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„„BNIN" *»*«.** *
«nia at Wcnonâ, Mion®
^0"
* J*d* tu laafiïâ ta Quinary.
• „„oancedolR-C-Storr.*
i*U tr,U, nuf«ctur«n> of Dedham,
^ f f,"uaMnt^|i80,000 ; a«rU,
«
to
of
the
a
the
the
in
^ OaultglR Annotation met
ü* wf ï?.ubunr ReprMonUÜV« of
.be Colw*d Btata.
'"flS«'.Item New York city
* c ? P f,uetioii ye.u*r«l*v- U w«.
1 Ä »ember, of the Cb.mber of Com
"ÏÎ'f'^vembet 1 the llfht .bown
•üjafrlwr Light .utlou, HuoMDgtoo
*55, will be Hied red, lu.te.d
Jjïytp, .» berctoiore.
" O-flSTÄ wm incorpormtad
W L A Uny, with » ' «piul of
« '"„ prb.c'p.1 office will be In
Anthracite Gobi
for*
member« of till- Leirl.lalure
('„i.da, were held yreterday In
i,.. Four of them-ere c.r
,-nl and two by the
Pullman P»l»<'<* ( ' r Gomp.ny .t
r tfrdav dirluml a quarterly dlyl
Nne. ,li.re Irntn the net enmliip,
Vivrniln'r 13 to atockbolder« of
f f«l
of
If the (foViTiilii
th«
Honmbci-L
».riff Ouinilwdoners continued In
jSta yo.lerd.r iu New York.
they will .bu|>ly retd over the
»Ukeii, compare note«, »ud proceed
, up tlieir report.
uguie* Mlnt.ter Lo«au «u received
îlldent of Chill on the 8th ult.
btt mode expretaed very friendly
favorably commented
V
posts, and were
w the Chilian press.
xoiBBüsItürt. hi the CotulUulloH office,
totl niiiilnue on «trike, «nil the
.«euiout In a fdi-liloo with the help of
nftbe editor« uni *.tributore u «re
printers will be hired In other
HMI
L tin hundredth nniriveniary of the
Lsl of Yonkers wa» celebrated yeater
Ltotcitv, according to the program
Lit, i Idrtri' influx of visitor», and It la
Lad that 10 ( 1,000 people witnessed the
i--*
hetah: train <.n the New York and New
Qnilmail was run luto on Tuesday
Ibv toother freight train, at Bolton
One locomotive was
Lite track aud a caboose
'Connecticut,
h thrown fron
vneked.
Biue the yesterday morning a
into the rear of a coal train
Central Railroad of New Jersey, at
*1 Nation. The freight engine and
M(«e and f<
In n
of the coal train
tracked. The engineer of the freight
liuInjured, |jerbaps fatally.
bCommlsioiHT appointed by the 8ec
notthe Navy to report upon the ad
Mqr of tlu* bale of any of the Navy
imnized yesterday in Washington
fc election oi Commodore Luce as
(tot. Th« Commissi
loo » tour of Inspection In a few days.
Ry-six case« ot yellow fever and three
hwere reported In Pensacola yesterday,
li curt to date, 1,78.T ; deaths, 147.
KkXarhcliulk, publisher of the Adamt
M, U hick of tlie fever, after having
two children by it. The weather at
scolt Is unfavorable, being described as
eroaturally warm.
is stated that of the eleven Western
& manufacturer» who have been in cou
lee iu Cincinnati for two weeks, ten
agreed tu the plan of consolidation
Daily proposed, and that the final steps
probably be taken to complete the ar
^ment to-day. The manufacturer who
les tojolu ha« hin factory In Madlsou,
onsin,
«State officers called l»y Governor Cor
to advise him In regard to the new
IU)I at Albany, mi't lu»t night ami re
Wüdnl the immédiat«* coinpletlon of
Mth only ot the building as ia needed
W°rary quarters for the Auseinhly at
Ittaiti' Mshiuii. The Governor stated
M»ould, therefore, not call an extra
Is of the Legislature to consider the
will probably
■»
in
Pittsbur
says " the
(•«krl bpring ev«*r made lias Just been
Jmullv rolleu a t KIonian's steel works
itjorttie I iilte.l State»Car Motor Com
Tof Philadelphia. The spring is »10
! wog, six luclie» wide and one-quarter
■««Srk. It will be tempered and
J.uj w* "«tor Company at their works
nilweijihiu, and exhibited iu the Bl
parade."
1>"U'I Dio lu the House.
j*teb™ Rats.''
J*, w bu^ m,,
"iptphcr». 15 1
Clears out rats,mice,
*, unts, moles, chip
i-ents.
A Nevada Itridal Tour.
'arson Appeal.)
"other day „Id Uncle Bailey's
ll "' plank-house. Thi
uiece
e next
the new couple
i„ lt u T 1" l' 18 wood wagon, drawn
jorilitotugular steed». Night over
lï." Kest » 011 Glcubrook
'"'•ked whether they could have
«JwatioL.s, and the proprietor of the
u they could have all they wanted
»•Mi. w a,M,ut the lodgings I"
MsoM nuu.»» The taveru keeper,
11 tlie situation, pointing to a
3*«Th . bi,ie of the r<md » re -
»» «p^' re 8 fhe bridal chamber over
in
uni . „ , oou P* e examined it, aud
E,, ftutlsfaction. turned in,
j, o »lau ' slept that night ou the
for hl* . I 11K the room. They
ipiri, *! e hiorniug In the liest
,1'"* enjoyed the "tower" as
had been to "Pttr«*^*. ,,
PUNIEST ke TAII. STOCK OF DRY
,, GOODS,
kü & Clotuier,
Eiobt,. "! v .i ionus KxCM'BIVRI.Y,
kiui Market Btkkkth.
IC; 1 ^ FttU ,tuMii,eM -
r Hu. ! ,al ^ ai, d caps iiow iu
%ie ev ! r I "i ''^'Khut stock oi Derby
ln i'f "V" 1 '' U P- Price« a« usual,
e,N,j ou ' , - v ' E. II. Kuntford &
™ u'urket utri'ct.
ttlnl Manna
S« ng , and cures
' v , rtl drug «tore. Bird
an "*'*n, N. J.
iv, c
Moii
deni dH,i!„ 4 , 8ufl : rl, 'K from nervous
u / "r I m potence «hould s
ifi.ru ,n * Fulton nti-eet, New
I'l'-lc treatise on lost man
tis, w
Scut
•1er
r, free.
:
umptlvea.
•overv" is a concentrn
r b|«»ud-cleunHlng remedy
oui all who use it
nie I'oinmon piiiiide,blotch
fc'-'w. iutori.'i,J 1 !. HcrotulouH swell
to i(, ! l, v or, Horcne: » und ulcer
I. « |, U . ' 11 'KU influences. Cousuiiip
II, iis...ri.\ ,u,ulous sfl'octlon ofthe
(to °l*l'i^ litt.i if ^ fttuge8.be cured by a
kf" l "l'tlou ui.Vi u u ." article
aj; 0rl 'l'i* in,,'.., 11 lr ® ttt ni«ut In Part 111 of
Ito'i».f . . y Bin»« Series oi imm
|£ u »l)i». r ^
• *^-V.
SSL".
M«|

•M
*»)hu,
I'iolo
.fro
u...
:,|,1 l'ft, post-paid.
hv M Kim; 1
Add
. AH8«H'IA'
lu At
•ouitie Fl uuegaii.
,, «hiiï.t'î l .î !ie l rt ' wt *' Hiore Is a
. • .»in.!- HR interview
l*Kl.i..r??' ^ r ' Michael A. Fln
Mr. F 1.1.^ ?®*'°** Rrighton street,
HlJ^Tlie |'* rlruwii in the September
Ç? Wfl »"» Stau- lottery
taïï- 1 li.uii'r.'Ü^C"" 111 '« hlm aim dollar,
I *1 L? ,Ujo - H| I( tli'v. W lot., the
tot, Sît^yaud 11,1 î da a lnB paid hlm
^ f sî I l b ® trlüd toget Finne
H man taken by sur
•ktt ', K }'»bf t a tt n , 8e « , »e<l to look upon It
5»tL' \ f|VI*erul |.'Ä ÄW . ordinary t*ecur
WJJ '"I le lo U u | V H P 1 */ * 'R begun. Some
•y. 'iuuuy furtuaata on Novem
THAT PO«tt JAV.
Department Clark« Hot to rear Hubbl«,
New Tore, Oct. 18—Poatmaatar Pearaoo,
having learned that the bead» of depart
menu In the poet office bad been requested
to aid in the collection of fund» for political
purpose« from the employ es under them,
to-day Issued a circular eamnjr the attention
of thoae officers to the fact that by aldlnit in
the collection of these funds they were
guilty of a misdemeanor and punishable by
a line and by discharge from the service t>f
the United States. Mr. Jay Hubbell and
Secretary Folger wtre closeted togc
the Treasury DepartfocDt for nearly an hour
this morning. Mr. Folger has thus far dis
countenance«! the raids made by Hubtoll'»
agents U|*on the department clerks to collect
political assessment«, and the New York
Stalwarts have loudly expressed their dis
satisfaction with the Secretary for his ig
norance of "practical politics.'' It is not
believed that the nomination ot Judge
Folger for Governor of New York will give
Mr. Hubbell any advantages that he does
not now possess.
Washington, Oct. IS. — It i» expected
that all of the department clerks residing
in Peuusylvanfa who e
their homes will vote at the coming election.
Reduced rates of fare will be offered them,
aud the exp«*
thcr at
afford u trip to
of the trip will be mude a*
light as possible. It han lieen the custom «>f
tin* varioiiH St at«* Kepulilican associations iu
this city lor many yearn past to cucour&ge
the menibcra t«» vote at every important
election, and aa a general rule the clerks are
glad to avail themselves of the privilege.
They are thus enabled to retain political
standing at home and to maintain a certain
prestige among their associates here. The
statement that the clerks are compelled to
Vote is untrue. They can do as they please
about It without fear of Incurring the wrath
of Jay Hubbell or Senator Cameron.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kid
ncv and Urinary complaints, cured by
'Buchupaiha " $1.
nur uouvs.
New Diwm tioodd, ci„ at Sharp«.
•yyiLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PKIt'Fd.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Direct from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
largest stock we have ever öftere«!.
-Also a Tull llue of
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
From tt cents to f2.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHAl^P.
Fourth and Market Sts.
Fancy Hosiery ami Underwear.
N
EW GOt 'IP I
S. h. STAATS,
Market Slreet,
No. 405
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
•nd beautiful design»
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
Ill
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
W ELL
Also opening a large
SELECTED STOCK OK
Children's
Ladies', Gentlemen's and
Merino Underwear,
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
KIDNEY-WORT
cFOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
CONSTIPATION.
0
1
No othor disease is so prevalent in this ooun
K try as Constipation, and no remedy has ever
• equalled the celebrated Kidney-Wort as a
E
THIS distressing oom
a plaint Is T#ry apt to be
PILE8
r
£ oomplioated wit h oonstlpotion. Kidney-Wort
strengthens the I ' ' ' '
a cures all kinds ol
• and medialnse hare before failed,
ft in- twit you h a«re eithe r of th J
USE (
troubles
tmnna
KIDNEY-WORT
(i«ts Ml
CARD.
To all who
cretl«
nii fiering from the error» of IiuIIh
of youth, nervous weakness, early decay,
loss of inunhootl, « te., 1 will send a recipe that
will cure you, F^tEE <>F CHARGE, lhl»
remedy was dl»eovered hv a missionary in
America Send a self-ad«!reused euvelone to the
Bay. JOSEPHT. INMAN, station D, "ewYork
City. oci7-iM»-iy-iu
^RAPPING paper.
WOODBINE MILLS.
I.AHKI. BKtllSTKBRH
GUARANTEED FULL COUNT.
K EH no ARY 5TII, 1878.
18 SHEETS TO THE QUIRE.
»THAW WKAI'l'INU,, to befall (Btandarclj
count, should have 18 »heels |in .each Quire, ami
2« Quires to each bundle.
being »old with
• cases a» few as
to the c
they d«» not
•h paper
«I In
d^l'here is
16 sheets to the quire.
12 sheets. Tliese tacts
pure.er, tlu* paper being l«»w In price,
think of the number of »beeis tlu
bundle. COUNT your PA I KK. A»k
not know
"WOODBINE,'
d HGuaran
srirÄÄ ai? 3 *uïâ:'
a
It
, lUV ( ,fto give you "WOOD
W rauiilng, au«l take nothing
UtKcheapest 1». the market.
Ask the firm yo
BINE MILLrv'
else, as this paper
Count, Quality .Weight & Color
to %uy any paper but the
WOODBINE MiLLS.
»pni-lui
PIAMOS AMU O MO A MM.
^AGNER'S
Piano & Organ Depot.
KERIIINANI) WAHNE«.
Manufacturer of th Celebrated
Wagner Pianos and Organs,
Has elegantly ilttcd
ip the premises,
726 M ARK ET STREET,
Wagner's Piano and Organ
Warerooms.
He will open to the public with a full
stock.
SATURDAY, OCT. 14,
With IManos and Organs bv the following
c«*lebtsled makers: Plan»» by
ERNEST GABLER, N. Y.
K. WAGNER, Baltimore.
EDW. McCAMMON, Albany, N. Y.
EMERSON, N. Y.
STONE, N. Y.
THE BURDETTE ORGAN,
NEW ENGLAND ORGAN,
B. SHONINGER OROAN,
BELMONT ORGAN,
F. WAGNER ORGAN,
LITTLE GIANT ORGAN,
And Many Others.
All ofthe beat mak«*
rnull'd at from live to
<1 finish,
years,
for sale at manufacturer»' price».
Mr. Wagner will guarantee all of hin lust
nient» to give the best of satisfaction,
sell cheaper than any house In the rtmi
also make» a »pcclalt y
I list ruinent»,
id fully war
•i«l will bl
«I will
ntry. lie
Importeil musical
o! ti
Very Old and New Violins,
Guitars and Other In
struments.
maker», fine»! Ko
»leal merchaiirtl»«*, of
will keep the flue»t »took only.
•«1 Kurop«'
•I other I
by celeb
8trln
Will«'
Ft
Nl/fK 'E—Examine the stock at
NO. 726 MARKET STREET
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
octll-llS-tr
WAMNKR'S CURB.
Safe
K
eylMR
cure'W
vi
_ effect, not a cause, its origin If
within; Its manifestations without. Hence to
the «ilseose the cause must be removed, and
be wffected.
AND LIVER
lust this principle.
Disease is
other way can a cure v
WARNER'S SAFE KIDNEY
CUKE Is established
realizes that
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases anse from deranged kidneys and
liver, and It strikes at once at the root of the «tlffl
culty. The elements of which It U composed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a f«*od
and restorer, and by placing them In a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from the system.
For the Innumerable troubles caused by
hoklthy Khlnoy, hirer «ni Urinary Organs :Jor
the distressing lllsorders of Women ; forMalarla,
■»leal derangements generally, this
great remedy has no equal. Beware of tin posters.
Imitations and concoctions said to bejuslasgood
For Diabetes, ask for WAKNEK'8 SAFE D1A
aud f«»r
BETES CURE.
For Sale by all dealers.
H. li. WARNER A CO,,
ROCHESTER, N. Y
r |'HE PUBLIC IS REQUESTED CARE
X FULLY to notice the new and enlarged
scheme to be drawn monthlv.
Air CAPITAL PRIZE, 175.000.-»
Tickets, only |5. Shares lu proportlou
I A ^
■Hi » W ♦ "H •
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
lncorporeted In 1M8 for 2li re.r. by tho LreUl»
ture for Kilue«tlon»l «n.ldi«rlt»ble purpo.es
wlth s r.plul of . 1 , 000 , 000—10 which « rcerve
fhml of I66O.U00 hm. «lue« be«n added.
overwhelming popular vole Ils rr.nclilM
wh.' made a purl of llie preuentSlateCou.lllutlon
adopted 1 >eeelnher2.1, A. l>., 1«7S.
The only Lottery ever vote.1 ou «nd endorne.1
hy the people or «ny »Ute. _ „ v .,
It never scales or postpone». ITS UKANU
8INULR NUMBKIl UKAWINUS lake plaee
monthly. oPPOKTUNITY TO WIN A
KOKTUNK. KI.KV KN TH OBA ND DBA WINS.
OLAhS !.. AT NKW OKI. K ANS, rUE»
DAY. NOVKMBEB Hth, IM»-U0tb Monthly
Drawing.
the following schein«, r4J „ V '
exclusive supervision and management ofULN
KKAL G. T. BEAUREGARD of La., and
iKNKKAi. JUBAL A. KARL\ of Va., who
nanage all the drawings of this Company, both
.»rtlluary aud seml-anuual, and attest the cor
rectness of the published Official Lists.
under the
«OOk at
Capital Prize, $75,000.
10U oui TICK HTH AT K1VK 1MJLLAH8 EACH.
FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS In rROl'OKTION."
list or prizes:
. » 75,000
. 25,000
. 10,000
. 12,000
. 10,010
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 20,000
. 30,010
. 25,010
. 26,000
1 Capital Prize of....
pliai Prise of....
pltal Prize or...
_ of »6,000 .
5 Prize» of 2,000.
10 Prtxes or l.ooo.
20 Prizes of
100 Prize» of
300 Prizes of
500 Prize» of
1,000 Prizes of
200 .
..
approximation PRIZES
» 6,750
0 Approximation Prizes of »760.
J !! •• 250!
4.500
2,260
. »205, 500
l.wri Frt.M. »niouiiilua to.
* ..i.lt.'.tti.u for r.tua tt> .-n.tis »It.«lit only be
.....R to ll. ' oin?eofUlecoii,p»uvlnNew Orlean..
furttivr tn*l'oriu«tt...i, ^rly olrerly. airly
lull addre»». Hend orders by iïîKSSrt^oîatv Cl
«•re«l I elle r. or Money Order, a«l«irei*seo only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
nr, *t. 'seviuth Street, Washington, D. U.
N. B.—Orders addn;»»ed
... i.riMitnl attPllth.il.
Wll
New orl.
EFFNER'S
11
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
— Basement of—
285 MARKET STREET.
Meat» served from 7 a.
. to 12 night.
v.p28-ïm-H
U
T.
'I*
Is
The Loiiif ami Short
Ö
Of the story, as told by our cut
this week, is that we are fully
prepared to meet every exi
gency occasioned by odd-sized
people, and have in stock
Clothing to fit the Fat, as well
as the Lean man.
A. C. YATES A CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
septlSQan-®4
VOAJ
AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVEl
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
-OF
8UPRRIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY U8I
—AT THB
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
All coal well screened an put In cellars.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH BT.
g9*Telephonlc communication with all part*
ofthecltv. augl2
gOMETHING NEW.
Conncllsville Coke!
Cruahetl for Family tue.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite sixes, $7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO ASH !
NO DUST!
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE 1 TRY IT
Chas. Warner & Co.
)
Market Street Wharf.
-100
RHEUMATISM ANS GOVT CURED
When we «* u esiablish by n chain of evidence^
RHEUMATISM ANS GOVT CURED
When we «* u esiablish by n chain of evidence^
wh c i overv inquiry but makes stronger, that
have 1 1" only real, or radical remedy for Rheumatic
Disord «'.s. aud we put that evidence within tlie reach
»•ry Nullerer without money and without price, we
claim that no one but the fool will turn lo it a dcaj
tar, or close hi« eyes to the glad tidings wo bring to
bis blighted life. In justice to us, to you, to y
dcpcndcut familles-, and to the consummation of y
lile'H ainbitum before you w«*re strickt n down by
jmk you to go with us for a few momenta
drank of the uta/trt
full of the joy of health, ready to
I
diseuse,
to the homes of s<
of life and
tell to the world their glad experience. We w ill g:ve
you no false Maternent, aud m ike no a=scriioF which
ran not, by proper Inquiry (by letter or » rough
fi lends) be probed to the bottom found to be hill
>f truth,
tiretie eared ot
:k, U» Pl;aw
present spsee silo
f. r
;
I »L. Brooklyn; ■
f Brooklyn —
wiib Ch
Mr. Hut'Bgs. U4
Dr. OseBHterer,
Cbroulo Rheums'lo
BSVSrs llheuinstlo
2t7 Rstlla St., Brooklyn —
QoutSye—*
Brot'klyu—SolsUt
■ 81000 iu other
-hud expuutlt
6 y
, 4&1 Third
nd. 259 Bslnhrldgs Pt.. Brooklyn—
M
liu
Äsylsi
o- Inliaii
w
DyapepsU.
Mrs. Pllklnston.
Rheumatism for y e
Dr. Goodrich. N<
Mrs. WIUism«>ii
inflammatory Kln i
Mr. Dixon, 142 W
mstiarn
Cspl.
24th St., Brooklyn—
everythin*.''
York City—Chrome Rhioi
W Grove St., New York-ten
st'mn Wye
i Bt., New
e sud Oli
Iteoi
; Augers unjotaiifl by it.
k—ChrooU. nervous Ubeu
an Wood, 104 South St., New York-Chrouio
m
""«n
wlo. A.,, New Twk—Ctarwito «lu.
Mr. Abr
mstlsm and Kidney Disease. %
Judge Grossman, 12 Oakland Av., Jersey Clly-Chronlo
Rheumatliru several years.
ed gentlemen know many others oared by our
, Dyai»«pela, Llvsr sad Kidney Disorder
Now give this matter deserved attention, or write os fur
R. U. of Rheumaii
er psrUculars, and you will blasa tha
day
circular* with
yon saw this advertise meut.
Elmore, Adams At Co.. 06 Atlantic Av.,
Srodfclyn, mad 106 Willi
Kt.» Es YsC«
LXQVOM VEdT.EBS.
TOHN P. DONAHOE,
U -BOTTLER 0F
4KD »OLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
A CO.'8 PHILADELPHIA
«Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
— ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartholomew Recheater -Beer.
T. Tie brewings are unequalled for burlty
flavor; constantly on hand In kegs <
bottled. Mineral waters In all
the different flavors.
SI d
5.7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
4W"P<;llte and accommodating driver*. Orders
y « -bil promptly attended to. He Is also connec
tai v. Itli the Telephone Exch ange, and his signal
myl-18
Is
-A.
iikaleLi
m
E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
BONDED WAREHOUSES
w
pure
th* following celebrated
wliUkie» l'r
tftUSMB»*
A. Overboil Jr (jo., .lanunrv iwn ana June issu.
A. Guckenheliner A Bro., May 1879.
John Gibson, Son A Co., May 1879 and June 1680.
Ilaunts Distilling Co., August 187».
iherwood, November 187» and June 1880.
«leversink (Reading, Pa.,) February 1880.
Ml. Vernon. May, 1880.
*ds will be sold either In bond or
: lowest market rates. Samples
at this store.
The above
tax paid at
may be ■"*«*•»
NO. 10» MARKE!' 8TÄEET.
Mi
FRANC18 KK1.I.Y « CO.
myS-20
(^RANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IN FACT
TUB PUREST, RICHEST AND BEST RYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
By the galion or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY,
Absolu tel y pu re rye.
A reliable stimulant
W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
myS-ly-2»
Uniform In
and delicate in flavor.
and safe tonic.
8 .
!
gOMETHING NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
John F. Betz A 8on*s, Celebrated Llebotschaner
Bohemian Lager Beer, Bottled by
JNO. MULROONEY,
Ö01 A 508 TATNALL STREET, (North
west cor. Fifth and Tatuall,) Wilmington,
Also sole agent for John Gardiner A Ce.'s Con
tinental Brewery ale and porter, brown stout and
iVS-20
old stock ales.
T\ELAWARE CARPET HOUSE,
/ NO. :«» MARKET ST!
We have Just received a large »lock
VINE
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
CARPETINGS
—Also a large o8Sortin«*iit of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING» AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
a call and satl»ry yourself that we are
giving bargains.
HENRY GRE13E,
WILMINGTON. DE
awKiHi
* DR. t §Tk
ÆEÜV
BEFORE-AND-AFTER
Electric Appliance» are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
W HO are suffering from Nervous Debility.
Lost Vitality. Lace or Nerve Force and
Vioor, Wasting Weaknesses, and all tho»e di»ea»ea
of a Personal Nature resulting from Abuses and
OTHER CAUSES. Speedy relief and complete resto
ration of Health, vioor and Manhood Guaranteed.
The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century.
Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC HIT 60.. MABSHAll, WICH«
Winded
AGENTS! AGENTS! AGENTS!
For GEN. DODGE'S bran' new book, entitled
Thirty-Three
Years Among
OUR WILD INDIANS!
A true record of the Author s Thirty-Three Yean Ptnomed
Indians. With an able Introduction
By Gen. Sherman .
This new work fu at once subscribed for by President
AnTBun and entire Cabinet, and by Gen. Sherman, Gen.
Grant, Gen. Sheriden, Gen. Hancock, and thousands of Em
inent Men. Gbm. Géant »aye: "It is the beet book on
written. ' Bishop Wilbt (Methodist)
value." It la the only outhen
publlahed, fully rsveol
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huU
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Inf their M inner Ilfs," aeeret doings, exploite,
replete with thrilling experience# of the Author, and of fa
mous Scoute, Trappers, Cow-boys, Minen, Border Ruffians,
etc., vividly portraying Life in the Great West as it now is.
4X4 thousand in press. With Steel Engravinp and Superb
Chromo- Lithograph Plates in 16 colors, from photographs
mode by the U. 8- Government expressly for this great work.
AGENTS! This grand book is now
others 10 to 1. No competition. Agents average 10 to 89
orders a day. We
chutee Territory and Special Terms given. Our large circu
lars with full particulars sent free. A fine Sped
sent to addition for a S
It is
-M-lling all
A'r
I lob
ule pnb'e,
A. D. WORTHINGTON a CO., Hasttobd, Cosh.
sep2fl-16td
■tamp. Addreea
I^EEDLE
(IAS LAMP
-OK
50 Candle-Power,
sssÄf Är'WSÄ" a" imr&r .ike
Daratl ve View" of annual cost «*1 280 ('. P. lu
Ferl«»r lighting, by 6 "Needle Grs"J. ttiiipsJNtt.70.
20coal gas J«'ts »219. 1 MeefHc I,amp »26.286.
Bee prospectus «T GRAND Al JU LllillT C O.
Cap lallst RSHoeiRtes treated wlM.. Chandeliers
of ïw C P. to order. Table Lump» of Hl C\ P.»3.
W. Ii. ROBINS,
Patentee and Manufacturer,
162 Main Street, (2nd floor,)
and on Change Daily,
CINCINNATI
«yu-ra»
•TB
mu cell a mmo va.
REMOVAL!
From S. W. Cor. to N. E. Cor. Fifth and King St».
WHERE W* HAVE OPENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our W a reroom Con tala« Um Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ever offered In Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from
tie newest designs aud at the lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & BRO.
{aa?: «!Hau ,
tô ■
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
Dealers Iu flue WINES and LIQUORS for Family and Medicinal Purposes. AUo
C. CONRAD & CO.'S
ORIGINAL "BUDWEISER" BEER
-'ÆS
St. Louis, Missouri.
friends Ute use of the célébrât d Conrad's Budweiser,
In recommending to
to call their attention to a few unanswerable fact In retcrcacc thereto,
desire to defame the Beers of other parties, but simply to
pretty well acknowledged by all parties who ever drank the
"BUDWEISER, ' r namely that the CONRAD'S "BUDWE18ER" being mode from
the finest imported Hops and Malt that can be obtained, Is on account of Its purity
and general wholesome qualities recommended by eminent nhyslclans everywhere.
There are different Beers in this market, shipped from rar and nestr, and the
cost of transporation and handling of an inferior Beer being as much as with a
superior article, it stands to reason that you should prefer the superior article
the low grade one; furthermore,as the price ofthe ''Budweiser" being but a
above that or ordinary Beers, we trust you will deem it to your Interest to order
uone other than the CONBAD'8 ' 'BUD WEISER. '' For sale by
we desire
and In so doing w
reiterate what is
trine
JOHN MEALEY,
Agent For Delaware. _
9
!
^ Sn M
pies of Dry ^° oT)S
Sand to a House Dealing
EXCLUSIVELY IN DRY GOODS,
And theraby sacura tha advantages nffarBd
by tha concantratlan upan ana singla
• branch of business cf all nur
vast lacilitlBS,
TTib present BBason wb are showing a
stock AggrBgating iully
am ion and Quaztez ^Dolla
79
In Bilks, DrBss Bonds, Cloths, Ladle s' and
Children's Wearing Ap par B l, Housafur
nishlng G-oods, Upholstering Matarlals,
Hosiery, _ Underwear,_G loves ,
Fancy Goods, Dress Trim
mings, éfctn, Slc. &Cj
ßvNTIWBRIDöE ^ (tnsvglEg,
anfl Market ?tr k Bets.
l
PfilLÄDGLPfilÄ.— t
jl
M i
8. N. ANDERSON,
511 MARKET ST., (Morning News Building.)
FINE PAPER HANGINGS.
The finest, largest and best selected stock of wall paper in the State. Decorations
and designs unsurpassed. The price of both goodß and labor will be reduced for
July and August. We wish to keep our efficient workmen employed. In our
Shading Department, which is most complete, both in goods mid trimmings the
same reduction takes place. HENRY GUERIN, Manager.
6.2Z-2W
-attt*-»»
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COR. SECOND AND KING STREETS ; ICE HOUSE
AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE.
BRANCH OFFICE AND DEPOT, Fourth and Poplar streets, and No. 200 West Eighth strec*.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE:
84 cents per
5 pound» dally.49 cents per week 16 pounds dally.
8 pounds dally.86 cents per week 20 pounds dally.
12 pounds daily.76 cents per week | 25 pound» dally.|1.12
SO POUNDS AND OVER AT THE RATE OF 60 cents per UPD pounds.
The least neglect or Incivility on the part of a driver should he made known at U»e o«OjBOt>
and it will receive prompt attention. We keep constantly on hand a CHOICE SELECTION
COAL from the most popular mines, which we deliver in cellars free of charge, where shut« wag**i
can be used. apr*>-ai
96 cents per
FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
FER T ILIZER
FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
?
[pgpOne of the best Fertilizers ever used in New
Castle county. For facts of the case inquire of
Samuel Hanby, Norris Talley, Curtis C. Hanby, T. S.
Robinson, Charles Talley, C. M. Talley and others.
A. SCOTT & SON, General Agents,
Ward P. O., Concord Station, Balto. Central R. R.
J. M. HINKSON, Traveling Agent.
is
7,7-w8t,eow-35
UMUtuuurs.
VMDEK TA KEKS.
JOHNSON & BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
8. W. COR. TENTH A MARKET, ST3.,
WILMINGTON, DRL.
Rksidkncks :
G. T. BARNHILL,
d Tatual sts.
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson at.
sep2 9-mwf-ly-H _
JAMES McKENNA,
Furnishing Undertaker.
NO. 223 WEST SECOND 8TREET,
WILMINUTON. DRLAWAKR. «-1-6-21Z
^REEN & BRO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
OmCK SOUTHEAST CORNER FIFTH AND HR*
ANtiK 8THKKT8.
RMldencM :
p. J. GRRCN, 1115 West Third street.
J. V. GKKBN, 703 Madison struct.
Sbt-Tnylor's latest Improved corpse greserrve
JJEALTH 18 WEALTH.
DR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN
TREATMENT, a specific for Hysteria, DIxxtneM,
Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depres
sion, Loss of Memory, Spermator rhwa, Imoo
tency. Involuntary Remission, Premature Old
Age, eaiiHod by over-exertion, self-abuse,
over-indulgence, which leads to misery,decay
and death. One box will cure recent cases. Eeck
box contains one month's treatment. One dollar
a box, or »ix boxe» for |5; sent by mail prepaid
on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to
_any case. With each order received by
for »lx boxes, accompanied with |5, we will send
the purchaser a written guarantee to return the
money If the treatment does "*>t eflwt a cure.
Guarantee Issued only by N. B. DAXVORTSL
corner Se«*ond and Market streets, Wll
l Idawar*\ ole agent.
Druggist,
inlnglon.
a 'RUSSES A SPECIALTY.
LARGEST 8TOCK IN THE CITY.
.
TRUSSES!
ilt any kind of Rupture. Over 86 years* »n,
ice. A fit guaranteed. A private apart
it for ladies. LADY ATTENDANT.
To
IHM
Z. JAMES BELT,
APOTHECARY,
SIXTH AND MARKET STS., WIL.. DEL

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