THE HEAVENLY SECRET.
UP. OR UK COOPER.
Does the dark and soundless river
Stretch so wide—
The homeward-rolling tU\e
Over which have crossed
Our loved and early lost—
That their unseated eyes may never see
The further side,
Where still amid this coil and misery
Is the realm *f their transition
Close at hand
To this our living land ?
Nearer than we dream?
Can they catch the gleam
smiles and hear the words we speak ?
And see our deeds?
And looking deeper than our eyes may seek,
Do they mingle in our gladness?
Do they grieve
When ways of good we leave?
Do they know each thought and hope ?
While we in shadows grope,
Can they hear the Future s high behest,'
Yet lack the power
To lead us from our ill or to arrest
The hour Y
When they find us bowed in sorrow
Do they sigh ?
Or when earth passes by
For them, do they forget
The cares that here beset
Their well-beloved? Or do they wait
(O be it thus)
And watch beside the golden gate
Wo are yearning for their secret :
Though we «ill
No answers ever fall
Upon our dullard ears
~ _ " nameless fears.
Yet God is over all, wlmte' er may be,
And trusting so,
Patience, my heart ! a little while, and we
How to Eradicate Sassafras Bushes.—
It is a well-known fact that many farme
are infested with sassafrus bushes, and
that many plans have been adopted for
their destruction with little success, the
trouble being that when they are grubbed
up every small root left in the ground will,
in the ensuing spring, produce a separate
shoot, aud thus the numbers increase.
Thirty years ago a practical farmer, who
bad seen four-score years, told me that if
the hushes are grubbed the day before and
the day after the full of the moon in July
and the day before and the day after the
full of the moon in August, the small roots
left in the ground will never germinate
again. After thirty years experience, I
am prepared to say to all who are troubled
with them, suspend all other work, em
brace the opportunity offered during the
four dayrf*I have named, and in the com
ing spring you may see one in a thousand ;
trat follow the same course the next sum
mer, and you shall see your enemy no
more. I speak from experience, 1 shall
leave others to philospliize and theorize up
on it.— Geo. Lemy, near Rcs's Corner ,
Kent county , Md.
Don't Go to Extremes. —Agricultural
writer« are inclined to run to extremes.
Farmers often cure their hay too much,
and to guard against this mistake, some
writers urge us to put it iuto the ham be
fore it is cured half as much as it ought to
bo. I have found, to my cost, that it is
not safe to follow their recommendations.
Detter dry it too much than not dry it
enough. And so in cutting grain. There
is undoubtedly a loss in lettiug it get dead
ripe. Dut there is a still greater loss in
, cutting it before the grain becomes firm.—
Prof. Joseph Harris.
Drying Frcit. —A correspondent of the
üural World finds an ordinary hot-bed a
capital place for drying fruit. A floor is
laid. iauiiie on which to place the fruit.
'Then put on the sash, hut be sure to raise
Loth the upper and lower ends about two
inches, to udmit of a free circulation of
j»ir, or the fruit would bake as it would in
an oven. Here the fruit will not be wet
in a shower, nor will it he troubled with
insects, which will be kept away by the
hovering and the intense heat. Parboiled
green corn has been sufficiently dried in
ouc day in this way.
The black knots on plum and cherry
.trees have been decided un good authority
to be neither the production uor the spe
cial nest of any species of insect, but a
little parasitic plant of tho class Fungi.
The only cure is to lop otf and burn the
jMfocted branches, as if left until late in the
.season they throw oft innumerable spores,
which lodge ou healthy brunches and there
Dwarf orange-trees from China have
reached California in good condition.
They are not over two feet high, and an
acre of ground would contuiu over four
thousand. Although each tree will not
^produce over half a dozen oranges, yet
the yield per acre would greatly exceed
JLhat of stuudard tries.
Correspondent of the Journal of Agri
culture says lie finds his clay loam grounds
iucrcase more in productiveness by the use
of eight bushels of plaster per acre, than
front the application of barnyard manuro.
Wood-ashes contains all the inorganic
ingredients which growing trees extract
from the soil, aud in consequence arc just
ly regarded as the best fertilizer for Up
jilus. pears, peaches, plums, etc.
Why arc «beep the most dissipated ani
gpi&ls in creation? Because they gambol
in their youth, spend most of their days on
the t\irf ; tho best of them are bhiokicgs,
and they ar,e «Aire to be fleeced at last.
Japanese, in bringing living plants to
this country, wrap the root« in a mixture
of earth and carrot« ground together.
■The production o
fjnit'-d States in 1868 w.w about 980,006,
<000, bttehehs, or 28 bushels per head.
wheat in the
Delaware Rail Road Lnie
O N and after MONDAY, July 12th, 1868,
Passenger Trains will run ns follows, until
further notice :
ALL TRAINS SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
" Prin. Anne,
" Del mar
' ' Seaford
" Wil. Grove
" Sassafras R'd
lt Mt Pleasant
" St Georges
" New Castle
Arrive Wil in.
7 00 A. M.
12 00 M.
12 15 P. M.
7 00 A. M.
1145 A.M. 5 40 P.M
1 15 P. M. 8 10 "
" St Georges
" Mt Pleasant
' ' Camden
" Wil. Grove
' ' Seaford
" Del mar
" Priu. Anne
Freight Train with Passenger Car attached, will
leave Stations named at the following Changed
Hours, (subject to delays incident to freight bus
iness,) viz:—Going South, leave Wilmington
about 3 00 A. M.; New Castle, 4 00 ; Middle
town, 6 00 ; Clayton, 7 15; Dover, 8 50; Cam
den, 9 10 ; Felton, 10 05; and be due at Har
rington 10 30 A; M.
Going North, leave Harrington about 3 20 P. M.
Felton, 4 00 Camden, 5 05, Dover, 5 45, Moor
ton, C 10, Claÿton, 7 00, Middletown, H 45, New
Castle, 10 30, and be due at Wilmington, about
11 00 P. M. This train will stop to take up Pas
sengers only at Stations named, but will set down
Passengers at auy regular stopping place be
Ilarrington und Wilmington, Except
Hare's Corner, State Roud, Del. Junction and
New Castle Trains. —Leave 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 Castle.
Smyrna Branch Trains. —Additional to those
above leaved Smyrna for Clayton 11 45 A. M.
and 8 10 P. M. Leax*e Clayton for Smyrna,
8 40 A. M. and 2.10 P. M. to make connection
with trains to aud from Dover, and Stations
Steamboat Trains heretofore run
drawn. A Boat will, however, leave Crisfield
for Norfolk, in connection with Local Train, on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings.
E. Q. SEWALL,
Superintendent Delawure R. R.
8 30 a. m. 5 00 p. M
12 00 M. 8 15
12 05 p.m. 8 20
9 45 p.m.
6 45 P. M.
J. Is. HOUSTON,
P ROPRIETOR of the Wilmington Tea House,
Inis also opened a COMMISSION HOUSE,
adjoining, for the sale of
Cereals, Fruits, all kinds of Berries,
Peaehes, Apples, Pears,
NEW POTATOES, POULTRY, EGGS, GRAIN,
And all the productions of our Parnicrs, Garden
ers, and Nurserymen, aud flatters himself that he
furnish a market for these uearer home and
more advantageous than can be had in more dis
tant cities, saving double freightage and two or
eommigsions to nrodueers, traders and con
sumers, and u Reliable House, Quick Sales, aud
His House is said to l>c most eligible, ample ac
commodations, airy, and finely adapted to the
sale of Home Productions, and the preservation
of perishable fruits.
As the Peach World will he pressing, and the
sale immense, it may lie well that those who wish
the services of this House should make previous
engagements, as engagements will be many ; and
that they may he prepared for
the market ; and they « ill not sell the inferior
productions without the good aud the best.
J. L. HOUSTON,
428 Market st. cor. of 5th, Wilmington, Del.
June 19— y
it is desired
READ, READ, READ.
T HE undersigned, thankful for past favors,
culls the attention of the Farmers to the fol
lowing. Intending to devote his whole atten
tion to the
Will pay, on order of Messrs. W/lItem Lea k
Hons, at Brandy win« Mills, or Elihu Jefferson,
New Castle, Del. the highest price for all Grain
delivered on Del. R. R. or Del. waters, the par
ties themselves being responsible for the payment
for all grain bought on their account.
Will fill all orders for RAM BO'Sand WHITE'S
LIME with promptness. Also, will pay particu
lar attention to shipping grain for farmers on
•count, making prompt return of
sales, and collecting the money for them.
Will fill all orders for the following Fertilizers :
Moro Philips' Super-Phosphate,
BAUOnS' RAW RO.VB «IPER PHOSPHATE,
PACIFIC h PERUVIAN GUANOS,
Also will furnish Clover and Timothy Seed at
the shortest notice.
Cap give the best references
A. T. BRADLEY,
Mutual Life Insurance Company.
Guarantee Capital $100,000.00.
IVOMB OFFICE—EXCHANGE BUILDING
Cor. ?th & Market St*.
fl'HlE Pioneer Mutual Company in adopting
JL Kates of Premiums based on American ex
perience of mortality and interest.
Premiums lower than any other Mutual Com
Purely mutual. All the profits divided among
the Policy-Holders. There are no stockholders
in this company.
ears, but after the first annual payment.
All kinds of policies issued. Ordinary Life.
Ten Year Plan. Single Payment and Instalment.
All kinds of Endowment Tables. Return Pre
mium Table. Joint Life Table. Children's En
Premiums payable in one payment
Ten, Fifteen or Twenty Instalments,
Payments received annually, seiui-anuual
ly, or quarterly. All payments required in Cash.
the " Contribution Plan ." It
will be observed that the reduction of rates is
equivalent to a Dividend in Advance of at least
thirty-three and one-third per cent.
The Loan feature is entirely original with this
company—for full explanation send for the com
-forfeiting. Not after two
, in Five,
TABLE OF RATES
And any information required promptly
ed on application to the Home Office,
any of the Company's Agents.
, or to
JOHN T. McLEAR, President,
GEO. \V. STONE, Vice President,
M. M. CHILI), Secretary,
BENJ. NIELDS, Counsel & Actuary,
D. W. MAULL, Chief Medical Examiner.
John P. McLear,
John V. Rice,
Job H. Jackson, •
Clement B. Smyth,
William S. Hilles,
Lewis P. Bush, M. D.
Samuel Brancroft Jr.
George W. Bush,
Wm. G. Gibbons,
Henry F. Piekels,
Thomas 1). Webb,
Edw. Bringhurst, Jr.
J. II. Adams,
II. B. Seidel,
John P. McLear,
Thus. W. Webb,
Geo. W. Bush,
Samuel Brancroft, jr.
Ed. Bringhurst, jr.
Wm. G. Gibbons,
George W. Stone,
Jno. V. Rice,
W. II. Swift.
J. THOMAS BUDD, Agent,
r FHIE Proprietors offer for Sale, for Fall plant
J- iug of 1868 or Spring of 1869,
70,000 IPeacli Trees
of the leading
Market and Family Varieties.
200,000 SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
consisting of the following varieties :
CURRANTS, AND GRAPE VINES.
300,000 OSAGE ORANGE QUICKS.
One and Two Years Old.
EARLY ROSE, HARRISON, AND
EARLY GOODRICH POTATOES.
Sept. 20, 1808.
POLK ft HYATT,
Or to WM. B. CROFT.
SEE LOW PRICES OF
CHINA & GLASSWARE.
Tea Sets, 44 pieces.
China Cups and Saucers, 24 pieces.
China Tea Plates, jier dozen.
White Stone Toilet Sets, 11 pieces.
Water Goblets, per dozen.
White Parisian China Dinner Sets, 133
pieces, beautiful shapes.
other Goods marked do
Cutlery, Silver-Plated AVare, Tea Tray», &c.
Middle of the Cooper Institute Block,
Store running through from 3rd to4th Avenue be
tween 7th & 8 th Sts. one block from Broadway.
Especial pains taken in selecting and packing
goods for the coimtry. In addition to the above
list of goods, we have always
prices, Decorated Dinner, Tea,
Cologne Sets, Smoking Sets, &c.
on hand, at iow
and Toilette Sets,
W ITH Improved Machinery and Now Dies,
we are now prepared to furnish at the
(Round with Collars and Egg-shaped with sole)
from Two to Seycn Inches Calibre, superior to
any in the market. Also
BRANCH JOINTS Y SHAPED ft SILT BASINS,
As recommended by "Waring" in his Work on
Underdraining. We also manufacture
Ihit lis and Earthenware,
ßsB" Liberal discount made to Dealern,
Please address for price, Ac.
W. M. BELL.
ALLEN ft BELL,
Cigar and Tobacco Store ! !
T HE undersigned takes this method to inform
his friends of Middletown and viciuity, that
he has opened a
CIGAR ANB TOBACCO STORE,
On Main Street, one door e»iat of the National
Hotel, Middletown, Delaware, where Smokers
and Chewers can always be accommodated with
Cigars and Tobacco, of a fiuperior quality, and
at very low prices.
ßür Call in and try ojiir selections.
Having procured a lirsWiass segar maker he
has begmi the manufacturing of segars, and is
prepared to supply the trade at city prices.
JOHN T. HAYES,
June 5—< 6 mo.
P ATENT CLOTHES HORSES, an fodispensi
ble household article, for sale at
Main St. Mi^lGown, Dpi.
LOOK A.T THIS.
LOOK AT THIS.
S. R. STEPHENS & Co's.
NEW WHOLESALE ft RETAIL STORE.
GOODS at PHILADELPHIA PRICES.
H AVING Just returned from the city with a
large and splendid assortment of
FROM AUCTION AND FIRST HANDS,
BO UGP TA T THELO WEST CASH PRICES
Comprising in part a large stQpk of
DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES,
And all Goods usually kept in a First Class
Country Store, which we
very low for Cash, or Country Produce.
prepared to sell
Buyers would do well to give us a call.
SAML. R. STEPHENS & Co.
BOOK, STATIONERY, AND
S CHOOL BOOKS and Miscellaneous Works,
Bibles, Prayer Books and Hymn Books,
Blank Books, in various styles and binding;
Tuck, Memorandum und 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, Tussel and
Cords, Looking Glasses,
BACK GAMMON BOARDS, CHESS AND
CHECKER MEN\ G AMES of all KINDS.
Rubber Pencils and Penholders,
Writing Fluid and Ink Stands,
Pocket Cutlery, Roger's Scissors, ac.
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Breast Pins, Finger Rings,
Coiubs, Brushes, Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Gum Bands, Watch Keys, Key Rings,
and Puff Boxes.
A fine assortment of Colgate & Co's. Soap.
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS,
Wright'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, lluudkerchiefs, Cuffs, Wristlets.
Segars, Tobacco Pipes, Meerschuums, and To
Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Wicks and Coal Oil.
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES.
New York Ledger, Harper's Weekly, Bazaar and
Magazine, Frank Leslie, Chimney Corner,
Weekly, Girls and Boys Weekly,
Gleason's Literary Companion, Ac.
s Peterson's, Atlantic, Arthur's, Gal
Mm'e Deinorost's Magazines.
D. L. DUNNING,
No. 2 Town Hall.
J. M. COX & BRO.
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF -«Si.
ALL WORK FROM THIS ESTABLISHMENT
TO OJVE EXT WE SATISFACTION.
Repairing promptly attended to,
March 13— G inos.
Cecil Democrat, and Whig, News apd Tran
script, Che 8 tertown, Smyrna Times, and Centre
villc Observer copy 6 months and send bill and
paper to advertiser,
RICHARD TOWNSEND & GO.
AND DKALfcBA IN
Peaches, Strawberries, Veg
309 & 370, Centre Ay. Cor. Merchant'« Row,
West Washington Market , N. Y.
R. Towsend, Del. J. Hilliard, F. McMnlken, N. Y.
Emties promptly retur&ed, and letters
ATTEND TO YOUR TEETH.
F EW persons are properly impressed
with the importance of giving early
attention to decaying teeth. The health
affect^ by them, to say nothing of the inconve
nient# and suffering, which they produce. It '
important to hav# #41 caries promptly arrested.
If treated in time most teeth may be preserved.
Teeth Extracted Without Paio,
by the use of Nitroue Oxide Gas, aharintess and
J. Î, VANDERFORD. D. D. S.
May 9»tf Middletown, Del.
Notice To Treeepaeeers.
A LL per go d g are forbid to tresspass
premises of the undersigned, in
whatever, as the Law will be enforced ag&u
any one so offending. M. N. WILLITR.
July 31 —tf
s Ostfront ST.VJU-N"^ i||ij
j! *SOUTH WHARVES, P ««■S
' CHarles street, *éÆÈ
A Great Crop Producer and Thorough
Renovator of worn out lands.
For Sale by
E. T. EVANS,
Middletown, Del. Feb. 28, 18G8.
Messrs. Walton, Whann & Co.— Gentlemen : I
used Whnnn's Raw Bone Super-Phosphate on my
' last spring, and on my wheat in the fall.
In each case it produced an excellent crop.
Wishing to determine which of the different phos
phates would pay me best, I tried several, and
am glad to say the yield was much the best
where I used Whann's. I shall continue to use
it, and cheerfully recommend it to my neighbors.
• Middletown , Del. March 17, 1868.
», Wiiann ft Co.— Gentlemen : 1
have been using Whann's Phosphate for some
time past alongside of the popular fertilizers, and
have come to the conclusion it is as good as any
other. I am going to use ten tons this spring.
March 27—1 y
S END ONE DOLLAR and get by return mail
one of LO RING'S DOLLAR BOXES, of the
richest Initialed French Note Paper. All the
Ladies are in love with them. Address,
LÜRING, Publisher, Boston, Mass.
HE MAGIC COMB—Teeth are Coated with
solid dye. You wet your hair and use the
couib, and it produces a permanent black or
broxvn. One cuinb sent by mail for $1 25.
Address, WM. PATTON, Springfield, Mass.
T he mississquol powder actually
cures Cancer and Scrofulous Diseases of the
Skin. See report to L. I. Medical Society. State
ments of Physicians in circular sent free on ap
plication to C11AS. A. DUBOIS, 182 Pearl St.
New York City. Box 1659.
PI HIT PHOTOGRAPHS. Attested in my
trial and acknowledged by all who have sut
for their pictures the Great Phenomena of the aye.
of the principal pictures of prominent par
is to their genuiness,
receipt of O.ic dollar.
200 pages 50 cents. Address WM.
ties who testified in court
will be sent post paid
Also a full report of my trial,
H. HUMLER, 82 Nassau St. N. Y.
AXIMS FOR BUSINESS MEN. When a
business man reaches the point where lie
thinks that he cannot spare any time to examine
sources of financial anil commercial information,
may safely conclude that his business i
When a businessman finds himself in a finan
cial situation so embarrissiug that he cannot af
ford to possess every publication that would
throw MoiiK light upon hss business transactions ,
he should nut delay an hour, but arranye at
with an auctioneer to close out his stock to the high
The above inamimsarc taken from the columns
oftheN. Y. Mercantile Journal which is the best
as well as one of the largest mercantile newspa
pers published in the United States. Its market
reviews and carefully revised list of jobber's pri
ces, embracing ulmost every quotable article of
merchandise, together with its judicious edito
rials, tilL more than thirty-five (35) columns
every week. The subscription price is only $5 00
per year, (less than 10 cents per week, and less
than 1 £ cents per day.) Parties desiring to pos
sess themselves of this valuable publication,
should address Tim N. Y. Mercantile Journal
Co., 300 Pearl Street, New York City.
L isten to the mocking bird. The
Prairie Whistle and Animal Imitator can be.
used by a child. It is made to imitate the songs
of every bird, the neigh of a horse, the bray of
an ass, the grunt of a hog; birds, beasts, and
j enchanted and entrapped by it. Is
used by I)an Bryant, Charley White, and all the
Minstrels and Warblers. Ventriloquism
three days by its aid. Sent anywhere
upon receipt of 25 ets. three for 50 eta ; $1 25
W. T. VALENTINE, Jkrsey City, New Jersey.
Np- 35J SOUTH EIGHTH STREET,
March 6 —tf
Rhodes Super Phosphate
THE STANDARD MANURE
POTTS & KLETT,
Camden, Sew Jersey.
T he attention of fakmeks is espe
cially CALLED TO THE
RHODES SUPER PHOSPHATE
As the moBt valuable and reliable manure for
Wheat aud Gross, as well os for other crops, as
attested by an experience of fifteen years.
This long established and standard manure is
prepared expressly for DRILLING, und particu
lar care is taken to maintain the high reputation
it has obtaiued.
A True Bird Guano,
RICH IN HIOSI'HATKS AND ALKALINE 8ALT8,
Bnbstltnte for Ground Bnw Bone*.
. .$30 per Top, of 2000 lbs.
For Sale by Dealers, aud by
YARN ALL & TRIMBLE,
Wholesale Agents for Penn. New Jersey * Del.
418 SOUTH WHARVES, PHILADELPHIA.
July 17— 3nios.
T ÜE subscribers offer to the citizens of fiddle
town and surrounding country their thanks
for the very liberal patronage they have received
and embrace this medium in announcing to all
builders and contractors and those in want o
Lumber, that they
on the most liberal terms,
price, as the market has demanded, anti wc think
that they will compare with the city prices. Our
stock is very large, embracing a full assortment
prepared to supply them
We have reduced bur
AND OAK FRAMING STUFF,
WHITE PINE BOARDS,
WHITE PINE DO
WHITE PINE SIDING.
YELLOW PINE FLOORING,
SPllUCE AND CYPRESS SHINGLES
PLAIN AND FANCY PICKETING.
SASII, DOORS AND BLINDS.
nails and specialities..^
CALCINE PLASTER, LIME & HAIR
II EWES' PHOSPHATE.
PAINTS, OIL, TURPENTINE,
VARNISH, DRY JAPAN, CLASb.
J. B. FENIMORE & CO.,
On the Railroad, above the National Hotel.
WM. T. HOPKINS,
No. 628 Arch Street, Phila.
MANUFACTURER OF THE
Celebrated Champion " Hoop Skirts
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN,
The largest assortment, and best quality and
styles in the 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—Warran
ted in even/ respect, and sold at verv low indues.
Ask for HOPKINS' "CHAMPION" SKIRT.
Superior Hand-made Whale-Bone Corsets in
Fifteen different Grades, including the Impe
Corsets, ranging in priées from 81 Cents to $5.50 :
together with Jobki'H Brckkl's Celebrated French
Woven Corsets, superior shapes and quality, Ten
different Grades, from $1.10 to $5.50. They are
the finest and best goods for the prices, ever im
ported. The Trade, supplied with lloop Skirts
and Corsets at the Lowest Rates.
Those visiting the City should not fail to call
and examine our Goods and Prices,
For Sale by
hon's "Glove Fitting"
d Thompson k
Sept. 19, 1818 .
JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SON.
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD!
The Great Alterative and Blood Purifier.
For the cure of ScaoruLA or Kino*j
Evil, Cutaneous Diskabbb, Ery
sipelas, Boils, Pimples, and
Blotch so on the Fag b , Sorb
Eyes, Yellow Jaundice, wh
Swellings, Mercurial Dis
eabes, General Debility, Pal
pitation and Fluttering at tho
Heart, Consumption, Asthma,
Syphilis and Syphilitic Affec
tions, Bladder and Kidney Dis
eases, Grayel, Dropsy, Dybpep
, Liter Complaint, Sick
Headache, Female Complaints,
&c. To the broken down female it
Xives life and energy by restoring
the lost powers of nature. Persons
all weakness and lassitude, by
ing the PANACEA
vigor. Try it.
Price $1.00 Per Bottle*
perfect health, bloom and
Manufacturer and Proprietor»
For tale by druggists and storekeeper« throughout
the United Stated.
Vor sale by
May 8 —ly
W. II. Harr,
Why, a Cigar and Tobacco Store!!
T HE undersigned begs leave to inform the citi
zens of Middletowp, Odessa, and vicinities,
that he has opened a
CIGAft AND TOBACCO STORE,
On Main Street, near the Middletown Hotel,
hand, a supe
rior Brand of Cigui s and Tobacco that cannot be
Smokers and Chewers are respectfully invited
ea 8 i
Where he will keep constantly
to call in and try our selections. You may e
ly know the place by the sign of Pat Malloy, oi
the Irish Boy, Jemmy. JAMES WINE,
ENGEL, ltOTIIERMEL k CO.
SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN
Schuylkill Navigation Wharves , Wind
mill Island , Delaware River, oppo
site Lombard Street,
OFFICES, 198 Walnut St. 308 S. Del. Avenue.
upplied in vessels, In large or small
quantities, or lota to suit purchasers.
April 10, 1869—9m
Sure, and no
Agents wanted, commission or salary, in
every part of the U. S. and Canadas, to sell our
celebrated Patent White Wire Clothes-Line , war
ranted to last a life-time and never rust. For
full particulars address the American Wirb Co.
William st. N. Y., or 1G Dearbon st. Chicago.
P. S .—" Every household should have one." _
N. Y. Tribune. 11 All they purport to be; never
wears out." — N. Y. lndepewlent . " They give
entire sat i if action." — N. Y. Christian Advocate.
HENRY BOWER, CHEMIST,
Super-Phosphate of Lime, Ammonia and
WARRANTED FREE FROM ADULTERATION.
T HIS Manure contains all the elements to pr ««
duce large crops of all kinds, and is highly
recommended by all who have used it, also by
distinguished Chemists who have, by analysis,
tested its ^uulities.
Packed in bags of 200 pounds each,
DIXON, SHARPLESS ft CO.
39 South Water and 40 South Delaware Avenue,
For sale by WM. REYNOLDS,
79 South Street,
Also by JOHN A. REYNOLDS ft SONS,
And by dealers generally throughout the coun^
For information, address Itenry Bow-r, PhiU
Jan. 9, 1869—ly.
J. II. WALKER,
H AVING succeeded Mr. L. R. Davis, in
proprietorship of this well known, long es
tablished, und populur establishment, the present
proprietor will spare no pains to insure the com
fort of his guests, and make his house, as hereto
fore, the favorite resort of the traveling public.
A well filled larder, a well furnished table : com
fortable and airy apartments ; the choicest brands
of Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco ; with a
mi nation to render the fullest satisfa ;ion, com
bined with attentive waiters, reliable hostlers,
and moderate charges, will, lie feels assured,
cure to him a continuance of the liberal patron
age heretofore bestowed upon the establishment.
Accommodation for Drovers and Dealers in
Horses and Mules can always be secured. A lib
eral share of the public
■ patronage is respectfully
JOSEPH H. WALKER,
Successor to L. R. Davis,
DR. J. J. VANDERF0RD
Graduate of the Pennsylvania College of
H AVING locuted in Middletown, Del.*
respectfully announces to the pnhli«* _
that he is prepared to perform all operations per
turning to the practice of
ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mounted on Dental Vul
a material superior to meials in its udapt
ability and durability.
Persons having badly adjusted gold plates
have them exchanged for the Vulcanite.
Great care will l.o given to Children's Teeth:
irregular ties corrected, and deciduous teeth
served until the permanent ones make their
A su peri
Dentifrice constantly on hand
Office on the corner of Scott and Main streets,
formerly occupied by D. L. Duuning.
April 10, 1869—ly
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE,
The Hndcreluned lakes lliis method of notify
X ing the Public that he has 'opened a
WINE AND LIQUOR STORE
In Middletown, Del. on Wood street, opposite tho
Depot, where he has on hand a large and varied
.'•ssort nient of Wines and Liquors, in bottles and
rusks, which lie odors on advantageous terms to
purchasers at w iiolesiile or retail
line stock of choice TOBACCO
H ORSES AND CARRIAGES for hire at tha
Stiil.yp) of Thomas Murray, on Scott afreet.
The horses are safe, and careful drivers will 1«
provided when desired. Terms moderate. An.
Ply *» THOS. MURRAY.
At his Store
Jan. 2.— y .
Del. Gazette, and .Journal and Stalcsman
one year and send hill tu advertiser.
Middletown Furniture Warerooms,
JOSEPH II. ENOS
K EEPS constantly on hand an assortment of
FURNITURE suitable to the market, eofl*
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, WASHSTANDS,
Parlor and Bluing Hoorn Furniture» ftf,
COFFINS of all kinds and styles; Metallic Cas.
ket 8 ; Patent Burial Cases tu order. Jan.
MANSION HOUSE HOTEL,
• Fayette ifc St. Paul Sit,
A r orth )Vest Cor
■rosit» liAHNUU S CITY IIOTKL,
Jt-ii'This is one of the most pleasant and ceij
tral locations in the city.
January 4 , J 868 —ly
Ear WHOOPING COUOII
DELAVEAU'S CELEBRATED REMEDY.
Price Fifty Cents.
Prepared at Sixth and Wood Sts. Philadelphia,
Ask your Druggist for it.
Mar. 6 —ly
MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY
P LOWS and Plow Castings, Machine Casting^
of all kinds ou hand or made to order.
Particular attention given to ftepairing Machi ;
•ncry. Cash for old Iron.
WM. L. BÜCKE A SON,
Founders mid Machinists.
W J. LANK, Auctioneer, has removed to
• New Castle, Del. Those desiring his ser
vices os Auctioneer, will please address him at
that place, and their orders will meet with
prompt attention, "
April 3, 1869—tf
OLOW HORSEH made fast and fast horses
made faster. Simple, practical instructions
for improving speed and style, and other val
uable information for horse owners, in No. 19 of
Harney b Journal, only Five eta. For Sale by
James Wind, Tobacconist and Newsdealer, Mi<L
dletown Delaware. Has exposures of humbugs.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS,
May 1, 1869.
O LD NEWSPAPERS, a cheap .«nd convenient
Wrapping Paper, for sale at this office.
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