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PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY,
BY HENRY VAWDBRFOIID.
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When the number of insertions is not
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forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates; Marriages and
Deaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
business.
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Middletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
confine their advertisements to their
Office corner Main and Scott streets.
Correspondence of the Middletown Transcript.
^ Warwick, August 25th, 1869.
HHp Mr. V anderford, Dear Sir :—There will be a
1^ running ruce at Warwick, on Wednesday, Sep
|L - member the 1st, for a stake of $500, between
»black mare Fannie Rhinor, named and entered
-■4 by Benj. M. Crawford, and bay mare Crazy Jane,
£» named and entered by Edward Coppage—dis
P tance, 440 yards.
Mr. J. J. Cranor is training his stallion Dan
Tucker. Dan's friends are very sweet on him,
and are willing to run him against anything that
stands on iron, from 600 yards to a mile and re
peat. G. C. F.
Nkgro Outrages Upon White Women.
—Two young girls, residing near Station
14, on the Georgia Central Railroad, were
brutally outraged by negroes, some days
ago ; and the crime was followed up by
of the fiends cutting off the arm of
his victim in revenge for the loss of his
own arm, which he alleged he had lost in
consequence of a gunshot wound inflicted
by her father, who formerly owned him.
Information was received here yester
day that two white girls, aged respectively
fifteen and thirteen years, daughter of a
highly respectable citizen of Rockbridge
county, whose name we withhold for the
present, were most brutally outraged on
Friday last by two black fiends, the old
est of whom is not more than sixteen
years, and the youngest but about fifteen.
We were unable to gather the full partic
, niais of these fiendish deeds, but from
wbat we could learn it appears that
the villains waylaid their victims not far
from the house of their parents, and nc
.coinplished their atrocious purpose. One
•of the scoundrels was captured Sunday
morning and lodged in jail in Lexington.
The other was still at large Sunday even
ing, but the people of the entire neigh
borhood in which the outrages were per
petrated arc scouring the country in search
of him, and he has probably been arres
ted by this time .—Lynchburg News, Au
guit 24(A.
The two negroes who outraged a young
lady living at F ront Royal a few days ago
were taken from the jail of that town by a
e of disguised men, about two o'clock
sday morning and hanged.
Hon. Jolm 0. Breckinridge contem
plate» becoming law professor in tho Ken
tucky University.
OIIITIAK V.
Friend after friend depart.
Who hath not lost a friend?
bereaved
•hearts, to chronicle the death of one of our most
influential citizens of Delaware, William M. Van
degrift, yet, when God so ordains the arch-angel
of death to snatch from our living grasp our
dtftrest friends of earth, we can with Christian
ftülillèarftnce but meekly say, "Thy
Oh! Lord, be done." Mis health having failed
him he departed to Berkeley Springs, thinking
» it would be conducive in invigorating his vitai
ft frame. Friends
JI when our Creator whispered, " Friend, come up
8 higher." He leaves a loving companion and an
i only son to mourn his untimely end. But how
p cheering is the thought to their bereaved hearts,
' there is ever a hope that will buoy them up—al
though separated from him by the ties of earth,
can
Sad though the thought, to
ill 1
physici;
couid restore,
when done battling the conflicts of life
see and love him in Heaven." On earth we oft
have sorrows to encounter, if we ouly glance
heavenward and rest 'assured beyond that blue
arch there is a home prepared for our weary,
tired souls. Reader, is there not one waiting tor
you beyond those pearly gates? Memory may
carry you back to the time y ou took the lust look
imprinted the last kiss on the pale-faced moth
er, or scanned the beloved form of your father.
Father ! may swell up from your almost breaking
hearts, but the ear that was ever wont to listen to
your feeblest cry hears it no more—his eyes are
closed in death.* Dead ! no ! he ia not dead, but
sleepeth ! The spirit of angelic music within him
seemed faint, to grow weary of its arduous strug
gles to burst its prison burs. He is exonerated
from the ties of earth ; a sublime worshiper in a
temple not made with hands ; a soul feeding on
the fruition of the future; a grand ideal soul,
with an immortal hunger, though inheriting a
kingdom whose arch scaled heaven, and yet dis»
• - dained not to touch the ca-th of humanity; a
glad inspired wanderer through all the realms of
light. He seemed to be aware his stay on earth
would he short, though perfectly resigned, if
God's will to take him from earth,
a blissful hope, that he hud gone to reap the re
ward of ft well spent life. He oft has drank from
the fountain of earth—
pure perepnial fountain in the neighborhood of
the throne of God. He oft communed in the
temple of God ; is now a tr^ of life : will know
winter, on the hank of the river that rolls its
silvery stream, through the city of God, he
pitched his tent in the grove of Paradise. He
was interred in the cemetery of Drawyers' by the
side of his friends who went home to Heaven
years before.
lie felt a
can drink from that
lb
Lizzie B. A.
THE MARKETS. •
MIDDLETOWN MARKET.
CORRECTED WEEKLY
A. T. BRADLEY.
W'heat, old.
Wheat, new.
Corn yellow.......
" white."
.$1 25
1 50
1 12
.1 07
Oats, new.
Timothy Seed.
Clover' Seed.
Eggs..
Butter.
Live Spring Chickens.
iÀrd .
Beef.
Hams.
Sides.
Shoulders.
Pota togs, ........... ......
Potatoes, New....
50
...10 75
.20 its doz
.3 5(S}40 cts. lb
.. [email protected] ,r "
..24(«,25 11 "
.. [email protected] " "
..25030 " "
..23025 " "
..19020 " "
450 50$ bushel.
.40045 $ "
PHILADELPHIA.
$1 55(5)1 57
.$i 20
Prime new red wheat
Corn,
Oats (Pennsylvania)
Cloversecd.
Timothy.
yellow
57
$9 00
$4 75
WILMINGTON.
1 [email protected] 45
Wheat, prime.
Corn, New.
Oats..
floor.
1 15
85
..ST OOf^ lO 2!)
A contemporary suggests that an agree
able way of partaking of peaches is to slice
and cover them with sugar, then let them
remain on ice till they freeze. Equal parts
of sweet wine and cream should then be
poured over the fruit, and a most delicious
dish is presented to the palate.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Religious Notice. —Divine Service ( D. V.) on
to-morrow (Sunday 15th, inst. ) at the usual
hour, in Saint Ann's Church, 10} A. M.
INGRAM k GIBSON'S PRICE CURRENT.
20cls. Lard
Hogs
Hogs, alive
Potatoes, round 45.
Feathers
Honey
20cts.
Eggs
Butter
Chickens, dressed 17.
Ducks
Turkies
Geese
16.
13.
8
20 .
65.
20 .
15.
$ 2 . 00 .
Beans
The above prices will be paid in cash for pro
duce delivered in good order ; and we wish to
say that we keep constantly on hand a good
sortaient of Groceries and Provisions which
will sell reasonably for cash, at the Corner of
Broad and Anderson Streets, Middletown, Del.
INGRAM k GIBSON.
March 20—tf
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING.
228 MARKET STREET, 2nd Door below THIRD
WILMINGTON.
rpiIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
Ready Made Clothing in Delaware,
Our Own Make,
at less than Philadelphia Prices.
Clothing is made in Superior manner by
PRACTICAL TAILORS.
ELAWARE.
on hand, and will be sold
All
The Proprietor having an experience of over
thirty years in this Business, will guarantee satis
faction to any purchaser.
A full line of
FINE CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES, and
VESTINGS,
Constantly on baud for
ORDER WORK,
which will he made in the
par LATEST STYLE AND BEST MANNER,
At No. 228 Market Street,
Oldest Established Clothing Emporium
in Delaware.
Edward Moore.
March 16— y
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, ami CATARRH
treated with the utmost success, by J. Isaacs,
M. D. and Professor of Disease of the Eye
Ear, in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 12
years experience, (formerly of Leyden, Holland,)
No. 805 Arch Street. Phila.
nd
Testimonials can
be seen at his office. The medical faculty
vited to
secrets
without pain. No charge for examination.
accompany their patients, us he 1ms no
in his practice, Artificial eyes inserted
NEW STOVE, TIN
AND
HOUSE-FURNISHING STORE.
THOMAS II. ROTHWLLL'S
NEW BUILDING,
North Side of Main Street, 4 Buildings West
of Town Hall,
Middletown, Delaware.
Where he has constantly on hand, and is pre
pared to manufacture
ALL KINDS OF TIN WARE
At Short Notice.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND S10UTING.
Orders respectfully solicited
ded to.
id promptly utten
STOVES.
THE NATIONAL
- CONTINENTAL,
ORIENTAL
CHARM,
GEM,
SUN,
LITTLE GIANT
BRILLIANT,
I
Prize and the Victor Cook.
Orders will be received and promptly filled for
any kind of Stove that may be ordered.
GALVANIZED RUSSIA AND SHEET IRON
ZINC,
COAL IIODS, 8EIVKB,
POWERS, SHOVELS,
TEA KETTLES, BAKE PANS, WAFFLE IRONS
SAD IRONS, BRASS k ENAMELLED
PRESERVING KETTLES,
ENAMELLED SAUCE PANS,
TEA BELLS, JAPANNED CHAMBER BUCKETS,
SPITTOONS, WAITERS, LANTERNS,
FLOUR AND PEPPER BOXES,
SAND CUPS ; MATCH SAFES (Cast Iron,)
MOLASSES CUPS,
PEACH CANS,
( »Soldered and Self-Sealing )
PATENT CLOTHES FRAMES, kc. kc. kc.
Prompt attention to business, moderate prices,
competent workmen, and a determination to
please, nmy at all times he expected by those who
may favor him with their custom.
Aug. 28— y
CHEAP FOR CASH.
T hree fruit drying houses for
SALE—A No. 1 article for drying
Wm. L. BUCKE l
Middletown. Pol. Aug. 28—3t
Peaches
k SON.
to
TO OPEN THE FALL TRADE.
STRAWBRIDGE k CLOTHIER
OFFER
FIVE THOUSAND PIECES
OF
MUSLINS,
In
by
is
Bought under market rates for cash, and offered
at less than our usuul
LOW PRICES.
IN SHIRTINGS.
NEW YORK MILLS,
OUR OWN MAKE,
WASÜTTA,
WILLI AMSVILLE,
WARREN,
HOUSEKEEPER,
PEQUOT,
ARKWRIGHT,
FORESTDALE,
ARLINGTON,
WHITNEY,
HILL,
BRIGHTS,
TRENTON.
IN SHEETINGS.
10-4 UTICA,
10-4 PEQUOT,
10-4 ANDROSCOGGIN,
10-4 WALTHAM,
12-4 HUGUENOT,
11-4 HUGUENOT.
IN PILLOW CASE MUSLINS.
8-4 WALTHAM,
8-4 ANDROSCOGGIN,
6-4 UTICA,
6-4 WALTHAM,
5-4 PEQUOT,
5-4 WAMSUTTA,
5-4 NASHUA,
5-4 BOOT.
IN UNBLEACHED OOODS.
AN IMMENSE STOCK, COMPRI
SING EVERY MAKE.
Just Receive«!
TEN CASES CANTON FLANNELS,
All the above by the yard, piece or package,
according to the wants of
Families, Hotels and Public
Institutions.
We are determined to increase
already
LARGE MUSLIN TRADE
by alvvaya keeping the prices so low as to make
it the interest of every consumer in aud near
Philadelphia to deal entirely at our house.
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER
Central Dry Goods House,
Cor. EIGHTH and MARKET Sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
5 § ÿ Ï ä 5 5 ^
Aug. 28—6mos.
J. STEWART DEPÜY.
'253 South Second Street , above Spruce ,
PHILADELPHIA,
"\T OW offers an unusual assortment of CAR
LS PETS, OIL CLOTHS , WINDOW
SHADES, MATTINGS, «je. «J-c. at very re
duced prices, to his friends und the public.
Aug 28—3m
1869 DELAWARE STATE 1869
AND PENINSULAR
Agricultural Exhibition and Fair
w:, 1 ,
the Agricultural Society of New Castle County,
WEDN.ESDA Y, TIIURSDA Y and FRIDA Y,
SEPTEMBER 15 th, 16M £ 17/A.
A. be held i
\Y 1LM1NGTON, Delaware,
the grounds of
nder the directi
ml
and extended if the weather is unfavorable on
those days.
The citizens of Gloucester, Salem and Cumber
land counties, N. J. and Chester and Delaware
counties, Pa. are invited to contribute without
restriction.
The grounds will be open on Tuesday the 14th,
for the reception of stock and articles for exhibi
tion.
Liberal premiums will he given for Stock of all
kinds, the products of the Farm, Garden and
Dairy; Fancy Articles, Trials of Speed, kc. kc,
All animals, and articles for competition, must
be entered in writing, stating class, name and
residence, und if slock, giving name, age and
color, and (except horses for speed) he on the
before 11 o'clock, on Wednesday
grounds
the 15th. There will be
TRIALS OF SPEED EACH DAY.
All entries must he made in writing, stating
class, name, age and color, and fee paid
before 12 m. of the 15th, and 7 p. m. of the 15th
and 16th.
or
) gapibling will bo allowed, liquor
drunken or' disorderly pçrsgps admitted
sold,
on the grounds.
Tickets of admission, 25 cents. For one horse
and rider, 50 cents. Vehicle and .driver, 75 cts.
each occupant of the vehicle other thàp the driv
er, 35 cents. Stockholders tickets, $2 Ö0.
ZADOCK TOWNSEND, President.
Dr. R. McCABE, Sec'y Wilmingtqn, Del.
aug. 21—3t
PUBLIC SALE.
OF
Threshing Machine^ & Horse Powers
AT NEWARK, DELAWARE.
H AVING dcterpiined to close out the present
years' stock, we will sell at public sale, at
our shops, Newark, Delaware, —
Monday, August 30(1», 1869,
Our entire stock of the celebrated
DIAMOND STATE THJtESHEfl AND CLEANER,
Of the different sizes—36-inch, 30-incb, and 26
inch cylinder. Also a number of our
TWO k THREE HORSE RAILWAY POWERS.
These iqachiues are guaranteed to Thresh, Sep
arate and Clean, rapidly and in the best manner.
Sale Positive, to commence at 12 o'clock, m.
when conditions will be made known by
CASJIO k CO.
H. T. Rid dull, Auc.
Newnrjf, Aug. 21—ts
FOE THE CANNING SEASON ! !
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
Middletown, Del.
H AVE just received and are prepared to sup
ply the public in large or small quantities
to suit
Mason's Patent Improved Fruit Jars,
The Cover and Jar are entirely of Glass.
These Jars have been in use the last ten or
twelve years and aro too well known to need
comment.
THE PATENT ALL RIGHT FRUIT JARS,
In quarts and half gallons, self-sealing, patented
Nov. 5th, 1862, a description of which
by the inventor as follows :
It combines all the good qualities of a Fruit
Jar. Indeed it challenges and defies all compe
tition. Mark the effective simplicity of its per
formance—any child can use it. It has been
tested by the inventor for the last five y
fruit is placed in the jar ard properly heated,
when the cover is applied and it seals itself. It
is opened readily, being fastened with a Spring
Clamp acting on an inclination in the glass, re
sulting in a pressure on the center of the stopper.
The Jar is All Right, as purchasers will find up
u. trial of its merits.
given
. The
II. S. FISHER'S PATENT SELF-SEALING
PRESERVING TIN CANS, of which we are the
sole agents joa Middletown and vicinity.
This celebrated Can has been in use for the last
five years, und all who have tried it speak in the
highest terms of its superior merits.
warranted that are put up ac
cording to directions.
Also, Slone Jars in quarts aud half gallons,
Bottle Wax, Corks, and Iron (porcelain lined)
Preserving Kettles in all sizes.
We are constantly receiving
above articles which we oll'.r for sale at the low
est market rates on the most reasonable terms.
Aug. 21— y
lots of the
PEACH TREES.
splendid lot of peach Trees raised from Carr
olina
A
NATURAL FRUIT SEED
Of the best market varieties. Also all other
kiuds Nursery stock at
WAWASPT Nl'KSERIES,
HP WARD TATNAL,
Wilmington, Del.
aug, 21—3m
NEWARK ACADEMY,
NEWARK, DELAWARE,
Pbof. EDWARD D PORTER, A. M.
PRINCIPAL.
FIRST-CLASS Mathematical, Classical and
Scientific Boardi-g School for bovs and
. Will commence its One Hundred
, September, 1st, 18G9.
For full information send for Circular.
August 14—3in.
A
young
and First Academic Yt
NOTICE.
T HE Directors of the FARMERS MUTUAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF ST.
GEORGES AND APPOQUINIMINK HUN
DREDS have unanimously Resolved, " That any
person, or per
after effect
Stack Yard containing Grain, Hay, Provender,
hereby pro
said
and for any
originating
rho now have, or
Insurance in this company,
bere
any
Buildings adjacent thereto,
hibited from using any Steam Engine
premises, Unless at their own Rit
loss that may be sustained by F
from said engine, bv which the stacks of Grain,
Provender, or Buildings adjacent thereto, may
be destroyed us aforesaid, the company will re
fuse payment for such loss.
By order of the Directors,
Odessa, July 31, '69.
Aug. 7—4\v
ClIAS. TAT MAN,
Secretary.
PEACH TREES,
VERY LARGE AND THRIFTY ,
OF LEADING VARIETIES, AS LOW
AS THE LOWEST.
fsä" ORDERS SOLICITED.
BIDDLE k HAYS,
Cecilton, Md.
July 31—6ra.
BANKING HOUSE OF
John McLear & Son,
607 Market St. Wilmington, Del.
Established, 1848.
W E are offering for sale the »Six per. Cent
Bonds of the City of Wilmington, at par,
in sums of $50, $100, $500, and $1000. Inter
est payable April and October. Registered Cer
tificates.
The City Loans of Wilmington have always
been highly esteemed as an Investment, and the
rapid growth and general prosperity of the city
make them more than ever desirable.
We continue to transact a general banking
and brokerage business, and are continually en
larging our facilities.
Money received on deposit and returned on
demand with iuterest. Parties keeping accounts
with us may draw checks on us payable at sight,
precisely as in the case of hanks.
Drafts or. England, Ireland, Germany and
other countries drawn.
Parties desiring to invest money in bond and
mortgage, are invited to examine our list of se
curities of thÿs class.
Passage tickets from Europe, by all good
liqes sold.
Government Securities taken in exchange for
any otl?er scurities at the highest market rates.
JOHN McLEAR k SON.
June 5lh, 1869—tf.
Farmers, Take Notice!
riMIE undersigned having obtained Letters
-L Patent for an "Improvement in Grain Drill"
for the purpose of Sowing Phosphate, Guano, and
other Fertilizers, dated Oct. 27, 1868, k confirmed
by the Superior Court of the District of Colum
bia, July'10, i860, would respectfully inform the
Farming Community that he lias jnad.e arrange
ments to furnish to them the
DELAWARE PHOSPHATE DRILL,
Grain and Phosphate Drill Combined.
The Phosphate Arrangement can be attached
to any common grain drill that has been in use.
There were 71 sold last year in this neigobor
hood which gave entire satisfaction, and were
pronounced by those who used them to be the
best Phosphate Sower that haß ever been intro
duced into this country.
Farmers wishing to procure these Drills ipust
apply early, as, owing to the lateness of the sea
son, only a limited number will he offered. For
further information apply to
W. N. HAMILTON, M. D.
Odessa, Delaware.
July 24—tf
Dissolution of Copartnership,
T HE Copartnership heretofore -existing aqd
trading under the Firm of MURRAY
k BOW'LS, in the Wine, liquor and Livery Sta
ble busines, in Middletown, Del. is' t}iis day dis
solved by mutual consent of the parties, aud all
persons having claims against the firm will pre
sent them to Thomas Murray for payment, and
all indebted to the firm will make immediate pay
ment to Geo. W. Ingram, as the business must be
settled at once.
Middletown, July 26th, I860
July 31—lm :
THOMAS MURRAY,
JOHN BOWLS.
REMOVAL ! !
a. W. W. NAUDAIN
AS removed from the old and well known
Stand, corner of Broad and Main streets, to
H
No. 3 Middletown Hall,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
Where he continues to keep a large and well se
lected stock of
DRY aOODS,
NOTIONS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, &c.
In fact everything that is requisite to make up a
First Class Country Store,
may there be found, of reliable quality and at
REASONABLE PRICES.
tr:n- GIVE HIM A CALE. -«».
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for
Goods.
Aug. 1— y
BANKING HOUSE
OF
Jolm McLear & Son,
No. 007 Market Ht. Wilmington, Del.
ESTABLISHED, 1848.
W E respectfully call the attention of our
friends and customers to the advantages
offered as an investment by the WILMINGTON
and READING RAIL ROAD. First Mortgage
7 Per Ceqt Bonds. The price at which they are
offered is only 85 and accrued interest, at which
price they net the purchaser 8 1-5 Per Gent. Per
Annum, Clear of all Taxes, either State or Na
tional. We unhesitatingly recommend the Bonds
as being, in all respects, A First Class Invest
ment.
Holders of Government Securities may realize
an especial advantage by exchanging them for
these Bonds. For example, take a 5-20 Bond of
1867 for $1000. At the present rate of premium
gold it yields the holder in currency a frac
tion over eight per cent, on its par value. It may
be sold, however, at a premium of Twenty-one per
cent, and the proceeds invested in Wilmington
and Rending R. R. Bonds
result :
1000 5-20's at 121 yield.
1400 Wilmington & Reading R. R.
Bonds at 85 cost.
The yield of interest from the former
investment (gold at 37 premium )
amounts to.82.80 per year
But from the latter it amounts to..93.00 " "
Ur in oilier words, while the money invested in
5-20's yield over eight, per cent, on the par value
of the Bond, the same monçy invested in Wil
mington and Reading R. R. Bonds will yield
nearly Ten Per Cent. Per Annum with an ad
ditional profit of over $200 at the maturity of
the bonds, and the further advantage that in
come from the bonds is clear of all taxes, while
interest from U. S. Bonds is subject to tax as a
part of the owner's income.
prepared at ull times to furnish the
bonds without any charge to customers for com
mission.
We continue to transact all business relating
to the investment or loaning of money.
Bonds and Stocks Bought and Sold on Com
mission, qt the Stock Bonrds in all parts of the
country.
Deposits received at any time, aud paid on de
nd with interest.
Correspondence promptly attended to.
JOHN McLEAR & SON.
rith the following
. 1210.00
.1190.60
We
August ?—lm.
BRAND-NEW
Cigar and Tobacco Store ! !
IN MIBBLETOWN.
T HE undersigned takes this method to inform
his friends of Middletown and vicinity, that
he has opened a
CIGAR ANB TOBACCO STORE,
On Main Street, one door east of the National
Hotel, Middletown, Delaware, where »Smokers
and Che we
Cigars and Tobacco, of a superior quality, and
at very low prices.
ßü'- Call in and try
Having procured a first-class segar maker he
has begun the
prepared to supply the trade at city prices.
JOHN T. HAYES,
Middletown, Del.
always be accommodated with
•lections.
uftteturing of segars, and is
June 5—6mo.
REGISTER'S NOTICE.
R EGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle County, July 20th, 1869.
Upon application of Gideon E. Hukill, Execu
tor of the lost Will ond Testament of John F.
Hukill, late of Saint Georges Hundred in said
county, deceased ; it is ordered and directed by
the Register that the Excccutor aforesaid, give
notice of the granting of Letters Testamentary
upon the Estate of the deceased, with the date of
granting thereof, by causing advertisements to be
posted within forty days from the date of such
Letters, in six of the most public places of the
County of New Castle, requiring all persons hav
ing demands against the Estate, to present the
same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in such
ense made and provided. And aluo cause the
same to he inserted within the same period in the
Middletow-n Transcript, a newspaper published in
Middletown, and to he continued therein two
months.
, •. Given under the hand aud »Scqj pf Of
•< l. s. Vficc of the Rigister aforesaid, at New
^ r-' J Castle, in New Castle County, afpresqijd,
the day apd year above written.
R. C. FRAIM, Register.
NOTICE.—All persons having claims against
the Estate of the deceased mußt present the same
duly attested to the Executor on or before Jul
h, 1870, or abide the Act of Assembly i
cases made and provided.
July 24—2m.
the
20t
G. E. HUKILL, Executor.
Address—Middletown, Del.
NEW BAKERY,
IN MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
North Kost Corner of Lake and Broad Streets.
the
T HE undersigned wishes to inform his friends
and the public at laree, that he has com
menced the Baking Business in all its depart
ments, and will keep c.onstuutly on hand,
Bread, Oakes, Crackers, Pies, Candy,
And will sppply Weddings, and Parties, with all
sorts of Cakes at short notice.
He has engaged a first class Baker to attend to
the business.
He will also continue the Painting Business in
all its Branches.
March 6, 1860—tf
FRANCIS TARONI.
all
be
Notice To Tï6sspasserg.
A LL persons are forbid to tresspass upon the
premises of the undersigned, in any way
whatever, as the Law will bß enforced against
offending. M. N. WILLITS.
y on
July
31—tf
P ATENT CLOTHES HORSES, an indispenei
ble household article, for sale at
ROTHWELL'S
Main St. Middletown, Pel.
Juu,c 10—tf
THE
DELA WA RE
As
lar
it
DRY GOODS
AND
GA.KPETt 1 HOUSE,
304 & 300
MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON,.
DELAWARE.
From Lopg Experience in the
DBY GOODS
AND
CARPET TRADE,
We are perpared to offer speaial
advantages to buyers through
out alt part« of the country.
Our c^ikftttlve acquaintance
with importers and jobber», aud>
a daily knowledge of the market,
give us extraordinary facilities
f or Bolling goods at the
LOWEST PRICES;
Often at better rates than can be
obtained in other houses of
this and neighboring
markets. The stock
for Complete
ness and variety
cannot be surpassed,
comprising, as it does, all ar
ticles for family use usually found
in a first class
DRY GOODS
AID
CARPET HOUSE
Special Attention Giybn
To
SILKS,
FINE AND MEDIUM
DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, lflD GLOVES, Ac.
And the most superior stock of
Slack fie Mourning Goods,
To be found in the State,
8TRMTLY OWE PRICE.
W. M. KENNARD,
304 & 306 Market 8t.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
May 22, I 860 — y
Rhodes Super Phosphate»;
TfIK STANDARD MANURE
MANUFAGTU.BEI»! BY
POTTS & KLETT*
Caqid^ft, New. Jrmey.
T HE ATTENTION. OF FARMERS IS ESPE
CIALLY CALLED. TO THE
RHODES SOFER PHOSPHATE,
As the most valuable, and reliable manure for
Wheat and Grass
Attested by an experience of fifteen, years.
This long established and standard manure
prepared expressly for DRILLIN' Ü, and particu
lar care is taken to maintain the high reputation
it has obtained.
well as for other crops, art
Is
ORCHIL A GUANO.
A A..
A True Bird Guano,
RICH IN PHOSPHATES AND ALKALINE SALT«,
Snhf«tttMt for. Ground Row Bon*«..
...,.....,...$30 per Ton, of lb*.
For Sale by Deahrs, and by
Price,, m
YARIsALL & TUMBLE,.
Wholcsale Agent* for Penn. New Jersey * Del..
418SOUTH WHARVES, PHILADELPHIA.
July 17—3moa.
B A U G H ' S
RAW BONE
Super Phosphate of Lime..
tart*
MURK'*
ST Aft DARD WARRANTED.
W E offer to Farmers, the present Fall season^.
BAUGH'S RAW BONE SUPER PHOS
PHATE OF LIME as being highly improved.
Baugh's Raw Hone Super Phosphate, is as ita
dissolving Raw
Hones that have
name indicates, prqmrpd by
Bones in Oil of Vitriol—that is
not been ejeprived of their organic matter—the
grease and glue—by burning or baking. It ther<y>
fore, presents to the use of the Farmer all the
valuable properties of Haw Bom* iu a highly
concentrated form:—rendering it at once quick ik>
action and very permanent.
Farmers are recommended to purchase of the
dealer located in their neighborhood. In section*
where no dealer is yet established, the Phosphat*
may be procured directly from the undersigned.
BAUGH k SONS, Manufacturers,
Office, No. 26 S. Del; Avenue,
Philadelphia.,
July 17—3mo.
MORC1 PHILLIPS'
IMPppVEin
SUPfiE-FHOSPHATE OF LIMB*
STANDARD GUARANTEED,
För sale at Manufacturers' Depots.
No. 27 North From »Strebt, Philadelphia«,
arp
No. 95 South Strebt, Baltimore,
And by dealers in general throughout the country
rpflE Sombrero Guano of which Moro Phil-»
X lips' Phosphate is andalw-ays has bean man
ufactured, (and of which he has sole control for
the United States) contains fifty per cent, more
Bone Phosphate than Raw Bone, therefore it ia
more durable..
A large percentage U Soluble, and will imme
diately yield its nourishment.
Tho Ammonia it contains is pure and ready to
yield its value—not animal matter, capable of
yielding its ammonia after decomposition in, the
soil.
Nothing is spared iu its manufacture to repdeP'
it the most valuable Super-Phosphate and Crop
Producer in the market.
Eight years' experience has proved to the faix
mer that it is durable apd can always be relied
on as uniform iq quality ; aud the numerous un
solicited testimonials continually received of its
use in competition with other Fertilizers, fully
attest that it has not been excelled.
Price $56 per Ton of 2,000 Pounds. Discount
to Dealers.
Moro Phillips,
HOLK PROPRIKTOU *£ MASl'FACTCRBR
For sale by
June 26—Cmos—
A. T. Bradley,
Middletown, Del..»
PATENT OFFICE.
I NVENTORS who wish. to take out letter« PaU
ent are advised to counsel MUNN k CO. EdU
toraof the Scientific American, w ho have prose-»
cuted claims before the Patent Office for more
than Twenty Years. Their American and Kit-»
ropean Patent Agency is the most extensive iath*
world. Charges less than any other reliable
Agency.
A Pamphlet, containing full Instructions to in
ventors, is sent gratis. Address
June 26—3m
MUNN k CO,
37 Park Row, New York,
AMERICAN & SWISS WATCHES.
M. E. mi'KSO.V,
No. 33} SOUTH EIGHTH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA,
attention to his fine selected stock of
A SKS
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest Styles and the best Factory mi^e,
Silver Ware.
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, and Butter Knivea^
which will he sold at a very small advance.
jEff" Particular attention paid to repairing
Fine Watches and Jewelry,
March 6—tf
THOMAS MASSEY, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKElt,
Mulm Street, nearly opposite Walker*« H o t e l s
MlddlGown, Delaware
C LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry , kc. neatly and
promptly repared.
Always on hand and for sale, Clocks, Watches,*
Plated Ware, Forks, Spooas, Silver Napkto:
Rings, Silver Thimbles, Sail. Sugar and Tea
Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Kat
Rings r Finger-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Watch
Chains, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch
Chains,
Dec. 12—tf %
ik
HENRY HARPER,
520 ARCH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA,
H AS a large stock at low prices, of fine
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SOLID SILVERWARE
AND
PLATED SPOONS, CASTORS, TEA SET8, k.
May 1 — 3m.
H ANGING BASKETS, Eurthen and Wire,
For Sale at ROTHWELL'S New Stow.
Main street. Middleton n. Dd,
May 20

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