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BAtrQH's
RAW BONE
Let
And
SUPERPHOSPHATE OP LIME
P
MARK i
M
and
ten
lug
and
STANDARD WARRANTED.
We offer to Farmers, the present Fall sea
son. BAUGH'S RAW BONK SUPER PHOS
PHATE OF LIME as being highly improved.
Baugh's Raw Bone Super Phosphate is. as
Its name indicates, prepared by dissolving
Raw Bones in OH or Vitrol—-that Is, Bones
that have not been deprived of their organic
matter—the grease and glue—by burning or
baking. It, therefore, presents to the use of
the Farmers all. the valuable properties of
Raw Bones in a highly concentrated form—
rendering it at once qu!2k In action and ve
ry permanent.
4^ Farmers are recommended to purchase
of tho dealer located fn their neighborhood.
In sections where no dealer is yet establish
ed, the PHOSPHATE may be procured di
rectly from the undersigned.
BAUGH & SONS*
as
MAKUFACTURERS,
Office, No. 30 Ho. Delaware Avenue,
Pbllaclerplila.
July-17-8m.
Engle, Rethermel & Co.,
SHIPPERS A DEALERS IN
do
&
ffiSr-COAL
SCHUYLKILL NAVIGATION WHARVES
WINDMILL ISLAND, DELAWARE
RIVER, OPPOSITE LOMBARD
STREET,
PHILADELPHIA.
f 10« WALNUT STREET,
i 808 SOUTH DEL. AVENUE.
.—Coal supplied by vessel In large or
quantities, In loU to suit purchasers.
OFFICES,
N. B
■mal l
ap-10-0m.
ICE CREAM ! ! !
oüPEisriisra
OF THE
nTew _■* II am S
rnHE subscriber would respectively —
X nounoe to his worthy patrons and the
public in general that he has opened to-day
his new place of busini
MAIN STREET,
(Opposite SMYRNA BANK,)
Where he will be prepared to furnish any
thing In his line of business at lower rates
than ever before. Everything ln bis power
will bo used to make this the very place for
ALL. Thankful for past patronage, he will
strive to merit a continuance of the same.
ire on
"7 .; '
JOHN W. FLICK,
BAKER AND C0NFECTI0NEER,
•Ul.Y 8T.IBET, OPPOSITE BANK,
, SMYRNA . DEL
Raum. —T
THE
ly
DELAWARE
HOME OFFICE —"Exchange Rnlld
ing," Corner 7tli and Market streets,
Wilmington, 1>«I.
TABLES oF RATES,
And any information required, promptly
furnished on application to the Home Office
or to any of the Company's Agents.
JOHN P. McLEAR, President.
GEO. W. STONE, Vice President,
M. M. CHILD. Secretary.
BENJ. NIELDS, Counsel and Actuary.
D. w. MAULL, M. D., Chief Medical Exam
iner.
DIRECTOR» t
Samuel Bancroft, Jr.
Ed. Brlnghurst, Jr.
Wm. G. {Gibbons,
George W. Stone
Jno. V. Rice,
W. H. Swift.
OEO. F. TURNER,
General Agent for Delaware.
John P. McLear,
William Bush.
Thos D. Webb,
William Can by,
Qeoif W. Bush,
William 8. Hiles,
July-31-ly.
Walter. McMullen,
«
CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER,
COMMERCE ST.,
SMYRNA, DEL.
Having established in Commerce Street a
Repository, opposite the depot, will offer a
large assortment of
CARHIAQES
Of the latest styles, such as Top Buggies. Ger
mantown Wagons. Jenny Linds. Coal-Box
Buggies, at ieduced prices. Also a choice *"
■ortment of second-hand carriages
AT COST.
I would call your attention to the foot that I
have secured the servioes of both First-Class
Wood-Workers, and Painters, and using
none save the
BEST MATERIAL,
I foci confident of giving entire satisfaction
v favor me with their patron
age. 43r*Personsdesiring to examine any ol
my Carriages, who have not the time to
spare to call on me at my place of buslnoss,
»>/ informing me of the fact by letter, will be
tmown them on their premises free of charge.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done
WALTER McNULLEY,
Smyrna, Del.
to all who
July 6-tf.
WOOL Î!
Mallalieu & Brother,
WOOL!
WOOLEN MANUFACTURERS,
Have on hand for sale
CaMimmcri, Kerseys,
Blanket», Flannel,
Otocking Yarn,
and a general assortment of woolen materi
als.
UNICORN MILLS,
Near Millington Kent Co., Md M
Sept-ll-S-mo.
FALL AND WINTER FASHION».
M RS. M.A. BINDERhas Just arrived from
Paris and London with the latest de
signs, personally selected firjm the greatest
novelties; also, the mostelcgantTrlmming*
to lie secured in Pans. LACES »RIBBONS,
VELVETS, BRIDAL VEIL«, FLOWERS
FINFi JEWELRY' and TRIMMED PAPF.lt
PATTERNS. DRESS and CLOAK MA
KING, Exclusive agent for Mrs. M. Work's
celebrated system for cutting ladles* dresses,
sacques, basques, Ac.
N. W. COR. ELEVENTH AND CTIE8T
N UT STS., Pill LADKLPHIA, bt*pi8- Om
grwflry, Sc.
It is Finished!
Let those now come who never «une before ;
come tho
of
In
And those who always came,
more.
Wo have completed
OUR NEW JEWELRY STORE,
(The old stand of Rev. P. Mansfield,)
and feel safe in saying the Store and Stock
cannot be beaten short of the city ; (not
ten there) and thankful for the liberal
tronago which we have received since
lug among this people. Hoping to g
lsfaction In the future, as we believe we
have done in the past, we ask you to call
and see
SZ
ive sut
JEWELRY! JEWELRY!!
We have a splendid assortment, both Fine
and Rich, Fancy and Common, and y
shall know exactly what you are buyli _
Every Article Warranted as Represented
When Sold. Watches, fine gold watches, for
ladies and ggeutlemon. Rich selection ol
Chains.
SILVER PLATED WARE!
Castors Spoons, Forks, Berry and Butter
Dishes, Individual Salts, ete., etc.
W |1* *?■ tï * I. «Ï ■«- H» ,
arge stock constantly on hand.
CLOCKS.
Large variety ot the best mako, Warranted.
SUPPLY ;
Any artlole desired, not found with us,
will be immediately supplied, by order,
having made with some of the flrstr-class
houses this arrangement.
Don't forget to call, and remember what
ever you buy SHALL BE AND PROVE,
as represented
Our main dependence, and we are ready to
do all kinds or work, at the shortest notloe.
All work guaranteed one year.
Feb-27-ly.
J. V. SMITn,
Opposite Bank,
Smyrna, Del.
MORO PHILLIPS'
OKKunm Improved
Super Phosphate ef Lime.
STANDARD GUARANTEED
jFor tale at Manufacturer »'
Depot »,
NO. 27 NORTH FRONT ST.,
Phlladolphla,
AND
•IW. 95 South Str«»t, Baltimore.
And by Dealers In general throughout the
Country.
Ths SOMBRERO GUANO, <>*
which MORO PHILLIPS PHUTf
PRATE 18 * nd always
factored, (and of whloh iWiaa
for the United
cent, moro Bone
therefore It la monûurable.
A large percentgo Is Soluble, and will im
mediately yield',« nourishment.
The AmmonWt contains is pure and rea
dy to yield lt^Ruo—not animal matter, ca
pable of yie'flj; its ammonia after decom
on title d'to
' , NX e5fkr©d In its manufacture to
rentier H thensost valuable Super Phosphate
been manu
sole dontrol
contains fifty per
State*'
Ph^phate than Raw Bono,
and Crop Produosr in the markot.
Eight years' experience has proved to tho
farmer that it Is durable and can always be
relied on as uniform in quality ; and the nu
merous unsolicited testimonials continual
ly received of Its use In competition with
othor Fertilizers, fully attests that It has not
been excelled.
Price, $56 per ton of 2,000 lbs. Discount to
dealers.
MORO PHILLIPS,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer.
For sale by J. C. A A. H. Stockly, Smyrni
Delaware.
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Dr. W. H. Whitmor
Has been In successful practice for a num
ber of
Î cars, with the experience of the dtf
lospltnlB in Europe and Amorlca—
Army and Hospital Surgeon during the late
American war, continues to attend to all
professional cases at his office,
No. 928 Filbert St. Philadelphia.
No Patent Medicines are used
mended; the remedies administered
t hose which will not break down the consti
tution. but renovate the system from all In
juries it baa sustained from mineral méde
cines, and leave the system In a heal thy And
perfectly cured condition.
DYSPEPSIA.
that distressing disease and fell destroyer of
health and happiness, undermining the con
stitution and yearly carrying thousands to
most emphatically be
I
ol
to
be
untimely graves,
cured.
MELANCHOLY, ADDERATIOlf,
Î!
that state of alienation and weakness of the
mind which rendeis persons incapable of
enjoying the pleasures of performing the
duties of life.
RHEUMATISM
In any form or condition, ohronlc or fcou*«,
warranted curable.
EPILEPSY,
or foiling sickness, all ohronlc or stubborn
coses of
FEMALE DISEASE»
radically removed; Salt Rheum and every
description of ulcorntions; Piles and scrofu
lous diseases which have baffled all previous
medical skill, can be cured by my treatment:
and I do say all diseases, (yes Consumption)
can be cured by wearing my Medicated Jack
et. which Isa protection to the lungs against
all changes of weather, In all climates.—
Having Investigated for years the cause and
character of intermittents (fever and ague)
in all parts of the United States, will cure
permanently all chronic or acute cases of
ague and nervous diseases In a few days.
Cancer Cured Without the Hülfe, or
Drawing Blood.
Tape Worm, that dread to the human fam
ily foi years, can be removed with two or
three doses of my newly discovered remedy,
warranted in all cases. Consultation in tire
English or German languages. Will make
visits any distance If desired. May be ad
dressed by letter (confidentially) and medi
cine sent with proper directions to any part
of the country.
OOXcty J\\t. 02K JHlberi SI. JP/iila4elphiu.
January 23,lS69. —4y
de
stoves ana ©inumve.
Middletown Stove House.
». W, ROBERTS,
Takes pleasure In announcing \o his friends
of Middletown and surrounding country,
jjg that the liberal patronage be ha«
»g. received has induced him to offer to
jgIHrT Y the public the greatest variety, and
WysÜfcbesfc selected stock of Stoves, both
*1^5^Cooking and Heating, evor offered
In Middletown, and at prices that cannot
fail to please. Among the assortment are
tho following
tho
flood
the
wlih
ed
utary
heys,
both
the
ject.
can
the
BLA
Ac
it
out
food,
in
COOK STOVES.
NIAGARA, NOBLE COOK,
WM. PENN, CORAL COOK,
and others made livthe city.
PARLOR STOVES.
BRILLIANT, DEW DROP,
GAS BURNING BASE,
UNION AIR TIGHT,
OUR PARLOR,
Also, SEXTON'S PARLOR HEATERS.
Stoves of all kinds suitable for Stores, Of
fices, Bar-rooms, anu School Houses.
Also, the Morning Glory and the Oriental,
both unsurpassed In beauty and efficiency.
They can be seen In operation at the store of
the proprietor.
All sizes of Bar-room Stoves and Ten Plate
Stoves repaired at short notice.
Old Stoves taken In exchange.
AS-Tin Ware at wholesale and retail. Tl
As I have practical workmen employed, I
think I can give satisfaction to all who favor
with their work. Particular attention
paid to RoOflng and Spouting.
8. W. ROBERTS.
Middletown. Sept. 12, 1808-tf
MONIOR
LEHIGH.
GEM,
N.
EDMUND SWANTOW,
New Tinware H Stove Store,
Commerce St., Smyrna, Del.
The subscriber, having taken the stand
formerly occupied by B. V. Weldon
as a Shoe Store, 'has commenced
tho Sale and Manufacture of Tin
ware, Japanned Ware, Fancy Cham
ber Sets. Lan terns, Ac., at City
Prices. Everything In the Tinware
line kept on hand and mode to order. A füll
stock or
STOWES,
Comprising all the be«, patterns, both Wood
and Coal burner«. Stoves polished at short
notice.
Particular attention given to Roofing, Gut
tering and Spouting.
All Kinds of Job work ln hl« line promp
attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed
all coses.
Intending to keep first-class articles, and
do flrst-c'ass work, ho hopes to receive a lib
eral jmtronage.
»
ly
also
by
89
cou
tl.Y
Edmund Swanton.
Commerce St., Smyrna, Del
IStoweai S
N
JEREMIAH BRINTON,
Dealer In STOVES,
AND MANUFACTURER OF
SHEET-IRON anfl TINWARE,
all
of
kinds
large
of
Caps,
MARKET STREET,
SMYRNA, X>3Ej; t
Just below Mrs. Carr's .Trfimlng Store, begs
leave to lnlorflOLhJ^ffends and the public
geneiA^'.Tiîfiïhe has and keeps constantly
0 hand a füll line of
STOVES
<>*
'sheet-iron,
TIN AND
BRITANNIA Ware,
Which he will sell as low for cash
had anywhere else in market. Strict atten
tion given to
can be
fice,
Repairing neatly and promptly done. Call
and examine our stock before purchasing
olsewliere.
JEREMIAH 11RI »TON,
Market St.. Smyrna, Del.
Ha«
k.et
of
by
free
find
to
may-2l-70-ly.
Ufal Estate.
wantedT
In DELAWARE
and
and MARYLAND.
LARGE
AÏÏD
,E«SMALL
S' -W is JC ms »
O F every description, toSeSl; Mill Pro
perties, To wn Properties ; and Building
Lots, Ac.
Persons having Properties to dispose
will find it greatly to their advantage
place them In my hands.
A. RlcConaughy,
Real Estate Broker,
Clayton, Del.
of,
ing
and
febltf
Over 200.000 Acres
OF
LAND FOR SALE !
IN
11UVA1L IAÏYUII. THEHUL
AND OTHER STATE».
Send Post-Stamp for
A. McCONAUGHY'8
National Real Estate Gazette,
OE OTHEK IHFOEMATIOIT.
A. MeCONAUGHY,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Clayton, Delaware.
P. S.—Minute Information
regarding Vir
ginia Lauds given, and the securing of pro
perties in said State, for parties desiring
purchase, made one of our specialities.—
Parties desiring to purchase there, can save
r by calling on me,before looking fUr
imy80-tf| A. MoC.
to
of
money
furher
REAL ESTATE
FOR
SALE AND EXCHANGE,
BY,
A. McCONAUGHY,
Real Estate Broker,
CLAYTON, DEL.
all
In
of
to
be
Farm Lands,
Fruit Land»,
Truck Lands
Suitable for either large or small Fruits.
Town Properties
and Building Lots, &c
Large and Smal* Farms In Delaware.
Lands In Maryland—cheap.
Lands in Virginia—cheap
In Texas, over 4000 Acres—very cheap.
In Tennessee—over 8000 Acres.
In Minnesota—over 600 Acres.
Property in Pennsylvania cheap.
extensive Copper Mine in Texas
to lease to a responsible company—has yield
ed 2000 lbs. of ore per day; newly discovered
the
of
the

Also,
SPECIAL
To Persons wishing to dispose
of Property to Advantage.
Having made oxtensfve arrangements in
various ways, ar.d having many advantages
for the profitable sale of properties, we feel
Justified in stating that those who have pi
pertles to dispose of cannot do so better til
by placing them In our hands. Our mode of
advertising, and extending information to
inquirers, Is almost universal, and 1» surely
more advantageous than any other mode we
have ever known of; therefore, persons de
siring to make profitable sales
placing their business in
Wo buy and sell, exchange, rent and collect
rents, and in fact give strict attention to all
the various branches—combining the whole
definition ol Real Estate Biokerap\i.
Janl
and
of
or
or
tire
ad
part
'•y
do
■ •
A. McCONAUGHY.
Rea! Estate Broker Clayton, Del.
AGENT» WANTED
FOB
"Lost Abroad.^
Bend for specimen pages, circulars, terms
. Address b. M. BETT» A Co.,
July 2-Jw. Hartford, Conn.
JatÜbKM, &r.
Nature's Great Restorer.
SOHEETZ'S
CELEBRATED
BITTER CORDIAL.
This medical preparation Is now offered to
tho public as a reliable substitute for the
many worthless compounds which now
flood the market. It Is purely vegetable
composed of various herbs, gathered from
the great storehouse ofnature, and selected
wlih the utmost care. It is not recommend
ed as a Cuke Ann, but by its direct and sal
utary Influence upon the Heart, Liver. Kid
heys, Lungs, Stomach and Bowels, it acts
both osa preventative and cure for many of
the diseases to which those organs are sub
ject. It is a reliable Family Medicine, and
can be taken by either infant or adult with
the same beneficial results. It is a certain,
prompt and speedy remedy for DIAR
HHŒA, DYSENTERY, BOWEL COM
BLA I Nt, DYSPEPSIA, LOWNESS OF
SPIRITS PAINTINGS. HiCK-HEADACHE
Ac For CHILLS and FEVERS of all kinds,
it is for better and safer than quinine, with
out any of its pernicious effects. It creates
appetite, proves & poworful digester of
food, and wlllcouuteract the effects of liquor
in a few minutes.
PREPARED BT
JACOB SCIIEETZ, Sole Proprietor,
N. W. Cor. Fifth and Race Sts., Philad'a, Pa
»old by All Druggists.
nov h-ly
BO WEIR'S
Complete Manure.
MANUFACTURED BY
HENRY BOWER, CHEMIST,
PHILADELPHIA.
MADE FROM
Sapor-Phosphate of Lime, Ammonia
and Potash.
iWARRAKTBD M« FROM ADULTKRATFOK.
This manure contains all the elements te
produco large crops of all kinds, and is high
ly recommended by all who have used it
also by distinguished Chemists who have,
by analysis, tested its qualities.
Packed in Bags of 300 lb*. JOaoh.
DIXSON, SHARPLESS A CO.
B0LB AQJCKT8,
89 South Water and 40 South Del., Ave.,
PHILADELPHIA.
For Sale by WM. REYNOLDS,
79 South Street,
BALTIMORE. MD
And by dealers generally throughout the
cou n try_ Jy I»
ICHOLAS Cl.ATT,
Shot Gnn, Rifle & Pistol Manufacturer,
SMYRNA, DELAWARE.
N
My long experience In tho above business,
having served an apprcntlceghlpln Gorman.v
tablf^hSH
and the
bios me te
execute all kinds of work In my
line with neatness and dis
patoh, as cheap as can be done
elsewhere, and I would respectfully Invite
all persons who wish anything In my line
of business to give me a call. I have
stantly on hand a large assortment of all
kinds of doub'e and single barrelled SHOT
GUNS, made cf the best materials. Also, a
large asaortment of RIFLES and PISTOLS
of the most improved styles. Game Bags.
Powder Flasks, Shat Pouches, Water Pro« !
Caps, Cartridges, Powdçr. Shot, Ac., which I
soil at the lowest eash prlees.
NICHOLAS
GLATT,
Commerce St., next door below the Post Of
fice, Smyrna, Del. oct 17-ly
ähstiumiuts, 4 k.
MOVXCJG3.
JOSEPH T. WAITE
Ha« nothing to do wlthttaarilar No. 'JSn Mar
k.et öt., And itAvliLf mddftlwo Mr. Keller, has
removed to his Hotel nnA Restaurant, corner
of Water and Market Sts., Wilmington, Del.,
where he will be happy to see his old frleuds
public in general.
OYSTERS (Ä N /">
, served in every sty
A-'SEfc and Families supplied
in any part of the city,
by the quart, hundred, or bushel, delivered
free of charge. GaMe in season.
MEALS at all hours, at the low price of 36
cents. Country people coming In town, will
find It a convenient, cheap and pleasant place
to get a good meal.
V Permanent and Transient Boarders ac
commodated. 4-27-1f JOS. T. WAITE.
and tlio
LUMBER !
A full stock of Building Lnmbor, consist
ing of White Pine Boards, Plank, Flooring,
and Skiing; Yellow Pine Joints, Scantling,
Stepping and Flooring; Hemlock Joists,
Scantling, Boards and Shingle Lath; Spruce
Joints, Scantling and flooring.
WHITE PINE A CYPRESS SHINGLES,
PLASTERING LATH PICKETS,
AND FENCE POSTS
Also a large assortment of
Western Hardwood,
Consisting of
ASH, POrLAR
HICKORY, Butter-nut
Ac., Ac.
Suitable for Cabinet makers and Carriage
Manufacturers. We defy competition In
we make it a speciality.
A liberal discount made to yarders.
All Lumber sold at Ijowcst Wholesale
Retail Cash prices, and delivered on cars
Free of Charge.
WALNUT,
CHERRY,
Hardwood
and
W. R. & H. GAUSE,
CORNER FRONT AND WEST STREETS,
-14-'69-ly.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
F armers* loom to your inter
est.
The subscriber would Inform the general
public that be still continues to accommo
date the Farmers In Wagons, Carls, Plows
and Harrows, at his old stand, on the ooraer
of 6th and Broad Streets,
ODESSA, DEL.
After au experience of 25 years, and seek
ing to know the wants of the Farmer, he
flatters himself to give sat
lsfaction in his branch oa
business. All orders shall
be attended to with prompt
ness and despatch. He Uas the sole right ol
this State for the Farmers k avorlte Hecken«
dorn Plow, which he keeps constantly on
hand, and manulacturers all kinds of Plows
to order at short notice. With good mate
rials which he aims to keep at all times, bis
object is to give entire satisfaction. Repal*
lng done In Blacksmjtblng and Wheel
wrlgli ting with despatch. Thanking
merous friends for past liberal patronage
he hopes by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance of the name.
L. V. ABPRIL, Odessa, Del
upttltf
SMYRNA SEMINARY,
A first class school for Youth of both Sex
Second Quarter begins November 22d.—
Pupils admitted at any time. A class in
BOOK KEEPING for the more advoncod
scholars will be formed at the beginning of
next quarter. Young ladies and gentlemen
not members of the school may have the
privilege of Joining the class. A few desks
In both the Primary and Academic depart
ments are yet unoccupied. For particulars
oall on, or address,
T. H. BEAN, Principal,
J. E. CLAWSON, Proprietor.

[nov-6-3t.]
PHOTOMINIATURES,
Photographs, Ambrotypos,
—AND—
FERREOTYPES
OF ALL SIXES AND IN ALL STYLES,
—ALSO,—
Copt«» . n*A« Of nmpu«rr«otypr», Jlmbro*
typ»»y JSng-ravtng» or oth«r W\irh»
of Art, at th «
NEW GALLERY,
COMMERCE HTIIEET,
(OPPOSITE THE DEPOT,)
SMYRNA, DELAWARE.
EDWARDS & HINES,
VIEWS TAKEN OP BUILDINGS AN!
my 10W
LANDSCAPES.
& 0 rlruliural gmiJlttwnts.
PRICES REDUCED
sc 3L»9 a*.
of
of
THOMAS B. LOCKWOOD ' 1
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IK
PLOUGHS,
PLOUGH CASTINGS
cCo.»
SMYRNA, DELAWARE,
has reduced his prlees for
1870.
'ORCASH OR OLD IRON:
Ne. 11
Ploughs
*0 00.
1ft
8 00.
9
7 00.
CASTING« PER HUNDRED LBS. »500.
** * Concave
" & X A Wiley,
4M.
7 00.
4
<00.
3
600.
Jan. 1-68- ly.
THE HERALD
C HEAP
DB FEINTING OFFICE
•MYRNA, DELAWARE,
S THE PLACE!
WIIHRK YOU CAN G JET YOUR
f yin TITI TMTwitiivm
||y|j irUlill Cy
a
!
I
IN ALL IT8
VARIOUS BRANCHES
AN)
c o l o m s,
CHEAP, NEAT, aaä WILL BONE
AT THH
Most Reasonable Rates!
AND AT TH)
Of
SHORTEST POSSIBLE NOTICE.
ORDERS BY MAIL
WILL
RECEIVE STRICT ATTENTION.
DR. TAYLOR'S
OLIVE BRANCH
BITTERS,
A mild and agreaabl« TONIC STIMC
LAUT, STOMACHIC and CARMINA
TIVE
BITTERS,
Extracted entirely from [HERBS and
ROOTS. Highly oeneflelal in
DYSPPESIA,
GENERAL DEBILITY,
and Loss of Appetite ;
and an excellent CORRECTIVE for per
sons suffering from Disorders of tho
Bowels, Fli
oa
ol
to
Or
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SOLD EVERYWHERE.
Depot, 113 Market Street. Philadelphia.
J. K. TAYLOR * CO.
sept 36-ly.
BOOK-BINDING.
The subscribers having purchased the
Book Bindery of BOUGHMAN, THOMAS
& CO., Wilmington, Del., will continue the
business of
in
of
BOOK-BINDING
AND
Blank Book Manufacturing
▲T TH It OLD STAND
No. 420 SHIPL1Y STREET.
Blank Book« Mad© to Order.
paper, ism-neaas <sc ruieu to any pat
tern, Old Books carefully re-bound, Maga
zinen, Music, Pamphlets and Newspapers
bound at reasonable rates,
e»-Back numbers of Periodicals supplied.
Orders by mail addressed as Cr llows will
meet with prompt attention.
JOHNSTON A BOGIA,
Wilmington, Del
Orders received at tbs ClaytnHkkald
Orne*.
octlö
Blacksmithing and Wheelwrighting
In all the different branches. Carriages re
pnirod, trimmed and
painted, plain or fan
cy. Shoeing of Hor
. Manufacturing
of, or Jobbing on all descriptions of Farming
Implements promptly attended to at the
Shops on corner of Commerce and Delaware
street, Smyrna, Delaware.
octl7-Jjr GEQ. W. TXLGHMAN.
GRAPE VINES.
75,000 Concord, one, two and three y«M» old,
® 5,000 Peach Trees, ®
Wilson'» Early
80 bushels Ear
Of leading varieties. 5,000
Blackberry Plants for sale,
ly Rose Potatoes, for seed.
l-UHE OHAl'E WINK
For Medical and Church uie, »H at Market
Price«.
A. SCOUT,
Smyrna Landing, Del.
ALSO, of
MR. WATSON D. MULL,
At hl« restaurant, on Commerce street, (near
the Post Office), who Is the manufacturer's
authorized osent, All orders sent to box 118
Smyrna, Del7, will reçoive prompt attention,
feb-12-0m.
JOY, COE A CO.,
PUBLISHERS' AGENTS
"TRIBUNE" BUILDING«,
NEW YORK
Are authorized to contract for advertis
ing in our paper.
'
H. €. DOUGLASS,
DEALER IN
GRAIN, LIME, &C.,
Clayton, Delaware.
IMPORTANT
TO
The subscribers would announce to Build
ers and others that they are engaged In man
ufacturing
LtlHBER
Of all descriptions, and are prepared to fur
nish, at short notice,
YELLOW PINE FLOORING,
SIDLING,
FENCING
*
Or Boards of any required thiokneu ;
Also, Pine, Oak or Gum,
FRAMING,
Of any dimensions, manufactured to order,
and on the moet reasonable terms.
Orders solicited and ji© » , 1y
Thos. & Sam. Bacon,
LAUREL, DEL,
THE HERALD
FOB THE VEAU
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aw&ro and other (quar
ters.
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