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mORNING »CHÜA**
. . n^neral* Otwbam ye»tenl»y
WS^S'ofStef, *'"< f " r,nal
rt«re«" f M.ltl.nil Htit,
A fl*' 0 * 1 , .wav H»rt> mH) »»<1 d.m
Oiiurl"' c ' r T ^, ln ||| wa» valued at 120,000.
of "mleapproprlatt g
the
has
If
!• V
If
Inu-r
Brunswig
i,.ii of Pittsburg, the alleged
- Mary Anderson, was ad
blackmail r ...gterday lor appearance
mlth'd Y^.iiVa rtiates Commissioner ou the
181,1 "ÏÜ!£ William Ullqr yrBt^r.lHy be*
KsJ i' ,hù è '„ airaluat e*-8* u»t«r D.
>uli 10 -tli iK HUnmKM, '>» "< nl of th *'
«p n " ,, " n hy u,,wy on
U "' l! "' h^thrlmreRM of Wusle (ian " m ''
TI "": U 11 .»! R..V. j. u. Klerulu*, lor
In J? 1 ? fnr takln«: »way "paper
| Mir, rc#ultol yeetcr<l»y It.
tWJ cant for the plaintiff.
... veBterday ehnt dead
J 1 ^ will lain at PackaonTtlle, Greet, n,
lijIn' "'"'V li.'ui a womau with whom
10 * l|U ' iutlmale Durlnjf the quarrel the
^",1» with aalub.and wm then
Dr.
1-1 ■
I I
<»r
If M.
u"« :
•hot.
bT „ Cnlted Ststf* man-hal
Ap0, ^d abariyofTcxae borae tblevss
'"Tru toY Kan«., J«»t*rday. The
■' 'a'« the officers who returned
"T'klIllneSsinuel Row and wouudlng
the ere, kl l" I, ^ r °e , at iie r of the Ho« boy.
th The'fuwral 'ol Tfiotnpson ^»^Shaeffer,
—■> vi.Vjliia, took plaeei ye.ter
four ..red men arreeted on .us
I,,, ' having a'"'' 1 « 1 the flre wer ' to
C,e i,ad a hearing yeaterday morning, but
it WS" l*OStp»UC*J.
f,„p hundred men in the pipe department
„Minier'# foundry to Heading, have .truck
for the reetorathni of the 10 to 15 per cent
Uk " from their « age. last aumn.er and
A r„ r extra pay alter# o'clock p. m. 1 hey
ork eleven hours, aud are not paid
The Urin propose to com
thls Is not acceptable to the
Janie* Hoi*».
DOW W
loruvt-r tiuu*.
proOiift'*. Gut -
lu McLsnshsu & Smith'*
The puddler*
rolling mill, si Holliday.hurg, Fa., «truck
ycterday l„«su»e ou« of their number.
„ii,bI l.lglt' nor. employed a« hie helper
Louii* Clark, who worked in a mill at Mc
Keetuoit .urintf the strike last fail. Twenty
„f the strikers assaulted Clark on the street
In the aUt ruoou and Lightuer ha* been
tbnaUMifil.
F1KK AM, UIHAHTKB.
Frederick Ettlnger, engineer, wa* killed
y vieillit y iiioruh.g by a collisiou on the
Albany and Suwiuehauna railroad, near
Central Bridge.
An exprès* train from Detroit for East
hitinaw, Michigan, ran off the track on
Tuouiiiy, und a number of
wnckvi Hewitt the eugineer, tod Rhode*
Ifce fireman, were killed.
Tin* round-iioiiae and machine shop of the
und St. Peter branch of the North
ILilway, at Winona, Minnesota,
were mirtnd yr.-terday morning, and 11
locomotive* were damaged.
Baltimore last night destroyed
F,It valor No. J ot the Northern Central Kail
Company, at Canton. The elevator
curt $7ö,IHM), and was insured for 540,000.
Several vecwl* at the wharf were damaged.
< hurle* K I made» and Beach Tinsley yea
teniay l«lt Muucie, ludiana, for the country
aitli a ran ol Hercules powder. When hall
a miie I rum the town the can exploded,
teuriiig Rlioadc* to pieces and fatally injur
lng Tuibley.
were
Lo«», *35,0(10.
<1 at the Keel ridge iron
Miue, between Quinneshee and Iroii Moun
tain, Midi., ou Tuesday aMernooii. No
ioi*ii wen- in the mine, which w
lie abandoned, but eight
the irrnutiii which l«*l 1 in were killed. About
I'd "f the ground fell iu, with the engine
hull.-«. iiiiidijiuTy ami men, Dj a depth of
about to
who *too«l on
loo uct.
A lire
Booth Bay, Maine, yesterday
ig, 'lestroved the Knickerbocker Ice
buildings, including 12 large
f, a truss-covered run, about a
quarter oi a mile long, two englue houses,
Lay »mi coal sheds, und capacious dock*.
•Sixty thousand t<
Tli.* i,
Coiuptiiv'
store-h
of Ice were melted,
is estimated at $156,000, und a
• 1 brown out of work. In
uuiutii r o! nu
«tnillariMii is
sjMictcd.
'Rough
out ruts, mice, roache*, file*, ant*,
us, skunk*, chipmunk*, gopher*. 15
cents. Druggist*.
KWtM."
Cln
bHl-b
o
1 hey Kan lor the Doctor.
Soi
if |H*ople are always rutiniiig for the
doctor wlim the lea*t thing i* the matt4*r
with thfiiiH Ives or their children Of
courhf, tin* doctor like* this, lor he get*
well paid for it. But there are many occa
hioiiK vvlieu tin* judiciou* u*e of Perky
Davids Pain Kii.lrk will do all the doctor
can * " r B. V. Millar, of Syracuse, N. Y.,
f A Vh * l, ' ba- tor tirrnty year* used Pain
kii-LKH lor miacellaneous family sickness ;
and that it In so valuable that It ought to be
•hpt in every house.
Work Given Out.
• "* l )l your address we will make
an .filer by which you can earn $3 to $7
evenings, at your home. Men, Women,
joy« or Girls can do It. H. C. Wilkinson
* , (J » 195 *hd 197 Fulton street New
York.
On
Ou
l.OOIIl R,
•cj L" , i. «re th'* iinest furnished
'1 he operating room i* re
ami improved instrument*.
( L* entire change iu our help
* nd »ow have first-cla**
prop,
work
Without ext
the State,
modeled. NV
We have
men. What
st* to do i* to give you first quality ol
«u,. '?, ual 10 *ny made in the city, at the
oc old priée*. Wo show you proof and
dnmu-e satisfaction. Our gallery 1* open
2o '\i l ayp ol we ®k. tiutterley & Co.,
' • liir kt , i Btreet. Arthur Clare, manager.
Can't Get It.
or , a j*' l<R f Iblçht'g Dipease, Kidney, Urinary
ver Complaint* cannot be contracted
used « £ ,ur famil y Mop Bitter» are
dhp«'. ai1 Li f ^ ou alrea dy have any of these
that 0,) , ^htt'T* i* the only medicine
this „ 1 ^ure you. Don't forget
will 'I 1 ! u 1 K et puffed up stuff that
* lli only harm you.
b y you
HE tARliEST RETAIL STOCK OE DRT
OOODB.
D,„. ' W " ,II ™" A Clothier,
■"Ht in D«y Goods Eloi.rsiT.Ly,
F.mnTH and MarketStkests,
" aii.AnBLpHiA
To h A Uard,
dl*reu«»S!?» ÄrÄ <,u L Mertn K trom the error» of In
decav you th, nervous weakness, early
Mi»ti. "'"'•tnfH'od.ete., 1 «111 und a re
Uli mi,? 11 ' ""J >" u . YHKE OF OHAKUE.
*l»n»rv nî W » B dKoover.d by « mla
dregpeft i ,ulh Ara erlca. Send a self-ad
ls ll"K'! 1 " . t0 the HEV - .fOHEFH T.
'AN. Htatlon II. New York Oily. tu-w
"I'M ll„.
The event ~ .
l " liuiii.f.,, •,!; h ''y^brred again. It was certain
L.uUi u ''411» Grand Monthly Drawing
tiine (»„ j. ,' ,a s *Hto Lottery took place on
13th, wh,.,. * ^ r 011 Tuoaday, Mardi
elicited • Ti„l. , » lowing happy result was
Caiiltul .V* MW drew $75,000, the Aral
wh,'„ j holders of fractional parta
y # ll-kiiuïî,ï. Rt / ck ?. 1 Allen Shaeffer, a
heyer « f u. M, V kHe »er at Allentown, Pa.: J. J.
«1er. Depot, Va. ; F. E. Ôailen
«"■oiid e a , I U"* 1 ;* üac, ' coating 91 only. The
Af.OflT. heiJi i i f- 1 . 11 "", wa. drawn by ticket No.
Swum,,,. l V f,ll0Uonl * 1 P»rts to A. Kaueoher,
Ï 1 " •n„.V.2 ln - Hnti Isrfte ' Brown, Ocala,
.5 ,V' fj*, '■»I'ltal, *10,000, wan won by
Alla,, |. | " t r " l "ff«otloii, coating »1 each to
Ll ■ "',.1 H I V , . , . C,n * 1 ctrcct, New Orleans.
*'*» few O'""»*». Ul«. There
thoji.ui, iu,,,. ler » who collected^ their money
:<id,l U "" 11 ' 1 »»« other, who have
!!** «■altered f* n atteBt that «86,000
9»n'ls(f T V" '" tho »ole management of
Hy-IV« wi" ur,: '{'', ra J " f L».. and Jubal A.
{."•»day, Mïyï° .*jU i° the lame thing on
*•» GrUfA^iOr M. A. Dauphin,
*"*, L»., will furniiii ,u lnformatlom
Happened llelore Will Happen
Again.
No
A niwm Thli.
Can you find a case of Bright's Disease of
the KLluey*, Diabetes, Urinary or Diver
Complaint* that Is curable, that Hop Bitter*
has not or cannot cure ¥ Ask your neighbor*
If the; can.
"Tlielr Occupai I*mi Uon«."
Or. R. V. Pirn>\ fiiiffnlo. N Y.:
tucked with congestion of U»« lunga.
over the liver,sever« pain In the joints a burning
fever, and general giving away of the whole
system, Failing to llml re lof In remedies pre
scribed. 1 tried yom "Golden Medical Dis
covpry. It "fleeted my entire i
trines have only to be UH**d
If every fntnlly w<
tenths of the aoet
their occupât i
inAt
at
I
mod
!>«• appreciated.
. Y
ii trlu 1, nine
mid irivn them
nrrt would, like Othello, find
iron«. Yours truly,
la. H. Ml Ml ELAN, Ml).
Iheusport, N. Y.
DIPHTHERIA
HAS
NO CHANCE
WHFH TREATED WITH ,1
Perry Davis's Pain Killer
This wonderful remedy ha* wived the
live* of many, many children
who were aim ont dead with
DIPHTHERIA.
R Henry Wilson, Lawrence, Mush.,
'.The nuryoons pronounced my
therja^ and deciard that
ess:
TiiedloH could
vls'ii Pain Killer saved my
Ufa
I.ibeous Leach, Nashua, N. H.. says: ** I had
painters'col i<f and diphthereticsoro throat very
severely. Pain Killer drove both away."
DRUGGISTS ALL KEEP IT.
r tf' /»I
^1
r* *■'
Ÿ CR. *.h I
a DYE'S,
WBEtSmM
BEFORE — AN3 — AFTER
Electric Appliances are sent on 3ü Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0U21Q OR OLD,
■ufforing NxRvoon Dbbiutt,
st Vtrautv. LA- k or Ncuvk Fom *
ASTI NU W SAKNRHSKN tyvl it .i tU
Natcki restjliln^ fi
ll ef
Man nor
lie Nine
W
(h I
Vioo
»**■• 8p«*^iy
n of H*a trn, 1 io or
lut grandest discovery
•nd at, once for lllust
VOLTAIC BELT GO.. MARSHALL, W!CH,
■ii
rated 1*1«.
■Ii!
f>, BALL'8
Health Corset
Y
as
Is Increasing In
larlty every da
U the Ml
PORTABLE
FF.rr fum ing
nopu
y Mslsolus
1ST CO ti
ll PER
W-m
find
w,
• worn. Mert'lmnis
it giv«'« the liest s«t
•tlon of any corset
.old.
I satisfactory
refunded,
—roll HALE ONLY !IY~
R. L RUSSELL,
31« Market Btreet.
,v
w
:
they
u
k 31. f
fet.H-3-fl
THE PUBLIC IB REQUESTED CARE
1 FULLY to lidtlc the lu-w ami «iilsrcml
««•heine to We drawn monthlv.
«8TAP1TAL PRIZE, #78, (»«).-%»
Pick ets. only #8. Khans in
proporr.i
Louisiana State Lottery Co
supervise the
for all the Monthly and Seiul
"We do hereby certify that
arra n geinc
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery
d control the
III pe
Company,
Drawings them selves,
ducted with honesty, fairness, and lu good fa tli
toward all parties, and we. auUmrlze the
pan y to
o ir stguatu
manage
id tiiat tlie same
ertl floate, wltii fac-slinlet ol
died. In its ailvertlbementb. '
this
f/
La
Commissioners.
Incorporated In 18*8 for 28 years by the Legisla
te for Education*! and Charitable purposes—
a capital of #1,000,000— to which a
jf fAW.OOÜ has since been added.
overwhelming popular vote. Its franchise
made a part *f the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted
and endorsee
^ ^postpones. ITS GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take place
01 A* SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
FORTUNE. FIFTH GRAND DRAWING,
CLASSE, AT NKW ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
MAY 8th, 1883.—150th Monthly Drawing.
by the people of i
It never scales
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
FKAfTTlONS, in FIFTHS In PROPORTION.
LIHT OF PRIZKB:
....# 75.000
.... 25,000
.... 10,000
.... 12,000
10,000
... 10,000
.... 10,000
.... 20,000
... 30,000
.... 25,000
. 25,000
i CAPITAL PRIZE..
1 CAPITAL PRIZE..
1 CAPITAL PRIZE..
2 Prize« of
2 . 000 ..
5 Prizes of
lo Prizes of
20 Prizes of
100 Prix*» of
300 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
t,000 Prises Of
, 000 .
500.
I I
Bfl
aFFEOXIMATION I'KIZBH:
9 Approximation Prise* of #750....
.9 6,750
4,500
2,250
250.
1,9*7 Prizes, amounting to.#285,500
' Aupllcatlon for rates to ol.il.» should only be
m»deto the office of the. ompanv In New Orleans,
Fn. further Information, write clearly,giving
full addreu. Bend orders by expres. or TUgls-
-. .. Money Order, addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La
" VÄSBSSfcÄ. Waahlngton. D. C.
the Extraordinary Beml-Annual
—* "—e the Capital Prize will be
N. B.-In
Drawing of
#150,000.
In
re
T.
KING STREET.
Tea ! Tea ! Spices ! Spices !
Coffee ! Coffee ! Roasted !
Roasted at No. 409 King St.
409
on
was
Aral
a
J.
The
No.
by
to
have
of
A.
on
DI LLIN. W1
I
J JNDEMAN PIANOS
A 7-octave Stein way Square
A 7-octave Chase Square.
Haines Upright, aud a tin«* 7 % oci. at
|175, at
L1NDEMAN BROS.,
171 & 173 W. Fourth St.
OINCINNATL O
KIDNEY-WORT
HAS
° KIDN
g| Uoom a le
been proved
• SUREST CURS f«r
, EY DSSEA8E8.
liirae book or a d (»ordered urine
indicate that yot i aro a vlolimS THEN DO
NOT HESITATE ; use KIDNEY-WORTa*
amend It) and It will
orooiro tlicdiscsoeandrestore
?
S onoe (drugginls r.
* speedily ovoraomo tliodiseaoe a
glhcal\h vaction to all theory-a-«,
8 Ladies. ÄÄ»
+* and weakness*, KlDlfEY-WORT launsur •
% posscd.se It will act t • mpUy and safely
Eitfi i Bet. Incontinence, retention of
brick due*,
' T • '»1rs. nil Jjt-codlly yield to liseur
«
I
Ha*
I
*
«urln
l|drr«
^•BilvoT. r.
SOLD
ropy deposits, and dull
*
<*.1)
I,
ALL DRUGGISTS. Price *1.
s
"My friend, 'F- C. Lcgtml, of thin city, used lo
be dr
Kidney* Wo
Drop gist, Allcghancy
don I »!<• fro
|»tl itb
•ii ed him " Jus. M. Kinney,
, Pa., Aug. 22-8-,
Kidney Disease.
I KIDNEY-WORT
THE
rrs A SURE CURE !
fur all disease« of the Kidneys and
LIVER
It has spodlla action on th is most important
I organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
, inaction, stimulating the healthy eeoretton
v ortheBUe.and by keeptugr the bowels in free
I condition, effecting Its regular discharge.
9 kflA|orl«l If you are ruffbrlng from
\ IwldlCSl ICI s malaria, have the ahlUs.
are bilious, dyspcptlo, or oonstlpatod. Kid
ney-Wort will surely relieve ft qnlokly eure.
S.
In this season to cleanse die System, every
one should take a thorough course of it. (51)
SOLD DY DRUQGI8T8. Prie« «I.
KIDN ELY WORT
"I've gained 20 lbs. in twomonths, " writ«» Sir.
J. C. Power, of Trititon, Ub, (Dec. 2-82), "and
'd buffered with liver disorders
shire 1MH2. Kidney-Wort cured
York clergyman : "I
Strong words frein a Ne'
unhesitatingly re
greatly benetltted ii
of Mohawk, N. Y.
Kidney-Wort.
•d
h Ibfv. C. E. Kemble,
KIDNEY-WORT
FORTHE PERMANENTCURE OF
CONSTIPATION.
s
«
E
prevalent In this
re medy
equalled the celebrated KIDNEY- ■p
. Whatever the cause, C
, this remedy 0
m
THIS dLitresslrg com- »
plalni is very ap l . to be j
oompllcatod with conuttpatlou. Kidney- »
Wort strengthens tho woakonod xwrts and •
quickly euros all kinds of Piles even when
physicians and medicine* have before fail
ed. nr If you ha vo either of these troubles 2
use
No other disoaso is
country as Constipation, and
WORT as a
however obstinate the
will overcome it.
E
s
c
PILES.
s:
At
a
1
g
B QUEUE _
KlDNEYjfWORT
Sell
T. Abell, of
o other relief from
It has e
" writes Ly
"For 12 y
Georgia, Vt., ' I ft*
til I tried Kidney-Wort.
'I
ed
piles,
not
KIDNEY-WORT
T
HE GREAT CURE
Ï
I'OB
Ii Ii-II-E-U-31-A -T-I- 8 - M
^ As ft lr for all the painful diseases of the
O
a*
•O
KI&NEY8, LIVER AND BOWELS.
the acrid poison
that causes the dreadful suffering which
only the victims o' rheumatism
THOU8AND8 OF CA8E9
of the worst forms of this terrible disease
have been quickly relieved, and in short
PERFECTLY CURED.
rmcr $i. i.tqrin or imY,HOLD Hj dki uoihtn.
( S4) Dry can bo sent by mail.
WKLL6. RICliARDBON «V Co., Burllngton.Yt.
<i
c
I
B
It cioausoa the syHtciu
realise
9
J
£
:
\
■a
<
*
"I had habitual eostlvenesH, pain In the back
d rheumatls
ton, Vt.. Kidney-Wort bus
tax
NO.
" writes ». J. Scott, Burling
red them all."
aCIFy
" iN 1 ™ ER iL H c *h "
b
JVUill
V
iiy
ted
Vf/
^owof^j
lÜTAJULERE^ai®'
Miles
PREMIUM
8.
the perfection q f createst discovery
SCIENCE OF THE AGE
FULL WEIGHT,
FULL STRENGTH.NEVER FAILS
%£r Always a handsome Chromo,
taf" OfUtn a large Picture Book and
Two Painting*.
0T*Bometimcs a good Stem-Winding
Watch.
IPT* Ask your grocer for it.
fcbl2-8-70
j^DAMS AND BROTHER,
No. 504 Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Cash Variety Store.
be
TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS,
EASTER CARDS
AND CUT PICTURES.
be
DRY GOOD»,
HOST
KKY,
NOTION»
* GEN115 1
UN U EU WEAR
!
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS
CROCKERY. TIN.
GLA88WARK,
RA«, HEMP.
INGRAIN AND _
STAIR CARPET.
HTA1R ROD»,
CURTAIN».
table, Stair and floor oil cloths.
Largest and «cheapest line of Lamps. Lanterns,
Vases In endless variety. Table andl'oeket Cut
lery, Express Wagons. Velocipedes, Toys of all de
scrfpUpns, Dolls, Doll-Heads, Doll-Bodies, Doll
Carriages. The LARGEST, CHEAPEST ami
BEST line •
BABY CARRIAGES in the State
—SOL« AOBNt» ■'OH—
HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS.
It will pay you to call and examine —
of goods and pi ices before purohadtng.
at
varie I '
AGENTS Attention
Vf KTKOR A. AKM CLOCK, wfth Luçnl
M n»"« Co.„po.„t i ..nF 5 ç. Time »een di».
tlnctly at night. NOTHING SELLS SO
RAPIDLY. w'400 a month easily made. Send
92.50 for Hample, or 3-cent »tamp for full partlo
ulars. CLOWES ft FKISBIE,General Agent»,
I janl8-l-14 Waterbary, Oonn
VMY QOUVB.
S
J
Hill
artists
tion
homes.
It
make
lia
lean
tlsan
1 lollh
■ u < i.
THE BKbT PLACE TO BUY Dit Y liOODH:
Strawbridge & Clothier's,
Eighth and Filbert.
Eighth and Market.
mil.AMl.PKlA.
S. H. STAATS,
No. 406 Market Street,
Ha* just opened an elegant stock ol
New Hamburg
The
Any
,
i
Sûtes
EMBROIDERIES
Many of the above Patterns
New, and will be sold at
YEAR'S PRICE«.
entirely
LAST
The
Number
time
next
The
Weekly,
Also. Just received ■ lie«
tlful assortment of
mall,
S ense
ollar
(loth
l?
Money
without
COTTON TRIMMINGS
8uit*b>e lor Trimming Undergarment*.
CLOSING OUT !
closing out
Lots of Ladles' and MIsbcs'
Odd
We
FANCY HOSIERY !
-half the regular price, In order to
NEW SPRING STOCK.
At nearly
make room
s T
l iyi OH itJs.At.KHt*.
JOHN F. DOLAN,
No. 6 West Third Street.
rradlng
enjoy
lncidf
las,
of
finest
new
number,
will
<1
-Leads In Cholc
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
shortest
DOLAN'S,
fl West Third street.
In every style. Served
Oysh
not foe.
fe 1)27-3 m
QREF.N TREE HOTEL,
Twenty-second and Maiket
Sts., Ninth ward.
tentlon
|s
A
ly
"The
An
An
'The
By
The Be-it Wines, Liquors and f'lgars and the
d. Fine
lh*Ht Beer In the city constantly o
lunches a specialty.
the
ly
KRED. HAOMAYER,
Proprietor.
frb:4-S-L4
E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. S.
BONDED WAREHOUSE» pure
whiskies from the following celebrated
tillerles*
A. Overholt ft Co., Jannniy 1879 and June 1880.
A. Uuckenhelmer ft Bro., May 1879.
John Gibson, Hon ft Co., May 1879 and JuneBitfO.
Hannis Distilling Co., August 1879.
Sherwood, November 1879 and Ju
Neverilnk (Reading, Pa.,) February, 1880.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
B..jdswlll be sold either In bond or
the lowest market rates. Hamples
at this store.
W
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A
Baker,
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In
A
by
A
painter
A
Noah
A
Brooks,
The above
tax paid at
may be
NO. 108 MARKET STREET.
myft-20
KRANC'ia KELLY A CO.
P. IX1NAHOE.
-BOTTLE» OF
JOHN
AND »OLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
ft CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Ce.dbrated Bartholomay Rooicster Beer,
f'he brewings are unequalled for purity and
flavwr; constantly on hand In kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters la all
the different flavors.
An
b i 7 *ND 519 ORANGE STREET,
cott,
young
tions,
for
her.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
fty Polite and accommodating driver». Orders
iiy mall promjitly attended to. He is also connec
ted with the Telephone Kxchange.
d his signal
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Is
QRANti
PURE RYE WHISKY.
K GROVE
—nr FACT—
THE PUREST. RICHEST AND BEST EYE
WHISKY EXTANT,
bottle.
By the gallon
JAMES A. KELLY
?
AN
Vol.
Uniform In
Absolutelypure rye^
A reliable stimulant
8. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS
mv5-ly-25
quality
Rich and delicate in flavor.
and safe tonic.
The
cessful
It
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tents
tion
OIBSME LlQUO
fu
1881
Cloth,
for
__
-
$30,000 lor $2.
POPULAR
MONTHLY DRAWING
Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
A
in the city of LOUi»VlLLK, 1
Monday, April 30th., 1883
de
On the last day of each month (Sundays
excep.ed). Repeated adjudication by Federal and
State CourtsKaveplaced this company beyond
the controversy or the law. To this Company
belongs the sole honor of having Inaugurated the
only plan by which their drawings
honest and fair beyond question.
N. B.—The Company has
capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the
of prizes for the
proven
the
For
hand a lar
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APRIL DRAWING.
ing
#39,000
1 Prise.
I Prise.
1 Prl*e.
10 Prize«, 1,000 each
20 " 500 " •
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10,000
5,000
. 10,000
. 10,000
.. 10,000
. 10,000
. 12,000
.. 10,000
.. 2,700
1.800
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SO . Rxnre»«. Don't »end by Registered Letter
po»t tfelce Order. Order« of 95 aud upward by
Exprès*, can be sent at our expense. Address afi
orders to R. M. BOA ROMAN, Oourtor-Journal
Building, Louisville Kv. IS tU-lv-S»
Jackson's Lime, Fresh and Pure From the Valley !
HTCRK'S LIME—LIME FOR WHITE COATING !
S A K D I
Lehigh, Turkey Run, Wirst Shenandoah. Boston Run, prepared
expressly for family usé. Ceni. nt «'alcined Plaster, Wood, Eto.
ICOAL
CUMBERLAND COAL!
J ACKSON LIME AND COAL COMPANY,
KIVG'STREET WHARF.
Si> 1 « » t'V itLit A ' tU \ »
1883.
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ly assistant edit'
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scribers are counted by tens of thousands.
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gaging iresh editors and correspond
ents at home and abroad, enlarging and
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They offer, this year, to every subscriber,
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WINE GROWERS
MAREUIL, SUR- AY, FRANCE,
Branch houses In PARIS, France, and 97 BEAVER STREET, New York, beg leave
the people of Delaware that they have appointed
to inlorm
JOHN MEALEY,
205 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON
7
Their agsnts for the sale of their famous brands of natural Champagnes.
NAPOLEON'S CABINET (Dry),
II) Double Magnums, Magnums, Quart, Pint and Half-Pint Bottles, aud
MAXIMUM (Very Dry,)
In Double Magnums, Magnums, Quart and Pint Bottles.
THE
DRY VERZENAY
It
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Institute for cases ol sickness. Ian20-ti- 46
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TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOFING,
•7
Metal Work and Jobbing of Every
Description.
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges and the "Favorite Heater
JAMES F. WOOD & CO.,
FRONT AND ORANGE STS,
WILjMINGTON, del.
feb20-tt»-42
JOHN MEALEY.
r
NO. 205 MARKET STREET'
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent tor State of Delaware tor
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne ine,
PRICE LIST.
Per Ca*e 12 Qt*.
24 Pte.
17.00
18.00
do
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Case*
lO Case*
'15 Case*
5 per cent.
• 10 per cent.
15 per cent.
IMPORTED
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IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
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Special Announcement !
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Sixrriiiel Lees,
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offers great inducements in
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GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, ETC.
STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED AT LOWEST JOBBING BATES.
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American Watch and Clock Depot,
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT AND SMALL PRICES.
ft®" Loi» k at some of the prices :
Ladles' So Id Gobi American Lever Watches,
Gents* Solid Gold American Lever Watches,
Ladles* Solid Gold Watches as low zz
One-day Clocks, #1.00 up.
• #22 00
80 00
- 12 09
Bight-day walnut Clock», 98.00 up.
I hand of of solid gold and best rolled plated Jewelry
glasses and spectacles. Repairing of all kinds done
S. PICARD, No. 11 NORTH 8ECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
and chains. Solid sliver
In a skillful manner.
A large stock
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