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INSURANCE COMPANIES.
'j'lIE DIUIOII) STATE
MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
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•••»ulna th*
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red wph
Of Pollrjr Hold
r;..
Ing are
by th
uhd f<
r brfn
d ea
d. lu UlUtU lllty la tu,
.■I Iimmia b ,
••1 of stockholder» or tna
thu
a. It can
cih"
ï paid
Thn payments, p
ingt Fund,
teipa
jay be called upon
ted of hie payment
nooeea to
h
ey be
Jer up bu policy
be paid on Onj
lor
«/*!. last Mi, g | Q s «n
•1 a hnmhug
surplus
-■»rings.
• tlmaia cheapness
Ä h»
-::raas£» * 5 « *•»«»'
be applied to Lyfe lasuran 1 * Wora Ulu
Eif Ä " :rs: "
fth
tided aa
rraers Mut
oe, which
i emphatically
Mail's Life lue
u will be
a.d La
swill t«
Fa
Kent, the
T
J
»unpaid by
ï»"'

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upc
« lii
«1
thbl
iiethlng iu
-•îùVfJ
thu I
OFF'IOKRS,
PHEBIDEÏÏ,
JAMES C. A1KIN.
eacBETAnr iso m AIC , E ,
ROar.RT MoCABE, M, O. '
_ DIUECTORB,
^ u'Vrew7"" l? . , " , ''
îir'Â.u? 1 : ralS?'"'*"
Ja«.
v
COUNSEL,
CHARLES it. LURE, Esq.
àlEDICAL EXAMINER— HOME OFriCK
R. P. JUHIS'öON, il. D. *
GENERAL AGENT,
aSAAC J. JÜJSKIN3, Wilmington.
^ 2. 0. D ugl.il, ftoymi;
» - olotiicn Ma
'• C2c, In* ae j. Jenkins! uantral .\* 90 i
Äs-xu er nppoini&iutiu will »>.; uii'.y «îfnouuaed
UFFICK—NH7 JttAMKKT 8VHKMT.
mari;-tf _ wilminqto.v. dai
r. I. Jump, Dover ;
Milford
r.A.M.
!s*
-
ryHtf FABMERS MUTUAL PlRfc, ir-ur.
J. UANCJC COMPANY,
OF THE STATE OF DEEAWARE
(OsiauiAL M.S.L C'BBXK, Ac.)
This Co
* people
autagea of lusuranc« against lo«
rlpUons of Property, except .»!«««
s ecp
by
The Inetltntion 1«
expert
-Jtmane^
>ur State,)
» principle I
by
'.. U
»able
djuet ai
: " "
iio aonber
jheac
O
pulp >
in char
punies presented to
itself, that Its fuiyras

,pt
It
t Mil
Looking mo
» safety than the number and
.... , . declined Hundrod# of Thou
ollare of Insurance, either
t in a single rien or as offering unfit ob
ice for tha Inatllntlon.
Jos, in proportion tu the"ami!
A
IX
t its risks
Er'ü:
manner It to
Qelect.ilfet of lnauran
x Millions
wltk
M
«ed tbe r

».•aaswssi?
!??ÂÂ1ÎÜ STS
"K^Gta. wia
aking « etUt lîrthS*
real protection t
*MO,i
fir
, but It pieae
drily again sr
by
he paring 1
athpLlr per
thei

It summe need
188 ?, vrith
nutty in Depoelt Notes
Toul proUctlon.
1V v ,, k ft »M Vamp«» of Delawar
they ought to patrenlM
$8t'0,OCO
Tt te
. , _ Preeldent—JESSE SHARPR.
Moretnrv and Treaeorar—Itoaaa* HcUsbb. M. D.
DIRECTORS :
Ell Wilson, Rrauaywlu. Hd.; Juae. Dehplain, Chris
e„«J«,i,ÎÏÏÏ.Â5ﻫH^.taSÆgSî'lfflf
John F. Williamson, WblW Ch, Crî»» i.
tor, New C^rtla Ed^ Curtis B. Ellisou, V "
oa s V !o S Hd -' Wtn - 'ismpie,
P'wf« Hd.; Charlae
Milford; Usury Todd, Uover.
•j • ■ ■ é®
oba O. Clart,
id
aa H. B
■, Peter F. C.
Charle* Tunn«ll, 'too
AGENTS—Aa well
s'vlBg applications &r laasav
, Braudyw
8 ^Robert M:Cabe, KUl
-J. SlltooB,'
i AppoqulalmiuW
, James Ortypen,
Ai H ford. Charles
On-ek lid.,
njUpiatn,
Llonf
y 'r...
. (toorç
ph 0. Grlmth, 6m
4 Cbartoa T. Fier
i*S
the
rgeiowu; H
, Du
ou g
tue
», Will ,«Q*1
LJ - MoCaI -
immtaiav
D ELAWARE PIRE 1K8CRARCK
PAN^x — i|Il> l'POaATRD PT TBX bujlBLATUnX «,
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS.
OFFICE, No. 607 MARKET STREET
Pl'ilh iTUniDBNT AND SKCBÄTAÄS «H* KÄCK?J
1 l»S AVPUontioua fo. Insurance at the.r •Wffwtl
DCngtcu, .?»'■»! lose*« by Fir. on every 4 e * crtpUoB 0 ,
» sbip. lo i>o lt aa4 theic
einer persoKal prop.n».
«•naportaü^^«)
fo
the
d*
by
Ta
es of Philadelphie or
tion
solidity o
adjusted- *7 tb® company.
DIRECTORS:
Samuel Tlcyd, | Jo«. MeadUihaj^ I Edward Melaatl]
Sw'.ïwSî I Tho ®M McO»ry,
.e for a ay ttjie'u :t leu ti
..... cSp'.^
■ protqpjy
ay bo
Ia adlitloc to the n
Dalawa
In*
tferee
neas
or
in
.
otage,
,) upon th,
to be lBsared—but
e by leaving a por i
used than
ag of the poll
wl-ting to lnaui
the aubjectc
tthdrawn a
t deposited
-/
»dt
fr
to
au
tug
.
bAMUt'.L ntoY^Bf
f
HPHÏÏ DEL AW AKK .MUTUAL LIFE
j. INSURANCE COMPANY.
No. 602 MARKET STREET
'WILMINGION. *
deaths
'WILMINGION.
GUARANTY CAPITAL .|100,000. !
»w fully org«ulied «■
Tjis Company
[Prepar.d
.
, Whlf
exper
hut with 9Ï
eaft
SySTKRS
spt policy
All policies ^ion-IorfeituUt.
POLICitB w-aurod as follows, vis:
LI* Z PÔLICIE
J.ÏFI. PoLlClS;-—
LNL
(«die.
Ilfs.
.'L1C1K,'
V'
Uisd
•! P.LK 1
kll polio
rip*
lÀlIcuî"'
TH09. D. WKEB, Vice P^«rid•nL ,0I '* A8,
B. NlLLDb, Aotuury.
G fcü. W. STONE Ga
M.M. GUILD, flccretary. '
id dividend»
n'l Supt
KW CASTLE COUNTY
IWrfl'ùA.NCE COMPANY.
OFFICE WILMINGTON INSTITUTE
CORN Eft EIGHTH AND MARKET STREPTr
WILMINGTON, DEL. 1 ÿ >
INTBREBT ON PREMIUM NOTES REDUCED 10 FIT*
T HE principle of
the r.»to*t,aud ex
» 1 '.hough thle Ins
N
»HJUAL
A
■SîÂîïîSSfiÂ
favorably w
g that Um«.
U«i> Insured In this oSc
rime, al
r .l°s fc * r#
»'»E th.ll.bunr of^okl.glh.'ciihîîîîîoîju^ilî;
nijBEcroH!.
iunmios—Willi.» CjnSj, Cl.m.« n. SojU, o re .
11.110., Cll.ri'u. "ï,
MKsaBKj
d list
»to
1. '• a
, Tr.
. I.
Y
Ian
irwura HcNbax».— Edward Erînfbu*»!
' " ' •* Kiddle, A.ht(
ohu Ouyer.
; ,r • .
Cams Hcxvnai).
Wan* Olai On»« Hotored —a. p. 8han non
1 aud iront 3
i
**' "
medical.
j \ LLKN'S LUNG BALSAM,
! The Great Lung Remedy.
I UNG BALSAM (ALLEN'S)
uia J Sold by all Drn
ggiste.
py •
j I UNO BALSAM (ALLEN'S)
, l J la the moat successful remedy for
CONSUMPTION.
j
PVESTBODY SUFFERING FROM
k. i „. Fuimonaby Complaints,
1 should use Allen's Lung Balkan.
N otice, allen-s lung balsam
Lures when other remedies fail
paid
S HOULD YOU BE TROUBLED
With Lung difficulty, une
Allïn'a Lung Balsam
the
T UNO BALSAM (ALLEN'S)
J f Has given universal satisfaction
to
I TSE ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
Far all Pulmonary Affection*.
N ever despair of a cuke
Till you have tried
Alien's Lung Balsam.
G reat success has attended
The iotrçduotiou of
Allen's Lung Balsam.
and
pure
B eware of consumption!
Allen's Lung Balsam
I s confidently recommended
«a & cure.
A RE you Troubled with ASTHMA?
AitsN's Lu.vg Balsam
Will reliey# you.
lo«
L ung balsam (allen-S)
Contains no Opium
In any of it» form*.
OTOP THAT COUGH.
O Allen's Lung Balsam
Win do it.
A -'•UBN'S LUNG BALSAM.
IX Direction« accompany e&wb bottla.
M others should keep
Allen's Lung Balsam
A t hand for uae in cbm of Croup.

For Consumption aud ail Pulmonary
Complaints this Balsam is the most de
sirable remady ever offered to the public.
i.
"
Charlae
Uover.
Its action ia expectorant, »Iterativ«,
sudorific, eedative, diaphoratic and diu
retic, which renders it one of the most
valuable remedies known for curing dis
eases of the lungs.
laasav
KUl
SlltooB,'
Charles
It excites expectoration and causes tbs
Jungs to throw off the phis
changes the secretion! an
tgm or mucus,
d purifies the
blood* heals the irritated parte; gives
strength to the digestive organa; brings
the îiver to its proper action, and Imparts
3ti«ength to the whole system.
tue
0 ,
theic
Such is the immediate and satisfactory
fo 6C ^' * 6 warranted to break up
the most distressing cough ia a few hours
time, if not of too long etauding.
It is warranted to give entire satisfac
tion even in tbe most coufirmed cases of
coneumption.
tferee
It is warranted not to produce costive—
neas (which is the crbo with most remedies)
or affect the head, as it contains no Opium
in any form.
otage,
th,
a
It is warranted to be perfectly harmless
to the most delicate child, although it is
au acti.e aud powerful remedy for rester
tug the system,
!
There is no rwal necessity for so m»o?
deaths from Consomption, when
ELLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
Will prevent it, if oaly taken in time.
G
We would
. recommend physiciana
paving Conaumptive patients, and who
Lave «awed to cur© them with their
medicip.
own
to give
la
merit
ALIEN'S LUN8 BALSAM
"
REAR
A trial.
Physicians of Cincinnati are
w naiug it in tbfir pr actice with the
happießt effects
I*
It cures when other rem «dies f»U,
WSoid by all Druggi *ts
Aad
Peri T D »vis j & Son,
PROVIDiSN a, i.
Y Æ N E BAU
1.
agent*.
th«
. ~
WINES AND LIQUORS.
SPEEU'S
Standard Wine Bitters
3
pa
mm
3
T
«
m*
r
H
g
m
Rf
g
o
'H
BEAUTY
»DII T*I WEAK,
FOR THE PALE,
FOR THE SICKLY,
FOR THK AOKD.
FPRINQ UBE.
I^NO DITTEB3 EQUAL TO THBM.-«|
Speer's Standard Wine Bitters,
WINE, HERBS AND. ROOTS.
SPSBR'8 Celebrated Wine.
rail known, with
PERUVIAN BARK,
CHAMOMILE FLOWERS,
SNARK ROOÏ,
WILD OHSBRY LARK,
QINQBB.
J.
üâfïteu" HBBI1S " ll E00TS «*»>11 '»•« «««H
ton. promo
r * * d OLD, MalH V 2
ons of
and vïaoît
■i I
8.
J.
D
to the YOUNO an
BRINGS COLOR to* t
BEAUTY to th
Cures FBVEK a
Ua* none i>
O-Ask fo
and FEMALE.
0 white lip,
APPETITE? 0 !?/
or 8PKER'S STANDARD DITTBRS.
b T Druggist* and Or« cers.
re is over tbi
ALFRED
.
M and
a thin lac

Bn
of
bottle.
Passaic. N. J, an
gerade suppllad by alt Wfcotreale Dealers.'
JOII1V MEALEV'S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINE& LIQUORSTORE,
108 and 110 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL
yet
I would respoctfullr aouo
public that I have opensd a
and LIQUOR dTORK at
wholesale a
am C I W b NK
Wines, Brmnaie«, Whiskies, Gine, Ssirlts
and Fancy Liquors,
1
Which will
u large and rmall quantities,
Country Merchan
... I
"I ï
Mn'eiiÿMMI ÜMwim n' s"(änmü»M ' *
pure au article as can
"has
public are in
■ and jodge for themselT*«.
b*J
a larger cities
liquors., lea
eheprl
nov5-ly
_J OHN M BALEY
ASO L1QIUR STORE.
MIDDLETOWN, DEL.
thl* method o' notlfjing tee
r, WINS and LIQUOR «T
The undersigned
pQblle
HIUMgwiitoJr 11
WOOD STREET,
Opposite the Depot, where be hae
hand a large
WIitKd aud LIQUORS, in bo
.. . floe ï
ï TOUACCO and CtOABS.
THOMAS MURRAY.
THOMAS MURRAY.
jns^ra^kje^companies.
CONTINENTAL,
it.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
!
OF NEW YORK
1
de
Omen—No. 26 NASSAU STREET,
Comer of Cedar MEW YORK
diu
dis
OFFICERS» ;
Fasern«* iwjugTDfl LAWRENCE.
V IUI PnSaihBXV— O tlUTON «CRIBNEB.
Sactariat-J. P- BOOBR8.
* "TUANT—K C. FROST
" w '*. haaïUNU— K D. WHEELER, U. D.
H. C. CARTER,
Managers far Maryland and Delaware.
Secend 8t. oppoalto post
tbs
the
1. R.
BALTIMORE, MJ
»f. B. &EÆ3STXST A.** t
AGENT FOR DSLAWARK,
ml Mutidtnu,
No 610 Market Street, WilmiDgton.
GENERAL STATEMENT.
up
of
Total number P
Total present Assets
Fellelea tuned
idea Issued.
4«to3,
....8.Ü04
,906,OUO
*52,671
. OV.U60
412,071
18W
Iaaorlng....
Pramluxsa
Amount paid for 1 o»ms by death
visible Surplus...
Dividend declared and passed
SSES"" 1
T h* NATION Als LIFE INStKASCE
COMPANY
OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
WpOCtTON
GENERAL AGENTS FOR DELAWARE
is
MKDIOAL KXAMINERft
Ox. JOHN K. KANE,
J.S. VALLANDISGHAM,
•* JOHN MeK KKMP,
« VF. H. HAMILTON,
» W. A. BARB.
- W.Y.OOMJHS,
•• RvBlBTP. JUMP
« W.D SHARP,
. WHITELEY,'
- W.T. GOODWIN,
- CHAULES H. BICHABD8,
- DAVID MALL.
'• J. U. P. IHIPLCY,
Wilmington,
city.
M
Odesr.i.
Uludisfowc
Da
Seaford.
• Home Company in every locality."
Premlnms Invested in tbe sec
The W allouai
And
Store,
Tbe numey paid for
Hou where reoeivad.
WOOUTON A
^ Bankers and Brokers,
Nau |aat Thirdstreet,
dee»
CARPENTERS.
k WOB H. TINDALL,
G
v *îONTRACTOB AND FÜILDKR.
8hop—ocW'nw Ninth and Spruce Streets.
RKSIDENC.V-ao. 4 S3 IAST FOURTH 8TRRET,
SflLMINOrON, DEL.
Stores fitted up, pwsotul attention paid
Wr.TIndail
Job.
part
soldi?«rpeatfdily infirm th# public that
fully prepared I* contract to do gll kinds cl wo
la hla line, aud hope* .by «trio t attentl
merit and fTcrive a e tna»,# ofpobllr pa
ZJr.
lACKSOfl J9NX& 1
" HAVU« tAMta A
REAR
S
ffEL.t.0WB HALL, Entrant. ..
KING STREET, below Fonrth, first alley,
I* prepared to do all Bind« a.f
CARPENTER & JO.INER WORK,
F rompu r and *t ioV prices.
Be will give SPECIAL ATTENTJ
e»ery kind. Urge or small jobs
THK
T<i JuRBIBTG
j^TOSK MASON Rk
WABMINGTON OOY
Informs Builders, Coatraetoie and others,
---mm of
STONE MASONBY,
: Ht he rill
Aad !
prepared tojtv* et
a
Or a
An experience ef thlr
xnarentM tha
bUBABLB.
m i
r, SOLID, NEAT.
aullilted and
_ VeU. Aildrras,
WAftHI.NG'ON COX.
308 West geranth *t. Wllmlnaton. DaL
fehlft-tf
1. ally anderceea a chan
Ceaeentrated Ex treat of Sxfsapatnia
ihfc uYhTKM
•r.d Helm
atéuunt^ôf
ter
th« greatest valu.
..U'V I .-LI I _
1
■AWm^AJTO BROKERS.
WOOLSTON & CO.,
BANKERS & BROKERSj
!
No. 15 BAST
THIRD S'fRRKT,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
DKAL6R«
Government, Railroad,
AND
STATE SECURITIES.
General Agents for Delaware \
Watioaul Life Insurance Oo.
Y# TUB
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Chabtabk» BX Sp ici Ai. Act
ArPBOYBD Jütr 26, 18li8.
C'ASH CAPITAL, $1)000,000.
directors.
Cwuusris,
o*L°ruïît Ph,, *«»>PM|b *• A. BoUlas, WasaJngtoa
||ÄFt.rr, So" RVÄ
ij
Usorge F. Tylw,
J. UltickUy Clark,
aw York,
d. 0.
Jo
OFFICERS,
. CLARK. Philadelphia, Preeidont
s.e.-,e,»Ä' f S™r tb '
iKANCâk u. Bull'll. Al. b .
8. KWING MBA K It. D., Â
MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD.
J. K. BABNAS, Surgeon Oe o. C. H. A , Waging »„
HÜdîî^lôtf. V. H. N.
D W. BLlaS, U. D„ WaAhlcgton.
SOLICITOUS AND ATTORNEYS.
WM. E. CHANDLER, Washington D C
OLBiiUA JUAUDlnO, YhMauelphla, i*a
!
j
ee and b
M«dl«.il
sst. Medical Direct-r.
Thla
its cbaracur, tfl
Kate, of Preuiit
Dmxo Capitol, Low
yet presented tu the public.
• rates of p
U I
■* largely rein
e to the Insurers a*
Companies, and avoid
Us
7 to"
be uudsrrtood tu p
tha Jticvm-frndu
•:«it
Heiurn Premium Mtp. iu tb„
1 ' ' * ,"®t °tily *eeur«e a Uf # i u
. reootve, tf living,
fbiicj
hla
ey b. h
u.lu addition to I
The attastlou of person
cateiaplating Insorl:
Ithetr
1
pedal ï
lieied by tli 0
Full parucnl,
wbex* Circular
«Ü xppllcatioa at
by
No e s... rpui . WOOUITOaN A CO
_ « 0- » Fast Third Sheet , »Vlimiugfou, Del.
QuiitmiAH' ruiaiin, ~
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
AND
Dealers In Real Estate.
2 & 4 WEST THIRD STREET, i
WILMINGTON, DEL
Mi
WILMINGTON, DEL
DELAWARE ST AX A BUNDS, GOVERNMENT Î
LOANS, DANK STOCK and * 1
CU Y LOAN
! Also, DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, .IRELAND
AND SCOTLAND
1 i
ay.J-ly
piKST NATIONAL DANK,!*
Of WILMINGTON.
Depoailaxy of tie Pabhc Moaeyi and
Financial Agent of the U. S.
J
EDWARD &EXTS, Pmaiiir,
Q. D. ARMSTRONG, Ca«hixr.
CAPITAL, -
$400,000
TH* oaummm and mobamolvo of govern
aUCBl 1 a«JBRlTl£S ATTENDED TO FOB
A S MA L L COMMIggIOM.|
PBJZJLDStfEU AVD NEU roKK XJCBAHOS
runyi&axB to bujulab depositors
WITBOBT CMAROE.
DIRECTORS MEET ON MONDAYS
M. POM DieCQUNT.
ARTISANS' SA VINOS JBAiVK^
THURSDAYS
AT «.30
r
No. «OY MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
ata^Âïisgjÿ
AU the profits of the Bank, after tbe payment of n*
ry expenses, are devoted to the benefit of tha 4 *
poiltora, and Dividend« are made seml-ennuell v « ,„Ti
and October. Sinew the oraanltttto V of "* T "" - pr "
n^m* un ' , ® r ® | 7 6 ®* a
, l he D1 video
DMdenli
*»«„. ..auS w d »•«'xt'i.röSÄ.s:
U»»«f U lomw w « «.. ilia.
Manager la a
trusted to the Baa
William 8. Hiun,
W. Uush,
ffo
AGIR .
Edward Dahiinoto »,
Joasri W. Dat,
Hgaar F. Dca*.
CHAaii« W. Howiaxu,;
job a. Jackson,
Cumut B. Sang,
• L. LioariMTm,
Wrn. H SttSilTi
8. Oavxuje,
Geckos W. Bu». Vice J££ UlLL *' P «^
Joa* P. MoLxar. Treasurer
doM
city.
FLOORjt FEED.
J. J. SMITH.
J: J. BREEN,
FLOUR, FEED & ORAIN STORE.
SMITH & BREEN.
Would ana
ally, hat they ha
to their frleade and
taken
pubito g«ne
locality."
sec
NORTH-EAST CORNER OF
FOURTH & SHIPLEY STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
And opened a ILODF, FEED and ORAIN ETORt
»MriBint* 1 f*tf^ hand • Inll aad
BEST BRANDS OF FAMILY FLOUR,
*» 0*« Farin», Cora HUrch
GARDEN and BIRD SEEDS
u T 1 ' i ** d » Q* 1 *. Cora, »nd in faot evsrythla*
usually fonad In a well regulated Flour
Store, which they wUl dispose of at the uRïftSîÔ
freeh
2u:twhsat and Corn
Good* »nrchteed
Job.
r «SLST 9 wlu u d ' llT4r * d
any
part of the City fr
The eltUoni
that
wo
i ÏÏtJS'S.Âï; — '*««
ZJr.
FLOUR. FEED AND SEED STORE.
lughl/"ft{SuIn« k thn bl * £D * ,ll0<I
generally, that he has taken the oldTsUbljthed
FLOUR, FEED, SEED AND GRAIN STORE,
on TBE
S W. cor. of Fourth and 8hipiey Streets,
Where he will keep constantly on hand
BUPPLT OF THE BEST FAMILY FLOOR,
Tha market can affoid.
TEED, BUD. MEAL, «ad ev.rythlag
onr and Feed esUbUshmeat«, which
sonable raiss.
parta ot tbe city free of
HUGH HAUUHEY.
..
W
ging
rill
tJ-Gix. 0 » delivered la
mhU-ly_
a GENT» WAITED,
•TS
Or a Commission
•»oo PER MONTH.
I y
BENS* F^U^UWIXO MACHINS.
KO Seat* W*dSô£°Ph£Üphl»,P*
I
ter «lrcuiAis and terms
1
CLOTHING.
! JjKMOVAir.
WILLIAM H. QUINN,
MERCHANT TAILOR
No. 183 MARKET STREET,
WILMINQTON, DELAWARE.!
» tub
.rut« his Men da andthe publia that
aVa , ?ÏT~'awS , »""ihf,;"L',Toiu"''
MERCHANT TAILOUINO BUSIN**?,
•a«l Winter Goo u*and^M**uro*h 001 **'' ° l FllU
*uar r<TocK or hpiun£ a°n D^ îiUMkihK'üOODB,
fini
u «I

NCH CL
OAMBl&aiBl» AND VESTIN'* 1 «,
tka public all theueweat style« o* fooda^wtûüi
o latest atytoa,and .make In the
\
.If
ARME NTS WARRANTED
FIT, and to
what they are re
HtSf?* 0 a large »took of
IKN'S FURNIdBING UOOD8.
t prloaa. Û lee him
GBNTl.
all of which he will aell
l call
re purchasing elsewhere.
, , , WM. H. UÜINN.
lerelgned la pleased to retnrahls thanks
^ Ppbllr for tbenatronage so liberally
♦ *•!§ old etane,aud hepee by strict
N. H
bee^pwed upon him i
WM n.QPINM
PRItG
s
«B SUMMER FAimam
1. IL MDLHAD8KN*
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
Hes remoyed :
No. US KING STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.,
Where lu invites hie a
publie
aad examine tain weU »elected and
Cloths, Caselmerea and VestlngB
SUITABLE FOB
!
j SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR,
WILL MaKI INTO
Garments in tue Latest stjles.
arm ent * an 4 * 1 » U • cd W0T *
Ion to tbo.o who may favor faimwlîh
I
dir p
i.d 0 «u aff , r 0läU ' rttl * 0D tb#
„ , , terms, and tor
sell at prices ihr below the usual
aprXhtf
ÇMEAP CLOTHING,
MICHAEL BOLL,
1^6 MARKET STREET*
below second,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE,
The attention of th a public
to the fact that I have toi
fj slock of goods tome Of
IDLaPRINO CLOTHING, conU*tlnx
neu patterns, fANTALOON», VESTS,
ads and the jieopl« of wl
; respectfully called
added to ay large

oi COATS of
8UIRT8, As.
Imlagton a
1 ho
I
Cato
UDn'tllffG er
t rrl
City. Study
yo
doa'r forget
.v, a Ml O«AKL BOLL'S,
olhin* Store, No. l'if Maoket Mtrest
Cheap >
_boo ts a a no tig.
i
J AMES WT BIB1ME,
WH0IJ3ALS AND RETAIL
FASHIONABLE SHOE SEALER.
No. 608 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
I stur* for*the 0 b«'u« h *' b(>T * 1 * r * , * nd •'oamodloBJ
tow«» th * ,ub,,r,bOT *• r*W 4 *• funlahw
Î
1
Ladies, Misses and Gents Gaiters,
SHOES AND BOOTS,
i
ry variety of Style and finlah,
work Boll
: tha lowaet phlia
aud warranted tobe
!P
Shoe buAlnera enables
i market price«

JAMna
lumxir.
NEW •
BOOT SHOE STORE.
-t
GEORGE 8. HAGANT
HAS JUBT OPENED,
J At Na. 102 West Second Stxeet«
ORANOn AN» U INAL I,,
äSSiSS
suit the präsent Umes.^an/rjieimetfully uto tlm'püblto
S S. llALÜVV IM WISHES
• hla friends and th« piibllc nenn
opened a r *
^Vl BOOT and SHOE STORE,
fcto Kg. IS EAST SECOND STREET,
., □.»roSEÄ' 1 ",* figälf "*™u »•**
Ans SHÜEa Bnd gaiters,
And wm eellthem at the toweeteash price#
WlLMIMoTüM?nfi"* ,ff °* lë *' »tlCOWO BTRROT,
c» INFORM
««Hy, that he has
Whore he
JACOU KATES,
. CORNER OF SIXTH ARD KIN« 8TK
Opposite the Post Oflloe,
WILMINGTON, DKLAWAB1
f bHHIONABLB BOOT AND SHQff DCA LIA,
chiÄrj"? 8hM *' jl »<u**'
id mad# to order " d# » orl P t toni, eonsunUy on!
I
n*i Chlldr
Srippera ol
floe polish Boots, Balmoral*,
•«•rial and flntoh.
Uniter
.-§J9X*3LA5. D tinware
PICKELS & BROTHER
anocscsoM to a. y. xioxaxfc '
No» 1 ami 9 East Fonrth Street.
N.
of, a raally first «j
COOKING Ha:,
belter, and .-on
«SMP*«, th »o '««Mo2? l Ia Uk *
uîlLl »'tont.ap i# the following
e who have had a large expert
Bln this oily:
ich met
• well know
WiLiiutGDj)», Janaary 87th i*nc
-Dxa* «U.-- J have tried tire« 01ft
•n Ivanges before I purchased the
Sï. CÄ'IMÄ
Mr. h F. Piikeie
Sarj
I Kl
doM Its work weil, «Dd'wKh' one 'hSt JH a ?H° 0a T* lt
»'■ * ôûiÂSÜ f?£ÄS
Ac.,
*• C BTOTSXXBUBG.
F. «J. F.. tK«.
t« 1 » ?!"•■ 7i.iD.Ti »"sc
Your obt. terrant.
ALLAOHIR.
. ^UJKMKW. February. UBto
äsä
Very respectfully,
H, r. PfoxxLs, Ssq.
stf
r
%
I
0
£
g
K
i. T. GAUSS.
• Hang
—dereuad* h
gives complete satUGuitlon.
* G. BRADFORD.
' . Wujuwaio*, Du., * ag , 4 18C( ,
S.'Ä1 'LYZZ'L •£$.
* """ket, and cheerfully reeonuavnd it to
tofan «aonomlcnl Bauge.
Truly your«, in.,
any
JNO. A. DUNCAN.
tiotoV* * r * 0Bl7 * few of the
S10VES, «II of which
rlh aft».« te, y * I3r S tliar •* r » a «*t«S Us
uiing at tha establishment,
.»..t
give to all
•a by «
gtiarenwd
W
ILLIAM
WOODM, Agent,
NAncrAOTcaxa or
ÄÄS® LEON WARE.
No. 282 FRENCH STREET
WILMINGTON, DEL. "
ging n eatly done and promptly attended to. Irtftf
QUANTITY
QUALITY—HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT
nil* v « rô f » b î d0M J g •"•'I- Th «»* "*>o deeire
nitty* nd large dosae of medicine ERR.
I y ANDKETM 1 »
W AUHANTKU €>AM
N Al KIN'S,
I nUILDRB«'« COLORED TOY BOOKS
«.»i» HRrtBw, ,tœî u •"
Ebuk and Newspaper Stere, 4M Market «meet.
PRY G OODS A CA RP ETINGS .
1869
1869
CEKTRAL
CLOTH EMPORIUM.
MEN'S COATINGS.
FANCY CAtSlMBKEN
BLA« K CLOTHS,
SI.ACK DOBHKINB,
BOYS' QOODS,
LADIES
MJXhD Cl.
PLAIN CLOT
FANCY OLOTR
OP Kit A CLO.
il NOS,
h.
SPRING WEIGHT VELVETEENS,
LU PLED QUALITY;
STRAWBR1DGE & CLOTHIER
Br«r>ac»fuUy anuonn
that during the
mtof all kind* oTc loth
Belnn determined
openlwK th
jy propoee
o Centr
goods, We have collso
aealtabla style end make of
they hay
- «•••rip
presanu (hr
Ladies', Men's and Boys' Wear.
r Stock of Ladle« Cloaklb
85SBT 8 * Dl ' b0D * ht
Und to
s. It will
this kind of g.-M.da^ d
'C
pasaed anywhere.
avite dealer^ both city at
-.t onrpiti -.
In whole pi
sr many it
■» *■* by
ï that are
rbc
while sr
ireiy
*
HUB
LINEN OOODc
WHITE GOODS,
'•nSLlNS,
LLANKKTS.
DRESS GOODS,
CLOTUS,
HOSIERY,
SHAWLS, he., *o.
We Jseir« to iofoim the public that Juno.
Spring season, om steck of all descriptions of
em of lew price«
e found largely lac
letoiuru by a O'.usti
reputation of helag tbe
huUt uplhe
Popular Dry Good» Uoutt of Philadelphia,
It shell be cur air
*b9 W io?d, a *nl
I a
CALL ON UP,
Beilovicg that by
•Un*. iMtiim*.
bTRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
CENTRAL DRY GOODS HOUSE,
Cot. EIGHTH & MAitKET STS..
PHILADELPHIA
1115 StOOP SHIRTS. j[15
WILLIAM T. HOPKINS
phlia
Has EEMOVED hto Uanufartoi
Wo. U1Ö Cheitnnt Street,
PHILADRLPB1A, where his '
d Sales!
wn Make'
OlaeVlffi?
:Zl Z
gtbsand
Hoop Skirts, especially adapted to F
sale and K el ail Trade, will be foun.
er ninety differen
asUoHy,
(•the: with
and Children'# Skirts, a
stole, finish, lightness, el
rl
oh
blllly and Ht a
Chea ^
e unequalled bv
are warranted la
I
«pair,
Unas of L»w PrlceJ Eas
lie
Made c'klrt*.
Springs.
Cents; !
Cents ;
CORSETS-CORS ETN—CORSETS.
Fifty-Seven diffor
'I
I
N
•'ils
«7 OM, «inbracing B.
g, M Madame Foy'e
.Tile,
>rs, Mre.
Oorsel*.
, and
Moody'« Patent ,- eaif Adjusting Abdr
French, English and Domvstio hand m
inferior French Veneras of OoUU C
Make." to which we Invite «»p.c'rI a
r nito.i
UNDER GARMENT.
ârâ&'av s,r, "*■ 1
In to get^ them lutrodu
»•**
has
rdranton
before purchaalag sli-whir*. Call <
at onr Alaautociory aud Salesrooms,
Street, Philadelphia yy
o. HIS Chasm
T. JUOPttlNa.
Â.moval of tie ^Templo of FaiMon."
(IBAkD or*m»o or spnüva fsiii.
\jr Iowa, Monday, AiARCu ut,ms. Forth* ut
'ease er her tauoue. MRS. M. A, mInskk
hae removed her DBKea THlMMINOd AND Pa PAR
PATTERN hTOUK to the N. W. Cornel ot KLKVhNTn
and CHKSinUT bixe.ds, Philadelphia.
Dreee aud Cloaji Making Dreeseesude to fit with
rtinrnt of Lad lea* D f .
Ity, at tbe
•leganr
and Cloak Trimmings In t
Orders ex.ru
kerchief*, ^La ^
Cutting aad 7 fiiung.
Mught. Price fa 60 ,
lÄfi'.'r,':
.„„.ai, 1 :
Rlbbcce,
A perlv-t »
1 n 't* o* h* ,a, t.
tôntlon, N. ^f. Corner L LLVeNTu' e n d °r"l I »
NUT BTAEKi B. Philadelphia C '
y AUIE1Y AND A UliU.UtNU M'i'OltE.
Mrs. A. E. GREGG,
N. E. coraer Eighth and Orange Streets.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Ladles Drew and other Trimmings, of al
grade«, conrianUy on hand at l'Ul.d.Inhla
Perfumery. Panov Boaps. Combs, U
it or artistes usually kept lu
Trimming store.
stylet and
nd a full
.1 Variety
*
a gen
Patton 1 « 03 *° lh * enltln S flttLBg
■f
QARFCT8.
OAR PE T WAREHOUSE.
0ARPKTING8 IN GREAT VARIETY.
OIL CLOIH8,
WINDOW SHADES, MATrS,
BINJAMIN GBKKH,
PUILtDKLPUIA.
ONE PRIGS
lt
Ac., Ac., A«., ail styles
mbS-tei]
Na . 8« North 8*cend St
J »TEWART DEPUŸi
SOUTH SECOND STREET,
stf
13
8
Above Spruce
r
PHILADELPHIA,
I
Now offere an unusual assortment of CARPETS, I g
£ OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS ' E
g p ' k "' •» *"• ««*■ "■>' i -
K * M " garbi tt!
J?
PHOTOGRAPHIC REMOVAL,
W^w occupy our NRW ROXLDINO,
No. 720 MARKET STREET
WILMINGTON, DEL. *
OUR LIGH
13 UNSURPASSED FOR RAFIDÏTY
AND SOFTNESS
OUR ACCOMMODATIONS AMPLE FOR AIL KINDS
OF PICTURES, 1 " D
IN THE MAKING ON WHICH
W* WILL USE 0ÜR BKftT^ABILITIKS TO SATISFY
BOTH A3 TO QUALITY AND PRICKS.
B. A M. GARRETT.
Coal
No.
Usto
w. A. REYNOLDS'
CLASSICAL & MATHEMATICAL
INSTITUTE.
WILMINGTON, DELA WANE
Open« Its WINTER TERM on
MONDAT, DECEMBER fth, 1868
°*or ofVrlncIp#I* h * d of b °UOHMAN, THOMAS à
B*« C aiPw?«dO^ D TRdVELINU BAGS
a#lee, Cigar C>>— #>»»*• ,HI?- e^Ponmuo
IL EUo,
E'rôViï.f£y!.®.ï?£"■«'"«"°
.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
J. & Ï' B. MoLEAR,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 807 MARKET STREET*
n the bolldln
!
8 I. Corner o.
SÄS
Po* Ur
ondi
I
Jack
lug. er
u Strati. I«
three story
atr«
*/■-* Dwelling, Bannet
orj Brink Dwelling, Lnr
tory Brick Dwelling, No 18 Newport Pike,
tory Brink Dwelling, with sank building*,
.1 KHrarn. .Nawport Pike, opposite Ollvri
>ry duube Pnakb"*^ ^ ^r ' ,n,
and Dwelling House,
t, between
IB*., Brandy
Eighth ï
NOS,
Onn
Chape
with
H
ne,
El
•laug
Tt
reel, with four
■I
•Innt Slraet.
Sp oi.did Country Hsat.

adelpbla I'lk
•ItpU
from
i Uro,. 0 »airport Pu», m ||.
w, lu Pen radar Hundred, neat
miles of Newark Depot.
Appoqulalmtuk Hd., I to mtlee
ou Delaware Railroad, With
Brandywine-Hundred.
Fa
i«i
A F
BUILDING lots
■ 9 ■ ^ »t'on*Th ird*t treat 1 r * * t*' 187 ,wt 1
■of Elu and Van Bnran 8troeU.ll*
leet by '
rner of Athuns
d Eighth Ht reel, fig
Eighth Street. '
doep, M
fbbli
I !..
148
MU AWKN'is,
B. F. & J. F. WINFIELD,
StoDy Creek bepot, Sussex, Virginia.
L
er of VA LU ABLE FARMS
bllabed an
!► violnity, we
Depot, on th«
it Pe
thl.
.6 Tslaable
of lh u
ireiy
•ha
,l!
•.bis place
tlltii
Pr
>gl»
I K It M S— I
u. No sale
REF. It BACKS
Boa. 0. !. COLLIkR,
•d
* W. R. B. Co.
hOULUT
'î< Alill.L, New York.
Dr U. P. WIN FI EL
., Sussex
VIKFIEI D, !
or. y Ck
,W.
aty,
Va.
acquaint
'he above r amed gentl
it they ere r*ep
eui wiil beat no
J
pers
B
^II031 AS M, OGLL,
Klc-al Fiifafe Agei»l & Aurtiuucer,
No. 1 EAST THIRD STREET,
ÏILMIXGTOX,
.
FOR
FARMS Iu
Dispart*of tho
f tbe City.
.
arr6-ly
_.COAL AN D WOOD .
VGRItlLTUBtL U AIU-IIOl SE
HO COIL YARD.
WILLIAM J. BROWN
Agricnitural Warehonee and Coal Yard
(I a'e cf Lxsi« A Wilson,)
South End of Christiana Bridge,
FOOT
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
MARKET STREET
fould rr-pcciluUy caii the
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Met
.. ..M.otd M»we
PU wh, Harrow
"coltivVtoxsf' Pen 3
ilardwoie genersliy.
and», PLASTERi Peasb
Lius
ï
ki
Z
Draining Tile of all line.
am.«.
Clovcj, i I cut by,
•J, Orchard, and Turnip
Mi
;illy to hi*
»Rieh will besold at low rat.a
liu may ralj upon gattlng the
usd, and full Weight.
a
COAL, WOOD, LIME,
N
CHARCOAL,
PJLASTEn AND CEMENT.
Mre.
and
r,
aT THE YARD OF
JOHN H. TURNED,
Water St,, bet. King and Fienoh,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
eliliihCosl, Locust Mountain. Br
Rchuy.klll Ccal of all ej
ut
PAR
Mount
aud of
«bd Wacl
eperior qu
, Pi
*k
and Ce
»een King
oc!«7
misoellan e o US.
CH INA, GLASS,'
:
AND
QÜEENSWAEE.
At No. 802 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL y
WiU
>uud the largest and be,
»artment of th*
Band China Dinner Seta,
Band China Tea Sets
White China Tea Sets,
White China Dinner Sets.
E D WA B DS'
white Iron Stone Dinner Sets.
B D WA R DS'
White Iron Stone Toilet Sets
EDWARDS'
White Iron Stone Tea Sets
Fanoy Toilet Sets, great variety
All
public
All
My
be $
COMMON GOODS.
of «vary description
FANCY ARTICLES,
In endless vailoty
Hard Rubber-Handle Knives.
PLATED PORKS, SPOONS^
CASTORS, &o.
Plated Tea Sets, of best quality.
Cut Glassware,
oi every description.
Pressed Glassware,
of every description.

Oall
Not.
Where
is
enlarged
Coal Oil Lamps,
Portland Kerosene Oil,
Lamp Chimneys, &o.
A8 (rood goods can be «old.
TUPS. T. deNOHMANDl B.
ElllUVLlUUR BROTHKIIS,
Decorative Artists and Fresco Painters,
FROM
No. 846 NORTH TENTH STREET |
PHILADELPHIA
"ÜÖSJ
n.t
dripbla
valions
him,
DCESELDOBF AOADEMI
ri bers, or «old at the conutor by
■ayl-ti
. B. R. BUTLER
4*0JUark«t Street
No.
J -HI'
MISCELLANEOUS
! WILLIAM
«• WATT,
plumber,
9
fiAS & STEAM FITTER,
Ü15 WEST 4th STREET,
(opposite cm ei-aiKo ,)
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
WATER AND GAS
1NTROÜUC&Ö
Dwellings. Factories and Luildl#*
Gecerally
Chandelier*,
Pendant«,
Bracket*,
Portable Heading Etaadg
\
All description* of
brass AND [RON pumps*
Hydraulic Rams,
Iron ana Lead Ripes,
Bath Tubs.
Sheet Lead,
Wash Stands,
Vitrified Drain Tii e , u n alzaa
Mast Perfect anil Successful
ti'aivesîer in the World..
In elovBn year* the oafo of the BUCKEYE ban
rncrowed from 75 iilacliiuoa to 20,
»Ingle SMion, and over 100,000 n,*
thu United Hintrs.
. . . . Wohnt Premiums
important Field Trlr. 1 * u-erhtU In
Its CJrent Durnblllty linn Been
EstaLiiehed, and It u ovorrwîu ro t
ighly
nlzod on tho
nntlnrii of Exccllr
Worhtnunsbip, ns
clplo.
Valuable improvements added for 180D«
Manufactured by
*« in ill'Ucrln.1 nnd
ADltlANCE. PLATT
Man uf actor
bkccpsle. N
f-r
MiOi UUN, KIFJLE
SE
f-r
MiOi UUN, KIFJLE
PISTOL MANUFACTORY
FREDERICK HERTIRQ,
Wo. 214 King Street, abort Second, Wilmino■
ton, Vtl. *
The PuHciiber
H-...
-S. at'hU
"• f '»«-ia
ill
T 0UN8.
JM
... i
, No. an
tad beaut
f Pi UK A UM
DOUBLE BARREL GUNS PKO.i'..*
SINGLE BARREL
•to to $ia*
HS Fit»
•JL
KLYPS
Colt'*. Sharpe'*, Allen's«
wllh CjrirlJ_bS. Ac., •
o. Ely's
tlSTOZT.
d Smith'» A Wesson's Bevel
mpleio.
-ter PreM Perc
Pen 3
Peasb
Appar
»My. Fishing
4^-PartlcuU .
--ks mlthlng as i
I Hanging and
-- ngJ^riX
BOOK BINDING.
The subscriber* having pnroL
of BOUUIIMAN, THOMAS A L
ÄVMSSTfi?;
rat.a
the
BOOK BINDING
AND
BUNK BOOK MANüFAGlüRiNä
No. 420 Shipley Street.
BLANK BOOKS' MA DE to ORDER,
PAPER. BILL-HEADS, Ac, RULED TO
TERM, OUT BOOKS CAREFULLY. RE-b!j'i'\-i
VAGAZIN tS, JMUUJC, l'Aisi'llbEl'i
■SD NhWsi'AT.HS UVU»S' *
it Reasonable Kate*.
PAT
Orders by mall
r.ssd as follavya wf
JOIii\STOiV A BÖCU,
__ WILMINGTON DEL
*ltfc
DIAMOND STATE
steam factory
3. E. Cor. Front and Justlaon Sta.,
tritMi;
Ce
"t DKJI.
«sed the! Internet
JoLa
«*. Jr,
SdSB, DOOR, BLIND
•nd MOULDING
UM«, tbe anders!
In i
»nehlp oomblMd ea
WOOD WOSK FOR ÏDILDIKO
shin*
i a (lor
FCRr08Ffl
FACTi.iRY, ft. i. CORNER ok
ÄVl° NT kt,D XUBTlfiCN 8TREETS, WILMIXKL
*r"«KiNa'KÄ
— r r _Jos.
klô', U * 11 BKO
7 JÜST & ALLM 01 Y,
SEVENTH & SHIFLEV STREETS,
WILMINOION, DSL.,
epi
bat «heir* l °
STOCK IS LARGE AND COMYLETJji;
C0HFKI1W0
aiRMANTOWNS. ROCKAWAYS, TOP*
NO TOP BUGGIE3, die., îc..
•> 1
All of which ■
Carriage#
. , , -- th« uuall'y, dr
r« n p«st. 1 * 1M l>6 * cb*r«ot«r» ^-'^•büity
REPAIRING AND TAINTt» -
tLe her' (
mern-t, _ Jiw.r.« .
LEWIS C. ß'tRTVflr, .
HAT AND CAP STORP
s». 283 Market street
SSar-S?
public ln gaîeraf no •" llunt, » to my ■ usiumers. *Jd*»hi
All Goods will be sold «t reduced t.i,
My silk l(at Trad« will u. P *'
c^TtorL* ,U p,,crfl from $*.00 to $o
be $ 0 . 00 * AI i' otheVgood" r "uc*"
Promptly
SECONDHAND CaKk'
u,, ob J®ot to all,
1 lu propoiiion. Uy
HAÏS, CAFS, U.MBIÎELLA3
„ „ PENDJ3K8, Ac.
Oall agd examine the
can es, gug -
îsi'bîî.rniîï'ifâij'vj
No. 288
P*'e-i
JAMES BRADFORjj
'^■'OULD respectfuUy Info
Removed to his New Store
Not. 4 and 6 East Third Street, *
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Where he will keep coostant'y „ u Land a full at
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
is facilities tor conducting the buBlheasun tL
enlarged e#ale,and ia the- ■ '»«•on the
m hto

i publia
near Market
iVwfavJ
thank 1 " PkJlb *
n.t eq
establish!.
dripbla and
hto
I ll
valions for th«liberal patronage heist
him, anil hop«« by strlot atteution i
rlt
n OUl,M O\ & ( o„
BANKERS & BROKERS
St rent t©:
No. 15 EAST THIRD STREET,
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