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Select jJoetrn. GATES AJAR. BY GEO. COOPER. T Said about five 800 Gone beyond the darksome river ; Only left us by the way ; Gone beyond the night forever; Only gone to endless day 1 Gone to meet the angel faces, Where our lovely treasures Gone awhile from Gone within the gates ajar ! There's a sister, there's a brother, Where our lovely treasures are; There's a father, there's a mother, ithiu the gates ajar. embraces— G Of arc ing good kinds a to One by They , they go before us ; fading like the dew : But we know they're watching o'er us, They the good, the fair, the true ! They are waiting for us, only Where no pain can never mar; Little one's who left us lonely, Watch i s through the gates ajar. Gone where every eye is tearless, Only gone from earthly care ; O, the waiting, sad and cheerless, Till we meet our loved one there ! Sweet the rest from all Land of light and hope afar ! )! our Father's hand so loving Sets the pearly gate ajar ! > n K. L( -L that popular (plisti'llani). Vihtl'e of lïou.w. —It may not be generally known bow very valuable borax is in various purposes of household We find it the very best cockroach exter minator yet discovered. One-half pound, costing but fifty cents, has completely cleared a large house formerly swarming with them, so that the appearance of one in a month is quite a novelty, rious exterminating powders puffed and advertised have been found not fully ef fective, tending rather to make the roach es crazy than to kill them, something peculiar, either iu the smell or touch of borax, which is certain death to them. They will fleo in terror from it, and never appear again where it has once been placed. It is also a great advantage that borax is perfectly harmless to hu beings, hence no danger from It is also valuable for laundry purposes. The washerwomen of Holland and Rel gium, so proverbially clean, and who get up their linen so beautifully white, refined borax as washing powder, instead of soda, in tho proportion of a largo hand ful of borax powder to ten gallons of wa ter. They save soap nearly one-half. All the large washing establishments adopt the same mode. For laces, cambrics, iVo. an extra quantity of the powder is used ; and for crinolines (requiring to he made stiff) a stronger solution is necessary. Borax being a neutral salt, does not in the slightest degree injure the texture of linen. Its effect is to soften the hardest water, and therefore it should bo kept the toilet table. As a way of cleansing the hair. It leaves the scalp in a most cleanly condition, and the hair is just sufficiently stiffened to retain its place. This stiffness, however, can be readily moved, if objectionable, by washing with water. Borax is also an excellent den trific ; dissolved in water, it is one of the best tooth washes. In hot countries it is used in combination with tartaric acid and bicarbonate of soda, as a cooling bever ago. use. Best Best Best Best Best The vu 1 There is man poisoning. use : ft: Ci Instances of Great Human Strength. —The hauiaià "r porters of Luke Van, in A*ia Minor, are ttui strongest men known. They come to Smyrna to do the porter age, and have a hereditary clai.Tî to the business. There is a man in Calhoun County, Miss, who is supposed to be the strongest man in the State, if not in the entire South. He is thirty-five years of age, and wçighs two hundred and thirty five pounds, lie has been known to car ry three bars of railroad iron, when it takes from three to five ordinary men to carry one. He can take a cask contain ing forty gallons of whiskey or water (the former is preferred we presume) and raise it from the ground and drink out of the bung-hole with as much ease as others could out of a common pitcher ; and ho has frequently taken a barrel of flour un der each arm and balancing a sack of salt on his head, carried them for several hun dred yards with apparently hut little ef fort. He offers to bet that he can lift thirteen hundred pounds. The Pka fob Foddbk.—" The pea, like the bean, has been grown almost exclu sively for its seed, but probably it may, in many cases, be more profitable to gather it as a fodder plant before the seed arrives at maturity, as stock eat the grain plant most greedily. An analsis of the whole plant shows how valuable the dried her bage must be, specially for growing ani mals, owing to it is high percentage of nitrogenized or flesh-forming substances ; it is rich in sugar and the supporters of respiration." To Phkskhve Grkbn Corn in Brim. —Gather green corn, as much as one wants to pickle, husk and take off the silk nicloy and put it in a boiler of boiling ter. cook till thoroughly dono, take it out and let cool. While letting it cool make a strong brine that will swim un egg ; then cut tho corn off the cob, carefully put it in a well glazed stone jar to prevent it from soaking through, then pour your brine over the corn till covered, and and you hare corn that will keep for years. It is said that California, that land of wonder, is found to be peculiarly adapted to the cultivation of cotton ; that the soil and climate are remarkably suited to it, and the couutry is free from the chief diffi culties and embarrassments that often make it a failure else .-.'here. The season is uni form, (here aro no worms, no inopportune rains, and no early frosts. ffa cover, Meu may be more liberal am] just than women, but they rarely take a womau for a wife unlee» they believe her te be chaste •t ice and pure ae snow. If women were ns oareful iu chosing their husbands, think there would be fewer mnrriagcn, or else a wonderful reformation would be begun A VALUABLE FARM AT PRIVATE SALE. tried not. and — they into by the T HE heirs of the late S|>encer P. Holten, offer at private sale, the farm whereon the late proprietor resided at the time of his decease. Said K dletowu, and contains 105 Acres more less only about eight acres in timber. It is divided into five fields, nud has been limed and elovered, re cently, and 1ms about 800 Peach Trees, in full bearing is located about two miles from Mid A THRIVING APPLE ORCHARD Of 45 Trees, in full bearing. The improvements arc a large three-story Frame Dwelling, contain ing eleven large rooms with the Kitchen. A good pump of water at the door. Also, a good Stable and Carriage House. This F conveniently located, and is productive of all kinds of grain, fruit, Ac. and oilers to capitalists a rare chance for investment in this neighbor hood. The terms will be made accommodating to a responsible purchaser. Apply to J. R. HOLTEN, On the Premises is most sept 10—3raos. CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE 1! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ach fTMIE undersigned takes this method to inform -L his friends nnd the the public in general, that he has now on baud a superior stock of CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Which he offers at very reasonable rates, and which cannot fail to please. Among the Tobaccos arc the following: ; of is Best Black Navy Tobacco.... Best Monitor Navy Tobacco., Best Black Cavendish Tobace Best Plain Best Rough .80 Cents. the as of .90 90 Light Tobacco. d Ready Tobacco .$1.00 •Si.15 GIVE HIM A CALL . JOHN T. HAYES, 1 Door East of National Hotel, Middletown, Del. apr 23—tf DR. THOMAS H. GILPIN Graduate of the Pennsylvania College of ipTAL SURGERY, H AVING located in Middletown, ceedcd Dr. J. J. Vanderford, r oilers bis professional services to the public. REFERENCES. Dr. T. L. Buckingham, Dean of Pennsylva College of Dental Surgery. Dr. E. T. Darby, 906 Walnut street, Phila. Dr. Thomas II. Musgrove, Elkton, Md. Dr. H. H. Mitchell, " " Samuel B. Foard, Esq. " ** Rev. Henry 11. Mathews •' " march 5—tf. nd d suc spectfully C. MAISEL, TAILOR, (From Paris), 1321 CliCKtnut »Street, PHILADELPHIA. may 21—ly : BEST WOOD-BURNT BUILDING LIME, Either by Car Load, Ilhd. or Bbl. Also, CEMENT and PLASTER. ALL ORDERS WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO BY ADDRESSING BRIGHT & KEITIILER, p. King and Wnivr Sts. Wilmington, Del. apr 23—Gmos Ci in the of it to of ho un salt ef lift THOMAS MASSEY, JIL CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, Alnln Street, nearly opiiOHltc Walker'« Hotel, Middletown, Delaware C LOCKS, Watches, Jewelry, &e. promptly repared. A1.V..JÖ w.. hand and for sale, Clocks, Watches, Plated Ware, Forks, Spoons, Silver Napkin Rings, Silver Thimbles, Salt, Sugar and Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, Gold Breast-Pins. Ear Rings, Finger-Rings, »Sleeve Buttons., _ Chains, Watch Keys, Key Rings, Steel Watch Chains, kc. Dec. 12—tf. icatly and WOOL WANTED!! T MIE highest cash prices paid for WOOL at BOHEMIA MILLS. MURPHEY k REYB0LD. Cassimeres, Kerseys. Yarns, Blankets, kc. nl Imnd, and will bo exchanged for Wool may 14—tf ways if desired. JUST RECEIVED. O VER 2000 Pieces of well se lected WALL PAPER, like in her ani of ; of York und Philadelphia retail prices ; also a large variety of Borders to suit. hich I will sell at Ne D. L. DUNNING. march 12—tf JJIDES AND TALLOW WANTED! GIBSON'S. Middletown, Del. The highest prices will be paid at Nov. 20—tf Chester White Pigs, F OR SALE, at less than half the price charged the producer in Philadelphia, for same qual ity and age. Apply nrt this Office. OCt. 1-tf one silk out make ; put it your for of soil it, diffi make uni FOR SALE. ffa O NE Yoke of Extra WORK CATTLE; dium size ; good form ; well matched i lor and in disposition, and well known as supe rior in every respect. Also, one CART, in good order. W. GREEN, ang 13—tf ; me CO K. D. BROWN. P. UAI.UUUKR. B rown & galugiier, ( FORMERLY WITH O. W. MIDDLETON. ) IMPORTERS OF FINE BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, &C. AND DEALERS IN RYE, WHEAT, AND BOURBON WHISKEY, No. 11 South 9th Street, Philadelphia. Jan 29— y VICTOR GREEIST, Attorney at Law, Office Adjoining His Residence, N. Broad St MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, than for chaste were or be July 2— y FOR RENT U NTIL the 25th of March, next, the IIUOSE and premises now, occupied by the undersigned. Pos session given immediately. Apply* to 13. P. HANSON. I ' ii If ii sept—17. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, (73 « For all tho purposes of a Laxative Medicine. Perhaps cine is so universally ro quired by everybody a cathartic, nor was over any before so universal ly adopted into use, in ry countryand among all classes, us this mila but clliricnt purgative rill. Tho obvious rea ls, that it is a more re liable and far more cffoc ' ~' 1 I iial remedy than auy j -' other. Those who have tried it, know that it cured them ; those who have not. know that it cures their neighbors and friends, and all know that what it does once it does always — that it never fails through auy fault or neglectof mposition. We have thousands upon thou sands or certificates of their remarkable cures of the following complaints, but such cures are known in every neighborhood, and wo need not publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates; containing neither calomel or any deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar coating proserves them ever fresh and makes them pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable WÊÈÈÊtÊÊ any quantity. They operato by their powcrftil influence internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action — remove tho obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring their irrogular action to health, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange ments as aro the first origin of disoaso. Minute directions are given in tho wrapp the box, for tho following complaints, which EH H harm can arise ft* their ■ ^ Ph W Ch H M Lu ^ Ô W i ^ or UlGSO rilta rapidly cure For Ilrapcpiila or InillppMlon, Llatleu* and liO«« of Appetit <>, they oderalely to stimulate tho stom ach and restore its healthy tone and action. plaint and its various symp toms, Ititlou* Headache. Mick BKeadache, Jntmdice or 4>rreen Nlcknen, Ililioue Chtlic and nili»a< Fever«, they should be ju diciously taken for each ease, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause it. For Biyaentery or Diarrhoea, but one mild dose is generally required. For IllieuniatUni, Gout. 4« ravel. Palpi tation of the Heart. Pain in the ftide, Hack and Loin«, they should be continuously taken, as required, to change the diseased action of . Willi such change those complaints ne«*, Lun should lie I Liver C the system disappear. For Dropsy and Kropalcul Mwcllinq*« they should lie taken in large and frequent doses to pro duce tho effect of a drastic purge. For An|>]»rc«*lon a large dose should be taken as it produces the desired effect by sympathy. »• PUl, take - ' ote digestion and relievo the stomach. ionul dose stimulates the Htom.ich nnd bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite, and invigorates tho system. Ilcncc it is often ad vantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of theso 1'Uls makes him feel decidedly better, from thoir cleansing nud renovating effect on the diges tive apparatus. As •o Pitta to pro An GQ JDJt» J. C. AYE It it* CO., Practical Chemists, LOWELL. MASS., U. S . A. For salehy Charles Tat nd by Druggists and Dealers i H , Middletown, Del. Medici • every here. •t. 15 B M m ^ PLAIN FACTS WORTH Ph A DING. Ô H i A trge, well established and successful business, with an ex perience of more than twenty five y®rs, enable us to offer inducements to all who are about tft become purchasers of ap" Clothing -©a & > second tft no establishment in the counffiy. Our garments are all made |f the best materials, carefully elected; nothing un sound or ill any way imperfect is made u| at all, even in the lowest graces of goods. It is a well established fact among clothiers, that our Ready-Made Clothing, ill every tiling that goes to mais: a superior gar ment, is unequalled by any stock of goods in Philadelphia. Our assortment is 'so large and varied that every one can be fitted at one®, without delay. Our prices arcaalways guaran teed as low, or Bower, than the lowest elsewhele. We have also a fine assortment of tsr Goods in the Piece ,-©a which will be maiSe up to order, in the best manner, and at prices much lovHpr than are usually charged r|r garments made to order. H Samples of goodre, with price lists for all kinds of garments, forwarded by mail fit any time when requested, wfth instruc tions for self-measuîïjment, and garments, either mst&Nfo order or selected from/out iSeady Made Stock, for^ardsd 1%, ex press, guarantee® Mt rectly. / /1 ) Persons not resillittj 'sere, can when visiting lpilase!p\a, call and have theiwmeafi&sre At gistered on our blokwlAqlt for that purpose, from \wii®h gg ments can be ordei/d It at future time. / 1 to >r r BENNETT & C©. Tower Hall, 518 Mar At St. Half-way between Fifth and SixthmSts. CO PHILADELPHIA. oct 15—3mos. FOR SALE. T HE HOUSE AND LOT, now cupied by the undersigned, sit- [• uuted on Lake street, Middletown, ad- j J j ! ! joining the property of Zachariah «BSEas» Jones. The House is a two-story frame, 22 feet front, running back 18 feet, with a back build ing 16 by 20 feet, and a good kitchen in the rear, eight rooms in all. The Lot is luo feet front, by 125 feet deep, stocked with choice fruit nnd gar den shrubbery. A well of good water in the yard. For further particulars apply to June 25—tf NATHAN SIMMONS, A. GREAT OEFER. iioiuc'e w ati:r»s, 481, Broadway, New York, W ILL dispose of ONE HUNDRED PIANOS, MELODEONS and ORGANS of six first class makers, including Chickering k Sons, EXTREMELY LOW PRICES FOR CASH month, or will take from $5 to $2; til paid. St , DURING THIS i monthly un June4—8m F OR SALE. 5000 Prime Chestnut Rails, at the mouth of Bohemia River, opposite Town Apply t( Point. Jus. W. VKAZEY, Near Ceellton, Cecil co. Md. pr 30—tf (73 The Great Medical Discovery I hj Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA Q « Ci« SVINEGAR BITTERS,^ EH aj 1 Hundreds of Thousands j! rr ® Jj Boar testimony to their wonderful^ I Curaüvo ECocta. gïl WHAT ARE THEY? §13 ® gS| —*—^ - Ôsfî fcfjl H H ◄ I r if m . n O Ïïî Bl HI «I Hr Ur 8 5 JU lit H l . ; i Sc 3 S fc' ^ . 0 g Ö TIIET ARE NOT A VILE Ç ~*g K"INFANCY DRINK,Ilf Ph M u. a "f Poor Rum. Whiskey. Proof Spir W its, and Rofuse Liquors. - a:id m\y «eternal to pleas- 1 .lutosic Ch *• A'l-.ietixere," " KoiuororV* Sc H ti;*p! r onto drunk on nesri and M '.*.:ine f mvlo fioin tho Native Root* and * n»i V* of California, free from all Alcoholic M Stimulants. Tii Tnvt .oGKFATBI.OOD '"s PURI PUSH and LIFF GIVING PRIN- A' CIPLE, a perfect Keuovator ami Invigorator • Lu H the System, carrying off all poisonous matter, j - -i l roatori-g tho blood to a healthy o ^ . i person can take theso Bitter*, according to v A Ô -options, and remain long JklOO will bo given for an incurable car* pro- ~ W iling the bones are not destroyed by mineral — ■usons or other means, and the vital organa -j trusted beyond tho point of repair. For Inflamm-'tory and Chronic Rhou- —< i matism, nnd Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi- ^ ^ co ;tion. Bilious, Remittont. and Inter- J mittont Fovers, Din *nseaof the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder,_thrbo Bit- L tors bave I eases d, spiced, led''Tonics'* tli at lea l tho butarcatruo ■ il. Such Dis- J sed by Vitiated Blood, which «».laced by derangement of tho —< rut. t< general I y Digostivo O 'Fiv-y Divi tho torpid ww*. Btomaoh, and stimulate *3 d bowels, which render them * icy in cleansing tho umu tiug now life and vi 1 bl l of of I li igor ^ Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain in t Snouldor*, t «. isrhn, Tielitnor* of tho ÜV VJ-. . L> . I' •- *, So 'r Fiiunanh, lk.d Taste in —j of tho ^ ;iin iu — jVof v^-i n «I 0 to t ho -, i Alt Pal Pm Mr." GQ ? ! • < Cw P of Iftl ired PP p ,'D ful r: i M H -T y I 11 1 w'.l ('1 h Hi •itirH ],■ is <1 plo*, Kruntil B and your feel M tho blood pure and the health ot the syate m follow. ^ PIN, TATIl Kec i ; .1 nil ~ lurklncr la , i.l other WOT nay thousand the .a Ph w l f'v.Iy tho circular ^ four laa^ua^c*— tract, N. Y. ^ a For full dir <1J ell bottle, printed l, Frencb, r Ô Knplish, Uermai J. WALKER, 32 & 34 Comm H Proprietor. It. II. McDOXAl.I) & CO., i Bru*' • i*U and General Aren 4 «. m Frnnc*i<eo. Cntiforula, and 32 and31 Com d Fj & s. ■ t. N-. V. J-Y ALT. DßCCOISTS AND«! > DEAl.tltS. sale by Ft W. II. BARR, Middletown, Del. July 10—Giuos ED aw b Efi > 7 £*V, 1 % I EASVISSME 1 .! «^6 mu r : Bj0®r!A STANDARD GUARANTEED Si© IfeSe MANUFACTURED BY WALTON,WHANN&d ■j WILMINGTON,DEL. DEPOTS: È iV ^ Sr FRONT ST.VULM'NjWg s <x/r« wharves, * s * CHARLES STREET, BM' 1 ■ 3 r, ' l,ip AX ST. , ^ ' I PROMPT, ACTIVE , RELIABLE, A Great Crop Producer and Thorough Renovator of worn out layds. For Sale by E. T. EVANS, Middletown, Del. Middletown , Del. Feb. 28, 1868. Messrs. Walton. Wiiann & Co. — Gentlemen: I sed Whs • Bone yuper-Phosphatc heat i 's I my corn last spring, and the fall. each c, ■:e it produced i determine which (if the different phos ex eel lent crop. Wishing pliâtes v am glad ould pay .* best, I tried several, and ; t he ll the best I shall continue to use it, and cheerfully recommend it to my neighbors. A. T. STOOPS. here I used Win Middletown , Del. March 17, 1868. Messrs. Walton, Wiiann k Co.— Gentlemen : 1 's Phosphate for some time past alongside of the popular fertilizers, «nd have come to the conclusion it i other. 1 am going to use ten tons this spring. Yours truly, HENRY CLAYTON. March 27—ly have been using Win » good as Annies, Pears, > Poultry, Game; PEACHES. Plums, Cherries, . OUBRANTt, >7 Grapes, Ac. ^ NUTS* Ac. . BIBRIKt \ of all kinds m 105 season. *•! & Co. t v Choice S, New'M, j ii Dealer, la . <• Slipping ORDERS \ Filled with Care. C0NSIG.MEM5 Solicited. JtETUItNS promptly mad*. Il Y PERMISSION WE REFER TO Henry Cowgill, Woodside, Kent county, Del. P. C. VanOrman, Willow G ro Station, " further information, send to us for shipping and fruit packing directions. June 11—Cm Fc ESTABLISHED IN 1810. FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT, J. & W. JOKES, No. 432 North Front street, Philadelphia, Pa. D YE Silks, Woolen nnd Fancy Goods of every description. Their superiority of dyeing ladies' nnd gentlemen's garments is widely known. Crape nnd merino shawls dyed the most brilliant colors. Crape and merino shawls cleansed to look like apparel, nnd curtains, cleansed Gloves cleansed and look at •. Also, gentlemen's -dyed. Kid dyed to look like new. Call work before going elsewhere. at se pt 3—2 in os ►d Ci« No a H 3 ◄ ! I in will is I 0 THE CELEBRATED O PARAGON SHIRT. Send for self-men eiuent circular. ing sent $1 707 J. P. DOUGIITEN, may 28-tf 410 Market st. Wilmington, Del. Peninsular Machine Works j ■ ' - j MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE. ' (k 8. fine PENNINGTON BROS. form nish try. H ght out the Peninsular Machine Works at M'ddletown. Mr. A. R. l'enning d intends to •ionsbranches nnd ites his old friends and patrons to give him a may 7—ly AVE h ill take charge of the same t< ts v call. The Hyperion Hair Curlers An lmlispcnslble Article for the Lndir». I 'atkxted July 9th, 1807. of This curler is the st perfect invention ever of fered to the public. It is easily operated, neat in ap pean *c, and ill not i heal required, llll .* any mc talic sulislancc used to rust or break the hair. mmm ly, and for sale by McMillan & co. It St. Philadelphia. »Sold at dry goods, trimming and notion stores. N. B.—Single box, 25 ets. 3 boxes, assorted si zes, 65 cts. Mailed to any paet of the United States, upon reccigt of the money. June 18—6nios Manufactured No. OS North Fr to Ode LUMBER & HARDWARE. ed 30 J. B. FENIMORE & CO. Opposite the Depot, MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF X late the Lumber and Hardware, MUCKS, LIME, IIAIR, SASH, DOOr.S, BLINDS MOULDINGS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. ETC. Constantly on hand all kinds of Building Material. January 15—tf J.1I. Wi er, N\Y. A McKIruth, N.Y. G.E.Dickson,Dover. ho ing B. B. RICE Warner, Dickson & McElratli, GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 338 GREENWICH STREBT, IV. Y. un VB MARK A SPECIALTY OF I, Applr«, Ilcrrie«, Grapes, ill kinds of Perishable Fruit. Penches, Pei And I REFERENCES?. c< V. Cummins, »< nl Hank. l'Iiila. Dr. II Daniel ». Cummins, Pro.-t v Hitlgely. Dover, Win. M mul*b D i: Win. II. I Del. 1 IM .1 P i«l«r. K*q. Milton. mty. Mil John It. ■coir. 104 Murrav Mill*, N. Y. K. it. Co. X. Y. Al 11 a r ( 1 ( tie, »lit Hcr. Q Mil. W He Y. J. il. Ch •vorn Hiver H-. WiuhliiKt Mil. ». N. Fu : AI use 0—tf AMEEICAN & SWISS WATCHES. 1 M. E. E2KJI&SOÏV, No. 35J »SOUTH EIGHTH »STREET, PHILADELPHIA, SKS attention to his fine selected stock of WATCHES AND JEWELRY, Of the latest »Styles and the best Factory make. Silver Ware. Sterling Silver »Spoons, Forks, nnd Butter Kni which will be soldat JP'iï" Particular attention paid to repairing ne Watches and Jewelry. March 6—tf very small advance MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY to to AND MACHINE SHOP. P LOWS and Plow Castings, Machine Castings of till kinds on hand or made to order. Particular attention given to Repairing Machi nery. Cash lor old Iron. WM. L. BUCKE & SON, Founders and Machinists. Jan 4-tf l . HERMANN'S .1 .lloiiuiupiilal marble Works, Corner Delaware and Union Streets, NEW CASTLE, DEL. Monuments, Marble and Enameled Slate Mantels Furnished at short notice, k on reasonable terms. REFERENCES. M. M. CLEAVER, PHILIP It. CLARK, ANDREW ELIABON. Sept. 4—tf Pa. the LONGEST ROOF I N the United States is on Rinek's Sons' Facto ry, Easton, Pa.—one-third of a mile long,— and is covered with Ready Roofing Kid Call Cheap durable, and easily applied. Send for circular aud samples to the manufacturers. READY ROOFING CO. No. 64 Oourtland st. N. Y. June 4—ly COUGHS, SORE THROAT, AC. No medicine or treatment can excel the poxccr/ul ralive power of cur DR. SIMMS' White Pulmonic Balsam. T cures with other I eases. It in Wilmington, Baltimore, and other cities throughout the country. Mr Pennington, of Wilmington, Illinois, writes that there is not (with a lew exceptions) a family in that city who will be without it if possible to procure it. Such is its popularity wherever it is known—and this popularity arises from the fact that it universally cures all who use it. There is no case of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, Blood-spitting, Hoarseness, and even Pulmonary Consumption, where the system is not broken down with the wear of the d I pidity unequalled by any iniedy offered for throat and lung dis is recommended by over 2,000 persons . and hundreds in Philadelphia, d communities , or pretended * inexperienced advice, that this Bal -urcfnUy used, accord ing to directions. We guarantee nil sent it to be, and invite a trial from the afflicted Price 50 cents, medium size, and $1 for large size bottles. Prepared only by J. IJ. SIMMS, M. I). Practical Organic Chemist, 707 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. "dicinc, ill will not cure if c e repre everywhere. 'hiladelphia depot, Johnson i 602 Arch street. Haiti ;c, lo8 Baltimore st. Holloway k •e depot, S. For sale by medi July 2—*y (k •dir 8. Hi fine dealers generally. DELAWARE GRAIN AND PHOSPHATE DRILL. TT; dersigned having perfected his i ed "DELAWARE DRILL," form the Farmers that lie is nish them with the best combi Phosphate Drill ever introduced into this coun try. It is very simple in construction; very sub stantially made up , lias the patented, porcelain heel ; is easily regulated, and guaranteed to »/ kind o f merchantable 0'u< Phosphate with the greatest uniformity a Yould i :d to ft preps -d (irai nd • any and d nd uc It has been used and best farme dorsed by ov in this and the adjoining State of Maryland during the last two years (1808 and 1869) and, as will be shown by tl • in my posses 150 of ritten ce tifieates has give eutirc satisfaction. rs wishing these drills ill please ad W. N. HAMILTON, M. D. Odessa, Del. Or WM. T. SIIAW & CO. Manufacturer. dress Wilmington, Delawuro. TERMS : Delaware Grain and Phosphate Drill, SI25 CASH. N. B.— also prepared, at at my shop in >' Delaware Phosphate Sower nents and in the most sub stantial manner, to the Haines k Wood's or any common grain drill to give entire satisfaction. Farmers wishing the Attachment will please forward their orders Ode . to attach in ith all its improve • in use, and guarantee possible as only mber will be furnished this season. TRUMS : —Delaware Phosphate Sower attach ed old drill, $45, Cash ; 30 days. July 10—tf limited pproved note at W. N. Hamilton, M. D. Odessa, Del. MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE. JOIBY Ï5. ROBERTS, f"|LAKES pleasure in announcing X of Middletown and surrouiu that lie hau taken the Ti late S. W. Roberts, and of le largest Cooking and Heating, e d at prices that ei the assortment arc the following to his friends ling country, d Stove Store of the rs to the public the k of Stoves, both 1 best selected dh •d in Middletown, t fail to dleasc. Among COOK STOVES. NIAGARA, CORAL COOK, PARLOR COOK, W M. PENN, I the city. MONITOR LKI1IG1I, d others le i 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 beauty und efficiency. They can in operation at the store of the proprietor. All sizes of Bar-room Stoves and Ten-plate Sioves repaired at short notice. Old Stoves taken i ^SäP'TIN WARE at wholesale and retail. Being a practical workman, himself, he thinks ho cun give satisfaction to all who favor him with their work. Particular attention paid to Roof ing and »Spouting. un exchange. AT HIS BRANCH STORE, ST. GEORGES, He has a large stock of Stoves and Tin W d is prepared to till all orders for hand STOVES, TIN* WARE, ROOFING, SPOUTING, &C. LC at the shortest notice id on the best terms. j£ö~ ORDERS SOLICITED. JOHN B. ROBERTS. nug 13, 1870— y MANSION HOUSE HOTEL North Went Corner Fayette & St. Faul Sts. OPl'OSITK BARNUk's CITY HOTEL, BALTIMORE. Isaac Allierston.Proprietor. ^5®*This h e of the most pleasant and cen ral locations ii the city. January 4, 1868—ly TO TRAVELLERS. T ICKETS from Odessa to Philadelphia Si.50. To Wilmington Si.15. From Philadelphia to Odessa the same price, and from Wilmington to Odessa the same. Tickets to be had of Dec. 18—tt R. N. Long, Prorietor of the Stage Line. NEWARK ACADEMY, Newark, Delaware, Prof. EDW. i>. PORT 14II A. »I. Principal. A Classical, Scientific and Commercial BoardinG SchooL, For Boys and Young Men. Thorough in struction. Careful attention to licultk and morals and moderate elmrges. Fall Term opens September 14,1870. Students rapidly prepared for admission to College. For full information send for Catalogue, aug 6—3m II. McCoy. Wm. A. Rabin. McCOY & RASIN, General Commission Merchants, Mo. 73 SOUTH STREET, OrposiTE Corn Exciianoe, BALTIMORE. July 2— y J[7^j ffggi j^j[ Delaware Rail Road Line Summer Arrangement. O N and after Monday, April fourth, 1870, Pasaenger Train« will run a* follow*, until further notice. All trains Sunday* excepted. SOUTH. LEAVE Delmar Sea forJ Oridgcvilio 11 00 Philadelphia 11 1.') Baltimore 11 35 Wilmington 11 50 New Cutla r. m. Stute Hoad 5 00 7 25 2 40 1010 0 2» 20 30 0 46 10 35 0 60 10 45 7 00 1100 T10 11 10 7 26 11 25 7 4» 11 36 7 56 11 40 8 00 11 60 1 10 Greenwood Farmington Harrington Felton Canterbury Willow Oroi Wyoming (Cam.) 7 36 7 50 8 06 12 06 ! Bear, A. m. 12 15 St George* TOO 12 30 Mt. Plein ant 7 16 12 50 Middletown 1 05 Townsend 7 25 1 10 Blackbird 1 15 Sussufras 7 20 l 26 Moor Brenford Smy Clayton 1 40 Clayton 12 00 8 SO T. M. 1210 8 SO I I 8 06 1 40 Smyrna 1 55 L 2 00 Brenford 2 15 Moor ton 8 20 iifras Road kbird mend* 12 06 8 2ft 12 15 8 80 12 30 ing (Cam.) 1240 0 06 12 45 9 10 12 55 0 16 I 8 40 2 20 Dov 8 66 Middiet 2 35 Wy « 00 Mt. PI sunt 9 10 2 45 Willow Gr Canterbury 3 15 Fellou .3 20 Harrington 3 33 F St. Georges 8 Bear 9 2ft State Rond N. Castle 0 4ft 1 25 9 40 1 36 wnwuud 1 60 3 55 Uridgcvillo 6 25 Sea ford 8 10 Del H'ï/m * ngton Pkilada. Baltimore 10 15 11 45 2 20 1 05 FREIGHT TRAIN, leave Stations with Tnsscnger Car attached, will the following chuugeU hours, to freight business] vis: Going 0 A. M. New Castle, , 7 30; Dover, 8 60 ; U15; Felton, 10 10, and bo due at Harrington Joiiig Nor tli, to leave Harrington about 3 05 vd (subjc leluys iuc-ide Wilmingtoii about 4 ivn, «30; Clay to tb, b 4 4; Middl 10 30 A. M. r. M. Felton, 3 50; Clayton,6 60; Middl Wilmington 10 30 1*. M. op to take up passengers only at Sta will set down passenger* ut any regular Ilurringtou und Wilmington, ex 1, Del. .1 unction and Dupont. veNew Custle for Wilming ''hiladelphia at iiingtou 1 10 I*. M. for New Castle. those above for Clayton 11 40 A. M. and 8 00 I*. M. rna 8 40 A. M. and 2 1* M to Dover, and Sta E. Q. ÖEWALL, Superintendent Del. R. R. !ii,4 66; Dover, 5 35; Mor , 8 20; New Castle, 10 00; and bé . 0; Tliis train will I, h I'PljiDKI In-tw St UMdhukdiSih 1 .—I ton 7 40 A . M U 12 00 M .1 w win Ua Siny Clayton for 8my ,'oiiiii-clions with train* to and fro I.' ik u tii. Jan.8 — y ODESSA NURSERIES. r l 1 HK Proprietors offer for Sale, for Fall plant A ing of 1809 or Spring of 1870, 70,000 Peach Trees of the leading Market and Family Varieties. •200,000 SMALL FRUIT PLANTS consisting of the following varieties : STRAWBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, CURRANTS, AND GRAPE VINES. ASPARAGUS ROOTS. 300,000 OSAGE 0EANGE QUICKS. One and Two Years Old. ALSO EARLY ROSE, POTATOES, And several other leading varieiies, for seed. Apply to Oct. 10, 1809. POLK k HYATT, Or to WM. It. CROFT. Odessa, Del. WINE AND LIQUOR STORE, Middletown, Delaware. fllHE undersigned takes this method of notifj X ing the. Public that he Ims opened a WINE AND LIQUOR STORE In Middletown, Del. Depot, where he has assortment of Wines and Liquors, in bottles and casks, which he oilers purchasers at wholesale Wood street, opposite the hand a large and varied advantageous terms to retail. fine stock of choice TOBACCO THOMAS MURRAY. Also, AND CIGARS. LIVERY STABLE. H ORSES AND CARRIAGES for hire at the Stables of Thomas Murray, on Scott street. The horses are safe, ivnd careful drivers will be provided when desired. Terms moderate. Ap THOS. MURRAY. At his »Store on Wood St. Pb Jan. 2.—y. JOHN VOLET, FKENCH BOOT & SHOE MAKER i NO. 112 EXCHANGE PLACE, ; Chestnut atul Walnut and 2nd and 9rd, Bet icc £*BaiE.4DELI*flflIA. BOTTIER AND CORDONNIER. Nothing but the best French Calf-skin used here. All orders promptly attended to. Re pairing neatly done. Feb 26—ly THE BEST. CUSTOM WORK A SPECIALITY. The finest Boots, Gaiters and »Shoes, for Men and made by Youths, EBNEST SOPP, At bis Mammoth Emporium, No. 230 North NINTH Street, PHILADELPHIA. A large Btock of ready-made work open Tor ex amination and sale. «M»r 16 - y L arge quantity of FOR SALE 1 ! Apply to GEORGE COLLINS, apr 2—tf Sassafras Station, Del. Middletown Furniture Warerooms. JOSEPH U. E108 CHESTNUT RAILS K EEPS constantly on hand an assortment of FURNITURE suitable to the market, co» sisting of COTTAGE SUITS, BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, WASHSTANDS K Parlor and Dining Room Furniture, ALSO FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. COFFINS of nllkind8 and styles; Metallic Cas-. ket8 ; Patent Burial Cases to order. Jan. 4—tf Delaware College, NEWARK, DELAWARE, W ILL lia rc-opencd for the reception of Stu dents Wednesday, September 14th, 1870.. The Trustees of the College have secured a corps of competent nnd able Professors in tbe several departments of Instruct on, and students may pursue either the regular Classical Course, such us is tuught in our best Colleges, or if they prefer it may confine their studies to the Scientifis and Agricultural Departments, in which special attention is given to these branches of learniug, relating to Agriculture and Mechanical Arts. It is the design of the Institution to provide for young men a thorough practical education at a very moderate expense. For Circulars containing full information, ad dress WILLIAM II, PURNELL, A. M. mig »m Vrortttn!