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l'l »'■
of « mortar conUliilnjc
S I lurli x the dtoplay of
feivftuiiy. Fou®*'«* a. IM
K;:leJ^ wou " dod -
KILL*».
rmklov. aired 30 year*, reil.l
.J woodUn .1
h«u» l>lown ull.
ï*"';-m,ôn F rlloa °n.l» H-aJ blown
*>&, lierai»" UoapiUl.
P* M0KTIU.Ï WOl'NUEU.
n «un »-ril yar», of Atlantic
•"''S k'nôàlJür .hatte rol.
Miller, »ged 7 T«™, N •>• w£i
J ®i wounded In he»d. ..
r E- MeCainn, ayd 37 year», No.
h ,m*t! Twenty-third and
1er. fractured.
""■bove, No. 343 Stoke «tract;
(>!!>'" .
.eiiomLT isJtmit).
lilCoiklO, husband uf women killed;
In^'(i'ifeof IT,mry Ilowen, nlfe.l
ffouiidrd In H»' breast »nd aims.
,- Herr, a yd 85 year«, residing at
'"f V.urtli hid Mercilltli street«, arm
j ni ,v..|iatlnst«iiiput»Ui>n.
'll ,I,in. «pal 314 years, No. 1347
Xii.iv sixth street, heed Injor.id.
ajil llnrrison, n park gu.rd, reading
Kunuv.-nue. near Twenty-«.ond
Pj" (r |._,||H'ul sliis-W, and was earried
of »reworks In Falrmount
made at Flat Iron
Bow«
tU.t, v.-niiV
aiihill tf*
' i it,,, main drive, Fulrmouiitavenue
ai „.„lu Monument. Fully W.IKJO
" rom .ifi.'iubli'ü III till! ImmedUtc
ill...llfplivy nt nil early hour.
' umier the Jlreetlon of
was
coniine» of the Heeding
iwdiiliHlun was
.tiers of So. 180 Coo per avenue,
He »ml hl» three nsrhtanl« had
-li.it Into tlm h I r many brilliant
, I fi.ur, rix mid elifhl Ineti diameter.
'" i'rf Hr, j from mortar, of suitable
When Mr. Seh.rfcnbcrg do
ui„«iiliKl.'the 1» Inch la,ml,» he In
I hi» tiret n„«l»tui,t. Jo«ph Keefer,
1ml n> Hint l»rt of the work while he
ohpoilitT» urrauffed lor other dl»|ilay».
iniiidi iioinl, wa« hurled Into the. nlr,
I,hen it hurst eric# ol admiration rang
Ihiu.aiiil» of throat*. Bnt suddenly
irfotteal, like that made-from «ouïe
licird.
Md<vj4Cinn 'ii, w
lb mortar, w hich had Ik-cii charged with
10 -lnHi bomb, burst and the
HBfLt? of Ir« m v ent screeching into the
ml for an iiiilant aloft, And then
dk descending'» finished iuto the midet
„uV, iully a square distant, upon n hill
»if the Reading railrdad,
•venth ami Twenty-eighth
r»,ooo persona were must cd
itnVf
rut y
"K. Ovt
HlüU till ul llie time.
Vn a'.t Swank of the Ninth district
Lyiua on tlie hill at the time and stoo«l
n frit »w ay from Mr«. David Coilkley.
• .iu-tl alii and hud the injured
«I to the German Hospital, on
•ur Girard College,
ttended to. M rs.
ttVui
rent
kh li ul instantly and her body was rc
1 in till- Ninth district station 1
Vrrtv-thiid ait'l Brown street«.
The e tract for (urtiiHhiug the pyrotech
wu« obtained by William P.
ui«, bleated on Market street
Mr. Scharfen berg was en
by tin" linn to »U|vrintend the exhi
Wlicii lie was called upon last cvcn
at liih hotel to learn hi« explanation of
Entsiitmphe lie waa startled to hear the
leedîul ie»ult.
alecovernl liia face with Ills hand« and
like one hveff of reason. In a little
lie lutniuoueil up Miffiideut strength
di»i>lu
r.-r &
ivc this account:
"Previous In the explosion we had dls
larged 110 eix-iurli b inbs, SO eight inch
0<> lour-lach. Tin 1 mortar which did
damage was made of wrought iron,
« W half an inch in thick ness. The only
ii I can vive fur the accident is that the
rrderi
the mortar used to propel the
j*r vioiisly tired, wIhmcuixhi both
»4 die bomb exploded inside of the
ik Tin re wi re in the mortar
wen
(f powder which is known to the
The bomb con
uhcmieal», the principal being
potash, nitrate of barytes, nitrate
rtrontiau ami shellac.
M'-r »vercliargi'd the mortar, as he Is
careful ami has heen in my employ
"'m years, and never had such «»
For twenty year« I
wecoiiducti*«! this business, ami it has
l, t niy boast that I never hud an
rur while making public cx
I F (i rifle powder,
dvario
1 do not think
MUor.-.'
kr.üii'faii itinayappe
wi-n of that vastasM
, only the smallest
unbluge which had
tiicssthc fireworks were aw
lb*-cxplfwion hud dealt death to
■tteepevtafu
He- lull pro
«OHIO
L'lani of the exhibition was
ithout delay, and the
ere numerous und inagnifi
l' r ' a , l * ,a Ciad been expected. The
r,"'" 1 was densely iiacked with
irom all parts of the city, and the
L "h»g and rcluruiug, were
•aeu to suffocation.
rr>l
it
lii'li w
bau't Dio in tho House.
hats." Clears out ruts,mice,
L.*' Mes, ants, moles, chip
p'*(iW'plier«. 15 cents.
,T>. h
«• Sanitary Engineer uf Oct. 12, 1982; ]
. —-lit that the Con
i ll,, ' 1 "ib-d States lmd ref
•liner
«Ml tO
" "I'l'mpriatioti needed to defray
kHinii . " hiuiug the publication
xith r t * ,,, Nation ul Board of
M ip, we were in Europe. The
u*t ut this action we there
plaints from all parts «>f
'' lat bave slneo reach«d us
'i- °f appreciating t lie value
, ' '. induced us to promise to the
'bitt . ,,f that wo would
hui:,,. 1 the most inqiortant In
II the Ho-»ia ^ 1Uil,liBl,ed 1,1 the Bul
end the «•
-'Mild place ut our dis
ould ciiubic
npilatiuiia.
u, 'li data as
to muke
Thtsofferhav*
"pwd, wc* huvo provided for a
"."' ri ; a8U hi tho size of The
4 hV »'«* ' Hu '!a ai, d one page at least in
T-. ,'" in . I» devoted to the
l,, *Uiti • n ^» 80 far,ls wc are able,
Sav | K . v- Iii * ' i K ' r i' ,r,, ied by the Bulletin,
r, 0 B hite that in taking up
n , ' ' ° ur purpose I« first to make
ullv „ ,,,nri va,uc to ltö readers;
■r"xaiirr to Uh desirable to
fiie li., ri i , 10 cn, 'i ,h <»I eorrt'hpondents
^U>('Li, aiiy wl ' 0,,, »night be un
fljiüu',,.. ,Ue Gliding information not
«.tit I, * Jli »ptly available for public
iilJlmvH c °n»!>ariton. This work
«-f „ur M ' Ku . n 8 ° oner hut for the
rmu-'k-aii '"{? * ro,n country, b«*
ihHii!, I" proposa to öveveloj)
M ' 1 i'uiir" kt lHJ| y »s Urn lulffct In
«sh
•h
iVnl r "' 01 ,he ■»•KlB.v,
Ï»| ! Î'S Inflammation, ali Kid.
coni P'aIiit« f cured l y
vomi» os».
tliLUUH ? f rime*-Democrat was
ht' ) ' (, "iilmiv u.L of ,T hy I*oul8luna Statu
fc Su ,L ; n M . r * " 1 ' of C«»l
Et^'k-roruii,. Hm tt t ï l 'î t ' ,f ,or $15,000,nri the
liuka» t fl^joftltu onpitnl prize of
c ^tü.U|,îï' U iV i . a,,< \ : "Di'l
k!'£; u L|l. 1 lïîl în m hro /'
lak >0g liiklti" I WtfulU win. \
kfe yt ' v G)î, lw 11 ,,,uyt
k2 l t | n y turn wuuiVi 1 WllH b|t * ln ff u »> tffn«.
l-.tterv . 1 u " ,nu i00 «* 1 ne vor
sT IUM '^«tK rL, l l ,n I ,un y U P. waltud,
kJl- them ïîfiX evor y month, uml
"»■ iu..,;„v-V.' V ,, " t d' 1 >•»" Intend
..' 57 "Wril, the, nlBltt I
m i | '"«dtally distributed it.
u l,ali hii1li»J.w U i^ Wr Novuiuliur Btli.and
I Muli hi»* m' mi ,m ' *D»a on uiqillMU.
'' r JJwoaqa,
. **ptembir ifl,
t
Visit to Mrs. IMnkhntn** l.nborutory.
CEditorial from Bamteror Light, Boston, dept.
Ouo day last week—in company with Dr.
8. 11. Brittan and Mr. Charles McArthur, of
New York— va visited the residence and
laboratory of Mna. Lydia E. Pinkiiam of
Lynn, and there witnessed the proofs of the
wonderful development of the gn at bust
ocas now conducted by this lady,
prepared to be favorably impressed by the
woman who bus achieved such uncqualed
distinction within the short period of live
ttve years, as perhaps renders her
more widely and genet ally known
than any individual of her sex in
this country. We have repeatedly heard
it intimated that Mrs. Pinkiiam is ♦
nary pemomyr, but this is
We were introduced to u lady of comely
pressente, possessing a far more delicate and
spiritual organisation than we had expected
to lind in the person of a woman who has
accomplished so much on the material plane
of life. The pictures of herself—which may
he seen in the papers all over the continent
bear a strong mx'iubluncc to the original,
in the general outline of the head and the
benign expression of the countenance. Her
conversation reveals her natural refinement
und general Intelligence, while her voice is
modulât« d by the supremacy o( th<
attributes which appropriately belong to
the bluer types or womanhood.
The rapid extension of the business of
supplying the large and constantly lucre
lug demand for Mrs. PinUhain's Reiriedh w—
more especially those
adapted to the
constitutions of w
We
•re
it nay i
irr*at mistake.
: gentle
hlcli are rpceiflcally
•novation of the impaired
ii—If» something quite
extraordinary and cannot fail to excite
touishmciit wherever the fact« an* known.
Her principal laboratory i« admirably
arranged and giipplicd with all necessary
and improved apparatus for extracting the
uiedlclnul and curative properties of the
plant., herbs, root«, barks, bcrilcs, etc.,
which she employs fur the hcullng of suffer
ing humanity.
Mrs. Pinkiiam and lier worthy hiishntul
have sustained a great lo
afflicted in the recent death of two noble
sons. They were young
character and great promise. Fired by the
ambition to bcuclit others, mid at the same
time 1«» build up the fortunes of the family,
they unfortunately overtaxed und exhausted
their physical energies by a too constant und
Intens«« application to business, which sad
event has placed in the hands of a
brother the
business. This
equal to the heavy
posed upon him, and
management the businc
degree that has more than realized the most
sanguine expectations.
The sales of Mrs. Plnhhani's medicines
for the current year are likely t«> reach the
round sum o! flUU,000, and the indicati«
warrant the conclusion that the receipts of
next year may exceed half u million of
dollars. To avoid paying the heavy duties
linpo cd by the Canadian government on
p.optlctary medicines, Mr. Hnkhniu bus
just erect «-«1 alahoratory for the mauiilucture
and sale of the remedies in British America.
We are always glad w hen intelligent en
terprise is crowned with ffurce
sceptre of influence placed in the bauds of
hou«'*t industry ; more especially do wc re
joice when the enterprise—as is the euso In
the present instance—aims ut the accomp
lishment of beneficent ends. Mrs. Pinkiiam
und her noble family have fairly earned the
great success they have won.
Let our readers remember that Mrs. Pink
hum docs not relieve human suffering utter
the manner eo prevalent among the doctors
•llcve pain
•nsathm by the use of
powerful narcotics—which is the evil device
of professional ignorance of the healing art
—but her remedies ussist nature to throw
off the disease by Imparting a new energy to
all the orgaule- functions of human life.
May the time soon e
ness the end of the allopathic
killing people to terminate their sufferings.
ami bee
«lecply
:» of
mon
iving
•reantlle deparlmcnt of tlm
gentleman is evidently
rcsjMjm-ihillty now im
d«?r bis judicious
is pros ne ring in it
I the
of the allopathic
she does not destroy
•holds.
I
c shall w it
stliod ol
Fit«, Fit«, Fits,
successfully treated by World's Disponiary
Medical A««oclatlon. Address, with «tamp lor
l>amphlt t. Buffalo, N. Y. .
HARM ER 'S t:u Ii /•;.
XwAPi isi k ÿ fï'èrï;.'/: ; x

' ;i
*t*V
Wé'
g¥IF®.
Its origin Is
IMm'mm'
n«rt, ii.
Ithout. He
to
within ; it»
«lutin
ill
c ill«
n
I nth
WARSKK'V SA FK
GURK I« «'Si Hill Mil'll
realises thut
teil.
KIDN FA
AM
luat Ulla prtn. liiir.
I.IVK.C
95 Ter Cent.
deranged kidneys and
oitludltll
mp
of nil dine:
lr<
«•nt I lie n
lii. lt It is
nd It «trlk
liv
nit
<.d
1
the«! g
il
• ii
'P
I a li«'idiliy
tlieaysteui.
«««I by nn
■i Urinary OrgniiH ; lor
Malaiin,
Il y, this
Ing tl
I by pi
«I pain ft
» rived I
mi
tlo- imixili.
• Kidney. I.
•Hslnu lUsonlers of W«
till vmcaI derHiigeinen
•in«**ly has no«*«,unl. !»«•
onrwttoiiH said to l»eJii8t«sgoo«i.
a»k fur WARN KR'S SAFE DiA
tro
health
the dh
hikI f<
r«'t»H in poster«,
tatto
For Dlnbctc
BKTKS CUKK.
For Sale by all dealers.
H. II. WARNER A CO,,
run n ESTER, N ■ ^ ,
ECK WEAR.
•I'ltlcs In spring and su mi
«•n. URK'ES alwuvs
New York
Neck wet
S IIIRTS !
Our One Dollar »hin lias a reputation for
illetl in this ell y •
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
A full line ul everything belonging to the
species.
Cellence
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
R HEULT AT ISiY; AN— COuT CUREU
- i»î)I -Ii by a « Inin or evidence^
makes stronger, that
ItlieuinatR
When
wli c'i «••
have Iio
Pivorde:«.
of ev«
.cry inquiry h
only »' nl, «
ir radical remedy f
h
hlcn o w lliIn tho
l>ut t'i
•mi H örer vm out
d
»/ î nd tcilhout pri<
but t ! : 0 fool will
ear , or c!«jho lii.i ayoa to i!tO g'
his bllg 1 I d li:o lu jus i e t
families, and to t! e «
i beforo you v® 1
k you to go wiiM ns lof" »' w m^u
f a me wI.-j i avo drank of t o w «-/«•»«
foliar tlo.r»y I./health.
. Wo will g vo
•l-aj
!'g IC
claim that no
1 (,Jirj. » . I.
of, ou
strick n down !•>
'•lu
l«> III« 1«
'>/ lift mill n o
tell to tho world their jff d o- pe 1
you no fais« aiidarnont, i nd
not, by pr »I •
f lends) bo pro >od
jf trutfi.
iiy
Ii I.
«ke
Inquiry (by 1<
I
Lo full
i.nd
li e boi
Amor« hun-'rei's curt .1 our proaent rpnee
to Mr. Uardlvk. HH Plumai I» 8t. Ilruokly
wl'hChroiii
Mr. Hast
IT r. 0
BJ
oircuTar* wl'.h fui r pariiowlur». »u«ly^u
y««4 w«w mu aAvtrUssiaoab .. .
Rlmure, Adam» Ä Jjjtÿ
J Urook i yn , U nd 103 Willi»»» bt., N. Y.C.
vero 1'.: vumatic
I M
<!
Bt., Brooklyn - Aoulo aud
tv klYii—Sdatlea niii-amail in
»•ihoiue# ruJ
317 P
Dr. Can
Chrould Uh
Mr. Hat-In
■ in c
UÖLÖ lu o'h. r
431 Third Awn«».
hrid
idj
8 r
Mr. N
II«"» 4
Inflam
ft., b'ookiy
aytaq.l; 1:1 H
aui Chruu-4
W
B sU,r f .
Uhcum Haut
Mrs. Willi
Pt.. Frooiilvn—A'nie auJ Chr«*io
r^Udug."
g-an.l 88*4
its
(•"»
Hi.. K
M
l.y it.
k—Chronic
*Rh
'
la flun
Bt., he
14Z
Ul
,.,n Wood, 10* South Bt., Nctr Y*>rh
f* A»- Naw York—Ctrooic
Vakland At., Joraoy C.tj-Chrouio
Copt. N
RheumatU
Mr. AI
m «ffjj
hAKi
ralyea
•d g«*nilrinen kno
l«m. Dyspopats.!
lU
r.-d by^,-.
many oth<-ra cm
vrsnd Khlu'-y.
The above
• I
«I
bieaa iho day
CLOTHING,
r/i
Lb'
L
A
H
%
I
S
J
;
History Repeated.
Penn started in this country
200 years ago as a clothier.
We continue in the same line
upon similar principles of
equity and prudence, only with
enlarged facilities for supplying
the needy.
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,'
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
*( ptfiNJnn-84
at a is.
go MET ill NO NEW.
Connellsvillc Coke!
0
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite sixes, 17.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE S
NO ASII !
IIEAT INTENSE ! TRY IT 1
Chas. Warner & Co.
Market Street Wharf.
-100
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVE1
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
—OF—
SUrtClUOIt QUALITY FOR FAMILY U81
—AT TUB—
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
put In cellars.
All coal well screened
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE Jt YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH ST.
##"T« b'plionlc communication with all parts
of the cltv. augl'2
40TH POBULA
MONTHLY DRAWING OF T11K
I
î
•Tl*.
ill>
lu the city or LOUISVILLE,
Tuesday, October 31st *82.
drawings occur monthly ia»«S«rW~ovlslona
fan aetof theOenerml AsncuitUy «>4f Kei tucky.
The United State» (drillIt «mi March 31
nnk-red the following depWmi
First—That the C!ommaMwv«klth 1>I .tribu tlon
Company 1» legal.
Hecoml—It» drawing» are fhlp.
Tlie ('«»inpaiiy has now on lnt*,d a lat o reserve
fund. Ruad earehilly the list of prt/.«* *f the
Of
OCTOBER DRAWING.
.180,000
. 10,000
. 5,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 12.000
. 10.000
. 2,700
1 Prize
1 Prize
1 Prize
10 Prizes, l.OOOeaeh
20 600 "
100 "
60 "
20 "
10 "
1,000
" Approximation
n
Ü
000
100 "
1112,400
WHOLE TICKETS, #2. HALFTICKETS, »1.
27 Ticket«, |60:55 Tickets, |100.
Remit Money or Hunk Draft In Letter, or send
v Expr«'»». I>oi»*t send by l{« gl»tere«l Letter
Koat Office Oriler. Orders of f r > ami up«rar«l by
nr«'*», « an Im- »ent at mir « xiH iiae. Address alt
kr» to U. M. ItOAltD.MAN, C«»arWv-Jonins!
Pnildlng, Louisville, Ky., un Ii, M. UOARIL
UAN, .100 üroadway, New V«K. tk»t*t»-ly-4l6
1,960 Prizes
K
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h
u
—UNDER—
New Management,
-WITH
New Features.
The Only Democratic
Daily in the
. State !
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Reports by Telegraph.
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For "LIVE" People!
ONE
Only One Cent,
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-OB—
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CARRIERS IN AI 1, PARTS OF THE CITY.
By Mail, Postage Paid:
One year, $3.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.55 in advance.
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-THE
DELAWARE GAZETTE
( WEEKLY. )
A Paper for the Whole
Peninsula.
THE FARMF.RS* FAVORITE JOURNAL.
CROWDED WITH LOCAL AND
TF.LECPAFUIC NEWS.
The Cheapest Paper
Published in the
State.
A First-class Advertising
Medium for those who desire
socially to reach the Agricul
tural (lasses.
Terms•
One year, $2.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.10 in advance.
Tl tree months, 60c in advance.
ADDRESS:
BELL & TAYLOR,
KING SI REET,
N( ). 502
LMINUTON, DZ
LIQUOR DEALERN.
gVMETHINO NEW7
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
John.F. Bets A Hon'», Celebrated Liebotschsner
Bohemian Lager Beer, Bottled by
JNO. MULROONEY,
801 A 808 TATNALL 8TKEET, (North
WAatcor. Fifth and Tatuall,) Wilmington,
Del.
Also sole agent for John Gardiner A Co.'s Con
tinental Brewery ale mud porter, browu stout and
old stock ales. mvH-üO
JOHN P. DONAHOE,
AND SOLE AGENT OK WILLIAM MASSE V
A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartholomay iu-e ester Beer,
.'he brewings are unequalled for yurlty and
flavor: constantly on hand In kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters in all
the different flavors.
—BOTTLKIt OK
57 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Aerolite ninl accomm«xlatiiiy d
iiy mail promptly attended to. lie
i*d wltli the Teiepho
drivera. Orden
U also connue
Exclwiuge. and hla signai
my 1 - 1 «
--A*
IlKALE LlQUC
m
E 1101.1) IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
BONDED WAUFIfoUHKS pure
wliUklrrt from tliv following celebrated
tllieries*
w
A. Overholt A Co., Janunry 1X79 and Jii
A. Gnckenlieliiier A llro., Miiy 1X79.
JoliieGibhon, Son Jk Co., May 1X79 and Ju
Hniniiit Distilling Co., Augu*t I «79.
HherWood. November l«7tt ami Juut ISiO.
Ne verst nk (Heading, Pa.,) February, l «80
Mt. Vernon. May, bMU.
Tin* above
tax paid at
may be seen at till« «Lire.
I860.
< 1880.
•m\* will l»e told either In bond
ic loweat market rates. Sum pics
ïi
NO. 108 MARKET STREET.
mjr&-20
FRANCIS KELLY A CO.
0RANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IK FACT—
TUE FUÄF8T. RICH EOT AND BEST BYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
By the gal.«
bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
?
Absolutclypure rye.
A raUable •tliuab
3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
mvVly-26
Uniform In
h and delicate in flavor,
and aafe tonic.
USDERTAKEltH.
JOHNSON & BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
S. W. COR. TENTH & MARKET, STS.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Kksipkxcks :
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
017 JetTc
scp29-mwrf-l)'-M
G. T. BARNHILL,
d Tatnal his.
st.
JAMES McKENNA,
Furnishing Undertaker.
•3
NO. 323 WEST SECOND STREET.
Wilmington, dklawahe. S-1-S-21Z
Q.REEN & BRO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
Ofkicx—Soltiikast CoiiNKn Fifth and on
AMOK STUKKT.S.
Reablcnres :
1». .1. GitKKN, 1118 West Tlilr«l street.
J. F. GIIKKN, 703 .Madhon street.
«jrTaylor'
s latest improve«!
E-sS-riU -* 1
rpse
T
DR. '!>
•V
3,
c
BEF0RE- AND-AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' 1 rial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD
5
Driiii.
Nkuvk Fohcb
W HO are bu gering from Nsnv
Lost Vitality, La«, x
Wasting Wkaknksals. nnd nil (lio^o disrates
Natcak resulting f
of «I l'lKMVJ
OTIIKK CAUSES. BiMMNly
ration of JIkai.tïi.Vioob
T he «nunlivt discovery of the Nineteenth Century.
Send ut once for Illustrated Pamphlet froe. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
d complete reuto
« r
1 Manhood «juauantekd.
AGENTS! AGENTS! A G EATS i
For GEN. DODGE'S Ur«!'
Thirty-Three
book, entitled
Years Among
OUR WILD INDIANS !
A true record erf the Author's Thirty- Three Year* Penonal
Experience among
ublc Introduction
By Gen, Sherman,
subscribed for by rrcmlent
Cabine:, nud by G'u. Sherman, Gen.
It of Ern
. Grant says :— 1 "It •* the best book on
' liiauoc W
soys :—"It it a book of immenat value.'' It is the only authen
tic account of our Indians ever published, fully reveal
ing their "inner life," secret doings, exploits, etc. It is
rcplcto with thrilling experiences of the Author, and of fa
mous Scouts, Trappers, Cow-boys, Minen, Border Ruffians,
etc., vividly portraying Life in the Great West as it now is.
48d thuwniml in pres*. With Steel Engravings and Superb
Chromo-Lithograph Plates in 1& colors, from photographs
made by tlie U. 8. Government rxitressly for this great work.
AGENTS! This grand book is now out-selling all
others 10 to 1. No comjietitiun. Agents average 10 to 3SO
orders a day. We want lOOO more agents
elusive Territory anti Special Term* piren. Our large circu
lars with full particulars tent free. A fine Specimen Plate
«nt in addition for a 3 cent stamp. Address tho sole pub s,
A. 1>. WORTHINGTON Jt CO-, IIabtvobd, Comb.
iM'I)25-10t«l
This
Arthur ami enti
Grant, Gen. Sheriden, Gin. Hancock, and th
Men. G
work was at
(Methodist)
Indian Li/e
. /;.<•
ILMINGTON COLOR WO iKS.
W
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
-AND—
SOLUABLE BLUE FOR THE LAUNDRI
—AT—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St,
M1SCELLANEO US,
CHANGE OF BASE
CHEAP JOHN
'I
-WILL OPEN AT—
416 MARKET STREET, (Old Gazette Office,)
-ON
Saturday Morning October 28th,
SALE IK
oct2.V)ui-Sl
TYllh n New Stock of floods cheaper than the cheapest. Give him a call.
THE EVENING.
GRAND" FIRE PLACE HEATER.
THE
u
Perfect In its operation», finished in the beet manner, easily regulated,
economical und a powerful heater, very heavy and duruble. It
is a FIRST-CLASS JIEATER in every respect.
HENRY F. PICKLES
-DEALER IN—
Stoves, Heaters,
Ranges, &c.,
Nos. 7 & 9 E. Fourth St.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
-•J
g tt*Prompt attention paid to orders by mail. 'A®
S ck I2I-IIH-42
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor
WERNER & CO.'S
C lx a in j) a ^ xi e W ine,
PRICE LIST.
s:
Per Cap
12 Qt^.
?A Pts.
no
do
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
15 per cent.
5 Canes
10 Cases
25 Cases
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. BA88 ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
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 Ware room Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTEI.S, ETC.,
Ever offered in Delaware, mude expressly for our new wareroötn from
ti c newest designs and .\t the lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & BRO.
__OCI7-35-1 r
e. ii. McWhorter I ca,
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc.
y
'■jm -
gf^.
)
r3E
STEAM ENGINES & SEPARATORS
215 West Front Street, Wilmington, Del
8-12-dw
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
No.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COH. SECOND AND KING STREETS ; ICE HOUSE
AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE.
BRANCH OFFICE AND DEPOT, Foorth and Poplar streets, nnd No. 9» West Eighth street.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE:
per
84 cents per
W cents per
ti.u
ck I 18 ptuinds dally..
:«-k Ji pounds dally.,
uek I 25 poun«t« «»ally..
roUNDS AM) OVKIt AT TTIK BATE OF «0 cent, per 100 poniKla.
de known at tlie office at î .
hand a CHOICE SELECTION OF
: of charge, where sliute wag«*
apr:«v-2n
5 pounds dally.
8 pNimds «tally.
12 pounds daily.
-
s pe
. .70
a driver should be
Tltc |H"1 neeleel or Incivility on tlie pari .
.1 It will receive prompl nttentlon. Wo kco' 1 •;;•""*'7! V-iii.r. r
tiie most popular mines, which we deliver In cellars 1
COAL fr^ (
Special Announcement!
Special Announcement !
Sa-nrael Lees,
Nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9 N. Second Street, (above Market) Hiilad a,
otters great inducement!» In
BLACK SILKS, CASHMERES, DRESS GOODS, TABLE
GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS ETC.
LINENS, MUSLINS,
STOREKEEPERS SUPPI.1R1) AT LOWEST JOBHINU RATES.
SAMUEL LEES,
NOS. 3, Ik 7 and • NORTH SECOND STREET and NORTHEAST CORN KR ElUHTIi andSPRINO
A RDF.N STREETS. PII d LADELPHI A.
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FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
FERTILIZER

FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
HP^Qnc of the best Fertilizers ever used in New
For facts of the case inquire of
Castle county.
Samuel llanby. Nonis Talley, Curtis C. Ilanby, T. S.
Robinson, Charles Talley, C. M. Talley and others.
A. SCOTT & SON, General Agents,
Ward r. O., Concord Station, Balto. Central R.
R.
7,7w8t,POW-S5
J. M. IIINKSQN, Traveling Agent.

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