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FUBLIsniD SVIET SATURDAY,
BY CIIAS. HAMILTON VANDERFORD.
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published at advertising rates; Marriages and
Deaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
confine their advertisements to their own business.
pê9r All letters should be addressed to The
Middletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
fiST Office corner Main and Scott streets.
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For the Middletown Transcript.
STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS.
The reason why the rivets of steam boil
ers arc more apt to crystalize and lose
their heads, is important, iu order to select
the best mode of } reventing the result.
Crystalizntiou is inevitable in proportion
as polar or serial or mugustio force, (all
of which are the same) preponderates over
gravity,the attraction of udhesiou—capilla
ry attraction—and the attraction of cohesion,
whioh are not all the same, and may an
tagonize it. Consequently whatever aids
in bringing about, or increasing, this pe
culiar sort of attraction, or removing the
obstacles in its way, may be regarded as
promoting crystalization and thu explo
sion of boilers when this result manifestly
depends on thu loss of the heads of rivets
and it is satisfactorily demonstrated that
those were originally made of the most
tough aud perfect iron. Whereas now it
is crystulino and brittle. " The particles
of the most dense steel are uever in con
tact," otherwise it could never be reduced
in bulk by a reduction of temperature,
each atom may be supposed to revolve in
its own cell of space as the world—having
like it a north and south pole—produced
in tho same way, viz—by a current of e
lectricity from east to west—but capable
of increased or diminished velocity and
consequent " vis viva" and also polarity.
Tough iron is composed of thread» of
atoms like a string of beads, viz : atoms
bound together as iron filings are arranged
when a Lode-stone is pluccd beneath the
paper on which they are spread—the north
pole of one uioloeule being attracted to the
south pole of the next particle—but this
illustration also exhibits the other idcu,
ziz : that polar force actually overcomes
the force of gravity, &c. and determines
certain molecular arrangements indicating
the outlines of crystuls such as appear on
ithe window pane, from precisely the same
cause in cold weather. Âud also in the
rivets when their heads fly off, so also the
iron filings are projected from the paper in
beatiful crystalline forms before tho Lode
stone touches the paper, although the uu
der surface of the paper over which the
filings are scattered is exposed to its
influence. If while bound together as
strings or threads of particles as thus de
acribed-v-tbcy could also he cemented and
woven like cloth—they would form tough
iron as much in contrast with homogene
ous or common iron as shoddy is different
from good cloth, although composed of the
sanie material.
Nevertheless this " long staple " cloth
io the ease of the tough iron, retains its
disposition to regain tho original crystal
line arrangement of these thready more
over, as this result of polar or serial force
is enormously increased, (viz in propor
tion to "the square") by proximity anyone
can easily conceive of its ultimate prepon
derance in rivets peculiarly constituted, as
above by this force , present and active in
their fibres, bearing sci'cn times as much
of the strain as the boiler iron and also
compressed by the oxidation of tbeir sur
face, but sometimes afforded a chance for
molecular arrangement by the extreme
changes of temperature. Upon the same
principle the familiar fact, that the nails
become more tougb by use in borse shoes,
can be accounted for, their fibrous
tile character being improved and perfec
ted without any obancc for an increase of
the serial or crystalline force over the
other forces which arc capable of direc
ting its devclopcment and using it in pro
moting tbeir co-operation, Recognizing
tho causes, we may thus have an indica
tion of the remedy for this fruitful and
subtle agent in boiler explosions,
David Siewaut, M. D.
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Port Penn , Del.
The anthracite coal trade has been over
taken by a very general suspense of busi
ness in nearly all the mining regions. In
tho Schuylkill region coal mining is stop
pad—not a mine of any magnitude is
worked. The suspension is nearly or
quite aa general at the mines in the Lehigh
region, and at the wines further north,
the Scranton, Delaware and Hudson, and
Pennsylvania Coal Company's mines are
the exceptions, at which mining is going
on. The assigned cause is the fuilure to
arrange a satisfactory basis by which to
adjust wages. The coal operators named
■ I? per ton at Schuylkill Haven as the
minimum prioc, and the miners decline
f oing below $3. The operators of the
ichigh and other coal mines have similar
.differences to adjust. The operators and
having no violent out-breaks as in
former years, gives rise to the intimation
rtfeja the want of agreement now arises
from a mutual understanding between
•them, the object of whioh is to run off the
present stock of coal, and if not to effect
an advance in tho prices of coal to con
sumers, at least to prevent any serious de
cline, which would bo very sure to follow
a eontinued production of coal ; aud under
this general suspension of mining the pro
duction of ooal the past week has been
•light—the total product being 172,332
tons, against 203,317 the previous week
—a decrease of 30,985 tons.
miners
On January 22d, the National banks of
the United States, acoording to returna
made to the Currency Bureau, held *48,
345,383 in speoie. Of this amount §36,
888,141 was held by the hanks in New
York, *5,680,679 by the Boston hanks,
and $11,311,705 by the bsnks in Phila
delphia.
PEREMPTORY SALE
or
STOCK, TOOLS, AND FIXTURES
OF TDK
Peninsular Machine Works
MIDDLETOWN, NEW CASTLE CO. DEL.
T HE subscriber, as Assignee of Jas. II. Hodg
son, will sell at public sale, without rcserv
ation, on
Tuesday , March 22m/, 1870, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
The Tools, Stock and Fixtures of the above
named works, contained in the Machine Shops.
Wood aud Pattern Shop, Foundry, Yard, and
Store rooms, as follow* :
MACHINE SHOPS:
1 10-liorse Tubular Locomotive Boiler, in good
order, complete with heater, safety and check
valves, steam guage, guage and blow off cocks,
pumps and all necessary connections, using as
fuel, wood or coal ; 1 15-horsc Slide Engine, 8
inch cylinder, 30 inch stroke, complete, with gov
ernor, exhaust pipe, fly and drum wheels, all in
good order, with 10-inch leather driving belt,
; 1 line shaft, couplings, and bear
ings, 2 inches in diameter, 75 feet long, with re
quisite pulleys and beltings ; 1 iron screw cutting
lathe, 24 inch swing, 12 feet bed, us good as new,
aud in complete order, with wrcncher and bits;
1 boring mill, slide bed, 40 in. swing, 2 upright
hand or power drill presses, 1 small hand or pow
er drill press, for reaper-knife work, 1 Daniels'
wood planer, 8 feet bed 12 by 12 inches, in good
order ; 1 24-inch circular rip saw, arbor, steel
mandril, frame and table complete; 1 upright
scroll saw, pulleys, hangars, counter, shaft and
pulley s ; 1 blast fan for driving blacksmith for
• ith counter, shaft, pulleys, hungers and
nearly
ges,
belt, in good order, 1 large grind stone, frame
aud hangings complete; 3 large vices, os good
as new; 2 vice benches with drawers, 15 assort
ed rose bitts, from 11-16 to 2 inches, stocks, solid
dies, taper and plug taps, ratchet drill and bitts,
wrenches, cullipcrs, hammers, compasses, cold
nd webbs,
key seat drifts, sample shafts und pins, centre
punches, oil cans, waste, Ac.
chisels, punches, reemers, hack
IN THE BLACKSMITH SHOPS:
1 31 inch Phila. bellows, 1 36 inch ditto, 3
p-wright anvils (nearly new,) or.e vice, two vice
Denches, 3 tool rucks, 3 slack tubs, large ussort
meirt of concave and oval swedge8,8wedge blocks,
forms, cleavers, hardies, hammers, punches,
tongs, sledges, rivet head tools, 1 bolt machine
and dies, 1 shoeing box aud tools, 1 pair of iron
bench shears, 1 cut off machine, 1 patent tyre ben
der, 1 tyre heating forge, a large lot of wrought
iron assorted sizes. Also steel bars round und
square, spring steel ; a lot of good wrought scrap
iron, forms, squares and other tools. Blast pipes
and fixtures, aud 1 sheet iron bcuding machine,
blacksmiths coal, Ac. Ac.
IN THE WOOD AND PATTERN SHOP :
1 tenoning machiue (new) complete with bitts,
belts, Ac. gainer head with bitts, 1 emery saw
guiniuer und tuble complete, 1 hub boring ma
chine, 1 wood turning lathe, and tools complete,
1 grind stone, frame and pulley, 1 cut off circu
lar saw and table complete, 1 cylinder cross bal
ancing machine, 1 foot mortising machine, pony
planer and chamfering machine with forms. 1
horizontal boring machine with assorted sizes of
bitts, circular
4 superior work benches with maple top and iron
bench screws, trussels, cabinet clumps, wood
screws'. Lot of paint cans, paint mill. Lot of
assorted sizes white pine pattern lumber, and a
variety of patterns, forms and templets.
IN TIIE FOUNDRY:
d tuble, moulding nutchine,
An iron cupola 8 ft, high 22 inches inside di
; will melt one ton of metal
ith pipes and tuyeres corn
hour.
araeter
1 good blast fan,
pletc. Line shaft, belts and pulleys in good or
der. Large lot of good flasks, assorted ; wrought
und cast clamps ; lot of moulding sand, charcoal
dust and facings. Ladles of all sizes, a
tumbling mill for cleaning small castings, shov
els, selves, together with a large collection of
wood und iron patterns, comprising in part Hus
sey and Penington reapers, Felton, Unity, Pitts
and Mix horse powers, Heading and Pen nock
shellers, Buckeye wheel horse, rakes, drill
presses, cupalo, lard presses, mowing machines,
Geiser, Westinghouse and other threshers, pul
leys, mill gearing, engine work, sugar mill work,
plows, gang plows, and a large assortment of
iron railings for yards, verunduhs, churches,
cemetery work, brackets, bulcony and various
other patterns too numerous to mention. Also
a large lot of good oust scrap iron.
IN THE STORE ROOMS.
A large quantity of castings and wrought for
gings for repairs of various implements, also
steel knife sections, crank pins, also a large sup
ply of carriage bolts, square head and machine
bolts; Nuts und washers of all sizes, wire aud
wire cloth and steel forgings ready lor use.
IN TIIE YARD.
ssortment of seasoned lumber, various
sizes of oak, maple, poplar, ash and pine, suit
able for agricult
At the si
and other work,
imc time will he offered 5 Penington
itchines, 5} and 6 ft. cut, new and
aterials.
reaping
built iu the best manner aud of the bes
Une 8-horse Pel ton power,
with shafts sweepes and braces, ground blocks
Ae. Nine Heading Corn »Shelters new aud finished
in the very best niuuner. Une McCorkle Gang
Plow and Cultivator. 5 Blacksmith Drill Pres
invaluable tool i
.1 e
plete
smith shop,
ses, new
A lot of unfinished Buckeye \\ heel Horse Bakes,
Montgomery Fans. Also spokes, felloes,
crane for hoisting, aud 1 Doyles patent pullsy
block,
numerous other articles not specially enumerated.
The Peninsular Machine Works are situated
in the centre of the town of Mdidletown, upon
main street, within two squares of the Depot of
the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore R.
It. and have been in operation for twenty yeurs,
doing u large aud profitable business, beiug the
best shop ot the kind south of Wilmington, und
commanding a wide range of business territory.
The locution of Middletown, (containing 12 to
1500 inhabitants) upon the direct line of Kail
Hoad from Norfolk, Va. to Philadelphia, and the
rapidly iucreitsiug branches of the railroads,
give the location un importance
taring town, second to none on the Peninsula.
The town lies high, is exceedingly
suriounded for miles bv most fertil
1 yard
'ill raise and susluiu
: ton, besides
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y and
highly
productive furms, using lurge quantities of first
cluss machinery. * The works.are under an easy
rent and are in good order and comfortable.
The most of the tools were new iu 1867 und are
all in good order. The works , cun be put in
operation in a few hours, and with u small capi
tal can be made to pay a good profit, cither to
stock company. The facilities
for shipping machinery throughout tho Penin
sula
south of Wilmington, coal and iron can be had
at a very small advance upon city prices.
It is beyond doubt a rure opportunity, and to
those who purchuseand nut the works in opera
tion there can lie no doubt of snccess, as almost
all the agricultural machinary for miles around
depend upon these works for repairs, as here
alone are to be found the patterns from which
they were manufactured. A number of machiaes
manufactured at these shops are fully covered by
Patent Rights for the State and Peninsula. A
large trade can be done in Iron Railing alone,
and the various patterns ate covered bv patents
which secure to the purchaser the sole use of
them. The patterns of Railings, Verandahs, kc.
are all of new styles and in good order. The
Foundry is well supplied and has sufficient ca
pacity for making all kinds of Rail Road Cas
tings, such as Frogs, Chairs, kc. The Smith
Shop has four Forges, each of which are driven
by a blast fan, and two of them are fitted with
bellows (in case of accident to engine.) The
Tyre Forge has capacity for heating all size of
tyre, and 125 wheels have been hooped in j of
hour. The Yard has a I a re shed for storing
lumber, iron, coal, Ac. under shelter, beside cast
ing anq stçrc bouses. The machine shop is large,
.well lighted, as is also the pattern and wood
shops. parties North can arrive at Middletown
by the train leaving Phila. at the P. W. k B. R.
R. Broad apd Prime streets at 8} o'clock, A. M.
and Wilmington at 10 o'clock and return at 8
o'clock! P- m.
Terms liberal and will bo made kown on
day of sale.
individual
unsurpassed, while being but 25 miles
R. H. HODGSON, Assignee
Of James Hodgson, Lewisville, Pa.
Giorse W. Inoram, Auctioneer,
ra.irtb S—tt
PUBLIC SALE.
T HE subscriber intending to quit
will sell, without reserve, at bis
known as the "Chopt&nk Farm," in
Hundred, 24 miles from Middletown, on TUES
DAY, March the 15th, 1870, the following Per
sonal Property ;
NINE HORSES
voting and sound, well broken
—d kind ; 1 pair of them match
horses, fine travellers and gentle.
7 young Mules, well broken and
good workers, 1 yoke of heavy Ox
d well broken :
Farming,
residence,
St. Georges
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en. young an
MILCH COWS
2 of them now fresh and 4 will be in profit this
month, 1 fine Bull 2} years old, 2 Steers 2 years
old, 3 young Heifers, and 3 calves 1 year old.
2 BROOD SOWS,
1 of them with Pigs by her side,
18 Head of Fine SHOATS.
2 Farm Wagons, 1 nearly new,
of Jersey make ; 1 mill wagon with 3 springs, all
in good order, with harness ; 2 ox carts and one
horse cart, all m good order ; 2 grain and phos
phate drills, 1 Haines A Wood's and the other
Bickford k Huffman's patent; 1 Penington's
reaping machine, 1 Wood's mowing machine, 1
steel tooth grain rake, 1 hand corn shelter and 1
horse power sheller ; lot of ploughs and plough
gears, harrows, cultivators, spades, shovels
lorks, hoes, 1 Pioneer stump puller, 1 york
gou and harness, in good order ; one new Ger
mantown Carriage; one buggy ; 1 sleigh. Lot
of Bacon by the pound. 2 Latrobe Heuters. 24
acres of Growing Wheat. Lot of strawberry
crates, and various other articles not mentioned.
'
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
All sums of $20, and under, cash ; on all sums
above $20, a credit of nine months will be given,
purchaser giving negotiable note, with approved
endorser, stamps and interest added.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. u .
march 5—ts BENJ. P. HANSON.
RHODES
THE STANDARD MANURE.
SUPER PHOSPHATE
MANUFACTURED DY
POTTS & KLETT,
Camden, New Jersey.
The attention of Farmers is especially called to
Rhodes Super Phosphate,
as the most valuable and reliable manure for
well us for other crops, as
attested by an experience of fifteen years.
• Ibis long established and standard manure is
prepared expressly for DRILLING, and particu
lar care is taken to maintain the high reputation
it has obtained.
heat and grass,
ORCHILLA GUANO.
.A. A.
A TRUE BIRD GUANO.
BICH IN PHOSHPATES 4 - ALKALINE
SALTS.
Substitute for Ground Raw Bones.
.$30 per ton, of 2000 lbs.
Price.
For sale by dealers and by
YARNALL & TRIMBLE,
Wholesale Agents Pennsylvania, New
Jersey and Delaware.
inarch 5—3in
FARMERS ! !
R EAD this advertisement, and give it your
whole attention. The following Trees and
Plants are guaranteed to be grown from the
turul stock, and will be sold i
suit any purchsers.
Hale's Early
Livingston's Large Ear
ly York
Troth's Early Red
King of Delaware
quantities to
Ilarkcr's Seedling
Ingram's Seedling
Late Heath
Stump the World
Red Cheek .Mulecotton
Langworth'8 Late
Early Barnard
Crockets Late White
Druid Hill
Van Burcn's Golden
Dwarf.
Crawford's Early
Crawford's Lute
Ward's Late Free
Old Mixon Free
Patterson's Seedling
Moore's Favorite
Smock
Chape Vises— Concord, Clinton and other
pieties, 2 years old. Hot House Grapes.
Courants. —Fiae Red and White Dutch, 2
years old.
va
Gooseberries. —American Seedling, 2 ys. old.
Usage Grange —As large as 2 year old plants,
line roots.
Philadelphia Raspberries.
Early Wilson, Kituitinny, and Lawton Black
berries.
Strawberries —Wilson's Albany, Agricultu
rist, Charles Downing, Naomi and Stringer.
Hlmharl)—Wyatt's Linnaeus.
Horseradish Sets.
Alwav
hand a selected assortment of White
Oak split Baskets. Also will supply any quan
tity ot the Clayton Tub or Baskets, beiug their
Agent at this place.
300 bushels of Early Rose Potatoes, of choice
quality. A. T. BRADLEY,
Commission Merchant,
Middletown, Del.
March 5—3rao.
R EGISTER'S ORDER.— Register s Office,
New Castle Co. Feb. 24, 1870.
Upon the application of J. RANDOLPH HOL
TON, Admisistrator of Spencer P. Holton, late of
St. Georges Hundred in said county, deceased;
it is ordered and directed by the Register that
the administrator aforesaid, give notice of the
grantirg of Letters of Administration upon the
Estate of the deceased, with the date of granting
thereof, by causing advertisements to be posted
within forty days from the date of such Letters,
in six of the most public places of the County of
New Castle, requiring all persons having de
mands against the Estate, to present the
or abide by an Act of Assembly in such casé
made and provided. And also cause the same
to be inserted within the same period in the Mid
dletown Transcript, a newspaper published in
«Middletown, and to be continued therein two
months
: amc
r --* y Given under the hand and Seal of
< l. s. > Office of tho Register aforesaid, in New
w v—' Castle county uforesaid, the day aud
year above written. Ü. GIBBS, Register.
NOTICE.—All persons having claims against
the Es tute of the deceased must present the same
duly attested to the Administrator, on or befor
February 24th, 1871, or abide the act of Assem
bly in such case mude and provided.
J. Randolph Holton, Admisistrator.
march 5—2m Address—Middletown, Del.
WANTED—CHILD'S NUESE.
A WHITE GIRL with good recommenda
tions can find a home with
J, B. CLARKSON,
Middletown, Del.
inarch 6—tf*
.A. CARD.
Middletown, Del. March 1st, 1870.
Having decided to discontinue the practice of
my Profession, in this town, I take pleasure in
recommending to my patients, Dr. Thomas
Gilpin, my successor, formerly of Elkton, Md
who is a graduate of the Pennsylvania College
of Dental Surgery, and whom they will find an
able and proficient Dentist.
Very respectfully,
march 5—3w
II
J. J. V «KDERFORD.
pOR
Sale.
A GOOD FRESH COW,
With Calf at her side. A bargain.
march 5—3t "
GFO. vr, INGRAM
DR. THOMAS H. GILPIN,
(SUCCESSOR TO DB. J. J. VANDERFORD, )
Graduate of tlae Pcnniylvaiüa Collogv of
DENTAL SURGERY,
O FFERS his professional services to
the dtisens of Middletown and ri-^ujuuu
cinitv.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mounted
canite, a material superior to metals in its adapt*
ability.
Persons having badly adjusted gold plates
have them exchanged for the Vulcanite.
Great care will be given to Children's Teeth ;
irregulartiea corrected, and deciduous teeth pro*
served until the permanent ones make their ap
pearance.
A superior Dentifrice constantly on hand.
Office on the corner of Scott and Main streets,
formerly occupied by D. L. Dunning.
REFERENCES.
Dr.T. L. Buckingham, Professor Pennsylva
nia College of Dental Surgery.
Dr. E. T. Darby, Philadelphia.
Dr. Thomas H. Musgrove. Elk ton, Md.
Dr. H.H. Mitchell, " "
Samuel B. Foard, Esq. " "
Rev. Henry H. Mathews " "
march 5—tf
Dental Yul
can
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GROCERY, PROVISION
AND
VARIETY STORE.
T HE undersigned respectfully informs the cit
izens of Middletown and vicinity that helms
opened a Store on .Main street, opposite the Pe
ninsular zMachine Works, where may always he
found, at the lowest prices, and of the best qual
ity,
Hams, Pork, Lard,
DRIED BEEF, MACKEREL AND HERRING,
COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR,
and a general variety of GROCERIES.
Drummond's Flour, meal and Feed, Watson's
Crackers, Confectionaries, Tobacco and Segars,
soap, starch, and soda. Adams' extra early and
for seed ; white and yellow onion
sugar
sets, Landreth garden seed of all varieties. Ear
ly Rose, Early Goodrich, White Sprouts, Harri
and Peach Blow Potatoes. Foreign and
domestic
GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS,
Canned Fruit and Vegetables; Pickles, Green
Vegetables, Poultry, Eggs, and numerous other
articles.
He will be happy to wait on his friends at all
a call.
times, and hopes they will give him
He will also pay the highest cash prices for
Poultry, Eggs, Dried Fruits, and all kinds of
Furs. DE WITT C. WALKER,
Middletown, March 5—Cm
ONE HUNDRED & TWO
VALUABLE
BUILDING LOTS,
IN MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
RANGING
FROM 40 by 120 to 50 by 250 FEET,
All^of which are eligibly situated within the
elevated, healthy
and desirable building sites, are
now offered by
Town Limits, and
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
To those who desire to purchase a site for
dwellings or business locations, upon such terms
and at such prices as make them available to ev
ery one.
These Lots arc situated on
BROAD, ANDERSON, LOCKWOOD, CRAW
FORD, CATHERINE, WALKER, LAKE,
' COX, OLIVE, k WILSON STREETS,
and are all valuable; and upon one is a
New Frame Dwelling.
very nicely located and worth $3,000.
A large number of these lots are worth $300
each ; many more are worth $200 each, while
but a few are worth less than the price asked.
Every one subscribing will be guaranteed a
lot. This is no lottery scheme, but places it
within the reach of every one who desires, by
small amounts, to secure a homestead.
These lots are laid out upon wide streets, and
all within a short distance of the Kail Road
Depot aud within the town, and are offered upon
the following terms :
All Lots arc valued at
ONE HUNDRED k EIGHTY DOLLARS EACH,
and will be sold by subscription,
the subscription a payment of
THIRTY DOLLARS
will be due upon each Lot subscribed for.
At signing
As soon ns the numbers are all taken, the Lots
will be drawn for, and the number drawn by
the purchaser will be considered his lot.
In addition to the first cash payment, the
chaser will execute FOUR NOTES at One, Two,
Thrie, and Four Years, for Thirty-Seven and a
half Dollars each, with interest from date, and
upon the payment of the last note a clear Deed
will be given for the lot. All deeds and stamps
to be at the expense of the purchasers.
now opeued and rapidly being filled
)ur
Books
at the office of
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
Brokers and Real Estate Agents,
BROAD ST. ABOVE MAIN, MIDDLETOWN.
Correspondence by mail solicited. Plan
of lots on exhibition at the office.
February 19, 1870—tf
SOUTHERN LANDS.
500 Farms in Maryland, $10 to $150 per i
700 " " Virginia 5 " 75 "
11 N. Carolina 2 "
" Tennessee 10 "
" Georgia
ALSO, 2,000,000 ACRES,
Farming, Planting, Grazing, Timber, and Min
eral Lands, in \V r est Virginia, Tennessee,
Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri,
Michigan, Iowa, Kansas A California,
acre.
40
100
40
5
30
FROM 50 CENTS. TO $10 PER ACRE.
W E can offer greater inducement* to those
seeking investments in Real Estate than
any other agency in the United Stetes.
To parties wishing to visit North Carolina
for the purpose of buying land
Fare Tickets, and we offer &
on each ticket to parties who purchase farms in
that State through our agency.
Send 10 cents and stamp for u The Southern
Real Estate Record" which contains full descrip
tion of farms, Address
WILLIAM H. NEWTON & CO.
General Land Agents,
33 LEXINGTON STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
Feb 26*—tf
we issue Reduced
Drawback of $10
C. B. ROGERS,
NO. 133 MARKETSTREET, PHILADELPHIA,
DEALER IH
CLOVER, TIMOTHY, ORCHARD,
AMD
HERD GRASS SEEDS,
Early Rose and Early Mohawk Potatoes, new
crop Osage Orange Seed.
Manufacturer of Strawberry Crates snd Baskets.
Particular attention giron to orders by mail.
Feb
PACIFIC GUANO CO.
CAPITAL $1,000,000.
JOHN & REESE & CO.
Central Agents.
OFFICES:—122 South Del. Are. PHILADEL
PHIA, 10 South St. BALTIMORE.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC
GUANO.
N O Fertiliser introduced to the Farmers of
the Middle and Southern States has given
more general and uniform satisfaction than this
Guano.
The trade in it has steadily increased until the
consumption now 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 bas a far greater interest
in the permanence of its trade than any number
of consumers can have ; hence it is the highest
interest of the company to put the best Fertiliser
into the market, that tbeir 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, and the Southern States, and by
JOHN S. REESE & CO.
General Agents for the Co.
Feb. 12—3ms k 3mf
fJUIE PHILADELPHIA TRUST
SAFE DEPOSIT
AND INSDRANCE COMPANY,
Office and Burglar-Proof Vaults in the
PHILADELPHIA BANK BUILDING,
421 Chestnut Street.
CAPITAL $500,000.
Is
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 against
Fire, Theft, Burglary, and accident.
All fiduciary obligations, such
Guardianships, Executorships, etc. will be un
dertaken and faithfully discharged.
Circulars, giving full details, forwarded on
application.
Trusts,
DIRECTORS.
Thomas Robins,
Lewis R. Ashhurst,
J. Livingston Erringcr,
R. P. McCullagh,
Edwin M. Lewis,
James L. Claghorn,
Benjamiu B. Comegys,
Augustus Heaton,
F. Ratchford Starr,
Daniel Haddock, Jr.
Edward Y. Townsend,
John D. Taylor,
Hon. William A. Porter.
OFFICERS.
President—Lewis R. Ashhurst.
Vice President—J. Livingston Erringcr.
Secretary and Treasurer— R. P. McCullab.
Solicitor—Richard L. Ashhurst.
Feb. 12—6m
MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE.
S. W. ROBERTS,
T AKES pleasure in announcing to his friends
of Middletown and surrounding country,
that the liberal patronge he has received has in
duced him to offer to the public the greatest va
riety, and best selected stock of Stoves, both
Cooking and Heating, ever offered in Middletown,
and at prices that cannot fail to please. Among
the assortment are the following
COOK STOVES.
NIAGARA, PARLOR COOK, MONITOR
CORAL COOK, WM. PENN, LEHIGH,
and others made in the city.
PARLOR STOVES.
BRILLIANT,
GAS BURNING BASE,
PARLOR LIGHT,
DEW DROP,
UNION AIR TIGHT
OUR PARLOR.
Also, SEXTON'S PARLOR HEATERS.
Stoves 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_..
be seen in operation at the store of the proprietor.
All sizes of Bar-room Stoves and Ten-plate
Stoves repaired at short notice.
Old Stoves taken in exchange.
^E^TIN WARE at wholesale and retail.
As I have practical workmen employed, I think
I can give satisfaction to all who favor me with
their work. Particular attentiou paid to Roof
ing and Spouting.
AT HIS BRANCH STORE, GALENA, MD,
He has a large stock of Stores and Tin Ware on
hand, and is prepared to fill all orders for
8TOVE3, TIN WARE, ROOFING, SPOUTING, 4C. EC.
at the shortest notice and on the best terms.
pa- ORDERS SOLICITED.
S. W. ROBERTS.
Middletown, February 12, 1870—ly
A. M'lLRATH, 9. T.
J. H. WARNER, N. Y.
G. B. DICKSON, DOVER, DEL.
E. B. BICE
WITH
Warner, DiokBon & McElrath,
GENERAL PRODUCE
C0MMISSI0N MERCHANTS,
338 GREENWICH ST. N. Y.
We make a specialty of
PEACHES, PEARS, APPLES, BERRIES,
GRAPES, and all kinds of Perishable Fruit*.
REFERENCES.
Dan'l B. Cummins, Pres. Gerard Bank, phila.
Geo. W. Cummins, Smyrna.
Dr. Henry Ridgely, Dover.
Wip. Mi phajeespear, 11
Qov. G. Sauisbury,
Ex-Gov. Wm. H. R
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, 11
E. R. Arnold, Severn River, Md
B. N. Fox k Co. N. Y.
Feb. 12—6m
oss, Seaford, Del.
JOB RENT.
A STORE BOUSE,
In Warwick, Cecil conntj, Md. formerly occupier
as a Drug Stprc, For further particulars apply
Mrs. LYDIA PEACOCK,
Warwick, Md.
to
Feb. 12—tf
T)UILDING LUMBER.
-D White, Red and Black Oak, and Gum
Buliding Lumber, mixed or clear. White and
Red Oak, Wheelright Plank, kc. can be had
at short notice, on the Chesapeake k Delaware
Canal, or Delawar# waters, at reasonable prie#*,
* J. B. FENIMORE,
Middletown, Del.
Pel. Gazette and Tribune coaw3m and tend
hill to advertiser.
by addressing
Feb. 12—3m
EEVES FOR SÄER.
FINE FIRST-CLASS OXEN,
In Np. I order, For Sale. Ap^ly to
Feb It—St
B
E. WILLS
5>ar Cfcîîtoo Md
*
304 W. M. KENNAED 306
THE CASH
DRY GOODS
AND
CARPET HOUSE,
OF
DELAWARE.
n-io:*
. v
304 <& 806
MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON,
Is now prepared to offer to Cash Buyers one of
the best selected, greatest variety, and
largeet aseortment of goods ever
offered in this Bute.
THE CARPET ROOM
II.Tinf Wn enlarged, i. Ailed with * An. Tariety
of th. best make, of Engli.h and American
Tapestry, Brunei«, Three-Ply, Ingrain,
Ac. Oil Clothe, all width«, Cocoa
and Cantoo Matting«, Ruga,
Uatta, Window Hhadea,
Fixture, Stair Rode,
A., At. A*. Ae.
In the Wholesale Dépannant
Will be found all tha beet make* of Sheeting«,
Shirting«, Ae. all of which Will ba told at
New York Whole..!. Prieee.
The Cloth and Cassimere Department
If ont of Ihomoft extensive in the establishment,
comprising nil kinds of goods fer
Ladite', Men's k Boy's wear.
The Flannel Department
For Variety,
mot ho iit|mn4 ^
THB KBTAIL
Sheeting and Muslin Department
Is large aad all kinds of tha bast goods will
ba cat at vary low prioea.
The Hosiery and Glove Counter
Will ba fcund fall and remplet« at all Umea.
Ladies' and Gentlemen'* Underwear
Of all kiads at rtasoaabl« rate*.
The Dress Goods Room
Is th# pride of tbs Houss, spssial attasU.n being
paid to this department.
W. U. %. constantly ip the New York and
Philadelphia markets, enables him to procure all
new and desirable goods at the. lowest rates, and
as be buy* direct from the importer in large lots,
it is to his advantage to sell cheap, that goods
may be tamed oat fast, thus keeping the stock
new and lively all the time
All ar# invited to enll, feeling assured *h*t
they will not be dipappointed either in assort*
ment or prie«#,
W. M. KENNARD,
804 Sc 300 Market art,
above third,
WILMINGTON,
DILAW ARE.
Oct », iitö.-jf
mm
500,006
OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS,
FOR SALE,
FOR HEDGING,
«
TBRT LARGE AND FINI. *
;r •
-Alao, 200,000
Small FRUIT PLANTS * VINES,
OF THS BEST VARIETIES OF
STRAWBERRY,
RASPBERRY,
BLACKBERRY,
GOOSEBERRY,
A ORAPS.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS.
EARLY ROSE k OTHER SEED POTATOES.
Tor Information and Prices, apply to
HENRY CLAYTON.
Woodside Small Fruit Nursery,
MT. PLEASANT, DEL.
Feb. ft—3m
Cecil Democrat, Kent News and Transcript,
Delawarean, Del. Gazette, Republican, copy 8
months and send bill to advertiser.
REMOVAL.
T HB undersigned having removed to Main
street, opposite the National Hotel, Middle
town, Del. intends to devote his whole attention
to the
GRAIN AND LIMB BUSINESS.
Will pay on order of Messrs. William Lea A Sons,
Brandywine Mills, or Elihu Jefferson, New Castle.
Del. the highest cash price foi grain, delivered
at Del. R. R. or on Delaware waters.
Also will fill orders for
Rambo'8, White's & Kenneday's Lime
In store and for sale
MORO PHILIPS' BA UGH'S RA WBONE $
RHODES' SUPERPHOSPHATES.
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEEDS,
FLOUR, FEED, AND CORN MEAL.
Don't forget—opposite tho National Ho
tel, Middletown, Del.
January 22—1870
A. T. BRADLEY.
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
BROKERS,
BROAD ITZEET ABOVR HAI«,
Middletown, Delaware,
A ttend promptly to thb collbck.
TION OF
NOTES, DRAFTS', BILLS, &o. <feo.
LOANS NEGOTIATED UPON THB MOB*
LIBERAL TERMS.
INYBSTMBNTS MADE IN THE MOST SATIS.
FACTORY MANNER.
Stooke Bought and Sold on Commitêikm.
Also, receive application« fov
Del. Mutual Life Insurance Compaet
OF WILMINGTON.
Refer by permission to the following fift
gentlemen :
Geo. W. Karsner,
J. W. Vandegrift,
Seyfert, McManus k Co. Philadelphia»
Gen. Robert Patterson, "
B. F. Chatham, Phila. Nat. Baafc.
McDonough,
Oct. 1«, 1869— y
AAA Wanted on Bond and Mort»
jvf ß a ß e ) l> be »*ftl—apply to
Geo. W. Ingram k On.
Oct. 23—tf
F arm in rent county, md. of im
ACRES, UPON NAVIGATION,
For Sal« upon rery reasonable terras. Apply te
oct. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM A CO.
D elaware rail road bonds.
DELAWARE STATE RONDS,
NEW CASTLE CO. BONDS,
For Sale by GEO. INGRAM A ÖO,
ect. 23—tf
W ANTED.
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK
STUCK. Highest market rates paid by
Oct. 23—tf GEO. W. INGRAM k GO.
W ILMINGTON k READING R. R. BONDI
For sale by GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
Broker#.
Oct. 23—tf
F IRST Class Real Estate Bonds for sale hr
GEO. W. INGRAM k ÖO.
Ost 23—tf
/CAPITALISTS are invited to call and exam*
V' ip* oqr list of Securities before investing.
Oct. #3—tf Geo. W. Ingrain a Co. **
F OR RENT—A Wheelwright Shop in
Middletown ; possession given immediately.
Apply to W. L. BUCKE k SON.
Jan. 1—tf Middletown, D#l.
pjiPES AND TALLOW WANTED \
Bull Hides 6 centa.
Sheep Pelts 75 cts.
Steer Hides 8 cents.
CalfSkin 14 cents.
Tallow 10 cents.
The abov# prices will be paid at
Nov. 30—tf
INGRAM k GIBSON'S.
Middletown, Del.
JTOB SALE,
800,000 TWO-YEAR OLD
OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS-PRICE Si U
PER THOUSAND.
Wm. GREEN,
A. HUSHABECK,
Middletown, Del.
Apply te
Feb. 12—tf
er
poK
A POPBLE CARRIAGE BOUSE,
RENT.

uTbere!^!
With Stabling attached for 4 Horse
Pump of ne-.r-failing water in the yard, also a
Hay Loft a bore the stabling, capable of bolding
2 or 8 Tona of Hay. Apply to
Jan. 5—3m
. M. REYNOLDS.
S EASONED OAK and PINE WOOD, saw««
and Split, de!i*ered in town, la quantities to
•nit, at $1 per «tf, by E. T. EVANS.'
Feb 18—tf
TT7E6T LEHIGH, EGO k BTOVE COAL
W for sale at E. T. EVANS' 1
It*, \i—sf Weed fc Çn»i yard,

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