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FRAUD.
I _ __
,äi:ss:" w
Ute following aeutl
,: .s* true 1 ° our
Tud the tyranny
•ol)«' dAfigor» Oûr B*pub
to fr*r, I cannot •#*
fe Add fOtlng agMwt the
« TSoieverrxcelleut In personal
b«® uomtnatt«* b*
** 1 snra Republican, aud
iSP''* L if» Hepubttean Ucket,
WUS üii RcpxWI««
'',,',7.1 » isdom and virtue as
RjJLdsin and snarchy. But If
*Ä Republican party U » be
' „11, da« Interest, Its wisdom
»'its The only w.y tor th*
i, brlotr hark the party to Its
" . !„*„ the nominee« of the
Bui this (say some) will five
ivniisTsts, Very well ! let
vr,w ba ce control. I'll trust an
,_ne parly, rallier than a
Kllrsn party. We know
H tie party I», aud will be
a Republican party that
title promoting
desire Iu ov#t*brov
of wealth,
il to
pi n
e Di-iu'«
.mul ; l >u '
shigh »'»»HIV
j.lBIinh *rt i '| e<cot Kepublleau
: , " uU |,i be the liiilnrsement of
1,,ud ami Hi* tyranny of the money
1 v„ , „mille ration whatever can
to fortunately the Democratic
Clivea u-, amlldatea of tbe very
Jester, whom we all can respect
!» without any qualms. By their
rill the Kepublleau party, but tbe
wire-pullers, will be de
-j, blow will I« given to Mono
n ffjekery & Co., uuder which
to their holes.
■lole queBtion whl«-l» the votera at
^election have to meet may
3*down to this : "Shall we Ti
jonbto ruh- us t" «r, apeclflcally,
m condemn Governor Cornell for
.He Elevated Railroad Tax bill!"
'*u> tbe latter means "aye" to the
p Hob
dirty
b
ave
apology meddling with
American, a citizen and
ol New York. 1 never sold m
L Wlii'ii great moral crises arise
loudly as I can
rsonal
these
DO
i
ibttiUit*' In BjN'ak
mill. With mere local or i>e
Ihive nothing to do. 1 add
I* f„r tin- U uHit of those who aup
nY-nii--I, an- cither women or chll
HOKMMi Sl'MMARV,
irot Arthur, accompanied by hla
IKRtary, arrived In Washington
Dr. Henry M. Storrs of Brooklyn
ipinlarttll t<> the First Preabyterlan
isfOrange, N. J.
jwrold child of Timothy Shea, pork
H of Quebec, ilicd ycntcnlay in a
hoffic« in that city while under the
m chloroform.
Li Teller naya the ausifension of
Spector Pollock wan for disobedl
fankra and not for anything aflect
Ipenonal honesty.
ladfr Frazer, .hi years of a)?e, was
lead iu bnl in Providence, yesterday
f, from the effects of a long debauch.
I«» wife and four children.
hnniiu;liaiii Kollini; Mills, at Blr
IB, Alabama, which shut down on
K, will resume ojK-rations to-day,
Hpeeing to resume on last year's
Sovemor of Kentucky has ordered
net Rifle* of Mavbville, to be rtady
» Ashland next week and protect
d Craft, who are to lie retried
a
for
Toy wa) killed »»<1 two other men
merely Injurnl by the lall ol a iler
terjay. at a new
tructlon at Kenaiio,
Kew Turk.
■MTVoIr In course
Westchester
i«ria Is reported to In* very preva
Lebanon, l'a. Ju oue house two
i»erp lying deuil yesterday. An
"I ' ,ii k*t three children by the
ittta IU days.
IhGraves, aged 19 years, was shot
■ unknown person while sitting by
In Marietta, Mich
■y evening. A
Lf the crime
an, on
•joetod lover la
■•ha!) manufacturers in confer
Uwimuti liually «greed, yesterday,
iJig by forming u Joint «u*'k
«rtcaplulof |fl,iMN),0UU. The de
« He cempletot] to-day.
J«bi appointed to audit the claims
LrA, 11 "' llllu '" ul >d death of
yesterday received from
ol New York, a claim of
■'(foreuional services.
•Jwrtlli* of Palemon, New Jersey,
mined ujHiu u general revacclna
« l»0|'lr of that <dty, It having
«-Icrml timt if«, virus with which
1 Ysccinatiuir «
> done was not
from Oxford, Alabama, to the
! vnt ha >'» •• "The whites
arming »nd drilling at An
Th p ll, ri!ateued uprising of
IDe Utter arc armed and demon
A
new cu
Of yellow fever and
*'■)» reported In Feuaaeola.
•»II» l.m, daughter of Dr. J.
Ç. .Vm-Ury ,,| the B)mra f
"Uli» rlilldrc
: Il k
II arc*
Cr,'- "' ll Ik'partmeut tlmt
C , '" |,r " lnot «l to the rank
»ta('rt , TS a Ml 'U°well, re
'Äliy ïm I ,nr ^ J - Hunt of
»fetoa? * l ,ron )oted to be
^ : Jr \. H)«'General Hcsalons
ktt ooi.nVi' rk ' /™ terd »y indicted
ÄK";"';' the lr ">' -V«G«n,
*ft»t Ailiruk! i!'?'" 8 I ,ul,ll »t'«l «
kt t„ ,,." K 1 Belmont, the banker,
11n the 'i"" 1 lor cerl "iu money»
blilt,.,. '"' 1 ' 1 ,,r K»blr.ation, en
** Ireland' llllle " B °i ,or trana
lï!5î'T iV " , 1,1,8 tl,c PrMldentof
^Ofthr ..d ttt OU l,tt " ■
V)met-t 0R ,, ,u ' r " . ot Pittsburg
"Ü0D ol tb.. 1 V 1 " 81 *» 10
Tt'f urew?. 01 ,(,ur For
ofl,l '' rcce lî cent ^ the
itiler live K e ». proved
tilths idleuess. The
demand for
8 to I
•ase.
i New
Nln
the
»in I»
" u 'kniiii
coal next
•ompcl the
- I ".I !
the Inc
s *<)('K OF DRY
•'»OILS.
[ fill»
Ritihijp a. ...
'IS I),., . ,V 1 !■''TillKit,
a '" 1 Maukkt .Stkkkt8. I ' I ' Y '
ITm
Al ci
* old
1,0,11 ner vous or
{Wu iiK*'!*™ "•»■uiJ
I, , l ' 1Uln street, New
""fU'i.R-r 0,1 l"*t ma ii
' lrLC - tt»,w
ifi,,,,. 1 "»»t» tu Km
'Ntlv!"'" 11 " I•r"*,V r iT rk V.*"*" uxlat -
''»diï^funtee ir r P Ut ' n *«ld
wiuf 1 , r l U8ed ,w directed
^ dollar li'-fa" , w "' overcome
° reu,ttl «« By druH
tftr
riifm-ri* l,h there I» a
Zfi* |W |,, «iul Mr ü,"." thturvlew
«• I'll«-.- *{L 1 '»« 1 A - Flu
JWK:;■ hail ilriiw,, j. ..tthten »Irect,
[ft« tehlaim
C hî;*Uiu, " {•"ttorjr on une
»„'!l' , "ii. N e»«Si : '""i »ne dollar,
m " »orlfi ,5*¥ r *" l* u ^ hliu
nhl,,," n «K»„'"Ifeii hy ,ur
THE NEW SOUTH.
A l'/ law Departure" und »I lis
Principal UMiri.
I«ew York Sun. j
The u.luill.Utretlno baa »tarted "»imat
imminent for k now South," to m- the
phruve of a WmIiIdu'iti ueuiMier, whose
«Klluir publicly .employ» the President'»
tort of a guarantee for thta poll
cal project.
Th« prioclpal leader» of the new departure
are Dlclt Harrington In Delaware, Indicted
»ear» a«ro a« a principal In thenafe burglary:
»lie UDtorloua Choi penning Creawell In Marv
Mod, who wae driven out of Grant'»
Cabinet ; Mahone In Virginia ; Leach and
other Stalwart* In North Carolina : Caeh
Um duellat, In South Carolina ; Fort FOlow
Chalmers lu Miealaalppi ; and other* of like
charact r» and antecedent« lu different
State».
The»« »eurvy politician» have been brought
the front and given the po»la of honor, to
»ay nothing of the messe» ot patronage, in
thi» burine** of creatlug a new South. Tuey
ar* the chosen chief», appointed at Washing
ton, aud wearing Adiuinlstrallon collar*.
To them the true Southern Republic
must give precedence, II they would Und
favor at the While House.
Honorable Republican» lu the South refuse
to tralu under Harrington, Creswell, Caah,
Malu.ne and Chaliiicr». They «ce hi thia
moyemenl an artlul design to capture the
next national convention by frauds like those
suecraslully employed at Saratog
manufactured Mahone delegates, Cl
delegate» and Harrington delegatea
bogu» representatives of the Kepublleau
party.
In fact, the Washington organ of the
New Republican South has already declared
that these spurious Republicans must he
admitted to the convention or there will be
trouble. Surely the Republican party
had burdens enough to bear without this
additional strain on Its back.
Tens ol thousands of honest Republicans
lu New York, In Massachusetts, In New
Jersey, in Pennsylvania, iu Indiana, and lu
the Northwest will refuse to Join the coalition
with Mahone, Cash, Chalmers, Creswell,
Harrlngtou and Company.
name as a
a, with
balmerH
ai
Don't Dio In the Mouse.
"Rough on Rata." Clears out rata,mice,
roachea, bed buga, flies, auts, moles, chip
munks, gophers. 1ft eento.
Ready for Fall lluslness.
Our fail stock of bats and cape now In
store. The most elegant stock of Derby
hats we ever had made up. Prices as usual,
the lowcHt in the city. K. II. Rumford <fc
Bro., No. 4U4 Market strind..
JtULUUltilH.
J£EALT11 18 WEALTH.
_DRt K; u. W EHT'H NEKVK AN II KKAIN
TRKA I MENT, a speclflcfor Hysti-rla, fMzzlnesB,
C.mvulsloiiN, Nitvoun llt ailarli«, Mental lU tfrZ»
slon, Lons of Memory, Hpcrinutorrha'a, linuo
tenev, Involuntary ll«iuUslon, Premature Old
Age, caiUM-il by ov« r-«-xi rtloii, iteir-ahuse,
over-lnilulgcnre, which leadM to inlM*ry ( decay
ami death. One box will cure roe»*lit cases. Each
box oontalna o
a box.
Hi's treatmiuit. One dollar
«lx boxes for |A; sent by uisll prepaid
on receipt of price. Wc guarantee «lx boxes to
cure any case. With each order received by us
»lx boxes, accompanied with |6, we will send
pu rebaser a written guarantee to return tha
money If the treatment does not efteet a sere.
Guarantee Issued ouly by N. B. DAN »ORTH,
Druggist,corner Bacond anti Market stvnats, W II
ulngtou, Dalawara. ale agent.
1 'RUSSES A SPECIALTY.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
TRUSSES !
To suit any kind of Rupture. Ov
85 year#'
perlence. A tit guaranteed. A private ap
•lit for ladle«. LADY ATTENDANT.
Z. JAMES BELT,
APOTHECARY,
HIXTII AM) MARKRT STS., WII... DEI
%
LYDIA E. PINKHAMP8
VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
Is a Positive Cure
Fee ell theee PalnfW 1 Cem»lelata and Weak « a s ees
»ate ear beet f e m a l e pe p ala t lee.
A MeAfclaa fbr (Toman. lnTr.Ud by » Woman.
Prepared ky . Warna*.
•r Hl.t.rj.
Tht GrsslMt ■odlesl Dl»««»er y Sil
tint revives the drooping spirits, Invigorates and
heflBMBls«« the organic functions, gives elasticity and
firmness to the step, restores the natural lustre to the
the pale check of woman the freeh
•ye, and plants
rosee of life's spring and early summer tl
IST Physicians Us» It «fid Proscrit»» It Fro«ly.~ 6 »
faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulant, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its use.
Per the eer« ef Kidney Cemplelets ef either eex
LTMA E. PJXKHAM'» BLOOD PURIFIER
will .radical, «very reul*. of Humor, from lb.
Blood, and give tone and strength to the system, of
man woman or child. Imdst on having It.
Both tbe Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
•I 033 and 836 Western Avenue, Lynn, Maes. Price of
either, $L Six bottles for $5. Sent by maU In the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Piukham freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Enclose 3ct. sta mp. Bend for pamphlet.
No family should b» without LYDIA E. PINKnAM'8
LIVER. 1'ILLM. They cur« oonutlpatlon, hUiousiu.«*,
and torpidity of the liver. 88 ounte per box.
ITffold by »11 Drufflsrs.*«*
> <
49 th
POFUIA
MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE
Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
In the city of LÜUI8VILLK,
Tuesday, October 31st '82.
dur provlHlons
u tuck y .
March 81
wealth Distribution
11» I y
These drawlii
actofthe
The United Mlate
rendered the following declido
First—'That the Ik
CoiiUmn v 1« le^al.
its I Assembly of Kei
m <'Irenit Uourt on
fhlr.
on baud a large r<
' prizes «fil
Ing«
The (ïftn paiiy bas no»
fluid. Rua« I carefully the list
OCTOBER DRAWING.
.$30,000
I Prise
1 Prize
1 Prize
10 Prize
:: &,
1,000 each
10,000
I<l*(gg>
12,000
J 0.000
2, Too
100 »
80 *
20 •
00
1,000
800 " Approximation
»
L
tl
000
100 "
9
.$112,400
I, WO l'rlii'i
WHO!,® TICK ETH, »». HA I. F TICK KT*, »1.
27 Ticket»,fftO: MTU'ket«, *100.
Ihtuk Draft in Letter,
Remit Mom*
by !tcglut«*rod Letter or
» of $6 ami upward by
irexneuBe. AddrettsaU
■ml
PoaVlfiflce i>rder. ' »rder»
Exurc««. cun be sent at
or.fi r» to It. M. HOAHUMAII. Ço"rt' ! Ü«""'.»|
Uiill.lliijr, Louisville, Ky., or, B. M. HOAkll
MAN, Ut Hruwlwâ», Now York. «.»-tU-ly-*»
(jx dkrtaker*.
JOHNSON A BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
A W COR. TENTH A MARKET, 8T8.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Residence« :
L i,?fA ,1YJ VHNSON,
«17 Jefferron st.
_sepga-mwMy.|4
James mckenna,
Furnishing Undertaker.
j
V/\J
NO. 2*^3 WEST SECOND STREET.
. K-l-45-21 ~
W I L M I
mai.
QUEEN ,<t IMIO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
Office—Soctheaht ookmii Fifth and or
ANOE STREETS.
Kc.lilenrea 1
I*. J. UK«», Ilia West Third street.
J. K. UR**», 7US Madison street.
ft^Taylor's latest Improved corpse preserrra
_ 5-24-8 14
H AJtN K &B CURB.
3SBLEL
-ramm
mUNEYLr
W CURE
Disease is
«fleet, not a cause. Iu origin lr
within ; Its manifestations without. Hence to
cure the disease the cause must be remove»!, and
other way can a cure ever be effected.
WARNER'» HAKE KIDNEY AND LIVE
LURE Is established on lust this principle,
realizes that
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arise ITom deranged kidneys and
liver, aud It strike# at once at the root of the diffi
culty. The elements of which It Is composed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a food
and rvHlorer, and by placing them In a healthy
condition, <Irlvedls««aeand pain from thesystem.
For the Innumerable troubles caused by
healthy Kidney, Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
the dlstreHHlng Disorders of Women ; for Malaria,
ami for physical derangements generally, this
r ;r»:at remedy has no equal. Beware of Imposters,
mRations and concoctions said to be lust as good.
Kor Diabetes, ask for WAKNEK'B SAKE DIA
BETES (TIRE.
Kor Sale by all dealer«.
U. H. WARNER ft CO„
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
r |'IIE PUBLIC 18 REQUESTED CARE
Jl FULLY to notice the new and enlarged
«rheme to be drawn monthly.
«-CAPITAL PRIZE, f7*»000.*et
Ticket#, only |5. Share« in proportion
I I
■Hi * V • •
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In 1888 for 25 years by the Legisla
ture for Educational and Lliarltabie purposes—
with a capital of »1,000,000— to which a reserve
fund of $650,000 has since been added.
overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was' made a part of the present Htate Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D., 187».
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any State.
It never scales or postpones. ITS GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take place
month I v.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
KOHTUN K. ELEVENTH GRAND DRAWING,
CLASS L. AT NEW ORLEANS, TUES
DAY. NOVEMBER 14th, 1882-lûOth Monthly
Drawing.
Look at the following scheme, under the
exclusive supervision and management of GEN
ERAL G. T. BEAUREGARD of La., and
GENERAL JUBAL A. EARLY of Va., who
manage all the drawings of this Company,
ordinary and seuil-anuual, aud attest tlie
redness of the pvbllshed Oillclal Lists.
Ky

Capital Prize, $75,000.
100.000 TICKET» AT KIVE DOLLAR» EACH.
KRACTIONB* In KIKTHH In PROPORTION.
LIST OF PK1ZB8:
1 Capital Prise of..
1 Capital Prize or..
1 Capital Prize or..
2 Prizes of $8,000.
& Prizes of 2,000.
Prize« of 1,000.
Prizes of 800.
100 Prize« of
300 Prize« of
600 Prizes of
1.000 Prize« of
.$ 76,000
. 25,000
. 10,000
. 12,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 20,000
. 80,000
. 25,000
. 25,000
1$
D

H
APPROXIMATION prizes
9 Approximation Prizes of $750..,
8 »• •• r*"
1,987 Prizes, amounting to.
Application for rates to clubs should only he
made to the office of thecoinpany In New Orleans.
For further information, write clearly,giving
full address. Mend order« by express or Kegi«
tered letter, or Money Order, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at ^ „
807 Seventh Street, Washington, D. C.
N. B.—Orders addressed to New Orleans wll
celve prompt attention. oottl-d, ws-wft*
IIKNHY L. RAYMOND. ALONZO DEWtlHS.
.$ 8,780
2,280
4,500
i 0,
.$285,500
ENRY !.. RAYMOND & CO.,
STOCK BROKERS,
NOS. 4 ANI) 6 PINE STREET, N. .
II
Buy and aell for Investment, and carry on
moderate margin all securities dealt iu on
the New York Stock Exchange. First
class privileges at favorable rates. Parties
distantly located from Wall strvel
wishing to iuvest sums ranging
from $50 to $1,000, are
write for us for particulars.
Financial Report mailed free. Small orders
executed at current rates. Refer to Bankers
Members of N. Y. Stock Exehan
of New York (Jen Irai Kail
prominent Manufacturing aud Mercantih
Business Houses. References
mulled on application.
Invited to
Complete
f , Ollleiab
Co., uud
.1 ici
^IIAMS AND BROTHER,
No. 504 Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Cash Variety Store.
fire works,
DRY GOODS.
HOSIERY
notions.
LADIES 1 ft
GENTS 1
UNDERWEAR,
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS
< ROOKERY, TIN.
.AMMWARE.
RAG, HEMP,
INGRAIN AND
STAIR CARPET.
STAIR RODS,
CURTAINS.
Largest and cheapest line »I Stair, Table and
Floor Oil ClotliH, Lumps, Lantern», Vase« In
endless variety. Table ami Pocket Cutlery,
Kxwresn Wagons, Velocipedes, Poysol all descrip
tion», Dollar Doll-Heads, Doll-Boil lea, l>ofi
i Carriage«. The largest, cheapest anti Itest Hue of
BABY CARRIAGES In the State.
—HOLM AOIX *OH—
HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS.
varleD
ii will nay you to call aud examine ou:
of good» and* price« tie fore purchasing.
BASE BALLS A BATH
m-12-ts-.i*«
M.
atom j.
TO.
%
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J
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I
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The Long and Short
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 & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
•eptlsgan-84
VUAJL.
JAM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVEI
ALL SIZES OF COAL 1
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY U8I
—AT THB—
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
All coal well screened i
put In cellars.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OK» ICE ft YARD, KOOT OK KOUKTH ST.
ftSKTelephonlc communication with all parta
of the cltv. au g 12
gOMETaiNG NEW.
Connellsville Coke I
Crushed for 1 amlly use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite sizes, $7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST!
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT I
Chas. Warner & Co
•J
Market Street Wharf.
-100
RHEUMATISM AND GOUT CURED
When we cm esiablisli by a chain of evidence^
inquiry but makes stronger, that wo
•ave the only real, or radical remedy for Rheumatic
Disorders, aud we put that evidence within the reach
of every HU I hirer without money and wriibatU price, w«
claim that no one but the fool will turn to It a deaj
ear , or close Ids eyes to the glad tidings we bring to
his bligtPd lire. In juRiire to us, to you, to your
dependent families, and to the consummation of youi
lire's umhUmu before you v'**re stricken down by
disease, we ask you to go with us for a few moment«
to the homes of some who nave drank of the soalcrt
of life and are now full of the joy of health, ready to
tell to Uio world their glad expertem». We will give
you no false statement, aud make n > asaertiov which
rannot, by proper Inquiry (by letter or » rough
friends) bo probed to the bottom an* found to be full
»f truth.
wl
Amoeg hundred« eared oar present » pea. «now. a. to refer
Mr. kfsrdiok, 11« Pijrmouih SL.Brooklyai .Uter .afler.d
Ic khi-uuMtUm many year..
rl St., Brooklyn—Sever
S4T Ball I o Si., Brooklyn -
e Bhenmatio
Ok mla Rhm
t«y
BrookI »U— Sclstlos Rhe
Bocb.ler, SM C <u
bud expended
«1000 In otter m.-.lioi
me, Brooklyn- Ohroni« Rheum»
Hr. Net
, «61 Third A
Älriind.
U» Bnlnbrldfe St.. Brooklyn—Aonte
H
matory «t
Py»p,pFlit.
Mr.. PllklB«tMi.
24ill St., Brooklyn—Anne and Chronic
year.; • U».l lr!
Sew York City
Chroais HlMumatUn.
8t., New York—terrihle, «cat.
! fln jr ri ' »«»join ted by
k-Chraate. aervon. i
Dr. Goodrich,
Mr«. Wllllam«nn, 68
taaf
matory RheumaKam 20 ye
.New Y
N «Uiho Nrood, 104 Sonth 8t., Hew York—Chronic
R brumal Um Ti jeers.
Mr. Abram*. YT Green
rnatiim and Kidney DIhm«.
Judge Crwaman, IS Oakland At., Jersey City-Chronic
Rheumatism aev.ral years
Mr. Dixon, 142 We.t
UK
gentlemen knew ««any ethera entnd by_
»• O. of Rheumad.m, Dy.oep.ta, Uver and kidney DiaoTOer..
matter deserved attention, or write na for
cl roula r* with fuller pardoulare, and yon will bleaa the day
yon aaw thia advertisement.
Blaaore, Attain. At Ca..M Atlantic Av.,
«mlü |». aad 10S WllUua «t., N. V.O.
/
LIQUOR
JOHN P. DONAHOR,
U —BOTTLER
AND BOL. tftfhäUS&Wä.
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO
OF—
MASSEY
Celebrate!
5f
f arf unequalled tor purity
msuntly ob hand In kegs or
C Mineral waters in all
th« different flavors.
bottn
517 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
AVPollte and aceommodalfair ArtTara. Orders
ny mall proiuptly attended to. Ha G also sonnac
b«d with the Telephone Exchange, and his signal
la--«ft tnyl-ia
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
BONDED WAItEHOUSEH pure rye
wnuales from the following celebrated dis
«Martes*
A. Overbolt ft Co., Janunry 187» and June 1880.
A. Gucken lui mer ft Bro., May 187».
John Gibson, Bon ft Co.. May 187» and June 1880.
Han til o Distilling Co., August 187».
Sherwood, November 187» and June 1880.
ïrÂÂ''' ),, ' b,u,rr '
The above g.»sds will be sold either In bond or
tax paid «♦ the lowest market rates. Ham Dies
may be seen at this store.
NO. 103 MARKET HTKEKT.
my5-20
FKANC1B KELLY ft CO.
QRANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—Ilf FACT—
TME PUEEHT. RICHEST AMD BEST BYE
WldlSKY ICXTANT.
By the gallon or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
i
Uniform In
quality
Absolutelypure rye.
Ich and delicate In flavor.
A sur« and safe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
9. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
myS-ly-26
gOMKTHING NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
John F. Betz ft Son's, Celebrated Ltebotschaner
Bohemian Lager Beer, Bottled by
JNO. MULROONEY,
SOI A 503 TATNÀLL STREET, (North
west cor. Fifth and Tatnall,) Wilmington,
Also sole agent for John Oardlner A C».'« C«m
linen ta I Brewery ale and porter, brown stout and
old stock ales. myZ-ao
JYRLAWARE CARPET HOUSE,
I' NO. aw MARKET STREET.
We have Just received a large stock
—OF FINS—
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
CARPETINGS
—Alao a large aaaortmeut or—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
a call and satisfy youraclr that we are
giving bargain«.-**
ftft"Give
HENRY GREBE,
WILMINGTON. DE
tj DR. Ÿ "
m
[VOL
BELT
BEFORE — AND — AFTER
Electric Appliance» are »eat on 30 Day»' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD
W HO are suffering from
Lost Vitality, Lacx o
Nbrvous Debility,
NERVI FOBCB AMD
Vigor. Wasting Wkakmbnsbs, and all those diseases
of a Personal Nature resulting from abusxs and
Othkr Causes. Speedy relief and complete resto
ration of Health, vigor and Manhood Uuarantbed.
The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century,
flend at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT 00.. MARSHALL, MICH.
ffùnted
AGENTS! AGENTS! AGENTS!
Por GEN. DODGE'S bran' new book, entitled
Thirty-Three
■Fear« Among
OUR WHO INMANS 1
A true record of the Author . Thirty-Thru* Y,
Penomd
hifiimi. With an able Introduction
By Gen. Sherman.
work wu at one« aubecribed for by Pnmdent
ABTBUB ami entire Cabinet, and by Gen. Sherman, Gen.
Grant, Gen. SMeriden, Gen. Hancock, and thowande ol JEm
ipent Men. Gas. Grant aaya:-'7i it the beet book on
Wilbt (Methodist)
MJ*. "It u a book of immente value. ' It 1« the only authen
tic account of our Indian, ever published, fully reveal
ing their "inner Ufa," secret doing«, exploits, ate. It la
replete with thrilling experiences of the Author, and of fa
Sconta, Trapper«. Cow-boya, Minen. Bonier Rufflana,
ate., vividly portraying Life in the Great West aa it
4fld tMonnmd inprem. With Steel Engraving« and Superb
Chromo-Lithograph Plate« in 16 colore, from photograph«
made by the U. 8. Government expremia for tbit great work.
▲GENTfit Thia grand book la now out-«e]ling all
otherelfltol. No competition. AgcnU average 10 to
ordere a day. We want lOOO more agent, at once. Kx
Indian Life
written.' Biaa
Special Termt given. Our Urge circu
lar« with full particular« tent free. A fine Specimen Plate
the cole pub »,
A. D. WORTHINGTON a CO., Habtvobd, Coxa.
sep 2 fl- 16 td
t to addition for a 3 cent stamp. A«ld
J^EKDLE
GAS LAMP
-GF
50 Candle-Power,
exceeding tbe light of 3 ordinary gas lets. Burnt
headlight oil. Price»». C. O. D. St*e "<!oin
p&ratlve View 11 of annual cost of 280 C. I*. In
terior lighting, by 6 "Needle Gas" Lamp« $65.70.
20 coal gas let« »219. 1 Electric Lamp $26.288.
See prospectus oFgRAND Al»*»4 LIGHT (X).
pitallst asH«vc lates treated with.
400 C. 1*.
Clia ndellers
»rroc. I*.$3.
order. Table 1.
Of
W. B. ROBINS,
Patentee and Manuiacturer,
162 Main Street, (2nd floor,)
and on Change Daily,
CINCINNATI
myil^ot
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\*ovb.
■ *3$
Bi-Centennial Celebration
The
Will bring crowds of our out-of-town customers to Philadel
phia.
We are now arranging for their convenience and comfort,
and desire them to make
he^dquarMBs
OUR STORE
during their visit.

Parcels can be checked at the Market afreet entrance and
will be kept until called for.
At the Bureau of Information all questions concerning
the situation of places of interest, and .he way to reach them
will be cheerfully and fully answered.
The Ladies Parlor on the second floor away from all
bustle and noise, is easy accessibly, by elevator and affords a
pleasant meeting place for friends, and a delighful spot to rest
when tired. It is supplied with current magazines, newspapers
and writing materials. Retiring and dressing
adjoining.
rooms are
A special exhibition of the pew fashion in every depart
ment of Dry Goods, will be made by us daily during the cele
bration, and to every lady these displays^ wilt no doubt, be
among the most interesting sights of the Bi-Centennial Anni
versary. „
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
Dealers in DRY GOODS Exclusively,
Eighth & Market, Eighth & Filbert, Phila.
REMOVAL !
Froni 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 oi
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ever offered In Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from
tLe newest designs and atthe lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & BRO.
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
Dealers iu flue WINES and LIQUORS for Family and Medicinal PurpoflM. Alao
C. CONRAD & CO.'S
ORIGINAL "BUDWEISER" BEER
St. Louis, Missouri.
In recommending to our friends the use bf the célébrai <1 Conrad 1 « Budweiser,
we desire to call their attention to a few unanswerable fkrtu In reference thereto,
and In so doing we do not desire to defame the Beer« of other parties, bat slaswlv to
reiterate what is pretty well acknowledged by all parties who ever drank the
''BUDWEISER, 1 ' namely that the CONRAD'S "BUD WEIBER 1 'being made 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, sh!pj>ed from rar and near, and the
cost of transporatlon 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 over
the low grade one: furthermore,as the price Ofthe "Budweiser 11 being but a trifle
above that of ordinary Beers, we trust you will deem It to your Interest to order
other than the CONRAD 1 » "BUDWElffER. 11 For sale by
JOHN MEALEY,
Agent For Delaware.
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COR. SECOND AND KINO STREETS ; ICE HOUSE
AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDOE.
BRANCH OFFICE AND DEPOT, Fourth and Pctplar streets, and No. 20» West Eighth Street.
PRICK OF EASTERN ICE:
6 pounds dally.
8 pounds dally.
12 pounds dally.
per week 116 pounds dally.
per week 20 pounds dally.
per week | 26 pounds dally.
.49 cents
.56 cents
. 7» cents
. Meant*
.*.I*
SO POUNDS AND OVER AT THE RATE OF 60 cents per 10D pounds.
e pari of a driver should be made
We keep constantly on hand a
deliver In cellars free of charge, where
£
The least neglect or Incivility on the
and It will receive prompt attention.
COAL from the most popular mines, which
can be used.
o#
S. N. ANDERSON,
511 MARKET ST., (Morning News Building.)
FINE PAPER HANGINGS.
The finest, largest aud best selected stock of wall paper In the State. Decorations
aud desigus unsurpassed. The price of both goods and labor will be reduced for
July aud August. Wc wish to keep our efficient workmen employed. In our
Shadiug Department, which is most complete, both in goods mid trimmings the
same reduction takes place. UENRY GUERiN, Manager.
8,22-2 w
-at, tt«-80
Special Announcement!
Special Announcement!
Samuel Lees,
Nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9 N. Second Street, (above Market) Philad «
offers great Inducements In
KLA< T K Ml L KM, UAMHMEKF.8, DRKMM GOODS, TABLE LINENS, MUSLINS,
GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC.
MTOKKKKEPRRS SUPPL1RD AT LOWEST JOBBING RATES.
SAMUEL LEES,
NOS. 8, 8, 7 and» NORTH SECOND STREET and NORTHEAST CORN KR EIGHTH aijtl SPK4 N G
GARDEN STREETS. PHILADELPHIA.
Wall Papers, W indow Shades,China, Lamps i Glassware
The reliable place to get any of the above good«
E. C. G. GREENMAN & CO,
NO. 411 MARKET STREET, WIL., DEL.
Where you ckn alway» *et Hrst~ela»» good» at raaao^ahle prteoa. We cordially lavlte yoa to aall.
E. C. G. GREENMAN.
GEORGE W. GOGbLEY.
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