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rMTI K.»Ar : ..ATENr W ..
_ . « r.rominetit Baptist
Wilmington, N.
- j-fd lumber merchant« of
£&»*** " d offw
The Fir* 1
National Hank of OaloMTlUe.
N nthorlaed to bofln bualnma
r.>"'';"iuTof«*u. 00U - „ .
rttb»» 1 , h u Wolf, a well-knOTB
®**mÂÎ** >»»»">« aawd many
lake tu«,»*",„<£ (n Buffalo.
W» ifrob'it employ*« »* » llme-UIn
rttriek Cohoe, a to .loop near th«
^ C4l Ä otebt and wa. auffocated.
tf,on «irtm ag"d 27 y«ara, waa
WlUUm , IK » till,, vomiting, In Shcnan
*« a ™ nk •*
-be Unit
America, will be put out of
„nmlasbtn. W eJl-kaown cl Ilsen
K'Lwpl t of Sew York, formerly
<>» Turaday In that city
"^«»'t Hampton, Va„ yeaterday mom
"h* t ronr ? *.2 L
SSÎTÔa «jfgr «User ouUffinge.
rr^giog a loss of fiS0,0ud.
n, ff«tern Nall Association met yeater
^ Pittsburg aud reaffirmed the preaent
. rïl , Trade Is reported to be fair and
ajprospects encouraging.
BaDe & Co.,the suspended Iron merehanta
Sm sl have settled with their eredt
i at 32Ù t ents cash on the 91. TTie
Jure ease* will go to the courte.
Complaint Is made of a aearclt. of white
I, on the railway works In BrIUah
Slmliis The Chinese are found to be In
aime for heavy excavation and blasting.
JlTlD
Tie total srrlvsla st the port of Victoria,
Jll, Columbia, since Janusrv 10, hsv.
!Tv 2 000, of whom 75, were Cli1u«*e. A
Chinese Immigration la expected next
M
spring.
Work wm
r.teumed yesterday In the rail
jeartmcDt of the Allentown Holling
STnide and bar departtnente are also In
%£Z, largely reducing the list of Idle
tsployei.
Mrs Caleb Hobbs, living near tho Lochlel
urn St Hsirlsburg, waa selxed yeaterday
e>h in epileptic fit and iell upon a atove.
badly burned that her recovery
Mill.
Stot expected.
The trial of William L. Gibson, cashier
ifibsiik st Hint, Michigan on the charge
of making false entries In hla report to the
Comptroller of the Currency, resulted
mt-rilaj- lo his acquittal.
He total exiK.rU of petroleum and petro
èmo products from the United States for
the ten months euded October 31st, 1302,
.«138,381,920, aud for the ten months
qSeil October 31st, 1W1, *40,015,685.
John F. Potter, cx Congreaaman, Is
Meg In s poor larm house at Mackwanago,
Wisconsin, lie was challenged by Roger
* Pryor, In 1H80, and named bowle knives
U the w I spoilt and a locked room aa the
laid of combat.
Daniel Ratcliff, a well-known lawyer of
Isltlmoro, died vesterday at the age of 76.
He vu Solicitor In the United States Court
of tUlms under President Pierce, and waa
«to! tiio lawyer» lor the defenae In the
toons Sickles" trial.
Snow haring fallen to a depth of six
Xcbrjnu s level In Northern Wlaconsln, a
tarorable season for logging Is ex pec
the Chippewa and EaucTalre pineries.
«bole lumber business In Wisconsin Is re
ported lu s thriving condition.
Re grain receipts it Chicago during the
pir hire been 25,000,000 bushels less than
Ml. The reusous assigned for the decrease
« "Ibo Increased ability of farmer» to
holl eic ht, the low prices since the new
■ mpwat harvested, and tho rapid Increase
tf Billing capacity."
4 convention of Street Railway ITeal
tnii and superintendents met In Boaton
u Tuedny,und yesterday a constitution waa
adcpteJ bn the organisation of the " Street
Hussy Association of America." H. U.
little id LuulsvIUe, waa chosen president
lor the ensuing year, aud it waa resolved to
uttln Chicago in Uctober, 1883.
A telegram from Chicago aays that Com
the Colorado railroad
ted at
Thfl
Uuloucr Daniel», of
pool, given notice that from the 1st of Janu
ary nett the emigrant rat« betweeu the
BUeouri river aud Colorado point« will be
ibollihcd, and the only rates between the
üiaouri river and Colorado po'ut* will be
rlsBN, |545; aecond class,
r»; si'cond class, *22, with 50
and Council
Mud for St. Joseph
!.. -
Ï. nil
the largest uetau. stock of dry
fJOODS.
SlK.W IlllIDUE A Clothikh,
UiiJ iH. IN Dj-.v Gaoua ExcLuaiMi.r.
tluUTU AND MaBKKTSTKBKT«.
l'UILaDHLfBlA.
The Baltimore A Ohio. ;
The direc tors ol'the Baltimore and Ohio
illroad, ut their regular monthly meeting,
]F*ttrday, ro-elected Mr. John Garrett Preil
font lor the *^5th consecutive term. He re
•eivod the unanimous vote of the Director«.
Hr. Samuel rtjiencer was elected Second
Vice President, and Mr. Orland 8mtth Third
'Ice President in place of Spencer, pro
oûtrd. Mr. Garrett aunoauced that the
Wtimore and Ohio Telegraph line, between
Baltimore and New York, waa opened to
'hy, and that in a few days "it will be In
full operation and enter actively into corai>a
fflonforthe buaineea of the country be
<»wü New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
"'uhlujftou, 8t. LouU, Cincinnati, Chicago
M)dU m leading Wettern, Northwestern and
totithwp6tem cities generally.
A Canary Rlr«l
Jfctos one of tho nicest Christmas presents,
«•sweet voice being a constant reminder
the doner. The newly imported night
•Ingirig canary is the best os It sings by
as well os during the day : the
f* I» $2.50 Cages can be had from $1.00
w n niee brass cage up to $10.00 for a silver
piate<l one. The best place to go for these
things is to the retail department of the
BiKi> Food Company', 287 South Eighth
*•**, Philadelphia. They have the largest
of all kinds of birds, cages, aquariums,
bred dogs, etc., in America. Canaries
^ he Kent by express with perfect safety.
^ printed guarantee given with every
bird. * 6 dl4-0t
The Texan Bridge Disaster.
A brief dispatch to the Gazette yesterday
•poke of the falling of a bridge across the
Great Dry Canyon, Texas, by whitdi many
® en were Injured. Nineteen men were
thrown from a height of 75 feet upon the
recks below. Seven were killed, one has
vice diedytiud three other» are not likely to
recover. The dead are John Berwick, J. 8.
Rarrall, Robert Me Comb, J. S. Kemp, John
Atkinson, Wm. L. Russel, James 8rnlth
Jpd William Flanden. Wm. Morrow and
e t«r Holy wood are dyiug.
"hough on Corne."
k for Well»'"Rough on Corne." 15
rent«. Quick, complete, permanent cure.
c °rei8, warte, bunion».
tautloQg Announcement of a Report.
,Republican's let« edition yesterday,
fi I* currently reported by thoee who
"tvo been interested in the further reprieve
, Jeremiah Harrigau, who was condemned
? od Friday next, that the Governor
Jw granted a further reprieve and extended
lH$q llnu> hanging until December 14,
Catarrh of the Bladder.
oUnglng irritation, inflammation, all Kld
Sÿ *h(l Urinary complaint«, cured by
B »clm-p»lba " $1.
hlen
oung or old suffering from nervous
L n Ka ! debility or impotence should send
Y f ro /» Marston, 1WJ Fulton etreat, New
k^*» ft>r a complete treatise on lost inan
ooa - Sent under cover, free. tts,w
OI
"Golden Medical Discovery''
haÏÏ!Î' «fistersfl
Sas,®
a trade-mark) eures all
eruption to great
mat
pluiple
eating nleers
THE STREET MARKET.
Some Farther Reason« Why It Should he
Let Alone
To th* Editor of the Gazette :—Many
and various are the argumente and opinions
Id regard to the location of our street
market and I fall to tlnd any good reason
why It should be removed from King *treet.
The good people living weal of Market
street often Indulge in a peculiar mania for
something. They here nearly I
•elves a few y«ar» ago about spending
tome |80,000 for a park. They also Insisted
on having the Court lloue« away out of the
city on the side of a hill known as the City
Park. This spot Is so lonely that the city
pays for a watchman to protect those who
happen to pass that way. Theu, another
hernie them
thing, that these western gentlemen are
looking after la the sale of building lots
and the Increase of the valuation of their
people are not blind,
flights of weateru ex
rlk of business done
property, liut our
aud are used to such
tension. The great bu
In any city, la near railroad depots, freight
houses and wharves, and It Is uonsenso to
talk about removing our market to such a
quiet and out of the way place as Madison
•treet. Nearly every person has business on
Market street or tha eastern side every day
In the week. The post office, banks, tele
graph office,, newspapers. City Hall, Court
House, lawyers and merchants of any note
to be found here, which makes this the
head-centre of business.
No, Mr. Editor, I see no reason to dis
turb our market, or remove It from King
•tract. After looking at the whole matter
I am convinced that Alng »tract is the best
street In our city lor a eurbstouc market.
French street la nut to be thought of, as
pie do not wlah to eat sand aud have t
•yes blinded with dost. I think Council
•honkl drop this question of markets and
do something for the benefit of the whole
city and let the fanner- have a rest and en
courage them to come here and tiring
good fresh fruit, vegetables ind other fa
producta. Now, I sin for the farmers, first,
last aud all the lime, ami will do all In my
power to protect them lu their humble aud
lawful business, ami will oppose any inca
that will disturb them or give them
trouble. I do not desire to see our farmers
lorm a company or combine tog
ihlp their producta elsewhere. Ni
what I eat chaap and from first hands.
E. B. Fnaiitn.
arc
pf(l
heir
: m
inn
ether and
o, I want
That Has band of Mine
Is three times the man ha was before he be
gan using "Wells' Health Rsnewer. fit
Druggta
t*.
Holiday I*r®s«nt8.
Ladle« and children's furs, ladle* fur col
Ure, for mufflers, ladies, gent* and boys seal
skin caps, smoking caj», ear muffs, hat
brushes, silk, alpaca and glugham um
brellas and canes. Rum ford & Bro., 404
Market street.
A Card,
To all who are suffering from the errors of in
discretions of youth, nervous wenkuors. early
decay, loss of manhood, etc.. I will send a ro
clpe that will cure you, FREE OK CHARGE.
Tnls great remedy wns discovered by a mis
sianary In South America. Hend a self-ad
dressed envelope to tho KEV. JOSEPH T.
INMAN, Station D, New York City. tts-w
DRW uuuuft.
Fancy Hosiery and CJndsrwi
CHRISTMAS !
S. H. STAATS,
405 Market Street,
No.
elegant stock oi
n^a juat opened
NEW GOODS!
Suitable loi the approaebiug
Christmas Holidays !
Constating of
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs.
FlCHl'9. LADES, IttlFFLlNOH. TIiCH, ,KTC.,
'•'BkYW^^YaH^a nmm tf
U
Iland-made Zephyr Goods a
Sjiecialty !
idle«« variety of
Beside*
or
FANCY* AND USEFUL ARTICLES !
AT VKItY LOW PRICES
New Brens Uooü.i, Jec., at Sharp».
I
!
I TU
ILLIAM B. SHARP,
W
,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PR1CF8.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Dlrcot from tke Importer.
Cloths ahd Cassimeres
offered.
Tne largest stock we bav
—Also a full line of—
Cahpets amd Oil Cloths,
Ito to |2.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
From M«
$50,000 for $2.
ST GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
HOLIDAY DRAWING OF THE
51
QqMMONWEALTH
Distribution Co,
la the city of LOUIS VIELE, »a
Saturday, December 30th '82.
On tke la«t <f«y or rach
cxeepteO), ^ 0 . 0 » capltaf jS" ■J'ÄJ
onlv. Reneate«! »djudlcatlou by Fed« nti an j
8 tote Courts have pieced this coin pan r beyond
th® c®utrover»y ortbe law. To thl *
UclotiKH the sole honor of having Inaugurated tht
7™
of prises 1 er the
DECEMBER DRAWING
»60.000
10,000
6 , 1*0
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
■ ^222
■ '2'222
, 2, TOO
1 prise
1 RiM
WPruS^ i.wbiic'h
» " M "
1M •• I* "
M
i.«o
Approximation
H00
1,800
9
yuO
loo v
OI
y
. »112,400
1,960 Prises.
WHOLE TICK ET8.IL HALF TICKET», *1.
*7 Tickets,»»; » Ticket«, »100.
It^lt Money-». B.n» nrer^ju^ or
all
druggists.
JJKALTH IS WEALTH.
OK. K. <\ WEST'« NEUVE AM) BRAIN
TREATMENT.
Convulsions, \r
•Ion, L
tency, Involunurj
Ago, os need by ov< \erU
eve.r-lnriulgeitc». lead
end <lt ;.tli. on« box will < ure
box çtii. lain»«.;
a box, . r elx ,j.i
rect.pl ofpr
*ii. t >r Hysteria, Maxine»*,
D. lrtchf, Mi'Aial O*ijàre ■«
-v. Sncrniatorfhra, impo
I'nmature Old
mir-abusc, <»r
* misery, deçày
mtea m
1 . " •min' ill. «mo dollar
forge; sent, by mall prepnlu
autec six boat
•Scr rscclviil by ui
will send
• > I v.
I
■H tO
«
Wit»
for «ix I».. IM COI:ll,.»Ul.t i
tho purchaser a wrilU n ; u
money 11' the treat
Guar
Oriigclst,
inlngiou, Delaware, nleageu!.
Itb I
un
:i not effect a cure.,
•niie'i uni. ny in. U. DA N Volt 111,
>rucr Hbfeond und Market streets, Wll
ut
J^LEGANT
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Useful and Ornamental
Z. J AMES BELT,
PHARMACY. HIXTH A MARKET HTS.
Beautiful CELLULOID 8KT8 or new designs In
nltifli, leather and mi tin.
Elegant ODOIt GAMES for handkerchiefextracts.
cities In ALL1
Home very nr.-tlv
ATOH SKIN.
CUT ULA8» and ENGRAVED BOTTLES In
great abundance.
FARINA COLOGNE and HANDKERCHIEF
EXTRA! T» ln btuuüfulli labeled bottl
NAIL SEIM, TOILET MlBRORS, PUFF
and aam«toaa naafUl article« for ;
presaii U.
r Christmas
! J
Ua.
BOXE»
pluaaing
KIDNEY-WORT
IR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
CONSTIPATION.
No othardlaaaaa la sopra valant In thlaooun
7 as Constipation, and no remedy
1 nailed tha octobre tod Kidney-W<
ert as a
Whatevor tho cause, however obstinate
ease, this remody will overcome
Dll BQ THIS distressing
CJ rikCOa plaint la very apt.
fjjoomplioatad withooxistipatlon Kidney
«•latrengthena tho weakened parte and quickly
Sjouroe all kinds of Pile* even when physicians
medicine» have beforo fhllod.
have either of theeo troubles
the
to be
-Wort
sn
Susimin
KIDNEY-WORT
USE I
Druj
eint« Sell
yALUABLK
-AND
USEFUL PRESENTS!
SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES,
CLAUDE LORRAINE MIRRORS,
SPY GLASSES,
K A LEI IM ISCOPES, TELE-COPES,
STEREOSCOPES. OPERA GLASSES,
0RAPT108C0PF.8. MICROSCOPES,
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS,
BAROMETERS,
FIELD GLASSES,
THERMOMETERS,
MAGIC LANTERNS,
CELESTIAL and TERRESTIAL GLOBES,
POCKET COMPASSES,
SETS PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS,
MODEL STEAM ENG1NL8.
SETS OF CHEMICAL APPARATUS,
PEDOM1TER8,
T.
Gold Charm Compasses.
application :
Part 1st—Mstlirmatlcal Instruments, lfB pugea
" 2<l—Unileal Instrument« - » 1*« "
" H -Maalc Lantern« and Vlow« l.v*
" 4tli—Phynlrnl Instrument« - 1M *
" 5th—Meteorological lustrumeut« 1"0
GaUlogup» ah follows,
!
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.,
PHILADELPHIA.
924 CHESTNUT ST.,
Il,c0-12td*2tw50
•Ufy that w«
pervisu
• 'W« do ueruoy
arrangamrnts for all the Monthly and Semi
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery
Company, and In person manag« and control tht
Drawings tlieiuM-l vch, and that the same are con
ti In good fa'th
autlioalze the co n
: this ccrtl floate, with fkc-alinlefc
ducted with honesty, fairness,
toward all parties, and
!
pauy 1«
signature« attached, In Its advortlsoments.''
T
Commissioners.
TTNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I
U DVERUAI.FAKII.I.ION D19T1UUUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated in 1868 for 28years by the Legisla
te for Ed neat ion al and Charitable purpos* s—
_ capital of81,000,000— to which a reserve
fund of 8550.1*0 lias sine« been added.
overwmdnilng popular vote Its franchise
■résout Slate Constitution
by
was made a part of the p
■'WduaS'S^sinUlb'-Wumhkr draw
INGS will take Place monthly. It never scales
or postpone«. Look at the following
but! on:
dlstrl
f:
9f
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
will take place the 151st GRAND
d the KXTKAOKDIN AK\ HluMl
U ING AT NKW UltLKANH,
DKCEMUEK 19th, 1*82. Under the
and management of UK.N
and
During which
I MONTHLY ai
! ANNUAL IiRA
I TU l'DAY
1
, rai"'.?.'" '".'■''»KAUIIKDAUD- of U
(JENEa'iAL JUBAJa A. EARLY of \
Capital Prize, $100,000.
JM-NOIICE.-T1CK«?TB ARE TEN 1)01.LAHB
ONLY. HALVES, ,5. FIFTOS, ?S.
TENTHS, 11.
LIST OV rRISKS:
1 Capital Prize of fit»,000...
l Gramt Prize oi
1 Grand Prlre or
2 Large Prizes or
4 Large Prizes of
20 Prizes of
69 Prizes of
1U) Prizes of
f 100,01/0
. 50,000
. 2*1,000
. 20,000
. 20,000
. 2 000
. 26,000
. »1,004)
. 4», 000
. 60,000
. loo,ooo

GO,
20 , 000 .
I 1
5,000
I, (CO
2(J0
200 Prizes of
SiW Prizes of
10,000 Prizes of
10- •
APPROXIMATION PBIZK8
f 20,006
,. 10,010
7,000
8
100 Approximation Prizes ol 1200.
100 " 'Sr
100 " 7S '
11.279 Pria»», amounting «o . ......5«.«*
Annllcatlou for rates to clubs should only be
a( fJto the ofllce of the company 1 New Orleans.
For Information apply to
M. A. DAU1- Äi Li
or, M. 'nth Street, Washington, D. C. '
New Orleans wll
5-<i, 5w »WÄ*
b
N. B.—Orders addressed
Ive prompt attention.
Wm I
Yzz * DR. 9
If
dy esim
fôsiïSS ÊËh
_
BEFORE -AND-AFTER')
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days I rial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD,
Viruwt w AST mo wSUDnWM, A ml all those diaeates
ü;séss£
wnLTAI6 BEIT C0-;
j
1*0
TOO
! COFFEE I
100 BAGS OF ELEGANT
^lOFFEE
LAGYAYRA, RIO,
MARACAIBO AND JAVA
COFFEES,
Is the time to lay in
yuO
Just received. N
for the Winter, and to buy cheap go to
oitrppEisPS
—TEA STORE—
No 5 E. Second St., Wil., Del.
LfQUOR MALERS,
TORN F. DONAHOE,
-BOTTLER <>F
AUF.NT OF WILLIAM MAÖÖEY
A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
AND SOLE
—ALSO
Itartholoinay Use''ester User,
re une'jua'lcil for rurUyend
hand la kegs or
la alt
e Celebrate«]
'be brewing«
flavor; con;»
buttled.
«tan ttf
Mineral »
the different fav
5,7 MD 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
_ omtBoduilny driver*. Order*
i»y mall promptly attended to. Ile I* also connec
ted with the Telephono Exchange. and his signal
la----ff* myl-lfl
W E HOLT) IN STORE AND IN U. A.
BONDED WAIIKHOU8K* pare rye
whiskies from-the following celebrated dis
tilleries*
A. Overholt A Co., Jnmin n 187» and June 1880.
A. Unckenheimer A Bro., May 1871).
John Oibson, »on A Co.,May 1«79 and June 1680.
Haunis Distilling Co., August 1879.
Sherwood, November 1879 and June 1880.
Ncvcrdnk (Reading, Pa.,) February, 1880.
Mt. Vernon, May, IS8Û.
Mir Polite
•1
The above g,».-*ds will be «old either In bond or
tax paid ut the loweet market rate«. Bain idea
at till« «tore.
NO. 103 MARKET »TBK ET.
my&*2D
may be
FRANCIS KELLY A CO.
^JOsSMOPOL N HOUSE.
200 WEST SECOND ST.,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
CHOICE LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
THE BK»T LAGER IN THE CITY.
very morn lug and Saturday
A H AUBEK,
Proprietor.
Warm Lunch
night.
iioVM-3m-30
( JKANOK OKOVlt
PURE RYE WHISKY.
F40T
THEPURFäT. BICIIE8T AND BEST BYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
bottle.
By the gälte
JAMES A. KELLY,
Dnlform In
"""'iLh
Absolute! ypnre rye.
and delicate In flavor.
A sure and safe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
mv&-ly-25
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eflect, not a cause, lu origin is
within; Its manifestations wlthont. Ueuco to
the cauBO must be removed
iver bu effected.
WARN LJf'H'" uIfK KIDNEY AND 1.IVEI:
CURE in ebtablisfaed on Inst this principle,
realize« that
95 Per Cent.
95 Per Cent.
from deranged kidneys
the root of the rtlfH
:
of all disc
liver, and it strikes at once
lty. The elements of which It is compooed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a food
and restorer, and by placing them In a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from tbesystem.
For the Innninerffmo troubles caused by
healthy Kidney. Liver-and Urinary Organs;for
the distressing Disorders of Women ; for Malaria,
and for plivblcal derangements generally, tills
•medy hasuootjual. Beware of Imposters,
»h w mid concoctions said to bejustasgood.
For Diabetes, ask for VV'ARNEB'8 8AFK1HA
BETK3 CUKE.
For Sale by ail dealers.
11. H. WAHNE« A GO,,
ROCHESTER, N.
H EU wi AT ISM AN3 GOUT CURED
ns-abl. h 1 y n chain of evidence
juiry but makes Ftrengor, that w«
at. <>r radical remedy for lthenmatk
1 wo j.ui tlint cvldenco w.tliln tho reach
»«ï/ nod without price ,
It n deaj
bring tc
, to j
tiunimatiouofyoui
l,U;< u before you strick 1 n down by
vo a k y« u to go with us lor a IVw nv meotV
o t)io homes of f me v i.o rave diank or the waten
,f life and u'-e now 1 II of tho joy of health, ready to
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Elmore, Atlanm Ac Co., 06 Atlantic Av.,
Brooklyn, and 105 William Bt.. N.Y.C.
fftmted
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For GEN. DODGE'S bran'
book, entitled
Thirty-Three
Years Among
OUR WILD INDIANS!
A true record of the Author's Thirty-ThracYtar* Perronat
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By Gen, Sherman.
subscribed for by r rendent
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This new work
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replete with thrilling experiences of the Author, end of fa
mous Scouts, Trappers, Cow-boys, Miners, Border Ruffians,
etc., vividly portraying Life In the Great West as It now Is.
4Sd thousand in prem. With 6teel Engravings and Superb
Chromo-Lithograph Plates In 15 colors, from photographs
mode by the U. B- Government erpmtty for thi*great wort.
out Silling ell
Others 10 to & Jta iomjetition. Agents average 10 to SO
Ordens day. W c want lOOO
ehtrtve Territory and Special Terme given. Our large clrcn
hrs With full particulars tent free. A fine Specimen Plate
sent in addition for a 8 oent stamp. Address the sole pub's,
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AGENTS I This grand V»k n
agents at ones. Ex
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In connection with ouï
S torm Coat, mentioned last
week, we have large commo
dious Ulsters, adapted to car
conductors and drivers, who,
of all persons employed out of
doors, need warm heavy wraps
to protect them from the cold.
PRICES LOW ALWAYS
A. C. YATES & CO.,
I.ETM3ER BVILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
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OVERCOATS
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Cannot be beaten, either in
Style, Goods or Price, for Men
Youths' Boys' or Children.
Rock bottom prices* aud all
clothing guaranteed as repre
sented at
John H. Moore's
228 MARKET ST.
—THE—
OLD AND RELIABLE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
Full lines of all ldnds of
Goods for Winter wear. Call
to-day and examine them.
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AND BROTHER,
ADAMS
No. 504,Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Cash Variety Store.
TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS,
UBY
i.cmoNjÿ;
IEB' S GENT8'
UNDERWEAR,
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS
'""Är,
INGRAIN AND
STAIR CARPET.
BTAIR RODS,
CURTAINS.
west and cheapest line of Lamps, Lanterns,
Vases In endless variety. Table and Pocket Cut
aÄTÄÄfM
Carrlof cs. The larKest, cheapest and best Hue of
Lai
BABY CARRIAGES In the Stete.
—SOLS AQgNts »OB—
HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS.
It will pay you to call and examine
__ goods and price« before purchasing.
TABLE, STAIR and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
|.14»ll4bdkw
varlct'
of
|^EW ,
BUCKWHEAT MEAL!
Just revived a flue article or fra*h new Meal
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S,
FOURTH AND 8H1PI.WT 8TE
MIS CELL AIT MO VS,
REMO V AL !
From S. W. Cor. to N. E. Cor. Fifth and King Sts,
•J
WHERE Vii HAVE O.'ENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Waroroom Contains the Largest aud Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, BTC.,
Ktw offered la Delaware, made cxpreaaly for our new wareroom from
the newest designs and At the lowest prices.
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DAVIDSON & BRO.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING NEW
Paper Shell Almonds, Si pounds for $1.00.
The lowesr point ever reached !
10 cents per Can.
Trophy Tomatoes,
Now in Store Duffy's Clarified Pure Juice
Cider—the handsomest we ever saw.
Grenoble Walnuts, Almeria Grapes, Table
Raisins, etc
J. P. ALLMOND & CO.,
EIGHTH AND MARKET.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
O ONFECTION8
PUT UP IN HANDSOME BA8KET8 AND BOXES.
Which arc particularly desirable for a present at this seaaon of the year.
Attention la invited to our large variety of fine CAKES, which we are
pleased to serve In larjre or email qu*ntil4?e. Pereone desiring the BEST
and FRESHEST can always be accommodated. Ladles and Gentlemen
visiting the city will find our DINING ROOM supplied with all the
delicacies of the season at reasonable prices.
G. BYRON MORSE,
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1300 CHESTNUT ST, PHI LA ; _
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
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WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne Wine
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PRICE LIST.
*7.90
*8.09
Pur Case 12 gu.
24 Pts.
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 per cent.
10 per coat.
15 per cent.
5 Cases
10 Coses
25 Cases
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IMPORTED
BELFAST OINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
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IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.

E. C. G. 6RBENMAN & CO.,
411 MARKET STREET AND 408 SHIPLEY STREET.
In connection with our large and well selected stock
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, we are displaying a
large and elegant stock of Holiday Goods, which have
been selected with great care. Our stock includes Dinner
and TetTSets in every style ; Hall and Library Lamps ;
Bronze and Bisque Figures ; ornaments of every descrip
tion.
Also a
1-1
full line of Glass and other wares, etc., etc., which we will sell at very low
prlee«.'~Do not fall to cull and examino onr stock before purebsing elsewhere.
fi: „.
O H E A. T* JOHN,
of
416 Market Street,
Offers extra inducement? to the frugal CHRISTMAS BUYER to
nurchaec froocla tbat will suit a limited puree. CROCKERY,
CUTLERY, HARDWARE, VASES, LAMPS, (we bave em
there) and all articles that are either ueeful or ornamental. '
will pay anyone to call aud learn price*«.
No.
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CHEAP JOHN, 416 Market Street,
Wilmington, Delaware.
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YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL AND EXAMINE
-MY STOCK OF
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND
SILVERWARE,
MILLARD F. DAVIS.
NO. 9 EAST SECOND STREET.
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GLAM JOHNSON'S
Dr.
Indian Blood Syrup
I Cures all diseases of the Stomaon, Liver,
I Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood.
I Millions testify to its effioaoy in heal
ling the above named diseases, and pro
"jis nounoe it to be the
■L BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN.
Guaranteed to afire Dyspepsia.
^AGENTS WANTSO.'H
Laboratory 77 W. 8d St, New York City. Druggist« sell it
TRADE MASK
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