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BY TELEGRAPH. STABBING AFFRAY. By Telegraph to the Gazette. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 7. | Last night John Grayley, a tavern | keeper at Front and Tasker streets, was i out in the hreasl and side during a light i by Thomas Fitzsimmons, who has been arrested. Grayley has been taken to the. liospilal, where his wounds were pro nounced dangerous. A LADY DKUVVNED By telegraph to the Gazette. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 7. About 2.30 oViuck tin» a. m.. Mary Mitch ell, agio 22 yean», residing at No. 193 B*u. crufc Avenue, wu.le eiuiidmg ou the sch uer Magill lying ui the RuU Star wharf, tell oveiboaid and was diowued. S .c had just lelurued from a pleasure trip. KND OF A STRIKE. By Telegraph to the Gazette. Shenandoah, Pa., Aug., 7. At a a meeting of the striking miners and laborers held at Glovers Hill this morning, it was decided to go to work to. morrow morning. This ends 'he strike in the Sehuylkill region. SUICIDE IN PHILADELPHIA. By Telegraph to the Gazette. Phi LA DLL PH I A, 1*3., Aug., 7. Henry Lt w ib, aged 35 y. are, and ir»id mg at 103 j Nectarine client, w, ed las*. evening und locked up in the Mtuinni House, Some lime dining liit night he committed suicide by hanging hi in sell. arrest ~ THE SARATO-JA RACES. By telegraph the Gazette. Saratoga, N. Y. Aug. 7. In the first race, this morning, there were three starters. Chiquita took the lead at the start closely followed by Wash Booth, hut Lady Salyers closed a big gap and won by a length, VA ash Booth second; time, 1:45J. the last quarter The track was in good condition and the attendance large. Four extra races are announced for Thursday. A FATAL FALL. By telegraph to the Gazette. Philadelphia, August 7. Alexander McGovern, 22 years of age, residing at No. 1017 Belgrade street, fell from a tree this A. M., and was almost instantly killed. Weather Kupon INDICATIONS FOIl THIS AFTERNOON. By Telegraph to the Gazette. Washington, Aug. 7—12 M. For the Middle States warmer weather and southwest winds, followed by cooler eatlier, with northwest winds. THE TURKS AT SEA. KKl'OKTED DESTRUCTION MIAN GUNBOATS. By Telegraph to the Gazette. F TW RIJS London, August 7. A despatch from Constantinople says, that in a naval engagement on the fcmleima river, Turkish iron clads attacked seven Russian gunboats and destroyed two of them, Good black tea 35 cent« per pound ; Rood green tea 35 cent., and good mixed 35 cents at Rignej 's, 218 W. 2nd st, 7-5t. 4 harleM npeclit, Weiis Be r Brewery, AND Bottling Establishment. Corner of Seventh and DuPont Sts. Wilmington, Delaware. Private families served dailv with Bottled Lager, Porter. Ale Weiss Beer, sc. Orders left at II. Feldmeier's S. E. corne ot Second and Walnut streets, will receiv prom pt at tentlon. Now is the lime TO BUY YOUR STOVES J AND GET YOUR) Heaters Put in Ordei. 1 have just reduced the price of all Cook ing Parlor and Heating »Stoves to suit the Lard Uines. Oil and •e the prices before you buy, R. MOKRDWOV, ^*r. Thlri< and 8hl|>l«j M , N • Hesiters cheaper than ever. uovinf C i. hush. hah REMOVED TO 2*29, MARKET STrtttT. n. LARGE STOCK OP WATCHES JEWELRY,I AND SILVER WARE 4 . I^oustantly on hand. SfW" REPAIRING promptly attended to inar2n-'75 ice Lream and Fruit. Kyle ine wen Knowi ice cream, confect popular de y , ca kes id this Il iu the ■\v Second slreel mar •l !>• bore he ill dispeiice these luxuries d . With his politeness and c heery in he will serve all ids d do his utino.sl to 1 ife by doing the sq fallow and plc-nlc> with ice ere be lell e northeast comer ol fclxth ho î 1 <g sujiI urba.ii .•I kno 1 h "'S! tonic )i the ü .i'll.' dung to n h He will a! ■ rderscau s Slit! >r ai Ora >gt ELAWARE CARPET HOUHE, 309 MARKET STREET, ABOVE THIRD, WILMINGTON,, DEL The cheapest lace In the olty to buy your D (JAKPLTS | | i OIL CLOTHS _ MATTING8 IAND WINDOW SHADES Henry Greebe 309 MARKET ST. dea jor t N. B_Rag Carpet woven to and lowest markettest notice Dolmans I Dolmans I! A Splendid lot of Ladle« Dolman«. Black Silk! Black Silk! *1 0« A YARD 1 12 A YARD - 1 25 A YARD Ladies and Misses Suits from S2.00 up. Latest Style of Silk Dress Lnùplete at $20 00. Black gros grain Silk Dress ready for use for $25.01). M. L. LICHTENSTEIN, 226 Mai kef Street, • WILMINGTON. GOOD SILK KirpKKB SILK SUPERIOR SILK Fashionable F urmture I J. & J. N HAKMAN •So 410 King Strvel, WILMINGTON, DEL. ipectfully Inform the cill Wilmington, and the iding country that we conti «me to manufacture and keep on hand at our large and long established ware rooms, Furniture of every variety and sty le, consisting of Mahogany Rosewood am* Walnut Furniture suitable for parlor, dinning-room and chamber uses. Our assortment of Furniture Is largerand more varied than can be found In Delaware, and all articles sold at our establishment are warranted as represented. Venillan Blinds of the most fashionable designs made to order and kept constantly on hand. stantlykeepa large assortment ol Spring Hair, Moss and Huak Mattresses. J. & J. N. HARMAN, 410 King street. Wilmington. We res zens of We also manufacture and BOO'iis Aik JJ stiff ES. GMlAT ATTKaCTION! AT THE EAST END Boot & ïshoe Store, S. E. Cor. 9th and Spruce Sts. Call and examine my stock of Gents, La ies, Misses and Childrens hi»ots, shoes and ait«*rs, all of which are selling at prices to uit the times. Custom work a specialty, and done In the best style and moderate rates. Repairing neatly and cheaply done. aug4-ly WM. HOUCK. New Store ! New Goods ! Low Frees ! AFTER ALU AFTER ALL, AFTER ALL The best argument we can offer the people is Lowest Prices for Quality of Goods T his we do offer in every Boot, Shoe or Gaiter we sell for Indies, Gerts, Misses, and Children. We have a full and complete stock for the coming season, which we invite the public to call and examine. LADIES »V l I I C ' f CfD Sri 'P ERS SPECIALTY. Pamaular attention paid to CUSTOM WORK, JOHN K. BABCOCK, Second and Markt t ! pr2t-'x Java Coffee. JAPAN TEA. 100 Bags of Coffee, 50 Chests of Jatjan, Black and Imperial Tea. Wholesale and Retail. THE GREAT Canton and Japan TEA COMPANY, 1 _ TIIEIll RED TEA STORE, No. 3 W. Third Street In 3rd St., only one door from Market AND BRANCH STORE, 1003 MARKET ST. ) one door above Tenth, have and sells the very best on hand TEA AND COFFEE, and is the cheapest place In this city to buy good goods. LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTI! EN1 In the city of Bohemian Glass Vases, Cologne »Sets, Fi i G1 Japanese Trays, and Chromos, GIVEN WITH TEA. Table Sets-, JAM E » CHI F FIS, iiperlntondent. id J' e 6. he iîübn'i Philadelphia freight Line : Second Waarl above Chestnut, Phila. French Street Wharf, Wilmington ^ d .*« : iti. 1 4« !*R 4M *C A DARING FEAT ABOVE NIAGARA FALLS. From Ihr Welland Tribune. On Thursday of last week the tug Minerva, which is engaged in towing mud scows from the W elland Canal to the Niagara river, had proceeped well out into the river just above the falls, with her usual tow of three loaded scows, when the lines holding the last of the three parted, and the scow reeled around and made for the rapids. Jim Hampton was at the wheel, and with great presence of mind he headed his tug for the rapids and made a circuit around the scow, which was now dangerously near the rooks. In the mean time the meu boarded the two remaining scows and dumped them, rendering them easier to handle. When they ap proached near enough the runaway, a man jumped aboard of her, fastened a line, and dumped her. And now came the tug of war. They lay on the very edge of the rapids, when the throttle was thrown wide open, and the tug headed up stream from the cataract. It was nip and tuck, and they were about to cut away part of the tow. when the tug seemed to gain a little on the current, and grad ually emerged into safety with her full tow. A NOBLE WOKK. There aie at tins tune about seventy P . 1 adelpljia children temp .rahly dmuesî « it« d m the ! -rrn ii .uses Hdjoiuiug Kennen. T "-«. viniiora un the chiidieu id die poor ot the hr.se Only glimpse ot this «•ne vise i'his n«'b.e work v.as inaugurated by Mr. E.iza Turinr, ol Chadd's Ford, a lady w lu-se charity and gondn a r e well known. d«d « it v. held« and shaded ta 1 i « or heart In April last »he went to Europe, but a before setting out she made for the eoutinuance ot her deed« ot kindness. The min»*getn»'nt ot the 0"lldr«u'8 Holiday was given to Miss S dlie M'-ndenhal , of Hamortou, who has mjc et-tded in hi.ding home-» tor seventy children iu the households of the neighborhood* These children do not come from among the extremely poor and vicious, bat trom the turn ill» s ot artisans, who, though ab:e to pporl their children, cinuot atfud the luxury of a country vacation. These ehil le, p dite, pleasant and panions rather thru Tneir st iy week to a mouth, and they are ell contented. The nuoinur ex vided by a pontribulion lun«l, reach the extremely p »or und the walls who inhabit the **N ck" aud the coutiaes ol Aiubka street .— Kämet t Adrunce. dieb sre, d nre irksome charges t j their hosts, is from usually hie «I 'IOI18, I JIOWIIA YES'S ARM WAS SA VED BY A HER EL Sl'lUi LO X. At the battles Autietum and Hautti M tan» a colouel was wounded—his arm fear lully 8aulleröd--and he w.is b held by his brothers aud a pnvate soldier. They carried Inn across the country a long 1 toilsome d s ance, ev*»rv step of which us torture to ihe sullerer, u* the hou*»e ol a Tlieu cuiic the with his glitter nd cruel saws, aud made hasty pr-pai&tiouH to amputate the ailing member. 1 he farm that the t oft T e from ;he Maryland Union humer, ub quitous Yankee surge ing kniv vehetneiiliy p-oiesicd, declaring a w >uld die u the was cm surgeon insisted that ihe paient die it the .ml was not tak n ctf, and tue colouel'.- brothers coiucided with the surgeon. But the de^erni'.ued old farmer despatched his sou on his fleetest horse across the daids to Liiw u! the niouu ♦ ig ib >r a country physiciau, and a r»uk rebel. When the r»ved there ensued a iti.'ii with lac Yaukce hewer of lain alter triend and rustic Eaculapius loug c boucs • ihe . ulLrer, bu the result w» that the a weeks ol c »relui uurniug lus colonylgulluped otT to join h »3 regiment, a com par .lively sound man. He au b tqusntly became Gov ernor ot Oaio, and now li'ls the Presiden tial chair .—Philadelphia Bulletin, saved, and af THE DARWINIAN FAMILY. Exchange, Mr. Darwin's life is a comfortable one—be has never to flght poveity and has uad plenty of leisure iu whicu to follow bis chosen studies. He riedbiscousiu Miss E.uma Wedgewood and they liveie the lovely couuty Kent. Mr. Darwin's eldest son, Mr. Wi liam Datwin is a hanker at South ampton the second George look hon ors at Cambridge aud is now a fellow of Trluity the third Frank, who has inherited his fathers iil-health acts Dis seen t try the tout in, Leouaid is officer in the aitillery and distinguish ed himself ; mar of as out ol the sciciiutic corj s seul to oi.iei vc ihe liausii of Yeuus the tilth Horace mathematician. Oue married utiniirried daughter complete a family whose coustaLt care is to relieve iis head ol all possible trouble excelled auu oue r auxie* ty. Jilted K. rk M From the New Haven Palladi A rather novel breach of promise suit has just been begun before tile Superior Court for Windham county. David L. Kock, a sturdy young man of Wauregau, two years ago began to pay his addresses to a bright, black haired, black eyed girl by the name of Agnes Greenea. The »wain bought little presents lyid paid bis sweetheart the most undivided attention, but Agnes didn't think enough of David to become his partner for life, and plain ly told him so. David didn't like the "mitteu ' a hit, hut watched every op portunity to enjoy the company of Ag ues. About three month ago .lohn La Rose appeared on the scene, and his at tentions to Agnes were reciprocated aud alter a short courtship they were marri ed. After the knot was tied, all the chances ol David Rock were goue, and he now brings a suit for $2U0 damages against the girl and her husband. for DnmBgep. Gt al llill of Georgia, has ju t hurled ar el.urge I, ; to pi»c hib 1 is pr. puiiug a t >mn lemaiiis, hearing ollowiug uisciiptiou : "Albeit Sidney Johnson, a noble, gallant, iai.ulul aim ti iiorse, alter iieariug iiis rider u. J Hill, throi oen iijo ihre« se i hen St'l the atu. loi ty-aiveil battit u wounds, and Sur later, »»»«g irh My year» t»l ust-lu dhd July 21, 1H77, i the t Mity-lourib hgc. H, . William Walsh, member of Con ! sixth district of Marvland announces that he has at ins disposal the nninination to a cadetship at West ]>oint Military Academy, and that lie will dis pose of it by iin.ans of a competitive ation, to be held probably i n S» temher. Due notice will he give time and place of the exaiui L'li v lor the P »1 the UtlOii. Turkey has failed to pay for u.l the American rifles ordered, oiif fortuu&'elv they have not been shipped, and they uau soou be disposed of. A MAGNANIMOUS WIFE. Patrick Walsh and his wife Mary, says the New York Times, have been married sixteen years without being blessed with any children. A bout two veers ago the discontented Patrick became enamored of Ellen McCann, and his advances toward her were reciprocated. The result that Ellen presented Patrick with a baby, and Judge Duffy about fifteen months ago ordered him to pay the mother $3 a week the child's support. The money was paid for some time, but Patrick's wife magnanimouly con sented to adopt the baby, and Ellen gave her consent thereto. She;how ever, subsequently regrtted her ac tion, and has since annoyed the Wul shes, endeavoring to obtain possesiion of the child. Yesterday, in the Judge Mogan warned Ellen not to annoy the Walshes in the future,and refused to give her the,custody of the child. wins HOW ENGLISH GILS BEHAVE The Diversions of English fashion able society are various and some of fhem During Ascot week a charming party were assembled in the neighborhood of the great race meet ing. Among the number was a young lady whose prowess across country is proverahle. The weather being bon some of the the ladies appeared at breakfast iu demitoilette,and after the meal strolled about the lawn. VI vu The heroine of this anecdote ou nearing some ornamental water took a Hying header into itand swam a bout until ihe had had enough, when she landed and challanged a well known sportsman to a race. DRUG STORES. The Rest Quality of MEDICINES, AT WILLIAMS' The Most Kri.iaklk Pkopkietaky Medicines. At Ninth and Market. Choice PERFUMERY COLOGNES, Ac., AT WILLIAMS' A fine assortment of HAIR, TOOTH, and NAIL BRUSHES, At Ninth and Market. A Glass of ICE COLD ARCTIC SODA WATER. AT WILLIAMS Choice F L A VORING EXTRACTS,Htrong and Pure, At Ninth and Market. A Good KEY WEST or DOMESTIC CIGAR, AT WILLIAMS* Fine AMERICAN A IMPORTED Soaps, At Ninth and Market. "Get th»* best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA C EU USD EN T I F R IC E. AT WILLIAMS* Choice Goods, Arm men hi dixpensiny, and R>•<mo nable Prives. WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORK, Corner N.nth and Market. SEASONABLE ! Ah housekeepers arepiaclng away FURS and WOOLKN.S. it is iinuor them jrrotected from MOTHS tant to have by using GUM CAMPHOR ) Which, being volatile. Its odor permeates the entire mass or bundle of goods, soon dissipated when they are again open ed ; or, Genuine PERSIAN INSECT Powder, d Is Which, of late years, has been successful ly used for ihe also an excellent art of small (red ) Roaches, Bed Bues. Fleas cats, Lice on poultry,« ed by means of the P •»purpose, and which is rtfcle for the destruction etc. It is best appli •der HI He, thereby stifling Insect life by producing more dust. G'eutuorih's Boacli l xiermiuator We have found, from several years'ex perieuce. to beüie moau dformly sa Ms lap' tory and «iffleient urticle for destroying Roaches, Mice, Ac. Pl'LVKKI/.ED BORAX Is also suecdssfully used by many house keepers for driving away Roaches and Ants. CARBOLIC ACII> destroys all the lower order of plunts and animals; is cheap and effective,but leaves a disagreeable odor (to many people) quite persistent. CORROSIVE S> IB LI!* ATE, An active poison (to he used ited for use furniture, and along the edge of carpets, in solution. rith great bedsteads and e), best ife^A 11 the above articles for sale at sonahle prices, and lnldriuiitioiif r»»a icerning their use and nature cheerfully given by 7. JAMES BELT, Successor to E. Bringhurst A (Jo., Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Corner Sixth anil Market streets. DR. N H X RIN4J Fit'S DRUG STORE, N- V- 'je- 3 I jt ,âîi n jtji St an 7d6m Wilmington, Del CARD. The underslgueil successor to and In the late lir a parl .... I , of E. B'lnghurst & oo. wliolesale and Retail Druggists, wilt con tinue the business ui the old stand and while returning Ids sincere thanks that the previous efforts of the firm have met with such gratifying appreciation, will with the ai»l ol a lull corps of competent and skill full assistants, who have had a practical training in this establishment In their perience respect! vely, of from five to ten years euch and three of whom are Gratin, at eso] the Phüatlelphia (JoUeye ot Pharmacy , endeavor by faithful and careful attention o the highly responsible duties of the Apothecary in his maniloid dealings with life und health, to merit and receive the lib eral patronage so long extended to this house Z. JAMES BELT, Apothecary c.Vtf Cor Sixth aud Market streets ex 407 MARKET ST. 407 UKN.I. ». CLAHK, A fulf assortment ol UK's, SUPERIOR CL< WATCHES, id SPECTACLES, JEWELRY Con>tuntly on hand est market rates, attention given sale tin . '• Partleular and p to Repairing any ur; tides i the abov ■ A H ie on merit of sp and sole age nt Diamond Spectacles. *t ! ** consta hand ue Celeorated ma M3 HAIVHOAOA. P HILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON A BALTIMORE RAIL ROAD. June loth, 1S77. Trains will leave Wilmington as follows or Philadelphia and Intermediate mutions, 6.40,4.55, 8.10, 0.00, 10.0) a. in. 2.30, 4.30,7,20, 0.46 p. 111. Ptaila. and New York, 2.22, 9,47,a. m. 12.37, 12.40 , 5.46, p. ni. ball.. 8.30 a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 1,06, 8,39 a.in. 12.54, 12,59, ,09. 9.55 p. in. Trains for Delaware Division, leave for: New Castle, 5.00,6.20. 9.30, a. ui. 1.30, 6.30, p. m. Harrington and Intermediate Stations,5.00, 9.3o. a. m. 6.30 p. in. Delmar and Intermediate Stations, 5.00, .30, a. and Intermediate Stations, SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations, 10, a. in. 5.00. 6.30, p. in. Philadelphia and New York, 2.22 Baltimore and WashiKgton, 1,06 a.in. For further In format iou passengers are referred to the time tables posted at the depot. H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. a. m. fJIHE ARTIZANS SAVINGS BANK. 502 MARKET STREET, Incorporated January 23d, 1861. Open to receive deposits dally from 9 A M. until 4 1*. M., ami on Tuesduy and Sat urday evenings fr SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, 7 to 8 o'clock. been regularly paid on of six per cent., dei>osits, since theorganlzationof the Bank, and it Is the expectation of the Managers, that this rated dividends will be continued. When dividends are not withdrawn, they are accounted deposits compound their Interest each year. leposlts. Thu* permanenl Ice in MANAGERS. Clement B. Smyth, I George W. Bush, Chas. W. Howland, George S. Capelle, Nathah'l K. Benson, | M. L. Llehensleln, Henry F. Dure, E. M. Stonsenberg, William M. Field. Edward Darlington, Job H. Jack*on, Win. H. Hwirt, Anthony Higgins. GEO. W. BUSH, Piosldent. GKO. S. CAPELLE, Vice President. K. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer. feb21.lv IRST NATIONAL BANK F UK WILMINGTON. Repository op tiik Public Moneys and FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNI TED STATES. EDWARD BETTS .PRESIDENT. GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier Paid up Philadelphia and New York Exchange fur uished to regular Depositors without charge. 9000,006. Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, at lu A. M. DIRECTORS. Clement B. Smyth, Israel Pusey, Henry S. McComb, Daniel James, George W. Bush, Ell Garrett. Ham'! Bancroft, Jr., William Tat.null. ma r28 Edward Belts. HE NEW CASTLE COUNTY T MUTUAL insurance Company, NO. 602 MARKET STREET, jysUKES AGAfVi T FIRE HOUSES AND ALL OTHER BUILD INGN, WITH THEIR CONTENTS, periods of time varying from three ills to a term o years. MANAGERS. For mont William Tatnall, I William Canby, James Bradford, Geo. Richardson. George C. Maris, | John Jones Chas. W. Howland, | Clement B. Smyth, Edward Bringhurst, j James Riddle, Edward T. Belluh, A. I*. Shannon, Ashton Richardson, George H. Bates. M. M. Cleaver. WM. TATNALL, President. SAM'L SMITH.Sec'v. feblO Wm. O'CONNOR, Merchant Tailor HAS REMOVEo »U -Î. West Third fttrert, (One <ioor trom Market. ! And has laid na Splendid Assortment o Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings »•'OK KPRIMJ 4M» NINNLK, ^ hich he will make up at prices to ne times. 1 'antA* a Specialty. * ebl*tf n. r. i/im/uon, 'cuaia <S(ùéc/ianï 'S/ae/ei, Sfo. ô C é>aà/ 3(/ Oh et/, jf/e/menyfonj TOO. A flue assortment of foreign aud domes tic piece goods, »"None but first-class workmen loyed. feb377dly ein JOHN L. Mr'XONK, PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS DELAWARE AVENUE A MADISON STS.. WILMINGTON. DEL. Constantly on nano an assortment ot the best marble ot the different kinds which he is preparedI to work up Into Monuments, Head and Foot Stones, Steps, Mantels House Work in general. Having along"*! E ence in tile business he Hatters hlmsel he can give entire satisfaction to al wnomay favor him with their patronage The public are invited to call and inspec his work and learn his prices. nov27-'7«-u Still 1 »:r Enterprise Coal. H AVE Just rccei ebraU*»! coal which 1 oiler 'd cargo of this •1 fresh from the mine, the loi low i nu LOW PRICES FOR CASH i and Ege. *4 Broket Move and small -, s4,50 per ton. I RANK 11. (I, AVI UN Ijrung,; ami Water (Successor to Joseph Font , ur2«-ly. Stove, S4 1 N LACK the in B i.',' i? 11 V ^E-S.-Dlrecl from a lull line of Black Cash j*, *1.9«), ä 1.1*2 w l.Ni. 1 hes^* desirable fabrics are at lower ru es than we have offered for years, and we recommend them for color arid durabi] „ W. B. SHARP, fourth and Market Sts Uy SEW AOVlCHTlSBAtt^. 3 m v l'h«w T#rrll»le|Hra«l ach #** by ohstruetod secretions, ami tn ■ la.lles are especially subject. , an i,.** relieved . and their recurrent „r,."!*? 1 the use of Tarkant's F.fkVrvmÜ Nf.ltzkk Afkhient. Procurable.' drug stores. r 1 *66 a week in your own town. t*. and *5 outfit free. H H \I I rr» CO.. Portland, Mains. ' O K Extra Flit® Mixed * f name, to cts., post-paid t i'nvl A CO., Nassau. N. Y. J0X I ONLY FIVE DOLLAI FOR AN ACRE, Of the BEST LAND In AMERir« the GREAT UNION PACIFIC RAlLRo'o A FARM For $2 easy jtayiuen's with low r ,r ' '* '"'wJ SECURE it A'()\ Full information sent free, a Mr«?.« O. F DAVIS, Ijumt ai I. I . IV n. K. . O»! MU, $5tO$20^r»&^ Co., Porlluud. Maine. $55 i $77 FREE. *k to Agfllts. P. O. VlcKU Augusta, Maine. n du)' at home. Agents wanN. m and terms free. TR U h. & L o. gu*.lu, Maine. $12 N. f. BHENHAM'S ' 1874 WATER - WHEE Is declared the " STAXIMIII) if •tl NE,'' by over 050 persons wi,«»u-»:: Pr!«*®« rediicrtl. New pamphleUret F. BURNHAM, York, Pa. CENTENNIAL GRAM I) im AND GOLD MEDAL California Fruit Drier. Driers furnished to cure from on» twenty thousand pounds per day Ere basket of Peaches is worth 50 centsi this Drier .«« stamp for circular to G EO. A DFITZ C'hainber'burç •hard by drying them " UMNK VlVUM EX OB')." 1 IEÂLTH, Tone. VIGO] LONG LIFE AND HAPPINESS. The Monk's Legacy or Vital Re-tontr will strengthen the nerves, prevent all ol the physieul forces, build up and re to vigor the most shattered coiistitu and positively cures Impotency andtl ments of the url ry organs, eitheracq constitutional. By mall, nfiee? Address J. rOKTEIt STANLEY ,t i Manufacturing Chemists. CnT Broome N. Y. Send for circular. ♦Hi augT-di NEW Books As soon New Magazines, „ Newspapers, (Daily and Week. y . Biank Book». »Stationery, Gum« iblished. All lut« Aim a very large assortment of sf-to both lor ornament and use. at fc. s. K,. BUTLER'S» 420 MARKET STREET WILMINGTON, Dll a 3 r D H. KENT A C(J., Importers and Manufacturer'sA*«tf IRON, IRON, STEEL, STEEL, HARDWA« HARDWARE, AND COACH MATERIAL. Have trie Largest Stock öfüooi»» 1 State In their line, and best asNorteH?* 4 in the United Stat.js. NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY A®* AMi 212 loan GE BTREETS, Wilmington, !*■ W Ml. S. WATr. No. 1009 Market Slreel S *IX T MDEH. STEAM A IY!« FITTER materials in my line o bu0' n ' M( ' band. jtantly ngton. A»ia. 21. 6 « w O B Ei. 4 O TUE HATTEBi o O East Third Street, Wil»uiii£l i) ». PIA »'* 1 m\us. For StiDO -V Uivvvm oiuii.vs ■J For « If! nml U,,vv«u for CASn on instalments a ' ROBELIN & BRO'.S WARE 301 mayl7'73(UP .STAIRS -M G EO. W. BT'HH A SON guarantee their Siu'uan«loali 4 oi»l i" entirely u.tm,a, in y to U.ea Ihe nut Is extra iargesize. '