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A HD STATESMAN le published gvery
Æ^Hassiswï'îînîasû.-.
»bla i® ,J , T |^ie month», and no paper discontinued uutll
I ai» '^lage* **• pil4, unlessat the opt Ion of the puli
''•"SÆ'ÂoVbbbbbo'.lm.« .1 tk. »d,.,
^JiIjkKTUBSMBBTd uot „.-ooiltiiK n K.ioai-uwm b« I»;
^ I ihm* time» foroue dollar and 8l*ty cant», and
r'^iK.r-'-yanbae.luent IuaerUon ; longer ones
'"^ , î'wârŒÂ D .ent without atatlug the time
^ ro be publlebed. will be continued until they
tkay 10 „ . Guarded according to the above tenna.
•'t  SÎîi? Ldd.l Ad,.HI,»r" I. »Irlrlly limitai
lbaptl |iohIu»hv; and ail advefllMBKHtls
tolhalr own well na »II advert In
for lh * ^(Mmmedfately^inneeted with their own bn»|
To ,od Friday«, our advertiser* are In
B „| t ,.unlue.dy»an> V handed tu prevlnua to
'"ftSak. A M-.OB Monday» and Thursday»
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OITW H3 ATTIC II».
irW'K ARK BUM.INO
Meî» all wool Caa». Bll». Conta«» low ««
.. " Pants JJ»*
m " Vests
flic
Whole Puits .*10.00
0.00
3.50
a;no
Coats for
Pants "
Vest» "
Uetter
For
Whole Suits.*12-99
Coats foi
Paul« "
Vest« "
H.0I)
4.1X1
aud
3.00
" Whole Suits.*15
The garments we arc rapidly selling at
above uamed prices arc all good well-made
,nd serviceable, well adapted to business or
ordinary wear. The prices arc less than
belt those for which flame goods have been
Advancing from these, wo have all grades
up to tbe finest French and English labi le«,
which are Hold at proportionately low prices,
iu style and tit, and
—tbe «mall quantity
old
arc Burpassed by
Sothiig mamSaciured generally this soa
»ou having given us an unusually good chance
lor «electing our workmen lrom the best m
tbe dty. Our goods have ull been nurebns
eJ lor cash irom manulacturer« and Impor
ten at far les9than cost, which enables ua to
wotl at thv ft)w prices named.
BOYS* DEPARTMENT.
We ark Belling
Boys' all-wool Cass. Coats as low ns.* t.t
' *• " Pauts " * . 2.99
Whole Suits.*5.00
Conta for. 4.90
Pants
•• Better
. 3.00
>• •• " Whole Huit« .*7.00
Ami all liner grades nt prices equally low
-matle ami trimmed in the best manner,
from a choice select ion ot suitable fabrics.
Our Hoys goods are all on tbe first door,
unreal the trout, convenient for Indies.
Wo have the largest establishment for the
manufacture and sale of Clothing in 1 iuln
Jelphia, occupied exclusively by ourselves
autl filled with the largest stock and most
lomnlete assortment in the city.
W* guarantee our prices lower than the
the «ale cancelled and
lowest elsewhere,
money refunded.
Utilf my between L HJSNNET1 A Lo.,
Fifth and -! Towkii Hall,
Sixth Hthkkth. ffilH Market St., Phil nun.
Noth.—W e have recently renovated und
refitted our establishment, and introduced a
vaitly increased amount of light by
process, the effect ot which is well worth
OTTruth Extracted Without Pain.
-Dr. Wm. D. Nolen, No. 219 West Fourtb
fitreet, iu tliiH city, informs the public, Hint
he Ima taken great pain« to perfect himself
in luauufacturing ami administering the
Nitrous Oxide Ga«, and having visited New
York and received full instructions from tbe
Colton Dental Association, he is pre
pared to extract teeth without gunny patient*
tug pain, or producing any sickness or dis
agreeable «enflât ion«. The gas leave« the
system entirely iu two or three minutes,
aud will succeed with persons on whom
rklorofortn or ether have been tried in vain.
Nitrous Oxide Laughing Gas is admitted by
«11 the Dental and Medical Journals lobe
ihe best anaesthetic for tooth drawing
employed, und la entirely harmless in i1
«•Deration.
IV \Vibtar'b Wild CnitRRY Bai.'bam.—
This Rnlflftmir comfiniiutl liasLucoiiiti a Imine
fixture. Lei all who flutler, untl have '
kU«in|ite(l to cure tlielr cotiRlin, cold«, hron
thial nr pulmonary complaints, make use ol
this unequalled remedy. It ca» I'»- i*4*li»*tl
upon, as tlie mass of testimouy tliul has been
published iihre It» Introduction is amplo prool
of Ua efficacy.
üriiuükliig and Collecting Office of John
Mi Lear A Hon, No. »07 Market Street.
Collection * made on all accessible point«.
5-W» and 7-30's bought, »old and »-x
chauged. A constant mipply of all classer,
hand and tot.
gold or ctir
Yoik, issued
of Government securities
wie. Drafts payable either i
icncy on Philadelphia
M lowest ralës of exchange.
OTU. B. Coupons, due July 1 «t, wanted
at liest rates. We are prepare«!
'Iratts navable on demand,
zerltuu, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Hus
ilk, Denmark, Hwadeu, Norway, Italy, Por
tugal, Spain, and South America. \Vc con
tinue to issue bills for i'l and upward«,
England aud Ireland, at lowest rates.
John McLkar & Son, Bankers,
No. »07 Market Street.
New
•c, Swit

GVMohn McLearÄ Bon, Bankers, No. »»<
Market Btreet, have for sale 50 share« Union
National Bank, GO share« of National Bank
"1 Wilmington ami Brandywine, IH shares
"t First National Bank, 59 shares ol Far
mere U&nk, 10 shares Delaware Fire Insur
, and a tine lot of Delaware Kail roan
block.
tr-LadieByour attenttou is coiled to the
assortment of Furs, Breakfast Shawls, Hon
tags, Hoods, Children's Backs, Capua and
Qaittra, Hoop Bkirts, Corseta, Infant Waist«,
Embroideries, Lace Collars and Handkcr
f'liiefs, Hosiery, Gloves und Trimmings in
treat variety, at Lizzie H. Lounshury's, 313
Market Street
US'* CLARK B INDELIBLE PENCILS.—1'OT
G
Sold
Market Street
US'* CLARK B INDELIBLE PENCILS.—1'OT
walking liuen autl muslin this pencil is a
great Improvement over indelible ink,
will not dry up, ia much more economical,
and there is no risk of blotting. For sale
at Wilson's Pharmacy, No. »08 Market
Street, eaet side.
3TThb Perfect Sewing Machine.—
The Wilcox.* Gibbs is
rospects and
Oil;
Ull
superior
simple iu construction that
givo a perpetual guarantee to keep in
"filer all purchased ot ub. The agency ia at
*J°. 517 Market Htreet, opposite tlie City
John O. Cole, Agt.
•itf'Fiue French Woven Corsets, a full
lin$ of Black Velvet Ribbons
mated Steamboat and G. F. brands, which
will be sold at very low prices by the yard
<*r piece. You will find that you can
luouey by purchasing your goods of
Dur motto ia quick soles and small profits.
Storoopen till 8 o'clock, P. M.
John E. Frock,
705 Market Street,
Next to St. Paul's Church.
ii'.n.
I tho cell*
tar.Tnat opened u large lot of Spring
mIdvcb for Ladies, Misses aud Children, con
»istluRof White, Huff und oilier colors of
Berlin, of the best quality; also, Jouviu'h
JW Gloves, all al the very lowest prices.—
i *11 autl examine, hb I have a very large
kwwrlnient to selecl from. Store open till
»o'clock, P. M.
John E. Frock,
705 Market Street,
3tl door aliove 71 It Street,
^aiNiiHt received a lot ot tin* very fine»!
b«w cron Teas to be found in the city» 11
'try excellent Black Tea *1 per pound; and
"«««en *1.35 per pound. Also Japan Ten
and EugiiBb Breakfast Tea very choice ul
Jamkb Chippen's,
No. 3 West, Third Streei,
Wilmington, Del.
ïWHrfriorratorh, Water Cooi.khu,
J*e Cream Freezertt, at the Wilmington
House Furnishing und Store Emporium,
»»Market Street, Wllmlr. «toe,'Del. ,
^Brandy and Whiskey, u pure article
alweve he had of
H. B.Bringhur«t, Apothecary. I
Jl&r 4 Drugs
Uringhurst, No. 317 Market street, would
Inform the the public that ho still continues
to give particular attention to the
mg of prescriptions at all hours or the day
or night. lie keeps
kinds of fancy articles, drugs, medicines,
chemicals, patent medicines and perfumery,
as well as hair brushes and tooth brushes,
combs, fancy extracts, cologne water, toilet
soaps, hair preparations, &e., which he will
sell at Philadelphia and New York prices.
He also lias on baud a large stock of the
most popular ami reliable patent medicines,
warranted genuine and sold at market prices.
Mr. Hringhurst has lmd
Chemicals. — n. R.
I
»mimt
assortment of all
î years experi
ence in the husiuess, employs none but the
most competent clerks, ami
given that I lie most implicit confidence nitty
he nhiecil in having prescriptions carefully
correctI y coinpoumled.
in
tSPFor till lauiuiry purpose« use Neoteric
Soap, manufactured by Harris & Co., ub it
«lives time, labor ami expense ami is recom
mended by tbe following named well-known
cilir.ens whose families bave used it. witli
oulire satisfaction and to whom we refer by
permission:—
I I'.sbf. Biiarp, Francis Barky,'
K. f'. Stothkniuhig, .Ioskpit Alldrhoicr,
I AM ICH C. AlKtN,
William Fortkr,
Cl ICO KG E S. C
-loHICPIl l'YLK,
A. ( 'llUMLlHII,
H. F. Durk,
•KLI.R, DOCT. HiIKI.P,
Capt. Job. Godfrey
ttSTTiiK Champion Clothe« Wringer
—Tiik Hebt in Use.— Tbo Cbampion is
flic- only wi iiiRer in ust* with tbe Patent Cog
WIntel Holler Regulator which allows tin*
roller« to separate amt adjust
etuis without
llOtll
•nuratiug tbo cog wheel«.
Wilmington House Furnish
For Sab- nt Tbe
iiignntl Store Emporium.
Pickel« & Cotter.
219 Market Street.
! Black I,ace Veil», Lace Hami
•e Collars, Laces, Braids, Bind
ings, llibbons, Gimps, Buckles, Clasps, and
Clonk and Dress Buttons
aud nt the very lowest market prices. Store
open till H o'clock, P. M.
.*HT F
Ucrclibils, I
great variety,
n E. Frock,
795 Market, Street,
3d tlonr above Seventh Street,
Next to St. Paul's Church.
.1
IIOUBKKKKPKR8. —We
Bttf-AN Item
give good soap in Exchange (or all kind» of
old grease, or will pay cash for
livered at our works. Harris & C«..
Steam Soap and Candle Works,
Cor. Water and Orange Streets.
dc
myi)ixoN & Son's Dram Flasks.—W e
have just importeil direct, the finest assort
ait <•! these llartka ever in this city aud
a low figure.
H. H. Hringiiurst,
317 Market, tttreet.
û^f 4 Parian Tablet, Magnolian Tablet, Ve
netian Poudre and Poudre de Toilette; and
also all Ihe preparations for Ihe hair—with a
great variety of perfumery—for «ale at Wil
'« Drug and Prescription store, 998 Mar
ket Street, east side.
an mHI I be
ßVCiiAMoia Skins.—A lot. of Biiperior
ust received
ilson's Drug
(large size) Chamois Skins, j
and lor «ale at low prices, at VV
Hioro, No. 90S Market Street, east side, four
door« above the Hank of Delaware.
line of Ladies' and
ter .lust received
Misses' Fine Cotton Hosiery, at very low
prices. Ladies call and examine before pur
duiHiug elHcwhcre. Store open till 8 o'clock,
1*. M. John E. Frock,
705 Market. Street,
3d door above 7th Streets.
CITAI Lizzie S. Louosbury'8, 318 Market
Street, will he found a well «elected stock of
Meriuoes, roplitis, Plaids, All-Wool Du
Laines, Mohairs,Shawls, Blankets, Flannels,
Cassilucres, Ac., &c., which will bo sold
lower than the lowest, (/'all and examine
lier slock before purchasim;.
HajrThe finest assortment ol washing
soap, also Taylor's Toilet Soap in great
variety, and pure imnoitcd white and mot
llcd fHsiile soap at Ja mrh Crippkn'b,
No. 3 West Third Street,
Wilmington, Delaware.
£®".l Leggett has still some very superior
Violins and banjos, both new and second
hand, which he will sell extremely low. No
asonable oiler for any ol these instruments
Music Store, (tlfi Market
a
by
will hi* refused.
Street.
my<; 15 Thompson & Co.'s Non-Kx
plosive Dinning Oil. To this oil we would
cull particular attention; it is just what it is
represent cd to be, non-explosive.
MTUsc Harris & Co.'s Neoteric Soap tor
washing clothes as it has been provtu by
actual test that oue pound is equal to two
ami oiic-luilf pounds of brown soap, ami
guarantee il not to injure the Huent fabric.
Try it and he convinced. Hold by all grocers
tSTSbirts, Collars, Drawers, &t\, &c.
,'cll, look well, and wear well
ol
that pay
giving the most untiro satisfaction
ctiHlonter, may I*<' got at the original and
leading Gents' Furnishing Store, No. 517
Market Street, opposite City Hall.
John C. Coi.R, Agent.
! be
house; terms
possession immediately. Apply to
Gkohgk 11. Tindall,
No. 423 Last Fourth Street.
Or at »bop IU West Street, 2d story.
Dress
Rai.k.—O ne
*4T F
Mr.liiflt received » lar«e lot ol
those
Or at »bop
Dress
House
at
Mr.liiflt received » lar«e lot ol
Trimming« or tbe latest Hpring style«, c
Hinting of Jet un*l Crystal Drop and Bugle
Uiinps. Store open till H o'clock, P. M.
John E. Frock'b,
705 Market Street,
B^y.lusl received from Boston, Water
's patent Bifli'iiit, Roll, Cake, and Egg
., commonly called Gem Pan«, for aale
ul tbe house-warming and ventilating es
tablishment of .
Pickki.8, Weaver A Co.,
Nos. 7 und U East Fourth Street,
g^jy- You r an get. New York Dried Plums,
Turkey Prunes, «lried Cherries, dried Black
berries, peared and unpeared Peaches and
AmdoH. James Crippem,
No. » West Third Street,
gratis
C
1.
tbe
IST Bocket -hooks and pocket knives
1 extremely cheap, are always
J. Lkooett's,
No. »1» Market Street,
jar* Butter.— The finest Roll Butter will
Jamf.s Crippkn'b,
No. 3 West Third Street,
Wilmlngtou, Del.
atf^Thompsoii & Co.'s Non-Explosive
Burnimt GU i» Ihe best and safest oil in tlio
ranikel Fir« to»l (113). Ask lor it, ami lako
no other.
■kÿ'-G. B. Thompson & Co., Factors
Wauzeka Non-Explosive Burning Oil,
Wauzeka Oil Works,
• Wilmington, Del.,
Office, 8. E. cor. Seventh and Shipley.
narSnve your life and property by using
G B Thompson & Co.'s Non-Explosive
Burning Oil. The lire test iB guaranteed.
Sold by grocers and druggists.
variety
hand at
he fourni at
oar Ask your arugitat ami grocer Ira
Thomason & Co.'s Uon-Buploeive Burning
Oil; » ia tlie best in llie market, ami will not
explode.
Swh vo tiu money.—R emember tbe Pelawar
Hunk is looated at the office of William
MoCaulley, Eaq , No. GO» Market afreet, Wil,
minglou, Del., and iff opened everyday to re
oeive deroBils. Allamounta received from oue
dollar upward«, and five per cent, lutereet paid
tho same from tho lay of depoeil .
Wm. MoUaullky, President.
Joue I*. ItuTB.Seo'v.
CUIlAltliE.
UDNSUMPTIUN
Dr. J. SIMMS & SON'S
WU1TE PULMONIC BALSAM.
ÇioN ami lu uncase will it fall where theoonslilutlon
>keu down with preteuded medlcluee and
alt CLroulc
of hMUOl
iMsperttnc
i U g
Bronchial
till Cough», c
promptly and quickly
.
_, Chronic
„ Aethma. Broncliltl», Whooping Cough.
Min.rliievH of Breath, Spitting of Blond, »orenes« of Ibe
Breital, Pain aud Tightn«»» lu the Breast, Catarrh o I ihe
Broad HoaifBue«», Measlee, Cough*. Sc. Il l* a power
ful expect .rani, with tonic alterative and diffusive pro
iiertlee, aud stand» unexcelled, if rarely equalled, In cur
iuu «U ili»eaeei of Ihe Throat and Lung«. Il ha» cured
Asthma of ten year» staudlug. 1 u Croup H U a perfect
spociilc. It act» a» chemical food, and will nana up
wi'akeiieil aud emaciated const It uliona.
in many cures of apparently hopeless
«... .....
..V auarulitre it alt uie represent it lobe.
IMtfi'K 50 'CENTS. «mail «Usd, aud >»rg« sited
by expie-» to any part of th*
Purely pai'Ked, on receipt of the money.
..j, „ 8 oN,
DKAI.KKS IN Pi RK FaUILV MlDlCIHM,
Fourth and Kiug Street», Wilmington, Del
11
and
Ten
, » c .,, ...a Job.«.«, u«.i..-«
ffiafipWa; and at retail by i> F. Burton
"udCowgiii * son, d*>«' • ^ dMl » r * ln " ,dk, *|ÄÄÄ r
I wn«r u .
1
reiiied y
have proven
ERA
SPECIAL NOTICES.
1IIOS* WHO DK8IIIB BRILLIANCY OF COMPLKX
Ö and uurlc-h tlie blood, which Helui
Extract of Sarsaparilla iuvariably
I
bold'» Oouceu
. Ask for Uelmbold's. Take no other.
DR. GARNER.
el
of
i
OF NEW YORK,
Respectfully Intbrma the citizens of Wllulugton aud
viol ally .that lie can be consulted at hl» office,
AT THE DELAWARE HOUSE,
AGAIN
THURSDAY
FRIDAY«
JUNE 6th and 1th.
wbcb due
Regularly after that Urn* luonlbly,
uotloe will be given, >■'*
Dlseaeea of the Liver,
Dyapepaia,
Consumption,
Catarrh,
Bronohltia,
Asthma,
Throat and Lunga.
Its
In
to
see
CANCERS CURED
of
on
WITHOUT THE UriE OF THE KNIFE.
16
Y
Pi Gamer treat» dtsMVM of IH« Throat, l.uug», Catarrh
aud Aittiuia, by the use of
MEDICATED INHALATION.
Dr. Gainer ha» luveuted iustiduienl» ,by which
directly applied to
the
Medicated luhaiatlou« c
frontal
and Ihie direct appitoaUju
curing those dlaeaw«.
Nanai openlug«, T
method fo
CONSULTATION FREE,
Hut for an EXAMINATION made with
and Keaperoiueter, a fee or THakv hou.aks
any tiling,
. Garner's »ysteui
Larlog»i«op*
Invalide pleaae
caring Catarrh
. As it doe»
i-ail and
Asthma and diseased L
Any one de«lrou« or haviug my opinion io any ca»e
will always receive the same candidly. If application be
made In person, 1 am geuerallv able to lofonu tbe lui|ulr
er whether or uot a cure can be effected ; If uot, wbelbei
relief cau be given, and to what extent.
Dr. Garner does not pretend *
from hi« experleu-e of tweuty-lhree year»'
rope and this country, I» prepared
disease», ....
— sit les lu Ec
Treat all Curable Cases.
For further particular», reference» and t»Uluioul»l«,
SEND FOB A CIBCULAR.
dcctft- a
EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS.
Yoiiug uieu who wish to ouallfy tliemselve« Tor Bu«l
•I« Idle, baveuii«i|ualladadvantagu«foi doing »o al
CRITTENDEN'S
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
PHILADELPHIA.
ThleCollegeocouple* the whole upper portion of three
„tones of the large double building at tbe N. K coruer of
. . . 'ell lighted,
convenience
SEVENTH Street.i,
up In a style of slegam e
which Ih uuiurpaesod
The instruction given here I» of the most practical and
ItUMiaest-llke ■•haracier. The appreciation ol its value is
»howu by Ihe fact that during the paet year uearly euvon
hundred etudeut« were in atfeudauce, and also by the
readinaMN with which it* graduate« ««cure lucrative
altuatlous, aud the large number of application» made
to tbe College for them.
Tbe course of inetroctiou l ud udes
BOOK-KEEPING,
CHESTNUT
is
which is taught in all He department» and application»,
iust a» it ia practiced by the b»»t accountant» and bu»l
uess men. Each student open«, write« out nnd closes
several »el of book« adapted to the various brauche» o
trade ; make» out in proper form the various papers used
iu busin«««, such a« Promissory Notes, Receipts, Ac
' , Businas» Letter»,
tlie large
Carrent», Account
Balance Sheet»
v artet y et
, «... instructed in '—
Lotion»and ruitomsofImtln»«» life.
PENMANSHIP.
Î besiue»» man, receive»
hod of luulruclton pursued
Important
especial atteuttuii, aud the
b«w il well calculated to make elegdut «ud laplu peumen
COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC,
lueludlug Intere»t. Profit aud Lobs, Averaglug Acc
Exchauge, Ac., I» taught Iu It» »holiest aud r
* > ?5o!»m**mi Law, Mathsmatio», aud DiTii-riNaCotig
Niitkh, «10 Included in the course of luRlructlon
TELEGRAPHING
,th by Souud and on Paper I« taught t.y
> Goal and experieuoed operators, arid every taoilkty
is afforded for acquiring a full knowledge oi all the
Uiluutlx ot the profession.
A department .
uf ladles for lustrnctlou Iu tbl» branch. Ihegieat
iiiureaelug demaud for couipoteul uperaloi», offen
usual opertuul*' «for remunerative empluytueut.
iuetrui'tk" I« given to each .rodent separately,
those who Wi«h i.. enter for any particular brauch can do
most ap
be
of the best
reception of
■ ...
i'h« time ueually required for lh« complet« Counting
House Cour««« varies from eight to twelve week«, ac
those who Wi«h i.. enter for any particular brauch can do
R
uow
ON
i'h« time ueually required for lh« complet« Counting
House Cour««« varies from eight to twelve week«, ac
cording lo the number of hour« dally devoted lo it. A
bandaom« Diploma, with the leal ot tb« Institution «t
tacked, I» awarded cn graduation.
Stndaut» are r«ceiv»d at any time, and are lustincled
at such hours as may best ault their «ouveuienro.
,Jro.,may be obtained
T
ing
Catalogne» containing
gratis on application. I
KJ-CaiTTx.vnB»'» »«rlesol Prectleal Tra«\l»e*
KBBH.vu, and June* Saaawoon'a leulure» 1
Commercial Law, for sale at tbe Collage
•indents.
S. H. CRITTENDEN & CO.,
NEWARK AGAUEMY.
Prof Edward D. Porter, Frinoipal
SESSIONS—18M.
The bulldlugs and gronud« have been placed In
olete order and tilled ap with uew furniture especially
adapted for the comfurt and eouventenc# of «rodants
Room« are lurnt.hed for the oldest hoya, a« In College«,
privai« ftudy, free from (he confn«lon aud restraint ofa
The Course of luatructlou la thorough and practical,
designed to flt our young meu foradmlselou to onr best
Colleges, or for tbe aotlvedutleaef tbe farm, «hop or
C °By t th* liberality of tbeBoardolTrusteea tb (-Academy
1. furnished with a library of 12,000 volumes, and one of
tbe heel eoltectlena of Chemical and Philosophical appa
ratus lu the United States—thu» affording tacillllas for
aciiuirlnga complete Soleutltt« aud Mathematical educa
tion far superior to most school at u our couutry.
Tbe best Teacher» will be employed aud t
spared lo secute tbe proper,moral, meutal and phv»leal
tralulog ofthe young men entruktsd to blseare. Terms
Newark. Del.
IN THA SPRING MONTHS TUB SYSTEM NATUR
L ally undergo«« a change, and Helmbold« Highly Cou
coatrated Extract of Sarsaparilla la an assistant Of the
grostast value.
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF THE PROTOXIDE
OF IRON, «applies the blood with Us LIFE KLKMBNT,
Ibe whole
IRON, giving strength, vigor and
If tbe tboussude who
suffering from DY8PEP8IA,
DEBILITY, FRMALB WKAKNB8HB8, Ac.,
PERUVIAN 8YRUP, Ihe effect
would please
, "all gone,"
be ekeerlul, vigorous aud
would got only astoulab themselves,
all their friends; for Instead of feeling >•
miserable, they
A DISTINGUISHBD JURIST WRITES TO A FRIEND
A8 FOLLOWS: „
1 have tried tbe Peruvian 8yrup,«ud tbe result fully
«ustalua your prediction. It ba* made a New MAN ot me,
infused Into my system uew vigor aud energy; '
longer tremulou« and debilitated, a» when you last »aw
me? but stronger, heartier, and with larger capacity for
labor, mental and physical, than at any lime during ihe
last five years."
Thouiands have been changed by the une of thu remedy
from weak, tiekly, infer inf creature), to strong, healthy,
and happy men an t wmitn -, amt invalide cannot return
ably hesitate to give it a trial .''
Tbe genuine ba» ••PbxuvIAN Svxur'' blown In tbe|gl»s*'
* 32 !'«• '""'""•J.TwmmoÏÏ;
(juueilm
.36 Dey blreet,
49-80LD BY ALL DRUOaiSTb
TO CONSUMPTIVES. ,
Tbe advertiser, bavlug been restored lo health tn a f»w
wuek» by a very «Impie remedy, after having «nffared for
»•Tera 1 year« wllh a isver. lang affection, and that dread
OlaMM Consumption— I» anxlou» to make known to hl»
follow euffsrers the means of
To all who desireU, be will »end a copy of ihepresertp
Uou used (free of eh»rg«). «>• directions lor prepar
ing and using the »»me, which they will And a «dhs odkb
for ConeoMPTioi*, Awnna, «i'f«™, Cnouus, Coios^ and
nil Throat and l.nug Affeollon». The only object of the
advertiser In sanding tbe Prescription I» to benettt tbe
afflicted, and spread Information which be couoetve» lo
be Invaluable, and he hop*» every sufferer
remedy, ae It will cost tb&rn nothlug, aud
btatiriug Parties wishing Ihe preacrlpltun,
^"*-*R*I v'ltDW A RO A WIL 80 B,
mylO-lyw Williams bur g, Kings Co , New York.
Deafness, Blindness ana Catarrn
Treated with the utmost aucces«, by Dr. J. ISAACS
Oculist and Anrlst,(formerly of Leyden, Holland.) No.
619 PIN*Btreet,Philadelphia. Te.tlmoulal. from the
molt reliable «ourefl» In the City and County can be seen
, hip office. Theimedlcal faenlty are luylled to ar
ê.,moanv their patwnts, a* he ha» no aecrels In hie prac
tlro P A^TIFCM,L EYKS.InserteJ, wlthoai pain. No
«barge made for examination. w2$-ly
Ibe
ihe
pro
up
r
'i I
p bTta
lli:LnUOLD'8
CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT
SARSAPARILLA.
ERA UICATKS ERUPTIVE and ULCERATIVE DISEASES
THROAT, NOSH, ETES, E FEUDS, SEAU',
and SKIS,
eh »o disfigure the appearauce, I'U HIM NU
el ^TmÄT'SKtaiÄ 'etT""
^.•ÄiÄS'ÄiJS'SÄ.». «a» ..
Drtïk, d »u # d on!biuie 'ta Ät* â'a gaUn? oiMb" Hynîp west
of Saiaaiiarllla, or the decoction» hh ueually made ! by
An Interesting letter ie published III flie Medico Chirur- » "•
i »l Review, ou the cubjtct of tbe Extract <>f Suisspa |
ii• in r-Hrimln affaetloiiM. hv Beniamin Travel», F. K 8, leet,
evil
O
Speaking or those diseases,aud dlaeaso» arising from
excess or me.cury, he »late» 'That, no i.miedy is
eijual to the extract ot Sarsaparilla ; II» power I» rxliaor
dlnary, more «o than any other drug I
Willi It I«, In the strictest hhuss, a toui
valuable attribute, that It Is applicable t
system so tiuuken, and yet so irritable
substances of the ionic das» unavailable
IIKIjRI BOIjO'M
Concentrated Extract Sarsaparilla.
feistablished upwards of elgbteeu years.
PRKPAKKD BY U. T. 11F.LMUUI.D,
Dkouiii.t anii Ciibmist, 591 Bmadway. .8. Y.
ffSul.l) Il y AU. lIHUUGim a. I aprl6-0in.ia
•.
in
•1411a luted
: with «hl» iu
a a »tute of the
1 lenders
r injurious.
witli
by
and
and
I>|(. SOHKNCK'S PUliMtlNIU SYRUP.
. H. Hcbeuck.the Pro
This great medicine c
prletor, of PulmouaryCousumptloii, wbeu It had assumed
Its most formidable aspect, aud when speedy death ap
uouuced his
peared to he Inevitable. Ills physicians
commenced
simple but powerful remedy. UIk health w,
In a very short lime, and no return ot the disease has been
apprehended,for all tbenymptoiusiiulckly disappeared,
hUpreseut weight is move than two hundred pnuuds.
Situe his recovery, lie has devoted hi» atleiitlou ex
clusively to the cure of CoUKUUiptiou,aud the diseases
e usually compllcaled with
«Faded by hi» medicine» have been
truly wonderful. Dr. Scheue k make» professional vielt»
to several of the larger cities weekly, where he has a
Urge coucou rse of patients, audit Is truly astonishing to
see poor consumptives that have to he lilted out of llieli
carriages, and in a few months healthy, robust persouH.
BCflBNGK'B PULMONIC SYRUP, SKA WELD
;, and MANDHAKK PILLS are generally
i|Ulred In curing Consumption. Full direcliou»
pauy each, so that nuy one can take them without seeing
Dr.Hcheuck, but wheu ills convenient it
him. He gives advice free, but for a thorough examina
tion with his Kespiroineter hi» f«e is three dollar».
Pleaieobsei ve when purchasing, that the twoUkenesses
Incurable.
S
y numerous
by
of the Doctor—
tlou. aud the other as be
on the Uovarumeut stamp
Bold by all Druggists
in the last
Dealers. Price $1 60 per
bottle, or $7.50 the half doisti. Letters foi advice should
alway« he directed to Dr. Bebeuck'a Principal
16 North 61 h Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ueueral Wholesale Agents:
Y ; 8. 8. Ilauce, Baltimore.
--: Walker li Taylor.Chicago, III; Cnlltu» Rios.,
Louis, Mu, octl8-3d w, ey. ui. ly.
Barnes & Co., N.
Cl
to
CROFULA.
of
Brooklyn. N. Y., «ays, Iu
«h« Bible Examiner, by way of apology for pt.blinhing a
medical certiorate in bis magazlue.ot tue cure ul hi» only
dissolution appeared ioevltaMe."
grati
. George Storr«.
, of Hcrnfula, ••
'-We publish this statement,
tude to God who ha» answered prayer,
.Anders; being ratlafled
Iodine Water Treatment,
sine will thank Its Editor
Circulars
. 11. Auder»' Iodine Water ia for sale by J. P. DINH
ork, and by all
juMIcs
the reader« ot thin Maga
briuglng to their notice."
, Proprietor, 8G Dey Street,
Druggltda.
ftCltftOHH UK VOCTII.
A Oeutleinau who suffered for year« from Nervous De
bility. Pienuturs Decay, aud all the effect» ot youthful
Indiscretion, will for llie sake of »uttering liumauity .«end
tree to all who need It, the recipe aud direcliou» fur mak
lug tbe «Impie remedy by which lie wan cured. Sufferer*
wishing to protll by tbe advertiser's experience,
ko by addreiiaiug, In perfect conlldenue,
JOHN B. OGDEN,
42 Cedar «treat, Now York.
mylO-lyw
lo
FOE SALE AND TO RENT.
j^tOR SALK.
. A THREE STOKV BRICK HOUSE
, abo"e Fifth »treat.
No. 2. A STORE, DWELLING, Ac., on Fourth »Ue«t,
hetwoeu Market and Kiug «treei». U I» a very d«bliahl«
part uf the city lor buain««» of nuy kiud.
No. 8, FIVE TWO «TORY BRICK HOUSES
Lombard, beiwemi Eleveutf.

Twelfth
A BRICK DWELLING ou Tatnall «(reel,
Becoud
No. 6. A BRICK DWELLING
of Seventh and Freucb
0. A BRICK DWELLING
, Ur»t
8TORE
. Oood buelueSM »land.
«TORE
Weit
»taad for »tore aud boardiug house.
Alto, a aauiber of other lloute» and Lots. Apply
WM.McCAULLKV,
fluff M.trl-I-I -11 • ■ ■ 1 1
SALK.
yALUAULE FARM F
Containing ,140 ac
Brandywine, iu ChriHtiaua huudred, New Caatle county
aud State or Delaware, adjuiulng land» of Murrt» l'aimer
ThoinaH Wilson, aud other«. The buildiuga are au excel
supplied with
pipes Irom apring». There isruuutug water iu every
. Good apple orchard aud great variety ol choice
less, situate
of
is
the
leut htuuo House
Held. .. _ . „
*peare aud grapes. 11 bas 3i> acres ul t hu very besl Brandy
high
wlue uieaduw, with 21) acres ot woodlaud, all in
stateut cultivation ; withtu five miles of tbe Wilmlug
desirable pro
. McCAU LLKY.
llllii Market Street,
Wlluiiugtou,
city Hue. It la a very healthy
party. Apply
Sept. 29, 1806.
o
Ac
IVOR SALK.—-A GOOD TÜRKE STORY BRICK
JL* HOUSE, of modem utyle, having
good dry cellar. The homo, 1» furnished with
aud parlor healer. The loi
having shade tree«, aud a variety .
■mall fruits. I» beautifully situated mi Washington «reel
aud country
elegaut prospect of t<
ouimodating. Po«»e»»ion 2t
. SIS, having
. McCAULLKY,
Odd Market street.
Apply to
l(lE H1XT1I AVENUE BOI SE
without the furniture.
the
do
I
wauled to manage it. Desiring to deyole my timo io
other linslue»«, I will let, at a reasonable taut, to a good
, with tliree huudreil dollars a month ot iioarueis
pleuty of applies
partuei
e with,
wilt he received, 11 one should offer, calculated
manage Hie business, aud make it protiiable.
the home to couimen
. BROWN.
best
f lOlt NALKi Oil EXCHANGE FOR CITY
I'll*U'kill V — A I AHO I '
which is arable), »Hunte between Elklou aud Noith hast
0 mils» from tbe former and 4 luile^ Irom Ibe latter. Ex
outbuildings; well fenced
of
uelleut houee,
ed, with orchard*. If uot »old .. ™
Poseeselon glvau immediately.. Appiv ( ^
6*16 Market street.
jAUli
6*16 Market street.
STORK
»Rer
Castle
I, y
acres
cis
aud
jAUli
R A IOC OPENING.— A «
MANUFACTURING BUSINESS,
tarnished, one of the best I* cation«
uow doing a good protiiable liusmsHS. WILL
ON REASONABLE TEEMS. Advertiser aborU chauging
Investment. Addrese,
Market S
Wilmington. Del.
M
i.H)H KENT...A DWELLING UOUSK. GARDEN
T aud tan or twelve «créa of laud on tha Cauraway,
half mile from Wilmington, the laud »ullabl« Ihr truck
ing or kctpliiK cow«. t'e.»e«»lnn ImmedlaUffy^ Apyly
6ÜU Market »treat,
li
the
to
the
yALUAULK. FARM FOR HALF'.
taluiug two huudred acr«»,
Llou Hundred, New CaitU Couuty. and Slat« oi
the River road, five miles Irom New Castle
, brick house with ll room»,
bouse aud other out build
a healthy and
Delaware,
The bnlldlnge arp ego
good bsru, Sprlug buute, nw u
lag». Also a two story teuaul
desirable property. Applv lo
W. McCAULLKY,
606 Market stiael,
Wlluiiugtou, Delaware.
oot26
A NUMUKK OK llOUBIfiS AND LOTH
FOR HALE, of all size» and price», aud ill every
too Market street
part of
)anl6
L arge buildinu for sale—tiik
UNION CtlL'KCH In Second street near Washington
. The congregation have erected a new aud beauti
ful church at Fifth and Washington, heue« the old
fo", TSÏMÎK M»cm»°8TÎ Ïhd
MANUFACTURERS TAKE NOTICE. Call
nov20-tf BRIGHT A
{
t

of
I .UItt HALE OK HUNT— A NICK LITTLE
' FARM, within 2U miles ol Wilmlngtou, containing
30 acre«, more or Ib»h. Suitable for a butcher or truckur,
beautiful »Ile tor a country seit. Apply to
WM. McCAULLKY,
6(6 Market street.
Jan16
_ VERY FINK FARM
tbe Hrau.ly wlue, about 6mile» frooiWIj
buildings
Jj«OR HALE.
ACRES,
iningtou,
fenced and watered,
the money may reutaiu,
desirable.
WM. McÜàULLKY,
606 Market blreet
to
I«nl6
- TWENTY
good locations —
FUR SALK.
NEW BRICK UuUHKB, h
Pile««, $1.126 aud upwards.
GEO. C.MARI8, Real Estate Agent,
302 Market «tiret.
H SALE OH RENT, POSSESSION FORTH
Wilmlngtou, qf^ 46 £Crei. Fair
604 Market Sl'reet
FU.
building«- Apply to
AptlL 11, 1867.-12
me,
»aw
for
ihe
I VOR URNT,»A SMALL TRUCK FARM OF 10 or
* 12acree.n*ar Wilmington. Pos.esrion iujmedlatriy.
AP APtall i««'» — 12 ' 006 Market*Street
rnilK IIUNSUKIIGEK BUILDING Foil
Thta^flne bulldiug, on tbe coruer of Market and Water
street«, I« now offered for rent, with possession gl»«»
the best «ituatlon
let of December
Coacbmaklug lu Ibe city
octlOlf
WILLIAM
1^011 BALK.—A LARUE lHtlCK B'i'ORK AND
F Dwelling, In Ihi* city, containing 13 room»—or would
be exchanged for a form. Apply to
. MuCAULI.KY,
606 Market Street.
Armi 11,
THK WORST DISORDERS THAT
_ mankind arise from cor ro pilou of the blood.
•Imbold'« Extract 8ai«aparilla I» a remedy of tbe utmost
A FEW
f»w
for
hl»
odkb
and
the
tbe
lo
No.
the
seen
ar
prac- O
No O
*»1
ICYk s' TOMATO HI. AKTS um HAI, K.
A limited number of KEYEH
EARLY PROLIFIC TOMATO PLANTS,
TBtaTT DATH KGri.UR
THAN ANY OTHER TOMATO.
FRUIT GROWS IN LARGE CLUSTERS OF TEN
TWENTY
With from SEVEN to TWENTY duller»
AND RIPEN UP TOQKl'HKR.
Leave orders at
N.l. COkMM OF FRONT AND ORANGE 5TRKKTS
Where a specimen,
FRUIT NOW FORMING.
May be
4»TI1K FIRST APPLICANTS WILL SECURE THK
BEST PLANTS. lu»17-4l) OH ARLES WIRT.
ONGIOF Vit Aisle »-A SUPER B GIFT BOOK
J. B. PORTER'S, 409 Mar
K
splsedldly illustrated.
öHERIFF'S SALES
^IIKHIFK'8 )
SB
BY V HIT UK
directed,
f Ogle
.auction
.X,limed to . .. ... __ ...
Towneend, No 4 East Third Street, in the'City of Wil
mington, New Castle County, Delaware, ou WEUN ESI) A Y ,
. hi ..-dork, I'. M.,lbe following
lid day ol July,
described Ke:d Estate,
Ttlii;,, .I . ou 10,l, HIM. Adjoining
!j,!S.;!Jrd:u;"r.TnV»,d 8 l ffiÄTJyr™!
west 2I_'fee* B Rmd' oPJSiipb &h8K to a port, lb«*-'
by land of »afd Sbl.dey uortb .12 degieeh, east « I Mt «<»
» "• •* Sireut. and tbeiieo aloug said Street .1 1 , *
place of beginning,rontamlug within .said houuda 1,4.11
leet, bo the same more or less.. ......
. 2 -BexIunluR at a slake iu the line of a lot or land
ore conveyed to pauiuel File, (the elder,) by the
tbe public mad ruuulng diagonally from Market
. thence with
„ _ parrel» of laud, «ltiiate
Wilmington, bounded aud described
O
city
•. 1 '
degrees,
corner »take or the said Samuel File'»
land ot' the said Shipley.
about 03 leet In the
thereby north 76% de
in King
line south
the line of •
witli said Hue north 68 degrees,
«ree«, eaxt about 0! fret, to the place of beginning, cou
taluiug within »»id hounds 2,079 feet of lau J, be the same
more or leas.
3.—A curtain lot of laud, adjoining and hounded
by tbe »»Id Samuel File'» other Int», more particularly
described lu au agn-eweut underhand and seal of Joseph
K , bearing date tbe 30th day of January, A. D,
r a right to purchase at a price to be fixed by u
rity nt three arbitrator», "iu case the efuresaid road
running diagonally from Market lo King Street »ball be
hereafter vacated, said agreement being recorded In tlie
0Idee for Recording Deeds, Ac., In and for New Castle
Couutv, relerem e thereunto being had will mote fully
and nt large appear.
^Seized aud taken Inexécution «»the property of James
and to lie sold by
Slieitll '
tenants,
'., his wife,
WILLIAM HKKUBRT, Sheriff.
:e, New Castle, June lo, 1867.—14-ts
by virtue
IIKKIFF'N
a will of Levari Facias, I nine directed, will be exposed
Public
S
. at llie auctiou stoie id Ogle A TuwuMimd,
last Third i-'tieBl,
, Delaware,
» lly of Wlimlugloti.
ATUKDAY,
ï'/i o'clock, P. M„
parcel of land, situate iu
ify of Wliuiiuglou, aloreHaid, hounded and described as
day
lollowiug
ilecrilieil
All that
llegiiuiiug at tbe Miutlieily side of Front Street, at tbe
dlsttui eut 'orly eiglit leet easterly Iruiu tlie corner formed
by Ihe inieraeotlou of llie ■ouiherly side of Front Street
easterly
thirty-two degree«,
huudred and ten test to the
ce along «aid Hide of
thirty-live
line dividiug thin
thirty-two
southerly
Read 81 reel,
said Street south fifty -eight degrees
by a
Irorn «über laud ol »ni l James Morrow,
degrees east one hundred and ten feet
, nod thence along said
Hfly eight degrees west thirty live
ronteuta
dies to a stake,
Indien lo (lie place ot lieginiltug,
what they
19Seized aud lakeu iu execution as Ihe property of Ma
lira Ue/arty, his with, and to be
WILLIAM UKKBRKT, Sheriff
'» (»Wi e. New Ctatle, Jane 10,
tlieW'J. Hegarty aud
^IIKIUFF'S SALE.—BY VIltTUIC
Cl Wil* uf Levari Facias, to tue directed, will he exposed
to Public Hale, at the auction store of Ogle A Townsend,
the city of Wilmington,
SATURDAY, the 29th day
the following
Third .Street, in
e I'ouuty, Delaware,
of June, A. D., 1867, at 2 o'clock, P.
described Real Estate, viz ;
lyiug aml^ being
• for this and T.
nlng thence northerly
, piece or parcel of land, sltuale,
e City of Wilmington aioresald,
westerly side
H. Eaton'« laud,
Poplai
noveuty-two
, lo tbo Southwest comer uf Fifth aud Poplar Streets,
thence along Fifth Street westerly about sixty feet,
point iu the division wall of the aijolulug
Morocco Factory, thence through
parallel with
division
Poplar Street »oottierlv about
seventy-two leet, more or ie«», to a point In the laud« of
tlie »»id T. B. Eaton, aud thence aloug a line of said laud
teriv aud parallel with Fifth Street about sixty feet,
ta...... ... um., ... —uv place of beginning, be the conteuta
within «»id bound» what they may.
Seized aud taken iu
the rroperty of I.oui«
ScehaUHeu aud Maria Seehauneu, bis wife, aud to be »old
WILLIAM HBKBKKT, Sheriff.
Sliei iff '»Office, New Caille, Juue 10,
l.v
VIRTUE
Ilh.HIKF'.H NAL.K.
•<f Luvari Facia», to inedim-tcd, will heexposed
lo Public Sal«, at the auctiuu «tore of Ogle A Townsend,
No. 4 East Third »treat, iu the City of Wilmington,
County, Delaware, on SATURDAY,
A. D„ 1867,
cubed Real E»tate,
Ail that certain parcel of laud, lying and lielng ultuatfld
tli« ll it u dm! ol Brandywine, houuded aud deacribed
Beginning at a «take lu au rid line of thia and Joaepb
'« (uow Philip lloice) laud, and Iu the middle of
"Foulke'a Road," thence with the
S
20th day
, P. M, the following
middle thereof north forty aud a half degree» east thirty
Mix and a half perche* to a »take lu Wm. Sharpie«' line,
«harpie»',) thence with the
«evenly-live dogme»,
Jacknou aforeiUd,thence with a hue thereof »outh twenty
degrees, ea«t nineteen perches and eight
tenths to the place ofAiegluuiug, containing withlu those
hound» by computation about two acre« of land, be tlie
same inure or ie-s.
Seized and taken In execution as the property of Titua
Mousley, aud to he »old by
WILLIAM HERBERT, Sheriff.
Sheriff h Office, New Castle. June 10,180
thirty-two perches and five
laud» of tbe heirs of Joseph
fllKUIKP'S NALK.-BY VIRTUE
Venditioni Kxpma»,
A
s
directed, will be
exposed lo Public Sale, at tbe auctiou room» of Ogle A
Towuaeiid, No. 4 East Third afreet, in the city of 1
in iu ir tun, New Castle County, Delaware, on SATUKD
the 29th day of J UNE, 18U7, at 2 o'clock, P. M., the follow
iug described Real
1— A lot of land with a thrse-Hteriud brick hoUBe
City of
thereon (No. 828 Orange Street) situate
Wilmington, New Castle County, and State of Delaware,
ihe easterly »Ida of Orauge Street, between KtgUth
Ninth Street», aud bounded on tbe north by lauds
of Daniel Sprlugbitt, on the east liy land« of Mr» Lydia
T. Pool, on the south by laud« of James Kighter, aud on
the west by Orange Street.
No. 2.—A
land situate in tbe City ot Wilmlug
, bounded ou tbe northwesterly Intereectiou of Second
street, .-«venty-two feet, thence westerly sixteen feet,
thence southerly aeventy-two feet to the uoriberly side
of Becoud Street, thence along the easterly sixteen
to ibe plane of beginning, lie Hie name more or
. x—A lot til) feet from Hie northwest comer of Pine
Street, thence northerly 100 feet, thence westerly 20 feet,
thencesnilHisrly one hundred feet to Fourth Street,thence
easteily 2<> feet lo Hie pi
ipore or Ie»«.
<1 aud taken iu execution as iheproperiy of Joseph
Fullmer, and to he to|d by
Wl
Shmiit s Office. New Castle,June 7
bug ...
ILMAM HERBERT,
IIKItl P'F'S SALF,.»BY VIRTUE OV
WRIT
i lo Public Sale, at the hotel
S
directed,
Leonard Krause,
Hu. village ot Bl.iokblrd, Iu Appo<iuiulmluk Huudred,
FRIDAY, the 28th day
, M., the followiug described
LEVARI FACIAS,
(•»etle County, Delaware,
r JUNK. 18*17, at 12 o'clock, 1
All file undivided sixth part or share of them the «aid
anri„ Well« aud Mary K. hie wite, iu her right as one
of the children aud heli e-at-law of Ueorge W. Buchanan.
Appoi|uiniuiink Hundred,in Newcastle
(iounty and State of Delaware, of aud in all ibe residue
»Rer Hie Msmguuient of dower In the Real Estate of
deceased, the «aid residue belug a tract or parcel of laud
situate) iu Appouuiuimink Hundred afoiekald. iu New
Castle C'ouuty and State of Delaware aforesaid, bounded
I, y laud« «f Joseph Well«, George D»vie, Samuel A.
raid dower, containing ;
acres more or le>».
Seized and takeu In execution as the properly or Fran
cis Welle and Mary E. Wells, his wife, and terre tenante,
aud to be sold bv WILLIAM HERBERT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Ofllce. New Caatle. Jane 7. 1867.— 11-1»
REGISTER'S NOTICES.
REGISTER'S NOTICES.
EUISTEU'S OFFICE,
li
Cabti.h County, May 30lb, 1867.
application of Henry Eckel, Executor of
Will and Tebiameut of Johauua Wilbelmlua
uf Wilmlngtou Huudred, In said County,
ordered and directed by the Regikter that
Executor aforesaid, give notic'd of the grouting of
Letter» tesiauieuUry upou the estate of the deceahed,
the d»leof grautlug thereof, by causing adverfi«em»nte
to bo po»fed within forty day« from Ihe date of such
Letter», iu six of the uio»t public place» of the County ol
New Caatle, requiring all perron« having demand* against
the estate, to present the same, or abide by au Ai t of As
sembly iu *uch case made and provided. And also cause
__ inserted withlu the same period in the
Delaware Stale Journal and Statesman,a newspaper pub
lisheil In Wilmlngtou, and tobe continued therein two
month«.
o
,. «liven under the hand aud Seal of Office of the
{ l. » ? Register gforehuld, at New Caatle in New Ca»tle
t * County aforesaid, tke day aud year above wrltteu.
H. 0. FKAl.M, Register.
a
NOTICE.
All person» haviug claim« agalust the estate of the de
• ea»«.l uiu»t present tbe eame ituly attested to the Bxecu
belore May 3Utb,1868,
AHNembly iu such case made aud provided.
J HENRY ECKEL, Executor.
Address. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. U«4-8m
R kgistKk'b officie;
Nkw Cahtlb Countv, April I6tb, 1867.
li poll the application of Blleabeth Turner, Executrix ot
the la»t Will aud Teataiaent of Urooke T. Turner,
of Wlluiiugtou Hundred, Iu «aid Couuty, daceaeed; It I«
ordered aud directed by the Register that the Executrix
aforesaid, give notice of ibe grouting of Letters te»tauieu
Kstate of tbe decea»ed, with the dale of
causing advertisement», to be posted
the date of such Letters, in elx of
OF
granting thereof, by
withlu forty day« fn .
the most public place» of tbe County of New Castle, re
demanda agalust the Estate,
Assembly iu
qtiirlug «II persona having
to present Ihe same, or ah
such case made anil provided And also
to he Inserted within tho same period iu the Delaware
State Journal and Statesman, a newspaper published iu
.u, aud to be coutluued therein two mouths.
Given under the hand aud Heal of Office of Ihe
{Le > Register aforesaid, alNew Castle In New Castle
1 »County aforesaid, the day nnd year above writ
„„ ' K. C. FRAlM, Register.
' I
Wlluiiugtou
NOTICE.
All person» haviug claims against the Estate of
cetfMd must present the same duly attaeted to tbe hxecu
(i»e April I6tb, 1868, or abide the Act of A*
•h ca»e made and provided
ELIZABETH TURNER,
ORANGE STREET, WILMINGTON
apr23-2moe
or
ttembly In
Aildie»«i No.
N oth k.—new castle, del.,june
7ih, 1867. Opiioh or THK Olkbk or th« P**cc.
Tbe following named Collector» are tudebted to tbe
School District« lu their respective Hundreds the amount»
detormiued by the Levy
, arcordaare with the pro
A»»eaibly entitled. "An Act for Ibt
New Castle and
»et opposite to their uamee,
Court at March *
vision» of tbe
protection of Sheep in certain pa
Kent Counties," page 262, vol. 12
.1 llanliy, Broudywine Hundred,
her! L. Armstrong. Chrlstlaua '•
iepb Gntbrle, Mill C
In Hlghfletd,
Kdwnrd B. Uolllm
Johu R. Vining. New Castle
Nathan H. Dayett, Pencader
K.lwatd F. Webb, rft. George*
William A. ltukill, Appoquinlmiuk
STATE OF DELAWARE, I
New Cast'o Couuty, (
1 do hereby certify that Iheroiegolng I» a true etatement
of tbe amount« due a» staled above.
_ testimony whereof I have barenuto affixed
) I * 1 my hand ami ««al of office this 7th day of June,
i ' A l). IB67._ JNO. MERRITT, C. P.
i II It K K GOOD HOHN KM A N O
DURHAM BULL,
AT PRIVATE BALE.
$410 20
114
. While Clay Cre«k "
K.
Mar
I
The subscriber will aell
Sal Private Sale. THREE
GOOD HORSES, r—•
HT leut drivers,and al
SX&&JL BLOODED IIUKUAMl
1,1,. ju»t coming four years old. Apply lo
j«7 2w WM. DEAN. N ewark. De l.
IUÜUR FOR 9ALK AT REDUCED PRICKS
h », O. CHANDLER A SON,
6U Market Street.
ROAD STATEMENTS.
KO AU AC
TATKNKNT8 OF TIIK
COUNTS FOR I'KNCAOKR UUNUIOiD.^to w^t = Uuu
SB
ATIIAN H. D Y BTT, laie Collector ,
, lu account with the Road Commissioner* for <tald
Hundred. ....
new. May I .—To amount of tax given ttald ft.
II. Dayettti.r collection, subject to errors and
eommlKKloii«, a» per duplicate aud warrant, $1.646 91
CONTRA.
18110, May 12 —By balaure
Dayett, laut year, *
. 2 —By Hiuount of Road Corn*
vom hern, exainiuoiand'allowed,
1807, April 20.—liy error» allowed N.
1807, April 'io.—lly couiinlHslou allow
H. Dayelt, ou $2,21002 (<$ B per
OH
N.J11.
2,216 02
114
177 2«
_ JLÏ!
$2,684 16 $2,684 16
Hoad Ciimmi^sinners for V^ncadn Hundred/ in Account
Hundifd.
1887, April 20.—By Imlaure due N. H.
Dayett,
1800, Stay 1.—To amount of Tax levied
tortile use of the iluudred for the
year 1800, subject to error» aad com
mission lo be allowed the Collector,
received Railroad
\ H —Do. do. from William B.
, borrowed on Commissioner«
0111I for the use of A tbe llumlrail,
2,6iö
1806, Sept. :
dividend,
CR.
CONTRA.
16.—By cash p»ld Wm.Hlack, lulerent
bond I» January 12, '
1866 —By ca»h paid Win
ComialsHiouer
-ct 2.—By amount of order«, Ac.,
paid N. H. Dayett, collector,
examined aud tiled,
, April 20.—Knor
Dayelt,
Commissions allowed do.
(n> 8 per cent.
1800 ,
paid by tbe
, k's LUI
• |3i> voucher«
2,218* 02
allowed
$2,216202,
per 23 voucher» tiled, 4'i4|96
. It. Ford,
Bl
$3,1U3|8'J $3,103
I» due to N. H. Dayett.
hand» of .the Cotninlti
Of this balance of $74.31,
late Collector, $47 :<
«loners, $37.13.
TUB HUNDKBD.
LIABILITIES
, Due William Slack, bl
«7, May
$600
" " interest on do.,
N. II. Dayett, late Collector,
William U. Ford, hood,
., 12
•' Robert M. Black, clerking.
" Gc.jige Bouldeu, for plank,
•• W. T. Dayett, late supervisor,
. Heritage, "
. Keys, sundry orders,
•• David Williams, work on
'' Sundry .mail bills, "
" 8amuel Alrlch, "
.T. Dayett, road orders,
, 227 6*1
16 76
18
$1,786 «7
j Road Commissioner»
. T. BOULDRN,
W. COUCH.
iiiaydl- Itw j
OF CIIKIMTIANA
, 1466. to May 25th,
K LEWIS ARMSTRONG, Collector,
166 —To amount of Tax
$1,600,910 at 14 per cent,
the $100,
To balance iu hand from last
UA U STATE11IKNT
HUNDRED, trout May
\{
1
May
$2,661 27
3,194 23

t li
—By ainouut of orders
the Collector
to 167, for contractor«, aton
ing, huildlngculv.it«,
. fee«, clerking, hou«e
expenses, printing
ipenta, Ac ,
By amount of errors allowed
the Collector,
By collectors roiumlision»,
May 25th,,1
do.
$3,827 67
' ' 11. i
202 06
1,690 2f
$6,866 60
JOHN BALL, 1
JEHU 1>. «UARPLK88, Road OommiBBlonert.
. 7. DEKR1CK80N.)
)..i u
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
fo 8. II. McLEAR,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
J. 1
No. »07 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
very desirable double
. 1119 Market Street.
Jaoksnu Street,
!t"?ed'BRICK HOUSE,
three storied Brisk House»
between Elm and Linden Street«, 14 feet front.
Jackaon
House»
u Elm and I.tudea Streeta, 16 feet front,
tbree-slorled Bri< k House ou Jackeon Street, be
tween Elm aud Linden Streets, with beck building.
Newport Hoad,
Four three-Hlorted
between
One two-storied Brick
Fiont Street.
One two etorled Brick Home on Lamotte Street, Brandy
wine Village.
A lot of ground situated on the S. YV. coruer of French
aud Third Streets, having 1«7 teet front ou French Street
aud 109 feet on Third Street.
Alio, for reut, THREE STORES in the building 8 E.
corner of King and Second Street», with rooms in »ecoud
counllug room»,
nr
, suitable
manufacturing purposes.
Also, a large ball, fourth floor er :
ble fur a meeting-room for societies.
.-LEAR.
I building, auita
S. B. McLEAR.
jell-tf
jell-tf
QKINAIIAW
NvCABK.i
REAL ESTATE,
Life and Accident Inauranoe
AGENTS.
No 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
WII.MINeroN, OBI,.
Purchase aud «ell Real Estate. Kent Houses, Collect Ac
couuts and Negotiate Loans.
VALUABLE PEACH FARMS
James McCabe
A. U. UKIM8IIAW.
A TOWNSEND,
<r
I
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
I
AUCTIONEERS.
Ot!ice---No. 4 East Third Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
! 'i: ; M i:
FARMS iu all pari* of the State.
UOU8BS and LOTS
AiF'Speclal attention gireu to tbe puuhase anJ
Faim» in this Comity
QKÔKUR
In all part« of tbe City.
3. R1AI118,
CONVEYANCER.
REAL ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENT
Has for «ale, HOUSES
COLLECTS KENTS, OPENS, JOURNALIZES, POSTS
AND CLOSES BOOKS,
AND MAKES OUT BILLS AND ACCOUNTS.
Will be thankful for patronag«.
OFFICE, 305» MARKET STREBT,
a pr26-tf ___ _ _
NE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN
■ I
•. .1. tll.lhV
a
o
HOUSE LOTS
Thl« I» tbo greatest opportnnlty ever offered to secure
a splendid country »eat, »cheap borne without city taxes,
d within five minutes walk of tbe chief burines» part»
the city. My F'OURTII, aud for the preseut, my LAST
of
of
8A1.B, will take place on
HATH III* A V, TIIK 535
O'CLOCK, I». Al.,
AT 5
OF 114 HOUSE LOTH, far more valuable than any I
have heretofore offered, will be disposed of oil the promt
. They are situated ou high lmd, commanding a fn>l
view of tbe city, the Christiana and Delaware Rivers, and
far over New.
fiundred
twenty-live lot» have
already been sold, mostly to actual eettlers, quite a num
ber of whom will build this year. Therefore, WEST
WILMINGTON
outside the city,
mtugton
.and Will soon Deadly
Philadelphia, Wll
railrotd
B Street,
to Front Street, and
Baltimore Railroad,
Railroad Avenue, up Seventh Aveuue
B Street through lledgevllle
ihence to Market Street.
I expe«t that
ten years hence my statement will tie coutirmed. A great
uurnber of aimilar c«»es of sadden growth might be
ferred to, but Old Chester alone should be »ufflclet.t.
There, b üldlng lot» four time»
years ago a small village)
mington i» from Market Street,
prices. And will a city like Wilmington, uow that
ha» tulrly started In the same direcliou, not do
far more T
Those who think a» I do, should improve the present
opportunity, a» 1 expect to hold the baiauce of my land
for tar higher prices, and there I« no other laud In that
direction within reasonable distance from the «Ity, that
can he bought by the acre, as cheaply as I am selling
house lots. Those who miss tbe preseut offer, may wait
a long time and then not have such another opportunity.
The condition» ef theSale are a» follow»:—Ten per cent,
those who build within the year, three
credit, and »tone free. Balance endorsed hank notes
four mouth«, luterent on all from day of «ale,
for all ra«h paid withlu twenty day«.
4jf»A« usual the Sixth Avenue House will ke
door» from 3 o'clock, P. M., uutll «ale.
jeU-ta_
KM OIM A «O.,
iu
iu
old fogies will think 1 am crazy, bnt
westward (from
a« West WII
selling at high
tbe
Ibt
eep open
J. A. BROWN.
I
J 2 2 3 MARK E T STREET,
20
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, a large
aenorted »took of
GOLD CHOP
FIRE CRACKERS,
HOMAN CANDLES,
ROCKETS, TORPEDOES,
PIN WHEELS, &c ,
LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN TUB CITV.
_jel4-lm
JIIOOL FOR BOYS,
CLAYMONT, DELAWARE.
The WINTER TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER
'"''"""''"XVWn b.
Give them a
ELECT FAMILY
l.
S
CLBMBON, D £).,
CLOTHING. ■
RÖCKHILL & WILSON,
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING,
FOR
MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS.
NOW READY, A
NEW AND LARGE ASSORTMENT,
AND
LOW PRICES.
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING,
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
CLOTHING TO 8DIT ALL,
BOTH LARGE AND SMALL
our gooda haviug been purchaisd
AT THE LOWEST RATES,
We
•flaring them
AT REDUCED PRICES.
rm.s.
1.1.
jllji
i
il!
f-n
n t
slit!
*1
$!
GENTLEMEN, YOUTHS & BOYS,
WISHING
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
By seudieg their measure, ai psr diagram, will have
their order»
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
^SAMPLES SENT TO ANT PART OF THE
PS IT ED STATES.
KOCKII1LL. 4E WILSON,I
BROWN «TONE CLOTHING HALL,
BOB A 609 Crutmut Stabit,
PHILADELPHIA
a prl6-8mo »
EDWARDS & LAWRENCE,
EXCELSIOR CLOTHING HALL.
KXCEL8IOR CLOTHING HALL.
EXCELSIOR CLOTHING HALL.
EXCELSIOR
CLOTHING HALL,
S. E. Cor. Seoond & Market ftka.,
PHILADELPHIA.
Arrive
OLOTHINO
to
g0
with
_ .
York,
at
train
traîna
FOR MEN AND BOYSÏ
8.40
CLOTHS, CA88IMKRKB AND VESTINGS.
DEPARTMENT FOR CUSTOM WORK.
AGENTS FOR OILED OLOTHINO
•PÜZ ___
SUMMER CLOTHING.
I THE GREAT CLOTHING BAZAAR,
FARE
I
IH AT
The
Pier
No, 426 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
early
GOODMAN & LEIBERMAN,
Inform the public that they bave )uit receDed
a apleudld asaortment ol
RBADY-MADB CLOTHING,
Consisting of
GOAT8, PANTS AND VESTS,
Suitable for Summer Wear.
No.
made of the bast materials.
They
faahlouable styles, and
PRICKS. They bare
•old at the LOWEST
hand a full supply of the laUst
8DMMER 8TYLE8 OF HATS,
Tolwhlch they InviU the atteutlon of the public. Also,
UMBRELLAS, TRAVBLING BAGS, Ac. They have also
a large and choice aseortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODB,
8HIRT8, COLLARS, NBCK-TIK8, Ac., which are
offered for sale at the lowest market prices.
Purchaser» would consult their own lateresteby giving
them a «all before purchasing elsewhere.
«"CUSTOMER WORK promptly attended
made to order In the most lk» hlonabie »ty les. marl6-tf
hSMOVAE..
I
R
1
all
WILLIAM H. QUINN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. iaa MARKET STREET,
WILMIHGTON, DBLAWARB.
The subscriber informs bis friends and the public that
he has removed Irom No. 16 Esst Second Street, to Mo.
122 MARKET STREET, third door from the eoruer of
Second *4., and next door to Melnall's Drug Store, where
he will oonUnua to carry on the
MERCHANT TAILORING BUBINKSB,
branche«. He has sold out his stock of Fall
»ad Winter Goode, and bae purchased an entire
MEW STOCK OF SPRING AND 8UMMBR UOODB,
consisting of
FINI FRENCH CLOTHS,
CASSIMERHS AND VESTINGS,
which la »elected Irom large stocks of good*. He will
offer to Ihe public all tbe irowest style« of goods, which
latest styles, and make lo the best
ALL GARMENTS WARRANTED TO FIT, and to be
reprseuted.
He baa also a large sleek et
GBNTLBMBN'S FURNISHING Q00D8,
all of which be will sell at tbe loweit price«. Give him
a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Hi"'.
I. H. QUINN.
N. B.—Tbe undersigned 1» pleased to return hie thanks
to his frieuds aud Ih« pnbllefor the patronage so liberally
bestowed upon him at bis old eland, and hop«« by »trlrt
attenttou to the want« of hl« «ustomers^to merit I
tl nuance of the same.
mch80 -tf_
WM. B. QUINN.
^rPRING FAHH10N9.
k J. H. MÜLHAUSEN,
fashio.nable tailo;r,
No. SOW MARKET 8TRBST,
WILMINGTON. DBL.
Invitee hie customers and Ihe public generally
to rail and examine bis well selected anJ eXUustve
, #t °OLOTH§, CAS8IMBRK8 AND VB8TJNOB,
SUITABLE FOR SPRING WEAR,
Which he will make into garments iu
THE LATEST STYLES.
He gives his personal attention to Ihe fitting and work
manshlp of every garment, and will spare no pains to
give entire satisfaction to those who may flavor him wllh
•heir patronage.
He purchases hie material* on the beet terme, and „
uh. and can afford to|eell at prices far below usa
,
RAILROAD LINES.
PHIL.ADKL.PI11A, WIL
BALTlMORK
»MINO iON
ADLE.
COHMKNCINO MONDAY, JUNE 3d,
Tralun will leave Depot corner Broad Street and Waeh
lugton Avenue, as follow» :
WAY-MAIL TRAIN at 8.30 A. M (Sunday» excepted.)
Station». C
Wilmington
for Baltimore, stopping
nectlug with Delaware Kail Koal
Crlsfleld and Intermediate Stations.
BXPKKHd TRAIN at 11.60 A. M. (Sundays excepted,)
for Baltimore and Washington.
EXPRESS TRAIN at 3.30 P. M. (Sunday» excepted,)
for Baltimore «ud Washington, »topping at Chenier, Thur
, .Muwood, Clayuiout, Wilmington, Newport, Stanton,
Newark.ElktoD.North-Kast.Charlestown.Perry ville.Ha» re
de-Graoe, Aberdeen, Perryman's, Edge wool, Magnol -a,
Chase'« and Stemmer*» Rnu. Counsels
with Delaware Railroad Line »tupping
Middletown, Ctaytou, Smyrna, Dover,
Harrington, Mlllbrd, Beafonl. Salisbury,
and connecting at Crisffeld
mouth and the South.
NIGUT KXPKK88 at |l
more and Washington.
Ke
Wlludugl u
Carndeu,
., Princes»
Boat for Norfolk, Porte
,UU P. M (dally,)
Pacceugers by Boat from Baltimore for Fortress Monroe
anil Norfolk will take the 11.45 A. M. train.
WILMINGTON TRAINS.
Stopping at all étalions between Philadelphia aud Wil
mington:
Leave Philadelphia at 12.30,4.30,6.U0. end 11.30 (dally.)
P. M. The 4.30 P. M. train connects with Delaware Kail
road for Dover and intermediate stations.
Lwve Wilmington at 7.UU aud 8.U0 A. M., 3.00 aud 0 3«
(dally) P. M.
THROUGH train« FROM baltihokk
L eave Wilmington at 10.4U A.M., 6.20 aud 0.69 P. .V
CHKBTBK FOR PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Chester at 7.
7.2U and 10 34 P. M.
From BALTIMORE TO PHILADKLPH1A.
Leave Baltimore 7.26 A.M..Way Mail. 9.36 A M,
^■^P- M -> lUprets. 0.36 P. M , Express. 8 6
From Baltimore to Pori Deposit aud Intermediate
tlous at 6 oo p. m.
Aiinmiuodation Train
Perry ville at 0.47 A. M .,
«tatioue.
I, 8.41, aud 11.18 A. M., 3.41,1
Deposit will
for Baltimore aud lulermedia •
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE.
Leave Cbester at 9.12 A. M.,and 4 08 P.M.
'* Wilmington at 10.00 A. M. aud 4.66 P. Ai
Freight Train with Passenger Car attached will leave
TMP M 0,1 f0r * n0> t'Oermediate «tatioui a»
BUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE.
Leavesi Baltimore at 8.66 P.M.Mopping at Havre décria a
Perry ville aud Wilmlngtou. Also stop» at North-Ka»t,
Rlktou aud Newark to take pasnengei » for Philadelphia aud
leave paasengera from Washington or Baltimore, and at
Cheater to leave passengers
Washing«
. F. KENNEY. BuuertuteuSent.
■ I
} U K LAW ARK It A I I.
hours.
CHANGE
and after MONDAY, JUNK 3d, 1867,
PaMADg«r Trains will run as follows, until further uot Ice
GOING NORTH,
Leave Crlsfleld,
Marlon,
Kingston,
Westover,
9 46 A. M.
10 36
11.06
Princess Aune,
■dan,
Forktown,
SALISBURY,
Delmar,
Laural,
8EAFORD,
Bridgavilte,
Ureeuwood,
Farmlugtou,
MILFORD,
Harrington,
Felton,
Canterbury,
Willow Grove,
Camden,
DOVER,
Branford,
Smyrna,
Clayton,
Sassafras Road,
Blackbird,
Townsend,
MIDDLETOWN, 7.30
ML Plearant,
8t. Georges,
Bear,
New Caatle,
Arrive WILMINO.
PHILAD'A., 9 6
BALTIMORE, l.]
P.M.
186
6.26 A, M
h! 30
3.15
4.20
9.45
1L66
I*. M. 8.00
GOING SOUTH.
Leave PHILAD'A.,
BALTIMORE, 7.26
WILMING'N.,
New Caatle,
Bear,
Mt. Pleasant,
MIDDLETOWN,
Towmend,
Blackbird,
«aiMfra»,
Clayton,
Arrive 8myrn»,
Laave Brenrord,
Moortou,
DOVER.
Camden.
Wlllew Grove,
Canterbury,
Felton,
Arriva MILpSrd,'
Leave Farmington,
Greenwood,
. M. 4.30 P.
P.M.
2.1.1
6.36
11.26
11.66
7.86
12.10 P. M.
12.16
12.26
12 20
7.46
6.35
12.60
7 16
1.45
Delmar,
SALISBURY, 3.
Forktowu,
Eden,
Princes« Anne, 4.
Westover,
Kingston,
Marion,
Arrive Crlifleld,
:
ua
6.25
6 60
10.40
, , 9»VRHi BRANCH TRAINA,
Additional lo tbo»« above leave Smyrna for Clayton 12.00
, 6.20 and 7.40 P. M.. Clayton for Smyrna, 7.00 and
61, and 3 15 P. M., to make connection with
to and from Tover, and Stations south.
Train« leaving: Crlifleld 3.00 A. M., and Wilmington
g0 AV.! 0Uth v ftl . 6 A C \f - M ;> wl| l run in close connection
with Steamboats to Norfolk and Portsmouth and Exprès»
_ . ... Baltimore, Philadelphia ......
York, ^hey will stop on the Delaware R. K. Line ouUv
at prinolpaf stations at which their Urne is stated
Pa«»enger« from Delaware R. R. Line to Baltimore, bv
morning trains change cars at Wilmington, by afternoon
train at N. C. Junction. Passeugers from Baltimore
Delaware Railroad change cars at N. C. Junction,
traîna are delayed.
8.40 A.
E G SEW ALL.
Superintendent Delaware Railroad.
RARITAN AND DEL.
AWARE BAY HA1LRUAD.
RESUMPTION OF SUMMER TRAVEL TO NEW YORK
AND LONG BRANCH.
FARE TO NEW YORK..
. I».
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY
The Expies* Line will leave Philadelphia from Vine Street«
F»rry,at 7 4» A. M. Returning, leave New York from
Pier 32, foot, of Duane Street, at 11.16 A. M., and Long
Branch at 12.66 P. M.
, 1867,
FAST FREIGHT LINE
NEW YORK.
Freight left at tb» Warehon»«, No. 320 North Delaware
6 o'clock, P. M.,
early next morning.
Rate« low and quick time uniformly mad».
Way Freight train leaves Cooper'« Point at
K. H. CHII'MAN. Auknt,
3<60 North Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
8. 6NKKDKN A On, Leasee*. mavl7-tf
New York
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
^LBERT W. SMITH,
CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. Ï30 Market St, Wilmington, Del. .
Draw* Daed», Bond«, Mortgagee, Wills and other Legal
Instrumenta.
Bnys and
First Mortgages, Ac.
He Is Agent for the Penn Mutual Life Insurance
Company, of Philadelphia, a safe and reliable Company.
As Netary and Commissioner, be takes Acknowledge
ments of Deeds for laud In Delaware, Maryland, Penn
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin,
, Tennessee, Vermont, New Hamnshlio,
Island, Ac.
Persons wishiug to Invest in safe securities or
Real Batata, may ffndTt to their advantage to call at bit.
Mil
Raal
invest» money
8. R. corner Kilt
market ate
jpRANCll VINCENT,
CITY ALDERMAN,
Market Street over the Fourth Street Market Hou»e %
WILMINGTON DBLAWaKK,
T\obb all business that can be done by a JUSTICE of the
1 ) PEACE, In the city of Wilmington. Collect» ClaUns,
draws Deed»,Mortgages, and other Instrument» of writ
ing, Ac.,
all private business. Pension Claim«,
Bonds and Morteagee.
Heut« and »ells
estate, aud attends to
., collected.—
Money raised
J^AHUEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Ne. N38 MARKET STREET,
__WI LMINGTON, -
1. HARRINGTON,
K. J- P. O'DANIFl,.
D
DENTIST,
NO. 711 MARKET STRICT,
WILMINGTON, DBLAWARB.
W. MAULL, ffl. D„]
D.
No. «543 MARKET STREET,
_ WI LMINGTON. D EL AW A UK
mayfO-tf
J^ÊVI C. BIRD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
•rrtex, n. n. cobnir
SIJTTH AND KINO STREETM,
WILMINGTON. DEL
mayl2-tf
H BLMbOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT SAR8A
parti!» I» the great blood purifier.
1ZZIK Z. ECKEL,
NORTH
L
CORNER
EIGHTH and ORANGE STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DEI. A WARE,
Has just reoeivad a handsome assortment of PATTERNS
ot the latest Parts and New York Fashion».
ALL PATTERNS CUT CORRECT, and
P *DRS83-MAKRR8 IN PARTICULAR are invited fo call
and examine tbe various style»
PATTERNS TRIMMED TO ORDER
plain pattsras cheap.
TRIMMINGS AND STATIONERY c
BEST ENGLISH STEEL HOOP SKIRTS.
to
wllh

Vl
all kind».
OTICK.—JOHN McLEAR
McLEAR have thle day formed a CO-PARTNER
SHIP for the transaction of a general Real K»ute bust
, under the firm
Market 8treet.
WlLMlWOTON, PlL n June I, 1867.-11
SAMUKI.
N
. B. McLEAR.
CLEAR,
McLEAR.

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