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Tco!» andwoor. :
QHARLES WARNER é. CO.
,V * Afarkèt 6tract Wharf,
Anthracite anti Ilttumlnous Coal.
The only firm in this city receiving coal
^ daiiy-wlkrail. Hum Cumberland region. _
- llhmé «otwÿ'fit«a seltlr f uC&ciJUiyiiiKk^the«
Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal Ccinpan:
Everyone should use the Bhawace Coal for
family, steam or manufacturing purposes.
We guarantee it to make less ashes, prove
more economioel and give botter satisfaction
than any coal offered in this market.
ASK FORSUAWNKE COAL,
BURN SHAWM EE
Tell your friends what you thiak of the
Cil ARLFR WARNER A CO..
Maiket Street Wharf.
FILE & MURFHEV
(Successors to Win. II. Allmond A Bro .)
COAL AND WOOD,
Cor 20th and Market Streets.,
(bth Ward) WILMINGTON. DEL.
Order, left with John F, Allmond, Eighth
and Market streets, or at our office, will be
promptly attended to.
Beat Lehigh and Schuylkill Coal always on
OtiR PATENT WAOOVS
ELIVKR THE BEST tOAL INTO CEL
LARS without dumping on the p»ve
G. W, BUSH A SON.
Jwnl&tf French Street Wharf.
SELLS ENTERPRISE, UAULEIGH AND
AT SCHUYLKILL PRICKS.
Jak and PineWOODby thecord and eased.
Wo try to excel all our neighbors in the
preparation of our Coal, how far we hsve
succeeded we will leave to our customers to
sey for us.
Orange and Mater streets.
VIAXOS AM) OJtGAXS.
Por (280.00 end upward*.
For (46.00 «nd upwards.
For cash or ou instalments, at
HOBELEN Äz BBO'S Warcrooms
" ""'WM?». WATT,'
IVO, 1009 )Iaikei Mmt,
PLUMBER. GAS & STEAM FITTER
Wishes his friends and patrons to know that
he haa resumed business in the above bran
renew their custom
heretofore so liberally bestowed. He is pro
pared to do all kipds of work in bis line, and
» submit, estimates of opst, ruaxsatvine to
Imsh'idktftnlvacil udl ioèmplflt« Mil jobs in
SUBSTANTIAL AND WORKMANLIKE
« es and would desire
(Satisfaction to all will be n.y aim, and the
small rtsfiibteprofit ebr rg-d
J^USIC HAS CHARMS 1
THE BEST IN THE WORLD
Will Last a Life-Time J
OK TtiE CELEBRATED
IN DAILY USE.
Tbe beet musical talent ol the
country recommend these Organs.
The nicest and best. More for your
money,and gives Setter satisfaction;
than any other now made. Thoy
Enrôla» Concerto OriAestra and Grands.
Illustrated Catalogues sent by
mail, post-paid to any address, up
on application to
B. 8HONINGEB * CO..
New Uaven, ('odd.
JNo, 81Ü Market Ht reef.
Mrs, m. l. mcdaniel,
Has a new and fine aesortment of Chil
dren', Clothinw. Cafiiinere», llamhur, Kdy
ioys Hosiery. Trimminas, Pattern»,rfc.,whith
she iu dirpoaia, ol at low nines. A feso» t
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING CUT u
TH08. R.» LALLY,
iHKmi Etal rsl'cle i Li lain
PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD AND EX
• m >li a«it< liaX —j ,
LEGAL PAPERS P&EPARl
OCNEltAL FftOVI&iûN DEALER.
No. 233 Tatnall Street,
- HO -'»WIAMINGTON DEL.
_ .mtrnri: * » Would rapertfully an ■
âïïïïïïïïSWOl . nounco to bis friends and
d tho public that he still car
ries on the Meat businoss
, . at Xhp old stand, aud Will
y=skeep Constantly oir hand
the best quality ol
„ . . „ ~9 U« A R-Cl) R El) Il A MF.
SAUSAH E, DRIED BEEF.
CHEESE, TON HUES. Ac.. Ac.
All of which will bo sold wholesale and retAil
at tho lowest city prices.
He returns his thanks to his many custo
mers tor past favors and rcspocttully sol cits
a continuance ol tho same,
JOHN F. ALLUONU, '
Cor. 8th and Market streets.
HPICUH, Ate.. Ati
511 King St. & 2d and King.
W R BOWMAN
Grocer & Tea Dealer,
Private Fanfflies Hotels. Restaurants and
other oonsumcis supplied with
THE BEST GROCERIES
AT FAIR PRICES.
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Second and King and 511 King Sts.
TU K NEW STORE!
"A QUICK DIME IS BETTER THAN A
BLOW DOLLAR I"
Ab I dwiro, on gc'ount ol tl.o great rearei
ly of money, to soil nt the In» o- 1 ligure, I
hâve bought exclusively for ra^h. and totem!
to sell at small profits and make i,uii k talcs.
I keep on baud at all times
The Choices? Variety of
At the most reasonable figures, Should you
doubt it, jou have but to call and rxamir.o
my goods and prices, and you
vinced. Don't forget the number,
111 West Second Street,
W. H MELVIN.
ill be con
ICE EE AI EES.
WALTON & JAMES.
have rented the office
No. 2,West Third Street.
Formerly occupied by tbe Franklin Tele
graph Co„ where they will keep constantly
on hand a good supply of their fine
KEHUEBEC RIVER ICE,
And will receive orders for the coming duu»
mer. Persons who want a good clear s.did
ICE during the hot summer months would do
well to caU and leave their orders with tlu^
early, aud they will bo guaranteed a supply
through the entire season. &pr22ti _
Office« « Vo«. 'A
ml Second Mini Hid
This Company will snpyly the citizens ot
Wilmington during the balance ol the
of 1874. at a great reduction an present i-iiees,
aB follows ;
f* pounds daily,
4. r * cents r»fcr week.
t,» •• *'
" fil. ID
00 pounds daily. 40 cents each delivery: 100
pounds daily, 7U cents euch delivery ; f»(JU lbs.
and upwards, at $12 per ton.
Being solicited by n number of the most
prominent citizens of Wilmington, .... L...~
concluded to permanently establish in this
community the above company, and will be
thankful lor the patronuge ot all who wish to
buy the best article Irani 2d to 4t> per cent, be
low tbe present prices,
CONKOW A SON.
IN THE PRICE OF
On and after Monday, Augurt 31et, the i>rico
of Ice will be reduced to the following rule».
5 pounds dally
H do do
4*) ceRtF t»er week.
t ilu do do .
f»U lb«, each delivery
GOO " and upwArdn..
Our loo ia of the befit quality, and will be
low us the lowest.
t*0 cent? per 100 lbs
WALTON A JAMES,
aorSlf 15th and Kin, and No. 2 W. :id Sts.
prices OF ICE.
foranieucingi.n Monday. August 31, we a ill
sell Ice at the following prices:
5 pounds daily.,
8 do do
50 pounds daily, 40 cents «ach delivery ; 100
pounds daily, 70 cents euch delivery; f»00 lba.
and upwards, at GO cents per 100 pounds
ü"We guarantee to tell as Iowa.« any
in this city .'a*
POSEY d RICE.
OrriCKB—406 Shipley, 4th ant» Poplar, 1316
45 cents per week,
N KV TVRwI : p 'aNT> ««TA.afiOA SEED.
At W. N. CHANDLV'.RA
Ch celt Ilnc.hu mul MfwavitmUnn
i'uuliUiu tvouh.-; have Lul'ü tho death
'►f t ho -Republican party, * *ukeo Auu*'h
mémorandum Ihh»!; und Governor lCol
lo^'8 ClH*ck -Bo« >k .
NV. K. Chandler, Chairman of the Na
tional Committee of the Republican par
ty; Matt. Carpenter, President protein,
of the Senate; Henj. F. Untier. Chair
man of the Judiciary Committee of the
House of Representatives, are the uu*n
''stubbed," tripped, and fallen over lvel
Schuyler Colfax then Vice-President of
the United Stuten, Henry Wilson now
Vice-lVCfcrident, Henry L. Dawert Chair
man of tim Committee of Ways and
Means of the House of Kepreseiitativcs,
Jas. A. Car field Uhairimui of the Com
mittee of Appropriations, Sam. Hooper
Clmirniun of the Commit tee on Hanking
and Currency, John A. Hingham then
Chairnmn of the Judiciary Committee,
now Minister to Japan, (Henni \\\ Seo
tield Chairman of the t ommittee oil Na
val Affair«, William I). Kelley champion
of Protection in tile Ways and Means
Committee, Win. P». Allison of the same
committee and now Senator from Iowa,
James Harlan hU predecessor and J. I'.
Wilson his former colleague, Patterson,
Senator from New Hampshire, are the
:::cn who were caught and fell over Oakes
Arne's Credit Mobilier memorandum
book.—A\ ). World.
South (.'auoltna Independent Nomi
nations. The Conv»'utioii t»f liulcpond
eut lb'publicjiiirt at ChiiiTeston, S. t '., on
Saturday, nominated by ncolauiutit n
Judpo John T. Hreon, of Hum tor oounly,
for Uoveruor, and Martin If. Delaney,
colored, for Lieutenant Governor, and
adopted the platform of Hie late regulär
Republican State Convent/on. The del
egates from the Fourth (8. U.) C'onpres
sional district pledged the entire support
of the Independent Republicans to Gcii.
.1. It. Kershaw if he should be nominated
lor IV» lgress by the Conservatives. The
closing pn*ceedinga were marked by en
tire harmony and intense enthusiasm.
Bismarck and Dcnnmik occasion a re
markable amount of talk.
(«en. Xatt Head is still buzzing at New
Hampshire lairs as an orator.
Mr. Quilp counted rorly-seven of tho: e
now bats on tbe street yesterday.
Nearly 100 persons thoot water fowl
for the Baltimore marnet as a business.
Times can't be hard in the, West or
farmers couldn't heard their wheat.
J t ST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF
FALL AND W INTER tiuobs.
CHEAP BOOTS A SHOES,
Necoml NI.» 2 (lours H « «( of INitrkct.
The undersigned respectfully informs
his Incntis und the public that he hiLS
hand a large and well selected stuck
of SPRING AND SUM MKK BOOTS,
SHOES aud (iAITEKS, suitable iur Ladies.
Gentlemen, Misses ana Children, which ure
manutactured from the best material and made
in the best manner, and will be sold as low as
the same article can bo obtained in this Or
any other city. Ladies and gentlemen buying
at my store will have the advantage of a large
fashionable and neat fitting boot or shoe. The
arnino uiy stock
ed assortment from whicb to select a
cordially invited to call and ex
JOi:N li. BABCOCK.
may 21 -tl
Tho great discovery ol tno Pacific coast.
Jin: C1CL KB RATED
H. H. H.
noie».»: l »ii:»u i.«i:,
l>. I>. T. iStiS.
without dispute one ol
tcrnal piepar&tions in the
beast. It i.-^ gaming a great
a shorter time than any
cdy ever has, by, performing su-r»
i perlorined betöre in
Blood und Boue 8puvin, and all external Dia
e:i.-"rt ot tho llorse, and is a cert:
Chronic Rheumatism, Diptheria and £
Throat of all descriptions in persons. No
laiuily should bo without it as a household
•ply to.and nil horsemen should
«n « ti.-ii
have it in their barns or stables,
hegt horse medicine.« now in upo. 8ee circu
phlet tor lull paiticulars. For sale
by druggibts generally.
FRANCIS .Y ELDRIDGE,
2o North Front street, Philadelphia,
Wo wi-h 1o employ a limited number ol
persons (of both sexe
upwards,) to rnanut
»gts can bu ma«le in spare
moment Wo puy cash for all goods manu
facturcd. Addresi, with ûf y cents enclosed
lor ooslHgo on sample, material und instruo
SOUTHERN and ATLANTIC M'F'G CO..
No 0 Broad »St., (Jharlettou, S. C.
lu years of age and
ture lor us ut their
«1*1 -U taw! iu.
CHAS. CAMBLOS & CO.,
BANKERS anil JiliOKERS,
l*o 38 S. Third St .Phlladolphl >,
DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT HEOURI
XiEt?. GOLD, .SILVER, Ac.
Stock, and JL.n.l, nro bouebt and gold en
eoininiHMon. FariiCular attention ,tv.n to
Truss & Brace Department
H AVING a atook of Tm. »,<■*, Unm,
ftu|i !»orl«'ra.SiiN|„>iiHorl«-»4 and o h
er mechanical a|i|>liance8.unt<ur|.av(ieil in ex
tent and variety by that of any other simi
lar eetablirhment in the country, and with
Twenty Yours' Experience
In applylnjr them, wo teet confident of
ability to five entire satisfaetioqto alllhose
reuuinm. our sorvices In this direction.
Are constructed »
. . 4 , , the manner, of the
best matenalF, and *»1 variouanizea to suit all
ca*es lrora the umalleut infant te tbe largest
adult. e have
A PRIVATJC ROOM
Fortheir ailjoitment. whila our |,ricas are
moderate and «o varied, by our extona : .e
assortment, as to suit the pocket« all classes
— Hundreds of persons
after trying tho larger
r'Ür.i.Cg 1 Ç'tioa, have expressed
their si'atifioati«« of the
'j Vw facility and eco _
with which they have
— -SÆ7Ï been suited at our cstab
E. BKINGUUKST& CL'., Ai»oth«oaries,
N. W corner Sixth and Market fit roots,
The Taylor Academy,
[(Formerly TaylortA Jackfoo's Academy.)
A BOARDING AND ÎDAY SCHOOL FOR
Mull, Month (September) 7ih, 1171,
Fur Circ.lur« And ivrlhcr iurjii^allun, t
11 ' 'j 'K. TAY
Il ATS AND CATS,
n i »:
.1 ATT E It
East Thir l Stroot,
WILMINGTt N. UM.
HAT sind < tAI»
: EMPO HI t T M.
402 KING STREET 402
j*. h. wios r
I will con t i 1
t «uni TIiiip
003 Market Mlreel,
Aug, «'.tli, 1H74.
UWI10LESALK DEALER IN
vv i.n i»:w. &c .
i'll EA8THONT FSTREKT,
Rstwecn French and Walnut Stroits.
ry XyinnvioiNr & oo.
No.DU Rlnrltrt* Street*
OLD GOV. JAVA.
M ABIC A HO.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Having tho only coffee mill in the city
driven by atenm power, our customers will
not bo detained in netting their Cotlec
We also keep on hand
SUGARS, TEA», tiPICEB,
and every olhor article usually kept in a
first-class Grocery »Store.
As we u
ho iaig«.-t inr.nufar hirers in this
Candies, Cakes and Crackers.
The public tuny bo assured they will save
money I y buy ing at this establishment.
117 JVTfirlcet Sti-eet,
.?$ E£ &fiL£k- KIRE-WORKH
BASKETS, WOODEN WARE,
And a gcnertl u»3iortment of Staple and
Fai « y Notions.
No 411 JARKET STREET.
Onpoaite the Gazette Ofli
That youlwill find
PEN HOLD K! 3.
, Wallet», Travelinn llagu
and Satchels. Fancy articles in great variety
and all other kinds of Stationery at
E.!S. R. BUTLER'S 1
MO Market Street.
J. & J. N. HARMAN,
No. 410 King Btreet,
We respeettully Inrarin the clti
xens ot Wilmiaaton and tbe sur
rounding country that
utacture and keep on hand
large and long established warerooms,
Furniture of every variety and style, con
sisting of Mahogany, Rosowood and Walnu
Furniture suitable lor parlor.dining-room
and ehamber uses.
Our assortment of Furnitureis Itrgecrand
more varied than can be found in Dolaware.
and all articles sold atour establishment
warranted as represented.
Venitian Blinds of tho most fashionable
designs made to order and kept constantly
on hand. We also manufacture and constant*
ly keep a largeascrtment of bpiing.Uair.
Moesand Husk Mattresses.
J. A J.N. HARMAN,
410 K*ng t>ireet.
I F YOU WANT A FINK IMPORTED
German Singing Canary Bird, go
to W.N.CUAMDLKKUbll Market Æ é
street, and buy one. Ju-t in, direct
from Europe, a large invoice of Sicily Wj9
Canary. Hemp^and Rape Seed, which
eeiUfig very low
fill MuLct street.
D. H. KENT & JO
IMPORTERS AND MAHUFACTV
* ÂGENT3 FOR
Ilttvo tlie largest Stock of goods in
the State in tlx ir line, and best
assorted Stock in the United States.
Nos, 205 A 207 Shipley &210
& 212 Orange strerts,
Wm. GREEN & Co.,
Successors to Pedrick. (Ireon JtlOo.,
Importer» ami UcAera it
IRON AND STEEL,
j ITUMINOUH COAL. (1 ALVhN 1/.KD
lKOi>. COACH-HH1LDKR8' HAUI»
8. E CORNER OF
THIRD and Ninm:i srs.,
fiav« Always on
hand ufull assort
IRON S' STEEL
Best brands 0
^ American 11am
>YjBar8, English Ko
1 fineilBars of all
9 sizes,Band, Hoop,
■ and Slit Iron,best
Norway Nail rods
and Auger Shapes, Galvanized and Black
sheet Iron, Cast, Shear. Blistar Gorman,
öwede. Spring. Tire Maehtnery.anaTap Steel.
Smith, Coach,and other Uardwaro—Horse
Snoes, Horse Shoe Nails, Borax, Bolts. Clips,
Nuts,'Washers, Malleable Castings, Wagon
Boxos, Springs, Axles, Spokes.Felloes,Shall?;
Bows, 4c,,Carriage Canvass, Oil Carpets Rat
tinett.Enameled Top and Dash Lcaiher.and
Coach llardwareol'allkinds; Iron Wire Gal
vanized Nails, Babbit Metal, Lead, Spelter,
Bauen Tin, Sheet Zine, &c.. Grindstones,
Cranks and Rollers. Back Chains, Jtc , 4e.
Smiths' and other tools. Anvils, Vices, Bel
lows, Sledgis, Hammers, Shoeing Knives,
Files, Rasps, Smiths Drills, Tire Benders,
Tweie Irons, Stocks and Dies.
All of which will bo sold at very low
prices, wholesale and retail, for cash
march 2. 1R()M.
SEW 1X0 MACHINES .
GROVER & BAKER'S
607 KING ST RISER,
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
To be h«d at the Cor. Seventh
and French Streets,
SkLF-TBRIADINO 8 BUTTLK. EASY TO.OfKRATB
718 MARKET STREET,
3 . H. PRIMROSE, Agent.
WILMINGTON. DI L
Bower's Hoof Liniment.
After 30 years practical experience with
bornes, in staging, teaming, Ac.,I have lea'n
od that more horses have been cripple«l by
inattention to the feet than all other diseases
combined. After many experiments I have
found the true remedy to pskvknt the disease
ol the hoof, or restore it after negligence, to
what nature intended it should be— :/<e prmt
Huinn>rt oj the noble animal. If the hoofds in
flamed and diseased, the animal is compara
tively wcrthlefR. This Liniment will surely
prevent this worst of «11 diseases,Contraction,
Corns, Quarter Cracks, Contraction ol the
Back Hinew. generally called Knee Spiung,
Ac., und restore those that have been crip
pled by the want of such a remedy.
•dT'J ry it, and it will never fail ifproperly
applied, viz :
Bathe the horse's foot once a week, or
oftener if necudsary.at the heel and frog, und
around th« hoof close to the hair.
„ w „ Norristown, l'a.
Mr. M. C. Boyer— Dear ,V»r; This is te
certify that I have used your Liniment in my
stable lor three months past, or more than
one hundred horses, and find it the bist pre
paration I huye ever used on horses. It is
far better than xou recommend it. bond
five cuces at inc», by express, C. O. D.
No. 132 West 31st street. N
GENUINE DOUBLE REFINED UNADUL
HALF THE PRICE OF PHOSPIIATJ Ö
Superior fur all Spring Crupn.
BEST K SO Vf S FE II Tl UH Elt iuItZ
QH ASB AND CORN.
UN.EQVALI.ED FOB TO.DACCO
Pïo. »ISO JL hritriy k>[trtu
r. / li
% ^«REKA )-Cj
n 4. r
l.r I- rslitr
: ! -111:11:1 InllK HI
• i. ' di it rove. 1 hy niliu
? Ilcmlactic. Pain
of tUe elms».
■ ; ns of the Stomach. lia
• •"in Attacks, Palpitation 1
n of the F.ungs, l'nin in tin
hundred other paluliii
•ifspringa of Dyspepsia, on
I,u v.iil | i • :i better guarantee of its
n\ . 1 crtlsc
.do* 111 ■ : 1 r
t|»l:iinf«, in yomij? or old,
•\ at tho dawn of w
1 hose Tonlo l'ittcrs display
** tiiat iinprovcmcut la souu p«
urricl or .<lii"
n «*f life.
I !i0 t
' iilod an
1 » ntlblc.
•1 € '«ironic Rhru
• « of the HIochI, Liver, Kid
< o I'iticrrt have no e411:1:
1 c i hy vuiatod Blookl.
• ; ' merit of acting us
• • \ in-: t'ongestion or lntlan:
: .1 i \ i ( oral organs, und iu
rruptlons. Ti lt i
s and Iliad' 1
. -.-■li Disea
n« «veil n
• werful ujjriit i;. .
f the Liter
, 1.1 11 « ail.
C* 1 )' 1
. of H i
I u liafev
or nature, a r : *
System in a u!i-'i
fini»« T mI TJ
t ul I!
:<• or I her
• In p
'its tlii* nil
-turn lli.it c
l.uucU the .sinking s\stem.
1C. II. ffldUHAM) «V CO.
en A.<ta., 8.ui
luuati»n and rhariu
Sts., N. V.
bold) l'V ALL DKUCGlb'n; A dealkrb.
John w. riErvE
MANUFC1TREAR IN- Id Aid U IN
ggfr C A R R1 AGES»
No. I CG Shipley r.ttt c t
w, A rL'
the louot i
Fine, light, sl.ilm
t.i.l« « f la.
(li I. in
lot m. t.., I;l t;u| t -
il il.» br.ii,.
u, .raptiy u -
tended to «I lu
The public »
iiniKd to call an» I
ine my work.
Orders by mail promptly attr
s*s John w. eeevf.
DW BV ii ley street.
Great Inducements in Carnages,
C'. TV. HOHN,
». of J.Merrick aV t o,
ate of fii
■t a hot «. 1*. B. U. R.Dej. t.
TUesub.-cribcrkav mg purcharcd the hr» ■
shop and warerooin I.
ti c public that he h
i n fo
very l u i I
fs to »
y Li -
the city. Cur work all i
(»1 tho best material,
lore oonfidcr. t that it v
4t(f*Call and exam in
ringe» botore purchu- .i
f- 1 her*
vo satisfaction j |
U oi L
c. . hur:..
»17 lv 102 WV.UI
p *. W1 1 ni i r t; 11
C'A ÜI? l A 4 >
cun be a«*
Illlod.iU d ,i
.N . E cor. Second & Frotfi li Sts >
As they inanufaeturo
F- 1 It K-r t ' i . A Î-; \v C> 14 Ic
• thing hut
AND SELL IT LOW.
All worK guarantoed to
ma y 22
W. B. AM MOND.
CARRIAGE MAT. UFACTURtR
■ ■'iK Delaware.
Ali d'ork tnudo of coot!
encea workmen, and ut i.
Henuiring promptly don
1 hunk lui lor past f.i\*
at ce ot th«
teriul, by expc
ceive ;i « oal
IIURTI t'l'LTl B AL E\
FOR DENEIIT ol'
•'HOME l'OR FRIENDLESS AND DKST1
CON T U I Iil'TIO S S SOLICITED.
AT INSTITUTE 1IALI,;
7th, 18th &. I 0<h
WM CANBV. l'rc.t,
HENRY TATNALL. Sc n.
sei t»-© o. d l»t
®500 BEWA It ID !
The above reward will oe Mid for
IIV POI 4M ATION
that will lead to the ARREST AND CON
V101 ION of tho person or perrons guilty «
YETTING! Illli to any DWELLING. ST A
RLE. SHOPS or other building.
Varch fi. 1874-If. .1,
O IS U TS
!.. SIMMS. Mnvi
STEAM FRilGHT LINE
Leaves 2d wharf above-Chestnut street. Philß L
dclphia. daily at 5 p. iu., and French «tin *
wharf, Wilmington, ut 6 p. in, Freight hand
ed careful! y nnd lor v» aided with «lisMitrh.
JG. W BUSH.
ATTORNEY AT J.AW,
ChcNtcrtown, Hunt t o., H«f,
11. W, Mi lit HS,
dAw ,p-»o , ( \