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Senator Schurz, of Missouri, favors the
eleotion of Brown, for Governor, instead ofMoClurg. The first is a Conservative Republican, tho latter a bigoted Radical. General Grant is the friend of McClurg, and all tho Senator's friends aro to bo removed from office in Missouri. This will make the contest extremely bitter, and assure the defeat of McClurg by a heavy majority. The President is inter fering in the contest in an open manner, and using all tho power of his administra tion for partisan purposes. This is tho Radical idea of a Republican form of gov ernment. The American Colonization Society is miking arrangements to dispatch the Gol oondafor Liberia, with about two hundred and fifty emigrants,on the first of Novem ber next She will sail from Baltimore with cabin passengers on tho first of No vember, and will stop in Hampton Roads to take the emigrants aboard. The emi grants aro mostly coming from North Corolina BUSINESS I.OUAI.S. If you want to get a good CIGAR Go to HAYES'. Great reduction in price of Flour, At IiRADLF,Y'S. Go to Naudain's store And examine his Urge stock of Fall and Winter Goods. Wm. M. Kcnnard. 30G Market street, Wil mington, Del. has just opened a large stock of new fall and winter goods, embracing silks, al pacAS, cloths, cassimcrs, carpets, and everything to be found in a first class store. Kennard is one of our most enterprising business men, and de serves the large success which he has achieved. Don't fail to go to Kcnnard's, for he is offering the highest inducements to purchasers. Thomas B. Hurn, is making extensive prepar ation for making up Fashionable Garments for Fall and Winter use. He has procured a supe rior workman from the extensive and well known establishment of Rockhill & Wilson, Philadel phia, and is prepared to give the fullest satisfac tion to his customers. For a ucat and Usty coat, vest or pants call on Hurn. Our modern course of living begets a'condition of the body that requires occasional relief. The 'system becomes enfeebled, deranged, clogged, and labors in its task. The mind sympathizes with it and both sink, or are depressed together. To restore the vital energies, purge the system— cleanse the blood—take Ayer's Pills.—Glasgow <(Ky.) Free Press. Prof. Soracco, of Baltimore, will be here _ 'Wednesday evening next, to mukc arrangements for opening a dancing school. All who have (handed in their names, and all others who wish to join are requested to meet at Mr. Ortlip's Ho tel at 7} o'clock. DIED. On tho evening of the 10th inst. at the resi dence of his Parents, near Odessa, Zulie D. only Son of Wm. D. and Josephine Athcrley, and Grandson of John and Cordelia Vasey, of this town, aged 1 year 10 months, and 10 days. OUR ZULIE HAS GONE HOME. This lovely bud so young and fair, Called hence by early doom, Just came to show how sweet a flower In Paradise could bloom. A tear within a father's eye, A mother's sobbing heart, Can only tell in ugony How hard it is to part. A light is from household gone, A voie« we loved is stilled ; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. We lay thee in the silent tomb, 8weet blossom of a day ; We just began to view thy bloom, When thou wert called away. C. A.V. SOMETHING NEW. A great Boot and Shoe and Hat Store, in SMYRNA, KNOWN AS THB BEE HIVE, Where a full line of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises 7 hand. 1 would call the I havo d Shoes ev are kept constantly Attention of the public to my uew store. Just opened the largest stock Boots er opened by any dealer on this n stock embraces Mens Heavy Kip .and twentv inch legs, doubla sole and double ,upper, ana tap sole, warranted to turn water. Mens Fine French Calf, Double Upper and Sides Lined Boots, CUSTOM MADE, And warranted as good as can be made in a shop, at three dollars less on the pair. Ladies', Misses', and Chil dren's Shoes, peninsula. My Boots, eighteen IN LARGE VARIETIES, HEAVY, MEDIUM, AND FINE. I make a speciality dren'8 fine wear. Y< ing styles. All the leading styles of of Ladies', Misses' and Chil rill always find the lead Men's, Youth's, and Boy's Hats, fitylisb, Flail], aud Staple. Also, the Fall Style OF GENTS FUR HATS. I*adle«*» Miiics'i and Children*« Fan, A Choice lot of Trunks and Valises. These goods are all bought frrora first hands, for Cash, and will be sold only for Cash, hooks. Do not forget the name, tho J. IT. PRIMROSE, Cowraerco St, below Market, Smyrna, Del, p. S.—I think it would bo well for persons in and around Middletown, to come to Smyrua and purchase their Boots, Shoes, Hats, aud Furs at the Bee Hive, ns I am determined to make it to your advantage. Don't forget this. J. II. P. sept 24—3mos HIVE. JJ TIIB MARKETS, MIDDLETOWN MARKET. CORRECTS!) WEEKLY BY A. T. BRADLEY. 1 00©1 20 .. 82 Wheat, .Corn, yellow, ii white 82 pats, now. Timothy Seed Clover Seed.. g«« 8 . Butter. ■10 6 25 9 00 . » .25 cts tp doz .35®40 cts. $ lb . 20^21 " " 00®1 25 ^ bushel. Lard. Potatoes .$1 PHILADELI'iilA. Prime new red wheat.. Corn, yellow. » . Oats (Pennsylvania)... Cloverseed. Timothy..,... . . $1 30© 1 40 .85@87 . $8 00 .$6 00 ; - I the fhanco-phussiasi WAK. Tho coodition of affairs in and around Paris is daily becoming more interesting and critical. Tho Prussians arc closing iu upon tho city by slow but regular ap proaches. Hitherto, ordinary g have been used upon the French forts and defenses. Hut during this week heavy siege pieces will be mouuted, and then the lire will only uns open m earnest. It is said by military men that no works constructed of stone can stand against Krupp non at tho rango at which the Prussians, owing to their reecut advances, can place them. The accuracy of this judgement will be tested in a short time, of Paris aro not wholly of stone however. They are supported by earth iu many places, and the resistance of this class of defenses was sufficiently demonstrated at Sevastopol. Rumor fixes the beginning of tho bombardment of Paris in the early part of the coming week. This will be prececdod by a formal demand for render of tho place. This will be refused, and then tho iron rain will commence to fall. e ä can The works ■ I Mir For the defense of Paris there arc gathered within its walls 350,000 Nation al Guards—50,000 regulars of the line and 200,000 Garde Mobile. These regi ments and battalions are drilled iuccssant ly, and havo reached a high state ST dis cipline. Tho guns of tho. various forts aro manned by experienced gunners taken from the fleet, and the guns will ho used with skill and effect on the Prussian forts and batteries. Thirty-eight Hundred French guns aro ready to defend Paris, and they will form a cordon of fire, death aud destruction not easily encountered or pierced. The artillery duel will be fright ful, aud no assault can be thought of by the Prussians until most of the leading French forts are rendered useless. The wholo German forces now occupying the lines before Paris consist of seven army corps numbering two hundred and eighty thousand mon, besides oaralry, which will probably bring the total up to throe hun dred and thirty thousand or three hundred and forty thousand men, and the result of their operations thus far in front of the city is summarized iu a special dispatch from Versailles, which announces there has been no important progress made iu the siege up to tho 1st of October, aud it is evident that the French in Paris have fully availed themselves of tho long delay in the German advance upon tho capital. While Paris is thus preparing for tho bloody contest, tho French people in all parts of the Republie aro rushing to arms in order to expel the invaders. Volun teers are gathering under the lead of brave, bold men, aud riflemen harrass the Prussians in all quarters. Officers are poked off, scouting parties captured or decimated, convoys of provisions taken or destroyed, and the movements of the ene my seriously interfered with. At Now Breicach the French troops fought fierce ly, aud there havo been hot contests at Pithiviers, near St. Reniy, and at other points. Tho rails of tho Strasbourg road havo been moved, in order to delay Prus sian supplies, and two armies of more than a hundred thousand Frenchmen each are forming in tho rear and on tho flanks of tho force investing Paris. There are in dications of a reaction among tho French people. They have rccovcrod from the stuuuiug blows received at Woovtb and Sedan, and aro preparing for hard, des perate fighting. Tlio elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Nebraska have been carried by the Radicals by reduced majorities. Their success is mainly due to the addititions to tbier party from the enfranchisement of negroes, and the exclusion of white voters by means of unfair and unconstitutional registration and naturalization lawe, to whioh the interference of U. S. marshals and soldiers may be added. They have not, howover, with all these aids, been able to hold their own. The Democrats have gained four Congressmen in Pcnsylvania, and several more in the other States, they have also elected the entire Stato ticket in Indiana by 2,000 majority. A numbor of negroes from Baltimore arrested in Phiîadelphia night week, confessed that they had been brought on there by the "honest" Radi cals to be used as repeaters at the election. They all had been furnished with tax re ceipts signed by a man named Tatcm. Thursday on Death of Gen. Robert E.Lee.—G en. Itobort E. Leo breathed his last at Ü.30 o'clock on Wednesday morning, of conges tion of the braiu, at Loxingtou, Va. aged 63 years, 8 months and 23 days. SPECIAL IOT1CES. FINE READY MADE CLOTHING. 228 MARKET STREET, 2nd Door below THIRD WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. I1E LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF T Ready Made Clothing in Delaware, hand, and will he sold Our Own Make, now at less than Philadelphia Prices. All our Clothing is made in Superior manner by PRACTICAL TAILORS. The Proprietor having an experience of over thirty years in this Business, will guarantee satis faction to uuy purchaser. A full line of FINE CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, and VESTINGS, Constantly on hand for ORDER WORK, which will he made in the LATEST STYLE AND BEST MANNER, At No. 228 Market. Street, 'The Oldest Established Clothing Emporium in Delaware. Mure ii 10—jr Edward Moore STRAWJi RIDGE & CLOTHIER DRESS GOODS. OU« SECOND OPENING OF FOREIGN DRESS FABRICS Embraces many now and seasonable goods not yet exhibited by any other liouso. T HE VERY LOW PRICES we have been ask ing for earlier and present offerings (much lower than last year, notwithstanding tho war) have induced large and rapid sale*. Although our importations bave been on a larger seule than ever before, we already find our stock rapidly diminishing before the active de mand thud early made upon it. Among the almost endless variety of French, German and British fabrics, wo would mention UNUSUALLY BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF TONGE POPLINS, RICH CLOTH PLAIDS, SATIN LAINE FOR SUITS, SILK, WOOL, & CORDED POPLINS, In all the now shades, and full lines of LOW AND MEDIUM-PRICED DRESS GOODS, Adapted to the wants of the most critical as well as the most cconomicul buyer. BLACK SILKS. In our advertisement of Black Silks some time since, we gave a list of very low prices at which prices shall contiuuo to sell them for two weeks longer, notwithstand ing the general advance. Wo have sinco added to ourj stock CHENEY BROS.' American Black Gros Grain at $1.90. Same goods offered by our competitors as very cheap ut $2. Shawls and Suits. We have greatly enlargcd*our Shawl Department aud added thereto ♦ Ready-jSFado Suits AND WATERPROOF CLOAKS We offer an immenso assortment of Broche Shawls, SINGLE AND DOUBLE. Blanket Shawls, SINGLE AND DOUBLE. And all the latest styles of FANCY SHAWLS. OUR SUITS AND CLOAKS Will be made up iu our own building, under our personal supervision. Strawbridge & Clothier, N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET STS. 3r*liiladolpliia, 3?a. Oct 1—tf Notice! ! T HE MERCHANTS of MiMUcown, in giving their sanction to a petition gotten up by their clerks, have signed the following AGREEMENT. dersigned, Merchants of Middletown, do ■spective places of bu all cveuings, Saturdays The hereby agree to eloso siness at 8 o'clock, excepted, beginning with the Tenth day of Oct 9 - 1 to continue until the First day of her , 1870, May, 1871. Signed J. A. Reynolds a Sous,|Chns. Tatraan, Jr. W. II. Moore A. Co. G. W. W. Naudain, oct. 8—2w 8am'1 R. Stephens & Co. FOTl SALE. O NE Yoke of Extra WORK CATTLE; me dium size ; good form ; well matched in co lor aud in disposition, and well known as snpe Also, one CART, in good W. GREEN. lior iu every respect. order. aug 13—tf 30,000 Peach Treesj^^ I ^OR SALEj comprising all tho fijyPÈw usual varieties growu in Pela- Jp** SEWELL C. BIGGS. rare. sopt 10—3mos.* GIBSON'S PRICE CURRENT. 20cla. Lard 20. Hogs Esrs Butler Chickens, dressed 14. Ducks Turkeys IGcts. 11 . Hogs, alive Potatoes, round 35. Feathers Iloney 10 . 14. 16. «V.. Geese 12 . 20 . ill be paid in cash for pro wish to The above prie duce delivered in good order ; and say that we keep constantly on hand a good as sortment of Groceries and Provisions which we will sell reasonably for cash, at the Cor Broad and Anderson Streets, Middletow n, Del. March 20—tf of Wm. Z. GIBSON. f Buobana*! A Dow« or tho Amorlcnn Univorslty, aro making wonderftil of Cancors, Tumours and Ulcéra bj their diacoTory. A painleas treatment, no knife, • no plaator*, no cauatio burning. Tho moat romark obio cffoct I C AUGERS. |>r !■ treatment in, it aepa ratea the Ctionrical démonta of cancerous growths, so tha« thojAehrlvol, dio aud dia and will not return. All those af 011 thePtofonaors Buchanan A Down, University t or a»tdreaa,'No. 614 Pine Street, Phllada. 3 XI «1 11 aug 13—ly rVm- DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS and CA TARRH treated with the utmost success, by J. Isaacs. M. D. and Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear ( his speciality) in the Medical Gulleys of Philadelphia, 13 years experience, (formerly Izeyden, Holland,) No. 805 Arch street, Phila. Testimonials can he seeu at his office. The med ical faculty are invited to accompany their pa tients, us lie has no secrets in his practice. Ar tificial eyes Inserted without pain. No charge apr 15—ly. tor examination. B ISHOP'S ANIMAL P0KS— a new »Miel* cull »n<J sw I« at WANS Executor's Sale. B Y virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of tho State of Doluwarc, in and for New Castle county, will bo exposed to sale at Public Auction, on THURSDAY, Tho 3rd Day of November, 1870, A 1 o'clock, p. m. at tho Hotel of George W. Ortlip, in Middletown, the following described Lands and Tenements, being the Real Estate of the late Samuel W. Roberts, deceased, the same being ordered to bo sold for tho payment of his debts, to wit : All that certain tract, piece or parcel of land situate iu New Castle county, State of Delaware, oue mile from Middletown, adjoin ing lauds of Nuhomiah Burris aud Alfred G. Nowlaud, and binding upon the public road leading from Middletown to Summit Bridge, and on tho east side of said road, the mutes und bounds of which are us follows : Beginning at the brauch on said public road, a corner for the land of Robert T. Cochran, thence with said road, north, 9\° west, 15 per ches ; thence with said road, north, 7° cast, 291 perches, to a stone, a corner for the land of Al fred G. Nowlaud ; thence with the line of the said Alfred G. Nowland, south, 57° east, 135 G-10 perches, to a stone, a corner for the laud of Nchemiah Burris; theuee with the line of the said Nehemiah Burris, south, 30j° west, 245 perches, to the branch ; thence south, 15° cast, 10 4-10 perches, to the lino of the land of the Forest Church cemetery ; thence with said lino of the Forest ('Lurch cemetery, south, G8° —''"' t 27 perches, thence to the place of Begiuniug, containing within said metes aud bounds 117 Acres & 40 Square Per. Of Lund bo the same more or less. To be sold free and clear of Dower. Attendance will be given and terms of sale made kno by the Executor, Henry Davis, or by George Guay, Esq. his Attorney. By order of tho Court, BENJ. R. USTICK, XJlcrk of Orpin OCt 1—ts Court. BOOK, STATIONERY, AND VARIETY STORE. S CHOOL BOOKS and Miscellaneous Works, Bibles, Prayer Books and Hymn Books, Blank Books, in various styles and binding; Tuck, Memorandum and Pass Books. STATIONERY. Writing, Letter, aud Note Paper, Envelopes, in varie*" • Mourning Paper id Envelopes to match. FANCY ARTICLES. Photograph Albums, ork Boxes, Fancy Boxes, filing Desks, Ladies' Satchels, Pocket Books, Port Folios, Purses. Port Monaies, Segar Cases, Picture Frames, Tassel und Cords, Looking Glasses, BACK GAMMON BOARDS, CHESS AND C UECKER MEN, G AMES of all KINDS. Rubber Pencils and Penholders, Writing Fluid and Ink Stands, Pocket Cutlery, Roger's Scissors, ac. Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Breast Pina, Finger Rings, Spectacles, Violin Strings, Combs, Brushes, Nail and Tooth B slics, Gum Bands, Watch Keys, Key Kiugs, ami Puff Boxes. A fine assortment of Colgate & Co's. Soap PHALON'S N1GI1T BLOOMING CEREUS, Wright's and Taylor's Superior Extracts, Pomades, Hair Oils, And Dental Soap of tho First Quality. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Neck Tics of various styles, Bismarck Collars, Gloves, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Culls, Wristlets. - Segars, Tobacco Pipes, Meerschaums, and To bacco Pouches. Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Wicks and Coal Oil. NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. New York Ledger, Harper's Weekly, Bazaar and Magazine, Frank Leslie, Chimney Corner, Weekly, Girls and Boys Weekly, Gleason's Literary Companion, &e. Godev's Peterson's, Atlantic, Arthur's, Gal axy and ilm'e Demorcst's Magazines. D. L. DUNNING, No. 2 Town Hall. Middletown, Del Jan. 30—ly Kent County Rail Road. UPHE Kent County Rail Road being completed X to Kvnncdyville. trains will run daily, (Sun days excepted,) for Height and passengers, be tween Kennedy ville ami Townsend, where close connection will be made with trains of the Dela ware R. R. commencing ou MONDAY, MA Y 2d, 1870, And will run us follows until further notice: GOING WEST. GOING EAST. A. M.jLKAYE 7 001 Townsend 7 10 VumlyKo's 7 25 j Morris' 7 50 Massey's 8 00 Lainbson's 8 151 Black's A. M. 11 40 11 55 12 05 32 25 12 40 12 40 ?dy ville, Kc Black's Lniubson' r. u. Massey's Morris' Vandyke's AHIUVD ARRIVH 8 30,Kcnnedyvillo Passengers from Kennedyville, and all stations on the Kent County Rail Rond, will reach Wil mington at 10.15, a. m. Philadelphia at 11.45, a m. and Raltiinore nt 1.05, i\ m. Passengers for tlio Kent County Railroad, will leave Baltimore (President Street Depot) at 7.25, a. m. Philadelphia (Depot corner Broad st. and Washington Avenue) ut 8.30, a. M. and Wil mington at 10.10, a. m. A Stage will run between Chestertown and Kennedyville, making close connections with trains East aud West. It will leave Chestertown at 5.30, a. m. aud returning, leave Kennedyville arrival of train, and reach Chestertown about J. B. WINGATE, Chief Eng'r aad Sup't. Townsend 1 00 2.30, p. M. apr 30—tf PEACH TREES. LARGE stock of Healthy Peach Trees of tho best market varieties. Also a general Nur sery stock of Fkuit& Oknamental Treks, Vines, &o. Address THOMAS J. PULLEN, Successor to Isaac Pullen, Higlitstown, N.J. References: John P. Cochran, Wm. R. Cochran, sept 3—2 in os* A To the Public. T ÜE undersigned respectfully informs the cit izens of Middletown and vicini ty that he is prepared with excellent Horses, Wagons and CartR to do all kinds of hauling at moderate rates. Proprietors of hotels and housekeepers will find it to their advantage to give him a 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. 6alc. July 2—tf Ramsdell Norway Oats, Or Superiob Quality. Y IELD One-Third more than common varie ties. Ripen two or throe days later ; stiff straw— color gray. Price, $2 per bushel, dçred this fall. Samples may he seen at the Post Office. D. R. HIGGINS. I kD<moufh, Del. 20 or more, $n, if or oct rt—4t Dobbins Vegetable' Int3 A Color and Drossing that will not Born tha Hair or Injure the Head. It makes Hair soft and fine, restoring its natural color without dyeing, by imparting a healthy and vigorous growth. IT 13 ALTOGETHER MIKE AM OTHER. rur AM» OKLT »T J. B. DoMin, l, l Price 91.00, large bottle«. SOLD EVERYWHERE. None gonuino without my signature, and I put my namo to no goods that aro not of surpassing excellence. « sept 24—Cm No. 3 G. W. W. NAUDAIN. No. 3 DEALER IN* DRY GOODS, No. 3, Middletown Hall. Whore ho offurs to the trade u very attractive stock of choice and desirable Dress Goods, White Goods, Flannels, Priuts, Domestics, Cottonudcs, Kentucky Juaus, Ac. Ac. He would ask tho especial attentiou of the gen tlemen to his slock of CLOTHS, TRICUTS, DOESKINS, AND Fancy Cassimeres, All grades of which ho has baud. HOSIERY AND NOTIONS, Groceries, Hardware, Quecnaware, Cedarwure, Willow Ware, Stoneware, Eurthenwure, Boots, Shoc-3, Huts, Oil Cloths, Straw Mattiugs, Oil Window Shades. SALT, OILS, GLASS, AC. AC. Well-Assorted Styles of Wall Paper. MACKEEEL, SHAD & HERRING, Of all grades, constantly on hand. GIVE HIM A CALL. npr1G— y 1870. S. R. Stephens & Go. 1870. CHEAP CASH STORE. NEW Spring and Summer Goods. n A VINO just returned from tho city with a large and well-selected stock of Hpriug aud Summer Goods, bought at the lowest cash prices from first hands aud auction, we nro now pre pared to supply our friends ami the public, with all goods kept by us, at very reduced Cush or Country Produce. We would call their attention to our price», for CHEAP CARPETS & MATTINGS from uuclion, namely : Stair, Cottage, Rag, Hemp, Ingraiu, Ac.—prices 35, 40, DU, 75, $1.00. MEU1UMACKPRINTS, 12 J to 13 Cts. 6 } " 10 •• OTHER MAKES DELAINES, From ALPACAS WHITE SUGARS 15 " 25 •• 30 '• 75 •• 12 « 14 •• A large stock of Gcuts Fine City-made Boots and Gaiteis. Trunks and Carpetbags. A fine assortment of Men's and Boys'Clothing, latest styles. HATS AND CAPS, and all other Goods usually kept iu a first-class country storo, AT VERY LOW PRICES!!! Purchasers would do well to give us a call be fore purchasing elsewhere, apr. 19—tf 1115 Hopkins' Philadelphia 1115 HOOP SKIRT MAUFACT0RY, No. 1115 Chestnut St. Girard Row Formerly G28 Arch St. Philadelphia. A complete assortment of all the new Fall Celebrated "Champion" Hoop Skirts, in every leugth and size, together with our own make of " Keystone " Skirts, (second quality,) and full lines* of good Eastern made skirts, for sale, wholesale and retail, at prices just reduced below those of any former season. Our Champion Skirts more than sustain their reputation for superiority over all others, and are now sold at such prices as will meet the views of all, and are warranted in every respect. Corsets ! Corsets ! ! Corsets ! ! !—Our assort ment of Corsets contains over 100 kinds and pri ces, and includes every desirable kind, such as Thomson's Glove Fitting, J. Bcckel's, R. Wer ly's, Madura Foy's, and Mrs. Moody's "Patent Self-Adjusting Abdominal Supporting" Corsets in all grades, together with Misses' and Chil dren's, and every grade of hand made Corsets, ranging iu prices as follows:—45c, 58c, 69c, 75c, 80c, 83c, 85c, 90c, 94c, §1, $1 11, $1 14, $1 19, $1 25, Ac. up to $7 00. Panier Bustles iu 27 styles, from 35 cents np to $3 25. Ladies' under-garments in all kinds and prices. Night Dresses from Si to $9 20. In fant's dresses, long and short, from $2 35 to $13. GoYed Muslin Skirts, 6 Tucks, 75 cts. ; 10 Tucks, 94c.; 15 Tucks, $1 32, Ac. Ac. up to $10. Hoop Skirts and Corsets made to order, al tered and repaired, at manufactory and sales rooms, 1115 Chestnut st. Philadelphia. Call or send for circulars. sept 24—3mos Shapes of WM. T. HOPKINS. A FIRST-CLASS BRICK YARD For Sa le, I N New' Castle, Del. situated on tho Del. R. R. and Delaware River, with plenty of good clay and moulding sand in tho yard. There is a sid ling which rmiB from the main track of tho Del. R. R. alongside of the kiln, where bricks can bo loaded without cost of cartage. Water has just boen introduced into the town and the town bas good Prospets of improving. This is a good op portunity for any ono that bos a desire to go in to the brick business. Address JOHN GUGER k SON ' New Castle, Del. sept 21—6m FOR SALE. P RIME Hickory and Oak Firewood, well sea soned ; delivered, or sold in tho woods, as may he preferred. Apply msyt 14 —m Wi to m. R. ROTHWELL. HAND EXPOSITION Füll THE FASHIONABLE WORLD. COMPLIMENTS OF MRS. M. A. BINDER. No. 1101, N. W. corner Eleventh and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia. FASHIONS FOR THE FALL AND WINTER Of 1870, Wholesale and Retail which Paris and the firstTuanufofactories supply. Dresses, Mantles, Cloaks ant. Costumes for La dies and Children. A special d^paitment of plain and elegantly trimmed patterns, of the lat est Parisian and Euglish styles, at SO per dozen. If you want a handsomely-fitting, well-made suit, at short notice, go to Mrs. Binder's for taste ful trimmings and dainty stitches. Mourning, Travelling and Weddiug outfits, Walking aud Fancy Costumes. DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS, MUT TONS, ORNAMENTS, comprising tho latest Paris novelties In black aud colored Fringes, Gimps, Ruches, Loops, Flowers, Gloves, Bridal-Wreaths, Veils. Ribbous, new slmdes in velvet, Suliu aud Taffeta Ribbons, ►Sashes, Neckties. MADE UP LACE GOODS—GRAND DU CHESSE LACE FOR DRESS TRIMMING. Pointe Applique, Valenciennes, Hamburg Edg ings and insertions, Black Guipure and Thread Laces, new in design aud moderate in price. CHOICE INDIAN ORNAMENTS. Fans, Birds, Mats, Cushions, Mouchoirs, Ca ses and Fancy Goods, selected by Mrs. Binder at Niagara. Elegant line of Whitby Jet Goods, in 6ots, Breastpins, Ear-rings, Necklaces and Bracelets. Splendid lino of French Jet Goods, Coral and French Gold Eels, Charms, Sleeve Buttons, , Ac. which for price or variety in style, cannot bo surpassed. Strangers visiting our ci ty are respectfully invited to examine Pinking and Goffering. Cuttiugnnd Fitting. Also, a perfect system of Dress Cutting taught. Patterns sent by mail or express to alt parts of the Union. MRS. M. A. BINDER'S, N. W. Cor. Eleventh and Chestnut Sts. Phila. sept 2-1—4tnos G Ohai A VALUABLE FARM AT PRIVATE SALE. T UP, heirs of tho late Spencer P. Holten, offer nt private sale, tho farm whereon the late proprietor resided at tho time of his decease, is located about two luiles fi Said F dletown, und contains 105 Acres about eight acres in timber, five fields, and lms been limed and elovored, re cently, Mid c less, only It Is divided into d bus about 800 Peach Trocs, in full bearing AND A THRIVING APPLE ORCHARD Of 45 Trees, in full bearing. The improvements are a large three-story Fr» ing eleven largo rooms with tho Kitchen. A good pump of water at the door. Also Stable and Carriage H Dwelling, cunt; ï. This Fa most conveniently located, aud is productive of all kinds of gruin, fruit, &e. ami offers to capitalists a rarochuuco for investment in this neighbor hood. The terms will bo made accommodating to a responsible purchaser. Apply to J. R. HOLTEN, sept 10—3mos. Ou tho Promises. waai* BSTîffiBïSî ' , 931 Arch ~ uftti, Q., and Dr. Urueno. l»rof. Dalton. W. rlotte. 8L, Cl M I MM ak< Mm f ,»n \ O \ \ d \ < rAr moved, if taken lu \ h» \ O \ V* \ tiwaand can not return. Bctrar« \ \ Çj \ \ ofbogu« Pro ■toiding our\ \fi \ l/I \ f/1 None other thonld ever bo u*ed. For send for circular, call Ü sept 17—3mos NEW BAKERY, HI MIBDLETOWX, DUL. North East Corner orLake and Ilroatl Streets. T IjL undersigned wishes to inform his friends and the public at lame, that lie lias mcnced the Baking Business in all its depart ments, and will keep constantly on hand, Bread, Cakes, Crackers, Pies, Candy, And will sftpply Weddings, and Parties, with all ßorts of Cakes at short notice. Ue bus engaged a first class Baker to attend to the business. He will also continue the Painting Business In all its Branches. March C. 1869—If FUANC1S TA It ON L ■. D. BROWN. W. P. GALLIG BEK. B rown & galugiier, (rOJOUJSULT WITH U. W. MIDDLETON. ) IMPOUTUIIS OP FINE BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, &C. AND DEALERS IN RYE, WHEAT, AND BOURBON WHISKEY, No. 11 South 9th Street, Philadelphia. Jan 29— y WEDDING RINGS. No. 35J SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. March G —tf FOR RENT U NTIL the 25th of March, next, ^ ._ the HUOSE and premises now jj YijV occupied by tho undersigned. Pus- jj & session given immediately. Aiiply^^^.^X^ to B. P. HANSON. ■17. sep FOR SALE. 75,000 Very Largo and Healthy Peach Tree3, embracing all the best va E. R. COCHRAN, Middletown, Del. N. B. Persons desirous of buying trees are in vited to call and examino my stock. ricties, new and old. NOTICE. H AVING purchased tho exclusive right for New Castle county to manufacture and sell Smith's Patent Extension Step nml Fruit Ladder, we hereby forwnrn 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. FENTMORK & CO. VICTOR GREEN, Attorney at Law, Orne» Adjowix« Ilia Rksidenck, N. Rroad St MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, July 2— y I ^OR SALE.—5000 Trimo Chestnut Rails, at the mouth of Rohemia River, opposite Town Point. Apply to Jas. W. VEAZEY, apr SO—tf Near Cecil ton, Cecil co. Md. HOW TO GET RICH. A Sure Guide to Honest Wealth. N O one in business or out hut can, by a strict attention to rules laid out in this Book, bc como wealthy in a short time. Agents will find this the best selling hook in tho market. Single copies sent postpaid on re ceipt of one dollar. Address i«j>t 24—1 y ÇHABLKS M. JONES, Wilinmgtou, Del. NEW STOVE; TIN, AND HOUSE-FURNISHING STORE. TMOMAS n. ROTIIWEIX'* NEW BUILDING, Sorti. SI.In of Mnln Sjirrl, % llullilinKa Wc* of Tom a Hull, Middletown, Delaware. Where ho huo constantly on hrmd, und I» pre pared to munufucturo ALL KINDS OF TIN WARE, At Short Notioe. Particular attention paid to ROOFING AND SPOUTING. Orders respectfully solicited uud promptly atten ded to. COOK STOVES. STAR, COTTAGE, NATIONAL, CHARM, PRIZE, & VICTOR COOK. PARLOR STOVES. BOQUKT BASE, GAS, BURNING BASK, DIAL, VIOLET, REVERE, UNION AIR TIGHT. Jarnos Spear & Co's "REVOLVING- LIGHT. n The proprietors claim for this stove that ihe ■omo smoked ; perfi d cleanliness in poking the fire; ontirc safety of the lire: requires very little attention ; thorough ventilation ot the room, thus proiorving tno health of the uniform mic fs: entire freedom from ell regulated heat ; a ^ consumer (it tho first quality : great economy in tucl. 'Ibis stove i.* a continuous burner, when tlie fire is once made the work is (Line for the be kept burning forntu indefinite period, the fuel only requiring to be replenished •e iu 21 hours. Read the following recom .'ndation : Mu. T. II. Rotiiweli. — Do oeeu| dust : «1 KM* inter it Sir :—I take pleas ure in recommending tho new coal stove called "the Revolving Light." winter, can say Having used one Inst 1 think it the liest and most eco nomical stove for parlor or sitting room now in uso. J. R. Hall. Stoves sultaldo for storos, ofliec3, hotels, and school houses. Orders will be received and promptly filled for any kind of Stove that may be orderou. GALVANIZED, RUSSIA, AND SHEET IRON. ZING, COAL HODS, SEIVES, POKERS, SHOVELS, TEA KETTLES, BAKEPANS, WAFFLE IRONS SAD IRONS, BRASS & ENAMELLED PRESERVING KETTLES, ENAMELLED SAUCE PANS, TEA BELLS, JAPANNED CHAMBER DUCKETS, SPITTOONS, WAITERS, LANTERNS, FLOUR AND DEPPER BOXES. SAND CL PS. MATCH SA FES (Cast Iron,) MOLASSES CUPS , PATENT CLOTHES FRAMES, Ao. io. fco. Prompt attention to business, moderato prie«», competent workmen, and a determination to please, may at all times be expected by those who jay favor him with their custom. THE VAPOR COOKING STOVE. No Jfuod, no Coal, no Stove Pipe, uq A Hits, no Dirt, no Hooci Duxes, Coal Scuttle, no Kindling Wood l But a Friction Match, And the lire In full blast in half a minute, oven hot in two minutes, steak broiled in seven mln , bread baked in thirty minutes, tho firo cn tinguished in a moment. • ' Please call M d exumiuo it in operation at Thomas H. Rothwell's Stove Store, MIDDLETOWN, DEL. Solo owner of Hie stove for the State. Full, lit -y TO TIIE PUBLIC, T HE subscriber would call the ettontto© of Ihe public to his large and Well-Selected Stock eS GOODS, Consisting Lu part of BUY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Hardware, Quccnsware, Wood and Willow Ware, Eartbçq' ~nd Stone Ware. FISH, MEATS, &o. And everything usually kept la » FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE, All of which havo been selected with care, and will be SOLD AT PRICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TIMES. Give n§ a call before purchasing ekwwherf. KO CHARGE FOR SIIOWIXG GOODS. Chn.rlos Tntman, Jr. MIDDLETOWN. DEI.. apr. 9—tf DELAWARE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF WILMINGTON. DELAWARE, M. M. Child. Bee John P. McLcnr, Pres. BRANCH OFFICE: N. W. cor, Ninth & Chestnut Streets, PHILADELPHIA* Gko. W. Stoke, Vice President, Manager. Gzo. F. Tuhneo, Geu'l Agent k Attorney. Purely Mtitnnl»Low Rntcu. A LL Policies Nonforfeiting after One Payment. Every accommodation ent with safety guaranteed to Policy Holders. Books containing full information concerning plans and rules of the Company sent free op en application to the Branch Office. Agents TT/ntcJ throughout the States qf Pennsyhnu Ilia and New Jersey. References (by permission)—Hon. E. W. Gfî t)in, Chief Justice Stato of Delà waro; Hon. Tho». F. Bayard, U. S. Senator from Delaware; Rt. Rev. Alfred Lee, Bishop of Delaware; Gen. Hen ry du Pont, Powder Manufacturer; lion. Gove Sauisbury, Gov. State of Del. the President* of all the Banks iu the city of Wilmington; Hon. L J. Valentine, Mayor of Wilmington. ^ June 4—ly. Annual consist* the W ILMINGTON k READING R. R. For sale by GEO. W. INGRAM Â CO Oc< 23 tf "-firofcr.