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DAILY GAZETTE. C. P. Johnson, Km io» and l'ctnuitt hii.him.iii>, I»el, May 13. I»;i Thk Daily Gxzkttx is published every afternoon, except Sunday) ut 116 Merket street, eud sorved by carrier« to iubeeriberf in ell luuts ofi YYilaiiiutton end the surrounding towns and villacoe, fur eut coûts a week, payable weekly. Tearly subscribers Id, in advance. The DKLAWARK UAKliTTE, establiybed 1761. s tbe largest and most flWUTlslilng weekly 0 n the Mate, and has a larger circulation than any oliter on the l'euiusular. Published every Friday newll ing at Si a veer. In eivance. Satisfactory Adjustment. It is graPfviujj to our people tv learn that the Philadelphia, Wiiumij, on »V Baltimore Kail road Company, witb » magnanimity of which its many ft,ends may justly 16*1 proud, have made a satisfactory adjustment with the numerous per a tns who ware Injured at the »ad nucidtiit at E lerslie Station, a few miles ft um this city, last fall. This conclusion has Intel) beau atrived :.t wilh Mr. Fritz and his ino'her, of this city, who were so badly Injured that it wss suppos'd neither would recover. We are gratified, however, iu being able to say that M F. made u- a visit tit's morning and stated that i.» hoped lo be folly re stored and that his physician thought he would be able to rame his basinet? hi tv few mouths. TnE CorBT. The pr-^'ed'iigs of the 6 t Jay of the County Court ehow that rapid pr.igrsse was made with the business 1 .fore it. Wo are told thit the session is not i kely to be every extended one, notwithstond'ng the lavge number of pt on ers confined in the jail, would lead to a different supposition. Uur local repot «, iufere't og wait«.*, aud a crowd of advertisement« bave cat'«e J encroac liment upou our ed'torsp«^e to-Say. The Advu.ismg Agency ot S M. Pettengill & Co., has beeu one of the most prompt and care ful houses wilh whom it his been our picture to hold business relations. YYc wish thru all other agencies w ere a* reliable, careful au.l prompt.— The following is from the Boston .h umai . "As Oi.r> F.sTaBli-hed Fikm — TIic finit of B. M. Pctteuggill At Co., rommcnced their Adver t.sing Agency in the old Jourual building, No. 10 State Blrcet, Boston, neatly a quarter ot acen tury ago (February 1 M'.(, where tueir Agency is still located, carrying on a laigc and successful business. They established a branch iu New X ork C itT, May 1653, which has grown to be larger thau the parent house,—increasing steadily, year by year, uuti! now it ha« the egeney of nearly every newspaper in the Fuited Sûtes aud British Provinces, and dites a yearly business of hun dreds of thousands of dollars. b. M. Pettengill At Co. have recently opened another blanch office at Till Chestnut Street, Philadelpnia, where they are doing a successful iucreaelng business. They have done advertising exceeding ten mitions ol dollars since commencing business. This firm is favorably known not only throughout this country, but in all pails of the world. They have established a reputation for houorablo aud fair deuliug which any firm might euvy,aud but few have attained to. YVe congratulate them U|>on their success. We would recommend all who waut advertising done iu auy part of the couut.y to call upon them. They can point to hundreds of businessmen who have followed Dt*ir advice, aud trusted to their sagacity, and availed them selves of tbeir facilities, who have mads fortunes for themselves, and they are da'ly assisting others iu the same path." Gov. Uxvis, (Rcpublioau) aud the Democratic Legislature, of Texas, have hai mon'-'.cd ou an agreemint for a general election iu October, over;body to go out of oftico iu orJcr l' it the new terms may begin at an even date. There is u new apportionment, ami the voting is »<1 to lie «loue in one day at precinct poll«, instead of ruu. ning through four or five days at tbe couuty «eats Is nothing 1« Russia's groat military etreugth more visihlo than the number of her hov.' ». The P.ussian Empire baa IS,000,000 of horeca, at rom pared to 2,500,000 draught animals iu Germany, 3,10U,000 iu Australia, and 4,250,CM ii Rassis bow employs 335,000 horses in her armv, aad Ibo Cossack cavalry is the finest in the world. France. Joikeo Twix*" time to time the well-known Siamese -Persons who have «ecu from I w ins, or the two young colored girls joined from Ihe -boulder- to the hip, that have been cxjiibited in this country aud Europe since orr late civil war, ha\c found it difficult lo refrain loom dieagiecablr -.peculations as te what may be the citer** -lane » of the fat* «four or lb* other of either of I he paire when the final dissolution of deatu shn'l come — There if an Instance on retord in the Every Day Book of Home, which shows the fate of what were know u os the Bid Jenden maid*, born at Rid denden, England, in the jcai 1100, and who w ere joined at the hips aud shoulders. Itiev thus liv ed 84 year», w hen one of them died. The other was advised to be separate! bom her at once, but answered, "A* we came together, we will r'eogo together," and was taken ill and died »ix hours after. Their names •were Elizabeth and Mary Cbulkbnrst. Tbe Massachusetts Lvgitlstur* of lHf'A r»'r* f 4» own pay, as did the Forty-second Congres« ; tnt, unlike the Utter bedv, to effect the steal it obliged to p:ia» the bill by a two-lhird vote over tba veto of an uone»t rod upe ght Executive. Juhn A. Andrew was then Governor of Usssachuseit» prop»'*>J *-1 increase b> pay from When C oT. Andrew heard of was The bill at lint *3,000 to $5,0X1. this be sent word to the sale y grabbers who had ihe project in chs-ge: "II you under ske to rr »e i«y salary, I will sand b»e< a vc'vof l ie bill « .th in an hour. It is net tu er ordance with my ids «s of honor to past upon the question of my oa a compenaatiee." This was the si «wer of one pos sessing the fine mcslbiliticiof a !;ia (nfsun well a» the stern integrity of an honest stiff man. —-V. F. Sun * A KaSJCALNkWBV'AP i3t'»TjU»lTK*oHW)NI> wall JscKteH.—[From the Balthnorv Amer ican.]—At this distance from the actual events and with the harshnes; d feeling mallows J by the lapse at time, we era all afford to be ghd that honorable record is vouchsafed lo the men who fonght bravely and conscientiously for a lost cause. We do not think that any American would refuse honor to nionewsll Jack sen, would be sorry to know that Englishmen have resolved to commemorate hit virtues. Leading members of the British Parliament have con tributed lo • monument which is rooo to be erected over the remains of tbe dead soldier. This monument has beeu finished, and is toon to be mat over lo this coon try. We hope llisl when it ia placed ah jve Ihe hero'i grave the occaaalon may be celebrated as would become a national and not a sectional figure in "m annals of our time. or The Most Unuappv Paasou iu the world is the Dyspeptic. Everything looks dark and gloomy ; he feels "out of sorts" with himself and everybody else. Life Is a burden to him. This can all be changed by taking Perm ian syrup (a £ rotox1de of Iron). Cases of 27 years «landing ave been cured by it. Ffe 1 Y PEOPLE'S COLUMN. VKBT mit» LKTTKU# OI.AOKT BECE1YKD. liON» COMMUNICATIONS WILt TtOT I1E rEINTED. \Vt »BB IN NOWISK BKSl'ONSUiLK FOB THE VIEWS •F COKBFSI-ONDKNTS.] * ", Wl'll.'ia Dene'. V « we. , a l or the GatsUe. , Me. Edu*ok;—A letter of l'reeideat lliucklet's IwrWtshed hi ffle ''fvtaware.an" In which lie flntla failli wilh our l.ty, vial urc lor tb ir action in |>tw iiiglhe preaent law taxing rai'roads, and oaks any member of Ihr Legislature who voted for it please dx plein. Would not some of régula lUit* governing the 1'., W. A B. It. I!, be equally d'llitult of explanation ? Not being an opcratoi of rtilroeit*, we tlo not pretend to know much about tbeir management, tint some things 1 leat »cd Irom President Hinckley's own lips, among which were that all railroads were expect ed to pay luniilug expenses, repair», interest on bonds, and! p*- rent, semiannual dividends. If they do not, tic says, ilie Stockholders find fanll with the msnsgeiurnt. President H., Witli ont explanation, ssv* "Weeanuot carry a piu aenjaor «he ahortest distance lor less than Horse Oar Railroad nt"S, sav ft cents per passenger." Why not T Thu P , W. A B K. R. parties pas se u^erj from Philadelphia to Baltimore for cent» per rn 't; the same train carries passenger» to \f ilminglon, 3S teile«, for AOeeuts,or less th in 2 cents per milo. It also canif» passengers to Siaudott, It mile«, lor ■' > cents, or ti 2 3 cents per iniln, and to Newark, 13 miles, at «ft cents, or 5»^ cent* per tuile. Why tbla difference? W'liv dis criminât« at all times iu lavor ol Wilmington and ag* i$st other towns in the Slat®? It does appear that 1'rcsidcnl H. has got bold of ouc of itiosc that me call "iiad rules tltai won't work both way»," yet he is trying to make it woik, tin he first Hells you that they canuot carry passengers shorf distances as choap as longer ones, yet by the action of his company's roles he tiles to do just the op| osilc. For »ample, a paasenevr in Philadelphia can come the thou dUiauce of 3» mile» lor less thau 3 cents per mile, yet if he wauis to go twelve tnilus more be must pay 5's cent! per mile for the last Iwilve miles, or it be buy* his ticket iu Philadelphia tor 10 miles, lie must pay Ü cants per mile. An explanation of the above example w ou'd no doubt enlighten mau| patrons ol Mr. li.'g road. What all patrons of auy railroad want, is that »II shall be fairly dealt with, deal fairly with ell the patrons of bis road while the atmve example is allowed to remsiu i Not bat ug seen a copy of the law referred to, know nothiug of it except through President 11. 's leite», but if the object ol the law was lo make a uniform rate of fare per mile for all distances, why not not adapt it ? It If;; cents per mile for ihroBgh travel is a paying rate, why should those using less thau the whole disUtnce pay at a greater rate 7 w ill nol the dollars received from local those dollars re to Doe# Pretideut II. force ? travel pay as lar iu dit idcuda reived from through passengers ? In regard to the friegiiUug butines», it is equally unfair, ba' lug paid the ireigbt ou pressed bales of wool trous New York lo Wilmington, 11S mules, 35 ccuts per 1C) lbs., or »5 pet ton. Now the supposition is that it laid to do it for that rale oi it w ould not have b cu done; for thottga corporations arc said to have no souls to save, they, like individuals who have, willing long to do a loosing business. Now if *5 pet U>u would pay for 1 IS miles, why should the company charge f 1.40 per ton for 13 miles w ith out any reshipment, or at ike rate ol fl3. J per ton Iront New York to Wilmington, or more than two aad a halt tunes more thau theregu'ar rate charged between New York and Wilmington ? Is it fair, let me ask any citizen of Delaware outside of the city of Wilmington, that a Rail road Co. sltonld he allow i to discrimiuat: fayor of Wilmington at the expense of the r st of the Sta*- ? The probability >s *'iat the ver»' et ot the people of the State will ho 'Uat *'ie Leg «'a ture are on the i ght tiack when-' ey r-o t "g to equalize the burtheu of expense impost d' on them of k eptug up railroads. To preve that the r.'-lroad company are ch- gir-» exorbitant rat - beyond Wilmington : The three flrirs with wh'ch 1 am r.inn-cted are ha; ug mrt of »Vir 1 -r' i u'* dene to Wilmiug on in wsgo» « at a 1 t ra' i t it is now don# by rr 'to J* ilroad ebe - wool and mr-iufac.jrrd goods between I*hlIr kl pbta and News'k is f 1.30 per ton; lot c i comp, the two metlKw'« of ^sportaf on : By K. K. • on Phils, to NewarF. one to' •• " Newark « !•' *i. t « lUi'-ing to aad from F. me sti :t depot, " " " Ne» *; de 4 to udP. urc uoi □ •» »0 re tl '30 3t> 5.,50 3.00 Total, By Warner's Hue, ouc ' u, f om l'lrla. to W liming lor, By Wa ooi 's I i ' si lo 1't 'la , Drayago *» wharf and from wharf to »* re, Team ono day f om Newark • i Wile • tou eud ba ' , loaded hath way 113.90 ♦ 3.00 OUO 'ir. Wilic ng 3 00 i oo S 5.00 Total, Difference iu favor of hauling from Wilmington •u wagons, Kt.iHI per trayi, which on tlirve trips per w» ek » 111 in lhe course of a sotson mate cor-ider able ot a sating. At yier day for loam of two horses aud diiter, you can w ith tha present puce of corn hire all you wan* which team v " haul at taenly-tiv« huudred ♦ IOC) a load from twenty t„ pound«. Tbe rats chargeai by the Camden A Ambov fnom New York to Philadelphia, ati m,i*», go 40 per ton, hv Ihe T , W Je B. R. R. Co. from lTr ' adelpha to Newark, 40 mile«, 11.20 per ton; from Wilmington to Newark, 13 ir les, *2.4« i»e» ton rad SB .Stanton to Newark, f. mile«, p*2 ?0 tow, or at tha latter rate would bo for Ihe <1 «*-nco wh-ch the Camden A Amboy take? it fur Sei. 10 per ton, wsrld cost (33 per ton. Under euch uiau agenwnt of eo great a monopoly, is it notlimo that that the Legislature ol Delà were paid the atten tion, which they appear to have dene, to protect it« ci zona from imposition. On* of our Wilir nc ton papers says, ''It the law lately pr-ss- i is eu lota d, it will amount 'a a tax ot over (60,006 per on tha traveliua public of Gin city." Well, ii tliis last quotatiOB is correct rod the law mak* - all Gw traye' ng public pay ;a jest com|»ensstio«i far the distance they ride, why should the travel ing public of Wilmiugton complain, or do they waul Ihe traveling public outside of Yt-'mmctoa fo pay the Wilmington's publie traveling fare 'r Respectfully, Wu. mUt. I • f annum &»ts an« «ap 5 -. DUBELL I' Tl IH HATTER. 2 HI t J » * >1 $' East Third Street WILMINGTON. DEL 1-1* Now HAT Store. H I M. Qlii , FASHIONABLE HATTER, 109 KIN« STREET, 1st door aboie 4th,) WiLUiaoToa, Dkl. Tbs Latest Styles constaatly on hand st tha lowest markt; figures. a»18-lm * 7fr J. H* MUHLHAU3EN, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, NO. 4lß KINO 8TRUU A Una and tewd.nue asrorlusaat af Casaiaeres, flolks and Vfsilags Dl the hat est BU les. (Jive ma. rail. Pit and satisfaction guaranteed. apt 4 ARRIVING! A largo 11>ek of SPRING and SUB HER CLOTHING! Cheap and Durable. A nice assortment of LTolhs, I'aiilwtiva A. VCillRUt >R| la. lefully sélrcted, and wilt cut and made to ffw erdarat s«toni»hinii low priese, aniltsuarau Jj^ui J a part' cl bUEÙ Gcnl«' Furnishing (ioodi of.every vatittp and « lyl«. JOKIPII ROW, SIS MARkkT KTKKET, Wdmiagtoa, Dal • p4 J. WINI.Kl tliNtHV, IS SELLING Fall Nulla. All Waal. UlHtfilylea, AT LOW EH FIGUKES than anv clktr /fosse. Maintins Irwin MHO Iji, BOY'S'Cl.OTH IN'J aspceialty. Remember the »leer. «.FXCRI.SIOR CLOTHING nALL, »OA Narkel Street. • p'J ORGR H. ASH. 1 MERCHANT TAILOR II MARKET STREET, (second story of Morrow's Building.) WILMINGTON. DELAWARE. A fine assortment of CLOTHS, CASS1MERES and VFSTtNOS constantly on band. aid-if (JJEORGK McCALL, Merchant «Tailor, No 121 Market 8t., Wilinmgtou, Dcl.t nnvinir aiJ in h»^ entire Hnrinir stork o €L0ril8 CASSlMlbKKS and VKSTINtlS. in now i»r«i»ared to »ccomtnod&tc his ciMtoai ers and the public generally with garments, whioh. for nentneu ut fit and fiuish. cannot bn ex colled by any bouse in thucity. Having socured tba aorvicos of Mr. Wiu Swift, ona of the bent cutters in tha oouutry. ba teals con fidant of giving satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. Satisfaction guaran teed. 1 it! $ral (Ss\n\t J. H. FR AZEF', REAL ESTATE AGENT AMD Collector of Rents knd Bills. H. W. Cor. TIIIBI» A*» Nil If IV. Y hTN„ iunlS- ddwly uuti: & mtLGK, REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS, N. W. Cor. 4th and King Streets. tin .tha iMoCLARY BMLDING.) opposite th Rank of Delaware. PERSONAL BALLS ATTENDED TO. Uavinr removed from the corner of 4th aud Kin» streets to the Ur»e sture No, 60S Market street, weeulieit orders troin our friends which will be llod with care and nminntnesj. uiv2. (SAMVEL A. 1414(1 AI.I.lMl'KK ATTOUNKY* AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, ASVOflice. tzC i Market Stroot, Wilmington. Del marldtf JAMES BAXTER, »XD DitaaHTit* otALKK in ruer r.ierm WINES AND LIQUORS, NO.I3 fiCABKMT STUEKT, WILMINGTON. DEI, mavL* dlv JOHNSTON & HOOT A, BOOK - BINDERS, AND BLANK- BOOK MANUFACTURERS. No 4M SHIPLEY' STREET, wibuiroTON, net.. Account Books of every variety fof ruling and tiding made to order. Magaamos, Music, Newspapers and Pnblieallons 0) all kinds bound in Plain or Fancy Stylea. Both being practical workmen, wu are able te naranu* entire satisfaction. Orders by mail promptly attended to. hi sprlj Utttfft & ßegm. OTTO &BÜTZ MsBtrrscTcrtts or 8EGARS, NO. 9 WENT FRONT NT.« aW-Baaar Knivsa for aaia kolt JAOO» BOTZ, Latetna el Butt A Rro. AI (he Old E«U»li«hcd Staad Wo. 303 KIWO STREET, la the Odd Fallow}'Hall. Wilminstoa Delaware, continua» to m saufe« taro, wkolseaia ami retail, the Best Brands of Segars, ueBtfaewfr T 1,4AU#1 d*« 1 " la tha fir Chewing and Smoking Tobacco NEERICBiPI««, Ac , Which te is prepared to furnish to the toed* end want» .stores at tha Iowa« pomibla.'ratot Ali er den will reeeive attention aad be promptly Ailed. ■ 4 «Rodtf, g<V<U>. - 4tT Market Street, tot BENJ. S. CLARK. 1 A full a.vortinent of »ulterior Clocks. Watches. Jewelry & Spectacles Constsntlj on hand and f ar sola at the lo west is* rat®«. Ftrlieslw saS sssssssi sfisatiss sivsB to Repairing any article in Ike above line. Ana aesorlatent of HaaaUaiaa euasSaallr hand, and sole usent tor ilia Celebrated Diamond BpeotaoUs. »aril mar A GO WATCHK 8 Aft» JKWKLKY. C. I. RUSH, *1.9.1» M AIK KBT KTli tC.KPT W 1LMINGTON, PAL.. Is sailing JEWELRY, PLATED WARE CLOCKS HKOAMDLES8 OF COoTct. ta aVusa out tba stook. and Held and SUvar Watohe«, Gold V«et» Leon tine per cent. I cm than in Wilmington. prices. Kepsixmg land Oners Chat any other Ji AVPleas« «all aad romptiy attended to. awalar . aealtha PRESTON AYAR8, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER sad dMler la IFIRE AMERICAN AND HWIS8 WATCliaS.1 gm CLOCKS, JE WKLRY.SPRCT ACL ES. Mk GLASSES. SILVER WARE, AO. wJLoAKIn~8t. Wilm.-nn.ton Del. . Partiealar attention »aid lo repairiag in al! its branehes: also, ehanrlng spectacle glasses. Has S toad assortment of glasses constantly oa hand. The public are cordially invited to call end ex amine nt stock, and laara my »rices. Xtaentlj EYE GEORGE JACK. IVo. 805 Market St. WATCHES JEWELRY. AC •» SPECTACLES A EYE GLASSES - GOLD. SILVER AND RUBBER from (xparisaca to snitsvarva^ peculiarity of impaired vision, and in every wk case guarantee aatUfactioB. Oar facilities jk-J A arc such that we can extmasga glasses inUutW »uv shape, frame tesnit these Homer iu a few hou N. B.-l 'ret store above Thfed street. Repairing in all ita bremstet tei>2*-lv FIBK NiTCUHf, r i LO( RS and JEWEU1Y, At Mo. IS East Fourth Stroot _ JYILMINGTON. DEL., Tha undervirnsd would respect fully salt the attention of ladies ■■Mbssod -enllemea lo kia fine auort alches. Clocks, Jewelry, Stiver and Plat ill of whioh it entirely new and embrace, the latest aud most approved styles. He asks spe cial attention to hit American Lever Watch, which ta superior article, both in finish and for eerreot noss ol time. A good assortment of slocks, jewelry and silver and plated ware always oa hand, at low figures. Everything guaranteed as rep Repairing^! all Binds promptly anil public patronage reimctfally solicited. J. CLAYTON MAShEY, Ne. 15 ]£. Fourth street. FRAMES. We claim ed resented, neatly done eotMtf Delaware uarpet House, 309 Market Street, above Third Street IWILM1NUT0N. DEL. The cheapest place in the State o buy year OARPETS, OIL 0 L 0 TH 8 , MATTINQS' And WINDOW SHADES,: AT ÜEISTK.'y GREBE'S, 300 Market HI real. N, B.—Ra* Carpet wor wto order otiee, and lowest marke« »tos the »horte VVl5-ly JliWLEÏ, TA VI,OK & UO (Bwrcessor to Thoms» B. Beeson,) Orange Street, below Sixth, (Bright'a Alley, WILMINGTON DEL. WOOD TURNING, CirouUr aad Ornamental Scroll Sawing HOUGH BRACKHT8, CABINET AND CARPEN ers' turniNgb, nkwelh, BAL USTHU. BALUSTRADES, Worked, as desired. Also, CarriMeWheal Huh rurni/ihad at »hört notiee. WANTED.—Gam Timberenitahla for Cat Wheel Unit iell-lv TE (■> »* a SPRING AND SUMMER 0 - 003 DS y 1IA piece» ♦2.50 a yet of New Drew Goods, frusa U!i neats ** Lad is»' and M isms' Baits, from IQ to $25. 16 du sou Ladies' Kid Gloves, at 75 etuis, have been aeid ut (l.6u. 36 do»eu Ladies' 2 button Kid Gloves, fu oasts. 78 Shawls, from $2.25 to $50. FRINGES, Smm ' BUTtON^ e latest novelties, M. L. LICHTENSTEIN aaa Market Straat. r pUK nOLIBAV REASON. B. BRINUHURRT * 004 BIKÄiBSniäRÄSS? Fierant OeforaalSata. Pansy Thsrmom stars. Toilet Bela. Fias Mala Brnahaa, article« i Bmelliww Boiücfi, PuKtRaxm a»d Pufh. Toilet Mfrrors. (fetal 1 «otoh Plaid Fi« S3S uuiniui« ouvMiiM it moaerate ona popu 1 . H. B R 1 MG BuRBTA ÖOq oorner Oth aad Market BU-. Dal ExtntVewBadnrhMtMMl CHOICE SOUTHERN 00RN GRISTS. FRESH 0AHADA OAT MEAL, ITRA FAMILY FLOUR. JfatM-Al *• mm , I eomBnit^i_ DELAWARE FIRE ■ N«i|IRAN«W (OMPANV Jto. 608 Markst Street, W] I.M INHTON, DEL. ! I r* Incorporated IFM. Use ir.rea for »terato« *c.xi,\or Perpetual Insurances at Greatly Reduced Bates. I Chat >r Pert elual. Doses promptly adjusted and paid, lasers against loss or damaae by Arale« low as any other company. DIRECTORS: Gao. W. Srsais, Wa. Canut, Fssncib Basst, loan P. Mel, « as, W», H. Swift, Wm.G.( liaanas, John K. Tatum, (Jto. W. Bilan, (Iso. W. Stonb. . . „ WiLLlAM CAfJBYT Présidant F. L. Qilpiv. fw*rctarv. Mrr2»-*70 TilII NEW I'AHI'LE till NTW MtTIllL INSIIUMK tOMP'V Offtoe:- INSTITUTE BUILDING, 1N8URË8 AGAINST FIRE Houiu and all other kinds of Bnlldinge, with their contants, Fat periods of tin» varying from three months to a term of years. _ Msbsobbb. WILLIAM TATNALL, WILLIAM CANBY. JAMKti BRAD FORD. UEO. RICH ARDHoV. JOHN GUYKR, . SAM-L CANBY'. CHAH. W. HOWLAND* CLEMENT B. SMYTU. 4DW-DBRINGHHRH+. JAMES RIDDLE, EDWARD T.BKLLAII. A. P. KHANNON, ASHTON RICH A KDbON.G KO. H. BATES, MM. CLEAVER. WILLIAM TATNALL. Preo't fabln D. &SM'L Bm 1TH Sec'rv Æurnttwrf, «f. QRI.E * MlI.l.KK. (Successors to 8. A T. Mct'isry.) lto. 606 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON. DEL.. FURNITURE WARt ROOMS. A full assortment of tha latest styles of Cabinet Wara lor sala at tbe lowest prices. Call before purchasing elscwbera. _ jaayJÖt! OOi.K A MILLKR. COTTAGE F URN ITU RE AT L. F. HIGGINS', No. 221 West Second Street .WII.MlNUTON, DEI# ' B0Vl7tf REMOVAL. ! THOMAS MITCHELL. FURNISHING UNDER! AKER Respectfully informs hie frieDds and the public ecner lly that he has i moved from the N. W. oorner ef Fifth an I Fren streets to NO, 41» KINO- HT11KKT Whsre he la prepared to tire his personal • ttsntlon to the business of Undertaking In all its nranche Also, went (or K. 8. Early's Patont Rose woo Bnrial Casket. IU tee also parohaaed the rieht to use Moektoa A Fkapler's Wiiivorssl ''orpse Preserver. Residence. No. WtWesI Sevenlh Mt. g» TBK SECOND STREET ^FURNITURE STORE, *3» • N. BF.OOND BT„ PHILADELPHIA. The Old Stand established atiycars, Iriainphsnt in I IIRKH t'BK. Daring the recent depression in busineswe laid in fercash choaposl and best assorted stock in tba city, which we are sellin* at reesonahlo priem. New Patent Bote Bedsteads which maka a rswl bod a uifbt, suitable for sh k room or ufbees. COTTAGE aud W/LNIIT till AMRF.H BUITS Shrew, Husk Rxnslaiur sud Si ring Mattresses. M.Parlor uits tl. (...'sicred in any style to sait 1Y1N8 DROB.. re ch 371» gurrhafeis. :«7 N. 8ucond Bt.. above Vmr, east aide# fab« -iv Philadelphia. Furniture and v emlikn Banda. J. & J. N HARMAN, Nil.410 KINO ÖTKEKT. WILMINGTON, DEL. respectfully inferin the eitivens oi Wilmington a id tbesnrronndiu» country Ihn« wa ooutinua to manufacture aad hasp on baud at our large end long *■ tahiialivd warerosms. Furniture of every variety and style, opasistinr of Mahogany. Rosewood and Walnut Furniture, suitable for parlor, dininr ahamber uses. We £ 100m an asaortmeut of Furnitnraisas large aud varied •s eaub* found in Delawara.aiidaH artiolaeaoldat ouraatabltahuisnt are warranted as represented, vseitlan Blinds of the most fashionable deoians baud. We Our muds to order und kept const» itly on also menufaeture and constantly keep a lar«aaa •nrunent of «pria». Hairless and Huvk^Uattresa «10 Kina »tree ■ Û) NEW BOOKS AX E. S. R. BUTLER'S Book, Newspaper k Stationary Store, 420 MARKET STREET. An Open Qnattioa. " $1.75 1 25 .28 1 «> 1.56 Weadsr* ofSealnture, " Mary «JUMO ofhoota. " - Hyp« vor Terrae«.. . . New Book« receirad •« Boon m 1.75 1.75 -.7. 56 .75 W. A. RBYNOLDK Olaatleal k WathtnAtloal lastliat# A Day ui Boardlag School, WILMINGTON. DEL.. Opens Fell Term, 8eptomber 2d, 1872 . w ** kl '"suSrtliduh a nobeis