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per cent. Increase of wages a
Moulders of the Penn Hard
, at Reading, was granted yoster
...... recently attempted to drive
pllm from his claim, near F.dln
Sbllakoto. He fired at the Intruder.,
k Tif»unounMdtii»t the Keystone Rolling
x, ii at Rending« which ha» bwMfc Idle for
Smiths, will surt in ten days. Item
Pl jl l ; , HsXffi"shot and killed William
«■' Î ami then committed suicide at
Koauokc, Va-, on Wednesday night. They
were colored and rivals In love.
,„ llrr w Yerkes, 81 years of age, attempted
JZ by swallowing laudanum In Potts
Pa., on Wednesday night.
tr0U bic was ' unrequited love.
Policeman Gustsve Muller, while tem
porarily off duty In Jereey City on Wedncs
daynlghtwas so badly beaten by roughs
timt hl» recovery Is despaired of.
The helpers in the mills of the PotUtown,
Pa Iron Company struck yesterday tor an
advance in wages. The mills are Idle In
consequence, and 250 men are out of work.
Tbe schooner Jane Kmaon, which left
Norfolk, Virginia, for Philadelphia laat
Nor with railroad tie#. Is aahore near
Charles and expected to prove a total
The ten
by the B5
Company
llay.
Hi*
the
be
w-'i-k
( ;ipe
Ion
Fx.Representative Flower, of New York,
Im« returned to the Treaaury *458, being the
amount overpaid him on account of salary
ami mileage aa a member of the laat Con
gTCSS.
During a quarrel over a game of card» in
Friendship, Md., on Wednesday, Webeter
WhlttiiiRton stabbed Hamilton 8. Webb
four or five time« in the neck and groin, In
flicting injuries likely to prove ratal.
The phosphate works of Bowen & Mercer,
outside the eastern limit of Baltimore, were
destroyed by Are on Wednesday night. A
tool house ndlolulng, containing a large
nuantlty of valuable tools, waa also de
►trnyed? The total loss is about*53,000.
The steamer Enquirer collided with the
Mesmer Dora Câbler, near Lewlsport, In
diana, on Wednesday night, and sauk tbe
latu-r lo her holler deck. The Dora Cabler's
upper works theu caught fire and were
burned to the water's edge. No lives were
Ukfi
lost.
The police of New York were notified ye*
terday of the mysterious disappearance of
fluid» Schniul, au immigrant girl who re
cently landed at that port. She and her
brother and sister were passengers on the
ill-fated Otmbrla, and she was the only one
saved of the three.
H. F. Crocker, a notorious horse thief,
committed suicide In jail at Grandburg,
Texas, a few day« ago. He loft a letter
saying he was horn In Georgia and well con
neeted there. He killed three men aud a
woman In Texas In 1873, and he regretted
that he had not killed two more meu who
had Injured him. Being without money or
friends lie preferred death to a life In prison.
Only six and a half leet of water remained
yesterday to he pumped out of the Diamond
Mine, at Hraldwood, Illinois, the scene of
the recent disaster. It is believed, from its
Insufferable oder, that the water now being
pumped out comes from the spot where the
decomposed bodies of the dead miners are
lying. About *88,000 has been received In
Hraldwood In aid of those made destitute
by the calamity, and It Is estimated that
sum will support them for a year.
In l.umber Camp In Winter.
Tlu* nu n who cut and haul lumber are
leaifully exposed in severe weather, and al
t In mi'll hardy and rugged, are sometimes
laid aside from duty.
Augusta, Maine, who is extensively engaged
in the lumbering business, writes that one
of his men was attacked with a terrible sore
throat, so that they thought he would die.
They !ud m Ini stored Perky Davis's Pain
both internally aud externally. Iu
was relieved, and the
at work aa usual.
Mr. Randall, of
K !I.l.
;m hour the sutlere
next day he
DKATIIH FROM ACCIDKNTS.
John Meeker
killed
ing by a fall of coal in the
liery at Mahoney city.
The dwelling of two maiden ladles,named
Judson. in East Hartford, Connecticut, was
burned early yesterday morning, and both
women perished..
John Stewart, aged 60 years, a trackman,
was killed by a train ou the Lehigh Valley
Kail road, between Mauch Chuuk and Pen*
Haven, yesterday morning.
Mrs. Dooney, of Lower Brighton, New
Brunswick, perished in Saturday's storm.
She wandered off the roads into the deep
snow and w as frozen to death.
John Binan, employed by the Lake Cham
plain Ore Company, at Minevillc, New*
York, was killed yesterday morning by au
explosion of powder which he was thawing
yesterday morn
West Lehigh col*
out.
While men were hoisting a heflvy piece of
iron at the Brooklyn bridge yesterday the
tucklc parted aud the iron fell upou Jacob
Miller, killing him. William Marden was
severely injured.
John Saul, 16 years of age, a footman at
tin; Outrai colliery at Scranton, was killed
on Wednesday night by tailing down ashuf,
3!i0 feet. He stood on the upper land lug
wailing for the defending carriage, and
supposing it had reached the chamber made
*lie fatal misstep.
"Rough
LI cars out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ant«,
lied bugs, skunk«, chipmunks, gophers. 15
«ente. Druggists.
Kata."
If Nearly Demi
after taking some highly puffe«l-up stuff,
" IHi long testimonials, turn to Hop Bitters,
ami have no fear oi any Kidney or Urinary
troubles. Bright's Disease, Diabetes or
Uy r Complaint. These diseases cannot
ryht the curative power of Hop Bitters; be
sides it is the best family medicine ou earth.
Farmers aud inner»
desiriug a genteel,lucrative agency business,
t»y which |5 to |20 a day can be earned,send
address at uuce, ou postal, to H. C. Wilkin
son Jt Co., 185 ami 197 Fulton street New
York.
Hr. H. V. Pierce, Buflalo. N. Y.: Dkaii Sib—
•■or many months 1 won a great «älterer. Phy
•jicians could afford me no relief. In my despair
• fominenced the use of your "Favorite Pre
**rl|»tlon.** It speedily effected iny entire and
permanent e ~ ' *
•- Yours thankfully,
MHS. PAUL K. BAXTER,
Iowa City, la.

Mardi Grus aud lia Doing;» In New Orleans.
spring verdure elad wit
its last grand day of dls
wuh there a Mardi Ora« so
«dutifully observed or largely attended since
In* days of Its Spanish founders. A few days
'•iter, on the 13th uf February, another Inaident
^il,° ne now not unusual, however. Over
*205,000 were scattered over the world In prices
! 'i the 153d Grand Monthly Distribution of The
Louisiana «tute Lottery, under the sole man
agetnent of (len'ls G. T. Beauregard of La.,
andJubaiA. Karly of Va. Ticket No. 57,012
Ma in fifths at fil each, orew tho first capital,
Ji.'.ooo—Charles Uigney of Maysvllle, Ala.,
mu: fifth ; another to a well-known merohant
12 "OUtoviHe, Ky.,oollected through the Second
* , H »nk of Louisville, Ky. The second
ÎSiÿtkl ($25,000) was won by No. 01,906—one
«tih held by Oeo. Kohler of Zaleskl, O., col
through the First Nat'l Bank of Cincin
nati o. The third CHpital (110,000) was drawn
J'ï 22,606—one-fiftn went to Oeo. E. Harris
u/ 1 , ^orgeon-Qen'ls (U. S. Army) Office,
•m a , M l'.'. n K to n, D, C.i anotbor to L. R. Davis, No.
a Washington st.. New Orleans,La.;another
lObamueiCook of No. 1508 Tenth st., N. VT.
rw u ln Et°n. D. O.; and another to P. Luscy,
u-u Unround y st.. New Orleans, La., Nos.
- < h and 99,023 euch drew tho fi6,000, the fourth
Mid they went to Henry Mendel, col-
or im t,ircu Kh Messrs. Seasongood, Sons A Co.
it ^l&otfrUill.uURJther was collected through
tee Nodafir
"• ^«issof
Nos. 6,051, :
-oojg tdjjy
' 'rlcans. VVOmm
A 11 eg h e n» yjm.
ann forento ■ C
their sucoMsto
fpSiiÄt;!

Orlei
nepso d a guv scene at 1
*'l*ation. , Nev
In its i
:
Bank of Maryville, Mo.;
another. Tickets
586, 81,440, 83,974, each drew
« living in New York, New
^ D. C., Huntsville. Ala.,
mho, Neb., Pres8cott, Ark.,
da. Many parties dislike
pllahed, hence, they are
>rtvnity will be on Tuesday
».
toM. A.
be fully
.. - '-. r - WIRSSSffy!
A 11 GUNPOWDER PLOT."
An Attempt Mud« to Mlow ap the Lo«*l
Government Offices at Westminster.
LoitnoN, March IS.—A terrific gu explo
sion occurred In the local Government board
»(flees In Westminster at 0 o'oloek to-night,
destroying muchproperty. The report was
heard In the House of Gommons, and
caused alarm. The concussion was so great
that It shook the side galleries and the re
porters' gallery. It being the dinner hour,
few members of the House were present In
the hall. The Duke or Edinburgh was in
the Peers' gallery and seemed
Fortunately uo one was Injured,
wildest rumors are afloat. Tho report re
sembled the discharge of an eighty-ton gun.
It Is believed that the explosion was caused
by dynamite, and that a deliberate attempt
was made to blow up tho Government offices.
The explosion being the subject of con
sideration In tho nouse of Commons, Sir
William Harcourt, Home Secretary, said
lie did not think It would be right to say
anything atiout the matter until an official
Inquiry had been made. He had heard that
au attempt had boen made to blow up the
Tinte* office, but that no Injury had been
done.
Yesterday evening a canister containing
explosive material was found behind the
Timm office, with. It la rumored, a lighted
fuse attached. Tbs police are making an
Investigation.
alarmed.
The
THS EXTENT OF TEE DAMAGE.
Marc* 16—5 a. ffb—The explosion was
undoubtedly the work of Fenlana. The ad
jacent etreete are filled with myriad« of frag
menta of glase, and heavy plate glaae la
lying in heapa on the ground. A stone
weighing 200 pounds was projected against
the King Street Police Station, making a
hole the size of a man's head. Nothlug will
be allowed to be touched until Inquiry is
made to-day. The lull extent of the damages
cannot be estimated until daylight. Five hun
dred constables are guarding the scene. The
building has the appearance of having been
bombarded. There is a deep trench, ten
feet by three in dimensions, in one room,
of which has been literally
. Two child' en who were sleep
ing In a house at the* corner of King street
were thrown from their beds by the force of
the explosion, and their faces were badly
They were rescued and taken to the
police station. Every paue of glass in the
vicinity was shattered.
A'man was arrested at midnight on sus
picion of having been concern
plosion.
Ukfi
iu the ex
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
8TRAWBRIDG* & CLOTHIER,
Dialers in Drt Goods Exclusivilt,
Eighth and Markit Streits,
Philadelphia.
DIPHTHERIA
HAS
NO CHANCE
WHEH TREATED WITH
Perry Davis's Pain Killer
This wonderful remedy has saved the
lives of many, many children
who were almost dead with
DIPHTHERIA.
8. Henry Wilson, Lawrence, Mass., say»
"The Burgeons pronounced my ease Diph
theria, ana decided that no remedies could
reach it Perry Davis's Pain Killer saved my
life."
Libeon* Leach, Naahn», N. H., says: " I had
painter»* colic and dlphtheretio »ore throat very
severely. Pain Killer drove both away.
DRUGGISTS ALL KEEP IT.
A NOTED BUT UNTITLED WOMAN*
[From the Boston Ulobe.]
%
Messrs. Editor• .—
Ths above Is a good likeness of Mrs. Lydia B. Pink •
ham, of Lynn, Mass., who above all other human boinjrt
may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Woman, *
as some of her corespondents love to call her. 8h.»
b xualoosly devoted to her work, which Is the outcomO
of * Ufe-study, ançl Is obliged to keep six lady
assistante, to help bar smswer the large correspondence
which dally pours in upon her, each bearing its special
Joy at release from it. Her
Vegetable Compound Is a medicine for good and not
evil purposes. I have personally investigated it and
burden of suffering.
satisfied of the truth of this.
On amount of its proven merits. It is recommended
and prescribed by the best physicians In the country.
One aayai "It work» like a charm and »ave« much
pain. It will cure entirelj the worst form of falling
of the uterus, Leucorrhcea, Irregular and painful
Menstruation,all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Uloeration, Flooding», all Displacement« and the con
sequent spinal weakness and U especially adapted to
the Change of Life."
It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new life and vigor. It removes faintness, flatulency,
destroys all craving tor stimulants, and relieve« weak
_ of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headache«,
Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness,
Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
down, earning pain, weight and backache, 1» always
permanently cured by Its use. It will at all times, and
under all circumstances, act'in harmony with the law
that governs the female system.
It cost* only fil. per bottle or six for |B., and la sold by
druggists. Any advice required as to si>ecial cases, and
tho names of many who have been restored to perfect
health by the
obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply,
at her home in Lynn, Mass.
For Kidney Complaint of either
unsurpassed as abundant testimonials show.
" Mrs. Pinkham's Liver Pills," says one
the beet in the teorld tor the
Biliousness and Torpidity ot the liver. Her Blood
Purifier works wonders In its special line and bids fair
to equal the Compound in its popularity.
All must respect her as an
ambition is to do good to others.
Philadelphia, Pa.
of the Vegetable Compound, can be
: this compound is
writer, "are
of Constipation,
so
VT.
col-
Co.
Angel of Mercy whose sole
r J i. A. M. D.
GO
JRON RAILINGS
-ANI7
IRON WORK
FOR BUILDINGS.
J. P. WALTON & CO.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON AFPL1
CATION.
are
552 & 554 W. Sixth St
Cincinnati.
A.
fully
4vn-*f
VLOTRnra.
We Have the Latest
Styles of Suitings and Trowser
ing now on hand. Our spring
stock is complete in our Cus
tom Department, and many of
our PATTERNS IMPORTED
DIRECT FOR US, and can
not bo duplicated elsewhere.
We have marked prices to sell
our goods, and mean to please
you, trusting to receive your
order at an early date. We
have many bargains in our
Ready-made Department, and
some new styles already to
show you. We mean to retain
you as our patron and make
your friends our customers.
Wilmington Clothing House
and Merchant Tailoring Estab
lishment, Fourth and Market
streets.
Jno. W. Dikfendorf & Co.
#
TilLYS
k'T
\\
Please Show me
Overcoat ?
an
Our figure represents the
cautious man, who will not
expose himself unprotected to
the treacherous March weather.
Light-Weight Overcoats, splen
did assortment, from $10.00 to
$30.00
A. C. YATES & CO.,
-LEDGER BUILDING
Chestnut and Sixth Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
UII-84
THE PUBLIC 18 REQUESTED CARE
X FULL. Y to notice the new and enlarged
.rheme to be drawn monthly.
WCAFITAL 1'KIZE, »76.000.-»*
TlckeU, only 66. »bare. In proportion.

9*
Louisiana State Lottert Co.
"We do hereby certify that we «upervlae the
arrangements for all the Monthly aud Beinl
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana »Ute Lottery
Company, and In person manage and control tbe
Drawings themselves, and that the same
ducted with honesty, fairness, and lu good faith
toward all parties, and
pany to
our signatures attached. In Its advertisements.'

*
authorize the coin
tlils certificate, with fac-slmles^of
Commissioners.
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Legisla
ture for Educational and Charitable purposes—
with a capital of 61,000,000-to which a reserve
fund of 1550,000 has since been added.
overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
a part ef the presentHtate Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on aud endorsed
by the people of any State. _ ......
It never scales or postpones. ITH GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take place
monthly.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
FORTUNE. FOURTH GRAND DRAWING,
CLASH D. AT NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY,
APRIL 10th. 1883.—156th Monthly Drawing.
Bl
was mad e
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS In rBOPOKTION.
be
LIST or PRIZXB:
.9 75,000
. 25,000
. 10,000
. 12,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
. 20,000
. 80,000
. 25,000
. 25,000
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
2 Prizes of
6 Prizes of
10 Prizes of
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
800 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
1,000 Prizes of
is
2,000
1,000
BOO
aoo
10
25.
APPROXIMATION PllIZJkH:
9 Approximation Prizes of 1750 .f 6,750
S •• " 25 oU!!!!!!'. 2,250
1,967 Prizes, amouutlng lo
4,500
.$265,500
Application for rates to clubs should only be
madeto the office of the company In New Orleans.
For further Information, write clearly,giving
full address. Send orders by express or Bsgls
tered letter, or Money Order, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Mew Orleans, La.
Ur, M. A. DAUPHIN, at m „
607 Seventh Street, Washington. D. C.
N. B.-In the Extraordinary Semi-Annual
Drawing of next June the Capital Prize will be
9150,000.
fcbPMI, 4 w- w A*
JP RAN KLIN
TYPE FOUNDRY
J
168 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio,
ALLISON & SMITH.
vu-atit
LIQVOK VRALMMM.
Tl DOLAN,
JOHN
No. 6 West Third Street.
-Lend» In Choice
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Oyster. In every «yle.
notice. ,
fehtf-Xm-H «
S«'i V I
.
DOI.AN ri,
West Third street.
A BRU
jyCKINBON
all night house,
N. W. OOR. FRONT AND WALNUT STS.
Wilmington, Delaware.
A choice brand of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
hand.
nil'Z-tiinH
ai way«
GROVE
QRANGK
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IN FACT—
THE PUREST. RICHEST AND BIOT BY It
" WfcïHKY EXTANT.
By the gallon
bottli
JAMES A. KELLY
Uniform In n.altg^ ^ UTor .
Absolutelypnre rye^
A reliable stimulant
3. W. COR- TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
TTV5-lV-tt
and safe tonic.
WTE HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
TT BONDED WAREHOUSES pure
whiskies from the following celebrated
tlUNiM
A. Overtoil A Co.. January 1*7» and J
A. Ouckenhelmer * Bro u Mayl879.
John Gibson, Bon A Co., May 1870 and J
Hannls Dlstllll«» Co., August 1«79.
Sherwood, November 187» and June IStSO.
Ne versink (Keadlng^Pa.,) February. ISM
.r
I860.
I860.
g..jtlH will be sold either In bond or
the lowest market rates. Samples
at this store.
Tbe above
tax paid at
may be
NO. 103 MARK FT STREET,
my 5-JO
FRANCIS KKLLY *W.
P. JX)NAHOE,
-BOTTLER OF—
JOHN
AND HOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MA&OCV
4k CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALBO
e Ce.ibrated Bartholomay Rochester Beer,
.'he brewings are unequalled for purity and
flavor; constantly on hand In kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters lu all
tbe different flavors.
i,i7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
4^1'ollte and accommodating drivers. Orders
ny mall promptly attended to. He Is also connec
ted wltb the Telephone F.xcbange. and bis signal
-uiyl-18
is-
COSMOPOLITAN
200 WEST SECOND ST.,
W1I.M1NGTON, UELAWAKK.
CHOICE LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
HOUSE.
THE BKHT LAGKK IN TUB CITY.
Warm Lunch every morning and Saturday
night. AHAUBEK,
ii ov24-3xn-20 PROPRIETOR.
ILEM.E-Lljud
[n
Jg
Â
j
DR. A. RUSSELL,
Office 515 TATNALL STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
Twenty years experience in the treatment
of an
NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASES
of both sexes with purely Concentrated Veg
etable Medicines, such as diseases of the
Kidueys, Bladder, Blood and Urinary
Organs, Liver Complaint, Nervous Debility,
Lost Manhood, Diseases of the Throat,
Luugs, Skin, Eyes, Ears, Heart, Stomach,
Bowels, etc. TAPE and all other worms re
moved in a few hours without fasting or
sickness. Consultation free. Hours, 9
m., to 8 p. in. Sundays 10 a. m. to 4 p
No exhorhitant charges.
Jani-i
T
J&Ij
f DR, f ^
DYE'S
WLtl
BEFORE —AND — AFTER
U]
Electric Appliances are sont on 30 Days' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
•'fTTHO are suffering from Nbrvous Debility,
W Lost Vitality, lack o» Neuve Force amd
Vigor, Wasting Weaknesses, and all those disease*
of a Personal Nature resulting from aiivskh end
Other Causes. Speedy relief and complete resto
ration of Health, vigor and Manhood o uIrantked.
The trrainiest discovery of the Nineteenth Century.
Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
be
watTAU HIT BO.. MAHSHAU, MICH.
BALL'8
'Health Corset
be
i'-lkVi
Is Increasing In
larlt
œ
COM
and PEK
ING corset
worn. Merchants
say It gives the best sat
isfaction of any corset
they ever «eld.
Warranted satisfactory
or money refunded.
nalx only
R. L. RUSSELL,
316 Market Street.
y every «lay. as
find It the MOST
Portable
FEC'T F ITT
1
\J
J
febTwo
JJEFFNER'8
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
—Basement of—
2S5 MARKET STREET.
om7a. m„ to mnlgbL
fifiefii-fii
LIT KM AM Y FVBLItlATlOKM.
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