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,t,.l <*'<«' \l',i Kl VU TON* Del., Doc*. 21.1876. uiiM'k «luotatioii* furnished hy K. moi A ' ° - N. K. ('or. 4tli und Mar F'"' Wilmington, Del., ut 1 1». M. U> t (fix ip 11S e 118 1 io », 112 ;,' Lvw.j 11.1 J t, Can I« 11 ■ If. I 110X P«» ' Ml .- V'Vs't. 4 "Si a il HOT X T i Ö N S. 38 Hid. A skint .107;, 107 10 S 10* no I till" 21 0;« «X [u'lllilisil • ß l'acili«*. . r>o * so% • 22 % 22 % ■ 4I»X 49% ■ -1% 46 h ?, viilVcy.'. ill Navigation. (jerk. . .. • • a l Transpoi talion . A Elle . LOUAI. STOCK H. pany. »X n 10 . II . 96 ijlnglnn Uoal ( ins C Mtml Hank of Dctawure « Sal ion a I Bunk. j National Bunk. aors' Bunk. mal Bank Wil. and Brandy wine. .63^' ^■arc State Bonds. 106 Kington City Loans. aCaHtlH'nunty. ffarc Kuilrouil, first Mortgage... rffunlUdlduiul.extensloii. fa. ami Beading, first Mortgage.. W1 LM INUTON M A It K KTH. MX 43 i .i .. 44 10 I 10 04 101 . ;jo Wilmington, Del. Doc. 21. 1*7«. E allons lit the Brandywine Mills Tor urn! < ira In—Corrected Dully. Ily FI«» n Flour xtHih 1 FI *.H00a 9.71 610a 7 21 A 80a 6 71 1 40a 1 90 .. 12c. PHIL \ DELPHI A MARKETS. Wednesday, di k There Is more doing und price* . |n>r barrel higher. Hales of 2000 bur - inrlinlln« Pennsylvania extra, at $9 miicsolu extra family, medium and ,l*i. 'jo a 6 29; do. do. do., choice, at t» 6 - do. do., fancy $6 62 g a 6 «7#; «lo. do. try fill'll grade, at S»; Market Street ai -«; a $6 25; Pennsylvania do. do. er?«*; «I«*. «I«), do., fancy, at Rye Flour sell* at $4 37 .«4 )ec. 20 , 1 p. m. 1 ! offerings of Hare light, but sufficient to meet the «1 ileinati«l. Uriel's are firmer, <jn a«* airelty. Sales of 6000 bushels 61 :i7 a 1 40; do. amber do. at 61 42 a 1 41 •«|iiotc<t at 77 a 78c., and at fir., to. b.. In large lots. Corn—Kale* .OWtU'lu'Is Southern and Pennsylvania UW»» de.; Western «lo. utile.; South hile, at 14 a , iitlSe., and 9Ke. f. o. Oats meet UN. The receipt* 10 ! if* uyvsiiila nil I., 1 4.!;an«l Sou the *w do.. h. m : -ail. in tin» earner at lili'tnand at better figures. Illinois > , Iniliana mixed ut 81 a 31c., and »ylvan I a at :js a 40c. bisk v. Iio bbla. «»f Western iron : 92 qc. at 61 12 pergullon. nrH'tAh MOTIVES. HE CREaT DISCOVERY ! Ir. KI S K I.K'S UllTEU win E OJ!' V for the euro of weak stomach, genc ! ability, IndlgcNtlon, disease of the ncr •m, constipation, acidity of the frurli.aiul all cases requiring a tonic, --»in«* includes the most agreeable and possess : Citrate Hgn.'tic ( ixlde, eomblinxl with the most fSic «I vegetable tonics—Yellow Peru wilt of iron ['Bark. »effect in ninny eases of debility, loss WIl«*.and general prostration, of «•ut wilt of iron 001111 ) 1111 x 1 with our val kNom*. is most happy. It augments ulsesthe puls«*, takes off :es the pallor of de tlorid vigor to the coun wifrves p, YM 'rant something to strengthen '• '"V>u wuutuffood appetite? Do you ttolmlld Up yonr «.'onsiltution ? Do you l!of'« l well ? Do you want to get ri«l us ness ? Do you want energy ? Do 1 to sleep well ? Do you want, brisk feelings? If you do, try tbor - Wine of iUruly valuable tonic has been U toil'd by all classes of the c -'..it ii is now deemed indispeiiNubleas ' miiilclne. It costs hut little, purl |, * < MimhI and gives tone to the stomach, the system and prolongs life. usk a trial of Ibis valuable • 61 per bottle. K. F. KIIN Proprietor, Plilladelplila, Pa. irilruggist for Kunkel'* Bitter Wii >■ ami lake • >. All others k<*. «Id ly •ounterfelt, s •' 1 ! Ilieill. Tape Wo. in table ' n*mov«*«l with purely ' V i »assing fr r*•■*• cniii the head pass«\s. i C' Ä ;atii'nlstrettt<Ml. Dr. E. F. Kunkel, t ; .Wili Ninth St.,, lillmlelpliia. A«l . Pin ami Htomach Wor "\ «hI. Ask your druggist for Kun ''rice 61 p«*r l»ottle. novlddwl tin; system ali Si* Sv HUl*. rtr.ii-fnlar. '*• MiriM ulmiN Cure far Corn» -'(lull remedy of great popularity for •fiugi'orns wiibout pain. K. BRINGHURST & CO., Apotlie«*arles. Market Sts. ;r Sixth and Mn« Noll Nrlnont »»'ui straight, Nail Brushes, Hand ^ Nail Files, Nall Brushes, etc., for ')' E. BRINGHURST A CO., Corner Sixth und Market Sts. For til« Batik. : Hi nslies,Bath Towels,Bath Sponges, W}|Soaps in «'xtensive variety. A iso )J»Iov«*»s, Straps, Brushes, Ac.,of horse • lr \ Friction Gloves, und many other k, ')f tlit* same classes. E. BRINGHURST A CO.. « 'orner Sixth ami Market Sts. ! I Robert Mutton, pnber and Gas Fitter, h". i-j 10 . ..ui 'all kinds of work In his line in the fanner and at tho lowest figures, ikfully received PMIiiu pwl to. iptly ml pn La m i»s of different kind* k«*pt sale very cheap. Niionable Furniture. J. N- HAHMAN, r 112 Ming Street, i Wilmington, dkl. «Wore •peetlully Infori Wilmington, and the Hur ling country that wo continue hand the eiti ■f 1 " manufacture ami keep o id long eNtablislKHl • "* «d lu re of ev<;ry variety listing of Mahogany, Ros«;wood mil Furniture suitable for iiurlor, 1.1 S of 1 1 «i ^'iil •m and ehamlxT Vü 'puent of Furniture is largeraml ,rtr "d than eun he found In Di-law uiit(Ml H ^°ld at our establlHhment «•Hi 'presented. tiis'hi" , uds°i tlio most fasliionalde jtn ',1 ua, u; >o onler and kept «'onstantly it|y " *' also liinnufacture and c fiirge assortment of Spring »ml Husk Mattresses. JtÄ . J. Æ J. N. HARMAN, 09 King street, Wilmington. 1 s G OI.DENPERIODICA L U: uïest and safest remedy 8 !D dolic.ito beniti:. w l mo M ■; FIRST EDITION! Paint and Putty. i j I HOW THESE ARTICLES MANUFACTURED IN WILMINGTON. AltK AN EXTENSIVE HfMINESH ENTERPRISE— V "nit adkoiid'h PAINT STORK." UAM HKCOMR AN IMMENSE KSTATILISH MENT. of our citizens has failed to notice and admire from time to time, the impos ing four story structure, Nos.fi aud H East Third street, known as "i trad ford's Building," where Mr. .lames Bradford conduct* an extensive business in the manufacture, sale and working of paint and putty. In ordinary mentiou, and from force of long-continued habit, this establishment is commonly alluded to as "Bradford's paiut store, but a brief glance at its Ui - mensions will readily show that it has far outgrown the limits of a "store," and is now ranked among the leading estab lishments of our city. The building is large and commodious, and is every department ample facilities are provided for the transaction ot the extensive business of the house. Fe TIIK FIRST FLOOR is the wholesale and retail salesroom, where paints, putty, glass, oils, and doz ens of other articles connected with the business, are disposed of, in large and small quantities, to the buying public. Back of the salesroom is th* business of fice. On THE SECOND FLOOR is the g buss room, whore glass of variqu* sizes, is stored away, in boxes, in largo quantities. Adjoining tin* glass room is the paint room, where all kinds of plain and fauy paintingis performed and house painting arranged for. The foreman of the paint room is Mr. Wesley B. Hick man, and Mr. JohnStradley executes the fancy sign writing andornomenta! paint ing. About 10,000small paint cans are als«» stored in one part of tills THE THIRD FLOOR is fitted up for society roms, and is at present occupied by the Jefferson Club. THE FOURTH FLOOR . room. room for glazed sash, is used us a st ladders, and other articles. There are over 5000 feet of ladders, used for house painting, stored in this r will shortly be added. . mul more TIIK BASEMENT. The cellar occupied by Mr. Bradford is not confined to the lower portion of the building, hut is connected with the base mt of the new market house, adjoining and forms, altogether, a complete cellar. extensive than that connected with any other establishment in the city. This cellar is a vast store room, where kept, in large quantities, the numer ous articles used in tho business of the establishment. Immediately under the main building, the cellar is occupied by paints and ofla ready for retailing, rosin, glue, white and red lead, empty kegs, and several tons of colors. , , In other parts of the cellar are stored 5000 gallons of raw and boiled linseed oil, forty tons of dry white lead,twenty tons of whiting, five tons of dry white zinc, two tons of dry umbra, and about 1000 gallons of varnish. At the south east corner of this exten sive cellar, is a small room, where the far more MANUFACTURE OF l'AINT AND PUTTY is condueteil. In this room are one putty mixer, one stone mill for grinding white lead, and one stone mill and several iron mills for grinding colors. The machines are driven by one 25 horse power engine capacity of five tons of paints ami one ton ot putty per «lay. The putty is put up in cans containing from 12i to 100pounds, and in kegs aud barr. Is. The nuperintendcut of this department is Mr. James Downey, who lias had an experi ence of twenty years in grinding paints. These works produce pure white lead, second quality, which is divided into two 'nominated Kent and Sussex. addition to vith steam, nearly 1000 feet of pipe levator connects the base and have brands Th«; entire establishment,! other conveniences,is heated rliich purp« aroused. An e ment with the other Boors. 1 is usi:i rilKIt STORE HOL'i hetw«*«*ii on Spring Alley Walnut, streets. H«;r re Is of,plaster, KM) b of glue, eight tons of roof paint, o, 1 i t«>us of English V«*netian red, .i ton of logwood, four tons of <lry paints, a lot. of building sand, and a quail tity of empty barrels. Adjoining is the stable, in front of which is a small t story brick house, occupied by the driver. The above is a brief deweription ot tins enterprising establishment, which has no superiors and a few equals in this county. Less than two score otjyearshaye elapsed since it was started, ami its rapid increase and development speak we for the ability ami onergy of its proprie tor, ami for the business^cliaracter of our enterprising city. 1 * stored 200 har ls of «;«;mi;nt, one an 1 poe ill The Itotnbau HoukR-R Arrunyemonta f< tr a Couaolidati be under way. nd to The Smyrna Timca says: The Bombay Hook Railroad again comes to the front. Col. Bingham, Gould's agent, has been down, with Mr. Gerker, lessee of the Kent County Boa«i, ami tho object of th«; tobe t«» perfect ar solidation of the visit is linderst 1 augments for the c New Jersey Southern. Vimdaml, 1 Bom k ami Kent County under one •lit < hay 11 manage slimmer t«j N«^ » who knows the drift of the matter. A temporary arrangement was efie«:te«l with Senator Bayard about the Whorten hy land «lamages at Clayt Bayard is to Husp«:ml 1 one year, or until such ti tor consolidation can he tho Spring, wlie justed. and operate the line next, •w York. So we ar«; tol«i hy Mr. VI7/ •dings for the plans •arrieil out in the elai is Tick Shortest Days. —Yesterday and to-day being th«* shortest «lays iu the year begin to lengthen (in dien they will begin to <ie crease again. Tlio actual length of the shortest «lavs, from tin; time the sun rises uutil it sets, is 8 hours and 57 minutes, both «lavs being alike in length. The «lay's length increases slowly, as the sun comes in virw on •January 21 but one inimité earlier ami sinks beneath our sight :'4 minutes later; making the dif ference only 35 minutes for a month. Th<; length of the longest day is exactly 13 hours. Four days in June are of the same length t«> tl\e very minute. rill till' iliiys til .lull«. 21, «i Kit Witch Wheel*.—T he The W wheels of llm Water Witch Engine, which wen; built by the members of the company, an* now nearly completed, ami be put in service on Saturday. Tin y are strong anil substantial,an«l hav«* been neatly Ornamente« lby Mr. Lewis Siuwiqof the Washington. Ml ill L mo Caution — A gentleman yesterday fi ft ir for a few minutes and mi be found that some a P. W. & B. c when lie return thief had «'arrieil «»fia handsome uinbrcl ,'hich he had left this la ami a valise seat. Travel«*» should lie ear« lui i expect. Htruv WiiilW. l*onn Loin Association moots this rv '* nln fr The City Council will moot in regular session to-night. ■ Prof. S. .1. Willey lecture mi "Oxygen," to-night, at the boy's night school, Eighth i and Wollaston streets. I The boys get severely tumbled, occa- ! sionally, while coasting, and several nar-1 row escapes from serious accident ha.c occurred. ° I The committee to distribute coal among the poor will be appointed, by President Lichtenstein at the meeting of City Co» eil, this evening. The regular anniversary of the ßrown iug Literary Society of the Wesleyan Female Seminary will he held in the C ollege Oratory, this evening. Ar the Police Court.— At the 10 o clock hearing at police court, this morn ing, Dennis Maguire and James Hannan, were held in $200 hail to keep the; peace, for trespassing in the yard of Teas' ma chine shops, on East Fourth street, lte low the railroad. Maguire was also held in $200 bail for a further hearing on a ehajge of breaking into the office of James P. Hayes' Spring works, Water street below Poplar, Thanksgiving Day. The Loans Last Nicht.— T he sales at the meeting of the Loan Associations, bust night were as follows: Aid $000 at d per ccnt.pleraiuin. Cen tral, 08th monthly meeting, $000 at 28, $1308 at 251, »»d $000 at 2J. Germania, No. 2, 47 monthly meeting $200 at 25, $1000 at 24?. $1000 at 24, and $1000 at 20. Sled Captured.— In spite ot repeat ed warnings, # two boys persisted this morning, in sledding on Fourth street, between Washington and Madison. Offi cer Meeham attempted to catch them the down trip, but they abandoned their slad and ran. The sled was captured and taken to the police station. Heavy Freight. —On Tuesday, en gine No. 20 from the P. W. <& 11. track ; to Chester to assist engine No. of the P. R. R. She was two hours and fifteen minutes in running from (»rays Ferry to Chester, and the freight was so heavy that it was with great difficulty they could move It. Lecture. —At No. 1 school, yesterday afternoon. Prof \V. McCaulley Jefleris .of Delaware College, delivered a lecture on "Mathematics,"before the Teachers' In stitute. There was a large attendance of teachers and others, and the lecture proved interesting anti instructive to all. 10 52 Caucus. —It is said that the Republi can members of Council hold a caucus, last night, on the ordinance regulating the salaries 01 city officials, and agreed, among other items, to make a reduction in the salaries of the police. The avenues leading to an early grave cough nirod and ; often been opened by a . Thousands have been < ed hy Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. cold MARRIED. N KWT< »N— CANDIDU 8 .—At the 3rd Pres hyterlan Church, Phil., Dec. 13th, by the Rev. Dr. Allen, Win. II. Newton, of Delà ware, to Ella Virginia Candidus of Phllu dolphin. Del. anu Balt , paper please copy. COLE. T K CABINET SHIRT! noed of. will «I«) Gentle f«'«*t fitting Shirt. ; «)f< well-made, per *11 to call and Cabinet Shirts. Wo have gnat many, ami have given f versai satisfaction. 1 * 0 jMtlsu* Pri<*<s Wo have also Undershirts. Drawers, Col lars. Cuffs. Hosiery. Neckwear. Suspend ant I a full ers. ail kinds of GI« «•lit of Men's Furnishing Goods, ■ guarantee to I»«* I« ■hieb at prices as can lie fourni «dsewhcr«'. W. 15. COLE, Cheap Men's Furnishing Store. 202 Market Street. de«' 21 wly t Do not Fail to Visit THE GREAT TOY Ï OK ADAMS & BRO •* CSOO Market tSt. 1 IJuy an«l sell Stocks, tt i 2 P Bonds and Gold inN. Heald & L)0t f York,l'hila,Baltimore land loi'ul markets. HANKERS AND BROKERS. Clayton House Building. Entrance Street. WANTED. 61 000 l'hila.. Wil. & Balto. It. H. C 20 Share* lh'lawaro b ire D>8. ( «». Stock. .ü, Bond*. OHN P- R. POLK, A 7 'I0RNEY-A 1-LA If, INo. HilO !>1 ootial&wiy tTa i' K C a m 11 M KUKS—Diroct Irom ♦j,,. in' ,,nrU-i', a full lino of Black Gash mcrcH at iMfi«, S 1.0(1, Sl.fl«, «1.25, #1.37K, These dfslrilhlc fubriek are at lower orloea Uian we huveofrered for years, and Ï" recommend them for color anddurobil fourth uud Market Sis. j Uet fetroet, Wilmington, Del. a tty FOR SALE AXV RENT. ,M)R RENT.- A Fur luiul, with lie Hare's »>> Will <l ' 11 a'a.l „ t' K would work very ÿj!M __ •res of good •res of strawlierrlcN, 'orner road, about 2 q r 'sslon give if 79 miles ant. a poly to WM. ItitKillT. __ ALI'J,—FontN 1*00 to 4<H) lbs. ted n pareil type for «ale, and ■JO ?"nh|™ liTTmilv >» rjf-tt he Klahti. ü'ln'c! 1 ,'' ftÄ* Walimt 'mut Poplar; olio of tin* best m-lgiibm*hoods, in * city. Apply at this office. noviMtr — or ■Itti dwcMIna* ■'' t d Ntuhitng, ut ttic N. w.conicrot l Tut mil I HtrwtN. Apply to ROBKin TAYLOR, Mu* On the premises. , AOlt ma LK oil KXC'HAN(JK_A hand- ■ sonn* lino toned second hand Km toy Or- try new. Apply to this office, febstf decltt-tf «aid ban II Prit uo\ you SALE OR UK NT.—Th lishcd Rukcrv, together fixtures Filth at JrCtf nearly day He as jlOR SA LK OR UK NT—The handsome! v located new dwelling 1210 Delaware *• Apply •xl. door. Jy28tr It. SCOTT. Olt SALK Jaekson st ''lve building lots Buren, four on Front stritet atid a lot 21 feet front i h ; building lots ■t, between 6 th and 7th_ Fifth street near V •ar Jackson, Delaware Avenue. • Harrison. Apply at this office. inur4tr B. in in HE NEW CASTLE COUNTY Min I) A.! , f /ranc « t u y , NO. 602 MARKET MTRKE'l, jy suit ES AG AINSI FIRE OTHER BUTL1J 1IOUHEH AND ALL INCH, WITH THEIR ( TENTS, log from three $ periods of time V mont lis to a te of yoàrs. MANAGERS. William Tat nail, James Bradford, George il. Marls, Chus. W. Howland, Edward Bringhurst, Edward T. Bellali, Ashton Richardson, M. M. ( William Canby, Geo. Richardson, John Jones, Clement B. Smyth, James Riddle, A. I». Shannon, George H. Bates, WM. TATNALL, President. SAMT. SMITH,Sec'y. feblO fJHIE ARTIZANS SAVINGS BANK. 802 M A RK ET STRK ET, h<CORPORATKD JANUARY 2CD, iHbl. Op«-n to receive deposits daily fr until 4 P. M., anil o|i Tuesday and Sat urday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. 9 A. S E MI-ANNUAL DI VI D K N D, six per cent., has been regularly paid deposits, since the organization of the Bank, and it is the expectation of the Managers, tliat this rate of dividends will be continued. When dividends iaceounted •not withdrawn,they deposits. Thus permanent deposits compound tlieir Interest twice in euch year. MANAGERS. William S. Hilles, Clement B. Smyth, Chas. W. Howland, NathauM R. Benson, Henry F. Dure, M. Stonsenberg, George W. Bush, George H. Capelle, M. L. Meilenstein, Edward Darlington, Job H.Jackson, Win. II. Swift, Anthony Higgins. WM. 8 . HILLES, President. GEO. W. BUSH, Vice President. feb 21 -ly K. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer. IRST NATIONAL BANK F OF WILMINGTON. Refositi • k TiiK Public Moneys :y ND FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNI TED STATES. EDWARD BETTS, PRESIDENT. GKO. D. ARMSTRONG, CASHIER. Paid np Capital. *300,000. Philadelphia and N<* nisiied to regular Depositors without charge. York Exchange fiir Discount «lays, Mondays and Thursdays, at 10 A. M. I RECTORS. (Moment B. Smyth, W. Bush, ( t'e Israel P Eli Garrett, Sam'l Bancroft. Jr., William Tatnal I. •y. Honry S. McC Daniel J ib, Edward Betts 300,000 POUNDS OF [ JONES' I. X. II ) fcHag been sold in this olfy, giving Entire Satisfaction. Try It and bo convinced— AaU your grocer for it. Munuft*ctur«*d by H. H. JONES, Factory and Office, 713 Shipluy street, Wil, Del. r27-tollan NOTICE TO TH? LADIES. MUS. H. A. JOHNSON A* PERCY, MANUFACTURERS OF W I«», Toiipm'n. I IiIkii .iih CurlN, SavKcIich. Etc. A lull and elegant assort Hair ami Hair Goods that the Standard of Perfection, Original in De sign and Unsurpassed in Efi'gunee and Beauty, at RXTKEM KLY l/»W PitK kN. Will Renew and work old hair, braids, c every shade, light and Costumes odes and evening parties at *nt of Human offer .*er all kinds ol bings, Ac. Dyeing in dark. Wigs, Beard be rented for nmsquer No. 711 MARKET STREET, oct28-3m W i lm i nuton, Del. PATENTS^®**« L IJL I J-Jil X kJ medical or other pounds, ornamental designs, trade marks, and labels. Caveats, Assignment* Interterances, etc., promptly attentod to_ Inventions that have been by tho Patent Office may still In most REJECTED be secured by us. Being opposite the l'at make closer Hcarcbes.und •e promptly ami with ; remote ent Office, secure patent* broader claim* than those wl from Washington. INVENTORS «®? 5 your device ; wo make exam i nations free of charge, ami mlviso as to pab'ntability. All correspondencestrfi'tly confidential. Prices low, and NO CHARGE UNLESS PAT ENT IS SECURED. We refer to official* i Inventor* In Union. Addrc**, Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C. nov 17-3H1 - i the Patent Office, very State In the d A. SNOW & CO.. SECOND EDITION! STEALING Not hi AT SMYRNA. Dauby, a Middletown negro, «»me to Smyrna, last week, and eoinmit tin 1 • petty thefts. He was arrested sent to Dover jail. During Ids stay Smyrna lie exhibited a model of the pillory and whipping post, which he said made. Vtistenlay morning. Col. Ceoigc W. uwinins, of Woodlawn, near Smyrna, found that 10 turkeys out of 1 * 1 , and 40 50 chickens out of about 100, had been V lcn from llim - The tracks of the tldevcs were easily traced in the fresh snow tliat had fallen Monday night, and Colonel's men followed these to the )muse Jameg xiolloday, a negro. There, after considerable search, the poul was found under the house. IIollo the or A day was taken before Squire Build, held him to hail in $500, being unable to obtain which he was carted to Dover jail. He gave, the names of two other negroes accomplices, but they have made them selves scarce. was Counting Accident*. A hont three o'clock yesterday after noon, a young man named Thos*Stewart was coasting down Kiglith street, from French, just as Daniel Sutton's team was coming down Walnut street Stewart dashed right between the two horses,and planted its hoof on his fore head, cutting a severe gash and breaking the bridge of his nose. Both the horses were thrown down, but not seriously in jured. .Stewart also had his leg severely bruised, hy the wagon wheel running over it. He was taken to his Home, No. 707 Locust street, where be received uied ieal attention. This niorniug he was se riously ill, from the effect ot his injuries. At Third fand Jefferson streets, last night, a colored woman while crossing the street, was knocked down hy a pass ing sled, but not seriously injured. On nearly all the hills where coasting was indulged in, the boys had frequent uarrow escapes from serious injury. The Coroner's Work.- Yesterday afternoon Deputy Coroner McCaffrey held an inquest over the body of a three months-old colored infant, named Jen nie Short, who died suddenly at the resi dence of her parents, in Christiana street First Ward. A vdrdict of "death from natural causes was rendered. This morning, Mr. JohnGuyer. an edd man residing at No. 515 E. Seventh street, feeling unwell when he arose,was persuaded hy his wife to return to his bed. About an hour later when some of the family entered the bed room, Mr. Guy er was found lying dead upon the floor. Deputy Coroner McCaffrey was notified, and will hold an inquest. Gents' Furnishing Goods. —Mr. W. B. Cole has a complete stock of gents' furnishing goods at 202 Market street which he is selling at prices to suit the times. His assortment embraces the cel ebrated Cabinet shirt, linen collars and cuffs, gloves in great variety, hosiery, neck wear, suspender*, underwear, um brellas aud such other goods as are kept in first-class furnishing stores all of which are well-made and of the latest style. The largest anil cheapest stock of hosiery in the city. Those wishing bargain* should give him a call. A Suggestion. —The eityof Wilming ton having subscribed $5000 towards the Centennial stock, will soon receive her share of the dividend, which will prob ably be about 75 per cent of the amount subscribed. It has been suggested that this money he used for supplying fuel and other necessaries of life to the poor of our city during the winter, instead of taking $2000 from the miscellaneous appropria tion, as is generally done. The sugges tion meets with encrai favor. 1 the rear L DlS AI'l'OlNTK f.dl inlov ;ku'—A young la«Iy • with a theatrical performer a igo d he promised to take hts in Wilmington bust night. The young lady got everything rea«ly ami proe<î«'«l«*«l to the depot, hut alas! In; was not to be seen. She lingered uutil "she could no longer linger," and went home disappointed, but a little wi ser. Sin* says, "next time lie will know in«*."— Cheater Tin th her to ; ! Shooting Affray.— r<ast Wednesday rtt and Ben Th ad«* s, «•«>!. I night, Ji near Smyrna, tack on three ho,vs and discharged_ pis tols, shooting; a hoy in the leg, injuring him quite seriously. were arrested and sent t« Dover jail in default of $500 bail. Be k«*d ut unpro allied James Moore The ni'groe , of tlfiOChest The Triump Truss il nut street, l'hila., and 354 ,Bow315 N. Y-, are curing rupture l'romhinJO ery, days, and give a written guarantee of cure, ottering a reward of $1,000 if they fail, Call or send ten cents for their new d&wtf. book. CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS! ; Uie handsome display of Call ul Christmas Tree Ornaments, Stare, Rosettes, Furies, Pictures, Papers, Lace. Ituches, Patterns, and •rytliing In that llm* at tin* low«*st Phi ladet pliiu prices. MHS. A. HEMZK. is market Street. Wilmington, lei. dec. lot f Flour and Feed Store* No. 1 East 7t li Nt. I land Flour, Feed. Huy. PhnIucr. of excelle Constantly Straw ami F ity. Also, vegetable amt flower s«*«hI in large supitly in season ait Pbiludidpliia price*. Orders for Coal recel veil attended to. de«;19-6md I «I promptly ö. W. SAVAGE. Agent. Iloliilii^- OtiotlH at Ryan's News Office and Stationary Store , 101) Market St. Family Bibles. Prayer Books. Miscella neous Books, Photograph Albums, Pocket Books. Children'* Toy Books and ii and a variety of fancy articles. dctO-tjal Come to the Fairy Land, INo. Murkot SSt. An immense assorti nt of Christmas Trse Decorations! All the latest HOLIDAY NOVELTIES NOW READY AT TIIK FAIRY LAND JOIIIN H. HOLT, Wall Paper A Window Shades, So. 223 Market Street v29.dll -> THIRD EDITION! FLORIDA. REPUBLICAN FKAID PROVED HEfOBK TIIK HOUSE COMMITTEE IX T11E I.EOW COUNTV CASE—TJIE SUPREME COURT DECISION LOOKED FOB TO-DAY. [From the N. Y. Herald.] Tallahassee, Dec. 20, 1S7»L The House cammittee elosed Its labors here to-day and left for Hamilton count? this evening, where they will investigate the Jasper precinct case. The committee has made a clear case of fraud in the can • vass of precinct No. K», Leon county Mr. Hopkins said:—"It is so complete a esse that Mr. Dunnell (republican! abandoned it after the lirv>t witness was heard. He never asked another question or put in another witness. He will con cur with us in our report on this case. He told a friend to-day that it was A PIECE OF TKANSPAKEXT F ISA ID." Your corrrespoudent asked Mr. Dun nell his opinion of this case. He laughed and said, "Why, then; can be only one opinion on that." lie pronounces it a fraud. One hundered and seventy-si* republican votes are involved in this pre cinct. The Hoard canvassed it without, dieussion. , < LOSING tl* the work. The committee will go to .Jacksouviiic on Friday, and investigate Alachua an l Duval. The sub-eominitte finished Jefferson to-night and have gone to Jackson county Thy will rejoin the main committee at. Jacksonville about the 20tli, when the fi nal report will be agreed upon. The Senate committee examined wit nesses in référé»«« to Monroe and Mana - tee to-day. Its sessions aro stiil secret. Comptroller Cowgillsaid to me to-day —'.If the Court arders a new canvass 1 will at once proceed to make a new canvass. The judges are good and able men. and 1 not only respect, but (»enerjil News. York deme The Postmaster at No the statement of Mr. Hewitt, that letters have been opened in his office. Sheriff Manning, of Tunica county* Miss., lias been arrested for the murder of a man named Harvey. Mrs. Manning and three men were arrested as accès Themen say 1 hat Manning com Uid confess their sorics. initted the crime, participation. In the Senate of Virginia, yesterday, Bradley Johnson's resolutions,expressing sympathy for South Carolina, were, amended, so as to counsel continued for bearance on the part of the South Caro linians, and then adopted, by a vote of Bl •gative votes were Kepubli to 4. Tin* can. The State Department has no know ledge of the presentation hy Ministei Washburn« to the Due de Gazes of any apologies for the arrest of Captain An fryo, French delegate to the Centennia! Exhibition, in this city, through the ignorance of a policeman. Sale •/ Property. Yesterday afternoon, I C-Grubb, Esq.» assignee in bankruptcy, sold the follow ing property of Frederick A. Churchman, bankrupt : Mr. Churchill: and Tatnal streets , 1 « Mrs. F. A. Church au, for$5105. Also the following property of George Churchman, deceased : House, No. 1401 Broome street, to Hon ard E. Wales, for $5500, House, No. 140.'» Broome street, to 00, subject to amounting to s residence at Tent* L lienry C. Robinson, for mortgages and [... <4120. The above proper! \ dower. Chas. B. Lore, sold the house No.'.KW ging to the es A. Churchman, t« n. for i lit«* rest !.. I« Avt Delaw; täte of tin* late < 1 ».Jacob 1L Der of all dower. .500. « • Mr:.»' •k pill LIP MEYER, ! 8 Vinegar Manufacturer, '«»plai- s» «•gar ut 29 eeiits per gallon; ut, Apple Butter, Peach er Saue« of the best quail deel 2 -<lly I 10:1 I Pure Chier V 111 ills«». Mince Me Butter, and I'epp eel. *> A FORIUNF. FOK OM.V OIVR HO' A «.All FIRST DOLL AH Q.UARTEU LY DRAWING, ut New Orleans,Tuesday, Sunuary 2,1877. 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