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-<• Slate Bonds.
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L Ruildoad,extension.
bid Beading, first Mortgage..
flL.MINUTON MARKETS.
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. 4. 1877.
lywlne Mills for
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Wednesday, .Tan. 3—5 P. M.
ufsnam barrel« Minnesota
.hI, at S-ö 75; do. do. do,,
du. do., very fancy, at »7
h., and patent and
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luest.luit tiriecs
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sales of WJ0
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»! Western Iron
ill at si Li j,.
lion.
'ill A l. dSOTICJSS.
CREAT DISCOVERY I
CUN K LE'S B ITTER WIN E OF
ir Un* cure of weak stomach, genc
Ity, indigestion, disease of the ner
tein, constipation, ucidity of the
, and nil cases requiring a tonic,
m- includes the most agreeuble and
►alt of Iron we possess : Citrate
îtic Oxide, combined with the most
ot vegetable tonics—Yellow Peru
a t In many cases of debility, loss
tc, and general prostration, of an
alt of iron, combined with our val
rve, is most happy. It augments
ito, raises the pulse, takes off mus.
iblncss, removes the pallor of dé
fi gives a florid vigor to tlie coun
k.
u want something to strengthen
Lvou want a good appetite? Do you
builfi up your constitution? Do you
■»elwcflV Do you want to get rkl
usnesH ? Do you want energy ? I )o
ft to sleep well ? Do you want brisk
feelings ? If you do, try
I Winn of Iron.
lily valuable tonic has been sothor
psii-d by all classes of llio coinniu
M it Ih now ilevim-d Indispensable
Inediclnc. It costs but little, purl,
good and gives toncto thestomach,
p the system and prolongs life,
fenly asli a trial of this valuable
B'riee St per bottle. K. F. KUN
Ke Proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa_
f druggist for Kunkel's Ritter Wine
■nul take no other make. Hold only
Pics. All others arc counterfeit, so
If them.
Tnpi Win
1 with purely vegetable
mm the system alive—
passes. Come and
mil the head
m ient si routed. Dr. K. F.Kit.nkei,,
urdi Ninth St., hlladeiphla. Ad
Seat. Pin and stomach worms
!. A "k your druggist for Kun
m Svitup. Trice si per boule.
nuvld&wlm
[s Mil
lm,» Cure f.ir (torus
1 * : -iy of great popularity for
'nip without pain.
' billNUHUKST * CO.,
Another
Mur
•les.
ket Sis.
' or »iw Sixth and
- ,n< * Nall Scissor»
3Ï St r;uKht, Nail Brushes, Hand
• «un 1 ih s, Nail Brushes, etc., for
h IdiJNUHUKfcTA CO.,
forucr .Sixth and Market Sts.
;
the Bath.
J ob* -.Hath Towels,Bath Sponges,
; <,;l l*j, 111 extensive variety. Also
P I^ti-iips Brushes, &c.,ofliorse
, . I'Tioii Gloves, and muny other
pi u it- same classes.
K. liltINGlIURST & CO..
comer Sixth and Market Sts.
'»Lert Hutton,
'er and Gas Fitter,
1^*17. Second St
kinds of work In Ids line in the
t anda
t tile lowest figures.
hankluliy received and promptly
to.
•I'Lami
s °1 different Rinds kept
ry cheap.
d for sale
lionable Furniture,
J N- HARMAN,
'*** King street,
v ' ILMIN'GTON, del.
L^^prctrnlly inform the eiti
roiin.iiL. lm lbEl°n, and tho sur
k> tn « . ' fr Co t lm try that wo continue
i r .r„ o, i U r fl, re and keep on hand
Inrni!. on 8 established ware
ivist j wV re f every ^variety and
nut lo«. t* '^L'diogany, Rosewood
k-oom !I ll i l l lrii suitable for parlor,
RnmS a uses,
rifd 1 ° * urniture is larger and
be f °und in Delaware,
Itnud «I 0 J at our establishment
SJ* ''»'presented.
Emde für So . f 1116 rnost fashionable
(Iv ,? rtlcr and kept constantly
lop,,,, , 0 manufacture and con
pkk L assortment of Spring
r " tncl Jf usk Matti-esses.
4tn J -N. HARMAN,
[ u Aingstreet, Wilmington.
advertisers.
S KND FOR OUR
LAW ARE LIST
' ou ^Plication. Address geo
<*0., 41 Park Kow, 5
nov28-Ctuw4w
FIRST EDITION!
Third street Brtdf/e.
NOM HER AM» Cl.ASH OF »OATH PASSED
TIIROULH THE DRAWER DURING 187(>—
ROW MANfl TIMES THE DRAWER II AH
BEEN TURNED—AVERAGE NI MBER OF
TE II 1C LEM AND AND 1'KDKHTLIANS WHO
FASHED OVER THE BRIDGE.
The following interesting figures
lathered from the books of Mr. Win.
iareford, the efficient bridge-tender at
Third street bridge, will sho w the num
ber and class of boats which passed
through the draw during the Centennial
year : which no doubt will be quite a
surprise to many of our readers. The
figures will also give some idea of the
amount of Wilmington's shipping busi
ness ;
January, the draw was opened 217
times ; skips, 1; canal boats, JO: steamers,
11: barges, 1411: schooners, 32: sloops, (14:
gs, 1U3. total. 4H2.
February, the draw
times ; barque, 1; ships, 1; canal ooats, 17;
steamers, 12; barges, 120; schooners, 20;
sloops, 35; tugs, 3V0; total, UOH.
March, thy draw was opened 4M times;
brigs, 1; bargues, 3; canal boats, 28:
steamers, 30: barges, 128: schooners, 40:
sloops, U2: tugs, 300; total, 721.
April, the draw was opened 487 times;
brigs, 1: canal boats, 132: steamers, 40:
barges, 102: schooners, 01:sloops, 80: tugs,
303: total, 701.
May, the draw was opened 473 times:
canal boats, 107: steamers, 03: barges, 133:
schooners, 56: sloops, 83: tugs, 300: total,
473:
tu
as opened 300
'l 1
June, the draw was opened 512 times;
briggs, 2: canal boats, 103: steamers, 132:
barges, 115: schooners, 00; sloops, 7i>: tugs
344: total, 835.
.1 uly, the draw was opened 473 times:
truck boats, 44: canal boats, 101: steam
el's, 141: barges, 118: schooner*, 45; sloops.
61 : tugs, 337: total. 837.
August, the draw was opened 805
times: truck boats. 401: briggs, 1: barques
2: « anal boats, 126: steamers, 182: barges,
tugs, 363: to
147: sohooners, 78: sloops,
tal, 14-12.
September, tho draw was opeued 048
times: truck ooats, 199: canal boats, 159:
steamers, 142: barges, 134: schooners, 60:
8loops, 58: fugs, 398: total, 1150.
October, the draw was opened 573
times: truck boats, 139: canal boats, 121:
steamers, 02: barge», HO: sohuoners, 60:
»loops, 72: tugs. 309: total, 1002.
November, tne draw was opened .510
times; truck boat», 44: barque«, 2; canal
steamers, 54: barges, 110:
: sloops, 76: tugs, 387: total,
boats,
schooners
947.
December, the draw was opened 192
times: truck boats, 14: canal boats, 60;
steamers, 20: barges, 61: schooners, 19:
»loops, 13: tugs, 100: total, 338.
During the year draw ^wa» opened 5741
times, and there passed through during
that period: ships, 2: briggs;5: barques,
8: truck boats, 931; canal boats, 1281:
steamers, 934: barges, 1440: schooners, 616:
sloops, 761: tugs. 4026: total, 9635.
The pedestrians who cross over Third
street bridge will average 3234 per day:
the average business wagons that pass
over is about 500 a day: other vehicles,
about 150. The bridge tender in opening
the draw during the year walked just
1913? miles.
1
Trouble Over the Snow.
Wednesday evening, at the police
station David Lemon, appeared to
answer the charge of obstructing the
city railway. The charge was pre
ferred by Mr. Chambers, the Super
intendent, after Mr. Lemon arrived at
the office, Mr. Chambers, was al
ready there and quite au interesting
scene took place. His Honor the Mayor
wishing to do justice to all explained
to Mr. Chambers that the company
hnd no right whatever to bank the
snow from off the track before the
stores as it inteferred with the mer
chants busiufss. Owing to there being
no further complaints he would dis
miss the case with the understanding it
should not occur again, as* the ccm^
[»any, would have to use curs und
haul tLe snow away.
Resignation. —Andrew' J. Wright,
elected to the Legislature, has resigned
his position as Justice of tho Peace and
Notary Public at Dover. There are sev
eral applicants for the office among whom
is George D. Dickson. ^
Lecture. —Pi of. Harlan, Superintend
ent of the Public Schools, lectured Wed
nesday evening at the "Taylor Academy
tho subject of chemistry. The lecture
was well attended ami was very interest
ing being illustrated by several experi
mints.
The Alsbero Case.— Argument in
the Alsberg Case, closed yesterday after
noon, at 1:30 o'clock, after which tho
court adjourned until Saturday morn
ing, at 10 o'clock, when it is thought that
Judge Bradford, will render his decision.
New Paper. —A new paper has made
its appearance at Kennelt Square, Pa.,
called the Kennett Neun and Advertiser,
to he devoted to the local interests •!' that
town and surrounding country, and
general news, miscellany, «tec. '1
initiatory number is a neat, spicy /sheet,
and betokens a spirit ot energy and en
terprise iu its management which assures
its success. We wish its publishers much
favor upon the sea of journalism.
Che
Poisoned Partridges.—T he Cecil
"Wo notice that partridges
mar
Whig says:
are yet occasionally brought to our
ket We advise our readers not to pur
chase or eat them. The ground has been
covered with a heavy coat of ice and
snow for two weeks, entirely cutting the
birds off from their ground loot}. Under
such circumstances they feed almost
entirely upon the leaf ot the laurel.
This leaf is rank poison to man,
and persons eating the birds nru
liable to sulfer from its effects. True
sportsmen, instead of shooting birds dur
ing such weather, are inclined to feed
and care for them. It is nothing but the
genuine pot-huuter who shoots now.
Stray Waift.
The sleighing still continues good.
Down anil up— pedestrians
streets.
The ruins of tlie late fire are still
smouldering.
Protracted taeetings are being held
each evening this week at Union M. h.
Church.
Mills & Combs sell the cheapest and
best coal. It burns freely and is well
screaned.
Officers Cannon and Rickards, of the
police force are sick and unable to be
duty.
Officer Bernhardt, lost his star yester
day, the finder will be suitably rewarded
by returning it to the Police station.
Forty tramps were accommodated with
lodging at the Police station last even
ing.
on our
Oil
Loou'i MTattcrs.
E
Annual
Flection. —Tlie annual
election for dfKctors of the new bank at
Smyrna, (FruitrUrows National) will bo
held on next Tuesday.
i
Applicant poHOmcK.--» William E.
Hall, oi bynira, is an applicant for
Conntv Treasurer of Kent County,
The office is worth $G(»0
at
yea;.
Police Hearings ,—At the police of
fice this morning, Mayor Whiteley
presiding, Willis King, was required
to pay for assaulting Isaac Gilet.
St. John's Church.— The Secretary
and General agent of the Foreign Com
mittee of the Board of Missions, will
preach next Sunday afternoon, at 3} o'
clock.
Ke-api'ointed.—M ayor W hiteley,
has re-appointed all the members of
the police force for another year. The
Mayor may well congratulate himself
upon his excellent selection, as the
tolice of this city, are second to none
n the country.
The Late Fibe. —Large numbers of
people still continue to visit tlie scene of
tho late fire, of Monday night. The wall
on Orange street has been torn down and
gives a better view of the amount of space
that the fire traversed. Workmen are en
gaged to-day in removing the debris.
Coroner's Jury .—The jury summon $
ed by Coroner Hose, yesterday morn
ing, for tho purpose of holding an
inquest over the body of an infant
son of Joseph Sampsou, returned a
verdict of death from convuleione.
Faiimer's Metting.—A meeting of
the Committee« appointed by the different
ilrd Companies to take into consideration
tlie propriety of establishing a paid fire
department, or asking the Legislature
for the authority for an Increased appro
priation will meet at tlie Delaware en
gine Mouse this evening at 7.3U o'clock.
Tint Sunday School Woiikeil— The
above paper for tliis week comes to us
enlarged and contains cuts of St. John's
Old Swed's. Churches, and a care
and
fully Relected stock of reading matter. It
also contains .a large amount of temper
ance reading matter. Tho temperance
department Is under the management of
Rev. A. D. Davis.
Large Hog. — Daniel Perkins, of
Brandywine Hundred, raised a bog
weighing when dressed 491 pounds. It
was two years and a lialf old. It was
sold to Isaac Nailor, butcher of this city.
This will do
Hundred, and will be found hard to beat
well for Brandywine
Fire in Caroline County.— On Tues
day night week the storehouse at Burrs
ville, belonging to Mrs. Margaret Porter,
including a stock of merchandise belong
ing to her son, Wesley Porter, were burn
ed. The house and stock ot goods are
estimated to have been worth |2,000.
The property was insured to the amount
of abeut 11,800.
Unablk to Run. —The car on the
City Railway, between the middle de
pot and Rising Sun, ba9 been unable
lo make its regular trips since Monday
evening at 8 o.clock. Efforts were
made to clear the track with the snow
plow but it was impossible to get it
out.The Car remains at the Rising Sun
depot.
ot
....
25
in
Y. M. C. A.— Board Meeting. —The
newly elected Board of Managers of tlie
Young Men's Christian Association will
hold their inaugural meeting this evening
at tlie rooms, No. 8:17 Market street, at 7à
o'clock sharp. Every member of the
Board is urgently requested to be present
as business of importance will he trans
acted. _ ^
Change of Meeting night. —The
Jeft'erscn Democratic club, under its
new
Monday evening.instead of Wednesday
as heretofore. During the evening a
very animated debate is ex
pected to take [dace on the following
question:
llcsotrid, Thal t! ech » 2 se vote would
he advantageous to the Democratic
party.
Old and young, rich and poor, all unite
in testifying to the true merit of l)r.
Bull's Cough Syrup. For over a quarter
of a century it lias proven it.selt a true,
tried and trusted friend.
Constitution, will meet on next
WHO WAS ST. NICHOLAS.
Many of our readers might ho puzzled
to answer who was, or rather tvho is San
ta Claus? Any child can tell, especially
if you put hint the question at the Christ
mas time. What! you don't know Santa
Claus, who goes frisking over the world
the night before Christmas, with his
bundle of good things on his back? Nim
bly he leaps down every chimney and
fills the baskets and stockings around the
hearth wall. How often have our little
friends dreamed all through the blessed
night of Christmas eve, of the good Santa
Claus and his expected gifts! Santa Claus
then, or St. Nicholas, as he is more prop
erly called, is the especial patron of the
children. He was archbishop of Myra,
in Asia Minor. He lived in the fourth
century of the Cliriseianera. Simplicity,
modesty, and a boundless charity charac
terized'the saint. From the time of
death great honors were paid him, both
iu tlie Greek and Latin churches, 1 'and
numerous altars and shrines were dedi
cated to God under his patronage. With
the Russians St. Nicholas has ever been a
favorite saint. In tho vear 1807, certain
merchants of Bari, an Italian seaport, on
the Adriatic succeeded in carrying off the
relics of St. Nicholas from Myra. Num
erous miracles were said to have been
wrought at Bari on the arrival of the sac
red remains. The saint's sbriim at Bari
has ever since been a resort of pious pil
grims. The childlike virtues of the saint
and the peculiar aid he extended to
young people during his life, are the chief
reasons why lia is so frequently represent
ed in pictures by three youths.
tl A HKIW»
COYLE—BBATTON,—On Tuesday, Janu
ary 2d, 1S77. by Rev. T. E. Marttndule, J.
H. Coyle and Ella M. Bratton, both of
tliis city.
DIED.
HENDRICKSON —At the residence of her
mother Mrs. Charlotte Hendrickson, in
Christiana Hundred, on tho 23d of De
cember, 1K76, Clara B. Hendrickson, aged
16 years, 10 mouths and 15 days.
W ANTED —A girl to cook and do kitch
en work, Apply at 1105 Market street,
nint-tt
FOR SALE AND RENT.
T70K KENT. —V Farm of7ft acres of good
1 land, with 3 acres of strawberries, on
•'k Corner road, about 2* miloM
onTO^a telîttut. ApuTyto'" K ' V ''" , •
dceî«-tf \vM. BRIGHT. a
the Hi
mYl'K FORMALE,— Fonts 200 to *»lb..
of second h»n<t nonpareil typo for sale, j
•oritvery well on a slow press with
Price 'JO cents per lb. Apply
Yi-it j
-I
would
dump paper,
this office.
T71CR RENT—The dwelling No. 32ft East I
r Eighth street, between Walnut and
Poplar, one of the best
the city. Apply at this office.
dghborhoods, in
novlMtf
"7H)R SALE OK KENT—The old estab
lished Bakery, together with dwelling,
fixtures and stabling, at the N. W. corner of
Fifth and Tatnall streets. Apply
ROBERT TAYLOR
On the premises.
E
JrOtf
OK HALE OK EXCHANGE—A hand
some fine toned second hand Este y Or
. Apply to this office. feb8tf
P
gan nearly
710R HALE OR RENT—The handsomely
1 locuted new dwelling 1210 Delaware
Avenue. Apply next door.
JyüStf
II. SCOTT.
' TICK HALE—Three building lots on
? Jackson street, between 6th and 7th—
«'lve building lots on Fifth street near Van
Buren, four on Front street nearJaekson,
and a lot 21 feet front on Delaware Avenue,
near IlarriRon. Apply at this office. mar4tf
EETH FOR ALL THE PEOPLE.
BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT
$», $ft, $H and $10 PER SET.
Teeth extracted without pain by the use
of gas. Over thirty years experience.
DR. GALLAGHER,
No. 8 East 5th Street, opposite Clayton
ap25-ly
T
House.
The Triumph Truss Compaq.
&bta~*U*U 1315 CLiestnut St, Phil
ZggXZMi ■ AK 11
331 Bowery New York
w w A re curing rupture in from
30 to90 days, and otter $1,000 for a Rupture
they cannot cure. Mrs. 0. A. M. Burnham,
A. M., M. D., (the only lady truss expert in
the world) in charge of the Ladies* Depart
ment. The Triumph Truss has been award
ed tho medal at all tlie fairs where it has
been exhibited. Examinations free ! Send
19 cents for New Book, at either office.
sep 26d«tw1y
I
\r
h
EL A WARE CARPET HOUSE,
oO'J M A RK ET 8TKE ET ,
ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON, DEL.
The cheapest place in the city to buy your
D
CA PETS.
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
Henry Grecbc's,
309 MARKET ST.
N. B_Rag Carpet woven to order at the
shortest notice and lowest market rates.
NOTICE
To Mu Friends .and Patrons,
JANUARY.
From this date we have reduced the price
1877
1877
ot
HANGING WALL PAPER
.... follows : Unglared or blank paper redu
ced from 1 « to 15 cents per pteeo; glazed or
satin paper reduced from 22 to 20 cents per
picce; all other qualities reduced In propor
tion. . ,
I am thankful for your patronage during
the past twenty years, and trust that with
my practical knowledge and personal su
pervision the tmsidess will be so conducted
that it will lie mutual interest for you to
continue your patronage.
Wo have hopes that on or beforo Mardi
25 th we will be able to reduce prices in the
material department, as well as at present
in tlie work department.
Yours very truly,
JOHN R. HOLY
222 Market street.
Janl-tf
U. H. DISTRICT COURT.
ter of Delaware.
Dn
In Re
Alfred Gallagher,
Bankrupt.
District of Dei.aw-are SS:
Upon readiiignnd considering tncpetttlon
of George McCall, praying that Charles
Wclloy Weldin may lie ordered to deliver
up to said petitioner Ills Bond and
Mortgage,executed for security for llmpay
ment to said Bankrupt's creditors, of cer
tain notes accepted by said creditors in
resolution of competition
In Bankruptcy.
pursuance of ,
adopted by a meeting of said er<3ditors ;
which said notes tiro alleged to have been
fully paid and that tho said Weldin may
bo ordered to satisfy said Mortgage of
record at New Castle .. .
It is ordered by the Court that notice be
published in tiie Delaware Republican and
Gazette, newspapers in said District, for two
times, that all creditors of said bankrupt
and other persons in interest may appear at
this Court as a Court of Bankruptcy, on
Friday the 12th day of January, 1877, at
10 o'clock, A. M., and show cause, if any
there be, why the said Bond and Mortgage
should not be satisfltxl and cancelled.
S. RODMOND SMITH,
Clerk U. S. District Court,
District of Delaware.
ilec291taw2w
I Huy and sell Stocks,
TT 1J P ri« '.Bonds and Gold in N.
HealQ 05 IjO. j York,Phila,Baltimore
I and local markets.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Clayton House Building. Entrance on 5th
Street.
WANTED.
£3000 Delaware Stete Bonds.
£1000 Wilmington City Loan.
JOHN DAVIS,
Merchant Tailor,
Ko. 120 tjirk l Street,
WILMINGTON. DKL.
L^rge^andlselect fctock,
times.
AU goads and work guaranteed.
Promptness our motto.
Prices to suit the
oct!6-3m
FRAMPTOM BROS.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
Watchmakers & Jewelers.
81» VINE 8 » RKET,
PHILADELPHIA.
Have just received direct from tho
largo and varied
(Qna manufacturers
t/Y assortment of_
IBuJb fine watches,
Jkwelry, and silver plated ware
of tlie richest and newest designs, which
they are selling at the lowest figures.
The citizens of Delaware are respectfully
call,
invited to give them
declö-w3m
Farm loi* Kent
A farm of near one hundred acres, no
Maryland Avenue, near the Toll Gate, for
one or a term of years, to a good tenant.
Enquire of Gko. M - Bramble
near the premises,|or D.Ouaxdiæk
nov29—6tw No. 904 King St
cl
A DAY at home. Agents w
out' and terms! free. T
Aligns".*, 4 tine. a
$12
o
Louisiumi.
New Orleans, January 2.—Mr. B. F
ToirMP ' a weI1 known lawyer of this city
late State Senator and member-elect of
TESTIMONY BEFORE THE COMMITTEES.
«°r W,1S fcxa,nim '' 1 hel '° r0 Mr -
Howe's benato committee this morning,
declared that Governor .lohn Mo
„ . ,
Query's famous ante-election speech at
Monroe, although warm and in some
sense aggress!ye,was conciliatory towards
the colored people. Ho argues that vio
lence could only result iu harm to the
Democratic party. Ho did not advise
killing, as testified by Bourges, but coun
selled submission to everything to avoid
collision. The Democratic canvass
was essentially moderate and conciliatory
Mr. Marr also a distinguished lawyer and
Democratic politician was examined at
great length by
history
races in this State. He declared that
intelligeut white man in the State wished
deprive the colored people of the
elective franchise.
Senator Howe on the
of the relation between the two
SENATOR SHERMAN IN 1805.
Then he said: "Himpose, in the joint
convention, the Vice President shall take
up a piece of paper in his hand—a thin*
that will inevitably occur—and say, *.
have here what purp
ficate of the State of Louisiana:' supp
he should say that the State of Louisii
is in rebellion against the Government;
that, by the proclamatian of the Presi
dent, it is declared to be in a state of in
surrection, and that that, condition of af
fairs has been recognized by both houses
of Congress; 'I therefore will not allow
the vote of Louisiana to be counted in the
Suppose ho should so de
Any member of
tlie House of Representatives, or any
member of tlie Senate, who is of opinion
that the vote of Louisiana ought to be
counted, will at once enter his protest,
and say that Louisiana has a right to vote
How shall that question be decided? Shall
the Vice President decide it,and shall his
decision bo final? I say not,"
orts to be the certi
0 I
1
electoral vote.'
cide. * *
5
From tlie Herald to-day.
I roaiD', ; (Stimuli y In lire Oit-f: 11
Electoral laverllgnllua.
The republican Senators were natur.
ally not displeased with tho result of
the examination of Mr. Cronin, the
Oregon elector, by the Senate Inves
tigating Committee to-day. Senator
Mitchell was quite tickled at tho ac
knowledgment make by the witness
that he had received $3,000 in gold
nominally to pay bis expenses in com
ing East as messenger with the demo
cratic electoral vote.
The committee say that they are pre
pared to prove by competent witnesses
that a large amount of money has been
used in the Oregon electoral case
which will reach at least $17,000. It
is due to Mr. Cronin to state that, as
he is a lawyer and basa practice of
about $6,000 a year in Portland, and,
as some of hi« cases were coming on
in court, be put it that if he were to
act in the capacity of messenger and
leave his business lie would expect to
be paid for his time und expenses, the
value of which he placed at $3,000
The committee promise forlher and
higher developments.
Florida Democratic.
DRKW PEACBFUL1A INAUGURATED.
[.Special Despatch to the World.]
Washington, January 2.—Des
patches received to-day by Senator
Jones from Florida announce the
peaceful organization of the Legisla
ture with four majority in the Senate
and eight on joint ballot, and the un
opposed inaugratioa of Governor Drew
Senator Jones looks upon the State as
secure for the future, now that the en
tire State Government, 1ms passed into
Democratic hands. lie still entertains
some hope that the Stale Court will
take action in regard to the recanvass
on electors, and proposes to call
attention to the entire subject in a
speech.
From J. C, Smith, of Lewisburg, Pa.
Some eight years since l was attacked
with a very severe cough, tlie long con
tinuance of which aiarmed me verv
much , and brought
some remedy to rescue mo from the con
dition in wliicli X found myself. I ap
plied to different physicians, but received
no benefit. Then Dr. Wistar's Bal
sam of Wild Cherry was recom
mended. I gave it a trial, and was re
lieved of my cough before using a bottle.
I kept on using it until permanently
cured. I would also say that several ot
my friends have used the Balsam with
astonishing results. Yours, truly,
J. C, Smith.
Cauaion!— Beware of preparations
bearing similiar names. Examine tho
bottle eareiully before porcliasing, and be
sure you get Wistar's Balsam of Wild.
Cherry, having the signature of "I
Butt's on the
50 cents and
to look for
wrapper.
$1 a bottle.
Dr- JOHN BUCHANAN
No. 514 Fine St., Fhilad'a.
May be consulted personally or by letter on
all DISEASES— thirty yearn successful practice,
and author ojeleven standard works
cine. His medicines are entirely VEGETABLE
and prepared by bimnelf. J he most obstinate
form oi disease CURED as Cancers. Tuirosr.
Ulcers, Consumption, Nervous debility. Pre
mature decay, Skin and Urinery affections.
DISEASE8 o< WOMEN and CHILDREN
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His Celebrated Golden Phills. $2,00 pe
lady should be withou
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hem.
JOHN O. ltlRZEL,
MACHINIST,
No. i£06 East SeeoiidQStreet, and
No. - ; 513 OrangeLStreet, (np-stalri,)
Keeps on hand and makes to order his Pat
ent Bolt and Klvet Cutters, Drilling Ma
chines, Meat Choppers, Improved Pipe
Wrench, Punching and Cutting Machines,
all of which are very superior for the pur
poses intended, lie also repalrs_ Guns,
Pistols, Locks, and does light
Work generally. All kinds of edged tools
ground in the best style.
A person with some knowledge of ma
chine work will be taken as a partner, as
the subscriber has more than he cau attend
Machine
ofPubllo patronage respectfully solicited
betmSwtf JOHN G HIRZEL.
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hand-made shirts*
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Goods on hand.
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in tverJn
SECOND EDITION!
P H03I DOVER.
special to the Ga
ette.
Dover, January
There lias been but very little business
yet, before the legislature, and it will
adjourn to-morrow until next week,
Judging from present appearances the
session, will not be a protracted one,pro
bably adjourning sine die in six weeks at
the furthest.
The Governor's Message has been com
mented on by the members generally
who consider it as an aide and valuable
State paper. Some of the members criti"
cizedthe strictures on "State Aid" for
Railroads. His denunciation of the ras"
cality and desperate course of the leaders
of the Republican party to continue in
power is a well written article and de
serves tlie commendation it is receiving
here.
The act known as the "Dog Tax Law,"
will in all proliability be repeated tliis
session.
Tlie Exemption law will also be chang
ed, one of the amendments proposed is to
make the defendant the first executive
creditor and allowing him $275 in money
or goods to that amount.,to be bid for ami
bought by himself. This is received with
considerable favor and no doubt will be
the modification desired.
An act to change tlie law ih relation to
Sheriff's printing is exciting some com
ment. This, if passed, will place the mat
ter exactly as it was under the old law.
A joint caucus was held last night to
discuss the present political crisis. No
proposition was acted upon but an ex
change of words disclosed the fact that
all were of one accord in denouncing tlie
gross usurpation of the government by
Grant and his bad advisers.
BENNETT COWHIDE]).
Mhm May's Brother Comes to the Res
cue of Her Good Name.
New York, January, 3.
This afternoon, as Mr. James Gordon
Bennett -.vas coming out of the Union
Club rooms, lie was met on the side
walk by Mr. Frederick May, brother
of Miss Caroline May, who was to
have been married to Air. Bennett to
day, but whose engagement was bro
ken off. Mr. May had been waiting
for Mr. Bennett for some time. He
and his brother, William May, had
watched the steamship Russia, iu
which it was said Mr. Bennett was to
sail. When Bennett confronted Mr,
May he drew hack, and taking a whip
from under his coat, with much force
and rapidity he struck Mr. Bennett
across the face three times- Blood
streamed from the gashes nnder his
eyes and from a frightful cut on his
nose. He staggared for a moment and
threw himself upon Mr. May. They
clinched, but Mr. May- being the
more powerful of the two, forced him
self from Mr. Bannett's grasp, and at
this the latter made another lunge at
Mr. May, who stuck at him from the
shoulder and Air. Bîmelt fell at full
length on the sidewalk. Blood stained
the snow from the sidewalk of the
gutter. Attabes of the club house and
pedestrians ran to Air. Bennett's as
sistance. No one attempted to stop
Mr. Alay, who, with his hands in
pockels, walked leisurely towards
Fifth avenue.
It was said by some persons in the
club roomc and in the hotels in the
ne'g'nborhood that Air. tBeanctl wrest
ed the whip from Mr. Alay and threw'
him, but those who were nearest to
the seenc say that such such was not
the case. Mr. Bennett wub carried in
to the house and face
His sleigh was sent away and a
ordered. JThen he was taken to
his homo in Fifth avenue, where he
was ;attended by 'bis physician. He
will'not [be able to be out again
under several days.
Police officers near the club house
said that they ^knew nothing of the
fighl.-although five minutes after it
happened it was the chief topic in all
the neighboring hotels. William May
Frederick's brother,in the club house,
this evening, said: "We were looking
for Mr. Bennett all day, but he was
in hiding. He ought to have been
cowhided.long ago." The cause of the
assault is said to be because of stories
circulated by Mr. Bennett among club
was bathed.
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