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EIXES OE TRAVEE.
11, AD K L P II I A. WILMINUTON & BAI/ilMORË KAILHOaD. A PH ID aim, 1871. Trains lea\ u Wiluiinaton os follows, lor : i'iiitodoliiliii on.l uiicrwcilia-o siattoi.o, Hfio.s.lu, il :-.D. lu.:«i. a. ni ; 1.1', 711. 10.21 pu p. York. 1.21 a. Miilatleipbia and Ne 12.1V, -.12, p Baltimore jdiato stations. 1--52, 2, 2 U 1,10.02 d intei 10 02. a. ni.; ô.fcO, p. m Uultimoro and W < slunglon, I. . tu.; J. 23 . 5 . 2 U, 7.10. u. 111 . ve for : i.; 1.15, Ü :î0. Trains for Delà» New Castle,* 1 .5, 10.10, a. d interuudiute stations. 12 -3. und intermediate stations, 12../» * SUNDAY TRAINS : d intermediate stations, York, 1.31, hing ton. 12.5 Ui. Seaford 10.10. a. n Del 10.10. a. Philadelphia t 4.45.0.Sii, p. in. Philadelphia and N Baltimore f.u3, a. a w further information passengers are the time tables posit »I at the depot il. F. KFNNKY. .Superintendent. î fsrred ILMINQTON anp READING 11AIL Un and after Tuesday, May 26tb, 1874,trains nu Branch as tol Gbiog Southward W er the He a will run Going Northw STATIONS. No.2. No.4. No.6. _ . p.in. U Wilmington Ill 3.12 7.32 I Chadd's Ford 8 Ooatesvillc, 7 P it Springfield, »>. P.ll Birdsboro', 5 10.Ii* Reading. 5. CONN KLi IONS: ilh trains No.l. No.5.Ni p là 1.4 2.1 u 0 . 41 » ; .7 . Uv 'S J 2.1*0 S.Ul 4.11 «.34 l> 54 11.34 4-32 20 11 .eu 4.00 Pbiludelpbi At Wilmingto Wilmington .V Baltimore. ind Delaware Kail roads; at Chadd's bord with trains on Phila delphia & Baltimore Central Kuilroud; t Coatesvillc with trains on Pennsylvania H. K., and at Reading with trains oil Philudel hia ii Heading,Lebanon \ alley,hnstPenna. !iml Reading .V Columbia and the Berks County Railroad*. .SUNDAY TRAINS.-A trui Reading at 7.1U a. W ilnumrt on ton at :. ai p. m„ ui 4.17 ; Coateivillo, *• m Sunday, arriving at m. Leaving Wilmuu' Chmld's Ford at 1 , 20 ; and iKeading, at 7,37 E. CODLINGS, General Superintendent. al U,1 P. anchor line steamers. Fatuld* Baii. KVKi Pa*Rengers hooked loand from any ltailwo Great lir . 1 Seal Station land. Norway. Sweden, Denmark. Germany, France, Holland, Bcfai State«, Cabin fare from NEW YORK LIVERPOOL. GLASGOW and DERRY by Wednesday's Steamers Htttt By Saturduv'. teamers #«»5 and $75. EXCURSION TICKETS, $120. INTERMEDIATE. $35, STEERAGE, $30. Payable in Currency. Partie« sending lor their friends i purchoso tickets United . and LONDON. the Old lowest rates. Country For lurther particular* apply to the Agents, HENDERSON BROTHERS. No 7 Bowling Green, N. Y., or to «AMUEL F. BETTS, Wilmington, Del. MARTIN JOHNSTON, BOOK-BINDER. AND BLANK EBOOK MANUFACTURER. and Publications of all Magazines, M k inet Pound at the lowest rates. Back Numbers of periodicals Special attention g prdiod. aking Ac nt Books of every variety ot Ruling Binding. Satisfacti will receiv id guaranteed. Orders l>y mail prompt attention, MAItllN JOHNSTON, No. 420 SHIPLEY STREET, wil.KINGTON. septi -tt Jas. E. MpCabynky. Danifi. Kknnky. Late of Philad'a, Late of Macan ifcSon. Wilmiitcloi: l|ilio(stery 416 91 iR Is KT STRKET, McCARTNf;Y~& KENNEY, General Upholsters. hr-i, nod I their ourally, that they holsteriug busine.-b Tho l< lriond. d the puhl d tho 1 ho- at Un Market stre .n all t.3 br. Furnituie Lpliol-ured .with best <1 work 1 1 ship. Carpets, Matting-' :»» 1 1 uil Cl- th", made and terial laid. SI in Window shad ' priog. Hair 0 .it ! I. itions. N. B.-Plan.-* of Hall and «a.tiiraient ol ike up the :e whe rooms t good.». Orders bv ILKiVl« IV AU. I have _ .Shipley btreel. ïd fr 1 y old stund 4P N.W. Cor. 3 d & Shipley, it asc.l facilities. I shall be better prepare, stouiers with I t PI*IV the ants it my STOVES.Ii RATERS. IAND House Furnishing hoods icrnliy. Being thunkful fur past favors 1 >0 by personal attention to bi h >s to e aihareofyour patronugo. R MORRISON N \V. Cor. tc'-ind Shipley Street**. DELAWARE FIRE Insurance Company, No. (iOS Market Street , WILMINGTON. DEL. incorporated 1826. Insurance for a tei Charter Perpetual of y ( Perpetual Insurances at Greatly Reduced Ratos. promptly adjusted ice ug y other «* los damage by fii ip iy. DIRECTORS: Geo. W. h'parks, . Can by, •is Bi. W . M. Can by. . Win.II. Swift, •lohn K. Tatum, W. G. Gibbons. . W- Bush, G Geo. W, Stone. WILLIAM CANDY. P F. L.Gti.pin, Secretary blent. pra JOH im HODJiy, ICE CREAM 8, CONFECTIONS, TOYS CHILDREN'S (!G AC II 111 H , KIRK-WORKS BASKETS, WOODEN WARE, And a geneml assortment of Staple and Kam y Notions. JOHN RODDY, No 411 MARKET STREET. Opposite the Gazette Ofiice. WHicinctoh. Dd.Z mm* u» ISA XKS A XI> RA jVK EUS. THK ABTIZ4NS SAViNUS BANK 502 Market Street, incorporated February 23,1M61. Open to receive depositsldaily from '» A. M ,1 Saturday day s odock. T until 4 P- M.. and eveuing* from « A SEMI ANNUAL DIVIDEND, of six per cent, has been regularly puid on deposits, Rince tho organisation ol th« Bank, and it is the expectation ot the Maauuers.ihat this rate of dividends will bo conltuuej. not withdrawn, they deonsim. Thus pt When dividends accounted a.* deposits compound their inter« t twic. i HA A A (i KitS : William ». Uillus. | Gxouiiic W. Bush. OLKMkNT H. SMYTH, I G KO HUK »S. (Japkllk. Chas. W. Uowi.anp, IM. L. Lichtknstkin. N a riiAN'i. K. ÜENöow, I Fowako Uamlinutom Uknhy F-Dur». |J K. M. S.TOTSKN HD RG, I Wm. LISwikt, Anthony Uiuuins. W M H . U ILLKR, Présider, t. President. E, T. Taylor. Troisurcr. 11. .1ACK. (Jeo. W. Buch. V feb21—iy IRNT JN A r rif >ÎSi I, IRAN It OF WILMINGTON. Depository of tho Public Moneys, AND Financial Agent of the United Gluten. F EDWARD BETTS, President, GEO D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier. $500,000 Paid up Capital« York Exchango fur without charge. Philadelphia asd N nishe l t o regular Deposito Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, at 8:30 A. M. DIRECTORS George W. Rush, Eli Garrett, Jonh W 1 lliaiu fat nail. Clement B. Smyth, Israel Pu»ey, T. ileal.I. Henry S. McCouib, Du'Ad .lûmes, Edward Betts. 18 iyi i b MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK. I\o. 4 W. Tlilnl Street. Six per rent, interest. Op Saturday evenings and every day. Griimdiaw, Trea*.. J. P. Walen, 11. D.. P John F. Miller. Clerk. yl-tt Tuesday and A It. 't. HATS AM> CATS. DUBELL Til BATTER, 2 East Third Street, WILMINGTON. DEL. -ly L. H. QUAY 'S CHEAP HAT and CA» J EMPORIUM. 402 KING STREET 402 HA Hint A Hi:. D. H. KENT & CO* IMPORTEUR AND MANUFACTURERS* T8 FOil AG recxrsr, STLEL Hardware, COACH MATERIAL, Have I be largest Stock of goods in the State in their line, and best assorted Stock in ibo United States. Nob, 205& 207 Shipley &210 & 212 Orange streite, WILMINGTON, DKL. Wm. GREEN & Go., Ruocesaord tc Pedrlck. Gi I niporb A Co.. id ii IRON AND STEEL, BITUMINOUS I COAL, GALVANIZED IKON, COACH BUILDERS' IIA III) WARE *«., B. K CORNER OF THIRD a uil SI1IPLRV 8TN„ always on ort u hand u full r. ;7l. /'4 :nt of v IKON d HTKBI. Ilf, Ht t, r in, 1. ,,i / American tl inercd and Rolled ^vBaru, English Ko I fined Barn of all P tiros, Hand, Hoop, ■ and Slit Iron,beht Norway Nail rod« nd Auger Shapes, Galvanized and Black Cant, »Shear. Blietar German, Swede.Spring. Tire Mac.hinery.&ndTupStoel. Smith, Coacb.&nd other Hardware—florae Snoes, Horse Shoo Naila, Borax, Boita. Clip«, Nuta, War hers. Malleable Castings, Wagon Boxes, Springs, Axles, Spokes.Felloe«,Shafts; Bows, &c.,CarriageCanvuHfl, Oil Carpets Rat tinett,Enameled Top and Dash Leather,and Coach Hardware of all kinds; Iron Wire Gal vanized Naila, Babbit Metal, Load, Spelter, Tin. Sheet Zinc, Ac., Grindatonea, . Back Chains, Ao , &«. Smiths' and other tools. Anvils, Vices, Bel ,ows, Sledges, Hammers, Shoeing Knives, Files, Rasps, Smiths' Drills, Tire Beuders. Twore Irons, Stocka and Dies. All of which will be sold at very low prices, wholesale and retail, for cash or ap arch 2. 1868. • 2} aheet I , Ban Cranka and Roll : dit. ez Mirror*, A full, assortment of all sizes, indu ling double magnifying, Acc. . IS. BRINGUIJRST A CO., WHCorner.of Sixth und Market streete. I S.»iIh Curolina Xef/ro Writes Home from I, Hierin. \ro copy (lie following leller from (he Yurkvilln Enquirer, written hy Solomon Hill, a r ilureo man wliu went from York, Liberia in 1871. Indusu ion» S. U, colored peuple can get rich in Liberia: crop an I inn nearly done plunlinR anolber, aud I kuow if a person will ball work lid cm make a good living in Liberia. I rained lait year rice, potatoes it ini cthMid't, of wbcli 1 bad abundance lor my o*vn u-<? and a quantity lor a ile. I sold over lÜO kiovea of nweet i. unde o. "1 In potato« m, and lilty kroves of c.iSsada and lilty k roves of riot*. Potatoes are worth 25 I krove; casaatla IS ceuls.aud rice ceuis pe lialf-cl»aoril„$l. My com is now matured. a large crop of rice, i have i hero with no oilier work I have sow made good cor the labor of planting. Of ginger, which is a staple product,! have ihm year planted over 100pounds,which is miflicient lor one acre, and will yield 1,000 pounds of dried ginger, worth in Ibis market len cents per |K>itnd. 1 have an orchard of 2,000 ooflee trees. Fixiy of ruy trees, planted in 1872, are bearing, and are now ladeu wiili coflee .Line Moore has 1,800 trees, Joe Watson, 800, Scott Mason, 1.« 000, aud nearly all of our colony are en gaged in cotise raising. Uoflee is worth here IS cents in gold, 20 cents in Lui ted Slates currency, and rency of Liberia. Oilier articles rate about us follow»: Calico, from 12A to 18 cents per yard; tobacco, 40 cent» per pounds,auger»$4 to $5 per hundred pounds mollisses, SA cents per gallon; bacon, 22 cents per pound/flour, 10 cents per pouud/ mackerel, 0 cents each; chickens,25 cents; ducks, $1. tha cent» in the cur eggs, 25 cents; turkeys, (iuod milk CJW8 sell at vsrioua pries, from $25 to $40. 1 am better BalialiecI than 1 q l am worth more than ever before, I have three good framed house» with shingle roofs,and neat hoarding paling urouail my lot. The timber in use here heur» u strong reaemblancu to brimstone a» to color of the d conHSijuently ha» the appro priate nauio of brimstone wood. Wild game in plentiful, including the ordinary *o\v, deer,squirrels, monkey», Ac. 1 have «een as many a» a thousand monkeys in one drove. The meal of this animal ia highly pri/.ed as an article of food. Tell Colonel McCorkle for me that wilhin live years, if 1 live, 1 will be able to seucl him 4,000 pounds of Liberia oollee of my ovro raising, and it is the desire of myself and friend«,to sell him our crop» and ship direct to him." since emaccipation, and w a 1 grain, cow, the ii or. (int in's Prospect ire Dan liter. Thin a Louisville Courier-Journal de scription of a young lady from Wilkesbar • re, Pa/ Sho i« a young girl! Scare many others! But this girl is unrivaled. If 1 should sav she was pretty, that would ouly half ex press the charui of her face. If 1 were to she was merry, the quality would be gauged by the prauksand fun of some other girl. 1 were to nay »ho wa» witty and ready,the mind would at ouce compare the quality to that possessed by another. She is the drollest, most faaciuatiug and entertaining sprite 1 have ever met. 8be ia aaucy without being perl, funny without L. ing rude or boisterous, and handsome . Guar being vain. 8hc » ngs tho «weetent 1 , : ie rollicks in all her bright airs the opera bouffe, and has ho many rd,ridiculous anecdotes that she makes Her audience ache from incessant laugh sav ii* icr. As her foreman «he had a graduate fron Princeton. They sparred in the muet enter taining manner. Doth were quick at repar tee, and Huflicienlly well acquainted to understand each other's meule. There never was any danger ofeithor being huit AU these charms are embodied in ihegraee fuBfonn of Hattie Harding,the only daugh ter of Judge Hurling, of Wilkesbarre. To save further trouble ill« (Courier-Journal mcKtioKH that sbe is lhe liancee of Mr. Wm. Curtin, sun of Gov Purlin. Hi Jemtnnhi No doubt the »tory of poor Mary Pom proy will In* forgotten by the public he 1 ton* lhe needier scandal shall have ceHBPd to he a theme of animated popu lat discttssior. And yet hers lathe more sorrowful case; and if she told a true tale on her deathbed it is not likely that [the lUv. Blendeuning will receive much sympathy and support even from his own congregation. Perhaps, now that the victim is in her grave, there will he no necessity lor tho accused minister to publish his*'statement." The voice that accused h ill s hushed for ever; and the complainant in the cases of breach of Herereml Mon J. A. Tool, J. C. P.INNI .1 W Wklch. C. F. Wklch. TODD, WELCH & CO., Commission Merchants, Fc tho Fuie of COUNTRY 1'iumid:, STAND No.l, ODD FELLOWS* HALL, Third anil KIuk Mii,,WiluiliiglOR,Dcl i.'oiiHignments respectfully solicited. Re turns promptly uiiido- All orders fur good» promptly filled ami forwarded. jy24wly NEW GOODS, Juat opened an elegant assortment of Standard Trimmings, Hamburg Edgings, Rnflings, Laces, ,,i Ribbons, &c. Also, new and full lines of G A USE MERINO UN DDKRWKAR, HOSI ERY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, ktc. H. II. STAATS, No. 4 17 Market Street« Wilmington. Del. aprlT-wH "VICTOR," I Mmleby tue Fink le de Lyon Manuf'u Co., Look-Stitch Shuttle Sowing Machine Uses a self-setting Needle, which cannot he net wrong. Docs the entire rango of ily Sewing. Runs very muut. k ah y and kaht. Sold on easy monthly instalments. Auknts Wanted. J J. L. FERGUSON. Manager. Pennsylvania, New Jersoy and Delaware. 1227 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia. anhyw N ew crop TURNIP AND RUTA BEG A HEED. At W. N. CUANDLER'rt, fî6U Market 73 tree I. ii'7 COAI. AMD WOOD. s CHARLES WARNER A CO. J Maiket Street Wharf, Wn.uiKOTON, Dsi.. A I »ealer* VVlioleoole end llel -IN ilitotin 4'oul. A ut lirwclle «ntl Ull » (hid city receiving coal (Juuiberla"d region, oiling lOxci-uaivicLY the Coal Company a 'lhe only Lrm i daily all ruil, iront ly tirm i Lehigh aud Wilkesbai Kveryonetbould usa the Bhawnco Coal for family, steam or manufacturing purposes. Wo guur&utcu it to uiuke less ashes, prove more economical and give bolter satisfaction than any coul oliered in this market. ASK KOKSHAWNK.KCOAL. BURN SHAWnKE COAL, frien Is what you think of tho J ho All at a Tell y SHAWNEE COAL. <11 AKi.KS WARNER 4 OU., Maikel Street Whirl. j ol 12-1 y. FILE & MÜRPHEÏ. (Successors to Wm. 11. Allumnd A Bro .) Dealers in COAL AND WOOD, Cor 20th and Market Streets., (ütk Ward) W1LMINUT0N. DEL Orders left with John P. Allmond, Eighth and Market streets, or at our uüice, will ha promptly attended to. Best Lehigh und HuUuylkill Coal always on baud. may7.74-ly OliRPATENTW/lUOyS ELIV ER TUE BESTCUAL 1N10 CEL LARS without dumping G. W, J4US11 &, RON, French Street Wharf. JOSKl»lI FOÏJT D the |»ave ment. Junlotf SELLS ENTERPRISE. 11ARLEIGU AND SHAWNEE COAL AT SCHUYLKILL PRICES. Ouk and Pine WOOD by theoord and sawed, neighbors in tho Coat, how far will loavo to nur customers to JOSEPH FOUT. Orange aud Water streota. We try to excel all preparatiun of o succeeded say for us. jell ha riANOS A\J> OitOANH. PIANOS ty to 1 For $290.00 and upwards ORGANS For $45.00 and upwards. For cash or on instalments, at ROBKLF.N ft BRO'8 'Wuroroom*. (UP STAIRS.) MUSIC HAS CHARMS I PKKJE UEDÜCED. THE BEST INTtHE WORLD Will Last a Life-Time ! 35,000 OF THE CELEBRATED Shoninger Organs, IN UAILY If.SE, Tho best uiUHical tulcut of Ibo rouotiy rci-onimend thc-ifi Organs. Tlje nicest and best. Moro for your money,aud gives better satisfaction, than any other now made. They comprise the 1 Illustrated Catalogues sent l»y mail, post-paid to any address, up on application lo D. HUONINOKK ft CO., New IIhv. u, Cuuu. novll \y ILLI AM LALLY. WHOLESALE DEALER IN Brandies, |Whiskies, W I fM 1CW, *211 EABTBONT FHTREET, Between French und Walnut htreete, WILMINGTON. DKL. LEWIS RAYMOND 615 SHIPLEY bTHEET, H.E - 03?;E31TEID. BPLKN1D WINKS AND LIQUORS. Pure from the Cuelom Uouac.imported direct. Alao FINK OLD RYK Jn BOURBON WHISKIES <1 delivered ut the luwcet poaeihle may Sold prit-on. WM. S. WATT. NO. 1009 Market street. PLUMBER, GASÆSTtAM FITTER Wish«« his friends and patrons to know that he baa resumed busineta in the ubovo bran ues and would desire lo renew their custom heretofore so liberally boa to wed. lie is pre pared to do all kinds of work in hia line, and submit estimates of finish all eontraets aud aomplete all jobs in the most SUBSTANTIAL AND SWORE MANLIKE MANNER. Satisfaction to all will be my aim. and the small possible profit charged Give m** e oall. , guaranteeing of «I.3Î-.I R. GROVES & CO. Commission Merchants. 305 TCXISTO STREET. 1 WlLMIKUToN, Dkl. , Dealers in Fish. Fruit und all kinds of. Country Produce. .Consignments ho I ici ted e23w'Jm Prompt returns. groceries. HERMANN AHRENS, GENERAL PROVISION DEALER. No 23!i Tatnall Street, WU.MINHTON DKL. Would reHpeetfully to bid frionds und nounoe the public that ho s\ill car lies on tho Meut buuine-m ut the oldBtiiud. and wi I VCiiiSrLoop cou.tantly the best guulily ol llUbd .. HUKAK-CUflKD HAM:. ilUTCII, aHOIH.DKK». I, A 111), i'UKli, haIisaue, dried hkick, CHKKaK, TUN 111) KM. sc.. Xr. All of which will bo sold wholesale at »be lowest city prices. lie roturns his thauks to bis many ruslo mers lor past favois aud respeottully sol.cits a continuance ol the same. ici ail JOHN F. ALliMONl), Cor. 8th arid Market streets. I) ft At. hKS IN GROCERIES, TEAS, I H I* 1 t! ICH. Set'., a .• 511 king St. & 2 <l ami king. W K BOWMAN Grocer & Tea Dealer, . Private Families Hotels, liestsi other oonsumois suppliod with rants u,J THE BEST GROCERIES AT FAIR PRICES, AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. leroiiil anil King himI 511 King Bn may."tO iui HE NEW STORE! MY MOTTO : A QUICK DIME IS BETTER THAN A SLOW DOLLARP* Aa I desire, on account of the great ecarci ty of money, to sell at the lowest figure, have boughtexcluHively for cash, i to sell at small profits and mako <iui(k sales. 1 keep on baud at all times The Choices'. Variety ol GEOOERIES, At the most reasonable figures. Should you doubt it, you huvo but to call and examine my goods and prices, and you will bo < 011 vinced. Don't forget tho number, 111 West Second Street, W. N. MKI.VIN. jelt»i3w READY MADE CLOTHIN G> »UBSTANTIALI DURABLE !1 WARM 11 Great inducements for the year 1874. Our object is to givo tho people just what they want in Substantial Ready-made I lotliing for tanners, for Merchants, lor Mechanic« tor Everybody that would he dressed in liable and Fashionable Clothing, ut surpns Low Prices. One call will reveal tho fact. Re JOSEPH !IUH. »10 JARUr.T NTKMT, Had and docs all this supply of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS id more A large Alwarsin readiness to eet th son, and sold nt a slight adv h the cost. $ 3 #*Remember lhe JIouso u Best Clothing fur the least cush. coure the JOSEPH ROW. 316 Market Siri ci. One door boiow Merchant T'iii >wtt 4th. Wilmington Oc). THE GAZETTE PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PR1NTLML OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Ill AT No. 416 Market Street. H. U. W IOSî , l'' SAY8 1 will contlnuo to CL BAN AND THE ml Time t CLOCKS for| 003 jtlarkcl alrerl, Ui WILMINGTON. DEL. Aug. 6th. 1874. jc20 d-'m PLEASE RECOLLECT That you will find BLANK BOOKS. WRITING PAPERS, FANCY PAPKR8, ENVELOPES INITIAL PAPERS SLATE PENCILS, LEAD PENCILS. STEEL PENS. SCHOOL SLATES. MU Cl LEG K, INK. , PEN HOLDE I ?. Pocket Knives, Wallets, Traveling Bags and Satchels, Fancy articles iu great variety and all other kinds of Stationery at in the E. 8. R. BUTLER'S 4*40 Market Ktreef. iy» diildren'H Clothing, No.'JHlO Market Nlreet. MRS. M. L. McDANIEL, Has a new and fine assortment of Chil dreit'a Clothiuf, Cusatmerea, Hamburg Edg ings Hosiery, Trimmings, Patterns.**•:..* Inch sho ia disposing of at low prices. Alsu CHILDREN'S CLOTHING CUT und MADE TO ORDER. W MARKET STJVLET. of. ted wdy 1 »REE'S, MEOICTnES, a;*.*. fi r^-3 N W * 2 ê « m & V l! 4 P.-4 hil.r StitirrN accota -HI. pro I l»v imm r.it 'us ted î i. .1 ii ; t ,1. .1 vital .tl it ».I I; *1* lion, llcndnchn. Pain s of »tu* ( 'liest, >1 tin* Stomach, Had Mouth. P.ilious Attacks. Palpitation oi In* Lungs, pain lu tliu Imii'livM other puUiiul s of i>yspe|Mla. Olio si. I ' he !l> art. Hill: i|.: . • ol its I i « • sun ni 4 (.llli Oil. C. n oiiiantioo l, 1 m display HO «I 1 •I c Bill tl . i.IimI :i •nt is room i cxlor y «; 1 . ,1 < l»r lie Ida:. I <1 ■ ( -, Keimt tc r tlie Blood. Liver, kid Kitten have I • i »... 1 « i ! (••mai. II t * ddc I Blood. • 1 • V \ Ml. Il I» tmu a:I in Inilmi tic t r *r«i si* ■ t >f I' J in Mil \ II. Urga Mi 1 m. Erupti »iiM, Tetter, Halt -, l'impie**, pustules, 1 oil,». 1 » • -. 1 * I n»- W1 ^1 111 S. aid Head. Soin Etes. •us of the SKti: I-IrS mr : iftheKk literally dug lip; liutovr Hi I Ids tho I d r tin 1 : ■ î.-. kIhu-i. I «3 1 . fill Tlioicti«n«fa pnx l \ P i that »st wonderful InWgun :its the ell I he Milking deni. is. 11 . i>o.\ai.i> ,v ro. • lid tien AjclM.. Sau of Washington and churltoi! 1m)I.1> V,\ ALL UKLKGIMS ta •iMco. Cal, A lr: Id iipgls itH.. N. Y. DEALERS. n r in:ALi:iis. WALTON Sc JAMES. have rented tho office No. 2 West Third Sireet. Formerly occupied by tho Franklin Tele* graph Co„ where they will keep, constantly bund oil supply of their finu KENNEBEC HIVER ICE, And 'ill mil dear solid onths rho want ICE during the hot summ well to call early. through the cuti u Id d J th them their orue <1 they will he guaranteed a ply pr22tf a*»ï.Æ3Ki rai» EASTERN I CP: IXilt ; 1071. y largo stock of the «bec P. dl during the *d a bei t ICE cut ou the I We have sec cr at thd winter ami will follow i week. . 1 .. .... LO c< fi pound-* daily. do . « .1 1 ' .1 K. d do 1 1 do d< . 1 :jo .l fat .1 80 the r«lc ot fil G) per lOu lbd do : d>< d. do 2.i do 40 lh3. ar lo Although tho above 1 thn inarkut der« old .Id i !.. PÔOd 1 •tor •tit, *y «• a r »idoration. Ul-O id after Hk« oiTivt o The. to P M «öd ,1 .1 I PI I SI. Y ,1 RICE. Hid OsTtRrs- fi** f'hiphy ith and Pupl; prTtf WhI is. 1874 EASTERN ICE, 1874 i-intity of 1 .* 11 red a hi GOOD SOU» ICE. , 1.1 'ut on Ilm L Bin mg II I hi.-It i-h :• I I ln-^lullu W1IIK luring Ihu Ills nek. r, p Ja daily. : < p 1 d. du . i !< 12 du ■in du do I 1 -1 lo d.» -i I a do du d. 1 - lOUlbs. Monday r, ut. Lite rate ..t £Mn» p s to taka effoct on id a: id 4u I bn. Tho ahf A. call. 1 st 1 <•0 that cun bi Our Ice 0 my ill bo Hold us lovV tho fit* re.l i ke tho lowest. WALTON Si JAMKrf, .1 No. 2 W. 3d Sts. Pali and King iipiRtf ill ML Timothy, Clover and Orchard Grana Seed, P fini: mixki> lawn white dutch CLO VEtt, GRKKN GRAFS, DWA 11 F GERMAN WAX.DWARF WHITE WAX BEANS. V ETE, DARK HKD EGYPTIAN, BAS TI A N S SIMONS .V OTIIEK BEET SEEDS. EXT It A EARLY Ca"rTKR*S FIRST CROP LA XT US ALPHA. LITTLE G KM. FRENCH WRINKLED AND OTHER PEAS. ÏKOP11Y TOMATO, HANSOM I.HTTUCK, With a fresh iiupplv of reliablo Flower and Garden Seed«. iuay 26 tf SMITH A BREEN, Fourth and Shipley. Fashionable Furniture. J. & J. NT. HARMAN, No. 410 King Street, WI1.MINUÏ0N, L. i:l... We rcapecttully inform tho ol tl - ol Wilmington and the h dingcountiv that we contii uPicture and keep on hand at largo and long established warcrooma. Furniture of every variety and style, con sisting of Mahogany. Rosewood a in- Walnut Furniture auituhle for parlor,dining-room and chamber ijaes. Our assortment of Furniture is lurgecrand more varied than can lie found in Delaware, and all articles sold atour establishment warranted ua represented. V unit inn Blinda ni the moat fashionable deiigna made to order and kept hand. Wo ala ly keep a largeiuortment of Spring.ila:r. Moaiand Husk Muttrosroa. J. & J. N. HARMAN. it 1 ) Kibk ftueit, ■ssrui:; 1 : ► tantly utacture and constitui-