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D R J,P * N^awS'RENCH STREET.
Night call* promptly answered. i
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K. PF.NINÖTON
A TTORyE Y-AT-LAW,
No. 2, WEST 7TH STREET,
Wilmington. Del.
H.
juyl3-ly
-JOHN P. R. POLK,
A110 UNE Y-Al-LA W,
No. 880 Market «Street.
WlLMlBOTOM, PEL.
ot'AlAwly
L. VALLANDIUHAM. ,
J.
Arc JX ÏÜ3Y- ir-LVW,
No. 4 Allmond's Building.
febfi-ly_
B. FRAZER, _
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office hours ft-om 7 o'clock A. M. to
o'clock, P. M.
3d A MARKET STS.
SECOND STORY FRONT.
E.
J. H. Iriur,
Attorney at Law,
Third and Shipley Streets.
Wilmington, Delaware
apr26-wly
R.GRIMSHAW,
NO. 826 WEST STREET.
D
novîTtf
D. S. THOMAS,
Extractor of Teeth
Formerly Assistant Administrator or Ni
trous Oxide Gas with his Brother, the
late Dr. F. R. Thomas, at the Col
ton Denial Association.
Practice Exclusively Confined to
Extracting Teeth,
WITH FRESH AND PURE
NITROUS OXIDE GAS.
a lady attending.
Offlce—No. 905 Walnut street, North side,
Philadelphia._ aug!6-76
EETH FOR ALL THJE PEOPLE.
BEAUTIFUL TEETH AT
ft:i, $5, $8 aud 910 PER SET.
Teeth ext icted without pain by the use
o: gas. Over thirty years experience.
DR. GALLAGHER.
No. 8 Àast 5th 8treet, opposite Clayton
ap25 ly
T
Hou.-e.
Boom a&p shoes.
New Store ! New Goods !
Low Prods !
AFTER ALU AFTER ALL, AFTER ALL
The beet argument we can offer the people ie
I/OWEST PaiCE8 FOB QUALITY OF GOODS
This we do offer in every
Boot, bhoe or Gaiter
we sell for Ladies, Gents, Misses, and
Children. We have a full aud complete
stock for tbe coming season, which we invite
tue public to call and examine.
LV3I4S Vd'
ERS
SPECIALTY.
F articular attention paid to
CUSTOM
WORK,
JOHN K. BABCOCK.
Second a nd Market
or24- ? m
W- CRAWFORD & Co-,
57 Carter Lane,
ST. PAUL'S, ENGLAND, E. C.
Beg to state that they are open for any
commercial transactions as to consign
ments, for granting Drafts and presenting
commercial bills for acceptance and pay
English Goals at a very
ment, for buying
small commission and forwarding goods to
any place in Eng and or the Continent.
We beg to draw your attention to a very
important English Invention we have on
hand,viz :
WOOLLEN BLANKETS OR COVER
INGS, OF LARGE SIZES, COMBIN
ED WITH AN AIR PILLOW.
It will be fourni most necessary and use
ful for Military Men, Travellers, Invalids,
for use in Hospitals. Ac., Ac., possessing
amongst others the following ad vantages :
It Is the finest substitute fora Bed.
The pillow can be raised or lowered at
a ly time with the greatest ease.
It will pack up in a very small compass,
and can be carried about without any in
convenience.
PRICE FROM 15s. TO 35s. EACH.
When onlerlng the above article, please
mil the amount of y
jv5-3tuwtiin
r order to
W . CRAWFORD A CO.
r •
SPECIAL NOTICE
S- ZEE. STAATS
15 NO LONGER DOING BUSINESS
AT NO. 417 MARKET STREET,
BUT HAS REMOVED TO
HIS NEW STORE,
No. 405 MARKET STREET,
THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH
Where he has opened a large and well se
lected stock of
SAMPLE AND FANCY TRIMMINGS
G a use Merino Underwear ,
llo*ier y i Gloves, Notions ,
, 4 Zephyrs, llujjlings, lies , Etc
JOIIN L. M/MjONE,
PLAIN A ORNAMENTAL
MARBLE WORKS
DELAWARE AVENUE A MADISON
feHTS., WILMINGTON. DEL.
i !
stanfly on tiana an assortment of the
b*-.t marble or the different kinds which lié
H prepared to work up into Monuments,
Head and Foot Stones. St*»ps, Mantels ami
House Work in general. Having a Ion
perience in the business he flatters hi
tnat he c i
who rn *v f
ex
el
give entire satis faction to al
or nirn with their patronage
e Invite 1 to call and inspec
his work an » Warn his prices. nov27-'7«-l
Tue public
THS TaiüïPH um COMPANY
1315 Chestnut St, PhiJ
>•
V»IÜI<V*
* -
AND
334 Bowery New York
j
\jf U Are curing rupture In from
30 to 90 days, and offer $JL000 for a Ruptur«
t ley cannot cure. Mrs. C. A. M. Burnham,
A. M-, M. D., of 22 y oars' experience, Is in
charge of the Lallec' Department. The
Triumph Truss ha* been awarded the me
dal at all the fair* where it has been ex
hibited. Examinations free. Order sent
y mail or express. Send ten cents for his
New Book, at either offlce. 0£3I
Dolmans I Dolmans 11
A Splendid let ef Ladle«
Dolman«.
Black Silk 1 Black Silk !
•1 «0 A YARD
112 A YARD
- 120 A YARD
GOOD SILK
SUPERB SILK
SUPERIOR SILK
Ladies and Misses Suits from
$ 2.00 up.
jb&*9st Style of Silk Dress
Complete at $20.00.
Black gros grain Silk Dress
ready for use for $25.00.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
228 Market Street,
WILMINGTON.
P I. BUSH,
HAS REMOVED TO
229j
MARKET STKIET.
a LARGE STOCK OF
WATCHES
JEWELRY,
AND SILVER WARE
'Vtnetantly on hand.
W REPAIRING promptly attended to
marzs-is
HESTON AY ARM,
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER,
And dealer in
ALERICAM AND ISW188
P
if
W ATC IIES.
CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES,
EYE-GLASSES.
SILVER WARE, «C.
ÎNO. 805 MARKET STREET
j Wilmington, Del.
Particular attention paid to repairing in
ail its branches ; also, changing snectacle
glasses. Has a good assortment of glasses
constantly on hand.
The public is cordially Invited to call and
examine my stock and learn my prices
lelO-75
ELAWARE CARPET HOUSE,
309 MARKET STREET,
ABOVE THIRD. WILMINGTON,, DEL
Tbe cheapest lace in the city to buy your
D
C All PETS.
OIL CLOTHS
MATTINGS
AND WINDOW SHADES
Henry Greobe
309 MARKET ST.
N. b_Rag Carpet woven to
and lowest market test notice
deaior t
Fashionable Furniture i
J. & J. N- HAKMAN»
•■No 410 King Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
ipectfully Inform the cltl
Wilmington, and the sur
We res
sens of
rounding country that we contluue
to manufacture and keep on hand
at our large and long established
rooms, Furniture of every variety and
style, consisting of Mahogany Rosewood
and walnut Furniture suitable for parlor,
dinnlng-room and chamber uses.
Our assortment of Furniture is larger and
more varied than can be fonnd In Delaware,
and all articles sold at our establishment
are warranted as represented.
Venitian Blinds of Llie most fashionable
designs made to order and kept constantly
on hand. We also manufacture and con
stant!
Hair,
u ,i re
y keep a large assortment of Spring
Moss and Husk Mattresses.
J. A J.N. HARMAN,
410 King street, Wilmington.
Now is the Time to Buy
CHEAP
Baby Carriages.
SPLENDID CARRIAGES FOR
$7.00, $8.00 AND $9.00
—AT
ADAMS & BROTHERS'
Great Variety,
c>06 MARKET STREET 506
avilmin gton.
Wsomine vs, Whitewash.
Kalsominers and housekeepers wno nav
or years hack been troubled by the pe
lug of the whitewashed walls, can over
come this by the new process with the pow
dered Kalsomine prepared in the fashiona
cl ebhades and tinls. Mixed with water It
-be applied by any person with au ordi
nary brush.
Hample cards of the Rhades can be adh
from the agent for this .State,
JAÜUM UKAUFOB 1 ),
NOS. 6 AND 8 EAST THIRD STREET
WILMINGTON, DEL?
an27tf.
4
Now is the lime
TO BUY YOUR
STOV ES
?
AND GET YOUR
Heaters Put in Ordef.
"■ 1 have Just reduced the price of all Cook
ing. Parlor and Heating Stoves to suit the
hard times.
Call and see the prices before you buy.
U. HOKKIDKOY,
r «r. Thir8 and Shipley M
N. B—Heaters cheaper than ever.
nov9tf
RUSH'S
Philadelphia Fwht Line
I
Second Whart above uneetnut, Pblla.
(French Street WbarrjWllmlngton
PJXel A HD RI£L[.VBL
CliU OOVITT *otw.
But boys are ouklug sad havoc In the
melon patches.
About fifty conversions were the result
of Woodtown Campmeetiog.
The Fair View Good Templars clear
ed $60 by their recent festival.
Registration of voters for the fall elec
tion is in progress daring this week.
Candidates for the party nominations
for Sheriff are plentiful throughout the
county.
T. L. Graham. Esq., of Norristown,
Pa., baa been elected principal of the
Elkton Academy.
Ellis, a six year old son of Geo. Davis,
of Elkton, lractured his leg by a fall from
a swing, one day last week.
Last Saturday a fishing party caught
60 dozen and 10 crabs iu two hours ami
a half, at Cedar Point.
Frieuda Quarterly meeting will be held
at Brick Meeting House ou Thursday
and Friday of .his week.
Prof, rbarazan, the magician attempt
ed twice to give performance* in Port
Deposit, but failed to draw any audi
ence.
Nelson J. Lee addressed a temperance
meeting iu Chesapeake City, on Thurs
day night last, and fifty-eight persons
signed the pledge.
The wheelwright, coach and smith
shops ot Mr. Jos. Brown, at Uowlands
ville, were burned, togelber with all bis
tools, on Tuesday last. They were not
insured.
Win. T. Bottlden's house at Locust
Point, on Elk river, was destroyed with
all its contents, by tire on Sunday last.—
Loss, $1800, insurance, $1000 in the Far
mer's Mutual of Wilmington.
A Grave O-fect.
The Mobile Register criticises and ex
poses a very grave defect in the criminal
law of Alabama, saying that it "makes
no provision for the pursuit and arrest of
any cfm'nal, aud unless the city or
county authorities choose of their own
free will to detray the expenses of any
such pursuit the criminal is allowed to
walk leisurely away."
Few die and none resign. Naval Offi
cer Cornell, of New York, who persists
in violating the President's civil-service
order by holding on to his political office
as well as his federal one. retuses to say
now what he intends to do about it, but
has confided to a lierait] reporter this
statement: "It will not be long before I
shall be able to give the press some in
formation bearing upon this matlerwliich
will solve tills apparent problem." We
trust Mr. Hayes will properly appreciate
this thoughtfulness on the part of Mr.
Cornell.
General Crook, the famous Indian
6gbter, who has been spending a few
days with his father-in-law, John Dailey,
Esq., at Oakland, Md., has been ordered
to proceed west with all speed, in antici
pation of flesh trouble with Sitting Bull,
who is reported to have crossed the bor
der iu force. The general 's now on the
road, Ins ultimate destination being Fort
Brown. The fact is important, as show
ing that the authorities at the War De
partment expect a reuewal of last year's
hostilities.
<jre lierai News.
,E. L. Davenport, the actor, died at
Cauton, l'a., on Saturday morning, aged
61 years.
Alvin Adams, who founded the Adams
Express Company, died iu Watertown,
Mass., on Saturday uight, aged 73 years.
Ex-Secretary Bristow has announced
his intention of reading a paper «
remonetization of silver before the
ers' Convention which will meet in New
York on the 12t.h inst.
on the
Bank
PERSONAL.
Mr. and Mrr. Gideon Weites are visiting
Block Island.
Mis* Annie Louise Carry is goiug to live
in Portland, Me.
' Admiral R^vnoM«, United States Nivy, g
is compelled by ill-health to return to Amer^
iea from Jap m. 1
Senator Morton is said to bo not at nil
, b ing the pogat-ssor of only
ib >ut $24,000. He ba* nevjr bean ex'.rav*
gant, nor a money m i ker.
a wenlthv
Carrie, the vnun^est daughter of Judge
Pierrepout, Chief JuBtif« of Vermont, was
married ln-t evening at Vergennes, Vt, to
Albert H. Cobb, of Chicago. 8 nator Ed
munds, E. J. Phelp*, Trenor Park, and
other digtiugidfhed guests wem present.
The New York daily religious paper,
the JVitness, in announcing its sus
pension, a day or two ago, Btated
that it regarded the failure of its
plea for financial aid as a "clear indi
cation of the Lord'swill that we should
not attempt to continue a losing bus
iness." The following terse rejoinder
is from the New York Observer :
the opinion of very many judicious
persons there was an equally 'clear
indictation of the Lord's will,' in the
same direction, long before the paper
was discontinued.
The San Francisco Mint investiga
tion has closed. On Friday the lead
ing bankers, bullion dealers and
chants having large transactions with
the Miut were before the commission
privately, aud all testified, in effect,
that the operations of the Mint have
been eouducted with efficiency and
fidelity as far as their relations
tended several depositors stating
that they receive better returns for
their bullion than when assayed in
London. An examination of affairs
in the custom house will begin to-day.
Tho Cohden Club of London has
an active membership of 603 and
honorary membership of 185. Sixty
three of its honorary members are
American citizens, and only three of
that number are of foreign births,
namely, Carl Shultz, Hamilton A.
Gill, aud William Downie. Among
the others are Charles F raneis Adams,
Henry W. Longfellow William Cullen
Bryant Geu Garfield, Ralph Waldo
Emerson, W. E. Dodge, Henry Ward
Beecher, Cyrus Field, and Edward
Atkinson.
In
nier
ex
an
I
NOTES OF. THE DAY.
Governor Hertraaft, of Penn»ylva
nla, it reported to bare design*
t ta the United 8utee donate.
The best thing yet on Howarji, from
tbe Rochester Democrat: "It U time
that General Howard threw aw»y bis
foolieb scruple* sad called for tbe po
Mce,"
Both Ben»tors Gordon and Hill have
New
on a
made speeches in favor of the
Georgia conittlutlon, and there seems
to be no reason to doubt that It will be
adopted.
Private Dalxell will do the honors
in tbe reception of Hayes at Marietta
next week. Tho meeting of the two
kindred apiriis will be touching in tbe
extreme.
It is the prediction of tbe New
York World that appointments to
West Polat are prize» of too much val
uo to be given away to negroes, even
by the most radical of congressmen.
And now tbe Louisville Courier
Journal comes out for an increase of
tbe army. It Bays: "We require a lar
ger army and the best c intiment of
tbe country iecognizes thenecesslty.',
A Case of Rape. —Win. Green,
colored, living with Mr. C. C. Wood,
in Piney Neck, was arrested on Sat
urday last by Constable Meckins, of
the fifth district, and after a hearing
before Justice Brannock, was com
mitted to jail on the charge of com
mitting a rape upon Mrs. Carolina
Brady, a white woman, whose hus
band also lives with Mr. Wood. Mr.
Brady has charge of one, of Mr.
Wood's threshers, and was not at
home when the heinous offence was
committed. The injured woman de
tailed the particulars of the outrage
im her testimony before the justice
when the negro was committed for
the actioD of the grand jury.—
Kent News.
OH VO STaHt.fi.
The Best Quality of MEDICINES,
AT WILLIAMS'
The Most Reliable Proprietary
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY COLOGNES, Ac.,
AT WILLIAMS'
A flue assortment of I1AIR, TOOTH, and
NAIL BRUSHES,
At Ninth and Market.
A Glass of ICE COLI) ARCTIC SODA
WATER.
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS,Strong
and Pure,
At Ninth and Market.
A Good KEY WEST or DOMESTIC
CIGAR,
AT WILLIAMS'
Fine AMERICAN A IMPORTED Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
"Get the best" WILLI AMS'SAPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy in dispensing, and
Reasonable l*riee*.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
Corner N Injh and Market.
SEASONABLE!
As housekeepers are placing away FURS
anti WOOLENS, It Is important to have
them protected from MOTHS by using
GUM CAMPHOR,
Which, being volatile. Its odor permeat38
the entire mass or bundle of g<Ksls, and is
soon dissipated when they are again open
ed ; or,
Genuine PERSIAN INSECT Powder,
Which, of late years, lias been successful
ly used for the same purpose, and which is
also an excellent article for the destruction
oflmall (red) Roaches, Bed But?«, Fleas«....
cats. Lice on poultry, etc. it Is ties# appli
ed hy means of the Powder Kiüe, thereby
stifling iusectiife by producing more dust.
Glentworth's Roach l xtcrmiuator
We have found, from several years' ex
ly saMsfac
desiroying
perience, to be the mostu'dforinl
tory and efficient article lor >
Roaches, Mice, Ac.
PULVERIZED BORAX
is also successfully used by many house
keepers for driving away Roaches and
Ants.
CARBOLIC ACID
destroys all the lower order of plants and
animals; is cheap
a dlsa-4reeabieaJor (to many people) quite
persistent.
1 effective,but leaves
CORKOSIVB 5U8I.DI VTR,
An active poison (to be use! with great
care), best auited ft
furniture, au.t a!un£ tbu oJge of carpets, In
solution.
Uijr All the above articles for sale at rea
sonable price., and information concerning
their use and nature cheerfully given by
Z. JAMES BELT,
Successor to E. Bringhurst * Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Drugged,
Corner .Sixth and Market stre.-ts.
bedsteads ami
use t
»II. KHAUINUËK'K
DRUG STORE,
N- W-C)"- 3 I & Wtshinjtoi St
an7d6ra
Wilmington, Del
CARD.
The undersigne<I successor to and a part
ner in the late tirtn of E. B'inghurst A Co.
wholesale and Retail Druggists, will con
tinue the business at the old stand, and
wlille returning Ins sincere thanks that the
previous efforts of the firm have met with
such gratifying appreciation, will, with the
aid of a full corps of competent and skill
full ass I slants, who have had a practical
training in this establishment lu their ex
perience respectively, of from five to ten
years each and three of whom are Gradu
ates oj the Philcvlclphia College ot Pharmacy .
endeavor by faithful and careful attention
o tiie highly responsible duties of the
Apothecary in his manifold dealings with
life and health, to merit and receive the lib
eral patronage so long extended to this house
Z. JAM EH BELT, Apothecary
c5-tf Cor Sixth and Market Streets
J. W. SMITH'S
IMPROVED IRON BOUND
MILK CAN,
PATENTED JULY 20th,J1875.
Call] and examine them before purcha
sing elsewhere.
710 Girard Avenue,
'»p5.w6»a. PHILADELPHIA,
P hiladelphia, wilmihotom *
BALTIMORE BAIL ROAD.
ivn in, un.
Train* will lsavs Wilmington ns follow*
Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations,
6.40,«.«, ».10, MO, 10.00 A m. 230, 4.30,7,*),
* Pb > ll™ and New York, AM, 0,4» .A m- IU*>
U Baiumoni "and Intermediate Stations,
^Baltimore and Washington, 1,0», 8,30 Am.
12.54. 12 00. •,», »30 p. m.
Trains for Delaware Division, leave (br:
New Castle, 0.00,S.20. »30, Am. 130,030,
P Harrlngtonand Intermediate Stations,0.00,
»30. A m. 630 p. m. sen I
Del mar and Intermediate Stations, fl.oo,
(It
.30, a. m
SUNDAY TRAIN«.
Philadelphia and Intermediate Stations,
"'pluùïélphl^and New York, 2.22 A m.
Baltimore and Washlagton, 1,0« a-HD_
For further Information pa*sen
mrerred to the tlm.^bie^gwte ^
Superintendent.
r* are
at tbe
An Era of GOOD TIMES
Money for Everybody.
OVER $300,000
,
In Currency Distributed.
grand capital prizes of
$60,000;$25,000; $15,000;
$ 10 , 000 .
SECOND GRAND DRAWING
Kentucky Cash Distribution Co
IN THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, KY., '
_ « , I
Thursday Aug 30th, 1877, ;
OR MONEY REFUNDED IN FULL.
Authorized by the Legislature!
Sustained by the Courts
Farmers A Drover* Bank, Louisville,
Ky , Depository.
LIST OF PRIZES.
•«10,000
•25,000
- 15,000
10.000
- 15,000
10.000
- 20,000
20.000 ■
- 20,000 !
80.000
- 25.000
00,000
- — 1
•310.000
I Prlie of -
1 Prize of
1 Prize of -
1 Prize of - - -
3 Prizes of *5,000 each
5 Prizes of *2 000each -
20 Prize* of *1,000 each -
40 Prize* of *500 each -
100 Prizes of *200 each
300 Prize* of #100 each -
500 Prize* of *50 each
8000 Prizes of *10 each
8072 Cash Prizes amounting to
Whole Ticket! *10, Hated *5. Quarter *2 5»,
11 Tickets «too, 33)4 Tickets *300, K\
Ticket! #500.
Remittance* can be male hy Mall Ex
près*, Draft, P O. Order or Registered Let
ter made payable to G. W. Barrow A Co,
Reliable Agents wanted everywhere—
Send references with application to pre
vent delay.
C. W.
BARROW A CO..
General Managers.
Courier Joumnl Building, Louisville, Ky.
Or THUS. H. HAYS A CO.,
General Eastern Agents.
tan Broadway, N. Y.
lvl0-dAw2m
Send for a Circular.
«JUIE ARTIZANS SAVINGS BANK.
502 MARKET STREET,
Incorporated January 23d, 1861.
Open to receive deposits dally from 9 A
M. until 4 P. M., atm on Tuesday and Sat
urday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
of six percent., nas been regularly paid
deposits, sim« tbe organization of the Bank,
and It Is tbe expectation of the Managers,
that this rateof dividends will be continued.
When dividends are not withdrawn, they
are accounted as deposits. Thus permanent
deposits compound their interest twice in
each year.
MANAGERS.
Clement B. Smyth,
Chas. W. Howland,
Nathan'l R. Benson,
Henry F. Dure,
E. M. Htonsenberg,
William M. Field,
George W. BnRh,
George S. Capelle,
M. L. Lichenstein, .
Edward Darlington,
Job H. Jackson,
Win. H. Swift,
Anthony Higgins.
GEO. W. BUSH, President.
GEO. R. CAPELLE, Vice President.
E. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer.
feb2i;iv
IRST NATIONAL BANK
F
OF WILMINGTON.
Repository op the Public Moneys
AND
FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNI
TED STATES.
EDWARD BETTS, President.
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cashier
Paid up Capital,
#300,000.
Philadelphia and New York Exchange fur
nished to regular Depositors without charge.
Discount, days, Mondays and Thursdays,
at to A. M.
DIRECTORS.
Clemriii B. Smyth,
Israel Pusey,
Henry N. Me Comb,
Daniel James,
Ui^n-ire W. Bush,
Eli Garrett,
Ham'l Bancroft, Jr.,
William Tat nail,
inar28
Edward Bette.
rjlHE NEW CASTLE COUNTY
MUTUAL
Insurance Company,
NO. 602 MARKET STREET,
INSURES AO AI Ns i EIRE
HOUSES AND ALL OTHER BUILD
INUS,
WITH THEIR CONTENTS,
periods of time varying'from three
ths to a term o years.
MANAGERS,
For
mou
William Tatnall,
James Bradford,
George C. Marls,
Clias. W. Howland,
Edward Bringliurst,
Edward T. Bell ah,
Ashton Richardson,
William Canby,
Geo. Richardson,
John Jones
Clement B. Smyth,
James Riddle,
A. P. Shannon,
George H. Bates,
M. M. Cleaver.
ft a M«i President.
HAM'L HMITH.Hec'v.
fehlO
A Eine W ite Shirt
GUARANTEED TO BE MADE OF
W iimsutta
AND WITH
Musn,
Superfine LINEN Bosom,
FOR >*1.00.
lias never been offered
in this city before. You are Invited to call
and see at the
HEADQUARTERS FOR SHIRTS,
KF'Ruch a bargain
w. B. COLE,
«»a market
dee2i-78wi r
STREET
hew
*D ne aring
ITIiomT« rr1bldB>M, ela ,
are eepeclany^nhui,"
relieved, and their recurmi«,
m e nee of Tarkaht's "
Sxr.T7.KB APKBIKST.
drug store*.
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FOR AN ACRE,
Of the BEST Land in AMErh
the o BEAT UNION PACIFIC KAU
A FARM For $
in easy payments with lout rata ÿà*
SECURE it ISO
Full Information sent free, Mina
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Land Agent, U.P. It. II .omihi
per day at home, f
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Portland, Main e. Tl
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V. F. BURNHAM'S "lî
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F. BURNHAM, York, Pa.
CENTENNIAL GRAMD PJ
AND GOLD MEDAL
California Fruit Drie
Driers furnished to cure from
twenty thousand pounds per day.
basket of Peaches Is worth 50 cenUii
orchard by drying them on this Liier I
stamp for circular to G EO. A. DMA
CI nimbera bat
HEALTH, Tone, VI
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LONG LIFE AND HAPPIS
The Monk's Legacy
will strengthen the nerves, preventin'
ot the physical forces, build up and «
to vigor the most shattered eorutni
and positively cures 1 m potency and »H
nients of the urinary organs, eitheriq
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Address J. PORTER STANLEY il
Manufacturing Chemists, 3t>7 Broow
N. Y. Send for circular.
Vital
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IRON,
IRON,
STEEL,
STEEL,
HARDI
HARDWARE,
AND COACH MATERIAL
Have the Largest Stools ofGorijj
State In their line, and best aasorwl
in the United States. ie1
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Nervous and
7 Restoring the
Imparting Life, Strength,
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ca- Spinal derangement ^
Disorders of the KLiueys-and
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all cases, and condition. ,
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JEWELRY and )(j _
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attention given to Repaint
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