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$hc épliddlftoiun Süranfici'iÿt
.«• . PUBLISHED if CRY
BY HENRY V AND BUFORD*
fäl" Office corner Main and Scott streets, over
P,, Ls Dunning's Book and Variety Store.
Terms.—$ 2.00 per annum, payable in advance.
jingle copies five cents.
Advkrtminu Rates.—O ne square of ten lines,
31 for the first insertion and 25 cents for each
subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
six months $0. For a quarter of a column three
months $8 ; six tnouhts $15
privilege of four changes. $2
Fractions of a square to Vie counted us u
square. When the number of insertions is not
marked, advertisements will be continued until
.Cprbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates; Marriages and
I tenths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
.confine their advertisements to their own business.
J&r- All letters should lie address ed lo The
Midui.ktown Tkanbcuipt, Middletown, Del.
year, with the
for half a column
at
A
In the Episcopal Convention in New
York, Monday, consent was given for the
■erection of the Eastern Shore of Maryland,
cast of the Chesapeake Bay and the Sus
quehanna, into a «eperate diocese.
MIDDLETOWN HOTEL.
JOSEPH H. WALKER, Proprlrtor.
H AVING succeeded Mr. L. R. Davis, in the
proprietorship of this well known, long cs
hed, and popular establishment, the presen
»proprietor will spare no pains to insure the c
•fort of his guests, and make his hous \ as hereto
fore. the favorite resort of the traveling public.
A well filled larder, a well furnished table; coni
fartablc and airy apartments ; the choicest brands
.of Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco : with a deter
mination to render the fullest satisfaction, com
bined with attentive wai ers. reliable hostlers,
.and moderate charges, will, he feels as
.cure to him a continuance of the liberal patron
.age heretofore bestowed upon the establishment.
Accommodation for Drovers and Dealers in
Horses and Mules
.era! share of the public patronage is respectfully
JOSEPH H. WALKER, '
Successor to L. R. Davis.
ttablis
at
a
Iwavs be secured.
A lib
.solicited,
(let. 17—1 y
JOHN FULLMER,
;
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
HOOTS AND SHOES,
i
No. 40« Market Street,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE.
ffSB *Particular Attention Paid to Custom Work.
Oct. 17—tf
AUCTION SALE,
AT
LYDIA V. CANNON'S
(On Saturday, Oct, 24th, at 2 o'clock l*. AI.
KlgNSISTING of Hats. Bonnets. Dress Trim
«, and other articles. Stoves, (.'hairs,
iBiid other Household and Kitchen goods.
Get. 17—2 w
c
•LOOK AT THIS! ! !
] ,000 V
bs of lien
Hams Sid
, consisting of
lid Sliouhhrs.
Rue
V lairge lot of Mackerel and Herring
. rcls, half-barrels, and kills
Imr
b) (ma Lbs. of Rock Salt i
** jVJ A" V/ ing from 25 to 1
A) Lbs of New and Old Tar Rope, for
voT jVm/v/ tying Corn Fodder.
2.000 S
1.000 l»ead ill 12L
lumps
veigli
. of Duiicnnnon Nails, by the
or pound.
I s. of .lohn T. Lewis' Pure White
50, and 100 pound
Kegs.
lOO galls of the best Lin*
?d Oil,
All ot which will be sold for the lowest nett
Cash prices, for Cash.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS A »SONS.
-tf
Oet. ID
A F ABM FOR SALE.
fl^IIK undersigned wi
1 sale a Farm lyiug o
ill dispose of at private
Chester River contain
IlKf
1H« Acres, 2 Roods, & 11 Perches.
adjoining the lands of W. T. Spry
n.iiii, Esq. There are Five Fields, iindrr fair or
dinary fencing. The soil is good and prod
.1 J. X. Now
ell ; a small jioriion is adapted to the
raising of vegetables, Ac. Clover grows finely.
a good OiK-.Ston Frame,
in good condition, with two rooms below niai
two above. A good Kitchen is attached.
There is a Stable, Corn House, and Granary ;
also, a sufficiency of wood for the fa
lies near Chcsterville, and is convenient to
Schools. Churches and daily Mail.
Mr. Thomas A. Meredith, who resides on the
. will show it to whoever may call.
TERMS are One-fourth ('ash—Two-fifths of the
balance on the 1st day of January, 1870—Onc
half of the residue
and the balance <>i
K r ;
The l)WKLLIN(
f.
Tin
the 1st of January, 1871—
the 1st of January, 1872.
GEORGE VICKERS, '
Agent k Att'y for Tlios. A. Meredith.
Clicstertown, October 10, 1868—3w
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
P
Y virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of
Kent county as a Court of equity, the under
igned, as Trustee, will exjiose to public sale to
e highest bidder, on
SATURDAY,
The Ticcnty-fourth day of Oct niter, 1868,
at three o'cloek. P. M. at the Hotel of Mr. John
Pennington, in Galena, a
TW0-ST0KY FRAME HOUSE,
.in Galena, adjoining the Odd-Fellows Hall,
the Main street. The lowe
part is occupied ln
Mr. J. N. Peacock. There is an Uvster Saloon i'
the basement.
Mr. Thus. O. Gooding occupies
the second story. The property formerly belonged
to the late Win. O. Gooding, and will be sold
clear of dower.
The terms of sale as prescribed by Decree are, a
credit of six, twelve and eighteen niontliB from the
[day of sale, payable in three equal instalments,
and to be secured by the bond of the purchaser,
with security to be ajjproved by the Trustee.
GEORGE VICKERS, Trustee.
Che8tertown, Oct. 10, 1868—ts.
.
MIDDLETOWN ACADEMY.
^I^HIS Institution will open its next session
X October 5th, under the direction of
WARREN I. HICKS. A. B. \ „
HUDSON A. WOOD, A. B.
assisted by
Mrs. GENIE H. HICKS and Mrs. MARY WOOD.
-Tuition per Quarter of 12 weeks, payable at the
^middle of each Term :
Small Scholars in First Lessons.
Primary. Department..
Academical Department...
Classical Department.
Instrumental Music.
.Vocal Music...
U«e of Piano.
Germau and French (each extra).
'Board jht annum, including tuition
wood, lights, and washing.220 00.
Jfor further particulars address the Principals,
Middle«**De law à re.
.$ 5 00.
... 8 00.
...11 00 .
...15 00.
...12 00 .
,....2 00 .
....2 00 .
....2 00 .
Oct. a—II
HOUSE AND LOT
For Hale.
W ILL be exposed to public sale at the Hotel
Porch of Mr. John Pcnniugtou, in Galena,
On Saturday, the l lAth of October, 1868,
at half-past two o'clock, P. M, all that
the
TW0-ST0RY DWELLING AND
Store House
I,
Kent county, Md. now oceu
at Locust Grove, i
pied by Messrs. Beaston k livrons, adjoining the
lands of Mrs. Johnson and others.
Grocery Room attached to the store.
A Stable, Carriage House, and Meat House
premises. The Buildings are new and in good
order. There is a pump of excellent water in the
The garden is fenced, and a lane ex
tends to the stable.
This Village is said to bean excellent location
for mercantile business. Possession given ou the
first of January next.
The terms of sale are, one-third cash or in sixty
days—balance in six, twelve and eighteen months
from the first day of January next, to he secured.
GEORGE VICKERS,
Agent and Att'y for R. P. Stewart.
Clicstcrtown, Oct, 10, 1808»— ts.
There i
the
ets,
Ii
We
HOUSES AND LOT
FOR S ALE.
of
B Y VIRTUE of authority from William Mat
thews. the owner, the undersigned will ex
pose to public sale to the highest bidder, on
Saturday , the 2 4th day of October, 1868.
at the Hotel Porch of Mr. John Pennington,
Galena, at half-past three o'clock. P. M. the
in
DWELLING HOUSE
at Locust Grove, occupied by Mr. W. Matthews :
a story and a half high, two rooms and a shed
room below and two above. Also, a
STORE HOUSE
near, in which Mr. Matthews is merchandising,
with a new Storing room attached. Also, a tem
porary Stable. The lot contains about or ue?ir
an Acre.
Locust Grove is becoming a place of business—
there being a number of Dwelling Houses, Smith
ml Cartwright Shop. School House, kc. Jt is
said to he n good stand for mercantile business.
THE TERMS OF SALE are, one-lmlf cash, or
in sixty days: balance in six and twelve months
from the first day of January next ; to be secured
the bond of the purchaser with approved secu
rity. Title good, and possession to be given the
; first day of Jauuary next.
J
i
GEORGE VICKERS,
Agent and Attorney.
ia
Clicstertown, Oct. 10, 1868—ts.
Delaware Rail Road Line.
Fall Arrangement.
O n p.û
d after MONDAY. October 5th, 1863,
follows, until
»seliger Trains will
lurther notice :
1
AM. Tit AIN K SUNDAYS KXCKI'TKD.
NORTH.
22
Lei
*e Crisfield,
Marion,
Kingston,
Westover,
Prill. A
Eden
Fork town
.Salisbury
Delumr
Laurel
Sea lord
Hrldgeville
rood
Farmingtoi
Harrington
Felton
7 00 A. M.
7 40
8 05
8 30
i) 10
λ 40
10 00
10 30
10 45
11 30
11 50
12 00 M.
12 15 I'. M.
12 35
12 50
at
Grec
7 00 A . M.
7 15
7 20
7 20
1*1 v
mtli
00
Canterb
Wil. Gr
Camden
1 00
>*y
05
1 15
Do v<
7 50
8 05
8 10
8 05
H 20
1 30
Moorton
Rreuford
»Smyrna
1 45
h
1 50 ** j.
2 05 N
2 10
2 20
2 30
.Sassafras R'd
8
Blackbird
send
Middictq'ii
Mt Pleasant
»'-it Georges
8 3?
H 40
ft no
ft 10
V '-'5
0
Ï 45
If Ä9
3 10
3 25
3 45
4 05
5 40 ILM.
8 10 "
Re?
" New Cagtle
Arrive Wil in.
" Philad a
" Baltimore
0 55
10 15
1 45 A. M.
1 15 P. M.
;
»SOUTH.
I.e ive Philad'n
8 30 a.m.
00 I*. M
" Raltim«
7
" Wilm
" New Castle
" Rear
" St Georges
" Mt Pleasant
" Middletown,
" Townsend
" Blackbird
" »Sassafras
" Clayton
Arrive Smyrna
Leave Brentmd
" Moorton
" Dover
" ('aindcn
" Wil. Grove
" Canterbury
" Plymouth
" Felton
" Harrington
" F
" Greenwood
" Rridgpville
" »Seaford
" Laurel
" Delniar
" ^alitfhury
" Forktown
10 ]o
1 <> .10
10 50
6
», I
7 oo
7 If.
7.30
f 50
H no
8 05
00
n in
1 35
ll 45
11 5»
12 00 si.
12 or. p, v. h ao
12 15
8 15
8 30
10
8 25
1!
so
8 35
12 4Ü
12 50
1 (|5
» I»
8 55
1) 05
P !D
0 20
0 30
0 45 p. m .
10
1 20
of
to
1 40
ingtoii
1 55
2 05
2 15
2 35
2 55
3 10
3 45
4 10
4 30
" Ede
" Prin. Anne
" M'etjtpver
" Kingston
" Marion
Arrive Crisfield
5 15
f. 40
6 00
6 20
6 45 I». M.
ln
i'
a
the
Also, Freight Trains with Passenger Car at
tached, will leave Wilmington about 4 00 A. M.
New Castle, 4 50, Middletowji, 40, Claytpn,
7 30, Dover, 8 50, Camden, 0 J0, Felton, 10 05,
and be due at Harrington about 10 30 A. M.
Returning, to leave Harrington about 3 20 P. m!
Felton, 4 00 Camden, 5 05. Dover, 5 35, Moor
ton, 5 55, Clayton, fi 2|i, Middleiown, 7 40, New
castle, 9 20, and be due at Wilmingtpn, about
9 50 P. M. Subject to delays incident to Freight
Business. This train will stop to take up Pass
engers only at Stations named, but will set down
Passengers at any stoj»ping place, except Hare's
Corner, State Rond, Del. Junction and Dupont.
Nfw Ca8TI^k Tuainr,L eave New CnBtle for
Wilmington and Philadelphia af 7 40 A. M.—
Leave Philadeljihia 11 45 A. M., and VYilming
1 00 P. M. for New Castle.
»Smyrna Branch Trains. —Additional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 11 M.
and 8 10 P. M. Leave Claytpji fuj- Smyrna,
8 40 A. M. and 2.10 P. ÄI. to make connection
with trains to and from Dover, and Stations
South.
Steamboat Trains heretofore run are with
drawn. A Boat will, how'oyer, leave Crisfield
for Norfolk, ip connection with Lpcal Train,
Tuesday, Thursaaÿ and Saturday Evenings.
K. Q. SEWELL,
dngcriuteudent Delaware '{C Jl.
the
April Ig.
PABBAGE.
^,000 HEADS F<
Oct. 10—3t
Sale. Apply to
G. J(1llN»SON'
* Middletown, Del
NEW GOODSW.M,
AT
REDUCED PRICES.
NAUDAIN & BROTHER,
are opening a fresh stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Being purchased since the fall in many kinds of
the same. Being bought for ('ash, and from first
.* avoid the second
i pally—hence
hands, pri
profit of the jublier and intend giving the advan
tage to our liberal friends.
Uur stock consists of Merinoes, blk. col'd Al
pacas, Wool Poplins, Wool de. Laities. Good
assortment of Prints, Cotton and Wool Flannels,
I, 1}, 21 Bleach'd and Bro. Muslin, Balmoral
.Skirts, .Shawls and Hoods, Ladies Vests. Gents
Knit »Shirts and Drawers, Wfiituand Col d Blank
ets,
1IATS AND CAPS, DRUGGETS,
CARPET AND OILCLOTHS,
Painted Window Shades,
GLOVES, HOSIERIES, AND
FANCY GOODS.
a first class country
fact, anything kept i
Ii
store.
We call particular attention to our fine stock of
Over-Coatings, Cloths & Oassimeres,
which we make a Speciality.
Receiving from the Manufacturers, Ladies'
Misses, mid Children's Shoes, Gents sewed and
pegged, double upper and sole, Calf Boots, Men's
heavy, w inter Boots A-Shoes, that we have made
of the best material ; and guarantee satisfaction.
MACKERE' , SIIAD, AND IlfCIlillNG
Liberal discount for cash, and show Goods with
pleasure.
llun<l.
A tl lVilX & IIBO.
Middletown.
Oct. 10—ly
NEW GOODS!!
FOR THE FALL TRADE
AT
Oliarles T. Stratton's,
ODESSA, DEL.
U8T received a splendid line of Fall Goods,
and for sale at STRATTON'S STORE, in
J
ODESSA.
Look at the Prices.
Appleton "A" Muslin, the .best unbleached
ia the market, full yard wide at 17 cents.
Waltham unbleached double fold full
wide at 17$ eta. at
1 yard«
C. T. STRATTON'S.
Augusta Muslin, very heavy. 1 vnrd wide, 1C
rents, at * C. T. STRATTON S.
I and 1 yard wide Muslin at 8, 10, 11, 12, 13
aud 14 cents per yard, at
C. T. STRATTON S
Large lot of good Prints, selling off at 10 and
cts per yard, at
C. T. STRATTON S,
1
Pacific Delaines and Armure, selling at 80 and
22 cents per yard at
Poplins. Alpacas nil colors, selling fop 3J cfs.
per yard at ('. T. »STRATTON'S.
C. ?. STRATTON'S.
Heavy Kersey, made ii
per yard, ut
I Delaware, for 85
('. T. .STRATTON S.
nts
Monsons Sattinett, vor v good for 60 ets at
L\ T. STRATTON'S.
Good Jeans and Farmers Cas. for boyg'
at 20, 2fi, and 30 cents per vnrd. at
('. T. STRATTON'S.
year
Hoop Skirts, fashionable and good
35 springs, for 88 cents at
30 and
('. T. STRATTON'S.
Oil Cloth, full yard wide, as good ns
the market for 75 cepts ja r vnrd, at
('. T. »STRATTON'S.
Flo
GROCERIES.
White .Sugar,
Light Bro. "
Coffee,
Grain Coffee,
Best
Port Rico Molasses,
Fair
16 cts. j>er lb.
14 " " "
12 J "
25 "
28 "
80 "
50 "
do
" gal.
Mess 1'ork, 18 cents jier lb. The best
Sugar cured Hams, 25 cents, for sale at
C. T. STRATTON'S.
at
IVn
Si'kcial Attention is oivkn to
READY MADE CLOTHING.
We have a large assortment ; Full suit as low
as six Dollars, all sizes.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Very Cheap.
Guaranteed to bp sold 4» low
retailers,
by tlje city
HATS AND CAPS
At Jobbers prices, ns we get them from the
nmnqfaetnrer. Call and examine aud be e
vinced.
CHARLES T. STRATTON.
Oiikspa, Del
October 3—ly.
THIS
IS A PERSONAL
INVITATION
TO TH« CITIZENS OF
Middletown and Vicinity,
To call and examine our large
and attractive stock of
FALL GOODS
NOW OPENING,
9
TVhjch wfll be eojd at
small fidyancp oji the Post,
a very
FOR CAS H.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
JOIiy A. REYNOLDS k SONS.
Oct. 10—tf
KENNARD,
3 0 6
MARKET STREET,
AY 7- ilmington, Delaware.
ONE PRICE ONLY!
NO DEVIATION.
W. M. KENNARD
?
No. 300 MARKET STREET,
WlMMIxYGTOIV,
Oders to the Buying Public a
large and attractive assort
ment of
FALL GOODS
Selected with great care among
the best and largest Import
ers of New York and Phil
adelphia, and at the
Lowest Prices Ruling This Season !
Believing the secret of increa
sing business to he in
LOW PRICES,
We shall,
in addition to the
large assortment presented
to Buyers, offer out
goods as lows as can
be purchased in
any market.
Tho principle on which busU
noss is conducted in this estab
lishment is the best for all con
cerned, viz :
ONE PRICE;
ADVANTAGE DERIVED:
Lews time spent in dealing; no
one paying more than an
other, and the certain
ty of getting goods
at the
LOWEST PRICES.
It being absolutely necessary to
mark all goods very low so as
to meet those who fall in
prices when asked.
Immense Stock of Domestic
Goods at wholesale prices by the
piece, and a very small advance
by the yard.
Cloth and Cassimere Department,
FULL AND COMPLETE.
FLANNELS, IN EVERY VARIETY.
DRESS GOODS, SILK AND SU A WL
DEPARTMENT
Contains a large and fine assort
ment of
FlHE,IHEDIi;m VYI> LOW PRICE
GOODS.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES,
DOOR MATTS, &C. &C.
All at the lowest New Yorlç pri
ces.
*
s ^ §
W. M. KENNARD,
306
MARKET STREET.
waMiiaiTos,
DELAWARE.
Pft.
tii u is wo
R
MANURE
SO PERMANENT AS
tJCS^RAW DONER,
FROM WHICH IS MADE
WIIÂNN'S
RAW BONE Super-Phosphate,
A
w
B
Warranted Perfectly Pitre and Free
from Adulteration.
an excellent Fertilizer by
years of constant use, and highly recom
mended by all who have used it us
Established
O
'A Great Crop Producer.
N
AND PERMANENT MPllOVEIL OP THE SOIL.
Every Fur nur Should Use It.
71 IFOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
I
4 I
WAf/TON, W1IANN & CO.
MANUFACTURERS,
Wilmington, Del.
E. T. EVANS, Agent,
.Middletown, Del.
S
Feb 15—ly
BAUGH'S
COMMERCIAL MANURES.
MkRK
PACKAGE.
ON EVERY
BAUGH & SONS, Philada.
AND
NORTH WESTERN FERTILIZING Co.
Gliiongo,
Sole Manufacturers.
PRICES.
BAUGH'S RAW HONE PHOSPHATE,
$:>6 per 2000 pounds,
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE FERTILISER,
$'>0 per If>00 pound»,
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BLOOD MANURE,
$•'>0 per 2000 pounds.
The nltove Manures are furnished in hnth
and barrels, whichever customers perfer. The
bags are uniform in weight 160 pounds.
The attention pf Palmers i^ espceiallv fectod
to the fact that the sol re.es of tin* Raw Material
of which the above Milium
so well under control flint
of strictly uniform quality
that they contain a
nia than any other class of
nures in the market.
are composed,
; can furnish them
dition,
lafger iicrcentage of auimo
sniifactured ma
• l e
ml
BAUGH k SONS
20 S. Dcluw:
Avenue,
PlIIl.ADKM'IIIA.
North Western Ekrtili/.ino Co.,
Coir. Lake k Lasallc »Sts.
Chicago.
#©■• Raugh'h Commercial Masures may be
procured from dealers in
towns iu the United Suites or Dominion of Canada.
June 2Q—4111
y of the principal
REGISTER'S NOTICE.
R EGISTER'S OFFICE.
New Castle County, September 10, 1868.
Upon the application of Rachel Mifflin, Admin
istratrix of Jacob B. Mifflin, late of Saint Georges
Hundred, iu said County, deceased ; it Is ordered
and directed by the Rfcr.isTBB tlpif tpe Adminis
tratrix aforesaid, give notice of the gpijjting of
Letters of Administra ion upon the Estate of the
deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by
causing advertisements to be jiosted within forty
days from the date of such Letters, in six of the
most public jilaces of the County of New Castle,
requiring all j arsons having demands ugainst
the Estate, to present the same, or abide by ah
Act of Assembly in spell ease made and provided.
And also cause the same to be inserted within
me j)#if»d in (lie Dm .aware Gazette, a
newspaper published) in Wilmington, and the
Midiii.ktown Thanhguikt, jiublished in Middle
town, and to be continued therein two months.
, /—•. Given limier the hand and Seal ofOf
< L. s. v fice of the Register aforesaid, at New
1 -' * Castle, in Xftw Castle County aforesaid,
the day and year above written.
the
R. C. FRALM, Register.
NOTICE.—.All perpons having claims against
the Estate of the deceased must ju esent the same
duly attested to the Administratrix on or before
Sejitcmber 17th, I860, or abide the Act of Assem
bly in such case made and provided.
RACHEL MIFFLIN,
Administratrix.
A ddresscaMc Dono ugh, Del.
»Sept. 2fi-2m
FOR SALE.
A Farm in Queen Anne's County,
contaIining ahout
248 ACBE8,
1 7M1RMERLY the jlropertv of John Hendrick's
. heirs, at present occupied by Mr. Thomas
Capt. Robinson
half miles from
Vansant, adjoining the lands of
and others, about three and a
Cruiqptprj and Church Hill, and about two and
a half miles frpm a Public Landing. One-third
in WOOD AND TIMBER.
There is a
DWELLING,
Kitchen, Barn, Meat Htmae. Poultry
House, and Dairy,
A Well of good Water in the yard.
About 1900 Peach Trees,
FIVE YEARS OLD.
TERMS.
One-third cash, or by the 26th of December
next ; balance in three equal annual instalments.
Interest ftpm the drat pf January qext; to he
secured by bond with security. Possession 1st.
January next. GEQRQK VIOKERS,
Agent and alltofney for Mrs. Rhoda Riley!
Sept. 26—3t.
NOTICE.
M RS. S. M. HATCH intending (o leaving Mid
dlgtpjyn, requests all persons indebted to
her to spttlc their accounts. All Bill reyqaiping
unsettled on the 2011» of Octobçp, '^ ill be placed
officer's handt* for cpllpctiop.
Oct. 10—2 w*.
î»
FOR SALE.
Yoke of large young OXEN tobe disposed
of for want of use. Apply to
Oct. 3—tf.
A
WM. GREEN.
Middlotuun, I>cl.
SEWING MACHINES.
WILCOX &CIRRS'
TWISTED LOttP^STITCH
FAMILY sewing machines,
THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
1M THE WORLD.
OBVIOUS REASONS WHY THE
WILCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines
ARE BECOMING SO POPULAR:
they make the ** Twihtkh
Loop-Stitcu," which is the most Beautiful, Elast
ic, und Durable Stitch knowu.
SECOND, Because they are adapted to the
Greatest Range of Work, and will use either Cot
ton, Silk, or Linen Thread successfully.
THIRD, Because they arc Perfectly Simple in
their Construction ; and will Hem, Fell, Slitcli,
Bind, Cord, Tuck, Gather, and Embroider, in
the most perfect manner.
FOURTH, Because they use but One Spool,
and are found Competent when all others Fail.
FIRST, Bee;
H*dfl4 m»l
Rend the following Statement*
Comme nilntlouH of Intll vlilunl* mid of file
Prrn In Regard to tlic
WILCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines.
From the Superintendant of the Penn
sylvania Central Railroad.
ALTOONA. I'u. Sept 14, 1865.
Sewing Machines has been used i
my fnnply fpr several years. F
nieehapiiia) acpgmpy pf upustrpctipi), 1 have seen
no Sewing Machine equal to it. The speed and
correctness with which it does its work
hie. It has given and continues to give us entire
satisfaction. ENOCH LEWIS.
One of v
simplicity and
DOVER. Sept. 12th, 16X5.
it : —llav
vitli your
Mttiers. WUcox .V (Jdths .— (Itnthi
ing had eighteen months' experience
Family Sewing Machine, 1 take pleasure in
ing that it has given perfect satisfaction. It has
been the means of selling several in
(), y. BURTON.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Jan. 2t»tli 1X50.—
•*Tlic simplicity and accuracy of its mechanism
prevent its dropping stitches, to which many oth
er machines are liable, and which has hitherto
brought the ''chain stitch" into disrepute
cannot but admire the beauty und uccurac
movements, aud the entire absence of nil noise,
even when running at the rate of 20(H) stitches
and upward per minute. This alone must prove
a great recommendation to it. Another merit is
the good workmanship,
tcrelmngeahle, so that iu the event of accident to
the machine, any part can be replaced, at a tri
fling cost. It is, indeed, a
i household necessity !"
this locality.
One
of its
ado in
The pai ls arc
'mechanical wonder
PHILADELPHIA PRESS, i860.—"The
hieh h is attended the intro
jmralleled suce
duction of the Wilcox k Gibbs .Sewing Machine
is n sure guarantee of its
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REFERENCES.
The following are names of persons inr this
neighborhood, whom we give ns references, who
have had the Wilcox k Gibbs .Sewing Machines
in use for some time:
Misses Rlaekiston.
Mrs. William Green.
Mrs. J. B. Clarkson.
Mrs. |i. \. Cochran, Jf.jMrs. fcj. M. Reynolds.
Mrs. Benj. Armstrong.
Mrs. T. S. Bowers.
Mrs. H. Vanderford.
CASH PRICES.
No. 1. Ornamental Irpp Stapd, Wf6lHH
Top, (oiled.) with Hemmer and Feh
ler,
No. 2. On Ornamental Iron »Stand, Walnut
Top, with Drawer and Lock,
No. 3. On Ornamcmtal Iron »Stand, with
Polished Mahogany or Walnut Top
and Drawer, with Hemmer and Fel
$55
5G
1er.
58
No. 4. Walnut Half false, (oiled,) fiifjj
Hemmer and Feller,
No. 5. Extr^i Hall ( '.u,;.
Box. Hemmer und Feller,
No. 6. Walnut Hulf (.'use, (oiled,) with
Fancy Work Box, Hemmer and
Feller,
No. 7. Mahogany Half Case, (Polished,)
with Hemmer and Feller,
No. 8. Full Cabinet-Case, Mahogany or
Waluut with Hemmer and Feller,
65
■ l jyith Wqrk
68
10
16
100
Those wishipg a first clngg £pg mg'Machine,
vould 4ft 4tP.4!l aprt gxamine live
Wilcox & Gibbs
TWISTED LOOP-STITCH
FAMILY SEWING MAOHlSfJdS,
. TLY ON
CONSTAN
HAND
SALE
AND FOR
BY
JOHN A. REYNOLDS k SONS,
Middletown, Del.
August 15 —ly
ODESSA NUR SERIES.
rpiIE proprietors offer for Hale, for Fall plait t
-L ing of \H68 or Spring of 14(19,
7t\OQO "Peach Trees*
çjÇ- the lending
Market and Family Varieties.
• 200,000 SMALL, FlU'tT PLANTS
coiisistiiij. of thi' fyttft\\(tyE :
STUAWHKR^^,
KASPHERRTES,
BLACKBERRIES,
ftUflSEHKKWKS
PVR^^TO, AND GRAPE V^$ä.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS,
300,000 OSAGE ORANGE WICKS,
0$e afld Tw a Years Old,
AI.SO
EARLY ROSE, HARRISON, ANE)
E^ILY yu,yl>pipn POTATOES?
' W«.
Or tu WM. B. CROFT.
Apply t H
Sept. 20, 1808.
HENDRICKSON & TH0MPSQJL
MILI^WS-I.CIPm
Aggntg f^(i Burnham's Improved
TURBINE
WAT ID IFWHEELR.
4 LL Orders for any Branch of the Business
A. will receive prompt attention if addressed
t Ud4l\\\\YSTO\YN t
Salem County. S. J.
lo
Sept. 26—tf.
THE ADVANTAGES OFFERED
BY T1|K
National Life Insurance Company
OF THE UNITED STATES,
ARE :
l
It is a Natjonal Oqtnniny, \yMh IX P'' r t K '* u,, l
('hayipr, grnptyj by Ml.iPuM! AG «♦* ('PllgP^i
ii.
It affords the Security of a Paid-up Capital of
One Million Dollars, with the privilege uf in
creasing it to an unlimited amount.
III.
It offers Lo\e (fatrf of pp-iniiqn.
The policy-holder ip t||p jiatjpiptl Lifts iil^Ts
ance Company secures A»/ coptfarj g imiPM'H
of Insurance for a premium much lower th»i|i
that of Mutual Companies.
IV.
It furnishes larger than apy other (hm?
panics fo^. thf piffle fflofjtu.
For instance, a person aged $0, by payipg aq
al preiniptq of Slt^.fiO, rag «(^.ftre a pplicy
Mjfljml Ijifp Insurance Company fop
$10.000; Wb'li* W'th tbc name premium lie eaq
secure only 081.80 ip a (.'pinimnv piy thp Mus
tual Plan.
in the N
V ;
It i> Definite and Orrtain.
There is i
agents, or
It makes
possibility of misrepresciitatipp by
misunderstanding by policy holders,
i plai;; ppntroct—so miudi insurance
for
■»mull nUmcy.
VI.
// hoe a flot
Company i
The ngqjey pit! for premiums life ip vested iq
the sectiuq n liefe fppejved,
'try locality.
vu.
It» Polie te» arc Xegotiobfc.
By the Charter of the Company, certificates op
obligations may be issued, agreeing to purchase its
policies at their value, which when accompanied
by the policy duly assigned or trapsfered, arc
negotiable, and itiay be used os collateral sypg:
rity, in making loans from the ('ppiuapy or frog)
other parties.
VIII.
Its polintct me exempt from AU'trhffltyf.
By the Charter it is enacted, "That any jiol s
icy 'taken out in favor of a wife, child, relative
.»r oilier j>ersons having an interest in the life of
lie insured shall pot be liable to
creditors of the person so insured.
sei^tjre by vl)P
IX.
There are tu» Unnecessary Restrictions in the policy.
The insured are not restricted from residence
in any part of the UniteJ States pr British Pro\ s
inces, or in Kuroj>e iq tinje pf peiicpj excepting
that an exipa fatp will bp plpifged fpr rcsidem»
for a ImigPf pM-ipd tli*»»l Hljrty Jay§, between thp
1st pf July and the 1st of Novepjbpj;, in that |>orT
tior) pf the United »States lying witlpp sixty inilcs
of tfie Atlantic Oeeau, the Gulf of Mexico*, or of
the Mjssissi|»|»i or Red Rivers, sputl) of the nar 3
allp| pt 36° North («altitude.
fhdieiti a^e Afotirllrfeitiny.
Every policy issued by the Cgmpafty eofj}a}|jg
a guarantee of a paid-up jioliuy tor a p»>Mp»)Pz
tionate amount.
XL
Anfiual \ddition to the Policies of One
It makes
Hundred Per Centum of the premiupt Paid.
Policies i^ued pijderTables iy. V. ngd VI. in«
crease at the beginning pf CVPfy yw»r by jqst |hp
amount of premium jjaid.
XII.
It ftays to the Insured. during Life,
Annual fn~
of One-Tenth the Amount named ip the
Policy .
A party insuring upon the Income-producing
Flan ( UR'hi X.) w»R 4f"W "II "l|«inal i|»W>n)C
onertenth the amount named in the |<uit»iy 4 uftejr
ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty-five or thirty years,
according to the kind of Policy taken.
The full amount of the Policy will be paid Al
death, whenever that event occures.
't
No charge is mmjc fpr PplR>y Fee, ÄMfflp 8 Pf
Medic il Examination,
XIV.
No Extra Rate is charged for Risks «pop >[email protected]
Lives of Females.
IN M IT U K
IN TilK
National Life Insurance Company
or thk
UNITED STATES Of YNJEJUf A,
#*1" Active and rclialdc Agent* ^apted iq
every locnlit.v.
Woolston Æç öe,
No, 2 Kabt Third Strbrt,
WILMINGTON, PEL,
September 19—lm.
BOOT & SHOE MAKINO-,
J AMES H; res|>ectfully informs the
public that he has ta^pp tfip »Shop at the corr
ner of Broad and LaKp stfpets, nearly opposite
the Academy, in Minm.
to mapufacturc Boots and Shoes to order. Spe*
citil attention given to repairing, apa all work
finished pith ppptppSli upd dpsnatch. He
spectfully solicits a share of the public patronage.
*N, and is prepared
Instruction on the Piano.
M ISS N. M. WRIGHT, Middletown, Delnr
ware. Teacher of Music on the Piano, will ,
attend to Pupils at their own or her reside ice}
Ternis moderate. Sej^. 1 ?

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