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The General Assembly. «Port-*»**«*""* Ä met at 10 o clock, a. m. Roll called, and Mr. Davis absent. Mr. Hopkins introduced a bill to amend act to incorporate the Indian Hirer, and Behoboth Bay Oyster Planting Com ivanv, which was read. . Hopkins presented a petition from Uvrus Ward and 150 others, for an act to incorporate a railroad from Delmar to Millboro. Head and referred to Com mittee on Incorporations. On motion of Mr. Hopkins the House bill to amend Chapter 15P, Current Vol umc Delaware Laws, was read. On motion of Mr. Harrington, the House bill to prohibit lire stock from junaing at large in School District No. lib, in Sussex county, was read. I in motion of Mr. Hopkins, the House bill authorizing the Vestry of St. John's 1'. il. Church, at Greenville, in Sussex county, to change and straighten a public road, was read. Mr. Fiddeman, from Committee onFi nance, reported a joint resolution direct ing the State Treasurer to reinvest cer Uin bonds belonging to the school fund, which was read and adopted. Mr. Ray, from Committee on Revised statutes, reported the House bill to amend chapter 504, volume 14, with an amend ment, which was read and adopted. The bill was then read a third time and passed. Mr. Denney gave notice ol a supple ment to the act to incorporate the Smyrna Building and Loan Association of Smyrna. ,, . . Mr. Ray, lrom Committee on Revised statutes, reported unfavorably on the pe tition of George W. Cummins and others, in regard to Sunday excursions. Adioumed. Mr AFTkBXOON, SESSION. Senate met at 3 o'clock. On motion of Mr. Hopkins, the Dill to repeal Chapter 445, Volume 14 was taken up read a third time and passed. Mr. Denney gave notice of an act in relation to roads and bridges, passing over mili-dams. Mr. Harringtee. from Committee on Roads and Highways, reported on pe tition, a bill to lay out a public road in Milford Hundred, which was read. Mr. Fildeman, presented a remon strance against the union of the several school districts, of the town of Milford. Read and reft: red to Committee on Education. Mr. Denney, presented a petition for an additional Notary Public in Smyrna. Read aud referred. Mr. HarringtoD. from Committee on Roads and Highways, reported unfav orab.y the bill in relation to Murphy's mill dam. The bill was then taken up read a third time and lost. Mr- Kay gave notice of a bill in re atioa to banka and banking institu tions organized under the laws of this State. Mr. Ray, from Cemmitlee on Re vised Statutes, reported unfavorably, the bill to repeal the act increasing the fees of the Secretaty of State, which was taken up, and laid over for further :on 6 ideration. On motion adjourned. BOUSE. The House met at 10 o'clock a. m. The following petitions aad remon st: ances we re presented: Mr. Thompson, petitioned for an act to »naex part of Little Creek hundred, Sus rex county to Gomboro hundred. Also a remonstrance against the same. Mr. Speaker presented a petition for the epea! of the stock law for Little Greek -ndred, Sussex county. Gn motion of Mr. Coehran the Senate amendment to the act to incorporate U iessa Town Hall company was concur red ia. On motion of Mr. P.obinson. Senate act to amend an aa prohibiting live stock from running at large in School District, X.. 105 Sussex county was indefinitely i»y Mr. Holcomb, An Act authorizing, *.he chancellor or Judge of the Orphans Court to appoint Guardians during vaca lion, and An Act to organize the Mary and and Delaware Railroad Company alter foreclosure and sale by that or some »the: name that may hereafter be adopted .nd rtn corporating same into a body politic. By Mr. Wright. An Act to re-incorpo ate the Town of Dover, and An Act to repeal Chapter 173 and 174, Volume 15, Delan'are Laws. This last act relates to the Courts of New Castle county. The following bills were read a third time and passed: An Act to prohibit stock from running at large in School District No. 62, New castle county. An Act to incorporate postponed. Th« follow ing bills were given notice oi: pany. The following bills were introduced and read: By Mr. Burnite, An| Act relating to in surance companies. By Mr. Ware, An Act to incorporate he Board of City Missions and Church Extension of the M. E. Church, Wilming ton. Aud An Act amending the Act reg ulating tiie building of wharves in the ' of Wilmington. lv Mr. Cochran. An Act merging the Xe*v Castle and Wilmington and the New Castle R. E. and Turnpike Com pany into the P. W. & B. Railroad Com pany. On motion of Mr. Morris, An Act to prevent stock from running at large in 'chool District No. 50, New Castle county was read a third time and lost. Mr. Holcomb presented a memorial of âmes II. Johns, asking pay for the man uscript of the late Chancellor Johns used by C hancellor Bates in his Chancery Re ports. Mr. Wright presented a petition for nnd a remonstrance against the Act to in orporate the Board of Dover Public schools. The Clerk of the .Senate informed the House, that the Senate had concurred in Vn Act to amend Chapter 384, Volume Laws of Delaware. He also asked oncurrence in a joint resolution, direct ng the State Treasurer to reinvest cer tain money for school purposes. Adjourned. AFR BN »ON. The House met al 3 o'clock, p. m. The following hills were gi'en no nce of: By Mr. Robinson An act to amend section 2, chapter 73| Volume 15 Delaware laws. By Mr. Brown, an act for the regu lation of Trustees of the Poor. By \ Mr. War«, an act for the releif of married women and children. The following bills were introduced wlirrÄ' "ent? i« 0 Ä?ä 1 c ; ti'ot n Ä io ~ r ^ r e * vc « . . Sacred Heart, of Wilmington, and an act to amend chapter 34 Cjnce.mng constables, j The clerk of the Senate presented for concurrence an act to repeal chap t er 445 Volume 14,Delaware law«. The following petitions were pre gented. By Mr. Ware: A petition of J, Percey Robinet for a divorce. By Mr. Robinson, a petition for a more liberal Liquor law. By Mr. Vi right, » petition for an act consolidating school district No. I, 30, 21 and 59 Kent county. Mr. Brown, presented a remonstrance against the act. Mr. Ware presented a claim of W. W. Pritchett against the Slate. The following bills were on motion re& a a third time aod passed: By Mr. Thompson, a further supplement t 0 an ac t to incorporate Pocomoke River Improvement Company. g. Mr, Cochran, an act amending the act consolidating School Districts jj og 7 p. 704 102 and 103+ Sussex County. ßy Mr. Cochran. An act to prohibit j; Te stock from running at large in öchoo i District No. 86 New Castle County. On motion of Mr. Brown, the act re p 0rle( ] f ro m Committee transfer ring B. Alaband's farm ia School Dis trjct 3 , Kent County, to Districts No 113 anU j 13 ^ waa rea d. Oo motion 0 f Mr. Holcomb, the Senate joint resolution authorizing the state Treasurer to reinvest certain m0 for , he benefit of the schools waJ ^ and referre d. On motion of Mr. Burnite, the joint Resolution in relation to investigating the affairs of the Farmers Bank as amended by the Senate was taken up for consideration. Senate amendment was amended so as to include all Banks where the State held stock and adopted. Mr. Burnite, gave notice of an set to amead chapter 48 volume 15 Dela ware Laws. < This act relates to colored schools. Mr. Wright.introduced an act for the protection of minors which was read. On motion of Mr. Bird, an act to divorce Susan Waltz from George A. Waltz. Adjourned. CAPTVUE OF HIGHWAYMEN. St. Louis, Feb. 13.—The highway men, who have been operating in the suburbs of this city aad oyer in Il linois for some months past, have at last been huDted down by the police, aod three of them—John Benyon, Charles Miller and John L. Hyan—are Dow in custody, having Keen arrested within the past two days. After bis capture Beoyon gave the gang away and detailed the history of their opera tions. He assert« that Miller first told their seciets to a woman who, in turn, gave the police a clue on which to work. Beoycn states that Ryan is the man who robbed and shot Farmer Grace about a month ago, Grace dy ing a few days afterward of his wounds. Ryan is also the man who gave Officer Purcell such a teirible heating eu the same day that Officer Brelefield was killed. Benyon is a plumber, Ryan a laborer and Miller a variety performer by occupation. They have hitherto been unknown to police annals, hence the difficulty in securing their detection ere this. A SthangkUhion Checked.—Jbbsei Cot, Feb. 13.—Early yesterday morning Justice McCoy, of this city, was awakened and asked to go ami perform a marriage ceremony. The Justice consented aDd was driven off in a hack a long distance, in which direction he does not know, as the night was yet dark. When the car riage slopped he was taken to the se cond floor of a frame house and into a room where six persons were gsther "d about a bed, on which lay a youth of about 16, apparently at the point of death. A girl of ed into tne room, and the Justice was requested to marry her to the dying man. The girl burst into tears and protested, whereupon the Justice re fused to perform the ceremony and left the bouse. He was unable to as to certain the names of the parties or fix the location of the house. to in reg the the the Com Com to in of man used Re for in Public the in asked direct cer about 14 was usher A WESTERN GIRL. While the lasses of the east are in the habit of screaming if a mouse runs out of a corner, the maias of the west amuse themselves by choking rattlesnakes and killing panthers. Six miles above Sheri dan Ore., Dec., 23, a young lady of 18 attacked a panther which had been mak ing havoc of her fathers sheep, and killed him at the second shot. The beast weigh ed 150 pounds. Diana presented her spoil to the stock raisers of the county, who in turn drank her health as "one of girls." our 'A COOK IN' LOVE: | Here to an incident of recent occur rence at a restaurant: A gentleman summons the waiter, and points to a hair which had intro duced its sinuous folds into a dish of macaroni on which he was engag ed. "Ah'." aays the waiter, cheerily, "I can tell you where that comes from. OurcAçftoin love, aod is constantly opening a medallion containing a lock of liis sweetheart's hair. Of course, some of it occasionally falls into the dishes." The gentleman muttered something about "disgusting" and "beastly." The waiter continues: "Beg par don, sir, hut would you mind giving tne the hair' You see, he is so fond of her, that it quite pleases him when I bring bring back a stray hair two." If Tilden should be returned elected Phillips thinks it will be the govern ment of the revolver in the South and rum in the North The 8 t. Louis Times is losing cour age, and concludes that "the colossal infamy in Louisiana will he indorsed as easily as the lesser crime in Florida-'' Wells and Anderson should take courage. The Illinois Legislature passed resolutions in denunciation the barbarous treatment which they said to have received. m. no to regu By ^ÇÂSfSSa? Si w " "Si- "7°" *" W • d " ke - V by lb * I "* ""Älvis wid de red eye, d.t got | darn'd in de powder' sploshin'.™ " Ye v, tl * a*-" "Well, I kno shim. "Is he reliable? •'Gin'ullv, but hit 'pends moughtily on de bizness'dat he's 'gaged in at de time!'' ■ What business would he suit best in as a porter:'" "Well, to tell yer de tlat-footid, onso phisticated tufe, sab. dar's one place « bar dat nigger cou'd wuck an' be es n' dat's ez porter in In dat case de e'ner' hones' ez de day er real-'state sto*! ud be lierable fer to tine de propputy al ius jess whar he lef hit!" The gentleman named Davis was not engaged. The Chicago miracle of the woman whose paralvzed mouth was released while she was praying is reviewed by Prof. Swing, who says that its character does not involve anv but physical causes. "There is no known reason why paraly sis, descending as it does from the brain, might not instantly depart, when from anv cause the brain had become intensely excited." Since 8wing's article, several Chicago phvsidans pronounce Mrs. Rob inson a humbug. having never had any variety of paralysis but the hysteric, and simulating the disease when she was free from it. Export op Bctiebih«.—D uring the month of January there were ex ported from the port of Philadelphia to France. Eoglaud, Scotland, Ger many, and the Ncderlanda over 1,000, 000 pounda of buiterine. formerly known as elemargarene In York county, South Carolina, Gov-1 Sits, U ,U"J. treasurer has beeuable to secure only S12 from his constituents. I The Cherokee have over eighty com-11'lles, mon schools. The Chlckasawa have four I public and about ten district schools.The 1 Ihoctaws have two public schools and I over fifty district schooU. The Creeks , have three public schools and about thirty I district schools, I The discoveries of coal in Brazil have not hitherto been very important, but a set ot mines in the Province of San l'e dro de Rio Grand do Sol appear to l>e of I considerable. One of these is m the hands I of an English company, which is about I to construct a railroad for conveying the I coal Another, alio in English hands, I already has a railroad. ( I MEDICAL. JUDGMENT OF THE PEOPLE. During the past eight years the public! have carefully observed the wonderful | cures accomplished by ALLEN'S Strengthening Cordial. From its use many an offlict**d sufferer has been re-1 stored to perfect health after having ex-1 pended a small fortune in procuring medi- I cal advice and obtaining poisonous medi-1 eines. I Its medical properties are alterative. I tonic, solvent and diuretic. There is no I disease of the human system for which Al- I len's Hthengthknino Cordial cannot I be used with perfect safety. I I ALLEN'S I . , o n » Allen s Strengthening Cordial I I purifier, cures fcvphllis I les aud Humors on the I Strengthening Cordial WILL CURE SCROFULA, SCBOFVLO VS H VMOIt. It will eradicate from the system every taint of Scrofula aud Scrofulous Humor. ] It has permanently cured thousands of helpless cases where all other known reme dies failed. Is the great blood and removes Pimp Reason should teach us that a blotchy, rough or pimpled skin depends entirely upon an internal cause, and plication can ever TUMORS, ULCERS OR OLD SORES outward up the defect. Are caused by an 1 pure stateof the blood; cleanse the blood thoroughly with AlUm'a Strengthening Ojrdial and tbecomplaintswlll disappear. AUen'a Strengthening Oirdial cures Consti pation, Dyxpejisia, Faintness oj Stomach. It Is nota stimulating Bitters which creates a fictitious appetite, but a gentle Tonic, which assists nature to restore the stomach to a healthy action. No person suffering with 8ourStomach, Headache. Costiveness Pal-1 nation of the Heart, fndigestlon ' Low Spirts, Ac., can take three doses withoutrT-1 lief. toxjtow.c of 18 in Allen's Strengthening Cordial cures Female Weakness; it acts directly upon the causes of these complaints, invigorates and strengthens the whole system, acts upon the secretive organs and allays lnflama ination. Allen's Strengthening Cbnlial has never failed to cure mercurial diseases, pain ln the bones as it removes from the system the producing cause. Salt Rheum and Scald Head readily yield to the great alterative effects of this medicine. Allen's Strengthening Cordial has never been known to fail in giving Immediate relief ln all diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary or gans. This medicine challenges the most! profound attention of the medical faculty, many of whom are prescribing It to their patients. our of "I lock the par fond when or AOm'a klrenoOtrmnq Otrrfialactsasdellghtt fully on the tender babe, the most delicate lady, and infirm old age, ns on the strong man; Imparting health and vigor to the nerves and brain, blood-vesslcs, heart and liver. When taken you can reelltslife-glv-1 Ingpower course through every artery de siroying all diseases in the blood und giving health, elasticity and strength to the whole organization Allen's Strengthening (brdial Is acknowl-1 edged by all clan* of people to he the best and most reliable blood purifier in the world. It is a never failing remedy and can be relied upon. How many thousands upon thousands have been snatched as were from the brink of the grave by miraculous power. Who will sutler from Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia. Disease the Stomach, Kidneys, Bowels, or Bladder when such a great reinedv is within reach? t O umes might be filled with proof from all parts nf tho civilized world to prove remedy has ever been discovered in rhole history of medicine that act« ptly. Even ln the worst case« Scrofula a good appetite, complete dlges-1 tion. strength and »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 eight years experience the Increasing popularity of Allen's inedi eines are conclusive proof. p and cour take has of are Price »1.0» per bottle, or six bottle« forgj have u', r»?;a , ÎSÂ?oÂa , address on receipt of the prie *. Prepared onlv bv AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. „ *t. j oshph, Druggist*. laosdA fnr «are bv ail Allen's PUe OINTMENT, Original and Genufne Preparation. The reputation off thl« Medicine 1» now *o m^ men.n the medical P r »®"'®"ftî? ,1 SuSnW ' «Yhe Äfssstfi uii drei of the most painful cases of Piles have been cured by its use In a very short time No'medlcliie lias ever obtained a high more deserving reputation thau Allens or Pile Ointment. Allen's Pile Ointment is a remedy of uni versal usefulness whenever an oil cerate salve ointment or embrocation Is required, in cases of Burns, Scalds, B'tstere. Hpraln» Bruises, Abrasions, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt KJieum, Tetter, Eczema. King M "ro."' ber s Itch, Frosted Limbs. Lhflbla lna, Chap ped Skin, Fever Blisters, Bed Sores, Bore Ket. Bunions, Vegetable Poisoning, Bites 'Vhere'is nti known remedy that gives such lasting relief as Alien's Pile Ointment. It is a new, delightful ami wonderful reme dy, designed and warranted to supersede all other Ointments yet discovered. Allen's Pile Ointment is entirely durèrent other Ointment ln 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 ias- Inflammation more rapidly than any curative compound in this or any other from any Price 5 50 cents a box, or six boxes for »2.00. If your druggist or store-keep does nothave It, we will forward half a dozen to any ad dress on receipt of price. Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. St. Joskph, Mo. For sale by all Druggists. JanG-lydaw perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated. For SÜÄÄ' KÄ Ä aU Bill ons j>|geasM, BUC h as Constipation, Inward ] Fullness of Blood to the Head Acl dlty ol the Htomach, Nausea, zfoojto* 1 JT 1 . ' l **?7'h° r iSS 1, vniJSSoM*« nkh'g'or KluttvriiiK at the Pit of the Stomach. Swim ni ,^ of t , ie He od, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutterlngalthe Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensallons when ln a lying I» f stur ?i i , » n h "' , ^i^l* 1 oi' , dm < l t 1>am In the ^fore „.„.pirau,„^ Yellow nPSS <Jf the Sklu and Eyes, Pain In the Hide, (;tie«t. Limbs, and Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning of the Flesh, etc. allex's Liver Piles 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 Appetite, are at once removed by a dose or two of these Pills. Thousands of persona who have used these Pills we hove yet to hear the first complaint from one who has tried them. They always give relief. ALLEN'S LIVER PILLS ALLE A 'S LIVER PILLS Regulate the organs of the system, restoring functional harmony and securing tne se cretion of the proper constituents of each (organ. By their action the liver secretes its allotted proportion of bile-the lungs carbon, the skin sweat, the kidneys urine, etc., and are always reliable as a purga tive. The aged. and persons subjected to Con Rtlpatlon, Paralysis and Weakness of the Bowels Kidneys and Bladder, etc., that iave to'resort to Injections, by taking two or three of Allen's Idver Pills, will enjoy natural discharges, and by the occasional use of them have regular operations. In these cases their strengthening and nutri tous principles are exhibited; every dose will add new strength to the Bowels, Liver Kidneys, etc., that may be worn or depleted by age. In these Pills, a want that science has ever failed to supply is secured, and this is a thorough purgative that can be given in safety in cases of eruptive fevers, as ln small-pox, erysipelas, yellow fever, scarlet sind typhoid fevers. When the Mucous Membrane becomes ulcerated, these Pills act thoroughly, yet heal ulcerated and ex 4 corlated 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. If your druggist or store keeyer does not have them, we win forward hair a dozen boxes to any address on receip of the price, Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO., St. Joseph, Mo. •anü-d&w-ly For sale by all druggists 407 MAEKETST. 407. BENJ. 8» CLARK, A full assortment of SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY and SPECTACLES, ■ ^ . ._, -__ . .. . _ I Constantly on hand and for sale at the low 1 e8t m »Tit rates. Particular and personal I •Rßntion given to Repa^iringany articles ln above Hdp. I. A fine assortment of Spectacles constant i* 0,1 hand .and sole agent lor the Celebrated I Diamond Spectacles. marlO 1 I T> | Particular attention paid to repairing I ail its branches ; also, changing spectacle I glasses. Has a good assortment ofg lasses | constantly on hand. * The public Is cordially Invited to call and examine my stock and learn my prices* jelO-*75 RE8TON AYARS, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKBR And dealer in Alkrican and Swiss WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, V rv > U SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES. SILVER WARE, AC. NO. 305 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. I T 11 , X. 11 t . WII, u __ I HAH REMOt hi) TO i it i ... _ I ^ATCIIE.S oi 1 229 MARKET STREET.. A LARGE STOCK OF JEWELRY,) AND SILVER WARE, band. 1 I y so 1 atg-REPAIRIVO ..., ot | ma«??* promptly attended _ | m , _ _ I? amieiS Take Notlfîft the I v | ABBOTT & mckinney, l^ 9 8t *^WllmtagtOD, Del SÎ fssT a11 ^ of J I „ I Mower», repair |»» d " 11 »SïïÂÏTÂ mo I 1 attended to. Ow£^? ^| QUw ' r toon work BOOTS AJfD BHOSb, GREAT ATTRa-TIOffl at thi ea«t end Boot & Shoe Store, S. E. Cor. 9tli and Spruce Sts. Call and examine my stock of G®"**. J"*: dies. Misses and Childrens boots, shoesand gaiters, all of which are selling at prices to suitüiè times. Custom work a specialty, and done in the best style and moderate rates. Repairing neatly and cheaply done, augf-ly WM. HOUCK. /AMES MONAGbAN'S nsrsw Boot and Shoe Store, N. W. cir. Second & Jefferson Sts a Having laid ln a full assort mentof Gentlemen's, Ladles', J \ Misses' and Children's Bools, W—Shoes, Gaiters and Rabbers nil of which are made of good material and ln workmanlike manner. I am prepared to supply the citizens of Wilmington and vi cinity with all goods ln my line at priées to suit the present financial crisis. Custom work a specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed. Tbepublle are cordially Invited to glveme a call and learn my prices. dec 15-3md JAMES MONAGHAN. THE PLACE TO BUY IS AT THE NLW SHOE STORE, lOSS West Second Street Where you can get well made and durable BOOTS AND SHOES AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. We have a large stock or Gent*', Ladles', Misses and Children's wear constantly on hand. fob2«-ly * J. C. ALEXANDER, 103 West Second St. New Store ! New Goods ! Low I*rice» jRnXL. AFTER ALL. AFTERJALL, AFTE The best argument we can offer the people is Lowest Prices fob Qoautt of Goods. This we do offer in every Boot, Shoe or Gaiter we sell for Ladles, Gents, Misses, and Children. We haves full and complete stock for the earning season, which we Invite the publie to call and examine. LADIES WHITE KID -tLC *P BUS SPECIALTY. Particular attention paid to i CUSTOM WORK, JOHN K. BAUCOCK, » W. Cor. Second and Mark» pr2* *3m NO HUMBUG The undersigned Is; selling Ills entire stock of BOOTS Sc SHOES At and Below Cost ! to Close Business by February next* Store Fixtures for sale.! T. F. PENNINGTON, 110 East Second 8treeq nov22-d3m L OUIS MARTIN, Practical BOOT A SHOE MAKER, 414 East Seventh Street» Customer work a specialty, and done ln the best manner and at moderate rates. Repairing neatly and attended to. Call and see me. TeX" PLUMBERS, Robert Hutton, Plumber and Gas Fitter, IVo. 107 Kinjff St Does all kinds of work ln his line in the best manner and at the lowest figures. Orders thankfully received and promptly aa tended to. Oils and Lamps of different kinds kept ban l and for sale very cheap. oov25d3m WM. S. WATT, No. 1009 Market Street ri^UMBER, STEAM & «AS FITTER, In ▲11 materials ia my line of business eon it&ntly on hand. tf Wilmingtoo. Aug. 2d. 1878 ^NDRKW MCHUGH PRACTICAL PLUMBER, Steam and Gas Fitter, NojflOl Walnut Street, Wilmington, Del. rt •«■Plamblng. Uu and steam Fitting ol ill description, executed in he beat number al the Bhorteat notice, and on moderate term«. an!9 traarch25 enterprise coal JOSEPH I t,I « Is now receiving dally snipments ol hi superior Enterprise Coal Persons ln want of Coal should give him a call as frosh mined caol Is always better than that which has been stored over win ter. —OFFICE Water and Orange Sts. fcb3-3m JOSEPH TOUT. to COAL! COAL ! Arctic Ceitl and Ice Co„ Office—N o. 2 EAST SECOND STREET? Have the beet Coal in the market and e selling at very low rates. Call and see Guaranteed full weight (2240 lb«.) ocll7-Cm J. B. CONROW A SON R AKOAINS klndi n it ln Ä^ dke "*" e *' ,11,>rt0 "" WM. B. SHARP «h and Mjurkai rre Trnm and Brace ment. S^'alsBsH passed In extent and varlen- « w * ia other similar establishment with upwards of ln the con ***•**>» Fear«' Bim.*3»4'„S3.sS, requiring our services In ? OUR INSTRUMEN'fr*' constructed ln the best 1 * best materials, and of cases, from the largest adult. we have a privatf their adjustment, whlleou^SS! moderate and so vurled bV assortment, as to suit the various*, 1 »« smallest In,""' öiireiti >1 facilities aÄJ which tffl _ boon suited at Lr t«bll»huieui. 1 "* E. BRINGHURSTA Apolhi A N. W. Cor. Sixth and MarketHtni" Wlmlngtojr HENRY MUELlj APOTHECAR Fourth and Walnut WILMINGTON, DEL.. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTION)' Carefully Compound. ,1 at a .i nov26-3md W. E. williams] DRUGGIST, Slnth and Marker sir/J Keeca a toll line ol DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I Pure, fresh, and carefully selected hi BriRffl! Fresr-THK BEST QUALITY OBlS Never eaerificing quality for cheqj Sxcokd—REASONABLE PRiClJ Special attention paid to comi>ontJ RESCRIPT IONB^C AREFU LL W. B. WILLIAMS. Drvintl Corner Ninth and Market feb8-tf Wilmingtoi.jJ The Triumph Truss CompJ 1315 Che8tnutSt,N [Tsiugre AMD 334 Bowery Net] W V' Are curing rupture to90 days, and offer »1,000 for* they cannot cure. Mr». C. A M P A. M., M. D., (theonly lady world) ln charge of the Lidia' || ment. The Triumph Truss hat beeua ed the medal at au the fairs wterel 'beenexhibited. Examinait, narrre'l 10 cents for New Book, at either ola trusn the EETH FOR ALL THE PE0PLI BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT 12 $3, |0, te Md $10 PER SET. Teeth extracted without pain by 0* of gas. Over thirty ^ No. 8 East 0th Street, opposite House. T tperieoa LLA(i ears e. K. GA ipJS PROP RUM ON AL W ALTF.R CUMMINS' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW No SIM Kmu Ntiw (Next door to Post (juice, WlLMISOTOVk dec20*73tf JOHN P. R. POLK, AllORNEY-Al-Lkl, No. 030 Market btrkj octiadAwly WlLBINOTO B.ÜBIM8HAW, ^ NO. 826 WEST S# D no v 17 tf R. FRAZIER, JUSTICE OF THE PM AND NOTARY PUBLIC I E. a Office hours from 7 o'clock o'clock, P. M. 3d A M ARKE TS E dward l. rice. Jr., „„.-J ARCHITECT. CIVILB50BI AND SURVEYOR. Makes maps of lands, rent« now makes collections. Also draws sm mort flee, No. 8 Exchange Building, s j ral work and surveying a specialty dedî^ly __ with neatness and R ogers a kimmey, civil BN&n® Office, 24 Delà w akz New Cast«." W Land Surveying a .pecisllj , DB. SMAIHXGE*' DRUG STO® N- W- Cor- 3d & Washing» Wileix" 10 ' 1 JanTdfim THU M hatte» ( No. Easi Third Wilniiug 10 "' c.tree VVO<-H' g-INDLlNG OAK PER A ND ri* E ' load i>e lIV $1.50 lie re Look WHAT A GREAT , LOAD OF OAK |WOOD. and only A 1 - 80 '