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KTERYSATURDAY,
-j»lJBLISlHD
BV IIEMIV VANDEUPOUD.
JZÊ* Office corner Main and Scott streets, over
D. L. Dunning's Book and Vuriety Store.
Terms.—$ 2.00 per annum, payable in advance.
Single copies five cents.
Bates.—<5
square-of ten lines,
$1 for thé first insertion and 25 cents for each
subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
six months $6. For a quarter of a column three
mouths $8: six mouhts $15; one year, with the
privilege or four changes, $25; for half a column
$50. Fractions of a square to be counted as a
When the number of insertions is not
A DVRRTISINO
square.
marked, advertisements will bo continued until
forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
K blinked at advertising rates; Marriages aud
aths inserted fVee. Yearly advertisers must
confine their advertisements tu their own business.
JB f* AU letters should be addressed to Tun
Middletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
Tho Frccdmen's Bureau, says the Bulti
seven hundred and
more SWi, employs
three agents and clerks, whose aggregate
salaries are $809,340 per annum, irrespec
tive of their pickings in government rations,
clothing, &c. Of theso officials 04 are in
Washington at a cost of $90,000 per an
num, and in addition there are 50 others
in the District of Columbia at a cost of
$53,040. Maryland has fortunately only
9, at a cost of $11,700 per annum, while
Virginia has 53, at a cost of $01,180r
Altogether tho bureau and military cost
$11 ,000,000 per year of the people's mo
ney to maintuin satraphies and purchase
the votes of uututored colored men to sus
tain radicalism in power.
It is estimated that 50,000 bushels of
peaches will be shipped from Charleston,
this season.
MA ltKI ICI).
At the residence of the bride's Father, in Odes
sa, Del. On Wednoedny the 3rd. instant by Revd.
Geo. A. Phoebus, Colon Furguson to Miss Corde
lia Lord, nil of NowCnstlo county, Del.
June 8th, at the residence of A. McConnughy,
Clayton. Delaware, by Rev. William B. Gregg,
J. Harns Glatt*, of Wilmington, toM. Emma
Riggs, of Clayton.
On the 11th inst. at tho Presbyterian church,
New Castle, by the Rev. J. B. Spottswood, J. L.
De La Cour, of Camden, N. J. to Mary O. daugh
ter of Grantham I. Nivin, Esq. of New Castle.
DIED.
At his residence iu Middlesex county, Virginia,
tho 2nd instant, after an il Bness of two weeks,
Samuel II. Hurley, iu the G5th year of his age,
late of Kent county, Md.
On Wednesday inoruiug last, Mrs. Mary A.
Othoson, wife of Mr. John Othusou, near Middle
town, after a lingering illness.
TI1H 91AUKETS,
MIDDLETOWN >IARKET.
$2 60
Wheat, prime red
Corn yellow.
44 white.
! ns
1 00
Oats.
Timothy Seed
Clover Seed..
Butter...».
Eggs.
Chickens.
Lard.
Hogs.......
Beef..
Hams...
Sides...
Shoulders.
Potatoes..;,....
80
. 3 75
. 8 00
..20(^25 cts. 1$ lb
..30 cts dozen
..16(^18 44 44
..19(/f!20 44 44
..l(l(ÎÂ15 44 44
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1 «2(<f>l 75 t! bush
PHILADELPHIA.
Prime red wheat,
(torn, now yellow.
Oats.
.$2 65©2 75
1 15
86®87
j MING TON.
Wheat red.
Corn..
Oats.
Flour..
.$2 50
1 15
B5
$12 50017 25
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, and CATARRH
treated with the * tatmost success, by J Isaacs,
M. D. and Professor of Disease of the Eye and
Ear, in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 12
years experience, (formerly of Ley denHolland,)
}io. 805 Arch Street, Phila. Testimonials
~be seen at his office. The medical faculty
vited to accompany their patients, as ho has no
secrets in his practice. Artificial eyes inserted
without 7>ain. No charge for examination.
MRS. HATCH,
W ISHES to inform the Ladles of Middletown
apd vicinity, that she has constantly on
rge and w ell selected stock of Millinery
ods, ana is now offering them at reduced, pri
ces. _ Hats for ladies, neatly trimmed, as low a*
$1 50. Children's Hats, ready trimmed, at 75
*" ' ' I pur
hand a la:
Goods, tin
cents. Call and examine my'stock, before
chasing elsewhere.
June 20—tf
J. B. F.ENIMORE & Go.
A RK expecting'a cargo Of First Class SHIN
GLES, in a few days. Persons in want of a
good Jirtiele would do well to give then a call.
June ?0 ' ,» '
FOR SALE.
S WKRT POTATO PLANlV Culcry, 'Cabbago
and Tomato Plants, For sale by
J. HENRY HANSON,
Near Middletown, Del.
May 23-2w
FOR SALE.
* 'V_y Apply to
June (£—3m
for 8aje, at $3.50 per pair
B. F. LIPPINCOTT,
National Hotel, Middletown, Del
BIRDS,
O. A H. BARMOEE,
PIANO FORTS
MANVFACTUIUCnB,
Ware-room*, 348 Bleeoker Street, New York Oity.
' . XI Year« E«inbli«hf4, ntid 27 Pria*
modal* Afrarded.
nnlverstlly acknowledge?' by
o be the Best niauufo-tured.
ntro«4icr«i and nut if.
!"
■ndWherewr tUyy have lm-n i
■cqnlred tq.««r On« word -
.atand« to tho
«4«k-#lU0 to tlAOIlMjlWq M
, ;• ' livery Piano JPafte Warranted for 5 Year«, and
*• to give Satisfaction,
' Oqr Pianos »re mad« to la«t i them aterlala a«ed for every
.part are thornujbW aouanuf d, and <jf the very beat quality that
can hr procured, fin part la »Hghted -, what the publfv rye
might paw orac, never ««capeaour vigilance. Krery part, ln«ide
Lut, la licnettly. faUhfully and tborouahly mnde. no that It
lbeart**«Do«t aiinute exanilnntinn. They differ from tha
p, coanalnuc of moat piano«, (whiah I« bad In the begin
ML **4 fhiwrwonie averv dav, ) inaamucli m It la refined and
Icate, pure 4u Ita Vlhratlona, dnlightful in tUaingmg capacl*
11 all tha power naceaaary to produca «very deal red
e. without doubt, the beat, the miwt laatlng. and
tljrThïVbaap«;«r We are coûtent with a fair profit.
ran«* from moo to eson.oo,
OBB0ÄN JtAHUFAOTUEISO 00MPAKY,
loo Blmlitr Hired, H. V
" osuoHii " uiRD jun> «mai. clore.
"'rÄii KSifoVtH: c —•
Tbeao Cage« an ofa croat variety of «tyl M aud AnUb. amd
1'.
II.,
fotl
itamadebir US In I
fimt < Inn« Plano Fo
n be bought elaewhere

hry
' SaVvmSi
Canary* Parrot. Mocking Bird. Squirrel *c.
They are OUahad In a «iiMrinr manner; »» »Ow or »>.
'xzrsSxs&r -hü rïi
den will appndatatbaae pointa of exrellenre. to be fuund in
rÄ'ißi •* ,k *
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BAUGH'S
COMMERCIAL MANURES.
ifflf;
PACKAGE.
ON EVERY
BAUGH & SONS, Philada.
AND
NORTH WESTERN FERTILIZING Co.
Chicago,
Sole Manufacturers.
PRICES.
BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE,
056 per 2000 pounds.
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE FERTILIZER,
$50 per 2000 pounds.
BAUGn'S CHICAGO BLOOD MANURE,
$50 per 2000 pounds.
The above Manures are furnished in both bags
and barrels, whichever customers perfer. The
bugs ure uuiforui iu weight 160 pounds.
The attention of Farmers is especially directed
to the fact that the sources of the Haw Material
of which the above Manures arc composed, are
so well uuder control that we c
of strictly uniform quality and condition, and
that they contain a larger percentage of ammo
nia than any oilier class of manufactured ma
nures in the market.
furnish them
BAUGH & SONS,
20 S. Delaware Avenue,
PlIILADELl'
North Western Fertilizing Co.,
Cor. Lake k Lnsalle Sts.
Chicago.
ßdT' Bauchi'm Commercial Manures may be
procured from dealers in any of the principal
towns in the United States or Dominion of Canada.
Juuo 20—4m
W. M. KENNARD,
OK THE WELL KNOWN
DRY GOODS AND CARPET HOUSE
3ÜG Market Street, Wilmington,
offers to the buying public one of the most desir
able assortment of
taeSr* GOOD S '=SP8r
displayed by this old established house.
Buying for CASH, selling on tho same terms,
Purchasing f rom lirst Hand»,
AH WELL AS
Importing sonic Styles of Goods,
all combined, gives him many advantages not
usual with retail stores.
A LARGE STOCK\
PLENTY OF LIGHT ,
No Misrepresentation of Goods,.
AND LO W PRICES
JF-if* are SOME of the inducements held forth
to buyers.*1551
January 4, 1868—6in
HARNESS MAKING.
T HE undersigned having commenced Harness
making at
ODESSA, DEL.
I, prepared to furnish every article in hifl line
on the most reasonable terms.
His experience in city and country justifiée his
promise that
ALL HIS WORK WILL BE OF THE
AST BEST QUALITY, j?#
And gives him confidence to solicit a shnre of the
pâblic patronage.
.Ä-fU'Hie Shop is on Main street, in tho house
formerly occupied by Joseph Tawresy.
WM. T. OALLAHER.
April 25—tf.
THE WORLD'S
Combined Mower & Reaper,
THE VERY BEST IN THE WORLD.
THE ECONOMY
Wood Tooth Self-Delivering Hay and
Grain Rake.
For Bale by - •
• • J. T, BUDD.
O RDERS arc being received fbr the above new
and superior machinery, and a limited num
ber only can he supplied this season. Send your
orders at onco. Cal^and examine them. .
ßdl" Agents for Economy Rake wanted, to
whom a liberal commission will be allowed.
March 7—tf
TURBINE WATER Wl IEEL,
D R. T. J. KINDLEBERGER'S latest impro
ved patent.
Double Centre-Vent Duckeye
TURBINE
WALTER WHEEL,
Patented November 4th, 1862, and July 11th,
1865. WM. H. SPRATT, Millwright,
Cherry Hill, Cecil county, Md.
April 11, 1868—ly GENERAL AGENT
WANTED.
A HOUSEKEEPER, to go to Sassafras Neck,
Cecil county, Md. References required. For
terms, or other information apply to,
WM. M. KNIGHT.
Address,—Cecil ton, Cecil Co. Md.
Juno 13—tf.
GEORGE M. PATCHEN.
This thorough bred trotting Horse
will stand for Mares the ensuing season.
Insurance, one inarc, $30, two mare*
$28 each, three marcs $26 each, four or more
marcs $25 each.
March 14—3m
•as
JAMES T. SHALLCROSS.
B LACKSMITH'S COAL. For side by
E. T. EVANS.
April 11. 1868.
Delaware Rail Road Line.
Summer Arrangement.
O N and after MONDAY, June 8th, 1868.
Passenger Trains will run asfo Hows, until
further notice :
Train leaving Crisfield 2.45 A. M. will run
•ning, except Monday. All other
Trains Sundays excepted.
every
NORTH.
Leave Crisfield, 2 45 A. M.
" Marion,
44 Kingston,
" Westover,
44 Prin. Anne, 3 30
" Eden
" Forktown
" Salisbury 4 Oft
" Delmar
. " Laurel
44 Seaford
" Bridgevillo ft 00
14 Greenwood
" Farmington
" Harrington 5 30 7 00 a. m.
" Felton Ï ti
" Plymouth 7 20
44 Canterbury
" Wll. Grove
44 Camden
44 Dover
44 Moorton -
44 Breûford
44 Smyrna
7 30 A. M.
8 00
8 20
8 40
0 4ft
10 0ft
10 30
10 45
11 05
11 30
11 50
12 00 M.
12 15 P. M.
12 35
12 50
1 00
1 00
- 1 05
M
7 20
7 20
7 35
1 15
6 05 7 50
8 05
8 10
8 0 ft
6 30 8 20
1 30
1.45
55
1 50
Clayton
2 05
Sassafras R'd
Blackbird
Townsend
Middleto'n 7 05 9 00
M t Pleasant
8t Georges
2 10
8 35.
a ao
tt 40
2 30
2 45
9 10
9 25
9 3ft
44 New Castle 7 45 9 55
Arrive Wilm. 8 03 A. m. 10 15
" Phi lad'
44 Baltimore 1 15 p. m
3 10
Be
3 25
3 45
4 05
9 30 44 11 45 A; M. 5 40 P.M.
5 P. M. 8 00 44
SOUTH.
11 00 P. M. 8 30 A. M. 5 00 p.m.
7 25
Leave Philad'a
44 Bnltimoro 9 00
44 Wilm 12 25
44 New Castle 12 15
44 Bear
44 St Georges
44 Mt Pleasant
44 Middleto'n 1 35
2 15
a.m. lo 10
G 25
10 30
10 50
11 00
11 15
6 45
7 00
7 15
7 30
11 3
7 50
8 00
11 45
11 50
12 00 m.
Iilackl.ini
H 05
44 Sassalrü
44 Clayton
Arrive 8my
Leave Bren ford
44 Moorton
44 Dover
44 Camden
8 15
2 05 p. m. 8 20
830
H 25
8 35
8 55
9 05
2 05
12 15
12 10
12 20
12 40
12 50
2 30
Wil. Grove
05
9 15
Canterbury
Plymouth
Felton
Harrington
Farmington
G roenwood
Bridgeville 3 50
Scuford
Laurel
]>elnmr
Salisbury
Forktown
Eden
1 10
9 20
9 20
9 30
9 45 P.
10
20
3 20
} 10
2 (»5
2 15
2 35
2 55
3 10
3 10
4 00
4 15
4 50
5 10
5 30
5 45
6 05 p. m.
4 10
4M
5 05
Prin. Anno
5 40
Westover
Kingston
5 50
Arrive Crisfield
C 25 p.m.
Nf.w Castle TnAixs.—'Leave New Castle for
Wilmington and Philadelphia at 12 05 P. M.—
and on Mondays at. 7 45 A. M. Leave Philadel
phia 12 00 M. and Wilmington 1 15 P. M. for
New Castle.
Smyrna Branch Trains. —Additional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 1145' A. M.
and 8 10 P. M. Leave Clayton for Smy
8 40 A. M. and 2.10 P. M. to make connection
d from Dover, and Stations
•ill leave Smyrna at 6. 15
A. M. Sundays and Mondays excepted, to con
nect with express, aud return leaving Clayton
at 6 45 A. M.
Trains leaving Crisfield at 2 45 A. M., and
Wilmington going South ut 12 25 A. M. will
in close conueciion with Steamboat* to Norfolk
and Portsmouth and Express Trains to and fr
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Y'ork. They
will stop on the Delaware Railroad Line only at
principal stations at which tlieir time is stated.
Except that Steamboat Train South will let off
passengers from Baltimore at any station to which
they hive tickets.
with trains to
South. Also, Irai
E. Q. SEW ALL,
Superintendent Delaware R. R.
April 18.
R EGISTER'S OFFICE,
NbwCastlx Conmr, May 12th, 1868.
Upon tho application of Marjc H. Davis. Execu
tor of the last Will and Testament of Mark Davis,
late of Saint George's Hundred, in said county,
deceased ; it is orderod and directed by the Reg
ister that. the Executor aforesaid,
the granting of Letters Testamentary upon the
Estate of the deceased, with tho date of gran
ting thereof, by causing advertisements to he
posted within forty days from the date of .such
Letters, in six of the mo.4 public places of the
County of New Castle, requiring all persons hav
ing demands against the Estate, to present the
same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in such
case made and provided. And also cause the
same to be inserted within the same period in the
Middletown Transcript, a newspaper published
in Middletown, and to he continued therein two
months.
notice of
f « -x Given under the hand and Seal of of
■< l. 8. > ficc of the Register aforesaid, at New
1 w v—' ' Castle, in New Castle County aforesaid,
the day and year above written.
U. C. FRAIM, Register.
NOTICE.—All persons having claims against
the Estate of the deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Executor
before May
IHöOj or abide the Act of Assembly in
such case made and provided.
MARK H. DAVIS,
Executor.
Address—Middletown, Delaware.
5fuy 23—2m
FARMERS AND THRESHERMEN
Look to Your Interest,
A ND BUY TDK WHEELER und MELK'K
Threshing -Machines, (-of Albany, New
York, ) acknowledged by all to be the best in use
and for sale, by -
A. J. MICH EN EU, Genl. Agent.
West Nottingham, Cecil County, Md.
All Machines Warranted to giro entire satis
faction, or nmy lie returned af ter a reasonable
time for trial. Repairs constantly on hand.
Also Agent for the Keystone Clover Huiler.
April, ll-3in
SHERIFFALTY.
To the Democratic Voters </ New Castle County :
Gentlkmekn At the request of many friends
1 offer myself as a candidate for the nomination
of Sheriff of New Quelle County. Pledging
myself to give a hearty and ah undivided sup
port to tlie successful Nomincd. • , .
F4tffUND B. FRAZER
Wilmington, February, 1T,-1868—tn
NOTICE.
O NE Instalment, of one Dollar per Share upon
the Capital Stock of the Middletown Hall
Company will be due, and payable to John U.
Hall, Esq. on Monday, June 15th, 1868. Prompt
payment of the same is urgently requested.
J. THOMAS BUDD,
Secretary.
May 16—5\v
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
rpiIE undersigned, having rented the large and
X 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 lirst class store. Having
come among you for the purpose of making
honest living, he hopes by closo attention to bus
iness to receive a share of 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 us they cun be bought in any town
— the shore; cull in and examine, aud if it is not
so, you are not compelled to buy. No charge
for showing goods.
Look at Some of the Prices,
Calicoes. 8, 10. 12 and 16 cents per yard.
Bleached aud Bro^yn Muslins, 10, 12, 15, 16, and
23 cents per yard.
Good und all wool Casslmeres, 65, 75, and $1.00
per yard. Fine Black Cloths and Casslmeres
from $1,25 to $5,00.
A Fine Stook of Ready Made Clothing
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
GROCERIES.
Brown Sugar, 12 J, 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, cts per gal. Best Syrup,
$1,00 per gallon.
Pure Cider Y r inegar, 40 cts. per gal. Coal Oil,
the very best, 50 cts. per gallon.
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
TINWARE, WOODEN
and WILLOW-WARE.
NOTIONS.
Hosiery, Gloves, F
ces, Edgings and Trimmings.
•y Soap«, Perfumery, La
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS, a full
line, at low prices.
Oil Cloths, Tabic Covers, Straw Mattings and
Carpetings.
Collars, Bridles, Halters, Rope and Chain Tru
ces, Shovels, Spades, Hakes and Hues.
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.
Call in and examine, and if there is anything
you want and don't see it, call for it and we will
have it.
P. S.jfrO' Ronieml
no trouble to show goods,
liepectfully;
May 30-1 y
A. W. SPARKS.
WM L. CHALK'S,
Flour, Feed and Provision Store,
No. 9. West Main St.
Middletown, Delaware.
K EEPS constantly on hand the best grades of
Flour, Meal and Feed of all kinds, Corn
and Oats. Vegetables of all kinds in their season,
also, Fresh Meat, Beef, Veal aud Mutton, sliced
Dried . Beef, Bologna Sausage, Butter und
Eggs. Market days—Wednesday and Saturday.
Flour, Feed and Meal, 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
visit Odessa, three times a week, Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Saturdays, and deliver Flour. Meal
and Feed, in quantities tosuit. Orders delivered
to Mr. Mono}-, will receive prompt attention.
This arrangement will he continued with Mr.
Chance or his driver, at the expiration of Mr.
Money's time.
Having made arrangements with the Celebra
ted Miller, Mr. Drummond, to be supplied with
his best Flour, I can sell the
tail prices. Farmers and others from tho 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
.Hi
, I will
! at his
11
Excelsior Reaper & Mower.
New Yorker Reaper & Mower.
IAtllc Otant Reaper - « Mower.
Woods' Reaper & Mower.
ST0NEE STEEL TOOTH EAKE.
Westinghouse Threshing Machine.
For Sttlo at the Agricultural Warehouse of
E. T. EVANS.
Middletown, Del.
10,000 SALMOM BRICKS,
10,000 Red Bricks,
20,000 Hard Bricks.
E. T. EVANS.
Middletown, Del.
FOR SALK BY
April 25
ATTEND TO YOUR TEETH.
I ^EW persons are properly impressed
. with the importance of giving early
decaying teeth. The health is
affected by them, to say nothing of the inconve
nience and suffering, which they produce. It is
important to have all caries promptly arrested.
If treated in time most teeth may be preserved.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain,
attention to
often
by the use of Nitrous Oxide Gas, a harmless and
pleasant anesthetic.
J. J. V ANDERFORD, D. D. S.
Middletown, Del.
May 9-tf
NOTICE.
T HE Annual Meeting of the Fruit Grower's
Asociation of Delaware and Maryland, will
he held at the Hotel of William T. Chance, in
tho Village of Odessa, Del. on
Saturday, the liRA day of June, 1868.
o'clock, P. M.
May 30-tin
at
JOSEPH W. VANDEGRIFT,
Secretary.
Odessa, Del.
Cecil Democrat, Delaware Republican,
Chestèrtown Transcript, niul Smyrna Times pub
lish till meeting, and send hill to advertiser.
NIIERIFI'ALTY.
To the Democratic Voters of New Castle County.
Okntlkmf.n :—I again offer myself
date for the nomination of Sheriff* of New Castle
county, pledging myself to give a hearty and un
divided support to the successful nominee.
JA M ES A RMSTRONG.
candi
Newark, February 22, 1861—tn
7b the Voters qf the Democratic Party of New
castle County.
Grntlkmkn :—Encouraged by many friends I
am induced to offer myself as a candidate for the
nomination of Sheriff for tho county of New' Cas
tle, pledging myself to abide by tu
of the Democratic party, and give my hearty sup
port to the successful candidate.
JACOB RTCnARDSON.
Wilmington, February 22, 18G8—tn
nomination
LIVERY STABLE.
H orses
Stuhles of L. R. Davis' Middictowi
safe, and careful drivers
desired.
AND CARRIAGES for hire at tho
Hotel,
vill be
The horse
provided who
Term:
Migrate.
Til OS. M PR It AY,
AI
ply to
Jau. 1
\
Mm- S' aider .
SCOWDRICK & MOORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I ) RY GOODS
•GROCERY DEALERS,
Ladies' Fine Cloaking Clothe.
ESPKOTFULLY announce to their friends
and the public generally, that they have just
* constantly receiving direct from
the Importers and Jobbers a large and splendid
stock of Spring and Summer Goods of ttio latest
{Styles and PatWrus, consisting in part of
Fino French Cloths,
French and OocNkln iasNtmcr»,
R
received
DBE88 GOODS,
OY 8VBBY VAK1ETY BUÜII AB
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, Queeusware &c.
a first class
in fact everything usually kept i
Country Store, and at the very lowest prices the
afiord.
markets cs
We have also bought of Mr. D. McKee, his en
tire stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
OF Ills OWN MANUFACTURE,
rithour General Stock will
Inch in conuecti
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.
On account of tho Credit System being so
thoroughly reduced among lhe\Vhol'»sftlo Dealers
d Jobbers, onr Trums will be hereafter 6
months credit, or 5 per cent off* for cash.
SCOWDRICK k MOORE.
Middletown, Del
May 2-y
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS.
m
THE DIAMOND STATE
T lire.slier and Cleaner
TT7E call the attention of Farmers lo our iu>
▼ V proved Diamond State Thresher and Clea
ner, with double acting Separator. The practi
cal operation of tjicse machines is such 1 as will
warrant us in advising those wanting Threshers
and Cleaners to examine ours before purchasing
elsewhere. We manufacture three sizes, Np. 1,
36 inch cylinder. No. 2, 30 inch cylinder, No.
3, 26 inch cylinder. ~
terials and workmanship, and
They are of the best ma
Warranted to Suit Pu re lingers.
Large or small powers
as desired. Galv
Seives and Shaker bottoms. They are unequaled
in strength; durability and ease of running,
doing their work rapidly and in the best manner.
The
struction and operation, and the price of it below
that of others in the market. The double shaker
srparnles all the grain from the straw, none is
wusted, and tho crimped sieves and the peculiar
motion of the fan shot 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 bear
ings—Pel ton and other Lever Powers. Send for
a circular. '
Address—
May 23—3m
be used to drive them
ized sheet iron is used for
is a model of simplicity iu its
CASHO k Co. Newark, Del.
Joel Pusey, General Agt.
«
CONDITIONS FOR
The War Between the States ;
Its Causes, Cliuracter, 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 front its fountain-springs,
and which were so accessible to Mr. Stephens
from-his position os second officer of tho Confed
eracy.
It will be printod from
type,
this
beautiful, clear, new
fine calendered paper, mnde expressly for
ork, comprised in two large volumes of
about650 pages each, illustrated with numerous
fine steel engravings, and furnished to subscri
bers i
ut-uud substantial binding, at the fol
lowing prices, payable on delivery :
In Extra English Moroco Cloth, at $3.75 per vol.
In Fiue Leather, ( Library Style,) at 4.50 ". 44
In Half Calf,
at 5.50
The Public Will Please Notice
1st. That we furnish for delivery, Books equal
in every respect to tho sample copies or descrip
tion given in prospectus. Subscribers wilUnol
be obliged to take the work unless it corresponds
with the description in every particular.
2d. We instruct Agents to have but one price
for our publications, under penalty of a refusal
to supply their lists, and a forfeiture of their ap
pointments.
3d. We sell our hooks exclusively by subscrip-,
tion, through our traveling Agents, and in no
through book stores ; therefore this is the
Jy way iu which they can be obtained.
4th. To avoid delaying the Agent, whose time
is valuable,, subscribe
;d with price of tho book
>y the Agent.
National Publishing Co'. Publishers.
JOHN A. LOOBY,
Agent.
1
requested to be pre
its presentation
May 23—tf
WOOL MANUFACTURING.
FARMERS
d others, having wool to manu
facture, will find it iholr interest to call at
IIkhmstkad U a ot ou y on Mill Creek, where special
attention will be paid to manufacturing Cloths,
Cassimeres, Kerseys, Blankets, Stocking Yarn,
kc. and with skilled workmen, and increased
facilities, a guaaranlee is giv
will be done
, that the work
proper manner, and at reason
able prices. Full market price paid in cash for
Wqol at the Factory. Also on hand .a good line
of Superior Goods, Yarn kc. 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—Irao
FOR RENT.
A T Townsend, Del. a good two story House,
Back building and Kitchen nearly new,
good Garden, Smoke House, Wash house, and
Pump of water iu the yard.
'ostessitm can lie
Apply to
SAMUEL TOWNSEND
May i
NEW'GOODS.
Spring an<l .Summer Opralug! !
AT
J. A. Reynolds & Sons'
-MIDDLETOWN,.
* ' (*
H AVING replenished our Stock with a large
and complote assortment of Spring and
Summer Goods, wo are now enabled to offer
extra inducements to the people of Middletown
and vicinity, a« 'tho fpl Lowing lilt pf prices of
some of our leading articles will show,
Calicoes at 10, 121 aud I4p cents per find.
B d Muslins 10 12J, PS, 20 and «3 LJ " u
Unbleached do 10 124 14, 16 and 20 44 "
w " «
American Ginghams 12^; 10, and 20 'I
Ticking* 25, 35, and 45 " "
DEE8§ goods.
American Lawns 20, 22. and 25
Jaconet do 31, 37$, and 45
Plaid and Fig. Cambrics 22, 25 and 31 44 44
American Délai us 20. 22 und 25 " . 44
All Wqol do* 37i, 45, and 50 44 . 44
Black and Colored Alpacas 50 to 00 44 44
; {Silk-Mixed k all Wool Poplin* 75 to 1,25 44 44
Coatings and Cassimeres.
pur fard.
A splendid stdek of 0-4 Contint*« and Cloak
ings, consisting of Trieots, Piques, Doe-Skins,
Ac., in Black and Fancy Colors, ranging ip
price from $1 50 to $6 00 per yard.
Fancy Cassimeres for Punts und Vest 90, $1 25,
$1 $0, 75 and $2 00 per yard.
NOTIONS, &c. » Tf
Spool Cot t ou
Knitti
Linen
ft, 8 and 10 cts
024, 75, and 87 \
10, 124, 18, 25 and 35 cts each.
Ladies, Misses, and Children's White Cotton
Hose a 124, 15, 25, 374 and 50 cents ;>er pair.
Ladies and Misses Hoop Skirts a 50, 75, $1 00
$1 25, $1 50 each.
per Spool,
per lib.
ng do
lldkfs'
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Lasting Gaiters
and $2,50 per pair.
Misses' Lusting Gaiters a $1,00, $1,25, $1,50
and $1,75 per pair.
Gents' and Bovs Lasting gaiters a $2,00, $2,50
$3,00 mid $3,50 per pair.
Gent»' Calf Boots $5,00 $5,50 and $6,00 pei
pair.
$1,25, Sljtfo, $2,00
GROCERIES.
Brown and White Sugars utl24, 14, 15, 16,
md 18 cent* per lb.
jjuhyr
17,
aud Rio Coffees 25, 28, and 31 cts.
per 1
Green and Black Teas $1,00 $1,25 $1,50 nml
$2,00 peç 11».
n and White Soaps at 0, 8 and 10 cents
per lb.
Molasses at 50, 624, 75'and 95 c ts.i»er gnllon.
ßdS" Please coll and examine!
JOHN A. REV NULLS & SUNS.
April 25, 1868.
NAUDAIN & BROTHER
OF THE WELL KNOWN
CHEAP CORNER,
O FFER to the public a most desirable stock
of Dry Goods, which they purchased before
the advance, aud wiliseU atji small profit, Wam
asutta, Williamsville, aud 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 124 cents. Au attractive line of
Dress Goods,
g of Alpacas, Poplins, Mohair* and
La ins, and a nice stock of
WHITE GOODS.
Consistin
Wool De
We have a fine stock of Spring
CLOTHS, COATINGS,
and ftrncy CASSIMERES,
peciolty. t
which we make a
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, alwaj, on band.
AU. WK ASK IS A CALL, AND SHOW
GOODS WITH GREAT PLEASURE.-«*
WAUDAIN iL BRO.
Middletown.
April 18— ly
LEWIS' PURE WHITE LEAD
IN m, 25, 50 AND 100 lb. KEGS.
Black Paint, Prussian Blue,
CHROME GREEK mill YELLOW,
Burnt und Run limber,
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA,
Indian Red, Red Lead,
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 GLASS,
besides a full assortment of
Paint Brushes and Sash Tools,
Fon Salb by
J. A. REYNOLDS & SONS.
May 16, 1868—3m
1
Whann's Super Phosphate,
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE,
More Phillips' Super Phosphate.
Croasdalc'K Super Pliogphate,
IIKWES' SUPER PHOSPHATE.
COE'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE.
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE,
BERGER & BUTZ'.
PERUVIAN GUANO,
PACIFIC GUANO,
' ROHUNDA GUANO.
SCHUYLKILL LIME.
WRIGHTSVILLE LIME,
CIIEST13R VALLEY LlMK
LODI HOUURETTE.
KYR iMle BV
.1
April 11.
K. T EVANS
2%
K
s\
m
Stj 3
Th* HOWE Hewing Mme
* manufactured nr
»HK IIOWK jhacuinb C«.
—ELIAS E0WE ,
toa families and masufactu _
THE GREAT PRIZE*
fillMHMI Cllfm
F*
A Wanted over BJefcty-two Ooqipptttes*
tub mu rest fbioudm.
Cf
O'
to A
s
i l'ulx Icat* <W Mm-Mm*
cou Jr* «xpoMBt.
M «nufer t over of Searing
Machine«, Eahtttitor.
li Empire),
Fr«i
July,
Eil« How., Ja
!
Th« Ilawc Stwlnff Machln
rh. uiln
They «re «dieted to «11 Mind « of Family mwIdf
far tu hum of every ilewrlptiou. mäkln* « beautiful «ad perl, <4
St Writ, uilku on Loth «Idea of the article acwcd.and wtllnritka«
Every Mar hi
lathe worldcn
The part« bel
placed, tlteo
The New 1
celebrated lor
idle for tit«
I it
Oh I

exactly «like, if any part need« lu lx 1«
Machine 1* wit hont a rivai, tmé
ht. Fellcr^Iiraider quill« orné
«J the beat rnarktaery

idc fc
each Fttmily Machine
Buyer« of Sewing Maohi
«•rvethf Mvdalllnn
'•mtodtfd In .-aril M
tly Cautioned to at
f Kiln« H
<•
ii.ii:
id
r «quaitv iliulionmt
Howe Marbteen.H
foi
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
N. B. W« hate Fuller A Bai
teffaewaror «elf guide au.l bo«
• New Tack Cre««er u4
•luhineil, for all Sewing
M »dilute
SIBLEY A STOOPS,
Sole agentflm Pcniuylvniila, New J« racy, Del
Virginia, to whom all an|i*ratlog» for Arctic
•ircaacd a» cither of the follow ingplaraa t No. «3 Sonth
«irret Philadelphia ( Prinrliml OAce
•tfe«t, PRtaburr. Pann«ylraiiU.rr
New Jeraey
aware and Weal
KUhi
•J; No. « SainiCiaIr
Broad «treat. Nowork.
HORRIBLE !!'
I II AVE SUFFERED WITD CATARRH tkff%
year», it had destroyed my vo<o» and amn lMa g —
linpairt:U my night and hearing. « In «ix wecke I
have been entirely cured. For humanity 1 » sake I
will »end tho rccipn for the simple remedy need.
Posta r ,e fuf.k, to all nffiieted. Those wUhkmft or
needing tho uaiuo, will pleAse add ree«. *
JAS. T. HOLDEN, SteÜoa D,
Bible nooM«ir. T.
flthoiutau'« Crow» UrlnollaM
X . A ro Charming lot T Ightl—i
Cr«wa CrlM*lft
T
Are Superior lor WU* Mkf.
n CrlarllMf
uuoqiuUled for D arib UH p
T-T
Crow
Are
ufo Cr«wa Cri
In a word,
more widely known tban any other.
At wholesale by
THOMSON. LANG DON 4k Co..
T
ho
tlio best in the world, ate
»••M.
HOWE'S
c;
f
pVERY DESCRIPTION OF SCALt •.u.im H «MS
D ■■ 1 T îWo ,,, î ,<n, 2" . 8e,,J for c* 1 » 10 *»»« «ad ctMMigr
SSÂfÏÏi cheap/ °* r l "' xk * n^ ,#k ** *•* *•*•*
nows SCALE CA.
• puk riM« Mm fob
U! FcmUt«! at.. B i*i «
(ESTABLISHED IN 1805.)
FIRST PRIZB GOLD lflffiL ;
Awarded by the Amtrioan Imetitate, Vew YteR
1867, to
SCHUTZE & LUD0LFF,
4
FOB TI1K BEST
PIANO FORTES.'
SoU Manufacturer* at (hand and Bqmar* fatal
Monitor Plato Piano Forte*« with
DOUBLE IRON FRAME.
A COMPLETE PROTECTION AGAINST «It,
GOLD OB HOT CLIMATE.
(Patentod February 20th, 1866.)
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
WantMin*. 452 Broome MC.» Pf«w Yscft«
ppurtcvl by t lut iron IkuM, i9m5>
IrullHK Ixmr.i tlmn I« «MMM* bf
(»auUly wwtl
Plano« by tl»«tr
tlwr*, and thrir
Th« Patent Mon^
IS
rent plunk
Mint of Piano. By till«
pronounced by tba beat
The««* Piano« have
unrivalled for
Power and SwootnoBB of Tone, Easy and AgistalAl
Touch aüd Beauty of Finish.
Moot (I
of excellence ftmn
ss
l «uuertor t«etlitlr« for Mmiu fact« rin«. w««re«n
r oar Pianos at «• low price« M arc asked by 1»
peil«
Seud for Clrmlar and Price Ll«t.
NEW YORK PIANO FORTE
COMPANY.
(CIÏ.VRTKR8D HAUCH, UM.)
Manufacturer, of
GRAND AND SQUARE
Agraffo Piano-Forte*.
No. 340 an« 343 H«coad iruw,
K'OUNKU OP UOth 8T4KKT,) *
NEW YORK.
Skuf 1er descriptive Catalogue and Price Last
those beautiful
SILICATE BOOK SLATES,
Jwt published In the moat attractive atylea. t>»« ••
DESCRIPTIVE PRICK 1.1ST.
College, School, and Mercantile Book 81*1**,
(WITH FULL CLOTH 1UKDING&.)
UyAZCTZ
ROCK hlLATK.
p«n«il.
CRYSTAL BOOK BLATB,
For commua k Iiv-i ub«-, with auapatona
4« qua
SESS'Ä''" p-r-'.'' 1 ".
Ufo» office
mercantile purpeaea, wi
p*
•WÄSffiffiifflL«
ami wmlnaric«, with «onpalone
•Uma pencil, ' • da. T n II
) fnrarhiiol«
e »i.i I»cm) foe the
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A pmd roan want«Kl fur t hl» Count
Hew York Silicate Book
late
. A KtetTtefc.
T> town s l T . 8. Standard Sniks. Railroad,
1 JI lay, Coal. Pla'fonn. and <irof»*nt Sonleti
VI Good W arranted.
May 2— 3moü
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