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.®hc Jtliddlctoiun Üransmpt
PUBLISHED SEEDY SATURDAY,
BY HENRY VANDEHFORD.
ßZT- Tlftice corner Main and Scott streets, over
t>. L. Dunning's Book and Variety Store.
Tuans.—$2.00 per annum, pay able in adiance.
Single copies five cents.
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$1 for the first insertion and 25 cents for each
subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
six months $6. For a quarter of a column three
months $8 : six monhts $15 ; one year, with the
privilege of four changes, $25; for half a column
$50. Fractions of a square to be counted as a
When the number of insertions is not
square. .
marked, advertisements will be continued until
forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates ; Marriages and
early advertisers must
confine their advertisements to their own business.
All letters should be addressed to The
Middletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
ths inserted free.
MARRIED.
On the 21stult. by the Rev. H. Gilroy, Mr. II.
F. McCnfferty, to Miss Kate Lenderman, both of
New r Castle Hundred, Delaware.
DIED.
In Baltimore, on the 27tW ultimo, Captain
John Fowler, in the 47th year of his age. He
leaves an affectionate wife and three children to
mourn their irreparable loss.
THE MARKETS,
MIDDLETOWN MARKET.
$2 70
Wheat, prime red.
Corn yellow.
" white.
1 07
. 1 00
Oats.
Timothy Seed
Clover Seed..
Butter.
. 3 75
. 8 00
20(S)25 cts. $ !h
25 cts ^ dozen
10® 18 " "
18® 20 " "
lft® 15 " "
20® 25 " "
20 ®
Kggfl
Chickens.
Lard.
Hogs.
Beef.
Hams/..
Sides.
Shoulders....
Potatoes.
17® 19 " "
15® 17 " "
.1 50® 1 75$ bush
HlLADKLI'lll A.
$2 80®2 84
88092
Prime red wheat.
Com, new yellow.
Oats.
1 18
WILMINGTON.
Wheat red.
Corn.
Oats.
Flour.
$2 75
. 1 22
... 85® 90
$13 75® 14 25
CAUTION ! !
N otice is hereby given to all persons Indebted
tome for the Services of the Horse "Sam
Patched, '' for the season of 1867, not to make
to any
shall
i
have no authorized
hold everyone strictly aeeount
for the insurance money.
J. F. SI I ALLCROSS.
McDonough, June, 6th, 1867.—2w.
pay men
agents, and
üble to
FOR SALE.
C ANARY BIRDS, for Sale, at $3.50 per pair.
Apply to B. F. LIPPINCOTT,
National Hotel, Middletown, Del.
June 6—3ra
EGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle County, May 12th, 1868.
Upon the application of Mark H. Davis. Exccu
of the last Will and Testament of Mark Davis,
late of Saint George's Hundred, in said county,
deceased ; it is ordered and directed by the Reg
ister that the Executor aforesaid, give notice of
the granting of Letters Testamentary upon the
Estate of the deceased, with the date of gran
ting thereof, by causing advertisements to he
posted within forty days from the date of such
letters, in six of the most public places of the
County of New Castle, requiring all persons hav
ing demands against the Estate, to present the
same, or abide by
ease made and provided. And also cause the
same to be inserted within the same jicriod in the
Middletown Tbanscript, a newspaper published
in Middletown, and to be continued therein two
months.
IV
Act of Assembly in such
f - -- » Given under the hand and Seal of of
| l. I. > fice of the Register aforesaid, at New
' *-v- / * Castle, in New Castle County aforesaid,
the day and year above written.
R. C. FRAIM, Register,
persons having claims agninst
the Estate of the deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Executor on or before May
12th, 1869, or abide the Act of Assembly in
such case made and provided.
NOTICE.—All
MARK H. DAVIS,
Executor.
Address—Middletown, Delaw
May 23—2m
FAEMEES AND THEESHEEMEN
Look to Your Interest,
ND BUY THE WHEELER and MELICK
Threshing Machines, ( of Albany, New
York,) acknowledged by all to be the best *
and for sale by
A
A. J. MICHENER, Genl. Agent.
West Nottingham, Cecil county, Md.
All Machines Warranted 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 the Democratic Voters of New Castle County :
Gentlemkkn :—At the request of many friends
I offer myself as a candidate for the nomination
of Sheriff of New Castle County. Pledging
myself to give a hearty uud
port to the successful Nominee.
EDMUND B. FRAZER
Wilmington, February 17, 1868—tn
undivided sup
FOR SALE.
S WEET POTATO PLANTS, Celery, Cabbage
and Tomato Plants, For sale by
J. HENRY HANSON,
Near Middletown, Del.
May 23-2w
G. AH. BARMORS,
PIANO FORTE
MANUFACTURERS,
Ware-room», 348 Bloeokor Street, New York City.
3*J Years Established, and J7 Pris«
Medal« Awarded.
w unlveraally acknowledged by
mecs eiSTieesises» astists to be the Beat manufactured,
I wherever they bave been Introduced and used, we are not
ulred to say one word in their fkvor. their excellence
atanda pre-eminently to those of other
K eat success achieved, and Improvements made by
it thirty years, we can afford to sell a first-class Pi
at »luo to »160 lea than a similar one can be bought elsewhere
Ev»rj Piano Forte Warranted for 5 Years, and
to give Satisfaction.
Our Piano Fortes
Forte
Our Piano« ore mode to loot ; them ateiiala uaed for ev
part are thoroughly aeaaoned, and of the very bcit quality th
■ can be procure«]. No part la alighted j what the public eye
mieht paae over, never eacapea our vigilance. Every part. Inaide
® u *. la honeatly. faithfully and thoroughly ina«ie, ao that It
will bearthe mort minute examination. They dlller from the
»|«ad, coaraetone of moat pianoa, (which ia bud In the begin*
ÿji «»d growa worm every day, ) Inaamnch aa it ia refiqed and
da lftaÉ i ^ pure tn Ita vibration*, delightful in Ita alnglng raparl
the power nectaaary to produce every doited
as
They are without doubt, the beat, the moat laatlng. and
, conaeauentiy the cheapest. We are content pith a fair profit.
Oar price* range from laooto trou, 0Q.
OSBORN MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
f ©» Bleecker Street, N. Y
"OSBORN 1
BIRD AUD ANIMAL CAGES.
a gnat variety of atylee and finish, and
Jtec 0 **"
Oononr. Parrot, Mocking Bird. SQulrrel Ac.
In a
Uaofi
■■uperlor manner
fatal to bird» biuI H
-being ui e d
Hera will appreciate theae pointa of excellence.' to be^oundYn
Cape». They received the higheat premium at the
tmerican Iaatitutr and New York State Falraof IM7.
Liberal4lWount to the Trade. Send for Circular and Prlea
Irum
« their coa«ruction.
A CARD TO THE TUBLIC.
T HE undersigned, having rented the large and
convenient room formerly occupied by Mr.
T. E. Jump, at Warwick, has just opened a large
and complete assortment of all kinds of
GOODS,
necessary to be kept in a first class store. Having
come among you for the purpose of making an
honest living, he hopes by close attention to
iness to receive a share ot the public patronage,
pledging himself to make it to your interest to
give him a call, intending to sell any and all
goods as low as they can be bought in any town
on the shore; call in and examine, and if it is not
so, you are not compelled to buy. No charge
for showing goods.
boa
Look at Some of the Prices,
Calicoes. 8, 10, 12 and 16 cents per yard.
Bleachea and Brown Muslins, 10, 12, 15, 18, and
23 cents per yard.
Good and all wool Cassiraeres, 65, 75, and $1.00
per yard. Fine Black Cloths and Cassimeres
from $1,25 to $5,00.
A Fine Stock of Ready Made Clothing
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
GROCERIES.
Brown Sugar, 12}, 16 and 17 cents, White, 17,
and 18 cents per lb. Green Coffee, 25 and 30
cents pr. lb. Burnt Coffee. 30 cents per lb.
Good Molasses, 55, ets per gal. Best Syrup,
$1,00 per gullun.
Pure Cider Vinegar, 40 cts. per gal. Coal Oil,
the very best, 50 cts. per gallon.
QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE,
TINWARE, WOODEN
and WILLOW-WARE.
NOTIONS.
y Soaps, Perfumery, La
Hosiery, Gloves, F
, Edgings and Trimmings.
BOOTS, SHOES, « HATS and CAPS, a full
line, at low prices.
Oil Cloths, Table Covers, Straw Mattings and
Carpetings.
Collars, Bridles, Halters, Rope and Chain Tra
ces, Shove's, Spades, Rakes and Hoes.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for goods, at the highest market prices.
WOOL WANTED.
The highest market price given for Wool.
Cull in and examine, and if there is anything
want and don't see it, call for it and we will
3 it.
P. S.^S*'Remember
trouble to show goods.
Repeetfullv;
May 30-ly
A. W. SPARKS.
WM L. CHALK'S,
Flour, Feed and Provision Store,
No. 9. Wüst Main St.
Middletown, Delaware.
K EEPS constantly on hand the best grades of
Flour, Meal and Teed of all kinds, Corn
and Oats. Vegetables of all kinds in their season,
also, Fresh Meat, Beef,. Veal and Mutton, sliced
Ham, Dried Beef, Bologna Sausage, Butter and
Eggs. Market days—Wednesday and Saturday.
Flour, Feud and Mealj in quantities of 50 lbs.
and upwards will be delivered to purchasers free
of charge. All the above articles will be sold at
the very lowest Cash prices, all goods cash on
delivery. Thankful for the liberal Patronage of
the past year, I hope by strict attention to bus
iness to merit a continuance of the same.
P. S.—Having made arangements with the
Odessa stage driver, to take orders for me, I will
visit Odessa, three times a week, Montlays, Wed
nesdays and Saturdays, and deliver Flour^ Meal
and Feed, in quantities to suit. Orders delivered
to Mr. Money, will receive prompt attention.
This arrangement will he continued with Mr.
Chance or his driver, at the expiration of Mr.
Mouey's time.
Having made arrangements with the Celebra
ted Miller, Mr. Drummond, to be supplied with
his best Flour, I can sell the same at his
tail prices. Farmers and others from the country
can be supplied, without the trouble of driving
to the mill, by bringing their money to No. 9.
and get their food for Man, and Beast.
May 30-tf
Sale at Middletown, Del.
W"
LL be sold at Public Sale, at Davis' Hotel,
Middletown, (on the Delaware Rail
Road) on
Thursday , the Wth day of June , 1868.
at 12 o'clock, (noon) that well known
BRICK STORE
WITH
Brick Dwelling Attached,
situated in tlie town of Cecilton, Cecil county,
Maryland. The Dwelling is commodious, with
necessary out buildings, consisting of
Meat House, Milk House, Granary &c.
with a large Garden, under fence.
To any person desiring to engage in any Mer
cantile business, or to make a good investment,
this is a desirable property. Cecilton is a thri
ving Town and is surrounded by a rich and fer
tile country, 9 miles from Middletown, on the
Delaware Rail Rond, and*3 miles from the Balti
more Steamboat landing, and this is one of the
oldest business stands in the town and neighbor
hood. Also a lot of ground, well located in
said town. Title good and possession given at
once.
Terms ok Sale. —Ten per cent of the purchase
money on day of sale ; $1500 in cash, or a Bond
year for $1500, with approved security;
Bond, secured by a mortgage, or
the property payable from three to five years.—
Expense of Deeds and Stamps to be paid by
purchaser. Attendance on day of sale by the un
dersigned, or 11. Robert Pennington, his Attor
ney. HYLAND B. PEN1NGTON,
. Del.
Mr. Wm. II. Pearce, of Cecilton, will
show the property.
ro
the balance
ay 30-ts
Smy
ATTEND TO YOUR TEETH.
I ^EW persons are properly impressed <3£a^
- with the importance of giving early *5 SlEd
attention to decaying teeth. The health
affected by them, to say nothing of the inconve
nience anil suffering, which they produire. It is
important to have all caries promptly arrested/
If treated in time most teeth muy be preserved.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain
»
by the use of Nitrous Oxkle Gas, a harmless and
pleasant anesthetic.
J. J. VANDERFORD, D. D. S.
Middletown, Del.
May 9-tf
NOTICE.
TfMlE Annual Meeting of the Fruit Grower's
X Asociation of Delaware and Maryland, will
he held at the Hotel of William.T. Chance, in
the Village of Odessa, Del. on
Saturday, the 13 th day of June, 1808?
at one o'clock, P. M.
JOSEPH W. VANDEGR1FT,
Seeretar
OmcsBA,
ß&r Cecil Democrat, Delaware Republican,
Chestortown Transcript, and Smyrna Times pub
lish till meeting, and send bill to advertiser.
May 30-t*n
fcl.
NOTICE.
O NE Instalment, of
the Capital Stock of the Middlutown Hull
Company will be due, and payable to John R.
Monday, June 15th, 1868. Prompt
payment of the same is urgently requested.
J. THOMAS BUDD,
May 16 —jw Secretary.
Dollar per Share upon
Hall, Esq.
SCOWDRICK & MOORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS AND
GROCERY DEALERS
1
ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends
and the public generally, that they have just
received and are constantly receiving direct from
the Importers and Jobbers a large and splendid
stock of Spring and Summer Goods of the latest
Styles and Patterns, consisting in part of
Pine French. Cloths,
French and Doeskin Casslmers,
R
Ladies' Fine Cloaking Cloths.
DRESS GOODS,
OP EVERY VARIETY SUCH AS
MOHAIR'S, POPLINS, ALPACAS &c.
or ALL COLORS.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS
of the best standard make.
A LAHOR STOCK OP
WHITE GOODS AND TRIMMINGS
Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, dec.
* HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware dec.
in fact everything usually kept in a first class
Country Store, and at the very lowest prices the
•kets c
afford.
We have also bought of Mr. D. McKee, his
tire stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
OF HIS OWN MANUFACTURE,
which in connection with our General Stock will
be offered at greatly reduced prices.
Thankful for your heretofore bounteous pa
tronage, we hope by strict attention to business
to share a continuance of the same.
Oil account of the Credit System being so
thoroughly reduced among the Wholesale Dealers
and Jobbers, our Trums will be hereafter 6
mouths credit, or 5
per cent off for cash.
SCOWDRICK & MOORE.
Middletown, Del
May 2-y
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS.
.
THE DIAMOND STATE
Th.rQsh.er 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 ns 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 are of the best
terial8 and workmanship, and
Warranted to Suit Purchasers.
small powers can be used to drive them
Galvanized sheet, iron is used for
Large
as desired.
Seives and Shaker bottoms. They are unequaled
in strength; durability and ease of running,
doing their work rapidly and in the best manner.
Tlie machine is a model of simplicity in its
struction and operation, and the price of it below
that of others in the market. The double shaker
sourates 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
Chain Railway Powers with steel bear
ings— Pelton and other Lever Powers. Send for
a circular.
Address—
May 23—3m
CASHO k Co. Newark, Del.
Joel Pusey, General Agt.
CONDITIONS FOR
The War Between the States ;
Its Causes, Character, Conduct
And Results,
By Hon. Alex. H. Stephens
I T will present a careful political analysis of
the past, separating real from apparent causes
of the late unhappy conflict, and give those in
terior lights and shadows of the great war only
known to those high officers, who watched the
flood-tide of revolution from its fountain-springs,
and which were so accessible to Mu. Stephens
from his position as second officer of the Änfed
eraey. -
It will be printed from a beautiful, clear, new
tvpty on fine calendered paper, made expressly for
ibis work, comprised in two large volumes of
about 65ft pages each, illustrated with numerous
fine- steel engravings, and furnished to subscri
bers iu neat and substantial binding, at the fol
lowing prices, payable on delivery :
In Extra English Moroco Cloth, at $3.75 per vol.
In Fine Leather, ( Library Style,) at 4.50 " 11
at 5.50 " 11
In Half Calf,
The Public Will Please Notice
lst. That we furnish for delivery, Books equal
in every respect to the sample copies or descrii>
tion given in prospectus. Subserilters will not
be obliged to take the work unless it corresponds
with the description in every particular.
2d. We instruct Agents to have but
price
for our publications, under penalty of a refusal
to supply their lists, and a forfeiture of their ap
pointments.
3d. We sell our books exclusively by subscrip
tion, through our traveling Agents, and i
i through book stores; theref«
this is the
iv iu which they can be obtained.
To avoid delaying the Agent, whose time
is valuable, subscribers are requested to be pre
pared with price of the book on its presentation
by the Agent.
National Publisuino Co. Publishers.
JOHN A. LUO BY,
Agent.
ouly
4 th.
23—tf
WOOL MANUFACTURING.
I ^ARMERS and others, having wool to nmnu
fiu ture, will find it their interest to tall at
Hkumstkah Faotohy on Mill Creek, where special
attention \yill lie paid to manufacturing Cloths,
Cassimeres,- Kerseys, Blankets, Stocking Yarn,
&c. »fnd with skilled workmen, and increased
facilities, a'guiuirantec is given, that, the work
will be done in a proper manner, and at reason
able prices. Full market price paid in cash for
Wool at the Factory. Also on hand a good line
of Superior Goods, Yam Ac. at 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.
THOMAS WORRELL,
809 Tatnall St. Wilmington, Del.
May 23—lmo
FOR RENT.
A T Townsend, Del. a good two story House,
Back building and Kitchen nearly new,
Garden, Smoke House, Wash house, and
good
Pump of water in the yard. Possession
given at once.
May 30-lm
be
Apply to
SAMUEL TOWNSEND.
Towo:cnd.
NEW GOODS.
Spring and Summer Opening; !!
AT
J. A. Reynolds & Sons'
MIDDLETOWN.
H AVING replenished our Stock with a large
and complete assortment of Spring and
Summer Goods, we are now enabled to offer
extra inducements to the people of Middletown
and vicinity, as the following list of prices of
some of our leading articles .will show,
Calicoes at 1Ô, 12} and 14 cents per yard.
B'd Muslins 10 12}, 15, 20 and 25 " "
Unbleached do 10 12} 14, 16 and 20 " "
5-4 Pillow Case do 25, 31, and 3*7} " "
Am'r and Russian Crash. 12}, 15, and 18 " "
American Ginghams 12}, 15, and 20 " "
Tickings 25, 35, and 45
DRESS GOODS.
American Lawns 20, 22. and 25
Jaconet do 31, 37}, and 45
Plaid and Fig. Cambrics 22, 25 and 31
American Detains 20. 22 and 25
All Wool do 37}, 45, and 50
Bluck and Colored Alpacas 50 to 90
Silk-Mixed & all Wool Poplins 75 to 1,25 " "
Coatings and Cassimeres.
A splendid stock of 6-4 Coatings and Cloak
ings, consisting of Tricots, Piques, Doe-Skins,
Ac., in Black and Fancy Colors, ranging in
price from $1 50 to $6 00 per yard.
Fancy Cassimeres for Pants und Vest 90, $1 25,
$1 50, $1 75 and $2 00 per yard.
per yard.
NOTIONS, &c.
per Spool,
per Lb.
Spool Cotton
Knitting do
Linen 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.
5, 8 and 10 cts
62}, 75, and 87}
10, 12}, 18, 25 and 35 cts each.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Lasting Gaiters a $1,25, $1,50, $2,00
and $2,50 per pair.
Misses' Lasting Gaiters
and $1,75 per pair.
Gents' 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 per
pair.
$1,00, $1,25, $1,50
GROOEEIES.
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.
Brow
per lb.
Molasses at 50, 62}, 75 and 95 cts.per gallon.
Please call and examine !
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS.
d White Soaps at 6, 8 and 10 cents
April 25, 1868.
NAUDAIN & BROTHER
OF THE WELL KNOWN
CHEAP COENER,
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, Wr.r..
nsutta, Willianisville, 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
Dross Goods,
. Consisting of Alpacas, Poplins, Mohairs and
Wool De Lams, and a nice stock of
WHITE GOODS.
Wc have a fine stock of Spring
CLOTHS, COATINGS,
and fancy CASSIMERES,
which wc make a specialty.
Boots & Shoes, Selling Low,
Just receiving sewed and pegged BOOTS AND
SHOES. Ladies and Misses Button and Congress
Gaiters, from the manufacturers, all to be sold at
small advance.
CARPETS, STRAW MATTINGS AND
COCOA MATS.
A full line WALL PAPER, at city price«.
Mackerel, Herring and Shad, always on hand.
T'V- ALL WE ASK IS A CALL, AND SHOW
GOODS WITH GREAT PLEASURE. TW,
NAUDAIN A I1KO.
Middletown.
April 18—ly
LEWIS' PUEE WHITE LEAD
IN 12}, 25, 50 AND 100 lb. KEGS.
Black Paint, Prussian Bine,
eilKOIUE: OREES anil YELLOW,
llurnt stud Ran Umber,
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA,
Indian Red, Red Read,
YEN. 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,
Glne, Gum Shellac,
LAMP BLACK, WINDOW GLASS,
besides a full assortment of
Paint Brushes and Sash Tools
For Salk by
J. A. REYNOLDS & SONS.
May 16, 1868—3ra
1
HARNESS MAKING.
r FUIE undersigned having
X making at
ODESSA, DEL.
Is prepared to furnish every article ii
the most reasonable ter".::.
His experience in city aud country justifies his
promise that
commenced Harness
at
his line
ALL HIS WORK WILL BE OF THE
X&BEST QUALITY.
And gives him confidence to solicit a share of the
public patronage.
^ö*"His Shop is
Main street, in the house
formerly occupied by Joseph Tawrosv.
WM. T. GALLAHER.
April 25—tf.
LIVERY STABLE.
H OBSES AND CARRIAGES for hire at the
Stables of L. R. Davis' Middletown Hotel.
The horses are safe, and careful drivers will be
provided when desired,
ply to
Jan. 4.—y.
Terms moderate. Ap
TH#S. MURRAY,
At the Stables.
FOR sXlE.
I HAVE for .Sale about 50,000 No. 1 OSAGE
ORANGE Quicks. Apply to
R. R. COCHRAN.
April 11-tf
Delaware Rail Road Line.
Summer Arrangement.
O N and after SUNDAY, April 12th, 1808,
Passenger Trains will run a* follows, until
further notice :
Train leaving Crisfield 2.45 A. M. will run
every morning, except Monday. All other
Trains Sundays excepted.
NORTH.
Leave Crisfield, 2 45 A. M.
" Marion,
" Kingston,
" Westover,
" Prin. Anne, 3 30
11 Eden
fl Forktown
" Salisbury 4 05
" Del mar
" Laurel
" Seaford
" Bridgeville 5 00
" Greenwood
" Farmington
" Harrington 5 30 7 00 a. M.
" Felton
" Plymouth
" Canterbury
" Wll. Grove
" Camden
" Dover
" Moorton
* ' Bren ford
" Smyrna
" Clayton
" Sassafras It'd
" Blackbird
" Townsend
" Middleto'n 7 05
" Mt Pleasant
" St Georges
" Bear
" New Castle 7 45 9 55
Arrive Wilm. 8 03 a. m. 10 15
" Philad'a 9 30 " 1145 A. M. 5 40 P.M.
u Baltimore 1 15 p. m 1 15 P. M.
7 30 A.M.
8 00
8 20
8 45
0 20
9 45
10 05
10 30
10 45
11 05
11 30
11 50
4 30
4 40
12 OU M.
12 15 P. M.
12 50
7 15
7 20
oo
7 20
1 00
7 25
1 05
7 35
1 15
6 05 7 50
8 05
8 10
8 05
6 30 8 20
1 30
1 45
1 55
1 50
2 05
2 10
2 20
8 35
8 40
9 00
9 10
9 25.
9 35
3 10
3 25
3 45
4 05
8 00 "
SOUTH.
Leave Philad'a 8 30 a. m. 3 30 p. m. 5 00 p. m.
" Baltimore 7 25 2 15 2 15
" Wilm 10 10 5 05 6 30
" New Castle 10 30
10 50
" Bear
" St Georges 11 00
" Mt Pleasant 11 15
" Middleto'n 11 35
" Townsend 11 45 .
" Blackbird 11 50
" Sassafras
" Clayton
Arrive Smyrna
Leave Bren tord
" Moorton
" Dgver
" Camden
" Wil. Grove 1 05
" Canterbury 1 10
" Plymouth 1 10
" Felton
" Harrington 1 40
11 Farmington 1 55
" Greenwood 2 05
" Bridgeville 2 15
' ' Seaford
" Laurel
" Del mar
" Salisbury 3 40
" Forktown 4 00
" Eden
" Prin. Anne. 4 50
" Westover 5 10
" Kingston 5 30
" Marion
Arrive Crisfield
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
12 50
8 25
8 30
6 50
I
8 35
8 45
7 10
9 05
9 15
9 20
9 30
9 30
9 35
9 501». M.
8 20
2 35
H 10
8 55
2 55
3 10
9 30
4 15
10 00
10 10
5 45
6 05 p. M. 10 45 p. M.
New Castle Trains.—L eave New Castle for
Wil min
and
phia 12 00 M. and Wilmington 1 15
New Castle.
Smyrna Branch Trains.— Additional 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 trains to and from Dover, and Stations
South. Also, train will leave Smyrna at 6. 15
A. M. Sundays and Mondays excepted, to
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 run
in elose T connection with Steamboats to Norfolk
and Portsmouth and Express Trains to and from
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. Tlicy
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 station to which
they have tickets.
gton and Philadelphia at 12 05 P. M.—
Mondays at 7 45 A. M. Leave Philudel
P. M. for
E. Q. SEWALL,
Superintendent Delaware R. R.
April 18.
Whann's Super Phosphate,
EH0DES' SUPEE PHOSPHATE,
Moro Phillips' Super Phosphate.
CrotiNilale'g Super I'll »splint e,
IIEWES' SUPER PHOSPHATE,
COE'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
HAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE.
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE,
BERGER & BUTZ'.
PERUVIAN GUANO,
PACIFIC GUANO,
RODUNDA GUANO.
SCIIUYLKILL LIMP],
WRIGHTSVILLE LIME,
CHESTER VALLEY LIME.
LODI POUDRETTE.
FOlt SALE BY
E. T EVANS.
April 11.
Excelsior Reaper & Mower.
New Yorker Eeaper & Mower.
Little Otant Reaper & Mower.
Woods' Reaper & Mower.
STONER STEEL TOOTH RAKE.
WeBtinghouse Threshing Machine.
For Sale at the Agricultural Warehouse of
E. T. EVANS.
Middletown, Del.
10,0p0 SALMOM BRICKS,
10,000 Red Rrioks,
20,000 Hard Bricks.
E. T. EVANS,
Middletown, Del.
FOR SALE BY
April 25
SHERIFFALTY.
To the Democratic Voters qf New Castle County
Gkntlkmrn :—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 successful nominee.
JAMES ARMSTRONG.
Newark, February 22, 1861—tn
7h the Voters qf the Democratic Party of New
castle County.
Gentlemen :—Encouraged by many friends I
am induced to offer myself as a candidate for tlie
nomination of Sheriff for tl:e 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.
JACOB RICHARDSON.
Wilmington, February 22, ldG8— tu
W. M. KENNARD,
or TDK WEU. KNOWN
DRY GOODS AND CARPET HOUSE
300 Market Street, Wilmington,
offers to the buying public one of the most desir
able assortment of
*£* GOODS
ever displayed by this old established house.
Buying for CASH, selling on the same terms,
PurchaAlnff front Amt Hantig,
Afl WELL AH
Importing some Styles of Goods.
all combined, gives him many advantages not
usual with retail stores.
,1 LARGE STUCK,
PLENTY OF LIGHT,
No Misrepresentation of Goods,
AND LOW PRICES
r>
are SOME of the inducements held forth
to buyers.
January 4, 1868—6m
628 Iioor SKIRTS. 628
W ILLIAM T. IICPKIN'S "own make" o
" Keystone Skirts," are the best mid 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 3£ springs, $1.25. War ran fed in even/ respect.
Our own make of Union Skirts, Eleven Tape
Trails, from 20 to 50 springs, $1.20 to $2.50.
Plain, Six.Tapes, 20 to 50 springs, from 95 cent.
to $2 00. These Skirts are better than those sold
by other establishments as first class goods,
at much lower prices.
Our own make of Champion Skirts are in every
way superior to all other Hoop Skirts before tin
public, and only have to be examined
.of the fact. Manufactured ol
-finished English Steel Springs.
id
worn U
convince every
the liest linen
very superior tapes, and the style of the metalie
fastenings and manner of iseeiirhig them fuj-puts
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 el*uper than all others. Every lfidy »hould
try them. They are being sold extensively liy
Merchants throughout this and tlie adjoînîiÿ.
states,-at very moderate prices. If you want (lit
best, ask for "Hopkin's Champion Skirt." II
you do rat find .them,
whom vQirdeal to order them, for you,
tt-iâfreet to us. Merchants will find
get the merchant with
■ nnu
or sen
different ferades of Skirts exactly what they need,
and we {specially invite them to call and examine
our extensive assortment, Or send for Wliolesalc
Price List.
Tobe had at Retail at Manufactory, and of the
Retail Trade generally, and at Wholesale of the
Manufacturer only, to whom all orders should be
Manufactory and riulesroom, 628
between 6th and 7th streets.
WM. T. HOPKINS.
addressed.
Arch Street,
Philadelphia.
March 14—4m
DE. J. J. VANDEEF0ED,
Graduate ot the Pennsylvania College of
DENTAL 81KUERY,
H AVING located in Middletown, Pel- <TgE^
respectfully an nan lives to the public^fiSSt
that be is prepared to perforin all operations per
taining to the practice of
DENTISTRY.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mounted on Dental Vul
canite, a material superior to meutls 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 oues make their
appearance.
ß&'X superior Dentifrice constantly
Office seven doors east of the Bank/
January 4, 1868—ly
hand.
DR. MUSGROVE,
DENTIST,
ELKTON, MARYLAND,
O FFICE—Opposite the Presbyterian Church.
Teeth Extracted without Pain by the use of
Nitrous Oxide Gas ; or by the latest improve.
—the Spuav Producer, formed by Rigol ine or
Ether.
This Narcotic Spray is used where sensitive
teeth are to be excavated preparatory to filling.
Also, for painless removal of the Dental Pulp,
and for minor surgical o|*emtions.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted, from one to
a full set.
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 kcptVonstantlv
on hand; also, Dr. J. I). White's Dentine.
THOMAS H. MUSGROVE, D. I). S.
Elkton ,MA. :Jan|taryl8^ 1868—ly
,u THE WOitlUDUS
Combined Mower & Reaper,
TUB VKitY BKST IN TUB WOItl.D.
THE ECONOMY
Wood Tooth Self-Delivering Hay and
Grain Bake,
For Sale by •• •
O RDERS arc being received for the above new
and superior machinery, and a limited num
ber only can be supplied this season. Send y<—"
orders at once. Call and examine them.
Agents for Economy Rake wanted, to
whom a liberal commission will be allowed.
March 7—tf
- - J. T. IIUDD.
PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING.
TUPKRYlOUar
X FKCTLY FiReT'i
Water and Steam and
roof. Forming a solid sheet of
Slate, without seam or joint, large as the surface
covered. Light, durable and cheap. Send for a
pamphlet giving full particulars.
Orders foi; roofiqg n^omptly attended. to.
m fc(>$KRfr ATKINSON,
No. 5 West Fourth St. Wilmington, Del.
April 4-îhn
pi it
GEORGE M. PATCHÇN.
Thi« thorough bred trotting Horse
will stand for Mares the unsuing season.
Insurance, one nmre, $30, tto o
$28 each, three mares $36 each, four
mares $25 each.
Marclf 14—3m
J ^ LACK SMI TU S COAL.
April 11, 1368.
mares
or more
I
JAMES T. SHALLCROSS.
For sale l*v
E. Y. EVANk
'f
i S
*/*
;
41
*7 S
S
The HOWE Sewing Machinai
MANUFACTURED KT
the jbowjb MAcmim
-BLUB HOWE, nt.,
»OB FAMILIES AND MANUTAOYO]
THE GREAT PRIZE.
É8F08ITJ0N ÜMYIMHLI, Pa
▲warded over Eltfhty-two Competitor«.
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM.
TBS ONLY CROSS OF THE LEGION OF
HONOR AND GOLD MEDAL.
J?*®
[3 g?
Mi
». per Imperial Decree, pw
" (Olh. ini Journal of the
A
edin the" Moniteur i
Empire), id July,
Fnbrirat«*
coudre exposant.
IHM I
Etna Hows. Je
nrgeWfftf
tinea. Exhibitor.

The flowe Sewing Marhl
k. uai
celebrated for dt
edlo for the aain«
The
i ail kinda of Family aewing, and Man«
-ription. making a beautiful and perfect
idea of the article aewed. and wlllnaitbee
ii aa near perfection ai the beat machinery
if any part nceda to be m>
irbine ii without a rival, *ad
_ raider. On
t charge.
alike' on&rti)
Stitch
i
cry Marhir
The parti heti
placed, t lie oper
Tlie New lni|
Ouldegu* wUh"
ived Famîly
ed.-a Hem.
h Family Machine fr
of Sowing Macbi
aerve'the Medallion Head
rmbeded !
vantageo
i»*tly Cautioned to ob
t Klim llowe. Jr., (TradtMM»
Certain partira have taken a*
ne. and other equally dtahtaref
the Public ai How« Machine«
BEND FOR CIRCULAR.
h M
•imllnrily ofuai
iit imitât Ioita on
device* to foi
New Turk C tt mm t wmë
and baiter combined, lev all Sewing
N. B. W« have Fuller ft Barnn
■el f-aewer or aelf-gu

SIDNEY Ac STOOPS,
Penaaylvimln. N
Irt-Mrd at either ofthefoho
racy, Delaw
fa
it be «4
Eighth
«t Clair
Agenrln
: No. t3 South
eet Philadelphia. ( Prinrlj.al Office) ; No. 4 8a!
eet. Pittsburg. Pennsylvania, or 27« Broad itreet, Newark,
w Jersey
HORR 1BLE !!!
I HAVE SUFFERED WITb CATARRH Unify
years, it had destroyed my romand smelling—
Impaired my sight and hearing. In six weeks I
have been entirely cored. For humanity's sake I
will send the reeipo for the 6ii»ple remedy used,
rosTAGF. free, to all afflicted. Those wishing of
needing the same, will ploasc address.
JAS. T. HOLDEN, Station D,
Bilde TT<»use„N. Y.
ritiiosussu's Crow« Crinoline«
JL Are Charming for Light&M«.
■on*« Crow« Crinoline«
Arc Superior for Elasticity,
T -
»■*« Crow« Crinoline«
Are unequalled for Durability,
T
ho
T htmson'a Crown Crinoline«,
la u word, arc tho best iu the world, ««4
-widely known than any other.
At wholesale by
THOMSON, LANGDON A Co.,
391 Broadway,
New York.
!
HOWES
p.VERY DESCRIPTION OF SCALE «»uuira
Jj eeTtes ■4Ttar*rorio*. Send for Cst«logur end ClrreUr
second hand Scales of other niskers, take« la pert pay (er
ears, foqpele CHEAP.
HOWE SCALE CO..
a Park Place. Ban Tuft
Federal st.. Inf«. .
(laTABuaaxD ix 183.1.)
FIRST PRIZE GOLD HfDAtfc
Awardsd by tbs American Institute, X« T.«
1867, to
SCHUTZE & LUD0LÎT,
FOR TUB REST
PIANO FORTES.
Sole Manufacturers of Grand and Square Patent
Monitor Plate Piano Portes, with
DOUBLE ÏE0N FBAME.
A COMPLETE PROTECTION AGAINST WET,
COLD OR HOT CLIMATE.
(Patented February 2utli,*1866. )
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARÄ.
»■ns. 454 Broome Ml.» New York«
by their peculiar Cm
ml their merit ««nslata
The r«t.
Monitr
all
then is p one s eu l few
a tne quantity as w«ll
the
t n
By
as the qunlity oftl . .
The»» IMiuios have boen pronounced by the best judges
unrivalled for
Power and Sweetness of Tone, Easy and Agrsea b U
Touch and Beauty of Finish.
Thalbar*
II
eft It»«'
Most fl
«. **F rom long «I
ha'k, St
nsa
I 1 rufe
asked by la
pricca as
Pianos
■id for Circular aud Price Lint.
NEW YORK PIANO FORTE
COMPANY.
(CHARTERED MARCH, 1664.)
Manufacturer» of
JGRAND AND SQUARE
Agraffe Piano-Fortes.
IV«. 340 and 349 Second A
90th STREET,)
NEW YORK.
Bend for descriptive Catalogue and Price Later
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NEW YORK
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