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PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY,
BY HENltY VAIfUERFORD.
Office corner Main and Scott streets,
D. L. Dunning's liook nod Variety Store.
over
Terms.—$ 2.00 per an
Single copies live cents.
Advertising Rates.—O ne square of ten lines,
$L£pf the first insertion and 25 cents for each
subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
Bii? months $6. For a quarter of a column three
months $8 : six monhts $15 ; one year, with the
privilege of four changes, $25; for half a column
:$&0. Fractions of a square to be counted as
square. When the number of insertions is not
marked, adx'ertisements will lie continued until
forbid, and charged
published
», payable in advance.
•cordingly.
at advertising rates; Marriages and
i.itlis inserted free.
Obituaries
Yearly advertisers must
confine their advertisements to iheir own business.
All letters should he addressed to The
Middletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
Mark Grayson, the pedestrian, left Ilieli
inoml, Vo. on Tuesday afternoon, to walk
to Omaha, making sixty Democratic spee
ches on the way. 1
forty-seven days. Ilq
marked "Democracy."
followed him to the suburbs.
The trip is to consume
carries a flag
A large crowd
DIED.
At Odessa, on Saturday morning last, Miss
Amy Doughkn, in the 80ih year of her age.
On Friday «it Odessa,, Mrs. Mary Mono
of Win. Money, in the noth year of her n
At Odessa, on Fr.day. owning, 3d inst. Mrs
S. Lizzie Dudley, wife of Mr. Wm. Dudley, in
the 23d year of her age.
Jn Ibis town, on the 4th inst. Jennie W. daugh
ter of Mr. Charles E. and Mrs. Lliza Anders
aged 11 months and 18 days.
wife
ge.
THE MARKETS,
MIDDLETOWN MARKET.
Wheat, prime red
Corn 3 'elloW.
" white.
Oats.
Timothy .^cêd .
Clover Scèd.. .
Initier .
«■-T» .
Cluck eus .
/1 07
. 1 00
78
3 75
8
20^
30 et.; \\ (loz- f
Wd 13 " "
10("'i20 " "
1 0(>t 15 11 "
21)0/25 " "
ts. "ft lb
land
IIo
Beef.
Hams.
Sales .
Shoulder
Potatoes.
If
20 " "
18 " "
1 50<&l 75^ hush
.$2 30^2 40
8G088
I;
,1.
PHIL;
Prime red who.
Cbm,
Onts.
ycllo
1 17
WILM1NUTON.
Wheat red
$2 30
1 18
Oats.
Flotïr .
85
.$13 (70012 50
■DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, and CATARRH
treated wilh (be utmost s
M. 1). nnd Professor of Disea-e 'of the 1
Ear, in the Medical College of lVnnsylv..
years experience, (formerly of Leyden, Holland,)
No. «05 Arch Slreet, Pb'ila. Testimonials cun
be seen at his office.
c v
11
12
The medical faculty ar
'Rill to accompany their patients, oji lie has n
secrete in his practice. Artificial eyes inserted
without pain. No charge for examination.
QUARTERLY REPORT
OF
TEE CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
July, 18G8.
RESOURCES :
Notes and Bills Discounted
d Fixtures.
$134,716 7ft
Furniture
Revenue Stamps.
Dqefrom Banks..
U. S. Bonds deposited with
U. S. Treasurer..
Gash on hahd..
935 50
....295 40
32,658 19
.80 000
.20,881 22
r- •
• -
$269,487 10
LIABILITIES
Capital -Stock.
National Currency
State Bank Notes "
Duo to Banks.
Profit, and Loss nnd Surplus
IndFvidual Deposits..
.$80,000
...7*0,725
....1,61.9
...22,113 95
...12,530 16
...82.498 69
circulation.
$269.487 10
J. R. HALL, Cashier.
Citizens Nat. Bk. Middletown , Del. July 7 th, 18G8
The Board of Directors h >ve this day doch
•n Sami-annual dividend of five p
Ta*es, payable on and after the 15th inst.
J. R. HALL, Cashier.
•d
cent clear of
July 11—It
TIMELY HINTS TO ALL.
H OW many have lost a father, mother, bro
ther, sister, or an innocent little prattling
child, und have not even n shadow of resemb
lance to look upon. After the separation s*
little toy or a trifling article is o ' on kept foi
year»,- and cherished
How much more esteemed
be one of Horning's Pcrl'ci. Pho
loved nnd lost. Thera is seam
does not take pleasure in gazing
of a friend, aud when that friend lias 1
moved by death, wc often hear tho *exi 1.
with ah expression of regret; O! wlnit
not give for such a picturo of my friend.
Readers, perhaps you cannot do u belter thing
now t your mind-is upon the subject, then take a
hour or two und visit Horning's Gallery, the
at s
as ah I -
•mberanco.
<1 valuable
phs, of the
»n the feutur
von Id 1
■ futur ' p rio ! h v< r
for theso goiiile hin is !'
you may, at
feel grateful
to
JOHN M. HORNING,
Middletown, Del.
l he liest memento that you can
Or leave a valued friend when
the Jfte-s
better t
JJdy ll-tf
supply,
you die,
peaking picture taken in health,
hau all of earth's fading wealth.
Stockholders' Notice.
rptlK Stockliol.Ters uf tho Middletown Hull
J- Company, »re rosiwi-tiroly n v ii(i,-d thut
prompt jiiiymcnt of ... . . . , lc
muds us till- 1 'TO Uun ol the building is rmildlv
progrissnig, aud Hio money lo meet ilic 1
fii.1iilit.iea must now com« forward. Pay
cessa ry
be made to J. U. Hall, Rsq. Treasurer^ul citizens^
National Banking House. By order of Board of
Diroctors.
July 4-tf
J. THOMAS ItUDD,
Secretary».
O. & H. BARMOBE,
v
MANUFACTURERS,,
Wwe-rodms, 348 Bleeoker Street, New York Qity.
32 Yew« EMHblitilicd, and 2T Prise
k„. Medal« Awarded.
now univcTBally ncknoeledgté b*
id Tl l>f refer
«•"im» *■»»•»• to be the
they h«Te been int
b to tin
f'l
ik'e
pree
red, and Improve«
e ran Afford to tell
At «100 to «I
M
i'Tiai
be bought elsewhere
Bvery Piano Porto Warranted for 5 Years, and
to give Satisfaction,
the
U
Our Plan
part are thoi
liulp I
rd for eeery
; qUAjMv thefc
ofthe
Ml
over, never esrapea our vlgllanc*.
honeatly. fxlriifully and thorough
will bear the moat
Bid*
Ä'
differ from the
load, c
nlng, aud gl
dallcxte. purr In ila vlbi
. and baa uli the pow*

fhii
I
di
lightful it
I
without donbt,
JM*»»«Hin«ntV the cbeatwr Wr
vpr prie«« tauge from lauo to «foo.00.
BARGAINS, BARGAINS,
Cask Buyers Look ta your Interest.
S. R. STEPHENS & Co.
H AVING opened their New Cash Store, in
Middletown, Del, tire now prepared- to
offer to the Publi
Stock of
a large and well selected
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, &c.
Tlioy offer a large lot of CARrETS,
Very Low from Auction.
A FINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cloths, Cassimers, and
Ready Made Clothing.
HATS AND CAPS,
Dress Goods, ^Motions,
HARDWARE, AC.
Canned Frisils, l»!cklcm, Sauces,
and all kinds of Goods usually kept in a country
store.
. Having purchased our entire stock for cash,
we arc prepared 1o sell at city prices for cash or
Country produce.
Buyers wonld do
veil to give us a call.
SAML. R. STEPHENS'* Co.
Middletown, Del.
July 4—ly.
NOW READY.
A Book for the Times!
A N Unanswered and Unanswcrahlo Exposi
/A. lion ot the Nature and Tlitory of our Gov
t.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT,
Its Tru8 Nature and Gliaracter ;
Being ft r
ot Judge Story's ('ommeutaries
on the Constitution of the United States, ly
Judge Abel P. Up idiur.
Hie insduetion-uf Willi;
L
- Student
1er
Wirt
It
• of ihc
Life of Pat
t of Vi
•k He
•f the General
C
iheNuvy in 1811
fS;ute on H
•e.uiy
"Mt (if
IJ
el W
T. Will
l:i»dui
is Crili
1
and Expl; n.it
. One vi. 1 . 12mo, Cloth.
|*y mail, post-paid, on receipt of
Noli
I'
by (
i>
$1.50.
price.
VAN EVRIE, IIOIW'ON & Co.
street, New York.
1G2 Nus, Si
July 4—
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS.
St
'»■
P
isC*
.1
/"
lij
THE DIAMOND STATE
Thresher autl Clea
if e j
W Ji ,
call the attenli'.n of F:
proved Diana
1 Stall» Thresher
? S«'I>
d Clea
Tin- practi
tier, with double a
cal operation of tl
ill
is
ng those
Threshers
and ( 'h a
s lo
•s be for
uufiicture iliree
purchasing
We
3G inch cylinder. No. 2,
3o inch cylinder, No.
3, 26 inch cylinder. They are of the best ma
terials and workmanship, and
Warranted to Suit PiircliagcrH.
Large or small powers can be used to drive them
as desired. Galvanized sheet iron is used for
Seives and Shaker bottoms. They are imequaled
in strength; durability aud ease of running,
>rk rapidly and in Ibc best manner.
its con
ami the price of it below
ket.
doing their w
The
ailiinc is
model of simplicity i
struct!
d opera! i
that of others in the
The
tilde «Imker
Uaw, none is
nd lh
srparates all the g
l the ci
1
tl
'aided,
pad sit
inolio
of tl
d) si
sur
1. Th
the separator und tl
.
Inched fro
1 as a Thrcsl
nd
!
Tv
I til!
;
Endless Cl
ings
Lailw
;■
h
1 boa
:
Belton and other Lever 1
■os. Send for
Address
liny 23
CAKÏIO & 0
Nvwirk, Del.
. Joel I'll.. Gvliernl Agt.
CONDITIONS FOB -
TIio War Between tJie States ;
aäs Causes, Uliariicick',' 1'ouduct
Asiil SLesialts,
By Hon. Alex. H. Stephens.
rill ,,
- the past,
of the cite unliappy conflict,
' lights
g T
:
pa rati u g. real IV
U ff/.y
*1 K
s of the great wi
tho
tori
d shad
only
•atched the
high orhcf
■Ik
Hood-tide of re
and which we
his positi
:
springs,
it» le to Mu. Stephens
IV
as second officer of the Conlud
craey.
ft will he printed from :i beautiful, clear,
fine calendered paper,
type
ibout G50 pug
xprcssly for
•Oliip»'iA'd in
'.I of
ich; illustrated
and fnrni-.lu-d to subscri
nil numer
Is
bet
■••dial landing, at the fol
?.U
lowing prives. p iyaMc
delivery:
In Extra English Moi
co Cloth, at $3.75 per vol.
I ii Fine Leather, ( Library Style,) at 4.50 " "
Tn Half Calf,
at 5.50 " "
Tlie Public Will Please Notice,
1st. That w furnish for d el ivory. Books equal
every respect to the sample copies or descrip
tion given in prospectus. • Subscribers Will not
be obliged to take the work Unless it'corresponds"
with the description in every particular.
2d. Wc instruct Agents to have but' one price
1er penalty of a refusal
forfeiture of their- ap
all
for our publications, urn!
to supply their liet3, and
pointments.
3d. \\ e sell our books exclusively-by subscrip
um, through our traveling Agents, nnd ' in no
'■■se through book stores ; there fore'this is the
only wuv m which they can l»e obtained.
4 th. ro avoid delaying the .At. ut, whose'"time
is valuable, subsorihora arc requested-to-be pye
d with price of the book on its presentation
>y the Agent.
National Publishing Co. Publishers.
JOHN Ai LÜUBY,
Agent.
A
May 23-rtf
NOTICE,
A N Tustalmcnt. o r one Dollar per Sharo upon
the Capital Stock of the Middletown Halt
Company will Dc due, and payable to John R.
Hall, Esq. on Monday, July 20th, 1868. As the
work is now vapidly progressing, prompt pay
ments will he required to meet coming liabilities.
By order of the Pros't.
' J. THOMAS BUDD,
Sccrctiiry.
June 20—4 w
FOR SALE.
C ANARY BIRDS, for Sale, at $3-.50 per pair.
Apply to B. F. LIPPINCOTT,
Natioual Hotel, Middletown, Del.
June 6—3iu
SCOWDRICK & MOORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS AND
grocery Dealers,
kspectfut.lv
ami the public generally, that they have just
- nu.d ere constantly receiving direct from
the Importers and Jobben a large And splendid
stock of Spring and Summer Goods of the latest
Styles and 1'aUerns, cousit ting in part of
R
inee to their friends
receiv'd
Fine French Cloths,
French and Docsltln Canlmers,
Ladies' Fine Clpiking Cloths.
DRESS GOODS,
OF EVERY VARIETY 8UCU AS
MOHAIR S, POPLRVS, ALPACAS &c.
OF ALL COLORS.
BLEACHED AND UNBIjEACIIED MUSLINS
of the best stain, ai d make.
A LARGE STOCK OF
WHITE GOODS AN D TRIMMINGS,
Hosiery, Gloves, Notions,'&c.
HATS AND CAPS.
Groceries, Hardware Queensware &c.
l ept in a first class
''cry lowest prices the
ill*. D. McKee, his
in fuel everything
vunllv
try Store, and at the
;ii Kels Ci
n afford.
• also bought of
We have
(ire stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
. OF IlIK OWN MAîiLF ACTDRE,
our Oenerul Stock will
he offered al greaBy redllccil prices.
hi.li in <
•cion
(eons pa
o hu.siuess
by sit
bur
On
.ii
being so
the Wholesale Dealers
after G
M SlStP.
thoroughly ieduced among
and Jobbers,
mouths credit, or 5 p< r <e
May 2-y
ill be 1.
t oif lor cash.
DIUCK & MOORE.
Middlctowu. Del
scov
33 A.UGH'B
COMMERCIAL MANURES.
MilRK ,
IRADE
ON EVERY
PACKAGE.
BAUGH & SONS, Philada.
AND
NORTH WESTERN FERTILIZING Co.
Chicago,
Sole Manufacturers.
•PRICES.
- BAUGH'S RAW BONK PHOSPHATE, *
pounds.
H
$56 per ÜO00
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE FERTÎüZER,
$50 per liOIK)
pounds.
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BLOOD MANURE
$50 per 2000
pounds.
rnished in both bags
tomtrs perfer. The
1 G 0 pounds.
The above M;
•e fn
ires
d barrels, wbiehevi
bags Hre uniform in
ight
The attention of Farmers s especially directed
to the fact that the sources jf the Raw Material
of which the above Mnnurcï are composed, are
ill under control that ve can furnish them
of strictly uniform quality and condition, and
that they contain a larger percentage of nmmo
any other class if manufactured ma
nures in the market.

tin
BAUGII 4 SONS.
20 S. Pblawi
Avenue
PlilLAUELP
. North Western E
Cor. La
•'RTILIZINO Co.,
ce & Luballe Sts.
Chicago.
Baugh's Commercial Manures may be
procured from dealers in any of the principal
Dominion of Canada.
towns in the United States
; June 20—4m
W. M. KBIfTNARD,
OF TIIE WELL
».SOWN
DRY GOODS AND CARPET HOUSE,
306 Dlnrktt Street,
Wilmington,
offers to the buying public
able assort meut of
of the most désir
GOOD .S «^r
displayed by this oli estabifshed house.
Allying for CASH, selling m the same terms,
Puix'takig from first Hands,
well as
Importing eomc Styles Qf Goods,
all combined,
usual with retail stores.
jives him
any advantages not
V
A LARGE STOCK,
PLENTY OF LIGHT,
No Misrepresentati on of Goods
AND LO W PRICES
'
arc SOME of tho ind
to buyers.-'
January 4, 1868—6m
ueemeuts held forth
O LD NEWkSPAPERS, a ctienp and convenient
Wrapping Pkper, fur Stic at this office.
OSBORN MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
lOU Uleocker Nil
" OSBORN" Dial) AND A
Mnnnfnrtured «olely by th'. Compi
»der Letter* of Extent of the Unite
Ä" " re v "*«r
on
fid, N. V
«MAL CAGES.
"^Kdgeport, Conn,
if *t y lea and finlab, And
Canary, Parrot, Hooking Ilird, SQutrrel Ac.
They I
pul
' (tejahod In a anntrlnr nanner; wo rinv ot mi
n their conduction.* 0 tUPIaW.' Blrtf Fan
« liher r thMe »' oi,,t8 ofoiicaltencw to ba B found In
ïmaHcanîEitaUMdlîlw Y *k Si'^'f*! (t **»•
^Ltearaidterount to tho TrAd«. 0 ' Send fcr Clrcalar and Prie«
■I .mf I
Delaware Rail Road Line.
Summer Arrangement.
0 N .,®" d af,cr MONDAY, June 8th, 1808,
,, , 1 tusengcr Trains will run asib lluws, until
further notice :
Tmin leaving Orisfield 2.45 A. M. will run
ever, morning, except Mond«,- All other
Trains Sundays excepted.
NORTH.
Leave Orisfield, 2 45 A. M.
" Marion,
" Kingston,
" Westover,
" Prin. Anne, 3 30
" Eden
" Forktown
11 Salisbury 4 05
"• Delnmr
4 30
4 45
1 30 a. u
I o
' I
8 45
9 20
9 45
10 05
10 30
10 45
11 05
11 30
11 50
12 00 M.
12 15 P. M.
12 35
12 50
L
•el
Seaford
Ihidgeville 5 00
ood
" Farmington
" Harrington 5 30
" Felton
" Plymouth
" Canterbury
" VVil. Grove
den
(live
7 00 A. M.
7 15
7 20
1 00
7 20
1 00
7 25
1 05
Ci
7 35
1 15
' Dover
" Moorton
" Brenford
6 05
7 50
1 3ft
8 05
1 45
1 55
1 50
8 10
" Sm.vr
8 05
" Clayton
" Sassafras R'd
" Blackbird
f, 30
8 20
2 05
8 25
2 10
8 35
2 20
1 Townsend
8 40
2 30
" Middleto'n 7 05
" Mt Pleasant
9 00
2 45
ft 10
2 55
' St Georges
9 25
3 10
3 25
' Bear
9 35
11 New Castle' 7 45
Arrive Wiln
" Philnd'
" Baltimore 1 15 p.
9 55
3 15
. 8 03 A. m. 10 15
. 9 30 " 11 45 A. M. 5 40 P.M.
1 15 P. M. 8 00 "
4 05
SOUTH.
11 00 p.m. 8 30 A. M. 5 00 p.m.
ft 00
12 25 a.m. 1010
10 30
10 50
11 00
11 15
11 35
11 45
11 50
12 00 M.
Leave Phi la d'à
" Baltimore
" Wilin
u New Castle 12 45
7 25
2 15
. 0
G 4;
7 00
" St Georges
7 15
Mt Pleasant
7 30
1 35
7 50
5
d
8 00
" Bku'kbird
" R;is8ufrna
" Clayton
8 05
8 15
jp. K. 8 20
2 05
12
Arrive »Smyrna
12 15
12 10
12 20
12 40
12 50
8 30
e Brenford
8 25
1
ton
8 35
8 55
ft 05
Dover
2 30
Ci
den
Wil. Or
Canterbury
Plymouth
Felton
1 05
c
ft 15
1 10
ft 20
1 10
,9 20
1 20
9 30
11 :
ington 3 20
Farmington
Greenwood
Ihidgeville 3 50
Seaford
Laurel
Delnmr
Salisbury
Fork town
Eden
1 40
9 45 p.m.
1 55
2 05
2 15
4 10
2 35
4 30
2 55
3 10
5 05
3 40
4 00
4 15
4 50
5 10
5 30
5 45
6 25 p.m. G 05 p. m.
Nkw Castlb Trains.—L eave New Castle for
Wilmington und Philadelphia at 12 05 P. M._
Mondays at 7 45 A. M. Leave Philadel
phia 12 00 M. and Wilmington 1 15 P. M. for
New Castle.
Smvkna Branch Trains.—A dditional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 11 45 A. M.
and 8 10 P. M. Leave Clayton for Smyrna
H 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 G. 15
A. M. Sundays and Mondays excepted, to con
nect with express, aud return leaving Clayton
at 6 45 A. M. J
Trains leaving Crisficld at 2 45 A. M.,
Wilmington going South at 12 25 A. M.vrill ___
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 station to which
they have tickets.
Prin. Anne
5 40
' Westover
" Kingston
" Marion
Arrive Orisfield
5 50
and
and
E. Q. SEWALL,
Superintendent Delaware R. R.
April 18.
R EGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle County, May 12th, 1868.
Upon the application of Mnrk II. Davis, Execu
tor of the last Will and Testament of Mark Davis,
late of Saint George s Hundred, ir. 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
FIS tale of the deceased, with the date of gran
ting thereof, by causing, advertisements to lie
posted within forty days from the dale of sucli
Letters, in six- oT tho most publie places of the
County of New Castle, requiring nil persons hav
ing demands against the Eslute, to present the
same, or abide by an Act of Assembly i
case made and provided. And also cause the
same to.lie inserted within the same period in the
Middletown Tiianbcuht, a newspaper published
in Middletown, and to he continued tlierei
months.
such
tw
r < -> ■> Given under the hand and Seal of of
< l. 8. >fice of the Register aforesaid, at New
. Castle, in New Castle County aforesaid,
above written.
R. C. FRAIM, Register.
NOTICE.-—All persons having claims against
the Estate ot the deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Executor on or before May
12tli, I860, or abide the Act of Assembly in
such case made and provided.
the day and ye
MARK H. DAVIS,
Executor.
Address—Middletown, Delaw
May 23—2ra
£
.'A3
%
. m
i
FARMERS AND THRESHERMEN
Look to Your Interest,
A ND 1IUY THE WHEELER and MELICK
Threshing Machines, (of Albany, New
V ork,) acknowledged by all to be tho best iu use
and for sale by
A. J. MICHENER, Gcnl, Agent.
' West Nottingham, Cecil county, Md.
All Machines Warranted to give entire satis
faction,- or may he returned after a reasonable
no for trial. Repairs constantly on hand.
Also Agent for the Keystone Clover Huiler.
April, ll-3m
HARNESS MAKING.
T HE undersigned having commenced Harness
making at
ODESSA, DEL.
Is prepared to furnish every article in his line
on the most reasonable terms.
His experience in city and country justifies his
promise that
at
ALL HIS WORK WILL HE OF THE
US'BEST QUALITY
And gives him confidence to solicit a share of the
pul dir patronage.
jE0**His Shop is on Main street, in the house
formerly occupied by Joseph Tnwrrcey
WM T. GALLA
HER.
April 25—tf.
I
NEW GOODS.
Spring and Summer Opening!!
AT
J. A. Reynolds & Sons'
MIDDLETOWN.
H AVING replenished our Stock with a Urge
and complete assortment of Spring aud
»Summer Goods, we are now enabled to offer
extra inducements to the people of Middletown
and ficinity, as the following list of prioea
some of our leading Müdes will show,
Calicoes At lo, and 14 oen* p«r fêté.
» d Muslins 10 12-$, 15, 30 and 23 H «
Unbleached do 10 12$ 14, 16 and 20 * "
5-4 Pillow Case do 25, 31, and 37$
Am/r und Russian Crash. 12$. 15, and 18
American Ginghams 12$, 15 , und 20
Tickings 25, 35, and 45
DRESS GOODS.
American Lawns 20, 22, and 25
Jaconet do 31, '37$, and 45
Plaid and Fig. Cambrics Z2, 25 and 31 " "
American Delains 20 , 22 and 25 "
All Wool do 37$, 45, and 50 "* "
Black and Colored Alpacas 50 to 9ft u "
»Silk-Mixed & all Wool Poplins 75 to 1,2B " "
Coatings and Cassimeres.
per yard.
A splendid stork of C-4 Coatings nnd Cloak
ings, ^consisting of Tricots, Piques, Doc-Skins,
.» *" '»luck and Fancy Colors, ranging iii
price from $150 to $U 00 per yard.
Fancy Cassimeres for Punts and Vest 90, $1 25,
$1 50, $1 75 and $2 00 per yard.
notions, &o.
»Spool Cotton
Knitting do
Linen iidkfs'
Ladies, Misses, and Children's White Cotton
Ilose a 12$,15 25, 37$ and 5o cents per pair.
Misses Hoop »Skirts a 50, 75, $1 00
ci Jo, $1 50 each.
5, 8 and 10 cts per Spool.
C2$, 75, and 87$ per Lb.
12$, 18, 25 and 35 cts each.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Lasting Gaiters
and $2,50 per pair.
Lasting Gaiters
$1,25, $1,50, $2,00
$1,00, $1,25, $1,50
per pair.
«on)? 18 ' w Boys Lasting gaiters ft $ 2 , 00 , $2,50
$>.5,00 and $3,50 per pair.
Gents' Calf ilnuts S;.,00 S5.50 nnd Sfi.00 Dsr
pair. * 1
Mi
and $1
groceries.
Brown and White Sugars at 12 $
17, and 18 cents per )b.
Laguayraand Bio Coffee
per lb.
Green a
$2,00 per lb.
Brown and White »Soaps at 6, 8 and 10 cents
per lb.
Mokisseä at 50, G2J, 75 and 95 cts. per gallon.
jAo" Please call and examine I
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS.
April 25, 18G8.
14, 15, 16,
25, 28, and 31 cte.
nd Black Teas $1,00 $1,25 $1,50 and
NATJDAIN & BROTHER
Or TIIE WELL KNOWN
CHEAP- CORNER,
ZIFFER to the public a most desirable stock
V' Dr J Goods, which they purchased before
the advance, and will sell at a small profit, Wam
asutta, WiUiamsville, und all leading makes of
bleached and brown Muslins, 5-4, 9-4 and 10-4
Sheetings, and a fine Stock of Printe fut colors
at 12$ cents. An attractive lino of
Dress Goods r
Consisting of. Alpacas, Poplins. Molimrs and
Wool Dc Lains, and a nice stock of
WHITE GOODS.
We have a fine stock of Spring
CLOTHS, COATINGS,
and fancy CASSIMERES,
which
make a specialty.
Boots & Shoes, Selling Low,
Mc«i*iug MWfd and pegged BOOTH AND
SHU ha. Lmlies and Misses Button and Congress
Gaiters, from tho manufacturers, all to be sold at
small advance.
CARPETS, STRAW MATTINGS AND
COCOA MATS.
A full line WALL PAPER, at city prices.
Mackerel, Herring and Shad, always on hand.
ßü~ ALL WE ASK IS A CALL, AND SHOW
GOODS WITH GREAT PLEASURE.-«*.
im wiis & B5lO.
Middletown.
LEWIS' PURE WHITE LEAD,
IN I2£, 25, 50 AND 100 lb. KEGS.
Black Paint, Prussian Blue,
CUROiHH GREEN anti 1LLLOW,
nui-iit and Iiaw Umber,
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA,
Indian Red, Red Load,
VEN. BED, SPANISH SHOWN,
Yellow Ochre, Ohio Brown,
Dry and in Oil
IN 1 lh. 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,
For Salk by
J. A. REYNOLDS & SONS.
May 1G, 1868—3m
April 18—ly
FRANCIS TARONI
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
public generally, that he has recently located
the north-east corner of Broad and Lake
streets, Middletown, and is prepared to do all
kiuds of
House an«l Sign Painting,
Graining, China Glossing, Caloeraining, Paper
Hanging, &c.
All work done with neatuess and despatch.
He invites the public to give him a call, as he
natters himself that he will be able give satisfac
tion to all wlp> favor him with their custom.
All orders will be thankfully received and
promptly attended to.
January 11—6m
Farmers, Your Attention ! !
N otice that the peninsular machine
\N ORKS have "resumed labor," and par
ticular attention will be given to repairing Pcn
ingtou k Hussey's Reapers, Horse Rakes, Thresh
, and Horse Powers of all kinds. A lot of Su
perior Reapers on bund. Farmers, look to your
mterste, and purchase Reliable Machinery " made
at home," whore you can have your repairing
done promptly aud reliably,'»md at the shortest
notice. All work warranted
J. THOS
equal to any
BUDD,
Agent.
offered,
July 26-tf
A CARD TO TIIE PUBLIC.
rpilE undersigned, having rented the large and
A convenient room formerly occupied by Mr.
T. K. Jump, at Warwick, has just opened - '
and complete assortment of all kinds of
of
GOODS,
necessary to be kept in a first class store.
among you for the purpose of making an
honest living, he hopes by close attention to bus
iness to receive a share of the public patronage,
pledging himself to make'it to your interest t<>
give him a call, intending to sell any and all
goods as low as they can be bought in any town
on the «horn; call in and examine, and if it is not
ao t you are not compelled to buy.
for showing goods.
Look at Some of the Prices.
Calicoes, 8, TO, 12 anil 10 cents per yard.
Bleached and Brown Muslins. 10 , 12'. 15, 'is, nnd
23 cents per yard.
Good und all w ool Cassimeres, 65, 75, and $1 00
per yard. Fine Black Cloths and Carinaivs
to $5,00.
A Fine Stock of Ready Made Clothing
AT VERY LOW PB1CKS.
Having
I
No thargo
from $1
GROCERIES.
Brown Sugnr, 12$, 16
and IK
l 17 conte, White, 17.
n Coilee, 25 und 30
Burnt Coffee. 30 cents per lb
Good Molasses, 55, cts per gal.
$1,00 per gallon.
Pure Cider Vinegar, 40 cts. per gal. Co»! Oil.
the very best, 50 cte. per gallon.
■nts per lb.
Gree
cents pr. lb.
Best Syrup.
QUEENS WAR.15
HARDWARE,
TINWARE, WOODEN
and WILLOW-WARE.
NOTIONS.
Hosiery, .Gloves, Fancy Soaps. Perfumery, r.a
ces, Edgings and Trimmings.
BOOTS. SHOES,
line, at low prices.
Oil Cloths, 'fable Ccv rs,
Carpetings.
Collars, Bridles, Halters, Rope and Chai
ces, Shovels, Spades, Rakes
All kinds
HATS and CAPS, a full
Straw Mattings anti*
Trn
d Hoes.
)f country produce taken i
change for goods, at the highest market prie
WOOL WANTED.
The highest market price given for Wool.
Call in and
xamine, and if tin
it, call for it ami w
I ; .
vthi
G
'ant and don't
i
Live it.
P. 8.^5**Remornb
»or no trouhie to show goods.
Repectfully;
SPARKS.
May 30-1 y
A.
WM L. CHALK'S, '
Flour, Foed aud Provision Store,
No. 9. West Main St.
Middletown, Delaware.
[\ REPS constantly on hand the liest yrades 0 i
XV F our Jlsal and Ford of all kinds, Corn
and Oats Vegetables of all kinds in their season
also, Fresh Meat, Boot; Veal and Motion, sliced
Ham, Dried Beef, Bologna Sausage, Butter nnd
—Wcdueaday und Saturday.
Tlour, J*eed and Meal, in quantities of 50 lbs.
aiw upwards will bodelircrod 10 purchaw™ rite
a4 charge. Ail the abort articles will be sold at
the very lowest Cash prie«, all goods cash on
delivery. Thankful for the liberal Patronage of
tha past year, I hope by strict
iness to merit a continuance of the
F. S. Having made «rangements with the
Odessa stag« driver, to take orders for me, I will
visit Odessa, three times a week, Mondays Wed
nesdays mid .Saturdays, and deliver Flour, ileal
and Feed 'u quantities to suit. Orders delivered ;
to Mr. Money, avili receive prompt attention.
1 us arrangement will he continued with Mr.
Chance or his driver, at the expiration of Mr
Money's time.
eJ'vrn 1 * "u io £ rran g™»nt3 with the Celehra
ted Miller, Mr. Drummond, lo he supplied vi ith
his best Flour, 1 cun sell the suiuc ut his own re
tail prices. Farmers and others from tie country
cau be aupphed, without the trouble of driving
to the mill, by bringing their money to No 9
und get their food fur Man, and Beast.
May 30-tf
attouion to bu.^
suine.
COAL OIL.
COAL OIL.
rpiJE .-^SAFEST. ~tUN.
J- ^-CHEAPEST OIL
and
for Illumiuat
ing surposes i
the mi
WE GUARANTEE IT
TO BE
AS"ALL that is represented,
AND
At I.CSS Cost to »colors,
ßS3~ THAN CAN liE El KCHASED TR
In this or Ihc Phiiadefiihia Market.
GIVE Ug a CALL.
TltoEtpgoa &, l o.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu COAL OIL.
LARD SPERM WHALE % OILS,
S. VV. Corner of 2d and Market Streets,
WILMINGTON, Del.
MERCHANTS
Who desire to kc
Burning Oil, at hv ;
vliere, would dt
id Pell
• de and rGialde i
:an he imrehused
micute
els
il to call cr «
with
Thompson & Co.
ing Oil.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Burn
Lubricating Oil, Turpentine, Ac.
8. W. Corner 2d mid Market Streets,
WILMINGTON, Del.
Ajiril 25—ly.-»*
TURBINE MATER WHEEL,
D I!. T. J. KINDLEDERGER S latest imnio
veil patent.
Double Centre-Vent Buekeye
TURBINE
WATER \VHEEL,
Patented -November 4lh, 18 C. 2 , nnd Julv nth
1865. W.\I. H. Si'RATT, .Milhvn^U.
Cherry'Hill, Cecil enmity, Md
GENERAI. AGENT.
April 11, 1868—ly
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
June 13—tf.
James ii. Frazer, M. o.
GLASGOW, DEL.
O FFERS his professional services to the public
Office at the residence of R. M. Dhicf »V,
Jan. 4—y.
Dr. J. E. REGISTER,
OEXTJST,
.ELKTON, MD,
O FFICE on North street, two doors abo
Odd Fellows' Hall.
February 8, 1868—(f
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