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I 1 first tal, Strangers visiting our city will find thefotlow iup useful for rolereuce: Churolie«, Societiea. Organizations bo placed in this list, or baring make therein, will please report Lnstitu tione, di-siiiug any cl,anges the sumo at this office. CUUKCUliS ANU CLERGYMEN. ROMAN OATUOLIO. St. Mary 'b corner of Sixth *od Pine, Her. St. Puter'», corner of Sixth and Weal atreeta. tal, VBOTSBTANT KPISOOPAL. Bt. Andrew's, corner ef Eighth aud Shipley Mtreets. Rt. Bov. Alfred Lee, D. D , Bishop of the Diocese. Rev. C. C. Mcllvaio, Assistent. Triuity Cburoh, ooruor of Fifth and King treets, Rev. Charlos Breck. » Calvary Chapel, oorner of Third and Wash ington HtreotB, Rev. Dr. 0. H. Williamson Trinity, (old Swedes) corner of Seventh and Church streets, Rev Charles Breck. Bt. John's, Brandywlo« Y'illage; Rev. T. Gar diner Littell. tal, I'URSUY TERIAN. Find Presbyterian Church, Market street, be tween Ninth aud Tenth, Rev. R. W. Laudiu. D D Hanover Preshyteriau Church, cornorof Sixth and King streets, Rev. W. Alkmau. Contrai Preebytcrian Church, Kiug street be tween Seventh aud Eighth, to be supplied. Monroe Street Chapel, couuocted with Central Church, coruor of Eighth and Monroe Bis. Rodney Street Chapel, connected with Central Cburoh, corner of Rodney Streot aud Delaware Olivet Chapel, couuecled with Hanover Street Church, corner of Adams aud Dock Ste. BAPTIST. Scoou.l Baptist church, coruor of Fourth and /renefi Htroots, Itov. W. 11. II. Marsh. Gormau BaptiHt Church, cornorof Fifth aud Walnut btu., temporary supply, J C. Grimmsll. Delaware Avenue Baptist Church, King above 'Tenth, Rev. G. W. Folwell. Services at half post 10 A. M., quarter to 8 iu tbo eveuiug. MKTUUD1ST EPISCOPAL. Anbury, corucr of Third and Walnut stroeta, Rov. J. D. Curtis. St. Foul's, Market street, butwoou Seventh und Eighth, Rev. A. Rittonfiouao. Uuiou, coruor uf Fifth and Wasfiiugtou streets, Rov. W. E. England. Graoo Church, oorner of Niutb aud West eta., Rev. Wiu. J. Stevenson Scott Church, corner ot Sovcutb and Spruce streets, Rev. L. Dobsou Grace Church Mission, Seventh streot between Locust aud Buttonwood Rov Allred Scott. Brandywine Church, BrnuJywinoVillage, Rov. J. France. HUKNDH MEETING 11011668. Fwuuil'n Mootlug House, WeHtutreot, fiotweeu Fourth auil Fifth. Friend'd Mooting House, coruor of Ninth aud Tutunll. BWKIiEN BORO IAN New JoruHoiem Church, corner of Waahtug tou streot and Delaware Avenue, Rev. Willard Hull Hinkloy. AFRICAN CUUROIIBa. African Union Church, Fr«uob street belween Eighth nud Niuth liothol African Church, Walnut street, be tween Sixth and Seventh. Uuiou American Church, French stroet be tween Twelfth and Thirteenth. East Zion African Church, corner or Ninth aud French ntreets. Wcrilajrnu Union Afrioau Church, Poplar street, between Fifth and Sixth. CHARITABLE AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS. MASONIC. Free and Accepted Mtreoua, meet statedly at , between Secoud and «heir llttll, Market Third. FELLOWSHIP. Kulmrdiimte Lodge ineefiugs are field every nipht at the Odd Fellows Hall, corner of Third - id King alreelB. I Order of Rod Men meet every Thurs day and Friday eveninRa, in the Telegraph Build in jj, curlier of Third an 1 Market streets. TKMPBRANCI. Dtvii-inns of IfioSons ofTomperancomeel every their Hall, third etory Statesman Ulft'it Building, Fifth and Market streets. UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS. Councils of the Order of United American Mechanics Thursday luvit« - every Monday, Wednesday, their Hull, 1 Friday vveninga, etory älatesniAQ Uuitdtng, corner of Fifth and Mniket ntreetB. Fo hat wiil EDUCATIONAL I'UULIO SCHOOL*. —Grammar bcIiooI, cornin' of Sixth and nf No. French ntreeta. No. 1 -Primary School, corner of Eleveuth und WahbiD|fton street«. pj 0 . ;î — primary Hcfiool, Jefferaou Second IQ<>. 4—Grammar School, Washington utreet, Between Second aud Third. No. f»-—Primary School, Sixth street, be tween Market and King. No. ti—Primary School, Wulnut Btrect, fio tncen Third aud Fourth. No. 7--Primary School, corner of Fifth and Pino stroetB. No. 8—P Spruce. No. Ü— Primary School, corner of Tenth and King etieetH. No. 10— Primary School, Second atreet Wufihington. 'pay the t>le t, he I Third. of of at have the ary achool, corner ot Seventh an I COLLEGES. St. Mary's College, Dolawaro Avenuo aud Madison street. Wesley au Femulo College, No. UÜJ French S root BCU00L9. T f. Teylor'd Scientific auil Conuiicrciat Academy, corner of Eighth aud Wollaston e*tp. \Y Itcynold'H Claesical Seminary, sccoud btory Saville Building, Sixth nod Market RtreotB. II'tunah Move Academy, corner of Eighth and Went street«. Mrs. Perkins' School for Young Ladies, No. 217 Wo t Sovonth Stroet. Mins Martha R. Byrne'd School, Fifth und Wont Btracoj. Miüd llitunnh 11. Bringhural'dSchool, No 'JOU Fourth street. Calci» P. Wickorßfiam'd School, corucr of Fifth and Went stroeta. E'izaLoth 11. Richard«' School, No. liUU Oraugo Btruota. Ann FothergiU's School, 'JÜ1 Market Street. St. Pater's Female School, corucr of Sixth nn»l West ntreets. Africnu School, co.acrof Tenth and Grange HtreotB. . «HKMIKH _DGPARTMBMT. FrieutlHbip, corner of Tenth and Shipley Btrents. Delaware, Sixth street near King. Heliat'ic, corner of Fifth and Orange Btrect«. Phum.x, Fourteenth street, between French and Waluut. Wnter Witch (Steam Fire Engine) Shipley Street above Fitth. Fame IIohb Company, Second street, between Shipley and Orange «IrectB. Washington, Sixth Hired PUBLIC DIULUlNliB. ), corner of Sixth und King Market. Custom Ho I' .- t t mice, corner of Sixth uu.l Kiug ntreelH. City Hall, Market atreet, between Filth atnl Sixth. : INB riTDTIONH. Wilmiit ;ton Institute, corner of biglith and Market m: Internal Hovouae AasesBor's office, second House, Sixth and Kiug Btreeta. (Itfite of tbo Water Department, corner of Tenth Odd Fellows Hall, Third and Kiug Btreots. AlmabotiBC, located Lancanter Turnpike County Hospital, Lancaster Turnpike. Home lor Friendless Children, corner Ninth I Adams stroet. Home for Aged Women, No. G0!> Shipley street The Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery ih located on Delaware Avenue, bounded by Adams Strei t and Urandywiue Creek. Office S. E. - Eighth aud Market streets. I King streets. Hr.. Street, noar the Broti Street, the COURTS. 'i'UeU. 8. Circuit Court sits in the Court lloom, second etory of tbe Custom Houas, iu thia bity, on the third Tuesday of Juue and October. The U. 8. District Court, meets at the r.^c. \dace, on the second Tuesday iu January, April, jitiue and September. Superior Court aud Court of General Sessions, 18 held at Georgetown, ou the second Monday of April, and second Monday in October ; in Kent County, at Dover, on the fourth Monday in April and fourib Monday in October ; in New Castle County, at Now Caatle on the second Monday after the commencement of the April t;~ Kent, and on tho third Monday in Nouember. fhe Court of Chancery and Orphan's Court, shall commeuoe and he held in New Castle County où the third Monday in February, and first Mon Jay iu September; in Kent County, on tho first Tuesday after tho fourth Monday in March, and _the fourth Monday In September , in Sussex County ou tbe first Tuesday aftei lire second I Moudftj iu March, and (lie first Tuesday 1 after the third Monday iu September. The Mayor's Court sits iu Wilmington on the first Monday in March, Juue, Soptewber »ud December. RANKING INSTITUTIONS. NATIONAL DANK OP DELAWARE Ml NOTON, Corner of Sixth and Market Sire tal, $11U.UUU. Friday h. . Oapi- i Discount days, Tuesdays »ud j ! FARMRR'S _ ... WILMINGTON, f Third aud Market Streets. Oapi-; Discount days, Wednesdays and j C tal, ÿltttl.OUO. Baturdaya. 6 NATIONAL OF W1LMIN0T0N HRANDYWINK, Corner of Second mid Market Streets. Capi tal, $200,000 Discount days, Moudays aud' Thure.layH. 1 UNION NATIONAL Market Street, above Fifth. Capital, $2UU, Dirfcount dayp, Tuesdays and Saturdays WILMINGTON, Corner of Fourth and Market Stroeta. Capi tal, $400, UÜU. Discount days, Moudays nud Thursdays. WILMINGTON, "<•1. I"] MRHT NATIONAL SAVINGS BANKS. WILMINGTON SAVINGS Office S. E. corner of Eighth aud Market Btreets DELAWARE SAVINGS OUico UUÜ Market Btroot, AUTI8ANB HAVINGS DANK. Office 007 Market .street. INSURANCE COMPANIES. DELAWARE Otfico No. U07 Market Btrcct. FARMERd' MUTUAL FIRR INSURANCE COMPANV Office No. 827 Market street. COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE (FIKK) COMPANY. Office Institute Buiidiug, Market stood, above Eighth. 1< W tUSUUANCE C eta., Rov. ■ t MINING COMPANIES. MtANULlA l SILVER MINING COMPANY FOR MINING IN NEVADA. $ 1 , 000 , 000 . (,'A Cl'l'AI., aud $ 10 . 00 . Shares, „ DIKKUTUIIS t be be aud street, at and GEORGE STILLE, President. Dr. R. 1*. HARRIS, ViuH Fbes't. SILAS BETTS, Tb KA8UKBR. II. 1». KINO. WM. HTEFFE, Oil AS. MILLED H N, R. I». FITTS. G. I*. FITTS, Mining Knoinekb C ity, Nevada. Office, No. 432 Chestnut Street, SECOND BTOBY, PHILADELPHIA. every PHILADELPHIA. K DlHECTORS F RANKLIN SILVER MINING COMPANV luvit« investments in no doubtful enterprise. They bave »«cured two mine« at great riebnes», iu Uigt're.ik Miuiug District, Lauder U.muty. Nevada, situated I»"* . - mile« from Uaunu City, aud about •«.. of great width, Their Le iges hat pti l $213 per THE "CUSTOM HOUSE" LEDGE, 2 Odd feet belong* to this Company, ...... and «o located that a tunnel 2U0 test in length wiil strike tlie ledge at a depth of 200 loot below it» out a depth of ouly sixty te«t have yielded , worked by tbe rudest method. nf w this tunnel utmiMt vigor. It<-an he continued 'pay rock' will h« ready at au early day for reduction at the mi l», already Incatel at a »bon distau. e, and favora t>le arrangement« are already made for crushing tire ore» thetr own works an. of tit« Company until THE "PRICE CURRENT" LEDGE, ledge already described. It well defined casings A suitable description of these properties cannot information may be obtained of 2000 tuet iu length is located same Canon about 8 feet in width. giveu in a few word ; at the office of the Company. The advantage.« of a choice among many good locaMous have been secured by tbe personal inspection of a s.-utative of the Company.nl practical tniniug experience From bis detailed renorts, tlie Company the almo«t inexbaustiblfl richness <>i their property, : arrangements are male for prosecutiug thu bu«iuc^> with vigor, accuracy and despatch. TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND ACRES the Btock of the Company will Working Capital. No other stock is offered tor salu. Au uutlrely original and mutual pi <u has be apoedy disposal oi tbe working cayital, lor ili«V ir •sfct which ali partie.« aro invited. N-> 432 Ohostiint St., (nji stair, t BOOTS AND SHOES. PLEASE ALL. MOTTO cr LOO K H ERlv T1IE PLACE TO BUY. J. \V. MEBAW'S IS AT No 123 MARKET STREET, (One door below Fécond,) WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, get the BEST Where yi CHEAPEST H o o TS AND S 11 O K S, OF THE LATEST FASHION i. t liinnd iu ibis city. T.. I MEG AW. make* knowing tbe vory Style», ami tlui«hed in Ibu must workmaulike thing but the last uiaHiUU having doubts about tire truth ol nients mvle above, have only !inar2H-r«i>r NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE. (J KO KG IC S. HAGANY HAS JUST OPENED, At. No. 204 West Second Street, TATNAt.l., ARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT JO SHOES, fir Ladles, Wenllcnien, ll.-y«, M ,1 r«»p«c*tolly ask» IIBTWKKN ORAXOR HOOTS AIIIKS W. It I It N IK, MANUFACTURER WHOLESALE DEALER IN HOOTS AND SHOES. No. 11Ü KING STREET, (api WI LM INGTON, A CO IS KATICS, .) 8 W. CORNER OF SIXTH Opposite the Post Office. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. AND SHOE DEALER. all descrlptioas, constantly NO hTfi. F Afill ION ABLE Gentlemen's Chl'drou'a fih Cnildreu'« Hue polish Boot», Balmorals, Gaiter* and Klipper« of excellent material aud I'HOl.NON Ä- FUUI.R, N 1 Wish the public to know JAN ALWAYS FIND ALL KINDS OK BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITEKS, Lapina, GRxm:x*:N, Mi««r« VERY L THAT TI ClIll.bkEN, PRICES, AT THE ULD ESTAHUSIIED STAND. WEST BEC JND BT. ILM INUTON VV CLASSICAL SEMINARY. W. A. REYNOLDS, A. M„ PRINCIPAL. BPUING TERM COMMENCES MARCH 20tb, 1867. ALL TERM WILL COMUKNCK 8KPT. ÔJÎC \V~ C KO 1» OS AUK oil A ft Ci K SEE 1> IT( Also, LAWN AND OHCUAItl) GRABS the varied -» ut Heed» for early »owing, at G CHANDLER A Market , 1867 CONFECriONS, Ac. LEMON & OO.V I) M A N U F ACT U UK US OF PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL CANDIES. X aleo i j l ake and biscuit bakers. ! .... .. j I'OhfoHrA il DOMK&ilt/ tHUIlS t .NUTÔ. SEGA ltd, Ac. i f v llio eale of The *. Wilson's FAMILY CRACKEltS 1 the AND SODA lilSCITIT, •2*2* ülatUH Sired, Bid ween 'Isl a nd :i«l RE UUI IILK RTKUNU MINT GINGER AND COUGH jau25] I"] l* ta. I' »' Suit LOZENGES, MM.nl icturod aud tor .sale by 4« LEMON A CO, _221 Ma rket street. ,MNI*; ROASTED VANILLA JOllDEN BON BONS, of every variety, 1< ALMONDS luauuracturcd aud for sale by LEMON A CO., 228 Mark et street. W ALNUT AND MÔLÔSsKS'T'ANDï, Of every grade, manufactured and for sale by LEMON A CO., 223 Market »tract. NEW PUBLICATIONS. K S hi W UOO N S. K. BUTLER'S BOOK AND NEWSPAPER STORE, .V a h K t: t s T u K. WlLMINUTON. DELAWARE t ho Métropolite» ; by Robert St C'laii Camp and Prleoue—Tweuty Month» iu the Departures ot tho Gulf; by Col. ne beugla» . Goodfellow's Cookery . Charcoal Sketches by J* «. Iletoc», Salute ; . Cloth and Martyr«; by ÏS Ailhur.— is and Forests, Mines Virginia. U Oit Regions ol Pennsylvania. Cloth. Bummer'» Story, Sheridan's Ride, aud olh T. Hucbauaii Head. Too Old a Bi The Youug Cadet ; by C inlalu Hollow. *, or Contentment ; by Sir« Ma * • '-y 'aught with Chat!, by Mi». G . The Lost Will ; by Mr* Henry Wood. Match Makiug. Castles iu the Air; by Mrs. I. ••--».a large uuiuhor of Now Hook» ol Various kind».— ah ilia latest Magasins» and Newspaper.-, stationery, ore. "I re, <c " V S. K. BUTLER,' tJO Mai ket *tre*d. Wiluiinxti'ii 1 A l.K K \ I) V SULII. INNER MKK ... LINCOLN. A Ult All API 1 WHITE HOUSE. Ily F. II . Price, ir BIX MONTHS volume, Cakfkntbh, ex*r.a «doth. A; •'ROM LEADING NEWSPAPERS - Thin invaluable book will give a better insight the almost perfect character any other wbic President Ltnco'u will ba publisheil Washington ir, Mr. Carpenter, paiiitiug that lutsterpi.ace of art, 'Thu Blgning ef tho r'.uiaucipatlou Pro 'himation, ' lie was Id daily intercourse everything which transpired. He wh» a great admirer of the man, and of hi» rare ne»uliar gift" Possessing a remarkable tuet for reproducing everything of Interest heard, Mr. Carpenter, atte great and gonl In» rich trea-ui tire publie. Ni library «ud N. r. Imleiinultn'. j. terrible murder of the . determine! to present a portion of •videutiiiliy obtained, to -late Abraham line of this in should centre-table iu the nation.— j.reperly appr. that will impress them««lves r ubaugiug groups—sometime» tire pen-nuiflcatlon of »ad n»«*, overburdened witli « uxtiouV cares—sometime» in a tl«sh of almost childish merriment." • • • — Western I'rrtbylenan. publish« I about him will idea of him as thi»."— liar'font Tnes. », iu the freedom of steril y so accurate PAG KB, A HOUGHTON, PCHLISIIKR», 439 11 room« Street, by mail, post-paid . Carpenter'« handsomely bound in luaylî 1 receipt of price. PHOTOGRAPHS & PICTURES. KKltltUTY PKSi Ac. EDWIN II1UST, 8. W. Colt. Tenth and Orange JStreeth, Tentli Street,) W 1LMINGTUN, DELAWARE, now prepared to mahe 1'IIOTOURAPHS, FEU ROTVPE8, .Su; , low prices. J)IIOTOUitAf'llS. ( EiitiaucH lu the bust mau'ier hand asto.-k of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ad , at Which he will » REDUCED PRICES, -mi- "i.t Dial Lusimre. BI. SEXTON, T. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, No. 315 Market Street, MILMINUTON, DEL u invite» the attuutien >n und viciaity tu his Galle io peofde ol .. lero Photograph» ALBUM TO CABINET SIZB, PLAIN AND COLORED, lu tho mo t elegant style«. Tbo public . " and exa mine ? . ,m -"" E. GARRETT, DAGUE RllEOT Y PI ST No. 218 Market Street, WlLMINUTON ir DYEING AND CLEANSING. j^JItS. I* A ICICI , Ladies and Gentlemen's Apparel, all colors, CLGlil, •'ILK. CRAPE FAUlllUd, aud COl^'JN '»i»W (MOVED NO aio KINO STKllET, (llbTWSEN Tllinn AN1I VOL'ETII,) W ILM l N 0 TON, DELA W A II E Knl Glov««, Foith. i « an.l lloun«N,rra|io«. Velvets, .ADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S APPAREL idealised aud dyed iu the best M'Famil) Mournin.; pmuiptly atteud«d the K. JONES' DYEING AND CLEANSING ESTABLISHMENT. .. INK STREET, PHILADELPHIA MILK, MERINO, CRAPE SHAWL t DRESSES, etc., DYKD ALL COLORS, JOATS, PANTS AND VESTS Dyed urC NEW LOCATION. THE AUCH STJIKKT DINING, COXPECTIONERY AND IDE CREAM ROOMS, m ARCH STRKET BELOW EIGHTH-, NORTH SIDE PHILADELPHIA. Thankful for former patr.ung-., w* w>. Mi« European plan, i d respectfully », u modérant pile«», aud with fr**h Irotu tile couutry almost daily. MEALS WILL III« FURNISHED I liUUKb, Dinjjku from 1 - to 4 o'clock. ÏVo »halt keep on band OYSTERS, «TEAKfi, CHICKEN.' MUFFINS. Or CHOCOLAT!'. CHOICE FRUITS PLAIN CONFECTION ER V. PLAIN SEASON, FANCY CAKES, ICE CREAMS AND JELLIES will be found DOW'S ■ WATER, with . Icy CELEBRATED ICE CKE4M S choicest Syrups, pure aud sparkling. i adie.« mid gentltmon till» just the pla t hose having rooms can hav the week. ■ city will a good boniellke meals famished by moderate price* Tbe loettlou t.ulng central, desirable place for resident» ' oily ■ IVraoii* coming lo Ihe city from neighboring cities, or have their package* sent to couutiy, »boppioir, . ur Dining Room», where tln-y will tu taken rareof unlit ••ailed for by the owner. The cars door of onr place, leading train« leave tlie city, Will have a be taken from the every depot whore F the country. We to n*KiKt with all packages into the cars, pleasure In waillug u». Kvinetaber the number, l"ii> Eiijhlh, North side. any part who may call upon I It. BARNEY A CO . i.viiHfi m eg hatten INSURANCE COMPANIES. I J I KtiAWAltK F IKK INSl'HANCK COM Lmiblatubi I) — INC.iRPORATRD DKI.AWAHI, ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. To mmw, uia ence PRESIDENT AND 8BCRBTARY ARB RECEIV »flee In Wll X lug appltoati mington, against losses by Fire on every description o building* in general, nrerchandiie, »hips In port and thalr eargoee,hoiiMeboid farnlture and other permit,al property; aleo against loss or damage by inland transportation of good«, waree, inerchaudtre and country reduce. Terme of Insurance will be a* favorable Companien ln tlie eitlen of Philadelphia or Partie» Inenred solidity of its capital, adjusted by the company. inunrauce any of the York.— S or* the fullest confidence in the that all loKae» will be promptly „ ' te Ma<ee end the d.-e* ed xlory DIRECTORS : At Ihe annual electlou held 1800, the following directors March. V George* Joaos, fiam'l 1>. Newltu, Jos. Mendtnhall, l George W Bush, Hamuel Floyd, t Edward Mclnall, John B. Porter. | George u\ Sparks, | Thomas McClary. Insuranee may be made for any time not less than three In adlttlon to the above node of Insuring property, the Delaware Fire Insnrance Company, (whose charter Is per petual, teffect perpetnal Insurance <>u real estate, the person becoming Insured, deposits In the nfilce a cerlalu per centage, (more or less, according to the nature of the rink,) upon the amount to he Insured—but which cau be withdrawn o! y time by leaving a per cent on the amount deposited. Is method le believed to be much more advantageous to the Insured than the former—the expense Is about one hall l«** and there ts no renewing of the policy from time to put Ran «Yik. ■ > I Property that would be Insured per annum, at 40 and 4« cent» the 1000, will be insured at 3% and3 per deposit and In like proportion as the rink increases. Person» wishing to Insure their property v#r wanting In formation ou t ho subject ol insurance, will apply to tbe agent* a* above, '- • 1 GB JRGK JONES, President. John MoLrak. Secretary .» 1'ASTI.Id COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. N OFFICE WILMINGTON INSTITUTE, CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET BTREETS, WILMINGTON, DEL. INTEREST ON PREMIUM NOTES REDUCED TO FIVE PER CENT. fit 11 E principle of Mutual Insurance I» bnjleved to be 1 tho safest,and experience,so far, has proved It to be the Flux, ÉVl ch.iatMiet means of Insuran*-* against althongh this Institution bas beeen but 12 year« In tntaiu'o, the list ot insurers will compare favorably with any other; though not few,have been promptly paid, a» all who have boon insured in thin ofilre and have had the misfortune . The object has been to - by fire during that time, be burned a good list of safe risk», rather than to swell the ;ard to hazards; thns lo» number of insui cd without Honing the liability or sinking the cash capital tn case ef heavy disasters during the year. DIRECTORS, Wii.mincito*.—W illiam Catiby,Clement II. Fiuytb, (.... Richardson, John A. Duucan, Jacot* Pu'.oy. John Coch ran, WilliamTatnall, Edward 1'. Bellah, C.W. Howland. Samuel Cauby. URANDYWIVn UDNIiRBD — J. Cloud Brlnghurst. Chiustuma Uchuhsi).—J ames Rlddl«. Nkw Castlx Hohubid.—J ohn uyer Wane Clav Cbrbk Uunprrh —A. P. Hhannou. WILLIAM CANUV,President. B. D. PuiTii. Beeretary and Treasurer. EJ* Office hours from 0 to 1 and Iron» 2 lo 4. January 16,1860.-ly t, Edward THE rumens RHITIIAI. itiu: Insurance Company oi' the State of Delaware " II ir (Original Mill Cubkk, Ac.) Thj« Company continues to oiler to the people of Dein , Its superior advantages of Insurance against lo«» descriptions of property, except ftlarlne by fire, The Instltntlou Is commended by over 20 years expert a In and attention to tbe »abject ef Mutual lu»urance, (being the first to Introduce the principle Into our State,) h, It in believed the Managers have adjust and discriminate between member tho of for been enabled dUferent varieties of property. Insurance Companie» presented to the public. It take« credit to its«lf. that Its payment» ot Io«»e«have prompt aud liberal, that iu 23 years business and litiga the of losses roaihiug over flOU.OUU, lion ha» occurred, and scarcely faction re the parties insured. sand« of Dollar^ of Insurance, ei great an amount in a single risk or as offering jeets of Insurance for the character of the Institution In thia manner it is conceived most select list of insurances, in proportion to the amount —ovarSkx Million* of Dollars, ot any other Company within reasonable range. A» evidence of thin. without eullre to in deolined Hundreds number requiring »ad in • ouly reduced the rate of moderat«, oue-Mxlh, during the a clear surplus fund of assessment on the Deposit Scrip Certificates ot being lHsued, will ...«to from January 1H02, at re. annum, thu» makiug a «till fart hr. of a»t two year», but it present» $46.000. as security against Notes, which the balance» due to each member, b« paving interest aloof 6 per cent, deduction. It commenced the year 1862, tbe community in Deposit Notes or Snrplus Fond by the ; j ... price. a real protection to $266,000 Ac. Total protection. $300,000 It Is the work of the Farmers of Delaware, and as sueb they ought to patronize It. President—JRB8E SHARPE. Becretarv and Treasurer—R obert McCabe, M. D. DIRECTORS: ywine Hd.; Janie» Delaplaiu, Christi ob, Samuel Harr, K. C. Btotsenburg Kli Wilson, Ud.; Jame» W and Jesse Sharpe. Wilmington Hd.; Robert McCabe, Mill Creek Hd.; John F. Williamson, White Clay Creek Ud.; George Janvier, New C.tRtle IM ; Curtin 11. Kllisou, Pen , Red l.ii .; Wtu. Temple, fitnyrna ; James H. Uarnham.Kt. Georges Hd.; Charte» T. Fleming, Peter F. Causey, Milford; lieury Todd, Dover; Charles Tunnel), Georgetow n. AGENTS—As well tor receiving applications lor Lll Wilson, Brandywine Hd ; Robert Ud.; .lames Delaplain, Christiana Williamson, Whito Clay Crock Hd.; ; John C. ■■Cabe, Mill d.; John F. B. Ellison, Penoader ltd , K«d Lion, Bt. George», and Appo<iuluimluk Hundred»; Joseph C. Griffith, Smyrna ; James Crippen, New Castle Hd.; Charles T. Fleming, Milford. Charles Tunnell, Georgetown; Henry I odd, Dover. Communication» onderslgnod. Wilmington, general business addressed receive immediate alien \ii ROBERT McCABE M. I).. Secretary .. FLOUR. FEED AND SEEDS. FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN AND HAY STORE, N. E. Cor. of Front and Tatnull Streets, W11.MIN0T0N, DEL. g.iueially that he has opouiJ « s'.« ... »...nt ....a Tatuall ttreels, ' p<> f <i.d" i l'LOUlt, f BED, UllAIN, .I IBARIthL. Mb AND fill »ULDKK8, 1'UTATOKN, Lu IV EST MARKET RATES. sou wishing any tiling invited .ii at good» will l.o delivered within city limit ' <■ BENNETT FLOUR AND SEED STORE. G. CHANDLER & SON. Flour, Graiu, Feed aud Seed Store, No. «II market Street, Between 6th W OULD call the attention of Familie» aud Dealora to their selected Btock. Their experience in toe bush H."» aud iucreased facilities for obtaining superior Flour enables them to ««lion tbe most ad vanlageou» terms. D. LANDRETH & SON'S. FRESH AND GENUINE GARDEN SEEDS Together with Agricultural Seed*, those u-ually wasted by Farmer», Gardeners '«ties cd .- 8BKD4 AND FLOWERING 8KBD3. No ^rM ,n k W ? n ; °! 'V'" 11 u , UllâNDLBR A SON, r'AiniEKS.GAUDENEKS.TRmtKHS, Your aUrntnni i» solicited I i nur iarK« as*.irt.-d »lock Warranted Warden Heed», Early Peas, Beet, Cabbage, . Warranted u»ag.< vegetable« he obtained, G. CHANDLER k good »seil» only may bo had of Market Street. FERRIS N: GARRETT, 504 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DELA WARE. • PLUMBERS, GAS & STEAM FITTERS. WATER AND GAS INTRODUCED luto Dwellings, Factories and Uuildiugu goner, ally. Chandeliers, Pendants, Brackets, Portable Reading)Stands, All description* ol BRASS AND IRON PUMPS. Hydraulic Rams, Iron and Load Pipes, Self-Regulating Wind Mills, Bath Tubs, Sheet Lead, Wash Stands, AUTOMATIC GAS MACHINES, by or to A splendid article for counti y ie»ldencee. VitrUled Drain Tilo, all sizes 2 -iy STOVES AND TINWARE. I \K1.AWAKU UANOK, IlKATKli A Tin J I STOVE OlCPOT, PICKELS, WEAVER A C0. t Nos. 7 and 9 East Fourth Street To tho*, intcreated in, or in want of, a really Aral « lata COOKING «ANGE, «ne that will bait, lea* coal, hake mmw, and coet lean for repair* than any other In the uia raut, I would rail their a Mention 10 the following certificate* of gentlemen who have had a large experi ence In such matters, and aro well knowu iu thin city : by „ . Wiiminoton, January 21th, 18«0 ' if. f Tiokett Du ah Nut.—1 have tried three dlf te mut kinds of Kitchen Rangée before I purchased Ma<ee Range from you, wnieh end lam ire*» to say, that ihe Magee Is worth more than the of here combined, both as to nilllty and economy. It d.-e* its work wall, and with one halt of the coal requis ed by either i f the oilier». It heats a room tn the second xlory very comfortable In fins exceedingly cold weather. Yours reHpoctfully, B. C. 8T0T8BNBURG* ,, ... , , Wilnihoton, February 1st, 186 «. *.'. c ./• A*/ ••—I take great pleasure ini-iiliug the Magoe Range, one of «blob yon recently put m for me. I think It a decided Improvomeat on any Ran .• 1 hare ever used. It will do twice the amount or «Yik. nud with oue lull less coal, than auy Range I have • very respectfully, Yonrobt. servant. C. U. U ALLAUHKK. WiLUiRoTON, February, 1805. Having one rf Magee'» Rangea now In u^e, I take great ■ asure in stating that It gives every satisfaction ; bakes -I, and give« a very largo supply or hot water. > hesitation tu rocomiueudlug It to others. Very respoctthlly, Il F. Pumas, Era. I J. T. GAUSS. „ WlLMINUTON, Del. 1 lie Rauge put up for Be by Mr. Pickels works now (under the management of a cook who understands her business,) very well, aud gives complet* satisfaction. K. Ü. BRADFORD. ,, „ ,, , WimtKOTOR, Dbl., Aug. 4,1886. II. t. rukils, AV*;.:*-Dkah bta.—Tlte Magee Cooking Range put up for mo, at ölt) French etre-t, gives 'laidton. I consider tbe Magee Rauge superior In the market, aud cheerfully recommend pmous in want of an economical Range. Truly yours, Ac., JNl>. A. DUNCAN. I lifso are ouly a few of the very raauy corllfloatee tityiiig to the woith of the Magee Range. Many ol ÉVl Fourth I C * ,,,ng * l the u, ' t iblishmeut, 7 and 9 •uld also call the at'oution of tb© people of Wll liiliii'tou and vicinity - l\'VMS, nil ol w lilch MAGEE IIEATBKB be guaranteed to give to all .•ra entire eatlsfactlun. 'STOVES, ef RANGES. HEATERS. AND House Furnishing Goods. have the LAUGEST 1 re». Range» and Heater» ever offered 1.1, keep couHtautly on hand everything Iu the REST assortment HOUSE OK VESSEL FURNISHING hi Ivor Plated Ware, llrttanla Ware. Planished W."-, Japanned Ware, Plain Tin Ware, Hollow Ware, ■* Ware, Tablo and Kitchen Cntlery, Ac. PICK El.8 A COÏTKK, 1«31 219 Market Street. lo«» 1.1 AM V. WOODS, Agent, MANUFACTURER OF VY STOVES, TIN have SHEET IRON WARE. A'hub lie I« »elliug at low rates, nt No. 332 FRENCH STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. A#-ROOFING WITH COPPER, TIN O TTERING, SPOUTING, end every variety liiugueatly done and promptly atlooded to. and L'%« [ui23lf CHINA AND GLASSWARE. CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE. At No- 302 Market Street, WILMINGTON, DEL., Will be . ..... largest and be above good* '•* assortment the Raid China Dinner Sets, Band China Tea Sets, Wlite China Tea Sets, White China Dinnor Sets. EDWARDS' White Iron Stone Dinner Sets. E DWARDS 1 Vhito Iron Stone Toilet Sets. E D WA R D S' White Iron Stone Tea Sets, Fatoy Toilet Sets, great variety. COMMON GOODS, of every description FA>ICV ARTICLES, in endless variety Hird Rubber-Handle Knives. 1'LaTEI) forks, spoons, castors, &c. Plat'd Tea Sets, of best quality. Cit Glassware, ot every description. Prjsaed Glassware, of every description. Coal Oil Lamps, Portiaud Kerosene Oil, Lamp Chimneys, &c Tbo itteutlon of tlioso iu waut of (he above good* I» in ■il t my htm-k of good» Iu till» line. Tbo quality of H thu kiud that od giwids bu found, nidi M y* be sold. S. Y. deNORMANDIE. N I..V CHINA, GLASS AND QIEENS VAUE STOKE."Tlie »uliscrlbei reHpectlully ce» to hi» friend» aud tbe public generally that be pued a CHINA, GLAH.fi AND QEKKN8WAKK fiTOItl at hUuld »land, No. 10,1 MARKET BTRECT, I'etwun Fioutaiid Second Street», where be intends lo keep ateneral »»s..i (merit of China and OlaH» iu every va c style aud pattern, lie l.|ius, bv attention I bn- ,n. ■ , disposition to picas« tu receive fr.-m his funner patrou» aud the public a slur of their patronage. Call red examine tho slock, which In »old at. «asouable prices. •hiJ-Iy GKO. A. BATTKHUDKY. NURSERIES. >»tt., pUV AUD I'l'ATNALL) IUUNDYWINE NURSERIES, WILMINGTON, DEL. (Ofli« near Toll Uato on Philadelphia Turnpike.) Keep constantly on hand all varietie» of Nursery fit.M'k, iiclnding a large and varied »»»ortmeut of APPLE AND IEACH TREES, to which he Invite» Ike attention of planers. «Mention given to tbe cultivation or Grapa Finit» and Peach Trees. «■- OIIU CONCORD VINES, 1 year old, >ir cuttluga. Orders by mail o- otherwise to above aJdres. will receive prompt attention. ap!7 EDWARD TATNALL, WAVVAS ET NURSERIES, Ntrth ot Braudywine Village All kndaot Nursery stock constantly dec.28.ly. DIAMOND STATE STEAM FACTORY, S. E.Cor. Front and Juatiaon Sts., WI1.MIN0.T0N, BEL. Having purchased Jobu Walker, Jr., In tbe BASH, DOUR, DUNG and MOULDING t, the undersigned would respectfully announce are prepared, by all tbe facilities that machine blned can afford, Hu, in.— that the: ■ ry and vorktnanablp al* or WOODWORK FOR BUILDING PURPOSE8 AT TIER STEAM FACTORY, ft. K. CORNER ...front and jubtihon streets, wilming , DC, t.'oiumtulcatlon* 1'ACKINU promptly auswerod, BOXEN *.t every descriptioi JuHfcPH D 1-IERfilON « BHO. GROCERIES R HARLAN & BROTHERS, (SueMuora to Edward L. NO. 3 EAST SECOND STREET, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. Groceries, Wines and Liquors TUB undersigned would reapeotfully WINES eall attention to their Btock and LIQUORS. The facilities possessed lüflb by then for obtaining all Wineii aud Liquor* lutnelr purity, with a long experience in the basines«, afford» an «nraiice for the character aud quality of their Wine», Ac. Amongst the »took may be found— Coguac Braudy, Pale do, I Jamaica Spirt», Heiland Uln, Scotch Whiskey, I iu wood and bottle, Madeira, Port, j Mahon, Sweet Matage. Tenor! fie, Sherry, | Champagne, Claret. WINEH, very choice and old, Iu wood and bottlee. Extra fine MouongahuU Whiskey, two to five year» old the flavor cannot be surpassed. KJ*Tavern keeper» supplied terms. Familles supplied with the cheapest wlues and Liquors, for culinary the most reasonable purposes. THE AFFLICTED. Invalids In want of old Wines and Liquors of varions kinds, for medicinal purpose», may rest assnrod of ok talnlug them of the finest quality from HARLAN A flER, No. 3 East Second Street, opposite the lower Market House. OL') WINES AND LIQUORS. Superior old W ine» and Liquors, for medical with a general assortment of well selected always on hand, and for sale at fair prtoea by HARLAN & BROTHER, No. 3 East Second St. TEAS, WINKS, GROCERIES. AND LIQUORS OK SUPB RIOR QUALITY. Hotel», country trade aud consumers supplied whole sale and retail by the cask, demijohn, doten or package of assorted kinds. All order» by post or otherwise selved, giving a limit In Price, warranted to be satisfac torily filled, or the good» examine at HARLAN Street, Wilmington, Del. ! 1 W RBU baok. Please call and A BROTHER'S, No. 3 East becoud NOTICE TO 8P0K8TMBN. Dupont's best Eagle Powder In Canisters and OK lbs. kegs, duck and rifle. Also, shot of all sise», suitable for rail and reed bird «hooting, In season, percussion caps, and dealer in Clover, Timothy Orchard -- - Seed, all tor sale by HARLAN A BROTHER, Opposite the lower Market House NEW GROCERY STORE, No. 3 West Third Street, between Mar ket and Shipley Streets, (Next door Farmers Bank,) WILMINGTON, BEL. fûuieÛJJ 1,lu undesigned rospoclfully aunouucee to bis kjTSÎÉuld friend» and tbo puullc generally that he has flag^a ' nuipluted his new store, and bits opened with n UXMMRstock of fine new and fresh GROCERIES, SUGARS AND MOLASSES, Leveling crushed, grauulated aud pulverised Bugnrs, " soft, white and coffee Sugars, ' Syrup, aud all kinds of Molasses, Old Government Java Coffee, Laguln, Maricalbo, Uieen aud Roabted Coffee; theUnei t Black aud ( Tea», White aud Red Wheat Family Flour wheat, all kinds of pure »picea. FurJlnes, all Canned Fruit», French and Eugllsh Mustard, pure Olive OH; Walnut, Mu»hroou aud Tomato Catsup; Knglltli and American Ficklos; Jellies, Cheese, fresh Roll Butter. Raker's Cocoa aud Chocolate; VermaceUI, Macaroni ; Washing »oap iu great variety, Toilet Foap.HIlver Gloss Stnreh ; Cur raut», UhImIiih, Citron ; At more'» Milieu Meat; ... Peaches aud Apples, Craulierrios; Brooms, ed Backets, Brush«»; Bperui. Adauiautiue UmdloH, aud all articles usnally kept In a w Grocery »tore. Call aud examluu my »lock. jault-|y 1 ■ ■I Tallow assorted JAMES CKIPPKN g R. H. .JONES 1 GROCER CONFECTIONER CORNER FIFTH AND MARK FT STREETS, WII.NINUTDN, DEI. «»* Particular attention paid to the TEA TRADE. 4-i y ROCKtUtCS. subscriber inform» tile friends public generally, that he hna taken the store, No. HIM Market street, upiad by the late Jehu Price, aud haa n - Formeraly baud a good assortment SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES, the And all other articles usnally kept iu a Grocery Store which bets selling at tbe LOWEST MA UK ET RATES. Housekeepers •took of goods. Tbe subscriber having been engaged In the grocery business in tho store or James Morrow Several yeais, feel» confident that by etrict attention business he will give entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with a trial. aue3-6m r. - « j ii • ■ -1,.. I , !. JAMES M. JONKH. JACOB 8. WELDIN RESPECTFULLY informs the cltlxen of Wllmln ___ .and the public generally, that he haa on hand ■mt his old e8tablished»Und, at the coiner of BEY MXTII aud KING Bts., a general assortmint of well select ed Family Groceries, which prices, aud on the most rea»onable tenus. Having for uurnber of years been engaged in the hnslucs», he •pe.tfully Invitee the pubic to call and examine , as he feellug confident tt will give satisfaction. i. it. W. MUNIE, SAIL MAKER. Cor. Market and Water Streets, WILMINGTON, DEL , B«ga leave to return hl« tliauks to tbu] SHIPBUILDERS, OWNERS AND MAHTKHB, Of this city, for tho rory llbura! iiatrenngo they liavo gtvou him tor the past »ix yeare.aiiu liop, «, by a continu ■nco of bis personal offorts au I attoulloa to busiiie«.«. to merit tholr patronage in tbo futnru. He still keeps baud aud makes to order ALL BRANDS OF COTTON DUCK, Now used in*the|Uullcd Etat»», PLYMOUTH, MASS., AND] IMPORTED RUSSIA BOLT ROPE. He la also prepared to mako kinds of fasbiouabio WINDOW VERANDAH AWNINGS, y stylo and fluish desired. cilicenK will find it In tkulr advantage to vail at this i'htabllnhiüuht before going out to purchase, a» he is certain they aud price at home. Of • I ' v be »Uited in style leblll-ffiuuK THOMAS DREIN. BOAT BUILDE LI Corner ;Water and Tatnall Sts. (Under Block Makei'» Shop, WILMINGTON, DEL. The «ubscribo wi» that he I» Hue for both NEW 'WORK Inform public HKPAIRINU, la which material aid workmanship of the best quality will befuruiKhud ■ « il l,' Boats ol all classes furnishe I with dispatch. Yawl Botts, Fishing »kiff«, Pleasure Boats, both rowing and sailing, Batteaux, Melaho Life Boats, &■. *•' Hoi oud-haud Boat» bought aud »old fall aud tee me before purchasing el»uwhere. Iebl2- m T. I. U A It II AT WHOLESALE RETAIL PICTURE AND FRAME STORE, No. 711 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. The subscriber announce« to the dl liens or Wllming '"* vicinity, that he atilt continues to keep hand all kinds or PHINT8 AND ENGRAVINGS, SQUARE AND OVAL FRAMES. , GILT, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT MOULDINGS, which ho will dispose of HBASOMABLE PICTURE FRAMES MIRRORS Made to older, and flut»hed|in a style to enlt tbetaite, at the lowest price*. FRAMING Done to order, In the moat approved *lyle, at low prices He invites the particular attention of (be public to his elegant assortment of all kiude of PICTURES, Which ho will sell on ae,-ommudatlng terms. of Uorn* polished and ornamented most tasteful manner. Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. U STATIONERY. The subscriber ha* always on hand at Philadelphia &APKR A?* LKTTKK ' NOTE, TISSUE ahd WRAPPIÏ ENVELOPES, PENS AND PENCILS, In great variety. Also. PAfifi. BLANK AND COPY BOOKS, POCKET BOOKS, PUCKffl' KNIVES AND TOILET ARTICLES. J. LEUUETT, .01« MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON. MUSip VIOLINS, BANJOS ANT) STORE. VIOLIN BOWS, FRENCH, QBRMAN AND ITALIAN STRINGS ...««, a foil assortment of all kind* of fixing», for Mu cal Instruments, oon»tantly on hand at lowest price», J. LKUUKTT'S liltlSlfi N'l'OltK, m 17-lml Olti MARKET trTUKKT, WILMINUTuN CLOCKS AND WATCHES. BMOVAI.T HEADLY & HUSH R Have reueted to their NEW STORE, NO. m MARKET STREET*. Where they have addul a new assortment of £$WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE, All Which they will dispose ol to an advantage to parties wishing to purchase. Please give us a eall and oxawlne our «lock. «-REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY promptly executed at reasonable prlceR. IIEADLY A UCBII, No. MARKET STRBET, _ WitMixuroN, Dxt. joti-tf_ KMÔVAL >C. V. IHDUOLP1I R and Has removed from No. 217 to No. 231 Market Street # Below Third,:d Where may bo found a largo and carefully »elected »took of WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, SILVER PLATED WARE DESERT, DINNER and TEA KNIVES, can OLOC1 ' SPECTACLES, EYE GLA88B8, &*•-, Sc. Of tho most beautl lui and dutdrable styles. «•Jpucial attention ieealtod to an aiortmeut of tho best quality FRBRCH CLOCK!« and Variegated lt&l!aii*Marble, Which a modutato advanco on tho importer's Watehos, Clocks aud Jewelry promptly and carefully repaired by ekilltul workmou, aud warranted to glvo eat sfuctlon. :ipr fi-3m )n Blaek, bo sold n ; ENJAMIN S. ULAUK, II No. 407 Market Street, WlLMINUTON, DEL. CHEAT REDUCTION In the Prices of Clocks, Watches und Jewelry. < 4 —^ The eubrcrlbor would »tato ÆC'Xsult tho Hiuor, any artlclo iu hlo lino will be sold Belast »uch pi icon as cannot fall to cominninl C \>»v tentiou ot those wishing to pnrchsse. The consists of a targe assortment of Clocks, Watches, Jow tlold Flugor Rings , lu order ■I olry, BpuctacleH of all Spoons, Forks, Duttor Kulve», ....... «u,. Chains, aud almost evoiy article usually|found In a Ural das» establishment. AMERICAN WATCHES, Of allSduscrlptions, »-choice nHsnrtuu-iit ; all of which are warranted as represented, nr un «ale. * Careful attention paid lo thejrupalilng ol T1IK PltlUl / 11LKA'l' HKUUUT1UN VJ OF WATCHES, AT, ZIBA FERRIS', Jr., CORNER FOURTH 1 MARKET ÖTREET8 WlLMINUTON, DHL. KARAT HUNTING LEVER WATCHK-t DOLLARS. LADIES' from aa 8ILVBII HUNTING AMERICAN LEVER WATCH KB DOLLARS. FROM other Silver Hunting Lever Watche», from 16 to 26 dollar». AnrAII Watehos «old at tbla establishment FIFTEEN MONTHS. WARRANTED Orders hv tuall nroniDtlv filled JACOB BRUNNER, Ko. 714 Market Street, above Seventh, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. Keep» oonstautly ou hand,CLOCKS, WATCHES .aud JEWELRY which be will sell vor y low eaah. Particular attention is paid to ^REPAIRING CLOCKS AND WATCHES and satisfaction always given. AVOId Gold and Stiver Will be taken lu ovohange for goods. Purchasers are Invited to eall aud examina. n - COAL AND WOOD. OAL. COAL. COAL C LYSLE & WILSON, Wouldlsay to thecitixensof Wilmington and vivinity that they have just received at their FAMILY COAL YARD, SOUTH OF Store In may !. MARKET STREET lilt I l)GE, A CARGO OF THE BEST COAL, (all die») EVER OFFERED IN THUS CITY, whlcb'lbey'wlll deliver (Iron» under «over) promptly . WELL BCR KEN ED AND FREE FROM H.f hand BEY select for REASONABLE TERMS, A» any party in the city. trial will < onvines you the coal aud preparation ARE TUB BEST. iuay21-ly 10 31. ! i. I tOAL t (O AI« 11 c C OF VARIOUS SIZES, AND OF VERY BEST QUALITY, SUITED FOR FAMILY USE * DELIVERED TO ALL PAIll'H OF THE CITY; AT LOWEST PE IVES. ■ 0 ^'A llhetal nllowuuco made to thoso doing their hauling, both In city an l country. Also, a lot of CHESTNUT AND PEA, suitable for iug steam, which we can »ell at a low price. PUSEY BROTHERS, COAL YARD. FOOT OF THIRTEENTH ST. jyU-tf REDUCTION IN 'I'llId PltlCE OF ( OAL. ONLY |H>.r >0 PER TON EVE STOVE COAL. Sj>r>.. r )0 PER TON tVE NUT COAL. MARKET STREET WHARF, tied4-If CHARLES WARNER & CO l»AL WOOD. <: THE BEST WILK8BARRK COAL ALEXANDER GRAY MINER, also tho Celebrated LOCUST MOUNTAIN COAL. Hickory. Oak and line Wood alwayi __ Coal and Wood Yard, corner of Front and Tatnall Utreetä Wilmington Delaware, ncl 14-tf tlie SAMUEL BAKU. TOBACCO AND SEGARS. j j KOUUE STK1N1CKKN, SEGAR MANUFACTURER, «15 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, Inlorma hi» friends and the public generally that he Iran commenced bnalnes» nt tbe above naui«d location, wliere be Intends to manufacture BEGAUS from all grad«» aud brands of HAVANA »Dd AMERICAN TOBACCO, he will »eil WH0LE8ALE and RETAIL, reaiionxble term*. He will stop! workmen In the manufacture ot public may rely npnu getting a good article. He has also for eale all kinds or PIPES, p genuine MhRUCliAUM, 'I but the Hegar», and MOST COMMON brands of SMOKINU AND CHEWING IIACCO for sale In Urge or small quantities. Auassortment orCANK8, POKTMONN AIES, KN1 VKfi HEGAR CASES, Ac., Ac., may always be found at this He renpeotfully «oUolta a eharo of the patronage of the public, aad will me every effort to glv« tton to all who may favor him with a »allstac ImyV-ly ^AMUËL W SCHULTZ, TOBACCO AND SEGAR STORE No. 10 MARKET STREET. ' WILMINGTON, DEL., Invitee tlie attention of hie friends and tbe public van rally to his excellent assortment of * SEGARB,. Manufactured from the best HAVANA AND AMERICAN TOBACCO. He also has for »ale the REAL GENUINE MKR8CHAUM PIPES. Which he will dispone of at the lowest price*. T brand» of SM0K.N0 jajayOMJOO. OOMDB, Always on hand H* la a practical workman and tie. SiffSSSS^JS^SS^äiSV^st ting a good article. Thankful for pant favors, ihe^esocct foll y »ollcItH a continuance of the palr onag eof the oubli best HORSES ! HORSES!! Furniture Oars and Diaya. 352™;., io ""f *• îSfeSSïï » 1 F r ®" 1 French StreetH, reim .hTn ! oth ««' «tlelea will be removed from the Bteauboat landing aud other places In the city with great care by skilful and sober driver». All who desire diaylug can be accommodated with m ihe lowest possible tatst,. MURIUM fuite CARRIAGE building, JURIST & ALLMON, SEVENTH &o & SHIPLEY STREETS, WILMINGTON', DEL., STOCK IB LARGE AND COMPLETE coMrnisiga ' TOP »na ÖKRMANT0WN8. ROCKAWAYS, , NO TOP BUGGIES, & 0 ., &o., All warranted of thei finish that quality, durability eharacterlsyj ,j||£ perfectlou Carriages for 20 years past. REPAIRING painting Promptly attondeJ to la the host ■ SE J0ND1IAND CARRIAGES Always on hand at lo w Pile«!). FURNITURE, & c VENETIAN ULINDS. JjiPllNITPRE 3 - « J' N. IIAItMAN, No. 410 KINO STREET Above Fourth, ' WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. Wo roRpoctfully Inform the cltlxen» of Wllniinoi iurrouuji,, «'ouutry th„t ». Motion, lo ,..S, and keep on and at onr LARGE a mi! , LIBBED WARE-ROOMS, Furniture «déverv . style, counting or Mahogany, JloiîSoodI n l ,n<l nHure sulUbl. for Parlor, *853^*^ can be found DnheStaUof Da!* ware anTan'' 1 »m " 1 * 11 u PRÂKÏ hme " Ure "ABEAM» Ä BE A8 ff VKN1TIAN BLINDE of the most f..m ,, Hair, Mohh and IIus/MatSeeses?* " Morlm ® nl of Spring Jl M J -"• »AUMAN, __N04IO King Street '|fUOHAS «HTCIIBLL G N DERTAKEH. Ri'Speetlully Intimus public generally that ho bis friends continues tho budDMi N W. CORNER OF FIFTH AND FRENCH STREETS And Is prepared to gtvo his PERSONAL ATTENTION TO UNDERTAKING, In nil Its brandies. Ho assures thoso who mav rcauiia bln Forvlcos that they will find him ready with q '' HEARSE AND CARRIAGES, Attended by earful drivers, at all times. HEblPENCE, No. UOO POl'LAR 8TREBT. CARPENTERING. &c. QEUllUE CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, SHOP—No. Ill WBBT STREET, second story. ° 423 EAST FOURTH STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. bln fU9 UI '' Rn< * nttontlon paid to * . 'J 1,1 .?*** 11 w " ul ' l «vpwlfhlly Inform the pnblio that he I« fully prepared to contract to do all kinds ot_ lu ü » line, and hope» by strict alteutiou to busluess to merit and receive a «hare of public patrouage. I. TINDALL, are Below Second Street, RESIDENCE— apJO-Om KB j«»» i. HADDOCK, to CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Wll.mNdTON. DHL A WA11E. Jt.bl.liiR promt,Ily att»mlad to. Ha. right to Strips for door«. KE8IDENCE, 611 WEST SEVENTH 8T. je6.lv Clay's Patent Motalio Belf-adjustiug*w'a"h*r for 8MOP, RING 8T. RELOW SECOND BT. y BnccSKsora WILLIAM BILLANT A CO. CORNER «FOUND and MARKET STREETS, DEALERS IN FANCY AND BUILDING H A R J> W AllE, taule and pocket cutlery TOOLS ALL KIND« and of the HEBT MANUFACTURE. • GLASS, PAINTS, OIL, SC. AGENTS FOR THE I NETTING COMPANY'S VULCANIZED HUJW EU a fir Yi MACHINE BELTING SHEET, ROUND, ND BQUARK FACK1N0, GASKETS, Ac., Ac. cOOW EL CORNER THIRD AND KINO STREETS, WlLMINUTON, DELAWARE, IMI'OUTBIIU AND DBALltBa IN IRON, STEEL AND COAOil HARDWARE, 4o., Ac. ALSO, BITUMINOUS COAL. Have always on baud* full assortment o IKON AND STEEL, .. „ . . °f American Hammered and „ .. . Itolled bare, KiffUHh refined Bars of all *S KÄSSiza s m ,wjss "s TÏÏ«S.f s " d "' Hb«o« K ïl Springs, Ax/es, Spokes, Felloe*. EnânVi.i v 1 Ac ' a L .ï ,r "*!" Oanvass.Oil Carpet, Kattluett Î. \m V '1 ud !?»*•>». Gimblet pointed Screw» n .fu n*! , H ,î , a. w î r ? " f .* U kl " d8 / 'Iron Wlre.aalvai.lied Nad», Babbit Metal, Lead, Spelter. Banca Tin, fib eel Aiu(,Ac. GriudBtouoH, Ciauka aud Koller«, Trace, Ikick other chains Kmlthe M t;o. Best brands oth*r Tool«.—Anvil», Vices, Bellow», rirlfu ti 1 " n"T' Kuivee. Files, Rasp», Smith's u. ,'« «,7i r ,aL ön «. , ' r .' lwu , ru Gun», ölocka and Dl pet »andother Mechanics' Tools. «Il t . w , Ul buro, d "t very low prices,'wholesals aud retail, for cash or approved credit. January 1. IKBCi.-.tnnlU-ly J AHHKTT «. n. MILAN*. I- A N Y K M U I llolllngsworlh, llarvoy & L'u., ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS AND BOILER-MAKERS. 413 EAST FRONT STREET, Wll.SllNUTOE, DEL. STEAM ENGINES, Nu. Manufactur Ofall kind«, Marine and Stationery, High and Low Pressure. Aim., MACHINERY FOR PAPBH.SAW a»» FLOUR MILLS fillAfriNU, PULLKY8, UOUPLINQ0, Ac. «••Repairs of Machinery have special 'J'll K „ iiv » r n 8 K, 1 T.-.,u S T PU V,fÄ, BUIV " IW * 1 * "■ M.SSS Tbe world-renowned author, lu thl« admirable Leotur«, dearly proves from hl» own oxperieucs that the awful •WhÜi, U . 0 ^- e n w ®*l f 4hu«o may be effectuxlly remuvid without medicine, aud without dangeron» «urglcal opc ratlou», bougies, instrument», rings, or cordials, point tug out a mode ol cure at once curtalu and efleotual, by which erery rulluier, no matter what hla condition ni»y .may cure h iu««If cheaply, privately Tbl» Lecture will prove a boon to i HAL» radically, thousands and thou fiont under »eal, to any address, In a plain waled en velope,on tbe receipt of six cent», or two pontage stamp» M " rri * io «»"»" ss '• uu - CHAfi. J. C. KLINE A CO., 127 Bowery, New York, Poet Office Box 4688. oct3-ly-c jan8-apr9 K. A T II Hi ft.' HENRY S. McCOMU, IXriLL continue tbeinaDUfaetnre of all kinds ol Leather VT for Shoemakers, Saddlers aud Manufacturera AI»o will keep on hand aud make to order LEATHER HOSE OF ALL KINDS, AND PATENT STRETCHED WHOLE HIDE AND BIDE L LEATHER BELTING, • Fiugio au.l double thickness, plain or water proof cement ed, aud warranted a superior article. Alt orders wtll l>* tilled to tbe eutire »alihfactlon of the purchaser, and at the lowest market prices, at tho old stand, Boulheaat cor ner ol Third and Grange streets, Wilmington, Delaware. »Uv H. 8. McOOMB. JAMES BRADFORD IITOULD respectfully inform bis friends and the publl* Tr generally, that he has Removed to his New Store, Nvi. 4 and Ü East Third Street, Where Market., WILMINGTON, will keep constant 1 y on band a full etack PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. Ills facilities tor conducting the buHlnosson the most enlarged »tat«, and In tho most »atl«factory manner, are uat equalled by any othor establishment In tb* whllsl bis stock I» larger than In any store between Phila delphia and Baltimore. He return» hla thank* to I patron» for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed op him, and hopes by strict attention to buaine»«. to me ud receive a continuance of their favore in lit* new loca tion. «ep6 bl fin» PU I MT,K UN.... a SKCOND-HA6D I DOUBLE MEDIUM BRONHTUUP PRINTING I'ltKBfi, Ire sold at a witlafactory mrhO-tf complete and iu good order, pile« Apply al thi-, niilce