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FINANCIAL. AMD COMMKROIAL-.
Ûihûi or tu Daili Commxr» 'i ai,.
Wilmington, Del.. Jan. 2, 1872.
The National Bank of Wilmington and Brandy
dividend of seven per oeut :
and after the
4.45,
10.90
1*69,
I9.es
lw.io
to
for the last sit montlis.pavable
lOtb mat
Quotation* tamtohed biK.IL Kob
Co, Banker* 4thand Ma rketers.,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., to day.^H
tnaon k
«old. .
0. s. ayje.
. ioi,s
118
110 '.
ue\
119*4
111s
lies
I > I
4.M,
: IS
118
8.90,
1» 40'S.
alou Paclflcu.
and
66 60
A00
(The
CITY ITKM8.
OTThe new Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.,
is contentent to all the places of amusement.
Poultry.—A good rapplf of Turkeys, Geese,
i and Chickens at the Farmers' Market, Eighth
8.90
Sale
Dnoka__
and Orange.
City
tr wiki Borne.—A fine lot of wild Ducke, English
d Or
Snipe and Partridges, at Fish Stall, Eighth
ange.
let of One
nice fresh
haddock
BIRDS .—Just received, a large
dgea, at Eighth and Orange; also,
iAke shad, rock, amelts, flounders
codfish. ______________
tar Our custom work Is all made by hand at
ami 90S MAR KET STREET.
IV Mi*>«a\ chlldreu'8 and Infants' shoes, In great
variety, at 904 MARKET S TR EET.
WTOur g«nto' double and single sole
K lers are unanrpaased, at BABCOCK
Market street.
c:..
:
It
rpady
and
A BKO.'S
Tolice
cratic
A
by
street.
At
Esq.,
to
eld
irPoll and Winter styles, ladles' and misses' fine
BABCOCK A
NMJ
oes and gaiters ;
BKO.'H, 20« Market
street.
.—There's nothing
nHeful, ornauioBtal, suitable
a pair of fancy Blippere, such i
prices to suit your purse,
and 208 Market street.
eomfor
eptable
* selling
Babcock A Bro.'s, 206
WWT For a Pr*
table,
WW~Fxteneive Furniture Store.—The attention of
d varied
the public Is called
x'k of furniture
King street. There
State of Delaware,
for office
dated by this old
their
houses In
the v
J. A
h nothing equal to it In the
d persons wanting furniture
dwelling can doubtless be
d reliable firm. They make
goods and sell at prices a.» low as the
the large eitle*
large
Harman, No. 410
r".
tr Manon é Hamlin Groan Co.'» celebrated Or
gan*—This Company are the leading makers of the
world, doing a large business In the principal cities
home. They make several
other maker. Prices
$300 sud upwards.
of Europe, as well
times as many organs
reduced since Oct. into, ffto
Also, Geo. Steck A Co.'s Plano* Haines Bro. s and
Bradbury's Pianos. For sale In Philadelphia only
at Gould A Fischer s, 923 i liest.. ut aud ISIS Arch St.
No.
and
Tlie
UTTO BR SURB.—U Is a fact pri'tty generally
known amongst gentleman, especially well-dressed
gentlemen, that our German fellow-citizen, Julia 11.
Mdhansen, at No. 4in Klug street, is one of the
capable and tasteful merchant tailors in the
hand a
Fire
tion
with
is
asM'itinnu
city. 11s
of goods for winter wear,
and mostly purchased bef
persons wanting clothing mad« promptly
factory as to fit and price, should call on
quality,
the ris« In the market
, and
and
tm~ Deafneee, Elimines» and Catarrh treated with
by J. Isaacs, M. D., 1*ro fesser of
Diseases of the Eye and Ear (his specialty) in the
Medical College of Pennsylvania. 13 years experience
fformerly of lasyden, Holland), No. 806 Arch street,
Phlladelphl* Testimonials can be seen at his office.
medical faculty are Invited to accompany their
putleuts, as he has uo secrets in his practice. Arti
ficial eyes inserted without pain. No charge for
examination.
the utmost success
a
bowed down by nervous d«
recovoriug the vigor and
we earnestly recommend Dr.
Walekh's Calikohma Vinioak Bitters. Before
they have finished the first bottle, they
restorative principle
Ill'll- hrnken-down systems and hope will spring up
in their hearts. No case of dyspepsia, hllioasaess,
intermittent fever, rheumatism, gout or kidney dis
ease,can resist this unequalled vegetable tonic which
is unpolluted by any distilled
ter i ■
blllty aud despair of
mien of manhood.
f"Cl III.
8.
the
every portion of
•geianie ionic wnu
fermented liquor.
*ar LA DIFS' PRKSCB KID
DUTTOSRD BOOT, VERY SICK,
7
M*le to measure for t&oo,
its
At 711 MARKET STREET.
ir LADIES, MISSES and CBlLDRh S'8 SHOES
in great variety of styles,
POR PALL AXD WIXTBR,
Will be sold at wholesale manufacturers' prices, i
THE LADIES SHOE EMPORIUM,
711 MARKET STREET.
tar PURCHASE YOUR SHOES
At No. 711 Market street, and
profit.
Ladles' Leather Buttoned prime home-made,
as low as
LadleB' Leather Lace,
Misses' Leather Buttoned fr«
retailer's
I
make,
f
82.(9) tr> $3.
1.76 cents up
76 ce
Iren's "
" " Buttoned "
Other goods at prices in proportlu
warranted
$l.Ub up.
War LOOK, LADIES! LOOK I
26-cent Stocking
26-cent full regular Stocking.
26-cent superior fabric Stocking.
The 96-cent Stocking is offered
gain In qosllty
sale. Mr. Finn
which win
Children's regular extra ,
Children's fancy colored Stockings, 25 c
2ft cents, men'r ——'— --- —
so cent, goo«l, full formed, Jean Corset,
cent, superior woven Corset.
,'oraet.
a sreclal >•
«1 price. It already has a large
also opened lines of finer grades,
sold cheap. Also,
long, 28 cento and up.
s superior full regular Stocking*
|l circular go
Linen Shirt Bosoms, '.oweBt price*
linen hemstitched hdkf*
Napkins, Table Linens, Towels, Blrdeye, Ac.
JOHN M. FINfo,
•r Arch and Seventh stree
PIKladelplil*
12 e
S. E.
sep2«-eo«L
VK8T.
86-CKKT La nits' V
86-CXNT Laiuks V
This is a good weight, sightly, Merino Vest,
though lately Introduced, sells well Mr. Finn Ii
also opened lines of laities'. gents' and children's
Underwear, which will be sold at the closest price*
81 00 Ladies' very superior Vest.
11 3o La<»ea' Saxony w
Oue
id
Children's British Merino Shirts,
grades, juBt opeued. Prices desirable.
76-cent Gents good weight Me
$1 no Gents' fine Merino Shirts,
fl Co Genta' fine Saxony Wool shirts.
JOHN M. FINN,
S. E. corner Arch ami Seventh street«,
Mill'ls.
i
delp
A FULL htoc k of
S. F. WHITMAN & SONS'
F I N E »CANDIES,
JUST RECEIVED,
FOR
TIIW IIIOLIDAYH,
AT
W. II. ALLMOND A B.'.O.'S,
Eighth ami Market strwt* Wilmington.
CARD.
ANNA BARNEY would Info
_ ii that she is
Cheap Boot and Shoe Storo
form«'riy kept by her husband (now dece
4 .,
the GtlxcnH
of Wiimlngtoi
u
ed),
I0.I E. Fourth Street, Wilmington, Del.,
next door to Simms' Drug S
nov28-eod-8m
N KW
Mourning Store,
1 Î520 C 11E8TN L T T ST.,
Phllndelphln, l*a.
Full Stock of New DRESS GOODS,
Fuff Stock of New SHAWLS,
Eü °! ' KI »-M «ntl CRAPES,
Full Stock of New SILKS,
At Lowest
Possible
Prlc«n.
New and Fashionable Suits
Ready-mstlc and to ord«*r. Mourning orders
pleto In every detail. In a few hours' uotice,
Sole Agents!" renovat,i ' 1 by a new patent process.
A. MYERS ÔL Co.
»Vl7-2m _ ■
R KTMLEHH, TAKB NOTK'K_At KICK'S you
nan get » hewing and sra«»klng tobaccos at cits
vea. toD93.tr N. STuir. SBÖOlftj A FRENCH.
( 1 RAPES. GRAPES. In Uve
JT boxe* For sale by
<1 three pound
4 JAMES MORROW,
arket and 910 Shipley street*
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE
long
order
matter
thias
the
at
the
T.
V.
F.
8.
Uallrwad II—r*.
Wihnirujtvn for Philadelphia,
4.45, 8.10, 10.80 a. rn. ; 18.90. 8.00,
10.90 p. m. Sundays 6.80, 10.90 p. m.
Wilmington for Sew Tort,
l.Ma.m.; 1*90 and 5.49 p m.
Wilmington for Baltimore,
1*69, *08 and 10.09 a. m. ; tue and mt p m
Wilmington for Barrington,
I9.es a m. (freight with passenger car attached) amt
lw.io a. m. ; 4.96 p. m. (There is a 1.00 p. in. tram
to New Castle.)
Wilmington for Coateeville, Reading, Dethkhem and
P otU m ille.
4.00, *48, 1.16,
hei
b. I
4.M, and 10.8O a. m. ; 8.90 and s.oo p. m.
Philadelphia for Wilmington,
; 9.80, A00, 6.00, 7.0»', ».
Sundays ».00, 11.80 p.
Train» arrive from Delaware R. R.,
; 3.56, 10.00 p.
8.90, 11.00 and 11.46*
and 11.80 p.
A00 (from New Castle) 10.16 a.
(The latter subject to delays.)
Train « arrive from W. et R. R. R-,
8.90 a. m. ; 9.40.1 tin and 816 p.
tables for further particulars.
WSee
New Advertisements, This Dus.
I llaanoe.
Heitor pup lost.
Bush's Freight Line.
Hardware—Truman A Shaw.
John Davis, Merchant Tailor.
Small house
Flue Stationery—Dreka, Phlîa.
Situation wanted In a Grocery Store.
Sale of Groceries and Fixtures—P. Hasson,
Great Bargains—Homer, Col! ad ay A Co., Phil*
City
could
lic
duo
of
ing
M.,
the
duly
John
W.
K.
D.
IL
8 ;
son.
8.
P.;
J.
rooms wanted.
The Delaware I.
evening.
It is stated that Motud**. Dure A B<
rpady liave orders for $75,000 worth of railroad
Association
eta tk.it
al
Tho amount of tines for Docembor,oolleofed at
Tolice Headquarters and paid over to the City
Treasurer, is $49.
Wm. H. Lam boon, of New Castle Hundred,
announces himself a candidate for tlie Demo
cratic nomination for Sheriff,
A wagon, loaded with grain, broke down al
Second and Markot streets, ta day. aiiout iionn,
by which the contents were emptied int i the
street.
At the election for a Trustee of New Castle
Common, to fill tLo place of Elihu Jefferson.
Esq., deceased, on Saturday. Dr. J. J. Black
electod without opposition.
New H«
to organize a
of the 6th ward.
eld thin evening, at Temperance Hall, on 7t
street, below Spruce, for the furtherance of sucl
purpose.
Company.- A movement i
eompany in the lower
There will he a meetin
foot
I ■
hav
P.
Removal. — Mr. L. T. Woodrow,
tailor, has removed his place of business fro
No. 6 West 6th Btreet, to the 8. K. corner of 7th
and Hhipley streets, in the Kxchango building
Tlie prosent store is a much larger
, atul in a better bush.
bam
Jo
«■blent
locality.
K.
>U8.—The memb
Fire Company wish
Messrs. Joseph Gould aud William Miller
butchers in the 2nd street Market, for the dona
tion fo a barrel of beef. each, to be given
with the thousand loaves of bread, distributed
the poor, yesterday. This certainly was a
generous donation.
Gk
of the F
return their thanks to
Hose
Sc
ket
of
for
n Wa!
■' Aid.—M r. P. Allen,
sic teacher, who rigides at No. 107 West 7th
d whose family
ported, w
ek. He bee
Sunday aftemoon ho
isliment of
all awav, it is ro
ick with the small pox. last
very ill Friday night, and until
without food or nour
kind, when two gentlemen in tho
neighborhood hearing of his distress, procured
a nurse and physician. Since then, lie
having proper attenti«m.
Lb

Dr.
up
dis
I
at
III.
The L
8. Henson, D. !>., of I'hiladelphia, will deliv
lecture
the auspic
Church, iu the hall of tho
thin evening. Those of
had
: Ne
Hall.—R ev. r
of
X
" Money or the
of the Delaware Av
Calf," undor
Rapt i
I Masonic Temple,
city who have not
hall,
will open at
the opening of
ipportunity of inspecting tlie
th s evening,
liour previous

(lie dt
7 o'clock,
the lecture.
J.
Insurance on
ready stated that tlie New Castle County Mutual
Insurance Co. has given notice to Council of
its intention to increase the rate of interest
"City
Cm Mill.—W c liave al
i
«m tho City Mill, and the action of
Fathers" in the premises. Mr. Foulk.the chair
of tho Committ
'ublic Buildings, has
with the officers of the C
y, and succeeded in obtaining the abatement
-half per cent, of the proposer
and has re-insured the mill in that Company.
Ml'I
II.It'l '•
I
Si «
; Sc
Km I
nt.— T he animal
festival of the Sabbath School of the Central
Presbyterian Church, was given last night. At
early hour, iu spite of the moist and threat
ening weather, the spacious school
filled with the young ami happy expectants.
After a brief religious exercise, tbe scholars
* conducted to the vacant room adjoining the
-bool room, and gave free and noisy expression
) the privilege accorded them
fun." They were treated to cake,
candy, and dismissed. At a later hour a
of the members of church and cougregatioi
ubled and spent an hour
oial conversation and the interchange of Chris
tian salutations and good wishes for the
just opened.
f
up
have their
up.
SG
in pleasant
large
r
kkkoumanceh.—M iss Li
pave lier fifth performances i
old Union Church, last eveniag,
audience. Her m ain
a V. Klim
this city, at the
a mystified
. tderful ami
highly satisfactory to the audiences which have
gat hcred
Ttness her performau
father, who is her agent, will
that she is enabled
means of spiritualisti
intelligence ami power ini]
Blake, unknown to either himself
Re this as it may—whether by spirit influences
slight-of-hand « to w Liob
attribute it, tuoro csjtecially si
experts
Her
ot say. directly.
perf
influences, hut attribute«
ed by
«laugh
those feats bv
1
Ä.
•ureiv bound about tbe
id release themselv
eye) 1
publi«' respect, and w
<1 to
Ii
price*
than she
twinkling of
entitled
all who have not
nvail themselves of this

entertainments
would advi
itnessed her performan«.'es
enitig's opporiuuity.
id
to
The C
street«,
T
cr'h Office. — Joseph L.
affable ami efficient City Treasurer,
ejit himself simply with'the renova
as to make it comfortable.
.ts, e<]ually
e to the
sn of the Treasurer
Killgore,
did 11«.
turn of his office
but lias made other improv
endable and of real imp
city. Heretofore the bind
lias been conducted i
a« to
a loo _ .,_
»tail great labor upon the
incumbent of the postiou. But Mr. Killgore.
will, great sagacity, lias conceived a systematic
inode of transact ing the busmens of his office
and has provided himself with books which
wlnle they bear the evidence of the honesty of
Ins transactions, also facilitate tlie discharge' of
business bv tho thorough systo
xluce. Every dollar paid away is entered' and
ceipted iu a cash book, and under each appro
d its amount is kept a careful acc<
«>r the money taken away from it ho that iu both
it is onlv tho work of a m<
I
Which they i
;
M
finely tho fi
•ial condition of
i'f
city.
Oiiftine^M mul Trade Report.
Tl
hsunoi of the Christiana to clear of i
day. hut tlie i« o remains heavy at the Ht*
Shoo, tip the Delaware, though u
iyat
GtlxcnH
The Larges of Messrs. Bush's
freight lines left for Philadelphia,
o'clock.
Tlie
»-day,
11
•ho«
Mar;i E. Cayuv, loa«le«
\ Hons, cle
I with
<1 this
meal. Ly Mossrs. I,
ling, for Now York.
Owing to change of time in running freight
trains on the P , W. A B. W. 1(.. freights to be
slapped North, will Lo received up
: going south, up to 4 o'clock. P. M.
Yesterday being Now Years »lay. trains Nos. '2,
and is, and the Wilmington extras of the 1* W
A B. it. JL, did not run, and cons
monta were all by through trains.
Tho following are the through shipments
by the P. W. ft B. through freight lines:
" of machinery for the Jackson A Sharp
Company, from Jersey City.
Jessup A Moore o
warehouse, iu New York.
12 o'clock
• pioutly ship
do
On
«•ar l«jad of pap
to their
The Diamond State Iron Company Mhii»ne«l
four car loads of iron to New York. '
Carpenter A Wilson, one
, Ohio.
loail of in
Mo
Vc
1
■ar loail to Z u
ville. Ohio.
The Lot »dull Carwlieel Companv received one
car load of old iron from Lynchburg Va
F'V» MrlM.la ctco»! «hi|'|, K l t0 Mi.ldlclowii,
Del. l»v the Wilmington A Reading Bail road.
process.
Co.

Police Cc
Win. Austin, a young lad of vicions habits.w*,
arrested for throwing a brick at a gentleman
sitting in tho parlor or Mr. Myers, on 6th street,
below Spruce. He had & hearing, before the
Msvor this morning, and was fined «2 and cu»i„.
id held to bail iu tho sum of *200 to keep the
peace.
There was »
tva» fined 50 cent«}
you
cits
pound
for boing drunk, which
Horlrdfk.
IA »DU B unUANUCBD—EUCcTloN
[Communicated ]
Friday evening, December 291b, 1871, was one
long to be romemborod by tbe members of the
order who participated in the moat pleasing
matter of organizing a Lodge of Knights of Ty
thias at Felton.
The Urand Chancellor, Jermau J McMullen,
accompanied by four of the Graud Lodge Offi-
, proceeded to Felton, as per prevl
rangement, who were there met by a number of
the members of Central Lodge, No. 1U, located
at Dover, and were taken In charge by the
ngers and quartered at the commodious'hotel
t by David II. Niven; it wan not long however
-they were given a furlough, when they
proceedd to the Hall and duly organized Active
Lodgo, No. 14, Knights of Pythias.having fifteen
charter members, with the following o
the ensuing term :
T. P., Peter 8. Cooper ; W. C., Chas. J. Mills ;
V. C., N. J. Wilhams ; It. 8., Win. N. Bostick ;
F. 8., J. Dunleary : U . David H. Nive
8. J. Simpkins ; I. 8 . George Duhorty ;
George Co
This Lodgo commences its work under the most
favorable auspices, and well may it, from the
character of its members,l>ear tho name of "Ao-
preliminary business by the
again taken
charge of and escorted to the hotel of Brothor
Niven, where they w
ovntKUH.

J j
rewarded
A
rewaided
Jam
I
hei
b. I
flnity
Apply
>V
for
A
; G.,
Ü. 8.,
\V.
bond
Chapel
citizens,
'■m
Who
Ject?
. After
Lodge the Grand Officers
sumptuously
tertainod with everything that Ute i
could wish. llro. Niv
eminently
qushfled to supply the wants of a traveling pub
lic and we henpeak for him that encouragement
duo to one who is evor watchful for the ootufori
of his guest. Knioht.
Masonic Notice —At tho 17th Annual Meet
ing of the IU. W. Harmony Grand Lodge, A. Y.
M., (colored) for the State of Delaware under
the authority of the M. \V. National Grand
Lodge, held December With A. D. 1871, the fol
tdected and
duly installed : Absalom Black. R. W. G. M ;
John Dilaliav, It. W. D. G. M : Wies Junes. R.
W. 8. O. W ; J. J. Brown,It. W. J. G. W ; James
Williams, H. W. G. Treasurer: Wni. II.Caldwell,
K. W. G. Secretary ; P. N. Caldwell, H. W. D.
D. G. M : Beniamin Milles. U. W. 8. G. D ; Jas.
IL Joues. U. W. J. G. D ; A. Todd. It. W. 8. G.
8 ; Win. T. Baker, B. W. J. G. 8 ; Win. P. Simp
son. It. W. G. M ; George Carpenter. It. W. G.
8. It ; Janies P. Crozer, It. W. G. 1' : llev. John
Tilghman. It. W. G. C; John Clazett. It. W. G.
P.; Joseph Ü. Walker. It. W. O M. C.
Committee on Charity—lienjaiuiu Millis, Jas
Williams, B. Crozier.
Committee on By-Laws—John Dilaliav. J. G.
Walker, Wui. H.'Caldwell.
Committee on î'orre-1'on 1. ne« N l; Collins.
J. Batson. 1*. N. CaMweil.
Ccmmitt'.f on Fi
>V
jan2
ed Graud Oflicers
Ilf
V ▼
V V
W
' gill
dec
W
teres
W
J. G. Walker, J Dila
hav
parity.
J urisprnden
ahlwell. L. Jones.
Comiuittee
P. N
Committee ou Charters— G. Cart
, Win. P. ltokes.
W H Cel-1well,
1er, J. II
Jo
Wm. II. «
Wii.hinoton, Dol . Deo. 20th, A.
At a meeting of Minqt
Order or Red M
Dec.JilUtli, 1S7I,the following officers
A
1871.
TriLe, No m. Improved
day evening,
elected
. held on
e the
smug term : Hachum. Tim
: Sr. Sag., ( harke Stevenbatik, Jr. Bag..
Robert Moorchous«* ; U. of R.. Harry
K. of W.. Samuel Johnson. Jr.
a
to
Sc
The annual meeting of the Grand Lodge.
Knights of Pvthiae, of the State of Delau
will be held at KuigUts of I'ythias Hall. 211 .Mar
ket street, on Wednesday, the 17th inst, at 10
o'clock, A M.
P
it
The election of officers will be
brought before tlie
g the principal husi
meeting.
Mechanics' Lodge, No. 4, I. O. O. F., at a
«ting hold Saturday evening, Dec. 30th, 1371.
I follow ing members were elected officers : N.
Moore: V. O.. A. L Johnson: It 8..
; P. 8.. Edward Mdutire ;
ro
tho
N
G.. K. (
Samuel ('. Mdutire.
Treasurer, A. L. Muir.
Washington Lodge. No. 1, Knights of Pythian,
at a mooting, last evening, elected the following
officers : V. P., Hamuel F. Marshall; W. ('.. Ed
4 Cochran : R. K .
. T. Harriett : H.
. 8., John
1)
r
win A. Parker; V. Win.
«lx
Wm. H. Brady : F. 8., Joh
Lewis Zeblev: G.. Titus P. Grillilli ;
M. Kelley ; O. 8.. Thomas Scott.
not
at
of
Kith
Al a s
-I
Ring of Louapo Tribe, No. 3.
Improved Order of Red Men, held last evening.
elected f i r the
. John Dixon . 8. 8.. M
I)
tlie following office
ing y
: -Sari
: J. 8.. —Bond;
J. Booth. Trustees, Di
ganist, Fullmer.
I.«
R , J. Maris; K.W.,
. B«>gia, Heister ; Or
of
al
MEETIN« IS
E VF. NINO.
Asylum Lodgo, No. 23. I. O. O. F . at Odd
Fellows' Hall, 3d atid King Htreots.
. No. 3. 8 of T.,
G
d Il.ti'l.t Dix ini
Hall
d Market
has
Hilinauily Circlo. B. ü. C. A. Hull Ml Mill cl
street.
Lincoln Lodgo, No. 3, K. of I\.
Pythias Hall, 211 Market street.
Felow
e«l
the
Knights of
»ii
Star Loi
Jco. No. 1, G. F., at Good
Market street.
Columbia Lcxlge, No. 12, I. O. G. T., at 5th
«1 Market stieets.
At
the
Chris
lall, 3d
:
Lafayette Lodge, No. Ii, A. M ,
Hall. 221 Market streot.
Dataware Degree Council. No. 1. O. l\ A. M.,
**. Mechanics Hall, 21'J King streot.
Delaware F.m ampinent, No. 1. 1. O. O. F. at
O id Fellows' Hall. 3d ami King streets
Masonic
their
all
Ih*
t«-r
l-'iii
The fair held by Wilmington Connell No. 1,
Order of United American Mechanics, at the
City Hall, closed ou Saturday evening, having
b«en moderately successful in its operations.
The handsome National Council Regalia, w
drawn bv Mr. barnuol Pierce, of Washington
nil, No. 4.
Klim
the
ami
have
C
Her
The fai»- given by Good Intent Division. No
Sous of Temperance, conimcitcod in tho Citv
bv
Hall, las
1 will continue t vo weeks
udsomely dec«
The Hall is \
d with
flags and evergreens,
is tastefully
beamy of tin* place.
sal«- i
:gul.
ddeh adds to the
tbe
to
Ui.ruiiK Word«.

The strength and nervous energy <.f
body ought to be increased during
ts of the most
to
i: I u the
place, disea
rat«. I at this sen
ay I«* gei
L.
the
id secondly. It Is
during tlie cuM wn
of
Importance that
r months th.- syst.-t
Hh
island tho
of
Spring miasm t, ami
of Hi
'!ng heat
1er. II
.,_
the
office
which
of
of
and
appro
both
I
ti ll, to tone,
® and Invigorate the «llgeatlvi
I at this period of the year,
I se
Give orga
or all th«
known, Ilosie tor's Si*«
powerful, th
toinachtcs
id alterative*
presei
»«jh Bitters
tin
III
ost agr«*
>!•*. The teni|" rat
o' winter would be
K« If
glorlo
i
Me, If it did uot, unfort
ri ly, bring
ni i
with
a Volum»? of chilling
some wind«, whic'i have a ba
and lungs. These
jcurity for health. Theeffe
give vlg.
h »»le
ihe skin
effect «
i»e guarded agaiust, or there
of a
>f
the But»:
n! t
the
ganizatlon—the supe
well as the
cial
scies
i«l
erual
A regular habit of
dy, a healthy an«l natural flow of blto,
digestion, a goo» I appetite, pure blrod,
circulation of that nu!»l,
lngB derivable from a persiste
stomach Bitters, which not only
the place of the be«
ctivi
«1 a vigor-
mng the bless,
of Hostc'ter's
i
e than suppllti
onlcs, catnarMes au» I autlsep
in their separate forms by physi
the three-foM work «*f In vlg«
ties preset
clans, hut perfo
tlon, regulation
time.
11
«I putiU»-uti«i
.1 no
with
this
freight
be
'2,
W
Sharp
o'clock
ship
GOING TO BALL'S
do
S. R. A CO. 'S,
ise f«»r Paper Haugings
warctiot
i«i window
idea
their
Mhii»ne«l
Will be Sure to Result in
Great satisfaction, ben
assortment of the laten
ise they have i
Styles an.I the
liniuct
u
one
HANGING OR
Labor department is un
GALBRAITH, assisted to
satisfit« -tnm In every
:e for yourself,
1er the c
US "
«»I of MR.
workmen and
guaranteed, so call
817 Market street opposite
street,
the
cu»i„.
the
The Citv Prison
which
Jost «na Jouai
■ OST.— A nearly full-grown BITTERNPUP,
J j white end liver-colored, tall docked, and had
collar •• II. Gamut. • The tinder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving him at
JsnfSt
B
T90 MARKET STREET.
OST. —Oh Deem her 98th, 1871, a gold-mixed
A waterproof CAPE. The Under will be suitably
rewaided u, leaving
Jam -«»
I
F
NO b E THIRD STREET.
Vante*.
■A
JP
1.1
I"
and
lAdverttseznanu of tnr»*e Unes
Itend tim e limes for 60 cents.)
IHNM under
I
AN TKD.-A
for a amall family, by March 96th,
flnity of l ilth and Mark»! «areola, l.v a good tenant.
Apply at jantt-M* THIS OFFICE
mortgage
>V
rooms, Hultsble
the vl
It
«0000
WANTED
class farm. Adi
_ C. H. A , THIS O FF ICE
ANTED—To buy thirty shares of either Mutu
Frankllu Loan Stock.
Orst
A 0 M
brick
\V.
.
Apply at
THIS OFFICE
$1,000.
A FARMER In this county
wants
I
1
gOod
on
borrow $1,000,
bond (lawful Interest), to build a
Chapel on his property, forth«
citizens, who numerically about « quai the whites,
'■m have
Who will volunteer this
Ject? Apply
■hool-house
eilt of the colored
puhllc means of education whatever.
for
"b
i"nt
THIS OFFICE
d. I'.* II
F
situations an.', flip It'anird.
(Advertisements of throe lfnea
this head twteo for 96 cento.)
inserted ondor
I
t
on
ANTED.—A situation
young
>V
a grocery store, by a
who has had live years' expert
es* Address X. X.,
This U ill ce.
e It
jan2 ff
YY'ANTED.—A mechanic f<
cm.
repair work. Apply
. F PICKELS,
9 F. Fourth
Ilf ANTED.-A first-class engineer. Apply wllli
V ▼ reference, to
pec-30 at«
\mrANTED —A good 000k and laundress (white)
V V with reliable recommemlattonH.
888 MARKET ST.
dec30 4t*
7
DIAMOND STATE IKON CO.
I
dec97-lw
W ANTED.—A young man with large b
experience Is open for an engagement
book-keeper or salesman, In any stralghtfo
' gill mate business,
iferences. Address

I
.
an produce unexceptionable
David Lawrence,
dec
W ANTED.—Rook Agents for every Town
Hundred lu the Mate, to sell some highly
teres tin g work* Apply
dec'AMin.
Commercial Office.
id
No. 117 W.
Wilmington, Del.
ANTED.—A situation by a perso
-autlle and
W
had experience lu
■ lirtlll' III
I'iiimi.:», either
parity. Will loau employers a few hundred dollars
oeoarionaliy, if desired ; accustomed
book-keeping; also, to having charge of
manufacturing cstabllshmi
dec26 eod lw
book-keeper
e other ca
■I
• Ap töiS l
"iTW E.
A FoPth^UNlN^h.^LTfc'INKand THREAD
CUTTER. SAVES TIME, THREAD. FINGERS and
TEETH. H<
mailed
DAVIS. 699 Broadway, No
I.
mottling everybody want* Samp
(cclpt of 96 cents. Address GKOlff
w York.
I' H
< 1 K
I
got!«*
ARTXKK8UIP NOTK'K.-I have this day ad
, 1). Kldridgc Richardson,
est in mv business, the nianufaci
P
ted my
of tuoroe
! conducted under
«Ison, Jr., A s m.
JOB, RICHARDSON, JIL
Wilmington, Del., Jan 1st, 1*79.—fit*
it The InislnesH will hereafter
■ of Joseph Rlc
a
;
NATIONAL BANK
BRANDY WINK.
F WILMINGTON A
N

Wll.
, Dm.. Jan. 1, 1872.
>rs have tills day declared a
month*,
at, clear of tuxus.
K. RICK, Cashier.
The Board of Dire
llvldeud of seveu percent, f
and after tlie in
.
1VIDKNU.
I uloQ National Band of Wilmington,
1)
:
r 30,1 **71.
The Board of Directors have t.ds day declared a
llvldeud of 5 percent, out of tin-profits of the last
«lx months, clear or taxes, payable to the stockhold
egal representatives, ou and after tlie
JOHN PEOPLES,
Kith proximo.
Jaul 10
IV1DKND.
3.
I)
Fihst National Bank,
Wilmington Del., Jan. 1st, 1*72.
>ru hav«
, payable
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG,
cashier.
}
The Board of Dire
llvldeud of
day declared a
ock holders
i "' 1
<1.
Janl tf
►TICE.— An
Union will
N'
ectloii for oifin-rs of
held at their Hall, 4th
Till RSDAY, January 4th, 1*79
R. 1Î. GRIFFITH, Set^y pro tern.
SSIGNJIHNT.—Martin Alsberg has made
to M. 1~ Lichtenstein and J. V.
ditors, of all his real
Bakers
I Wal
7 P. M.
l**r «»f
HLBt
A
cl
blc", for the be
talc aud personal property.
Persons having claims against the estate will
please present them immediately, und those ludebt
e«l to the estate will please make prompt payment
the umlcrsignud.
of
5th
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
J. V. KICK,
Assignees for Martin AUberg.
dec27
M.,
at
ATKK DEPARTMENT.
Chuck K
\\
•s OKKtl'K,
}
No.
■o Mark
W'llmington, Del, I
OFFICE HOURS, 9 to 12, M.,
WATER RENTS.
93d, 1871.
«I fr
9 to o, P. M.
The bills for 1S72 an*
pal.
ready f«»r paym«
re the 31st «lav «if Janu
be a Hied. To tin
the first dav of March, ten perce
ot poiil Iwfor«* the first dav of
Will be shut off. See Sec. IÜ «if Wa
T«j
all lulls
ary, 1872, five pi-rcenfi
paid lief«
Ih* added. And II
April, the w
t«-r « »rdlnanco.
or bef
noi
1,
the
Tho wat«*
properties
ot Introduce«!, Is
■ ami place, and dciinqaents
In cases of
FRANK A. TAYLOR,
Registrar.
NNl'AI. MLUTING AND ELECTION 'OF
. Directors
Wilmington A Western Railroad Company
on, Del, De« «'
is hereby given that the annual meeting of
k hohlere of this Company, ami election for
•tors to serve the ensuing v«'
e, (Room No.
Moudav, January 8th, 18
12 M.,
Brandywine
the
e percentage
d«'«'23 ' •'
A
No
Citv
:}
, 1871.
Noth
with
le Dir
I
the
Exchange Building,) on
12 o'clock, M. Polls
•pen fr«>
2 P. M.
W. H. coNNELL, Bocn-tary.
flllll' PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND
J. BALTIMORE RAILROAD COMPANY.
I
•IIIA, IK'. e
20, 1R71.
most
The annual
eetlng or the SUwkhohlers of this
on of Directors will take place
f the Company. In Wllm1ngt«m, Dela
<lay the 8th of January, 1*
•to-jau7 A. Horner, Secretary.
»tiipaijyam
»Ulfe
>u M
1*.
M.
that
N
DTK E.
WlU
A Rkapimo R R. ro.
The annual meeting o
hier
elect
of Direct
will
e, P
, on TUESDAY, Jan.
heat
uy.
»72.
12 M.
dvcls-iauw
.
Hl I. LES,
riVIK PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON ,,
JL BALTIMORE RAILROAD COMPANY.
, 1X71.
\ NI»
:
The Board of Direct
have declared a ««•
cent, on the cai
! dividend of to
I
tin' Company, payable
r the 2d of Jan
' -•
A. HORNER,
led 1-4 w
If
E'
M'TIO.N NOTICE.
bring
•'ihht Nationai. Bank,
. }
»»le
skin
Wilmington, DeL, De«:.
Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting
the Stocklu>l«lers <>f th Is Bank will be hei»
, 1871
there
• I
: In
Banking 11«
ury, p
M. t lo
TUESDAY, the 9th «lay <»f Janu
the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock, P
I tlng Niue Stockholders to
>f
ILT
Directors the
rpose of
suing year.
lecs-tf
GEO. 1). aK.MS'I
I *NG, Cashier.
of
M^OTICK—The
.•ettng of
■kholders
«• Wiimlngtoi
ctivi
«I election for Dlre« u>
vigor-
bless,
A I'liilailclphu Turnpike Company, will
their office. Institut« Uulhltug ou 2d «lay, the 1st
1872, at 8 o'clock, p. M.
-t:u EDWARD TATNALL. Jl».,
>f

•y.
physi
N
In
Nationai. Bank,
, Dec. s, Wl.
eetlng of this instltu
.. , , *lr banking house, on Tl ES
fiAl. January 9, 1.8*2, between the hours of 2
oclock, P. M., to elect nliiu of their number U»
TIu annual atoc
on will be lieh
no

;tors fot the ensuing year.
JUUN PEOPLES, Cashier.
City papers copy.
VOTICB.
Persons wishing to subscribe
Masonic Hall Co.'s 7-UO Bonds
Will ph i
wish ie
Issue« 1, j
leave their names, and tho
*, with the Secretary. T
the Company require,
FIRST OF DECEMBER,
mnt they
Bonds will
I a ( :. I
idea
the parties subsarlltlng
tbacrlptlona are
the
1er In which
J. P. ALI.MOND, 8. M. H. Co.,
«I Market St*, Wll., Del.
in
their
novl3-tf
J^OTICB—I
still at the corner of Second an«
: wishing
French Streets, and auy
•argains In cigars or tobaccm would «lo
greatly reduced prie
be w
satlsilr.l that y«»u
Respectfully,
ir Iona« »'«», would «lo well to call
the lowest. Flue yara cigars
rices. Come down and see n
«! you w
MR.
and
e.l up.
courteously
the right D'ace. Yours,
E. L. RICE, Jr.
»I
call
Jy8,tf
TVfUTICE.—A ttrstrate American
11 hear of a goo«l situation by calling
41 h street. None need apply that cannot
rccoiuinemlatlo
.. girl will
918 West
:r:::g g«Mxl
UOVB-tf.
FOR 98 POUNDS extra family Hour
J. «. MORROW,
1880 Ring
M ALAGA GRAPES. By the k. g ,,r pnuix
8al L ' by JAMES MORROW,
211 Market aud 2lu Shipley
I. For
V<rarßlnfl.
4
j\
by
the
at
that!
their
they
bond
In
B
OAK DIN«,
sep ll «m
•00 DRIAWARB AVENUE.
Jur j?ah.
OR SALE—Stock Slid tilt
grocery end prevision store,
cation: store f o r re n t .
». to.
F
of a flret-c)
a desirable
B
. FOURTH AND JEFFERSON STS. «
Ja 111-at
■A OH SALE—some very d
JP Fourth and Washington
d 'Strebte lota, corner of
street* Apply
A. M. C LOUD, T0» Washington St.
1.1 ARM FtÎR HÀI.K^wlthin U of a mile of the city
I" limits of Wilmington, of fun acres, with a good
substantial STONE HOUSE with seven rooms,
and stone barn, In good eondltion,
necessary outbuildings. There is quite a
thriftily growing.
of
Hum
unie
Jam vt*
the
keep
shall
I
I
young pear sud cherry troes,
It has a fronton the Iancaatar Turnpike, and <
street, as extended beyond t he ci ty limits now
There
land splendid
brick clay, and within a short distance of the bnild
We would call special at
accommodatlng. For
. also, aho
nions of
this farm,
further partlcnlars apply
. :
%
I ma
M. M. CHILD A CO.,
No. 4 W, 7th Ht., Wll., Del.
I .lOK SALE—Dwelling No. 41» Shipley street.,
1 containing 11 rooms, 9 parlors, library, dining
»ms, kitchen, bath room, and live chambers, with
gOod healer In cellar. Yard running back to alley
on Fifth street. 89,000 cun remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORGE JACK,
B«w Market
Jaul-lm
I
oil
lloe,
I'clStf
F 10R SA LE -Three-story brick HOUSE, Na **
«27 W. Fonrth street, with all modern lui-JKg.
provaments. Cheap. Terme easy. Apply to
WM. F. PERKINS.
dacIMf 829 Washington Ht.
their
«
city
M..
all
I A OR HALE.—The Market street HIORKA, Noa.
~ 40«, 60Ï aud 409. Apply to
' :19-lf S. AT. McCLARY.
,!OR SALE—Heveral gienl HORSES audfiV__
MARKS, su liai le for fanners and c>rt-/f»Y
a superior driving horse, at
_ CITY RAILWAY STABLES.
t jlOR HALE—A large lot of new oom on the cob.
Also, a full supply of Western oats constantly
on hand and for sale at the lowest market price.
HCATTEROOOD ALLEN,
W. Front street.
•I"'
p;
cm. AIho,
<!• '.'If
duly
«
'
I
you SALE-That convenle
No. 1119 French street
Terms easy, A. II. OR1MSIIAW,
No. 4, West Third street.
Brick
e-story Brick
in 1. k Ma
a.
e annex
novl7-tf
■ Ault SALE—Ou easy terms,
I 1 Houses, Ns. »17 Orange street,
Monroe street, good Lots and Houses in good or
D. T. HAWKINS,
Heal Estate Agent, No. 404 Market st
I
.h
1
der.
Apply
iiov:i-tf
the
he
jlOK SALE—Houses for sale on West, 6th, 4th,
n Forest, Carpenter, Parrish, and other streets in
A. 11. «R1MSHAW,
No. 4 West Third
F
this elty.
ocUl-tf
OR I AL I,
The large,
Tbi
-story Brick Dm cllln«
.
Nc
ioo:j \vt
I ■
Immediate possession given. Apply to
W. K. A IJ. UAl'SK,
Cor. Front and West.
augy.tf
iK.XOR SALE—a valuaide Market street prope r ty
I. Inquire of M. M. CHILD A Oo.,
Bxclian
Seventh anil
H
nge nulldmg.L
Market hi rsetfi.
D- I'
I
il OR BALK—HOUSES.
1 Five h
One house
near Third Btreet Bridge. J
King street near the Post Office.
One house Thirteenth and Walnut street*
Farms for sale.
Mortgages for sale.
A. II. GR1MHHAW,
Real Estato Agent, 4 W Third St.
1AOR SALK—House 61T West street May be
V dully after 8 P. M. Apply to
. T. WARNER. Jr.,
Market-Street Wharf.
pér
j. BU
A
apm.tr
■ auk SALK—A valuaide West street pr<
I ty, No. 719. Tlie house Is large and
veulent, and built of b«st material and workrnïïïf
stitp. The lia«:k building la throe btorio* and fronts
south, and the whole Is papered throughout and in
collent order. The owner expects to leave the
city in tho spring, aud wishes to sell. Terms easy.
Apply ON THE PREMISES,
Jsn16,tf Tia West street.
a
be
a
|AOR SALE—IIOU8B AND LOTH.-One three M P
r story brick noose with two-story back SHI fr
building, No. 602 W. Sixth street; hot aud cold water
kitchen aud bath room; heater
good order.
One lot 60 feet front on Washington street, bolow
Ninth.
One lot 40 feet front on Linden street, above
Adam*
These lots
the cellar ; In
a
both In good location. Tho streets
are cortiod and pavod, and uo grading is required.
Apply to W. T. WBSTBRt K )K,
Telegraph Offlte, Third
Market,
Or 827 Washington street,
1AOK SALÉ.— if the reader has anything
1/ make it quickly, cheaply and wid«
by publishing It In this column; apply
Jan99,tf 8. W. COR. FIFTH J
nmri T
V.
M.
sell he
oly known
A MARK FT.
I AOR SALE—BUSINESS.—A good and wcll-estab
I? Ushed manufacturing business not requiring a
large capital to con.Iuct it ; apply at
«08, tf TIIIS OFFICE.
■71 OK SALE OR EXCHANGE.—A valuable BAK
I? ERF, doing a good business.
A. II. GRIMSIIAW.
No. 4, W. Third St.
•nier
96 "M
I T^OR SALE.—A valuable business stand, c
. of Seventh and Poplar. J. H. FRAZER,
Real Estate Agent,
Third ami Mark.
e No. 1416 Delaware Avenue,
dern improvement* New ami
complete. Terms easy. Apply
M. M. CITILO A CO.,
octlt-lmeod No. 4, West Seventh Street
■ AOR SALK.—That beautiful property
I 1 "BRANDYWINE SPRINGS," situated al
4 miles from the city of Wilmington, Delaware,with
•urge ami convenient bnlldlngs suitable for a *
er hoarding house or very desirable for s«-v
a Co-operative Home for Hummer.
The Wilmington A Western Railroad passes
th rough tills place making it very easy of access aud
a delightful drive to Wilmington by private road.
Fur terms and further particulars apply
M. M. CHILD «V CO.,
HL, Exchange Building,
Wilmington, imi
dcclft-eodlm*
.. I-.,
AOK SALE.— U«
«
with all the
M.
of
Wa
T«j

noi
familles 1
Is
of
'OF
of
for
No. 4 W. 7
docl1-eo«IIiu
Jot $eut.
1
(NOR RE ENT —T
H. K.0
e of the best
erofThlid and Market streets ;
wii.dÀM Mokkuvv,
> Market street.
I
btam
on
Polls
jaul -t
Nu. t
AND
I Ault RENT.—A throe story I
1 2!t2 French street. Emjulrc
k HOUSE, No.
• •I
janl-3t
TLSON, WOOD A CO
■ AOR RENT.—1 lie second story of the Zion's C.er
v t!1 n ' a, ' tty. Luth. Church Building, S W. corner
•f Sixth and French streets, consisting ot one large
md two small rooms, which have been lately
e d mni of Public Education, for school
Apply to FREDERICK MALTHITZ. S.
•f Third and Tatnall street, or to DANIEL
. V\. corner of Fourth aud Poplar streets.
this
place
Dela
PD
1*.

1 1 -H'
K. I'd
KURTZ. S
I» ' .
»K BENT.—A
•k farm, from flfte
.vrithlnoton minutes walk of Third
C tiiIrdi

M
ty-Uve ae
quality, with good
mlldlng* Apply
«I LOMBARD STS.
S TORE FOR RENT-No. 11 VV. Ninth street;
also, store fixtures for sale. Inquire at
MARKET Street. fehle, tf GEO. W. BALLOU.
1 AOU BENI'. -A nice new llol'SK, suitable
for u small family. Rout |iuo per
inquire of
tie 12 tf
NI»
71»
M
Jan
W. II. PIERCE,
No. 6 W. Fourth bL
[V>R RENT.—S
!
e No.
Mug through to Shipley
'cupleil by us.) Also, large
HÔU5, 7
Market street,
r«*«:L (The
2<l, 3d,
«ou» I Mar
k» t -are» t entrance.
F«»r Hul«*, a large stock of fine walnut, parlor and
utmmbiT furniture al nxiri iiiH, low prfc ! All In
Is of furniture eh«
«»otto
: In
P
to
•y
« all ho«
s are dllt ring all our g
dec 12-if
i
S. A T. Mt'CLARY.
|.v»K BLN I Ih»- large building No 416 E. Front
r street, Wilmington, Del, lately occupied by
»« nt A Les as a Match Factory, with steam power
ittachc«!, suitable for carrying on any kind of busl
* ss. Inquire of THUS. DARLINGTON,
6«'9 Washington street
1 AOR RENT.-Fine large STORE, No. 2«)7 Market
street, above Second ; an» I fixtures for sale. In-
quire of OGLE A MILLER,
- »• cor * Fourth ami King streets,
nov,,r WUmlngton, DeL
t ^oB BENT — House No. 915 Delaware Avu
with fifteen rooms, In complete order:
will sell a frame bulldlug »
for a billiard room. Apply
>f
•y.
ES


of llio lot, built
M. M. CHILD A CO ,
No. 4 Wwat Seventh street,
Wilmington, DeL
sep ltt-tf
POPULAR PRICES
* GOODS
FOR DRY
they
A T
RICKEY'S
»
which
C 11 €5 sa t
11 1
Htrcof,
an«
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
call
Silks, Shawls and Dress Ooods,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
AI. K AN» R RTAII,,
will
West
g«Mxl
A T W II O I. E
Hour
stock unrivalled f«»r
'cut variety unit general
adaptation to the wants of r»u • rs, and dull? re
plenished with the cheapest and choicest offerings
of this and oilier markets. •
VISITORS will receive cocktbouh
whether they purchase or not. o
For
ATTENTION.
< t 2 3mc«»d
(fity OrdlMimrs.
4 N OKD1NANOB providing for the apppolnt
j\ nient of police and other purposes.
Sac. 1st The Police of this city shall be appoint< d
by the Mayor, and confirmed by the City Council, tu
the month of January in each and every year, and
at such other times as a vacancy mar occur, and
that! censla: of a High Com table, two Sergeants of
Police, two Police Constables, and throe District
Constables from each oisirtnt. who shall, during
their official term, reside In the district frem which
they may be chosen. The High countable shall give
bond luji he manner prescrib'd In
In tbe penalty of une Thousand dollars ;
Five Uuhdrud dollars
tbe rev a d statut! s
s -rgeautt
eh, and the
of Police,
Police Constables and blslllU Cous tables in '1
Hum
SBC.
unie
meals.
Dollars each.
It shall be the duty of tho High Constable
absent upon nliklal business, or at his usual
be personally or to have a Folic
the City Hail at all times, day uud night. He shall
keep in close custody all prisoners that may be ar
rested, until their Dial or examination and see that
sentence imposed upon
shall obey the orders of the Mayor
the peace of the city, lie
lie euforecd. Ue|
. on the loft lapd of his coat, a
with the h t UT* Il C. engiavcd
his Police dudes,
the Public
up Committee, and take
kerosene
f lie shall, Hiq
Hi
exeeilt(.d.
all that relates
all noe that all laws
badge of bis oitlo
> • >n He shall
••rclse a general supervision o
(ha I
adi
I amps,
charge of, end k«-*p In as
oil u
pi.»-• •
oihrr mater»* to tu»
ili" Mayor's appro» a', pres«
general and speci
lloe, of the p, lire
i' .
nstablc*. Dbtrli t Couaalos,
nee that they |n rfo
lut tugnineiit
Ma>or. ID sl.u'i obey all
«I of all Special Pollc
their M'Hpictivi* duty,
uegiei't thereof
lawful o?d»*
Hmj
« hull
Mar-.t
city
supeiv
dbtrlr
Mtt>"r. They slial: lie .»
M.. until
April Ut., and fro
eight o'i.Io» k 1*. M.' to -
all lawful ord rs of Utc
b"
f the Mayor.
i. r. The Mergeant of Police, one of whom
he appointed for that part nr thucltye
r.wt. and tho other f >r that n
of Market street,
I «•lie
if the
d shall
lect of doty to
1
1'.
Six
O', lock A. M . flout October 1st
tol.er 1st, from
Ak.ni ut
eight oYl< ck A M., and obey
i Mayor.
The Po.lcc
—shall,
duly 111 all UW-t, day him night, Hi the Police Head
l/UHt tere, MÄH* s'lscnt by permission of the Mayor
« ron offl lal bnslneüH by co
High omis it le. Their ho
»II I»e pi escribed by the Mayor,
hue, «. It »hail lie tlie d tly of the r»ytduo of
Pollca force t«. obey all lawiul o-d.
High cons
pass
her of I hem.
the ordure** of
i
! Mayor, bu
und of ili.* Mayor
of duty resp 'vtfuily
«•r tlto Mayor
Me. in patrwilng tin Ir rcNpnotlv« dii
tlirough all t o streets, lanes and
• whom
trtets.
alleys, aiTiht all dis
derly pe
or ttv
y ha Va just
I c
io suspect
of U.l O rtl
duty it is to t-ufo
ordinances the May
Mayor all disorderly ho
Kientmg liquors tire sold «ontisry tolsw;doany
d all dutl.-s the Mij h may require for the prest r
: of the city, ih" protec
public and private property, at d the e
erect.mmltted to them or the *lry Prison; take
u of. aud caused In t»e stepped, any Hit jper
waste of the Brandywine water, tither »..»m i
private pip -«, and report the same to the Hu
ater VS orl » , ami aha i also r< -
port to the Chairman of the Lamp Committee auy
neglect of duty on the part of the persons
charge of lighting tlie City lamps in their several
police districts. They shall we
baton, and spun the left lapel of their coat a Star of
brass or bright metal,the District Constables having
•uumburof the district for which they
sin* lively appointed,aud the li tters D. C., rugruven
thereon ; the Police Constables having the letters P,
engraven thereon, and the Serge
having tho letter 8. P., engrave
shall not, during their
glide to any other office,
busineas wnit«ve
bno. 6. Should any Policeman, through sickness
disability, be unable to perform his duties, and
the Mayor deem the Interests of the city require It,
he shall, with the approval of the Committee on Po
lice, appolDt a suitable person who, for
tug, shall be Invested
c duties, and reeth
whose duty ho performs,
offleer shall receive pay for a period not exceeding
weeks of hui n
lay direct; npoii to
•s 8nd places where In
of
pul>
.
liteuduUt of the
I ■
liave
a leal her bell and
of Police
. r i hey
continuance In office, be «11
enguge In any other
e power, and subject
Hi'- Ulcer
■ 1
(llsaidlity. Ii
, ..o City Police«.».,
of iibsenc«, Urst had
elo provided
intitule
d such payment
autliorlzcd by this ordinance
sliull be off duty without le
ihe Mayor, who,
istiLule, ami
shall Ik« paid by the City Council,
be deducted out of the salary of tho ab.
Hue. 6. Should any policcinau neglect
perform the duties of his
the public hla badge of
of the Mayor, or beco
Intoxicating liquor while
all be off duly
ii obtained of
for, shall appi
ch
■fuse
retour hidj
cept tiy orders
drink any
duty, he shall, for every
•h offeuco, bo fined not ks* than lull dollars, or bo
suspended or discharged at the discretion of tho
Mayor.
Sac. 7. Every Policeman shall,
ul meeting
Treasurer nil fines
by or paid t<
P f
fr
In
before the
ery mouth, pay to the City
ey collecte«!
, and lake duplicate receipts there
lie presented by him to the
«1 meeting, ami failing to do
pay a fined nrty dol
of whic
11, at
for.
city C<
shall forfeit his office
he
B*c. 8. The h«»
files shall be
district, from 9 o'o
like uuiubur,
of duty of the District Couata
follows: Six of
k, a
from each
9 o'clock, p ra. A
:h district, from fl o'clock,
«o'clock, am; and a similar
;h dlstrti t, from 9 o'clock, p m,
[!■ Ill
a
From
» o'clock,
The Pollca force shall be divlde<1 Into threw
9 o'clock, a.
squads. Squad No.
M,Squad No. 2 going
3 going on iluty at 9 o'clock, p
of January, an« a teruatlug monthly
: Squad No. 1 being relieved by
Hqua«l No. 2 being relieved by No. tt Provided,
er, that the Muyor shall « hange
orlty of tliolr respective duties,
der. They shall report
when going upon and off duty,
while ou duty, unless so «lire» ted by tho Mayor.
Sac. 9. If auy person apply to the Mayor for II
«r Ureases, the Mayor (If the ll
.* be grauled) »hull appoint two or more special
attend the same, who «hall bo paid by
the applicant at least one dollar for '
per lorn, unco; and upon tho application of any
more policemen
other places of amusement* tho Ma
desired,
going on «liny
u at 4 o'c lockup
■ m ; during the month
^theyear
r-i;
aud
tho following
Police IIea«l (Quarters
«I
r ■ :
lx. Il- «-ma»
ü

who may duslre
Calhi'nr
sha'l
paid
«1 they shall
Hball be mutuuby agreed upon. It shall
' such special poil«« to preserve order
b, arrest all disorderly persons,
<-h applicants
a badge of office, up
ur talhc
m P
• the iluty of
such plac
otb«'
rights; they
left lapel of
tore, w. C. etigrav
Pcliooman bo appolutod to
this Section.
Skc.
shall
their
en there
, with the let
shall a City
<1 places meutluned
. In no
. The Mayor shall also have the power,
morgency, to appoint a sutUceui number
, not exceeding two huudred, who
<!uty longer than three days
id «'onsent of the Police Cora
nicelve tho same compensa
«•s as the District Constables,
.Mayor snail piuvlde a special
of
Of
special pollc
shall not remain
without the advice
unttcc, ami
n for their s«>
for whom
;
bmlgc.
Skc ii. The Mayor shall appoint, subject to c«
HiIii.itli.il l.v 111.' City Council at its laM slated me
lug In December «»#
who
No.
S.
every year, a Prison Keeper
shall be for one year, com'
day of January
•d nil, ,•
u
after his
rentalu in the vlclui
ht OHM!
appointment. Hu shull
ty of I he City Prison from ten o'clock
eight o'clock, a. m. ; keep guard «
tho prisoners, ami be subject to tho orders of
Mayor and Police Committee. Ills salary shall
»460 per annum.
The High ConstaMe shall receive a salary of 800
Dollar* The Sergeants of Police each, 7fto Dollar*
1 he Police Constables each 7 ini Dollars - am
ot constables each 700 Dollars p«-r annum.
.* e lawfully collected from
. . ., speettve services, but In uo'
shall the City Council pay anv such fees.
Pkovidkii, That, should any pris«»
«I furnished him
. at nig
the prT
th.
I"
1 the Dis
fendant for their
) unable
for ihub
stable shall be pal.
pay
71»
. the lllgl
city Council lift.
» Board furnish« »I by him
«led, That the bill therefor
first approved by the Mayor.
Skc. 12. The lighting and care of the Public
Lamps shall lie provided for by contract, under such
rules and regulations as shall be prescribed by the
Committee or city council having charge of that
«lepartment, or to which it shull 8
Council.
i"i
:h prisoner, P
In
l uiumttted by
and
In
SKC. 13. All
consistent with this ordinance,
Passed at the City Hall, Dec 21, is71.
A»»« t -e MA * t,H 1 « 1 , * r esldent «»f Council.
Attej-t:— L. T. 1 a vi.on, Clerk. .>»
llnanccs
parts of ordinances
hereby r« pealed
by
In-
Fr»,KID
ulovps.
k
UNDERWEAR,
HOSIERY;
GZOWS,
SCARfS,
built
23 '\
NORTH'^Dv .
cTst^P!
PHILADELPHIA.
TIES
Oct25-t-th-B 3m-of
VTOTICE.-W0 are now selling our v»«ist Extra
1^1 Kamily b lour at $9.00 per bbL, dullvered
wlihm -he city limit*
JAMES
re

„ „ -B. PRICE A CO.,
Braudywine Mill* Po«»t Walnnt kt.
fobs.if
^^DVBRTISK In the Delaware Trlbuae.
tar I,A Dim, us* TUK WBJBD
1
I
FAMILY
FAVOHITl
SEWIN'«
nacujne.
If you wi«h an economical, du rah to, and, m «. vnr .
respect, a desirable Hewing Madd'-e Il ls cuaiG
managed, makes the LOCK fFIlTCIf, sod JuSs
•t cr Hstisfaotlrn than any other. ,n
SALESROOM,
aid MARKET MUtr.
fry floods.
( 1 ALL AT OR SEND TO
L A R KIN'S,
Ne A Fast H*roi>d »freer,
FOR A
HANDSOME PRESENT
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
F I F t v
PAIRS
or
Millll49MOtn
WHITE, AU. WOOL
IllllIlkofN,
FOR $r..oo PER PAIR,
AT
CHAMBERS'
no. 'ji'j mark ei .streec
W ll.MINMWuM Db,_
r
-
of
P,
It,
OciutMy
I j « > » » I > \ ■» oooi>£
llK.MSTncUEU
LAUIK» KMIUIOIURKBI) MANIIRKIICIIIEI'S.
of
I. A Dl K /
handkerchiefs
1. ADI KM' PLAIN IIA.NDk KItOllIKKa.
I.ADIRS AND MISSES' IIANDKKRruiKPS,
lu Kuucy HOXi ■.
CENTS' BORDERED nAN*DKKRC'UIEP8.
BENTS' HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS.
GENTS* HANDKERCHIEFS,
in Fancy Boxes.
1
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Lad Ich* Kinliroiilcrctl Sets.
Roman Ties,
any
bo
tho
Children's Gloves,
AND MANY ARTICLES
the
the
do
dol
HiiiialyJu for I'rowcntM.
& West,
smith
aos MARKkT Street.
_WILMIN GTON, DEL.
are now offering
each
A
aprfl.iy
a.
II
ll
by
any
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
OF
Suiting»,
Over-Coatings,
Cloakings,
AND
sha'l
paid
shall
BtKX'H A XU BOIW
CASSIMERES,
let
City
who
days
Cora
OF ALL GRADES,
Of
front the IJO WEST
the FINEST, imported at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
com'
his
OHM!
I Iio Attention oi* our ('iistoinerH
and the Trade In Beqiiented.
800
th.
I"
ORAXVILLB WOBBGlil,
Dis
2*20 u ed 2*2 IlfAltKKT Mi reel.
ang 9-lyfp
such
the
that
WOOLLEY & VAN TRUMP,
In
Fire, Marine, Ulfe, Accident and
Uve Stock
by
-Insurance Agents,
It« 1 presei
most of the OLDEST, LARGEST and
MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES
of the World.
We
now placiug
Large Amounts of Insuraiici)
f«»r several of our LEADING MANUFACTURERS,
which gives
Unusual Facilities
For
PLACING RISKS ADVANTAGEOUSLY
regards form of policy and
insurers will MATERIALLY .CONSULT THEIR
INTERESTS by GIVING US A CALL.
Xo.l, Journal Building,
Adjolulug i'||> Hall,
WILMINGTON, DEL
29 tf
E.
4k A. BKTTN,
MANUFACTURERS OF
MACHINISTS 9 TOOLS,
Shop between Newport Road and Railroad, w
not!6,ly mingtou, DeL

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