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corner of Fifth and. Market Streets.
Published Send-Weekly and Weekly by Henry Eckel, Editor and Proprietor, at the Mammoth Steam Printing Establishment, S. E.
WILMINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1867.
NO. 60.
VOL. XXXV.
WARNER'S
PHILADELPHIA AND WILMINGTON
steam propeller line.
IV.
STEAMER LEAVES
WHARF BELOW CHESTNUT ST., FHILAD'A,
DAILY AT 5 P. M.,
and MARKET STREET WllAltF, WILMINGTON,
DAILY, AT 6 P. M.
HIRST
reoeived from 7 A. M., to the Hour of Sailing.
Freigut will be
EXPRESS ARRANGEMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH
.JTlINE FORM THE MOST DESIRABLE! MODE FOR TRANS
PORTING^ FRE 1(1 HT BETWEEN THE TWO CITIE S.__
PHILADELPHIA AND WILMINGTON
STEAM BOAT LINE.
TWO TRIPS PER DAY.
Y
AFTER MONDAY, JUDY 8th, 1867, THE FINE
ON AND
STEAMER ARIEL,
Wilmington at 6.45 A. M., and 12.45 P. M.
Philadelphia at 9.45 A.M., and 3.45 P.M.
Will I.eave
Returning, Leave
.25 CENTS
.15 CENTS.
EXCURSION TICKETS.
SINGLE TICKETS..
JAMES F. WOOD.
JAMES WILSON.
FRONT STREET STOVE STORE
à
South-East Corner of Front and Orange.
WILSON & WOOD.
DEALERS IN
HEATERS AND RANGES, TIN AND SHEET IRON WAjlE.
mbtalic roofing, and uuttf.rinu and spouting
PROMPTLY ATTENDED
BTOVES,
Mtf
rally. Uavlng upward« o
rk ,
orlee, and Job
ntlon paid to Tin Work tor
*#- Partie alar
fad «»perlene« In the
iy
Nf«eU..n
I
ey f.
L. P. SAW DON
WM. w. HOOPES & CO.,
WM, W. UOOPBB.
Market Street, 3 doom above Sixth Street,
No. 603
Call and exsmil*» our '» r e« »"J »•>> »»l"u ted 8,00k ol
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
CASHMRRKTTS AND JKANB,
TWILLED AND PLAIN FLANNKI.B,
FLANNELS.
IPKI) FLAN
lk Linen
MOHAIRS,
alapacas,
COBOUKGB,
CASHMERES. •
ALL WOOL
FANCY PLAID GOODS.
lacks and edges,
COLLARS
HLU
I BLACK BILK,
OQltDID *' "
flQOEKD "
VOIS Ul
ND TOWLING,
GLOVES AND UOSIKKY,
MOURNING GOODS,
CLOAKS AND CLOTHS,
BLANKETS,
WOOLEN GOODS,
LAINES,
(A?L COLOR!,)
klOUMD SILKS, (FANCY COLO
U8&IX0BS,
POPUNS,
■MPUB 88 CLOTH,
LU HANGES,
III I
RS.)
EDGINGS,
CAMBRIC
SHAWLS IN VARIETY,
* - PLAID CA 8 SIMER 8 ,
CkOTItS AND BATIMÄTT 8 ,
description constantly on hand.
w w. HOOPES k CO., No. 603 Market Street.
DOMEBTIC GOODS,
ALSO, OPERA FLANNELS.
OP EVERY
iept26
PENS AND PENCIDS._
»TUM FBM IS HIGH riKR THAN TUI SWORD."
IHE GOLD PEN,
BKBT AMU CHBA?«HT.'>*' PBNH.
MORTON'S GOLD TENS,
THE BEST PENS IN THE WORLD.
VOR BALK
No. 26 Maiden Lane, New York,
And by every duly appointed Agent at t
Morion makes no Pena stamped with the
Name or Trade-mark of any other ;
where ao Agenoy is eetabUihed, the P» bl, ° J"'
be best suited, aud at the same price«, byj»aH ug
- ihe Agent. In all other plaoea those miMng
the Morton Pen, muet send to Ho » d 'î"f'îf 0 ^ ® ,
where their ordere will reoeite prompt attention,
if acoompauied with tha eaBb.
A oatalogue of all eiiee and prioea aent
oilpt of letter postage.
feb!9-tf
I-IKI
T'
A. MORTON.
KLMBOLD'B OONOINTRATED EXTRACT 8 ARSA
L parti la 1. the «mi blood portlier. _
A""*'
1861
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY
NEW YORK.
FACTORY, HUDSON CITY, N. J.
WHOLESALE 8 ALEB BOOM,
No. 34 JOHN STREET,
NKW YORK.
.
»lof sap*''
JueAty srs manufhetured aud offered ablalr J*rms
♦»•A*. The oubli« are Invited to give the AMERICAN
UiD PENCIL the preference. ,
The PsnHU are U be bad at all the prluclpal BUtin
hAMERICAN LEAD PENCIL ."
Aik for
TESTIMONIAL.
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL,
ISelRatRIKO DSPARTMRST, Y AL 1 CoLLROS,
November 16,
Faber polyg
I
Lead
1 be
-■i- I
tai
ee the only pencils fitted tor
aad mathematical drawing; but after a thorough tn*i
the American pelygrade Lend PeneUe utanufcctuied
eanuead Peaoll Company. New York, IB
VMufila
>1
the
.old Sag It • h Cumberland Uad Pencil, being aaupe
G (11 for eketetalng, ornamenUl and mec
_,aud ell ttae ecdTaery usee ol a lead pe
¥ * rï ifte«t pencils bold tb
desired |n a pe^JL^
depend upon
'IS:
igivs
Jermany
«III no
nay otb
Ul I
X3
r pan
LOUIS
rot Drawing, A
Profee
rnaoiu abb htampbd
IW"Am«iuo*n L» Pïnoü. Co., N. Y
Nona gennlBB without the exact nam» of
LOOK TO IT.
Bl
Iful.l-t
banking INSTITUTIONS.
7IRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF WILMINGTON.
Depositary of the Publio Moneys,
fekI
BY
Unitbd Btatis.
Finanoial Aohnt
EDWARD BETTS, President,
G. D. ARMSTRONG, Cabhibb.
$400,000
CAPITAL,
GOVERN
COLLECTING AND EXCHANGING
MENT SECURITIES ATTENDED TO FOR
A SMALL COMMISSION.!
lu
EXCHANGE
PHILADELPHIA
FÜRNISHED TO REGULAR DEPOSITORS
WITHOUT CHARGE.
lv*
ON MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
DISCOUNT.
I-IKI i TOUS
AT N-30 A. M.
ARTISANS' SAVINGS PANK,
No. 007 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
waive deposits dally ( 8 uod*yi excepted) during
business« hour«, and on Tuesday and Saturday
P. M.
, after the payment
T'

poeitorefand"
uf
the de
ally In April
e Rank,lu
of
Since th
To
e rate of
'
1861 , the Div
par ceut per
lvidends n
ded as Deposit*, and at
ure Dividends.
l'.rlpttt«
borrow
t-oou eujltledjopm
MANAGE
WARD Darlinutok,
Joseph W. Day,
Henry V. Dprk,
Charlkd W. Howlard,
Job H. Jac
w«.:
' »). L. LlCHTlNSTBlN.
8 . Caps
Ws 8 . HILLES, PRRs
us W. Bush, Vice President.
tlB-ly John P. MoLsar. Treasurer.
HOOK BINDING.
Tha subscribers having purebased^he
f BOUOHMAN, THOMAS & GO..
nue the busineui Cf
mlBiton,
will 00
book binding
I
AND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING
No. 420 Shipley Street.
tai
>1
blank books
MADE TO ORDER.
PAPER. BILL-HEADS, ftc., RULED TO ANY Pi
TERN, OLD BOOKS CAREFULLY RK-BOUND,
M AGA7.I N ES. MUSIC, PAMPIILRTS
AND NEWSPAPERS BOUND
— REASONABLE RATES.
ed H» follows will meet with
'IS:
.
Ordere by mall addre
JOHNSTOIV & BOCII*.
WILMINGTON, DEL
novu-tf
Iful.l-t
MEDICAL.
SMITH & DIXON,
T
b
IlAW
facilities
WARE
but
work*
ohloery,
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS,
IV. W. Cor. Market: and Till S»9.
dried
•reaaed.
DEALERS IN;
<re
talnlng
and
ct
DRUGS,
DRUGS,
DRUGS,
P
CHEMICALS,
CHEMICALS,
CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERY.
PERFUMERY
PERFUMERY.
TOILET ARTICLES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
FANCY ARTICLES,
FANCY ARTICLES,
FANCY ARTICLES,
AND
AND
AND
RELIABLE MEDICINES,
RELIABLE MEDICINES,
RELIABLE MEDICINES.
rly-rj*u 8 __
Y oung ladies beware of
effect* of Face Powder* and Waah
' the Skin, ai
INJURIOUS
e«, All Huoh reme
ould h
youthful appearan
e Helm bold'
althy and
rft HALL'S
— * VEGETABLE SICILfAN
HAIR
. 'RENEYŒR .
A
Ha h stood the teat of seven years
before the public ; and no prepara
tion for the hair has yet been dis
covered that will produce the same
beneficial results. It is an entirely
new scientific discovery, combining
many of the most powerful ana re
storative agents in the VEOETABLE
KINGDOM. It restore*) CRAY HAIR
TS ORICINAL YOUTHFUL
COLOR. It makes the scalp white
and clean ; cures dandruff and
humors, and felling- out oi the
hair ; anti will make it grow upon
bald heads, except in very aged
persons, as it famishes the nutri
tive principle by which the hair is
nourished and supported. It makes
the hair moist, soft, and glossy,
aad Is unsurpassed as a IIA I It
I) RE SSI NO. It is the cheapest
preparation ever offered to the pub
one bottle will accomplish
•e and last longer than three
bottles of any other preparation.
It is recommended and used by
the First Medical Authority.
The wonderful results produced
hit our Sicilian Hair Senewer have
induced many to manufacture pre
parations for the Hair, under va
rions liantes ! and, in order to in
duce the trade and the public iff
purchase their compounds, they
have resorted to falsehood, by
claiming they were former part
ners. or had some connection with
• Mr. Hall, and their prepara
tion was similar to our*. Vo not
he deceived by them. Purchase the
Iglnal: it has never uet been
equalled. Our Treatise on the Hair,
until certificates, sent free by mail.
See that each bottle has our private
Revenue Stump over the top of the
bottle. All others are imitations.
TO
R. P. Hall & Co., Prpp's. Nashua, N. H,
Medicine.
Sold by all Druggitts and Dealei» »1
fekI 2 -ly
MEDICAL ELECTRICITY.
DR. C. H. LAWTON,
ate of New York and Philadelphia, would »ay to
a and the public that he
■till be found
At 913 Market Street,
Where he le treaUug
NERVOUS AND CHRONIC D18EA8E8
Of averv description, with »«» »uv*- »■■
BY H18 NEW SYSTEM OF MEDICAL
>!,.»« »( pwktobMrtjuwijr««*;
'' 1 i l '. 0 . u . , J'"' u
uttfic principle«;
ent. Wo give below a Hat of di*ea»e» to the
which tills system la especially adapted, and
have besn moat
, blindness from
ptlop
PPM
P*'
lu whlc
K 'x"'
11
ip
>n*tlpatlun
^d'eafuM»,
• 'I •
Lite
rly s
ben frem psra
. dropsy,
TùÆ.
«ud», c
istto nerve; dyspepeia, uiam
I, goitre, hyeterta, hip dl
liver cemplalnts, lockjaw, ne
piles, oaley. rheumatism, spinal
lv*
lie
S.K
ot be estl
», promptly relieved and per
redlbly short space of tlm
REFERENCES.
so Its value c
(or
mated. Prolapsus, mUplaca
forms of womb
uently cu

We have Ihe pleas
I
bs
»by,
Wilmington ar
I, aud witnessed
hj
ner of Firth
Marke
t. H. Jon
r™V«slRngtoli Russell, Chrl
- - F. Sontbga*- "
»a, Del.
TTBLMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA CLEAN 8 -
H. es and renovates the blood. Instil* the yigorof health
OSTER'S DRUG STORE,
CORNER OF
FRONT AND WEST STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DKL.
F
S. DR. FOSTER
her friends aud the pu
nerally lbs
Anno
«heb
West
Fro
PUKE AND FRESH DRUGS,
ed from
*in*experlenced Druggist, a graduate of
I Pharmacy, of Phlladdphla^have Tjeen
PRESCRIPTIONS, at
York
tbe College
secured, who will
POUNDING OF
kind!» of Fsnc^
B^SkSfSoBSff Water, Soaps preparation
very thing usually found In a v*H «1
«re, will always be kept on band, aud
west Philadelphia

Medl
gnlated Drag
of Penn
regular gradue
Medlcal^UiJ vend'ty^ wjU^ con ^
no *pryfewilongl|y engaged.
i found
i »he i
HORSE.
REMEDIES FOR
A fall aupply of reliable medicine* tor the cu
disease» of the borne, will be kept constantly
apr93 ly
ot
London Klalr ReMlorer,
. »Sa sr
, Uyll
FERTILIZERS.
OUR CUSTOMERS.•
WK TAKE
la FertlllAore, anil
T pu...

b Agricultural pubHc, th
■ ths
IlAW
by
BONK PUOSBHATK
r House In
facilities not only Include tbu enlarge
untabllMied works In Philadelphia, kun
WARE ltlVRIt AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS,
but also tha purchase or extensive and well-stocked
work* at Chicago, Illinois,
ohloery, earn, Ac., to conduct the buidn
haa produced annually,
Kn
of our old
he
largely in
dried boues and uiea
•reaaed. We deal
rill dc
nu *o that oi
<re a practical benefit from their
talnlng a MANURE which a
and uniform
ct these two
the lowest possible
BAUGH A SONS.
rice.
ality, and
KRU VIAN GUANO SUBSTITUTE.
P
IT
IT
IT
BAUGH'S
IT
RAW BONE
SUPER-PHOSPHATE
OF
LIME.
&
markIA
trade
E
BAUGH & SONS,
Sole Proprietori tf Manufacturers,
DELAWARE HIVER
CHEMICAL'WORKS,
PHILADELPHIA,
as
AND
CALUMET WORKS,
CHICAGO.
*
\te of the
IThniNi
dealer
purcl
Ighbor
dealer la yet established, tbe
deralgned
o apply.
-
etiy
maybe procur
Circular will
t to all dealer*
is
It
by
va
in
iff
by
BAUGH & SONS,
OFFICES,
No. 20 South Delaware Avenue,
PHILADELPHIA,
and
No. 229 Lake Street, Chicago.
BAUGH BROTHERS St Co.,
General Wholesale Agents,
No. 181 Pearl St., cor. of Cedar,
NEW YORK.
GEORGE DUGDAIeE,
Wholesale Agent for Maryland and Virginia ,
97 and 105 Smith's Wharf,
BALTIMORE.
49*We are prepared to «apply oar PATENT SEC
TIONAL MILL to all Manufacturers for Grinding Bo.
Guano and all other hard bu
Bl
Aud
j^LLEN & NEEDLES'
IMPROVED
SUPER-PHOSPHATE
Th*
OF
LIME.
and
THE BEST,
?HE CHEAPEST,
THÉ MOST UNIFORM,
THE MOST FINELY PREPARED,
j
PHOSPHATE.
IN THE MARKET.
It is paokbd
NEW BA.OH, '400 I»BS. BACH.
9OO PER '
A LARGE DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
,000 L.US. at
from
S
PERUVIAN GUANO.
reived direct from
We sell only No. 1—
»
FARMERS,
AND USE
4HiEN Bl NBUDLES'
AMMONIATED
„.FERTILIZER.
'
r
THE BEST.
THE CHEAPEST,
THE MOST RELIABLE
8 -
M A N U R E
WHEAT AND RYE,
I permanently earicJ tbe soil.
lbs. EACH.
933 PER »«<
A HEAVY DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
PACKED IN GOOD BAGS,
lbs
POUND . 9
of
Tjeen
AGRICpLTURAI, WORKS,
BEACH AND PLUM STREET?.
OFFICES AND STORKS,
41 8.WATER STREET, & 428. DEL. AVENUE
PHILADELPHIA.
Drag
Penn
jy!2-13t
A CLEAR, SMOOTH SKIN AND BBAUTIFUL COM
plexlon follow» the u»e of Helmbold's Concentrated
Kgtyact Ear»aparllU. It remove» black spots, pimples
* 4 aUeru ï Up aL oL_thes|l t
.IARMERS.GABDBNERI.TRUCKKKS,
' Your atuntlon Is aollolted to our large as,orted stock
Warranted Garden Seed», Early Peas, Beet, Cabbage,
Ac., Ae. Al«o. Warranted O.ake Orange Seed. From
ed, e
B 0 C "q T ( 3UANDLER A
No. «11
rket Street.
M 11
FERTILIZERS.
N
BUCKWHEAT.
ALLEN & NEEDLES
AMMONIATED
FERTILIZER,
AND BETTER BUCKWHEAT
WILL RUSK
THAN ANY OTHER MANURE KNOWN.
have
Kid
$35.00 PER 2,000 POUNDS,
($2.02 PER BAG OP 160 LBS.)
We
and
fOR
IT IS LOW IN PRICK.
IT IS READY FOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION.
ALWAYS RELIABLE
IT I1AS BKEN THOROUGHLY TRIED FOR
NINE YEARS
IT
he had of moat of the Dealera throughout the
conutry.
it they do n
properly marked an
ALLEN & NEEDLES,
SOLE MANUFACTURERS.
BEACH
AND
PLUM STREET«.
AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
41 8 . WATER ITREET,
AND
* 4'4 8 . DEL. AW AUK AVE.
OFFICES,
MSHKHH LOOK TO YOUR IM
TKKE9T8.
would aey to the publia they have
E
tie Rubscr
FARMER'S DEPOr AND COAL YARD,
BOOTH
MARKET STREET BRIDGE,
(I'ennoek'a Whar».)
WILMINQTON, DEL.
Vk RT ?L I zIrITaI
ent of FARM
COAL, snoh
Where the
IMPLEMENTS
as Ball's Ohio Com
REAPING & MOWING MACHINE,
op, ae preferred,) which
Machine now mannfac
(With Self-Rake or Excels
* «aid to be the best
lned
« 0 , tbe
KB rSTONE & UNION MOWERS,
Both unsurpassed
Ä5S
11
.Cultiva
of all kinds;
San
Pi
WlD
MttPl
MORO PHILLIPS', BAUGH'S and WHANN'S
SUl'liB-I'HOSPHATBS,
Aud n «ulterior article of RAW BONH, As.. Ac.
A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF GOAL, (all «Us») dellv
bl
we can offer on ai
t In the BUte, a
erlt a 1
Gl
with
sr«l BfcV* Pf
b
I as any eHtablls
pta
attention to
I"*
CARGO.
LY 8 LK * WILSON.
»A-THE BEST SCHUYLKILL COAL by
mav24-lv
PHILLIPS'
OKU
M
GENUINE IMPROVED
SUl'ER-PHOSPHATE
OF
LIME.
standard guaranteed.
Je at Manufacturer's Depot«—
No. 27 NORTH FRONT S^R^ET.
PHILADELPHIA,
AND
No. 95 SOUTR STREET,
BALTINfiRS,
rat throughout
Aud by dealers In i
Th* SOMBRERO GUANO, of which MOflO
PHILLIPS* PHOEPHATK li and
nlted Slate«,) contain» filly .
than Raw Boue, therefore it 1« mo
on of Ammonia give« D greater fertlllelqg
i -! I

«lx year» experience ha« proved
k«e a heavier grain than e
I «table manure,
but lasting.
and is not only
PIUCB ISO.OO^PER TON, 8,1
DISCOUNT TO DEALERS.
MORO PHILLIPS,
_Sol a Proprietor »nd M.nnf*c l
j J YDRAULIC CEMENT.
30Q
A
■"'.'ÏA'Âfi
w'r'k
direct
COPLAY CEMENT COMPANY
- sole agent* In Philadelphia, f«r
e are now prepared '
either from our Warehonse,
quantity required.
ALLEN A NKKDLE 8 ,
at I-OW
from the
S S °!'' h } PHILADELPHIA
uiay7-13tw
PROFESSIONAL UARDS.
» I.UKRT w. 8 MITII,
CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY. PUBLIC,
No. 130 Market St, Wilmingtoo, Del,
Draws Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Wills and
Estate, and Inve
'
Legal
money
:h and Bells
Mortgages, Ac.
I
t tor the Penn Mutual Life
»aft and reliable Company.
er, he takes Acknowledge
... Jeta ware, Maryland, Pedn
ilo, Indian«, Illinois. Michigan, Wisconsin,
er *ee, Vermont, New l(ampshlry, Rfeody
lie

■ylvanla,'
s wishing to Invest in into securities or
jay Und It to their advantage to call at bis
' "»,i:!i
ir Nils » Market t
S.E.eor
i^RANCIS VINCENT,
r CITY ALDERMAN,
the Fourth Street Market Hover t
WILMINGTON DELAWARE,
business that oan be done by a JUSTICE o
, In the city of Wilmington. Collect# Claims,
d*, Mortgag
Market Street
D°pkack
Us real estate, a
, Ac
n Claims, Ac., collected.—
s. Notes. As
nd Mo
ARIUKL I)|- HAURINOTON, JR.,
S
attorney at law,
AND
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
No. 838 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON.
■ UV1 C. BIRD,
attorney at law,
eryios, n. r. corrrr or
SIXTH AND Kiya STREETS,
WILMINGTON. BEL
tv I'J-if
O'DANIEL, DENTIST,
,)K.
LD FILLINGS, 91.00.
TEETH 910 PER SET.
Pkntal K oqmb—-7U MARKET STREET
W. MAULL, HI,
No. «Q3 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON. DELAWAR*'
I).
-A SECOND-HAND
DOUBLE MEDIUM BRON9TRUP PRINTING PRESS,
at a ««tlsfnctory
mebta-tf
PRINT
ha
and in good or
price. "Apply a
ool cards Can be had at rfik Hahd
(J. A.fROBINSON A CO..
\v
WARM Store
DRY GOODS AND CARPETS
OW 19 THB T1MK TO BUY.
E. B. FRAZER & CO.,
w. ».
8
N
(Saoceseo
No. 209 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
OFFER A 8 PLENDID LINK OK FINK
CASSIMERES,
IN
v£in*'ha'k*
have a floe
Kid CA88IMERK4,
thi»;co
New York an
tot the celebrate
rblch are the best uanufactared In
: alt*o,
FRENCH BLUE CLOTH,
AND BROWN TRIOOT
FOR UKNT3 COATS.J
f ALSO, LIGHT .CLOTH, FOR bADIEV SACQUES.
We have WINK COLORED CLOTH, tor Plano Covere,
and BLACK CLOTH, suitable for Undertaker«. CLOTHS
fOR RIDING HAlllTS, MANTLES AND DRESSES, and
FINE REPPKLLANT FOR CLOAKS.
BOYS' CASSIMERES,
Of every description, aad all
|PRICB. Onrato
THE LOWEST
WHITE GOODS
18 LARGE AND CHEAP.
Wei
re for.I
MALPACA,
PKRÛAL,
CAMBRIC,
SWISS,
NAINSOOK.
TABLTON PLAIDS, .
STRIPED MUSLIN,
rtety. (We have a lull
DOMESTICS
Such as Brown and Bleached MUSLINS,
TICKINGS,
CHECKS,
BLUK DRILLINGS,
IIUCKBACK CRASH,
TABLE LINEN,
BURSTING LINEN,
ttr;qaal ty;
PILLOW LINEN AND SHEETING.
NAPKINS AND TOWLING.
FLANNELS
a'good stock of NOTIONS.]
WK HAVE BARGAINS IN BLACK ALPACAS, BLACK
8 ILK 8 , AND PLAIN SILKS.
|OI »ut m.k.R, .ni .lw.y
MOURNING GOODS
autlon to|thla
We pay special a
d at a low price.
TERMS CASH.
Of every Jdeecrlptl
Eat good Goods,
)WILMlNUTON
FAMILY MOURNING STORE,
E. B. FRAZER & m m CO. #
NO.'. 300 MARKET STREET.
Constantly ou'.hau 1. a full eupplvjfof MOURNING
GOODS, of best make«, and at the lowest prie -
«A Particular attention paid to order«.
Pf
piRST FLOOR OF
D
Nos- 220 and 222,
MARKET STREET.
Ö
We have foil line, of all
SILK POPLINS,
CHINTZES,
LINEN8,
FLANNELS,
QUIETS,
VE8TING8,
DRESS GOODS,
MOHAIRS,
MUSLIMS,
GINGHAMS,
SHAWLS,
CLOTHS,
CALICOES,
DAMASKS.
CRASHES,
L
CA89IMERS,
BOY'S WEAR,
GLOVES,
HOSIERY,
' LACES, PIQUES,
NOTIONS,
WHITE G00D8
&o., & 0 ., & 0 .
SECOND FLOOR OF
220 and 222 Market Street.
KIDDERMINI8TER,
BRUSSELS,
WOOL,
LIST,
J
TAPESTRY,
INGRAINS,
PALATINE,
8-PLY,
VENITIAN,
DUTCH,
COTTAGE,
anil HEMP
CARPETS.
3-^, 4-4, 5-f, «-4
b
White, Red, Check and Fancy
MATTINGS RUGS, OTTOMANS. MATS, STAIR-RODS.
OILISHADES, &e.
BASEMENT OF
Na>. aao anil aaa Market Street
OIL CLOTHS,
From l yard to 6 yorj,, cot •», »I» to order.
BEST ENGLISH AND AMERICAN MAKES,
In all de
stock, but ou
FnTEBBST to purchase
Our long experience In (
g the 1
I
I
cqualnUn
ousts of the c
of whom w
»gh
enabled to order
_ _Jon a stock ot goods,
COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT,
DEBIKABLB IN STYLE,
AND LOW IN PRICK.
_ GR ANVILLE W OR RELL.
'
aprie-.3B>
I CARPETINGS,
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS.
REEVE L. KNIGHT & SON,
807 Chestnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
or
bis
t
We would call especial attent
our large t
CARPETINGS,
esrly for our sales by
s aud Englaud, aud
the ^best makers of the^Uultsli St,
al( of whlçh Will be offered at the
I
OIL CLOTHS,
Our stock of these goods 1« very complete, and embraces
mauy designs never before offered.
A Urge variety of
PRUGGETS, 1UJGS, MATS, Ac.
llgKVE L. KN10UT A SUN,
Ohisth
PHI LA DELI'
..J. T. DELACRUlk,
Ju ly2A-2m __
nhKFBTINGI..
1 No. 37 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
PHILADELPHIA,
ties received, per ___ _
ment of J.CR088LBY * SON'S #
BRUSSLB8 CARPETINGS,
ew Designs.
large line oi i nree-Ply Extra Saper and Fine
srpetlnga, Cottage and Rag Catpeta, OH Clolh*.
Shades, et.-., which will be sold at greatly induced pnoe*.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
• T. DELACROIX.
37 Seutn 8 IC 0 XD Btbbst (bet. Market and
apr2$-3mo» PHILADELPHIA
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS, &c.
P R 1 N G, 1 8 6 7 .
8
iVe are opening a choice
LADIES CLOAKS
IN CLOTH, CASSIMERE AND BLACK SILK,
MW PATTERNS, AND AT VERY LOW PRICES.
flnUheil
tad. of
lu the beat ma
ben material.
Theea Cloak* i
OUR STOCK OF
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS
Were
In
la well assorted, |comprlalng|all the novelties.
Fair
OUR
any
ZEPHYR DEPARTMENT
uy In the
Ia]thelbeet also
Berlin, Berg
est established
Dry
U have aleo a full
Cloths'
Cassimeres,
Black Silks,
Kid Gloves,
Hosiery.
Hr.od-Made Zephyr Artioies,
T1IE WEAK OF LADIRS AND CHILDREN.
les for making
T.
W .1
LADIES CLOAKS
and Trim
ahert notice,Jkeeplng all stylos o
lug« couatautly
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
226 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
ep 2
tbe
STAPLE
DRY GOODS,
AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
310 MARKET STREET,
DAVID J. IRVINE
AGENT,
T-l
r patronage_
HESS AND COAT MAKING.
DRESSES AND COATS CUT AND FITTED
SHORTEST NOTICE,
ertfn lly eollcli
D
MOST REASONABLE TERMS,
No. 8416 TATNALL STREET,
rable styles for
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SUITS,;
Constantly
Ö- PERFECT SATISFAÇTION GUARANTEED.
Also, PLAIN SEWING
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
S. J. BENNETT.
N. B.—Two Apprentices wantel immediately at the
above pla ce to learn Dreeemaklng. _ may 10 -Brno»
17,7,110 Z. EPKUL,
NORTH EAST CORNER OF
EIGHTH and ORANGE STREETS,
the latest
L
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE,
ent of PATTERNS
oelved a handsome ai
i'tÄurt P.ri. .ud 9n Tork
bIz
fit
ALL PATTERNS CUT CORRECT, and
I call
DRESS-MAKERS IN PARTICULAR are invited
aud examine the various stylea uqw oa hand
PATTERN 8 TRIMMED TO ORDER and cheap,
plaiu pattornu cheap.
TRIMMINGS AND STATIONERY
all kind
BEST ENGLISH STEEL HOOP SKIRTS, of the^beat
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
k, S. B. MoLEAR,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
J
No. GQ7 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
Med f °BRK!K 0 HOUBN y ,
oe storied Brlek
Elm aud Linden Stream,
deelrable double
No. HIM Market Str
n Str
of
3«,
In
Houses ou Jackson Stre
_ _Streets,
rled Brick House on Jackson Street, be
Linden
r tbre
b v l
te, with back building.
Brick Houao on Newport Road,
Fron
Lamotte Street, Brandy
wo-etorled Brick Honre
wine Villago.
A lot of ground Bituated on the
and Third
ner of Freue
French
Third Street
t, THREE STORES In the building S. B.
and Second Street«, with room* In eecoud
for counting rooms, or for
ame building, suit
u
A
Kir
and tbir
manured
fort
8 . B. McLEAR.
cLEAR.
U 1.71 Mil AW OL AlcCABB,
REAL ESTATE,
Liie and Aeoident Inauranoe
AGENTS.
No. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
WILMINGTON, DKL.
Estate. Kent Houses, Collect Ac
lACU FARMS
«
(i
/
e Lohuh.
and Nego
»«l.w.re
VALUABLE
JAMES McCAB K.
A.J. GRIM8HAW._
* TOWNSEND,
o
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
AND
AUCTIONEERS.
Office— No- 4 East Tfeird Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
(TOR BALK
FARMS In
_ jUSES aud LOTS iu
4 uT-Sperlal attention giveu to the purshaee
parts of the City.
aprtMy
KOR.UK c. marie,
( T
CONVEYANCER,
REAL ESTATE, AND GENERAL AGENT.
lias for sal«, MOUSES
COLLECTS RENTS, OPENS, JOURNALIZES, P08T8
AND CLOSE* BOOKS,
LOTS
AND ACCOUNTS.
AND MAKES
of vicE.'a 1 oa * 6 *ârk et
Will
STREET,
Srookd Story.
api26-tf
PHOTOGRAP HS <k P I0TURE8
B. SEXTON,
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
No. 315 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DBL.
Mr. 8 exton invlUs tbe atUntlon of the people of Wll
d vicinity to his Oallery, where .Photographs
PLAIN AND COLORED,
The public are eollelted te
aul7-Iv
T.
Till OK t '
ALBUM TO CABINET
lu the mos
* i and ex au
B. GARRETT,
DAGUERREOTYP1 ST
No. 218 Market Street,
WU.UI«aT0N.
MISCELLANEOUS.
KU
*
!?I 3
B
1
i
rjtHK HOWK MACHINE CO'S
SEWING MACHINES
9»'4 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
For Families and Manufacturers.
|5j
m
THESE WORLD KENUwNEl)
MACHINES
LIVING
Were awarded
In Londou, and a
e highest premium at the
are celebrated
rld's Fair,
ew York State
Fair of 1806,
r doing the best work,
uch «maller needle for the
e thread, than
any other machine,
d b.v the Intr
on of the
uppiy
ri I.'
These Machine«
new and apacloua
oryat Bridgeport
rieten of the Preeldent
e Company, ELIAS
the Sewing Maohine
MaatUUe.
. Ha
SiowkIj
ey a
original Inventor
adapted
« el Family
facturera er Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloaks,
Clothing, Hate, Cape, Corsets Boots, Sh
Saddles, Linen Goode, Umbrellas, Paranoia,
of Seamstresses, Dresa
aey
a silk, linen, woolen
irlinenthr
r
quilt, 'galber,
Ä" °
The stitch Invented by Mr. How
m, fell
■ewing, making a beautiful
rd, braid, bin
perform
both «idea of the
le, and al. - „
Invented by him.
achiuea are subject to the principle
EV'SEND FOR CIKCULAR.
THE HOWE MACHINE COMPANY.
SIBLEY
A STOOPS, U*N. AUBHTB,
No. «3» Chestnut Street,
PHI LADELPHIA.
DrUltiw
AURAT T ,
WHOLESALE
PICTURE AND FRAME STORE,
No. 711 MABKET STREET,
u.
T.
RETAIL
WILMINGTON, DEL.
thee
The eut
ne of Wllmlng
ntlnueu to keep coa
ctulty, that
«Untly on hand all kin
PKINT 8 AND ENGRAVINGS,
SQUARE
til
OVAI. THAMES.
Alio, OU.T, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT M0DLDIK88,
which he will di«
e of
PICTURE FRAMES AND MIRRORS
Made to order, and finished iu a style
tbe lowest price«.
the taste, at
FRAMING
roved style, at low prices,
entlon of tbe public to hi«
1 er, in the i
eat of all kiud«
elegant a««
rici'URKb,
Which he will sail on aceo
All kinds of Horn« polished
rnxinented lu Ihe
; before purchasing elsewhere.
oot23-tf
jyj-ACHINK MAKINOjUDSI AND LOCK*
GEORGE HIRZEL,
waged by
few months atn
lespectfully^ au
commenced business a
uglily repaired, and

No. 206 HAST SECOND STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
Where he la prepared to do all kinds of ordinary
MACHINE WORK,
GUN-SMITHING,
HELL HANGING,
LOCK-8MITHING, &c.
the
insmith who lea
sd the servi
He '
Id give
promptste««
the public for'the ^
ec«*™ tub
■ rl
him*wfn'be executed w
«u
i,i H- .
:
patron
"'«r-KEPAIRINa PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
lyO-Bmoe
lyO-Bmoe _
DIAMOND STATE
STEAM FACTORY.
S. E. Cor. Front and Justison St».,
WILMING.TON, DEL.
Having purchased the Interest
John Walker, Jr., In the
I 8 ASH, DOOR, BLIND and MOULDING
BnsluesB, the nudersigned would respectfnlly ant
that they are prei>a red, ^
ohlr
WOOD WORK FOR BUILDING PURPOSES
AT THBR STEAM FACT »RY, ft. E. CORNER
JUSTISON STREETS, WILMINO
FRONT
TON,DEL
municationa promptly ansvr
49- PACKING BOXES of ever]
JOSEPH D
628.
HOOF SKIRTS,
NEW BPRINU STYLES, «Pu» Own
028.
«ta,— 2 , 2 \% «X, 3X
very length and aixe Waiei
especially adapte|
of Plain and
3«, 3X an
In every reepect First Quality, an
tbe waate of First Cla

of Hoop Skirts,are lighter,
ud really Ch
lehte
rable,
r Single er Double Spring Ski
Americau Market They are WabRANTU in every respect,
They are
iii il-
e of e
■ ■
give uni
r iutn.il
by Beta!
being extensively
k for^Hopki'u^OwuTl'ake," and see that each Skirt
u stamp»» "\v. t. hopkin s manufacturer. 62 s
ARCH Street, PHILAD'A." No
A Catalogue contaiulug Style, Slxe
Lib«
d—WnoLKSALi and Bbtiil',
prowptly and
Ac
No. 628 Arch Street, Philad'a.
bKIRTS made i
* order, altered and repaired.
WM. T. HOPKINS.
/ 1 KORUK 11. TLNUAIjI*,
CONTRACTOR
P—No. Ill
ND BUILDER.
•1ST STREET,
ond story.
BAST FOURTH STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
ow Second Street,
RESIDENCE— o
jiersoual attention paid to Jot
Btorea fitted up, a
Mr. Tindall
onld respectfully lu
do all
eution
re of public p*tro
LIVE
N K
AND
EXCHANGE STABLE.
No 104 WALNUT STREET,
WILMINGTON.
The subscriber,
AND EXCHANGE
bend some very fine horses for I
.nioug which 1» a splendid M
very pi
■sssesnL
a LIVERY
always ou
by'
la
either HIRE
lie Invites those wno desire
EXCHANGE HORSES, to glv
confident that he will be able
Klvo
*m entire satle
B -.i I«
faction. Hi. Ur
A. D. VANDEV EK
je'it-amos
P08T8
HORSES! HORSES!!
Furniture Oars and Drays.
ally
keep at bis old s
Front aud French Street*,
nt. Hor
les will be remov
re Cars and D
hin
raM
Wll
te
the Stott
n the city
are by s
draying can be ace
west possible reUs.
'moiuciV' wk!'
ENOVAL—«EDWIN HIRST,
( Formerly of No.
R
removed to
S. W. Cor. Tenth and Orange Streets,
Tenth
(Entrance
Wbete be baaopened a VARIETY STORK, andcon
to rtpulr CLOCKS, WATCHK#, Jt-.WELRY. MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS, Ae., In the beet manner._ JyES-tf
|)tJKE FRUIT ORCRRAM LÖZENUEN,
ed and for »ale by
ST
C °*LKMON A*
ïtMAYER BOOAAM, POCKET, PULPIT, ai>u
r Family B-bl*«, and every variety o
1 ai., at J. B. PORTER'S. 40U Market tt.
Hymn B

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