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WiLimiGTOx. Dei.*, July 29.18i3.
Quotations at tho Brandywine Mills lor Flour and
Grain—Corrected Daily.____
Family Flour...,
Extra Flour.
Superfine Floar
Wheat
Corn
11.50
$ 10 .
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Largest Not C»UL in the oRy at WE. J.
BROWN *ô. South of Market Street Bndao. jyl2*3m
Cheap Coal.—S tove at $5.85. Nut, $6.15 per
2340 pounds for Cash only, at the wharf south
of Market street bridge. Wm. J. Bbown.
July 1st.—3m.
NOTICE.
SOMETHING NEW.
Those of our citizens wishing to buy Wana
maker k Brown's Clothing, should cull at No. MA
406 King street, Wilmington. Del., where JH*
their Agent, FRED. CARSON, can accommodate
you with the latest styles of Clothing, from the lar
gest houso of the kind in the United States; he also
keeps a full line of SAMPLES* to suit the seasons,
nd makes them up ut
WANAMAKER & BROWN'S
PRICES.
Give us a call and see for yourselves, before pur
thasing elsewhere, at
406 KING STREET.
Je2-3m.
1873. SUMMER. 1873.
Notwithstanding our immense disposal of
Summer goods, we are agaia prepared, by a
>second supply, to furnish our customers with
SPLENDID SUMNER CLOTHING,
in great variaty *f style, .hade, color and pattern.
Linens, ducks, aloacus, cheviots, oassiuieres. diag.
ouais, As. The attention ol the publiu is especial*
ly called to the large stock of LIN KN LlU.STh.KM,
satiable for travelling. In addition to the ready
made work, by the assistance of ,n experienced
tailor, gentleman can hare their clothes out
and made to order at moderate prices, and a perfect
tit eaannteed.
All articles pertaining to Men's Furnishing
tloods in many varieties and styles
JOIKPH BOW.
lia M AKK ET STK F. ET,
Wilmington. Del.
/■hFFICR OF THE CITY TREASURER.
KJ WiumtQTOir. On., April 19. 1873.
Thirty Thousand
Dollars, (# 30 , 000 )
WILMINGTON CITY LOAN,
(NEW ISSUE )
is HovormiD fob Salk,
, I aE* 0 8K! to 5?» ? ith .»». «dinanoe passed April 17tb,
1873. The Bonds will bo sold at par and accrued in
terest.
interest payable February and August of each
»«• J. L. KILLGORE.
ap!9-tf dty Treasurer.
'William lally,
WH0LE9AI E DEALER IN
Brandies« Whiskies*
WINKS. Ate..
all S. Front St., bgiwoan Frenob and
Walnut ScreetB,
jvltrly
WILMINGTON. DEL.
a.
J^OWliafTHE TIME) TU10RDER
Tenta for Camp Meeting.
RÖBT. W. BIRNIE
jrP" a *?'■*• «took of material on hand, suit- A.
Ä7ÄÄÄÜ!
COM WELL. A WOODALL,
Olvil Engineer« and Surveyor«.
Room, No. 9. Exchan*e Building,
7th and Market Btreeta,
Wilmington, Dei.
DAK. WOODAL
H. 0. COtrWKLI..
inav23-d&w6m
JEFFERSON HOUSE,
NB IP CASTLE. DEL.
L äÄtiÄ'Ä
k WÄLMMSJPÄWS
IE ftccommodations of % F I R 8 T
al rv a aBL- It commands a fine view v .
tbe Delaware Bar. »ad is one of the moat pleasant
and delightful places is the State for excursions
Pto-sies. The house is kopt Iu the best ntyle, the
bar filled with choicest wines, liquors and malt
drinks, and the table «applied with the substan
tial« and luxuries of the market. Excursionists
can arrive by boat or rail. Parties who wish to go
fishing or boa» riding on the noble Delaware, can
be accommodated with suitable boats. The patron
age of the public is respectfully solicited. jy22-tf
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IHiLfe; Sc AILLER,
real Estate agents
AND
AU CTIONEERS,
N. W. Cor. 4th andJKing Streets.
tin tho McCLARY BUILDING,) opposite th
Bank of Dolawaro.
PERSONAL SALES ATTENDED TO.
Hart nr removed from the coroar oflthaod Kins
ream to lb- lari* «tore No, 605 Market »tree *
- aolieit orders from our friand« whieh will bo
d with eara and nralantoeM. aivti
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I. H. FRaZER.
SJ O N V SC Y A. N OER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Collector of Rents end Bills,
»• ». ®*r. THian;»sD ihiput tm..
Mooli-dAwly
AVENUE LOT rOR BALK
Apply at thisogo.
LOOALf MtBLLia E NOK .
Uoaü ffilws U exceedingly ic»rr«.
Wilmington Loau Àatoeletlou meete this sVtn*
lag- •
Polle« business keeps ratter dull boro during tbo
warm woulher.
Pay your taxes by to-morrow night. Dou't put
it oil auy longer.
Black, Jnpan and Green tea, at Crlppen's 4th
and Market atreets.
The ''Switchback" axcurciou is only little over
a week off. Secure your tickets.
The Democratic City Executive Committee will
onset this eveuing. A full attendance is requested.
A private pic-nic party, from Philadelphia,
companies by u band, is spending the uften o m
on the Brandywine.
Salb of Money. —At the regular monthly
meetiug ot Franklin Loan AsmMiation, last even
ing, $400 sold at 10 per cent, premium, and $1400
at 10}*.
M ■
Sevbbely Lnjuuku.—Y esterday morning,about
3 o'clock, uh M«a. Rebecca Virtue, residing at No.
614 East Beveutb etreet, was patunug from one b*'d
room to another, she fell down stairs, sustaining
injuries of u severe character. Her collar hone
and shoulder blade were dislocated, and her side
somewhat injured. Dr. Johusou rendered medi
cal assistance.
Fihe —On Tbursilay night last, the country
residouce of Mr. Dell Notait, president of the Corn
Exchange Bank, and wouhl, but for I lie timely
assistance reuriered by the above geutlemau, have
proved quite a serious conflagration. Mr. Notait,
in rescuiug his childreu, who were in one of the
upper rooms at the time, burnt himself rather se
verely.— Phila. Telegraph.
Police Affairs.
BEFORE MAYOR SIMMS
Emma Hopkins, col., was arrested by ottieür
Wirt, for drunkeuuess and disorderly conduct.—
She was fined $2 and costs, aud held tobail. ia the
sum of $200, to keep the peace.
A similar sentence was imposed on James Hus
sey, who wub arrested by officer Brickie, for the
same offence.
Sallie Russell, a confirmed vagrant, was oeut to
Now Castle for sixty days.
Alonzo Smith was arrested by officer Bernard,
for drunkennees, and fined fifty cents and costs.
Oatbresk mt luzmllavllle l amp.
LOCKING TUE GATES ON SUNDAY AND WHAT
CAME OF IT.
There was terrible alarm aud excitement at the
Laiidisville Camp Meeting ground yesterday,
wbh'h for a time had the appearance of a regular
riot.
It appears that when former camp meeting
have been held at the above place, paiticularly
local mectiiiKs. the largest delegations that would
attend them would arrive on the grounds and ho
admitted
This year, those who had direct charge of the
Natioual Camp, in order to do away with the
customary Sunday crowds of curiosity seekers
and others, determined to eloae the gates, nod al
low uo one to cuter. K appears, however, that
this determination was arrived at, alter advertise
ments had appeared Iu the various city newspa
pers, anuouneing the running of Sunday excur
sion traius to the grounds.
As usual, yesterday the trains ran over the
Reading and Columbia Railroad, and a large num
ber of people set out for the camp.
The people expressed their desire to enter the
grounds, which was ruluscd. Then commenced
a regular oulbroak ; the fence was torn down and
great excilemcut prevailed throughout the day.
—Reading Eagle of Monday.
Sunday.
From Dover.
Assault by Disoiidkbly Neoroes—The bain
—Dearth o» Nitwg.
[Special Curreapoiuleuie of the Gazette.] •'
Dover, July 27, 1873.
The usual peace aud quietnoss ol oui- towu Wus
for a time, Iasi niffht, substituted lor that ol dis
order aud coufusiou on Loocketuau street. A
party of negroes were congregated on one ol the
corners, which is a violation of one of the town
ordinances, and upon their beiug* informed of that
welt known fact by
town police came up aud wish
loug tbo aforesaid uegroe had been employed as a
preserver o! the peace ; and sharp words follow
ing therefrom, the police attempted the arrest of
the offendiug negro, who offered resistance, nud
waa assisted ky ether of the party. During the
melee the police was knocked senseless by a se
vere rap on hie ** knowledge box" with a «black
jack." The party who struck him ia aa yet
known, as he was «truck on the back of the head ;
the inun beiug behind him wbeu he. struck the
blow. The negroes have threatened violence to
the police iu case of any ruulcstatiou ef their mid
night frolics, which have of late, especially on
Saturday nights, became an intolerable nuiaance.
We need a more vigilant and impartial police
force, ss the lawless conduct is not conflued to the
of their
rty, one of the
to know how
blacks ol oar town.
The moat refreahing rain of the season visited
this locality to-day, which, It ia hoped, ia not too
lato to have a boneflcial effect upon onr peuch and
corn crop.
There seems to be a perfect dearth of local news
in tbia immediate vicinity, not even a dog fight
baa occurred during tho day for the last lew days
to mar the doll and monotonous appearance ot onr
town. B. T. L.
SCHOOL NO* I.
run irrouman or a phincipal— vbivlt or
THU XX AM I NATION
As wilt bo aeon by the proceedings of the Board
of Public Education, StanaburyJ. Willy baa been
appointed Principal of the Boys Department
Public School No. 1. Mr. Willey is a gentleman
of intelligence and culture, aud ia wall qualibed to
perform the duties of the important {waltiou to
which ho has been assigned. He has been teach
ing for several years past, formally in School I
District No. 20, New Castle county, and recently
in Prof. Reynold's Academy, this city. Al
tbeugh be did not pus examination, his record
was excellent and be woa second on tbe Bat.
It is a matter of simple justice to one of the
applicants at the examination,that tbe appoint
ment of Mr. Willey, should be explained. Out
of the seven applicants, tbe most creditable
examination was sustained by Mr. James A.
Kealy, a gentleman at present residing lu
cRy. Mr. Kealy is a graduate of Trinity Col
lege, Dublin, and ex-lnapector of tbe Public
.Schools of Ireland, and a thorough and pre
found scholar, lie is almost an entire stran
ger in this city, and unfortunately not being
possessed of his old references, college honors,
( which were loft in Ireland, and could not be
obtained in time) was possess«! of no recommen
dations in regard lo bis character as a disaplin
arian and an instructor ef ybutb. Therefore,tbe
committee, while admitting his qualifications
lor the position, as display«l by hia examination,
decided to recommend Mr. Willey, who was
well provided with recommendations as to bis
character for successful teaching.
of
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Just received one of the largest assortments
of tbe latest Spring Styles of hats and Caps in
the city which I am selling at the very lowest
Prices. My silk hats are a specialty,
examine my immense stock and yon will be
sure to be suited. LEWIS C. SPRINGER,
Hat Store. tf No. 233 Ma rket Street
Beautiful Residences, Business Stands,
«fcc., Fob Sale.—M essrs. Reynolds a Co.,
conveyancers and real estate agents, 916 Mar
ket street, advertise In another column a list
of bouses, farms, mllls Ac., for sale. In u
I ÄÄn or tüey m,y ml " f|
Call and
OF ÉDUCATION.
Rsautsa Meeting— Appout*««! or a Pnnof
pax. m No: l-Tn gut Coon roi Dim
if, . , , waaa. \
The Hoard ot Education met iu regular session
luit evening, Pretiiieut Hille« in tho chair.
The committee on teacher* reported that they
had held an examination of candidates for princi
pal of school No. !» at which there were eaten ap
plicants. The oommitteo after carefully consult
ing the examinai iou record of the Candida
weie unanimous iu rerommending the appoint
ment of SUnsburg J. Wiley, and ueked the con
tinuation of the earns. An expression of opiuiou
iu relation to the appointment beiug called for,
several members arose and expressed their high
regard lor Mr. Wile?, and thair satisfaction at his
recommendation. The report of the committee
was unanimously adopted.
On motion of Mr. Baird, the President and
heevetary ot the Board were instructed to draw
upon the City Treasurer for $20,000 for the use ot
the Board.
Mr. Mciuliiw moved that the visiting commit
tees of the various schools be authorized to have
the school heaters repaired for the coming winter.
This moLiou gave rise to a discussion us to the ex
pediency ot appointing a competent persou as iu
speotor of heaters, to utteud to all ueoratmry le
pafrs. The suggestion was received favorably,
but uo action Was tukeu upou it. Mr. Mclutirê's
motion was adopted.
Mr. Adams arose and said he understood there
wild U vacuury for Delaware iu the Naval Acade
my at Auuopjlis, Md., und thought it would he
u good idea it the llepresenativc in Congress from
this »täte, could bo induced to uppoiut a boy pus-i
mg the best exainiuuliou at school No. 1. lie ot
tered the following resolution ;
That tiie i'rcNitleut of th% Board lie
requested to open a coires|»oudtiico with iioif. H.
T. Biggs or Uou. Jus. It. LotUml, whichever bus
nppoiutiug power, nud secure if possible, lor
vacancy in the U. S. Naval Acadtiuy, the ap
pointment of a boy from school No. 1, of Him
city, who shall pass the most creditable examina
tion.
* Mr. Smith thought the competition should bo
open to 8cholure from all parts of tlio State.
Mr.Adams replied that Ids object was to keep
the competition in the schools of this city. The
resolution whh then udopted
• OR1 >iSBS.
Wilmington Coal Uaa Co., *
Bougbman, Thonius tfc Co.,
.foukiiifl& Atkiuhon,
Ueo. O'Byrne,
Crossdale & Cameron,
Curl isle & Henderson,
Brynu & Bradley,
C. F. Rudolph,
J. C. Seeds,
Floyd tfc Blankin,
S. iluvts,
Edw. Forrest,
A. Urubb & Co.,
Spcakomnu Bros.,
J5. C. Stotseuburg & Sou,
Samuel »Stanley,
H. F. Pickels,
W. F. Gellespfe.
P. Barren,
Win. If. Pierce,
Z. Pickets, •
John T. Luugrou,
Geo. Evans,
Richardson & Hoopes,
Geo. W. Vernon,
On motion the Boaid adjourned.
tfS,
lie solved
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2.80
2.10
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New Castle Item«.
FISHING rABTT— THAT CHIB AGAIN—THIS
SHOWERS.
I Special Correspondence of the Gazitti.
New Castle, July 29.
party cams over from Wilmington,
yesterday, and went down to tlis "Banks," for
a day's sport at halting, They hod very good
luck with the Hsh.but they got an awful (luck
ing when that storm of rain poured dowu,aud
came back to town looking like drowned rats.
The crlbuen are mad. Their blood lias beou
roused by repeated failures, and to-morrow
they will make another grand effort. This
time, they are resolved either to haul the crib
from the *' flats," or Jerk it into pieces by the
force of their endeavors. It lias fooled them
long enough,and now its bound to eoine. Two
scows are to bo used as lighters, to raise the
crib up slightly, after which large hooks will
secured to the bottom, aud tbeu will come,
Another
''a Iodk pull, a strong pull, and a pull alto
gether," from the taMtmhled tugs. This U
bound to letch It, or tear it to pieces ; foi the
wrath of th, etib tuen has far exceeded the
bounds of pradence, and they stop at nothing
short of the entire annihilation of the whole
concern, scowl and tugs included.
The recent Bbowers have had a
upon the surrounding country, and the fan
era are rrJGMng greatly. All rear of injury to
the remaining crops, by the drought, is now
over.
t
New«, At present, is rather scarce, and our
people era beginning to long for some excit
ing event,to breathe ate monotionouscelm.
p you informed of all events of impor
whloh may happen to this locality. W
I
will kee
tance
foundling— About 6 o'clock, this morn
ing, Prison Keeper John Murdock, while pass
ing down Washington street, discovered a
queer and rather suspicious looking bandle,
on tbestepsof Mr. Edward J effet!»' residence,
below 3iw street Upon going to the steps
and picking U np, he discovered it to be a
rather pretty male baby apparently only a few
days old, carefully wrapped up in a shew).
Mr. Murdock took the child away with him,
and left it In charge of a kind lady on Orange
street, who consented'tocareforit a few days,
until other provision 'could be made. There
was nothiog about the child's clothing or per
son to indicate its parentage, and it Is a mat
ter of mere eou jecture.as to by whom or when
if was left ait the place where it was fpund. It
is doubtless the Child of some misguided young
woman, who toplf this means pf ridding her
self of sn encumbrance, end concealing her
shamo.
I
I
National Camp Meeting at Rbhoboth.
—A project is now being dlacuBoed In oertaln
circles,.for bolding the next National Camp
Meetiug, on the grounds of the Kehoboth
Beach Camp Meeting Association. The Na
tional Camp Meeting Committee will meet in
September, when toe subject will be discuss
ed. There is a reason able prospect that this
cammittee will select ptebobotli os the next
place of meeting.
Hotel Changs.— Henry Kyle and son have
purchased the Westesn Hotel, at the 8. E. cor.
of Fourth and Orange streets. Geo. A. Garrett,
former proprietor. Mr. Garrett bas purchase!
the residence of Mr. Kyle, No.^813 Orange st.,
to which plow he will remove.
Stbdck by Lightening.—D nri
»tonn of Sunday evening, the ho
Du dec near Odessa, was struck by lightning,
und considerably damaged. Non« of th» In
mates, fortunately, Were injured.
the
3
Wm.
use
A Spec« of Wan.—W e are informed on
Ä oÄ-zjSj; Vii.
There ora favorable atop reports from Ar
kansas, where rains during the past ten days
have "brought out "the corn and iwttou'
though soma localities still complain of
drought. In Mississippi the drought has so
damaged tbe ooru (hoc only half a erop is ex
pected. The reports in regard to cotto
conflicting. In West Tennessee
prospect;
one-lmlf.
u are
the cotton
ore fair, but the c«p will yield only
IMÜflCil
«üftxarM rau mirai'
aibingtdn Lodge, No l,if h, MUi
découd and King atnate __ ,
Asylum Lodg», No 23.1 O O F, at Odd Fal
lows' Hall, Thud and King streets.
Oood loUut Division, No 3, S ol T, at HaU
Fifth and Markst a trusts.
Humanity Cirale, B U O A, HaU 604 Market
street.
Liuoolu Lodge, No 3, K et P, at Knights or
Pythias HaU, 211 Market street.
Aiuericou Star Lodge, No 1, G F, at Oood
Fellows' Hall, Third end Market streets.
Columbia Lodge, No 12.1 O Q T, at Fifth
aud Market streets.
Fidelity Temple. No. 1, True Templars, at HaU
cor. of 7th and Bpruce streets
American Bier Lodge, No. 1,1.0. of U. F., now
meets iu the UcClary BuUdiug
W
SlUlamiiiuiar Malaria.
At this season tha heat ot the sun liberates from
ths soil, the wster and the filth of cities tmmeuse
quantities of unwholesome gases which the strong
est cuu scarcely inhale with impunity, and which
develop the moat distressing diseases in the weak
and feeblo. ItjD, therefore, of paramount import
ance to invigorate the body in hot weather- Vital
ize and strengthen tbo stomach and the nervous
system with at least two doses per day of lloststter's
Stoipaoh Bittors, and you will bo sure to escape the
fits of indigestion, attacks of bilious colic, sick head
aches, diarrhoeas and dyesenteries which are io
common at this season. Be prudent. A little care
and forecast exerccised now, may prevent your be
ing prostrated by remittent or intermittent fever, or
by enruuie bowel or liver complaint throughout the
lull. When visor is oozing out of every pore under
the rays of an almost vertical sun. the genial vege
table tonic supplies to the nervous system an nli
nient which enables it to withstand the drain.
jy23 to 30
ItKUUI KH'« WKDER.
Rrqistkb's Office.
New Castle County, July 23th, 1873.
Upon the application of Joseph J. Rahman
Executor of JACOB HERMAN. late of Wilmin
ton City, in said oounty. deceased; it .»
ordered and directed by the Register that tha
Executor aforesaid, give notice of the grant
ing of Letters Testamentary upon the Estate
of the deceased, with the date of granting there
of, by causing advertisements to be posted
within forty days from the date of such Letters, in
six of the most publie places of the Ceunty of New
Castle,requiring all persona havingdemandsaKainst
the Estate, to present the same, or abide by an Ac<
of Assembly in such case made and provided. And
also cause the same to be Inserted within the same
period in the Delaware Uaxette, a newspaper pub
lished in Wilmington.and to be continued therein
two months.
Given underthe hand axdSealof Office ot
{ L.t. } the Ref isteraforesaid, at Newcastle, in Now
CastleCouBty,aforesaid, the day and year
above written. B. GIBBS, Register.
NOTICE.
All persons having claims against the Estate o'
the deceased must present the same duly atteste«
to the Executor, on or before July 2 th, 1874,
or abide the Act of Assembly iu such case made
•ad provided
Address—WilmiogloD. Del.
' JOSEPH J. REBMAN. Executor.
jy29-2m*
. FURNITURE.
pATRXOK HASSES
Carpets and Furniture
WARE BOOMS,
Aid Utlldrea's Oarrlsgs Depot,
No. 210 WEST SECOND STREET
Wllnlsghm, Bel.

Constantly on hand a large and rurlad asaortmant
of t.'arpats, Uil Cloths, Kuraaus. Tables, Stands.
Chairs, hodsread*. Looking Glawea, Clocks. Maî
tresse', aud Uouae Furnishing Goods, generally of
the latest styles and made in tha best manner, to
•hieb the attention of the Ladies and Gentlemen,
is particularly invited.
Children '» Coaches a Specialty.
Any of tha above named goods, will be (old low -
er for cash than they oea ha purchaeed at any other
bouse ia the City, or at vary moderate ret« on ia
stulmeali.
Ugving tha largest and greatest variaty of goods
ot any housp in the Cify. the publie will eonsnlt
their intareet by giving him a half before pnrehae
log elsewhere. PATRICK HASSAN.
Na 219 West Second street,
Wflminaton. Dei.
j«9 Sax
AKBRH&N k BALMSTEN,
. eikSIAL
UPfiOLSTERYIAND FINE FURNITURE
WA REROOMS
No. Uil SHIPLEY STREET,
(i> o. a. xixt's saw bbildiho,)
Making np ood laying of earpeta, mattiut and
oil olotb; spria, and hair mattraaasm furniture
oovarad and repaired; lambrequins, draperies end
window decoration!, and all balesxiot to tha bnai
n»M attandad to. Jr2-iAw-tm2S
>
Revolution in Trade!
C. A. SCHOENEFELT,
Seoond and Orange Street«,
MANUFACTURER OF
FINE FURNITUHE,
GUARANTEES SATISFAOTION.
And tell« at Price« (.ewer tbaa
other Manufacturer«.
N!NE OF TH^BfSTWOEKME^KEPT CON
PINE
WALNUT FURNITURE
A 8 PECIALTY.
CALL
I
Mater« Purchasing Elsewhere,
FINE FURNITURE.
CABINETS,
SIDEBOARDS
,o ord * r -
Rapalrloi of every description, neatlyand
dltloualy dons.
Capp Boat Chpirs raaeqtgd.
•»PS
loît-t
^IMtiEL A. NACAUU1ER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND SOLICITOR IF j JUANCERY
«jotjoa-.aeuwiarkat^trast, WU mins ton. Dal
PtAXOS AXD OMANS,
PIANOS
£
V
For $290.00 and upwards.
■I
ORGANS
For $45.00 and upwards a
For ossh or un lost aiment«, at
HOBELBN 4c BBO'S Warerooms,
(UP aTAIRS.)
tlO Market Mreet.
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JAS. N. CLEMMER.
SOLE AGENT FOR
STIENWAY & SON'S
PIA-ISTOS,
AND
J. ISTEY '8 COTTAQE ORGANS,
410 Market Street.
9 A. M.. TO 5 P. M.
OFFICE HOURS
TEACHING HOURS 7 to 9 A. M.. and 3 to 8 P. M.
Jel7_ _ _
J. H. BLEYER.
410 Orange at. Wilmington, Del.
PRACTICAL
PIANO and ORGAN TUNER,
Pinnos, Cabinet and Church Organa
carefully tuned and repaired.
Over twenty years experience In th,
business. ' je'23ia
ffrUl
SMITH & BREEN.
W. E. Cor. Fourth and Shiploy Btg.
Constantly on hand the nest brands of
FAMILY FLOUK
at lowest market prices.
Bye and Unbolted Flour, Wbite and
Yellow Corn Meal.
0AT-MB.YL, a superior article always on hand
Flower, VPKilabis and Field >
Seed«.
m
All kinds of
;bird seed,
Ie3-6m
fresh and re-clesned.
ROBERT HUTTON,
PRACTICAL
fLUMRKR AND GAS FITTER,
No. 109 Mine «Irr 4-1,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
The aubecriber woehl inform the ciUxcni of
Wilmington and vicinity, that ho ia prepar
ed to do all kinds of Plumbing und Gaa Fit
ting in the heat manner, at short notice und on
rraaonabls term
iSe-fim
4i
ROBERT HUTTON.
WASHINGTON
Livery, Sale and Feed Stahle«,
SJflPLEY S|., ABOVE 'Ad,
JOHN ATKINdON, (late ot Newark.) Prof.
A new and first class stock of H0RSE9
aqi OARRIAOBS tor hire; always in sta
and for tale. Good and prompt driv
, era. Horses fed by the day or week.—
Teams from the county carefully attended to. with
obliging hostlers and constant attention by the pro
prietor to the whishes the publia, he hopes to do
ser? apd receive a liberal
Je27-tf
■ Jl!L__l! i ——
pstrouts.
JOHN ATKINSON.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
LINEN DRILLS,
LINEN DUOIVS,
LINEN SUITS,
WHITE SUITS,
LINEN LAWNS,
LINEN HERN AN IS,
Summer Gloves,
HOSIERY
fi
Ac., Ac., Ac.
"T« p.reoaa preparing for warm weather, whatb
J r at horns or to laava town, oar aeaortmentwill bo
ouad very 4oa|rajde."
ORAN VILLE WORRELL,
8UO aiid'SMt) iUariA'et Street.
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A. J. SPRINGER,
M ROOFER Mi SHEET IROH WORKER
a. IE EAST SECOND ITBEEY,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Tha reptirinc or StoTta, Heaters and Rams*
ndod to with deapatoh. Work or all kinds in my
, » .PVi» and repaired. Hatisfaotlon guaranteed.
A full lino, of HOUSE FURNISUINtf GOOD« of
arery description, such os Tin. Wooden and Willow
Ware, Ao„ constantly on baud. ie0-3m
at
fJ'IIE
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK,
Mp. 4 W. Tblr 0 Street.
jijji., J. F. Wal»i. M. D.. Pros't, John F. MHIjr,
ORGE W. BUSH A BUN
a Raduotlou o? H ^° H " 4
Om Dollar par Tea.
SOU

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