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OUIt INDIAN POLICY.
A correspondent discusses this subject
as follows :
JIr. Editor:— As there seems to be
some difficulty still existing between the
white people und the red men of the West,
perhaps a brief address upou our Indian
policy would be somewhat interesting to
the intelligent readers of your worthy
lias there not been a great mistake
made in the course which has hitherto
been pursued in relation to the Indian
tribes upon the frontier of the United
States ? It is useless to attempt to dis
guise the fact that they have hceu made
tho victims to the cupidity and vices of
the white man. Their lands have been
encroached upon, their right» disregarded,
and their wrongs have failed to be re
dressed. Instead of treating them with
kindness or even with justice, and thereby
knitting them to tho white population in
tho bonds of amity and friendship, the
very opposite course has been pursued, and
the legitimate consequences are to bo read
in characters of blood, outruge and retalia
tion. Instead of giving them the rights of
citizens, encouraging them to adopt the
habits of civilized life, to become tillers of
the soil and industrious producers of the
fruits of the earth, they have been driven
•from point to point towards the setting
.sun. But had a different policy been
dopted, these Indian tribes might have
formed a line of defence on our western
frontier, thereby saving a great sacrifice
•of property and life. It is not too late
yet, however, to remedy these mistakes
and to adopt a policy more humane and
just. A striking ease of injustice and
was detailed some time since in the
•Oregon Argus. An Indian by the name
l)iek Johnson, his wife, father and mother,
sister and brother-in-law, seceded from a
band of Indians for the purpose of aban
doning their savage mode of life and be
coming tillers of the soil, and settled upon
Elk Creek, in Uuifqua county. They
•were advised to settle on lauds that would
uot be likely to excite the curiosity of land
.speculators. For a time they were undis
turbed. People spoke of their industry,
their sobriety, their rapid advancement in
■the arts of civilized life, with surprise and
.admiration. Their prosperity, however,
■unfortunately for themselves, attracted the
attention of brutal and selfish people, who
•shot Johusou and his father without tho
slightest provocation, as they were en
gaged in their usual avocations,
brother-in-law was tired upon as he rode
np to the cabin, but he escaped. The wo
und children in the meantime had
.succeeded in getting out of the way of
llieir brutal assailants. Is it any marvel,
then, that we hear of Indian outrages,
when many such provocations are perpo
\Ve entreat you, then, fellow
-reader», to consider liow wrong und unjust
■auch acts of violence are, and what reason
the poor ignorant and degraded Indians
liavo to complain. Have they uot reason
to expect from an enlightened and cliris
-tianized people as wc profess to be, far
different treatment from what they have
received for many years past.
,J. M. L.
many years past.
Summitry of Foreign Xew*.
France. —Trauppinan was executed in
Paris on Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock.
Large crowds attended the execution, who
jeered at him as lie ascended the scaffold.
He declared at the last moment that he
had accomplices in the Kinck murder. No
.disturbance took place during the
A number of Helgian journals intended
for circulation iu France have been seized
.by the French authorities. The prelimi
examination of witnesses iu the Vic
tor Noir affair has commence.]. Rochefort
has been summoned to appear before tlie
Court on Saturday ns a witness in the case.
The trial of l'rinco l'icrro Bonaparte will
take place a few days henco beforo the
High Court of Justice, which has been
.convened for this purpose. The workmeu
at the immense iron works at Crcuzot, ten
thousand in number, are on a strike. Pres
ident Sncider, the proprietor of the works,
set out for Creuzot last night. The strike
is considered of grave importance at this
Spain. —Serious disturbances are re
ported at Dallunas, Spain. The munioi
al authorities were attacked by the mob,
ut the troops quelled the riot. General
Prim is accused of having conspired with
Queen Isabella, but the statement is uot
At Louisville, on Weduosday last, upon
Gio acquital Jacob Johnson, a negro, who
tried for the rape of Mrs. Louisa Hen
derson, the victim fired at him in open
court. The ball grazed his head and took
off part of his car. The affair caused the
greatest consternation and excitement.
Hon. Jefferson Davis has entered upon
his duties as president of tho Carolina Life
Insurance Company at Memphis, Tcnn,
A bill was introduced in tho New Jersey
Legislature on Wednesday last for the oon
struction of a railroad from Flcmington to
Point Pleasant, on the Dolawaro.
Tho revolution in Mexico is said to be
increasing in strength. The Spanish race
everywhere seems to bo in a state of chron
In tho Missouri Legislature on Tuesday,
hills were introduced ubolisbing capital
punishment, and removing tho State Capi
tal to St. Louis.
There arc to be $40,000 worth of mir
tors is the new Union Hotel, at Saratoga.
The Next Census.—A most important
change of political power will be brought
about by the next census. New Kngland
will lose six members of Congress, the
Middle States seven, while the Wogtern
States will gain fourteen and the South
ern States four. This will cause a deci
ded change in the complexion of political
affairs in the country.
Seven or eight rooms at the City Hotel,
Annapolis, Md. were entered by some ex
pert thief, on Tuesday night last, and the
pockets of the inmates rifled. Horace
Beck, of Kent county, lost over $100, and
John Merrymnn, Treasurer elect, was also
ON MONDAY EVENING JAN. 24th, 1870,
BY MADAM DUCKER.
SUBJECT—" PROPER SPHERE OF WOMAN,"
Opposing the absurdity of women neglecting
their houses in order to enter the political arena,
and shov ing the evil that must arise from sueli a
course. In consideration of the appropriateness
of the subject, the time and attention devoted by
Madam Ducker, we bespeak in her behalf a large
and intelligent audience.
Doors open at 7, Lecture to commence at 8
o'clock. Tickets 50 Cents ; to be hud ut the Pust
Office, also at the door.
f pilE uudersigned having removed to Main
X street, opposite the National Hotel, Middle
town, Del. intends to devote his whole attention
GRAIN AND LIME JJ ESI NESS.
Will pay on order of Messrs. William Lea k Sons,
Brandywine Mills, or Klihu Jefferson, Now Castle,
Del. the highest cash price, delivered at Del. K.
II. or on Delaware waters.
vill fill orders for
Rambo's, White's & Kenneday's Lime
in store and for sale
MORO PHI UPS' BAUGH'S RA WJJONE .j
RHODES' SUPERPIIOSP11A TES.
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEEDS,
FLOUR, FEED, AND CORN MEAL.
ßü' Don't forget—opposite the National Ho
tel, Middletown, Del.
A. T. BRADLEY.
excellent article of granulated Virginia ;
hcrever introduced it i
It is put up in handsome muslin bags, in which
orders lor Meerseha
Pipes are daily packed.
LOUILLAUD'S "YACHT CLUB" SMOKING
TOBACCO classed by all who consume it as the
" finest of all it is made of the choicest leaf
grown ; it is
Nicotine has bee
greeuble taste after smoking ; it is very mild
light in eo!
last as long as 3 of ordinary tobacco. 1
e also pack orders every day for first
quality Mecrchaum Pipes.
dves it is all it claims to be, " the finest of
in its effects,
extracted ; it leaves no disa
aud weight, hence
Try it aud convi
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and still acknowledged "the best" wherever used.
If your storekeeper does not have these articles
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rpo TIIE WORKING CLASS.—We are now
X prepared to furnish all classes with employ
ment at home, the wlide of the time or for the
spare moments. Business new, light and profita
ble. Persons of either sex easily earn from 5üc.
to $5 per evening, and a proportional sum by de
voting their whole time to the business. Boys
aud girls can earn nearly as much as men. That
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o not well satisfied, wc will
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I 11XIX SALE.
The subscriber will sell at Public Sale, on
WEDNESDAY, FEB. Oth, 1870, at 12J o'clock,
P. M. at the National Hotel in Middletown, Del.
kept by Mr. Curtis Lippincott, about onc
u*tl Hotel. This
the location is so
thé corner of Railroad
fourth interest in the above n
would be a good investment, i
and Main streets, that it must get the entire Rail
road patronage as well as a great portion of the
town and country custom, the building being one
of the largest hotels in the State and has every
Terms at sale,
L. W. STIDHAM & SON, Auctioneers uud
Real Estate Agents,
QSAGE ORANGE QUICKS FOR SALE ! !
200,000 Prime Quicks of 1 year's growth, also
100,000 Choice 2 years old, suitable for replant
ing, For further particulars address
S. H. CRAWFORD,
I OOO WHITE OAK FENCE POSTS 7 Feet
long, for sale by SAMUEL & RICHARD
TOWNSEND. $20 per Thousand,
Townsend, Del. Jan. 22, 1870.
1 70R RENT.—The Dwcllinghousc and Lager
Heer Saloon udjoining, now occupied by the
undersigned, in Odessa. There is a good Stable,
Carriagehouse apd Icc-houso on the premises.
Possession given on the 25tli of March. Apply
to Mrs. CATHERINE NEWMAN.
Del. Gazette, Republic»a and Tribune copy 3t
and send bill to advertiser.
^lARRUCiE FOR RAFFLE.
The undersigned has for raffle a late style Y'ork
Carriage, very little used. The carriage cost $215
and will ho raffled ott'for$175. One Dollar a
chunee. For further particulars apply to
J. Ii. WALLER,
POULTRY OF ALL KINDS, for
which the market price wijl he paid,
dec. 25—tf JAS. T. SHALLCROSS.
EST LEHIGH, EGG & STOVE COAL,
for sale at E. T. EVANS'
Jau. 15—If Wood £ Coal Y'ard.
Delaware Rail Road Line
O N and after Monday. Juuuary 3rd, 1870, Passenger
Trains will run as follows, until further notice. All
trains Sundays excepted.
A. M. LEAVE.
10 4ft' I'hiladttlphia
11 0ft Jtaltimorr
11 30 Wilmington
11 fto Xew Castle
m, 1 Bear,
12 00 St Georges
, p. M.'Mt. IMoosaut
7 00 12 3ft Town.semi
7 1ft 12 ftO Blackbird
8 30 6 0ft
7 2ft 2 3ft
10 10 0 20
10 60 7 00
11 15 7 30
11 3ft 7 60
11 45 8 00
11 50 8 05
12 00 8 15
Sassafras Road 8 26
Blackbird 8 35
8 10 1 6fi
12 10 8 25
12 40 8 65
1 05 0 15
1 10 9 20
0 10 2 5ft
1 20 V .'to
1 40 0 45
15 8 10
FREIGUT TRAIX, with TasseiiKcr Cur attached will
(tmbject to delays incident tofreiKht business] v
South, leave Wilmington about 3 00 A. M. Xe
4 00; Middletown. Ü 00 ; Clayton, 7 15; Dover. 8 50;
Camden, 9 10 ; Felton, 10 Oft, and be due at Harrington
10 30 A. M. Going North, to leave Harrington about 3 20
I». M, Felton, 4; Camden, 5 Oft; Dover, ft 4ft; Mo
Clayton, 7; Middletown, 8 4ft; New Castle, 10 30; and be
i"d nt the following changed hours,
, 0 10 :
Wilmington 11 I*. M.
This train will stop to take up passengers
tions named, but will set down passengers n
stopping place between Harrington and Wilmington,
eept Hare's Corner. State Road, Del. Junetbm und Dupont.
.r. Train».—L eave New Custle for Wiltning
l Philadelphia at 7 40. Leave Philadelphia at 11 45
A. M. and Wllminton 1 P. M. for Xew Castle,
o thoBo above
Bn arch Trap
forClavG.il 11 4ft A. M. and 8 10 I*. M.
I 2 10 1*. M. to
a 8 40 A. M.
lion» with tniini to and from Dover, and Stu
E. Q. 8F.WALL,
Dob R. R.
Jan. 8— y
Homestead & Pre-emption.
I HAVE compiled a full, concise and complete
statement, plainly printed, for the information
of persons intending to take tip a Homestead or
Pre-emption in this portion of the West, embrac
ing Iowa, Dakota and Nebraska—and other sec
tions. It explains how to proceed to procure 160
acres of rich farming land for nothing, ü months
before you leave your home, in this most healthy
climate. In short it contains just such instruc
tions as arc needed by those intending to make a
home and fortune on tlie Free lands of the West.
1 will send one of these printed guides to any
person sending me 25 cents. The information
alone which it gives is $5 to anybody. Men,
who came here two or three years ago and took a
farm, are to-day independent.
To Young Mbn. —This country is lieing crossed
with numerous railroads, reaching from every di
rection to Sioux City, Iowa. Six railroads will
be completed to this city within one year. One
is already in operation, connecting us with Chi
cago ami the U. P. Railroad, and two more
be completed before spring, connecting us with
Dubuque and McGregor, direct. T1
will beconipleted within a year, connecting us di
rect with Saint Paul, Minn. Yanktown, Dakota,
aud Columbus, Nebraska, on the U. P. Railroad.
The Missouri river gives us the mountain trade.
Thus it will be seen that no section of country of
fers sueli unprecedented advantages for business,
speculation and making a fortune. For the coun
try is being populated, and the towns and cities
are being built, and fortunes being made almost
beyond belief. Every man who takes a home
stead now will have a railroad market at his owu
door. And any enterprising young
small capital can establish himself in a permanent
and paying business, if he selects the right loca
tion and right branch of trade. Eighteen years
ntry, and a large por
, with a
residence in the western c
tion of the time employed
in this country has made me familliar with all
the branches of business and the best locations in
this country. For one dollar remitted to me, I
will give truthful and definite answers to all
questions on this subject, desired by such |»er.s
Tell them the best place to locate and what busi
ness is overcrowded and what branch is neglected.
H. C. Com. of Emigration,
Box 185 Sioux City, Iowa.
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Constantly on hand all kinds of
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T his valuable medicine has cured hundreds of
Epileptic Fits, Spasms and Convulsions, and it is
the only reliable remedy known. This has been
used for ninny years on the other side of the At
lantic, and needs but to be tried to be as highly
thought of in the United States ns iu Europe.
Send for sample froe of charge. Sold only by
TIIOS. G RIM LEY', Druggist,
Jafi 8—3mos 454 Fourth Avenue, N. Y.
T lie Surprise Sewing Machine.
It makes the clastic lock-stitch ; it sews as well
as any machine in the market; a child can use it;
it requires no instructions ; it makes no noise ; it
does not get out of order ; it can be carried in
the pocket ; it makes an elegant present.
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rpiCKRTS from Odessa to Philadelphia $1.50.
X To Wilmington $1.15. From Philadelphia
to Odessa the same price, and from Wilmington
Odessa the same.
Tickets to be had of
R. N. Long,
Prorietor of the Stege Lina.
O AK and PINE WOOD, Sawed and Split, |n
quantities to suit, for sale at
E. T. EVANS'
VALUABLE STOCK AND FARMING IM
Will be sold nt Public Vendue, nt the lute res
idence of Win. M. Vandegrift, dcc'd, one mile be
low Odessa, on WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9th, nil the
Stock and Farming Implements of guid deceased,
consisting ns follows :—7 llend ot HOUSES, n
yex inong them ure some excellent trnv
ellera, and the balance good Work
Horses; G pairs of MULES, all of
^äa^OwMch are «f good size, nud not
surpassed for workers; 9 MILCH
COWS, some of which will be in
profit by day of sale; several bead
I—I'IPlL of YOUNG CAT
T ; TLE, 37 SHOATS. of good stock;
rrTT u 2 F Arm Wagons—iron axles ; 3
Peach Wagons, 1 Falling-Top
Buggy, 1 Germantown and one Square-Top Car
riage ; 1 Mill Wagon, 1 Horse Cart, Sleigh and
Bells, 2 Grain Drills with Phosphate A ttaeliraent,
Corn Sheller, Fan, Carriage & Wagon Harness,
Plow Gears, Double and Single Trees, Grind
Stone, Grain Bags, Plows, Harrows, Cultivators,
Hoes, Forks, lot of bees, Peach Baskets, Peach
Steps; Timothy Hay by the ton, Pork by the lb.
Household and Kitchen Furniture, such ns
Beds and Bedding, Chairs, Tables, Stands, Car
pets, Stoves, Ac. with many other articles to te
dious to mention.
TERMS .—All sums of $2.1 and under, cash;
all over that amount a credit of 8 months will
be given, purchasers giving bankable note with
approved endorsers, interest and stamps added.
ßip Sale to commence at 10 o'clock.
At 12 o'clock will be gold, for cash, 5 Shares
of New Castle County National Bank Stock.
F. T. PERRY,
\V. A. HEKILL, Auc.
Jan. 15— ta
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S TRAY'ED from the subscriber's
farm, ou Sunday, Nov. 21, 1860
a small rpd and white HEIFER, 3
old next spring ; fresh, and had drover's
mark (gas-tar) on the right hip. It is supposed
she went to the neighborhood of Middletown. A
liberal reward will be paid for her recovery.
TIIOS. A. ItEHSiv,
Chesapeake City, Md.
Jan. 15—3 w
I ^OR RENT, in the village of
Townsend, New Castle county, !■■■•
Del. TWO HOUSES, Two Stories Mil
High, with Gardens ; one CART-JhMiii
YVRIGIIT or CARRIAGE SHOP, two stories
high; one BLACKSMITH »SHOP with two For
ges. All of the property jn good order, and at a
good location. SAMUEL TOWNSEND.
Townsend, Jan. 8, 1870r— tf
F or sale.—nine colts
From 6 to 30 Months Old.
AMOS W. LYNCH.
DOR (Sale.-=300 CORDS OF WOOD. AND
X 2000 OAK POSTS, BY
Jan. 8-^lm M. K. WALKER.
How I made it in six months with
Stencils. Sample mailed free.
A- J- 1TIXAM, N. Y.
H AVING removed to our new store No. 410
Market street, we are now prepared to
wanufacture with greater dispatch our celebrated
In which are eomblued neatness, comfort, ele
gance, and durability.
A number of years of practical experience has
reduced the manufacture of Shirts to a thorough
system, aud the wide spread reputation of our
Is based solely upon merit«
fast* Descriptive Circulars for
Sent on application to
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410 Market Street, tVllmtagt««. Delaware.
Nov. 6— y
1870. MUSLINS. 1870.
In distributing their large stock of Cotton Goods
this season will adhere to their usual plan of pla
cing them among their customers, who purchase
(whole or uncut) pieces nt the lowest wholesale
In Shirtings, we offer In Sheetings,
New York Mills
Our Own Make
Fruit of the Loom
With every other celebrated family brand.
ascertain our prices BE
Do not fail to call am
Those about commencing housekeeping, and
others that renew at this season of the year, will
find the advantages we are enabled to offer, by
reason of our superior connections with manu
facturers and importers, to be far in advance of
any other house.
THE LARGE DISPLAY OF
Irish, Scotch and Burnsly Table Damasks,
Napkins, Doylies, Fruit and Wine Cloths,
Blankets, Counterpanes and Table Covers
Must command the attention of all purchasers.
AYE CAN SELL GOOD
Napkins at $1 25 per doz.
Towels at $1 50 per doz.
Napkins from $1 25 to $10 per doz.
Towels from $1 50 to $8 per doz.
Good quality Table Linen, 621 cts.
Loom Damasks at 50 cts.
Bleached Table Linen, 87 ots.
SUPPLIED IN ANY QUANTITY.
Wc arc determined to keep our stock so large
and attractive, and the price of every article so
low as to make it the interest of every consumer
to mako our store their market for Dry Goods.
STRAWBRIDGE k CLOTHIER
N. W. Cor, Eighth and Market Sts,
T HE undersigned having purchased from the
heirs of M. J. Haines the unexpired Patent
for Grian Drill, known as "Kuhn's k Haines',"
Haines k Wood," or "Wood's Drill," has made
several important improvements in it, viz :—
A Cast Iron Bottom,—Front Feet of Box Hinged,
so as to be independent of the Frarp e i— 1 Combined
open Metalic Spouts, fc. distributing the Phos
phate and Grain tpgc' r, k c. &c. and secured
the same by Letters Pate t. dated November 30,
1860, have combined with t my celebrated
With its Movable Cast Iron Bottom, adjusted by
sett screw?, Ac, also secured to me by Letters
Patent, dated Oct. 27, 1868, and confirmed July
10, I860, by a decision of tfic Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia.
As thoro has been over 100 of these machines
introduced and used in this neighborhood, with
in tho last two years, with entire satisfaction, I
am enabled to offer to the public my improved
DELAWARE PHOSPHATE DRILL
As a first class machine, with a full guarantee
of good workmanship and satisfactory perform
ance, I would also notify all persons that I
shall prosecute any infringement upon any of the
improvements secured tq me by either of the a
bove Letters Ratent.
W, N. HAMILTON, M. D.
Poo, 11, I860—tf.
LOCAL AND TRAVELING,
American Meat & Vegetable Chopper,
HE best thing, without exception, in the
market; saves 30 per cent, in time and la
bor; cuts 10 to 13 lbs. of meat, sufficiently fine
for pies, in four miqutes. Agents are coining
money. Cut of machine, terms, Ac. free.
P. A. NEWTON k Co.
No. 38 Cortland St. N. Y.
N OTICE.^—All New-Comers, or persons left off
tho Assessment List of St. Georges Hundred,
ue8tcd to leave their nnmes with Joseph
Iter, Middletown« when they will be add
L. R. DAVIS,
cd to the List by
1 4*OR RENT—A Wheelwright Shop in
Middletown ; possession given immediatelv.
Apply to W. L. BUCKE k SON.
Jan. 1—tf Middletown, Pel,
304 W. M, KENNARD 306
CAT* PET HOUSE,
' V'&.C 1
Is now prepared to offer to Cash Buyers one of
the best selected, greatest variety, and
largest assortment of goods ever
otferod 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,
Ac. Oil Cloths, all widths, Cocoa
and Canton Mattings, Rugs,
Matts, Window Shades,
Fixtures, Stair Rods,
£c, Ac. Ac. Ac.
In the Wholesale Deporinetit
Will bo found all tho beat makes of Sheetings,
Shirtings, Ac. all of which will be 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 A Boy's wear.
The Flannel Department
For Variety, cannot be gnrpaaaed
Sheeting and Muslin Department
I« large and all kinds of the beat goods will
be cut at very law prices.
The Hosiery and Glove Counter
Will be 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 Hpuse, special attention bpiog
paid tq thin department.
W, M. K. constantlj I» the New York »n,l j
Philadelphia markets, enables him to procure all
new and desirable gpods at the lowest rates, and
as he buys direct from the importer in large lots,
it is to his advantage to sell cheap, that goods
may bp turned out fast, thus keeping the stock
new and lively all the tim«.
All are invited to call, feeling assured that
they will not be disappointed e}tjjpr in assort
ment or y rices,
W. M. KENNARD,
804 & 806 Market st.
Pel. n, 1868!—v
E. T, EYANB,
GRAIN Commission MERCHANT)
Buys exclusively for
J. A 3, P. TRUSS, NEW CASTLE, DEL,
P BNNOCK CORN Hl I ELLERS, at
E. T. Evans' Agricultural Warehouse;
OYS' AND MISSES' SKATES
LEIGH BELLS FOR SALK AT EVANS'
gALKD IIAY For Sale at EVANS'
gOYS' SLEDS—A KINH ASSORT
v . KENT AT KV158'
D O you wish to make your wife a Christmas
Presentl Buy liera
DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER AND INI
Read the following testimonial* :
from Ret'. L: ScùU, Bishop of the J/. E Church
-LDkah »Si«:— YV p like our machine much ; could
iii>t be persuaded to dq our Work without it, and
with'* the aid öMXltj» we feel that we a re-masters
of tlurposition. Or. one decasion.-the clothes
were prepared, but the washep-womun failed us.
Wewere not to be defeated that way. 1. took
hold (whichjuf course 1 should not have, done if
we had had itu machine) and iu'2jhours we pill
through eleven dozen pieces, many of which
were sheets, and they were well done too.
•wish you great success.
Rer. J Mir if linn/ Brcrhfr .—After n
stunt use of the Universal l'lotlies Wringer fur
more than futtr years in my family, I am author
ized by the "powers that be" tu give It tho most
unqualified praise, und lu pronounce it an ipdis-i
pensible part of tlie machinery uf housekeeping. -
Our servants have always been willing to use it. •
and always liked it.
Rrc. Thro. L. Cuyltr .—Life is too short,
and human slreugtli is too precious fur our tvu
munkind to be kept at the old process uf clothes
washing and wringing. In the laundry of my
house there is a perpetual thanksgiving on Mon
days for the invention of your excellent Wringer.
I wish human hearts could be cleansed as easily.
Orange Judd, Editor of American Agriculturist,
tag» : — Doty's Washing Machine we have tried
thoroughly, in competition with many others,
and for actual service this seems to be
provement upon every previous machine we have
tested. Our "better half " says this is taken to
most kindly by the "help," and that she cannot
persuade them to use any other, while this i
Solon Robinson says : —FrikndDoty—Y our last
improvement of your Washing Machine is a com
plete success v À slim girl, ten years of age uses
it, and au invalid lady, who ha*s to sit down to
work, can wash without fatigue. I assure you
our machine, after a year's use. is thought inoro
of to-day than ever, and would not be parted
with under any circumstances. You have w
blessings from all the women about this house,
he assured of that.
the wife of the Hon. S. C. Ft sen dm. —Mr.
Fessenden, nt my request, purchased for me ono
of your Doty Washing Machines. It has been
used to do my weekly washing for more than a
year, aud I have no hesitation in saying that, in
my opinion, it is all a housekeeper can desire, for
the purpose for which it is desired. It has given
me entire satisfaction.
For Sale at
E T, JJVANS' Agricultural Warehouse.
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
BIUtAD STREET ABOVE MAIS,
A ttend promptly to tub coli.ho
NOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, &c. &c.
LOANS NEGOTIATED UPON TUB MOST
INVRSTMKNTS MADE IN TIIE MOST SATIS
Storks Buuyht and Sold on Commis M«n,
Also, receive applications for
Del. Mctcal Life Insurance Comtae»
Refer by permission to the following named
Gen. W, Karsnor,
J. W. Yandegrlft,
Seyfert, McManus k Co. Philadelphia,
Gen., Robert Patterson, "
B. F. Chatham, Phila. Nat. Bank.
Oct. IG, 1 869»— y
Wanted on Bond and Mort»
r. Ingram A Go,
I ?ARM IN KENT COUNTY, MD. OF 250
ACRES, UPON NAVIGATION,
For Sale upon very reasonable terms. Apply to
oet. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
D elaware rail road ronds.
DELAWARE STATE RONDS,
NEW CAST LE CD, BONDS.
For $;t|c by DEO. INGRAM A CO,
CITIZENS' NATIONAL RANK
STOCK. JligJicst market rates paid bv
Oct. 23—tf GEO, \y. INGRAM'A CO.
ILMINGTON k READING R. R. BONDS
For sale by GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
j |?|UST claM Itrat| ,,. stlltc U o H ,t s for s „l,7,y ~
X GKU. W. INGHAM « cu
C APITALISTS are invited tn call itntl exalt.,
inc pur list of Securities before investing.
Geo. W, Ingram & Co,
F OR SALE.—The Thoroughbred Canadian
PRINCE ALBER V.
Any one wishing to purelmsc e
U upon tl a
JAS. T. SHALLCROSS,
I. RKYNF.lt DUKES,
J. ALFRED MAV,
MAY & DUKES,
GRAIN' k GENERAL PRODUCE
No. 24 SOUTH WATER ST.
Uctwprp Chestnut 6i Market St*.
Consignments of Groin »i)d Produce solicited.
Orpcrs for Guano, Fertilizers and Groucricp,
promptly attended to. Nov. 6—tf.' - v
Z EPHY RS and Germantown Wools for kni'
ting Shawls, Nubias and Afghans, also
Stocking and knitting Yarns.
Samples sent by mail, and goods sent by Ex
press, to any part of the country. Sold at retail
ut the WAY'ERLY' MILLS 1024 Lombard Streit,
Pec. 1J—stmns f*tl f l»u ÿ
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