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Mr. Henry C. Conrad's excellent paper qn
n rn«i.we** » rn .A c-f,,«, »v*
The Pro»* ®f Delaware, rveâbefore the
last meeting of the Penlnaula Editorial Aa
soelatloe, has been issued In pamphlet form
for private distribution, and makes an con
and shapely little volume, hanTy
. - . ~
for reference at any time. .
Mr. Conrad's paper to a valuable compen
dtum of the newspaper history of Delaware
and hto briel sketch recites journalistic Ten
tures that In thenuelre* reprerent ye« of
toll, triumphs, straggle* and dtocourage
ments. No human institution so thoroughly
represents the history and sentiment of a
ventures that Mr. Conrad deacrlbe* in
hto I*per would doubtleas make a vast vol
une of the moat absorbing interest. Who
can Imagine the feelings of swelling pride
with which so many ambitious journalists
viewed their "first Issue," only to flud con
«deuce slowly dwindling into hope end hope
eventually sinking Into despair aa the un
appreciative public stubbornly refured
to reward their efforts with tbe
ducats so necessary to the
suceesa of even the genlut of the
press. For newspaper men must perforce
live aa other men live, and the Journalistic
stomach has tojfcowledge the craving.
of hunger as completely as though the «oui
was a stranger to aspiration and the mind
r.id not run in the molt exalted channel of
human meditation
, _ -
But this fate was not the common fate of
"all," and numerous instances are recorded
where merit achieved success, and the
journalistic fledglings grew and prospered
un, U they were permanently catthltohed ,n
their respective communitlea, and became a
part and oarcel of the local history, as well
aa the "abstract and brief chronicles of the
"times." It Is creditable to our people
rre.iiw rrrwvi \r~»\
that we have so many really good local
newspaper« in this State, and when size and
population are considered it will bo found
that we are about as well fixed in this
respect a. any other State In the county.
,, . _
Mr. Conrads paper, detailing as It does
all the hiatorlcal data of our State news
paper ventures, will be found Interesting to
tbc- general reader and peculiarly valuable
1
to the craft.
(flaraauaMe* »I IT**.)
iraufdiED
? BELL Ac TAVLOR,
The
EVERY DAY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
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W1LM1MQTOS. MONDAY. PEC. IS.
renieiil
. and
The pkocositio.s to change the street ttrt
market to Fourth street ia almost as objec
ttonable as the French street foolishness,
and there la no valid reason why such a
, . ,. . . . , . . .
change should be made. In fact, durlug
nil this discussion, there has been no reason
offered why there should he any change at
all. People living aloug King street are
a . \ , .. , .
««tihfled to keep the market, while the
great majority ol those who Attend
it, both buyers and seller*, are op
loosed to it« removal. True many west
side people ask that the farmers be given
, . . . , u ..
permission to stand along Madlaon street,
hut as this would not affect the King street
market no harm would be occasioued by
granting their request. But the King street
market should not be interfered with In the
„ ., . , ..
.lightest degree, at least not UDtll the advo
cates of a change give some strong grounds
for their unreasonable demand. |
passing a bon
We BB8PBCTFULLT acknowledge the re
ceipt of an Invitation from the Fifth Ward
Andrew Jackson Club of Cleveland, Ohio,
to attend its anniversary reception on the
evening of January 8th, 1883. The occaslou
is oue which every patriotic citizen should
delight to houor, and we congratulate
good Démocratie brethren of Cleveland in
thus commemorating the virtues of the
great hero and patriot who, next to the im
mortal Washington, was "first in war, first
" iu peace, and first in the hearts of his
"countrymen."
A curious accident happened in New
York, jeiterday, to a young lady whose
drei s took fire while she
fire some small boys were playing with.
She did not notice the mibhap until her dress
was iu a blaze, but with the aid of some
parsers by was able to escape with only a
bad burn on oue arm. As small boys are
prone to bon-flres this is an added danger
to pedestrian la in which i>eople would do well
to avoid.
A
Tue Civil Service Reform bill is to
come up in the Senate, to-day, and though
It may, from mere political buncombe, re
ceive considerable support, there is an honest
opposition on the part of members of both
political parties that is likely to defeat the
measure. Iu Its present shape it looks like
a plan to keep Republican officials In office
for life, and its rejection would scarcely he
regarded as a public calamity.
Evangelist Barnes, after conquering
the wild savages in Louisville, Cincinnati
and other wicked Western cities has moved
on to New York, and is making a terrific
rattle among the dry bones of the Iniqul
tious Gothamites. The field Is most un
promising, 4>ut Brother Barnes Is a man of
great vigor and determination and may
eventually succeed.
Whittier, the " genial poet," celebrated
his seventy-fifth birthday on Saturday and
received the warm congratulations of
numerous frieuds. It is gratifying to know
that despite his more than " three score
" years and ten " his health Is unusually
good and his mental vigor unimpaired.
"Kougli
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants,
bed-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 1A
Druggists.
cent«.
Blaaksts.
The best five dollar blanket in the country
eau be had at Kennard A Co's., 6*1 Market.
A very desirable present this cold weather.
Buy Hunter's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co.—
Kitchen Specialties—Clnetnnattt À N. Y.
Circulars tree.
I ITKRARY MKMTIOM.
—Angler*, both autatourand protaaaloo
«uni upon tb* scan» flah of
flic*, bpw. when and where to eatoh
them, ml «rrwjrthlnt relating to the **>*•
Article* »re written by the beet »ngllng
»uthor* In America, and the aerie* will treat
of all the game flabea of the »alt and fresh
water* of the continent, and when com
pleted will form a text book for angler*, a
great want not mied by any existing publi
cation. The Anal or to the only paper of
It* kind published In thl* country.
—The January number ol Habylend, an
•taM-page monthly, Issued by D. Lothrop A
On., Boston, Maes., has * bright sorer show
ing the little ones at play, and to Just suited
for the toddlers to study over. Only 5 eents
a number, or 50 cento a year.
■—The Mechanical .Vows, December 15, be
•ides containing a long list ol articles ps
Ä to the mechanic, the miner, the
snd other working people, issues a
unique Christmas cartoon, aa a supplement,
stowing the aptness and Inventive genius of
the average American boy. The -Vsws to
JuMtsbedat No. 110 Liberty atmet, New
V. ; twice a month, at H per year.
- l. Lum Smith's Agwdt' Herald for
December to full of points for the traveling
man und the advertiser In general. Rewards
are offered for the Ore persons getting up
the beet list of words containing the l«Uere
found In tbe word orphantsni. Tb®
ro ^ ^ from goo to $500, and competl
must send in their lists before
December 81. Address No. 918 Arch
atreata Philadelphia.
-iW» ftortGuUet o ' IM S ctmto n*.
as usual, almost everything possible to
. obul0 concerning planto, bulbs, vegetables
âud |ll| that te grown In tbe ground. It to
f u n 0 f Illustrations and contains sereral
colored plates of flowers snd vegetables,
' ,II / e :" 1 k *" aïd mil
jjjjj**, "ctotoUnifTSW. James Vick, the
j ortlti Rochester, N. T., to the publisher,
_|ù the January number of the North
Staren« till, «rut
,,University Education for Women;" Prof.
Isaac L. Rice give* "A Definition or
Liberty;''Gilbert M Tucker erltlctoes a.,d
t Eng^'" &n "Th W s"'L^.ihii
, Uet of Progressive Thinkers" to considered
by Rev. Dr. H. W. Thomas: "Bigotry In tho
Medical Profession" to a short paper by Dr.
Djji "g^d^miVof the m°ÄTo wtth
iifhe Adulteration of Intelligence."
In
The
Park Row
sail contain*
Am
iifhe Adulteration of Intelligence."
_Tbo November number of the AgrUrnl
tural Review ,a quarterly Issued by Joseph II.
Reall, 33 Park Row, New York, to Juat out.
The conttntoare:"A OreatBelt ofCountrv,
« Blue jjm Farrn,""EnffliBh Calf Rearing,"
««Short Horn Cattle," ''Protection," ''The
8torrs Agricultural School," ''The Objects
and Interpretations of Soil Analysis,
"Notes on Parasite Fungi," "Some of the
Avantages of Dairy Farming," and
«»Mineral Constituents in Plant Growth."
The Review is admirably adapted for
farmers and Indeed all of a practical turn,
ÄiÄ tf2
yc . r ; tll(rlc nnn ,ber. being »0 cento,
—Volume I, No. 1, of The Modern Age, a
monthly publication to sell at 15 eents a
number is just out. From the first tbe ven
lure l® to be a successful one. The
workmanbhlp D f the magasin« 1» faultless
and pieusiu^ to the eye. The publisher« »ay
it "comes into existence not because the
world ts in need of more 'good white paper
but with the Idea at dominating
among readers on this side of the Atlantic
„ pr)co „tthtn reach of all—eeloc
tlon6 from the best of such light literature
at Is current in England and on the Conti
°<™'. The aim of this magazine Is to In
tereet and to amuse rather than to instruct
or excite," eta. The contenta are varied,
and "The Black Poodle.," the introductory
ttrt | c)Ci by the author of "Vice Versa," to a
rare hit of humor. It is sent postpaid for
51.00 a year. Address Tho Modern Age
1'ufclUhlugCorapany, Buffalo, - .
—The December or holiday number of
Wul , Aual[t> D . Lothrop A Co., Boston, has
ereated a great stir lu the literary world,
and deservedly, too. The authors and
artists were a year In getting ready for It
and the cost to the publishers is fcaid to have
beeQ over The statement 1 b readily
believed win n one see« the magazine, of
which naught but praiso can be said. We
hi ve already referred to this number at
80me length, but It will not he amlBs to
enumerate the contributors, a« follows: ,
Mrs A D T Wb |tney, Misa Ph.lps, Rose
Terry Cooke, Margaret Sidney, Rose Kings
ley, Mrs. Mary D. lirlnc, Arthur Gilman,
George Cary Eggleston, Celia Thaxtcr. Ed
ward E. Hale, M. E. H-, Mrs. Clara tally
Bates, Nora Perry, Mrs. Dial, »red. A.
0ber £ Mrs Harrt ;{ Beecher Stowe, Chris
t ina Rosettl, Mrs. Mulock-Cralk, Philip
| Bourk Msrston. Sushu CooBdgc, Marlon
Ilarland, Margaret J. Prcstou, Prof.
Sargent, and a dozen or twenty others.
—There is never a number of Harper '»
Magazine Issued but what contains some
thing decidedly new und instructive. The
initial number for 18Sd confirms the opluion
that the.e is no limit of perfection to which
the mechanical and arP c tlc brains cauuot
reach. Tbe current number Ptarts oil with
Rembrandt's portrait oi the Burgomaster.
George Holland, A. R. A., takes the readers
some "Artistic Strolls In Holland," and
Charles F. Holder tells wonderful facts re
lating to "Living Lamps," giving a number
of fact* coueernlng the various speclmeub of
phosphorescent insect lilt* in different part6
of the world. There is nothing ut all dull
or stupid in the entiqc book, and one cannot
go astray in reading any of the many selec
tions which include: "The Anchor," a
poem, William Gibson, U. S. N.; "In a Red
wood Logging-Camp, Ernest Inger*®ll ;
"Widow Brown's Christmas," a poem, J. T.
Trowbridge ; "Sick is Anthea," a poem,
Robert Herrick ; "The Old Eugllsh 8ea
T. W. Higginsou ; "Humility," a
poem, Annie Fields ; "To Meadow es," a
poem, Robert Herrick ; "The Rosary ol
IlcarU," Mrs. H. M. Plunkett; "The Ladles
of St. James's," Austin Dobson ; "For ihe
Major," Constance Feuimore Woolson ;
"Tit for Tat," a story, Charles Read® ; "An
Old, Question," a poem, Margaret Eytingc :
"The American Dairy and its Possibilities,"
Conrad Wilson ; "Dick's Christinas," a
story, Edward Everett Hale: "The Lost
Meeting of Pocahontas and the Great Cap
tain," a poem, Margaret Preston ; "The
New-Year's Log-Rolling," Charles Phelps;
"A Chi Utnmß Thought," a poem, A. T. L.,
"Shandon Bells," a novel, William Black.
There are many illustrations by Abbey and
Frost and the various departments are more
than usually full.
South
a
till
D. A.
a
men,
to
re
the
like
he
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DR Y
GOODS.
Strawbridok A Clothier,
Dealers in Drv Good» Exclusively,
Eighth and Market Streets,
Philadelphia.
A Canary Hlrd
makes one of the nicest Christmas present«,
his swoet voice lxfing a c onstant reminder
of the doner. Tho newly imported night
singing canary Is the best as it sings by
lamplight as well as
cost is $2.50 Cages
for a nice brass cage up to $10.00 for a silver
plated one. The boat place to go for these
things is to the retail department of the
Bird Food Company, 237 South Eighth
street, Philadelphia. They have the largest
stock of all kinds of birds, cages, aquariums,
fine bred dogs, etc., in America. Canaries
can be sent by express with perfect safety.
A printed guarantee given with every
bird. d!4-0t
during the day; the
in be had from $1.00
Holiday Presents.
Ladies and children's furs, ladles fur col
lars, fur mufflers, ladies, gents and boys seal
skin cape, smoking caps, ear muffs, hat
brushes, silk, alpaca a«d gingham um
brellas and canes. Kumford A Bro., 404
Market street.
Ten persons were received Into member
ship at the Central Presbyterian Church last
night.
JOHN WAMAMAMMKeM.
*»**«*!* and . lace8 '
both, must have mOTO room,
Ladies' handkerchiefs, Spanish
_ , „ . , 11 j _;tt
fichus, Spanish mull and »UK
ties; and other articles that go
with laces, are On tWO long
. , it
counters, next the SOUtn wall
of the main building,
JOHN WANAMAKEK,
To-Dav
Monday, December IS,
-Al
John Wanamaker's.
Open till 10 o'clock every
night this week.
80 far we have got on suc
cessfully with mote people than
were ever in the store before.
Parts have been overcrowded
now and then; but there has
been little discomfort. We
shall try to arrange from day to
day to distribute buyers as
evenly as we can, so that all
who com# may find comfort
able room. We know of only
one way to manape a crowd; to
scatter the things it wants to
buv.
Towarü, Ui. southeast eornrr.
,
a
;
a
a
ol
News in Christmas cards to
morrow.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
South of ThlrloouUi-Etre«« «'iitrancr.
11 everybody knew of our
colored silk selling at 70 cents
a yard, there'd be too many
people there. Wonder if we'd
better say anything about 'em
till after Christmas.
Remnants of silk for doll
dresses, 50 and 75 cents a
yard; plain and damasse satin.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Next-ootar circle, south entrance to
main bullying.
We ought to keep you away
from the bargain-table tor boys'
clothing this week, because of
the time it takes to get a fit
there; but we can't let the odds
and ends accumulate,
gain-table wouldn't be bargain
table, if we didn't keep the
overcoats flying there. No
matter if it is crowded, it's a
relief to the rest of the stock.
JOHN WANAMAKER !
rd Market street.
Bar
We.t of middle alkie.
The carpet rooms never are
full ; too big tobe full. Trade
is now largely upon rugs, has
socks, ottomans, mats, and
other little things that involve
no work ; and we can make
and put down carpets on very
short notice.
North Gallery.
If your purse is too small,
buy a new one. By the way,
among more new pocket-books
than you ever saw together,
are a few old fine ones, that
you may have at liall-price.
At the same place you may
see, among shopping-bags, one
of seal with the fur on, with a
muff on the side. Only three
such have been made.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Secoud circle, uorthwwtt rrom center.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Leather bags, satchels, va
lises, and trunks are in the
basement, beyond tbe hubbub.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
F 2.
It may facilitate getting
about down-stairs, if we give
you a rough mapyff the place,
which you can cut out and put
in your pocket. Here it is :
Crockery, gia»4wars, UocoratsMi 1ninpi A
Kitchen things Innumerable
Wooilen ware
Brass fendent and such
ludlan and other baskets
Huh 'er overgarments
lland-hairs, valises, trunks
llorw-thlngs, lan-rot»es, etc.
Toys cover a half acre
Music boxes
r u
i) n
F 12
G 11
V 6
F 2
D 2
(4 2
NH
K.ittan furniture, invalid chairs, etc. H 10
Uonfectlonerjr
stationery
L «dies' nesting Ko« »in
Gcntlemcn'ii Heading Room
Transfer Office
K 11
K 13
N 12
N 10
K 14
There are thousands of
things there that you'll think
are not mentioned; but it's a
clue to them all.
By Christmas we shall have
no Christmas slippers. Shoes
of all other sorts are so many
that there's no limit to selling,
except the limit to fit, the
same as when trade is dull.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Weit Of middle Market street entrance.
hat
404
last
JOHN WANAMAKER,
< ^^ 3 KSÄ"t«asÄr'
ont boom.
m
HIVE
BEE
WE HAVE IN STOCK
-A LARGE AND
Yaried Assortment
-OT
Useful and Suitable Goods
-FOR
CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
—TO BE BOLD AT OUR—
USUAL LOW PKICES.
-PLEASE CALL
EARLY and OFTEN
AT THE
"BEE HIVE .' 1
R. L. RUSSELL,
306 Market Street.
n»vl-a«-*nwr
^yiLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT UDVCKP PBIOF4.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Olreot (Vom the Importer.
Cloths and Oassimeres
Toe l*rg«j*t «look we hav «ver offered.
—Aim a full Hue ®f—
Carpets amd Oil Cloths,
»rma aaasau ta |A*» P*r ya»U.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
Panoj Hooter, .nit Underwear.
CHRISTMAS
!
S. H. STAATS,
405 Markt t Street,
No.
lias ju»t opened an elegant stock ol
NEW GOODS!
Kuitable for Uie approaching
Christmas Holidays !
Constating of
Silk and Linen Handkerchiels.
FICHUS, LACEb. UUFFI.1N11S.TIIW, ETC-'
ptusil and Testheb UAob. pocket
Books, ETC. t FANCY JAPANESE
Wake.
Hand-made Zephyr Goods a
Specialty !
cndlows variety of
RwMm
FANCY AND USEFUL ARTICLES !
AT VKRY LOW PRICE».
Fmmuuaa t.lth.
JOHNSON St BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
8. W. COR. TENTH A MARKET, STS.
WILMIMOyON, DEL.
HBSIDBNCK8 :
U. T. BARNHILL,
2Sd and Tatual «U.
!.. UAKKY JOHNSON,
«17 Jefferson if.
•*|i2S-mwf-ly-l4
EN'S
M
EN'S
NECKWE A R.
annortineut of Neckwear for the
, rich colors and
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS
1<1 shades.
An elegant
Holiday trade
fash louable shape«,
to beautiful detdgUN
lu ull the
CUFFS,
UMBRELLAS,
COLLARS,
KNIT JACKET*!. HALF-HOSE,
SUSPENDERS, UNDERWEAR, LaCED
"NEGLIGE" SHIRTS.
for husband, t»wopili#rl or friend. A
arted assortment of GLOVES.
a rpputatlou for ex
tor*<i au.
coUf
«-• Dollar mi in
uuoqnalled In ihiacltv.
WM. B. COLE.
MEN'S FURNISHING EMPORIUM,
202 MARKET STREET
$50,000 for $2.
GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
51 8T
HOLIDAY DRAW1NQ OF THE
Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
In U< city of LOU18VI1.I.K, en
Saturday, December 30th '82.
On the last day of each month
excepted), $50,000 canll&l prize for th
only. Kem-ated adjudication by Federal and
ttlate Court* have placed tills company beyond
the controversy of the law. To this Company
belongs the aole honor ofbavln* Inaugurated the
only plan by which their drawings ure proven
haneat ajo«l fair beyond question.
(Bandars
N .*11. —The Company lias now on hand a large
capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the list
of prizes lor the *•
DECEMBER DRAWING.
1 Prlxe..
1 Prize.
1 Prize.
10 Prizes, 1,000 each
20
100.000
10,000
5.000
10.000
10,000
10,000
10,000
12,000
. 10,000
2,700
. 1.UÜ0
I0Q
100 "
ftO ••
20 ««
10 ••
«00
!» °°o ||
" Approximation
y
100 ••
1,060 Prices.
.$l»,«J0
WHOLE TICKETS, $2. HALF TICKETS, «1*
27 Ticket«,$ 60 ; 55 Tickets, «100.
Hamit Money or Bank DraJXtn Letter, or send
by Express. Don't send by KegUtereii Letter or
Post Office Order. Orders of «5 snd upward by
Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all
orders to K. M. UUAKDMAN, Courier-Journal
lluUdlug, LoaisvUle, Ky. A2$ Us-ly-SS
MitriT cLoratna.
55 jî
YESTERDAYS
SHIPMENT!
IS WHAT WE PROPOSE TO POT BE
FORE YOU ON PAPER TO-DAY.
Tbto shipment hat been due the put week,
but on account of our moving we de
layed It until to-day. It 1» with
out axceptlon one ol the
FINEST LOT
-or—
MISFITS
We ever received, consisting of
Nigger Head Satin Lined
Overcoats which were made to
order in Philadelphia for $45.00
and upward. Fine Meltons,
Silk Front, from Boston, to
order for $35.00, light colors,
light weight. Chinchillas,
with Fur Collars, from Balti
more, to order lor $50.00.
Blue Cloth Diagonal, very fine,
from Cincinnati, te order for
$60.00. Fancy Worsted, very
neat, Satin Front, from Roch
ester, to order for $38.00 and
others too -numerous to men
tion. The shipment also in
cludes
EIGHTEEN SUITS!
DIFFERENT SIZES,
DtFFERENT PATTERNS,
DIFFERENT STYLES,
ConaUUug of SATIN LINED 8ACK8,
SATIN BOUND CUTAWAYS, SKEL
ETONS, and in fact *11 the
!
LATEST STYLES
—•AND—
BEST MAKES.
It will pay you to come and
look at this lot, although you
have no intention of buying.
On my prices you can nave
one third of your money, at
the same time you can procure
a good article. Don't fail to
come, even though you only
look in the show window,
where we will have part of the
shipment lor display.
MISE 1 T
PARLORS
No.IE.Fourth St.
Directly in the Rear of R. R.
Robinson'* Banking House.
Open Until t p.
i. Saturday's tili 11.
or
by
all
DON'T FORMET THE NUMBER,
No. 1 East Fourth Street.
WAITJUAKMM * n now if
NO. 3, NO. 4, NO. 6, NO. 9 AVTi
NO. 12 ARE
BARGAINS FOR JUNIORS.
Bargain offering to-day has two items for Small Bov,
28 All-Wool Suite, sixes 1 to 12 years, at $3.50; would I
cheap «t $5.00.
85 Germania Fur Beaver Overcoats at $10.00 reduce
from $ 12 . 00 .
The other bargains for Boys are:
The
»*. mnALL»oy B r ovEjcoAW. « »y« ana ».<* u.,- c
So. 4— LAHOR BOYS- OVERCOATS, st «Atta Udl, broken up.
No. *—SMALL SOYS' BOIT. *»«*.0»; will»* rut but .till It ,ooa»u D „|,
No. »—LAHOR BOYS' SUITS, at W-K; <tlM not krnktn.
No. U-SER ABOVE; ju.t oflkred ta-duy.
A fresh bargain each day and every
cepted) this month.
day (Sunday
8 ei
WANAMAKER &
BROW*
OAK HALL, SIXTH ANI)
PHILADELPHIA.
MARKET.
YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL AND EXAMINE -
-MY STOCK OF
WATCHES' CLOCKS, .JEWELRY AN
SILVERWARE,
MILLARD F. DAVIS
NO. 9 EAST SECOND STREET.
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JAM MOW PREPARED TO DEL1VK1
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
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SUPERIOR QUALITY FOB FAMILY USf j
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AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
All coal well acre**nod aa »utlac*Uan.
dry
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Connellsvilie Coke!
Crushed for Family use.
Ego, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corraapondlng Anthra
cite «lie«, 17.00 per 0,000 pounds.
NO DUST!
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
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Ciias. Warner & Co.
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Market Street Wharf.
-100
TytLAWARE CARPET HOUSE.
1J NO. 309 MARKET STREET.
Ws have Just received a large stock
—OP PINK—
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
OAEPETING8'
—Also a largo aaaortmsnt of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
ns a call and satisfy yourself that we are
giving bargain«.-«
HENRY GREBE,
WlX.milOTOK. DM
A POSmYECURE
WITHOUT HKD1CINE11
ALLAH'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUOIE»
PaUntcd, October 16th, 117«.
—One box of—
Xo. 1 will curs say case In four days or less.
No. 2 will cure tbe moat obstinate sees, no
matter of bow long standing. _ -
No nauseous doses of oubehs, copaiba or OB
of sandalwood, that are certain to prodnoe dys
S. 0. ALLAN CO.,
■ John * treat. Ha« Tu*
laaM
^DAMB AND BROTHER,
No. 504 Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Cash Variety Sto
TOYS, DOLLS & MAS!
dry aooneu
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BABY CARRIAGES In the 8tat
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MAGIC LANTERNS.
CELESTIAL snd TEUKESTIALGl
POCKET COMPASSES,
SETS PHILOSOPHICAL APPAS
MODEL STEAM ENGINES,
CHEMICAL AEPAB
PEDOMETERS,
Gold C'liarm Compass
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