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THE LOUISIANA. LEGISLATORS.
Thomas A. Adams, President of the Citisen»' Committee in New Orleans, sent a communication'to the Democratic Legislature yesterday, notifying the presiding officers that their orders on Wm.C.Black, Treasurer,for any amount required to the extent of his receipts, would be promtly paid. The Republican Senate of Louisiana yesterday passed bills authorizing the prosecuting officers) rf|the State to chal lenge jurors in certain cases, and forbid ingtheorganizaticnof mtl.t ry companies other than the militia. A resolution was introduced declaring the seats of all legally elected members vacant who do not appear be the 6th instant, and pro /iding for new elections to till their olaces The news of his death created an in tense sensation in the monetary circles, and made quite a lively time in the stock market. Mr. Vanderbilt was in his 83rd year. His estate is estimated ai $125,000,000, from which, however, must be deduct ed a mortgage of 32,000,000 on the New York Central Railroad, which he gave to his two sons some time ago- His estate is all properly settled up. He richest man in America. The express train from Montreal on the Grand Trunk Railroad, due at Port land yesteiday noon, was thrown from the track 00 miles from Portland by the engine striking the snow bank. It went down an embankment 15 feet high. Five of the train hands were injured, the üremnn, is believed; fatally. The pas sengers, though badly shaken, are re ported uninjured. Early on Wednesday morning, two freight trains came into collision on the Marietta Railroad, forty miles east of Cincinnati, by which one train was near ly demolished, the other badly damaged, and 200 feet of trestle work burned. Over 200 live hogs on one of the trains were consumed. Hon. James G. Blaine was nominated for U. S. Senator by the Republican cau cus of the Maine Legislature last even ing. The nomination, which was for both the short term and the full term of six years from the 4th of March next, was made by acclamation amid great en thusiasm. James Gordon Bennett and a friend passed through Hartford Conn., Ion the express train yesterday, closely closeted in a drawing room car. They had tick ets for Boston. The House Committee investigating the election in Florida cnncluded its la bors yesterday, and will leave Jackson ville for Washington to-day. the Hay, Straw and Fodder CUTTERS, Corn Shelters, Coin Mills, Root Cutters, churns. Butter Workers, Plows Harrow Cultivators, Horse Hoes. Spades', Shovel Hoes Rakes Seed Drills, Farm Roller«: : , ve -\ * riming Shears. Pruning ami Budding Knives, Bill Briar Hooks, dc Agricultural Implements In Great Variety. ». LANDKETH A BONN, Nos. 21 & 23 SouthJSixtli Street, tr Between Market find.Chestmit Sts. j dec28w3i Philadelphia. Just Opened AND RECEIVING ALMOSTIDAILY, New ami Choice Styles of HOSJEllY.UUim —AN— Merino Underwear. For Lame*, Gents and JCLild Also, a Newland Full linn of Embroadered Zephyr Work, Zephyrs, Germantown Wool, Woolen Yarns, Notions, Ties, Corsets, &c., -All of which willlbe sold: it thej: Lowest Market Rates. ren. ». H. STAATS, No. 417 Market Street. maylSwtil Bojt-r's Hoof Liniment AfVr 30 years of practical experience with horses in staging, farming, Ac., I have learned that more horses have been crip pled by inattention to the feet than all other diseases combined. „ , , After many experi ments I have found the true remedy to pre vent the disease In the hoof, or restore It alter negligence, to what nature Intended it Blioulcl be —the fr reat support of the noble am mo/. I! the hoof is inflamed and diseased, theanimal is comparatively worthless.-! ■N"® liniment will surely prevent tills worst of all diseases.Contraction. C'orns.Quarter ('racks, Contraction of the Back Sinew generally called Knee Sprung. Ac . and r" »tore those that have been crippled by the want of such a remedy. J vor Try it, and It will never fail if y applied, viz.: Bathe the iiorse's foot once a week or of ner if necessary, at the bool and frog, and •ouud the hoof close to the hair. M. <'. BOYER, Norristown, Pa. M r. M. C. Boyer—D ear Sir Tliis i* to certify that I have used your Liniment in in y stable for tii roe months past, on more than one hundred horses, ami And it the best preparation I have ever used on horses. Jt is better than you recommend If .Send me five eases at once, bv express < O.D. HARRY HAMILTON, No/132 West 31st Sf root, N«w York Cltv. proper. te Dr-JOHN BUCHANAN No. SI4 Pine St., 1'hiUul'u. May be coneulteJ n all DISEASES—Dorfj / y »nallyor by letter on 'trn successful practice. eth i - ™tird v VEGETAKLE and rr^nret by him.clf, I be mort obstinate form ot dieeaee CL RED ns Cam-e-s, Tumosr Ulcer?, ConBumption, Nervous debility Pro mature decay, Skin and Urlnery »ITeetions. DISEASES of WOMEN and CHILDREN A SPECIALTY. d a>UJiOr o/elevi \ le. Hiß medicines lord works ■ His Cielehrate.d GqIUi PhiHs 82,00pe box, guar.'inteed— no ladr sliould b« wuhou eni * JanlTHirly .. HE NEW CASTLE COUNTY ■ rp MUTUAL, icôurance Company, NO. C02 MARKET STREET, INSURES AGAINST FIRE HOUSES AND ALL OTHER BUILD INGS, WITH THEIR CONTENTS, riods of time varying from three s to a term of years. MANAGERS. For ; mout William Can by, Geo. Rlchurdson, John Jones, Clement B. Smyth, James Kiddle, A. P. Shannon, George H. Bates, William Tatnall, James Bradford, George C. Marls, Chas. W. Howland, Fad ward Bringhurst, Edward T. Bellah, Ashton Richardson, M. M. Cleaver. WM. TATNALL, President. SAM'L SMITH, Scc'.v. feblO HE ARTIZANS SAVINGS BANK. T 502 MARKET STREET, Incorporated January 23d, I8t>l. Open to receive deposits dally from 9 A. M. until 4 P. M., and on Tuesday and Bat urday evenings from 7 to a o'clock. SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, of six per cent., has been regularly paid on deposits, since the organization of the Bank, and it is the expectation of the Managers, that this rate of dividends will be continued. When dividends are not withdrawn, they are accounted us deposit«. Thus permanent deposits compound their Interest twice in each year. MANAGERS. George W. Bush, George S. Capelle, M. L. LlcheiiHtein, Edward Darlington, Job H. Jackson, Wm. H. Swift, Anthony Hlggln«. WM. 8. HILLES, President. GEO. W. BUSH. Vice President. feb21-ly E. T. TAYLOR, Treasurer. William 8. Hilles, Clement B. Smyth, Chus. W. Howland, Nathan'l R. Benson, Henry F. Dure, E. M. Stonsenberg. IRST NATIONAL BANK OF WILMINGTON. Repository of tub Public Moneys and GENTS OF THE UNI D STATES. F FINANCIAL T EDWARD BETTS, President. GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, CASHIER. Paid up Capital, ,500,000. Philadelphia and New York Exchange fur nished to regular Depositors without charge. HDiscount days, Mondays and Thursdays, at lu A. M. DIRECTORS. Clement B. Smyth, Israel Pusey, Henry 8. McComb, Daniel James, George W. Bush, Ell Garrett, Sam'l Bancroft, Jr., William Tatnall, mar28 Edward Betts. JO^N P. ALLMOND, for. Stli & Market St», DEALERJIN GROCERIES^ Teas. Coffees. ices. &c. .MERCHANT TAILORS. WM. O'CONNOR, Merchant Tailor HAS'REMOVED Nfo 3. West Third Street, (One door from Market.) And has laid na Splendid Assortment of Cloths, Case i me res and Vestings FOR SPICING AMI MTHNEB, Which he will make up at prices to suu the times. Panik a Specialty. Inblstf PF.TF.lt LIlDSS, CARPcT WEAVER, No. 33 tiki at; .Street, WILMINGTON. DLL. X E W YORK DENTAL ROOMS, |414 North Sixth St., PHILADELPHIA] Beautiful Artificial Teeth *3.00, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00 ZFer set. < Silver Fillings 50c. Gold $1.00 NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS Op' -ators Employed. NO CHARt-l made for extracting WHEN N J TEETH ARE ORDREED REGISTER'S ORDERS Hi'gisti'r's Order. Rkgistbk's Office > New Castle Co., Dec'.. 20 1876. < Upon the application ol^ John F. Sharp tey, Administrator of William Sharptey late of Brandyw ine Hundred In said Couru ty. deceased, it is ordered and directed bv the Register that the Administrator afore said, give notice of the granting of Letters of Administration upon the Estate of the deceased, with the dute of granting thereof by causing advertisements to be posted within forty days from the date of such Letters, in six of the most public plnees ol the County of New Castle, requiring all persons having demands against the Es täte, to present the same, or abide bv an Act !'! Assembly ln such ease made'and provided. And also cause the same to be inserted within the same period in the n Gazette, a newspaper published three weeks' aud to con rinued therein aforesahb Uie day àiid ^ar'abwe wmtën^ 18. C. BIGGS, Register' „„ NOTICE' All persons having olai Estate of the deceased must n resent the same duly attested to the Administrator or before December 20th, 1S7T or abide the Act of Assembly in such ease n tea u provided. JOHN F. SHARP], Vy Ü Address, Wilmington, Del. Adm'r dee20-3weoil n r - y against the on J AMW* M. BUY A .'S , HOUSK PA INTER ctGRAINER > « 210 SHIPLEY STREET, uly 12-** in THE CITY lOlUCIL. A GRKAT AMOUNT OF TALK AND LITTLE I» WHIN ES» —REPUBLICAN RETRENCH MENT. City Council met la»t evening. Presi dent Li tchen»tein presiding. The Water Committee reported that they had examined the communication of the Chief Engineer of the Water Works, in reference to the Cool Spring Reservoir, and would present a detailed statement at the next regular meeting which they would ask to be forwarded to the Legislature. Public Building Committee, re ported favorably on the petition of Robt. Logan, askiug to have tne market wharf repaired, estimated cost $150, aad that the petition to have Robinson street brought lip to proper grade be referred to the Street Committee, reports adopt The ed. The same committee on the petition of Thos. D, Gibson, asking relief from water running from the building of Peter Springer, reported that they bad noju risdietion in the matter. Adopted. The same committee reported that they had examined the report of the Clerk of the Market, ami found it to be correct. Adopted. The Law Committee reported that they had examined the ordinance, in re lation to printing and found nothing in it contrary to law. The same committee made a similiar report on the ordinance making the annual appropriation. Adopt i'ii The Police Committee presented a bill for $612.50, for clothing for the police, which was ordered to be paid. The City Treasurer reported the follow ing amounts in hank to the credit of the City: Current expenses, $2.467.06; Cool Spring Reservoir* $10*90 ; Redemption of Bonds, $700. The Street Commissioner reported, six men employed, for the week ending De The Chief Engineer of the Water Works reported, 21 men in the employ of the department. Fähiger presented the annual report of the Chief Engineer of the Water Works. The report was accepted, and the usual number of copies ordtrsd to bs printed. Col. Febiger, also presented a diagram of the water pipes that are laid in the streets in the neighborhood of the late fire. And explained that the cause oi some of the engines not getting water was that the plugs they went to the pipe that supplied them were only 11 Inches and in tne other streets they were 3 and 2 inches. No action was taken on the communication. The Water Registrar reported that he had collected $1,488 88, during Decem ber. The following petitions and communi cations were read and referred: Petition from Joseph Stoeckle, asking to have a larger pipe laid to the Rodney street basin, to supply more water. From S. W. McCaulley, asking to have $4 water tax refunded; order drawn. Communica tion from the Fire Department, asking Council to petition the Legislature to grant them an increased appropriation. From Ann Hazzard,asking to have $5 50 water tax refunded. Granted. Col. and had read NEW BUSINESS. On motion of Mr. Johnson, an order was ordered to be drawn for $228 15 to pay special police on election day. On motion of Mr. Chandler the Public Building Committee were instructed to have the market wharf repaired. M r. Baker, presented and had read the annual report of the Chief Engineer of the Surveying department. The report was accepted and the usual number of copies ordered to be priuted. Mr, Pickels, preseuted assessment for curbing and paving, and on his motion the clerk was instructed to have the amounts entered in the lein book. Mr. Pickels, called up for third reading the ordinance making the annual appro priations. The clerk read the different for interest which was as follow units I nterest ami State tax on funded debt. Com. of sinking fund. Sum annual payment, April 1. 1877, payment of liner eent. on $8k,k50, sinking* fund re deemed Oct. 1,1877. Sum annual payment Oct. 1 1877. Payment of j>< 050, sinking fund, red April 1, 187.. Redemption of city bonds due and payable April 1,1877 loan No.'.I, ordinance, August 15, IStki,.... Redemption eilv bond, due ami payable October 1, 1877, loan No. 0, ordinance, August 1U. 1800,.*. Redemption city bond, due and payable July 1, 1877, loan No. 4, ordinance passed Mar. 21, 1801... Redemption water loan due and payable July 1,1277, loan No. 5. C. S. It. Redemption water loan due and payable Sept. 1,1877, loan No. 20, C. S. R. iy.llllj (10 i ,000 oo . 2.GW 50 1,000 0 « lit. Oil 'ineil 50 1,000 00 i ,ooo oo 1,250 00 0,000 00 . 0,500 00 After reading the interest account, Mr Pickels, held a short consultation with Col. Febiger, during which Mr. Baker moved to adjourn. After a short debate the motion was withdrawn, and the or dinance was again taken up. On motion ot Mr. Pickels, the first bank that ofPub lic Schools be filled with $05,000; Mr, Chandler, moved to amend by inserting" Pending the vote on the amendment a very lengthy debate took place, Col. F ebiger stated that everv one knew his position on education! The Board state? that the Council was bound to appropriate the amount asked for but as they hail failed to comply with the charter in not asking soon enough he thought that Council could not appropri ate the amount that they saw fit. MrJohnson,said that he was notprepar cd to argue a technical point of law .If we have a right to give them the amount asked for let us give it to them. If we have not, let us cut it down and let them ortgage their property. Mr. Chandler wanted to know where thu law sai<l that Counril could doa»sth6v pleased. Ho then read from the charter the law bearing on the case, and continu ing said that the Board could not carrv on the schools for any less than the amount asked for; and that amount asked tor was only a little over $16, per year a head for each scholar: and if we fail to educate the children of our countrv, it would fall into an anarchy. Mr, McGlinchev, said that the wo educate our children to make mont like the present one the would have an anarchy. Mr. Lynch stated that he was in favor of education hut thought the schools wore very poorly carried on, as it took half the winter to fix the heaters, and half the time the teachers were out of town. He though the grammar school was all right hut if a girl did not go there dressed in si Iks, and a hoy in broad cloth no atten tion was paid to them. Mr. Dickels, was a friend of education hut thought that theBoard should retrench and furthermore the council being a levying power could give the hoard w they saw fit. After further remarks by Messrs. John son, Febiger, Chandler'anil Downing the amendment was put by the President aad lost by a very decisive majoritv Ou motion of Mr. Baker, Couucil ad journed to meet ou Mondav eveniuuat 7:30 o clock. ® more agovern •soouer wo tax hat PLVMBKKH. _ Wtf. 8. WATT, No. 1009 Market Street, 1'LüMBER, STEAM & «AS FITTEK, All materials In my line of kuslneae con ftantly on hand. Wilmington. Aug. 2d. 1876 tf ^NDUKW MCHUGH. PRACTICAL PLUMBER, Steam and Gas Fitter, No*.>01 Walnut Street, Wilmington. •»"Plumbing, (las and Steam Fitting ot all descriptions executed in he best manner, at the shortest notice, and on moderate terms. jy27-6md TAMES BRADFORD. J PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS, CEMENT & CALCINED PLASTER. Paints, white lead, red lead, white zinc, irou paint, lubricating oils, linseed oil, sperm oil. lard oil, neats foot oil, coal oil, Tilden & Nephew's varnishes, English var nishes, alcohol, turpentine, paint mills, paints ready mixed, artist's materials,wax flower materials,deealoomanlupictures, nil kinds of foreign and domestic glass, stain ed, ornamental and engraved ; coach paint ers' material, stencil colors, ladders of dif ferent lengths, ready glazed sash, gold leaf, bronzes, vermlllions, looking gloss plate. NOS. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. N. B.-Particular attention paid to IIOTT8E and SHIP PAINTING. SIGN WRITING. CHEAP COAL! POUT Has reduced the price of his ENTERPRISE COAL ONE OOLLAR.PER TON.! West and Water, and Orange and Water ma. 0SB.PU FOUT. Offices: nSel-t.'4th. l87d.—tf PIANOS.; ■PIANOS. For SiStO & OltCJAXS Foi- «15 ami II j> will'll«* |Kor Cash or Instalments, at ROBELIN [A BRO'S WARE ROOM 8 (UP STAIRS.) mayl7'73 o p jHijN i N'a SPRING AND 8UMÎ1ER;: DRESS GOODS: DI.AOIL SXXjK. specialty* Enolish Walking Jacquets, SPRING j WE Alt, KREISCH FOULARD, FRENCH & IRISH POPLIN 8HAWLS, CASSIMERE, WATBK-PKOOFS, TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS. M. L. LICHTENSTEIN, 226 Market Street,! WILMIGGTON. WILMINGTON WAGON-WORK,"). Constantly on hand and made to order, EXPRESS, MARKET, TRUCK, FARM GERMANTOWN AND SNEATH'S PATENT TILTING WAG ON8. CARTS, PUSH-CARTS A BARROWS, Als«, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS which are being sold at cost, Including PLOWS, HARROWS AND CULTIVA TORS, All Nos. of the Moore, Wiley, Peacock and Heckondorn Plows, with or without centre draft. REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPT! LY EXECUTED. I * :BLACK»aiITHIlVG In all'its branches. givenjt« Particular attention &Tt r HORSE-SHOEING All diseases of the foot,and eases ot lame, ness incidental to shoeing or fust driving treated under the, ** Dunbar System SUCCESSFULLY. 1 interfering invariably cured in one shoe Knuckling and knr e sprung horses are l m ni eu lately hr-nefltted and left in condition lotbeaid of whieli nuture soon eflects manent cure. f Lameness from corns Instantly removed. mmediate relie! given in cases of acute ounder. Diseases of the above nature, and various others pertaining to the foot and leg.hereto fore considered incurable by the "(JU School'' Veterinarians, are, by a Judicious application of the Dunbar 1 and cured. Anatomical specimens exhibited at the oinee, showing cause and effect. Having been at great expense to ncqulre a thorough knowledge of the subject, and being the only smiths In tlie State to whom Mr Dunbar has Imparted bts valuable method oi treatment, I am prepared to forw U, f WOr5t tas<; Ule P ublic may bring I employ only competent men! and sonally supervise all operations OFFICE 111 AND 113 ORANGE per system, relieved per STS. DAVID WOOLMAN. 0*> BE *-4 a THE M HATTER, >o. ä. East Third -Street, Wilmington. Del Now is the Time TO BUY YOUR STOVES ? AND GET TOUR Heaters Put in Ordeï. I have just reduced the price of all Cook ing, Parlor and Heating Stoves to suit the hard times. Call and see the prices before you buy. R. MOKK1SSON, Cor. Third and Shipley Mu. N. B,—Heaters Cheaper than ever. novB-tf WE ARE GOING TO PROTECT OUR 8 U$T 0 MH &8 and have taken hold 0(3 LOCKWOOD'S PATENT Adjustable Screens, -. Which have the following advantages : No more Spoiled, Paper, No more']DUST, No more FLIES, Mo more MOSQUITOES A Nice SCREEN for Every Window, at rrilling Cost. 1, Cheaper than any other,^ 2, Can befitted to any window in a minute and more perfectly than any other screen! 3, Can be removed, or raised instantly 4, Can be used at top or bottom of window. 5, Allow the window to be at any height. 6, Can be rolled up when not in use. occupy in g little space, and not liable to injury. 7, No nails, screws or glue in its construe tion. Neat, light and durable. side the cloth is fastened to a - tORgue, which fits loosely in a grove This ••tongue" may be rolled or unrolled for different sized windows. 10, The middle piece has a screw cut on one end by which the cloth is madetUMt and the frame is held firmly in the * In* any height. 11, Cloth protects better fromdustthan •• .1 5 and equally well from insects. , On Price Only 50 Cts. Eacn Price, Only 50 Cts- Each ,.2, n f„?° zen wiu be delivered expresaage be aentT y o n n B ?? nK T or thev - wiu De sent O. D., if bo ordered. „ eiarmn e tnem, and nlao see our ÄwsTd»7 10 ' " Per H ""«lng8«d n.^ el îI or ^® ment * 1,a ™ arrived and we now th/ritv® w g "v l ,orc f ol teG ,er nanrera in the city. Work now done vntheut delay ». B. BALL «V CO., 517 MARKET STREET, Opposite City Hall. my 13 dt-i NEW BOOKS, As soon as ublished. All the New Magazines Newspapers, (Dally and Weekly.) Blank Books, Stationery, Barnes, articles Anri a very large assortment of both lor ornument and E. S. R. BUTLER'S, 420 MARKET STREET WILMINGTON, DEL use, at 4 anll H. KENT A CO.,I Importers and Manufacturer's Agents for IRON, IRON/ STEEL, STEEL, HARDWARE, hardware AND COACH MATERIAL. Have the-Largest Slock of Goods In the NO.' 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND AND 212 ORANGE STREETS, _ Wilmington, Del. 210 Agents Every wherc^to' Wanted t»I!d le Ken P i*. te, iî Cromi Self-Closing Ink sed ^ Prof ll V*"' 1 St B,ght wherever Ink ts sea. i rolits immense. Sample is con tu street. Maplewood institute, n°un C « RDVILTiE ' DELAWARE CO. \J 1 a., Boys *4.ß0 per week, Girls *4 no' deou-wly Principal. BOOTS ABB SHOES, JAMES MONAQHA5 usrzœw Boot and Shoe Store, N.W. cor. Second <$t Jefferson S â\ Having laid i„ a f . " / J V nj.,nt of Gentlemen* 11 ,*? Misse« and <;i>ii,i. n •."•d __ Shoes, Gaiters ïiK * all of which arn mode of K<o»l V.o., l< " b> in workmanlike manner I supply the citizen* of Wïltnh! clnlly with nil goods In mvin* to suit the present financial* • Î . " l p ' Custom work a specialty ami guaruntpfsl. 3 •" ,lu '»atIMkr The public aroconllally lnvlte.li«». a call and learn my prices U Jlop:, < decl5-3m<l JAM ■V ES MONacir, THE PLACE TO 8U| IS AT THE NEW SHOE S10S "IOa ll csl -Second sir« Where you can get well made ? und dm BOOTS AND SHOI AT EXTREMELY LOW PB1(| T h , "IC," lar <?« Stock o( Gp, Ladies , Misses ami Child»' constantly on hand. mra si J. C. ALEXANDBp 103 West fcJccoffl feb26-ly WASTED SOU MenWomen&Chiidre To buy tlielr| BOOTS, SHOES * GAITER« At the East End Shoe Store, 8. K. C, Ninth and Spruce Sts., where every« vin?ä panlcky prlco ''- Fall audit Buatomer work a specially anil 4 » the very best sty le. Repairing neatly ai?g-My ICC W M. HO Je L OUIS MARTIN, Practical BOOT A SHOE MAK1 414 East Seventh Strew Customer work a specialty, and done In the best manner and "'4 moderate rates. Repairing npa nr pronryiOy attended to. Cal land wa New Store ! New Goodi Low Prices ! AFTER ALVIAFTEKJALL. AFTER, The best argument we can offer thepeo I mù rE * T Fhice* fob Qualitt or Go Thu we do offer in every Boot, Shoe or Gaiter we, sen for Ladles, Gents, Mieses, ud havo a tab *nd complet« stock for the coming season, which ÿthe public to call and examine. LADIES WHITE KID SLPP Ei SPECIALTY. Particular attention paid to CUHTOM WOK 1 we JOHN K. BA1K0C1 8- W. Cor. Second andMi • pr24-3m NO humbugI enure ÄT" 1 ,M KcUlns u t HOOTS & SIIOl] At and Jtelow Cost to Close Business by Februar)' next Store Fixtures for sale. T. F. PENNINGTOl 110 Fast Second Hiij nov22-(l3m P RESTON AŸARR, PRACTICAL WATCH MAS And dealer in Alerican and sd U W ATCIII CLOCKS, JKWKL0 Jfc SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, SILVER W'ABI NO. 305 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Dei.. Particular attention paid to r.-paih ail It« branches ; also, changini' sw glusses. lias a good assortment old constantly on hand. The public is cordially Invited tool examine my stock and learn my prw JolO-'TS I 407 MARKET ST. UENJ. S. CJ Is A Hi A full assortment of SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WAT CÉ JEWELRY and SPECTACI & Constantly on hand and for sale at* est market rates. Particular and pj f^ntion given to Repairing any afl the above line. J A fine assortment of Spectacles«^ ly on hand,and sole agent for the CeM Diamond Spectacles. C. I. BTJSII, hasremovedto 229 -MARKET STREl A LARGE STOCK OK WATCHES, JEWELRY,! AND SILVER * Constantly on hand* REPAIRING promptly aH mar29-'75 J^INDLING WOOD OAK AND FINE, PER LOAD DELIVER Look ITere WHAT A GREAT HEAPEP'jj LOAD OF OAK AND l'i 5 ] WOOD, and only $1.5d. I ABBOTT & McKI>4 Shop 510 OraniPl $1.50 BUSH'S Philadelphia jFreiglit Second Wlmrf above Chestnut, Frencli Street Wharf, AP PROMPT AND;KEU1