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PUBLISHED EVE(lV SATURDAY,
kT IIBSttV VAUDEHTORD.
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D, L. Dunning's Book nnd Variety Store.
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subsequent Insertion. One square one year #10;
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privilege of four changes, $35; for half n column
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square. When the . .er of Insertions is not
marked, advertisements will he continued until
forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates: Marriages and
Deaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
«onfine their ad vertisements to their own business.
All letters should he addressed to Tim
Midd&etown Tbanschiit, Middletown, Del.
f _I___
' ' -I
KENT COUNTY RAIL ROAD.
S UB-OONTKACT.S for grading the Kent county
Kailroad of Maryland, will he let on the I6th
day of May, proximo, at the office ol' the sub
scribers, Lhestertown, where printed specifica- !
tions and full particulars may lie obtained hy
personal application or by mail, and bids will
kfa r T^ ,Ved ^W»y- The line is di- I
Tided into sections ol one or two miles in length,
and in very easily worked. |
ALFRED F. SEARS
for Sears, Backus, and Sand ford.
Chlestertown, Md. May », 1808.»
NOTICE.
T HE Town Assesstir has
ment for the pn*scnt y
Comtuissioners will hold
Monday, May 11th, at 3 o'clock, ...
which time ail citizens having complaints to lay
againlst the assessment are notified to attend.
By Order of Town Commissioners,
J. T. BUDD,
Secretary. I
-I
Spring anti Slimmer Opening: ! I
pleted his Assess
, and the Tow
_ . .
Lw t p A
1 . M. before
1
May 9-11
NEW GOODS.
AT
J. A. Roynolds & Sons'
MIDDLETOWN.
H AVING replenished our Stoek with a large I
And complete assortment of Spring and
Summier Goods, we are uow enabled to offer
•xtra inducements to the people of Middletown
and vicinity, as the following list of prices of
some of our leading articles will show,
Calicoes at 10, 12* and 14 cents per yard. 1
B'd Muslins 10 12*, 15, 20 and 25
Unbleached do 10 12*
5-4 Pillow Oase do 25
1
,
14, 1G and 20 44 44
31, and 37* 44 44
Am'r land Russian Crash, 12*, 15, and 18 44 44
American Ginghams 12*, 15, and 20 44 44
Tickings 25, 35, and 45 " "
P E SS GOODS.
American Lawns 20, 22, and 25
Jaeonfet do 31, 37*, and 45
Plaid and Fig. Cambrics 22, 25 and 31 44 11
American Detains 20 22 and 25 44 "
All Wool do 37*. 45, and 50 44 "
Black and Colored Alpacas 50 to 90 44 "
Silk-Mixed Jcall Wool Poplins 75 to 1,25 44 44
1*'; yard
..
—.. - .
CoatmgS and Cassimeres. I Ç:
A splendid stuck of 0-1 Coatings and Clonk
mgs, consisting of Tricots, Piques, Doe-Skins,
Ac., in Black and Fancy Colors, ranging in
price from $1 50 to 56 00 per vnrd!
8U ' 251 1
NOTIONS, Ac.
Spool Cotton
Knitting do
5, 8 and 10 cts per Spool, i
to?'!*!: I
Hdkfs'
Ladies, Misses, and Children's White Cotton
Hose a 12*, 15, 25, 37* and 50 cents per pair.
Ladies and Misses Hoop Skirts a 50, 75, $1 00
$1 25, $1 50 each.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Lasting Gaiters
and $2,50 per pair.
51,25, $1,50, $2,00
Misi|fd' Lasting Gaiters a $1,00, $1,25, $1,50
and $ ,75 per pair.
Gcnjts' and Boys Lasting gaiters a $2,00, $2,50
$3,00 and $3,50 per pair.
Gents' Calf Boots $5,00 $5,50 and $ 0.00
28 , and 31 cts.
pur
pair.
G O OB EIES.
Brown and White Sugars at 12*, 14
, at d 18 cents
Laeuuyra and
16, 1«,
17
lb.
Bio
Coffees
25,
per lb.
Green and Black Teas $1,00 $1,25 $1,50 nnd
$2,00 |>cr lb.
Brown and White »Soups at 6, 8 and 10 cents
per lb,
Mohisses at 50, 62*, 75 and 95 cts. per gallon.
ßm Please call and examine I
JOHN A. REYNOLDS A SONS.
April 25, 1868.
1 - - -
Excelsior Reaper & Mower.
New Yorker Reaper & Mower.
Little Citant Keuper & Mower.
STONER STEEL TOOTH RAKE.
Westinghouse Threshing Machine.
For Sale at the Agricultural Warehouse of
V T Pv A wo
T - KVANS.
Middletown, Del.
Woods' Reaper & Mower.
10,000 SALMOM BRICKS,
lö,OOOA:ied Bricks,
20,000 Hard Bricks.
__
PïàHô FORTE
* ***** W * XX I
öl I
FOR SALE DY
E. T. EVANS.
Middletown, Del.
April 25
O. A H. BARMORE,
MANUFACTURERS,
Workroom«, 348 Bleeoker Btreet, Hew York City.
3Ü *««r* Established, and 27 Prix«
Medals Awarded.
«h?»Jïî5f,.î"Sî;
•nd wheiTTcrtbey hi»
Mil
Hy arknowkdRcd hy
th
lx ■
on» i
■NT
•und* pte-eminrntly
isr.'J!tea w ;
atsioatj» simicm
E v«ry Piano Porte Warranted for 5 Year«, and
to give Satisfaction.
linen of other me
^rarr.
%
be bought elsewhere
0«rpU nos I
to lest ; them
riel« u«ed for
ru
quant Vthnt
publfr rye
mi.*. .... 0 P ,rt *• «lighted i what
SSSSSHr '
psaass
tjr.^end all the p- f ,ul
is?;
U bad In
lUelngf
nailr, an that It
dlfl'ir from the
begin
rd and
I
l*oa
ry d.
CMÎÎ..tel,*lîï?fc,ÎS?' 'if.Sf' a»d
Dar prie» rui|r from w lh * ,ntr
08B0BN MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
«•» Bleeeker Slrewt, N.y -
OSliOltX " J11BD AND ANIMAL CXQES.
jrboM^flManofainMvMlaty ofatyle* nd tnl»b, and
Oauarr. Parrot. Mockin« Bird. Squlrral Ac.
TW
tarwcüwd .taVÄÄ*!? .
Itnte anti New York 8»«lr Fnlrauf |i«7.
«Ult U» lh« Trail*. Stud fur Circular an
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TO FARMERS
I RODONDA GUANO ! !
over I mv. mt _ 7 , _ , _
-1x10 wllCcipCSt Und Best F or
I tilizor in tho Country !
-
T"n l J 0D0N P. A is not n mincrnl pUos
, 'be action of Hulpliunc Acid
.'".««Jcr it soluble>; its great power a. a fertiliser
" !" 1U ,* ?■ u" " 7 ltho "' the «"
the " 'l" 0 ,* " Manipulation'' or Compound of Fish
F ! < / 'pth Mineral Phosphates, the regularity
a ol , . ■« uncertain and dependent upon
not *" d T, r °n d , !hy 1 th " '«one-aty ot the nmnnfactu
T 10 ft°' lo,1,lft 18 j} 1 ure . Natural Guano, *z
^ rccuto Jf e wf or Ç"ic mattersufficiently
V ' ftH „.f 8 floU ?' ,MI ? 8 ? ,d io consumers in
,,n l ,or *® d -
, J. he P. ncc «' 'h° Rodonda Guano is not the
lu,sl '".".'"Portant in these days ot agricultural
competition and pecuniary embarrassment. The
Very Low Price at which it can be sold places it
within the reach of every farmer, and avoids the
I™ 1 !"'' large loss frequently incurred hy failures
ot the crops in the purchase of high priced fer
tilizers.
The results of its use during the past year are
most gratifying, as attested by the Certificates of
! the most Intelligent Fanners of our State, from
hy which we select the following :
Baltimore, January 18, 1808. :
I "J have used your Rodonda Guano on my
farm iu Harford county last year in the samepro
| portion as Peruvian mixed with Ground Bone on
m.v Potato ground side by side. I found that the
Potatoes were equally as good a crop on the por
tion of the ground where I used the Rodonda ns
where 1 used the Po
take pleasure in
recommending it to the farmers as a good ferti
lizer.
inn.
JAMES WARDEN.
I pening about two
at least twenty per
that planted alongside,
the land hud bee
manure. 1 am __ _ t vi tcrL
! I t,m '' intend using ft agaïu'.^
. Anne Arundel Co. Md. January 1, 18G8.
. . * received the Rodonda Guauo shipiied nie
last May, which I gave a lair trial on mv tobacco
1 crop, at the rate of about 250
applying it in the hill,
found who
pounds to the acre,
In noting its effects, I
. , «8 used the Tobacco
2® 'P 1 ^ lc, J® r start, growing much faster, ri
. .. .. weeks eqrlier, and producing
cent, more to the acre than
the same day, where
well manured with ham-yard
well pleased with the result
the Guano w
HENRY 0WINGS.
Cedar Hill, Harford Co. Md. Sept. 27, 1867.
I used three tons of Rodonda G
Inst sprinp. side and side with
The différence is
corn
pure bone-dust.
1 one would be
I have hud farmers
I lieve it unless they saw it!*' ^ n °
to come six and seven miles to see mv cron
which I used the Rodouda Guano It suruassed
all the corn in the neighborhood no matter what
kind of fertilizers were used." '
THm*fA<3 Qumicnv
1 1UÜMAS SMITHSON.
m , Baltimore, January 20 , 1868.
1 'J**" *"e Rodonda Guano upon Corn, which
1 planted in the spring of 1807, with much suo
cess. The Guano was applied in the hill on the
, poorest portion of my farm and yielded a better
crop than the richest part did without Guano. I
l VI "'' 0US fc *'" ll *crs on my (arm in.Anne
Arundel county, and considered the Rodonda
Guano equal to any costing double the ritoney
HENRY DUVALL,
( Of Duvall & Iglehurt.
Denton, Caroline Co. Md. January 21, 18G8.
.. . \ " ,e Rodonda Guano mixed with >
th.rd ot Peruvian, and the result on Corn, bV
ai'prymg two hundred pounds to the acre, hroad
I Ç: 1 »', was lieytmd my expectations, furl raised
pidd li"fore. S * J1 v ' î î , >?.'l vd n i V,'.! ' d . ^ ' l ""'." eTt ' r
tjats I raised a very line Vn y ""
looked h«ui»l 1 <lovtr
tto creek fertinzers oH^ n - 8i,mc limo , tw
1 ÄWäS
compared with that raised from the Rodonda
P. 0. CHERBONNIER, M. D.
of
i -
I Price $32 P er Ton l™ bags or barrels
For Sale by
April 25,—tf
E. T. EVANS.
Middletown, Del.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
..
SOLUBLE
PACIFIC GUANO.
The nt tent ion of Farmers
of Fertilize
d other consumers
. , . w invited to this Guano, «s worthy
of their especial notice. I ts use for several years
m Maryland Virginia, ami other Southern
States, tor all crops, has given it a standard
character for excellence unequalled by any other!
t possesses all the
of Peruvian Guano.
Mit" pen'ianent quniitics not found in thatarti
ele. .50 lbs, of this Guano arc found more 4 than
_7 ' '! ot the hot Super-phosphates.
I npau the crop fromylc« to ,,;r„ ,1,,,, earlier than
lahle advautages " f " 1 " IO ' U ' giV ™ il
It
Woodliiwn, near Easton, Md.-l
, , , Juno 28, 1866. f
i ,, — 1 ho general appearance of thcslraw
'here J ocific Gun no was
,« 11.1 .... .V ppliudat the rate of
hv 'V ,l\ b '\ , '" r m;ro - w " s """ I"'"duced
by the well klioivn, hut uow liule used Peruvian
Guano. Tins, you understand, refers toad
ÄÄÄttÄÄ
fT", u^teS
" u ^^l'ba(ra o/iime. * * 1 wus able
£ c,, . t f he 0tt . r,u * 8t I applied the Guano, and
in a. lute variety ut wheat, the guanoed half was
not only lit to cut sooner, but was saved from
p.,XStiÄi:XS hü8 £ l,M F ïtfoë
ÎLÏÏi Z
ll "Î l> 5' r "'j" n Guano. * * i„ conclusion, 1
thiLt**! pacific Guano to nil the supcrphosplui'tes
"Ult I have used, because it is more active ami
prompt nuts effects, and quite as durable.
pens ivheat earlier, thereby in some seasons sa
'ing a crop, especially of the late varieties, from
injury from rust." * * » 1
Yours
:ed
It ri

J. L. ADKINS.
Bonnet's Point, near Queenstown Md. >
June 25th, 1866. J
Metre. John S. Rate ,j- Co.
The Pacific Quam I bought of you last Fall, I
applied on- my wheat crop, as follows : On 011 c
form on tho first seeding I applied three tons nt
*"« rat * °* *wo hundred pounds to the acre, then
flrSX-ÄKÄ«
plied tlie Guano grew off faster and looked bet
ter throughout the winter and spring, and is now
t»y far the best wheat I have. 1 shall commence
cutting it to morrow, as it has -ripened at least
six days sooner than where I put the Phosphate. •
Un my home plantation, I applied three tons of
Phosphate on the first seeding, and followed with
„V ( f, Uftno - , T . he ■»'»<■* q»antUy per acre ns above
and the result is the same, and I consider it the
very best fertilizer ever used. Thus, you' see I
have given it a fair trial, and I shall continue to
use it as long as I can have
being Hie satne article.
I am, gents, yours, very respectfully,
8, Oole Tilgiimav.
E. T. EVANS,
Middletow'n, Del.
any assurance of its
For sale by
April 25, tf.
PUBLIC SALE.
rpilE undersigned will sell at the Hotel of L. R.
i Davis, Middletown, Del. on *
SATURDAY, MAY 16th. 1868,
The Wood Leave of 221 Aores of Land
upon the Levels, adjoining the lands of Mrs. L.
R. Ro til well, and others. The Wood and Tim
•e White, Black, ami Spanish Oak, Hickory,
The tenant on the Form, Mr. Joseph W.
Price, will show the tract to any one wishing to
view it. °
1 will divide the tract in lots to suit purchas
ers Terms cosy, sale positive.
her
\r.
WM. REYNOLD.S.
H. T. Ridiu.r, Auctioneer.
Newark May 2—2t.
CARRIAGES!
CARRIAGES!
CARRIAGES!
or
Acid
Fish
*z
in
the
The
it
the
fer
are
of
:
my
on
the
ns
McLoar & Kendall
EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURERS
AT TREIB
IHummvIh Establishment,
Ninth and King Streets,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE,
Have now in stock the finest lot of Carriages ever
offered for sale in Delaw are, and at prices which
w ill astonish all who call.
The latest style of
BUGGIES,
and all kinds of
FANCY CARRIAGES
at greatly reduced rates. Warranted iu every
respect as good as the Best.
GIVE US A CALL.
SAVE MONEY!.
CARRIAGES !
in
CARRIAGES ! !
nie
CARRIAGES I ! !
April 25tli—3mos.
I
NAUDAIN & BROTHER
OP TIIE WELL KNOWN
CHEAP CORNER,
O FFER to the public a most desirable stock
of Dry Goods, which they purchased before
the advance, and will sell at a small profit, Warn
asu t ta, Williainsvillc, and all leading makes l,.
bleached and brown Muslins, 5-4, 9-4 and 10-4
Sheetings, and a fine Stock of Prints fast colors
at 12 \ cents. An attractive line of
Dress Goods,
Consisting of Alpacas, Poplins, Mohairs and
Wool De Lnins, and a nice stock of
Of
WHITE GOODS.
We have a fine stock of Spring
CLOTHS, COATINGS,
anil fancy CASSIMERES,
1
make a specialty.
Boots & Shoos, Selling Low,
Just receiving sewed and pegged BOOTS AND
öIIOES. Ladies and Misses Button and Congress
Gnitefs, from the munùfactürers, all to besold at
small advance.
CARPETS, STRAW MATTINGS AND
COCOA MATS.
A full line W ALL PAPER, at city prices.
Mackerel, Herring and Shad, always on hand.
ALL WE ASK IS A CALL, AND SnOW
UOUDS WITH GREAT PLEASURE.
NAUDAIN A BRO.
Middletown.
April 18—ly
TURBINE WATER WHEEL,
D R. T. J. KINDLKBKRGER'S IstMt impro
ved patent.
Double Centre-Vent Buckeye
TURBINE
WATER "WHEEL,
Patented November 4th, 1862, and July 11th
1805. WM. H. SPRATT, Millwright,
.. Cherry Hill, Cedil county, Md.
GENERALAGENT
April 11, 1868—ly
COAL OIL.
It
COAL OIL.
'lUlKJW'CSAFEST,'*^ JUT Best,and
, CHEAPEST OIL,*ts^ for Illuminat
ing sur poses in the market.
WE GUARANTEE IT
TO BE
M&'ALL THAT IS REPRESENTED,
AND
At L«m C«Nt to Dealer«,
Jt*' TUAN CAN BE PURCHASED -ter
In thia or the Philadelphia Market.
GIVE US A CALL.
Thompson Jk. Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in COAL OIL,
LARD SrERM WHALE OILS,
S. W. Corner of 2d and Market Streets,
WILMINGTON, Del.
of
1
:ed
MERCHANTS
I
c
Who desire to keep and sell a safe and reliable
Burning Oil, nflees cost than can be purchased
with er ®' W ° Uld d ° W011 10 Cal ' ° r conin """ ca tc
Thompson & Go.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ill Burning Oil
, Lubricating Oil, Turpentine, Ac. '
S. W. Corner 2d and Market Streets,
WILMINGTON, Del.
April 25—ly.
FOR RENT.
A r'° - ' wo 8,or J rrame Dwelling, with,
if? - . . r '' lr,,t ' n attached, situated at the
Brick Mill, about one mile and a half from Mid
dletown. A good Stable is attached to the prem
ises. Possession given on the first day of May
AÜ P -, y oï\rte WM - MYERS,
April 25-tf-* ôn the premises.
fob s ale.
A SUPERIOR GERMANTOWN WAGON
-fX ncart y new, made to order, with tongue and
shafts, and in complete order Price $175
May be seen at
WM. RHODK'S
Carriage Shop,
Odessa, Del.
April 25-3w
GEORGE M. PATCHEN.
This thorough bred trotting Howe
will stand for Mares the ensuing,
Insurance, one mare, $ 30 , two
$28 each, three mare« $26 each, four
mares $26 each.
leason.
mares
JAMBS T. SnALLCROSS.
March 14—3m
Delaware Rail Road Lino.
Mummer Arrangement.
a |n mm mier öunuAt, April 12th, 18G8,
W Passenger Trains will run as follows, until
further notice :
Train leaving Crisfiold 2.45 A. M will
every morning, except Mondav.
Trains Sunday« excepted.
run
All other
NORTH,
Leave Crisfiold, 2 45 A. M.
41 Marion,
" Kingston,
" Westover,
" Prin. Anne, 3 30
14 Eden
44 Forktown
44 Salisbury 4 05
44 Del mar
44 Laurel 4 30
44 Scaford 4 45
44 Bridgeville 5 00
41 Greenwood
44 Farmington
44 Harrington 5 30 7 00
44 Felton "
44 Plymouth
44 Canterbury
44 Wil. Grove
44 Camden
44 Dover
44 Moorton
44 • Bren ford
44 Smyrna
44 Clayton 6 30 8 20
44 Sassafras It'd
4 4 Blackbird
44 Townsend
44 Middleton 7 05
44 Mt Pleasant
44 St Georges
44 Bear
44 New Castle 7 45
Arrive Wilm. 8 03 a. m
44 Philad'a 0 30 44
7 30 A. M.
8 00
8 20
8 45
9 20
9 45
10 05
10 30
10 45
11 05
11 30
11 50
12 00 M.
12 15 P. M.
12 35
12 60
A. M.
7 15
7 20
1 00
7 20
00
7 25
1 05
7 35
1 15
6 05
7 50
1 30
8 05
1 45
8 10
1 A5
8 05
I BO
2 05
2 10
8 35
8 40
9 00
9 10
9 25
9 35
2 20
2 30
2 45
2 55
3 10
!
3 25
3 45
10 15
1 45 A. Nf.
44 Baltimore 1 15 r. u 1 15 P. M.
4 05
5 40 P.M
8 00 "
SOUTH.
8 30 a.m. 3 30 P.M. 5 00 p.M
2 15
Leave Philad'a
44 Baltimore 7 25
44 Wilm 10 10
44 New Castle 10 30
44 Bear
44 St Georges 11 00
44 Mt Pleasant 11 15
44 Middleto'n 11 35
44 Townsend 11 45
44 Blackbird 11 50
14 Sassafras
11 Clayton
Arrive Smyrna
Leave llreiitord
44 Moorton
44 Dover
44 Camden
44 Wil. Grove 1 05
44 Canterbury 1 10
44 Plymouth 1 10
Felton 1 20
44 Harrington 1 40
44 Farmington 1 55
44 Greenwood 2 05
44 Bridgeville 2 15
44 Sea ford
44 Laurel
44 Delmar
44 Salisbury 3 40
44 Forktown 4 00
44 Eden
44 Prin. Anne 4 50
44 Westover 5 10
44 Kingston 5 30
44 Marion
Arrive Crisfield G 05 1 *.
2 15
5 05
5 25
6 30
G 50
10 50
V 15
7 30
to
by
at
the
for
ly
try
you
7 40
G 15
8 00
8 10
8 15
12 00 m.
12 05 p. m. 6 40
12 15
12 10
12 20
12 40
12 50
8 25
8 30
G 50
8 40
8 35
8 45
7 10
9 05
9 15
9 20
9 30
9 30
7 55
9 50 p. m.
8 20
2 35
8 40
2 55
8 55
3 10
9 30
4 15
10 00
10 10
5 45
10 45 p. m.
Arrive Crisfield G 05 1 *.
10 45 p. m.
Nxw Casti.b Trains.— Iæbvc New Gastlo for
Wilmington
and on
d Philadelphia nt
ndays at 7 45 A. M. L
S hia 12 00 M. and Wilmington 1
ew Castle.
•Smvhna Branch Trains.—A dditional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 11 45 A. M.
6. 15 and 8 10 P. M. Leave Clay ton for Smyrna,
8 40 A. M. and 2.10 P. M. to make connection
with traius to and from Dover, and Stations
South. Also, traiu will leave Smyrna at 6. 15
A. M. Sundays and .Mondays excepted, to con
nect with express, aud return leaving Clavton
at 6 45 A.M. 6 J
Trains leaving Crisfield at 2 45 A. M., and
Wilmington going South at 5 05 P. M. will run
II» close connection with Steamboats to Norfolk
and Portsmouth and Express Trains to and from
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. Thev
will stop on the Delaware Railroad Line only at
principal stations at which their time is stated,
fixeept that Steamboat Train South will let off
passengers from Baltimore at any station to which
they have tickets.
2 05 P. M —
ave Philadel
15 P. M. for
E. Q. SEW ALL,
Superintendent Delaware R. R.
April 18.
Whann's Super Phosphate,
EHODES' SUPEE PHOSPHATE,
MoroPhillips' Superphosphate.
CroaHdulc'8 Super Pbotplmle,
HEWKS' SUPER PHOSPHATE,
COE'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE.
BAUGH S CHICAGO BONE,
BERGER & BUTE'.
PERUVIAN GUANO,
PACIFIC GUANO.
RODUNDA GUANO.
SCHUYLKILL LIMB,
WHIGIITS VILLE LIME,
CHESTER VALLEY LIME.
LODI POUDRETTE.
FOR SALE BY
April 11.
E. T EVANS.
BLACKSMITHINO- AND
"Wheelwrighting.
fT^IIE undersigned have commenced the above
business in Middletown, corner of Main and
Anderson streets, and solicita share of the pub
lic patronage. They flatter themselves that their
work cannot be surpassed. The Blacksmithiug
will l>e conducted by John C. Vandenhraak, and
the Wheclrighting department by J. Lean by.
Wagon, Plow and all kinds of country work
and Coach Smithing, done to order.
ßST* Repairing neatly aud promptly
• Special attention given to the repairing.
All work warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
JOHN C. VANDKNBRAAK,
LEAUBY & LEE.
attended
to
April 11th, 1868—3mo
FARMERS AND THRESHERMEN
Look to Your Interest,
A B V>' TI ' E WHKEI.ER and MELICK
^ Threshing Machines, ( of Albany, New
York, ) acknowledged by all to be the best in
and lor sale by
use
A. J. MJCHKNER, Gcnl. Agent.
ah a* 1- I Jo ttin b r,il "'b Occil county, Md.
All Machines Warranted to give entire satis
faction, or iuay be returned after a reasonable
time tor trial. Repairs constantly on hand.
Also Agent for the Keystone Clover Huiler
April, 1 l-3m
®
Choice Hot-Bed Plants
• OF ALL KINDS.
F OR 8ale by the Doren, Hundred or Tbouaaad.
Plants of the Best Varieties And very hardy.
HKNRY CLAYtGN,
Two milre West of Mount l'leasant.
April 25-4t-*
W. M. KENNARD,
or TUB WILL KNOWS
DRY GOODS AND CARPET HOUSE,
oflhr« to the buying pah lie ana of là« mut desir
able «ssortmout of
GOODS 'iWr
ever displayed by thia old established house.
Buying for CASH, selling
the same terms,
Purcliailmr from Aral Hands,
AS WILL AS
Importing some Styles of Goods,
all combined, gives him many advantages
usual with retail stores.
not
A LARGE STOCK,
PLENTY OF LIGHT,
No Misrepresentation of Goods,
AND LOW PRICES
«re SOME of the inducements held forth
to buyers.
January 4, 1868—Gm
628 HOOP SKIRTS. 628
W ILUAM T. HOPKIN S "own make " o
Keystone Skirt*," are the best and cheap
est Ixiw Priced Hoop Skirls in the market. Trail
Skirls, 25 springs, *1.00; 30 springs, *1.20 ; and
40 springs, $.45. Plain Skirts, 6 tapes, 20 springs.
80 cents; 25 springs, 95 cents; 30 springs, $1.15;
and 35 springs, $1.25. Warranted in every rented.
make of Union Skirts, Elcveu Ta|a
Trails, from 20 to 50 springs, $1.20 to $2.50.
Plain, Six Tapes, 20 to 50 springs, from 95 cents
to $2 00. These Skirts are better than those sold
by other establishments as first class goods, and
at much lower prices.
Our own make of Champion Skirts are in every
Our
way superior to all other Hoop Skirts before the
public, and only hare to Tic examined or worn to
convince every one of the fact. Manufactured of
the best linen-finished English 8tecl Springs,
very superior tapes, and the style of the metalic
fastenings and manner of securing them surpass
for durability and excellence any other Skirt in
this country, and are lighter, more elastic, will
wear longer, give more satisfaction, and are real
ly cheaper than all others. Every lady should
try them. They are being sold extensively by
Merchants throughout this and the adjoining
sûtes, at very moderate prices. If you want the
liest, ask for"Hopkin's Champion Skirt."
you do not find them, gst the merchant with
whom you deal to order them for you, or come
or send direct to us. Merchants will find
different ^-ades of Skirts eymtly what they need,
and we especially invite them to call and examine
our eiteusive assortment, or send for Wholesale
Price List.
To be had at Retail at Manufactory, and of the
Retail Trade generally, and at Wholesale of the
Manufacturer only, to whom all orders should be
addressed. Manufactory and Salesroom, C28
Auch Strebt, between 6th and 7th streets
Philadelphia. WM. T. HOPKINS. '
March 14—4m
If
R EGISTER'S OFFICE,
Niw CxtTLB Cocbtt, March 9th, 186*.
Upon the application of Jamea Ginn, and Wil
liams. Cleaver, Adminiatraton of William Ginn
late of Appoquinimink Hundred, it «aid county
deeeaaed ; it u ordered and directed by the Reg)
ieter that the Adminietratort afioreeaid, give no
tice of the granting of Letter* of Administration
upon the Estate of the deeeaaed, with the date of
granting thereof, by earning advertisement« to be
pouted within forty days from the date of such
Letter», in lix of the molt public places of the
County of New Cajtle, rcqniriog all peraonx hav
ing demand] againat the Estate, to present the
.same, or abide by an Act of Auembly io auch
case made uud profidfd. And also cause the
same to be inverted within the same period in the
MiDnixrowx Tn.a«cnin, a newspaper publiihed
in Middletown, and to be continued therein two
months.
Given under the hand and Seal of of
L. a. V fice of the Rogiater aforeaaid, at New
Caatle, in New Caatle County aforeaaid,
the day and year above written.
M R- 0. FRAIM, Register.
NOTICE. All persons having' claims against
the Estate of the deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Administrators on or before
March 9th, 1869, or abide the Act of Assembly
in such case made and provided
JAMES GINN,
WILLIAM S. CLEAVER.
. ,, _ . „ Administrators.
Address—Head of Sassafras, Kent Co. Md.
March 14—2 m
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
I hereby give notice that I will attend, for
m p settling with the SCHOOL COM
M13TLES of the res)>e€Üve counties a« follows :
At Georgetown, Sussex county, on the 13th,
14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th day« of April.
At Dover, Kent County, on the 27th, 28th.
29th and 30th days of April.
At New Castle, New Caatle county, on the
11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th days of May.
To avoid confusion and the detention of Com
mittees over one day, settlements will be made
with the districts in the following order :
For Sussex Coubtt.— April 13th, No*. I to
30, inclusive; April 14th, 31 to 60, inclusive;
April 15th, Nos. 61 to 90, inclusive; April 16th,
Nos. 91 to 120, inclusive; April 17th, N
aud upwards. ,
Fob Kent County.—A pril 27th, Nos. 1 to 30,
inclusive; April 28th, Nos. 31 to 60 , inclusive;
April 29th, Nos. 60 to90 inclusive; April 30th,
Nos. 91 and upwards.
Fob New Cxstub County. —May 11th, Nos. 1
to 30, inclusive; May 12th, Noa. 31 to 60, inclu
sive ; May 13th, Nos. 61 to 90, inclusive.
ROBERT LAMBDEN,
Auditor of Accounts.
os. 121
April 4-tf
on
THE WORLD'S
Combined Mower & Reaper,
TH* VERY BBST IK TH* WORLD.
THE ECONOMT
Wood Tooth Self-Delivering Hay and
drain Bake.
Por Sal« by • •
- - j. T. BUDD.
/^RDKRS are being received for the above new
W and superior machinery, and a limited ûum
j on, T c*« ! >e supplied this «eason. Send vour
ders at once. Gall and examine them.
for Bconomy Rake wanted, to
whom a libera! commission will be allowed.
March 7—tf
To
,
of
port
PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING,
TMPERVIOU8 to Warm» a*o Sraa* aim no
racTLY Fnu Pooov. Forming a «olid sheet of
ate, without seam or joint, large os the surfhee
covered. Light, durable aud cheap. Send for a
W e t giving full particulars.
H
The
P*T
r roofing
promptly attended to.
„ . _ _ ROBERT ATKINSON.
No. 5 Weet Fourth St. Wilmington, Del.
April 4-3ra
liiiKi: is \o
MANU 1! E
R
SO PERMANENT AS
4 $S»RAW BONES,
VHQML WHICH I« HAU«
WHA-ISrNTS
RAW B0ME Supor "Phosphate.
w
Warranted PwScSy Part' mit! Free
from Ad a Itérât inn*
B
Estahlislmd
excellent Fertilizer by
years wf coys tust use. and highly rect
mended by all uho have used it as
O
A Great Crop Producer,
A N D FK U M A N E N T i 51 P II0 Vit It OF TU E SOIL.
Every Fan
not
N
r Should l T sc It.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
E
WALTON, VI UA W fc to.
MANUFACTURERS,
Wilmington, Del,
s
E. T. EVAN'S. Agent,
.Mi«Idlcti v
Feb 15—I y
m, Del.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
Tho*. II. Nct'i
MMglMy**
PATENT CORN DROPPER.
T HIS Droppvr
one-hull' tile time
of dropping corn.
It will drop right ii
It can he set to overage any uuuihel
of grains desired to n hill.
It can he regulated to scatter the
drop
o
ill ponitivtilv savo
b* 1 old w
the ert
less in the hill
corn mort
it all i
windy
thing
blown about while d
All-wlm huv
..."
.
I
h if desired.
In
•«father this Dr
ceded, as the
« just Un
• pe;
cauuot In
m
I
Pl'Hlff.
sell tl
Droppers llUf
that lhe cor
the
agree
comes up mor
and there is lei
cause they droj
of grains to a
sure to be iu the c
ered alike.
Every Dropper i
do all that is herei
or they will be take
money refuudetl.
regularly after them,
re-pluming tu do, be
•e regular
umber
hill, ami
grain is
In
they are
clai
:
k iiml the
I'rlce M.-Jâ.
J»*-Please rend the following eertifieat« fruin
some of the mont emiiieut farmers of DdaWau- •
Nrah Summit Buiuuk, Del. J Jatvh 13, lm»G.
This is to certify that l hav
ears McComuigb
's Butent (
Dropper,

be
'
to his intere
greatly
B. T. BIGGS.
lo
Middlktow
Thomas B. McConauu
experience iu dropping!
Corn Dropper, we hin«
greut saving to
with better
March 15, 18Gl
\Iter litre.
rn with v
d their'»
Patent
a: to be a
of dropping.
m , . . . »n«»r in which
they do their work, and we think w* baw had
less re-planting to do since we baw Wn «pintr
tlism. H. A. Cochrns, Jr., J. F. ffibow B V
Hanson, R. R. Cschras, William Wilson W A
Cochran, W.Greeu. 1 A *
er the old
tisfuction in the
of
This i* to rerlifv that we, the sadereigned,
having used Tli.imae B MiB'onanght-r'] Patent
Cora Dropper», hare fnuad ttiewi. alter trial, to
be a valuable and lnh«r-wivi»g invention,
think formers will find it to their interest to une
them. Wbi. Hiyhold, W»i. r. Tnlinan
Jr. J. A. Reynold», Jr. W. Flimhane. Merit Hub)
bell, James Karielv, Jr. Jo«. T. Griffith B (iil.hs
N.T. Sevil, J. h: Hofosher, It T. f'orhrn
W. Crawford, J. .1. I.mkwo.id, Ttms. S. Me
S. W. Stewart, T. Carlisle, (Jeurgv G. Kir.
D. Melvin. J. Stewart, George Dervirkson, W . R
Lockwood, Win. I). Cornog, T. M. Rivine. \V
N. Wilson. ('.Crow, Samuel Hsmho. T. Murphv
Calvin Jones. John C. Speer. Wm. S. Mote
I*. Coclfrnn, B. K. Kanely, Josepli Grilfith.
For sale by
JOHN A. REYNOLDS * SONS, Agents
March 7—3m Middleton '
We
J.
ett.
h.
m.
Del.
COMPLETE MANURE,
MAXITACTU
BV
HENRY ROWER. Ffeilndrlphla.
MADE mo«
Super-Phosphate of Lime, Am
monia and Potash.
W ARRANTED free fre
ed iu bags of 2uu fbs. each.
adulteration. 1
-
per ton 2.000 lbs. Liberal diwount to dealers, j
It has raised good eropa of Wheat, Corn, tints
Potatoes, Cotton, ('«raw, Tobuceo and Teg»tal i« s
of ull kinds. Farmers would do well h» inquire
of their nearest dealer in fertilizers as to the re
sults obtained from the use of Complete M
The growing crops of Wheat,
attest its virtues.
We h
that it it
mend it highly
Grass.
l this time, freely
numerous testimonials
invaluable Fertilizer, a
tup dressing for Wheat
the effect
<1
DIXON, 8IIARPLKNS A (•<
Sole Agents. 39 S. Water St. & 40 S. Win
Philadelphia.
For sale by
WM. REYNOLDS,
79 South »Street, Baltimore, Md.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS k »SONS
Middled»
Also, by
March 7
Del.
HARNESS MAKING.
f|^IIK undersigned lmvii
J- making ut
ODESSA, DEL.
*d to furiiiHh ci
ig commenced Harntss
Is prep,
on the
y article ii
ity and country ju: iitics hi?
promise that
ALL IHS WORK WILL BE OF THU
W BEST ^r.lA/'/T. ,>jf
And gives him confidente to solicit a sh:
public patronage.
His Shop i
formerly
oof tho
Mai
stnot, in the house
îUpiiul by Joseph Taw
\\ y. t. gaLlaher.
April 25—tf.
SHERIFFALTY.
To the Dnnorr.i/lr I ot.
'J Kerr Cootie County:
, _ „ n-qhrat'of m.inv friends
Ioffcr 'Iiysor ns n candidate for the nomination
of bhcriff of New ('asile C
myself to give a hearty nnd an
port to the successful Nominee.
Grtm.r.mx :_At Hie
nty. Fledging
indiridcd sup
w ., . „ , RDMUNI) b. frazku
Wilmington. February 17, 1868
tn
LIVERY STABLE.
H orses and carriages f„ r hire .t the
Stable» of L. R. Dari»' Middletown Hotel
The borecs are .afe, nnd carefbl drivers will hr
provided when desired. Terms moderate Aiv
P*T to TH08. MriilMT.
Jan I.—v
!
of
AI r|,.- .Slabh-s.
3
«? /•
M 5*
O'
I ■'>
HOWE Sewing Msnhinnl
auHL'FAertuxD nr
THU HOWE UiCUINK
-BUA8 HOVE , JE.,—
FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERA
THE GIIEAT PRIZE,
1
ct.
E.ro.iT.o*
Free
Awarded
Eicht y-two Competitor«.
TUK HIGHEST PREMIUM.
THE ONLY CROCS OF TIIE
_ LEGION OW
HONOR AND OOLD MEDAL.
by
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No. 4 Sui
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I n a ye f-rrpEj^D
years, it hod destroyed my Vi>*«- and smelling—
luijiuirod my oud hearing. In nix week» I
nave btM-i) untilely cured. For humanity'» sake I
w*lj «end the l ocije' for the bimnlu rciueilv used,
Pusi'AUK FJUùJf, tu ail ufliicted. TIukm) winhiug or
neediug the eante, will please aditres». '
JAb. T. HOLDEN. Station D.
bible iloun
u». V.
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- -• t* CriuoliuM -
-A I** Charming for LiglitnoM,
fjpidttlUMtfll'M
I'rowM <'r4«M»lia«a
A jo Hujmmtlu tar Elu«tlc4tj,
-iiiuoliui*
Aro uduiquallud fur DurnbUUj.
i i *h u Giu«Mu«i,
- -r«l, me «la- l*a»l i ai Um« w«d4. dQ
wkii-Iy La^ji Uwu «Sbet .
A t wholotagJo by
THOMSON, LANODON * Co..
SSI Hcualviy
N«w Tort.

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HOWE'S
•MCRJPTIOK or SCALE m*
■a t» eu. cluar
HOWK SCALE CO .
9 Fifk Pit»«. Ntw r«s
Ul FoUenü *t.. DmCml
(K8TAI1I.I8HKO IN 1835.)
FIRST PRIZE GOLD ICED AX.
Awarded by tbe American Isvtltnte, lev Tori«
1867, to
SCHÜTZE & LÜD0LFF,
FOR THE BEST
PIANO FORTES.
Bole Mann for turn* of Qraod and Square Pa too«
Monitor Piute Fiuno Forte«, with
DOUBLE IRON FRAME.
A COMPLETE PROTECTION AGAINST WET,
COLD OK HOT CLIMATE.
(Patented February UUtli, ISM.)
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEAR8.
tVnrcroAinh, 4.Vi Rn
wr Mt., New York.
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TIi»
Mr
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Hr
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by th
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laced by IU
Power and Sweotnee« of Tone, Easy and Agmabl«
Touch and Beauty of Finish.
»I Judge* to L«
pit
Iu

relier
ThalhGTR;
n.
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ky
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me
NEW'YORK PIANO FORTE
COMPANY.
(CUAHTEKEn MARCH, Il*>4.)
Manufacturer« of
i
,GRAND AND SQUARE
Agraffe Piano-Fortes.
IVo. 3-10 nnd 342 Mecond Art««*,
(CORNEK OF Sût b STREET.)
new youk.
Bead for descriptive Catalogue aud Prioe
those BEAtmrtn.
NEW YORK ^ *
SILICATE BOOK SLATES,
•t |*ubll»l»iHl in thf moat «ttrartl«e «tv I««. Ob. m
jt
■ ft*:*« itlfi* FIVE PRIOR I 4 I»T.
Oollogo, 8chool, ami Moroaatile Bssk Blate«.
(WITH VU
BOOK SLATE. ( f
QUARTZ ROCK fel.ATlü.
CLOTH BIXDIR
POCKKT
0B.YBTAL|BOOK 6UTR,
SILICA BOOK BLATR
«• 40 b»
'
«aLFRitrlaeealf.-narlia«»,
g*^wal pnr^m, wSt%
Sn,KX BOOK SLATK.
i ". I - ...
*
âTONK BOOK PLATE
, : 900K'flï.ATK! , '"' H
KASynit.» .„a ,.i .f,»
«0
flint book blate
< l«?»l«T, «toté l. ,ta S '* ,r 811
ponett,
■nwuTmT ° fth
Bv*Tjt hsMiy
Jim (hr »hl
Agt*4l imn wnnt .1 for I hi* Connl>
lew York Bilioaie Book
f«r »he
'V
vicia t
Will b* Kilt, (rrciteW by
V» u qoirk M ,
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U
rt «rpir »tkM_
S. Standard Scales. Railroad,
Pin norm, ami Grocers ftcat«B
' . AH (J
• V.Mk.
! >
r.
>11
Coal
of
V
!•< Warranted.
May 2 Elliot
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