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BflUl* AMD SHOES.
GREAT .ATTHACTnTNl AT fHl EAST END Boot & Shoe Store, S. E. Cor. 9th and Spruce Sts. Call and examine my sloe a. of Gents, lid -1 le«, Misse« and Children« boot«, shoe« and | alte«, all of jrhlch are selling at price* lo ult the times. Custom work a specialty, and done In the best style and moderate rate«. Repairing neatly and cheaply done. aug4-ly WM. HOUCK. New Store ! New Goods l Low Prces ! AFTER ALL. AFTER ALL, AFTER ALL The beet Argument we can offer the people u Lowest Price« for quality or Good« This we do offer in every Boot, Shoe or Gaiter we ««11 for Ladies, Gent», Misse«, and Children, We have a full and complete stock for the coming season, which we Invite the publie to call and examine. LA.DUSS dT if C 4 .U » -»ut/pa** SPECIALTY. Particular attention paid lo CUSTOM WORK, JOHN K. BABCOCK, Second a nd Market I or24-*m W- CRAWFORD & Co-, 57 Carter Lane, ST. PAUL'S, EXGLAND, E. C. Beg to state that they are open for any commercial transactions a« to consign ment«, for granting Drafts and presenting commercial bills for acceptance and pay ment, for buying English Goo Is at a very small commission and forwarding goods to any place in Eng and or the Continent. We beg to draw your,attention to a very important English Invention we have on hand, viz : WOOLLEN BLANKETS OR COVER INGS, OF I. ARGE 8IZE8, COMBIN ED WITH AN AIR PILLOW. It will be found most necessary and use ful for Military Men, Travellers, Invalids, for use In Hospitals, <*e., Ac., possessing amongst other* the following ail vantages : It is the finest substitute for a Bed. The pillow can be raised any time with the greatest ease. It will pact up in a very small compass, and can be carried about without any in convenience. PRICE FROM 15«. TO 35*. EACH. lowered at When ordering the above article, please remit the amount of your order to jy5-3taw6m w . CRAWFORD & CO. ©SsÈ- BOSTON 99 CENT STORE Which is filled with a laige variety of use ful Family Articles, Gold and Silver plated ware, comir~n Table Cutlery, Brackets. Hats, Mats, uinbrella«, Album«, Castors, Lamps. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear Bgd Spread*, Table cover« and Cloths', Children's Chairs, Wagon* and Carts, for 09 Cent« Each: Call and see. sm oor. rciGHTH * market sts. Wii-mingtow, Del,. NEWHALL A PHELPS Jnyllaw COLE T H|H CABINET SHIRT! Gentlemen ln need of a well-made per feet fitting Shirt will do well to call' and try one of our Cabinet Shirts, We have disposed of a great many, and have given universal satisfaction. Popular Price, « 1 .S 5 . We have also Undershirt*. Drawer» Col iars, Cuffs, Hosiery, Neckwear. Suspend ers, all kinds of Gloves, and a full assort ment of Men's Furnishing Goods, at prfoes which we guarantee to be as low be found elsewhere. W. B. COLE, Cheap Men s Furnishing Store, €. W. IfOR.Y. Late of J. Merrick A Co. Carriage Manufactory. 103 WALNUT STREET Wfl.WlN.I Dsn. One Square above P., W. & B. R. R. Depot Theaubscribor having purchased mo large «hop and warerooms located as above, would Inform the public that he has every facility for manufacturing Light and Heavy Carriage* of every description. In the liest manner, and can offer Inducements to pur 'baner* superior to any lirst-elaas estahfld - ment in the city. Our work all inadein the «hop, out nf the best material, and itndoi mediate superintendence, and we are therefore confident tha will give sat isfaction. %jr I all and our mine , . r stock of car -tagf's before purchasing elsewhere. _ O. « JOHN, R. P. TAWREiEY & BrIO., Sc Trunk '1 A Xü FACTURIERS, 407 King Street, Wilhihotom, Dki_ Where they intend keeping on hand a full aesortmentof Hamesa, nad.lles, Bridle. Ool !are, Whips, Blankets, Ely Nets, Combs Brushes, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Valises Shawl Straps, and everything generally keu In their line of business, all of which iviii he maile of the Best Material, and guaranteed give satiA.action. Single and Double Har ness made to order in the best rs solicited llni'ness No. « ' 1315 Chestnut St, PhiJ AND 334 Bowory New York TRIUMPH Are curing rupture in from 30 to90 days, and offer *1,000 for a Ruptuit they cannot cur#». Mrs. c. a. M. Burnham, A. Wî •» M. D.» of 22 years' expurleooe, i* in charge of the Ladies* Department. The Triumph Truss lias been awarded the dal at all the fair* where it has been ex hibited. Examination* free, y mall or express. Kami ten cent« for his >ew Uonk. at either office. Orner seul 9IAPLEWOOt> I.\H1r'FU 1 J£, ONCORDVILLE, DELAWARE CO Pa„ Boys *4.30 per w.-ek, GirL. * 4.00 par *d lor V aleor Harvard College 8EPH 8HORTL1DGE. A. M.. Principal. C Boyei JO ( oil wiy Dolmans! Dôïmansl Î A Splendid let of Ladle, Delmans. Black Silk! Black Silk! •lu« A YARD 1 12 A YARD - 128 A YARD GOOD BILK SUPERB SILK 8UPERIOR81LK -1 | Stvlô of Silk DfCaS f , , v aa L/OiliplGt© &t îpISlMAj. . . 0 . n ^ Black gros gram Silk Dress ready for use for $25.00. Ladies and Misses Suits from $2.00 up. M. L. LICHTENSTEIN, 226 Market Street, WILMINGTON. COLD Great cnanoeto If you can't get gold you can get greenbacks. We need a per* .son in every town to take eub* st and best the world. »Ke money. script Ions for the largest, cheapo illustrated family pu »lication ln Any one oan beoome a successful agent.— The most elegant work* of art given free subscribers. Tho price Is so low that i most everybody subscribe*. One agent re ting over ft 150 In a week. A lady agent reports taking over 4<*0 subscribers in ten days. All who engage make money fast. You can devote all your time to the business, or only your «pare time. You need not be away from home over night— can do it as well as others. Full par ticulars, directions and term« fre°. Elegant and expensive outfit free. If you want prof your address ut ©.»ce. It costs nothing to try the business. No one Ad Hl ports j 1 table work se*sd who engages fulls to m ike great pay. dress "The People's Journal," Portland Maine. auiiJLiflm* Q I. iiiJoil. HAS REaMOVEDTO 220 MARKET STREET. a LARGE HTOCK OF WATCHE8 JEWELRY, AND SILVER WARE ''nnstantly on hand. REPAIRING promptly attended to inar2.v-'75 ELAWARE CARPET HOUSE, 303 MARKET STREET, ABOVE THIRD, WILMTNGTON, DEL The cheapest lace in the city to buy your D (JAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS MATTINGS AND WINDOW SHADES Henry Greobe 309 MARKET ST. N. B—Kag Carpet woven to and lowest market te«t notice des ter t Fashionable Furniture I J. & J. N- HARMAN. No 410 King «(reel, WILMINGTON, DEL. S We respectfully Inform the clti eens of Wilmington, and the sur rounding country that we continue to manufacture and keep ou hand at our large and long established rooms, Furniture of every variety and style, consisting of Mahogany Rosewood and Walnut Furniture suitable for parlor, dinning-room and chamber uses. Our assortment of Furniture is larger and more varied than can be found In Delaware, and all articles sold at our establishment are warranted a* represented. Venilian Blinds of the most fashionable designs made to order and kept constantly on hand. We also manufacture and con stant'- keep a large assortment, ol Spring H;ur, Moss and Husk Mattresse*. J. A J. N. HARMAN, 410 King street, Wilmington. Now is the Time to Buy CME AI» Baby Carriages. SPLENDID CARRIAGES FOR S7.00, $8.00 AND $9.00. -AT ADAMS & BROTHERS' Great Variety, MARKET STREET WILMINGTON. d06 500 Kalsomine vs, Whitewash. Kalsominers and housekeepers wno nav or years back been troubled by the pe Ing of the whitewashed walls, can over come this by the new process with the pow dered Kalsoml ne prepared in the fasluonu cl ebhades and lints. Mixed with water It can be applied by any person with an ordi nary brush. Sample cards of the shades can be adh from lue agent for this Stale, JAM*:* H K A 1 ) FOR I>, NOH. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET WILMINGTON, DEL on27tf. Now is the Time TO BUY YOUR STOV ES ? AND GET YOUR] Heaters Put in Ordei. I have just reduced tho price of all Cook ing, Parlor aiul Heating Stoves to suit the hard times. Call and see the prices before you buy, K. MOUKIflMn, r«r. Thlr* ami Nlilpley M N. II.—Healers cheaper Ilian ever. nov9tf ^ RUSH'S Philadelphia Freight line Second Whari above Chestnut, Philo. French Street Wharf, Wilmington p i ) Vi • i . l \ PBB801TXL' j ÂVŒS& SSSW* 0 " I Ex-Secretary of War W. W. Belknap, of Iowa, is «tupping at the (lonttnental Kate Kleid ha« been elected a member of the Dramatic Authors' Society of Lon don. Poor Ben de Bar is no better and can not last long. He now recognizee very few of his old friends. Secretary Thompson has acoepted the invitation to address the Piedmont Ag ricultural Society at Culpepper,|Va., in Ootober. Jams* Smith, who was discharged from the Massachusetts State prison last week is 87 years old, and lirst entered the pris on fifty years ago. The Commander ou the Texas border, Gen. Old, reports to the War Depart ment that one of his officers took a mili tary force a "few miles into Mexico," surrounded n thieving ranch, seized five American horses, and returned with them to this side of the Hue, without fir lug a shot. It is dangerous business,thi«. The fight which was liable to take place on Mexican soil might have been th„ opening of annoying and costly war. In which the Fraudulent Administration would expect to raise the large army that Gen. Sherman is anxious to com mand.—,Y. >*. dun. Dangers ov Friendship.— During the reign of Catherine II. of Russia there was resident in St. Petersburg a foreign banker named Sudcrland. On a certain morning a detach ment of police surrounded his house and he was informed that her "most gracious" Majesty had directed a most foarful punishment to be im posed upon him—no less than that he should be stuffed! How the pro cess was to be accomplished was not clear, but the terrible order was there. When it was given the officer had ventured to remonstrate, but was told it was his duty to execute orders, not to comment upon them. There seemed no way out of the horrible dilemma, till one official mustered courage to obtaiu an inter view with the Empress. It then ap peared that the banker had presented a beautiful dog to Cathermejthat the dog had died. It was the dog's skin which was to be "stuffed " and not the man's. The moral would seem to he that it is a dangerous compli ment to have a dog named after you. Absurdly as the story reads it is also an illustration of tha inconven ience of positive rule and implicit obedience. 407 MARKET ST. 407 BENJ. 8. CLARK, A Bill assortment or SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCHES ,J JEWELRY and SPECTACLES, Constantly on hand and for sale at the low est market rates. Particular and personal attention given to Repairing any articles ln the above line. A fine assortment of Spectacles constantr hand.and sole agent for the Celebrated Diamond Spectacles. arlö Charles npeclit, Wei?s .Bezr Brewery, AND Bottling Establishment Corner of Seventh and DuPont Sts. Wilmington, Delaware. Private families served daily with Bottled Lager, Porter. Ale Weiss Beer, ac. Orders left at H. Keldmeter'« 8. E. com ® of 8enond ami Waluut streets, will recelv prompt attention. KPECIAL KUTICE. THE PLACE TO GET TRIMMINGS, GAU8E MERINO UNDERWEAR, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions. ZEPHYRS, RUFFLIN08. TIE8, Ere., IS AT Mrs. Needs' Old stand 417 MARKET STREET. apr25-3mdw. CARRIAGES PERSONS WANTING Fine Carriage«, Can be accommodated at N. E. Cov. 2d & French sts, WILMINGTON, DEL. As they manufacture nothing but First-class Work, ABD SELL IT LOW, AH work guaranteed to give satisfaction. W. HAMMOND SfEW YORR DENTAL ROOMS, 1132 ^Viue Street, PHIliAOKbPHIA Beautiful Artificial Teeth 3.00, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00 PER SET. < Silver Fillings! 50c. Gold $1,00 NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS Operators Employed. SO CHARGE MADE FOR EXTRACTING WHEN NEW TEETH ARE ORDERED i : bawl I _ WH» BTQMB B. The Best Quality of MEDICINES, AT WILLIAMS' The Most Siuabui Proprietary Mrdicinbs, At Ninth and Market. Choice PERFUMERY COLOGNES, Ac., AT WILLIAMS' A line assortment of HAIR TOOTH, and NAILBRUSHES, At Ninth and Market. A Glass of ICE COLD ARCTIC SODA WATER, AT WILLIAMS' Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS,Strong and Pure, At Kloth and Market. A Good KEY WEST or DOMESTIC CIGAR, AT WILLIAMS' Fine AMERICAN A IMPORTED Soaps, At Ninth and Market. "Get the best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA CEOUS DENTIFRICE. AT WILLIAMS' vftoice Goods, Accuracy in di*i>en*ing , and Reasonable prises. WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE, Corner Ninth and Market. SEASONABLE! As housekeepers areplacing away FURS and WOOLENS, It Is important to have them protected from MOTHS by using GUM CAMPHOR, Which, being volatile. Its odor permeates bundle of goods, and is the entire mass soon dissipated when they are again open ed ; or, Genuine PERSIAN INSECT Powder, Which, of late years, has been successful ly used for the same purpose, and which 1« also an excellent article for tho destruction of small (rod) Roaches, Bed Bugs, Fleas on cats, Lice on poultry, etc. it Is liest appli ed by means of tho Powder Rifle, thereby stilling insect life by producing more dust. Glenlworih's Koacli nuerniinator We have found, from several years' ex perience, to ho the mosiu dforinlv saMsfac lory and efficient article for destroying Roaches, Mice, Ac. PULVERIZED BORAX i by many house keepers for driving awày Roar lie* and Ants. Is also successfully CARBOLIC ACID destroys all the lower order of plants and animals; is cie-ap and effocii ve. hut leave* a disagreeable odor (to many people) quite persistent. COHttOSIVR SUBLIMATE, An active poison (to b 2 used with great care), best suited for use on bedsteads ami r urnlture, and along the edge of carpets, in solution, * tar All the above articles for sale at rea sonable prices, and Informat ion concerning their use and nature cheerfully gi veil by Z. JAMES BELT. Successor to K. Brlngbur«t A Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Corner Sixth and Mar «et streets. im. NHADINUEITN DRUG STORE, <• Cjr- 3i k Wishinjtoi St Wilmington, Del an7d6m CARD. The undersigned successor to and a part ner ln the late firm of E. B'inghurst A o'«>. •a holesale and Retail Druggists, will con tinue the business at the old stand, and while returning his sincere thanks that the previous efforts of the firm have met with such aid o gratifying appreciation, will, with the f a full corps of competent and skill full assistants, who have bad a practical training in this establishment In their ex perience respectively, of from five to ten year* each and three of whom are Gradu ate* of the PhitouUljthia CbUeyc of Pharmacy. endeavor bv faithful and careful attention highly responsible duties of the Apothecary in his manifold deal lugs with life and health, to merit and receive the lib patronage so long extended.to thl Z. JAMES BELT, Apothecary, c5-tf Cor Sixth and Market Streets o the house Java Coffee. JAPAN TEA. 100 Bags of Coflee, 50 Chests of Janan, Black and Imperial Tea. Wholesale and Retail. THE GREAT Canton and Japan TEA COMPANY, THEIR RED TEA STORE, No. 3 W. Third Street, A* la 3rd St., only one door Jrom Market AND BRANCH STORE, 1003 MARKET ST. one door above Tenth, have and sei In the very best now on hand TEA AftD COFFEE, and is the cheapest place in this city to buy good good*. LARGEST A XI) REST AfWORTME7V7 in the city of Bohemian Glass Vases, Cologne Beta, Fine Glass Table Set*, Japaneae Trays, and Chromos, GIVEN WITH TEA, JAMES CJRTPriX, June fi. nperlntendent. for reist. Brick Hotel in Easton That Valuable Property and Desirable Stand, known as "The Brick li.li.i .. r ? Mt for tlH! y«Hr ills. ' 1 « 1 8 iar K ett, »d commodious and in first-rate repair. It contains 3u ,»52 rooms—ha« fine stable* attach«! W dd Persons desiring to rent i Inspect the premise* and wilh tlie *ubscrlb» r . requested to communicate 8AM. HAMBLETON, Fd.--« Md. jy20-wlm MAUMBABB. ■ ; |r.1 -r——1-r——- i r— P hiladelphia, wilmingtoh * BALTIMORE RAIL ROAD. 'I Job* loth, Wni f A Train« will leave Wilmington u follow« or Philadelphia and Intermediate Station«, 6.40,e.M, too, 9.00, 10.0, a. m. 2.30, 430,T,20, 9.46 p. m. Ptilla. and New York, 2.22, 9,47,Am. 1237, 12.40, A.46, p. m. Baltimore and Intermediate Station«, 8.33 a. m. Balllm-ve and Waahlngton, 1,0«, 830a.m. 1234, 12,00, ',08 , 0,50 P. J». . Train« for Delaware Division, leave for: New Oaatle, 6 . 00 ,8.20. 930, a. m. 1.80,8.30, ^Harringtonand Intermediate Stations AQ*, 9.^0. a. m. 0.30 p. m. Del mar and Intermediate Stations, 0.00, .30, a. m SUNDAY TRAIN« la and Intermediate Station*, Phi ladelph ,10, a. in. 0.00.6.30, p. m., Philadelphia and New York, 2.22 a. m. Baltimore and Washington, 1,06 a.m. For further Information pftHsengei* are referred to the time table« posted at the lepot. H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. milK AUTIZANH SAVINGS BANK. 602 MARKET STREET, Iwoorporatkd January 23d, 18*1. Open lo receive deposit* dally from 9 A M. until 4 F. M., and on Tuesday and Sat urday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, oI six per com., nas t»een regularly paid on leposlts, since the organization of the Rank, ami it Is the expectation of the Manager«» that this rate oT dividends will be continued. When dividends are not withdrawn, they •ire accounted as deposits. Thus permanent ieposits compound their each year. Interest twice lu MANAGER«. George W. Bush, George H. Capelle, Clement B. Smyth, Chas. W. Howland, Nathan'! K. Benson, | M. L. Lichensleln, Henry F. Dure, Edward Darlington, E. M. Stonsenberg, Job 11. JackHon, William M. Field, | Wm. H. BwMl, Anthony Higgins. GKO. W. BUSH, President. GEO. 8. CAPELLE, Vice President. K. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer, feb '21 lv IKHT NATIONAL BANK I' 1 OK WILMINGTON. Repository op the Public Moneys and FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNI TED STATES. EDWARD BETTS, President. GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier Paid up Capital, Philadelphia and New York Exchange fur Qishod to regular Depositor* without charge. «500,000» Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, at 10 A. M. DIRECTORS. Clement B. Smyth, Israel Puséy, Henry H. MeCorab, Daniel Jaunen, George W. Bush, Ell Garrett, SamM Bancroft, Jr.. William Tain»»ll, mar20 Edward Betts. IJIHE NEW CASTLE COUNTY MUTUAL Insurance Company, NO. 602 jraKKF.T STREET. INSURES AG- A /.Vs « FtRE houses and all other build INUS, WITH THEIR CONTENTS, For periods of time varying from month* to a term o year*. MANAGERS. three William Tatnall, William Canby, lames Bradford, Geo. Richardson, George C. Marls, John Jones Chas. W. Howland, Clement B. Smyth, Edward Brlnghurst, James Riddle, Ed want T. Bellah, A. P. Shannon, Ashton Richardson, George H. Bate*, M. M. Cleaver. WM. TATNALL, President. RAM'L SMITH,Sec'T. feblfl Wm. O'CONNOR, Merchant Tailor HAS REMOVED *• -• West Third Street, (One door from Market,) And has laJd n a Splendid Assortment o cloths, Cassimcres and Vestings F€»K NPRINO AN» NUMMER, lYhich he will make up at prices to sul •a Mmes. Vniita a Specialty. * eb1«t» effien-aia won, rsf/elc/tant S^o. â c fatu/ 3 c/ dföieeJ, w umenpfon, A fine assortment of foreign and domes uc piece good*. SOT None but flrst-ela«* workmen loyod. n ern fefimd ly >1 oil IN L. MALONE, PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS dkla h Ware avenue a madibon HI'S., WILMINGTON. DEL. Constantly on nanti an assortment nt th* beat marble of the differ -..1 kin" wh^chhe kSäHäsII 5 «rs.*i 7 r!=!."j! 3 £?si s* ,iïwt .".ï'.ff™« biHwork and learn bispHces! Still Another Reduction! Enterprise Coal. n W TjOW PRICES FOR CAHW. Broken and Eeir «4 aT, AMI v r u ap« k I). CLAYTON Æ«™ tn Joa r apUFou d t,) W ' lt8r ' ,tro0 "' warecommend th em »ndd lajpbil 'rlh and Market s'u SKW AIiyMHT Ulfjtl ¥ Th««' T«rrtM4Bniliuw. r y obstructed secretion» Zf? ladles are erpcclally subject .... relieved, and their recurrence?»* the u«e of .Tarrant's EriS Ski.T7.RU Apkiiiknt Pmrnïïr drug »tores. r «ur*n e a ln y° ur owrTu^T^ rpUU and M outfit free H ttlii. CO.. Portland, Maine. ' ,ttALL * O K Extra Kin. MI^TTrr td ft name, to cl*., post-Millu A 00.. Nassau. N. Y. P ONLY FIVE DOL FOR AN ACRE, Of tho BEST LAND in AHIElir the G UK AT UNION PACIFIC gS, A FARM For $ in payment* with lav ro 1 ft yu HEC U KKltlvo Full Information sent free, O. F. DAVIS, l and Agent, «I.P, H. It OMABl per day at home. - -w -—-.Worth $5 free. 8 t Portlan d. Maine. $55 f $77 FREE. U p AS o"vij Augusta. Alaltie. actsy at home. Agent« want fit and terms free. TRUK A i g u «la, Maine. $12 N. F. BURNHAM'S "18? WATER - WHE In «iHclared the ** hT4Nll«RD mine," by over <150 persons whoi Prl«*e* r«*«l iicmI. New pamphlel, F. BURNHAM, York, Pa. CENTENNIAL GRAMD F AND GOLD MEDAL California Fruit Dri Drier* furnished to cure from i twenty thousand pounds lit day basket of lVaches Is worth 50 ce orchard by drying them stamp for circular to G EO. A Mi! Cham tentai "Uli this I rig Omni Vivum Ex llEmJLTU, Tont . VK. LONG 'LIFE AND HAPPIUE? The Mopk'* Legacy or Vital UsKo* will strengthen toe nerve«, provei.lill ol the physical forces, bull! up and« to vigor tbq most shattered oonniii^ and positively cure* i m potency ana di ment« of the urinary ed,or constitutional. Address J. POHTJÇR Manufacturing Chemists, 3b7 Jlroow N. Y. Send for circular. organs, eiiiig By mall, priol HTANLKT 4 MB NEW BOOi A* soon as ubllshed. AJMM New Magazines Newspapers, (Dally and Weekly.) Blank Books, Stationery, And a very large assortment of both for ornament and use. at £. s. r. butler* 420MARKET STREET J WII.MINOTON.Bfl ac e D Imp H. KENT A OU.» porter* and Manufacturer 1 * M* 1 IRON, IRON, 8TEEL, 8THEL, HAH)** HARDWARE, AND COACH MATERIAL I Have the Largest Htoch ofOo^« State ln their Une, and best ftfiuoiwn in the United mates. __ NO. 20« AND 207 SHIPLEY i»* 1 AND 212 uivaNGE streets W lLMIKOTfl«, 1 WAI. S. WAT I. I No. 1009 Market SM 1 * La CJ 3 Ï li JSBj «TEAM A <»A« MTTM buld materials la my Un® 0 hand. dxntly <1 ngton, A««**"» V w 0 u BEI4 THK HATTE81 iVo East Third Stret »> WilmiH.'l'Ui PI** 1 PIAJtOS. il For S*vM><> & t-'P" OROAW* For and Uy' v# "| keiw 0 * FOR DASH OR 1 ROBELIN A mayl773(UP UTAX RRf — EO. W. BUSH & SON guarantee tlieif Sneiiandoah * ir c be entirely satisfactory to o» tf ,n The nut is extra largeslis. BRO'S WA G