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A mountain that moves.
i'tirioui Hlilflln* PrO|NW*ltjr of a
Nevada Sand Haar.
r Kcno. N«vk 1*. Osset,*. J
)h , »Djicrn part of Churchill county,
„„ tbc mi from Wadsworth to Ormntvllle,
uhmtt 05 mllo» from the former place,
^ .and dune, which la remarkable alike
' „«„liar formation and movln« propcnsl
for pccm hr arou „j ,, the e yc can reach
»Ilde meaa of (freaaewood and stunted
'«hrn.h, with here and there abrupt
iumaln H.lff. -, or a sharp, rocky peak
TI,o dune, er mild moiinUIn ridge, whleli
r bout four
niiiil'lva ... , , ,
i.-rhapa, formed by the heavy wind«
...il prevail In that section, blowing
" ,|c»ert* through a natural open
small range of mountain», and ilc
iv.Vltlntr Hie «mull particles of sand that
1 .bed up In a heap where the wind
, r Is disturbed and an eddy formed. 1
' 'whole dune, which la from 100 to to 400
I,* in hclirhl and contain» millions of tons
I ni» Impossible to find a particle
„ 'll lai-L-i r than a pin head.
I, j s J.,, flut* that If nu ordinary barley sack
ill!,-.I anti placed in a moving wujfon, thu
..»riiiLT of the vehicle would emply the Hack,
'■ ( | jt has no form of dust in it, and is
« ( Van a» 1 any fea-lnsach sand. Themoun
.olitfas to give it a musical
I upon, ami oftentimes a bird
lifting on it, or a large lixard running
I,,- the liottoin, will Htai ta large quantity
•il the hati'l to sliding, which makes a noise
iw mbllug the vibration of telegraph wires
hard wind blowing, but so much
I that it is often heard at a distance of
a
<
TM
la
i'
ll
miles in length, and covers
mile of greasewood in width,
r r
Hi?
j„g ill a

ih*
mil
».
:
lain
will) a
F
. v or M'vrii miles, and is deafening to a
l'r M ,n htamling within a short (1 Unco of
tin* similar «and.
A pciMilinr feu tu re of th«* dums in t liât Ik !h
no! stationary, hut roll« slowly eastward,
Ik wind gathering It up on the west end,
ing it along the ridge until I» is
airain at the eastern end. Mr.
MonriN*, the woll-kuown surveyor, having
j |t ard oft lie rambling habita of this mam
ii, .ih Mini lieap, quite a number of years
•k careful Iwanngf cm it while sec.
ruinent lauds in that vicinity,
later he visited the place, und
in
Si!
lionizing k
UrV«*ral ye*
found that the dune had moved something
ov«*r a mile.
Au Iowa Hoy's Heroism.
[Ottumwa Courier. ]
N.ri Fhity oflen proves the value of a man,
heard of a liettcr nerve
titan Unit ilbplayed l»y the little night opor
niuriii M<'!i'«ii>e, Iowa, who was badly in
juml l».v the r. r at that i»la<*e Wednesday
n^lii. ili name is Kngler and we are tol«|
eh l>eyoi»d 15 years. Weil
>> lay niglit lie got on No. 18 to ride down
, mill u short dUtaucc to clone a twitch.
'. .Vi or wln re it was we do not know,
hi|e hanging on the ear, w
a I, against a |x>Mt, by whleli he had a
The blow threw the boy
1 -.Vmi flie cars und iu falling caught ids
i ih around flic drawbars and in that, posj,
!m> li.- was dragged sonic di«tfliiH> r ||o
u-eovep'd Idmkidf rumcicntiy,
llio «il aw bars, then by the
Mil-ladder mi top of the cor. where he rc
li.MH.l (ill Hie train reached Tyrone. There,
u !h hi- thigh hrokcu and bleeding, he Wh«
! '■•o-ii i.v the tvrt'.hnm«- Mt» twr
fl imit, o d in tin* ImsI und only ^marked ;
tM, I i» !i-ve I liavp one of my logs
Ihmii: I wish you would help me down."
i-ver read «
•»t
'
'*■ lrt-y
Solidified "StllTs.''
Every corpse that Is taken to the Paris
morgue is now quickly converted Into a
Iiiinl as stone. Tills result
I« clitaiueil by Carre's chemical refrigerator,
wlik-h ih •'.»liable of roducing tho teiupora
iiiip. i the t , ns« rvatory, where each body
.m -tliing closely resembling
a cutup bedstead in 6tone, to 15 degrees he
Ihw /."I'.*centigrade. At the back of this
.. » 4 row of -tove-llko conijmitmeuu,
In whii-li the corpses Hlti boned Up and fn»4cn
I.mil.n Ulng exposed to public, view.
A an'illustration of tho intense cold tluii
artliHally M-i-uri-d a Paris journalist, in de
l i! 'ing u net-ut visit to thc morgue, says
Unit in op-nlng one of tho compartmentH
tl.<- atremiant look the precaution to wear u
flow-, |.>! "hin ln» in l ahoipd be burpt by
('(•titart with the ooJd iron. 11 The corjwc
wli' l. u;in taken out. of its receptacle had
r ' 11 f'»r uim* hours. The doctor who
k .«inp.initMl the visitor struck the »lead man
aii.u lire«»! with a st|ek. ami the sound
teJM us if he had struck a stone.
M< ck ul tu«
> Uil nut
A Terrible Leap.
l' u ln I.« Her to IhM-tou Journal. )
suit hit- at N'«)trc Dame yeafcerduy 1
J'-uiti: ami beautiful woman who hail
u - 1 Itini" fiut-e miii rise for the doora of
u ?•-Art ,,i th© ancient cathedral to oiaqi,
1 up to tim hulooiiy on the hlglicht
['" : ' t . "''Tlnokiug the Place »iu Purvis and
' - Dlu-re until late in the Rfternoon,
11 tlinw lur.Nflf down and wuf
"I " , i Bu* Mplke» of the Iron railing
, -moing u fitatue. The poor creature's
■ "a- torn in two and tho mutilated re
r iil ' llll'l Uiln

bn
picked oil' piecemeal from
A horror-stricken crowd
1 ■ »" h»»k, with that curious fageiim
, . «»I violent death which Urn
r ... " ' «t'lMiiiR the nuiMiee here, at. this
■ '■ Tim woman wan young,
I.' 1 , 1 ! I! , * ,, « , irantly (IickwmI, and there Is no
Ci !,■ ". , Perhftp« she hud nu
■•' I tc her to death ami war drawn
1 ,il *u by the " temptation of the
it,
*t Die In the lioune.
Rats."
'• hugs, flic
Rough n
Clears out rats,mice,
S ants, moles, chip
ent«.
i;,
-Menhadei
'iirxiioil by n Shark.
New York W
Rernoou lust w
Id.]
it good day
Long Island Sound. A
1 '-lit occurred near Luce's laud
large threshing
school of fish,
1-111 m a body toward the shore.
•Giurtm
:. V ,
••ville, where
"I Id attiuk a
sine In
boat, nnd
- iim.-H of 11 si), BO
, nml succeeded
The tiBhermeu
; must huve been 1(H),0(H)
hml net nt one time, the
. [' w, nl'- killing them right and
" " •" "I his tail, 8oinctiiiu-B knock
■" "Ut «if tho
1 uf I,.
•I II,r.
Urh the de
I'struct th«*ir
°vcr 12,000.
k »
t,
■»I'Mlrlmr
that III,
»ter in showers to the
, >r tiftecn feet*
hauls were
• " " : K-ilegating some (U),000.
At the old
do the same
L
Ah
Stephous ut Home.
" Atlanta Constitulioii.]
Mr r 'J f ni , at break fast two tables were
• '' I'licnn, rolling his chair to the
11, l" " ,n * hlted hit, hat and with
ii l.i . 11 "'iitly uskcil the Ideshing of
;i M'oim- uu.i cursts. The break
M ian ' Ul ol,c of lrle.1 chleken,
l,i,n u ! W, biscuits, r<»lls, home
syrup, etc. No less than
dual count, elusteretl
,h ' and helped the guests, while
.. <M '' unyielding dignity directed
!: '-1 by i|„ l,,0,llf S und three pickanninies
; ,,j ;i "1" 11 llreplucc and watched the
I n V . v , ll i*i ""'Bsguised Interest. A
jj (1 . ' •'•tteng tumbled about the
mu. ;|s ,. '* OL,fc ; <M *eupving tlio rounds
t!,.. ; ,r '1 hoir» the dining room
1 " lor y, overlooked the scene.
A I)c| ( .,.j
I«.
Ill the
Ll
' ' iV
In
'"illy „
Kuslly Itume.lled
w . , l.r-Juuriml. ]
..■' '.-'«•ntly acrlvoil in the lamily
: >.iv , our "'"«t wia papa w
', 11 .Ill Vi , ' v '' 1 ll,e event. Turning
L" kll 'l!tln-utfi" Ur l e : "Aunty," g»M In;
r'.j | "iriuill H ' l . ttto * 'this lioy seems tn
"'"'•H »1 "V 1 ' "Oil," eried the
'I,,,.,, foolhinifly, "never
1 *' " 11 lll,: ''"t 11 come all rl^lit in
A i„.
C*X
J'-'I'H.ii ' " r ' r,, lck Hemls,
- •' 1 'W<; l pnk.. l ' i,lo 1 u * conditions, "Wells'
untl-bUiouB cathartic. 10
<1
'•«ut«.
Dhn> f)| . «I
ff'al «li , liii?iv^ Ul ? îrl,, K from nervous or
V " r * M:»rstm,? r ,!ü 1>otenco should pen»l
U)' '" r » t™ ,' 18 Vulton street, New
' Sl 'ht uX'" ,r< '»t*«e on lout nnm
coyer, free. tte.w
a
JAY GOULD IN DANGER.
A Narrow Escape l'ram living Kun Over
by h Locomotive,
ääük:
Mr. Dunlap of Chicago, and another gentle!
rtmc f , r , ?i hat dtv ' WlK ' n tlie train itopp-d
three of three gentlemen alighted and
veraed with 8u|,ortti tondent Burrows. As
mvL" t0011 0,18 ol l, ic shifting loco
•ar r ,,!'" ' up at th * n ar " f M>e private
(.ar for the purpose of taking It back and
pu ting ln Uic Bhæpcr from the Niagara rail»
train. When Mr. (iould saw thecarsturthe
Jumped upon the platform to go with it
8 mie one told him that tin- ear would be
rctui ned to where he St. and he jumped
>11 while the car was In motion. As he
Jumped down lie struck on the track
which the Falls train was pulling Into the
depol, and he neither saw or hoard it
coining g» ho was looking In the opimsitc
direction, where hla friends stood. Hunorln
U-ndenl Burrows saw that the train was
near him and yelled to look out. Mr. Oould
jumped backward quickly, and just In time,
too, lor the pilot of thu locomotive would
have struck him had he
track a second longer,
hut little concerned over th«*
tunned eon
cool manner.
A HOLD .MAN'S ITTKKANCKM,
I Ohio Advocates the
Tollt leal AM«e*Miient Tolley.
Kladi.w, Oct. "0.—A large outpouring
?« f . 1 *J t,l, w«rt Republicans crowded the
Mihhlcr Academy to-night. .John <J. Mohn,
a leading hat manufacturer, presided.
; inane by 8. R. Mason and
L hauet* of Ohio. The latter's effort
wan by far the best political speech delivered
In this cl tv «luring the campaign. Mr.
< bailee appealed to the Republican party
«»r 1 euusylvania not to forget its history
"" its missi
la
ll
on

remained
the
Hu seemed to 1«;
affair and re
vcitsation in bis characteristic
Malilon Chance
Speeches w
Mali!«
ati'l not to allow'
tlio Democratic party to balance tin; limit
account of thc war.
"Never mind Cameron
now, said lie; "when he is Iwfore the
people then light him." He paid a high
tribute to Reaver, Grant ami the Btul warte
in general.
II.
id that, lie approved of
iioiillcal assessments, und dcclurnl that In
Ohio they would have
very poor boss if he could not i
veutlon l)rtt*-r than he did the lust
Harrisburg,
Emporium.
■ailed Caim-rou a
nu a con
one at
Mr. Chaîn e left to night for
One Dollor Shoes.
Ewing, No. 0 East Front street, has l»t*en
rushed for $1 shoes,hut he still has
hand and ran
mistake.
supply
aeeoim^odate th«; public.
The lirst door from
You can set* his
raiispursncy ut night over the window.
Make
Market street is the place.
I
ids
||o
rc
;
m
i HAS BEEN PROVED
.. . __ Th# SURE8T CURB tor
KIDNEY DISEASES.
EoftBàU**® orcUaordor«d urlno indl
' JVOU sro a viotlm P THEN DO NOT
IiEätT'ATB» US« Kl<laoy-Wort nt onoo, (dru*
STlsU reoommoud it)and it will upcedily over
00310 tho diseaao ar.d rcatoro hcaltliy nctioa.
I« fl J C*<Q Por complaints peculiar
baUiGDa to your box, such an pain
and wcakucriBOs, Kiflnr-y-Wort is unsurpassed,
ao it will act pronvptl^ and safely.
EithorOgjf, tuoontinsnoe,retention ofurino
dust or ropy dopositi, and dull drtwMnir
pains, «11 speodily ytcld to It« curaUvo power
15- BOLD BY ALL D UUPOlSTa. Prioo §1 *
Bsoœœsial
V
E
h
c
(C
a
u
THKPrRUe IS REQUESTED CARE
notice the
on till v.
w aud enlarged
heme to We draw
«»-CAIMTAL PRIZE, |7\ 000.-«t
Tickets, only *8. Shares in proportion
A
»
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In 1SS« for 25 year, hy the I.ejrlsla
irçlor Kdiicathmiil and (linriutii* purpos«*s—
1 l »»t #I.ÛUU,üU0— to whluh u reserve
ltd ot |AVi,(4u has since hum added.
Uy an overwhe lming popular vote It« franrhlM*
le a part ol the nri-smt Slate Constitution
;d December 2d, A. I*., i«?j.
by the people oVan^ "" ' n "
H.Nuiir eSSMk ti5MuS ,T ?ak'i R ^
tu
.t.'
The
1
of
. NDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
FORTUN K. F I. KV K NTH (il<A ND DRAWING,
CLASS L. AT NKW ORI.KANS, TUKS
DAY, NOVEMBER Uth.
Drawing,
Look at the following m-heme,
exiJluslvf sunmiaion und innnageine
KRAL «i. V. RFAUUKG ARD
G FN FRA I. JUBAL A. KAKLY
manag»- all the drawing* «»f thU C'<
«»nRimry «
rectiK-HK of
- - lùeth Monthly
«1er the
ofGKN
who
.1 La.,
of Va.,
pan y, tx.i
et the roi
ol «ein I
; published olltrial Lists,
■ I
Capital Prize, $75,000.
190.noo TICKETS AT FI VK 1»<»LI,ARS FACH.
FHAUHUNS, lu FIFTHS in PROPORTION.
miuks;
LIST
1 capital PrUe of
1 CupiUt PrU. uf
1 Capital Prix«; or..
2 Prix
6 Priz
10 PrU
30 Prix«-« of MK)
iïmd «
SÜO I*rii« B Uf 5U
i.üoü l*ri«M of
.9 75,000
. 25, UU0
. lu, oou
Kkiiuo
lü,l»*l
lo.uuo
»»,1**1
«,1 96,000...
of a (WO...
of 1,000...
. u
• 25,
M
25,000
*1(0X1MATION riUZEH:
9 Approximation Prlxc«
9 " "
IffiOt
■9 6,740
,. 4,500
2,250
Ml
I
z&u.
1,967 Prixes, mnounttna te
fur rat«*« t<»
..9266,600
bibs should only he
■In New Orleans.
d only to
, La.
t, Washington, I». C.
1 to New Orle
oetll-.t.ws-wA*
Applluatloi
ado to the«
111
111 ,
I
in thcr In for
F.
. Sund order*
y OnI
h
full nddr
I
M. A. DAUPIHN,
New Orb
Dr, M. A. DAUl-lMN, nt
wil
adtlrt
n. n.
lu
. i
.1
N
KW
BUCKWHEAT MEAL!
Just recel v«-« I a line article of fresh new Meal
—AT—
SMITH'S
J. «T .
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8T8.
RHEUMATISM ANS COUT CURED
in OHiahl h by a ehaln of
nittkerf htrongcr, that w#
n-medy for KhoumaliC
Idem « wilhlu tlio
When w
wh.ch every iu-|Uiry I»
hnvo the only rent, or radical
lUsordn a. and wo put that ev
of c
claim that no on«i hut tl«o fool will «
rar, or close hi» eyes to tho gUul tiding* wo bring
hirt blighhd liio. In jus: »• o
(h lK-nd'-nt famille«, and to tlio
lire'« ambition boforo you v
disease, wo OKk you to go with
to tho homes " _
of life and
ch
u ml wilhmä price,
■ HUlferor without mow
it a dntj
} od, to >
NUinmution ofyout
strii k< n down by
lorn frw momenhi
drunk of tlio waten
I full «>f tlio joy of health, ready to
tell to tho world their ghd cxpei i
you no fnlso «talemcnt, nnd
rannot, hy proper Inquiry (l»y h tt r
fi lends) hi- pruhod to tho bottom an I found to be full
*f truth.
Wo will give
which
llio
ulrotl* I
,o A M m .° C »? n h r
with CliroH
■P
Ht.. Brooklyn
flrookiyn-Sc
Bt., Brooklyn
d
1*1 Y *
" •
ro Bhrumatio
rl
liant Dg«, :
Gc
mud
17 B:
0
fly
Chroiiio
ilr. II
-Srlntlca Rh'
ii
, Brooklyn
- tlOuO la
a.-, nrtxti!
ibrldge Tl.. B
8 y
«JHIl
d
Ubcuma
Ncvln, 451 Third A
iVyl'n l- *5® h«*
nui Chiuuio
limn 4
ti
D fflPftirtn
Rlieumutism
Mr*. Wlllb
e and Chn
. pis 24ih St., Brooklyn
yihi
New V
-tty
N
by I
' yu
Yui k— Chronic,
144 W
Mr. Ill«
>
Wnod, 104 South Bl„ New York—Chronic
ilc Rbeu
Bb<
Av. New York—Chr
II
Mr. Ab
J »!
<1
»klond At., Jeracy Clly-Chronlo
Judge *
Uheuwatl
iy
nyolh'-rt cured by
und Ki-lui y ll.aoic
tit ion. or writ* u*
The I
Dy«|«<p4
.
Elinor«-, AdniiiH & Clo.,96 AI land Ic Av.,
Ilruoklyu« and 103 William 8t>, N« Y«t\
As
be
it
CLOTHm.
A
THE SWELL.
Our immense stock of
Clothing comprises goods suit
able for all classes. The Clergy
man, the Business Man, yes,
even the "Swell Young Man"
will here find things suited to
his taste.
Fine
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
■epilSgAQ-ft!
UUAJL.
gOMETilING NEW.
Connellsvillc Coke!
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stovi,
Small Stoye,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite sizes, 17.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST 1
NO ASII !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
heat INTENSE I TRY it I
Ciias. Warner & Co.
I
Market Street Wharf.
-100
I
AM NOW PREPARED TO DEUVE1
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
•SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY Ubl
—AT TO®—
AT THE LOWEST MAHKET RATES !
All coal well screened ;
put la cellar«.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFF ICE A Y AHO, FOOT OF FOUHTH ST.
«^Telephonic communication with all parts
of the city. augil
^jTII POPULAR
MONTHLY DBA YTIS» OF TM
Distribution Co.
ln tl»e city of LOUISVILLE, on
Thursday, November 30th '82.
Thcse drawings occur monthly under provisions
net of the General A »sei« hi y of Koatusky.
The United State* flrcnit foart oa March M
dered the following declsloa :
First—That the foium ou wealth Dlstrlbntloa
Com puny 1* legal.
Second—Its «1 rawing*
Thc Company has now
fund. Road carefully the list
of
fair.
hand a largo re#c
of prize* of Iti«
NOVEMBER DRAWING.
m
1 Prize.
5
1 Prize...
1 Prize.
10 Prlzcs. 1,000 each
20 " 800 "
l
1W " .
so ;; .
too " Appro* iraadem
900 "
M0 •* **
60»
100
il:
00 »
1,000
1700
I
. «*«0
,960 Prizes.
WHOLE TICKETS, |f. IALF IS OK
27 Tickets, 9»; U i'ltfkat«, *M.
Ihunlt Money or Rank Draft la I^Mar, or tend
hy Express. f>«>n'tscad by ■ogUtcrvd L ti or or
post »Mllcc Order. Orden •( fs sad apward bv
K Tr C Æ H." H. Äir* '
£an! , '& mS A'»'v&k
91 .
DAILÏÏ AND WEEKLYOAtETTE.
-TIIE
DAILY GAZETTE,
15
it
—UN DER—
New Management,
—W ITU—
New Features.
The Only Democratic
Daily in the
State !
FIJI J, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Reports by Telegraph.
ALL TIIE
LOCAL NEWS
A LIVE PAPER
For "LIVE" People!
ONE
Only One Cent,
CENT,
-OR
Six Cents per Week.
Twenty-five Cents per Month.
(SERVED BY
CARRIER# IN AI*. PARTS OF THE CITY.
By Mail, Postage Paid:
One year, $3.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.55 in advance.
Three months, 80c in advance.
-the
I
DELAWARE GAZETTE
( WEEKLY. )
A Paper for the Whole
Peninsula.
THE FAUMEP.S' FAVORITE JOURNAL.
CROWDED WITH LOCAL AND
TELEUPAFIIIC NEWS.
!
The Cheapest Paper
Published in the
State.
A First-class Advertising
Medium for (hose who desire
specially to reach the Agricul
tural Classes.
Terms•
One year, $2.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.10 in advance.
Three months,,60c in advance.
»
ADDRESS:
BELL & TAYLOR,
NO.
KING STREET
502
»
» LM1NGTON, DF
LIQUOR DEALERS.
jsJOMETilUÎu NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
John F. Beta A Bon'«, Celebrated Llehotschaner
Hohem lan Lager Heer, Hot tied by
JNO. MULROONEY,
601 & 508 TATNALL STREET. (North
west cor. Fifth and Tatnall,) Wilmington,
Del.
Also «ôte agent for John Gardiner A Co.*« Con
Unental Hrewory ale and porter, brown stout and
Old stock ales. m V 3-20
15
TOIIN P. DONAHOR,
O —BOTTLER OF
AND SOLE AGENT OK WILLIAM
A OO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartholomay Rec* ester Beer,
fhe brewings are unequalled lor aurlty and
flavor: constantly on band In logs or
bottled. Mineral waters In all
the dllferent flavors.
MASSEY
57 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
d accommodating drivers. Orders
»mntly attended to. II
e Telephone
A»" Poll tc
iiy malt pr<
-cd with tb«
_ e 1» »bio conuec
Kxcltunge. and hU blgual
I myl-18
— -%*
W K HOLD IN STORE AND IN V. 8.
HONDKD WAKF.1IOVHK» pure rju
tlîîe k*!" frolu ***« following celebrated dis
A. Overbolt A Co., Jannnry 1879 tin
A. Guukeuhclinor A Bro., May 1879. •
John GIInmni. Hon A Co May l*T9 and June W80.
Haunts Distilling Co., August 1879.
bherwood, November 1*7« and J
Nevernlnk ( Heading, Pa., ) Februar*, ij£Q.
Mt. Vernon, May, lfflO.
d June 1880.
um.
The above
tax paid at
may bo r —
tosda will be sold either In bond or
thy lowuat market rates. {Samples
at this a Lora.
NO. 10ft MARKET STREBT.
my5-2D
FRANCIS KELLY * CO.
QUA NOB GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—I* FACT—
THE runFSTyBlCDEÄT^N^D BEST RYE
By the gahi
bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
?
Uniform tn
quality
Ahsolutelypure rye.
li h
nl (k-llcateln flavor.
A
and safe tonic.
la.n t
A reliable stf_
3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8TS.
mv5-ly-25
HISftLE Ll&J(fe |
UwSxM TA KXRS.
JOHNSON & BARNHILlT
Furnishing Undertakers,
S. W. COR. TENTH & MARKET, STS.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Residences :
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson st.
sep20-mwf*ly-14
G. T. BARNHILL,
23d and Tatnul sts.
JAMES McKENNA,
Furnishing Undertaker.
I
NO. KÏ! WEST SECOND STREET.
WlLMIXOTOK. DELAWAHK. 6-1-6-21"
Q.REEN & BRO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
Office—Southeast Cohneti Fifth and Oh
ANOE STREETS.
Residences s
P. J. GKKFsN, 1115 West Third street.
J. F. G KEEN, 703 Madison stri ct.
JJ-Taylor'« latest Improved corpse greserrvi
^ QR. y
DYES
4
mt
BEFORE—AND — AFTER
Electric Appliance, are «en, on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
«^Buffcrin^ from Nervous Dkuiuty,
WK
Viuon, Wastin'? W£akkp:hsuh, and all Utoi«;
of u Personal Nature resulting Ai
Otiirh Causes. 8poody relief und eornpl
ration of llKALTn.V luoannd Manhood ci
The grandest discovery of tho Nino.tuunth CV
Bend atonco for Illuatratod Pamphlet free. AdilrtM*)
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL. MICH.
uh and
ry.
;
AGEMTS! A«EVTS! AGENTS!
For GEN. DODGE'S bran' new book, entitled
Thirty- Three
Years Among
OUR WILD INDIANS I
ktruorevonl of the AiiUmr. Thirty- }',
■ ■ .
umg our Indians. With
abL Inti eduction
By Gen. Sherman.
w work wm at
ihscrlbed for by 1'resident
Arthur a»J entire Cabinet, and by Gen. .Sfici
Grant, Gen. Shcridm, Gen. I/an
inent Men. Gks. Gra
Indian I.iJB
■ays -.—"It it a book of imrn
tic account ot our Indians
Ing their "Inner life,"
replete with thrilling experiun
mou« Scouts, Trappern, Cow-hoy*, Miner*. Bonier Rufllon*.
•tc.vivldiy portraying Life In tho Gr«mt West a* it now is.
. With Steel Engravings and Superb
Chromo-Lithograph Plates In 1ft colors, from
mode by thc U. 8. Govern men f rxj>rrMly/or lhi
an, Gen.
1. and thou *<
t ays:--"/I is
ttcn. ' Bishop Wiley (Methodist)
ente value." It is thcon-'i/uuthen
eal
\c bat book
rcr published, f ully
doings, exploits,
of tho Author.
(
. It i*
d of fa
48d thousand in j
photograph*
AGENTS! This grand book is now outraclling all
other* 10 to 1. No eompetiti
orders a day. Wu want 1000
Agent* average 10 to SO
j£x
clutire Territory and Sjtecial Term» civen. Our large circu
lar* with full particular* tent free. A lino Specimen Plato
aent In mb!iti
for a S
r.tamp. Address tho *olo pub *.
A. D. WORTHINGTON ft CO., Hartford, Cos*.
s< p2.V4fitd
W
ILMINüTON color works.
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
—AND—
SOLUABLE BLUE FOR TOE LAUNERÏ
—AT—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Tliird St
»
Llehotschaner
(North
Wilmington,
Co.*« Con
stout and
m V 3-20
MBS V ML LAN KO US.
REMOVAL!
From S. W. Cor. to N. E Cor. Fifth and King
WHERE WE HAVE OFENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Wareroom Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS,
Stout,
Beer,
and
or
MASSEY
Ever offered iu Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from
tie newest designs and st the lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & RRO.
— ■ . . - _ — _ ___ oetT-s^-tr
CHEAP JOHN AGAIN
STREET,
Orders
conuec
hU blgual
myl-18
It will pay parties purchasing TIN or CROCKERY, of
any description, to give him a call and prove to your own
satisfaction that he soils from 20 to 50 per cent, less than
any house in town. Sales in the evening.
V. 8.
pure rju
dis

June W80.
ij£Q.
June 1880.
416 MARKET STREET.
<t2fr-3m
bond or
{Samples
the
GRAND" FIRE PLACE HEATER.
Li
Perfect In its operation«, llnlshed in the best manner, easily regulated,
economical and a powerful heater, very heavy and durable. It
Is a FIRST-CLASS HEATER in every resix-et.
* CO.
HENRY F. PICKLES
RYE
CALEK IN—
Stoves, Heaters,
?
flavor.
Ranges, &c
Nos. 7 & 9 E. Fourth:St.,
tonic.
8TS.
mv5-ly-25
WILMINGTON, DEL.'' ->
/»•Prompt attention paid to
Mers hr
04t21-Im-42
S. JNT. ANDERSON,
511 MARKET ST., (Morning News Building.)
FINE TAPER HANGING and WINDOW SHADES.
1,1 9t<>ok ' ,vn 1 ' i w,t *» lncrease«l lacllUles, pi rk-ctcil during the
hummer, at in a*,lc to rlialk-nge uoiiipailHoii Inun any part, especial.v In so i'ar ns Him
tin uiLmnlbf^niv I i >,,r f f .i I 1 " eh °»p«* r Korn!» Is large nu. I vnrleil, aiid selerted with
InteHnr t n, Y M '* V ,,l, ' ,,slln ^ Us wlt, ' decorating the
lnicnor ortneir reslnenecs an well n* those who Mlmplv want a kitchen or hiiiuII
papered, will And that the same rare and attention 1 b rigidly enf«. reell In all îlaüïS! dfwork
moderate as idluhle goods und |M-rr«-<-t execution will warrant.
deeoratl
r prices
HENRY GUERIN, Manager.
_6,22-2 w-at,j
-20
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
STS.,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COR. SECOND AND KING STREETS ; ICE HOUSE
ANI) COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE.
BRANCH OFFICE AND DEPOT, Fourth and Poplar streets, aud No. 20» West Eighth street.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE:
5 pounds dally.49 cents per week | 16 pounds «tally.
8 Pounds dally.56 cent* per week 20 pounds dally.
12 pounds dally.70 cents fier week | 25 pounds dally.
sts.
84 cents per
96 cents per
*i.u
80 POUNDS AND OVKR AT THE RATE OF SO cents per 100 pounds.
."CFio least neglect or Incivility on the part of a driver should lie made known at the ofHcc atd
;r. K . î-Ü 11 eeeetve prompt attention. We keep consUntly on hand a CHOICE SELECTION O
t O AI. from the most popular mines, which we deliver In cellars free of churse, where shute wareul
can be used. aprso-ao
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware tor
6-1-6-21"
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne Wine,
Oh
PRICE LIST.
Por Case 12
Its.
S7.00
*.S.U0
do
*t8.
greserrvi
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 CftfiCB
10 Case«
25 Cases
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
15 iH*r cent.
IMPORTED
BELFAST OINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY' WEST CIGARS.
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
Wall Papers,'Window Shades,China,Lamps & Glassware
-Tlic reliable place to get any of the above goods is
E. C. G. GREENMAN & CO,
NO. 411 MARKET STREET, WIL., DEL.
Trial,
OLD,
Where you c
E. C. O. GREENMAN.
aD
ys get ftrst-class goods at reasonable prices. Wc cordially Invite you to call.
GEORGE W.
Mt , wJMt»ltn»il
and
Special Announcement!
Special Announcement 1
ry.
Saiiiiiel Lees,
Nos. 3, 6, 7 and 9 N. Second Street, (above Market) Philad a,
offers great inducements In
BLADK SILKS, CASHMERES, DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINENS, MUSLINS,
GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC.
STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIRD AT LOWEST JOBBING KATES.
I
SAMUEL LEES,
NOS. S, 5, 7 and 9 NORTH SECOND STREET and NORTHEAST CORN KR EIGHTH and SPRING
GARDEN STREETS, PHILADELPHIA.
.
04*127
American Watch and Clock Depot,
No. 11 North Second Street, (above Market) Philadelphia.
is.
Superb
Gen.
eal
A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND SMALL PRICES.
*#"Look at some of the prie*« :
lies' Solt»l Gobi American Lover
Watches,
Watches,
Unc-duj flocks, 91.00 np.
- |22 00
80 (A)
- 12 00
(
did Gold A merle
Ladles' Solid Gold Watches as 1
It i*
fa
Eight-day walnut Clocks, 93.00 up.
han<i of of solid gnh
A large stock
plate«! ware, opera glasses
d best rolled plated
d spectacle*. Repairing of all kin
d chains. Solid sliver and
lone in a skillful trainier.
dry
all
8. riCARD, No. 11 NORTH SECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
. — Fverv article warrante«!
noyiq-ijrw_
SO
FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
FERTILIZERS
FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
[ JP^ 'Onc of thc best Fertilizers ever used in New
Castle county. For facts ol the case inquire of
Samuel llanby. Norris Talley, Curtis C. Ilanby, T. S.
Robinson, Charles Talley, C. M. Talley and others.
SCOTT & SON, General Agents,
Ward P. O., Concord Station, Balto. Central R. It
J, M. HINKSON, Traveling Agent.
j£x
circu
Plato
*.
A.
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