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SEN-ATK. Poveh, Jan. 30,1877. Senate met at 10 A. M. All members present. , Sharp ley gave notice of a bill to amend chapter W, volume 4, Delaware Laws. a^nd chap"? 111?Revlie^d Code and moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was amended- which motion pre vailed.the bill was then recommitted to Committee on Revised Statutes. . Sharpley, presented the report of Chas. IV. Howland, - Tre, * 5 " r T;''. StSÄ Ä w e ."a°nd referred to Committee on Education. Mr, Bay, from Committee on Revised Statutes, reported the bill to repeal chap or 419, volume 44, Delaware Laws,which read a third tinte and passed. Committee on Cor ewal of Tie General Assembly. Mr Mr W; Mr. Davis, from orations reported tho bill to incorporate lie Georgetown Manufacturing and Fruit Preserving Company, read a third Lime and passed. Mr. Ray, from Committee on Revised Statutes, reported the bill to amend chap ter 111, of Revised Code, with an amend ment., which was read, and adopted. The bill was then read a third time as amend ed and passed. Adjourned. AFTERNOON SESSION. The Senate met at G o'clock P. M. Mr. Sharpley gave notice of a bill to incorporate the Centreville Hall Co. Mr. Fiddeman introduced a bill to au thorize the appointment of an audi tor in the Court of Chancery or Orphan's Court, which was rood. >ir. Ray introduced a bill exern foreign investments fr was read. Mr. Harrington from Committee on Roads and Highways, reported a bill to lay out a private road in Milford hundred which was read. Mr. Ray from Committee on Revis ed Statues, reported the bill to repeal chapter dl, volume lö, which was tab up. A number of petitions favorable to tlie bill, were presented and read, tion the bill passed. Adjourned. TÄ taxation w mo •as read a third time and HOI SB, Tuesday. Jan. BO 1877 The House met at 10 o'clock, A. M The following petition* were presented, read and referred: liy Mr. Bird in relation to colored selioob. By M r. Sponger for the repeal of the stock law in school district No. H »9 Sus sex county. Also two petitions fer the repeal of the stock law Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex county. He also presented the report of Chas. W. Holland as to the amount of money received for the the education of colored children, read and referred to the Committee on Education. The following bill* were given notice By Mr. Bird, an act to «amend chapter 1 1'», Revised Code, and an act to amend chapter 8H, Revised Statutes. By Mr. Mustard an act to promote the education of the colored,peopleam toamend chapter lid Revised ('<»d Mr. Robinson introduced an act au thorizing the appointment, of an addi tional Notary Justice in Sussex county. The following Gills were on motion icad a third time ami passed: By Mr. Ware, an act for the relief of Amelia S.Corty. By Mr. Bird, an act for the the Charter of thb Mill Creek Eire In surance Company with an amendment. By Mr. Brown, an act to incorporate 8t. John s Reform Church, of Wyoming, with an amendment. Mr. Morris, an act to lay out a new school district in »Sussex county. By Mr. Holcomb, a further .supplement n act to incorporate the Delaware und Chesapeake Canal Company. On motion of Mr. Wright," »Senate amendments to the House bill in relation indices • an act lc. to : tj lortgug concurred were :i. Mr Wriglit gave notice of an act to divido I), ver Hundred into two hun dreds. Mr. Cnj amend ehapt Delaware. Mr. Burnitc offered a resolution calling outlie Trea-ureis ol Kent and Sussex counties, to explain why tli r the money for the education of an gave notice of an act to *88, volume 14, Laws ot have not Paid o colored people. Adjourned. AFTERNOON SESSION. The i 1 ouse met at J The following bills y read: By Mr. Ware, an act to incorporate the Front and Union street Railway Comp any, of Wilmington. By Mr. Brown, an act to amend chap ter .V» Revised Code. Mr. Taylor, clerk of the Senate, infor med the House that the »Senate had con curred in the House bill to amend chap ter J Revised Cede with amendments. Also that tin House joint r o'clock p. m. vere introduced and bad concurred in the oldtion authorizing the printing of the Auditor's report. Also that tbe Senate asked for Jlie con currence of tbe House in An act to repeal chapter 4P.», volume 14, Delaware laws, and act to incorporate Georgetown Manufacturing and Preserving Com pany. On motion of Mr. Robinson,the Senate ucr to incorporate the Georgetown Pre serving and Manufacturing Company was read. Gn motion of Mr. Holcomb,the Senate bil!, '*a further supplement to tlio Act es tablishing a College for Agricultural and M'-ehanii- Arts." was read. Tin* A authorizing the Levy Court of ■ount.v to lease n piece of ground, l 'rtnitelv post,to ' I'ne a- ' Ml. ro inrurpor.Ttc the Odessa Hall ado the special order for >nip;iny was l A. M. to-morrow. Mr. Hall introduced an Act to incor h*' Diamond State »Shoe and which was read. U heather Company, < »n motion of Mr. Holcomb, the »Senate .nicndnieiits to the House bill ■ .,. . „ -, -U Act to ^ me nr I Chapter 111, of the Revised Code i '* read an concurred in. Mr. Robinson introduced an -undid Section 9, Chapt< r Laws of Delaware. Abjourned. Act to * H L Vol. 34, Count Ribbing, one of the accouip' c •>, iu tho murder of King Gustave JIJ of »Sweden, had taken refuge in Paris, and was living there at a very advanced uge at the time when Scribe, with Aubur, hid just finished the opera of "Gustave ou le Bal Masque." Uncertain in sever al points, Scribe went to Count Ribbing, and begged him t> assistât the rehearsai of the opera. He came and followed the piece with great attention. "Well," asked Scribe, eajerly, "what do you sny 12^ ' "-t's very nice, very nice," said ^■'•Lount, slowly and somewhat cooly. But you don't seem altogether satis fied. urg u Scribe. "Well answered the Count, y u are slightly mistaken ; the unau* >vas not done quite in that way." What nur j w. s tlien-r" anxiously in quired -vube. "It senna to me, as far as I an ion enW,' answered the Count wRh j e.duot. simplicity, "that wu mur dered In n a little mere to to left'" Scribe thanked him aud acted on M'e suggestion. THE HOME OF "OUIDA." The villa stands some three milesout I of Florence on a grassy plot of its own, | ami( j sccn ery of hill and stream, corn , fields and vineyards. Leaving the vea j tibule, you reach what was once an immense banqueting hall, but is now a ! billiard room. It Is carried up the whole height of the villa, and round it rung a gallery communicating with J t | ie upper rooms. This lofty Salle is ftall room houses. It opens into the ball room, * lovely room, with pale green wal.s, enriched by white bas-relief?, aud looking on the upper garden. On the le Tt of the vcatibule opens the miniature room, so called from the numbers of old miniature, on its Wulfe in keeping with the old cabines, china, metal-work, and brac-a-brac ol all kinds collected by ' Guida" in her five years' residence in Ilally. One of the chief treasures is a crclema that 8 ] 1( , g ()t from a monastery in Home, painted in chiaroscuro, with the life and miracles of Uhrist, aod very rare Above the windows arc two great gol den eagles that belonged to Napoleon 1, ; the furniture is all Louis X\ . The room iD which "Ouida" writes in winter mornings is full of plants, several oil paintings by her own hand, plenty of brac-a-brac, aud many books, chielly on art and history. Her writ ing-table is of cinquc-cento work, very eiquisite and valuable. But the pe culiarity of all tbe rooms is the abun dance of flowerseverywhere : she loves fiowers, and is her own head-gardener. "Ouida," in her pleasant chamber, writes rapidly and without mental or bodily fatigue, never looking at what she has written till it comes to her in proof, and she corrects very little. Her manuscripts look like Greek manuscripts ; htr handwriting singu lar and not feminine. In spring and summer she writes either out of doors or in the ball room. This she calls the garden room, because it opens on a snug place like a monastery garden, sweet with every imaginable scent, and rich with magnolia trees and every flower that blows, ponds full of gold fish, fruit crowding the walls. Here was written "Signa" —written almost entirely in early morning, in the open air, to the singing of many birds. And this is the home of Louis de la Ramee known to the world only by her self-inflicted pet name of "Ouida"— with any other she says the world has no business- The habits of her life are simple. For the open air she has passion, loving the Italian climate for the number of hours it enables you to pass out of doors ; so from April to October she is seldom within except for dinner and sleep. In the autumn and winter she drives from two to six. She has two favorite horses, Mas churino and Birickino, and dogs in numbers. Isla, a St. Bernard, died this year, and she has made him a marble tomb. At her feet is always a deer hound, and a little white Maltese called Lili, whilst suowy Maremma sheep dogs guard the gardens, Five iu the morning sees her up. but she only writes when in the humor: every Friday from December to June"Ouida' never smoke and never drinks wine, but lor her guests there are tea or coll'ee wine or cigarette. On dress she is an authority; she holds that women should look like pic lures, not fashion plates. English criticism on art or literature she des pises, and is not at all displeased when told that her writings are opposed in tenor and tone to the Englisli tempera ture. Authorship was always anaturai impulse to her—at four years old she wrote io printed characters a child's story. Her father trained her to mas culine modes of culture and thought. He had a fine hut wasted intellect. Wm. O'CONNOR, Merchaht Tailor HAS REMOVED No 2 . West Third Street, (Doe door from Market j And has laid na Splendid Assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and VestingsJ FOR SPRING AND NUMJ1EU, Which he will make up at prices to sui> the times. Pant* u Specialty. febDtf JOHN DAVIS. Merchant Tailor, I*o. 130 fiiiikvt Street, WILMINGTON, DF.L. LargeSundJseleci stock. Price« to fuit the times. All goodä end work guaranteed. Promptness our motto. octl8-3i Fashionable Furniture. J. & J N. HAHWlAf*. No 413 King LWILMINGTON •spectfully Inform the citi zens of Wilmington, and the sur rounding country that we continue ' • manufacture and keep on hand irge and long establishe<l waro looms, I urniture of every variety and style, consisting of Mahogany, Rosewood and Walnut Furniture suitable for parlor, dinning-room and chamber uses. Our assortment of Furniture is larger and more varied than can be found In Delaware and all articles sold at our establishment are warranted as represented. Venitian Blinds of the most fashionable designs made to order and kept constantly on hand. We also manufacture ly keep a large assortment of Spring Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses. J. & J. N. HARMAN, c. 410 King street, Wilmington. L»EL. We to atom* h ! ► la R. P. TAWRESEY 4 BRO., & TranU JI ASïl'Al Tl BERS, ïïo. 407 Xing Streot, Wilminqton. Del. Where thoy intend keeping on hnml a full a««ortmentol Harness, ba.ldlcs, lindle. l .f a V Whl r' »'"Jfet«. Fly Nets. Com os. Brushea, Trunks, Trkvelmg Bags, Valise? Shawl Straps, and everything generally kein in their line of business, all of which will b« made of tbe Best Material, and give sat Action. Single and nesa nmae to order ra solicited. IlarneHM g n aranteed to Double Bur the best manner. augiiiw Ur » MAE'S ANCESTOR. Professor Morse closed his course ot four lectures upon' Evolution" at Cooler Institute last evening. Speaking of the evolution of man, he said: "Two theories exist regarding the origin of man—the first, based upon the first chapter of Gen esis, is that of sjtecial creation: the other, that of evolution, rests upon scientific con elusions. (Cheers and biases.) The tow er of Babel bears the same relation to the development of lauguage as Genesis does to the evolution of man. Theologians now admit the story of the "confusion of tongues" to be a fiction. If research In language has brought about this admis sion, why may not the study of geology and zoology overthrow the social crea tion doctrine'. 1 Agassiz, before he died, was forced to admit that there must have beon several special creations in the case of man: audit must be remembered, in justice to Agassiz, that some of the most conclusive evidence in support of evolu tion has been obtained since his death. Skulls of men liavo been found in caves and in strata showing that they existed previous to the second, and even the third glacial epoch—much earlier than bad '-'-These* pre-his cliaracteristies not now found in those of any one race of men, showing that the present races have been derived from a common ancestor, as we have seen that different species, orders Ac., of animals have iH-tudcvclofted from a common origin. These considerations do not prove necessarily that man was evolved from the monkey, but would rather indicate that both man and mon key were developed from some earlier form which may yet be found. Finally evolution is not Darwin, nor Darwin ev olution. The truth of the theory rests upon the researches of men like Max Mul 1er, Whitney, Huxley, Spencer and many others engaged in lines of study not geo logical, but parallel in nature, and aflord ing very strong proofs of analogy. World, Lieut. John H. Weeden, of tho United States engineer corps, at San Francisco, was found dead in his room Monday night. Near the body were two empty bottles of poison. been formerly supposed, toric skulls combine cl PETEK (4 HO N*. C/dU :.AV£R f .Vil. -i-îi .Mrerf, ti <i j, wii.M IN« mi !» - L. MEDICAL. JUDGMENT OF THE PEOPLE. During the pust eight years the public have carefully observed the wonderful cures accomplished by A L I« EX'S Strengthening Cordial. From its use many an offiieted sufferer has been re stored to perfect health alter having ex pended a small fortune in procuring medi cal advice and obtaining poisonous medi cines. Its medical properties ionic, solvent and diuretic. There is no disease of the human system for which A i. i.en's strengthening Cordial cannot bo used with periect safety. .alterative ALLEN'S Strengthening Cordial WILL l'l HCROFULA , llVMOli. SCROFVLOVS 'It will eradicate from the syste taint of Scrofula and Scnmih It lias permanent! helpless cases where all other know dies failed. Allen's Strengthening Cordial s Iltimor. usa mis of •erne sthe great blood purifier, cures Syphilis ud removes Pimples and Humors ' ihr lace. Reason should teach us that a blotchy, rough or pimpled skin depends entirely upon an internal cause.and no outward ap plication can ever cure the defect. TUMORS, ULCERS OR OLI) SORES Are caused bv purcstateof the blood: cleanse tin* blood thoroughly with Allen's strengthening Omtial and the complaints will disappear. Allen's Strengthening Cordial cures Consti pation, Dyspepsia, Faintness oj Stomach It is not a .stimulating Bitters which creates a fictitious appetite, but a gentle Tonic, which assists nature to restore the stomach to a healthy action. No person su tiering Sour Stomach, Headache, Costiveness Pal pation of the Heart. Indigestion, 'Low .spirts, Ac., can take three doses without re ith lief. Allen s Strengthening Cordial cures Female Weakness; it acts directly upon the causes ot these complaints, invigorates and strengthens the whole system, acts upon 'gaits and allays infiaina tiie secretive mation. Allen's Strengthening Cordial has never fuihnl to cure mercurial diseases, pain in the l»ones as it removes from tliesystemthe producing cause. Salt Rheum und Scald Head readily yield lo tho great alterative effects of this medicine. Allen's Strengthening Cordial has never been known to fall in giving immediate relief in all diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary or gans. Tills medicine challenges the most profound attention of the medical faculty many of whom are prescribing it t<» their patients Allen's Strengthenin '/ f hrd/ i/act s as delight "y on the tender babe, the most delicate lady, and infirm old ag> man; imparting healtl full tiie strong to the 1 vig mid brain. •>! . 'I' s, heart and li \\ hen tak feel Its life-gi ingjMjwer con ti 11 di d giving whole health, Hu organizat i Alle tH'itj 1 strength to the ylhralnn Omttal is aclcnowl « ig.sl h\ all class ol people to ho tho host and most rHiahle blood purifier i world. It is j the wer lai ling remedy and llow many thousands the brink of tiie grave by its >wer. Who will suffer from i plaints. Dyspepsia, Disease of •h. Kidneys, Bowels, or Bladder eat remedy is within reach? l><' relied upon. 4 inds have Ik*c snatched ini ii !< S ].( Li ( N tiie »Storni wiicii such /o urnes might be filled with proof from all parts ol the civilized worplto prove that no remedy bus ever been discovered in the whole history of medicine that acts promptly. Even iu tiie worst cases oi Scrofula a good appetite, complete diges tion, strength and a disposition For exercise, are sure to follow its use. If the bowels are costive, or headache accompanies disease, the use of Allen's Liver Pills. remove it. Over eightyearsexpericncc and the increasing popularity of Alle eines are conclusive proof. tiie 111 's niedi I rice ^1.00 i»er bottle, or six bottles for «5 Ii your druggist or »tore-keeper do»» have it. we will forward lull fa dozen to address on receipt of the price. •repored only i»y s not my AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. •St Joseph. Mo Fer sa a by u Drtigg s' s. janedifc wty ot A llpri'o Pilp fiTNTMFifiTT AIlcD S Tile UA1Y AlU.£iWA, of d Genuine Preparation. The Original The reputation of till« Medicine is now well established that liberal minded men the medical profession throughout the Un -oinmend it to their patient« as the very best of all remedies for Piles. Hun dreds of the most painful eases of Piles lmve been cured by Us use in a very short time, No medicine bus ever obtained a higher or more deserving reputation than Allen's Pile Ointment. Allen's Pile Ointment is a remedy of uni versal usehilncss whenever an oil cerate salvo ointment or embrocation is required, in eases of Burns, Scalds, Blisters, 8plains, Bruises, Abrasions, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Eczema, Ring Worm. Bar ber's Itch, Frosted Limbs, chilblains. Chop ped Skin, Fever Blisters, Bed Bores, »Sort Feet, Bunions, Vegetable Poisoning, Bites of Insects, Ac. There is no known remedy that gives Alien's Pi le Oint ment. ion such lasting relief It is a new. delightful and wonderful reme dy, designed and warranted to supersede all other Ointments yet discovered. Allen's Pile Ointment Is entirely different from any other Ointment In the whole world, perfectly harmle Aged; It is cooling and grateful to the burn ing brow, throbbing temples and fever parched system; it will banish pain and nl lny inflammation more rapidly than liny curative compound in this or any other country. Price 50 cents a box. or six boxes for 82 . 00 If your druggist or store- keep does not have It, wo will forward half a dozen to any ad dress on receipt of price. Prepared only by for the infant AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. S r. Josh pu. Mo. For sale by all Druggists. Jnn6-1yd.fr w ALLEYS LIVER PILLS Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated. For the cure of all disorders of the »Stomach, Liver, Bowels Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headache,Constipation, Costive, ness Indigestion Dyspepsia, and all Bili ous Diseuse«, such as Constipation, Imvurd Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Aci dity ol the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swim ming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutteringul the Heart , Choking Suffocating .Sensation« when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever or dull pain in the Head, Difficulty of perspiration. Yellow ness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the side. Chest, Limbs, and Suddcu Flushes of Heat', Burning of tho Flesh, etc. Aulen ' a Liver Pills may always be relied on asa safe and effectual remedy,and may be taken by both sexes at all times with beneficial results. By their use the weak are made strong. Distress after eat ing. Inward Weakness, Languor, Want of Appetile, nre at once removed by a dose or of these Pills, Thousands of persons who have used these Pills we have yet to hear the first complaint from one who has tried them. They u lways give relief. tw J1LLEJ\ US' LIVER PILLS Regulate the organs of the Ry.stem, restoring functional harmony and securing tiie se cretion of the proper constituents of each organ. By their action the liver secretes its allotted proportion of bile—the lungs carbon, tin* skin sweat, the kidneys urine, etc., und are always reliable as a purga Tho aged, and persons subjected to Con , Paralysis and Weakness of tho Bowels, Kidneys and Bladder, etc., tliul vo to resort to Injections, by taking two throe of Allen's Liver Pills, will enjoy natural discharges, and by the occasional use of them have regular operations. In these cases their strengthening and nutri »rineiples are exhibited; every dose will add new strength to the Bowels, Liver. Kidneys, etc., that may be worn or deplete« by age. In these Pills, ©ver failed to supply is secured, and this is a thorough purgative that can be giv in safety in cases of eruptive fevers, as in small-pox, erysipelas, yellow fever, scarlet and typnoid fevers. When the Mucous Membrane becomes ulcerated, these Pills aet thoroughly, yet heal ulcerated and ex collated parts. They are made from ex tracts—-from new ingredients—-entirely vegetable, superior in every respect to the ordinary powders and substances of the common advertised pills, and have a safe certain, and uniform action. Price 25 cents a box, or six boxes for $1.25. Ii your druggist or store kecyer does not bave them, we will forward half a dozen boxes to any address on receipt of the pries. 1*repared only by st i put tons •ant that scic lias AMERICAN MEDICINE CO., St. Joseph, Mo. Ft sale by all druggists. JaiitHl&w-ly 407 MARKET ST. 407. lilriTN.J. S. CLAKK. A full assortment of SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES. JEWELRY and SPECTACLES, Constantly on hand and for sale at the low est market rates. Particular and personal attention given to Repairing any articles in the above line. A fine assortment of .Spectacles constant ly on hand,and sole agent for the Celebrated Diamond Spectacles. niarl 5 P RESTON AYARS, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKERJ| And dealer in Alkrican and Swiss r WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES," eye-glasses, SILVER WARE, aC 305 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. NO. „I i l l',.;. l U< ntk ! r ' P a| d to repairing In ail Ils branches; also, changing spectacle glasses, lias a good assortment 01 glasses constantly on hand. glasses The public is cordially Invited to cull and JedJi"!" ,y M<X ' k anJ 1,,an ' l» l"cs 0 ê I. «tissu. HAS REMOVED T< MARKST rêey. A LAB , STOCK OF WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND »SILVER WARE, /'on.stantly on hand. promptly an. tnr REPAIRING mar20''T5 ided lo. p B. MINGLE Si CO., ^ eed Merchants, 105 MARKET STREET, PHILADEL ä^iSä Ä^ii^iT™ p>y % 5 Sir; T A '?V?. M BUY a>, J HÜL S^ T A R Äg^i NER ' u'yt?/'ai tt At IMP An*. P hiladelphia, wilminuton BALTIMORE RAIL ROAD. Novhmhkk 27th, 1876. Traill» will louve Wilmington as follows, for Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 6.55, 8.10, 9.00, 9.52, 10.45 a. Ul. 2.30,4.30,7.20, 9.54, p. m. Pnlla- und New York, 2 . 02 a.m. 12.14,12.40, 5.46, n. m. Baltimore 12.52, 8.39 U. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 1.55, 8.39 a. 111 . 12.59, 1.26, 5.19 p. m. Trains for Delaware Dlvislan, leave for: New Castle, 5.00, 0.20. 9.35, a. m. 1.30, 0.30, p. m. Wyoming and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, a. m. 0.30 p. m. I »elmar and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, 9.35, a. ill and Intermediate Stations, 9.35, SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 8.10. a. m. 5.00. G.30, p. in. Philadelphia und New York, 2.02 Baltimore and Washington, 12.52,1.55 a.m. For further information passengers referred to the time tallies posted at depot. II. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. a. m. . BOOTS AMD SHOES. GREAT ATTftAOTOJHI AT THE EAST END Boot & Shoe Store, S. E. Cor. 0th and Spruce Sts. Call and amine my stock of Gents, Ln dles, Misses and Childrens shoes and gaiters, ail of which are selling at prices suit the times. Custom work a specialty, and done In best style and moderate rates. Repairing neatly and cheaply done. aug4-ly WM. HOUCK. JAMES MONAGHAN'S 2STEW Boot and Shoe Store, N. W, ccr. Second & Jefferson Sts «Having laid in a full assort •ntof Gentlemen's, Ladies', Misses'and Children's Boot«. Shoes, Gaiters and Rubbers, all of which nre made of good material and in workmanlike manner, I am prepared supply the citizens of Wilmington and vi cinity with all goods in my lino at priées to suit tho present financial crisis. Custom work u specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed. The public nre cordially Invited to give me a call and learn my prices. dec15-3md JAMES MONAGHAN. THE PLACE TO BUY IS AT THE NEW SHOE STORE, '.103 Went.leeond Street Whei you cun get well mode and duruble BOOTS AND SHOES ATEXTREMELY LOWI'RICES. We have a larRp stock of Gents', Ladies , Misses and Children's wear constantly on hand. feb20-ly ft J. C. ALEXANDER, 103 West Second St. New Store ! New Goods Low Prices I AFTER ALL. AFTERJALL, AFTER ALL. Tho boat argument we can offer the people Lp WE8T Price« for Qualiti of Uoods. Thia wo do offer in every Boot, Shoe or Gaiter g we sell for Ladle«, Gents. Misées, ami M Children. We havea full and complete stock for tho coming season, which we Invite tne public to call and examine. ladies width kid sc,n*p ers specialty. Particular attention paid to CUSTOM WORK, JOHN K. BAUCOCK, S. W. Cor. Second and Marke pr24-8m NO HUMBUG W. The undersigned is selling hia entire stock of BOOTS &. SHOES At and Below Cost ! to Close Business by February next** Store Fixtures for salc.| T. F. PENNINGTON, _HO East Seoond Street j nov22-d3m 1'ECMBEKS. W 3 fl. S. WATT, No. 1009 Market Street, PLUMBER, STEAM & GAS FITTER, All muterials in my line of butin sbontly on hand. >•88 con tf Wilmington, Aug. 2d. 1*76 J^NDRKW MCHUGH PRACTICAL PLUMBER, .Steam and Gas Fitter, No 501 Walnut. Street, Wilmington, tt,' Gas 11011 steam Fitting uf. h 1 ' 1 ".' executed in he best manner ai th a'ÄrS C '' RnJ " ""derate term»! otall bel 4 THE HATTER, >o. o K0U ALL J ' 1 TIFCL TEETH AT ■ *:». $3, Sm t'SS'. Third Street, Wiliniugtou, Del • ntl 8io PER SET. TeeUi eitractod without pain bv tbn Ol gas. Over thirty y**, i^ ri % c " e DR. GALLAGHER, r?et. opposit« Clayton l»P'4ff- ly use Ne ^ Fast 5th St House. ALLCOCK Porous Plasty WA«lf for ALLOOCK'u them, and TIONS. $ * m '«rai, le DRRTH feet. X, "o avoid B- HKax Office, au Canul st hov3d*w3intc ,h wy The Triumph Truss C 1315 Chos "Hit S), 334 Bowery jy ew | Are curing 30 to90 days, and ode tTRIUMPH A .VI) are the r »Pture they cannot cure. Mrsfc* 'u 1 A. M., M. I)., (tbe only laôv ini! llio world) In charge of tlîu Vi£ i f 1 ment. Tho Triumph Truss 1 edthe medal utafl the feiÄ* 1 been exhibited. Examinai 10 cenu for New Book, a, elti,£^ EPILEPSY Oß Samauitan Nkuvinf U» Nerve Conqueror, eures KdIImL Convulsions, Spusms, ,st Vita. SS all nervous diseases ; the'only Itrïï five and sure euro for EdII.W*' been tested by thousands and L been known to fall Inasingleii stamp for circulars, giving cures. Trial package free », name of express office when'ord.«J iclnes. Also send names and persons subject to Epileptic Kg, Address, Dr. 8 . A. Rid»™, JanlslAwly Box. 741, 81 . " : to n the DJtl'O STORES, Trum aud Bract- l) e „ meut. H aving a mock of trunsf«» C KH, B UPPORTER8,81 • and other mechanical apnllunraS pasHud in extent ami variety liy Um« other similar establishment hi tiie«. aud with upwards of Twenty Tears' Expert,-m in applying them, we feel conlilm, ability to give entire satfefnetlos i 01 b requiring uur services In this direetk. OUR INSTRUMENTS are constructed ln tho best mamni best material«, and of various h«,, all casas, from the smallest iufann largest adult. WE HAVE A PRIVATE fiOffl for their adjustment, while our prl so moderato und so varied bv our en assortment, us lo suit the pockets ol. Hundreds o(« v, ,'3rj>irSSA have era tho I r gratill ('.iia VS-*\ Y»i facilities and <« with which thft been suited aii tabllshinent. E. BRING HURST 4(; N. W. Cor. Slxtli and Marketstw Wnmlnela. to 4 r HENRY MUELL APOTHECAR Fourth aud Walimil WILMINGTON, DEL., ] German Apothecary. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTION*] Carefully Compounded at aliiioJ n#v26-3md ! W. K. WILLIAMS DRUGGIST, j Minth anti Market M»a Keeps a full line of DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 1 Pure, fresh, and carefully selected : l DISPENSED PRESCRIPTIONS J FILLING ORDERS for FAMILY(3 Fimt^II* BEST .QUALITY Cilia BLE. N< sacrificing quality for cheapsa second-reasonable priceîI Special attention paid to ooioponulotl PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFULL ï Am CURATELY. BY W. E. WILLIAMS. DruwiiJ Corner Ninth aud Market at:« fobS-tt Wilmingtoil CHEAP COAI For j «Has reduced the price of b*» ENTERPRISE coil ONB-.DOILAR PER TO'. West and Water. . and Orange and Water*! 0SLPI1 FOCI I Offices: Sect. 4 th. j 876.—tf Robert Hutton, Plumber and Gas EW No. 1^5 Ilî. Docs ail kinds of work in hia 1W best manner and at the lowest J Orders thankfully received aud pro*n a a tended to. Oils and Lamps of different Man 1 and for sale very clieap. nov25d3m J .lOHX «. IIlKlf 1 MACHINIST. No. qOajK«.» Second No, 513 Orange;,. Street» Keeps on hand and makes to ordrt 1 '** ent Bolt and Rivet Cutters, !>»»«?, chines, Meat Choppers, Impi'OJ^u Wrench, Punching and Cutting aJI . all of which are \cry superior tor poses intended. lie also , r ''l. v !%d Pistols, Locks, and does UKpLrii Work generally. All kindsoi <**1* ground in the best style. A person with some chine work will be taken »s the subscriber has more than nc patronage res^^^nSf 1 INDLING WOO» OAK AND PINE' I'ER LOAD DEM' 1 ' 1 ' Look WHAT A GREAT HEAPED Sj LOAD OF OAK AND » 1 WOOD, aud only * 1 ' 50 ' vgL ABBOTT * MoKI^s«* Shop 51o 0 olPublic betlî'Tüwt K $1.50 I