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Mis, Bloomer, feiri a pin-back now.
bloody is very particular in his dress.
Th« London policy force consists of 9292
" Swinburne is writingsOWek tragedy in
English.
San Francisco lias 'SSI unmarried female
teachers.
Lucca is going to "farewell" through
TINENT.
Germany.
Carl Formes is teaching music in San
Francisco.
California lias 230,000 children under 15
rears of age.
' The horse that Grant rode at Vicksburg
sold for $50
Branch is without a driver of
Lo -" g . d
four-in-hand.
One of the first symptoms of the epizootic
—Hoarse-nes*.
A new vine disease is doing great dam
age in Germany.
A Connecticut ghost supplies fresh
tropical flowers.
[ Schneider, the opera bouffist, is on the
Lhady side of
I Elaborately carvel furniture is coming
Into stye again.
I The Pennsylvania Railroad operates
1615 miles of road. 1
I A. E. Rice is the new Democratic Mayor
|f Waterbury Conn.
I President Grant declinei the invitation
I visit San Francisco'
I Lady Thornton and her daughters have
Iturned to Washington.
■ A Vermont sheep whips all the fighting
logs in the neighborhood.
I The Chinese have progressed far enough
ft have street letter boxes.
a
[The Emperor William will leave Baden
lr Italy on the 16th instant.
[Lord Houghton is visiting Boston and
[stir/ places in the vicinity.
[Charlie Boss is beginning to be found in
Irious [tacos in England now.
Eme. Jennie Van Zandt nrriqed in New
fork on Monday in the Baltic.
[jeliali Glieer, the Great Xlognl, of India,
[ye a dinner that cost $300,000.
[The statement that Geo. L. Fox was par
rzed is said to be a Yankee story.
|A large brewing firm in Glasgow lias
bnn importing California barley for their
the
c.
ix-Governor William Bigler, of Penn
rania, is at the St. Nicholas Hotel New
Hie latest fashion in medicine, the drink
of blood lor consumption, hup passed
av.
f'liiia Dickinson says that during the
|t lecture season she railroaded it
|00U miles.
rlr. Childs, of the Philadelphia Xei/yer,
l liamlsomely paid in $10,000 for stock
Itlie Centennial.
Ihe condition of Mr. Booth prevents his
[■ng up arms against a sea of troubles, as
[ of 'em is lame.
lawes has gone to stump Ohio. He
hped Massachusetts for an inflationist
[year, you know.
[lie beauty of the English lake district
Nig utterly ruined by railways, facto
and coal smoke.
over
aug
[hdei W hstlles' V Guernsey, of Dn
R'le, la., has won the John*A. I'orter
P/prize of $250 at A'ale.
lev Dr. Foss will be publicly inaugu
L 1 '! yttober 21 as President of Wesley
II utvcmty, Middletown, Conn,
tbarles Warren Stoddard, now in Scot
lj, intends to make a joumev round the
1U and write letters to the San Fran
B Uircnul:.
NEW
Pi? J jlL 'k> of San Francisco, thinks
L. ™. lnt Hamilton, in Santa Clara
F'.V'U suitable site for bis $800,000
h'Jtury, '
ing
Gold.
p.Adriondao Murray began his new
rf™ venture in Mtisic Hall, Bos
asl night, and declared liis
entirely independent.
,D ' C , Webster's Marshfield estate is
™uwu from l'o00 acres to nearly
I Kln "l Purchase of about 400 acres,
homestead retains the character
unsold ownership, though most of
ps in the library have been re
stantly
movement
HAS
'""SuratloB or the Jieksun
[ Statue.
Ik '* ^ tl,nt '"' a11 brigade and oilier
V- . r ''K lni ent9 of the army of
I ' frgnua are expected to be pres
li ,"n"f llration °f the statue of
Lni v Jilc kson,in Capitol Square,
ilv mm a 7 i 01 !, ^ ,e 26th of October,
t for 6ra V 1 8 unt ^ hotels have been
k !ls ''"Tacks by the military
kiln., , e citizens of Richmond will
[,f.„ ' Wltl > necessary blankets, ra
L.,i Jubal A. Early publishes
ff tin, t 10 m ® ra * Jers of the Associa
[he is',,r"' ,V i IVo '' t,iern Virginia, (of
L t0 ,i esu 'cnt,) to send strong dele
late T| Un r Vt » Iin ? from every South
ri'soind'r ° ,°" rin 8 inscription has
• , r ii'e statue: On the cap of
Ll 0 J, J, 1 l ilr S e letters, Stonewall Jack
ther i! f T° n ' face the pedestal,
"all 1 " ''D'cltaon, standing like a
1- ' w«. JJee, at first Battle o
#a«.
/'
j) f - ♦*♦ -__
fctioij *?!*/ '""I J lls ' niade a brief
Ihen t|] PV ' ! UJat '? n an< l discovered
W to th. , 8 ? Ve „ that J'orse he sot
f kooh j, , tent ot and that the
pH il? "mounted to $169.45,
li"' J 0 (tlie liiif 1 ^, ,lim at ids sale
Uut he t|,!, K f ' < ollar '''amp a coun-
K uX b he . can work it oft - ;,
kked • .f^ount-book with a slam,
woive ' ir Jt 18 n 'ore blessed to give
,J " u
-'
1,1:l8 got to sit t0 . J' ome,nber that a
!lt s| 'c ean'V V "jfcwys °n a liorse,
Sl0V(! . it doei ' Cr <Cet 011 the
Borne 8 ? em as if tW might
W S0,uu «travagances.-D,,v 0i v
">g pull-back dre-
.-•SCS.
BEA U ESTATJB., ■
'JOtOMA* a. uu t.
NS. «H MARKET ITTflT.
REAL ESTATE AGENT, SONVBYAN
CBR AND N9TAK1 PUBLIC
augX'-tf
poll SAM.
SS.600 FIRST MORTSaS i BONDS,
OF THE
BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION,
OF WILMINGTON,
SECURED BY REAL ESTATE WORTH
FOUR TIMES THE AMOUNT.
NoTeXr P Kbrua q r^ rter,y " M * y ' An « u * t -
R. R. ROBINSON A
BANKERS,
*
FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS,
nug23-tf

p.
,

9.25,
WILMINGTON, PEL.
LEGAL
JJENRY C. TURNER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
602% Market St.,
aug 23-ly
Rear office.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
EDMUND B. FRAZER, Notary Public,
^''ttlAMarket streets (Telegraph Build
ing,) Wilmington. Collecting bills made a
specialty. * aug 2 3_ ly
8.10,
a.
JJENRY C. CONRAD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office-No. 602<4 Market St.
^y AI/x ' EK CUMMINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFtCE :—No. 512 King street, next door to
the Post office, Wilmington, Del. aug236m
aug23-tf
C
ing
will
P.
HATS CAPS.
c.
E. DUBELL,
8
THE HATTER,
the
his
as
He
No. 2, East Third Street,
Wilmington, Del.
aug 23-tI
BANKERS.
QRAIG, JOHNSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKBRS,
Sixth a Market Srs., Wilmington, D el.
NEW YORK AND PHILADBL. STOCKS
BOUGHT A SOLD ON UOMMISSION.
J3
Erery facility afforded for persons desir
ing to deal %r invest in Stocks. Bends
Gold.
or
Telegraj hi* quotations received con
stantly during the day. aug.23lf
Old
BLANK BOOKS.
JJARTIN JOHNSTON,
BOOK BINDER,
BOOK BINDER,
HAS ALL THB ARPOINTMENTs OF A
COMPLETB ESTABLISHMENT.
And Is not surpassed by any other house
in tuis city In ability to do good
work and Mil large orders.
BLANK BOOKS
BLANK BOOKS
A SPECIALTY.
ADDRESS,
MARTIN JOHNSTON,'
aug23-tf. 420 Shipley St.. Wilmington, Del.
Slate
HOSIERY.
UST OPENED.
A new and beautiful assortment
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
GAUZE MERINO UNDERWEAR,
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES.
Also a new and choice arrertment of
Hambur# Edgings,
Staple and Fancy Tkikhinss,
Rufflinqs, Laces, Fkixces, &o., Ac.
S.. H. STAATS,
No. 417 llAIUBT St.
Back
AND
aug23-tf
N.
of
JAVE YOU HE.VBD THE HEWS !
That at HO Market street they arc selling
new styles
FLA ID, FLAIN AND ItEPP GOODS
from 25 to 75 cents ■
ALL WOOL CASHMERES.
From 75 tents to 31.50
BLACK ALAPACAS,
From 25 cents to $1.00.
ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH,
Best Qualities, 50 cents,
prices. Large assortment
of cloth for men and boys wear. Full line ol
notions. Don't forget the place,
E. FELLlilMER,
110 Market street, Wilmington, Del.
N. B.—Fine usmrtmeiit blaik silks fr.,n.
jfl.90 to 33,00, pcpiotf
the
taaug.
Blankets at all
N
railroads. , .
-
yy»iUNQTON *R«AI)INU^.B.
INOOB iRltaVGMUff.
MiMirm
WTTBSDAY, JUNE llth, IS*,
Trains wll
Gnlag Nnrtbward.
No.5,No.S,No.l.
•s follows:
Going Southward.
a*a»osrs No.2£4o.4,No.6.
lit lU c c ^± ord 9 34 7 M k35
8.44 7.32 8.26 Springfield
Al7 8.99 14.48 Birds boro'
8.21 1.42 l#.42 Reading
8.26 6.35 11.10
7.12 5.26 8.26
6.34 4.48 7 50
6.08 4 15 6.50
Nos. 5 and 6 are freight trains with passen
ger car attached.
CONNECTIONS:
At Wilmington witk trains on the Phila
delphia. Wilmington A Baltimore and Del
aware Railroads.
At Chadd's Ford with trains on P. A. B. C.
AW»
At Coatesvlll* with trains on Penna. R. R.
and at Reading with trains on Phila.A Read
ing, Leb. Va., and East Penna, and Reading
* Columbia Railroad, and the Reading &
Lehigh Railroad.
aug24-tf
E. COLLINS,
Seneral Superintindent.
P HILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
MAT 31,1875.
Trains will leave Wilmington as fol
lows, for
„ „ „ . and Intermediate Stations,
7.86,8.10, 8.20,8.47, 10.30 a. m., 2, 4.15,7.20,8.30
p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 1.81
12.17,12 42,5.42, p. m.
, BaHlmpre 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, 6.11, 6.28,9.25, a. m.. 1.25.6.40
p» m ' '
Harrington and Intermediate Stations.
5.00, 6.25 a. m., 6.40, p. m.
Delmar and Intermediate Stations. 5.00.
9.25, a. m.
Ph
V
a. m,
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations.
8.10, a. m„ 4.45,6.30, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 1.81 a. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 12.52. 2.03
a. m.
For further information passengers are
referred to the time tables posted at the
depot.
aug 28-tf
II. F. KENNEY, Supt.
ties
C HANGE OF HOURS—WILMINGTON
& WESTERN RAILROAD.-Commenc
ing Monday, September
will run as follews :
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
£Uj!Y. e J; aild, -" nber S l2 - 15 P.m.,and 650 p.m.
CONNECTIONS.—At Wilmington, with
P. W. & B. and Delaware R. R. trains. At
Landenberg with Penna. & Delaware R, R.
DAVID CONNELL, Sup.
llth, 1874, Trains
Can
to
any
New
of
fair
8 ug 23-tf
DRY GOODS.
^LL SUMMER GOODS
be closed out, regardless of Cost, before
receiving
NEW FALL GOODS.
CALI, AT
NO. 5, EAST SECOND STREET.
E. LARKIN.
aug 23-tf
JOSEPH L. RILEY,
SAIL AND AWNING MAKER,
E. Cor. Fourth and King
R epairing Promptly attended to.
proved
STREET,
seplO-ly
JtOSTON BROWN BREaD
IS VERY GOOD FOR DYSPEPSIA.
2,000 LOAVES ARE SOLD EVERY DAY BY
' JACOB STUCK,
And at the Branch Store,
S. E. Cor. Third and Poplar Streets,
Aug.28-lmt
J3 WALTER,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
208 SOUTH STREET,
•PHILADELPHIA, PA.
The Cheapest Place in the City for Watches.
Old Gold, Silver and Second-handed Watch
es bought.
Sept.26
JJABY CARRIAGES,
Cheap 1 Cheap,'! Cheap!
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
ADAMS A BROTHER.
506 Market street,
Wilmington.
augS-Iy
pL*ASE NOTICE
THAT YOU WILL FIND
Books, Magazines, Newspapers,
Blank Books, Writing Paper,
Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Initial Papers^
Slate Pencils, Lead Pencils, Steel Pens,
School Slates, Mucilage, Ink, Penholders,
Dominos, Checkeis and Boards,
Is
Back Gammon Boards,
Dice and Dice Cups, Lotto Games
Base Balls, Croquet, Pocket Knives,
Wallets, Stationers Hardware,
Drawing Materials,
It
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF STATION
ERY,
AT E. S. R. BUTLER'S
No. 420 Market Street.
Ian
Aug.27tf.f
JOHN H. REED,
N. E. Cor. Second and Orange Streets.
PICTURE FRAMES,
of all styles made to order of Walnut, Gilt
and Imitation.
Is
LOOKING GLASSES,
SQUARE AND OVAL
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES,
the lowest prices,
taaug. 23-ly
OTICE.
N
"PEACH CRATES,"
FOR 8> LE BY
H. W. GAUSE Manufacturer,
loot of West Street,
Wilmington, Del,
HgJS-tf
GROCERIES.
JtLOBR AND PKiiD,
WHOLBBAI/B AND RET AID,
FLOUR IN PAPER SACKS FOR STORES
A SPECIALTY.
k35
ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT £T
BNTION.
50
R. L. CANBY,
augS-tf N. E. tor. Ninth and Shipley.
pRIME
C.
&
GOSHEN BUTTER.
i
STRICTLY PURE SPICES.
CIDERS AND WHITE' WINE.
VINEGARS.
NEW MACKEREL.
MESS, No. l's and No. 2*s,
SMOKED (new) SALMON.
A FULL LINHjOF FINE GROCERIES.
J. P. ALLMOND'S,
Eighth and Market Sts.
V aug23-ly
QOFFEES.
J*
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 Kino Streets.
N.
mily
TEAS.—No better assortment of all varie
ties than that offered by
BOWMAN, SECOND AND KING,
Can be fonnd in town. Prices from 40 cents
to 31.30 per pound, and no trashy goods at
any price.
Cheap Su-ar; Pure Spices; Cider Vinegar;
New Mackrel, and a first-class assortment
of goods in his line, always at the lowest
fair price.
S.
Jfy°
the
shoes,
est.
BOWMAN, SECOND AND KING
SCpt2-tf.
medical.
JNVALIDS ATTENTION.
S.E,
Invalids suffering from dlscasod lungs,
™ al organs, can find the
COMFOR1 OI A HOME, with the most ap
proved mode of medical treatment.
THB SITUATION IS EXCELLENT AND
THE LOCATION HEALTHY
TURKISH, HOT AND SHOWER
BATHS
In the heuse, and sea bathing convenient
for those who desire It.
GUNNING, FISHINS AND OTHER
SPORTS
Can be enjoyed by those wbe are well
enough to participate.
Particular attention paid to the treatment
ofRHEUMATISM and SPINAL AFFEC
For further particulars, respecting terms
treatment, etc., address
X. H. D. KNOWLBS, M. D.,
Box 5, Lewes, Del.
Dug. 17
MISCELLANEOUS.
WILMINGTON SOAP WORKS.
J. A. Wkjsow & Co„
Manuluetnrar of Family and Toilet
SOAP.
Third Si., bet. Sprue* and Charch.
aug 28-ly
R.
H ADDOCK,
PLASTERING AND CALSOMINING,
asg28-ly
Eighth and Shipley streets.
THB MBRNING HERALD
Is th* only Mernlng Paper pabllshed la th
State of Delaware.
AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM
It will proveof great value to the Mercan
tile portion of the community.
The Herald contains all the latest Tele
graphio News, bright and. newsy locals
pointed and pithy Editorials, a full line of
Correspondence, and a variety ot Miscel-
Ian cous items.
We
THE MORNING HERALD
Is published every morning, (Sundays
excepted), and delivered In the.;clty of
Wilmington and surrounding places
for six cents per week, payable to
the carriers. Mall subscrip
tions, postage free,
THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
IN ADVANCE,
O'BYRNE BROS., Publishers,
NO. 509 SHIPLEY ST.,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
ex
'y
H«Rr
EDUCATIONAL.
PRIMARY SCHOOL,
X SELECT SCHOCt,
NORMAL AND COLLEGIATE PREPAR
ATORT SCHOOL,
And
MECHANICAL AND COMMERCIAL
COLLEGB,
of the
STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY,
WILMINHTON, DELAWARE.
FACULTY,
JOHN 9. HARKNESS, A. M.,
Instruction.
LAURA OSGOOD HARKNESS,
Instruction.
CALEB HARLAN, M. D.,
Lectures.
FERDINAND FULLMER,
Instruction.
HENRY L. 8CIKENHER,
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, Jr,,
Instruction.
ANNA B. JEFFERIS,
Instruction.
do
i
L
Tuition
Book rent
• 36 to $18 per term.
iu« ii . ' 20c. to 81
No "surprises" in expenses.
unexceptional ac
SPPJIu^atlons in the best families, will be
rmni*^ < ?M 0r boa . r i d ' *?• 0ur "Educational
n ' i is worth y tb ® attention of every
J* ath and every parent with a child to edu
Jjata- Sent gratis with pleasure to any ad
dress and free at the book and news stores.
„ be ,^ured now. Twenty-eighth
be™*?^ 8 * ° 0 °° k a ' ,n " Mo, day, Septem
rt ' ler biformation, you will please
address. Your obedient servant,
septl-tf JOHN C. HARKNESS.
made
anil
BOOTS dc SHOES.
JUNE BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REDUCED PRICES AT
N. E. COR. 7th AND POPLAR STREETS.
,-^llf. ? n ta , ko , n th0 » b ove named stand, I
^ y lnlorm m y friends and the put
Misses- anT«eu' S t0 SellMeM ' 8 ' La *
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS.
material and in the best
satisfaction ° WeS rat ® S ' aud gurantee
Custom work made ia the best style at
mily soliclted. 03- I ubllc Patronage respect
MICHAEL DANAHEE.
e's,
aug
^
facility
aug23-3m
QNE PRICE!
O-V'E PRICE!!
oo to the
S. E. COR- OF9TH. AND SPRUCE STS.,
Jfy° u , wan t first class boots and shoes at
the lowvst price. Hand made boots,
shoes, and gaiters cheaper than the cheap
est. Repairing neatly done.. P
WILLIAM HOUCK.
aug24.1y
JUNE BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT REtUCED PRICES, AT
S.E, COR. 7th AND POPLAR STREETS
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS.
Custom work made in the best style at
TO ^Srqgi^gaia 1
JoT
the
PRINTING
DONE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
AT the
HERALD OFFICE,
SHIPLEY STREET, WILMINGTON
QFFICE
'of the
HOWE SEWING MACHINEJCO.,
814 Markbt Street,
.
to
Wilmington,
aag24-3m
Lemware.
piSTOLS,
GUNS,
PISTOLS,
PISTOLS,
GUNS,
AMMUNITION.
JAMES & BRO..
Hardware,
£03 Market Street.
GUNS,
A large variety.
*epl5-tft
0UR SELECTIONS
OF
OLD RYE WHISKIES
ARE UNSURPASSED.
We have in stock:
MOORE'S 1866, 1808.
SHERWOOD, 1808, 1864,
DOUGHERTY, 1S69,
12
18
IIANNISVILLE, 1870,
JOHNSON <b SON, (BOURBON) 1808.
20
25
30
•hampagnes, Sherries and Port at
daced prices.
re
100
P. PLUNKETT & CO.,
100 Market Street.
aug28-tf-f
'y T ALLEN,
the
PRACTICAL BARBER,
No. 6 W. Sixth Street.
H«Rr Butting, Shampooing, and Dyeing
every style augt&j
In
■T
AUCTIONEERS.
MERRICK'S BAZAAR,
FoVETH AND WALNUT STS
MINHTON. DEL. '
VID
AUCTION SALES EVERY SAURDDAT
MORNING AT MJ4 O'CLOCK. T
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3Vm
i
A Large Assortment of
NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES
AND HARNESS.
Oi various styles, and or tfee nest —__
bw B of HOR.SFs a li el8e ^ e ^i and * nn "*
ONS° f AlwayMh 'SfiPfc
Thfi« r e * cban £? for second-hand work.
assortment of new and saeond.
w.SSW' doub,e <*"<1 Mngle Sra
do a uXharn*eT d * nd ktad ^ 1 ^
B"8*y, wagen and harness.
aug2S ' tf J. A W. MKRRIck
I
C. FRAIM,
aug 23-tf
L W. STIDHAM A SON. T
* - AUOTIONBBRa
sng23-M 111 Ea * t Fourth Street.
rjlHOS. M. OGLE,
aug 23-tf
JohnITrowbotham,
AUCTIONEER,
aug BS-tf ® EaSt F ° Urth 8treet -
AUCTIONERR.
814 King Street.
x
AUCTIONEER.
512 King Street.
VWDERTAKEBg.
JJEDHOLDT A BUCHMAN,
UPHOLSTERS AND (CABINET MAKJBE8
Furniture made, covered and repaired.
Slip covers cut and made.
CARPETS AND MATTING
made and la Hanging of Curtain and
Window Shades, a specialty.
PICTURES FRAMED,
anil a ®% buslness . n «»t!y
403 SHIPLEY ST.
aug 23-flm
tailors.
^ KAUFMANN,
MERCHANT tailor,
Second story of
Ko. 1 EAST THIRD STREET
[SSFHsSS
facility for'lmpp a iylng° Ws OWn skl11 ever Y
GOOD WORK AT LOW PRICES.
&a?r h0are C0Idi " 1Iy luvUed a S?g{va
t
I
I
[
s
aug27-tf
SPOR TING GOODS.
HINDLE A OO.,
BASE BALL EMPORIUM
S12 Market St.,
Sporting goods of all kinds,
aug 23-tf
RESTAURANTS.
qxly PL.\CE IN THE CITY
where you om get a First-class Meal for 30
Cents,
n AT AINSCOW'S.
open on market mornings from 1 In tha
morning 'till 12 at niglu, diulna room!
under the Third street market house iS!
trance on King street, nouse, eo
aug 23-ly
0YSTARS! OYSTERS !• ™*
SPECIAL NOTICE.
no,J la iy e . ,I f ado ami *ffcmeut8to simply fain -
BFsV h OVijt a es £'li' ra " ts w,th tlio J
ULST OiSTEItS THAT COMH TO THIS
*1*. , . MARKET.
Wholesale and retail, at the lowest prices,
nnd fresh every day 1 '
senM tr JAMES MCLANNAN,
sep2® tf 405 Market street.
WINES <k LIQUORS.
F ST0BB '^ Is ffi?WINO FINE
Ilannisville Pure Rye, 1873.
Dvocholt * Co.'s S ure Rye, 1871-72-73.
W * w VJi r I k , ! 'U' sherw oo^l , «''e Rye,1873
W. de w. (IXL) Rye and Malt, I860.
. Hav *n* stored the above Whiskies prior
to the increase of tax, they will be sold
without any advance in price.
t
FRANCIS KELLY,
No. 103 Market St.
aug 23-tf
ICE.
JCE
HAVING LAID [IN A LAKGEF. STOCK
OF ICE
Than ever before, of excellent quality and
thickness, (12 to 15 inches,) we a%
now ready for the season of
lS7o, at the following
prices:
ICE
ICE
5 pounds dally.
•25 cenU a week
.'ti •* ••
12
50
18
80
20
25
30
and over at 1
. -. n ccil ' Per pound,
ut 40 cents par 100 lbs.
ICE BY THE TON AT LOW RATES.
Contracts for the season as low us tlio low
100
the most de uurselvCii lu obtained
CABfiFUL^ POLITY,^ACCOMMO.
Ill tile city for all our routes.
Give us a call befero going elsewhere.
WALTON ib BltO.,
No. 2 Wyat 1
i Street,
»ug23U

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