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^OBSHBRIFF. " To the Voters oj Hew CatOe County. nt. vTi.EMKNI ofler myself as acandl °5o?the office of Sheriff; Subject to the decision of the Democratic party. deC W.N WILSON. » pn nnuinlmlnk Hd., Dec. 22d, 187 . fe29tn -rVJK poRONER, * LEWI-1 C. SPRINGER, Of Wilmington Hundred. aniiiect to the nomination of the Demo crat e Party of New Castle County, feffitn. 7 6 ! °. F "GKNTLEMEN:— I again offer myself to r consideration as a Candidate for the > nlfice of Sheriff of New Castle Couny.sub | |,". t to the nomination of tho Democratic | Tanking my friends for tlieir former * 81 ffin 1 ' 1 " m y JOHN W. WHITEMAN. 1 8 T " ' o THE ELECTORS OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. I kkt.t.ow Citizens: I again offer myself to mur consideration as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of New Castle County. Sub I (eel to the Nomination of the Democratic f Parly Thanking my friends for their for mer support, I am respecirollyyours I febli-U ISAAC GRUBB. | ptR SHERIFF, ROBERT C. JUSTIS, Of Mill Creek Hundred. Subject to the decision of the Democratic [ party of New Castle County. feb!2tn 18 16. riiHR PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE 1 FOR SHERIFF OF New Castle County, FRANK SAWDON, Rnhiect to the decision of the Democratic party. 1S70. feb9-tf JjiOR SHERIFF, JOHN PYLE, Of Christiana Hundred. Subject to the decision of the Democratic Party. Jan27-tf OR SHERIFF F or New Castle County, BENJAMIN MORRIS, Subject to the decision of the Democratic Party. nov30-tf i J^OR SHERIFF' OF New Castle County, GEORGE C. WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic party, dec-28- tu I lOR SHERIFF OF New Castle County, HENRY M. BARLOW, of Brandywine Hundred. . Subject to the decision of the Democratic I party. ianl5-lm F OR CORONER, DAVID C. ROSE, Of Appoquinimlnk Hundred. Hublect to the decision of the Democrats Party of New Castle County. feblO-tn J10R CORONER, hugh McLaughlin, Subject to the decision of the Democratic party. _ felvl F or coroner. ,, „ „ I hereby announce myself as a canal date for the nomination of Coroner, subject to the decision of the Democratic party ot New Castle county. dee.20.'75-tn pOR CORONER OF NEW CASTLE CO., JAMES GEGAN, of Wilmington Hundred, subject to the decision of the Democratic party, jouS-niwH-tn. HENRY S. TRUITT. F. KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON lias never been known to fall in the cure weakness, attended with symptoms; ln dispositlon to exert!on;loss of niemory;dil tieulty of breathlng;general weakness; hor rorof disease; weak, nervous trembliuv; dreadful horror of death; night sweatsjcold feel; weakness; dimness of vision; languor; universal lassitude ol the muscular system; enormous appetite, with dyspeptic symp toms; hot hands; flushing of the body; dry ness of the skin; pallid countenance and eruptions of the.face, purifying the blood; Pain in the back; heaviness of the eyelids; " luent black spots flying before the eyes, n temporary suffusion and loss of slgnt; want of attention, etc. These symptoms all rise from a we ikness, and to remedy that use E. F. Kunkei/s Bitter Wine of Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now •nijoying health who have used it. lake only K. k. KUNKEL'H. , , J-ewareof counterfeits and base imita tions. As Kuukel's Bitter Wine of Iron is R owell known all over the country, drug gists themselves make an imitation and try o palm it off on their customers, when they call for Kunkel's Bitter Wlneof Iron. Kunkol's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up °»>y in *1 bottles and has a yellow wrap Per nicely put on the outside, with the Proprietor's peotngraph on the wrapper of each bottle. Always look for the photo graph on tlie outside, and you will always be sure to get the genuine, *1 per bottle or six for *f. Hold by druggists and dealers everywhere, TAPE WORM REMOVED ALIVE, E. of IV wil Hoad and all complete in two hours. No fee till head passes. Seat, Pin and stomach Worms removed iiy Dr. Kunkicl, 259 North Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Send for eir cular. For removing alt ordinary worms, call on your druggist and get a bottle of Kcnkkl's Worm Knurr; Price*!, m 171m. JOHN F. BETZ, Gaul's Brewery, * POUTER, ALE, BROWN STOUT, Brewer and dealer In L BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS, I Cor Callowhlli and New Market Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. «lMBlB(ilH>alfeiPrMi. Fifteen thousand bunches of violets are •old dally In Paris. Wide awake farmers planted potatoes in Nantucket last week. Capt. Patton, the English pigeon shooter, the grand prize at Monaco, worth *30,000, and then lost It all at roulette. won A man at Goshen, Ind., has made a which he claims to have used 103 chair, on different kinds of wood, Some English sparrows at Richmond, Va., have built their nests in the noBtrlls of the horse on which is placed Crawford's statue of Washington. In Great Britain In 187.V75, the fines for drunkenness Imposed upon soldiers amount ed to $17,930 from the army, and $005 from the militia. A revival of more than usual interest is The progress In Williams College, students hold noonday prayer meetings and the con versions, are numerous. in Mr- and Mrs. Ezra Cogswell of Branch, Mich., were to celebrate their golden wed ding on the 7th inst., but in the morning the good wife was found dead In her bed. In the six principal markets of this coun try the number of hogs packed this season amounts to 3,200,000 a decrease of nearly 300,000 as compared with last year. The glass dome of tho Centennial Art Gallery will be lighted by 2,000 gas jets. The dome is 206 feet above the level of the Schuylkill, and will be visible at night all over Philadelphia. One of the first fugitive slaves that came to Oberlin, Ohio, a woman, said to be the veritable- Eliza of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," who crossed the Ohio on floating ice, died in Oberlin a short time ago. The pupils of the Providence public schools are drawing maps, which will be sent to the Centennial Exposition. One of them, the son of an oysterman, has drawn the map of Rhode Island inside the two halves of a clam shell. But then Rhode Island is not a large State. A new comer of the city prison in Berne, Switzerland, having told his mates that a prisoner had escaped from the Zurich jail by cutting out wooden keys, a number of them set to work and actually succeeded in getting out in the same way, a few only be ing recaptured. Mr. George Carter Sleut, an Englishman living in Shanghai, has just published a collection of Chinese ballads. One of them bear6 the name of "Chang Liang's Flute, and according to tradition, its melancholy tones induced 8,000 soldiers to desert their for their homes in a single night. camp Married—In Troy, on the 20th, John Connor to Mary Burns, both tramps. They had a honeymoon spree; and on the next day were sentenced to separate im prisonment. Thereupon Mary accused John of being the cause of their misfortune and gave him a terrible whipping in the presence of the justice. The Rev. A. B. Earle, the revivalist, is conducting a revival in Clinton, N. Y. He insists upon hie congregation all kneeling and praying audibly a brief prayer which Then lie makes them arise he gives out. and stand and answer questions, some times all in a body, sometimes singly. This he calls "a foot and ankle-bone meet ing." The Eclipse. % The Philadelphia Herald received the fol lowing telegraph despatches regarding the eclipse: "Very stlking phenomenon. Equal to at least 135-345th. Distinctly saw 0. W. C. OD it. CoNKLINO.' "From my point of observation, the greatest obscuration appears in the direct ion of the Treasury Department. Blaine." "A number of soiled undergarments which have been kept hanging in my yard, shut off my view almost completely. Mouton." "The obscuration appears almost total in every quarter. Hartbanft "Base and a lot of other fellows have got in my way and I can't see anything. Clymek. Viewing it through tlie glasses obtained from Joyce, McDonald and Co., I fail to see any eclipse at all. Bristow. "From my Bower it is a total eclipse. Pendleton. i "Shan't try to see it. Ulysses." "The obscuration appears to be in the similtitude da gigantic water bond. Hendricks, i> "Shall reserve my observations for my Philadelphia daily- Randall." It has a very Wiord appearance, Robeson.' "Helen Blazes! It is more as a liooudert Boss Hessinu." "I see it. Sorry I can't straddle. SCHENCK." miles high. Death of Hambletonfan. Rysdyk's world-renowned stallion Ham bletonian died at Chester, Orange county, N. Y., early Monday morning. The horse was about thirty years of age. He was the sire of Mr. Bonner's king of the turf, Dexter, and of many other noted trotting horses of the country. The income of Hambletonian was over $10,000 a year, It Is said that at time $100,000 was offered for the horse. He was bought about twenty-seven year$ ago for $150, from the Seeley family, at Su gar Loaf, Orange County. Before Mr. Rysdyk's death, he selected a place where the old horse was to be buried In a fenced in lot, with an appropriate head stone. He left a clause in his will, that tin der no circumstances should the horse s re mains he mutilated after death. Two offers were made yesterday, one of $500 and one of $1,000 for Hamblctonian's hide, for tho purpose of preserving the horse in his natu ral shape; but tho offers were-refused by the Kysdyk family. The grave was dug yesterday afternoon, and the famous horse is to be buried with honors to day. one HE ODORLESS EXCAVATING COM PANY T Remove contents of privy wells without OFFENSE OR DESTRUCTION OF PROP ERTY, at lowest rates. Orders by POe 8 IRe£t. tal oard (or to. Offleo ouugMmos '•iM niiicuL. Wilmikgtok, March 28. SOLD AND BOND QUOTATIONS. Reported by Cralge. Johnson * Co., Bank ers and Brokers, Sixth and Market Sts. BID. ASKED. 114 lit Gold. I881's Coupon. 5-20's,'fll, 5 ' . 5-20's, 'to, " . 5-20's, 'to, New, J. & J. 5-20's, '07, Coupon. 5-20's, 'OH, 10-40's, " . Currency, 0's. News's of 'HI.. WH. * IWg. 122% 12* 115% 118% H8K 115 V-1% 121 nu i t'l .11044 119 118% 40 43 STOCK QUOTATIONS. 114 114% 113 118% Gold. N. Y. C. 3: Hud... N. Y. ft Erie. Lake Shore. North Wet torn .... 19'!< is: " W% 004 42 02% m 110% 110% Pief, Rock Island. Ohio & Miss. Pacific Mall. Western Union Ht. Paul. 20 'o\ 21 0S% 09 '4 3% 4 ■a 42>, " Pref.. I\ & Wabash. Union Pacific. C. C. & I. C. Penn a. Reading. Lehigh Valley. Lelitgh Nav. Oil Creek.. Central Trans. Pilila. & ErU. Heston vllle. A. & P., preierrod. Mar Set irregula 02% 494 4% 50 -4 56% 59% 5U% . 02 62% 511% 5) 14% 14% 48% 20% >03 37% WILMINGTON QUOTATIONS. 102% 105 : 105 101 % 102 % Delaware State Bonds. Wilmington City Bonds. Delaware It. It. first intge.,. " " extension. Wilmington & Heading R. K. 1st mortgage.— Wilmington & Reading R. it. 2d mortgage. 2 Wilmington & Western tt. R. 1st mortgage. Delaware R. R. Stock. Wilmington Coal Gas Co. Natioual Bank of Delaware. " " Wil. & B'dywlue.. 61% 102 101 M 5 20 22 % 22% 23% 90 86 605 500 68 150 145 First National Bank. Union National Bank. Farmer's Bank. Delaware Fire Insurance 42 42 43 24 26 PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Rtock Market. Philadki.phi a, March 28, 1876. 114 @lii% Phila&Read 100 00103 KR, 50% (050% North Penn 53%@54 ■'bila& Erie 20%<a20% OUAARR 14%@14% Lelitgh Val 61%<§>62 " NavStockG0%@50% Catawissa R18 @18% do prefd. 44%@45 N Central K 37 @87% Hestonville 37 @37% Gold Silver US- 1881 12:%rml22% "5-20sl8tol!8%@llS% "JulylSto 119 @119% "July 1867 121%@121% " Julyl868122%@123 119 @lls% " 10-40S "New 5s 1I8%@118% City 8s,new 108 @108% UUo'sofNJ137 @137% PennaRR 50%@ 50% Philadelphia Trade Report. Tuusday. March 28,1876. Cotton Is steady, but the market is limi ted Sales of middlings In lots at 13%c for upland, and 13%c for New Orleans. Bark is nominal at *42 per ton tor No. 1 Quercitron. ,, „ „ _ The demand for cloversced lias fallen oil, and we notice sales at 17iail8c per lb. Tim othy is nominal at *2 35@2 35. Flaxseed is In demand by the crushers at *1 40. Coffee—A fair amount of the attention of the trade is directed towards this staple, and holders are firm in their views. Hales oj 610 bags Rio at 15@18%c; 150 bags Marac aibo at 17%@20c, 50 mats Java lit 24c, all S Hugar—Tho absence of desirable offerings restrless transactions. Holder- are firm at 7%@7%c for fair and good refining Cuba. Refined sugars are steady at ll%c for cut loaf; 10%c for crushed and powdered; 10%c for granulated, and 9%c for A. Molasses—A good demand prevails at Quotations. Sales of 508 hogsheads and 53 tierces Cardenas at 32%cfor 50 sest, 54 hogs heads Trinidad at 33c; and 90 barrels do at 37c. There Is a steady demand for flour from the home consumers, and prices are well sustained. Sales of 1,260 barrels at 84 25@4 75 for extras; *625@075 for Minnesota extra family; *6 25@7 for Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana do do; and *7 25@8 25 for fancy brands, ns to quality. Rye flour sells ot *4 75. In corn meal no sales. Holders of wheat are more disposed to meet buyers, but as yet no decided deelinc lias taken place. Hales of 2,800 bushels _at *1 50@!51 for Pennsylvaala amber; *lto@ 1 20 for Western red; and 150@l 58 for white Rye sells at 82c. Corn is in moderate request at the de cline. Hales of 6,000 bushels at 62@62%cc for yellow, and 62%c for white; we quote sail at 61c, and steamer at 58c. Oats sell at 45@48c for white, and 40@43c <0 \Vh!sky' is steady at *113 for Western iron-bound. PUSET A. WAUTON. HOWARD P. WALTON. WALTON & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ICE DEALERS, OFFICES:—No. 8 East Second Street, and Fifteenth Und lttug Sts., Wilmington,Del. PRICES FOR 1876 : 50 cents per week. 00 " " 5 pounds daily, 8 " " 75 ' 12 90.. *1.05 " " " 1.25 " " Various quantities from 25 to 100 pounds, at the rate of 70 cents per 100 pounds; 100 to 2000 pounds at 00 cents per 100 pounds; 1 ton to 3 tons ot *10 per ton ; over that amount, special rates. .... . , All accounts to be cash daily or weekly, unless otherwise agreed upon. Having secured a large stock of excellent quality of ice, we are now prepared to furn ish our friends at the above rates, and will guarantee all who may favor us with their orders entire satisfaction. Careful drivers; regular delivery. m27-0m 16 20 25 BLANK BOOKS. ARTIN JOHNSTON, M BOOK BINDER, AND Blank Books manufacturer 420 SHIPLEY STREET, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. aug28-tf. BOKIEBY. J UST RECEIVED, . . An elegant assortment oi HAMBURG EDGINGS, INSERTINGS, and COTTON TRIMMINGS, 8. H. BTAATB, No. 4U7 mams* St *ag2B-ly '.i i riiiinBrown's " Largest Clothlngfccfee In America." A visitor and attcndantHreffie speakers: Visitor. " What comer Is the Building on?" Attendant. " South-East comer of StcfA and Market. Please note the SIXTH, for some strangers seeking Oak Hall, have been misled bi V d "it rl is n pcrfeSly 'c 0l ossal! Do you know its dimensions? 1 ' A. "12,000 square feet-66 on Market, and ISO odd on Sixth, six stories high, has over three acres ofc flooring, and covers space once occupied by Rprt^han twenty different busi ness places." 1 V. " Do you use steam-power?" A. " A giant young engine furnishes power for the freight and passenger elevators, and tho boilers steam for heating, and the other opera tions of the houe." V. " What order do you take with goods?" A. "They are first opeyfedand arranged in the basement, on long tow counters, and taken tlience on the fUighlrelevator to the inspec tor's room on th^kpHi floor." V. "Is inspectin?Sie first operation?" A. " No, sir, measuring. Tne goods are first measured in the piece, then inspected. Tho cloth passes over rollers in the face of a strong light, and two men sit, one before and one behind the goods, watching withJieeye ot ft hawk for the least pin-hole imperfection, and marking every flaw, so that the cutter may see and avoid it when he comes to cut the gar ments," Y. " You must employ an arrify of cutters?" A. "Come to our filth float and seel We keep 70 hands all the tidte catting up the cloth into garments,—besidefcue machines that do a dozen men's work cacnt a stroke." V. " Do you manu f acture all your own goods?" A. "We do, and most carefully. Our ex amlncrs inspect every stitch and seam, and certify to every garment as extra-well mado before we put our ticket on it, and become responsible for It." V. " Your system must save you a great deal ?" / A. "In every direction, sir. It is t»i system «*nd economy we practice all tte waythrough, that enables us to put our prSsjrown to the people as we do." mr V. " After inspecting the work, what becomes of it?" A. " Before it goes into Stock it is ticketed, Every single garment has its number and other points noted on it, so that Its entire his tory can be traced without fail, upon our books." V. " You must have 30 or 40 salesmen?" A. "Why sir, on busy days you maWSee 100 in the various rooms and suites off rooms, selling to the throngs of customers."/ V. "Do you do an order buqmesy, by mail and express?" V A. "Very great. A11 over the country. Our UBW TEA STORE —JUST STARTED— No.3 W.TMrd Street, Between Market and Shipley Streets, one door We9t of Market Stree Sign—Red Front* Great Canton and Japan Tea Cos, SELLS TEAS AND COFFEES TWENTY PER CENT, LOWER THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN THE CITY, PRICES OF TEAS—OOLONG Black, 49, 50, 60, 70, 80, best 90 cento. JAPAN, 60,70,80 90,best*]. Imperial 50,00, 70, 90, *1 00, best Si 15. Young best *110. English Breakfasts 00,70, 80j 90. 1. BestSlftfi PRICES OF COFFEES Hynon, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 91 00 Breakfast's '00, 80,90. 1. Best Siftings, 35 cents, PRICES OF COFFEES. — Old Gov, Java, 38 cents. Old best Maracaibo, 35, best La guayra, 35, Choice Old Strong Rio, 32, and 31; best mild Rio 32, good 28 and 30, good S Mr! James Crippen having resigned his position at the old Tea House, No. 512 Market St., and assumed control of the GREAT CANTON AND JAPAN TEA CO., invites all his old friends and customers to the new house, believing that they can there be better served than at any other place in the city. Do not forget No. 3 Third St., one door West of Market street. SM-A Handsome OIL CHROiviO or PIECE OF GLASSWARE given to every purcha novl5-0m Her. ICE ! ICE! 1876. ICE! ICE! PRICES COMMENCING APRIL 1st. 5 pounds daily. 50 cento a week, 8 oents a single piece. 8 " " 60 " " .. 11 75 12 13 90 16 15 1.05 " 1.25 " Various unalitittes from 25 to 1(K) pounds at the rate of 70 cents per 100; 100 pounds to pounds at 60 cents per 100; 1 ton to 3 tons at *10 per ton ; over that amount special 20 18 200 "aII accounts to be ousli daily or weekly unless otherwise agreed upon. ms- As we think the prices named are fair aud equilabie. we have Individually agreed to strictly adhere to these prices aud none other until further notice^ & WAI TON & BROTHER. J. B. CON ROW & SON. m24-0L * 1321 Green St. ♦ Whits, Itchy and Scaly Tetter of the Scalp. scalp gets itohy, tender and covered w!„S fine white scales. They form again as fast as removed. ,. , Pimples, Fleshworms, and Blackhead*.— On tho forehead, cheeks and nose. They exude a whitish substance when squeezed; affect both sexes. Prurigo (Interne Itching)—Begins as soon as the clothing is removed; no eruption but thnt caused by scratching; worst from tho waist to the ankles. ,. Tho above and all Skin Diseases cured by Dr. Van Dyke, 1321 Green Street, Philadelphia, Pa. CATARRH GURED. Citarrh.—A stopped-up feeling in the head, incessant blowing of the nose, hawking and spit ting, dropping into tho throat, and bad breath, CUBED BT Da VAn Dyke, No. 1391 Green Street, Philadelphia. The Ml J The value ot this article of diet has beei thoroughly established in England and thf Canadas over all other preparations lor In* fonts and Invalids. Sold by all druggists In cans, 85 eta., 65ets-, $1.26 and $1.767Beai lng slgnatois of ftOo. v„ •to R RBHM gSWPS away jlfcsMperfectfy as irthey were here in . V. " I snppoeeyouhaye at least half a dozen different departments? A. "My dear sir I we have more than toenfy, each charged with its own business, and each thoroughly organized, a necessary wheel with ^V. wllL y °^ nam ® tt ^ThTcurtom Deoart A. With pleasure. The Custom Depart ment. for thosejwho prefer custom-made to ready-mad&TJft Furnishing Department, with its ■mrose stock of all underwear, The Shirt Wfctory, with its busy machines, making our own first-class shirts. The Trim mlng Departoent, itself asbig as many a regu lar store. The Garment Stock Room. The Receiving Room. The Order Department, named before. The Special Uniforms Depart ment. The Delivery Department, with its ?£?!■¥",fn"'., ™T-i,... V. Hold, hold! sir^noughl A. I m not half through r The Advertising Department, with its bilLand sign distributors, I editing and publishing* business and popular journal, circirielfcgjree, 60,000 copies monthly (tell all your fri*&To send for it). The Mens Department, wlUnta many r oom s The Bovs Department. The Youths' Department The Children a Department, wi th its special entrance&r ladies. The TelegT^h DeMrt ment. The Chief Clerk s Department with its book-keepers and assistants. General Man ager's Department; Financier's Office, and outer offices of the Any all busy as bees thinking, planning, executing, buying, mak ing, registering, recall*, sending outselling, and in a thousandAms Joining their forces to carry on a busineMwith the lng to between 82,000,000 an nually/ V. "S-t-n-p-e-n-d-o-u-sl" A. "Indeed it isl I forgot to name toe Cashier's Department, whlenhandles its 825,000 of retail sales on some single days! V. "825,000! Immense I That Awhat enables the house to buy cheap and selycheap ?" A. " Exactly I You have Jlfet hit it. The people throng here, teiSksag that we depend on low prices and immdMsales." V. "What are the 'foue rules* I hear so much about? A. " Our Bystem of business dealing—1. One price, no deviation; 2. Cash for everything: 8. A guarantee protecting the purchaser: 4. The money returned if the buyer can't otherwise be suited." , , V. " Nothing could he fairer, A. "Nothing. And the people see It. V. " Well, I thank you, sir, for your polite attention." A. "Not at all. It's a pleasure to Call again! and be sure of the pU maker & Brown's Oak HallMouR ner Sixth and Market." V. "Thank you I I shall be happy to do so, Good morning." >le amount ,000,000 an serve you. Wana i-East cor I N STORE THE FOLLOWING ISO WHISKIES: Hannlsville Pure Rye, 1873. A. Overhalt A Co.'s Pure Rye, 1871-72-7*. Hyatt & Clark's (Sherwood) Pure Rye,lSf7> W. & W. (IXL) Rye and Malt., 1809. Having stored the above Whiskies prlo to the increase of tax, they will be soli without any advance in price. FRANCIS KELLY, No. 108 Market St, ang 28-tf UR SELECTIONS o OF OLD RYE WHISKIEB ARE UNSURPASSED. We have in stock: MOORE'S 1866, 1868. SHERWOOD, 1888, 1864, DOUGHERTY, 1869, HANNISVILLE, 1871 JOHNSON ft SON, (BOURBON) 1808. Champagnes, Sherries and Port at duoed prices. anz28-tM P. PLUNKETT A CO„ 106 Market Mtreel ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHIN1 NEEDLES, and the best quality of Oil at the Sings Office. Repairing a Specialty. MM la* - ( A. J. VAN DUZEE, Agent. No. 615 Maiket street a INSURANCE. JNSURE In the D. K.McClure, Capitalist, Short Man itu,Pa. Dr j. T _ Hammond, M. D., Berlin, Md. R udolph Humphreys, Lumberman, Salis n bu f y g d , *' obn f Long, Merchant. Frankford, Del. Q eor „ e a. Jones. Civil Engineer, George town. Del. D w Moore, Capitalist, Laurel, Del. Col y Bi j,' C rd. Capitalist, Condord, Del. Wm F Sharp Merchant, Harrington, Del; EU Ho ji lgter insurance, belaware City, H cha * . uiman, Prest. fj. 8. Law Asso. N. y City • F.&M. INSURANCE COMPANY Of Delaware City DELAWARE. BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 1878/ Col. James B. Henry, President, Delaware City. P. Hudson, Capltallfct; St. Georges, John Del. Capt. Berij. Stokley, Farmer, Spaford, Del. Reyndhr Williams, Merchaut, Milford. Del. Hiram W. McColley, Capitalist, Milford, Del. John Al. Dale, Capitalist, Whalevville, Md. D. J. Minlch, Insurance, Seaford, Dal. Wm. Dyer, Merchant, Dover, Del. James M. Sellers, R- R. Contractor, Phila delphia, Pa. John M. Pomeroy, Editor, Cliambersburr, Pa. R. W. Cannon, Merchant, Bridge vllle, D«\ Wm. H. Murphy, Manufacturer, Farming ton, Del. Chas. H. Maull, Merchant, Lewes, Del. James H. Myers, Insurance. Delaware Clt JAMES B. HENRY. Pres. JAMES H. MYERS, Sec'y and Tireas. decl4-6m LEGAL ENRY C. TURNER, H ATTORNEY AT LAW 602% Market St., Rear Office. aug 6-mo. ALTER CUMMINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office :—No. 612 King street, next doort the Poet office, WUmlngten, Del. aagaBtat W MEDICAL R. J. P. GRIFFITHS, _ „ Late of Washington, D. O.. removed from No. 1013 Mirkrt street D Has to No, 610 Tatnall street ' Wilmington, Del.. And Is prepared to Treat all Acute as well as Chronic Diseases In a scientific manner, m20-lmeod R. J. P. MALCOM, D No. 308 Taylor Street. m!6-tf R. GRIMSHAW, D 826 West Street oot. 28-ly D R. WALES, has returned to his resi dence Cor. Eighth and King Streets, oct 15-tf. W. E. Williams, DRUGGIST, Ninth and Market Streets , Wilmington, Del. IDGE'8 FOOD FOR INVALIDS. R ltaw-8t UNKEL'S MAGIC K HAIR RESTORER. Restores gray-mixed, red, light or Haded needs of hair, beards or moustaches, to* beautiful brown or black, in from or - to lour jpplications. It is free from salpnui, lead, acids, mercury, silver,or anythingin* lurious to either hair or beard. IT DOES NOT FADE OR RUB OFF. Expressed to all parts on receipt of on* lollar, or six bottles for five dollars. At the wholesale aud retail depot, No. 916 VINE STREET. PHIL A DELPHI A. dec.24'75-ly BANKERS. JOHNSON * CO., QRAIGE, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Sixth a Market sts., Wilmington, Dn, NEW YORK AND PHILADEL. STOCKS BOUGHT ft SOLD ON COMMISSION. Every facility afforded for persons deair lug to deal oi invest in Stocks, Bonds or Geld. Telegraphic quotations • received con stantly during the day SUgJBtf PERIODICALS. EW BOOKS ! NEW BOOKS! N As soon as published, all the NEWSPAPER^, new magazines, DAILY AND WEEKLY STATIONERY! BLANK BOOKS, GAMES, And a very large assortment of article* BOTH FOR ORNAMENT AND USE, AT E. 8. R. BUTLER'S No. 420 Market Street. Jan.lltf.t _ END25c, TO G, P. ROWELL ft Co..NeV York, for Pamphlet of 100 page*, oot • ssssar 1 S .