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STRIXOER'S Gl'IDB.
aaAnn
after
first
oity ■will find the follow
Arrangers YlsitinR
n£ useful for reference :
Churcbep, Societies. Organisation»
tlons, doairing to be plaood in this Hat, or haring
any changes to mnkn therein, will please report
I . t > 1
the same at this otQou
CHURCHES AND CLERGYMEN.
BOHAN CATHOLIC.
tal,
St. rani's Churoh, corner of Fourth ond Jaclt
Ptreet. Right Rev. Thos. A. Becker, D. D.,
Bishop of Wilmington.
Ft, Peter's, corner of sixth and West etroets.
Rev. Matthew A. McGrane, P
P, McGrane, Assistant.
St. Mary'» corner of Sixth and Pine, Rev.
? Reilly.
tal,
; Rev. Peter
PB0TS8TANT BPIBOPAl.
tal,
St. Andrew's, oorner ef Eighth and Shipley
, IU. Rev. Alfred Lee, D. D., Bishop of
s tree
the Diooeeo.
Trinity Churoh,
treots. Rev. Charles Breek.
Calvary Church, oorner of Third and Wash
ington streets. Rev. George A. Lati
Trinity, (old Swedes) corner of Seventh and
Church slreete, Rev. Charles Brock
St. John's, Brandywine Village; Rev. T. Gar
diner Litteli.
ner of Fifth and King
000.
tal,
PBB8BYTB&IAH.
FirBt Presbyterian Churoh (0. 3.) Market
Street between Ninth and Tenth. Rev. S. H.
MoKown, pastor. Bervices nt 10$ A. M.. and
7* P. M.
The Fir»t Preebyterian Church, formerly of
Tenth and Market Streets, uow holdB itB services
în the Union Church, 8eoond Street above West.
Bev. II. S. Huntington, stated supply.
Hauover Presbylerian Churoh, oorner of Sixth
and King Btreets, Rev. Lafayette C. Marks.
Central Presbyterian Churob, King street be
tween 8eventh flHÉVHü
Monroe Stroet Chapel, connected with Central
Cbuich, corner of Eighth and Monroe Sts.
Rodney Street Chapel,
Church, corner of Roduey Sireot and Delaware
nil
(I Eighth. Rev. C. D. Shaw.
ooteil with Central
Av
of Adams and Dock
Olivet Church, eo
Street». Roy. A. J. Snyder.
Gilbert Chapel, Fourteenth and French sis.
BAPTIST.
fc'eooml Baptist oburcb, corner of Fourth and
French sireois, Rev. W. If. H. Marah.
German Baptist Church, cor
Walnut Streets, Rev. R. Piepgras.
Delaware Avenue Baptißt Church. Rev. G.
h: ..'-past 10 A. M.,
of Fifth and
W. Folwell. Services
quarter to 8 in tho evening.
German Lutheran Church, corner Sixth and
French Streets.
CHARITABLE AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS
MA80N10.
Froc and Accepted Masons, moet statedly at
sheir Hull, Market street, between Seoond and
Third.
r KLI. IW- ill".
held every
night at the Odd Fellows Hall, corner of Third
and King streets.
Subordinate Lodge meetiugs
PYTU1A8.
. • I ••
Lodges of this Order meet every Monday, j
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday aud j
Saturday evenings, in their hall, over Morrow'« !
Market Street, between Seoond and Third.
Improved Order of Red Men meet every Wed
Befday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
îngs in the Wigwam, No 804 Shipley Street.
TBMPIKAXCa.
of theSone of Teraperaucenicer every 1
ght at their Hall, third story gtatesman
Building. Filth and Market streets.
AMEBIC,\1 MECHANICS.
^ w *unoits cf the Order of United Amerlc
^'^haulcB meet every Monday, Wednesday, i
v day and Friday evenings, at tliuir Hall.
f story StateBinan Building, c:rcer of '
• **Aand Market streets.
ANCIENT OBDEB
The Ancient Order of Good Fellow»
Red Men's Hall, corner cf Third usd Market
Btreete, awry Monday aud Tuesday evening.
SBOTMBKHOOD
Humanity Circle, Brotherhood of the Union,
(H. F.) C. A., meet at Ferris & Garrcit's Build*
îng. Market Btreet, between Fifth and Sixth,
ever/ Saturday evening.
AMERICAS V BOTBSTANT ASSOCIATION.
I
Diviei
!
at !
Hoorn No. 7,
McLenr'a Bailding, Fourth Story, Second *ud
King Btreetg.
ry Mouday eveuirig
I
McLenr'a Bailding, Fourth Story, Second *ud
King Btreetg.
ry
EDUCATIONAL.
P7BLT0 8 OH 0 OL 8 .
Ho. 1— Grammar school, cerner of Bixth and
Prsnoh streets.
170. 2—Primary Sohool,
wod Waebington streets.
Nc. 3—Primary Bohool, Jefferson street, be
twefd S* oopd and Third.
Nr.. 4—Grammar School, Washington street,
va i'seond and Third.
No. f*—Primary School, Sixth etreot, be
tween Market aud King.
No. 6—Primary School, Wolnut street, be
tween Third and Fcurth.
No. 7—Primary School, cursor of Fifth aud !
}r ef Eleventh
No. 8—Primary sohool, oorner cf Seventh and
Ppruop.
Vo. 9—Primary School, cerner of Tenth
Ki*g stTcats.
No. 10—Fri
Weshittutou.
Jtl
A
»ry Bobool, Second street,
oouxacB.
tVesVyru Female College, No. 602 Freuch
SCHOOLS.
ACADEMIES
T C. Tsylor's Scientific
of Eighth
Commercial
id Wollt
AcUiItriJ, 0
StTkktB.
V7. A. rpynolii'a Clasaical Seminary, second |
»tory Savllle Building, Sixth and Market etreets. :
llannafi More Aoademy, corner of Eighth aud :
WeBt streeta.
Mrs. Perkins' School for Yoang Ladles, No.
217 West Siiventh Street.
Ann Fi'tliergiH'fl Sohool, 901 Market Street.
Bt. P.icr's Female Sohool, corner of Sixth
aud We.
Afrioan S-ihool,
fitreete.
Mita Hflunah H. Bringhurat'sHchool, No. 206
Fourth «
EH.Kl.eiU B. Riob.rla' Sclionl, No. 00C
Oraagc sireete.
i.-erof Tenth aud Orange
LlTiRARY SOOIRTY.
TUe Y..ung Mcq'b ColUolio Philopatriau Lilo
every Wednesday evening
m tLtir Hail, No. 2 East Third direct, third
story, at 7 i o'clock. Room open every evening
to t.cmber< and strangers in Ihe.oity.
•AETMBNT.
FïiendBb'us oorner of Tenth ami Shipley
Streets.
Ileliauie, corner of Fifth
.Delaware, Sixth
phoenix, Fourteenth
Amt Walnut.
Water Witch, Shipley
Compauy, Second
>1 Orange ntreets.
near King.
, between French
>et above Filth.
, between
i
Bbipley and Orange 1
WnflhiDgtbD, Sixth
Market.
rCBLIO BU1LD1NO«.
House, corner of Sixth and King
Cuator
, Ijelwttn K!tu and |
j
i I
Ofiiue, corner of Oixth and King Btreets. |
City Hall, Market
Kl*th.
Po
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS.
■Wilmln jton Inetitute, corner of Eighth und
Market Si.-ects.
Iuternal Revenue Assessor'a office,
Story, Caetera Houae, Sixth and King streets
OIF 01 of tho Water Department, corner of \
Tenth and King etroets.
Odd Fdliows ilall, Third »ud King r
jiioiHhwUae, located on Broom Street,
lAQOastcr Turnpike
Coutij Hospital, on Broom Street,
Xeuoeetcr Turnpike.
jHotpi for Friendiess Children,
end Adams street.
nom-.- tor Aged Women. Nv 60U Shipley
Btreet.
Tfco WUaing'on eud Braodywi
looated on Delaware Avenue, hounded r-j Aâ*ra
Btreet ond Brandywine Creek. Office à. r. ?or
ner Eighth and Marke
ths j
the
Niuth
Ho«., lot»!! !
Mw ta J..«.,, An«, I
The C. 8. Circuit Court
seoond story of tbs Cast
the third Tuesday of Jur e
The Ü. 8. District Court,
lues,
%t
•nd September.
^»psrior Court and Court of Gmorn.i»;
oed Monday of
7A held at Georgetown,
April, and second Monday in
County, at Dover, on tht fourth Mouday in April
nri fourth Monday in October ; a* Now Cualle
County,»! Newcastle on the second Monday nf>
the oemmeneerj-eut of »he April term in Ktut,«nd
the third Monday iu November, ihs Court ol
Chancery and Orphan'* Court,ie heid in New Ça» •
tls County on tne thiru Mouday in February, and
first Monisy in äeptember; in Kent County,on the
grit Tuesday after the fourth Monday in March,
aaAnn the fourth Monday In 8epteiab«r; in Sint
Conmy on the first Tuesday after tho second
Monday i n March, and on the first Tuesday
after the thir<t£Iondny in September.
The Mayor's Court aits in Wilmington
first Monday in March, Jane, September and
Deoember.
BANKING INSTITUTIONS.
PILAW AM,
NATIONAL BANK
MINOTON,
Corner of Sixth and Market Btreete. Capi
tal, $110,000. Diecount days, Tuesdays and
Fridays.
moat
I
WILMUIOTOB,
Corner of Third and Market Btreetr. Capi
tal, $286,000. Disooont days, Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
FARMER'S BANK,
Ut
■1

WILMINGTON
NATIONAL BARK
° f
BRAHDXWIRl,
Corner of Second and Market Stmts. Capi
tal, $200,000. Discount days, Mondays and
Thursday».
of
UNION NATIONAL BANK 0» WILMIXOTOW,
Market Street, above Fifth. Capital, $800,
000. Disoonnt days, Tueedaya and Saturdays.
WILMINGTON,
n
RATIONAL BAMS
Corner of Fourth and Market Streets. Capi
tal, $400,000. Dieoouut days, Mondays and
Thursdays.
the
H.
of
be
SWINGS BANK*.
WILMINUTOH HAV1SQB
OQic. H. K. corner of Eighth not Market
ml
In
the
nil I'l l».
DRLAWABE SAVINGS BANK.
Office 606 Market stroet.
be
f
ARTISANS 8AVINQ8 BANK.
Office 607 Market
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
IN8ÜRAR0R COMPANY.
DBLAWARE
Oilico No. 607 Market Btreet.
FARM KB»' MUTUAL
1N8URAHOS COMPANY OF
DILAWABB.
STAYS
Office No. 827 Market street.
CASTLE OOBHTT MUTUAL INBURAKOB (TIB«)
COMPANY.
Offi'-to Institute Building, Market Btreet, above
Eighth.
1<
and
G.
M.,
DRY GO OI>s> & CARPETINGS.
|4K JLARClKir
and
and
AND,
CHOICEST STOCK OF
LADIES CLOAKS
j
j
!
I
At Popular Prioe*.
1 Tri mtpiny n.
i
'
I
By
Buttons,
Blnok Silks.
!
CLOAKINGS.
;
!
Wc Lave made aatlelactory arrangeraeuts by
wdiicb we caa offer
UÎRST QUALITY
BERLIN ZEPHYR,
AT 50 CENTS AN OfNCE.
!
Wc shall keep
ha lull an tissortzsfcnt oi Colors,
AS IT WILLJJBX P0ÏBT3LK,
Jtl
heretofore]
A ml
ALL OF THL BEST QUALITY
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
|
:
aud : VEt
^
No.
206
00C PA-LL i WINTF.Il UKESij GOODS,
226 Market Street.
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
207 MARKET STREET,
ULL LINK ol
.L WOOL rOPMN'S,
•ACA,
POPl.INF
BILKS*»
<"K and COLORED ALPACA»
KLACK and CULORED
•WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWI,».
HLANKRT8,
QUILTS,
,R AND SHTRXINO LINEN.-*,
TOWELS, NAVKINS «ud DOYL1K8.
I.ADTBft and GENTS HANDKKRcniEFS,
LADIES MERINO, bent, good and cheap.
GENTS MERINO SHIRTS and DRAWERS.
A ;gof "lJ«nd cheap se
CASSIMERES
dug neas'on. CANTON FLANNELS
foi tha
, 10 .12'-.; aud 14 ce
Flannel« 20,31,107, 92 ,76
King
M Si
ANDREW E. CROW & Co.'s,
and | „ 07 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL.
j ifs. M. GÀRBETT.
i I PHOTOGRAPHIC REMOVAL.
|
und
of \
Shipley
Aâ*ra
?or
(V BUILDING,
No. 72" MARKET STREET,
WILMISOION, DEI.
Wepow occv
ths j
In UNSUBI'ASSBD FOR RAPIDITY
- 80PTNE83.
UR ACCOMMODATIONS AMPLE FOB AI L KINDS
OF PICTURES,
the
> Tun
Niuth
N THE MAKING OF WHICH
.'R BEST ABILITIES TO SATISFY
WE WILL CëB
PRICES.
I« T', 1 QUALITY
B07
S. à M. GARRETT.
W. A. KSTKOLIil'
lot»!! ! CLASSICAL & MATHEMATICAL
institute.
An«, I WJLMU/OToa . DELA VARE '
of
Opens It* WINTER TERM on
April
Cualle
nf>
ol
Ça» •
and
the
March,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7lb, itJ68.
b* b id of BOUGHMAN, TIIOMA8 à
S'S COLOUR» TOY BOOKS
ge ainortment
N"w» pf per
FULIMH CHOW CHOW and JB1ZED
riCRELs, at Iwurtb
a »f JFwn-Ctixi, "J
L
forkst
INSUÄAKCI2 COMPANIES^
|'UE DUMOKD ^TA^jE
MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Thl« Company I« uow perfectly organ'sed, and rapidly
'ring application» tor Insurance, either on the Lila,
term of year*, or by Budowiueut baaed
moat approved table».
Copies of the
Ä'
which It w
deelron« of oicamtn
__e Agent, by
of thoee who by
.liKiriimtlun
all wh
e «object, upon ^appjte
I
t ..i la the
ng bocome
strictest manner.
The Poller
Ut e. or constitute"
■1 Of the ln»
No mode of Lite
e a Saving» Fund ,
ic paymei.iR ma

}, bo equitable,
• •hepuople.
° f No StherUfe'i
h
of Mutual a»
h.-.
mpar
The following are
a of Ita pecsllaritt«»
of Policy Holder» l
It I»
by
by themselves, from
them solve«; each
r being a
n all the bseiu
Second. It» mutuality
b;
ici of Incorporation, not bv i
ntrol of stooknuldara or in
». It.
»of tho
oipM a
may be c&Ue
the
UVeUl.'ll
8D(k/u|
!"
rth. Ther
1 11 '
ml or
I.i
In the Inter eat S« a few
the surplus or
absorb or
other*. It w
b
will permit,
..
J'thu
clple. the Uttar
yearly premium«
the burdens of In
be applied tn Lift
sit
i
b
u
urancs Gosnpa
In
applied to Fire
Delaware needs little
Lastly. 11 will be made c
Meobanicsand Laboring M
se people

ally
I U
I •
cies
OF
jrs
en death! 1
Reflect on this
not wait to be called i
1<
e appoin
OFFFOIiHSs
PQEBIDKNT,
JAMES C. AlKIN.
BKCBETA11Ï AND *T It E A 8 U II
ROBERT McCABE, M. Ü.
KB,
aiRECTOUa,
, Wllmlngk-u,
Jas. c. m
t ■•: ,-,i
luilogton
Wit'I
Ohas. D Lore, Keq , «*
Phillip Plnnkett, "
PtlHug. New
Isaac J. JenUiu*, ti
COUNSEL,
CHARLES B. LORE, Esq.
MEDICAL EXAMINER—HOME OI'FICE,
R. P. JOHNSON, M. 1>.~
GENKRAL AGENT,
ISAAC J. JENK1N3, W ilmington/
ISAAC J. JENK1N3, W ilmington/
AGENTS,
ei*». s
Day, Farmington
Joaepb, George to
Home Oflloo, leu
'mUIo
U
"j.
Jenkins, Oe»«»!
tent« will be duly
OFFICK-KR7 MARKET
I nk Farmers n
UAKCE COMPANY,
OF THE STATE OF PEE A WARE.
(OUSUAh toji-i. UOMIR, Ac.;
.SIINOION, DÉÏT
■UAL Fllllt. INSU.
sffor t. the people
Thj» Company continu«
wave, It» sttMriorsdvsnl
By Cre. 0 » all dewrtpilo
-pt
For
d#d by ovor 80
The InetltntloB l«o
ntlontotb
"a"®
bj
• first to Int
Sdj'lBt
of prop«
two »nkbled
the
; I
or:s Insurance C 01
It Uk«« credit t
prom
ns and
Utlga
g over $100.'
•'r
o tke partie» in
0 ty
_t of it»
—nd* of Dollar» ef Iuhu
^
aeleet,ll»t 0
BIX sum
ay
oa .
only
»d tho .I at*
•vldauoe o
jjAb.UOO, L cecurlty «gainst
bytho r
ilp
rill
paling lutoreet
1 of « per cent, per
need the year 1882, wii
the oommanlty ln Depoell Note« 0
Svplus Fund

,000
Total proto««ion,
work of the Farmer»
D claws
I
Ucy ought to pa
Prasl'J
r—R ob
DIRECTORS :
-JESSE SHARPE
l Tie
Secretary 1
«aw
l WlUcn, Brnudjfwlnc
and Jee^e SUarpe^Vv^Blng» 0 ^
.,i J B
;;s
Crvek Hd ; J
(Jeoige Janv
oad»r Hd.; J
Smyrna ; Jam«. 1
X. glcmlng, Piter
Chari«» Tunnell, Georgetov
AOKNTS—As well nr re
■«np

ot
. R
Mil for
ng applications fo

■no« e» due« of me
EU Wilson, Brandywine Hl; P.
Creek Hd,; Jamee Delapiaiu, ChrU
»UU*m«on, White C -
PeHeader Hd ,H«a Lit
Hundreds; Jowph 0.
»Cab«, Mill
Appoqulnt
rtfflth,
Crippeu,
ry'Todd, Do
neil, Qeorgetowi;
naditalgned, WUmlu
ROBERT MoCABK M i> .
D IELAWAUR FlUK iniSl'HAfliCK
F S DttAWA 0 " 0 **** 8 BI TK£
one hundred thousand dollaH
OFFICE, No. C07 MARKET STUFST. '
lX,Hlt rRkhlDhNT AND SECRETARY AUE KtCRlV
<y,
«argoee, h
■Uo again
good», wa
Term» 0
SsÄiK
*djo»iedky lbs sow pan y.
Samuel Floyd,
lus#
n
Joe. MeudiuL
U, JKJwardM
1
Jo

SX
In a
Company, (
Delaware Fire I
tuaLy»ff««U»^ depog j t „
or leu», according to
(m
rble
any Um« by
Thl* method 1*
the Inenred
1 be :
hd
fr
billing to In
I SI
[mukÏ'floyd, 1
MoLb as,
HE DELAWARE MUTUAL LU E
INSURANCE COMPANY.
No. 602 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON.
GUARANTY CAPITAL.$109,000.
T
,76
il» Company la now fully organ lr
ved pla
Dich 111-'
a..,
ist lug compau
safety
There
holder», and all the
Udpatlng poUolea »r«
nil other», and entitled to nartlclpate ln «II net prortte
All Policies Non-Forfeitable,
POLICIES as» ured a* follow», vis:
LUE POLICIES— Pr« mil
LIFE POLICIES—Premium«
ENDOWMENT POLICIES
term policies
ALL POLICIES
Crpt policy
ed except

. twojibia*,
y<
l|
Mol.BAH, Pi««
d. WEBB, Vice President
B. NIELÜS, Actuar
i, uon'i Fnpt.
MM-OHILU, Becreter
'N'J
M.VTVAL
N ew uAwx'AiKi ii
1NBURANCB GOMPANÏ
OFFIC* WILMINGTON INSTITUTE
COBNtit EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS
WILMINGTON, UL!..
rMTBRSCT ON PREMIUM NOTES Hi:
- PAH CENT.
JCEü TO FIVE
believed to te
mHI prlneipl* of Mutual
1 the »atos'^ud «xperlene
Hit of
sltbaSSl
sbly
"T'S.ri «.a tb. I,w> bj
though not few,have been prou
ba«u insured la thle rHri
- bai
»k»
ability of sinking
henv/dl »atter« during tk« yei
WmanoTOW.— W tu» « n*
James Bred
loci
h>,
, Jc
r*V Wm- '
à
HoannxD —Rda
CnuTu» nws
u."
Naw Caitii Hnnwsap.
Wattn Oiuat Oamk Hcknaim.
WILLIAM CASEY,Pr
B. D. fiaiTH, Bwereury * • "•
eut. !
Office tours from 8
JanlO-iy
ü U to 4L
MEDICAl..
A
L
UOFLASD'fi QKRUAK BlTTHHS
il
L
E
,
HOOFLANB'S GG&9UT TONIC
THS GkSAT miMKDlB*
For all Ditto set of the Liver, Stomaih or
Diyeitive Onjam.
N
Hoofland's German Bitters
S
treat) of Hoof, U.rt.
I.i
mposed of the pureV* TT
finally termed, to- ■ ■
Harke, making a ■—I
o/anïLX
from A Lo
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
e pureat^allty

L
Those preferring a Medlelne free from Alcoholic Ad
sture, will
HOOFLAND'8 GERMAN BITTERS.
I .combination o
have no objection
i stated, will uea
These v—
the Blture, i
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
■I bey are both equally good, and cont
u. dldnal virtue«, the choloe between th
puUtiblu.
Conic being the
arlety of
idi*
bllliy,
»ly n* It
fleeted,
gestion, Dyspepsia,^Nef^ VOW^D*
xsl X'Bzs
b le that \ W the patle
re of the '—' lollonlng dleeases
. he
with tge
result of w
sereral.or
Constipation. Flatulenoe, Inward Piles, Fulness
of Blood to the Bead, Acidity of the Stom
ach, Nansea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Weight in the
Food, Fuloess
ötomuoh, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Flnttering
the Pit of tbs Stom
ach, Bwimming
of the Head,
Hurried or'Diffi
cult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart.Chok
ing or Suffocating Bensntiona
when in a Lying Posture, Dimnegs
or Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight,
Dull Pain in the Iisad, Deficiency of Perspi
ration, Yellowness of the Skiu aud Eyes, Pain In
the Bide, Buck, Chest, Limbs,eto., Sud
den Flashes of Heat, Burning
lu the Flesh .Constant
Imaginings
of Evil,

Great Depression of Spirits.
L
The euOerer from these Pi«««
grenu» l enutton In the /'"X
For his csce, pnrehulng Æ • A
should vxerclM the
mlm a ■
« remedy
only that which he 1 »
ttgstlone andlnqulHee,
Bklltnlly compoanäed,
ugredleni», »nil hs#
. ~*rlt U|
Inlurloa»
S
.Mtfoa ». »..id inlmlt
l.'ibed
a sea- In this
well-kaowB rcmedlee—
Hoofiand's German Bitters,
A
IîOOFIaAUD'* GERMAN TO.'VIC.
lUrARSD BY
»r. C. Si. JACKfiOH.
r GIL A DELPHI A, PA.
m
Tweuty-two
Into this
rs fsince they
re firat Introduced
many, during which time
oubtcdlr performed more eurce.and bene
iT-rlng humanity to n greater valent, than a
mediae kuewn to the public.
other
r«media« will"*-' -
ma L

, f to mash g
«•ffcetuaJly core Liver
ViMpsla, Chronic nr Her
Dlarrbm^DI
mpl
vou. Deb
criUrîî'lîlv
nil Dim
nrlilng from n Die
InteeUnee.
DEBUilTY,
Resulting from any Cause Whatever. I
Frostraîlon «f the System,
Induced by Severe Labor, Hardships, Exposure,
Fevers, 4c.
edioine extant «aunt to theae remediea
lr. «a«b ca»«B. A tone and vigor U Imparted »0 tba whale
»ystem, the eppetite la »t rengthaaed, food lc enjoyed,
«> dragon digest« promptly, the blood 1 » purlAed, tha com
4 UoomT' '| h * y,ll0w tlB B* u
veue invalid k scorn«« a strong au a
ri.
:■
tki
hwdtky being.
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
the
lod feeling the hand 1
111 flud In the
•Rxlr that wUl Instil
ÄSE
r the TONIC,
lr velna.
! ï' ■
<t ol morayoathfnl day«, hu
, aud give b««Uh and kappin
1 their«
' rsünï portiun
in the enjo
NOTICE.
fact that fully ona-half ot»the
pupula
snT
rsssh» 0 | ■
l u jt
MSI D
good haalth; «r,
wall." They
appetite^**' •* tr#n,el J'
Fritters, or the tonic
I
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
MARASMüa^wHhS
h? the me
«■ I
ii.'i
cerllncHt«« here
!u the
few. Those, It will be obsMrvo.i,
ot euch «Unding that they m c »t
iu
TESTIMONIALS.
Aon. GSO.
. WOODWARD,
« knpreme OourÇof p. writ«« :
PHH.ADXLPKU, Maroli 16,1867
VLAnn'e Jk Germah ~
r; the eye.
•*- ""0go.WVWGUDW a'rD .'
Und <1
tire Or
blllty.
ofgr
E
Ion. JAMES THOMPSON.
Judge ol
r 'Hoofiapd*« German Bitter*' a valuable
a»e of attack* of Indlguattonor Dyupepkla.
n certlff thle from my experieo* of It. Yonn with
- JAMB8 THOMPSON,"
Prom Rev. JOSEPH H. KEMNABD, D. D,
nth Baptlat Church, PhlladelpWa.
—Dear Nilr.—I hav. b«eu fraquanUy re
couneet my nama with recommendation* of
da of tnadlclnea, '
Pastor of the'
xtv;
.rrs ; 1
elle
na Inatan_
family, of the nsafnl
Oernwn Bitter», I da
that, /or general it',
especially ft
- and valuable prépara
1 Tery ben »fiel« l to tbcas w^«uis r -t r "a
i.»..,
Eighth,balow Coatee Street.
uo?»bd'i
Sl ity of the eyetem, and
<1 rmj/'aint, it 4« a *afr
, f Hr
ti
It will
above can
from)
v. S.D. FENDALL,
ronlcla. PhUadelyhla.
of Hoofo
■y prlVUnge to r *
genetal debility orfrom dim«.« ari.îJÎ
gement of the liver- Ybfiratrnlv, ^
* D FENDALL. 1 »
"1 have derived decided benefit
CAUTION,
A
' " ncovtatiD'e OnnoAR"»—-v Bmontt a re counter
feited. See that the rtg- ■ m natnre of C. M. JACK
wrap i^ ■ Bef eaen bottle. Ail
elI>«1 OÜâce and I / Mannfaatory at th*
c Medloln* Store ,-*—^ No. 0*1 ARCH Street,
. JLVANS, Propristo?(
Formerly C. M. JACXSCS * Co.
te
»Uelphl», P*.
C:!A RLS8
PRICES.
Bitters, per bottle.
" naif doxeu
Toalo, pnt
IIoo« end'* Germ»
11.00
ujfi ta quart bottles, *1.60
.UienrtUUyoubny
in 'oder to get the genuine.
For sale by »11 Druggists sod dealers in msdi
clae.
ttle, or a half
not forget to examine
STrilg-ly
!
1
I
MEDICAL.
UiBN'8 LU«0 BALSAM,
Th« Gmt Long Remedy
A
L ung ualSak (allen-s)
Sold by «11 Druggist»
L ung balsam (alleys)
I« the most eaoojssful remedy
CONSUMPTION
E verybody suffering from
Pulmonary Complaints,
Should use Allen's Lung Balsam.
for
OTICE, ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
Cures whoa other remedies fail.
N
S HOULD ÏOU BE TROUBLED
With Lang difficulty, use
AI.LÏN'» LUN«* BAMAM.
C
Ï
.
L ung balsam (allen'8)
Has given universal satisfaction.
O.
B.
8.
SE ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
For all Pulmonary Affrétions.
Ü
J.
I*.
EVER DESPAIR OF A CURE
Till you have triad
Allen'* Lü»q Balsam.
N
REAT SUCCESS HAS ATTENDED
Th* introduotu*» of
Allen'* Lung Balsam.
G
EffAEK OF CONSUMPTION !
Axt-EN'a Lu.sa Belum
T„ (Xinfidently rsooimurtoded «8 a care.
B
RE YOU Troubled with ASTHMA f
Alu-n. JL'jk9 Balsam
Will ralieT« you.
A
L ung balsam (allen'S)
t,'ont*iRd no Opium
In Iny of it* tom*.
the
1 »
S TOP THAT COUGH.
Allen's Luno Balsam
Will do it,
LLEN'S LUaNG BALSAM.
Direction« aooompaay «adz bottl*.
A
m
OTHERS SHOULD KEEP
Allen'* Lung Balsam
At baud for use iu case of £roup
time
Her
Die
For OoNsuMPTioif and ail Fu^BConaAT
Complaints this Balsam is the most de
sirable remedy *Y*r offered to tbp public.
Its action is expectorant, adterative,
sudorifle, sedativ*, diaphoretic end diu
retic, which renders it one of th* most
valuable remedies known tot «unring dis
eases of the lungs«
TW
it excites expectoration Mid causes th*
lungs to throw off the phi««
changes the secretions and
m or mucus,
purifies the
blood; heals the irritated part*} gives
strength to th* digestiv* <*rgaus; brings
the liver to its proper aeüu n,nnd imparts
strength to the whole sjr«V m
-*■
Such is the immédiat» aud satisfactory
effect^ that it is warranted to break up
th* puost distressing coqf ;h in a few hours
time, if not of too long standing.
'
It is wafrauted to gif re entire satisfac
tion even in th* most ct jntirmed cases of
consuinptiou.
I
It is warranted not to Jproduc« coative
wiifh most remedtos)
affect the head, asitotputainsuo Opium
iu any form.
ness ( which is the case
It is warranted to.be perfectly harmless
to the most delicate cht|d,
au active aud powerful remedy for restor
ing the system.
Although It ig
There is no real ueo ffiStity for 1
deaths from Consumpt |on, when
many
ALLEN'S LUUIG BALSAM
Will prevent it, if only taken in time.
B
Wo would
recommend physicians
having Consumptive patient^ and who
have failed to cure them with their own
medicines, to give
ALLEN'S LUN6 BALSAM
8
A trial. Physicians ot Cincinnati are
now using it In their practice with the
happiest effects
It «ares wheu other remodi*» fell.
4SJ"Sold by all Druggist*.
Perry Davis & Son, I
pkovhje»ck, k. i.
GE^ EB'Aft
wx
(
^
BANKS^ AND BROKERS.
WOÖLSTON & CO.,
BANKERS & BROKERS]
Re.
SAMT THIRD 8TUBBT,
Kins
I
WILMINGTON, DEL.
I
'"S'.*.'
DEALKB8
wine
Government, Railroad,
aida
STATE SECURITIES.
General Agents for Delaware
No.
P

National Life Insurance Co.,
; D
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Special Act
Appbovid July 26, 1868.
CASH CAPITAL, «1,000,000.
mey
COBOBBSS,
C Habib nu»
feet
DIRECTORS.
J.yöbohe, Philadelphia, 1 E. A. Rollln», Warblngton
Ï .H. Clark, do ! Henry D. Cooke.
. H atchford Starr, do
Wm. O. Aloorehead, do
J*n£iki«y J 0*ark 1
feet
J
r
Sdward* Dodge,'New York,
H. 0. Kahaeetock* do
OFFICERS.
O. H. CLARK. Philadelphia, President.
HKNRY D. COOKS, Wash I or ton, Vice Kre»
JAY COOK*. Chairman Finance and Axero
EAUtRHON W. PKKT, Philadelphia, 8««'y a
B. 8. TURNER, Washing'
FRANCIS Q. SMITH. Af. D., Medial
8. EWINO MMAK M. D.. Asst
MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD.
J. K. HAHNE8, SnrgevU Can. C. ». A, Washlnglun.
I*. J. HORW1TZ Chlet Mcdleal Department, U, H. N.,
ngton.
30LICIT0RH AND ATTORNEYS.
WM. E. CHANDLBR. Washington, D. C.
QKOKQK IIA RUING, Philadelphia, Pn.
^BUb*, <0 M. D m
8ere, by
« Company,
n ot Its Largs Capital, Low
of Premium aud
e most desirable means of insuring Life
new Ta
of pminlum, being largely reduced, a
GompanUs, aud avoid all tha oompli
Dividends and the mis
The r
whleh the let
esoept
I
-dive tables are n
ÜRÏ
which u
tho Incomt'Proiluving i'olirj
m I'olLy. 1
te the publie
SUturn Prt
r, the policy
a life 1
holder not only
death, but
year«,
cent) of
MSlVW
(10
f bl« po
paoys^e»-i^toral
bis
, In addition to
policy.
The attention of periona contemplating 1mm
Wvt, la ealied to the epeclal udvanUg«» ofle.od by
MfiSlonal life In»uruuoe Uouipauy.
t vil partioul.re to be had ou application at our o
hwT Gtronlar* and Pamphlet«, fully d«»erib!Dg
advent.V«« °U#rcd by the Com
i their
ay t»e had.
UULSTON A CC.,
ot 3 East Third Street, Winning ton. Del.
f
you.
oett- _ _
QBIMhGAW
& PIaUWILETT,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
AND
Dealers in Heal Estate.
2 & 4 WEST Tii'IHU STREET,
WILMINGTON, VBL.
YOB BALE
it,
DELAWARE STAÏÜ BONDd, GOVÏB
LOANS, DANK Sl'OCK aud
CITY LOAN.
IENT
Alb j DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, iBELAND
' AND SCOTLAND.
**- PASS A OF TICKETS for
and iht National Line of Steav
r Canard ...........
rv for Europe fo
pRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WILMINGTON.
E
very
Ueporitary of the Publia Moneys and
Financial Agent of the U. S.
EDWARD BBTT6, Pbbsiosjit,
G. D ARMSTRONG, Cashisi.
- $400,000 f
CAPITAL,- -
TW COLLECTING AND EXCHANGING Ol GOVERN
MEUT SECURITIES ATTENDED TO FOB
A SMALL COMMISSION.!
otni.in9i.PBiA AND NE» rUHX JtICMASGE
SECULAR DEPOSITORS
TIROL I CE A ROE.
I
FURNISEXU
»IBICTORä HEBT ON MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
AT 8.30 A. M. FOB DISCOUN T. __
ri'HIC ABT18AN8 1 SAV1RUS BANK,
-*■ No. «OT MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DELA WABE.
7% ® IC »ua aii'uru
üMïfi
.nek, e. M.
Open to reoelve depo»
' nautU btmlaew*» h
ih thé profit» of the B»ub,
ds
ally tn Apr
of
*•61, tha Dividend* hav
n nre reg»rded a« Deposit:,
once beeomaentttled to uarilclptte la future Divide
So Manager 1» allowed lo borr
trusted to the
WAUAiMj.
any of the fund
Ohah
CLU iixr B. hmtth,
. L. LlCli 1RS»TKIN.
Wa. H. H 1 LLR 8 ,1'nsatpsNT.
. Troae
ihririglt Mi
Wa. H BuAaat
Oaonat 8. Cai-rue,
exonox W. Bo«n, Vice PraBldan^^^
FLOUR & FEED.
r: J. BREEN.
J. J. SMITH.
FLOUS, FEED & GRAIN STORE.
SMITH à BREEN,
. tha pnbllo gener*
then friend«
Would nnnouKM
»Hy, hat they have taken the e
NORTH-EAST CORNER OP
FOURTH & SHIPLEY STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
And 0 ten id & FLOUR, FEED and ORAIN BTORB
jU^atll keep ooMtnntly on hand a fall *
'""Test BRANDE or FAMILY floor,
enl.V
B *skv»he»t and Corn Menl,
GARDEN and PIRD SEEDS,
, _Fead, Oau, Oorn. and tn f»et everything
,, v found In a well regnlated Floor, Feed a
«ich they will dlapoie of at tb* lowa.t m
re will be delivered to any
are invited
n rî "m« r>
Sh..
ail -S. w« y^ftSSLTUBiSfS:
gl„ Uian
Un aaUatu ZT U 10 F urnl rrV.~
FLOUR, AND SEED STORE,
this method of Inform
tt. .10.,., 01 Wllml»,to.
««Sl^Un^V ^ old MUbU,twl
PLOUE, PEEP, SiW AND v ^ffAIN STOßE,
otr ■?**
8 W. cor. of Fourth tv* BWpley h'* reots -
Whara he wUl keep <k»h WaUy on hand
FAMILY FLOUR,"
1 I
FULL SUPPLY 0F THE BE,
can *4«*d.
.MIL AL.and everythlug
1 e«U bUrhmente, watch
Also,a
ually kept In Floor and
will hs sold
ed In nil pnrin <«» the oliy free
BUk>H HAUUHEY,
CTGuoa*
m»U-iy
GElTTk WAFTED.
I a
*75 TO **00 PER MON«!,
wx a Commission frem which twice that lamount can
luad* by aelllng the late A improved
COMMON SENSE TAXlui BEW19Q MACHINE
( For circulai» and term* addreis
0. BOWERS * Gu,
Booth hlrd Street, QhUadellffiln, PS.
^ REAL ESTAT E BRO KER3
J. & S. B. MoLEAR,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 607 MARKET STREET!
Fon Rxxt —Offlom In the building 8.1. Comer ».
uJ Street#.
Kins «
w tluno atory Brick Dwelling«
ween Kim «ait Linden Bireeta
r«e «tory Brlok Dwelling, with bnek build
q Jackson Street,between Kim and Lind«« Btreete.
ree «tory Brick House, No. 032 Weet Seventh
I
I
'"S'.*.'
Ing, Bonns» *tr>«t, between
One two-ttory Brlok
Eighth and Nlulh.
One two «tory Brick Dwelling, Lamoott St^ Brandy
wine Ylllago
atory Brlok Dwelling, Ns. 13 Newport
a .tory Brlok Dwelling, with bade building»,
and Karden. Newport Pike, opposite OU vet
One
aida yard
Ohapsl.
Oue three »
Brick DweUlng.No.70S Branch Street,
atory'double back building.
' and, Store and Dwelling Honae,
_ . foar «tory
ugh to Walnut direst.
Valuable
No. îib Ma
Kreuch Street,
i hlladelphia Pike, oue mile from Wtf
C Hage, Newport Pike, % mil» from
of 147?i «ores, la Pencader Hundred, n
Dyott'e Mill«, within £>* mile« of Newark Depot.
A Farm of MS aorea in Appoqulnlmlnk Hi., 1*
Blackbird Htatlon, ou Uelawsre Railroad,
P *A°Fiu' r iu h *nô2 i'cMi'fn^raoâywlndnuttdreâ.
case* a large portion of tke purohaas money
i.cuffed on Bond and Mortgage.
building lots
rd and Trench Streeta. UT
180 feet on Third Street.
mington.
ÏÏS
4STln moi
mey reiaaiu e
French I
Elm and Tan Buren Stmts, 113
feet by
of Adame and Btghih Street, 3S4
mfeMoaJBU
Adam» jitmt,
the N. Vf. cor
w»t by
a of
Street
feet on Adams
Mi =
Sir
the Weet
fiotenth to llghtlt streets
r AN» AGENT«.
B. F. & J. F. WINFIELD,
Stony Crook Depot, Sneaex, Virginia
rorvaLOASLB rauus
otty, we have established
Petersburg and V
of Petersburg,
valuable Fa^
1
i don
peottullv ao
JS
rhis
N.,
i* people
Itl
!
a
glr
t«klon. No sale no charge.
...KB SNOBS.
Hon. C. COLLIKR, President P. A W. R. R. Co.
H. *. MARTIN A Co, Petersburg, V«.
JuNB» B I'LUMMGli, *• "
ROBERT TANNAHILL, Now York._
Address, Dr. B. P. WINFIELD.
)r J F. WINFIELD, dtony Creek, W. H, 8ns»ox Conaty,
TERMS—6 pc
by
aud
Life
at they are reeponsHX
up-'in them will be at no «xpeuse when In
¥ J . A. BROWN.
nj
iß*
j'HOitlAS M. OGLE,
Real Estate Agent At Auctioneer,
No. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
JVILMIVOToy, LEL
of the
policy
bis
their
K'l. BALK
FARMS to
H0UBE3
«»-»peclel a
^arta of tha City,
enl
am 6-1 y .
« County.
a
am 6-1 y .
« County.
COAL AMD WOOD _
/(JBlttLTl'ÜAL WABEBOISE
A A5D COAL ÏABD.
WXIjLIAM j. brown
Asrieultural Warehouw und Coal Yard
(t.t. or Lm
South End of Christiana Brides,
MABCKT STKSaT,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
Would re«pecL*aîiy ci
'?
»Id
and
to hlc
th» attentlor.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Mowing Machine«, Cion Lined Mower« eud Reapoie, Bay
w», narrows. Cultivators, Van
'.XaTBRl^Peach
kc

%
• ■
Farm Bells aud Farm Hardwaro
P1UTK« of ail
Draiuing; Tilo of ali sises
Eztcneion end
Clover, Timothy, Herd, Orehnrd, and Turnip.
1 also a»k 1 ha attention of hie friande and th«
E nblic generally to hia la
en, Kg* aud Pea
of
of Stove, Nut, Bio
eh will be «old tt low
«nous parrhnslng of him may relv «pou gettlug
very beet Coal, well eoreened, and fall wel«ht.
CQAL, WOOD. L1M.ËL
CHARCOAL,
PLASTER AXD CEMENT.
ts
f
AT THE YARD OF
JOHN H. TUKNEB,
Watav St., bet. King and Prenoh,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
thick Goal, Locust Mondain. Broad
Schuylkill Coni of nil else»,
Calcined Pi
iron), wholettle and retail, fo. »a
H. TURNER, W ater street, helm
•1
: 1
I
r and Ce
nt the
n King
MISCEL LANEOU S,
CUIJNA, GLASS,
AND
alQÜEENSWARjË.
Ai ITo 302 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL ,
WUl be loti—
BanJ tihlaa Dinner Bets,
Band China Tea Sets
White China Tea Sets,
White China Dinner Sets.
EDWARDS'
White Iron Stone Dinner Sets
E D WA R DS'
VJ hits Iron Stone Toilet Sets.
EDWARDS'
W hite Iron Stone Tea Seta,
Fancy Toilet Set», great variety
COMMON GOODS,
of every description.
FANCY ARTICLES
in endlesa variety.
Hard Rubber-Handle Knives.
PLATED FORKS, SPOONS,
CASTORS, &Q,
Plated Tea Sets, of best quality.
Out Olassware,
ot every description.
Pressed Glassware,
of every description
Coal Oil Lamps,
Portland Keroasne Oil,
Lamp Chimneys, Ao;
Ion of tho»« In want of tha above goods Is la
— « Kood« le thl* Une. Th*<iu«lley of
1 i». bi..* *»-• -*b be found, and
th* pric«i ae low as go
mcbl-ly_ ■
j^EBHWEIDBR BROTHERS,
deNORMANDIE.
Cec "irative Artist, aad Fresco Faiaters,
DVaSSLDOBF AOADBMY
No. 845 NO' HTH TENTH STREET.
pHnji VDELPHlA.
j... -?t'
V »KWSPAPERI
-* "se residence* of
D aily and week
wud MAO* 21« K
subseriberi, ot sold at
a r BUTLER
' W £***•*
L
MISCEÏ.L ANEO US.
WILLIAM "S. WAÏT.
PLUMBER, :
GAS & STEAM FITTER
1
215 WEST 4th STREET,
(OPPOSITE city 8PBIJKO,)
WILMINGTON, DELÀ WALL.
WATER AND GAS INTRODUCED
Dwellings, Factories and Building
Generally
Ohandelierj?,
Pendants,
Braokets,
Portable Reading Stands
All description« of
BRASS AND IRON rUMPS»
Hydraulio Rams,
Iron and Lead Pipoa,
Bath. Tubs,
Sheet Lead,
Wash Stands,
Vitrified Drain Tilo, ail flizes.
Most Perfect and Successful
Harvester in t'is World.
_jgrçgjyi|s®fe :
o BUCKEYE has
' 20 , 000 , in a
n elevon years tho talo of
In
.1 ; : .•■«
mort miA
nd ovor 1UU,
the ualted States.
'remlum» at
field In an
important Fie
Tria!»
Its Great Durability line boon thoroughly
Eatablisfaod, and
evory where kuo
Standard of Excellence
Workmanship, as well as Perfection
Voluabl* Improvements added for 18C0*
Manufaotuxod by
Material ond
Prln
enl
ADEIANCE, PLATT & CO.,
1C5 Greenwich Su, N. t
.
ALmutaanry. Poughkoepet«, N. Y.
1
1
sHor uun.kifLE
AND
PISTOL MANUFACTORY
FREDERICK HERTING,
No. 214 Kino Street, above Second, Wilming
ton, Del.
The enbicribor roope'tluiiy Informs
Ï merslly, lh*t h
HOT GUNS, RIFLES
kl.g »tree
friends «ad
'? m
ÂÏB
»Id »Und, No.
and beautiful s
DOUBLE DARREL GUNS FBO.Yl..
CINGLE BARREL GUNS FROM.
ALL KUVDS OF I ISTOLS.
« a (arg«
whtob are
..{10 to *1X6
-
cl Smith'» & Wdsvun'cBcTol
Celt's, Sharpe'». A 1
erv, with Osrtrlusee
Also. Ely s Dost Lo
4c., complete,
bl. Wat*r Pr:
■omtanUyon
Taikl«
rholesile
• ■ ■ I
Bell nanglng and
pal
LockMnltblng as he

BOOK BINDING.
Tha anbAarlbere having pnrchsied the Book Bln*ary
of BOUGHMAN, THOMAb A Cu.. Wilmingto», W.
——•'— »W hnaineta of
BOOK BINDING
BLANK BOCK MANUFACTOR
No. 420 Shipley Stroet»
BLANK BOOKbMADE to ORDER.
PAPER. BILL-HEAD;-', Ac., KULI!» TO ANY PAT
TEES, Oi.D HOOKS GARRi-U«/ '
MAUAiaatiJ, MUbIC,
NEWSPAPERS
REAbUNADhfci L.UE3.
h E-ROUND,
Ï AMI Hi.ETS
Crowe by anil eadresoed »» fbllcwc will suet
joussto.\ & uog:a,
If WILSHNOTOH »1L
DIAMOND 8 I'ATE
STEAM FACTORY
3. E. Cor Front and JuatisonßtB <3
.MINGTON, D F.L.
Ui-vii.y pumberc
:SASU, DOOit, BLIND and HOUI.MBO
Butnase.
ef k,uM roKoertfully anno
.htcUUlei that
. by a
WOOD WOBK FOB BUILDING PURrOSEB
ETfceM v
i'l 1
v y corns* or
WEST,FRONT AN!. JUüTISO.i STHijfiTS, W1U11NO
N, DBL
ear packing
JURIST & ALLMON,
SEVENTH & SHIPLEY STREETS,
WILMINGTON,
c pleat
D*
of a
nclog to t
a: dm
STOCK 18 LARGE AND COMPLETS.
GEBIIANT0WN3. K0CKAWAY8, TOP *ti1
NO TOP BUGGIES, &c., &o.,
»<) ot th»
All of which »re w
luallty, dura Mil'.»
chatacmlied (Ub
of
Cnrtlegee
REPAIRING AND PAINTING
Promptly attended
BECONDI!AND CARRIAGES
In the be«t manner.
eytv-ly
YiALL EXHIBITION NOW OPAUIC.
A LEWIS C. ETRINOEU'S
HAT AND CAP STORE,
No. 283 MARKET STltEET,'
tv EST SIDE (W
laving laid tu i
offer great lndoe«ui«i.t
my SfSJS ** IM f T0 N> Ml
n>
tue
* U aVq«o£V.U b
Id at fed
My Silk Hat Trad« w
Ranging in price»
i'b'oot *0 nil
«tf.' VUlity,
}4.DO to
ad,
fit as 6.j«
be $aw. All
HATS, CAP*, UMBRELLAS, CANL8, ÏU8
VENDER8, Ac.
er go
My
•log llcewheNb
d, WllmingtOB
«-ptiN-.y
Call and examine them h
Market Btreet,
or# pur.'hi
JAMÜ8 BRADFOHU
WOULD reepeetfnlly In
W cenerally, that h* hi
Removed to hla New Store,
Not. i and 6 Eatt Third Street, near Market..
WILMINGTON, DEL.
ends and tfie y uWfa
. ■
Where he will keep conet
y on hand » full e
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS»
Bii
net equalled by any
whilst LU stock 1» lar,
d tip bl» and Baltiuo
patron* for tha liberal
him, and hopes ly iti
hi"
to hie
Kt
nn to bu»i
ntlnuaace of «.otr fnvor« In I»
WOULSTO.\ & t*.,
BANKERS & mm®.
'h.
Kave me
No. 1Ö EAST THIRD STREET,
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