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Navigation. .
Transportation.
1 Erl hÔCÂ'L' STOCKS.
coal (in* Company.
JBank of Delaware. ...
rational Bank.
ktional Bank.
fl iKViL ami 'Brandywine
faon City Loans..
IKroS; first Mortgage...
k gsililoail, extension........
|nd Heading, first Moitgage..
be Fire Ins Co. . ..
[won 4 Western R. It.
K It. K. Stock.
[lLM.MGTO.N- MARKETS.
Ltminoton, riel. March 8, 1877.
does at the Brandywine Mill» for
id Grain-Corrected Bally,
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Flour.
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ILADELPHIA MARKETS.
Wednesday,M arch"—5 P. M.
I continuel dnell; sales oflSOObbU.;
vsolA slid Western extiaat *5 87*
„ends exira mmlly, medium, a
0. do., eood, 87 23; choice, *< 50:
.-„nia Ohio and Indiana do. do.,
I and choice, at *7 a *7 75; Patent,
I choice, at SO 25 a 10 23; with Keu
■ hi Bulls ranging tbe same, Hyc
I sU'iidv with sales at >4 23 A 4 Jljtf.
L-The Wheat market is dull,'with a
Uow bushels — Pennsylvania red at
L 7 amber at $ 1 M. Pennsylvania
iM.an'1 Western whito, in Jotx, at Fifth
is. Ryclssingg!sh,andhe!dat7(to. A..
fe'Äive n andpr 7 eVr a Ärely
Hid Sales of 35.000 bush. Southern
Bmirula yellow, in the cars and
Eoi.soil, lit-St*c.; yellow, afloat,
■lerr« terms and yellow, sail, ot
lo. b. Oats.— 1 The market Is firm, 115
1 , , . , ot „'Vîi
is ÂÏ'primS; and Wretern R
lied at 37 c. he receipt« to day Are
iw lino bhls. Four. 2400 bushels
. toon do. Rye, 11800
do. Malt, 50
I and
,
tb«
bushels West«*
8 ' Of !
12.000 do. ( '<
I. looo do. Barley,
Whisky.
Iky—P rice*have declined, 100 bbl*.
tern iron-1 mai no sold at *1 00 per
I
AHEI.PHIA, WILMINGTON A of
LT1MURE RAIL ROAD.
rtelphia ami lutenneillate Stations,
», 11 . 00 , '
RAILROADS .
Novf.mbf
27th, 1K7I7.
will leave Wilmington as follow»
52, 10.45 a.
. —00,4.30,7.20, of
,, H 12 4 A
' '
nore and Intermediate Stations,
noVand Washington, 12.32 1 55, Ho
a.i2.sn, i.og,. 3.19p.m.
* tor Delaware Divlslan, leave lor:
at e, .,.00,6.00. SJ5, a. m. 1.30,0.30, p
lr.g and imeimediateStations,5.00, at
1.6.30 p. m.
r and Intermediate Stations, 5.00,
and Nt
York, 2.o:a.
ii..
.SUNDAY TRAINS,
itlphia and Intermediate
I
lore ami WaOiteMnJ*/« 2 *?,*',? 1 '
ii-tlicr inftirmation p^wngc« am
to the time tables no«t«i at th7
H. F. KENNEY, ,
Superintendent. ,
. J.
.
EV1AL NOTICES. I
FssWi-n.» ti> .
MDKGl S Bi er Wlfli! flf Imn I
" kaownmf"■ " 11UU 1
>s,attended with symptoms Ond,^
: to exertion, loss of incmorv lifl' I
rireathlnt!, general weakness llor
Hfî.,5 1 • servons trembling", »
u terror of death, night sweats,"old I
âl B lïl.sj Î 1 *or s , 7,0 i *k 11 < ■ r,
.lor/noiiK appetite wltb 8 < iivsn«mre
hniuTs. flushing or tüelxid V I
Pallid countenance anJ >
the bsek ^n" ' ' purifying I lie blood
r a ,Y l .V l ' !iS P l .me eyelids,
n|»mrv snftnsJm£,Gn orc l *! c eye»
attention, etc r n!!'Ll°^. of s , l * ht '
» from n weakness, and to'rermire
® i-C Ki-nkki.'s Bitter^Wlmfof
Æïi» 1 ,'. Thousands are now
r el l!,,"' 1 " have used it. Take I
re of counteefei, ,,
KumtePs Bitte? m? mer , R wh <'" they
cel's 1 xi rP r w ine of Jron
*i & r . Wln .n 0fIr0 " iS PUt Up
ely put0 Mij as a yellow wrap
' WÄÄ WlUl th0 P r '>
A l»»ys h,ok rîîîï? wrap per of ep.oii
tside, aiui »ou w!fi Ul ? P lloI< '8raph on
! genuine y si U nïr iLor ays su rc to
«raexws an'dÄ 18 ' or Klx tor *»•
1, deak, rs everywhere.
• Kcv» M ? R , tJI °VED ALIVE.
;">ï hn'kSuîïlS »yrup never falls
! xsei, thetmi»ï?. st °mach worms,
hkoves Tunc wnr,L cc< I ss tol physician
tead.anü nofesnmif n ~ llou rB, alive
"»eteachMinre 1 " 1 removed. Com
other worms pioK? won u be remov
'or clreuine , reat lHy destroy
? rt, i Ni!uh™ ar , o Br. Kunkel, No.
looyoiirdruetn?!' p h'l»delphla, Pa.,
ukel's Worm*« ask f< ir a bottle
falls. " or, u Syrup. Price *1.00. "
mar 6 -im.
etaüob«
t black s
:
It
hiW th * *»«h.
bowels,Bath Sponge.,
Straps' Hn.î'u vai j!' ;, y- Also
friction G love^f 1 4c ' ' of hor,e
**<'1 the ;wn ,ejtoJEs *'* d man Y other
c 'orn? r R ^!i H| j R ST A CO..
Sixth and Market Sts.
Hishreme!, llllM,b ' ,ut ror »»
'"MisSsrr"»'"""
.„JESS
by**' K »>1 Kil^' «rushes, Hand
- cN&sSàte-Sî:*'
1,1 and Market Sts.
•.BwIVa
..is* 1 ""®"
ANd "llOKERg.
gt nts fQ "«te«?,' E "toanceon5to
■feâÏStoVjîï Inman
^Europe, ° reat Untah. and
b *nk Ers
to »H 0u
- res First v ° R
^^{Bank stock.
FIRST EDITION!
-, -a
Ilia W '( Smi ' le Sid
ter pike to Mount PlaLnUnn,^)"^ ' , T . h
:rÄ» "f b iä -
h , P !! , * onal property, 103,
consisting of stock and farming utensils. ' pleted
• I was
were
No.
cupied
had
they
not
and
tlieir
lira.,
This
plied
ed
scene
the
Mr.
on«
him
and
same
were
shoot
was
was
to
1
Personal.—S ussex Davi», Esq
tor in Chancery in Philadelphia, is i
tlve of this city, being
Col. Samuel Davis. Mi
mas
a na
a son of the late
f. Davis had two
sons, the above mentioned one and Del
aware Davis, Esq. He also raised Mrs.
Gaines who claims tlie ground upon
which New Orleans is built.
OUKHTV—The Philadelphia Enquirer
of Tuesday says: -'How long will it he
before the City Treasurer of Wilmington,
Delaware, Hon. Francis Vincent's pi
of a direct railroad connection from New
York, to rekln, by way of Behring's
Btralte, and from there by a line of road
in the neighborhood of between latitude
40 and 50, to London, with branches to
Calcutta and Bombay, will be adopted. A
man may then go around the world with
out changing his seat or couch.
Ian
FibeThi 8 MoRNiNG.-The alarm this
morning, about 3 o'clock, was caused
by tbe burning of a one Hnd a half
stcry frame house No. 410 E. Seventh
street.
The house whs mo old one, and waa
owned by E. H. Hanf, jeweller No.
15 E. Fourth street, snd st the time of
the fire was unoccupied. Ii is thought
that the fite was the «oik of in in
cendiary. Mr. Hanf's loss will amount
to between $050 and $700, insured for
$4U0 in tb« New Castle Mutual Insur
ance Uumpiny. , !... •
~ '- L ;iFr Bai.es—S heriff Grubb, sold
öl lowing properties yesterday
— —<m at the Lafayette Hotel:
LotNowl, property belonging to John
Ai HcDowéll, located on Kennett Turn
pike, to Union Loan for 4600 .
Lot belonging to ThomasB. Lewis, 84
by 114 feet, at Eighth and DuPontstreets
to George W. Bush for *8110, subject to
Of $2200.
a two story frame house in
road
tie,
at
619
iust.
a mortgage
.Lot with
Christiana Hundred 14 by 75 feet, at
Fifth and llodman streets, property
A.. E. deNonnandle, to Excelsior Loan
*"««* 4 >n which was a mortgage of
Lotot ground with four framehouses
thereon, at Fifth and Rodman streets
ot property Of A. E. deNormandie, 75 by
115 feet to Excelsior Loan, for $300, on
which was a mortgage of $000.
R Lot ° f ÇMnd*ndJtwo story brick at
Second and Searlei atreeta, property of
George Chrisden, 15 by G5 feet, to Wm.
Powick, for $300.
50 Lot of ground and soap bouse at Third
I and Orange street, tbe property of R. D,
Hicks, deceased, to James H. Rav, for
, $10,000.
tb«
fate
of
W
#2
I Suiti'Bisau Again.—R e-y- Geo. A.
Latimer was decoyed into the house
A of Mr. W. W- Cook last night, after
prayer meeting, where be found about
forty of his Bible class awaiting him.
Tbe company proceeded to tbe dining
room where abounded the good things
of this life. But the most acceptable
4 A feature to Mr. L. was a group of ata
' tuary presented to him by Mr. Henry
W. Morrow, on behalf of the class.
55, Ho replied in fitting terms, showering
his blessings on them, for thefutnie,
and spoke feelingly ofthe pleasant
p a9 t a book was also given him, and
at Ibe conclusion of the ceremonies
Mr. Morrow was the recipient of a
5.00, beautiful boquet by tbe iadiea. Tbe
company dispersed at about 12 o'clock.
all
of
y
ne
I Hotel Changes.—H enry Bradley the
present proprietor ofthe Borrel Horse
am "°. w ' cm Front street between Shipley
th7 and Orange street, has leased the hotel to
, Wm. Bavlis a farmer of Landenburg, Pa.,
, who will take possession on March 25tb,
J. T. Kelly, the present clerk will remitin
. with Mr. Bayhs.
I Morns Fagan, fora numbsr of years
hostler at the above hotel, has leased
the place now eccnpied by Wm. Carroll
I No - 10C Shipley street, Mr. Carroll will
1 remove to tfce hetel No.9 Market street,
now occupied by Mr. Whelan. Mr.
lifl' I Whelan will remove next door, now oo
llor cupied by Dennis Bradley who has leased
» hotel at Stanton,
I _ » - - _
< ■ r, Funerals Yesterday.-T he funeral
G*® late Thomas Massey, who
V I kilIeJ on Monday last, took place frtfm
anJ > the residence of his brother-in-law, No.
26 Wilson street, Rev. Mr. York, of
Washington, D. C., conducting the
eye» funeral services. The fnneral was a very
ht ' largeonebeingattendedbyalarge num
,jer of members from the different fire
companies in the city, including the
now chief of the department and his two
Take I assistants. A delegation of the A. Q. of
G.F. of which he was a member, were
they
Up
wrap
r '>
ep.oii
on
rc to
*»•
falls
alive
Com
No.
Pa.,
bottle
"
-im.
j
also present. _ _ _ _ .
The funeral of the late W. C. S. Poul
Hon, who died in Philadelphia, a tew
days ago took place from his sister s resi
dence in Montgomery street this city
yesterday afternoon.
Stray Wails.
No police e tees last evening or this
morning.
The Historical Society will meet
this evening at 7.80 o'clock.
The City Council chamber is being
tbaroughly cleansed.
The number of tramps in tbis cily it
slowly decreasins.
The fire watcb on the City Hall ran
the bell this morning until tbe üre was
out.
If you wish to get a superior article o
tea or coffee, go to Sharplesa' great T ycoon
tea store, 111 West Second street. tf.
City Council meets this evening.
-Happy" Cal. W*gner's Minstrels at
the Opera House on Saturday even
ing.
It
Also
hor,e
other
Sts.
A meeting of the democrats will be
held in tke Jefferson Club rooms thiB
evening.
King's Good Samaritan Cougli Syrup
can't be beat for the cough that comes with
toe measles. Buy it 1 Try tc. arid he con
It only costs 25 cents, and will
»»
Hand
Sts.
vinced.
save dollars.
From the Troy Timet, March 18,18<4.
Peruvian Syrup is a standard remedy
for building up and reuewmg broken
down or nervous constitutions. r or
vsnepsia, Debility, Liver Complaint,
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, or part of
the many irregularities of the various
organs oï the human fram., it is a sover
eign remedy. It is a tonic without alco
hol This medicine is too well-known
already to require any commendation
from US. It is only necessary for us
say™hat those who have never gi ven 't
tri y al that it
SpÄtem Älhe hot months of
8U M«n r Ä *1 abottie. Bold by all
druggists.
I)
Inman
and
Newark,
by
Esquire
Sti e
WORKMEN BKQAUED IN LAYING A DRAIN
INTERRUPTED BY THE PROPRIETOR.
, T . h v ' 1 1 ordered to be laid
äsäsä
103, 10« and 10« E. Water street, was com
' pleted on Tuesday so far as the bouses
I was concerned. Yesterday two men
were sent to commence work at the house
No. 105 owned by Philip Plunket and oc
cupied by J. H. Lavery, but after they
had turned the brick« on the pavement
they were ordered off by Mr. Lavery, and
not wishing to have any trouble they left
and reported the action of Mr. Lavery to
tlieir employers Messrs. Gawthrop &
lira., who notified the committee of the
Health Board having the work in charge
This morning the above committee ap
plied to the Chief of Police for aid and
officers Cannon and Gibbons were detail- ,
ed to protect the workmen. About !):30 ,,
o'clock, Mr. Plunkett appeared upon the riank
scene in great haste calling upon, the street,
workmen to desist, as he did not care for the
the Mayor. Chief of Police, or Board of and
Health. The me continued to work, and taken
Mr. Plunkett went up and took hold of
on« of them and endeavored to make
him desist. The police then interferred
and told the werkmen to continue at the
same time Informing Mr. P. that they
were there to protect them.
Mr. Plunkett thereupon threatened to
shoot the first man that would not stop
working, and started into the house but
was taken hold of by officer Cannon and
walked away. At 10.30 o'clock the work
was still going on, the police remaining
to protect the workmen from all inter
ference.
1 xdh ilte. 1 t
Water
on
The
Harlan
Institute,
reaigned
King
4.
and
a
ry a«
pies
past
ranter,
heavy
dall's
paint
of
ing
tated.
Tbk N. Gauge Railroad.— The coi
porstors efihe Narrow Ginge Rail,
road between this ciiy, and N»w Cos
tie, give notice Ihm books will be
opened for subscriptions to Hie same
at the office of Victor DuPont, No.
619 Maiket street, on Monday trie 10th
iust.
of
at
of
for
ern
to
The thoughtlessness of people is so
great in regard to watchfulness against
colds, etc., that were it not for the won
derful curative power of Dr. Ball's
Cough Syrup, we should shudder at the
fate of such.
of
terly
show
have
WANTED.
W ANTED—YOUNG WOMEN AS
Boarders, at M25 Mardet street, the
Young Women's Boarding Home. Board
#2 per week ; washing 25 cents extra. Ref
erences exchanged. Apply at
mli-lf. )025 MARKET STREET.
of
now
L.
ing
l>r. JO. S. TliomaM,
Late of the Colton Dental Asseci
ation.
Entire Practice devoted to the Painless
Extraction or Teeth, with fresh and pure
N 1 TK.OUS OXIDE GAS
A Lady in Attendance.
OfBce—905 WALNUT STREET,
Philadelphia.
■augliw
and
tlie
North hide.
Hour«-!» A. M. U> 5P. M.
Nil
j
•M!
a
Easily digested by dyspeptic and weak
stomacos, a a 1 at tlie same time containing
all that is necessary to nourish every part
of the human body. Alter being thorough
y tested by gentlemen of high reputation In
ne medical profession, It was Pronounced
Superior to any other preparation.
nov23-ly-eod Woolrich A Co.,MIS
all
EXECUTORS' SALE
OF VALUABLE
the
to
Pa.,
will
Mr.
oo
frtfm
No.
of
the
very
num
fire
the
two
of
were
to
REAL ESTATE
IN BRANDYWINE HUNDRED, NEAR
WILMINGTON.
N pursuance of the provisions contained
in the last will and testament of Philip
j Merce. deceased, the undersigned will offer
at Public Bale, on the premises, on
SATURDAY, MARCH THE lOTir, 1877,
At 2 o'clock» p. m. 4
All that certain tract of HEAVILY TIM
BERED WOODLAND, situate on the Wil
mington and Great Valley Turnpike, two
miles from the City of Wilming
mile from DuPont's Powder Mil
taining about THIRTY ACRES, HEAV
ILY TIMBERED bounded on tlie north
by the road leading from the aforesaid
turnpike to the Messrs. DuPont's works ;
the east by the above ment ioned turn
pike; on the south by lands of E. I. DuPont
& Co., and on the west by lands now or late
of William Murphy, deceased.
The above sale will be positive, to close
the estate, and the prrperty is worthy the
attention of those desiring to invest in real
estate, being tbe most valuable timber land
in the vicinity.
Terms of Sale:—T en per cent, to he
paid when the property is struck off, the
balance on delivery of the deed on the 1st
day of May next.
ELIZABETH M. PIERCE, Ex'trix.
GEORGE W. SMITH, Executor.
S. C. Shabplkv, Auct'r.
feb 28 -wlt dinars.
a
toil and one
Is, and con
It
H
E
F
.
Poul
tew
resi
city
Administrators' Sale.
W ILL be sold at Public .Sale, at the res
idence of J. Raimond, on the road
leading from Glasgow to Elkton, on
Thursday, the 15th of March, 1877,
sale commencing at 10 o'clock, a. m.,
The following described property, to wit:
4 head of horses, two of which are
g°°^ driving horses, the other
f 1 horses, 4 milch cows,
heifers, 1 steer, 3 yearlings, 1 yoke «T3|
of good working oxen. 4« ewes, emÊàammm
shoats, Bcrkshires and Chester Co. whites,
chickens, turkeys and ducks, 1 farm wagon
nearly new. 1 Germantown wagon, 1 dog
wagon, 1 York wagon, 1 mill wagon on
springs, l ox cart, 1 hay wagon, l set of
single carriage harness, 1 double set of w*
gon harness, plow gears, Heckendom plows
1 A harrow, 1 pair of twin harrows, 2 culti
vators, 1 sulkev, cultivator, nearly new;
forks and shovels, 1 roller, hay by the ton,
1 grain fan, 1 com sheller, l straw and fod
der cutter, by Casho; 1 endless chain, two
horsa power, by Wheeler; 1 threshing ma
chine and cleaner, by A. Wilson; 1 har
poon, hay fork with tackle and rope, 1
wheelbarrow, ox chain, crowbar, corn hoes,
1 Champion combined mower and reaper,
self rake, nearly new ; h.alf-busliel and hall
peck measures, grain bags, together with
kitchen and household furniture Loo du mé
rous to mention. Lot of meat.
Terms.—AH sums of S20, and under, cash.
All sums over «20 a credit of 6 months will
begiven, by the purchaser giving a banka
ble note with en approved endorser.
FERDINAND JANVIER,
J. RAIMOND, Admr'i
■"W. J. Lank. Auctioneer. mar8-w2t.
this
meet
being
it
ran
was
o
ycoon
at
even
good working
be
thiB
Syrup
with
con
will
remedy
broken
r or
of
various
sover
alco
us
't
of
all
■pUBLIU SALK OF CATTLE.
Tbe subscribe! s wi* sell at u
Red Lion, East Marlborough,Ch
Pa, on
ublic Bale at
ester county
MONDAY. MARCH. 12. 1877,
at 1 o'clock, p. m.
FIFTY HEAD OF COWb,
Fresh and Springers,
And a Lot of Young Bulls,
Also a lot of FAT sIIEEP, and a number
Ewes and Lambs
ol
SILL A BAILEY.
feb28 a
Webb A. Nichols, Auct'r.
ïioonl Mnttei
Kb-aitointkii. —Win. McKeown at
Newark, was reappointed Notary Public
by Governor Cochran, and sworn In by
Esquire Frazier on Tuesday.
, _ _ __ v _. ,
,, Act ident. Yesterday morning, as
riank Cannon, residing on Seventh
street, below Lambard, was sliding down
the banisters at No. 5 school, he slipped
and fell, breaking his arm. He was
taken home and medical aid summoned.
ria %
Special
The.
The Wilmington Institute. —D. W.
Harlan has been elected a member of the
Executive Committee of the Wilmington
Institute, in place of William M. Canby,
reaigned
iMFROvr.MiNT.— The building No 232
King street, lately occupied by Knowles
4. Co., u a wholesale and ret til oyster
and produce depot, it being torn out snd
a very handsome new fv .nt put in pr -
paratory to being ocfcui ied by E. A. Pst
ry a« a house furnishing store.
ofthe
Senate
They
New
Geo.
War;
M.
eral,
tary
made
the
ate
to
deal
of
Sions
den.
cans
some
be
but
off
days
the
Mr.
Mr.
till
they
was
after
that
the
be
its
and
was
a
Heavy Loss.— G. F. Rust, who occu
pies the Downey farm in New Castle
Hundred, has lost six or seven cows the
past season, from some disease. He is a
ranter, and the loss to him is a quite a
heavy one.
it
Fingeb Amputated.— Alexander
Bennett, an employee at McLear & Ken
dall's carriage factory, while grinding
paint yesterday caught one of the fingers
of Ids right hand in the'cog wheels,mash
ing it so badly that it had to be ampu
tated.
U. S. Court. —The U. S. District
Court met yesterday morning, Judge
Bradford, presiding. A decree was issued
for the sale of the Wilmington & West
ern R. R., by the trustees named in the
e. The sale.is made returnable
to the Court on May 8 th next.
F auk — The president and chairman
of committee on lectures and entertain
ments ofthe Y. M. C. A., pronounce ut
terly false the statements made that a
show to he given at the Institute Hall
called '-Banyans Pilgrims Progress Ta
bleaux," is under their auspices, as they
have no connection with it in any way.
The W. & N. It. R.—The purchasers
of the Wilmington & Reading R. R.,
now the Wilmington <k Northern, at 12
o'clock to-day, will meet at the office of
L. W. Smith, 707 Walnut street, Phila
delphia, for the purpose of electing a
president and six diret^ora. The meet
ing is held in pursuance of the act pissed
February 22a, incorporating the pur
chasers of tbe above.
Bei.teu Stock. —We invite the atten
tention of farmers generally to the belted
stock which will be sold at the sale of
John Johns, In New Castle Hundred, on
Wednesday, tbe 21st inst. His heifers
and full bred bulls are very fine, and
well worth the attention of buyers gen
erally. They are worth looking at, as
tlie contrast between them and the com
mon stock is very striking. For particu
lars, see advertisement.
In
Juvenile Carriage Work «.-Messrs.
Swope & Coxson, Nos. 751 and 753 South
Third street, Philadelphia, are largely en
gaged in the manufacture of small car
riages, hobby horses, sleighs, team horses,
velocipedes, wagons and wheelbarrows,
all of which are finished in workmanlike
manner, and sold wholesale and retail at
moderate prices. Delawareans intending
purchase anything in the above line
should call at their factory and salesroom,
where they will find a large assortment
from which to make their selections.
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The Minstrels Last Evsning.—
About eight hundred persons were
iresent at the Opera House last cven
Î ; to witness tbe performance of tbe
ebrated Haverly's Minstrels. The
performance of tbe company only ad
ded to the already wide reputation as
a first class minstrel troupe. The
pioces and acts were all new, aud tbe
dutch soDgs of Master Barney, and the
dancing of Primrose & West, espec
ially their champion clog was espec
ially admired.
P
one
Smyrna Eleclion _The municipal
election in this town was tame beyond
precedent. Only 20 votes were polled
and there was only one ticket in the field
It was as follows:
For Alderman, H. G. Budd; For Town
Commissioners, George W Taylor, John
H Hoffecker, Robert Hill, Samuel Catts.
Thomas E Jefferson, John Cosden and J
Welsley Denney; For Treasurer, John
E Collins; For Assessor, E J Golt.
This is tlie old Board, with the exceii
tion of Mr Hill. He takes the place of N
F Wilds, who declined a renomination.—
Times. __
Tbe Triumph Truss is a marvel of
mechanical ingenuity and accuracy and
hence if properly adjusted will hold any
Hernia in practice, when tbe Triumph
Rupture Cure, will infallibly and speedily
cure it. These wonderful app"
sold at 1315 Chestnut street. PI
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road
wit:
are
other
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two
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hall
with

cash.
will
fiances are
sold at 1315 Chestnut street,"Philadelphia
and334Bowery, New York; where the
Truss i» warranted, and the Curs Guar
anteed. Send 10 cents for Descriptive
Book, to either office.
tf.
recommended by the faculty
Allen's Strengthening Cordial and
Liver Pills.—They have cured thousands
of hopeless cases where all other known
remedies have failed ; this, too without
of the horrors that attend Surgery, pr
the heroic medical treatment. They are
worth a whole army of Doctors. Try
them and be convinced. For sale by all
Druggists. ianl8-d&wly.
Earthenware Manufactory
COR. OP ORANGE A WATER STS.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
I keea constantly on banda füll assort
ment of CROCKERY WARE, made In
the best manner, ami sold at price« to stilt
the times. Also Yard Vases, Hanging Va
ses, Gardeners' and Green HousePote. All
artloles in iny line mado to order at short
notice GEORGE ZEIGLER.
nov8-6m _
PRACTICAL FARMER HOTEL.
ON THE PHILADELPHIA PIKE,
6 miles from Wilmington.
E. J. HAUGHEY,
Proprietor
at
county
H AVING taken a new lease, I would in
form my friends and the public that I
am prepared to receive travelers and give
first-class accomm ouations. The table will
be supplied with the luxuries of the season,
and tho bar tilled with choice wines and li
quors. The house will be remodeled and
Jsfurnlshod in the spring, when it will fa
▼ >rably compare with our best hotels. Good
■tabling, sufficient for the accommodation
of 20 head of horses, and ample room for
dB'kven*. The public are respectfully Invi
ted to give me a call. feb!24-3ind.
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SECOND EDiriON
FROJI WASHINGTON.
Special to the Baltimore Sun.
The. Cabinet Nominations—llow
the
Senate Received Than—A Lively Dis
caution—Maine the First Objector —
Alt'the Nominations Tabled for De
ference — Unprecedented Action.
Washington, March 7.— The names
ofthe new cabinet were sent in to the
Senate about two o'clock this afternoon.
They are as follows:—Wm. M. Evarts, of
New York. Secretary of State; John
Sherman, of Ohio, Secretary of Treasury:
Geo. W. McCrary, of Iowa, Secretary of
War; Richard M. Thompson, of Indiana,
Secretary, of Navy; Charles Devens, of
Massachusetts, Attorney General; David
M. Key, of Tennessee. Poffmaster Gen
eral, and Carl Schurz, Missouri, Secre
tary of Interior. The cabinet was all
made up at ton o'clock this morning, and
the names would have been sent in im
mediately ou the assembling of the Sen
ate but for the fact that alter consultation
was determined to assign Mr. McCrary 1
to the War Department instead of the
Department of Justice, and assign Gen.
Devens to the latter department. The
nominations undoubtedly give a great
deal of dissatisfaction to a large element
of the republican party, Including such
Senators as Cameron, Blaine, Sargent and
others, and also many of the most active
workers of the party, such as Wm. E.
Chandler and men of that stamp. Exprès
Sions were heard to the effect that it
would have been just as well to have ,Til
den. It was said by some that in the
whole list there were but two republi
cans Sherman and Thompson.
When the Senate went into executive
session this afternoon it was proposed b;r
some Senators that the usual form should
be followed of congrming new cabinet
appointments without delay. To this the
democratic Senators made no objection,
but frbm the republican side there came
numerous objections, Air. Blaine leading
off with a strike at Evarts, ^wliose nomi
nation he moved to refer to the foreign
allairs committee, and the ugly spirit
which has displayed itself In the last two
days was much more marked now that
the eyes of the public were shut out.
Mr. C'otikling moved the reference of
Mr. Schurz's nomination to the finance
committee. A number of Senators de
manded the reference of Mr. Key's nom
ination. It was then insisted that the
nominations should all lie on the table
till the committees were formed, and that
they then should be referred. Mention
was made of the A. T. Stewart case, when
after the hasty confirmation it was found
that Mr. Stewart's appointment was not
lawful. One Senator called attention to
the nomination of Senator Sherman, and
asked that in his case at least the usage
be adheared to, as it was the invariable
custom for the Senate to confirm one of
its members when nominated by the
President tor any position unanimously
and without a moment's hesitation. It
was also thought that Mr. Schurz should
ceme withim this usage, as he had served
a full term in the Senate.
The Chair asked if there was any
objection to the immediate confirma
tion of Mr. Sherman.—Gen. Cameton
«ponded quickly and snappishly, '
object." Tbe venerable Pennsylvan
ian said it was better that all tbe no
minations should goto the committees
and be considered. He said be bad
reat regard foi iiis friend tbe Senator
Ohio (Mr. Sherman) and liked
it
?
rom
him very much, but he must say that
he did not like some of that Senator's
ways of late. Tbis was understood to
be an insinuation that Sherman was in
a more or less degree responsible for
tbe make-up of the cibinet, and tbe
old man. who is very sore over his son
Don being left out, was determined
visit his vengeance upon Mr. Sherman
along with the rest whd'm he holds re
sponsible for the Blight. The conse
quence was that the Senate adjourned
leaving all the nominations unacted
•o, which is an unprecedented act.
be that tbe nominations will not
may
be confirmed for two or three days,but
there is little doubt that all of them
will go through. The strongest oppo
sition by the extreme radicals is to the
nominations of Messrs. Schurz and
Key, and of the two they would
finitely prefer Key to Schurz.
Gen. Cameron in conversation
night said he meant not to relax in his
opposition to the nominations.
said Pennsylvania should not be Bnub
bed and Ignored without receiving his
vigorous protest. He said he would
fight the confirmation of Schurz
doomsday,and has no idea that he will
be confirmed, or Key either,
thought it monstrous to put a democrat
iu tbe cabinet. He does not fetl
amiable mood toward John Sher
man, whom he blames tor everything.
Many prominent Pennsylvania repub
licans of the Cameron stripe are now
in the city, and they openly denounce
Gov. Hayes.
After the adjournment of the Senate
tbe democratic Senators bad a caucus,
aud it is understood informally agreed
to support the nominations under
assurance that tbe policy ot noninter
vention in behalf of Packard
Chamberlain will be faithfully carried
out. It is ascertained, howeve, that
proposition was made ia the caucus
to abstain from voting on any of
nominations „f Gov. Hayes on
ground that he was uot ibe lawfully
elected President and the democratic
Senators Bhould not recognize him
such. The proposition did not meet
much favor, although it is believed
that several democratic Senators
pursue that course.
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A STRANGE OCCURRENCE.
even gunpowder refuses to recog
nize HAYES.
At noon yesterday the "Old Guard"
Brooklyn tried to fire a salute of one
for each State in honor of Hayes' inaugu
ration. One gun was christened "Hayes"
the other " Jvheeler." The "Wheeler
went off every time, but the lanyard
the Hayes gun broke three times in
cession. At the forth attempt the
was discharged. "A cartridge for
da" was called for and rammed home,the
lanyard was examined and found all
the word was given, but the primer,
the delight of the Democrats present,
flzzled out without discharging t le
The next trial was successful, but strange
to say, when Louisiana was reached
-»rimer again failed and the gun missed
Jre. The salute was fltally completed,
but the " ITheeler" gun did nearly all
tiring.
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and
fa
for
THIRD EDITION!
THE PRESIDENTS SOUTHERN
POLICY .
MR. KEY'S NOMINATION FOR POSTMASTER
GENERAL—AN OLIVE BRANCH
TO THE SOUTH.
I
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Washington, March 7.— Well inform
ed friends of the Presidentassert that the
nomination of Senator Key, to the cabi
net was the initial step in the develop
ment of his policy of seeking to disarm
Southern distrust and to promote peace
in that section on the basis of justice and
protection to all. Mr. Key led a Confed
erate regiment during tbe late war, and
was the democratic Senator appointed to
fill Andrew Johnson's vacanev. But at
tbe late seesion of Congress he was the
first to make a speech from the démo
cratie side looking to Bouthern pacifica
tion through tbe conciliation or and co
operation with tbe incoming republicau
administration.
MR. KEY'S SENTIMENTS.
That he and the President would be
able to harmonize was made sufficiently
clear to tbe latter by the sentiments ot a
private letter addressed bv Mr. Key to a
lersonal friend on tbe lOtn of February
last In which he said: "I am ready to
do all I can to restore confidence and
good government to the people of the
South. This can only be done by a bear tv
fraternization of the sections, for which
I have labored. If, without requiring of
me the sacrifice ot any personal or poli
tical independence, you find that my
name can be used for tbe good of the
South in your best judgment, you are at
liberty to use it. Ir I were to become a
member of an administration I should
not feel at liberty to place myself iu op
position to its general policy but should
feel bound to build up and strengthen it
in the hearts of the people; anil if the
time arrived when I could not heartily
co-operate with it, I should resign. As
matters are in the South I could be more
useful to our people by an independent
position and if, as I hope and believe,
the administration will develop a broad
and liberal policy toward the people of
the South, 1 would not hesitate to incor
porate my iortunes and self with it."
THE APPOINTMENT.
This letter was laid before Mr. Hayes,
who found't entirely in accord wiili his
own sentiments and lienee the tonual
tender of an appointment to Mr. Key,
after an interview between these gentle
men last evening which established the
identity of their respective views on the
Southern question.
the dividing link.
lu the Rocky Mountains there is said
to be a house so situated, that the rain
falling on one side is carried to the Pa
cific, while that falling on the other, is
carried to the Atlautie. So there are
places in life where one overt act changes
prosperity, health, and happiness, iuto
disaster, sickness and early death.
America many thousands die annually
of consumption, anil yet Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery will, in its
early stages, effect a perfect and perma
nent cure of this fatal disease. It cor
rects and purifies the blood, thus striking
at the root of evil. When complicated
with catarrh, sore throat, and hoarseness,
use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy in con
nection with the Discovery. If the liver
be tomid and bowels irregular, use Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets. Ï or
particulars of treatmeut, see "The Peo
ple's Common Sense Medical
**■) pages, SI.50. Address the Au
. v. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.
Iu
Adviser,"
over 900
thor, R
It.
SOLDIERS MUST OBEY.
Washington, March 6. —It appears
that there was a small muttoy at tbe
arsenal yesteaday.
ordered to fall in to march to the
When the troops
were
city and take part in the inaugural pro
cession a nnmber of soldiers declined to
obey, because they did not believe Hayes
legally elected President, and they were
put uuder arrest for daring to have con
victions.
It
H eather Report.
Washington, March 8,1 A. M.
PROBABILITIES.
For the Middle and Eastern States
northeast to southeast winds, rising
barometer, increasing cloudiness and
stationary or lower temperatures. The
rivera continue stationary or falling.
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SWOPE & COXSON,
Centennial
Juvenile Carriage Works (
Hobby-Horses,,
FACTORY AND SALESROOM,
Nos751 and 753 ? Third Street
PHILADELPHIA.
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