It lias been Aften and well said, "are
nature's care." The is, perhaps, no
class ol the vegetable world so little un
derstood as thi^ "Grasses," says Pro
fessor Martyn,"vulgarly forms one single
idea, and a husbandman, when he is
"looking over his enclosure, does not
dream that there arc upwards of 300
species of gjass, of which 30 or 40 may I
be at present under his eye. They have ]
scarcely had a name besides the general [
one till within these 20 years; and the
few particular names which have been
given them are far from having obtained
general use, so that we may fairly as- j
pert that the knowledge of ibis most
common and useful tribe of plants is yet
in its infancy." i
Having heretofore noticed Clover,
Timothv, Orchard Grass, Mjllet, Bucket,
Wheat,'Ac., we shell now notice briefly
scape other kinds that have not yet come
into very general use with many of our j
Jlye Grass —Appears to have been cul- !
ii We tr p revious to the yeor 1077, he- ;
j.jdes which, red clover, spurrey, trefoil, :
A*c., wero the only plants then culti- !
vated as grasses and it is only of late j
years that any other species of the nat- |
oral grasse*» has been tried as a substi
tute for it, in forming artificial pastures,
There has been much difference of
opinion respecting tho merits and com
parative value of rye-grass. It produces
abundance of seed which is easily
"collected and readily vegetates on mo t
kinds of soil, under circumstances of dit- ,
ferent management. It soon arrivas at ;
perfection, and produces in its first year
of growth a good supplv of early herb
age which is much liked by cattle.
It may be sown either with or with
put clover or other grasses in July and
August, or in the spring, at the rate of
one"and a half to two bushels per aero,
pr when sown with clover about half #
this quantity will suffice. It is thought
• that rye-grass will stand long and severe
droughts, longer and better than most
any other grass in this country.
It is one ot the most prolific grasses
now used; often branching or stooling out
as high as 50 to 100 stalks or straws
from a single seed when and where it
|ias an oppoitunity to do so. . It is very
applicable to the middle States, and is
far north northern N. Y., where
ft has become quite a favorite with many
Herd's Grass .—This grass is set down
in the YVarburn table of experiments, on
the respective A alue of grass at a very
low figure; much too low we think under
favorable circumstances. We would
not advise any farmer to use this grass
his cultivated land, as it is too tena
cious in its hold, but in low springy, and
wetlands we believe it to be ppe of the
For The Diamond State.
hielt have bee
and to furnish a tender and valuable,
pasture. It may be sown either in July,
August, or early in the fall, with or
without Timothy or other grasses.
Milford, July 19.
—Sailing of the Hermann.
United States mail steamer Hermann,
Captain Higgins, sailed from New York
pn Saturday for Bremen via Southamp
She carried out $23*2,8$8 in spe
cie, and one hundred and sixty passen
—Action for Libel Against a Grand Jit
Judgo Culver, of the Superior Court,
Brooklyn, lms entered an action for libel,
against some of the members of tho Grind
Jury, which recently presented him and
his court as being guilty of a gross negli
gence and partiality. The Maine L
lies at the bottom of tho affair.
—A proclamation has been issued
by the Governor of Texas, ordering a
popular vote to be had at the ap
proaching election, for or against the
acceptance of tho provisions of the
Texas debt bill, passed by the last
YVhcre you can always be accommo
dated with clover and othor. seeds;
grain fans, plows, rakes, forks and al
most any kind of farming implements.
July 20th, S. D. Taylor.
_^£hedeceased was afflicted for BOV-j
eral months with ponsuniption, but
notwithstanding the prh ations caused j
hy this painful disease, ho bore
it patiently, knowing that the period )
would soon arrive when IK would ox- j
change thorn for a rich inheritance in
the kingdom of Heaven.
In tho death of him the communi- J
In this place, the SOtli uh., Mr.
Nelson R. Rickards, aged 53 years.
ty lias lost a worthy and much respect- 1
V, . . -r * n- i * t t
ed citizen ; a Wife, an affectionato hus
band, and children, a kind parent. |
In this place, on Friday morning, '
of Typhoid Fever, Mr. Asa Ilarring-1
MILFORD PRICE CURRENT
Wheat, white SI. 75. Rod, $ 1.75
Corn, yollow 871ots., white, 874fur 50 lb
Family Flour, at Milford and
Haven Mil^, per bbl.
Meal,«per bushel, at do Mills,
Prime white wheat at Milford Mills, 2.00
Hams, per lb. 12ial4
Shoulders, per lb. 10
Young Chickens, per pair. 25u30
Butter, per lb.. 25*
Eggs, per doz. 10
SUPERIOR SYRUP: Lemon
rine apple, Peach, Pour, Strawberry, Ncctorp
Apricot ke.., warranted good for sale by
Foulk & Sherwood, wholesale and rotail Drug
LINSEED Olb.-r-\ superior lot just
reccived and for sale at tho i;heap store of Sher
wcotl aud Foulk op7
Delaware Lands for Sale.
/g \ Ai ACRES of^giod arable land,
*iw:ra: V within two pules oftheflourish
ing town of Milford Delaware, divided
into two farms, containing 82 acres of
valuable cedar swamp; with a considera
ble quantity of other wood. The improve
ments are too good frame dwellings,
barns,stablings,out-houses &c &c. Thera
are three orchards on the tract bearing
fruit, a branch of the Mispilii
I emptying into the Delaware forms the
] back boundary ; apd the Del. R. R. runs
[ within a mile of the farm. Thetowy, of
Milford; the second in the state, will
turnisft all necessary laomticu tor
education, and Feligious privimgcs. The
j sybscribor will sell the whole tract, or
the front or the back farm. For partie
ulats apply to
i JOHN B. HOW, on the premises, or
to Rev. James C. How of St. George*
Delaware. July 20 3 mo.
j iS hereby given that 1 inti ad to quit
■ sthe trading business, amd will oiler
! for sale on the 11th of Ajigust, at the IJo
; tel of Manlove Adams, 1^
: about 2 or 3 hundred yards from the
! town of Bridge ville, it is a nice level
j piece of land with a boautiful crop of
| corn and potatoes growing on it which
I shall resetve at the sale, and also the
rights aw ay for the Railroad and a part
of the Depot, which does not »altere
an acre ol land, and will offer the lMi.se
and Lot on which 1 now reside and is
in good repair, Also 1 of my Horses, 2
, I crins —Lush for the Horse and Wa
; ons; and the Land to be paid for on tho
25th of December next, as 1 want to pay
my debts and get free Irom the world,
Call and see my property fi.ends, and
see if I can't sell it to you at private sale,
furnish all ncaessary f.icilitiqx fur trade
acre« of land
Bridgevilte, July 13, '55
WANTED ï I
ATTENTION SOLDIERS, AND
O THERS interested ! Highest price
Wc wi'l pay as high as you can get else
where. Particular attention paid to all
Warrants sent us by mail, and the money
remitted by return mail. Apply
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
Or JACOB Y. FOULK,
JGJtJrn FOR SUËÆfB
1VE FARMS in the Lower District
ol Caroline County, Md., varying
in size from 100 to 400 Acres, with
eral houses and lots.all
ment to schools, churches and
navigable water. Th ese arc
good situations, an
bqildings are mostly new and of the
best materials. For all desirable advan
tages, these situations are equalled by
few aqd surpassed by none between
Texas and Canada. These farms will
be sold far below present prices, and on
the most accommodating terms.
A. J. WILLIS.
Potter's Landing, July 6.-0w*
Dress and Cloak primming*
NO. 206 CHESTNUT STREET,
Rolow Eleventh, and
NO. 170 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
Below Spruce, Philadn.
E invito attention to our complote retail
•tincnt of •
PLUSII AND SILK BINDINGS,
Fringes, Buttons, and Staple Trimmings of our
importation and manufacture. ßfejJfOrdcrB
executed at a few hours notice.
J. O. MAXWELL & SON,
Opposite Tumlin's Hotel, Milford, Del., j
whore you will always find a large stock of
296* Chestnut St and 170 Swutn 2d St. Phil a
And all who use tho Plant in any way !!
SEGAR'AND TOBACCO STORE!
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC,
Of every Brand,
By the Thousand, Hundred or single,
Smoking aud Chewing TOBACCO,
Of every kind,
From 124 1o 75 cts. per lb.
%MUFF, Tubaooo Boxesj-'Finoy Pipes,
Cheap for cash or trade. juno22
THORN POINT HOUSE,
This old-established and well
open for visi
tors, and persons wishing
pure air and tlio good things of the
Bay, can ficre b.c surfeited. The proprietor
1 wHlVptiro n« i>«m» lo m»ko comrortablo nil
who mav favor him with a visit Sailing, nsii
" v ning ra „ b o cujoycl, u» there is
| plenty of game. His table will be well sup
' i '' nor "" n full f " ltl clark."
, r ,, . r
The subscriber respectfully informs the
! citizens of Milford that he has commenc
I ed the Butchering business in this place,
: and intends supplying the citizens with
fresh meat of all kinds,
Beef Jfyal, Matt oh Sc Famb
' Having a thorough knowledge of the bus-.
the public may is. ly on. having a
j g 00 d article, as none but the fattest ani
j ma j g w ;n Ge slaughtered. His shambles
25* are adjoining Eubanks & Lister's Store,
! y ou th Milford. june 8-tf.
! YVM. RICHARDS.
FRITZ, HENDRY & CO.
No. 29 North Third Street, PHI LA.
Morocco Manufacturers, Couriers «and
j Importers of French Calf Skins, and dca
lers in Rod and Oak Sole Leather Kipp,
I 9th, 1855.—1 y.
FANCY GOODS, AC.
Adjoining Foulk & Sherwood's
Drug Store, Milford, Del.
Repairing June in the best I
l warranted. Plain 1
and fancy engraving neatly
ted. Old gold and silver bought.
l "*rk, A
This is no Humbug.
•»lint Mrs. Chamberlain Sm» just retur
from Philadelphia, with a splendid assortment
of Bonnettfl, nnd-Millinery of aU' dtf^rffjtions,
together with elegant styles oft%|ss irtqunings
chiefs, Lace voile, Chctfffzett^
better than all,chen)>
»rfl Wliut is
than call be fcottght at
city retail pricos-r-now lndieit-coiiiB
amine for yourselves. '
epril 13th 05. .
Mrs. E. H. & E. Primrose's
bscribers having just returned
from Pliilad. with a well selected assort
ment of Millinery & Triinmi^rs, respect
fully inform tho citizens of Milford and
vicinity, that they have opened their New
Store in the building formerly occupied
by James JL Davis, on
doors below Tutnlin's Hotel, whore they
intend keeping constantly on band,a large
and handsome supply of Lace« Embroid
eries, Millinery &c. A share of the pub
lic patronage is solicited. np. 1,3th
YValnut St. two
Something IVew i n Jji U'ord !
MAHAN &, (SO.,
Mineral BIVffcD, Sarsapa
rilla, Oingeriua ÄV.,
Having located themselves in Milford,
take this method of in for mi d g the public
at largo that they arc propared to pll all
orders in their line at tlnfshortest notice.
Their mineral waters will be found equal
to any manufactured in the United States,
and will be furnished at city priées« As
it is their intention to do an exclusive
wholesale business, tho koepers of public
houses, and all other dealers, will find it
üj^ir advantage to favor thorn with
thc^^patronage* as the article will be de
livered at their doors with punctuality
and free of charge. _
and free charge. _
«EO. S. «RIEK,
Iron l oiiiKlcror A: llacliuiisl,
'; i ::' ' 1 v'.h. 1 r *
IB A t '181
for Saw or Grist Mills, or other purpo
Castings of all kinds, and Patterns
if required. Repairs done with cave and
dispatch. Improved Agricultural Impie
ments, all warranted.
Improved HOrse Powers.
,Three sizes, extra strong, for threshing
wheat or shelling corn. Small size, I
or 2 horses ; mediamsize, 4 horses ; large l
G nr 8 horses Reverse Wheat I
size, 6 or 8 horses. Reverse W neat
Threshers, three sizes, with close or o
pen Cylenders. «June 8, 'j 5.
FIRE! FIRE! ! FIRE!!!
Insure Your Property.
T HE following is the list of Agents
fully authorized to make Insurance
for the KENT CO., MUTUAL INSU
RANCE COMPANY, anywhere in the
YVm. C. Robertson,
John H. RoynoJds,
Geo. B. Dickson,
Jacob Y. Foulk,
George M. Davis,
John D. Rodney,
John A. Stephenson, Dover, Del., Gen
eral Traveling Agent,
Qcÿ»Pcrsons who wish their properly
Insured will meet with prompt attention
by noti%inc either of tlift above Agents.
Communications addressed (post-paid)
to the Secretary, Dover, Del., will be
promptly attended to.
1 GEO. B. DICKSON,
HEW LACE i
AND EMBROIDERY STORE.
T r subscriber has romovoJhis «tore to jty
No. 40 JV'. 8 th , St. y bcloi) Arch, /'/»/a.,
where he has just received and opened n large
and choice it&snriinent of Lac e«, Embroideries
White Goods, Dress Goods, Ribbons, Muslins
His friends and the publie generally are
requested to give him a call before purchasing
elijkvhere. Quick sales and small profits.
june.3®, 1854. JAS. W. 11 OS LA.
No 40 N. 8th slreot, below Arch, l'hila.
COTmiMMIOKFR FOU DHI.AWARK,
CHARLES M. NEAL.
Attorney at Law,
Proctor in Admiralily ,
Office 118A Walnut StrSouth side bob»'
vessel property, or i
i&r. connected with the admiralily, par
ticularlf attended to.
Procliicc CoiiiiniMsion Hier
C HANT S.—FLEMING & BRO.,
Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Lard,
Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, Nasi
40 South YVater Street, Philadelphia.
TO SHIP BUILDERS & OWNERS,
Of Milford, Frederica,
Smyrna, Milton, Lewes, and
all other places where vessels
WEVKIl & FLJIimiCK,
SAIL MAKERS, •
Near the Phil. YVil. &. Balt. R. It. Depot,
Oil. Just rccoiv
I MES' PURE Cod L
od a fresh supply of this pure and celobri
tqd Oil. FOULK. k SUER WOOD... Druggists.
„sw'!— - I
TITHY do nil the people
y\ Clothing Emporium I
Because tln/y have been so loi> ^bimbnita»! by
Jews and Gentiles.
the fact is. he hfK-tf
making clothes, that i
re lie is a judge of the
the quality of the g«»o
what the wnnjs of the people
clothing. It is a fact buyout! v
that Ip has coats brade for salc*4W
guarantee is superior in makç, Ju
that can bo made by man or
ford. Others may boast, but w stand
to compare with what has bee done,
iai.p d» well
hielt ho will
j any other
Wo keep n general assortit i It of tpe finest
Cloth C'onts, varying in prints rom $3.00 to
$20.00, of all colors, shades an) Publiions. Also
large variety of summer ■ |ats, of cloflt
oil, Italian, French and Am- Lean woolenf
every shape ami Mr.o to suit tin?
Checks, cotton, eicjpd every varie
ty to suit the shape and pocïT^Éf the custom
er, varying from 75 c
linen drilling and c
goods 'Unit the seu
» to$:'f9h. Vfjits of
Is a lid linen.
imers of (lie ber
—J^rieo from 75 c
All goods suitable for tire
•Hit every person. Hn bn j
tide of shirts, collars a I
will pel! cheap.
Persons calling for elf .no *
suit, he has I
with a bouse
■») ii' not any to
IlAc tlicnf mado
I rcadwer delivery in
so that he
to order imi
a few' days.
W. N. W- DORSEY.
N. B.—Ho also takes this
bis friends, tlmt lie continues
garments ns formerly fonnll ttatJ
nml for that reason ho lias tukeT-i
ship with him James W. Catts.lwho will «pay
strict attention to that departmtAt of tho bii»i
l will warrant und offend ngamat
wrinkles and rips,
W. N. YV. DOME Y CO.
New# for the Aflficted*
^ndersop's justly celebrated, .Bro
Analeptic—F«»r preserving, restoring thiejten
eningand beautifying tlie Hair;removingscurli;
iting baldness, fpp Hairs jett
ing disease of the ski«, scalp. Prepared only
EDWARD H. 4NDKRSON.
Milford Dd, (
Amongst tlm most distressing,femr/assing ftf
iliotion know'» to humanity, mtoLbe, embraced
those of baldness, the falling riPtof the Hair,
together with the various other ^-easeft of the
skin and sculp The design oLgio Analeptic
is to alienate and relieve all ttte^flertlons ro
ferroti too, ns also all others ii _u^ udred char
acter. The preparation has *
excellent rumedy in
and also very efficacious in healing fresh
bruises, burns &c. The proprietor desi
iy a candid and impartial triLl |»C the Analep
tic, convinoed d
claims still farther to public
Those persons, ro desiring, cfn
rates from a large number of iAuviduals
dents of this place by calling propri
For Bale by the proprietor wlj^lcsalu and
tail—Price per bottle 25 cts.
Agents wanted in every
throughout. th® Stato.
made to agents.
ifp. been found
ill establish it^
if tty* nml
A liljWl iliicouut
CJBBPITORS OF SUSSEX CO.,
ATI'II VI) ! !
•1 j ■/ ' curt
House, at CloorgctowM, ou
"Rosulvod by the Levy GunHtiiiid Court ol
Appeal, that Nathaniel Ilmsiy, N oh ein i ah
Dorman. John Bennett, Robert F. B»rr, and
JoHcph II. Dodd bo, und they lire hereby ap
pointed a committee to çxamine. the condition
of the finance» of Sussex county, and the con
,ütion of tlio finances of the Alias .Ilouss of
said county, and ascertain and Report at the
l next March session of said Court, the indebt
odnesa-of tho said county and Auue Höuso, to
wltIl tl llst of all debts «ttoapd unpaid
g ü|0 saW county liu d ghus b* usc respect
"Resolved, That the Countyjmd Toor Trea
surers rospeetivoly, Im required to furnish tho
saiil committee with such stut.-iflonts ns may
state of the
id Levy Court and
or. county, hold at
. -thwr ITth day of
nary to ascertain tlitrr
nml indebtedness i>f s
And at a mooting of
Court of Appeal .of Sn».'
Georgetown, on Saturday
tho folio win
onteti, vi* :
*• Resolved, That nil pwv
î them fr
standing claims duo and ow
flic county of Sussex, aud from tho p
establishment of paid comity, are hereby noti
fied and requested to bring the ?a»o forward,
and file a statement thereof with tho Clerk of
of said county, on or before the first
day of Juno next, and that the raid Clerk of
this Resolution to be publish-'
' t MilfortFBca
the l'cftfo o
cd in "Tho Diamond State
" fur two months
Attest, HENRY HICKMAN, Chair
The above named committee net by appoint,
and adjournment, at thfl. Court House, ip
county*, on Wednesday', t*e 13th day of
June, inst,, for U»e purporoi-nf receiving the
statement and list of debts,v&c-, directed Jo bo
filed with the Clerk of the Pcae^ ns aforesaid,
but no notice having-been published, and no
statement of the debts having I con filed, tho
committee order and direct Clerk ot the
Peace to give notice, ns
court of said ôountÿ, to ....
county and of said alms boa
file a statement of thoiy said
Clerk of tho Pe
1L r *l*lr2' '
d in handbill form.'
Monday the 13/A day cf f
tlio I'cnoo of snid county, no 1. , tiiy ;n:>I !
rexuost nil perrons liaeinp on' *n line cUinis 1
dus snd owing to them, from Ihr c-.mij oiSns-'j
hi coimlv" 1 tuhrlns'tho '' r.".»,fni-Vl"mnt ;
file nstntcment ,w„fwi .■ - r i-.
M.indny, iho 13th day tr .Vie' t ■ ■ ;
Georgetown, June Z2-18a ■
'Gcntleuon — I received
iur note on the 1st inst.. m answer—b>
mine of the 17th of Juno, £ud yeRtufdÄJ
tho package containing thf f ix vials of
your "Diarrhoea Mixture," all in good or
der, for which I am truly thankful to you.
I consider this remedy of yours tho very
l>csb preventive and euro ffv^C'itolera Mor
bus, Dypscnterjr,* ChdeTA'^ind tho like
disease, that I have ever t*ef»ift my fami
ly. YVe have used it iu s>\ml oceasious
rer without reeemng èknost iustan
tuniauB relief—I will rise (fiothiug; else in
my family for the diseases foir whieh yon
recommend it. I wish yor would ostab
lieh on agency for the It in Pu
Y °"gEO P wf Jokes', of Iawa.
Sherwood S, Foulk, ngn.nf for Milford,
Del., bÿ whom all of Ileum tf ; Mclicinea
«C» Va* anlA nt thfl Uwint itifcc
Fetter From * W^rnkingf on.
Surate Chamber , Warrington» )
I). C., July of. S
Messrs. Bennett & Bro,
UENCH, English and American Pt rtuwary
A fresh iotjus
uivld at U>3 Dr
IP Eli la de) pi* in.
Who lias Ihr Dyspepsia,
I' iver Coinpl in-, Few awl vfcu*. lit any !
I -* J pd ,er disease arising from n foul, J JisorJcr j
1 ml stomach ' The celebrated Vegetable in- J
viKomtor will be toyon an invaluable xn®dioinc, ;
Call and rend the certificate» at my Otitae, and ■
be sniiflied that y.ou can be cured.
Who Im» n Cold and Cangh ? DR. TJ'IXzH'S
RESTORATIVE almost invariably cure» them.
Unir is falling off? Use DRESS
LEU'S HAIR RESTORATIVE, it is equal to
the best i
The subscriber is general agest for Dr.
ZITCH'S RESTORATIVE, PjïIN (TÎIlEIt I
C ROUP SLAV E, and ORJKN TA L OINTM EN T,
for sore Nipples, Hard Brests &c. &c., wholesale
Prices»—Tito Invigorator, Restorative and
each. Hair restora
. 2f> cents each.
F. J. DRKSSLER,
Oriental Ointment, ftU.cen
p slave and pai
Tin: CHEAP CASH
Book and Stationery Store.
North-Wont cor. of Sixth anti Arch Sts.,
1 ) 11ILADELPHIA. G reut bnrgai
Poetical, Juvonilc, Miscellaneous, Stand
ard and presentation Books, very cheap. Sta
ple ami fancy stationery, superior Whittrruled
letter paper, §1.50 per ream, Letter ant
Envelopes in gredtvariety. Weddings furnish
ed at very moderate ruto*. Cards written and
engraved', Gîllotfs and othêr steel pen», supe
rior motto Wafer (J, Ä2» mottoes on a sheet, for
&o. Fine Turkey Mo»
With a Tory large and choice assortment,
of Toy Books, Games, Dissected Pictures, &c.
Albums, Scrum Books and Engravings,
np 27 1^. P. THOMSON.
Furniture ! Furniture ! !
H. F. HOOVER, respectfully informs his
customers of Milford and the people guucrjtUy
of Kent and Sussex Counties, in want of Fur
niture« that they will find it greatly to their
advantage to purchase »t bis Warehouse, where
they wifi find a large stock of the most modern
styles to select from. The subscribers begs to
ing his materials for cash and having no Ap
prentices, but employing tho best of workmen
enables him to otter great inducements to those
in want of really good Furniture at low prices,
as he much prefers tho "nimble sixpence to the
slow shilling." All goods bong'.
rill be warranted, and if intended for
the Country will be packed with care nud de
spatch. H. F. HOOVER,
No. 12C South Second Street, below Dock,
west side. April 27th 1855 (lino.
Register'8 Offloe, )
Dover , Kent Co.. May 22 d, 1854. /
U PON tho application of John P. Em
erson and John S. Kersey, Ececutors
of John D. A nderson, late of Murderkilt
Hundred, in said County, deceased, it is
ordered and directed by the Register, that
the stid Executors give notice of the
granting of Letters Testimentary upon tho
estate of the said dcccasod, by causing ad
vertisements to be posted within forty days
from tho date of such letters, in six of the
most public places in tho County of Kent,
requiring «all persons bavins demands
against the estate, to presont tho same,
abide by an Act of Assembly in such case
RatfoantTpfoviUecF." " À n3 also "cause'tfeo
to be inserted in the Delaware State
Reporter, a newspaper published in Do
ver, Delaware, and in the Milford Bea
con, a newspaper published in Milford
Delaware, and continue therein eight
ytiii . Given under the hand and
mm seal of office of the Regisier
at . D°ver, Kent t
County aforesaid, the day and
yearabovo written. .
R. W. REYNOLDS, Register,
NOTICE.—The undersigned John P. |
Emerson and Johns. Kersey, named
above, hereby given notice, that Letters
,v„ r n omnfprl tn them on
Testamentary were granted to tnem on
the twenty-second day of May, JöüO ;
all persons, therefore, having demands
against the deceased estate, will present
the same, properly attested, on or before
Hip twentv-second dav of May, 1856, or
the twentv seconaaay Ol luuy, ,
abide l\V law in this behalf.
JOHN P. EMERSON,
JOHN S. KERSEY,
Agricultural Warehouse and
A To 10 Orange St., between Second and
Front, Wilmington, Bel.
HE subscriber manufactures and
keens constantly on hand a good as
sortment of Moor's Patent FLOWS, of
all sizes, which he will furnish to far*
and dealer on as good terras as any
other establishment; and would here say,
these Prows are fast supersediug all
others, as they are right of draft and.
' n, y to man "S e l»y 'h® plowman, They j
received thcj.remi.»t. at the Peimsylva
tv Agiicltural Society, held «t Witmimr
Zn, and at. number of other Pair.
! throughou) the oodtilry
1 The subscribers is also Agent fur At
kins AUTOMATON or SELP-M AlvINfî
; REAPER AND MOWER, which has
attracted more attention within the las
; two years tlmn any other Reaper ,,mi
Lower in use. This is attributable to tho i
ingenuity of the apparatus for operating '
the Raker—the life-like movement ol
the Rake—the effectual manner in which
its work is perlor.nad, and tlw general J
simplicity and durability of the whole
machine. Pi ice at Chicago $189.
Also, a good selection of Garden,
Flower and other SFED of the best
quality, which is warranted fresh and j
genuine, put uj*3nd furnished on reason- j
All orders for Implements or Seed
sent by mail, promply attended to.
Person* wanting Implements or Seed |
w ff| please give us« call before purchas
He manufactures and sells YN T ren%» !
. Patent Corn Planters. Call at, G, I).
1 Taylor's Store—he is Agent for Milford, j
! GEO. CI1URNSIDE,
j No. 10 Orange at., between Second & 1
| Front, Wilmiogton, Del. ap. 20-Sm.
''»inting. Tapcriliff ami
gT LA/ NO, wtll.bo jlono w.tü d6.Mtch,
« :1 " d •« »workmanlike manner, fjy the
subscriber, who has oèmo to Milford to cs- ,
tahlish himself iu the above business. Hi» |
shop is next door to Halls Srorc, South'
Milford. G. YY' K. GßHfiEN.
Nt Ilford, inly T-t «
! TTF.RNlA OR RIJl'TÜSÊ .-BfCKSSFULLV
j | TREATED,nml comfort insured, by h-v
J of the elegant French Trusses, imported .by
; the subscriber, nml made to order expressly
* " n, '
clc usually sold-. An extensive nsgoitmcnt
always on hand, adopted to every variety of
- npturo jnajufta and children, mid fm mi/ a nt
„ I* n **- , ( ' UH * uf r *1"#!®
, *2, 3, 4 ,and 50; Double, 4, Û, 9, H.
AM suffering with Ruptnre
iug extreme lighi
to learn thaftuhe oceSsiot
a Trues rrmbini
lia vo p jIViiss sent
by leiuittiug the amount, sew
. pi V,' ,n ,
i. u. • l j ""
ii to ubidi.
, Hosiery, Imported Muslins & Fancy
ce | 5 '
Port Monnaie», Pocket Bj 'ks, Bmk n CV j
Ses. Note Holders, Port Folios, Portable Desk«,
Dressmg Cases, Work Boxes. Calms. 1 ravein.'
Bags, Backgammon Boards, Chow Men, PodJ i
Memorandum Books, Cie»r C»»es,&.«
Alsoa general assortment of English, Frrurli '
ouud I ho Dips,
For Sale YY'bolesnlo
ul Retail by the Im
CALEB H. NEEDLES,
S. W. cor of Twelfth ^ Rare St»., PltftyideljJi
Depot glbr Dr.Bannings Improved P.o*
Body Brace, Cliett Expander;
Bondages; Spinal Prop»
Rooms with competent Indy
lder Braces; Susp*-'
i,l Siipiwn., C
,\nw »P!iiv«; (.'««n«.
At Wnrbnrton's Cheap Sttkri
found n splendid and cheap V
replenished from New York u
snitnhla for the trade, wli
the must advaniagro
Second Dry Good »
April 43th, 1855
In all the
ish and please.
it tell cannot ft
In the choice»! pattern of English, French
nu be fun ml in tli
Millinery Goods cut at wholosalo prj
rill be oilh
lOojj South S
F. IT. SMITH.
PORT nONNAIlfi POCKStT IKMVK
DRESSING CASK MANUFACTURER
. of Fourth & dies
hand a large and varied .
A I ways
PoaUet Cutlery, Rnznrsi, Razor Sir.
d Gold pens. Wholesale, Second a
Floor» F. II. SMI I'fl.
N. B.—On the
•i i be sont
by Mail ;—describing p
r, '' 1 !
HEY. L. L. LAHGSTROTII'S
. Fourth & Chestnut bn. Philn.
ipt «fl, a bupariru
of tho l
Patent Movable Comb Bee Jïin, ■
: m ;
r presented io tlje ptibfi
of its advantages «ver nil others arc, ii
(spearately) honey i
examined nud replaced in five
impunity, without injury ; the pr
of the honey
' bees can be talc
d bees a»
ment; the greatest possible aeeuriiy
the moil.; stack, nuihiidied »t|.ig« u r.| ,
fact, this hive possesses the advantag'*» qI dII j
"1.1 . »"h JJjJ rl j rl j |lir|y î
t j ie j liv
tl0n # of them. Bee keepe
only i^urfect hive in existence. Langst 1 1 nil's !
| W ork on tho Bee sent by mail on the n mqpl o''
$1 25: Individual rights |5: Township ami
county rights sold low: Hives htfrem^lmS»
Ou receipt of $,12, Hive right nml book will hu
PHINEAS J MAHAN,
; jt v \ary, Centreviile, South Camden. N J; !
Business address, J 86 Chesimt st., Willi«:
rj-I will receive proposals for the supp'y |
of any number of swarms,in swarming: sensnn; j
1 wil1 fin<l tho ,livos ®»' l deliver th-.u at i:.y
orn „ landing> in Delaware, irom whence the !
contractor will receive and return them: <' i»h !
paid on duliYery: Address promptly »» rime
muyis. 2m P M '
-- ~ " :
FILES RASPS. ;
NEW STREET FILE WORK«,
The subscriber is constantly Manu the
for WHOLES A LK & HE
e, Files & I
d having b
N „ 0 , NKW Si., (beta
o„h, & Sot.
raivnwv « .'/i
J. (i, DuUtViM oj VU..
j Smecors to
JOtl.V 11. AI1AUM,
tl in tho business inn
guarrantce lii» work
cftii ha vo !
Manujaeturers and Mechnwi
ir OLD FILES RE CUT *vn MADE |
half t&o original cost.
J. B. SMITH.
Raou ^ Vine U I
' n ' m- i , ■
. ... r
Tin n^d fheet Iron Ware
Keeping Furnishing Hoods, at
Ksll '. l , 1I1 el, l'i-icevsÄ
* , nunivs*
i July 28-ly uV
' Y\ r i 1 m in g ton, Del»_Y VM. U. u inn! , '>
B* S. R. IfilJTUSKy
* he a leu tv
J Newspapers, Magazines, Cheap Publico
fions, Stationary, Sec.
No. 114 MARKET STREET,
s u b fC Hp
uennii'n & cn«'
! Hl.Mv J J. IMiAUiV. ).',
I). \\ alchf8, Jewelry ÄJU1 ^.Ivcr^-rP,
j j:r. Che.-mut »»»eect. oppn
• i wW. _PhHa ttulpith
& 1 ^^ 1 , éi «'«>■,
fr PRODUCE AND*
the «SOUTH tV tl ARVE»
cs- , Do ..>\ju i n »v uak .
| Feb. 10, '5»>-tf. 1 III LA DF.F/PU f \.
^ „'B RKC'EIVF.D nm
f ) r,»« White Lead, whieh
crived f-»r any of tin* pwpul
I ^DR OLD IRON, cast or wrought*,, a
• the Haven Mills, bv
GKO S. GR.I ER
Msiimii 1 ! W.
I G1I.K A
•it the lowest p
AIR LINE R. Ri MEETING
Opening of the Books
At à meeting of the Commissioners*
appointed .by 4ho second section of the
act entitled An Act to amend the act
entitled ' An Act to incorporate the
Lewes and Milk-borough Railroad Com
pany,"* held at the Court House in
Georgetown, Sussex county, Delaware,
° n Tu " d »y ,hc «jwi ty of Ju| y> 18 * 5 >
pursuant to a call tor that purpose : Uu
motion ot C. S. LavtOQ. Esq., the Hon.
John YV . HoUsTON was called to the
chair, and Na#aniel Y\ r . Hickman, Esq.,
appoinle( , Secretary.
j On motion of Caleb S. Layton, Esq.,
I Resolved, That (he said commissioners
j will meet at*Georgetown, in the Court
, House, on Tuesday the 31st day of July
I inst., at 12 o'clock, M., for the purpose
of opening books, which will thencefor
ward continue open to receive snbscrip
tions to the capital Rtock of said
pany, pursuant to the charter ot said
company : ajso, that the said commis
two, or more of them will
t, for the purpose aforesaid, at the
'im.es and- places following, viz: At
Lewes, on Saturday» the 4ih day of Au
i gust next, nt 12 o'clock, M-. at the hotel
I 0 f Hudson Burr : At Frankfort, at Lang's
I hotel, on Thursday, the 9th of August
j next, at 12 o'clock, M.: At Peter K.
Burton's stoif, in Indian River Hundred,
Ion Saturtlav the lltli »lay of August
! next, at 12 o'clock, M.; At Millsborough
I at Stockley's hotel, on Saturday tfie 18th
dav of August next, at 12 o'clock, M.;
j At Milton, at Muller s hotel, on Saturday
the 25th day of August next, at 12
o'clock, AL; i\t Me Cabo's store, in Bil
timoré Hundred, t»n Thursday the 30lh
day of Augu-t next, nt 12 o'clock, M.;
At Milford, at Tumlin's hotel, on Satur
day the 1st day of September next, at
12 o'clock, M- On motion
Resolved, That the Secretary of this
meeting be requested to procure a suitable
book in which to record the proceedings
of the said commissioners ; and also,
suitable bool;» to record subscriptions tq
said capital stock. On motion
Resolved , That the friends of this
railroad, and of the " Air Line," be and
j t |my are hereby most respectfully and
earne **tlV requested to attend said meet
i ^ to , ^hscr.be liberally to sa.d
capitrl stock ot said company. Un mo
I Resolved, That the proceedings of this
meeting, and of the aforesaid notice of
opening books to receive subscription?,
be published for six consecutive weeks
in the Diamond Slate and Milford Bea
! con, a newspaper published i
in this State; and in the Worcester
Shield, a newspaper published at Snow
Hill, in the State ot Maryland, and that
gbontGi^AountY- and such
: )pd tly
Wilt ' H ......
advi^l'le. Oil motion the meeting then
orfjourfied to meet n. afnre.aid on Turs
Hay the 31-t in't. The meeting, alorc
naiH will be n.IHresaeH by the Hon. John
\V. Houston, lion. C. S. Layton and
VV . Houston, Chairman.
Attmt.—N W. H.CKHAN S.c'y.
Georgetown, July 10, 1835. Gw
CJ1 SB MUSIC J1XD PIANO STQRHl
Of Horace Water*,
No 333 Broiulwny, New York.
Opposition to Xonoponj-—Music at great
y y R-dncM Rates.—I 'o t with -tu n-liag the
\ À condünation of music doalers «olJeep up
||, e prices ol noji-^opyrigbt music, agarqst.the
ivfkresis of nmive c«i»p«sors, ami their rslusa|
ln extend to Mr. Watsbb the coartesies of the
trade, lie i» making immense sales; having
abundant evidence that he l.a» public counte
pnnee and support in his opposition
( ; ren t Alonopoly, and in lus efloiis
Ia | ent( an d to adopt tho notional currency. His
8 .ock of American and European music is im
mcn ce, and the catalogue of his publico lions is
' one of the largest and best »electe-l in the Uni*
: tpil Staten. He tin? also made a great red
; ind.e price or PtABW. Melodet
d $22fs interior of
uts of all kinds,
s for 175
i octave I
' us good quality,
durante as those which c
iety of sty/e and price lip
of ten di lieront
d modern improved
nud tho first preiuiiiiu
Gilbert ft Cn'a make,
patent) ; second hand
I compiling tin»
' among them the celebrt
so Water»' Piai
! .¥>lian Piano» of J
' tlm Æoli
dO to $15
I including «he
ineiodeons. tiumd tlw equal >ot
best make Tn the United S
! 100,1 15» 125
five difit!rent maraufitotories^
II known S. D.«tH. W.Smjth'a
4 i, <Sl>.
5, ami $150. ?
$•200. Each I'ii
The boat terms i
' »ohooU, &c» li J per i <
anti chunhe*. AM t>r»t
GIÎKAT HEDUCTION IN rUIÇES OF
„ P «, , WI ,
I cheap Mb
tlu „ lo ^ k>!
nil par... et
1 ntvl «Sie.
i .. i
BOOTS AVI) SISBfFS.
. DUNBAR. Pc=. ou, t Skr« M
all, whether o Id oi
tirubssers, nt Ins ohl,
.«t- Phi tm
r.'s Alloy, where be is d
heretofore— »» cheap
ml, 70 «
old re-peofully cajl utl'iii
<g li-t r|
, of every style ami
• Gents* calf-kin
Ml Boot«, htc.
: B-Otts. fv>rn v '■
Gwlter Boots (
to yetting up Boys',,
ns Plain and Fa
Par tien I a
I.YVith», ü/iisék und Child
i Bo JJ ? ' ( J**","' *** ' &f
! Uill the'fuil worth of you.
you. will be
it. IF* Cliffoa A Son.
Men and Boy's- Cloth ing Store.
of Srt:.'.nd « i l Dock St.
I To th« AitHbrtl De!.,
Y -« a
I ly invited
ei.t of Men'«
y» br.- found H full supply of
! Heady Ma le id
y man and bey? i
y experienced vr
b«-Kt taaniial. t!;a r
ml of +
d £>oelt St*
H I> ri.lFi'ON k $l)K
aj.r.l 13th 55
rnirr ql >**.
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