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THE NEXT HOtffE.
L omp\e*i°"~ A
rriUlc Gain.
. House of Representative* Is
TFI'*? 6 f ivf Republicans, 131 Demo
®r^ orcrnbsoVcrs. Tuesday's dec
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A Little French Story.
CKarls letter.]
h somn pwt* of Franco inarrti^nbl..
Sûre accustomed to pluck, a. they ro
m from midnight hum on Christman eve,
„rlcnf apple tree, which they put In a
Kllnf water; the vial I» humr In their
ï chamber in front of thc window ; If one
Id u«vn- befure Easter the miatress la
te married before thc year end«,
the servant« of a chateau near
was a rbamlH.rmald from Brittany,
erntle, eood natured, qolet, ploiw
nmellcut creature everv way, but-»he
a hunchbacked. Her nadle waa Uraule.
dine advantage of the dark night, «he,
ci Blacked a sprig of apple tree—«are
itnobi«l7 «a«' h<,r - 8he w " mistaken,
fellow-servant f»w her and mado the
mjia' hall ring with peal« of laughter at
m Irsulr'a expense. Still they kept the
mt among themselves. They all agreed
play a trick on poor Ursule. Easter eve
«of tiv Journeymen gardener« removed
toll sprig of apple tree from the vial in
auk's bed-chamber and put In Its place a
Kicovcred with blossoms. When Ursule
tut Into her bed chamber she could not
jltrc her over. She returned to the
wants' hall ; her face was radiant with
tight as she showed her trophy ; tlie
mghter, jeers, hooting! of her comrades
jmkd the trick put on her. She stood
toll), confounded, trembling, scarcely able
I restrain her tears, .fust ut this moment
ilered thc servants' hall. The
ess said : "Ursule, the apple tree sprig
lie trusted : believe It ; you will be
hristrnas next. You are a
(to
. tre
»rTird befo
ituoup girl ; I urn sure you will make a
rioou» wife. All you want to get
mi with it. money *; the money I will give
>u " At* she spoke the mlstreaa twined a
(Kxtfranc bank note around the sprig and
tonedH to l r-ule. A fortn _
arütim journeyman gard«ier,who had put
I« trick onher, asked her hand in marriage,
ut she retuMil hi in (at which he was
rwitly jeered) tnd married another.
a luiR
t after
JIE HUGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
Strawbmdoi At Clothier,
Reueiw ix Drt Goods Exclusively,
Eioam ami Market Stbeets.
Em Driven Out of Tlielr Iln.lne««.
[Kail Mull (iaicttc.]
[Among the latest victim» of foreign eom
RiOn un* the Ihth of Russia. Under the
titful Influrnre of the free importation of a
<-us kind of wax called ccrcalna, manu
red in Austria, thc native industry is
in" at a rate which threatens it with
ion. Of cercpina, which liears thc
Nation U» genuine wax that oleo
incdocs to dairy butter, no less than
M pounds are annually imported,
It ur in the manufacture of tapers,
Nch Ikruro m> promineutiy in all Russian
mrd Thc price of wax has fallen,
of nmipetition with coresina,
om30to 17 roubles per pound. At tliis
****** ar '' regarded as hardly worth
er keep, and in one district tlie honey
»plias fallen from 15,000 to 0,000 pounds
By tho new tariff an import
«I of a rouble a pound lias been imposed
■«résina ; hut, according to the Moscow
it will have to be raised 10 roubles
the poor bees a chance.
A Remarkable Sight at Sea.
ays the Charleston Xcir* and Courier:
i^erhiy morning, about 7.15, the resi
Aiorgullivau's Island saw an Immense
rçoitt, which formed about four miles
l™. «fdh of the island, near thc bar.
b*i- O' 1 * over * iea d at the time were inky
' At first a slight disturbance in the
Wus bkêcrved, and then fron» thc
appeared, as it were, a gigantic
th • r '' ai '* ,c< * ou t toward the water
.. every moment became more
J'J, and finally rose like a miniature
JJ 1 "* 0 nu "i't the cloud. For some
s the upper ami lower columns of
:
-
.
■oud above
«ut»,.- * c * )uratc ^» apparently only
»kmiJ n v a i )art - Then came the
damn , 1,1 8ca And cloud, and the large
Mtirîr atcr lapidly whirled south
"" rinrr'? r u,,out ' a mile, and then burst,
f its tons of water into tlie seething
11 liu, "lii ils of yards around."
"Rough on Rats/'
*iw° U i ri L' roaches, flies, ants,
Ut,' u r u U q t c,li I )muQk "j gophers. 15
4 Wot
»Hn»s Lucky Speculation.
A Chipflfrfv f Times. ]
tpttu! 1,. U( W ^° 8C ltu»band is a grain
t»o a „ 0 ' \ a8 1,1 New York a month or
Marke? 1, l* er pin money in tlie
fctDou? time came thc recent
fide, an ,i ,1^ 1 11 , lhe Chicago Board of,,
r .1 lC ! U8 * ,uu d was badly caught,^
kïs of hia res to ,l,B wife came the
»«inahitei '! unc, ° l cm harras8mcnt. lie
1,11 In ,5. ole , ûn( ^ fe arod he couldn't get
ht Dial. ,"; ced t,,e ^tock upon which she
*at Of n ' onc y> and profits to the ex
Wto hurn l, »o u Miid dollars were »ub
tet, take 1,,.? I' 11 tlld n <>t, so the story
lo iilar-o i *° ca U it, and even let»8
^^tccouid Olograph as ready cash
^ was th,. Ut » f thc embarrassed
thereby eaved.
husband,
IM.L .. "'toouupteb,."
C ?, rc ' a11 »nnoying Kirt
ÜIH ' Urinary diseases. |1.
J'tV ''"'"'"'K" 1 ® th. Truth.
ill"* 1 " « t,Ä ', llln ® behevcd by thc public
S"»t any lavß a truth to announce
and t |,''°, 1 '" UB Pi<!loo as tolls being
tetP" 1 ' bv ; r'® k ,"P on telling by speech
«iui.î à r 'V * a " a doubt that tho
h . tort 11,. , as fairly as they announood
Sk*?d Juba! A 0 J- Beauregard ol
removes'th is ^mrob
'baifne n» V' riJve n «I* to the iryilli
dl,t?R, 2 ?J%- ''tb, that millions
in?' d to parties applying to
, No . w oJoans, In sums
»•«»fhfffl ?* 0 " :i m m down,
kvih . Ce Hftiin v U «rî \ ah8 Rr ® »old at fll oaah.
Cliifi^ l 0 * l "dg»u,S®* v * nt '* mipplemontod
" Voilai Æ " 1 "fne one wlfl get »76,000
fois thereof. Who wllllt be?
IM YARD ON THE MWtXT. J
The DMnware Senator Thinks the Re
|>olillc»n Party |> Hroken Ip-What Is
Demsmloil of tlie K.iiiocrata.
CPhM«a.l|iliU h.tord.J
..no SJ, , Bnynr.1 was at (1 tty's Hotel, In
I hll»<hUphia, yesterday Tor Uloner, and left
for -New 1 oik In the afternoon. He it
natnrally please, I , t thc »ordinary
Dcmovj'atle niujoilty ln tila Ktato, and says
opposition niude l»y the
party to tlio re-eltotlon of Benator Sauls
bury. The Senator coni men ted upon the
result. In New CunUe copnty as aomowhat
sarprlslng to him, in that the figure« «bow
that the lull Republican vote was oust for
Dick Harrington'a ticket, whereas It, had
been helped tliat thc large element of high
rejqjcctabilUy In the Republican party In
New Castle county would repudiate the
shame! *h attempt to make ïlarrington thc
political boss of the State.
8, na
»
Ou election day in Delaware Senator
Bayard stood at tjiq poll» in his ward all duy
long, ami worked as hard ac the most en
thubiailtic ward politician. In regard to the
national aspect of Tuesday's election the
Delà wj re Benator said that he did not doubt
that the effect will ho to break up thc Re
puhllciMi party in the United States ; in fact,
that tile election clearly shows that the Re
publican party is iu thc same position now
as Uie Whig party wag in 1851, wheu it went
.to plcjrs, with tlif difference that there
fa now
no luoh grtit. queitlon ' in
volved! iu American politics as that
which gave life to the party
which took thc place of the routed Whin.
"I dm, however, particularly pleased,"
continued the Benator, "to »ee how Mgnal
has befii the failure of the Stalwart plan to
overthrow tin* ascendency of decent govern
ment { h the South by assisting to power a
set of [jolitlcal adventurers, whose success
could hot have been les» dreaded than thc
return to power of thc earpet-bug govern
ment. « f thc Reconstruction days. The pros
titution of high official power to place thc
people of the Bouth under, if possible, more
cruel
political taskmasters than they were
cursorf with iu the high tide of thc rule of
thc and Bullocks bus fulled of Its
purpose. What Muhono hns made of Vir
ginia, lit wus planned that others should
make <)f other Southern States. All good
men must rejoice that such a plan of.Rc
puhlirjmlzin;/
One thing of which thc Senator exp
himself as quite sure of wus that tli
tlon everywhere is a tremendous rebuke of
the Administration and it» open repudiation
of Civil Servie» Reform, and that it bring»
to thc front, morepromiucntly than anything
else the resistless demand for a complete re
form elf the Civil Service, lie. did not ex
pect tb
tlon
different States at once there would be a
radical aud salutary change in the adminis
trating of the public service, and the next
national administration In view of Tuesday's
result, must Inevitably be an administra
tion tile first purpose of which will be to
establish a system of Civil Service reform,
based upon the highest demands of efficiency
aud i|haracter. The current of popular
dcinarjd to which the. Democratic party has
already wisely yielded—for thc best and
purest men at tho head of affairs—thc
Senator thinks, will tot be opposed by
party hereafter. No men dm and no
the South could not succeed."
Tossed
»c clec
ko tbll In tho national kdmiuistra
while Arthur'» term last«, but in the
!
inen
should be allowed to pre»» themselves to the
front ivho in character are not above sus
picion and whose records arc not beyond
reproach.
how rrwAs done.
An Allsnlrabl. I.lttto Work Which Dorn
omMIrates Very Much Most Interesting
Information Just Now Greatly Bought
After.
MaJ. Pangborn, thc well known compiler
of the B. and O. Itcd Book,
come the standard political text book of the
country, is now engaged with a large force
of aHs[6tants in preparing a special edition
of tin Red Book, which promises to be
quite ja unique thing in political literature.
It is to be Issued under the taking title of
"Hoty 'TwasDouc, The Political Revolution
of 1882."
Wllhin the most artistically eugraved
covern by tho American Bank Not« Com
pany will be embraced the official results of
the election Just held, and arranged so per
fectly and Intelligently that the veriest ama
teur in such statistics cannot fail to
prehemd them. The. ligures will be given
Btatc)ticket and on Congressional ticket in
separate tables, thc former by counties and
tho lytter by counties and districts. In both
tabb it comparisons will be made with thc
vote lit tlie last preceding election in each
State, the returns of which will be given in
full In order that tlie understanding of
thc situation may be complete.
State» where tlie Congressloual districts
have been changed since 1880, the districts
will be shown
demonstrating what the result would have
been two yoars ago lmd the same counties
composed the district» then as noiv. Inde
pendent, Prohibition and Greenback figures
will |>e glren in addition to the regulur Re
publican and Dcmocrut, und in each county
tlie vote of eaeh party will be shown with
majorities, gains and losses, both years, to
gether with totul vote of county, congres
sional district and State. Statistical tables
will Mko be included In thc book, showing
upoii similar full and comprehensive wale
the vote for President in 187Ö and in 1880.
In no publication of like character arc
such clear and exhaustive tabular state
ment attempted
Book, aud the forthcoming special edition
will eclipse any previous edition in extent,
and interesting character of information
furnished. Included within tho remarks
accompanying thc returns will be thc details
of the changea in Congressional district»,
the Congressman-elect, and the unsuccess
ful candidates in euch State, as well us tlie
members of the next Congress complete,and
thc fhanges in that body as compared to tho
last Congress. Much other data will he
given, and in the way of a thorough under
standing of exactly "How 'Twas Done" it
would bo difficult to imuginc a more inter
esting and reliable a source of explanation
than will be tliis new edition of tlie B. & O.
Red Book. Like its predecessor, it will bo
sent without auy cost whatever to all who
malic application for it to C. K. Lord, Gcn
Vengcr Agent B. O. R. R., Halti
which lias be
In
now constituted, thus
iu the B. A O. Red
eral P
more, Md.
Tic Red Book is aa a matter of course an
advmisemcut of the Baltimore »ml Ohio
railroad, trat it coinbim 1 « no much of gen
orul interest to the public with comparu
lively so little »bout thc road, that it I« far
inoje valuable than liluc-tcntbs the publlca
tlouB of tlie character placed on sale.
The B. & O. Bed Hook is hy heavy odds
the handsomest political work from a typo
orajihical standpoint issued in the United
Stales, being always printed with exquisite
laste on fine pajwr and bound in thc best
manner. It certainly )» worth the little
trouble occasioned In writing for It, und it
I« hazarding nothing to predict that tlie
new special edition devoted to the election
which has Just taken placo will be pre
eminently the text book of 1S8:J.
As there will doubtless be an immense
demand for the book, it would bo well tor
all desiring a copy to write at once, to Mr.
Lord, as thc edition will be scut nut to those
making application on the principle of first
corlio first served. Envelopes will be ad
dressed a« applications come in, so that
there may be no delay in mailing when tho
work 1« received from the binder.
of,,
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, harmless, cathartic;
for feverishness, restlessness, worms,
stljmtion. 35 cents.
ol
..Became Sound and Weli."
(Utciiek'u Stawok, Oa.. March
R. I'. Her er, M. h.-l)KA» Sm. M> wlft,
to has been 111 for over two years, and had tilea
many other medicines, became sound and well
by using your ''V«vortte fnjoriptton." Mj
nt ;oo was also curod by it» use, after »o\en*
piysiclnns had fi*"*äiÄÄS ?£ r f n /fA™v 1 N
' 7 Yoars truly, THOMAS J. METH VI«.

Ready for Fall Uusiness.
Our fall stock of bats and caps now In
Tho most elegant stock of Derby
ade ud. Prices as usual,
n. Rumford &
Tho most
hats we ever had made uj).
Mi* Inu'Pfit. in tho city. E.
•tore.
thft lowest in the city. L.
Brjo., No. 404 Market street.
tAf
MT GOODS.
Special Bargains—lliiniMtii.
»,
B 35 e
306—Market St—306
HIVE
WF. ARK NOW SHOWING THE
Largest and Best Stork
—OK—
SILKS,
SATINS,
BROCADES,
PLUSHES,
VELVETS,
DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS
wo have ever offered, and many
decided bargains among
them
A Very Attractive Stock
OF
HOSIERY,
GliOVES,
UNDERWEAR,
AT OUR USUALLY LOW PRICES.
R. L. RUSSELL
306 Market Street.
_ invi-56-mwf
New Dress Goons, äc„ at Sharps.
■yyiLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PRICE*.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Dlreot from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Tn« largest stock we h»ve ever offered.
—Also a full llue of—
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
From 36 cents to $2.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
Fancy Hosiery ana Underwear.
GOCIlfl l
S. Ii. STAATS
?
No. 405
Market Street,
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
ami beautiful design*
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
In
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Also opening a large and WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF
Ladies', Gentlemen's and
Children's
Merino Underwear
?
AT THE VEKY LOWEST MARKET HATE8
Awoman CAN\jT health of woman»
sympathizewith^Tis the hope an
WOMAN. -aJMAhE RACeL)
-
Î
A
l-YDIA E. PINKHAM'S
VEQETABLB COMPOUND.
A Sure Car® for all FEMALE WEAK
NESSES, Including Lencorrhccn, Ir
regular and Painful Mcnstmatlon,
Inflammation and Ulceration of/
the Womb, Flooding, PRO- / 'si
LAPSUS UTERI, dkc.
Birncasant to the toute, efficacious and Immediate
Id its effect. Ifc Is a great help in pregnancy, end re
lievos pain daring labor and at regular period*. C
rHYKICUNB I SC IT AXD PBESCPtflE IT FREELT.
UT Fob au. W'eaknessm of tho gencratlvo organs
of cither ucs, it D Bccond to no remedy that has ever
teen before the public» and for all diseases of the
KoMonrs It is tho Greatest Kerned j in the World.
ISTKIDNEY COMPLAINTS of Either Sex
Find Great Relief In Its Use.
LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'8 PYRnTOI
will eradicate every vcetlgc of Humors from tho
TUood, at tho same tlmo will give teno and rtrength to
the system. An marvoiloat in roHults as the ComjHrand.
f-yBoth tho Compound and Bloorl Purifier
pared nt 233 stud 235 Wertem Avenue, Lynn.. Mas*
Price of oither, $t. Six bottles for $5. Tho Compound
is .sent by mall In the form of pills,
receipt of price, 81 per l»ox for olthor. Mrs. Plnkham
freely answers aU letters of inquiry. Enclose 3 cent
Send for psunphlet. Mention this Paper.
of lozenges,
t rL rw* E. PrncHAn'n Lira Pnxa wro Constipa
tlomBdlouflncfla and Torpidity of the liver, tb conta
43-Hold by all Droefiiti,*»
(3)
fJ>F,A 1 TEA I TEA !
One Hundred Chests of verv choice new crop
TEAM Just received, among them ourjustly famous
50 and 00c. These goods are all choice brands and
chop and deserve a lrial by all lovers of good
TEAS.
ini raa
also constantly receiving
Choice Java, Mocha, Rio,
Wo
of COFFEES. „ „ „
l.aguayra and Maracaibo Coffees. Coffee, 12, 15,
choice Breakfast Coffee at 85c.
Our Coffees arc
18, 20, 22 and
Which is unequalled anywhere,
roasted under
Spices a specialty.
personal supervision.
Ft
CRIPPEN'9
—TEA STORE—
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
CLOTB1NH.
CLOTH JX(.,
•ÿ{EW8 FROM THE CORNERS."
Overcoats seem to be the
leading topic these days and
we arc always ready to inform
the people where to find the
best stock to select from. Prices
are lower on many grade's than
last year and the variety of
styles surpasses all of our pre
vious efforts to give the Wil
mingtoniafns something to
please them. Now just drop
in at any time and especially
during this week and set 1 what
we have. It may be of interest
to you to know such a stock of
goods is kept in our city and
unless you call you will never
know. Our Fifteen Dollar
Overcoats are taking the lead
yet many cheaper and some
liigher in price are at the Wil
mington Clothing House,
Fourth and Market streets.
Jno. W. Dieffndorf & Co.
V
I
t
I
V
OVERCOATS
For Fall and Winter.
The time is at hand for the
purchase of these goods, and
our stock represents every vari
ety, from thc cheaper cassi
meres to fine silk and sating *
lined beavers, every one of
which can be well recoin
mended for superior cut and
finish, at prices to meet the
ability of every purchaser.
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
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i eflcct, not a cause. Its origin is
an I fus (niions without. Uencu to
within ; Its
•c the disease the cause must be removed, and
in no other way can n cure ever be effected.
WARNE1CS SAKE KIDNEY AND LIVE I
CURE Is established on just this principle,
realizes that
95 Fer Cent.
deranged kidneys and
oUhcdim
of all dlsesr.es «rise fro
liver, and It strikes
culty. 'rtie elements of which It Is composed a -t
directly upon these great organs, both as a l>»j*d
and restorer, and hy placing them In a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from the system.
For the Innumerable troubles caused hy »
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the distressing Disorders <»t A\ omen ; for Malaria,
and for physical derangements generally, this
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For Diabetes, ask for WARNEB'b SAFE DIA
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For Bale by all dealers.
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ROCHESTER, N. Y.
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Thirty-Three
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ublc Introduction
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work wns nt
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-AND—
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BUPERIOIt QUALITY FOR FAMILY UBF
—AT TUE—
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
*
office * yard, foot of fourth st.
All coal well screened an put In cellar«.
B. F TOWNSEND,
«^"Telephonic communication with all parts
of thee) tv. au*i2
Liy VOH JJHAJjJSMS.
QRANGE GROVE
pure rye whisky.
—IN FACT—
THEPURF-ST. UICHEST AND REST RYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
Hy the. gabt
bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
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Uniform In quality
Rich aud delicate In flavor.
Absolu telypure rye.
A reliable .'•tliuuliuit
3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
•I safe tonic.
. mv5-ly-25
(01BSÄLE Ll
m
gOMETHING
BOHEMIAN BEER,
NEW.
Tlie Best Beer Brewed.
John F. n. tz & Soil's, Celeli
Lager Hee
ited Llebolschancr
Bottled by
bdiemlli
JNO. MULROONEY,
501 & 503 TATNÀLL STREET, (North
west cor. Fifth and Tatnall,) Wilmington,
Del.
Also sole nge
tineutal Hrewery ale and porter, brown stout and
old stock ales. i:iv3-2ü
for John Gardiner A Co.'s Con
J OHN P. DONAHOE,
—BOTTLEIt OF—
AND SOLE AGRNT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
& CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartholomay Roc' ester Beer,
.'he brewings are unequalled for purity and
flavor; constantly on baud In kegs '—
bottled. Mineral waters In all
thc different flavr -
57 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WII. MINÜ TON, DEL.
fmmodatlnxr drivers. Orders
(ended to. He Ih aim oonnec
47* Polite r
all promptly uti
it It (Ui: lVl«pho
H)
Kxi-haiige. and his signal
my 1-18
\\ T K HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8^
1 T IJONHKD WARE1IOU8F.S pure rye
whiskies from the following celebrated dls
d June 1880.
ted w
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tlllerlfä*
A. OverhoRA <'■»., Jaminry 1879
A. (iiu'kcnlieiini'r ft Bro.,
Sc V *
îi;
y 187».
May 187» ami June 1880.
August 197».
John Gibson, Son A
Is Distilling C
>od< Novi;
Ink (RoH«llng, l*a.,) Fcbr
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
She
1879 and J
1880.
ry. lMO.
N
Tlie Hhovc will he sold clth
Ux paid at the lowest 111
may be seen at this store.
NO. 103 MARKET STREET.
myô-20
In homl
arket rates. Bam pies
FRA It'CIS KELLY A CO.
BAYSTHiAii
f DR. f 0 %
d yesiM
■WÀ0^Ê
■ÆlBEïSdM
EEF0RE-AND-AFTER
Electric Appliances aro sent on 30 Days! Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UN0 OR OLD,
3 suffering from Nitnvocs Dbdimtt,
Lost Vitatjtt, Lack ot Nnnvs Force and
Vigor, Wasting Weaknesses, und all those diseases
of a Kersokal Katuuis reuniting from Anusss and
OruEU Causes. Speedy relief and complete rest»
ration of Health, viqou and Man hood Guaranteed.
The grandoHt dincovery of the Nineteenth Century,
nd at once for Illustrated Pamphlet froe. Address
W
VOLTAIC BELT 60.. MARSHALL. MIQH.
T ii*i»
MTS CF.LLAKEO VS.
Wm
ATTENTION HOUSEKEEPE
BEDS Î BEDS !
: : :■£
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U. S. S. "Vandalia," 3d Bute, Navy Yard, N. Y., December 10th, 1SÎD.
todorc, Earl V. S. A'., Chief of the Bureau of Mt/uipment and ]tn~mUinjt> '
Washington , D. C. Bin : In obedience to your orders of December 8th, I beg leave to enl*
mlt, herewith, the statements to me ol Lieut. Commander G. F. F. Wu.ms, Executive
Officer of this vessel, in reference to the
Com
PATENT ELASTIC FELT MAI TRESSES and PILLOWS.
This statement is made In accordance with the instructions received at thc time the said
articles were issued to this ship for trial, with my approval of the same. J
"THE HITT MATTRESSES AN» P I I, I. O W 8
were placed in thc berths of the »hip oil the 3fith day of Mardi lait, and ht Te, tlierofore,
undergone a trial of something more than eight months.
" The present condition of the Mattresses and Pillows shows that they retain tlielr orig
inal elasticity unimpaired. The surface of the Felt remains even and eraooth, without
having formed Into "lumps" or "knots" to the »lightest extent. In the tropical climate
the Felt was found to be a remarkably cool and comfortable substance to lie upon. It'
waa non-absorbent of moisture, cither from the body or damp atmosphere, and remained
sweet and pure, and free from the slightest objectionable odor under all conditions of at
mosphere.
The Mattresses and Pillows
were also found to be free from vermin of all kinds, at all times. In one room whero
there was a hair Mattress in use, ',he Officer occupying it was troubled with hug vermin,
despite all efforts to prevent the annoyance, hut tho Felt in every Instance remained proof
against the pests.
" As regards the flotation qualities of thc "Fe.it," I would make the following rpport of
the test made by inc. A sample
five inches thick, weighing oue and one-half pounds in the aggregate, was used. The
ticking at one end wus cut away to permit thc water to make its way iu between the sheets
of the Felt, if possible. A chain shackle, weighing twenty-five pounds, wus made fast to .
thc model, which was then placed in the water. At the end of twenty-four consecutive
hours, the upper side of tlic model was still above the surface of thc water; upon being
taken from the water and examined, the model was found to weigh four and one-half
pounds gross weight, the greater part of which weigl t being caused by the water which
thc ticking had absorbed. The water had penetrated the "Felt" only about one-eighth
of au inch.
" I would recommend tho
.
u
$
mod?!'* Mattress, one foot long, ten inches wide, and
PATENT ELASTIC FELT MATTRESSES and PILLOW,S
for thc use of Ofliccr« of the Navy. My opinion is that thc Felt is the most cleanly,
tried in thc Navv,
fortable and durable substance for thc purposes to which it is put,
and it is a most efficient Life-Preserving inuterial as well. Ail the officers of tho ship
rlth me iu thi* opi don, and I strongly recommend thc use
u."!ng these Mattross .** con.*
of these Mattresses aud Pilfcm'H by thc Bureau.
Very respectfully, Your obedient servant,
[Signed] Richaud W. Meade, Commander U. S. N., Commanding.
Commandant's Office, Navy Yard, N. Y., Forwarded Dee. 11th, 1870.
[Signed] W. W. Queen, Captain Commanding.
United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, D.C., Aug. 7,18$2.
Dear Sih : It gives
bitlon, recently held in Berlin, a Bronzed Medal was awarded to you for your exhibifiou
of Life Saving Mattresses, as well also for its superiority over all articles for Beds,Bolsters
and Pillows.
pleasure to inform you that at the International Fishery Exhi
Yours respectfully,
Bpenukh F. Baird, Comm!ssi« i
of Fisheries.
-SOLD BY-
JAMES
MEG RAT TENT,
Sole Agent for the above named MATTRESSES, BOLSTERS ai d
PILLOWS for the State of Delaware.
NO. 419 MARKET STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
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CHEAP JOHN AGAIN !
It will pay parties purchasing TIN or CROCKERY, of
any description, to give him a call and proie to your ow'ii
satisfaction that he sells from 20 to 50 per cent, less than
any liousc^n town. Sales in the evening.
416 MARKET STREET.
15-3111-21
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor
WERNER & CO.'S
O l x a m p a ^> Ti e AV i 11 e,
PRICE LIST.
Per Case 13 Qb*.
34 Pts.
$7.00
^8.00
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Cases
10 Cases
25 Cases
5 per cent..
10 per cent.
15 per cent.
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Puro Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
NEW LIGHT HOUSE COOK !
Nine sizes, extra large oven, heavy eastings, and a sure baker. Tb? Best Stove
in thc market for wood or coal. We call particular attention
oi our country trade to this stove.
Tlie ANCHOR, WELCOME, HOME,
1 OPERA, NEW LA GRANDE, NEC
TAR, IRIS, etc., are our leading .
PARLOR STOVES.
/
will piy you to examine th?m.
i HENRY F. PICKELS,
Nos. 7 & 9 E. Fourth St.
elve prompt aUentiou'Vfc
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dors hy mail rr
REMOVAL !
From S. W. Cor. to X. E Cor. Fifth and King Sts.
WHERE WE HAVE OfENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Wareroom Contains thc Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ever offered in Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from
tte newest designs and at the lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & BEO.
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