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PU III.ISM KT» EVERY 8.
«Y HE.V'llY VAKUERFOHD.
Office corner Main ami Scott streets, over
p. L. Dunning's Hook ami Variety Store.
Thumb.—$ 2.00 per nquum, payable ip advance.
jingle copies liye cpjàts.
Apy^TMiNo Katks— One square of ten lines,
jsD fpf t|u* first itpqj apd 25 cents foTeach
. One square one year #10;
r . a quarter of a column three
pjppths $8 ; six moulds $15 ; one year, with the
privilege of four changes, 825; for half a column
£>50. Fra/'tnins of a square to be counted as a
square. When the number of insertions is qot
narked, advertisements will be continued until
j?ul is.eqpen t in septum
fix môptjjs 90. ' For
piarKe
forbid, up if charged accordingly Obituaries
published' at advertising rates; Marriages and
pciydfts inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
pôhnne their advertisements to their own business.
pS* All letters should be address ed to Tub
Middlktown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
Tltc* Baltimore Episcopal Methodist con
tradicts the report that Jefferson Davis is
likely to be chosen President of Ramlolph
Macon College. Rev. Dr. Duncan was
^recently elected to that position. The
^college is a Methodist institution, while
^lr. Davis is an Episcopalian.
1 UBUIF.D.
In Middletown, at the Forest Presbyterian
/Church, September 24th, by Rev. Dr. Patton,
Mr. William W. Atwell to Miss Margaret Rob
erts, both of New Castle County, Delaware.
THE MARKETS,
MIDDLETOWN MARKET.
'Wheat, prime j,cd
Corn yellow.
" white.
Oats.
.Timothy Seed.
Clover Seed
ffg«.
lutter .
Chickens ( I
.82 25
.118
•of"
4 00
S
,.20 ets *j-> ili
,.30<W35 ets. ' r > lb
18 (Vf 21) " "
• 10(0 20 " "
..lOffi 15 " "
Spring ).
Lard
Hogs
Beef,
18 (V/ 20
Hams.
Sides.
Shoulders
'1 *o ta toes..
::bf 2
..1!Iff/20 "
..u\0> 18 "
1 OObbl 2.' V
uali
1'llll.AOKLI'IIIA
I'rime red wheat
.$2 20(fî 2 30
1 30
r ÎUie'77
r
, new vellow
Oats.
.MINIS
Wheat red.
Corn.
Oats.
Flour.
.1 28
.$11 00 (it 14 00
DEAFNESS. BLINDNESS, and CATARRH
treated with the utmost success, by J. Isaacs.
M. D. and Professor of Disease of ibe Eye and
Ear, in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 12
venrsexperience, (formerly of Leyden. Holland.)
No. 805 Arch Street. Pliila. Testimonials can
be seen ut his office. The medical facility are in
vited to accompany their patients,
secrets in his practice. Artificial eyes inserted
without pain. No charge for examination.
s he has
no
REGISTER'S NOTICE.
It
KG 1ST HR'S OFFICE.
New Castle County. September 10 , 1808.
Upon the application of Rachel Mifflin, Admin
istratrix of Jacob li. MitUin. late of Saint Goon
Hundred, pi
Hundred, pi »aid County, deceased : it is ordered
Vi*(i directed by the Reuisteu that the
tratrix aforesaid, give notice of the <
Letters of Admiiiistratii
deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by
causing advertisements to be posted witliin forty
days from the date of such Letters, i
most public places of the County of New Castle,
requiring all persons having demands against
.the Estate, to present the same, or abide by
■* Act of Assembly in such case made and provided.
And also cause the same to be inserted witliin
tilting of
upon the Kxnle of the
six of the
the same period i
newspaper published in Wilmington, and the
'Miduletown Tiiaxscuict, published in Middle
town, and to be continued therein two months.
. Given under the hand and Seal of Of
. y lice of the Register aforesaid, at New
castle, in New Castle County aforesaid,
the day and year above written.
tin- Pki.awauk Gazette,
I
R. ('. FJUIM, Register.
All persons having elaliiis against
the Estate of the deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Administratrix on or before
'September 17th, 1809, or abide the Act of Assem
bly in such case made and provided.
RACHEL MIFFLIN,
Administratrix.
A d d l ess— M e I )ououg h , I >cl.
NOTICE.
Sept. 26-2m
FOR SALE.
A Farm in Queen Anne's County,
CONTAINING A DO IT
243 ACRES,
I FORMERLY the property of John Hendrick's
heirs, at present occupied by Mr. Thomas
Vausant. adjoining the lands of ('apt. Robinson
and others, about three and
'Crumpton and Church Hill, and about two and
a half miles from a Public Landing. One-third
in WOOD AND TIMBER.
DWELLING,
Kitchen, Barn, Meat House. Poultry
House, and Dairy.
A Well of good Water in the yard.
About 1900 Peach Trees,
FIVE YEARS OLD.
TE11MS.
liait' miles from
There is
One-tliiril cash,
next ; balance in three equal annual instalments.
Interest ftom the first of January next; to be
secured by bond with security. Possession 1st.
Jiuiuury next. GEORGE VICKERS.
Agent and attorney for Mrs. Rhoda Riley.
Sept. 26—3t.
• by the 26th of December
THE FARMER'S NEWSPAPER,
The Delaware Tribune.
■TIIE LARGEST, CIIEAPES & BEST.
Every Farmer Should have It.
J&P Terms—$2. 00 a vear in ndvi
JENKINS & ATKINSON', Priq rietors.
Wilmington, Del.
. Address
PHIA DELPHI A PRICES OUTDONE.
ORDER BY MAIL,
QUICK, CHEAP AND ELEGANT
PRINTING
JENKINS ATKINSON,
Steam Job Printers, Wilmington, Del.
Thf. Delaware Tunic
The Delaware Tkirjj
The Dei.aw;
Have you s.-ien it?
sf*en it ?
seen it ?
Order Privtinu by Mail from the Delaware
.Tkibuke Office.
For Cheai* Pr'NTINo go to the Delaware Tri
bune .Steam Printing Office, at Wilmington, Del.
• Order by Mail. —Orders for Printiug may be
sent *o the Tribune Office, at Wilmington, by
mail. Such orders will receive instant attention.
The Dklawar Tribune is the Radical Repub
lican newspaper of Delaware.
The Delaware Tribune may be had of the
Newsboys on the Delaware Rail Road.
The Cakapest Printing establishment for Sale
Bills in Wilmington, is the Delaware Tribune
Office. The Tribune is the Farmer's paper of
pela ware.
Hav v y
■: Tribune.—H ave v
Sept. 26.
ODESSA NURSERIES.
T HE Proprietors offer for Sale, for Fall plant
ing of 1808 or Spring of 18011,
70,000 Peach Trees
of the leading
Market and Family Varieties,
200,000 SMALL FltUIT PLANTS
consisting of the following varieties :
STRAWBERRIES,
RASPBERRIES.
BLACKBERRIES.
COOSERERRIES,
CURRANTS, AND GRAPE VINES.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS.
300,000 OSAGE ORANGE QUICKS.
One and Two Years Old.
ALSO
EARLY ROSE, IIARRISON, AND
EARLY GOODRICH POTATOES.
Apply to
POLK k HYATT,
Odessa. Dol.
Or to W.M. if. CROFT.
Sept. 20 , 1808.
HENDRICKSON & THOMPSON,
MILLWRIGHTS,
Agents for Burnham's Improved
TURBINE '
WATER-WHEELS.
V LL Orders for any Branch of the Business
will receive prompt attention if addressed
ALLOWAYSTOWN,
Salem County, N. J.
to
Sept. 2G—tf.
THE ADVANTAGES OFFERED
BY THE
National Life Insurance Company
OF TIIK UNITED STATES,
ARK :
i.
it is n National f.Vmi.inv villi a Pcr|H-tmil
(.'harter, grmitctl'hy' H|ic(-ial Act'of Ouu'j;ivss.
It affords the Security of a Pnid-np Canital of
due Million Dollars, with the privilege . f in
creasing it to an unlimited amount.
in.
Tt <>pr t -x Low Mutex of Premium.
The policy-holder i
mice Company secures hi/ contract
of Insurance fora
that of Mutual Companies.
IT.
the National Life Insur
given amount
premium much lower than
IV.
M fu mix hex, larger Insurance than an g other Ct
panics for the a
instance, a perçpp aged 30, l»v paving an
annual premium of $1*05.50, can secure a* policy
in the National Life Insurance Compunv for
$10.000; while with the si
secure only $7031.80 in a
t ual Plan.
• moiteu.
• premium he c
Company
the Mu
V.
It
Definite atul Certain.
1 heit; is qo possibility of misrepresentation bv
gents, or misunderstanding by policy holders.
It makes a plain contract—so 'much ins
for so much money.
vr
ft has a Ifo
• < knit pang in
The money pid for premiums are i
thç section where received.
en.:g local it g.
rested i
VII.
fix Policies
Negotiable.
By the Charter of the Company, certificates or
obligations may be issued, agreeing to purchase its
policies at their value, w hich w hen accompanied
by the policy duly
negotiable, anil
rity, in makii
other parties.
ned
ay be used
g loans from the Company
• transfered, arc
11 s collateral secu
: from
VIII.
fix Policies
exempt ft
Attachment.
By the Charter it is enacted, "Tb;H any pol
ii-.v lakin out in favor of a wife, cliilrl, relative
or other persons having ait interest in the life of
the insured shall not he liable to seizure by the
creditors of the person so insured."
IX.
There are no Unnecentiary Rettrietiom in l/ie Policy.
The insured are not restricted from residence
ill any part of the I'nited States or Uritish l'rov
mces. or in Europe in time of peace; excepting
that an extra rate will he chnrped for residence
a longer period than thirty days, between the
lyt ot July and tile 1st of November, in that por
tion ot the k nited States lying; within sixty miles
oi the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico,
the Mississippi ur lied Rivers, sipta (if the par
allel ot 3d» North Latitude. ' ' ' ' 1
for
of
X.
All Policiex arc Non-Forfeit ing.
Every policy issued by the Company contains
a guarantee of a paid-up policy for a propor
tionate amount. • ■
XÏ.
ft makes
Annual Aihlilion to He Policies of One
1/inalrcd /;. )• Centum of the 1'remiam Paid.
Policies issued under Tables IV. V. and VI, in
crease at the beginning of every year by just' the
amount of pre'miuiit 1 st id.
XII.
It pays to the. Insured, during Life, t
°J One-Tenth the Amount :<
Policy. *' '*
A party insuring upon the Income-producing
1 lan ( Table X.) will draw
one-tenth the amount named i
ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty-five
according to the kind of Policy taken.
The full ijmotint of ,he Policy y.jR bp paid
death, wjiç'ùever that event occureg.
i Annual In
•ncef m the
annual income of
the Policy, after
or thirty years,
at
XIII.
No charge is made for Policy Fee, Stamps
Medic il Examination.
or
XIV.
No Extra Rate is charged for Risks upon the
Lives of Females. 1
I3SSTTTCE
IN TUB
National Life Insurance Company
Q* TIIE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Active and reliable Agents wanted ii
every locality.
Woolston & Co,
GENBg^L AGENTS FOll DELAWARE,
No. 2 East Third Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
September JO—Jm.
NOTICE.
A N Instalment, of one Dollar per Share upon
the Capital Stock of Uie Middletown Hall
Company will be due, and payable to John R.
Saturday, Oct. 24th. J868. As the
: rapidly progressing, prompt pay
ments will be required to meet coming liabilities.
By order of the Board
V\M. il. BARR,
Secretary.
Hall. Esq.
work i
August 22—4w
Instruction on the Piano.
M ISS N. M. WRIGHT, Middletown, Delà
ware. Teacher of Music on the Piano, will
attend to Pupils at their own or her residence.
Terms moderate
Sept. 19—t/
028 IIOOP SKIRTS. 628
AND
CORSETS, CORSETS.
WM. T. HOPKINS,
No. 628 Arch Street, Pliila.
MANUFACTURER OF THE
Celebrated" Champion" Hoop Skirts
FOR LADIES, MISS US AND C II II.DItK\,
The largest assort moi!
styles in the American A1
try them, as they rccomn\<
longer, retaining their s
lighter and more cfastic
ted in evcri/ respect, and ;
Ask for HOPKINS' "C
Superior Hand-made
t, and best quality and
rrket. F very lady should
ndt lien'.selves by wearing
mpe much better, being
ban all others—Warran
old at very low peiees.
LAMPION" SKIRT.
Whale-Bone Corsets in
Fifteen different Grades, including the "Impe
rial" and Thompson & LInudon's "Glove Fitting"
■ging in prices from Ml Cents to $5.50 :
together with .Joseph Bkokkl'k Celebrated I
Woven Corsets, superior shapes and quality, Ten
different Grades, from 81.10 to $5.50. Tlïey are
the finest and best good; for the prices, ever im
ported. The Trade supplied with lloop Skirts
and Corsets at the Lowest Mutex.
Those visiting the Cit
and examine our Goods
all competition.
Corsets, n
■ ;:lioiil<f pot fail to call
and' Prices, as we defy
Sept. 10, 1808.
DEI^AW A.XIE
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Wilmington, Del.
PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000.00.
JOHN P. McLKAR, Pro
ident
GEO. W. STONE, Vice President.
M• CHILD, Secretary
DIREC
TORS.
John P. McLeur,
Willis
Thus. W. Webb,
William Canby
Williams. 1 lilies,
Samuel Brancroft, jr.
Ed. Bringhiirst, jr.
Wm. (i. Gibbons,
George W. Stone,
Jno. V. Rice,
W. H. Swift.
Rush.
This Company offers
those who desire to avail
fits of Life Insurance,
reasons :
unusual advantages to
themselves of the bene
Kxauiino the following
npany, and lias adopted
nee timt F safe and just,
led with the utmost care
timl Company,
tores of Loans, original
1 st.—It is n n
• c
every pi.
1 Life fnsur;
isks are s'ele«
2d.—It
and skill.
3rd.- It \? a pa>yh/ in
4th.—It oller» new le
to itself.
5th.—It is the most economically managed
Company represented in the Peninsula.
0th. Its excess oH'iind; will be lo<
to the nv. uibers ofiln* Company, thus giving them
the use of the money at mice.
7th.—It will loan its
short time.
1 out onlv
members money for
8th.—Its rates arc froi
than nnp Mut un! Campant,
Otli. —Its policies are
first payment,
loth'.
11th.—It ins
. tu .{0 jior ct. lower
in Prixteiice,
ion-forfeitable after the
is fn
to $10.000.
s raili
aril mis occupations without extra addition to the
premiums.
12th.—It combines
Economy. Safety,
be derived from Life Ins
13th.—It has
cies, and demands
' does it ask an
•liability
«1 all ndvanta
Li
y Rates,
■cs that are to
notes banging over the poli
inti*resi money in advance;
extorliniial Cash premium.
14th.—It is within the ]irt wer of the poorest man
as well as the millionaire to protect his wife and
family from want, by taking a policy in tills
Company.
First Class
locality
plicants will addn
•liable ipei. ur
s agents
anted in every
for the ('onipany. Ap
ith refer
the
subscriber.
THOMAS BUM),
iddlctnwn, Delaware.
Agent for Delawarif and Eastern Shore Md.
»
Send for Circulars sctiii..
and operations of the Comp
Approved.
Sept. 12
fortli fully the plans
GEO. W. STONE.
Vice President.
-tf
CASH! CASH!!
is y.v
THE ORDER OF T1IE DAY.
B
USINESS of all kin
Basis, and it is r
■' is being put on a Cash
;:ht and proper that it
should be.
If a farmer sells his
heat, corn, oats, or hay,
it is for cash.
If lie sells his beef, pen
•ash.
• potatoes, it is
st be for cash,
reduced to thirty
ut to citsti : fi
u at all, to
for
If he sells his peaches, it
. Mercantile credits ai
days, which is equivar
•eommodatii
credit business.
At the beginning of ev.ry mouth the
Statement'- fccCnt out
amount summed uji at tl e foot of that " State
aid, or the delinquent's
nt, therefore, that mer
chants cannot do luisiiilcss satisfactory to them
selves. and keep up theii eredii and their stock,
if they continue to'give the long credits hereto
fore extended to their customers.
approaching more near
• cry where,
will be compelled to conform to the general rule
n tly, the undersigned,
and after this date. F El, l, S'
R ITS EQUIVALENT
thirty
J.
1.0
does
Monthly
all dealer, and the
ment" must he prompt! g
credit suffi
Business, generally, is
a cash basis, and buis incss
ly
and practice. Conseqtu
will.
FOR CIS'// ONLY. (
IX TRA vf.
We have marked our
ooils to the lowest pos
e prepared to sell Great Bar
sible figures,
gains for Cash Only.
Try the effect of cash
saved by it.
mrclutscs, and note the
Good-- cheaper than ever
icy w iirbo sold for cash
selves.
•e offering
offered before, because t
only.
Come and sec for vom
Jtssr We
All Pers
please con:
s having
t-standipg accounts will
• forward and settle uf> without delay.
J. A. REYNOLDS & SONS. '
Sept. 12, 1868—1 m
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rpilE PARTNERSHIP herètof.,re existing and
4- trading in the name of the firm of WALKER
utile business, has this
day dissolved by nmtua consent of the parties.
All persons indebted to said Firm are requested
to make immediate settlement of theii- Bonds,
Notes, and Book Accounts to cither of the sub
scribers, as the affairs of tjie Firm mist be closed
Up at ail early day.
Middletown, Aug. 221, 1866.
& GARY, i
the
1). W.C. WALKER.
J. W. GARY, Sr.
»
NOTICE.—The thdersigned. thankful for
past favors, solicits the patronaigc of his old cus
tomers, as he will keepi n hand Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, &c. ip front of ti e Post Office, apd at pri
ces satisfactory to his old friends and die public
in general.
Country Produce taken in exchange
Highest Market Rates. J. W. GAjIY, Sr.
Aug. 29-51
the
farmers Take Notice.
UJ"M1K »Subscriber will sell at the Peninsula
J Mudiiue Works, Middletown, Del. at great
ly reduced prices,
Hand Furi) j-bidler-. Jl 0
to close out his stock.
lot
of Reapers, Reading and
serukes &c. ui he intends
ROIVf. 11. JIODGgON
Sept,
I I^OR SALE.—Good Cider Vinegar, two years
old, by the Five Gallons, Harrell, or Hogs
head. Apply to J. B. FEN I MORE.
Sept, in—5t. Middletown, Del.
Î —3w.
SEWING MACIILNES,
WILCOX&GIBBS'
T WISTE1) LOOP-ST1TC11
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
THE BEST IxAlHIl.Y SEWING MACHINES
INI THE WORLD.
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Vi
OBVIOUS REASONS WHY THE
WILCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines
ARE BECOMING SO POPULAR:
FIRST, Because they make the " Twisted
Looi'-Stitcii," which is the most Beautiful, Elast
ic, and Durable Stitch known.
SECOND, Bee
Greatest Raiigeof Work, a;id will
ton, Silk, or Line
THIRD, Because they are perfectly Simple in
their Construction ; and will Hem, Fell, Stitch,
Bind, Cord, Tuck, Gather, and Embroider, in
the most perfect manner.
FOURTH, Because they use but One Spool,
and arc found Competent when all others Fail.
-,e they are adapted to the
seeither Cot
Thread successfully.
Head Hie following StiitcnirntH of Pads and
Commendations of Indtvidcials and of tlie
Pie.
in ltcgard to tiic
WILCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines.
From the Superintendant of the Fenn
ijjlvania Central Railroad,
ALTOONA, l'u. Nept 14, 181)3.
sell in
One of yi
• Sew ing Mayliincs has bee
'oral years. For simplicity
y family for s
mechanical in
struction. I haves
•acv of e
The speed
correctness with which it d<> t < its work are admira
ble. It lias given and continue- 1 i give us entire
satisfaction.
Sewing Machine equal, to it.
ENOCH LEWIS.
D0VK1I, Sviit. 12th, 1083*.
Wilcox A- (lih/ix .— (lentil
fhtceu mouths' experience
Family Sewing Machine, I take pleasure i
ing that it li
mg had
It has
ibis locality.
I). F. BURTON.'
iven perfect satisfaction.
•ans of selling se\ era!
SCIENTIFIC
''The.simplicity
prevent its dropping stitches, to w hich m:
er machines are liable,
brought the "clmi
cannot but admire the bcaut.v and acc
movements,
hen running at
and upward per minute,
a great recommendation to it.
AMERICAN. Jnn. 'Jiitli 18;
:ui ai ( ur.icv of its'
• oth
1 which lias liitlurto
stitch" into disrepute.
One
1 the entire absence of all
the rate'of 20UO stitclu
This alone
Another
st prove
•ri t is
Hie g
l workmanship.
The parts are made i
tercliangeable, so that i
the niiiehiue.
the event of accident to
be replaced, at
tri
y part c:
. indeed.
fling cost. It
—a household necessity !
•mechanical wonder
l'niLADKU'IHA I'Di'.SS, lson.—"The tin
paralleled success which has attended the intro
duction of the Wilcox Gibbs Sewing Machine
40 a sure guarantee of its merits."
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REFERENCES.
The folloving are names of persons in this
neighborhood, whom we give as references, who
have had the Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing
in use for some time :
Machines
Misses Blackiston.
Mrs. William Green.
Mrs. Benj. Armstrong.
Mrs. T. S. Bowers.
Mrs. II. Vanderford.
Mrs. R. A. Cochran. Jr. Mrs. Ö. M. Reynolds.
Mrs. J. B. Clarkson.
CASH PRICES.
No. 1. Ornamental Irop Stand, Walnut
Top, (oiled.) with Hemmer and Fel
ler,
No. 2. On Ornamental Iron Stand, Walnut
Top, with Drawer and Lock,
No. 3. On Ornamemtnl Iron Stand, with
Polished Mahogany or Walnut Top
and Drawer, with Hemmer and Fel
ler.
No. 4. Walnut Half Case, (oiled,) with
Hemmer and Feller,
No. 5. Extra Half Case, 11
Box. Hemmer and FelDr
No. 6. Walnut Half C
Fancy Work Box
Feller,
No. 7. Mahogany Half Case, (Polished,)
with Hemmer and Feller,
No. 8. Full Cabinet-Case, Mahogany or
Walnut with Hemmer and Feller,
$55

58
65
with Work
, (oiled,) with
, Hemmer and
68
To
76
100
*
widiiiig a first class Sewing Machine,
would do v. ell to call and examine the
Tim
Wilcox & Gibbs
TW 1ST ED LOOP-STITCH
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
TLV ON
CONSTAN
HAND
SALE
AND FOR
BY
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS,
Middletown, Del.
August 15- 1 v
CHATSWORTH HILL
Select Boarding and Day School
For Young Ladies,
188 Franklin St. BALTjMqnj:, JJjj.
Mus. P. L. EICn ELRKRGER ^ V«i>
A. E. HASSON, Phinch'ai.3.
T il F location selected for this School is in ....
agreeable, healthy and retired pftrt of the
city. The building, fjunished with all the mod
ern improvements, such as water, gas. baths, &c.
and having a large and well shaded yard at
tached, is admirably adapted to the purposes of
the Institution.
The School rooms will he fitted up In the most
modern style and every arrangement will be
made to secure the comfort and advancement of
the pupils.
Terms kor Boarding Butjirsj.
Board and Tuition in English, French and
.$500 00
No extras except Pew-rent and Washing.
Each pupil is required to be furnished with
towels, table napkins, fork, spoon and napkin
ring all of which, as well as wgaping apparel
must be marked with the ow ner's nuij.c.
Terms for Day Schaars.
Tuition in English. French and Latin $125 00
Yu ie and German at Professors' prices.
Fsc of Piano $5 00 per quarter*
The School will continue in session from the
loth of September to the 25th of June. A recess
of ten days will be given at Christmas and also
at Easter. Payments to be made strictly in ad
vance. The bills will be rendered s mi-a .nually,
at the commencement of the term, or on entrance,
and on the 1st of February. A punctual atten
dance at the opening of School is especially re
quested. Pupils may enter at any pe iod of the
year, but they will be expected to remain to the
close of the School year, and if removed before
that time full payment will tie required. '
.at in.
References:
Rev. James Graham, Winchester, Va. : Rev
T. W. Dosh. do. ; Rev. Win. Eggleston, do. : II;
M. Brent, Esq. do. : Robert B. Wolfe, Esq. do. ;
Will. JL Baker. Esq. do.: O. M. Brown, Esq. do.
Hon. II. McCullough, J'lktoq, Md. : Rev. II.
M.itlie ' do.; Rev. P. B.* Sad tier, 1). I)., Luther
ville, Md.: Rev. I). Kittle, Roanoke College,' Va.;
Prof. C. S. Wells, do.: Rev. J. J. Miller, Staun
ton, Va.; Col. George Baylor, do.: Raker Bros,
do.; J. F. Hite, Esq., Middletown. Va. : Mark
Bird, Esq. Woodstock. Va. ; Dr. J. It. Dunbar.
Baltimore, Md. : Wm. M. Busey, Esq., do.; II.
Vanderford, Miedletown, Del.
Julv
low.
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
AND
VARIETY STORE.
OnilM)L BOOKS and Miscellaneous Works,
kP Bibles, Prayer Books and Hymn Books.
BLANK BOOKS, in various styles of binding.
Tiu.k j Memorandum and Pass Books.
Msit ioncry of all kinds.
Photograph Albums, Work Boxes, Fancy
Boxes, Writing Desks, Ladies' Satchels, Pocket
Books, Port Folios, Purses, Portiuonaies, Sogar
Cases. Picture Frames, Tassels and Cords, Look
ing Glassed.
Back Gammon Boards,
Cil I0SS & CHECKER MEN,
GAMES OF ALL KINDS.
Rubber Pencils and Penholders, Writing Fluid
Ink Stands, Pocket Cutlery, Rogers' Scissors,
Sleeve Buttons. Studs, Breast Pins, Finger Rings
Spectacles. Violin Strings, Combs, Brushes, Nail
and Tooth Brushes. Gun* Bands. Watch Keys,
Ke\ Ri
and Puff Boxes.
A Fine Assortment of Colgate & Co's, Soap,
PH A LON'S NIGHT-BLOOMING CERKJJS,
NY right's and Taylor's Superior Extracts,
Pomades, Hair Oils, and
Dental Soap, of the first quality.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
s styles, Bismarck Collars,
Gloves. Hose, Handkerchiefs, Cuffs,. Wristlets,
Ac. &c.
Sugars, Tobacco Pipes, Meerschaums, and To
bacco Dutches.
Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Wicks and Coal Oil.
DEALER IN NEWSPAPERS—
Neck Ties of vari
New York Ledger.
Harper's Weekly, Bazaar anil Magazine.
Frank Leslie, Chimney Corner, Weekly,
Boys and Girls Weekly,
lanio'j . '
Atlantic, Arthur's, Galaxy
Magazines.
Gle
's Liter:
Peterson'
('
Godi
and Mm'e.Demurest
\ large variety of Fancy Articles.
Call and examine, at
D. L. DUNNING'S,
Corner of Main and Scott streets,
Middletow n, Del.
Jan 4.—3i
JOHN McLEAR & SON,'
lltAKEKS,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
M ONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT, payn
blg on ueniand, and interest allow ed.
G O VERXMENT SEC ÜRITIES
BOUGHT and SOLD, at current market rates.
GOLD AÎSD GOLD jGOUÇONS,
Bought at highest prices.
No<<^s, Drafts, and Interest,
Collected and remitted promptly.
Stocks and X.oajis
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Applications in person or by letter, promptly
and fully answereu.
Correspondence invi ted.
JGI1N McLEAR & SON,
Bankers,
Wilmington, Del.
Aug. l--Cmo.
WOODSIDE
Small Tarait N ursery.
STUAW'BEBRTES,
RASBBRRRIKS,
BLACKBERRIES,
CURRANTS AND
OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS.
ALSO
EARLY ROSE, AND
lfAUlUSON POTATOES.
Circulars containinng prices can he had by ap
plying to IIENRY CLAYTON,
Mount Pleasant, Del.
Sept. D—3m.
Stock of Millinery Goods For Sale.
HE undersigned purposing to retire frou bu
siness will sell nt private sale bcf'îéntire
stock of Millinery and Fancy Gooijs. This 'is a
rare opportunity for any person \Yishing tô enfçr
a good business. Apply to
T
LYDIA V. CANNON,
Middletown, Del.
Aug. 29—tf.
BARGAINS, BARGAINS,
Cash Buyers Look to your Interest.
S. R. STEPHENS & Co.
H AVING opened their New Cush Store, in
MiiMletown, Del. are now prepared to
offer to the Jlabile a largç and well selected
Stock of
PRY GOODS
?
GROCERIES, &o.
They offer a large lot of CARPETS,
Very Low from Auction,
A FINK STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Cloths, Cassimers, and
Ready Made Clothing.
HATS AND CAFS,
Dress Goods, N otions,
HARDWARE, AC.
Canned Fruits, I'leklcM, Sauces,
country
uu<] till kinds of Goods usually kept it
store.
Having purchased our entire stock for cash,
j, re p rtre q to se || u t city prices for cash or
country produce.
Buyers would do well to give us
call.
8AML. R. STEPHENS ^ Co.
Middletowx, Del.
July 4—ly.
W. M. KRNN4RD,
OF THE WELL KNOWN
DRY GOODS AND CARPET HQUSE,
OOO Ulurket Street, 'Wilmington,
offers to tjje buying public
able assortment of
c of the most ilesir
GOODS
ver displayed by this old established house.
Buying tor UAi»H, selling
the same terms.
IMi relia si ii from first Hands,
A3 WELL a ÿ
Importing spine Stylpg of Çfoods,
all combined, gives him many advantages
usual with retail stores.
not
A J/fj lit» JD & ÿü C - A,
PLENTY OF LiUflV,
No Misrepresentation of Goods,
A .VI) LOW l'UICKK
f£-»
SOME of the inducements held forth
to buyers.
January 4, 1808—0m
BOAVER'S
COMPLETE MANURE,
MANUFACTUUKI) Il Y
HENRY BOWER, CHEMIST,
PHILADELPHIA.
MADE FROM
Super-Phosphate of Lime, Ammonia and
Pul ash,
warranted free from adulteration.
T HIS Manure contains all tjic elements to pro
dpce laïgé ei6'ps of all kinds, and is highly
reeomnictiiled by all who have used it, also by
distinguished Chemists who have, by analysis,
tested its qualities.
Packed in bags of 200 pounds each,
DIXON, SIIAJtPLKSS k CO.
role agents,
39 South Water and 40 Smith Delaware Avenue,
' ,l ' I'll I LA DKLIMIIA.
For sale by WM. REYNOLDS,
79 South St)ivt,
Baltimore, Md.
Also by JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS,
Midi
And by dealers generally throughout the c
July 18, '68.
x. Del.
try.
HARNESS MAKING.
T
lift) undersigned having commenced Harness
making at
Is prepared
the mo3t r
HHe^perjencè hi city and country justifies his
promise that
to furnish every article in his line
uAsomihle terms.
on
ALL II1S WORK WILL BE OF TIIE
Sir BEST. QUA Livrât
And gives Jijr-i confidents to solicit a Juire oi. tpj
public'• ,1 ' ' 1
^Z>-ö-Nis Shop is
formerly occupied by Joseph Tawresv.
WM. T. GALLAIIER.
Main street, in the house
April 25—tf.
Rhodes! Rhodes! Rhodes!!
Price Reduced fo *50 jjei; T<>n*
T O meet the recent 'decline in Grain, and in
duce a larger consumption ip this Region,
the price of Rhodes! Standard Manure luts beou
reduced to $30 per ton of 2000 lbs.
The quality 6f this Manure huj not deteriora
ted, being bettér now than it wua thirteen years
ago. î e* t • ! -
It is always dry and suitable for drilling.
All tjiai is asked for BJiodes, is jo. try it al.,,ig
sideanÿ other Fertilized : ln the Ain'enbaa market,
and libtd tjie result in the quantity and quality
of the grain at Harvest, and the subsequent
growth of clover or other crop.
Put up m hags'or barrels, and sold by the sub
scriber at Mid;Htdb'vn, Del.—on Chesapeake and
Delaware Canal, and on Chesapeake and Dela
ware waters, at $50 per ton, clear of Uejght.
Send in your orders caii.v, as Dio Supply 4s
limited. " li T. EVANS.
July 18—tf. 1 • Middletown, Del.
BOOT & SHOE MAKING
J AMES II. COLLINS, respectfully informs the
publie that he has taken the Shop at the cor
ner of Broad and Lake streets, nearly opposite
the Academy, in Middletown, anil is prepared
to manufacture Boots and Shoes to order. Sj
dal attention given to repairing, anil all work
finished 'witJi nbntness and despatch.
8peettully solicits a shafe^l' the public patronage.
He re
GO TQ DEAKYNE'S
F OR everythi.ig that is nice, in the way of
frcsli fundi j-' Loaf Bread. Fancy Cakes* su
perior Confectionery, lee Cream, Ac. Parties
supplied wiln C:ikc, ÇonfecUonerV, be Cream Ac.
to order, nt shortest notice. Goto D'cakynete
for everything that is nice.
M ' J. IL DEAKYNE,
Middletown, Del.
August 8—5m.
TRUSTEE'S SALI}
A. 1 »emitiful
SALT WATER SITUATION
Fn. Talbot County, NFd„
B V virtue of. a decree of the Circuit Court for
Talbot cthmiy. >i11i j iin Equity, the under
sigped, as Trustee, •will A'U at public Sale, at the
front door of the Court Douse,' in the town of.
Kao ton, on,
Tuesday, Sept' mhrr 180$,
between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock, P. M. a
part of. tuai farm or plantation commonly know^;
"G E E B E , n
formerly the residence of (diaries II. Martin,
Esq. cophijuiug the quantity of
130 A G l i f
Ripre nr less.
This farm is beiiutifullv located
the watery
branch of Miles River, where
all the luxuries of the salt water, oysters, fislq
crabs, terrapins, and wild fowl c
in abundance. It is within one mjlc of the
stenmbonj landing nf Allies UiveV iVfldg
about two miles tJ ot,i the ,o\\y of'Easton.
The improvements are
Frame Dwelling
of " Glebe" creek.
be obtained
i»i^
,] e-story
and sufficient OUT-BUILDINGS for the use of.
the farm. There is als
fine
Orchard of 1500 Yuuug Pencil
together w ith other fruit trees in abundance.
77;/?.j/Ä ai;
T.he teiins pieaeribou by the decree are:—One
fourth of the purchase money cash on the day of.
sale: the balance in one. two and three years^
the deferred payments to be secured bv* bond
with approved security, bearing interest from daj
ut sale. 1 HI LEMON T. KENN A HD. *
Win. (C Rathell, Auctioneer. Xnifttee.
August 2'2-ts.
BAUGH'S -
COMMERCIAL MANURES.
ON EVERY
PACKAGE
BAUGH & SONS, Philada
XOirpn WKSTEltX FKllTILISUXa Co.
OliipqgQ^
Sole Manufacturers.
PRICES.
BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE,
§•*>(1 per liOOO pounds.
BAUG1J.S CHICAGO BONE FERTILIZER,
^■)0 por'ÎÎOOD pounds.
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BLOOD M^Nj.:^
^")0 per Ü00Ü pounds.
The above Manures are furnished in both hagq
and barrels, whichever customers perfer.
hags are uniform in weight loo pounds.
The
The attention of Farmers is especially directed
to the fact that the sources of the Raw Matcriuf
of which tl.e abov'» Majmrcs arc composed,
so well ijjidVr cAjlfrol that We Vain 'ftiWifcih t/ïem
of strictly uiiiform quality and eonditiRh/'Àiiff
that they contain a larger percentage' of'Ammo
in than any ptljer class of map'hJactÛ^tf '' Ü 111 -
' the' 11111 rhet,
BAUGH k SONS,
20 S. Delaware Avenue,
PlIILAJPKJ.l'ill A.
North Western Efrtii.izim; Co.,
Cor. Lake à Lasalle Sts.
Chicago.
Baugh's Commercial Manures may bo
procured from .jealers in any of the principal'
towns in' the'C7 hi tied Htatcs or Dominion of.Canada.
June 20—4m * ,rn ' ' 11 " T * •
PERSIAN HEALING
OR
PI N II TA R SOAR
^OR the Toilet tills Soap has no equal. It
preserves the complexion fair, the skill
soft, ilexihle am] JieaJ'tJiy. It removes all Daml
ruff, preserves'the 'hail* soft ah.q' {Ijlkÿ, a'.ij Miv
vents it from falling off'or prematurely turmdg
grey. It will positively cure Dimples'
• Chapped Hands, Salt Rheum,
Frosted Feet, Burns, Fresh Cuts or Wounds of.
all kinds, all Diseases of the Scalp and SkiJU
It is no humbug. Price only 25 cents per
cake. Ask vour Druggist and Grocer for it.
G. B. THOMPSON, Oil Merchant, Southwest
corner Second and Market Streets, Wilmington,
Sole Agent for iA-JavrfÀ. * -
lm. " *'■ " r v *' ,v
! :
the
A I
Middletown Carriage Works.
ESTAIJI.ISIIKD IN 1830
.1. HI. t'jlX & iniö., Propi'ietors.
W E keej» constantly on hand anil manufac
ture to order Carriages of the latest styles
the best
an4 finished i
bone fnu prsl-elass
best material.
Repairing executed with neatness and
despatch.
All work warranted.
armer, as we employ
workmen and uje only the
Jan 4 —tf
GOAL! GOAL ! ! GOAL!!}
O NE HUNDRED TONS of the celebrated "SU
GAR NOTCH" LEHIGH QÔAfe now tin
loading at New ( astie. and will be rftjdy for
livery on Monday next, the 17th insfaiit. The
continued strikes in the mining regions have al
ready advanced the Price of Coal, and give
promise of High Rates the coming season. N >„
is the time, jht*j*efore, for Consn nu r« to jay iA À
sidM'iy. '• *' E. it'. Evans, w '
Aug. 15—tf Middletown, Del.
NOTICE.
LTAVING disposed of my Drug Store to Dr.
J-Jj- Geo. G. (.UianibeHniue. all persons having
claims against me, 'will calj upon him for pay
ment ; and those indebted to me will'tttèa&fmhjrç
immediate par ment to him.
II. RICHMOND CHAMBERLAINE.
Sept. 5—4t : ''
FOR SALE.
S OUTHDOWN EWES, DOCKS, and DUCK
».AMDS. ' ■ • K
CHESTER» HITE PIGS,
Stork.'
Also HONG KONG,
GEESE. Apply to
from Premium
... DROWN CHINA
11. H HODGSON, T
Lewisville.
Chester Co. Pa.
Aug. J9—lmo.*
NOTICE.
A LL persons indebted to me arc requested to
settle their bills on i r befor the first of Oe^
t ober, as I shall be compelled to do a striit'y
Cash business after that date.
Sept. 19—4t.
J
C. E. ANDERSON.

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