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WiLMlNninx. Dei. .Jan, luroisbod by :. w.i. M .'i rick Lmic«! ÿtouk "UotNti« .1 bn- Tl X C.I . !-. 1- r, Wüii.inytou. D« I . nt l I*, hi. to -day. . »-ill it..I Market sire ..117 ... .Ill . ]H'.\ lb»'. 1 ^'1 IV i* pons. fi.-Yi ■) VI \eu..l. .V J! Coupon. .11 . lb» * . I hi/H . 11. N . HlÇ« \m h Si, ■ '» Year Currei •*> I Gold. iti. ll-J .STOCK »I OTATlOXS. loi N A IIU i \ »MK t: 1 ■ . s;', I. ik Ii On*, -.1 North H r u lot It. k 1 nui .. .. ■ ifics Mail W •rn I ni»»n ;s» St. Paul. . •I. Wabash » I tie : l . a i. e. •Is ■ Krad in*; li«*hiffh Va» ley .. Lfhiüb Na\ ikhu «•.; Crook re» •1 1.' , 41 iiEpurtui 1 » k i . .Ja . I J. 11574 Mills 1er !• b'ur and W II.Ml NO »'tatiota 1 at ihv 1'» dj Grai. —C»»rreettd l>aily. ... .. & Hwl.i.fa Family Fl»*i Extra Flour . H .*di S»H erf.no FI ir. ItkHfl* 7» Wheat CITY NOTICES. .d tin- Bisumrek 111 ri-ndali »•est nier tum. Th II»' .< "Io. Io their t.» iid try it K A BK«». .»•'. Mai ket h at»l> ini' ; A It« 1 O. til <t. i fid the /' 1 1 11 ' \ «»• »»] iirrl d\ft !.. I -In. h. tl.dtvd b Ih. Iv I f ■ •. HAIICOPK A EKu Maikct »*tr« t. M • I m - ilfi M«i. I Cd- lia hue^. i>l M th I i • ch»>,|. '« k A I*. KO. MNrket rU»et*t. li A 11 I Irei.N Slme W# Lev ».Hit ». Hier hi WM. II BA BUCK A • ' Market M.. 4 d 5 IJ .* - . hr* Fourth. v heb. Wm. H. l i»!. i it r Hi « ; I !>t lit). ! . M, J .-Im 1: ..K» b T 1 « <11 I..1 d it. .. ■ .1 • »... H«»>F. VI BCll AS I Ml ,i 1 Maikot ><r." It P< 1\ alit.ot* • ! 4.1. r* t*e B« - «» .1 Bln. rth. h«v m»i m fn» i ■. %v 1 1 ...1 ,i. l .t I. WM. II. HAUtv ( h A CO . • Tell the truth / d It : i." them I is 'Htd. II. th.it l< K ,-Uett, hat I'ubli. ' »1 it h( t-cla»- *KH»t, b ...r- bel-.w 4th WM. H. 1!\I til . H Ill»* pblCH » K An* . 1 . i llaii. Kt-l it. \UTRINA aldv adsMM as n all |.er Wheat Slid ad l ain d d diet t 1 »I d I *' Ir-'i • ti n . i »»r Hti|»s inch ,11 l> tli ol !*» tl 1 by the frequent Use id »>f Kenuine h. and Bethlehem Oat Meal i tier re!" . .hi- I , . I Ile, I 1 ho »r„ -Uhhl.nl hy l.'i-h ,,l fine K. KKINGIU USX A .'O Apotheeitel«,, ra .viarkei flreet -Corn, slh - ('ONDLNSED milk. nj : rating the watery por rtJe by ourHully rv •n A Irt.h a-i<ii w Lite .-n«n ay it in UL'ht very nearly tl,«* miditi" ut the i reparut Is p. it a »mall port ion ol alinK it up hermetically. In again bo oit* naturally leiuid rtate by water. It is very largely used ot food tor infanta, •specially adapted to the ure of traveller? on : c • ount of it* porta'.ility and answering all the par ••s of fre-n Uiilk. fbe best bra*,ds are Fold hi - K. BKI.VilirK<T Y CO.. Corner Sixth and Market ut ill keep lor yc hi .1 u • If. (^URRY POWDER India »*rigin menu, tow If. Kam« , cap.-un*. 11 portic n ».f v A j.opular k ir .'hen re 4u : i t 1er tla\ »»ring «oui • how < how. . l:ng u ■ry Freparcil hi ■light I y pu 11 gen mine receipt b> F. BKINGUI RST.t CO.. Apothecaries. Corner Sixth and Market «treet* i«>m WM. S. WAIT u VO. KMHI Maikui strict. PLUMBER. GAS and STEAM FITTER Wl-he-bi-fri. imM bunu I- an 1 patron« t . know that he h ranees anJ woulU irofore so lihcially all kinds of work ho abo» * U ; I « * IU b r. nn Me i.* prej arc ind cun teeing to f.ui.th all • iu tLe Fl'BSTAN Tl AL A WnHwM \NLIKK M ANNER. aim. au 1 the dm il town,I .n hi- I itCâ ut . .»ft, KU IThD lt Ê il itract- an 1 complete all jobs • •ft .11 •**»'! i, * • l.'Ml. Mi t .*4Ü. a t*22-1 » at 1 to »II ;■ J 1 " U» «•I 1*1111. «11*4. »♦ |'«»\ 4\lt It tl.TDIOItt: It 4 II,KO % It. XV IT1I Hit VU'AI. • K TR 41 NS AND CI1ANHK <»F IBM Ti , HhurTu.fl IV. N.iwuihor llth. 1 Liiiiii.kin «• n .. thu rhila i•■ 11«ti m will hi ln t.. I y I'll.- !.,1b.«in. sl-A.M.. ■_ pi. 1 '»will he withdrawn tl . M . he «•«•ll rinludeli'hia »ltd L.I '• 1 • A F. 1 '. I*. M. between Ltin<>k»n an. Philadeli.hni. an the I or M..«, iii«*kiti. n.'W ! Will If '« 1'hiUdel.dna at r . I . IV M . u ,v I*. % * \ tra will Lave 1,, 7 A M. for PI)il • I «• i i • 1 ■ all I'l A ••*•» • m •lut i lor Phihi.l'di.lii« i at 1" • A. M. w ill h ay II. V. KENNEY. Fui»T. • *W I W ii ingtui at I A . M. Xlj. ix. nioiii, jr., a it< n m:c r, «lid i. lu^t .%«» WAi.M r MUk.K'r, It Phi!,»dsl|.liis. Pa . «11(1» Mmi, Nn. HU \\ ,,| T bun t had paid been a him her; her, Ihtse 1 W ilia i n« toi D«l . Furoi-hei flans ani «feriti cf butl • • u»:.- jQ.| altérait >ti-. »t .on i \ >l( pI vie », « taiw i,«. a ntioitd.i., Civil Engineers and Survffyorei, Kuuui. No. Ü, Kxchdus« iiuildios 7th and Market Streets, Wilmington, Del. a. roxjrxLL. «rAMAwAi u HAS. WOOOALL UHH'H B STEAM FREIGHT LINE Lcsves -M wharf above Che tnut street, PbiladH rhia. daily at p. m.. and Preneii street wharf, Wit alnxton.at b p.nl. Freight handled oerelully end rw»r ded with dupetch. O. W.rhllKU ever LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I rick Annual meolinxh arc numuo.e, -it pt »•: The Beard of Ed We are no ther. All the (burehec, yesterday, »cm largely at tended. The Orphans' Fair, at the institute Hall, doses this evening. A general communion sert ice "ill be held, this evening, at (iracc M. K. Church. Ncmkboi fd.Y Answered.—A want lor ik girl, Friday, wus snsweretl in ii calls. Uabku'h l .\luN*.—1 he annual meet mu ol the Baker's l ui ing when steps will be taken io eilet f a reorgani zation. call •». iuoet> ibis having somethin« like inter w «• ]H'.\ lb»'. * hi/H N HlÇ« \m in the <« azkttk, twenty four hours by lighter 1 ■ s;', On*, -.1 Hsoii.itiiiti, will In.* held this cveo 1 1 \ hi.' m CoiiNKH.— Bruinmin ('. IViir, of this ms rented the Haro's b'o ill l.e p nn ottraciive Iioii-îi* ment tlieif ttit* oouii ;s» •I hotel proper! ci :\, amt ! t nit r'.aiL » A l«i is package m-iol iv la-l. ami Im en t a A larnier H um rtnster county J«»8l a our iu.»rkr*t on WeU liuve talicii lut-» tho glitter ini into the Ciiiisltanm by tin? Hoot?. ■ •nuiniiitf fS », it , KahmerV Mi Tl Al 1 me In«: Co.—I bis moni al liitcetiug ol (tie Farmen»' Mutual : CulDpuuy, couvened ut the ollieu stiett, but wilh»»ut 1 1 an Sliding any Hied uulil 2 o'clock, P. M. Not KxI'BCTKD la* CoMK.— H i<* probable that Philip i'itihips will not eouie to this city ami gno a concert at the I'nion M. E Cbuich ou the cv mg announced, as John li. U«»iigh is lo h.ct the MasoUiC Tetuplo c.i the aaiu»» evening, 'tluj delay, liuMt vci, w ill not l»o long. and mg, 1 tie l ire Insurant* Nu. hJii Marke tl l slnes^, uljui r« at it l. - light Hd v. Alfred L.«-, Ii D., of >l»«*|' ol I he 1'ioteElant Fpiscupul uiu» •«i» III.IV lllul , Bui Pan B tin?» IM. bed ■ ' I» b I tic* « 1 III.» \ •»I«*, It. ,f. F. .«the), r« i , Uliil bn ighl at M. Petu's Dpi ..•pal cliuii li, K» v. 1» l»i«P e..!»ui.g:»li«.i«s P..I Fra Clb.SillIlV.il i Jim. Wil rr. ht. .1 b i'tlici ■ i et. E. lb'iidi.irdt timUi Nfill tli •rtlerP ;» •ilt» pay Mild ot $_'0o to keep I hr .nlditinu, WH.-, lind f ; 00. dibpu-etl ol i.n-tj I « lull .-■•td' Hi il it I lilt 1 I drunk» uni I : S tl iniimig, at .»0 li. .-» and »*i. bt." li. I'j.km Liii.o to Stay. 1 hif» limn .■.t tlie it tlm img, |»n.'*oiiei v « .»me « 'll \ Hüll, n 1 ■ pay h »•ln I » t ». bin ami »•fuel bis it l u But the Willi hin it. ha. I jtibt h:ul uwhib, refused't. slot iten > d, go fr.'e, Bttthug that In* bud rnthr r be ill« ct tn tit hib by bib Vailed upo an tined there thttU be"dt*Y >di 1'iually be wus pic». 1er the puvmi-iit »«t hin line. t*» leave, atl 1 tciAL of the Delaware Engine.—O n Satin »lay aUertmcn, the Detawa Steam Fire Eugi w au tri. d at the northern eud »»1 French street, tin* Brandywine m wry g »o.l condition, it worked admirably, and threw h Mreaiii of water a diHinnce of 15U T. Although the enginn wan not »•et, through l(KX) feet ot hose. Tl^JIelaware ateamer ii one of the tient i our Fire Department. n Anm \l Meetings --1 o morrow annual meat ings, will i** held by th«* lollowing corporations; By Wilmiugiou A: Beading Railroad, election ol Directors aud other busiutss. By all the National Banks of the city aud State lor the election of Directors. The annual meeting of the Baker- ' be held, this eveunig t.»r th»* K. 'nioi. nill KxEcrrioxs.— ll is reported that nea,l_v two hundred executions have been issued sin',-e .he Sessson of the cupe.ior Court, in this ( dur.tr, t,e in« a larger number than el aav similar period <d time mthin the receolleetiou oi Ih oldest inlmbi tant. We off ing • - presume that many of ibem will b»* ••Mayrd," but the iodicatioai are that the Sberifl "ill bave Lim I into pretty fully obrupiad lor »he coming three months, if not until next November. u Wii.minotox A Western H. R At the meet ing ot the btuCklioldeiB, to-day, the proposition -oim* time ago made bv H. M. MeCotnb und others ot *he bondholder« was submitted and rejected A proposition to extern! the road under the j»rch cut nianngument to Oxford was advocated bv Mr. Jackson, aud seemed lo meet the views of the The report of the President was read aim showed that the cost of running the roa«! had greatly exceeded the receipts, and that, aside from this, its construction debt, greatly ex • ceded a hundred thousand dollar*. The time for closing the* In lion for i>to<*k holders being extend ed to • o'clock, the names of those <*lect'*d could m tune for our present issue. ajonty present. not b** had l'b ked t:p at J*ea. Th*.* schooner Thos Fish* lBime.lv rommanded by C»pt«m I'illigreir, HB U •-lur.iged in the trade between lHliimora-«iid Na«, -au, :.mvei) at I on.; Dock, Baltimore, on Saturdav ovemiift. NUo la in chare« of f'apt. Edward Ntea nd a pniH Crew, and lu r entire left side an i wan , ttuve iu The F.sl; left New Lundou, t onn , abou. u inuntb ngr> lo take a carao of oyaters from York in, r, and when off the Delaware coa« was run ,rito bv an unknown schooner .rod dama'-ed auch an extent that «he wav abandoned by her picked up at tea a« a prizo book Biucc, br„u«ht to Wilmington, discharsed ballast, aud wa« taken lo Baltimore tbroosb.be canal ior repair«, hhe I« badly damaged I! to day the the kei il iu ll crew, »be w tim»; SPLKWDin Chkbystone Ovstbks and Fire » ENISOV.-Captaiii Harry ha- a !.e,h supply 0 f flue Cberyetone Oy.iers, wh.chbeis dapusiij* ol at tho basement, No. 416 Maiket street. ( herv Htone Oyaters :lie a rn "^ty in this marke t ; they bave beretolore all passed on lo New York or 1 hilsdeli.hia, where they command Hu* highest pn.v. i litte oysters are not plants but urn taken nom the Cherystone Creek mid brought direetlv to \\ iliuiugton. Ths Captain will guarantee that they aie the natural growth of the Cherystono tin* »II other bivaiva ** renoWÜCt * a * bL i«'E superior to \ enisoii by tho «quarter aud in htei , ducks, stud other wild ga moderate prie»*«. Nakiiuu- K«i VI E 1 Hum DuOUMMi, —About 'J ;■ »»'uraUwy tuoiu.t.g, Li. ut. W. F Smith. ' " iV*, ." rri *'"'--' U»- DelawA.e river iu J 1 ' uul be ouffttiR to hi» vessel, and wbt-u "fM. 7 k V 1 "iK-utlhe middle " " VCI > JV" H ü:lt c »P»i*vd »U.1 th.uw Mm into U»- water. Ill- eluiif; desperately to the bottom «•I i.n no.it, and wasrescued from his lienlousc« «1111011 hy t Im* captain of the steam tu-r Et In Philadelphia, alter bi llig in the minute? tl ii well IKI*S, an I« I»*' , 11I wav h hand at vtiy *"" «aid, wa» ing, alter to dra«( Ally un* « l "ter «unie thirty Wl.ei tak« tro/.i*n uml in an to the «lid all in th«ji board thu tug be Was nearly insensible condition. Ureat cred * captain and « row ol tlie AtM. they i. » . I r .!r v r r to rftMU, i ,a to him and at lu^t aiioe»«eded^ lh» .»oat sails and oars were lost. to It is «1 of New tlie sively come at 8 is 6 The free \ kukri. Pkoi-icutv—Its Profits, Losses, • 1 .c »four ciluena made ««one of Ids ■suis Iasi year tifly-fire per rent, an his in vestment. He had also made nn another v«» eiitv thousand dollars during the lone lie iKMseiMed, although she originally rod bun only alsiut (.1.0001 live thousand di liars : t ut then lie lia» Olliers ves,A)ls ret whicli lie has «uttered lieavv losses. A llogelher however, his investments have proved profitable in (Lut di rection. Another citizen on Ihe contrary has had a vessel running for some time lha| lu* paid him nothing. His expenses haye barely been returned to him. Another citizen owned a vessel s me time »ince for one year. Bhe paid him about lifty per cent, ior that year, he sold her; m Tested the motley in a house. Heliow as the only one that made anything off her, for ilie next year ehe was lost. ~ We give Ihtse ex|>eriencea of respectable citizen« of Wil mington, thinking that they may prove inte.'es tio.—Republican. », I u baut tu ever w PENINSULAR NEWS Tautly person- were convert«»! «I ' reetart m viv .i laeQBinit M»!l«dieu's Mill-, tier Milling l(» v. ,1 W lUinini isIry, orMillingUii, a»»» K I condy imide happy by a large dotuuiuti p«rlv. A reel at Sabbath Seliool Missionary meeting,at Millington, netted F27 in cash, aud $«>1.4« m promut-*. Ktrmitly u black bov stole n valuable liorso from Wm. H. Ford, at ÂliUioglon, And alter rul* iu|f to fclkton, turned thi animal louse. It found anti returned to the owner. Fairlce, Keut county, U conaitletabiv elated bv the erection ot a school U«»ase, and a wii"» !w: aud blaeksmi'h *hop within the rüDjp lint... The F«riui Mliing. (hi|*t dvl.n H J . r i't ..h i; a limp ol Caro at doses this girl, in the «• .1-1 t ilmir. D'. During la*l wwk, tin* Siu»jup|iannu river very much »»wollen by th«» heavy rains ntnl th« breaking wp of the ici*. A Port Deposit parly, a If" «ln.\s uvo, Mt» tired uvt l one hundred terrapins, in this »p. ' Sftndy, u coloted vmilniiMi » t Uuwlamlsvillt, rerrntly receired n liberal qn i n i I y »•! hir»l f.|j»»t m Ins thigh, owing to the eurries » hanul i.»*t a gun a 1 1 1 ip.ti.l Pugh A Co.V sa»h factory, it i'»>rt Deposit," ill remain cloaeiljfor a couple of we» k*»,wh?l« repairs an» being ip.idv. lly jumping from a moving (lain, on Tome's Htaiipi*! liait. Central li. K , a colored Wutuau, Thursüuy night, ruceivod severe injurie», W. Whartou, Jr., of Philadelphia, has leased, tor leu years, and will operate, the ('oui.-» n quaiiy property, near Pori Deposit. " The new M. K. Church in Btnadkliti Meek, (neat Milton), will be d' deeated on January 23tli. any at Delawatik Iwstittte of Much amp\l Akts— O n Saturday night, tlm annual meet ing of tlm Delaware Institute Aits wus Ib id in the Institute corner of Fifth and Market streets. Thu ottoudauco of the l£\e» utivo CoiumiUim was not very lar^u, and therulore tin* mosl ini portnut business ol the meeting was po.stpon t)p IUOÜOII, till) President, 1*. II. Kreiiiiau, was kniiioriml to appoitd a Nominating Com mittee, to report names for an executive Com luitte.', to be voted up»*n at the next meeting. Th« Nominating Cunnittee consists o: Messrs. Israel, V aient file, iStone, Taylor and Turner. t >n motion tho »Secretary was instructed to prepare an address to tho publie satting forth the object of the Institute, and soliciting aid andeftntributions, the saino to tie puhlislnd in tin* nowspapt is of the city. On motion, the meeting ndjourtn d, until Saturday night next. It way be well t»> say here, the Institute is increasing in Importance and membership,and its indebtedness is somewhat less than it was last year. of t Machatnc rooms, S. E. ■ ,f. hr ol li. Unwell. —We regret to announce that Rev. T. J. Thomjison, Presiding Elder of this Dis trict of the Wilmington Conference, is very well owing loan »flection of the kidneys. He lias been a bed for a week pas», and hn*« been able to preach only two sermon* »lining the month We hope the man lin rteveretid gentle will soon recover hi.) usual goo»l health. Returned to Work.- Recently K. Ac CL Mcv.rs. Brooke's employees, at Uirdsboro', strurk on neeount of a reduction of their wa ge». Ou Saturday, however, the men ae.-ep fed the reduction and returned to work. Thk Orphans* Fair.—A t the Orphans' Fair, Institute Hall, Saturday night, the votes for the bagatelle table were counted, and found to result a» follows : Miields' Li brary Association, 1242 votes , Phllopalrian i.iterary Association, 40.', votes. The table was therefore awarded to the Shields' Library Association. Several articles were ehaneed off Saturday evening. The fair continues to night, l.AHOKi.» Attended.—'T he funeral of Mrs. Susan A. Robinson, on Saturday afternoon, was largely attended, aud numerous filends and relatives followed the remains to tho grave. The Servicen at the house were con ducted by IiCY. L. f Matlaek. The Interment took place at tho \\ il.uiogton »V ltran.lyw.no Cemetery. I nion Communion Servi, k.—T his Veil ing, a general communion service will he held atl.race M. K.Chareh, which will be partici pated in by the adherents of all Christian de nominations in this city. Addresses will be made during tie even ing and clergymen ot the dilleieut denomir.a tioDs will assist in administering the eomn nion. 11 The Somerset County Homicide. COSmiTifENT OF TAVLoä TO AWAIT TtlE ACTION Oi THK GRAND filBï. vvjtliah» laylor, who killed Alfred Hitch, Cecember 31, and eurreniiered himself the neond day tUereutter, had u bearing, ou Thursday,before •laatigt L T ps|iUr, at Frmcees Aune, in order that the Statu might give him a legal commitment, iioua. JoitiA W. Lxitdiold and James l\ Dennis appeared tor the prisoner. II. Rage, 12sq., lor the »tute. There were four witnesses examined for the proAceuttou. Tli ejj testimony was substuo* tiully the same nod to this effect : IIitch was ball druuk, aud bantered Taylor lor a wrestle 111 Tür kei 'a «tore ; Taylor took no notice of it ; Taylor bought a piece of tobacco aud r.oiue coffee, und weut out on ih« railroad, starting for home iu company with tbreo Qthor men, 0110 of whom was Fleming; Hitch took up Taylor's ax«* and threw il up on u rick of wood ; Taylor g«>t it, and Illicit attempted to tak«* it away when he got cut u little iu tlie wrut, accidentally ; Hitch, however, look ll and threw it up the railroad ; Taylor aud Hie other threo men thon started on up tin* rond.w hen llitcli said, «Mio; 1 c. on whip tho whole c ye;" Morning saiJ, " D d if you c«iu ; *"" up to Fleming, ;utd, taking him i,y it,,. «aid, " \\ hat did you »ay, 'loin 7 " Taylor, ' wa» twuuty yard« away, turned and rail back ing, 44 i II (ix him," anil niadc u Ittngoui, him with HGinethiog, which wa*» not seen, but a broken butcher kuild blade was fouud by Hileh'a side alter bis death ; Taylor then ran to a nek of wood and tried to get a stick out, but aeciue.l t«» change hi« mind, ran back up the road som«* 20 yards, picked up bi« uxe, (a chop ax«,) iu.ii bud. to Hitch and "souchml " it into Hiub, who tell dra«( iufltautly. Justice Upshur committed hi fait th»; nelkm of tlie gram! jttrv. Taylor i« Ally four years old, Hitch about twcutv-tivt*. W.I of Hit« I» )• say to Congress The U. S. .Senate was not iu session on Sa in tlie House nothing was done hut speech making. Mr. Butler, of Tonnetsee, presided, and there were Rpoeches l>y Messrs Withers, Of Kentucky,on affairs In Louisiana; Field, of Miehlgao, oil linauctt ; Vance of North Carolina, on civil rights ; Whitehead, of Virginia, on the tobacco tax ; Millish, of New York, and Kelley of Pennsylvania, on tlie money of tlie United States; Cain, of N'ortii Carolina, and Crossiand, of Kentucky,on civil rights. Tlie Ledger says: Money ta reportej ere*. sively abundant, and but fur the «harp'diacritni uation made hy leaders (lie rales would have to come down. As il U call loans still rule at C per cent and prime paper is quoted at 7 >o 8 per cent. Do Government collateral the r»ic is 6 to 7 percent. Pap«rlhatia not of thor oughly approved credit meets with lillle favor. The banks being overstocked wilb free lenden. turdav. money are STATE ITEMS. Tiii; JjJuirurC'Vi says iliat Dover Green is greener now, Jan. 7, than It was last July. — I r it wer.- not for some patches of «edge, litter ami leaves, the grass would look as if just mown. m K m liorso rul* bv The new brick warehouse at Dover depot Is approaching completion. The old frame ware houses are being removed. During the year the congregation of tho Forrest Presbyterian Church of Middletown, has raised $1,068 14,for church and missionary purposes. At last < >de.s.ta rejoices in at root lamps, and "cometh out of darkness, into light." .1-1 t A nmuwr of skins and furs have recently tx>en stolen from tlio darkey trupjH is of < ides - » Tlie aueeehs of Jlelioliolh 1 !>»:n li,;an a plan» of summer resort, was so decisive, last season, that is earnestly proposed to enlarge the hotel there, belonging to the Camp Meeting Aaso eint lor. Shki!ih»' s Su.k.s.~ üheritt Armstrong ad vertises to sell at publie sale the following pro perties : At tho hotel of James < l'ierson.on theîsth ili>lant, the propel ty of.loseph Uicktu, in Tal null street below Filth. Also the property of la-vin S. Taylor at tlm eoruor of Third and Shipley sts.'; the hotel property of Alums Dickinson corner Front and King streets, and the property formerly occupied by 1'hilip Coombs Seocnd street between French and Walnut. At the house of Jackson It riant, in Middle town, on tlm 27th lust., a largejrame building, tire property of the Delmarvia Manufacturing Company. At the house of Robert Strickland, in the town of Newatk, outlie noth instant, the lai m .of Edward II. Huuce, containing UtS acres. Ann uai. Mkkti.su.—T lm Farmers'; Associa tion ol New (Jostle county, for the detection of horse thieves anil recovery of stolen horses, held their ninth annual meeting, on Saturday, amt Hie following ofltcera were elected lor the ensuing year : 1 'reside! i f —George J ac k son, Vice President— XV. P. Stidham, Secretary and t reasurer— James II. iloffec ker. Director!;— Aimer Hollingsworth, Town send, W. it. Derrick son, Wm. latuilmon, llieli iinl Jackson, Koubcu Sattertliwaite, James iiradford, Jason Davis, John K Tatum, John Jour dan. th« tired ' m gun ill on to in is E. ( onm ium'k Stricken.— A note containing one dollar w«h handed lo a Delaware man the Id knife other day, being restitution for stolen *oine yeais ago from a black Pin it 1 i*h shop The article was not worth 25 cents, but the conscience it troubled has Hettled the case with The recipient has handed the money 4 over to the roiasionary cause. — Metho dic Home Journal. an a dollar bill. SOCIfe Tlfetk. MKHT1NO* THIS STRIVING Delaware Lodge, No. 1, 1. O. O. F., at Odd F«l lowb' Hall, Third and King street«. Lenape Tribe, No G, I O H M, in fourth story SaVille Building, 6th and Market street. Wilmington and Brandywine Council, No. .*i, O U. A. M., at Hall, Fifth an«l Marketatreets. Franklin Council, No. U,(> U A M , at Mechan ics' Hall, 219 King street. Wilmington Council, No 6, Jr, O 17 a M.at Hall, , f »th and Market Btreets Lnterprisa Circle, BUCA, at llall 504 Mar ket street. Washington laodge, No 1, K of P,. at Knight of Pythias Hall, No. 211 Market street Washington Lodge, No 3, O F, at (Jood Fcl aV Hall, MeClarv's Building, 605 Market St. Wawaaet Lodge, No 13, I U of U T, at room 12th aud S.^ott streets. i Tlie 1.1» lug Tcirgriiphcr Sytuptotus are the silent chars» ters through which the diseased body telegraphs its condition. But they not always read aright, and tho medicines administered sometimes aggravate instead of reliev ing the complaint. Conspicuous am«»ng the in stances ut malpractice which are of daily occur rence, is the habit ot dosing dyspeptic and c»»ns;i pated invalids with powerful cathartics Ilostet h/ii i Stomach Bitter?, in which are skilliully blend ed tho vegetable elements best adapted to the in ) igoration of he stomach, und removal, with.»ut violence, of tegular disehurgos from tho bowels, should be taken twice or thrice a day us a remedy lur indigestion of every type, aud tor co»Uvenes* whether «chronic or casual. No other medicine will be i-e»iujred and the cure will be rapid and paialm-.*. No medicine, as yet discovered or oompoaaded, equals ilustetter's Bitters as a ^neeitic for all affec lions of tho liver, as well as for diseases of the fctomacb, the bowels and the isn B tolo nerve?. TFA XTS. AIT*ANTED ▼V good I situation i janlli It —An experienced business man, « penman and accountant, desires a an otface. stör« or history. Address, E. W. D., Bux 470 Po>t office W ANTED—A girl j*n9tf tu d i housework at 2 Oo FR ENCH BTKKKi W ANTED.—A boy about fifteen years of learn the printing hustafs«. Apply at this ofuco, W AN TED—A girl (or eook. Market street. Î. tu Ai»plyat No. lluu dee 1 *!! BLANKETS, [lîLANNl-ILK. l>itrm (jUte. recent tlejireiteion in the WtHtien (JooiIh Mark et, toe milde lartja Jiuri'/iaees of the above good* FOR CASH , and offer the tame, at l.OWF.R I'HIVES then have ruled for The;/ are all. of euch TVELT.-KHOW'N Bit AN HS a* years. Ballard Yale , Gilbets , Shakers. WHITE FLANNELS, GRAY, BLUE ami RED <lo., And in BLANKETS, S-DOU lo Î20.Ü0 ]ter*yair ; Grays OUK H'/tfC- \from very 15 ^Special attention is called t* 11-1 blanket* for $5.00 per pair. (jRANVILLE WORRELL, HSO and MRkET KTKCKT. (Maioilc Twmpic) our cr-.lj. BOOTS A SD SHOES is — BOOTS & IIS, Is tho COARSE; MEDTITM, of of of mul FINE AT PRICKS FAR BELOW Any other House in Wilini ton, :it ung. Babcock »V Bro. s, 206 MARKET STREET flats ana raps. DIJBKU I rn k H A TT E I.' t . 2 East Third Streel WILMINGTON, OKU \t T-. H. QUAY'S ICH EAT» HAT&OAP EMPORIUM. 402 KING STREET. 40? Crnts' ^urntsUtua ftootl«, WV 1 TT & UIRKKTT'li PATENT YOKE-SMUT. <toa nxitiii:! sihfit THF. »Il.lltuvno I*ARAGON SHIRT PKKFECT FiriTNti. COMFORT. KAaS ANDfKbhtJAN'^ | WAl.fC TO OKUKR AND WAKHANTKH * TRUK FIT. Nend I» m.-ielt-Men.ureiueoi Circular.I J. P. OOUUUTKF. No. 41t> Market Btr««< Wiluiinxioa. P* 1 ■i»17 lv - 5 - STOVES! stoves:: CLoSINU OFT a lures «tuck of STOYBS »t At Astonishing Low Prices, Mutt l»« »old beton» the 25th of Mardi. I'rupurty of th« late E. T. Deacon, dec'll., Having lully deUnaiueJ to cloae buti' 1 ness, w* ure now offering NTOVEH AND H0U8E FURNISHIN8 00008 BELOW COST. good» will «* ni4 'VL" Tor them»elr*« <•• No.. II» Market Street. LOU. M. DEAOu-'', ** DU *%«#• Persons in need of our line of tkeir edvantaee to stop end ire fore buying.