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INAL and pertinent.
jn Victoria'* income is over $2,000,
r annum.
prince of Wale* contrive* to live on
)0 per year.
first ten of our President* averaged
! year* of life.
bling saloon* in Nevada are taxed
ery three months.
!
w Bedford darkey bit off another
lip. Big mouthful,
logs have been discovered in Cali
300 feet'below the surface.
Illustration
t generates motion,
all boy sitting down on a hot coal.
n
Zanzibar bonnet is the latest novelty,
miners are getting in-Sultan,
inville, Ind., porker lately ate 13
[-mile rows of potatoes for braek
Prob. sends it along without asking
[her we will have it hot or cold, or
[ingelow says the "g" in her name
[ It would make her name sound
^•ous otherwise.
forlv-two churches in Troy, N.
yet there arc more cock fights there
[ay than in any other city in the
are
[ston paper notes that a dry goods
lliat city "wasengulfed in thefinan
L" It was swept away by the ra
lers.
1st make a woman feel mean to take
(write two or three farewell letters,
I iter husband, and theu be saved by
lit pump.
(Green, of Minnesota, has shot three
I calling his sister "stubnosed," and
hie opinion in that neighborhood is
linrit her nose.
plartranft, in response to an invita
■sents to visit the Chester County
Rural Fair, to be held at -West
Penna., this week,
garter buckles, upon which there
cute spray of flowers, in stones of
color, or the owner's monogram,
in that line.
be tiie past week a Troy robin has
h a cat in a single combat, and a
Incisco lien has carried a rat to a
Lilt and drowned him.
burial triumphs of Mrs. Hicks con
England; and it is said that there
b more Ilicksites in London tlmn
Ire were in Pennsylvania.
Iild-headed Bolton, Connecticut,
In tried the experiment of going
Ided for two years, lias now a lux
lead of hair, the result of exposure
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[Jersey tlian in any other State in
bn. They have to take in their
lines at night; the mosquitoes bite
[two.
lecher in his speech at the Ilay
Invention failed to point out the
K between sneezes of salutation,'
V inspiration, paroxysmal sneezes
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and
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in or
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p't&une finds Presidential discus
htirely flat. Nobody says a word
and it is doubtful if any one who
linself a candidate thinks much
Rfv
non
tm,
liern
trail
kshire gentleman recently left
nil went to the better world, after
screed that his favorite horse
iver do any more work. That's
> make a horse laugh.
A. Halsey, ex-Congressman and
ui candidate for Governor of
tlie last election, is among the
*' 8 at the United States Hotel,
Branch.
Ionian suffrage people had thirty*
I vott ' s in the Massachusetts l*eg
[ llat State would plunge head
P ** lc great experiment—if she
knge her mind.
P. A. Woodward, of Baltimore,
r completed his full-length por
|e late Johns Hopkins. It
| r tlie Maryland Institute School
|d Design.
I*rles Lanman, the well-known
j the " Dictionary of Congress,
Life of Daniel Webster," &c.,
"early ready for the press, and
s, ' at an early day, " Biographi
* l * le Civil Government of the
during its First Century,
Hi d and official resources. The
contain about 7,000 biographical
* n d 8,000 additional names of
0 have been connected with the
ln t since the Declaration of In.
r* ^ will also embrace the
j Representative*, and Senators
peeved in the Continental and
Kresses, Federal and State Ju
reign Ministers, executive offi
r * departments of the nation,
F I* 1 ® Governors of State* and
r Wlt * 1 a l #r g* amount of tabular
r "kulated to illustrate the
P present condition of the Gov
1 'w United States.
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•JHOMAM a
LALI T,
VO. MU MARKET STREET,
REAL ESTATE AGENT', CONVHTAN
CER AND NOTAR- PUBLIC.'
aug2S-tf
pOR SALS.
SO,600 FIRST MORTGaG. BONDS,
OF THE
BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION,
OF WILMINGTON,
SECURED BY REAL ESTATE WORTH
Jr OUR TIMES THE AMOUNT.
Interest payable quarterly—May, August,
November. February.
R. R. ROBINSON A CO.,
BANKERS,
FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS,
aug. 23
WILMINGTON, DEL.
LEGAL.
ENRY C. TURNER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
602% Market St.,
H
aug 23-ly
Rear office.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
EDMUND B. FRAZER, Notary Public,
Third & Market streets (Telegraph Build
ing,) Wilmington. Collecting bills made a
specialty. aug 23-ly
JJENRY C. CONRAD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office— No. 002% Market St.
aug23-tf
jy ALTER CUMMINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office:—N o. 512 King street, next door to
the Post office, Wilmington, Del. aug23tim
HATS A CAPS.
E. DUBELL,
c.
THE HATTER,
No. 2, East Third Street,
Wilmington, Del.
aug 23-tl
BANKERS.
RAIG, JOHNSON & CO.,
c
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Sixth a Market Sts., Wilmington, D xl.
NEW YORK AND PHILADEL. STOCKS
BOUGHT A SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Every facility afforded lor persons desir
ing to deal or Invest In Stocks, Bonds or
Teiegraj his quotations received con
stantly during tne day. eng. 23
BLANK BOOKS.
jyJARTIN JOHNSTON,
BOOK BINDER,
BOOK BINDER,
HAS ALL THB ARPOINTMENTs OF A
COMPLETE ESTABLISHMENT.
And U not surpassed by any other house
in tnls elty In ablfity to do good
work and HU large orders.
BLANK BOOKS
BLANK BOOKS
A SPECIALTY.
address.
MARTIN JOHNSTON,
aug23-tf. 429 Shipley Bt„Wilmington t Del.
_lank kook $ emorandum books.
Poctoet Books, Albums, Pens, Inks, Slates,
and all kinds of Stationary.
CENTENNIAL NEWS OFFICE AND
STATIONARY STORE,
607 Market Street.
B
aug23-lm
HOSIERY.
TUST OPENED.
A new and beautiful assortment
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES.
Also a new and eholee arrertment of
Hamburg Eugings,
Staplh and Fancy TrikmiNUs.
Rum-lings, Lachs, Fringes, do., «o.
8. H. BTAATS,
No. 4V Marxist By.
*«g28-tf
T ALLEN.
PRACTICAL BARBER,
Ne, 8 IF. Smith Stb*.
w.
Bair Cat^*»4»iwnFOOinf, and Dptaf
•very style.
Ty 1LMINGTOM A READING B. R.
^SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
am Am arm
THURLDAY, JUNE 10th, 1876,
Train* will run a* follows*
Going Northward.
No.5,No.S,No.l. stations No.2£Io.4,No.6.
p.m. p.m ,a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.
8-45 4-35 8.15 Wilmington 10.12 8.20 8.23
10.28 &21 7.12 Chadd's Ford 9.24 7.34 1.35
1.29 6.30 8.20 Coatesvllle 8.25 6.35 11.10
3.44 7.32 9.26 Sprlngdeld 7.12 5.25 9.26
5.17 8.69 10.08 Birdsboro' 6.34 4.49 7 50
6.21 8.42 10.42 Reading 6.00 4.15 6.50
Going Southward.
Nos. 5 and 6 are freight trains with passen
ger car attached.
CONNECTIONS:
At Wilmington with trains on the Phila
delphia, Wilmington & Baltimore and Del
aware Railroads. _ ._
At Chadd's Ford with trains on P. &. B. C.
At CoateBvllle with trains on Penna. R. R.
and at Reading with trains on Phlla.A Read
ing, Leb. Va., and East Penna, and Reading
<fe Columbia Railroad, and the Reading &
Lehigh Railroad.
aug21-tf
E. COLLINS,
General Superintindent.
IIILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
MAY 81,1876.
Trains will leave Wilmington as fol
Phlladelphia and Intermediate Stations,
7.00. 8.10, 8.20, 9.47, 10.80 a. m., 2, 4.15,7.20,9.30
p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 1.31 a. m„
12.17,12.42,5.42, p.m.
Baltimore and Intermediate Stations,
12.52, 10.02, a. m. 5.20 p.m. „
Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 2.03,
10.02, a. m„ 12.56, 1.23,5.20.7.10 p. m,
Trains lor Delaware Division, leave for
New Castle, 5.00, 6.20,9.25, a. m., 1.25,0.40,
P, Harrlngton and Intermediate Stations,
5.00, 0.25 a. m., 0.40, p. m.
Del mar and Intel mediate Stations, 5.00,
9.25, a. m.
P
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations,
8.10, a. m„ 4.45,6.30, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 1.31 a. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 12.52, 2.03
a. m.
For further Information passengers are
referred to tlie time tables posted at the
H. F. KENNEY, Supt.
depot,
aug 23-tf
C HANGE OF HOURS—WILMINGTON
& WESTERN RAILROAD.-Cpmmenc
ing Monday. September 14th, 1874, Trains
will run as follows:
Leave Wilmington 10.30 a.m.,and 5.35 p.m.
Leave Landenberg 6.45 a.m., and 1.30 p.m.
Arrive Wilmington 7,55 a.m., and 3.15 p.m
Arrive Landenberg 12.15 p.m.,and 6.50 p.m.
. CONNECTIONS—At Wilmington, with
P. W. & B. and Delaware R. R. trains. At
Landenberg with Penna. & Delaware R. R.
DAVID CONNELL, Sup.
aug 23-tf
DRY HOODS.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
JACQUELINE CORSET!
Conceded by all who have tried it to be
the most perfect-fitting, and at the same
time easiest corset made.
Buy one pair, and you'll wear no other.
PRICE, 81.00.
For sale only by
WM. M. KENNARD & CO,
306 Market Street.
WM. M. KENNARD & CO.
3C6 Market Street.
SUPERIOR
BLACK DRESS GOODS
—A—
SPECIALTY!
aug 23-tf
j^LL SUMMER GOODS .
to be closed out, regardless of Cost, before
receiving
NEW FALL GOODS.
CALI. AT
NO. 6, BAST SECOND STREET.
E. LARKIN.
aug 23-tf
A GRAND EYCURSION.
A grand excursion will take place Imme
diately after reading this valuable paper
once over.
You ean take the city car which stops <U
rectly in ft-ont of ,
JEFFERIS* DRY GOODS AND TRIM
MING STORE,
NO. 508 MARKET BTRHETS.
(Next door to Every Evenln office.)
BARGAINS THROWN BEFORE THE
PUBLIC DAILY.
Store opens at 8 o'clock, a. m., and closes
at 8.30.
ALPACA, ALPACA, from 25 cents to 81.25.
25 Cent press Goods In Plain and Plaid.
MUSLINS AT CITY PRICES.
Trimmings In all variety.
Fringes, Fingers, at 12%c. per yard.
Don't delay, but com* Immediately and
get Bargains while they are going.
We study to. pi ease.
augV-M
« W. B. JEFFERIS.
dBOCERIES.
AND FEED,
pLOWB
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
FLOUR IN PAPEA SACKS FOR STORES
A*S ECIALTY.
ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT
ENTION.
K. L. CANBY,.
aug23-tf N. E. cor. Ninth and Shipley.
jyjARTIN FARRELL,
FLOUR AND FEED STORE,
*
N. W. COR. FIFTH AND WALNUT STREETS.
WILMINGTON, DEL. aug23-lm
^ HITE WINE VINEGARS.
POTTED MEATS, (ALL KINDS.)
LIMES.
HAM, TONGUE, TURKEY, CHICKEN, DUCK,
LOBSTER.
Canned Salmon and Lobster.
SARDINES AND SHADINES.
LeMarchands "Boneless" Sardines.
PATE-DE-FOIE-GRAS.
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S ENGLISH PICKELS.
LA CROIX CIDER IN BOTTLES.
The finest imported Sauces and Catsups.
Edinburgh "Albert" Biscuits.
Pearce's Phila. Biscuits, all kinds.
THE BEST BRANDS WESTERN HAMS, TONGUES
AND DRIED BEEF.
All goods strictly first-class.
J. P. ALLMOND'S,
Eighth and Market Streets.
aug23-ly
c
OFFEES.
The best quality of Mild and Strong Cof
fees, selected especially for retail—always
freshly roasted, and at the lowest fair
price.
BOWMAN,
Second and King Streets.
TEAS.—No better assortment of all varie
ties than that offered by
BOWMAN, SECOND AND KING,
Can be found in town. Prices from 40 cents
to 81.30 per pound, and no trushy goods at
any price.
Cheap Sugar; Pure Spices; Cider Vinegar;
New Mackrel, and a first-class assortment
of goods in ills line, always at the lowest
fair price.
BOWMAN, SECOND AND KING.
scpt2-tf.
e
MEDICAL.
JNVALIDS ATTENTION.
Invalids suffering from diseased lungs,
liver, or other Internal organs, can find tne
COMFORT OF A HOME, with the most ap
proved mode of medical treatment.
THE SITUATION IS EXCELLENT AND
THE LOCATION HEALTHY
TURKISH, HOT AND SHOWER
BATHS
In the house, and sea bathing convenient
for those who desire It.
GUNNING, FISHING AND OTHER
SPORTS .
Can be enjoyed by those who are well
enough to participate.
Particular attention paid to the treatment
•f RHEUMATISM and SPINAL AFFEC
TIONS.
For further particulars, respecting terms)
treatment, etc., address
L H. D. KNOWLES, M. D.,
Box 5, Lewes, Del.
vug. 17
TAILORS.
KAUFMANN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Second story of
No. 4 EAST THIRD STREET^
been "eutter" for first-class estab
A.
Having
llshments In New York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, and for several years In Wilming
ton, and having In all cases satisfied the pa
trons of those establishments, bow proposes
to deal directly with his own customers.
He will now add to his own skill every
facility for supplying
GOOD WORK AT LOW PRICES.
A carefolly-selected stock of goods, a
corps of experienced hands, and a long prac
tical experience on his part will be at once
available for the use'of nls
tomers, who are cordially invited to give
him a call. aug27-tf
friends and cus
^ILLIAM QUINN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
132 Market Street.
aug 26-lm
TOHN H. MUHLHACSBN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
' NO. 415 KING STREET,
muKKonr, Del.
Has on hand a Choioe Stock of FALL AMS
WINTER GOODS on hand. Chll and see
augffi-lm
EDUCATIONAL
PRIMART SCHOOL,
-t SELECT SCHOOL,
NORMAL. AND COLLKGIATB PREPAR
ATORT SCHOOL,
And
MECHANICAL AND COMMERCIAL
COLLEGE,
of the
STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
TY,
^^^tlSGOO^HARKNESS,
Instruction.
HARLAN, M. D. f
HENRY L. SCHwiSffl
Instruction,
PANCOST ALLEN,
Instruction.
REV. JOHN WILSON, A. M.,
Lectures.
HENRY C. CONRAD, LL. D.,
Lectures.
FRANCOIS HENRY LOUBIGNAC, B. L.
Instruction.
J. JACKSON PEARCE,
Instruction.
WILLIAM T. WESTBROOK,
Practical Telegraphy.
EDWARD L. RICE, Jb.,
Instruction.
ANNA B. JEFFERI8,
Instruction.
IR,
:r,
Tuition
Book rent
80 to 818 per term.
20c. to 81
No "surprises" in expenses.
Special estimates, with unexceptional ac
commodations in the best families, will be
furnished for board, Ac. Our "Educational
Bulletin," is worthy the attention of every
yeuth and every parent with a ehlld to edu
cate. Sent gratis with pleasure to any ad
dress and free at the book and news stores.
Seats can be securod now. Twenty-eighth
term opens 0 o'clock a. m., Monday, Septem
ber 8,1875.
For further information, you will please
address, Your obedient servant,
septl-tf JOHN C.- HARKNESS.
UGBY ACADEMY.
R
A COLLEGIATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
MASONIC TEMPLE, WILMINGTON, DEL.
DR. SAMUEL W. MURPHY, A. M., PRIN
CIPAL,
assisted by able Teachers.
The FALL TERM will begin on MONDAY,
' SEPT. 6th, 1875.
Parents and guardians who wish to secure
seatsfor their children are invited to call on
the Principal, who can be found at the Aca
emy every day from 8 to 11 o'clock.
aug24-lm
BOOTS A SHOES.
JUNE BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PRICES AT
S. E. COR. 7th AND POPLAR STREETS.
Having taken the above named stand, I
friends and the pub
Ladle's,
respectfully inform my
lie that I am prepared i
Misses' and Child
to sell Men's,
ren's
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS.
made of excellent material and in the best
manner at the lowest rates, and gurantee
satisfaction.
Custom work made in the best style at
respect
moderate prices. Public patronage
fully solicited.
* aug23-3m MICHAEL DANAHEE.
NEPRICEI ONE PRICE!!
GO TO T*HK
o
N. E. COR- OF 9TH. AND SPRUCE STS.,
if you want first class boots and shoes at
the lowest price. Hand made boots and
shoes, and gaiters cbeaper than the cheap
WILLIAM HOUCK.
est.
aug24.1y
J-OB PRINTING
DONE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
AT THE
'HERALD OFFICE,
509 SHIPLEY STREET, WILMINGTON
QFFICE
or TH«
HOWE SEWING MACHINEJCO. •
814 Market Sybixt,
Wllmlngtcn,
Oeiswant
MGM4a
AiCnONKBRS.
T MERRICK'S BAZAAR,
•URTH AND WALNUT SI'S., WIU
MINGTON, DEL.
AUCTION SALES EVERY SAURUPAY
MORNING AT 10% O'CLOCK,
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29m
A Large Assortment of
NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES
AND HARNESS.
Oi various styles, aAd or tne nest manoouw
tures of our city and elsewhere, and a nam
ber of HORSES; two good FARM WAG
ON.S. AI way* on hand, a large (took for
sale or exchange for second-hand won.
The largest assortment of new and second
hand Carralgea, double and single harms*
in Wilmington may be seen at our BOauZ
Boy mare, 6 years old. 15%
warranted sound and kind 1
double harness. ipg
Buggy, wagon and harness.
aug23-tf
hands h
n single i
J. A W. MERRICK'
C. FRAIM,
R.
AUCTIONEER.
314 King Street.
aug 23-tf
t
L W. STIDHAM A SON.
. AUCTIONEERS.
Ill East Fourth Street.
aug23-t(
rpHOS. M. OGLE,
aug 28-tf
AUCTIONEER.
512 King Street.
J OHN S. ROWBOTHAM,
A
AUCTIONEER,
No. 6 East Fonrth Street. •
aug 23-tf
UNDERTAKERS.
|JEDHOLDT A BUCHMAN,
UPHOLSTERS AND CABINET MAWirwa
Furniture made, covered and repaired,
Slip oovers cut and made,
CARPETS AND MATTING
H inging of Cnrtaln and
Window Shades, a specialty.
PICTURES FRAMED,
and all appertaining to the business,neatly
and promptly attended to. v
403 SHIPLt.Y ST.
made and ia
aug 23-6m
JMIOMAS MORAN,
CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER
305 WEST FRONT STREET,
S!'i r ^ , , ur l s a . U klnds of F<ne*Cabinet
, J V, )est , ™ a| iner. Strict and care
ful attention paid to undertaking.
THOMAS MORAN.
aug23-lm
FURNITURE.
jyjR. P. HASSAN,
Having returned to his old stand.
No. 219 WEST SECOND ST.-,
Calls attention to his full supply of
HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
Including Furniture,
Pictures, Looking Glasses,
Clocks, Ac.
To which he has also added the Under
taking Business in all Its branches.
N. B.—House open all night, and night
calls promptly attended to.
aug 23-lmo
SPORTING GOODS.
HINDLE A CO.,
A.
BASE BALL EMPORIUM,
812 Market St.,
Sporting goods of all kinds,
aug 23-tf
RESTAURANTS.
QSLY
where you can get a First-class Meal toott
Cents,
AT AINSCOW'S.
Open on market mornings from 4 in tb«r
morning 'till 12 at night, dining rooms
under the Third street market house, en
trance on King street,
aug23-ly_
PLACE IN THE CITY
WINES A LIQUORS.
N STORE THE FOLLOWING FINK
WHISKIES:
Hannlsvllle Pure Rve, 1873.
A. Overholt A Co.'s - ure Rye, 1871-72-73!.
Hyatt A Clark's (Sherwood) Pure RyeJBHL
V4W, (IXL) Rye and Malt, 1869.
Having Btored the above Whiskies prior
the inereuse of tax, they will be aoM
without any advance In price.
FRANCIS KELLY,
No. 103 Market St.
aug 23-tf
ICE.
JCE
HAVING LAID IN A LARGER STOCK
OF ICE
Than ever before, of excellent quality.ao<
thickness, (12 to 15 inches,) we ail*
now ready for the season of
1875, at the following
prices:
ICE.
5 pounds dally
8jmf" "
12 »" " .
25 cents a weoft
.35
..50
16 *
66
75
25
90
30
and over at
% cent per pound.
40 cents per 100 Ea.
100
at
ICE BY THE TON AT LOW RATER
Cootroots for the season aa low as the lo w *
est.
We pride ourselves In having obtaiMS
the most
CAREFUL. POLITE, AND ACCOMMiV
dating Drivers
In the city for all our route*. «
Give us a call before going elsewhere.
WALTON * BRO.,
No. 2 West Third Street
Or 15th and King 8«G
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