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Boots for Big Boys, " " Little " Boots for Tall Men, Short " Stout u a Citizens, Fanners, Laborers. it 41 44 44 44 «I «4 Thin 44 44 44 44 44 Mechanics, 44 44 Coarse Boots Fine Boots Morocco-leg tongue Boots, Box-toe Extension toe » Kip Boots, Waterproof Boots, Tap sole the Million. <4 44 Boots for Boots to fit everybody's feet, to please everybody's eye and at prices to suit everybody's pocket. Now is tbo time and opportunity to supply yourself and famil v with WINTER foot-wear at tbe lowest possible prices OurblOOK.U large and COMPLETE, and we will not ^be undersold by anybody Win H- Babcock A Co., Wm 0. Babcock A C*-, 313 Market Street, Four doors below Fourth. 313 Market Street, Four doors below Fourth no v 30-3 m LINES OF TRAVEL. TWLLADELPHIA, WILMINGTON A BAL IT TIMORE RAILROAD. SEPTEMBER 28th, 1874» Trains leave Wilmington ae followa : for Philadelphia and Remediate stations, 6.&0, 8.10, 0.30, 10.30, a. m. ; 2.00, 4.00, 7.20 tt.30, ^ Philadelphia and New York, 1.31, a. m. ; 220.127.116.11,5.42 Baltimore and intermediate stations, 12.52, 10,02, a. in. ; 6 . 20 , p. m. Baltimore and W a. m. -, 12.56,1.23, 5.20, 7.10, p. m. . ro . ashington, 12.52, 2.03,10.02, -SO, 7.10, p. m. Trains for Delaware Division leave for New Castle, 5.00, 10.10, a. m. ; 1.25, 6.40 ^Harrington and intermediate stations, 5.00 10.10, a. m. ; 6.40. p. m. Delmar and intermediate statl C9JJ.00,10.10, a. m. SUNDAY TRAINS : Philadelphia anil intenaediate sutione' 4.00, 6.30, p. m. Philadelphia and New York, 1.31, a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 2.03 a. m. For further information passengers are re it - th. depot .( -attendent. ferred to the time table. R F. KENNEÏ. UÖH'S B STEAM FREIGHT : LINE Leaves 2d wharf above Chestnut street Plula delphia, dailv at 5, p. m., and French street wharf, Wilmington, at C, p. m. Freight hau died carefully and forwarded with dispatch. G. W. BUSH. furnishing goods. THECÉLEBR ATKD PARAGON SI 111;'! PERFECT FITTING, COMFOBT. EA8B.ELBOANC*, Made to Order & warranted a True Fit nd for Self-Measurement Circular J. P. DOUGHTEN, ISo. 410 Market Street, Wilmington. Del. u:ayl71y Thë examine **® 4 VIYATT A OARRin'S frit eut-Y o lie U« Haa a SHIRTS & Market Street, 603 and °*Ths frame l»l. Wllmln JAMES BRADFORD PAINTS * °JL8 . VARNISH «A» WINDOW GLASS CEMENT AND CALCINED PIaASTRU. 3 •amts, wmte lead, red lead, white zinc,iron iia.rtt, lubricating oils, Unsoed oil. epenn oil, lard oil, neats fool oil, coal oil, Tilden A Nep hew's varnishes, English varnishes, alcohol, nentine, point mills, paints reedy mixed, artists' materials, wax flower materials, de cal com a nia pictures, all kinds of foreign and domestic glass, stained, ornamental and en graved ; coach nainters' material, stencil col! ors, ladders of different lengths, ready glazed b, gold leaf, bronzes, veriniluons, looking glass plates. tur •as NOS. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. N. B. Particular attention paid AND SHIP PAINTING. SIGN to HOUSE WRITING, apl T< . S ILK UMBRELLAS. A large assortment of Umbrellas, made to order by Win. A. Drown A Co., suitable for presents, just opened. WM. B. SHARP, 4th and Market Sts. initany Cheap Furniture ! S. W. Cor. Second Shipley Sts. WJ E have a fine assortment of well-made W Furniture, such aa Walnut Bureaus, Wash Stands, Extension Tables, Bedsteads, Work Tables, Cribs. Rocking Chairs, Cane scat and Windsor Chairs, Children's Chairs, Ac., which w'fl are selling at prices to suit the bard times. Those wishing bargains should givo us a call. The highest price paid for old furniture, and furniture exchanged for old at moderate I MU. Furniture made to order in tho best manner and at reasonable rates. pairing and varnishing done In mauner and at low priées. HENKEL A TSOHAN. the best Re dec24-w3m QIIEAP BOOOTS AND SHOES, SECOND ST., 2 DOORS WEST of MARKET The undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has on hand a large and well selected stock of FALL AND WINTER BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS, suitable for Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children, which are manufactured from the best material and made in the beat manner, aud will bo sold as low ns the same article can bu obtained m this or ±».\j older city. Ladies and gentlemen buying at my store will hare the advantage of a large and varied assort ment from which to select a fashionable and neat fitting boot or shoe. The public are cor dially invited to call and examine my stock and learn iny exceedingly low iffices. BUtfU-tf JOHN K. ABCOÇE. to as CLOCKS, WATCHES, AC. irr: buhh« HAS REMOVED has ri:movei> HAS REMOVED HAS REMOVED HAB REMOVKÜ HAS REMOV ED TO TU* TH' W EST CORNER OK SEVENTH AND MARKET STREETS»! A LARGE STOCK OF W atcb.es* J ewelry, & Silver-ware Constantly on hand, mg promptly attended to. WATCHES. CLOCKS ft JEWELRY, P'FIIIE 8 EAST FOURTH STREET, WILMINGTON, DEU, nileulgned would reepccttuRy, ca' the attention ot ladle» and gentlemen to hl» lino »»»ortmont of Watches, Clock», Jewelry, Silver and l-lated Ware, all of which is en tirely now and embrace» the latest and most approved style». He ask» special attent on tohiB AMERICAN LEVER WATCH, which a superior article, both in finish and for correctnoM of tlmo. A good assortment of Clocks, Jewelry ond 8llver and Plated Ware always on hand, at low figures. 'Everything guaranteed as represented. Repairing of all kinds promptly and neatly aone on reasonable/ terms. Hu"* p * iro, rorx : ä£a " octai-tf No. 16 E. Fourth itraet. pRKSTON AYARSi Practical Watch Maker, And dealer tn I INK AMERICAN AND 8WI88 WATCHES CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES. EYE _ Thë publlci» cordlelly Invited to call and examine my »lock and team my price». **® 1H GLASSES. 8ILVER-WARE. Ac., 4 04 KING STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. in all aueeti. ■Particular attention paid to repairing U« branche* ; al*o, changing spectacle gl Haa a good assortment of glasses constantly hand. -— sure Clocks. Watches & Jewelry £* No. IU$ FmI Third Street, (Two doors bslow King.) WILMINGTON. DEL. & _ and satisfuotion gueruntsed. A vuristy of ex-1 j n °*Ths pubho srs'iuvhed to frivo me a o»U. oov21tf E. H. HANF 1 n 1 I I I I I •» I I We elaim from experience to suit every po-1 S^^wÜsSSS^oSlÄllsT™»^ l Umtws can .■'tchxnge giesse» in any shaped! frame to eiut the customer in a few hours. I N. B.—First store above Third street. I Repairing lo all Its branches. sep23-ly I 407 MARKET ST., 4071 I CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRYB1AND I I Clooks. Watch», and Jewelry repaired and s«n«d tn the best manner and at low figures, QEORGEIJ 305 Market St. ACK, WATCHES. JEWELRY, AC SPECTACLES A EYE-GLASSES, GOLD, SILVER AND RUBBER FRAMES for BENJ. S. CLARK, A fall assortment of superior! SPECTACLES, hand and for sale at the lowest Constantly market rates. Particular and personal atten tion givon to Repairing any article in tho above line. A fine assortment of Spectacles constantly on hand, and sole agent for the Celebrated Diamond Spectacles marl5 Cane The great discovery of the Pacific coast» THE CELEBRATED Trado «nd H, H. H HOatME MEDICINE, D. D. T. 1808* ■ Sale Marx This medicine is without dispute one ol JJÎJ2? iÇ^îîfntn» 8 JSreiit- 1 world for man er beast. It is gaining a great I ever has° , by r De 1 rîorming su°h I sr been ps^ormedbstor» 1 in er other S ires as has never been performed betöre in lood aud Bone Spavin, and all external Dis eases of the Horse, and is a certain cure for Chronic Rheumatism, Diptheria and Sore Twït of alHewriitions i^ïeiîînB No toUfr fhoûîd be wi&out^it^ m2 household wiediline to apply to,end all horsemen should Tave it in their barns or stables, as one of the Cwst horse medicines now in ose. See ciren lar or pamphlet for full pertioular*. For sale bv druggists f eneriUJyT *" * ' ' * [8 ft ELDRIDOE. ront streat, Philadelphia A Â Âïïr rth Mr. Millor'« U(, He Hat it Amputated and Order» it Bu. ritd— Two Boy» Fitlting for Belt in the Navy Tard Get a Strange Bite. 1 the the the baa R. From Brooklyn Eagle. Fob., ISd. Mr. Miller, of No. 38 Ryerson »treet, line been suffering for s long tin* witli s leg. and, a* gangrene tet in, ne tided to take the advice- xd hl» a »ore concl physician and have it amputated. On the 19th, last Friday, Dr.' Ham mond performed the operation, and the foot and limb was ordered by tbe doctor to be buried. It was supposed that it was buried, but Mr. Miller will be astonished to find that the person to whom this duty was assigned did not bury it at all, and that the limb now awaits interment at the Morgue. This morning two boys named Rob ert Faulkner and Thomas McEwen, who hvd previously resolved to go on a fishing excursion on Washington's Birthday, sailed forth with the requi site amount of bent pins, grub and a net to the swamp which bounds the Navy Hospital wall nud immediately commenced to fish for eels. They sat probably twenty yards apart, so as not to spoil each other's sport, or yet get out of speaking distance, and pa tiently awaited "a bite." Young Faulkner got tired of tvuit ing for one and so he commenced to darg his line after him as he moved to another location. Suddenly lie stopped^he had a bite, at least his line became caught, and he began to pul! in. He pulled and pulled, and from the strength it required of him to bring his prey to shore he imagined as he remarked at the time ''the father and mother of ull eels, his companion McEwen did so, and both were very mueh surprised, disgusted, and some what frightened when they landed Mr. Miller's leg from the mud dy waters of the swamp. They didn't wait to unhitch the hook, but scamj pered off and notified some of the peo ple on the Washington avenue bridge. A policeman caught the news, and lie secured the limb, and inquiry result ed" in Dr. llammond, of No. 100 Cler mont avenue, identifying it as the one which lie had recently amputated and ordered buried. The officer conveyed it to the station house, and from there it was sent to the Morgue, where it The »■ [ "lie called to to assist him and now awaits a final interment, boys did not fish for eels any more. Wo have often urged the need of trained nursea. We have no doubt many cages here occur which are simi lar to tiiis we extract from a New York ca' hl» en on for of EYE bt: was by the bedside of mothei v.liile three emineut phj sicians were exerting all their skill to save lier life. The nurse was a simple old lady who would have done very well to rock a baby and nurse a mother wno only required to be fed and kept quiet but who was utterly incompétent to take charge of the patient in her sink ing condition. Dr.- said to me: "Unless Bhe has a competent nurse she must die." I remembered the Train ing School, and drove directly toBelle vue Hospital and stated the case to the dV superinttendeüt of the'sehoo). In an hour I led a bright intelligent young woman into my friend's room—a wo man thorougly trained as a medical and surgical nurse, capable of watch ing and reporting tbe state of tho pulse and temperature, of administering hy podermics, and accustomed equally to day and night nursing. Tho doctor eyed her critically for a few moments, and then whispered, "She'll do," Now is it not a blessing to New York to have un institution where, at a mom ent's warning, we can get nurses.earo fully trained in their profession, and and I w hoae characters are guaranteed by I bUc j, ladies as sign that rep ' sure all who read it will di young la DEL. all aueeti. ort V I am o as I did— £* e 00l ,m a,luunl m,UM ' ripti,m ,0 the Puiuful Accident (o Ex Uovcruor Ncymoiir. Quite a painful accident occurred to ex-Uovernor Seymour at his residence j n j[ arc y on Saturday evening. A scr vant left a pitcher containing acid, or 1 n strong solution of sulphate of copper, 1 for use iu a galvanic battery,upon staircase. When Governor Seymour I retired to his room he took the pitcher I with him, supposing the contents to he I water. A portion of the solution spat I tsred on his fingers, but it was not I noticed. After putting the pitcher I down, the Governor rubbed both of his I eyes witli his finger, and the poisonous solution soon caused great pain. The use of glycerine us a soothing remedy was suggested, and an application was made at once. Contrary to expecta l ti0 » wh . cn . tl'e giycerine was applied to the irriated poition of the eyes I U increased the intensity of I the pain a hundred-fold. A messenger I wtta dispatch for Dr. Hutchinson, who spent the Dight at the Governor's house. when the doctor arrived he found I Governor SeymouT suffering consider able pain and unable to open his eyes. Soothing remedies were applied at once and with good eifect. Yesterday wo wero informed that all danger of I permanent injury was passed and that I Governor Seymour was almost entire ly relieved from the pain and anxiety caused by the accident.-[Utica Herald, Feb. 28. the • tho M. Bonnet, the French financier,hae been knocking the republican system of finance into a cocked hat. FITS CURED FREE 2! Any person suffering from tho above dis ease is requested to address Da. Pnicu, and a trial bottle of medicine will be .forwarded by express, FREE ! The only C 09 tlbeing the Express charges, hieb owing to my largo buninest* are small FITS OR EPILEPSY 1 ft f° r y®*«*» and ho will warrant a cur I u« ,l» useof hia r pined v I Do not to 8en(1 t0 b,ra for 'nitrial bottle; >*<>•" h » WILL'CURE YOU , *><> matter how long standing your case may bo. or^owmauy other remedies iu«yj have . . . ... Circulars and testimonial* sent with FREF TRIAL BOTTLE. ...... Be particular to gi ve your Express, as well 1 as your Post Office direction, and Address, UR. CIlAS. T-PBICE, «7 William bt.N.vr York jani4-lydftiy w NEW ADVERT1SEHEN1S. A WKCK to Agents to sell »n •rtiel* saleable »* flour_P™fiU P*ck ©75 tnnt.ns*. Paritage free Addrsra BUCKEYE i't'd CO.. Morlon.Ohio. ri'BE MkRYEI. OF THE WORtD 1 Bol lieedt, Wuar.-lt has rntond thou-ands trom tbo brink of the «rave: given health god utr. nrth to lbo«e deemed beyond the reaeh of »11 medical science. and turned the path «, I affliction to one ot bappineM in the bleeein». witbiR iu virluee. It cures the deadly U'debt'e dlae.ee and Diabetee ; eradi cates a-- . ... urinary organs to strength ami power word. it is a natural restorer of health, baa performed the most wonderful and miracu* lout oure. of sny known sneç.fi^ou tb. elobo Addreee for circulera. Ac., (>ArT. KUUHNR R. HENDRY, Waukesha, Wit. it ffn /VA a month to ageht* every "hare Ad $200 dress KXCELsIOR M 1? Ü tO , Buchnnun. Michigan.__ _ Stationary & Portable Engines. Ni KIM YACHT! A1S0. MAHIINEKY FOR Y 'CUTS. TUGS AND SMALL .-ThAMtHo. FARM nod ROAD LOCOMOTIVE-, f-r direct traction plowin». hauling. Ac. Hoist in» Machinery Sie.nu Pu K»! Puiui.c.-ioo L. lim 10.1 Billion! I'v » . iuud «ravel. Drain Li)el,&c.,ei.uuut u t '* n mÏ.T I 1 Äh h U mat'i. A cm , Selon. N .1. 1-9 and Cenintu »■ inry. Box 218 ITT Addre s K. K Cochrau. Middletown A I I New Castle County. Delaware, lor Mill ifree doscripiive Catalogue of cbotcc [ \ Li IJBeaoh Trees, small fruits, Ac Dot tom price*, choicest varieties.• a . A HTKRTlNIlHi : CIm*h|i : Go«id t Sya tematlfl —All |.»irsi»iw who contein|»b>te making contracts with newspapers 1 er the in sertioti of udverti*emeots, should send u <le U «•.»»«»* ^llY. KTR0OK. ut, th edition) containing lifts of *20u0 newspapers and cstunat ir»K'h«co8t. Advertisements takeu t*>r the leading pavers in man? States at a tremend ous reduction Horn publiblieis rates Gar THF. BOOK. New York, f'<r (ninttv ■h f|R»! m £» —The choicest in the world— 1 ù A j ■ lmporterb' prices-Largest Com pnnv in Ainerca-sUiple urLicle, pleases every body I'rade continually increasing-Agents wanted everywhere—best inducemcnts-don t tl for circular to Kohkht S t., N. Y., P. O. Box 1X8«. day m home. ieru»8 t ,ctin«««n »V Purtiam), waste tlmo 3VKI.LH, 43 Vesey . Ad dret'S «I WEEK L'uankut«*e.d to ^lale E m Ë locxlity CoytM N Ol II I NG tu r A A try it. Particular«; lr«c. I . G. OK ERY A 00.. AugutfU. Main«. th V! MOST EXTRAORDINARY Temiä for Advertieinv are oileroii for Ne paners in the State of DELAWARE ! Send for list of papers and wdiedulc of m AddriM Goo- P- Howell & Co-. Advertising Agents. tea. of No. 41 Park How, New > Rsfer* to Editor of this paper. ik feb2i-2tawl DOLL AUS TO THE AMOUNT OF TWO MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND ARE To BE DISTRIBUTED ON THE 27 ARY KY., UI'ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT. FKBRU BY T1IK PUBLIC LIBRARY OF .$250.0 H) . 100,000 .. 75.OU0 . 50,000 . 25.000 . loo.oon . 140.000 . 150.000 . 100,000 . 1.10.000 . 00,000 . 100.000 _ 100.000 . 120.000 .. 50 000 50 each. 950.000 Wholo Tickets, $50. Halves, $25..Tenth, or each coupon, tl. Woven Whole Ticket» .800 For Tickets, or information, addre»» Tims. E. Bhamlkttk, Agent and Manager, Louisville, Ky., or Taos. II. lUvs ft Co„ «0« Broadway, N. Y. ONt GRAND CASH G I F I. ONE GRANDCASH GIFT. ONE «RAN D CASH Girr . ONE GRAN DC ASH GIFT. ONEGRANDCASHG1FT ...... G IFTS f 20,000 each... GIFTS 14.000 each... 5 CASH 10 CASH 15 CASH GIFTS 10.000 each ao CASH GIFTS Û.0O0 euch 25 CASH GIFTS 4.000 each 30 CASH GIFTS 3,000 each 50 CA 8 II GIFTS 2.000 each 100CASU GIFTS 1,000 eaoh. 240 CAS 1 GIFTS 50Je»eh 600 CASH GiFl'S looench 19,00» CASH GIFTS vers PU3LIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. ]>cntli ol €4ov. Itraml*tte—Action o the I'riiNtccN—A MacccwNor A|»|M»lnt c<l-No nor« Postponcmcnts-liraw IiiK * 'erfüll* February 27lb. of Ata meeting of the Trustees of the Fulfil Library of Kentucky, Jan. IU, 1875, it w solved that C. M. Briggs, Esq., who under tb lato lion. Thos. K. Bramlette was the rea business manager of tho gift concerts already given in aid of the Public Library of Ken tucky, bo and lie is hereby authorized to take the place made vacant by the death of anil Bramlette, in the management of the affair of the fifth ami last gift concert, ana that th drawing announced for February 27, JS7 shall positively and unequivocally take plac that «lay without any further postpou meut or delay ou any account whatever. R. T. DURRETT, Pres. I are • • John 8. Cain, Scc'y. Hereafter all communications relating the Otb Concert should be addressed to t undersigned, and I pledge myself that t drawing shall come off February 27, or th every dollar paid for tickets shall be retur ed. C. M. BRIGGS, Agent and Manager Room 4, Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky. Thos. II. Hats & Co., 609 Broadway, Y., Agents. ]an20-2taw4w NEW « < K > DS Opened (Uisday, a choioe ans »rtment ot Beaded Trimmings, Hosiery, Gloves, Merino Underwear, &c, elegant assortment of Also. dis and EMBROIDERED Z^HYR WORK. ZEPHYR WORSTED, GERMANTOWN WOOL. WOOLDKN YARNS, NOTIONS , Ac., Ac cur 8. U. STAATS, Ni». 41? Market Street Wilmingtoh. Del. peo25-wtf may have well JAMES A. PLUNKETT NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER N. V.. Uor. Third aud market als,, (Second story.) wusKwaxoxBr u. York HARDWARE, Ac. M. GREEN * CO., w r Successors to Pedrick, Green A Co.,) Importers and dealers in IRON AND STEEL, MIUMIKOUb CGAl, UaLVAMZEH IRON OOACH-BUILDKK.S' HARD WARE to , 8. K COP. THIRD A SHIPLEY SIS , hand a full assortment of Have always Iron and steel. Beat brands of American Hammered and Rolled Bars, English Itetined Bars of ull sizes; Band« Hoop and Slit Iron; best Norway Nailrods and Auger Shapes, Gal vanized anu Black Sheet Iron, Cast, Shear, Blister German, Swede, Spring, Tire, Ma chinery and Tap Steel. Smith, Coach other Hardware. Horse Shoes, Hoire Horse Shoes, Home Shoe Nails, Borax, Bolts, Clips, Nuts, Washers, Malleable Castings, Wagon Boxes, Springs Axles, Spokes Curriuge gs, wagon isoxes, springs, pokes, Felloes, Shafts, Bows, Ac. Carriage Canvass, Oil Carpets, Hutuucll, En unified Top und Dash feather, and Coach of all kinds. Iron Wire Gulv izcd Nails, Babbit Metal, Lead Snelter. Baiua Tin, Sheet Zinc. Ac., Ac., Smith's ami other tools, Anvils, \ ices, Bellows, Sledges. Hum •rs, Shoeing Knives, Files, Rasps, Smiths' Drills, Tire Benders, Twere irous, Mtochn and Dies, Grindstones, Cranks und Kollers, Back Chains. Ac. All of which will be sold at very low prices, wholesale and retail, for cash or approved mart 1H6S Haiti w ■ credit. li. KKNT A CO., D. Importers and Manufacturers' Agents for IRON. IRON. .STEEL, STEEL, HARDWARE. HARD WAHL, AND COACH MATERIAU the Statu Hunc the Largest Stock of goods •1 Best Assorted Stock the in their line, United States. NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 210 AN Dg A212 ORANGE STREETS, WlI.MINOTOM, DEI. HlncKxmiiliiii!^. t ooriTul &l MadtBon »Streets. f Black*mkhinir in the bnH manner und Ht moderate rates. All I in Im ■ H orse Shoeing A specially, which will be done in a uiunnor unsurpnssed by any chm* in «ho city. The public oroi uv ited to kifö GK<> F a call. !<•! A F.N nov27-3m ICE DEALERS. loo! loo!! Ioo!i! AVING laid in a larger II Stock ot ice than ever before of excellent quality and thickness (12 to 10 inches) we are now ready tor the season ot 1870, at the following prices : 5 pounds daily H " 25 ecu ta a week. ...50 12 20 25 30 " and over at V<, cent per pound. *• " at 40 cents per 100 pounds 100 Ice by the ton at low rates. Contracts for the season hh low as the lowest. We pride ourselves most careful, polite aud accommodating dr vers iu the city for all our routes. Give us a call before going elsewhere. WALTON Sl JAMES. having obtained the No. 2 West Third street, or Fifteenth and King streets. feb2S rjuir, arctic loo Oompanyi Having secured ample supply of ICE, $C.L E A R MLT III C K are now prepared to enter into contracts for the coming season of 1S75 at very low priceH, and will guarantee to furnish their customers witli a first-class article AS LOW AS TIIE LOWEST. bo Please do not neglect to call and see ore ordering your supply elsewhere. ( »FFICB— No. 2 East Second Street. Depot—O ver Third street bridge. J. Ii. CON ROW & SON, Proprietors. ftd/My SKATING FINE This afternoon and Evening nt our Park over Third street bridge. OIIiVN GEI PRICES OF ICE. Commencing on Monday, August 3 A ; we will sell Ice at tbe following prices: 6 pounds daily.... 8 do do .. 12 do 16 do 20 do 45 cents er week. .. 65 do do do h.-, do do do i'5 do do .. 110 50 pounds daily, 40 cents euch delivery; 100 pounds daily, 70 cents each delivery ; 500 lbs, nwards, nt 60 cents per 100 pounds We KuarMiitee to sell as low *is any one in this city.~A* POSEY & BICE. OPKICK8—406 Shipley, 4th and Poplar, 1316 Walnut Sts. apr7tf du do do and CONSUMPTION CURED. To the Editor of Daily Gazette, Ebtekmrd Friend : Will you pleaso inform your>e i.lers that have a positive CURE FOIl CONSUMPTION ■ d all disorders of the Throat and l.ung« and that, by its u*e in iny practice, I hTv« n urod hundred* of chsch, end will give} * $1,000 000 * „ it «Ul not kenefitm^ieeJ, (0 »trot.* is iny faith, I will pends -ia mPI.K HtF,L, to any sufferer atlureenn, C. 1'lease show this letter to any un,', mBV knowwhe is suffering front J g" Ä Woit\if a Hy y oura ;|;ji 1>K. T. a -otnodftw M WtlUus M. y, for a r I •>:• ''-is 3e Y : - r-. \b X lukr tlirM' Ritter« accoit ;itn long uftweli, pr.» » not cleutro>ed by uiluurai is, un<l vital organs wasted !\ A !•« and iv (r ii i im the fulfil , Iteudarhfv Pa 1 •mol tin* oh us ch. »»• li »I. •v 'liiiltll *:f l I I -• ; Palpitation ». il. Ill '. a A . t tie I.IIII1-, l'.iill Iu III* l.'lfl. 11 : "i died her pulum ,ia! •r 1 » •! lingt .. ..I i-rvrs ;dv<r; it. li l»l •1.1 i Oe D 1. <• go*, at 111 * *. ilieni» Tonjc lilttc m * t. .it Improve incdors ■ •* torn >»f 1 I ill spin v lit it sAlll l ** r I Me iiiloi ) nnsl 4'li rouir ID.« it, I,.luus, pciidm-iit ami iiiisi f the lihsid. Liver. Ki. liltterit have Vitiated pinn I i lin* « - •«. 1 > IS«V 1 « Ht D til i MilUld e*pid, welt « 'link .t' oil. ft* itig tlin t:.eriL re I lev Liver und Nineial Organs j I»«-1 : •f g c.oncost I« ml ..n ou I of tl 01 •,.th n, rrnptlon^. Tctt \ I'lnipies. Pmtn! II or WUi»» Hi P .1 Head, S K • I, - les. King Heh.S I I )|«e. a •ft . hiK««.lorat 1 1 he Skill oi l '.tCS n ill! r :,! • ii ■dmi L till ] I Ikmi i'hltil Vi 4. ror int liiai l! r». . d i U. HI. itî« fïO\AM» .v « O. '»rugglHts and »;.*• A.<ia., Sun I rani of WnKl lugtoii and t'hurltou Sta.. KOl.D ).V yi L DKCCtilSïS Ai JiLALElLi. col., t Y. a fohtuns for si iiiDhI ni une il it»«*«. On* «»in in «I «•very i lrViii Cm Kirn ! $50,000 T ;R ONE DOLLAR « OU ii TIME.** "NOW T e l'.irtuuu««»p6 thn-j who help them el vus. oh. nu mb «red r/iO.tKrt) Ttckrlfl nt il (Hi to f>'H» t u m. ioolusive. Tho exccedintfly it ai. Liu the renob fro -rio-t «*t tickets l»ri ol Mil. Grand Gift Concert Aid of Public Imi roVtuients in t •« City ol Dunison, Te I IS. ■LII 1C lexas Gift Conceit Association WILL GIVE A GRAND CONCERT VirtlncMlay, March 31, 1875, .And will DUtrUiui» to thoTioket Holders $9.10,000 11% i* 1 F TV». DEPOSITARY, FIRST NATIONAL BANK. DENISON. Distribution to commence immediately al ter the Concert. Manager* ot the Distribu tion cho«en by the Ticket liolden and Prom inent Oititen«. LIST OF GIFTS 1 Grand Cash Gilt. I5Ö.IHÜ 2T..0H) 15,1 M , 10.000 I 5.014 ■ .. 1.5(6 .. 5.000 »*».0« fi ... 4,500 ... 5.000 ... 6.000 ... 2,50o ... 414« ... 6,000 6 .WO ... 3.750 46 251.' " $5tK) each •* vt*) " 1 «» 2«) 15 :<» 1(M Ml |1< 10 M Kl 1 .GUO 1 46.2 49.767 Grand «iesh Gilts amounting to$2')O.«0! PrilSfl in Real Estate. '* ** 5 ",'(U 49,739 Gifts, amounting to. Please address us for circulars giving refer ences and full parriculars. 1250,OW A Htaloment of tho Distribution will b« euh! 1 tdied and forwarded to tiokat hold©»«, and ull gift* will bo promptly i aid alter tbo distribution. GOOD AND RESPONSIBLE PERSONS WANTED to woik for th* intrrre« of this Aasociatio LIBERAL COM MISSI ONS ALLOWED How TO It KM IT TO UM. Money should be sent by Express or bf Draft. Post Office Mo.»ev Or<' er or Registered Letter. A .Idre?.* ail Commun', «lions to ALPHEUSR. COLLINS, Sec'y.. DDXINON TKXA* jan9-2aw-hn VIA NOS AND ORGANS. PIANOS For $290.00 and upward». ORGANS For $45.00 and upwards. 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