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PDDUSHKD EVERY SATl'RDAT,
BY CH AS. HAMILTON VANDEUFORD.
Terms. — $2.00 per annum, junjahle i
Single copies five cents.
Advertising Rates. —One sqhnrc of ten lines,
$1 for three insertions and 2
subsequent insertion. One square one year .'r' 1 o;
six months $0. For a quarter of a column three
months $8 ; six monhts $15 ; one year, with the
privilege of four changes, $25; for half a column
$50. Fractions of a square to he counted as a
square. When the number of insertions is not
marked, advertisements will he continued until
forbid, and charged accordingly. Obituaries
published at advertising rates; Marriages and
Deaths inserted free. Yearly advertisers must
confine their advertisements to their own business.
All letters should be addressed to The
Middletown Transcript, Middletown, Del.
Office corner Main and Scott streets.
iha net.
« iits for
"ich
DELAWARE ELECTION.
WILMINGTON—ASS ESSOR .
S. K. Cloud, D. W. T. Alrichs, It.
First Ward
Secoud Ward
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Fifth Ward
Sixth Ward
Seventh Ward
Eighth Waid
Ninth Ward
241
105
HI2
112
142
207
220
200
148
. ISO
130
80
69
84
IU)
Total
Whole vote, 2,7-1). Alriclts' majority,
. Four !>• ip.w. ntie and live Radical
Inspectors ole<*u-d.
1
1490
260.
NKW CAI'TL!'. CoU'.TY,
D II j H.M.ij
Brandywine
Christiaua I Id. North Dis.
" " South 4
Mill Creek Hundred,
New Castle Hundred,
Pencader Hundred,
Red Lion lid. Western Dis.
" " Eastern 4
St. George's Hundred,
White Clay Creek lid.
Wimington Hundred,
Appoquiiiimink Hundred,
4
00
120
18
15
20
•)<)
2C3
200
421
468
Republican majority, 44.
KENT COUNTY.
It is difficult to arrive at tho majority in
Kent, as in Duck Creek, Dover, Kenton,
Little Creek aud South Murderkill Hun
dreds. tho Radicals nominated no ticket,
and. tho Democrats hu 1 it all their 'own
way. In Mispillion, the Democratic ma
jority is 180. In Milford, Democratic
majority 20. In North Murderkill, Dem
ocratic majority 4. We understood tin
poll in Dover Hundred tobe 2Ô3; Ken
ton, 174; Duck Creek, 2ül. Ninety ne
groes voted at Gamden.
SUSSEX
COUNTY.
R'P
Georgetown,
Lewes & ltehobotb,
Cedar Crock,
llroadkiln,
North West Fork,
Seaford,
Nnnticokc,
Broad Creek,
Little Creek,
Baltimore,
Dagsborough,
Iudian River,
117
41
!«S
:t;s
43
28
41)
1,218
Democratic majority 1,109.
Tho Democratic majority in the State L
over 2,500, aud at tho November election
it wlil be over 3,000. The Fifteenth
Amendment wont do in Delaware. It is
heartily despised by many of the Repub
licans themselves, who unite with the De
mocrats in expressing their detestation of
it at the polls.
The Colored Voth on the Eastern
Shore.— Tho following colored vote of the
Eastern Shore has been registered, and
foots up about as follows :
Cecil,.
Kent,.
Queen Anne's.
Talbot,.
Caroline,.
Somerset, (estimated,).1,200
Dorchester, ....
Win.ini. ( estimât* î, ).1)00
Worct-tur. (< ■ - i 11 j :. t L' *1, ) .IH o
Total.
.922
.1,551
.1,594
.1,388
.788
.1, f>93
.10,0-10
The Hatred of R ; m.i* . — It hu 8
beeu already a luted that Liu: mi>siuu of M.
Thiers to the great powers of Europe has
failed to elicit tho sympathy oi aid of
Ilussia, Ungland or Austria. Tho gener
al view which they take of the situation
is that there is no government in France
which they can recognize. Seeing that
the provisional government is universally
acknowledged and obeyed throughout
France, it is difficult to see why it is not
a government; and hence tho conjecture
is s.t least a plausible one that the real ob
jection to the recognition is tlmt the new
government is republican. If this is the
true cause of the wonarchial ignoring of
the only supreme authority recognized in
France, it is a challenge to tho liberal and
progressive ideas of the nge which the
German people will one day take the lead
in answering
BUSINESS LOC ALS.
Call at T. II. Rotlnvell's store and examine the
^Revolving Light," the best stove in the market.
If you want to get a paper of good CHEWING
TOBACCO, in which there »re Silver Dimes and
Half Dimes packed, w hy ask for Cupid Chewing
Tobacco at HAYES' CIGAR STORE.
HOW T O GE T RICH.
A Sure Guide to Houest Wealth.
0 one in business or out but can, by a strict,
attention to rules laid out in this Book, be
come wealthy in a short time.
Agents will find this the best selling book in
the market. Single copies sent postpaid
geipt of ono dollar. Address
N
CHARLES M. JONES,
Wilmington, Del.
sept 24—ly
ST RAWBRIDGE & CLOTH 1ER
DRESS GOODS.
OCR SECOND OPENING OF
FOREIGN DRESS FABRICS
Embraces many new and seasonable goods
not yet exhibited by any other house.
rPHR \ FRY LOW PRICES we have been ask
* ir. g for earlier and present offerings (much
lower than last year, notwithsh
have induced large
ling the war)
d rapid sales.
Although
larger scale tin
• importations have been
i ever before, we already find
stock rapidly diminishing before the active de
mand thus early made upon it.
Among the almost endless variety of French,
German and British fabrics, we would mention
UNUSUALLY BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
TONGE POPLINS,
RICH CLOTH PLAIDS,
SATIN LAINE FOR SUITS,
SILK, WOOL, & CORDED POPLINS,
lu all the
ew shades,
d full lines of
LOW AND MEDIUM-PRICED
I) RIESS GOODS,
Adapted to ll
wants of Hie nm. l critical as well
>st eet
t!
c > 1 $ V?Uf
ii i> .U
b s vr
Mi IjKm*
iuci. c.
ii l a
fur two w
i withstand
ing the general advance.
Wc have since added to our slock
CHENEY BEOS.'
American Black Gros Grain at $1.00.
ipelitors
Same goods offered by
cry ch
at
Shawls and Suits.
We have greatly onbuvf d Vitr Shawl Department
ami added thereto
I toady jNEatle Suits
A N 1 »
WATERPROOF CLOAKS
We offer an immense
jsortment of
BiîOC'HE
.SINGLE AND DOUBLE.
Shawls,
Elan
(4
LET
fSHAWLS,
SIX (ILK AM) IJOUm.II.
And all the latc.-t styles of
FANCY
SHAWLS.
OUR .«FITS AM) CLOAKS
u building, under out
Will be
Hide
■A . I ! per v Isioti.
I-: ,
StrawBridge & Glotliier,
N. \V. CORNER
EIGHTH AM) MARKET STS.
IPliilctclolpliia, I?a.
Ot 1—if
ml» a a a.
r*OTE<LE8.
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING.
228 MAI'KKT STRUCT, 2ml Door liclow THIRD
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE].
rjHIE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
Ready Made Clothing in Delaware,
band, and will be sold
Make,
n Philadelphia Pi ices.
Our Own
at less tha
tade in Superior manner by
All
r Clothing is
PRACTICAL TAILORS.
Tilt I'm
Hi
Li »TH.-.,
CASSIMERES, and
VESTINGS,
lmnd for
Constantly
ORDER WORK,
which will he made in the
jJL-©*- LATEST STYLE AND BEST MANNER,
At No. 228 Market Street,
^39-The Oldest Established Clothing Empori
in Delaware.
Bklunrd Its00re
March 1C— y
1 1 ■ ■
iMKors Buchanan A 1>uwn of
Univrrflty, nr«* making wonderful euros
of Cancers, Tumours and Ulcers t»y their
discovery. A painloss treatment, no
knife, no pi as t ors, wo enustio burning.
Thomo«tr*»""""""lromi»rk
alife efloct I CAWCERS. I lf . **>*»
treatment iiwil K *t sepa
rates tho chemical elements of cancerous
growths, eo thaktlicyvlirlvol, die and dis
appear and will ip>t return. AH thoeo uf- Em
> d can call «ni thorrofessors Buchanan A Down,
Pro!
9
O
::
! I
diet
University: or ad «Irens, 79«*. 614 JMne Street, Philium.
uug 13—1 y
.yÿr* DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS and CA
TARRH treated with the utmost success, by J.
Isaacs. M. D. and Professor of Discuses of the
Et/e und Eur (his sjieciu/ity) in the Medical College
of Philut /j.hiu, 13 mars i-xjh rienee, (formerly u!
Leyden, Holland,) No. 805 Arch street, Phiia.
Testimonials can be seen at his office. The med
ical faculty are invited
tients, as iic has no secrets i
fificinl eyes inserted without pain. No charge
tor examination. npr 15—ly.
accompany their pu
bis practice. Ar
B
ISIIOP'S ANIMAL POKE—a new nrlide
1WAWS
call and see it at
No. 3 0. W. W. BAUD AIN. No. 3
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS,
No. 3, Middletown Hall.
\\ here lie offers to the trade a v
stock of choice and desirable
Dress Goods, White Goods, Flannels,
Prints, Domestics, Cottonndcs, Kentucky
Jeans, Ac. Ac.
He would Rsk the especial attention of the
• tlemen to bis stock of
CLOTHS, TRICOTS, DOESKINS,
ANI)
Fancy Cassimeres,
All grudes of which he has
cry attractive
gen
hand.
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS,
Groceries, Hardware, Qucenswarc, Cedarware,
Willow Ware, Stoneware, Earthenware,
Boots, Shoe.', lints, Oil Cloths,
Straw Mattings, Oil.
Window Shades.
SALT, OILS, GLASS, &C. AC.
#3**25 Well-Assorted Styles of Wall Paper.
MACKEREL, SHAD & HERRING,
Of all grades, constantly on hand.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
ttpr 1C— y
3 870.
. R. Stephens & Oo. 1870.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
Cl
I )
>- MW
Spring ad Summer Goods.
I I'AVING just returned from the city with
41. large and well-M lected stock offspring
Summer Goods, bought at the lowest cash prices
from first hands and
pared t » supply our friends and the public, with
all good* kept by ns, at ray reduced juices, fur
Cush or Count ri/ Produce.
Wo would call their attend
•tion, we are
• pre
to our
CHEAP 0AEPETS & MATTINGS,
from
it mel v
Stair, Cottage, Rag,
35, 40, 50, 75, $1.00.
Hemp, Ingrain, ice.—pri
MERRIMACK PRINTS, 12J to 13 Cls.
G,t " 10 44
OTHER MAKES
DELAINES, Prom
ALPACAS
WHITE SUGARS
15 44 25 41
30 44 75 44
14 44
12
A large stock of Gants Fine City-made Bools
d Gaiters.
Trunks and Carpetbags.
A fine
ssorlmcut of Men's und Bovs' Clothing,
HATS AND CAPS,
und all other Good
,'iullv kept i
a first-cla
tore,
AT YURY LOW l'lIICKSi:
Purchasers would do
veil to give us a call be
lore pitrehasing
>'i-i-- U»— U
1115 Hopkins' Pkilaclolpkia 1115
HOOP SKIRT MAUFACTORY,
No. 1115 Chestnut St. Girard Row,
For nur l y 626 Arch
Phik'd, !j,hia.
A comidete
meut of all the
ew Fall
" Hoop
liter with
.c of '•Keystone" S! iris, (second
quality.) and Iti 11 lines of good Eastern made
skirts, for sale, wholesale and
just reduced below those of any former season.
Our Champion Skirt ! more than sustai
reputation for superiority over all others, and
are now sold at such prices as will meet the views
respect.
» ! ! Î —Our assort
ment of Corsets contains over lot) kinds und pri
ces, and includes every desirable kind, such as
Thomson's Glove Fitting, J. Beckers, U. Wer
ly's. Madam Eo.v's, and Mrs. Moody's 44 Patent
Self-Adjusting Abdominal Supporting" Corsets
in all grades, together with Misses' and Chil
gnule of hand made Corset
is follows: —15
. 94c, $1, $1 11, $1 14, $1 Iff,
Shapes of our (V:
l "Clift
Skirt. 1 , i
their
of all, and are w
Corsets ! ('
CoG
»hen's, and ever)
ranging in prices
\ Gffc,
80c, 83c,
$1 25, Ac. up to
no
Punier Ba.-'.li
17 styles, from 35 cents up
■ nia nts in all kinds
Ladies' limb
to S3
and prices. Night Dresse
Hint's (In. -us, long and short, from
Gored Muslin Skills, 6 Tuck.
04c. ; 15 Tucks, $ l 32, Ac.
Skirts and Corsets
tered ui.d repaired, at manufactory and sales
rooms, 1115 Ciu tout .-t. Philadelphia.
Call
SI to Sff 2». In
15 to $13.
10 Tucks,
Ac. up to $10.
made
order, ol
• send for circulars.
WM.T. HOPKINS.
sept 24—3
T
■rViÊÜPj
Dobbins « ;
A
A Color mH llressin/5 that will not Earn
the Hair or Iojuro the Head.
It luakea Hair soft and fine, restoring
its natural color without dyeing, by
imparting a healthy aud vigorous
growth.
V
■-.
IT IS ALTOGETHER USURE AST OTHER.
J, B. Doddiks,
FREPARED ON
428 Norlli Eldim St,, FliiMa.
Price $1.00, largo bottles.
80LD EVERYWHERE.
None genuine without my signature,
and I put my name to no goods that
are not of surpassing excellence.
sept 24—Cm
A FIRST-GLASS BRICK YARD
For Sale,
I N New Castle, Pel. situated on tlie Del. K. R.
and Delaware River, with plenty of good day
and moulding santl in the yard. There is
ling which r
R. R. alongside of the kiln, where bricks can be
loaded without cost of cartage. Water has just
boen introduced into the tow n and the town bas
This is a good op
tlmt has a desire to go in
Add ress
JOHN GUGKR & SON,
New Castle, Del.
sid
from the main track of the Del.
good ProspctH of improving,
port unity for any
to the brick business.
st pi 24—Cm
FOR SALE.
I j LI Mb Hickory and Oak Eir -wood, well sea
I- soiled; delivered, or sold in the woods, as
may . e preferred. Apply to
aqd 24—W
m. R. ROTUWELL.
( \ RAND EXPOSITION
U FOR THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.
COMPLEMENTS OF MRS. M. A. BINDER.
No. 1101, N. W. corner Eleventh and Chestuut
streets, Philadelphia.
FASHIONS Füll THE FALL AND WINTER
Of 1870, Wholesale and Retail,
which Paris and the first manufafuctories supply.
Dresses, Mantles, Cloaks am* Costumes for La
dies and Children. A special department of
plain und elegantly trimmed patterns, of the lat
est Parisian and English styles, at $0 per dozen.
If you want a haudsouiely-litting, well-made
suit, at short notice, go to Mrs. Binder's for taste
ful trimmings And daiuty stitches. Mourning,
Travelling and Wedding outfits, Walking and
Fancy Costumes.
DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS , BUT
TONS, ORNAMENTS,
comprising the latest Paris novelties in black
and colored Fringes, Gimps, Ruches, Loops,
Flowers, Gloves, Bridal-Wreaths, Veils, Ribbons,
new shades in velvet, Satin and Tuff'clu Ribbons,
Sashes, Neckties.
MADE UP LACE GOODS— G HAND DU
CHESSE LACE FOll DRESS TRIMMING.
Pointe Applique, Valtnciennts, Hamburg Edg
iugs and insertions, Black Guipure and Thread
Laces, new in design and moderate in price.
CHOICE INDIAN ORNAMENTS.
F.
s, Fini-, Mets, Cushions, Mouchoirs, Ca
1 Fancy Goods, selected by Mrs. Binder at
Niagara.
Elegant lino of Whitby Jet Goods, in sets,
Breastpins, Ear-rings, Nei'klaees and Bracelets.
Splendid line of French Jet Good«, Coral and
French Gold Sets, Charms, Sleeve Buttons,
Chains, Ac. which for price or variety in style,
cannot be surpassed. Strangers visiting
cy are respectfully invited to examine
Pinking and Goffering. Cutting aud Fitting.
Also, a perfect system of Dress Cutting taught.
Patterns scut by mail or express to all parts of
MRS. M. A. BINDER'S,
N. W. Cor. Eleventh aud Chestnut Sts. Pliila.
sept 24—linos
a
thr Union.
A VALUABLE FARM
AT
PRIVATE SALE.
f IMfE heirs of the late Spencer P. Holten, offer
A at private sale, the farm whereon the kite
proprietor resided at the time of his den;.'
! ' '' is located about two miles from >i; ; -
dlotown, and contains 165 Acres more less, on:;,
about eight acres in timber. It is divided into
five fields, and has been limed and clovered, re
cently, and has about
800 Peach Trees, in full bearing
, AND
A THRIVING ADDLE ORCHARD
Of 45 Trees, in full bearing. The improvements
large three-story Frame Dwelling, contain
ing eleven largo rooms with the Kitchen. A
good pump of water at the door.
Stable and Carriage House. This Farm is most
enieutly located, and is productive of all
kinds of grain, fruit, Ac. and offers to capitalists
n rare chance for investment in this neighbor
hood. The terms will be made accommodating
to a responsible purchaser. Apply to
J. R. HOLTEN,
Ou the Premises.
good
sept 10—3ino3.
- - -— T — ...
Cancer 1 intitule, 1*31 Arch St.; Prof. Dalton, L« ...
■Ith St., Cincinnati, U., aud Dr. Greeno, at Charlotte,
inn futoniahiag
*>f all O \ A \ Ö \ b > * ,,ulr S 1 ** 1
CancurAntidutce w \ —» \ \ without the
caustic \ Vn \ ^ \ in \ mudioine,
and with hut little \ m \ k \ A \ pain. Every
aud llbro ia \ Ci \ \ ii \ killed and re
moved, if taken in \ —à \ O \ \ time and can
not return. liewnre \ Yi \ m* \ Ht \ ofbofruiPro
fotsort, with tlicir \ \ ** ',
mem?, atenling our \ ifi \ l/* - l/i
meut.4. No others
treatments. N
iiiirtieularn. sen
N.C.,
buKU* treat
advortiae
mo other Rlioutd
I for circular, call, or adit roas a* above.
bo used. For
NEW BAKERY,
b.v mnsmowx, sjeil.
.Vortli Ku&t Corner ol'I.ake anti Brontl Streets.
rjnuK
ridersignod wishes to inform his friends
und the public at large, that he has cotn
Busincss in all its depart
1 will keep constantly ou hand,
Bread, Cake3, Crackers, Pies, Candy,
And will supply Weddings, and Parties, with all
sorts of Cakes at short notice.
He lias engaged a first class Baker to attend to
the business.
He will also continue the Painting Business in
all its Branches.
March 6. 18G9—tf
mcnccd the Baki
meuts,
FRANCIS TA RON I.
1». QALLIGUER.
E. D. nilOWN.
)ROWN & G4UJR9SER,
y ( FORMERLY WITH (!. W. MIDDLETON. )
IMPORTERS OF
FINE BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, AC.
AND DEALERS IN
RYE, WHEAT, AND BOURBON WHISKEY,
No. 11 South 9111 Street, Philadelphia.
Jan 29— y
WEDDING RINGS.
No. r.j south eighth street,
PHILADELPHIA, PEN NSYLV ANI A.
March G —tf
FOR RENT
U NTIL the 25th of M.
the 111' OSE
h. next,
1 premises
•tipieil by the undersigned,
session given immediately.
■ i g
I'os- mgl
Sept
to JL P. HANSON.
•r
LOST,
LARGE BLUE .COW, wither
crumpled horns; about 7 years
A suitable reward will V»* TTy Ji
• her return, by the
JOHN FISHER,
Port Penn.
A
old.
given for information,
owner,
sept—l7-3t*
FOR SALE.
75,000
Very Large and Healthy Poach
Trees, embracing all the best ~
E. R. COCHRAN,
Middletown, Del.
N. B. Persons desirous of buying trees are in
vited to call and examine 1113' stock.
Delaware Gazette, Statesman, Smyrna Times,
Delawarean, Sussex Journal, and Kent News,
copy weekly, and send marked paper and bill to
advertiser.
rieties,
and old.
NOTICE.
H AVING purchased the exclusive right for
New Castle county 1o manufacture and sell
Smith's Patent Extension Step and Fruit Ladder,
we hereby for warn all persons from trespassing
upon our rights in said Ladder, ns we will en
force the law against any one so offending.
June 4—tf
J. B. FEN I.MORE & CO.
VICTOR GREEN,
Attorney at Law,
Offich Adjoining Hin Rfsidencb, N. Broad St
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE,
July 2— y
1 ^0R SALE.—5000 Prime Chestnut Rails, at
the mouth of Bohemia River, opposite Town
Point. Apply to Jas. W. VEAZEY,
apr 30—tf NW Cecilton, Cecil co. Md.
304 W. M. KENNARD 30G
TIIE CASH
DRY GOODS
AND
CARPET HOUSE.
OF
DELAWARE.
304: & SOG
MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON,
prepared to offer to Cash Buyers one of
the best selected, greatest variety, and
largest assortment of goods ever
offered in this Stale.
Is
THE CARPET ROOM
Having been enlarged, is filled with a fine variety
of the best ntukes 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,
Ac, Ac. Aq. Ac.
In the Wholesale Deparment
Will be found all tho best makes of .Shootings,
Shirtings, Ac. all of which will he sold at
New York Wholesale Prices.
The Cloth and Cassimore Department
Is one of the most extensivein the establishment,
comprising all kinds of goods for
Ladies', Men's A Boy's wear.
The Flannel Department
pB* For Yuristjr, cannot bo a«rpuse4
TUB RETAIL
Sheeting and Muslin Department
Is large and all kinds of tho best goods will
be cut at very low prices.
Tho Hosiery and Glove Counter
Will be found full and complete at all times.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear
Of all kinds at reasonable rate*.
The Dress Goods Room
Is tho pride of the House, special attention b#ing
paid to this department.
nd i
istnntly in the New York
delpbia markets, enables him to proem.-» t, 11
new and desirable goods at the lowest rate«, 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
aud lively ail the time.
invited to call, feeling assured that
they will not be disappointed either in assort
ment or prices.
W. M. K.
Phi
All
W. M. KENNARD,
304 & 306 Market st.
ABOVE THIRD,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE.
Qd. 9, 1868.— y
A LIST OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
In Delaware and Maryland
NOW OFFERED FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. INGRAM & CO.
IHIOKEKS
And item Estate Agents,
Mi. :dlotown, Delaware.
I
1 ANDS in Delaware and the Eastern Shore of
 Maryland are generally level, easily cultiva
ted, naturally rich and susceptible of the highest
improvement, and easily restored when reduced
by hard tilling. The farms we offer have a fair
proportion of timber and wood, and lying be
tween the two large bodies of water, (the Dela
ware and Chesapeake bays and their tributaries)
arc well watered and thoroughly drained. The
climate from its location is very healthy, mild
und salubrious, und this consideration ulouu is
; inducement to many northern farmers, to es
cape the rigorous winters, so destructive to health
and their stock. These lauds have also the very
great advantage in the fact that they produce
abundantly nil kinds of grain, fruit and vegeta
bles, which can be shipped by railroads, in well
ventilated market ears, or by commodious steam
ers, at low rates of freight, and in sufficient!v
short time to reach Philadelphia and New York
markets to enable them to compete with hauls
near those markets.
No. 1.
Farm of 250 acres ; improved land and new
buildings. In Kent county, MU. Price $10,000
—terms easy.
No. 4.
Farm of 180J acres, .
Good buildings. Price
Middletown (l mile.)
,000—terms easy.
No. 5.
Valuable Grist Mill, 3 miles from Middletown
in good order.
No. 7.
A splendid site, with suitable buildings, for a
Peach Canning Establishment, in Middletown, a
short square from depot. Prico $2,500—terms
easy.
No. 8.
\ tu.ud farm
>r
•es ol 1.'nd. situated i
J miles fir
Eaton.
the D« v. .uviLK. U
$6,000.
No. in.
A first class farm, with elegant buildings, in
Cecil county, Md. 1 mile from Cceilton, upon the
landings
stage road, 2 miles fr
fras river. Excellent peach orchards. 245
Price $130 per acre.
the S;
No. 11.
A valuable farm upon Appoquinimiuk creek,
3 miles from Odessa, New Castle county, Del.
containing 192 acres of kind laud. Price $.-0
per acre.
No. 12.
A very desirable/arm in Kent county, Md. <
the line of Kent Co. R. R. containing 325 aci
of splendid land. Brick dwelling and out-build
ings—all good. Price $160 per acre, upon very
easy terms.
No. 13.
A tract of land in New Castle county. Dela
ware, containing 523 acres, now divided into 3
farms, with good buildings. Will be sold to
gether or separate to suit purchasers. Land
good; 2 miles from Blackbird Statioif on the
Del. Railroad, and 1 mile from landing on creek.
Price $5u per acre.
No. 14.
A valuable farm upon Del. Railroad, i
Castle county, of 177 acres. Buildings no
Price $9,000, onc-bulf cash.
No. 15.
Now
One of the most valuable farms in New Castle
county, situated near McDonough, Del. contain
ing 245 acres of highly improved land, under
excellent leuco, and splendid buildings. 5,000
pencil trees. Will he sold to a reliable purchaser
upon easy terms. We consider it one of the fin
est opportunities for an investment now offered.
Price $102^ per acre.
No. 17.
A fine farm in New Castle countv, lj miles
from McDonough, and 1 mile from Delaware ri
ver. 135 acres of splendid iand. Convenient to
churches, schools, steamboats und cars. Price
$9,000.
No. 18.
100 acres of good, improved land, miles
from Mt. Pleasant Station, Delaware Railroad,
New Castle county, with good buildings. Can
he bought upon reasonable terms.
$ 10 , 000 .
No. 10.
A desirable farm in New Castle county, 1.1
miles from Blackbird, and 1 mile from lauding
upon creek, of 200 acres, with good buildings
aud feuees.
Price $65 pe
acre.
No. 20.
150 acres of good land, adjoining Fieldsbor
ough, New Castle county, Delaware, lias 4,000
peuch trees. Price $75 per acre.
No. 22
I acres, situated
mile from Chesapeake City, Cecil county, Md.
Good building und fences and splendid location.
Price $75 per acre.
An excellent farm of
No. 23.
A splendid farm in Cecil und New Castle coun
ties, $ mile from Pivot Bridge, upon the Dela
ware and Chesapeake canal. A splendid loca
tion and combining every advantage of market
by rail aud water. Contains 198 acres of first
rate land, in a high state of cultivation. Price
$125 per acre—terms easy.
No. 21.
An elegant farm upon the 44 Delaware Levels"
under pood fence aud hedges. Splendid man
sion and out buildings. Very desirable, con
tains 197 acres. Price $20,000—terms easy.
No. 25.
A nice little farm, with pood buildings, con
taining 132 acres, lj miles from Vandyke Sta
tion, on the Delaware Railroad.
No. 20.
Price $1,500.
•. < ■ desirable* firm with commodious lmild
y u ! i-t o' Middletown, with a fine
timing, contain
lull *'IV'.; :.L
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No. 27.
An elegant manor farm, about 3 miles from
Middletown, aud 1 mile from railroad station.
Excellent water; beautiful location; splendid
mansion, modern style; and good out buildings.
A rare opportunity to secure a desirable home.
Contains 250 acres. Price $200 per acre.
No. 28.
A house and lot upon High street, Odessa. A
desirable site—good dwelling. Stable
ringe house, with excellent water, and a choice
variety of fruits. Price $3,500.
No. 29.
A good farm containing 280 acres situate two
miles from Blackbird, Del. Good buildings. 2
landings on the property. Has 3,000 corcls of
wood within I mile of landing.
» No. 30.
A fine farm ] mile from McDonough, Del. con
taining 150 acres of excellent land, with a good
peach orchard and good buildings and fences.
Price $150 per acre.
äug 13—2m
1 Cl
FOE SALE.
NE Yoke of Elira WORK CATTLE;
dium size; good form ; well matched i
lor and iu disposition, and well known ns supe
rior in every respect. Also, one CART, in good
order.
ang 13—tf
O
W. GREEN.
30,000 Peach Trees*"
I 7W1R SALE, comprising all
. usual varieties grown in
ware.
sept 10—3mcs.*
mm
the
Dda
SEWELL C. BIGGS.
NEW STOVE, TIN,
AND
HOUSE-FURNISHING STORE.
THOMAS Cl. ROTÜWRW»
NEW BUILDING,
North Side ef .Main Slreet.-l UuHillnga West
of Town Hal!,
Middletown, Delaware.
stantly on hand, and is pre
pared to manufacture
Where he has
ALL KINDS OF TIN WARE,
At Short Notice.
Particular attention paid to
ROOFING AND SPOUTING.
Orders respectfully solicited a
«led to.
«1 promptly at ten
COOK STOVES.
STAR, COTTAGE, NATIONAL,
CHARM, PRIZE, & VICTOR COOK.
PARLOR STOVES.
ROQUET RASE, GAS, BURNING
BASE, DIAL, VIOLET, REVERE, UNION AIR
TIGHT.
Stoves suitable for stores, offices, hotels, and
school houses.
Orders will be received and promptly filled for
any kind of Stove that may be ordered.
GALVANIZED, RUSSIA, AND SHEET IRON,
ZINC,
COAL IIODS, SKIVES,
POKERS, SHOVELS,
TEA KETTLES, BAKE PANS, WAFFLE IRONS
SAD IRONS, BRASS & ENAMELLED
I 'UESKlt VI NO K KTTLKS,
ENAMELLED SAUCE PANS ,
TEA BELLS, JAI'ANNKD CHAMBER BUCKETS,
SPITTOONS. WAITERS, LANTERNS,
FLOUR AND PEPPER BOXES,
SAND CUPS , MATCH SAFES (Cast Iron,)
MOLASSES CUPS,
V 13 AC 21 C A A S,
( Soldered und Self-Sealing)
PATENT CLOTHES FRAMES, &e. &c. &c.
. moderate prices,
determination to
•xpt •■ted by those who
tpt attention to bust
competent work
Pr
:
liU-iise,
ay at all litm > be
favor him with their
m:
THE VAP0E COOKING STOVE.
No Wood, no Coul, no Stove Pipe, no
Wood Boxes , no
Cool Scuttle , no Kindling Wood ,
Ashes, no Dirt,
But a Friction Matoli,
And the fire in full b! :-t in half a minute, oven
hot in two minou-'. .Nuuk broiled in seven min
utes, bread baked in thirty minutes, tho lire en
tinguished in u moment.
Please call and examine it in operation at
Thomas H. EotlrwelPs Stovo Store
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
.Solo owner of the stove for the State.
Fch. Iff— y
TO TIIE PUBLIC.
fîMiïï subscriber would call the attention of
JL the public to his
Large and Well-Selected Stock of
GOODS,
Couaistiug in part of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, GROCERIES, E00TS
Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
1 and Willow Ware, Earthen
Queeuswi
, W
md Stone Ware.
FISH, MEATS, &c.
And everything usually kept in a
FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE
1
All of which have bcci
selected with
vill be
SOLD AT PRICES
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TIMES.
call hi fore purchasing elsewhere».
Give us
NO CHARGE
FOR SHOWING GOODS.
Clini-lcs Tatman., Jr.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
npr. ff—tf
DELAWARE MUTUAL
lifi: rxsniAME company
OF WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
M. M. Child, Sec
John P. McLca
-, Pres.
BRANCH OFFICE:
N, W, cor. Ninth & Chestnut Streets
PHILADELPHIA.
(ÏKo. W. Sr- Nr. Vice President, Manager.
Geo. V. TrnxEit, Gcn'l Agent 'c Attorney.
Purely !r3utiun!"-î!.cm' Raîcs.
LL Policies Nonforfeitip after One Annual
modatiou consist
Policv Holders.
A
Payment.
cut with safety guaranteed
Books containing full information concerning
1 rules of the Company sent free up-*
on application to the Branch Office.
Agents Wcr>t<d threu-di-mt the Stuf -a ef Pennsytvo
r ■ ■ ' .*> ■ ' ■
the plans
RF.n:uF.Ncr.s (by permission)—Hon. E. W. Gil
pin, Chief Justice 8late of Del.•.ware ; Hon. Thus.
F. Bayard, V. fci. Senator from Delaware; Rt.
Rev. Alfred Lee, Bishoj) ol D< 'aware; Gen. Hen
ry du Pout, Powder .Vauufieturcr; Hon. Gove
Saulsbury, Gov. State of Del. the Presidents of
nil the Bank- in tho city «a Wilmington; llo«. J.
J. Valentine, Mayor of Wilmington.
June 4—ly.
To tho Public.
CTM1E undersigned respectfully informs the cit
A izt»ns of Middletown and viclni
ty that he is prepared with excellent
Horses, Wagons and Carts to do all
kinds of hauling at moderate rates. Proprietors
of hotels aud housekeepers will find it to their
advantage to give him ft call. Coal and lumber
hauled at shortest notice. Orders for baggage
or other parcels, left at the Post Office, will re
ceive prompt attention.
N. B.—75 Tons of good BUILDING SAND for
WM. W. WILSON.
pule.
July 2—tf

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