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Tnttâà WW Hool» Jury
ïVo Croofc«HlC.«lu.
tlrliwn 27,—The eontliwlon
'g p ,ul Counsel H. H. Well.,
<tW ^n,?„uhodrur publlcâtlon to-<Uy,
^""Äwtemeit *»d labwqueDt
fcciidf*'^n oai»» UIckêOR, »howlug by
ïjliV.t of 1 °,"„nv ni Judge Hoorer, Mr.
L,en und W _ an ,t Bowen no offer
Sets* ° r rmnu« l"» con »lotion. The
&■*»« Wril. ore: Tb« Mr.
P rln, li',"! not brllie, "«er » l,ril ' c
Ho« 11 ' 1 ' 1 , ,1 0 f the »tatuto "W corruptly
H-nSK-of »r- Pickw.ii v »
W " cn lu-onver»«tlo« did take p mu bu
K' : IÎ t.i u and Bowen dm log the pm
K riiir trial tl«t were highly lmpro,«T
„ Inc l,ut tint the foreman did
5i"!rfui P ih,wcii woe eu ting oropeok
•''''i 'thekuowledKOOr approval of the
H * Viiencral nr any peraon I» charge of
jivn») ot h th| , prosecution of the
ErconhtC-a u , d(d uot brtlCT,
. 1 "
. n.„uttcirtpt »t bribery *» made
|b'*".'A but tliat bo did bellevd that
illU ! ,J , mose was I" "And out whether
r::;Äb "^' ,, ."" n ' 1 ' httt , uu h 1 ;
» |llf ; L"l, Mlrvlng, prepared hi.
the night t»f
made an mi
lt before the
Oil
•ment
fiim
and
sat lot
on"
u?e
"J 1 " »ui, ilio jury In Uie Juty room
" :t , jiiiimt u " i n! considering tilr.r
iUi ilic uppnrent purposu ol sc
,,;ttal or prevciUliw tliu con
' nr nil of Ilic defendant*;.
Interview with Cum
intr Gn'
• nirkbOH sought —- „ .
„»mullv 1er Uie pur|x««i ol ol.lnlu.
"i, him .»me propowil, *u«caUon or
' ,1, to be used befoie the Jury for the
Ijiliiriiie Die conduct of the At
' ...rnl und Id» subordinate» Into
„ini contempt, »lid thereby tu
jnrvtoucqult the accused,
i 'ÏT h.ued at 0 o'clock this
1 i«»fi,rlhcum»t of William Dickson,
Ediluvltof Juror MeXelly. for eu
Improperly influence the
!jü ,ii Ilic star Route jury.
i ;l,rr warrant was b»ucd for Ms arrest
teiffijavlior Mr. Brewster Cameron,
till* BliUavils of Henry A. Ilowen and
t Wilson ami Hooter attached as
S' (inr'tMT Dickfon with conspiring
' \V. Driver and others to get
n:u the United State*, tlirough
. for the purjKMKj of irn
PV <•
to
|(i
t'aiucrr
filât Richard Demis, nephew ol
\ lit* lierai IVvena, and lare. Dis
ait of tin Department of Just ice,
tilth' I ran» 1er red to tho Post
riunovcd from the
I ■
Alton:
siuL* A
ft 1
to lMnrtmcnt »
,,mi»ut i f Justice on tlic chur»c of
Klnlvriustlou to Star Konto men «bout
Ejrt.rkii,^» »f tl"' Depart ment. It Is »al«t
»»Mils tliut he M.vc
his . Ill Ini su|H-i1or,
,f Clurk Mullikcii, wlm pave It out. It
i: i tl,»! Mullikcii Hint Gray, Pension
t |..i !ilu' Hcparimcut of Justice, will
|m,m;»ly rcmovril.
1 Drvciifl
;ii ii>
n
ill fi»
1 XPLODINO OA8.
•her Mina Horror In Whlcli Tw o Men
Arc Killed und Others Injured.
»uma, Oct. 27.—'The Fine ftblgc
i,()iviicd by the Delaware A Hudson
ur tins niincr« >
I
WCoiuimiiy, located
a:, oi the Central railroftd of New
firv. I*as t!i • scene of a terrible explosion
pi to-day, in which the mine was «et on
rivl Uu mi'll killed. T
young men,
own Burt ami Feter Lamb, both track
jtn, bad gune into an abandone«! part of
is working« to take up the track and re
hud accumulated in
Xe «luautUicb in this portion of the mine,
had gone in with naked
^ils a terrible explosion took place.
At the time of the see Ident over 100 men
id hoys were at work in different parta of
eniiii". A gum: of t«*n men were working
:th'ii Ld ot the ft|)i»t where the cxplo
oii took place, hut were fortunately
altered by the formation of tlic place in
hich they were at work. They at once
ave the alarm to the rest of the miners,
id u!i iiuiTm'oil in making their escape
f the ojieuin,: Mill Creek, a distance of
fer h Dille aud a half from the scene of the
I,' ills Iron. (Ii
I lie me
Bj4.:w tiilft afternoon all were out ex
it the tw i men, Burt and Lamb, of whom
pkf was known.
An exploring party
n the shaft to look for tho two
çmen, but up to 0 o'clock they could
kfound. At 5 o'clock it wa« reported
the mine was on lire,and but little hope
Jtttcrtaiued of reaching the inUafng men
| *®tto wvc their live«.. Great effort«
w otic to oxtinjjuish the flames, but
■Mpprurcd little chanee of succe««. The
Will work was on fire, and difficulty was
Jwiiccd .n pettiug near It, as tho fau
WwSopped iu order to prevent the
oi tic Haines by creating a draft,
riiif were iu great demand, and all that
W be obtained iu the neighborhood were
ww into servicer Car« were made water
inu lowered into the mine, and being
i vtre run as nearly us iKHwlble to the
.oi the lin*. In this manner it was
Pjoextinguish the (lames before much
2;*" ,luno » hut up to ö o'clock the
"as not very hopeful.
wives mid children of the
7?V S' tllp rod around the Bhaft-licad
K' ? rm - "'"1 while It was known
url ,U|J Lamb had got out safe
", flii'at czdtcmeut prevailed
, ™m. lloth I.amb and Burt are
£". We lu ™ and live with their
wcre In a state of terrible
'Ï a,l p*1.. At (1 o'clock no hope
- ;«1°1 Unding the unfortunate
W,k,..r r . in ''«lewnlng word was
lü bodies of the two young
^tmcD seen iu tho mines frlghtlully
"Huchuimibtt»"
«Lwm pietecure, all annoying Kid
al1 ^ Urimry disease«. $1.
t *' 1 1 J l'.rs—ihe lll-Centonuial.
I'-'IH-i-k will he brim full of
iliv-tt ''""»"les or the Bl-Centcnnlal,
- ■ 1X111 «I news from this State,New
.nil, and", u m" 1 I, " Ilana > t,lat v, ' ,c
fe .lreri win, tR '„ ,,cw ». Uuvla > 018
•s' le'i r.'t ,ave —»«Ryo copies of the
^ for .ale at
Phi.,
an ckrly hour in
l> Men
from eerrous
M;,r ï L 0r , l ftl" ten « should send
iulton ,trcat i New
1 Wd« e C o«r a , U ftee° D ' 0,t n ' , ' n •
s !;ti , H , 1 "" 1 Mann»
<i. is*' 1 0n,t J n « »''ngi and cures
Co '.CamS 1 jj*j. drn * ' t0,C ' Blfd
tta,w
or Fall ItiulncM.
' 1W In™i f ,î' ftt * 11 ca P* now In
nn, °* Derby
'"'rstin the ,f e "P- Prices as usual,
Rumfonl i
»fully I y iu » F,t «, FltaT
S^wliitlmî World's DiHpcnsary
Huilulo ii ^ddro««, with sump for
* X ' WA«
fill stiM'k
Sw' ,l "-' UIÛ..Q JJ 1 Democrat was
I*,' «..""I'iuiy whn .M I ,c ,. l40ul,,,a " a sute
KK«Ä" M , r - *'• «ter of Col.
ilïû ."|!VJP k (or «16,000, as tho
5? "-krt y, 'i" " , „ lh " espltal lirixo ot
It,*, wiom'ï 1- alMl "'ho«: "Did
1 In , l 1 ", V( "' 0 ' 1 by fortunot"
C atill H liV-kt.ii^ llo n 1 would win. 1
lhl 1 , lHil n , :un iuh ,' v6 ' , n °w It must bo
upturn w'aiiio 1 flldhitf my tlmo,
t', ,„? üme 8uon - 1 hovcT
&>» rnuu u ,. ï lnjr "lb but waited,
I,,, 1 Mien, fl V.'!k '■'■•■'ly month, and
LSfttti] hat do y<
!ï;5afsrv'«wwv
S® tu- iiVtuj", } ,n f #ut lfelt
pi
Wiu l »mi.hin »? un '*« had «in
^ n °<mt Orica in' L:!.—A.
■ "fhmbrr w. '
luten«!
A PANIC I!« LYONS.
Th« Situation Critical and the citizen«
Orvatlr Alarmed Over the Impending
Crtele.
Lohdost, Oct. 27.-Thc Exohtr.po Tele
(p-apii Company announce* that private ad
vice« represent the »tute of affair* in Lyon«
to be very alarming, The promptest action
oo the part of the military auihorltloa la ad
vocated In order to prevent a revolutionary
rising. Business is »uspended and more
troops have have been telegraphed for.
The Paris correspondent ol the Manches
ter Guardian says he has never heard ao
much anxiety expressed In regard to the
future os now. Ihe police, he says, are ex
A largo number of
arrests are being made at Lyon«, Among
the persons arre«ted are the men supposed
to have placed « number of bomb«, which
exploded, under a table In a resturaut on
Sunday last.
The correspondent of the Central Xetrt
at Lyons telegruplis to-day that the situation
critical. A panic has seized the popula
Thc the itrcb lust niglit were empty.
The mol> threatens to attack the banks aud
the public buildings,
caution have lieeii taken.
Pams, Oct. *.
traordiuarlly active.
tion.
Meuburus of pie
—A M ini oHi, In 1 note if
published referring to the recent
Montreal!- le«- Mine« und Lyon«. It says the
government •» watching the proceeding« of
uu organized asaoclatlon whose head « biefs
remuin abroad. There is no ground for un
due ulanu, or the authorities are firmly re
solved torepresa energetical I v illegal aetf,
and eve rywhere to maintain* public
The government has the ineaua at its dis
posal to this end.
Friends of the government now; ad mit
Uiut the immense number of tlircutcuing
letter« which pu ««cd tlirough the po«t office
ot Mofitccuu-les-Mliic», Chal on« and Lyons
are the w ork of pruetieul joker« un i enemies
ol the Kepublle, who wish to mise the «eure.
mis at
der.
Mollier «uun'd W
Infallible, tasteles«, fmrinless, eatliartlc;
for feverish n<. ss, l cutlet «ness, wurm«, con
stipation. 25 cents.
hyrup.
KIDNEY-WORT
18 A SURE CURE
for all diseases of tho Kidneys and
LIVER
It hu »pacllla action
this moat Important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
inaction, atlmulniing tha healthy aooroUon of
tho Bile, and by keeping tho bowola in freo
oondition, affecting its regular disci ju-go
Malaria. ÄÄÄ
___ A dyspeptic, oroonatipatod. Kidney
Wort will surely roliovo end quickly euro.
!n Uie Spring to oleruue tho Bystcm. ovary
should toko a thorough course of it.
ora bilious,
U- SOLD BY DRUGGIBTS. Primai
KIDNEY-WORT
i>H* uooim.
Fnncy Hosiery wild Underwear.
G 0(1)0 t
S. Ii. STAATS
No. 405 Market Street,
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
id beautifhl designs
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
In
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Also opening a large and WELL
SELECTED STOCK OK
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's
Merino Underwear
:
AT TOE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
New Drtwn Gooff«, dec.. Ht Mharps.
'^Y'ILLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED TKICFi.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Dlrcot from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Tue largest stock
h.se ever offeree.
—Also a füll Hue of—
CARrETS AND OlL ^LOTHS,
From 35 cents to 12.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
N EW
BUCKWHEAT MEAL!
etved a fine nrtlcle of fresh new Meal
.lust
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S
?
FOURTH AND 8HIPLEY ST8.
•RHEUMATISM AND COuT CURED
When wo run establish by a chain of evidence
which every Inquiry but makes «trongor, that W4
Imvo ilia only real, or radical remedy for Rhoumatlf
Disordeia. and wo put thatevldcnco within tho reach
cy i.nd without price, wo
11 um to \tndcaj
billig to
of every su Hörer without
claim that no
ear. or closo hl« eyes to ilio glad tidingt
his blighted life. In Jus:he to us,
dependent famille«, and to the consommation of joui
life's ambition before you were «trick« n down by
disease, wo ask you to go with us lor a few Women'.a
to tbo homes of «orne wl«o tiavo drank of tbo waten
of life and are now full of the joy of health, ready to
toll to tho world their glad experlmco. Wo will give
you no falso Hlntement, und make n > a*8< riior whlcli
rannot, by proper Inquiry (by letter
fi lends) be probed to tho bottom aLi found to bo full
>f truth.
but tbo fool will
>ou, to >
rough
AtnooB bun.lrcU ««red
to Mr. Uarillck, US Plyt
wilhChroulo Bhi'U
or present tpnoe allow« ua «or
tub 81 .. Brooklyn: »inter suffi
Bt.^rookiya—S.'ve
8t., Brooklyn *- Acuto aud
Broriklyu—Sd
«10(A) lu mil
7°° mw »"■ ^rüsemeut.
Elmore, Aflami A Co.. 06 Atlantic Av,,
UruoklFU, »mil 05 Will lain Bt., N. Y.C.
Lid
Bkcumatla
« i I
Mr. Uaai'ogf, - A)4
Gout.
Dr. Co<*ntmercr 1 >17 Ba
Chroulo Bbcu:
Mr. Hoi-lisle
nGoutSy
n Rbruma
fdloluts »
8 year.—hod expended
doctors.
Mr. Nevln, 451 Third Arenac, Brcok!yo-Chro
tlsm 4 year». _
Mr. May land. >59 Balnltridge ft., Brooklyn
Chruuio UheumatUm and " •"
ft? Inflam
Chruute
very U:
"SSÄ,-.« , 188 >4th St., Brooklyn—Am
ery thing.
and Clrronlo
£ c«r»; *• l»a*l trl
ew York City
Dr. Ooodrlah,
Mr«. William -,
Inflammatory RIm-ik
M r. Dixon, 14-4 We
8t., New York—«orrllde, a
<nrs; Unger* unjoin ted by I
York—Chronic, ner
tn Wood, 104 South 8t., New Tork-Chroako
* îî^Greonwleh Av.,Now York—Chronic Hheu
Disease.
>0y
Ht., Ne
G apt, N
Bbeumail«
Mr. Abn
matlsmand Kid
Judge Croumau, 14 Oakland At., Jcraoy City
Uheumatism auroral years.
•era.
VLOTB&B.
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History Repeated.
Penn started in this country
200 years ugo os a clothier.
We contir.ue 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-«
VOAJ.
gOMETJING NEW.
Conncllsvillc Coke!
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Shall Stove,
and Chestnut,
. Comparing with corrfsnondlng Asthr»
dtc sizes, (7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST !
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT I
Chas. Warner & Co.
?
Market Street Wharf.
-100
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVE1
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
—OF—
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY USF
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
All coal well screened an put In cellar«.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH ST.
49"Telephoulc communication with all parts
of the cltv. au g 12
JQTH POPULA
MONTHLY DItAWINO OF THE
Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
In the city of LOUISVILLE, on
Tuesday, October 31st '82.
These drawings occur monthly under provisions
Of an act of the General Assembly of Kentucky.
The United State« Circuit Court on March 31
rendered the following decision:
Find—That the Com mon wealth Distribution
Company 1« legal.
Second—Its «Ira wings are fair.
The Company has now on hand a large reserve
fund. Read carefully the list of prize» of the
OCTOBER DRAWING.
.|30,000
. 10,000
. 6,000
. 10,000
1 Prise .
1 Prize.
1 Prise.
lOPrlzes, 1,000 each
20 " 600 "
fiO
100
-
1U.0ÛU
2. Too
1,800
" Äppn^^VlVan
800
MO
»
1U0 '
«112,400
WUGLKTICKETB,«2. half TICKETS, «1.
27 Ticket», «60; &B Ticket», «100.
Remit Money or Hank Draft In Letter, or send
by KxpreM. Don't »end hy ltcgUtered Letter or
K»l oillcc Order. Order* «»I «.» and upwar»'. i»v
Kxpretw, can i*e »«*»ti*t our exiM'iiKc. Addrtaaafi
order» to It. M. MOAltDMAN, Courier-Journal
Ibilbllug. l.«Hilrivlllc, Ky., «rr, H. , M. IIOAKD- I *
MAN, 3UW Ur«ja«lway» New York. 6,22-lU-ly-«b [
,980Prl«Himft
VASl I AM) WMMKLYUAKKTTK.
.the
DAILY GAZETTE,
11
it
-ÜSDAÄ
New Management,
-WITH
New Features.
The Only Democratic
Daily in the
State !
FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS
Reports by Telegraph.
ALL THE
LOCAL NEWS
A LIVE PAPER
Fot "LIVE" People !
ONE
Only One Ont,
CENT,
—OR—
Six 'Conte per Week.
Twe nty-five Cents por Month.
BEKVICD 11 Y
CARE.IERS IN A1 l'AKTB OF TUE ÇITY.
t
By Mail, Postage Paid:
One year, $3.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.55 in advance.
Three months, 80c in advance.
-THE
DELAWARE G A JETTE
\
( WEEKLY. )
A Paper for tho Whole
Peninsula.
TnE FARMERS ' FAVORITE JOURNAL.
CROWDED WITH LOCAJ« AND
TELEQRAFHIC NEWS.
Tbo Cheapest Paper
Published in the
Statè.
A First-class Ai ivkrtising
Medium for those v rho desire
Specially to reach tl *e Agricul
tural Classes.
Tr .RMS »
One year, $'aoo in advt nee.
Six months, $1.10 iin advance.
Three n.ontbs, 60c iin advance.
ADDF .ESS :
*
BELL «t TAILOR,
KING STREET,
NO.
502
1 -minutgn, di;
r. IQ VOM UBAtJKKB.
WE nOLD IN STOKE AND IN U. 8.
TT BUN DKD WAREHOUSE» pure rv c
whiskies from tin» following celebrated dis*
tit le ries '
1879and June 1880.
A. Overholt A Co., Januniy
A. Oucheiduflmer ft llro., 5lay_187S.
John UibsoH, Hon à Co., May 187» and June 1880.
Haunis Distillln* Co,, August 1379.
Hhsrwood, November in7t»
•Until IN".
The above a- .*}* will be sold either in bond or
tax paid at the lowest market rates, Sample«
'"If be seta at tills »toes
NO. 108 MARKET «TÜRKT.
nty8-20
FRANCIS KELLY A CO.
QRANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IX FACT
THE PUREST. RICHEST AMD BEST RYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
By the galion or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
?
Uniform In quallDr ^
Absolute! y pute rye^
A reliable stimulant
3. W. COK. TENTH AND ORANGE 8T3.
KVMy-S
and delicate In flavor.
and safe toulc.
gUMKTHlNU NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
Jolin 9. Ilet* A Hon's, #>lcbr»te«l Lli'bntschanvr
ItohcmlMii l.ngcr Uc.-r, Bottled by
JNÖ. MULROONEY,
SOI & SOS TATNAU, STREET, (North
west cor. Fifth und Tutuali,) Wilmington,
Del.
diner A (>.'* r«»n
Alrio wde agent for .lohn (•
ttneiilal Brewery nie aud porter, brown »tout and
iv8-ao
k tic .
J OHN r. DONAHUE.
-norn. mf
AN» SOI.E AUKNT OK WII.MA« MAHSKV
a OO.'M PIIII.AOKI.I-IIIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
OF-
_ , - _ wer.
ncquallcd ft»r »iirlty and
bund In krgrt ur
in all -
U»c
e Celebrated Bnrtbolo
.'lie brewing»
llavor; eonaUntly «*
bottled. Mineral wutr
the dillerent tlav
5.7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
CFCotllf an«l oceouiimMiatlng drivers
,»• mall jinmiptly atu*nded to. lie i* »I-*
■Z\ '*Ttli theTcb'plionc Excliauge.
On
d hU nllllll
in y I-te*
il
I» — -
Ll
III
//-Vil M f.HS.
a baunU'LL,
JOHNSON
Furnishing Undertakers,
8. Vf. COR. TENTH & MARKET, 8T8.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
ItBSIDKNCl-8 :
G. T. BARNHILL,
Ski and Tatnal sts.
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
öl7 .letlursoa st.
aepSKmwMy-M
McKENNA,
JAMES
Furnishing U ndertaker.
\
&
T D 8TKEET.
NO. 233 WEST 8ECOL
Wilmington. Dklaw. 1_
QREEN & BRO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKE*®
Orriez— SOCT11KAST f'OUVKK FirTir and o. n '
ANUS bTHIUCTU.
Residences:
1». J. G it ES X, 111.1 West Tlilrd street.
J. F. Gukk.n, 708 Madison street.
JQ^Taylor's latest Improve«! corpse ^ Tx^e rtY. p
Ifp
It
•v
p DR
dP%,
SS^KEIlv^
BEFORE-AND-AFTER«' J
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial#
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD,
• \%TUO aro soffcrlng from Nsnvous Drdujtt,
,>V Lost Vitality, Lack or Nervf, Fobcb
Vi, »OR. WASnxo Weaknesses, and all tho«o dlsease ft
of .. Personal Natur« reuniting from Abuses and
oVwz a Causko. Bpeodx relief and complete roHto
rn /ion of IlEALTn.viooR and Manhood Guaranteed.
ThswrL ndoat dltoovory of the Nineteenth Century.
for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTA «0 HIT 00., MARSHALL, MICH.
ff&nted
AGENTS! A CENTS! AGENTS!
For GEN. DODC '*'8 bran' new book, entitled
Thirty-Three
Ye ars Among
OUR WILD INDIANS I
X true rcconl at the Anthor • Th 'rtfThra Tears 1'emnal
Experience among Otar Xkdiaas. W '»h on .bio Introduction
By Gen . Sherman .
■t one» iubscribc 1 tor by Prendent
entire Cabinet, and by <•
Thl» new work
ABTBDft
Grant, Gen. Sheriden, Gen. Hancock, an, 1 thoueanda of Em
inent Men. Gbm. Gbamt wjet-' l R b ■*** *** l>ook on
Indian Ltfe ever written . * Bishop Wit.^r (Methodtet)
Mjai—"A ii a book qf immense vaine." It U th*' only aathen
publlahcd, Jnlly reveal
Indiana
tic account of
tng their "Inner life,** secret doing», exploite, etc. It U
replete with thrilling experiences of the Author, and of fa
mous Scouts, Trappers, Cow-boys, Miners, Border Ruffian»,
etc., vividly portraying Life in the Great Wo»t as it now It.
484 thousand in prêta. With Steel Engravings and Superb
Chromo-Lithograph Plates In 15 colors, from photographs
mode by the U. 8. Government expressly for this great work.
AGENTS! This grand book is now out selling all
others 10 to 1. Mo competition. Agents average 10 to 20
orders a day. Wo want lOOO more agents at once. Ex
clusive Territory and Special Tenne given. Our large circu
lars with full particulars tent free. A fine Specimen liât»
»ent <n addition for a 3 cent stamp. Add
tho sole pub'»,
A. D. WORTHINGTON ft CO., IIzbtvobd, Coax.
sep25-10t«l
ILM1NDTON COLOR WORKS.
W
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
-AND—
SOLVABLE BLUE FOB THE LAUNDUf
-AT—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St.
Bla VKI. r.A K KH va.

iT'r'ft:
REMOVAL !
From & W. Cor. to K. E. Cor. Fifth and . King Sts,
WHERE WE HAVE OPENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works,
Our Ware room Contains the Largest ft bel Choicest Selection ctf
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ÊtC. {
Evrr offered In Delaware, made oiptcsaly for our new warerootti ffodi
tl e newest ilcalgmt ami at tile lowctt prices.
DAVIDSON & BRO.
o,. ,7-:«-./ _
C H Ä NGE O F BASE!
CHEAP JOHN
—WILL OFEN AT—
416 MARKET STREET, (Old Gazette Office,)
—ON—
Saturday Morning October 28th,
SALE IN
Willi a New Stock of GoodeThcapcr than the cheapest. Give him a cull.
THE EVENING.
ocU!.V.'»)ii-21
GRAND'' FIRE I'LACE HEATER.
THE
Ftrfeet in ils operations, flnLhcd in the liest manncf, easilv regulatcil,
ccoudmicul an«l a powerful henter, very heavy and dnruble. It
i« a FII1ST-CLAS3 IIE\TEU iu every revpect.
HENRY F. PICKLES
- DEAL KH IN—
Stoves, Heaters,
Ranges, &c.,
ii
Nos. 7 & 9 E. Fourth St.,
W ILMINGTON, DEL.
rders by mnll.'^ft
octfl-lm-42
ipt nttrntlou paid to
4CJ-PI
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COR. SECOND AND KINO STREETS ; ICE HOUSE
AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE.
•I Poplar streets,
PRICE OK EASTERN ICE:
.49 cents per week I 1« pounds dally.
.JM cents per week 2» pounds dally
. 7« cents per week | 25 pounds dally,
» POUNDS AND OVER AT THE KATE OF GO cents per 100 pounds.
d No. 20U West Eighth streets
BRANCH OFFICE AND DETOT, Fourth
. «4 rents per
. Ml eeut« per
.fl.12
5 pounds dally.
8 pMlinds dally.
12 pounds daily.
I - *
Tl»e least neglect or Incivility on the part of a driver should be mmleAnmrn at the offloe at ?
and It will receive prompt at uni tlon. lie keep coii-dantly on lia id a UH »»LH HKLKtTrio;.
COAL from tlic nival popular mine», whlcli *e deliver In cellar» lrec ol charge, when* »but« wag
«I,
>*
©. N. ANDHRSON,
511 MARKET ST., (Morning Nbws Budding.)
FINE PAPER HANGING and WINDOW SHADES.
Tim new Fall stries are m.w In stock, and with Increased laclllMes, perfected «luring the
Runiiiu r, wo «re aulc U> challenge comparison fr.n.i any part. «speHaliy , 1 « »/• ■-J»»«
decorative work g«M»s. Our »lock In cluuipcr good» Is larguand varied, and selectejl with
the cur«i attained «mlv by practb'.il experience. Those entrusting us with ilyconitln g the
Interior of tbelr r«'hldcii«'cs as well ms those, who simply want a kitchen or. «ni all room
papered, will And that th«' same care and attention I» rigidly enforced ln i »II cbisso» of work
and our prices as moderate as tellable good» and perfect uxccutiou will warraut.
HENRY GUERIN, Manager.
ft 22-2 w-at. Its-20
JOHN MËALË Y,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware tor
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne Wine,
PRICE LIST.
87.00
8s.oo
Per Case 12 Qh*.
24 Fts.
do
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
per cent.
10 per cent.
15 per cent.
5 Cases
10 Cases -
25 Cases
IMPORTED
BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
BELFAST GINGER ALE.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEBT CIGARS.
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
.Window Shades,China,Lamps & Glassware
Wall Pape!
E. C. Gr. Ua
,. s
-ellable place to get any of the above goods
'-REENMAN & CO.,
-The.
"VT STREET, WIL., DEL.
NO. 411 MARK.
-»asonahlc price». We cordially Invite yon to call.
GEORGE W. GOODLEY.
always get ftrst-cl&ss goods at.
Where you
E. C. G. GHEENMAN.
-21
5-28. Wztdt-ln.
'EciAL Announcement)
Special Announcement!
Samuel Lee si
Nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9 N. Second Street, (above Market) PL Had a.
Si.
offers great Inducements In
BLACK SILKS, CASHMERE», DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINENS, MUSLINS,
GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC.
STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED AT LOWEST JOBBING BATES.
SAMUEL LEES,
NOS. 3, 5, 7 and 9 NORTH SECOND STREET
GA RDEN STREET?
id NORTHEAST CORNER EIGHTH and SlMtlNG
I. Pill LA DELPHI A.
JNCI27
American Watch and Clock Depot,
No. 11 North Second Street, (above Market) Pluladelpliia.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND SMALL PRICKS.
ff9*-I.ook at some of the priors
Lillies' Solid Gobi American Levé
Gent»' »olid Gobi America;; Lcvc:
Ladle»' Solid Gobi Watches a» low
Ouc-day Clocks, Çi.uo up.
r Watches,'
Watches,
• |22 00
*) uu
- 12 00
Eight-day walnut Clock*, |3.00up.
A large stock on hand of or solid gold ami best rolled plated Jewelry aud chains. Solid silver and
plated ware, operu glasses ami »pcctuclcs. Repairing of all kinds «lone In a skillful ikanner.
8. PICARD, No. 11 NORTH SECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
jari*. S.—Every article warrante« I us represented.
novUMyw
FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
FERTILIZER T
FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
[fpgUOne of the best Fertilizers ever used in New
Castle county. For facts of the case inquire of
Samuel Hanby, Noms Talley, Curtis C. Hanby, T. S. .
Robinson, Charles Talley, C. M. Talley and others.
SCOTT & SON, General Agents,
A.
Ward P. O., Concord Station, Balto. Central R. R
J. M. niSKSON, Traveling Agent.
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