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felt wsrt covered with tbs slioc, or mors •omelly »peeking, the sandal. Its ooo ■trnctiou was very »impie, a sole tioil a rotind tbs foot aud sable with thongs or ■traps sailed shoe-latchet. At first these Miss wero of wood, eoarss aud clumsy, bat answering tbs purpose for which they Were deeieed—protection to the feet from the hot sand, and front the fliuty stone which parts what are called the roads, bat are net really much more than bridle paths iu Syria, it was tbo duty of the Servant to carry these for bis master, to put them ou, and to take them off. To do this signifies inferiority, as all who arc acquainted with the ancient history of tho Hast already know. The putting on and pnttiug off of shoes and the transfer of them, have hud certain meanings with different nations. In Hraxil, to wear a shoe is a aigu that one is a free man. A slave goes barefooted in that country conveying property, tho Jews took sb oo and gave it to the purchaser. In times of great mourning they indicated t teir grief by appearing in ilia atrect bare foot At their solemn feasts, on entering a holy place and in the presence of their superiors, they kept their heads covered, hut removed their sandals. The latter custom is still observed by the Orientals. Hat shoes gradually became ornamental, as well a* useful and symbolical artiolcs, and they have iu many countries varied from reign to reign in shape and adorn ments. Wealth lias been di-played in their decoration other articles of dress. In the old Komau triumphs the conqueror appeared iu buskins embossed . will, pearl* Kvett tl.e barnario Huns , paraded their »poll, on .her feet : the shoes »I Alarm, tlieir chief, were studded with gol I and precious atones llut poor Montestima of Mexico carried this kind of axtravagauci to its height, f>r the very soles of his shoes were of solid gold. Man have shown quite as much vanity as women in the adornment of their feet. In the latter part of the reign of Klisabeth, and llio first part of her successor's the courtiers wore hoots aud spurs with a kind of bell attached, which jingled at every 1 I rosettes aud : In off » nil »! step. There was an age o lung-pointed to«» attached to tho knoo by ; ■liver eliaui», ami of immense buckles, on i which a man might spend a fortune if he ; chose Kxtravagunee in lltcso was car- I ried to »ucli a height tba' diamonds were sometimes »et in tin- buckle». A portrait | of Cliarle» I lias white «alin shoes with ; rosettes At the christening of Charles i II. the stale robes were of white satin, set ! off with crimson, and crimson sloijiings ' were worn. When the Karl of Noilliuni- j burlaud went in great state to meet the f James IV. of Scotland. , youn« (|Utf bis hoots t with gold. M it were «»f black velvet, wrought The royal bridegroom wore acarlet atoekiogs. Scarlet and critnmm aeetii to have been th«* favorite color«. At ! the present time such lliirg. would be , , r , .. looked upon ns rather sliowv for gentle men. Even th** gn*«it Eox w»»ru red heela, like the dandy of hit» day. Marie An toinette di«pht)ed "rent ta*»c nnd enre in selecting her ahoea, njoieing to act off her beautiful foot to advantage- -that foot wliielt at last pmaed tho scaffold. It i* «nid that when liar body w:ih taken from the scaffold, one of her little «hoes fell off, and was preserved ns a memento of the queen by the person who chnuccd to pick it op .—■lAiHtlon Nn i. A oircu» in Cnlumbia, S. C., wa» pa r.uling the »tri-cl» of tire- town aad nearing I lie Slate House, where the Legislature •as iu session, » colored member rose writh exilement, "I say. du show i» coin in', I move« di» resolution —dit dis hon orable body move» tu de wiudor to see do •bow pars " A little girl at school read thus; ''The widow lived mi a small limbacy left her by s relative." "Wliut do you call the word'f" asked the leaelirr ; "the word is legacy not limbacy " "Rut Miss John son." said the little girl, "pa says I must say limb, not leg." BLATCHLEY'S Improved Cucumber Wood Pump. B . TA8TELK88, Durable, Kffi jcleiit and Cheap. The beat Pump _ffor the leafit money. Attention ueciully invited to Blntchley # P»t Itnproved Bracket and New Drap Cheek Valve, which can l*e withdrawn without renioving the Pump or di*tur Ding the joint». Al*o Iht* Copiier C'ham ber, w hich ntver cracks will outlnit any other. For »ala by Deulera everywhere. Send for Cata logue and Price-List. it r* ent »cales, and OfVAS. 0. IU.ATail.EV, MTr, 506 Conmcrn* .St, Philada., Pa. fm* For Sale by J. B FKSIMORB k CO., Agent», Middletown, Delaware. Oct. 12—ly 100.000 OSAGE ORANGE PLANTS, I and 2 years old, of good size. 90,000 Brandywine Raspberry Plants TofMhar with other smatl (Fuit plants, all far Ml* on reasonable terms. Also, Choice Early Vegetable Plants, (la large or small quantities), In season from Hot Bed and Gold Frame. HENRY CLAYTON, Ml. Plsnsnnt, Del R. I. Cotxuax. Jonx Nix. COCHRAN & NIX, WHOLESALE Merchants, AJTD PRODUCE. M ■- r. m. *-> r. 1868 WANTED. Phosphates. &r. Diamond StatO QrOUlld Botl6 Th< hnn , UotM , t br „ article, la tl.r m AT Win. » RAWBONE WRRMMMM STANDARD GUARANTEED «••lût. MANUFACTURED BT WALTON,WHANN& WILMIN G TON,PE L DEPOTS: jj ST rtoNT **StU T L J oj « WHARVES. CHARIES street, baJP St Th* success of thin renowned Fertiliser in all -tiona of tha couutrjr prove« it to bo the Befit I'ofifiotfiing ivian Guano, and Cheapest Manure in the market, nil tlie? active properties of Bure Peru together w ith the more durable qualities ot Dia »! lived Boo««, it is unsurpassed in ita effect» ail crop«. We a I no manufacture our justly celebrated DIAMOND STATE BONE MEAL, 1 iket. lilt I free on application. WALTON. WHANN & Co. SOLE MA Sl'FA CTCRKRS , •mace, 28 South Wharves, Philadelphia. 203 \V. Front Street. Wilmington, Dal. 07 8. Calvert Street. Baltimora. march 30, 1872—l.r BAUGH'S ; RAW B0N£ SUPER PHOSPHATE i ; I | p,.; vl 00 tier «000 W>«., ; i ! pit- s, w Material ' J7| , j „/ April, ea ,i,e,l ,.nlii ; fern,», We narranl the slamlard of our Raw lions , Phosphate to he of a hitther grade than before. No consignments w ill he made at OP' LIME, it id. Cath. Standard highly improved and war n*tr New Work» now in operation. d in manufacturing.■'•B litt Of A, tit "»/«/ fl "r t i ir ii der ! Hon Mitcru! rutufitnn« rs. ran rnnlinuc to sell at our It i.- not cetti ro tht a Jr nrcffcut red need price _ _.i< 1 friend« gru Irudo and in err used C "Mlmnli I rally lor ibeir eun j j id ibo furnish iVc r GROUND RAW BONE WAUItANTEP I't'RF.. At $45,00 per '2000 Iht., rath. Orders I'nr fall iraiic ns r«qursird lo b« trly aa po«fiible. It aa BAUGH & SONS, No. 90 Koalti Delaware Avr. I*lilladelplita. July 20—tf. ASHES ! Umlaked Dry Wood Allies, from Partie« want P un*, th« Baltimore Brick Kilns, ing can apply to 8. M. nFYNor.ns. Middletown, Del. to WII. KEVNOl.lbS. Newark, I>tl. Nov. 16—tf. (^iirri;igrr>. CARRIAGES. CARRIAGE^. G RF.AT inducement» are offered to |>er»ons wanting good carriages at ALEXANDER & SON'S Caii'inge Works, DELAWARE CITY, DEL. They wish to inform their old emtomers and hand nnd the public generally that they have make to order CARRIAGES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION, and warranted In hr of Ihr hrel quality, which Ihr, offer at reasonable prices. Ila.r I»—J PRANCIS DUGGAN, St. Georges, Del. HaiiuracTciuic or CARRIAGES or ALL HIM. ■UfoWof dome In a nest aad substantial -ft n. t—ly. KNABE PIANOS! "JC *'•- «•<"£ s 4 . c it e **' Marshall ami Smith's Pianos, C. Mevrs' Pianos, J. Bauer's Pianos, and others. Prince k Co.'s Organs, Smith's American Organs, New England Or gans, Stools and Covers. Sold for cash or on Monthly Instalments, onlv by Robelen k Bro. Wholesale and Retail Agents for Delaware, and Dealers in ! all kinds of Musical Instruments. Strings Ac. Ac. Sheet Music, Church ami Sunday School Books, Instruction : Books for all Instruments. Send for Illustrated Catalogues and Priee List to ROBELEN & BRO., 710 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del. CARPETS. CARPETS. We are now prepared to exhibit to our customers our SPRING IMPORTATIONS, OF CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, h,i CE C I'll T.Hal'S 9 A Nil I phohln v (xooib, Wltioli »re offered nt prices, und in .»i vies nnd not he excelled in this or anv other market. qualities, that can GRANVILLE WORRELf -*> 220 and 222 M rk?t Street, Wilmington It Feb 29-ly i i itsiK K. .VI OO El id, Manufacturer of FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. A LARGE A." OHTMKNT OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ON IIANl MADE LI* IN THE LATEST STYLE \ND REST MANNER. ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OF PIECE GOODS, for Order Work. 228 MARKET ST. Wilmington, Del. Apr 22—ly MIDDLET0WNJT0VE HOUSE JOHN II. noniiUTH, fPAKKH plenstire in announcing X of Middletown and aurrounc that he baa take*« the Tin and Stove Store of th« Inte iS. W. Hubert», «ud offer« to the public the larffe-ct nnd best «elected 8to« k of Survey , both Cooking and I lent in t*. ever offered in SfT' and nt price» that cannot fail lo dlcual. the luaortuieut hit the follow ing to hia friend* linp country, >8 COOK STOVES. NIAGARA, CORAL COOK, and other» made in the city. PARLOR COOK, WM. PKNN, MONITOR LKIHOll, PARLOR STOVES. BRILLIANT, (JAM 111'UNI NO IIASK, I'AItl.i HI LIGHT, HEW DROP. IN ION AIR TIGHT OCR PAItLOIt. Also, SEXTON S PARLOR IIEATKR8. Stoves of all kind» suitable for «Store», Office*, Bar-rooms, and School House«. Also, the Morning Glory nnd the Oriental, both unsurpassed in beauty and efficience. They be seen in operation nt the store of the proprietor. All «fees of Bar-room Ptorcs and Ten-plate Store.« repaire«! at short notice. Old Stoves taken iu exchange. Aff*TIS WARE at wholesale nnd retail. Being n practical workman, himself, lie thinks he can give satisfaction to all who favor him with htelr work I articular attention paid to Roof mg aad Spouting. «-aa ßm- ORDERS SOLICITED. JOHN B. ROBERTS. aug 13, 1370 —} CA1ID. ROBERT S. WILDS, Formrrljr of Kent County, Marth rul with JONES' CLOTHING OO., 30« MARKET STREET, PHILA. Immense stock of Superior fleady-mnds Cloth ing, nnd place Hoods made to order. Jnnlt-3moi NOTICE TO POULTRERS ! T HE hlgbeet cash prices paid fbr Tnrkejrs, Oeeac, flncks, Chickens, Eggs, Dried Fruit, and all kinds of fore, b^ _ W. 0. WALKER, 0» »( l ie Pennington's Machine Shops, or at Sawdrek k Cochran « Store, Mid IlMowg, Del. dll. 38— «OM. MIDDLETOWN ACADEMY rirst-Ciu»« Hontrilng aud Day ftf'llOOl* rAirnr. nunsox a. wtMiii, a. m. Prisripsl «lid lastractur in ihc Hlglttr UrsuotiM MRS. MARY WOOD, pressptress of «lie Primary lirpartuisnt. MISS MARY f. tiAZt.AV, French anil Knxlish l illralurc. MlffS CKblA A. \VUIID, Ai.islnnt in the Aindemiral U«|i«iUDenl. MISS I.IZ7.IK IILAi Kl.iTON, Inatrumental Music Piauo and Organ. ß*' For full information relating to the school «end for a Catalogue. HUDSON A. WOOD. A M. Principal, Middletown, Del. Sept. 21—tf. . HERMANN'S 1 a MoBU«n«>ntal Hnrble Work« Corn.r Dtliwan and lulon Sir«. ta. KKW CASTLE, DEL. Monuments, Marble and Enameled Slate Mantels, Furaiibud at short notlrt, k reasoaabls tsrmi nKrCRKHCK*. m. n. niavxn, rntt.tr a. OLaxx, asnasw tuaaon Sept. 4—tf NEW HOTEL At Townsend Delaware. TOWNSEND HOUSE. O l'EX June 1st. 1372, will accommodate tht Iravelllog public nnd permanent boarder« at eery reasonable rates. Tha bar will at all timet ba stocked with choice wlues. liquors, To hnten and flegart. Fin-- nvafm ig seasun. Hoping by alrlcl attention to buslnew to meril a liberal, (bare of the public patronage generelle . JAMES C. TOWNSEND, Proprietor Jane «— ly. «pediral. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring to Grey Heir ita natural Vitality and Color. A dreoimg which la nt once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving the hair. It toon reitorrt failed or gray hair to itt original color, with the gloss and frtthnett of youth. Thin hair is thickened, fallen hair checked, j and baldness offen, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore tho hair where tho follicles nro de stroyed, or the gland« atrophied and decayed; but auch ns remain can bo saved by thin application, aud stimu lated into aetivity, so that a new growth of lmir i» produced. Instend of fouling tlm hair with a pa«ty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. It» occasional nso will prevent tho hair from turning grey- or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Tho restoration of vitality it gives to tho scalp arrest» and prevents tho forma tion of dan Irotf. which is often so un cleanly and otVeiihi to. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and inju to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not bann it. If wanted „..•rely f»r a HAIR DKKSSINO, nothing else can bo found »■> desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet last» long on the lmir. giving it a rich, glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume. ! : ri Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., <1 Analytical Chc«ul»U, LOWiXL, 31ASS. f II AS T ATMAN. Middle*.■ :». IM. Practical For Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For the relief and if all derailp«** It. il..« ..t in* ar I cl». They ar- a mild d "I e. lhnt j irpaflvr. ll-lnp purely v.po contain r r.itn Much . table. ■ •rul wt I« fdekt Inp I» prevent tbilr tlnadj .tiiited. M*rl • un cd I lv idsouhl I :• ' ..I i.-ihr, t.vetl til. n I th lUlt» vBit which By their < tin* P'trruplb or. . and every fa f..r the r prott'Cil !*ong cxp«*rh « to t** I ' I twral Of Hi« market abound», th • IiIjii-I I« pu tom e*|ndl • !. o'j.»lrtiri wtioU* ina«*hln»*rv of htf activity. and diiffpNh nr •tlm'ilAD'd Into I« Cllfi iunal um>, -I I ho «»• I. and tho •'••t tu Ita healthy h tmeomo clogpi-d vr*. lulls, and rim« Inripb nt dl»c#»n 1 lut. « heiiDIt. tin* value t I uhlrli rhntipe tho v:mt tnlt'imd . rpnn* \*l ! as ii :t It ud 1 ■ **k led Their fi tak.-, it ml pit length nd jMTf^ctly iiiiltl, and hardly 1 <• mike* ttuMii |d.-a»tmt virlttr* unimpaired lor •ut fre»li. B. -■ V, their of time. liable that they Altliottph M-arehlnp. they without dlffturbance to tlio vmratttutlon, rate X all '"ï'«;R h d Ibr the f«d <m the wrapper In n« a Family I*l»y*le, Dtp cuitiplalnt*. w!»lch tlii'Hi k!'** ! reft I > ti-.• them , i rapldlv For I ».Vi** lie«*. l.atlK» 1 i or litillffeotinn, I.Utle«*. itnd Lu»» ihhI> rtt »*■!)• it« I enlthy t« I of Appel lie, tll**y to »tlrmilati* the »tune i »houltl If tuk ; Ion. Colic nd artiou. I ll< , ..ri. Mi k i Slrkti»»*»», 1*11 vrra» tley »ltetild »ymp Ilend I.Uer C iiiiiiim rtiei II« »tin. I««-, Itill • I III! 11(11« I d Dill I If lii«llelo«»ljr tak. m**»M*d action or ■ •v.* the obâtnictlon» which it. fllarrltma, l»ut I or |»v»«.ntcry cntld do««* I« jj'-iu rally r<N|ulr«-d. Ithrm»ati«i»i. Uniit, «irnrcl, «»f I Itt* Heart, l'iilii In tlio •1 l.olll«. they »hull'd be coiitlli* nwjulred. t<i chmiRo the dlsea«<'d • trui. With fuel i change tho«« dU«p|M*nr. rul* For mid I»ro|»«lrnl Svvrltln*«, tho eff et « f a Xtiffilc ilm' 11 "" n lartr» d«»*e h.nild tx> tho de-lnd ♦ ff*ct bjr «yin ■ittation Hl.le ... Du« k. uou-dy taken, action of the complaint* For l»r. they should to produce For Km y im*** I r tak«.»». ''*ÀV. in,, promote «lI(fe*tlon and relieve the »tomaeti. An occa*tonn| do*«* »tlnuilate* the »tomnrh «ntl His* appetite, and Invigorate« tha lienee It I« often ndvantag ho ffertou« derangement » xlrt*. • tolorahly well, often ftndv that n <!*»»*• <*f tliewi JUIIm make* hint feel decidedly U-tter. from their uva'Ang ißtct on tho digaffUra lUlls to IUII. tnk bowel«, •y* t«m. > «li.-ro ho feel» cleaning aud apparat us. apparat us. i-ncpAitHi' nv Ur. J. C. A Y F!l .€• CO., I'mettral Chsmists, 1.Oil'Ll.1.. MASH., V. H. A. ron »am: by ali. DnuaoiaT« i;vr«vwnKR£. ( HAS. f ATMAN. Middletf For fiitlv by i. Del. John k. aviutd:, VETERINARY SURGEON Middletown, Del. I Odlr* over J. T. liny cm* Tutin« < »tor*. We the undersigned, residents «*f »^t *• ge* Hundred, respectfully recotuiiietid to th er* of vitlunbe »lock the »ervires White. We have employed him in cult case«« nod found him tf» have « thorough know ledge of all diaeiue* that i»liH*k are »uhjei t to:—George W. Kurvner, Samuel Fetiitnorc, L. V. Anpril. W Kennet, William P«»lk, Daniel j Steren», W. ('orbit, Daniel ('orbit, Jonathan K. | William«, F. T. Perry. S. M Kims. Hcrick F. ÄTÄ'wtvÄÄ 1 »: j n Ji>ht> F. i v difli Hamilton, M. D., R. W. Cochran, .Samuel Pen ingtou, Tho A. Nowhind, \N May 4—tf. H. A. Perkins, H. Dudley, R. R. Cochran. Cochran, SPECIAL NOTICE TO LADIES! MRS. JOHN RUCH AX AN, M. !>., Profrerer of MiDwtncHv, devotes niannal attention to the treatment of Diseases of WOMEN AND CHILDREN She has been 30 yearn in active practica and cured over 30,000 cases of Diteasr, peculiar to Woman. Sh» solicits ifißcull erùnie nnd generally con sidered incurable rate*, awl guarttnirr* a sti/r anil Rltrrth/ . /r Her INFAUHLK GOLDEN PILLS, for Irr,;/ut<mlit*, can be procured at Iter cfl- e, or sent by mail, $5 .<10 per box. Ladies affiicled, please call Upon, or address Ma» J. BUCHANAN, M. D.« Omet» Phivat*—514 PINE St. Phil., |»n. Hour s from 0 a. m. to 0 e. m. pm Clift this out fir future referents. Oct. 19 1871—ly. r* FOR EXCHANGE. S EVERAL Fine Properties In Philadelphia fbr Farms In Dein« nr nnd Maryland. Those wishing to sxchanga tan do well by ailing on UEO. W. INGRAM, JnnlB-3moi Middletown, Del. JRfdiral •T. hV V % THE OllKAT REMEDY FOR CONSUMPTION which can bo cured by a timely resort to this stand ard preparation, ns has been proved by tho hundreds of testimonials received by the proprietors. It is acknowl edged by many prominent physicians to lie the most preparation ever in .1 for tho relief and cure of all Lung complaints, and is offered to tho public, sanctioned by the experience of over forty years. When resorted to iu season it sel dom fails to effect a speedy cure in the most severe eases of Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma, Colds, Sore Throat, Pains or Sore ness in (lie Chest and Side, Liver Complaint, Bleeding at the Lungs, &c. Wistar's Balsam does not dry up a Cough, and leave the cause behind, as is the case with most preparations, but it loosens and cleanses the lungs, and allays irritation, thus removing the cause of the complaint. j ; reliable troduccc . l ltt.l kltt I» BLTII W. F0WLE k 80N8, Boiton, Mm.,, And aold bv Druggist* an J Dealer» generally» . !•:. 1 ). BROWN, liiion \ \ g tu.iGin:n, IMiMHt ri.il'* or FINK BBANIIKS. WINKS. CIN5, kC. RYF., NV I ; i Aï, AM» i:»»ri:!ïn.N WHISKEY, ; 11 South tub Sir m-i. I HiUdvlphia. N J.tr. 2v On] 6 oo (hi and (Orotrrirs TO THE PUBLiC. j MMIEiubv- ri' er a. 4 rail the nttsntiun of ' 1- th« public to bis ^ Largs and Wcll-Scloctsd Stock of j G O O I) S , Cuiuiating ii I'HC "f DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS,! Shoes, Huts, Hardware, j (^uccnsuarr, \Ym»d and Will «I Slone Wat«. i Ware, Knrtben FISH, MEATS, &c. everything tuually kept in n A i FIRST CLASS COUNTRY STORE « AU ol taliU'h ha< Li •levied nith rill la* SOLD AT PRICKS IN ACCOHPANCK WITH TUK TIMBS. Give us » call t,store psrdmsing elsewhere NO CHARGE FOB SHOWING GOODS. Charlo-s Tutinnn. Jr. t j | '^: r noors ^ $,5 ° cnJ c >™* vi:\ri\r kid gloves, iocis. io si.oa. j HOUEXS AXD CHILDRENS Sl.OES, ml GRADES AXD l'RICES, LADIES DRESS GOODS, LARGE VARIETY OE CASSIMERE8, LONG AXD 8QVAHE SHAWLS, IIRO H'.V AXD RLE ACHED MI'S LIN, WOOL AXD COTTON FLANNELS, GOOD /A GRAIN CARR FT, C,o It 65 rti. GOOD HEMP CARPET, :m tu H7J rti. WHITE AND (ill A F III. A XK ETS, LAP ROUES AXD HORSE HI.ANKETS, LARGE ARCHED LOOKING GLASSES, INSERTING AXD EDGING. MIDDLETOWN, DEL. i apr. B—tf NEE! SEE I! 2.25 to or READY MADE CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS. ALL KINDS Of GROCERIES POLL LINK OP Hotion«, Hardware and Qneenawaro. ftt- As good a flawing Machina as Int he market : much below the otnal price ; eeery e warrantsd for «es yean, fbr Sale and In Hire easy terms. Liberal discount fbr ash. O. W. W. NAUDAIN. r* by Del, 18—If. ira tôooda and 6rotrrit«. v CHEAP STORE!! HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AMP WELL SELECTED STOCK OF DOOM CONSISTING, IN PAST, OP DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS. QUEEXSWARB, WOOD A WILLOW WARE, EARTHEN A STONE WARE. FISH, MEATS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, And in feet preri thing usually kept in % FIRST-0LA8S COUNTRY STORE, All of \%li ich vr* sbuiild lit pltfttté to knvf rou CALL AND EXAMINE. NO CHARGE FOR SHOWING GOODS. TERMS CASH!!! J. F. ÊLIASON, ntr.Ap »torn. Middletown, Del. apr 27—If NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK, Just received nnd to be sold at low Prices for Cash. DRESS GOODS AND NOTIONS, CLOTHS AND CAOilMNRRf, KERSEYS AND SATINETT8, 1 HI.ANKETS AND COVERLIDS, I MENS' AND BOYS* READY MADE CLOTHING, j BUFFALO ROBES and FURS, I IIATS AND CABS,— MORS* COVICRS, ( AltPKTN AND OIL CLOTHS, BOOTS AND SHOES. GUNS AND PISTOLS, Tub««, Gun Wad«, Cun Caps, Powder j Flaska. Shot Bag», (it of usually kept in a country »tore. . • Ä * r AI1 P*r*«>» of j price». (il Bags and other Oood» politely req d examine our 8 8. K STEPHENS k CO. Ulddlt sw«, D»l uf.ttd to leek aid Oct. 28—tf. LOOK -A.T THIS! SCOWDRICKdTEUASON, j R Ksi-Kcrm.i.Y l'ut'IU tu tlieir l«r^v Kail and Winter Stack ! uf Good», eumprisiiig «II the l.tr.t styles ef DRESS GOODS, H the attrnlloB sf tks TRIMMINGS, and NOVELTIES. Â hsndsom. sssurintst sf SHAWLS, ALL STYLES AND PRICES, frsm $1.» to $15.00. « A full line of CASS I MERES and CO A TINGS , KERSETS , die 4c. A large line of Ready Made Clothing, MEN'S BOOTS, or all srri.ES and /-kicks, Among which we have tha Frida of IMswsrt, the belt TViolcr Root ever offered to this treda. A Full lins of LADIES MISSIS' AND CHILDRENS ml rti. I! Cuitom Work, direct from Filled A Grier» feo tory. Also a general assort meat of Groceries and Provision* In feet every thing that may bt found in A Aral chins retail Store. These good» havo been •elected with great care, and will bo sold ex tremely low for cash. Call and see us, aad save money. SCOW DK! CK k ELIASON, Middlxtows, Dxt. Ot I. 5—If. i Ï I n l a / I w I t, he e f TUB I e i OKLKSRATSD PARARil I s SHIRT. 4 1 . 1 . DOCOBTEN, ■ay 2«-lf 418 Market tt. Wilaiagfn. Del.