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" st;(r Koine Juror.
r. -Th« I'v.t of to
rer ,,, '"'"' #
ff»- |l|V 1 ', »■ j|i publish an interview
It Oil it Inirersoll, embodying a
'^"'"fHll.lavils, which be makes pnb
.I showing that "several
for the I , late Star Honte trial
^ J "ni ,tl lw'';»oh,sl hy employes of
i'„t öl .lustlce, anil that these
" Lahniv reported their proeeed
«»pi'-" ,7. I,. ,h,v to the Ih'purtment or
W» ,r "!ïà'r' thereof. The first allldavlt
. , . „rule hv William Kuos Brown,
te'ftrjum'r-g.« "»*•. -
- VT, Ol WI Sill NOTOW, lllHTHIOT or
t" 1 ... William Knox Brown, lielit*
I hut he was a juryman In
(.
kaf
Coi'
",t> tin* Star Route that
l cul» l case one Arthur
Job . .
fhit i* kn "' |rf ()
r 11 in ulllsni'shouse and left a note
•e «niant. Alliant
Larin?
Utvanl«!» ~
> mao I""
tujthltin
tin' man
alliai- - •
hand«*«l
an iitî r»*'■
w li-ln'd to
aid Payne, and Payne «aid
M-ked him If he could say
tliat"lie uiplied, and that he had
I hat heeouldsay anyt hing to
I'avne the
took out a pa jmt
jt't<» alliant to read. The paper
itli F. H. Fall, to be
alllmit, to tl e effect that If aillant
» of the jury,
m
ij|nf<l '-y
Tleuiia
t* MurtiH, also
to miivict the defendants in the
fcKuufr tit'i-N "> it alHant's vote or that
Marlin' 1, .duaild hang the Jury, then
«, \ ua- to receive £-.500. Aillant read
rand then said to Arthur Payne:
cording to the evidence.
»p>i".
m ., Jaiiincil iiim'hI, and you both cun
■ioWa«"l 1 *!l a11 VOti ' ,U . , " ,cordnu< e
mi »••inviftioii^T'' Arthur Payne «nid
' yrr and had hi« office
William K Brown.
to before ine this
Fall wa
■üreer.
labscribe-l un I s« <
ilsv nf *.» loher, A. Dpl8M2.
J. F. Ol.MSTFAl),
Notary Public.
n,a D fuilo - tim afVlilavit of Thomas K.
, -1 Washington until July
,! Newiirk, N. J. Mr. Foote
■lit when Fall em
• «-«irrupt the jury and that
fluwii ) to understand that
I hy the Government and
in nt would lurnirth the
(Seal I
,JUf.tr. a b
fct.iinl»"« •
pnrs tin
• wa* pre
W\ i ;
Ipve
Irwi». top - •
the b.'O
> tie- affidavit of James A. Ncl
that Fall
Next
of Wasliing - !*01. lie
him that lie
pliim-ridu'-iit a* a special dwtcetlve in the
; th.it he went with Fall to
riitiV ofllee, where they
nun, who told Ne
the roll at #50 |a*r
vateli flu* jurors.
I .ill D* see ft the colored
innwoul'il V" ! • t" emivlct Dorsey.
Mr, Willi
be employed by
mild s
K"ill. r:i
Att
SrtBn w*t« I ( ..h
bffil.1 l«' pl-i. e.l
Midi, his 'lute* I
hr
( ii.-ke.l i.
ears that Full»
i: i.
I him and endeavored to employ
! I, • \ I nee that one of the Star
ed a bribe in utiother
jury h
- i.imt him, alleging
r the iu«lutiee ol At
tin* [»urpoM j
•ment in e
, and t" m
> ru to induce one
br eonvletlng the d«*
... tb.it the a 11 r« t that could happen
•would be dihagrec
jur\ • "uld I -
of tin 10 I
llfcrtinwt
m o* that during the
Star Route trial Mr.
»1 u.. L ol tli
I.!- I
tin- Vi
»weri .lining uln-ilnT he (llolruead)
by the détendant« l«i
llolinead told Full In
Be« ul :
Miupt tin- jury
:■ iii|.l
Au uliidavit «>l I -lu.nd Tayl
iJfUvUvt- !i\ A. I * MeWCOinl), tl
of Jtmtiee
employed
private
recite«
atneron proinlnc
• t bat tlie defendant
of tin- llejiarttn.-i
io bribe Juror»,
"f Fall to corrupt
• I Foreman Dick- i
i. the Huhfttancc of
;>iihllshed. I
:
ïoliuead.
ii nuKws'rnu.
Att*
iturduv h lui Li,
Mia hr Huri ■
«ter wa» ii«ked
done in the »Stur i
•o.'i u but w:
cine (lime
! I
1.1 In* a ii *
red V. I
i Miiptly that much
_ tin* matter to tin
«I kin I
■* ! 1 '• "I l^•^tim^
' had been !
L.nl yet to be taken ; I
and irregular
e, uh it would
1 guilty men
•h he would
• more of
Department Jua
UM-d i
mi; w* uid he
pitot«.-.- aï.»
Wwe.d i'll.
. d
If,:ha* within
te lis* I:..
spie» hy
who appe
I he at tempt to c
of the defendants
1 J 1 ; that lie hud ordered this
Vld'lHV
to
tikxj.ii
hull
.
Hi tii.
The
1 or oilier having ob
'•I the At tor
•••fore him.
fckbl.tp
lki.ouj,.
, .„»„"'i.rii;;>Y
able proof of the guilt
•I their« would, within |
• nu n ami furnish
*''!'■ <lixelo8lng tuet« that
knowledge,
Itbw instrtiu
ik or ,i
I'll ■
til.
W»!l along
It} Irjr >li.: I .
'•''ii their
' p'll'lll- illlur
! : '"hi by them the «ud-
--t ruinent« would appear
To avtdd tili» effect !
j; 1
tfatal LI,
• Wirtnl Hi
11 publie»! i
j« to be '
I be
aim I'.ngN,
Ilto,
r °a< lte«, ..nt-. bed-bug», rats, mice,
^■•»I'lnuiikr, t b'lired out by "Rough
d- ; ,
n Mull Agent.
Db M
»M. I , i ' K1, ••'»•—An attempt
'' t'"b the United State«
««Iw.tV î » , Z 1 ' 1 • • bom t hi« citv to
kWrir "J 1 "'* :° U,,ty * K -
1,1 • |! "i reai-heil
I*,.:
L Ubulll N
ll
•k,
■lien two
it lo r side of the road
. while
;
i
I
;™ f| aul ii-,,
'"».I tii. i„
third «ei zed
grasped
monkey
- • uml dealt the man a
•<i liirn I
relei
1 'br men wb
■ hi« liobl.
'In
held t lie
!' ; "" 1 a shot at tlie
•Rur Mir
uli bis hat am]
' ' ! - bi^ lialr. The carrier
! v "'ViT and lired at his
s broke away and
ipe. There i«
'Nil.'
L' ltl '"ll,.|. |„ ,
'""'""'i'.' lia- rnl.lH
•int
I- I'lllklll
hilf
d really «lis
•lenl Al
researcli
•d initie «eems,
iintiie
fut urn.
•«•«■ss furnish
• Mrs. I'inkli:
' ■ ■ which the i
•h put ei
•liter
• «st to
I
'. in the
lit 8
II
Z
hi,.;;:

«M,.,i ..
'Äte'!:,: .
•Am,
is a concentra -
, L''b*ausing re
""" I'roiii all who
"i Id
«ly
Uï|
.•i.- ÄÄ
l: : ", „
Mitlil |„,
L*lli''ll l.
. .I nice.
». »! 11 "iiueni'i -. <?oiiHtiniiv
i , "*lnb.us alle«. lion of tlm
«iy.
he cured h
Sec art
Cj*«h | | 1 '
• ''.'i I nient in Pall 111 Of
; ■ > Dime Surit*«
iMMt I'Hi'i.
oi pan
A.ldn s«
intet
{ ""Unuo.l Monthly.
' '""My Drawing of The
•|t Ix«*»v (IrleutiR,
h. lhfla, liirt une
1 hl», Tally (the wheel
"" ■'upervl/ioiioftlen'l«
•"Id du bal A. Early
""I nerve »•« «nuiple«,
' withliel«! by re
gtttor?'' " '»ii. ,, JM' 1 " , ' ,,i «'b to M. A.
St*., .""'ii i», «fi will he «lone
^ W,1 ' ; Un- date '» V »»" b ' ,f '*re No
1 «i ui -V t ,l L ' 'trawing.
< .^'U'in", 'V h '• Blair. I 'rent
rtoi-ov«* K. I) -. ( '»'"'nbu«. Ml««.,
V-N i. , " 1 h:ii i. . i" <M, fiot*t««l throiigii
Ä!''-V'„z M(> -krÄ
I*i'll' 1,l * W * fioltl ill
■•**0,. i., , v ... *'• Johnwii» ot No.
I \ i . 11 lw, "' , h * ' i t y . Kansas;
W,,}:'. 1 ; v ft"''''«''' t Elder
y* V„ l L " ,lr '") w.i> s.â i'V 4 Bl»e third eapi
Ml &«»•>■ «n.l NÎÏ l l V , r rtl «« residing
.. rapit ,i rU,,,,,S V No8 -
Vui 1 , i, "»>r»-ii , 'w!, , !"r- Ni ' x| »".»tn
' 111 '* Un- Ü h " e>»u*wl, bat

M V S'
S:;' 1 -'m:;... .
'•
Ctt 1 "' 1 "
'• N„
: I ■
hv
tiFiti/s sum).
How KUUor Joint Cm-krell
for Helle Mii.-k.-n/l,..
[ rUIUdi lptilti Kei'iml. J
Most people who have admired the little
pon C of /lebe In the hist set of "Pinafore
do not know that It Is not
I>a»lie«| it uA'
part of the opera
as written l>y Gilbert and Sullivan. It was
oompoeeil and the tnusle arranged lor Belle
Mackenzie by John Cockrell, the St. Louis
editor, who on Friday last shot and killed
Colonel Slay hack In the l' v ~.l /lie,,at,/, „Ulce,
St. Louis. Belle Mackenzie made the part
of //eh, famous when she gave the new sonn
for the drat time at the. South Broad Street
Theatre, in this city, during the grcut
"Flnalore" craze ol IH77. When John T
roril war Introduced to Miss Mackenzie In
Baltimore he was struck with her face and
manners, and thought she would make a hit
the stage, so he ottered her a place In his
company In the /lebt role In "Pinafore "
The company was then preparing to come to
Philadelphia to reap the rich harvest
which afterward put thousands of dollars in
the pockets ol himself and Fred Ximmer
man. The pretty Philadelphia blonde, who
was about to make her llrst appealanee, was
not satisfied simply to pose. Hut
authors of the opera had not m itte
for the fair cousin there was some difficulty
In satisfying Miss Mackenzie, until the
matter was mentioned to Mr. Cockrell, who
was at that time the editor-in-chief oY the
Baltimore f/itretfr, and who sat dow n ami
dashed off the song which has since l.i
famous.
the
solo
-come
He Is something of a musician,
and, with the assistance of the director of
Ford's company the song w;
handelt tu Miss Mackenzie, w
quickly caught Ils spirit und mode a great
hit. i he music to w hich the song was se
old Hungarian air, which Mr. Cockrell
heard during Ills tour or Europe
Cincinnati A7„/«inr, ami which made surli
an Impression upon him that he had not
forgotten It.
•t to music
uml at
ip.
■t Is
for the
Water I eat.
Boston, Oct. 11.—The lnU*rcst in Captain
VV'chb's attempt to complete \2K l . c
tinuou« hours in the water lias been Intense,
ami as the end approached to night the ex
citement grew. Captain Webb
have freshened up in a re
during the past 24 hours,
seemed better when he left the tank tl
ruing. At 11.511, Manager Kyle,
behalf of a number of the captain'*
friends, presented him with a magnificent
basket of flowers, and
12 three cheers for Captain Wchh were
heartily given. He climbed out. of hi*
tank on a ladder, and walked
his dressing room without assistance.
afterwards driven to
hotel. His skin shows *
from tin* corrosion of the salt
less In fin tried than yesteiday.
ful endurance exhibited by Captain Wehl» is
amazing. Hentered the
< «il
'em« to
•markalde degree
1 actually
Friday
the clock struck
t«l
lie
hi*
? Molidies «if red
water, hut Is
The wonder
uter at 5.45 p. in.
intending t«> remain in the
, le
• say,
milk 1(MJ In
On Friilav he completed Id« lut» hour« with
only 54 millut«-«' Htmenee. He then Img;
'direr of to ÿ.s(M» tin* atb mpt to
remain in the water till midnight of Satur
day at 12 a.tn. He Miccessfully completed
hin 12 Si^ hour» with only î»l minute« «»iit
*ide the tank, beating hi* own record of 74
hour« by 54« 4 hour«,
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
Straw ii it 11 mg t v Ci.oTiiir.it,
in Ditv Good« Exclusively,
Eighth and Maicket Sticket«.
15 minute« «
•I. «lav.
I)i:ai r.
WOMAN CAN HEALTH OF WOMAN
_ -.
v
IV;SYMPATHIZE WITH
IS THE HOPE 0
\
1 I
RACeXv
. i
J WOMAN.
CYSCTHE
j\
£
N
^
q.
fern
Lfdm
If
:U
-I t v
/f/'
/Z.-KZS
P'A E. PINKHA M'S
VEGETAELB COMPOUND.
A Kure ('are for nil FEMALE WEAK.
KUSSES, Including Lcncorrhcnn, Ir
reuulur mul Puioful 3Ivii«trunti«u,
Inflaniinution mid I'lcrrnlion of
the I'lnoding, PKO
LAPHUS UTERI, A c.
inte, efltraclou« and immédiat«
{'T'Pl'fisant
effect. It i.s a great help in pregnancy nnd
Ip
p.-vrs pain during labor and at ri pular periods.
rilVMI'4V«l SEIT AND PREM P»«E IT ERE ELY.
fyrFoa Atx WE\KKESHits of the generative « rgai.fi
rond t«> no remedy that ha.s ever
r w ». it is
of c
|„.en before the public ; and for all diseases of the
Kidkeym it is ttio Gveuttst Remedy i» the World.
g /T* Kl UNE Y COMPLAINTS of Either Sex
Find Great Relief ln I (a Une»
LYItfY I' PINKHAM'H BLOOD PFRIFIFU
will « I'ttil'enti: every ve«tliç«j RmutiiH ironi
be BHin«' tint«' will prive tone gn«l t-trengfh t>
. As tearv« lloUBIn reHtiltHoa thoCoiii|N)uiiU
m
thewyrte
pound and Blood rurifler
pored nt S3» nnd 836 Western Avenue, Lynn.
Prk-o «>r either, $1. Six bottle." for $6. Tin-Compound
Ih i < nt by mall In tho form <>f pill», or of loe.-ngoR,
rirt-eipfc of prit», tl per bo* for either. Mrs. PInkli
nil letter« of Inquiry. Enr'.ose 3 cunt
stamp. Bond for pamphlet. Mention this Paper.
X H the C
rri.TMA r. pimoiaw' * t.ivkr itt.i a • •.
:ji und Torpidity of the Jver
il^-sohl by all l)ruitp'jsts, - ïl
tloil. llilio'i -
CTO
1 (SI
1847
KOCiEKS BKOS.
(
M or i il c ii 1» r i ta n ii ia 0 o.
HEED Si BARTON
ell
Silver plated w in* from the a
know'll man a tael ii rers. Handling the Im
euse mmntllh*» that we do,
utile«! to offer special price«.
A 1 imp tli At will give y
the ceiling. Dr»
c, push It tip
e. Price 6« to fix.
wilUfuel
vit dtiwj
susjn uded IV«
Will'll 111
wifi n do
•oud Honrs I M* 1111 .i 111 1 y
y night expressly for lookers
see. Do li<d Wlist«* I lie light.
The llrst uml
lighted cvi
to c«
LAWTON'S
CHINA BAZAAR,
005 MARKET ST.
ctll-at-75
v
imr mums.
New I) renn C
.oint», sc., at Sharps.
\Y ILLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PltlCEJ.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Direct from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Tut: largest stork
«* have ever offered.
—Also a full line of—
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
From a.) rents to fg.oo per yard.
WM. R SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
H|»e«r|»l Hiirgai
« -ItllMMell.
b u: m
HIVE
SPECIAL BARGAINS
FOR A FEW DAYS !
Ni*TJ. some of THE FOLLOWING :
r .. 11 *l» , ' , l , il bargain 1n MUSLIN.
•v Hill. 0eeii!> :t y.ir.l: Appleton, A, s
Prluta ma«le perfect g
r
I:
■ Is at ô
:t 1-1 not» Wool Filled
ASH MERE in II
\anl i* whiit astoiiiwhes tbe
miigerons.
h ;«■!.
huiles
l>« lills.l
HALE 11 OS E,
- a pair, regular prtee, ac
st.
• I nan Illy Itinlte.l.
■e<t i.onb-i-ed
-Inch TA Ml
I wuali v sidd >0 .To ,•<
LINEN :t7bj
NAPKlNs
ri.lt
■ I n *n j > 1
bargain» ever placed
♦LW.
'I tie greatest Dim
Die
•r In this eh v
Our Stock of Fall and Wilder
DRESS GOODS!
SILKS, VKI.VF.TS, I'Ll SIIF.S, VIT,
UF.NS an.1 CLOTH SI ITINGSIhv,
I'l.'fe ami «'ontaina many t-hofee
NOVKI.TIES.
VKT
Everybody knows our
are right.
Some of the above uric«
fta.a. . *
prices
arc only for
R. L. RUSSELL.
30 (» Market Street.
invl-. r «rt-mwr
I Hiiey Hosiery hikI (lioierwear.
K\V GO( ■»;' 1
S. Ii. STAATS
No. 405
Market Street,
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
beau 11 fit I designs
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
In
• I
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Als
op* nlag a large and WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF
Ladles',
Gentlemen's ami Children's
Merino Underwear
?
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
» A KAK 1rs Cl/Jf h'.
- W A ft ~ig r. w » &
m
ÏB.'.
j
A
CURE
Dim-hhc I 1 -
wit hi t. : il>
a cause, üb origin Is
anllVstatloiiK without. Hemrc to
• tlu
«•n«*ct,
• the «Usei
red,
ever he v fleeted.
SAFE KIDXK\ AND LIVER
tust this principle.
In
other
WARN Kit's
ft'RF. Is
realizes that
ubilbhed
95 Per Cent.
• from deranged kidneys and
•e at the root oftlio dlfli
I'lie eb iuents of which It Is composed net
diwelly upon tlie.e great organs, both as a food
an*l redorer, and hy placing them in a h":tlthy
eoiidit Ion, drive disease and pain from filesystem.
For tin- Innumerable troubles caused
healthy Kidney, LlvertuN Urinary Organs ; for
tli« 1 distressing Disorders of Women : for Mularhi,
physical «leraugeinents generally, title
iy h:isn«>e<:miL Hcvari-of Imposters,
iieoeiions said to be Just as good,
-k for WARN KR'rt 8AF K Dl A*
of all «lls«!as<*s >
liver.
1 l! strikes
imitations ami «•
For I >hiltci< s,
RKTKS CliHK.
For Bale hj all dealers.
H. 11. WARNER * CO
ROCHESTER, N. V.
PENSIONS TO ALL
Soldiers that ax-redih.il.lr dl y wounds ordisease.
1 ms ofa finger or toc. piles, iliarrhoc.i, rupture loss
~ loss ol hearing,heart and lung discas«
.or any other disease or huit by acci
dent or otherwise, gives you a pension. Widows,
children,fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters are
entitled to pen**i
Pensions procured where dis*
• New discharges obtained. II
orablc discharges nnd pensions f .r al 1 deserter«,
-•yaiti.rAugust 7, i» Pensions Inckhasic^
ironi j G kt to f 72.00 per nionth. UBTFCTHUpen.
slont lilmsasiiecialtv. Advice FREE. A<i fr.-ss
with stamp) B. F. Pritchard,Washington, D. C.
irgo ts I
'jPUUNIP SEED.
Spinach and Hale Seeds.
EVERYTHING IN TIIE SEED UNE
-AT
II 'H
r I i
J. J.
FOURTH AND 8HIPLRY 8T8.
T EG K WEAR.
\
New York novcUltss In spring ami summer
•HK K5 always
Neckwear
SHIRTS I
for ax
• Dollar Shirt has a n putati«
quailed In thlaclty.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
everything belonging to the
A full lino
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
CLOTHING.
. >r.-<
/
v
The Long and Short
Of the story, as told by our cut
this week, is that we are fully
prepared to meet every
gency occasioned by odd-sized
people, and have in stock
Clothing to fit the Fat, as well
as tin; 1 ,ean man.
exi
A. C. YATES ii CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
•pthUjan-Ht
CO A Je.
I AM NOW PREPARED To DELIVE1
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
—OP—
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY USE
—AT
AT TIIE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
All coal
«■11 screened an put In epllars.
B. F. TOWNSEND,
OKI* ICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH ST.
•<r*T. b-phonlc communication with all parts
orthedtv. au g 12
gOMET.IINO NEW.
Connellsville Coke !
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with eorresponding Anthra
cite sizes, $7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST!
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE ! TRY IT !
Ciias. Warner & Co
••
Market Street Wharf.
-100
RHEUMATISM AND COUT CURED
i n c- aid, -h hy n chain nf evidence,
•vli e i every inquiry but makes stronger, that w<j
t/.i/ V'itl, or radical remedy for Rheumatic
•vldeoeo within t!
Wh«
ni.-g>rdeia. and wo put L
if every Millcror in f out money j.u«l without in ire, w
claim tint no one hut the fool will
!.
bring ti
ear. or close his «nos to (bo glad tidings w
Ids bligl terl Ii c In ins i. e to us. io jou. to j
1 p**n*b*ni families, aud to tho consummation of j oui
you were etrb k u down l>\
ogo with us lorn few
ho have drunk of the u*
' ! « . 11 "I tlio jay of ht tilth,
tell to the world tiicir gl »«I expoi !• nc
you no fnlao siuicin*
rannot, hy pr*>■
lends) be probed to the Imttoni and found to be lull
nf truth.
mi
diseu>e. we u.-k
io l!io homes of
nf life ;in*l a 1 «
a«lv t«i
\> «» v. ill p vc
'
inquiry (hy l«*tt
Amort; hun.ln (s cured
io Mr. HanticU, JIM
with Chroulc Hh<*
. Hui ngs. i
r present »pnee allows us
.It Si. Brooklyn: slater
Peur I ' Hl.? i'iriM.kivn— S
217 P ili'O Bl., Brooklyu -
e. Itt.emnntic
l>r. Cacmtn-*
riirouic litic
Mr. tto< hsler,
doctors.
. Nt*vln,
knyland.
•In V
6
h. !»ro< -kl* n—gel ii lien P'i.iunnlli
•or tlOUO *.*- - -
Third Aveline, Brooklyn-Chronic Rheuma
Ruinhridpt* Ft., Brooklyn—
ma(«>ry aud Cbrunio Kh< uuiaiUia
Dyspepsia.
Mi-b. Pllkington, 18S2Ph Ft., Brooklyn—
Rheumalism lur years; "liad tried everything."
I)r. Goodrich, New Vo: k City- «'linmio Hin umadsm.
Mr«, william-,.11, W (Jrnve Bi., New York—t, rribie. npat«
Inflnmniniory Bh iiniiilGiu Wyonrat flngera unjoin led bv it.
Mr. Dixon, Hi W em Hi., New York—Chronic, nervous Uhi-u
mntUm two years.
Capt. Nntlun Wood, 10< South Bt., New York—Chronic
Hheumatl-m 2'Iyeni«.
Mr. Abrnms 77 Greenwich
mntism aud Kidney Dir a*e.
Ju.lge CroHsman. 12 Oakland Av., Jersey Clty-Cbronic
Rheumatism «wml years.
Mr.
e tnttsm
v.iy
d Chronic
«...Now York—Chroulc Rhcu
Tho above named gentleman know many other« cured bv
R. O. of Hheuiuaii-m. Dyap< p«ta, Liver aud Kldm y I» aord.n.
Now give this matter deserved attention, or writ« m.
circulars wtih fuller particular«, and you will bleos the day
yon saw this advertisement.
Elinor«', Atlanta «te Co,. Oft Atlantic Av..
Brooklyn, anil 105 William St., IV. Y.C.
r. I Or/tin ukai.kks.
QKANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IN FACT—
THErUREHT^IUCHEST ANß BEST RYE
By the pa I. or.
bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
?
II ul f< *nn In ij u ul 11
... . , «Id» »»*1 delicate In flavor.
Abisolutelypure rye.
a ,, , , A sure and safe tonic.
□ *.r ,o , A n*Unbie atiinnlunt
S. W. COL. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
niyö-ly-26
SOMETHING NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
1 he Best Beer Brewed.
John K. D
., . ' A S««'-, Celebrated Licbotschaner
!•<>!.• in Inn I.II-/I-1- 11«
Bottled hy
JNO. MUJ.ROONEY,
SOI * 503 TATNALL STREET, (North
west cor. Fifth and Tatuall,) Wilmington,
Also fiole firent for John Gardiner A <:«.'» C'on
lini-IItill Brewery ah- um! porter, brown stout ami
ol.l stock aloe. iuvS-aO
JOHN P. DONAHOB,
*' lltllii.litOl-—
AM, Mll.K .M.:.\ 1 I, y w II. 1.1AM MASSKi
u <-<>.•» PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
_ ® ( (l( br»tPil Bartliolmnay Unrhcster Beer,
lie lire« Injrb are uiifquallcd for purity und
"*V»rj constantly on hnml In kegs
bottled. .Mineral water:; In all
the flifle
tlav
5,7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, J)KL.
Polite and aceoinimid.iting drive
•y mall prom pi I \ att< nded t«». II«
A; d with the T elephone Kxehauge. and hlshignal
myl-10
. Orders
* la also eon nee
V
S>:
* r.'A
V!
'£/m
p*
[ÏJJ
OlESftLE
0
5
S
12
\\ r E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. S.
y y tKYSm-.l» WAREHOUSES pure ryi
tHh-rte."* ,I ,1U ' 10 f°Hoxvlng c«-lel»rate«l «Ils»
CO
A. <)\n b«»l J| ( n., Janiinry 1879 and June 1880.
A. l.uckt nlirlim -r A Hr«»., May 1K79.
Juliu Gibson, Hon A Co., May |«79 >uul June
!* I>i*t Illing I «»., August I «79,
Hlu'nv«K>«t, November lx?!*
Nevemluk (Reading, Pa.,) Fehruarv, isno.
Ml. Vernon. May, Uwo.
The above g <nIb will be sohl either in bond
tax paid at the lowest market rates,
may he seen at this store.
HampleB
NO. IK! MARKET STREET,
m yß-20
FRANCIS KELLY A C(».
D ELA WARF. CARPET HOUSE,
NO. SO» MAUKKT STUKF-T.
We have just
reive«! a large stock
FINIE —
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
CARPETINGS
—Als«» a large assortin' nt of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
a call and satisfy yourself that we are
giving bargains."fc*
W<.tv<
HENR Y
GI^EISE,
WILMINGTON. DE
iJOAYS'IBIA^
Off
pYESy
mum,
EEfGRE — AND
AFTER
Electric ".pplianccs are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0ÜMG OR CLD
IN

TVS.
Vioor, Wasting Weaknksnks,
Buffering from Nkrvops Pkiulitv.
Vitality, La« k
• N KllVrl 1
I nil tlio.-e diseased
of a Personal Natuiik resultiug from Auesus
Otiikr Cat ses. Sjwedy relief
ra t ion of ! 11 : a i.th . Vioon nnd Manhood UÛ aka xte ed.
The grandest (li.-eovery of tlie Nineteenth Ci ntiiry.
Send at. once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address

VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
Iftmted
AGEVTS! AGENTS! AGEVTS!
For GEN. DODGE'S bran'
Thirty-Three
:w book, entitled
.
Years Among
E
OUR WILD INDIANS!
; record of the Author s T hirIf/-Three Yearn /•,
Rxperkhct among our Itulian* With an ublc Intruduct
■fü
Bv Gen. Sherman.
This
work was at
fiubccribed for by President
entire Cabinet, and by (ten. Shi
drauf, den. Sh, eitlen, den. Jlannuk , and thousand» ot Eni
Men. Gkk. Grant my h: "/< m the Inst book
rer written. ' Bis nor Wii.ky (Metlindist)
•ay»:—"ft is a hook of immense value ' It is the on/y authen
tic account of
Indian Life
Indians
pnhllshi'd, fully reveal
life," Beeret doings, exploits,
replete* with thrilling experiences of the Autl
mous Scouts. Trappers, C
iug their "i
It is
, and of fa
, Bonier Ruffians,
Jt m it
-lioyo. Miners,
vividly portraying Life in the Great We
•13d thousand in jirrss. With Steel Engravings nnd Superb
Chromo-Lithograph Plates in 15 Colon*, from photographs
made by tin* U. 8. Government ex/.»
AGENTS! This gram! I ook i
» sHly for this great work .
-selling oil
others 10 to 1. I/o coin/.'tition. Agents average* IO to 20
orders u «lay. We want lOOO
elusive Territory awl Sf/ecial Terms pit
!ars with full particulars sent J'rce. A
sent in addition for n .'1 ce
Our large circu
8(>ecimun Pluto
amp. AdilrcRs tho «>lc pub e,
A. 1). WORTHINGTON & CO., Hautvouu, Cons.
8.
\..
«17
st
it d
EEDLL
GAS LAMP
—OF—
50 Candle-Power
*
pxocrillnr the light of 3 ordinary gas lets. Burns
headlight «»il. Price « . « * D.
parat i v«* View" of annual <*nst of* '.'SO ('. p. in
terior lighting, by 0 "Ni (',||i*b:i»" Lumps #15.70.
s lets f>19.
eefns of GRAND AI.*« A LI
Pli» ndel 1er«
•»"dip. p.ft.
I
7i,isisr;
t 4110 P. P
«I will..
•«1er. Table Lamps
C
aas»«* tales
W. B. ROBINS
Patentee and Manufacturer,
IG2 Main Street, (2nd floor,)
and on Change iîaily,
CINCINNA n
Rcsblc
P.
J.
myll-.TüS
e:
MIS V1ÏJ.LANÆO VB.
—.
REMOVAL !
From S. W. Cor. to N. E Cor. Fifth and King Sts.
WHERE WE HAVE OPENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Wareroom Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ever offered in Delaware, made expressly for
newest designs and at the lowest prices.
our new wareroom from
tie
DAVIDSON & BRO.
.- - - ■ ■ - — _ _ OCty-J^tf ■
JOHN MEALEY
*
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
Dealers lu «ne. WINES and LIQUORS for Famijy
C. CONRAD & CO.'S
and Medicinal Purpom. Also
M
ORIGINAL "BUDWEISER" BEER
1
St. Louis, Missouri.
. ÿssaEapssBSfflsssîassæt
..tlu r Hum tl„. <:i^l N H aTtH W "BUdV 7 Ki!)Ett! "'' < 'rorUl' t T b 0 j" r l " lire " 1 lo """-r
JOHN MEALEY,
Agent For Delaware.
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COR. SECOND AND KING STREETS ;
AND COAL TARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE.'
URANCH OtOTCK AND DEPOT, Fourth and Poplar street», and No. aw Wot Eighth »true,.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE:
AS) eent» per week I 16 pound» dally. M cents ner
.56 eent» per week 20 pound» dally. $6 e t» Kr
<0 «-nt» per week | 25 pound» dally. «1 12 1
*' e. »UN..M AND OVER AT TH E RATE DF «lernt» per 100 pound».
dv nVoniViY' a tie u? Ion tll V.l l:1I J »r a driver should Ih- made known at tile nfflre at >
i\» l*<"inpi attention. Me keep eoiiHiantly un ha*i«l h «'IIOICE SELECTION of
mi tin nnist popular mines, which we deliver In cellars free of charge, where »hutewagun*
apr 30-20
ICE HOUSE
5 pounds dally.
S pounds daily.
12 pounds «hilly.
per
Tlu* least
and it will n
CO AI. I
lie
FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
KER^riLlZER
FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
T
One of the best Fertilizers ever used in New
Castle county.
For facts of the case inquire of
Samuel Ilanby, Norris Talley, Curtis C. Ilanby, T. S.
Robinson, Charles Talley, C. M. Talley and others.
V.
SCOTT & SON, General Agents,
Ward P. O., Concord Station, Balto. Central R. R.
J. M. HINKS0N, Traveling Agent.
Special Announcement!
7,7-w8t,eow-85
Special Announcement!
Sanimel Lees,
Nos. .3, 5, 7 and 9 N. Second Street, (above Market) Philad
offers great inducements in
BLA.'K SILKS, CASHMRRE8, DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINENS, MUSLINS,
ULOVES, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, Etc.
STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIRD AT LOWEST JOBBING RATES.
SAMUEL LEES,
NOS. 3, 5, 7 and 9 NORTH SECOND STREET
t NORTH EAST CORNER EIGHTH and SPRING
or127
GARDEN STREETS. PHILADELPHIA.
Established 1881.
H. KRUGER & CO..
No. 940 Market Street, (Post Office Block) Philadelphia
Importers. Wholesale and Retail dealers In
FRENCH CHINA, BOHEMIAN GLASS MAJOLICA, CURIOUS PARISIAN AND
GERMAN FANCY GOODS, AND ENGLISH DECORATED DINNER, TEA
AND TOILET WARE.
IN »TTERY,
Remember the nuniher (Post Ofllee Block) :
940 Market Street, second door below Tenth, Philadelphia
Jan5 r
Wall Papers, Window Shades,China,Lamps & Glassware
The reliable place to get any of the above goods Is
C. G. 6REENMAN & CO.,
NO. 411 MARKET STREET, WII... DEL.
-ii.
Where you can
. C. (i. G KEEN MAN.
always g*-t flrst-class goo«ls at reasonable prices. We cordluily Invite j'ou to call.
GEORGE W. GOODLEY.
E
5-26. w&«lt-lin-21
S. N. ANDERSON,
511 MARKET ST., (Morning News Building.)
FINE PAPER HANGINGS.
Tiie finest, largest uml best selected stock of wall paper in the State. Decorations
ami designs unsurpassed. The price of both good« and lal>or will be reduced for
July and August. We wish to keep our efficient workmen employed.
Shading Department, which is most, complete, Iwitli in goods «ini trimmings the
same reduction takes place. IIENKY GUERjN, Manager.
In our
fi, 22-2w-at, 1 1B-20
UM) ER TA K ERS.
JOHNSON Ä BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
8. W. COU. TENTH A MARKET, STS.,
WILMINGTON, DSL.
Rkmidknp
\.. HARRY JOHNSON,
«17 Je
st p29-tnwf-ly-14
JAMES MoKENNA,
Fuknisiiino Undertaker.
ti. T. IIARNIULL,
2Z«I ami Talual «I«.

imL
NO. 2*23 WEST SECOND STREET.
Wilmington. Dklawauk. fi-i-fi-21^
QUEEN Si BRO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
OFFICK—SOI'TIIKAFT COBNKB FlF
ANUK MTltKKTS.
t>R
Rcsblc
P. J. GliKKN, 1115 West Tlilr.l fitrret.
J. F. GKRBN, 708 Madison atr«*«*t.
«"Taylo
p'a latent Improved curpae gwwrrve
JJRUiitilsrS.
JJEALTH IS WEALTH.
DR. K. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN
l RE ATM ENT, a sped He for llvsterln, Dizziness,
Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Deprea
slon. Loss of Mcniorv, 8|HTUiatorrha-»*, Imp
ten«*y, Involuntary Remission, Premature O
Age, caused hy over-exertion, self-abuse,
over-indulgence, which leads to misery ,dc*cay
and death. One box will cure recent eases. Each
box contains one month's treat men t. One dollar
a box, or six boxes for 65; »«»t by mail prepaid
lof price. We guarantee six boxes to
ease. With each order received by
for six boxes, aeconipanh-d with 6-S we will send
the purchaser a written guarantee to return the
money If the treatment does not effect a cure.
Guarani«-«* Issued only hy N. B. DAK VORTH,
Druggist,corner ttecond ami Market slreela, Wil
mington. Delaware, oleagmit.
•elpt
f PBUS8£S A SPECIALTY.
A LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
TRUSSES!
To suit any kln«l of Rupture. Over 85 years' „„
perhMice. A Ht guaranteed. A private apart
•••«•nt for ladles. LADY ATTENDANT.
Z. JAMES BELT,
APOTHECARY,
B1X.TH AND MARKET STS., WIL.< DM I*
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