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rt'DUSUED EVERY SATURDAY,
BY HENRY VAN HERFORD.
Office corner Main and Scott streets, over
D. L. Dunning's Hook ami Variety Store.
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Middletown Tkanecrii'T, Middletown, Del.
JEÖ- All litte
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS.
4S
mmsÊÊÉmâeeÊtmiÊma^
THE DIAMOND STATE
Thresher and Cleaner
W E call the attention of Farmers to our im
proved Diamond State Thresher and Clea
ner, with double acting Separator. The practi
cal operation of these machines is such as will
warrant us in advising those wanting Threshers
and Cleaners to examine ours before purchasing
elsewhere. We manufacture three sizes, No. 1,
36 inch cylinder, No. 2, 30 inch cylinder, No.
3, 26 inch cylinder. They
terials aud workmanship, and
Warranted to Suit Purchaser!*.
of the best inu
Large or small powers can be used to drive them
as desired. Galvanized sheet iron is used for
S v s and Shaker bottoms. They arc unequakd
in strength; durability and ease of running,
doing their work rapidly and in the best manner.
The machine is a model of simplicity in its con
struction and operation, and the price of it below
that of others in the market. The double shaker
srparates all the grain from the straw, none is
wasted, and the crimped sieves and the peculiar
motion of the fan shoe makes it a cleaner unsur
passed. The shoe can easily be detached from
the separator and the machine used as a Thresh
er and Separator alone. Two and three Horse
Endless Chain Railway Powers with steel hear
ings—Pelton and.other Lever Powers. Send for
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Address—
May t3—3m
CASIIO k Co. Newark, Del.
Joel Pusey, General Agt.
CONDITIONS FOR
The War Between the States ;
Its Causes. Character, Conduct
And Results,
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from his position as second officer of the Confed
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JOHN A. LOOBY,
Agent.
May 23—tf
WOOL MANUFACTURING.
F ARMERS and Others, having wool to manu
facture, will find it their interest to call at
Hbrmstkad Factory on Mill Creek, where special
attention will be paid to manufacturing Cloths,
Cassimeres, Kerseys, Blankets, Stocking Y
Ac. and with skilled workmen, and increased
facilities, a guaarantee is given, that the work
will be done in a proper manner, and at reason
able prices. Full market price paid i
Wool at the Factory. Also
of Superior Goods, Yarn &c. ut very low prices.
Orders left at G. Worrell's store, 220 Market St.
Wilmington, will be promptly attended to. Wool
sent by rail, and directed to me, and directions
by mail with careful description of goods wanted,
will be carefully attended to.
i
cash for
hand a good line
THOMAS WORRELL,
809 Tatnall St. Wilmington, Del.
May 23—lmo.
J UST received a new lot of Mackerel, Shad and
Herring, to be sold low.
Feb 28
NAUDAIN & BRO.
a. & H. BAB,MORE,
MANUFACTURE 1(8,
Wara-roomi, 348 Bleecker Street, New York City.
33 Yea
CCntabliaked, aud 37 Pria«
lîlcdnln Awarded.
Oar Piano Portos
universally acknowledged by
be tlie^Best lnNiiufortured.
the moat
at and« preeminently to tboaenf other
great ancceM achieved, and Improvem
they have been I
orcl I» thrlr f,
nta inutle by us I
finit t laae Plano
can a (Ton
I'M than a a
bought elic where
Ev«ry Piano Forte Warranted for 6 Years, and
to give Satisfaction.
Our Pl&noa
tie to I
«art are thoroughly
can be procured. N
ed, and oftli
la alighted i
the q puhlK
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will hew
vigilance. Every part
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tly. faithfully and
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ryday,)lnnar
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driicatr. purr in ita
t^and hu all the u
deal
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OSBOKN MANUPAOTUBINQ COMPANY,
100 Bleecker Street, I». V
" oenoiut " Hinu and animai, cages.
. ""l 5Ä SS'nM!: te,V>.V„ 0rtl * ep » rt ' C™*
jr|ii».c.r«. , .of.pMt,.ri.ty or . 1 , 1 « Bn i, 6i ,, d
Canary. Parrot. Mockin* Bird, Snulrrel <ko.
■nrwrlor manner; ao r«i«v o» «■•
Fhicli isao fatal I« bird« and animal« —brine »cd
Btbcir conMructlon. Tm ai Vum> Blnfptn
dcre will appreciate thrar pointa of excellence, to be ft
y*»jg r raw , They received the hlghaat_
Im-rtcm iMtltuU md New York State Fain of l
. Liberal dlsrouat to 111« Trade. Stud for Circula
at tb«
d File«
NEW GOODS.
Spring ami Summer • Opening!!
AT
* J. A. Reynolds & Sons'
MIDDLETOWN.
H AVING replenished our Stock with a large
aud complete assortment of Spring and
Summet Goods, we
extra inducements to the people of Middletown
und vicinity, us the following list of prices of
some of our leading articles will show,
Calicoes at 10, 12} and 14 cents per yard.
B'd Muslins 10 12}, 15, 20 and 25 " "
Unbleached do 10 12} 14, 16 and 20 14 44
5-4 Pillow Case do 25, 31, and 37} 4 . 4 44
Am'rand Russian Crash. 12}, 15, and 18 " 44
American Ginghams 12}, 15, and 20 44 44
Tickings 25, 35, and 45
DRESS GOODS.
i uow enabled to offer
American I,awns 20, 22, and 25
Jaconet do 31, 37}, and 45
Plaid and Fijz. Cambrics 22, 25 and 31 "
Detains 20, 22 and
All Wool do 37}, 45, ana r>o " "
Black and Colored Alpacas 50 to 00 " "
Silk-Mixed tall Wool Poplins 75 to 1,25 " "
Coatings and Cassimeres.
per yard.
A meric
A splendid stock of 6-4 Coatings and Cloak
ings, consisting of Tricots, Piques, Doe-Skins,
kc. } in Black and Fancy Colors, ranging in
$1 50 to $6 00 per yard.
Fancy Cassimeres for Pants and Vest 90, $1 25,
$1 50, $1 75 and $2 00 per yard.
price fr
NOTIONS, &c.
Spool Cotton
Knitting do
Linen Hdkfs'
5, 8 and 10 cts
62}, 75, and 87}
10, 12}, 18, 25 und 35 cts each.
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
$1 25, $1 50 each.
per Spool,
per Lb.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Lasting Gaiters a $1,25, $1,50, $2,00
and $2,50 per pair.
Misses' Lasting Gaiters a $1,00, $1,25, $1,50
and $1,75 per pair.
Gents' lind Boys Lasting gaiters a $2,00, $2,50
$3,00 and $3,50 per pair.
Gents' Calf Boots $5,00 $5,50 and $6,00 per
pair.
GLOCEItlLS.
Brown and White Sugars at 12}, 14, 15, 16,
17, and 18 cents per lb.
Laguayra and Rio Coffees 25, 28, and 31 cts.
per lb.
Green and Black Teas $1,00 $1,25 $1,50 and
$2,00 per lb.
Brown and White Soaps at 6, 8 and 10 cents
per lb.
Molasses at 50, 02}. 75 and 95 cts.per gallon.
ßdt- Please cull and examine!
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS.
April 25, 1868.
NAUDAIN & BROTHER
OF Tll-K WELL KNOWN
CHEAP COENEE,
O FFER to the public a most desirable stock
of Dry Goods, which they purchased before
the advance, and will soil at a small profit, W.....
asutta,«WiIliainsville, and all leading makes of
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, 1'oplius, Mohairs and
Wool De Luins, and a nice stock of
WHITE GOODS.
We have a fine stock of Spring
CLOTHS, COATINGS,
and fancy CASSIMERES,
make a specialty.
which
Boots & Shoes, Selling Low,
Just receiving sewed and pegged BOOTS AND
SHOES. Ladies and Misses Button and Congress
Gaiters, from the manufacturers, all to besold at
small advance.
CARPETS, STRAW MATTINGS AND
COCOA MATS.
A full line WALL PAPER, at city prices.
Mackerel, Herring and Shad, always on hand.
ALL WE ASK IS A CALL, AND SHOW
goods with great pleasure.-«^
IVAIIDAIM & BRO.
Middletown.
April 18—ly
LEWIS' PURE WHITE LEAD,
IN 12J, 25, 50 AND 100 lb. KEGS.
Black Paint, Prussian Blue,
( into.71 1 ; GltEEIt und ÏEIXOW,
Burnt and Haw Umber,
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA,
Indian Red, Red Rend,
VEN. RED, SPANISH BROWN,
Yellow Ochre, Ohio Brown,
Dry and in Oil
IN 1 lb. TO 25 lb. CANS.
Putty, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
JAPAN DRYING, COPAL VARNISH,
Glue, Gum Shellac,
LAMP BLACK, WINDOW BLASS,
besides a full assortment of
Paint Brushes and Sash Tools,
For Sale by
J. A. KEYNOLDS & SONS.
May 16, 1868—3m
HARNESS MAKING.
T HE undersigned having, commenced Harness
making at
ODESSA, DEL.
Is prepared to furnish every article in his line
ft " the most reasonable terms.
His experience in city and country justifies hin
promise that
ALL Ills WORK WILL BE OF THE
JST BEST QUALITY.
And gives him confidence to solicit a share of the
public patronage.
^Sf**lIiB Shop is on Main street, in the house
formerly occupied by Joseph Tawresy.
WM. T. G ALLA HER.
April 25—tf.
LIVERY STABLE.
H ORSES AND CARRIAGES for hire al the
Stahles of L. R. Davis' Middletown Hotel.
The horses are safe, and careful drivers will he
provided when desired. Terms moderate. Ap
ply to Til OS. MURRAY,
Jan. 4.—y._At the Stables.
FOT1 8 ALLL
I HAVE for Sale about 50,000 No. 1
ORANGE Quicks. Apply to
R. R. COCHRAN.
April 11-tf
OSAGE
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
B
Y virtue of a Decree of the Circuit Court for
Cecil county, in Chancery, passed i
Wherein James W. Veazey and others
plainants,and Thomas W. Veazey and others
are Defendants, the undersigned, as Trustee, will
expose at Public Sale, at the Court House, in
Klkton, on
Thursday, the 4 th day of June 1808,
at 11 o'clock A. M. all the following mentioned
; cause
! Com*
TRACTS OR PARCELS OF LAND,
forming part of the Real Estate of which Gov.
Veazey aied seized, and situated in Sassafras
Neck, in so id county, near the junction of the
Elk and Bohemia Rivers.
No. 1, known as the
Mansion House Farm,
contains
300 ACHES, MORE Oil LESS.
On it isan APPLE ORCHARD, of about 4 Acres:
a PEACH ORCHARD ?f about 35 Acres, in full
bearing; and about 30 Acres of WOODLAND,
of which a. fair proportion is Chestnut. The
remainder of the farm, with the exception of a
few acres of marsh, is under cultivation.
No. known ns the DEEP VALLEY, contains
80} ACHES MORE OR LESS,
of which about 18 Acres
Acres are Marsh, and the remainder Woodland.
Clear, about 15
No. 3, known as the HILL FARM, contains
139* ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
of which about one-half i
the remainder, except some marsh, is Woodland—
principally Pine
Cleared Land, and
No. 4, known as the HOLT EARM, contains
130 ACRES, MORE OR LESS,
On it is a PEACH ORCHARD of about 18 Acres,
in bearing, and about 20 Acres are in WOOD,
with a fair proportion of Chestnut. The reuiain
xeept some
cultivation. This Farm lies
River, and affords a fine opportunity for Fishing,
Ducking, Ac.
der of the Farm,
•sh, is under
the Bohemia
No. 5, known a
the Elk River, and contains
s the FISHERY FARM, lies on
90 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
On it is a PEACH ORCHARD of about 15 Acres,
in full bearing, and the remainder of the F
. On this Farm is one of the
is under cultivuii
best FISHERIES
Elk River.
THE BUILDINGS
No. 1 arc fair ; and on Nos. 3, 4 and 5 are in
different. * No. 2 has no buildings. These Farms
are under fair Fencing, lie in a very fine Peach
growing region, and are well adapted to the
growth of Peaches as well as of Grain. Most of
the soil is of good natural quality, and has been
several .times limed ; and these Karins having '
or more Lundings upon them, afford rare op
portunities for the landing of Lime, aud shipping
of Grain and other produce.
Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 form one contiguous tract,
and No. 5 lies but a few hundred yards from the
main tract. The undersigned intends to otter
these Farms separately and as a whole, and to
sell in whichever way, in his discretion, he
deems advisable. A Plot, showing the lines of
be seen at the office of the
each Parcel
dersigued before the day of sale.
TERMS OP SALE:
The Terms of Sale, prescribed by the Decree,
are :—One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, and the remain
der in two equal instalments, payable respec
tively in One and Two years from the day of
sale. The credit payments to bear interest from
the day of sale, and to be secured by the Bonds
or Notes of the purchaser or purchasers, with a
surety or sureties to be approved by the Trustee.
Possession given January 1st. 1869 —
Qpsts of Deeds, Stamps, Ac. to be paid by
purchaser.
JAMES BLACK GROOME,
TRUSTEE, Elktun, Md.
May 16, 1868—ts
SCOWDRICK & MOORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS AND
GROCERY DEALERS
:
ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends
and the public generally, that they have just
constantly receiving direct from
the Importers and Jobbers a large and splendid
stqck of Spring and Summer Goods of the latest
Styles and Patterns, consisting iu part of
Fine French. Cloths,
French and Doeskin Cassinier«,
Ladies' Fine Cloaking Cloths.
R
•ceived and
DRESS GOODS,
OF EVERY VARIETY SUCH AS
MOHAIR'S, POPLINS, ALPACAS &c.
OF ALL COLORS.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS
of the best standard make.
A LARGE STOCK OF
WHITE GOODS AND TRIMMINGS,
Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, &c.
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware &c.
in fact everything usually kept in a first class
Country Store; and at the very lowest prices the
™ Q rket8 can afford.
We have also bought of Mr. D. McKee, his
tire stock of
BOOTS 'AND SHOES,
OF III8 OWN MANUFACTURE,
which in coniie^fen with
be offered at greatly reduced prices.
Thankful for your heretofore bounteous
trouage,
to share a continuance of the same.'
count of the Credit System being so
thoroughly redueed-among the Wholesale Dealers
and Jobbers, our Tkumh will be hereafter 6
months credit, or 5 per
May 2-y
General Stock will
hope by strict attention to business
*nt off for cash.
SCOWDRICK k MOORE.
Middletown, Del
DR. MUSGROVE,
»E1VTIST,
EL ETON, MARYLAND,
O h MCE—Opposite the Preshyterian Church.
Teeth Extracted without Pain by the use of
Nitboch Oxwk Gas ; or by the latest improvement
—the Spray Producer, funned by Klcoline
Ether.
This Narcotic. Spray is used where sensitive
teeth are to he excavated preparatory to filling.
Also, for paini.es« rtmiovul of the Dental Pulp
and for minor surgical operations.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted, from
a full sot.
Persons from a distance desiring protracted
operations will please notify by mail, or other
wise, thereby saving disappointment and loss of
time. .
Tooth Powder and Mouth Wash kcptfconstanlly
on hand; also. Dr. J. D. White's Dentine.
THOMAS H. MÜSGROVR, D. D. S.
Elkton, Md., January 18. 1868—Iv
to
Delaware Rail Road Line.
Summer Arrangement.
O N and after SUNDAY, April 12th, 1868,
Passenger Trains will run as follows, until
further notice :
Train leaving Crisfield 2.45 A. M. will
every morning, except Monday. All other
Trains Sundays excepted.
NORTH.
Leave Crisfield, 2 46 A. M.
4 * Marion,
44 Kingston,
44 Westover,
44 Prin. Anne, 3 30
4 4 Eden
44 Forktown
44 Salisbury 4 05
44 Del mar
44 Laurel 4 30
44 Seaford 4 45
44 Bridgeville 5 00
44 Greenwood
44 Farmington
" Harrington 5 30 7 00 a. m.
" Felton 7 15
44 Plymouth
44 Canterbury
" Wil. Grove
4 ' Camden
44 Dover 6 05 7 50
44 Moorton
44 Brenford
" Smyrna
4 4 Clayton
" Sassafras R'd
" Blackbird
44 Townsend
44 Middletu'u
44 Mt Pleasant
44 St Georges
4 4 Bear
" New Castle 7 45 9 55
Arrive Wilm. 8 03 a. m. 10 15
" Philad'a 9 30 44 11 45 A. M. 5 40 P.M.
44 Baltimore 1 15 p. m 1 15 P. M. 8 00 44
7 30 A. M.
8 00
8 20
b 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 50
7 20
1 oo
I 20
1 00
7 25
1 05
7 35
1 15
1 30
01
1 45
8 10
1 55
8 05
1 50
6 30 8 20
2 05
8 25
2 10
8 35
8 40
7 05 9 00
2 20
2 30
2 4f
9 10
2
9 25
3 10
3 25
3 45
4 05
SOUTH.
8 30 a.m. 3 30 p.m. 5 00 p.m.
7 25
10 10
Leave Philad'a
44 Baltimore
" Wilm
44 New Castle 10 30
10 50
2 15
2 15
5 0
6 30
6 50
44 . Bear
4 4 St Georges 11 00
44 Mt Pleasant 11 15
44 Middleto'n 11 35
44 Townsend 11 45
44 Blackbird 11 50
4 4 Sassafras
44 Clayton
Arrive Smyrna
Leave Brenford
44 Moorton
4 4 Dover
4 4 Camden
44 Wil. Grove 1 05
44 Canterbury 1 10
44 Plymouth 1 10
44 Felton 1 20
44 Harrington 1 40
44 p
7 15
7 30
7 40
6 15
8 00
. 8 10
8 15
12 00 M.
12 05 p. M. 6 40
12 15
12 10
12 20
12 40
8 25
8 30
6 50
8 40
8 35
8 45
9 05
!» 15
9 20
7 10
12 50
9 30
9 30
9 50 p. m.
ington 1 55
44 ' Greenwood 2 05
. 44 Bridgeville 2 15
44 Seaford 2 35
4 Laurel 2 55
3 10
44 Salisbury 3 40
44 Forktowu 4 00
44 Eden
44 Prin. Anne 4 50
44 Westover 5 10
44 Kings!
" Marion
Arrive Crisfield 6 05 p. m. 10 45 p. m.
8 20
8 40
44 Del mi
9 30
4 i:>
10 00
10 10
5 45
New Cabtle Trains. —Leave New CaBtle for
Wilmington and Philadelphia ijt 12 05 P. M.—
and on Mondays at 7 45 A. M. Leave Philadel
phia 12 00 M. aud Wilmington 1 15 P. M. for
New Castle.
Smyrna Branch Trains. —Additional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 11 45 A. M.
0. 15 and 8 10 P. M. Leave Clayton for Smyrna,
8 40 A. M. and 2.10 P. M. to make connection
with trains to and from Dover, and Stations
South. Also, train will leave Smyrna at 6. 15
A. M. Sundays aud Mondays excepted, to con
nect with express, and return leaving ClAyton
at 6 45 A. M.
Trains leaving Crisfield at 2 45 A. M., and
Wilmington going South at 5 05 P. M. will
in close connection with Steamboats to Norfolk
and Portsmouth And Express Trains to and from
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. They
will stop on the Delaware Railroad Line only at
principal stations at which their time is stated.
Except that Steamboat Train South will let off
passengers from Baltimore at any Btation to which
they have tickets.
April 18.
run
E. Q. SEWALL,
Superintendent Delaware R. R.
Whann's Super Phosphate,
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE
Moro Phillips' Super Phosphate.
Cronsdnle's Super Pliogphate,
HEWES' SUPER PHOSPHATE,
COE'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE,
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE,
BERGER & BUTZ'.
PERUVIAN GUANO,
PACIFIC GUANO,
RODUNDA GUANO.
t
SCHUYLKILL LIME,
%RIG1ITSVILLE LIME,
CHESTER VALLEY LIME.
LODI POUDRETTE.
FOR SALE BY
E. T EVANS.
April 11.
Excelsior Reaper &; Mower.
New Yorker Reaper & Mower.
Uttle Citant Reaper & Mower.
Woods' Reaper & Mower.
STONER STEEL TOOTH RAKE.
Westinghouse Threshing Machine.
For Sale at the Agricultural Warehouse of
E. T. EVANS.
Middletown, Del.
10,000 SALMOM BRICKS,
10,000 Red Rricks,
20,000 Hard Bricks.
KO II SALE
K. T. EVANS.
Middletown, Del.
April 25
SHERIFFALTY.
To the Democratic Voters of New Castle County
Gentlemen :—I again offer myself as a candi
date for the nomination of Sheriff of New Castle
county, pledging myself to give a hearty and un
divided support to the
•cessful nominee.
JAMES ARMSTRONG.
Newark, February 22, 1861—tn
7b the Voters of the Democratic Parly of New
castle County.
Gkntlkmkn :—Encouraged by many friends I
offer myself as a candidate for the
Sheriff for the county of New Cas
tle, pledging myself to abide by the nomination
of the Democratic party, and give my hearty sup
port to the successful candidate.
am induced
nomination
oft
JACOB RICHARDSON.
Wilmington, February 22, 1808— tu
W. M. KENNARD,
OF THE WELL KNOWN
DRY GOODS AND CARPET HOUSE
a»« Market Street, WllMl.|tw.,
offers to ths buying public on« of th« most desir
able assortment of
*£* GOODS *=2#
ever displayed by this old established house.
Buying for CASH, selling on the same terms,
Purchasing' from first Hand«,
AS WELL AS
Importing some Styles of Goods,
all combined, gives him many advantages not
usual with retail stores.
A LARGE STOCK,
PLENTY OF LIGHT,
AND LOW PRICES
are SOME of the inducements held forth
to buyers.^5^
January 4, 1868—6m
628 II00P SKIRTS. 628
"yyiLUAM T. HCPKIN'S
own make' ' o
Keystone Skirts," are the best and cheap
est Low Priced Hoop Skirts in the market. Trail
Skirts, 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 r
Our owji make of Union Skirts, Eleven rape
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
by other establishments as first class goods, and
at much lower prices.
Our own make of Champion Skirts are in every
way superior to all other Hoop Skirts before the
public, and only have to be examined or worn to
convince every one of the fact. Manufactured of
the best linen-finished English Steel 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 arc 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
states, at very moderate prices. If you want the
best, ask for "Hopkin's Champion Skirt."
you do not find them, get the merchant with
whom you deal to order them for you,
or send direct to us. Merchants 'will find
different grades of Skirts exactly what they need,
and we especially invite them to call and examine
our extensive assortment, or send for Wholesale
Price List.
To be had at Retail at Manufactory, and of the
Retail Trade generally, and at W'holesale of the
Manufacturer only, to whom all orders should be
addressed. Manufactory and Salesroom, 628
Arch Street, between 6th and 7th streets,
Philadelphia. WM. T. HOPKINS.
March 14—4m
eet.
r
better than those sold
If
com
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
I hereby give notice that I will attend, for
the purpose of settling with the SCHOOL COM
MITTEES of the fespective counties os follows:
At Georgetown, Sussex county, on the 13th,
14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th days of April.
At Dover, Kent County, on the 27th, 28th,
29th and 30th days of April.
At New Castle, New Castle 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 County.— April 13th, Nos. 1 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, Nos. 121
and upwards.
For Kent County. —April 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.
For New Castle County. —May 11th, No«. 1
to 30, inclusive; May 12th, Nos. 31 to 60, iuclu
sive ; May 13th, Nos. 61 to 90, inclusive.
ROBERT LAMBDEN,
Auditor of Accounts.
April 4-tf
DR. J. J. VANDERF0RD,
Uradunte of the Penmylvanla College of
DENTAL SURGERY,
H AVING located in Middletown, Del.-JgjJ
respectfully announces to the public^ÆEfir
that he is prepared to perform all operations per
taining to the practice of
DENTISTRY.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mounted on Dental Vul
canite, a material superior to metals in its adapt
ability and durability.
Persons having badly adjusted gold plates
have them exchanged for the Vulcanite.
Great care will be given to Children's Teeth ;
irregularities corrected, and deciduous teeth pre
served until the permanent ones make their
appearance.
superior Dentifrice constantly on hand.
Office seven doors east of the Bank.
January 4, 1868—ly
can
THE WORLD'S
Combined Mower & Reaper,
TIIK VERY BEST IN THE WORLD.
THE ECONOMY
Wood Tooth Self-Delivering Hay and
Grain Rake.
For Sale by ■ -
- - J. T. BUD».
O RDERS are being received for the above new
and superior machinery, and a limited num
l»er only can be supplied this season. Send your
orders at once. Call and examine them.
#0** Agents for Economy Rake wanted, to
whom a liberal commission will be allowed.
March 7—tf
PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING.
TMPERVIOUS to Water and Stbah and rn»
i fsctly Fins Proof. Forming r aolid sheet of
Slate, without seam or joint, large aa the surface
covered. Light, durable and cheap. Send for a
pamphlet giving full particulars.
Orders for roofing promptly attended to.
ROBERT ATKINSON,
No. 5 West Fourth St. Wilmington, Del.
April 4-3tu
GEORGE M. PATCHEN.
This thorough bred trotting Horae
flH^will stand for Mares the ensuing season.
Insurance, one mare, $30, two
$28 each, three mares $26 each, fonr
mares $25 each.
or more
JAMES T. SnALLCROML
March 14—3ra
THERE 18 KO
MANURE
R
SO PERMANENT AS
*£-RAW BONES,*=230
A
FROM WHICH II MADE
WHAN'N'S
RAW BONE Super-Phosphate.
w
Warranted Perfectly Part and Free
front Adulteration.
B
Established as an excellent Fertilizer by
year# of constant use, and highly recom
mended by all who liave used it as
O
A Great Crop Producer,
N
AND PERMANENT IMPROVER OF THE SOIL.
Every Farmer Should Use It.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
E
WALTON, WTIANN & CO.
MANUFACTURERS,
Wilmington, Del.
E. T. EVANS. Agent,
Middletown, D-d.
s
Feb 15—ly
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
TbtO«. B. McCunanght)-'«
PATENT COEN DROPPER.
T HIS Dropper will -positively save
one-half the time over the oid way
of dropping com.
It will drop right in the cross.
be set to average any numbe.
of grains desired to a hill.
It a n be regulated to scatter the
corn more or less in the hill, or drop
it all in a close bunch if desired. In
windy weather this Dropper is just the
thing needed, as the corn cannot be
blown about while dropping.
All who have used these Droppers
agree in the opinion that the corn
comes up more regularly after them,
and there is less re-planting to do, be
cause they drop a more regular number
of grains to a hill, and every grain is
sure to be in the cross, where they are
covered alike.
Every Dropper will be warranted to
do all that is herein claimed for them,
or they will be taken back and the
money refunded.
It
Price *2,25.
Please read the following certificates fiom.
some of the most eminent farmers of Delaware :
Near Summit Bridge, Del. March 13, 186$.
This is to certify that I have used for several
f ears McConaughey's Patent Corn Dropper, and
am convinced every farmer would find it greatly
to his interest to own one. B. T. BIGGS. *
Middletown, March 15, I860*.
Thomas B. McConaughey :—After three years'
experience in dropping our corn with your Patent
Corn Dropper, we have found their use to be n
great saving to us
the old way of dropping,
with better satisfaction in the manner in which
they do their work, aud we think we have had
less re-planting to do since we have been using
them. R. A. Cochran, Jr., J. F. Wilson, B. F.
Hanson, R. R. C«chran, William Wilson. W. A.
Cochran, W. Green.
Thw ia to certify that we, the undersigned,
having used Thomas B. McConaughey'
Corn Droppers, have found them, after trial, to
be a valuable and labor-saving invention. We
think furmers will find it to their interest to use
them. Wm. Reybold, Win. Knotts, C. Tatman.
Jr. J. A. Reynolds, Jr. W. FI in thane, Merit Hub
bell, Janies Kanely, Jr. Jos. T. Griffith, B. Gibbs,
N. T. Sevil, J. R. Hoffecker, R. T. Cochran, J.
W. Crawford, J. J. Lockwood, Thos. S. Merrett.
S. W. Stewart, T. Carlisle, George G. Kerr, R.
D. Melvin, J.*Stewart, George Derrickson, W. R.
Lockwood, Wm. D. Cornog, T. B. Nivine, Wm.
N. Wilson, O.Crow, Samuel Rambo, T. Murphy,
Calvin Jones, John C. Spear, Wm. S. Mote, C.
P. Cochran, B. F. Kanely, Joseph Griffith.
For sale by
JOHN A. REYNOLDS
March 7—3m
s Patent
& SONS, Agents,
Middletown, Del.
COMPLETE MANURE,
MANUFACTURED BY
IIENRY BOWER, Philadelphia.
MADE FROM
Super-Phosphate of Lime, Am
monia and Potash.
W ARRANTED free from udultcration. Pack
ed in bags of 200 lbs. each. Price $56
per ton 2,000 lbs. Liberal discount to dealers.
It has raised good crops of Wheat, Corn, Oats,
Potatoes, Cotton, Grass, Tobacco and Vegetables
of all kinds. Farmers would do well to inquire
of their nearest dealer in fertilize
suits obtained from the use of Complete Manure.
The growing crops of Wheat, at this time, freely
attest its virtues.
We have nuuierous testimonials to the effect
invaluable Fertilizer, and
s to the re
that it i
mend it highly
Grass.
DIXON, SHARPLESS & CO.,
Sole Agents, 39 S. Water St. & 40 S. Wharves.
Philadelphia.
i rccom
top dressing for Wheat and
For sale by
WM. REYNOLDS,
79 South Street, Baltimore, Md.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS k SONS,
Middletown, Del.
Also, by
March 7
TURBINE WATER WHEEL,
D R. T. j. KINDLERERCUlR d latwst iuipro
ved patent.
Double Centre-Vent .Buckeye
TURBINE
WATER WHEEL,
Patented November 4th, 1862, and July 11 th
WM. H. SPRATT, Millwright,
Cherry Hill, Cecil county, Md.
April 11, 1868—ly GENERAL X GENT
1865.
FARMERS AND THRESHERMEN
Look to Your Interest,
A ND Buy THE WHEELER and MELICK
Threshing Machines, (of AUwny, New
York,) acknowledged by all to be the best in use
and for sale by
A. J. M1CHKNKU, Genl. Agent.
West Nottingham, Cecil county, Md.
All Machines W arranted to give entire satis
faction, or may be returned after a reasonable
time for trial. Repairs constantly on hand.
Also Agent for the Keystone Clover Huiler.
April, ll-3m
SHERIFFALTY.
To tks Democratic Voters of New Castle County :
Gkntlemken :— At the request of many friends
I offer myself as a candidate for the nomination
of Sheriff of New Ga^tle Countv. Pledging
nyraif to give « hearty and an undivided sup
port to the successful Nominee.
„ , EDMUND B. FRAZER
Wilmington, February 17. l«t*»P—tn
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HOWE Sewing Machine#
MANU FACTO RID j>T
*
**■ B»w* KiAniim to.
—ELIA8 HOWE ,
»OR Families and manufacturers.
THE GREAT PRIZE.
Exroamoa Cnniimi, Far«, 1M7.
Awarded o
XJffhty-two Competitor*.
THIS HIGHEST PREMIUM.
zbr only emom or Tax lxoiox or
BONOX m OOLL» »»W.T.
m

cive* to JLatai«*» Sswixs M
llahadln the " Moniteur Universel
■■•P'Dmperisl Deere«, fmb
•!' (Official Journal «I th«
, In th«*r words :
French Empli«), td July,
Bust Hews, Js. j
Fabricate de Much I nr.
coudre exposent.
Manufacturer of Sewing
Machine«, Exhibitor.
The Howe Sewing Machines srs celebrated for d..ln*
best work, usings much a uralter needle *
thsn any other machine.
Tb« y are
faeturinguf
Stitch, silk«
' m
adapt'd to «II kind« of Family tewing. «nd Manu
evara description, makImr akeautlfuT and perfect
e ou Both tide« of the article tewed, and will neither
rt K.„
''BSvK'iSS
cannot be surpm
Guide go with rat h Family M
near per
tly alike. If any part need« to b«
Family Machine I
a Hemmer. Faller
• without a rival, and
t. Braider. Quitter and
free ol charge.
Bayera of Sewing Machine*
aarvethe Mvdalli.
earn ratty Cautioned t« «t
f Ella* Howe. Jr . fTradeiuark)
Certain partie« have taken ad
• 5"?, 0 * 0 *! v«l««lly dUhuneat
« Public a« llowe Machine*.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
•*mb«d<rd In each Mac!
device« tofu
N. B. We have Fuller A R«
•r or «elf guide a
New Tuck Creaaer aud
1
biu«d, for »II Sewing
Macbia
SIBLBV Sc STOOPS,
tie ««enta for Pennsylvania, New Jeraey, Delà
Irftaia, to whom all application« for A re ml'a
eaaed at either of the following place* : No «3
Philadelphia. (Principal Ortie«
•*r«et^ Pit tabor«. Pennaylrauia, or

b* a«
F.lrUlh
ill No. « Sala» Clair
Broad «tract, Newark.
horr iB le :::
1 HA VE SUFFERED WITL CATARRH thWy
years, it had destroyed my vo*«* and smelling—
impaired my sipht and hearing. In six week« I
have been entirely cured. For humanity's sake I
will send the recipe for the simple remedy nsed,
postage free, to all afflicted. Those wishing or
needing the same, will please address.
JAS. T. HOLDEN. 8tatlo« D,
Bible House«N. Y.
T—
»at'a Craw« i'rlMlft«ca
Are Charming for Light««
Cr«wB Crlaolli_
Are Superior for Elasticity.
T
ho
1-'
Crown CrinoliL.^.
Are unequalled for DarabOity.
T -
■ CrlaoHoM,
In a word, are She beat in (be world. o«4
e widely known than any other.
At whole«ale by
THOMSON. LANGDON Sl Co..
Ml Broadway,
»a C
Vaw York.
HOWE'S
r*YE#r DESCRIPTION OF «CALE a.u*»t» m ara*
AJ •4*ia»»*«Tia«. Sund for Catalog«« «ad Circula»
■aakera, tak«a la »art p«y Ht
MMBd hMd Scale« of «that
MIR for Hit CHEAP.
HOWE SCALE CO..
irufc Plaça. N«wY«i*
Federal at.. BmMx
(ESTABLISHED IN 1835.)
FIRST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL.
Awarded by th« Amerioan Institut«, New York,
1857, to
SCHUTZE & LUDOLFF,
FOR THE BEST
PIANO FORTES.
Bol« Kanufketnrers of Grand and Square Fateai
Monitor Plate Piano Fortes, with
DOUBLE IRON FRAME.
1 COMPLETE PROTECTION AGAINST VET,
COLD OX HOT CLIMATE.
(Patented February 90th, I860. )
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
»mac 8l., New Ymrftu
Th« Patent Monitor Plate Plano« by their peculiar Caw
■traction are auprrlor to all other«, and their merit fn Oata
raat plank being rapported by the Iron frame, allow
the aoundiug board than la poaaaiwed by
quantity aa wail
■as
r kind of Piauo. By
alltv ofth«! tone la largely Increased
«nos have been pronounced by tlM
«■rivalled
Power and Sweetness of Tone, Easy and Agre ea hl«
Tonch and Beauty of Rnish.
: beat jndgea tab«
Moat fl
OotUcluilk. Strnkoarl
bed I*
of to*
ns
■ for Mauu
low pricM as
ta*' tu ring, wo arc
«bird
fcrior utak
Baud for
perior fi
rolar and Price Liât.
NEW YORK PIANO FORTE
COMPANY- *
(CDARTKKKD MARCH, IBM.)
Manufacturait of
JB RAIÎD AND SQUARE
Agraffe Piano-Fortes.
N«. 340 and 343 Second Atcsm,
(CORNER OF 90th STREET,)
NEW YORK.
Bend for descriptive Catalogue and Price Liai«
THOSE BEAUTIFUL
NEW YORK
SILICATE BOOK SLATES,
J««t published in the moat attractive atylaa. Oaa m vaa
DESCRIPTIVE PRICK LIST.
College, School, and Mercantile Book Blote«,
(WITH FULL CLOTH HINDI NOS.)
for M.
POCKET BOOK 8L.ATK,
Interleaved, and with raUn
'.*»•** ■
witbaoapatoae im-mcJI, • • i
IUABTZ SOCK BLATE,^ .oapeto««
CRYSTAL BOOK OLATK.
P— *11»
BXLICA BOOK BLATX.
Interleavad,(alx Slate •tirl«rea)for«rbnol,
general purpuaea, with
mercantile
4a. «|aui
do »«»I M m
a
I and aruiinaiita. with a.MMlnn«- pc
tasa s», â'-SîsIS!
acadvmlvi au, I ,,roft«ional uar, with aoan
■Ime pencil.
<fo. i au
•urforr*} for the
.*« l Hj IN»
I ofth* abnvr (m ramplre) will be raat. (prepaid b*
receipt of th« ■ingle prit r.
Everybody want«; everybody b
J«M the thing for prartfral
A good man wanted for tbli
y quirk aa *e«u.
ly. apply or addrea»
%?u2
Msw York 8ilieate Book
»
Now York.
B rown's U. S. Standard Scales. R«Htoa4.
Hay, Coal, Platform, and Grocers Scad«*
All Good* Warranted.
May 2— Juios
of every description.
3 Bar« Is v Street. New York.

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