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", „. t.oett Olobe-Hemorrat. ]
jOüfrtP 0 "' W fctch liave euffercd an
«^»ftime, appear to b. under
•dip*» '»■ , ", Here la one that la eo
Ji'Jïj« It 1. usually
"^ .inMorllfuorant peraoua who «
^ mi In tbl"case the apparition wa*
, persons almultaueously, both
te" -, p,,f«eMtd of more than oommou
•CnraÏTïlsr bad a sister who was
^ I m e of the met (rifled women of
prlroDM u,e name-sake or I'atrick
k* ,d *l' „ lI the net of Jefftraon. She lived
""iLÄr, 1 Governor Tyler, at Orem»
' 1 '" „ riiarlis t hy County, Virginia. One
"k, »h lo sleeping in Iho bed with u
* to a roonii aouian of her own tge, she
I ,uw her mother, who had been
mouths, sitting In the window
- ,, a bright ulgiil I" summer, and
***•,, L window »sa the h«d of a younger
^ „ was an Infant at the time of her
wf' h The apparition leaned over
T'îli ld and ga»d Intently ou It. Mir»
, X'mhe?ed to have heard that an np
would remain a, long ns the eyes
P* rlli on It. hhe looked steadily at
*Ä "east alarm. Now cornea the
"™; part of the story. The girl lying
[ft« sil" said quietly, "Marla, there I»
mother." Then the form melted away,
jo," rears aftarward, altar Governor
W.duth, his daughter was et Oreenway
" ' g W was then raarrlod and was vlsltlnf
• Wife of her brother, Prealdent Tyler,
fcass absent In Washington, being Id the
One night or.o of Mrs. Tyler'«clill
S Warns 111. «nd her sister In-law wont
jethemirsery to help take care of It. She
"J" „,1 that sho should get a remedy
him her own room, and taking a candlo In
iïïâDd, eturted for It. On her retort., as
LmwI the «tali case, she saw her father
7,A,, before her. Thu same Idea flaal.ed
aloha.mind that aha could hold the ap
l.r her died gaze- Sho observed
..fully, and rccoguTied
, „i.l . li which ahn had sometime» aoen
Zftmrnorwuar, and she vraa self poe
«Lii enough to look for a mole
a-Stdl which » as a hlrUi mark.
\ ler jfter w aiting some mluutes, called to
p, to hasten, whereupon the flgure vau
That President
»woke »
4e*d K •»
«I
Il
uriii.iii
» certain suit of
it <* r
hl«
Mrs.
m I
MUHNI.NO 8IIM3IA11Y.
Hon Tl.urlow Weed Is »till very week aud
trite* nuorlehmeiit. Vleltor. me for
HI 1 I. 1 «.
Tli r.porU uf e »mell-pox epidemic at
Oau,ii!>itr.i, Tenu., ere declared to be ab
nluirly ful.-e
Anißcinditry Are »t Perry, III., on Suu
.lfhtr«-r»*d the Tratucript priuting oflicc.
lofc,iU,SOO.
An incendiary lira yc^tcrdijr burned the
ni iictnrv of the North Way no Tool Com
piny, at North Wayne, Me.
BorgUr* robbed the sale In the store of J.
Henry, Sun «V Co., at Beams ville, Ont., on
iidny nitfbt of $6,000.
Clark Bros' pulp mill, at Keetc ville, N. Y.,
n- totally destroyed by lire on Bunday
. about St2,000.
William L. White, «unk on
>
1
■nine. I.
Tfcs tcho<
kr.day morulng off Cape May, was owned
h parties iu Tauuton, Ma«»., sud was
Hilled at M.SUO.
A mfetiu.tr of Now York dealers in
hm-il'i] jKtrk Is called for to-day, with a
t!et o 'informing to the rules of the
ik Board ol Trade.
Leonard Deckerhoof, a clerk for Barber Sc
\ci. drain duller» at Canto, Ohio, forged
«* to a check ior f(68. drew the
'».'ul t.c.ipud.
v.i ,, ' nlk'lit in Iho veneer factory of .T.
» jj ' v \ 200 aud 208 East Forty first
completely gutted tho
t.f
C.'
Km;. S; ,v I
plate. Li-», :
•lO.
was shot and killed
Àftirn J. Mitcht* -, , . „ ..
l»G&x!ikiiicoiintv 1 ( ''•.■"' Friday eve.
»^tj AtanüwL. in «
-ii*. of a fa. v'blch they
orxed ccDjoiuily.
Daniil Build aud George Shirt
div I 'U.'ht in a blacksmith shop u'® »**'*
trry, Out., with closed doors. nlrtoi? emtue
ts: siune, and Budd wa» subsequa
fc. ! dead In tho shop. Sbirton was »
?
A difficulty occurred on tu <vxcureion
-'■ nur VVeliiou, N. C., on #atur
between an unknown whit« passenger
UTliomasJohnson, colored, during which
ft. -alter was sbot aud killed. The mur
^ jumped from the train and made bis
* •:
ttesttjje from Columbia lo Ca«pbclls
L ', Kv, was robbed yesfcerdejr morning
from tbe latter place by oue
jek. :asn. There were In the stage Mrs.
p vf ï II loom lug ton, Ind.; lion. Moeea
• Lerer of Columbia, and S. C. Kdwards
■burton, Iowa.
t*'j Dl
Mco
[k lirpt a
Montray, nged about 00 year»,
m;uII uroeery at Lockport N.
i »ul uml with his two eons, aged
wag. y *jt) aud 22 years, died
to-ityflrom tho effects of a clubbing, and
Jw^have been held to await tbo result
■ the Co
Sunday
'k lavesUgalion.
» II, nu employe of th© West
J^IUurual Company, was klilod on
iiis r i.t at the depot lu R mdout, N.
riding on tbs pilot of the en
a misplaced switch turned the
•minor, cuusing it to collide with
'L r uu the siding.
!" Henry Willi» Bassett, .
"'-Ü of IluntsTille, Ala.,
^<utuiuumr*re«i(lcutphy»lclaii at Blount
Ala.,, a a» yesterday shot and killed
V kvi ktoiinnr, a Im mer. Tbe trouble
"I an account betwaan tho two lor
pruiebsioual services.
manufacturer of jewelry
JjV* " r(j a(iway, New York, has failed
a . a'.jlitiea ertlinated at upward of
w M. Jii« busiucss w as affected by a
«'.rv 11 f lo.poo worth ot dlaioouds li
IW1. Ab-.ut W0,000 of the lu
»iu«
I. Ur'
hi'Hia th
a prominent
■ and lor
'•
We
; ■ BL'i'.urtsd by eolliitursla, »ud >t
'™t;liUlie Ubsete will rtulizu 40 to 50 per
Li'hvay aciMent ut Indian Pond, N. F.,
■uidtjy Gening wm caussd by a cow
toil il , lu ^' A car routaiuing a large
iim'Tk J al,orere wa * thrown off the track
j. -Jiü Koche, Frank liarronaud Matthew
%'.*£»*"**- ' r ° bn K ? an # William
WteV' 1 ium Mcdie y aud John Grant
.it *?!??■*' Wou udetl ami sc fera l otluus
p M, « bt *y injured.
1 *"'^ an Englishman, agflo
iurjj.Li '"'IT 11 ? wor ked in the nHgh
^ICUI n,K ,H /> Ura Gnt -* hUt WhO
krdiv r , t, States for a year,yc*s
^.er .-n,' » wentto lhçi house of his
,nA0 Dfltned Smith,cal led
flol, ; 'W i< »n out, »hot him and then
Maû; lh 5 u k r h the bead. Doth will
Bowq. e * niotlTO ior tho deed Is
as trurdeo, has filed
k f i UrûnV*. ti,at ho hue sold the
B1 ! Ht » u cUoB, uuder the limited
ktiouLnii Con K«'P«s» for $4,700, tho
^tcau Ja rou Kh l by her owners. The
^ïCftml fir, ' t , atUc hL*d by the ßherlff of
Un( ier proceedings in the Ötato
le «wiSr*,? ver u Pward of #75,000, which
Li[| s V j 7 e ^ was obtained by Iraudu
ul ^of ladinj, signed by the
... ' —♦-* ———
Unaouud of Min«
fi Uêinp mw 1 ?, ï ï mn h® was before he be
hSS Wrtu * Health R«n«w«r. fl
20
master.
Mb
Vor Frrah VUh
•'wräi.. kil " ls g° to McC.vilIey - .
' y. .Move S econd. let
*4r,f t, , il 'n
». *«ffoilnB from norrou» or
l',, w Mllt y or impoteneo ehonia «end
fio.. Uarston, Ida Fulton a trout, New
j'.lor^'nicpiete trcetlie on lo»t m»n
^ f: *ntutiu » r r over, fr ee. tU.w
* ®»»1 In Hill, (:» '•» »lid 1'iin. J xolil
„M, »'tentinti, Ume »nd .'tollitlee for
4» 0 „,. , ztectlou, are wholly 18
l«t. ei , M r " llc, > of trade, and we are, thCT"*
•llta„J e S to Offer unoeual sdvaulawa
*«£*■ n n.Jiumtnvd A Pro., *0Of
V.
• .
to
ar
KtTBKen TO DXATH.
Terrlbto Pate or au I ceenlrle Old Irish«
woman.
Rebocca Lockwood, aged 90 years, board
Ing at tho bouse of Pul rick Riley, No, 2028
douth strei t, Philadelphia, waa burned to
death early yesterday raorniog by
clothing r:itchlng Ere Ironi a coal oil lamp,
Mra Lockwood waa my childish and
very eccentric. Of late abo has refused to
go to hefl and p islat .d In lying ou the
sots on Ihn ûrst floor. About 6 o'clock
Riley was awakened by the old lady's
screams, aw!, rushing to tho yard, found
Mra. Lockwood enveloped In Amu««.
He wrapped the woman up In u blanket
and iuccuodcd iu extinguish in: 8 the {James,
but not uutn he waa badlv burned about the
hand*, fuco and arm«. He carried her iuto
tho bouse, where »lie died ten minute» after
ward. It Is thought that »ho had gotten up
to attend to tho want* of ionic of her dogs,
ol which she waa to ry fond, and knocked
the chimney from tho lamp, thus Ifctiitluff
her clothing.
Mr». Lockwood had many durer habite.
She kept four dot;» and aornu other pet»,and
waa accustomed to «ret up at all times dur
ing the night to attend to them. It In alto
suid that «he owned u plantation In Florida
and «owe property In the city valued in all
at nearly 975,000. Notwithstanding tho old
lady*» age »he dressed In gay clothes ol
odd make. She occupied two rooms at Mr.
Riley's bouse which were handsomely fur
iilahed. Sho frequently want »hopping and
spent considerable money. Upon these oc
cupions »ho was usually accompanied by her
four dogs. About a month ago ouo ol the
animals died, and Mr*. Lockwood was very
much grieved.
her
■ n
"Uougb
Ask for Well«* 4 'lb*uj({h ou Com«." 13
cent». Quick, complete, pernjuueut c*re.
Corn*, warfa, buuloue.
Cor us.**
•'i'l'inalr Complainte.''
Dr. H.V. IH*rce, HitUalo, N. Y : DBAnSm
1 wa» sick lor h!x year», ami could »carcoJy walk
ubout the n<>u*c. My breath wo» »hört and I
suffered from pain iu my Breast aud stomach
all tlio time ; also from palpitation anduo inter
nal fever, or burning sousaUou. and oxperion«;cl
y-eifucut smothering or chocking seiiHatlons.
I ai»«., suffered from palu low down
bowels and in my buck, aud was much roducod
In flesh. I hnvo used your "Golden Medical
Discovery" and "Favori to Prescription/' aud
feel that I uiu well. Very respectfully,
tAl DgLir.AH D. MoJUillaa, Arlington. Ga.
my
T- . 'a e r sL g- L
KUVVÄTI O.YMA.
J^üGlJÏ
EVENING SCHOOL
—Will reopen on—
MONDAY EVE'G, OCT. 2, '82,
In roon No. A MasonlcTempIc. Fentons wfsfc ni
Information will apply to "
DR. BAM'I. W. MTTHPHY,
or rknv. J. JACKHOM 1MKRCB.
•ep28-flM4
j^£APL£WOOD INSTITUTE
—FOR—
BOTH SEXES,
I* 22 miles west of ncW Broad Street
Philadelphia, on Fhli.i. A Balt. Central R
Courses of Study—EngIDi, Rnslness, Aclentiflc
and (.laaslcul ; a thorough Chemie*! department.
Superior opportunity offered to young
and boys to prepare for the best Ame rican col
•ges.
IJegreenare conferred by «ulhorltv of the Leg
slatura of Fennsylvsnla upon young ladle#
taking a full
Heading taught by a flrst-clnss elocutionist.
Fenmaustilp by a profeasor—master of the
bounties of tho art.
Frtv
ration ha» been nwglected.
ment for Uttl» boys. Twelve mstructious.
rse.
Instruction gl
to those wboao edu
A homo-1 Ike depart
J. KHDHTMDG«: (Tale College), A. M., Frta
elpal, OonçordvilU', Del., Co., Fa,
ciFfiR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
I CONSTIPATION.
rj No other rilscM. hi *> provalont in this coun
r |try oa Constipation, and no remedy ha. ever
•JequaUtvl tho oelobratod Kidney-Wort os a
Cjcuro. Whatovor tho cauao, however o batlnato
__ . this remedy will ovoroomo It.
®J Dll PQ TIII3 distTcsnlng com
®| ■ lfc.fc«we plaint is Vury apt to bo
Sjoomplloatod with constipation. lUdoey-YV crt
|etrengthena the woakeuod parts un* quickly
Jcnroa all kinds of Pile, even whoa phyuloi-tns
jyL'nd modlolnes have bofbro fhiled.
g] 4A anr yon have either of those troubles
febTTTI USE I
«Che
!S
Dru|
Ills 8oil
K 1 DNEY-WORT
' W« flu hereby certify that we supervise
ho Monthly and Semi
Diana State Lottery
«nage ami control tho
•nf. for all
arrange
Annual Draw ings of The L<
Company, and In per;
Drawing* themselves, and that the s:
ducted with lu
toward all parties, and
s this certifiante, with fae-slinle.
are.
jty, fairness, and In good fa'th
authonlxc the
ü
pan y to
ou Signatur«, attached, la tu advertl-wmcnte."
*sO&
<6
/
Onmmlssl oners.
NPTIECEDENTED ATTRACTION !
OVER H A I.F A Mil.LION DISTRIBUTED.
u
Louisiana State Lottert Co.
Incorporated ln 18H8 for 25 years hy the Legisla
tor« for Kdiicatlon.il and Cliarltablo purposes—
with a capital of Çl.OOO.iino— to which a roserve
fund of 15.¥),000 has since been added.
Uy au overwh« lining popular vote It. franchise
made s part of the in raent State Constitution
adopted Dreotnuer 2«t. A. D.» lWfl.
11» GRAND blNGLK VLMnKR DRAW
ING» will take place monthly. It never acales
. Look at the following distri
bution:
poitpou
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
During which ivlil tnkepl-ccths 151st GRAND
MO.SniLY and Ilia S:\IHAORDl.NARY SEMI
ANNUAL DRAWING AT NEWORLEANH,
TUE' DAY. DECEMBER l«h. is«. Fuder fhe
»«Mimai supnrviaiou and utauagemunt of GF.N
fc»A| O. r. BEAUKLGARD of i.a., and
GENERAL JUBAL A. EARLY of Va.
Capital Prize, $100,000.
1 }ck. —TICKI'.TB ARE TEN DOLLARS
ONLY. HALVES, M. FIFTHS.
TENTH», fl.
j,j«!Tor PKIZBS:
tnr no
*100,000
1 0,000
2 «.non
20.000
x\m\
•i5,(i00
4\P00
ioo.ooc
1 capital Prize of MOO.JOO.
i Gi 'md l'riafl ol N',u 4)
1 Grand Frla« of
*J Le.»« J'rlzee nt »•«».
» l.irue I^Iim o. . ».»J.
Y>k'rl«e.,rf 1 "!
Ä) Prize* of
100 Frizes of
2») prize* of
(V» Prize« of
W.000 Frizes of
no...
ROD
'
Vfi
in
ArP*f»Xt»tATION PÄIZB3
.t 20.do
JflOt
. 7.^
100 Approximation Frizes of *200.
100 " " 7Ü
11,279 Fiizee, amounting to. ç 23,.»0P
Annilcatlon for r »•».* t'> clubs should r.r.iy he
ma.RTto the otfca ofthceompauyln New Orltans.
For laformatiou apply to
M. A. DAUPHIN, „
New Orleans, La.
Or, M. »trîet, Washington, D. C.
N. B.— Orden
rac°ivc promut.
addressed le Now Orleans wil
ttintlon. norifl-d.Sw-wft*
. Frank James' Surrender.
Forth« Illustrated Lives and
adventure« of Frank and Jcsb*
the Younger
AGENTS
wanted;
aad
Brothers, the noted Western
Outlaw*. By Hon. J. A. Darns, Hi. D. A trna
»n» 'hrllUn, »rrount cnhelrboH oneratlou. for
tn v.Vr^ In »» many Stntr. »n» Tnrrltorle«, with
îranhlc rtrarrlptl.iD of theilMtti of.Jee.ij.
fenîlcr of Frank, and th* preliminaries of h.s
triai ou n score of Indictment« for Murder and
HUhwrtv ltohbery. Profusely Illustrated with
anrravtnr» of the outlaw ns hoys and men, their
îaunVwUôs and Utile children, the Ford bora
^ud «other* engraved from actual photographs.
itlflSAÏÏA FOR AGENTS! Send for full
.z.^tîuUtA and he convinced that this is tlie most
an5 uroflteble ho«.k published, or to save
*in»f'SeiidA»- at ou<« for Cguvasilng Uooa end
cholflo of tow»ship. Out fir and flauipls
rk.
IT.
atomtm.
«■*
/* *
I* *
r *
|I
M
\
THE POPULAR
Double-Breasted Sack Suits
ARE PREPARED IN MOBT EVERY K.1NDOE
MATERIAL.
WARM, DISPLAY HOOD FIGURES TO AD
VANTAGE AND ALWAYS LOOK DRESSY,
THE FINE SATIN-LINED, WITH PEARL
AND INLAID HUTTONS, ARE PARTICULAR
LY HANDSOME AND CATCH THE F.YE OF
TI1E CHEST.N UT STREET PROMENAI. EH.
PRICKS AS UBUAI«—"MODERATE.'*
TUET ARE TOUGH AND
A. G. TATES dc CO.,
LEDÔËR BUILDING,
Chatttnut and Sixth stg.
PHILADELPHIA.
septJ»Uan-M
QUR ASSORTMENT
OVERCOATS
iÿ
hk
m

P
ß m,
\
Cannot be beaten, either in
Style, Goods or Price, for Men
Youths' Bovs' or Children.
Rock bottom prices and all
clothing gunrnjjteed as repre
sented nt
John II. Moore's
228 MARKET ST.
TRE
OLD AND RELIABLE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
Full lines of all kind* of
Goods for Winter wear,
to-day and examine them.
UBanl-lM
Call
fjQTH POPULAR
MONTHLY' DRATYING OF THE
Hi
h'
I
i
Bilk
la the city «f LOUISVILLE, «a
Thursday, November 30th '82.
Thea« drawings occur monthly under provisions
of an act of the General Assembly of Kentucky.
Th* United States Circuit Court on March »1
'ÄttÄiS» D leerten tl on
( Ä7-ul'^W.nr. er. Mr. _
ä te^ïsav 0 5,:"..«"^«^ isr- -
NOVEMBER DRAWING.
I Prize...
I Prig«!..
jP r, fr*' h
lS " YjJ •»
4 €00
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
VO
ft
0Ç0
I ■
m a Xpprn^niltm
ICO " • •
L, 800
»
BOO
»
.itlTK
1,«B I*rl /.«• .
w HOLE TICK ms,««. nAT.FTtCKETB, ,1.
n .wpri.t». U"».
F.inlt Mnnov or 11» nk Draftln lijttej « Mad
BT Ezpre»». Don't »end hr Be,lit«»« Letter w
i*o6tölflce Order. Orders of «6 and onward by
Hbb M
—*<
LTOt OB BEAT.XMS.
QBANOE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—iw vko r~
nT *
By the *nlu>n or Dottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
17 nt form in
Absolut«! y-pure rye. •
end delicate in flavor.
A sure and safe tonic.
A reliable ftlioulnut
S. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
BlYfl-ly-tS
I
ioiSfttEAlQUd
m
TOHN P. DON A HOB.
O —BOTTLER of—
AND SOLE AG^h^a^IiI/VÏ
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
» Celebrated Bartholom « y ftoet eater Beer.
.Tie browlues are unequalled fur purity and
Btantly on hand in keffu t
Mineral water« In
Vbe different flavors.
ma gray
bottled.
517 AND 5.9 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DSL.
tdr Pollio and accommodating drivers. Orders
ny mall promptly attendri to. Hel« also connec
ted with the Telephone Kxehange. aud his slgual
1» —— - . -"%* myl-la
W E nOLI) IN STOKE AND IN^uTs".
BONDED WA REHOUSES pure rye
whiskies from the following celebrated dfs
ttllerle«*
A. Overholt A (Jo., Janaurw 1879 and J
A. Guckenaeliuer A Bro., May 1879.
Jehu Gibson, Sou A Co.. May 1879 an«
Haunls Distilling Co., August 1S79.
Sherwood, Noveunbor 1*7»
Neverdnk (leading, Pa.,) February, isTO.
Mt. Veruwa, May, «»0.
The above a.» «ds will be sold either hi l>ond or
tax paid at tho lowest market rate«. Sample»
may be seen at this store.
1880.
J June M80.
d Ju
1 ao.
NO. 108 MARKET STREET.
mrMO
FRANCIS JCBLLT ft OO.
irAitnmt'H cvitB,
r
/- »
u
r *
JB2
». ■*
Disease is an ♦»fleet, uot »cause. Its origin ts
within ; »ta mari Testation« wllheii*. Heue» to
cure tho disease tlie cauMnnuai be removed, »nr*
other way can a cure ever he effected.
WARNER'S PAKE KIDNEY AND LIVHn
(JURE in established on tost this prlnoiple.
reall/ee that
; ï
95 Per Cent
of all diseases ante from deranged kidneys and
liver, and It strike«
cuity. The elements of which it Is oompoeed act
directly upon these great organs both
and restorer, aud by placlug them In a Steal thy
condition, drive disease and pain from the system.
For the Innumerable trouble, caused by in
healthy Kidney. Liver and Urinary Organs ; ter
Uie distressing Disorders of W'omen ; for Malaria,
and for physical dcraugements generally, this
great remedy baa n<|e<iual. Heware of Imposters,
Imitations and conpocuon» said to hejuatasgood.
For IMabctWi, ask for WARN ER' H dA F 121)1 A
BETRd CURK.
For «ale by all dealers.
at the
of the dlffl.
a feud
U. H. WXRNBR 4 CO„
ROCH ERTER, N. V.
Ftfinted
A ? E J3' l A A «, ESiT * ! AGENTS!
For GEN. DODGE S bran' new book, entitled
Thirty-Three
■Tears Among
OUR WILD INDIANS I
A reo«4 rf th. inthoi ■ THrtt-TkrmT**.Fwmml
tKlinm. Vltkra.tl.Dtn.leMn
By Gen, Sherman.
th!.
H mm subscribed for by Premdnt
Artdck Mi mtirw Qpttmt, and by On. Skmna*, Gn.
GraM, On. ffhsrédm, Gen. Noneom 1, and thowpmhoi Ent
lurat Hem. Qsa. Gbxjtt •ay*:-«A.» «U bat book m
vriuem." Bisaer Wnar (lletbodtU»
vatm." It Is theee^rsuthea
Iadians avar pubBakad, fully »trmU
tag tbeh- *• Inasr Ufa," aearet doings, exploita,
vaplate wifli thrlllhie axporianaea mt tbe Author, and mi fa.
■was Seeuts, Trap par». Cow-boys, Minara, Border Rnfflots,
etera vividly portraving Lifo la the Oreat Waal aa It mow is.
41 d Utotmmd Si press. With Ptaal Bngrarlcga rad Ssperb
Lithograph Plato* ta 1ft aolors, from photographs
made by fhe U. f. Oorernmen» KrprrmhjfOr thé» Qrmt work.
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others 10 to 1. Bo mompetMmn. Agenta avcrign 10 te tO
tmlers a day. Wo want 1009 mom agenta at enge,
thmre Territory ard Special Terme pim. Onr l^e
hus with fun partisalvs rent free, a On« Sped man Plato
sent to trdilHion ter a 8 aent (tamp. Address the sole pub s,
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TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
HO are Buffering from Kkrtotts Dsdilitt,
Lost Vitamtt. Lacx or Nxnvn Foacs xxd
Tigor, Wastimo WKAKMSssas.andall tho«« dlBeases
ef a PK1UOMAL ÄATUB» reeultlni; from A
Oiut Causbs. Speedy relief and complet« rento
ratio»of HBALTH.viooa end Manhood CJuarahtkk».
Tho grandie» dlwiorery of the Nineteenth Century,
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ADDRESS :
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NO. 5©a KING STREET,
I4UV«T*N. X>*

It IF, CELT. A KEO V».
NEW LIGHT HOUSE COG
Nine sizes, extra large oral, heavy castings, and a a lire baker. Tbs Bast Stove
la the market for wood or coal. We call particular attendee
ol oar country trade to this stove.
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The ANCHOR, WELCOME, HOME,
1 OPERA. NEW LA GRANDE, NEC
TAP. IBIS, etc., are oar leading
PARLOR STOVES. M
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will y.»r y »1 ts sxtraine thim .
,HENRY F. PICKELS,;
Nos. 7. 9 E. Fourth St.
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JOHN MEALE Y
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor
WERNER & CO.'S
O li a, in pagne *W iné,
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PRICE LIST.
Per Case 12 Qt*.
9A Fla.
H.OU
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DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Cases
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
1$ par coat.
IU Cases
25 < a.- «
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. BAÖ.S ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY AVEST CIGARS. I
T'urc It vo Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
REMOVAL !
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From S. W. Cor. to R Cor. Fifth and King Sts,
WHERE bj HAVE OfENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Wareroom Ccmtalns tlie Largest aud Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ever offered in Delaware, made expree«ly for our new wareroom fro«
tl c newest designs and at t he lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & BRO.
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a CLARK JOHNSON'S
W Indian Blood S
i Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Xaver,
£a Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood.
fg[ Bullions testify to its effioaoy in heal
ing the above named die eases, and pro
r\As nounoe it to be the
BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN.,
Guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia.
IfAGENTS WANTED.
TRADE MARK
Laboratory 77 W. 3d St, New York City. Druggists sell it
CHEAP JOHN AGAIN!
It will pay partie* purchasing TEN or CROCKERY, of
any description, to give him a call and prove to your own
.satisfaction that he sells from 20 to 50 per cent, less than
any house in town. Sales in the evening.
41 n MARKET STREET.
Wall Papers, W indow.Shades,China,Lamps & Glassware
-The reliable place to get *ny of the above goods I» —
E. C. G. GREENMAJNT & CO,
NO. 411 MARKET STREET, WIL., DEL.
Where you
E. C. G. GREENMAN.
always get firsl-clsss goods at reasonable price«. We cordially Invite yon to call.
GEORGE W. GOODLEY.
8-2H. wAdt-lm-21
Special Announcement !
Special Announcement
Samuel Lees,
Nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9 N. Second Street, (above Market) Philad a,
offers great Inducements In
BLACK SILKS, CA8UMKHES, PRE89 GOODS, TABLE LINEN'S, MUSLINS,
GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC.
■TOREKEEFEBS BUFFLIRD AT LOWEST JOBBING RATES.
SAMUEL 3LEES,
NOS. 3, 5, 7 and 8 NORTH SECOND STREET and NORTHEAST CORNER EIOIITH an«I SFIilM*
GARDEN STREETS. PHILADELPHIA.
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FARMERS USE A RELIABLE
FERTILIZ EH
FOR WHEAT USE PACIFIC GUANO.
OiriSTOne of the best Fertilizers ever used in New
Castle county. For facts of the case inquire of
Samuel Hanby, Norris Talley, Curtis C. Hanby, T. S.
Robinson, Charles Talley, ô. M. Talley and others.

A. SCOTT & SON, General Agents,
Ward P. O., Coneord Station, Balte. Central R. R
7,T-wSt,eowAS
J. M. HINKSON, Traveling .\«cnt.
Established 1881.
H. KRUGER & CO
No. 940 Market Street, (Post Office Block) Philadelphia
Importers. Wholesale and Retail dealers In
POTTERY, FRENCH CHINA, BOHEMIAN GLABB MAJOLICA, CURIOUS PAJOB1A.K AND
GERMAN FANCY GOODS, AND ENGLISH DECORATED DINNER, TRA
AND TOILET W r ARE.
Remember the number (Tost Office Block) :
940 Market Street, second door below Tenth, Philadelphia
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