the deuth of Captai
and Watson First Regiment
.Many hearts'and homes
For the loved and'early slain,
Many a brave
On the gory battle plain.
Many sad heurts
But mingled with their griéf is pride,
FoMhe brave who now are sleeping,
For their country's flag they died.
Where the carnage hottest rage,
three leaders brave,
Where the foemen thickest fell,
There, three soldier found a grave.
Thre<* truer hearts than theirs ne'er beat,
se their lives they gave.
No nobler fate, could theirs have been,
Their country's union died to save.
Let Rickards, Leonard, Watson, be
Inscribed upon tbe scroll of fame ;
O, breathe a prayer for the gallant three,
Who gave their all to union's name.
Portemouth, V., October 17, 1862.
For the Delav
TH15 GOOD SON.
Many years''ago, in a city, whose name has
slipped my memory, there lived a widow,
with an only son. For some time she coatin
ued to support herwlf and her son, whom she
dfearly loved, by working early and late at tbe
spinning wheel. But after a while a heavy
misfortune fell upon her—she lost her eye sight
she was obliged to give up her spinniog.—
You can imagine her distress at belog deprived
suddenly from seeing all tbe beauties of Na
ture. But the worst of all was, she was out
off from earuiug a livelihood.
stout boy of twelve. He
auimation, aud was named Good Intent. Now
little Good Intent had a kind heart as well
a manly spirit, and when he saw bis mother
become blind, be said to himself.
" Now is my
^o he told his mother that he was going to
and that after three months he
home. But, first be
had grown up to ho a
lull of life and
(ich was of
you that 1 am Very particular, aTTI^Wi
must obey me in all tilings."
Of course Good Intent was only too anxious
accept the offer. He was quite 9ure that he
should be able to suit her.
Alter a while they came to the old woman's
cottage. It wa9 it
of these whs a kitchen, i
all the cooking was doue, another
ber, and the third, she told the boy, he might
have to sleep in.
Uarl y the next morning, tbe old woman came
to hia bedside aud shook him roughly.
" Up. up," she cried, "do you not se« that
the sun is up ? What is your name ?"
" Goud Intent," siiid he, rubbing hjs eyes.
that hereafter'you get up before
Dress yourself quickly, then I will
give you jour breakfast, and after that you
p and dtessed iu a rno
hetore him a bowl
d milk for his breakfast. After he
it fold where
Good Intent w
ment. The old woman
through she took hi
ten beautiful sheep.
ill be your
the great meadow, a nui
heue«, and watch them, taking great
stray away. Three times a day
ing, noou and night, you will drivai
spring and let them drink, aud
you may bring them biick.'^dW
fully in every respectif
meadow without dffiV
" These, said she,
will drive them
Prtbmid the great
y ; he watched the
, and at night-fall
The old woman counted
the abeep u.-rnTTiiding them all there,
content and gave tbe boy his stfpper.
passed on. Every day the old
- -&an became better satisfied with Good Iutent,
looking forward to the
who, on his part,
time when be should go home.
about driving tbe
usual, the old woman stopped him.
" They have growu quite fat," said.she, " so
I shall carry them to the city and Belt them.—
I shall be gone a week and leave you here to
of things. You will not have much
do, but there is
thing I mast waru you
open the door of the eloset, which is in your
chamber if you do you will repent it."
a woman, uud therefore
not, upon any account,
troubled with curiosity.
an departed, and he was left
Having nothing else to do be began to think
of home and hia mother. Then he began to
wonder how much bis mistress would give him
for his services, lie determined that he would
buy a nice
great many other things, for be
loved hh mother.
chair for hia mother, aud »
a boy who
On the fourth day after the old woraau'a de
parture, a stout
Good Intent give him permission, and also
before him some bread and milk. Tbe
tbe door and ask
heartily and iu the meantime contrived
draw out of the boy all the particulars of his
situation, and the old woman's prohibiting him
" I have
the door of tbe closet.
doubt," said be, "that it is there
wborn she keeps her mouey. If 1
place .1 woulcKlook and
" But, replied Good lnteut, " she told
"Never you mind that, you jest open it, she
; it would
will uever know it."
" But," said Good luteut firmly, " I bav«
promised, aud I never break « promis«."
, rising, " if you
I " Well then," said the
wont, ! wiil, for I am determined
contents of that closet."
But Good Intent sprang suddenly to the door,
placed his back against It and said :
" Never while I live."
" Pooh," was the contemptuous rfjdy, " what
is your strength against mine ? don't you know
that 1 could kill you ?"
" That may be," said Good Intent, firmly,
" but I will
" Are you quite determined that you will not
let me in ?" said the stranger.
The voice seemed altered, and on looking np
Good Intent beheld to his great surprise, that
it was the old woman who addressed him.
that was here a minute
" Where is the
ago ?" be exclaimed.
The old woman smiled and told him that she
waa a fairy and bad taken that disguise to teat
bia sincerity. She said ahe waa quite satisfied
with tbe result, and aa ahe had no further need
of hia services he might go home.
" But I owe you something for your past fi
delity. Wfaa: shall it be ? 1 leave it to your
choice. Wealth, happiness and long life ; I
will conter either of these upon you. Choose."
" And may I choose anything I like ?" said
Good Intent with sparkling eyes.
11 Yes," replied the fairy.
"Then I will choose that my mother be res
tored to sight."
" Yon have chosen well my child," said tbe
fairy, kindly, " it shall be as you say. And to
reward you for your affection to your mother,
I will freely bestow upon you the three gifts
which you did not choose. You riffiii be rich
aud your life shall be long and happy." '
Good Intent found bis mother fully restored
to sight. With the wealth which the fairy
bestowed upon him be built a neat cottage for
bis mother, who was long spared to him. Tbe
fairy's promise was verrified in every particu
(Correspondence of the Delaware Inquirer.]
Oamp Gilpin, Gloucester Point, Va.
Fourth Regiment Del., you».,
February lath, 1868.
Hues from tbe " Fourth Delaware," would
.-—Well knowing that a fe*
I have just seated oiyself to pen to
items that, perhape, will be iotereat
iug to your readers, of whom i
have relative* and frienda in
Our regiment, together with the 169th Pa.,
this point, and take
very severe duty,
the line is but a abort distance from camp,
d does not embrace many posts.
I suppose you have already been apprised of
Regiment of that very worthy
D. If., ara
at picket duty, which is
1 highly «stsomed personage, the Paymaster,
visited «s last week and paid ua up
t of October. Tbe amount was not great,
doubt that it will tend to
degree, the sufferings of the
t still I have
uilies ofmany brave volunteers, who
the. " sacred soil," far away from their
me?, which they have left to do battle for
it glorious Union and Oonstitution, which
.s given to
id knows, has been eorely neglected. We
pect to be paid again in March, when
II be paid in fall.
[ am happy to state that Lieut. S. R. Smith,
Co. I, has again rejoined us, having been ab
sickness, in one of tbe Alexandria Hospitals,
is a good officer and beloved by all, and bis
urn is hailed with joy by hia company.—
lumas D. Webb, Esq., father of Lieut. R. H.
kbb, of the
forefathers, bat which
account of a severe attack
company, is dowo hers
worthy Chaplain, Rev. Mr. Fries, dspart
for Delaware on yesterday morning, having
.-barge a large
distribute among tbe families of the voluu
rs throughout the whole State ; the
R sent quite a pile of greenbacks home —
fut. John S. Carson, Co. B., of Delaware Oily,
bis home at the
e. Gapt. A. J. Williams, Co. A. left for
Saturday last. He took
of money, which be it>
with him a great deal of money for distribu
^orporal Virtue is laboring under
typhoid fever. This is à mistake,
mer Virtu«, of Co. D ; but he has
it stated iu tbe Wilmington papers that
It is Drum
;|vered. Orderly Sergeant Joseph Giatts,
hue, has so far recover
. A few
. E., a fellow typo, who was
to be able to
s will riufifeo to enable him to
I the duties of hia office.
<)q Sunday last, Maj. General Keyes aud
stiff reviewed the forces ou this point, and
also inspected their arms, clothing die. He has
u g very good opinion of "us fellers." There
re'aliy some ladies present, who
with the household of Gen. K. and his
ngst whom I recogniied the daughter
of Dr. Htumor Jefferis, dentist of your city,
whose husband, formerly Dr. L. J. Howard, is
have been paid off the boys scarce
ly know what to de with their money, although
they are not very heavily laden with it. Penny
bluil and euchre, twenty-five cents a corner,
art the meanB which the boys have adopted to
gel rid of the hard-earned money, which they
long wished for.
I am obliged to my young friend, " Jim Bug"
for paBt favors, and hope they may continue.
Your paper is always welcomed in our camp,
it is the most tearless expositor of truth aud
corruption in the State of Delaware, if not in
the whole United States. We fondly hope that
you will continue in the way which you have
started, and belay the Delaware rebels right
with weapons of
and left, armed as y
trutb. As there is nothing
at tbe present time, I will
again let you hear from
(For th* Delaware Inquirer.]
Letter from th» 1st Del». Regiment.
Camp Falmouth, Va.,
Feb. 4th, 1863
Your paper occasionally makes its appear
idst, by some kind friend for
warding it to onr Oamp, and yon ma
sored It Is eagerly sought after, i
your last number, dated 24th, and uot finding
any correspondence iu it from the 1st Del.
Regiment, 1 will make a feeble effort, and
send you something iu the shape of a small
letter ; and uninteresting as it may be, it might,
perhaps, be a slight gratification to some ot
our Delaware triends to know of our where
I have uot been with tho regiment loug
the battle of Antiotam,
y rest as
17th of September. After I was wounded, 1
lay In a barn fer three days, and then I was
sent to Washington, to Mount Pleasant Hoa
Itel, where I received a furlough to go home,
was at home three months after my foot got
ordered to report to ray
regiment in Virginia, which 1 did, *°d
once more In front of the enemy. When
first I came in camp tbe boys all came running
if I bad any letters from
home for them. I then returned to compuuy
H, which ! belong to, aud found tbe boys all
in good health ; they greeted me with kind
! then unslung my knapsack to get
tired after walking five
received a cop of hot eoffue
and a bard tack ; ! ate and drank as if I had
not seen anything to eat or drink for a month,
found that I
the boys all collected around
news from home, I entertained them the best
I eould by telling them all about Wilmington
and their friends.
Gapt. Yardiy, of Comnaoy D, has made bis
appearance ip Qamp to-day, he has been in
Pblladelpbi* «ver since tbe battle of Antietam,
be was wounded in the foot, but now he is fit
for duty again ; be looke quite well. Our
camp is situated on a very fine bill, near Gen.
Freaoh's head-quarters ; it would be a nice
place it the mud would dry ap. We had a
very heavy eoow storm last week, It is
quite all gone yet.
Gapt f. B. Tanner, of Company H, has re
ceived a furlough to go home, by reason ot
surgeon's certificate of disability; we hope
better. I then
meet me to
some rest, for 1
a welcome soldier ;
w','h« l 'th« lh"'p h .ym.*'JwouW d com e S ,vSS
pay the men off, tor there is over six months i
pay coming to them, and their families iieed
it at borne.
I will now conclude by adding that the
health of our regiment, generally speaking, is
good. The principal complaints entered at
the Physician's office „
serious nature. And, $y the way I will aay,
if you want any mud in Delaware we
camp, tor it is
that lie will nonii be able
all of a
■pare a little out of
shoe top any where
side for the present, hoping
favored occasionally' with your interesting
may still be
For the Delaware Inquirer.
Falmouth, Va., Fbb. 1st, 1863.
Dear Sir I have received a letter from my
Morris Wilson, a proper
wife stating that
ty holder in WUraingtou, Del,, had ordered
her out of one of his houses, beoause she could
not pay the rent just then. I am a soldier in
the Second Delaware Regiment, and we do not
receive our pay once in four or five mouths,
and of oourse she caunot pay the rent every
enlisted I thought that the
citixena remaining home would look after
families/ but it seems not and they are 1..'.
tually starving, and not only that but driv
from their homes by Secession landlords.
You would oblige me very much if you would
publish this in your columns, and I still
main your obedient Servant,
The following interesting scene took place
in tbe Army of the Potomac, not long since.
A chaplain wanted a horse, and without much
ceremony took one belonging
farmer, but his possession of the properly v
very brief, as the following conversation
The chaplain rode into tbe presence of his
superiur officer, and
The chaplain says—"Down
Tbe officer remarked—"You had better lake
him back again."
The chaplain says—"Why, Jesus Christ,
asked where he got
owner, whereon to ride into Jerusalem."
The offictr replied—"You
Christ ; that il not
way to Jerusalem, and the sooner you reutore
that horse to bii owuer, the better it will be
for you." 1
i J oa
Diflokanct may work
a battle ; a few ink-dropa may co»t a nation
misery aud exbauatiou than a
'a virtues before his
Never speak of a
of his vices behind his back.
Adjourned Sheiifl*'* Sale.
I of a writ of Yendltionl Exponas to me dl
wlll be exposed to Public Sale, at the ho
_. U. P. Ballen, la the village of Odessa, in St. George*
Hundred, New Uastle County. Delaware, on TUESDAY,
the ITth day of February, 1863, at 1 o'clock, P. M., tho
tallowing describ 'd Real Estate, via:
. 1. A lot or parcel of land situate in the village o
Odessa. In St. Georges Hundred, In the county afore*a!d,
bounded as follows : Beginning at a point on Main street,
usr for land of Columbus Watkins ; thence with
sold Main street lu a northwesterly direction 120 feet to
a line of land of Jacob V. Na
data's land In a northeasterly direction
; thence with said Nau
; thence with said High street in a southeasterly
direction 120 feet to the line or land of Columbus Wat
kins, and thence with said Watkins' land in a southwest
erly direction 276 feet to the place of beginning, contain
ing 31,000 square feet, more or less, together with a two
story Brick dwelling house, store house, frame stable,
carriage house, and other oat building* thereon erected
No. 2. A Lot or Parcel ot Land situate In
mink Hundred, In tbe County aforesaid, bound
west and north by Appoquinlmlnk creek, on the
the south by the
to Smyrna, containing one
laud of Daniel Corbit,
road leading from Od
less, together with a frame grain
Seised and taken in execution a« the property of Lau
rence R. Davis, and
LKWiaSv? STIDHAM, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, Jan. 27th, 1893-jau 8l-2w.
|3 Y virtue ot a writ of Levari Facias to m «directed,
f) will be exposed to Publlo Sole,
Foster, Ut the city of Wilmington, New Castle County,
_od State of Delaware, on WEDNESDAY.the 18th day of
February, 1863,at 2 o'clock, P. M., the following described
e hotel of John
eal Estate, vis :
All that certsln lot or parce! of land eituated iu the
of Wilmington, New Oaetle County, Del., bounded
deect Ibed os follows, that if to say : Beginning on the
terly elds of Lombard street, at tha distance of twenty
five feet from the corner formed by the intersection of
tbe easterly side of Lombard street with the northerly
■Ida of McCaulley etreet, thence along the easterly side
of Lombard etreet north thirty-two degrees east thirty
four feet to the southorly side of a four feet wide alley,
thence »long said elds of said street or alley four feet wide
south fifty-eight degrees ea*t seventy four feet six
half inches to a corner, thence sonth thirty-two degree*
west thirty-four feet to the corner of a lot of >nd of Jo
■eph Hayes, thence with his line north fifty-eight degree*
west saventy-four feet six and a half inches to the easter
ly side of Lombard etreet to the place of beginning be
the contents within said bound* more er les*.
Seised and taken in execution os the property of Pwn
Vlneent and Harriet F., hie wife, and Marin BeJwii
and Mrs. Nichols, terre tenants, and to be sold by
LEWIS W. STIDHAM, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, New Castle, Jan. 27th, 1803.—jan31-2w.
B Y virtue ot a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me di
rected, will be exposed to Publlo Bale, at th* hoUl of
Levi W. Lattorane, at Towneend, in Appoqulnimluk lid.,
New Castle County, Delaware, on TUESDAY, the ITth
day of February, 1863, at 3 o'clock, P. M„ the following
described Real Estate, to wit :
No. 1. A piece or parcel of land situated, lying and be
ing in Appoquinlmlnk Hundred, Now Oaetle Couu ty, Del
aware, bounded north westwardly by land* of Benjamin
F. Blnns, westwardly aud south oastwardly by othar
lands laU of Enoch J. Fleming, deo'd., aud north
wardly by tbe publlo road leading from Floating**
lag to Smyrna, containing forty-one and thirty-three
hundredth* acre#, more or lese, with a two storied frame
dwelling house, stable, Ac., thereon erected, being lands
and premises assigned a* dower to Catharine Fleming,
widow of Enoch J. Fleming, deo'd.
No. 2. A lot or piece of land In Appoquinlmlnk IIuis
dred, Newcastle County, Delaware, bounded by Cedar
and Maple swamp of William F. Staats, and by swamp of
Alexander Deakyne, and by Cedar swamp late uf Enoch
J. Fleming, deceased, containing
and thirty-four perch#», more or les», being land» assigu
athorine Fleming, widow of Enoch J. Fleming, de
ed to C
th* property of Enoch
Seised and taken In execution
J. Fleming. doc#a*#d, and
Sheriff* Office, New Castle, Jan. 27tb,
rirtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponae to
ted, will be exposed to Public 8ale, at the h
W. Lettomus. at Townsend, in Appoouinimink lid.,
New Oaetle County, Delaware, on TUESDAY, the 17th
day of February, 1863, at 3 o'clock, P. M., the
described Real Estate, i is :
e right, title and Intereet in a tract of land *itu
in Appequiniiuink Hundred, New Castle Coanty. Del
aware, bounded and described os follows, to wit : Bounded
by lands of James B. Hall, and lands of Jams* Dougbten
and Edwar 1 Thomas and th* public road leading from
Fieldsborough, containing twenty
lese, with a frame house thereon erected.
I as the property of Jane
be »old by
. STIDHAM, Sheriff.
Seised and taken in
Loyed and Frieby Loyed, and
^»riff's Office, New Castle, Jan. 27th, 1863.—Jan
Y,virtue of a writ ol Venditioni Kxpoi
reeted, will be exposed to Public 8ale, at the hotel
ea A. Benson, at St. George* Station, in Peneader
Hundred, in New Castle County, Delaware, on FRIDAY,
tbe 20th day of February, A. D. 1863, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
th# following described Real neiam, io wh :
All the right, tltl# and intereet of th« defendant Henry
Clark, In and to a certaiu plantation or tract of laud with
a frame dwelling hone# and frame barn thereon erected
(now ooi'upled by George Clark) situate, lying and bring
in Pancaaer Hundred, New O ietle County, and State.of
Driawara, bounded by land* of William W. Stewart,
Matthew Kettlowood,-Hickey andothere, contain
ing 220 acres of land more or l#se.
Hrieqd and taken in execution
Clark, and to b# »old by
the property of Henry
LEWIS W. STIDHAM. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Offioe, New Castle, Jan. 2Tth, 1168.—Jan 31-*w.
T)Y virtu* of a writ of Levari Facias to me dim-ttn),
fl will be expoeed to Public Sale, at ths hotel ot Johu
Foster, Iu th* city of Wilmington, New Castle County,
Delaware, en WEDNESDAY, the 18th day of February,
1863, at 2 o'slook, P. M., ths following described Ural Es
jkll that eertrin lot, plat# or parcel of land (w
brick dwelling thereon erected)situate Iu the city of
miugtoi), New Oastls Oounty, bocu.led and described
follows, to wit : Beginning at the easterly side of Sj.r
street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, at tbe dis
tance of thirty-three feet six Inches from th« northerly
ride ef Sixth street, at ths middle of the division wall bo
th« adjoining brick house of Joseph St ring
then*# with sold Joseph string's line easterlypa rail ri
, eeventy-flvo feet to Lewis Ourlett's
Une, thence therewith northerly parallel with Spruce
feet alx Inches to a«take Iu line, thsnc*
westerly parallel with Sixth street seventy-five
tbe said side ol Sprue* strsst and thence therewith
southerly seventeen fset six inches to tho place of begtu,
nlng, containing thirteen hundred and twelve and a half
foot nf land, more or loss.
SsUed and taken lu axecqtlon aa the property or Fran
els VIncest and Harriet F., his wife, ana 1.1, s, and to bo
LEWIS W. 8T1DI1AM, Sheriff.
Castle, Jan. 27 th, ' M8.-l«a8l.*w.
d purest drugs, and sells af'Mode
psou'u New Brag Store 803 Market 8t., lo
Sheriff's Offise, :
W ~KUEP NOTHING
IM.KBÛS Tr . WBW U ÏU su-pinWim gfteu YTSI
t soriptions during both day and night, and nothing
»it the v#ry beet and purest drug* used at
THOMP Drugstore. InstltntttHjtildmg.
f lÄÜJC Now York and Philadelphia IfaShiou* roosivs*
A monthly at Mrs. Luff's, No. 10« Wsst Seventh street,
between Shipley and OBMg*.
' A HIGHI.V OOKOSNTRATW
▲ PURE TONIC.
Dr. 0. St. JAOKBON, PUlad'a, Pa.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Norvous Debility, Diseases of tbe
Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a
disordered Livor or Stomach,
tion, Inward Pllss,
Fnlnoss or Blood
use*, Heartburn,Disgust for Food,
Fnlnoss or Weight lu the Stomach, Soar
Eructations. SinkTngor Fluttering at the PU
of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Harried
and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering^ the Hsqft.Chok
Ing or Suffocating Sensations when in a lylagP
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sigh
ver and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of P
aplratiou, Yellownesa of the Skin and Eyes,
the Side, Baok, Cheet, Limbs,
Ac., Sadden Flushee of Heat, Burn
ing in tbe Fieeb, Constant
Imaginings of Evil,
and great De
And will positivsiy preveot Yellow Fsver, Bil
lions Fewer, *s.
NO ALCOHOL or BAD WHISKEY I
re the above diseases la alaety-aias <
-* a hnadred.
e and ucdveraa! popalarlty
, (purely vegetable,)
upnlons adventurers, have
ty tho flood-gates of Noe
whiskey, vilely compounded
Induced by the extensive
of Hoofland's German Bitte
ot ignorant Quacks and
opened upon suffering human
tram* In the shape of (
with lt\|urlo*s drags, and
Beware of the innumerable array of Alcoholic prepara
tions in plethoric bottles and big bslltsd ksgs, under ths
modest appellation of Bitters; which instead of curing,
only aggravate disease, and leave tbe disappointed snffer
Hoofland's Gorman Bitters !
ed article, bat have
of fifteen years trial by ths American pablte ; and
not rivalled by any '
their reputation and sale,
thousand* ef Letters from tbe
Testifying of their own personal knowledge, to the ben
eficial effects and medical virtues of those Bitters.
DO YOU WANT SOMETHING TO STRENGTHEN YOU!
WANT A GOOD APPETITE!
DO YOU WANT TO BUILD UP YOUR CONSTITUTION !
DO YOU WANT TO FEEL WELL!
DO YOU WANT TO
DO YOU WANT ENERGY!
DO YOU WANT TO SLEEP WELL!
DO YOU WANT A BRISK AND VIGOROUS FEELING!
RID OF NERVOUSNESS!
Hoomn'a Obenan Bittbbs.
If yon do, I
Ä«t>. J. Nt\*ton Brown, D. D., Kdi
oyolopotti* of Rtligiout KncuUdgi.
Although not disposed to favor or reeoramend Patent
Medicines in general, through distrust of their iugredl
*nd effects; I yet know of no sufficient reasons why
u may not tastily to the benefits he believes himself
to have received from any simple preparation, in the bops
that he may thus contribute to the benefit ot others.
I do this the more readily In regard to Hoofland's Ger
Bitters, prepared by Dr. 0. M. Jackson, of this city,
because I was prejudiced against them
under the Impression that they
Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests,
and for encouragement to try them, when suffering from
great and long continued debility. The use ef three bot
tlee of these Bitters, at the beginning or the present
relief, and restoration to a
qf tho En
Indebted to my friend Robert Shoemaker,
year, was followed by ejAden
degree of bodily aud mrotal
for six months befors, and 1
most despaired o4
uuinlnir. I therefore thank God and tuy friend for direct
lur nie to tbe **e -f tb-«. J. NBWTOK TtROWN.
Philad'a., June 23,1861.
There are many preparation* sold undsr ths name uf
tara, nut up In quart bottles, eompoundedof thecheap
■at wldsksv or common ram, costing from 20 to 40 cant*
per gallon, the taetedlsgalsedby Ante#or Coriander Seed.
This clue of Bitters ha* caused
"•••■ ,h '' s... th.* n.p.
and will eontlii
, hundreds to die
the Influence of
of the worst kind, the desire for Liquor
kept np, and the result Is all th# horrors
a drunkard's life and dsath.
For those who desire and will have a Liquor Bitters,
publish ths following receipt. Get on# bottle Hoofland'e
German Bitters and mix with three Quarts of Good Bran
dy or Whiskey, and the result will be a preparation that
will for excel In medicinal virtue* and
anv of the numerous Liquor Bitters in the market, aud
will cost much lee*. You will have all the virtues of
Hooflsud's Bitters In connection with a good article of
Liquor, at a much lees price thaa these Inferior prépara
AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
W. C.U th. ttLntloh ot .11 tojlM r.l«tloM or trl.nji
Iu the army toth# fact that " HOOFLAND 8 German Blt
_ »* w ||i cure uiue-tenthe of tbe diseases Induced by ex
poeuree and privation» Incident to camp life. In the lists,
published almost daily in the newspaper», on the arrival
of the aick.lt will be noticed that a very large proportion
are Buffering from debility. Every case of that kind
be r&odlly cured by Hootand'sGerman Bittere. Disease*
resulting from disorder# of the digestive organs are speed
ily removed. We have no he*ltation In stating that, If
the*e Bitter» were freely used among our •oldlere, bun
saved that otherwise
o the following r
eof due of
own language, " ha*
•d* of live* might
Wo call particular attention
and well authenticated c
, whose life, to
ed by the Bitter»
PmiADBLFMlA, August 23d, 1802.
Maori. Jonto & Fount :—
Bitter* hoe saved'my life. Vb'.r sie no
vouched for by numbers of my
. It ie
cf all the clrcamaUncei of
were fülly cognizant-... ,
, and have been for the laet four year», a member of
Sherman's celebrated battery, and under th# immediate
command of Captain R. B. Ayree. Through the exposure
attendant upon my ardnoua duties, I wo* attacked In No
vember last with Inflammation of the lungs, and waa for
seventy-two day» in the hospital. Thle woe followed by
great debility, heightened by an attack of dysentery. I
was then removed from the White House, and sent to
thi* city on board the Steamer " SUte of Maine," from
which I landed on the 28th of June. Sin
e could be and atilt re.
_ rk of vitality. For a week or more I
ly able to swallow anything, und if I did fori
down, it was Immediately thrown up again.
keep a gla** of water on my stomach.
Life conld not last under these circumstance» : aud, ac
cordingly, the physicians who had been working faith
fully, though unsuccessfully, to rescue
grasp of the dread Archer, frankly told m
So more for me, and advised me to see a clergyman, ami
to make eueh disposition of my limited funds ee best suit
ed me. An acquaintance who visited me »t the hospital,
Mr. Frederick Stelnbron, of Sixth bolow Arch Street, ad
wised me, as a forlorn hope, to try your Bitters, and kind
ly procured a bottle. From the time I commenced tak
ing them the gloomy shadow of death r
now, thank God for it, getting better.
o bottles, 1 have gained t
feel sanguine of being permitted to rejoin
daughter, from whom I have heard nothing
month*: for, gentlemen, I ara a loyal Virginian, from the
vicinity of Front Royal. To your invaluable Bitter* I
owe the certainty of life which has taken the place of
vague fear»—to your Bitter» will I owe tho glorious priv
ilege of again clasping to my boeom those who ar* dear
they could do
Though I have
pounds, and I
my wife and
e truth of the above state
Wo fully ooncnr i
hod despaired of seeing
JOHN OUDDLEBAOK, 1st New York Battery.
GEORGE A. ACKLEY, Co. C., llth Maine
LEWIS CHEVALIER, 92d New York.
I. E. 8PENOER, 1st Artillery. Battery F.
J. B. FASE WELL, Co. B. 3d Vermont.
HENRY B. JEROME, Co. B.
HENRY T. MACDONALD, Go. 0.
JOHN F. WARD, Co. », 6th Main#
HERMAN KOCH, Co. H.72d Nsw
NATHANIEL B. THOMAS, Co. F.
ANDREW J. KIMBALL, Co. A. 3d Verment.
JOHN JENKINS, Co. B. 106th Psnu.
BEWARE of COUNTERFEITS 1
See that the signature of " G. M. Jaoesom,"
tbe wrapper ot each bottle.
PRICK PKR BOTTLE Tl OKNTI.
OR HALF DOZ. FOR $4.00.
have tha artlele, do
id to as. aud ws
your nearest druggist
not b* pat off by any of the I n toxics 1 1
that may bs offered In Its place, but
will forward, securely packed, by expreee.
Principal OSoe and Manufactory,
1 1 1 sue
No. 631 Arch Street
JONES & EVANS,
(Sneeesson to 0. M. JvexeoN A Oo„)
4»- FOB SALK by Braaglsts *ud Dealers in every town
" wü " u '"*
Cavalry! Cavalry! Cavalry!
NOW OR NEVER TO AVOID THE DRAFT.
A RARE CHARGE VOR ABLE
BODIED YOUNG HER.
PAY AND RATIONS TO COMMRNCB
PAID ON ENLISTMENT.
HORSES, ARMS, Ac., FURNISHED.
OTA Recruiting Office will be opened In
Wilmington this day.
H. B. KNIGHT,
NSW CASTLE COUNTY, 1
Dm. 19th, 1802. ;
PON the application of Elisabeth D. Todd and Wil
H. Todd, Administrators of Eli Todd, late
the Oity of Wilmington, In said County deceased ; 11
OsnsBxn and directed by the Register that tha Admin
istrators aforesaid, give notice of the granting of Let
ters of AdminUtratlon upon the estate of the de
ceased with the date of granting thereof, by oanslng
I posted within forty days from tho
in six of the most public places of
rive tissa i
date of suck letters,
eonnty of Now Oastls, requiring all persons having
se made and provided.—
inserted within the
demands against the estate, to pr
the Aet of Assembly in such
period in the "DelawareInquirer," a newspaper publish
ed In Wilmington, and to bo continued therein two
under the hand and Seal of Office of the
Register aforesaid, at New Castle, in New Castle
County aforesaid, the day and yaar above written
PETER B. VANDBVBR, Register.
s against the estate of the de
dnly attested to the Ad
before the 19th day of December, 1863,
made and pro
All perso us haring claii
oeased must present tbe
or abide the
ef Assembly in inch
ELIZABETH D. TODD
**" Market Street.
Wilmington, Dec. 20-lni.
A O ARPKN TKIl'M OHE8T, with a Sett ot
GOOD TOOLS will be seid cheap by applying at the Iu
qnlrsc office. WILLIAM PRK8TON.
Office of Jay Cooke,
, SUBSCRIPTION AGENT,
Al Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers,
114 SOUTH THIRD BT.
PH1LADU.VBU, NOV. 1.1802.
mHI undersigned having been appointed Subscriptioi.
A Agent by the Secretary of the Treasury, Is now pre
pared to famish, at once, the
New Twenty Year 6 per cent. Bonds,
of thb United States, designated as "Five-Twenties," re
deemable at the pleasure of the Government, after hve
authorised by Act or Congress, approved Fob
sums of $31, 1100
s of $60, $100, $600,11000
.per annum will commence from
The COUPON B0ND8 are issued
Tho REGISTER BONDS in
Interest at Six per
date of purchase, and
PAYABLE l\ BOLD,
Semi-annually, which Is equal, at tbe present premiu
gold, to about Eight per cent, per
Farmers, Marchants, Mechanics, Capitalists, and all
who have any money to invost, should know
um that these Bonds are, In effect,# First Mortgage upon
all Railroads, Canals, Bank Stocks and Securities, and tho
Immense products ef all the Manufactures, Ac., Ac., in
the country; and that the full and ample provision made
r the payment ef the Interest and liquidation of princi
pal, by easterns Duties, Excise Stamps and Internal Rev
BEST, MOST AVAILABLE AND MOST POPULAR IN
VESTMENT IN THE MARKET.
Snbecriptlons received at PAR in Legal Tender Notes,
•r notes and checks of banks at par in Philadelphia.—
Subscribers by mall will rsceive prompt attention, and
every 'aciUty and explanation will bo afforded on appli
cation at this office.
A Rill supply of Bonds will be kept on hand for imm
ste delivery. JAY COOKE, Subscription Agent.
«3F» To save trouble to parties desirous of investing in
this popular loan, of sending to Philadelphia, I have ap
pointed R. R. ROBINSON k 00., corner of 4th aud Mar
St*., Wilmington, agents for the State of Delaware.
They will deliver the Bonds In any amount required with
eny charge for their se
. R. B. k Co., will cheerfully give any info
regard to the above loan. __
I N ooasequeoe* of tho Increased Expense« and Tax
Levied by the Government on Its production, the
Black Smiths and Horse Bhoers have raised tbe Priées as
For Plain Shoe« per Sett,
For Steel Toes per Sett,
For Removes per Sett,
William A. Wisdom,
Wolman k Sullivan.
Tenus of Oredlt, Three Months.
AND SPECTACLE STORE.
riTHB subscriber respeetfully inform* th* citiaene of
L Delaware that having rebuilt, enlarged and entirely
at the Old Stand,
NO. 30! MARKET STREET,
Wilmington, offers at Very Low Price*, a handsome stock
of goods, such as Is usually kept iu a first class
, Has -
keep a lar
, seùdslsfl «si
and elegantly varied
Aud finest quality PbATKD GOODS, and sold
uuly os made by the beat manufacturera, and warranted
SPECTACLES in Gold, Silver and Steel.
Iepartment ot Spue
lye a great variety
and all taste*.—
r and glaises fitted,
r with very weak
W# pay particular attention
' By# Glasses, keeping al»
ou hand to suit every grade of slgl
Spectacles Repaired In the l
Also, Eye protectors, tor tr
eight, or farming purpoees.
Diamonds and Pearl Ornamente i
Jobbing, Repairing and Engraving,
Of Jeweley, Silverware, Spectacles and any delloate arti
cles carefully attended to aud promptly do
r at very moderate rates.
The subscriber thankful for past fit
r* hope* to merit
repaired are pnr
i. If not ealled
Person* who have left articles
tlcalarly requested to call and get them,
for In 6 months after left, will be disposed of to pay
No.336 MARKET STREET, Wilmington,Del
Jea N b
Sale on the farm of the la
Christiana Hundred, on the road lead
On Tuesday, the 3d day of March,proximo,
The following Personal Property, viz :
. head of good WORK and DRIVING
- d MILCH COWS,
>f superior stock ; 4 Shouts; two
hickens ; 1 first rate Road Wagou
broad wheels and iron axles, nearly nei
Revolving Horse Rake, Plows, Harro
8cyth#s, 1 Grain Fan,Corn 8heile
Forks, Ac. A lot of Grain '
rate Churn, and Pa
Wheat in the ground.
tO- Sale to
TBRM8: All su
to he paid
WILL be *
ing from Campbell's Shops
HORSES, 7 head
to Forks, Hay
Milk Pans, u
otter Worker, 10 a
commence at 12 o*c
under $20, Cash,
note# bearing Intereet, with approved
THE subscriber being about t* decline
forming, will sell at Public Sale, on tbe farm
cli be now resides, in Brandywine Hd.
sDLwlthin about a half mile from Oliver Parry's
otel, outhe rood leading from Claymont to Oentrevül«,
l THURSDAY, the 6th of March, 1863, the following
K rsonal property, vis: 2 Work Horses, 2 Colts, 4 Milch
ws, 4 yearlings, 7 Shoata, 2 Carts, 1 Wagon. Ploughs,
Cultivators, double and single Harness, Corn Sheller.Kan
Hay Cutter, lot ot Plow Gears, 1 York Wagon, Churu,
and a large number of other articles not necessary to
I at 12 o'clock, M., when 1
I will be
THE subscriber wilt sell at Public Sole
SATURDAY, th* 7th day o
n 3d and 4th Sts.,
10 o'clock, A. M.,
IW|LI King Street, bet
* Wilmington, Del., his entire stock #f
fi^llMfile HOH8KS, CARRIAGEB,
SLEIGHS, HARNESS, Ac. Thsrs are three York
used; 1 Double Carriage; l
; 1 Jeun
go»?—one new, n
»sat Rockaway; 1 one-scat Rockau *y
Wagon; l Trotting Wagon : 2 Sleighs;
all the wagons, all new. Ho will also *<
SIX UOOD DRIVING IIOHSEfi,
Suitable for any purpose, doubl
saddle. Buffalo Rqbee, Horse
ingle, or under
Saddle* and Bel
took of a Llvsry
$30, a credit of i
I givsn ; approved security required. Ou
|W, fl ve per oant. will be dedusted for easl
WILLIAM W. BBNNETT,
dis*. Ac. In fact, tbe
D. Ï. RI0KARD8. Anctiou.'.'i.
Bchoouar of Light Draught,
Ou* Hundred Tons.
rrtd purchase a Bloop o
JL sarrying about Sixty
Coal Yard, tost
- .... »v_| (
. **fiffi* . - _ w t imHigvoo, Pri
üïïsXâs riïïüSBïïf' i
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
CHAHOE OF TIMi.
On and after SUNDAY, January. 18th, 1S63, Trains
Iva and dapart from Calvart Station, aa follow. :
Mall Through, 9JO A. M.
Express * • " 9.00 P.M.
Harrisburg Accommodation, Ways,
TRAINS SOUTHWARD ARRIVE:—
Mall .... Through, 10.16 P. M.
Exproaa . 7 JO A. M.
Harrlaburg Accommodation Way, |JO P. M.
Parkton Accommodation M J-00 A. M.
N. B.—Tlie Exproaa north will atop only at tho follow
ing atationa south of Harrisburg, via : Ooldsboro', York,
Hanoror Junction. Qlanrock, Shrewsbury, Parkton, Monk*
8 JO P. M.
4.00 P. M.
n and Cocke
The Mall 1
arrive and depart dally except
Sunday. The Express will arriva dalfy except Monday.
The Harrisburg Accommodation leaves dally except Bun
**&» only Train leaving on 8nndaya la tha Express, at
8.40 P. M.
Passengers for Way Points will take Harrleburg and
Parkton Accommodation trains.
Mail and Express trains make
Pennsylvania Central Railroad .. .
borg Cleveland, Oolnmbua, Cincinnati. Indianapolis,
Fort Wavue, Chicago, and all pointe In the Great West,
Elmira with the New York and Erie Railroad for
all points in Northern, Central and Western New York.
For further information, apply a1 j°j} T t)UBARRY
General Supt. Northern Central Railway.
KD. 8. YOUNG.
Gan. Freight and Passenger Agent.
... Heai Bill
Harrisburg for Pitts
THE PKNN8YLVANIA CHÂ
THE GREAT DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE.
The capacity of the road la
THE GREAT SHORT LINK TO THE WEST.
Faculties for tbe transportation of passengers I
from Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Loaf*, fl».
Tills, Memphis, New Orleans, and all other to*
the West, Northwest and Southweet,
■peed and comfort by any othar route. Sleeping and
THkVxPRESS RUN8 DAILY, Mail and Fast
Mall Train leaves Philadelphia at -
Through Express Train leaves Philadelphia
11-80 A. M.
10-40 P. M.
Harrisburg Accommodation leaves Philadel
West Chester passengers will take the t
J-16 and 8-46 A.M., 12 noou, aud 4 and »-45 i'.M.
Passengers for Bunbury, Williamsport, Elmira.
Niagara Falls, and Intermediate points, leaving Philadel
phia at 7-16 A.M. and 10-30 P.M., go directly through.
For further information, apply at the Passenger Station
S. E. corner of Eleventh and Market streets.
By this route freights of all description* cau be for
warded to and from any point on the Railroads of Ohio.
Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa or Missouri
by Railroad direct, or to any part on the navigable rivers
of the West by steamers from Pittsburg.
The ratos of freight te and from any point in tbe >V est
Pennsylvania Railroad are at all times as favora
ire chaiged by other Railroad Companies. March
and Shippers are intrusting the transportation of their
freight to this Company, can rely with conCden
2r 80 P. M.
4 00 P. M.
8-46 A. M.
12.80 P. M.
" No. I "
" No. 2 "
or shipping directions, apply to
For fr ight
or address the agents of the Company.
8. B. Kingston k Co., Philadelphia.
D. A. Stewart, Pittsburg.
Clarke k Co., Chicago.
Leech k Co., No. 1 Ait
street, N. Y.
Leech A Co-77 Washington street, Boston.
H. r .. * iooa.,80North
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
L. L. HOUPT,
Genoral Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
General Superintendent, Altoona.
House,or No. 1 South William
PENINSULAR BAILRO/LD LINE.
change; or hours.
On and after MONDAY, Jon. 6th, 1863, Trains for the ac
odatlen of Passengers will ran a* follows, until fur
PAsssnaers from Baltimore to Milford, Seafo
Isbary, vrai taJte evening train from Baltim
night at Wilmington. Passengers for Dover may leave
Baltimore at 1.10 P. M., aud proceed some evening.
E. Q. SEW ALL, Jr., Sup't. Del. tt. B.
sot I B
8 15 4 20
9 36 6 60
06 6 20
10 20 C 85
30 0 46
2.16 Leave Phlla.
2.40 Baltimore, 8 36 P.M.
3 16 New
8 66 St. Georges,
4 16 Mt. Pleasant,
4 40 Middletown,
6 06 Townsend,
4 66 Blackbird,
6 20 Smyrna,
11 00 7 15
11 10 7 26
11 16 7
U 30 7 46
11 40 8 00
6 00 Camden,
0 66 6 16 Canterbury
0 26 Felton,
7 20 0 40 Harrington,
e at Milford,
7 40 7 06 Leave Farmlngtoa
7 20 Greenwood,
. 8 10 7 30 BrldgevUU
8 26 7 45 Cannon'e,
8 36 7 66 Seaford,
8 66 8 20 Broad Creek,
916 8 46 Delmar,
10 60 lo 16 Williams' Siding
P.M. A.M. Arrivent Sallieb'y
12 56 3 60
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL
On and after MONDAY, January 6tb, 1863,
between Baltimore and Hxi p
Parkersburg, and ^
^Leave*Baltimore,*8.40 A. M. for all parts of th# West,
4.30 P. M. for Harper's Ferry.
n only (in both directions) will lie
_aud Accommodation Trains will connect et
Washington Junction and Baltimore, for Washington
and the Fast.
The KLLIOOTT'8 MILLS TRAIN loaves Baltimore at
6.20and 9.16 A. M., and 1.45 and 6.00 P.M., and Kllicott's
and 11.00 A. M.. and 3.16 and 6.20 P. M.
FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH:
LeavS*Baltimore at 4 JO, 8.06 and 10 A. M.. and 306
8.00 P.M. Leave Washington at 7.00, 8.00 and 11.16 A.
M., and 3.00 am! 6.00 P. M. On Sundays at 7.40 A. M-,
6 P. M. The 3d and 6th train* only from Baltimore,
_the secoud and fourth trains from Washington stop
at way points. 'The second and fourth trains from Balti
more and Washington connect with trains on th#
^Forfttrther Information, tickets of every kind, kc* ap
ply to J. T. ENGLAND, Agent, at Camden Station, or
the Ticket Office. ' . WM. P. SMITH,
Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE,
General Ticket Agent.
AT 7.00 A. M.
WEDNESDAY, October 1st,
ie Steamboat ARIEL, will ren
Leave Wilmington, at 7 amt., and Chester at 8.15 a.m.
" Philadelphia, Chesnut Stre t at 2.00 p. m.
Stopping at Hook and Cheater at about an hoar after the
time named each way. . , , ,,
Fare between Wilmington and Philadelphia 40 u
Return trip tickets 60 cent*.
Fare between Wilmington and Hook or Chester
Return trip tickets 30 cents.
Freight taken at usual low
their goods sent toChesuut Stre
p.in. toinsnre their coming dowu the
e day, and have receipts sent with each load of goods.
All goods not receipted for will be at the owners risk.—
Ip receipts can lie prooured at the offioe* at Wilmington
IV h !
Wilmington and West Che«
THE SlIBSmiBER WOIH.B
the pnblic that
HACK for their accommodation, which
Gibson, Fourth Street, near Market, Wilmingtou. Del.,
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND: 8ATURDAY, at
1.46 P. M., for West Chester. Pa., and intermediate places.
«9-Safe horses and carelul driver,
THE WILMINGTON INSTITUTE.
SCIENTIFIC LECTURES !
MR. T. CLARKSON TAYLOR
Natural Philosophy, or Physics.
Thursday, December 18th, at 8, P.M.
Iu the Scientific Lecture Room of the Wilmington In
These Lector«« will consist of familiar sxplanatl ms ol
the fondamental principles of Natural Philosophy, luclud
.. Gravitation, ft# laws and thslr application ; th* Pen
Oui«« and IU uss* ; Mechanics; Hydro-Mechanics; Pneu
matics aud Aoouitice. Each Lecture will be Illustrated
Tickets for th* courts for adu'ts,
do do mtmbtrs of school* and minor*,
Single tickets for odnlt«,
do do de minors under 15 years,
be obtained from the Librarian and at
Stores. Members of tbs Institut« not In arrears h
ted free. nov »24»
Henry P. Bsker, Justloe of th* Peace, Odessa, is bt* de
puty to attend to buslneee iu tbe lower part of tbs Coun
ty. AH persons having business with Uis Coroner
Deputy will find them at th« above uaaed [ilaces.
est, Wiliuiogtou. D*
T HE Coroner may
Bast Seventh Sti
his residence N •
R AN A WAT FROM THK SUBSCRIBER
au indentured apprentice to the farming bu-lneea,
fn August loot, named Carara* Fosloobb*. The publia
M ». 301 Bast Seven
Six Cento Reward.
( ll hereby notified not lo hurbor him or
#«unt. The above reward will be paid
hlm ou my
BT <H> RIGHT TO THE SPOT
STOP YOLK COUGH!
PÜRIFT YUUR BRJBATB J
Strengthen your Vein* 11
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURE!!!.
GOOD FOR PURLIO SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR singers;
GOOD FOR ooNsuuraaft.
ALOINfiPS THROAT GOWFRGTfON.4
Ladles are delighted
Children cry for
They relieve a Cough instantly.
They clear the Threat.
They give strength and
They impart a delicious aroma
They are delightful to tbe
vis!? m * de of herbs and cannot harm any one.
I ,*?'«sc evsry one who has a Congh or a Husk* Voice
or 4 Bad Breath, or any difflcnlty of the Throat to get a
package of my Throat Confections; they will relieve v
Instantly, and yon will agree with me that "they go right
to the spot." You will find them very useftil and pfea
whlle travelling or attending public meeting* fc-r
□g your Cough fr allaying yonr thirst. If you tty
iHckage, I am safe In saying that you will ever niter
s consider them indispensable. Yon will find them
the Druggists and Dealern in Medicines.
PRICK TWKNTY-FIVH CRNTV.
velum# to the
My signature la
A Package will be sent by
Thirty Cents. Address
••oh package. All ethe-s are
I, prepaid on reoelpt of
HBIYRY O. IPOULDIYO.
a Cedar Street, New York.
N^RYOVE HKAPAOiiK 1
BILIOUS HEADACHE I
Pills the periodic
Sick Uoodache may be prevented; and If
n at the commencement of an attack immediate i e
For Literary Men, Student*» Delicate Fern
persons oi eedenUry habite, they are valuable os a 1
five, improving the appetite, giving Une and vigor t<
digestive organ*, and restoring their natural elasticity and
strength to the whole system.
The CEPIÏALIO PILLS ars th# result ef long investi
and carefully conducted experiments, having be.m
many years, during which time they have preven
ted and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from
Ueadaohe, whether originating in the nervous
a deranged sUte of the etomaoh.
They are entirely vegetable In their composition, and
may be taken at all times with perfect safety, without
making any change of diet, and the abeenee of a«y dis
agreeable taste renders it easy to administer than to
pain and sickness will he obtained,
eldom fall in removlHg the Nan sea and Headeciie
gently npon the bowels—removing CostU *■
, and i.ll
«■.The genuine have Signatare* of
HENRY O. SPALDING,
bv Druggist* and all other dealen In Medicine*. A
will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the
PRICK »! CENTS.
All orders should be addressed te
HENRY C. SPALDING,
! ■ I
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
•3U A elngte bottle
Spalding's Prepared Glue,
t«n time« I
Spalding's Prepared Glue !
Spalding's Prepared Glue !
Spalding's Prepared Glue !
Save the Pieces I
ear a itttoh io ihn* **v
As Mridente will happen, sv«n
Use, it Is very desirable to have some cheap a»d
lent way for repairing Furnltnra, Toys, Ouaaker*, à
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, meets all »m*
n des, and no household oan afford to be wl
ways ready and up to the sticking point.
"U8KFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.'
N. B — A Biush oeooupoolea eoeb bot'l*.
Price 26 Centn.
««UBPAB STABET. If MW VORIC, 1
riCÂ« 1 !ÂÎ2uSî3'1»' > ''fâ,' i
! PARED GLUE. I would eouiloo all persona «*> esarofc ' ,
! fiefara purobasinsh and eeetbat the foil name j
BffiALDDfU S PBBPARBDBLUBr
J IseatiseeutsBfo wrapper—all ethers are swjnffilfoj^mn- J
•• HIGHLY CONCENTRATED"
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUQHV.
A Keltlve itii.I
^'bLADDE^ KIDNEYS, GRATE
TRIS Mediclue inersoses the
uoUm the ABSORBENTS lato healthy action, by whjtfi
the WATERY or OALCAREOU8 Depositions, wad ali
UNNATURAL-ENLARGEMENT! arc reduced, as wail
a* PAIN AND INFLAMMATION, and la good for Mai
Women or Child»*».
HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT BUCUU.
arising from Excaaoea, Habita «
pation, Early Indlacrotlon or Abuse,
ATTBNnan witm thb Kollowino Stmmomjj :
ludUboaitlou to Rxartlou.
Loaa of Memory,
Lose of Power,
Difficulty of Breath tog.
Pain In the Book,
Universal Lassitude of tbe Muscular System,
Hot flauds, Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions
Theas symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this medi
cine invariably removes, soon follows IMPOTENCY, FA
EPILEPTIC KITS, lu one of which the patlsot
Dituui4 of Vision,
of the Face.
not frequently followed by
say that they a
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION I
Many ar# aware of tho cause of tholr suffering,
BUT NONE WILL CONFESS.
THE KKOOKDri OK TUB INSANE ASYLUMS,
Aud the melancholy Deaths by Consumption, bear ample
wltueee to the truth of the assertion.
THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH OR
Require# the aid of Medicine to strengthen •ndjavlgorato
the System, which HELM BOLD'S EXTRACT UUCUO
Invariably doe*. A trial will ooavlncethe most akeptiewl.
OLD OR YOUNG. SINGLE, MARRIED, OR OONTMM
in many affections peculiar to Female*,
chu is unequalled by any other remedy,
Retention, Irregularity, Palnfulnea*, or Suppression X
Cuutomury Evacuations, Ulcerated or Scirrho u s H u QläL—
the Uterua, Leucorrfacsa or Whites, Sterility, and for all
plaint* incident to the *ex, whether oriaing fi
discretion, Habit* of Dissipation, or In the
DECLINE OK CHANGE OF LIFE.
8» HTMPTOMB ABOJl.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
mere BALSAM, MERCURY,
Medicine for unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
HKI*SKB01*D'N' extract buch*
At little Expeuse,
change in Diet, No Inconveuien
And no Exposure.
use* a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate,
Removing Obstructions, preventing and curing
m of the Urethra. Allaying Pain and Infiamma
frequent in tho class of diseases, and sxpelling
1 Poisonous, Diseased and worn out matter.
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS who have been the
ve paid heavy fees to be
In all their Stages,
victim* of Quacks, and
cured In a short time, have found they
and that the " POISON" has, by the
astringents," been dried np in the evstem, to break
In an aggravated form, and perhaps «titer Marriage.
USB HELHBOLD'I EXTRACT HUGH®
affections and diseases of the
originating and no matter of
Diseases of these organs require the old of a Diumtiq.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUOHU
rtaln to have the desired
Is ths Great Diuretic, and
Evidence of the
will accompany tbe medicines.
Certificates of Cures, from 8 to 20 years' standing, with
names known to science and fame.
PRICK fl Pia Bottlb, OR »IX FOR $»•
any address, seoarely packed from any
all diseases lor which It
reliable and responsible character
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H. T. HtLMBOLD, who/being duly
sworn, doth say, his preparations contain no narootu, ne
mercury, or other injurious drugs.^but^'
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of No
vember, 1864. W. P. HIBBERD, Alderman,
Ninth St., above Rooe. Phfla.
Address letters fer Information, in
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 104 South Tenth St., below Chesnut.
v Philadelphia, Pa.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEIT AND
Who endeavor to dispose --or thbi* own" and •oma''
Holes on the reputation attained by
Halm bold's Gsnnlno Préparations,
do Extract Buchu,
•e». do do Improved
Sold by l. HcTWALL, No. 124 - - „ „ „ i-i. ny -
HURST k Co., Corner of Sixth and Market 8te_ GRIM.
SHAW k CO., 609 Market Bt., H. R. BRINGIiURST, 8IF
Market Bt., A. WALTCN, 236 Market Street, GEO. D.
THOMSON, Market Bt., near the Brandywine, and alt
Druggists everywhers, Ask for Helmbold's. T
othar. Ont ont tha advertieemant and sand ft>r
avold Impoaition and axoesnr^_
A Farm at Private Sale.
nt County, Delaware,
er, laying broadside to the
Private Sale his
two miles above Dov
e Railroad, where lime can be
the form. Th
of cleared land,
young timber. This land 1* mostly newly
, and has been limed over twloe. It is suscepti
ble of improvement, and yields good trope.
There is a SMALL ORCHARD now in bearing, of Peach,
Apple and other fruit*, with the addition of 1800 Peaoh
unt in March, 1801, which look quite thrift- -
_ _ _»lde are watered by running «treu
a county rood running through this farm.
a frame HOUSE 30 by lfl foot
me on the lower floor, and four
floor; with a kitchen on the eld# 30 by 11
rv and two rooms on the first floor, and
30 feet; a carriage
House and H
is an excellent
have possession at
are about 90 oc
■ Ü I
with an ontry a
J a Corn Crib aud
house 14 by 24,
House, all nearly now.
pump of water. The purchaser
any time, if required, and oan buy all thestock and form
ing implements, if so desiring. For further information,
apply to D. T. RICKÀU8. Real Estate Agent, 224 Mar
ket etreet, Wilmington, Del., or Robert W. Loud,
of the premise*.
Also, 100 to 16,000 acre* of other land, differently la
the State of Delaware, of all sices and prices,
He feels confident
to purchase a farm
th# Diamond *But#. If they will
D. T. RICKARD!.
give him a call.
Valuable Real Estate at
£. THE undersigned will sell at private eale hia
7!| snug dwelling eltuatedon Second St.,near French.
roe «tory brick, having a front of 16 foot
tiding back 18 f#et, with a aide yard of 20
lontT Also an excellent and valuable building lot having
a front of 18 feet on French street, and extending back
tbe depth of 62 feet on Third street. On the lot at present
ta an old frame building. This property will besold a bar
gain If application be made soon
It is a
** ' East Second Bt.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A LARGE 3-8TOR1ED
suitable tor a Mo
tton, Woollen or . t
ig la eituated at the corner of Fonrth
te, ie sixty feet long by twen
ty-four wide. It ale., ha* a largo lot adjoining, wnfoh
can be pnrehoeedor ronted in connection with the build
ing. The building Is new. To tboee wishing to commença
any kind of bnsine** that will require a Urge building
this U a rare opportunity. For particular* apply to JA8
STROUD, No. 420 west Second street, or of WILLIAM
BRIGHT, 11th St., betwoen Market and Orange. dec28
n I ■ mn
A SNUG LITTLE FARM, --
andywine Hundred, on the Oonoord Tjfcrn
abuut 4 miles from Wilmington, containing
SO ACRES OF LAND
Two'Stone Dwellings aud all the nSCeseary
all in good
ml In Bi
• mi eiou, called Indian Mound, wilh
_richly ornamented Grounds, w
^BlilLacree of superior land A variety of Fruit end
Grapee; three miles from Wilmington, Del.. and ene qu»i>
ter ofamile from station at Newport, on Baltimore Rail
road. Inquirer of Wm. Huey, on It, or Dr. John Huey.
Marshall St., Philadelphia.
ANY person having a small house for sale, low
• hi mr cash, may find a purchaser by addrtMsiag a
I ill nrts to Even, No. 109 West St., near Front,
IjlLl ng location, a nd the lowest price. Ac. JanlO-fo
' THE THREE STORY DWELr
use. No. 608, Waehlngton »trerfo WU»
Horme* and Carriages to
THE Subscriber takes this
occasion to announce tc
public that he has taken
uierly occupied by Philip Matthews, King
Street below Fourth, adjoining the Odd
Fellows Hal), wbete THE BEST OF
VEHICLES will be kept for Hir*. The
and vicinity may rest asuorsd
meure sale aud reliable animals
ns of Wllniin
, J"ÎK •har« t-l ths publlo patronage
j vpectfolly solicited. Horae* «*keu ou Uv*ry •
' ST.l r.tw wb.n th.j win Iw uk.n ut. jt br «,«*•
superintended by the undenfoned.
^ william w. bsnnktt
^ UI VLJtV STABLE*
THE subscriber takes this method of
ds and the public gen
Ä». informing bis tri
u, fmh,»b.r» b.wiukwp
' , well known in.this city, usan old
j slnesa. ai d well ooomdnted with U>* wants «I «a pu
No v. I6-4t. __ _ _
BARRELSOFLEAF LARDON HAND
ffitmfo b, WALTON A MoMANUS.
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