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PUBLISHED BTJIRT SATURDAT,
BY HENRY V ANDERFORD.
ßST Office corner Main and Scott streets, over
P, L. Dunning's Hook and Variety Store.
Tirs», —$2.00 per Autium , payable in advance,
(Single copies five cents.
Advkrtisinu Rathi.—O ne square of ten lines,
»1 for the first insertion and 25 cents for euch
subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
„ pi* months $6. For a quarter of a column three
pionths $8 ; six monhts $15 ; one year, with the
privilege of four changes, $25; for half a column
$50, Entêtions of a square to be counted as a
square. When the number of insertions is not
(narked, advertisements will be coutinucd until
fbfMi and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates ; Marringes and
Deaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
confine theif Advertisements to their own business.
ß&f* All letters should be address ed to Thk
J flODutTOWK Teaxsckipt, Middletown, Del.
A Michigan farmer has husked 100
bushels of corn in eight hours, and
*25 premium.
won
WINTER GOODS!!
WINTER GOODS!!!
W E would respectfully announce to our cus
tomers and the public generally that we
*re now opening one or the largest and
Best Selected Assortments of
WINTER GOODS.
Kver before brought to this market, consisting in
part as follows :
IIEA VY MO8CO IF<f CANTONBFA VER,
JIEA VY FROSTED BE A V ER,
BLA CK ENOLISTIand FR ENCII
DOESKIN OASSIMURES.
FANCY and SILK MIXED CASS MERES,
MALL A LIE iV' S, MURPIIY' S, AND
DEAN'S HEAVY KERSEYS,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
In great vcrlety, Such a$
Jflpp Pl#id, Plain, and Fig'd Poplins,
Black and Colored Alpacas,
^Voql DalaiRs-v^all colors,
French Mcrinoes—all cplprs
puli coca, from 6 tp 12} cts.
Brown and Bleached Muslim from 8 to 20 et»
A large assortment of
Ladies' Single and Double Shawls,
From $2 00 to $8 00. Zephyr and Wool Hood?
Breakfast Shawls,
LADIES' HOSIERY, GLOVES, &c.
in great variety.
Men's Buck Gloves, Mitts, Guuntlctts, Driving
(LHoves, Ac. A large stock
WOMEN, AND CHILDREN'S
Children's Sacks, Ac.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ball and Brogans,
Made expressly for winter : selected from the best
^ manufactories in the city ; bought at the v
lowest cash prices, and will be sold at a v
small advance.
Having a large stock of goods to dispose of be
tween now and the 1st of January next, we pro
pose to offer to our Cash Trade special induce
ments. Give us a call and you will he convinced
that money can be saved by buying for cash at
SCOWDRICK & MOORE S
Middletown, Del.
t y
Nov. 21— y
STATE OF DELAWARE.
Thank »giving: Proclamation.
BY GOVE SAI LSIU RV, Governor.
P AST usage and official duty sanction and re
quire that a day be set apart and appropri
ated to the special duty pf praise and thanksgiv
ing to Almighty God Tpr hjs continued and en
during mercies nqd blessings to the people of our
£>tate Rje year now upproaclmig its close.
fh* faith' which is exemplified l>y the love and
fear of God is the ouly guarantee of sound moral
ity in individual action, and the ouly foundation
upon which society cun securely repose : Now
therefore, I, GOVË SAULßBURY, Governor of
Delaware, do designate and appoint
Thursday, the Twenty-sixth day of November, tust.
As a day of Public Thanksgiving ;
And I do hereby recommends all the people of
fliis Commonwealth to observe and celebrate that
day in the mauuer and for the purpose hereby in
dicated. And further : I invoke all pur people
to abstain on that day fn.tn avocatiops ofa secu
lar nature, and to assemble at their vuripus pla
ces of public religious worship, and unite in
prayer and praise to the Mighty Ruler of die Uui
Verse for his unfailing love towards us as a peo
ple, Let us rejoice aud praise him for the nbuii
JJarit reward whiih He, in his providence, has
vouchsafed to the industry of our people :
liberty of conscience, and for the civil and relig
ious privileges with which we are still entrusted.
Let us gratefully acknowledge the Divine Mercy
which has preserved peace and tranquility
throughout the Commonwealth; And especially
{ et us n^gnify his unspeakable favor and match
ess love, manifested through a revealed religion,
proffering a full and free salvation to every hu
man crenturq.
for
f > -w In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
■J L. s. V set my hand and caused the Great Heal
' tvV ' of the Htute to be affixed, at Dover, this
fyrelfth ,day pf November, in the year of
ppç tlip.uÿap4 pigfet hundred and sixty-eight, and
of Mie independence of the United States and of
State the ninety-third.
By the Governor,
Custis W. Wright, Secretary of State.
Nov. 21—It
Lord
HOVE SAULSBURY.
WI1ÏE AND LIQUOB STORE,
Mi/ddletown, Delaware.
wMorsiffned take, this method
.J- itt? the Puhltc that he has ojiened a
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE
In Middletown, Delaware, opposite Walker's
Hotel, where he has oo hand a large and varied
assortment of Wines aud Liquors, in houles and
lea^ks, whiclj he offers on advantageous terms to
purchasers at wholesale or retail.
jar Also, a doe stovk of choice TOBACCO
AND CIGAR*. THOMAS MURRAY.
Noy.'M^tt .
of notify
E8TRAT.
C AME to the subscriber's premises, in New
Cub tic county, Del. in the vicinity of Bohe
mia Mills, about the middle of October, a bay
Mare, and two Colts aboiit three years old the
eusuing Spring. The owner or owners are re
quested to come forward, identify them, pay char
ges and take them àway. WM. WOOD.
Nor. 21—i3t*
-JFIgim?, Meal and Peed.
WM. H. ERR,
brick: mills,
H A re N re
New Cattle County, Del.
it hie Mill in eoipplete repair is
to Grind all kinds of Grain and to
re Flour, Meal. Buckwheat, Rye, Mill
all df which lie will deliver to order
FLOJJR, MEAL, FEED, Ac.
ays on hand.
ire of the public patronage.
»
immg
a
aiwr 7,1
JUST RECEIVED
AT
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS.
2000, Lbs. of new Buck
wheat Flour.
A LARGE STOCK OF DRIED
fruits,
Consisting of
RAISINS, PRUNES,
CURRANTS, APPLES, PEACHES, AC. AC.
Mixed Pickles, Chow-Chow. Cu
cumbers, dec.
1 f\ /A(A Lbs of heavy Bacon, consisting of
\/V/ Hams Sides, and Shoulders.
A Large lot of Mackerel and Herring
rels, half-barrels, and kitts
2 AAA Lbs. of Rock Salt in lumps weigh
jvvU ing from 25 to 100 lbs. each.
2 AAA of New and Old Tar Rope, for
V/ tying Corn Fodder.
2 AAA Lbs. of Duneannon Nails, by the
keg or pound.
Lbs. of John T. Lewis' Pure White
Lead in 12}, 25, 50, and 100 pouud
in bar
is
of
1,000
kegs.
lOO galls of the best Linseed Oil,
in
All of which will bo sold fof the lpwest net
Cash prices, for Cash.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS 4t SONS.
Nov. 14, 1868—tf
PUBLIC SALE OF
Valuable Heal Estate.
IN QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY, MD.
in
be
^nilE Undersigned »is Attorney for Edmund
-I- Lynch Hewett, Esq, will sell at Public Sale,
at Church Hill, lo the highest bidder, on
Thursday, December 3«; 1868, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
All that Farm or Plantation,
Containg 150 Acres.
more or less, situated in Queen Aunc's county,
Maryland, on the public road leading from Church
Hill to Ruths urg. adjoining the lands of Judge
Charles MoCollister and J. D. Elliott, Esq. and
within one mile of llewett's Station,
Anne's and Kent Railroad, now being rapidly
pushed to completion.
The improvements consist ofa
Quee
TW0-ST0RY BRICK DWELLING,
Built within the lust ten y
HARK. STAHLE and othcrOl TDlILDUVG*.
The quality of the soil is excellent, being light,
with a red clay suli-soil. The whole tract lies
high, not one foot of land being lost, during the
three
four extremely wet seasons.
Persons desiring to purchase a bargain in
Queen Anne's county will do well to uttuid this
sale.
is
The tenant now on the premises will
show to any one desiring to vi
Iron» the North take cars
Halltown Station; Md.
TERMS—Very easy. Made known on day of
sale, or previously, by addressing.
■ them. Visitors
Delaware Railroad to
VV. SCOTT ROBERTS,
Crumpton, Queou Anne's Co. Md.
THOS. II. GAFFORD, Auct'r.
Nov. 14, 1868—ts.
PUBLIC SALE
AT TIIK
House of W. T. Chance, Odessa, Del.
On Saturday, December nth, 18(58.
OF A VA LU AHLE HOUSE, LOT, &C.
Situate in Odessa, Del,
I MMEDIATELY opposite the M. Church on High
.Street, udjoiniug the lands of John Appleton
and ('apt. W. W. Walker; 43 feet front on High
Street and running buck 160 feet lou 26-feet-wide
Alley.
to
THE DWELLING HOUSE
Is 10 by 24 feet, la
stories high with a two-sto
ry Back Building, 16 by 82 feet, with a pump of
excellent water under a complete shed.
On the Alley there is a Stable 20 by 30 feet 2
stories high, also a good Garden.
Everything in good order, the whole having
been built but a few years. Persons wishing to
view the place will call ou S. B. Stevens, who
resides on'the premises, or to
LOUIS A. CAVENDER,
Pr SAM'L M. ENOS.
at
Noy. 1J, 1868^-ts.
VALUABLEFARM
IN QUAKER NECK
AT p-gBLJC SALE.
frUlE subscriber, finding it inconvenient to at
-I- tend to liis Farin'in Quaker Neck, Kept coun
ty, Maryland, and his professional oiid public du
tiee, will offer it ut Public Sale,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 2-1/A, 1808,
At Blev
o'clock, A. M.
AT TIIÇ VOSHELL HOUSE, In Chcstertowp.
It Contains about 356 Acres
and is about four miles from Chestertown ; is di
vided into six fields, and is under good fencing.
The land has been liiued. There arc several
PEACH ORCHARDS,
in bearing, containing i
3,000 Trees.
the aggregate about
A Pear Orchard
of about 150 Trees of Standard and Dwarf, ip
bearing. 200 Apple Trees, Dwarf and Standard,
about nine years old, begiuning to bear fruit.
Also
older oredard.
to
THE DWELLING
is in fuir condition ; KITCHEN
BUILDINGS in a goon state of repair.
The landing is a good one
The Wood is
Upwards of
been seeded with a good Fertiliser. The purelia
'11 be entitled to the growing crop. Pos
session given on the first pf January #e*t.
Mr. John C. Money, the tenant, will show the
premises to »my who may call.
; ÖUT
Chester River.
pie for the Farm.
In; ml ml
bushels of Wheat has
TUE TERMS Of SALE ARE:
One-sixth of the purchase money in four
months, and the Balance in six annual and
equal instalments from the first day çf January
next, with interest from that time. The terms
may be varied if they shall not suit any one dis
posed to purchase. GEORGE VICKERS.
Chestertown, Nov. 7, 18Ô8 —ts.'
the
re
MIDDLETOWN IB0N FOUNDRY
AND
MACHINE SHOP.
r !-O W* and Plow Castings, Machine Castings
of all kinds on hand or made to' order.
Particular attention given to Repairing Machi
nery. Cash for old Iron.
WM. L. BÜCKE A SON,
Founders aud Machinists.
April 4-tf
is
to
Mill
NOTICE.
A N Instalment, of one Dollar per Share upon
Uic Capital Stock of the Middlntown llali
Company will lie due, and payable to 'John R.
Hall, Esq. on Thursday, Pec. 10th, lftJS. As the
work is now rapidly progressing,
menu will lie required to meet coming
By order of tlie Bo
7
WM. H. BARR,
1 " Secretory.
Nov. 7—lw
Pubio Sale of a Valuable Farm
NEAR CHESTERTOWN.
T HE undesrigned as Agent and Attorney will
expose to public sale at the Voshell House,
in Chestsrtown, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 34th, 1868,
At a quarter past 12 o'clock, P. M.
That Valuable Farm in Quaker Neck, Kent
ty, called the
HANSON OR WILMER FARM
coun
which Mr. William A. Thomas resides »is teu
uut, containing
.A.bcmt 468 .Acres.
This Farm is divided into six fields and a lot of
three or four acres, under f ir fencing. The land
has been limed, and is good and productive.
There is abput
Marsh.
hundred acres in Wood and
THE DWELLING
is a Large TWO-STORY BRICK with three rooms
below and a good Hall and Stairway ; three
rooms on the second floor, and two good and fin
ished rooms in the Garrett, which have Dormer
windows—all in good repair. There is a Grana
ry, Stabling, Sheds, Ac. on the premises.
This property is within three-fourths to a mile
of Chestertown, on the main road leading to the
latter phice, ajid binding on Chester river. The
situation is high, handsome, healthy, and very
desirable. The property is among the finest and
handsomest on the river line.
This Furm has been divided by a Surveyor,
making the Home part contain g25 Acres and 3
Roods of arable land, including the Buildings,
»«•res of wood land detached.
and 31}
scarcely u more valuable farm thap this in the
county. The other portion, without buildings,
will contaiu 188 Acres, 1 Rood and io perches.
The land will be offered as a whole, and also
in two parts. A plot will be exhibited at the
sale. Both farms have a River front.
There u
TERMS OF SALE :
The terms of sale are one-third (:ashj balance
in three equal instalments in one, two nn<i three
years with interest and secured. The terms may
be modified if desired.
GEORGE VICKERS,
Agent and Attorney.
Chestertown, Nov. 7, 1868—ts.
.A. SMALL FARM
Eor Soje.
fl^HE undersigned will cx]>ose to public sale at
-I- the Voshell House in Chestertown, on
TUESDAY,
November 24th, 1868, at one o'clock P. M.
all that Farm lying in Worten, continuing
Acre«, 1 Hood and 24 Perches.
The soil is good, and produces well. There
arc 500 Peach trees in full beuriug, and 400 set
ourlast spring ; 50 Apple Trees, three years old.
THE DWELLING
is in ordinary condition. The Out-buildings are
about 4 years old. This property
property of Dr. Thomas G. Wroth
Esq. and others.
adjoins the
, John Gale,
It lies about one mile from
ton Heights, and is convenient tp Churches,
Schools, Post Oftice and Mills, and about six
miles from Chestertown. There is a l|ne >yell of
driuking water pu the premises.
\V
TERMS OF SALE:
The terms of sale are—one-third cash, or in
sixty days; the balance in eight, twelve and
eighteen months from the day of sale, with inter
est from tlie first day of January next.
The tenant, Mr. George Fowler, will show the
premises. A crop of wheat has been seeded with
A proportion of the crop is to lie deliv
"nt. The terms may he modified to suit
the purchaser. Rent of present year
GEORGE VICKERS,
Agent and Att'y for Jus. W. Patten,
Chestertown, Nov. 7, 1868—ts.
guano,
ereil as
served.
A Desirable Farm at Public Sale.
Up HE undersigned sis agent and Attorney for
X Thomas A. Meredith, will sell At Public Sale
to the highest bidder, on
TUESDAY ; NOVEMBER , 24th, 1868,
at half past Eleven o,clock, A. M.
at the Voshell JIppse in Chestertown, a FARM
lying on the Chester River, containing
t*« Acres, 2 Itoo 's, &. 11 Perclics,
adjoining the binds of \V. T. Spry and J. F. New
•e Five Fields, under fuir or
dinary fencing. The soil is good and produces
grain 1 well; a small, portion is udapted to the
raising of vegetables, 'k \ Clover grows finely.
The DWELLING is a good One-Story Frame,
in good* condition, with two rooms helo^v and
two above. A good Kitchen is attached.
There is a Stable, Corn llbpse, and Granary ;
also, a sufficiency pf wood for the farm, which
lies near Chcsterville, and is convenient to
Schools, Churches and daily Mail.
Mr. Thomas A. Meredith, who rebides on the
farm, will show it to whoever may call.
The Terma are one-fourth Cash ; two-fifths of the
balance 011 the 1st day of January, 1870—One
half of the residue on the 1st of January, 1871—
and the balance on the 1st of January, 1872.
GEORGE VICKERS,
Agcpt k Att'y for Thoa. 4. Meredith.
Chestertown, Nov. 7, J868—ts.
Esq.
There
REGISTERS NOTICE.
R EGISTER'S OFFICE.
N«y Castlk Couhty, SeptenjVier 10, 1868.
Upon the application of Rachel Mifflin, Admin
istratrix of Jacob B. Mifflin, late pf ftajnt Georges
Hundred, in said County, deceased ; it is ordered
and directed by the Rkgistkr that the Adminis
tratrix aforesaid, give notice of the granting of
Letters pf Administration jqtop the fvstate .of the
deceased, with the date pf graqtipg thereof, by
causing advertisements to be posted within forty
days frprn the diite of such Letters, in six of tho
most public places of the County of New Castle,
requiring all persons hay jpg demands against
the Estate, tp present the same, or abide by an
Act of Assembly in such case made aud provided.
And ulso cause the same to he inserted
the same period in the Dblawauu Gazette, a
newspaper published ip Wilmington, and the
Middletown Transchibt, published iu Middle?
town, and to be continued therein two months.
f - --j Given under the bap.4 and Sçal of Of
■J l. s. V fice of the Register aforesaid, »1 New
1 '—v—' J Castle, in New Castle County aforesaid,
the day and year above written.
ip
R. O. FRAIM, Register.
NOTICE.—All persons having claims against
the Estate of tlie deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Administratrix on or before
September 17th, 1869, or abide the Act of Assem
bly in such case made and provided.
RACHEL MIFFLIN,
Administratrix.
Address—McDonough, Del.
Sept.
MIDDLETOWN HOTEL.
J. LI. W A LKER.
Proprietor.
H AVING anctyeded Mr. L. R. Dayis, i
proprietorship of this well known, long es
lieii, and popular establishment, the present
proprietor a ill spare no pains In insure the com
fort of his guests, and in,ike his house, as hereto
fore, the favorite resort of the traveling public.
A well filled larder, a well furnishtgl table ; com
fartalileuud airy apartmentB ; the choicest brands
of Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco ; with a deter
mination to render the fullest satisfaction,
bined with attentive waiters, relialde hostlers,
and moderate charges, will, he feels assured, se
cure to him a cootin.uuu<£ of Urn liberal patron
age heretofore bestowed upon rite establishment.
and Dealers in
scented, a lib
e is respectfully
U. WALKER,
r tp L. R. Davis.
tublia
llali
R.
the
Accommodation for Dr
Jloraee and Mules can alwt
eral share of the public iia
Oct. 17—
7
.-■I
W. M. KENNARD,
3 0 6
MARKET street,
W ilmington, Delaware.
ONE PÏUCE ONLY!
NO DEVIATION.
W. M. KENNARD,
No. 306 MARKET STREET,
vvii^mwoToiv,
Offers to the Buying Public
large and attractive assort
ment of
a
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 be in
LOW PRICES,
We shall, in additjem to the
large assortment presented
tp Buyers, offer our
goods fis lows fis can
be purchased in
any market.
The principle on which busi
ness is conducted in this estab
lishment is the best fpr all epn
cerned, viz ;
ONE PRICE;
ADVANTAGE DERIVED:
Less 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 \yhop ^sked.
Immense Stock of Domestic
Goods at wliolesale prices by the
piece, and a very smgll advance
by the yard.
Cloth and Cassimere Department,
FULL AND COMPLETE.
FLA9INEUI, I!» EVERY VARIETY.
DRESS GOODS, SILK AND SUA WL
DEPARTMENT
Contains a large and f}ne assort
ment of
fiie, m(;hhn and low price
GOODS.
CARPFTS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES,
DOOR MATTS, AC. &0.
All p.t thß lowest New York pri
ces.
s
MM
W. M. KENNARD,
306
MARKET STREET,
WILHINGfaff,
DELAWARE
Oct. 3—ly
Delaware Rail Road Line.
Fall Arrangement.
O N and after MOtfDÂY, October 6th, 1868,
Passenger Trains will rpji as follows, until
further notice :
ALL TRAINS SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
NORTH.
Leave Orisfield,
" Marion,
" Kingston,
" Westover,
" Prin.Annc,
" Eden
" Forktowu
" Salisbury
" Del mar
" Laurel
" So» ford
" Bridgeville
11 Greenwood
" Farmington
" Harrington
" Felton
" Plymouth
" Canterbury
" Wji. Grpve
* ' Canifien
u Dover
" Moorlon
" Brenford
" Smy
" Clayton
" Sassafras R'd
" Blackbird
" Townsend
" Middlcto'n
" Mt Pleasant
11 St Georges
" Bear
" New Castle
Arrive Wilra.
" Philad'a
*f Baltimore
7 00 A. M.
7 40
8 05
8 30
9 10
9 40
10 00
1(1 30
10 45
11 05
11 30
11 SO
12 00 M.
3 15 P. M.
2 35
12 È0
1 00 A. M.
7 15
1 00
• 7 20
1 20
1 0(1
1 25
1 05
7 35
I 15
1 50
; :»!
8 or.
1 45
8 10
1 55
8 05
1 50
8 20
il.-,
2
g lo
Hi!
2 20
8 40
2 30
9 00
2 45
0 10
2 55
• 9 25
3 10
9 35
3 25
9 55
3 45
10 15
1145 A.M.
1 15 P. M.
4 05
5 40 P.M.
8 10 "
SOUTH.
Leave Philad'a
(' Baltimore
" W il m
" New Castle
" Bear
" St Oeorges
" Mt Pleasant
" Middletown,
" Townsend
" Blackbird
" Sassafras
" Clayton
Arrive Smyrna
Leave Brenford
" Moorton
' ' Dover
" Camden
" Wil. Grove
" Canterbury
" Plymouth'
" Pel toq
" Harringtoq
" Farmington
" Greenwood
" Bridgeville
' ' Seaford
" Laurel
" Delhiar
" Salisbury
" ForktoWn
u Eden
" Prin. Anne
" Westover
" Kingston
" Marion
Arrive Orisfield
8 30 a.m. 5 00 p.m.
7 25
10 10 6 25
10 30
10 50 7 00
11 00 7 15
n I
7 30
11 35
11 45
11 50
12 00 m. 8 15
12 05 p. m. 8 20
12 15
12 10
7 60
8 00
8 05
8 30
8 25
8 35
8 55
9 05
Ü 15
12 40
12 50
os
10
b 20
1 10
1 20
9 30
9 45 f. m.
1 40
1 55
2 05
2 35
!! 55
3 U>
3 46
4 10
4 30
5 15
5 40
6 00
6 20
6 45 p. m.
Also, Freight Trains with Passenger Car at
Inched, will leave Wilmington about 4 00 A. M.
New Castle, 4 50, Middletown, 6 40, Clayton,
7 30, Dover, 8 50, Camden, 9 10, Felton, 10 05,
and be due at llarringtop abppt 10 30 A. M.
Returning, tp Ipavc J'farppgtpn fibppf 20 P. M.
Felton, 4 00 Camden, ft 05. Dover, 6 3If, Moor
ton, I} .55, Clay tou, (] 2ft, Middletown, 7 40, New
Castle, 9 2J, and be due at Wilmingt
9 50 P. M. Subject tq delays incident to Freight
Business. This train will stop to take up Pass
engers only at Stations mimed, but will set down
Passengers at any stopping place, except Hare's
Corner, State Road, Del. Junction and Dupont.
Nkvv Cahtlk Trains.—L eave New Castle for
Wilmington and Philadelphia at 7 40 A. M.—
Leave Philadelphia 11 45 A, M., and' Wilmiug
1 00 P. M. for New Cagtle. '
Smyrna Branch Trains.— Additional to those
above leave Smyrna for Clayton 11 45 A. M.
and 8 10 P. M. Leave Clayton for Sinj-rna,
8 40 A. M. und 2.10 P. M. to make connection
with trains to and frprn Dover, and Stations
South. - '
Steamboat Trains heretofore run are with
drawn. A Boat will, howover, leave Crisfield
for Norfolk, in connection with Local Train, on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings.
E. Q. SEWALL,
Superintendent Delaware R. R.
u
about
April 18.
628 HOOP SKIRTS.
AND
CORSETS, CORSETS.
WM. T. HOPKINS,
No. 628 Arch Street;, Phila.
MANUFACTURER OF Tllp
Celebrated *' Champion" Hoop Skirts
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN,
The largest assortment, and best quality and
styles in th e American Market. Every lady should
try them, as they recommend themselves by wearing
longer, retaining their shape much better, being
lighter and more elastic than all others^—Warrau
ted t'n every respect, and sold at very low peiees.
Ask for HOPKINS "C1I4A1PIDN" SUIRT.
Superjor Hand-made \V haift-Rone Corsets in
Fifteen different Grades, including the "Impe
rial" and Thompson k Lancuon's "Glove Fitting"
Corsets, ranging in prices from 81 Cents to $5.50 ;
together with Joseph Beckkl's Celebrated French
Woven Corsets, superior shapes and quality, Ten
dirt ri-nt Grades, from $1.10 to $5.50. They are
tlie finest and best goods for the prices, ever im
ported. The Trade supplied with Hoop Skirts
and Corsets at the Lowest Rates.
Those visiting the City should not fail to call
and examine our Goods aud Prices, as we defy
all competition. Sept. 19, 1868.
JQHN MoLEAR & SON,
BANKERS,
WILMINGTON 1 , DEL.
M oney received on deposi?, pnjn
ble on demand, and interest alloprpd.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
BOUGHT and SOLD, at current market rates.
GOLD AND GOLD COUPONS,
Bought at highest prices.
Notes, Drafts, and Interest,
Collected and remitted prom#f}y
Stocks and Loan. y
BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Applications In person or by letter, promptly
and fully answered.
ß &' Correspondence invited.
JOHN McLEAR k SON,
Bankers,
Wilmington, Del.
Aug. 1—6mo.
Instrtiction pnthe Piano.
M ISS N. M. WRIßHT, Middletown, Dela
ware, Teacher of Music on the Piano, will
attend to Pnpils at their nan or her residence.
Terms moderate. .~ '
Sept. 10—tf
Jam«* H. Fraser, M. D.
GLASGOW, DEL.
Ublic.
O FFERS his professional services to the p
Office at thcresiijènce of R. M. Black
Jan. 4r—y. ' .
SEWING MACHINES.
WILCOX& GIBBS'
TWISTED LOOP-STITCH
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
THE BEST FAMILY SEWYKG MACHINE»
1M THE WORLD.
OBVIOUS REASONS WHY THK
WILCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines
ARK BECOMING SO POPULAR :
FIRST, Because they make the " Twistkd
LooBtSwoh," which is the most Beautiful, Elast
ic, iipd Durable »Stitch know»».
SECOND, Because they are adapted to the
Greatest'Uapge of Work, ami will use either Cot
ton, Silk, or Vmen Thread successfully.
THIRD, Because they are Perfectly Simple in
their Construction ; and will Hem, Full, Stitch,
Bind, Cord, Tuck, Gather, and Embroider, in
the most perfect manner.
FOURTH, Because they use but One Spool,
and urc found Competent when all others Fail.
Read the following Statement« of Fact« and
Commendation« of Individual« and of tike
Pre«« In Regard to the
WILCOX & GIBBS
Family Sewing Machines.
From thp Superintendant of the Penn
sylvania Central Railroad.
ALTOONA, Fa. Sept 14, 18G5.
One of your Sewing Machines lias been used in
my family for several years. For simplicity and
mechanical ace
no Sewing Machine equal to it.
correctness will» which it does its work
ble. It has given and continues to give us entire
satisfaction. ENOCH LEWIS.
•y of construction, I have seen
The s|>oed and
*adinira
DOVER. Sept. 12th, 1685.
Mesuré. Wilcox 4* Gibbs .— Orntlrmm : —Hav
ing had eighteen months' experience with your
Family Sewing Machine, I take pleasure in say
ing that it )ms giyen perfect satisfaction. It has
been the means of selling several in this locality.
D. F. BURTON.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Jan. 29th 1859.—
"The simplicity and accuracy of its mechanism
prevent its dropping stitches, to which many oth
er machines are liable, and which has hilherto
brought the "chain stitch" into disrepute. One
cannot but admire the beauty mid accuracy of its
movements, an<} tlje ep tire absence of all noise,
even when running at the rate of 2006 stitches
and upward pcr'minutc. This alone must prove
u great recommeudation to it. Another merit is
the good workmanship. The parts are made in
terchangeable, so that in the event of accident to
the macuine, any part can be replaced, at a tri
fling cost. It is, iudeed, a "mechanical wonder
household necessity !"
PHILADELPHIA PRESS, I860.—
paralleled s»ieecss which hu's attended tjje intro
duction of the Wilcox k Gibbs Sewiiig Machine
is a sure g»ia»"antec of its merits."
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REFERENCES.
Tlie fpllpu'ing are names of persons in this
neighborhood, "whom we give as references, wfip
have had the Wilcox k Gibbs Seeing Muchines
in use for some time :
Misses Rhickiston.
Mrs. William Green.
Mrs. J. B. Clarkson.
Mrs. R. A. Cochran, Jr. Mrs. S. M. Reynolds.
Mrs. Benj. Armstrong.
Un. T. S. Bowers.
Mrs. II. Vnnderford.
CASH PRICES.
No. 1. Ornamental Iron Stand, Walnut
Top, (oiled.) with Hemmer and Fel
ler,
No. 2. Ou Ornamental Iron Stand, Walnut
Top, with Drawer and Lock,
No. 3. On Ornamemtal Irou Stuud, with
Polished Mfthoguuy or Walnut Top
and Drawer, with Hemmer and Fcl
ler.
No. §, iyalppt Half C»isp, (oilpd,) ^ith
Hemmer and Feller,
No. 6. Extra Half Case,
Box. Hemmer und Feller,
No. 6. Walnut Half Oase, (oiled,) with
^ajjcy \y,qrk Box, Hemmer and
No. 7. Mahogany Half Case, (Pp|j§hed, )
with jlcmmer aud Feller,'
. $. Full <h^binet-Cuse, Mahogany or
Walpp( wuti thitumer and Feller,
56
58
65
" with Work
68
70
100
Those wishing & first class Sctving Machine,
would do well to call aud examine the
Wilcox & Gibbs
fWfSfPD IiOOP-STITCff
FAMJLÏ SEWING MACHINES,
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AND FOR
CONSTA#
HAND
SALE
BY
JOHN A. REYNOLDS A SONS,
Middletown, Del.
August lfi— ly
THERE 18 BfO
MANURE
SO PBRMANEirr AS
PROM WHICH IS MADE
WHEN'S
EAW BONE Suggr-Phosphate.
R
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Warranted Perfectly
froirç Adulteration.
Established as an excellent Fertiliser by
years of constant use, unt\ highly recom
mended by all who have used it as
A Great Crop Produce^
ANDBfHMAXE-VT IMeilOVKROrTHESOlL.
flhfjry flume Should Ute A.
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N
Füll S^LE BY ALL DEALERS,
w yl.Tnv. WHAM k £«,
MANUFACTURERS,
W ilmington, Del
E
s
F.. T. EVANS, AiiïNT,
Middletown, Del.
Feb 15—1 y
B4UGII ? a
COMMERCIAL MANURES,
MKRK
PACK AG
ON BJVKRY
BAUGH & SONS, P&Mfc
AND
NORTH WESTERN FERTILJEJÎfQ 0*.
Pliipago,
Sole Manufacturers,
PRICES.
BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE,
per 2000 pound».
BAUGH'S CHIGAGjQ BONE FERTILIZER,
$50 per 2000 popnde.
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BLQOD XJANJjpE,
$50 per 2000 pounds.
The above Manures are furnished in both bagq
and barrels, whichever customers peffef.
b»igs are uniform in weight lfiO pounds.
The
Th» attention of Formers is especially directed
to lliq hicf ltpif'tljfi 'apHRife of •#> «•<» •"'Serial
of which the above Vhiniires are composed, are
well under control that we can furnish t
of strictly uniform qtpiBty and FßS$t'°Rt —
that they contain a hirgpr nèiq>n|$ft of Mimé
nia than any other class' of hiunùfuutured nut; -
. Delaware 4veqoe,
hem
and
nures in the market.
8
2o s;
North Wüstkrn Ekrtilizino Co..
Cor. Lake k Lasalle Sts.
CpiC4Gq.
ßtil" B a roll's Commercial M^murks may be
procured from «jealers in any pr Rje priqcipnt
towns in the pfti|g|i pr Dpjnjjiibp of Caipida j
June 20—4m
FARMS!! FA^MS!!
170H *41, fi, TIIItUR FAjUm.
JL No. 1 A farm situated cm the rpad from
Sndlersville to Church Hill, ana within two mfle^
of the latter plapa, cqntai|jlj|g }60 ApflEB.
nearly all arable. This IKc'fty ' jg well located,
being near a public School, a C'kuçeb, and goo<|
Flouring Mill, and is a very fjesicable property,
the land being high and sus»^ptjble of the higii^
est improvement, at small expanse.
No. 2 Is situated within tbj:.ep pf pbetj
tertown, nud also within three miles of Rolph'f
wharf, and not more than tg'p miles from Deep
landing, where grain or »ipy other produce caq
lie sent auâv } eitHèr ny gfpaiqbqat W sail vessels,
and contains at»out'20O AL llF.^ tni^ farm U lo^
cated oii a good county ron$, ap^| the land il
high and of a very superior qualjtY.
No. 3 Is within two and a Jjalf inileg of Sud
lersville, and lying i 1 timediatply op a public roa<f
und contains about 280 ApRGp, apd ^'ppld di
vide to advantage if desirable into two farms.
All fljrce farms l)*y e bulldjpgs'an<J''are noul
occupied', and being èùlti^a^a. " '* '
Possession will be given a j the epd of thp Xfiar.
or sooner if necessary. The terms cap btg piadq
easy to suit purchasers. Persons wishing tp pur
chase had better apply at oncç Ao '
LEMUEL ROBERT^
Near jJrpmpton, or Sudlersriflp, Md.
Augnst*8-- t^ '
Builders, Tafee Notice!!
I ,VIUR HUNDRFD TlIOUgAÇD feet of WHITS
1 PINE and HEMLOCK LTJMBER, For Sale;
consisting of 1st,'2d) and 3d LEMMON INCH
BOARDS. Also, three grades of
WHITÇ PINE FLOQRINO,
A large lot of
11 and 2-Inch Fine Flank.
HEMLOCK JOICK AND STUDDING.
I
56
HEMLOCK BILL STUFF,
A$D SHEVpHIîfG
58
pBNLflPft FfiSfPW, (i inch.)
Q$E IIUNDREQ THOUSAND NO 1
65
WHITE pfff-fi SHINfxLES.
Fpr Sale by
Aug. 15—3m.
68
WIIAI4*C LINDSEY,
Cnesaj»eake City, Md.
70
JOHN FULLMER,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WII ( MUNGTQN, DELAWARE.
^Ô-Baflieular 41toption JVid to pfißtpja »VoHf
Oct. 17—tf
NEWARK ACADEMY
NEWARK, DELAWARE,
Paor. EDWARD D. POSTER, A. If.
PRIN,C/fAL.
A first-class Bpardipg Spfopol tor
IjlVf AMO YOtTWO
[Founded In 1749.}
FaR session begins September 2d. For ton 1«.
torinal|pp send for eireulsr. ' ' ' Aug.
0$T
Del.

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