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jacket Joftrj). oLx MY GUAVE. V» The i* BY 8. W. HAZELTINB. I care not where ye bury this form, When Hfe hath censed to be; O, bury me where'er you will, It matters not to me. may be in my native land, Or on some foreign shore ; .... ... It m^y be where the stranger's feet Shall tread my grave-turf o'er. It may ho In the forest dark, some sunny hill ; - It may be 'neatli some green tree's shade, Or by some tuneful rill. be where sweet wild flowers wave, the desert sand ; It may be where my kindled sleep, Or in an unknown land. la and trated, of n Ts Rum. ant tion Ur It may Or (n It may 1)« in some rural spot, Where I shall sleep alone, Or in the city of the dead, XJeueath a marble stone. .yrj. : the ocean's bed, ; same to me If there should be my grave. For God, I know, will mark the spot, Wherever it may be ; Then bury me where'er you will, It matters not to me. It may be Beneath the rolling Yot 'twould be all th same two the very of fie* - Fur the Middhtoun Transcrit. Tb« Sabbath Scliool Exhibition. Grcät men in the mediaeval age wont to have pænseung, memorizing their fame after death, hut the nineteenth cen tury saw every, man lauded regardless of _ distinguished public action, or private vir tue. So common is it at this di ay to read obituaries, tlmt the press has vetoed their publication, because of encroachment on - legitimate business, and partial affection ignorant of merit or demerit, lias drawn linos parallel, by flooding the journals with detailed accounts of Sabbath School commencements. The smile akin to pity, wreathes lips of many readers at their trite ness, aud the zeal of the village Johnson, who labors, seduously to make eonspicu ous a-'Vkry common thin warded. We rode to AYarwick last Tuesday even ing, more for the gratification of two or three juveniles, than for our own edifica tion, and must confess were very , agreea bly disappointed. Dr. Ewell, the pastor of the M. P. church in that plae^, ha«î provided an entertainment in the shape of a Sunday School celebration, whieb, considering the great care necessary to ft tip such affairs, paasod off delightfully. The church was handsomely decorated, not with .national bunting, but with let cloth, tjkilfully festooned and tastoful 'iy interwoven with evergreens, and in cer tain places conspicuously hung with mot toes copied from the Book of Life, that ' 8<?fvcd as reminders to those who in nio tv monta of levity might forget that they sat in the house of God. Viewed with a critical eye, there could liavo been, perhaps, something to censure, but more to commend, considering the ten der; age of the speakers. AVo were struck forcibly with the arrangement that preclu ded those hoys of larger and more awk ward growth, from monopolizing the talk, nnd gave the lion's share to the little fel lows. They were of all sizes, (the p.fitiei pfmts) but owing to tho great number of children, too much meed cannot be be stowed on Dr. Ewell, for tact, and intui tive knowledge in the very niceneSk of his nrrangoiuont. Those who pass through Warwick, by day, with her muddy streets so miry that stilt» are really a god-send as means of lo comotion, should have seen her beautiful healthy children in festive array on last Tuesday evening, and noted the high order of intelligence stamped on their countenances ; have heard the recitation of the "Sewing Circle" with Paddy servant, and Madam Dorcas as the ma tron. goeth uurc ii a scar at as a The Irishman, fly his quaint droller and original modo of action, elicited muc applause. We could not keep pace with the name», but one young gentleman equalled Drew iu his representation of a »ich Uncle, frightening a pretty Miss who aspired to bo com spout, by telling her he was struck by small-poi ; the love for life nud beauty overbalanced thought of dol -ljtrs, us she abruptly fiod tho miser's pres ence. 'Tin rather invidious, as Ulyses wont to write, to personally speak where all accomplished so much, but where all did well, they will'pardon us for thinking, and doubtless think with us, that tho gems uf the evening were those wo are about to name. Miss Emma Cox recited a poem entitled "A drotfrn of Heavett," and as the dream , found words, and in silvery tones fell on lis tening ears, with the speaker's eyes turned np, we thought of jasper streets, and gold en cherubims. Ida Ewell, a child-singer, with great ooinpnss of voice, trolled the Bird Bong, and surely never wiid wood gave forth sweeter melody from fea thered chorister. The sounds full, low, tnelodious, broke from tho bewitching creature's lips, and she looked really as if she had a: Vi —Bioii dipping^er Benk in tlie spring, Ami briuluug her wing iu the luke. A yonng man Ly the name of Marsh reail the origin uf the song, "There's a light in tho window for thee," and at its close a trio of tweet voices sang the words. They finished, when lo ! a voice in the T , ggilery, (Jeep, rich and sonorous, caught ' |«k* rffrain, surprising us, entrancing tire audience, causing tho pulses to thrill with dotuture. I» it a song or hymn V for if a lytun, it should he a song, aud if a song, . it should be a hymn. Warwick needs just such men as Dr. Ewell, and more of them, fur she has that within her limits, which, hy proper cul ture, may redown to her perpetual glory. 'The recognized mother of those children, ■o ucatly arranged in proud display on her church stage, Hie other evening, can truly curl her lips in derision, when adjacent villages stretch forth their hands as her peers, and boastfully pointing, like the Koumn matron, show jewels more rieh than earthly baubles, priceless as heaven's best gift to man—woman. Urn Tom-all-aloxb, Cherry Tree Corner. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS AND Hoofland's German Tonic. of the LIVER, STOMACH, OR DIGESTIVE OR G AES. JOHN The Great Remedies for all l>iseas< A HOOFLAND'S german hitters la composed of the pure juices (or, as they are medicinally termed Extract*) of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, making a preparation, highly concen trated, and entirely freefrom all alcoholic admixture of any kind. Hoofland's German Tonic Ts a combination of all the ingredients of the Bitters, with the purest quality of Santa Cruz Rum. Orange, Ac. making ant and agreeable remedies public. Those preferring a Medicine free from Alcoholie admixture, will use Hoofland's German Bitters. Those who have tion of the Bitters, as stated, will of the most plcas offered to the objection to the combina HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC They both equally good, and contain the same medicinal viatues, the choice between the two being a mere matter of taste, the Tonic being the most palatable. The stomach, from a variety of causes such ns Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, etc. is very apt to have its functions deranged. The Liver, sympathizing as closely as it does with the Stomach, then becomes afiectcd, the result of which is the patient suffers from several or more of the following diseases : Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stom ach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight i Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stom ach, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried or Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Chokin Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chestj Limbs etc. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Con stant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits. The sufferer from these diseases should exercise the greatest caution in the selection of ally very cen of vir read their on pity, trite even or plae^, shape to cer mot that nio sat could ten struck awk talk, fel of be intui his by that lo on high their ma A remedy for his ease, purchasing only that which he is sured from his investigations and inquiries, pos sesses true merit, is skilfully compounded, is free injurious ingredients, aud has established for itself a reputation for the cure of these diseus ii es. In this connection we would submit those well-known remedies— ly be Hoofland's G erman Bitters, AND Hoofland's German Tonic PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Thirty-five years since they were first intro duced into this country from "Germany, during which time they have undoubtedly performed more cures, and benefited suffering humanity a greater extent than any other rciqpdics known to the public. These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com plaint., Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic Debility, Chronic Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kid neys, and all Diseases arising from a disordered Liver' Stomach or Intestines. scar Nervous DEBILITY. Resulting from any cause whatever; prostrr tion of the system, induced by severe labor, hard ships, exposure, fevers Ac. There is no medicine extant equal to these •h cases. A tone and vigor is impart ed to the whole system, the appetite is strength emd, food is enjoyed, the stomach digests pro perl y , the blood is purified, the complexion lie comes sound nnd healthy, the yellow tinge eradicated from the eyes* a bloom is given to the checks, and the weak nnd nervous invalid be comes a strong and healthy being. Persons advanced in life and feeling the hand time weighing heavily upon them, with all attendant ills, will find in the use of this Bitters or the Tonic, an elixir that will instill new life into their veins, restore i It all edles is of its in measure the energy and ardor of more youthful days, build up their shrunken forms, und give health and happiness to their remaining years. NOTICE. It is a well established fact that fully one-half of the female portion of our population are seldom in the enjoyment of good health, or, to use their own expression, "Juever feel well." They are languid, devoid of all energy, extremely nervous, aud have no appetite. To this class of pers Tonic is especially recommended. as a the Bitters, or the WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN muc with of a who he life dol pres where all gems to entitled dream lis turned gold the wood fea low, as if Are made strong By the use of either of these remedies. They w ilt cure every case of Mat mus without fail. TUSTIAlOiNTLAUS, lion. Geo. W. Woodward, Chi f Justice of the Supreme Court of Pa. writes : Philadelphia, March 16, 1867. ' I find IToofland's German Bitters is a good tonic, useful in the diseases of the digestive gnns, and of great benefit in cases of debility want of nervous action in the system. Yours, truly, GEO. W. WOODWARD." Hon. James Thompson, Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, April 28, 1866. I consider 11 Hoof lands German Billers' 1 a valuable medicine in ease of attacks of Indigestion or Dyepepsi». I can certify this from my ex perience of it. Y'ours, with respect, JAMES THOMPSON. From Itev. J. H. Kennard, D. D. , and Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia. Dr. Jackson ,—Dear Sir: I have been fre quently requested to connect ray name with re commendations of different kinds of medicines, but regarding the practice as out of my appro priate sphere, I have in all cases declined; but with a clear proof in various instances, and par ticularly in my own family, of the use of Dr. Jlootiand's German Bitters, I depart for once from my usual course, to express my full con viction that, for general debility of the system, esjiecially for Liver Complaint , it is a valuable preparation. In pome cases it may fail ; hut usually, l doubt not. it will be very benefi cial to those who suffer from the above causes. Yours, very respectfully, Marsh a at its words. the caught tire with if a song, Dr. that cul glory. children, her truly adjacent her the rieh heaven's d cafe and J II. KENNARD, Eighth, below Coates St. From Rev. E. D. Fendall, Assistant Editor, Christian Chronicle, Philada. I have derived decided benefit from the Hoofland's German Bitters, and feel it my priv ilege to recommend them as a most valuable tonic, to all who are suffering from general debility, or from diseases arising from derangement of the liver. Yours, truly, E. D. FENDALL. U86 O CAUTION.—See that the signature of C. M Jackson is on the wrapper of each bottle. All others arc counterfeit. ipal Office and Manufactory at No. 621 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. , c '7 ** CHARLES M. EVANS, Pripifltor. PRICE.—Iloofland's German Bitters, per bot tle, $1. 00 —half dozen, $5.00 Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in quart bottles, $1.50 per bottle, or a half dozen for $7.50 FOR SALE BY ALL Druggist* nnd Storekeepers, Everywhere. NEW GOODS NOW OPENING AT JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS. Middletown, Del. O Ladies and Misses' Fashionable Hoods BALMORAL & IIOOP SKIRTS, THOMPSONS' GLOVE FITTING CORSETS EXCELSIOR AND FRENCH CORSETS, GENTS AND YOUTHS' Undershirts and Drawers, BUCK DR1VI KG-CA UNTLETS, MENS B UCK GLO VES & MITTS, BOYS BUCK GLOVES <6 MITTS, Ladies and Gents' Arctic Overshoes. CLOTH AND RUDDER OVERSHOES, CHILDREN'S .j- MISSES' OVERSHOES, MEN &■ BOYS' RUDDER BOOTS GENT'S & YOUTH'S BLACK ALPINE IIATS Furred & Casslmere Caps &c. A LARGE STOCK OF DRIED 1 FRUIT S, Consisting of NEW LAYER RAISINS, NEW DRIED CURRANTS, NEW DRIED CITRON, NEW DRIED PRUNES NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. PREPARED COCOANUT, chow-chow, WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, CANNED TOMATOES, &C. Besides a full stock of all kinds of floods usu ally kept in a first class store, which will be sold very low. Please call aud examine. JOHN A. REYNOLDS A SONS. MIXED PICKLES, Dec. 5, 1868—tf PROSPECTUS. 1869 THE AGE. 1869 A DAILY AND WEEKLY DEM0 cratic Journal in Philadelphia. Improvements In every Department, Polit leal, Literary, Coninierriul, Finan cial nnd Agricultural. T HE Publishers of The Age beg to call the at tention of the Democratic and Conservative masses to the Daily and Weekly issue of their popular journal. The importance of circulating newspapers among the people cannot be too high ly estimated. This is thoroughly appreciated by opponents, and nothing is left undone by them to accomplish this purpose. We should not be behind them in this great work. Thegenerul dissemination of sound political informati result in great good to the Democratic pnrty. Wherever Radicalism sends its poison, let us be prompt in furnishing the antidote I We have just finished must exciting political struggle, nnd the Democratic pnrty, vigorous and undismayed, is now ready to begin tho fight: again, and to fight on until victory crowns bur efforts. . 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It will be observed that our offer of an extra copy lo t]je getter up of a dub, refers only to a club often The above terms will be rigidly adhered to. Drafts on Philadelphia, or Postoffice Orders, payable to the order of the publishers, being saf er. arc preferable to any other mode of remittance. All who send money by Express must pre-pay Express charges. Specimen copies of the Daily and Weekly seat gratis on application nt this of fice. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates. WELSH k ROBB, 14 k 16 South 7th street, Philadelphia. son, $16.50 , and fre re but par Dr. once con fail ; more. d and Address St. Jan. 9—tf Flour, Meal and Feed, war. ii. Myers, priv tonic, or the O BRICK MILLS, Few Castle County t Del. H AVING put his Mill in complete repair, is prepared to Grind all kinds of Grain and to facture Flour, Meal, Buckwheat, Rye, Mill Feed, Ac. all of which he will deliver to order FOR CASH. Manu M All 621 '7 ** bot bottle, FLOUR, MEAL, FEED, Ac. Always hand. ITc solicits ft November 7, 1868—tf. share of the public patronage. James II. Frazer, HI. D. GLASGOW, DEL. O FFERS his professional services to the public. Offn e at tneresidence of R. M. Black Ksq. Jan.4—y. Delaware Flail Road Line. Fall Arrangement. O N and after MONDAY, October 5th, 18G8, Passenger Trains will run as follows, until further notice : ALL TRAINS SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. NORTH. 1 »cave Crisficld, " Marion, " Kingston, " Westover, " Prin.Anue, " Eden " Forktown " Salisbury " Delmar ' ' Laurel " Scaford " Rridgevillc " Greenwood " Farmington " Harrington " Felton " Plymouth " Canterbury " Wil. Grove " Camden " Dover " Moorton " Brenford " Smyrna " Clayton " Sassafras R'd ' ' Blackbird " Townsend " Middlcto'n " Mt Pleasant " St Georges ' ' Bear " New Castle Arrive Wilm. " Philad'a " Baltimore 7 00 A. M. 7 40 8 05 8 30 D 10 •j -to 10 00 10 30 10 45 11 05 11 30 11 50 12 00 M. 12 15 P. M. 12 35 12 50 7 00 A.M. 7 15 7 20 1 00 7 20 1 00 7 25 1 05 7 35 1 15 7 50 1 30 8 05 1 45 8 10 8 05 1 50 8 20 2 05 8 25 2 10 8 35 2 20 8 40 2 30 9 00 2 45 9 10 2 55 9 25 3 10 3 25 3 45 9 35 9 55 10 15 1145 A.M. 5 40 P.M. 1 15 P. M. 8 10 " 4 05 SOUTH. Leave Philad'a " Baltimore " Wilm " New Castle " Bear " St Georges " Mt Pleasant " Middletown, " Townsend " Blackbird " Sassafras " Clayton Arrive Smyrna Leave Brenford " Moorton * * Dover " Camden " Wil. Grove " Canterbury " Plymouth " Felton " Harrington " Farmington " Greenwood " Bridgcvillc " Scaford ' 1 Laurel " Delmar " Salisbury " Forktown " Eden " Prin. Anne " Westover " Kingston " Marion Arrive Crisficld 8 30 a. M. 5 00 p.m. 7 25 2 25 lo lo lo 30 10 50 11 oo 11 15 6 25 6 45 7 oo 7 15 7 30 11 7 50 11 45 11 50 12 00 m. 8 15 12 05 1». m. 8 20 8 00 8 05 12 15 8 30 8 25 8 35 8 55 9 05 9 15 9 20 9 20 9 30 9 45p.m. 12 10 12 20 12 40 12 50 1 05 1 10 1 10 1 20 at by by not be 1 40 2 05 2 15 2 35 2 55 3 10 3 45 4 10 4 30 5 15 5 40 G 00 6 20 6 45 I*, m. and fight: bur a Also, Freight Trai tachcd itli Passenger Car at ill 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 Harrington about 10 30 A. M. Returning, to leave Harrington about 3 20 P. M. Felton, 4 oo Camden, 5 05, Dover ton, 5 55, Clayton, 6 25, Middletown, 7 40, New castle, 9 20, and be due at Wilmington, 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 stopping place, except Hare's Corner, State Road, Del. Junction nnd Dupont. New Castle Trains. —Leave New Castle for Wilmington und Philadelphia at 7 40 A. M.— Leave Philadelphia 11 45 A. M., and Wilming 1 00 P. M. for New Castle. Smyrna Branch Trains.— Additional to those above leave Smy and 8 10 P. M. L 5 35, Moor of and in of on all have jour for Clayton 1145 A.M. e Clayton for Smyr 8 40 A. M. and 2.10 P. M. to make connection with trains to and from Dover, and Statious South. Steamboat Trains heretofore run are with drawn. A Boat will, howover, leave Crisiield for Norfolk, in connection with Local Train, on Tuesduy, Thursday and Saturday Evenings. K. Q. SEW ALL, April 18. Superintendent Delaware R. R. a ag it as $9 ; any Post one DRUGS & MEDICINES. year, enty of Cl. Cl. C'liambcrlaine, MIDDLETOWN, DEL., EALER in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals nnd — Patent Medicines. Funcy and Toilet Arti cles, Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery and Soaps. Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal use. Lamps, Lamp Fixtures, Shades, Wicks, Clean Thc latest improvements i J) rithin ers, &e. Chimneys. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded and orders answered with care and despatch. Physicians and Farmers will find our stock of Mcdiçincs Burners and the the to get per up of per of pletc, warrauted genuine aud of the best quality. Cigars and Tobacco of the best Baltimore man ufacture. Store—Maine Street, opposite Davis' Hotel. January 18—ly per LEND ME YOUR COUNTENANCE. I F you want a good likeness of ycurielf family call at J. M. HORNING'S ONE DOOR WEST OF ROBERT S STOVE AND TIN HOUSE.. Middldoun, Del., or one up price. per up per ad they to the that of a saf pre-pay Daily of rates. here y ill get pictures from the beautiful little Pearl Ferrotype to the life-size Photograph. All who wish a correct likeucssof thcmsel or friends should embrace this opportunity and call at Particular attention paid to copying daguerro types or ambro types of deceased persons into card or large pipe Photograph«. A proff' >vill be siioyyq before the pictures are finished. A good assortment of Rustic and other Frames on hand. It will afford us pleasure to have you call and examine specimens. January 4—tf J. M. HORNING. MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY AND MACHINE shop. P LOWS nnd Plow Castings, Machine Castings of all kinds on hand or made to order. Particular attention given to Repairing Machi nery. Cash for old 1 April 4-tf WM. L. BÜCKE & SON, Founders and Machinists. LIVERY STABLE. H ORSES AND CARRIAGES for hire at the Stables of L. R. Davis' Middletowp Hotel. The horses arc safe, nnd careful drivers will be provided when desired. Terms moderate. Ap ply to THOS. MURRAY. Jan. 4.—y. At the Stables. is to Mill order BOOT & SHOE MAKING J AMES II. COLLINS, respectfully informs the public that he hns taken the Shop at the cor of Broad and Lake streets, nearly opposite the Academy, in Miudlktown, and is prepared to manufacture Boots and Shoes to order. Spe cial attention given to repairing, and all work finished with neatness and despatch, speetfully solicits a share of the public patronage. public. Ksq. Ilu re W. M. KENNARD, 3 0 6 MARKET STREET, "Wilmington, Delaware. ONE PRICE ONLY! NO DEVIATION. W. M. KENNARD, No. 306 MARKET STREET, WIL9IINGTOV, 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 he in LOW PRICES, Wo shall, in addition to the large assortment presented to Bikers, oiler goods as lows as can be purchased in any market. our at M. M. M. for The principle on which busi ness is conducted in this estab lishment is the best for all corned, viz : COn ONE P II ICE; ADVANTAGE DERIVED: on Less time spent in dealin one paj'ing more than an other, and the certain ty of getting goods at the : no LOWEST PRICES. nnd It being absolutely necessary mark all goods very low to so as to meet those who fall in of and 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. PLASSELS, IN EVERY VARIETY. the or DRESS GOODS, SILK AND SUA WL DEPARTMENT and card are and Contains a large and fine assort ment of FINE, MEDIUM AND 1,0 YV FKJEE GOODS. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES, DOOR MATTS, &C, &C, All at the lowest New York pri ces. the Hotel. be Ap W. M. KENNARD, 306 MARKET STREET, the cor Spe work WILMIlVCiTOlV, DELAWARE. re Oct. 3—ly SEWING_MACHINES. WILCOX & GIBBS' TWISTED LOOP-STITCII FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, R THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINES IN THE AVOIU.B. ^$4 UP OBVIOUS REASONS WHY THE WILCOX & GIBBS Family Sewing Machines ARE BECOMING SO POPULAR : FIRST, Berausc they make the " Twistfd Loop-Stitch," which is the most Beautiful, Elast ic, and Durable Stitch known. SECOND, Because they arc adapted to the Greatest Range of Work, and will usecitlicr Cot ton, Silk, or Liucu Thread successfully. THIRD, Because they arc Perfectly Simple in their Construction j and will Hem, Fell, Stitch, 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. Rend fixe following Slalrments of Fact* Comm«-mini Inns of Individual« and of the Preu In llt gnrd to tlxe id WILCOX & GIBBS Family Sewing Machines. From the Superintendant of the Penn sylvania Central Railroad. ALTOONA, Pa. Sept 14, 1805. One of your Sewing Machines 1ms been used in family for several years. For simplicity and cchanical accuracy of construction, 1 have seen Sewing Machine equal to it. The speed and correctness with which it does its work are admira ble. It has given and continues to give us entire satisfaction. ENOCH LEWIS. DOVER, Sept. 12th, 1685. Wilcox «1* Gibbs .— Gi nth men :—I lav litce Messrs ths' experience with your Family Sewing Machine, I take pleasure in say ing that it has given perfect satisfaction. It has been the means of selling several in this locality. D. F. BURTON. ing had SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Jan. 29th 1859.— •y of its mechanism prevent its dropping stitches, to which many oth er machines are liable, and which 1ms hitherto brought the "chain stitch" into disrepute. One cannot but admire the beauty rements, and the entire absence of all none, even when running at the rate of 2000 stitches This alone must prove to it. Another merit is The parts arc made iu thc event of accident to n be replaced, at a tri ll deed, a "mechanical wonder "The simplicity niul ace d accuracy of its nd upward per minute, great recommendation the good workmanship. tcrchangeahle, so that i the niuchine, i fling cost. It —a household necessity ! part ci PHILADELPHIA PRESS, I860.—"The un paralleled success which has attended the intro duction of the Wilcox & Gil hs Sewing Machine s a sure guarantee of ils merits." r*j m ; : P — nd O u Bi * Q m o « A O M £ 3 M CO REFERENCES. Thc following neighborhood, whom we give as references, who have had the Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Muchines iu use for some time : Misses Bhukiston. Mrs. Willi: Mrs. J. B. Clarkson. Mrs. R. A. Cochran, Jr.jMrs. S. M. Reynolds. names of persons in this iMrs. Benj. Armstrong. I Mrs. T. H. Bowers. Mrs. II. Vanderford. Green. CASH PRICES. No. 1. Ornamental Iron Stand, Walnut Top, (oiled.) with Hemmer and Fel ler, No. 2. On Ornamental Iron Stand, Walnut Top, with Drawer and Lock, No. 3. On Ornumemtul 1 Polished Mahogany or Walnut Top and Drawer, with Hemmer und Fel ler. No. 4. Walnut Half Case, (oiled,) with Hemmer and Feller, No. 5. Extra llalfCase, Box. Hemmer nnd Feller, No. C. Walnut Half Case, (oiled,) Fancy Work Box, Hemmer and Feller, No. 7. Mahogany Half Case, (Polish?*!,) with Hemmer and Feller, No. 8. Full Cabinet-Case, Mahogany op Walnut with Hemmer and Feller, 56 Stand, with 58 65 11 with Work 68 .'i tli 70 76 100 Those wishing a first class Sewing Machine, would do well to call and cxaiuiuc the Wilcox & Gibbs TWISTED LOOP-STITCH FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, TLY ON CONSTAN AND FOR HAND BY SALE JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS, Middletown, Del. August 15—ly THERE IB NO R MANURE SO PERMANENT AS A $^*RAW BONES,>=^3(r FROM WHICH IS MADE WHANN'8 RAW BONE Super-Phosphate. w B Warranted Perfectly Pure mid Pne from Adulteration, Established os excellent Fertiliser by years of constant use, and highly mended by all who have used it a O recom A Great Crop Producer. N AND FEUM AXENT IMrUOVKIt OF TIIE SOIL. Every Farmer Should Use It. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. E W*lTO*, WIIAJV1V & CO. MANUFACTURERS, Wilmington, Del. E. T. EVANS, Agent, Middletown, Del. s 628 IIOOP SKIRTS. 628 AND CORSETS, CORSETS. WM. T. HOPKINS, No. 628 Arch Street, Phila. MANUFACTURER OF TIIE Celebrated " Champion " Hoop Skirts FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CIlILDRKJf, The largest assortment, and host quality and styles in the American Market. Every lady should try them, as they recommend themselves hy wearing longer, retaining their shape much better, being lighter and more clastic than all others—Warrau t ry respect, nnd sold at very low peicea. Ask for HOPKINS' "CHAMPION" SKIRT. Superior Hand-made Whale-Bone Corsets in Fifteen different Grades, rial" and Thompson A La Corsets, ranging in prices togethe •d « including the " Impe nd DON 's "Glove Fitting" 81 Cents to $5.59 ; th Joseph Hkckkl'r Celebrated French sets, superior shapes ami quality, Teu different Grades, from $1.10 to $5.50. the finest and best goods for the prices, ported. The Trade supplied ' " and Corsets at the Lowest Rates. Those visiting the City should not fail to r»ll and examine all competition. IV Woven C They are j ever iiu l'iih Hoop Skirts Goods and Prie s, as we defy Sept. 19, ISO«'. MIDDLETOWN HOTEL. J. II. WALKER. Proprietor. is iu to H AYING succeeded Mr. L. R. Daris, in tli« proprietorship of this well known, long _ tahlishcd, and popular establishment, the prescut proprietor w ill spare no pains to insure tho com fort of his guests, and make his house, fore, the fuvoritc resort of the traveling public. A w ell filled larder, a well furnished table : cent fartablc and airy apartments ; the choicest brand« of Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco ; with a deter mination to render the fullest satisfaction, bined with attentive waiters, reliable hostlers, and moderate charges, w ill, he feels assured, cure to him a continuance of the liberal pi age heretofore bestowed upon the establish Accommodation for Drov its hereto i Iron-» «meut, and Dealers iu Horses and Mules can always be secured. A lib eral share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. JOSEPH II. WALKER, Oct. 17—ly Successor to L. II. Davis. JOHN McLEAR & SON, HANKERS, WILMINGTON, DEL. M oney received on deposit ble on demand, and interest allowed. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES BOUGHT : paja id SOLD, at current market rates. GOLD AND GOLD COUPONS, Bought at highest prices. Notes, Dralts, and Interest, Collected and remitted promptly. S toc les and Loans BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Applications in person or by letter, promptly nd fully answered. ßdi" Co rrespo n de n ce invited. this JOHN McLEAR & SON, Bankers, Wilmington, Del. Aug. 1—Cmo. DR. MUSGROYE, DENTIST, ELK TON, MARYLAND, /"AFFICE—Opposite the Presbyterian Church. y~J Teeth Extracted without Pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide Gar; or by the latest improvement —the Spuay Producer, formed by Rigollne Ether. This Narcotic Spray is used where scnsitlvo teeth are to be excavated preparatory to filling, Also, for painless removal qf tfip Dental Pulp, and for minor surgical operations. ARTIFICIAL TEET1I inserted, from one to a full set. Persons fr operations will please notify by mail wise, thereby suving disappointment and loss of time. Tooth Powder and Mouth Wash kept\constantly hand; also, Dr. J. 1). White's Dentine. THOMAS II. MUSGROVE, D. D. S. Elkton, Md., January 18, 1868—ly or 56 58 65 a distance desiring protracted other 68 70 76 100 Middletown Furniture Warerooms. JOSEPH II. ENOS K EEPS constantly on hand an assortment of * URNITURE suitable to the market, con» sisting of COTTAGE suits, BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, WASHSTANDS, Parlor aud Dining Room fourniture, &c. ON FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. COFFINS of all kinds and styles; Metallic Cas kets ; Patent Burial Cases to order. Jan. 4—tf CARD. L R. DAVIS, 1 laving been appointed Justice • of the Peace, will give his attention to drawing Bonds, Deeds, and other legal instru ments. Office in Middletown. Nov. 28—tf Del.