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Foreign Affairs.— Advioisfrom France sac that Father Ily acinthe will be reliev ed by the Pope from the obligations of bis vows ns u monk, and be permitted to con tinue in the Holy Order as an ordinary priest. Advices from Paris state that all the Great Powers of Europe sustain the llus B an Government in its demand upon Swit zerland for the surrender of the felon Ueb schayeff. There has been more agitation in Paris. Great crowds of people assembled Tuesday in Rue St. Martin, Paris. They were dis persed by the police without disorder. General Prim officially assured the Spanish Cortes on Tuesday last that the recent visit of the Duke do Montpensier was not on political gutters. The weather for thh past week lias been unusually cold in England and throughout Europe. , The Continent^ hanks have generally reduced their rates of interest. There was aÆeavy flow of specie to the Bank of France during the past week. The amount in the vault to-day was 12, 000,000 francs greater than at a corres ponding time lust week, the Bank of England has increased £114, 000 during the week. It is gcnera'ly thought that tho reduc tion of interest by the hank The bullion in in Europe will create an iinpioveddluiund for United .States securities. t The chief editor of the Paris Receil has been sentenced to thirteen months' im prisonment and a fine of 2,01)0 francs, nnd M. Citron, another of 'tho editors, to six months' imprisonment and 2,000 francs fine, for violating the Press law. From latest Paris advices Gustave Flourens has been sentenced to six months' imprisonment and 4 fine of one hundr d francs. M. Devereux, publisher of La Marseillaise, has been sentenced to two months' imprisonment and a fine of five hundred francs. General Prim declares finit Montpcn sier's visit to Spain has no connection with political matters. Perhaps not. But as lie is a candidate for tho throne of that country, tho affair lias an " awful lean ing" towards polities. Advices from Spain state that the Car lists arc plotting a general outbreak in the spring. The outbreaks that hnvo been reported were promptly suppressed. The Ca.se of Dit. Sciioeppe.— In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on Mon day, Justice Head read an opinion in the caao of Sehœppe in error to the Oyer and Terminer of Carlisle, this wrjt, being the last resort of the prisoner for escape from the penalty of death for the crime of mur der of which he was convicted. The opin ion of the court was based upon strictly technical grounds, and was to the effect that they could not consider tlie question of the prisoner's guilt or innocence, and had not been able to discover any error in record of the court below. Therefore the judgement of the Oyer and Terminer of Carlisle was affirmed. Fkmale Lawyers. --It is announced that the supremo Court ot' Illinois has re fused the application of Mrs. Myra IS rad well for admission-to the bar, on the ground that, she cannot make the con tracts incumbent on a lawyer in his rela tions with the State and with his clients. The court held that such contracts, hav -ing no connection with the married wo man's separate estate under tho "married woman's act," would be null and void. At Fortress Monroe, Hist week, experi ments with a double-shotted projectile, in tended to throw a distance of eight or nine miles, were reported to bo successful. It is now stated that Colonel Bayler, the ord nance officer, who conducted tho experi ments, doea not consider them satisfactory. The Georgia Legislature has elected to the United States Senate, Hon. Foster Blodgett for the term of six years, from March 4th, 1871 ; Hon. II. P. Farrow for tho term ending March 4th, 1873; Hon Richard Whitely, for tho term ending March 4th, 1871. Prince Pierre Napoleon, Bays a Radical paper published at Ajaccio, in Corsica, is Known in that island to hnvo killed or wounded no fewer than a dozen peasants, who objected to hi« riding across their fields during 'his.hunting excursions. The Trustees of the Peabofiy Education al Fund met at WaBhington, yesterday, and mado an appropriation of $90,000 for educational purposes in thé South. They will meet again the second week of August in Philadelphia. About 25 per cent, of the five cent nic kel coins redeemed at the New York Sub treasury, have been discovered to bo coun terfeit. Of eight specimens sent to the Philadelphia Mint, four were counterfeit. An axjificial channel is to be opened a cross4hw.beach, near the head of Syne puxent Buy. A thousand workmen will oommoncc operations there on the 22d in stant, says the Shield. The post of Commander of the Grand Army of the Constitution, the Democratic Soldiers' organization, is to be offered to Gen. McClellan, Gen. Hancock being the pevoud choice, I Returns received by the Agricultural Bureau for the mouth of January iudicato a probable falling off in tho production . wheat and other winter grains as compared with Just year. Air-Lino Railroad. niittoo of the New Jersey House on Wed nesday, reported adversely to the air-linc railroad charter between Washington and New York, and tho House accepted tho report. In the Kentucky Senate yesterday the report of the committee of nine, condem natory of »Senators Drake and Sumner's bill regulating the jurisdiction of the U nited States Supremo Court, was adopted. A gentleman from Boston has inclosed fifty francs to Francis Vincent Raspail a contribution towards erecting a momu ment to Victor Noir and M. Baudin. A negro murderer in Virginia considers that the offer of $1000 reward for his rest is extravagant, as he never was worth that in the best days of slavery. Tho railroad com Q r ANTICIPATING THE FALL TRADE. T HE undersigned 1ms made the most elabor ate preparations and already offers to those who may wish to he early in making their Fall and Winter purchases, a FULL STOCK OF GOODS. Suitable for Fall and Winter wear and usage. My stock of DRY GOODS will consist in part BLACK and COLORED ALPACAS, Wool Delaines, Wool Poplins, Mohairs, A good assortment of Prints, Cotton and Woo l'lunuels, 1, lj, *l\ Brown and Bleached Muslins Heavy Domestics, Bui. Skirts, Shawls, &c. &c. NOTIONS. Hosiery, Gloves, Ladies Corsets, Ladies Vests, Ribbons, Edgings, Gents Undershirts, Ladies Collars and Cull's, Combs, Hair Brushes, Velvets, and in fact everything you could well expect to find in a first Class Notion House may here be had. I ask the particular attention of the gentlemen to my assortment of FRENCH and AMERICAN CLOTHS, and Fancy Cassimcrs. New Styles of which i am constantly receiving and disposing of at reasonable prices. Also to tlie Community in general to my Stock of Mens Huayy Boots, and of Mens, Womens and Misses Heavy Shoes, which 1 have made to Gauen of the Best material, and on any of which tiling to guarantee satisfaction. I have als. good assortment of Mens sewed and peg ged, single and double upper Boots, and Ladies Dress «hoes i ml sole Calf Various Styles. 3 Iats and Cups. Carpets, Druggets, Oil Clothe, Oil Cloth Win dow .Shades, Door Mats, Hardware, Cedarware, Queeusware, Earthen ware, Stoneware, Groceries, Ac. Ae. Ae. Glass, Oil, Paints, Mackerel, Shad, and Her ring always on hand. ßfit" Will sh r goods with pleasure, and make a liberal discount for Cash. G. W. W. NAUDAIN. No. 3. Middletown Hall. Oct. 10—tf PRICES REDUCED FOR 1870!! Fall and Winter Goods. CARPETS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, ALPACAS, DELAINES, BLANKETS, SHAWLS, LADIES CLOTH COATS, latest style, MEN AND BOVS' CLOTHING, SHIRTS & DRAWERS, HATS & CAPS, HOODS, BUCK AND SHEEP GAUNTLETTS AND GLOVES. A LARGE STOCK OF CITY MADE BOOTH and SHOES. Also, agent for Roger's Celebrated Magnetic Oils and Pills, for the cure of Rheumatism and all pains. , SAML. R. STEPHENS & Co. . Minni.ETowN, Del. Nov. C—ly ODESSA NURSERIES. fpiiE Proprietors offer for Sale, for Fall plant 4 - ing of I860 or Spring of 1870, 70,000 Beach 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. 16, 1869. POLK & IIYATT, Or to WM. B. CROFT. Odessa, Del. JJIDES AND TALLOW WANTED! Bull Hides 6 cents. Sheep Pelts 75 cts. Steer Hides 8 cents. CalfSkin 14 cents. Tallow 10 cents. The above nriecs will be -N*v. 20—tf mid at 1AM k GIBSON'S. Middletown, Del. IN EST BEEF EVER KILLED IN MID DLETOWN, AT INGRAM A GIBSON S B Nov. 20—-If of * MARRIED. In San Francisco, California, Jun. 16, by Jus. C. Pennie, Justice of the Peace, Abraham T. Enos, formerly of Smyrna, Del. und Almira N. Beam, of Washington Territory. Smyrna, Del. and Cbestertowji, Md. papers please copy. On the 20th of January, by Rev. H. Colclazer, Mr. John Lloyd nnd Miss Murtha Weldin, both of New Castle oounty, Del. THE MARKETS. MIDDLETOWN MARKET. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY A. T. BRADLEY. Wheat, prime. Corn, yellow, new, " white Oats, new. Timothy Seed. Clover Seed.. Eggs. Butter. Lard. Chickens (dressed) . Turkeys. Ducks.. Geese. Hants.. Sides. Shoulders. Pork, (dressed). Potatoes. $1 25 50 5 8 7 .22 cts doz ..40(^45 cts. ^ lb ..I'J(«,20 " " . 15(a) 16 " " ..I0f«)20 " " ••19@20 " " ..22@25 " " ..19(â)20 " " ..16©18 " " .13(a) 14 50(a) 60^ bushel. PHILADELPHIA. Prime new red wheat. Corn, new yellow. Oats (Pennsylvania).. Cloversced. Timothy. .$1 25®: 26 .88@90 .50 .$8 03 .$4 74 WILMINGTON. Wheat, prime., Corn, New,. OfttB. Flour. $1 20(^1 25 (a, 87 . .Sli 25®9 00 «FECIAL NOTICES. FINE READY MADE CLOTHING. 228 MARKET STREET, 2nd Door below THIRD WILMINGTON, rpiIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF Ready Made Clothing in Delaware, Our Own Make, now on hand, nnd will he sold at less than Philadelphia Prices. All our Clothing is made in »Superior manner by PRACTICAL TAILORS. DELAWARE. The Proprietor having aa experience of over 1 thirty years in this Business, will guarantee satD faction to any purchaser. A full line of FINE CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, and VESTINGS' Constantly on baud for ORDER WORK, which will be made in LATEST STYLE AND BEST MANNER, At No. 228 .Market »Street, Tlie Oldest Established Clothing Emporium in Delaware. the Mardi 16— y Etlnard Moor«* Coughs and Colos.—A t the present time when so many persons arc suffering from Throat and Lung Diseases, they should bear in mind that IIasson'h Compound Syiiup of Tar never fails ill curing Coughs, Colds, Jloarsness, Pain i Breast, feore Throat, Asthma and all diseases o the Throat and Lungs. It is an excellent remedj -tor Croup and Hooping Cough. No family shouli be without it. Sold in Middletown at Dr. W. H. Barr's Drug Store, for 50 cents a bottle. Russel! A Landis, Proprietors, Philadelphia. Nov. 20—3mos. the Heavy Stock. —Samuel W. Roberts, has noti on hand at his Stove nnd Tin Warehouse, Middle town, 125 Stovefl. of all sizes nnd patterns, em bracing Parlor Stoves, Heaters, Cook Stoves, Ranges, Ac. Also, a large stock of Tin Warb und housekeeping artichs. He invites public at tention to his large stock, which is unsurpassed, if equalled, by any store outside of the cities. INGRAM & GIBSON'S PRICE CURRENT. 30cts.|Lard Hogs Hogs, alive lo. Potatoes, round 45. Feathers lUoney Effits Butter Chickens, dressed 14. Ducks Turkeys Geese 2 Oct« 45. 1. I. 16 65. 12 . 20 . Tho above prices will bo paid in casli for pro duce delivered in good order; and we wish to sny Hint we keep constantly on Imnd a good as sortment of Groceries and Provisions which vie will sell reasonably for cash, at tlie Corner qf Broad and Anderson Streets, Middletown, Del.f je-'t)" Fresh Meat cverv flay. March 20—tf INGRAM A GIBSON. SHERIFFALTY. gHERIFFALTY. To the Electors of Ne Fellow Citizens :— I offer myself to your con sideration for the office of SHERIFF of'Ncw Cas tle County, subject to the nomination of the Dem ocratic party. Respectfully yours, ISAAC GRUBB. 1 New Castle Hd. Jan. 22—in Castle County, S HERIFFALTY.—To the Voters of tho Demo cratic Party of New Castle CoiHity : Gentlemen :—Encouraged by many friendsl I «m induced to offer myself us a candidate for nomination for Sheriff' for tlie County of New castle, pledging myself to abide by the nomina tion of said Party and give my hearty support to thc'8uccc8sful candidats. Respectfullv, xr ^ W"- II- LAMBSON. New Dasile lid. Dec. 25—tf 4 FOB SALE, 300,000 TWO-YEAR OLD BLANTS—PRICE $2.50 PER THOUSAND. , Wm. GREEN, or A. IIUSHAHECK, Middletown, Del., OSAGE ORANGE Apply to Feb. 12—tf J7-OR A' DOUBLE CARRIAGE HOUSE, RENT. With Stabling attached for 4 Horse. Tiicrc iju! Pump of never-failing water in the yard,j»lsqa Hay Loft above the stabling, capable of boldihg 2«r 3 Tons of Huy. Apply lo Jon. 5—3m S. M. REYNOLDS, FOR SALE. A bout boo bushels . EARLY Feb. 6—2mos. GOODRICH POTATOES. F. T. PERRY, Odessa, Del I W est leiiigii, egg k btove coal, for f »'cat E.'T. EVÀNS' Jan. 15—«tf Wood A h'oal Yard | Jus. T. N. PACIFIC GUANO CO. CAPITAL §1,000,000. J0HN S. REESE k CO. General Agent.. OFFICES:—122 South Del. Ave. PHILADEL PHIA, 10 South St. BALTIMORE. SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO. 25 50 N Ü Fertilizer introduced to the Fanners of the Middle and Southern States has given more general and uniform satisfaction tlmn this Guano. lb 14 The trade in it has steadily increased until the throughout the entire country far exceeds that of any other fertilizer. The large capital involved in its production af fords the surest guarantee of its continued excel lence. The company has a far greater interest in the permanence of its trade than any number of consumers cun have; hence it is the highest interest of the company to put the best Fertilizer into the market, that their unusual facilities, aid ed by the best scientific ability, can produce. This Guano is sold at retail by local agents of the Company throughout New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, ami the Southern States, and by consumption JOHN S. REESE & CO. General Agents for the Co. Feb. 12—3ms & 3mf rpiIE PHILADELPHIA TRUST SAFE DEPOSIT AND INSURANCE COMPANY, Office nnd Burglar-Proof Vaults in the PHILADELPHIA BANK BUILDING, 421 Chestnut Street. CAPITAL. 8500,OOU. For safe-keeping of Government Bonds and other Securities, Family Plate, Jewelry, and oth er Valuables, under special guarantee, at the lowest rates. The Company also offer for Rent at rates vary ing from §15 to $75 per annum, the renter alone holding the key, Small Safes in the Burglar Proof Vaults, affording absolute security aguinst Fire, Theft, Burglary, and accident. All fiduciary obligations, such as Trusts, Guardianships, Executorships, etc. will be un dertaken and faithfully discharged. Circulars, giving lull details, forwarded application. on 1 DIRECTORS. Thomas Robins, Benjamin B. Comcgvs, Lewis It. Ashhurst, Augustus Heaton, •L Livingston Krringer, F. Itatchford Starl it. P. McCullugh, ,Daniel Haddock, Jr. Edwin M. Lewis, ! Edward Y. Townsend, James L. Claghorn, John D. Taylor, lion. William A. Porter. OFFICERS. President—Lewis It. Ashhurst. Vice President—.1. Livingston Krringer. Secretary and Treasurer— R. P. MeCullali. Solicitor—Richard L. Ashhurst. Feb. 12 -Cm MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE. S. W. KO IICRTS, UPAKKS pleasure in announcing to his friends X of Middletown and surrounding country, that the liberal putronge he has received has in duced him to oiler to the public the greatest va riety, and best selected stock of Stoves, both offered in Middletown, that cannot fail to please. Among the assortment are the following Cooking and Heating, and at prie COOK STOVES. NIAGARA, CORAL COOK, and others made in the city. PARLOR COOK, MONITOR WM. PENN, LEHIGH, PARLOR STOVES. BRILLIANT, GAS BURNING BASE, PARLOR LIGHT, DEW DROP, UNION AIR TIGHT OUR PARLOR. Also, SEXTON'S PARLOR HEATERS. Stov of all kinds suitable for Stores, Offices, Bar-rooms, and School Houses. Also, the Morning Glory and the Oriental, both unsurpassed in beauty and efficiency. They can be seen in operation at the store of the proprietor. All sizes of Bar-room Stovci Stoves repaired at short notice. Old Stoves taken in exchange. _^t*-TIN WARE at wholesale and retail.-tK? Ae I have practical workmen employed, I think! I can give satisfaction to all who favor me with their work. Particular attention paid to Roof! mg and Spouting. and Ten-plate AT IHS BRANCH STORE, GALENA, MD, He lias a large stock of Stoves and Tin Ware oil hand, and is prepared to fill all ordcrB for STOVES, TIN WAKE, HOOFING, SPOUTING, AC. AC at the shortest notice ami on the liest terms. JPB- ORDERS SOLICITED. S. W. ROBERTS. Middletown, February 12, 1870—ly A. M'ELRATH, N. Y. J. II. WARNER, S. Y. . B. DICKSON, DOVER, DEL. -E. B. EICE WITH Warner, Dickson & McElrath, GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 338 GREENWICH ST. N. Y. Wc make a specialty of PEACHES, PEARS, APPLES, BERRIES, GRAPES, and all kinds of Perishable Fruits. REFERENCES. Dan'l B. Cummins, Pres. Gerard Bank, Phila. Geo. W. Cummins, Smyrna. Dr. Henry Ridgcly, Dover. Wm. M. Shakespeur, " Gov. G. Saulsbury, " Ex-Gov. Wm. II. Ross, Senford, Del. James Ponder, Esq. Milton, Del. Dr. Alex. Hardcastle, Caroline county, Md. John R. Sudler, Queen Ann's " " S. S. Wycoff, 104 Murray street, N. Y. J. H. Chase, Washington Mills, " E. It. Arnold, Severn B. N. Fox & Co. N. Y. Feb. 12—Gin River, Md poR RENT. A STORE HOUSE, In Warwick, Cecil county, Md. formerly occupied as a Drug Store. For further particulars «»ply to Mrs. LYDIA PEACOCK, Feb. 12—tf Warwick, Md. it DI'II.DING JJ White, Red and Black Oak, and Gum Building Lumber, mixed or clear. White and Red Oak, Wheelright Plunk, Ac. can be had at short notice, on the Chesapeake A Delawaitc Canal, or Delaware waters, at reasonable inicct by addressing J. B. FENIMORE ' Feb. 12—3m . Middletown, Del. Del. Gazette and Tribune coaw3m and send bill to advertiser. LUMBER. to to ... ÆÜ S. E. WILLS Near Cecllton, Md. | ' ß EEVEg FOR SALE. FINE FIRST-CLASS OXEN, In No. 1 order, For Sale. Apply to Feb. 12—2t Delaware Rail Road Line Winter Arrangement. O X uud after Monday, January 3rd, 1870, ranacngor Train« will run a.« follows, until further notice. train« Sunday« excepted. north. VKATJt I Mm ar JO 45 /'hilodelphic 11 05 !Baltimore 11 30 Wilmington 11 50 New Castle M, ! Hear, 12 Ou St George« P. M. Mt. Pleasant 12 lb 1 Middletown Townsend Blackbird 8 30 5 7 25 2 10 10 6 10 30 10 50 7 11 00 7 11 15 7 11 35 7 11 45 8 115« 8 el Se« ford IiriUgevillo 6 Creouwood Farmington Harrington Felton Plymouth Canterbury Willow Grove 7 25 1 05 Camden \Dorer Bren ford 7 00 12 35 7 15 12 50 7 20 1 00 7 20 1 00 Husuafra« 12 00 8 7 35 1 15 Clay.. 1 30 AHRIV 12 05 8 7 5 8 45 Sin 12 15 8 8 10 1 50 Brenford 8 20 2 05 Mooretou 2 10 .Dover 8 35 2 20: Camden 8 40 12 10 8 12 20 8 Claytt Sas.Hiifraa Road 8 25 Blackbird 12 8 12 50 0 Townsend 2 30! Willow Grov 9 Middletown Mt, Pleasant St. George« Bear X. Castle 9 00 2 45 Canterbury 2 55 Plymouth 3 10 ! Felton 3 25 1 Harrington 3 45 , F I 10 920 1 10 9 1 20 9 1 40 9 1 55 2 05 2 15 2 35 2 55 9 10 9 25 .as . ss lington 4 05] Bridgcville 5 40 j Sea ford, '. M. I.uurel 8 10 Delmur Wilmington \Philada, 10 15 11 15 Bald mot 1 15 FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached will leave Station« named at tho following ohanged hour«, (subject to delays ineident to freight business] viz : Going a ™ ' w, 8 .'?, '' Bliington about 3 00 A. M. New Castle. 4 00; Middletown, 0 00; Clayton, 7 15; Dover. 8 50 Camden, 9 10; Felton, 10 05, and he due at Harrington Î? Going North, to leave Harrington about 3 J . M. r el ton, 4; Camden, 5 05; Dover. 5 45; Morton. 6 10: Castle, 10 30 ; uud be 3 lb Claj due ; ,7; Middletown, 8 45: N Wilmington 11 P. M. This train will «top to take up passengers on I v at Sta tiom minicrl, but » ill set down puscnitera at any regular stopping place between Harrington nnd Wilmington, ex cept Hare's Corner, State Road, Del. Junction d Dupont. Castle for \Y ilining Ph I lade I phi ' Castle. ton and Philadelphia A. M. 7 40. Leai P. M. for X 11 45 d Wilminto Smyrna Bran 1 Additional to those above will have Smyrna for Clayton 11 45 A. M. and 8 10 P. M Leave Clayton for Smyrna 8 40 A. M. nnd 2 10 P M to make connections with trains to and from Dover, and Sta tions south. E. Q. SEWAI.L, juu. 8— y Superintendent Del. R. R. Homestead & Pre-emption. I HAVE compiled a full, concise and complete statement, plainly printed, for the information of persons intending to take up a Homestead or l're-emption in this portion of the West, embrac ing Iowa, Dakota and Nobraska—and other sec tions. It explains how to proceed to procure 160 acres of rich farming land for nothing, 6 months before you leave your home, in this most healthy climate. In short it contains just such instruc tions as nre needed by those intending to make a home and fortune on Hie Free lands of the West, ill send ono of these printed guides to any sou 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. lo \ottNG Mux.—This country is being crossed with numerous railroads, reaching from eve reetion lo Sioux City, Iowa. Six railroads 'will pieted lo this city within one year. One is already in operation, connecting us with Chi cago and the U. I'. Railroad, nnd'two more will be completed before spring, connecting us with Dubuque nnd McGregor, direct. Three more will bccompleted within a year, connecting us red with Saint Paul, Minn. Yanktown, Dakota, and Columbus, Nebraska, on the U. P. Railroad. Tlie Missouri river gives us the mountain trade. Thus it will he seen that no section of country of fers such unprecedented advantages for business, speculation and making a fortune. For tlie coun try is being populated, and tlie towns and cities are being built, and fortunes being made almost beyond belief. Every man w ho takes stead now will have door. PC *ry di be home railroad market at his own And any enterprising young man, with a small capital can establish himself i permanent «ml paying business, if lie selects the right loca tion uud right branoli of trade. Eighteen years residence ill the western country, uud a large por tion of the time employed us a ' mercantile agent ill this country 1ms made me familliar with all tlie brunches of business and tlie best locations in this country. For ono dollar remitted to me, I will give truthful and definite answers to all questions on this subject, desired by such person Tell them tlie best place to locate and w liât busi ness is overcrowded and xvliat branch is neglected. Address DANIEL SCOTT, S. C. Com. of Emigration, Box 185 Sioux City, Iowa Jan. 15—ly LUMBER A HARDWARE. J, B. FENIMORE & CO. OrrosiTB the DsroT, MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, DEALERS IS ALL KINDS OF Lumber and Hardware, BRICKS, LIME, HAIR, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. ETC. Constantly on hand all kinds of Building Material. January 15—tf r "Plic Rest! p i -•- THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN^ A weekly illustrated journal of 18 pages, devoted to machinery, agricultural improvements, chemi cal science, nnd new discovery. 1 year 832 pages. $1,500 cash in prizes will he paid for clubs of subscribers on tlie loth of February. A handsome large steel engraving of ID distin guished American Inventors, presented to sub scribers. Specimens of paper, prospectuses, and blanks for names, sent free. Terms, $3 a year; $1.50 for 6 months. Discount to clubs. A book of importance to all about to apply for patents sent free. Write for full particulars concerning prizes and patents to MUNN & CO. Publishers and Patent Solicitors, 3 37 Park Row, N. Y. The Best!! Jan 8—3mos /^ri in ley's Nervine Cordial Vj CURES FITS. 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 many y Oil the other side of the At lantic, and needs but to be tried to be ns highly thought of in the United States ns in Europe Send for sample free of charge. Sold onlv bv THUS, GRIMLEY, Druggist, Jan 8—3mos 454 Fourth Avenue, N. Y. T he Surprise Sowing Machine. PRICE, $5. It makes the clastic lock-stitch ; it sews as well any machine in tlie market ; a child can use 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 SEWING MACHINE COMPANY. Agents wanted. Jan 8—3mos UNION 234 Broadway, N- Y. TO TRAVELLERS. T ICKET»? from Odessa to Philadelphia $1,50. To Wilmington $1.15. From Philadelphia Odessa the same prico, and from Wilmington Odessa the same. Tickets to be had of Doc. 18— tf R. N. Long, Prorietor of the Stage Lino. O AK and PINE WOOD, Sawed and Split, in quantities to suit, for sale at Jan. 13—tf t, T. EVANS' I 304 W. M. KENNARD 306 All 05 35 20 00 15 30 50 00 05 THK CASH 45 DRY GOODS 15 20 AND 30 25 35 55 CARPET HOUSE, 05 15 20 30 45 OF DELAWARE. 304 & 300 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, Is now prepared to offer to Cush Buyer* ono 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, Fixtures, Stair Rods, Ac, Ac. Ac. Ae. Window .Shades, In the Wholesale Dépannent Will be found all the best makes of Sheetings, Shirtings, Ac. all of which will be sold at New York Wholesale Prices. Is of the most extensive i comprising all kinds of goods for Ladies', Men's A Boy's wear. the establishment, The Flannel Department a®®' For Variety, cannot be snrpassed THK RETAIL Sheeting and Muslin Department Is large ami nil kinds of tho best goods will be cut at Tery low 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 House, special attention being paid to this department. W, M. K. constantly in the New 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 his advantage to sell 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 eithor in assort ment or prices. W. M. KENNARD, 304 & 306 Market st. ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, Oct. 9, 1**9.— y 500,000 OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS. FOR BAL.E, FOR HEDGING, VERY LARGE AND FINE. A.Iso. 200,000 Small FRUIT PLANTS & VINES OF THE JIRST VARIETIES Qf STRA WBERR J" RASPBERRY, BLACKBERRY, GOOSEBERRY, ê GRAPE. ASPARAGUS ROOTS, EARLY ROSE k CTIIEU SEED POTATOES. For Information und Prices, apply to HENRY CLAYTON, Woodside Small Fruit Nursery, MT. PLEASANT, DEL. Feb. 5—3tn Cecil Democrat, Kent News nnd .Transcript, Delawarean, Del. Gazette, Republican, copy 3 months and send hill to advertiser. REMOVAIo ^IRIE undersigned having removed to Muin J- street, opposite the National Hotel, Middle , Del. intends to devote his whole attention tow to the GRAIN AND LIME BUSINESS. Will pay on order of Messrs. William Lea& Sons, Brandywine Mills, or Eliliu Jefferson, New Castle, Del. the highest cash price, delivered at Del. R. R. or on Delaware waters. Also will fill orders for Rambo's, White's & Kenneday's Lim« In store and for sale Mono philips' BAUoirsRA n noyEfi RHODES' SUPERPHOSPHATES. CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEEDS, FLOUR, FEED, AND CORN MEAL. Jt-ff'Don t forget—opposite the National Ho tel, Middletown, Del. January 22—1870 A. T. BRADLEY. GEO. W. INGRAM & Co! BROKERS, BROAD STREBT ABOVE MAI»,. Middletown, Delaware, A T tkw of ROUPTI -v to tiik collbo NOTES, DRAFTS, BILLS, &c. &c. LOANS NEGOTIATED UPON TUB MOST LIRERAL TERMS. INVESTMENTS MADÎTÏn THE MOST SATIS FACTORY MANNER. Stories Bought and Sold on CommisMeeo. 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, Seyfert, McManus A Co. Philadelphia. Gen. Robert Patterson, " B. F. Clmtlif*m, Phila. Nat. Bauk. Oct, 1G, 1,800— y McDonough. #:i o,ooo Oct. 23—tf Wanted on Bond and Mort gage, liberal Geo. W la ram & Co, D'arm in rent county, md. of 2bo f ACRES, UPON NAVIGATION, tor hale upon very reasonable terms. AimJv ta oct. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM A CO. D elaware rail road ronds DELAWARE STATE BONDS, NEW CASTLE CO. BONDS, For Sale by GEO. INGRAM A CO oct. 23—tf W ANTED CIT1ZEXS XAIIO.VAL RAXJT STOCK. Highest market rates paid by Oct. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM'A CO. W/UMINGTON 4 READING R. R. BONDS V I'°r sale by GEO. W\ INGRAM A CO, Oct. 23—tf Broker». F IRST Class Real Estate Bonds for sale bv GEO. W. INGRAM 4 CO. Get 23—tf C APITALIST.S are invited to call and exam ine our list of Securities before investing. Oct. 23—tf Geo. W. Ingram à Co. (JAKRIAC1K FOR RiF*XE. The undersigned has for ruffle a late style York Carriage, very little used. The carriage cost $215 and will be raffled off for §175. One Dollar a chance. For further particulars applr to J. II. waller, Middlotown Hotel. Jan. 15—tf QSAGE ORANGE QUICKS FOR SALEM 200,00fl»l'rlmc Quicks of 1 jeav's growth, also 100,000 Choice 2 years old, sultablo for replant ing. For further particulars address S. H. CRAWFORD, Middletown, Del, Jan. 22—tf OOO WHITE OAK FENCE POSTS 7 Feet *»le h y SAMUEL k RICHARD TOWNSEND. §20 per Thousand, Townsend, Del. Jan. 22, 1870. WANTED, POULTR F OE ALL KIXDS, for winch the market price will ht, natd dec. 25—tf JAS. T, SHALLCROSS. P®® KENT— A Wheelwright Shop i MulHletown ; possession given immediately. Apply to W. L. BUOKE k SON. Jan. 1 tf Middletown, Del. ]]R«W» A (HLLIGIIER, 4MPOUTERS OF FINE BRANDIES, WINKS, GINS, kC, A.VD DEALERS IK , RYE, WHEAT, AND BOURBON W Ufa KEY, No. 11 South 9th Street, Philadelphia^ Jan 20-r-v "