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WILMINGTON, Dee 11. OULU AND BOND QUOTATIONS. (.ported by Craig, Johnson A Co., Bank ed Brokers, Sixth and Market Sts. BID. ASKED. Hi'/i ill? .1 12.74 115 121 S Coupon.. V 't»2, 44 •• in s. 83, ........ - -.-■ 8 1 , 3 , New, J. A J >ii7, Coupon 120 ' 122 mi 12 ') 122/. HT/i 08, 118 122 128 1 A Bdg. Lket steady. 117% 117% 10 STOCK QUOTATIONS. 114% 105% 16 % 01% U4k i 106 [• C. A Hud j- A Krle.... sliore. ■th Western ik Island.... o A Ml -s.... ificMtiil. stern Union Paul.. » Pref.... r Wabash., on Pacific . A I. C. 17 ' 40% 40 56% 665 Pref. 103 1 17 17 40 76% 70b 36% 66 % % 77% 4% .... so; 51 na.. 3 * lins .... 49% ■lgh Valley. liirli Nav. IL'reek. ■trul Trans. In. & Krle. ionvilie. t p„ prelerred Crket steady. WILMINGTON QUOTATIONS. Lwnrc State Bonds. [minjton Ci'y Bonds.... kware R. R. first mtge., [ " " extension, bnington & Reading R. R. [ 1st mortgage,. Imiwrton dt Reading R. R. 2d mortgage. mlngton & Western R. R. 1st mortgage. [ware It. R. Stock. Ellington Coal Gas Co. tonal Bank of Delaware.600 " " Wil. AB'dywine.. 61% 63 )t National Bank.143 145 on National Bank. 42 4.3 pier's Bank..42% 43 i ,i are Firo Insurance ■ 10 % 10 iti 46 20 30% 4 31 ....102% 105 ....102 101 .... 101 % 102 % 1U> 40 45 5 20 22 % 22 23 90 86 503 26 21 •HILADKLPHIA MARKETS, Stock Market, Philadelphia. Dec. 11,1875. 114%(®114% Phlla&Read 166 WHO ' RR,ex-dlv55%@55% North Penn 52%®53 PliilaA Erie lfl%'a?0 OCAARR 10%@10% Lehigh Val 62%<a.627 H " Nav Stock.30® ' .30% Catawissa R 19%®19% do prefd. 43Kffl44 NCentral R 32%®33 HestonviUe 29%@29% 1881 123%@124 5)V, 1865115%® 116 fly lS65120%aiigu 3lv 1868 117-.101117% .3d 1I7%@117%, fif.newlOfl ®166% 'finfN.1181 ffill34% in HR 51 @ 51% IDs c\v ; Philadelphia Trade Report. turday, Dec. 11.- Cotton is steady with r Inquiry from the spinners, l) bales middlings at 13%f$13%c, for yel jnil New Orleans. :k is nominal at *32 per ton for No. 1 •citron. Sales ids—Cloverseed is in fair demand, and very-light offering, holders are firm icir views. Sales of Pennsylvania and !eni at I0(<£ll%c. per 16. Flaxseed is in md by the crushers at *1.60, Timothy initial, b e is dull, and prices favor buyers. ' of 30(1 bags Rio at 17%@20%c.; .380 bags u.vra at 19%(u;2()%c„ all gold. Sugar— i-k is held too high to compete with ibnrlng markets, and ouj refiners are bed to seek theirsupplies from these '■ We continue to quote at 8%(3)8%c, mid refined Cuba. Refined sugars ri al 11%'e forcut loaf; 10%c for powder U' s for crushed; 10%c for granulated; U" . • for A. Molasses—no change, pui and meal—The flour market is I mi I prices favor buyers, particularly l>" poorer grades' 3,-360 barrels were by the various city millers on terms held. About 8(H) barrels changed b -:n lots to suit the local trade H:36(«il:75>. extras at 6(g)(i:25; Wis ni extra family; *6@6:75; Minnesota i». S6@7.25; Pennsylvania, Ohio, and mm d«. do. *7.50(<fS;50 fancy brands, 'b .Hi as to quality. Rye Flour sells at IH) 32, St., liis i ser. Pi n Meal no sales. Inn—Wheat market firm. Sales of rush. Pennsylvania red at 81:38(SJ1.-41 F Western do at *l,96al 21. Rye is piiiil.Corn Is selling at 71a72%c for yel M for mixed; and 58u66c for new yel I i lots are firmly held at 39a43 for mix - fuiii 41a52c for whi'e. fiisky is firm and in demand; sales of piTels Western Iron-bound at *1:16. Idlatlelpbla Produce Market. [tier — Market quiet. New York Bradford county extras 33a3.3c; do do r i32c: Western extras, 30a3lc; do lsts, h Rolls, Western extras, 2Sa30c; do lsts, t'se nominal.New York 'fancy, 13%c.; pi line, 12%®13%c. Western flue, 12%@ I s quiet, receipts increased Pennsyl f'.Mew Jersey, and Delaware fresh, Western do. 31@30c. Rnltimore Produce Market. (.Timor®, Dec. 11.—Cotton quiet and y. middling, 12%e. JFlour quiet and ly—unchanged, wheatfirm; No 2 Wes frd, 81 23; Pennsylvania red, *138al 40; Hand red, 8120al 45; do amber, SI 47a lie white, *1 15nl 45. Corn—Southern '* extern nominally firmer, Southern f , Old, 70c; do, new 5:m61c; Southern w old 70c; do new 57a62e;Western mix 16,69a6!)%c; do new. 66e; Oats steady; barn, 33n45c; Western white, 12a46c; (Tn mixed ,39a41c. Rye firm, 83a88c; firm; good demand; Maryland and syl vania 832a2t, Provisions quiet, new, *2250. Bulk meats; loose noml iioulders, 8c; clear rib sides llall%c; N active, 8Uall%c, Bacon scarce and Miouldors lll Villc, clear rib side 13%a [lams MJjJalO. L ird steady and firm: refined 14c. Butter firm and [:good grades scarce; Western extras, P: firsts 25a27c. Petroleum dull; crude, [;<■: refined 12%c Coffee firmer, not M'ly higher; Rio cargoes, 13%a21o; Job )!in22c; Whiskey very dull printing •ONE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES AT THE HERALD OFFICE, ALL all Jc2«-ly. UPLliY STREET, WILMINGTON, * Hi'/i IS IT YOU Who said that you would like to get such Clothing as City People wear, rather than the wholesale goods com monly sold ? This will tell you how to do it. The very large increase of our bueiness allows us to make A VlLL LOWER SCALE OF PRICES, AND mi ') You Can Save Enough in buying a Suit at Oak Hall TO PAY FOR THE TRIP 40% from anywhere in this County to the City of Philadelphia, and have a day of sight-seeing besides. Wanamaker & Brown atand by this Statement, and ao will you after one trial. 56% ^ I VO be tun of what we sell we manufacture our I goods, some of them in our own buUding. A They are well cut, sewed and finished. They can be relied upon. Storekeepers out of the city misrepresent us when they say they sell our goods, a s we do not wholesale, but confine ourselves to retail. We bear na ill-will to any one, and state this only because some dealers sell poor goods as coming from our house. To each of our custom ers we are responsible for articles bought of us. By our plan of Ticketing the right names of the materials on our goods, no one can be misled as to qualities. Character of the Goode we eell I For Men A Boys. % * % l ■ VHE price in plain figures and nothing off. The I same price to acquaintances and strangers. A To city people and country people equal advantages. With each article sold, a Guarantee is given, that the Price is as low as it can be bought anywhere, and that the quality is as represented; also, that the money will be paid back in full, if purchaser within 10 days wishes, for any reason, to return the goods, unworn. How Wanamaker & Brown treat their CUSTOMERS. % » T HIS is Important indeed, because,unprincipled people having stores in Philadelphia, coun terfeit our signs, cards, advertisements, and Exactly where the Store Is. E stop strangers on the street, with false directions about where the store is, so that they may sell their counterfeit goods. There is but one Oak Hall in Philadelphia, it is a large building, the size of four ordinary stores, and it on the South-east comer of SIXTH»S IXTH- SIXTH -SIXTH SIXTH-SIXTH and Market Streets. % W E send patterns of material and prices by mail when requested. Persons can have made-up goods sent bv Express, by send ing their measure (we furnish easy directions that any one can measure by,) and describing color wanted, and price desired. Payment can be made to the Express Co. on receipt of goods, and the privilege of examining them is allowed before paying. Where goods do not please, we will return the money and pay the expressage back to Philadelphia. You should be sure to see our name on the as you enter. Those who cinnot come to the City. Udine and over the door H WANAMAKER & BROWN. NEW TEA STORE 1 —JUST STARTED TSTo.3 "W^.Tliird Street, Between Market and Shipley Streets, one door West of Market Street Sign—Red Rront* Grs»eat Canton an Japan Tea Co ■I SELLS TEAS AND COFFEES TWENTY PFR CENT, LOWER JTHAN ANY OTHER STORE IN THE CITY, PRICES OF TEAS—OOLONG Black, 40, 56,60, 70, 8(1, best, 90 cents. JAPAN, 60,70, 80 IH) best*1. Imperial 50 60. 70, 90,*1 00, hest$l 15' Young Hyson, ,30,60, 70, SO, 90, *1 00 best, *110. English Breakfasts 60,70,80,90. 1, Best Siftings; 35 cents, PRICES OF COFFFEES.—BeOld Gov. Java, 50 cents. Old Gov, Java, ,1s cents, best Maracaibo, 36, best Laguayra, 35, Choice Old Strong Rio, 32, and 3; best mild Rio 32, good 28 and 30, gob Strong 25 , „ XT .. , Mr, James Crippen having resigned his position at the old Tea House, No. «jl- Market St., and assumed control of the GREAT CANTON AND JAPAN TEA CO., Invites all liis old friends and customers to the now house, believing that they can there be better served than at any other place In the city. Do not forget No. 3 Third St., one door West of Market street. «S-A Handsome OIL CHROMO or PIECE OF GLASSWARE given to ever y purcha novl6-ly Old ser. CARRIAGES. of - UARRIAGES!) CARRIAGES! McLEAR & KENDALL, Corner Ninth ami King Streets, WILMINGTON, DEL., ! Rpspoftfully call .the attention of the public to their LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES ! THEY OFFER BUGGIES FROM $165 to $300, AND ALL OTHER STYLES AT Exceedingly Low Prices! ALL INQUIRIES BY MAIL PROMPTLY ANSWERED. all wokk warranted. Give them a call before purchasing. Jc2«-ly. HOSIERY. ALL TRADE, 1875. E NOW OPEN, A new and full stock of HOSIERY. GLOVES, MERINO UNDERWEAR, YAK, GUIPURE AND POINT LACES, FRINGES, CORSETS AND NOTIONS. Also, a fine assortment of Embroidered Slippers and Zephyr work. Zephyr Worsted, Germantown Wool. Balmoral and Plain Woolen Yarns, Ac. S. H. STAATS, No. 417 Market St aug23-ly DRY GOODS. gUPERIOR FRENCH MERINOS, 75 cts. per yard, at WAINWRIGHT'S, 312 Market street. octl9-3m AROAINS! BARGAIN THE CHEAPEST STORE IN THE CITY —FOR— DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IS AT 116 MARKET STREET. PLAID, PLAIN AND REPP GOODS from 25 cents to 4>1. ALL WOOL CASHMERES. From 50 cents to *1.5 BLACK ALAPACAS, From 25 cents to 11.0:' ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH, Best (Qualities, 50 cents. WARGATMS B BLANKETS 1 BLANKETS 1 BLANKETS ' 12% Blankets, fron *2 75 to *15 (JO. Full assortment of Cloth and Caselmeres Shawls from 90 cts. upwards. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE 1 E. FELLHIMER, 118 Market street, Wilmington, De 1 N. B.—Fine assortment black silks fro m Sep 16 glOO.to 4*,(K'. CHEAP! CHEAPII CHEAP!! M, J. STAWT01T, DEALER IN of Eleventh and Locnst streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. The attention of the Wilmington pub lic Is called to the large stock of Dry Goods and Trimmings which Is kept constantly on hand. AH goods sold Dec.l-lm, * » RAILROADS. P hiladelphia, Wilmington and BALTIMORE RAILROAD. NOVEMBER 22 M75 Trains will leave WllmlngtOB as lei lows, for Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations. 7.00. 8.10, 9.00,9.52,10.30 a. m., 2. 4.10,7.20,9.80 p. m. Philadelphia and New York, LSI a. 12.1112.48,5.10, p. m. Baltimore and Intermediate Stations, 12.52, 9.05, a. m. 5,20 p. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.62, 1.55. 9.05, a. m., 12.60,1.23,6.20, 7.10 p. m, Trains lor Delaware Division, leave for New Caetle, 6.00,0.20,9.30, a. m„ L25,0,40: p. m. Barrington and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, 9.30n. m,, 6.40, p. m. Delmar and Intermediate Stations, 6.00, 9.80, a. m.; m, SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 8.10. a. m., 4.45,6.80, p. m. Philadelphia and New York, 1.81 a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12,82, 1,66 A* IQ, Forlnrther Information passengers are referred to the time tables posted at depot, aug 23-tf the H. F. KENNEY. Bupt. C hange of hours-Wilmington * WESTERN RAILKOAD.-Commeno lng Monday, September 14th, 1874. Trains will run as follows: Leave Wilmington 10.30a.m.,and 6.86 p. Leave Landed Berg 6.45 a.m., and 1.80 p.m Arrive Wilmington 7.66 a.m„ and 3.15p.m CONNECTION 8.—At Wftmingtonf*witt P. W. dt B. and Delaware B. H. trains. At Landenberg with Penna. A Delaware R. R. aug 23-tf m DAVID CONNELL, Sup. BARKERS. QRAIG, JOHNSON A CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, Sixth a Market Sts,, Wilmington, Del. NEW YORK AND PHILADEL. STOCKS BOUGHT A SOLD ON COMMISSION. Every facility afforded for persons desir ing to deal or invest la Stocks, Bonds or Gold. Telegraphic quotations received stantly during the day. aug.23tf eon BLANK BOOKS. JU^ARTIN JOHNSTON, BOOK BINDER, BOOK BINDER, HAS ALL THE ARPOINTMENTs OF h COMPLETE ESTABLISHMENT And Is not, surpassed by in this city in abili any other hensi ity to do good work and fill large orders. BLANK BOOKS BLANK BOOKS A SPECIALTY) m, ty ADDRESS, MARTIN JOHNSTON, aug23-tf. 420|Shlpler S .Wilmington. Dei MEDICAL. S of jJR. GRIMSHAW,: Act. 23-1 y 826 West Street. D R. WALES, has returned to his rest dence Cor. Eighth and King Streets, oot 15-tf. JJR. THOMAS PHILLIPS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, s L ' N. lic Late Resident Physician Bay View Hos pital, Baltimore.) May be found at his office, No. 2 W. 7th street, at all hours when not professionally octl0-f,m,w engaged. * 1321 fJruAii St- % s fully •I * White, Itchy and Scaly Totter of the Scalp. ^ The scalp goto itchy, tender and covered with a Hue white scales. They form aguin as fast as »removed. Pimples, Flesh worms, and Blackheads.— 1 On the forehead, cheeks and nose. Thoy exude j a whitif h substance when squeezed; affect both '2 sexes. ^ Prurigo (Intense Itching)^Begins assoon aa *3 the clothing is removed; no eruption but that caused by scratching; worst from the waist to 1 the ankles. $ Tho above and all Skin Diseases cured by Dr. gfl Van Dyke, 1321 Green Street, Philadelphia, Pa. CATARRH CURED. SJ Catarrh.—A Btopped-np feeling in the head, <5 inceeiantblowingofthe nose, hawking and spit* Q ting, dropping into the throat, and bod breath, (2 CURED DT « Da Van Dyke, ! Vo. 1891 Green Street, Philadelphia. $ a and best terms dec!2-ly |NVALIDS ATTENTION. gT. this ted, of rate make visit. day. nent Invalids suffering from diseased lungs, liver, or other Internal organs, can find the COMFORT OF A HOME, with the most ap proved mode of medical treatment. THE SITUATION IS EXCELLENT AND THE LOCATION HEALTHY TURKISH, HOT AND8HOWER BATHS In the house, and sen bathing convenient for those who desire It. Cl GUNNING, FISHING AND OTHER SPORTO I etc., Can be enjoyed by those who are well enough to participate. Particular attention paid to the treatment of RHEUMATISM and SPINAL AFFEC TIONS. For further particulars, respecting terms treatment, etc., address I. H. D. KJ70WLES, M. D., gpx 5, fceww, Bel. vug. 17 GROCERIES. and J USX RECEIVED A fine lei 1.55. for 6.00, FLORIDA ORANGE I FLORIDA ORANGE i, FLORIDA ORANGES, FLORIDA ORANGES, FLORIDA ORANGES, FL9RIDA ORANGEs. THE "SIMON PURE" ARTICLE. THE " SIMON PURE " ARTICLE. THE "SIMON PURE " ARTICLE,' J. P. ALLMOND. Eighth and Market St m, aug23-ly 1,66 are QOFFEBS. the The best quality of MUdand Strong Cof fee*, selected especially for retail-alwaye freshly roasted, and at the lowest fair prloe. p.m At R. I BOWMAN, m ItaooND and King ; Stunts. ■TEAS.—No better aMortmeat of all varie ties than that offbred by bowman, sncond and UNO, Can be found in town. Prices from 40 cents to 81.30 per pound, and no trashy goods at any price. Cheap Sugar; Pure Spices; Cider Vinegar; New Mackrel, and a first-class assortment of goods in his line, always at the lowest fair price. or BOWMAN, SNCOND AND KING] sept2-tf. BOOTS A SHOES. I^OTICE." ~ to the hard times I have determined ciose out my large stock of Four Thoug nnd dollars worth of BOOTS AND SHOES AT 813 MARKET ST*., At less than cost prices: , tr ^ m 82 60 to 85 00 „ S5 1 " otal ' 160 " 8 00 w 75cts. Artie 150 women's Button " m 25 to 2 75 " Balmoral from 150 to 225 . 50 cts. Artie 100 Misses and Children's at very low fignres, nov. 27-2w B, F. CHALFANT. QHEAPI CHEAPER I! CHAPESTMI h BOOTS, SHOES, ' and GAITERS. Children's shoeB, from 45 cents to 81 00. m, ^ e " , E fS lf :?kln boots, fine liand-sewed, for ty done^ and 8 P ruoe - Repairingneat WILUAM HOUCK. sng24-1V S H. CHADWICK, . 1327 French Street, BOOTS AND SHOES made and repaired. Custom work guaran teed. Also keeps SEGARS AND TOBACCO of the best brands. Give htm a call. He studies to please. Nov.LVlm G O TO HALL'S, 606 King Street, if you want a good, cheap and reliable boot or s L 10e ' .Hi? prices suits to all, Women's Si'S? 8 J2.25 to *1.65, Misses' shoes *1.25 ™ *1,50. Men's fine boots *2.75 to *4 and #6. Flue boots a specialty. ' qMNE BOOTS AND SHOES, AT REDUCED PRICES AT N. E. GOB. 7th AND POPLAR STREETS. Having taken the above named stand I respectfully inform my friends and the pub lic that I am prepared to sell Men's, Ladle's. MlBses' and Children's to novOWAStf S. BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS. made of excellent material and In the best mannerat the lowest rates, and gurantee satisfaction. Custom work made In the best style at moderate mficee. Publlo patronage respect fully solicited. MICHAEL DANAHEE. is aug23-Sm HOTELS. •yyASHINGTON HOUBE, MARKET STREET, NEW CASTLE, JOHN McCALLIN, PROPRIETOR. It The above house Is large and commodious and fitted up In the most modern style. The bar U always well supplied with the best of liquors. Boarding can be had on the most moderate terms either dally or weekly. Stabling tor forty bead of horses The proprietor respectfully asks the pa tronage of his friends and the public. _ JOHN McCALLIN. Is gT. STEPHEN'S HOTEL, CHESTNUT ABOVE TENTH STREET, Philadelphia. Your attention Is respectfully called to this new and elegant betel, centrally loca ted, convenient to all public offices, places of amusement and Interest. Furnished throughout In the most elabo rate manner. No pains will be spared make this a model hotel, pleasant and agreeable to those who fhvor as with a visit. Transient rates from *3.00 to *500 per day. Special rates to families and perma nent guests. to THOS. ASHTON, Prop'r. Cl H. CRAWFORD. Manager 00^28-Am* REMOVING FURNITURE. Having added to my stoek some FINE FURNITURE CARS, I am now prepared to remove furniture, etc., at short notice. One wagon fitted up especially for removing pianos. THOMAS FORD, Third mriI Afigws streets Has and in water (iwl tion receive LEGAL. JJENRYC. TURNER, ATTORNEY AT LA1TJ tO»H Market St., aug23-0u Bear ofljee. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. EDMUND B. FRAZER, Notary Pnt>U«, 8tr £ et 1 (Telegraph Bnlld* ipS®"***" 1 - CoUeoUn « b 'fi«^' St JJENRY O. CONRAD, TTORNEY AT LAW, OrriCK—No. 802% M arket St. ^ALTER CUMMINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. t an*SB-ti the"Js < fo5c^WBm!n|ten?^i n< 2^& ,> ~ AlCTlOJiEEBsT™" O. FKAIM, ang 23-tf AUCTIONEER. Cof fair 811 King Street, J OHN b. ROW BOTHAM, AUCTIONEER, *ug 23-u° 6 E " t KonrtU 8tr «et. L W. STIDHAM A SON, * AUCTIONEERS, aug28-ti^ Fourth street. I jIHOS. M. OGLE, »ug 26-tf t, AU CTIONSBJHn 612 King Street tailors. W" ©'CONNOR, Merchant Tailor Is making to order at hie meat. at new establisb Mo. S But Third ■ trees, (Over Dubell's ha- store), SfKSuleaver Overcoats, from 888 SH5 that can't be had at any other (*!(«,*,> less than 810 to *55; pants from «r made to order that can't be had atimvnMww place less thsn from *9 to *14-buslSSroiEiM made to order, fit and cooils iriiar»?^ls* *»»»■ • specialiy. ar ** t ** 1 * ,w ad n e <fn^ a H 11 * 6 COftts cut and made to or ucr. Call and examine my stock and ha >« from ten to fifteen percent [iiOTffi-to-dAw to 00 00 150 75 225 100 ft ft ttfaibw. MIKhs, m. elat Ti% nov1 ly SPOUTING GOODS. HINDLE A CO., BASE BALL EMPORIUM for 812 Market St., Sporting goods of all kinds, aug 23-tf MI SCEL L ANEOVg. JAMES & BRO TABLE, POCKET, K MINTING M For sal* by JAMES A BRO;. _206 Market Street. sep!6-tft JOSEPH RILEY, SAIL AND AWNING MAKES, S. E. Cob. Foubtb and King stout, Repairing Promptly attended to. seplOl the morning herald is the only Morning Paper published In the State of Delaware. AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM It will prove of great value to the Menaa* tile portion of tho community. The HdRAUDcontalnsalLthe latest Tels graphlo News, bright and newsy, locals pointed and pithy tutorials, a full line ot Correspondence, and a variety 01 Miscel laneous Items. THE MORNING HERALD Is published every morning, (Sundays ex* excepted), and dellvered lln the city of Wilmington and surrounding placet for six cents per week, payable to the carriers. Mall subscrip tions, postage free, THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, O'BYRNE BROS., PUBLlgHnui NO. 509 WHIPLEY ST., WILMINGTON. DELAWARE JOSEPH Has again opened a Coal-Yard at West and Water streets, wtiloh ho Intends to rua in connection with his yard at Orange and water streets, where persons in want of (iwl can be supplied with the celebrated ENTERPRISE,'which gives moresatlSS tion than any other Coal In the market. Persons leaving orders at either yaid will receive prompt attention. FOUT jqospa vour.