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KTO * alWnol>'M8^uTi 1 Vay%Yee^l?ra^i^a'rS 8t, Sf^ n i"Ä y *7fe 1 ,0 .rrSSm towns and vllli.es, for six cents a week, payable weekly. Yearly subscribers, *3 lu advanoe. C. P. Johnson, EDiToidifad pj m ^ . ... . . i fàlT*, %•*»# larfeît and*mci| fldSrkfcfng Jljfeß2taa£.s5 ot^on U>e"■* nsLlH r ' PoMWwd every Thursday afternoon, at *î tyr yuar. l 1 ! advanoe. , . [ ,, - . _ .ui,*, Auffu«te7.1S7 7. Democratic Nominations ;-i7" .. w. 3 ... / . FOR PRESIDENT OF CITY COUNCIL , WILLIAM BRIGHT. FOR CITY TREASURER, WILLIAM J. MORROW. i FOR A86 ESSORS, NORTHERN Hist.—JAMES KENNEDY SOUTHER!* ÜI8T.— .WM. KYNE. Hkauo's Salk of Building Lots.— The sale of ibe beautifully situated square ou the bill in the western part of (he city, advertised by J. T. Heald, to take place next Saturday afternoon is significant of returning prosperity to "Wilmington, and suggestive of sotoe ideas that may be productive of inquiry aud contradicted if not truthful. This square has been divided into eight lo's each 68 feet by 140, and will be s J 1 without re serve. The situation is admirable for its exteBsive view and healtbfulness also.— To those who want to invest for a site for a home in the future the lots offer such inducements as we have mentioned that cannot be excelled. It has often been said that Wilmington is one of the wealthy small cities of the country. In proof of this it is cited that her shops and great works of industry are treer trou debts and embarrassment than any other city of lier size—that her mechanics are men of belter character and more skilled in tbeir several voca tions: that there has beeu no stikes here and there is harmony and a general kind ness and friendship existing between the employers and employees; that the latter are able to enter immediately upon great contracts whenever the season of trade opens, and complete them with cash upon cash principles—that the Wilming ton banks are all sound aud weaitby, having large surplusages iu band and heavy deposits awaiting opportunities for investment. These are facts. What they are worth to the trade may be readily imagined. Our practical knowledge of business life exleuds back to 1843, wlieu the largest of our great works were in tbeir infancy; and when there were none that w ould be called capitalists at the present day. A comparison of 1843 with 1873 would show what could be done upon smal beginnings by industry, skill and energy. If we can in the next thirty years show as much ou the side of profit; basing our calculation upon the same ratio of «api cal, it will be pretty difficult to fix a just approximate limitto the means Wilming ton will possess for operative purposes in 1ÖU7. The school boy of ten will then be in the prime of life. With such scholastic advantages aud the aid of im mense church capacity aided by numer ous beneficial and moral societies which we lacked in 1843, we do not see bow we can fail to do even better in the next three decades than we did in the three immediately before the panic of 1873.— Where then will the limits of our city thirty years hence? We will leave this to the imagination of our readers. But when the man of 00 was a boy Paris bad about 700,000 inhabitants, and Loudon about 1,000,000; now Paris has 2,1X0,000 aud London 4,000,000. It not .ikely tliat the progress of the hew world will be slopped. Philadelphia 700,000 and New York 1.000,000. Thai they w)!' reach the present magnitude the gieat European cities we cannot doubt, and in a shorter period than it taken Paris and London to climb to tlieir great proportions. Wilmington has only her manufactor ies to depend upon; if she had iu her a great State like Pennsylvania, with islative aid to stimulate li"r growth, might become metropolitan in size. there is great hope for her rapid progress' after awhile although she lias to stand on her own resources alone. We begin to think that the panic exac tions have about reached tlieir utmost and we have got nearly down to pan. Wages are not as low as they before the war, as a fixed rule; we build quite as low as we nor u»j »hl Hut we have reached a point improvement is made tliere is some of reward iu its attaining a higher value. In 1847 eight and ten roomed houses 18 or 20 leet front could be erected sold with a small profit for $2,500; this eluded the cost of tlie lot. houses can be erected for about amount oi' money but it is exclusive the lot. here if Now We base our remarks on malioh do ivcil from a builder, who showed us his estimâtes for several es. One of them is 31 feet iront by f et deep, back building 14 by 22 two stories, with water e.ostts and modern improvements," -p«uued and uished throughout, tin roof, stone aud the pavemeut all lay»d and the deliveœd in good order. The contract or's bill is $2.500, without the lot. From this it will be seenthat a good .substantial $3,000; hm E -bouse may bo heilt (oi less than Ptolir If thousand wilf^ ^ very fiajj three stary.U| Thai w to indif» capiUllsU to ii^proTh Mheir "ntÄul esorirtwH« mal«, -J ble building lots more desirable, .'t ta go There (are more houses unden-Wîÿ now in this city than were built in 1875 or 1876; and there is great hope that our builder^ will « ""»cb as they can do during the fall and Winter. "Those who are about to buy bouses would do well to note the facts we have stated, since it is the , . opinion of many that it is cheaper now to build than to buy. a. N the 2 on be Ml*. Pendtertou in h!s Columbus speech arraigned the Republican party as a par ty "fresh from the rape of the PresideD. cy." Compared with the issue presented by this arraignment, other questions are of mere passing moment. 'The mass of honest voters believe that the first duty bt the American people« at the next Presidential election will be to put the brand ef popular execration upon the fraud that was perpetrated at the last. The Camerons have decided to put their liantU in tbeir pockets and set up a new newspaper organ iu Philadelphia. Why the Camerons should want another organ does not clearly appear; but Simon aud Don are rlub enough to indulge tbeir fancies. I of zketk on Saturday night. I «aw a little note from you Baying than far the peach season has proved the croakers to be false J prophets. You do not ex telly say who the croaker« were, but your fuferenoe Is you mean the men whj stated that there would LETTER FROM SAM'L TOWNSEND [ For the Garptte.J Mr. Editor In looking over the G a- ! at . . , only be a model ate crop, not hall equal to the crop of 1875 ; for you state that ship mentsby rail to-day has reached 1,300,UjO baskets, while the water shipments will fell it to k.001,0,0 buskeis. Now, sir, 11 think I can pretty plainly prove that the j persons who rap'd the crop equal u> isTö ; were the croakers, for some of these : croak ts- went as high as 7,<juo,ooo ba-kets by rail, and the Philadelphia Times went to tfi,Oj i.ojobasiists. I stated at a Middletown meetiug,,against all Ibis array of high croakers, that the crop shipped by railroad ■ach I A in be this boy and has is hew lias Thai oi has tlieir rear leg she But up I er *4,70 >,0 0 of standard ill b.*t you a new five dol rou Id not backets, and I lar note that that it does not. Y •ill not j rate cars at five hundred baskets each, for j the Philadelphia cars will not average' *r three hundred * aopordln«*u bv r mrcenunureu , accordingly, b> your statements, there were «hipped by rail up to Friday night 2,782 ci sir, instead of the season being about half out, as you state, It Is nearer three-fourths l t, for down-country shipment« dwindling down fa*t, and theotherdistricts who used to keep the shipments up have very few peaches this season. In the year I ine thousan I cur loads were uch . Now. 1875 over «hipped, claimed to average 500 baskets ' This year not half a« many willgo; there fore, In few days you will see who the And you rate vour w.itor \ >our water | tiian twice as high ai they croakers were, shipments probably . as to drying, the price of peaches have been too high fordriero. 8ev eral who undertook it have tau J the misfor tune to get burnt out. Further, Mr. Edi tor, I think every intelligent peach growing ; farmer will agree and admit that had all 1 the land that is now planted In peach trees I mur # I 1 1 ■ <i.„n ■ ... . o ig t xe line jf tail roads, where these one a half or two millions of baskets of peaches will bo shipped from,been in wheat this present year, a surpl and of at least three i liions of bushels of wheat could have been sold, averaging f l.öu per bushel, mak- | ing four I a If il lion« of dollars, in place of five or six hundred thousand dol lars fro peaches. Ac. KAMUEL TOWNSEND, Townsend, Aug. 27, 1877. OHIO DEMOCRACY. WHAT GBNKRAL K : N (J I»ID SAY COLUMBUS SI'KKUII. : y ms A si the New "T he w al loin K iial îles natch from Cincinnati to York Time» «avs: — idediscrepancy between Gener :h, as it <1 t he published reports made troiu copies distributed advance, occasiou some coin meut to-day. 1 n Ids real address Ge infiationand repudiation, pu Indeed,the tigs Columbus spe as actually delivered,! :ral Ewing talked and simple, ly sentiment that evoke»! lu arty applause from the crowd was the * that if the bondholders did not cease : would have repu dation, it is noticeable that the Democratic speakers have adopted a very persuasive tone towards the workingmen. It was a marked feature of the Pendleton and Ewing meeting. Senator Thurman, in an interview published to-day, said that he should do his share of work iu the He seems to to oppress. campaign by and by. quiesce with cheerfulness in the idea of giving i ic campaign at the start, and reserving the sound money men of the party for late speeches. He is much troubled at the tendency to oominuuium iu the Re publican platform. inflation tune to the Democrat GENERAL NEWS. Sir Robert Lallan arrived at Bermuda on tlie lUlh inst., and assumed the gov ernorship of the islands. The paying out of the $100,000 given lerbilt to his railroad men Saturday. T he pay car wciil as tar as Poughkeepsie; to-mor row it will proceed north of that place. g men held in New York, yesterday, r. solutions were adopted express n^syi late strikers. The meeting der the auspices of furniture tu. rs,who are agitating for an advainv jf 25 per cent. exac hard were by Mr. V« was commenced At a mass meeting of the woiki can then. hope value. of iu that of V lor the an . . M uu and Pehsonal—M r. Thomas Johnson and l»o have been spemliiig tlie past few days, at Cape May, home, much. Gus Phillips, botter* known as Dotty G witty the agent for the Worrell Sisters, was in town this morning, making rangement for the ap «»arauce of the com pany at the Opera lieuse on n<fkt (Satur day evening rife, such have returned They enjoyed theiuselve very infor has hous 28 feet, "all steps, liouse ar ConoKKi» |E.\< lim night a si* -On Saturday u trahi of three passenger curs tilled with colored pie . paused through this city, lihgton, Md., where they attended camp Ring yesterday. The trai-u returned emug, at 9.15 o'clock. 11 » -x. ,.v vai (v'li for contract la«t ev NOl* - E . LKCTfnN office of m Wilmington Coal Gas Company, 30o8hii*lky Rtheet, August 26th, 18 7 nine 1*1 rectors of the WIN iifcngtoitQpal Gag Company, will be held , hm the atnuç. op/MondaV, the 3rd day of I Heptemoer neit, between the hours of 4 and 10th. 5o'clock, p. m. WM. P. TAYLOR, j Secretary. E AY An el for Aug. 25—7t OTICE— A special meeting of the I Trustees of tue Pool/fo# New Castle I county will be held at the AlmtdioOse, on I WEDNESDAY, August 291 h,at 10o'clock, a. in. By orderof toe Président. JOHN W. EVANS, Clerk. N A augl7 tm rilAX PAYER8, TARE NOTICE ! (TTY AND SCHOOL TAXE8 FOR 18T77. The undersigned, receivers of taxes for the city of Wilmington, will be at No. 10 EAST SIXTH STREET, open Sept T between Market aud KJng streets, on and after the 2*1 day of J uly, 1877, between the hours of 8 and 12 In the morning, and from her 2 to 6 in the afternoon, for the purpose of re* lure celvlng taxes. * On all taxes paid during the month of July there will be a reduction of Hve cents on every dollar ; and all taxes paid on or after the first day of August, Including the ber first Tuesday of September, shall be payable without a deduction or addition as afore* | said, and all taxes unpaid on the day next after the first Tuesday of September, shall be Increased by the addition of five per centum on the amount thereof. EDMUND PROVOST, Receiver Northern District (Including all north of Sixth street.) EDWARD FARMER, Receiver Southern District (including all south of Sixth Hired.. I ON M Jy« I I N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United Stau«, for the District of Dela ware. In the Malter of John McLear A Son, Bankrupt«.—In Bankruptcy, at Wilming ton, in said District, on the Twentieth day of July, A. D., 1S77. DISTKICT OK DELAWARE, SS: Notice Is hereby given that a Petition has been filed In said court by John P. Me* Dear, of Wilmington, in MM District duly declared a Bankrupt under the act of J n 7Ä"Ä'f'(K.Al »! and other claims provable under said act, The ! 1 that the Seventh day of Sept. l«77, ! at 10 o'clock, a. in., Is assigned for thaliear- t j ing or the «aine, at Wilmington aforesaid i when and whe w o all creditors who have | proved their debt«, and other persons in !h^vTaJ2"Jh% P K l Lrev«rol , t^S l ^etP w tlou should uut be eranted. 1 j ; : R S. ROHM ONI) SMITH. Clerk of toe U. H. District Court, Delaware District. I Jy21-ltawtsept7 A 1 Oli rnJ.E jaMJlihJST. 710R RENT.— A irofs! store room, sttuat ed under the Olid-Fellows' Hall ut st. George'«, Del. It can be made to «un any good cellar under it and easy terms, suitable for a shop or harm; buslne-s. In will be rented shoe «tore shop or tinsmith. Apply to* the Trustee* of National Lodge. No. 3.', I. O. O. F. WM. CAUNAQY, K. J ESTER. GEO. W. TOWNSEND.! | a millin'* j j « nn9 o™*«. - - ï? OH HE NT —The store south-east corner Markvt and Thir , Hlre ets. Fixtures for sa io. possession given about the lOtu d»iy l I - 100 September. ^I'piy to WM. MORROW, 808 Market street. Ort SALE_Several good Mortgages from sôou to tf5oO<>. F J. T. HEALD. Real Estate Mortgage Exchange. F AK.MS, Jit 11.1. N1TKS, AND TOWN LOIS FOK Ml.R. No re. Taxes low and living LADD A WISE, Liberty, Bedford Co., Va. Malaria or F eve ' cheap. Add re«« junelG-tiwd. * CWRHALEOR EXCHANGE.—A hand | some fine toued second hand Estey Or gan nearly new. Apply to this office, febst IZ Jr ; T]iOR SALE—Three ouiwing lots on 1 X Jackson street, between «»tn and 7th— Flve building lots on Filth street near Van Buren, four on Front street near Jackson, and a lot 21 feet front on Delaware Avenue, near Harrison. Apply at this office. mar4t! OR RENT—The second story front room of 416 Market street, over the Gazette office. Possession Immediately. Apply at this office. HA T STORES . | David M Gloskey -THE — HATTER, «81— Market tStreet, (Adjoining Opera House.) to it ttJ^The latest styles constantly on hand call. Give liii augll-ly \j b e c the O 4 THE a and in the HÄTTEß t of for at Re >o £asi Third Street, WiltiiiiitrlGii, Del * > L M M 1 : R A RR AN G HM ENTS. S gov men pay men per , tril , „ *n W ilmtngton and Penns On and alter TUESDAY. JUNE 18th, 1877, THE STRAMKR _A-liee K. Preston Will run bet grove daily as follows: Leave Peunsgrove at 6 and lo o'clock, a. m , and 5 o'clock, p. ing ton at s a. in., 2 and »! o'clock, p. in. Single fare20cents; round trip 30 cents. Leave Wil m. JOHN Q. A. DENNEY, Captain. the On and ntter June 27th the A. E. Preston t with tlie steamer Ariel at rcnnsgrove for Bombay Hook and Collins' Beacu on Wednesday aud Saturday. Fare tursiou »so cents. The 2 p. in. boat connect« with the Dela ware Shore rail uu •il tor d at Pe isgrove. Ju2itf and past Dotty com (Satur R. P. TAWKhStY & BRO., Harness very & .Trunk MAX UFACr (JKRKS. Nc. 407 ar & ug street, Wir 4.NCTON, Del. Where they int< \d keeping on bund a mil anuortineut of Ha ue««, fcn«W •«. Bndlos, lar«, W in pe, B . .«.»H«, Fly Net 3 . Bnmncs, Trunk»- Traveling Bag«, » aliaeb, Shawl Straps, an » vtrything geû jrâlly keui in their line of in, .»»•: s, all of which will bo ■aade of the Bee. .'■* » .enal. aud gnj. ran teed tc give «al • iction. vt irle and rouble onler in '.he beat niau.isr »> three camp ids (v'li Dü«« inane rs dolicitod. i»u: one live over EU UCA TIONA L. _ ■Weslejan Female Collegej 10th. Catalogues at the Hook Stores. JOHN WILSON. autf-tf President. 602 TPRBJUST CE ST?.. AY liming;t on. Delaware Theiwxt*ew»1on will begin. Monday,Hept* _ wr-|i i^ ct** ▼ HU? Motlol Institute, Tluilcling-. SIXTft'AND MARKET. JAMES H. CRABB, Principal. A select school for Boys and Girls. Now Fall term open to visitors. Sept 3d, 1877. Send for circular. an25-2wd mqncefi 2 T HE HOME INSTITUTE, _ „ A SELECT DAY' AND BOARDING HCHOOL for YOUNG LAI)IK8an<1CHIL DREN, will reopen on MONDA Y, Septem her 10th. Our aim Is to combine Home eul lure with moral and mental discipline, whilè we Insist upon thorounhnens In every branch. English, Latin, Music, Modern Languages, Drawing .and Oli Painting, ObJ»*öt les-on« throughout the course. Num ber of boarding pupils limited. PRICES SUITED TO THE TIMES, Circulars may be obtained at the lx>ok stores or by calling upon or addressing the Principals, aug2l -— Ice A M. HOUSTON, . L. HOUSÏOJJ, A. B. No. UOHUelnWHru A venue, Wilmington, Del.» Misses j i: IBS MAHAFFY'S SUHOuL WILL BEOI'EN ON SEPTEMBER 3»., ON TkNTH STREET, RS TWEEN MAR KET AND SHIRLEY. M augl8-tw Delaware College. The next Term will Commence , Sep tember 5 , 1877 . G Both sexe« are admitted to the College classes. There are three eouises of study: The Classical, the Scientific and Agricultural, t j ie Literary. „ m „ 1a ' In addition to tbese a xjteci'tl rmtr.se tn Aq riculture has been Instituted, the session for w " ,ch ' W,U open on ,hc ,St of No * ember 1 OT, and extend to 1st of March, 1878. For a catalogue apply to President WM. n. PURNELL, Ne warn, Del. augl5-lm Ku^by Academy, A Collegiate School for BOYS. Dr.Sam'i W. Hornby, A M., PiiBCipl. Fall Term will commence on MONDAY, September 3d, 1877. For Circulars and Catalogues, apply to' the Principal,who can be ! ou ml at the school | rooms, every duy, from 8 to 11 o'clock, augl4-dlra i. m. UNIVERSITY AT LEWlSBURG, PA, The first term in all the Departments for the year 1877 and is »6 begins Sept. Mi», 18Î7. Departments: College, Classical Prepara tory Academy, and Female Instttu e— Commodious buildings, healthy location, thorough instruction, and reasonable ciiarges. Send for catalogue giving full in formation. Address President J. R. LOOMIS, LL D., or Rev. J. A. KELLY, General Agent, Lewisburg. Pa. aulo-lm UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Octubrr 1 Mi; continues through •bools Op< nine months. It Is organizeisl i on the elective nystem, with full courses In Classics, Science (with Practice In Chemi cal and Physical Laboratories), Literature, in Lavqr, Medicine, Engineering, Natural History, and Practical Agnculiuro. Ex penses (including ever} thing) about ft5u0. Apply for cutalouge to JAMES F. IIAK RIKON, M. I)., Chairman of ttie Faculty, Post Office: University ol Virginia. aug7-dlineod il ORT EDWARD INSTITUTE. >17? PER YEAR, "acuities E Ratos reduced. 'Ver beiter. Fifteen teachers. A Business < se, Col lege preparatory and oilier gruluatiiig Courses for boLh sexes, or any studies may be chosen. Fall term, September 0 ; Win ter term. December 14. Admissions any time proportionally. For new i afalogu« address J AS. E. KINU.D.D ,F New York. •t Ed ward, augti M ount vkrnon institute— es ta uli.-sIied I65U—English, Fn-iidi id Ge 4 ladies and little girls, No. 4t* M jii Place, Baltimore. Mrs. Mary ,1 i Jones d Mr-. H. Maitland. Principals. 4 i sled by a large corps o I professors. T •bool will reopen September20, 18 » 7. augl-tsepü V IRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. LEXINGTON . VA. Those desirous of obtaining admission into fids well-known STATE INSTITU TION i C KDeTS will a lay to tlie undersigned, for full discipline and Inst u»ply without do Pr<»vision is made during the months of JULY and AUGUST, pre paratory to tin* resumption of regular studies on 1st SEPTEM BER. FRANCIS H. SMITH. Superintendent. cti Jy30t: epi Vv ilmington uonference Academy. Prepares for P ibI lege or Professional Study. The courses have been extended. Send for a catalogue. Address the Principal, Rkv. J. M. WILLIAMS, A. M., Jy21*2m>d4w Dover, Delaware. s, Teaching, Col ltegister '9 Order, Rroistrr'h office. New Castle Co.. August 8th 1*77 Upon the application oi i nomas I Rus sell. Administrator 1). B. N. of Henry Dougherty, luteof Wilmington Hundrod.ln .said County, deceased; it is ordered and di reeled by tin* Register that Uie Administra | tor, aforesaid give notice of the granting of Letters of Ad minist r of the de p. »! tlie Estate I" sed. wi th ere» > f, by ca usingadv ithin forty days fi is. in six of the mostpuhli 'places of the dy of Newcastle, requiring all per sons having demands against tlie estate to *, or abide by ith the »late of granting rtisemeuts tohepo-t mi the »late of ■n i»»t,tei i « at Fare îtof As ie and provided_ se the name to no i ie period in tlie Wilmington ublished in Wil d to be continued therein three And als *rt«*d within the • Gazette a iWspiper mmgton, reeks, (e. o. «1 ) ..—Given under the hand an» < I». s. S of office of tl »»* ItegishT aloi ( * at New »i«t le in New Cast! 1 Seal rillen. aforesuld tlie da;/ «ml ye . . arabove w i. „ .S. C. BlGtiS, Register. NOTICE. All persons ha v ! ngelal late ol the »I _c s against the Es. sed, must present tlie s ■ iestiHl, to the Administrator I afore August 8th, PCs or abide ibe Ant of Assembly iu aunh ens« n*. le and provided Address. T HUM AH 1 . RUSSELL. Administrator, J). R, x. nun i'll' Oil mil aliaeb, keui bo tc »> aux0-3weod* B 1 ids vi I 1 , tv : «%.— , fell Ih.oof h 1.0«», «iJ.12k, i bit- fabrics t i rom a ('ash i.SLuT^ the i/» 4 x>rtei. meres ai »5, 87 y 1.50. These d»-. ric**s tba w*: r « ora mend .«1 .. , at lower v. offered tor years, and .) .or color and «iurabil , w - B- ^HARP, ©aril, ar d Market tk* I THE MODEL TAILOR STORE Havip g opened a new Tailoring Establishment In|bU OLijr, I a»determine 1 tonuk* THW MOD HI Cj « one of Wilmington. R. Mfel«h, a Äret-flUss tailor and coêfcmaker, from the City 0 fY*_ York, kill have charge of them «kin* and trimming HaYlbg myeelf bee., on K aieUn5 live ja*r« in cutting for a large ham her of the fl|ttr.ens of Wilmington, I have a »V 1 knowledge of the want» of the time«, andean give my customer« the advantag.- m nn! over any who have to pay opt a salary fbr cutting. KERI) CAK«Ov auglfi-ty 233 M arket Street I WALTON BROTHERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ICE DEALERN . > ifo. 8 East Second Street, und , OFtllhS. ..J Fifteenth and King Street*. Price* for 1H77 s 16 lbs. dally, «0 cents per» 20 •* •' 75 " » W •a »• 30 pounds and over, at the rate of 40 cents per one hundred pounds. ICE BY THE TON AT THE LOWEST RATES. lbs. daily, 35 cents per week. '• 40 " " 90 •• SO " 2 " Our ice Is of extra quality and averages from 12 to 16 inch«« In thickness. Orden Ice notice of a change of residence, or of negligence or incivility of drivers, lfm known at the office, will receive prompt attention. apr 24-y Arctic Ice and Coal Gompan Eastern Ice of the Best Quality, And a Superior Quality of COAL at Lowest Rat PLEASE UIVE US A CALL. *T. B. CONROW Ac. HOIV, No- ~ E. Second St. Jye-iy SUMMER RESORTS. G LEN-PAhK HOTEL, WATKINS GLEN, N . Y. Terms, $2 to S3 per day. Appointment« A l. 'Bus free. Send for clr cular and analysis of water. C. H. FROST, Proprietor. augl5 lm* SEASIDE HOUSE, OCEAN CITY, MD. A first-class seaside resort. The above Hotel Is wilbln a lew feet of the Ocean. Terms *2 per day. tsepl# S.J. MABBEY, Proprietor. ASHING T U .s HOUSE, RYE Beach, N. H. — First-class private N ,w open for the season. . JOHN K. LEAVITT, Proprietor. w hoarding house. Board *7 per week Jy26-lin* rnaoY house, «hoy, n. y -the I first-class hous of the city. Recently Tables uupplhd refurnished thr«niyltout, with all delicacies in season. Courteous attendance. Free eltss to und fron» house. 11. \V. STEARNS, *roprietor. Jyw ATLAN'J 1C HOTEL, OCEAM CITY, MD. * This Hotel Is th largest one In city, and in ocean. JOU.N A'KACY, Proprietor. House. Salisbury, Jy27-tsepl<J&W Terms *2 50 fronts direct per day. | AUo, of 1'uniUT.u Md. Kew anti A (tractive SEA SHORE RESORT, iroad lines forming the route via. Salisbury, Md., are erecting ul The several OCEAN CITY, a commodious Excursion House, for the express entertainment of Excursionisis, id particularly invite the attention of Churches, Sunday Schools, Societies, and Organiza tions generally, to the superior at tractions afforded by this new and delight ful Summer Resort. Train's run directly on to the bench, within one hundred feet of Excursion House and Surf. It possesses tile finest surf bathing on the coast, while the waters of Synep'ixent Bay, separated Iront by a narrow neck, on •Inch Is situated the Excursion House, af fords a pleasant and sale place for sailing or rowing, and contains a most abundant supply offish in great variety. inple supply of pleasure boats on and w II y from the Oc An hand. special inducements In low rates of fare day 's ex are offered to large parties for cu r«lon. I Information of the undersigned. 1. N. Minus, Gcn'l Agt. Del. Div., Wilmington. 1 y 3-d if rates, apply o either Guo. A. Da dm un, Gen'l Ticket Agt., I». Vf. »v B. It. R„ Philadelphia FRENCH'S HOTEL PENXSGliOVE, N. J It is located m the midst of grove of lame trees, and affords accommodations lor one bun died boarders. iîlîl! it is hgnied tliroughout with gas und fur nished second _ hotel in New Jersey. Persons in Wilmington will tiuu no better i»lace for Summer Boarding. Business men can me /entne the steamer Alice E. l*reston and return early in the morning. Address June 21 -tf. JU8EGH G. FRENCH, Box 26, Peunsgrove, N. Wm, O'CONNOR, Merchant T a ieoe UAS REMOVED Wo J. WeMt Third Street, (One door from Market.) a 3pleudid Assortaient o Clothe, Cassimcres and Vesting« FOK MMtlttG AND SintD.K,] pru 3« to sul And has laid of 'Vhich he will make ~ time«. up Pauls a Specially. * eWUf to Oj Otni/ucn, e-s/Zelc/ian/ Sfo. ô c é>aàt 3(/ icmaia ■n Me/menaton, 'IjJe/. A fine assortment of foreign and domes tic piece goods. »/"None but firet-clas« workmen loyed. em feb377dly Es. of nun wuy ana «eit tst»)CKH, Bonds anrl Gold in York, Phila, Baltimore ! and local iiiiul^l BANKERS AND UUOKeW Heald & Co. Clayton House Building. Entrance ou HtrceL Agents for American, Red Star, Inmax. and cunard J.ines to Great Britain Continent of Europe. and FOR SALE. îî.îl'wr?. 8 Coal GttH Company stock, 1 U 00 WilmiiArton^Clty, ««buree^ Java Coffee JAPAN TEA 100 Bags of C'ofletj 50 Chests of Jam, Blatl and Imperial Tea, Wholesale and Retail THE GREAT Canton and Jupai I TEA COMPANY, 1 .. THEIR RED TEA ST 0 B 1 No. 3 W. Third Street, In 8 rd Stonly one door from Mar AND BRANCH STORK, 1003 MARKET ST, one door above Tenth, have rowonl and sell« the very best TEA AMD COFFEE, and 1« toe cheapest place In this city tol good goods. LARGEST AND BEST ASM)HTML In the city of Bohemian Glas« Vases, Cologne 8ett. Fine Glass Table Sets, Japanese Trays, and Chrom«, GIVEN WITH TEA. James cnn-ris, uperinUD June 6. WAGON-WOKM Constantly on hand and madetoordftj EXi'KE.SS, MARKET, TRUCK,FAB GERMANTOWN SNEATH'8 PATENT TILTING W ONM, CARTS, PUSH-CARTB A BAKUOMS, mfrkmhi A Iso, A G Ul C U ET U HA I. wun: i are being sold at co^t.iia'hi'WL PLOWS, HARROWS AND CULTI» TORS, „ J All Nos. of tlie Moore, Wiley, 1 ,a( '°*3 Keckendoru Plows, with or without»" draft. REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROW 1 LY EXECUTED. BLACttaniTKIlO In all its w branches. Particular ai given to dORSE-SUUffi All diseases of toe foot,and cases o ness incidental to shoeing or fast Jn treated under the I >unbar SUCCESSFULLY. interfering invariably cure l inoa«»r Knuckling and knee «prung mined lately benefitted and left ' n Y, u p o tlie aid of which nature boou ene maneiiL cure. -.„mT Lameness from corns inKtantiy Immediate relief given iu cum» u founder. . Diseases of the above nature,**" . ^ others pertaining to the foot and ick ore considered incurable oy n' i00 chool" Veterinarians, are, by * J" hji pplicatlou of the Dunbar system• * □d cured. Anatomical specimens office, showing cause and effect. Having been at great expense to a thorough knowledge of tlie *&oi being tlie only smiths In the State r. Dunbar has Imparted his •thod of treatment, I ajtj. i',bfJ ireat the worst case the public m ; forward. I employ only competent men sonally supervise all operations ORANGE WOOhM^ i, exhibited •* aid i OFFICE 111 AND 113 DAVID NEW BOOKS ah soon a« nbllshed. New Magazines Newspapers, (Daily and Weekly 1 ' Blank books, Stationery» 1 I (diD 1 of ^ Ai • both targe assortment piTAs. lent and pse at i. BUTLiJ 15 i. I 42U MARKET STRW ;r R3S B K ARG AIN «4 ln Linen Hv ; kinds u«t recel v llprl^ £» ss