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PUBLISH»!) EVERT SATO AD AT,
BY HENRY VANDERFORD.
Terms.* —$2.00 per annum, payable in advance.
Bingle copies five cents.
Advertising Rates.-—O ne square of ten lines,
$1 for the first insertion and 25 cents for each
Subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
Six months $0. For a quarter of a column three
months $8 ; six monhta $15 ; one year, with the
privilege of four changes, $25; for half a column
$50. Fractions of a square to he counted as a
square. When the number of insertions is not
Marked) advertisements will be continued until
forbid) and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates ; Marriages and
Deaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
co nfine their advertisements to their own business.
jör* All letters should be addressed to The
JMiddletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
ß&P Office corner Main and Scott streets.
The Chinese Coolies.— The particu
lars of the plan for the introduction of Coo
lie laborers into Louisiana have recently
been made public. The employers must
pay the laborers monthly wages, amount
ing to $8 in gold or $10 in currency.
They mu3t also advance $150 for the pay
ment of the passage money and two months
wages of each Coolie. The question lias
been raised whether the planters will he
able to raise $3000 for every twenty hands,
at the same time running the risk of the
Coolies not working. It is, however, be
lieved that the funds will be forthcoming,
and that a large number of Coolies will
soon ho at work.
The Swiss laborers in Georgia give uni
versal satisfaction.
ANTICIPATING
THE
FALL TRADE.
HE undersigned has made the most elabor
ate preparations and nlrcndv offers to those
who may wish to be early in making tlielr Fall
and Winter purchases, a
T
FULL STOCK OF GOODS,
Suitable for Fall and Winter
My stock of DRY GOODS will consist in part
vear and usage.
of
BLACK and COLORED ALPACAS,
Wool Delaines, Wool Poplins,
IVCoTiairs,
A good assortment of Prints, Cotton and Wool
Flannels, 1, 1], Brown and Bleached Muslins,
Heavy Domestics, Bal. Skirts, Shawls, k c. kc.
NOTIONS.
Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies Corsets, Ladies Vests,
Ribbons* Edgings, Gents Undershirts, Ladies
Collars and Cuffs, Combs, Hair Brushes, Velvets,
and in fact everything you could well expect to
first Class Notion House me
here be
find i
of the gentler
d AMERICAN
New Styles of
and disposing
1 ask the particular attentioi
to my assortment of FRENCH
CLOTHS, and Fancy Caasimers.
which I am constantly
of at reasonable prices.
Also to the Community in general to my Stock
d of M
•mug
, Womens
ade to
of Mens IIkayy Boots,
and Misses Heavy Siioeh,
Order of the Bust material, and
1 am willing to guarantee satisfaction. I have
good assortment of Mens sewed and peg
nd double upper and sole Calf
jadics Dress Shoes i
hieb I have
V of which
also
ged, single
Boots, and
Styles.
Various
Hats and Caps.
^Carpets, Druggets, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloth Win
dow Shades, Door Mats, Hardware,
Cedarw
ware, Stoneware, Groceries,
&c. kc. kc.
*, Qucensware, Earthen
Glass, Oil, Paints, Mackerel, »Shad, and Her
ring always on hand.
ßdP Will show goods with pleasure, and
make a liberal discount for Cash.
G. W. W. NAUDAIN.
No. 3. Middletown Hall.
Oct. 13—tf
GEO. INGRAM & CO.
BROKERS,
MAINSTREKT ABOVE BROAD,
Middletown, Delaware,
A TTEND promptly to the collec
tion OF
NOTES, DEAFTS, BILLS, &c. &c.
LOANS NEGOTIATED UPON THE MOST
LIBERAL TERMS.
INVESTMENTS MADE IN THE MOST SATIS
FACTORY MANNER.
Stocks Bought and Sold
Also, receive applications for
Del. Mutual Life Insurance Company
OF WILMINGTON.
Refer by permission to the following named
gentlemen :
Geo. W. Karsner,
J. W. Vandegrift,
Beyfert, McManus k Co. Philadelphia.
^Gen. Robert Patterson, "
B. F. Chatham, Phila. Nat. Bank.
,Oct. 16, 1869— y
Commission.
McDonough.
$10. WATCHES. $10.
HE GREAT TRADE IMPROVEMENT AS
SOCIATION, (Incorporated by the State)
Sell Fine Gold and solid Silver Watches at $10
each.
10,000 Engravings, fully illustrating and de
scribing all our watches, arc placed in sealed en
velopes, which arc thoroughly mixed, and when
ordered are mailed, post paid, at the following
prices:—Single Engraving, 50 cents. Twelve
and rich premium, $5. Twenty-five and elegant
silver hunting watch as premium, $10 Every
engraving entitles the holder thereof to a Watch
'worth from $25 to $750, irrespective of value, for
$10. Nothing can be lost by this investment, as
no article in our stock is worth less than the
money asked, while the buyor may obtain a
watch worth $750. Circulars free. Just try it
once before hastily condemning us. Address
MICHELIN k CO. Managers,
205 Broadway, Cor. Fulton St. New York.
Oct. 16—3m
T
S END for a copy of new edition WELL'S EV
ERY MAN HIS OWN LAWYER AND BU»S
INESS FORM BOOK, a complete and reliable
guide to all matters of law and business transac
tions for every State in the Union. The profes
sional man, the farmer, the mechanic, the
chant, the manufacturer, euch require
nient, comprehensive, apd reliable work, which
will enable him to draw up any instrument that
may be required, and that will furnish hi
:h information
his husine8 relations of life—a book that cvery
understand, and that will enable every
one'to be their own counsel, The entire leading
press of the country unqualifiedly endorse the
work. Price ouly $2.25. Sent postpaid. Agents
Address JNO. G. WELLS.
conve
witli
as is usually called for i
BUt
body
rvwher
.wanted _ ^
Publisher, No. 432 Broome Steet N. Y.
' Oct. 16, 1869.—3njos.
ODESSA NURSERIES.
rpiIE Proprietors offer for Sale, for Fall plant
J- ing of I860 or Spring of 1870,
70,000 I J each Trees
of the leading
Market and Family Varieties.
200,000 SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
consisting of the following varieties :
STRAWBERRIES,
RASPBERRIES,
BLACKBERRIES,
GOOSEBERRIES,
CURRANTS, AND GRAPE VINES.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS.
300,000 OSAGE ORANGE QUICKS.
One and Two Years Old.
ALSO
EARLY ROSE, POTATOES,
And several other leading varieties, for seed.
Apply to
Oct. IG, 18G9.
POLK k HYATT,
Or to WM. B. CROFT.
Odessa, Del.
ESTRAY.
C AME to the premises of the subscriber near
St. Georges, Del. about three weeks since, a
small brown Mare, having the heaves. The own
er is requested to identify property, pay charges
and take her away.
Oct. 1G.— 3t.
THOMAS
CRAVEN,
Notions, Dress Trimmings, Hosiery,
AN» VARIETY STORE.
W. T. WARNER,
's Old Stand,
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
Lockwood & Tat
W ( ULI) 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 Whit3 Kid
Gloves, of the best makes; also Col'd and Black
Kid Gloves; Satin, cut bias, 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 Vain, Knit
ting Colton in bulls, French Corsets, Hemstitch
Nets, Barb Li
Magic Combs, Reg'd Em
broidery, Cambric Edgings, Laces, Long Bead
Necklaces, Hair Switches, Rolls and Braid, Sets
Jldkfs. Cable
Brushes and Couibs
of Jewelry, Charms, Crosses, Bracelets.
HOOP SKIRTS, DRESS BUTTONS,
NAPKINS AND TOWELS,
KNITTING YARN, LACE VEILS, SILK TIS
SUE AND BAREGE, LA CABAS,
And a variety of Notions, F
iruishing Goods, Fine
dershirts and Drawers, A Hose, Shirt
Fronts, Collars, Cuffs, Neckties and
ds, Gent's
While Shirts, Un
i
Bows, Driving Gloves, Valises,
Unihrellas
kc. kc. kc.
STATIONERY.
. Note, Letter and Foolscap Pa
ddle and colored. Als
Sugi
Gilt Edge, C
Envelope
per.
stock of G roc
, Coffee,
Spices, Rice, N
de-Coco, Choc
r
• k ve ,
selling
Syrups, Vinegar, Coal Oil, kc. kc.
below regular prices. Call and examine my stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
I a
W. T. Warner,
Middletown, Del.
Oct. 9, 1809.—7mos.
1869
Fall anti Winter 1 DUO
»ress Guods. IÖOJ 7
EDWIN IIALL & CO.
28 South Second Street,
visiting
Inrites the attention of purchasers
Philadelphia to their large and
elegant stock of
DRY GOODS
Consisting in part of
BLACK and COLORED SILKS.
FRENCH and IRISH POP UNS.
PLAIN and CORDED POPLINS.
Medium and low priced DRESS GOODS.
DRESS GOODS of the latent stylet constantly receiving.
BLACK DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY.
LONG and SQUARE BROCHE S 1/A WLS.
LONG and SQUARE BLANK ET SIIA WLS.
A RA BS, CHINCH IL L A 7 A CKETS,
SILK CLOAK VELVETS.
SILK FINISH VKL 1 r ETEENS.
SILK PL USIIES , all colors.
CLOTHS and CASS I ME RES.
TABLE LINENS and NAPKINS.
SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS.
BLANKETS and CO UNTER PANES.
PIANO and TABLE COVERS.
WHITE GOODS , LACES, EMBROIDERIES
GLOVES , H01SERY, ,jc.
N. B.—We deal in good Goods and endeavor
to sell at such prices that will give satisfaction.
^aS^The Chestnut and Market St. cars w
convey you to within a few doors of the store.
h ill & co.
28 South Second St. Philadelphia.
Oct. 9, 1869.—3mos.
PRINTERS
CAN ÜET
Types, Presses, & Printing Material
GENERALLY,
At greatly reduced prices from
Vanderbaugh, Wells & Co.
110 Fulton St. and 1G k 18 Dutch St. N. Y.
MAKERS OF
Woed Type, Eagle, Californi
d other Econom
ical Cabinets, Cases, Stands and Galleys.
FACTORY, PATTERSON, NEW JERSEY.
N. B.—Young's excellent Copy-Holder and
everything of recent production in their line.
Oct. 9—3m
1869. PHILADELPHIA 1869.
W A LT. PAPERS.
HOWELL & BOURKE
MANUFACTURED OF
Paper Hangings, & Window Shades,
Sales Rooms, Cor. Fourth and Market Sts.
PHILADELPHIA,
Factory, Cor. Twenty-Third and Sansom streets.
New Style» Every Day, of Our Own Make
Oct. 9—3m
OYSTERS! OYSTERS!!
RIME CRIBFIELD OYSTERS will be served
throughout the season, in quantities to suit
purchasers. Apply to
Oct. 9—3m*
P
Clmrle« Adams.
Administrator's Sale
OF VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE,
IN APPOQUINIMINK HUNDRED.
B Y virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court
of the State of Delaware, in and for Ncv
Cu8tle county,
Auction, on
ill be exposed to sule at Public
SATURDAY,
Oct. notli, 1869, at a o'clock, P. M.
AT TIIE HOTEL OF O. H. HILL,
BLACLBIRD, NEW CASTLE CO. DEL..
The following described lands and tenements, be
ing part of the Real Estate of the late Willi
Vandcgrift, dec'd. the same being ordered to be
sold for the payment of his debts, to wit :
A TRACT OF LAND
situated in Appoquinitnink Hundred, on the road
leading from the State road to the Thoroughfare
Neck road, adjoining the lands of Jacob Hill,
Wm. Weldon, and Ayres Stoekley,
Containing about 125 Acres of Land,
more or loss, with a FRAME HOUSE and OUT
BUILDINGS thereon erected. The said premises
will he sold subject to the widow's d
tendance will he given and terms of sale made
known by the Administrators or by Charles B.
Lore their attorney.
By order of the Couit, BENJ. R. USTICK,
Clerk (). Court.
cr. At
The above Property is well worthy the atten
tion of capitalists, being well adapted to the
growth of Peaches, Small Fruits, Vegetables,
Grain, Ac. Being situated about two miles be
low Blackbird, it is c
Steamboat from Smy
1,000 PEACH TREES i
present.
ement to Railroad, and
Creek. There arc about
i bearing
till; farm at
TERMS OF SALE.
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars on ratification of
sale; balance in two equal annual payments of
and two years, with interest from date of
confirmation of sale. Ten per cent, of the pur
chase money to be paid on the day of sale, to be
treated ns part of cash payment if conditions are
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 titlo.
FRANCIS T. PERRY,
THOMAS CAVENDER,
Times coawts and send bill to this
I Adra's.
Smyi
»flieg.
Oct. 2—ts
MIDDLETOWN ACADEMY.
A First Class Boarding and
DAY SCHOOL,
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
WAHREN I. HICKS. A. II.
HUDSON A. WOOD, A. I).
}
Principals,
assisted by
Mrs. GENIE II. HICKS
id Mrs. MARY WOOD.
F
VLLT
December 3d.
begins September 13th, and ends
begins December Gth apd ends
March 18th. Vacation of one week at Christmas
and at the close pf the term.
SPRING Term begins March 2Slh and ends June
l?tH.
Tuition per Quarter of 12 weeks, payable at the
middle of each Term;
WINTER To
Small Scholars in First Lessons
Primary Department.
A cade
.$ 5 00.
... 8 00 .
...11 00 .
...15 00.
...12 00 .
. 2 00 .
. 2 00 .
1 Department
Classical Department....
Instrumental Music.
Vocal Music..
Use pf Pi*
d French (
Tuition per annum, including hoard
wood, lights, aqd washing.
h extra)
00 .
120 00 .
The si
Students charged from the time of entering.
For further particulars address the Principals
for Circular, Middletown, Del.
00 .
Oct. 3—tf
THE IIINKLEY
Family Knitting Machine.
PRICE $30.
1 7* VERY Family in ilie country needs one.
LA knits everything from a mitten to a Blan
learn to work it ii
it
A child 12 years old, e
hour. It is operated the same as
by hand
sewing
foot. It
ses hut
chi
needle,
and is the perfection of beauty and usefulness.
Circulars with cuts and full particulars free to
everybody. Agpnts wanted in every county.
Apply quickly.' TOWLE k HARDING,
General Agents
176 Broadway, New York.
Oÿ. 9—3ra.
NEEDHAM
C HURCH, School and Parlor Organs and Me
lodcons, of every description, at reduced
prices. Send for a copy of the last edition of the
u
SILVER TONGUE,
Whicli 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, 146 & 147 Fast 23d St. New York.
Oct. 9—3mos.
TOWLE'S PATENT
Grade and Drainage Level, Price $15.
VERY Farmer needs one. Every School
should have one. No engineer, required to
"s, walks or water courses. Will es
s for foundation walls, bridges, made
ground, &c. R is extremely simple and beauti
ful. Sent to any address on receipt of price. De
scriptive circulars, with cuts, free.
HAMILTON E. TOWLE, Civil Engineer,
and Special European Patent Solicitor,
Oct. 9—3m
E
lay out road
tablisii level
176 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS WANTED
LOCAL AND TRAVELING,
FOr THE
American Meat & Vegetable Chopper,
T HE best thing, without exception, i
market; saves 90 per cent, in time and la
bor; cuts 10 to 13 lbs. of meat, sufficiently fine
for pics, in four minutes. Agents are coining
money. Cut of machine, terms. &c. free.
Address
Oct. 9—3m
D. A. NEWTON k Co.
No. 38 Cortland St. N. Y.
1 A A MEN and BOYS WANTED ! to sell the
1UU "MAGIC MIRROR. »Sampleand terms
sent free bv mail. Address with stnmp, M. L.
Byrne, 80 Cedar st. N. Y. P. O. Box 4,C69.
Oct. 9—3m
FOR SALE
O NE GOOD YORK WAGON, apply to
LYDIA A. PRICE,
Oct. 2—3t Middletown, Del.
NEWARK ACADEMY,
NEWARK, DELAWARE,
Prof. EDWARD D PORTER, A. M.
PRINCIPAL.
A FIRST-CLASS Mathematical, Classical and
•Scientific Bonrdi:»g School for boys and
young men. Will commence its One Hundred
and First Academic Year, September, 1st, 1869.
For füll information send for Circular.
August 14—3m.
304 W. M. KEMARD 306
THE CASH
DRY GOODS
AND
CARPET HOUSE,
.
OP
DELAWARE.
304 So 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
offered in this State.
THE CARPET ROOM
Having been enlarged, is filled with a fine variety
of the best makes of English and American
Tapestry, Brussels, Three-Ply, Ingrain,
&c. Oil Cloths, all widths, Cocoa
and Canton Mattings, Rugs,
Matts, Window Shades,
Fixtures, Stair Rods,
kc, kc. &c. &c.
In the Wholesale Deparment
Will be found all the best makes of Sheetings,
Shirtings, &c. all of which will be sold at
New Yofk 'Wholesale Prices.
The Cloth and Cassimere Department
Is one of the most extensivein the establishment,
ppaiprising all kinds of goods for
Ladies', Men's & Boy's wear.
The Flannel Department
For Variety) cannot be surpassed "153V
THE RETAIL
Sheeting and Muslin Department
Is large and all kinds of the best goods will
be cut at very low priceg.
The Hosiery and Glove Counter
Will be found R|H nqd cpwplefc at all times.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
Of all kinds at reasonable ratps,
The Dress Goods Room
Is the pride of the House, special attention being
paid to this department.
W, M. constantly iq t|ic Nc\y York and
Philadelphia markets, enables him to procure all
new and desirable goods at the lowest rates, and
as he buys direct from the importer in large lots,
it is to liis advantage to sell cheap, that goods
may be turned out fast, thus keeping the stock
new and lively all the time.
invited to call, feeling assured that
they will not be disappointed either in assort
ment or prices.
All
W. M. KENNARD,
304 & 306 Market st.
ABOV^l THIRp,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE.
Oct. 9, 1869.-7
BLANKETS, BLANKETS
BLANKETS, BLANKETS,
BLANKETS, BLANKETS,
QUILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS,
QUILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS,
QUILTS, QUILTS, QUILTS.
STRAWBltlDGE & CLOTHIER
A RE again receiving the celebrated Huron
Blankets which have heretofore met such
unprecedented sale. Attention is specially
rected to the quality, size and weight of these
Blankets. They are manufactured expressly for
our sales, and will not be found in any other es
tablishment.
HURON GOLD MEDAL BLANKETS,
HURON SWANSDO WNBLANKETS,
II UR ON PREMIUM BLANKETS,
HURON EXTRA SUPER. BLANKETS.
CRIB BLANKETS , EVER Y Q UAL IT Y .
di
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 large stock of
HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS
Comprising all the varieties of style and width in
every description of
Lineji Sheetings,
Pillow-Case Linens,
Barnsley Table Linens,
Piano, Table and Nclodeon Covers,
Table Cloths, All Sizes,
Striped and Plaid Table Coverings,
Table Napkins and Doylies ,
Towels and Towclings,
Peal Russia Mursery Diaper,
Linen Table Ç'overs,
Barnsley Crumb Linens,
Richardson Sons & Owen's Shirting
Linens.
SHIRT BOSOMS,
made up ourselves fi
Linen of
n impor
tation, und guaranteed to be of the very best
quality.
STRAWBltlDGE A CLOTHIER
Central Dry Goods House,
Cor. EIGHTH and MARKET Sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
Of;f. 2—Gm
NEW GOODS
FOR THE FALL OF 1869.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS &, SOX,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
Middletown, Del.
A RE prepared to supply the Buying Public
Lx. froni an unusually large and attractive as
sortment of New Goods, complete in the follow
ing departments :
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
COLORED AND BLACK
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Ladies' colored and black Cloaking Cloths,
Poplins, Meripos, Alpacas, Delaines, Sic.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS,
JIOpP SKIRTS, WHITE GOODS,
Laces and Trimmings,
Gents' and Youths' new style Cuba Hats, Rubber
Overcoats, Umbrellas, and Overshoes, Ladies
Misses', and Children's Button and Lacc
Turkey and Morroeco Balmoral
Boots, Men apd Boys' Heavy
Boots, and Brogans,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
GERMAN AND RAQ CARPETS,
Willow and Wooden Ware
New and Old Tar Rope, China, Glass, Queens?
ware, and Stoneware, Hardware, Cutlery, Tin k
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Spices, Pickles
Earthenw
Jellies aad Sauces,
Tobacco, Snuff, and Cigars,
ghly Perfumed Toilet and Washing Soaps,
Mackerel, Herring, Salt, Flour, Provisions.
ALIX Stark Mills Seamless Grain Bags.
Which we are constantly receiving in new and
fresh lots, and buying strictly for cash, can offer
extra inducements to our customers on the most
reasonable terms. A liberal discount to
cash buyers.
Oct. 2—3mos.
150,000 PEACH TIREES,
OF LEADING VARIETIES,
FOR SALE CHEAP,
At the Cedar Lawn 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 letter
wise to CJIÀS.'Br LORE, Wilmington, Del. JO
SEPH A. LORD, Odessa, Del. A H. LORD, Up
per I'rajipe, Wicomico county, Md.
Cut this out for leference.
sept. 4—3m.
other
NEW LOT OF STOVES JUST RECE1V
_ ED, AT ROTHWELL'S STOVE STORE.
Oct. 2—tf.
A
MORO PHILLIPS'
GENUINE IMPROVED
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME
STANDARD GUARANTEED,
For sale at Manufacturers' Depots.
No. 110 South Delaware Avenue, Five Doors
Below Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,
No. 95 South Street, Baltimore,
And by dealers in general throughout the country
rpiIE Sombrero Guano of which Moro Phil
A lips' Phosphate is and always has been
ufacturcd, (and of which he has sole cputrol for
the United States) contains fifty per cent, more
Bone Phosphate than Raw Bone, therefore it is
more durable.
A large percentage is Soluble, and will imme
diately yield its nourishment.
The Ammonia it contains is pure and ready to
yield its value—not animul matter, capable of
yielding its auimouia after decomposition in the
soil.
Nothing is spared in its manufacture to render
it the most valuable Super-Phosphate and Crop
Producer in the market.
experience 1ms proved to the fur
Eight y
mer that it is durable and can always be relied
on as uniform in quality, and the numerous
solicited testimonials continually received of its
use in competition with other Fertilizers, fully
attest that it 1ms not beer* excelled.
Price $50 per Ton of 2,000 Pounds. Discount
to Dealers.
Moro Phillips,
SOLE PROPRIETOR & MANUFACTURER.
A. T. Bradley,
Middletown, Del.
For sale by
June 2G—Graos—
BAUGH'S
RAW BONE
Super Phosphate of Lime.
MARK -
•ffiADE
STANDARD WARRANTED.
W E öfter to Farmers, the present Fall season,
BAUGH'S RAW BONE SUPER PHOS
PHATE OF LIME as being highly improved.
Baugh's Raw Bone Super Phosphate, is as its
name indicates, prepared by dissolving Raw
Bones in Oil of Vitriol—that is, Bones that have
not been deprived of their organic matter—the
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 in
action and very permanent.
Farmers are recommended to purchase of the
dealer located in their neighborhood. In sections
where no dealer is yet established, the Phosphate
may be procured directly from the undersigned.
BAUGH & SONS, Manufacturers,
Office, No. 20 S. Del. Avenue,
Pnq.ApHLPUiA.
Jply 1|—3mo.
WILMINGTON
Commission. Ilpuse,
J. I.. HOUSTON!,
P ROPftlETOJl cf the Wilmington To
has also - opened a COMMISSION
adjoining, for the sale of
a House,
HOUSE,
Cereals, Fruits, all kinds of Berries,
Peaehes, Apples, Pears,
NEW POTATOES, POULTRY, EGGS, GRAIN,
And all the productions of our Farmers, Garden
ers, and Nurserymen, und flatters himself that he
market f6r these'nearer home and
can furnish
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 II*.
is said to be most eligible, ample ac
commodations, airy, and "finely' adapted to the
sale of Home Productions, and the preservation
of perishable fruits.
As the 1
•h 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.
Address
J. L. HOUSTON,
Commission House,
42y Market st. cpr. of ^th, Wilmjpgton, Del.
June }9_— y
NEW BAKERY,
IN MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
North Çast Corner ofLnke and Broad Street«.
T HE undersigned wishes to inform jils friends
and the public at ianre, that he has
mcnced the Baking Business in ;
meats, and will keep constantly on hand,
Bread, Cakes, Crackers, Pies, Candy,
And \yill supply 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 G, 1869—tf
com
all its depart
FRANCIS TA RON I.
THOMAS MASSEY, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
qrly opposite Walker's Hotel.
Middletown, Delaware
Nlnln Street.
C LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, kc. neatly and
promptly repared.
hand and for sale, Clocks, Watches,
Plated Ware, Forks, Spoons, Silver Napkin
Rings, Silver Thimbles, Salt, Sugar and Tea
Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Ear
Rings, Filler,-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Watch
Chains, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch
Chains, kc.
Dec. 12—tf.
Alway
J. HERMANN'S
Monumental Marble Works,
Cornier Delaware and Union Streets,
NEW CASTLE, DEL.
Monuments, Marble and Enameled
Slate Mantels
Furnished at short notice, k on reasonable terms.
REFERENCES.
M. M. CLEAVEn, FHILip R. CLARK, ANDREW ELIASON.
Sept. 4—tf
J. STEWART DEPUY.
253 South §econd Street, above Spruce,
PHILADELPHIA,
N OW offers an unusual assortment of CAR
FETS, Oil. CLOTHS, WINDO W
SHADES, 11 ATTINGS, Je. Jc. at very re
duced prices, to his friends and the public.
Aug 28—3in
O LD NEWSPAPERS, a cheap and convenient
Wrapping Paper, for sale at this office.
BANKING-ROUSE OF
John McLear So Son^
607 Market St. Wilmington, Del.
Established, 1848.
W E are offering for sale the Six per. Centj
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 èsteemed as uh investment, and tho'
rapid growth and general prosperity of the city
make them more than ever desirable.
We continue tp transact a general banking
and brokerage business, and are continually en
larging our facilities.
Money received on deposit and returned on
demand with Jq ter est. Parties keeping accounts
with us may draw checks op u? payable at sight,
precisely as* in the case of banks.'
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 this class.
Passage tickets fipm Europe, by all good
lines soldi
Government Securities taken in exchange for
any other scurijieâ at the highest market rates.
JOHN McLEAR k SON.
June 5th, 18G9—tf.
REGISTER'S ORDER,
R EGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle County,
September 2nd, 1869.
Upon the application of Francis T. Perry and
Tlionmô Gavender, Administrators of Williapl M.
Vandegrift,'late of. Appöqui^imink HuudVed 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 ipc gçaptipg thereof, by causing adver
tisements to be posted within forty days from the
date of such Letters, in six of the most public
places in the county of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands against the Estate, to
present the same, or abide by an Act of Assem
bly in such case made and provided. And also
cause the same to he inserted within the same pe
riod in the Middletown Transcript a newspaper
published in Middletown, and to be continued
therein two months.
Given under the hand and Seal of Of
fice of the Register aforesaid, at New
Castle, in New 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 Administratprs on or before
September 2d, 1870. or abide the Act of As'sem
ae and provided.
blyin such case
FRANCIS T. PERRY,
THUS. CAVENDER.
Address of F. T. Perry, Odessa, Del. Address
of Thomas Cavender, Middlletown, Del.
Admin istratorg.
READ, READ, READ.
T HE undersigned, thankful for past favors,
calls the attention of the Farmers to the fol
lowing. Intending to dpyufQ his whole atten
tion to the
GRAIN BUSINESS,
order of Messrs. William L
Eliliu Jefferson
Will pay.
Sons, at Brandywine Mills,
New Castle, Del*, the highest price for all Grain
delivered
ties themselves being responsible for the payment
for all grain bought on tjieir account. ■ •
Will fill all orders for RAM BO'Sand WHITE'S
LIME withffro'mptnc
lar attention^ to shipping grain'for farmers on
their
sales, and collecting the money for them.
Will fill all orders for the following Fertilisers :
Del. waters, the par
Del. R. R.
Also, will pay particu
•count, making' plohipt return of
Moro Philips' Super-Phosphate,
KIIODKS' Sl'PER-PHOSPHATE,
BAUGHS' RAW BOXE 8UPER-P1IOSPHATE,
PU4S' SUBER-BHOSpHATE,
PACIFIC & PERUVIAN GUANOS.
Also will furnish Clover and Timothy Seed at
the shortest notice.
Can give the best references as to ability.
A. T. BRADLEY,
^IidtRetown, Del*.
July 3— }y
Farmers, Take Notice!
rtlHE undersigned having obtained Letters
-L Patent for an "Improvement in Grain Drill"
for the purpose of Rowing Phosphate, Guano, and
other Fertilizers, dated Oct. 27, 1868, k confirmed
by the Superior Court of the District of Colum
bia, July 10, 1869, Would respectfully inform the
Farming Community that lié -has made arrangc 1 -
rac^tS to furnish to the to 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 t|iis' n'eigobor
liood tfbfcji gayè b'qtife satisfactiöri, lind were
pronounced by thosp who' USed'tjieto to be the
best Phosphate Sower that has ever been intro
duced into this country. 1 ''
Farmers wishing to procure these Drills must
apply early, as, owing to the latepes3 of the sea
son, only à limited number will be offered. For!
further information applv to" '
w. n. Hamilton, m. d.
Otiesça, Delaware.
July 24—tf
AMERICAN & SWISS WATCHES.
M. E. OUUNOfc,
No. 3GJ SOUTH EIGHTH STUKET,
' PHILADELPHIA,
^ SKS a|teption to ois fine selected stock of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest Styles and the best Factory make
Silver Warq.
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, and Butter Knives,
winch will be soldat a very small advance.
Particular attention paid to repairing
Fine Watches and Jewelry.
March 6—tf
Wm. A. Raisin.
II. McCpy.
McCQY & RAISIN,
General Commission Merchants,
No. 73 SQI.TJI STREET,
Oppqsite Corn Exchange,
b4.T t IA io;r:e ?
W E refer to the following among our patron,
in Kent çounly Maryland :
Judge Jos. A. Wiekes, Hon. Samuel Comegya,
Geofgc D. S. Handy, •
George T. Hollyday,
Dr. Samuel A. Beck.
Hon. Wm. Welch,
William B. Wilmer,
Jervis Spencer,
June 19—y
PE4CH TREES,
VERY LARGE AND THRIFTY,
OF LEADING VARIETIES, AS LOW
AS THE LOWEST.
pSP ORDERS SOLICITED. -«Si
BIDDLE & HAYS,
Cecilton, Md.
July 31—6m.

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