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Supposin'.' Miat persoDS wishing to buy at all will do m! i.cfore Christmas, they are In formed that th&e in need of a fine grade of ready made clothing will be amply repaid by visiting the new clothing house at the S. W. cor. 5th and Market streets. Although established not more than nine months, it has gained a trade that outstrips everything 1,-uown in business life. The proprietor, Mr. Waterman has only secured this * trough his determination to let no one go away dissatisfied, and the entire absence of any desire to deceive the most ignorant. For the holiday season, Mr. Waterman has taken especial pains to arrange and select a handsome and tremendous stock of all the newest styles and richest patterns of over coats, fur beavers, fine plain brown, black end blue Beaver,Chinchilla,Melton, Kersey, and diagonal. Fine dress and business suits, f ill styles, and an immense assortment of boys clothing in a separate department. As the season is drawing to a close, he is determined to mark down prices from 20 to 40 percent, below actual value in a graud . weeping sale. Let no one miss this op portunity. L. E. Waterman, N. W. cornel 6th and Market Sts. * t i Christman Presents ! Don't buy Christmas Presents until you fee Boughman, Thomas & Co's, slock. It is more complete, and is made up of articles better adapted to the wants of our people than ever before. Persons buying of B. T. <!s Co., can rely on their purchases being as t ^presented, as the firm's large experience fover twenty years, enables them to buy roods as low as the lowest, and to sell at prices to suit all. * OVD MINIATURE POSTER. L. F. Adair, Fourth and King streets. Beds renovated. Boots and shoes at a great reduction. John Green, 201 West Second street "Biddy, did you put an egg in the coffee to settle UJ" "Yes mum; I put in four. They were so bad I had to use the four of them." The cheapest shoe store in the city is at Seventh and Poplar. M. Danahee. Cheap! extravagantly cheap!! All shapes and sizes of ladies'felt hats at CO and 40 cts., for sale at 121 Shipley street. Fresh strawberries in Georgia. At 410 King street, can be found the 1 itest styles of well made furniture, which is selling very cheap. Thi above is the old est and most reliable establishment in the State and is kept by J. & J. N. Harman. Only twenty below zero in New Hamp shire. For a pair of white kid slippers for balls or parties, go to Fennessey's, 221 Market street. Moreland's, cor. Third and Poplar streets. is well known as a first-class shoe market. Men and Gold.—Anything Midat touched was tunned to gold, In these days touch a man with gold and he'll tnrn into anything. Brussels three ply; ingrain extra; super tor rag, cottage and hemp carpets ven cheap at McBride's, 728 Market street. Oyster stews for 15, 20 and 25 cents, at Waite's, corner Market street and P., W. & B. R.R. Little Harry, five years old, was called to see the new baby. After a moment's con 'emplation he tu ned to his expectant papa, with : "We didn't need that !" J. Clayton Massey, 404 King street, hae laid in a lot of ladies' gold watches, fine •ewelry, gold and silver pencils, and every 'hing in that line, suitable for Christmas presents. Call at deNormandle's, S02 Market street, and select your Christmas presents from a full stock—goods will be lail aside until anted. All are invited to call and examine our stock. \ 'Oh, what a lot Of Christmas pre6 ouch.'' That was all there was of it. The walk was a little slippery, and a young man helped her up. She'll be careful how she gazes at 6how windows in the future. For a Christmas present for your wife buy a patent Ironing Table. Call and see them at A. B. Jones', 618 Market street. A Western debating society has been struggling with the question : "Do boys or ;ir]6 make the most noise! It was finally decided that 'they do,' after an elaborate rtrument, showing that half of the noise boys made was caused by girls. Gentlemen's coats, pants and vests, made 'o order at reasonable prices by O'Connor, > East 3rd street. Happy ihaw't—Go to Florida. "Have you ever given McCusker a trial, i ( ' not do 60 at once. His boots and shoes re everlasting and so reasonable." Jane G. Swisshelm says that if she had a husband and he should yellout, "Wherein blazes is that boot-jack?" she would slip mtoher bonnet and out of the house for ever in just two minutes. Be sure and call for Dr. Bull's Cough F-yrup, if you are troubled with a bad Cough or Cold. It will give you relief. For sale by every respectable Druggist. One bottle j cents ; five bottles for$1.00. VS URE I in the F.&M. INSURANCE COMPANY Of Delaware City DELAWARE. ' mures Buildings, Farm Property, Live Stock, Hay, Grain in Barn or Stack, Furniture, Merchandise, Ships in Tort, Rents, etc., against Losz or Damage by FI HE AND LIGHTNING At very REASONABLE RATES, for FIVE or TEN YEANS. —also— f.KANT'S PERPETUAL POLICIES, On Residences on Farm Property. . 1 members of tlie Company holding per i. etual policies participate in the profits, •\ : l communications addressed to IAMBS H. MYERS. Secretary, decitfim LGCl'VREH. CEAN TO OCEAN. 0 U. P. d C. P. RAILROADS SCENERY dong the route, Yosemlte Valley, Big Trees, M ining Oeysers, Chinese Quarters. California staging. Lakes Ponuer and Tahoe. An ILLUSTRATED LECTURE at the OPF.RA HOUSE, under the auspices of the DEL. INSTITUTE OF MECHANIC ARTS, THURSDAY EVENING, PEC. 16. by Prof. J. K. Taylor, who accompanied the N. Y. Editorial excursion to California, etc. the past summer. Many of the views were taken expressly FOR THIS LECTURE, they will be illuminated by the Oxy-H.v drogen Light, and developed by one of the Double Storeoptlcons in use. ADMISSION, - 35 cts. No extra charge for reserved seats. Ticket- for sale at Boughman, Thomas & Webb's, Jas. Bradford's, E. , < o's, H. Bringhurst.s, Smith & Painter s, H'rfnilen's, Mrs. Bancroft's E. Mclnnll's i.nd deNormandie's. Tickets exchanged for reserved seats on ami after Monday, Dec. 13th, at 9 o'clock, at BougliiUiin, Thomas & Go's. Co's, Jr'.'o Brim i; dec8 R. J. JAY YILI.EBS D Will lecture In the Grand Opera House on MONDAY, EVENING, Dec. 20th, For the benefit of the Rugby Literary So ciety. Subject: "Humorists of the Past and Present. Tickets. 50 cents. Children's tickets,25 cents Tickets cxi haogeable for reserved seats on ami after Thursday, Dec. 16th, at Bough man. Thomas a Co's. dec 15-ot _ VV e Need N ot TA JRr vnu MiS n m m . '!#-/ ! ill _ lii'dlu. -tskll 14 E" fH 1 iiJMmM V * v .t V 1 •Mi! I f i',!' ajjj * II \ V ,.;l o * * e-A-I / Mia'Jez I v * IS ! v fl ' fir"! L'hv 'cHVtiivTthiN 1ST. PA ADVERTISE Our regular business of our Wall Paper and window Shades. Tlie large assort ment constantly on hanu and our superior Workmanship being already well known to all of our citizens. But we now desire to call attention to the Great Variety of Fancy Goods and Fancy Trimmings,which we have received for the Holiday trade in tho decoration of Christmas Trees, consist ing of Fairy Heads, Wreaths, Lanterns, Gold andSIlver Fancy Papers, Embosssed Gold and Silver,Plain,Morrocco, Brie. < and Granite papers and Bristol Card, Groteeqi Fiuuresand an endless variety of all shad of fancy papers—which are being sold at the very lowest rates. We Invite you to an inspection. This department will be in charge of a lady assistant. We would also remind the husband thatnothing could be more acceptable to the gentle housewife as a Christmas Gift, than that the old dingy room should be re-papered, or that the house should be adorned with new Win don'Shades. It won't cost you much and will be something of real worth, agents will soon call upon yon your order for our MERRY CH LAMBREQUINS—reserve your orders un til you see them. f4. K. BALL & CO., No. 517 Market St„ Opposite City Hall. ue es Our to solicit RISTMAS dec Hi f 0 TO G UVCOiM^LG HAN'S 305 Madison Street » -for— CHILD'S SHOES, at 59 cts. nc-y pair. MISSES' SCHOOL SHOES, with heavy soles, 81.25 MEN'S COARSE BOOTS, $2. MEN'S FINE BOOTS from $3 to7. Remember the place, 305 MADISON STREET. dec 15-2w ILLANOYA COLLEGE,DELAWAER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. V This institution, chartered with Univers ity Privileges, is under the charge of the Augustinian Fathers, and oilers superior advantages to students, who desire to make a thorough Classical, Scientific or Commer cial course. It is situated en the Pennsyl vania Central Rail Road, eleven miles Rail Road Station and from Philadelphia. Post Office en the College grounds. TERMS: Per session of five months (in advance.) ( 5160 . For full particular send for a Catalogue, Very Hev. T. GALBERY, President, dec.73 1.1yr, HOLIDAY GOODS. OLIDAY PRESENTS H —at the—* CENTENNIAL NEWS OFFICE, 607 Market Street, ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, JUVENILE BOOKS, COLORED TOY BOOKS, and GAMES, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, POCKET BOOKS Togcther with a large assortment of FANCY STATIONERY, at the most favorable prices. declOtf Holiday Goods! AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT -OF BROXZES, P. FRENCH CLOCKS, JEWELRY, in of SILVERWARE J -AND FINE OIL PAINTINGS, —AT— C. F. RUDOLPH'S 231 MARKET ST. USEFUL PRESENTS, T HE ENTERPRISE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, of 229 and 222 MARKET STREET. Has manufactured an elegant assortment Christmas presents, of useful articles for such as es children s; chairs, WRITING DESKS, TOWEL RACKS, BRACKETS, FOOT STOOLS, and a large number of other pieces of Fur niture: dee 11-lm 200,000 POUNDS OF JONES' I. X. L. MINCE MEAT Mil « Has been sold, giving entire satisfaction, wht:h is the best reeomraendation any one ean have. A trial is all that is needed to be convinced. Made by R- H. JONES, Manufacturer of Mince Meat, Cranberry, Peach and Applo Butter; also, Pepper Sauce. No. 715 Shipley Street, WILMINGTON. DEL. dee3-lm UTTER! BUTTER!! BUfTERM! B JUST RECEIVED, A fresh lot of prime ROLL AND GOSHEN BUTTER. For sale at 0. M ESSR K'S, dee 0-lvn 3d street Market, ORSHEIw. F F OF New Castle County, /t* HENJAMIN MORRIS,"£3 Subject to the decision of the Democratic vHO-tf Party. WILMINGTON SOAP WORKS, J. A. Wilson A Co., Manufacturer o 1 Family and Toilet SOAP. Third St., bet. Spruce and Church, ang 23-ly mu PERIODICALS. pLEASE NOTICE THAT YOU WILL FIND Books, Magazines, Newspap Blank Books, Writing Paper, Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Initial Papers, erg, Slate Pencils, Lead Pencils, Kleel Pens, School Slates, Mucilage, Ink, Penholders, Dominos, Checkers and Boards, Back Gammon Boards, Dice and Dice Cups, Lotto Games, Base Balls, Croquet, Pocket Knives, Wallets, Stationers Hardware. Drawing Materials, AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF STATION ERY, AT E. S. R. BUTLER'S No. 420 Market Street. Aug.Z7tf.t Till; HOUSEKEEPER, A Journal of Doaieslic Economy,Published By CHARLES F. WINGATE No. 52 John Street, New York. Sept. 18-tf THE LEONARD SCOTT PUBLISHING CO. The periodicals reprinted by The Leon ard Scott Pubuishino Co. (II Barclay St., N. Y.) are as follows: "The London Quar terly,"Edinburgh "Westminster ' r and "British Quarterly Reviews," and "Black wood's Magazine." Price, $4 a year for any one, or only *15 for all, and tho Postage la prepaid by the Publishers. Sept lS-tf PEN AND PLOW. Subscription 91.00 a year, published monthly By J. PAYNE POWE. The PEN and PLOW Publishing Company, Nos. 104 and 106 East 16th St. P. O. Box, 3,212, New York City. Hep 18-tf FINE ART MAGAZINE FOR THB YOUNG. A ST. NICHOLAS. For 1S76! After two years' of prosperity, unexarn* lied in the annals of juvenile literature, during which St. Nicholas lias consoli dated wilh Itself all its strongest competi tors, tho publishers find themselves in a po sition to promise that the Third Volume, beginning with the number for November, 1875, in its usual attractions for Girls and Poys. surpass even the preceding volume, in addition tocontributons from THE FIRST WRITERS OF AMERICA, there will be Stories, Poems, and Sketches by some of the Most Prominent English Authors. Ani.ngemauts bare been made for a very Interesting series of papers on Windsor castle, By Mrs. oliphant, Treating of its History and the Child-Life of Successive Royal Generations. CRHIST1NA G. ROSSETTI Will contribute for the new volume. LOUISA M. ALCOTT Will write "Marjorie's Birthday Gifts,"and other short stories. Some articles on Astronomy for Young People have been promised by the popular English Astronomer, RICHARD PROCTOR. There will bn a continued story of Life In Iceland, by BAYARD TAYLOR. In the November Number, the opening of the new volume, will begin an AMERICAN SERIAL STORY. "THE boy emigrants," By Noah Brooks, Giving the adventures of a party of boya in The California Gold Minos, In the early days of the gold fever. J. T. TROWBRIDGE, Author of the "Jack Hazard" stories, will contribute some highly Interesting sketch es ot adventure at "Bass Cove." "TALKS WITH GIRLS," By leading authors, will bo a prominent featnre of the new volume. Especial atten tion will also be given to INCIDENTS OF AMERICAN HISTORY, With spirited pictorial illustrations. The various departments, "Jack-ln-the 1'uipit," "The Itiddle-Box," and "Lettor Box," and tee "Pages for Very Little Folks," are to be more attractive than ever. The French, Latin and German stories, for translation, which have proved supop ular, will be frequent in the new volume. Some of the finest works of the greatest, painters of the century have been engraved expressly for Sx. N icholas, and tho first artists of tlie day will contribute fresh and original drawings for flio Fine ArtMaga. zine for tlie Young. Definite announce ments til many interesting and novel fea tures will be made in tho December num ber. "St. Nicholas will coniinue under the successful editorship of MARY MAPES DODGE, And no efforts will be soared by editor and publishers to maintain and Increase the attrae ions and value of the magazine. Subscription Trice, 93,00 a year; Single Numbers, 25 cents; Bound Volume84.00 eacu. These volumes begin with November. The two new ready for 1874 and 187f> are ele ganlly bound in red and gold, and form the handsomest gif: books p r children ever is sued. We will send the magazine one year, beginning November, 1875, nnd elthar of the volumes bound as above, post paid for 97.00; or, a subscription one year, ami the two volumes, for 910.00. All newsdeal ers and booksellers will receive subscrip tions and supply volumes at the above rates. SCRIBNER &CO„ 743 and 745 fit ' During I lie last 25 years more than 10,000 people have been saved from the terrible desolating efleotsof puJinonry consumption by using Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic Bal sam. It cures without fall when properly used, nnd we bold ourselves reaVy touccept any challenge as to the qualities of good ar ticles. Wo guarantee the remedy to be Just what we represent It to be. In chronic and recent coughs, Sore Throat, Croup, Hoarse ness, Blood Hplttlng, Whooping Cough Bronchitis, Sore Breasts, Weak Lungs etc' and in nil diseases of the lungs tending toward or terminating In Consumption this remedy cannot be equalled much less excelled. It will positively prevent the lungs from yielding to tlie terrible effects of Consumption. Lot us sny to the afflicted and persons predisposed lo Consumption give our remedy a fair trial, be patient anii persevering using strictly according to di rections and do not yield lo the solicitation of pretended medicines ami Inexperienced advice and you will soon find yourself rap idly recovering Wo have a large number several hundred references of persons we have cured (many of them very bad cases 1 which can be seen at our office or given hv mall when desired Hr. Simms' is a gradu ate ofthc class Of 1854,and can be consulted on Lung and Throat diseases every Wwl nesday and Saturday at his private office Office nnd prineipal depot Fourth and King street, Wilmington, DH Ph lndel. phia depot, «02 Arch street, nttei. dec8-m CLOTHING. rjtHE GREAT CLEARING SALE. -AT Nathan Lieberman's CLOTHING HOUSE, S.E.Cor.5th&MarketSts Is now in operation. 350 Overcoats for $10, worth 195 Overcoats for $15, worth 275 Overcoats for $7, worth $15. $ 22 . $ 11 . Everything in Men And Boys' Suits in proportion. Come early as we are full in every depart ment. An extra force of Salesmen have been employed through the rush which we NOW HAVE DAILY. Cash returned if goods not satisfactory. NiTHM UEBERJUF8 GREAT POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE, S. E. Corner Fifth and Market Streets, Wilmington, Delaware. SELLING OFF Below Cost! TO CLOSE BUSINESS. Tho entire STOCK OF READY-MADE Men's Youth's and Boy's CLOTHING! To be sold Regardless of Cost, at De WOlf's, 308 Market Street, 308 WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. ect19 ly WINES & LIQUORS. I N 8T0RE X w B lisffi? WING INK Haunlsville Pure Rye, 1873. A. OVerliolt & Co.'s Pure Rye, 1871-78-78. Ilyatt & Clark's (Sherwood i pure Rye.i878 W. & W. (IXL) Rye and Mall, IWtd, ' Having stored the above Wiiisktes prim to the increase of tax, they will bo sold without any advance In price. FRANCIS KELLY, No. 103 Markot St. aug 23-tf QUR SELECTIONS or OLD RYE WHISKIES ARE UNSURPASSED. We have in stock: MOORE'S 1866, 1868. SHERWOOD, 1868, 1864, DOUGHERTY, 1869, HANNI8VILLE, 1870 JOHNSON A SON, (BOURBON) 1868. Champagnes, Sherries and Port at duced prioes. P. PLUNKETT A CO., 106 Market Struct. ang28-tf-f FOR runt. F OR RKNT.—The Hares Corner" iT" .Vy n to ** rm ' ""'•imugab-SttS! Mg ufcSffir 1 "" r " r>"«5B a; ;T FOR SALE, TjlOR HALE.—Lot of nice cider bsrrr.iT Hept?ai-t r f oom for oy,te aasfc • to kotiges. N otice.—ukrmania bpi ldint i »•, LOAN ASSOCIATION No cial meeting ot tills Association v',-' 1 "' held on Wednesday Die nth mu ... ! m.,to act on propnsed . Laws, deel4-2t no , mendmenb. | el. L, LICHTFNSj'Lt 'i. N OTICE.—Tlie seventh animal of the Etockho'rle.s of Hi,. Hall Company of Wilmington held in the Directors' Hoohioi tlio"' 1 Hall, on Monday, the 271 li m 1376, at 2O'clock p. in., for the min electing a President, Vdee-l'ref.i.lein urer, Secretary, and nine Hi the ensuing year. dccM-eodte 1! Mil n onle !). I' of reel J. I'. A! Ml IX •VrOTIC'E—A MEETING TO (JUG \' m. IN A DELAWARE bTaTK T ' cm V L ASSOCIATION will he held . House No. 1, Wilmington, conimt nchu. 19 o'clock A. M., Thursday, DuccinhtT 'Vli 1874. All persons teaching In UieStv,.,,!!: requested to attend this ineeiiug and p,,ii cipate in its proceedings. 1 n Onl D. V. HARLAN W. II. PURNELL W'A. REYNOLDS e> F. A, WILLIAMS ' * t. n. williams, Committee on Arrangements decl4-2t N OTICE.—I hereby warn all persons ngalnst negotiating a nolo drawn bv me, pnynble to the order of L. s. Do Naif, kirk, for 930, dated November 27lli, nt Une, months, as I have not received value th w JNO, W, C.YNAl Wilmington, Dei, Dee. Bill, It for. ft S PECIAL NOTICE TO COUNTY TAX PAYERS.—The undersigned collectors of County Taxes having given notice time months ago that the taxes were due and payable at that date, and whereas not more than one-twentieth of the tax-payers Ime paid any attention to said notice, the.. tors for their own protection will he obliged to enforce payment according to lnw,v!i!rli gives the collectors power to collect wits cost in ten days after they receive ii oil duplicates. J OK. L. CARPENTER, Jr A. GIVEN, 8Ug23-tf Cullcc'.ort, CTICE TO WATER RENTERS, N OFFICE C1T Y WATER DEPATT.V I Wilmington, Del., Dee. n, is I he bills for 1876 ure now roady and pur able at the Registrar's office, 1,000 Market Street. The law requires that ail bill raid on or beforo January ifist, 1.870, the lure of the bill, those paid during the month of February, five per oent. additional llio« paid during the months of Jir.idi ten per cent, additional ami >.:.y amounts remaining unpaid after Anil 1st, 1876, tho Registrar is required in have the ferrules withdrawn and suit instituted for the recovery of the amount due, and the water will not again be let into such prem ises until such arrears with n>. and $: CO for drawing ferrules are pa d. u. hours D a. m, to 4 p. in, EDWARD dec. Etf Ti 111"! t MoINTIBE, Registrar, jyOTICE TO DELINQUENTS. Auditor's Office,! ay, East Sixth Stub Wilmington Delawaiu Notice is hereby given, by direction of tie Finance Committee, that ail bills due tiie City on January 1st. 1375, must be paid or before the first day of November ue.x they will be placed in the hands nf the So licitor for collection, by virtu, of^section f» of tho City Charter, which Is as follows: "If the amount of said bill be not paid within 69 days utter such presentation thereof, It shah bo the duty of tbu Mayor of sakl city to issue a warrant directed to tie said City Auditor, commanding him to levy tlie same with all costs thereon, wpou ms goods and chattels of sueli owner, anu it no such goodsand chattelsean be found within said city sufficient to satisfy raid uebt »!.•! costs, ihen to levy the same on the grounds or buildings of sueli owner fronting upon such s' ruet as aforesaid, whieli said groii'Ws or buildings, or any part thereof, sliall bo sold by said City Auditor at public auction, upon ten (10J days' notice iu two newspa pers published in said city." The bills of delinquents having long Blare become overdue, proceedings will be com menced without delay, unless payment ue made us herein provided. .or WILLIAM H. GBit FIN, Cl tv Auditor. sep20-tf VtOTICETO COUNTY TAX PAYERS-* lx Notice is hereby given that all l"' 1 ' 01 " indebted for County, .Slate and l " 01 * . ; for tlie year 1875, for ilia Second or .vutH • District of Vv ilinington Hundred,must' 1 and Settle the same. Tlie Collector .ill '■ found at his office, corner of Ligliw ■ Shipley streets, or In the evenings '*■ residence, 805 'Vest Fourth street. . ,, Duty of Collector.—I t any P M ' S0 ", 1 ; or neglect to pay tlieir Tux witlnu I' 11 y 11 after this notice, tlie Collector w) and collect tho same with cu t uccoria ., to law . „ , . . not If the owner *f any Real Estate snail j • reside in tho Hundred, or Is a m |n0! '., shall be the duty of tlm Col lector 0 ... and collect the same off t lie personal I - . erty of the tenant thereof ,—Extract from i taw. vs LEWIS MeUAU;^. |'AX PAYERS TAKE NOTICE! The jnderslgned, rcMlvers ofCUy School Taxes for the city oIAUiw 111 * v# for 1875, give notice to persons van ., not paid their City uiul School la*■ }' t , J and navo hml their bills presen e , ■ ^ they ure required by law. to call ■mi* ■ hi , ti tho same In 5 days from delivery on Tho receivers roviestjnll sueli I>f) oall at their office No. 10 Cast fcix 0 they haul p money 10 and settle without d eu bonds to ibe eit„ ... them and they are rottpousibu . thev hope 1 hose that tan pay "ill no l while, perhe us, some that eaunoi once, will cnll andmakosoBiearm to pay when they can, and wo -o fully ask you to give this your utte • (||( . as to avoid trouMo, costs, or 1 ,,nis ness. The city needs money and 1 us to collect It or pay it, and wh.n pose to do is to collect and pa.v H- m t, e r The receivers also give notice ot a (1| of lots in the 2d, :id,6th; 7th, M b, „i, wards that they cannot find tho i>« ' All such persons owning, fa 1 '} ' pleaso call and settle or we win = for taxes nnd costs. , haiwcco Office No. 10 East Sixth street, Mi ] k Market and King. Hours from 7to 8 o« _ every evening, PROVOHl; Receiver NorUiern District (including north of Sixth street iiv.c ill IS ,5- it miDif! i 11 . SI fl I V 1 i'Vard farmar, District (lne^tf ED Receiver Southern south of Sixth street.) ■mr uMw iiMi- W' — ^nmtX'Ab R IDGE'S FOOD IS THE O "Ujv.aL I DOE'S FOOD IS THE DKIUi (Cooked) food of its kind. It does no 1 " 1 n „ acidity and wind. Guaranteed pit • mains unchanged. Is put, "P J... .. suit all. Sold by rlrugglst 8 eveu '■ decl-l