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nXA^mi. iJDCOMMÏRCUl.. '■Vl .ntSOTO.S, DeL.ieV 27 . iS. I. Slock au Ji .lion* furnished by Merrick iJkoson A Co - . S K C< r. 6 th and Market street frj} " 0 ... ton. Del. at 1 P M. to day Coupas« . the tiss the 11 ;:' llil' • 117 L ...B .uyv: . \WX . ä: 4-20 ;*? .. t-jXI w y 20 'ti 5 . New. J. A J VJ) ' 67 . Coupon 10 4 \ . «Year Currency Faciffu'i l> 3 li. i; -bxoeif aüoTÄTToab 11 Ne» fork O * ïlud Like Shore . .. Scrth Western •• l'ref. Hück Island .. ôblo*.d r!< iï% pacifie* Wa We t«rn üi i, mon 4*'» 1 St -^Vreï aud to ft* Wabash*.. Iniun Pac.iti C. C. 4 I. penoa Ke*ding . hehlith > aller . LetigFr Navigation 0 Ü Creek. Central Transportation 1 M ' . O 0 ••s ... 00 '^ . 4 M . 17 « of " f 41 WlLMTVOTON. DKL.. Feb. 1*7 4. JujUiioBS at ihi Brandywine Mills for t lour and Uvrrei'tea Daily. , 0 _„ 8 . 00*4 ^.13 ... 7 .SI ldOd 7 . r > Oran amlly Flour xtraTlour ... erûne Flou i ent . HJO. irn ... TSTÖW OPEN Pacilic Percales,* FIFTY U 1 VFBUENT dTYLK*-^ CTi.. ! yual to the l eft ITcnch : all Ihe leail^g bruniiof MUSLINS, AT AGENTS' PRICES: Richardson's Linens go NEW BARNSLEY Linen Damasks. A ÖA.HÖA 1 N* * New Sprint» Shirtings, 12 l /i Ceistd ; DAILY OPENING NOVELÏÎEÔ IN ALL KINP 3 OF GOODS. BLANKETS, Fla NNELS, und WOOLENS OFFERED Al' ORKAT HACK 1 FIOE GRANVILLE WORRELL 800 aud 88 « XARklT 8 TB BET. (Manonlc Ttmpie ) » TtHC AKTIZ ANS SAVINGS BANK 502 Market Street. Incorporate ! February 23 . 1761 . Open to receive dep »sits daily from 9 A. M . until 4 P M., and ou Tue»auy and Saturday evsmugl trwm 7 to 8 o clock A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, of six per cent, haj been regularly paid on de posits. since tbs osgsuuatiou of the Rank, aud it is the expectation of the Muasners, that thu rate of dividends will be continued When dividend* are not withdrawn, they ere ac counted as deposits. Thus peimanent deposits compound their interest twice In ea?h j etr MANAGERS • GkoruI VV. Ulsh. GkoaOK 9. CAVSiLLK. M L. Licutensti:». Eowaho g a ai i n u rug. Job 11 . J acxson, Wm .11 9 WI»T, A MU UK T H 1 GOINS. WM 3 . IIILLE 3 . President. William a. Hillcs. Climkht B.Smtt», Csablb* W. IIowlawo Natmaxikl r. BkkjuXi giUET F Du as. • M. SVOTSVKB'JBU. Gao-W.Bo.u. Vies Présidant. leka-iy - - E. T- Tztlor. Tr«MSurer HIRST MT10RI4L BANK oF .WILMINGTON. ' Ddjioeitary of the Public Mor.eya, financial Agunt of thu United States. 1 SDWARD USTTS. President. U. Ü. ARM5TRONU, CaaLic:. $400,000 CAPITAL, . t olleoting and Kit banging ot Uoveru ment Becurities attended to fur a imall commission. =*«11 alphiaand New York Kxchange furn ished to regular Depositors without charge. Directors meet on Mondays ami TuureJavs, at 8.30 A. M. lor discouul. DELAWARE FIRE UVHV«A\41 l».HPA NY Wo. 0O$JU«trkot »treat, WILMINGTON. DKL Char Fsrixtual Iaeareoretad liuv ruurancs. tor a t.rm o joar*,$>r Perpetual Insurances at Orcatiy Beduoed Bat»». te m promptly atljuRtad and paid, iroasalnat lo« .or iamajiu Ly tt) otfiar coiapaoy. C ro>« a ; o w'm Gxo. W.Syxsxs, F»»*oi»B»««t. h:: ; ZXkï «-■' ^ » jobs ». caiJuy. Preamt. M. L. Surtw. B«or«tsfv. »träk- .0 |'U MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK. IV«. 4 W. Third Street. MV esst, isMrsat. Ou«n TuMdsr «nil S.tur Grimvli»«. n V. Miller » 1 -tf Six ♦ far V» ml. st tKlow.« " ,«S eil Merket street. - local urriiiLiaBircs. I There were foi t> 1 ougere at the City Hell last I night- I last The Pierson bankruptcy care is atilt ou Mal In ! the U. N. Court i on Scott M. E.euula, School Anptyar-ry takes ; place this eveniug. ' ' * ' A '\ u ..... , tn , , . ... . I All Freight business on the Wilm.ngtvD dt Vi -sttni to j , Kallroad is increasing. _ dhe bearded lady au i other wonderful cai Usi- came tiss still an exiubiticn at Cbadwict » Mussum W. nest. Fourth sircet. ^àierebants and business men can still obta.u vided excellent blotters, by applying at the Uazettl the business office M. M. Pomeroy has arrived in this city and is stopping at the Clayton House. He lectures at ^ the Opera House, this evening lleicnt shall a placed tbe In lie The as of; tives the for more by Ihe Homs Lata Association meets this even. 11 ;:' Halb or Money. — List m^UT, «i ib** regular monthly meeting of the Workm^meu'« Isonn A<iho( iation, $ 1»000 eold at 3 .'t per cent, premium, aud $200 at '.'T. Withdrawn shares were paid off to Iheamuuul ot 1700 . H&vehe Injcry.— A t the P., W. de U. It. K. locomotive works, jeateiday moining, Alexander Keenan, au employee, had Lis lett greut toe bro ken, by a heavy piece of iron tailing upon it. The Tbe iujury though not dangerous, ia -evere and paintul • Will Hf.movk —On Monday next, the work of removing the l'nstofUce back to its permanent location, in the Ouatom House, Sixth and'King streets, w?! 1 commence. The improvements iu the latter building have been luily noticed in thuja columns. Sheriff Selb.— H hentt Arautrong, ou Wed nesday, sold at public sale, the propeity of Vhilip Combs, on Hecoud stieet, between l ieLch aud Walnut, consisting of a large three-story buck house it was purchased by (iermuuia building aud Loau Association, for $ 6 , 200 . Pomeroy's Lecture —Wa call atteution, ior' the liai time, to the lecture in the Grand Opera Mouse, this evsniug, by ''Brick" Pomeroy, on " ManLood." Mr. Pomeroy ia an eloquaut lectur er, and his subjeatis oue interesting to all There f .re we hope u large audience will assemble to hear him. feeling assured a treat ia iu store for all who 11 M. then bert, fect the the and go RroLXNI meg ens —At Ibo police lisadqusi tels aie several pans ol cluokei.a which the police picked up, from planes w here they had beeu drop ped by closely pursued chi, Lieu thiuvea The owners of the fowls can probably obtun them by applying at the ball. The police are ufler the thieve-, and will probably catch some of them ere toug. tjtvxHILY Injuhhd.- Mr. George L. Stradley, recently ol Wilmihgton, was dangerously, if uot lut, illy injured on tbe St. Louis A Cairo H- R , at a towu called Djgoyue, IIliuois, about three weeks ago. lie was struck by a passing locomotive. He being properly cared tor by the Odd Fellows, he beiug a member of Moruingfltar Lodge, of Suiyr lid had been West several mouths. DlSSATisrixn. The Smyrna /Vmrs sayt It is unuouuced tiial tbe Marshal's sale of Lowbers propeity, recently, at the Middletown Hotel, does uot give general sutisfactiou. dome of tha credi tors complain that the Marshal did not comply strictly with the law iu lbs case, and there was even some talk of a legal investigation, but most ol the parties are disposed to lattbe matter leaf. ed. on IL of The Delaware Uazbttk —De side« u.i usual hi ray ot attractive . editoual, local and general the Dei.awabr CiAZKTTB for thia week, uewe con turns a lull aud iotereatitiR account of the burglar»' uacapu aud " Big Frank's " recapture. Persona wiahiug to tend an account of the affair to their frieudd, cuu do no better than purchase a copy of the weekly UazBTTB, which ia now tor sale, at all the news ntauds, and at thid office.— Price, five cents per copy, wrapped icaoy lor milling. Per year, $2 iu advance. Fire - Early thie uiorniugr, about two o'clock, a tire broke oui m a frame carpenter shop, uear the corner ot Taylor aud Kirkwood streets, owned (>y Ueur/i W T'iudall. The building watra tem porary »uuciure, and was pul up during tbe re cent erectiou of a row ot houses m this yiriuity. At the time of the fire it coutained a number of sash aud duoi liâmes, and valions tools, all of which were destroyed, together with the building before tbe t ire Depurtmeut could get into service. The loss will probably reach $300 Pay hour W atkh Tanks - We agaiu urge all who have uot yet paid their water taxee, to do so et ou.'t* After February 2 hih, au additional five per ceut. will ho added to the face ot tbe bill, inakiug leu per eeat. extra which all delinquents must puy There is no use in delaying this mat ter, as tu» taxes must be paid iu the eud, or else the parties must do without Brandywine water. The lust day of grace expires March 31 st, and iu ell cases where lax has uot been paid by this date, the feriules will be drawn, aud the supply of wa ter cut off. By paying at once parties wilt save much trouble. at. Fûucï Cases.—J ohn Taylor, last night, into tbe »tors of Jobu Bruce, No. aJl L. wont Front ■troc», and acted in a very disorderly uiauurr. Mr. brueo ejected Ltm, aud in hie struggles Taylor broke two panes of glare. Officer Heltnck came ulom', arrested Taylor, and took him to tha City Hall cells. Tais morning he was fined $5 and costs uuil held lo bail in the sum ol $71 JO, to keep the pence. Edward Leary, col., urreated bv officer Lepg, for disoruerly conduct, was fined $3 and cotis, aud held to ball in the earn of $ 20 J to keep the peace. l'aliick Haughey was arrested by oUlcer Legg, tor drunkenness, and was fined fifty cents und costs. SOCICTIBS. MtCKllNOtft THIS BVKMNU Fan fax Lodge. No 8 , 1 O O F , at kldd Fel oWi'Hall.JJ and iviug Sts. Columbia Lodge. Nq. !4 1 O O F. at Odd Follows' Hall, 34 and King Sts. Dolawaro Tribe, No. 1,1 Ü U M ,it Red Men 1 . Hall, 4 \ô Market. Washington Council, No 4 , U U A M, at Me chanic' Hall, 219 King St. Keacue Council, No. 3 , Jr, 0 V AM, at Hall, 5 th and Market St. Lady Jefferson Home Communion, at Hall 304 M E, k cUmr Lodge. No 7 . K of F, ut Knight, G ( | Pythias Hall, 2 U Market St. I at Washington Camp, No. l,PO Suf A, at M - Clsry's Building, 30 floor. Market », above Oth Wilmington Mutnal Aid Society, at Filth aud ! Market streets, third story front. ! ' ' TUE COAYUID 1 NU AbtAlll TUX TOVNO MAN SUES TUE WOMAN, LUT FAIId TO P 1 ES 9 TUB CXiE. SVe uieutiooetl, yesterday, iLe cowluiiu^ of a young mau, ou Market street, between Elgutti atiivl Niutfa, Wedueaday uight, by au indiguaot female. Y'etterUay tbe youoK mao, wboee name it Robert Ame«, appeared before Enquire Frazer and preferred clurgva agaiuet tbe woman, Catha rine ▲. Mitchell, ne follow« : For committing au assault aud battery on him, as mentioned ; for disturbing hUpence, following him on the »treeU, erfeiing with him while on hl« way lo work. He also stated that she attacked him with a cowhide text week at Chestnut And Adams street* The «ob« wa» at ihe Squires office last night, ready for trial, bat Am«« did not ap pear ngninat her. Amts in a married man, aud his wife retides 'n Philadelphia. iu September Inal, Mian Mitchali appearaJ be fore Esquire Fraser nod preferred e charge ot baa tardy upon Amee The latter aave the asesa aary bouda for toture appearance, but the chargu waa afterward« found to oe groundlte», and tat cue wu dropped. snd 1 st " THEôITY council. WI 1 »wsstly •et loK.*' Todd, ■with a little tbe singing. Hut sang oti'act. EEOCLAR KEATtBO LUT 1 VIXIÜH- A ratty I FIRE DEPARTMENT DECIDED CPO.V—OTHER BUSINESS. I The City Council met at tbe regular hour, I last evening, President Marls in the chair ! The Street Committee repor e<J favorably i on ihe petition of William Smith and others ; crossings at Spruce and Taylor streets, ' A '\ u 1 0 e , < l,' „ . . . I All other comimt*ee 3 on being to j , 8 continued on ail businessTn iheit bauds. The subject of a Paul Fire Department next came up under theheadof unfinished Irusl nest. Mr Adams ollered a resolution which pro vided for a postponement of the subject until the second meeting in October next, and a reference of the question to tbe people, for settlement, at the next city election, the Clerk ^ Connell, meanwhile to have printed a suf lleicnt number of ticket.«, one half nr which shall contain the words, "Against a Paid Fire Deppatinent," and the other half, "In favor of a Paid Fire Department." 9 aid tickets to be placed at all the votiny places in the city, at tbe said election. In offering Ibis resolution Mr. Adams said lie thought this action was wise and proper. The people should have a say in this matter, as ihey have to foot the expenses. ' Mr. Pickels said tbe reference of such a question to the people was an action unhead of; they have more faith in their representa tives than to ask It. Mr. Mdntlre also favored a reference of the subject to the people for settlement Afiei some further debate -Mr Baker called for the previous question which shut off any more discussion. The query of the chair. ''Shall lbe main question be put was affirmatively answered by the following vote : Yeas—Messrs Baker, Wm. Canby, Kebiger Foulk, Greene, Mendenhall, Phillips, Pickels, Kicbardsou, Uuderwood, President Maris— called asked by dressed was ed-and •'Tho whole which cited tion saw acatfol cd him a small logo bie with sung. feet Mr. their "Our and ever The most ten selves The 11 Navs—Messrs. Adams, Burke, Bickta, Wm. M. Canby, Gilbert, Lynch, Murray, Mclotire, Taylor— 9 . The vote of Mr, Adams' resolution was then taken. It resulted as follows Yeas— Messrs. Adams, Bickta, Buike. Gil bert, Lynch, Murray, Mclotire, Taylor—S. Nays—Messrs. Baker Wm, Canby Wm. M, Canby, Febiger, Foulk, Greene, Mendenhall, Phillips, Pickels, Kicbardsou, i nderwood, President Marls 12 . The question then recurred on Mr. Pickei's, substitute, instructing tbe Law Vomiuitiee tu prepare an Ordinance crealiug a Paid Fire Department, said Ordinance to go into ef fect March 1 st, 1 S 75 . The vote was as fol lows: Yeas -Messrs. Baker, Wm. Canby, Win. M. CaDby, Febiger. Foulk, Greene, Mendenhall, Pickel», Richardson, Cnderwood, President Marls— 12 . Nays—Messrs. Adams, Bickta, Burke Gil bert. Lynch. Murray, Mclmire, Taylor—P. So tbe substitute was declared adopted Tbe report of the Street Committee on Hie establishment of a Registry Bureau, which favored a postponement of the subject unlit the first mee'ing in December next, was then discussed. Mr Febiger moved to amend by making the Bureau go into effect by the 1 st of April, and instructing the Law Committee to pre pare an Ordinance to that effect, Adopt road, A H. three car a he is F 1 i» ! two 2 U ed. The btreet Commissioner reported 24 men on Half time, aud four horses and carts em ployed in the Street Department. Tbe Chief Engineer reported 12 ployed in the Water Department. Tho pay rolls of the Street Department, IL 13 , and of the Water Department, $102 30 , were read and passed in tbe usual manner. The Law Committee reported that the "Or dinance amending the Ordinance regulating the sale of meats." was correct and legal. The Ordinance was afterwards adopted by a vote of 17 to ,t. Mr. Wm. M. C'auby presented a letter from City Solicitor Spruance stating that in tbe case of Wm. II. Naff ct. the city, in the court of ■ chancery, the temporary injunction re straining the city from condemning more land for the extension of Pennsylvania Avenue, had been made certain Ordinances would bave to be passed, authorising the laying out of Pennsylvania Avenue. Tbe letter was referred to the Com mittee on Opening Streets. Mr. Wm. Canby stated that Martin Keogh bad declined to sign the contract for removing ashes, and moved that it be awarded to the next lowest bidder—David Campbell at 12694 . Adopted. Same gent iemau presented tbe loliowing proposals for furnlsbing 4 .U 00 feet of curb aioue. Pnilllp P. Tyre. Hughes A Walker Joseph Flanagan The bids were referred to the Street Corn lueu em* the a tor lor F the Rent a es. F uear re of of all so five bill, mat else iu date, wa save To The rmaneat, as far as 3 sold it 1 4ti cent4 per foot. 44 \ . Ult " " " mittee. On motion of Mr. Pi.-kel 3 . a draft for $367 66 was directed to be drawn, and olaced in Bank to tbe credit of the Board of Educa tion. Interest orders for sundry bondholders, amounting to $ 906 , were dlreted to be drawn Feiitions were read and referred as follows from John Mcl.ear aud others, asking tor the grading, curbing and sidewalk paving of Apple street from lleald te claymont, Mjuth Wilmington; from Jacob Richardson, lire watch asking tor a donation of $ 130 ; from Wm. Silver, ashing for tbe extension of water pipes lo Twelfth aud Walnut sireeis. On mo:ioo, Council adjourned. wont Front Mr. came City costs the Lepg, cotis, the Legg, und 1 he Children'» Jubilee. A Grand Success.—An Eveniso or SoNo, Sentiment and 4 'leasuke. Tue NiTooess which attended thoChidreu'e Jubilee last evening, tc,r the boot*lit ol the Brandywine M. E. »Sunday School, shows the inu%tc ol children will utfver failtodrav^ a largo audience. Krery »eat la the Opera House was occupied, nod many had other alternative than to stand iu the out side aisles. t A raised platform was erected on the rear pai t of (ho ata^e and icraduallv' sloped bat L until the top tier of Hosts reached the sus pende. t scenery. I'pau tLefco seats w**re ar ranged oeariy Hh) happy,rosy lined children. The njOHt ol whom were dressed m white, with here and thero a red or a Lluo dress enchatit lv bright and da/zliiitf 0 S Fel Odd Men 1 . Me Hall, 304 G ( | appea. liur u-i ir to le.„t additional I moot to tbo alcea.lv bright an M - 8CM,,U ll '" iHUeD'.al diructi . and aud ! 9 up«nulou.le„i ..I H.e .-.uuday School repie sonlo I was lo his happiest mood, as he euteiej upon lUo work ot going through ! with the performance of the programme. ' F 7 . Ulaaoow'e Orchestra with eu aecompu nlmeut of ■ piano and two organs.furntsued the main tosli iiineutat muslcot tbe evenlng. Miss iDua JeUarn preslJed at the piano, and Fiddle Mnhlhausen and Miaa Alice Ogle at tüe two organs. Beeide them, Mr. Todd had an organ on the stage, at which he him self presided, aud assisted in the singing of solos and dueta by tbe children. Variety being th# spies of lile, there was no scarcity of it in the exercises, showing great care in the selection ofeomethingwhlcn would please the most fast Id tone ear tor muslo. Tbe solos, duets, choruses dialogua«. Ac., were perfect, some amusiug,others pathetic, atilt other» thrilling to tbelr character, but where all done tbelr parta ao well diellnc Uone would be Invidious. It la propsr, however, to not# the eweet singing of tha openingoborus, called the " Welcome Oreatlog.'' Willie Calhoun, a small, bright eysd lad mads the opening address, which was a very neat and appro ' prlate composition and finely spoken by FAIId of Elgutti name Frazer Catha au ; for »treeU, lo with Adams office ap aud be ot asesa chargu tat WI 1 U». '■ . 7 «suj loves us too," wes very »wsstly sung by the little girl,, the vnntiir •et but fire years old. •• Night and'Morn loK.*' was weil apokeo by tbe two Misses Todd, one with a blade dress bespangled ■with »tars, represented Night, aud the other represented morning. I.Utle ?.Jarv Jlersoy, a little over live years of age, played *• r.iti.e Flower" end " Little hint le in the ttec." <ni tbe organ and uceoiDpauied the tnusir singing. Her diminutive -.I; Hut at ilie organ, was ratlin. aOordod much sang tw oti'act. sit. ;il 3 , SI) 1 pto-sid I oniieal, and Pi.it. Tecnth-I lient I'' musemeiit o very choira solos willin' '•The fn-colnra," was repr by blue little guts, three for each , and dressed to correspond. "The deuioas oftheglasi ' a di.i: >gne, was a hue representation. As earn appeared repicsenting tho varied evils .d Intemperance, the inooi Uu l.eeaoie niai m ed-and songbt safety liy slgnloc the i,lodge, •'Tho night before Cxecullor,'' |\y AieV Calliouu, was the muet exciting au I •. performed, that a shrill whole audience, which he pared his d cited the eyils »hieh I tion ol blinder he hi a I ih. -mul saw and hammer acatfol 1 , tbo chains cd over tho Ho ir, lbs c urtain tell ! him calling for his m a comic piece, w as :.i small boy. A numb logo es followed, bie amnsemeut, au l with a parting hymn which sung. Tue jubiileo all tbrougi feet sueeoss, and all pleasaut evening. Muci IV si nîH.I ( S'F' M >11 . Atter ji Ionic h » 1 11 * « j » r, m rell, hi. I ie. r> the ifci. , 1 Le iLc ont r tue • T t lie !.. mu'll - bu ll l. siinil hi. , 1 ;. / 1 in or. •* Mr. N ly,'> --•l y l>v a very* timen twl riich a Horded rnnal leri the exercfso-i < lose i .*»« lino! •* • si -|S. 13 n prtisuuL enjoyed h 1 < 1 6 <ilt Mr. Todd and Uioma who a-i.siit-jil him, their saoceaalul étions». luo t< \'JC .'Li Tbe Smyrna Sociai.-IC ummimlcatcj j — "Our Final Welcome" cttinfcoff last niviit, and it was tlie grandest affair that lias ever taken place in our town thisseason. The fairests women and the bravsst mentlia'. ever graced the iloor of any Hall The ladies were elegantly attired most fashiouable costumes that could be got ten up, aud ihe gentlemen acquitted them selves in a manner that deties|cotnpetUioti. The Hall was eiegently decorated with the American flag. Ac. T. K I Smyrna Del.. Feb , J 7 . lui were present, in the Ms « Freights on tue W a W.—The following frtights, from ihe Pennsylvania Central Rail road, at Pomeroy, came over thu Wilmiugtou A Western Railroad yesterday Two lumber, J. D Cruuston, Neport one caret' shingles for tbe same, one car of lumber for H. F. Taylor A Iiro., Wil. ; oue ear of lime lor Hockessiu j Tbe freights for Pomeroy were three cars of narrow-gauge trucks, for tho Parker A Kain Railroad Pa., and two cai •; of car wheels. id.' ■ars i f ,7 FOlt SA L /; A y DU FX Ts puR RENT.-A w and couvraient ^ i . S. K Cor, Third und Earn-» 01 !AS. R. LOUT.. 702 Market strec*. I the be Brick Ho •treetd . febi 7 - bar F OR »SALE OR REN'!—Tho dwelliugoti the Northea-t corner ut Second and Madison street- Term* ea. c y. Apply on the premises to UblM tt I». LAfsLY. 1 i» 0 R SALE-GREAT B ARG AIN. -Throe ! Brick Dwelling. No. 71 • King r two Irontd, King and French streets, lot 2 U by 21 *4 feet, h fb^'Oca.dh. Call • f.b2G at . 1 dt. ry , a . ât, Ml vlstoiuf* looatiou. Price or address Hi J. G. BUT GUM A N. 421 Market street. F OR RENT—A tine second-story front room i the Gazette building. It is central ; i the best business squares make other light trade. Lut Rent low. Apply at 416 Market street, un the p a es. ul the city, and w excellent »hop tor a merchant tailor ce pleas; . î > l »vH. OR RENT. -A Baker f Apply tu WM. BKIGUL F -1 Ice Cream >al ;anJl-t; | LAM) MUST BK. (LUAKF.I 1 Npriu^ pUntiurf »I th»'-*s wb To make room for my i The best oppuruiuitv want to plunt apples. 1 noo -e :r off«re otter ov 200,000 No. 1 APPLE TREES, 3 years old, 6 to à feet high, thrifty st». -It. all warranted true to name This stock sold as above,to clear the Ian 1 , I ih»refu it as folio*:«, at uot Go tüird the u , ail p i 12 cents each, 41 ) per bun Ire 1 , Orders b\ mail will receive prompt attenti Catalosues of apples aud other fruiH sent tr a on applicat thoai.ii. .1 i It i MMM 1*11 Pf l l KS, Great Northern aod^outhera Nurserio . Wil deoil '»a kingtuu. Du!. 1 x 10 K REN 1 --New H .use. Nu 1 Ul II ir 3 risen street, cloven r> improvements, bay win lo Possessif 1411 Harrison *treot. m^. all modern [J*} ■». ihren Ftorie ; »Î"! cl l..* uro ..tiSJ ob* -l for the of * T'rees must lie ^oii ! 1 *>} C.rci to theso tint Tho heat.-tpjr.uni.y e.rr ■ish to buy FRUIT TREES AND OTHER ISTursery Stock, s VCU .V. APPLE. PEACH. CUERRV, APRICOTS, NfC lAtvINES, 911 ADE aNI» ORNaMKM'AI TUBES. KVBKiirtKENÿ. SMALL FRUIT PLAMs AND SHRUBBERY, the out rear L sus ar Apfle Tree-(and 4 years-. 11 , el mm. ihr i , 0 to 12 feet hitfä. All stock ituaruntee l t: u > ( • niiuo. an 1 fulil this spring Apple Trees 10 S 7 o per thousnu t. AU other Stcek will be »uld I'trlnj* li. m c had of tha u?ual prico. <»r»lcrf> by miil 6 centi each. S 3 per hun«lret *ud l! l o t iled Cutalogu*'« "i Eruit proiLi tiy. I (UàQiCV.t \! Trees en: freo by ur* \ bv udd rr-soin»«. \Y. M. PI l Eh Centrevl A, N febl 2 diw a ur^lo county. Dei. and he Ogle Todd him of was tor Ac., but eweet the a by v A CARD. We desire to call attention to tbe lact that a Schoiuskrr Hlauu van be obtuiued directly from u», the maker.-, ui about ouo hail the price usually paid to agenP. uu l fc 1 les^ (bau that which id offen paid ft au in(erior*iu-tt u tuent Tbe »chômai Un Plano ts tbe very Uudiur standard instrument, aud basa world wide repu tation, aud is so acknowledged by Iht* lir>t a.rtiste*. amateurs, aud many tbousau J ot oui boit citizens who have them in use. Our Large Capital and extensive facilities (or manufacturing, enables us to turn out the^e superb instruments at such reduced prices thut it would be worse than folly to buy what iscom ly called a "cheap pluuo," while the^e cele brated instruments can be had at tbe low prices at which ws now propose to sell them. Write or send for onr llluetrated t ala logise and price llet s a siving full and precise description oi (tylee, Ac. Mailed tree on arpUta tflna. fiCUOUACKGF & CO . Wsrcrosmi IH03 Chnluut Sr, PH 1 LA.DSL 1 'H 1 A. fektkeodSa ■b HOTELS AND STABLES. J)~E£K PAHK aom, NEWARK. DELAWARE, M. CLAYTON, Proprietor TKi 3 is the finest House in Nts. a ► I.earlr lie.; ao .1 trrt claai ia vve,y respect. Rooms Urge and . a ventilated and handsomely ,, brrnt-hed in euiia! suitable 1 er tbe ®* Families rnd Wedding Porti«, i'i «as " r cr «hreugh the IV,, , « . . n ' 11 *" »greeahle reetin g placj. sit. *"' J ier Ur Edarfitr; talten at low feblS-Sta *• I'' '..iMlU.-.t I IV si ( S'F' JOHN S HOTEL, '° *"■> market siueet, WILMINOTt N, CFL , Is Lef t en tfci FITJ KOPB A tM w«Ltan ixj a .jT otiyjrka you rurc iâti cjfcrat leae: £ity meu. * the »rv «lie,- publt.'* ii invited to '•'•VIF, MjLANAN. — .___Proprietor. ifci. i.i f >c , , I.'■•.Isin i ft 1 Le «iteiiri.^T iLc T..Lu' •ii ■v i -* t î WESTEBN HOTEL, -|S. E. Coraer 4 th & Orange Sts. c. J. KYLE.IPr^prtx foRt j , r>i,î ah >vj A >u-o bu I I h-'te ref««: n Iq cjin ajfs, luj Ia liir filled with . aai th-j tabla aï'irjf Tr-in • »m moisted at d aftîQtivo h.iït * o '**ô is *«*i I ut racapti&.i of » tid fi«**- » r'• r the ill rcMi -difshiiel '*arr, X it the iii.irix t t » i rd er» , - - hog a u-x. a i! ü jbli • Ml; gu b !l" <i .'Li I,. it ... I 'S-, . I ■ . I' lui ll.lt »7 A u »I K 14 lK'iCNU Ms »-I » , Ullit NT AND JEFFERSON stable* STREETS. AT FRi Wiluiin%'t«n, Dekware. ii > 1 l*>* the J tv or week wtUi oi P*:, n i ,.r r»nt and • tw Lire, funeral* E W. LEWIS, « "id IC-.U alten I. I ntliDUt driv c .;cJ. id.' t, ,7 i:fi'£kson house; A "IF CASTLE, r-E/. JOHN \V*. GRAY, Proprietor. 1 Tbii e i ho 1 «arge anj be 4 ti r u'.l>' situât* il»«, bas h repair for tbe put iu the very Mtora. who will find Ft it elAbe UiuiuJoti 2 at ut a FIR â T class hotel, i the Delaware li-iy. u d lelifc'hUul place' pic-niod. i ua hou-e ub eht.ic dnnks. and ihe tabl tial* and luturied l arrive l»y fidbiu«; or bo be ac c.. ui Hi i . a ut tho iuo*t pleaiau*. iu the itute : or oxcuriioos or a kei t lu the bedt style, lh* S liquors and mal. supplied wuh tha a u betau - tua uurket. Excurd ionien <• * r . ,r r id. Parties who wish to go i ndirn;»*n the noble De'aware, cau uiv»d ited with suitable boitn. "1 he patruii* -e *»t thu public id res pc ttully solicifed. jy:- tr bar tille 1 *. J. W . GRAY. Beal Estate Gantts. -.X.M .v fill I,Fit, KK 4 L ESTATE AGENTS An» -A I O l io N l'J î : K 8 , N, W, C«r, 4th and Kinit Streets» I'l.RSONAl MLES ATTENDED 10 . • • vol tr -ui thee roar of 4 th wal Kinz 1 ** 4 « flute »N », 6 '>; .Market it» -îst, tj which wui ii | rti sir. tr» = . ur Ir »lue j v J. K, FRAZER. I » N 4 11 . \ A N ( h H. i RKAt. ESTA I E. AGENT LOÜtîciù/ ol Rent* àuJ 6iiiSi H. U.t«ir. Illlith t N il.SkJ 1 HLtsV Ji STATEMENT. .1 Jay i f January. ity lata Crass it. D , la. 4 . i II.' I i>it;, the t : - il i \C>'" I th truia (he i ■» th - talc, 1 à. IU tho t : ol the :DU'.i 1 t . 41 Ellll t t • - Ami -1 uo tu H r. m î ..b- • ■ •t r u c: ti:e fiaa-;;-«: Ami l. It.» and. 1 er i?t ; \*-eniM., entitled * An [ » uysiers.*' a^ae.t u th . : Mr ' I. L* PH 191 'A .•nie: • the scboal Fun 1 — debt and depusited to th* surtr. E 3 fellows, in \\ h. I« ■tl Ui i 111 ti ; > 1 , he M rU 1 k 1 Link. Dover. »scC'r*etuvrn, Delaware A?i! uitural C l'ege Funds in ir .83 : uitural Cullege Fund - Delaware Stute Bunde of .e it: haul!» ot l'ru j • '•! M CO ruier ! i 4 . *ud he r (•> of h t Air; eute 1 iled \! vi >j ,x; *, ach. -li'.OCd THOM A 3 E. RECORDS, L G. \ aNDEKuiUFT. D BRA 1 NARI» FRRKI 3 , WILLIAM I. CLOUGH. DOCT. J . T. rhoMPSON. CotamittM. B. l»IcK - 'N, Clerk tu th«Cuumitie« m Im A H. Jt>. Wc tNTAKB, VTHvLESaLE Fill Kt'l'iiL DEALER IN 11 A U 1 ) W A R E, C JUTIdKRY, tbe hail (bau repu the^e it cele prices ala PAINTS OHS CLASStVkC. I •JOI» M -V AW h.r sTH tsttex. janJ-dly I QKORGI! VICKERS, ATTORN KY AT LAW, l lirali rloun. krnl fn, M.l. II W. SUKER», ATTORNEY AT. I.AW.do , ,p » Hl,. » _^ _ A. I 730 R REST—Lurk» Fro Hi noom. fcqoni-nerx Jj 4 Jt it irk«t nreet. Apply al Au »tee.