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LINES OF TB ATEL.
IL A DEL PII I A. WILMINGTON &
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
APRIL airn, 1871.
Trains leave Wilmington us follows, for :
Philadelphia. anti lmcrtnedia'e stations,
0.60,8.10 , h.M, KUu. a. in : 2, 4.4), 7 1\ 10.21
p. in.
Pkailatleli>Lia uml New York, 1.31 a. in.;
12.17,6.42, p in.
Baltimore and intorinodi&to stations, 12-62,
10 02, a. in. ; 5.20, p, ui.
Baltimore and Vf* shington, 12.62, 2.01,10.02
. m.; 1.23,5.20, 7.10, p. m.
pu
Trains 1er Delaware Division, leave for:
New Castle, 12.56, 10.10, A. m.; 1.25, G 30.
8 5'J, p. in.
Scalbrd and intermediate stations. 12 55,
10.1U, u. m.; 0-35, p. in.
Del mar und intermediate stations, 12.55
10,10. a. m.
SUNDAY TRAINS:
Philadelphia and intermediate stations,
4,45,0.80, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 1.31, a. m.
Baltimore and Washington. 12.52, ^.03, a.
m.
For further information pHssengers are re
f eired to the time tables posted at the depot
11. F. KENNKY, Superintendent.
ILM1 NQTON and READING RAIL
ROAD.
On and alter Tuesday, May 26th. 1874,truins
will run over the Kkadinu Bkamch
lows:—
Going Northward
W
fob
Going Southward
No.2. No.4. No.6.
STATIORB.
No.5.No.3. No.l.
P. m. p. i
M6 1.4
>.30 Wilmington 0.10 3.12 7,32
0.03 2.38 7.24 oh add 's Ford 8.25 2.10 6 49
7.0.) 3*:*8 8.2t Coatesville, 7.v5 1.0 > 5 57
8.01 4.*ti 0 11 SiiringQeld, 0.28 l2.0ti 5.07
8.34 4 5i> y.4l Biidsboro', 5.54 11.34 4-32
10.U> Reading. 6.20 11,CO 4.10
CONNECTIONS:
At Wilmington with trains ou Philadelphia
Wilmington & Baltimore,and Delaware Rail
roads; at Cbarid's Ford with trains on Phila
delphia A Baltimore Central Railroad; at
Coatesville with trains on Pennsylvania R.
R., and at Reading with trams on Philadel
phia A. Reading,Lebunou Valley,EastPennu.
and Reading A: Columbia und the Berks
County Railroads.
SUNDAY TRAINS.-A train
Reading at T.10 n. in.,
Wilminut
ton at 3-30 p. m„ arriving at Chadd's Ford at
4.17 ; Coatesville, 5,25; and Rending, at 7,37
R. COLLI NOS,
General Superintendent.
y u/
LI le we
Sunday, arriving at
at 11,17 a.m. Leaving Wilmiug
P.
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
Sail evbbt Hatlm
-v.
Passengers booked to and from any Railway
Station or Seaport in Great Britain, Ire
land, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany,
France, Holland, Belgium, and the United
States,
Cabin fare from NEW YORK to LONDON,
LIVERPOOL, GLASGOW and DERRY by
Wednesday's Steamers fcttW By Saturdav'3
t oamers and 975.
EXCURSION TICKETS, SI20.
INTERMEDIATE. #35, STEERAGE. «30.
Payable in Currency.
Parties sond in g for their friends in the Old
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
.. ü .üJ l î r & er »'"fticulara apply to the Agents,
HENDERSON BROTHERS, No 7 Bowling
Greon, N. !..
1
to
SIMUEJ. F. BETTS.
Wilmington, Del.
MARTIN JOHNSTON,
BOOK-BINDER.
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER.
Magazines, Music and Publications of all
kind bound at tho lowest rate«.
Back Numbers of permdioals supplied.
(Special attention given to
count Books ot
Binding.
Matisfaction guurantcod. Orders by mail
wil 1 receive prompt attention.
Li Si' 9IAKTIN JOHNSTON.
No. 420 ÖH1PLEY STREET,
aepfi-'73-tf
akin* Ac
ery variety ol Ruling and
wii.mtnutok.
REMO VAE.
I have removed from my old stand 4C3
fchipley ttreet, to
N.W. Cor. 3d & Shipley,
Where, witn increased facilities, I shall he
better prepared to supply the wants ot
customers with
in >
STO Y ES. H EATERS,
iR^inra-Es,
Iff-UKi AN1)
House Furnishing («owls
generally. Being thankful for past favors I
hope by personal attenti
entinue to receive at-haro ol your patronage.
to busi
•s to
R MORRISON.
N.W. Cor.
feStftd
Shipley Stre ets.
The Kew Castletounty
MUTIJAIj
Insurance Company,
No. 602 Market Street,
INSURES AGAINST ' »RE,
Huuses and all other kinds
of Buildings with their con
tents,
For period« ol time varying from 3
to a term of years.
IDDth
Mi
ifiKEfl :
William Tatnall,
James Braofukp,
John Guter,
William Caret,
Geo, Richaudbun,
. ... ,, .Sam'l Caniiy.
vham. .v Howland. Clement B. .Smith.
Epw i> BtiNOHiiH.sr, James Riddle,
Edward T. Bellaii, a. P. Shannon,
AsBTon Richaudson, Gko. H. Bates,
M. M. Cleaver.
e . ui. TATNALL. pMR'fc.
BAM I» SMI 111, Secy. lefilu
DELAWARE FIRE
Insurance Company,;
No. iiOS Market Street 9
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Incorporated 1820.
Charter Perpetual
Insurance for a term of yearn.
Perpetual Insurances at Greatly
Reduced Rates.
i.osree uromptly odiurted anil puid.
iusuram-e iiKHiutt lues or duiiiHru I, y fire
any other company.
DIRKOTORS:
ow
Geo. W. Sparks,
Francia Barry,
Win.U- Swift.
John R. Tatum,
w in. Canby,
Wm, M. Cauby,
W. G. Gibbous,
Geo. W. Bush, I
Geo. W, Stone. &
WILLIAM CANBY, P
>. L.Gilpii», Socretary
«ident,
Pr2y-'7b
.JC> HNBODm,
ICK CREAMS,
CONFECTIONS. TOYS»«
CHILDREN'S
l\ C O A C H K 8 .
firp:-workn
BASKETS, WOODEN WARE,
/
■ And a gener&l assortment of Staple and
Fhl< y Notions.
JOHN BODTFY
No 4'.. A ARK ET STREET.
IS^^ObPOPiie the Gazette Office.
^Wilmington. Del.*
ÎV8
-
B A XKS 'AKB B A XK Eli S.
TIIE JIRTIZ\NS SAVii\«> B.VKR
502 Market Street,
Incorporated February 23,
Open to reçoive deposits daily from 0 A. M
until 4 1'. M.. and on Tuestlay and Saturday
evenings from 7 to 8 o clock
A SUM I* ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
of six per cent, has been regularly
deposits, since the organisation ol tho Bunk,
mid.it is the expectation ol the Mutineers, that
this rate of dividends will be
not withdrawn, they
t.s. Thus p
intern*
When dividends
accounted as dei
pound th
'
deposits c
h
H AN AU BUS :
William 8. UrLi.u3 ,
Clruknt H. Smyth,
Chah. W. Howlanp.
'l K. Benson,
IIbnüy F. Dun*.
K* M. Stothknhuuo,
(1
k W. lira
UgOKOK
.K.
1
ù
M. b. LlOHTKNST
EbWAKil i)
N
Joh II..) ACKJ
W.u. 11 . Swift,
Anthony Uiuginm.
WM-S. IlILLKS, P
(Jio. W. Bush, Vice Prosideot..
teb21—ty
ider.t.
K. T. Tavi.uk. Trcisuror.
JURMT NATION I., HANK
OF WILMINUTON.
Depository of tbo Public Moneys,
AND
Financial Agent of the United .VU Ich.
EDWARD BETTH, President,
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.
Paid up Capital.
«50U.0 oo
Philadelphia and New York E.vctiange fur
nished to regular Dopesitoru
ithout ftiHUO.
Discount days. Monday:
8::«) A. M.
fid Thursdays, at
DIRECTORS
Clement B. Smjtb,
Israel Pu*ey,
Henry S. Me Co tub,
Da del dûmes,
Georao W. Bush,
Eli Garrett,
Joshua T. lluiild,
Willi,
Tatnall
ed
in
Edward Betts.
28
IJ41K
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
So. 4 W. Til I nl Streel.
Six per cent, iutere s t. Open j
S aturday evenings anl
Grimshuw. l'roas.. J. p. Wales, >l. 1» . Pr.w't.
John F. Miller.o'lork. yl-tf
•d
■ y
•V II.
d
A
JÏATS AMP ( A i'S.
DUBELL
THK
Ü A. r r T E
V
U
ÏY.
Hast Third street.
'.WILMINGTON, PKL.
in
in
•If
L. H. QUAY'S
CHEAP
HA r r «1,11 <1 CA


EMPORIUM.
402 KING STREET 402
ha mm mu:.
!o
». H. KENT & CO-,
:i M PORT E RS A N D M A NU FA CT II R K It-S'
AGENTS FOR
IRON,
STIvKL,
Hard ware,
anl:
COACH MATERIAL,
Have tho largest Stock of goods in
the State in their line, and best
assorted Stock in the United Stales.
Nos, 205& 207 Sliipley &210
&1212 Orange strerts,
WILMINGTON, LEL.
Wm. GREEN & Co.,
Sucoeasors te Pedrick, Green A Co.,
I mporlPTH
i«t
IlcueiH
IRON AND STEEL,
lITUMU.sOUS coal, galvanized
IRON. COACH-BUILDERS' MAUD
; WARM iio.,
B. K CORNER OF
TIIflRI> aild 8I1IPLEY 8T».,
Have always on
hand a full assort
t of
a
T>Cf
•<r ^ iron A STEEL
hK^b p* , C' j Best brands of
Br % American Uani
Y-'-X mered and Rolled
». ^-NjiLirs.KngliHhRo
. fiuodBarii ot all
Fire.', Band, Hoop,
aud Slitirou.befct
Norway Nail rods
and Auger Shapes, Galvanized und Black
«beet Iron, Cast, »Shear, Bliutar German,
Swede.Spring, lire Machinery.anuTap Steel.
Smith, Coach,and other Hardw-arc—Horne
Shoes, Horse Shoe Nail«, Borax, Bolts. Clips,
Nuts, Washers, Malleable Casting.", Wagon
Boxes, Springs, Axles, Spokes.Felloes,Shafts;
Bows, Ac.,Carriage Canvass, Oil Carpets Rat
tinett,Enameled Top and Dash Leather,and
Coach Hardware of all kinds; Iro
vanized Nails, Babbit Metal, Load, »Spelter,
Banca Tin, Sheet Zina, Ac., Grindstones,
Cranks and Rollers, Back Chains, Ac , Acc.
Smiths' and other tools. Anvil«, Vices,'Bel
lows, Sledges, Hammers, Shoeing Knives.
Files, Rasps, Smiths' Drills, Tire Bendor:;,
Twere I
All of which
J
\o
A
!
Wi
Hai
Stocka and Dies.
ill be sold at vory low
prices, wholesale and retail, for cash orup
rch 2. lWiH.
proved «redit.
luuoi iTiirrora,
A full! assortment of all sizep, including
double magnifying, Ac.
E BRINGHURST & CO.,
Cornerlof Sixth and Market streets.

Ihn» oc oftke Scandai.
Tli:i cl.ampkn inuryiewcr liyoi i»
Brooklyn. Tnoro nro a l oo.l many of hlm,
and he U ri mai kably alive and healthy,
lie stopi ed a fuücr.i pruemaius 1 lie oilier
ilay. * See here," said lie to the manager
of the hearne, "give un just a moioenl, yon
know." "Wliut the deuce do you waul?"
Haiti llie hearan-man. "Your opinion re
garding the B eehi-r eeandal," and the
r-haippioa.reporter prYaluced hin lidnk.
"(iilo tin—go to Moulton," "aid the
The
hearse ni:
, ami lie drove on.
I in
aa nut to ho
t**r Wan in Jiouuut, l.iit In*
d llio procession
intinnduicd.
He folk
lie interrupted llio bearers
lie asked the
to tlio grave.
in their r.iulauclioljr work.
nirimr-i,''(Jouie,now, what do you ibink
oflliu Ik'echer scandal?"
They replied between e-iba (bat he must
really let them alone,and why in the name
of propriety d dn't lie ro to the—go to Mr.
Moulton, for instance!" "I think I never
Bitch ibfrrml impudence before in my
life," said tho champion reporter; b it be
was still coclident ami determined. ' I :
tbo resurrec- " begun the minister. "See
here," wliispered the champion reporter,
softly lapping him on the shoulder, **busi*»
ness of impoitar.ee, old fellow. 1 l.eg your
1 ar.lon, but it admit« of no delay." "For
heiveu'a sake," mid the minister, ''wluit is
it?" ' It's the Beecher scimJal,"
clmiupi ii repor.e.* "I want to know,you
know— ' "Hir," interrupted the minister,
ù r the lirnt time tilling out a aenteuca ofteu
begun and rarely concluded, "go to Ihn
devil! And it von ever interrupt me again
exir-îiflî.s Fit tluaab you
in::li of ycur lifr!" And what
does tl»e cdiampioa report *sny? Simply
live «ou high anyhow,
aud they're getting so lately they can't
answer eo little a thing as a civil question.
—Jive lust r JJ, uiucuit and Chronicle.
id the
lucai* ptctlli:
within a
that these
Frogs as Fo.d — li is asserted that Lve
Inindr I pounds of frogs are daily consum
ed in New York. They ary childly caught
in (tat indu, :
laid lint upon l'*î ll j* r cf ibe freight car,
and containing « a oh about a bundle 1 frogs.
An average of live per cenl. die iu the
transit. Kicli female frog is said to Hpawu
ui at a lime, but not more
J are sent there iu silt sacks
I bous
over
:ltan fifty in that nutnlpriive to attain full
growth. They are often eitcn by their own
.specie \ or by bird* and Hunkos. They fire
usually taken with the hook, but bile at u
only when Hieir head« uro above* the water.
A ba t i-4 often unnccesaary. Ti e frog ca -
cher imjuenily brings bis book uuder tho
jaw of the frog without crealiu^ alat m^and
jsrkg its point into the flesh. He is then
eafiily lifted into th® boat.
Tar. Pittsburg (!otniii>ircial that a
)iiey bus been burrowed
mud that city during Hie last
thirty or sixty day« upou collateral «>r pig
iron. This is a iDual thing at t!ii» time of
the year, but the still löste rt d hope of ra
pid improvement in tbe piiceaoi iron has
had a tendency to increase the volume of
transactions of this description conaierably
beyond the habitual limits this summer.
Holder
birg« amount i f
am) i
and in products cxpreHS
tlir-iQHc !vch :h full <-f cjt liiencc iu a rapid
and cjiiHidcriiblu r!.*te to take # place only
in the fall, conBfquent upon the demand
from jobber.-: and o'hers who rtojuire lo lay
in full Htoeku er<3 the colder weather weiH
: .
iu.
fbe
Mark Line h'rprm eays: 'Tho
• "k » 1 the wheat crop is now safe, 1 another
a« « k c;f line weather aud the fields will
!» * clear. Tho damp stale of some Hamples
shows that we had a narrow escape. J'rices
iro n iw receding iu eonaOjueneo of the
beiiei that the crop in fully up lo tliuuver
nre very low in Franco, and
English wheat is slil! being reshipped from
there.''
Fr
Kansas, which a tew «la
great fear uf a feeble tribe of In
dians, tue OsaircH, can now ciliu her ap
prehensionn. li
lion ol going to «
ago piofeased
!o be
i Usngesi have no intau
ar, and the arms and
which Governor Osborne aak
d 1 f lln Ooyernmeut will not l>s nee , -
atiimiimtio
•il.
HEADY MADE
C!LO r miNG
>
LU d ' f ANTI A L ! DURABLE!! WARM If
(iu
induce!
c-atd for the year 1874.
Ot
•1.
î'tislugivo tho people ii
Ji what
lu*y w
Sulislaiiliui Ready-made ( lotliiug
cry. for Merchants, for Mechanic«!,
lor Everybody that would be dressed in Re
lu bio and I ' isliit
in g Low V
bln ('loi hing, at
. Guo call will
cul tho fact.
5*SS MOH.
31 n ifAItKlT NTUFI.T,
J docs all tlii.H and more- A large
Hi
I Ply «.I
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
At
a, i
fs to meet tho demands of
the
, ami «old at a tlighl udv.
ce ou
thceoKf.
4W"Remember (be IIoiiso .
Bc?t Clothing for tho least cash.
ire tho
t j
J(
SKPIl ROW,
'-IG Market Btreat.
4lh. Wilmington. Del.
door helot
INI
nt r J.'nil
»n« Ilo
111 W < J? « >«■ > L>JS,
Just opened a
elegant assort ment of
Standard Trimmmga,
Hamburg tdgiugB,
Rufliugs, Laces,
Ribbons, Ac.
Al?n, nnw and full lino, ot
lAI'SP. 1MRHINO I'NDDRKWHATi. H0J-I
KUY, GI.0VKS, MOTIONS,
S. I». STAATS,
Nu. 41î Market Street,
Wiltuineclou. liet.
KTCJ.
tpr17-wtf
ImprovcflFainily Sewing Hacliiiie.
"V3CTOR," i
Milli b-j ! Hakt* A: l.
Manuf'a Oo .,
Look-Stitoh Blinttlo Sowing Machiuo.
î Needle, which cannot
set wrong. Dots the entire range of
i»ly Sewing. Run«Ve# licit, baby and
r. »Sold on easy monthly instalments.
Aut nth Wantvd.
Us
a self-setti
!,
!
•I. It. FERGUSON. Munaiior.
Penn vlvania. New Jersoy ami Oeluwere. x.
DUI GUetitnut St„ Philailelnbiu.
GEORGE VICKEBS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
t lu'Stcrtown, lient Co.« MDI.
H. W. V 14 * UK RN«
ATTORN KY AT 1^ A W, do
dJtw on-eo
Gy w
coal a y D J rooo.
{JIIARLES WARNER & CO.
Market Street Wharf,
I, Dm..
W< Lilt NOT
nil rt.-tuil 1 u-rtlerw
-IN
Aulliraclfe nml UltuinliK
VV bold
Coal.
eiving coul
'I he only lirui in thin city
daily all mil. iroin Cuuiberlu"«!
'tlio inly firm selling Kxri
IVH.Ÿ the
'o ni pii ny
L« high and W il ItOi barre Co il
!d use tho Shuwneo Coal for
sil
very
-•«■ily, steam or
W« guaranteu it to n-uko l*o
luore economical and give heti
than any coal offered iu t.lii.
li
I'acturiuK pu
"h**.
I
atislw.l
arket.
A di KORSH A^'NKM (JOAn,
BURN KIIAWWEK COAL.
hink id Ihc
Tell your friends what y<
SHAWWEE COAL.
Oil Altld'S WAltNKU & <-<>..
Mai kut hIret t Wlurf.
je!2-ly.
PILE & BSURFHETT.
ts iif:certrors lo Win. U. AHuinnd ,t Bro ,)
Dealers it
COAL AND WOOD,
Cor 20th aud Market Straots ,
('.th Ward) WILMINGTON. DEL
Orders leit with .lohn P. Allmond, Eighth
ait 1 Market streets, »»r :it our otiled, will be
I lumpily nitemli'd to.
LJi'jit Lohit;h und •. Ijiiylkill < o il always
L * i>7,7l-ly
l».VA'KiVfi' \vAt»****
J JLLlVERTIli: BE.- TUiAL IN lOCKL
ot the pave
G. W, Blit'll A'. PON,
Fronch Street t\ fiarl.
out.
ilott
-i
i-'< >» J r i*
.»owl-:9»i i
SELLS ENTEUPRIti:. Il A BLEI G II AND
Ml AW NEK COAL
AT «SCHUYLKILL IMUCE'.
WOOD by (hecord
we I all our
Oak and Pii
We try to t:
ud sawed.
eighbors ii
the
M
•.•ended
ill leave t
custo
say for us.
JOSEPH FuU'i
Orango and Water Hire«
11
r/.IAO.S IMP (PiiiiA. Y,S.
I'lANi 5S
ek 9
For $200.00 unci upward*.
ORGANS
For $45.00 and upwards.
on iDHtalmentH, at
For caah
BOBRbEN & BRO'S Wurorooma.
tUP STAIRS.)
MUSIC HAS CHARMS I
t
PRICK
UKDUCRI).
THF BF.ST IN THF WORLD
Will Last a Life-Time !
35,000
OK THK OKLERRATRD
Shoninger Organs,
IN UAII.Y IISK.
TLo UcHt musical talent of the
country recommend tln ao Organa.
The nicest and best. More for
your
mouey^aml given better satisfactiou
thrtu uijy other now made. They
coinpribo tbo
'
f*
lilnstratcd ('utalognef sent I, y
mail, post-paid to any iiddrcsH, up
on application to
n. snoNiNar.il & co„
New ILti. ii, I'oim.
nnvll
WM. S. WATT
NO. IHM» itlaibH Mivit,
PLUMBER» GASA
FI HER
Willies his friend« and patrons to know that
he bun resumed business in tb
nd would desii
heretofore so lib
pared to do all kind« of work in hia line._
«U l»li! 1 1 tsLimaicd of cost, Kuaranteeuig to
finish ail coutractii and comi lete all jobs ip
above I
renew their cuatu
lly bestowed, ilo i
(h
(SUBSTANTIAL
AND :WORkMANL 1K E
manner.
t »tiefartion to all will bn
small pohHÎLle profit cbrrgcd
Givm. a call.
id the
• y m
up;»
LEWIS HAYMOWS.
615 SHIPLEY STREET,
Ü E - OPENED.
ÖPLEN1D WINKS AND LIQUORS.
Pure from the Custom House,imported direct.
Also
FINE OLD RYE A BOURBON WHISKIES
Sold and delivered at the lowest possible
prices.
m n y
r|1AX l-AVERS, TAKlä NüTICEl
CITY AND SCHOOI. TAX 104 ROR IS7I.
r lbo
•lersignod Rooei
igton, will ho at Gm City Hall,
on and after the first day «d J uly, 1H71, be
tween ibe bums of 8
of Taxes for the
City of Wil
ti i2 in tbo
nrning,
and lrom 2 to G in the alternoon.to r tho pur
of receiving Taxes. A deduction ot live
per cent, is made on all Taxes paid in July;
all paid iu August, arid up to tlio closing ol
the polls uf the city election, tho lace of the
bill must he paid; and alter that date five
percent, will he added to the bill.
ALEXANDER CHANDLER.
WILLIAM STIL LEV.
.
iy2-2in
of Tax o f.
N ew crop
TURNIP AND RIITA BEGA SEED.
At W. N. CHANDLER'S,
fill Market StfoeLI
iyT
groceries.
HERMANN A'IRE N J,
GENERAL PROVISliT. . C7ÄIER.
No. 233 Tatnall Htroct,
WILMINGTON DEL.
Would respectfully
Lioi-tj io bis friends und
bliothat ho «'ill car
iprar t
rf'.J . (V\'-L cep uountauLly •<
-|»e best quality ol
mi Ihc Moat buiiue
>bl stand, and w ill
Hi
hand
L«#KÛ
Slid A R- CUH 101> IIAM -,
FLITCH, SHODI.Ul.lifS.
hA It D. POKE,
SAUSAGE, DRIED BEKF.
CHEESE. ToNGUEs. &c... .%<•
Mild wholesale Mild reUi
All of which w
at I fie I «
In*
wtcily pH
lie returns hiv ch:
or past lav oi
to his
ny cun»)
especilully >•*! » its
JOHN 1* AhnOaUNU,
Cor. Cth and Market °.tiwtr.
DEAT.fe.Rfl IN
TEAS
GROCERIES,
I
M Ir* S4* »I
V» . .V <*.. /V/ 4'
511 kttu; SI. A2i! mu! king.
W R- BOWMAN.
Grocer & d'ea Dealer,
lilies lied o hi Re
ir-iiit • and
other consi
THE HEBT GrvOCGRIGS
AT FAIR PRICES,
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
•I Ut
ni r»| I King ft i a.
US
IHJ K
HIE NEW s | ORE !
MY MOTTO :
"A OUI civ DIM E IS BEIT K R TH A N A
SLOW DOLLAR!"
As 1 desire,
.'•count ol lb
sell at tl
hiMvely for
groat sc
»est figure. 1
y ..I
I.
bought
II at *iuHjl profits :n
P »• ii hau l ill. all i
tend
:..
:
ik.) «i
i.-k sales.
I
The Choices- Variety oi
GROCERIES,
A f. t h
•st
able figures, Sh
Idy
doubt it, jon h
h
no
v goods and prie
. and
ill b.i n
I„;l.'t I
mubor.
111 W est Second Street,
w. s.
« in: ip ti a lu ns.
WALTON & JAMBS.
have
en tod tho office
Wo. 2 West Third Street.
Fu
erly
grupli Co.,
•oupied by the Frunklin Tole
boro they will keep constantly
bund a good supply of their li
KENNEBEC RIVER ICE,
A n-l
ill receive ordorn tor the
, Persons who want u good dear solid
HG*, during the hot summer months would do
well to call and leave their orders with I hem
early, and they will ho Kuarautr.ed a supply
through the entire season. apr22tl
mg
fii I» XJ.133W DID
EASTERN! ICE
FOB. 1071.
Wo In.
be» t ICE
:.l a very largo stock ol tho
ut on the Keuehec River llui pa.^t
ill sell during tho .luimncr at tho
i
following prices
r,,,o
,I-t daily...
r >0 cents per
k.
8
«I.«
•in ,
lo
lo
13
lo
u ,
! I
1 1
lo
lb d.»
;
I :;«
!
1 1 -
lo
. 1 :.<)
»I.
.1,
'
25 do
-i
do
do
40 lb', and
*, ./Ulm,
oof 81 Oo i
100 lb
Although tho
ns !..
good East
ro id iu t It i
—inker
ideiv.dd
l, wo do
III il proh
upon any
Tb«««
»I intend to b
idorntion.
a ko «lieft
nd aft or
Monday. A^nTl-k
I'USKY H- Hll'C,
Offikim Ini; Sliipley HI,
Walnut fc>tü.
«i Poplar. 1616
1874 EASTERN ICE, 1874
Having «t-mircd a l.trt e iiuantity ol
GOOD SOLID ICE.
Cut o
tho Kenobec Hi
thick
iniug :-uiuuier ut thc.fidlowing
d
ing from
u will noli it
16
during tbo
i
5 pounds dally.
L! d
.. 50
week.
ts p
■ I
do
do
di
lo
IG
d.
I ;;i
«I.
io
do
I
do
25
do do
. 1
40 lbs. and over, at the rate of£l.Gop
Tbo above prices to take effect
April 13l,h, 1 m 74.
.I
do
10011)3.
Monday
Ice is as good :
' I
any ioo that c
bo
offered in tho
tbo lowest.
rket.
<1 will I
! !
s lo
o.r , ri , WALTON A JAMES,
apr-stf 15th and king and No. 2 W. 3d Sts.
r»L
t. wsos'r
BAYS
I will contlm
to
CLPJAN
AND
/
1
ni
111 .
TUB
DniiuI Time
CHICKS fori«
#«» Market slm-l,
l.t
WILMINGTON, IH4L.
Aug, titb, 1M7I.
Je20-d3in
IL.LIAW1 LALLY.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Brandies, Whiskies,
WlJN ICH, Arc.,
an t: ASTRO NT PSTHEKT,
Between French and Wuluut Streols.
WILMINGXQN, DEL.
r DRUGS, MEDICInES, AC.
W
I
f
a*
-Mp
*
*
«
<3
/it
A
t i
%
V
A
/pV-f \
■ "f i lIUREKAi
7 '
r.
- ?
""é-C,
ßsSl
C*. -
Ct»!:c lltrttc Ikilfcr» uccoio
ami Icmiilii fini».-,
roll, piV)
"V*<l li.v mimnal
>1 viml orguna wastod
I
m. lif
i I- fair.
Meiilm tip. i-iUii
-'iiujlli«, TR
N
'I»;
«)l the Chest.
«•r the Stomach. Red
Ls. Palpitation »>1
ling«, Pain
Ml-.* Mm
I'.llii
At
t,
iniatiori n( tin* l.
• I a liumtred other puintul
tho
th
li
rs of hvapepHfii. »Hie
il
II 'l*I*
: Voip
<»t its
Mild
•- . 1\

u- #*
.{»Ini
. !
old.
young
"umhin- . I, or
-• .1;
ol
l;m
* display
> d
• nlci
III Is K
1:1 1 '
p-r
t
euih'i
i i in
ic Bub*.
ut.»vy
I
I
on
l
-r th
I.I, Liver. Kid
) tMJtIUl
.1
• Ihltt
Ini
• V \ it luted I
.
Ho IP
« Il p
i»*«i»
'B'
>l'
••ting
or Inilum
•I in
.
I .!"■
•ng»
I*
l
-.i
»gnus,
In
G on t4biia K>
, l .nipt lo
Pimples, Pustules. Bolle.
. p.CHld Head, h
. Tetter, Suit
i : i
•ii."
V P
. Pun;;
• K
Del
hi
I"I1S ol the Skill,
I * "H
i.
I
i
Skill
hutfver
ii mi.*
ol tlio
illy dim up
!
I
.* of tliei
li Ini 'l'hou*.itci«lH proclnlm Vinkuah
I nvigoraut that c\ et*
im.* I'V the
Ritters.
1
Kir
I K I: !
•■I
ink!
ir. H. TSi BOIAl.l) X CO.
i i and Ceil A./ts., S
Vaslimgt.'ii and ( hurltou Sts., N. Y.
SOLD BY ALL DKUCCIRTS A. hEALF.KH.
■Ihc«», Cul , A
'rimy 1 ..

r.nrt'ATiosA />.
WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE,
002 FRWNGn STREBT,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE.
FALL SESSION WILL BEGIN
hKCTF.MIMGR I Ot H, 1*? |.
REV. JOHN WILSON. A. M.
'rinoipal
tllKlif- I
Delaware College.
r
Colltg alo jear bagii
WüDNESDAY, September 2
Euch mem I ci
■f the Legislature h is lip
free Suholurdiips.
point i
iitn to tw
For Catalog u ci
the President,
lath
apply iu
WM. II. l'UKNKLL, L. L. I)„
Newark, Dolawaro
j>2/-2.i
J[>UGBY ACADEMY,
A «KI.K0T ENGLISH, CLASSICAL ANl>
COMMERCIAL INSTITUTION,
Masonic Temple- Wilmington, Del.,
SAM I, W. MUR1MIY, A.M..M.I».,TfiiKotr**L.
A mil,tod by e.t|»
several departments of the school.
d instructors in the
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 7th. 1874.
For Catalogue*, apply t >
Bouahiiiun, Thomas At (,'o'h
W. A. REYNOLD.',
CLASSICAL & MATHEMATICAL
i NSTrri !TF
A Day rdiI öoerding School
•v 1LMINGTON DHL.
The Taylor Academy,
KFormerly Taylor A Jackson's Academy,)
WüLlSfüNCTOré, DEL.,
A BOARDING AND DAY «SCHOOL KuR
BOTH SEXES.
WILL KBOPBN
•Mitlti .Mouth (Sept«'i
For Circular:!
AdJreu
je24d4w3m
he«) 7ih, 1874
id further infoi
J. K. TAYLOR, Principal,
Wilmington, Do!
FasliioiiaMc Furniture.
J. & J. N. HARMAN,
JSo 410 King Btroet,
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
W«*. ro«i*ecttully inf«
I Wiliuiiigtoii and the ^
try that we oontii
turo and kem
the ol t i
band .
wureruo
d styl» , c
Kurnttu re
ery variety
1
ist lug ul M » tu gut. y Rosewood and Wal
I
it
and obamhor us
OuraHaortiuoDtot Fnrnitu
varied than
and all articles «old
warranted um represented.
VcaitiuD Blinds of tho most fashionalde
.iih made to order
an hand. We also manufact
Iv keep a I arge apartment ot Spring.Mar
Mu« and Hu-*U Muttresroa.
is largetT
i
ho found in Delaware,
establishim-nt
dosig
d kept constantly
and Oi
ali t
J..U.N II A l(M AN.
410 K-ne S'
d.
Bower's Hoof Liniment.
After 30 years praoh ml exporienoo with
hordes, in stay ing, teaming, A.«;., I have learn
ed that more horses have hoe
inattention to t
«•oiiibiutd. All
lound the true
ol tho hoof, or
what i.att*ie ii
«•ripple«
by
ho feet than all other dit
many tx pertinents I hnvo
edy top*K\ KNT tho disease
it alter negligence, to
Uoiild bo— l/m great
t• 11 the hoof »H it.—
I. the animal i
t
!■ d i
1 nil
l.tr
•d a 111 1 d
il
couipaiu
ivo'y worttile.s ibis Linuneul will surely
rtornt this wer t •.( all diseases '
, .uontructicn,
dur t i ackf. FontrRction ot tbo
Ruch Siu« w. generally called Knee Sprung
Ac., and restore thotu that have been crip *
pled t«y the want of euch a remedy.
0**1 ry it. and it
applied, viz :
Bath
ill never fall if properly
the horse's foot onco a week, or
_ 'esNary.at the heel aud Irog.nnd
oU'id the hoof close to the hair.
M.C, BOYER,
r. n .. Norristown, Pa.
Mit.M. C.. Boyer—/ fear Str; This it
«I your Liniment iu my
months past, on more than
>•". and find it tbo best n
horses. It is
recommeud it. ^cd«I uio
e. by exuross, C. 0. D.
. r 1QUW 1ARRY HAMILTON.
No. IV W«»t i)Ut Dtmt. Hvn Xvrk Ci(y,
:
ofte
to
certify Gmt f bave
stable tor Hire
on«* hundred fio
parution 1 bave
far better than
live ca
SCll
at

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