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.IsUifi_, , »' llniinitou Quotation*. Iurni»htd by Jobu McLear A Son, Bunkers, No #02 Market street. m a M 7AO • Lihifh Valley.*. ÖI L«hlfh Nayigalio*.... . acin Ph l 11 .1! lsr.s 14 ■**&%£* • r**r r t Delaware State Bonds New York Central. New York A Erie. Union Pacific 1 « .. 1 in VÄ -1 s Wilhihotoi. Dit. , Aug, 4.1878. Quotations at tho Brandy wioe Mills far Fleur and Grain—Corrected Daily. Family Flour Extra Flour. Superfine FI Wheat. Corn. .*0 our 1» CITY NOTICES. L.aaisT Nor Coat in the city at WM. J. BROWM'à. South of Market Street Bridge. Jjrl2-3m Chkap Coal.—S tove at $5.85. Nut, *5.15 per 2310 pounds for Cash only, at tho wharf south of Market street bridge. Wx. J. Blows. July 1st.—3m. —5T NOTICE. SOMETHING NEW. ■Those of onr eitliens Wishing to bar Wane- HN maker A Brown's Clothing, should cs'l at No. Sa log streot. Wilmington. Del, where JE their Agent. FRED. CARSON, ean accommodate you with the latest Btylm of Clothing, from tho 1er gest house of the kind inthc United States;, ho also keeps a full line of SAklPLES<t»auit the seasons, nd makes them up at IM WANAMAKER A BROWN'S PRICES. W îe»*4r^. J -T- T "^ ï * 406 KING STREET. !is3-Sm. piur 1879. SUMMER. 1879. Not with U '.Jin,' our iauoeofo di«|>os*l ol Rummer Roods, we «re aurai a prepared, by « second supply, to furnish our oustomore with SPLENDID SUMNER CLOTHING, E?XH I j '..'tJl!. n great variety of style, shade, oolor and pattern. Linens, duoks, nlnaoas, cheviots, oMsimore«, din* suitable for travelling. In addition to tne ready m&do work, by the nisiwtanca of experienced tailor, nentlenan cau ha^e their clothes cat and made to order at moderate prices, and a perfect AtiaiisBUed. All articles pertaining to Men*« Furnishing Goods in many varieties «ad styles JOSEPH ROW, S1« MARKET street. «U ly Wilmington, Del. ap4 ^hFFICi or TREASURER. V/ WilmIWMO*. Del., April 19. 1873. Thirty Thousand Dollars, (#30,«*Q0) WILMINGTON CITY LOAN, (NEW ISSUE ) IS NO W OFFERED FOB BALE, Mr<fïrp«issÂ In aconrdaneo with 1873. The Banda w taraat. Interest parable February and ^n^urt^oMiach City Treosnrer. qp!9-tf William lally. wholesaI e dealer In ' Brandies, WUislUes, WINES, See.. ail ■. Front 8t., between French and Walnut Streeta, • WILMINGTON. DEL. jal4-ly ■JJOW IS iTHE TIME TO) ORDER Tente For Camp NceliAf. ROBT. IF. Ill It NIE * Hea a large stock of material on hand, inff- /u ableCar.thntpnrfiuee. Alao.tbrawnioxsdfall S3Ê. descriptions, plain or fancy, for the windows of pri vau residences or public buildings, whioh he will make np at short notice, and guarantee entire satis f or tion. ^BAhRY BUILDING, may2B tf_ Watergawet. Wilmington. Del. CON WELL, Ml WOOIULL, , Oivd Engineer! and Surveyor*. Room, Ne. 9, Rxohange Building, 7th end Harket afreets, Wilmington, Del. üSiäSSSä »AN. WPOBAL I» 1, 1 ROBERT MOTTO».: PRACTICAL PLUMBER A (lift GAS FITTER, No. 109 King turret, - . , WILMINGTON. DEL. ROBERT HUTTON. tin« in tha reoFonable term«. je!6-d3m NEW BOOKS E. S. R. &TI.EB'S Book, Newspaper & Stationary Store, 420 MARKET STREET» Clifford Troup, cloth Net Easily Jealous; - UtUM, * or •• An Open Question, ** Doctor Vandyke, Mre Kagg'a Husband. Siam, ' Woudcwof Soulpture A&äSSLS [Ä - ;,vjr vw —Tnrx Livingston« ami hi, African ïiïploraüôfiV Dynevor Terrace......_.j.. Naif BwkaraortVad aaaoaq m ptahifahiä T rr •f ........ ..... AO 1.75 J. H FHaZEE, OONV lÄi-ir'jjk NOK». REAL ESTAI E AGENT CoUffctor of Renti and Bilis. il ..! ». w. c«r. TURD AWD.IHIWLKOn., InnU-dAvSn V ' ; r, »4 fc jxf ' ^tNVCL 4. NijDAUm'SB - ATTOR^^sy at ^ AND SODITirckil^jtfA^jiw^ 4 • ^»raJkaiMMArttmWtra.kHU-ta,^^. Buy yoiir tiekeU now for llie Saitchback tx cnnlou. wswri^fRpvwr 1 « lies, died New Orleans molasses at Jns. Orippoi/i*, 4th aud ' Fresh T.a^teé cream and L i o^ckefh/ni pen's, 4th and Market streeU. Rev. J, R. Merritt, occupied his pulpit at St. Paul's M. E. Church, yesterday, , ./ > , •John P. Springer, OleVk of the Pence, elsewhere notifies parties to procure liceuse?. The weather has beeu considerably eo der, this billing, and the thermometer hits kept below SO. Mr. John A. Armour of the Commercial is now seriously ill, und his recovery Is acarCsiy hoped for. ) ' Co to Junis» Crippsn's, 4th and Market streit«, to get g ood tea ana cogee. Coffee always friBh A lotof very Une Ssrdines jost rrcnvad-iit Jas. Grippen',, 4th and Market striata, Wilmington, Palawan. 1 • - in Blackbird Uaxp.—T he attendance at Bljck • rd Campmeeting on Tuesday, was very large, and tho meetings were extremely interesting. Ninety tents are already erected and oocupied. Struck bv LionniiNO.—During a aeverc storm on Saturday evening the M. E. Church at Feder, alsbiirg, Md., was struck by lightning. The weather boarding was torn off, nml lb*, church otherwise considerably demolished. \| Oar Shipments.— To-morrow, tse Harten A Hollingsworth Company will ship, by «fay of llie Wilmington and Beading Railroad, six Urst-cl iss passenger cars, tn Buffalo, N. Y. ThcyMMBH the Buffalo, New York and Montreal Umfrond. Ur Flour at Cawp.—Y osterday, at fhiHoifs Woods Carapmeeting. Usroliu« couuty, Md , » m«n from Delaware, eomovrhut hiloxicatml raised a tight The result was thaï ho not thrashed and beaten so badly that he could sc&rcly jlrag himtelf away. Aooidbwt.—A t J. ÂToidhatn ^AH unhitch a pair of horses from a carriage at his residence iu Christiana Village bint <?Friday eve* ning, one of thejn turned round suddenly, kOotkea htm senseless and almost took the cud ofl one of his lingers. ' A N«w Choi.bba Frevkhtivk.-—B orne due hfis •eat os « Journal do Lyon , coqtaitung a letter which asserts that the wull-to*do Chinese protect themselves absolutely from epidemic by wearing eiik abuts. The writer advocates the rnmaffcture Of a eiik fabric for this purpeee cheep chough for all parses. Fell vbok a Swing—A buy named Noil Kn bauks, wee Itrnsrn from a swlug at Syl ran Spriugs -on Sunday afternoon, while swinging, lie was (Krewn eut with considerable forcé, fumed several somersnnlts, and brought up standing against./, fence. Beyond a few bruises, aud a seven, shook, he was unhurt. New Hose Carriage.—T he new hose carriage of the Water Witch S. F. E. Company, has |beeu received from the hands of the builders, Cbas. Fletcher nud John Seelman, and is now housed. It is not yet painted, but will be fini*hed-up £7 a lew day,. It was tested on seme of otkV rrrUgetnl streets, on Saturday evening, end found to cure at «very point. It is capable of hold! feet of leather, or 800 loot of gum hose. . ae a .sw Had vo Waijc and Wait.—O a Saturday v»en ing, a number of yersoue who Wanted to ge ion the Fort Deposit train, which eon»« fror edelphia attached to the Delaware train, goto, latter train and neglected to get off at Ahe J tion, although notified to do ao. Thvy W4rr _ ken on to New Castle, where they got off, walked backed to the Junction, and then waited for the 12:55 A. M. train, on which they went down the Baltimore road. ; / , J Drowned.—A t 12 o'clock to-day, whilst a boy by the name of Uoorge Clayton, about U years old waacarrying tne father's dinner, Uqteil through the railroad bridge, near Jackson Jc Sharp's works, into the Brandywine, an* pas drowned before asnetAnce could be rendered to save him. Hi, body was almost immediately recovered and oonveyed to the home of his parente, M« *2, East Sixth street. The Coroner ia holding un in qneat this afternoon. « Tue ExcuBsroN to Cape"May.—A n impres sion is abroad, that the tickets are all sold for the excursion on the 7th inst., which is not so, there being over 200 yet for sale. Parties Intending to go on this orderly, and dcligfitfiil excurelou, had better secure their tickets Immediately, as they > going off rapidly, and tho naiubcf is limited 800. Pried fl tor adults, ami 60 cents for children under 12 years. They can be hud ol J. L> Oouley, or any of the committee. A Sad Accident.—A t Wards Steam Saw Mill at Ilarringtou on Thursday morning, a colored man who wee employed es a laborer lor the day only, in another mans place, while in the act of leiroring slab*, w*. caagkt by tkpiaw nad both bauds severed front his body. The right bend being severed above the wrist, and the left below, but leaving a wound ol ,ueh a character ting, Dr. C. C. Powell wbn attended the case klspmed it necessary to ampnfott It abOVe the rist, near where the other was sawed off. Tbe^ufortuiiete man's name te John Turner, lie formerly resided near Houston Station. A Stbanue Phenomenon^— ^W hïlt£ passing down the Delaware R. R. below Harrington, about 10 o'clock on Tueaday evening, a rainbow was seen in the East. It was plainly visible, and possessed all the brilliancy us docs those which appear alter a shower on a alimnier> aUeriJDon. It was just afi#r*. iv cloud accoipprtjiit t'yTiain and lightning had passed oWerqUl ttnJiiued about fifteen minutes and then disappeared. Tlie moon woe about six deys old was jost setting. Was this rainbow caused by the reflection of the moon ? Will some of our many readers who tue well versed In Astronomy intWnk*t/t|3 c«M%f Ojis ntrauiro appearance at tiffs hour of the night * —Lexeee l' g At. Deatk on the Water —On Friday nfternoou, a inau named Devis, a sailor on a Norm Carolina schooner, died ou board the boat, whila 4jJi et.hr Brandywina sBools, D4lawAr#My> PiöM£]|tain decided to bring the remains to this city for bur ial, and arrived here Saturday night. The next morning, at nine o'clock, Coroner Winslow held an inquest over the body, and after an examina body was buried at the Almshouse. A report f »revalent, and gained considerable credence, that he man had died with yellow fever, but, in the opimou of the physician, such wob not the ■ ta car UIC to WRfi cane. A Narrow Escape.—Z. McDonAngh Roberts} Eaq., Trustee ol the Poor from Appoquiulmink Hundred, narrowly escaped death lost Monilny — He waa standing at bis corn crib feeding ehlckens when the IlghtniDg struck a cherry tree some twenty yarda from hlpi, atunulng him ao badly that ha did not know for a few minutes whether he waa in flesh or ont of it. When be gained conacionancw he placed hla baud on hie S ulw iif older to ascertain whether bia heart con nued Vo beat. Luckily the aystem continued its proper (tractions and on Wednesday he waa in hla place at the meeting of the Board of Trustées ol the roor, looking as vigorous os could noaalblv be expected of one verging on toward three „core aud teu. . i ' J Me N ; fiSÄTSa œa.rÂÂ,âïs,Â: the prisoner a bench was empty. t ? I 1 M /: Ueo.Tngrnm hn. noialfo, Mr! E R. Coch »»mil., o4 Of* all ■iii- M I MiP MI»'«* TO DESKBT HIM. 1>6 fe* lit Ml Vf tbit i ir*u*tèa:ar''W!,ht'8- Wil miugtati correspondant, oontakis the following, from which it wiii bo seen that tu en made to slaughter Mr. 1*. in the house of iff friends. Ills colored friends, huscma|iU (b desert him, aud, knowing when th*if UCM Writ well tethered, will probably stick to him to tho last. Who Mr. P. is, no auemll have any. difll culty in guessing, while any raus at III acquainted with our city politics can Saaliysaranse Who is the promiuenl politician." The portion of the letter we er attempt has 1, tu W s: I of tko uumaulincss ol ou as nearly as it was e to get it, a conversation overheard, at the office of one of our proinipout politicians evenings ago. The parties present seem t proprietor and two invited reuest], 1 e, , a few to bo the it vo k> political situation, We beTlbvë you colored people our friends, and to be jraolr, and como right to the question—we want your uesiet- \ ance to put down a certain leader in party—ilo j , member* of thereby j couucil and ulso on the City Executive Commit-j tee. Why he is con trotting every thing, and If left alone he will nominate the next Governor, Onnamwm and dictate who ehall be our next : U. 8, Senator—We will not stand it. not to have? fis .Mmue of JtjhS War «era in the par ty, and, Im works 04a net the Dein ocrais, not ugain&t tho Itenubileant*. .We see no good unison why we shotfla 'join you nv put liini down, ft r what will bo gaiued if he in put down*' NVo have but few active innu anyhow amongst us who can be relied ou, aud wc cau not afford to spare such duoc Proprietor—1 thought you people were witlmS, now, Mr. P- — < is not the mm forOhainuan of the s*itate Central Committee— it ought to 1>e a Lawyer tq ocoupy thnf position. j : Uneats—Well when we become convinced that Mr. F—— should he put down, we will let you TT rr& ii M > il * * 'FroWi Dover. A SEVERS STORM—DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING ~ HOW BOMKCmglWg PUT IM THEUt STAHE TIME. 'CotresWÀenhe of the Garette l Dover, August 3, 1873. Du Friday «iaht last, this Section of tho coun try was vierten Sy one of the most severe thunder Sturm within the recollection of the oldest inhab itants, but fortunately, though mysteriously, but little damage was sustained, bo tar as we have learned, the lightning confining its destructive pro pensities (o tm> suburbs of the town. Bat one residence, so far es we have yet Imtrußd, sustain ing any damage, «id that hut slight, Stunning the inmatès torn time, it passed through the house, (the door beiog open) and completely demolished a tree on the bank ol Shakespeur mill pond. To day wo were the recipients ol another severe thun der storm, but not ns violent es the previous one, the only damage sustained, so far as we have yet learned, being the residence of Mr. James Peter son, on New street; the lightning 'psssiog along the eves of the building, tearing away the w spout, and damaging the gable end to a slight tent, end severely shocking Mr. P., who was lying en the lUortildrp at thé time;- and rflsd Killing one of his hogs. In a pen about 50 yards from the house. ., (lutte 4 surprisiug and uncommon sight met our gaze on Saturday afternoon last; happening to be the State House square, o W attention wag at tracted to n number of our prhmident citizens en gaged iu a social gume of euchro on the sidewalk; having some doobt as to the reality of our own observational a distance, we watted around that way to couvlnoa ourselves of the trhth of our sup position, and found it to henorsael; tho pari most completetely blockading the sidewalk,* and nil apparently d&ply interested in the game. - This Is undoubtedly a commendable example from the moral (?) portion of oar town to tho rising generation, and if Dover ihorality continues to increase at this rate, we will soon be able to com pete favorably with the local government of New Orleans, lied some of our citizens tn more bau ble oirvumstasices committed (lie same deed, they would have been infringing on the town ordp nances, and no doubt Beeu compelled to pay pret ty dearly for Ihflr pastime. b. T.X. [Special a ter ex I al tiuen a Festival.—H ere ia the manner in which some Cecil Oountians conduct tliem selve» at Church festivals. Recording to the Bay Blew correspondent of the (Jecri Dmnoerat: Rev. Mr. Yingtlng and his wife made their appearance at the festival. Mr. Y. presented Ins wife with a quart of ice cream ; she eat a to w Bpoonsrnll aud Bet the balance by • along came a jonee.lingered ohap amt seized the ice cream dud carried It off to ftqhwditfnp more. Mr. G. M. Janney Had fils carriage whlpslol-j saaaawt»'.'!»*-«» * 4 Xt™tfauwß.tc'' on Mon __ _ some b®Ma*aES»« •9, »nd the newly-paiuted bench« weresoil S! l ...i 8 r ? '! rcci ,. 1,1,0 y" un E men \ by the dost cellars and thrown elrtirch into tlie yard, John VVedev.a man of great strength, oonuaanded the peace, and all JusUnt ' ,,,h * 8 «wlejl. tlie ftfistT .Hille», , Stag., au eld, awl ibacb respccUd citizen of this city, died this gglA «rtlffsrealdenoe, No. 1002 King rt" «a "ti^^ tsJf r ' HUlei of (he Society of Friends, and iu loug.cpuree of an unsullied life,en ) respect and confidence of hoots bd aasoolates. Por a nbowxljpgscaohi, at. r S re urin Ü Of «■itÄSsäl street«,' i broth«-. con II' This i as one « ier of ,V.bf 'AM* at A Jones, Board of. PobMc Edn clrat and it Of C8 m ac ted *» s nMI is Advanced by those who ht Mfcn, as ncqitalntaiictt Win ma ad honest? u as by those cpjoyed T 4 MchooU In Têxmm. IVhlle the Republican papers are hewlibg nd lying ahoattheajtlonofthDcmoctaUc Legislature of Texas, regarding tluiTaebani systeta.tt KolitM be,a goçffôiipg fr theywXlI n^ P I ! 00, <.V. , ' 0,1 Ä , }, u>l:o "« i d«yie conduct of the ■ BapubUcan «overwor. Durtag the last aeeaton of «ha .legialature a bill was nasseti creating a State University, an Institution^? as cxisûm beady •!( luftüdihÄ most InstAACas pas proven a valuable thing! Republican Governor Davis, however vetoed dUc i ? .i ®*AAtementa they have so generally made that the Democrats bad abolished the common school systeta aio fake. Thet Legls lature simply saw fit to changfetbe series of S text books used in the schools, throwing out hat had been used, WbTch lernicious, Puritan stuff, and introduc erlea that waa In every particular free *rtlzanahip and eacStSSm. Such a would NIÄ * h00t the °° untry Leg blow 4 Apoll eg Veer or :la Philadelphia. ^"« U8t 3—This morning oh* Wm. Dougherty left hone at an earlv MfSteSS c A Limf CftAfcA \&f stole" sôfflMWni Saturday, night, fro» Sipple's store, at Third and Madison *»»•!■• Mr. Sipple gare chase to the voiin« thief,vfaot won'returned, pufling, heated and ueauccesefiil. The boy, being dffoot, ieecapéd wRft hIsH.o ff/. received one fit Ute largest assortment latest Spring Styles of hats and Caps is the ci£y which I am spiling pt the very lowest 1'rlces. Mysllk hats are a specialty. Call an examine my Immense stock and you will b sure to be stilted. LEWIS C. SPRINGER, Hat Store. tf No. 233 Market Street UrOkinj-Oh Satahday edenin^, at the Wat er Works building, Tentk acd Matkel streets, the bad piste on which the engine and pump rest, was broken iff two pieces, causing a stop page of their machinery for several hours. Chief Engineer .Gallagher '%umediately put a large force of men at work, and the accident was repaired by last evening. on very fleet JuSt of Ul« How TO Fix Them.-t-TIid Republican of this mormitg, says It isdtatetHhat a young man recently seduced a girl in Seaford, under tho promise of marriage. Another at Laurel also acted equally dishonorably. If the young men do not behave more manly the girls sh.oud try the charge of rape utkm them. A little lying on the one side, would be no.worse than a little lyiug on the otlier. 1 *'•>• Tsstiaasik sf 1 nsvelvra. All travelers who have tested the valna of Hos tetler's Stomach liittorsas an aeolimntini prepnra tion and as a means of avoiding the painful und dangorous disorders of ,t|ie bowels and .tho liver, whtcu accrue from a change of water or unwhole some venom, refer to It with enthusiasm ns nn un equalled preventive modieine, 'Wherever the at mospheric conditions are unfavorable to haalth and tlie water impure, this powerful tonte is indispensa ble alike to the settler and the transient enfourner, there was a time Whon raw hrhndy or whisky was almost uuivsnudly used to qualify the waters of the western rivers, and Iks wells. Ire., of the low-lying districts of the South. Now. the liquors of com merce have been generally discarded by travelers and residents in these regions, and IloStetter's Bit ters substituted in their stoad. Atthis lesson when tho sun is near the sonitb and the heat oppressive, two or three dosts of the. Rittors dsily will have a salutary offset on the appetite, tire digestion aud the •Pints. . . iySOtosugB FUItNITUJtS. AKSRHAN « BALlftSTäN, * / 0£NKH4£ upholstery:and fine furniture r. WAREROOMS, Jfo. till SUirLEF STREET, (m D. H. XlST'a XiW .»BILDlRG.) Making up and laying of carpets, matting and I doth; apring and hair mattrasoe«; furniture oovered and repaired; lambrequin«, draperies and window decoration«, and «41 belonging to the busi ness attended to. jyz*i<frw-tm2A oi J>ATRICK Carpets arid Furniture HASSANS <>cv ,.,p ww naov And Uli I Id reas'n furring« Panwt. No. 219 WEST SECOND STREET, Wllnslngton, Mel. ConitantlT on hand 4 lane and varied assortment of tdrpeta« Oil Cloths. B nraaai. Tables; Stands. Chairs, Bedateada. Lookinc Glaaaas. Clooka. Mat tresse^ and Ho«m Fa the l&teititwMM*! whioh the attention o_ ia particularly invited. CWWwdnVf Couche & « Specialty Any of tha aboya namad goods, will ba sold low lng alsmrhèra. ' • * "VaTRI^I ÄTSnT.'?, e Ladies and üentlemen. of rn to Ne II« West Ä»el. Motion in Trade! C. A. SCHOENEFELT, Seoond aft'd Grange Street*, MANUFAGUJfi*^ #F - EUÜfi FUMHIUHB, OUARANTKF.S BÄfASFA'üÄÖN', And tells »t Pricei lower tha •Uàer Manufacturer«. ■i Fine WALNÜf ( ' WrnItÖRE ' !ii| A SPEiliirTV. ' Meter« rurchaslag Eitewhere, FINE FUBNITUBE, ■ CABINETS. ' • °M Mud a «4 mull Hkjtahéd In p ditiooêlir don/. Cano Saat Chair« reseat I- ,. tio Irani! lpti( MR* kH EJ t W, jpRIIIB HUNOARIANj ;lll/.p • IJva* J at IW. N. whuj FI.t.YOS AXD OltOAXS. PIANOS ê T anjd upwards. For.:$290X)0 ORGANS For $40.00 and upwards. Far cash or tn Instalments, at ROB É LBN & BBO'S War or oo ms, (UP STAlF-8.) T14* Market Street. msyl7-tf JAS. N. CLEMMER. SOLB AGENT FOR STIENWAY A SON'S PIANOS, AND J. ESTIY '8 C 0 TTA 8 E 0 RBAN 8 , 410 Market Street. - ! 9 A. M.. TO 5 P. M OFFICE HOURS TEACHING HOURS 7 to9 It, M-. and ö to » P. M. jç17 J. H. BIETER. 410 Orange et.. Wilmington. Del. PRACTICAL PIANO and ORGAN TUNER, Pianos, Caiiuet and Church Organs carefully tuned and repaired. Over twenty years experience In the business. » jo7-3m SMITH & BREEN. N.B. Cor. Fourth und Shipley Sts. Constantly nn hand Ills best brands.of FAMILY FU|)UK at lowest market prices. By« and Unbolted Flour, White and Yellow Cprn Me,). OAT MEAL, a superior trt^le always oq ifanff Flower, YcgrtMl Needs. SB le and Field , Allkldds ;bïrd p of EED, ie3 6m fresh and re-eleaned. r? •srrr SPECIAL NOTICE. I LINEN DRILLS, LINEN j)UCKS, LINEN SUITS, WHITE SUITSj LINEN LAWNS, LINE 3 N HERNANIS, Summer Gloves, HOSIERY, Ac., 4c., die. "To person« preparing for warm we% 4 her, wheth Cunfi^rSy delfraîdé/' 10 ''*' °" r »' GRANVILLE WORRELL, 8902«iid^893 Market street. ja-30 ORGANiinu IS4H. j HI 3 I en I ti .5 . j JOHN MoLEAR to SON: Exchartge&Oeposit Bank No. 609 Market Hlres't, WILMINGTON. DEL. ai .lÂ!i C . 0 îl"t. lA l u !*h* W onerk at sight, (same M at a NationAl Bank,) aaliolted from firm«, corpo rctious and ludividiiis. . FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST mand nnUnl on deposits, payable on de SPECUL AHRANGEHENTS fixadparioia"* d * 0n d 'f >0 * ,U of «P»eifio sums, for De 00LLE0TI0N8 InMreat. Draft*, Ao., muds with despatch, ana accounted, for the day payment is re ceived. CHHECR8 On Bank, fa PhifadeMik New York. Îllfi kî' * , S î w J ar *- PonMyl vania and WUI be eredited on recedit from customers at par. Boston. Bal Washington BONDS. STOCK r„£în""? ,6 "' J S S:' 1, i U ^' a 9 IJ , Stet«Bond«, R»il 1 ° 11 lho Mine ill si cities by raliablocorrei »l»™ prepared to ntleild to any burine», in thi, line with prompteurs sad deapateh. Persona wanting tu Lttyorroll nilo invited togive ur a call. Quotation, of tha. açtiv,i 8t/«tk, at New York aud Iphttt received dully at our office. Sound Investment Betturitie, negotiated end for livery kind of legiti mst« Banking done. A. J. srRIJIULK, ™ ROOFER and SHEET IRON WORKER SECOND ATItBBT. ^ WILMINGTON. DEL. ÄTrÄKÄirteSÄtaS ft ÄmrM in, Wooden and Willow fefi-Sa S, GOLD, Ao. 1» KAffT i-u o f •veryd Were,, Iption, Buch As Tiu, constantly om hand.