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AN INDIAN MASSACRE.
OP MSiSTKK IS THS rah KC MOU Sl'ARTLIS.i HOKN MOlJNTAIN = —MAJOK DALI .'d COMMAND DEFEATED"THK RK" l'ORT NOT FULLY BELIEVED, BUT APTAE BIO ENTLY CONFIRMED BY INDIAN*. the New York Herold ofto-day. Bozeman, M. T., Dec. 21,187t). A painful report is in circulation here stating tha' Major Randall,of General h his entire part y have the Big Fro Crook's g ta fî, been ma5saere«l by Indians Horn Mountain«.. . -, Major Kami. 11 had been s.*nt by Gen eral < rook to the tramp of the Crow ln St inking Water River to obtain Ran dians scouts for his «inter campaign, dall got forty Crows and ten S lakes, and General C ook at attack was returning to jo old Old Fort Reno i od by a l uge force of hostiles. Major Randall, Mr. Fox (interpreter), a Sioux halt-breed, and nearly all the In dians in Major Uindall's party are said to have bee hen he killed THE REP.9R I' NOT CREDITED. Gen ral Brisbiu, the commanding offi cer at Fort Ellis, says he does not yet believe the report, but fears it may Le true. He his sent couriers to the Crow Agency to dud out about it STORY TOLD BY INDIANS. Mr. cr.tge, a citizen of the Yellowntone Valley, just in, says lie heard the story from the Indians and that Sioux, Fox and Major Randall were killed. Charles Searles, an Crow Agency, sends word ho dian who brought the sann Mr. t the ploy.* i I •t. and Carpenter, of Upper Yellowstone, writes to tiie(^ i -ir ter mas ter at Fort El lis giving the s 8 to r y . SCIENCE bY LiFL; Or. SELF PItESKlil ATION. WRITTEN vf siciau ot by tne ta'et Consulting hy the l'eibouy Aïe jiefs.1 lnstimi-, •>f the Tli .mi a 'i.reati.«e g-, Fhy^iology of NN iu:h *r ot un N Disc; l . A., et it late tua MA Ml GOD, how I ml h ' / «»erpotuaied. e Di . ti r.d .• ird (nl VltnlMy, Iiupofcncy, I* «> riDatorrinea, f.r j Miurnni . .\cr •»hysieal Dehilitj, Hypo diou li m, •Tl I •• i in M i.Till i». i'.'-: II :, : \ , 11 a : il > . . i t Kiliu 1: . i: t M I . ■I : •ior. « ! Blood, o •.* of V id 'i Ei t: ti tha lay boni doubt th;< a i the now Medical Wo ' >hcd Try the Pkabody Mkoi.'ai. Isstitl* Boston, entitle "7'ÄC Science of Life, Pre.Menatio by tho err*>r.« ot youth, or a tion to business, may be re hood regained. The Institute also nublishos "The Phtwiology of Woman and hn Dise Price The best book ot the kind ex valuable medical work Mental and A>> hundred royal page?, 2d elegant engravings, bound in nly $ 2 . 00 . INrclv etiough to eay fur i.rinting."— London Lancet. • The Book for young and middle aged r•. readjust now, is tho Science of LiicorSelt Pre '»rvation. The author has returned from in excellent health, and is again the Thief Consulting Physicb.n ot the Peabody Medical Institute,No. 4 Bu'finch St., Boston, Masst "—Republican Journal. "ThcSi'ieaca of Life is beyond all i-on the most extraoidinary work of Physi ker published."— Boston Herald. e nestled in the bottom of Pandora's • since untold il< IT in early life, id t. d 1. Tu pub' Sri; Sl.l'ft. \ italny impaired should pur* ' 1 Mi •'tore.l tant. Also anoth treating exclusively than t 1> vo page-. ^ -ubstantial E U olngv e "Hop box, and hope plume» her wing? of the-e valua de work?, pub lished by the Peaboey Molical Institute, which «re teaching thoman is how to avoid the maladies that »an the citadel *flife,''— Philadelphia Enquirer "It should be read by rh«'young, the mid dle-aced, rind even the o.d/'-.Veit» York Tr i the is w.»rk on disoAbci of ju? published by the ' Lc: ..II body MeJi - .i I 1ST » hi? 2 the te e. ItisiH readable ercia/.J an. .' '—Eanijor Daily Co s of people on their o eon?e<|ue: : ut rd a/ ■ ot 1 ul ake Maine Sfandaid, vd t„ hab di Ji e offiieted, it it OÖ !e v> how '" sfortune may be?t be borne, how by*. • i! un i ü.ord oonnequenees may have j* n*l bo rendered Chicajo Time ». 100 |.agwi, 12mo Moth: illuRtratod. Mn ■ cc Th« k c .t: id ; Ul i' bv I t ly sealed, p .?tase paid, on ipt of .i •. postage ti.« PEABODY MEDICAL INST) .4 Buihnch St., Boston, Mass., »pp. P ■ -ent en rt A«1 ire TUTE. : i K N. 1 t he author :a«l diaeax bo consulted the abo well as all duenn y and ext ■.g skill, so: Uflice J; in R. P. TAWRESEY &. 3RO , Harness & Trunk M AN l' FACT l' It I'. KS, Nr. 407 £King Straet, Wilmington, Del. Where they intend keeping assortment of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Col Lars, Whips, Blanket», Fly Nota, Combs, Brushes, Trunks. Traveling Bags, Valises, Shawl Straps, and everything generally kept In their line of business, all of which will be made of the Best Material, and guaranteed to give satisiaction. Single and Dsuble Hnr tbe best manner. Ur anglUw] hand a full made to order rs solicited. Furniture Furniture ! I S. W. Cor Fourth & Shipley Sis. •f I respectfully inform tho public that I in tend to keep on hand a general assortment ol FURNITURE, which will be sold at the lowest fig I will also carry onthe Cabinet Making Bui es, and work of « *ss in all itsbraneb prepared to do first quulit ,• description. ill also give my special attention to y OÎDËRTAKLI^ 0AU orders in thatlinewill receivepronvpt att'-ntion at all ti All kinds of Furniture repaired i best styles and at moderate charges Publie patronage solicite«!. apj*7«l v the C. U. PETERSON. Ag't JO SIX ti. HIICZIJ,. MACHINIST, No, 20(i Enill|Si'C01l«l Street, No. 1 :s Oi'aitgt Street, (lip-ntuln, >) Keeps on hand «Mit li«»lt and Rivet C . Meat Choppers. I WrciH-h. Puneliing and Cult in all of I>oses intcrnl.'*!. He Pistols, Locks Work generali 1 lllilkr •der Ids I 1 : it »rilling M l Pipe Mach I eri« r tin- 1 pairs G : lit Machine ' edged tool* All 1 t sty If. Is lin the I will I; V lodge if A p a Dublin patroïlftge rrsinr-mfully aollritod. fehHTiivrlt JDÜN Ü.HIKZßL. ; - j I SEW ADVERTISEMENT. 8. I. & P. COATS MKDAL AXI> Di ll A V K BEEN AWARDED PLOMA AT THE CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION COMMENDED BY THE JUDGES FOR AND SUPER OR STRENGTH u _aN1> £r: llent quality -OF SPOOL COTTON.' A.T. GOSHORN. Director General. U. IIAWLKY, Pres. : Alex. K. Hotei.eii, Nee'y protein .) - Extra Fine Mixed Ear«!«, with name. Ji) 10 cts., post-paid. L. JONES A CO., Nassau, N Y ;se reek to Agents. Samples FREE. P. O. VICKERY, $558 $7T Augusta. Maine. TRUTH — IS— STRANGER I FICTION. Everybody should rend It. A book of ov •too pages, of Intense interest to the young— •nt post-paid to any address for Mbii. Address PITT, ROGERS A CO.. P. O- Box lUM); Fitchburg, Mass. Mi 50 cts. Sweaty Feet. 50 cts. The onlv remedy that will effectually cure Sweaty, Tender and Offensive Smelling Feet, without any injurious effect. A cure refunded. Good for this of ies Piles. Frosted Feet and Chafing. Hent receipt of price. JOHN LITTLE A CO.. . Lock Box 1031. Philadelphia, Pn. druggist I' •reliant ft ■ 11 Ask y TO ADVERTISERS SEND FOR Of ft DELAWARE LIST and A of Addr (iE». Sent free on application. ». ItOWELL A GO., Il I* •k i-2tl Y. merchant tailors. Me, ifllt II lil i. Merchant Tailor >f No, 415 King 1 PTcIdtt.u'e. VVumiii^tou. WM. »'CONNOR, Merchant Taieor I1AS REMOVED Ku 2- West Third Street, (One door from Market ) And has laid na 3plend«d A89ortuient of Cloths, Ca88imeres and Veetings for spring akii hit mm Kit, Which he will make up at prices to the timee. liants a Specialty. RAG G ARP ET WEAVING AT STANTON. DEL. I>Y JOSRpii MA.KSMALL j des W i . !' id t D •». CARPE r • WlTli WOvL, stripe or chali . wilmin(;ton WAGON Wo I • » . w\ d lade to order, X PRESS, MARKET. TRUCK. FARM GERMANTOWN i«l ban nstanlly E iNLATH'S PATENT TILTING WAG ONS. CARTS, PUSH-CARTS A BARROWS, A (i R1CU LT UR A L I M PLEM ENTS o being sold at cost,Including PLOWS, HARROWS AND CULTIVA TORS, All Nos. of the Moore, Wiley, Peacock and Heckeudorn Plows, with or without centre draft. AI ,'hich REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPT: LY EXECUTED. „BLACKSMITH IX*; Particular attenlU II its branches. givenjl. f HORSE-SHOEING All dise as es of the foot .and cases ot lame ness incidental t treatcsl under the shiM-ing fust driving T^unbar System] SUCCESSFULLY. riably et Interfering in ed in esboe ing. Knuckling and knee sprung horse.' immediately beiu-fllt« «! to the aid of which nature munent <• Lameness from corns instantly removed. Immediate relief given in cusesaf acute founder. Diseases of tho above nature, and various others pertaining to tin* foot and leg,hereto fore conshloml incurable by the "Old Heinxd" Veterinarians, are, by a Judicious application of the Dunbar system, relieved 1 cured. Anatomical specimens exhibited at Che oflh-e, showing cause ami efTeet.i Having been at great expense to acquire a thorough knowledge or the subject, and being tlio only smiths in the State to whom Mr. Dunbar has imparted Ills valuabl«* method of treatment, I am prepared to treat the worst ease the public may bring forward. • lit ioi effects per I employ impotent ami per « - all operations is By wuper AND 113 ORANGE STS. OFFICE II DAVID W« HUMAN. -SALK. Iwnxht'.-hops »ogeth j and Muble. si _ _ ra, Delaware, stand has been established over 10 years. Terms •#»>'• b. B. u RIQ1IT, norlfi'WU Kewarx, Mel, FOfil ckMBith n ,b Dweliiog Ho 10 wn B uted Ku ibis AÜU1CULTUKAL, PROGRESS. Does any one know bow many new farms have been openeil in the united States anti their Territories this year ; how many new log eabins hare been built ; how many acres tf tlrgin soil have been ploughed up for the luvaiime ? It is not probable that any does know with exactness ; but there is a little table in the report of the Secretary of the In terior, presented to Congress ,the other day, which furnishes the material for au approximately correct answer to these questions. During the year ending with .June last there were taken up under the New Homestead law 2,875,««) acres, land taken up under the Homestead Law is for actual cultivation, and it is gener ally taken in lots of BiO acres. It would appear, therefore, Shat more Ilian 17,OCR) new forms were commencud under the Homestead law alone. Hut this is not all. There were sold during the ye 040,091 acres for cash, and l.'»7,64ft acres were allotted on military land warrants. It is no doubt true that a portion of these 778,81)1 acres were bought cr entered by others than actual settlers, by specula tors or bv persons who mads invest ments of this nature for future nurj It wpuld be fair to estimate, however, that oue-half of the 778,831 acres w purchased or entered for the purpose of immediate settlement and cultivation ; and this calculation would give us 2,432 _ _*e new farms of 1 GO acres each. There were also 21,048 acres upon the Sioux and Chippewa half-breed scrip, anil 607,984 acres taken up under the 1 iniber Culture law. Leaving these two latter items out of the calculation, we have an aggre gate of about 19,500 new farms com menced during the year. This means 19,500 new homes—homes which, if bull dozing ami Helknapism are put an end to, will be happy, prosperous and Demo cratic. In live years from now, these 19,500 farms, under good management, ought to produce anmmlly some 2ft mil ,,,v, v ought to produce lions of bushels of wheat, some 40 mil lions of bushels of corn and some 400,000 head of cattle visions more than enough t meat and bread for New York City for a whole vear. Thus the country, even in this season of business depression and political uncertainty, develops itself and prepares for the great future that ies before it. akinp pro furnish MV Milk Dkai.ehs ox Triai.. —I n New York, on Monday, the trial of thirty milk dealers, accused of watering their was begun, <>nc*dealer pleaded guilty, and was lined fifty dollars,which he paid. test ease was then put on trial before a jury. The offense of adulteration is a misdemeanor' Thu counsel for the board of health, in opening, declared that out of one hundred ami twenty millions of quarts I New York and 1 Brooklyn, at least forty millions have | hitherto been water, and that therefore four million dollars have been annually paid for water alone. The case is still on. ilk. >f milk, sold as such, i Here's a eonnumlrum which the Alex andria (La.) Democrat proposes: "Sup pose Grant should die before the 4th of March, and the Senate should recognize Hayes, and the House should stand by Tilden. and the Indians should scalp Sheri dan and the House should impeach Sher man and the bull-dozersslioul capturtDon l C,moron, and the Kuropcan war should | homologate Secor Robeson, ai.d the Su premeCiourt should i»o crazy over the complications, then who woule be Presi dent?** ItEGISTEIVS OR i>ER - UcjTiHGT'N Ordei'. )KKKK. HKOIST No • S I'l'.rN the application of George K. Mon« v. Administrator of Thomas 11. Grubb. if Brandywine 11 drill in said ( '< tv, deceased, it 1 m ordered the Register tliul the Administrât! 4-d by afore said, give notice of the granting of Letters of Admluist Sill. by causing nl .1, the Estate, Hb the date of granting tl to lx* po.' tho date of f the l l>' ! die» Ivcrti h it bin fort; fro sMb! K Es U >st public places X Of til of Net ing de : .ell Castle, uls again the < '•I S hi . or abide by tut Art' of 'A de and ibly i h e the same to he Iso Ided. \ the same period i »paper published ■ontiiiue«! therein tin Mill • AS IK. du, b Wilmingt reeks. («•. >.d.) ider the band three id Seal of of the Register S.Î Olli« - » New l T Castl r alnive S. C. BIGGS, Register Castle, i y said, tlm day and ritten. a ft * NOTICE «»ns having claim» r i list j lie Admi 27 til. 1K77, •h <•»» GEO. K. MOUSLEY, Ington, Del. dust th sent tli All j hr dos ased Es tested to tl abide the \ le and îbly i A«'t of A provided. Address de«*r»- 2 w Wil Adni'r. (Ü Christmas & New Years, I I I T sofu FAMILY ARTICLES SELECT FROM AT THE BOSTON .ent STORE iperior quality, just what they eommoiuled to lie. r.-lre io anti look liefore 1,1 Co rs ■ I d«*cl4-w2i KLUUA* B' FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING! ALL ADMIT THAT THE KTVIilKII OVFUCOAIM 1 Dre>M i,u«l lIUMln«i Made and sold l>y us, are UnsurpnsMfd in Style, Quality and Du rability, and EQUAL TO CUSTOM MADE. a noori;s. Nv. 704 Market Street PHILADELPHIA r«i RUSH'S Philadelphia Freight line, bucoau Wharf above Chestnut, Philu. French Btrwt Wharf, Wilmington V. * • RO^lPr AND RELIABLE. nrJMK'ii WM. B. WATT. No. 1009 Markel Street fj.ümber, STEAM A «AS FITTER, AU material® in my line of business con -tantiy on hand. Wilmingtoo. Aug. 2d. 1ÖT« tf NÜKBW MCHUGH. A PLUMBKli, PRACTICAL Steam anil Gas Fitter, Ko; 501 Walnut Sire««, Wilmington, t-e'. and Steam Fitting ot a., •iTPIumbing, <• descriptions executed In he best manner, fti the .honest notiro, ami on moderato tonna. J»S7-6nnl TAMER BRADFORD, ,) 1'AINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, WINDOW (II.ARM. CEMENT * CAI.C1NE1 PLANTER. Paints, white lead, red lead, white Bine, iron paint, lubricating oils, linseed o , KjM«rm oil. lard oil, neats foot oil, coal oil, Tilden A Nephew's varnishes, English var nishes, alcohol, turpentine, paint mills, paints ready mixed, artist's materials,wax flower materials, deealcoman la pictures, all kinds of foreign and domestic glass, stain ed. ornamental and engraved ; coach paint ers' material, stencil colors, Bidders or dif ferent lengths, ready glased sash, gold leaf, bronzes, vormllllons, looking glass plate. NOS. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. N. RParticular attention paid to HOUSE and HH IP PAINTING. SIGN WRxTING. CHEAP COAL ! a K ? U i educed the price of tan»! illiis PI A WOK. ENTERPRISE C0ÂL gjNK ooll.au plh ton. West and Water, and Jltlecs: I w iter 8U. oàbPfi our. Orange et 4th. 1876.- ! PIANOS. 'it ' ■ t. _ . _ - For W-IS ....<1 C pwu. <l-> ù » l ... .* l^oi* m^oo a upwm dH. Jggs For Cash on Instai.mknts, atJ W A REROOM HI ROBE LIN A BRO'S (UP STAIRS.) iayl7»73 -jO r-.JMI NT o St*KINO*A O SUMMER DRESS GOODS: J33L.-ia. .... 23L Pi . X»Ä. —, , I7 s _ _ » English W ALKING J ACQUETS, TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS. our specialty. SPRING WEAR. FOULARD, FRKNCMl db IRISH POULIN ! 8HAWI.S, CASSIMKRK, WATKK-PttOOFS, M. L. LICHTENSTEIN. 220 Market Stree., WILMIGGTON. ( . W. HOHN. Late of J. Merrick A Co. 1(M W AX.N I T STREET, Wilmington, Del. re above P., W* A B. R. R. Depot w One Sip The subserib« r having purchased the large above, every •rooms locatisl would inform the public that bo lias facility for manufacturing Light and Heavy Carriages of every description, in tho best manner, and can offer inducements chasers Hujw*riort«> any llrst-class estublisii ...«*nt in the « ity. Our work all modeln the shop, out of tho bewt material, and under our iinniciliat«! KUjXînntendiUK.*. and ■ therefore confident tha „ will give sat isfaction. «y ( all and examine our utock of enr rlages before pu relias ing clsi-wliere. C. W. HORN, 103 Walnut St..Wilmington. shop #u!7-1y WAGON MAKING AND WHEEL WEIGHTING. Having taken tne old stand in the npper part ot New Castle, on the road leadin Wilmington, I am prepared to «lo all sf Wheelwrighting and Wagon Work best style and at moderate prices. Farm Wagens a specialty.^All work guaranteed. G. W. C11URN81DK. ng to kinds tho BL, GK ISMPH 1 NC Of all kinds doue u. workmanlike manner nl abort notice and Reapers, Mowers ami Farm Implements gen erally repaired at moderate rates. All work nbstantinlly done. Public patronage respectfully solicited. J. CUUKN3IDU. Agent. reasonable terms. .TOI I IN L. MALONE, PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS, DKI.AWAIIK AVKNI'F & MAD1HUN MTS., WILMINGTON, DEL. ( '.onstnntly on han«l an assortment of tho hest marble of the different kinds which he is pr. piin-d to work up into Monuments, lim«! and Foot Stones, Steps, Mantels and House Work in general. Havinga long ex perience In the business h«* flatters liIn 1 self tiiat lie ean giv<* entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with tlu ir patronage, •public are invited to ! • 11 and inspect . nov27-'7(l-ty Ills work and learn his prices. MAPLEWOOD INSTITUTE. / IONCORDVJLLE, DELAWARE CO., V7 Pa., Boys. #4.50 per w»sjk, Girls. Sid.ou. Boy epr«*pareil for Yale or Harvard Collègue. JOSEPH ÖHOHTLIDÜE. A. M., d«jcll-wljr Principal, * THR a HATTER p No. Easi Third Stree , Wilmington. l>el Now is the Time TO BUY YOUK O STOVES J f.JAND GET YOUR Heaters Put in Ordei. . I have juat reduced the price of all Cook ing, Parlor and Heating Stove# to auit the bard times, Call and see the prices before you buy. R. MORBISSOJf. Car. Third and Shipley Ma. N. B,—Heaters Cheaper than «vor novD-tf WE ARE GOING TO PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS! f (1 and hove taken hold of l. LOCKWOODS ,2. i 3. 4. 5. PATEN Adjustable Screens, (i. I 8. 7. Which have the following advantages :J 1L No more Spoiled Paper, No more DUST, No more FLIES, i\o more MOSQUITOES A Nice SCREEN for Every Window, at Trifling Cost. 1, Cheaper than any other, 2, Can befitted to any window in a minute, and more perfectly than any other acreeiu 8, Can be removed, or raised Instant! 4 ! Can be used at top or bottom of w 5, Allow the window to be at any height. « Can he rolled up when not in use. occupy ing little space, and not liablo to injury. 7, Fo nails, screws or glue in its construe tion. Neat, light and durable. , On one side the cloth is fastened to a •'tongue," which fits loosely in a grove. This "tongue" may be rolled or unrolled for different sized windows. 10, The middle piece has a screw cut on end by which the cloth is madetir •* and the frame is held firmly in the any height. n # Cloth protects bettor from duatthan and equally well from insects. mdow. Price Only 50 Cts. Eacn Price,l0nlyS50 Cts- Eachi One Dozen will be delivered expreBsage Bonding us $«.(>0, or thev IwiU ordered. free to any be sent c. O. D., if Come and examine tn«m, and also see our splendid assortment of x «per Hangings and indu w Shades. Reinforcements have arrived and we now huve the largest force of paper hangers city. Work now done v/itheut delay X. It. BALI. & CO., in .117 MARKET STREET, Opposite City Hall. my lit dt BOOKS, i ï ' i bllshed. All thej As so«n as e w M agazines,^ ~ Newspapers, (Dally and W'eekly.)] Blank Books Stationery, r Games, And a very large assortment of articles both for ornament and at J£. s. R. BUTLER'S,: 420 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. Jan 11 H. KENT A CO., Importers ami Manufacturer's Agent* for I RON J 1 ). IRfJN, HTEEL, HTEEL, HARDWARE, AND COACH MATERIAL. Have the largest Stock of Goods in the State In their line, and best assorted Stock in the United States. NO. 205 AND 207 SHIPLEY AND 210 AND 212 ORANGE STREETS, Wilmington, Del. HARDW' A RE B. MINGLE A CO., P. Seed Merchants, 183 MARKET STREET, PIIILADEL milA, PA. Clovbrskkd Wanted, for rices will be l*romx«tre oo412-2mw M ATTINGS^-We have now m stock white and clieek Canton mattings by hu piece, made at the lowest prices. WM. B. SHARP, Feuxth tuid MtuKct N«* wtiicli the Rightist murket pi paid. Send samples by mail, ply and prompt remittance. ITCHING PlLfciS \ generally precoded by a ,, pin w nniw, 1 ; 1 "'*" 1 "* Helling li^MÂWSf,î . lentl men shows 'Itselnma'indTlm " n " ' like |><> though Men Sway ne's Ointmenti HERE i.s THE PROOF 1)11. H WAYNE A Nov : find one dollar for t vv< meat for itching ,,|| ( . s -j«| M of my friends wit., »re nfftj'cnJl distressing complaint. The l ov v,. me a year ago, I uni m».| V es I , * to say, It made a perleei 'eure I ecÖlaey should be pnblisi ,d'thro g|. k length and breudth of the land Yo„ publish this if you think prnVier * 1 i i ; )AV iD GUONskirKLE. Ladesburg. Frislerlek n.mn . \i Fuel, Ml pl.q ho: y n ft hh i pr< ItEApEH If you are suffering ft-., annoying eomplalnt, or Ti-th-r anv < sea lily. Itchy skin disease, go to vom gist and get a box of Hwayne s Ointment. It will «) cents a f . boxe«, rd Ml-IIea *ly eu ix box. Three boxes ft Hent by mail to •b e. Prepared only bv DR. HWAVNE a NON. JO North Sixth Ht reel. IMilhulelpi, : *1 ny add on receipt of prl , BLAVJE YOU TRIED ij '•London Hair Color Restore, ï îfn "London Hair Color Restore LIlUi "Lohdon Hair Color Restore *• London Halr ('olor Restore rtmnrfhi 'London Hair Color Re.*. . VJIUWIH "London Hair Color Restort •:London Hal r ('olor Heston "RoanfxT "London Hair Color Lesion JDCcLlilV " London Hair Color Heston • London Hair Color Heston Hair ('olor Heston • London Hair Color Heston Hair C'olor Heston "London I lui r Color Heston Heston for the ••Loiub (1 Ion llalrCob Hair Col Hestor HEAD AND 'ill restore «gray hair to l. II color. ill thicken thin bnlr. e: ,2. It rowtb. 3. It will 4. It will remove all dandruff 5. it will inukotliehall*soft,glossy ible. tore the natural seemtions. I it.-In a ill preserve the original color t< (i. It ago. 111 prevent the hair fro 8. It will cure alldlseaHesof tin? scalp. 7. It tailing stores both the luxuriance and col liter, attire blanching or fading of lin* lia greatly to be regretted, and that wants to be beautiful Is proof. 1 right to do so, by tin 1 hair, and Is as ba Z 1L Is wise ry ► no so. ny ex > Is nothing er means ; but the portant tothis end than beautiful hair, lo prevent the failing of the natural e Ing matter, In It. or tho hair to growth again, nothing lias been Introduced to the A that equal*the •lie London Hair Color U 75 cents per bnltle ; six bottles fo. Scut by express, to any address, eeipt of price. Address orders to Dr. Sway ne A Sol N. Sixth street, Philadelphia, l'a.. Proprietors. SOLD BY AIL DRUGGIST! A Good Family Medicj are Bllllous. take If y HWAYNK'H Tar and Sarsaparilla P If you have Sick Headache, tak BWA YNK'STar and Sarsaparilla P Tongue is coated, take and Sarsaparilla P e a Cold, take and Sarsaparilla P cell 11 Is and lev If Y< HWAYNE'S T If you hav 8WAYNF/S T To prevent und c take S WAYNE'S Tar ami Sarsaparilla I I »' y sapurillo 1 d Si T SWA YM ;«,I a full habit,who Pers lleudaidw Jiddlness, Drowsi ing in the Ear, arising fr of blootl to the head, should oui mem, «h many danger«... will lx* carrlwl »fTby their use For cost Iveness there Is nothin*, tual as swayno'H Tnr and ^Sarsaj it i. nts Pills. Prie«* «*1. sent by mall. Add.cor. derstoDH. SWAY NE A '■ Sixth, Philadelphia. Ior let I N XM de bs gists. OPENING -F K FALL AND vv. N of-1876 -•>'-■ Ladies' Suits, Costumes, Cloaks, Shawls and 1 All tliolAUwt an : l ' ,K ^V!n! r s-'\\ ■ IQ N N O V E 1 .T II', s for I. A I) 1 » > « t#KoUicr wiUi tho»o «I ,nl lure. BLACK, COLOREr, AND FA Silk Suits Si Cloaks, Velvet Suits ami l-'loaks Paris Suil6 and Cloaks, Berlin Suits and Cloaks, Evening Suits and Cloal Mourning Suits «no Fur Suits and Cloaks. Ladies' Underwear. AGNEW à E-lGLl' 030 Chestnut 1 PHILADELPHIA. Ladles ordering from M ing » dm» waist <•,'"•" ! tt ï id togelln-r will, length of skirl■ u " edof receiving a perfect suit. for the 210 RE VV C»«-»l> OAK AND PINK lAIi DKI.IVKHI K PER L< $1.50 Here Look . (JURAT HKAI'K 1 ,OAD OP OAK AND 1 WOOD, and . . . ... ABBOTT A Shop 51G Oraiigo .7 » W WHAT A for be stock by ly SI - (DMO A DAY at home. AKraJf-JI ÿ)j 4 oiaat and term« Iroe. TliUM Aug uh la,.Maine. 1 B argains nvti In Linen llandJtereb.efn.khP 1 kind/j ustrcoelyed. W n bhaI