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LINm OF TH Arm»
P HILADELPHIA, WltHlNGTON &
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
APRÎL WTH.M74.
'trains leave Wilmington as follo^r, for
Bhiladelpliia ami iulcnncdia'o stations,
ti.50,8.10, y ;ty, lo.: u. a. m ; 2, -1.4 », 7 I e ». lo.ut
p. m.
RliiladeiphiA and New Ycrlr, 1 .'il a. in :
12.17, 5,42, p. ni.
Baltimore ami intermediate »talions, 1 ! 52,
I« 02, a. in. ; f».5*0, p. uj .
Baltimore and Wnpliington, 12.52
. 2 « 1,10.(12
Trains lor Delaware Division, leave for :
New Castle,* 12.55, 10.10, a. in.; 1 .*25. (. 80.
8.ft0, p. m.
Seuford and intermediate station.:. I : ;...
10.10. a. ni.j (1.35, p. in.
UCo'a^n a,Ui ' Ilte^U1Cl •' li,0 stations, 12.55
Ul .. , , SUNDAY TRAINS:
rhilauelphia and intermediate - talion?,
4,45, p. ui.
Philadelphia and New York, 1 d, a. in.
Baltimore aud NVashinglou, 12
z.ud. a.
m
For further information passengers are re
ferred to the time tables posted at tho depot
11. F. KliNNEY, .Superintendent.
W ILMINGTON and
HOAD.
On and allor Tuesday, May '^(ith. lS74.tr a ins
will run over the Reading Branch as loi
lows:—
Going Northward
READING RAIL*
Gting Southward
No.2. No.4. No.<^
0.30 Wilmington It) * 1
3.38 7.24 Chaild a Ford 8.25 2.10 0 4'.»
8.28 C'oato&ville, 7.
8.01 4.Î0 '.Ul Springfield, o.:
3.34 4.5(5 (Ml ftirdaboro*, 5.i
«•0/ 5.20 10.15 Reading, 5.'.
CONNECTIONS:
At Wilminirtou with trains ou Philadelphia
Wilmington & Italtiinore.undDelaware Rail
roads; at Chadd's Ford with trains on Phila
delphia A Baltimore Central Railroad; at
I'uatCHvillo with trains on Pennsylvania K.
R., and at Reading with trains on Philadel
phia Sc Reading.Lobanon Valley,EastPcnna.
and Reading Sc Columbia aud Ilia Berks
County Kailroadr.
SUNDAY TRaIN.S,—A train will loivo
Leading at « .10 a. iu., on »Sunday, arriving at
Wilminirtou at 11,17 a. m. Leaving Wilmim -
Ion at 3.20 p. m., arriving at Chadd's Ford at.
4.17 ; Coatesvillo, 5,25; and Heading, at 7,37
JO. COLLING»S,
General »Superintendent.
STATIONS.
No.5. No.3. No.l.
P- ui. p. m. a. in.
5.15 1.45
(5,0:1
7.05 8.38
I
.
13 J 2.00
.4 11.84 4 82
U J 1,1-0 4.10
07
i>.
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
Bail kvrky Saturday.
rausenger I booked to and from an v Railway
b talion or beaport in Great Britain, Ire
land. Norway, Sweden. Denmark, Germany
Stute« * ^ eleiuui ' ,,n '* ,no United
I ,Hit'S ! rom , ,N K W Y ° H K to LONDON.
L VhKMlUL. ULASUOW .. OLIlltV liv
WeditasJaj'» bteauters WUO Dy .Stuurdtn
teamers aud 975.
EXCURSION TICKETS. SI20.
INTERMEDIATE, »in, ÖTEKKAUE. ».'to.
Payable m Currency.
Partien sending for their friends in the Old
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates,
for further particular»! apply to the Agent'
. 1 ";ï i n Ü1 N H *v N llKOTULKb. Nu 7 Dowling
(fruen, N. Y „.or to
HA.MU1Ü« F. BETTS,
Wilmington, Del.
MARTIN JOHNSTON,
BOOK-BINDER.
AND liLANK-LOOK MANdFACTIIIiKH,
MiiKuiineH, Music ami Publication:) i.r all
kind hound at the lowest rates.
Back Numbers of periodical« supplied,
bpocml attention eiven to making Ac
count Dook, of every variety ol ItuliUK ami
Mm».
.SatiBi'action snarantcoj. Orders t>y mail
wil I receive i.roinj.t attention,
tSBBi HAI1TI» JOHNSTON,
420 SHin.EY STREET,
VIT.MIMOTC 1,
No.
BeDÖ-'72M
UKMO VA U
1 b
bhipley j-treet,
removed from my oldftan«14»'<
N.W. Cor. 3d & Shipley,
Where, witn inoreuacd faoiiitier, 1 shall be
better prepared to xupply the w;«nts « ! my
vustomers with
STOVES.HEATERS.
»AND
House Furnishing (Jouis
&
generally. Being thankful for past favors I
ftbpe fty personal attention H* ftusii
( nlii.Lt* torccciveu rhareofyoi
?ss to
•atronngo.
H MORHISON.
fe"md_ N. W. Cor,
The New (JasUcooiinty
mutual
Insurance Company
No 602 Market Street,
INSURES A0A1NKT EIRE,
Huuses aud ail other kinds
of Buildings with their
l:
•Shipley Street-.
7
CCX1
tents,
F'or periods of time varying from '. month
to a term ol year«.
Manaoeb.m :
William Tatnai.l, wiu.jau Car by
.Jamkm Bradkokd. Gi.o. KichamIsu'n
John Guvkr, Saai'l Canbv.
Cuab. W. How Lan», Clement B. Smith.
hnw » Bbin«; m MBT, James Kiuolk,
l'.ûffABD 1. Blllah, a. P. Shannon,
A uruN ItiniAKUHON, Gko. ii. Bates,
M. M. Cleaver,
WILLIAM TATNALL. P
HAM'I. SMPill, »Seo'y.
*'t.
leblu
DELAWARE FIRE
^Insurance Company,-,
^JVo. ÜOS Mari»et Street ,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Incorporated 1S2G.
Charter Peri r.tual
Insurance for a term of year«,
Perpetual Insurances ri Greatly
Reduced Ratos.
Lo««e« promptly adjusted
Insurance against loss
any other company.
DIK MOTORS:
- paid.
damage by lire a«
on
Geo. W. »Mparka, wui. Canby
fjancia Barry. Win. M.Canby,
Win.lJ. »Swltt, W. il. Gibbons.
John K. Tatum, Geo, W. Bush, '
Geo. W, fcitoue. &
. . WILLIAM CANBY. 1
!• I'. L.Gilpin, .Secretary.
«i'lent,
I*r2H-'7(l
.iUHNIU)])ijy,
ICE CREAMS,
'CONFECTIONS. TOYS.
CHILDREN'S
C OA CH KS.
-• KIRK-WORKS
BASKETS, WOODEN WARE,
fs.
mu
(^And a generrl BSRiortment of Staple and
F n i v Notions.
- JOHN BO DI»
No 4L -JARKET STUFET.
Onposite ihptlHZotte OQice,
.Wilaiio.tgD. Lu). .
If8
JUNKS \A V« JH Mi FUS',
&
:
THE ilBTlZOS SlVtlVUS BANK
502 Market Street,
Incorporated February 2 i. 1201.
Open to recoivo depositsldaily fr.
nr.til 4 1». M.. and
evenings Irom 7 I
A SUM 1-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
of six per cent, has been regularly paid
deposits, hinca Hie organization ol t !»•» Bank.
11 ho Managers,that
Ibis rate of dividends will hecntilimicd.
When dividend.' :
:iro accounted as «I*:
deposits compound Uicii inter«;
year.
Il A M
I .'•'a! unlay
Tuesday
S o'clock.
withdrawn, they
Thus peiinauuut
ice in each
it
HANMiKUS:
William «. Hn.i.e:*,
Cl.KUkNT II. .Smyth,
«'HAS. W. How'UNI . I AI. h. I.ICIITKNf.TLIN,
NaTIIan'i. K. Bi.vsov, | Kpwaro Daki.inokt»,
IILNitv F. Dork.
E- M. STOTSKNunno,
Ura>KGtc V/. ilcrstr.
Km
doU II. J AOKtfC
W m. II Sa ir r,
Anthony Him;
WM H. Il 1 Id,MS,
President.
K. T. Ta yli'H. Treis
Propidcr. t.
ÜRO. W. lînsu. V
leb21—1y
J^lIKST NATIONI,
^ OF WILMINGTON.
Depository of tho Public Moneys,
f AND
Financial Agont ol llie United Slates.
KDWAKD DIBITS, 1 'resilient,
GKO. I> A KM?STKONG, Cashier.
snoo,ooo
hange fur
Dopositorv without charge.
• lay;:, at
H AN Iv
I'lild up CopKnl,
Philadelphia aid New York r
nishe 1 to regul;
Discount dny \ Monday.'- and Th
8:.*4tJ A. At.
DIKUCTOKS
Clement B. »Smjth,
Israel I'mey,
Henry S. Mr Comb»
uielJ:
■0 W. Bu;-li,
He
Eli (ft
.loshiia T. llo.-iM,
I illiam Tatiiall.
Edward Betts.
•ft.
1
ai2H
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
Ko. I W. Third sirrfl.
s-Jay
»Six per rent, interest. Oi
Saturday evenings and every «lay,
G rim.'haw, Trcrn.. J. P. .Wales, M. D-. Prnii'i
John F. Miller.Clerk.
r
I
A 11.
yl-ti
h i is A a ii r.i rs.
.1
'Wt l R-:
H ATTEft
if \
.•
■ Fiast Third Street •
'.WILMINGTON. DEL
-ly
L. 11. QUAY'S
< :si i;ai*
HA r r Ï 81 KÎ CAP
EMPORIUM.
402 KING STREET 402
u un m a m:.
». H. EENT 8c CD..
-.IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS'
AHFIxTS
r OL
IKON,
KTJlTCK.
ilncdwriro,
A NI-'
COACH MATERIAL,
Have I lie largest Etoct of goods
the Etale
in
ui Hi« ir lino, and In-st
assortnl Stoch in Ilia United States#
Non, 505& 507 Shipley &2J0
Äs'215 Orango slroitp,
WIl.MINUTON. PEI.,
Wm, GREEN & Go.,
Euccoapors fo Pcdrirk, Green S, ('«*.,
I in nor I err« r.
IRON AND STEEL,
i ITHMINDUS COAL, GAI.VANr7.l-D
IRON. GOACIl I'.U ll,D HR,S' ll A It U
. WAKE -Vo.,
u. f: corner of
third and ÜIIIIPLRV ST».,
;.rj Have always on
H,hand i full us; ort
4 y V . IRON rfuSTKKI.
jwafc&A»"-' ; . •* Be t brands of
% by* Amrrirun Jluin
SH- ^ mered an«l Rolled
• Fingliah Re
linedBurs of all
f sizes, Band, Hoop,
j and blit Iron,fte.'i
uy Nail rod
and Auger Shapes, Galvanize«! an«l Black
.sheet lr«*n, Cast, Shear. Blntar German,
Swede.Spring, Tiro Machinory.imaTap,Steel.
»Smith, Coach,and other llar«l\varo—llorso
Shoos, Horse Shoo Nails, Borax, Bolls. Clips,
Nuts, Washers, Malleable Canting«, Wagon
Boxos, Spri ngs, A xlc«, »Spoke «. Felloe«, »Slia 11 >;
Bows, Jtc., Carriage Canvass, Oil Carpets Rat
tinett,Enameled Top and Dash Leather,and
sof all kind.*-; J ron Wiro Gal
vanised Nails, Babbit. Motnl, Load, .Spelter,
Bancu Tin, Sheet 7-inc, «te., Grindstones,
Crank« and Roller«, Back Chain«, ,Ve , Sip.
»Smith«' and other tool«, Anvils, Vice«, Bel
low«, Sledges, Hammers, Shoeing Knives,
Files, Rasps, Smiths' Drills, Tiro Benders,
Twcre Irons, Stooka and Dies.
... , Id at very low
pneoa, wholesale and retail, lor cash
proved rreflit.
/
,; a

,'oaeti lliirdwi
All of which will bo
or ap
inarch 2. 1808.
■none« Riirrors,
A full J assortment of all sizes, including
doul'lo magnifying, *Yc.
E. B1MNGHIÏRST & C0„
Cgmer'.gf ^IaUi and Market stmt*.
lili fii ouLitiii JHsyi'tilï.
MOU 1. TO N TO UÜ CKOSS-E X AMJNHD - TILTON
tO MAKH AN^ntKlterATttMKB'Ç-BKiCH
FU AND KI.1XAHETII WIÎ.L AGAIN
EPKAK.
HuouKln n, Aug. v4. I>i velo|uneiiL h dur
ing this Wui in Hie Ucrchor «caudal pr.iiu
isi b» In* Ihr statement Tilton is preparing,
Ihn. ih'liTico of Moulton against tin* charges
■ ■I blackmail, and I he icpoit of the commit
too i f investigation. Tim coinmitleo do uul
look upon Moulton's <locuiuc>il very nerim»«
ly. They .say they huvti already siitHcicut
liiitiniony to (over every point lia make«,
I will uot tit lay their infant Uj call any
add itional wiLijcksch. They arc, however,
coiieiileriug the propriety ol ealliug Moulton
to 1* t » fy at llic meeting next Wednesday in
older lo cross examine hiiu on his étalement
Ihn c<> m mi Hue 's report will be mad" lo
tho chilien on Friday evening autl will lie
siihuiilltal to a vote ol the church members.
The committee are tenacious m (lie vimlica
lion of Beecher.
Tilton Rays his btalemont will bo ready iu
three or lour days.
Jt is lunted (.that both Beecher aud Mrs.
may speak again after Moulton aud
TiHc
'I iltmi m\ho their supplementary stalemem>*
II hat h Committee-man Mays,
A member of the committee (Rated lo
I lie h'jyle reporter »Saturday that thecom
miltio iuid decided at once lo invite Mr.
Moulton to Hiihmit to a cross-examinnlion
in reaped to Ids laies Hiatement, and, to
that end a meeting of the Committee will
!»o held next Wedneadiy.
The Fame gentleman informed tho
porter (bat Mr. Beecher would undoubted
ly dc»y I »rnially some of Mou I Ion's as
aertioiiH.
In his talk before Hie coininittee one ilay,
after th«î regular examination was over,
Tilton went on say that liotli Mr. Beceher
and Mrs. Tilton, when together, iu the
presence of Moulton,admitted, each in the
presence of ihu other, the commission of
adultery. This point Moulton has forgotten
lo cover in framing bis nlnteinent. Of
<• im; there is no doubt it is a 'Mliunderios"
lie.
The comittecman had his attention cal
led to the way Moulton treats the charge
of blackmail. Tho gentleman said that
Moulton's defense I hat his last Maternent
was precisely what he had originally writ
ten for the (Mintnillee is evidently a lie.
Mr, Beecher crushed Moulton out there
completely,and what Moulton paya on that
point has baon incorporated in his state
ment since M r. Beecher testilied. Of one
thing not hereforo known, there can be
doubt, Moulton has been negotiating with
Mr. Beecher not to say anything about the
money allair; that if Mr. Beecher would do
,Moulton would not make any statement
at all. Mr. Beecher refused to do this.
This was a few days before Moulton made
his last Abort statement.
Moulton's explanation of the blackmail
business is precisely the way all blackmail
ers lake. They never make use of that
ba<l Word. They do their work and charac
ters ) it in various manners,in accordance,
wit h the delicacy of their |*rceptiou, their
refinement, ete. Moulton, in effect admits
in his statement that he didbhtckmail Mr.
Baechcr, although he does not call it by
that name, neither does Mr. Beecher.
The report of Ihe committee will be sub
mitted next Friday, it is now nil ready
except verbal changes. It could have been
presented la*t evening, aud a majority of
the committee were in lavor of it, but it
ci finally thought best to delay it and
give Moulton a chance to speak.
le
no
I
7 he
Steim nt in ff Mutch utfLomj
ii ranch —■( 'hattcnife to thi' Vic
tor.
1 ono I'lMNCiT,Aug. 24.—Thomas Coyle
•>t Chester, Penn., lias issued a challenge
• ilrring to compete with the victor in the
swimming mutch between Johnson and
I r* diiL'. hereto morrow for the champion
ship of tho world. Coylo, who lias ob
tained .some notoriety asa swimmer, cflers
his competetor live minutes .«tart,the course
d he from Chester to Philadelphia,and the
dat<* of match to he li ved horoafler. Both
Johnson and Tranitz express a willingness
to meet Coyle.
READY MADE
('IJ)TI UNO
I
I BSTANTl AL ! DURABLE 11 WARM III
Gf. at indureinon'.i for the year 1874.
Hie people iu«*. wlial
«•
c.liird i*
tiiey nm.i
StilMaiitiai llcady-madc Clolliiug
I amic i '. lor Mercbanls.for Morlianici,
î'.'i. ' 1 V'C-dy Hint would fto dresaed in ile
liaid" and I-ashinnahlo ('lotbinp, at Miiprii:
* ; >k L«iw 1'rn-eH. One call will reveal Ihe fact.
i
IOM P»1B ROW.
TUI .JAKKt.T STRUT,
Il .
and do«-.--: all I his ami moro
A larvo
apply •>!
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
AI wav.- in rcuilincy« to meet Iho demand« of
i ho n n*on, and sold at a blight udvancoon
II.«
»
i. 4 ?,. l , U ; , , n . c,uhftr ! ho House lo eeruro tho
I .1 ( l«d hing lor tho least rush,
JOSEPH ROW.
'ft* Murkot Street,
One door fteft.w 4th, Wilmington. Del.
-I'c-liiiiit MTiilorinit House.
2 iwtl
!\l
> 10 \V GOODS,
Jut opened a
elegant ossortmeLt of
Standard Trimmings,
Hamburg Edgings,
Ruflings, Laces,
Ribbons, &c.
und tuUlinui of
<1A USl.; Al Kill NO 1 NDDKRWUAK. UU.SI
1.11V, ULOVUS, NOTIONS.kto.
S. II. KTAATH.
Al
Fio. 'I I 7 Mni-lict Street,
Wilmington. Del.
a I riV-wtl
IiniirovcflFaniily Sewing Machine.
' VICTOR,"|
Math' hr
/A. Finit It <t* Lyon Mnnuf'o Oo. t
Lock-Stitch Shuttle Sowing Machino.
Uses a «elf-setting Needle, which Cl IIH ot
.. wrong. Doe« the entire range of
i* a in il y »Sewing. Ruin very i.mur, kamt and
camt. Sold on easy monthly Instalment«.
Aokrth Wantkii.
J. L. FERGUSON, Manager,
Bean yl vania, New Jersey ami Delaware
J. ..V Chestnut »St., Bhiladolphia.
oji9vw
UKORÖE VICKERS,
ATTORNEY AT RAW,
€'llf*M(«*rtOH H, li 4*111 Co., Nil.
II. W. VII HEKN,
ATTORN EY AT LAW, do
t d&wen-eo
T
ÇQ4h iNll !| fi (W,
QHA»LtB WARNER A. CO.
Market Street ,W haï f,
Wilmington, Diet,.
vViiolesrilo and ll.ctuil | lonlrrN
-IN
Aiitlirnclte nml ItltiimliioiiN (oui,
The only lirai in thia city receiving eo »l
daily all mil, iruui Uumberluod region.
I lie only tir iu selling MvcI.hhi vki.v H ,ft
Lehigh and W ilkeshnrre t'.ml Company's
Conl.
ICvery on©should usa tho »Khuwmc ('nul for
family, uteiuu or manufacturing purpeRes.
W© guarantee it to um l:o lim n*>hv.-. prove
nidru economical and give botter Batistact ion
than any coal ollored in this market.
A3K FOK8IIAWNKK ÜOAIi,
BUHN öl IA NV iN KM COAL.
Tell your friends what you think of the
SHAWNEE COAL.
CUARLK.3 WARN Kit .V CO.,
Market Street Whirl.
j«12-ly.
FILE & MURFHE 7
lSuco essors lo Win, 11. Allinond A Bro..)
Dealers in
COAL AND WOOD
Cor 20 th and Market Streets.,
1
(0th Ward) WILMINGTON. DEL
Orders left with .lohn P. Allmond, Eighth
and Market streets, or at our otlico, will be
promptly attended to.
Best. Lehigh
hand.
1 Sctiuvlkill Coal always
may7,7l ly
Oll K I'ATI-INT WAMIAKi
D
ELL VER Til E BEST CO A L 1 Nï O C KL
LaRS without dumping
G. W, BOSH Si SON.
French »Street Wharf.
the pavo
ment.
JanlOtf
josEi'ii loi jrr
SELLS ENTERPKIFE. HAllLRIGIl AND
SHAWNEE COAL
AT ÖC11IIYLK1LL PRICE:
Oak and Pine WOOD by tlioeor«!
«I sawed.
W© try to cx'rel all
proparution of
succeeded
say lor us.
jell
noifthhnrs i
Coal, how far
wilt lcavo to our customers to
JOSEPH EOLT.
Orange and Water streets.
^ the
|*/.liVO,S AMP Oi:aA\S.
ITAN()»S
t
For $290.00 unci up war. u
ORGANS
For $45.00 and upward».
For cosh or on lnntalu.onts, at
ROBELEN&BHO'ä Waroroomn,
(OP 8TAIR.S.)
MUSIC HAS CHARMS I
phkji;
UEDIJORl )•
THF BEST IN THE WORLD
Will Last, a Life-Time
I
35,000
OK T HK CELKRUATRD
Shoninger Organs,
IN IJ A11. V IJf.K,
Tim best munital talunt ol the
couQli y rccomuiemt Uiohh Urf'an«.
Tim nicest nml host. More Cor your
uioucy ; ttud gives better satisfartiou,
than any other now ntmle. Tlicy
comprise tlio
Enrcka- Concfirto Onbestra and Grands.
Illustrated Catnlogaes sent by
mail, post-paid to any address, up
on application to
B. SHOKINGJKU & CO
H>w llav.-n, I'mni.
novll
WM. S. WATT.
NO. 1009 lllaihci si ret,
PLUMBER. ÜAS.&
FITTER
Wiihen hi« fnendn and patron«« to know Hint
be ftaa renuuiea husinoRs in tho aftovo ftr:m
cob and would desire to renew tiieir c^toui
nerefoloro bo liberally l»eut«»wed. lie ia pro
parèii to do all kinds of work in hi; lino, und
sulHUit estimates ol rosi, gunnintecing to
tiQiln all eon tracts and oomideto nil jobs in
tbe most
SUBSTANTIAL AND ÏW0RRMANL1KE
MANNKR.
» Satisfaction to all will be ir.v
small pohbiftlo profit charged
(jlyf m. R rail.
Dm, end tfto
up2M
LBWIS RAYMOND
6X5 BHIPLBY ÖTHEET,
- OJPŒniïCJLJD.
BPLBN1D WINES AND LIQUORS.
Bure from the Custom House,imported direct.
Also
FINE OLD RYE k BOURBON WHISKIES
»Sold and delivered at the lowest possible
may
price«.
T AX
CITY AND SCHOOL TAXES FOR 1874.
l'AYER,S, TAKE NOTICE!
Tho undersigned Rocoi vera of Taxes lor the
City of Wilmington, will bo at Hie City Hull,
on and after tho limt day of July, lb74, bo
twofn the hours or 8 an«l 12 in the morning,
ad.lrnut 2 to »* In the afternoon,to r tho pur
due or receiving Taxed. A deduction ol live
per cent. \t made on all Taxe« paid in July;
ull paid in Augast and up to Iko closing ol
the p'dln of the city election, the faco of tho
bill »uuat be naid; und alter that date five
per cent, will bo added to the I,ill.
ALEXANDRE. CHANDLER
WILLIAM «TILLEY,
Receivers of Taxor
v
iy2-2m
EtV CR01
TUKNll* AND Itm-A DEO A SEED
At W. N. «.'HANDLER'S,
• bli Murkvt^Uuet.»
N
iï7
GllOCmiES.
I
lIKltMANIï AUREN«,
GENERAI PROVISION DEALER.
No. 23 iJ Talnall stroot,
WILMIN0T0N .DLL.
Would rtypMtfully an*
no unco to his I'ricmhi and
^ t he public that ho a\ill car*
"■ ries mi I ho Meat, bus'
ut tho old »land, and
slanllv
HipSuiitiiiC
• SUGAR ClIltKI) l! \M?,
FI,ITCH. SHODLDEIlS,
LA III». FORK.
SAUSAGE, DRIED LUFF,
HIIIOIC.SH. TONGUES, Ar A«\
All of which will Unsold wholesale and retail
uL the lowest city prices.
Uo returns his tlmnks lo his many curl >
mers lor pas t l'avoi an;! respectLilly d citi;
a iMn tin iia nee ol the Bailie,
id
à
i,; l.i-'M'
the he ;! •
JOHN I J AhnMOWl),
Cor. 8 th and Market streets.
DKAI KliS IN
.
GROCERIES, TEAS,
H 1-* I <.! I') N . A- c..
Till king St. and kiiiK.
W R- BOWMAN.
Grocer & Tea Dealer,
Private F'amilies lIoL-ls. Iu •!
other ooneumrrg supplied with
.ml
the; best ghocerxes
AT FAIR Pit ICE
AND SATLSFACTION Gl Aft ANT ICED.
**'t«-oml mul RIiiq nml •'»I! King Km.
my.'O 8in
THE NEW STORK!
M'V MOTTO:
'A QUICK DIM I! IS BETTI
m.iiw dollar r
As 1 dc.-ire, on i.ccounl «»I ll.o great .'-r.-irri
ty of money, to sell nt tho I
have bought.cxi-lu uelylt.r rash, and
to soil ut small profils amt make «im« I; sal
I keep on ininl at ait times
THAN A
1.1..I
The C hoir.cy.i 'Variety of
GB()CEPJ]i]S,
At ll.o
.:•! roar
•'•bio figiirr.*', »Shoiibl von
o rail and « \ iiiiim
ill h- mil
li'iuld il, yon h:
-
Is J
1 P
my
t forget the iiuniher,
111 West Second Street,
jcP.u;i
•ed. D
W. H. »IKI.» IN.
h i: i>i:m,i:i;s.
WAIsTOW & JAMES.
ha
o rented ttic otli. o
No. 2 West Third Street.
Formerly oreupied fty tho F'r.»nl li
graph Co„ whei
hand
Tclo
tantly
they will keep «-.»
good supply of then lino
KENNEBEC RIVER ICE,
And xv il I receive orders for Iho coining :•
. Person.-: who want a pood elm
U E during the hot summer months would do
well lo «-.ill and leave their orders with them
early, ami they will he guaranteed a supply
through the entire seas-.
solid
npr-211
:oir>
EASTERN ICE
TPOTT. 1374 .
W «: Ii.-ivo srrurnil :i v
be» t ICE rut
wiiiH'i
lull«)wing prie
■ iv (.1 tl.f
lb«- b.
I will : i ll dm
Iho p.i l
! 1 •' III!
If' III*.. .il
ft pound« d illy.,
«In .
,i I
.!.i
do
do
J ! ,1
hi «I
• I-.
. I I"
do
do
do
■I
27 d
I
11
.lo
Ü1 (hi ... r Ion Ifts
1-J lb . and
r, ut tin
All hough Iho aft,
good Maklern In« rail
at a prolit, w
upon any eon.* derati.
'I'lir.o prirnH to I
Monday, April I 5.
ll«!
n « ft.
VO prirC:-* :
In* void in this
• I int« nd to hr
-
i' Irr - old
I -I
I'tTrrt on a
>1 alter
ivsKV .r iiici:,
Oi
b"'- ! h i I l.-y, lift ;
i Poplar, Hi
Walnut Sl v.
niVil
1874 EASTERN ICE. 1874
Having pecurrd i ftirgi* «i n * ut it v
o I
GOOD SOLID ICE.
Cut
Iho Lcnrbrr ftiv.-r :
ft* lo 2» inrlies in .
«luring tho c.iinin:; miiuuu
prices :
5 pound« daily.
• ft. .
I running IV
ill « II
I Li. I. ii.
at lhr*lolloninir
I
.
ft<) rcr-if ' prr
•«•I:.
• ft.
do
I2
d.
-
. ... I
• l
d
Pi
«I.,
do
«I.»
. I 20
. I :.o
. I Kl)
40 lbs. and over, nt tlio rale «»I $ LOO per lOOlb*.
Tho aftovo prioes to lake cfloet
April I'-Lh, 1874.
Uur i
oflored in tho market,
a.« tlio lowest.
11
i
• I«,

«I *
d«*
«lo ....
d
«ft
M.
day
that c:
bn
any
1 will lie t-«dd us low
WALTON A .IAMUS,
I Mok nml N o. -J W. ::.| ,SK
aprSIf 15l.li
ÎS. H. WI 2 NT
I will continue to
CL MAN
AND
1
(I
i»D
CLOCK.-! fori
903 ifä.-irl.s-i sli-t'4-l,
TUN
UmiiiiI TIiibp
I
WILM I NGTMN, DEL.
Aug, (Jib, ls7l.
\yiLUAM LALLY,
WIIOLKHALR DKAI.KK IN
Brandies
.Whiskies,
-
VV I (N c-.s;, Her.,
'.HI EASTItONT l''STItK ET.
Lutwoon French
• .«ud Walnut «Lreely,
WILMINGTON, DLL.
'DRUGS, MEDTCTnES, iWi
I
* « / Ä V
if
ml.
/t
Ol
Y
1
'tUREKA/^lfj
c.ilir ihcw Ekiiim acrorù
long unwell, pro
destroyed by mineral
al organs WustoU
« r oilier
5 poilll
6» « -(■« |)mÎii
oi repair.
■ 8ii«ii4i«>Niioii, Headache, l*nlu
; : • ( 11M « * 1 •, CnllghH, TiuhtllcHH of the client,
Tim I.. lions ol tho Siomacli, Bail
lh" M"iiih, I'liiou.H AttackM, l'alpttatlou oi
l.iingH, Pain In tho
hundred other puloiid
lh«' oUsprings ul Dv.spepsla. Olio
•Her guarantee ol Its menu
(
l HAM
:l'l, lltll:
!!
;
.!■ <in-\ «.
I
• U III pI'.iVC
/tin ;
B'cittitlr I'ompliiiiiiM, In young or Old,
• : 111 g 11 *. -.kJ lli" dawn ol wonmiitumil, or
«* Tonic I titters display
« 1 nat Improvement la soon per
a l>
i
Ile* I Ill'll of III«. I IlCH
I I an nil'll«
«le
dct«i
r.iiif (p»(it * * • I
...it teilt If \
".'m y m:.l ('(ironic IChr
. KciiilitmiL und lnt«.'i
[ tin* Blood, Liver, Kid
ta IniV" no e<|Ual
: 11 1 by Vitiated Blood.
till«* I" Il l'^il I i VC
fi
. Ho- " i:
•Il His -:.
Tl.ry
Tonic, p ••
m\ "I llll III.
II n
of
Ting
i < lic\ iii'/ ('«ui/i'stioii or iuiiani
•r and \ beend Oilmu«, un i Ul
■ ■ I:• I r.ll t.f til." Î.
l'or Mliia r.niptlona. Tetter, Suit
lo s Spols, I'ililples, Pustules, Bods,
li *», Bill}* i.-oinis. .Hciiitl llcml, Sol'" Eyes,
It« !». I -. III !-«. I>isr«»|o|-;dlons Ot tlio skill,
> s m I |io Skill «il whatever li.iliio
my ilug up und carried uutot lin.«
to in a short Him* by tin* uso of tlimio Btltars.
'K'Iioiinji j»«iw pro« lalm VisiaiAii Hit
I woiidei fill ln\ igorant that ever au-;
: a
.ui' il I lie sinking Hvslcin.
14. BN. II« ami* \ B.f> A CO.
•il A.»ts., Sail I'l'unclsco, Cal., A
oi \\ iislilngioii cud Charllnu SI«., N. Y.
SOLD BY ALL DllUCUSTS A HEAI.ERS.
t » r 11 • .1
/:/>/ i'.t no\AL
WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE,
G02 PRWNCII STUFET,
IG'.LA W Aft E,
WILMINGTON,
FALL SES .ION Wil.L BEGIN
ski • r ii'.rv? I in:it loih. in 7 i.
REV. .1011N WILSON, A. Aj.
Principal
Delaware College.
rn;,
nextCoilrciato tear bet-in! on
WiJDWESDAY, September 2
l «:r « I tbo Lckidature ft .
an
pointaient-. I » lu» IV ;o Scholar hip i.
E>>
C'.itilogur-i or iuformaüon uaply Hi
tins Prosidnil.
'EM, Il I'URN FILL, L. I«. D„
Newark, Dclawa
i> .G-'.!,
I^UGJiY ACADEKÏ,
A ! l:l.l-:iT FNtU,l;)||. CLASKlCAD AND
I :u,M MIdled A1, JN.STtTlrl'ION.
Masonic Temple. Wilmington, Del.,
SAM I. IV .MilUi'HV. A.M ,M.D.,1 l Rih-0!PA!.,
A i.' trd fty exporienred instructors In the
several depai tiovnls oi thuHchool.
FALL TERM OPENS »SEPT. 7th. 1S74.
•d ('ata I"- ne:', apply t >
Long liman, Tliouia.i Sl Co'h
W. A. RKYSOLOS,
CLASSICAL ii MATHEMATICAL
I N»TI I I J'l'U'.
A Pay ;. »«l Sooraiag School,
» Il.MINUTON. DED.
The Taylor Academy,
.( formerly Taylor A Jackr
i. ,j Academy,)
WIUV9RNCTON, DEL.,
A Lo*. ft DING AND DAY SCHOOL KOH
BOTH SKXKB.
welt,
Mud» iMmdli (S4|t(<-inl»cr) 7ili, 1**T1
and further information,
I K TAYLOR, Principal,
Wilmington, Del.

Ad Jr«* i
V'.hhw :m
fiii'ii r
II?
m\
iU
J. «fc J. N. HARMAN,
No. 410 King Street,
WIl.MINUTON. DHL..
—- » Wo roBpocttulIy In ft
Wilmington und tfto
«-unding rouutiv that
the oltl
onntiuue
maniJlurtiire and hoop on hand
largo and long oslablished wurorooui.*»,
I iirnitiiro ol every variety und style, con
. ; ting of Mohoguny, Rosewood ami Walnut
Fur oi turo Kuitalilu fur parlor,diuing room
nattes!
Ouraas.irtmont ol Furniture is largecrand
muro varie*! than ran lie found in Delaware,
and all articles «old at our establishment
warranted ns represent cd.
Vonitiun Blinds ol tfto most fnshionablo
designs modo lu order nn«l kept cotitflaptly
band. Wo also manufacture and constant'
ly keep a l.irgoasorUnent ol ,Si>i in«. Hail
Ales ■'ami llu-k Mattre^es.
J. tJ.N. HARMAN,
410 K«ng St reel.
Bower's Hoof Liniment.
Alter .'ill years practical experience with
IxT.it's, in lasing, teaming, A«:.,! have learn
ed that moro horsos have beau cri|i|dc«l by
inattention to the loot than all other discuses
coinhim:<l. Alter
any experiment. « I have
louud tlio true remedy to prk\ icnt the diseuso
«d the hoof, or restoro it alter negligenco, to
w lint nutp.ro intended it sliouM he— i/<e vnat
Mipimrt oi tin noli/e animal. J I'tlio hoof is iu
Hauicd and di«euse<l. Iho animal i.s conipura
liveiy worthier . Thin Liniment will suroly
• " »i I hi worst of nil «ühoiihos, Contraction,
'''*rit u , (Quarter ('racks, (4ontraction ot Ihe
l- 'ck »Sinew.generally called Knee »Sprung,
A«*., ami restore tin»" that have been miu
l-leil l«y tbe
■ ant «»I Fuch
<*»• ', ry ï f• !,u '^ will never fail ii proporiy
sly.
Bathe fiio horse's loot r.nco a weok, or
llener il neco«-Hry,ftl. the heel and frog. und
.id the hoot close to tha hair.
M.C, BOY Kit,
Norristown, .
Mit. M, C. UovRit— Dmr Sir This i
«•erlify that I have used your Liniiuont in my
stablo l«»r three months past,
lnimlretl horses,
purulion I have ever used
fur better than
live cases ut
Ba.
te
more than
I find it Hie best pre
t i
recommend il. £on«l mo
by exprès«, C. O. I).
JIARRY HAMILTON,
Wo. 132 West Jin itrwt, kvik City t

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