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BY CHARLKH H. VASDEHFOKD.
Tenus. —$2.00 per annum, jwyubk in advance.
Single copies fire cents,
ADvEimsTNn Rates.—O ne square of ten lines,
$1 for the first insertion and 2.5 cents for each
subsequent insertion. One square one year $10;
six months $6. - For a quarter of a column three
months $8: six monhts $15; one year, with the
privilege ot four changes, $25; for half a column
$50. Fractions of a square to be counted as a
square. When the number of insertions is not
marked, advertisements will V»e continued until
forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates; Marriages and
Deaths inserted fVee. Yearly advertisers must
confine their advertisements to their own business.
per All letters should be addressed to Thk
Middletown Tranbubipt, .Middletown, Del.
. /I T* Office corner Main and Scott streets.
DOUGHTEN'S
PARAGON SHIRTS.
AVING removed to our new store No. 410
r Market street, we are now prepared to
wanufacturc with greater dispatch our celebrated
II
PARAGON SHIRTS,
In which are combined neatness, comfort, ele
gance, and durability.
A number of years of practical experience has
reduced the manufacture of Shirts to a thorough
system, and the wide spread reputation of our
PARAGON SHIRTS
Is based solely upon merit.
pfr* Descriptive Circulars for
SELF MEASUREMENT
Sent ou application to
J. P. Dougliten,
419 Maurkct Street, Wilmington, Delaware.
Nov. 6 —j
it
ing
sion
the
N.
Oreat Northern and Southern
& ARDEN & NURSERIES.
T O be seen at this establishment the largest
and best stock of
TREES and plants
fer
nry
rhich will be
every offered in this country,
closed out at greatly reduced rates.
275.000 No. 1 Peach Trees.
80.000 Standard and Dwarf Pears, varieties
adapted to Southern Culture.
160.000 Apples—No. 1—among them all the
desirable varieties of the Southern keeping apples
—these are the only varieties of winter apples
worth planting in Maryland and Delaware—the
popular Northern winter apples all become fall
apples here.
20.000 Cherry Trees. largely of Early Rich
mond for Orchard planting.
600.000 Blackberries—Early Wilson, Kittatiny,
Dorchester, and Lawton.
50.000 GrApes, in varieties.
100.000 Gooseberry aud Currants in varieties.
160.000 Raspberries—Philadelphia, Clark,
Doolittle and Davidson's Thornless, Miami, &e.
Kvorgrecn, Roses, Shrubbery ami Ornamental
Trees of all kinds, and Hot House Plauts.
300.000 Osage Orange, Aspuragus and Rhu
barb.
Send stamp for descriptive catalogue. Orders
by moil will receive prompt attention.
RANDOLPH PETERS,
Wilmington, Del.
Nov. 6—3m
BANKING HOUSE OF
John. McLear & Son,
607 Market St. Wilmington, Del. ,
Established, 1841
. Cent
nt par,
Intcr
W E are offering for sale tho Six per
Bonds of the City of Wilmington,
ln sums of $106, $500, and $1000.
payable April and October. Registered Cer
tificates.
The City Loans of Wilmington have always
been highly esteemed ns 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
larging our facilities.
Money received on deposit and returned on
demand with interest. Parties keeping accounts
with ns may draw checks on us 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
invited to examine our list of se
mortgage,
curities of this class.
Passage tickets from Europe, by all good
lines sold.
Government Securities taken in exchange for
any other scurltics at the highest market rates.
JOHN McLEAR & SON.
June 5th, 1869—tf.
610. WATCHES. $10.
T 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, are placed in sealed ~~
▼elopes, which are 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, $1Q. Even
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, ns
no article in our stock is worth less than the
money asked, while the buyer may obtain a
watch worth $750. Circulars free. Just try it
once before hastily condemning us. Address
MICHELIN «Sc CO. Managers,
205 Broadway, Cor. Fulton St. New York.
Oct. 16—3m
HO ! FOR THE H OLIDAYS ! !
KRISS KRINGLE'S
HEADQUARTERS
Are to be Found at Deakyne's,
W HO has provided everything that is ni
gratify the wants of his customers, und to
meet their demands for the Holidays.
Candies, plain and French,
Raisins, Currents, Prunes,
Figs, Dates, Citron,
Oranges, lemons, Cocoannts,
Almonds, English Walnuts, Peanuts,
White Gruj>es, Apples. Canned Fruit,
Mince Meat, Cranberries, llominy,
Toys in great variety, kc.
Tee Cream, Cakes, kc. furnished for parties or
weddings. J. B. DKAKYNK,
Dec. 18—4w. Middletown, Del.
•c to
•yyANTED—A TENANT
FOR A PRODUCTIVE FARM AT WIL
LIAMSBURG, VA.
Containing 360 Acres. Apply promptly to
J. B. GKOUME, Elkioti, Md
dec 25-31«
W ANTED—Several wugon loads of COBS
Ai>i»lv at tho T*'»uiscr>pt oftice. lice. 18*
O LD NEWSPAPERS, a cheap and convenient
Wrapping Papvrj for sale at this office.
STRAWimiDGE k CLOTHIER
N. W. Cor. Eighth and Market Sts.
1
PIIILADELPIIIA^ fite
* _ Monday,
-j. . . , cnüß o'clock,
.black Astrachans, 4. DU' of
■Rlanlr ARtrn.plin.Tic! fi 00 ing
^- SliraC " anS » Xrü Deposit
Black Astraclians, 7.50
Black Astrachans, 8.50
Black Astrachans, 9.00
Black Astrachans, 10.00
Black Astrachans, 12.00
Black Astrachans, 14.00
Black Astrachans, 5.100
Black Beavers, 2.00
Black Beavers, 2.50
Black Bèavers, 3.00
Black Beavers, 3.50
Black Beavers,
Black Beavers,
Black Beavers, 5.00
Black Beavers, 6.00
Black Beavers, 7.00
Black Beavers, 8.00
oimSTOCK OF
rpilE
-L
of
dred
4.00
4.50
to
I
.
eral
WINTER CLOAKINGS,
it is believed, is unsurpassed in America,
ing bought for cash during the lute great depres
sion in business, we guarantee the prices to be
the lowest of the day.
d lie
STRAWBR1DGE k CLOTHIER
Central Cloth House,
N. W. Cor. Eighth and Market Sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
IMPORTANT TO
The
as
does
the
BUYERS Or DUESS GBOBS.
e find it
At this advunccd stage of the
necessary to make very great reductions in the
prices of Dress Goods, Silks and Shawls, and pre
fer placing them in the hands of our customers at
nry lotc j/riccs than carry them until next season.
it
GOOD STYLE DELAINES, - 18c.
WRAPPER CASHMERES, -
FINE ALL WOOL POPLINS,
SILK A WOOL POPLINS, - 87*c.
ELEGANT PLAID POPLINS, ST^c.
ELEGANT CLOAK PLAIDS, $2 00.
LARGE BLANKET SHAWLS $5 00.
RICH BROCHE SHAWLS, $25 00.
GOOD BLACK SILKS, - - $1 75.
EXTRA GOOD SILKS,
RICH EVENING SHADES, $2 25.
25c»
05c.
fr
to
- $2 00.
STRAWBRIDGE
AND
CLOTHIER,
N. W. Cor. Eighth and Market Sts.
,
PHILADELPHIA.
Dee. 11 — Cm
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
SUITABLE FOR
Youth, Manhood and Old Ago.
D. L. IDLJÎsTS I ^TG,
O FFERS at low rates at. carefully selected stock
of Christmas Presents of all descriptions,
consisting in part of Cromos framed ready for
hanging.
Arabian Knight Series, Robins
Quixote, Swiss Family, Children of the Abl
Scottish Chiefs ami other standard
lançons Works, suitable for Youth and Old Age.
Bibles, Prayer Books, (withndditi
Methodist Hymns, Parish Psal
and other neat bindings. Toy books, English
and American Manufacture.
the
red
:
Crusoe, Don
al Hv
key
FANCY ABTIGLES.
Photograph All
Desks, Glove Boxes, watch cases, Ladies Cabers,
Port Monaiesaud Pocket Books in great varieties,
Hair Brushes
s, Work Boxes, Writing
d Combs, .1
Gloves, in fact every thing kept i
Variety Store.
in's best Kid
A first class
BACK G AMMO X BOARDS, C11FSS, A XD
CHECKERS , and GAMES of all KINDS.
J.
DIABIES FOE 1870.
Stationery, Monograms on French
can paper. Bill, Letter
all grade.«. Mourning Paper
match, jjùc Gentlemens Furnishing Goods of
all descriptions. Picture Frames, Hustle and
Plain, Passc-pertouts, Papier Mache, Rustic and
Common Brackets, Picture Cords and Tassels.
Stereopticon, with views.
d Amcri
d Note size Paper of
d Envelopes to
de
for
ns
the
a
it
1,000 PIECES OP WALL PAPER JUST
RECEIVED
Dec. 18—tf.
NOTICE.
T HE undersigned having purchased from the
heirs of M. J. Haines the unexpired Patent
for Grian Drill, k
I laines k Wood,"
several important improve
A Cast Iron Bottom,— F
so as to be independent of the F rame, —Coml
open Metalic Spouts, f- distributing the Phos
phate and Grain toget . kc. kc. and secured
the same by Letters Pate t. dated November 30,
1869, have combined with * my celebrated
as "Kuhn's & Haines
"Wood's Drill," has n
nts in it, vi:
cet of Box Din
uie
t F
d.
:
PHOSPHATE SOWER,
With its Movable Cast Iron Bottom, adjusted by
sett screws, &c. also secured to me l»y Letters
Patent, dated Oct. 27, 1868, and confirmed July
10, I 860 , by a decision of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia.
As there has been over 100 of these
introduced and used in this neighborhood
in the last tw
to
or
Del.
to
•bines
with
ith entire satisfaction. I
years, w
am enabled to oiler to the publi
y improved
DELAWARE PHOSPHATE DRILL
As a first class machine, with a full guarantee
of good workmanship aud satisfactory perform
ance. I would also notify all persons that I
shall prosecute any infringement upon any of the
'cured to me by either of the u
Putcnt.
•nts
improve
hove Lotte
W. N. HAMILTON, M. D.
Odessa, Del.
Dec. 11, I860—tf.
I JOR SALE.—The Thoroughbred Canadian
. Stallion
PRINCE ALBERT.
WIL
.• wishing to purchase
call upon the
JAS. T. SHALLCKOSS.
Awy
undersigned,
dec. 25—tf
18*
-yy ANTED,
* POULTRY
OF ALfrJKWDS, for
■'ill be n ajffl . s
JAS. T. sflALLCROSS.
liich the market price
—tf
'bv.
NOTICE.
Appoquinimink Hundreds will be held at the ot
fite of the company, in the village of Odessa, on
Monday, the third day of January, 1870, at 10
o'clock, a. m. for the pupose of electing a Board
of Directors for the cusuing year, and also pay
ing three per cent, interest, in advance, on the
Deposit Notes. DANIEL C011B1T, Brest.
Dec. 18 , l«69— 2 w. Odessa, Del.
CIRCULATION S«,000 COPIES.
rpilE greatest success is attending the publlea
-L tion of
IIALLOU'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE
of any periodical in' tho world. Each number
contains One Hundred Pages of the choicest
Stories, Poems and Engravings, or Twelve Hun
dred Pages every year fur $1.50—being fully
three-fourths as large ns either of the four dollar
magazines, at about one-third their price,
is the time to subscribe.
,$1.50 a year; 7 copies $0; 12 copies$15.
.Send stamp for specimen copy and prospectus
ELLIOTT, THUMBS & TALBOT,
Publishers, Boston, Mass.
ifcÖ-N
Tew
to
dee 4 3m
MAGIC ELASTIC HAND STAMPS!
A NEW INVENTION
I T^OIt Printing
. Cloth, kc.
Cards, Billheads, W
Printer '
Paper, Wood, Leather, Glass,
Business Men ! print y
pping Paper, kv.
\ to $8. Sheets with
Lib
ade.—
Bills.
priced designs sent free. Agents Wanted,
eral inducements—$10 per day easily in
Canvassing outfit, $1.
1 'rii
Oils
all
SMITH, 11ALL k CO.,
GG Courtlandt St. New York.
dec 4 3mos
©he*
' Sun.
CHAS. A. DANA, Ed
The rh
body Ilk
New York
nrw»^M»por. E
A
!tt
•nd W««ki v, *1 • ve»r.
porta of mmrketa, airrlcultu
Cl
I
eklv
:r.'„3Vfn
pr
• . »Li*
d rianm. m
•arlor Orpn
the p
ENGLAND, Fut.liiher Son, N*w York.
iumi. S|*eci
A
nd t
The Little Wonder Sewing Machine,
PRICE, $3.
It makes the elastic lock-stitch : it sews ns well
as any machine in the market; a child can use it;
instructions; it makes
does not get out of order ; it cs
the pocket; it makes an elegant present. UNION
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
Agents wanted.
Dec. 4—3 mos.
Mrs.
I
_
it require
it
1 i
234 Broadway, N. V.
TOBACCO & SEG-ARSÜ
Te
A PUFF BY TELEGRAPH.
Middletown, Del. Nov. 18, I860.
The following dispatch 1ms just been re
thor of it
ved
fr
I. A. via W
'! hi
un
known, but he is evidently so
to snuff," and that lie is fond of " puffing " there
be no doubt :
P
As round the town you poke,
ish to have a pleasant smoke ;
inv ad
Take
(this is
joke, )
\ oil'd better go to WINE'S
Or if v
chew.
ant to get
•et Black Fat ta - Ho
11 find it
014
*y Dew,
for

d good "Fine Cut" too,
By dropping in at WINE S.
llis policy is, "to try to pie
His Seg;
The Snuff is bound to make v
I ways smoke
th e;
ion get at WINE'S.
Take my advice without delay,
(His phut
Main street)
Invest y
"stamps," its s
Both
and WINE.
Let politicians plot and plan ;
dy
Buie the people inns
1 n
And you or
V other..
Had better go to WINE'S.
X. B.—Rail Road Tickets 1
«1 ft
New
d Philadelphia for sale at
■ed rates, at the Tubaeco Store next door to
the Middletown Hotel.
Nov. 20—y
Castle, Wilmington,
:
red
S END for a copy of new edition WELL'S EV
ERY MAN 1IIS OWN LAWYER AND BUS
INESS FORM BOOK, a complète and reliable
guide to all matters of law and bus
tious for every State in the Union. The proft
sionul man, the farmer, the mechanic, the
chant, the
nient, comprehensive,
will enable him to draw up
y be required, and that will furnish him with
such information us is usually called for in all
his b usines relations of life—a book that every
body can understand, and tin
one to be their
.
anutucturer,
•h require
d reliable
- instr
•nt that
ill enable every
sei. The entire leading
ntry unqualifiedly endorse the
15. Sent postpaid. Agents
YddrcssJNO. G. WELLS,
Pultlisher, No. 432 Broome Steet N. Y .
Oct. Hi, 18b!).
press of the c
ork. Price only
anted e
lit
J. ALFRED MA
Et kton, J Id.
I. REYXKK DUKK8,
u.
on. Mil.
MAY & DUKES
of
of
GRAIN k GENERAL PRODUCE
to
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 24 SOUTH WATER ST.
Uitu<
en Clie»liui
& Dlnrket Sts.
PIIILARKLPIIIA.
•nts of Grain nml Produce solicited.
Consi
Orpcrs for Guano, Fertilizers and G roc
promptly attended to.
Nov. 6—tf.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
A
the
30,
CHRIST MA S GOOD S
uie
lias just been received at
The Rcligloi
d.
Hook & Tract Repository,
821 MARKET STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
Call, Examine and Purchase. "Û.^.
Dee. 11—It.
:
TO TRAVELLERS.
by
July
of
» I PICKETS from Odessa to Philadelphia $1.50'.
A To Wilmington .$4.15. From Philadelphia
to Odessa the same price, aud from Wilmington
to Odessa the same.
ßv" Tickets to be had of R. N. Long,
Dec. 18—tf Prorietor of the Stage Line.
•bines
with
i
I
EP1IYRS aud Germantown Wools for knit
ting Shawls, Nubias and Afghans, also
stocking aud knitting Yarns.
Samples sent by mail, and goods sent by Ex
press, to any part of the country. Sold at
at the WAVERLY MILLS 1024 Lombard Street,
Dec. ll—3mos l*liila<lclpliin, I*a.
Z
I
the
u
.•tail
Del.
P ATENT CLOTHES HORSES, an indisponi
ble household article, for sale nt
ROTUWELL'S
Main St. Middletown, Del.
June 19—tf
41*"| Will buy a good YORK WAGON,
,p_L/ very little used. Apply to
the
J. J. VANDEUFORD,
Middletown, Del.
Nov. 20—tf
MEN and BOVS WANTED ! to scl. the
" MAGIC MIRROR. Sample and terms
sent free by mail. Address with stamp, M. L
Byrne, 80 Cedar st. N. Y. P. O. Box 4,669.
Oct. 9—-3ill
100
for
PRICES REDUCED FOR 18661!
304
Fall and Winter Goods.
CARPETS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
ALPACAS, DELAINES,
LADIES CLOTH
BLANKETS,
SHAWLS,
COATS, latest style, MEN AND BOYS'
CLOTHING, SHIRTS & DRAWERS,
HATS & CAPS, HOODS,
BUCK AN1) SHEEP
CAUNTLETTS AND GLOVES.
A LARGE STOCK OF CITY MADE
BOOTS and SHOES.
Also, agent for Roger's Celebrated Magnetic
Oils and Pills, for the cure of Rheumatism and
all pains.
SAML. R. STEPHENS A Co.
Middletown, Del.
Nov. G—ly
MIDDLETOWN ACADEMY.
A First Class Boarding and
DAY SCHOOL,
VXD Eli THE DIRECTION OF
WARPEN I. HICKS. A. It. \
HUDSON A. WOOD, A. li. / 1 m:
Is
CCI I* ALS,
ssisted by
Mrs. GENIE 11. HICKS
id Mrs. MARY WOOD.
I
7* ALL Te
_ December 3d.
WINTER Term
March 18th.
d at the close of the term.
begins September 13th,
id ends
begins December Gth
Vacation of one
d ends
cck at Christmas
SPRING Term begins March 28th and ends June
17th.
The following arc the charges for the Fall
d
Spring
f 12 weel
s the Winter
sixth more will be
it proportionately the same as the
Te
•onti
ks
14
added,
aki
other two Terms
Small Scholars i
First Lessons.
.$ 5 00.
] 'ri
ary Depart
>nt.
Academical Department
Cla
8
.11 00.
,15 00.
.12 00 .
al Depart
•ntal Music
lnsti
P
00 .
Ü!
of Pi;
German and French (each extra)
...2 U 0 .
Tuition per
nnum, inclmli
board
ood, lights, and wasl
e per Term.
*20 00 .
The sa
oo.
Students charged fr
the t
of enterin'
For further pa
iculars nddr
pals
for Circular, Middletown, Del.
Oct. 3—tf
THE LADY'S FRIEND.
TWO MONTHS GRATIS!!!
rp 1 IF. I.,ul
era tl.c following
void« ft
(.'lia ml 1er Moult
1870 : " Did he forget 1
' !
: "The C
by Elizabeth Prescott
Aunt,'
tl
if "Be
." kc. "»Solid
lver,
or Chri
Deane's Bridal Gifts," by Amt
thor of * k The Debarry Fort
melons shorter stoi
dy writers.
A finely executed Steel E
e, finely colored Fashion-Plate, ami a
tment of Wood Cuts, illustrating the
da M. Douglas,
&e.
ith liu
by a brilliant galaxy of U
ing, hands
at
to
double-]
:
Fas hi
s, F
PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUISHED AU
THORS.—The Janury number
traits, engraved on steel, of Mrs. Henry W'oo
Florence Percy, Louise Chandler Moulton, Eliz
Prescott, Amanda M. Douglas, Mrs. Margin
•y Work, kv.
ill
d,
all
.■t
.
NKW SUBSCltlllEIW wl
for 1870 by the first of November shall re
the magnificent December Ilolida
ing thirteen numbers in all !
TERMS.
send i
their names
umber
tk
$4 ; four
$8.—One
of The Post S4.
»0
topics, $0 ; fi
nd one
.
copy of the Lady's Friend and
A copy
»f the 1;
nd beautiful Premium
g the Measure of the
the
Steel Eng
Taiki
Wedding Ring"
of $2,000—will 1
d to e
ved in England at
full ($2.50) sub
nt to ev
iber,
lub. This
ry persi
Ei
of Art.
'raving is a gei
Specimen copies sent for ten cents.
Address
DEACON & PETERSON
310 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Nov. G—tf
TOWLE'S PATENT
Grade and Drainage Level, Price $15.
should have one. No cngincc
lay out roads, walks or water corn
tahlish levels for ibuudati
i^VEItV Farmer needs
Every School
equired to
Will es
alls, bridges, made
•ly simple and beauti
It is ex tie
ground, Ac.
ful. Sent to any address
ipt of price. De
»
scriptive circulars,
•ith cuts, I
HAMILTON E. TOWLE, Civil Engineer,
m Patent Solicitor,
176 Broadway, Na
»1 Special Europe;
Oct. 9—3
York.
AMERICAN & SWISS WATCHES.
31. 12. im KSOX,
No. 35£ J30UTII EIGHTH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA,
^ SKS attention to his fine selected stock of
WATCH KS AND JEWELRY,
Of the latest Styles and the best Factory make.
Silver "Ware.
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, and Butter Knives,
which will-bc soldat a very small advance.
ßd)" Particular attention paid to repairing
Watches and Jewelry.
March 6—tf
Del.
$1.50'.
Line.
knit
also
Ex
Street,
II. McCoy.
Wit. A. Raisin.
MoCOY & RAISIN,
.•tail
General Commission Merchant!*,
No. 73 SOUTH STREET,
Opposite Cohn Exchange,
Del.
14 LTIAIOEE.
W E refer to the following among our patrons
in Kent county Maryland :
Judge Jos. A. Wicke«, Hou. Samuel Comegva,
llpn. Wm. Welch, George D. S. Handy)
William B. Wihncr, George T. Ilollydav,
Jervis Spencer, * Dr. Samuel A. Beck.
June 19—y
Del.
the
terms
L
N
NEW LOT OF STOVES JUST RECEIV
ED, AT ROTUWELL'S STOVE STORE.
Oet. 2—tf.
J.
L
304 W. M. KENNARD 30G
TIIE CASH
s
B
DRY GOODS
B
AND
D
CA/III'KT
HOUSE,
not
with
of
OF
I) E Li AWARE.
We
hold
re
304 & 300
sts
more
ized
MARKET STREET,
<>
AVILMINGTON,
and
1
Is
v prepared to offer to Cash Buyers one of
the best selected, greatest variety, and
largest assortment of goods ever
offered in this State.
da
says
and
THE CARPET ROOM
it,
Having been enlarged, is filled with a fi
of
of the best
kes of English and America
bit
Tapestry, Bru
Is, Three-Ply, Ingrain,
be
kc. Oil Cloths, all
•idths, Coe
d Canton Mattings, Rugs,
Matts
in
F
Window Shades,
Fixtures, Stair Rods,
kc, kc. kc. kc.
of
n»y
the
In th.o Wholesale Dépannent
E.
Will be foi
d all the best makes of Sheeti
Shirtings, kc. all of which will be sold at
New York Wholesale Priées.
>
Tlio Clotli and Cassimere Department
Is one of the most extensive in the establishment,
comprising all kinds of goods for
Ladies', Men's & Boy's wear.
out
The Flannel Department
For Variety, cannot be surpa
•d "ft Y
THK RETAIL
Sheeting and Muslin Department
Is large and all kinds of the best goods will
be cut
it very low prices.
The Hosiery and Glove Counter
of
Will be found full and complete
it all times.
Ladies' aud Gentlemen's Underwear
Of all kinds at re;
table rates.
The Dress Goods Room
to
Is the pride of the House, special attention being
paid to this department.
es
De
W. M. K. constantly iu the New York and
Philadelphia markets, enables him to procure all
now and desirable goods at the lowest rutes, and
as he buys direct from the importer in large lots,
it is to his advantage to sell cheap, that goods
nmy he turned out fast, thus keeping the stock
md lively all the time.
All are invited to call, feeling assured that
they will not be disappointed cither in assort
ment or prices.
W. M. KENNARD,
304 & 306 Market st.
ABOVE THIRD,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE.
Oct. 9, 1869.—y
E. T. EVANS,
GRAIN Commission MERCHANT
Buys exclusively for
J. & S. I\ TRUSS, NEW CASTLE, DEL.
■pENNOCK CORN SHELLERS, at
L E. T. Evans' Agricultural Warehouse.
T
who
and
ßüVS AND MISSES' SKATES
AT EVANS'
LEIG1I HELLS FOR SALE AT EVANS'
s
ALED HAY For Solo at EVANS'
B
OYS* SLEDS—A FIXE ASSORT
MENT AT EVANS'
B
A
D O you wish to make your wife
Present! Buy her n
Christmas
DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER ASH VN1
VmSA h WRINOER.
Read the following testimonials :
lier. L. Scot/, Bishop of the M. E Church
—Dear Siu:—W e like
not be persuaded to do our work
with the aitl of Doty we feel that we
of the position. On one
•h ; eon hi
ithout it, and
find
laid.
•c mas
'easion, the clothes
of
ere prepared, but the washcr-w
to
We were not to lie defeated that
hold (which of course I should not have done if
d in 2.] hours we put
through eleven 'dozen pieces, many of which
d they were well done too. We
1 took
re had had no
ere sheets,
of
ish you great s
Fr
lier. IRn-ri/ Wan? Bcccher .—After a con
t use of the Universal Clothes Wringer for
uthor
it the most
sts
more than four years in my family, I
ized by the "powers pint be'' to givi
unqualified praise, and to pronounce it an indis
ponible part of the machinery of housekeeping,
ir servants have always been willing to use it,
d always liked it.
a1s(
<>
Fro
and h
Rev. Theo. L. Cui/lcr .—Life is too short,
an strength is too precious for
mankind to he kept at the old process of clothes
washing and wringing. In the laundry of my
house there i
our w
perpetual thanksgiving
r excellent Wri
1 wish human hearts could be cleansed as e
da vs for the i
cation of y
ring
Orange Judd, ? '.dit or of Amcri
says : —Doty's Washing Maehii
thoroughly, in competition with many cth
and for
Ayriculfurist ,
e have tried
aal
•tuai service thi
•ms to he
provemeut upon every pi
ions machine we h:
is taken
tested. Our "better half
»st kindly by the "help," and that she c
persuade them to use any other, while this is at
avs thi.
to
ot
Solot
—Friknd Doty
Your las
it of y<
• Washing Machine is a i
improve
plcte sue
it, and a
A sum girl, ten v
»f age uses
has to sit dow
alid lady, wl
•asl
ith
t fatigue.
hi
iftcr
sc, is tin
lit more
t he parted
I have
•n about this house.
of to-day tin
d
on Id
ith
st;
bit
ugs from all the w
aired of that.
be
F,
the ivfc or the lion. S. C. Ressenden.— Mr.
F
y request, purchased for me o
• Doty Washing Ma chi
of
ll has bee
kly
to
tlm
y
l I lia \
hesitatin'
a liousek
that, i
it is all
,
for
n»y « 1 »
the pu
lor which it i
desired.
It has
I
) cutir
satisfaction.
I'or Sale at
E. T. EVANS* Agricultural Warehouse.
Middletown, Del.
Dec. 25—2m
SPECIAL NOTICE.
\Y7T would respectfully call the attention
> > customers and friends to our stock of
of
CUBA, SINBAD, & FELT HATS,
In Xutra, Black
d Brown Colors,
Which we
•Hing
t a great rcducti.
on the
•iginal price, to enable
hit himself
! 1
out in
New Hat for the
ng Holidays.
Also,
r large stock of
BLACK AND FANCY CASSIMK1IES
suitable for met
.•nr. at ]
$1 to
•d,
•onstantb
k I
the
and jobbers i
tun
d fresh styles.
We have on our second Hour
lice line of
INGRAIN,
STAIR,
GERMAN,
TURKEY,
ami HAG CARPETS.
Floor Oil Cloths, &c.
Which we
• selling at city prices to enable
to I
their Carpels at home, instead
of going to the
\s for them.
JOHN A. REYNOLDS A SONS,
Del.
Middletown
Nov. 20— y
J. HERMANN'S
illoiiiimesital )la r h 1 e Works,
:»• Ot-litxvnre nml Union Streets,
NEW CASTLE, DEL.
Monuments, Marble and Enameled
Slate Mantels
ished at short notice, k
F i
reasonable ter
REFERENCES.
M. M. CLE.VVKIl, PHILIP U. CLA1IK, AXltllKW KI.IASON.
Sept. 4—tf
AV-AJSTTIED
and
all
and
that
fidential Agents to dispose of
but good nr
keep their mouths
A fortune of $25
of the right stripe. Par
goods sent for 25 cents.
J. P. WATERS k CO.
197 Broadway. N. Y.
100
Cc
stock of Goods.
il
reliable men wanted who c
shut. Small capital
000 guaranteed to a
ticulars free. Sample
Call
•quired.
of
address
Nov. G —3m
THE IIINKLEY
Family Knitting Machine.
price *;to.
VERY Family in
-J Units everything fr
A child 12 years old, eu
hour. It is operated the same
chine, by hand or foot. It
the country needs one. It
mitten to a Blanket,
learn to work it i
sewing
but
i needle,
and is the perfection of beauty and usefulness.
Circulars with cuts and full particulars free to
everybody. Agents wanted i
Apply quickly.
every county.
TOWLE k HARDING,
General Agents
176 Broadway, New York.
Oct. 9—3m.
I860.
PHILADELPHIA
AYALL PAPERS.
HOAVELL & BOURKE
MANUFACTURERS OF
Paper Hangings, & Window Shades,
1809.
Sales Rooms, Cor. Fourth and Market Sts.
PHILADELPHIA,
Factory, Cor. Twenty-Third and Sun so m streets.
fc'cw Slyl«# Every Day.nf Our Own Hinke
Oct. 9—3m
ANTICIPATING
TIIE
FALL TRADE.
T IIE undersigned has made the most elabor
ate preparations and already offers to those
aking their Fall
who may wish to bo
and Winter purchases,
i
FULL STOCK OF GOODS.
Suitable for Fall and Winter
ear and usage.
My stock of DRY GOODS will consist in part
BLACK and COLORED ALPACAS,
Wool Delaines, Wool Poplins,
Mohairs,
A pood assortment of Prints, Cott
d Woo
ltd Blenched Muslins
Flannels, 1, 1], 2$ Brow
Heavy Domestics, Bal. Skirts, Shawls, kc. &o.
NOTIONS.
Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies Corsets. Ladies Vests,
Ribbons, Edgings, Gents Undershirts, Ladies
Collars and Cuffs, Combs, Hair Brushes, Velvets,
could well* expect to
here bo
d in fact everything y
first Class Notion House
find i
laid.
I ask the particular attention of the gentlemen
my assortment of FRENCH and AMERICAN
CLOTHS, and Fancy Cassimers. New Styles of
constantly receiving and disposing
of at reasonable prices.
Also to the Community i
Heavy Boots,
■s Heavy Shoes,
Order of the Best material,
»Illing to guarantee
good assort
to
hieb I
l general to my Stock
•1 of Mens, Womens
hieb t have
of Mr
d M
de to
any of which
. I have
sewed and pog
il sole Calf
utiafucti
a1s(
■nt of Me
d doubl
nd Ladies Dr
Pper
Shoes in \ uri
Boots,
Styles.
Hats and Caps.
Carpets, Druggets, Oil Cloths, (lit Cloth Win
dow Shades, Door Mats, Hardware,
Earthen
arc, Stoneware, Groceries,
&c. Ac. &c.
Cedarw
?, Queensware,
Glass, Oil, Paints, Mackerel, Shad, and Her
ring always on In
1.
• / ,1 " Will show goods with pleasure, and
liberal discount for Cash.
G. W. W. XAUDAIN.
No. 3. Middletown Hall.
aal
Oct. 1(>—tf
ODESSA NURSERIES.
f|MIE Proprietors offer for Sale, for Fall plaut
-L ing of 1801) or Spring of 1870,
70,000 I>ocicli Trees
of the leading
Market and Family Varieties.
200,000 SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
consisting of the following v»
STRAWBERRIES,
RASPBERRIES,
BLACKBERRIES,
GOOSEBERRIES,
CURRANTS, AND GRAPE VINES.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS.
300,060 OSAGE ORANGE QUICKS.
Ono and Two Years Old.
A 1.80
EARLY ROSE, POTATOES,
of
Ami several other leading varieties, for seed.
Apply to
POLK A; HYATT,
Or to WM. B. CROFT.
Oct. 1G, 1809.
Odessa, Del.
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
lUlOKERS,
■illOAD STREET ABOVE MAIN.
Middletown, Delaware,
A TTKM
i V TION OF
NOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, &c. &o.
»UOMPTLY TO THE COL1.KC
LOANS NEGOTIATED UPON THE MOST
LIBERAL TERMS.
INVESTMENTS MADE IN THE MOST SATIS
FACTORY MANNER.
Stock# Bon i / ht
il Sold on Commission.
ivc applications for
Dkl. Mutual Life Insurance Company
OF WILMINGTON.
Also, rec
Refer by permits'll
to the following named
Geo. W. Karsner,
J. W. Vandegrift,
Seyfert, McManus k Cc
Gen. Robert Patterson,
McDonough,
i. Philadelphia.
Phila. Nat. Bank.
B. F. Chatham,
Oet. 16, I860— y
B
EST BEEF EVER KILLED IN MID
DLETOWN, AT
INGRAM k GIBSON'S
Nov. 20—tf
§10,000
Wanted
Bond and Mort
gage, liberal—apply to
Geo. W. Ingram k Co.
Oct. 2ft—tf
TrURM IN KENT tfOUNTV, MD.
-L ACRES, UPON NAVIGATION,
For Hale upon very reasonable terms,
oet. 23—tf
OF 250
$25
Par
Y.
il
GEO. W. INGRAM
D elaware rail road bonds,
DEI,AWARE STATE BONDS,
NEW CASTLE CO. BONDS,
Sale by GEO. INGRAM k CO.
F
t. 23—tf
W ANTED,
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK
STOCK. Highest market rates paid by
Oct. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
w
ILMINGTON & READING R. R. BONDS
For sale by GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
Brokers,
It
Oct. 23—tf
f MRST Class Real Estate Bonds for sale by
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
Get 23—tf
to
C APITALISTS
i
•c invited to call and exam?
ine our list of Securities bofore investing.
Oet. 23—tf Geo. W. Ingram a Co,
[JIDES AND TALLOW WANTED!
Steer Hides 8 cents.
CalfSkin 14 cents.
Bull Hides 6 cents.
Sheep Pelt« 75 eta.
Tallow 10 cents.
The above prices will he paid at
Nov. 20—tf
INGRAM k GIBSON'S,
Middletown, DoL
OYSTERS! OYSTERS!'
RIME CRISFIKLD OYSTERS will be served
throughout tho season, in quantities to suit
purchasers. Apply to
Oct. 9—3m*
P
C'harlcft Adams»

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