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p!« §<rnUr. BJtYRNA, DELAWÄUK On. sqoare. or l«w«.!.l,"" l rt lî n - Thre:- square», . !S .■? 00. * our squares,.,.,22!,;.-, ÏÏ .* 00. ) 3 do. 260 4 00 4 50 1 »rooi'ü^s:-, '■"•*12 , *7'jo *<iu»r«i,'22soo.® W . 1,0,1 . Foursquares, One-fourth col One-half col.... Ouc column....'. One square Two squat Three Î «*ar. 12(H) 1600 •8 00.lioo 2000 5 50 10(H) 13 00 24 00 800.1200 1600 ..30 00 .5600 .10000 nonpareil make a 16(H) 24 00 30 00 gjTwalvi-uÄ"** 0 55 00 stray waifs. Tbo schools of this town aro closed, at fÄ" 8prU#UCe U buU(li ''« » Pier moÄ7s. healthy at L I.ÄC now * dv ® rUs eunent A fiaily line of 8teamers ply between Lewes and New York. v 1 l ' veon 1' lick's water i.-es cannot be Main st., opposite liunk. Customers always suited by Clyde Commerce st., near Main. J yae > _-A hattallion of "peach pickers" arriv ed in town Wednesday-still tlioy come. Firs -Class assortment of stoves and M« hi*™ ttt 1!ri " tou ' s Coinmorce st., near I»éach re on a siônd rf '° ", xc " r8lnn 'o Collins Jersey MoQday » trom Vnmdm, New . P°°j. work and reasonable charges the I£iR C ^°^* tailor, Cou m tree st., ' ewes, and no mov excelled, OB *" r " le ol >e*P-»n cxr.lle.it Garden Uda om'ce" ,UPBnur artlclB ' in, » uir * ' lt Agricultural Implements repaired promptly by G. W. A S. Taylor, Main st., below Souili. J ' Geo. Waller, residing near Seaford. was seriously and perhaps t'ulallv struck last week. J Houso pajnting and paper hanging neatly done by S. E. Clark, Main street, below Commerce. sun Men's straw lints in all the different styles at Primrose's on Main st., opposite the Delaware House. Capt. Henry Laws, raised on his farm near Seaford, i5 bushels of good wheat t > one bushel's seeding. A ChrUftteld negro man got as far north as Seaford, riding under a ear. He was bound for Philadelphia. l'he new Masonic Hall at L^wes was dodicatei to the use of the Order Thursday afternoon week. Persons in want of stoves and tinware can obtain the best at R. E. Knighton A Co's, a ornmerce st., near Market. Primrose is selling his hats and shoes very cheap for cash, at his new place on Main st., opposite tho Delaware House. Fmw assortment of gents' Summer clothe* and furnishing goods at Ward A Phillip's, Commerce st., below Main. The Government pi«*r at Lewes is to be Imilt about too hundred yards below the wooden one—towards Cape lienlop en. one—towards Cape lienlop en. Stencil plates and key checks furn ished promptly and at reasonable rates IHN * ' Voic * en > Commerce st on the Cider, Mineral water, <fce., l ottled for lintels, restaurants, ami family use, by T. 1>. Cummings, Commerce st., below Main. Pliotoprnpiia, photominiatures, forr» - types, Ac., lakon in the highest style of file art, by Hlair, Commerce at. f opposite post office. Mi»s Jenny Von Busk, tlio famous Cermnil-American Nougat ress, did give a concert iu tbo Town Hall, Tbui « «lay evening. A peach train ran into a freight train at Wyoming, Tuesday afternoon, •mush ing up several cars und injuring a Joco luot.re; nc one was hurt. In 1859, Mr. E. C. Fen ni more, near Odessa, planted 110 acres in peach trees, which in ten years produced 164,050 bas kets, amounting to $150,811.80. A nurneymaii in Sussex county lias discovered a new variety of peach. which ripens about the middle of July, und is far superior to the Hale's early.' Messrs. G. W. A S. Taylor, tills town, bare the contract for furnishing the iron work for the new jail at Dover —from $7,000 to $8,000 worth of material. The black glanders lias mado its ap pearance among the horses in Broad Creek hundred, Sussex county, which is said to be contagious and rarely cured. , of Seaford, day last week. .ot Miss Maggie C. Daw was nearly hu fiocated while boat riding, by the sudden falling of tho sail, which completely enveloped her. Hagh Bogan, an old bachelor, died in Christiana Hd., Wednesday week, leaving nearly all his property—about $15,000— to tbe Catholic Bishop of Wil mington. The Bee Hive is once more opened rn Main st., opposite the Delaware House, where the largest and cheapest stock »f shoes and hats en this peninsula will be found. A schooner laden with five hundred bushelft tf apples recently arrived at f»eaford from Northumberland county, Virginia. The fruit was transhipped by rail to New York. Dunning's "Diamond State Black Ink" is the best in use, will not corrode, 1ms beer* tested thoroughly by all busi ness tnen, and for sale at all principle stores in Smyrna. A correspondent of the Mutual Friend writes that a young girl has beon nns^ sing from Lewes for several days, ana that "ioul plav ia suspected." No par ticulars are given. Mr. John McCarter, living near Smyr na, one day this week, cut front on«» of bis anule trees, a brunch about a loot lonR. on wliiôh was closely clustered tliirty-six good sized apples. • tataa ÎMÂÏÏf? " How did he come. < Meath, - CO Mr r j y o!rCy.onb efi r m ofMurpl 7 Mr. Jos. rarrv. Mills," »ear this P'^ 8del p hia > iav whilst on his way home from So«. • ?*!„, whence he had been to benefit his •SSrSsff ^-"» 8 West 8ev»nth St., W BimniB thBt d»y» »ft". *" < L^SÄ ia house bad sent him ffiÄBÄwr. The trick <e.ied '"^'■jxsssrÄin- comp«ri^n n wlth Bur ('ÄSffSÄ'SSSS i a w Spruanfl® ba* , ,^j 8 year \ .'BÄ.« «r. /oh, * MS aUo xealized very iJmeiy, h 1 Lift ml' ft To Peach Growers! yte are now inaklhq the best STAVE PEACH BASKET um»n| , J re 'ri , ° the , paoh Growers oi fils Pe anrtwni T leT ? re stronger, more durable, R?iik* lL!' nr ' y , ,n jiJ hotter than any Stave lower nïï»V. '!î c - We will sell them at much de7s%rom"tly an formert y. "'«> «H all or virv V.'l'H of ' he Prospective large crop, a « , number of Baskets will lie re „ Orowfrs, and those desiring our dering'earlv° nSU ^ t * le,r ewn interests by or a WORDEN & EVANS, Smyrna, Del. ln?m*SS£5*. Certain persons are endeavor ourSuSî« uL Dt u U « fr ? m . »'»kingand selling Ba#k «t.l>y claiming Letters il2n «r« h n reon ' We pohlish.for the informa c»Unt n iÄ r *o ü p"LC t fr Sted ' the toUowln * Washington, D. C.. May 26th, 1871. > ' Gentlemen r ., „ . _ We have examined Letters Patent No. 106,605, dated August 3d, 18/0, granted to Richard Mitchell, o. Smyrna, Delaware, und find them to be [or a fruit basket made by tbe combina tion of "inwardly-curved staves," A, thickened beveled hoops, B, and forated disc-bottom, D." It is the combinat ion of these three ele inents which constitute tbe invention of Mr. Mitchell. You state to us that the beveled hoops, perforated disc bottoms, in combination *ith staves not inwardly curved, have been in con mon use since 1864 -that you are now, and have been for some timo past, engaged in the inanuiacture of H uit baskets made by the combination of staves not inwardly-curved, thicken eued beveled hoops, and perforated disc bottoms, such as you say have been in V? e %r- tl,e P ast 8<#ve h years, and that Mr. Mitchell threatens to prosecute not only yourselves for the manufacture ot such baskets, but also all persons who may use them. In regard to the subject of infringe ment, it is well sei tied that it is no in iniigement of a patent for a combination unless all of the essential parts of it are substantially imitated. See Bell vs. Dan iels, ct. at. 1st, Fisher's Patent cases, 382. Bai rett vs. Ball, 1, Niuss, 447. In Proaty vs. Buggies, 16, Peters, 336, t hief Justice Taney, in speaking *>f a combination Patent, held, "The use of any two of these parts only, or of two combined with a third which is substan tially difiment in the form or the man ner of its arrangement, is not the thing patented. It is not tiie same combina tion if it substantialty differs from it in any of its parts. If Mr. Mitchell I»cr had invented not only the inwardly curved ataves.but the bev eled hoops and perforated disc-bottoms, and suffered the two last mentioned to go into common u.< years, in combination with straight staves or staves not in vardly-curvoo, bis patent would avail him nothing against you. See Section 7, Act of Con gress, 1839; Section 24, Act of 1870. \\v are of opinion that the manufac ture, sale, and u-e ot the baskets which you say >ou are now making, is no in fringement of Mr. Mitchell's Patent,and can subject no one to liability for mak ing, selling, or using (hem. G ko. P. Fisher. Richaud Hauuington. To Messrs. Worden A Ev Del. tor more than two M , Smyrna, Jut e4-tf. Good News Fur The People! - of « A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH GOODS AT TIIE Clothing House OF WARD & PHILLIPS, Commerce Nt., two <loor* below Main, Smyrna, Del. roltnislied < We have agaiu . a flue assortment stock with FANCY CASS. SUITS. FANCY CASS. SUITS. FANCY CASS. SUITS. VERY STYLISH. VERY NTYLTSH VERY STYLISH. VERY STYLISH At Prices to Suit everybody. Como and see them. They will suit you. SkU W»ÄT If SS WÂBT. They are what you have been looking for them while the stock is Come and and Iresli. LINEN SUITS, J.INEN SUITS, LINEN SUITS, NEAT AND NOBBY. NEAT AND NOBBY. NEAT AND NOBBY. They are the very thing for this warm and op roBstve weather, and will make a fellow feel as airy and light as a feather. DRAP de ETE COATS. DRAP DK*ETE COATS. DRAP DB* ETE COATS. The nicest thing lor Summer Conts that there la out. . A fellow pats one on and he feels right, about Come mid see them, and we are confldent you'll buy, And leave the store a shouting, "How is this lor high." A N1QK UNE OF HAT6—FOR AND WOOU A full line of Gent's Furnishing Goods, % Consisting of Shirts, (Over and Under) Half Hose. (Plain and Fancy) oil of the novelties in tiie Scarf, Bow and Neck-tie line, Paper t oilers and Cufft, Suspenders. and Linen and in fact, almost everything a gent wants to complete his outfit. f these goods are new and stylish and are confldent if you will come and we will soon convince you that our house is the place for you to bay at. Con\e and us. and bo convinced that what we say is true, and bring all tiie stamps with you. We will sell you bargaius. All WARD & PHILLIPS. p. 8.—A nice line of Trunks, Valises, and Traveling Bogs. _ JelO-tf. P GEORGE W. & S. TAYLOR of eg leave to Inform their friends and the ublic generally that they are now moved into their uew shops on Main st., They are prepared to fill all orders for PLOUGHS AND PLOUGH CASTINGS G. W. & 8. TAYLOR. Smyrna, Del. fcb-12-tf. Men's spring styles of silk hats at Primrose's on Main si., opposite the Delaware House. Worden & Evans t General Agents for the Celebrated Ï WOOD'S SELF-RAKE REAPER ANb COMBINED MOWER, The cheapest and best in the world. Send for Circular, or call and seq before purchasing elsewhere DEPOT ; Commerce Btreut, Smyrda. Del. JelO-tf. T, D. CUMMINGS' BOTTLIE ESTABLISHMENT, Commerce St, Below Mf.in. A superior article of Porter, Ale, Cifler anä Lauer Beer AND MINERAL WATER Bottled for Hotels, Restaurants, and Family l,R0 * JelO-fiin. STEAMBOAT LINE. THE STEAMER fisSfiPILOT BGY&sQ 1 will commence running between Phila- delphia and Nprtianee*« Landing, stop- ping at Port Penn and Collin«' lieach, WEDNESDAY, JTfJI-Y 5TII, making thereafter a round trip on Wednesdays and Saturdays, Leaving PMIadelphla. from first wharf below Arch St., nt 7:45 A. M. Spriiance'H Landing at 2:30 P. M. Collin«' Wharf about 8 P. N., and Port Penn about. 4 P. 31 between Collins* Beach a»c*'s I .and In;, and Philadelphia, SO Cents. Freight of all kinds solicited, and carried at low rates. Jyi-tf E. B. TAGGART. Agent, 48 N. Del. Avenue, Phila , Pa. The "Pilot Roy" will commence'dally trips about August 1st. PHOTOGRAPHIC. HOBT. DEÏ_ (Opposite the Post Office,) SMY'RNA, DEL., of the best arranged Galleries In Delaware, and is prepared to make I Photographs, Photominiatures ' AND FE RROTYPES. in the best style of the Art. Also Frames, Picture Cord, Stereoscopes, Stenographs, Ac. Having had many years' experience, he thinks he can give satisfaction to all who may favor his with their patronage, april l-3in. Peach Growers TAKE NOTICE. GEO- WHITLOCK of Clayton, will run . TWO CARS PER DAY, at Sassafras Cross Roads, and FOUR CARS PER DAY. at. Clayton S'ation. for New York, during the peach scuson. Will buy orchards by tiie basket for cash, and find ii is baskets, or consign them for other parties to the best commission house in New York. All parties shipping furnish baskets, will I» baskets not returned. commission, who remunerated far aP GEORGE WHITLOCK, Clayton, Del. may 13-tf. Peach Growers % OF MARYLAND, TTa».l«:e Z E. LURTY has made arrangements to run cars from Sodlersville, Millinaton & Massey's TO MT3E -wmr YORK f for the accommodation of Peach Shippers. He has also made arrangement with the old of A. A. COOK, late of the firm of Cook, Tulane & Quick, New York City,ana earnestly solicits consignments of peaches. June 24—lm and reliable conuniRsion b E. LURTY, Smyrna, Del. Xîi UU3B3BR PAPER HANGER. It, r h Tiie subscriber begs to inform the citizens of (Smyrna and vicinity, that he lias taken lilt! Basement, ander Dr. Collins' Office, ON MAIN STREET, SM,Y r RNA, DEL., and Is prepared to execute well all orders for Painting Jng. May-7-'70-ly. prompîly and ftPaper-H M. E. Clark. Read •'Convent Life Un veiled," by K.<llt It O'Goi'iuan, Es caped Nun, whose dis closures are thrilling and Ktsrtling. Price $1150. Conn. Tub. Co Hiirtfordj Conn. 4w. KKW ADVERTISEMENTS, How, When ailfl Where TO ADVERTISE. SEE THE ADVERTISERS'GAZETTE BOOK OF ONE HUNDRED PAGES. Issued Quarterly, new talus Lists of all the Weekly. Religion*, Agricultural. Local and Political; also Magazines ahd all Periodi cals devoted to class interests; ulso ; esti mates showing COST OF ADV|Äl1 and hints, incidents an^instr actions gath ered from the edition Just out ) Best Newspapers, Daily TISL\«, Experience of Successful Advertisers Mailed to any address for 25 cents. Addrfv GEO. P. ROWELL & CO. Advertising Agents, Publishers, and Deal er in all kinds of'Prihter's Materials, NO. 41, PARK ROW. NEW YORK. QUESTS WANTED for the TRANSMISSION OF LIFE. Counsels on the Nature and Hygiene of the Masculine Function. By Dr. Naphkys, "U thor of 'The Physical Life of Woman." It re lates to the male 8<t : is nil] of new facts; delicate hut outspoken ; practical and popu lar; highly endortffl ; sells rapidly. Hold by subscription only. Exclusive territory.— Terms liberal. Pi Ice .^2. Aidreas for con ten s, Ac., J. G. KURSUS à CO., Publishers. Philadelphia, Pa. Agents ! Read This ! E Will, PAY AOEItTH A NAIAKY of $30 a week and Expenses, or allow a large com mission to sell our derful Inventions. Address M. WAGNER & Co., Marshall, Mich. w and won A Million Dollars. Shrewd but quiet men by revealing tfi . Address make a fortune Becret of the business to no EDGAR Mins, 6HH Broadway, New York. H. HENDERSON'S FAMILY LIQUOR CASES ( Each containing one bottle of Holland Gin, Old Pale Sherry, Old Bourbon. Old Pale Brnndy, Old Rye "Whisked, Pine Old Port, Guaranteed Pure and ot the very best quail 1 V. PBICE SEVEN DOLLARS. Bent by Express, C. O. D., or Post-olflce or der. H. HENDERSON, 15 Bread Ht., New York. END 75 c. and receive lull instructions for the beautiful art of transferring and painting on glass. New method. No hum bug. Address A. A. YOUNGSTON, Tamu qua, Pennsylvania, i Rfln st wl><J MACHINES of the A# A#best make for sale low. or ex country pro niece. Bold for $50, single RT & PAUKER, 18 North S changed for merchandise duce. Worth $60»»! machine. STEW A Water Ht„ Philadelphia. Pa. F ROM 82 to #IO Per Day made selling our goods. Sample, Ac., for 25 cents. W AM BAUGH it ISKO., Sidney, Ohio. &325 ii M(»NTH. Horse and Car tage. Expenses paid. II. Shaw, Alfred Me. Apple Parer, Carer and Klleer. Price 82. Doos ail nt once. Warranted anti a fac tory. 1). H. 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It goes like wildfire. Strike quickly and coin money. CAUTION. Beware of inferior works by unknown au thors. Mere picture books. Be sure of a re liable author. A cen J m s waited grows stead __ ___ily In public ^ i , , oolc for the day, nn«l sells readily,despite hard times. Seventh edition now ready. A recent agent's report Is 50 or ders In one day. Prof. John T. Heed says of It, "1 know of no hook, save the Bible, that recommend so earnestly and conscien tiously to all classes." Prospectuses of this book, also of the ever popular "PHYSI CAL LIFE OF WOMAN," and the latest, best, and cheapest family Bibles FREE to all who mean work. NOTICE.—Huccessful agents will receiev first choice of territory on Rev. Henry Ward Beecher's «-oming great work. ''Life of Jesus. r h £ SSrtîfîîl.yT 11 ® at once to GEORGE MALT LEAN, Publisher, 719 fcansom ötreet, Phila delphia, Pa. 4 Wt t Is the $10 MADE FROM 50 Cts. 12 sampler sent (postage paid) for 50 cents that retail easily for HO. R. L. 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These 'Tablets present the Acid in Combi nation with other efficient remedies, in a popluar form, for the cure of all THROAT and LUNG Diseuses. HOARSENESS and ULCERATION of the THROAT are i in media tely relieved, and statements are constantly being sent to tin* proprietor of relief in cases of Throat ditfi cutties of years' standing. rf-a ft TTHDTmiT Don't let worth J. J.UXII Bless articles lie palmed off on you; be sure you get only WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLET'S. JOHN KELLOGG, Plait St., N. Y., Sole Agent. Sold by Druggists. Price 25 cents a Box. WANTED, AGENTS FOB Triumphs of Enterprise, By Jambs Parton. A New Book, 700 octavo pages, well illustra ted, intensely interesting, and very instruc tive. Exclusive territory given. Our Terms arc the Most Liberal, and see if they are not. A. 8 . Hai.k A Co., Hartford, Conn. i'£ y to Attention Agents! Think of This 11 copies of Brocketfs History of the Franco German War sold first (10 days, ft will soon contain a full history ®f the bloody Rebel lion iu Paris, making nearly 600 page« and 150 elevant illustrations, and will sell five times faster than heretofore. Price, only #2.30. Incomplete works, written In the interest of the Irish and French, are being offered with old cuts, and for want of merit claiming to be officiai, fcc. Beware of such. Broekett's, in both English and German, is the most impartial, popular, reliable, cheap and fast selling work extant. Look to your interests, strike quickly and you can coin money. Circulars freo, and terms excelled by none. A. XI. lll BBARD, Publisher, 400 Chestnut Ht., Philadelphia. 4w. 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JOHN Blood mnhe to is hat io to Q. KELLOGG, Platt St., N Sole Agent for tiie Unit oil Price One Dollar per bottle, fc. ud lor < i r cular. Vi ut iw. Apnis Wanted for "Convent Life Unveiled." by Edith O'Ciorninn, Escaped Nun, whose disclosures are thrilling and startling. Fuamklizt Puii. Co., 712 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. 4w. THE GREAT CAUSE fjffÿ HUMAN MISERY. Jusi Published in a sealed envelope. Price six cents. A Leel tire ami Radical c the Natur«, Treatment Som of Sper nntorrhŒa, inal Weakness, or SpermatorrhtKn. induced by Self-Abuse, InvoJ jntary Emissions, Im poteney, Nervo is Debility, and I npedi ments to Marriage gcneialiy; Consumption; Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical In capacity, &c. By ROBERT J. CULVER WELL, M. D„ Author ot the ' Greeu Book," A e. Tho world-renowned author, in this admi rable Lecture, clearly proves from his own perlen e that the lf-Abuse tful consequences ol may be effectually removed without medicines, and without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or cordials, pointing i.ut a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his coud J l ion may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly, and radically. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE THOUHANDS. Sent, under seal, to any address, in a plai sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, postage stamps. Dr. Culverwell's 44 I A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND two Also price 25 cents. Address the Publishers CH AS. J. C. KLINE & CO., 127, Bowery. New York. dec24'70-ly. Post-Office Box 4,386. Marriage Guide," ISAAC K. STAUFFER ' WATCHES, JEWELRY, 248 JV, SECOND St., corner of Quarry , PHILADELPHIA. An assortment of Watches, Jewelry. Si - ver anti Platetl Ware contantly on hand. 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Hummer Arronffemënt^ 1871; DM) Eallroafl Lift ea On and after Monday, July 17tn,' 1871. (S'JWUAYS EXCEPTED)' Passenger Trains will leave os follows:— NORTH W.lItU. it 00 a. m; 11 15 11 3Ô 11 jo 12 05 r. m; 12 15 Leave Delmar, " Laurel. 44 Hen ford, " Bridgeville, " Greenwood, " Farmington, " Milford, Harrington, FeJutg, Canterbury, W codai Je 7 00 À u 7 20 12 30 p. M. 7 .it 12 50 7 .(■» i." 7 4U 7 .70 »1 •«?, I I ;» 8 00 Dover, MoortOn " Bren lord " Siuyina, V Claytou, " SaH.safras, •* JBlackblrd " Townsend, *.* Middletown, " Mt. Pleasant, " Kirkwood, 11 Rodney, V Bear, *• State Road, *• Now Castle, Vrrlve Wilra. V Phllad'a, Haiti more. 1 25 810 1 I 1 8 15 M 14) i s 30 ' 2 15 8 45 - 9 05 2 .r» 9 Iff I. ;: n 0 3 05 3 16 3 2») 04 '» H 55 10 15 11 45 I 05 P. M. 3.ff 52» 8 K0 SOrriMYIKI). Leave Phllad'a, •* Baltimore, " Wilm* " Newcastle, " State Road, " Bear. V Rodney, V Kfrkwooa. " Mt. Pleas'nt, 11 10 " Middletown •* Townsend, " Blackbird, M Sassafras, " Olayton, ArrlveSmyrna, Leave Bren ford, *» Moorton, *• Dover, " Wyoming, " Woodside " Canterbury, " Felton, " Harrington, Milford, " Farmington, •* Greenwood. " Bridgeville, " Seaford. " Laurel, ** Delmar, New Castle Trains—Leave New Castle for Wilmington and Philrdelphia At 7.40 A. M. Leave Philadelphia 11.45 M.. miugton 1.00 P. M. for New Castle. Nniyrna Brandi Trains.—Additional to tiiose above leave Clayton for Smyrna 8.40 A. M., and 2.U0 P. M. Leave Smyrna Clayton 11.35 A. M., and 7.35 P. M., to make connection with trains to and from Dover and Stations South. 8 30 A. M. 725 10 10 10 30 10 3i 10 45 5 00 P.H 2 n <■ -■. 6 41 6 50 Tun 7 07 11 no 7 10 11 25 1135 11 40 11 4) 11 53 12 0 p.m. 12 00 M. 12 15 P. M 12 20 12 30 124) 12 45 12 0 7 35 ; « d • 0 8 10 K 3d 8 n 8 25 8 3) 8 4*. K 51» V 00 0 0» «2* 1 10 9 15 1 2t> l I 1 45 2*5 2 25 2 41) and Wil Freight Train with Passenger Car attached, will leave Wilmington at 12.5» A. M., New Castle, 1.20, Miduletown, 2.25, Townsend, 2.45; Olayton, 3.15, Dover, 4.00, Wyoming, 4.10, Felton, 4.40. Harrington,5.0.j Farmington, 5.15, Bridgeville. 5.50; Seaford, 6.15, Laurel, 6.45, and arrive at Delmar at 7.06 A. M. Passengers leaving Philadelphia at 11.30 P. M., will make close connection with tills train at Wilmington. Returning—will leave Delmar, 2.30 P. M., l aurel 2.56, Hcatord *.25, Bridgeville. 4.00, Farmington, 4.45; Har rington 5 10 Felton 6.35, Wyoming. 6.10; Do ver,'6.30, Clayton, 7.10, Townsend, 7,45, Mid dletown. 8.10, Kirkwood, 8.:.», New Castle «.25. and arrive at Wilmington at O.oO P. M., Philadelphia 11.30 P. M., and Baltimore, 3.50 A. M. Hubject to delays incident to freight husinesu. This Train will stop to take up Passengers only at Stations named, but will set down Passengers at any stopping pluce except Haro's Corner, Htato Road, Rodney, and Dupont. CONNECTIONS. At Townsend, with the Kent County, Queen Anne's A- Kent Railroads,tor Kenne dy ville, Sudlcrsvllle and intcriuediato places. At Clayton with M. & D. R. R„ for Easton and intermediate places. At. Harrington with J. «fc. B. R. R., for Mil ford, Georgetown, Lowos, and intermediate places. Atbeaford with D. & D. R. R., for Feder alshurg and Camltridge, Ac. __ At Delmar witli E. S. R. 4L, fDTrfWT^"7T?î Princess Anne, Crisfteld; also for Beilin and other stations on the W. a P. R. R. H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. Maryland & Delaware Railroad On and after MONDAY, April lltb 1870, Trains will run follows: NORTH. Leave Easton, *• Woodland, •*- Gudova, 4 Hillsborough, *• Ridgly. 4 Greensborough, 44 Goldsborough, 44 Henderson, 6.00 A. M. 6 15 (>.:' ■ 6.40 6. m 7.05 7.15 7.25 Marydell, Slaughter's, Kenton, Arrive CLAYTON, 44 Wilmington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, 7.35 7.45 8.00 8.10 10.15 44 11.15 44 1.05 P.M KOCTH. Leave New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Cluyton, Kenton, Slaughter's, Marydell, * Henderson. Goldshrougn, Greensborough. Ridgley, Hillsborough, Cordova, Wwotlland. e Easton, 12.30 P. M ■j. i 11 ,, oo 6.25 K.25 8 . >0 9.10 B SM 0,8 i 9.45 8. if 10.1* 10/i.) 10.35 Lr Fr ht Train With Passenger Car Attached. Going; North. I leave Easton, 44 Woodland, 10.30 A M. 10.50 Cordova, 44 Hillsborough, 44 Ridgely, " Greensborough, 44 Goldsborough • 4 Henderson, 44 Marydell, 44 Slaughter's, 44 Kenton, fcrrlve Clayton, 44 Wilmington, 4 Philadelphia, 44 Baltimore, 44 New York, 11.20 44 11.35 44 11.55 44 12.15 P. M 12.25 12.50 44 1.05 1.25 1.5« 8. *5 8,10 10.o0 Going South. Leave New York, 44 Baltimore, 44 Philadelphia, 4 * Wilmington, 44 Clayton, 44 Kenton, 44 Slaughter's, " Marydell, Henderson, GoldslH>rough, Greensborough. Ridgely, Hillsborough, Ccnlova, Woodland, arrive Easton, By the above arrangement, close connec tions will he made both ways, and passen - rill arrive early both in New York until Haltimon*. and wilKbe able to visit Plain-, dolphin and BaPlmOre, returning the same* d ay. Ail Freights must e at the various Fit«, ions at least (30*. thlr* v minutes before star ing of Traf ns, otherwise thev will lav twenty-four hours. J. L. CALDWELL, Superintendent.. 12.00 A. 7.25 8,80 10.10 12.10 P. M. 12,20 12.35 11.50 I n,, 1,15 1.40 1.60 2.15 2.31 K' c* BOOKS TO FUIT EVERYBODY. Great Fortune Teller,- 50 cIr.. O-mrtslilp Mnde Easy. 25 cts. ( 'orreet Etifiuettb, 2*» ets. Bridal Etiquette, 25 ets. How to Win, ;v Sweetheart Lover, 50 cts. .200 CVtnun , oO cts. ('orreet lit t tt*r W ri tor, 25 et s. Amateur ThcatflcaiR,50cts. 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