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Wll.MINUTON. TBCRBDAT, DEC. SI.
The •<Uaf«tt» , i H Telegraphie Meere.
The Gazette's readers of coarse have
noticed that for the past few weeks we have
been publishing much more telegraphic
uewa than formerly. Until recently oar
service was confined almost wholly to oar
late editlous, and in consequence people
who could only be reached by the
first edition of the . paper, secured
but little of that day's news
aside from local matters. Now, however,
arrangement is In operation by which we
are enabled to priut much news by wire in
our first edition, and commencing with to
day we will give, except on rara occasions,
at least a column of telegrams, and that
edition which is for sale on the streets at 1
o'clock, will contain all important news up
to 12 o'clock noon.
to
I
This is done through a contract with
tho Mutual Uuion Telegraph Company,
by which a special wire, ruuuing direct from
tho general office of the United Press Asso
ciation in New York, has been leased. It
not only Insures mor« prompt transmission
of news, but gives us a service largely in
creased in volume,
o'clock a.
Commencing at 8
the telegrams continue to
come lu until almost 4, and thus for nearly
eight hours we are in constant communica
tion with all parts of the world
This new departure, which will be as sat
isfactory to the patrons as It ts to the pub
lishers of the (sazbtte, has been entered
upon in order to give the people a superior
newspaper and one that Is second to uono
in the city. We hope tho enterprise of tho
Gazette will be appreciated by tho cltlxeus
of Wilmington, and from the way sub
scriptions are pouring in upon
perfectly satisfied that the people are begin
ning to sec the diffère
paper published at one cent and a daily
publication made up in slovenly style
from other papers, at the same price.
we are
between a /»rtc»
a
Tb« 8tro«t Market.
We believe there ie
longer any doubt
In the minds of the members of City
Council that puLlic sentiment is against the
removal of the market from King street,
and decidedly opposed to any change what
ever, unless it Is the authorization of
another market on Madieon etreet.
Such being the cube, the Council, at its
meeting this evening, should promptly ex
tinguish the French street scheme, aud
crush it so effectually that It will Dot be
likely to come up again fur years,
an ill-advised suggestion, not demanded by
public judgment, and not asked for by any
considérable number of citizens. It never
even attained the dignity of a public re
quest, and seemed to be engineered mainly
by a few persons having private interests to
•cm*.
Under these circura «stances Council should
have no hesitation iu giving the French
street market sham Its quietus this evening.
The Norristown Dtily HcraUl yesterday
began its fifteenth year under very flattering
prospecta. Th«; Herald
gossipy local journal, with a uational repu
tation and a circulation confined almost
entirely to Pennsylvania. J. If. Williams,
one of the dry est humorists in the couutry,
made the sheet what it is, while he himself,
•utside of this city and Norristown, fs the
least known, personally, of any of the lead
ing parugraphists.
a bright aad
lllgh Art in the White flou»«.
[Washington Post.]
—the era of stained glass, tiled
am! high mante] piece»—has
dawned upon the White House. Æsthetic
.alls supreme. P
cock blue and silver, crimson brown aud
»lead gold, delicate primrose and pale fawn
—thee** are now tin* prevailing lints of the
Interior furnishings. No longer is the White
House simply the home of a Republican
President. Lo, It is the temple of high art !
All this, and more than this, is the
White House of to-day. The fashions of
the time have placed their stamp upon it.
The old has passed away and all things have
become new. It is like, and yet uulike
old friend comes to us in new
•\ new
flreplac
ism relg
ithin Us
itself,
apparel. It is hard to describe how
black
«1 white interpret the rich
tints or the delicate shade of color,
the leaden letters of a printer's type-case in
common with the wonderful net-work of
inti Date design ? Before the cunning work
manship of the artist and the designer, with
it* wealth of color and grace of curving line
debcription fails.
warm
What
An Animated Callendar.
[Fllzabethtown, Ky., New».]
Grange Bennett, colored, is an animated
•sleudar. Ask him w hat day of the month
It 1», or wha« day of the week Christmas or
or Fourth of July comes on, und, without a
moment's hesitation, ho giv
answer. Any date you desire within two
years he will give instantly. What makes
remarkable Is he doesn't know one
figure from another and iaentirely illiterate.
the correct
u
Skinny Dien.
"Wells' Health Ronewer" restore« health
an«l vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1.
i'KIUONAL.
Roscoe Conkling is in Washington.
Judge Tourgce is ill and has stopped lec
tuiii.g.
Henry James is on the Atlantic bound for
this country.
General Sheridan says Grant is wild
the Fitz-John Porter business.
President Arthur takes watchful Interest
in the work of the White House, and those
lu charge acknowledge many valuable
gestions from him.
on
sug
A prominent New York legal gentleman
•net Oscar Wilde at dinner a night or two
elnce, and a6ked him what his real opinion
of New Yo»k waa now that he had lived
her? nearly a year. ' Well, air," aald Mr.
Wilde, with a pi arid emile, "my opinion la
"*■ formed, and It la that New York la a
• r [rood place for one to atop for dinner
u une'a way to Yokohama."
«FD res
, eioaks, coats, etocktngs and all
gs»m«iit« ran h» nolored succwmfülly with the
fffamond Dy»». Pu*U!»»»S!«*#i*r« Oah 10s.
TVS NSW YORK TOMBS.
Ortftn vf Ut« Architectural Styîv of the
Building;.
[New York Time». )
One of thooe Invent,lye gentlemen who
figure M the New York correspondent« of
provincial newspapers has recently under
taken to give an account of the building of
the City Prison, and how It got Its title of
the Tombs, In historical letter which Is con
spicuous for Its vsstness and variety of Its
misinformation. There arc very lew now
living, perhaps, who are aware that the plan
of the structure was substantially supplied
by the late John L. Stevens of Hoboken,
who, about the year 1830, returned flora a
long residence In the East,embracing Egypt
and the Holy Land,and soon after published
an elaborate narrative of his wanderings,
embellished with numerous Illustrations.
The book was generally knowu to the
fathers of the present generation
"Stevens' Travels.* r and copies of It are now
procurable with difficulty, but It la occasion
ally seen in collections of rare
volumes. Its interest lay in the
cats of rare and carious things with which
its pages were decorated, and among these
cuts was a picture of an ancicut Egyptian
tomb, with a description of the plan given
at length in tbs letter press. When in 1883
the Committee appointed by tbs Common
Council to decide upon a plan for the new
City Prison entered upon its labors, desirous
of doing something original and striking to
perpetuate their names, the member* agreed
the Egyptian sty
I book published
give them an Idea of what was meant by
Egyptian. Very naturally they stumbled
upon the cut adverted to In the pre
ceding sentence, And as the letter
presses contained a full description of the
building they decided to adopt it with very
trifling modifications to that effect, sug
gesting that the city prison should be called
the Tombs. The report was adopted, and
work was be
City Fathers
progress of their enterprise, us is often the
cose when a decision is rather hastily and
ignorantly arrived at, they discovered that
the nature of the ground was badly adapted
to sustain so inactive a structure and it
was found necessary to sink the piles upon
which the foundation of the building
now rett«.HÈHÈ|
■ 1838,
doubt a faithful copy of the Egyptian
tomb Illustrated and described by Mr.
Stevens, and while the name proftosed by Its
projectors peesetses a certain grim signlM
cance, Itcau hardly be said to add greatly
to the attractions ol the city, although it
will probably perpetuate the memory of a
forgotten volume of travels for rnauy
years to come. The massiveness ot the
structure, considering the nature of the soli,
is however, its worst etiviny, and must ultl
mately bring about, its destruction. More
than once the building has been declared
unsafe, and In several places the walls have
settled to a considerable extent. 8omc years
ago a crack large enough for the insertion
of one's arm was discovered in one of the
maiu walls. It extended in un the top to
the bottom, and was caused by the irregular
sink ng of the foundation. The figure
repaired with masonary, but the occasional
settling of the piles, which are overweighted
by the superincumbent structure, will some
day probably produce a catastrophe that
may turnish a fresh illustration of the name
proposed by the Common Council Coin
mittee.
in
the
the
so
to Introduce
course to the
le; and had te
by Hteveus to
on
as
in
to
at
if
gun at once ; but when the
hail gone a little way In the
The
and
work was finished
while It U no
Ostrich Kicks.
[January Cuutury.}
When a farmer goes into a wsvage bird's
camp he takes with him a thorn pole, with
a branch or two of the thorny bush left
the end. This is called a "tuck,'' and when
the tuck Is applied to the ostrich's neck
head (his tender points) he Is almost in
variably subdued, and, after one or two
efforts to escape, bolts furiously off to the
other «ldc of the camp, where 1# races up
and down to vent his buttled rage. If, how
ever, the bird gets near enough to his op
ponent to give the so-called kick, lie lifts
his bony leg as high as his body
and throws It forward with demoniac
grotesqueness, and brings it down with ter
rible force. His object is to rip the enemy
down with his dangerous claw, but lu most
cases It is the flat bottom of his foot which
strikes, and the kick is dangerous as much
from its sheer power as from its lacerating
etTects. It is a movement of terrible velo
elty and power, at all events. Htverul in
stances may be metitioucd of herd-boys
being thus either wounded, maimed
killed outright. One ease occurred mar
GraafT lL-inet, in which a horse had Ids back
broken by a single blow. In this case the
bird had endeavored to kill the rider, but
miased him and struck the horse. Many per
sons have been set upon by birds when
there was no shelter, not even a tree to
run to. In such a case, il "the pu
acquainted with struthious tactics, lie would
lie down flat on the ground; where the bird
finds it impossible to strike him.
this is no light matter, for
their rage at being battled of their kick, w ill
roll over their prostrate enemy, bellowing
with fury aud trampling upon him In tiie
most contemptuous fashion. One man who
thus attempted the lying-down plan found
that every time he attempted to rise the bird
raid return and stand sentry over hi in .till
at last, after creeping a distance he got out
only by swimming a pond that bounded
one tide of the camp.
II«
But even
»me birds in
the
!
the
of
it.
Humor of the liallot-flox.
[Albany Argus.]
The State Board of Canvassers found sev
eral scattering votes, an 1 the humorist,
well as the reformer, seem» to have been
abroad. For Govcruor, James A. Garfield
ami Charles J. Guiteau each had a vote in
Delaware. "No Conklingism" got
in Orange and
Roscoe Con kling had one in Oswego,
Jay Gould, and C. A. Arthur received one
' returna one vote
o lor Gould,
•* for Arthur.
vote
«did Betijurnin F. Butler.
s hud
In Otsego. Huttolk c
for Stephen B. French, i
for Coukling, Folger, and
Wyoming also returns one for Conkling. A
number of votes are given for Proxy French
for Lieutenant G«
pen ter comes in for quite a number. John
Wilkes Booth received one vote iu Delaware
county, and James G. li aine was remem
berer! for the same place by an elector oi the
same county.
bile French 'J
nor,
in
of
line
»"There ie
age " But ev
alter trying Kidney-Wort, that
wonderful efficacy lu all dise
End kidney». It is prepared in hot
liquid iorui and e
cftectire eathurtle
arguing a coward Int«» et
tho coward
ay bo brave
mod ici
•h ot the 11 v
dry
i«l
always ho relied «
I d<
tic. Try It.
or
a
two
one
A Canary RIrrI
makes one of the nicest Christmas presents,
his sweet voice being a constant reminder
of the doner. The newly imported night
singing canary Is tbe # best
lamplight
it singa by
well as during the day ; the
cost Is (2.50 Cages can bo had from $1.00
far a nice brass cage up to f 10.00 fora silver
plated one. The best place to go for these
things is to the retail department of the
Bird Food Company, 2J7 South Eighth
street, Philadelphia. They have the largest
stock of all kiudsof birds, cages, aquariums,
fine bred dogs, etc., in America. Canaries
can be sett, by express with perfect safety.
A prinwf! guarantee given with every
bird. d!4-0t
lec
for
those
The Story Without
At the city of New Orleans. La., on Tuesday,
Nov. 14th (always Tuesday) under tho solo
management of Gon'ls fJ. T. Hcaur«*gard <»f
La., aud Jubal A- Early of Va M the 15'»th
Grand Monthly Drawing of Tho Louisiana
State Lottory occurred, and thero historically
famous warriors attest over their own signa
tures, a fac $lmile of which Is published in tho
advertisement of tho Company, that all was
fairly done. It resulted ns fallows: Ticket No.
*3,116 drew «76.000, the first e»pltal prize—J. M.
Insurance Agent of Ennis. T
did also Airs.
on
sug
D
had
Joseph!no Miller,
52d ?t„ New York city. Among
others. No. 83,356 drew tho soeond prize, «25.000
—sold in fifths—two (2) to Charles Mowutt, a
sailor on the schooner "Lucy May." of N
buryport, Maps., and one-fl.ih to Charles Noe,
a journeyman cigar maker, No. 60 New Church
st.. New York city : one to Hermann Tosaberg,
also In New York city. Ticket No. 33,710 drew
tho third prizo of «10,000,
wer« held by W. T. « lark, a
In South 9th rt. Philadelphia, and
Emil Weidlg, No. 1142 Magazin« rt.. New
Orleans. There were many others, but tome
fion't want their names published : but this is
•Mugh ts enssurage »*»ra
one-fifth.
No. 310 E
two
lived
Mr.
la
a
-tifths of which
il estât« a g«*
all
the
10s.
JOHN WANAMAMCMM?*.
To-Day
Thursday December 21.
—Al—
John Wanamaker's.
till ten o'clock at night,
here are two times of day
Open
And t
in which the store is compara
tively empty, viz., 7.30 to 9 in
the minting, and 6 to 7.30 in
the evening. Ample attend
ance in provided at those times,
so that the most careful and
be
deliberate buyers may
served acceptably.
I
A •bookstore at last ! Book
trade this week amounts to
more than any other class of
trade in the store. And yet,
on a pinch, we could do twice
as mich. Beginning last sum
mer we prepared lor great trade
in bcoks. We more than
doubled the book-space, pro
vided new fixtures, choose an
out-ol-the-way corner, and got
ready! It is a quiet place, ex
cept in December ; such as
bookluyers take to. Such
another home-like book-haunt,
perhaps there's none in town.
But the effectual attraction
to it is the way we sell. We
buy as low as we can, and sell
at a small profit. That's the
whole of it. No trying to get
somebody else's price. No hag
gling. No deviation from the
mark on the fly-leaf. No at
tention to anybody else, unless
he gcjts below us; then we go
down, no matter what the cost.
New, if you please, twice
as many may come to-day;and,
if you are patient, all shall he
served.
JOHN WANAMAKEK
North o Thtrtwnth-Mrr. t entrance.
N
Ft
Christmas cards and tokens;
clean, untouched ; but easily
seen and quickly got, by hun
dreds! of
people together.
John wanamaker.
South of TUlrtcentb-Urcet entrance.
If you would choose a gilt
for its half-decorative and halt
artistic value, look through
this forest of bric-a-brac in
wood, glass, bronze and brass,
Some of these curious wares
are delicately humorous; some
are broad farces; some are
beautiful; all arc useful, under
some such disguise. It is the
disghise which makes the spirit
of tl e gilt.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
1er circle,
»««rthv. t At fro
eeutcr.
l f you would pay a delicate j
compliment to the person of ]
your friend there is something
among the toilet things which
will express not too much. A
big box of soap, a musk
pomade, a fine comb, a tooth
brush—perhaps you will not
choose, unless there is special
occasion; lint there are others
that speak softly, and so many
that you must look along the
counters to be reminded of
them. It is the disguise of
beauty and delicacy that makes
gifts of such. A little money,
or a great deal of money, will
find them out.
in
A
JOHN WANAMAKER.
North of c *uter, near by.
Glove-givers ought to he
satisfied.
i«l
JOHN WANAMAKER.
West |»f Arca«lc.
Ixtli and
tventli counters.
And hosiery-givers.
JOHN WANAMAKEK.
by
the
the
West >f Area«
*, eighth
id ninth ct
If wp mention luces and
handkerchiefs at all, we ought
to bespeak your patience. You
see how we have tried to
scatter you. Laces are over
there by the southeast door;
and handkerchiefs are all over
the house. Wc shall satisfy
you, it we can.
solo
<»f
tho
was
No.
M.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Bouthl ol
center, Kiso southeast corner: aud for
irn's hdkfs. w«-.
and liiidule Mark
of Arcade, first
street entrante.
Fine
embroidered
dreis-pattems down still-lower;
$1H to $30 off the prices. Some
colored ditto. Black silk em
broidered dress-fronts ditto.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
black
had
a
Noe,
drew
New
tome
is
Next I outer circle, south entrance to
mal|u building.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Uinut, ThDte«nth and y*rk»t»tr««t
d| Clty-b»!l square. Wtlisdetphla.
Ob< 1
J»«r OOODA
CHRISTMAS
S. H. STAATS,
Market Street,
No. 405
Hm Jiut opooed *n elegwit (took ot
NEW GOODS
«ulublc for «h. apnroaehla*
Christmas Holidays
!
(.'onalxtlitir of
Silk and Linen Handkerchief.
LACER RUFFLING
FI01
u
I
A
. ; FANCY JAPA
Ware.
Hand-made Zephyr Goods
Specialty !
Beside« an ©ndlr*» variety of
FANCT AND USEFUL ARTICLES !
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Mow Draaa Goon», xc., oc Hborpa.
l
^yiLLIAM B. BHARP,
Fourth and Market Sta.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PRICE*.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Diront from the Importer.
Cloths amd Cassimeres
To« l«rg«»t stock we hav ev«r offered.
—Also a full llu« of—
Carpets ajtd Oil Cloths,
Prom M cents to 92.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
/GREATEST bakoains
VJ KVKK UKFKIIKI) IN Till* CITY.
riANOS :
HKK TUB LIST OF
t CKLKBBATKD
MAKERS.
WM. KN AUX A CO.,
STKIN WAY A HON8,
F. BACON,
SBUMNG.
HARRINGTON. .
VOW. A HON,
EMERSON^
N KW
'IANO«
Ft
91,500.
—ORGANS By The—
BMITII AMERICAN ÇQ..I
TAYLOR A FARLEY CO.,
HRHMJEPUKT CO., AC.
Hale, Mfyera
New Organa
From |50
Up to |30n.
Huron d hand'Ptano« by Stein way,
and other* Tor 940, 50, |176 aud 9»5
Second hand Organ* by Geo. Wood, K|»t«y,
Mason A Ilamlln, for |15, 130, 4t(). f*).
H. F. ROBELEN,
710 MARKET 8TRKET.
U-Uanl-tU-dA'-IM
M F
N'8
N ECKWEA R.
An elegant assortment of Neckwear for
llolldny trade in all the new, rich color* and
fashionable shapes. BILK HANDKERCHIEF#
In beautiful designs and »hade«.
UMBRELLAS, COLLARS, CUFFS,
KMT .»ACKETS, HALF-HOSE
SUSPENDERS, UNDERWEAR, LACED
"NEGLIGE" SHIRTS.
Pr黫 nt» for husband,
l»rg«
eethe
•rtraent of GLDVK8.
a reputation for ex
.r frie nil. A
d varied
hollar frturt j»a*
eelle.uce unequalled in thWeity.
WM. B. COLE.
MEN'S FURNISHING EMPORIUM,
202 MARKET STREET
j
] ^y RAl, i
TNG PAPER.
WOODBINE MILLS.
LABEL REGISTERED
GUARANTEED FULL COUNT.
Off* F KURIL
5TII, l«7S.-%a
Ifc BH KK'fB TO THE QUIlt E
STRAW WRAPPING,, to be lirti (BtaiUlard)
~euuL nhoulil have IS »he* tv |ln ;«vh Dulrk ami
2a (Jlitre» to each bundle. [
ffff-Then 1» much paper m
18 Sheet« to the quire, and tu »um«
1*2 sheet*. Thebe facts
•w being sollt with
in few as
sumer, the paper being low in price, they do not
think of the number of sheev* they gi t m h
humUe. COUNT your PAPER. Ab k lor
WOODBINE,
u
and take nothing else, as this brand IsGliarun
(Standard)count,and »o Ijs EAR
f .ltEAl Ell t«> the consumer than a lower priced
paper, put up with LKHB »beet» to the Quite.
Ask th« firm you buy or to give you "WOOD
BINE MILL*" Wrapping, and take nothing
else, as this paper is the cheapest In the market.
Count, Quality,Weight & Color
considered. If yen cannot get It of the flifm you
deul with, then try elsewhere. I)o not be Induced
to buy any paper but the
WOODBINE MILLS.
snrS-1i
J RON RAILINGS
'-AND—
IRON WORK
roil BUILDINGS.
J. P. WALTON à CO.
CATION ATE8 FtJRWI8HKD ON APPLI
552 & 554 W. Sixth St..
Cincinnati.
.ÙV11-HI
MmniCAL.
USE THE
Never-Failing Remedy,
THF,
•Ion,
tency,
Age,
a ad
bös
a
oa
for
the

ml
—THE CELEBRATED—
H. H. H.
MEDICINE
FORMAN AND BEAST.
Z.
As a Family Remedy It Has
no Equal.
M
It» great worth fur
Thousand* b«ia* tesilroouy
the care of the fallowing (Hi
C CM C »
J
RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
DIPHTHERIA,
PARALYSIS,
Pain» la the II«a*l and Back, Frosted Foot, bllff
Join!«. Lameness, Pleurisy and for external aw?,
and for
1NTEHNAL USE,
of
i holen». Cholera Morbu«, Cramp». Pain la
tba (Stomach or Bowel». Uuw-nvu 9) drop«* to
half a teaspoon fui In wafer. Never reduce for
external aao. Every family »huuld keep
hand, a.« it la a never-felling b<m»ehoid remudy
l
I m
PRESERVE Till» K(Rt FUTURE RKFERNCE.
RM
Infallible <•
TI.« H. 11. II. medicine !»
Diphtheria, if u»ed, according to the following
direction»:
DIPHTHERIA IN PERSONS.
hind it on
«built thirty inlnutoft, and put «
it to prevent the evaporation from
pAawttig off, «ml wli*n thoroughly bliHU-rcd.open
ih« hltbtcr with « needle, «na take « cloth and
KhHorh the water th»t pa»**» off, then taken cloth
and »prend thick with pur* hog*« lard, «ml hind
the Dilater «nd i-haiiuc every hour, w hich
will abtorh all the dlaeaae through the pore», and
Internal medtetne will In* needed except a pur
gative medicine. Children »hould not behlUU-red
more than ten minute».
Thl* hi* never been known to fall when u»*d
directed.
linen cloth
Maturate a muslin
the throat f<
drv cloth
II
FOR HORSES.
without a bottle tu Ida
No h*
fthOPld
r<
alahle In c«m>. of accident, a» H I» a *u
th«* following dl*ea»ua <»f the horse:
USE EXTERNALLY
For Strains lim l**.■*, Htraine«J Joint», Sore
Blioxider» and Hack, Thrush In Feet, Heraldic*,
jjr. Fistula, l'oll Evil. Dlfttcmper, t'urb.
Hwe
Hpilnt.
BLOOD OR BONE SPAVIN,
RlnKlnin», and will remove all Hw«dllnga —.
Gall<»u» Lump* left from kirk» or other hruliM-»,
without Injuring the growth of the hair.
Kptrootle und IH*t*mp*r, um* from
tahlennoonful* In a bueket of «old water, for
their drink when watering, and bathe th* throat
until It btt»t*r*. then put « cloth around the
throat to keep It warm.
Till* medicine I* nn infallible cure for all exter
nal «lUeaM** of thehorae, If u*e«l Ire« ly and reg
ularly it will cure all hone aud bto<»d Hpavin,
<'orb and Splint«*, aud ail other cailou* lump*
without Injury In tho growth of the hair,
Jury to the animal; but in all those en»e* i
» blister.
fi diMOlVCT
ab»orbt*r, mid will take off all r>t>avln» that hav*
not lH*«n over two year* «nd
old hone Hpavlii* tfm
half »Unding,
old ft
r»l ye
will
curt the luineuc»* effectually, but doe» not take
off all the Memt*h, but make» the horse h* ser
viceable a* ever hu ww. It ran !h* retted upon a
the HEBT SPAVIN MEDICINE In the world.
It ha* outdone nil veterinary »kill iu curing all
external dt**«M-s of the In
muin rou* raw» lu California,
H tat es, that the Veterinary H
upas lueurable, «ml denied
uld lw perfo
The nmprti
and dollars If all «ueli
been tterfornted as slated by him,
if he cannot perfoi
tiled In his rlreularn *»f *11
■ and ha»
«I In th«- Atlantic
*d
tirgeo
by
of them.
»uch c
cine lu the world.
medl
orfelt
r will'
res ha
lid forfeit the
• tlom
of
i
A
should proe
horse cireular», with directions f<
full particular«, which cannot f.i
newspapers as it i* too expe
particulars In newnpatter*.
All horacmen shouh! pr»«*
whh'h ha* «tirectious on
»mall« r hottles, a* it eontaln»
the
cheaper to
gained a gr«
lerual dlsea*«*» in man au«i ht*a*l, than a
that ha:» ever been offend to the public,
stand* at the head <>f all liniments a* to
mand. which I» largely Increasing.
huouM uiak. himself ac«4ualuted
preparation without delay: so mniiv
aaved hundred» of dollars by using tt
that were dUea*« «J, a * '
one of hi*
using, with
puldi*lied In
I advertise all
the dollar bottle
luorc fully than the
nearly three time»
d 1« much
Heine ha*
line for nil ex
ouot of the fifty cent bottle
n.iumer. The
.*!• fame iu shorter t
Ih
:
• « * ■ -I
Every per
1th flit
hi
CERTIFICATES OF CURE.
Samuel Carmen of B«u*alem townunlp. Huck»
county, Ph . say* tt baa been worth a thousan*!
uulinr* to hlm lu curing hi* Rheumatism.
Rim:
>nd, Virginia
To the Proprlet
great pi
JH. II. H. Medicine I got 'fro
r II. II. II. Medicine : It
you that the
in you has
KïS
v to I uf«
<f a bad
per o
young lady he
anxio
first express.
»e of NeuralgU «m a
wli«» hare tried It
? duzet
for
*y
Yu
"111 v.
WM. II. PROUt, No. 10J Clay street.
Pill l.AbBLri! I a, Frank ford, Junes, i«7l.
D. D. Tend in «on : Tbl» I*
, . , « the "H. II. ll. Ili
hi* Hone Bpavln In a
The horae walked on
entirely stiff. If.-i
hl» foot *«|uare
now entirely well. The
»atlsfactory to u
tin* medicine. \
« « rtlfv that w.
Medicine'
H !
ami
hi*
*w using hl» leg freely. »
the gr
• I firm
d.
d I.«
»ult ha* been eutlr
«•hccrfuily rc<
l
truly,
IIAYKB & KM.18.
as
not
h
I'liiLADRi.t'in a, 1311 Cre:
, «>»•. D. D. Tom 11
fcr«'d « early thre
being so bad <»
Doctor could give
HI
: Having mif
■ekrt with the Neuralgia,
ns became paralyze«!, flu
dlef. One of my
•lebrated If. II. It.
and got one hottle. 1 found
neighbors {
Medicine. "
»o much relief I got another, which made a per
f ct cure, and I moat heartily recommend ll t«»
all who are ulike aflllcted. Any one can learn
what I think of it. Yours truly,
MRS. HENRY Ï1ATH,
tohl me of y
CURE OF CHRONIC NEURALGIA.
It give» ineideasure to add my testlieonhil to
other» In favor of the ''Celebrated H. il. II. Mc«l
1 Inc—1>. D. T. INJS," an a remedy for both
and beast, tor nearly thr e years I w»» aff«
with the Chronic Neuralgia, aud I trle«l various
r '>4 1< l U ? wl,, ' »»»ly temporary relief, until at lust
after being confine«! toiuy bed nearly cli/ht weeks
HH.i.-.-d to try yuur valuable a,ÏÙ
.. tl */ l "' ,ur y «•»ult«. »« I pr.-w
the time I ('«'mnieneed n.sing It, and
lour holtleb the pain all left me.
six months ' '
with the
better ire
after using I«
d f«>r the It
It. 1 have m'
with tue
hing of
latfa
have felt
of Idie
It UMil ||
you
g«uid effect, und i cutl cheerful!v
cîaim'far lt" U Y! M lh T ' t,iat U w,u 1,0 ttl1 thut J
u , »• KIRKBRims.
Hustletvn, 23d ward, Phlla.la.
Look out occasionally for new matter iu
this advertisement concerning the merit« oi
H.H. Medicine.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND MEDI
CINE DEALERS.
D. Dodge Tomlinson,
PROPRIETOR and MANUFACTURER,
Philadelphia, Pa.
«ec'21-]UwAw(ira
•VHUmrß.
18 WEALTH.
.JEALTtl
DK. K.
V. WEKT'tl NEKVK. ANU BRAIN
THF, ATMKNT- a »peel Srfor HfWerla,Dlzztn*»«,
Convulsion«, gENNpM HcadMlir, Mt mat Deprt»
•Ion, Less of Brwrmatorrhw*, ini po
tency, Involuntary KcjntMhm, Premature Old!
Age, can»«-I by over i niflp s. **ir-»bu»<, or
«B ok whirl* tends to mlM ry ,<!cr»y
I >ns bin will core rwrent esse*. Karh
for
•ver-tnduijr
a ad death. <
bös contain» front un-ut. On« dollar
a box. or *.»« bov«*#» tor fb; seat by mall prnpahi
oa receipt of prt«w, W« yuarant**« »lx box«-» to
■nyrase. Wttb ««cl order received by n»
for six box**, act'oinp»ui«*«! with |JV, we will send
the purchaser a written guarani* « to return li t
money If the treatment MM not effect a cure.
tiu»r»BU« iHnei umj uy ». M. DAN v O!t III,
• Irtisfjjlnt,corner Heeond and Market street*, WU
ml h it ton. Delaware, ole agent.
J£LEGAHT
J HOLIDAY GOODS !
t'*cful and Ornamental at
Z. JAMES BELT,
PHARMACY, SIXTH k MARKET BTH.
Beautiful
CELLULOÏD 8KTH of ntw dulKBMa
plush, l cat tier and satin.
EirgaaiOlKtR 1'AHKH fur bandkerchlefestraeta.
Home «er» pretty Christ ma» noveltlea In ALLI
GATOR Akiv
CUT ULÀH8 and ENGRAVED BOTTLES In
great abundance.
HA OOLOONR «bd HANDKKIU HIKE
EXTRAfrrs lu boauUfblly labeled bottle*.
»Era, TOILET MIRRORS, PUFF UO*tt
and numerous useful article» fur pleasing
prêtant».
FAR
M 11 i
VO Al»
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DRUVKl
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
-or
»ÜPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY C»V
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
AU C0.1 well Knmrd »a ml In ecIUra.
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH »T.
ABF*T«tepLoate
of the citv.
communication with all parta
mû*
gOMETfllNG NEW.
Connellsville Coke!
Crushed for Family uoe.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite aizee, $7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO ASH !
NO DUST!
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT I
Chas. Warner & Co.
?
Market Street Wharf.
-100
It
$50,000 for $2.
a
*y
g|8T GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
HOLIDAY DRAWING OF THK
Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
I.«
l
In the city of LOUISVILLE,
Saturday, December 30th '82.
t«»
On the la»t day of each month (Sundays
excepted), 950,000 caplOil prize for this month
only. Repeated adjudication by Faileml
8 täte <'ou rts have placed this company l>ey
the controversy or the law. To this Company
belongs the sole honor of having Inaugurate«! the
only plan by which their drawings
«'«nest and fair beyoud question.
N.Ut, -The Company has
capital ami reserve fun*i. Read carefully tho list
of prizes for the
prori
to
hand a large
DECEMBER DRAWING.
1 Prize.
1 Prize.
1 Prize.
10 Prizes, 1,000
950,000
10,000
6,000
10,000
rb.
20
10.000
10,000
10,000
12.000
•sus
1,800
of
100 *
60 *
J
■J. *
1,000
10 " .
800 " Approximation
200 " "
100 " "
U
1,960 Prizes.
.9132,400
WHOLE TICKETS, 92. HALF TICKETS, |1.
27 Tickets, 950; 55 Tickets, 9100.
Remit Money or Hank Draft In Letter, or send
' Express. Don't send by KegistertMl Letter or
>st Olllce Order. Orders of 95 and upward hv
tnrt*B», can he sent at our expense. Address ail
«fers to R. M. HOARDMAN, Oourier-Jourual
Building, Louisville, Ky. «.»-tu-ly-«
!
A PRESENT !
Handsome Card
Wth Each Can.
i
^MlüMf^îBAKlH £
-orraif
• P.:o
A Good Watch !
^OWDt^
Ask Your Grocer
For It I
d«c5-dàw-l-*0
_ _
pKOF. A s. WKHSTKH#
SEI, EOT
Dancin
Academy
MASONIC TE Mru K '
(Fourth ft
Wilmington, Del,
for Üiç Second oJAr" 1 rec *P t *0R ofp u
i »
Ö
.)
IWN
UF.NTI.KMKN SI I AM „
H»ynaim tr uu ,,tiiffceSjjJ»»a
wjfWJïïï-wneiaA**
«■»P. U,. " "• »«»N.,
jssst**u
Lau«'-er»
•ml l'nlv« r«i vÜlnÄJ U, * ,u '
CHOICE OF DAYS.
Jchnol«, Mmtaurle, or arm,.
ÂfÂÇîïî
city
For terms, circular,
H. F. ROIIELEK'H.
^«•710 Market
etr s apply »t
street,
by mall to
«rt-triô" 0, " c ' ro " tl *« ;i >ï*S
A DAM8 AND BROTHER,
No. 504 Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Cash Variety Sto
TOYS, DOLLS & MAS
DRY OOOim.1
HOSlEKY
NOTIONS,
LADIES' 4 GENT»*
I'MiKKW
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBB
CROCKERY. TIN,
ULAHHWAHK,
HAU, IIKMI',
INGRAIN AND
HT AIR ( A KI' ET,
HTA1K Hot
am
L»rg,at ,n<t .h«|K nt 111!. r,f u m „ Ll ,
V«. . In . 11 . 11 ... Ti.it. IV. T.l.lmn! v",
Ifry, Ktpr... V V. !..■ I, TuvTor
KripU«H9, 1*011«, lloll.llMd^ Unti-BodlM
Carriage». The largest, cheapest »ad b«t!
BABY CAKHIAGE8 in the 8utt
—BOLR AOXVts »0E—
HARPER'S BAZAR ? A TURN
It will pay yon to call ami examine oan
of good» and price« before purchulnr.
TABLE, STAIR and FLOOR01LCK
S-lS-l2-4V-i!lw
yAU'AIH.E
-AND
USEFUL PRESENT
SPECTACLES,
OLA IDE LORRAINE MIRKO
SPY GLASSES,
KALEIDOSCOPES, TKLErCOn
OBERA GLA
GRAPH* »>( <>l'F> MK li«<M op
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS,
THERMOMETERS,
EVE OL
FIELDGLi
STEREOSCOPES.
BAROME
MAGIC LANTERNS.
CELESTIAL ami TKKKE8TUL GL
IMX Kl.TI OMVABSKS,
SETS PHILOSOPHICAL A1TAH
MODEL STEAM EXCISES,
SETS OF CHEMICAL .UTAH,
PEDOM1TEB8,
Gold ('harm Compass!
Catalogin'» a*, iv.ll*»
'art lilt—Mathematir
•• 2d—Optical Iti-t
*• 3«i -Magi« Laub
•• 4th~l*ht»lrnl I»
tl lu-truincnt«.
and VI
r« IS
•* Mb—MifU'uruiogtc&l in
JAMES W. yUEES &
I'HILADEI
024 CUESTNLT ST.,
<iec9-I2tdA2twS0
D ELA WAKE CARPET HQC8E.
SO. a/jMAUKWÜTl
We h»Tf ]»« rralvoj * Uree >ml
—or... ,
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, HIM
INGRAINS AN!) 1UMASK
CARPET1N
—Also a large xMortiD'Dt of
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINM AX'D
DOW SHAUES.
i satisfy yourself IM
«call
giving bargain«..'«
Give
GRE
HENRY
WILMINGTON. 1»B
EVERY /['ROF. MARSTOK'S HE!
HANf""""
MUp
€0., Wh Fulton St.,
PURE
INDIA
~-'ll .labodl'. U» '"<■
ess
dual wk
'
T
DEI1PA DOGS and .", h ..
Buperlur In flavor. 1 , ..'„«„tit
the Calcutta Tea hyudlcaU*, i *
'i .
EVERY M
idui!S'it.rdWiw;
Sh
Wk
K'p/emature Dec*
Mfh «nd Henllh " 1» P*«"'. 8 ':
! kc
rrm drlWered be**« '""i. ' " . .QT.lMbWl"*
MÏ C WKirD AND SINGLE'!
«HEUrflATIEW! ANÇ COuT Cl
When we can eshihLd* ^ {r01l?cr ,
wli.c'i every I many ,,u î for?
!.
put that evidence
without w0 '2|'\ vll i iuru»
tlail
Disorders, and
of every *
U.
!
claim that n<>
ear. or closo his*} .
hi* blighted Ihn- h> •>''* '
dependent families, sod t»> lll °
life's ambition ,>e fare > lorB
disease, wo ask you to g jiV(J j r „ D k
to the homes or some v.i«# ■ ■
of life nml are now fall >'• ,M0 - 7 .....
tell to tho world their
false stiitew nt
rannot, by proper 1
frionda) bo probod to
•f truth.
to the g
Btri' k
\ IIM
Inquiry M ,l 'jr ottB d
tlj0 tot tom «t • • 0L
A mou 8 bnn«lre«ts core
to Mr. ktanlick. Jfa '
wiihChroulc BbcumsU»
Mr. HuL'ip. »4
Gout.
Dr. (V-tmn
Chronlo H
Mr. Hoc
8 vi ar*—L kI c*pe»«le«t
'T'i.no, 4M - , „
"Yr'E'/.V.d. a. HÄ %% »
njatory and Chronlo „
"SÄfftiuMWi. 1* Jth5Ärf5*;„,l
Bhouinflüsm lor f.*"* ' t'cttv—*-vorte-»« r
S'äWEää
-SS*KS.VV<»«. >«*
•"'"•ÄS "»»*" 1 17 •
nknni r^ tUm
" y ftîoofcin>- Sl ' T ' ro
Bl
Bfookly»' 4
.ScUtl« ^
Halt!«» St-.
Sîf&BrwWJii;
iJi over #10^ 10
S66C
kiro-'
rd Aveca«*,
cm
7*Ätl «««■», u"
Th« »bore
"'«tewii™ «"*• j"J
jSÏSuSîiî!lSi.'«*t
Klmore. Adain.
Brooklyn, ond 10 5
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