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SBNAVU.
Dovjcn, March 22, 1871.
Senate met at 10 a. m.
Mr. Denney, from Special Committee,
reported back the House bill in relation to
insurance companies, with amendment,
which was was read sind adopted. The
bill was then read a third time and
shall
was
passed.
Mr. Davis, from Committee on Cor
porations, reported the bill supplemen
tary to an act to incorporate the Dela
ware State Fire and Marine Insurance
Company, which was taken up, and posi
tioned until Tuesday bext.
On motion of Mr. Causey, the bill to
reduce taxation was taken up and refer
red to the Committee on Finance.
M. Davis, from Special Committees re
ported the bill to authorize the own
ers and possessors of the St: Augus
tine Marsh to embank and dam the same,
with an amendment, adopted. Bill read
a third time and passed.
Mr. Ray, from Committee on Revised
Statutes, reported the House bill regu
lating tbe sale of spirituous, vinous and
malt liquors, which was taken up and
postponed until 8 o'clock.
Mr. Davis, from Committee on Cor
porations, reported the bill further sup
plemental to the Junction and Break
water Railroad Company, read a third
time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Fiddeman, the
House joint resolution in relation to the
publication of the journals was read and
concurred in.
Mr. Hopkins, from Special Committee,
reported the House bill to organize a
Stare Board of Health, which was taken
up, read a third time and lost.
Adjourned.
to
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Senate met at 3 o'clock.
The House bill in relation to the sale
of spirituous, vinous «and malt liquors, the
special order was taken up read a third
time and passed.
Oo motion of Mri Sharpley the House
bill to prohibit shooting partridge
New Castle county, was read, also H
bill to convert the Internal improvement
bonds into 5 per cent, bonds, was read,
also House bill to provide for the issue of
."»per cent, bonds.tp redeem th® bonds of
1885.
On motion of Mr. Hopkins, the House
bill to rix the time for which debts not of
record, shall expire, was read, also act to
amend chapter lt>5 ( volume 14, Delaware
Laws, also House bill further supplemen
tary to the act to incorporate Rehoboth
Beach Camp Meeting Association.
On motion of Mr. Harrington the House
bill in relation th flshing and taking fish
for transportation, was read, also House
bill to amend chanter 59 of tue Revised
C#de relating to ditches.
On motion of Mr. Sharpley, the House
bill in relation to the town of Lewes, was
read, also House bill to suppress va
grancy. .
Mr. Fiddeman, from Committee on Fi
nance, reported the bill to reduce tax
ation, which was taken up, amended,
read a third time and passed.
On motion of Mr Downey, the House
Will to amend chapter 17, Revised Code,
was read.
On motion of Mr. »Sharpley the joint
resolution to authorize the payment of
the incidental expenses of the suit be
tween the States of New Jersey and Delà
ware, was read and concurred in.
On motion of Mr. Hopkins, the House
bill to amend chapter 128, Revised Code,
was read.
Mr.Fuldtman from Committee on Fi
nance, reported a joint resolution for th®
jmrpo.se of authorizing the State Treasur
er to collect the ilnortgage on the Break
water and Frankford Railroad Company
now «lue, was rend and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Sharpley, the House
bill to prohibit stock from running at
large within the limits of the grounds of
the IlehoWoth Beach Camp Meeting As
sociation, was read.
A joint resolution appointing Lea Pu
sev, Samuel B. hooper and Edward L.
Martin a commission to carry into «fleet
the act in relation to sugar beets, was
concurred in.
Also, joint resolution compensating
John R. McFeeJ chancellor ad litem. Re
ferred.
On motion oIf Mr. Ray, the vote by
which the act in relation to the Board of
Education ofthô city of Wilmington was
passed, was reconsidered, and a substi
tute, for the bill adopted, the bill was
then passed.
On motion of Mr. Harrington, the vote
in relation to principal surety, was lost,
eeonsidered. The bill was theu
taken up and recommitted.
On motion of Mr. Ray, the act in rela
tion to Insurance Companies, were taken
up, anti laid oyer.
Adjourned until 7] o'clock this even
ing.
es in
as i
HOUSE.
The House met at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mr. i/olcerai), on behalf of a special
joint committee, reported an act authori
zing the State Treasurer to issue $500,000
Delaware »State bonds, bearing 5 per
« eut., to redeem the bonds of 1865 that
are due in 1885, which was read a first,
second and third time and pa>sed.
On motion the »Senate bill to divorce
Samuel .V. Healrn from his wife, was read
a third time aud passed.
On motion Of Mr. Burnite an act to
amend chapter 421, volume 14, Delaware
Laws, wa« read a third third time and
passed. This act makes the time lor
Killing game ini Kent and Sussex coun
ties from the I5th of November to the
15th of January,
On motion of Mr. Mustard an act to
amend the mechanic's lein law, was read
a third time aud passed. (The title was
« hanged so as to make the bill apply to
the schools of the town of Lewis.)
On motion of Mr* Richard the Senate
act, supplementary to act to exempt cer
tain property liront execution process,was
read a third time and passed. (This act
gives to widows of insolvent deceased
persons the benefit ofthe act.)
On motion of Mr. Burnite the bill to
amend chapter 48. volume 14, Delaware
Laws, was road a third time and laid
aside for the present.
Mr. Holcomb oflered a joint resolution
directing the clerks to have their jour
nals printed in as compact form as possi
ble , read and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Hall the Senate bill,
a further additional supplement to the
»function and Breakwater Railroad Com
pany, was read.
Mr. Bartholomew offered a joint reso
lution appointing Lea Puscy, Samuel B.
Cooper and R. L. Martin, commission,
to carry into effect the sugar beet bill,
read and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Wright the bill to
prevent the killing of birds and rabbits
m New Castle county in 1877, was read a
third time and passed.
Adjourned,
AFTKUKUOX SESSION.
The House met at 2 o'clock p. m.
On motion of Mr. Brown the act for
the appointment of an additional notary
publie for Kent county, to reside in
Smyrna, wtw read a third time and
pasted.
On motion of Mr. Wright au act to
amend st ctiion 3, chapter 155, volume 16.
Laws of Delaware, was lead a third time
-

and passed. (This blllprerents married
women from endorsing except for pur
cnaee money.)
On motion of Mr. Wright the act to
limit the time when debts not of record
against deceased persona,
rd time and passed,
On motion of Mr. Hall the bill, a sup
5 lenient) to the act to incorporate the
unction and Breakwater Railroad Com
pany, was read a third time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Hall the act to con
rert $«00,000 internal improvement
bonds into 5 per cant bonds, payable in
1910, was read a third time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Bnrnite the Senate
joint resolution appointing Hon. J. P.
Comegys to look wer the State m the
Centennial fund, was read and laid aside
for the present.
dastard reported a joint resolution
John B. McKee $200, chancellor
Head and adopted.
Oh motion of Mr. Burnlte the Senate
joint refolution returning thanks to the
several railroad companies for courtesies,
was read and concurred in.
On motion of Mr. Robinson the Senate
joint resolution, paying A. P. Robinson,
as chancellor adlftein, was read and con
curred in.
On motion of Mr. Burnite an act to
aaueud section d of chapter 17, of the
Revised Cods, was read a third time and
passed, (This bill changes the time for
opening the polls at the little election
from 10 to 8 o'clock in the morning.
On motion of Mr. Hall an act to pro
hibit live stock from running at large
the grounds of the Rehoboth Bei
Camp Meeting Association, was read a
third time ana passed.
On motion of Mr.
non-concurred in the Senate amendments
te tha bill relating to Insurance Com
panies.
On motion of Mr. Holcomb the Senate
amendments to the House bill were non
cancurred in, and a committee of con
ference asked.
On motion of Mr. Holcomb the Senate
joint resolution, directing the State
Treasurer to collect the taxes and inter
est due on the Breakwater Railroad Com
pany, was read, and made a special or
der for it o'clock to-morrow.
Oa motion of Mr. Ware the Senate
amendments to the act for the benefit of
public schools of Wilmington, were
concurred in.
A
shall be lieu
was read a thi
Mr.
to pay J
adfitem.
on
a
Burnite th® House
DELAWARE CARPET HOUSE,
U 309 MARKET STREET,
ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DEL
The cheapest place in the city to buy your
J J *
Now is the Time
|TO BUY YOUK
STOVES
7
AND GET YOUR
Heaters Put in Ordei.
I have just reduced the price of all Cook
ing, Parlor and Heating Stoves to suit the
hard times.
Call and|«ee the price« before youjbuy.
R. JSOKRlSSOXv
Cor. Tblrd and Slilplejrfl a
N B,—heaters Cheaper than ever
novtctf
OA'iPETS.
OIL CLOTHS
MATTINGS
AND WINDOW SHADES:
Henry Greehee
309 MARKETiST.
N. B—Rag Carpet woven to order at
hortest notice and lowest market rates.
Kalsomine vs, Whitewash,
Kalscaninersand housekeepers who hav
or years back been troubled by the peel
lng of the whitewashed walls, can oTZr
eome this by the new process with the pow
dered Kalsomine prepared In the fashiona
ble shades and lints. Mixed with water It
can be applied by any person with an ordl
brush.
nary
Sample cards of the shades can lie adh
from the agent for this State,
JAMES BRADFORD,
NOS. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET
WILMINGTON. DEL.
an27tf.
B.
to
a
Q m I. BUSH,
HAS REMOVED TO
229
MARKET STREET.
A LARGE STOCK OF
WATCHES
JEWELRY,
AND SILVER WARE,
^•♦astantiy on hand.
K7" REPAIRING promptly attended to.
n»ar29-'75
THE TRIUMPH TRUSS COMPANY!
1315 Chestnut St, Phi)
iso
334 Bowery New York
V \J Are curing rupture in from
30 to9<Pdays, and offer $1,000 for a Rupture
they cannot cure. Mrs. C. A. M. Burnham,
A. M., M. D., of 22 years' experience, is in
charge of the Ladies' Department. The
Triumph Truss ha« been awarded the m
dal at all the fair« where It has been e
hibited. Examinations free ! Order* se
by mail or express. 8eud t
New Book, at either office. _
[fmUMFH
407 MARKET ST. 407.
BKNJ. S. CLARK,
A full assortment or
SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES,
JEWELRY and SPECTACLES,
Constantly on hand and for sale at th# low
est market rates. Particular and personal
attention given to Repairing any articles In
the above line.
A tine assortment of Spectacles constant
ly on hand .and sole agentlor the Celebrated
Diamond Spectacle». marL5
for
in
and
to
16.
FOR KALE.
BUcsitnith and|WheeIwrigh: shuns io#eth
er with Dwelling House and »table, situated
in the town of ^Newark, Delaware,
etand has been^aUblished over 10 years
Terms easy. 8. B.
UOvlô-wtf New art. D»ii

T
The tenacity with which the Chinese
cling to their ancient institutions is il
lustrated in a recent imperial decree pub
lished in the Pekin Gazette, announcing
the death of the Duke K'ung Siaug-K'o,
lineal successor of the sage Confucius,
and ordering the proper board to report ss
the marks of Imperial favor to be ac
corded in connection with the fanerai
rites. Confucius was born 551 years be
fore Christ, and the first hereditary dis
tinction bestowed upon the senior mem
ber of his house was conferred U. C. 202.
record containing the pedigree of the
family for seventy one generations was
published in the last century, giving
graphical sketches of each individual in
the long succession of the principal rep
resentatives of the house from the death
of its founder; and written recorda of the
lives of their successors to the present
time are doubtless in existence. The
title of the head of the family has varied
somewhat under different dynasties, but
for the past eight centuries he has borne a
designation of rank which is equivalent
Duke in the English language. The
descendents of Confucius form a dis
tinct class m Chinese society, somewhat
like the Levitical order of the ancient
Jews; and in 1671 there were 11,000
males alive bearing the family name, the
most of them of the seventy-fourth ge Der
ation. The late K'ung Siang-k'c, as head
of the Confucian clan, enjoyed the digni
ties and emoluments of a noble of the
first-class, the family estate covering an
area of not less than 105,000 acres. The
functions of the Dukes of K'ung are of a
strictly sacerdotal character, and they are
not at liberty even to visit the capital
without express permission from the
throne.
For
A
bio
P
to
Dissatisfied husbands .r wives,temp
ted to invest in a Utah divorce, may
take warning from the experience of
Dr. John L. Armington of Minnesota.
He requested a Chicago divorce lawyer
to obtain for him a divorce "without
publicity, good in every Slate." A
decree of divorce granted by a Probote
Court of Utah was soon in Arming
ton's possession, but Mrs. Armington,
who had received no notice of the pro
ceeding, objected to beiDg deprived of
her rights in this summary way, by a
court in a Territory in which neither
she nor her husband had ever resided,
and when Dr. Armington took a
second wife he was promptly arrested
for bigamy. The decree of divorce
was admitted as evidence, but the
Justice, following a recent decision of
Chief Justice Cooley of Michigan in
a similar case, held the defendant iu
bail. The divorce law of Utah Terri
tory permits the Mormon Probate
Judges to grant divorces to persons
who intend to become residents of the
Territory, and there is no limit,except
the discretion of tbe court, to the
causes for which divorce may be
granted
to
a
of
be
Présidant Hayes told a delegation of
colored men who waited upon him
yesterday that he should consider any
discrimination on the part of a gov
ernment official between the black
and the white, on the score of
man
color, iu making appointments, a suffi
cient cause for removal. Mr. Hayea
seems much more anxious that the
colored brother should have his rights
than that the white man should come
by his own, and while he is very de
cided in declaring that tbe fifteenth
amendment to tbe constitution must
he sustained he appears to have grave
doubts about the'propriety of standing
bytoe constitution itself .—Baltimore
Gazette.
B ARGAINS
In Linen Handkerchiefs,all prices and
kinds uat received.
WM. B. SHARP
4th and Market
D. S. THOMAS
Extractor of Teeth.
Formerly Assistant Administrator of Ni
trous oxide Gas with hi« Brother, the
late Dr. F. R. Thomas, pt the Col
ton Dental Association.
Practice Exclusively Confined to
Extracting Teeth,
WITH FRESH AND PURE
NITROUS OXIDE GAS.
A LADY ATTENDING.
Office—No. 90» Walnut street. North side*
Philadelphia.
mar 13.
CHINA & GLASS
Coal Oil Lamps & Chan
deliers.
Chandeliers for Parlors "
" " Churches.
Side Brackets and Pulpit Lamps.!
Lam
Two
ps to suspend from celling complete 75c
Light Chandeliers, " $2.75
Iron 8tone Dinner Plates 9 .^ In. per doz. 1,00
" «* Cups & Saucers, per dozen,
24 pieces, -
Iron Stone Tea Rets, 46 pieces
Crystal Glass Tumblers, per doz. - - 50c
" ** Goblets, per doz. 75,90 A 1.00
" " Rets, 4 articles,
French Glass Shades for covering Flow
- 1.00
- 4.00
ers.
White and Decorated French China in
»Sets or separate pieces.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL.
Inquiries by mail promptly answered.—
QtXRls packed aud delivered to Depot iu
Wilmington, no extra charge.
Good Goods, at low prices, our motto.
Call and examine Stock and Prices
whether you wish to purchase or not.
WH. LAWTON,
Late of Gay's China Palace, Phila.
605 Market Street,
Wllmingtou, Del
janl&-w3m
KEW YORK
DENTAL ROOMS,
1143 Vine Street,
PHILADELPHIA
Beautiful Artificial Teeth
83.00, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00
PER SKT. I
Silver Fillines 50c. Gold $1.00
NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS
Operators Employed.
SO CHARGE MADE FOR EXTRACTIN'#
WHEN NKW TEuiTfi A.UR ORDERED
3» Wwtf
HE NEW CASTLE COUNTY:
T
mutual. ,
H
passed
other
and
In
are
best
all
for
so
Insurance Company »
NO. 802 MARKET STREET,
IEE4 AOAlNSl F1KJS
AI. I, OTHER BUILD
WITH THEIRCbNTENTS,
For periods of time varying from three
months to a term o years.
MANAGERS.
william Tatnall, William CRnby ,
lïmiï Bradford, Geo. Rlchnrdsou.
James Brautom, John j oucs
nhss^W Howland, Clement B. Smyth,
gS&rinZrmS:
Edward T. Bellah, AJP. Shannon,
Ashton Richardson, George H. Bates,
A m. M. Cleaver.
WM. TATNALL, President.
SAM'L SMITH.Sec'v. febl °
INS
houses and
D elaware state mutual
fire Insurance Company.
OrrisKj No. 404 Market Streut,
Wilmington, Del.
RISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWEST
RATES
OFFICERS
^i^.R^ÏÏM.V^Kre.ldent.
P i CHILD. Treat.,
RELIABLE
Vegetable, Salden and Field
SEEDS.
ply of tha very best
aiul Field seeds,
W E keep a full sup
Vegetablo, Garde _ ___
including DREER'H CELEBRATED
GARDEN SEED"
to -which we invite the attention of our
friends and the public generally Wealso
imve in store a general assortment of other
SEEDofthe best quality. Those wishing
article should give us a call.
SMITH A BREEN,
N. E. Corner of-Fourth and Hhlpley Sts.,
Wilmington, Del. marfl-d2m.
a puro
DAT]? VTÖ CUM devices".
[A] I'd 1A JL kJ medical, or other
pounds, ornamental designs, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments,
Interferences, etc., promptly atUmdedto.
ir.YKN-.10NS '.'HAT HAYK BEEN
office may still,
lu mest cases,
ite the Pat
larches,
promptly and
those who are
gead us a
model o
sketch
your device; we make examinations'
of cluzrge, and advise as to patentability
All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, AND NO CH A AGE UNLESS
PATEffcT 18 SECURED.
We refer to officials In the Patent Office,
and to Inventors In every State in the
Union. Address in German or English,
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Oßlcc, Washington, D. C.
marlT-tf.
com
REJECTED
be secured by us. Being opuos
ant Office, wo can make closer
and secure Patents more
with broader claims than
remote from Washington.
INVENTORS
Earthenware Manufactory
COR. OF ORANGE * WATER STS.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
I keep constantly on hand a full assort
ment of CROCKERY WARE, made In
the best manner, and sold at prices to suit
the times. Also Yard Vases, Hanging Va
ses, Gardeners' and Green House Pots. All
articles In my line made to order at short
notice. GEORGE ZEIGLER.
nov6-6m
I
I
I
Do not Fail to Visit
THE GREAT
TO
m
OF
ADAMS & BRO.u
£500 Market St.
Furniture !
¥umit ire'
S. W. Cor. Fourth &. Shipley Sts.,
I respectfully Inform the public that I In
tend to keep on hand a general assortment
FURNITURE, which will be
sold at the lowest figures.
I will also carry
Making Business in all its branch-SlKto
es, and am prepared to do first quality
work of every description.
1 will also give my special attention to
the Cabinet
UNDERTAKING
ALl orders in that line wfl' r eceiveprompi
attention at all times.
All kinds of Furnitur», repaired in the
best styles aud at moderate charges
Public patronage solicited
ap5*76lv C. U. PETERSON, Ag*
JOHN G. IIIBZEI,,
MACHINIST,
No. 206 East Second Street, and
No. 513 Orange Street, (np-atalr«,)|
Kee
ps on hand and makes to order his Pat
Bolt and Rivet Cutters, Drilling Ma
chines. Meat Choppers, Improved Pipe
2dwî?«k4 P î? ,1Chlngand Cutting Machine«,
all ot which are \ery superior for the pur
poses intended. He also repairs Guns,
Pistols, Locks, and does ligiit Machine
^Vork generally. All kinds of edged tools
ground in the best style.
A person with some knowledge or ma
chine work will be taken as a partner ««
the Bubscribertias more than he eau attend
oiPubllc patronage
betmtiwtt
ent
respectfully
JOHN Ü H
solicited
1KZEL.
Tram an® Braee Departs
ment.
H AVING! a stock of TRUH8E8, BRA
CES, SUPPORTERS ,8USPENJJER8
other mechanical appliances unsur
passed In extent and variety by that of any
other similar establlsnment In the country,
and with upwards of
Twenty years' Experience
In applying them, we feel oonfldeut of our
ability to give entire satisfaction to all those
requiring our services In this direction.
OUR INSTRUMENTS .
are constructed in the best mauner, of the
best materials, and of various sixes to suit
all caves, from the smallest Infant to the
largest adult.
WE HAVE A PRIVATE ROOM
for their adjustment, while our prloes are
so moderate and so varied by our extensive
assortment, as to suit the pockets of all.
Hundreds of persons
after trying the larger
cltlee have expressed
gratlflcatiox oftho
ties and economy
m
their
IM1U,
With which they have
been suited at our es
tablishment.
?
K. BRINGHURST A CO.,
Apothecaries,
N. W. Cor. Sixth and Market Streets,
Wilmlngton.Del.
W. K- WILLIAMS,
DRUCGI8T.
Ninth and Market Streets,
Keeps a full line of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,!
Pure, fresh, and carefully selected for
DISPENSING PRESCRIPTIONS AND
FILLING ORDERS tor FAMILY USB
Fixai— THE BEST QUALITY OBTAINA
BLE.
Never xxerlfieing quality for xhexpnsss.
Sxcokd— REA80NABLE PRICES.
Special attention paid to oompounding
k ANDAC
3
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULL
CURATELY, BY
W. E. WILLIAM8, Druggist.
Comer Ninth and Market streets,
Wilmington. Del.
feb8-tr
STEPHEN DOWNEY,
HUB FACTORY
Wood Turning,
at
Scroll and Circular Sawing.
Brackets, Cabinet and Carpenters' Turn
ings, and Ship Turnings.
N.W. Corner Third & Tatnall Sts.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Wanted. —Gum Timber suitable for
Wheel Hub«.
fcbl#-3m.
NEW BOOKS,
ubllshed. All the
As soen
New Magazines,,.
Newspapers,
(Dally and Weekly.)
Blank Books,
Stationery,
*
Games,
And a very large assortment of articles
both lor ornament and use, at
£. S- R. BUTLER'S,
420 MARKET STREET*
WILMINGTON, DEL
anil
o UBE *-t
THE
Ji
HATTER»
in o. a.
Easi Third Street,
Wilmington, Del
H. KENT A CO.,
Importers and Manufacturer's Agents for
IRON/
D.
IRON,
STEEL,
STEEL,
HARDWARE,
HARDWARE
AND COACH MATERIAL.)
Have the Largest Stock ofGoodslntlie
State in their line, and best assorted Stock
m the United Btates.
NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 210
AINU 212 uivaNGE STREETS,
Wilmington. Dkl.
PIANOS*
PIANOS.
■f
For S'JDO & Upwards.
ORGANS
F or it ii(l TJ pwurdN
For Cash or Instalments, at
ROBELIN & BRO'8 WARE ROOMS
maym3(UP BTAIR8.)
HAPLEWOODIKTlTt'TE,
C ONCDRDVILLE, DELAWARE CO
Pa., Boys *4.60 per week, Girls, *4 00
noyeprega^rYaleor^^reCrdU.ges
p'cli-wly Principal.
the
THE BUSS HOUSTONS'
OOMMRNCRS XT ««O DKLAWARK iVBNDK,
ÎSEPTEMBER 1876.
y°d n 8 ladlesI are thorough educators
2L t Ï5iri,° 8t w flnedkind 'i n œi " d ' manne«
î?u î? J L We ,ure th8 greatest justice
ÎÏÏi b ®T°î® t vîL POP' 1 » intrusted to their
,each - he , I 10 ""* '° think, to dran
out the young mind, and to pour instruction
eut of one mind into another with faoility
and in a way that is useful and delightful is a
tlrTt Si; and this fb? method wdihiSe
ir« °JJ}r\ 70nn ' ladl ® 8 - prospeota
are said to be encouraging, as their number
w limited and filling up. Those who wish
the advantage ot their instruction should gp
■!în 8 t 00 5i'wd»3H * loca 5 lon healthy and oonve
«III 6 ®?/ °u th ® «treet oar roule. Tbe
pupil fwn the heart of the city in aay un
could step in and get out at
irj® d *2f* ,nd j® other weather the walk U in
vigorating and healthy. |$ugld-tf
««
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ATTORN KV-.\T. La, V
No; S1U K»n*
(Next door to Pont
Stree*
Office,
y^llCO Tov, ft.
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Cl K. FRAZIER,
A N D L NOT A R Y P UBLIC E ACî
Office hours from 7 o'clock a
o'clock, p. m
3d A
M. to
51 ark RT sq^
DR.
DRUG
N- W- Cor- 3d A Washington
JanTdftra
«TOR
J- L- VALLÄNÖIghaTI
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
■Vo. 4 AUmond's Buttdlnl
feb«-ly 7
R ogers a KiMMET.
CIVIL ENGIN'ee,,
Office, 24 Delaware Strct 1
Nkw Castle, ini
VT Land Surveying a specialty
JOHN P. R. POLK,
A770RNEY.A1.LAK.
No. «30 Market Street.
WlLMIOTOS.Dj
otl2d*wly
FashionahleFurniä
J. & J. N- HARMAN,
3 'STo 410 King strwt,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Wer
zens
! ™"B* lf "lly Inform tw
of Wilmington, a„l S i
rounding country that wecoati,
to manufacture and keen oata,
at our large and long established viv
rooms, Furniture of every varier 1»
style, consisting of Mahogany
and Walnut Furniture suitable forartot
dlnnlng-room and chamber mes. H
Our assortment of Furniture lslanauj
mere varied than can be found lnDtSnJ
and all articles sold at our eatabUkmd
are warranted as represented.
Venttian Blinds of the most rashlonaU
designs made to order and kept connut!
en hand. We also manufacture end oot
stantly keep a large assortment cl Snrlt
Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses.
J. A J. N.HAUMAS,
410 King street, Wilmiaswa
Flour and Feed Stoi
Xo. 4 Hast T'th st.
Constantly on hand Flour, Feed, Hi
Ntraw and Farm Produce, ofexcellentqu
lty. Also, vegetable and flower wed
* large supply in season at Pblladelo
price®.
Orders for Coal received and promi
attended to. G. W. SAVAGE,
decl9 6md
RUSH'S
Second Wharf above Chestnut, Pliüi I
French Street Wharf, Wilma«
PROMPT AND RELIABJI
A HEALTH INFLUENCE.'
Restoring the Nervousaml Deblliuwl
Imparting Life. Strength, aud HeaiD
the wcating organism.
Successfully treating Disease u ithoulM&X
D It. B RY AN'S F.LECTRO VOLTAIClSl
MAGNETIC APPLIANCES.
Recently Introduced after yenrsolSst
and research. They are of quadrupl
er. Imbuing the system wltiiaconwj
current of Vitalizing Electric and Jfty«
force,
ELECTRICITY IS NATURE'SPOTOJ
A Sovereign Specific in DyspepsJ
vous Debility—Diseases of, tbe
Rh# u mat is m Pa rai y s i
- Spinal derangementb-im/»*»^.
Disorders of the Kidney»-aiw
difficulties generally. , . — »-d
The Appliances arc strongly«^ *
Electric, Galvanic and „
of different degrees of int(H0fr
all coses, and conditions, uuu rj/« 1, ^
where medicines have failed.
References to numerous Fnyu*»
Patients. «t
Illustrated Pamhplets J
principles of their action, Cost,® 10 ''
application, Addrc-s^
147 East KlitwnlkStr*.
a.
JanDdly
pHILIP MEYER
Vinegar Manufacturer,
403 Poplar Sir** 1,
Pure Cider Vinegar at »centjP«Çl
also, Mince Meat, Apple JJJIN
Butter, and Pepper Sauce of
pEQplJJ
EETH FOR ALL TH
BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT
•s, as, as «miiaio pKK# *^
Teeth extracted without P 8 '" ÎJ*
of gad. Over thirty
No. 8 East 6th Street, opix»!»^
House. __
T
!ENTERP bI ^
COAL
JOSEPH * ol L
Is no receiving dally snip®
iperlor Enterprise Coal , d
Persons in want of Coal su ,
mined caol [»
a call, ax fresh
than that which has been
ter.
.-OFFICE
Water and Orange
feb3-3m
THE
Harvest Home Han
IS THE BES1
COOK S' 1 '"
jt lia* *
It is neat and h*»"™.
ONLY TWENTY D0U*
with all the cookiud
feb21-4t
LACK CASHMUKf D S e0 fi:ä
the in-porter, a fu* i2M. * ! u
" eres
and
B
1.50
we
Uy
vourth

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