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THE EDÄL-WKI**.
[Dom Ort««ll]
, WM horn Vb my'Tlttto.lirond,
1 All woolly, wurm »od whlWi
I live io llie mlrt
1 live for my own d.lltht,
crowd
I ?eo far beneath
The Alpin« rusos red,
Ami thegentUM* WufcWBflNl,
A That makes the valley» bright.
1 Mourn for the eottle'e «y».
1 bloom foril»d»rl<w h*od.
■ live hotter Ood,»ndldlo
Unto him, Mid *t ht. command.
LAST NlOHT'fwKWS IN II HI*.*
Admiral Jam«* F. Suhenck, retired,
Dayton, Ohio, aged 75
Bc " r a ,
died yesterday, In
''«[lor Julius W. Maaon of the Third CaT
,* ,j|e,l at Fort Huachuea, Arlaona Terrt
mry'on Wednesday.
I H Tomlinson, ex-Chlef Clerk of the
ruitom House at New Orleans, haa been In
dieted for embeaaUng Government pro
'*iv Labi'tsMr Glnghanj Mille at Clinton,
McssavliusFtta, einplrwlng nearly 2,000 per
k ,ib have announced a tfenerel reduction
lb wie.'« of 8 per cent. Thu reduction Is
„•«•pted by the operatives.
F N Brlpç», Superintendent ol the letter
carrier-, and Chief Clerk of the Post
Offlrr ut Denver, Colorado, waa arreetod
vestenlayon a charge of atcallng money
•irtutercd letters and held in $1,000
ball.
Spcc hl Treasury Agent Uelchbold, who
bw been Investigating charges of enormous
smuggling on the Niagara river, pronounces
tlie charges "extravagant, preposterous aud
ataurd, with scarcely a grain of truth In
The (hand Jury at New Orleans haa In
dicted Tlmmas Clark, Stephen J. Plillbln,
John C Murphy, William Nelaon and Peter
llulbolland tor .parUclpaUon in frauda at
.,. u t election. They were held each In
wm
Um
[1,1551 lull.
TIP MiliiHard Block In Oawogo owned by
till, United Stale. Life Inanrence Company
u l Sew fork, waa burned on Wedneaday
night and ttao Union Hotel, adjoining, was
neatly damaged. The loaa 1. estimated at
limit 575,000.
Tue llablllitle» of the William C. Moore
private bunking hon« of New York, com
pel]«! to plo#c by the nu.pen.lon of the City
Bank of Rochester, are estimated at $100.
jnu. Mr. Moore haa assigned his (arm and
lank building, valued at $12,000 each, the
(pettier licing mortgaged for $7,000 anil the
latter for 57,000. and haa also turned over
In the bank vaults estimated
rub and paper
it jlllJKKI.
The ni » building of the Commercial Ad
*rfu<T, 111 Huffalo, waa destroyed by fire
lut wr iting, and the Masonte Hall building
opnoniic, w#8 nearly destroyed. The Adeer
liirr building waa occupied also by Henry
D. Blakcslee, wholesale saddler, and tho
lower «tories of the Masonic Hall were
occupied by Greiner & Co., wholesale
imrrrr. The total loss Is estimated at
$551,1581.
WASHINGTON NOTES.
Tliv .supreme Court of the United State.
Mtcrdiiv adjourned until January S.
It is announced that the Secretary of the
Jury I# cm hide ring a plan for the reduction
ol the expeueea of the civil establishments
• of tho naval M-rvIce, so as to bring them
irlUmi the appropriation. Tho reductions
ire tu be effected about the middle of
January.
He nomination of J. F. Olmstead for
CommUluner ol the District of Columbia
meets with much opposition In the Senate
committee to whom it was referred. It was
rtlernd yesterday for consideration to a
HtKommiltec, couslstlng of Messrs. Kol
Useand Gorman.
Tic President, yesterday, nominated Joel
lErliardt to be _
wiilimi New York; George M. Lainberton,
fed State# Attorney for Nebraska; Vf. K.
Artlainl of New York, CJou.ul at Nice, and
Gorge F Mosher of New ltampsmre oou
»ilai Sniineburg
urcsentaUve Ueed yeaterday laid before
Way# and Means Committee "some
fkt!- and ligure« to «bow the Importance to
ike 1 « ( pit! uf Amirttook, Maine, of rnaiu
• présent dutlrs on potatostareb."
.hat "the Btareh factories lu the
yesterday, nounimiea uovi
Uutted Sûtes Msréfcal for
V
killing the
He argued ihftt "the starch factories
region rforded a most valuable market to
firmn*, ami that the destruction of the in
fittetry would be a great injury to a very
touribhiug aud growing community."
that
Kid
will
the
HIE I.AKÜE8T RETAIL 8TOCK &¥ DRY
GOODS.
Sthawbridge A Clothibh,
Dealers in Dry Goodb Exclusively,
F. i our ii and Market Sthekts,
Philadelphia.
\ Great Man Who 1« Weary.
[New York World,]
That hard-worked public servant, the
Hon. ITannibal llanliu, has reached his
tome at liaugor, Me., aud has been received
'ith great rejoicings. It may be that some
four readers have never heard of the Hon.
Hannibal llamlin and hU public services,
kdwby he worked so hard, but they ought
to know all about him it they do not, and
•f refuse to enlighten them concerning the
past hibtory of this great man. On a raein
wable occasion Webster declared that the
m at least w as secure. It Is enough for us
to know that for the countrymen of the
Hon. Hannibal llamlin the future is secure.
He told the people of Bangor that he bad
f oiB8 home to stay, and that he could con
fie of no emergency which could take
kim away from his fireside—-in a figurative
01 Pickwickian sense, of course, for when
toe genial month of May woes him to the
flwn fields the Hon. Hannibal Hamlin
«rely will not obstinately .hug tho cast-iron
of his New England home. That any
emergency, such as the call of bis
country to a collectorship or a foreign mis -
*toO) should come between him and his
Jloyed ingle, is, it must be acknowledged,
j «conceivable in the present aspe 2 t of
affairs.
Skinny Men.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health
»nd vigor, cures IKspepeia, Impotence,
«lual Debility, fl.
Brocaded Bilk Handkerchiefs.
Beautiful goods at 50 cent» each. Crosby
'Bill'«, No. 220 and 222 Market street,
'pec every night this week.
Farmers and Other«
a genteel,lucrative agency business,
which |5 to $20 a day can be earned,send
*Mrcßfi at once, on postal, to H. C. Wilkin
tp&Co., 195 aud 197 Fulton street Now
fork.
Oi
Holiday Present*.
f or skates, all kinds of choice cutlery and
tow cages the place to get your money's
is at J. V. Carlisle & Co.'b, »03 Mar
wtrtreet. If you buy beiore inspecting
totoT large stock you will make a great mis
Dolls.
Gosby & Hill are showing a large line of
remarkably low prices, No. 230 and
-Market street.
Kill
»f® Hunter's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co.—
Piï 1 ! 11 w l» y ctalties--CincinnaUi A N. Y.
'wculara tree.
"Do Likewise."
I I ce M. D , Buffalo, N. Y.: "Five
Irr.,., . n ^° 1 was a dreadful sufferer from uterine
hKv-i ' l : s - Having exhausted tho skill ol three
«ol«.»"? 8 * 1 wa8 completely dlscoumged. and
could with difficulty cross the room
tlon»® \ ht '* an tJiklng your 'FavoritePre bo ip*
4ed '* U8i, "< the local treatment reoonimen
1 q thl your "Goinmen Sous« Medleati Adviser.
»rot!! r '''i ,nont bs I was perfectly cured. I
fioniU» 0ttor t0 m y ffindly paper, briefly men
offerb? i ow "»y health had been restorod, and
*riti,. ,0 80n( i the full particulars to any one
«hvm.K for them and inclosing a stamped
Cfitorreply. I have received over four
otg e ^^tter». in reply, I have described
treatment used, and earnestly
manv T v them to 'do likewise,' From ft groat
luting roc ©lved second letters of thanks
«sut ït.a ha,t had commenced the treftt
■- UI i© Wove much better already,"
Mr » K. F. Mono aw, New Castle,
«. I . Pi
Nln
my
tkt
Me.
EVIDENTLY BAD.
A B*n Who Hu« Mpent Forty Year« In
PrUon and »nil a Thief.
CNew York »tar.]
One of the c*se* before Justice Walsh yeg
terday morning was Invested with peculiar
Interest. There stood before His Honor a
mulatto, whose frosted hair and wrinkled
face showed how roughly the plougta&ba
of time had treated him. He attracted
universal attention, and when the Justice
asked the officer what the old man had been
doing, he was somewhat surprised to hear
the response : "He stole a doôr-raat from
the front stoop of No. 30 South Elliott
place." The aged negro looked sorrowful,
and .Justice Walsh was disposed to be
lenient, when the officer said :
"Your Honor, pity is lost upon this
man."
"Why so I" Inquired the magistrate. "He
Is very old, and at best can only live a few
years more."
"But your Honor," interposed the officer,
'he Is an old offender."
"Who is ho," asked the Justice, ' and
what Is his record?"
"His name is Lewis Thompson, aud he la
81 years old." replied the officer. "Hehas
been a criminal for over 40 years, aud is no
sooner reloased from prison than he com
mits a fresh depredation. He was the first
prisoner ever sent to Sing Sing prison when
it was established, and he has grown gray
and bald in the service of crime?'
Justice Walsh looked sternly at the old
negro, who dropped his head slightly, but
ntteredfnot a word.
"Six month in the Penitentiary," rang
through the court room, and the man who
bears such an unenviable criminal record
was led off toward the Hotel Green at Crow
Hill.
n
For Thick Heads,
J 25 cent*. '* ' - " ,h,lrt,c ' 10
an
Holiday Present«.
Ladies aud children's furs, ladies fur col
8 teal
, hat
lars, fur mufflers, ladles, gents aud bmr
sklu caps, smoking caps, ear mulls
brushes, silk, alpaca and gingham um
brellas aud cuues. Kumford & Bro., 404
Market street.
* Economy,
Headquarter« for weather-strip« is at J.
V. Carlisle A Co's, No. 303 Market street.
We all know the advantage of weather
strips; how they exclude the cold, wind,
rain and dust, and how they will pay for
themselves over and over again in a very
short time by tho saving; in coal alone. If
you haven't them you had better get them
at once. No. 303 Market is the place.
A
•WOMAN CAN Vf HEALTH Of WOM)
75PATHI2E WITH^Is' THE HOPE
'HE RACeI
WOMAN.
i
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
vegetable coMPomro.
FDflfAl
NK8HKH» Incladlag Leacorrbma, Ir«
regular and Painful Menstruation,
Inflammation and Ulecratloa of
the Womb, Flooding, PHO»
LAPSUS UTERI* See.
rrncamnt to the rfik fu lom and Immediate
Id 1U effect. It la a great help In pregnancy, and ra
Here« pain daring labor and at regular period«.
rHTSin.158 L8X IT 4SBF1E8CPI1B IT FREELY.
nrFoa AIX WBAKFK8FC3 of the generative organ«
of either re*. It 1 b second to no remedy thAtho«
been before tho public ■, and for all dJaraaes of the
Kid noth it is the Greatest Remedy in the World.
HTEIDNBY UOMPI.AINTS of Either So*
Find <4 rent Relief in Its Use.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S BLOOD PURIFIER
will eradicate every veatige of Humor« from the
Blood, at the wimu tunc will give tone and ntrength to
the mtem. Am marvelloa« In ro«ult* a« the Compound.
nr Both the Compound and Blood PnrUler are pro
833 and iû3 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mam.
Price of either, $1. SI* bottles for $5. The Compound
by mall In tho form of pills,
receipt Of price, $1 per box for cither. Mrs. Pinkharo
freely answers all letter« of inquiry. Enclose Scent
stamp. Bond fpr pamphlet* Mention this Hiper.
of lozenge«,
MrLrniA E. PntxnAM's l ivra pnuft cure Constipw
tlon. BUiousno.-w and Torpidity of the -Ivor. 88 oent«
«rSotd toy all Dragglsts 'S» (3)
JOHN DAVIS & SONS,
736 Arch Street, Phila.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS
( WHOLESALE AND RETAIL)
- OF—
F INE FURS!
A FULL LINE OF
SEAL
AND
Fur-Lined Garments,
ON HAN'1> AND MADE TO ORDER.
Special Attention Paid to Fitting and
Lengthening Seal Sacques.
Oi nt s, Ladle«', Mime» and Children's FURS,
of nil kinds. Hole manufacturera of
DAVIS' PATENT HAND PROTECTOR,
Til« only article ever made that win kuep your
^Tiaudi warm while drlvlna In cold weaifcr^
Send a rough sketch er •
sÄrrate
.itprf states natenta or the
K'S;, .7 wùw.
ÄÄ.Vrrl^°n b ÄreJ»«.l &
Government fee of Sl*> »'{d
same class
whether
If
ryou a
dSao
sum
. to nay uovernmeu* T ti.i. ii
10 ft ' .,Vjwm, t ii id™« «ly<!n Bft.r « preliminary
SlSKÆâ'to'taA
K^i.trn.lou of ÙS
or P f"rf«l«.'l cmre. m * ? »„^fflrf'îlîuiful h»nd
Id BucceBaltll ouerotlnn «Inte 1«^.« county in tb.
g.T KÔÂÂ ff« upon W u«.
GEORGE E. LEMON,
AumHT «£a«^ssift , wäis? A "' ric "°
«t« Fm.«»» »«««. WASHINGTON, ». G.
undertaken
mjjroLU,
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
FOB SAAB:
r
2,108 Delaware City t% per cent, bonds.
Buy and sell stock# and bond» on,
h'il.r. Of ooedU available tn all muas
"d laSÄfiSab
commission,
of the world
ce, Germany
7,1-ly-»
ipHE ARTIZAN8 SAVING BANK.
NO. 502 MARKET STREET.
I îf CORPORAT*I> JANCABT 24TI1, 1861.
Open to receive deposits from • a. m. until 4 p. m.
and on Tuesday and Saturday evenings
from
BRMI-ANVUAL DIVIDEND,
nlarly made in April and October. When
f® n, î* * re "bt withdrawn they are amounted
6Po*Ka. Thus permanent deposltacompound
their interest twice In each year.
MANAG ER8:
th . «agau sra
athaniel H. Benson, M, JL. Llchtenstelu,
enry 9. Dun-, Edward Darlington,
Ä n a«£y. «S&flfKIh.
Hlagln».
dh
Clement
■arles I
Anthony
GEORGE W. BUSH, President,
ft Stffi&SKSSS"* 4
J. M. MATHER. Auditor
t
feWl-iy
THIRST NATIONAL BANK
A , OF WILMINGTON.
RBPftSITpHY O» THB PUBLIC MONEY
—AND—
FINANCIAL AGENT»
—OF—
THE UNITED »TATES.
Edward Betts, President,
_Ono. D A bm btbong , Cashier.
Philadelphia, New York and Boston Exchangt
furnished to regular Depositors without charge.
days, MONDAY» and THURttDAYH
t8.80 a. m.
Discount
DIRECTOR»:
Edward Bett«,
Clement B. »myth,
George W. Bush,
Daniel Jam
( John H, Adams,
James 0. McCorab,
william Tatnall,
Eli Garrett.
^Samuel
Bancroft. Jr.
nl-ly
UOAJLi*
gOMETHING NEW.
Connellsville Cokel
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite sixes, $7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST !
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE !
HEAT INTENSE ! TRY IT I
Ciias. Warner & Co.
Market Street Wharf.
-100
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVE1
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
—OF—
»UPKBIOK QUALITY FOR FAMILY UBÏ
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
put In cellar«.
All coal well screened
B. F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE * YARD, FOOT OF FOUKTU 8T.
fta-Telephonlc communication with aHpart*
of the cltv.
RHEUMATISM AND COuT CURED.
When we can establish by a chain of evidence)
which everv inquiry, but makes strenger, that wi
have the only real, «r radical remedy for KheumtfH
Disorders, and we put that evidence within the reach
of every sufferer without money und without P"«,
hut U« 5 f001 w ' 11 tum 1# 11 ft dea J
w _hie eyes to tho glad tidingt wo bring to
h la'blighted life. Iu Justice to ub, to yeu, to y oui
dependent families, and to the consummation or you!
life's ambition before you r»re strick* n down by
disease, wo ask you to go with us Tor a few moments
to tho homes of some who nave drank of the walert
of life and are now full of the joy of health, ready to
tell to the world tbeir glad experience. Wo w.l 1 give
you no false statement, and make no asseruov which
ran not, by proper Inquiry (by letter or 1 roue |
frloml«) bo probed to tUo touora and found lo Ire Hill
#r im«.
lo^r^Janile Î 8 pT/ nuu i h 81.. Brooklyn:
*'ïr?Ha!n;â^ »l*lii»?l"a£TirroUjn-Se"'' Bl..um.tl.
Cmmerer, «I Bidll. 81.. Brooklju - Aonu- .ud
Chronln Bbeuram'lo Ooutflyeari.
Ur, Roe hater, 9M Couti Bt, Bro«A1»n—Sotot
S lemiy—eijMwW.owr 610« in other
*^!l!rrln. 4M TUrd imao, tt™»lyu-CUronle Rh«im..
U, Mr*2suiaad. 8M BMnbrld,. «*■. Brooilyu—Acui
«.Ï&tÏÏÏ Oumol. aa.niB.taia .ad very w
, 188 *iü» 8t., Brook, ^, n „
B Br U Oo»nloh îloîr Tor^Cltjr—^'hrDDio HhfuMMUn.
SiÄSSSÄTÄ «row 8$.. Now York—UfriUo, Mats
W " S" Ä* wY o r'k hrooUL ne rro u J «hou
claim that
■ I
or Buffered
mvdioiue* and
'h*o™c
and Otiroolo
î Wood, 104 South Bt., York—Chrouio
fTAwiwM Av., N.w York—Cbronlo Bhou
C»pt. KsUuu
Bbeomsilsm 22
Mr. Abram*
"jÂ"crSI«mî, I1 iï'oulrel 1«.. *t-J eii,-0»™ele
WKrtnm*tl»m jtlDral jUaTt.
Th* above named gen"emenl *™ m **l«*!?™
circular* with fuller particular«, and yuB will Maaa the day
too aaw this advertlaemeot.
Elmore, Adams A Co., W
piook iyu, aadlWW IHI—* St., N. Y*C.
ravnav».
M
[/
K.
S2&<
ßT
ALTERATIONS.
Our clothing is made to fit
the average shaped man, but
many purchasers require change
such as lengthening or shorten
ing sleeves, shaping the back
or shoulder, etc., etc., which
to accommodate our customers
we are always ready and will
ing to make. We do this al
together at our expense and
for the work
expenenceu
secure.
pir»r>lA,r fkn mnef
talent we can
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
8TOKEOPEN EVEBY EVENING TU 18 WEEK.
•cn^sti.n-m
QUR ASSORTMENT
OVERCOATS
D
J
Vi
\
Cannot be beaten, either in
Style, Goods or Price, for Men
Youths' Boys' or Children.
Rock* bottom prices and all
clothing guaranteed as repre
sented at
John H. Moore's
228 MARKET ST.
-TUE
OLD AND RELIABLE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
Full lines of all kinds of
Goods for Winter wear. Call
to-day and examine them.
noYlltJanl-126 _
$50,000 for $2.
GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
51 st
HOLIDAY DRAWING OF THE
J
|
Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
In the city of LOUISVILLE,
Saturday, December 30th '82.
On the last day of each month (Sundays
excepted), 650,000 capital prize for this month
only. Repeated adjudication by Föderal and
State Court« have placed this company beyond
the controversy of the law. To this Company
belongs the sole honor of having Inaugurated tho
only plan by which their drawings are proven
honest aud f&lr beyond question.
The Company has now on hand a large
capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the list
of prize« for the
DECEMBER DRAWING.
.650.01,0
. 10,000
. 6,000
.10.0C0
.io, oie
.10,010
.lolofo
. 12,0*0
.io,ao
1. 2,750
. 1 , 8(0
1 Prize.
1 Prize...
1 Prize.
10 Prizes, 1,000 each
20 " 800 "
100 "
60 "
20 "
10 **
100
»
BOO
1,000
9 "
" Approximatif
MO
9
100 "
1,900 Prizes.
WHOLE TICKETS, |2. HALF TICKETS, |1.
27 Tickets,!»; 66Tickets, fioo.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
by Express. Don't «end by Regi«tered Letter
Poet Office Order. Orders of |5 afcd upward bv
Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all
orders to R. M. BOA RDM AN, Oonrier-Journal
Building, Louisville, Ky. ft.2^tts-ly-66
I 8
9
.6132,400
day
Ltg VOK HK A I.KR».
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN ü. 8.
BONDED WAREHOUSES i>uro rye
I« from the following celebrated dte
whisk lee
tlllerlea
A. Overholt ft Oo., Jannmy
A. Gunkenht-lmer ft Bro., May 1(17».
John Gibson, Son ft Co.. May 1879 and June 1680.
Hanni« Distilling Co., August
Bherwood, November 1879 and J
Neverslnk (Reading, Fa.,) February, 1680.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1680.
1879 and J une 1880.
1879,
tLyjds will besold either In bond or
the lowest market rates, ham plea
at this store.
The above
tax paid at
may be seen
NO. 106 MARKET STREET.
my6-20
FRANCIS KELLY * OO.
(JOSMOPOL N HOUSE.
200 WEST SECOND ST.,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
CHOICE LIQUORS AND SEGARS.
THE BEST LAGER IN THE CITY.
Warm Lunch every morning and Saturday
night. * A H AUBER,
nov24-3m-20 Proprietor.
QRANQE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IN FACT—
THE PUREST, RICHEST AND
WHISKY EXTANT.
By the galion or bottle.
BEST RYE
JAMES A. KELLY
J
Uniform in quality
Absolutelypure rye.
A reliable stimulant
S. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
Ich and delicate in flavor.
and safe tonic.
[ÏÏ3
fttE-y
m
JOHN
AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MABBEY
ft CO. 1 » PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartholomay Rochester Beer.
<7he brewings are unequalled for purity
flavor: constantly on hand in kegs <
bottled. Mineral waters In all
thé different flavors.
P. JJONAHOE,
-BOTTLER OF—
and
01
5 i 7 AND 5.9 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
JGff-Polite and accommodating drivers. Orders
i»y mall promptly attended to. He is also connec
ted with the Telephone Exchange, and his signal
1*--fc* my 1-18
TTT
%VAJtNJtstvta VU RE,
1
tL
train
sreuke »
Disease
within ; its manifestations without. H«*
the illsease the nauie must be removed, and
other way c ,n a cure ever be effected.
WARNER'S 8ÄFE KIDNEY AND LIVER
CURE is established on 1u«t this principle,
realizes that
effect, not a cause. Its orf/On Is
to
; a
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arise from deranged kidneys and
liver, and it strikes at once at the root of the diffi
culty. The elements of which it is composed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a food
and restorer, and by placing them In a healthy
condition, drive disease and pain from thesjTBtem,
For the lnnnmcrable troubles caused by un
healthy Kidney. Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
the distressing Disorders of Women ; for Malaria,
and for physical derangements generally, this
great remedy has no equal. Beware of Imposters,
imitations and concoctions raid to bejustasgood.
For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'S SAFEDIA
BETES CURE.
For Sale by all dealers.
H. H. WARNER ft CO,,
ROCHESTER, N. »,
THE PUBLIC IS REQUESTED CARE
A FULLY to notice the. new and enlarged
"eherne to be drawn monthly.
4®*CAPITAL PRIZE, r« 1 », 000.-«ft
Tickets, only |5. Shares In proportion
L.S.L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
"We do hereby certify that we supervise the
arrangements for all the Monthly and Beml
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery
Company, and In person manage and control the
Drawings themselves, aud that the same
ducted with honesty, fairness,
toward all parties, aud
pan y to
d In good fa'th
authorize the
this certificate, with fac-slmles of
signatures attached. In its advertisements.'*
Commlifiionerf.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25years by the Legisla
ture for F.ducatlonal and Charitable purposes—
with a capital offl,000,000— to which a reserve
fund of6550,088 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
a part «f the nresentötate Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D., 187'J.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any ötate.
It never scales or postpones.
»INGLE NUMBER DRAWING» take place
m A D 8PLBNDID 01»I*ORTUNITY r TO WIN A
FORTUNE. FIRST GRAND DRAWING,
CLASS A, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY.
JANUARY llth, 1888.—103d Monthly Drawing.
ITS GRAND
Capital Prize, $100,000.
100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS In PROPORTION.
LIST OF PRIZES:
« 75,000
•2% oou
10,000
. 12,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 29,000
. 80,000
. 25.000
. 25,000
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
2 Prizes of
5 Prizes of
10 Prizes *f
6. OUt).
2 , 000 .
1 , 000 .
mo
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
i fl
310 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
1,000 Prizes of
AJPPROXrMATlöN PH1ZB8:
y Approximation Prizes of 6759..
f 0.750
4 50
S I I
I «
9
.6205,500
1,967 Prizes, amounting to.
Application for rates to clubs should only be
made to the office ofthecompanv In New Orleans.
For further information, write clearly,giving
full addruss. Bend ei ders by express or ReKte
tered letter, or Money Order, aduretsed only io
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at „ _ ^ „
007 seventh Bireet, WwMnrton, D. <>.
dec20-d,3w-wft*
ÜËtfW CALL AND
f'r "o/..-ilt-X SÏOCK OF
WATCHES, CHOCKS..IKWELKX AND
Kir.VÊKWARK, • ; 2J fÜg
F. DA VI,'
— Jiufcïyf.
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MILLARD
NO. 9 EAST SECOND STREET.
: i:.™
CF i 1 T*
BEN.T. S. CLARK,
NO. 407 MARKET "" Sjs
We are dhmlaylng this season the largest and moel elegant stock of loots'
HOLIDAY GOODS?
r'ofjfcOM
i.W jf »6
Vbt' If
i aw
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Ever offered by us. The stock has been selected with great care, and every article Is warrant*
to be as represented. The stock embraces
*
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES of every Style, DI
MOND EAR RINGS, DIAMOND FINGER RINGS
DIAMOND LACE PINS, OPERA GLASSES
AND JEWELRY
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id description. All of which will be sold at the lowest figures.
Of every kind
BENJ. S. CLARK,
407 MARKET STREET.
dec4-liu-inwf
S. F. WHITMAN & SON'S
CONFECTIONS
•AND INIMITABLE
CHOCOLATES !
CROFT, WILBUR & CO.'S
I^ine Canclies.
Store Open Every Evening This Week \
J. P. ALLMOND & OO.,
= EIG HTH AN D MA RKET.
REMOVAL !
From S. W. Cor. to K E. Cor. Fifth and King Sts.
WHERE TV A HAVE 0?ENED A NEW
Steam Marble and Granite Works.
Our Wareroom Contains the Largest and Choicest Selection of
MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC.,
Ever offered in Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from
the newest designs and at the lowest prices.
DAVIDSON & BEO.
I__ oct7-85-tf
CHEAP JOHN,
No. 416 Market Street,
Offers extra inducements to the frugal CHRISTMAS BUYER to
purchase goods that will suit a limited purse. CROCKERY,
CUTLERY, HARDWARE, VASES, LAMPS, (we have em
there) and all articles that are either useful or ornamental. It
will pay anyone to oall and learn prices.
CHEAP JOHN, 416 Market Street
Wilmington, Delaware.
oct25-3m-21
JOHN MEALEY,
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware for
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne "Wine,
PRICE LIST.
i
Per Caso 12 Qts.
34 Pts.
$7.00
$8.00
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Cases
10 Cases
25 Cases
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
15 per cent.
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
Established 1881.
H. KRUGER & CO..
No. 940 Market Street, (Post Office Block) Philadelphia'
lmporters. Wholesale and Retail dealers In
POTTERY, FRENCH CHINA, BOHEMIAN GLASS MAJOLICA, CURIOUS PARISIAN AND
GERMAN FANCY GOODS, AND ENGLISH DECORATED DINNER, TEA
AND TOILET WARE.
Remember the number (Post Office Block) :
940 Market Street, second door below Tenth, Philadelphia
|an5 *
Dr.
CLARK JOHNSON'S
Indian Blood Syrup
I Cures all diseases of the Stomaon, Liver
I Rowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood'
V Millions testify to its effioaoy in heal
ling the above named diseases, and pro
jy nounce it to be the
BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN.
Guaranteed, to cure Dyspepsia.
9F " AGENTS WANTED.^
Laboratory 77 W. 3d St, New York City. Druggists sell it
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