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KHlJd or B»dly Wouu.UU
c«u* WM* J '* d lo lh *
^""ork of llic expiai»« flre
w " nof ful,J k, T"
11,1 beeo , " oii * n
*!• .„ore victim» »re roorully
1 ?,Mr deitli» momeoUrlly e*
J "" Millier, were »lightly Injured,
. 2 r»'>u» In »11 who were
2 Ä t hcf»rh by flying «.«»H« of
t* ll "L'r,| of <h»d »nd wounded
TM ... who were fourni uml
wrk gu»rd and the city
■ »Ci.iv neiny other» Injured
ri w « 1,0 were »Me to make their
„nd ere not Included
Knowing "rc tlie do.d, mort.lly
£»ud t" |,lr ' ,d;
m fk
m0
ue*u.
rookie«-, iiged HU year», ..
,,wnd»tieet»ud Woodland
the head end limtantly
N
vDavif
•it Forty
L StrU -k cii
1 Intel:» S.' udder, colored, aged
* th L- 0 » Hulnhrldgo »tre.-t, w.»t of
I • Struck In Ike l'»c* and killed

of
1 . ml,h r, year., ..... ...
"ji, struck while In his *r»nd
:l„„a died In » few minute«.
1 nirulug. a'fed V. years, reading
'Hl, Orr t(reel. Fart of lila bend
■Died at the Oerinen llo«pll»l.
• üil O TÜomp»on, colored, uged 1!.
S* ij,.,, a t So. 171» Itmeuhulisc
I Brftedni' 1" ' hc l' ark , wltl '
;1 J |a, r iarrr.trd un 1 »kull Irac
LoubMi M " 1 er, affeu * yearn, n -
.\o luH Poplar aireel ; tkull Irue
lj,.i ihr tieriuan lloapltal.
r__ »bite man, uged 3tl year», part
r,.' pi,,»it n«ay and the loco
I that the feature» auuld not
CJjBjen», aifwl 13yetri, residing In
ïtonitreet above Col jnibla avenue ;
Jpfriglit afler the display.
„OKTAU.r WOUNDED»
MSeller, aged 38 yi ara, r. sld ng at
BMeredltli street, amt employed In
iron lim ml ,V t right arm »o that
Ln»til have to he uinputited ; at
Hu-pital
j Henry U >«cn, aged 3» y.'arr, re
»AtlanticCity ; Mt arm shattered
kr*ard aui|> » .a ted ut the (ieimau
sent for yesterday
; his flit 111 * i' "
tua M Cairns, aged 17 years, re
jjXo. :* 5 Gold street, near Twenty
.1 Pennsvlvania avenue ; both
herwise seriously In

•lureil uml
Übe is lyiug ut her home.
sI.lfllTl.l' INiUBED.
, wife of
kbteB>»ven, a ed"4>e
* Mm : tl?»!» wound in arm and
fcCnsklec, husband of Mrs. Coaklcc :
; knot*.
»hurt
n Malum, lalKircr, aifod 2n years,
I at No. 1247 North Twenty-sixth
i rail) wound.
igcd 25 years, residing; at
Intakes street ; lctf Injurud.
iGianiberpjUgeU 2d years,residing; at
; North Twenty-sixth street; struck
.
krkol the
(I 25 years, residing at
street; who oc
ferut liera.
Ilot liuiitiii^di
M MU» .McCraliis; slight llcsh
Harrison, a {>ark guard ; severely
*, Fairmount
and taken tu his h
, uiar Twenty-second street.
Fhiliii»}«, »loHOph
ru and Thomas Fury alsu sustained
Lut wen* not injured.
■ Ik explosion occurred Mrs. Scud
d young Thompsou were part of a
ho were
)d about 154» y aid» from the site of the
i* display ii. the direction of ttie
railway d«*|K»t. Howard
1er, the three-year-old child, was In the
hi his jcraniiniother, Mrs. Charlotte
i. The infant was ft ruck, and the old
life spared.
: unknown man at the Morgue, who Is
sod to he u stranger in the city, as uo
u ken there who can recognize the
vis standing in the same loeullty.
igreaU*r harm front the Hying pieces
I «as done 4U0 yards away ou the high
put of the Heading Railroad truck.
Pttuwd ot people were on the suin
■tofthev hud u eoinnmndlug view of
><)f the iron mortar,
feet lung, eight inches wide
tjaInch thick. Hew over the heads
fcwaiids gathered
Dipany of eoh nil persons
unit av
*»• 'f*' n |'it
the sloptr and
dense crowd stundlng
t^-tevi-iith street und the railroud.
KtetU'. Mrs. Coak lee was killed ln
itLaoaeofthe two deadly iiiissil«*»
11 the poswwion
^ with the
tifc ai;d hcr h u
illtll
o! the police
dead womau's
hainl were staudlntr
he only sustained a
'• John M. Canning
'tue distance beyoud
ere struck by the other
, lining: died soon alter
t'k (lorman Hospital, but Miss
grwit pain ut the same lu
» umil ;;*;},, >Vft nIoy alll . ni(MM)
ÏSt* 'Vmdng was u memb r
Waptiht Church. His wile did
until yesterday morn
wgnt ' 1 stricken woman went to
J^uopiDg against hope, but found
.
«, |)1
"JUiVot lia* k
»•Midler wn,
:A
U in î
WDtcaus
which led to the terri
JuJackhun's pyrotechnic factory
5 ut brimi y, «i„i which operated
1 r T ul ut ' l 'idcnt during the
~*re»ark. display i u ism, unilar
».»•mit „I Druck, the EiiiilUh
t* î :
;,, uted the calamity of
predominating compo
at exploded whs blue !
£ 1,: - * A
gd.«|| th!
**thu* far
*Jlhc Lot of !
>Im died with ils
pyrotechnists.
'• Worm by rtip.
S '"tvlrag, harmhee,
" tf 6 i rebthtfciictj»,
1 teutg.
•'»nsM*;
cathartic;
worms, cou
mil
» With«.
Itlclie«»
•-*« I.line-Klltt dull. ]
'C'oininunieatlom" the
BtidE.. Inquiry from the
I foui,) î , L,,,t *imatl as to whether
l'api'ywhh.'ttt riche»,
tlfnri r " r 11 »hört time,"
fet ( ,iit'„ , «lo perslinnu
Fwriiiu? l,ut atuli'd man
Hii, .it 'm b 4 eklc8 on his sus
I ""' ' 1 'l'-' of a tree an'
uiin,,, l '"'"lort fur twenty
WiJ; ^O.OOO.IKJO. A»
» »brut '* .'V, 1 '"I*® 1 t,,; ri»l>
iHtk'il» , 1 "'KleraUm' do
kl4 ' rtrh,.-,o ■ r * ol l11 " c luh to
iHion ,.1 / inquired the Rev
Sw A ," 0In as he earefullv ros«*
Mf, , mh, but iiiHt Htnurtr'iii
? 1 " law «1110 „ | J " St
P"**» Fill Id . . I, ?"" ln *•"« !
■«aseyou ni.»» î u,lur H could he ;
poker will a man !
. ''»Hie out btranned
5?! > foar-..|rT ** '
"««t, . u. . i-V, "diel« will hein you "
W*w«l . K, '" t, J--'Yurt fur ail liver
*«eui. ,,;J aiiii'lalnta, iillea.coetlven«*»
iNirlnJ 1 - 1 r I'VOf'lo li.r uu oneler
J'tMli,. I n, 3'- Wort Im» ludueed
t -- whole»,lie drue
Ityatp |[ .• " ^ 1 «>., of iiuriinirtod
V® 1 ! fur in. ,salt ' •" a liquid form as
r-rti'-.- , v 1 /"V' th'mocrat wne
Ibîflptilywl,, '.'"O Loulehina Stats
'V' V-l'.Uluirof Col
'"'»llc-lllil , r,V' k 'ur »16,000,
"I 4 .! m. 11 " oapitul iirlao ot
m,u"l "l,cn rl'v ""I n ' kc ' ,,: "»Id
Ï ' llr. 1,1 „ Ù lc , d b >' ''urtuno?"
Hr, burn, u, I,I , .'"•, no ' v ft inuFt bo
&tod-'»C. b Ä ,U i y Ä
•hi,"'"». " ' month, ami
SlÄ«wie„- * V1 .'.U, d" you Intend
""■l l.cmun t ' 11 ' thu 'dKht 1
'Or?:. ''feÿ'ÂÂKS
C"\>'iiu. '»tif.i iiUfeitns.
" A ; liKr '»f » . , Nlh.*n«l
^ 'I 1 ' 1 " 1 *. Noli M , .' aU ° 1 ''«H»ldlea
^tFrr,' Pll
toi«, *1 of,
''I
1
thu
Mr!
*
flre
* n
e*
of
A SCHOOL OIIIL AllUlCIl l).
The Little V<*tighter of k WWtliy .Mil
waukee Merchant Spirited Away.
MlI.WAVXCK, Oct. 35.-One of the hums!
slugular ch- om of myaterlou» dUanpearuiire
e.er known In till» eltv ca
. j . ..... ... • nil ' u> light hare
uwla.v. A little 13 ycr-old daughter of
C sa par Hcnijoekc, n beul thy imreliant.
living on Hanover streut, aller being driven
to school at 1 o'clock yettenlay vu< æçn no
more l»y any one who knew hi-r. She w
not missed until Iho close of school, when
ber slater*, who attend in
. _ . oilier depart
ment, called lor her and found that, »he Imd
not licet» fti Acli001 at all Uurlu? tl:
noon. The |x>I!ce
the cum* lu*t niuht,
had
alter
•<** nolillcd of
Her llic family
_surohed every place where lliev
thought the child likely to he, hut the
nfllccr», Ihluklug the child would »0011 l,c
found .»»Id nothing «tarnt It mull ihl»
. ... .nioru
lug. Not tho slightest clue ns lo the child'®
whereabouts Inis beou discovered up to a
laU* hour to-night, although u moat dllijreut
search has been made,
theories afloat u* to what has become ot her,
but the one accepted by the grter «trick
family Ik that the child has been abducted
bv some persons luumülmr lo get u ransom.
Mr. Ifcnnccke Is very wealthy und |: well
known lo !»♦* pj^iuimtoly devoted to his
children, uud il the child 2iu& been taken lor
the purpose of securing a ransom the villain
hus n good pro-pett of getting a large
amount, for flu* lather la »<> m
that he I« ready t'» offer u fkbulous
his daughter's return.
..
N
Tune
î a doze
of
> >
of
...
1!.
'
1
îurly 1 »un Uc
bum fur
Tho "Trlbuno"
I 11 ou
<1 Carr«»II.
The New Vorl: Tribune I» evidently nut
well pten-ed with Urn iiorulnuMon of Mr.
Howard Carroll, a young Jnururdkt, ns the
Republican enmllilnte lor Congrerninun at
lairgc In that State. Mr. Carroll having
tudlgnanlly denied a report that he had i
I he Itcpulillcnii State eouitnltten StS.OOO for
bl» uoinlimtlou. the Tribune rcpniul»editor
ially that tiultodv had «»Id
Mr. V
-
aid
suhpertcil that
*11 "could pu y $15,000 or any other
sum," but ! r . adds that •*l» e youth oulv
oller« (1 to pay it when In* was iiuncfiur about
the State coin tu Situe rooms betct'injf for -the
nomination, uml button holing aequaint
tocea to lulerecdc w ith the committee for
him" ami oflein to jnoduuo nfJldavltft to
prove I hin assertion if It is denied.
In
;
at
In
at
"Rough
Clecrs out. ruts, mice, roaches, flic», ants,
b?d-buffs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15
cents. Druggists.
ICat h.* *
All
stilfeiinAT from nervous
young
physical debility or impotence should*scud
to Prof. Marston, HW Fulton street, Ne
York, for a coi». ;dete treat iss on lost man
hood. Sent under cover, free. tts,w
M
of
Slink«*»
Life llcifrnjcra.
tiiiiii due to the ravages of
'»us Himk'H Is nliuost tnomlilric. Y«;f
Consumption, which Is ns wily mid faul »s the
deadliest Indian reptile. Is winding Ilf colls
uround thousands of people While the victim*
of its presence. Dr. K. V.
Plerue's "(iolden Medical Discoveries" must he
•«I to cleanse tho blood of tlm sorofulous Im
purities, for tubercular consumption is only a
form of scrofulous disease. bilden M eil leu 1
Discovery" Is a sovereign remedy tor nil fi
of scrofulous disease, or klug^s-cvll such
tumors, white swellings, fev« t
s well as for other skin disease».
mi.»
The 1.
f life I
:
•ofu lous
Hy drugyisis.
#• AjtrifKirn vint t:.
iJ
a
K
r% Jfj
Mt
VU
r fs\
CURE
Dih
a muse. Its origin If
î wltnwiit. Hence to
onect,
within ; Hh iniiiilfcstatl«
cur«' the «Unease the c
A
In nn oilier
r In* uflected.
AND LIVER
lust this principle.
"sxkk" kÛinVi
WAHN EU* it
CUKE I» estublléhed
realize« that
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases sri.e from
liver, ami It strikes at *
cultv. Thu elrnients of which It Is composed a«
dlr«*« tly upon these great organs, Goth as a food
I restorer, mol hy placing them In a healthy
dltlon, drive «Unease and pain from the system.
•raid«* tronliles caused hy ur.
J Urinary Organs : t'o
,*n : for Malm la,
generally, this
of Imposters,
concoctions said to lx* Just as good.
, itbk for WARN KlUb 8AFEUIA
*rangod kidneys
it the root of tlii' .lilli
r
■t
For tin* 1
healthy Kidney. Liver an
the dratrcshiiig IMsordtrs of W«
physical «h-rangeine
ins no«*qttnl. He
f irent renirdy It
inltaMoniamt
DIaIm*
BK-TF.S CUKE.
For Bale by all dialers.

H. 11. WARNER A CO,,
ROCHESTER, N, Y.
ft
HAS BEEN PROVED
Th« SUREST CURE for
c
0
e
i KIDNEY DISEASES.
Doe« a lame book *r disordorod mine lndl
a viotlm t THUN DO NOT
Kidney-Wort at onoc, (drug
iimitatbT
gist« roeomrarad It)and it willspoodily ovor
the disaaae and rostoro healthy action.
Tor oomplninta peculiar
■ to your sex, such aa pain
, Kidaoy-Wort is unaurpaasod,
S
!
Ladies
and weak«
as it will a«t promptly and safely.
Either Sez. Ineonttneneo, retention of urine,
brio!c dust or ropy de pool ta, and dull dragging
pains, all speedily yield to lu «mraOvo power.
45- BOLD BT ALL DRDOOI8T8. Price f 1.
a
!

■J^ECKWEAR.
Wh-, î we r.n o«lalili»!l lo' » ihiiio of evidence,
wh ch every In'iuiry Gut make« Ftrongor, tliat we
'.ave t:,e o.t'y r*al, or nullcal remedy for Uheumatif
Disorders, and we put tliat ovldcm o wlthlu-tlio reach
of OT-rr euherer v;!'mU ,»»»-» end te,Me«< ,<ri
! claim diet no .meint tho Cool will iura lo
; ear, or do 3 o Iris eyes to tho gla4 Udiri/n we bring to
! hta bllg! t-d lire Iu j:,« ho to at. to j „
dependent fnmlllm, aud to the coueureuianon of y
ll'o . am'.li on Imloro you *■—o strl, k- n down I, y
diBOu«, woeek yen logo will, u« lora f. w m. ineu.!
"> hom-e ut »' r.e »l.o „nrc drunk of 11,0 watrn
»/ '■/« eud ore now n il of ll.o .,■■•/,/ heallh. ready (o
K>H U> 'ho world their el.nl e-|Kj. 1, ne-, V. o will p ro
l' ol > "° rals " «hdmuent. end noli n > «rem»» which
lanrol, hy pro,.or inquiry (I, y l. u r or I rone ;
blends) l*e probed to l!.c bottom found to be full
»I* truth.
cities In spring and stnnmer
m. ritlCKS always
New York
Neckwear for
< ■
cl.
SHIRTS !
-putalion for ex
OurOne Dollar Hhlrt Inis a
oolleitce
*t|ualle<l In tlilscity.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
A full line of
species.
ryllilng belonging to the
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
RHEUMATISM AN^ COvT CURED
it a dca)
n, t.
Amor* hundreds
to Ur. Li
woh Ch
Ur. Ussi og
rp-en
.b St. IIrookly
I
PI
Brooklyn—S»T*r
! I Si.
-,
10 8t., Drooklyn — Acut
Üro-VU»
r tlO.O I
, CI7 T»
î CoutSyi
Dr. C*
ChroBio r.hoi
!r* Bheni
bt
8
rTin. 451 Third Avez
■yn
3..
"Si
Dr. Ooodricb
Mi8. WiIlUu
Inti*
? I
;.-4> B*
lo Uitfumat
Cl»«
aud Cbronie
IPS 34th 8t., Brooklyn—A"«
î d i-vn ylhiug.
a!.. New York
r
ill
w Yor k Cily
ïOyrnrs; fl
142 Weil Bt., Ntw \o. k
Soulb 8l., Now York—Chronic
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by It.
y nil
Ui
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81
bv
Av.. New York— Ctro-ks Rheii
rk
niBiiamaod Ki '.
Judge Crc
Rhcumall»«"
Tbe î
î ml Av.. Jersey C.'y -Chronic
08
>
-A W'
oyotfc
•tl pmiliMflfl k
l-ni. Dyspepsia
Kl.lucy
Lit
Now give tills
bless the
aud you
1C lino re, A «I » him *t Atlnnfle Av.,
Uroukly ii, and 105 William bt., N. Y»Ci
CLOTHING.
V
A
N
hi
History Repeated.
1 Penn started in this country
200 years ago as a clothier.
M e 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.
«eptntjan-»!
CM.IL.
_ €
gOMET.IING NEW.
Connellsville Coke l
Crushed for Fainllr use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Com|>»rlng with eorrennonillng Ailhin
cite atze», 57.00 per 3,000 pound».
NO DUST!
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT I
Ciias. Warner & Co.,
Market Street AMiarf.
t
-100
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVEl
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
—OF—
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY U8I
-AT TUB—
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
put In collars.
All coal well screened
B. F. TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OK FOURTH ST.
«^Telephonic communication with all parts
oftbecltv. auglZ
POFULA
49 T11
MONTHLY DK1WIXO OF Till
I
flf
il
iu the city of LOUISVILLE,
Tuesday, October 31st '82.
ilrnwlngs occur monthly a
of the (»encrai Aeacaihlv
Th«* UiiIUmI Staten Circuit Court
rendered tlm following derision :
First—'lliat the Com
Company 1# ieaal.
Buctmtl—lie «lrawlng*
The Company line now on liaml a larg« r«*aerve
fully the Hat of prize* •) the
tier provisions
Kentucky.
March SI
wealth Distribution
î m
of
BÜI
fund. Kuad
OCTOBER DRAWING.
.$80,800
. 10. S00
. S,000
.. 18.008
.. ta, ono
.. is, ont
18.000
.. 12.000
.. IS, «A
. 17»
. 1,008
1 I'rtjtc.
1 Prize.
1 Prize.
10 Prive», 1,000
20 " 808
108 "
SO "
») "
10 "
l<
200
,000
Approximation
BOO
100 "
9
.$112,400
WllOLK TICK ITS, $B. HALF TICK ITS, $1.
27 Tickets,$56: 8* liehet«, $108.
Itcinlt Monrv or Bniik I Iran I« Letter,
bv Exer«-»*. Ilon't »end hjr It«-« ratered L
r«»*t «fin. «* Order. Order» of $5 and upward by
K« nrcitit. can t*e »ent at nur expenje. Atldre»» .»ft
renier* to It. M. IIO A It DM AN, Cou» lcr-journal
Utilldiiiff, l.oulavllle, Ky., or, K. hi. IfOAIt»*
UAN. & Broadway, Mira York. tu-ljr-sb
1,980 Prlxea.
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LMINUI'O.N, Dff
MO no it j/EALJCftn.
TOHN P. DONA HOE,
V —uotti.bk or—
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» CO.'S 1*1111,AllEi.ru JA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—AX 80
« Celebrated Bartholom nr line cater Heer,
.•he brewings are unequalled for .urityaud
Savor: eonsiantly on band In keg« or
bottled. Mineral waters In nil
llic different flavor«.
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Wll.MINUTON, DEL.
Sarpoll'e and accommodating drivers. Orden
•rn»«H promptly attend«*! to. lie is a Un con ih*>
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0
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8 .
BONDED W A KKHOUdEB pure rye
w]>Ukles fruui lliv lopowing ctU-brated dis
(IU«HM a
A. OviT iott* Co., Janunry IV7» and Ji
A. Giickcnhelnier »% III«»., May 1*70.
•lohn Uib-Htm, Hon 4 Co..May l)f7» and Ji
H an ni» Distilling Co., Auguvt lhT9.
HherwiKHl. NovemlHT and .fur*
Neversink (Koadlng, Pa.,) Kebi i
Mt. V'ernon, May, 1S80.
laao.
I mu.
y. tsao.
The sImivc g.-*)« will l»e »old either In bond or
tax paid at the lowent market rate». Sample»
may be »een at this store.
NO. 100 MA UK ET STREET.
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FKAXCIH K ELLY A OO.
QRANÜE UKOVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
. —IX »ACT—
THEPURFST, ItICIIItgT AXI> BEST RYE
Vl ilUKY EXTANT.
bottle. .
Hy the gxlit
JAMES A. KELLY
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Uniform In quality
A b»ol n tel y pu re rye.
Rich and delicate In flavor.
A sure and safe toulc.
A reliable «tiiuulftiit
3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE ST3,'
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gOMETHINO NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
John K. Beta A Mon's, Celebrated Liehotschaner
Bohemian Lager Beer, Bottled by
JNO. MULROONEY,
501 & 503 TATNALL STREET, (North
wo 6 tcor. Filth and Tatuall,) Wilmington,
Also sole agent for John Gardiner ft O.'s Con
tinental Brewery ale and porter, brown stout and
(M stock ates.
ra M
u ynÉRT AKBita.
JOHNSON & BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
8 . W. COR. TENTH & MARKET, 8 T 8 -,
WILMINGTON, DHL.
RESIDENCES! .
!.. HARKY JOHNSON,
<W7 Jefferson at.
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. T. BARNHILL
J And Tstnal sts.
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james McKenna,
Furnishing Undertaker.
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NO. 338 WEST SECOND STREET.
Wilmington. DM,A*»nz.
Q.REEN * BRO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
Office—Southeast cohner Fifth and or
ange bt ukrts.
Residences :
1». J. Ohekn, 1115 West Third street.
J. K. OitKK.N, 7U3 Madra«

ft^*Taylor's latest Improved corpse nn se
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DYES
( mm: - AND - AFTER)
Electric Appliance» »re »ent »» 33 Days' lilil.
T6 MEH ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
imtYrriiiff from Nrrvocs Debility,
Vita i. itt. I.A< K OK Nbutf. Fon< e a.no
I Ml
Viuou. Wastiku W«a niiMES. and all those disoones
of aPsnsoNAL Katurv remiltlag from Abuses and
osant Caubks. Stxsxly relief nnd eompleto rento
ruHonof HBALm.virtoaand Xamiood guaranturd.
The granil<«t discovery of the Nineteen«h Century.
Bend at, onoe for Ulustiated Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC IILT SO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
TTfmted
AGEMTB! AGENTS! AGEVTS'
For GEN. DODGE'S bran' new book, entitled
Thirty-Three
Years Among
OUR WILD INDIANSI
iWu. r«»»d ci lh. Author ■ TkJrf»* Three f rar, Pmnunl
Miama. With u .ble lulrodacUou
By Gen. Sherman.
This new work was at
subscribed for by rtruthnt
Astiicb and entire Cabinet, and by Gen. Sherman, Gen.
Grant, Gen. Sheridcn, Gen. /Ianeocl, and tfionmmli ot Eiu
»«••» Men. Qnn. Grant aayai-**A .« the beet bwtl on
Irniiam ÏÀM erer frritten." Bish«i- Wilvt iMcthwlUt)
••7••—"A f* a booko/imtumee mhte. It is the oa'p authen
tic aoeoant of oar Indiana ever publiahrd, folly reveal
ing their "Inner life," see ret doings, exploits, etc. It la
replets with thrilling experiences of the Author, and of fa
Scouts, Trappers, Cow-boys. Minera, Border Ruffians,
store vividly portrayUig Ltfa In the Ore«it West aa it
484 thousand in press. With Steel Engravings and Superb
Ohromo-Lkhogrvph Plates ia lü colors, from photographs
made by the U. 8. Govern men l eerpressfu/or this great work.
AGENTSl This grand book ia now ont-avlling all
others Iff to 1. JFo competition. Agents average 10 to 80
orders a day. We want lOOO more agents at once. F.x
efustiw Territory anti Special Terms giien. Onr large circu
lars with full particulars sent free. A fine Specimen Tlato
aent in addition for a 3 cent etamp. Address the sole pub s,
A. D. WORTHINGTON & CO., Hartford, Comm.
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^yiLMINGTON
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
COLOR WORKS.
—AKD—•
SOLUABLE BLUE FOR THE LAUNDRY
—AT—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St.

MIH VMM A If MO UH.
The Bi-Centennial Celebration
I IIÖ3
m
Will bring crowds of our ont-of-town customers to Philadel
phia.
Wc arc now arranging for their convenience and comfort,
and desire them to make
OUR STORE HEADQUARTERS
daring their visit.
Parcels can be checked at the Market street entrance and
will be kept 'Until called for.
At the Bureau of Information all questions concerning
the situation of places of interest, and the way to reach them
will he cheerfully and lull y answered.
1 he Ladies Parlor ou the second floor away from all
bustle and noise, is easy accessible by elevator and affords a
pleasant, meeting place for friends, and a delighful sjmt to rest
when tired.
and writing materials,
adjoining.
.
It is supplied with current magazines, newspapers
Retiring and dvessin
or
0 rooms are
«r
A special exhibition of the new fashion in every depart
ment of Dry Goods, will lie made by ut. daily during the cele
bration, and to every lady these displays will 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, Piiila.
CHANGE OF BASE!
•C H E A P ,T O IIN
—WILL OPEN AT—
416 MARKET STREET, (Old Gazette Office,)
—ON—
Saturday Morning October 28tli,
Willi a New Stock of Goods cheaper than the cheepctt. Give him a call. SALE IN
THE EVENING. * oct2.V3m.81
THE
GRAND" FIRE PLACE HEATER.
tt
Perfect in It» operations, finished in the best manner, rusilv
ccouomleal anil a powerful heater, very heavy and durable. It
is a FIRST-CLASS n EATER In
?ulated,
cry ret<|Kict.
HENRY F.PICKLÏS
-DEALEU IN'—
Stoves, Heaters,
Ranges, Ac.,
Nos. 7 & 9 E. Fourtli St.,
;
WILMINGTON, DEL.
A^rrompt attention paid
orders by maff.^gE
nctn-lui-42
REMOVAL!
7 rom S. W. Cor. to N. E. Cor. Fifth and King Sts.
WHERE WE HAVE OPENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Warj.oom Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection ot
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ev« r offered in Delaware, made expressly for our new waveroom from
Il c newest designs aud at the lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & BRO.
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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
tl Poplar streets, and No. JUS West Eighth street.
PRICE OK KAUTERN ICE:
5 pounds daily.49 cents per
8 pwiimln dAily.Wt cents jw-r week I-JO p«»
12 pounds dally. 7» cents per week |25 l»«>
>UND8 AND OVKK AT THE HATE OF
*gl«K*t or Incivility on tin- part of a driver «I
ipl attention. \\ «• keep coilbtantly ou li:
the most popular mines, which we deliver In cellars I
pound* dally..
•Is dally.
lids dally...
. « M cents per
. Mt cent» per
.«.is
ra.
cell Is per HK» p«
The least
and it will rt
COAL from
•le kn
at the office at *
• I n CHOICE SELECTION of
• of charge, where »hule
•«•vive p
e:
8. N. ANDERSON,
511 MARKET ST., (Morning News Building.)
<INE PAPER HANGING an ! WINDOW SHADES.
Fall styles
In stock, ;
«I with
•«<••1 laclllti«
ncrlectcd.during the
•Iitl-y Iu
«• to dlHlIcilgC
•*. OiiruttH*k
Iv by practical cxpcrlc
II as tho
'!
Mil'
f their r«
will Hud that th«'
who «iiupiv w
>» is rightly
ariftl, and
•I«
till
th
sting uh with d
a kltclu-ii oi
nitlng th.fl
til I cl I
paper
lilt
all
.•nth
fore
all cl oh
of
prke
t tienne »» n liable good»
tl pene,
will w:
HENRY GUERIN, Manager.
_ _ 8» 22-2w-at, I ls-20
FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
FERTILIZERS
FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
\ffisTOnc of the best Fertilizers ever used in New
Castle county. For facts of the case inquire of
Samuel Hanby, Norris Talley, Curtis C. Ilanby, T. S.
Robinson, Cliarles Talley, C. M. Talley and others.
A. SCOTT'& SON, General Agents,
Ward P. O., Concord Station, Balto. Central R. R.
J. M. IIINKSON, Traveling Agent.
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