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$hc JMiddldoum Stnmsimjjt
rVBLISHID IVtRT SATURDAY,
BY HENRY VANDERFORD.
ßüt" Office corner Main and Scott streets,
D. L. Dunning's Book and Variety Store.
ver
Terms.—$2.00 per annum, payable in advance.
Single copies five cento.
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marked, advertisements will be continued until
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published at advertisin
Deaths
Obituaries
rates ; Marriages and
early advertisers must
co nfine their advertisements to their own business.
All letters should be address ed to The
Middletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
inserted free.
The work 'on the Suez Canal is prosccu
ted with such vigor that the directors af
firm that it will be finished in 1809.
thousand men
Ten
are employed upon the ca
nal, which will be twenty-six feet deep all
the way, two hundred and forty feet wide
at the top, aud about ninety feet wide at
the bottom.
A eon of Caleb A. Morse, of West
minster, New Hampshire, six years old,
while in a fit of somnambulism, a few
nights since, fell down stairs, and jumped
into a well twenty feet deep, in which the
water was four feet deep,
cued by his father, and in the morning
knew nothing of the affair.
Of the Cabinet Secretaries Randall,
Browning, McCullough, and Welles
in favor of Seymour, while Seward aud
Scofield are against Grant and Colfax.
Quilp thinks the November election will
be considered a flay-Graul proceeding.
Ife was res
DIED.
At "Green Meadows, n Appoquinimink Hun
dred, August 31st, George G. Thomas, youngest
son of the late Edward Thomas, aged 11 years.
On Monday night last, at Bedford Springs, Pa.
Mr. Jacob B. Mifflin, of St. Georges Hundred,
New Castle county, in the 4Gi.h year of his age.
THE MARKETS,
MIDDLETOWN MARKET.
Wheat, prime red.
Corn yellow.
" white.
Oats.
•Timothy Seed.
<Jlovcr Seed.
lEggs.
Butter.
Chickens ( Live Spring )
Lard. .
Hogs.
Beef.
llama....
.Sides. .
.Shoulders.
Potatoes.
$2 23
1 20
1 15
50(«)55
4 00
... 9 00
,..20 cts ^ dozen
..30040 cts. T* lb
. 18020 " "
..lti(«j20 " "
..10015 " "
..20025 " "
..23027 " "
..19020 " "
..10018 " "
1 00® 1 25 $ bush
PHILADELPHIA
Prime red wheat.
£orn, new yellow.
Oats.
$2 2002 35
70075
28
WILMINGTON.
Wheat red.
Corn.
Oats..
/lour.
.$2 25
...1 25
$11 00014 00
DEAFNESS. BLINDNESS, and CATARRH
treated with the utmost success, by J Isaacs,
11. D. and Professor of Disease of the Eye and
Ear, in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, i2
▼ears experience, (formerly of Leyden, iiothuid,)
?fo. 805 Arch Street, Phila. Testimonials can
be tee# a,t his office. The medical faculty are in
cited to accompany their patients, as he has ..w
aecrcts Ln Wm practice. Artificial eyes inserted
iwitliQut pain. No charge for examination.
FARM FOR SALE.
B Y Virtue of n Decree of the Circuit Court for
Kent County, sitiing in equity, the under
signed, as Trustee for Agustus A. Malsburg
Will, on
Tuesday, the 22 d day of September, 1868,
at 11 o'clock, A. M. at the Old Brick Hotel in
Millington, Kent County, Md. offer at Public Sale,
.the Farm called
Garden Point,
fttuated in Kent County, Md. on Chest
two miles from Millington,
from Chester tow a to Miliingion.
This farm contains
.186 Acres, 2 Roods, 11 Perches,
about Twenty Acres of which are in
River,
the Public l oad
WOOD.
It is divided into Five Fields, and has all boon
thoroughly limed within the past few years. The
improvements consist of a good one-story DWEL
LING with the usual Out Buildings. The water
is good, and the farm is convenient to Churches,
Schools and Mill.
TtfKim IS A YOUNG PEACH OHCIIAFI)
PF 500 TP.000 TUEES IN HEARING.
This Farm was formerly the Homestead of
Thomas Woodall, deceased, adjoins the lands of
John F. Newman anil Jesse Woodall, deceased,
apA i.S now occupied .by Thomas A. Meredith as
tenant.
TERMS.
One-third of the purchase money cash ; tlic bal
ance in one and tw o years, with interest from the
Jst of January, I860; to be secured by the bond
pf the puchoser, with approved security.
Possession given the first of January, 1869, and
the privilege ef seeding wheat this Fall.
RICHARD C. JOHNSON,
Trustee.
Sept. 5—ts.
DELAWARE STATE.
Agricultural Exhibition and Fair.
WILL BE HELD AT WILMINGTON, DEL.
Under the direction and on the grounds of the
Agricultural Society of New Coptic County,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, amj SATURDAY, Sep
tember, 17th, 18th, and l4Hh.
900 premiums are offered, amount ing to $3,000.
For regulations and catalogue of
ns, ad

Secretary.
Z A DU(ÿ TOWNSEND, President.
Du. R. McCABE, Sec y, Wiiiuiug^oo, l)el.
S«pt. 5—2t.
WOODS1DE
►Ams ill Fruit JSTtirsery.
8TUAW BERRIES,
UA.SI'liERRIE',
BlAUIvUERRIES,
Ul IRR ANTS AND
OSAGE ORANGJS PLANTS.
ALSI*
RBY BOSE, AND
IIABBI.->U.\
i (MAJORS.
•a couiaiuiugg pi ho can bt had by up
HENRY CLAYTON,
.Mount Pleasant, Del.
to
plying
f Sept. 5—3m.
Six Cents Reward.
R AN away from tlie subscriber, on or about
the middle of August last, an indentured ap
prentice, named John Seward. This is to for
warn all persons from harboring him, or trusting
him on my account. JOS. TITUS,
Sept. 5—3t*
Near Mount Pleasant
NOTICE.
H AVING disposed of my Drug Store to Dr.
Geo. G. Chamberlainc, all persons having
claims against me. will call upon him for pay
ment ; and those indebted to me will please make
immediate payment to him.
H. RICHMOND CHAMBERLAINS.
Sept. 5—it»

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Dissolution of Copartnership.
T HE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing and
trading in the name of Iho firm of WA LK ER
k GARY, in the mercantile business, has this
day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties.
All persons indebted to said Firm are requested
to make immediate settlement of their Bonds,
Notes, and Book Accounts to either of the sub
scribers, as the affairs of the Fi
up at an early day.
mist be closed
D.W.C. WALKER.
J- W. GARY, Sr.
Middletown, Aug. 22d, 1808.
ß®" NOTICE.—The undersigned, thankful for
past favors, solicits the patronage of his old c
turners, as he will keepou hand Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, ice. io front of the Post Office, and at pri
ces satisfactory to his old friends and the publie
in general.
Country Produce taken in exchange at the
Highest Market Rales,
Aug. 29-5t
U;
J. W. GARY, Sr.
$25 REWARD!
S TOLEN from ihe premises of the subscriber,
near the Children's Home, on Wednesday
night, the 26th inst, a Brown Mare with a white
spot in the forehead, also one on the crupper
bone, and about nine years old. The above Re
ward will be given for the recovery of the mare
anil the apprehension of the thief/ Post Office
Address, Townsend, Delaware.
Aug.-29 It*
ANDJlEVV PniCE.
FOR SALE
B y A PAKT Y GOING WEST, Stock nn<l Fix
i u i es of a first-class Millinery and Trimming
Store including a Sett ing .Macliine nml Household
Furniture. Inmc-diulc Poss
uon given. Apnly
to Mrs. S, M- HATCH, Middletown, Delaware, or
55 >South Third street, Philadelphia, from 3 to 4
M. August 29—2w.
FOR SALE.
S OUTHDOWN EWES, BUCKS, and BUCK
LAMBS.
CHESTERWHITE PIGS, from Premium
Stock.
Also HONG KONG,
GEESE. Apply l*i
Aug. 29.—lrao,*
BROWN CIGNA
Jt. (I. HODGSON,
Chester Co. Pa.
Stock of Millinery Goods For Sale.
T HE undersigned purposing to retire from bu
siness will sell at private sale her entire
stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods,
rare opportunity for any person wishing to enter
u good business. Apply to
Aug. 29—tf.
This is
LYDIA V. CANNON,
Middletown, Del.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
-A- 33eamtiftal
SALT WATER SITUATION
In Talbot County, Mrl.
B Y virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for
Talbot count}', sitting in Equity, the under
signed, as Trustee, will sell at public sale, at the
front door of the Court House, in tlio town of
Easton, on,
Tuesday, September 20th, 1868,
between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock, P. M. a
part of that farm or plantation commonly known
as the
66
GLEBE,
99
formerly the residence of Charles H. Martin,
Esq. containing the quantity of
130 CYCLES,
more or less.
This farm u licauiBully located on tlic waters
of " Glebe" creek, a branch of Miles River, where
all the luxuries of the salt water, oysters, fish,
cmlis, terrapins, and wild fowl can be obtained
in abundance. It is within one mile of the
steamboat lauding at Miles River Bridge, and
about two miles from the town of Easton.
is are a one-story
Frame Dwollir
and sufficient OUT-BUILDINGS for the use of
the farm. There is also a fine
Orchard of 1500 Young Peach Trees,
together with other fruit trees in abundance.
TERMS OF SALE.
The improvemei
AßT.
Tho ter
fourth of the purchase money cash
sale; the balance in one, two and three yet..-,
the deferred payment* to he .«ecured by bond
with approved security, ben ring interest from day
of sale. PHILEMON T. KENN ARD,
Win. K. Rat hell, Auctioneer. Trustee.
August 22—ts.
prescribed by the decree
e :—One
the day of
BOOT & SHOE MAKING-.
1 AMES II. C.OLLIJVS, respectfully informs the
** public that he has taken the Shop at the cor
ner of Broad and Lake atreets,
the Academy, in Ml
to manufacture Boots and Sh<
■iirly «ppii..
ml is prepared
to order. Spe
cial attention given to repairing, and all work
finished with neatness and despatch. lie re
spectfully solicits a shutc of the public patronage
SEWING MACHINES.
WILCOX & GIBBS'
TWISTED LOOP-STITCH
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
TIIE It EST FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
IM TIIE WOULD.
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OBVIOUS REASONS WHY THE
WI LCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines
ARE BECOMING SO POPULAR:
FIRST, Becaii!
they make the
Loop-rSïiTCH," which is the most Beautiful, Elast
ic, aqd Durable Stitch known.
Twisted
SECOND, Because they arc adapted to the
Greatest Range of Work,
ton, Silk, or Linen Thread successfully.
d will use either Cot
THIRD, Because they are Pei»ecily Simple in
their Constructi
Bind, Cord, Tuck, Gather, and Embroider, iii
the most pet feet manner.
FOURTH, Because they use but One Spool,
and are found Competent when all others Fail.
d will Ilem, Fell, Stitch,
Rend (lie following Statei
Comme ndnl )oiif* of Individuals and of tlic
In llfgiud to the
cuts of Facts and
Fi«
WILCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines.
From the Superintendant of the Penn
sylvania Central Railroad.
ALTOONA, I'a. Sept 14,'18GB.
One of your Sewing Machines lias be
my family for several
meclii
used i
. F
simplicity and
sii ucLion, l have seen
Rial to it. The sjK'ed and
it h which it does its work arc aduiira
given aud cuiiti
»V
•cur!
Sew
Mail»;
correctnessw
bio. It has
satisfaction.
•s to give us entire
ENOCH LEWIS.
DOVER, Sept. 12th, 1G85.
Messrs. Wilcox <j- Gibbs .— Gent lernen: —Hav
ing bad eighteen months experience with your
ily Sewing Machine, I take pleasure in say
ing that it has given peilect satisfaction. It has
beep the means of seiliug several in ibis locality.
1). F. BURTON.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Jan. 29th 1859.—
•'The simplicity and aci uracy of its mechanism
any oth
er machines are liable, and which has hitherto
brought the "chain stitch" into disrepute. One
cannot but ad up re the beauty aud accuracy of its
movements, and Hie entire absence of all noise,
even when running ut the rale of 2000 stitches
and upward per minute. This alone must prove
a great recommendation to it. Another merit is
; made in
terchangeable, so that in the event of accident to
the machine, any pai l can be replaced, at
fling cost, it is, indeed, a • 'mechanical wonder
—a household necessity I"
PHILADELPHIA PRESS, 1800.—"The un
paralleled success which lit' attended the intro
duction of the Wilcox k Gibbs »Sewing Machine
is a sure guarantee of its merits."
prevent its dropping slilcht
to which
the good workmanship.
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REFERENCES.
The follow iug are names of j versons in this
igliborliood, whom wc gi
■Icrenc
, who
have had the Wilcox k Gibbs Sewing Machines
in use for s
time :
Misses Black is ton.
Mrs. Willi
Mrs. J. B. Clarkson.
Mrs. R. A. Cochran, Jr. Mrs. S. M, Reynolds.
Mrs. Bcnj. Armstrong.
Mrs. T. S. Bowers.
Mrs. H. Vajiderford.
(Been.
CASH PRICES.
No. 1. Ornamental
ion Stand, Walnut
Top, (oiled.) w ith Hemmer and Fel
1er
$55
No. 2. Un Ornamental Ii
Stand, Walnut
-er and Lock,
Top,
i111 Dr;
56
No. 3. On Urn:
Stand, with
Polished Mahogany or Walnut Top
and Drawer., with Hemmer and Fcl
1 Ir
58
No. 4. Walnut-Half Case, (oiled,) with
•r aud Fellèr,
No! 5, Extra Half Case,
Box. IU
No. 6. Walnut Half C;
Fancy Work Box,
Felle
No. 7. Mali
He
65
1 With Work
, (oiled,) with
. Hemmer und
•ruiud Feller
68
70
ny Half Case, (Polished,)
1 Feller,
e, Mahogany or
■r and Feller,
with He?
No. 8. Full Cabi
76
i-Ci
Walnut with lie
100
Tliof© wishing
would do well to
a first class Sewing Machine,
call aud examine the
Wilcox &. Cibbs
T VVISTED L< lOP-STITOH
family sewing machines,
.CONST AN
HAND
TLY ON
AND FOR
SALE
BY
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & »SONS,
Middletown, Del,
August 15—J y
TO THE PUBLIC.
I NTERESTED parties having circulated reports
in New Castle and adjoining counties, depre
ciating the character of Rhodes' Super Phosphate
as a Fertilizer (in consequenceof the recent reduc
tion in price ot same,) we beg leave to lay before
our patrons and the public generally, the follow
ing letter from Messrs. Yarnall & Trimble, Gener
al Agents lor this Standard Manure, in Philadel
phia :
PHILADELPHIA, Aug 11, 18G8,
Mr. E. T. Evans , Middletown. Del.
Dmr Sir : —Your favor of dale is just
to hand. We note, with surprise, that there pre
vails willi you a rumor that Messrs. Potts It Klett
have sold out to other parlies. This is a falsehood
made out of the "whole doth." Messrs. Potts k
Klett hare not sold out; neither 4o they Late *4
to do (o. Ou the contrary, they have so umt'uo
ed their facilities for making the Rhodes Super
Phospatc, that they are enabled to make it at leas
cost than any oljier manufacturers, and in conse
quence, have been able to reduce the price and
si ill furnish an article full}- equal to their foi mcr
High Standard, and at the same time, in a condi
tion for drilling superior to any article of the kind
in the market.
We canuot conceive how the report has been
circulated in your neighborhood, or who the au
thors of it are. We suppose, however, it was
originated by some in Ici res * cd party, who, perhaps,
is not able to produce so good an article, even at
a higher price. Please contradict the report flatly,
and at all times, and oblige
Yours, Duly,
Y A RXALL k TRIMBLE,
General Agents for Rhodes' Manure.
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE in Bags or
Barrels, delivered at any point on the Del. R. R.
Chesapeake or Delaware waters, at $50 per ton.
E. T. EVANS,
Sole Agent, Middletown, Del.
Aug. 15-3t
FARM FOR SALE.
T HE undersigned will offer at public sale at
the Voshcll House in Chcstertown on
Thursday , the 10 ih day of September , '68,
at 11 o'clock, A. M. the farm on which he now
resides known as the
" TURNER FARM,'
situate i
Kent county, Md. about five miles from
Chcsterlown, adjoining the lapds of Mrs. D. Tur
ner, Messrs. Fcuuiniore & Chatain and others,
Contn,ining 3011 A.eres.
This farm is level, free from gullies or ditches,
and there is not an inch of waste land on it. The
soil is equal to
ccptiblc of improvement
fields heavily dressed wi
1,500 bushels of ashes
There are Posts, Chvui
h to make 200 panels offence, which will
put the fencing in good order. A well of good
y in the county, and very aus
There have been four
h Bone Phosphate with
i the last Ihree years,
t Rails
d l ine Plank
water iu the yard.
This farm is in
fine, thrifty neighborhood,
con v (nient to churches, school and mills, half
mile from navigation, mid
a mile from a depot on the Kent County R. R
now under contract. The soil i
by any far
iy
:-quarter of
ot sin pa
in the State for the production of
wheat, corn, fruits and gras?, ami will divide
nicely into two farm?.
THE DWELLING
is of Brick, two stories, in good order. Out
buildings ordinary.
Terms—O ne-fourth cash ; the balance in one,
two, three and four years.
Aug. 1-ls
C. C. »SMITH.
Builders, Take Notice!!
F
OUR 1IUNDRFD THOUSAND feet of WHITE
PINE and HEMLOCK TIMBER, For Sale,
consisting of 1st, 2d,
BOARDS. Also, three grades of
WHITE PINE FLOORING.
A large lot of
li and 2-Inch Pine Plank.
HEMLOCK JOICE AND STUDDING,
HEMLOCK BILL STUFF,
d 3d COMMON INCH
AND SHEATHING,
HEMLOCK FENCING, (| INCH.)
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NO 1
WHITE EINE SHINGLES.
For Salo by
Aug. 15—3m.
WILLIAM LINDSEY,
Chesapeake City, Md.
FOR SALE.
75,000 Healthy Peach Trees
51 BPvAGING nil Ihc
E
choice market and fam
ily varieties.
Ilale s Early,
Roil Rareripe,
Stump the World,
'lord's Late,
Late,
»Smock Free,
ket White,
Vandyke's Favorite,
Last of the Season.
Troth's Early,
Early York,
Crawford's Early,
Cr
Wnril'
51
Mary's Choice,
Mixon Free,
Reeves' Favorite,
Cr
Will be ready for planting in the fall of 1868,
or Spring of I860. Apple to
E. R. COCHRAN, or
CHARLES ADAMS.
Middletown, Del.
August 8—6m.
NEWARK ACADEMY
NEWARK, DELAWARE,
Prof. EDWARD D. PORTER, A. M.
PRINCIPAL.
A first-class Boarding »School for
HOYS AND YOUNG MEN.
[Founded in 1749.]
Pall session begins September 2d.
formation send for circular.
For full in
Aug. 15-Srn
COAL! COAL!) COAL!!!
NE HUNDRED TONS of the celebrated "SU
GAR NOTCH" LEHIGH COAL now un
loading at New Castle, and will be ready for de
livery on Monday next,' the 17th instant. The
continued strikes in the mining regions liavo al
ready advanced the Price of Coal, and give
promise of High Rates the coining season. Now
is the time, therefore, for Consumers to lay in a
supply. E. T. EVANS,
Aug. 15—tf Middletown, Del.
O
A RARE CHANCE.
CTR1E undersigned, being unable to obtain
X Dwelling House in this place, for himself
to Stock of Goods, at
Tho business 1ms been and now
A. W. SPARKS.
and family, offers bis enli
»rivate sale,
s improving.
August 15—tf.
Warwick, Md.
PERSIAN HEALING
OR
PINE TAR SO AYL».
I ^OU the Toilet this Soap has no equal.
preserves the complexion fair, the skin
Soft, flexible and healthy. It removes all Dand
ruff, preserves the hair soft and silky, and pre
vents it from falling off or premaf^rely turning
grey. It will positively cure Dimples on tho
Face, Cracked or Chapped Hands, Salt Rheum,
Frosted Feet, Burns, Fresh Cuts or Wounds of
all kinds, all Diseases of the Scalp aud Skin.
It is no humbug Price only 25 cents per
eftke. Ask your Druggist aud Grocer for it.
G. B. THOMPSON, Oil Merchant, Southwest
Second and Market Streets, Wilmington,
Sole Agent for Delaware.
August 22—
It
corner
E. R. COCHRAN,
DEALER IN
GRAIN. LIME,
FERTILIZERS, &c.
Middletown, Delaware.
W ILL pay the highest cash prices for all
kinds of Grain. Wiltscll Lime us low as
the lowest. Will sell No. 1
PERUVIAN GUANO,
$90 por Ton.
Ellis' Fertilizer,
$50 per Ton.
RHODES' PHOSPHAJO^
$50 per Ten.
BAUGITS RAW BONE PHOSPHATE,
$56 per Ton,
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE,
$50 per Ton.
Baugh's Chicago Blood Manuro,
$50 per Ton.
ROLE AGFNT, at Middi.et
:n, for the King
MORI
of Super Phosphates, viz
i-mr.Lii'.s,
Genuine J.mimi
ed. The Best J'i
spliaie for the
money in this or any
Hier maikct.
The Price
•ed, and neither is the quality of the
retail price is $50 per ton
a ton of Phosphate is a small item, when
aider that one extra peck of wheat to the acre, at
e than pay the extra $6,
applying the Phosphate at the rale of 200 lbs to
ire. 1 will guarantee it to make tlic extra
peck of wheat, over any other Phosphate, and
also to make a heavier growth of grass after the
wheat than any other.
Peruvian Guano—less sand ami less plaster than
some others, therefore has more strength.
r of Moro Phillips'
I y one trial to con
is not I ed
The
ill
l!:
It contains more No. 1
Timt all 1 lmve said i
Phosphate is true, requires
vinee the most sceptical, i
in doubt to John P. Cocbr
tons each fall, or to Win. Wood, or Wm. il
Cochran, both of whom have given it a fair trial
side by side willi other Phosphate?.
A liberal deduction i
cash dealers or cons
•ould rei
• persons
, Esq. who uses fifty
ill be made to
s of largo quantities.
Splintes liamrlfd C
•rcial Mn Hutes have proved io be il.e I
the market. Farmers should uso the best, and
get their money buck with compound interest.
Phosphates delivered free of freight, at any
on the Delaware Rail Road, or at any
landing on the Delaware or Chesapeake waters,
in quantities of 5 tons or upwards.
A liberal deduction to clubs. Send in your
Of the Haw B
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station
•decs early.
August 8, 1808.—3ni.
Index Office, Wàurf.xton, Va.
Moro Phillips,
Dear Sut I wrote you last v
Augu.d 8th, 1808
nl
ii
of your Phosphate,
sowed
of wheat, ! iris
other Fertilize
I have just thrashed mv
d put the same quantity oil.
wheat, and delivered it
t the depot. 1 hauled with a two horse wagon,
bushels at a load, and the wheat
weighed, ( the 24
lie otki r. Thceou
tweuty-h
with y
bushels,) M91bs.
sequence is. y
tity i
come to mo 1
pamphlets
r Phosphate o
it
til
will iii»ll
lu;i. a large qu:
great many have
M
Send me some
, and I will dis.ribuie them for you.
Yours, J. W. FINKS.
TO THE FARMING COMMUNITY.
rpiIE sul
X of the
Cecil ami Ke
of standard Fer«'*i
•octal 1
y cans the attention
Castle co. De», and
to ihc following list
hand,
Farine
f No
Md.
s kept
nd furnished u
le
Ha
at any si
Che»..tv:ike and Dolu
Dels
Railroad, or
•a.—Vise:
RHODES' SURER PHOSPHATE,
Moro Phillips' Super Phosphate,
Whann's Super Phosphate,
Croasilalc'a Suiter I'ltosplialc,
II EWES' SUIiER FIIOS I'll ATE,
COIN'S SUPER niOSPIIATE,
Berger and Butz' Super Phosphate.
BAUGH'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE,
PERUVIAN GUANO,
PACIFIC GUANO,
RODUNDA GUANO.
E. T. EVANS,
Opposite Depot, Middletown, Del.
July 18—tf
TIMELY HINTS TO ALL.
H ow
tlier, sister,
and have not cve
any have lost
fill her, mother, bro
cut little prattling
an
child.
shad
v of nseinb
lance to look upon,
little toy or
After th
ati
1 »
ifling
and diet ished as
ien kept for
l ol
if rememberanee.
1 valuable would
t i'holographs, of the
j
How
be one of Horn
!
loved and lost.
The.
ly
• one who
I he features
t lake pleasme
does
of
friend,
moved bv death
d win
1 has bee
the exeh
! v.hat
that t
alio
with an expression ol
not give
Reado
.ict; O
•ould 1
I
picture of in
ud.
1
cannot do a bettor thing
the subject, thou take an
r's Galle
now y

hour or two anil
sit II
then
d, have
may, at some fut
feel grateful for these g<
son to
•o. per
JOHN M. HORNING.
Middle
Del.
i ho host memento that you can supply,
Or leave a valued i
1
die
is the life-speaking ]
11th,
h'b fading wealth.
l'd oft;
Far better tin
July 11-tf
Farmers, Your Attention!!
TOT ICE that the PENINSULAR MACHINE
ed labor." and par
WORKS have
ticulnr ati
ington k Hussey's Reapers. Horse Rakes, Thresh
. A lot of Su
perior Reapers on baud. Fanners, look to vonr
inters!», and purchaseRe»iab»eMachinery "made
at home," whore you can have y
done promptly and reliably, and at »he shorter
notice. jz£3" All work wai
offered,
July 2C-tf
ill be
en to repairing I
d Horse Powers of all kb
inii d cuual t
nuy
J. TUGS. BUOl).
Agent.
Middletown Carriage Works,
ESTABLISHED IX 1S00.
J. M. COX & BSHO., Proprietor«.
W E keep constantly
turc to order Cart
and finished in the best manner, ns we employ
bone but first-class workmen and us
best material.
Repairing executed with neatness and
despatch.
All work warranted.
's of the h
t stvies
1} iho
Jan 4—tf
MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
r T/OWS and Plow Oustings, Machine Castings
of all kinds ou hand or made to order.
Particular attention given to Repairing Machi
nery. Cash for old Iron.
WM. L. BÜCKE & SON,
April 4-tf
I'
uders and Machhii..^,
BAUGH'g
COMMERCIAL MANURES.
ON EVERY
PACKAGE.
•J
\T
BAUGH & SONS, Philada.
AND
NORTH WESTERN FERTILIZING Co.
Chicago,
Sole Manufacturer*.
PRICES.
BAUCH S IIAW' BONE I'HOSPIIATE,
§ >(j por 2000 pounds,
CHICAGO BOM! FERTILIZER,
$ : H).pcr 2000 pounds.
BAUGIl'S CHICAGO BLOOD MANURE,
$'>0 per 2000 pounds.
BAUCH'S
The above Manures are furnished in both bags
il bands, whichever customers perfer. The
bags are u
lu 100 pounds.
Tl.c alten Hon c>r Farmers is cspoclally directed
to the fact that the sources of iho Raw Material
9 are composed, are
of which i he al-ov
Ms
so well under <
of stric tly lmii
that they cpmai
:ol that
an furnish them
m quality
•id condiii
aud
a larger percentage of ammo
lass of manufactured
nia than any other cl
mires in the mttrkci.
BAUCH k SONS,
20 S. Delaware Avenue,
Fui I
CLI'JIIA.
North Wk3teun Ekrimm/.
Cor. Lake à L
u Co.,
alle Sts.
Chicago.
.
Daugii's Commercial Manures may be
roeuml from dealers in any of the principal
twns in Mie l nited »Stall s or Dominion ol Canada.
June 20—>ui
ATTENTION FARMERS.
fJ^IIOMAS T. Enos and James M. Cheftjns,
-L having purchased the exclusive right, for the
season, to muuufueture and sell
Foster's Phosphate Attachment,
UOIt DKILLl.NQ FJSKTII.1ZEHS
in the State of Dein
•are. and East Maryland, are
0 f.ll order* for this justly celebni
1 lav in if be«
now prepared
ted machine
proved by the New
crews to regulate
Cast !
•ill' thumb s
il ii
edits
re
•»-, md only
eds a
tlic
ti a
K:
5. ' -
II
Ihd t•
Phosphat
Felvilizer Drills in
t th
I
[>!•«:. I
the
;i ai (imiip plior pliâtes
WI
..pa,.
•ill not clog it.
U i
aplc
■I not liakde to
I.
g't
It has been in
(self.
ouly oil"
d i 1
ks ii
;
I ; e

;
Rev. lib
Srou,
. „ ike it, and use it."
•/, M. 1). of Port Pen, Del. says:
r's is a God-scnd to me."
of McDonough, Del. says :
"iclory, il does the
(proved adjustable
rews, you
s: "I would not
es the cost of it,
t get one made on the same
lhmiti Su
'• This drill ot Ft
Henry C. Walk
"It b:
Sain
'Ork very well
Gib your in _
bottom, regulated by two thumb £
have in my opinion a perfect machine .'
Stringer L. Tinley , Jr. s:
part with mine for many ti
provided I could
principle."
11. McKee, of Middletown, Del. says: "It ac
ted admirably, the improvement invented by
yourself, makes the arrangement so simple, that
the dullest must be convinced of its perfection
and complete mauler of working."
We also beg leave to refer to the following
gentlemen, who a* .» acquainted with the work
ing of the improved Bottom :—Thos. F. Dilworth,
Joseph Cleaver, J. J. Janvier, J. It. Williams,
»S. F. Shallcross, Thos. Cochran, Henry Jones,
Joseph Roberts, a id Jas. Build'
We are prepared to put new bottoms to drills
sent out last year.
Price of New AI taehment $50 00.
Terms cash on deliverv
Pleure send your orders to Euos and Cheffins,
Odessa Del. T. T. ENOS.
■L M. CIIEFFIKS,
Odessa, Del. July 18—Cm
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS.
THE DIAMOND STATE
Thresher and Cleaner
W E call the attention of Farmers to our iin
proved Diamond »State Thresher antj Clea
Tho pracli
•liines is such as will
g those wanting Threshers
•3 before purchasing
a mi (act are three sizes, No. 1,
2, 30 inch cylinder, No.
They arc of the best ma
, with double acting Separator,
cal operation of thes
us in ndvisi
warn
and Cleaners to examine
Minder, ft
3, 26 inch cylinder,
tenais aud workmanship, and
36 inch
Warranted Io Suit PiircliaserN.
Large or small powers can be used to drive them
Galvanized sheet iron is used for
Suives and Shaker hoi toms. They arc unequaled
nd ease of rulining,
doing their work rapidly ami in tho bc3t manner.
bine is a model of simplicity in Ms con
struction and operation, and the price ot it below
that of other* iu the market. The double shaker
si pa» a tes all li e grain fron» the straw, none is
md the peculiar
a clo
desired.
in strength; dnmbili'.y
The mi
ped
\v
of .he ;
b
n,i
J he
sh«»e can eat ily be detached
and the machine used as a Thail
and three Horse
the sepan
er and Separator alone. Tiv
Endless Chain Rail way Powers w ith steel bear
ings-Pel ton
a circular.
Address—!*
May 23—3m
and oilier Lever Powers. Send for
CASIIO k Co. Newark, Del.
Joel Pusey, General Agt.
FARMS!! FARMS!!
F on SALE, THREE FARMS.
No. 1 A farm situated on the road from
to Church Hill, and within two miles
r place, containing 100 ACRES,
a weil located,
»1. ft Church, aud good
bie property,
of the higli
Siuilorsvil
ly ail am hi
i h
la
b<
Flou ling Mi •
d is
des
the land l.chip
cot improvemc
No. 2 Ts mt
h
d
ill,
;
I dmal
pouao.
tialcd within fume miles o r Chrs
ilcs of Rolph's
o miles from Deep
ï grain or any olher produce cm
>;lhnr i v steamboat or sail vessels,
•out 200 ACRE.S, this farm is lo
ft good county road, and the lqnd is
high and of a very superior quality.
No. 3 Is within two and a half i
tor tow
I bin '.tir<<*
wiuu f, aud uot more tIn
Landing, whe
be sent away
and e
cated
miles of Sud
lcrsvilte, and lying immediately on a public road
and contains about 280 ACRES, and would di
vide to Advantage if desirable into two farms.
All three farms have buildings and are now
occupied, and bciug cultivated.
Possession will be given at the end of the year,
or sooner if necessary. The terms can bo made
easy to suit purchasing. Persons wishing to pur
chase had better apply at once to
LEMUEL ROBERTS,
Nmr Crumpton, or Sudler ville, Md.
August 5-r tf
CHATSWQRTH HILL
Select Boarding and Day gobod
For Young Ladies,
188 Franklin St. Baltimore, Md,
Mrs. P, L. EICHELBERGER, and Misa,
A. E. HASSON, Piunoh'als.
fTMIE location selected for this School is in an
X agreeable, healthy and retired part of th«
city. The building, furnished >yith all the mod
ern improvement, such us wqter, gas, baths, ko.
und having a large and well shaded yard *•
Untied, is admirably adapted to 4b« panpacts ßf
the Ius ivutign.
The School rooci will be ùtled t»p Ip ft*
modern styts aud «very arrangomeai •*& %|
made to secure the comfort und advanosMUtpf
the pupils.
Terms eor Boardinq Pcwls.
Board and Tubi
in English, French and
!r&Wi Mil
Latin.,. t ...
No extras except JVw-rent
Each pupil is 'required l
d Washing,
bo furnished wLh
tow els, table napkins, fork, spoon and uupkiti
•ell ns wearing- pppare| (
uked with the ow ner's name.
ring
must be
Terms for Day Scuolaub.
Tuition in English, French and Latin $125 00
s' prices,
Music
il Gorman at Profess.
Use of Piano
The School
10th of September to the 2fth of June. A rocewi
00 per quarter
It con I in tie in
session from th*
of I en da vs will b
L Chris;mas and also
at Eastc
Pavme
s to be made strictly in ad-»
varier». The bills will be rendered semi-annually,
at the commencement of the term, or on entrance,
and on the 1st of February. A punctual atteiir
dance at ilic opening of School i
ipccialiy Tin
riod of the
Pupils
•>y
I
year, but they will l.
,'ded to re
and if removed betöre
that time full payment will be required.
uindo tjh*
dose of the .School
R K F K U E N C E 8 :
Rev. Jamc3 Cnileim, Windicster, Va. ; Uvv,
T. \V. Doth, do. ; liev. Wm. îv^deaton, do. : II.
51. Bren I. Ksi|. do. ; IlolieiL B. Wolle, Esq. do. i
Wm. It. Baker. Esq. ilo., o. M. Brown. Esq. do,
lion. II. MoCiillouqli. Elkion. Md. : ' Bov. II.
.Mathews, do.; Rev. I*. M. Endllor. 1). I>„ Lu, her-,
ville, 51 d. ; Ihn-, 11. Linie, lio,
okc College. Vi
Prof. < . S. W
do.; lb
. J. J. Miller, Si
ton, Va.; Col. (i.'Oiue B.'-Vor, do.: linker
do.; J. F. Lite. Ikq., Middle.«
Bird, Esq. Woodstock, Va. ; Dr
Balt.
Mark
F. It. Dunbar,
*e, Md.; Wm. M. Buscy, Esq., do.; U,
Vanderfoid, Miedlctoyn, Dei,
July 25—10w,
u, V
BOOKS, STATIONERY
VARIETY STORE.
S CHOOL BOOKS
B'.Ji- !!
BLANK, not
M' ir''ancons Work*.
ill Books
■ oi liud.ug,
Books.
^(ufloaejry oi siM
' 4 " Worl
Dcvks La«"'.
Roves. Fancy
Bo:
W
Pocket
•s Seg,*r
('
••e r
d Co.d-L Loojj*
Back Gammon Boards,
CHESS & CHECKER MEN,
GAMES OF ALL KINDS,
Rubber Pepeil® and Penholders, Writing Fluit|
Ink Stands. Pocket Ciii'evv. Rogers' Scistors,
Sleeve «Huons Siurln «was. Titn Ki««»r J'a; 1
: s, Combs, Brunnes Xp'l
lids, Watch Key*,
Spec ail' 1 « Vfoi'j S
and Too .i Brushe- Gum 1
Key Ri.ig^, and Pu'l Boxes.
A Ft:
AurwliueiUof Cotgnlt & Co's. Hoop,
PHALON'S NIGHT-BLOOMING CKUEH8,
right's and Taylor's Superior Extracts,
Pomades, Hair Oils, and > .
Dental »Soap, of the first quality, \ r
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. v
Neck Ties of various 9tyles. Bismarck .Colleè»,
G oves. Hose, Handkerchief, Cuirs, Wi is te t.
&c. &c,
Sugars, Tobacco Pipes, Meerschaums, and 'To»
bocuo Pouches.
W
Lamp Cblmncye, Wicka aod Goal OH,
DEALER IN NEWSPAPER». //
Ifew Tcrk
Harper's Weekly. 'BrJMflf itT
Prank Leslie, Cbimocy 0oft«:, Waaklf, ,,
Boys arid Girls
Gjeajion's Literary Companion. .
Godey's. Peterson's, Atlantic, Arthur's, Galaxy
and Mm e.Demorest's Magazines.
A. large variety of Fancy Articles."^SSi.
Call and examine, at
D. L. DUNNING'S,
Corner of Main and Scotts» roots.
Middletown, pci;
Jan 4.—3mo.
JOHN McLEAR & SON,
BANKERS,
WILMINGTON, DEL. /
M oney received on deposit. 1( n>>
ble on demand, and interest allowed/' ••
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
BOUGHT ond SOLD, Ut current market rnkiji,
GOLD AND GOLD COUPONS,
Bought at highest prices.
Notes, Drafts, and îiîtprcfrt, .
Collected aud remitted promptly.
Stocks ancl Loans
BOUGHT AND SOLD OX COMMISSION.
Appi
person or by letter, pty
i'iV
and full}
Correspondence i
ed.
•bod.
JOHN McLEAR À SON,
Bankers,
Wilmington, IVI.
Aug. 1—6mo.
Rhodes! Rhodes! Rhodeeb!
Price Redueed Io $50 per To»,
rpo me»
i duc-e
tho price of III
reduced t
the recent dtciiiu
in (.rain, npd ln»
bug
regii/Hj
h am ticrir
t« 0
till
0 pc;
«10 Ii
Mi
m.3 not del
a> tbirue
r'oriw
r'-'-'i
ted, being bei 1er n
r.v l h i i
np>.
Ii is ni w
d-y
AH Huu is asked
side any o .lmr K* r
the re- ';
1 Ç .!.
bln for dribu
h a'otigr
■J
of Ihe grain
grow ib of cjov
11
■1 the tat sequent
H,
Put tip ?
sold by i be «ib
apenlte
d Deln
ac
scril er at Middleiowa. De'.
n Cl
Delaware C
-■
ware v/.iUMs, at $:>0 per tun
Send in your ordeig r -
limited.
July 18—tf.
ic e of fi
. ns Ihe
£. T. EVANS.
Midd'eiovrn, Del.
hi.
■>PPt.T t»
GO TO DEAKYNE'S
F OR everything that is nice, in the wa*r of
fresh family Loaf Biead, Fancy Cakes* su
perior Confectionery. Ice Cream, kc. Part!**
supplied with Cake. Confectionery, Ice Créant fre,
to order, qt shortest notico. Go to Deakyne 1 «
fof everything that is nice.
J. B. DEAKYNE, •
Middletown Hî| r
August 8—*5m

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