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APRIL 2Urtt, 18TI.
Trains leavb Wilmington os follows, fur *
Philadelphia ahd intermedia'e stati ;ns,
6 . 50 ,8.10,9 Ü0, 10."0, a. »ti ; it, 4.4i, 7 IS
Philadelphia and Now \ ilk, 1.11
10.21
l. Ill ;
12.17, 5,42, p. in.
Baltimore and intermediate stations, 1
ami iv^hirurlon, 12 S3. 2UI.lu.tl2
Baltim«
Divlei
Trains for Delaw:
l.j 1.25, 0.30,
New Castle,* 12.55, 10.10, a
8 f>l). p. in. ,
Seaf'ord and intermediate stations. 1 l
10.10« a. m.; 0.35, p. m. ,
Delator and intoruaedi*lo stations, 1:
10,10, a.
* SUNDAY TRAINS :
1 intermediate station G
Philadelphia
4.45. 0.3(1, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 1 ',1
l Washington. 12.
.1)3, a.
1,1 For further information passengers are re
ferred to tho time tables posted at the depot
11. F. KENNEY, (superintendent.
Baltimore
1LMINGT0N and READING RAIL
On and after Tuesday, May 26th. 1874,traius
he Ki adinu Branch as fol
Uwing Southward
W
will run over
lows:—
Going Northward
STATIONS.
No.2. No.4. No.6.
u. in. p. in. p. m.
9.10 3.12 7.32
No.5.No.3. No.l.
p. u. p. in. a. m.
h.15 1,45
6.03 2.38
6.30 Wllmingt
7.24 Chadd's Ford8.25 2.19 6.49
a»:- 1 » K.23 Coateeville. 7
«.01 4.16 9.11 Springfield, 6.2« I2.ÜÜ 6.07
».34 4.66 y.4l Blrdsboro, 5.64 11.34 4 32
90/ 5.30 IO.K» Reading, 5.20 ll.tU 4.C0
CONN EDITONS t
At Wilmington with trains
Wilmington A Baltimore.»ndDelaware Kail*
roads: at Chadd's Ford with trains on Phila
delphia Ac Baltimore Central Railroad: at
Coatesville with trains on Pennsylvania R.
R., and at Reading with trains on Philadel
phia A Reiuling.Lobanun Valley,East Penua.
and Reading Ac Columbia and th a Berks
County Railroads.
SUNDAY TRAINS.- A Irai
Reading at 7.10 a. in.,
WilmiBffton at 11,17 a
ton at 340 p. in.,
LIT ; Coatesville
1.0» 5 67
Philadelphi
trill Ic .vo
arriving at
»Sunday.
. Leaving Wilmina
at Chadd's Ford at
d : Reading, at 7,37
E.C0LL1NG»S,
General buperintendent.
iug
1 •
ANCHOR LINfc STEAMERS.
jp* S ail kvkuy Satuuday
hooked to and trum any Railway
Station or Seaport in Groat Britain, Ire
land. Norway. »Sweden. Denmark, Germany.
France, Holland, Belgium, anu me L niteu
B Ce"i fare trou, NEW YORK to LONDON.
LIVERPOOL, GLASGOW aud DERltY by
Wednesday's Steamers By Saturday's
teamers and
EXCURSION TICKETS, *120.
INTERMEDIATE. #35, STEERAGE. *30.
Payable in Currency.
Parties sending tor their friends i
purchase tickets
the Old
lowest rates.
Country
For further particular»; apply to the Agents,
HENDERSON BRU1HER8. No 7 Bowling
Green, N.Y.,
SAMUEL F. BETTS,
WilmingtoD; Del.
MARTIN JOHNSTON,
BOOK-BINDER.
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER.
Mnratines. Music and Publications of all
kind tiouuJ at the lowest rates
Back Numbers of periodicals supplied.
Special attention given to making Ac
count Books of every vaiietv ot Ruling
Binding. , _ ,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders by mail
wil 1 receive prompt attention,
1
MAttTlX JOHNSTON,
420 SUIFLKY STREET,
WlLMlWOrhVf
No.
sep6-'73-tf
WM- S. WATT
NO. 1009 illKiktl Mrnt.
PLUMBER,GAS&STtAM FITTER
Wishos his friends an.l patre
be h
eet and would den
herciolore
pared to do ail kind* o
submit « limâtes «.I <
finish all contracts
tho muBt
SUBSTANTIAL AND "WORKMANLIKE
MANNER.
that
the above bran
their custom
r . i!
liberally bestowed. Ho i
*rk in Lis line, and
, guaranteeing to
d complete all joba in
Satisfaction to all
small possible profit cbtrged
Give nit a call.
ill be my aim, and tLe
lip22-d
I vl
J as. E. McCartney,
Late of Macon A.Son.
Daniel Ken
Late of Phitatt'a,
!
Wilmington Upholstery.
|lUi MARKET STUCKT,
McCartney & kennet . 5
General Upholsters.
:
;
The undersigned beg leave to inform ?heir
friends and the public generally, that th-ey
have
he li |dnd*
mce<
all its branches at IIMarket street.
ith best
Furniture I phol.-U!
terial and workmanship.
Carpets, Matting
laid.
Slip Covers for F
Window hliadeft ard it
Fi
1
I Oil CK th*
lade
id
,1 Husk Mutt re:,
■'■Tiling, Uni
IM . li —Plans of Wall and
rooms free of charge wh
goods.
Orders by
_nt of
take up the
ia'd solicit id.
»-> 1
m:\iovAh.
I y old : tan d 4*
I have _
hhipley itreet,
id from
N.W. Cor. 3d & Shipley,
»ased fuciiitiei
■ ply the w
. rhnll be
tf my
Where, wit
better prei nred to t
customers with
STOV ES. 11 EATERS.
RANGES,
(AND
House Furr/ishing (iooils
gencrally.il Bein , thankful for past favors I
hope by I erp'juul attentio
R MORRISON
N. W. C, r. !bl & ïhil ley Ktrcoli.
n to basinesa to
1 your patronage.
le nul
DELAWARE FIRE
Insurance Company,
No. dOS Market Street,
WILMINGTON. DLL.
Charter 1« ri etuuJ
Incorporated 1826.
Insurance lo
Perpetual Icsurances at Greatly
Reduced Rates.
of years.
a t*i
Losses promptly adjusted and paid.
Insurance against loss or duinago by fire
any other company.
DIRECTORS •
. Can by,
Wm. M-Canby,
W. (1. Gibbons.
, Geo. W-Bush,
Geo. W. Stone.
WILLIAM CADDY. rjgjSfc
Geo. W. Sparks,
Francis Barry,
Wm.il Swift,
John K. 'latum
F. L. Gilpin, secretary
p.l ^fif.St.lvn MJk'HUtt*'
THE ARTIMNS SAV»i\OS BARK
502 Market Street.
Incorporated February 23, 1WJ1.
Open to receive deposits daily from 9 A. M.
Until 4 P. M.. and on Tuesday and Saturday
evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock
A SEMI ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
of six per cent, has been regularly .paid
deposits, since the organization ot th«« Lank,
and it is the expectation ofthe Managers,that
this rate of dividends will be continued.
When dividends arc not withdrawn, they
are uncounted as deposits. Thus p
deposits coiupouud their interest twice in each
year.
I
MANAGERS:
Gcoaui W. Bush.
Gicorok S. Capki.i.r.
W II.LI Alf S. IltLLBS.
Clement B. Sm . . ,
t'UAS. W. llowi.AHi', IM. L. Lichtenstein.
'lB.Br
Henry F- Dürk.
K. M. Stotsknihri.
, I Edward Dakli
II. Jackson.
Wm. H Swift,
Anthony Hiooins.
N
J
WM-S. UILLES. Prouder t.
Guo. W. Bush, Vic« Preaidont.
E. T. Taylor. Tro usure
teb21—ty
iHIiHT NATIONS HANK
OF WILMINGTON.
Depository of tbo Publie Moneys,
AND
Financial Ageut of the United Ntatea»
h
EDWARD BETTS, President,
GEO D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.
•.YUU,I)UU
Paid up Capital,
York Exchange fur
Philadelphia and N
nidhel to regular Depository withdut charge.
id Thursdayd, at
Discount days. Mondays
8130 A. Al.
DIRECTORS
I Georgo W. Bush,
Eli Garrett,
I J oshua T. UualJ,
I \\ iiliam Tatnail.
mar28
Clement B. Sm>lb,
Israel Pu-cy,
iienry »S. McCoub,
DftLiul James,
Edwaru Betts.
'J111S
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
\o. 4 W. Third Street.
Six per cent, interest. Open Tuesday and
Saturday evenings and every day» **•
Uriawhwir, Tr««.., J. P. Wr.lt-», »I. !>.. »•«* t.
John F. Miller,Clark. yi-n
meet
object
and
HATS ASH ( l/'.s.
DUBELL
The
that
HIE
H A TV SC U
the
same
ofthe
ed
tbing
East Third Street.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
cures
-It
Lu H. QUAY'S
CHEAP
HAT :hm1 CA 1 j
EMPORIUM.
402 KING STREET 402
they
for
HARD 11 A RE.
D. H. KBNT & CO.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS'
AGENTS FOR
vl IlIOJS
STLKL.
Hardware,
! COACH MATERIAL,
. 5
:
;
.1.
.1.
Ur.ve the largest Stock of goods in
tbo State iu Un ir line, and best
assorted Stock iu the United States,
Nos, 205 & 207 Shipley &210
& 212 Orange Btrcrts,
WILMINGTON. D1SL.
id
of
the
Wm. GREEN & Go.,
A Co..
Euccesaors to Hedrick. Gi
id Dei
4*
i
iportlTB
IRON AND STEEL,
be
my
1 1TUMINDUS ICOAL, GALVANIZED
IRON. COACH-BUILDERS' HARD
WARE
S. K CORNER OF
THIRD and MIIPLEY STS.,
always
hand a full a^ort
t of
IKON tf STEEL
t!
i
&
liest brands ol
American Hum
. mered and Railed
.N^Rurs, English Re
'-e.lTiara of all
I
to
&
I
M7.es, Band, lloop
aud Slit I ron.be
Norway Nail rod:
» V 3 ^»
nn.l Aurcr Shapes, Galvanized and Black
sheet Iron, Cast, Shear. Blistur tlertnun.
Swede.Spring. Tire Machinery.andTap Steel.
Smith, Coach,and other Hardware—ilorse
Snoes. Ilorse Shoe Nails, Borax, Bolts. Clips
Nuts. Washers, Malleable Castings, W
Boxes, Springs, Axles, Spokes. Felloes, Shafts;
Bows, Ac.,CarriageCanvasu, Oil Carpets Rat
tinett, Enameled Top and Dash Leather,and
Coach Hardware of all kinds; Iron WireGal
vanizod Nails, Babbit Metal, Lead, Spelter,
Banca Tin. Sheet Zinc, Ac., Grindstones,
Cranks and Rollers. Back Chains, Ac , Ae.
Smiths' and other tools. Anvils, ViceB. Bel
lows, Sledges, Hammers. Shoeing Knives.
Files, Rasps, Smiths' Drills, Tire Benders,
Irons, Stocks and Dies.
All of which will be sold at very low
prices, wholesale and retail, for cash
d credit. march 2. 1868.
etuuJ
fire
T
M
I
oner Jftirrori,
A fulF assortment of all sires, including
double magnifying, Ac.
E. BKINGHURST & CO..
. • Ççrfttr of Sixth acU Maxkçt itrccts.
'/V Itlnh t
V*T iOlM mul cm.llietiiii! nceouula June
of tbe original catfish which Ipd
disturbacceA between the
been gi'
to the recent .
whiles amt black« in Mississippi- . A late
number of the Vielwburg Herald silex tbe
full particular. «I On- alUir It xeemx
-i-ks ii|*u Itr.tîiiy H. Smith,
, whom iii vu I
I'M I
that st
ot Austin, lire:
a citiz •
veil iu :t difficulty with u
he endeavored to shoo r . It M asserted that
l)r. »Smith
negro uian.wuom
the negro was adruneing
(bo lutter tired.and that llie Hbculing
The bullet
Hclf defence.
man and killed n little colored
girl wlio happened to he near. A mob of
negroes at once asst mbled,seized 1 )r. Smith,
and were about to hang him, but the teats
of his wife and the tnlrealies of Mayor
He wus then
»:■» dune iu
issctl ti
saved his life.
Woods»...
arnsted by the civil autlioiiliea.und, after
an imjuest by a coroner's jury and u pre
liminary examination before ft magistrate,
committed to jliI. Afterward he was taken
before the District ('onit on a writ of ha
bens corpus, when, «lier ft lull hearing oi
the facts brought out before the coroner's
jury, he was admitted to bail, and giving
satisfactory bonds for his appearance for
trial, permitted him to return to his home.
A week or more after his release from
pritjom the house of Dr, Hmith was sur*
rounded in the night by another negro mob,
he v as torn from his bed, Lis wife ding,
ing to him, and threatened with summary
execution. Mrs. .Smith's teats sud eulrea
lies. however, saved him, though he and
bis wife were both locked up in jail,which
for several nights was surrounded with a
negro guard, and there the Doctor remai
ned until a party ul white citixeus came to
, and escorted him to a place of
uty, his second itu
h is
cue
safety iu Ue ^oto c
p, isoniueut lieinc- fnln.ly illegal, n. lie
Hail been admitted to bail by the court
baying jurisdiction of bis oli'eace. It
this which led to tbe subsequent distur
bances,including tbe capture of Austin by
tho blacks.
Fino And Feather.
'ihe New York Association for the pro
tection of iUh and game, at their conven
tion Rt Oawego, in June, approved a pre
vious call fur a National Association to
meet at Niagara Falls, September 0. The
object is "to secure intelligent and t Aident
législation for the protection of gime birds
and tisb/'and Siale and loc il assoceations,
re are none auch, gentlemen
desired lo «end delegates -
Hi
and,where the
sportsmen 1
The assertion i* that wantou slaughter has
extermiuatei aoine and reduced all
varieties of animal.«, bird« and li«h that
swarmed when the tirst »ettler« arrived, go
that legislation ban intervened to protect
It is called upon to extend the
of
the latter.
same ollice to the former, and the object
ofthe organization is to secure concent rat
ed effort. The object »« worthy, and Ihe
method can hardly fail to achieve nome
tbing toward an end that ig
philanthropy cs to sport—if that iaphilan
thropy (liât consider« the animal kingdom.
Reartjnshle protection will certainly heap
proved by
dear to
well as t»pi
and will stay Hie annihila lion
some case«— tbreatenei in
* «port
cn
cures
achieved i
more
HEADY MADE
CLOTHING.
I
SUBSTANTIAL ! DURABLE ! 1 WARM I !
Great inducements for the year 1874.
Our object is to give the peuple just what
they w.iiit i
Substantial Itrady-maric Cloibiug
er.«, for Merchnnls, for Mechanic«
Id bo dressed 111 Re
bio Clot Iti up.
for Everybody that
iiabl
.1 Fusil i
iUrpiTH
eal the fact
Low Pi 1
. One call will
JOSEPH ROW.
31«; ,»f All Ki I.T NT REET«
». A large
llac and doc* all this
supply of
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
ladincfs to meet tho demands of
* >)d at a slight adva
Always ii
thee
**-l:
he House Ij s
ember
Beat Chit hing for the least cash.
thi
JOSEPH ROW.
310 Market Street.
4th, Wilmington. Du
,:e door belo
r hunt 'Bi
M
wit
J. W. UH.r
U, i . Wei., 11
.1. A T,
.1. C. Ca
in
TODD. WELCH &. CO.,
Commission Merchants,
Far I be FiGo , f
I'KOllM C,
(bl.\THV
.STAND No 1, ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
I'hlril nml ItliiK
nsignuientrt respectfully solicited.
« pro
>ui|>tly filled
1 ,Del,
iKt<
Re
c<
r goods
,y2(wly
»! I y made. All orders fo
ti
warded.
P
at
IN IdYV »ODH,
it of
Ju.'t Ol
td a
elegant assorti
Standard Trimmings,
Hamburg Edgings,
Ruflings, Laces,
Ribbons, Ac.
! and full lines of
»JAUSE MERINO I'NDDERWEAR. Uüfil«
ERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS. f.t»\
S. II. STAATS,
No. 4 I . ftlMiket Street,
Wilmington. Del.
Also.
aprlT-wtf
iffipmedFamily Sewing Machine.
VICTOR.'I
Made by tbe Fini:
Mitnuf'u Co.,
d % Lu<n
Lock-Stitch Shuttle Sowiug Machino.
Uses a self-setting Needle, which cannot
D oes the entire range of
Family Sewing. Runs very uuiiT, kaby and
easy
I
ng.
Sold
b Wantki».
thly instalments.
Agi
J. L. FERGUSON, Manager,
Jersey and Delaware.
1227 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
Penn?ylv
U.N
an9vw
R.GBOVES&CO.,
Commission Merchants.
305 ICI3STC3- STREET»
WtLMINOTuN. DkI.„
Fish, Fruit and all kinds of
Country Produce. Consignments solicited
PropPt returo»- e23w3m
Dealers i
PHV «ÖOMÄ
opening
nPRINÖ AND SUMME«
Goods,
J
<
I iress
BI.AOK SXXuEL
(our specialty.)
Knglisli W alking Jacquets
FOU SPHINU WEAK I
K HE NOII FOUI.AR1»
FRKNCII & IRISH POFMN,
SHAWLS, OAS8IMBRK,
WATER-PROOFS,
TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS,
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
220 Market street.
WILMINGTON.
0Ot5.
500.
LAY ASIDB KVKRYTHXNfl I
CAX.Ij AT ONÛE!
ami be convtueeil
OOOU^ KKVKR SO CIIEAf BEFOKK.
Reduoinil at BELOW COST FRICKS.
LEY GOODS.
BOOTS AN JL> SHOES.
Crockery and Glassware.
The greatest variety and the largest assort
ment of goods in the Stale. Koxueuiber the
place and number
ADAMS & BRO.
50U. Market Street. 500.
WILMING TON. DEL.
jan.'Mf
WM. 13. SHAKP
Cor- 4th & Market Sts.;
Hi
opened a fall uisortment ot
NEW AND : 8 KA 30 NADLK
Handsume Dress Fabrics,splendid qualitlej of
Black Silks, Japanese Silks,&c.
Always on hand, a full Block of
MOURNING COOD8'
of the latojt styles
Also, a full line of
DOMESTIC 0 - 00 JOS.
At the lowest rates.
and most relible makes.
For
WM. B SHARP,
No. 31«, 4th Market At«..
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Delaware Carpet House,
309 Market Street, above Third,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Ihe cheapest place in the State to buy your
OAEPETS.OIL OLOTHSJIATTIHÖP,
■»ndWINDOW SHADES.
AT
i-iBisrinr orebb's,
300 Market Street.
N. B —Rag Carpet woven to order at the
nburieut notice, aud lowest market rate*.
wl5-ly
ICE DEALERS .
WALTON & JAMBS.
have rented the office
No. 2 West Third Street.
Formerly occupied by the Franklin Tele
graph Co„ where .they will keep constantly
baud a good supply of their fine
KENNEBEC RIVER ICE,
And will receive orders for the coming sum
mer. Persons who want a good clear solid
ICE during the hot summer months would do
call and leave their orders with theia
well
early, and they will be guaranteed a supply
through the entire season. apr22tf
SPXjIDNDID
EASTERN ICE
FOR. I 18T4.
We have secured a very largo Block of the
tho Keuebec River the past
beit ICE c
winter and will soli during tho summer at the
following prices:
5 pounds duily.
H do do ...
12 do
10 do
20 do
25 do
4<J lbs. and
. recent, per woek
wi do do
1 lo do dir
1 30 do do
do
.1.
do
d
.... 1 50
do
do
do
»0 «lo
ir. at the rate of 11 OD per 100 lb§
Although the above prices ar«
good Eastern Ice can be sold in this market
at a profit, we do not intend to b< undersold
upou any consideration.
Theso prices to take effect on and alter
Monday. Avril 13. piJSEY A .HICK.
Ok nies —40G Bbipley. 4tb and Pojdar. 1318
Walnut Sts. *br7tt
low as
a
1874 ELSTERN ICE, 1874
Having secured a largo quantity of
GOOD 80LID ICE.
the Kenebec River and runninr from
will sell it
Cut
1»J to 20 inches in thickuess,
during tho coming summer ut thelfoll vwing
prices :
50 celts por \ teek.
5 pounds daily.
8 do do ...
12 do do ...
16 do do ... -
20 do do . 150 do *io
1 MO do <lo
40 lbs. and over, at the rate of $1.00 per 10)lbe.
The above prices to take effect on Moi iday
April 13th. 1874.
Our Ice is as good as any ice that
offered in the market, and will be sold us low
the lowest.
do
do
. 80
-do
do
1 10
rtio
1 30 d
24 do do
lie
WALTON & JAME8, n
King and No. 2 W.3d Su.
aprBtf 15th and
T HIS llouao has lately been fitted up. an<T I
receive, .trict attention of the PropH- I
etor. and is ckassed among the best hotels I
of the Peninsula. je6-lyw |
Ponder House*
MIIiTOUST, DEL;
J. P. HAUT, Proprietor.'
(•04 A 4A4)Jj'00D>
^HARLES WARNER & CO.
^ Market BtreoftWharf,
wn.utMTOK, Dsi;
Wbolesnle and Rotnil 1
-IN
Anlliraclle nuü Bllumluoue roel.
'the only lirw in this city rereivin, i-oal
J u :i, sit ruil.lrmu I'uuibolla'ul region.
"'b. on" tnn ••Hin* K xc y K t. v
l.ob'ntl uml Wilke burro Cuill t-olu|'
< ' < Kveryoue>buuliluHO ibe SLawuen
family. uioaui or manufacturing I'Urpo
We guarantee it to make lens a-hes, pro
* economical and give bolter saiistatth
- - coal offered in this market.
ASK roKSHAWNKK ^
Tell your friends what you thiak ot
SHAWNEE COAL.
CIIAKLKK WAKNKK A < '» •
M ulket blrect \\ h irf.
Oüiil fol
more
than any
Hi*
JeVMy.
PILE & MURPHEY
to Win. U. Allmnn l St Bro .)
Dealers iu
(Successors
GOAL AND WOOD,
Oor 20th and Market Stroota ,
(Vlh W»rit) WILMINGTON, DEL
0r4.ru left with Jahh P- Allmnnd, K',l.ll.
•Ha Market «troeu, ur ut oHr >w>. W' 11
tWAft«."» «-• ?■*«
hand. imui.n-i»
OUR PATIÎüT w
D eliver the best coal into i ll
laks »'""vrrarÄ 1 "
"""janlOtf Frenoh Btreot Whart.
JOSEl'H POUT
ENTERPRISE, uarlkiuu anu
fcllAWNEB COAL
AT BCUUYLKILL PRICED.
Oak and Pin. WOOD by the cor J aud sawed.
W« try to «xcol all our neiihbor« In thw
Dreparatiun of our Coal, how lar W'
iuoce.tl.4 we will leave,to our.
say for ua.
BELLS
u have
, our customers tu
JOSEPH FU UT.
Orange and Vf ater streets.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
P1A.NOS
For $200.00 and upward*
ORGANS
For $45.00 sod upwards.
For cash or on instalments, at
EOBBLEN&BBO'S Warorooma.
(UP STAIRS.)
MUSIC HAS CHARMS!
feed
A
PRICE REDUCED
the best inTthe world
The
hl»
...
in
tho
any
ut
Will Last a Life-Time !
ol
35,000
OF THE CELEBRATED
Shoninger Organs,
an
; -
pi
I.
IN JJAIOY UKK.
The best musical talent ot tbe
country recommend those Organs.
The nicest and best. More for your
money,and gives better satistactiou,
than any other now made. They
comprise the
Illustrated Catalogues sent by
mail, post-paid to any address, up
on application to
B. 8 HONINQKK & CO.,
nitw lluvtiu, « <>»».
nov 11
the
a it ovHit ms.
HERMANN AH KENS,
GENERAL PR0VI8IDN DEALER
No. 233 Tatnail Street,
WILMINGTON DLL.
Would respectfully an
nounoe
bis friends aud
rt tho public that he still
ries on the AI eat busin
ut tbe old stand, and will
£&»keep constantly
■T' tbe best quality ol
bund
BUG AR CURED HAMS
ILITCH. SHOULDER».
LAkD. PORK.
BAUHAGE. DRIED BEEF.
CHEESE. TONGUES. Ac.. Ac.
All »>f which will be sold wholesale aud retail
at the lowest city prices.
He returns his thanks to his many custo
mers for past favors and respectfully .solicits
a oontlnuanoe of the same,
JOHN P. ALLMUND,
Cor. 8th and Market streets.
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, TEAS
>
HP 1 C K H , Ac., Aj c.
PLEASE RECOLLECT
That you will find
BLANK BOOKS.
WRITING PAPERS.
FANCY PAPERS.
ENVELOPES
INITIAL PAPERS
SLATE PENCILS,
LEAD PENCILS.
STEEL PENS.
SCHOOL SLATES,
MU Cl LEGE, INK.
PENUOI.DKI 3,
Pocket Knives, Wallets, Traveling Lugs
and Satchels, Fancy articles in great vunety
I and all other kinds of Stationery at
I JR g R. BUTLER'S,
I «„t.« «.ri.«
| jy9 U4rsU.
P ft VOS, MJSPt CInSS, <C&
K
W^ti
.A, /iS
>/
S/
UHEKÜ
iej
Si
iuhr ilini«' Unter« acecftk»
ell, pro
»yed by mineral
, and vital organa waited
!\<i I»
and r«-ni:dn long
e not. d
Ml. I ft.
r other
ppuir.
.. von. I tin? point n
t>) M|)f|»»iu or iNdlgraiion, Hentlaehe, Pain
in the shoulders, Coughs, Tightneas of the ('licit,
Dizziness, Sour KriiciaUons or tho stomach, Had
Taste iu the Mouth, lUllous Attacks, Palnitatfqn ot
r!i,» Heart. Iiitlaminanon of the Lungs, Palu tilth«
rayloti nf tho kidneys, and a hundred otherpa#iful
• 11 ; 1 1 « >i 11 N, tire tho otrsprlngs or Dyapepaln. tm
, ,Vi '.. witi prov.' h I'idler gnurtmUie of iu lugrtia
iiipMil.M •-lvetllsiunenf, t
* |.*< ithiic 4 Id Vouug or I »hl,
,,,,i ,,*• - m •!.• a* Ho' tinWii *>r womanhiinl, nr
' »til Tonic bitters display M du
émeut Is *io'dl hvi
ut tIII(I|'
it'd
,jl j
•Inioi r timt I hHlnlt fcltt.
IirtMItthtlt nthl Intel
mm of tin* blbotl, Mver, I«*».
Bitte
»id*»
1 »
I,
•rx. Disc;
v h ul Itluddf
,-h l»i.->'.r-('S ni
lit I **llt I V
liavo no e-(tiul.
aimed tiv Vitiate«! Blood.
„ ill«' l a ur«mivr
(esRiug tho merit of acting a»
I nitimi
th
well n
K*
I*
»
1 in ri'll«*vlng Congestion
l.ncr i.nd \ i-eeral Orguus, unj la
P
•N, Eruption«. Tetter, Salt
»Io«. Pustules, Polls,
Furl,uncle», lung worms Heal,I lirait, Bore Ejea,
I t vHiPchi«. Itch. Scurfs, Dlscoh»ratlotis of the hkln.
II tit nor s ami Dlseaws ofthe Skin «»f whatever name
or Hat uro. arc literally »lug up uml «arried out ofthe
'a short time bv the use «if the.««» Bitters.
I, Ini Thoii*im«ls proclaim Vinkoah Bit
VK 1 M tlie most wonderful Invigorant that ever Iua
Valued the sinking system.
It. II. lflrDONAIiD A CO.
Druggists and (leu A>is.. San Kranclaco. rat, à
•O.. of Washington di»«l Charlton Wi., N. i.
BOLD BY ALL DKUCGISTö A DEALERS.
KȔm>
I «1 Hiti
llheu.il, Bioti he.i. spots, I
syste
ti
MOOTS AND
celling off
Spring and Bunimôr Stock at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
LADIES-SUFFERS
ARE OFFERED AT COST.
John S. Moreland,
IV. W. ( or. Foiirlh A Popisr Sts.
A l.ir^i. an-1 well «tocll ol l.adio! 1 ,
hildren's ar.d Missos' Bouts and Gaiters,
hich he is selling cheap for cash.
Custom work receives special at
matcrial guarau*
til
tontion. The l
feed to all- , , . „
Repairing promptly attended to. jeo dlv
A HEAVY STOCK OB SPRING AND
SUMMER
CHEAP BOOTS A SHOES,
Nrrniul HI., 2 doors* of Market«
The undersigned respectfully informa
hl» Inends and tho pubiio that he has
hand a large andwell «elected stock
... SPRING AND SUM MKK BOOTS, r
SHOES and GAITERS, suitable lor Ladiei,
Gentlemen, Missoa and Children, which are*
manufactured from tho best material and made
in tho best inannor, and will bo sold as low ae
tho same article can ho obtained in this
any other city. Ladies and gentlemen buying
ut my «tore will have the atlvuntaue ol a large
J varied assortment from which to selectfa
hionablo and neat fitting hoot or shoe. Th«
cordially invited to call and ex
y ecccedingly
Kill N K BftBUUCK. u
Hi
ol
an
; -
iblic
nine my dock
w price".
21 -ti
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THO 8 . R. LALLY,
h:h mahkkthtbkkt,
BUSINESS.
PKOFKHTY BOUGHT, SOLU AND KX
CHANUED.
Houses Routed,
Routs Collected,
Loans Negotiated,
l.KUAl. I'Al' EUS l' il EPA RED
aprlSdtf
,1 { ) I 1 IM 14 < > I ) I > V -
K K CREA MM,
by
up
CONFECTIONS. T0YS>
CHILDREN'S
c:o a c 11 iu « .
FT KK- WORKS
WOODEN WAKE,
I gpjiortiueut nf Staple and
JOHN RODDY,
No 411 MARKET »STREET.
On pot ite tbe Oatette Uflo;e.
Wilmington. Del.
,^-V
n
baskets
And w gen
Ka - y N.liions.
an
ItH
aud
will
C. S. MORGAN,
bund
and l'opulur Styles ot
Dealer ii

Mil'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Ac.
retail
custo
G21 MARKET STREET,
WILMINUTON. DHL.
OUR EKCELSÏOR SHIRTS
ARE MADE TO ORDER,
Cut by Measuro and a Portent K»t euaraa
moy'22-3uul
Fashionable Furniture.
>
J. & 3. N. HARMAN.
No. 410 King Street,
WILMINGTON. DEL..
the citl
Wc rospecttuily inf
ot Wilmington and the
ding countix that
utaeture and keep on hand ut
large and long established warerooms.
Furniture of every variety and
eisting of Mahogany.Rosewood I
Furniture suitable for parlor,dining-room
und ohamber uses.
Uur assortment ot Furniture is largeerand
ied than can be found in Delaware,
and all artioles sold atour establishment
warranted as represented.
Vuniti&n Blinds of the most fashionabio
de to order and kept constantly
continue
to
yi«*. «on
d Walnut
3,
Lugs
vunety
re
de«iig
on band. We also manufacture and constant
ly keep a largeasortment ot Spring, Hair,
Moss und Husk Mattresses.
J. A J. N. HARMAN,
X!pi Sum*.

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