®hc JRiddlctoum transcript
BY CHAH. HAMILTON VANDBRFORD.
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R EGISTER'S OFFICE,
New Castle County, July 20th, 1870.
Upon the application ot James C. Matthews,
Administrator of Thomas Cosgritf, late of St.
Georges Hundred, in said county, deceased ; it is
ordered and directed l»y the Register ih.it the
Administrator aforesaid, give notice of the grant
ing of Letters of Administration upon the esiate of
the deceased, with the date of granting thereof,
by causing advertisements to he 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 demands
against the estate, to present the same, or abide
by an Act of Assembly in such cas
provided. And also to cause the s
serted within the same period i
town, and to be continued thcrei
Given under the Seal of Office of the
ter aforesaid, at New Cast
Castle county, aforesaid, the day
•wspapes published i
IJ. Glims, R«
NOTICE.—All persons having claims again
the estate of the deceased must present the sain
2iuh. 187! or abide the Act of \ssemblv i
IAMK' ( . MAT'i |ii
HE HOUSE AND LOT
ow or- jy
cupied by the undersigned, sit
uated on Lake street, Middletown, ad- Ijjiji
joining the property of Zachariah
Jones. The House is a two-story fr
front, running hack 18 feet,
ing 10 by 20 feet, and a g
eight rooms in all.
1 25 feet deep, stocked
le Im il d
The Lot is luo feet fr
with choice fruit
A well of good water in the
further particulars apply
JV. GREAT OFFER.
481, Broadway, New York,
ILL di-nm-e of (INK IIUNDllED PIANOS,
,1 OIKS AKS of six lirsl
M K LOI) KO NS
•lass makers, i
ImliiiK (.'liickcrins & Sons, at j
ill take fr
« m l hly
I T inkle V
to. Knits everything,
• needle, simple
i pit* stocking sent free. Knits
A child c:
pairs per da
IIixklv Kkittixk Maciiixk Co. Until Mr.
Or 17C llroaihvay N. 4 .
Cucumbers for Pickling.
■ lie left nt llic store of Clmrlra Tat
Jr. Middletown, Del.
[it 3—3t® niCIIAKD CLAYTON.
100 Dozen Peach Cans For Sale, at
T. II. ROTIIWEI.L'F,
Stove and Tin Store.
A VALUABLE FARM
Valuable Farm of 305 Acres,
Lankford's Bay, Kent county, Md.
half a mile of Edesville, two miles fr
Hall, and within half a mile of the tout co. R. U.
Within the last Ihre
have been applied.
ars 40,000 bushels of lime
T.lierc is a young
Of 5,000 Trees, Three Years Old,
And a prospect of 2500 boxes of Peaches
OVER 130 ACRES IN CORN,
prospect of a good crop.
Wheat, prospect good for 2000 bus.
notwithstonding the unfavorable season.
Acres of good virgin soil, just cleared
grubbed, second year in corn, soil
a light und productive loam.
The improvements arc ;
Attic Brick Building, i
the necessary Gut-Buildings,
Methodist Churches within tw
one of the most desirable U
•tion of Kent county, having fish and
and all the salt
100 Acres i
good repair, and all
, in good order,
mile, Episcopal i
• in GO d.i vs :
Price, $22,000; $8,000
i null pay in:
. at the olli'
and the balance i
For further in ft
u 'i ra
the Middle to
TO FARMERS !
The Highest Prices Paid for Grain,
the Kent Co. R. R.
ELI HU JEFFERSON,
New Castle, Del.
G 1 RAIN bought exclusively on commission, and
r satisfaction guaranteed. Orders solicited for
RAMBO'S AND WHITE'S LIMB,
Whanu's and Baugh's Phosphates,
plaster, &c. &c.
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to.
A. T. STOOPS,
Dealer in Grain, Lime, Coal, Fertilizers, kc.
Massey's, Kent County, Md.
I'lIOIUAS MASSI 3 V, JI«.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
Main Street, nearly opposite Walker's Hotel,
C LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, Ae. neatly ami
Always on hand and for sale, Clocks, Watches,
Plated Ware, Forks, Spoons, Silver Napkin
IUmrs Silver Thimhles, Salt, Sugar and Tea
Spoons, Butler Knives, Gold Breast-Pins, Kar
lluias Finger-Rings, Sleeve Buttons, W atch
Chi! Watcl. Keys, Key Kings, Steel Watch
PACIFIC GUANO CO.
JOHN S. REESE & CO.
OFFICES :—122 Soulh Del. Ave. P1IILADEL
I'llIA, 10 South St. BALTIMORE.
0 Fertilizer introduced to the Farmers of
the Middle and Southern States has
more general and uniform satisfaction than this
The trade in it has steadily increased until the
consumption now throughout the entire country
nr exceeds that of any other fertilizer.
fords the su
dtul involved i
st guarantee of its c
I'.ir greater interest
:e of its trade than any number
i have; hence it is tho 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.
in the pernmne
This Guano is sold at retail by local agents of
patiy throughout New Jersey, Delaware,
ml the Southern States, and by
s y 1V
JOHN S. REESE & CO.
General Agents for the Co.
s'.le County. August 2nd, 1.870.
of John F. Pash
\dministrators of Jol
II. Rash, late
of St. Get
d directed l.v the I
1er that the Administrators albri
lice of the granting of Letters of Administrati
the Estate of the de tv
b bv cau«i
1. v ith the date of
Aft of A:
e made and p
• to be inserted
•wspaper published i
tinned therein tw
d to be c
Given under the hand and Seal of Of
f ; 7
f the Register aforesaid, at New
. > li
New Castle C
the day and year above
R. GIRRS, Re
the estate of the d
duly attested to the
August 2nd, 1871, or abide the Act of Assembly
sc made and provided
JOHN F. RASH, ) . • .
JOHN R. COOPER, j * va,n s
ill sur 'll
at j J ,
v, July 15th. 1870.
New Castle C«
I Upon the applicali
1 of Samuel W. llolierts, laie of St. Georges II
said county, deceased ; it i
ster that the E
b red and
I Letters T
the estate of t!
the date of granting thereof, by c
tiscincuts to lie posted within forty d
six of the most public
i;nty of New Castle, requiring all
ilist the estate, to
Act of Assetn
•li Letters, i
places of the
it the si
tust- the s
period in the Middkti
imblishcd in Middletown,
therein two mouths.
d to be conti
d Seal of Office
at New Cnstle,
osuid, the day a!
R. GIBBS Reoisteu.
dur the hand
of the Re lister aforesaid,
tlo county afoi
*d must p
ttested to the Executor,
the estate of the d
; Jul \
10 th 1K71 or abide the Act of Assemble in such
CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE!!
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
■tliod to i nfor
•il takes this
id the the puldie i
that lie 1ms
hand a superior stock of
I'ltJ.iHtS AXD TOR.UCO,
Which he oilers at very reasonable rates,
•huh cannot fail t
Among the Tobaeco3 arc the following:
i Best Black Na\
j Best Monitor N
Best Black Cavendish Tolu
gh and Ready Tobacco.$1.15
am: him .1 call.
JOHN T. HAYES,
1 Door East of National Hotel, Middletown, Del.
DR. THOMAS H. GILPIN,
iNylvnnla College of
Cirniliinle of flu* Pei
mUYTAfli M UGLUY,
H aving located i
I .I V
» the publie.
It i'll ■*»-.
Dr. i.. T. :> i •" • 1
Dr. Thomas II. Musgio
Dr. IL II. Mitchell,
d B. Foard, Esq.
Rev. Henry If. Mathews
mar« h 5—tf
ER 3000 IMeres of well se
rhich I will sell at New York und Philadelphia
large variety of Borders
1). L. DUNNING.
retail prices ; also
Bond nnd Mort
gage, liberal-—apply to
Geo. W. Ingram k Co
CITIZ ESS ' NA TIOXA L PA XK
rket rates paid by
GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
WOOL WANTEJ !!
rrWE highest cash prices paid for WOOL
L BOHEMIA MILLS.
MURPHEY k REVBOLD.
Cassimeres, Kerseys, 't urns, Blankets, &c. nl
lmnd, and will be exchanged for Wool
may 14—- tf
BASONED OAK and "PINE WOOD, sawed
and Split, delivered in town, in quantltjcito
suit, at SI per cord, by E. T. EVANS.
ILMINGTON k READING R. R. BONDS
For sale by GEO. W. INGRAM k CO.
A Perfect Fertilizer for all Crops.
Super Phosphate of Lime,
Ammonia and Potash.
Warranted free from ndultcrntlon, nnd
equal In quality to any sold during
tile last four years.
e. in the use of i: Complete Manure"
by the best farmers of Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Delaware, Maryland, and of the Now England
period of four years'
Trial, has resulted i
proving it to be the
Best Fertilizer Offered For Sale ! I
food in a
for giving lasting fertility to the soil.
Aîî iJnderiliihie Fact.
s well, food
11EX It Y Ji() WER, Manufacturing Chemist ,
Gray's Ferry Road ^ Philadelphia.
DIXON, SHARPLESS & 00.
40 S. Delaware Avei
ie, Philadelphia, Pn.
ir»U South Street, Baltimore. Maryland.
île alse by
JOHN A, REYNOLDS & SONS,
John Me Lea n & Sojv
NO. OOS M f IlivET ST 11 K ET,
rv dy, subject t
: agreed upon,
s may he desired by the depositor.
it!i us can give checks in
the same ma
hieb will be
■r as up
p lid when pres
ues of Gov
buy, sell and collect gold and.c
arket prices. We
xecute oi^lers for the purchase and s
ud all kinds of stocks and bonds on
Drafts oil Foreign Countr
gold coin of the c
Inch they arc
States, Canada and E
ade in all parts of the United
Inquiries by mail promptly answered.
JOl/X Me LEAR d- SOX.
Seed Wheat, Seed Wheat.
f A ARM ERS, look to v
J- vorn- SEED WHEAT, v
akiug a judicious select!
ill find no just cause to c
our in teres
Seed Wheat of the
from the North, South ami West : also new ci
of ('lover, Timothy and Orchard Grass Seeds.
Samples and prices sent bv
C. B. ROGERS, Seei
133 Murkrl street, I'liilu.
MORAVIAN .SEMINARY FOR YOUNG
THE 77iii ANNUAL TERM.
cs, add res
Rev. EUGENE A. FRUKAUFF,
•aster Co. Pa.
AT EAR Middletown,
IN mi Kuturiluy mu
on the road to Warwick
1 .eather Cuba, orTrnvelli
lue to the
ill be paid it
.•turned to this office.
Six Cents Reward.
R A i„,
i amed JONATHAN HOPKINS.
g of tho 2oth instant
forbid harboring hi
on my ac
Near Odessa, Del.
MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE.
.50!S.% S3. UliBLRTS,
flVVKKS pleasure in announcing to his friends
X of Middletown and surrounding country,
that he has taken the Tin and Stove Store of the
lato S. W. Roberts, and offers to the public the
largest and liest selected stock of »States, both
•er offered i
prices that cannot fail to please. Among
the assortment are the following
ml others made ii
i the city.
, - BURNING BARE,
UNION AIR TIGHT
•' Vi" ' - ! v ii; • »R i ! EATERS.
f"i »Stures, Offices,
the Oriental, both
sed in beauty and efficiency. They c~_
i operation at the store of the proprietor.
All sizes of Bar-room Stoves and Ten-plate
S.'oves repaired at short notice.
Old Staves taken in exchange.
^ir*T!N WARE at wholesale and retail.
practical workman, himself, he thinks
give satisfaction to all who favor him with
Particular attention paid to Roof
g and Spouting.
AT HIS BRANCH STORE, ST. GEORGES,
He lias a large stock of Stoves and Tin Ware
hand, and is prepared to fill ull orders for
STOVES, TIN WARE, ROOFING, STOUTING, &C. LG
at the shortest notice and on the best terms.
ßdr~ ORDERS SOLICITED.
JOHN Ii. ROBERTS.
aug 13, 1870—y
Protoasors Buchanan à Down of
University, are m&kiug wonderful cure«
of Cancers, Tumours and Ulcers by their
discovery. A painless treatment, no
T h o most remark
ablfl effect I CATfCERS. I u f this
treatment is, It sepa
rwtos the chemical eleiuents of cancerous
growths, bo that»tbey>shrlvel, dio nnd dis
uppear nnd will imt return. All those af
•d can call on tho Professors
\ I : i ' I
Ihichanan A Down,
n<l rirons, "No. 614 Pino Street, Philada.
I j^OH SALE.—5000 Prime Chestnut Rails, at
thç mouth of Bohemia River, opposite Town
apr 30—tl' •
Jas. W. VKAZEY,
Near CcOltan, ('ceil to Md.
A LIST OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
In Delaware and Maryland
NOW OFFERED FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
And Kca! Estate Agcuts,
Yti dletown, Delaware.
1 ANDS in Delaware and the Eastern Shore of
J Maryland are generally level, easily cultiva
ted, naturally rich ami susceptible of the highest
provcinent, and easily restored when reduced
by hard tilling. The farms we oiler have a fair
proportion of timber and wood, and lying be
tween the two large bodies of water, (the Dela
nd Chesapeake bays and their tributaries)
are well watered and thoroughly drained,
climate from its location is very healthy, mild
an inducement to
d this consideration alone is
i.my northern fanners, to es
dcstructive to health
cape the rigor
and their stock. These lands have also the very
great advantage in the fact that they produce
abundantly all kinds of grain, fruit and vegeta
bles, which can he shipped by railroads, in well
ventilated market ears, or by commodious ste
ers, at low rates of freight, and in sufficiently
reach Philadelphia and New York
markets to enable them to compete with lands
•res ; improved land and new
In Kent county, Md.
ot'lSCA acres, near Middletown (1 mile.)
Good buildings. Price $38,000—1er
Valuable Grist Mill, 3 miles from Middletown,
in good order.
ith suitable buildi
A splendid site,
depot. Price $2,500—1er
Pea. h C;
in g Establish
short square fr
•res of land, situated in
Somerset county, Md. 2£ miles from Eaton,
the Delaware R. R.
A good farm of
A first class farm, with elegant bmldin
Cecil county, Md. 1 mile from Cecilt
lies from landings
river. Excellent peach orchards. 2-f
Price $130 per ac
A valuable f;
3 miles fr
containing 192 acres of kind land.
pon Appoquinimink cr'" .
Odessa, New Castle county, Del.
A very desirable farm in Kent county, Md. on
the line of Kent Co. U. IL c
of splendid land. Brick dwelling and out-bu'dd
ings—all good. Price $100 per acre, upon very
New Castle county, Deln
• divided into 3
s. Will be sold to
senaratc to suit purchasers,
good ; 2 miles from Blackbird Station
Del. Railroad, and 1 mile from landing
Price $50 per acre.
V tract of 1;
containing 523 acres
with good building!
upon Del. Railroad, i
•res. Buildings new.
A valuable Is
Castle county, of 177
Price $9,000, one-half cash.
One of the most valuable fi
situated near Mcl)o
s in New Castle
gh, Del. contain
.•res of highly improved land,
.1 siilomliil l.uUJi
Will be sold to a reliable purchaser
: of the fin
A fine farm in New Cnstle countv, miles
from McDonough, and 1 mile fi
ver. 135 acres of splendid land. Convenient to
churches, schooh, steamboats and cars. Price
•res of good, i
proved land, 1A
Mt. Pleasant Station, Delaware Railroad
ith good buildings. (';
New Castle county,
ith good buildings
New Castle e
A desirable farm i
Blackbird, and 1
upon creek, of 200
d fences. Price $05 per acre.
150 acres of good land, adjoining Fieldsbor
gh, New Castle county, Delaware. Has 4,000
peach trees. Price $75 per acre.
An excellent farm of 237J acres, situated
Chesapeake City, Cecil e
Good building and fences and splendid location .
A splendid farm in Cecil and New Castle coun
ties, j mile from Pivot Bridge, upon the Dela
ware and Chesapeake canal. A splendid loca
tion and combining every advantage of market
Contains 198 acres of first
high state of cultivation. Price
by rail and water,
rate land, in
$125 per acre—terms easy.
the "Delaware Levels"
under good fence and hedges. »Splendid inan
d out buildings. Very desirable, con
tains 197 acres. Price $20,000—terms easy.
A nice little farm, with good buildings, con
taining 132 acres, lj miles from Vandyke »Sta
tion, on the Delaware Railroad. Price $1,500.
A very desirable farm with commodious build
ings .1 mile west of Middletown, with a tine
h orchard, under exeelleut fencing, con
Price $2"u per uci
ing 319 acres.
An elegant manor farm, about
Middletown, and 1 mile from i
Excellent water; beautiful Ic..;;
mansion, modern style: and good
A rare opportunity to secure a d.
Contains 250 acres.
Price $200 per a-n
A house and lot upon High street, Odessa. A
desirable site—good dwelling. Stable and car
variety of fruits.
Price $3,500. •
A good farm containing 280 ucres situate two
miles from Blackbird, Del. Good buildings. 2
the property. Has 3,000 cords of
•ood within J mile of landing.
A fine farm \ mile from McDonough, Del.
tainiug 150 acres of excellent land, with a good
peach orchard and good buildings aud fences.
Price $150 per acre,
O NE Yoke of Extra WORK CATTLE;
dium size; good form ; well matched i
lor and in disposition, and well k
rior iu every respect. Also,
n ns supe
CART, in good
F ROM this date until October 10th. all persons
are hereby forbidden to trespass upon the
premises of the undersigned.
August 13. 1870—3w
™ The Great Medical Discovery ! hj
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA Q
«VINEGAR BITTERS, H -
I Hundreds of Thousands |2£ 'f
35 Boar testimony to their wonderful q rj
* 0 ►—I
hH » 8 1 «
WHAT ARE THEY?
n e 2
> ( 1 *
2 ^ P
« g - THEY ABB NOT A VILE v
in "iS FANCY DRINK,111
Pd M a.;u of Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spir*
W its, and Refuse Liquors, uociorod, spiced.
n.id sweetened to plen-sdluu taste, ca'led'•Tonics'*
PH " Appetizers, " " Restorers," 4c :., tlmt lea-l tho
r . t ou to drunken ness ami ruin, butareatruo »0
fcn m - limine, ma.lo from tho Native Hoots nnd •
W i I s of California, free from all Alcoholic
M Stimulants. Tueyari* tho GREAT BLOOD
PURIFIER nnd LIFE GIVING PRIN- »(J
CIPLE, a perfect Renovator and lnvigorator .
Qj .. t me System, carrying off ah poisonous matter,
Vjj n 1 restori-.g the blood to a healthy condition. ^
, i person can tako these Bitters, according to v j
Ô ..-entions, nnd remain long unwell.
VIOO will be givon for un incurable car" pro ~
W liag tho bones aro not destroyed by mineral J
tisons or other means, and tho vital organs H
JZ w i sted beyond tho point of repair. £
jj For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhou- _j
inatism, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi- J
K" Rodion. Bilious, Remittent, and Inter- 'p
mittont Fevers, Diseases of the Blood,
Livor, Kidneys, nnd Bladdor, those Bit- r-L
tors have been most Hiieeessful. Such Dis- 2
aused by Vitiated Blood, which
is v'Mievully produced by derangement of tho -a
Digestive Organs. , .. . . Z.
•fiioy invigorate tho stomach, ana stimulate A)
tho torpid liver and bowels, which render them
»riiiidlcd cilieacy in cleansing the blood of
luri .ics, and imparting new life and vigor
to tho whole system.
Dyspepsia cr Indigestion, Headache, P "1
dtl.-~s coughs TishtncM or tho
. 8our Htoinanh, Had Tasto in
ea i >s
P ain in t
Palpitation or tho ^
of Urin«, Tain in
1 1 a hmi.lrod other
e tli * o.ts'iriags of
you find 0
w iV ;
I wli mi«
li tli« nkIn it
i. Keen H
; « h..'
. j ■ n
. 1 CM
m.iu, Freucli, and 8i.uuisti.
1.32 &. 84 Go
it. ii. McDonald & go.,
• Ftr • *-. N. Y. . .
; ALL DRUOOIST3 AND ^
Kireet, N. Y. ^
r , J. WALK A
.1 32 a:ul 34 Com- p
y i. LUS.
W. II. HARK,
For sale by
FARM EUS, EXAMINE AND BUY
Being The First Raw Bone Phosphate Made,
13 AUG II ' S
It AW BONK
Super Phosphate of Lime.
rpins Manure is made of Raw or Unburned
L Bones, rich in Nitrogcneous matter, dissolv
Oil of Yitrial, presenting the Bone Phos
phat in a highly soluble and quickly available
form, and the Ammonia in such proper.ion us to
prompt and vigorous action upon the
Where Baugh's Phosphate was applied the
past season, t e indications, without cxcep
arc that it will maintain its
Wc request all in need of a fertilizer to
give this article a trial.
B A. U a H (tSOXS,
Office—No. 30 Soulh Drlaui
July 10—t sep 12
GRAIN AND PHOSPHATE DRILL.
f P 111-', undersigned having perfected his ii
1 proved " DELAWARE DRILL," would i
form the Farmers that he i
ith the best combined Grni
• prepared to f
Phosphate Drill ever introduced into this coun
It is very simple in construction: very sub
stantially made up , has the patented porcelain
d guaranteed to
heel ; is easily
d every hind oj
rehantable Guano and
Phosphate with the greatest uniformity
It has been used and endorsed bv ov
*rs in this and the adjoining »Stute
of Maryland during the last two years (18C8 and
1809) and, as will be shown by their written cer
tificates now in my possession, 1ms given entire
•idling these drills will please nd
W. N. HAMILTON, M. D.
Or WM. T. SHAW & CO. Manufacturer.
rain and ] hoaph Drill,
i! w 1-25 CASH.
i lid m tlu- it
Umts .v Wood
«•" ;, "l"
- or any
to give eut
forward their orders
ishing the Attachment
s possible as only
limited number will be furnished this season.
TERMS :—Delaware Phosphate Sower attach
npproved note at
W. N. Hamilton, M. I).
cd old drill, $45, Cash : or
The Excelsior Fan
I S acknowledged to be equal to if not
to any manufactured. For sale bv
July 10—2mos E. T. EVANS.
Wm. A. Rabin.
McCOY & RASIN,
General Commission Merchants,
No. 73 SOUTH STREET,
Opposite Cohn Exchange,
13 T. T I ]\I ORE.
July 2— y
JJIDE.S AND TALLOW WANTED!
The highest prices will be paid at
Noy. 30—tf GIBSON'S.
NEW STOVE, TIN,
THOMAS 13. ROTIIWKLL'S
North Side of Main Street,4 Building* Went
of Town Hnll,
hand, and is pre
Wliere he has constantly
pared to manufacture
ALL RINDS OF TIN WARE
At Short Notice.
attention paid to
ROOTING AND SPOUTING.
d promptly atten
Ordcrs respectfully solicited
STAR, COTTAGE, NATIONAL,
CHARM, PRIZE, & VICTOR COOK.
HOQUET RASE, GAS, BURNING
HARE, III AI., VIOLET, REVERE, INTOX AIR
Stoves suitable for stores, offices, hotels, mid
ptlv filled for
Orders will he received and pr
v kind of Stove that may be ordered.
GALVANIZED, RUSSIA, AND SHEET IRON,
COAL HODS, SKIVES,
TEAKETTLES, HAKE PANS, WAFFLE IRONS
SAD IRONS, BRASS* ENAMELLED
EXAMELLED SAUCE UAXS,
TEA BELLS, JAPANNED CHAMBER BUCKETS,
SPITTOONS, WAITERS, LANTERNS,
FLOUR AND PEPPER BOXES,
SAXIJ CUPS, MATCH SACKS (Cast Iron,)
!■ i: 11:ii cans,
( Soldered nnd Self-Sealing )
PATENT CLOTHES FRAMES, &e. &c. ie.
pt attention to business, moderate prices,
competent workmen, nnd a determination to
please, may at all times he expected by those who
• favor him with llieir custom.
THE VAPOR COOKING STOVE.
Xo Wood, vo Coal , no Store Pipe, no
Ashes, no Dirt, no Wood Boxes , vo
Coal Scuttle, no Kindling Wood,
But a Friction Match,
u seven min
n full blast i
imites, steak broiled i
thirty minutes, the fire en
And the fire i
hot in two
utes, bread linked i
Please call nnd examine it in operation at
Thomas H. EothwelPs Stove Store
Sole owner of the stove for the State.
T HE undersigned respectfully informs the cit
izens of Middletown anil vicinity that helms
opened a Store on Mam street, opposite the Pe
ninsular Machine Works,
found, at the lowest prices, and of the best qual
•here may always he
Hams, Pork, Lard,
DRIED IIEEF, MACKEREL AND HERRING,
COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR,
and a general variety of GROCERIES.
Drummond's Flour, meal and Feed, Watson's
Crackers, Confectionaries, Tobacco and Sugars.
d soda. Adams' extra early and
sugar corn for seed; white and yellow onion
sets, Landreth garden seed of all varieties. Ear
ly Rose, Early Goodrich, White Sprouts, Harri
sons and Peach Blow Potatoes. Foreign nnd
GREEN AND D1UED FRUITS,
Canned Fruit nnd Vegetables: Pickles, Green
Vegetables, Poultry, l'iggs, and numerous other
He will be happy to wait on his friends at all
times, and hopes they will give him a call.
He will also pay the highest cash prices for
Poultrv, Eggs, Dried Fruits, and all kinds of
Middletown, March 5—Cm
DE WITT C. WALKER,
l* T* * Ci ü N
Send for self-measurement circular.
J. P. DOUG 11 TEN,
may 28-tf 410 Market st. Wilmington, Del.
Peninsular Machine Works
H AVE bought out the Peninsular Machine
Works at Middletown. Mr. A. R. Penning
ton will take charge of the same and intends to
carry on the business in its various branches and
inviics his old friends und patrons to give him a
ISHOP'S ANIMAL POKE—a
call and *ce il at
304 W.M.KENMKD 306
CA.Iil J luT house.
304 & SOG
Is now jirepared to offer to Cash Duyi
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 Aiucricaa
Tapestry, Brussels, Three-Ply, Ingrain,
&c. Oil Cloths, all widths. Cocoa
and Cuuton Mattings, Rugs,
Matts. Window .Shades,
Fixtures, Stair Hods,.
Rc, & e. &.Q. Ac.
In the Wholesale Dépannent
Will be found all the best makes of Sheetiugf,.
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 ail kinds of goods for
Ladies', Men's k Boy's wear.
The Flannel Department
Variety, cannot be surpassed
Sheeting and Muslin Department
Is large and all kinds of the best goods will
be cut at very low prices».
The Hosiery and Glove Counter
Will he found full and completo at all Uraea*
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
Of all kinds at reasonable rates»
The Dress Goods Room
Is the pride of the House, special attention bein g:
paid to this department.
W, M. K. constantly ia the New York and!
Philadelphia markets, enables him to procure all
new aud desirable goods at the lowest rates,
he buys direct from the importer in large lots,
it is to his advantage to sell cheap, that good*
may be turned out Hist, thus keeping the stock
new aud lively all the time.
they will mit be disnpointed- either iu awortr
ment or prices.
All are invited to call, feeling
AY. M. KENNARD,
304 & 306 Market st.
Oct ?. 1809.— y
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