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Mono with THE WtuiiMQTo. Telethoh. Ex
OS 7 A. M.
(Established in 1784.)
BELL Sc TAYLOR,
Xditobs and Pruusai
Dsuvtftto sv Carrivn« in
RART Of THt City
, CSNTS MR W»f*, OR TwENTr-FlV* CENTS MR
Month, Pavanlk to the Reoular Authorized
Collector, and to no other,
. . $3 00
On« Year, . . .
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t m«u Months,
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WILMNUTOX, THURSDAY. NOV. 2.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
CHARI E3 C. 8TOCKLET,
ol Sussex County.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS,
CHARLES B. LORE,
Of New Castle County.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR STATE SENATORS,
DR. 8WITHIN CHANDLER.
ALEXANDER B. COOPER.
HENRY M. BARLOW.
GEOUCiE U. BATES.
ROBERT C. JUSTIS.
ALBERT N. SUTTON.
william a. comers.
DR. JAMES V. CRAWFORD.
FOR LEVY COURT COMMISSIONERS,
EDMUND HAMAN, Mill Creek Hundred.
«••DIN T. CHE A 1RS, Red Lion Huudred.
J AM K3 H. MACKEY,White Clay Creek Hd.
hBRICK F. SII ALLCROSS, St. George's Hd.
•1AM/5S T. TAYLOR, Appoquirdmink Hd.
hwKGE C. ROTH WELL, Blackbird Hd.
PURNAL J. LYNCH.
FRANK E. SMITH.
Intimidation und Fraud.
It is a notorious fact that without the
shadow of foundation fjr such
claim, many Republican party workers are
declaring that the Republican ticket will
have a majority of from eight hundred to
one thousand in the city of Wilmington
Tuesday next. There is no such majority
lu the city on an honest vote ;
In fact, It Is doubtful if there is
imy Republican majority at all, os the city
is very close, politically, and has been for
years. Therefore, it will be impossible lor
the Republican party to obtain any consider
able majority here without recourse to gross
intimidation by means of special policemen
and dept^y marshals, and to glaring, un
We therefore call upon all Democratic and
independent citizens to carefully watch the
jhjIIs on the day of election, and note every
ease of intimidation and fraudulent voting
that may occur, taking care to observe time,
circumstances and the names of cor
The Gazette will cheerfully aid in this
work, and publish all such instances the day
after the election,so that if intimidation and
fraud are resorted to i
will of the people, the
may be ready to lay before the Board of
Canvass when it meets to determine the
order to defeat the
vldonec of the same
A Democratic Board of Canvass has
already shown that it
termine the result of uu election adverse to
its political Inclinations, even to the extent
of correcting the errors of Ignorant Repub
lican Inspectors, sullleient in themselves to
vitiate the election of a part, If not all, or
their ticket. But at the same time It will
dll honestly de
stand reaily to protect the peuple against
I intimidation, ami
eeure to them,
" a free ballot and a luir count," regardless
of the result.
Remember to note every case of intltni
otber act of illegality or apparent
illegality. Observe carefully the place, the
hour of the »lay, the names of the guilty
parties, or their personal appet
ranee if their
are unknown to you ; take
the name of every wit
to the occurrence und note
4*vefy corroborating circumstance as far as
possible. For it is only in this way that you
can successfully stein the tide of fraud
■which the Republican leaders are
boasting will carry thei
Victory on the seventh ol Novel
Condon, the hireling
who was to b»4hs the grand
f Don Cameron,
delivering thirty thousand Land League
votes to the bosses' ticket Pe
been in Wilmington
to secure the votes of some of
zens for Boss Harrington's nominees. It is
hardly necessary to advise our friends to
give Condon the cold shoulder without
delay. He is a mere tool in the employ of
Cameron und would sell out their most
sacred rights for th»; money »>f the bosses
■without the slightest compunction.
Treue has hern u coneidcrable dearth of
high tariff literature in the editorial columns
of the morning organ since the Gazkttve's
startling exposure of the fact that its New
York editor was not only an arrant free
trader in his private views, but a leading
official and member in high standing of the
"New York Free Trade Club."
complete exposure of rank hypocrisy and
false pretensions wu« never before known in
the history of Wilmington journulUm.
Thb Democratic campaign
another grand "boom" last night by a
series of highly successful
are fully reported in to-day's paper.
For Home Markets Only.
Congressman Martin, last evening, de
uounced In strong and appropriate terms,
the narrow, prejudiced remark of Candidate
Hastings, that home markets were sufficient
for home industries, and showed how de*
structlve a practical enforcement of his 11"
logical view would prove to the agricultural
and mechanical industries of this city and
Peninsula. Adopt Candidate Hastings' sug
gestion and our farmers would have to feed
their grain crops to their stock,while hundreds
of mechanics In this city who have earned
many thousands of dollars from foreign
contracts, would be compelled to walk the
the streets, seeking vainly for work. Close
the markets of the world and the vast
. ... «... . , .
*)eroal production« of thi. country would
rot in the ground, while the wheel, the
spindle, the anvil and ths forge would be idle
three-fourths of the time. Mr. Hastings
evidently forgets that this Is a great country,
surpassing all others In the extent and va
riety of its productions, and possessing un
bounded resources for supplying the wauts
of every civilized community under the sun.
He would vote to make it »petty little king
dom, with its doors closed to import and
export, vud tl-i surplus pro
ducts wasting and rotting for
the want of a market. Here is liberality
and progress, with a vengeance, coupled
with a "protection to American industry"
that would send American mechanics to do
struetton and their families to the poor
house. It would place every man fortunate
enough to secure work tn the power of his
employer, and a demaud for increased
wuges would never be raised In the laud.
This Is not a beautiful picture for our
hard-working people to contemplate, but
they must remember that it is thfi roseate
future that Mr. Hastings spreads before
them and asks them to enter upon. A vote
for Mr. Hastings Is a vote for home markets
and starvation. A vote for the Democratic
ticket is lor increased prosperity through
the consuming markets of the world. Let
the voters take their choice.
" TnE ma n who was chairman of the FI
" nance Committee of the Democratic City
" Council," as the morning organ puts It,
will cheerfully,and without any Inducement,
divulge the fact that the School Board
money used by the City Council
was honestly expended for city pur
poses, and that every dollar
is openly accounted for on the books
of the city, without the slightest attempt at
concealment. There is still another case of
the use of School Board money by the City
Council, however, which happened while
the Republicans were in power, and
bas never been explained to this
day. It was the surruptitious use
of th« proceeds of $18,000 worth of
school bonds, which was not discovered un
til a Democratic Council was elected, and
w hat became of the money the Lord only
knows. It was a noteworthy fact,
however, that close upon the
heels of this theft oamc two Street De
partment weekly pay rolls amounting to
over 9700 and 91,500 respectively. The man
who was then chairman of the Finance Com
mittee afterwards left the city under the cover
of night, leaving numerous creditors behind
him, und it would be more In order for a
Council Committee to be seut after him In
order to learn what became of this money,
so mysteriously stolon during his adminis
tration ol the financial affairs of the city.
From the positive manner in which
the stupidwaaard about Major Biggs' Sus
sex speech fell flat upon the public mind It
might be supposed that the Republican or
guns would be only too glad to drop the
subject, but with unparalleled stupidity
they persist in repeating the silly story,
though disregarding every challenge to pro
duce the slightest degree of proof to sus
reckless assertions* Even
Biggs not deemed It ne
cessary to deny the charge over Ids
own signature, his previous political
record would be sufficient for his ample vin
dication. For years ho was an ardent mem
ber of the old Whig party, but when that
party allowed itself to bo swept into the
fanatical tide of ''Know Nothlngism" his
liberal sentiments revolted and he allied
himself with the Democratic party, where
he has been found in the foremost rank ever
since. This of Itself is sufficient to disprove
the ridiculous charge made against 1dm by
the morning organ's anonymous scribbler
Tue oehman citizens of Wilmington
held a fine meeting In Institute Hall, last
evening, and were ubly addrciscd by I.oul*
Schade, Esq., of Washington. Our young
Irieud John K. Bradford, Esq., al.o created
u favorable Impression by delivering a stir
ring speech In German, no will probably
address another meeting
The one "dead certainty" above all
others of this election Ih that Frank Smith
will he elected Coroner. He in Kuch
ble inau for the position, and so superior in
all respects to his incompetent Republican
competitor, that he will run largely ahead
of his ticket. The people want a good Cor
oner, und they will certainly secure 0110 by
electing Mr. Smith,
A NUMBER of split tickets, with the
names of the Democratic cnujhlutee Incor
rectly spelled, bavo been circulated In the
lower part of the county. Votera ahould
be on their gnard against them.
.an k try's IL-unty.
"Shall we lie disappointed in Mrs. Lang
try'n beauty Î"
Mme. Modjeska'a "No" came first. She
'Mrs. Langtry 1» a beautiful
woman when her face la In repose. She
lias beautiful Lair and eyei and nose
a beautiful mouth," Interpo
lated the second speaker, for Mme. Mod
Ji'ska was In the midst of a company of
actors. "Her mouth is coarse, out of har
mony with the rest of the face, and is it«
most expressive feature, unhappily. Then
Americans like much facial expression, and
Mrs. Langtry has not mobile features. Her
beauty Is of the statuesque ortler. The
head is fine and exquisitely poised on the
"I eall her a flesh and blood beauty, in
stead of sculpturesque," said the third
speaker, enthusiastically. "She has perfect
health. 8hc always looks as fresh and
sweet as though Just from sleep and a bath.
The exquisite coloring of skin, hair and
; make her chief charm.
C atching It All Around.
Richard Harrington, the man whom Mr.
Blaine implores to "save Delaware," is still
under indictment for complicity iu a
bery. Those ure the kind of me
running the party in many parts of the
That UuNband of Mine
Is three times the
ean using "Wells' Health Rwnewer. 91
he was before he be
. THE NEW TORR TRAGEDY. *
The Coroner's Jury Decides That Mrs.
Sejoln Was Temporarily Insane.
New York, Nov. 1.—The coroner's in
fluât upon «he bodies of Mrs. Margaret
Béguin and her three children developed the
facts that Mr*. Seguin for some time before
she killed her children and herself had been
very melancholy, und had acted strangely.
Just boforc the tragedy occurred she sent
the nurse and hall-boy out of the house upon
errands. The children were shot each In
the left temple, and Mrs. Seguin In her
right temple. After hearing the
the Jury rendered a verdict that the murders
and suicide were committed by Mrs. Seguin
while her mind was temporarily deranged.
Mr. Seguin Is seriously 111 at the Fifth Ave
ROBENON'S NEW HOCHE.
Folltfeal Capital Being Made From the
Washington, Nov. 1.—'There was sent
last night, by the Democratic Congressional
Campaign Committee, to the local Demo
cratic committee In the First district of
New Jersey, a number of photographs of
ex-Secretary Robeson's new bouse, in this
city, showing It from one side and In front.
It appears that the Democrats are fighting
Robeson because, as they allege, he left
Camden a poor man. and on the salary of a
Cabinet officer (98,000 a year) he has
to be rated at least uh a millionaire,
moernts will present this
deuce to the ex-Secretary as
that a windfall came from some quarter.
John Lyle King has announced himself
as an Independent candidate fer Congress
In the First district of Illinois—the
South Division of Chicago.
Legislature of Tennessee met yester
day in Chattanooga. James S. Boyntou
wss elected President of the Senate and
Louis Garrard Speaker of the House.
The deadlock In the Republican Congres
sional Convention of the Sixteenth Penn
sylvania district was ended yesterday by the
nomination of W. W. Brown of McKean
James McDadt has declined the nomina
tion of the Labor party for Congressman in
tbo Twelfth Pennsylvania district. This
leaves only three candidate« In the field lu
8. M. Roane, Independent Congressional
candidate in the Fourth district of Missis
sippi, has withdraw! from the eanvais, ad
vlnlng his friends W vote for General Griffin,
the Greenbacker. H. DcSoto Money, pres
ent Congressman for the district, Is the
TUB LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
Strawriudge «t Clothibr,
Drat.rrs in Dht Goods Exclusively,
Eighth and Markrt Stkhbth.
nearly for Fall Dnslnem.
Our fall stock of hat« and caps now tn
store. The most elegant stock of Derby
hats we ever had made up. Prices as usual,
the lowest in the city. K. II. Ruraford &
Bro., No. 404 Market itreet.
MONDAY EVE'G, OCT. 3, '82,
No. 4, Masonic Temple, Persons wVsli ng
on will apply to
DR, HAM'I. W. MITRPIIY.
ritOK. J. JACKSON PIERCE.
*e p24-8t-l 4
PMI». A Huit. Central B
I» 2Î miles we
(bourses of Study—English, llusln«^«, Scientific
and (Taasleal ; a thorough Chemical depsrtmeut.
Superior opportunities offered to young
am! boys to prepare for the best American col
Degrees are conferred by anthorttv of the Leg
of Pennsylvania upon young ladles
taking a full course.
Heading taught by a Qrst-clas« elocutionist.
Penmanship by a professor—master of the
beauties of the art.
Private Instruction given to those whose cr
eation ban been neglected,
ment fur little boys. Twelve instructions.
J. HHORTLlDGF.fYsle College), A. M., Prin
cipal, Concord?Ille, D«*l., Co., Pa,
ini i" ouoim.
is quite complete find includes
some especially good bargains.
Among the rest our 26-inch
Black Velveteens at $1
yard is meeting with
opened on Monday a line of
the newest and most desirable
effects in Gimps and Braids in
black and colors for Dress
Trimmings, and invite the at
tention of the ladies (whether
purchasers or not) to
spection of their good qualitie
C. A. SPENCER
700 Market Street.
Doe»alamo back c
.. . diaordered urine lndi
giat. reooramend It)and i, will.T>««dil T
aome th. dlaoaa. acd r..lor. ha^3?VoUon.
ft. 2| G 1 Qg For oomplointa pooulior
■ to jour «ex, «uohoeualn
o P»")», all .pMdlljr yield to lu eurau.V^wOT
* «■ SOLD BY ALL
Jony WA NAMAKKWS.
One shawl we'd like one sort
of people to see ; people who
judge everything by price or
place ; people that can hardly
be got to look at any
thing out of London or Paris,
unless an 'extravagant price is
on it. There are a few such
people in Philadelphia. Some
of them happen to glance at
an advertisement now and
then; not to buy of us; of
course—they only buy kitchen
furniture and carpet-tacks here;
but to see what's going on; the
news—everybody reads the
Will Miss Flora McFlimsey
be so gracions as to look at
that shawl 1 That paiticular
shawl is so clear a case of
splendid, extraordinary, won
derful embroidery, that neither
price nor place, nor both
together, can spoil it. It
may be the finest piece of
India needle-work in the city,
though there's many à shawl
in Philadelphia that cost the
fair owner two or three thou
sand dollars. [We didn't say
anything about the fair seller.
We're not going to say that, it
isn't fair to charge enough lor
things to satisfy Miss Flora that
the things are nice. We're
not going to say anything
about our neighbors anyway.
We're talkiug about shawls.]
Is there another so large, so
light, so fine, so equal, so even,
so gentle, so quiet, and yet so
glorious from center to very
fringe, with one continuous,
perfect and increasing bla/.e of
splendor 1 But it cost so little,
that we really can't charge
more than $1,000 for it. If
we wer« not afraid Miss Flora'd
buy it, we might mark it
$3,000 or $4,000, just to
humor these people. But sup
pose then it should get out that
that the shawl cost us only
$9.50; what'd become of our
standing with the other people,
who trade with us because
they believe that we sell every
thing for the barest fraction
over cost 1 We're going to
stick to these latter people;
there are so many of
'em. $1,000 for the shawl!
The other thousands shall not
tempt us !
1308 Clic.stuut, Hccoud'floor.
These arc among the new
books since our last :
d Nature In Italy.
run w m 8«»utb Kensington. M. D.
Uniwlt, K h, llück and White. Solan
\\ . Carter. 16mo. board»
Nobody. Husnn Warner. 12mo
Doctor Zny. K
FnuRtlnc; '•Uita." i2mo
L 1'beips. I2in«>
prr. Leisure Hour
Stories il. W. Mahle. 12mo
ll«T Crime. So Name Serie».
Democracy. New edition.
C. Ilall. lfimi,
Tnr.OI.OUY AND RELIGION.
H. B. Holland.
8 Wmo° f Powl:r - Alexander Maclarcu
Science »id Sentiment. Noah Porter
My Portfolio. A. l'lielp».
\\ alker. Illiiio.
HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY AND TRAVEL.
y of the
i 1 » Treaty. Charte» B. Keyaer.
of the Christian Church, rol
Phmp 8 et:?." n 8v d „ r '-''' , " !j
H Rayard Turk'iTm* 11 '' roM «letton.
* I fuïhG»' f 1 12ni l< i l M'aqmlllan. Tlios.
Life of Major "eneralTbomaa. T. B.
John R»ndoli ,| i. Ilenry Adam». Vol
l«mo Alncr ' c " n Htaussmen Holies.
<1 urihi; Arabian Night». W. P.
•Mg. N«*w «Miltion, »mall Svo
Grli\l tH< ' rmt NKtlü,, • W. K.
Book News for November
will be out tire last of the
week; larger than" heretofore.
Monthly; 25 cents ,a year;
specimen copy free. It is our
of telling all we
find out about new books. If
it is well edited, it is useful; if
what people think of it. Only
three months old.
We don't know
» ... J0HN WANAMAKER,
North or lhlrtv«ntb-strMt eu trance.
TtiljrUHnth and Market «truet«,
and City-ball «quoi a. PbtladdyUla.
ft A IT. JtO A D LINKS.
X KINGTON and
OCTOBER, 9th, 1M2.
Trains will leave Wilmington as follows for t
Philadelphia and Intermediate sUtlona-4.86,7.HK
10.®, a. m. 2.10, 4.00, 7.60, 9.56, p. m.
New York-tOO, 2,2* 6.60, ,55. .56. ll.M s. m.
*12.66, 1.88, 2.60, sTlV, A K, 7.28. p. in.
Baltimore and Intermediate stations—I.OS, 6.17
10.00 a.m. 8.00 p.m.
Baltimore and Bar Line-8.87 p. tn.
Baltimore and Washington—1.42,
a. rn. 1.00, *1.08, 5.00, 6.87, 11.04
Baltimore only—1.08, 10.00 a. m. 12.28 and
Trains for Delaware Division leave for:
New Castle-8.00, 9.10 a. m. 1.06, 1.00, «.26 p. m
Harrington and Intermediate stations— S. M) a. m
8.26 p. in.
Delinar and Intermediate statlone-0.10 a. m.
1.06 p. m.
4.61, 1.06 9.17
1 . 0 *.
Philadelphia and Intermediate suttons-S. 10a.m.
12.00 m. 6.60i 7.30, 9.66, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York—2.00, 2.28 a. m. 6.17,
6.16, 7.26 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington— 1.42, 4.61, 6.06t 9.17,
a. in. 11.04 p. tn.
Baltimore—1.06 a. in.
For further Information pasaetifers are re
ferred to the time table» poeted at the depot.
49-Tralns marked thus: (*)
upou which extra fare 1« charged.
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agt.
CHAS. K. PUG1I, Ornerai Manager.
£JHANGE OF TIME !
FOR PHILADELPHIA AT 7 A. M.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY.
DOT. aoTll, THE STEAMER
SAMUEL M. FELTON
will leave French utrcvt wharf at 7.00 a. m.,llook
at 7.30 a. tn. ami Cluster
8. 10 a.
turning leaven PhllailelphU at 2.®
Fare fTom Wilmington, 16 «•»
tickets 25 cent«. Fr»
cxcur»lon tickets. 16 ci iiIh. Ticket» will be »«
the boat good to retu
u p, m.
. 10 cents ;
by tbel»..W.A M.R.R.
rains onlv, to ( liostcr, 35
cents; I.ltiwood iHook>, 40 cent*; Wilmington,
J-OR NEW TORE.
Electric Line ot Steamers
8.IL from King .tret* wharf, WllmluRtoD,
»I from Pier 14,
at 2 o'clock, p. m.. and
East Hiver, Ni
and FUI DAYS,
at 4 o'clock, p. m. Kn ight carried as low
a* by au y other line. For rale«
» A ?i?h*Ä&u 0 TA.. M . öol,lh New York;
E. ANDHkWS. \V lliulugtou. iHd. 6-22-tf-20
UNITED STATES MAIL HT RAM EUS
NEW YORK and GLASGOW, via LONDON
Cabin Passage, 9110 to f*>. Returns fUO to fl40
Second Cabin,|40. Return Tick» !», |75.
Cabin passengers ..
at low rate«
• unexcelled. AI
tier many, I Uly
sl rate* to __ _
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
For books of' 'Tours In Scotland, "rate«,plana
Ac. app!y to If KN DKKHON HR*iVll KltJ, N«Î
wiïmlniE.n * * MfcrT8> A,ta,,, •
KIN AN VIAL -
r J 1 IIE ARTIZANS SAVING BANK.
NO. 602 MARKET STREET,
IWCOItrORATKD .JANUARY 24TII, 1681.
•lye deposits from9 a. m. until 4 p. m.
1 ucHilav and Haturday evenliiKS
om » to 8 »»'cloca.
SEMI ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
5WJ , » r 'r mmde In April »nil October. Wt.cn
divMi-nil» are not withdrawn they are accounte»l
as »li poslt*. nuis p«*rumneut depusltseouipuund
their lulc-resl twice In e««*b year.
Open to :
Clement It. Smyth,
nisriPH W. HnwUml,
Nathaniel R. llenzou,
Henry F. Dure,
George W. Rush,
George H. Capelle,
M. L. Lichten nt4*ln,
•lob It. Jack»oii.
* William H. bwltt,
GKORGK W. B1JBH, President,
J* M. MATHER. Auditor.
XjURST NATIONAL BANK
RBresiTOHY OF TUB Public Money
THE UNITED STATES.
Edward Betts, President,
Geo. D Armstrong, Cashier.
PAID UP CAPITAL, 9500, UJ0.
I'hllwlKlnhlo, New York »ni Bo.ton Rirli.nm
fUrul.ho.l to rvdul.r ll. |H»llur» wltliuiit i l,»r*e.
IMjeount .Iliya, MON days »ud TlllUtaUAYM
Cleuimt 1*. Smyth,
George W. ilusb,
J<*hn 11. Adams,
. Kll Garrett.
Samuel Bancroft, Jr.
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OF70 CI!AMllKItSSTHEET, NKWYOBK,
NT! ft.'! 1 , „ 7' K 1 * r rorre.no
NKW SI A 1'k.UM In thu Unite«] 8U1
are now prepared to send their
11 dent« ot 40
PRIVATE FINANCIAL LETTER
from New York rlt
my (under white sealed
velope) to all
INVESTORS OR SPECULATORS,
who may ile.lre to receive weekly the late,
mruruiatluu concern lux lit.
lu the metropolis
HINTS and POINTS
concerning the probable rise
sto»'ks ; also advice
_ decline In
... . . — Investor»
and Capitalists concerning
8EOUBB and PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS.
eimnerlmb «""S*th?" "JiV" 1 ""
r,, F"I» r Ir by MONDAY nleht'a
"«ibTIVF WFÏÏil 0 |le '.iî #p VHIRTKEN «IV
UNiC DiLLAR .eM tÖ U * ofU *«
E. DE V. VERMONT h CO.,
7 « UUAMUEICt STREET. NEW YOnx.
R. R. ROBINSON & CO~
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
6.000 Delaware City 4>4 per cent.
»u,l draft» on Enîl.nd iL'iîï 1 Paru of the world
and Switzerland taued. ^""•'••Franoe^Germany
J"ust the Latest Styles
ow in the market
^^f Ready Made Clothing
W ill be found at Market &
"j^ceidedly the Largest Stock
~J~n the city to select from.
very Department is filled
J^por your inspection and
E ach suit is guaranteed
"VTobby Patterns for Boys
_LN and Men.
our best for the
O f tliis Department we need
R ich are the styles we offer
F or a Custom Suit to fit like
a stock unsurpassed, 2d
ut, trimmed and made
stylish and neat,
f fashion, the finest found
on our street.
TH-with lot us go, this
stock to view,
mako our selection from
ove witli the crowd, and
leave your measure,
A nd get a suit that gives
"Demembering "merit de
-1-Y mands recognition,
K lett, the cutter, first in the
E very garment must suit,
your favor to win,
his the î
reason we expect
S o give us a call, we boast
not in vain,
T he leaders of Styles i
li EALTl1 is ivkai.th
TRRÂ1 M Rst X Kitvp
ÿnvuhioîj S'oîvfi'u'' f " r 11 vm
■ion, Los* of MriiVi'ii , Mm
a«o, t v r , 1 V.V.i ".Vv" rv , fr"Ä ,u " rii
•vsr-i»d„, gen "j
^ I**"'' on. . a«.-' r.';
|M I* contains.
» ho*, or ni* I
on receipt of prïi
••"arMtcruJl' "T 11 - ■
- (, ne
*!* U '»H p
r |'KUa8E8 A SPECIALTY
K IS TUB I
».nt for ladle«. LADY
z. JAMES BE
SIXTH AND MAKKKT
IMscaiH* m an effect, not a can
within ; lu tnauir. Hitttlun» with
curt* the »Hm*»»« the «•
III no otlier way ran a
WARN RIPS HAKE K
KIDNK) A Mi
>0 |u*t till* prim
95 Pur Cent.
CUKE I* established
of all diseases an*e rr»i
liver, au*l It »trike» st m
cully. Tb»- «dam
dlreetly upon th««
of which It U
, »ii«l by placing th.
condition, drive «Him »;« an .
K««r the Innmiieratilt- Iroüt'ilu» ra
healthy Kidney. I.lvernnj I rlum
the dlstressing Disorder» of \\ mm n
»I t»»*l»i frimi ih
me ui»iret>»ing 1 Msonn-r» or \\.
«lid for phviilt'al (Icrniigi'iiien
r ;re*t reinc«ly li.t»noe«|u«l. I:.
For Sale by all dealers.
U. 11. WARNER 4
EVERY /PROF. MARSTON'S IE1
I and soqaaiQt him*-;r wit* 0 «
MAN |«M*1 IMjIIIIj, Scx**i l»r««y
j*tjl Al sh
BARHTON REELU Y CO., 1th Fulton St., S
j^DAMB AND BROTUER,
No. 504 Market Stree
Cash Variety St|
TOYS, DOLLS & MAl
LADIES' .1 «ESTI
BOOTS. SHOES & RUB3|
ULArtrtW A UK,
RAG, Il KM I'.
IN U BAIN AM»
STAIU < vurKT,
Si A 111 BO
Largest an«l ehenpe»t Une «»f I.
ry, Marts» Wagons, V«-l«»»-t|*« • ;. • .
rli-tli.li«, II., II,, I>„ll-ll.|,.,U-I.."I
Carriage». The largest, cheap' »>' 1
BABY CARRIAGES in tl
HARPER'S BAZAR ?ATT£!'H
It will pay you to call an»I »•xtni!R'' , ' ,jr
of goo»l«and prices befon* pur» ov-iin«. 1
TABLE, STAIR and FLOOR 0ILCL«
GUARANTEED FULL COl
IS SHEETS TO
»THAW WRAPPING,, ffij
count, should have 18 hlicetafin .«•*■ N
20 Quire» to each bundle.
n( >w bcln* *'
WThere I» much I)»I>Ç r 1
I* .li. i t« to the ,|iilrc,
• nut kn
12 .licet». 'I lie
minier, the |m|icr liebiK low
lliluk of Hie number
bundle. COUNT your
„(• nil ft-lb 111«) t' 1
tills braiel 1' 0
and take nothing cRe, , ....
teed to be FULL (Standard) couni
(H KAPER to Hie conmini r >Mn
paper, put up with LEWS sm* 1
Ask the firm yon buy of to JJjJ e u
RI N K M I LLH" W raJpInK. «J tliC m
else, a» tblu paper L tbecbcaptuc
Count, Quality, Weight &
deal with,then tr
to buy any paper
WoUaveJnMr«^,* 1 " 1 ""' 1
BRUSSELS, jn« E
-At»« a 1»*«'
DOW SHADES. ,
bargain 5 -^ 1 *
fatliim of -oldler. ""' . " . l
their ■ervlceart»' iMl
sÄrÄtt r »■
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