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PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY, BY HENRY VANDERPORD. Terms.— $2.00 per annum, payable in advance. Single copies five cents. Advertising Rates. —One square of ten lines, $1 for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. One square one year $10; fix months $6. For a quarter of a column three nonths $8 : six monhts $15 ; one year, with the or four changes, $25; for half a column . Fractions of a square to be counted as a When the number of insertions is not rivi Moan. marked, advertisements will be continued until forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries published at advertising rates; Marriages and Deaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must confine their advertisements to their own business. All letters should be addressed to Toe Middletown Tkanscuipt, Middletown, Del. yaO" Office corner Main and Scott streets. Notions, Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, AND VARIETY STOKE. W. T. WARNER, Lockwood & Tatman's Old Stand, MIDDLETOWN, DEL. W OULD respectfully inform the citizens of Middletown and vicinity that he has just returned from the city with a large assortment of HOSIERY, TRIMMINGS, GLOVES, AND FANCY GOODS. Have in stock Ladies' and Gent's White Kid Gloves, of the best makes ; also Col'd and Black Kid Gloves ; Satin, cut bios, for Dress Trim mings, Ladies' Merino, Vests k Pants, Ribbons, Collars of the latest styles, Cuffs, a good line of fleecy lined Hose for ladies and Misses, Split Zephyrs, Germantown Yarn, Berlin Yarn, Knit ting Cotton in balls, French Corsets, Hemstitch Hdkfs. Cable and Hair Nets, Barb Lace, Hair Brushes and Combs, Magic Combs, Iteg'd Em broidery, Cambric Edgings, Laces, Long Bead Necklaces, Hair Switches, Rolls and Braid, Sets of Jewelry, Charms, Crosses, Bracelets. HOOP SKIRTS, DRESS BUTTONS, NAPKINS AND TOWELS, KNITTING YARN, LACE VEILS, SILK TIS SUE AND BAUEGE, LA CABAS, And a variety of Notions, Fancy Goode, Gent's White Shirts, Un Hose, Shirt ecktics and Furnishing Goods, Fi dershirts und Drawers, Fronts, Collars, Cuffs, Bows, Driving Gloves, Valises, Umbrellas, k e. Ac. Ac. J STATIONERY. Gilt Edge, Com. Note, Letter and Foolscan Pa per. Envelopes while and colored. Also a choice stock of Groceries, such as Teus, ftqgar, Coffee, Spices, Rice, Noix-de-Coeo, Cheese, Con. Lye, Syrups, Vinegar, Coal Oil, .Ac. .Ac,. I am selling below regular prices. Call uuj e^amjiV} my stock before purchasing plscwljeye. IV. T. IVttrner, Middlctoiyn, Del. Oct. 9, 1869.—7moi. Fall ami Winter 1 Q/'A nri'HN Goods. J OU J 1869 EDWIN HALL & CO. 28 South Second Street, invites tho attention of purchasers on visiting Philadelphia to their large and elegant stock of DRY GOODS, Conaisting in part of BLACK and COLORED SILKS. ERENCH and IRISH POPLINS. PLAIN and CORDED POPLINS. Medium and hoc priced DRESS GOODS. Icing DRESS GOODS cf the Inlett »tyle» constantly BLACK DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. LONG and SQUARE BROCHE SHA WLS. LONG and SQUARE BLANKETSHA WLS. ARABS, CHINCHILLA JACKETS, SILK CLOAK VEL VETS. SILK FINISH VEL VETE EXS. SILK PL USIIES, all colon. .CLOTHS and CA SSI MER ES. TABLE LINENS and NAPKINS. SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS. BLANKETS and COUNTERPANES. PIANO and TABLE COVERS. WHITE GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, GLOVES, HOIS FRY, Jr. N. B.—We deal in good Goods and endeavor to sell nt such prices that will give satisfaction. pH- The Chestnut and Market St. cars >\ convey you to within a few doors of the store. EDWIN HALL & CO. 28 South Second St. Philadelphia. Oct. 9, 1869.—3mos. ill PRINTERS CAN 3KT Types, Rrussqs, & Printing Material GENERALLY, At greatly reduced prices from Wanderbaugh, Wells & Co. ,110 Fulton St. and 16 k 18 Dutch St. N. Y. MAKERS or -Woed Type, Eagle, California and other Econom ical Cabinets, Cases, Stands and Galleys. FACTORY, PA TVER SOX, NEW JERSEY. N. B.—Young's excellent Copy-Holder and everything of recent production in their line. Oct. 9—3m I860. PHILADELPHIA 1869. WALL PAPERS. HOWELL & BOURKE MANUFACTURERS OF Paper Hangings, 4; Window Shades, Hales Rooms, Cor. Fourth and Market Sts. PHILADELPHIA, Factory, Cor. Twenty-Third and Snnsom streets. New Styles Every Day, of Oar Own Hake Oct. 9—3m TOWLE'S PATENT Grade and Drainage Level, Price $15. T^yEjRY Far.mer needs one. X-J should haie one. No engineer, required to lav out rbàds, walks or water courses. Will es tablish levels for foundation walls, bridges, made ground, fiç. It is extremely simple and beauti ful. ' Sent to any address on receipt of price. De scriptive circulars, with cuts, free. HAMILTON K. TOWLE, Civil Engineer, and Special European Patent Solicitor, Oct. 9—3m 176 Broadway, New York. AGENTS WANTED LOCAL AND TRAVELING, For SHE American Meqt & Vegetable Ohoj T HE best thing, without exception, i market; saves 9.Q percept, in jjm e ana iu bbr; cuts 10 to 13 lbs, of meat, sufficiently fine for pies, in four minutes. Agents are coining money. Cut of machine, terms, Ac. free. Address D. A. NEWTON k Co. Oct. 9—3m No. 38 Cortland St. N. Y. Every School ! 11140 ' ,Oet. 9—3m How I made it in six months. Se cret and sample mailed (Ye*. A. J. FULLAM, N. Y. 304 W. M. KENNARD 306 THE CASH DRY GOODS AND CARPET HOUSE, OF DELAW ARE. 304 & 306 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, Is now prepared to offer to Cash Buyers one of the best selected, greatest variety, and largest assortment of goods ever peered in this State. THE CARPET ROOM Having been enlarged, is filled with a fine variety of the best makes of English and American Tapcstrj', Rrusscls, ThreerPly, Ingrain, Ac. Oil Clotlis, all widths, Cocoa Mid Canton Mattings, Rugs, Matts, Window Shades, Fixtures, Stofr Rods, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac. In the Wholesale Deparment Will he found all the best makes of Sheetings, Shirtings, Ac. all of which will he sold at New York Wholesale Prices. The Cloth and Cassimere Department Is one of the most extensive in the establishment, comprising all kinds of goods for Ladies', Men's k Boy's wear. The Flannel Department For Variety, cannot be surpassed THE RETAIL Sheoting and Muslin Department Is large and nil kinds of the best goods will be cut ut very low prices. The Hosiery and Glove Counter Will ho found full and complete at all times Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear Of all kinds at reasonable rates, The Dress Goods Room Is the pride of the House, speoial attention being paid to this department. W. M. Kr. constantly in the New Yprk and Philadelphia markets, enables him tp procure all new and desirable goods at the lowest yates, and as he buys direct froiq the importer in large lots, it is to his advantage to 6ell cheap, that goods may be turned out fast, thus keeping the stock new and lively all the time. All are invited to call, feeling assured that they will not be disappointed eitficy iq assort ment or prices. W. M. KENNARD, 30.4 & 308 Market st. •ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, PswwAjæ, Oct. 9, 18Ç9.—y THE HINKLEY Family Knitting Machine. PRICE «80. t E VERY Family in the country needs one. It knits everything from a mitten to ft Blanket. A child 12 years old, can learn to work it id an hour. It is operated the same as a sewing ma chine, by hand or foot. It uses but one needle, and is the perfection of beauty and usefulness. Circulars with cots and full particulars free to everybody. Agents wanted in every county. Apply quickly. TOWLE A HARDING, General Agents Oct. 9—3ra. 176 Broadway, New York. NEEDHAM C HURCH, School and Parlor Organs and Me lodeons, of every description, at reduced prices. Send for a copy of the last edition of the SILVER TONGUE, Which will be mailed free to any address upon application to the oldest manufacturers of Reed Organs and Melodeons in America, E. P. NEEDHAM k SON, 143, 145 k 147 Fast 23d St. New York. Oct. 9—v3mos. -| AA MEN and BOYS WANTED I tp sell the I Ulf " MAGIO MIRROR. Satqplc and terms sent free by mail. Address with stamp, M. L. Byrne, 80 Cedar st. N. Y. P. O. Box 4,609, Oct, 9—3m Administrator's Sale OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, IN APPOQUINIMINK HUNDRED. B Y virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court, of the State of Delaware, in and fop New Castle county, will be exposed to sale ut Public Auction, on SATURDAY, Oct. 30tb, 1969, at 2 o'clock, P. HI. AT THE HOTEL OF O. H. HILL, BLACLBIRD, NEW CASTI^IÇ CO. DEL#. The following described land# and tenements, be» ing part of the Iteul Estate of the late William M. Vandegrift, dec'd. the same being ordered to be sold for the payment of his debts, to wit : A TRACT OF LAND situated in Appoquiniroiuk Hundred, on the road leading from tile Stute road to the Thoroughfare Neck road, adjoining the lands of Jacob Hill, Wm. Weldon, and Ayres Stockley, Containing about 125 Acres of Land, more or less, with a FRAME HOUSE and OUT BUILDINGS thereon erected. The said premises will lie sold subject to the widow's dower. At tendance will be given and terms of sale made known by the Administrators or by Charles B. Lore their attorney. By order of the Court, BENJ. R. USTICK, Clerk O. Court. The above Property is well worthy the atten tion of capitalists, beiug well adapted to the growth of Peaches, Small Fruits, Vegetables, Grain, Ac. Being situated about two miles be i convenient to Railroad, and Steamboat from Smyrna Creek. There are about 1,000 PEACH TREES in beuring on the farm at present. low Blackbird, it is TERMS OF SALE. Twenty-five Hundred Dollars on ratification of sale; balance in two equal annual payments of one and two y confirmation of sale. Te with interest from date of per cent, of the pur chase money to be paid on the day of sale, to be treated ns part of cash paymeut if conditions complied with, otherwise to be forfeited by pur chaser. The Widow's Dower will be sold at the same (time to give the purchaser a clear title. FRANCIS T. PERRY, THOMAS CAVENDER, Smyrna Times coawts and send bill to this office. Oct. 2—ts } Adm's. NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL OF 1869. JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, Middletown, Del, A RE prepared to supply the Buying Public from an unusually largo and attractive as sortment of New Goods, complete tlyo follow ing departments : Foreign and Domestip Pry Goods, COLORED AND BLACK Cloths and Cassimeres, Ladies' colored and black Cloaking Cloths, Poplins, Merinos, Alpacas,^Delaines, k c. HOSIERY, QLOVES, ÎJOTIONS, HOOP SKIRTS, WHITE GOODS, Laces and Trimmings. Gents' and Youths' new style Cuba Hats, Rubber Overcoats, Umbrellas, and Overshpeg, Lad^s Misses', and Children's Buttoq and Lace Turkey and Morroccp Balmoral Bouts, Mep and Roys' Heavy Bp.ots, and Brogans, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS GERMAN AND RAG CARPETS, Willow and Wooden Ware New and Old Tar Rope, China, Glass, Queens ware, and Stoneware, Hardware, Cutlery, Tin k Earthenware, Drugs, Paints, Qils, Spices, Pickles Jellies load Sauces Tobaccp, Snuff, aHd Cigars, Highly Perfumed Toilet and Washing Soaps, Mackerel, Herring, Salt, Flour, Proyisions. ßtarfc Afill8 Seamless Grain Bags. constantly receiving in new and fresh lots, and buying strictly for cash, can offer extra inducements to our customers on the most reasonable terms. \ liberal discount to cash buyers. Oct. 2—3mos, » Which we 150.000 PEACH TREES, OF LEADING VARIETIES, FOR SALE CHEAP, At the Cedar l^wn Nurseries, SOMERSET COUNTY, MARYLAND. W E have made a specialty of raising Peach Trees, and feel sure of giving satisfaction. For prices and circulars apply by fetter or other wise to OHAS. B. LORE, Wilmington, Del. JO SEPH A. LORD, Odessa, Del. A! H. LOfcD, Up per Trappe, Wicomico county, Md. ' ßdt" Cut this out for leijerçnce, sept. 4^—3m. FOR SALE /-UNE QPQD y.QBK WAGON, apply to yJ LYDIA A. PR Oct. 2—3t PRICE, Middletown, Del. A NE,W LOT OF STOVES JUST RECEIV ED, AT ROTRWELL'S STOVE STORE. ,0.ct. 2—tf. BLANKETS, BLANKETS BLANKETS, BLANKETS, BLANKETS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS, QPILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER A RE again receiving the celebrated Huron Jllankcts which have heretofore met such unprecedented sale. Attention is s qqality, size and weig hey are manufactured expressly for our sales, and will not be found in any other es tablishment. nURON GOLD MEDAL BLANKETS, HURON SWANSUO WN BLANKETS, BUR ON PREMIUM BLANKETS, HURON EXTRA SUPER. BLANKETS. CRIB BLANKETS, EVERY QUALITY. pecially di nt of these » Blankets. IN QUILTS. MARSEILLES, HONEYCOMB, LANCASTER, JACQUARD, BRIDAL, DIMITY, AND CRIB, SHAWLS ! ! Broche Long Shawls, Broche Square Shawls, Cassimere Shawls Paisley Shawls, Blanket Shawls Fancy Arabs, Gent's Shawls, ■ I LINEN GOODS. We invite the attention of Families, Public In stitutions, and the Propritors of Hotels, Bording Houses and Shipping, to our lnrge stock of HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS ' Comprising all the varieties of style and width in every description of Linen Sheetings, Pillow-Case Linens, Barnsley Table Linens, Piano, Table and Nelodeon Covers, Table Cloths, All Sizes, Striped and Plaid liable Coverings, 7able Napkins and Doylies, Towels and Towel ing s, Real Russia Mursery Diaper, Linen Table Covers, Barnsley Crumb Linens, Richardson Sens & Owen's Shirting Linens. SHIRT BOSOMS, made up ourselves from Linen of our own im tat ion, quality. d guaranteed to be of the very I STRAWBITIDGE & CLOTHIER Central Dry Goods House, Oor. EIGHTH and MARKET StB. PHILADELPHIA. Ppt. 2—Cm WILMINGTON Commission House. J. L. HOUSTON, P ROPRIETOR of the Wilmington Tea House, has also opened a COMMISSION HOUSE, adjoining, for the sale of Cereals, frujtg. all kinds of Berries, Peaehes, Apples, Pears, NEW POTATOES, POULTRY, EGGS, GRAIN, And all the productions of our Farmers, Garden , and Nursery can furnish a market for these nearer home and more advantageous than can be had in more dis tant cities, saving double freightage and two or three commissions to producers, traders and con sumers, and a Reliable House, Quick Sales, and Sure Returns. His House is said to be most eligibly, ample ac^ comniodation8, airy, and finely adapted to the sale of Home Productions, and the preservation of perishable fruits. As the Peach World will be pressing, and the sale immense, it may be well that those who wish the services of this House should make previous engagements, as engagements will be many ; and it is desired, so that they may be prepared for the market ; and they will not sell the inferior productions without the good and the best. J. L. HOUSTON, Commission House, 428 Market st. cor. of 5th, Wilmington, Del. June 19— y , and flatters himself that he Address NEW BAKERY, IN MIDDLETOWN, DEL. IVqjt^Ii Hut P#r Jipr pff Lake and Broad Street«.'' T HE undersigned wishes to inform bis 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 Reddings, and Parties, yeRh all sorts of Ci&eg af short notice. He has engaged a first class Baker to attend to the business. lip will aisp coptipuo the Painting Business in A its Branci)e|. FRANCIS TARONI. March 6, 1869—tf J. HERMANN'S Monumental Marble Works, Corner Delaware and Union Streets, NEW CASTLE, D£L. Monuments, Marble and Enameled Slate Mantels, Furnished at short notice, k on reasonable terms. REFERENCES, M. M. CLEAVER, PHILIP R. CLARE, ANDREW ELIA SON. Sept. 4—tf O LD NEWSPAPERS, Wrapping P#sr, ft a cheap and convenient or sal« at this p/Bc*. Delaware Rail Road Lnjp Summer Arrangement. O N and after MONDAY, July 12th, 1868 Passenger Trains will nip ai follows, until further notice : ALL TRAINS SUNDAYS NQRTUt Leave Crisfield, " Marion, " Kingston, " Westover, " Prin.Anne, " Eden " Forktown " Salisbury " Del mar 11 Laurel " Seaford " Bridgeville " Greenwood " Farmington " Harrington 11 Felton " Plymouth " Canterbury " Wil. Grove u Camden 11 Dover 11 Moorton " Brenford " Smyrna " Clayton " Sassafras R'd " Blackbird 11 Townsend " Middleto'n " Mt Pleasant 11 St Georges " Bear tl New Castle Arrive Wilm. " Philad'a " Baltimore 00 A. M. 40 8 05 8 30 9 10 9 40 0 00 0 30 10 45 U 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 oo 7 25 1 05 7 35 1 15 7 50 1 30 8 05 1 45 8 10 1 55 8 05 1 50 8 20 2 05 8 25 2 10 8 35 2 20 8 40 2 30 9 00 9 10 2 55 9 25 3 10 9 35 9 55 3 45 10 15 1145 A.M. 5 40 P.M. 1 15 P. M. 4 05 8 10 " SOUTH. Leave Philad'a 11 Baltimore " Wilm " New Castle " Bear " St Georges " Mt Pleasant " Middletown, 11 Townsend " Blackbird " Sassafras " Clayton Arrive Smyrna Leave Brenford 11 Moorton il Dover " Camden " Wil. Grove " Canterbury " Plymouth " Felton 11 Harrington " Farmington " Greenwood 11 Bridgevillo " Seaford " Laurel " Delmar " Salisbury " Forktown " Eden " Prin. Anne " Westover " Kingston " Marion Arrive Crisfield 8 30 a. m. 5 00 p.m. 7 25 2 25 10 10 10 30 10 50 11 00 11 15 11 35 11 45 11 50 12 00 m. 8 15 12 05 P. m. 8 20 12 15 12 10 12 20 12 40 12 50 6 45 7 00 7 15 7 30 7 50 8 00 8 05 8 30 8 25 8 35 9 05 1 05 9 15 1 10 9 20 1 10 0 20 1 20 9 30 9 45 P. m. 1 40 1 55 2 05 2 15 2 35 2 55 3 10 3 45 4 10 4 30 5 15 5 40 0 oo 6 20 6 45 p. m. Freight Train with Passenger Car attached, will leave Stations named at the following Changed Hours, (subject to delays incifleqf (ft freight bus iness,) viz:—Going South, leave Wilmington about 3 00 A. M.; Newcastle, 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 1030 A. M. Going North, Iqqye Harrington qbout 3 «0 P. M. Felton, 4 00 Catien, 5 05, Dover,'5 45," Moor ton, 6 10, Claytpn, 7 00, Middletown, 8 45, New Castle, 10 30, and be due at Wilmington, about 11 00 P. M. This train will stop to take up I sengers only at Stations named, but will set down Passengers at any regular stopping place be tween Harrington arid Wilmington, Except Hare's Cortterj State jtoi|d, Del. Junction and Dupont. Naw OiSTt.B Tkains.—L eave New Castle for Wilmington and 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 Smyfna for Clayton 11 45' A. M. and 8 10 P, M. Leave Clayton for Smyrna, ® 40 A: M ; riîi.4 P< M. t„ wake connection with trains to and from Dover 'find' stations South. ' •■mr, Steamboat Trains heretofore rqn are with drawn. A Boat will, howover, leave Crisfield for Norfolk, in connection with Lpcal Train, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Erenihgs. p. Û. «Wall, April 18. Supcrjpteufjfirit Delaware R. R. 'M on VALUABLE REAL ESTATE At Trustee's Sale. B Y virtue of a Decree of the Circuit Court for Kent count,-, sitting in Equity, the under signed, as Trustee, will ßell at Public Sale, Tuesday, October tbe 13th, 1869, At Ttfclyp Qiçlpek, if. at the "Voshpll House," in Chestertown, Kent cptinty, Maryjand, on fHE FARM, situated iq said county, on Chesapeake Bay, at the head of Tavern Creek, apd of which the late Walter T. }f. Mj}|pr died seized, It Cqntains 216 Acres af Land, MORE OR LESS, and is divided into five fields well fenced, three of which ore watered by Tavern Creek. Grain may be delivered on the Bay shore, on the farm, and lime boats come to Bear Point on Swan Creek, about one-half mile from the farm. It has a Young Apple Orchard of about One Hundred Trees of choice variety and very thriving. The Qoil is good and well adapted to cereals. The Imprqyemepts are a COMPUTABLE FgAMB DWELLING, With a Kitchen attached, and the usual Out Buildings. The Truateq Wf 1 * »1?° offer pt the same time a Wood Lot Containing About 12 Acres adjojping the land? of John H. Gale's heirs. These lands will be surveyed and a plot exhib ited on the day of sale. TERMS OF SALE.—The terms prescribed by the Decree arc as follows :—On'e-nftli of the pur chase money to be paid on the day of sale, or in sixty days thereafter, at the option of the Trus tee, and tho balance in three 'equal instalments, in one, two and three years from day of sale, and interest from the Jst day of January next, to he secured by thé the bond of the purchaser, with security to be approved by the Trustee. Posses sion given on the first day of January next. pEORQE y ICKERS, Trustee. N. B. The creditors qf the late Walter T. H. Miller deceased, are hereby notified to fife their claims with the clerk '6t the Circuit Cpurt for Kent county, within four months from the day of sale. pE,0. VipjCÇFS, Trustee. Chestertown, Sept 2£, 1869-7^ rc^J ■ J. STEWABT DEPUY. 253 South Secpufi Strept, above Spriice, PHILADELPHIA^ ATOW offers an unusual aasortment of CAR ES PET&.OIL DLOfflS, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, it. at very duced prices, to his friends aud the public. Aug 28—3m A DESIRABLE FARM AT Trustee's Sale. B Y virtue of a Decree of tho Circuit Court for Kent county, as a Court pf Equity, the un dersigned os Trustee will offer it Public Sble ' the highest bidder, on Tuesday, October t|ie 12th, 1969, at 11 o'clock, A. M. at the " Yoshell House," in Chestertown, the Farm of Thomas A. Meredith, lying on Chester Pivej:',' containing 186 Acres, J| Hoods and 11 Perches. adjoining the lapds of William T. Spry and J. F. Newmaq, Esqs. The jgoil is goo$ and adapted to the different kinds of gruip, und a portion good for truck. About one-third new land. Grass and clover gfow finely. The land has all been limed. This farm has many advantages. It is situated on Chester Riyér ina has on it A Fine Fishing Shore and Three Landings. It is about two and a-balf miles from Chester ville, three miles from tfie Railroad Depot at Mil lington, and two 'utiles from Crumpton, conve nient to Schoojs, Churches, he. A Peach Orchard of 500 Trees. Well selected and seven years old. There arc five fields, under fnif ordinary fenc^ ing, and sufficient Timber for fencing. THE DWELLING is a good one-story Frame, in good condition, with two rooms below and A good Kitphfcq ig attached. There is a Stable, Corn House, apd Grumiry. Mr. Thomas A. Meredith, who resides on the farm, will show it to whoever may call. THE TERMS OF SALE One-half cash on the day of sale, or in sixty days, at the option of the Trustee ; one-fourth on the first of Janua ry next, and the balance on the first of January, 1871, with interest from the day of sale, to be se cured by the bond of the purchaser with security to be approved by the Trustee. two above. GEORGE VICKERS, Trustee. Chestertown, Sept. 25, 1869—ts BANKING HOUSE OF John McLear & Son, 607 Market St. Wilmington, Del. Established, 1848. W E arc 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 Oetober. 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 coptiuually en larging our facilities. Money received on deposit and returned on demand with interest. Parties keeping with us may draw checks on us payable at sight, precisely as in tfiç case of bnpks. Drafts op England, Jrelund, Germany and other countries drawn. Parties desiring to invest money in bond and mortgage, are invited to exuminc curities of this class. Passage tickets from Europe, l»y ull good lines sold. ***''•' Government Securities taken in exchange for any other scurities at the highest JOHN McLEAR A SON. June 5th, 1869—tf. •counts list ot'se •ket rates. REG-ISTffR'S ORDER, R EGISTER'S OFFICE, New Castle County, September 2nd, I860. Upon the application of Franny T. Perry and Thomas Cavender, Administrators of William M. Vandegrift, late of Appoquinimink Hundred in said county, deceased ; it is ordered and directed by the Register that the Administrators aforesaid, give notice of the granting of Letters of Admin istration upon the Estate of the deceased, with the date of the granting thereof, by cniuingadyer tisements to be posted within forty days'fypiq the date of spcji Letters, in six'of the most public places ip the çpuntÿ bf'^feÿ Cajfle, peqfiiiiVjg all persons having '»Jenpinds against the'Estate, to present tlje same, qr abide by an Act pf Assem bly in such ease made and provided. Aqd nlso cause the samp to be inserted with ip thp sajpc pe riod in thp AT Dale town fj?ran^oript a newspaper published in Middletown, and t'o be continued theyejp two months. ( er *' t ) Given under the hand anil Seal of Of •j l. s. vficcof the Register aforesaid, at New '-V—' ' Castle, in Ne>v Castle County aforesaid, the day and year above written. R. C. FRAIM, Register. NOTICE.—All persons having claims against the Estate of the deceased must present the same duly attested to the Administrators on or before September 2d, 1870, or abide the Aet qf 'Assem blern such case made and provided'. ' FRANCIS T. PERRV, \ ' ' . . . 4 THOS. CAVENDER.} A 4nuntstratore. Address of F. T. Perry. Odessa, Del. Address of Thomas Cavender, Middlletown, Del. READ, HEAD, READ. T HE undersigned, thankful for past favors, calls the attention of the Farmers to the fol lowing. Intending to devote his whole atten tion tej t||p GRAIN PUSINpS, Will pay, on order of Messrs. William Lea & Sons, at Brandywine Mills, or Elihu Jefferson, New Castle, Del. the highest price for nil 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 RAMBO'Sand WHITE S LIME with promptness. Also, will pay particu lar attention to shipping grain for farmers their own account, making prompt return of sales, and collecting the money for them. Will fill all orders for the following Fertilizers : Moro Philips' Super-PJjpsphatßi PHODBS' SpPPR-pRQSflUTK, PARCHS' «ASV HONE SyPKB-rHpSfllAIE, ELLIS' SUPER-piIOSPHATE, PACIFIC £ PERUVIAN GU^Npg. Also will furnish Clover and Timothy Seed at the shortest notice. Can giye the best references as to ability. .4« T. fSRADLEY, Middletown, Del July 3—ly Farmers, Take Notice! rpiIE uqijersigpcd having obtained Letters I Pa^ptforajj "Injprovejneptin Grain Drill" for tlie prirposf of Sowing Phojphate, Guano, and other Fertilizers, dated Oct. 27, 1868, k confirmed by the Superior Court of tho District of Colum bia, .July 11), 18.69, would respectfully inform the Farmipg Community that he hag made arrangc mepts 'to furnish to them the PEL^WAJIE PHOSPHATE DRILL, Graip and Phosphate Drill Combined. Thp Ph»Sph*fe! Arrangement to any common grain drill that has been in use. There were 71 said laßt year in this neigobor hood which gave entire satisfaction, and were pronounced by these who used'them to'be the best Phosphate Sower that has ever boen intro duced into this country. Farmers wishing to procure these Drills must apply early, as, owing to the lateness of the son, only a limited number will be offered. F'or further ipformation apply W. N. HAMILTON, M. D. July 24—tf Odessa, Delaware. can ba attached ' REMOVAL! ! Or. W. W. NADBAIN H AS removed fcpm the old and knoim Stand, cproejf pf M^io streetf, to No. 8 Middletown Hall, Hllpp^TOWHf, W Wherç continues to keep a large and well se^ lected stock of DÏJY QQQDS., NQÜ0NS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, *».. In fact everything that is requisite to make up a First Class Country Store, may there be foupçi, of reliable quality and at JlEASONAB^E UNICES. QfVf Ulst 4 C4LL. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange foi; Goods. Aug. 7~y BAFGIt'ß RAW BONE Supep phgsphate of Lima MM«', m STANDARD WARRANTS!«, W E offer to Farmers, the present Fall sfflsoq. BAUGH'S RAW BONE SUPER 1'HOS* being highly improved. Bnugh's Raw Bone Super Phosphate, is as its name indicates, prepared by dissolving Raw Bones in Oil of Vitriol—that is, Bones that havq not been deprived of their organic matter—tho grease and glue—by burning or baking. It there fore, presents to the use of the Farmer all the. valuable properties of Raw Bones in a highly concentrated form—rendering it at once quick iq action and very permanent. Furniers are recommended to purchase pf the. dealer located in their neighborhood. In sections where no dealer is yet established, the Phosphat* may be procured directly from the undersigned. BAUpII k SOKS, Manufacturers, Office, No. 20 S. Del. Avenue, Philadelphia PH ATE OF LIME July 17—3mo. MORO PHILLIPS' GENVINR IRIkqfikgf) SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIMB 1 STANDARD GUARANTEED, or sale at Manufacturers' Depots. No. 27 North Front Street, Philadelphia Vo. 06 Sflurii Strict, UALT4#<tHlS> And by dealers jq general throughout the country F< T HE Sombrero Guano of which Moro PhlV lips' Phosphate is and always has been man ufactured, (and of which he has sole control fof United States} contains fifty per cent, npore Bone Pliosntyite |}jan |taw Bone, therefore it iq more duraolb. A large percentage is Soluble, aqd )vjll imnie^ diately yield its nourishment. The Ammonia it contains is pure nn<^ rpady to yield its value—not animal matter, capable yielding its ummonia after decpmppiiifjßji iq ^ SflU life Nq|bipg i? spared in j manqfocture to rendei; it the most valuable Super-f*npsphate and Cron Producer in t|je market. '*" * Eigl}t yçarjjj' experience Jins fifoyed |o |(je far mer tijat iVis dppible ä||(f uin atwftyjj pp yalietf on aç unifôiim in niiamy, alia the mihicroiis un^ solicited testiino}}inl=i continually received of its use iq cqpip t ;\if|p}l yiith other Fertilizers, fully attest t||at }jfts not been exceijed. ' " • 7 Jh jcp $qjj J>er Toq of 2,000 Ppufljjjj. Discount to l)palefs.' Uloro SQL« p|ipPRIETC|R^ î|j Ali U FACTURER. A. T. Bradley, fi|iddletown, Del. For sale by June 26—Ginos AMERICAN $ SWISS WATCHES. aj: PlfftSOIf« No. 351 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA* SKS attention to hig fu\e selected stock of. WATTIES AND JEWELRY, Of l|)p latest Styles and the best Factory mak., Silver Warg. Sterling Silver Spoops, Forks, and Butter Knives, yrhicli will bp sold at a j-pry glfiall advance. JFZT- Particular qttpntion pai^ to repairing Fine Watches iiml Jewelry. March 6—tf II. McCoy. Wm. A. Raisin. McCOY & RAISIN, General CoinmlsHlon Merchant«, No. 73 S!)l T|j STflEKT, Qcf,'f)giïji Porn Exchange, HALVIMQre, W E refpr to the following among our patrons in Kent couniy Maryland*' " *, 3 Georges's! Handyf'*' George T. Hollyday, Ilf- Swi» e > A. Beck. Judge Jos. A. Wickes, Hon. Wm. Welch, Williapi B. Wilpicp, Jeryjs çjpencer^ " }»»?fs-iy Ä îlfQMAS HIASSEY, |D. «*2» C1AJUK 4*D MAKER, Slain Street, nearly opposite W a|^er'« Hat*| f Middletown, Delaware (A LPph'S atepes. 'îevrplfy , *c. peatly and promptly repared. ^ Always on hand anj for gafe, Clpcks, Watches, PlaR$ WaVe Fppkö, Spoons, Silver Napkin Riflgs, Silver Thimbleg, Salt, Sugar and Tea Spoons, Butter Knifes, Gold Brenst-Pins, Ear Rings, Fir.gervRingE, Sleeve Buttons, Watdh Chains, Watch toys, Key Rings, Steel Watch Chains, Ac. ' * ' T Dec. 12—tf. NEWARK ACADEMY, NEWARK, DELAWARE, Pbof. EDWARD D pORTER, 4 . J|. PRINCIPAL. A FIRST-CLASS Mathematical, Classical and Scientific Boardlug School for boys and young men. WiU commence in One Handled and Fini Academic Year, Ssptsmish, ist, laijoL For full information send lor Circular. , ; August 14—3m.