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» OFFtProrTB» D>jlt Ga»rttb-\ \ni«lBCtOB.D«l. Jan« 11 MJ3-J at 2 o'clock, a. m« uhUi of to a to üm .fiston A ™ifc« 1M» a old. I'enni) Ivan in K- K-. —- Philadelphia A Head id*-.. 5-20 Coupon lütiä^ J anuary A J uly " * ifkït filji, if l-s 10 40 flmtl>on.— North Pacifie 7 3-10.... Now Fives. Delaware State Bonds. New York Central. New York A Erie. Vnion Pacifies . 100 101 s '. irr« Wil.sivoros. D«!.., June 11.1873. Quotation* st the Brsnilj-wine Mills for Flour snd I train—Corrected Daily. u $io.7sen.75 ... 8.7&W 9. .... T.tswt !> 00 .... 1.9M» 2.0 Family Flour Extra Flour.. Superfine Flour Wheat. Coru CITY ITEMS, Manufacturer's Agents for Fire Works. ADAMS A BRO . Market Street, A iluiinxion, Del ielO-dtjy4 Fire Work*! Fire Works! M hnlesale and Retail. Largest Stock in the State. ADAMs A BRO.. jelo dtiyl 505 Market Street. Wilmington. Pel Store Keener* we can furnish you with Fire Work*. Firecrackers, Flag*. lanterns Ac., at New York ADAMS A llltO . 505Market Street. Wilmington, Del. price*. jelo-dtjyl CITY NOTICES. ALFRED IVALTON. DrunfUt, No. Z& Marke street, respectfully informs his friend end the public ia general, that he keeps on hand all descriptions ot ueJlcines. and that i competent person is at all limas ready to prescribe for such sick as call at the store, and that no ebargo is made except the regular price of the medicines, the same ice as they would PU anywhere else: but that ne one Is visited at Heir residencos Steam Atomizers, F®r th* Inhibition of atomisai fluid* in the treat ment ot chronic diseases of the throat, air passage* and lungs. Bein* self-aetio* they produced an and continuous flow ofsr-ay without ineonveni or labor. Durin* the i m two or three vear« we have supplied seieisl doien of these «tourner* and in most cases with very satisfactory result*. K. BRINGHUKST A Co., Apothecaries, Corner Sixth snd Market street* ever. Tape Worm Removed with Read Complete, and No Pay till Cured. MEDICINES purely vegetable, and can he taken without injury by the uio*t delicete lady or child Can refer to patients treated. Physicians invited to call and ia vest If at*. DR HENRY WILSON, Î51 North 9th ftreet, Philadelphia, tt*.Also, treat* all CHRONIC DISEASES by purely vegetable medicines. Consultation at office or by mail free and confidential. Describe symp; toms and address a* above. ap4-w3m Bttanic Physician. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. Happy Relief far Yeeec Nee from the effect* of Error* end Abu««? in early life Man hood restored Impediment* to Marriace removed. New method of treatment New and remarkable remedies Book! and Cireelar« tent free, in sealed envelope? Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2 South Ninth St.. Philadelphia, Pa*, an Initiation having ahigb reputation for honorable conduct and pro •aeional skill- m*rJ)-dlaw*wü« Coal and Wood. O, H. APPLEBY, W HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN COAL, WOOD, SAID and LIKE. YARDS, SOUTH WILMINGTON. A full «toek of I acre sad small GOAL kept on Lsnd and «old st reasonable« price*. Delivered lo all paru of tbe city free of charge. apr2-dtf Look ! Leak ! Look I UBEAT INDUCEMENTS IN .COAL. Stove. $6/» per Ton. Kc*. tC ») Not, 4*6.75 Ouaroatoed pare: 2240 1U«. to the lorn: well roeaeä «cd delivered pro» «tir by A. N. KKfTllLFR, Suecetikor to Joseph Pout, Gffie« and Vtrd: corner Water and We*t*trceU. »al.Vdly*ai>2I_ ^HEAP COAL, For sale, a large $tock of Lehigh Coal. Persons wiehinf to buy the genuine llarteich Leb ith and ExceLior Shaaiokin roaL will pleare Fend in their o.-derf early a# we confidently expect to be more pre«se*l with order? thu* season than ever. Coal will he no lower and may he hiffbera* the vea ►on »dvapri-p. 1 SHamokin JOSEPH PHUT. Oi» use and li ster Streets, and st tiie Wharf of J Morton Poole A Co. »t'2 ly KO RGB Vf. BUSU A SON * ▼ Now offer the Beat qsslii.it* of LKillOH and SCBYLhlLL COAL at a Reduction of One Dollar per Ton. J. H. FRAZER. HEAL ESTATE AGENT AMD Collector of Bents uni Bills. m. W. 1er. THIRD lYB UHIPUY MTM., tuiil 3-d A wir (NiLl; Sc 1ILLGK, REAL ESTATE ACJENTS AND AUCTIONKERS, N. W. Cor. 4th and King Streets. tla tha McCLARY BUILDING.) opposite.th Bank of Delaware. PERSONAL SALKS ATTENDED To. UeviBE removed from the comer of 4th and King .treats to tha large «tore fio, tiufi Market street, w« solicit erden from oar friends whieh will fce aril lad with ear» and nremntnaas. JANIK4 M.HITH, No. 400 hbiptey Street, Wilmiugtcn Wholesale sait Kit.il Dsalss ie TEAS. COFFEES« SPICES- AC. Q Yonag Hysoa, Black. Geeen aad «vary dascrintioa of Teas. Colnae. Spire«. Ac.*ol enpnnor quality on hand aad lor sale at low flgnrss. All artiefaa bought at » afore are warranted. Retailers «applied at Horn York and PbUadai 11 Th» P pablie are rmvcetfally Invited to give ma nartt-t »II COslirCLLIl WOODALL, Olfil KagtmMrf tU 8«nr#j#rs, R oe«». No. 9, Kxohaace Baildiag, 7th and Market Btroetg, Wtlmisgtoo, Del. OAV. WOOOS LL ». c. coawMJ.. ■aÄ-6ndJtw wiLMiitim nurantBT, Opeq daBrt toll to 'p. m. my 9-3m Mi iàiïttiatiict; Our postal carda ha va arrived. Diamond State Loan Association meet» tli's even lag. Nearly everybody U aalouielied Utile verdict of tho Jury in the \Veel (rial. Asbury Sunday School wilt make an excursion to Collins' Beach, ou the 19tli last. The alarm of lire, yoatehlay, was caused It) the bnrnina; of some rubbish at 8lu(seiiburg's foun dry. No damage. Mechanic»' Loan Association, last rvcuiug sold fJOOat ; $S00 al «Si^aud *,1,001) at 87^. $075 were paid to witbdran lug »bsiwbolder». Deobkk of Hedxeail—L ast evening Um «ni cer« of the Uraud Lodge of Delsware. 1 O. O. P went to Rokebv, Brandywine fid., r.nd there in stituted a Degree of ltebekah Lodge— tho tiret in stituted lu Oris State. The Degree of Ketieksh will be conferred tipou a number of ladles, at the meeting of Hope Lodge, in tbia city, this evening. of Ovrii-Exkrtion, either of bodv or mind, pro duces debility and disease. The usual remodv is to take some stimulent, the effect of which is (lie same as giviug a tired horse the whip instead of oats. The Irttc way is to fortify the system with a permanent tonic like the ' 'enivian Syrup, (u protoxide of Iron.) which gives strength aud vigor to Hie whole system t&f&w. fur First Services —The tirai services cn the grounds of the Rvhobotli Camp Meeting As sociation were held, in the grove, ou Sunday al ternoon. They were conducted 1 v Rev. Roheit W. T odd. More hoarding house., an needed on the grounds, as those now open are Already tilled up. The prospect, are that tin» number of visitors, this season, will be very large Born Robbery.—L ast evening an unknown man ran into the residence of Mr. Charles Haus bury, over M. Ball's clothiug store, No. 123 Mar ket street, and knocked down Mre. Ilaasburv.wbo was in the room uloue, rendering her almost in sensible for a few minutes, lie ilicu took iront her pocket a pocket-book eoutnining about 650, and withdrew so qu'etly, that no oue about the premises had any chance to recoguiza lmn, aud succeed iu making good hie escape. » Two IIORfts Stolen —On Monday night, two fins horses, worth about $<*At wore stolen Iront the Stable of John Logue, a carter, who resides iu the Tenth Ward. The tlnel took the animals as far as Faimlle, Chester county, IV, where he stole s wagon and horses from a farmer. He then turn ed back towards Wilmington, but, evidently be* coming frightened, abandoned the team a few miles from the city. It was discovered by a col led mao, who recognized the horses,and brought the team to Mr. Logue. The owner of the wagon came here and recovered it. Tut Marke rs. — But ter I »30 per pound ; eggs 2So30c. per dozen; Irish potatoes 13a2P,\ per half peck; sweet do. 10c. do.; apples, 15« 30c do.; liina beans, 12» 16c per quart; cabbage, Galle, per head; salad, 5c. do.; horseradish, 5iSc. per root; radisbee, 2a5c par bunch; rhubarb, 16a20c. do ; spinach, 20c. pet half peck; green peas, 25a30 do ; atraaberrn a. 8al5 per quart; chickens, 1 1,26a$2 per pair; beef, 16a2 ic. veal cutlet, 25c. do ; slice ! bam, 22c. do.; pork steak, 15c. do.; sausage, 15c. do.; lard, 10c. do.; wkitc perch, 20c. per bunch; yellow perch, 15c. do. eat hah, 10c. per lb.; haddock, Sc. do.; halibut, 25c. do. rock, 13c. 20a25c. ; up w do. 25a35 do. ; beets. State Medical Society.—T he annual meet ing ot the Delaware Stale Medical Society, was held at Middletown, yesterday. The attendance waa very good. Tlte following are the officers elected, as far as we could obtain them : President—Dr. Switheru Chandler. Secretary—Dr. David Hall. Treasurer—Dr. H. F. Askew. Delegate* to tlte National Medical Association. New Castle County— Dr. H. F. Askew, Dr. R. R. Porter, Dr. L. Bush, Dr. 4». Troupe Maxwell. Keat County—Dr. 1. J. Jump. Sussex County—Dr. Wolfe. OxrcEES Elected —The various Lodges ol Knighla of Pythia« of tin« city, have organized a Company to be uniformed, aud appear tn all their public parade«. This Companv will make its first appearance oa the lGtb of July, whea they w ill escort the officers of the Grand Lodge to Smyrna, where the semi-iunual sesaUn will be held. They will turn out about forty members, fully equipped and uniformed. A meeting was held, last evening, in Bradford'« building, and th« following officers elected : Chief Commander—Joseph C. Jone«, First As sistant—Samuel Loger*; Second— Wm. J. Jtfferis; Third—A. H. Hollingsworth. First Sergeant — Wm. F. Thompson; Second_ D. S. Truitt; Third— S. S. Suayth; Fourth— Ja«. Mein tire. First Corporal—}'. B. Hasted; SacouJ—J. Sut ton; Third—Morrison D. Whyte; Fourth—J. W. Canary. Seiuols Agstnt.—About 10:30 o'clock, last evening, Wm. Willis, a painter, in the employ el Ibe Jackson A Sharpe Company, residing over Eleventh Street Bridge, left his borne in au intox icated condition, aud slatted up town, in about an hour he was discovered, lyingou the pavement, at Sixth and Church streets, in an insensible eon dilion, with an ugly looki tu.' cut iu his head, evi dently made with a paving stone, promptly removed lo the City Hall cells, aud a physician summoned, who gave him proper at tention, but pronounced bis iujuriea of n serious nature, lu bis pocket was found an empty veolopc, marked $23, in '»hielt he bad received hit wages; hut it is not known, w hether or not he had this money with kiln, wfacu he lelt home.— Suspicious have already been entertained as to who was the assaulting party, und if they verified, be will l>e promptly arrested. W was removed to bis home this morning. Police Affairs. BEFOBE MAYOB SIKHS. Daniel Mauluff, col., for disorderly conduct, was required to pay costs. ituben Henderson, for disorderly conduct el a more serious nature, was fined *5 and cost, and held to bail, in the turn ot <200 to keep the peace. Michael Kohoe, for assault and battery on Annie Ward, was fined (2 and costa, and held to bail, in tbe sum of $200 to keep the pence. James Jones, for throwing «ton«, was held for senunce. John Allen, Wm. Smith, Samuel Morrison and Edward Muivy, were each liuod fifty cents and cut*, for drnnEenneia. He wn* dli* Suicide. JOHN O. SCOTTES, Or I.BIFSIC, COMMITS SUICIDE. On Sunday evening last, a great l icitement was created iu l-eipsie, Kent countv, tbe announcement of tbe suicid _ Scollen, a well known rltlxen ol the town. Dra. Parvis and Hume, who happeued to posa his house, were attracted by some anusoal noise, aud on entering, found Mr. Booties on the floor, lying in a pool of fits own blood. Tbe Coroner was immediately sent for, who held an inquest, tbe jury deciding that deceased had come lo bis death by his own Land. In the course of the examination of the preml «•« a will was found leasing all hU property to his sou, lo the sxeltuiou of bis wife, nod there was also found under the carpet a large yellow envelope containing «1400. Decenaad wm nt Ihn drag store in Leipsk an Baturday night until eight o'clock, apparently aa well as usual, seems no doubt that he had committed suicide. Deceased w as quite well kuowu in that vicinity, wm n man of some mows at oue lime, has been Collector of the hundred several times. lie at tended Delaware College fur a time hut did not remnin loog enough to graduate. He leaves a wife and child, the latter »baut 5 years old. He has not been quite steady in his habits of late, and his estate is reduced to about oue third Delaware, b e of John <?: Then have beta unhappy, the un happiness arising from toe cause already hinted st. "cih^yj£5cnita3R<3ara AND MECHANICS IN TOWN MEETING— BUM - NESS MDt AND I—MEN rOlOTBMWd AGAINST THE ENORMOUS PRICE OP THE Park. The seal op condemnation set UPON THE RECENT ACTION OP COUNCIL. la response to a call published in the city papers, tliecitlr.ensof Wilmington,irrespective of psrty or position, assembled In public moot ing, st the City Hall, last erei purpose of obtaiuing Ute senlitient of the peo ple, iu regard to the recent action of the City Council, in deciding to purchase, at an enor mous pries,. a quantity et land Along the Brandywine, for psrk pnrudscs. ,In s few minutes After the opening of Uio meeting, t he Hall was crowded with a thoughtful and in telligent audience, composed of men of all positions in life, from high to low- The mer chant was there, the mSshtpictiilhr was filers, the mechhnle and labdriHg mad Were there,ill fully alive to the importance of the occasion and firmly resolved to prevent. If possible, the enormous outlay, which the City Council pro posed to make. " Mothers with babies " not only allowed their husbands to go to the anti park meeting, for the *' purpose of preventing tlte city from buying a shady place," doubtless urged them to go, and thus endeavor to prevent a heavy increase of their takes, to be paid out of their hard-earned wages,— wages which are barely suBoient, in many oasi s, to afford ttiem-s komfortable living. The meeting was uUfkfito order bf John W, Hawkins, and on his motion, Evan C. Stotsenburg, Esq., took the chair, .Solomon Hersey was appointed Secretary. Mr. Stotsenburg, is announcing the object of tho meeting, said lie consented to preside, because he thought Council had made a mis take iu lliis matter, in not submitting the question to the taxpayers of the aUy, who, M they have U to pay, should have an opportun ity to express their opiniou in regard to such an immense outlay of money. He said he was not really opposed to a park, at a reasonable price, but tho sum asked this land was four times its value. And, fur ther, the financial condition of the city not warrant the Council in making this pur chase. The city now has » floating debt of föü#u», the payment of which will ; considerable quanity of the July taxes. With out great economy, our city debt will be added to vear after year, and thus cripple our ener gies, and frustrate improvement. The true policy of our city government should be, low taxes, and tho making of all necessary improvements. The water works should be improved and perfected, so as to en courage manufactures to settle among us, and help build up our city. But this park question is a question for tho people. Even if the majority of our people desire a park, at this price, their opfuion in regard to Ute purchase, should be asked and obtained. The consent ot the Legislature had to be obtained to Improve the water works, and yet this purchase, an equally important matter, is About to be cousumated, without even consulting the people. Besides, the park ia intended for rich men and not poor men. lie the different i*»ika ol the country, and you Will find that the great majority of the visitors couaist of rich men nud ladies, e'aboralcly apparelled, riding ia their fine convey auocs and accompanied by poodle dogs, (ap plause.) When tha poor man returns from hla labor, at utgbl, he is generally tired enough to rest at home, and does not desire to tramp a mile or two, to rest in our city park. Ua baa no con veyance to take him there, and he cannot afford to hire one. On Sunday* if be wants recreation, let him take his liunily and go to church. It thin park ia intended fur a Sunday rssort, which will greatly decrease ths attendance at our diuretic» and Sunday Schools, then it ia a bad thing, aud should uot be supported by the reli gious and respectabl e portion of our Mr. btotoenborg then invited those p give expression to their opinions, aud sat down amid mach a Mr. John V Elio bill for does absorb a ity to pplauae. Y. Hawkins, tee of five be appointed lo draw up resolutions expressive ot tbe acutimeat of the meeting.— Adopted. Tue chair appointed ths following committee : ihn W. Hawkini. Thus. Mahaffy, Thoa. McCor e, Thoa. Darlington, John Peoples. The committee immediately retired. Loud calls were then coiled tor Pref. J. L. Boggs, to address tbe in re ing. lie responded by sayiug : "Tbia is a subject gentlemen, about wbicb 1 know very little, aud 1 came here lo find ont more about it. Eut as far as I do know, 1 am heartily opposed to it." Wm. U. Reynolds denounced Ibe action of Coun cil in conseaung to pay euch an enormous price, as outragous in the eatreme. It would be felt by tbe poor people in on met case of taie», and an in crease of rents. Tbs idea of tbe park laud increas ing so rapidly iu value, lie scouted as preposter ous. moved that a commit k) Geo. \Y. l>ay «vus «ponded by Myiwg loudly csUrd that, os thé I, upon, and rtv inmtiou had sud denly spruug up, be waa uot yet tally posted. Bat the price of tlio j.u J »>'«•» r xceedmgiy high, and L a pnqier salijmd.lor invoiif igution. fie bad been fold that tbe pnee waa for beyond the legitimate value of the land, and if this sat m should, aa citizens, consider the matter, and see that we do uot bave forced upou ua a debt that will burden us for years. 'J he Committee on Resolution« returned and re ported the following: Krtolved, As the senre of this meeting, that tba City Council have overstepped their powers, and we do not believe they have any right, by law, to tucreata the city debt. Under any circumstance*, much less to buy a park. Therefore, your commit tee „recommend that a committee be appointed to taka legal advice, aud proceed to pqt au injonction on the proueeding« of Council and taka any other action that may stop the proceedings ol that body, in regard to the purchase of the peril, and prévaut «any otber,Councils from making tbe aam« Man der. The resolution wm imoualy adopted, and ffiat Oûmmitteu wm KUDoialAd bv the ohair, and subsequently confirmed by tha mooting —John W. Hawkins, H. F. Dare, Jesse Sharp, if 8. MeCouib, Geo. W. Sparks. The President t added to thfCM On motion, tb evening next, at tLe folio WM d joumti unUI Ifoaifty ime and place. Postal Caess.— 1W 841,000 posta! cards or dered tor tbe Wilmington Poetomce arrived yes terday, and with the exception of about 2000 ore already disposed of. Thirty thousand more have bean ordered, end will arrive soon. Camheic Dbbsexs. -a woman si way! ieuka younger inn light cambric of «impie pattern. Something of girlhood and itiring are suggested by them, and y at they are aa a rail able by the matron as by sweet sixteen. A charming young wife once contmand her penchant tor these inex pensive toilet«, "1er" she Mid. ia closing, "gen Uka them ao wall" They show very good likftig ihMOp y Um but of Um (eauUi b$f$ found out already. English and Franck w knew how to maka, wtth hoc marvaUonsly fresh «ambrie, ruffled Uko a «pring flower, little chip bat •id brood mmoooI. vMÉ MrUmt aad «dfllnAal —-ta, and perfect glavaa. Hit. girlish brauty -womanly g rare eambh ud that makes the charm of sneh a dra»«. Thom ara «tripes many _a , WtoVqbut Ifappimtage alwajg «h. Tn rather paarte from ocean's van DfeSra go down In direr« piaeea ; But at our months of streams and kiys. No pearls f" --- * Lllui those I e I» twenty'» mouth that shine Uw 80ZÖDONT divine. Tha Empress of n —rr-rSvnfnrul two pria«. Off tho vsbto off iljSSZ*: foTt£TmitoJ!rara milKasy ansgary, and toi h sal uwrh on Gw Genera Opava nHc a, which orgnuard too "Hod C'roseC iiodn Loutre. No 31, 1 O O T, nt Odd F*l town'Halt; M and King Sta. Morning SUr Division; No 3. 8 « T, at 6th and Market SU. Delaware Council, No 2, O 0 A M, at Me lee' Hall, 219 Market St Council, No 13, O U A M, at *02 fl rt ehaaia îS: y st Diamond State Lodge, No. 5, U F, at Good Fallow»' Hall, 3d and Mnrket SU. Champion Lodge, Na ti, K of 1', at KnighUof I'ythins Hall, 211 Market St. O l tentai Lodge, No 13, K of 1\ at Ferria A Uarrett'a Building, 604 Murkst St, Kis.i.ed by a Fall from a Briihje —Three painters fell from the I'ennsylvnuia Railroad bridge at Coatesville, l'a., Monday, through the breaking of a scaffold, and two were killed, and the third had his thigh broken. '1'hc killed wer» Henry Urich, of Springyilie, comity, and Juaetoh Lewis, of Coatesville ; the injured is Isaac Jury, of Morestown, Cheater county. A fourth r~an narrowly escaped »like fide, by clinging lo a rope which had been used to support lbs scaffold, aud thereby drew bimsell beyond danger. The bridge is over 70 feel high. .»ucnsler The Rugby Entertainment.— Th« enter tainment of the Rugby Literary Society, a DooUity composed of members of Rugby Acad emy, came off, last evening, at tho Institute Hail, in the presence of • large audience. The programme, which we published n few days ago, was carefully presented in a manner which reflected great credit on the scholars, most of whom are very young, and the school. The recitations, declamations, dia logues and essays, were all well delivered, with appropriate force and effect, and evi ddfcced the posession by those concerned. of much nativ« talent Fire on the Cars.—As the 3 30 train from Philadelphia to Wilmington was on its way, yesterday, a fire was found to have broken out in the baggage van, wbicb happened to be situated next to the locomotive. The greatest excitement prevailed amongst the passengers, and the carriages were entirely filled with smoke from the burning matter. The lady portion of those on the cars screamed with terror. The engine was brought to a stop, and the fire was foundto have originated from some sparks from the locomotive having ignit ed some bedding and mattresses that were on the baggage van. The whole transaction took place between Philadelphia and Chester, and only that the flaming matter was taken off the train and thrown on the ditchside, greater damages must have resulted. The only injury done was to the beds and mattreBses. The conductors deserve credit for cooluess and courage. The train started after a stoppage of five or ten minutes. Shooting Affray.—O a Sunday last the steamer Kent brought from Baltimore a large number ot negroes to hold a meeting at the Bethel Church. For the most part they were sober and well-behaved. One of the party, however, became drank, and being provided with a pistol, he got himself into Rouble. His William Kell, aud as he was pass ing down Water street he met a negro man named Wm. Rom, who having a carbuncle on his person, was walking slowly and by aid of a cane. Kell appracbed Ross in a rough manmr and asked where he was go ing, to whieh It ass replied that it was none •t bis business. Kell tuen struck Ross with his fist. Roes raised his cane to defend hitn w|tb, when Kelt backed off a lew paces, and drawing a Sharp's pistol fired at Ross two shots, both ot which took effect, one lost above the groin and the other in the thigh. Kell ran, but was soon overtaken and lodged in jail to await tho action of the Grand Jury. Drs. Katie Mad Ilolton probed Ross' wounds but failed to extract tho balls. Ross is suppos ed to be dangerously wounded.— VentrtcilU Ubterver. name was self I .Bomktuikg About Wate».— U na of the must intmstiiif discussions of what should be tba character of water used for dot-iaatic p is that contained in a paper read by Dr. Woods bifore tbe London Chemical Socie y, in which, he insists that organic mailer ia injurious to health; and that attention to this point is every physician's duly. Tbe author staled that his mind waa pointedly directed lo this subject by ibe case of two French abipe that bad been dis patched simultaneously with men from Algiers to France, and under aimiiiar circumstances ex cepting as to tbe water with which they bad been famished. The water of one wm obtained from a marshy place, where the ago# wm prev alent; that of the other from an el «rated position where the ague did not prevail. Boon after sailing, tbe men on board the vessnl supplied with water from the mgrsh spring with remittent (aver, while not a on board tbe other vessel. Aa a rule, all animal excreta in water sin nil be (OMtdered as lumin ous to animals of the same class, sud all organic matter of a decomposable character ia water is highly prejudicial lo health. r rred The people of Poughkeepsie art indignant because a party of resarractionisU have been *1 »aling some of thetr lieceased relatives. ORQANlXKIJ 1*4 Aft. JOHN M<,LEAR It SON: Exchanged Deposit Bank No. MS Market Street, WILMINGTON. DEL. Deposit Accounts, sahisrt to check at «i(hL laut« SS at a National Bank.) solicited from firm«, corpo ration* and individual«. FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST Par annum allowed on deposits, payable on de mand. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS For interest mad# on deposit* of «pacific •sad periods. COLLECTIONS .urns, for Of Dividends. Notas. Interest. Drafts, Ac.. nd< despatch, ana accounted for tbg day payment »with isrs CHECKS On Bank« ia Philadelphia. New Terk, Boston. Bal timore. Delaware. Peanstylvsnia and Washington will ha credited on receipt from ex—-* — BONDS. STOCKS. GOLD, Ac. , meat Goveihn road Begid Gold, State Bends. KaII la ali th» I t siou. Hie« to to «SW > buy or^l Si^iHESSE lathi« • 'Vt ta to are ve toMMBtoiSMnMeiSBiflfl^n-q JAMES A. ANDERSON, n.xirscToa«« an» psalcb ip . m V MIO H. SIXTH BTRKKT, IflUUHaiöH. DBK •toreY^aU ktaS». 1 ' 0 * Ml CfflMER, 416 MARKET STREET, Inga WAREROOM. STtlNWAY PIANOS AND ESTEY COTTAGE ORGANS. SEND FOR liliiMtrAteil Price 1*1»« Liberal Discount to CHURCHES. SUNDAY 8CH0JL3 AND TR0* F ESSORS OF MUSIC. MS, N. CLEMMER. 416 Mark«! Ilrffft, WILMINGTON. DEL mayJi dim PIANOS For 9*90.00 and upwards. ORGANS For $45.00 and upwards. is For cash or on iastolwanlst at BOBBLXJT A BBO'S Warerooros, (UP STAIRS.) YIO Mnrket Street. maylT-tf J. H. BLETER, 410 Orange at.. Wilmington« Del. PRACTICAL PIANO and ORGAN TUNER, Pianos. Cabinet and Chareh Or« »W carefally tuned sad repaired. Over twenty yearsexpenenee iota« bustne*«. jez-sm pî*lr* KOI A. 1-4. WHITE PIQUES AND LINEN LAWNS, Stylen Exclusive ftr 1S7S. NEW SAGE MOHAIRS NOVELTIES IN SILK TIES. GRANVILLE WORRELL, 8*0 aud 8** Maratel 81 reel. mai 21 • t a. j. »r ri* « eit, TIN ROOFER ail SHEET IBM WOMEN, R». I* Butt iieofl» flwnrr* IN0T0N. DfL. av&tiK The of aff« frery dmo rl gdgn. it »re. Ac„ ooastai li * gtMVfb A. MAUUXUTM ATTORN BY AT Xs-A-W AND SOLICITOR IJ JBAMCBRY, jjrOfljylflMX Market être«. Wil ml igtoa. Dol.