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What having Mil«« » op the Urund „re rolled,
The) bui»tln Ipnv l«r ami title .
UBglilng iTcoi.» .. . . ».«.d. Ofl
gold,
Aad «urn b«tk, ibe wave to rid».
fla moini
soft South wind when striking j
•«cars,
neeaute it s »hatteicd by the utnst ;
V hile merry gnlet in lichen and hutk secure, j
Mftke grootes through which tiny w histling
paw.
*
!
our Irnmortnl aoul-hk w.n.l nnd wave.
Thus
When dreaming, gainst the world in thrown :
'Tie broken and in sad drifts ot thought* may
|
rtvo
In Streamlets made of algh and nioa
Eva
1I..W ft Camel :i»r iiiitdiDtv ni r
or Ai Nkkpla 'll»« |»;n.*»ge fioirt » lie*
New Tehtaimm, H is «main f«»r u unuu I,*
etc; Ins per pic.nil tiiatty good men who
hitvo read it literally, lu oriental eitles
there art* in the large gales Mttnll and very
low »petal ur«*«. culled
"ncwilcft cji*i*,' j
•Iowa on ahip hoard. an 1 lutll*' eye«
Thoae ontnuicea are !•»•* us»rr'*w f»r u cam
el to pass through them in tlo* ordinary
niatitier, or even if loaded. When n loud*
cd camel ha« to pa*« through otic of these
«'titrances it kneel« down ; it« load is re
moved, and then it shuttle« through un its
knee.«. f *Yesterday," ftvritos Lady !
Gordon from ratio, **l saw a cainel go
through the eye of ;t needle, that is the
low »relied door of an enelusure. IK*
must kneel, and how his head to creep
through, nnd thus the rich man must
hutnhic hiiitsiif "
metaphorically
► t n* we talk ..f win
■>ulT
TIIK OLD
Bank
STILL IN OPERATION,;
And Open for Deposits Daily.
-
fllillS is to iuf«
L opened the Old (tank a« a
CoNFRCTlONKItY AM» I **»: ClO.A.M S.ftLOON,
the public generally that I
fi tires t c
ou* Fruit»,
stir, at w !iob'*u|r und re
lu* found nt all time.« I Î .
W he
i the l»*«t b e Cte
!
fbctii
l»o»h foreign and il
tail. Also a fine assortment ot Cak
hand. A »luire of the patronage o*
"l
Retted.
F. II. RICK,
Middletown. Del.
June 14—ly
McWhorters
Patent Bagging, Weighing and Tal
lying Machine.
!
A
> t
W
P
Jj
H
4i
a.
Kxprtwly designed a*
albichtm nt lo TIIRKSil
VNO MACHINES.
The grain is bagged weighed and tallied au
tomatically, m>d no ntteiition iieressufy except to
Change bag» on Riled. Any de*ire<l amount may
to pul in the mt*M by adjusting the weight for
that purpose, which choke* off the Mow of grain
in «oital h mount* lor e ich sack, at the auute time
otlng the cloik or tallying medianism. u
kcapi aorrect count. Thêanmnut threshed
to ascertained ut n glare at any time.
It will perform it* work in all kind* of grain
with perfret case and without giving trouble. It
is durable nnd reliable, and wiiti our improve-;
ment» for the pre»cut season, we have no fear
Hint it w ill fail to please.
Our maehities for '.Ü71 »rebeing manufactured
Ly G. Westinghouse k Co, For I tirilier luirtleu
lart apply to F. S. McWIIOfvTKR,
June 3—4w P
hi.h
in
St. fSeorge», Del. i
A Valuable Farm For Sale.
^f^llR undersigned
1 Hale, the Farm
will di»|Hi«e of, nt Prit
io Kent county, Md.
Ly Frankly n D) re and occnpied by him , I»
formerly the property of Joe. ftlnlstorger, dec d.
It contains fro»n 28« to 27« acres. The building«
are all suitable and in jr*>d condlü
fencing of the best material and in Hue condition.
It is divided
and two Apple Orchards. The peach trrih ait
iu full bearing. The soil is highly improved.
The land is bounded on one side by Sassafras
Hirer and on another hr Pearce s Creek, naviga
ble Ihr lime bouts. This farm ;is within n
of Georgetown, a steamboat* lauding,
within n mile and a quarter of Galena. Th
perhaps,not a more ralitnldc farm In the county,
«f no greater nutntor of acret.
• GKORGi: VICKKRS, Truetcc.
Ckuttrioun, Kent co. kfd. June I, 1871—4w.
ned
, nnd the
Into finir field, and hat lime JVnrh
half
and
41 IXaTlIiri WORLD REioni
\J ad Panlqacoiilc SPEOTAULBS, tin
tué» I» uS. Tba pollir fata or I
«CM the) arc Ml, tha porltr and bnrdnrrt uf the
Material, tha beantf o( flniaa, and, not the lettt,
tha aciantinc accurnr) «ith whieh they „re ground
inllt than the moat dralrahle i)ieel*c!e ercr
irrior lo
ene with
»»y» :
hetlag Me glättet, Profeetor DeVinn)
lo the tbenlta of nil who wear epertn.
«I*
*•
it
a Ditpairh tagt •
SM*nor to an) nnw ln
aha pc the) ngSat and
1%t rkitadetfhia
•Thcae epectarleaan
parabnl
i She vlaMl
WARsSr,
lc In
, Jo. Watchmaker nod Jew
0 , Dal. sola agent for DeVlonv'a
[Junes—2w]
V
ft EYj
Wi
ft
•isr IS TBS WORLD.
lit.
SMYJ
I» m
* T
is«

c
- 't
*
ms
*
'
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Var OlNtM of Uw Thront ud Lap,
■Hk aa Oough,. Oolda. Whodblnc
ProbnUj nover befbn- I« thS whale lilrtnrj of
ÄÄlTÄSÄ
remedy for puliuomu y complaint*. Through a l<>ug
writit of years, and among u»o«t of Uw raeee of
I It haa risen higher
, as H has bwd fc
tlo«
better known, lu uniform
eharactor and power l*» cure U»c various affeciione
of Uw lunge and Ihn ml, have made it known as a re
liable protector against (hem. While adapted to
milder forme of iUmam- auil to young children, It le
at the tame lime the mutt effcruial reined} Unit can
be given
j
j
for lucipicnl eontuiupUong nod the dan
gunatt agcctioiwif (lie throat and longa. An n pro
rbiBhühh
! vision again-t
tw kept
attacks of Owsrp, It nbould
hand In every family, and Indeed as all
cold« noil cough», all
ivtilnl with Ihm antidote for them.
• M>l|lltlllH
Should be pro
Although seule«! C
curable, »till groat
f>N«i tmptloM Is thought In*
it»cr* of rn*r» w here the dl«
| Q.t-i cm in I nettle«I, Iw»ve t»«cn rumpltdaly eured,
d Uic 10111001 rwtorwl to rouwl health by the
Cherry iVrtsmf.
ver the «IlMirdcr« of the l.ting*
the m«u»l otmtinate of them \ leid !«• it. When noth
mg ehe could reach them, under the Cherry Pee
d di-ap|H*ar.
Hittyrrm *» hH PhMIc S/mikcr* find great pro*
tecti«iu fTom it.
roni|>l. in I. It. mailer?
<1 Tim,nt, that
tom/ they -uhaftilc
A nth
cured by It.
HninrhiH» I generally cured by taking Ihn
f'hrrrtf Vvrtnrn! In «malt and lrc«|iirnt iIoai-a.
For n * tHifih and »«•#«#, n<« tadter remedy
la* had. Take Mc.all three times u day and
put the feet in warm water nt night, until the
disease is limkcn up.
For litftnrnxtt, when it a/Trf t« the throat or
lung*, take the same course
For iri*90|af»Mp I'oHf/h, giro small dotes threo
or four times a day.
For Own/», give large and fVeijurnt doses until
the dl«
No fhtnlly should Ik* without the Cherry Peete
ml on liaud to protect them. In case of attack,
fYoin the nMvo complaints. It* timely use orten
► parrs the patient a great amount of mi 17. ring nnd
rl«k. which he would Incur by waiting until be
could get other aid. I'arent«, keep It in your house*
for the exigrnrie* that nri.se. Lives dear to you
may In- saved by it.
^*o generally arc it* virtue* known, that we need
Dot pul)li*h certificates of them here, or do mon*
than assure the publie that the best qualities it ever
poflucssed nre strictly maintained
Prepared by I»». J. Air.u A Co., Practical
d Analytical CtiemlM*, Lowell, Moss., and sold
all round the world.
always relieved and often wholly
Imrl. T.itmnn, Middleto
<1 by Druggist* nnd Deule
w here,
lor sale by
I. Del
Medicine
TV
K'. i f -b
Peninsular Machine Works
^
1
. - U
• i i"V
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE.
TAKE NOTICE.
PENNINGTON BROS.
U AYK the e
K< oi . out
•usiie right ..f Ne
Castle and
.. Del und Knit and Cm il
! • fiinti' «. Md
k* and attach the i
.p-D.
p r>. \\. invite the Inner !•>
id
IMPROVED REAPER FOR 1871.
W I Til l'Rt»P-DKI.I\ FRY. uh«',
I.RSS
e ofr. r for
superior t<» any
hi
*a|H - r introiluced here, for
Simplicity, Strength and Durability,
And i<|unl fur Lightuc«« of Drift.
PKNNINUToN HROS
other
apr 22—tf
DENTISTRY.
J. J. VANDKHFORD, D. 1). S.
Ur.ilH.lr af tk. Pr„i,., Irani« I ullrgr of
m:\ro. sitt(.i:it v.
DELAWARE CITY, DELAWARE.
lll'.t I UKM« »'« .
lion. n. Ci. S. Key, St. Mary's rn Md
lion II fi. Harri*, " " " '*
Col. C. Rillingslea, 11 " "
Dr. F. C. Neale. " " " "
Joseph II. K« y. K»n. *• 11 *•
Hon. II. T. Riggs. New Castle co. I »el.
Rev. John Patton. D D.
Ibv. .1. C. McCabe. D. D "
Hon. Ilir-i
Rev lie
in Met 'illoiigli, Cecil countv Md.
.•Matthews, " *• ' ••
lion. Geo. Karls, late Ass t. l*o»t. ticn'I.
may 13—tf
r.I»XEV UWOT III V IT!
FOB .«IC1IIT IS l*IUCKLKä.H I
Rut the I'ltuoM) . w t'»:crA(*f.KS
vill preserve it.
i
H«8 ? '
«04
IF YOU VALUE YOUR EYESIGHT
i SR Titran
PEREEl'T fEXSEX.
Ground from Minute CcyataI Pebble*.
.Melted together, nnd derive their name •• Din
nd on account of their iiaui>nr*m ami
They will Inst many years without
i bango.'nnd are warranted superior to all others.
MaiiutN' tured by J. K. SPENCER k Co. N Y
Cacwox.— N om- genuine unless Btnmpcd with
our trade mark.
Thdff. Massey, Jr. Jeweler, is sole agent for
Middletown, Del. (Vom whom they ran only be
ibtlticd. No Pedlars employed. [June lo-y]
1.IAXCV.
É.T. EVANS
A»JENT Füll
W. H. WANSEK
PEACH KING," OF NEW Y0RÉ,
WILL tr IX TIIK MARKKT TO »I 'T«tLL
Good Orchards of Peaches
Offered during the ensuring season,
apr 23—Imos.
TO 0ARPENTEÄ3 and BUILDERS.
Worden & F vans,
«HURRA, D1LAWAR1,
CaySTB AN» I1WIERS.
»AxrrAi-TTRRRa or
8 ASH, DOORS, MOULDING, BLINDS,
aV~FhOORIRn, r*AMR LUMRKH, »0 .Jff
All kloda of Rawing done. Machiner) made
and repaired. Iron work of all kinds.
The Inlet! improved lath machine baa been put
ïi'ïwsgrsc' - ss.a, w
»
II
JJIDK8 AND TALLOW WANTED!
flta Wghaotpflaas will ha paid at
T r® «nSSTna.
IIO! FOR SPRING.
J. F. ELIASON
H AS Just returned from the city with u large
and handsome stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
?
Consisting in pait
loi St
LAD IKS' DK ICSS POPLIN8»
ALPACA SK110K8,
IM-HCALES, CAMBRICS. STRIDES.
Plaids, &c. &c.
Spring and Summer Cossimeres,
LIKEN DUCKS & DRILLS.
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac.
I A l»l L.* ', MIASI.S A CIMI.DREN'fl
Boots and Gaiters,
ready v.i nr ulotihxu.
A\n
FUR SI STUN r, (10 uns,
G ROC Ell IKS, PROVISIONS, At.
And il
fa. I eve
hin?
My Kept in n fir«t
All of the ah
been bouglit from fin»* hands lor n»*t en»h. and
will be *o|d at the ve
••good* have
lowe»t prie..«
FOR CASH!
J F Kl. IASI IN,
Middlcl.
April M —tf.
. Del
PL H. KICK.
FERREE, ENTWISLE k CO.
Produce Commission Merchants
Berries, Peaches, Apples,
Poultry, <Scc.
CHAM UK US 8TRKKT
NEW YOKE
I MU
V \ AI.gKTI.NK.
•WIH! r.,
Silver and Plated Ware,
IlKKKUF.V'KS HV l'KR%tISSION *.
Il N Willit*. Kmj. Middletown, Del.
It K II
on. K«<|. "
lion Alex. Ilardcnstle. (Soidslio
. Md
W. I*. I.imleil. Kmj Wyoming. Del.
A. M. IL«»*. Ksu. Cashier N. River Itank.N V
John W arfield. Y.«\ Baltimore. Md
S S Wui.. tf A- r-.. New York
Chamber Street. May
Will remove to No. I Mu
l«t. 1871.
Feb 11
tf
AI. !•:. DICKSON,
No. r,I sol Til KHillTII STRKKT,
PIIILADF.LPIIIA,
UFAI.I It IN
WATCHES AND JEW KI.lt Y .
stil.li) STKIll.INO
Suitable for Holiday Present*.
N R Fine selection of 18 Kt. Wedding Rings
ltd Steel S|N*ctacles to suit
Gold. Silver
ill
ngi
i. 10—tf
MIDDLETOWN IRON FOUNDRY
AM»
MACHINE SHOP.
pi.MWS and
( 1 *a»ti
hand .
Machine Cnsting*
,de to order.
I*i\ « ti to Repairing Maelii
Ig>
>f all kind»
Partit ul:« r
•n . Cuidi for old I
Itctitio
WM I«. Rl'CKK A SUN.
•i Machinists.
Jan 4-tf
Founder*
DAVID T. STUART,
A TTOIÏXEY-A T LA 1C,
IXJVKB, DEL.
OFFICE North end of Court Hot
pCU- Special attention given to the collection
of claim«.
June 10—ly
JOHN OTTO.
JOHN HI T/.
OTTO & BUTZ,
WHOLESALE TOBACCO HOUSE
'
nml nianiifncMir.-i
..rail kintis uf
CIGARS,
No. 2 West Front Street.
WII.MISOTOS, DF.L.
June 17—Cm.
THOM.«.« M4SHIÎT, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER,
Muta» Mirer I, asrnrl) opposite Walker's Hotel,
MIddleloaTn, Pi-lawnrc
C l LOCKS, Watches. Jewelry, kr. h«*atly and
' promptly reparetl.
Alway* on hand and for sale, (Mocks. Wntches,
Plated Ware, Forks. Spoons, Silver kajAtii
Ring«, Silver Thimbles, Salt. Sugar and Tea
Spoon*. Ru»ii i Knives, Hold llriiist-Pins. Kar
nittg». Finger-ning*. Sleeve Hutton*. Watch
Chain*, Watch Keis, Key Ring*, Steel Watch
Chains. Ac.
AlIKNT mn
iu vixxrs srtcrACLES.
Doe. 12 —tr.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
J LST received, a rargo of VER I* SCPERiOR
COAL.
Stove.
Nut ..,
.2240 B<t
.2240 Bit.
AB ordert «ill n-reirr iirompt attenlion.
June 17—tf CMA8. T. STRATTON
(Jijetia, Del.
1 MoCORMICK REAPER,
NEARLY AS OOOD AS SEW,
fon SALK,
AT A ORKAT BARUAIN,
l.jr E. T. EVANS.
$7.60
June 17—2w
A FEW
Combined EXCELSIOR Machine«
FOR 8A1.K,
ON ACCOMMMODA TINO TERMS,
a
to rune out stock,
June 17—2w
b) E. T. EVANS.
TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALB.
Seed plants and trans
planted PLANTS,
FOR SALMl BY
W. M. PETERS,
Cnrwvtua Nomooih,
June 17—2* *
fjmlnvllle. Dal.
GRAND OPENING,
ENTIRE NEW STOCK. OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
-
•PHK iiibM-ril ere having leilted lh« etorc-houn
I- fi rmvrlr occupied In J. A.Bcvnnld,h8on«,
Ink, llii« method ul railing iIm at'cuiinn of Ihc
public l<> Ibrir large mid ««II «elected mock of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
FANCY IIOOIW, TRIMMINGS, HOHIKRY^
Gloves, Handkerchiefs; Ac. Ac.
Domestic Goods
ti
in great vnriely and of the tost nmk«. A large
nnd full uf ftiM'k
Ladies' and Misses'
BUTTONED 0AITERS A BOOTS.
Children * Shoes of all styles. A full line of
HARDWARE, CEDA RWARE,
QUEENSWARE, &o.
Groceries and Provisions.
CARI'KTS, Oll. CUVTHS, MATTINGS,
a
And in fact everythin? usually kept in n ftr*t
( las* country More, nil of which have been
le» ted with great rare and will Ik*
dd nt pri
THAT CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
We rmpectfullv solicit a
pnrehasiiig clwwhere.
ill liefore making
NO CHARUK
FOR SHOWING GOODS.
SCOWDBICK * mrilRAN,
Middletown. Del.
TKUMS : r,
a pri I l—tf
ert off for cash.
os. 5 |*cr
1871.
1871.
W. H. MOORE Ac CO.
UR.ftl.KR8 IN
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
IIAT8 Ac CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Gaiters, Queensware.
CEDARWARE, HARDWARE,
ME A TS and FISH,
GROCERIES,
I Carpeting,
Ready-Made Clothing, &c.
!
j
Invite the nttmtinn of the public to their Inrgc
d complete stock of Spring nud Summer Good*. I
ill la- »old at such prices that will defy !
ion. Do not forget to call when in town. |
Mav 20—2in
which
• OllllHtit
J. JL FOARD,
Middletown Delaware,
SOI.K AllKNT Full
j
El.IHl 1 JEPFKR80.V,
iN'i-w CJnstlo,
FOB TIIK ITHCIIASB (IF
UBIIX,
AND 8ALK OF
LIME, FERTILIZERS, SEEDS, Ac
OFFICK AT TIIK IJEI'OT,
Mnldlctow II, |)el.
I
jua 14—tf
GEO. W. STOCKLEY,
«I1H
;
HENRY W. COTTINGHAM.
I WHO LES A LE GROCER
AM» OK N KH A I,
COMMISSION merchant,
; No. 5 North Water Street,
Philadelphia.
UBFKKKNCK*.
Kx-f»overnor Rom. Seaford, Del.: J A. Rey
nold* k Hons, Middletown. Del.; W. W. Dn«hicl,
Laurel, Del. ; Win. Reynold*. Newark, Del. :
T. U. Culhrith. Dover, Del. ; J. Mcfionigal. Lit
tle Creek Lauding, Del.; Wm. J. Cooke, New
town, Md.
march 18—ly.
FARMERS AND HORSEMEN
TAKE NOTICE!!!
Improvement in Hone Shoeing
T the old wrll-knovrn stand of Cultortson k
Klinsoii. ELIASON k PETERSON, har
ing pun hasetl the right of Parks' Imumved Home
, nre now prepared to relieve all lame horses
nud those that are not Imue fn.m ever becoming
*o. We increase their »|8H-d. prolong their lives,
and make them
A
> '
» valuable, by the use of
Parks' Improvrd Horse Shoe. Also,Parks' Far
riery for wile, by
EU A.SON k PKTRR80H,
Middletown, Del.
apr 2ft—2mos
FOR SALE.
fiOOO CHESTNUT It A ILS,
1500
1000 LOOTST POSTS, Furnithed lo order, II)
JAS. W. VKAZBV,
Orllton, Md.
Orden w ill ha rerired at 111« Trantrripl tlfliee,
apr >2-If Middletown, Del.
POSTS,
FRENCH CALF SKIN BOOTS.
CHARLES H. SUTTON,
H
AVING rented the room above John T.
Hayes' Tobacco Store,
Middletown, Delaware,
lap re pa red lo nahe Roe stllehad boots equal [
cil) work. JW*Call and sea hint,
aprillb—Smoa*
to
b. d. mown.
USOWI a «ÀLLIOHBH,
U ( immu wm o. ». oinouToa. )
■aroRTiu op
PINS BRANDIES, WlNIiR, OIKS, AO.
RTS, WHEAT, AND SODKBOS WHISKEY,
No. II Booth 9th Ntnat, PhlbuMpttta
* ; na >VI, ■
v
V
form I he Fariner» (hat he is now prepared to fur
wltn the best combined Grain and
Phosphate Drill ever introduced into this roun
DELAWARE
GRAIN AND PHOSPHATE DRILL
nish them
iry.
It is very simple in constrartion : very suh
•tantially made up, has the patentso porcelain
wheel; is easily regulated, and ffunrnnlerd to
sow any find terry Aim«/ of mtrehanMdt Outmo and
Pkotphatr with the greatest unifurinity nod
curacy.
It has l»ren ttsed and endorsed hr over I ho of
our tos» farmers in this and the adjoining »Stale
of Maryland during the last two years (ISON and
1809) and, as will be show n by their written cer
ti tint tes now in my posscasion, bas given entire
*<iti*f<utinn.
Farmers within? these drills will please
dress W. X. HAMILTON, M I».
Odessa, Del.
Ur WM. T. SHAW k CO. Manufacturer
Wilmington, Delaware.
nd
TERMS:
Delaware Grain and Phosphate Drill,
S125 CASH.
N. II.—
Odessa, io n Hitch
with all its improvement* und in the most stile
stnntial manner, tu the Haims k Wood's or any 1
common grain drill now in use, nnd guarantee !
to girr entire satisfaction.
Farmers wishing the Attachment will plen»r
forward their orders n* soon as possible ax only
a limited number will lie furnished this season.
T EH MS —Delaware Phosphate Sower attach
ed old drill. $l.\ Cash : or
.10 days.
July I G —tf
also prepared, at at mv shop in ,
y Delaware Phosphate Sower !
approved note at
W. N. Hamilton, M. D.
Odessa, Del.
A. T. BBADLKV, Aobrt,
Middletown, Del
MIDDLETOWN STOVE HOUSE.
JOII^ IB. RODKHT8,
ffi.XKKS pleasure in nnnouneing t«* his friends
I of Middletown and surrounding country,
that he lias taken the Tin nnd Stove Store of the
lute 8. W. Roberts, nil« 1 , offers to the public the
largest and best selected stock of Stores, both
Cooking and Iloutlug. ever offered in Middletown,
and at price* that inuiiot fail to dlcase. Among
the assortment are the following
COOK STOVES.
1'A BLOB COOK, MONITOR
WM. i'KNN
I the city.
NIAGARA.
CORAL Ct »0K.
and otiier* made il
I.KHItill,
PARLOR STOVES.
DKW DROP,
CNlo.N AIR TfrJlIT
Ol'RI'ARLOR. î
Also, SKXTON S PARLOR HKATKR8.
BRILLIANT,
OAS Ili'RNING RASE,
PARLOR I.KillT,
Stove» of all kind.« suitable fur Stores, Office»,
d School Houses.
Also, the Morning Glory und the Oriental, both
tv and efficiency. They c
of ti»e proprietor.
Stoves und Ten-plate
Ilar-r
tinsiirpn«.«id i
be »«a
All sizes of R<
Stoves repaired at short notice.
Oiil Sto\t * taken in exchange.
I
in o)KTntiou at the »!•
^WrTIN WARK at wholnale
id retail. - ^
Being a practical workman, himself, lie think*
lie run give satisfaction to all who favor him with
Itleir work. Particular attention paid to Roof
id Spouting.
I "'K
|
CKnRtîKS, '
AT IIIS BRANCH STORK, ST
He has a large stock of Stoves and Tin Ware on
hand, and t» prepared tu fill all orders for
8TOVK8. TIN IV A It K. ItiMHING, 81'Ot TING. A.C Af
at the shorte»t notice
id OI
(lie best tel
P*- ORDERS SULICITKD.
JOHN 11. ROI1KRTS.
j au g 1.1, 1870— y
il. McCoy.
Wji, A. Rasim.
McCOY & RABIN,
<*f*ner;il t'oinmlNNlon .Uprilmnti,
No. 73 801 Til STItKKT,
Opposite Corn Exchange,
I B ALT J MORE.
Jill) 2—r
C. MAISEL
?
TAILOR, (From Paris),
I8'2I riirNtnul Mfrerl,
PHILADELPHIA.
may 21 — I y
u. HERMANN'S
Monunirntnl Marblr Work«,
f'arnrr Drl.w.r* >al I'nlou «ln.li,
NKW CASTLE, DEL.
Monuments, Marble and Enameled
Slate Mantels,
Furuihhed at short notice, à on reasonable terms.
It KPKIt KftM'EN.
M. M. CLIAVKU, PltlLir It. CUUK, AVDRKW KLIA«08.
Sept. 4—tf
NEW BAKERY,
IT NIDDLETOWI, DEL.
»•rill Bast Corner of Lake an« Broad »«reefs.
T IIK undersigned wishes to inform his friends
and the public at large, that he has com
menced the ll.ikiitg Business in all its depart
ments, nnd will keep constantly on hand,
Bread, Oakei, Crackers, Pies, Gandy,
And will supply Weddings, and Parties, with all
torts of Cakes at short notice.
He has engaged a first dam Baker to attend to
the business.
He will also continue the Painting Business in
all its Branches. FRANCIS TARONI.
March 0. 1869—tf
MAH8I0N HOUSE HOTEL,
North Writ Corner FagrNtit St. Paul St$.
orrosiTt lAaat-a'i city nom,
DALT1MORB.
laaar Albmrntom.PraprMw.
JMk*Thle It one of the mott pleasant and cen
ml location« in the city.
Jenner) 4, 1868—I)
TH0MA8 8. DUNNING, A, M. M. D.
Homœopathio Phyrioian,
Hne removed to old Trenterlpl Office on Mala
Street, Middletown, Del.
tiffin hour«, 1 to 9 a. w.
" " 1 Io I r. a.
« to 2 r. a.
dec 3—tf
HOW TO GE T RICH.
A Bun Quids to Honest Wesltk,
N°.
■sioeas or oot b« I coo. be a strtat
to rotas laid onl la this Book, be
STÄ,
Ion
eelllng book lo
Slagle
« «o p tai
AMm
cS
the
Mat postpaid aa n
cqW»«rMcsata.
""«A».
'«dpi *4—ly
■ .
TO THB PUBLIC.
T HE
the public Io hl«
snbceribar would call Um atteatioa of
Large and Well-Selected Stook of
GOODS,
Consisting in part of
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, GR00ERŒ8, BOOTS,
Shoes, Hate, Hardware,
Queens ware, Wood and Willow Waft, Kart hen
and Stone Ware.
FISH, MEATS, dfco.
And everything usually kept in a
FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE,
All of «-hlt-h have Uvn (elected will,
rare, anil will lie
»0L» AT PRICKS
IN ACTORDANCK WITH THK TIMBH.
Hire us a rail before purchasing elsewhere
11
NO CHAEGK
FOR SHOWING GOODS.
2
0
Charlea Tatman «T r
MIDDLKTOWN, DEL.
npr. 9—tf
FRANCIS DUGGAN,
St. G-eorges, Del.
MANt'FACTt IlKR Of
CARRIAGES
or ALL KIND«.
neat nml substantial man
Repuiiiiig done i
iter.
Patronage solicited.
id satisfaction gunrnn
teed.
Jan. 7—ly
,
j
LUMBER & HARDWARE.
J. B. FENIMORE & CO.
Opfonitb tux Depot,
MIDDLKTOWN, DKLAW A UK,
!
UKALRH« IX ALL KINUM or
Lumber and Hardware,
HHICKH, 1.1 MK. Il AI It, SASH. INHIIIS, III.IXHS
M0CI.U1N08, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS. ETC. ETC
1
Constantly on hand all kind* of
'Building Material.
January 1ft—-tf
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SHIRT.
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Send for self-measurement circular.
J. P. iHM'fJHTKN.
may 28-tf 410 Market st. Wilmington, Del.
DR. THOMAS H. GILPIN
f
Gradual* af ike Pcaaiylvaals «'•liege af
DENTAL M RCKRY,
A VINO located in 5Hddlctnwn. and suc
ceeded Dr. J. J. Vanderford. rcsjHi'fully
offers his professional services to the public.
Jl
URPKRK9(U.
Dr. T. I«. Buckingham, Dean of Pennsylva
nia College of IHuttal Surgery.
Dr. K. T. Darby. »06 Walnut street. Phlla.
Dr. Thomas II. Musgrove. Elk ton, Md.
Dr. II. H. Mitchell,
Samuel II. Foard, Esq.
Rev. Henry II. Mathews
march ft—tf
WALL PAPER.
H Ol'SK Keeper« In wnnt of Wall Paper,, go
lo Dvaxtaa'a, No. 2. Town Halt, who hat
on hand a large etock or the lateel patternt, and
will tall them at Philadelphia nnd New York
[n») l:i — 3 nioa
POSTS! P08T8II POSTS II I
T HE undersigned will furnlth while oak poale
or U) tige desired, to the publia al mode
mi* priese. K. R. ULRNITB,
npr 29—tf llendenon, Md.
Reference— J. P. Coahrap, Middletown, M.
FOR SALE.
O NE joke of Large Bad Weitern OXEN, well
matched, and pjécU) kind and gentle.
8old onl) for want of naa, aa tha* an without
(halt. WM. REYNOLDS,
Jana Mw Newark, Dal.
VICTOR GREEN.
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE,
MTt-T
Delaware Rail Read Line.
it.
serta.
\ j Ä fhitsdstphia
It I» RalUmore
jl St Wltwtastoa
II tS C'aaite
a. «. n. ».
• at R«n
ISIS
R m ass
U SM
h« rn
!0 M 7 S7
11 OS y |0
it is r sa
Il M T SA
II M 7 4fr
Si a
tv
If U 7 SO
Laurel
ktmfmrd
Brtigevll|e
I »
Î
11 OS gear,
a. a 11 II Redaey
7 OS K I ft weed
Oweaw
PirmlnslMi
MtlhkH
Narrlngloa
7 m ttm lit. riMMwi
7 m 12 40 MhMIélawa
7 SS If SO Tnwnarad ,
MlackHrd
Canterbury
Wæérfd»
Wyemtag
Iterrr
1 OS
T SO
7 II
I IS SMMfrai
I 34 Clay ton
I 40 «aatvs
1 4S Hwyma
«00
a to
Hrrnlbrtl
« 1ft
■ «.
«04
M
Clay ten
1 M nrmM
Rtt
it ss a it
SsiMlrai Read I SO
f no
Hlackbint
Tovnoml
JUiddletmm
Ml. PUasanl
Kirkwood
Rodney
Itmr
1 Ift Meorton
I* l»over
3.14 Wyoming
2 44 Woodrt.tr
3 00 Cnnirrbtirr
.1 04 Friton
3 14 Harrington
•13» Milford
3 33 » ..rmlngton
(irrrnwnod
8 44 Hrldyrr ill«
4 24 Hraford
IjMIrrl
• to IVImar
S 40
32 ni» • 44
If 10 « 34
13 80 « 44
If 40 « bfi
12 44 u an
12 40 so«
I 10 S 24
3 44
0 M
9 14
B ■
9 30
a io
8UU- Road
y 44
s a
S. CftctU
asaivc
Witmimpmn
rkilad ».
1 20
I ■
10 14
11 4ft
î U
8 o»
2 IS
Jtefffater
04
2 40*
kkw r*stis Tsai*» -Leave New c*»«lr f., r Wllminr
ten and rtdtiwtrl|*hin at 7 40 A M. lente I'lilIndvIpbiN nt
11 44 M Mini Wlluilniri«.ii I 00 P M for Nr« C« |] ff
ÎF
Thai*» — A<t.lld*>n»l
for *m> rn* » 40 A. M. m.d 2 OC P. M
la-ave Smyrn* for Clayton II 3ft A M »„.I 7 3ft V M. to
naWe eonneettona with train« to and from fNievr, and »ta
lion* *outh •
PR Kid HT TRAIN, will» P*«*enger C« nttnebed, le»ve
Witmlnglcn 12 44 ft. M : New C««lte, 1 20; Middletown,
2 .30' T«wii*etid. 2 44, Clayton, .1 2» p..» «•. . 4 Oft , Ifty.
omlng. 4 1ft; Felton« ft 00 Harrington, ft 2ft ; Farming
ton. 4 40; Itriitgr ville, « 14 . *.afoul. « 40. Laurel 7 14 .
and arrive nt Delmnr at 7 Nft. a m. Pu«»en?ers
leavin? Philadelphia at 1130 e. m will make
dose connection with this train at Wilmington.
Itcturning—Will leave Delmnr, .1 ;u r m.; I .au
tel , :t .MS: Seaford, 4 20; Hridgevillr, 4 , r .O; Far
mington. r» 2'» : Harrington, T» 4."»: Felton, « 11 :
Wyoming, 0 45; Dover, 7 05 ; flay ton, 7 045
Townsend, 8 20; Middletown, 8 40; Kirkwood,
0 05 : New Castle, 9 35. nnd arrive at Wilming
ton. Io ini r. m. Philadelphia. 11 ;to p. m. and
Baltimore. :t 5o a. m. Subject to delays incident
to freight biudncs*.
This train will stop to tnke up pnnoengers only
at stations nnnird, but will set down pa«»engers
at any stopping place, Kxcgrr Hare's Corner,
State Hteid, Rooney and I)ii|M»nt.
C0NNKCTION8.
At Townsend, with the Kent County, and
Queen Anne's k Kent Railroads for Kennedy ville,
Sudlersville and intermediate plaie».
At Clayton. wi»li M. A I). It. It. for Kastou
ami intermediate place*.
At Harrington, with J k It. Il.lt. for Milford,
Georgetown. I^we» nnd intermediate place*.
At Seaford, with I». k 1». It. It. for Federn ls
hnrg and Cambridge. k>\
At I»elmar, with K. S. It. Tt f«»r Salisbury,
Anne. Crii-field; al*o for Berlin and otli
er stations on the W. k I*, it. It.
M»y Jo— ly
S»1l»t tin
tlioM ihnrp
Will Irav* cl*}
II. F. KK.VXKV, 8up*riiiti-ii«lrnt.
Kent County Rail Road,
, rpilK Kent County Rail Itoad bring completeit
j A to Kutmedy vilfe, train.« w ill run daily, »Sun
•pled, ) fur freight and passengers, I»®
lisend, wlu-re elo»«
'onneetion will l»e made with train* of the Dela
ware IL IL commencing on
dm*
tween kt him d w illc and T..u
MO XI) A F, OCTOHEtt 24M, 1870,
! And
ill nu
folio
* tiiMil further notir«:
in*, s;f
w WIT.
l-.M I
V
r m.
8 00
Vandykes i I 55 8 15
lv ville
K
I
• send II 4<
lll.M'k .
1 alt till»
.Miuom-) »
Morris'
e
1 25 Morris'
I In Ma.-M-y'«
I 55 Lumbnon'* 12 :tu
12 40
a linn v
Kenedy ville 12 .*»0
8
li
8 25
H I
I
8 35
dyke's 8
V
lllllek .*
v ►
Tow iiseud
2 10
8 :i5
Passengers from Kennedy ville, and all slationf
on the Kent County Rail Road, will reach Wil
mington at Io.l5. a m. Philadelphia at 11.45, a
m. and Baltimore at 1.0ft, e. m.
Passengers for the Kent County Railroad, will
• ( President Street De|*ot) at 7.25,
a. M. Philadelphia (Depot corner Broad *t. and
Washington Avenue) at 8.30, a. m. and Wil
mington at lo in, a. M.
A Stage will run tot ween Cluster town and
Kennedy « ill«-, making < lo»r
train» Fast and West. It will
at ft.30. a. m. und returning, h
arrival of train, und reach Chesterton n about
2.30, v. m.
apr 30—tf
leave Haiti
nertion* with
■Cluftertown
Keiincdv villa
J R WING ATK.
Chief Ktig'r n«.d Sup't.
1871. NEW STOCK 1871.
or
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
P AY CASH, and buy your goods at the Cash
«Store, where all guild, are *oid at cash, and
not nt Cor 12 months prices. We have just re
ceived and are opening this week our new stock
of Spring nnd Summer flood*, bought for cash
and are selling them at a small advance
FOR CASH I Î
Or Country Produce. Wt ofTer firent Ilar
gaius in
Oarpeta, Mattings, and Oil Cloths,
A large assortment of Mena and R^i
FINE READY MADE CLOTHING.
Great bargains in 1 1res« Goods, Alpaca»,
Delaines, Grenadines, Prints, Fine Cam
bric, 8trlped and Plaid Muslins. Bar
gains in
Cloth«, Caasimerea A Summer Wear
Great bargains in Bi»ots and Shoes, .Men's Fine
Calf Hoots and Gaiters. Coarse Plow Shoes,
Hal. and Lace Roots, Ladies', Mis»..»', Hoys'
spd Children's Button l.aced and Gaiter
Rpot|, Women's Shoes, without heels.
fsnp<d Fruits, Pickels Chow-Chow à Msccaron
HATS AND CAPS,
.«hint nnd Drawer«, Window Rlindi * Curlaiaa
Lnlirttlor Herring and Mackerel, bbli. | bbla
*•* A II |iertont in want of goodi will plenea
rail nnd ritniig^ nur slock aa we arc determined
to mH good, low for i
Agent* ftr Dr. Itogert' Magnetic Oil and
Liver Pilla. S. R. .STEPHENS k a),
apr 21 —.It Middletown, -Del
JOHN YOLET,
FRENCH BOOT A SHOE MAKER,
NO. Ill EXCHANGE PLACE,
Bauten Vkulnul amt Walnut and 2nd and 3rd
PHILADELPHIA.
BOTTIRR AND CORDONNIBB.
Nothing liul the he,I French Calf-efcin cteil
ben. All oidcn prompt)) attended to.
pairing nantir done.
Peb 26—1)
ARCH STREBT HOUSE,
)jro.l,ArohSt.
e. w. LOCKS,
Proprietor.
march 4—If

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