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The General Assembly.
j ■'Specially reported for Uie Gazette. "n-t™ Tan list tsTT Senate met at to, A° M ' ' Mr. Hharpley introduced a bill to repeal I Chapter 64, volume 4 Delaware Laws. wï'WÂîffiS dosa, and .1. T.M. Cardez a, which was read and referred ton special committee consist- j Oountv ,h ° " U ' mbcrs rr " m Mr. ifopklns offered the following résolu tion which was read : rl l Äamhm"/Ä t £mr! n fo^?äons n'iSd papers in reference to the report of Charles W. Howland. Treasurer of the Delaware Association for the Wfueatlon of Colored of ■ People. _ Mr. Davis, from Committee on Corpora tions* reported back tho bill In relation to railroads, with an amendment, which was mid. The amendment was adopted and ■j')« copies or de ml to be printed. Mr. Grubb, Secretary of «State, being ad mitted. informed the Senate that he had transmitted to the House the certificate that the Governor had approved the itonds of the newly appointed State Treasurer and Auditor of Accounts. Adjourned. AKTKRSfOON ÄKSSION Nenate mot at 3o'clock. Motion of Mr. Kay. the bill fora further settlement to the act to incorporate a com pany to cut a canal betw een the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays, was read a first and second time and referred to Committee •Corporations. Mr. Hopkins introduced a bill to amend the act to iueopurute the town ot Milton ditch was read. On motion oi Mr. Davis the amend incut to the act concerning railroad second t Mr. Denny presented a petition from K. !.. Cummins and others, in relation to fish ing in Duck Creek which was read and re ferred to committee on Revised «statutes. Mr. Davis fnmi Committee on corpora tions, reported the bill to amend the act to incorporate the Milton Academy, which was taken up and read a third time.Section •» being lost the bill w as recommitted to committee on Corporations. Mr. Day, Clerk of the Horn the Senate that the House had red in the Senate amendment to the House hill to amend Chapter t 1 1 Revised Code. On motion of Mr. Causey, the Senate ad hered to its amendment. « m motion of Mr. Ray. a conference com mlttec of three wu* appointed on the part Senate, the Sneaker ap|H>intetl Bay. Causey and Harrington. >f a bill for the .. NcwCas by in bit so of •as read a .«t a. llifor of til Me Mr pit oti il.M.l 1 met N t h' e it; M r. I millet« on Corpora »entary to oke River s taken report eil the hill supple he f to incorporate t he Pnci out Company, which * and passed. Adjourn p. rea l u third li .«,( itorsK. Dover. January ::i. is::. T. t aliseiiee of .Speaker Martin. Mr. Morris, u as made Speaker protein. The -peeiul order of the day being the hlB •orperate the Odessa Hall Companv. it vas taken up for consideration, time iind passed. Mr. Messiek, presenteii a }>etiti< ouuty, a * of a 11 officials—r Revised Statute*. •clary ot Statede||venil ti obligation fn by tlie «Slat. Audit is tnt 1.1 ol Susse: kiogthe redue lerred to Com if Th cer it< the d HIT. Tl •I the .Senate reported that curred i mm! IS il ' p« al ('hapt » the repeal « House hill to rfil. Delaware Laws (This ' the Kent C lit y I of Mr. Holcomb, thee o'.' tin Auditor and state T •ented l«v the See K Law.) tilicntex On l SUIT . ;p nd l»i Ils w d ^ djourned \ F TERNOON Til.- If se met ut :i i ris from ilie oloek, p. m. Mi. M ..... ommittce on Roads «nul Highways.reported n bill entitled A Vet to prohibit live stock, from iuu large in School District. No. > Neu ....... --rlifeli was read. Hung at astle lunty. «>n motion of Mr. Holcomb. An relief of Elizabeth 1 a third time and pass "h motion of Mr. Burnitethe s repeal ehapterlia, Vol. Delaw, as taken up for e« -on offemi an j in Act for »(•hell ree was i rad . iule '.ill Mr, Rob •ndineiu which pend the as r.«ad; a read t! lOtlOJ le« and I time he T read a hiifl time and k and 1 I r. W rht hit: li'C»xl a supple nt to ai t loi ppohanali Marsh Ditcii 'V ''inpi TI i< o. the «Senate informed the ' the Senate adheared to its 11 >'• C hajiter 111. Revised rode. di ! tu ference chad appointed Messrs. I Harrington eommittis? iftte. s ')*cak( r of tlie House anpoint'xl H«v-în JHolcomb. Wright and Mustard ths* on part of the House, iry ineffectual efforts 1 that H : •Ml ! •» j i. / t : ade t ere .■iiillho ml,'« ami especially Rul„ I-. 1 . Th k < 'Altl.IsLE Woman „ , ^HOOTING ( a*k.- I lie Carlisle, Pa., Mirror gives some particulars of the shooting affair in hat town Oil »Sunday night, in which "a Baltimore grain merchant** figured. The Mirror says: ••»Joseph l>. Patterson, doing business at 12b North street, Baltimore , , ho was stopping at the Bent/. Hou.se, on Main street, took his position on the street av tlie house named and made it a point to speak to every lady who passed eompauied 1 Miss Am and; alc Finally t> , . , - «s Emma Blessing came along, and he addressed the lorrner as he had others who had preceded her. Miss Mi Dich rejected his advances, and with her companion pas -cd on. when Patterson stepped in front ot her. aud raising his arm forbade her pawing. The ladies endeavored to pass on. but4»r blocked tlieir passage again ami again, untill Miss Minicliin ilcspera tion struck him in the face with lier escort Mi nidi ami M hand. i h»- idackguard then drew a revolver ami threatened i shoot her at the same tune le velhng the pistol at her head. Miss M unch t hrew up her hand aud exclaim , . on 1 nt«!' but that instant the revolver was discharged, the ball passing lapel oi her coat ; ' th and accross her •utting her clothing from side to side and indicting a slight wound in her hand, ratterson instantly rtert, but ... subsequently captured and held to baili.. VKK». rattcraou hits frequently visited < arlisle. and is well known to many of •nu- people. At the time of the shooting lie was in liquor. He went with the eon ■«tablr atter his arrest to the house of the lady and nlcaxled for mercy at her hands alleging that he «lid not know at the time whether it was a man ora woman lie was dealing with. He claims to he the head of a mercantile house in Baltimore, «nul is a man ol' twenty five or thirty years of ajre. It is currently reported that the affair will he settled before it is brought lo the attention of the grand jury. ' \'n. I Jti North street is occupied by d r, John C. Kneller, doing business un der the firm name of John C. Kneller Ä <'•>. It is not known that there is a grain merchant in Baltimore named .lohn IL east. a n • r*ou II rather Hr/iort Washington-, Feh. I, l A. M. 1'houahii.itu:». In ». c Middle and Eastern State- fall ing, followed hr ; ' ' * ' .*rly winds, v r«ir to >.-ri »''and coast, light l't south tnob »>i!y \.'w En 1» *u Is«# Eugittud and Eeaalern Now York, and 6uccebdt«d : ;j iraimer, elefir cr clearing weather. U *nn r il< PACIFIC RAILROAD HILLS. Hill trill in a er J. a to to j Probability that G frelon* Po**. The Washington correepmdent of the New York Tribune sends the foi lowing despatch: — "Senator Thurman made a long and strong speech to-day on the question of the Pacific Railroad indebtedness j 0 the Government, and in favor of his bill for creating a sinking fund to pay it off. He said that the two great companies owe the United States $tt4, 000,000 for the priocipsl of the bonds loaned them, and that as they are now released by decision of the Supreme Court from paying tho interest until the principal becomes due, tlie whole debt will amount at matuiity to $181, 000,000, a sum which he seemed to think the roads will never be able to pay. He gave the present net earnings of the Union Pacific as $0,148,3(15, and the Central Pacific as $8,031,493. No vote was reached to-day It is assert ed by friends of the roads that Mr Gordon's substitute for the Thurman bill, which does not meet with their opposition, will be adopted. They arc decidedly opposed both to the Thuiman bill, aud the Lawrence bill which passed the House last session." ■ Tin: DEADLY HOUSEHOLD VET. Vour Verso its Jlitleu—One Dies or' lbj drvphobitt . About two months ago a pet dog.owned by a family named Stackmeyer, residing in Union Village. North Belleville, N. Y was seized with strange symptoms, and bit Mrs. St&ckmeyer, her two children and a neighbor. The dog was killed, the wounds healed, and nothing more was thought of the matter until iast week, when one of Mrs. Stackmeyer*s sons was taken with convulsions such as are at tended on hydrophobia. A physician was called in and he at ooce pronounced the case hydrophobia in its most malign ant form. All his efforts to saze tlie boy were in vain. On Saturday last the boy died in great agony. The friends of Mrs! Stackmeyer are in continual dread that she. the other boy and their neigh bor will be taken also with the terrible malady. Mrs. Stackmeyer tties to per suade herself that she ami the other two are not in danger, but her friends cannot so persuade themselves. It seems none of the eases were caterized or had any thing done to neutralized tlie dog's bite. Everybody will concede the ineff able meanness of Decoy Bliss, the re moved United Slates District Attorney of New York, in bringing the income tax suit against Gov. Tilden. It is an unadulterated partisan trick utterly unworthy an honest or a decent man. and as such it is regarded by all who have aDy regard for the ordinary pro prieties of life. We do not for a mo ment believe that his successor, who is reputed to be an honorable lawyer, will press the suit, notwithstanding the instructions from Commissioner of Internal Revenue Raum. "Good morning, Donnelly; l hear you daughter lias a baby: is it a boy or a girl?" "Shure, miss, and it's meself as dosen t vet know forthe life of me if I'm a grand father or a grandmother, bedad!" use l»e llev. Phillips Brooks, of' Boston, gets about 25 pairs of worked slippers every year. He keeps two barrels in studio, and as the ladies file in lie says. '-Lefts in that barrel, madame; right? this.** Sotliorn is in California, he 'quarreled with Godwin, the other joking member of his company, is said to be that Dundreary's jokes did not contain enough humor logo round. The reason It Wm. O'CONNOR, Merchant Tailor S HAS IRKMOVED Ho ÎÎ. West Third Street, i.OneJdoor from Market. J / And has laid na oplendui Asaortmento Cloths, Ca8simcres and Vesting»! F«»K::**!• RING ANI) NUH.HkK, Which he the time«. ill make up at prices tojaui Pants a Specialty. febinr JOHN DAVIS Merchant Tailor Xt. 190 harket »Street, of WILMINGTON, DKL. Largeiandlselect stock. Frice<Jto huit the times. All goods andjwork guaranteed. Promptness our motto. Ï ootl8-3m Fashionable [Furniture. J. & j. n."harman.' Mo 41« . King Street, | WILMINGTON, DEL. We respectfully inform the citi zen* of Wilmington, and the sur rounding country that to manufacture und keep o long established every variety and style, consisting of Mahogany, Rosewood and Walnut Furniture suitable for parlor, dinning-room and chamber uses. Our assortment of Furniture is largerand more varied than can be fouud in Delaware, and all articles sold at our establishment are warranted as represented. Venitian Blinds of tho most fashionable designs made to order and kept constantly •n hand. Wc also manufacture and con stantly keep a large assortment oi spring Hair, Moss and liusk Mattresses. J. & J. N. HARMAN, 410 King street, Wilmington. continue hand ware at our large and : rooms, Furniture of R. P. TAWRESEY & BRO., Harne«» & Trunk manufacturers, SNc. 407 King Straet, WlLMINOTOK. DEL. Where they Intend keeping on hand a full »saortmentof Harne»*, rmliilce, Brulle, Col lars, Whip», Blankets, Fly Nets, comba. Brushes, Trunk*, Traveling Bses, Valise* Shawl Strap*, and everything generally kei r In their line o( buslne«.«, all of which will lie made ol the Best Material, ami g"arantced to give aat • iction. «-mcie and Double i, , r ness uiAu'j c: rs solicited. RuglüW i* 1 I DiwtUm Ik« KwUctl Skip: Nbw Orleans, Jan. 30.—To-day in the legal Legislature, Yesterday I the radical rump, pretending to bave ' a quorum, elected Jim Lewis, s yellow politician, to the United SlateaSenate. Their leaders, startled at this unex. pccted choice of their factious colored foiloweis, declared then that Lewis was not elected, as a quorum had not vcted. As a consequence ".here were heavy desertions from the rump to day. Since January 8th the stock of seven local companies of various kinds lias appreciated in value over two and a quarter millions of dollars and all oth er local interests show a like buoyancy the effects of a good government The Con.plralor». A special says that Zieh Chandler telegraphed to Packard to this effect : ''Make an attack if you have to die on the street.'' Packard didn't do it. Lie don't want to die very much. 1 lint Vote. Over 3,000,000 Americans voted for President ial candidates last November, says the New York Fxprem, and over 0,000,000 of them believe that Samuel J. Tilden was fairly elected. When the centenarian, Father Bo ehm, died. Dr. Lovick Pierce, of Georgia, became the oldest Methodist minister in the United States. He is now ninety-tw*, and preached for his son, Bishop George Foster Pierce, hut a few Sundays ago. Senator C'onkiing is a tine German scbolai, and made a vole for the next Presidency (1880) by the manuer in which he treated the letter addressed to him in German by a citizen of Eric, to which the Senator replied also in German. FETER GHOSH. r .'AVc.H, I Set. -J'JI HLiti; ,-4t n; *T . wii.MfMITOV. j » KL. MEDICAL., JUDGMENT OF THE I'KOI'LK. During tlie past eight year» tlie public have carefully obserxixi the wonderful plisluNi by ALLEN'S Htkknl j iilxino CordiaTi. From its use mai stored t pendetl a ! ■ y an oflllcled sufferer lias lieen re pi rfcet health after having ex 11 fortune in procuring medi il advice and obtaining jkmsoiious ruedi Jts medical properties are iiiie, solve» llsou.se of the humain I.EN'.S STICKNGTIIKNI l»e used with perfect safety alterative, and diuretic. There i«» no stem for which Al ' Con not AI.LKIN'S Strengthening' Cordial >4 C H O F I ' I ; a , ii ^SCROFL LOI S II l MOD. it Mill eradicate fn taint of Seraiul It has pc helpless oa dies failed. the s,\ d Serofnl« .r • I •nt 1 v v •d 'here all other know veine Ai.lkx's fcv i it k n g t i i k m n g Uo-h dial S the grei d blood purilier, d ves l*iiupies and Hi •es «Syphilis the ] Reason should teach us that a blotchy, rough or idmpliti skin deiKmds upon an internal plicutlon can • •nt irely nd unit ward up tlie defect. TUMORS, ULCERS OR OLD SORES Are caused by an impure stateof U» blood; cleanse the bbssl thoroughly with Alien'» Strengthening (brdial and tliee'omplaints will dlsappt'ur. Alien'* Strengthening < imitai eure» Counti pation. Dyxppp*ia % Fut nt nr a* <>j Stomach It is nota stimulating Bitters which create* a fictitious appetite, but a gentle Tonic, which assists nature to restore the stomach to a healthy action. No person suffering with Hour Htomueh k Head ache, Oostiveneso Pal pation of the Heart, Indigestion, ' Low spirts, Ac., can take three doses without re lief. Allen'. s St'■engt hen ing ( hrdial eu res Female Weakness; it acts directly upon tlie cause« of these complaint*, invigorates and strengthens the whole system, arts upon •relive organs and allays in&Suma tlie mation. Allen's Strengthening Cordial has — mercurial diseases, uain in the bones as it removes from the.systemthe Ï <roduclng cause. Halt Rheum a'ml Mould leatl readily yield t<F the great alterative effects of this medicine. Alien'* Strengthening known to fail in glvli failed t«» e Cordial has ne-v^r i>eon ng immediate relief in all diseases of the Kidney* and Urinary or gans. This medicine challenges ttu« most profound attention of the medical faculty many of whom are i»re*eribing it their patients. Alien'* Strengthening fbrdialnvis usdeligut fully on the tender l»at»e, the most delicate lady, and infirm old age, as on tlie strong man; imparting health and vigor to the nerves and brain, blood- vessies, heart and liver w hen taken you can feelitalife-gi\ - ing power course through every art«'ry de stroying all diseas«« inthehlofidand giving health, elasticity and strength to the winde organization Alien'* Strengthening Cordial Is arknowl edged by uil class of in-ople to Is* tho best and most reliable bl«x>d purifier in the world. It is a never failing remedy and can be relied upon. How many thousands upon thousands have been snatched as it were from the brink of the grave by its miraculous power. Who will suffer from Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Disease of tlie .Stomach. Kidneys, Bowels, or Bladder when such u great remedy is within reach? /o umes might 1« flllptl with proof from all parts of tlie civilized wor|d to pmvethnt no remedy has ever been discovered in the whole history of mcdicino that acts so promptly. Even in the worst cases ot Hciofula a good appetite, complete diges tion. strengt 11 and uaisposltion for exercis«-. *. If the bowels are costive, or headache accompanies the disease, the use of Allen's Liver Pills will remove It. Over eight year.««experience and the increasing popularity vines are eonvlusn c pro« to follow its are r Allen'* anedl if. 'rice £1.00 per bottl druggist or Ma 1 tot ties fo lo •- i ' keej •t it. we will for a rd ha! vipt of the prie • Prepar.xl only bv AMERICAN MKDICIN'K ('(). Sr. Josy.nr, Mo jaaod*«-!/ For by aU Druggist*. Allen's Pile OINTMENT, 77n» Original and (,'enulne preparation. Tho reputation ot' tliI* Medicine is now so well established that liberal minded men In the medical pro fee« Ion throughout the In Ion recommend It to their patients very best of all remedies for Piles. Hun dreds of the most painful eases of Piles have been cured by Its use In a very short time. No medicine lias ever oMallied a higher or more deserving reputation than Allen's Pile Ointment. Allen's Pile Ointment i vernal usefulness whim salve ointment or emUrucut ion Is required, in eases of Burns, Healds. Blisters .Sprains, Bruises, Abrasion«», cm*, fleers. Hall Rheum Tetter, Eczema, Bing Worm, Bar tier's Itch, Frosted Tdnibs, chilblain*.Chap ped .Skin. Fever Blister*. Bed Sires, Sore Feet, Bunions, Vi l iable Poisoning, Bite« of Insects, Ac. There Is no known remedy that gives such lasting relief as Allen's Pile Ointment. It Is a new, delightful and wonderful reme dy. designed and warranted to supersede all oilier Ointments yet discovered. Allen's Pile Ointment Is entirely different from uny other Ointment in the whole world perfectly harmless for the infant or aged: it Is cooling and grateful to the burn ing brow, throbbing temples and fever parched system; It will banish pain and al lay hifiummat Ion more rapidly than . curative compound In this tu* any other country. Price 60 cents a box, or six boxes If your druggist or store-keep rtoci it. we will forward hull i dress on receipt of price. I* re pa ml only by the •medy of' ltnl ll cerate for 82.00. othuve y ud ti AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. S r. .Toheph. Mo. ile by all Druggist*. Jun«-1yd«*w a ALLEN'S LIVER FILLS Perfectly tasteless, elegantly routed. For the cure of all disorders of the Stomach, 1 Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headache,ConstIputIon, C'ostlve newL Indigestion. Dyimeptia,and all Bili ous Diseases, such as Constipation, Inward Biles. Fullness of Blood to the Head. Aci dity ot the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the stomach. Hour Eructations, Sinking c; Fluttering at tlie Pit of the Stomach. Swim ming of the Head. Hurried und Difficult Breathing, Fluttcrlngat the Heart, Choking or «suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever or dull pain In the Head, DilHeulty of perspiration, Yellow ness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Chest. Limbs, and Sudden Flushes of Heat. Burning of the Flesh, etc. Ai.lkx's Livkh Pii.i.s may always >h> relhxl on asa safe and effectual remedy, und may he taken by both sexes at all times with beneficial results. By their use tlie weak are made strong. Distress after eat ing, In want Weakness, Languor, Want of Appetite, are at once removed by a close or two of these 1*111». Thousands of persons who have used these Pills we have yet to hear tlie first complaint from one who lias tried them. They always give relief. ALLEYS LlVEll PILLS Regulate tlie organs of tlie system, restoring functional harmony and securing the se cretion of the proper constituents of each organ. its allotted proportion of bile—the lungs carbon, the skin sweat, the kidneys urine, etc., and are always reliable as a purgu By their •tion the liver •crates Tho aged . and persons subjected to Con stipation, Paralysis and Weakness of the Bowels, Kidneys and Bladder, etc., t Irai have to resort to Injections, by taking two ,lien's Liver l'lls, will vnjo.v natural discharges, and by the occasional use of them have regular operations. In these cases their strengthening and nutrl tous jn-ineiples are exhibited; every dose will add new strength to the Bowels, Liver Kidneys, etc., that may be worn or depleted by age. I hose pjjls, want Unit science lias \ er failed to Kopply is secured, and this la thorough purgative that c safety in eases of eruptive fe lall-pox, erysipelas, yellow fever, ficarlet d typnoUl fevers. When the Mucous Membrane becomes ulcerated, these Pills •t thoroughly, yet heul ulcerated and » x orluted parts. They are made from < racts— fr he given new ingrisIlentH—-entirely egetable, superloir in every reaped to the ordinary powders and substances of tlie common advertised pills, and have a pale, certain, and uniform action. Price 2.1 cents a box, or six boxes for £1.21 If your druggist or store kecycr does m have them, we will forward half a doze Mixes to any uddresFon reeeip of the prie«, •repared only by >t AMERICAN MEDICINE CO., Ht. Joseph, Mo. JuiiU-diYw-l J For sale by all druggists. 407 MARKET ST. 407. 1 IBNJ. 8 . CLAHK, A full assortment of SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES, J K WELK Y and SPECTACLES, Constantly on hand and for sale at tlie low est market rates. Particular and personal attention given to ltcpulringany articles In t^e above line. A fine assortment of .Spectacle* constant ly on hand .and sole agent for the Celebrated Diamond Hpectucles. marl5 T> HESTON A YARN, I PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER,* And dealer in Alkkican and Swlss W ATCIIES. CLOCKS, J F.WKLRY, SPECTACLES EYE-GLAHSKS, HILVER WARE, AC NO. :WT> MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. rtinilurattention paid to repairing 1 l \* branehoH ; also, changing siiectucle *>°d assortment of glasse« ail it glusse*. K Slant ly The public is « y sit Mdm lly invite«! to call and •k ;«ud leuru Uly prices m exit ini lelO-'TT (] t I. It(THII, H AH REMOVED To VV, MARKET tTREET. A LARUE HTl-l'K Of WATCHES. JF.WKT.ItY.I AXh 81LVKR WARE, isiaJUiy onhanu. murra-V, PA1KliiK ■«•«nlrd to. r-i j> li. MINOI.F. A CO., ^Seed Merchants, MARKET^TREET, FHILAML Nr w Crop C-I.OVKHSF.KD Waxted, for nest market prices will fa* l«.rom„." plC o , . ,y ,n " n - I'rompt r, l prompt remitlance. oeU2.ïm w 10o Yh a tile Iii> s.-nd s; ply J AMES M Bin . U JRIL-SE PAINTER IGRCV ■■ street; "*'* \ > HAILBOADH. P hiladelphia, Wilmington a BALTIMORE KAIL ROAD. Novrmbkr 2Ttb, 1*78. Trains will leave Wilmington for Philadelphia and Intermediate Htatlons, 6.6.1, 8.10, y.00, 9.K, 10.45 a. m. 2.30, 4.30,7.20, 8.64, p. m. I'nfla. and Now York, 2.02a.m. 12.14, 12.40, 5.4«, p. m. Baltimore and Intermediate Stations, 12.52, 8.39 a. ni. n „ Baltimore and WaNhlngton, 12.52, 1.53, 8.31» a. 111. 12.60, 1.26, 6.11» p. m. Trains for Delaware DivlMan, leave for: Now Castle, 5.00, 6.20. 9.35, a. m. 1.30, 6.30, m. Wyoming and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, 9.35, a. in. C.;io p. m. Dolmur and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, 9.36, a. in follows, SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate .Stations, 8.10 a. m. 5.00. 0.30, p. m. Philadelphia and New York, 2.02 a. m. Baltimore und Washington, 12.52,1.55 n.m. For further Information passengers are time tables posted at the H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. referred to ti dej»ot. BOOTS AND SHOES . GREAT ATTRACTION! AT THE EAST END Boot & Shoe Store ? S. E. Cor. 9tli and Spruce Sts. Call and examine my stock of Gents, La dles, Missus and Childrens lioots, shoos and gaiters, all of which are selling at prices to suit the times. Custom worka specialty, and clone in the bent style and moderate rates. Repairing neatly and cheaply done. aug4-1y VM. HOUCK. JAMES MONAGHAN'S IsTEW Boot and Shoe Store, Second & Jeffersor^Sts 1\ Hpiavlng laid ln a full^aSSm y Æ V ment of Gentlemen's, Ladies', Misses* and Children's Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Rubbers, all of wliicn are mude of good material aiul work muni ike manner I am prepared to supply the citizens of Wilmington and vi cinity with all goods in my line ut prices suit the present llnnncial crisis. Custom work a specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed. Thepublic are cordially invited to give me call und learn my prices. dec!5-3md N. W. cor. .JAMES MONAGHAN. THE PLACE TO BUY IS AT THE NEW SHOE STORE, loa West -Recoil«] Street Where you can g, l well niailo and durable BOOTS AND SHOES AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. 8E. We have a large stork of Gents', Iia<lies', Misses and Children's wear constantly on hand. feb26-ly J. C. ALEXANDER, 100 West .Second St. New Store ! New Goods ! Low Prices I AFTER ALL, 'AFTERIALL, after all. Tbo best argument Lowest Phices fob Quality of goods. This we do offer in every Boot, Shoe or Gaiter ■ we sell for Ladies, Gents, Misses, and B Children. We have a full and complete«#* stock for the coming season, which we fnvite the public to call and examine. LADIES WHITE KID ShlPP ERS SPECIALTY. Particular attentloa paid to CUSTOM WORK. JOHN K. UAUCOt'K. W. Cor. Second and Marke can offer the people m pr24*8m R. NO HUMBUG m 'i'iie undersigned is entire stock of •Hing hh BOOTH &, 8IIOEH At and Below Cost ! to Close Business by February next Store Fixtures for.sale. T. F. PENNINGTON, 110 T:ast Second Street^ nov22-d3m 1'I.lMltKItS. WM. S. WATT, No. 1009 Market Slreet, PLUMBER, STEAM A UA«i FITTER, All material« in my line of bu stantly on hand. * n»secon tf Wilmington, Aug. 2d, 1676 ^ndkkw mchug PRACTICAL PLUMBER, Steum and Gas Fitter, ®01 W'nlniit Street, Wilmington, Dei. .ÄS"*'" 1 °* " odera ' e t *™« OUBEt 4 THE HATTEB, >o. a, Easi Third Street, Wiliuiugton, Del T EETH *•'«« ALL THE PEOPLE *- .... - " BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT / CG _ *S. $.f, *s and 810 PEU SCTT ÏÏ' 'urnii!* 11 '" 1 paln •»' u 'e >->'1.1 tiilrtj rxjmricm-o. No. 8 Ea^> rn, B , UR : BAClaüHEB, h " tU 8treet » »Fl'osite CUyt<ai ai>a iy use ALLCOCK'S Porous Plast« 0 WAsk for AI.LCOC K them, ami ko T10N8. »..I "void miser»:, «MlTj. R- BRAXDltKTli Ofllre, 294 Canal Ntrn iKivild.« w:lmte ■I. Xe The Triumph Truss Compaq 1315 Che.itn ut St, pii Ljuiunrs AND 334 Bowery Ne» Y [r 90 to DO duy.H, nod ofli * r »Lowlor a - ' p, they cannot cure. Mrs.c a m ui" A. M., M. I)., (the only ladv iruÄ the world) In charge of tho'i.a, iw ment. The Triumph Truss lm,SL ■■ ed the medal at aft the fcinÄf« been exhibited. Examination*&;< 10 cents for New Book, ul cltterÄ 1 WNj EPILEPSYORFISI S.t.MAKlTAN Kervixf Ur, N erve Conqueror, cure« KpltaLJ Convulsion*. 8pu*m», (it. VHuVffi ull nervous disease* ; the only hg ttlvc and *ure euro for Epilé», been tested by thousands unit ' ' been known to fall lnaalnglecantTÏM stamp for circulars, giving eviiW cures. Trial packago free pu?, name of express office whenonlertii! telnes. Also send name« und :uMràiï l>ersons subject to Epileptic Fits * Address, Dr. 8. A. RICHMOVn JanDdAwty Box. 741, Ht. ; ON D HVO STO RES. Truss and Brace IL, ment. AVINO a stork of TRlsyrs i CE8, H U PP0RTER8 ,81 • s l'Fy other mecliunlcal appllanon paKsod In extent and variety In Uian other Nlmllar eKlahllKhuient lu (liera and with upward* of Ttcrnly Tear*' Mmparh In applying them, we feel eonflileai nhl I i t y to gi vo entl re sattefaetion lo ,11, requiring our services In this dlrertl« OUR INSTRUMENTS are constructed In the best manner« best materials, and of various sD»i> all cases, from the smallest Infants largestadnR. g WE HAVE A PRIVATE R00! for their adjustment, while our prl< so moderate and so varied byourexv assoi tmeiit, as to suit the pocket«ofi Hundreds o(r . after trying Uni -• o'««» bave ta < NP their gratiflcaui ^ IV. fuel li ties ami« rr *-" r -1 with which ^ been sultoti at( tublishmcnt. ,1 ■ .pc' « E. BRINQHÜRSTéJ A pot.ToJ N. W. for. .Sixth and Market. sud WlhnJjifflJ HENRY MUELU APOTHECAR Fourth aud Waluiil I WILMINGTON, DEI.., J Germau Apothecary. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPT»] Carefully Compounded at all JioJ nov26-3md W. E. WILLIAMS DRUGGIST, I Ninth and Market Strtt Keei s a full line of DRUGS AND MEDICJNKSJ Pure, fresh, and carefully selected! DISPENSING PRESCRIPTIONS FILLING ORDERS for FAMILTI First-THE BEST QUALITY OBIi BLE. Never facrificing quality for ohm« Skcond—REASONABLE PRIA «Special attention paid to comi'ooai PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULL 1 d CURATKLY, W. E. WILLIAMS, Druffid Corner Ninth and Market «n Wilmingto« feU8-tt CHEAP COAI >CT l G ms re«l ced 4ke price o" ENTERPRISE CO! ONEIDOLLAK PEK TO? We»l and W«W, and Orange and WU* OSfcPHW Office«: Sept. 4tb. j 576.—tf R obert Hutto* Plumber and Gas No. 1 « E. S.-uoiid^ Does all kinds of work In hi* be»st manner and at the lowest Orders thankful I y receive! ami 1^ aateuded to. Oils and Lamps of different hand and for sate very cheap uov25d3m m JOHN ®. HI« 1 ! MACHIN)^ Nr « olid & retl,> No. '^OegKast No. 513 Otungct Silr««t*J Keeps on hand and njii eitf Bolt and Rivet C ut %«ro^ chines, Meat Choppers,, w ji W ranch. Punching and t ail of wh ich are very ^painj poses Intended. He liS Pistols, Lock*, and doc«, 'JJ Work generally. All kieu ground in the best style A person with some chine work will be takw* the subscriber has more Ui ofPubllo patronage Ml betlT*7®wtx ^ a« ■ ti ND 1'IN'E- -five OAK A PER LOAD D> SI.50 lie!« GREAT HEAÎ'pï'I 1 LOAD OF OAK A Look WHAT A f WOOD; and only •*