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s.vnTOX. Oct. 30.—The deapotlstn
'^' rimcron In Peim.ylvanlA drawa
<f #w *, t , , ri( | hi an IgnomliilouaOverthrow
w,r u i rh recovery 1« next to lmpoaslble.
t ?*sî'citrllol>csou cries out for help In
snd calls Keifer. who hud Just
N<* i, r bis own coiiatltncnts, to
rl rtlfieate oi character.
f 1 ' 1 ' "'liianlo Mitchell was recently rejected
bors WVV largely packed In lavor of
the Senate by the Northern
r .,ii road corporation.
f« 1 * pL, author and manager of the
„ „id llirbor steal, ll threatened with
Kepubllcan dlatrict; In Call
'»""'„„ar la Massachuaetl*, has taken
^ tin: possible election of Ben
« ^'^r üftl " 0Würld ' f
£ an should lie reallied.
•Ä Iler» alter «pending a motth In ra
Isni. tho Administration fences in Colo
l * W araiu had to abandon the Interior
nssruaeut to restore many broken rails,
jjj' UU W mountlug guard to prevent
*»!« KweO» Wlaconaln, has dislocated
JSsiaeblne*" badly that the ancient
SL" wil h all the Post Office engineers, hus
able to restore It to working onler.
«afmivreSilotml delegation in that »tute
In ucbably be reversed,
lis Chandler Is menaced with »crush In
V, Hampshire, notwlthsUndlng the navy,
fc money put there, and the prestige of a
foyi-t transformed Into a member of tho
lean
found au excuraloti to New
Old Mexico preferable to a »ojourn
_, r g (jiMifected conHtltuencjr in Ililuois,
nfavc l«»iu;ed for the opportunity to give
third tmucr a dose of hi* owu preacrlp
an
lou Wlmlom is shocked that hia millions,
■aired by economy In Congre«, and mul
Lj t,y srll-sacrlflees In tho Treasury,
a subjuct of publie discus
JTsnJ lie turns upon Dunuell, his com
tiior for the Senate, with tha Here« denuu
riinu uf a patriot about to lose a most
oduble place.
Bum Illibbell sees the pro«i)CCt In Mlehl
auiliruugh a glass darkly, and wonders
u lafatuatlon that may send Perry back
the Senate. Bat Hubbell has a source of
He handled the assessments.
d kf
DSOUIIVII.
Malimie finds his grasp on Virginia
abtiingdally, and demands of Hubbell
ilmusands, wllhatbrratof bolting un
,lVy are furnished quickly.
B.*L'lmrpenii!ng Ores well is denounced
Maryland
n\
a conspirator against the
■JoIcob in & fat ofllce, and,
keVanderbilt, Imlulges in profuuc adjcc
Tnajainst Ills accusers.
Bojb Keoirh In North Carolina accuses
irtbur and Gorham of having betrayed
the rauee'' into tho hands or a corrupt
klition, by which the old guard will lose
ie b>t ofliccs.
Birsl ttch in South Carolina parados the
iitois with which he killed Shannon
rruincnts for being sent to Congrcea by Rc
Éliran votes.
Vm t'balmcrs summoned Register Bruce
ikii aid iu Mississippi, as the represontu
btof tin 1 administration, to endorse his
'Fort Pillow" principles, and to assure the
rçr<»i*> that t!ic "Mississippi plan" was lh
rroudfor their benctit.
Bou IUwlcy defends the River and
Urbor stealers in Connecticut, and glories
s the «haine of his adopted State, brought
biUlbv Hcjiublican mal-administration.
Boksliarrinirton in Delawaro thrusts his
ulary tudictiuent before the country
* a Rsput iican platform, aud rallies Boss
Haim* tu its luj-jnirt.
Buss Harrison parades a regiment of rela
ivo> iii office, and tells the peoplo of In
liana that these are the Jewels lu the crown
if Republican rule.
AUlsoti points with pride to Ills
ceord »? a Credit Mobilier Jobber, and calls
ipon Iowa fur u Wadlcatlon on the 7th of
rtv. but lie
i
ovemoer.
KcJJogg invokes the Administration
come !.» hi» till in the contest for Con
V". with a menace that he will tell talcs
it of s bool, iu case of refusal, relating to
* fraud« in Louisiana.
JJ». Arthur is mit in a cheerful state of
pii-.w ii, New York, though he lias tried
pMplinr his forces,and to make combina
''new doal."
Aih'gether, the* I»osses, big ami little, are
7 much demoralized at the outlook, and
7 unite iu regarding this ns un unfortu
them, und for the machine,
wh ufcttl to grind out mujoritieg-by order
>iin Washington. It in said politics makes
«age bedlcllowA. A week hence the
fie of Arthur aud Sherman
w d Haye« und Cornell occupying the
ime .our j»oster will be presented to the
bllKSON DISCHARGED.
•J*® Wylie Snllsflud That
of Court Won Contemplated.
Washington, Nov. 1.—Mr. William
uoftto-day at noon filed his sworn an
triothi rule laid UpooAilm to show cause
. U' diDuld not he punished for contempt
* »ruing a letter to the foreman of the
Contempt
9 Uu UrV ' 0 u,ln »it« that he did send
_ r ' n question, l>ut in doing so avers
hm '' ,iot any contempt to the
jn.Hocii.i he suppose or believe that iu
* uifills action would be regarded by
lJ 48 contempt, expressed or lmnllea.
[•«intr states that he sent the letter iu
rj^oi the advice of his counsel and
IfeMi'i i, lulled in all other meauB re
d! ,[' ( 1 !»!•• counsel to bring to Justice
L ., ,lc,ir y C. Bowen referred to In the
f^r in the :
S^nt and
Ifclook
Jay, without tho counsel
without notice, Justice
. U P l he matter, and, after re
lit ti . C0ntc * nta of Die answer, said
üu ^ht the rule should bo dls
and so ordered. He then referred
1 l,u T ,n which the grand Jury could
»tenm 1 » U,ul lllH,8teJ l !mt the regular
IBiUm! '^observed. There seemed to
• rc,,e,mlon oxl «tlng in the minds
c °ufM, and ha waa
utU-r iV r ' was one of that
W I „r . been unintentionally
ihftiiVi ,i IM * lur m had l»cen done, and
I direct the discharging of the
'I
«)ff ljur y vva8 *o-day excused from
_ u from Monday next.
• Ne " F'irk Theatre Unrncil.
Nov. 1.—The Alhambra
'•«l ïUSÏ*' llt - V " 8 - 125 to Wl ' Bt
Miirtt. ti , woe burned down
ktre it » .i (!rc ' vas performance In the
Vbnf Win« 1 ^ 10,1 account of the
detors u ,,r H - one of tho pro
si. K.iw'i 1 -, 0tcu, Ted on Wednesday
^ b" the^thlrfi 1 î! llïha " , J hl * p» rtu,!r > rc -
Kini| ni t b«*aitii, managed to escape
h °rriblo de»th. The
*4 | heflain,. J,,il, dlng was dry as tinder,
U burst ti w,tI * ^reat rapidity
! uu " .' the roof, threatening
i u,, J 0,,1, ng building, the in
* 8»ineg J Were rcn, °vetl by the police.
H Wa«, * !r y c "Bflncd to the theatre,
L^llrcu y gutted. Tl»o cause
1 lU , wn ' ono 11,411 110611
Bfteoder. the day except the
I "' I||,I,1 K w»a owned hy
l? 1 "f Ï1-* (HU.: I 1 WH8 J»'n»Red to tho
1 ' '""'ired for JIO.UOO. Borst
S Tto r.^ 1 ' 000 » »beuranco un
Ï' 1 !» thro.. ,,h utru '' " 8 made by altera
i *» "lien,a , v . atl ' honee«, and was orlgt
W^rt.r 110 B , ul k,ll Rbam Palace, a
-A 81 ' 0 ™' and dance houae.
M W n„ K * u f l1 on <; <>tn,."
Kk relief. 0 ' 1 *' 1 Corns." 15 centa.
'W w »rts'buntona!*' P"" 1 " 11 ™ 1 tu,c -
S'nur!e,,!'' rd M " nn "
ün***- 15 eeif. 0n * ta,,t son S> an ^ curea
MCo otama«!, S N at j drUK * tore - Blrd
'.'/W* 1 ,? Ur (ir atltuile."
llÂ'üen Modieïf 1 ?!, Y. -Drau Hin:
*Wfc 0fl1 fover Kur« 11 P ,R covery" ho« cured
**. Cr gratltud W °v yr B
" ,T '^.Ä„ 0 ; M Y ,r etruly '
«».«tk
UAI
AGENT TIFFANY'S UIRF.OULAKITD^I.
(IroM Frniula lliivnrtncii i n t| lr
nifciit of lh« San Curio« Allouer.
Washington, Nov. 1.— The grand Jury at
Tucaon, Arizona, ha« for tbo past two weeks
been Investigating the management of Ute
»an Carlos Indian reservation by ex-agent
L S. renzu Woo< ', » prominent
renient of the lerrltory, «ay« that the Jury
ha« succeeded In tincnrtlilnft some of the
grossest frauds, mostly In the disposition of
supplies. 1 he gravest of theso tf era for in.
pronrlatlng cuttle purchased for Indiana,
sending Indians to work at the coal flelda
a * . peylag all the expenses and salaries out
or Indian supplies, giving rccelpta to govern
ment contractors for large atnouuts of
Indian supplies never furnished and
dividing the profits of Indiana going
about on passes, thus creating a surplus to
be used by the agent and reservation syndi
cate. Mr. Wood nays others hesldo Tlirany
aro Implicated In the frauds. During the
U months In which this trouble has been
pending a number of Innocent men were
Imprisoned by THfauy's orders and were
kept In confinement, poorly fed and badly
treated, until released by the grand Jury,
llliany and his accomplices have been
operating since before the outburst. In fact
It Is raid that Tiffany knew that the Indiana
were making their arrangements for u mas
sacre, and yet took no steps to prevent it.
Everything Is quiet there now, however.
The Indians have the greatest confidence In
General Crook, and they wilt obey blm Im
plicitly.
Manag«.
Catarrh Of til* madder.
Stinging Irritation, Inflammation, all Kid
ney and Urinary complaint«, cured by
"Buchupall.tt " $ 1 . J
Men
young or old pufloring from nervous
pbyvlcal debility or im|X)teiice should «end
to Prof. Mur«ion, IPS Fulton street, New
York, for a complete treatise on lost man
hood. Sent under cover, free. tt8,w
The ltendlt of l*e nt« to run ce.
A rcprerientatlvo of The Ti
. Democrat wa a
nriflcnt at tho olftco of Tho Iwoululana Htatc
Lottery Company when Mr. I). 1*. Blair of Col
umhitfl Ml««., rooeivoil a check f«>r 116,000,08 tho
lucky holder of ono-flflh of the capital
#76,ooo, on ti ket No. 4'Lloi, _
you not feel elated when favored by fortune'"
• No, not at All. J lind an Iden 1 would win. 1
lind been taking ticket«-well, now It rouit bo
for nearly two year«, nnd 1 wa« hiding in y time,
for 1 felt my turn would ooino noon. I never
hurried the lottery Company up, but waited,
taking my ticket« regularly every month, und
now 1 vo hit them. "What do you intend
doing with tho money?" "Well, tho night »
believed 1 had Won. 1 mentally distributed U
have children, and I
F rim of
: "I)ld
d nuke
praposo to Inveat; a por
tion or the money for them. Tho plfjfl I made
that night I Intend carrying .out. 1 felt
«ion by Intuition. It would aiinont
. Tho feeling, of course,!»
ImpoMlblo to describe. TIiur he bidod his time.
I he next drawing will occur November 14th, und
any Information thereof can he» had on applica
tion to M. A. Dauphin, Now Orleans, I*.—A r
<). 'I'imrs-Democrat , Sr/>(ember Vi.
that
nn, that 1 had w
N
EW
B U C K W IIE AT MEAL!
Just received a One* artlc>c of fresh
Meal
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S
?
FOURTII AND .SniPLEY 8TS.
THE PUBLIC IS REQUESTEI) CARE^
-I FULLY t»i notice the new and enlarged
fieheme to be drawn moiitlilv.
49*0* A VITAL PRIZE, f75,000.-tt4i
Ticket«, only #6. Share« In proportion
Has
Louisiana State Lottert Co.
Incorporated In 1808 for 2. r > years by the Legisla
ture for Educational and Charitable purpo»e«—
with a capital of|i,0oo,ono-to which a reaerv«
fund offUO,
hat* «luce been added.
■rwiicliulng popular vote Its franchise
present Ht ate Constitution
adopted December 2*1, A. I»., 1879.
The »»lily Lottery ever voted
by the people of any .State.
It never scale* or postpone«. ITS GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take place
monthlv.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
FORTH N E. ELEVENTH GRAND DRAWING,
CLASS !.. AT NEW ORLEANS, TUES
DAY. NOVEMBER 14th, l«0~160th Monthly
Drawing.
Look al
exehndve
KRAL
GENERAI, JUBA I. A.
by
part of the
and endorsed
the follow In
'{«ton an
BEAUREGARD of La., and
EARLY of Va., who
manag«: all the drawings of this Company, both
ordinary ami • cml-aumial, and attest the cor
rectnesu of the published oiflclal Lists.
g scheme,
d mttnagei
nder the
lit i.rUKN
Capital Prize, $75,000.
170,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
FRACTIONS, in FIFTHS In PROPORTION .Z
list of nuzKs:
1 Capital Prize of
J Capital PrUe of,
1 Capital Prize of,
1 Prizes of #6,000.
5 Prize« of 2,000.
10 Prizes of i,ouo..
20 P
100 P
»Mi Prizes of
6«) Prizes of
1,000 Prizes of
I 75,000
26,000
10,000
12,000
10,000
10.UO0
10,000
20,000
»r 6oo
•r sou
25.000
26.000
26
APFllOXl NATION FKIZKH:
9 Approximation Prizes of #750....
9 . " " 600....
260....
.# 6,780
. • 4,500
2,250

,967 Prizes, amounting to.#266,600
Application for rales to clubs should only be
n«lc to the* office orthçcoinpany in New Orleans,
further Information, write clearly,giving
full addri'MH. H«nU orders by express or Regls
Money Order, adnre«sed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at
B07 Seventh Btreet, Washington, D. C,
addressed to New Orleans wll
fujtll-d, WH-WÄ*
I-.
tend letter,
N. B.-Orde
recel
prompt attention.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
LIVER
this most important
throw off torpidity and
It has speclflo action
organ, enabling it to
inaction, stimulating tho healthy socretion of
tho Silo, and by hooping tho bowels In froo
oondltlon, effecting its regular discharge.
If you aro suffering from
bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, Kldnoy
Wort will surely relievo and quickly ouro.
In the Spring to cleanse tho System, every
should tako a thorough couno of It.
an« n R» nsnnniRTB Price tl.
Malaria
41
i
£
RHEUMATISM AND COUT CURED.
When wo can establish by a chain of ovldsno»
which every inquiry but makes stronger, that w#
have tho only real, or radical remedy for RhoumatU
Disorders, and wo put that evidence within tho roach
Of every aufloror without money nnd without price , wo
claim that no ono but the fool will turn to it a deaj
ear. or closo his eyes to tho glad tidings wo bring to
his blighted lifo. In Justiro to us, lo you, to your
dependent families, and to the consummation of you!
life's ambition before you wero Ntiicken down by
disease, wo ask you to go with us for a few momentH
to tho homo« of lomo who have drank of tho waters
füll of tho joy of health, ready to
tho world their glad experienoo. Wo will give
falso statement, and make no asscrtlor which
Inquiry (by letter
rf life nnd
though
0 bo full
rannot, by prof
friend«) bo probed to tho bottom and iound
»f truth,
»pace allows as to rafter
Amocg ho
| Mr 'hro. r lo Ktapuiustl.mmauy
Mr f Hu J ngr r) 'i V ear1 ^i. 7 , i rooki yn—Ssvtrs DbmmMlo
347 Baltic 8t., Brooklyn — AouU and
loort (u.?Brooklyn—Sciatica RhrnniatUm
$1000 la other toe'
, 451 Third Avenue, Brooklyn-Chron
I
85.. Brooklyn)
:r suOtrod
18 Plym
Gout.
Dr. Ca<*
Chronic Rh
Mr. Rochi
8 year»—bs«l expend
Ml
Itheuma
ÄaylMd. *5» Ralnbrldge ft., Brooklyn— _ ^
matory and Chroaia RheumalUm and wry had Ohr
Dy»P'Pri».
Mra. I'Uklngto
and Chronic
198 34th Rt., Brooklyn
led
I
item
York City
Dr. Goodrlc
Willis
by It.
v. v
8l., N
rk— (Çhroulo! ne
, New York—Chr
W i
Kl
• Bbeu*
. 8t., New Y«
Ur. Uixon,
matiam two y
Oapt. Nail
Bheumatlam 33
Mr. Abrams
mattem and KM
Judge Croaai
Wood, 104 South
R
rlob Av., New York—Chron lo Bbco
City -Cbroolo
till
Oakland Av., Jcr
J
gentlemen, know
i. Pyapi'psla. Liver and Kl
The above I
Now glvo this
h fulu r particulars, and you will hlcaa
■dv«jr
Elmore, Acluins Co..M
Urooklyn, and lflSJWjimni St«, N« Y«C«
cloth nre.
jE
v <a
c
at
.
k,
THE SWELL.
Our immense stock of Fine
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.
A. C. YATES A CO.,
LEDGER UUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
espUMlasi-84
C'VAJa.
gOMRTHINQ NEW.
Connellsville Coke !
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stovx,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corrmnondtag Anthra
cite sixes, |7.00 ]per 1,000 pound*.
NO DUST!
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE I
HEAT INTENSE ! TRY IT I
Ciias. Warner & Co.
5
Market Street Wharf.
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIYB1
ALL SIZES OF COAL I
SU PERIOR QUALITY FOB FAMILY USB
—AT TU»—
AT THE LOWEST MARKET BATES !
AH coal well screened an pnt In cellars.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH BT.
4SF*Tdepl)onic eomiaanlowtion with all BOTta
r the city. aajpBF
fjQTH POPULAR
MONTHLY DAAWINO OF TWA
In the city of ^OUIBVILLE,
Thursday, November 30th '82.
These drawings occult monthly under provisions
of an actof theGwneral Assembly of Kantusky.
The United States Circa It Court on Mnrqf) ■
rendered the following decision: _ __ ^
First—That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company 1« legal.
Second—its drawings
The Company bos
Rind. Road carefully
ftdr.
•jv on band a large reserve
llie list of prises ut the
NOVEMBER DRAWING.
,«oo
1 Frlie....
1 Prize....
1 Prize.
10 Prizes. 1,000 each
20 600 "
100 "
«k "
20 "
10 ••
s
KQ
I 0
1,000
9
no
" Approximation
...
100 "
.#112,400
1,960 Prizes.
WHOLE TICKETS, #2. H ALF TICK BTB, #1.
#56^ 65 Tickets, #100.
Bank Dirait In Letter,
27 Tlokct«,
Remit Money
by Express. Don't send by Registered Letter or
Pb«t Office Order. Orders of #6 and upward by
«s can be sent ai our expense. Address all
_ a tô R. M. HOAKUM AN, Gourl é r-.Ionrn&!
Building« Louisville, Ivy., or, R. M. BOARD
MAN, W9 Broudway, New York. 6,22-Ue-iy-tft
■MM
BAIL I AXD WEEKLY OAXETTT. '
-the
DAILY GAZETTE,
u
-undEB
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
For "LIVE" People!
ONE
Only One Cent,
CENT,
-OR
Six Cents per Week.
Twenty-five Cents per Month.
SERVED BY
CARRIERS IN JLl.u TARTS OF THK CITY.
By Mail, Postage Paid:
One year, $3.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.55 in advance.
Three months, 80c in advance.
-THE
DELAWARE GAZETTE
( WEEKLY. )
A Paper for the Whole
Peninsula.
THE FARMERS 1 FAVORITE JOURNAL.
CROWDED WITH LOCAL AND
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
The Cheapest Paper
Published in the
State.
A First-class Advertising
Medium for those 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 <Sc TAYLOR,
KING STREET,
NO. 502
LM1NUTON, DF
LIQUOR BEALEKA.
TOHM P. DONAHOE,
O -IIOTTLEH
AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Pbrter aud Brown Stout,
—ALSO
US Celebrated P.artholomay Hoc ester Boer,
tlie brewings are unequalled for
flavor; constantly on baud It
bottled. "
or~
Ï tirlty and
egs or
.Mineral waters lu all
llie different flavors.
57 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DKL,
-*F"Pollte and accommodating drivers. Order«
tty mall promptly attended to. He Is also counec
-ed with the Telephone Exchange, and his signal
Is-ll* my 1-18
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
lKINIJKIl WAlIF.HOtIBES pure rye
whiskies from the following celebrated dis
tilleries*
A. Orerholt A Co., Jannurv 1879 and June 1880.
A. Ouekuiihelnier A flroj. »lay 1879.
John Gibson, Non A Co.. May 1879 and June 1680.
llannls Distilling Co., August 1879.
Sherwood, November 1879
<1 Ju
e versink (Heading, Pa.,) Kebruarr
t. Vernon, May, 1880.
IttO
, 1880.
The above g.>sds will be sobl either In bond or
tax paid at the lowe«t market rate«. Sample«
may be Mien at this «tore.
NO. 103 MARKET STREET,
my 5-20
FRANCIS KELLY A CO.
QRANOE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IN FACT—
THE PUREST, RICHEST AND BEST BYE
V. II1SKY EXTANT.
bottle. #
By the gahe
JAMES A. KELLY
?
Uniform In
q ""Sch
Absolu tel y pure rye.
A reliable stimulant
S. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
and delicate in flavor.
and safe tonic.
mv5-ly-25
WSOLESftLE Lb
[H
gOMETHING NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
John K. Betz A Bon'», C'olebnttrd Ltctmtsclianer
Bohemian Lager Beer, Bottled by
JNO. MULROONEY,
IHH & 60S TATNALL STREET, (North
west cor. Fifth aud Tate all,) Wilmington,
Del.
Alao sole agent for John Onrdlner A <>.'« f!on
ttuental Brewery ale and porter, brown stout and
old Block ales.
I n
UXVEJt TAKERS.
JOHNSON & BAUNÏiTlL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
B. W. COR. TENTH & MARKET, STS.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Residences :
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson at.
•cp2P-m\vf-ly-14
«. T. BARNHILL,
28d aud Tut nul
JAMES McKENNA,
Furnishing Undertaker.
$
£
i\
<ïï\7%
NO. 223 WEST SECOND STREET.
Wilmington. Delaware. 6-1-6-21"
Q.REEN & BRO.,
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
Office—Southkast Coknkr Fifth and Or
A.NUK arilKKTS.
Residences :
P. J. GitKBN, 1115 West Third street.
J. F. GltKRN, 703 Madison street.
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For GEN. DODGE'S bran'
Thirty-Three
book, entitled
Years Among
OUR WILD INBIANSI
By Gen . Sherman.
A tru e record at the Author'o Thirty- Three an Penonat
Experience among our Indiana. With aa able Introduction
subscribed for by rnetdent
entire Cabinet, and by Gen. Sherman, Gen.
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inent Men. Gbx. Grant says .-"It is the best book on
written." Bishop Wn.ar (Methodist)
•ays»—"A is a book of immense value." It is the only nuthen
U« account of
tug their "Inner ltfe,"
replete with thrilling experiences of tho Author, and of fa
mous Scoots, Trappers, Cow-boys, Mine», Border Ruffians,
•ts., vividly portraying Life In tho Orcoi Wost as it
48d thomnmd in press. With Steel Engravings m
Chromo-Lithograph Plates in 10 colors,
made by tho U. 8. Government expressly for this g
AGENTS! This grand book is now out-selling oil
other* 10 to 1. No competition. Agents average 10 to SO
order* a day. Wo want lOOO
elusive Territory and Special Terms given. Our large circu
lar* with fall particular* sent free. A fine Specimen Pinto
t in addition tor a 8 cent ntcinp. Address l'.\o sole pub s
A. D. WORTHINGTON & CO., Hau r » obd, Con n.
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from photographs
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■^■ILMINOTON COLOR WORKS.
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
-AND—
SOLUABLE BLUE FOR THE LAUNERT
—AT—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St
niBCELLAKEOUH.
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For S$m
pies of Dry Do oI)S

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Send 1a a Houes EBaling
EXCLUSIYELY IN DRY GOODS,
■ And tiisrEby sscura tha advantages offered
hy tha concentration upon one singla
branch of business'of all cur
vast facilities,
ThB present season v/s are shewing a
stock Aggregating fully
hi Wtcn oui Qucutsi 3 a[[
Iji Silks, Dress Deads, Cloths,_Ladlss' and
Childr en's Wearing Apparn!, Houasfiir
uishlng Goods, XIphclstBrlng Materials,
Hosiery i^tJnderwear,^ Gloves,
Fancy Goods, Dress^Trlrn
mings. &c,, &c, &c.
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FeißltUt anä Mar.fjct Streets.
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EEMOYAL !
From S. W. Cor. to N. K Cor. Fifth and King Sts.
WHERE WE HAVE OPENED A NEW
Steam Marble.and Granite Works.
Our Wareroom Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ever offered In Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from
tl.e newest designs and at the lowest priées.
DAVIDSON & BRO.
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chkap joiin' again i
It will pay parties purchasing TIN or CROCKERY, of
any description, to give him a call and prove to your
satisfaction that he sells from 20 to 50 per cent, less than
any house in town. Sales in the evening.
own
416 MARKET STREET.
oel25-3in-21
Y
THE
GRAND" FIRE PLACE HEATER.
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Perfect in its operations, flnkdied In the best manner, easily regulated,
economical and a powerful heater, very heavy and durable. It
is a FIRST-CLASS HEATER iu every respect.
HENRY F. PICKLES
-DEAL HK IX—
Stoves, Heaters,
Ranges, &c.,
Nos. 7 & 9 E. Fourth St.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
49* Prompt attention paid to orders by mall. "VA
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8. 1ST. ANDERSON,
511 MARKET ST., (Morning News Building.)
FINE PAPER HANGING and WINDOW SHADES.
The new Fall style« arc now In stock, and with Increased facilities, perfcetodMurlng the
Smuim r, wc are ahle to challenge comparison from any part, especially In «o far as tine
decorative work goes. Our stock la cheaper goods Is large and varied, ainl selected with
the care attained only by practical experience. Those « ut rusting us with decorating the
interior of their residences as well as those who slniplv want a kitchen or «mail room
papered, will find that the aame care and attention Is rigidly enforce«! In all classes of work
prices as moderate as tellable goods and perfect execution will warrant.
/
and
HENRY GUERIN, Manager.
6,22-2w-at, t ts-20
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COMPANY.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COR. SECOND AND KING 8TREETS ; ICE HOUSE
AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD 8TREET BRIDGE..
BRANCH OFFICII AND DEPOT, Fourth and Poplar streets, and No. 209 West Eighth street.
PRICK OF EASTERN ICE:
.49 cents per week I 16 pounds «lally.
. SB cents per week Î0 pounds dally.
. 7t) sent* per week | 25 pounds dally.
*1« daily.
8 paumls dally.
12 pounds dally.
6
. 84 cents per
. 96 cents per
.#1.12
80 POUNDS AND OVER AT THE RATE OF 00 cents per 100 pounds.
the partpf a driver should bp made known at the office at>
e keep constantly on ban«l a CHOICE SELECTION o/
deliver lit cellars free of charge, where sliute wagwns
aplW4D
SSI
The least neglect
and It will receive prompt attention.
COAL from the most popular mines, which
be used.
Incivility
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET. '
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware ior
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne ~W i n e,
PRICE LIST.
Per Case 12 Qto.
24 Pte.
*7.00
$ 8.00
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
15 per cent.
5 Cases
10 Cases
25 Cases
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY' WEST CIGALAS.
Pure Kyc Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
American Watch and Clock Depot,
No. 11 North Second Street, (above Market) Philadelphia.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND SMALL PRICES.
49"Look at «orne of the prices :
Ladt«-« 1 Solid Gold American Lever Watche4^
Gents' Solid («old American L
Ladies' Solid Gold Watches as
• #22 00
Watches,
BO UU
low as
One-day Clocks, ft.00 ap.
U 1)9
Eight-day walnut Clocks, #3.00 up.
n band of of solid gold and best rolled plsted Jewelry and chAlns. Solid silver and
glasses and spocUcloa. Repairing of all kinds done in a skillful ixaiiuer.
A large stork
plated warts opei
8. riCAHD, No. 11 NORTH SECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
*i*P. ».—Every article warranted as represwuUid.
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