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''t Boots for Tall Men, Short Stout Thin Mechanics. Boots for Big Boys, Little 1 " " Citizens, Farmers, Laborers. U u a <( u « a u a U t. *6 «( A4 H 44 1 4 44 Fine Boots, Morocco-leg tongue Boots, Box-toe Extension toe Coarse Boots Kip Boots, Waterproof Boots. Tap sole Boots for the Million. «4 44 M Boots to fit everybody's feet, to please everybody's eye and at prices to suit everybody's pocket. Now is tbe time and opportunity to supply yourself aud famil ■■ with WINTER foot-wear at the lowest possible prices largo and COMPLETE, aud we anywhere. Win. H. Babcock & Co-, 313 Market Street, Four doors below Fourth uov30<3m ÜU1 STOCK is will not |be undersold by anybody Win. H- Bibcock & C*., 313 Market.Street, Four doors below Fourth. EINES or TRAVEL. P hiladelphia, wilmingtun a TIMORE RAILROAD. SEPTEMBER 2Stli, 1»TL UAL ; Trains leave Wilmington as follows : for Philadelphia and iteruiedlate utatious, b.50, RIO, 9.30, 10.30, a. m. ; 2.UU, 4.on, 7.20 9.80, p. m. Philadelphia and New York, 1.31, a. in. ; 12.17,12.42, 5.42 n. m. . Baltimore ami intermediate stations, 12.52, 10.02, a. m. ; 0.20, p. m. Baltimore ami Washington, 12.52, 2.03,10.02, a. m. j 12.56, 1.23, 5.20, 7.10, p. m. Trams for Delaware Division leave for New Castle, 6.00, 10.10, a. m. ; 1.25, 6.40 p. m. Harrington and intermediate stations, 5.00 1C. 10, a. in. ; 6.40. p. m. Dehunrand intermediate stati "3,5.00,10.10, m. SUNDAY TRAINS : Philadelphia and intermediate stations* 4.00, 6.30, p. m. Philadelphia and New York, 1.31. a. ra. Baltimoro and Washington, 12.62, 2.Ö3 m. For further information passengers are re ferred to the time tables posted at the depot KENNEY, Superintendent. H. 1 ßUHH'S STEAM FREIGHT. TINE , . I Laaves 2il wharf above Clieetimt street 1-LiIal ilelphia, liailv at 6, j». ni., ami French street wharf, Wilmington, at ti, n. id. Freight hau, died careful) v ami furwuiue.l with dispatch. . BUSH. 4». W FURNISHING GOODS. THIS CF.l.EHKrtTEI > PARAGON SHIKT PERFECT FITTING, COMFORT. Eâ 8E.ELEGANCE, Hade to Order & warrants a True Fit. nd lor Self Meusurement Circular J. P. DODGHTEN, 410 Murlvet Street, Wilmimrton. Del. IN mayl71v WYATT & GARRETT'S ' Patent - Yoke SHIRTS 603 Market Street, ; flfl. IWIlmln JAME3 BRADFORD» PAINTS, '>[1.9 VARNiaUus, WINtiOW GLASS CEMENT AND CALCINED BLASTER. 3 'amt», wnvte lead, red lead, white xiuc,iron pai«t, lubricating oils, linseed oil. sponu oi), lard oil, neau foot oil, coul oll, Tilden A Nep hew «varnishes, English varnishes, alcohol, uentinc, point 'mills, puinU readv mixed, Ists materials, wax flower materials, de caloomauia pictures, all kinds of foreign and domestic glass, stained, ornamental and en* graved; coach painters' material, stencil col* ors, ladders of different lengths, ready ghizwî sash, gold leaf, bronzes, vermillions, looking glass plates. 8 I I urt NOS. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRJ> STREET WILMINGTON, DEL. N. D. Pur tic ulRr aUcnLwn paid to HOUSE AND Slill' PAINTING. SIGN WRITING -L c --_ _ apl S ILK UMBRELLAS. A large assortment of Umbrellas, made to order l.y V\ m. A. J>rown A Co., aultcLU for hrietmaa presents, lust opened. WM. D. SHARP, 4th and Market Sts. ÇHEAP BlJOOTS AND SHOES, SECOND ST.. 2 DOORS WEST of MARKET lhe undersigned respectfully inform« uis mend« ami the public that he has on hand a large aud well «elected stock of FALL AND' WINTER MOOTS, SHOES and GAITERO I enltablo for Ladiea, Gentlemon, Misse« am! Children, which are manufactured from the best material aud made In the heat manner and will he eold as low us the same article call be obtained in this or any other city. Eadies and gentlemen buying at my »tore will have the advantage of a large and varied assort ment from w hich to «elect a fashionable and neat fitting boot or shoe. The public are cor aially invited to call and examine my stock and learn my exceedingly low prices, laaydl-tf JOHN K. AjiooCK. Cheap Furniture ! S. W. Cor. Second Shipley Sts. VV E I - hsv , <! . a a °* aesortmeut of well made *T Furnitur«, auch as Walnut ft n ra n.,. iv* S L ?r a , n , lla ' Extengfen Tables. BcAstSîdî' Work Table«, crib«. Rocking Chair«, Cane Chairs, Children's Chairs. Ac., which wo are selling at prices to suit thé nard times. 1 hose wishing bargain« shoiüd ive ue a call. seat ami Wind*or The highest price paid for old furniture, and rates* UrnltUr# eXcllÄu ff e<i for oitt ftt "»oderate Furniture madoto order in the beat manner and at reasonable mes. Repairing and varnishing done In the beet anner anö**t lew priées. 4 WM-W 3 »» HEN KAL * T 8 CHAJ». ■ \ CLOCKS. WATCHES, AC. a. J. BUHlrl HAS REMOVED TO TU* TH WF-UT CORNER OF HRVkNTH and MARKET BTKEKTS^ A JaAltOK 8TOOK OF W atches» J ewelry, & Silver-ware Constantly on han«L mg promptly attended to. jpFINE WATCHES,CLOCKS A JEWELRY, ! 8 EAST FOURTH STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL., inlet signed would rospectfuliy|ca Ute Mien lion of ladies and gentlemen to his lino assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Dialed Ware, all of which is tirely now unit embraces the latest and most approved styles. He asks special attention to Ins AMERICAN LEVER w'ATCH, which is a superior article, both In finish and for correctness of time. A good aneortment of Clocks, Joweirv ond Silver and Plated Ware always on hand, at low figures. Everything guaranteed as represented. Repairing of all kinds promptly and neatly uoee on reasonable^ terms. Public patronngareapectfully solicited. **4*0 Clayton mahhky, No. 15 E. Fourth street. 7. octiU tf pRKSTON AYAHS, Practical Watch Maker, And dealer lu UNE AMERICAN AND flWISd WATCHES CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES. EYE GLASSES,SILVER-WARE, Ac.. 4<* KING STREET, WILMINGTON, 1DKL. • Particular attention puid to repairing in ail its br&nctiea ; also, changing spectacle glaseod. Has a good assortment of glasses constantly on bond. The public is cordially invited to call and examine iny alock and learn my uncos 2septly ! locks- Watches & Jewelry No PJÜ Kant Third Street, (Two doors below King.) WILMINGTON. DEL ; Clocks. Watches and Jewelry repaired and cleaned in tbe best manner and at low figures, and satisfaction guaranteed. A variety of ex cellent Clocks for sale. The public invited to give me a call. nov21tf ifi. H. HANF QKORGE TACK, 305 Market St. •WATCHES. JEWELRY, AC ■ 9 SPECTACLES A EYE-GLASSES, GOLD, SILVER AND RUDDER FRAMES We claim from experience to suit every pe culiarity of impaired vlsiou, and in every caae guarantee satisfaction. Our facilities ure such that we can exchange glasses in any shaped frame to suit the customer in a few hours. N. B.— First store above Third street. Repairing In all its branches. sep2S-ly 407 MARKET ST., 407 BENJ. S. CLARK, A fall assortment of superior^ CLOCKS, WATCHES. JEWELRY AND SPECTACLES, I Constantly on hand and for sale at tbe lowest market rates. Particular and personal atten lion given to Repairing au> article in the aliovo line. A fine assortment of Spectacle* constantly on hand and solo agent for the Celebrated Diamond Spectacle« marl5 The great discovery of the Pacllo coast. THE CELEBRATED H. H. H HOa*£E 1IEU1CIVE. Trade and ■ Sale Marc, ». ». T. 1868^ Thu medicine is without dispute one of the greatest external preparations in the world for man ©r beast. It is gaining a great er reputation in a »horter time than an7 other remedy ever has. by performing su4 cures as has never been perfurme<tt>*tore in Blood end Bone Hpav in, and all external Dis eases of the Horse, and is a oertain cure for Ç hronic Rheumatism, Diptheria and gore hroat of all descriptions in persons No iiA should be without it as a household li»ne to apply to,and all horsemen should save It in their barn* or «tables, as one of the best horse medicines now in use. gee oireu lar or pamphlet for full particulars. For sale bv druggists generally. fain wed ne to a ns® root) Ichla. L r" J W'Mhln* Out Ihr Mtomarli. DrlKwakl, of Berlin, lia* been very uuccessfiri w4tli the proc-ess dome time Hinee deviyed by him for washing out I the human stomach. Forthis purpose a small piece of ordinary India-rub ber tubing, such us is used for gas lamps, and about six feet long, ts em ployed, one end is rounded with scis sors, and, if necessary, two holes are cut a short distance from the end. This tube is found to possess quite snftlcient rigidity to be passed with out difficulty into the stomach. To the outer end a funel is fitted, into which can be poured either water or a solution of soda, etc., according to circumstances. If the contents of the stomach are tp be removed, the outer end of the tube must be sunk to the level of the puhes, or even lower; then the patient must make u short but forcible contraction of the abdominal wails, By this means the tube is tilled to its highest point with the fluid contents of the stomach, aud be comes a siphon, the'liquid continuing to flow until there is no more, or until the tube Is stopped up. This last sel dom occurs it tbe tube be of a moder caliber. Should it, however, happen, or should the abdomiuul pressure be iU9uttU-ledt to UU tbe tube in tbe first instance, Or tbe patient be insensible, or auy similar diiliculty arise, it can, in geueral, be readily overcome by fitting a common clyster syringe to the end of the tube,one stroke of the piston of which usuully remedies the diffi culty. A Father's Love. A puiutulurcideutoocun ed the other day on the occasion of uu execution at Sinope. The culprit was a brigand, about tweuty-sii years of age, who had robbed and Hindered bis victim. He was a native of tbe country, and lias been upwards of three years in prison. His father, who had been in the habit of visiting him occasionally, had ouly arrived in town the very day of the re ceipt of the finnan ordering the execu tion. He had no notion of what was to take place, but on the morning of tie execution beard, like tbe rest of the world at Sinope, that a man had been decapitated in the mote outside the gate. He flew to tha spot, and the spectators who were garing on tiic headless corpse, were horriflod the old man fling himself upon itinall the agony of despair, kissiug it, and ail the while uttering the most heartreud ing shrieks. He. was with difficulty removed from the spot, but the body laid there for four days exposed to view, and was then carried away and buried. to see Nceue lia (tie North t'aroll »•lure. (From the Raltiyh Sentinel.) A« tbe hand stood at eleven last night the House took the vote and ex pelled J. Williams Thorne, of Warreu, for the blasphemous pamphlet his pen had indicted. The voting was prefac ed with considerable debate. Three colored mouthers mingled their voices against the expulsion. One was ram pant, He howled like he corn pile. Said he was at first in favor of expelling de man, but had not read his Bible considerbul, and should now vote kurmly agin it. When Paul was on his way to Damascua he beam a voiee, "Paul, Paul, what yer prosecute me fort" The house came down with a big laugh, and tbe member tried it again-.—Paul, Paul, why to thou pro socutomet" The house laid back and halloaed, and the member again tried on:—''Paul, Paul, why prosecute thou me," aud the bouse screamed, while the member swept on like a burrreane to blow down and rip up another fair field of tbe Dnglisb language. When tlie vote was being taken tbe speaker gave Mr. Tborne bis choice to retire or remain in bis seat. He preferred to remain. He showed no emotion at tbe result. He is an old man, gray beard, bis voice as soft as sothing syrup, and his face by no means an ill-looking was on a one. Fine and Coaiise Hay.— Producer» are sometimes puzzled to know why city buyers generally ask for coarse, well-matured hay in preference to the more tender and in reality more nutri tious kinds, The Lice Stock Journal thus enlightens them: City men feed hay for a different purpose thau tbe farmer. The farmer fssd it for its nu triment and us a principal food, while the city man regards grain tho cheap est food and only gives sufficient hay to make bulk in the stomach and for the purpose of health. Coarse, well matured timothy serves the purpose better than the early-cut and fine grasses. They do not desire such hay as will tempt horses to rat too much of it Straw would answer this purpose If cut and mixed with the grain about well. as Bover'a Hoof Liniment After 30 years of practical experience with horses, In staging, teaming, Az., I have learn ed that more horses have been crippled by inattention to the feet than all other diseases '-ombineiL After many exocrimonts I have round the tmo remedy to PREVENT the «lie ease of tne hoof, or restore it after negligence, :o wnat nature intended it should be—lAe yr%at support of the rwble animat. It the hoof Is lndsmed and disease»!, the animal is compara tivoly worthless. This Uniment will surely prevent this worst of all diseases, Contraction Corns, Quarter, Cracks, Contraction of thé Back Sinew generally called Knee Sprung, Ac., and restore those that have been crippled by the want of such a remedy. «"Try it, and it will never fail if properly applied, vu. r 7 Bathe the horse's foot once a week, or often er If necessary at the heel and frog, and around the hoof close to tbe hair. M. C. BOYER, m*-M. c. BoïSh— D ear aJ'j'TwS'u'tocor tify than have used your Liniment In my 8 table for three mouths past, on more than one hundred horses, and Rod ft the best me K ration I have ever used on horse*. It Is far tier than you recommend It Send me five case, at once, by expre»., C. O. D. _ HARRY HAMILTON No. m West »1st street New York O ft». I j>OR SALK—A fine bred Alderney Bull ' 7 *sn old, aired by imported I^ncaste by imported Pilot. Both In Herd Book Apply to JOSEPH TIBHiTT Back Creek Neck. CeaU Countyilfd. dam j an28 2tw. J^BWrORT PLASTER MILL. I am now «rinding and have for sale LAND PLASTER. tb« h Purity of which I guarantee. Can fa*. lice fel \ NEW AD VERT 1 SEHRN 1 s. $75 A WKfSHL to Affen»« to poll mu article Huleable né flour Profit* immun«». Package free Adiré** BUCKEYE M'PU CO.. Marlon. Ohio. 'PUE MARVEL OF TNK WORLD f BefhMda W«t»r. -It is* restored thousands trou the brink of the «rave: given health and strength to tkoea deemed beyond the reach of all medical soieuce. and turned tbe rath of affliction to ona ot happiness tn the blessing-» within ita virtue». It cures the deadly Bright's dise**« and Diabetes ; sradi oatea all disease« of the kidneys; restores tbe urinary organs ro strength and newer—in a word, it b a natural restorer of health, aud has porlormed the iuo«t wonderful end miracu leux our es of any known speoi&con tbe globe Address for circular*. Ac., CAPf. hUGKN E. HENDRY. Waukesha. Wii. ) a month «ver> «here. Ad dress EXCILblOR stt'I v U CO.. uchanan. Miqhigep. __ Stationery & Portable Engines. NIK VAC'II 1% . MACHINERY FOR YACÜT8.TUG3 a«D öMALl STEAMERS FARM uud ROAD LOCOMOTIVE*. for direct ir»ction plowing, hauling. Ac. tioist* lug Machinery tilenrn Puiuod at»d Ctfitr iu —luO lo luu (,0«i vallons u*r uiinute; ravel. Grain CoaL ào., without in* I tlaiao tor crfulnrs to william u.matlach, Salem. N J. ALBO gal Pumps. pH*- mud a jury bead ATT Addre » K. K Cochran. Middletown. A I I New Castle County. Delawxre. lor H I 11 l tr ** descriptive Catalogue ot choice 11 LiUPeach Treed, »mail truite, Ac But* tom price«. < hoioext varletieo. A lkVKRTiMiaCI: Cheap : Quid: Sya tematio — Alt peraous who uonleuuilaie loaning contracta with uewvpapera fer th bortiou of advertisement*, should send «'«•sate tw Ueo. P. Rowell A Co-. 41 Park Row New York, tor tùeir PAMPHLbT BOuK, (ninetv seventh edition! o->utaini(jg lints ot over ROcO newspapers und estimate«, show ing »he coet. Advertisements taken tor the in rnunv Btates at a treuieud* irom pahlibhers' rates tiir e in Jeudi Off i a- ex ous reduciiuu THE BOOK. —The choicest in the world— Importen/ prices I «argostCeiu puny in Amerca—staple article, pleases every body Prade continually lucronslug -Agents wauled everywhere—beet inducemeoto-don't witriio time—semi for circular to Roman WULL8, 43 Vesey N. Y., P. O. Box 12U7. TEAS d>£-^l)n per day at home, lenus true. Ad ÿJr-<PhU aress ubo. öTiaeos» A Co.. Portland, WKKK (ruaraoteed to Male Æ T / and Female Agents, in their affl Ë M looslity. Ousts NDl'lliuMO Mi M/ A A try it. Particulars free P. 0. VICE BUY A CO.. Augusta. »Maine. Terms for Advertising are offered fur News pauers in the State of DELAWARE 1 Send for list of papers and schedule of rates. Address Geo- P- Koweït A Co-. Advertising Agents. No. 41 Park Row, New lurk Refers to Editor of this paper. feb23-2tawlui DOLLARS TO Tilt AMOUNT OF TWO [MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND ARB TO BE DISTRIBUTED ON TUB 27th FEBRU ARY BY THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.. UPON THE OCCASION OF THEIR FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT. A Drawing Cenain or Money Refunded. NF GRAND ÇA8U OIF 1. NEGRANDOaBHOIFT. GRAND CASH GIFT NKORANDCAdHüIFT NE GRAND CAbIKHFT •2SU.0U0 100.0UO 75(M) 60.000 26,000 loo,oun NE 5 0ASHHrrrö $ 20 . 10 caôh Sifts 14. 15 CABH GIFTS 10. 20 CASH î|lFTS 26 CASH GIFTS ^0 0a.SU (41FTS 3.000 each. W. 50 CASH GIFTS 2.0Uoeach. 10Û. IÛ0CASH OfFTS 1.000 each 240 CA8'I GIFTS 600 cash gifts ld.OOO CASH GIFTS ,000 eoeh .U00 each. 140.000 ,000 each 6.000 eaob 4.000 each 160.000 1Ù0.OOO luu .000 VUG 000 100,000 5UJ IM» . lOu.ouu 50.000 50 oauh. Vbu.Ouo luu each Whole TicketCj $50. Halves. $25. Tenth, or each coupon, $5. Eleven Whole Tickets $50u Far Tickets, ox information, address Thus. E. BkamljvTXE, Agent and Manager, Louisville, Kv.. or ThoS. H. Hays A Co„ uuo Broadway, N. Y, FITS CURED FREIE !! Any peison suffering tram the above dis ease is requested to addre** DR Paies. . and a trial bottle of meiioin-j will be itorwardsi by express. FREB ! Ihegmly cu«t|5eiu* th. Exurew charges, hlch owtag lo ur l.rve butine««, are email FITS OR EPILEPSY a etuly for yew«, and tie will warrant [a u,r by the use ot hi. remedy. D * not fail to eeod to aim for a trial buttle: ttfeost. notbiug.iaud ho ZWILL CERE YOU. no matter how ions standing your cate may be. or how many other remsdieü mayl have failed. Circulars and testiuiorials sent with FRSF TRIAL BOTTjuE. Be parGoular to give your Express, as well as your Post Office direction, and Address jan!4 lydJGyw DR. CHaS. T PH ICE, 67 William st. Ne*' York reliable -SEEDS BY lMAIL. Our new Need Catalogue, with a revUed ■uui enlarged Liai or Novell»«* and Hue «»allie*, le ready lor dletrlhutlon, and will he sent to ail who apply, enclosing stump for postage. K, H. A LI.I.Eft St CO., 18» and IO| Water St., New York. febS-d&u BORGE VICKEIW, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Thsaferiown, Maryland B. H. VICKLRS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. I dAw Cbestertown, Md. rjMiifi MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK. NO. 4 W. THIRD STREET, tent. Interest. Open Tueed.y and Six I.H iy evenings and every day. D., Pres't fyw John F JAMES A. PLUNKETT ROTARY PUBLIC AND.CONVEYANCBR I. *. Car. Third and fn«rk*t sits., (Seoond Utory.) WUiMlROTORBI* 9» nAlt 11 WAKE, <tY. m. dittoes & co., (Situcesaors to Pedrlck, Careen A Co.,' fliPOKTKKS AND DKAl.KKM IN IKON AND STEEL, UllOMlMUUS UUAL, UALVANIZiib IKtiM. COACH-hL'ILDERc' HARD WARM Jo., S. E COM. I'll I Kb * SUirLKV fair.. Uuve nlway. on Paint a full assort niant of Ill'll Hint htet-l. It. nl I,ran.la of American Haulluei'oil ami Kollod tiara, English If ell liai »ni »Hai««*; linml, lloopiiuU »lit Iron: beat Norway Nallroile ami Auger slmpus, i;«i. vmilxeilauii liluck bbcel troll, Cast, Shear. Blister Herman, flwode, Hpring, 'IfIn, Ma ckineiy and lap Steel. Smith, couch other Hardware. Horae bbuea, llorr.e Shoe Nulla, Borax, Holla, Clips, Nut., Wuslura, Malleable Castings, Wagon Hoses, Springa, Axles, buokes, Felloes, Shaft«, Uinta, fte. Carriage Cun i uaa, ou Cur pela, Katibielt, hu —eled Top und ilaali Leather, uud i.oaeli Hardware of all Linda. Iron Wire Italian rued Nuria, Babbit Metal, Loud speller, Runes Tin, Sheet Zinc, Ac., Ac., Smilb'a uiol other toofa, AnrtU, t ice», Iloilo»«, Sledgea, lluui mora, Shoeing hulvea, Files, Ifuapa, siuilh.' UrUla, Tire Berultra, Twere Irona, Stocka und I>te«, Grlndatoucs, l'runta and Rollers, llark Chulua. Ac. AII of which will he aold at very low prices, wholeaule and retail, for cash or approved credit. mura Ison ' ■ KUi D. H. KENT A CO., Importers and Manufacturers' Agents for IRON. IRON. ÔTEEL, BTEEL. HARDWARE. HARDWARE. AND COACH MATERIAL, ' Have the Largest Stock of goods tn the State in their line, and Best Assorted Stock the United States. NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 210 AND| i?12 OIIANUK STREETS,J WlLMlNUTOM, Del. Blnoksmitliin^. Seoond & Madison Streets, AH kio.li« of Blacksmithiofr uuue in tbe bet>t moderate rates, lüanuer and at Horse Hhoeing A specially, which will be dune in c uoHurpaHHed by any shop in the city. The public areiuvlted tu give me a call. nnv27-3m a manner UEO F. UDIMES ICE DE A LEUS. loo ! loo!! loo!!! ^_JAVINCJ laid in a larger Stock ol Ice , . of cxctlleut quality ami thickness (lx to 15 luobes) we are now ready for the season of 187ft, tit the following prices: 5 pounds daily. . 8 " »• Ilian ever bef» 75 ctul.ii week. ti 50 16 60 C. HU " ami over at " " " at 4 S cent f»er pound. 40 cents per luu ponuds. Jco by tho tou at low rates. Contracts for the season a* low as the lowest. We pride ourselves on having obtained the most careful, polite and accommodating dri vers In the city for all our routes. Give us a call before going elsewhere. WALTON A JAMES, s No. 2 West Third street, < Fifteenth and Ring streets. low or f«b26 rjXOE ARCTIC loe Company, Having secured au ample supply of |CjL FAR THICK |I C K-, now prepared K> pnt^r into cc_ ihe coining sea sun of 1875 at very low i and will guarantee to furnish vheir cual with a first-class article AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. mtracts for Pleuse <io not neglect to call and see us be ore ordering your supply elsewhere. OlTOO—No. 2 East Second Street. DfcFUT Over Third street bridge. J. B. CONROW A SON, Proprietors. feb2-ly FINE SKATING This afternoon and Evening at our Park over Third street bridge. OIIAN 0X3 PRICES OF ICE. Commencing .in Monday, August 3-, we will sell Ice at the tollowina price*; 45 cents 5 pounds daily..... 8 do 12 do 16 do 2U do vr week. do I«, d.j do du do do do . .... *> do do d no do 60 peuuds iluily. 4b mints ««eh delivery ; 100 pounds daily, 7u cents each delivery ; 6h0 lbs and upwards, at 60 cents per 100 pounds. , We guarantee to eell ae low as auy one tn this oity.t» OrriorB—406 Shipley, 4th ,8 fnd Popla^'lSIÖ Walnut Sts. aprTG CONSUMPTION CURED. To the Editor of Daily Gazette, K*T£EM£i> Friend : Will you pleade it.fx.rxn your renders that have a positive CURE FOR CONSUMPTION d all disorders of tbe Throat and Lung*, aod that, by its use in my practice, I have ''urea buodreds.of oases, and will give? $1,000 000 for a case It will nH benefit! I TmleeJ ,o strong 1. my faith, I will send a SAMPLE to *ny sufferer addressing me rlease ihow this letter to any one you mav «idbîîij, nSwia '' fr0 " ">«• diseases! I'hfulir Youn, WSBÜSI.T. JS I MR C ». Cl w Y [UREI «■Vo P«r««a enu lulcc three Ritter» accoru iriv *»> <'n ccIIoijh, uini t«•ntiiiit long u/iwell. pro vi Kd tlicir nbilq* Are not «lonti-oved hyinlnri*' H«on or other ineims, «ml vital organs wuMo«i ' «-voiKitbe priiut of ritprir. Dyipcpiiuor lu<li(;<-%tIoa, Headache. PhIq sli i.ii.Uir*-, Lough*. Tightness of tho ( host, v .t I.frtctittione cf tlie Nt«>m*.di u* 1 îa-te In; lie Moath. Iillluu« ALtuckg. Palpltatiou o« I* ' u:iim^tion of the Luiium, ralu lu the f tiie Kltlwf-ya. and a hundred other iminlu arr* the oiftprliiftii of Dyepepeia. ouc i .o U lu provo a Letter gutiranu e of it, mem« W» a loqartliv ad.v«*rti>einenr^ ror I'liuitln l empliiiui«, In young- or old. r'iarrlod ct ringle, at Hie dawn or wvnunliuotl i il;«, these Tonic Riuere itlepley go 1 »dec an luflucnce taut ItanrovfOQeut Is »oou u in .. ■7ln u<* U't'i do pe»* « oplihie. l or Ii»n.:minii(orr ntsil Chronic Itti* mntletH und i.iuit, l .ilou^. Reinitteut uud Inte« luitunt l ever«, ldieaseiuf the lllood, Liver, KlJ net« itnd (»ladder, these Litter* hate dm eouuJ '»»" h Olsen«/** me eatned l*y VHlafe.l Blood. £•■••«lo I'urxulivfi n* well i *•, iioaseiwiiiff the merit of acting tix mil ag- iit In'rt'lievinir I'ongcstlou or iudan: •n of the Liver and Vi. < eral Oig.ms. un i in t I « :.i.iti l oi NLi I». •», eruption«. Tetter, Salt Klit-uin, L ot' ll»** Spot m, Pimple«, Pustules, lion* King-worm*, Seal«! Read, .Sore Eye* Itvh, Scur'*. Discoloration* of the Skin n. I Diseuses of Hie si m of whatever imiiio , are III « • i ally »In? tip ami carried on a »kort time l»y the u?e of tlie*»c Hitter* icl'ul TIiomsiumIh proclaim Vimkjar B:< tiic ino*.f wonderful Invigorant thaï tver su. »»I Die »-.! til>Inif Hv-teni. It. II. itlrIMIMM) x CO. H.. Si 'liurli»>n St».. N. Y. MM.D UY U.L DRUUGIST.S A DEALERS. : Kr> dpol II Minors or natu I system i tef the I l,l DrilgglRH <-f N\ usliiuuion h 1 On n.f,' Francisco. Cal. i PIANOS AND ORGANS. PIANOS For $29005 ir»d upward*». OKU ANS For $45.GO ar.d upwards. For oash or on In <taimeats, at HOBELE n & URO'.-i Waror.ioma _ (UP 8TAIKB.) _ Great Fall hi Prices ! In order !<. moke ruorn fur the Spring Stock JOSEPH BOW, 31« 4 A It Hr/| STREET, Offers for the »omain ler «>f the best opi»»rtunily loseeuiu DURABLE i nd the "OHH. WELL MADE CLOTHING AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE KNOWN Tbe»« goiid« »ro uui. o of tbe bed o'o.b and tbe »trenxth ot tu» «w.iig on tien n not equalled anywhere, do act Heal Bargains Now is the time. Quick sale: and ein »11 pro tits is our motto. JOSEPH ROW. 31C Market Street. i«n2 , ' , 7*wtt° rbe,OW 4lh * Wi,min «ton. Gel. Hepistoi c Order. RKOIBTEB OFFICJt. New Castle County. February 24.1875. Upon the application of THOS. M. OGLE. Administrator ot UoWAHD OGLE, late of Ked .Lien hundrou, in said eouuty, deceas ed ; it is Ordered and directed by the Résis ter that the Administrator uloresaid give notice of I hr. granting ef Letters of Ad mini8trntion upon tfce Kstiifo or » he deceased with tlie data it granting thereof, by causing odv«rli«*D.!.ssi< I «p -»i<G within forty d.ya from the «D it oi sa» Lo.tcr«». in fix of the moat public places of the county of New Coe tle, requiring all persons having demands against t.i« L.-'ale to prerent the patne or ubido by an Act ol Assembly in such case made and provided. And also cause the same to bo inserted within the game period in the Daily Gazette, a newspaper published iu ftSreln WUoHwrton.Hi.^ to be continued Asw^jKthre» 1 weeK.i. K.O. D Given under the baud and seal of -, Resistor aluretaid. at said, tbNtiw (.asile, New Lostlecounty uiore e day aud yea'* fih»»re written. B. C. BIGGB. Register. NOTICE. . .*'V having claims against tbe Es täte ol lut »ieoeaseii must present the seme duly_aitested to the A»'mihtralor, on or be fore FeliriiHry 24th, 1876, or abide the Act ol Assembly ui buch case mode and provided TJ10S. M. OGLE, Atiministrator. feb26 eod^w All i> Adiireas—WilmiuBtou. lie! hi:«I9Ti;k's <;ttDt.it. Register's Offiok, New Castle County. Feb. Hth. 1876. Upon the application of Win. R. Lynam. Administrator of Lewis C. Lynam, late of White ( lay (.reck Hundred, in said County deceased, it it ordered and directed by thé Kegititer that Administrator aforesaid, give notice of tho uranting of Letters of Adminis tration upon the Estate of the deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by causing ad vertisement* tv bo posted within fortv days from tlie date of such Letters, iu six o the most public place* of the County o I New Castle, requiring all persons having demands againstthe Estate, to present the same, or abide by an A ct of Assembly iu such case made and provided. And also cause tho same to be inserted withintbesamo period in the I)n(ly Gasette, a newspaper published in Wil miDfftoii .and to be «ontinued therein three wears, (h. *). D J Hivon under I he hand and Seal of f L.8. r Office of the Register aforesaid, at . ww .^ew tattle, in Now Castle County aforeiuid .the day and ye»* above written î3. C. BIGGS,Register. NOTICE. All persons having claims against tbe Ks taie. I tbo deceased must present the same duly attested (•• the Administrator, on or before February bill. 1876. or abide tbe Act of Assembly in *u*h on.«« made and provided WILLIAM R. LYNAM. Adminiitrator. febl0-eod-3w Address—Christiana, Del. B ARIJAINS In Linen Handkcrclilofe, afi price« and kinde just received. WM. B. SHARP, 41k and Market 8U