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The General Assembly.
Dcvn Pel., Feb. 14. 1ST? Sccate met at 10 a. n. in motion of Mr. Snarpiev, tbe bill l 1 change the Dame of Ida Valentine Diiwortn was taken up. rend a third t me and pasted. Mr Ray gave nof.ee cf & bili in it ritmn to measurement of lime. '•Ir. Davia presented a peUtion from m'i D Given, in regard to transfer, his property from school District sl to 72, New C.rtie county, which ■wi*read Mr. Hay introduced a bill in rel» lion to banks and banking institutions, which was read and 3110 copies of tbe bill ordered to be printed. < m motion of Mr. Ray a committee three on printing was appointed, Speaker appointed Memrs Ray. arringtor- and Causey. On motion of Mr. Ray tbe Act to ohibit live stock from running at rge in School District. No 86, N'ew Cuttle coun'v was read. 'n motion of Mr. Catuey the House tiii supplementary to the Act to con -Beate School DistricU No >. TPi, 1.2 end 192. in Sussex county was ■ Sharpley tbe nuse bill to prohibit stock from mn Eg at iarg* in School District No . New Castle couniy, was read. . Ileactv introduced a bill supple raeatary to the Act to incorporate the , Smyrna Building and Loan Associa lies, which was read •Jz motion of Mr. Hamcgtor. the II -re bill to incorporate the Diamond r isle Shoe and Leather Company, was .tu i. Mr Harrington, from Come. Sp. cjdlj' reported lor the Gazetie. ICXATX. i retd. J a motion of Mr. I Minin', Bridge, to a ttationarr bridge, < J * -.-u wis riM,. .M.r. Ucuney introduce a a ji.. ;n re* .iU >n lo roadspaaeit^ vermi.l dame, was read. Mr. Hopkins, it. n. Committee on L-t-.i'.ioo, reported ihr Houae bill to 1 ■... t,.- n r, „Jinn n. "t. - nnl T. " t iI \,TViV,5 'U V.Tr^i .... »da, Ao*. jj *Ld »4. NcwLaatie was taken up, read a '..me, and pafceei. A*i,vurnec. attervoox sEsaos. tie met at 3 P. M. speaker presented a commani -:u the Board of Education of :.'r:agtoa, which was read and re .'.rre : to Committee on Education. Mr Causey offered a joist resolu ' r .mpensiting Alfred P. Hobinsoc chancellor <id litem which was and referred to Committee oa T; L ■ Hop us presenit-d a petition âmes H. W&rriBjrton ia regard rtaio private road, read and re -Javis from Committee on Cor . ations reported back the House bill f -pp.ementary to act incorporating tue Penninsuiar Agricultural and Pou • ogtcai Association, wbicb wa-taken up. read a tnird time and passed. 'un motion ol Jlr. Bay the rate by TVhicn the bill to amend Cha; ter 364 ^ o.ume 14, Laws of Delaware, - dered, the Dili was reco mmitted to tae Committee on Revised Statutes. Mr. Da7is from Committee oa Agri •rc, reported back tne House bill r. hibit stock running at large in ool District T5 and part of School tr:ct No. recou ■ Us iu Sutitx County, rc.cu wi> taken up, read a third time ud passed, Mr. Harriagton from Committee on '■ - -s and Highways, reported the i .use hid in relation to Assessor and : *• Commissioners in St. Georges, id., wmen was taked up, rea«J a third me and passed. Mr Rar trom Committee on Re statutes reported the House bill end toe Chapter &S4, Volume, 14, ■0 amendment, which was read topted. The bill was then read r..;d time and passed. ■Mr. Kay from Committee on Revised :tesreported a petition, An Act >; pointing an additional N'oUry Public Kant County. Read. Adjourned. - vO tV ti '■.Ä H< USE . Tue House met at 10 o'clock a. m i ut following bills were Introduced •uJ read: Ay Mr. Ware, An act for the relief . married women and children. Ay Mr. Biown, An aet for the a of Trustees of the I*oor. Ay Mr. Holcomb, An act incorpora te -be Maryland and Delaware Rail ad after foreclosure by mortgage,by at or some other name, and an act authorizing the Chancellor or Judges ■- Orphans'Court to appoint guardians in vacation. Ihe following bills were given no ,jf by Mr. Holcomb: An act to utnend Cnapter 83, Revised Statutes, •sd an act to amend Chapter 190,Vol. 15 Delaware Laws. Ly Mr. Thompson, An act for the appointment of au additional Notary 1'ubllc ia Oumboro hundred. Sussex county. On motion of Mr. Holcomb the vote by which the act preventing live stock.from running at large in tichooi District, No. 50, New L&stle county, was reconsidered and the bill post poned. •in motion of Mr. Burnite the act u,j urporating tbe Board of Public Schools of Dover, was taken up for consideration, amendments were of .crid and the bill recommitted. Mr. Ware presented a petition of I 170 citizens of Wilmington, for the ' repeal of tbe Board of Revision of I City Council, of Wilmington. Mr. Cochrau offered a resolution citing that the pay of members should oe reduced to $150 and $10 for mile age. Lost. The bill to render parties to record in civil suits competent witnesses, •vas read three times ami passed. Mr. Wright presented two remon »trances against the bill incorporating Dover Public Schools. Adjourned. re a .. rc AFTERNOON. The House met 3 o'clock, p. m. The cleik of the Senate presented lor concurrence an act to change the name of Adda Valen'ine Dilwortb to Adda ValeDtine. He also informed tbe House that tbe Senate had con curred ia the House billjin relation te School Diarricta, No«. *< . «ad * 4 - Ne» Cattle county. By ipretal order the hill to amend chapter 55, Renard Cods was called read, amended and parsed. This act relates to catching oystvre.) On motion of Mr. Robinson, the rote by which the joint Resolution ex amir icg i<rt° cerlnin Banka, was adopted »u reconsidered and the rtto.fur a at referred to a special ccm mi'tee Hr. Holcomb, off erred ajoiatRerelu >*«" enTiting Mr. C. D. Kodoey. to read an nddress on the History of the first Delaware Regimen of i re Rt Tolutionnry war before 1 ..e Genera! Assembly Read and adopted. The cltrk of tLc 5»tte fur tie return to tbe Senate cf lie bCl to amend chapter Ss5. \ otume 14, Delaware laws and the tu-l was re turned. He subsequently returned tbe MU concurred in with amendment. Mr. Robinson introduced an ad to mend section 2, chapter N$, \ olume ». Delaware laws which was read. Mr Bird, gave ootiee of an act to emend an act stopieg S'. George's creek and for draining Sow ground Mr. Minin presented a communi cation fr m the Boars, of education of Wilmington, which was read. <Ju motius at Mr. Holcomb the ■ Senate bill a further supplment to the art establishing an Agricultural Col 1»-**. was read. Ou motion of Mr. Wate the Imma culate CuacrpUua Beneficial bscitty, WilmiogUsn was read a third time and posa ea. Ttedtt Thoutasd at the Po!U to Look out for Haget buerttjk. m y stuff Tsrr< usp.msL'-. Wa«hi5gtgjc. Feb 10.—In the Senate to-day the President pro tem presented a communication from the Attorney-Gen era] in reply to the resolution of the Se oat«' of Dtroember 12. adopted oa motion M /' ,Ç*- Tar ?'± r !f t,n 5 "" '»«Hnm; iu cate the informal on m regard to tbe employment of deputy marshals through out the United States in connection w?th the elections held on the 7th of November last. The Attorney-General says that the number of Marshals appointed in Ala i""? , w " 1»- with 125 voting precint*. In Arkansas. Lastern DLstnct 7M. with 381 preàBCt* Western District 214. with 16 counties. In California L'44, with X precincts. In Delaware IX*, with 10 pre cincts. In Florida, northern district, i45, ^ counties. In Geoiiga northern district, 155 in ODe county. In Louisiana blOin 120 precint->. In 'Maryland, 1,222 in llü precincts. In Massachusetts, 117 in25 counties. In Mississippi. northern district. ZD in 61 counties. In Missouri, southern district, l.f.CHin 00 voting places. In New Jersey, 244 in 06 precincts. In New York. 3,565 in 8W precincts. In North Carolina, 17G in 17b precint». In Pennsylvania, 447 in 327 prints. Iu .South Carolina, 338 in 27 precinct». Iu Texan, one to each precincts In Virginia 201 in 35 precincts. In the remaining Staten very few deputies were appointed] Ther- were a total of 2,737 voting placet and 11.S15 denut; en. Marshal #f Florida reports that, in addition to his regular force, he aj> pointed 745 general deputies. There .5 in K» camuia fcounty, X each in Jack son, Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, Madison. Columbia, and Alachua, and small num bers in the other counties, including 10 in Laker county, nearlveverv portion of th*' State was peaceful and'orderlv, butin that county his effort* to secure a fair election were an entire failure. The Louisiana Marshal's report merely say* that 840 deputies were appointed, that they were equal!v divided among 120 precincts: that 750 of them served for one day. and the remainder from two to fourteen days each. The^Marshal of South Carolina reports that 7'J deputies were distributed to 17 precincts in the city of Charleston and important precints throughout the State, but. he says, in many, counties men could not be found who were willing to incur the personal danger of attempting to pre serve tbe peace around the polls and to protect colored Republican* voters from the intimidation and Democrats. Tbe were violence of the General Xcwn. The Chancellor at Trenton yester day appointed Francis S. Latbrop to be receiver for the New Jersey Cen tral Railroad. Mr. Lathrop is one of the Judges of the New Jersey Court of Appeals. The Governor cf Tennessee has signed the resolution passed by ihe Legislature of that State postponing payment of the interest on its bends. An election will be held in tbe Ninth Congressional District of Geor gia on March 13th, to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Hill's election to the United Sta'es Senate. In tbe Senate of New Jersey, yester day a bill was introduced for the solidation of the Cape May and Mill ville and West Jersey Railroad Com. panics. A bill fixing the legal rate of interest at six per cent., but allowing seven per cent, on special contract*, was ordered to a third reading. ' Argument in the Louisiana case be fore tbe Electoral Commission, was continusd yesterday and will close to day. A decision is not expected before Saturday, or Monday next. Thomas G. Douglas, a oleik in the r irst Auditor s oltiee, at Washington was arrested, last evening, for com plicity in the collection of unclaimed interest by claim agents. It is rumoi ed that other arrests are to be made. One theunsand barrels of Sangaman whisky, skipped from Illinois to New T ork, have been seized for suspected frauds in gauging. The report that the engineers ap pointed to examine tbe foundation of the W ashing ton Monument have found it defective and will recommend its removal is denied: The engineers, it is stated, will not complete their wr.iu for two weeks. Ilenf/ter Hr port Washington, Feb. 1Ö, 1 A. if. PROBABILITIES. During Thursday, in tbe Middle States northeast to southeast winds, warmer partly cloudy, following foggy weather and sta tionary e r falling barone t:r. A return of the steam power in use in France shows that it amounts to 31.500,000 men; tenfold the industrial population. The first steam engine in France came in 1788, from Boulton & Watt of Birmingham; and was des tined for the distribution of water in Paris, but the revolution knocked all industrial enterprise on tne head, aud it was not until 1824 that the construc tion of steam engiues on an Knglish scale began. coo SPARROWS . « aimpieloo— name -1 Henry Ruth, in B en d in g. Penney! rant*, propose« to have discovered that tie highly -rncfu! I title bird.-«Le Eogliafi sparrow whose almost lDCvr SADI roCAi Strass» impart life la our cardeas. groves and forests, summer and winter alike, destroy, the buds of the trees and the embryo fruit. He bays that be has noticed tbe birds pecking the buds, or embryo peacht?. .... - , oul of the blossoms on f each trees.and list they have pecked the buds o2 other trees, « that they did not bear any fiu:t. Last year he had ao cut rants. and he charges the sparrows with peeking out the eyes cf the Lustres. He has no doubt they destroy the buds of grspe viaes, ard he is convinced that the little sparrows do a great deal of harm and very little good, and he. thinks it was a great mistake to impôt: theta. Haviog put up boxes for tnem to bouse io, be has torn them down, and now atones the sparrows whenever 'hey come upon Mr. Ruin ia entirely mistaken in his theory. He may bave sees them pecking about the buds lor the latvx secreted there, and tbe bird may bare injured a few buds in its effoita, but tney do not tbua subsist in winter, ms lie «sens, on buds, but upon the Isrvo sod to-ects äecreted on the barks of trees and feed on the seeds of plants and snch f tod « may be given them, because they seek the haun's of civil izalion and are great lovera of good society, ln summer their principal food is insects, of which one will devoar a vast number in a day. One of these useful birds may be beard any day along the hill, aide in Salisburg, uttering the m- at lively notes,tbe coldest morning n-.ver being cold enough to check the utter ance .of bis ever changing song.— .'xiltsbvrg Fret*. his premises* A Christian gentleman, a widower, over fitly years old, free from vices, rich. This is tbe Bostonian who advertise« for a wife. She must have intelligence; she must have position: she must have good health: she must be forty years old The Christian gen'ieman ia easily satisfied.for be says nothing about good temper and nothing about personal beauty. A knight so courageous deserves good luck. MEDICAL. JUDGMENT OF THE PEOPLE. During the past eight years the public have carefully observe«! the wonderful cure» accomplished bv A L L EX'S Strengthening Cordial. From iu use many an offlicted sufferer baa been re »tored to perfect health after having ex pended a »mall fortune in procuring medi cal advice and obtaining poisonous medi cine«. Its medical properties are alterative tonic, solvent and diuretic. There is disease of the hu system for which Al len a Strengthening Cordial cannot be used with perfect safety. ALLEN'S Strengthening Cordial ZvriLL CUKE SCROFULA, s CUO F VLO VS II VilOli. It will eradicate from the system every taint of Scrolula and Scrofulous Humor It has permanently cured thousands of helpless vases where all other knowi dies failed. rente Allen's Strengthening Cordial Is the great blood purifier, cures Syphilis and removes Pimples and Humors on the Reason should teach us that a blotchy rough or pimpled skin depends enti upon an Internal cause, and no outward ap plication eau ever cure the defect Tv TUMORS, ULCERS OR OLD SORES Arc caused by an impure stateofthe blood cleanse the Ll'^^l l)i«ir<>ughl v with AUm'À disappear a,,c * G*eeomplaintawill Allen's Slrenyfhenii .. , Cordial cures Oonsii potion, TSHtpepnu, Point, 00 , o, Stomach. It Is not a stimulating Ritu-rs which rrcatos a fictitious appetite, hut a gentle Tonic, which J"® 1 ,"" nature to restore the stomach to a healthy action. No person sun. ring with bour.Stomach, Headache CostiveneM I"al pation of the Heart. Indigestion 'i,ow "Pirts, Ac.,can take UireedoseswlUioutrc Alien i Strrnythming flrrtUal cures Female W eakr.ess; it acts directly upon the causes of these complaints, invigorates and strengthens the whole system arts upon the secretive organs and allays inflama Allens Mrmgthening Cordial has failed to c Die bone* a never mercurial diseases, pain j n it removes from thesystemthe producing cause. Halt Rheum and Scald Ili ad readily yield to the great alterative effect* of this medicine. ra ve AUm't Strengthening Cordial has never been known to fall in giving Immediate relief in uli diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary or gans. This medicine challenges the inost profound attention of the medical faculty many of whom are prescribing it to their patients. Alien * Strengthening tOrdial act-S as d el I eh t". fully on the tender halte, tile most delicate lady, and infirm old age, a- on tlie strong man; Imparting health und vigor to the nerves and brain, blood-vessles lie liver. When taken you can fe. l Itslile-giv lng power course through every arterv de stroying all diseases in th- M.s.l and giving health elasticity and strength to the whole organization and AUm't, Strengthening (Or,I,at Is acknowl CNlgetl by all class of people to »*• tlie* l>e.st o«t reliable blood purifier in the It is a never failing remedy and How many thousand« e been snatched as It ■»in the brink of the grave by its Ions power. Who M ill suffer from m I>y«*P»ia, Disease ot the Stornacli, Kidneys, Bowels, or Bladder wild, such a great remedy is within reach? world. ean be relied upon U| tiiousund« iu : mi i.. •.lÜ'.Tnî' 8 ", 1 with proof from all parts ol tlie civilized wor(dto provethat o.emeuv has ever been discovered in tbe bole history ol medicine that acts so roriil'tly. Even In the worst cases ol scrofula a good appetite, complete diges tion. strength and a disposition for exercise are sure to follow its use. If tbe bowels . l 've. or headache accompanies the disease, tlie use of Allen's Liver Pills will remove it Over eight years experience and the Increasing popularity of Allen's medi eines are conclusive proof. V Price St .00 per bottle, or six bottles for«r, If your druggist or store-keeper does ' have it, we will forward halfudozento address on receipt ofthe price. Prepared only bv not anj AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. st. Josefh, Mo iautiilAwiy Far «ale.br all Draggltu. Allen's Pile OINTMENT, -1 7 *, <,™w/ and crémone Preparation. The reputation of Uxit Medicine 1»^»" ■ Un ££ JSSn^XdiT» their Stlent.M the v «rv beat of all remedies for PM«- 'J""' drei* of the wwi R'nlï l tn V^verv «hört i ^ *«" ' upeJ b - v ,ts ln * 5 Vomedirine has ever obtain«! »higher deserving reputation than Allen s • more lie Ointment , Allen» Pilv ointment is a remedy of unl VtTva i usefulness whenever an oil cerate salve ointment or embrocation ia required, U ^JgSSSJS^C^ gheJns "Teuer. Kcxema. Ring Worm Bar ber,l:ch,Fr\*.redLimb>, Chilblains. Chap KJÄ'BhE r ' s P C ThVr?- 1» * 1*0 known remedy that gives »ach lasting relief a* Allen's Pile Ointment. delightful anti wonderful reme dy. Ô* - igned and warranted to supersede all other Ointments yet discovered. Allen'- Pile Ointment la entirely different from anv other Ointment in the whole world, perfectly bannie*» for the infant or à g»d. it i* cooling and grateful to the burn ing brow, throbbing temple» and fever torched system; it will banish pain and al ia v inflammation more rapidly than any curative compound iu this or any oilier country. Price to cent« a box. or «ix boxo* for?-.«. If your druggist or «tore-keep doe*not bare It."we will forward half a dozen to any ad drv*»ou receipt of price. Prepared ouiy by It is a new AMERICAN MEDICINE CO. st. Joseph. Mo. For sale by all I»rugf1.*u. janirlydiw ALLEN'S LIVER FILLS Perfectly ta» tele»*, elegantly coated. For the cure t*f all disorders of the HtomacJi, „.ver. Bowel* Kidney*, Bladder, Nervous Ldseas*-», Headache.Constipation, Cost!ve nt«» Indigestion I>y«pep»ia. and all Bili ou- ItiseaMes, such as Constipation. Inward Piles. Fullness of Blood to the Head. Aci dity ot the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn. I »i"gu«t for Food, Fullness or Weight In the stomach. Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit ofthe Stomach. Swim ming of toe Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or .Suffocating Sensations when in a Bring posture. Dimness of Vision, Dot* or webs before the Sight, Fever or dull pain in the perspiration, Yellow Eyes. Pain in the Side. Li Head. Difficulty of ne»» of the Skin an« Chest. Limb«, and Sudden Elu»h*sof Heat, Burning of the Flesh, etc. Allen's Liver Pills may always be safe and effectual remedy,and relied may 1 m? taken by both sexes ut all time» with beneficial result*. By their use the made strong. Distress after eat ing. Inward Weakne««, Languor, Want of Appetite, are at once removed by a dose or two of these Pills. Thousands of persona who have uaed these Pill» we have yet to * who has puk liear the-flrst complaint from tried them. They always give relief. JLLEJS'S LIVER PILLS Regulate the organ* of the system, restoring functional harmony and ««'curing the se cretion of the proper constituent* of each organ. By their action the liver secretes It« allotted proportion ofblle-the lungs carbon, the akin sweat, the kidneys urine, etc., and are always reliable as a purga Thc aged, and persons subjected to Con stipation. Paralysis and Weakness of the Bowels, Kidneys and Bladder, etc,, that have to resort to Injections, by taking two or three 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 tous principles 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, 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 in small-pox. erysipelas, yellow fever, scarlet and typnold fevers. When the Mucous Membrane liecomw ulcerated, these Pills act thoroughly, yet heal ulcerated and ex, corlatcd parts. They are mude 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 keever does not have them, we will forward half a dozen boxes to any address on receip of the price. Prepared only by AMERICAN MEDICINE CO., M. Joseph, Mo. 'ans-dAw-ly For sale by all druggists. 407 MARKET ST. 407. BKNJ. s. CLARK, 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 lor the Celebrated Diamond Spectacles. marls P RESTON AVARS, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER, And dealer in Alkkican and Swih.s WATCHES. C LOCKS, J E W E LRY, SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, SILVER WAKE, *C NO. 3,3 MARKET STREET Wilmington, Del. The public is cordially Invited eX jeW-ff5 my BU>Ck and leurn m to call and y pricet. Q t i- bush, HAS REMOVED TO 1 • WAHKU. &T«fe,ET,. A LAlifiK STOi'K OF watch: JEWELRY,. and silver WAKE, tantly on hand. promptly attended to. tmir 'AIRING m Farmers Take Notice Abbott i mckixney, 519 Orauge fit., Wilmington, Dei mgVo° W Pr ' parea to 4oail kinds of Reaper«, Mow* repair Ni î^'mowwsTn^^^^fàrm': BOOTS AND SUONS. GREAT ATTRACTIOW * AT THE EAST END Boot & Shoe Store, S. E. Cor. 9tli and Spruce Sts. Call and examine my «took of Gents, La die, Mishcs JUKI Children» boot*, »hoe* and gaiùrs, all of which are belling at prices lo suit the times. Custom work a specialty, and done In the be>t style and moderate rate's Repairing neatly and cheaply done. ar.g4.ly WS|- HOUCK. JAMES IttONAGUAM'S FEW Boot and Shoe Store, N. W. ccr. Second dt Jefferson Sts Having laid In a full assort ment of Gentlemen'». Ladle»', Misse«' and Children'» Boot«, Shoes, Gaiters and Rubbers made of good material and in workmanlike manner I am prepared to supply tbe citizens of V ilmington and vi cinity with all goods ln my line at prieea to suit the present financial crisis. Custom work a specialty, and satisfaction guaranteed. The public are cordially invltedto give me a call and learn my prices. decl5-3md JAMES MONAGHAN. ill of which are THE PLACE TO BUY IS AT THE NEW SHOE STORE, 103 West üecoMd Street ^Hiere you can get well made and durable BOOTS AND SHOES AT EXTREMELY LOWPRICES. We have a large stock of Gent*', Ladies'. Misses and Children's wear constantly on hand. feb26-ly J. C. ALEXANDER, 103 West tsecond Ht. New Stoi-e ! New Goods ! Lo>v Prices Ï AFTER ALL. AFTERfALL, AFTER ALL. The best argument we can offer the people ia Lowest Prices foe Quality of Goods. Thi* we do offer in every Boot, Shoe or Gaiter g we tell for Ladies, Gee U« Misaea, and M Children. We have a full and complete Block for tbe coming season, which we invite the public to call and examine. LADIES WHITE KID S u C r»P KR5 SPECIALTY. Particular attention paid to CUSTOM WORK. JOHN K. BABCOCK. > W. Cor. Second and Mark* prit -3m NO HUMBUG m Tbe under«jgncU Is* Belling Ibiti entire stock of BOOTHASHOES At and Below Cost ! to Close Business by February nextf Store Fixtures for sale.) T. F. PENNINGTON, 110 East Second 81reel3 nor22-d3m L OUIfi MARTIN, Practical BOOT A .SHOE MAKER, 414 East Seventh Street, Customer work a specialty, and done in the best manner and moderate rates. Repairing neatly and prom^tiy attended to. Call and see me. PLl'MBKKti. Robert Button, Plumber and Gas Fitter, IVo. 107 King: St Does all klnd8 0 f work in his line in the best manner and at the lowest figures. Orders thankfully received and aatended to. promptly Oils and Lamps of different kinds kept hvi 1 an 1 for s lie very cheap. nov25dJm W.tI. s. watt, Mo. 1009 Market Street« »'LUMBER, STEAM A €»AS FITTER, AB materials ia itaatly on hand. my line of business con tf Wilmington, Aug. 2d. 1876 KDREW MCHUGH PRACTICAL PLUMBER, Steam and Gas Fitter, Nojaai Walnut Street, aa-m Wilmington, ut',, »SpSHsSiS ENTERPR I8e COAL JOSEPH FOIT I A ,, . ow ^ elvl "8 daily Snipmcius sujrcrior Enterprise Coal 1 1 Persons in want of Coal should a call, as fresh mined caoi is alw-i than that which lias been stored ! ol his Rive him ».vs better Acr M in —OFFICE Water and Orange Sts ™-'' m JOSEPH FOUT COAL! COAL ! Arctic t' <'««! ami !«e ( 0t) OmtE-Xo.2 - EA.ST SECOND STREETJ market and e Call and see Have the best Coal in the selling at very low rates. Guaranteed full weight (2240 oil 17-cm lbs.) J. B. CONROW A SON 13 A KG A J NS ~ - kinds' "tit , ^e^i d ' terChte£ " ' prlces " J WM. B. SHARP 4«b and MarkM _ ** C ® •*#***, Tn,M * n< * meni HÂto TSoenty l>„ r> , *" Wlying tiiem, we Äl&förvKärBa beat material-, and nr,. ! munn» siÂuïr "»••i'fflïïfiS for thel'r a£j Ù Mnn-i't 8 ^ 1 ® Ko» ao moderate and s 0 v ',ti il 0 » r£ «■ortment,.oa ult "Ä< ÉÿSgïïa JL l1 ^hlcha, pe«n suiifri î? ^^lishiaent.^ BRiN'QHURST* w. W. Cor. Sixth and MaÂ ---WlhH : E. HENRY MUEU APOTHECAt Fourth and Wal B „, WILMINGTON', bEL, Gvrm.a A pointer,. PHk'aiCIANft' PRE.SCRITtioji -SKSd' « a;: W. E. WILLIA1 druggist, Ninth and Market », Keen a (ulUiuof DRUGS and MEDICIXO Pur*, (rath, and carefully oeletyi F blkT thb bbst «valit^ob! Never reerfdeine quellt, for ehww skcoxd—reasonable pbi* Speeial attention paid to eoni p,J PRESCRIPTIONS PAREFUUt il CURATELY, ÜV 1 W. R. WILLIAMS. J Corner Ninth and Mark«' f*M-tf The Triumph Tru«Co«j and T^fT JT 334 Bowery Neil w \/ Are curing rupton .30 to90 day*, and offer |l.oooforife they cannot cure. Mrs. C. A.M.Bi A. M., M. D. t (the only ladv truiia tlie world) ln charge of the'LadWI ment. The Triumph Truiw ha*bed jatiia medal at ail the fair, .hail * been exhibited. Examlnxtlomtoi! 10 cents for New Book, at ntheroU, •■'I rjlEETH FOR ALL THE PEOPU BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT Q •3» iff, §8 and 410 PER 811 Teeth extracted without pain byli •f gas. Over thirty vear» expel hit. GALL No. 8 East 8th Street, oyyosit« House. i maM JPH of ujal w ALTER CUMMINS' ATTORN liï- VT-LAW, P.'o am Itinu Wtiwr (Next door lo Post Office,! WlLXIX0t«l dvvJOTutf JOHN P. R. POLK, A'llORNEy-Al-Lkl •No. «30 Market few»] oct!2d*wly WIL 1 I 1 S 01 D R.GRIM8HAW, ^ NO. 826 WEST» HOVl7tf E U. FRAZIER, J . JUSTICE OF THIIW AND NOTARY PUBLIC Office hour* from 7 o'clock o'clock, P. M. - 3d 4 MARSHS E dward l. rice,Jr, „„„.J ARCHITECT, CIVIL EMU* AND SURVEYOR. J Makes maps of lands, rents 6J1 makes collections. Also draw« m»I mortgages with neatness nnddWJgl flee, No. 8 Exchange Building, urn ral work and surveying a «peel*«' 1 dpc7'75-ly _ - R ogers a kimmey, CIVIL EM.»»* Office, U DELA WXRR ST *ff» New CashM tty Land Surveying a specttllf , 1)R. SHADIXOEW DRUG HTOHl N- W- Cor- 3d Si Washington 1 WlLMIXri 1 ® JanTdOm 0 U BEi. t thM M HATTBÎ > O. East Third NilJIDNiO vv0 ° l OAK AND FlSf PER LOAD DELI K 1 $1.50 Her«, (WDDD, and only Look