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HOWARD M. JINKIN8.
■DlTOp.
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (Sunday»
Exoepted,) at the Commercial Butldino, South- West
Corner Fifth and Market Streets. Two Cents a copy.
Bi» Dollars a year, by nail, or served by terriers
throughout the city.
THE DELA WARE TRIBUS M, ( Weekly ,) Ute great
Peninsular organ of Fanners and Fruitgrowers , pub
lished every Thursday morning, at Two Dollars a
Year.
THE COMMERCIAL JOB OFFICE is wel{j>ro
Sided with Types , Presses, and Skillful Workmen.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Wednesday Afternoon, Jan. 3, 1872
CHARGING THE MAIDEN NAME.
When Luoy Stone married Henry B. Blackwell,
It was agreed between them, and so formally re
oerded, that she did not surrender or change her
name. The reason for this
protest against any form of inequality or inferi
ity on the part of woman. Iu many
Would be valuable to the woman If the husband
oould take the wifo's name. Take Olive Logan
for an instance. In a note to a Now York paper
her maideu name
tho desire to
. it
slie mentions ber desire to
de plume, by which to bo known i
her
Ru a
capacity as a lecturer. This is reasonable ; ber
name is part of her professional capital ; peoplo
have hoard of Olive Logan, and recognize her
by that name only. Olive Hikes would be a
stranger, and to adopt the stylo of Olive Logan
Bikes would not completely make up the loss of
her maiUon title.
Similar embarassmont often occurs. Here
Caroline Uichings, well knowu and popular. She
married Pierre Bernard. It would bave been to
their advantage for him to have taken her
name, not she his, but she followed the "custom
obliged to call liar Mrs.
of marriage," and
Ricbings-Bernard. Ho with Susan Galton. Her
husband is Mr. Kulleher, and she is kno
Busan Galtou-Kolloher. Why not lot those ladies
retain their maiden names.
The public debt statement for January ltd
shows a total, loss cash in the Treasury, of f 2,
243,836,411—a decrease of fl,412,956 since Dec.
1st. Cash in the Treasury: Coin, 1111,432,820;
currency. $15,861,493. Decrease of debt since
March 1st, 1871, *76,870,435. Decrease from
March 1st, 1869, to March 1st, 1871, *204,754,413.
The ''Americus" ball.
affair iu charge of
admirers and imitators of Tammany, and
patronized by the professional politic!
ally, comes off in Philadelphia, at the Academy.
January 8th. Tweed's Club was tho "Ameri
?) and this is aping his
g< li-'l -
eus," (a nftrry
ways. Rather a poor pattern, isn't it ?
Gold olosed yesterday at 109,'*. Government
socuritios
being } £fi; 4
irregular
lower, and other }£%% higher. Tlie Philadelphia
stock market
active, with
most of the better securities, and closed Arm.
advance in
THE NEW YORK PRESS.
tke («reut Dailies.
Editorial Extract« Proi
FHILADKI.II
[From the New York Tribune.]
claim the credit of having
iporiment iu municipal police
■ ■ Tho old police force was had and
bad - proved itself untruBtworthy and vicious
occasion: but with a
Philadelphia
triod a bold
rangements.
board
police organization,
the whole of the old
put in. Now, if
more than
of city officers
and New Year's Day
force removed, and a
the uowly appointed guardian of the city's peace
enter upon and discharge tbeir duties satisfac
torily aud without causing any perceptible jar to
the machinery, Philadelphia will have «hotvn
her sister cities how a clean «weep
when occasion reqftiree.
judge Barnaul's bailment
[From the New York Tribune.]
After all the gratulation of friends of roform
over the arreut and detention of
Connolly
iB at large
dictmente) of *15,000. Judg
day. decided that tho defend«
be* bailed In the
criminal indictment«. Tin«
equity; but it is too much like t
liety of those articles for ready acceptance.
Has Judge Baruad been seized with the madne««
of hoping that, having failed his friends when
thoy needed him. ho can now regain their
confidence by proffering aid when it is impoteut?
lav well be alarmed at tho apparen
of his disgraceful ejection from tho Iloncb
he has dishonored; but ho can enly deepen bis
open
I ■ made
CONNOLLY.
-Controller
criminal charge«, that individual
the nominal bail
to these iu
amard. yestor
I'onnolly could
of *1,000 each on the fifteen
y be justice and
ho New York va
£
He
shame without bettering his prospects by
ing a fresh alliance with the Ring.
The President's Charart
WHAT COMPETENT MEN THINK.
A Washington letter-writer Hays:
With all the divergence of opinion about the
mental characteriHtics of the President, it is very
notable to observe that tbo«e who know him
bo«t like him ino«t. Tho highest e«timato of
his intellectual capacity lia«
—Frank Blair, for example.
But take the opinion of
him. George 8. Bout well.Secretary of theTrea
rurv. «ays that Gen. Grant i« a man greatly un
derestimated by many. He ha« stated
time« that, in cabinet, the President almost al
leads; that he ha« dintinct idea«, an
all the muitifariouH topi
iDortance which come under consideration,
d that, inatoad of being a silent or stupid
I ready, quick, and almost
minutely informod. Gov.
Boutwell is not regarded as at all enthusiastic,
ho warm« when «peaking of the P
i from enemies
n who are about
oral
d val
I
■r
man, in any way ho i
always well aud ev
I
ideut.
Secretary r.obeson, a very slirewd
sighted man of affair*, declare« that Grant is tlie
leader of his cabinet on all important topic*. In
tbe main lie has taken the initiative on ail tlie
of bi« administration. Mr.
-affirmed by other«.
George William Curti« has several times
proMsed surprise at not only the comprehension
of tho civil Horvico question sho
dent, but in« very complete mastery of its do
tail«. When Mr. Curtis first o
expected he would have both to convert
struct the Executive. Of courue that gentleman
ha« never »aid this, but be stated lie
much gratified, au well
'I 1 —1
i irincipal foati
lobe son'« prai
by the l're«i
lie doubtless
In 'l
astonished, to
Gen. Grant very well po«ted, not only
own. but tbe civil service system of oth
trio«.
Other gentlemen whom I know, well informed
distinct topics, have at all times expressed,
in my bearing, their surprise to find the presi
dent so well informed on their peculiar specialty.
Tlie matter of Ku-Klux outrage«, and legislation
thereon, is another one of those example«. Sen
ator 8cott, or Representative Stevenson, the two
members of tbe investigating committee who
iv be deemed most thoroughly in formed thore
, havo said,
President understands the sub
:
again, that tlie
, . . better than
they do. Senator Scott stated last fall that lie
was tho best informed
this matter. I could go
in tho country on
and spin this letter
out with concurrent testimony, but forboar.
The Age of ( leurs.
Tbe question of how old a cigar should be be
fore being «moked, i« a disputed one. Cubans
like a green cigar. The workmen who ought to
know, «moke the cigars a« they make them. If
go to a certain well known cigar store in
York, already quite celebrated for it« Cuban
cigar« made in the city, and buy a cigar there,
before handing it to you tlie very courteous
Cuban will, with groat deliberation, first apply
tbe cigar to bi« ear.
E
You ask, ''What is that for?" "To seo, or
rather hear, how dry it 1». If too dry.it will snap
very «hört. I can hear it. A green cigar w «oft
and makes no noise - ' " How old ought a cigar
to be?" '* In two or three weok». in thiH climate,
a cigar is dry enough : longer than that does
not improve it."
Ire In Mrnrlrt Fever.
The Davenport, Iowa, Gazette
rt« a
me nawnpon, iowa, u&zotte report
of «carlet fever in that city hopeful I v
with ice The p ' '
Fo«ter, Esq. Oi
far gone
feet
burning with fover.
A* a desperato remedy, the attending phy*
triod what lie had read of, but
sorted to, ice bandage« about tbe throat. Relit
after tbe application of tli
Sunday the boy
spoke to hi« parent* in a clear
continued up
hope pf complete
treated
of W.
Tho patient wa* a lit tlo
u Saturday evening, ho
to be unable to
wliiaper. Tho
cold, while his head and hotly wero
'
in a brief ti
ice. aud
Bcognized and
ice. Improve
Sunday evening with a
•overjr.
(From our Second Edition of Yesterday 1
EdrIii
KDUBl tt - m
DEFAUT CRB OK THE AMERICAN
ATLANTIC CABLE.
London, Jan. 2.
The American Minister has gone to Paris to
meet General Sherman and Lieutenant Grant.
A project has been started to transfer to the
d Great
governments of the United States
Britain the Atlantic Cable.
New York Lf>si«liti
K ('.OVER
ELECTION OF REl'UUUCAN OFFICE««—
NOB'« MEHBAOR.
Albany. Jan. 2
Both Houses of the Legislature lias been
ganized by the election of Republican officers.
read. He makes
Gov. Hoff mail's message
a great many recommendations to reform abuses,
and to secure the good government of New York
city.
Impeachment of Mayor Hall
FCUTUEB PROCEEDINGS STAYED.
New York, Jan. 2.
Tho impeochmuut of Mayor Hall by the old
Board of Aldermen creates surprise.
The now Board have full possession, but the
resolution of impeachmout having boon roscind
action will be taken by the Courts.
The W barton Trial.
N OK
Oil.
■UK EVIDENCE BE LATINO
FOISON.
Annapoi.is, Jan. 2.
I examined
bating to the
In the Wharton trial, Doe Iloeae
in continuation of the evidence
investigation of poison.
..... j
that
Tfio
so
a
I he
I >ug
to
good
tat ;
jVpn'tst Hott*.
l!
A Charming Illustration
I cultivated tastes of modern aocte
SVlnced by the higli appreciation and dec!«
preference over all other«, for thuf exquisitely deli
yet enduring perfume, ^ DEW ^ D'ANDIS.
707 Market atrel-t.
of the refined
Sold l»y
EVAN'S DENTIFRICE.
A superior Toolh Powder
composed of the moat Im>
clal Ingredient« that e
employed In the f<
be
I- t:.
of pow
a per
der for
rt
Hard, gritty, insoluble sub
stances, charcoal, pumice, and
cuttle fish bone, tor example,
although
Powders,
the purpose. Neither Is It suf
luert
I
"fas
lung
what
Ron.
Tooth W
utterly unfit for \>
ii
ficleut that very
powders, like precipitated
chalk (the action of which Is entirely
should
der should be free from grlttlneaa; should have
alkaline base, and decided detergent
properties. It should he mildly astringent i
slightly antiseptic, aud needs no " scent "
fume.' 7 Buch a <
DENTIFRICE.
all
' it
cine*,
and
I
mend
while
H-hanlcal),
used. A properly constructed Tooth Pow
cleansing
d tonic,
" per
, is EVANS'
, fit for dally
Price. Twenty Cents a Box.
Made by
eflVi
lung*
cess
due
the
SMITH A PAINTER, Druggists,
Seventh and Market streets,
Wilmington, Del.
the
liumit
It i«
ma
Perfume Atomizers.
An elegant, pleasing, simple and useful apparatus
for diffusing perfumery In the most economical
manner, aceuting tho clothing,hankorchlef and hair
g cooling au<l soothing applleatlOLB
her liquids, for headache, lufiainc-d
, sensitive surfaces, Ac., u'«o for dlaln
. For sale by
E. BRING HURST A CO.,
d Market Btreets
of water
eye«, b
• perfuming the sick
to
I- r
cures.
till«
the
flesh
I
kind
I
sion
Sixth
give
a
by
corner Sixth
Steam Atomizers,
For the Inhalation of atomized fluids in the treat
ment of chronic diseases of the throat, air passages
lungs. Being self-acting they produce an even
and continuous flow of spray without
latior. During the post
have supplied several dozen of these atomlzere
and in most cases with very satisfactory results.
K. BRING 11UU8T A CO.,
Apothecaries,
corner Sixth aud Market streets.
three yean
t„ ■
LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE.
Pronounced by
GOOD SAUCE. ' It
"THE ONLY
ConnolHBc
improve« appetite and dlgcs
flavor.
. LEA A PERRINS to
ding counterfeits.
unrivaled for
directed by Me
prenecute ull parties making
JOHN DUNCAN S SONS, Agent«,
New York.
l n
We
drcM-i-M.I Hill
Facing the Bayonet !
When soldiers face the bayonet, they take the
chance of life or death ; but when private citizen«,
deceived by the pretence« of
apply POISONS TO THEIR HEADS
color of their hair, thev have
risk« they run. The first analytical chemists have
doreed one hair dye os " free from everything dele
terious to health,'' viz.;
CRISTADORO'S EXCELSIOR DYE
Let the wise and prudent stick to that. It imparts
shades of color that arc perfectly life-like, and Is
all respects the very best.
REMEMBER, THE SWORD
Is not more dangerous than the lead compounds
, aud that the Exuklsiok DYB«oftfam«
Uoa\. As a dressing after dyeing,
CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE
dec26-lmdAw
ders
-rupuloua dealers,
change the
•a of the terrible
ing
Aim
: lie
will,
use
For Small Pox, get
CH LORALUM.
Disinfectant. The
Salt
A Safe, Odorless, Non-poisoivn
f'HLORALUM ha« been found
Hindi«, which are not readily
newiy-palutcd rr«
Ml habitable by Hi« suHpcHHiou of clothes dipped In
-hloralum or the exposure of basins containing the
ong
•nts, which some
, meat safe.«,
and other place« in dwelling«.
CHLORALUM IN SMALL POX.—The Chloralam
Company have received the subjoined Important
communication;—
Small Pox Hospital, New Street, E. C., )
February 20th,1871. f
The Chloralum Company—Gentlemen:—Tlie Pa
tient« In my Hospital fed much comfort from the
of the Chloralum u« a wash. It ge
oui» them nicely. We employ It
1 find It, from its freedom
quite
:ked by o
house is render
liquid. Moreover, chloralum re
odor of onion«, garlic aud other at
affect tlie
B
hing,
in scouring the
from odor, preferable to t'arlioltc Acid
efllcao
Y
obediently,
(Signed)
F. GORDON BROWN,
Medical Officer.
B. ft C. SHOEMAKER,
803 Market street. Institute Building.
For sale by
H\ E. H Lilia ms has Removed his
Drug Store to the comer of
Ninth and Market Streets,
H'ilminglon , Delaware,
dec-23, tf
Same s Perfumed Glycerine.
Manufactured la Vienna, of fine quality and
mlrably adapted for tho relief and cure of chapped
Bps, bauds, Ac.
E. BRING HURST ft Co.,
comer Sixth and Market streets.
Ribbon of Bruges,
For fumigating and perfuming the sick-room,
teractlug uupleasaut odor«, Ac. For sale by
E. BHINOHUKST ft CO.
corner Sixth and Market streets.
T. T. T.

«
TREGO'S TEA BERRY
TO07 UWA.iU.
Is the most pleasant,
cheapest and liest dentl
frheextant. Warranted
free from Injurious In
'
m
a
Sold by all Druggists.
rPoraiKToa,
A M. WILSON, Druggist,
Corner of Nluth and Filbert Streets,
Philadelphia,
dec.21,ly
Jipfctal Hotir<$.
pp* THE CAUSE AND CURB OF OONSUM*
TION.—The primary cause of Consumption is de
rangemeut of the digestive organs. This deranges
ment produces deficient nutrition and assimilation.
By assimilation, I mean that process by which the nu
triment of the food is converted Into blood, and thence
into the solids of the body. Persons with digestion
thus impaired, having the slightest predisposition to
pulmonary disease, or if they take cold, will be very
liable to have Consumption of the Lungs in some of
its forms; and 1 hold that it will be impossible to
core any case of Consumption without first restoring
a good digestion and healthy assimilation. The very
first thing to be done is to cleanse the stomach and
bowels from all diseased mucus and slime which is
«Jogging these organs
their functions, and then
liver to a healthy action. For tills purpose, the surest
snd best remedy is Schcnck'* Mandrake I'ills. Those
Pills cloan tho stomach and bowels of all the dead
and morbid slime that is causing disease and decay in
tho whole system. They will clear out the liver of aU
diseased bilo that has accumulated there, and arouso
d healthy action, by which natural
that they cannot perform
up aud restore the
It up t» n no
and healthy bilo 1* secreted.
Tho stomach, bowel*, and liver
.bus cleansed
of Stibcnck's Mandrake Pills; but there
excess of acid, the organ
by the
remains In tho stomach
Is torpid and the appetite poer. In the bowels, tho
rcuk, and requiring strength and support.
laoteals
It is in a condition like this that Schcnck's Seaweed
est.» be tho most valuable remedy
•d. It i~ alkaline, and Its
- . f arid, making the stomach sweet and
fresh; ItwiMglvo permanent tone to this Important
1 create a good, hearty appetite, and prepare
l ie system for t'.io llrst process of a good digestion,
un l ultimately make good, healthy, living blood. Af
,1, preparatory treatment, what remains
i canes of Consumption in the free and persevere
it., f «chenck'e Pulmonic 8yrnp. The Palmon
uirlsdie* tho system, purifie« tho blood, and
lv absorbed Into Urn rirrslntlon, and thence
led to tho diseased lungs. There It si pons ull
utters \vheth( r In the It
,,.. ,and then a«.-i*tsN«t
,1 mnttvr In the form of free exp«
..... j it ripens. It Is then, by tho greu
itiirift'.-rr properties of KchunckV Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities are healed up sound, and
Utl'Uit Is ....
Tfio essential thiug to be done In curing < onsump
t j get up a good appetite and a good digestion,
so that tho hoily will grow ill flesh and got strong. If
a person has diseased lungs, a cavity or abscess there,
I he cavity cannot heal, tho matter
I >ug a« tho system is below par. Wh
to euro Is a new order or thin..
good nutrition, the body
tat ; then Nature i • li
will neutralize

iîKï
illslrlbi
morbid
> expel all the dis
wctorstlon, when
heullng and
lvs
l!
'd.
-h and get
111 heal, the

. :!
I I
titniiiH
b -allh
tl
d
I*"
Id if
de
li I
I- t:.
•ll
ir the lung« ni
.i If one lung Dentil
h vi tali' y K:t In the other
b:
1
a per
1
rt roved
f,:
111 up, til
I
"fas
lung llv
what Sehen
Ron. They
eu! » 1 with only o
. !
Tills l
A di do to
lodlcilli
•h
tl
II cl
1 give Na
veî\ho fi
I digest!
Is to cl
i;
"I
f
«li
all the dim
' it 1« Important that, while using >chelick'« Modi
cine*, care *!u mid be exorcised not to lake cold : keep
in-door« in cool und damp weather ; avoid night-air,
and take out-do r ex'
sunshine.
I wl-h It dl-tlnetly
mend
while
derstood that when I reei
areful in regard to taking cofd
•> t
-i"
l from the
iolly re
lapse than
oi l is far more liable t«
eflVi
! ' .
-ly cured, mid it is precisely
regard to Consumption. So long
it perfectly l.euleif. Just po long I* th
uigerof a full return of the disease. He
» strenuouslycautiou pulmonary patient*
osphew that Is
Consumpti"""'
lung* lire a inn** of sore*, which tin.* least »'lang
uiuroephcru will inflame. The grand secret of niy
cess with my modlclnes consist« in mynldlity to sub
due inflammation instead of provoking it, a* many of
the faculty do. An Inflamed lung cannot with «alcty
patient be exposed to the biting blasts of win
cliHItng wind« of spring or nutnmu. It
irefully shielded frein all Irritating Influ
rt caution should be observed In
without It ft
impossibility.
,ho liai
thi
.
the
liumit
It i« Unit 1
again-1 exposing the
ma reniai and ideal
■ :
elves to
. Confirme«!
if
to the
the
I- r
should he
cures. The u
till« particular,
circHmstanccs is
The person should
nutritli
the body bus restored
flesh and strength.
I wuB myself cured by this treatment of tho worst
kind of Consumption, and havo lived to get fat and
hearty these many years, with one lung
I havo cured thousands since, and very many
•d by this treatment whom I have
About tho l-t of October, I expect to take posses
sion of my now building at the northeast corner of
Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shall bo pleased
give advice to ull who may require it.
Full direction* accompany all my remedies, so that
a person in any part of the world can be readily cured
by a elrict obcervunce of the same. —
J. H. BVlHCs'CK,
I'hHadvlphUk
JOIINMTON, II 01.1.0 W A Y Ac COWDKN,
fiOJ ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.,
WHOLESALE AGENTS.
s under ultuost any
a whole
diet, and ull the medicines con tinned until
it the natural quautity of
o kept ».
t„ ■
WHOLESALE
T« ^BRICK,LA nr/l AND CONTRACTOR,
Invites the combined patronage «f hl» friends. All
work done satisfactorily and with dispatch. All or
ders left at 831 TATNALL ST., will receive prompt
attention. octi7-tf
7
W. BANCROFT,
3 Market Street Opposite Masonic Hall
S T A T I LVN i: It V ,
English aud French Note Paper, Initial
paper. Clothing marked with Indelible Ink. Visit
ing Cards engraved or written. Bibles of the Female
lety. Wilmington Agent for Friends Publication
Association.
Hi
Aim
nov-is-3m
NITROUS OXIDE GAS.
The nnderaigned having procured a
■ovid apparatus for generating and a
and
imintstcrlng
Nitrous Oxide Gas,
will, with the aid of an expert assistant, reuilnue to
use it In extracting teeth.
H. CARRETT, D. D. S.
No. 222 Shipley street
p VNCOAST & MAULE,
Third dnd Pear Streets
PHILADELPHIA.
PLAIN AND UALVANIZRD
Wrought Iron TuIipm,
l AP-WELDED BOILER TUBES,
ocm.tf
B
mid Iron Viilv?« und Cork«, Filling«
und Wut or, Kongli und FIiiInIu d
H« Work, G ii« und
Tool«, elo., Holl Pipe und Fitting«.
Gu«
Fluor«'
Bath J'uh» amt Sinke, Bath Boilers, Knar rile I
Wash
Basin i
Tubs, steam
uls, su., Coils of
Ule» ami Trat*.
PIPE OF ALL SIZES FITTED TO SKETCH.
Successor
to MORRIS, TASKER A CO.,
CONTUACTOllH
For tho ncatlng of Building« of all Clasnes with
Steam or Hot Wr- ..
approved
etbodik
tor EstiinaUs Furnished Gratis.
febl.ly
HOLDERS
rjio
FitOPKKTY
And Builders.
A D c c i cl «m1 N
mm!
c c
of
FUtST PREMIUM
Awarded by llie American Institute, IN
sidewalks that have l>ecn laid by
AMERICAN ARTIFICIAL STONE WORKS
Thu many
WILLIAM KRAUSE A CO..
OFFICE, NO. 61N SANSOM STREET, PUIL'A.
only attracting universal attcntl
acknowledged
Are
and a
be u:\Hurpunaed
equal U)
miration,
for BEAUTY and CHEAPNESS, and
stonu flagging.
I'
time been adopted by the authori
ties of New York aud otUer cities for sidewalks,
Parks, Ac., as the best for
Komi Rond«. Mldrwnlk«. Gurden Walk«
and Fluiiclng.
Also, floor tiles for stores, hotels, hailB, churches,
court-yard«, 4c., In every variety of colors.
HOUSE FRONTS COVERED TO IMITATE ANY
COLOR STONE.
Cemetery enclosures, monument«, vases, Ac. ; Build
ing ornaments, door steps, window sllis
headings, Ac.
Floors for mills, breweries, tee-honses, stables
cellars, kitchens, Ac., laid at short no is -,
'l'lils artificial stone Is the «ame
(our Mr. William Krause being formerly
with tiie works there) aud exceeds Id
B rown Stone, Nova Scotia, or any other
! In Europe,
cunncr tod
durability
d
Co«tN from 23
73 Per Cent. Lew,
sep 26 era
riiiiE
1 1«
»est place to get a I'lano
KOBKI.EN ft BKO. K, 807 Marke
Orgaus w--ranted for Uve years.
Inet organ
*et.
A. 1 1 11111 • <
( N REAMED WALNUTS
J sole by
, manufactured aud fo
James morrow,
211 Market and 210 Shipley Sts.
A LAG A GRAPES. By the keg
211 Market
M
•i. lor
PP
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JAMES MORROW,
d 210 Shipley streets.
jlUamboat ïinr*.
NCI I Oil LINE STEAMERN
à
every Wedn-mtay, and Saturday, to and from
NEW YORK AND GLASGOW,
Calling at Londonderry to land Mails and Passengers.
TheBtoaraent of this favorite line are built ex
pressly for the Atlant I-- Passenger Trade, and fitted
up la every respect with all the modern improve
ments calculated to insure the safety, comfort, and
convenience of pasaeugt
Pamhawb Rat**, Payabi.N
Currency,
TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL A LONDONDERRY,
FIRST CABIN. «65 and «76, according to locRtkNL
CABIN RETURN TICKET«, «130, securing
.accommodations.
INTERMEDIATE, - U». | STEERAGE, - 698.
Parties sending for their friends In the Old Coun
try caa purchase tickets et reduced retes. For fur
ther particulars apply to H ENDERBON BROTHERS.
7 Bowling Green, N. Y., or to 8. F. BUTTS,
octll-3m 619 Market St., Wilmington, Del.
.
rum LIVERPOOL and
TOWN—Inman Line of Royai. M aii.SImM*.
amiss are appointed to sail as follows:
CITY OF WASHINGTON, Saturiuy, Jan. 6th.
at 1. P. M.
CITY OF LONDON, Saturday, Jen. 18th,
M.
CITY OF ANTWERP, Saturday, Jan. *ctb, at 8,
'ciTY OF PARIS, Saturday, Jan. 87th, at 7, A.
mteeeetUna Saturday and Thursday, from
Pier 46, North River, New York
RATK8 OF PASSAUX.
K
8, A.
.
And each
Payable In Currency.
8TEEKAGB
to London,
to Parts....
Payable In Gold.
FIRST CABIN. «78
to London,
to Paris...
«30

. 3*
AtUwtrp Roll rdam,,
Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Ac., at roluced rates.
L Queenstown, Glasgow,
Lotulomlerry, can be bought at moderate rate» by
tie» wishing to eend for their
Drafts for £\ and upward, at current rate, payable
<»i any part of (treat Britain aiui Ireland.
For further information apply at the Company's
O'DONNELL A FAULK, Sole Agents,
409 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
Or to R. R. ROBINSON A CO., Agent*t. Fourth and
Market street», Wilmington. my 11,1 y
Tickets from Liverpoo
friends.
ytuanrial.
UTJiT NATIONAL BANK,
OF WILMINGTON,
Depos lory of the Fiiblic Monica,
V
uni
FINANCi xL AGENT OF THE UNITED STAIRS.
EDWARD BUTTS, 1 'kuipbnt.
GEO. D. AUMHTRONG, CASHIER.
U00.«M
Paid Up Capitol,
arPhiladelpbla and New York Kxcnanfo fur
nlshed to regular depositor* without charge.
Discount days, Mondays and Thursday a, at S* A. M.
DIRECTORS:
Guo kg I W. Bush,
Eli Gahrxtt.
Joshua T. IIxald,
William Tatnaix,
CLIMENT B. 8MYTH,
lHKAIL PUSSY.
UBNHY 8. MOOOMB,
Daniel Jambs,
octl.ly
Edward Bktth.
UK AKTINANtiP HAVING« BANK,
NO. 407
T
ARKET STREET,
Wilmington, dki
recelve deposits dally (Hands y* excepted
Tuesday
7 to 8 o'clock, P. M.
Open
during the usual busluess hours, aud
and .Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clo
AU the profit* of the Bank, after the
necessary expenses,
the depositor*, and dividends
ally In April and October. Since the organization of
the Bank, In lust, the dividends have uniformly been
the rate of six per ce:
e payment of
the benefit
> mado scml-aimu

dev< ited
per annum.
3 regarded as deposits,and
to participate In future
Dividends not drawn
once become entitled
dividends.
No manager la allowed to borrow any of the funds
Intrusted to the Bank.
MANAGERS:
William 8. Hills«,
CLKMKNT B. SMTTH,
ciiaklkh W. Howland, M. 1* Lichtknstbin,
Edward Daklinuton, N. R. Bknbon,
Hunky F. Durs, Job 11. Jackson,
John McLbah, Wm. H. swift,
Anthony H igg i nb.
WM. 8. MLLES, Preside-..
Grokgk W. Bran,
Gkokgk 8. Cafrllx,
of
GBO. W. Bush, Vice 1'
oct!2,ly
John 1*. McLrab, Treasurer.
T he
Snnhury and Lcwlstown Railroad
Is Now Completed.
Anri bos been leased to the Pennsylvania Railroad,
being operated by that Company.
It is fully stocked, and well prepared for the large
bmdncBS already offering. We have on baud a small
amount of the
■I i*
FIRST MORTGAGE
Per cent, Gold Bonds,
7
which
e » Hing at
Ami tho Accrued Interest
Added
DO
From First of October.
to
Wm. Painter & Co.,
BANKERS,
No. Î*«, South TU I ltl> Street,
novS-3m
PHILADELPHIA.
fltt, Ratine & gift fuisuranrr
T HE MECH b A a N nV CS SAV,NCS
No. 4 West THIRD Mtreet,
Wilminuton, Delaware.
No Manager allowed to borrow any funds of the
Institution.
JESSE SHARPE, President.
JAMES BRADFORD, Vice Preside
A. II. GUIMS1IAW, Secretary
I'MJ
1 Ss2G.
1N71.
DELAWARE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 608 Market Street, Wilminuton.
Incorporated, 1826.
Chatter perpetual. laisses promptly adjusted
Rates
any other company. Perpetual In
greatly reduced rates.
WJL1JAM CANBY, President.
mart,»
F. I. Gilpin, Secretary.
rjiiiR
NEW CAHTI.K COUNTY MUTCAI.
INMUltANCK CO.1IPAN Y ,
OFFICE: "INSTITUTE BUILDING."
Insures against FIRE, Houses and all other kind
of Buildings, with their contents, for periods of time
varying from three mouths to a term of years.
Manager«—W illiam Tatnall. M. M. Cleaver, John
Guyer, Charles W. Howland, Edward Brliigliur«t,
Edward T. Bellah, Jaraos Bradford, George Kloh
ardsou, William Canby. Samuel Canby, Clement B.
Mmytli, A. P. Sliannon, James Kiddle, Geo.
Ashton Richardson.
U. Bates,
WILLIAM TATNALL, President.
B. D. Smith, Treasurer. octl6,iy
[ESTABLISHED IS67.J
QENERAL INSURANCE ROOMS.
NO. 400 MARKET MT.
Cen'i Agency of The Manhattan Life
Ins. Co., of Now York.
ORGANIZED 1880.
ASSETS, 87,000,000.
Ratio of A.iaets
each lloo.oo.
Agent for the following reliable Fire Companies:
AB8KT8.
«10,900,000
ItMlrtN
700,334
BMiilrt
173,000
the most lm
current rateB. In case of Ore losses
quickly adjusted aud promptly paid.
JanlMy
INCOME, 82,300,000.
Liabilities
$140.00 for
North Rritinli, of London
KdiiibiirKh,
Andr«, of Cincinnati,
rr, New Y
Ik
l.niiennler, l.unrn«iur,
Reudlna, of Rending, I'«.,
Iu which Insurance is arranged
proved plans
TIiOS. F. PLUMMER, Agent.
«*1.45
my 16,if
FOR 28 POUNDS best family flour
J. U. MORROW,
1830 King St.
golidan gidi'trtigtttuntg.
UOL1DAY PRESENTS.
Stop At
E. 8. R. BUTLER'S,
your HOLIDAY GOODS, Having a large stock
hand be will be aide to suit those who are in
'h of HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
Desks, Writing l am*.
Holders, Inkstands, Paper Weights.
Ladles' Companion*, Ladles' and Gents' Dressing
rases, Satchels, Card Cases, sogar Cases, Glove aud
Handkerchief Boxes, Pocket Cutlery, Brackets,
Pocket Books and Ihirses of all kinds.
A lot of flue Mum ruled Rooks, Prayer and Hymn
Books. Photograph Albonis, Juvenile Books,
singly, Toy Hooka. Also, n large stock of
fOJ
ch as Writing
Port Folios, Gold Pens and
Work Boxes,
FANCY GOODS,
suitable for presents. Games In great variety
m
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B. s. r. r utler'h,
420 MARKET STREET
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NORTH K1GIXTI1 HT.,
Pill LADILTHT A.
1115
LADIES' SUITS, made In the
ner, from «7 Ui «16. These
Suit«, for the quality, In Philadelphia.
LADIES' UN DERG ~
Monday, the 19th in*t., the mo«t complete
Ladles' Undergarment« ever offered in this city, and
priccB greatly reduced: MuhIIq Hklrta, handsome
ly made aud tucked, «t 70c., Sic., «1, «1 88, «1 36,
«1 40. »1 08, «1 79, «1 76, «1 81, «2 00, «8 90, «8 86, «8 RO,
«8 76, «8 00, «3 60, «4 00, $6 60, «6 00 and «7 00. Che
10 86 Drawers, 81c. to «8 60. Night
to «9 «6. Toilet backs, 84c. to «6 60.
, from 84c. to
tucks, Just
superior
really the cheapest
AKMKN 1'8,-We will
of
mines, 9Re.
Dresse«, «I
Comet Covers, «1 10 to $6 00. Aprwi
«« 80, Ac. Our «1 00 MuhIIu Hklrta,
reduced from fl 18.
PARASOIÜ, closing out below wholesale prices ;
complete lines, from fee. to «6 78.
PANIER BUSTLER,
Bustle«. 47c. Ail other styles proportion
99 styles, from 80c. upwards.
Bon
ately ehe
CORSETS, (KJRSBT8. In 121 kinds, from 46c,
«6 86, Including French Woven Corsets, from 66c.
«6 85. Thompson's Glove-fitting Corset,
grade, from «1 86 to «0 60. Summer Skel
,«t 26, Si 31, Si
superior quality, at 86c.
ble styles of Corsets, at
MRS. MOODY'S Patei
Corsets, reduced
In every
«ton C ar
il 00. Misse«' Corset«, of
•I «1 36. All other deslra
prloes beyond competition.
He If-adjusting Abdominal
2 00, 8 60, 4
pportlng
1IOOP SKIRTS,
make, the largest assort
ment, liest ami cheapest Skirts marie. Hoop Skirts
made to order, altered and («paired. One price only,
marli. ly WM. T. HOPKINS.
GREAT BARGAINS.
Homer, Colladay 4 Co.,
HAVE DETERMINED TO
Close out during this Month,
(JANUARY,)
Their Hntiro Stock of tlie Follow
ing Goods:
LADIES' WALKING SUITS
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS
1
LADIES' VELVET CLOAKS,
Cloaking Cloths,
Cloaking Velvet Plushes
A.T $ i,
Roducod from Î10 per Yard.
FRENCH PLUSHES
FOR CHILDREN'S SHAWLS.
T1IE PRICES WE HAVE FIXED ARE
Fabulously Low !
1412 & 1414 Chestnut St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
novl-3m-dftw
M RS. A. M. SMYTII has Just received a large
asRurtracntof goods suitable for the holidays,
consisting in part of trimmings, gloves, hosiery
handkerchief«, caffs, collar« ladles'and children's
hood«, and a variety of FANCY GOODS.
Also, an assortment of velvet ribbons, zephyr
lantown wool
dec 12-lni
U MBRELLAS of Silk, Glnglmm a
paca; Canes, 4"., specially for
day present*. Lowest price*. II.
21 S. Eighth St., I'hlla.
No. loc West Seventh St.
ri Ai
lloli
DIXON,
dec21 Juii7
A Museum of Ceramic Art,
OUM OWN SELECTION AND IMPORTATION.
Choice and Bare Novell!«», of Exquisite Style and Tast
DINNER, TEA, DES8ERT AND TOILET SERVICE,
BROSZH, PARUS. BISHUR. I A f I, VAJOUCA, JASI'KH, ARUA, CRV8TA l., J APAXH8K AS
CUIS KSIIt GOODS. An Immense Assortment of
707
707
HOUSE FURNISHING WARES.
LOHEST CASH PRICES.
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
TIN DALE, MITCHELL & CO.,
707 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
707
707
letM Id
Our present Stook is unquestionably hand
somer than any of our previous
^ Stooka, superior at they have /
Ql boon to all ordinary Ak
Ready-Made AGs
Clothing.
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W« invito out*
V of-town" trade, hav
ing a thoroughly organ
ized Order Department, with
raro faoilitiea for (hat branch of
the bualneaa. Send for our Sample
Cards, Prioe Liste and Fathion Plate.
May-Full satisfaction guaranteed in every case.-QM
si:
Pm
4
Ca
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PHILADELPHIA.
Il O L 1 I) A Y P Rï] S E NTS.
The Rest Assortment Ever Offered to the Public.
WRITING DESKS FRON 75 GENTS TO $50.
PORTFOLIOS,
POCKET BOOKS,
CARD CASES, •
INKSTANDS
Ladies' and^ubntb' dressing cases,
And Fancy Goods of Every Description.
PAPER AND ENVELOPES:—A Box containing Four lyulr** RBd Four Packs, Stamped
with Initial, aent by mall for «1 18.
36,
RO,
60.
to
CIGAR CASES,
of
To those buying «6 worth of Paper and Envelopes we stamp It with Monogram without charge.
VISITING CARDS Printed and sent by mall for HO cent!
WM. H. HOSKINS,
STATIONER, ENGRAVER, AND STEAM POWER PRINTER
013 Arch Street , Philadelphia.
i per park
;
nov24-eod 2m
STEAM FIRE-PROOF SAFES,
Burglar-Proof Safes,
ar
of
MADE OF
WELDED
STEEL
AND
IRON.
MANUFACTURED BY
The Am. Steam 8afo Co.. 8afo-makers to tho U. S. Government.
EVAN W. THOMAS. Manager,
Wo- 32 South Fourth street. Philadelphia
nov9-2taw-6ai
©rami«.
JOINT STOCK CO.
G H o c It w,
NO. 306 King St, Odd Fellow«' Hall, respect hilly
the public that they bave entabltshed a home
Bakery. Pie« and Maryland Biscuit fresh rial
rriem by mall promptly Oiled.
NICHOLS, Hupcrluteudeut.
U
form
made
ly ; Bread to
janl-tf
l-l
B. L.
S
AVK YOUK MONEY
And buy your
TEAS, COFFEES and FINE GROCERIES.
From the best selected stock» of the NEW YORK MAR
KETS, at the Tea House of
■•PIT
W. H. PIERCE,
No. 6 Wr»t Fourth Street
loot* aud ßhots.
1LT OTIOK.—The old boot and shoe »f and
recently occupied by Nicholson ft Foulk
will hereafter be conducted by L. II. Foulk.
'' work and orders will receive bla Individ
ual attention. Your patronage 1 b solicltod.
L. U. FOULK,
109 West Second Street
WILM1N6T0N, DEL., April 1, 1870. ap2tf
«
yhdtoflraph$ f ehrotw*, .
N
OT16K.
We wonld call
of pictures of
not think
—many
their quality
April 90, 1870.
especial attention
"GERMAN
new stylos
FINISH," which we do
any other country
in Litis city, and for
k are surpassed in t
thousands of which
give a general reference
M. A W. OARRKTT,
790 Market Btroet.
rjTHOMAS MITCHELL.
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
Has removed
NO. 419 KING STREET.
Reside nce— N o. 103 West Seventh St. ang 26 tf
rjpiiotiAN
J. Gil,KM,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
209 and 211 8H1FLEY Street.
, the "Monitor" Corpse Preserver.
Residence—No. 110 W. SEVENTH St. JySl.era
Now to
J O II N MclUlIDE,
300
East Sixth Street,
DEALER IN
300
Furniture, carpetings, oil-cloth,mattresses,
blanket«, bed-flpreads aud comfortables ;
also, looking-glasses, clocks, pictures, oval
rustic and square frames, window
aad fixings, picture cord aud tassel nails.
P. B.—Goods sold
No auction good« for ten per
payments taken
cash customers
lowest
Weekly
aud upwards. Looking-glass plates put In, aud
framo making a specialty. sep li)-iy
all bills of five dollars
ANK MEAT CILAIKM.
C
The subscriber has now on hand a well
■elected stock of
NEW STYLES OF CHAIRS,
made In the best manner expressly for private sales,
suitable for parlors, dining rooms, or chambers eta
also oflos chairs, camp chairs, etc., at
NOS 223 ft 826 N. SIXTH 8T.,
PHILADinraiA.
■»"Opposite Franklin Square.
■spiAiy _
ROBERT II. BARR ft CO.,
Comer NINTH and CHURCH Streets.
I . H. WIB Ua
Wilmington,
MANUFACTURERS OP
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Of various kluds; VERTICAL ENGINES, from
8 to 16 horse-power, occupying a very small space,
several sixes kept r- •
Shafting, Pulleys. Ball and Socket
Hangers, Patent Couplings,
admitting of tho easiest adjustment; MILL GEAR
1NQ, for Rolling, Saw, and Grist Mills.
Untilnt*« Mupplled with the He«l Governor In
the Market. Sep6-6ra
I F YOU WANT A GGOÜ CIGAR, go to
J[ lansa.tf RICE'S, Second aud Fiesch Sts.
$otthi.
ÖKO. W. Mil
^T. CLOUI)
ARCH STREET, ABOVE SEVENTH,
A. U. MlTJJN.
IIOTtili,
I» II I I. A D K I. P II
A .
'The above Hotel (entirely new In all respects,
newly and elegantly furnished throughout,) is
open for guests.
The ST. CLOUD Ls kept in all respects as a
■ I
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL.
U. W. MULLIN A PRO.,
Proprietors.
■ tec «-3 m
TERMS, «II PER DAY.
OLONNADE
('
HOTEL,
('hcstnnl Ml., Went of Fifteenth,
myl.lj
PHILADBLI'IUA.
C ARD.
Having taken the
Hotel Mtand of Jacob Ilauner, of Burnuio'«
Hotel,
N. E. CORNER OF FIFTH AND ORANGK,
I will be glad
*
tlie old customer* of the
" also.
GEORGE SU1IELLKOPF,
_Bamum's HoteL
BOOM,
aug 29 6n^
J Jorks County House,
N». 745 Penn Htrort, Rending, Pennsylvania,
COL. D. C. KELLER, Proprietor.
commodious stabil
ÏX 1
^MERICAN HOU8E,
CORNER OF FOURTn AND I'ENN STREETS,
KKADINÜ, PA.,
C. S. BIRCH,
M. 8. WEILER,
d
in tlie
aug 24 6m
city ls
bed to this hoteL
Proprietors.
aug 82-cm
yyiUTNEY GLASSWORKS.
OFFICE :
NO. 227 SOUTH FRONT 8T., PHILADELPHIA .
WHITNEY BROTHERS«
Manufacturers of
DEMIJOHNS, WINE BOTTLES, FLASKS, POR
TER, ALE AND MINERAL WATER BOTTLES,
Fruit Jars»
and DRUGGISTS' GLASSWARE of every deflcrlp
tlon. nov9-3in
NEW TELEGRAPH LINE.
THE
Franklin Telegraph Co.
HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE AT
No. 2, West THIRD Street,
Wll., Del., in connection with the Wilmington A
Reading Railroad Co., for the transmission of pub
lic httslucHH. Wires extend East, West, North
South. Rates as low as by any other Hue.
Dispatch.
Oul.-k
v : m
ert l
SHOW CASES.
MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW CASES, AND
METAL SASHES.
KREBS & BECK,
No. 140 Vine Btrect, below Second St.
'hlladelphla.
octll-sm
Abovo made to order.

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