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J: Siiabp Simo*|P>.JSA party o
; : gentlemen of odp$wr#{lxMit on tl
SÄ,«. "» 'lay's sliootin*," Went otp"
'UgL squirrels on Wednesday Tlieÿ
«K rvore.particularlyWffley,nsthi y lirouglit
Sr home fifty-site; wliîéli madj'nhe largest,
Mr stack of squirrel# J»
t One of
. five minjiteS
■ «foliotas*.:
kl
i ft
pvr every seen,
cd tli ree in about
'«other shot four off
pile attracted some
time.
«> TO Death.—A little child,
ft- yes :•« old, son of Mr. Eze
fonca, in Marshyhopc, near
s scalded to
Pain saw mill,
t oh Monday week last, The fatli
Éinpged id making brandy, and
îîfild, whilst playing about, pulled
spigot from the still tub, and the
f Boiling water striking it in the breast,
W ou-used death in about ten hours after
w;S*-ds. The burn Was not larger than
Gift's hand, but apparently over the
helft; which accounts for its fatality.
m
Large Apple.—J. E, Ellegood,
Esq.jL M. at Laurel, has in his office ;
an apnjftflthat weighs one pound and '
five ounces. It was grown by Capt. E.
Pennell,
IiAUNdilH
for M m d ,
Torrent was launclfèd at Potter's Lan
ding, W Wednesday of last week.
: 11 - .*/.—A new schooner, built
s.^iltnan vNuttle and Thos. i
JJPF who wants?
Vfho wants to sell or buy a good ar
ticle of any kind ? Those who do
should always call at Taylor's to ob
tain or dispose of such goods and trade,
as4ie always buys and sells according
to quality and the true value of the
article offered.
FOR SALE.
A young HORSE, well broken, and
terms apply at
oct 6 2 w.
tÆ.
a yoke of good OXEN. F
t^s office.
MARKETS.
1'hiiadklpjiia, Oct. 4.
AYhçat @ Lt)5 for prime white; Corn
near#* at 01 ' ÿts.; Oats in fair demand
nt 41 cts.
1 , . 71% York, Oct. 3.
Wheat is dull aiHL4oAvcr; sales 40,
OOQ bu. at $11 80 a 1 90 lor Southern
Red, and 9f à 2 01 for White.—
Corn firm—sales 3ü,000/1)u^ at 86 a
87e. for mixed, and $1 0(M\>r White
Southern. Rye drooping— 7Ç00 bu.
>42 a
1 18; Oats
sold at $114
44c for State, and 45 a 46c for
tern.
^Wcs
MILFORD PRICE CURRENT.
Wheat,white $1.65al.75. Red $1.50al.62
Corn, yellow 83cts., white, 81 'for 56 lb
Family Flour, at Milford a,nd
Haven Mills, per bb].
Meal, per bushel,'cit do'M?Hs,
Prime white whoqt at Milfoçd Mills, 2.00
Hams, per lb. ^
Shoulders, per lb.
Y'oung Chicken^per pair.
Butter, per lb.
;s.:
9.50
00
■m
15
14,
25a38
20 to 25
! !
Eggs, per do
-
UNIFORMITY
Ilqnnlitÿ to all.'
O? PRICES II A NEW FEATURE IN BUSI
-Ever j
iONEK k CO, of the Crescent ONE PRICE
CUmilNG fi TORE, No. 200 IHiKket Street
6t1r. In addition to having tfio largest,
d *ud fashionable stock of Clothing
Philadcljiriu, made KXi>nK 9 SLT for iiktail
, hnvp constituted every
Sale.Mtmn, by having marked in Flot
«ach article, the \®ry lowest prieo it can be
sold for, so they cannot possibly vary—all must
'■ buy alike.
, The goods are ell well sponged and prepar
ed, and great pains taken with the making, so
that all can buy wi'h tho full assurance of get
ting a good article at tho very lowest price.
Remember thé CRESCENT, in Market,above
R.
• N
salesman,
hi
'ôUtMfifty.'' 11 ":
JOM« & CO
MARRIED. •
In ttm^nvn,
Wm. L.^Gray, Mr. JOSEPH R. PRETTYMAN
to MÎHsgpLIZA J. LEKITE.
With the above jiotieo we received a gold
"shiner," whfi&js something always needed
nnd seldom vofm^Kf The happy twain have
best wivhes fordllcng life of unalloyed hnppi
and prosperity.
In Phila lel^thia, Aug. 29th, at the Union
itu^iiy Rev. \V. KJnnoy, Oliver Wolcott to
Ennâa Tomlinson, both of Dover, Del.
In Philadelphia, on the morning of tho 80th
ult, by the Rav. M. D- Kurtz, Mr. John Rob
e.rjfi to Miss Nancy McCabe all of Su»
Del.
the f)th of August, by Rev.
I
Obituary.
Died, of Typhoid fever, at 9 o'clock, on Fri
day evening, Sept. 21st, 1856, at thcreaidonoi
of his lather, in Sussex County, Delaware,
John Henry Mathews, Esquire, aged 29 yours,
4 months nud 26 days.
Every .day's experience attests the truth of
Redeemer, that "it is appointed un
die;** and almost every moment tho
H$feiiing falls up
in death." The arrows of
midst, plucking
the choicest gems of society, regardless of
youth or worth, evidencing
i^the Divi
V^ricnM-i
, "in tho
midst of life
flying i
the fact that
a shadow, and
•i -
there is none ÄbMing."
But a few slumt months, and tho deceased
•riodto an UiteUigoiU and lovely young
woman, the lady onkw choice. Rich in each
other's affections, thorriookeil forward to a
Rfe of many and happy year?, but, alas !
the destroyer came—too B<iuu did tho horizon
of their bright hopes becloud, aud all their
happy prospects vanish I Ou^to bo deposited
iil confides of tho ctihl aud silent
gravo, the other to be made a monument of
grief, Li this afflicting bereuvomotttfthe hoart
äp'tokon partner'of biä'bösom, his jiwents and
frioäds Uavo
but, though they
flyer the premature death of one bo dear to
their hearts, they "sorrow notas those without
hope." Though he was not a member of any
religious sect, nor a professor of religion at
of his attack, which proved fatal, yet,
the day before his soul took its Hi
in the
irreparable loss ;
•ly called
"To that refulgent world, whereBhall swim
In liquid light, and float on seasJff bliss,"
lie gave evidonce of t^ie "Uopjiriliat was within
him." Without a murmur .Jr a struggle ho
gently fell asleep. May ope; last moments bo
like unto his
How appropriate
of tffe poet are:
•Li
ra shadow thrown
ly from a passing cloud,
SojftÉj
Indipendest.
Rile
* l'iti
■■UVAL OF
■bis GQppSt.JBÏ
IIH mibaitï^HsffiPtag just rotffiiBil fronr
l'hi 1 il, 1 |i}lfn Rlfflt'IialtinioJ' with a gêner
ni nasortmeiifc of
SE A 8 i
T
off
hand and for sale
taken
*Whon rain falls during the night, it is reck
and tffkefe. the dato of the day preceding
_ ,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
consisting in part /of Dry Goods, Groceries,
.Hardware and Cutlery, Boots and Shoos, Hats
and Caps, Onrpcting; Cheese, country Bacon,
Mackerel and Herring, &c., &c., all
of which I will sell very cheap for cash
Eze
near
to
country produce.
Bridge ville, -oct. ö, 'Q 6 .
WM. CANNON.
7
IIE subscriber has
600 bushels of coarse SALE, at 56 cents
per bushel.
T
and
the
the
HJm. Cannon, Bridge ville.
I AA BARUEI& of New Mackerel and I^pr
J[ rings for sale very cheap by
Bridgcville, oct. 5, '55. Wm. Cannon.
WEATHER TABLE,
>ni
Showing the variations
ho mercury nt
three different hours of the d%£ the amount
or f|Uiinti{y of rain* that fell, &c., for the
I week emlitig this (Friday) morning,
j and kept by S. D. TAYLOR.
; Dayïj h
; "28
and '
E.
• I 1
't:
I
ÜÜ
20
44
76
frost.
1 . 0-10
2-10
80
80
CO
71
78
(M
08
08
■V
fill
05
4
i *
04
G 1
06
oneu an
the sauio.
A LIST OF LETTERS,
ar
do
ob
Remaining in this P.Office, Sep. 30/55
B—Thomas S Basher, Miter Boley.
C—Mrs Margaret A Collins, William
Clarke, Esq, Chester Ann Clarkson'
Catharine Davis, Emmier Da
vis, Nathaniel Periekson, Mr Thomas H
Dorman, Miss Sullie W Draper. Mr James
Deputy I Mr A Deapuuoer, Mi
Davis, Capt David Darbory
F —Henry Fisher, Miss Amelia Fergu
son, Mr Charles E Fenn.
G —Mrs Ann Graham, Mr. Robert
Griffith.
II—Mr Wm Hamelton, Messrs A & II
Hunt, Mr John Harper, John B Ilough,
Millium M /lizard
J—George F Jarrel, Purnell Johuson,
John K Jester.
K—Miss Hatty Kollock.
L—John Latyr, Wilson Lynch*
M—John F Mach, Mrs Orpha Milrnan,
Jehu McDaniel, Mrs Margaret /fall,Luth
er T Moore, Matthew Man love.
P—Solomon Palmer, Win H Postlcs,
Anna Prettym
R—Elmira "Redden, J Reed.
S— Miss Agnes B Sapp, John /^Sat
terfield.
W—Stephen Warren, Mary Ward, Isaac
West. W N W DORSEY, P. M.
D—Mi
Mollic O
at
a
a
Wm Pastor.
•ening at 6
Tho mail will dose every
o'clock, exeept Sundays and Saturdays,
[uo mail leaves this office on Saturday],
The office will open one hour on Sunday
morning, from 7J to 8 £, and in the after
noon fur a. half hour, from 1 ^ to 2 o'clock:
W. N. W. D.
lb
Oct 5
Sussex County Licences.
HE following: is a List of Licenses
issued by WM. HITCH, Clerk of
the Peace of Sussex County, from the
first Monday in October, A. D., 1854, to
the first Monday in October, 1855, as
follows j
15
T
14,
!
Store Licenses.
$\ 66
Philip Sewald,
William D. Mason,
Joshna Pretty
Wolfe if Waples,
John S. Bacon & Co,,
Vaughn Sf Hopkins,
Whitefield Daughters,
John Layton,
Stephen H. Walls,
Lacy & Brother,
Adams & VVwlfe.
Conaway &, James,
James C. Windsor,
Robt. & John Rodney,
Ebe Townsend,
Elijah Lynch,
Levin Sockom,
Ppilip Sewaid, 6 m,
Wise & Short,
C. A. P. H. Rawlins,
George R. Long 4' Co.,
Lot Rawlins,
Nathaniel Tunnell,
Nathaniel Horsey,
J. M. Sf Win. S. Philips,
Benjamin F. Wapels,
Benjamin F. Wapels,
William P. Orr,
h E. Hitehins,
Thomas T. Joseph,
William II. Hazzard,
Wolf & Wapels,
Tovnsend & Williams,
William S- Hall,
James F. Holt,
Win. Horsey & Brother,
Peter R. Burton,
John T. L
Charles Manship,
William II. Betts,
John H. Benson,
William B. Cannon,
Aaron Marshall,
Canav/ay Sf Jones,
Ponder & Son,
John Tinley,
Louder N. Hern,
George F. Warren,
Nutter G. Wootten,
J. C. &. E. Townsend,
Isaac McCabe,
Milby A* Willey,
Robert II. Carey,
William Prettyman,
Caleb R, P&ynteT,
Henry Hudson, ' $
Lazarus Turner,
John H. Matthews,
Phillips & Saunders,
Horsey & Moore,
John S. Bacon & Go.,
Benjamin Fooks & Spn ;
Thomas H. Burgett^^*^'
Aaron N. Gorily,,
William A. Mi1I¥, !
John Ellegood.' *
R. M. £ç J. Rodnoyr ^
Thomas &. Brothers,
Robert T. Rtggin & Son
Nathaniel Hurn,
J. C. Windsor & Co.,
I tlii
1 66
4 38
4 10
2 92
i -Hi
I 25
1 03
1 25
1 03
1 03
63
2 50
2 50
1 2 fi
8 25
4 50
l 25
3 60
2 50
20 00
2 50
4 50
2 50
2 50
2 50 I
5 00 J
III!
II
2 50
2 50
10 00
2 50
2 50
4 0
G 25J
2
2 50
2 50
3 4
2 6
:: 7
G 21
2 50
2 50
2 50
3 75
2 50
2 so
5 00
A 3 00
K
S 50
f5, 00
' 9 50
8 25
8 75
10 00
7 50
v 2 50
Mr
f **
7
2 50
2 60
2 50
3 00
2 50
2 50
.
Itav
2 50
Johi
0 25
,,
V
J.
G 25
5 00
2 50
11 2 G
12 50
J
Loi
NehtHhian Twnfnn,
Eljaha-lSpaifö
Thomas Daizÿ.
Hicks D. Hooper,
Matthew C. Wilson,
Ananias R. Tingle,
Louder Hammond,
Ebe Townsend,
J. A. Wilgus,
Jown M. Rawlins,
Gray & Bennett,
Henry Hickman,
James Carpenter,
William B. Morris,
Nath'l W. Hickman & Co #
Henry Wolfe,
Charles M. Marshall,
Tilghman & Johnson,
George W. Willin,
Joseph R. Layton,
William J. Mason,
George Gundy, (neg.)
Sipple & Dodd,
Short & Marvel,
William R. Wilson,
Parker & Welch
Burton C* Prettyman,
I Wm. Russie, (2 stores,)
John W. Wharton,
i Jas. W. Morgan,
2 50
■! 51)
2 50
3 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
0 50
2 50
2 50
.VI
a in
.2 50
12 50
12 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 60
2 50
2 50.
3 50
2 50
2 50
3 50
5 50
5 00
5 00
It. F. Hasting, for McKinsey &Co., 2 50
Purnel J. Pettyjohn,
Boyce &* Smith,
Joshua VV Pepper, (2 stores
Joshua Prettyman,
James A King,
2 50
• r > (M)
2 50
.)
5 00
2 50
2 50
Asa VV Jefferson.
Geo. II Ppillips,
Joseph AtyMorris,
John Bennett,
Caul ter & Carey,
Vaughn Sf Hopkins,
William McCabe,
Milby Bunting,
Elisha M McCabe,
John Smith,
Charles H Jones,
William B Horsey,
Greensbury Rogers,
Charles J Smith,
(i 25
2 50
2 50
3 60
3 00
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
16 25
• 2 50
2 50
2 50
17 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
2 50
H
(2 stores,) 7 50
2 50
« 2 10
Stephen A Walls,
William Cannon,
Curtis A Canatvay,
Canasvay S' James,
David W Canor,
James A Carey,
Isaac Giles,
White & Cannon,
Alfred Cottingham,
Isaac Serman,
Jonathan Moore &. Son
L J McCabe,
Stephen It Evans,
William Fascue,
2 50
12 50
3 75
2 50
2 50
55 Dawson It Ifatfiold, (2 stores.) 5 00
John Rodney, 6 25
Littleton Dukes,
Kendal Richarde,
Ebe Walter,
Nathaniel II Jonson,
John A Hazzard,
Mark J Davis
2 09
1 87
I S7
2 50
.3 00
8
Tavern Licenses, October Term, *54.
John Smith,
Noah Conaway,
George M Wuotten, Laurel,
Edward Carpinter, Cedar Creek, 15 00
Hejiry Jones,
Philip C Jones,
Dags bo ro' $15 00
Philip's Hill, 15 00
15 00
St John's Town, 15 00
Georgetown, 15 00 I
Victualing Houses.
Moses Robinson, Georgetown, 5 00 I
Tavern Licenses, Apbil Term. 1855.
5 00 I
5 00
c Art I
0 UU
Robert H Clark,
John Muller,
Edward Watson,
Hudson Burr,
George Henry,
Thorn Point,
Milton,
Lewes,
5 00
5 00
Laurel,
VICTUALING HoUsfcs.
John Conor, Laurel,
Noah Burton. Lewes.
jacKson Ulendantel,
Pedlar's Licenses.
$5 00
5 an
5 00
Bear Salms,
Philip Sewald,
Solomon Sturnburg,
Julios Bacharach,
Solomon Sturnburg,
Julius Bacharach,
Bear Salms
John, p, Burton,
Philip Sewald,
12 50
12 50
12 50
12 50
12 50
12 50
17 50
12 50
Eli Harrison, Fool Pwcljur.
H P- Gootee & Çô., *
Thomas Rogers,
Liquor Licenses, Ootober Term
George Willin,.
I :t. \ Icing,
Tilgman S-Jtffi
Charles H Jones,
William S Masön,
Baun els &. Short,
Abel Vent,
John West,
scph&JM orris.
12 50
25 00
17 50
12 50
, 1854
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
25 00
IISOM,
- a !
25 00 j
25 00 I
i
25 00 !
m
25 00 !
MWPflvIor.
roltyman, 25 00!
Noah Conaway, $5 00
I do hereby certify that the foregoing I
tâjxjue lisbiof all the licenses issued by '
'Hfyenft the first Monday in October, I
1864, to the present date, as the same 1
purports to be.
Oct 5
WILLIAM HITCH,
Clerk of the Peace.
'55
To &poi't*iuen
the undersigned, citizens of Mil
foru Neok, d® hereby torwarne any
person or persons frotu gunning after
partridges, rabbits, miuhMmLoi'. other
game on our premises;^
CURTIS B$
WILLfAM
fswrCKA
1 JILLIAN.
. 31
For -Sale"
SEVENTEEN SHAREHsifJhe capi
►^tal Stock of the Farmers' Bank of the
State of Delaware. Those desiring to
purchase are requested to make early ap
plication to the undersigned by letter or
otherwise, stating the price they will
give per share. The highest bidder will
be the purchaser.
CHARLES T. FLEMING,
Milford, Oct. 5, '55
P RIME Mackeral for sale by Ï. J. &
A. S. LEWIS at $ 5, 00 per barrej
Trustee.
50
miioril
25
25
00
50
G
50
■ WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
4^
<9
50
-<c
51)
50
FANCY GOOD*, AC.
Adjoining Foulk & Sherwood's
Drug Storp, Milford, Del*
ltopairing done 4 P il
manner and warrawM B
and fancy engraving neatly tTfcec
ted. Old gold and silver bought.
00
50
50
50
50
50
50
:
TIIOS. Jl. SHERWOOD,
Wholesale ami Retail Druggist,
MTLFOltD, DEL.,
AVING a larger stock oq lmml than any
__ jhe Penins'-.la,
always prepated to furnish a fly thing ig'dieir
than can he bought slse
We also warrant every yrlide sold by us
sitkS At
H
of the kind
50.
i wl
!
:
be penuine and pood,
PJI Y SIC JA NS can be furnished with
re medicines at the very lowest prices. Wa
pu
end promptly to all orders we may
e, and forward the godd^ to any place
(I. We are likewise prepared
CO UjYTR Y STORESwM medicines
purchased!» Philadelphia.
We have on hand all the popular pate
of the day, which we will sell
»facturera' prices. Send on your
is also the great depot of F
FdlMiLlES may rest assured that any
: thing they purchase of us will bfc of the purest
kind, as we use great care in our selections.
Physicians prouuyrfpti
?*will a
dii
I
they
li
ily Medicines, ard
I
careful I
.led
THE TOW DAL
DAYIS&GR
>
1
Wholesale and Retail RMjîe®m
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS!!
!
<
I
CARPETINGS, WALL PAPER,
Hardware, tiroceÄs
Boots' and Shoes, liais and Gaps, etc.
New and Seasonable L'ntms.
may, '55.
Paints, Oils, and Glass'Ware.
~ 7IOULK & SHERWOOD hâîsjiiSt received
another large lot of Paint! Oils and Gluss
tire. Wltito Loud, warranted f urc.
Zinc White, genuine French,] with pasto and
! liquid dries. Zinc Stone and brown, French.
! Flake's Fire Proof.Puintaud ViLetian for cheap
pehiting, with cheap Oil to »mf
t.'hréoino, Paris, Columbianar>3 otherGr
Prussian Blue and all other coRre.
Linseed. Lard, Wlml4 and Rosin Oil;
•Spts.''Tu»'piïntino,. Viu'iiisflj, COtuf», «opal, white,
d uemar t fflul Vnn.ishes.
*
Milford, Del.
P
I
!
HEVMSTHft.
13R. R. S. MURDICK,
Thankful for tho lrtteViM patronage
I Bheretoforo received in Mi ll'ord,awd
the adjoining towns, for several years past, is
still prepaftd to perform all operations in Den
tal Surgery. Teeth p É A j|
plete set, with
Teeth PWgke<i and Cleansed. ^Vtstli
cdrÇfuliy ÖkrtlfcueiL 'Office:—Town Hull Liuikl
i rig,'dome r Fï^Ü-ftftd Walnut so., directly op
. iL-k'pu OHico. L 1 ' 9 ,-cnn ,
your ciiildruu^j^Sth; a word
ticierit. '
tb.
>r without artificial gum, full set
put in oil atmospheric pressure.
I
l
is suf
marli4 lOys
I —'
A T REDUCED P Fl I C E S.
I A Large stock of Perlumei^nd Fancy
J *Goo t l- s consisting of Extracts for the
I Handkerchief?, among which are Upper Ten,
Jockey Club. West End Boquet Da Arabia, &c.,
/fair Oil?, Pomatums, Huir Dye, Toilet Waters,
chorea' Colognes, Toilet Powders, Fancy Soap,
offollow ing varieties. Bazins
eian Savon De Oliv e fo r i n fat i t s ■ F I p a t i n. g* Bar
l>«rv OryBrannö »all«; ÄüTO fc»Sd AIMSttTT ?hnving
- 0 TCRUT, Military shaving S«>ap, ( Saponnciotis
d, & e. Sc c, Tooth I'asto &pd Powders
Amandine. Coid Cream & o. (
I
Sellin$r off for ( asli
d I
kie, Cire
i
« R U ö H E S
of all kinds. Hair, Teeth. Nail, Hat Clotn nnd
shaving of the finest quality. A fehoise assort
Poket BMts, Parses,
Card Cases, Port Folios. Work poxes, Cabas,
Segar Cases. I'oc.ket Ifnim.'*' 'itlUjlNr Y'rlr
Butcher Sc. Wastenholns* celebrated make of
Razors, & c. Scc.
,Mm i;n
' I
WRITING PAPER.
Of the .finest quality, and eniResf variety, fan
cy und ci capi laid, ' onvolopea, Gillut's Pens,
Holders,' F^bty's dnuwiTrf pencils,
d Sons' Propelling pencils, Toy
&e 'in strings fr
fancy pen
Burgiss
Paints, colored crny
T. II. irilKltWOOD,
id Apothecary, opposite Tumlins
Druggist
Hotel.
August 17-66
CASH MUSIC AND P JA. NiT STORE
Of Horace Wafers
No 333 Broadway, New York.
! Opposition to Monopoly—Music at great
j y y Reduced Rates.-—Totwitlistuudiwg the
1 j combination of music dealers to keep up
I thejiricee of tioit-oopyright music, against tho
rests of native compwsora, and thjgir relusal
to extend to Mr. Watkiis the c
trade, he is
abundant evidence that he has pu Wie
ce -and support in his oppxisitrSn
Monopoly, and in his efforts to aid native
lient, nnd to adopt the national currency. His
d European music is
i menee, ami the catalogue of lus pnbjfvntioi
of the largest ami best selected in the Uni
ted States. Ho has also made a great reduction
in tho pri<;e of Pianos, Melode
Instrument? of ull kinds. Superior toned 0 £
octave pianôs for 17f», 2U0 and $'22<k ntUsrior of
good quality, nnd instruments as-Sfrong nnd
dffrablo as those which cost $f>00. Pianos
of every variety of style nnd p, ice up-to $1 QUO
comprising those of ten different irnnufitctorics;
among;tli, in the celebrated modern improved
Horace Waters' Pianos and the first premium
Æelian' Pianos of 1'. Gilbert Si Co s make,
(owners of the Æoliun patent) ; second-hand
PianöS at great bargains; price from 4ÎTtO $ I 60
Molodeons from five different manufactories;
inoluding tho, well known S. D.&H. W. Smith's
molodeons. timed the equal temperament, the
best make in the United States; prices 45, 60,
100, 116, 126, 135, and $150. Smith's Double
Bank Molodeons $200. Each Piano and Melo
deon guaranteed. The best terms t<9 the trade,
schools, &e; 12 $ por cent discount to clergym
and churches. All orders promptly attended
Music
at the roduced
!
! IHte
I
'
I *"
1 sl
king jmmenso sales; having
the
•k of Amuru
and Musical
all parts ef the country, post-paid
. General and select
logues and schedule of prices of Pianos forward
any address free of charge.
jun29 3ni
ed
and for sale
REEN. We have also
a large let of Feiman's .Celebrated
G
C'hromno
iïa
îMiilni
sil Super
H Pmn'nn Un
'■■re 1 itim
<yH
IP'S
[!
Pt, Chemi
ffih*er of Wuod
W ' Thresher ami
meut, Improved
I'&q; to which thö
.? iOTÿéctfull,' solicited,
eed , nnu agricultural W
No litt Murket'ftjPhiluiri. sep7 2
hIr
Fertilizer, &
bury'» impel
• iioi4œ
Cleaner, togctl
ngricul
ul linpl
"
South W es i-: Cor.-,-Front and Union Sts.,
Ui ffffiOEXfiimmtDIA»
-- __ __ _'__
StyJUrS- l' J B- PrCtt) IHAn
«ept ,, JKßr> ^ .'.mo
C B II
hom
BOAiuuivn house.
:ßfcSK.n^i
juo.vi: »• so.tr
HKy, fragrance and mild emollient pro
Pbr ibis soap, renders it especially deser
YPlftCU
chapped bauds
qual
Bach cake is stamped Wm Conway, lüS
li Second Street, Philadelphia. No other is
every toilet. F
diseases of the skin, iti
^Improved Chemical Olive Soap,
Warranted to wash in hard, soft
This Sffnp lias powerful «ban
which feailily remove Oil, paint, I^irt, ku, froi
every description of goods without injury to
them. For all domestib purpo|eâ« is siipor*
,and 20 per cent uhenper
Ruiiu soap. Each bar is
salt H
sing properties,
to any sonp
tlian tpe commoi
a lr d «
WILLI A M COJYWJ1T,
1G8 South Second Street , l 3 hiladelphin t
FANCY AND STAPLE SOAPS,
Sperm, Stearine and Tallow Candi
d dealer in Sul sodu, soda ash , Rosin ,
Orders by mail promptly attended t o. >p7 3
FILES & HASPS.
NEW STREET FILE WORKS,
PHILADELPHIA.
I
stnntly Mannfnemring
Filks & Rasp«, of superior quality and at the
lowest prices, equal to the best imported goods,
and much cheaper.
Manufacturers and Mechanics,
their OLD FILES REÇUT
EQUAL to NEW at half the original cost.
Flat 12 inches $2,00 per Doz.: Flat, 14 inches,
$2,7 Ü per Doz ; Saw-Wee, Half Round, ATiIIbrw
. 1 other Files in proportion. Single Files
ami fraotianal ports of dozous charged at tho
rates, and warranted satisfactory.
J. B. SMITH,
Race Sc Vine &
nu31 3in
Tho subscriber i
MAW.
Ns. 61 NEW St., (betw
2nd, & 3rd, Sts.) Philadelphia.
Trusses! Trusses! Trusses.
c. II. NEEDLES
^t^TRUSSfc BRACE ESTABLISHMENT
S W. Cor. of Twelfth and Race Strs, Phila
delphia. Importer of line French Trusses,
combining extreme lightness, easo and dura
bility with correct construction.
ptured patie
Hernial
by remitting amounts
her of inches round the hips, ami stating
affected. Co 9 t of single Truss, $'i, $3, $4, $5.
Double—5, 0, 8 and $10. Instructions as
, when possible,
below:—Sending
Ida
effect a
-wear, and how
sont with the Truss.
Also for sale, in great variety, Dr. Banning's
Improved Patent Body Brace!!
of Prolapsus Uteri; Spinal Props
and Supports, Patent Shoulder Braces, Chest
Expanders and Erector Braces, adapted to all
with stoop 8 houIoers and Weak Lungs; Eng
lish Elastic Abdominal Belts, Suspensories,
Syringes—male and female.
Ojr*Lndies' Rooms, with Lady attendants.
Aug 17 55 ly
For the
WATCHES JE WFLITST, SILVER
Ware and Fancy Goods,
A choice assortment of die Fi
Qunlity, for sale at the
:-V' - '
lOV
WM. B. ELTONHEAD'S,
No. 184 South Secor.d Street,
nnd Union,* West side. I'm
Between Pi
Delphi a. he assortment embraces a largo
d select stock .ff fine Watches, Jewelry, sil
ver ware, album Ware, plated with fine silver,
in Spoons, iTorks,Ludlos &c.—Jet Goods, F
d Fancy Articles, of a superior quality, de
vtng the examination of those
procure the best goods at the lowest cash price.
Having a Practical Knowledge of the busi
ness, and jill available facilities for Importing
and Manufacturing, the subscriber confidently
invito, purchasers, behoving that l.e can sup
•ply -hem on terms as Invomble any other
establishment in either oi the Atlantic Cities.
iD-All kinds of Diamond and Pearl Jewelry
and silver Ware manufactured to order, within
„ reasonable time. KJ-Wntebes, Jewelry anti
Faithfully Repaired.
Wm. B. Eltomiie.ii, So I Sei south St., a few
doors altove the 2ii St. Market, west side.
In the south Window of the Store, rtiay ha
seen the famous Bi
iho admiration of the scientific
Phila, oct 27 '54 ly

Clock, which commands
d curious.
IS. Ï». Clifton Sl So
Men and Boy's Clothing Store.
North-East corner of Second nnd Dock St.
PHILADELPHIA.
To the Citizens of Milford Del., & vicinity.
respectfully invited to cxnminc tlio_
extensive nnd varietl assmlment oi* Men's and
Boys' Clothing, at the store of the subscriber,
where may always be found a full supply of
Ready Made Clothing, of all size ; Hiui descrip
tions, worn by men and beys olull ages und
rÄShrÄÄÄ?!
peurar.ee surpassed by no establishment ill the
eity. Please preserve this notice.nnd give me
a call, and «tout yourselves and sons in aman,«
tier worthy of you «nil them. Remember the
3.W "KlÄÄ.
Furniture! Furniture!!
ll. F. HOOVER, respectfully informs Ins
customers of Milford «id tho peoplo gtmor«ll.v
of Kent and Sussex Counties, in want ol Pur
nitons, thatttiey will find it greatly to their
advantage to purchase at his Warehouse, where
they will find a large stock of the most modem
styles to select from. The subscribero begs to
say tbatbis facilities for manufacturing and buy
ing his materials for cash and having no Ap
prcntiços, but employing the best of workmen
enablos him to offer groat inducements to those
in want of really goM Furniture atlcw prices,
ns he much ni-oIoi ?;tho "nimble tlJ ponce to the
slow shilling." All gootls bought ,It his Wore
will be warranted, and if' intended for
the Country will bo packed with caro and de
■patch. H- F* HOOVER,
No. 128 South Second! litre«, heW Dock
west side. April 271U I 860 6 mn.
Y
PHILADELPHIA.
ENGRAVING.
Engraving of all kinds neatly executed by
his watoh establishment
isitfng cards
fancy, si I vor
tho undersigned
viz : Copper plate engraving,
envelope stamps, either plain 1
end plated spoons, finger Kings, ceiling
Stamps.
Also fancy and ornamental engraving of all
kinds dodo in.the neatest manner.—Tet
Philadelphia.
WOLCOTT Jk n'.ILTOJVS,
;
!
Wholesale and Retail
FURNITURE WARDROOMS,
LOXLF.Y BUILDINGS, i 3
y 0 . J79 South lid St., below Spruce, Philadel.
nfTTE shall keep constantly on hand a gon
j VV oral assortment of FURNITURE, such
" i- as French Stuffed Chairs, Freuch Sofas, Jenny
Lind French Bedsteads, Wardrobes, Sofas,
Tables, Dressing Buren us. What Nots, French
Rocking Chairs, Looking Glasses, Marble-top
j Wash-stands, and si general assortment of all
wi,hù* » h»
will .-arc 10 per cent t>v culling a. above direc
tmi. No, 170 Strath 2d St., bolo w üpruco.
,. W 1«. 27. Vw.#M.
& Walton.
Wo',
NEW EU E
AND EMBROIDERY STORE.
T e subscriber lias removed his store to
An. 40 JV. 8th St,, belou Arch, FAila.,
•here he lias just received and opened a large
and choice assortment of Laces, Etnbroidei tes
White Goods, Dress Goods, Ribbons, Muslins
and the public generally are
to give him a call before purchubing
. (Juick sales and small profits.
JAS. W. UOtfEA,
His fiieuds
&e.
requested
elsewhere
june 30, 1854.
No 40 N. 8 th street, below Arch, 1 lnla.
THE CHEAP CASH
Book and Stationery Store,
lor. of Sixth
il Arch Sts.,
• North-W__
1 ) HI LADE LPHIA. Great bargains in books.
Poetical, Juvenile, Miscellaneous, Stand
ard audeiusazentation Books, very cheap. Kta
White ruled
pie and fancy stationery, aupei
letter paper, $1.50 per ream, L,e
iihiyclopcB in great variety,
ed at very inodorato rates,
engraved, Gillott'a and other steel p
ri.»'* motto Wafers, 323 mottoes
25 cent»; Inkstands,Pc
Turkey Maroc
Portfolios, &e. Card oaW^lWokgammon
&c. With a very large and choice ns*
of Toy Books, Games, Dissected Pictil
Albums, Scrap Books and Engravings.
P. THOMSON.
Weddings furnish
•n and
Cards wri
a idicet, for
Knives.paper weights,
Purto-Monnaies,
&c. Fi
boards.
Mtment
, &c.
F. II. SMITH.
'port .1EONNAIB pocket book
DRESSING CASE MANUFACTURER,
N. W.
of Fourth & CliPBinut fcts.,
PHILADELPHIA,
hand a largo
l varied as
Always
Mit of
Port Monnaies, Pocket Books, Bank rs Cn
, Note Holders, Port Folio.«, Portable Desk*,
, Work Boxes, Cabas, Traveling
Boards, Choss Men, Pocket
Dressing C
Bags, Barkgam
Memorandum Books. Cigar Cases, &c
mortment of English, French
Fancy Goods.
Pqaket Cutlery, Razors, Razor Strops
I Gold pens. Wholesale, Second and Third
Floors- F'.H. SMITH.
N. VV.
Also a general t
and Ge
Fi
. Fourth & Chestnut Sts. Phila.
N. B.—-On the receipt of 1, a Superior Gold
of the United
udiu in
iy pn
States by Mail describing pen, thus.
April X.i ly.
i-i be sent
Pe
M
Irani
Philadelphia and Lewes
By Steamer ST. NICHOLAS, Capt.
Enos Whitecar, from Dock St
Mondays, Wf.dnks
. Returning, le
the opposite days, t<
way at New Castle, Mahon's River
nett's Landing, connecting at each point with
the Peninsula Stages.
BfA, Breakfast and Dinner provided
Wharf, at 7? o'clock,
and Pitrn.
Lewes at GJ
.idling each
l Bon
Cash ï*aâd
1 ' ^Olt OLD IBOaN, cast or wrought, at
• the Haven Mills, by
GEO S GRIER.
oys Clothing —A new
suitable for Full and Winter, just re
;, Lehman Ellerman
.^sortuient
B
ceived. Call and
ZlARPETING for sale b, T. J. &
V/A. S. LEWIS at 10, 20, 25 37J S.
50 cts. per yrd.
r.tiiit.
Law, &e.. having
, offers Ins
of Kent a. ul
»net the Courts.Ht
and Georgetown and, in the interval, do
Collections, c
IIAZEL, Attorney at „
located in Milford, Delà
the fit iz
M.
prelessiennl
Sussex Counties. Ho will
. 1 HL eubsenbet hav.ng taken
jgggÄJELrt'? "*•' «»»'l .r»»»»''/ < f c ' l
£ P 1 *' J ewes ^ ium >ei nin,
respcolft»«^ mfortt, the etnzens of MU
I ioreba^d the puhi.e general y, 11 to J
' I'repared ^r erteente all bn smes. in his lino, tn
, *lW host utmost despatch.
A due assortment' trtt W.lobes and Je welry
eqnstnbtiy'pa ratyi- . Bit. it ■> .in. ' ,.c rs re
P«»*«
vote his attgtitio
or any other business i
yuqçiiig.
the way of his p rofes
Walnut street,
' Office nnd residence
door abovo Esquiro Huiumersley's residence.
April 1 'Ö4. tf.- _
CLOCK AND WATC1I
HI AKI1YC1,
MIIirOHD DEI.
1 er in the be?
ALF.X. N T . HALL.
Juno 8-Iy
Executor's Notice.
Register's Office, \
Dnvcr, Kent Co!. May 22.1,1854. /
Uf^Ôn InY/HmT Ke°.,e y " Ecccntori
of John I). Anderson, late of Murderkill
Hundred, in said County, deceased, it ia
ordered and directed by tho Register, that
, .. . . *? r .. 1
| Stud Exooutors give notloo of the;
granting of Letters Testiiuentary upon tho J
estate of tho said deoeasod. by causing «L
vortisouients to bo. posted within förty cl *
f rom ( ] afe 0 { suß Jj letters, in fiil of tliO - }
! »™*. Public places in tho County of Kent, j
requiring all persons having demand* !
against the e.-ttate, to present the;s^mo, or
j abide by an Act. of Assembly in such i*ase
ma j c am] p rov M e J. And also cause the
I »me .0 bo inserted jb .ho Delaware
Reporter, a newspaper published m
! ver, Delaware, and in the Milford Bea
ron, a newspaper published in Milford
I Delaware, and continue therein eight
! .
" eeKS . .——--,—
. Given under the hand and
j 8ea ^ °^* °^* CR °I* the Remisier
aforesaid, at Dover, Kent
County aforesaid, the day and
! "o** _ -
j year above written,
i R. W. RU YNOLDS^-Rßgi^f er.
j NOTICE.—The hndttrsij®}, Jojin P.
T , i t l. o rr ' S&* .
Kmer ' , °, n »»'• J . ohn S - Kars®, ftartHf
above, hereby given notice, that Letters
Testamentary were granted to'them
the twenty-second day of Mav, 185/5';
al , persons therefore Jtaving demands
.* . .. , ** .
against the deceased estate, will present
the same, properly attested, on or heforç
the twenty-second day of May, 1856 /64
abide by law in this behalf. /
John p: embrsoc ^
JOHN S. KERSEY,' ■?$
Executors.
Do
July 6 , 8 w.
T O ST RF.t*ftviSCÏSÂ
Pure White I,
lot ol
d, whish we offer for sale
For
nt the lo
Si bm:nw

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