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FUDLISKtt» tritt lAYUtDA Y,
BY HURT VANDIRFORDi
P&* Office corner Main and Scott streets, over
D. L. Dunning's Hook and Variety Store.
,00 per annum, payable in aii-ame.
Ringle copies five cents.
Advertism« Rants.—One square of ten lines,
fl for the first insertion and 25 cents for each
subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
aix months $6. For a quarter of a column three
taonths $8; six monhts $15 ; one year, with the
privilege of tour changes, $25; for half a column
$50. Fractions of a square to be counted as a
fequare. When the number of insertions is not
Marked, advertisements will be continued until
forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates; Marriages and
ueaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
confine their advertisements to their own business.
All letters should be addressed to The
middlsyoWN Transcript, Middletown, Del.
SPRING OF 1869.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS A SON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
A RE prepared to supply the Buying Public
from an unusually Large and Attractive
Assortment of NEW GOODS, complete in the
the following Departments.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRV GOODS,
Colored and Black Cloths nndCassimeres,
LADIES COLORED AND
BLACK CLOAKING CLOTHS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS,
WHITE GOODS, LINENS AND TRIMMINGS,
Latest Style Colored and Black Hals ft Caps,
Rubber Overcoats, Umbrellas & Parasols,
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens'
Gaiters and Balmorals,
Men and Boys' heavy Boots and Brogans,
Oil Cloth, Window' Shadcsand Fixtures, Carpets,
White ft Cheek Matting.,
Willow and Wooden Wnre, Cordage ft Co.
China, Glass, Queensware, and Stone Ware,
Hardware, Cutlery, Tin ft Earthenware,
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass and I'aiut Brushes,
GROCERIES, SPIÇES, PICKLES,
CANNED FRUITS, JELLIES AND SAUCES,
TOBACCO, SNUFF I CIGARS,
Highly Perfumed nod Washing Soaps ft Candles,
Fish, Salt, Flour, Provision., 4c.
Preers and Shaken Vegetable aud Garden Seeds.
Star Mill« Seamless Grain Bugs,
Which we me constantly receiving in new and
fresh lots, and offer for sale ut the lowest market
rates on the most reasonable terms.
THREE VALUABLE FARMS
Situate near the Chapel on the Publie road
from Easton to Hillsboro', did.
FIIIIE subscriber offer# at Private Sale, Three
X Farms situate iu Chapel District of Talbot
county, as follows ; *
No. 1 CONTAINS ABOUT 250 ACRES
Of land more or less, improved by a good Two
Htory DWELLING, nearly new; Out Buildings
In good repair, sufficient for all purposes.
Peach and Apple orchards on the farm, Abuild
ajice of Wood aud Timber.
8'ituate directly on the public road from Easton
to Chapel, containing 110 ACRE8, more
Dne Building on the land. Wood
land sold with it if desired. Land a red clay
•oil, in good condition, nnd susceptible of a high
state of cultivation.
Situate on the Public, rood from Chapsl to Hills
borough, containing about iso ACRES of land,
more or le#«. One-story DWELLING In ordina
ry repair. Abundant« of Wood and Timber:
•oil fair nnd easily improved.
For particular* apply to the undersigned, or to
J. J. 8. Nicholson, at the Chapel.
SARAH A. SCOTT.
Rhodes Super Phosphate
THE STANDARD MANURE.
POTTS & KLETT
Camden, New Jersey.
The attention of Farmer, is especially called to
RHODES SUPER PHOSPHATE
A. the most valuable and reliable manure for
wheat and grass, as well as for other crops, as
attested by an experience of fifteen years.
This long established nnd standard manure is
prepared expressly for Drilling und particular
care is taken to maintain lha high reputation it
We are prepared to furnish the Rhode* Super
Phosphate in [ibis, or in bags of 200 lbs. us muv
lie desired, J
pB* For sale by dealers, and by
YARNALL k TRIMBLE,
418 South Wharves, 419 Penn Street,
T HE Copartnership hitherto existing between
the undersigned, under the name of John A.
Reynolds k Sons, is this day dissolved by mutual
Sonsent, E. Reynolds retiring. •
All persons indebted to the late firm will please
call and settle up to the 1st of January, 1869, c.z
we wish the business all dosed up to that date.
S. M. REYNOLDS.
."aderslgned will continue the business at
the old stand, under the style of John A. Rey
nolds ft Son. J
, pe*t favors, we hop*, by strict at
business, to merit a continuation of
I. A. REYNOLDS,
6. 11. REYNOLDS.
a«. 1 op ,F°T?,V nit J 40 ™turn my thanks to
the publie for the liberal patronage so kindlv be
stowed upon the Ute firm'durlng g m y connexion
with it, aud cordially ask a continuation of the
same to my successor. E. REYNOLDS
March 13th, 1869.—lm
tar WHOOPING COUGH
DELAVEAU'8 CELEBRATED REMEDY.
M*- Price Fifty Cents.
Prepared at Sixth and Wood Sts. PhibtdelphU.
Ask your Drnggist for it.
J. M. COX & BRO.
j*»- MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
ALL WORK FROM THIS ESTABLISHMENT
TO GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION.
Repairing promptly attended to,
Mawh 13— Ümo#.
Cecil Domucrat, and Whig, New# and Tran
script, Chestertown, Smyrna Times, and Centre
ville Observer ropy 6 months and send bill and
paper to advertiser.
Farmers and Consumers Take Notice.
FARMERS * CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS
T HE most Reliable and Cheapest place to buy
your Dry Goods is at
JOHN R. GREEN'S,
No. 7 NORTH SECOND STREET,
First Dry Goods Store above Market St.
All Goods sold at a small advance over cost.
Quick Sales—Small Profits, our motto. Honest
and fair dealing the best policy. We guarantee
to sell as cheap n# any store in the city. Buyers
visiting the city will be sure to find the best Sheet
ing A Shirting Muslins, at the very lowest mar
ket prices. Medium and fine white Flannels,
Grey and Bud Twilled Flannels, Ginghams, Blue
Drill. Ticking, Check, Crash. Tip top assort
Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Shirt
Always on hand, cheap.
A I„ r „„ „ tsortmeBt of 6u f,.fl nis hed Cambric,
Soft Mull, Victoria Lawn,
F LAID .J STRIPED MUS LINS for DRESSES
Brilliante, Fig. Piqne or Marseilles, Children's,
Ladies' and Gent's Lined Hdkfs. Children's,
Men's and Ladies' Bleached and unbl'd Hose,
Gent's Merino Uudershirts and Drawes, medium
and low price. Dress Goods in season. Prints,
all prices, red and black, Table Covers, Ac.
Wp «til attention to our large assortment of
Men and Boys' Wear, low and medium price. All
wool Cassimere, Satinets, Cottonades, Lincndrills,
Kentucky Jeans, Ac,
We keep the best selection of Black Alpaca in
this city. We exercise extreme caution i
purchasing of these goods, in order to procure per
fect colors and good quality. We say, without
fear of contradiction, we sell the best Black Al
paca in the city for the money. Constantly re
ceiving Job Lots of Goods. Do not forget the
No. 7 North Second .Street, above Market Street,
March G —3m
John R. Green.
Improved Wheel Cultivator.
A FTER four years experimenting nnd practi
cal exjicricnce with Wheel Cultivators, I
offer to the public this Great Labor-Saving
Machine. It lms been used by some of the best
practical Farmers in Cecil, Kent, nnd Queen
Anne's counties, for three years, and its merits
have been tested by similftr machines, and in all
cases the award has been given to Townsend's
Improved Cultivator. It is now the favorite im
plement of the best Practical Farmers, wherever
it has been used, for the cultivation of Corn, Sor
gum, Potatoes, Strawberries, or Vegetables in
gcncrul. Also for preparing Fallow Lands or
Corn Ground for Wheat. Now, I offer fbr sale,
State, County, District and Shop Right», for
manufacturing, and on reasonable terms ; as the
Cultivator is inconsiderable demand, and bound
to come into general use. For further Informa
tion address JAMES TOWNSEND,
Head of Sassafras, Kent county, Md.
UuTHBi'ii«, Queen Anne's Co. Md.
1 Imre used Townsend's Wheel Cultivator this
season in the culiivation of my corn crop with
excellent result«. For thorough tillage I think
of the best implements I have ever used or
seen ; it certaiuly is a great machine, doing the
work of two Cultivators, thereby saving the
board and wages of one hand.
CHARLES K. MORRIS.
Centrbvii.lb, Queen Anne's Co. Md.
I have seen " Townsend's Cultivator'" in
ration, and concur fuilv in what is said for it!
\V. J. GIBSON.
Heao or Sassafras, Kent County, Md.
I lake great pleasure in recommending Town
Bend's Wheel Cultivator to the agrigulturists of
Kent county, having used one of his machines
for the two seasons past in the cultivation of my
corn crop. For thorough tillage it is one of the
best implements I have ever seen.
ROBERT S. GRIFFITH.
Head or Sassafras, Kent County, Md.
Having seen Townsend's Wheel Cultivator in
operation through our section of country, will
say that we believe it to be what the farmer has
long needed in the cultivation of his
W. J. GRIFFITH,
DAVID B. GRIFFITH, Eabtom, Md.
IIiad of Sassafras, Kent County, Md.
I have used
tors this season with great satisfaction. As a la
bor-saving Machina it has no equal—hilling the
corn up beautifully, and leaving the land in
good condition for the oat crop to follow.
of Townsend's Wheel Cultiva
Hbad or SASSAraaa, Md. Nor. 10th, 1866.
Mr. Jaubs Towsbskd, Dear Sir :—I used one
rour Patent Cultivators in tilling my corn,
-.jd I was very much pleased with its work, and
I recommend them to any farmer that has twenty
acres of corn to till. B. F. H. CAULK.
CacuTox, Cecil Co, Md.
great pleasure in recommending Town
send's Wheel Oultirator to tho agriculturist* of
Cecil county, having used one of his
while with my father for two years. I have now
purchased one of them for myself. They are one
of the best machines now in nee for corn.
WILLIAM H. LOFLAND.
And for further information, address
WILLIAM RICHARDSON, Centreville, Md.
SAMUEL T. EARLE. CentreviUe, Md.
GEORGE JONES, Middletown, Del.
STEPHEN B, LOFLAND, Ceciltou, M,
JOHN Z. CLARK, Cecilton, Md.
WiLBLIAM CONLYN, Cecil Co. Md
Col. GEORGE DAVIS, Smyrna, Del.
Price only $50,—Agents Wanted.
Head of Sassafras, Kent County, Md.
Fsb, 8—2m» _ .
BOOK, STATIONERY, AND
S CHOOL BOOKS and Miscellaneous Works,
Bibles, Prayer Books aud Hymn Books,
Blank Books, in various styles and Mgdtog;
Tuck, Memorandum and Pass Books.
Writing, Letter, and Note Paper,
Envelopes, in variety ;
Mourning Paper and Envelopes to match.
Photograph Albums, Work Boxes, Fancy Boxes,
Writing Desks, Ladies' Satchels, Pocket Books,
Port Folios, Purses, Port Monaies, Segar
Cases, Picture Frames, Tassel and
Cords, Looking Glasses,
BACK G A MAI ON BOARDS, CHESS AND
CHECKER MEN , GAMES of all KINDS.
Rubber Pencils and Penholders,
Writing Fluid and Ink Stands,
Pocket Cutlery, Roger's Scissors, ac.
Sleeve Huttons, Studs, Breast Pins, Finger Rings
Combs, Brushes, Nail and Tooth Ri'ushc*.
Gum Bands, Watch Keys, Key Rings,
and Puff Boxes.
A fine assortment of Colgate & Co's. Soap.
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
\\ right's and Taylor's Superior Extracts,
Pomades, Hair Oils,
And Dental Soap of the First Quality.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Neck Ties of various styles, Bismarck Collars,
Gloves, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Cuffs, Wristlets,
Segars, Tobacco Pipes, Meerschaums, and To
Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Wicks and Coal OR.
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES.
New York Ledger, Harper's Weekly, Bazaar apd
Magazine, trank Leslie, Chimuey Corner,
Weekly, Girls and Boys Weekly,
Gleason's Literary Companion, Ac.
Godey's Peterson's, Atlantic, Arthur's, Gal
axy and Mm'e Demurest's Magazines.
I). L. DUNNING,
Corner of Main and Scott streets,
A SAFE BLOOl) PURIFIER,
A PLEASANT BEVERAGE,
A SPLENDID TONIC.
A CERTAIN! CURE
Preventive of Diseases.
T HE ZINGARI BITTERS are compounded
from a prescription of the celebrated Egyp
tian .physician, Dr. Cheopsus, who, after years
of trial and experiment, discovered the Zingurijii
Herb, the most remarkable vegetable production
the earth, perhupi, has ever yielded—certainly
the most effective in the cure of disease. It, in
combination with the other valuable properties
of which theZingari Bitters is composed, will cure
Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Billions Fe
ver, Cholic, Colds, Bronchitis, Con
sumption in its first stage, Flatu
lency ., Nervous Debttky, Fe
Rheumatism , Dysente
ry, Acute and Chronic Di
arrhoea, Cholera Morbus, Cholera,
Typhoid and Typhus Fever, Yel
low Fever, Scrofula, Diseases of the
Kidneys, JIubitual Costive ness, drc. drc.
In the prevention and cure of the above diseas
es, it lias never been known to fail, ns thousands
ofuur most prominent Chilene throughout all parts
of the country, will testify. Let theuttlictcd send
for circular containing testimonials and certifi
cates of those who iiave been cured after their ...
ses have been pronounced hopeless by our best
F. RAIITER k CO.
No. 0 N. Front St. Philadelphia,
Ex-Gov. David R. Porter, of Pennsylvania,
lion. Robert J. Fisher, "
Hon. Edward McPherson, "
Hon. Joal B, Danner, u
Hon. Win. McSherry, a
JÇSYSend for Circulars.
Feb. G —dy
IW IUIDDI.KTOW.«, DEI,.
North En.t Corner at Uk> amt Broad Street*.
T HE undersigned n ashes to inform his friends
and the public at large, that he has com
menced the Baking Business in all its depart
ments, and will keep constantly on hand,
Bread, Cakes, Crackers, Pies, Candy,
And will supply Weddings, and Parties, with all
sorts of Cake# at short notice.
He has engaged a first class Baker to attend to
He will also continue the Painting Business in
all its Branches. FRANCIS TARONI.
March 6, 1869—tf
AMERICAN & SWISS WATCHES.
M. E. DICKkO.V,
No. 35) SOUTH EIGHTH STREET,
SKS attention to his fine selected stock of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest Styles nnd the best Factory make.
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, and Butter Knives,
which will be sold at a very small advance.
Particular attention paid to repairing
Fine Watches and Jewelry.
THOMAS MASSEY, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
■rig oppoalte Walker'. Hotel,
C LOCKS, Wotchea, Jewelry, *c. neatly and
Alwaya on hand and for nie, Clock., Watches,
Plated Ware, Fork., Spoon., Silver Napkin
Ring> r Silver Thimbles, Salt, Sugar and Tea
Spoons, Butter Knivea, Gold - Breast-Pins, Kur
Rinçà,. Finger-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Watch
Chainf, .Watch Keys, Key Ridgs, Steel Watch
F or rent,
The Rooms now occupied by J. J. Van.
derford. Possession given 25th of March. '
March 20 —tf.
MARTIN E. WALKER,
tfOR SALE CHEAP,
J- A York Carriage and Harness.
Apply to J. J. VADERFORD,
March 20—lm. Middletown, Del.
1 00,000 No. 1 OSAGE ORANGE QUICKS,
for sale by SAMUEL H. CRAW FORD,
March 20 —lm* Near Warwick, Md.
O-. W. W. NAUDAIN,
is opening tv fresh stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
P urchased al„oe the f«ll ill man? kind» of
the same. [icing bought for Cash, and frqm
first principally—.hence wcavold (lipsecopd
profit of the jobber and Intend giving the advan
tage tq our liberal friends.
Uur stock consista of Mnrlnom, hlk. col'd Al
pacas, Wool Pupllna, Wool do, Caines. Good
assortment of Prints, Cotton find Wool Flannels,
1, IF, ihj Bleach'd and llro. Muslin, Balmoral
Skirts, Snnwls and Hoods, Ladies Vests. Gents
Knit Skirts and Drawers, Whltsand Col'd Blank
HATS AND CAPS, DRUGGETS,
CARPET AND OIL CLOTHS,
Painted Window Shades
GLOVES, HOSIERIES, AND
In fact, Anything kept in a first class country
We call particular attention to our fine stock of
Over-Coating», Cloth» & Oaifiimeres,
which we roaku a Speciality,
Receiving from the Manufacturers, Ladies'
Misses, and Children's »Shoes, Gents sewed npd
MggW, doui»k' Upper and sole, Calf Boots, Men's
h§ayy, winter limits & Shoes, that WÇ have made
of the beat material ; and guarantee satisfaction.
RI ACKERET, SHAD« AND HERRING
Always on Hand.
THOMPSONS' G LOVE FITTING CORSETS
GENTS ARCTIC OVERSHOES ,
MENS BUCK G A UNTLETTS,
A Stock of Dried Fruit Consisting of
LA Y ER RAISINS,
NEW DRIED CURRANTS,
NEW DRIED CITRON,
Also an extra article of
Liberal discount for cash, and show Goods with
Ci. W. W. NAIIDAIN.
Raw Bone Super Phosphate of Lime.
W E offer to Farmers andJDealers in Manures
the present season our Raw Bone Super
Phosphate of Lime as being highly improved.
It is nut noccssary at this day, to argue the
claims of this manure, as a useful and economical
.application for Corn, Oats, and all Spring crops.
The article has a reputation of over fifteen years
standing, and is still manufactured by the origi
Farmers will please send their orders to the
Dealer early, us this only will ensure a supply.
BA UGH & SONS,
Office No. 20 South Delaware Ave.
EMPIEE SEWING MACHINE.
R ECEIVED the First Prize at the Great Fair of
the American Institute in \ T nw Vs.rlr
-the American Institute, in New York, Oct.
26, 1867, und highest premium for liest mnnufac
so, moi, unci nignest premium tor
taring machine ut Darts Exposition, July, 1807.
Why is it the best? It runs over seams all
right ; it will tube fifty stitches lo the inch—finer
than any other machine will ; It will sew heavier
and thicker goods than any other machine ; it
uses any and every kind of thread ; it sews
starched goods as well as unstarched ; it sews the
most delicate, thin, softFabric, without drawing.
It sews a bias seam as well as any other.
Agents wanted,—Liberal discouut given.
Empire Sewing Machine Company,
294 Bowery, New York.
EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED.
Feb. 13, 1869—3mos.
TO FARMERS !!
S. J. STAATS & STANERT,
I NFORM their friends nnd the public generally
that they have taken Wilson's Shops, in
WARWICK, MD. und will carry on the
Machine Business, Blacksmithing &
All sorts of Jobbing and Repairing will be
promptly attended to at moderate rates.
Particular attention paid to
HORSE SHOEING, and also to PUMl* MAKING.
They will also manufacture and keep for sale, a
HORSE POWER POST BORER,
an invaluable implement to farmers. It Bores
Rost, Points Raid, Mortises Posts, Saws Wood.&c.
H ARNESS_M AKIN G.
T HE undersigned having succeeded Wdi. T.
Gallaher in the above business in
Is prepared to furnish every article iu his line
the most reasonable terms.
His experience justifies his promise that
ALL HIS WORK WILL RE OF THE
And gives him confidence to solicit a share of the
.^"HisShop is on Main street, in tbe house
formerly occupied by Wm. T. Gallaher.
WM. C. DRAPER.
EUGENE M. HANSON
WATSON & DE YOUNG,
IMl'OIlTEItS AND JOBBER* Of
Hosiery, Notions, White Goods, dec.
No. »83 MARKET STREET,
tW Orders promptly attended to.
NOTICE ! !
P UISONS who Bred Mares to tho Stallions
George M. Patchem and Prince Albert, last
year, are hereby notified that the Mon
ey is now due, an.d prompt payment is|
expected, either by Ciish or Note.
Mh. 13—lm» JAMES T. SHALLCi
Juntes H. Fraser, M. D.
O FFERS his professional services to tho public.
Office at thcrçsidcnce of R. M. Black Vic.
The Metropolitan Gift Company.
Cash Gifts to the amount of $250,000
Every Ticket draws a Prise.
I PIVE cash gifts, Mott ÜO.UOO ; |0 cash gifts,
. each $5,0QQ ; so cash gifts, twch $1,000 ; 40
cash gifts, each $500 ; 200 cash gtftf, each #100
200 cash gifts, each $50 ; 50 elegant Rosewood
Pianos, $300 to $750; 75 elegant MglQdeons,
each $75 to $100; 350 . ewiug Machines, each
$G0 to $175; 500 Gold Watches, eaph $75 to
$300; Cash Prize, Silver Ware, etu, nil valued
A chance to draw any of the above Prises for
25 cents. Tickets describing prizes are sealed in
envelopes and well mixed. On receipt of 25 cts.
a sealed ticket is drawn without choice and sent
by mail to any address. The prize named upon
it will be delivered to the ticket holder on pay
ment of$l. Prizes are immediately sent to any
address by express or return mail.
\ou will know what your prise is before you
pay for it. Any prize exchanged fur another of
same value. No Blanks. Our pAtrons can depend
on fair dealing.
References. —We select the following from
many who have lately drawn Valuable Prizes
and kindly permitted us to publish them: S. T.
Wilkins, Buffalo, $5,000: Miss Annie Monroe,
Chicago, Piano, $050 ; John D. Moore, Louisville,
$ 1,000; Miss Emma Walworth, Milwaukee,
Piano, $500; Rev. E. A.Day, New Orleans, $500.
We publish no names without permission.
Opinions of the Press " The firm is reliable,
and deserve their success."— Weekly Tribune , Oct.
8. •* We know them to be a fair dealing firm."
— N. Y. Herald , Oct. 58. A friend of ours drew
a $500 prize, which was promptly received."—
Daily News, December 3.
Send for circular. Liberal inducements to
agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every pack
age of sealed envelopes contains one cash gift.
Six Tickets 1$ ; 13 for $ 2 ; 35 for 5$; 110 for
$15. All letters should be address to
HARPER, WILSON ft CO.
173 Broadway, N. Y
MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE.
S. W. ROBERTS,
f PARES pleasure in announcing to his friends
A- of Middletown and surrounding country,
that the liberal pat ronge he has received lias in
duced him to offer to the public the greatest va
riety, and best selected stock of Stoves, both
Cooking and Heating, ever offered in Middletown,
and at prices that cannot fail to pleasQ, Among
the assortment arc the following
NIAGARA, NOBLE COOK,
CORAL COOK, WM. PENN,
and others made in the city.
* PARLOR STOVES.
GAS BURNING BASE,
Also, SEXTON S PARLOR HEATERS.
UNION AIR TIGHT,
Stoves of all kinds suitable tor Stores, Offices,
Bar-rooms, and School Houses.
Also, the Morning Glory and the Oriental, both
unsurpassed in beauty and efficiency. They can
be seen in operation at the store of the proprietor.
All sizes of Bar-room Stoves and Teu-plate
Stoves repaired at short notice.
Old Stoves taken in exchange.
.^■Ö-TIN WARE at wholesale and retail.
As I have practical workmen
I can give satisfaction to all u
ing and Spouting.
employed, I think
ho favor me with
Particular attention paid to Roof
S. W. ROBERTS.
Middletown, January 4, 18G8—ly
npiIE subscribers offer lo the eitixens of Middlr
t0 "' n «n«! surrounding country their thunks
fur the very liberal patronage thcy.have received
nml embrace this medium in announcing to all
builders nod contractors nod those in wont o
Lumber, that they are prepared to supply them
on the most liberal terms. We have reduced our
price, ns tbe market has demanded, nod v.c think
that they will compnre with the city priées. Our
stock is very large, embracing a full assortment
AND OAK FRAMING STUFF,
WHITE PINE BOARDS,
WHITE PINE DO.
WHITE PINE SIDING.
YELLOW PINE FLOORING,
SPRUCE AND CYPRESS SHINGLES
PLAIN AND FANCY PICKETING.
SASH, DOORS ANJ) BLINDS.
X4TNAILS AND SPECIALITIES.^
CALCINE PLASTER, LIME k HAIR
PAINTS, OIL, TURPENTINE,
VARNISH, DRY JAPAN, GLASS.
J. B. FENIMORE ft CO.,
On the Railroad, above the National Hotel.
TO THE FARMING COMMUNITY.
T HE subscriber respectfully calls the attention
of the Farmers of New Custle co. Del. and
Cecil and Kent counties ,Md. to the following list
of standard Fertilizers, always kept on hand,
and furnished to order, at any station on the
Delaware Railroad, or on Chesapeake aud Dela
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE,
Moro Phillips' Super Phosphate,
Whann's Super Phosphate,
Croasdalc's Super Phosphate,
HEWES' SUPER PHOSPHATE,
COE'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
Berger and Butz' Super Phosphate.
BAUGH'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE,
E. T. EVANS,
Opposite Depot, Middletown, Del.
O LD NEWSPAPERS, a cheap and convenient
Wrapping Paper, for salt at this offiee.
W. M. KENNARD,
304 & 306
Having enlarged and improved
his Carpet Room and filled
it with a choice assort
WINDOW SHADES, MATTS, 40.
Is now prepared to offer as good
bargains as any house in
New York or Philadel
phia, his facilities
for buying being equal to any.
FINE INGRAIN CARPETS.
Medium Ingrain Carpets.
Hall and Stair
OLD AND NEW
All Widths White and Red
All Widths Floor
STAIR OIL CLOTHS.
WINDOW SHADES AND
MATTS, &C. &C.
W. M. KENNARD,
804 Sc. 306 Market art.
Feb. 28, 1889— y.
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AftE NOW 0OHPLBT89..
A s.«* MlM pf the western Bpftiup yt Ifc#
out »ISfitTfilBîflWi spalst) d»B»,
267 Mile« Remain
To be finished, to open tbe Grapd Through
Liqe jo tbe Pacific. This Opening
will certainly take place early
tjijjs fien son.
Resides a donation front tbe Gorefnineut of
13,000 acres of land per mile, the Company Is
entitled to a subsidy In U. 8. Bonds
completed aqd accepted, at the average rate of
about $20,itoo per mile, according to tbe difficul
tics encountered, for which the Uororament takes
a second Ban u security, Whether subsidies are
given to a«y other iiampafiies nr not, the Govern*
ment will comply with all its contracts with the
Union Pacific Railroad Company. Nearly the
»bol* ninonnt of bunds to which the Company
*111 be entitled have already been delivered.
its line as
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
By its charter, the Company is permit,
ted to issue its own First Mortgage Bonds
to the same amount «g the Government
Bonds, and no piore. 'These Bonds #re It
First Mortgftge upon the entire ro*4 aqd
They have thirty ye»r» to run, fit kit
per cent, and both
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST
PAYABLE IN GOLD.
Such securities are
in proportion to the length of time they
have to run. The longeât fix per ceut,
gold interest bonds of the U. S. (the 'Si's) -
will be due iu 12 years, and they aro worth
112. If they had 30 years to run. they
would stand at not less than 125, A per
fectly safe First Mortgage Rood like the
Union Pacific should approaoh this rftte.
The demand for European investment in
already considerable, and on the comple
tion of the work will doubtless carry th«
price to a large premium.
SECURITY OF THE BONDS.
no argument to rbow tbat a
First Mortgage of 826,500 per mile upo B
what for a long time must be tbe only
railroad connecting the Atlantic and P».
ctfie States is perfectly
tire amount of the mortgage will be about
830,000,000, and tbe interest $1,800,000
per annum iu gold. The present currency
cost of this interest is less than $2,500,
000 per annum, while the gross earnings
for the year 18U8, from way business only
on an average of less than 700 miles of
road in operation, were more than
FIVE MILLIONS DOLLARS,
Tbs detail* of which are n follow*;
" J*?' 1 ». 136,235.60
" Government troop«...104,077^77
" „ " freight... 44», 440.83
" Contractor*' men.201,179.09
" material. »68, 430.82
This large amount is only an indication
of the immense traffic that must go over
the through line in a few months, whew
the great tide of Pacific coast travel and
trade will begin, It is estimated that this
business must make the earnings of thfi
PROM FIFTEEN TO TWENTY
Millions a Year.
As the supply of these Bonds will soon
cease, parties who desire to invest in them
will find it to their interest to do
_ _ so a(
The price at present is par and
itcrest from «Jan. J, in ourrenojr.
A new Pamphlet and Map waa bailed
Ootober, list, containing a report of tho
progress of the work to that dato, and a
wore complete atatement in relation to tba
value of the bonds than can be given in an
advertisement, which will be aent free
DE HAVEN &RRO.
Dealers in Govt. Securities, Gold. &o.
»«• 49, SOUTH 9é FT,
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