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T>HILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON A BAX i. TIMOKE RAILROAD. SEPTEMBER Î8th. 1874. Trains leave Wilmington as follows : for Philadelphia and itermediate stations, AM) I.1U, 9.80, law, a. m. ; IS. 17.2.00, 4.00, 7.S0 9.80, ^Philadelphia and New York, 1.81, a. m. t 12.17,12.42, 5.48 p. m. Baltimore and intermediate stations, 12.5», a. in. ; 5.20, u. m. timoré and Washington, 12.52, 2.08, 10.09), . u . : 12.56, 1.23, 5.20, 7.10, p. m. Trains for Delaware Division leave for New Castle, 5.00, 10.10, a. m. ; 1.23, K4ÿ intermediate stations, 5.00 D Harringto.1 \nd jj.'O, a. in. ; 6 40, p. m. Deimnr and intermediate «taU ' 7» 5.00,10.10), SUNDAY TRAINS : Philadelphia and intermedia ta stations* 4.0(4, 1 Philadelphia and New York, 1.81, a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 2.0# m. For further Information passengers are r^ -rred to the time tables posted at the depot II. F. KENNEY. Superintendent. UeJil'a» B STEAM FR IGHT LINE Leaves 2d wharf above Chestnut street Phil4i dolphin, daily at 5, p. m., and French strecl wharf, V.umington, at 6, p. m. Freight haul llcvl carefully and forwarded with dispatch. G. W. BUSH. UtiUVLKlt.!>. ^«EO. E. WHEELER, NO- 104 EAST SECOND STREET, Having enlarged tu* nine« of business. oXTets to the public great *dvkntag«s la all khals ot GROCERIES, FINE TEAS AND COFFEE, \T REDUCED PRICED cairned FrulU of all kind» at a «light advance on the wholesale price. Thankful for share of the pu the place to save cheap. novV74-tf t favor»; we »till solicit a patronage. Do not forget S mr money by buying O. K. WHEELER, 104 E. Second Street. paw blic EOilAN ^ HHENf. H 3EHERAL PRü VISION DEALER. Ko. 334 Tatopll Street, i LM1NGTON, DEL., Wouid reif ectfully ami nine« to hi» friend» and the public tnat he still carrie» on the Moat busLn©»». at the old sl-and, and will ke4p constantly on hand the be» t uuaiiiy at 3UGA t -CURED HAMS, f UTÇU, SHOULDERS, La.KD.POKK, SAUSAÖE, DRU.)) BEKI CHEESE, TONDUES, *0., «kfr. »Ul ot which will be sold wliolcsMle aud retail .t the lowest city uric*». He returns hi* tusxxlxs to hi» n-ftny custo mer, lor past favors and respect'ally solicit* s continuance cf the same. JOHN P. ALLMOND. Cor. 8 th and Market stifft*» DEALER IN UROCERIBS TE KB COFFEE. SPICES. Ac.. Ac. Cobber Eighth a Mx&kbt Säte am il. R. BOWMAN, W 511 Ring St & 2d and king. Grocer & Tea Dealer, Private Families, Hotels, Restaurants and ether consumers supplied with THU BEST GROCERIES AT FAIR PRICES, AJiD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1 jfxcond and King Streets and 511 King Streets mayso-Sm. _ ) BANKS ASSJJ BANKERS IR9T NATIONAL BANK F OF WILMINGTON expository of the pubuo* moneys, AND FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE UNlTïD 8TATE9, EDWARD BETTS, PauiDSNT. EORGE D. ARMSTRONG, Cashisk. aid op Capital, •ooo.dou hiladalphla and New York Exohange Dished to regular Depositors wlchout oharge. fur DUeount days, Mondays and Thursday«, at DIRECTORS: \ George W. Bush,) Eli Garrett, Joshua T. Ueald, William TatnalC mar2é :3 «A. M. w .ementB. Smyth, srael Fusey, Henry S. McGomb, taniel James, Edward Betts. UE ARTJLZANS SAVINGS BANK, 602 MARKET STREET, incorporated February 23,1801. pen to receive deposits daily from 9, A- M. il 4, P. 31., and on Tuesday and Saturday . enings from 7 to 8 o'clock. SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, six per cent, has been regularly paid oh de osits, since the organisation of the Bank, and t is the expectation of the Managers, that this rate of dividends will be continued. When dividends are not withdrawn, they are accounted as deuoslte. Thus permanent deposits couunpounu their interest twice in each year. T * I mti MANAGERS: George W. Bush,) George S. Capeik, M. L. LlcJitenstBb», Edward Darlington, Job n. Jackson, Wm. II. Swift, William 8. miles. Clement B. femyth, Chas W. Howland, Nathan'1 R. Benson, Itcury F. Dure, E. M. fetotaenburg, Anthony Higgins. WM. 8. HILLES, President* GEO. W. BUSH, Vice President. E. T. TAYLOR, Treat a i fcbil-ly T O COUNTY TAJX TA 1ER» T Delinquent county tax parera are hereby L.wtUed that It Is necessary for them U) call No. West Fouuia Stbekt, ■ d poy their tax immediately if they would vo costs THOS. 1). GIBSOS, piiuctor* FüurtUi St. ! office, Ko. e We*t J«n. »9. 1875— tf l BARGAINS ! > in Linen Handkerchiefs, all price» and est received. M. B. SHARP, 4th and Market Sts S ILK UMBRELLAS. A largo auortaont of o order by Wm. A. Drown Umbrella«, mode A Co., auiubUfoj hriatime yreeexm^juat «p arti WAGON WORKS, j Constant] y on hand and mad 6 to order ! Express, Market, Truck. Parin' German town AND Sneath'» Patent Tilting Wagon*, Carts. Push-Carts and Barrows ; also. . Agricultural Implements, which are being sold at oooit. Indulin* PLOWkS. HARR0*V9 an f CITLTi V A 1 -jR.S *11 Noe. of the Moore, Wiley, Feac »ok ani Hagendorn Plow*, with draft. Repairing Neatly and Prorrptty exe cuted. BLACRSMITHSNC In all It* branche». t'articulai attention paid to . 1 without «-entre HOKiSK-sllOElMJ. AH diseases of the foot, and casei •*/ lame ness, incidental to shoeing or fast lriviog treat ed UI»d* r the l>unl>ni* SvNtmii SUCCESSFULLY Interterin« invariably cured in «*aee shoeing Knuckling and knee-spruug ho^ej iaiii-e diately Vieneüted and left in a condition by tbe aid of wh ch nature soon effect* a permanent Lameness from corns instantly removed. Immediate relief given in of acute founder. Diseases of the above nature other- ertaining to tbe toot and leg, heretofore considered incurable by "Old School" Veteri narians, are bv « iudicions application of the DUNBAR SYSTEM relieved and cured. Anatomical «peeiujwn esuibued at the * T'ce d varionr ihowing cause and effect. Having been at great expense to a thorough knowledge of theuuhjecx, the onlv smith in the Stat- to whom Mr Dunbar ha» imparted his valuable method o 4 treatment. I a it preparod to treat the worst bring forward. I employ only competent 'y supervise ail operation.;. OtMf-e 111 vi being ca«ethe public and p er DAVID WOOUiAY REGIüTblU» OIIIILH Rxgibteh's Omet, Ne»v Castle County. March 23d. 1 s7 y* Upon tbo application of John 1 . Grubb, Administrator D. 13. N, o Sauiucl • hnmbei. ittio ot Wilmington Hundred, in deceased, it »t ordered and directed by tbe Register that AdminiUrat'T atorejjaid. give notice of the granting of Letter« ot Aim 1 ..is tration upon the Estate of the deceased, with the date of grauting thereof, by vertisements tw be posted withii from the date of auch Letters, ii most public places of the County oj N Castle, requiriuy all persona haviag'loroandfi against the Estate, to present the same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in such ease made and provided. And also cause the same to be inserted within the same period in the Delà ware Gaxette. a newspaper published in Wil miugtott.and to be continued therein ihrer wesKi. (K. O. D ) forty (i,ty. si, . f (h, f -- Given underthe hand and Seal ol < L.8. f Oftice of the Register aforesaid, ai l-New Cattle, in N Castle Count} e writtec. Register, aforesaid,the day and yci* *hnv ö. C. BIGGS. Non s. All persons having claims against the Es tate ol the deceased must present the sa* duly attested t« the Administrator, on or before March 23d, 137Ö. or abide the Act of Assembly in such ease made I provided. * J0UN E GRUBB. Adaiinistriitor b. L N. r21cuddw Addross-Wilmington. Del REClISTbll'N OKOtR KEGI8TKa'3 Dppice, NEW CASTLE COUNTY. .Mar 2*. Ia75 Upon the application of Peter V, Bre and Victor DuPont. TxejutoiS of Ilenry F Fineg^ii.Jr , late of Wilmington Hundred, in said county, deceased: it h Ordered and directed by the Register that the Execu aforeHaid, give notice of the granting of L» t ters Tes'amentary upon the Estate ol the de ceased, with the date ot granting thereof, b> causing advertisements to be tested wiihin forty dayä from the aate of such Letter.«*, in six of the most public places ol tbe county ol New Castle,requiring all persons having de mand9 against the Esrateto present rhe .vinic. abide by an Act oi Assembly madr ana provided. And also c to be inserted within the same period in lb Daily Gasette. a newspaper published 1 Wilmington.and to be continued therein ihre weeks (E Ü. D.) 1 sue a -e the <1 Given under the hand and seal .ofoffice *d the K^^ister aioru "LAli ^said* at New Cas Castle county afores iid the day Ne and year above written. Ö. C. BIGGS, Register. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the F.3 tatest the deceased must pre-eci tbe .«*aui? duly attestod to the Ex ecu 1 before March 23, 1870, or abide tho Jet of As sembly in such o mad« and provided. PETEK N. BIUC.WAN, VICTOR Dcl'ONT; Executors. ap r9-3weod. ReKfolcr'« Order, Register a Office. New Castle County, March £Gih, 1875. Upon the application ot BARA 11 JANE SHARPE, Executrix of THOMAS II. SriAKPE, late ot Wilmington Hundred, in said county, deceased ; it is ordered and directed by the Register that tbe Executiix aforesaid give notlceof the granting of Let ters Testamentary upon the EAtate of the do ceased, with the date of granting thereof, by causing advertisements t7 be posted within forty days from the date of euch Letters, in six of the mo.*4t public places of the Coantyof New Castle, requiring all persons having demands against tbe Es tate to present the same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in such case made and pro vided. Andalsocause the sa ed within the same period in the Wil mington Gazette.a news; aper published in Wilmington, and to be continued thereiu three weeks, ( E. O. D.) Given under the band and Seal of L.B. r Office ol the Register aforesai. «-v^ * New Castle, In New Castle Coi aforeaid, the day and year above written. K, 0. BIG *S, Register. in to be insert , at oty NOTICE. All personBhavingclaims azaiugt the Es tate of ch deceased must present the same duly attested to the Executiix ou or before March ^fiih, 1876, or abide tho Act of As.-em bly in such ie made ano provided. SARAH JANE SHARPF/ Address—Wilmington, Deb Executrix. ?nh27-3weod Cheap Furniture! 3. W, Cor. Second Shipley! ISts* E have a fine assortment of well-made Furniture, such as Waluut Bureaus, Wash Stands, Extension Tables, Bedsteads, Work Tables, Cribs, Rocking Chairs, Cane seat and Windsor Chairs, Children's Chairs, Ac., which we are »«Hing at prices to suit the hard times. Those wishing bargains should ve us a call. The highest price paid for old furniture, and now furniture exchanged for old at moderate rates W Furniture made to order In the best manner and at reasonable rates. Repairing and varnishing dono anuer ana at low prices. HENKEL A TSCIIAN. in tho bc6t dec24-w3m Ponaor House MILTOrr, DEL. J. P. HAKT, Proprietor. r |YBIS House baa lately been fitted up, aod 1 receirea strict atteu tion of the l'ropn •tor, and if clsaaed among the best hotels the faulasuJa. iefi-lgw of Heavy Failure in Philadelphia. j HENKY ft. MORRIS SCSPEND»—LIABILI TIES $2,000,000. 1 Philadelphia, May 4.—Henry ti Morris, proprietor of one of ttic largest machine shops in the country, and formerly of the well known firm ol Morris, Tasker & Co., has made an as signment to Charles E. Morris, a law yer, and a relative of Mr. Morris About lour years ago Henry Ö. Morris left thofirmof Morris, Talker & Co , and is said to have withdrawn about SI ,000,000, with which lie purchased the general machine business of Mer rick & Co., the largest iron manufao Hires in certain Hues iu the country. Mr. Morris supplied most of the sugar making machinery in Cuba and the West Indies find was obligcdto take Cuban notes worth only 40 to 50 cents the dollar; trade was dull, and Ills creditors pressing, hence his failure. His liabilities will reach $2,000,000; his assets are $000,000 to $900,000. Mr. Morris will retain control of tbe busiuess the assignee says it will go on; if not, the property must be sold. His counsel Is Hon. Wm. A. Porter, and the Phlia. Iron Company will be his security for auy amount. on it come The suapensiou affects many persons. Florida Tract I. (JV&m t'.i Spcinfidd Union I Tbe season in Florida bas closed aad the resorts of Northern travelers are deserted. The estimated amount of pleasure and health travel to that Stato during the past winter is estimated at 33,000persons, who are supposed to have spent $3,000,000among the Floridians, it is chocring to learn that the prollta blencss of Florida hotel keeping in the winteracason is attracting the attention of a class who know how to keep ho lds. and the accommodations are like ly to ho fuller and Letter next winter. .Y new feature of the TloriJa travel this winter hus Leon the large propor tion of person* in good health who Lave gone South for pleasure compared with those who lravcgone forhcalth. Until this ye .1 the invalids have been in the majority, hut it was the other way tt.c p ist season. Blloonino in a Gale.— The recent balloon tilp from Brooklyn, N. under Trof. Donaldson's management in which he was accompanied by eight newspaper men, the aggregate weight of the party being over 1,200 pounds, was one of tbe most successful ever made by so large a party. Immediate ly on arising the air-ship drifted toward New York city.crossiug the Fast river above tbo bridge towers,and the North rtver at about Seventy-second street. The Hackensack valley was speedily traversed, aud in a short while the voyagers found themselves sailing to ward a crest of gloomy hills to the north. It wm in this neighborhood that a genuine whirlwind was encoun tered, which made au «rial tee-to-tum out of the balloon and shook the travelers up considerably. Higlrt ahead could be seen the driving, misty columns of a rain storm. The wind freshened to a young gale, loon being low, it was forced more rapidly than comfortably through tbe tree-tops. Several ugly "all-standing stops" were caused by the drag rope whipping about the limbs. A success ful landing was effected at Walden, Orange county, New York, seventy miles in a direct line from the point of starting, but one hundred and twenty miles by Ibc route taken by the bal loon, which was made in three hours. T. t b> in ol Tbe bai PIANO. This splendid Piano Forte combines every improvement In tone with power and groat durability, and have re ceived tho unqualified endorsements of the musical authorities for its marvelous extra ordinary richness of ti ne, having no ßupenor in the woild. Large sue, 7 „ octaves, over strung bass, full Iron frame, French Grand action, Fret Desk, carved Podal, solid rose wood mouldings, ivory key front, capped hammers, a Grade treble, Ac., Ac. Weight when boxed over one thousand pounds. Liberal discount to the trade. Agents want ed, (male or female.) AVfiend stamp for circular. » ddress the Inventor and proprietor, DANIEL F. BWAT TY, Washington, New Jersey. marl8dG|2 BEATT ï AKTIK JOHNSTON, M HOOK-BINDER, jkNDÜBLANK book MANUFACTURER B Magazines, Music and Publications of al nds bound at tho lowest rates. ICBack Numbers of perio<licals supplied, psfepecial attention given to making Account Books of every variety of Ruling and Binding. .Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders by mall will receive prompt attention. MAttTlN JOHNSTON, No. 420 ÖH1PLEY STREET, WILMINGTON. sêpô'78 tf rjn.HE HAND BRICK COMPANY, WILMINGTON, Office and Yard at Front & DuPont streets. Continues tbe business of making BRICKS By HxifD Only. Orders solicited. Have now a good stock o Salmon Brick, * Light Red Brick, Medium Red Brick, Dark Red Brick, Tavlng Brick, Pressed Brick, Which will bo delivered of at the Lowest M arket Prices. JOHN C COLE. Saperhitendont. Arc Msoulaoturiag and ha' ô for ea!« REFINED CONCENTRATED r»<> U 1 > KETTE, Compered serpenel and et>--aloed Kobroi or Nighfsoil. It is h most astonishing ter tillzer. far cheaper than any other In the market, and will compete directly with the high priced sauer phosphates an 1 guano . In its action it is almost iufUntancous up »n végéta i >n owing to the fact t!m the grenier part of the Ammonia is free, the same as iu Peruviau Guano. Delivered free on board of vessels or cars in this city at the extremely low price of 820 PKH. TOKT. Orders by mail with money order or check enclosed win receive prompt attention. Address WIL.MISGTON POVDUR1TK CO^ No. O WEST TENTH ST., L. WUvlatton. Do), folü-wfim Il A TS AND CAPS. U B K ^ ^ Y> , t H K H ATT K ii. o No. w : E A S I r I H I Hl>i sS T UKK.T Wli UINliTvJ*, DfoLAWAßR. aprl'niif HATCHES, AC. CLOCKS, > K ESI ON A YAK«, l Practical Watch Maker, And dealer In INK AAlMUCAN AND SWiSS WATOflRS 7LOCK«. JEWELRY, SPECTACLK3, EYE glasses, silver-wake, a.).. at the to the the tbe rope it* KINO STREET, WILMINGTON, Dtl Particular attention paul to repalrms ita bnuicbes; a Lao, obaugLug specwcle gla^Hca. Ha» a good awoitment of gla»»n» coitutantly on hand. , ,. . The public id cordially invited to call and examine uiy »tuck and learn my price*. _ineptly_ all ^«KOKGE JACK, 1K).Y >iarliet (St WATCHES JEWELRY, AC,. SPECTACLES *EYE-GLA«sr S. GOLD, blLVhtU ANJ> ULlAlU !*. u:am V e claim rroia experlt* re to ®u:t c.f cudarlty of impaired viaion, guaitUilee aaiufaction. Uur faciuuc*. that we cau exchange giassc. frame to suit the customer in a N. B.—First »tore above Third »treat. Keiaiiring In all its branches. ' I' ui y shaped r non: - . . SCV23-17 407 MARKET bl\, 407 BENJ. S. CLARK, T. A full assortment of suyenoi CLOCKS, WATCHES, JE WELK Yd IAND SPECTACLE?, Constantly on hand and (or sale at the lowest market rates. Particular and personal atten tion given to Repairing any article in the above line. A fine assortment of Spectacle» constantly on hand, and sole agent for the Celebrated Diamond Spectacles inarif>flg For the UhUi. Bath Brushes, Bath Towels, Bath Sponges and Bath Soups in extensive variety. Also, Flesh Gloves, Straps, Brushes, etc., of norse hair. Dry Friction Gloves, and many other articles of the same class at E. BRJlNGUUUST A CO., Cerner Sixth and Market »tree PIANO BEATTY bai Endorsed by the Highest Musical Authority ihroa^hout tho woild as Thk Beut. D. 1. tJEAlTY, Proprietor, Washington, New Jersey. marl*dUtu »EU1BLF —SEEDS— BY UA11. Our new Seed Catalogue, with a revised and enlarged Liai or Noveltfte« and kpe* «■iadiios, is ready for distribution, and will be sent to ail who apply, enclosing stamp for postage. A. II. ALLLEN A C O., 1ÄO an*i IOI Water 8t.. New Tork. g«b|4am >HE T MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK. NO. 4 W. THIRD STREET. S îix per cent. Interest. Open Tuesday and turday evenings and every day. A. 11 Grlmshaw, Treas., J. P. Wales, M. D., Pros't John F. Miller, Clerk. Jyl-tf JAMES A. PLUNKETT NOTARY PUBLIC AND.CONVEYANCER K. Ei For. Third slid market »(»«, fSeco&d story,) WILMINGTON DE* De ^ Fine French Trusses And Abdominal Supporters. After experience of over twenty five years in the adjusting end selling of almost every kind of Truss ma le, havo come to tbe con clusion that for neatness, dura bility and comfort, the above named is the best in use. Also, bilk and Cotton Elastic Htockin«s. Abdominal Belts. Knee Caps, Umbilical Belt-, Anklets. Suspensories. <fc. These articles are so well known aod re commended by tbe medical faculty that little need bo soi I by me. Private room ,for this de: artment. L. M, IlNGIxASD, Itrugglit. Sixth!and Lombard Streets. W Imlnrton. Del 0*wly Truss L Brace Department AVING a «took of Trn»»«;*, Braces Na|i porters,Suspensories and o h mechamcal appliances,unsurpassed in ex tent aDd variety by that of any ether simi lar establishment in the oountry. aud with upwards of Twenty Years' JBxpei-ionoe H cr In applying th*rn, we te-i •'.onfldcnT . • ^ ability to give satire reiuinnv or In »n iu services in this a i roc tiu i,. OI K ift£TRt*!$t&3iT£ Are oonstrneted la the best best materials, and of various dize« u *uu all cases from the smallest infant to tbe largest adult. tVehave |A PTHVATii' liOOJVx For their a4)ustuxent. while our nr lex .r. moderate and so varied, by our extansi /e assortment, ai to suit the rockets all classes Hundreds of persons after trying the larger 5 cities, have expressed their gratification of the facility and economy with which they have been suited at our estab lishment. m E. BRINGHUR6T A O' Apothecariea, at. W cdrn.r Sixth and Market strwu, — WWfo 1 wUmnurto#, I>e| JJAllD WARE, Ac. ' W. G KERN A CO.. \\ to Pedru-k, Green A Co.,) (feuceesat lUeoKTKK.S AM» Dr.AI.KR8 IN IKON AND STEEL, BITUMINOUS COAL, GALVANIZE!» XfcoN COACH-BUILDER«* HARD WARE <to , 6. K COE. HURD A aUU'Uil .«x .. Have always on baud a full aMàoitiueut ot iron aud steeL Boat brands of American Hauimored and llolled Ilara, English Refined liars of alltii7.es; Hand, Hoop and .Slit Iron; best Norway Nailrods und Auger .Shapes, Gal vanized and Black sheet Iron, Cast, Shear, Blister German, .Swede, Spring, Tire, Ma chinery und Tap Steel. Smith, Coach aud other Hardware. Horse Shoes, lforro Shoe Nalls, Borax, BolU, Clips, Nuts, Washers, Malleable Cast inc-, iVagon Boxes, Springs, Axles, Spokes, felloes, Shafts, Bo «s, Ac. Carriage Canvass, OU Carpets, Katlinett, Eu arneled Top and Dash heather, and Coach Hardware of all kinds. Iron Wire Galvan •zed Nails, Babbit Metal, Lead Spelter. Tiu, Sheet Zinc, Ac., Ac., smith's and tools, An Nils, \ices, Bellows, Sledges, Ham mers, Shoeing Knives, files, Hasps, Smiths' Drills, Tire Benders, Twere Irons, stocks and Dies, Grindstones, Cranks and Kollers, Back Chains, æc. Ali of which will be sold at very low prices, wholesale aud retart, for cash or approved credit. mart l%rf Bauca other . all U. KLM A GO . D. Impôt 1er* id Manu'aolureiV i^tnui fer I R-'.> N alÀEL, -'il il hi.. HARDWARE; Ha KG W.xria, AND UJALll AIATEULaL, Ha\ 4 t jc Lar. 11» It. £»«: U I' ai» x Ba.t Aiuurul H;.,k ike United S.aUs. NO. iv5 AND kvi SHIFT L V AND 2 to AND ,2ii GRANGE 51 KEEls, WlisjJlKttiOA» DSU ICE DEA I EUS |H»i * a'uics:. Brandywine Ice, § to la lnccc» thick. Our stock n douhie iLat ot aii other Äcai exs in this city combined. 10,000 tons at Coatesviiio. 0,000 41 ** Wilmington. W< have spared Bolth er pains nor expense in locating our housos to cut lee from Puru Water For Family iLie. Get the best, It costs no more. Prices as low as tho lowest, fee« cards Office, 40C »Shipley street. Brauch Offlce,- S f®*!' "' ste > t 131ü W uiuut street. mar4'75tf loo! Ice ! ! Ice! ji J J AYINQ laid in a larger Stocir 01 (oh than ever before of excelleiRouality thickness (12 to 15 inches) we are now ready for the season of lb7S, at the following prices : 5 pounds dally a ** 44 » 1.1 ...25 cents week. S3 u i J • w b 23 1H) 3o " and over at U cent per pound. 40 cents per 107) pounds. Ice by the ton at low ratoa. Contracts for the season as low as the lowest. We pride ourselves on having obtained the most careful, polite and accommodating drl vors I11 tho city for all our routes. Give us a call before going elsewhere. WALTON A JAMEr?. No. 2 West Third street, or Fifteenth and Kiqg s tree is. < Colds Brom lull«,Sore k Throat Influenza, Group, Whooping Cough, Hoarseness. Liver Complain!, ' Boren e»;s m the Chest or Fide Bleeding at tfct Lunas, and ev«ij affection of tht Throat, Lungs an .j Chest, are spee..i!y and perminently cured by the use of Da.1 Wjstar 3 Balsam of Wild Chrrsy. which dues rot dry up 1 oou«b and leave the cau«:e behind, aa is the cafe with moat remedies, bat loosens it, oieaoses the Lungs and allays irritation, thus removing tbe cause of the complaint. 100 at m CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED by a timely resort to this standard remedy as is proved by hundreds o f L-Ftimonials it has received. None genuine unless signed '1 BUTTS on the wrapper. 50 cte. and •* a bctü<» : large l.i.ttks much the cheaper. SETH W. FOWLE <Sc SONS, Proprietors. Boston. Mats. Sold by dealers generally- novl8deo .*1? j / ^^süAUiauÀ&w. »«■* h elal or to r/lcssr C i. xjcj.srij all HA? REMOVED 10. C .r. /e the >1 A R K|E T ST.KE.I1T a Larob- Stock of W.lcUeo, J owelry, und Sllrer-Ware,' Cositaatlf on band. ^r«h?« 1 lfÄ t ' r0mi 'U J ' • Meudl<110 * ]$ I Ql m Y, ;/ % 3f7 iSY % Y1 h IREI m 11 tW »' tk tnlir: these Ritters acced ing to ditjectloriH, and 'remain long unwell, j,; vidcd the r hohes uro not destroyed byniliiCi ■y>mon or other meana. and vital organs wu-ted •Kiyond tli9 point of repaif. Dyspepsia or Indigo* lion, Headache, Pa: In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the CL * Dizziness, Sour Krnctatlons of the Stomach, p** Taste lut io Mouth, Billons Attacks, Palpitation rt»'' Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, pain lu H. region of I lie kidneys, and a hundred other pa::»),.: synintoinp, are the offsprings of Dysrepsla. i l*ottie wil prove n belter guarantee cf its mr than a lengthy advertisement. For Fourni* ( oinplnf ms, In young or t>l\ married or ►Ingle, at the dawn nf womanhood, w the turn • f li,e, these Tonic Bitters display so elded an Influence tiiat improvement la soon i : < 'entitle. For Inflnmiimioi y und Chronic Rlit. llim N o »*«• On. '■ : 1 Cont, Bilious,' Uotnlttent nnU tut ' mlttent Ftvers, insensés or the Dlooil, Liver, l» 1 nets sn-t Bladder, these Bitters lava no eqv,. Sui lv Diseases ore canseU l.y Vitiated Blood. The, lire a goalie Purgative as well p a Toni«, possession the merit of actlnst at I ■ werfen ment In relieving Conrestion or luBaji marlon of the Liver and visceral Organs, arm union« 1)1 lease«. For eilt in Ui.onten, Tniptloa«, Tetter, b r.heuui, notches. Spots, pirn tiles, C.rliuucUs, Rlug-Wunhs ficaM-uead, Sore Ere,! f.rjrslpela i, Itch, Scurf!, Discolorations of the an-. Humors aid M»easesof the Skin of whatever name or nature, are literally dugnp and carried ont ol system :ula Bhcrt time hy the usa ol these Hitter (irairfu) 'sLotttf*.a,t*proclaimV iiieoakH r. ,»r. the most won : x the ei-iklr.v ! II, II. UtOOSAlD Oc CO. : and €c A/tx Lan Franolacn, Cil i.t W.r. Lc'.on slj Coailton tits., N. Y. sold iiv it - , rn-.isTs t dealf.es. Pustules, Boa u lLVigorant that jver »'ia* . Cl PIANOS AND ORGANS. 'PIANOS pa«*, '• ;V : —j Foil $20000 and^upwûrà* .ORGANS Foir $45.00 Qntl upward for îT^b or imm.lmeutit at ttOHpjjLKN fic OBO'8 Wareroo rep KTA:r.s,> KoHiatora Orfler. RiraisiM 0 /nci, .HT: rabruary24 : UT5 Nc|r, Upon the apidicati.'.n of TIIOS. M, OGI.r A dmioirtirator ci UüWAhD OGLU, Lut i( Red Lit n buodre-l, in cuid county, UûCcr ed ; it Ordere \ and directed by the Re»: ; j ter that the Administrator u.oreaal.l L - notice ( f the granting ef Letters cf A mi met n non upr.n the l.'tate of thodeceaiu with thej date of gruntingthereol, bycatisin. advortnemenu to be iiosted within lorty du • from the date of ruen Letters, in a\x c f t*', i uiost public plai'es id'the county of Now C tie, requiring nil persons having demaii-ii aealust the E.«'ate to prenant tue sa ma âtb.da l*y au Aul of Arcembly in such c . j made aid provided. And also cause thee*«'. . to be inserted withiu these me period ln :V.« liaily G|aietto : a uawspAper nubiiohed I.i therein Wilmington, s»nd to bo continuei three weeks. E. O. 1» Given under Ihe hand and cc&l 0» - , . offioe^of the _ Rechter atorosr.ri, ». said, thNew C«LStle, Now CaBilocounty al^rc k> day and year above written, : C. RIOGfl. ReaHter > m : NOTICK, I persons haviug Claims uasinst 1 * .- » of the Jeeesirud must present tbe ssi July attested to the A. uiistrator,on er I lore February 24 th, lsTtl, .»r ubido the Act Assembly in tur h Address—vv iimin tun. Del. All td*. d provided THGH.M.OGLE, Admlnistrato* fuLio eoditw THE GAZETTE PLAIN ANil 0RNAIÜENIAL .j 1 it, JOB PRINTING EïocdIêiI wilttiHcatii-ia'aM Dratt. ANli AT till: LGWK.&T IA 8 ÏI BAT'D AT No 4 IS MarktlS.reet. FITS CURED FREE 11 A:iy > s u suffering lromth: above di?i .uested to nddresu i R Price, ani a trial bottle of medicine will te forwarded by express, se is ftq FREE ! The*cjnl} • os*. Heinz He Express charge? 1 hies IxWir.Y K»ïmy lar.o business aie PHiiài FITS OR EPILEPSs a stu lyt for yew and he will warrant aicu • by the u<.eot h:s remedy. p * r<K fail to send to hlm fer a trial hot* itlccsis nottlng, and he WILL CURE T0U, Ion/Ktandin* year case c;7 ■ h 'j vthvi romodiei may in . lUcaalali ient!with FhEF TilIAL*BOTTiiE» Ba Mlrtlcuhr to'g ve y.^ar Ex ress.l* as 3oaii?ot»t i Ci. o iirtCltoii, K i x A Mie; , DR Cil A r \ T PRTC , _*7 W ! am fit.N"* } ^ . mat s 4 - C .t j >r i4-ljv lAl.y *^ fJMIOMAS R. LALLY, ai a ilui O i ctrxV xeo^vÉYAwenro, real estate AND CLAIM BUSINESS, PaorsKTT BoDairr, sold awd fcCHAMSBS« Housa} Benteil, Ucnt» CoUeotcd, t „ „ , . „ Loan» Ke:otll*ed, _ ffsqioswtii jb —