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Promi«* to Hit All« «»■»• T<»y Hard Blowa. \ 0 v l».—John !.. Sullivan, JCLvr*«l« ht '•>»» m P ,< ™ puffUtot, writer ,hr , h svm from Wellington: *T wlah you "Sd DUblW "'»t 1 SPUfled lUhj woU I » I will be on band on Monday »<« .Äorembrr », at hi. plan., and d l rrrT ! «î'o(K> In hi. hand., aa .takeholder, to P, 1 h,m Allen for »8,000 a able, -he battle «ÏY In l.ea.lrllle, Colorado, or the !°u « Territory, where there will be no ïfw Interfèrent*. three month, from the Kf »telling the agreement. From the i' nLiiMK'iiit of view X de.lred to retire ring after my fight with Paddy S' » hut a man of my profwwlon K'VallBlf situated. When jUu oice .'III elalm. U»e rhatnph.rj.hlp " » .in. «nr number of new candidate. "In ,in a.il challenge him- If be doe. ÎJJSlK. *P«rtinf nubile say I am " ' jVnd a coward. I know AUen ha. !^n » rattling good man In hla day, bnt he Sftl tears of age and hai trained 27 tfmea. It therefore stand, to reaaon that no old " n „ matter how good he may have Kean whip a good, .troug, game young In under »). I "ever saw Allen, but I |,f doe. nut like to be hit hard, but if it .r Tiret In (tout of hlm I will ahow him „'.von, but 11 It la in my power I'll hit Mtl b.rddr than ever I hit a man before. I So Let It 1 5U0 lo 82,000 that I'll lick him mshort order. I ab»U hava Jo* Ooa* to tnin 00/ . - jolllT.n also «»ml« on a oopy of an agree „„.„I he hai mada to apar on December» 2J l J«mea Elliott, at ilther Chloago, Pitts tnrt or Milwaukee, a. may hereafter he L.jld. They are to fight under tho Mar Mkof tfueernbury rulra, with amall aolt Lr», lu a 24 foot ring, and If Sullivan .il» ui »'op or knock out Elliott iu lour mind. Elliott I. to have all the gate money, iillujn and Elliott each have put up 8500 Will.» 0 ha ESlf lorn Allen. Hie ex-ehsmplon heavy weight Mii'S to-day that he w ould lie at I,rri Ulll's to-inorrow cyeulng, to meet snliivrn and make a mtteh with him. • There I» a hitch In the business," Allen ,]] .irn-r where the fight will come off. yi lacker names Louisiana. For my part fam willing to fight anywhere, hut I am In lacker', hands and will have to do aa he jUIph weighs about &C pounds. He er «r'a la train d.nvn to ITS or 1T0. MDKNIN« HU.MMAKV. •-'V ..I Two ilMthe from yellow feyer were re ■ola yesterday. ' Ur "live set Idanket mill," at Otter g l>r Ma'.ai'hu.rtte, wa. burned on Friday ,1-bt. F-8,000. Io I quarrel at Lead City, Dakota, on Sutrdiv evening, Boyd Hick III» was struck 4-ii by a blow from Timothy Coleman'. rurt.'l in ren M Ml»s Amelia Kohler, 10 yrar® of mro, died to WaJiinjrton on Saturday evening, from t!eeffects of rat poison, tukeu with cutridal The macliine and blarkßmith shop« of the Mufi^tran r«r and 1'neine Work®, in De iP't. ®>r'' burned on Friday night. Lo«a, Üi.OO'». ItUrpportM that 30 men were killed by Ipd'iiis ui-ar CjirlltA®, Mexico, a few day® ifowxi that troop® havu l»oeu sent after the A atigi». Tlie <'GiTi['rt«itor® on tho Drily Courier of ^tm .Lcoreia, havo ffivt-u two week® notice •fide n incrcBt«' ol Mice Bradley, of the 8upreme Court, of «he d dénié« that ho intend® re «fliiînt, and Bitot nr? ; gT 4 tUi'OUi." TheGreenfiol 1 Tool Company, of Orange, UnwhuH-tt*. has auspeuded, in conoe q«*!i »' .m attachment for $7..>00,* issued against it l.y a New York creditor. Harvey and Kilpatrick #f ibe WrtMu IMf-trict of North Carolina, hi»r been *rre#ti*d on the charge of ^>rc *eniifi* frsululent account® to the Trca ll f. Ô cent® per thousand cm®, •nts. the rumors of hi® retire •t erf for at/. • vfir Tallafom» and Malcom Palmer, both wlur'i,', fouirlit. on »Saturday, in Mont pxi'rvci.uutr, Virginia. The former uimmI »V." 'Ij< »Htt. ru raxor, ®jm! Taliaferro J» L'cnMy < ut that hi® recovery is Will; Sporost, nipht clerk of the Bour jaHotel, in Pari®, Kentucky, wa® fatally av by Joseph Hodman In a bar room t^ro.ou Saturday nicht. 'awoumipil in Wit him first. Atfff'linir t«» the Coroner'® verdict, the , '.. explosion iu the Forrest City r w " r!i - M Cleveland, Ohio, by which fKr*»tiis were killed and about ùfteen wn injured, ao® an "accident for which »oticii to I*, blamed." Thedireasp frmn which Lot M. Morrill I. _ffiDg I* chronic Inflaramatioa of the "JJ "- IPs conditlou I® such that hi® at. o',' **0 «H hoj>e of hi® re n tt»s mind remain» clear, and he Wit»» hi» coiallth United StaU* l 1 ^ indie we 0 Kuswll and Redman, who the arm, allege® thatfleerest * ffrand Jury, at St. t^d E. E. Carpenter, Wil tud 8. D. Cmuhto u, forex i3iiu fraud®. It ha® alao IndlcLxJ ■' irren. cx-U-ller of th« Third National Iuj $ISS,000. while going home drunk, U Wuse, New York, on Friday night, L . R the road after putting a lighted fofj',' pfx'ket, and wa® ®o badly in k not expected to recover. », U Lis clor hing wa® burned from hi® ». U ture with fund was IN or knS-1.! unn,nffl,4m > * workman at »hiurJav' * "Ipn'ngham, Alai.«ms, kiMsat .» ,n " rnl "ff I'ft his work, » »Iked «Wlirfö '■ , '''t'Po»ltP, climbed to the * , "'' u . tk . *"d, when the bell wa. jumpoa Inudforemost Into the II 0 had been melancholic for ilsvs. Ivl'ûï® 1 **' "f -'flMlsilppI hua fr,,-, ,, "• M»nnlng elected Congre«« »Iï, .! ! S ?' ni1 '»«»riet, and the Gov i, i',,, 1 !' 11 "certificate to Mauulng. -ton.;;., ''•■• ».ttBo tho tally aheet of btj.jj ; , . Ï.S00 vote» wore cant W , Cliahn,.^h ult,lou * h l,u ' ticket® k! 'Ü*! '> r Robert Loth c k butl MON E . Pratt and Frank _! , r r* lort '(l, at Goldsboro, North n, urder of « white man 8 » ,un, »y- Pritt -I,, , " 5* banged and Moore— J»0id r™ ï, 6 * 1 '' 1 bl » guilt—to be Im •tn. v t ' ai " ,n the penitentiary. *i!l), ni w orcd mcn the jury. "•Oen wu "enteneed In Cln •f V"2î y î! h " h » n 8 ï<1 for the uu t»,Jexecution to take —l M r.:! "' March next. It Is hl> IN en . , ' , e former luving been *M. The '" ,ic "llty by the Supre »> of which lie wa» found hih: """ ll, «t Ih broad daylight Re«k, who fatally Instar,, " u ' E. Auderson on 10,000 III re G" «eam-i for " hcl !»»• bWU I NinWcit, vJ' fi TrrrUori,dKnUr, ' ^1 m . . ' I ''red», the nsmsget bo C ri ", ntiiwiti . ' 19 9 " 0 S''d tliat tho H'^rgeJ | lir , l "'. ?? <llri lf Reek's acqult ^•"nli'ror." 1 w ' !, ' 11 »K » "poltroon kk lrmihn! ni e 0f ,ub! erlbcr» to tho '«torZ ,bl "i. fun ? New Yo Weventort . } hc 'nventlgnting L ' G 1 i 1; , rB l»ort eettlog forth "that ^kklng f„„,i 9|v ; nt "rtennibly for the * had I i i0 n, y two Items of expen. lJ 1 ! , »l«!ihV „ennnceilon with SJ' refer ih ,K 0Jl ' ct - Those, It is t, '»>*. *'«•. « L, l' ure h**e of two rams, £•7 Wn/S?' «»<* Mr. Brestin's ■. 'endence * n j cnnstnie Vg 11 « ivimrj, 1 ,, Uommttteo supplc K*ltlW „V 'y "king to be < 'sceorded Ä n J Proof to snb . . e< '* '"'fore . secret trl 'rustect desire It, s public i.t, 1.1,370 mailt* Or, N. Ml b. In was Cora lh and 20 trial young and A time, state Copy their Afi' M '7."i"*w h * u V M before hs b« fHM, N-wlth R«nrw»r. «1 of Mine itosrot; co.N'Ki.iRu'fi riorinv, Hm |a «aid to Bava l-r«<tlct«il • ««not ai RopubUean Itofeiu. »■"*»*. Not - 19 --Tti« Time, pub llaht* th« following d(.patch from Waalilur W>n: One of tho«« peculiarly fortunate per. Jjff* fho enjoy the prifllege of occaalouaUy lutcniiiffto the oracular utterance« of e*. •anator Roacoe ConkHnif «aid here to-day that Mr. Conklin^ before the convention at narau>ira foiej>uw t tie rourKe of oveote, and g cedteted h eliftial defeat, not only cpotillcnu State ticket In New fork, but tor the whole party Id all the State*. On the ncca.lon when Mr. Conklin* turned hla alten ; Ion from the practice of the law to forccaat the future T<»y you d l to the no the the doe. am ha. he old I if him hit I to he lor the _ - of the tuat waa to "lie borne down bidden and abhorrent __, I» represented a. having very contempt.» ou« y referred to the rourae of the Admlnla tration as being absolutely devoid of state*, man.hlp, and at certain to prove aa de» .tractive aa It bad been almle.a and puerile Mr. Conklin«', view, are aald to hava been given lu the praacne* of a very few Stalwerta who were not of the Bmytli-Sharpe-Wheeler 1 llijnc, who run the alleged State campaign ...h... u a|J j theyaolmprcaed no further In party by for '' be ha bidden lorcfa, for lli« H«i>ubllcans, w..** *., hi® hearer» that they took tarest In the canvas®, and discouraged all thely personal friend® by repeating the dole ul prediction to them. It wa® not stated that tho cT'äenktor took upon hlmaelt any of the blame lor the defeat which he prophesied or Intimated that Republican overthrow ws® to ba a legacy of Conk* llngiam. "Itoutfti on Cora®.'* Ahk for Well®' "Rough on Corn®.'* 15 cents. Quick, compléta, pannanent CJorus, wart®, buuion®. cure. W a Daal In Hats, Caps and Knr. lively. All our attention, Ume and facilitie® for busine®® Iran »actions are wholly devoted to tul® one branch of trade, and we are, there fore, enabled to oiler unu»uul advantage to all buyer®. K. If. Kuinford <fc ßro». IIH Mitr ket htreet. L*olu. at In he r/ % LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEGETABLE COMPOUm). f** a Po*!fiv# Core Va» «il thflW Palnfal Complotât® and WnImm ■ ton to onr be«» female fopalatlon. A Wedldnn fbr Tfoman. Invrntefl by a Woman. Prepared by a Woman. Tb® flrmlMl I«Uf*l DWrrj Saratb® Dm ®f RlsUry. t3Tlt revive® th« (lrooptn® spirit«, (arlfforatm and liaomnoiE'»« th« orsraate fancTlon«, «lv®® ela®Md»f and flrnmrm to the step, reator*® the natural lastr® to the «y»*, and pivot« on the pale check of wennaa tho fktwh iwe® of life's rprtnjf and early summnr Mme. rüT"Phy®jclanf Use It and Presorlbe fl Freely I» removos folntncm, llvtuUnry, destroy® oil envrtn® for stinmliuit, and relieve® weakness of *he stomacb. That foolin? of boorfng down, cao-Hng pain, weight and barkiicho, I® alwa jn permanently cured by Its «se. F®r the care of Kidney Cemplafnt® wf either sex this Compound I® Qoa«rpoM«d. mu r PütKnAÜF« Jdll crmlicnfe every mined, and k1*o tone and ddUL Xorditon BMMM» PURIFIER of Humors from th® fit Both th® Compound and Blood Purtflcr aro prepared •t ta and XtS Western Arena*», Lynn, Mass. Price at either, $L fli t bottle® for $3. Bonn by moi) In th® f erf pith», or of loc-ojrcs, on rnonlpt of price, $1 per bo* for elttior. Mrv. Pinkham frwly onswors oU letton of Infjnirj. Encioee Sut. stamp. Bond for pamphlet. X ]r -hould h® wit hont LYDIA B. MNR'IAW'I LIVKU 1 'Ii.IjH. Thcr cur® coustlputlon, and torpidity of th«lî*nr. 83 cent® per bos. IFHold by all lhuffgi»t«.1EV of ISM® '*We do hereoy certify that arr«ngrpj> , ut« for all the Monthly uod ,H«ml Aoutiat Drawing) of'ITic LouUlanu State Lottery * otupmiy. super, l*e dlu peraop mnnngc and control the Drawing* iheiUM-lros, and that ill« asm« are con ducted with honesty, fnlriiemt, and la good fa'tb toward all parties, and suthoaUe the co o this certlHcaie, with fat-slmlr* attachiMl, In It«advertisement#." Hlguat Commlselaaors. TTNPRECEDRNTRD ATTRACTION! U OVER HALF X MILLION DISTRIBUTED. Ixiuisiana State Lottery Co. Incorporated ln 1WK for 25 ye®rs by the Legisla ture for Educational and Cnarltaige purposes— with a capital of 41,000,«©— to which a reserve fund of |350,ouo has since )>nen added. overwhelming popular vote Its franchise was made a part of thu proeentHtalc Constitution adopted l>eooinln*r 2«l. Â. J>., 1K78. ITS UK AN D HINULE N UMBER DRAW IN UM will take place monthly. It or poatpoues. Look ■y scales at tho fallowing dlsfrl butl GRAND PROMEN ADE CONCERT unring which will tâke'TiiiK'C t!ic 15lai UK A \U MON rllLY mid the K\ll<AORDINARY NKM1 ANNUAL DRAMINU AT NKW OHLEANM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER Wh, 1H«. Under the E ursnnal supervision :tnd nianagenient of GEN UAL O. T. BK AU HKD ARP or La., and GENERAL JD BAL A. KARL Y of Va. Capital Prize, $100,000, *#-yOTICE.-TICKRTB ARE TEN DOLLARS ONLY. HALVE®, $5, FIFTHS, $2. TENTHS, II. LIST OF PRIZKS I Capital Trlso of Çioo.noo., 1 Grand Prlac of ßo.ono . .U rne of 3», I»©.. 2 Large Prizes of 4 Large Prize« 20 Prizes of 59 Prize* of 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of «00 Prize® of 10,000 Prises of .flop, 000 .. NY,000 »*,000 .. 10,001» . 20, ono 2\nno . 25.000 . 8».onn . «o.onn ,. at*, non .. 100,000 I". of i 000 I BOO » ! ' APPROXIMATION PR IKK® 100 Approximation Prises of 1200.. lto •• " ion.. .$ 20.0(0 The fond. in I* n 1.1,370 PiiEes, amounting to. Application for rnt*'« to clubs should only he mailt* to the office ofthecompany tn New Orleans. Vor Infhrmotlon apply to ....$ r )-r2,60U Th< «1 M. A. DAUPHIN, k Orleans, La. Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at 807 Seventh Street, Washington, D. C. N. B.—Orders addressed to New Orleans wfl l»ovl6-d, 6*-wA* receive prompt Frank James' Surrender. AGENTS WANTED; 1 1 10 » For the Illustrated Lives and ad ventures of Frank and Jesse Tame« and the Younger Brothers, tho noted Western Outlaws. By Hon. J. A. Dams, Ph. I>. A and thrilling account of their bold operattoua for 20 vears, in s« many States and Territories, with graphic description of the death of Jesse, the render of Frank, and th® preliminaries of hla trial on a score of Indictment« for Murder and Htghwav Robbery. Profusely Illustrated with engravings of the outlaw an hoys aud men. young w|vo« and Utile children, the Ford hoys and (mothers engraved from actual photographs. A BONANZA FOR AGENTS! Send for full particulars and he convinced that this is the most salable and profitable book published, or to save time, send »«. at once for Cauvasslng book and state your choice of township. Outfit sod Bam pi® Copy seat prepaid for ®l.50. Address, S. V. THOMPSON A CO.. PiD".. N. Wt Owv. »th «»a Broad wsv, New Y er ■ ■«1 L6O0 " r» hv P'ost setsj (heir 1,900 azortmm. >1 A. H "St ; f ft t y % d! ' ARGUMENT. IF WE CAS give TOC clothing equal in evert respect TO cus tom MAKE at ONE-THIRD LESS COST AND GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT SHOULD WE N.»T BE ENTITLED TO A SHARE OF TOUR PATRONAGE OR AT LEAST A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF OUR aOODS BEFORE YOU CONCLUDE A PURCHASE. FALL AND WINTER STOCK TET UNBROKEN, NOTWITH STANDING THE RUSK LATELY MADE ON OUR LINES. A. 0. YATES A CO., LEDGER BUILDING, Chsstnut and Sixth sts. PHILADELPHIA. Mptiniaa-M QUR ASSORTMENT -or • OVERCOATS c VI \ \ Cannot be beaten, either in Style, Goods or Price, for Men Youths' Boys' or Children, ltock bottom prices and all clothing guaranteed as repre sented at John H. Moore s 228 MARKET ST. -TIÏE OLD AND RELIABLE CLOTHING HOUSE, Full lines of all kinds of Goods lor Winter wear. Call to-day and examine them. novHfrjanl-128 TTT 50™ POPULAR MONTHLY DBAW1N« OF TUB MONTHLY DBAW1N« OF TUB h' I B I il In thr rity of LOÜISTILL®, or Thursday, November 30th '82. drawings occnr monthly under provisions act of the General Assembly of Kentucky. United States Circuit Court on March 81 rendered the following decision: First—That the Commonwealth Distribution Company is legal. Hrrnnn-Its drawings are fklr. The C ompany has now on hand a larr« reserr« fond. Read carefully the list of prizes ef the Th< Bt «1 NOVEMBER DRAWING. f Ml 060 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 1 Prise 1 Prise.... Prise.... 10 Prises, l » - ■ 'each. M v Tm ■«1 L6O0 l * A ppro^^nation 2,760 1,000 M " no 160 " m r» 1112,400 WHOLE TICK ET*. 02. HALF TICKET», 01. 27 Tickets, $5»; WTlekets, flOO. Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter or send hv Exr«' CM - Don't send by Registered Letter or P'ost Office Order. Orders ef $5 and upward by setsj t &• vsasitantrASS 1,900 Prises ZT UQVOR rm'jT.rnn. QRANGK UHOVK PITRE RYE WHISKY; —11» FACT— BT * By the goLon or bottle. TUB. 1» JAMES A. KELLY 1 Uniform In Absolute! y pu re r ye. fob and deUoate In flavor. . .... A anre >n4 .all. tonic. A reliable stimulant *. W. OOR. TENTH ANDOBANGB STS. mv6-Iy-ai QJ-1 pUSME-LlflUO u] JOHN P. DONAHOE, O -BOTTLER AND SOLE AGENT OK WILLIAM MASSEY A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA jHc, Porter and Brown Stout, —ALSO— a Celebrated Bartbolomay RecV.ester Beer. Jbe brewing» are Ube.|ualled for -urlly and bbl.tsatly on hand In krj. or bottled. At Inoral water* la alt the different, flavor*. OF 5'7 and 519 ORANGE STREET, WILMIXtiTON, DKL. •»"Polite »ml occomui'i'UUiii/driver*. Ordrr* Ho I® alto conaec ue.*l With fho ToJophone Exchauge. and hi* slaual U-my l-l® W E HOLD IN 8TOKK AND IN U. 8. BONDED W A R K. 11 o USES pure rye UUerli? rrWm lUe fulluwln * celebrated dl® A. Overholt t C/O. , Janunrv 18T9 and June U80. A. (iuekrnlieliner A Bn»., 5l»v «87®. u.n'„ < . it ÄM ÜU ^ Co -/ a,h > *«79 and Jane 1880. Han ills Distilling Co., August 11,79. Sherwood, NovemlM'.r 1*7® and June 1880 18 " Thr above tax paid at may be ■ ; .*ds will be 8oH either In bond Hie lowest market rat«*®. MaiapK» at this «ton . v NO. 108 MARKET 'sTREKT. mrV2n FRANCIS KELLY ft (X). » Ait xj; irs viJHE, K. M c DtHeaMe is rfl/'ct, not a cause, Its ortxltWJ® within ; Its maul fest« uons wtthenf. Uenc® 1 ?«) cure the alt>ea»e the cause must be removed, am » other way c«n a cure ever be effected WAHNEK'S SAKE KIDNK\ AND LIVE. LURE Is established on m»t tills principle, real 1res that v * In 95. Per Cent. of all dise» sc« ans*- from deranged kidneys and ,,v w r ' •&? ,l at erne at the root of the difll cnlty. The «Iciiients of which It Is composed act directly upon these great organs, both as a food and restorer, and by placing them In a healthy condition, drive dlseas«- and pain from the system. » F ?. r , rije tunumerahle troubles caused by hr. lioaUhy Rldpey. Llyer an® Urinary Organs ; for the dlsfresHlng IMsoj «tors of W'ouujû \ forValarla, and for physical uernuiremer-- ^ f rreat reme.fi notations oiauu ; raugeinenls generally, this y Ims no en uni. He ware oi l in posters, mations and concoctions a®1<! to bejust asgood^ for WAJiNKB'b'SAKKDlA BETES CÜHK.' For Bale by all dealers. H. H. WARNER A (X),, ROCH EB TER, S. 1. ffùnted ACJEMTSî A(;ë.YTS! /UiEYTSf For GEN. DODGE'S bran' ntw book, entitled Thvrty-Thrce Years Among OUR WILD INDIANS! .«w raco rl of t»i, s»»«,, , rku*-Tb~.r _» —- Tl ^^***** M„jmy sv Ak/um With ®a ahl® lo trod ueBaa By Gen. Sherman. This vor» vu .1 now nheerltM* fc, fc, * na bï ^ O" GmM,Oen. ^endm, Om. Hancock, and thoruamitoi Em hienl Mom. Oa*. Grant Jr* tin* Ufa it aft* lent book oa . . . , Bishov Wjlrv (Methodist) »- nkabroko/tmmcnsnvaltie:- Illsthooak/auth«,, . _ w Indians wer pabllshed. fully rsvsal tof * orre * doings, «zplolts, «ta. Il b («plst« with »b rilling Mrpsrisnce« ol th« Aothor, and of lo mMMjh'oata, Trapp«», Cow-boys, Minera, Border Ruffians. etp -» rirldly poiWaylaf Life In the Great West as It mow k Wi, 1 h ! " Ml ft»»P«.»»p .nd S.pu. Ohrarao-LHhopuh Pl.tu i„ 15« lc ,., t^r, olw»vra r S, others 10 tel. Wo ctnjrtitim. 1 gents average 10 lo SO o rders ad ay. We want lOOO more «gents at encc. Wc r / "T'TT;f 0r7/ m,i '* rnaat ,ermt ci, ' rn - Onr largo «Iron* 1st» with full particulars tcnl/m. A «ns Bpochnen rial« ssnt tn arid a >on for a 8 c? nl stamp. Xddreae the apte pub . A. D. WORTHINOTON * CO., HaarroBD, Cos*. * eep25-d6td >4 . , r I ; pw * dr. * a* BYESI *•? », / ÆELT*| BEFORE—AND — AFTER Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days 1 Trial. TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD, W HO are suffering from Ntavoua Dmuutt. Isvbt Vitality, T.M:k or Neutr Porcs and Vigor, Wasting Weakkbmmm. and all those diseases \l N*tvrr resulting fr< ». Spc*vly relief and complete •tii.N wtiHond Manhood ouauantred. of a PeMojrv Ahcres and Otiirr Capsw ration of Hrai _ I _ The grandi »t discovery of the Nineteenth Century. 0rnd at once far lllusti ated Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC BELT CD.. HIAIISHAll, MICH. Ito TEA ! TEA ! TEA ! Od® Hundred Chests of verr choice crop TEAS Just received, among thsm ourjustly famous 50 and 00c. These goods all chotee brands and ohop and deserve a trial by all lovers of good TEAS. We are also constantly receiving new invoices Clielco Java, Mocha, Rio, of COFFEES. Lagnavra and Maracaibo Coffees. Coffee, 12 , ia 18, V), 22 and choice Breakfast Coffee Which Is nneqftalled anywhere. Our Coffees noasted ander personal supervision. Pure Spices a specialty. CRIPPEISr'S —TEA 8TORE— No. 5, E. Second St., WÜ., Del. BAU t ARB WMBMZ.YBAMMTTM. •THE DAILY GAZETTE, u 18 -VNOK& —WITH— New Features. The Only Democratic Daily in the State ! FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS Reports by Telegraph. ALL THE LOCAL NEWS - of A LIVE PAPER For "LIVE" People ONE Only One Cent, CENT, Six Cents per Week. Twenty-five Cents per Month. SERVED BY CASHIERS IN All. TARTS OE THE CITY. Bt Mail, Postage Paid: One year, $3.00 in advance. Six months, $1.55 in advance. Three months, 80c in advance. 1. -THE Tl DELAWARE GAZETTE ( WEEKLY. ) A Paper for the Whole Peninsula. THE FARMERS' FAVORITE .TOURNAI.. CROWDED WITH LOCAL AND TELÏPPAFHIC NEWS. The Cheapest Paper Published in the State. specially to reach the Agricui tural Classes. A First-class Advertising Medium for those who desire Terms• One year, $2.00 in advance. Six months, $1.10 in advance. Three months, 60c in adyance. ADDRESS: BELL & TAYLOR, NO. 5 oa KING STREET, upSfilTWi. or . . \ MTßCELLAJrBOTTK. ATTENTION HOUSEKEEPEÏ BEDS! BEDS'! 18 l. S. S. "Vandalla," M Rate, Natt Tann, N. V., Uecambcr lilth, Oommodon, Karl Kafllth, V. 3. X., C'A lefoflhe Iinr.an Kq»lpm*»t and » WatMngton, D.'C. Stn : Iu obedience to your orders of December 8t!i, I beg l«av« to aid mit, herewith, the atatemciitato me of I.iect. CoMMattnen Q. V. F. Wilok,B usontfy ■ Ofilcer of thla veaael. In refereaee to the ■'* PATENT ELASTIC FELT MATTRESSES and PILLOW Thla.tateraont la made In accordance with the Instruction« received at the t'Mfike article* were lssueil to this ship for trial, with my approval of the "THE PB LT MAÎTRESSE» I? sarae. AND PILLOWi wore placed in the berth» of the ahip on tho 20th day of Marc h lait, and have*« undergone a trial of aocnotUIoip moro than ei^ht month®. " The preaent condition of the Mattresaea and Pillow® ®ho , , , , ,v ® that they retalnUwir èj» SH iuul elasticity unimpaired. The anrfaee of the Felt remains even and «mooth, witbou: having formed Into "lumpa v or "knot®" to tho slightest extent. In the tropi*U oil mat tire Felt wes found to be a remarkably cool and comfortable substance to lie upon. It, Wa. non-absorbent of moisture, either from the body or damp atmosphere, and iwmatlMtt tweet and pure, and free fhun the slightest objectionable odor under all couditkm of «t mospherc. « "THE MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS were also found to to free from vermin of all kind., at all times there was a hair Mattress la In one rmn when 'U' - , '.he Offlccr occupying It was troubled with Lug vermin, despite all effort, to prevent the annoyance- but tho Felt In every instance remained prool against the pests. " Aa reganU the flotation qualities of the "Felt," I would make tho following report of the teat, made by roe. A sample or "modal" Mattress, one foot long, ten Inches wide, ami five inches thick, weighing one and ooe-half pounds Iu the aggregate, was used Th ticking at one end was cut aw.y to permit the water to make Its wav Iu («tween th« sheet of the Felt, if possible. A chain shackle, weighing twenty-five pounds, was mate last to : the model, which was then placed In the water. At the end of twenty fonr couaecutlv, hour., the upper side ol the model was ,U11 above the surface or the water : upon belnp taken from Il.e water and examined, the model waa found to weigh four and one-halt ' pounds gross weight, the greater part of which welglt being caused hy the water which I the ticking had absorbed. Thr water had penetrated the "Fell" only about in e i gh th ' of an Inch. • 7 j8i " I would r.'CO'irn *n l the PATENT ELASTIC FELT MATTRESSES and PILLOWS for the - of Officers of the Navy. My opinion is that the Felt Is the most cleanly, com- i fortablc and durable substance for the purposes to which It Is put, «ver tried In the Nsvv and it is a most efficient Life Preserving material as well. All the officers of the ship È using the« Mattresses concur with me In this opinion, and I strongly recommend the of these Mnttreeses and Pillows hy the Bureau. " use Very respectfully, Tour obedient servant, [Signed] Bichard W. Mïade, Commander U. 8. N., CmnmABdtag Commandant's Office, Navy Yard, N. T., Forwarded Dec. 11th. 187!). Vig [Slgued] W. W. Qcef.n, Captain Commanding. United Slalcs Commls.tonrrof Fish and FIsheilcs, Wasrikgton.D.C., Aug. 7 188? Dear Sir : It gives me pleasure to inform you that at the International Fishery Rrht hltlon, recently held in Berlin, a Bromed Medal was awarded to you for vour cxhlbWo. ■ ' i'pnf' lV,n8 "1"™'*"' " 8 "' :i n ' f,> for " s ,u P erlorlt 3- over all articles for licla.Bolsters 1 and Pillow«. \ ours re«imctfully, . ^ 5 Spencer I*. Baird, Commissioner of Fit-heritor /J? --SOLD BY JAMES M EG RAT T BN, Sole Agent lor the above named MATTRESSES, BOLSTFRS PILLOWS for the State of Del and aware. NO. 41W MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. .,. r -_ y _ no v3-l m-m w f- Jt2t*-14S NEW LIGHT HOUSE d)OK ! Mn»! sizes, extra large oven, heavy castings, and a sure baker. The Best Stovft in the market for wood dbal. oi our country trade to this stove. We call particular attention The ANCHOR, WELCOME, HOME OPERA, NEW I.A GRANDE, NEC- ' TAK, IMS, etc., PARLOR STOVES'! / our Jfftdtag ■ n will pxr you fro eviulnc tltOMv K HENRY F. PICKELS, Nos. 7 9 E. Fourth St. t atlttttgty .John; Healey: NO. 205 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. •Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor WERNER & CO'S (J h M ht p azgn e W i it e, TRICE LIST. Per Cose 12 Qts. <lo 2+ Pt». 87.00 88.00 DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES. 8 Case® 10 Case® 35 Case® 5 per cent. - 10 per cent. 18 per cent. IMPORTED BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT. IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS. Pure Rye Old Star Whisky, Diamond O Whisky. -E REMOVAL ! From S. W. Cor. to X. E. Cor. Fifth and King Sts. where h .: have o »f.ned a new Steam Marble and Granite Works. Our TVairroora Coniain® the Largest and Choiecrt Srlection of MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, BTC., V. Ever offered in Delaware, made expressly for onr new wareroom from tLe newest designs and at the lowest prices. . v _ DAVIDSON & BKO. _5 __ __ ___ M*4str CHEAP JOHN AGAIÎTi It will pay parties purchasing TIN or CROCKERY, «f any description, to give him a call and prove to your own satisfaction that lie sells from 20 to 50 per cent, loss than any house in town. Sales in the evening. cd 416 MARKET STREET.