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to 33claimc Inquirer. .f AMES MONTGOMERY, EDITOR. WILMINGTON, DELAWARI Saturday Horning, Feb. 14,1863. OUR COUNTRY ►V é « /ß \ RIGHT OK WRO HO. Post Office Printing (■liven to the DELAWARE INQUIRER," BECAUSE IT HAS THE l ARREST CIRCULATION «a OF ANY PAPER IN THE STATE. Caution. —We waul the public to distii.ctly have agent colleciiug understand that money for this paper but James B. Riggs, with this exception, any representing himself agent is imposter. . JAMES MONTGOMERY. Wilmington, Autr. 9th. 1862. Error Corrected.— We stated in our last issue that a case of small-pox was at the Delaware Gazette office. We under stand it has been removed to the private residence of Squire Young; therefore the Gazette office has no living case of small pox about it We understand, however, that the rags which introduced the small pox have not been removed by the Board of Health. We make thi» correction, cheerfully, as we would not misrepresent even the Delaware Gazette willfully. A Dead Fall.—A few night« ago the poor starving horses at Gamp Smithen*, in almost the last agonies of despair, gnawed off the posta that held up their stable, and the building fell to the grouud, liter ally oovering up the poor animals, one of which was severely injured. The horses have ■inoe been running loose in the fields, they do not now have even shelter. White Slaves or Delaware.—N ext week we intend publishing a list of all the name« of the people, legislators and others, who have been bought by the lot tery men, and the amounts they received, showing who took bonds and who took money to make the lottery grant .of IS 59, shewing ( 'the conduct of Govetnura ex içnators, Judges, Pleliigua, £o., gi* r fee liât for to-day's paper. It will be d rich de velopement, and will servq to show how «orne people may overstep the mark in their efforts to get rich, and after all lind the old maxim is demonstrated fully that Go' die " There is many a slip Between the cup and the lip." 8am. Townsend.— This distinguhhed individual a short time since published u communication in the Delaware Gazette, wherein he stated that John W. Forney, «H, and others, procured the office of paymaster for him, and that he did uot want it and had it transferred to his broth er. Sour grapes. The truth is he was Glamorous for office, and he succeeded, through the instrumentality of friends, whom he was continually importuning, to b« appointed paymaster. After receiving the office he wrote to the Paymaster Gen eral a letter that no one in the Department oould read ! hence he declined the honor of the office became he could not get it. A Mean City Council.— Reader, do jou want to know why it is that the city small notes are refused in mauy places in Philadelphia y We will tell you the whole atory in a very few word» : In the first plaoe every body, and the City Coun cil, knew that they had no legal right to issue these notes at all. But the demand . for change made the .citizens generally in • favor of their i . In fact, necessity required that »mall notes should be issued, and every one looked to the City Council to make ohange for them. The people Wfere willing thjp law jji0,ul/l be broken rathar than thqir huolnwas t»l.<mld iaVl ivi the want of »mall change ; hence the notes were issued and endorsed by the people. Philadelphians knowing Wil mington was good for whatever she tracted for, came here and even paid a bo nui to get these notes. Thing» passed smoothly when the Philadelphia Ledg oame out in an article denouncing the currency, aod showing it« illegslity. A« sudden as a thunder clap the note» refused by the business men of the city. Broker'» offices were crowded with holders of this paper, vainly seeking a market for it. it con ■ irei e became evident that the périment of the city issuing paper money was a failure. The notes were not ble until twelve months utter date ; hence the whole issue—three-fourths of which had made its way to Philadelphi remain worthless in the hand» of BE paya* -would poor people who could not afford to hold it. Dohaven & Brother, brokers, Third Street. Philadelphia, to disgraceful bankruptcy, placed advertise ments i Wilmington from the papers stateing that they would redeem those »mall note» at par No soonor was this announcement made credit returned, and the small notes p*fl«ed as readily as th« notes issued by their own banks. These brokers redeemed j enough of these not«« to give oh&ractejr and importance to the City of Wilming ton in Philadelphia. But this mode of proceedure required considerable of these gentlemen's capital without realising them any profit. They asked our City Council to j)laoe at their disposal a few thousand dollars to redeem this currency when pre sented at their counter. This was refused by the economical Council, and the De havens quit redeeming the notes, and the result is becoming manifest by the refusal of the people to take the promises of a people who are so contemptibly mean to want others to place their hands in their pockets and take out their money to redeem notes that the City of W ilmington is making a handsome profit by. We have heard strong stories about New York Aldermen, but we do think, so far meanness is concerned, the City Council of Wilmington will carry away the palm. Every dollar of these small notes have been replaced by Government bonds bear six per cent, interest, soheme of issuing these notes is a money making one. But he is certainly a cruel father who would thus desert his own off spring after he had made the last cent out of him. Money must be placed in some body's hands in Philadelphia to redeem these notes or the efet^t of this city is gone forever. Our small notes are refused on all the passenger railways in Philadel phia ercept the Fifteenth street line. The store-keepers are taking the cue and refusing them also. Under such circum stances, how long will it be before these notes Councilman can answer. The worthies» 't Perhaps a City (/row the New Or leant Delta .J REBEL ATROCITIES. Lath Rbbbl Govbmob Ahisona. Imfohtant and Military Commandée We are indebted to Captain Longley, of the 1st Texas Cavalry, for tbe following choice contribution to the history ot tbe rebellion, takeu from Texas papers. "Colonel" Baylor's position, as a Rebel alone, entitles him to the attention of the Delta Personally, he is just such a scoundrel as bis official acts proclaim him. It is a very significant commentary the character of the rebellion that Buck a tonous bully, blackguard and horse thief, should be intrusted with important duties in the service of the Richmond oligarcy. Texas needs no information concerning him. The civilised world cannot road tbe extract given below—cut from a Huston paper—witb liardly favorable reflections ou tbe uature ot the insurrection, its leaders and agents. Baylor has borne fo» some time a considerable reputation as an indiau fighter, iron» the fact that by just such a piece of abominable treachery as he delegates to "Cap tain" Helm in the order hero puplished, he managed to massacre a large number of In dians, principally women and children, time siace, and was enabled iu tbis way to make a magnificent display of scalps as the trophies of bis ÿeruisai. The order of Captaiu Helm was, of course, not sent but wac published at a later day by "General Sibley," with comments. Tbe "General" look occasion also to send the order to Richmond, aud as a return for the notice bestowed upon him, Baylor undertakes in a later publication, given here also, to tflate the character ot Sibley. It is not likely that be much misrepresents tbe notorious Sibley, whose skedaddling exploits in the Rebel Service since be turned traitor and de serted the United Statq r'Army, where he held ir«« lHrt»BtT. yar nobile fratrum, and likely to say anything too bad et each other. Any critioiem tion. There can be no question whatever as to the autheuiicitj- of the documetitB . HsAoquABTxa» Second Rkoimknt T. M. R Mksila, March 20, 1862 . Oapum Utlm, Oim mmMw Arùon. Ouari* : Sir— 1 learn Irom Lieutenant Colonel Jack that the Indians have been in your post, for the purpose of making a treaty. The Cougress of the Confederate States has passed a law declaring extermination to all hostile Indians. You will therefore use ull possible when you get them togetiiei, kill all the grown «n i t;;i ,i ;oä: t v.;\L cb ;^ e „ , :e i, o r ; , k ü m,ö g rd Indians. Buy whiskey and eueb other goods as ra») be necessary for tbe Indians, and I will order vouchers given to cover tbe amount expended. Leave noihinir uadone w insure surfes., and have a sufficient number of mea around to allow uo Indians to escupe. 8ay nothing about your orders until the time arrives, and be cautious hew you let the Mexican* know it. If yon can't trust them, send to Captain Aycock at this place, and he will send thirty from bis company. Better use the Mex icans, it they can be trusted,' as bringing troops from here might excite suspicion with the Indians. To your judgmeut I entrust this important matter, and look for succès against these ed pests who have already murdered over d hundred men iu this territory. hin: Baylor's production John R. Baylor, Col. Commanding 2d Rag., T. M. R. Wb print the above for the benefit of to the the humane gentleman who hold tortune» of Bayard and Haulsbury. It »hows, in bold relief, the uharaoter of the men who running the rebellion chiue, and wi»h to be left alone. Never was the real character of Secession so fully developed a» iu that brief note on the In dian question,from ex-Governor Baylor to Captain Helm. Tt breathes nothing but . low eunning illy suppressed, deception of the meanest charierJand cold blooded murder of the (larktjpkind. There are no words in the Englir ii language expres sive enough to convey an idea of the low, brutal ferocity of that murdrous letter; yet it comes from a man in high position among the rebels, and gives a terrible com mand to a subordinate under him to per petrate an aot more damnable than any re corded in history. Men may talk of the »avage cruelty of the barbarian» of the wilderne»s, a people who have never beeu blessed with the refinements of civilisa tion, and oondemn their rudeness and bar barous customs; but what will they say about these educated savages, who, ten times more treacherous than the men of tho forest, talking about the abridgement of their rights and privilege«, and at the *ame time applying the knife to the throats of the poor Indian«. It has been the obj«ct of civilised people to protect and save from utter destruction the poor Indian, who, at best, is but a child; but we find the rebel to the Union—who is also a rebel to God, to «ooiety and hu manity—seeking to destroy his life, and that too by means that the savage himself would be ashamed of. If there ii gle argument in favor of eeceasion it is the one that would be used to «operate the people of the North from % people who have not a eiugle redeeming virtue in their character. The villain who would is of Bili days ton to Go as all order the wholen&le slaughter of Indian., - in cold blood, and s«ll their children into %nd perpetual slavery, would murder whit« people of the North and sell their child into slavery if it lay in their power. What think the people of Delaware of Governor Baylor's orders ? Are they not the sentiment* of Bayard and Saulsbuvy put in praotice ? Are they not the views of every Northern rebel put in practice '! People of Delaware, who have not wholy turned savages, will do well to ponder over the order of tbe Governor of Arizona. Will the scoundrels of the South, with their hands red with the blood of the ln dian, and the clank of hi» children'» chains ringing in his ear», ask the civili zed world to recognise suoh a government ? Yes, endorse this cruelty! France, with the recollection of the Guillotine and Bax tile fresh in her memory, may dtk for m compromise. England, with her hundred million slaves may deaire to see her coun terpart on this Continent; but, thank God, the strong arm and willing heart« of the white free men of the North, the rebel lion, and its horrid principles and damna ble practices, must go down. The prooe»» may' be a alow one, but it Will be The iron will of the North must predomi the cold, bloody, tyranical heart nate of the South. The power that this tyrany has beeu built up upon this Continent, must fall, and with it will go down as bloody a set of men us ever disgraced a civilised community. Shackles for the Indian ! Bays the South. We think we hear a voice, terrible and deep, which proclaims from one end of this Continent to the other, no shackles for any one. All the character and im portance treason has ever had, grew out of slavery ; take that from them, and southern enterprise will dwindle into in siguificance. Shackle» for the Indians ! the rightful owners of the soil upon which slavery existed. We may expeot to hear of shackles for the North before this rebellion is finished. The ory will be kill off the grown whites " and sell their children to defray the expenses." White men of the North ponder over this mat ter before you throw your moral influence into the soale against humanity. The hour has come when shackles must be struek from those who are already slaves, in order to prevent the manufacture of shackles for the children of freemen. Suoh men as Governor Baylor must be stripped of their power to do harm ere the wheels of our government will move aright. Suoh an order shows the ne cessity for a speedy and effeotual prosecu tion of the war ; it shows the necessity for suppressing treason in the North, as well as the South, and that every freeman, who oares about his own liberty and that of hie ohildreu, should do all that lays in his power to assist tho government iu its •flimjtiL pm J < —i Unnipgm ot is in a of he In to in h " b " n j suffering ever since its first existence from j the w«nt of a Uniform Nhtion.l Currenoy. | , , ' A currency that will be good in every sec ,i oll 0 j the oouimunitv. A United States i u , . . . , *' , ., , , has beeu tried and found to be iin j practicable. Various schemes have been I _ . .. . | P^P^ed, but all have been found unavail ing. Secretary Chase has now proposed a come the difficulty of exchange, and place ^ *• —* «*—■ b a8i8 . In their present condition, we think, the banks generally are any thing but solvent, .. ® , , . * ® "***• Chase « plan is for the banks to invest the »mount of their capital in Govern , , . . m ® n t bonds drawing interest, boud« are to constitute the base on which Financial Secretary Chase's : These the paper is to be issued, constituting the currency oi the bank. The Government will then give the bank the amount of the bonds it holds in duly registered paper, to to be issued as currency. This paper will i be just as good as Government paper any where in the country. The currency will be unilorm and not subject to be discount ed when it finds its way a few miles from home. At first the banks thought this would injure their business, but the calm, sober, second thought has brought quite a change over their minds, and we hear but little talk against this financial soheme. The newspapers throughout the country speak well of this mevement, and we see no good reason why it sholild uot be adopted. It would raise a large amount of money for the Government, make de positors and note holders safe, and inspire universal confidence among the people. The bank» of the State of Delaware would thu» be able to take nearly $2,000,000 of Government loan, and thus contribute largely towards the support of tbe Govern ment. It is a soheme that nothing oan be lost at, and it requires but experienoe to ■how whether its adoption would not be one of the best things that eould happen the country. of us tle is of the pnt of for of all LOCAL MATTËR8. BUSINESS NOTICES. The Hutchinson Family will hold forth at the Institute Hell, this fSaterday) evening, whore they will sing many beautiful airs. Everybody them who wants a quarter's should go and worth ot flrst-clas amusement. See advertise tbe per Caesar A. Rodney, Hardware Merchant, Market street, between 2d and 3d, has always on band a well-selected stock ut hardwers of every description Imaginable, cheap for cash. See bis advertisement in another column. Go and tee him. Mr. DeNermandie, wholesale and retail China and Queensware between 3d and 4th, ha* beet selected stocks of for some time, all of which he will sell chenp for cash. Read his advertisemet in another column of to-day'» paper. D. T. Rickards, Real Estate Agent and» Auctioneer, on Tuesday last, told a farm be longing to Capt. Martin, situated on the pub lic road between New CaeCle and Delaware City, containing 181 acres, to A. I. Davieoe ef Del. City for $00 per acre. and at Merchant, Market et., of tho bave witnesed hand ties «31 tors, afeout to a 8. L. England, practical Drugpiht, formerly of Philadelphia, ha* purchased »ho 'JÄfstora, Bili ami Market streets, where lie *Æf \n a'few days be able tu supply the citizeua^rvniniinn ton and vicinity, with pare drug^f every dc old und welÄnoern stand conveuieBtÄirt of the city therefore it is expected our frÄd- wilt.return to their old place of dealtagM^ain. Mr. Kilg land has throughly rénova»! the store and largly increased the sto JL of gootj^. He wholesales and retails drugs of everykind.— Go and see him for yourself. John Parker, barber, 3d street, between Market and King streets, is the man to go to when you want to be shaved nice and clean, as lie always keeps everything around him clean and tidy. He always has on banda splended quality of Hair Tonic, which he will sell to any person who may call on him.— Walk in, and get a comfortable shave, upholster, has oftgnerl a fnrnlture store at No. 9, East Fourth sL,. where all kinds of furnitere can be had at a (ow rate for cash. He also repairs and varnishes old furniture at the shortest notice. All-orders for new furniture promptly attended to. Mr. Macan has carried on the upholstering bust ness In this city for the last ten years, during which time he has always given full satisfuc tion to all who ever patronised him. Call and him at No. 9, East Fourth street. She ad vertlMmeDt. ... j , John Merrick, couch end cerrleg. mJcul.c turer, corner o! Second «nd French«» elwny. keep, on hnrnl an elegant »^''I'.rge variety of coaches and carr.egcs of the lutest ety ice, as cheap as can be purchased anywhere He also maoutacture. to order any kind of coneh or carriage that may be called or. See advertisement in another column of to-day, - ^ u - Thi ,„ a %nd is located iu a George 0. . W. Kirbye's fkney lettering and display up stairs iu Webb's buil card painting «ling, Market street between Second greets,where everything in the picture be had ut the shortest notice. Mr. paints all kinds of play-cards, in every color and style that you may call for. He also keep baud tbe largest assortment of handsome und elegantly paipted pictures that is kept in city. Any person can be suited with a be tiful picture at bis emporium, painted both in water and oil cqlprs. Call and see him, all who would bave fsucy play-cards and pointing of every description, up stairs in Webb's Buil ding iViwd to No. 506, Market street, (Baker Building) where lie intends keeping a very large variety a family. This dist.in well known in this Cheap John will retnave bis store rything used iu d individual is ot fuishe community that it is only necessary to say where be is to insure custom. Strangers vis ting need goods standing around be always keeps good articles and expect tbe door, would rather keep them ander shelter than expdSed bear in mind Ids number is 506 Market Street, in close proximity to tbe City Hall. His is large and roomy, and be hopes to be able to accommodate the large number of customer* that will always bain attendance until they be waited upon ; therefore the crowd may e on, resting assured that everything will in first order. Remember that everything used about a house can be had at ObaapMohn's No. 506 Market street. and wind, but they must bè Tuesday after caused by tbe Fire .—Tbe alarm of fire , about 4 o'clock, burning of a large brick building connected with the manufactories of the Messrs. Pyle, in the western section of the city, used tor packing aod finishing. It appears that at the hour above named, the building was occupied i by five operatives, who had just commenced i mixing composition for their work. Suddenly ] an explosiou took plaoe, (supposed tq be j caused by gas from the bensiuo communi- j eating with tbe stove) and the entire building suddenly in a blase. Jamea McKay was standing In the door at the time, and was blown about 16 or 20 feet from the spot, hut . ..Mind withMt ..rlou. (.Jury; kl. wh ik.rj, b«ir and eyebrow, wrr. pr.ttj- well .l»g.d, end on. ofhla «rma illgtitljr burned. David Down.. Henry Fr...ton, Wm. Lelof and H.ory Mftiwell war. not so lucky, a. In at tempting toontaln egre..tb.y greeted through the flames ana were badly burned abeut the faee. William Lung reetited the most 9* injury, but it is thought tbatnohe of them are dangerously burned. oi . steck was fully insured, and the building partly so. The Ore will not Intefere in the least, with the operations ot this extensive firm, as orders will be filled as rapidly as t heretofore. Ample arrangements had beie- | fofore been made to meet every emergency ; that might arise Tbe premises will be rt -* built immediately. 1 Bargains Bargains! BAHGAIJVS 111 j More Building Lots For Sale. be«t LoUinthe city, located on Fourth, J»ffei«>u, Fifth aod Madlaon Str»»t«, within four »quarM of ih» I Fourth Street Merket Ho Sale Positive. KVKKY LOT TO BE SOLD AND NO UNDER BIDDINO. TERMS —4) percent, of tbe approved xucurity for three. ueycaab. Not«» with ■ALE TO TAKE PLAGE ON Tuesday, 94th of February, TO COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK PRECISELY Per further particular« apply at the INQUIRER OFFICE JAMES MONTGOMERY. Afeut. U. S. Internal Revenue Simp*. —J. T. Heald, 421 Market st., Wilmington Del., supply Revenue Stamps, promptly, in large small quantities, aud will allow a discount (payable in stamps) . Orders pi mri ed purchases of $60.00 or be accompanied with the Cash and the requisite P. O. Stamps, when re to be made by mail. Bv Act of Congress, December 25th 1862, every instrument is valid, provided a legal stamp or stamps denoting a duty of the amount required shall have been daly affixed thereon. Proprietary (Drliggist) Stamps, however, can not be used except for tbe specific purposes designated by the law. Philanthrophy and Science .—Never befere lu tbe annals of the world's history has there been snch wonderful daily beiug performed through the mean* of Dr. Hooflatid's German Bitters, and the evidences of their curative powers,combined with the fact that they ents, have made them mand free from all alcoholic ingredi popular that the du scarcely be supplied. History tells us of conquerors who strewed tbe field of bat tle with the bodies of tbe vanquished, but boast of a whose sole aim disease, and to rob the grave is to triumph of its victim*. If a world-wide reputation, founded upou the successful confidence of the public tor . dii'fwtv year*, i« etiy c*tut<f(i«r. jM^rr.e labor of preparing the preparatHiortb? pro prietor* have unquestionably acbiei ed ii. The pnt rouago of all classe* —tbe gratitude of the millions—tbe heroes of science—the eulogie* of tbe press are theirs. It they were tbe possessors of the fairy winged horse that they might traverse ibe earth, there portions of it where these bitters Viewing, therefore, their popularity, having presented before us every day incouteatible proofs of their utility in disease, it wouia be vain to call in question tbelr value. A com munity may be deluded—quacks may triumph for a season, but the whole civilixed world cannot be deceived for matter of euch vital Importance a* the preser vation of health and life, and, therefore, it is that these bitters ride in^tr of popular opinion In the treatment of scrofula, abscesses.rheu matism, neuralgia, they have no rival, and in physical weakness, billious, disorders, vousness, palpitation of tbe heart, aud, intact, all diseases which originate in the blood, they a positive remedy. We do not stand alone in but few used. twenty years in a W the waves all opposition. approbation of tbe skill and philanthrophy of Pr. Hooflond's German Bitters. Almost every exchange pa per we open contains a powers, in the uplifting hopeless invalid from triumph of their delighteu and i»tbs of physical weakness to tbe enjoyment of health and vigor. Papers publish the quack nostrums ot tbe day, have at onte united of the lowest frigidly arisiocratio praise the curative proper ties ot these bitters. Messrs. Jones k Evans, «31 Arch street, Philadelphia, tors, and will attend to all orders pnnctually. representing himself to be a wounded soldier is going afeout begging. He represents that he is sent to each individual be calls upon by some w ell known clttson- It Is strongly suspected be is a humbug. No other hint is ueedod. tbe proprie L.tk Out /or Hit* !—A Notice.— Tb*» subscriber baa tbis day sold bis entire stock of China and Glassware, Cnt lery, «fcc., to Thomas T. de Normandie, who will continue ttfe business at the old stund, No. 202 Market street. He cordially recommends bin successor to those who have been customers at the store, as one who perfectly understands the business, and will attend v^ tbeir wants both agreeably and with promptness, Dec. I, 1862. CLEftyttiT B. SMYTH, t —— The subscriber having been identified with the establishments of David Smyth, David Smylb A Son and Clement 6. Smyth, for the to past eighteen years, has purchased the store which the latter has occupied, together with the stock of goods tention of carrying on the stock is by far the largest and most complete of its kind in the State, and embraces nearly every article iu a Queensware, as well as a good assortment of Silver Plated and Britannia ware, Cutlery, Ac., Ae. Also the old Oil Lamps, Chimueys and Shades in this city, The purest quality of Kerosene Oil always Mr. band. It is hoped the old customers mid friends of the establishment will continue with the change of proprietorship, the patronage so liberally bestowed on the former owner, ' THOMAS Y. De NORMANDIE, ad- ! fcbU-tf 302 Market at., Wilmington, Del. To the Patron» of the Sunday Paptrt .—We ; „ ouuoed four w „' k , lha ? w / w6 „ , , , h . peopt , of Wilmtnjton with Sund«, Philadelphia price, , but . fier her. ^ ' ime £ » f. ir trial, we find fa ltI rherelore, much to of compellnd to return to See ,» . « <•„ Tra^cript 6 cte., Mrrcry 5 c „ p ,/ 00 „. Thise who have placed their subscription list for papers at feel will hand, with the In business. The of either China, Glass extensive stock ot Coal old >B f names Philadelphia prices, and do uot above, will please give immediately ; as we cannot, after this date, (Jan. 25,1 furnish any person for seich low We would be happy for all the sub in during the past few und in all iug to pay no - rates seribers that have weeks to continue with.u|, but rather th:vn misunderstanding, we lists when satisfied with the terms. Those pAid in advance for their papers will receive them until the end of the time paid for at Philadelphia rates. The papers, as hereto fore, will be» served tegularly morning by faithful carriers, wlieu desired, they may be bad at the Tobacco and Segar Stoi*e, cor. 4th and King Sts., or at the Barber Shop in Market St. below 8th, (Arcadp Row.) All papers to be paid for as received. JOSEPH 8. DAYIS, Sole Agent for the City of Wilmiugton, Del. have anj trouble would strike their names from they who every Sunday this say relinquish and A Bart Chane *. —Being about my present business, a good opportunity is wishing to engage in sailing out, to offered to any the Jewelry business. I am and shall continue to do so, until all my stock is sold, at cost prices, for cash only. The stand is a good ing oat is for tbe purpose of engaging in a different business la Philadelphia. J. C. NUBLIT, No. 521 Market 8t., Wilmington, Dei. . Tbe only reason for sell j Notice _James C. Pickels, tbe well known wholesale and retail china and earthenware Second and and will continue to hand, a very large and well selected tbe merchant, Market afreet betw Third streets, has j.have ! assortment of china and Queensware and tor sets of every description imaginnble. Mr. 1*. is always calculated to suit tbe public in any i thing in his line of trade, that they may waul; i and, above all other things, he sells cheap tor ] cash, cheaper then the most of his class of be j merchants. His store Is handsomely fitted up j in every respect, and those calling on him will be very much pleaeed with his assortment of china and earthenware. jaS4-tf. . göÄ80B 0 f the year for cloelng out of Summer <lock of ^ ,„ d at ord „ make r(ion aad Wint.r etu.lt, I her. throw ladooemeDt. to th. public, by the way of ch 8<MU aud sto „. [ baT , 00w „„ s „ 0 at- pa i rg 0 f Men 1 ., Woman'.Hi..»' aad Cblldraua' ^ 00ta aod ahoM lUt muet be wld lo a few d ^ nQt %t 9*- another, as I must hare the room for Fall aud of yV ierter Boots and Shoes. Those gentlemen oi . ng|iUave been waiting for those high cut T ,r 1 ■''v 10 vVV last we »hall bave I llljs w i nlgr) t j,at price and quality, us Boots j an( j yj, oeg 0 f a jj kinds are rapidly raising in p r j ce g0 vou that are io want ot great bar as t ( , a i ng) c *u an <j Iec for yourselves, as I have a | | gr g e *tock of goods on baud, bought at 20 ; pHf c#nt , egg ^an they are selling te day in -* the market- Call at the Cheap Boot and Shoe Store, corner of 2d and Market sts., Wllmiu^ 1 ton, Del. doting tut of Summer Sto oh .—As this is tbe price, they must go at and GEO. H. WALTER. Clockt .—William Sperry, a clock makei who has beeu tried for tbe last 11 years in Li* j vicinity aud proved himself , has ih» I Jpg West excellent work located himself at No. where he at all limes, and consulted upon matters ap pertaining to his business. Mr. .Sperry is so well known iu this community that it only ie quires notice of his whereabouts to insure his work. . permaneutly Ninth street, be found O'Neils cheap fancy and staple Dry Goods Htore, No. 313 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware, four doors below 4th street. Keeps constantly everything in tbe Dry can be found any wh sortaient of Embroidery in tbe State, as low hs any House in New York or Philadelphia. Flense give him a call. No. 313 Market street, tour doors below Fourth Street, teb. 22-ly. hand a general assortment ot Goods line, as oheap as else. The finest as or JOHN O'NEIL. The Artisans Savings Bane, No. 117 Mar ket street, Wilmiugton, Delaware. Office open to receive deposits and make payments, daily, except Sundays, from 9 o'clock, A. M., till 1 P. M. On Tuesday evening* from 7 to 8 o' clock, and o'clock. Profit* upon deposits In this institution af payment of necessary expet tea, be divided among tbe deposito to be paid Saturday evenings from 6 to 7 all to No aalariea til after the to at leaet 6 the officers ui payment of dividends amounting per cent, per annum to The charter enacts that the depo! .tors. ■ mber of the Board of Managers shall be entit ed to receive any profit or emolument for bis services os such, borrow any funds deposited or be allowed with tbe Corporatiou. Managers —William S. Hilles, Edward Betts, Eli Todd, Joseph W. Day, Charles W. Howland, T « u m h « W. Bowers, George W. Bush, Edward Moor«, Leonard E. Wales, Clement B. Smyth, Dr. J. F. Vaughan, James Scott, Wm. Oaoby. William S. Hilles, President. Gkobge W. Bush, Vice President. John McLiar. Tresurer. , at;e sick, tha probability of your suffering is in tha itomach.— From a weak stomach proceed dyspepsia, lan guor, oppression in the diaphragm, jaundice, headache, nausea, bodily weakness, dimness •f sight, heartburn, costiveness, dysentery, and a legion ol' other tormenting disease*. Indi gestion produces thin blood, and thereby des troys the strength and vigor of ths system.— To restore the it to throw off, ànd dismiss forever, all these tormenliug and dangerous complaint«, nothing is necessary but a persevering use of Hoot laud's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. 0. M. Jacksoo, Philadelphia. There is ► tbe I of the stomach, aod enable mistake, failure in tlieir sanative effects. Tor sale iiy all druggist*. J übt Reosivbo, several large lot* Goods from New Yoek auctions, in Silks, De laines aod fiue English prints At prices tbe times, also, oae large lot of bleached Mus lins, yard wide at 9 cents per yard, aud all other goods iu proportion. A fiue lot of black Silks, high Lustre and wide, very low. Con stantly receiving job lots ef Embroidery, cheaper tban ever. Black Velvet Ribbons all widths. Irish Linens, Bayadere, Cambric, plaid Muslins constant ly on hand. Ladies Balmoral, Spring and Summer Ski-rls, the beat in Delaware at the price. John O'Nsil Market Street, 4th door below Fourth street, Wilmington, Del. ■nil Nauejook, striped and Save Your Money .—Remember the Delaware Saving Bank is located at tbe office 1 ot William McC'aulley, Esq., No. 606 Market street Wil mington Del., and is opened every day to re ceive deposits. All amounts received from dollar upwards, and five per oeat. interest paid from the day of deposit. WILLIAM McGAULLET, President. Jo he P. Ruth, Secretary. gjg- CHEAP JOHN bas everything in use also the Best Tobacco, and edit More goods than any SIX stores la Delawase. eep!4-ly of so at Feast for Ihr Wi\ and Children of the Soldier*. —Tbe society sf^M'e, the People'* under the immediate raatingemctu of the President, Eli Crozier intend giving 'tt grand IV wives; mothers and children of the Delaware soldiers in actual service The feast drill take place I m Monday the 23d inst., at the City Hall at 2 o'clock, P. M. Tickets for adults may be had quirer 6 the office of the Delaware ln any of the following geatlemen Col. Thomas M. Culburt, Corporal John S. Kowbothuui, Col. H. R. Bringburst, Lieut. Jobu W. Sullivan, Col. E. J. Horner, Prov. Marl. Wm. H. Naff. Col. Samuel Miller, Indian Queen, Brig. Gen. Win. McCauley, General Jesse Lane, Major Thomas Harvey, Lieut. Beujamiu A. Crosier. This will be a toast puroly for those ira*' mediately connected with the army. The City Hall will be fitted up In the very best style, and a committee of responsible citizens will conduct the tended to be In ceremonies. It is in •of the finest feasts this city ii afford. Order and decorum will be in child of a sol su red and dier need stay away from modesty or any other cause. All will be welcome. This feast will apt be like it was last year, wbeu the managers of the Odd Fellows Hall let the little children stand out in tbe cold while they ate their dinner. The city council has kindly given the use of the City Hall whore every thing will be comfortable. A happy time muy be anticipated, wjfe, mother Uf Delaware Battery .—A deputation of the First Delaware Battery have arrived iu ibis city, for tbe purpose of recruiting a few m<;ii for tbe Qdmpiiuy. They will be located at the Head Quarters of the Provost Guard,' City Hall. Those of our young t mustered in before the Company left, havo >B f low few t II H - who could e it was full, will ____ of linking their destiny with Captnin jß^Tda, as a few of the meu have been found physically disqua ified for the service Ser-* géant W. Lea, and J. Uameltoa Husbands are here for the purpose of recruiting. ' bee we will for An Intelligent Contraband .—Th readers, find it V inteligent contrabaud (Blake) at biB gre. oriutn, Market street, betwee of their chins, will call and have beards their advantage that shaving Fourth and Fifth, where be will exhibit you of tbe keenest i alors imaginable, tine easy chairs and everything in the bartering business of the latent and styles. Scented soaps, sweet odorous, Colognes and other luxuries too numerous to mention. Go and let him put that big fist of bis upon your bead Blake is a number pretty sensible contraband. approved tie is in out, and you will say barber, and besides a The a Dr. J. U. Chandler, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, 609 Market street, offers for sale at low prices, a complete assortment of Fresh Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Acids, Patient Medicines, Perfumery aud Fancy Soaps. Having recently added several his former large 9tock of soaps, be is offer the most extensive variety to bo styles abled found in this city. He also offers a large nnd well selected Stock of Brushes, Combs, Lubes' Extracts, Basin's Extracts, Bougie's Catheters, Syringes and brushes both double and singl-, j for children and adults applied by Dr. Chandler. would direct and to 1*. tor of up of „ 0 few cut I down tbe river- was thneu steamers with provisions for the Rebels in at Vicksburg and succeeded iu slnkiug them, She took 56 prisoners,one of whom a nel. The Queen 20 Hudson to draw tbe Ore from the upper bat in Among his Family Medioiues, attention to his Cough Syrup, Cough Losengas, Worm Losenges Dyspeptic Elixir, Aruica and Acbnite Liniment, ic , Ac. Du pooco's Golden Pills pills for females, $1 00 perbox. Together with all the popular Patent Medicines Sold at 609 Market Street, W il. miagton, Del. * * Groat Aohievmunt on the Missis iiPPh • THE RAM QUKKN OF THE WEST BACK AGAIN. tbe She einkt* three Rebel Steamers loaded with IVu. vi*tons — Take* fifty six pritontrt , with a Colo - ntl—She drawt th* fin of Port Iludten Battery —Official Report of her First passage of the Vicktbnrf Batteries. Chicago, Feb., 11, 1863.—A special dispat-, b from Cairo tQ-.doi says that neifg has bceu re — i-vedTroni Vicksburg nr'ÔHiurOaÿ. tuo . ...a Qo/en has returned from below. 'Her trip successful. She met at and a Colo euougo to Port 1ery OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE TRIP DOWN WARD. Washington, Feb. U, 1863.—Actiug Rear Admiral Porter, in terms of commendation, communicates the Navy Department the re port of Colonel Ellett, commanding tbe U 8. steam ram Queen of tbe West, giving an ac Vlcks Li* No. ap so ie his count of her passage of the batteries burg Tbe following is the report : United State» Stcam Ram Queen Ths W*ST, »BLOW VlOKSSURO, Monday, February 2, 18U3. Admiral: In compliance with your instruc tions I started on the Queen of the West at 3^ o'clock this morning to pass tbe batteries at Vicksburg, and sink tbe Rebel Steamer lying before that city. I discovered immediately starting, that tbe change of the wheel from its former position to the narrow space behiud the Queen's bulwarks did not permit tbe boat to be hauled with sufficient accuracy. An hour -arranging the n|i ; ot as as ot spent psratus, and when we finally rounded the bad risen, and any advantHge which would have resulted from the darkness point, tha 1 o' af The Rebels opened a heavy fire upon us -is neared the city, but only struck three times before reaching tbe steamer. Site was lying in nearly the same position that the Arkansas occupied when Geu. Eilet ran the Queen into her on n former occassion. Tiie causes which prevented tbe destruction of the Arkansas then, saved the city of Vicks burg this morning. Her position was such that if we had down, the b.. v of the have glanced. We round iu order to strike. The consequence moment of collision, the current, very rapid and strong at this point, caught the stem ui my boat, and, acting un ber bow a* a pivot, swung her round so rapid ly that uearly all her momentum was lost. I had anticipated this, and therefore caused the starboard bow gun to be shotted with three of tbe incendiary projectiles recommended in ycur orders'. As we swung around, Sergeant J. H. Campbell, detailed for that purpose, fired this gun. A 64-pound shell crushed through the barricade just before lie reached the spr. a , n «'he*did not hesitate. Toe dih^harge took ' place at exactly the right moment, aud set the *ftûe Rebel steamer in flames, which they subsequent - ly succeeded io exiinguisbing. At tbis mo ment one of the enemy's set tbe cotton tbe starboard wheel on fire, while tbe discharge gun'ignited that portion which was the bow. Tbe flames spread rapidly, aud tbe dense !>moke rolled into tbe englue snffocated tbe engineers. I saw that if I attempted City of Vicksburg again my boat would tainly be burned. ! ordered her to be beaded down stream, aud ordered every man to ex tinguish the flames. Atter mach exertions finally put tbe fire out by cutting the burn bales loose. Tbe enemy of course were idle. We though tbe cabin door was knocked material injury to the boat or t< board was inflicted. About two regiment* of Rebel sharpshooters lu rifle pits kept up it continuai fire, but did no damage. The Queen was struck twice io the bull, but above tbe water line. One of aad ruined. I me of the condact of every_ _ All behaved with cool, determined courage. I remain, very respectfully, CHARLES RIVERS ELLETT, Commanding Ram Flvet. David D. Foster, Acting Rear Admiral, Com manding Mississippi Squadyon. Cairo, Feb. 11,1162.—Vicksbarg letter* say j the brllliantacbievement of tbe Queen running . tbe gauntlet of the Rebel Batteries has bad.: beneficial effect on the spirits or oar troops before ' Vieksburg. A correspondent of The j A ./wi »*y. that u t. po.iibi. Oroerai. Oran, will make the caaal a Micceaa, aud eng gelte that Grand Quit, Port Oib.oa and other poialB b#tWL-. [i Vicksburg aad Fort Hudaan be 1J fortlfled. Oeu. Hurlburtat Mempbia bae Is- i n.l; «y*,*? °'-«r f roblbl1 '"« 'l" •'««'«I»" "t ' Th* Chtenpt IVmaiu hl« dlstict. ( ^»Uic 7 to 6 by obliqely into ber aa we came would inevitably compelled to partially was that at the Flu 0 T I 'I into tt;« On lug struck twelve times, and o pieces those guns was dismount» d only speak iu the highen t i , .c ,,.eone., . .. : , February 14, 1863. Persons applying for Advertised Letter* jeL. pieuse state that they have been advertise.'! and mention the date of the List. Sundays from 8 to 9 A. M.,au<i l/ST OF LETTERS. ■ Delaw Office open 6 to 7 P. M To Misure i by Carriers, persons Office Number, All Letters that taitied in the office, and not sent by the writer. ▲11 transient printed matter pre-puid. A business card a circular subjects tiie package to letter post prompt delivery ot Letters ding Letters requested to give the Street an i the location %hU old possible., uot pro-paid, will be ue directO ! always be unsealed euvelope o H Any transient mattet, like a olrcular, a hand with a periodical bill inclosed i paper sent to subscribers jects the whole package A. H. other persons, suh letter postage. . GRIMSHAW. P. M. I L A Alim Augdine Anderson Jno W Allen J Alexander Niuüfan Agnes Violet Armor William Lamplugb Susan Lorigan Francis Luby Edward Lofland Elias Lowe Josephine 2 Lawson John M Lungrecn John Locke M W LeatB Mr Lucas William Lächle 8 M M 1 MorrisSoa Charles M inker Daniel Munson Fri*0y McDowell Edward Moyer George G Henry inkert George Matriou John * «McCloskey Jos f Martin John Martin Joseph B Cbaa F Bra B r B. Brester Francis Bkusdale Hirntn F Balicnger Jos P Bryant John B Broadbent Selb 0 Campbell Sally B Cooling Stephen S Gathers Margaret tWy?r Mary George * Glburtney Ann Cockerill Anthony Conlon Bernard Chaniberliti Benjamiu MoKaig James K Cassedy A J Chambers Wm J McTurtle John McKee Mary H Maxwell Lewis May Wm L Mole William Miller Win H Coyle William Cleaden Wm H Draper Alexander Dudley Annie M Davis Anna R Duun Eiiia T Davi* Eli Dnu^beriy Hannah Derlckson John Delacour J E D -nker Joseph Dougneriy Auna Downey Mary Dolton R Dericksou Wm A Mrs N Newell Mrs S a Ü O Mealey Michael O'Donnell William O'Donovaa Margaret P Pierce Capt Jefse Pierce Mrs Jane Powers Mrs M E Pattea Philip D R Reddia Nehemiali Ridgway Jenaer/ Register J G / Rumford Isaafc B Reed Josiali Richter JojeHRj Bublaion E Rock Ann HÜ Ann . E Edgar Florence F Emmons Rev Henry Emmerson Moses Elliott Llndley Biigan Martlu ' Fisjer Carrie Fox John > Jobu G Frauds Joseph Fleming Patrick Forman Thés I Foi Simmons Gb Sommer Chi Smith John Schall John Stapp Josepl Selter J M Spencer Mr i Simmons Me Simmons Ma a Green Annie (col'd) Gordou Annie L Goodwin Ellen R Guthrie Patrick Gray Mr.-*. Thomaà S Spare Marga Go 9S Washington Springer Sal .. Smith Rober Hutchinson Lieut BA 4 Stoops Ruibi rierlow Bridgett Shipley Will Huhn Daniel Simpson Wil Hullmati Ellen Howell Eli«» Penny Cap Hunter Kate Toy Neal Hay«*s .Mury Tight man ' Henderson Lidia Tucker Will Hamilton Lidie Huey Mai y Hickman Nathaniel Hagerty Patrick Haim Rebecca Hutte Segrade Home* Th omas p. lleJrtim: A Howe Jennie S r Virt Charles Vennaman ] White Oeboi Weer Esthe-i Wllkioiou ä Woodward i Weer Henry Hesslebower Nillie V Wats Capt J J Wilback Jat Mrs Mary P Mary E J.-fierii Harriett T J*ilj()S Elisabeth 'Joues William R Thomas W Jubüiou Severn of Jo White Ida . Wilkisen James H Wier John N White Morris Weiden Roopel 2 Williamson Ward William West Wm H Welch WiouWord Job Jo B Kelleijer Cornelius . Krise Amos A Ke,» ■ G W Kirk John P Kennedy James Kiik Maggie A King Robert Yerger Henrly Yarnall Chaicey Yates' Miss. Annie Yerrington Hannah Z Zban H L à l£ J Ti cheapest flour and best Co tbis Gity, c mud.- .! at McLauph liu », No..515 Market Street, opposite tbe City Just :eceived, u ipleudid let of Irish tueal, at mington, Del. he bud McLaughlin'* 615 Market Street, Wil ««ff- cheap John eutirely rebuilt the interior of his store to give a larger display ot tiue goods for the ladies he has now the most delightful Spring Slock chcapegt in iefUHEAF JOHN has tbe greatest stock ot boot» aud Shoes of any other Store in Del , and sells them the cheapest. taF" CHEAP JOHN has largest aud cbee;* l lot ot Dry Goods of any other store in Del ™ ..i and tbe ' Ry« n *ftûe CJEHAR A. RODIVFY, (Snecewwr to H. O. BANNING) j%o. #04 Market Street, wu vixaiox 0JU .»flits lur..-lr.f«.»mHlBDWaar., 1J oouaiilie. In part of Bow. .nd Skip aelldief neu n.l; Houwkwpl«. UuJ.u.; v.ckulc.'T^ok, of tbe ^'^'^^Ir'euIu ua'blr^^.Vme ^»Uic »relavited to eiwite. Veb. 14. to «1 aware married. At; Chester, on tbe 16th of November, by Rev. Mr.'Urie, Ma. Wm. Laho to Mias Bittib Robinson, both of this city. Iu the city of Philadelphia, on the 3d inst., by the Rev. Wesley Kenny, Ma. Horatio N. Pedkick to Mist Huldah R. Evans both of tbis city. S. ty for WILMINGTON PRICK OURRKNT. 0Y OULIIKKT A BRCT1US February 14,180S. Flu IT M*7 4 -.0 VViin»l, t>er baehel l 70 0 ■ •5 Oh.msoed p«r >.uh T imothy See.i Flaiueed Barley. • T«T U t 7» X 6« l M J. THE Hutchinson Family , " TRIOR OF AIA.» ooNsnrrN» o# fit« members, LIMY €., FREDDY * LETT LEE DEREHTT, Will give ifcetr FTBET Oeeeert At Inatitate Hall, On SATURDAY Br.nlnc, Y.b, 14th, Feb. AMY, ARA B. Hie for4e, Wogtog tbebr eoagi of patriotism* FIIIDOM AN» "THE FLAG OF OCR ONION FOAKVBR." ADMISSION, • ■ aa «a«**. Children coder II year* 14 eeole. meeoe nt • «fofeck. Doer« open at Ceeeert to i HARDWARE! W He ihr*» faetfoe te aa he ef Me : Blackwood's Magazine AND Tilt: BRITISH REVIEWS, PRICES C II BAP AS B V E It, ^WITHSTANDING tlio Periodicals has more th IN ADVANC«. ot Reprinting tli«*t N the enormous rise in the p .fP •«tier publishers n prie« of t yêar 1883, old rates, via:— all other • xp increasiuK the utinue, for the th their publications, we si complete, as heretofi ■ 1. THK LONDON QUARTERLY (Conservative/ 2 . TUB EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig). 8. THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church). 4. THE WESTMINSTER RE VIEW (Liberal). 5. BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory). TERMS. Pei 83 00 foi Reviews, •fit Vor any two of the fo Tor auy three of the four Revi For all four of the Reviews, Vor Blackwood's Magazine, For Blackwood For Blackwood and I 7 00 ; 7 00 u Revi« For Blackwood and th s r 1" 00 fo K.V.UW-, For Blackwood a the >r o all be our pr of April. To thune who defer p tying it'll aft :ea will be lucreiied to euch exu of Reprint mar demand—there! »END IN VOUR ORDERS AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. LEONARD SCOTT & Co., Publishers. No 88 Walker Street, N. Y. 1 •. tha pri iu mcrua* Wa bUo I'ublith the FARMKR'h ÖUIDIÜ, ..to J. I*. »Vo. 1000 pagoi By Hinkt Btspubns. or KiliubiirKh nu'l Noeton, of Tale CoDee«. 2 vol». Royal Gei and: numaroui Rogravings. PRICK.— fi), for flie tw Fab. 14-lm. in... Uy SI.ill <7. l. JOHN illI2RKICK, CXTINSIVE MA CARRIAGES, COR. SECOND Ot FRENCH RTS., WILMINGTON, THE H.AWARK. nliriiuiip<l «les! to oil I ndo vivo nsaort F vehicloR of tin» imblo-tylMHtid o of tile Urgwt *3) to h l—fininh. Hail a d oldest MtAbllHhed COACH FACTORIES IN THE STATE Together with a iira-.ttoel experl«». twenty year«, purdimlii* all lih material wOASH.-M Hit tiy employed ÏÏSÏÏ? CARRIAGES, at prie«« w TION. ■ ' •• t all Um 1 ■ »Mention o otel, Cor. «Uli »iid .Harket St*., WILMINGTON, DßL. 'I'HE INDEIMIONEU WOOL!) IUC8 1 p*ctfully »un mue« to tliolr Irh-ud* mid th« public liikt they have pu ich of th» ludlnu Queen, that will \een I «I i iki • th« IL Tb»lr Table will hI . 1 Will ■ ii* very BEST THE AIAitKET A F D'OIIDS. Their Bar I« flll.-d with th hu)c««t Liquor«, W ■ nd Sogar«. At their St •ty of I ho I id P..IU« The' Proprietor'« e weatliiK on tb( Î their euy. •b. 1», 1803-ly. id« ik. loel I Diouie dur MILLKR & HARLAN. FURNITURE STORE! THK nul.xcrll tbe c eapectfully :iuity that ST., •UHNITUKK STORE, • * AT K where tb« id ki IIOVSEIIOLD ITIl.MTlfRIi, ry «nail I Kuruiti (bn uy ™ Particular rpiiois»TFiiii\u, ' Buch m the mukiuic up of O tra«aes, i«ylug of Oil Cloth«, Li - lt will be much to uv Furniture at No. 0 Kuat F «, Curtain« ami Mat ... bn b« >r to cell and «1 ««where. Ft ■fo 14,1868-tf. G ROUGH C. MACAN 4 0t>. Drug and Medicine Vore:, S. W. COR. FIFTH AND MARKET MTS., WILM1.MJ TON, del. Ä TUB undersigned hiding_U U Drug »nd Clioinicul St <r!ÇZn tlio Firth end Market Street«. W I, ni bee cumulate!} ren»vnto>l the, ^*C INK».together' 1 ■>\ of the DRUGS AND ty of article» to be found nuiy in t The utmost accur«cv wilt be -d* Pliyeiciena' Prescriptions, for fomily use. In all officinal préparât! Pharmacopoeia will be icrupuioii«iy lull pains will be taken to insure eatiafoction ui pprov ■ Vpn l fresh ; ■ I Medicine! uni. the f tlio U. 3. I reger Pharmaceutical DUcnverie« will be id auallty. All new epf o «upi-.y tbe Ntiflde ' Mr. England Intends rit, and rlv of Philadelphia, whero he hWs D the Drug busiue«i, given entire ronizeii him. ENGLAND. Apothecary. . daring hie experience •atiafaetlon to all wliu .14, IMS-1). L.C Repairing Cooper Work. 'IMIX eabeorlber will tepair > J. oa the moet liberal term* Bucket«, Tub«, Churn«, Ac., tbe «horteet notice, and And In fact all kind* of C«( e «t bi« «hup NO. «11 ORANGE HT11EKT, WILMINGTON. DKL. Feb. 14-lm. JOHN T. MOODY. Delaware House, NEW CASTLE, DEL. TUK ■ubirrlb« SRRS bü a fr hBml9 n HRiiiu taken 11. I. Hotel the Duln wly furnlehed op«« to re ud tlio publl rally. Hie table trill be supplied with for4e, aad hU bar with tbe tuo boa *t clinic* WI und Li He U determlued to spare wltlt a wbo fovur him a call. ». W. STRICKLAND, Proprietor New Outfe, Jen. 90, 1809.—3m. N. CUqUEL, OF PARI», FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TA1COU, ved to Pbilolelpbla, NO. Alf WALNUT STREET, HERE be will cerry on Tailoring lu nil it* various brauch ea. In the W . , ved milliner aud etylea. He alwaye keep« ou baud a fine aud well «élue iK-ra can «elect their Iu the ci*y of Wilmington fi ihr*» years, daring which time be ban given entire w faetfoe to ail who ever patronised ' te Philadelphia, be will be aa he wiU employ ef food« from which c Me baa carried on bvuiueai Oil • able to mit bit patron», bnt tbe ben workmen. * N. CUQUEL.