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Fti \ I : \ \ l > Omi'riirTi«» D»at Gjixttz Wliiuittston.Del, March 11 IKS Wilmington Quotation«. tiirni*h«-d by John McLcai A Son. Banker*. No 602 Market street, at 2 o'clock. t>. m . to-day lWi Odd. Pennsylvania R- R-.. Lehigh Valley.•. Lehigh Navigation. Philadelphia « Reading-. f>-JO Coupon 1865. January A July •• •• IMS 10 40' Coupon.. North Paeificï 3-10. - . New Fives. Delaware State Bonds. New York Central.. New York A Krie. Union Pacifies.. (JO). 67.% in. 11 « 110*4 113% lOItJt lorA 1U0 or»*-« ■V'-' New Advertisement. Public Sale—John Townsend. Proposals—Streot Commissioners. Public Sale-Carriszcs. Wagons. Ac. Store snd Offices to Let—Atlmond A Bro. Special Sale of First-class Furniture - Ogle A Miller Bus ness Notices. C/iAip Coal .—stove »6.75, Nut $«.0t> per 224( pounds for cash only,at wharf South of Market street Bridge. feo'2l-tf Wm. J. Brown To Pic Nic Parties.—A lino assortment ol Walnut English pickles and sauces ot all kinds, and Tomatoe catsup, fresh Salmon, Lobsters, Sar dines, Pickled anl Cove Oysters, Ac., Ac. AI si Matthews A Latours celebrated olive oils, at BOWMAN'S the Orocer's 4th and Lombard Improved Porcelain lined and Brass prcseivb kettles. Mason, Dexter. Valve, W ilcox, on d otl glass, stone and tin air tight jars snd cans cheat at BOWMAN'S the Orocer's 4th and Lombard. CITY ITEMS. ALFRED WALTON. Drusgist. No. 2d'. Marks street, respectfully informs his friend and the public ia general, that he keers on hand all descriptions o' medicines, and that a competent person is at all tunes ready to prescribe for such sick as call at tha store, and that no tharze is made except the regular price of the medicines, the same rice as they would pay anywhere else: but that ne one is visited at their residences CITY NOTICES. Perfume Aomlzers. An elegant. |>leaaing. simple and useful apparatus fur diffusing perfumery in the most economical man ner, scenting the clothing, handkerchief and hair and for making cooling ami soothing application? ol water or other liquids for headache, inflamed eyes, burn?, aenailive surfaces, Arc., also for disinfecting and perfuming the »ick room. For sate by K. BRINGUURST A CO.. Corner Sixth and Market atreets. Ste&m Atomizers, For the Inhalation of atomised fluids in the treat ment of chronic diseases of the throat, air passages and lungs. Being self-acting they produced an even and continuous flow ofsy-ay without inconvenience or labor. Daring the tost two or three veers we baTe supplied several dozen of these atomisers and in most cases with very aatisfisctory results. T. BRIKUHCRST k Ou.. Apothecaries. Corner Sixth aud Maiket streets UN MARRIAGE. ■flippy Rilief for Young Neu from th# «fleet* ol Error* and Abuse? in early life Man hood restored Impediment? to Mnrriare removed. New method ol treatment New and remarkable remedies Rooks and Circular? sent free, in sealed envelopes . Andrew. HOWARD AS&OCI ATION. No. 2South Ninth St.. Philadelphia. IV. an Instiution bavinf a biffb reputation for honorai* e conduct and pro tfitional skill- dec6*2aw 3fn$uranrr Comiumirs. THK Mi» CASTLE I'UtiUT Office:—INSTITUTE BUILDING, INSURES AGAINST FIRE Housea and all other kinds of Buildings, with their contents, varying from three mouths to Msz.ozzs. WILLIAM TATNALL. WILLIAM CAN BY,' JAMES BRADFORD. UEu. RICHARDSON. JOHN GUTER, SAM 'L CANBT. CHAS. XV. HOWLAND. CLEMENT H SMYTH. KDW'D BRING HURST. JAMES RIDDLE. EDWARD T. BELLA!!, A. P. SHANNON. ASHTON RICH A H DSON.G EO. H. BATES, M M.CLkAVKR. WILLIAM TATNALL, I'res't Sau'lD. Fsitb Ree'rv leb!« For period* of tii » tenu of > e»r?. DELAWARE FIRE ikmiraivit: tonpANv Ho. 608 Markot Street, WILMINGTON. DEL IntK.ars'.s Charter Perpetual, iasar* »xiu tarai of year*, orl rot Iarpetual Insurances at Qieitly; Reduced Bate«. Losses promptly aJjened and paid, lasarearuust loss or dam ass by fire a* low as any other company. „ , r „ DIRKCIORS: Geo. W.8PABES. Wm.Caitbv. Feuscts Baebt. John P. McLzae, W*. R. Swire, W», G. Giaaoas loua R. Tatch, Geo. W. Brsu, Goo. W. Stoke. WILLIAM CAliBY. President. f. L. Gilpik. fcecretarv, anr29-'70 _ liquor s. JAMES BAXTER, DBaLIB 19 PU b W PUBPIJ AKD DOMB 8 TIÜ WINE8 AND LIQUORS, NO. 13 fif ABKUT b'i'HRET, WILMINGTON. DEL ■nay2-dlv £rrigbt ginri. RUSH'S STEAM FREIGHT LINE L S' Tt l£? wh ? ,r «hove Chestnut street. Pbiladal phiA dmiiy ito p.in„ sn l french strBst wharf, Wil uaa« toa st fl p. m. Freight haadiBd earefallf Bad lerwirdtd with diipatch. G. W, BI .SH. A O-l cl*«lBg-*iit sale of fit later Clolb !■« To make room far IPEI.VG «ted SV9IMCR STOrK. GREAT BARGAINS! Fine line of Gents' fsrali^^flMihes^itutJy Excelsior Hail. 4M Marktfstreet. LOCAL INTEL LICENCE. , March Is favoring us with bcautUuI weather. Preparations for "moving flay" are already be ing made. The Levy Court will appoiul the County Con stable«, to-day. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club, at the Ma sonic Temple, to-night. The Court House removal bill was killed in the State Senate last yesterday. Vermont has 10,000 druukarils, though the law says no liquor shall be sold there. The F. F. F. C.'s social lakes place, to-uigbt, at Krueger's Academy, Masonic Temple. Auction Sai.k.— Mgatti OgU .V Miller a iverti <es two sales of furu:ture. They rhonld be at ended by housekeepers. Si.uiiiT Fibs.—T he alarm of fire, ycslerdav nf occasioned by tlic burning of the ernoon, was oof of a small house on IailayoUc street, between Washington and Justison. occupied by a colored ïamily. The damage was slight, as flee was promptly extinguished. liEoijjASED.—Major Vales, who removed to this city from Charleston, South Carolina, died at his rcsideuec, yesterday evening. He was lortll.-riy Sbcrlfi of Charleston, and has always been held iu high estimation by liis- friends and neighbors by w hom his loss will be keenly lelt and much regretted. I*. 8. Covet. —The United States Li,-tint Court, Judge Uiediord presiding, met this morn tug. A motion was made to discharge from bankruptcy, William H. Pearson. The motion being opposed by Isaac L. Dcrou, the ease was coutmued till the 24th inst., to which time the Court adjourned. Wilmixotox Conference Academy.—O f the futid of850,000, to be raised for (lie erection ofthe Wilmington Methodist Conference Academy, about $47,000 have been subscribed TLe erection of the necessary buildings will be commenced early iu Ibc Bummer, on the lot already purchased for the purpose, at Dover. Christiana a Head —L. W. Stidham A Son, Auctioneers, sold tor Kabelt Stewart, on Thurs day, March 13tb, horses $211, mare $193, horse #201, cows as follows: *55, $01, $91, $85, *5S, ♦40, $95, $87, $107. Average price for the 9 bead ♦70.55-100 per head, pigs, *12.70-100 this is the best sale of cows this spring. Petti Coxckbt.—C has. Levi, the ageut of the itrackoscli Concert, it in town arranging for a concert to be given at the Upere House on Satur day evening of next week, when the foilwing Ar tists will appear: M'lle Curlotta Patti, MileCev reno Mario Sauret, Signor Soolora and Signor Mario Full particulars w 11 shortly appear. A Wilmington Man in Luck.—Iq tho Gazette Of Monday,mention was made of the sum of $260, 000,000 being lett to the heirs of the Chase broth ers—Aquilla, Thomas and William—who came to this country about the year 1698. Dr. J. A. V an deren ter. of this city, is one of these teirs, and intends filling his claim, at the proper tribunal,for his share Tug Hotels —The Washington House has been leased by Geo. Mackey, of Chester county. Pa., who will take possession on Thursday next. The Dickinsen House, at Front and King streets, which was recently sold, at SherifTa Bale, is at present occupied by 'Mr Dickinson, whose continuel tenure will depeu.1 on the confirmation ot the sale by the Court. The other hotels will remain under the as me management. New Constitution.— A special meeting of the Delaware Steam Fire Engine Company was held on Tuesday evening for the porpoee of aotiog new constitution. The old oomtitetion'bad adopted years ago, before the advent of steamers, and the introduction of new and advanced regula tions. aud had not since been materially altered. A new constitution suitable to the advanced state of the times and the present status of the Compa ny, waa therefore prepared sud adopted at Ihw special mealing. Spur Liftiso.— Ella Moore, Anna william;, id George Taylor, col., were arrested thi6 morn ou a been and Georgs Taylor, col., were arrested Ibis morn ing by officers Hops, Wnght and Nickerson, for the larceny of two pairs of ladies' gaiters from Edward Douohoe, No. 201 E. Eighth street, one pair ol carpet alippers from Dennis Fmnesay, 311 East Eighth street, and 15 yards of towel crash from John Taylor, Seventh and Church atreets. Their plan was to enter a store, and while the man engaged the attention of the clerka. the women slipped the aiticles under their shawls. They were tried before the Mayor this morning, and each held to bail in ths sum of $20(1, to answer the charge at the next term of Court Jubilee at New Castle.—O ur New Castle Irieuds ware overjoyed, hut evening, at the eeipt ot the announcement that the Court House removal bill had been killed in the State Senate. Nearly the whole town turned out en matte, and paraded the streets, the band was brought out. bon fires were built, and the old Court House bell clanged vigorously, as it in joy st tbs prospect of being retained in its present antiquated New Castle, for awhile, was turned completely upside down, aud her usually staid and sober cit izens became almost wild in their enthusiasm over New Castle's success and Wilmington's dis comfiture. Well, "1st those laugh who win," and as our little sitter, for the time, has proved cesstul, she has a perfect right to enjoy her tri umph, to the fullest extent. Iu addition to these jollifications, the New Cas Ile eommittee were met at the Depot, on their re turn from Dover, at 9.30 o'clock, and escorted to the Court House, by the Amphiou Cornet Band A Urge meeting was here held, Mr. Lane presR ding Speeches were made by Geo. C. Gray, Esq aud others, and the meeting continued unt i e' late hour. Delaware Assaeiatlais far Crlwilsiaa Re form. position . U 1 ■ ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICEBS. The annual meeting of the Delaware asaociation far-criminal Reform was bald, at the Buard of Tide Rooms, Masonic Temple, Thursday after noon, at 3 o'clock, Piesideiit, Dr. H. F. Asker in the chair. * Officers aud Managers for the ensuing were elected as follows :— President— Dr. H. F. Askew. Vice-Presidents—New Castle county—Rev Fielder Israel, Dr. L. 1*. Bush ; Keut-Dr. Isaac Jump; Sussex—Dr. C. 11. Richards. Corresponding Secretary—Rev Q eo . A. Lati year, IIJtT Recording Secretary and Treasurer- Geo C Moris. Board of Managern -New Castle County—Dr H. F. Askew, Ww. C. Spruanea, Rev. Geo. A. Letimcr, Rev. Fielder Israel, Dr. L. P. Bush, J 8 . \ aleutine, Geo. C. Maris. Kent County—Dr. Isaac Jump, Usury C. I'id deman, J. Alex. Fulton, Geo. V. Mieter, Thos L. Madden, Dr. J. W. Sharpe, Rev. Mr. Uutchia •on. I L 2*^* County—Df^C. H. Rickards, Hon. Ca lab 8 . Liytoo, Jacob, Moore, Dr Stewart Lewis, Rev. John L. McKim, John Hickman. Uov Jos Ponder. ' On motion of Mr. Wm. C. Spruanee, a commit tea-consiatmg of Dr. H. V. Askew, Riv. Fielder Israel end J. 8. \ alawtiiM—wea appointed to "«le «rraugemeeta for bolding n public meeting sometime during the third week in Mar. and to ■ocura prominent speakers Mr. Spruaaoe also offers tion, which was adopted : He to! red, That Rev. Fielder Israel, one <4 the lice-Presidents of tha AaMfiatk* be req end he u hereby eutfaorized to vfolttbe Managers m. 1 |r h .* .l ** <> C1 > U o * > ' ta U * ««terel ooantses, and to make any orrugsmenti with them for tb« cnzrr ing out of the provirioas end poWen of the obar Ur, end ths general usefulness of tbe Associe Tbe Aeeociatioa then adiounsed until tbe nest regular meeting. The meetings are held moaU »it PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE. MNtTt. < Dover. March 18, 187*. The Scuate met at 10 o'clock A. M. On tnotkm of Mr. Venders rift, the Houee waa requested to return the bill concerning swine In Cedar Creek Hd., and on bis further motion the vote by which the hill was lost was reconsidered and passed. t introduced : Mr. Riddle, to lucoporale the VUItatlon Acade my or Wihning'ou. Mr. Storkeloy, to repeal the act authorizing the construction of (bo Queenstown A Harrington Kail road. Mr. Shakes paare, to authorise the tilling up of the subscription of this 8tue to the stock of the Fanners' Bank and for other purposes. House bills read : To remove the seat ol justice ofNew Castle and Wilmington. To amend chapter 42, Revised Statute» concern ing free schools. The House Jolul resolution relative to pay of members was concurred in. Mr. Stockley gave notice of a bill to incorpor ate The Tomlinson Steam Mill Manufacturing Company. The House bill to incorporate the Nantlcoke Mutual Fire Insurance Co., was road. Rills read a third lime and passed Mr. Watson, a bill providing for a stock law lu school district 163, Little Creek Hd. Mr. Kills, from the Committee on Revised Stat utes, two bills relating to time nod place of de positing fonds by State and County Treasurers. A bill to enable the Governor to appolut an additional Justice of the peace for Sussex county. A report ofthe State Treasurer os to the amount of printing done, was read ami referred. AFTEHXOON SESSION. The House bill lor a stock law in district No. 80 New Cestle county, was read. Mr. Kiddle introduced a bill for the relief of certain school districts in Christiana Hd. Mr. Rickards moved the consideration of the hill removing the county scat Irorn New Castle to Wilmington. Mr. Kiddie thru took the lloor to explain, and was interrupted by a "privileged motiou" to lu detiuitely postpone. The latter motiou was w ithdrawn to allow Mr. Riddle the privilege of speakiug, and at the con clusion ol his remarks, the motiou was again put and carried. A further motion to eptjslder was laid ou the table. Bills read a third time and passed : To Incorporate the Wilmington, Shell pot and Edgemoor Railway Company. To exempt wages of laborers, to the amonut ol 50 per cent., from execution process. To allow S. F. Perkins to lay out a private road at his own expense. Adjourned till 10 A. M. Friday. norsE. The House met at 10 o'clock, a. m. The Rev. J. U. Metrett accepted the invitation to preach to the Legislature this eveuiug. The Divorce Committee reported Id favor of Indefinitely postponing the Bally divorce case. The follow ing tills were read once : By Lewis Thompson, incorporating Clayton Circle, No. 2, B. U. 11. F., C. A. ; also amending chapter, 24, 14tli volume, Delaware laws; by Mr. Maris, amendin'* chapter 106, Revised Code ; also d'vorce Cornelius McGrenna; also, divorcing Julia A. P. Adair from her husband Lewis : also supplement to tlic act incorporating the Edge moor Iron Co. ; by Mr. Hickman, prohibiting live stock running at large In districts, 23 and 161, Sussex county ; by Mr. Clough, preventlngBwine running at large in certain portions of Kent co. ; also divorcing Tbos. J. Marvel ; by Joel Thomp son, amending Section 1 of Chapter 22. Delaware laws ; by Mr. Wildç, prohibiting the taxation of investments; also, authorizing J. G . Fulton, to erect a certain gate ; also, authorizing a new pub lie road in Kent county; by Mr. Wilson, divorc ing Mary Lawson. On motion of Mr. Marls, the clergy atteudiug the Southern Convocation, of the Episcopal Church, now inaeesion here, were invited to seats on the floor of the House. A large number of bills passed to a second read ing and several important Senate amendmznte to Notice bills were concurred in At 12:15 the House adjourned. AFTERNOON SESSION. The House met at S o'clock, p. in. The followjng bills were read a first time lly Mr. Hickntan, appropriating annually for three years, $3,OJ0 pet year, to Delaware College» for which that inslitutiou U to provide tuition tree lor 80 scholars, to be designated by the Sen ators aud Representatives of the Stale; provided that such scholars will agree to teach at least one year aller graduating, in the public schools ofthe State ; by Mr. Speaker, supplement to the act re lating to a bridge over Duck Creek. The hill divorcing Francis D. Russel, was lost. The following bills were . By Mr. Ferris, incorporating the Eureka Mauu lecturing Co. ; Senate bill prohibiting the towu or Miltord from raising more then 11250 by taxa tion ; by Mr- Wilsen, incorporating the Mutual Building Loan Association, of Lcipeic ; by Mr. Clark, atlow iug school district, No. 53, New Castle county, to raise an additional sum of money ; also relating to the Cedar Creek Branch Marsh Co., of Red Lion hundred ; by Mr. Martin, divorcing James Femile. The bill repealing the Mechanic Lein law, was taken up and postponed. Mr. Sheldrake iutrodneeda joint resolution dl reeling the State Treasurer to nay the per diem aud mileage of members of the General Assembly in gold coin or its equivalent. Adopted. At 6 o'clock, the House adjourned. AMUSEMENTS. "CNDEB THE GASLIGHT," AT THS OPE BA HOUSE. Al tbe Grand Opera House, last evening, Au gustine Daly's great seusatlenal drama, "Under the Gaslight," was presented with all the original and striking effects. The piece was acted in a spirited mauner, throughout, and was well ceived. The various phrases of city life, were faithfully presented, particularly those of the "lower crust," ef society. The "Railroad scene," was well executed, the "down express," rushing across the stage, at a high rate of speed, puffing and snorting, in tbe most approved style. Those who enjoy tbe highly sensational drama, enjoyed a treat, lost evening, and the enjoyment wag tes tified by frequent aud hearty applause THE MENDELSSOHN QUINTETTE CLUB, will appear, to-night, at the Masonic Temple, iu one of their unsurpassed concerts. A programme of au artistic merit,consisting of vocal and Instru mental music, will be brilliantly executed by these masters of the musical profession. They will lie uccompanied and assisted by the chaining vocalist, Mrs. Anna Granger Dow. A rare mail eal tient is in store for those whomay attend. TO MOHKOW NIGHT, the English Upero Company will appear in Au liei *s sparkling opera, "Fra Dlavola." The Opera is assuredly popular iu this city, judging from ths support given to this Company, on previous visits here, and from presonl Indications a large a ad d euce will witness their performance to-morrow evening. je UN MONDAT AND TUESDAY ErCNlXGS, Mr. John E. Owens,the Prince ol Comedians will amuse our pUy going people, et the Grand Opera House, wIth a double bill each night. Mr. Owens has previously appeeicd before Wilmington au d encra, with greet success, and we predict for him a crowded honee each evening. AMUSEMENTS MOTES. Olive Logan's new local play, "A Business " °*"««j' > was produced at tbe Union Suuare the atre, N. T., last evening. It is said to bo for more «musing than her other corned!«*, which were eo . «!"• ^ootbora le Mill playing in 'David Garrick ' at « al lack's, end expecu to do so until April when be will produce "An English Gentleman' 1 He will remain until May. e, ' 1« to ba prodnrad at the Walnut 8treet Tbealra, Philadelphie, tbe fint part of next W J Floraoaelf brill at Booth's Theatre, N. ï- ..ro e now P l *) fl ®E te "No Tborougbfare." Pina a 0ree Jt**' ta ^produced at Mr. Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre. ' THI CITY OOUMOIL. HH'Ul MKXTtNQ LUf ttXMKi. The cite Council nut in regular session, last evening. Mr. Underwood acting as President, prp tem. The Street Committee reported favorably on thn petition of dehn Stewart, tar permission to build n hake <rroa under hie pa vantant, at No. 207 the work was being west Eight atreet, and that dona under the dirartion of the Street Commis sioner. Adapted. Seme Committee reported adversely <m the pe tition of H. R. Bringhant asking to be allowed Fourth street la front of hit property, and paving it In the usual way. Adopted. The Street Uommimtooer reported 14 men and eight hones aad oarta employed; Chief Engineer, 1» man. Th* Committee on Open ng Streets reported in favor of grading the beds of Kim and Van Buren streets, at a cost ot $100. Adopted. The Law Committee, on the petition of W. F. Brick A Co., asking for the repeal of the Ordi nance creating a Coal Oil Inspector, reported ad versely, and urged u strict enforcement of tka vmons of the Ordinance. Adopted. Same Committeo reported favorably on the pe tition ot Ogle * Miller, asking that a fine et $100, paid by them for an allaged violation of the li cence l»wt be refunded;the mistake,in the opinion ol the committee, was done through ignorance — Adopted, end an order for a $100 drawn in favor tioners. Committee reported that the Ordinance prohibiting sledding on the street^ was legal end correct. The pay roils of ths water and sir set depirt menu, amounting to 8W4 81 and $70 98 respec tively. were tread end passed in the usuel mea ner. pro SSÜ ot Mr. Febiger p re sen tod an ordinance repealing the "Ordinance to provide for the widening of the sidewalks of Maryland Avenue." Meed twice. Mr. Febiger, presented a |>reamMe and reoolu tioua, elating that the opinion woe prevalent at Dover and Now Oaot'e, that the offer recently made by the city would be wRhdrawd in the event of the petszge by the Legislature of the bill authorizing the removal of the county seat of New Castle county to Wilmington; end renewing in good faith, the offer seriously made by the city to turnish au eligible eite tor the buildings, aud pay one-half ot tho expense. The preamble and resolution» were adopted, and »copy of thorn, together with a vote, orasrtd to be lent to Senator Riddle. Mr. Qeiaa moved that a committee of fiv. be appointed to go to Dover, end urge the passage of tms end nil other bill« in which the city wei in terested. Mr. Mela tire objected, on accoaut of tbe «x and tha futility of this mode of 4< bonng lor ba resolution was adopted by a vote of U to 3 and ths committee appointed by the Chair lows: Messrs Quinn, Pickels, üaker, Bickta and Richardson. Mr. owners » at fol Gauby presented a petition from properly s la the vicinity, asking that the foot ot Shipley street, which is at pressât leased by Jes. Muiphy as a coal yard, and closed by gat«, and other obstruction*, be vacated by him, eo tbel other parties may tue the street. Referred Mr Gilbert presented a petition lor iron gutter plates at Front and Orange streets. Refereed On motion of Mr. Foelk. the papers on the derk's desk was referred to the respective mitt pet without reading Mr. Pickels Suggested that the co- operation of Use citizens ot Wilmington and the surrounding hundrjds, should be obtained, to »teure the pas sage of the Court Home removal bill, and moved that that the Counci committee be authorized to »Vit» such citizens to accompany them to Derer. com Mdnttre mpvad tg «maud hr providing « special c»r, aad taking thon at tho city's tgpense Mr. Molnbro then moved to amend by requir ing each member of tho Committee to pay own expenses. Lost by ayoo 4, nays 13, Mown Gilbert, Hiyes. Lynch and Mclotire voting in tha affirmativ« Mr. Pichei,' motion was tbea adopted. Bnuiy, »34210; Downey A Cooper 19 - 60; H. Prescott. *2.60; Wm. 8, Hayes, 112.26; O*®•W.monp, *7.60; JamoaPyls, 92.?»! Mr*. A. T. Allderaier, $7.88; D. ». Kent 3c Co , $204.79; pd* 1 " •'*6.75; Mode. Fenster A Co., $139,000; Ferris * Uazrett $jS.47; J W. How •7200 11-i6: S. T. Thorn»-, On motion, Council adjourned. his •OOIKTIBS. MSKTUrOB Tlllfl BVAVIMO. Fairfax Lodge, No. 8, 1 O O F, it Odd Fal lows'Ha 11,3d sad King Ste. Columbia Lodgo, No. 26, I O O F. at Odd Follows* Hall, 3d end King Delaware Tribe, No. 1,1 Hall, 416 Market. Washington Council, No 4, O U A M at Me chanics* Hull, 21* King St. Jr ■ 0 u A " H" 1 * Market g* t ffer *° n Hom ® Communion, at Hall 504 Excel.ior Lodge, No T. K of P. at Kniehts of Prthias Hall, 211 Morkot 3L * g ' Washington Camp, P O 8 of A, at Good Fel ow * H»H. 3d aad Market Ste. Wilmington Mutual Aid Society, at Fifth Market streets, third story front 7 Sie. o K M., at Red Men's end Th* Afmogphere of Low* 1» e pure,.weet breath. This desideratum is one ol the roeulu of using 802GD0NT, which not onlv Invigoratee and prearrets the teeth, bat rendrre the month eg fragrant ee « rone. t Bba a condition, financially, u not very good nt the present moment. The piecing of the new Joan has failed, and la proposed to moke the tex Sbj£7 UkeU To 'fc 1 * 'h^omy^or the pLplî I t WE ARE OFFiaiNG EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS OF Richardson's Linens. Tsfcle DfiEuuki «»4 Towels. QBANVIUbE WORRELL, MfifOSIfij TfiMPLE, ana «mi. DUBELL THK HATTER. 2 East Third Street WILMINGTON. DEL. aprl-ly Sarntsf. W. B. THOMPSON, a III e, Harnet« and Collar Makor, OOU Went Front Street, WILMINGTON utLAwaaa. A full a-torment ef Single aad Doable Carriage, Lira» târ&Ua: Is attended to. Having obtained the right for the State of Delaware tor Lzoxaud » Pa tent Breast Dollar, which is one of the meet beeet olaldiscoveriea for the horse that has been instated for along time, and will be a lasting benefit to the horse and owner, it being so oonstreeted that the horse is perfectly tree about tha threat end not choked aud chafed on tha breast, as is done by the u ol ers new used. Heal «state Sweats. oui.»': & tflM'EKs RBAL ESTATE AGENTS AMU AlTCTlONKERSy No. 005 Market street. tla .the McOLARY B7ILDINU.) oppoaite th Bank of Delaware. PERSONAL SALES ATTENDED TV). Having removed from tha eoruevoftlhand King street* to tha lerg* »tore No, $05 MarketriJjeet. we eolioit ordere lrom our fnend« wbieh will be Led with oqrf aqd nr.wot boss. - - .. . j. h. r r:azek, REAL. ESTAI E AGENT Collector of Rents wul Bills. ■CAST THI1U HT., SEAM IAIIUT, iunis-dhwly (îlatMng. EITABM8UF.D 185®. I f aa y ob* intead* to parch os* Cluthos, aow tha >ea*ou when the times are dull. We 1 •ell Over CmIi at Cm* Ia osier to make room fur the Spring are eterinc o«t the entire stock ef «nrrKR qOODS at f GREAT REOpCflQ*. Hothlng but an sxamlaition one eoaviaoo fee of the foot. Il gentlemen prefer berias thgjr «vues eat aad made to order they earn bava It fiaaa at W per oeatam lewer than elsewhere, aad mar real inured they will bo ia eharia ef the bast MM* la the eity. JOSFPn BOW, S1« MARKET mUT. \W ilmlagtea. Dei fob) QEORQR MoCALL, Merchant Tailor, No 121 Markot St., Wilmington, Del., ü äi 93 is now prepared to accommodate his eastom 1* are aad tha pahiic generally with «arme nt» . Which, for noatasss ot fit and finish, eanaoi be ea selled by ear house ia the eity. , „ _ Hevtng sera red the sere tees e( Mr. Wm Swift, one ofthe beet cutters in the « occur, ha feels ma ideal ol giviag saiLafeeliou to ail who may favor him with their patronage. Betisfcatiea gaaraa teed. 1879. FALL AND WIN TER J. H. MUHLQAUB1H, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, NO. 415 KING MTHPS VILHIZOTOB. PEL. - q. Where he iavitoe his oaatemars end tha Mb ft lie taoarally to eoll end aioosiae hie waft se 93 leeted end extensive slosh of tier man. Isi -AK.lish and French Cloths, Ceesieseres. Ceatlnes end V «arias * ef the Ulest t **« ri »l a* always e* aad. Cn*t«_ rat-Warn Kukuk h. ash, MERCHANT TAILOR 11 MARKR^STRKjr^meond More of WILMINGTON. DELAWARE. 1 «Mt Md «111 COAL I COAL ! TEE ENTERPRISE COAL «1 other so eerier Coals, bv of dirt and slate. I «r e me tte. Alee, AN Wsttsr aad W«*t strs.u toU-dly NONE but tbe VERY BEST QUALITIES Of iatlaracltoatt I ■lr•«l•«•e COAL. aïr&ïi^ïgwj^' ■ all tee! lot ttkiss Birds bnqnfti, me. ■Sri Also fehzi