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MEPRINTCD FROM YESTERDAY
• I.HIOC8 MV10K8T.
A Boy ItsJurfNl by 9 jliftrlfn Ho«®
llecovqry
On Saturday a' young son of John C.
Rlpperirer, living at 1113 Tatnall street, and
a son of Griffith the biker, at Eleventh and
Tatnall streets, were waterlog the street
with the aid of a h *e Having
tered the street until tired they un
fastened the hose a ml began play
ing with It by swinging it around, when
young Rlpperger's hold alipped and the brass
end of the hose hit him
head chttflh to the
ldm
to his home, where he has lai i at the point
of degth ever since. Dr. Curtis is in attend
ance, but entertains hut little hope of the
boy'a recovery, as be has not regaiued cou
scknisticsh since being struck.
MOT FOUND YKT.
tv
the side of the
t* tuple, knocking
He wan convevcd
lonveye«!
ItiM'nlble.
ThU Sewrcti for the Itody of Misa Dsv>«
Proves Unavailing.
Tills mornlMg Charles E. Sparks aud J. C.
Wigg «»worth continued their search ferthe
body of,Miss Davis, who«e drowning last
night isfraeptioued in to day's GAZETTE^tnd
kept at |t uptil 1 o'clock, this utiernoon.
without result. They eneomfteittd m
obstruction#, such as large pieces of iron and
cfcuqks dt water-logged wood, but no bedyt
At IB c^clhck this morning Officer John
Pfcrsor. wcx»é to the sc« ue ol the accident
and dived in various places, for an hour, in
the hope of finding the body, nut was also
unsuccessful.
' If
any
Will 8ulin Forth« Money.
Police Officer Pierson wishes it distinctly
understood that he will not «wim with
George Wilson or any other man tor fun,
but if Wilson desires to arrange a match he
can do so by calling at the police station
and depositing his « takes. Pierson will
willingly swim against him for any amount
varying from $50 to $1,000, and hope« that
Wilson will atop hin nonsensical newspaper*
talk aud either "put up or shut up." Officer
Pierson means business and cau furnish
financial backing to any required amount.
Without exception, are the finest furnished
in the State. The operating room is re
modeled. New and improved instruments.
We have made entire change in our help
and now have first-class men. What we
propose to do is to give you flret quality of
work equal to auy made in the city, at the
same old prices. We show you proof and
guarantee satisfaction. Our gallery is open
only six days of the week. öutterle'y & Co.,
2US Market street. Arthur Clare, manager.
An Elderly Lady's Fall.
Ah the people were emerging from the
West Presbyterian church yesterday morn
tug an elderly lady, Mn>. Nesbit, a étranger
here, caught the heel of her shoe and fell
down the h one steps leading lo the street.
When she was picked up, she w
be inseindble. A carriage
she
attended her, prottouuccd her injuries
slight.
found to
procured aud
taken to her home. Dr. Maull who
Btlll Improving.
The most sanguin«* hope« are now enter
tained by the puysiciau win is atteadtug
Eugen Wells, the young man who was hit
In the head with a brick by son e
„ known
person. Everything at present the physician
says Is as sat is fa. tory a* he could wish it
and without inflammation setN in lhe patient
will be about iu a reasonable length ol
time.
Thrown lot«» the Gutter.
A small sized tight took place at Front
and Market streets this morniug about 11.30
during which a begging tramp was thrown
in the gutter with considerable violence by a
shop keeper in that vicln ty. Officer Vickers
arrived about this time
lloatililicb.
d stopped lurther
Shut Do
The entire works of the Bowers, Dure A
Company car shops will be shut down for
acvi ral days this week for the purpose of
making needed repairs to machinery and
taking stock.
tor Repairs.
Hkinny Men.
"Wells' Health Reuewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, ImpoTence,
Sexual Debility, fl.
The Puzzle
How to keep cool Is very satisfactorily solved
by visiting A. Hauber's saloon, 200 West
------ It is In reality Cape May at bonté.
Dr. R. V. Pierce s "Uulden Medical Dlr
ery' cures every kind ot Humor, Irom lhe
common pimple or erujition
ula.
street
the worst scrof

to six buttles c
o live bottles
snlt-rhe
tetter.
••uru the worst kind of
One
pimples
Two to I*»
'bu tie les and
Five
tlic luce
l>otlles clc
tho system ot boils,
running
to eight bottle
and the wont
ro corrupt
r«ifula.
t half-dooen and dort
lee
By druggiaD, and i
great discount.
GITS' ITEM.
MMHBrlBT ' 4, o.. Photo, rap
». W ?V Tarent «t
TUE RAILROADS
A Local Time .Table With the Latent
Uorrection.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
Phi la .—2
h. 15, 9.00, o.Hw. y.f,», 10
m.: 12.15. 12.3H, 1
6.38*. 0.6»,
Nttw Yo
1* 38, 1.54,* 6.1; *, 0.3»
HaLTIMOHB— 1.06», 1.42*, 4,61*,8.06*. 9.17* a
m. 12.27, 1 . 00 , 1 ,Ot>, 6.00, e.txi, 6.57, 11.04* p.'ui.
L42*. 4.51*, 8.06*, 9.17' a. m. 1
2
J.30, 6.40, 7.011, 7.60, 8.104
10.80.11.53 a. m . I2.00f,
2.30, 4.00, 6.17*, 6.30j,
6.80, 9.58, 11.53 a.
i
1.00, 1.011, 6.Ü0.8.
,1 !.«>»* p. m.
HaLTIMO
1.06*, 9,17- a.
* I rains running both daily and Sunday.
tTrains running only
and In'tkumkdiatr Statiomb—
Buuday.
Kailroad- 6.
5t p. tn
astlc only.
ngt<
1 Express for Delmar.
PKLaWa
W*. 4.U0J
*.9 10t a,m. 1.06f,
No Sunday ttdiua.
* F
tF
11a
and intermediate stations.
Wil
Ndffox Nohthkr.n Railroad —7 uo a.
1 0 , 6.36 p.
1.U6
. Sunday», J.uo a. in, and |
Dklawakk W
m. 6.3U p. m
Railroad—7.05 10.30
Sunday trai
*
6.1
TRAINS AKK1V Lat W1L.M1NGTUN FROM 1
A—12.46. l.UU, 1.3z*, 4.47*, 7,46. H.(r2* U Vi
9.45, lo.lot 11.35 K. in. 12.22. 12.60, 107 , 2.3oL
2.50, 3.65, 4.30. 4.56, 5.36, 6.53, 6 20. 6.48, 7.36,7.60+' 1
9.60, 10.38. 10.68 p. m. T ' I
I
!
r York— 1.32*, 4.47*, 8.02+, 9.12 a
1.07 , 4.55,6.48», 10.6s p.m.
Baltimokb —1.61*, 2.13», 9.34, 9.64,11.43 a
12.30, 1.61, 5.11 , 6.30», 7.24, 9.49* p. m.
Wash i notow— 1.51*, 2.13, 11.43 a.
«.61, ü.ll ■, 6.30*, "
* Both dally and Sunday.
♦ On Sunday only.
t. 12.60
l. 12.36,
. 9.49 p. m.
Dkla
Kail
- B .60 9.60, 10.15 a.
No Sunday trains.
2.05, 5.06*. 6.is* p.
* From New Castle only.
on A. Northkhn Kailk
. Sunday,
J—6.62
<•30 und
8.4't, 11.36 a.
. 6.42 p.
7.
Dblawarb Whtkkv Ha
-8.00 a.
KOA
• hunduy truius 9.1'fa. u

, 6.40 p. m.
TKA1NN LEAVE FOR WlLJVllNCTTUN
PHLLAPBLFHIA Nbw Hr
12.80», 3.u6 , 0,30. 7.20* .8.0u
11.60 a m. 12.2«, 1.3:
6.u5, $.20.6.56, 6.o5j. 6.36, ü
i«t. io.w,n.ao, '
-, ».ao, 10 Ü». iu?!
STKRirr Dai»<
.
fct,
Nkw UastLB— 8.38, fc.16, 10.02, 11.48
.40, 8.36 p. ui.
i
* Train* nnmltqr both dany and 8twd*y.
tTrains running -ajou: unday.
; A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
•nd way «tâtions at 7.48 a. in., returning leave
Newark at 8.26 a. in. fur Wilmington and way
stations.
The Illack figures denote the Limited
Bxprees Train*
OUR ^lAILH.
Their Arrival h «I Depwrtuie, Taking
r ilVot July 1st, 1883.
The Post I ifflee Iu this city will bo open dally,
except Sunday, from 8.3o a. m to y p. in 1T1
vat«; boxes are aocotsible until 11 p.
Sundays open ff«xa 8.bo to u 3» a.
boxes accesnible from 8 to 8 p. m. lUiewtmle
saie stamp, wtixioW will close ai k.So p ui The
money order ottiee will close st 4 p. in.
t >n
Private
m ails. cuortK as vollowh :
; MIRTH,
gton 4« Northern Rail rond to Kendinu;
lOintsan the JHalUinora aud Cuutral
Wilmln
Pa., and j
south ofCladd'k Ford, 7.40 a. tu.
Philadelphia olo«ed pou *»i, 8.88 a.
I'hilndelidiiu aud waymaU, Ou ui.
New Vont. .
1'uunsylvania and peints east and
De'iuware Western Railroad lo Landenburg
Philadelphia, New Thrift oity. Pennsylvania
and New Jersey. 11.M a. m .
Philadelphia, NSaW York pnd 'all points east
und wcBt.'T.vw-p-ja. ;
Philadelphia, Nsw Yortt an « all points east
and west, 4.4U p. up. ;
Philadelphia akd New York eitles closed
poucheS, V.ik r ' p in.
Pencsylvauia west of Laneusie-, and nil
points west and southwest 9.85 p. m.
. Ail points north.
und southwest, 1
All Louisiana ixseut
which is sent south
except New Orleans
through mails.
SOUTH.
Haiti«,
'MRlil
and way mail, 7.4u a. in.
and all points south, 7 4U a. in
tho Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
W
An pom
Sui-pliinentary mail lor the Peuin ula, 9 a in.
Baitimure, Washington aud all point« south,
12*80 p.m.
Newport, Stauton, Newark, Elktou and
de Orace. 12.3». p. m
HnltltnoreCentral,between Port lte
posit, aud Chadd's Ford, i2.30 p. tn.
Haiti to ore and Hay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harriuglou, including
Delaware City aud St. George s, 6.60 p m.
Baltimore, closed pouch. 5 6u p. m.
Haiti inure, Washingtou aud all points south
Il p. m
H
Points
KAILS ARRIVE AVD READY FOR DELIVERY .
From WUxnlugtouA Northern Railroad Ö. 30
P Æ
New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other point*, U 30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east aud west, 8 30 a. in.
way mail from Philadelphia. 8.30 a. m.
From Peuimmla and all north of Harrington
9.16 a. in.
From Baltimore and way mall, 9.60 a. m.
From Baltimore, L2.3u p. iu
From Peninsula mull, 12.30 p. in.
Philadelphia, New York and points
north aud east, 1.20 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and points
y
i
south. 2.-AJU. m.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and points
, 5.40 p. ui.
Baltimore, Washington and poiuts
south and southwest, S.aO p. to.
Carriers dtliverles us follows : fl.30 a.
erai ; lo in a. m., partial : i.8u p.
4.00 p. m.. partial.
Coliertious from street boxes are made by tho
carriers at ö.3u aud lo a. m., 1.30 aud 4
An additional collection will he
D. m from all boxes beUvr
Loiuburd and W
Inclusive, un t-unduy u full collection will be
made at F00 p.m. Loc i luttera for carriers
delivery should be deposited in Post Office ten
minutes before the hour ol delivery
W. Y. SWKHJKT, I'
DEATH
I
north aud
1
•, gen
., gunerul :
lie at'-.30
Jelfersoif und
aud Thirteenth «'.reels
'out master.
BRADLEY'.—On the 22nd liibt,, Fr iu-l« Bradley,
In the 73 «I year ol hi» age.
Bela ive« aud frb nds
hlsdutierHl from his t t
street Tliuradar morning at 9 oVlock, proceed to
M. r.. chu eh.
• I nested to
«•lid
li ncp, 219 L«
New ark:.
VNit ER TA A EBS.
JOHNSON A BAHN HILL,
burnishing Undertakers,
$ W. OOR TENTH A MARKET, ST'S
WILMINGTON, DBL.
RESIDENCES :
b. HARRY JOHNSON,
617 JcflVr-- -
G. T. BARN HI LI.
28«! and - -
t*MOVEëttl ON Ai. CARD*.
JOHN C. COLE,
»OTAKV PUBLIC, ANDJUn
FKAGL.
flsrls Building, No 101 Wr- 3 l
UK OP Til »
Tele
J )K8. J, N. J. B. HOBENfcACK,
Those aflllete.l with thceWectsofSFLK-ABUSF
tr "1 MKKCURIAUZATION .houbl nJibSltJa
». consult .1. .N . A J. B. HOHBNMACK of Xjd S
■*w*ond street. IMilladelphla, either
person, dm lug tue hours of» a.
• t«*h p. m.
Whosoever shot
SïSÏJ
id know hl9 con*
e it »hou id rea«l
••WlttlMiy I\ a NUT-SHKLL.»'
•»« rec*<>ipt of three*cent'stanip.
b>
Advice fr«;e.
lilion and the way
Sent
A POSITIVE CI RE Only Two Bottles,
FOB
Catarrh
cjpt&t
M ÏÎJARRH eolo»Jt .n I. ivm
^*S At Ml*»»* I res
'Wi
HAÎ-FEVKK,
, .
y[ m pgygl>
the llUlf finger Into
* 8 cleanses ?j[e »b erptlon it ef
catarrhjil virus, musing healtliv
fhiKi. ri-, orotcc " ' ""
I have
with
. duri
tU8t H
In July
to FJV
Ä
.
the Hr tappïku
It
h
II
-t the
Slate
N*w J
Arst
t*»all V

tione. It
ids, cum*
r;
additional
heals tl
Ü1
-iiK
il
:
, Beneficial
* w uunlleatlon».
r - v, a"" k "
It
A O 10 rough treatment
cold» In bead. Agree
a >H*.k ,rC,rc "* ar ' A 01 ** by druggist«.
LY VcRBAlf B
will
• s
By mall 30c.
deotX-m. w, T4»
BALM CO..
• . Y.
J KON RAILING©
-AND—
IRON WORK
FOR BUILDINGS.
J. P. WALTON A 00.
ESTIMATES furnished on applj
CATION
552 & 554 W. Sixth St
I -mcinriRt''
N
KlJLk
GAS LA M P
-««• W
50 Candle-Power
1
»sr "tfi'"*?. n, iH n s7gr s
imratlve View" of annual cost of 28 t) G. I*. ln
• 6 4 'N»-c*dle Gas" Lamps $ 65.70
219. • Electric Lamp rS?2»6
GRAND ALFA LIGHT CD
•••lai»*» treated with. ClianrtelGr.
'♦rder. Tattle Lanins of^oc. P.^
rior lighting
S*-* nrosp.
Gapitallst
of
J. V. to.
W. B. ROBINS,
1 , «»«*dIpp and Manufacturer,
t *32 Main Si-reet,, (2nd floor,)
and on (hange Daily
CINCINNATI
FOOD PR F 8 MBFATIVm.
$200 A YEAR
'
M T*!. 1 k l 'P them rVenhand Hweet foi in «ny *«ys
".\ d ,A;i;r.Æ* ,b ',^Â,'. r f' ,, . D '.mUon
that * child eaij folle , ilie «lire limit, is *h#r -
I e *.
quart of u.llk. ■ hK« a» hwnhagt It it* ik< tqr»*<l
by 6u« h men a» Pi .»f. Saui I W. John on i rYWe
prefer; on reerlpt ol price. Name your exprfSHi
olfli-o. VianHine brand for m«at;<*cean Wave
f«*r fish and nea food; jsnow Flake f«*r milk butter
and i'heese; a nil- *• muent, Antl-PIv an Anti
Mo d, une. per tb e ch. Peirl or cream; Queen
f° r " a,,d AquM-Vi.w tor fluid extracts, per
.
THt U IIMINTON FOOD PKhHEHVING
COMPANY,
CAN BE SAVED
In the living Exprnaes of the
Family
by the use of ID X MAGNUS, the Hum
I re crvxtive It imacrve» Meat, F
> Rill, Kgg- an«l nit rciudH of Animal
luton F-*od
ish. Milk,
Food nein
hottest weattier.
and - weet
tills
weekb.
• d i»v the leatiiucMt Is of Juin
prove It for
Hn«i th a this Is
ariicle whl h will save you a great deal of
money.
n Ini'
hep
dr* ds win* have trfe«1 it. Y« u i
yoiiraeli for Roeent-«. > ou will
NO HOURKD MILK.
NO SPOILED MKAT.
MMjTUKJCOtWL
tb c
72 Kiiby 8t., Boston, Mass.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT7
TH K OLD A BAUE THAT * 'A N OUN< TTVP
PUEVENTIdM 18 W *RTH A POUND OF
IM'KK, " WA8 NfVER MOKE APTLY U< U8
TRATED THAN BY HIM WHO TAKES 1118
In h* K OK TAKHANT'8 8KI.TZKR APKftlF.NT
BEFORE THE (»HNI.MiMF.Al,. Ft Ht T NOT
ONLY GENTLY KEGULATK8 A^'M » I RI
FUC8 THE «YHTKM BUT 18 'a l*HoT«(Tl(tN
AGAINST IM 8 E A 8 E, WHICH N<
OUGHT TO DIHRNHARD. ALL DKUUG18IS
HAVE IT.
»NE
at in pit uIjVth inu.
r yue
GREATESTCUT
—OF—
ALL!
—AT THE—
JVI iSFIT
PARLORS.
Prices Cut 50 Per Cent !
Call and examine the
in the window. It will
a better impression of our
duction than a hall a page ol
reading matter. All the goods
in the store will be sold in pro
portion. Now is the time
while our stock is still full and
a good assomment to select
from.
Coats,
I'usters and Creole Suits in
large quarters at the
prices
convey
re
\V bite Vests, Alapaca
Linen and Mohair
1VI ISFIT
PARLOKS,
No. 1 East Fourth Street.
EYE ULA&BÆS,
IWTAB LIBBED 178Ö.
SPECTACLES
Superior lenses and skillful Work
manship combined, have given «».
Spectacles a NATIONAL REPUTA
TION.
OPER A GLASSES !
TELESCOPES !
W. M. i J. C. M'Allisler,
728 CHESTNUT ST.,
FlilLA DELPHI*.
■3-2m 2»
$30,000 tor $2.
ggTH POPULAR
MONTHLY DBAfFlNG
I
I
»I I»;
ill*
JK]
I
In the enrol LOUISVILLE, m
Tuesday, July 31st, 1883.
On the last day of each month (Sundays ex
R*P*»t*l»dJHrtlcatloS hyFoderai ami
^ »<»urt» have nlwcd tills company beyond
honest and fair tmyond question.
vingt,
N ; Company ho» now on band a la«»»*
sssar ft,n4 - ^ the as
(.•
JULY DRAWING.
1 Prize.
1 Prize.
1 Prize.
10 Prizes, I,«» each
21 * VW «•
too "
.«»,000
a
1
10,000
10,000
10,000
10.000
12.000
10.000
100 ''
D
50 M
20 *«
10 *•
»0
0 •
1 ,
• "
9 ••
9 ••
" Approximation
2,700
Lm
tuo
are
1,690 Prize,».
.. $112,41*
WHOLE TICKET'S, $?• HALF TICKKTB, 81.
27 Tickets, «50; 56 Tickets, « 100 ,
R
ici ä Vcxi'u our à
REPRINTED FROM YESTEROAV
FIR F IN NKW YORK.
' -wtm I. arge ltulhilng of George Munro
Coai|ikirl) Hu. net! Our,
New York, July 22 —The five upper
floors of the Munro publication building,
eight stories high. Nos 17 to 27 Vamk water
street, were gut u-.l by fire this afternoon.
Tire floors be'*re acre flooded with water,
and every tenant su lie red more or 1er*. The
total loss will m-i lall far «bot tof fb6o,000.
There were in hiv thrilling escapes during
the piogiess ol the lire, but uo one was
serimftly injure«!
The tenants ..( h<-building were George
Munro; the New York Witnn u; ileury Daw
son, printer; E. C. Tomlinson, pamphlet
biuder; tnefecrew TopComp.iiiy; Alexander
Anderson, printer; lx»veJoy, Son £ Co.,
electrotype»-*; Klee trie Light Company;
Henry Cnerourny, printer; Charles A. Lei I,
machider ; Vulcanite Jewelry Company;
John M. Eddie A Co., printers- Clay Man
ufacturing Company and I be liuh Puhlish
*«ys lug Company. The principal loss WEs sus
bv Oonr,.* Munro, who I. ,U ,
- in Halifax, 'N. S. His son said t here
nine presses on the eighth floor,
aevanth floor was used ns offices,
Mtiftro. He stated that the lossei by fir®
" d ».ttrwould ««I exceed fIOO.O0O.
11 ' • *♦-••-w—«a-— «-U.J
ff __ * The «»Rio cnmpRlicn.
**i , , I
HAMILTON, OHIO, July -2.—Judge tor*
ker, the Republican candidate for Governor,
per delivered a speech here last night in reply to
. 4b$i»OTPC|l delivered by Judge Hoad y's ac
t|<jn bh^outim ) for dr. Tilden before the
eieru*r*l conimlasiou, ami in response to
Jiudgn Hoad ley's remark about the
"theft of the Presidency" in 187«,
ssld: '«'"Everybody knows that, there
was, bo .theft of the presideuey, and uo
attempt at theft, except only in the Oregon
, aud that in the interest of Mr. Tildflti.
Hoadli y hud eharg* of this Case. Hd
ubt believed he was right And pre
sented It in good faith, for he is an honorable
mail. But that does qot change the aajtectol
the ca»l*—it wus an attempted theft, never
theless—and the only attempt at theft iu all
the troublesome controversy. Alt tlie bal
a I we of Vlial iuf«im>us butdimai* was cruel
sssHssinatioh, bl««>dy murder and horrible
butchery. f U was the work of the kuklux,
the white leagues, the bullwhio and the
shotgun—instrumentalities which were at
tn at, time acknowledged agencies bf the
Democratic party In the great work of tusk
ing a solid South." The speaker upheld
the adoption of the Scott liquor law, which
he claimed would redound to ti e beueflt of
tÄ$ SSJES***" 1111 ls ' i,at , f° 1 p roflt ^ bie 10
for
Is
of
resent
were
ÎR
Judjrc
OF
1118
RI
»NE
lus ill'l
sinoawtt.tn.
aatutsm.
( orrecred Dally in tHe
.» Barnet.
-oUKBcrrUD DAILY BY W. J
Mcnigm, no. 417'FHUMqji niiui»t*r
Hay. .! I.Jsîfîe
Straw,.
m- double bu .lie!
Str«
H AT, mao, BTC.
N
W
71
Middlings,double hush'%1.
Uoarse meal,
1 uo
V
■u
S
V
(Fro
•V1?B* MM*. POtTLTtV, mj..—OUsiHICOlkn
DAILY »T 1. H. VKANK A BOW, 609 KINO BT
I'nnt butter, per it wholesale.• .20 o »
Print •* »• reuu...... .26 fl
2° a 1
. .26 Q
. .18 Ü
(tarnand oats.
28
M
Tub
Tub
Egg«, wholesale, per dus«n
Emk«, retail, per u«>
4 bli kcns, »ibve whig*:sale....
Ghlokons, dresse,«! wi.oiesaia
Uoickens,alive, retail.
t hl 'koUa, dressed,
t h.*ese. wholesale,
Cheese, retail.
" ** wholesale
•f ** 44 retA t J.
i
.:*>
J*>
fll
42
I
16
14
01.
18
per pound.. .10
• 4 44 ... .12H
11
!
. 1 K
BRR» OOURBOTBD t>AtLV
•BOON
Sirloin steaks per pouua.
Kutup steaks per pound.
Houmi steaks per pound
Rib roast per pouud.
Ohaek ros«t per pound...
Ht«'WlUg piece.«.
BolllDg bits j>er pou nil ..
Kidney fat,per pound....
J«auub chops, per p«<
Lh;uIi rousts, per pound
Muttou chops, p
Mutton roasts, per pound
Veal cutlets, pur pouud..
\ eal roasts, per pound .
r WILLIAM OLAVBV
STKKKT MARKST.
.21) Q
2t
.10 «8
1*
ol
in
.14
.It
ifc
. s
S'
01
id
. :5 g
•90
pound
.16 a
.12 4
ti
.2 '
.21
.ie
l
BT'!.. OORHUHTUU DAILY BY 8.
. DIM.
BTALL 9, BEOOMD HT BE ET MARKBT.
wnolesaie retail
... 14
Smoked hams...
bhuuidtr«.
Dried beef.
^ult Hitch.
Smoked bacon./.
Bologna usage.
Lard.
»IgH. ÜURREDTBD DAILY BT VUWBLL.
IB
U
U
ft
17
16
. Ufa
• î
THIKD
Flke.
. Ai
R*ok flih, per poond
Whit# Fcr«*h, per ponud
Trout, pe«- pound .
Halibut, J
Gatiish, per pound
Black flsn.
Blue h»h.
i'pers.
Haddock.
Market cod.....
Flokerel...
Buttor fish
it a
■s*n
w
u
pouud
.20
•MH
:• i
. .08
:
. .1
VM44BTA BLB«.
Potatoou, per mur-pocs. 14
Nwcet Lotatoö». per half fMsck.. .J
< >oJ>bagB, per netnl.
Turnips, per half peck.
it
T
HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE!
Oil O METER
wilTTtell.
!
This Inst
no larger th:
m I m t of mil » drive
a mile; count.-*
-t tight; always 1
Is
a watch. It
tells the
1-100th part
ex*'
the
U|| 1.
11411 -s;
id d<
der; rfcves
ver driven; is easily attached
horse
lln
I" . I of a Buggy,
Carriage, Sulky.
, Bulky Plow, Reaper, Mo
Invaluable
Wagoi
Ro:
othei
.1 very men,
'hysli tans, Farmer». Hurvey
Flea
N 1
l*rlee only 33 .
oth
of the
post paid.
e Di
ers,
, Kip'oauien, stag«- «
*•)
•r-, Ac.
;h,
j-thlrd the pr
of any
K give diameter
''"dpt of price,
\Cheu ordc
di
by mull
A.|.
AlcDONMi-L. ODÜMKTÄR to,,
2 North La Salle St., Chlcagp.
•Send for Circular.
«HEUNiATISIVI AND COuT CURED
,, "" » <• »4 ay • cn.iD of oviilnooe
.!Uiry but makes stronger, that w»
«/. or radicul remedy lor Rlmuraatk
e put that evldem e w thin tlio rearl
•1 «ul mrmry and will,imt tn-ica. w<
■ but the fool w 11 turn to ti
, PS to 1 l,e 9><*à ndtvyg wo bring Û
In Jusihe tous, to jot, to you»
t!.« consummation of you»
1 a »ro atrtek' a down bt
go with us tor a few tnotneaû
* •' w l.u nave drank of th
1 re now 1 11 of tl.A jnj/qf luatft,.
fi Ise' r ' ,,ie * r 8* 'J experte
r
laim th ,
i" 'es. and I
•>ef'ore y
M^hllgl t.-rt hr.
î
'■»tin
•n •]
water
dy U
•J «J* MU'
tell to the
in
<-nt, and m ike Bo asacrii
. u y P ri 'l'«r inquiry (by letter or
»i truäl K ,,ro ^ *• ^ °°*toiB and found
- rmigt
o be ful
M
r gtmt «PM» an«*, u ll} ,
lB S«.. Brooklyn; n £.
■ti»m many trara oe
e«N«r! Be, amâksr» -
Milk.
Py
M
(.• «n
i>».
- B.. Broaklw
£«., Brook.ra—«»Mg, ,
Otr flak'
u
a li*/«? «***«*'
I, Broflklfb- ( aruut«
luiobrta*« 8t„ Brooklyn- Aeon.
Okruata
. —• 1» Bt., Brflokly*—AeoM tad Chnau
r» r B,ï "VP r, i t»M trtr4 flverytbln«.'
■r. tt« h Fork CHy—Cbrook» Rh. uma:
— *!i_ wyjg^aSggagss^,
D 'Ä%„,
•« »o»W
•DdKltooyl
Crmaa,
Äb-uioflU.Hj «.ver»;
Av., limy Oily
R Vriïr'fY' T—*—nz kst*T"*TTMh»iaflnikj
!
MEI>»VAl~
srw
Don't &il to try the Great
smedy, t'e CELEBRATED
H. H. H.
MEDICINE
A Friend in the Afflicted!
A8 A FAMILY REMEDY It ha«
«Wands lie.r te«t|mouy to U« great worth tor
of the folio * iug 1 1 If« a* a
KHEI'MATIHM, NKURALGIA, Dli'llTHE
RIA,
AND MACK, FROM' KD FKKT,STIFF JUfJNTh,
LAMKMESfi, FLXUUlHY, and for ilKeiknul
PAKALYMIH, PAINH IN THF. iF.aI»
% - « * ;i 1 JJ I
ÈOK INTERNAL USE )
rjkc'sti 1
haïra teaspOoBful in wAtrr. Never < for
'•»'•raw um. Every family should km-p It_
W4 ovlfttsa never-fallluir konxekoia remedy.
»«Meine Is aa tamillhls cur« lor
DlPIlTUEklA, if used akooiMlSk tu the fol
lowing directions: » - .
Naturale a wuslla or linea (doth and bind It
the IhrCMit for about thirty anlnutee, and puts
dry cloth aver it to preveui the evap««ration from
at worb the wiÄer thst passes o . tlien Lake a cloth
thick with pure ho<'s tardTsmi Kslml
Mrs
ry hour, which
I the pores, and
! « dexee
will abaur
no interna
gatlve medicine. Children sh«
more than ten minute«.
Tills has never been known to
directed.
tt&EL
FOR UORSL».
No tioraeuian should be without a bottle in
stable In ease of accident, as It Is «
the follow lug diseases «I Ute horse:
l'«e lor Bpralned Joint», Höre »honlders ait
Backs, Thrush In Feet, Bcraichcn, 8w«eii#v
Fistula, Poll Evil, Distemper, Curb, bi»li|||
?fc
BLOOD OH BONE 8PAVIN,
ÎMJ
King bone, AndjR&U wmov« »n «welling« and
wKWff'BniSia sr an ■
proved a sure cure. For
Epl/.ooLic and Distemper, use IVoei one lo te
tables noon fhU in a bu(ikei ol cold wsier, t< ,
their drluk ubeu waterlog, and bathe Ute thro.,
until it blisters, then nut a cloth
throat to kern U warm.
The above fnvaluabtt medleiH« lias gain« <i to
lUelf a fame to b* envle.l by hundred« AU ma
facturera of Crude Gil Liniments that lall to i
form
sort to man
p« r
Msonimendt-d to do and they
iy f*D»' recommendations to palm
Hie public. Th« H. If. H. Medlolm
'»prepared from the very beat essential „11« and
oUmw very «o-Uy arUrl««. «f whleb un. pound
eo»U as mue| ak ten pound» uf any
■y «t>*uy »fU.W k
I» put ln^dftmrM.J^ri,
32» of ffntmesos Jo,' a» all f
de oil that
and the proprl«-t-ir
!• tlse «mienI th u
Wi. protlt V^I Id,I II
llrnt-cîjLÏ
uwledge o f the dlttere
«Heine
between •
Inferior article, will
themselves to be humbugged.
I
CERTIFICATES:
A. A. Walton,of Huntingdon Valley. Monta
ery county. Pa., writes that lie h»«l s lain»-1
lor a great manv v« ar»: had »unt reu
fhctcure.
barn u«*1 Gerat <*n, Bewsaiem township,
county, I say» u b»» t..« n worth a tl
dollar* to him jn rating hts Khcntnaiisin.
For
U y ur
have hits
Infer!«
ark
a great d« al,
tom until It*
made a per
Huck»
loiibatiti
•I e h> <trnggl«a*and dealers every *
dealer dues nof happen lo hav. It in
gctltroryou. Don't
artlola.
where.
, slock
be put off with
I). Dodge Tomlinson,
PROPRIETOR and MANUFACTURER,
PhUadelphia, Pa.
89 Uauiethlng
thi* unprlla r*r Ti
lew eve-v month tn regard
q'HEPlBUC IS REQUESTED CAKE
, r l LI. i t • notice the new and euiurre ■
scheute to be drawn monthly. **
•»-OAl'lTAL 1'UIZK. f7AU00.-«,
ticket», only |6.
dhares lu
proportion.
Louisiana State Lottert Co.
"We do hereby certify that
— • .v ngemenu for all the Monthly and
Annual Drawing» of The Louisiana State Lottery
Company, and In person manage and control the
Drawing« themselves, and that the same are con
ducted with honesty, fairness, an«t in good raft!,
toward all parties, and we authocl
pan y t«
pcrvlsc tin
.v «11 v
the coui
. use this certificate, with fhe-slinleF. <0
signatures attached. In Its advertisements. "
Commissioners.
r incorpora wd ln 18B8 ior 26 year» by the Leei&la
t ^t r « C ». for and Duorltable purSotî»
with a capital of •1.000,005-to whleb » -
fund of over 3560.0M nas »Inet been added,
»verwüeluiing popular
wae made a part <*f the
adopted Decemlx r 2.1,
The only Lottery
by the people of any State.
It never scale» or n«
1Tb "«AM. SINGLE
tthe place monthly.
A SPLENDID DPPWRTUNITY Tn umm a
KO in i N R. EIGHTH GRAND PKA W Nil
< LASS H, AT - NKW OKI hvu tiim-iiIrv'
AUGUST Uth, 1888.—150tb M.mthiy DrBWtBftT '
By
'.itb tranehl»«
Itution
present Statt C
A. D., 187».
voted
Mtpones.
N ti M B ICR DBA WlNttH
and endo
(-apital Prize, $75,000.
100.00h I'lCKKTt# AT FIVE IXII.LA KS KAl'H
FRA Cl IONS, In FIFTHS in FROPORTi(LN H '
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
2 Prize» of
5 Prize» of
10 Prize» of
■ « 76,ono
. 2\IK*I
.. 10,041
6,006
2,000
l,ono
K
21) PrL
Of
more
20, (wo
»:,««
25, re
25,'«i
IOC- Prize- of
no
ÏJ0 Prize» of
WO Prize» of
L000 Prises of

so
$.
at
v>..
PHOXIMATtON UHIZH-S
• Approximation Prlxdl of $710,.
? " "
• $».780
4,5«
2 20
9
2 0
,967 Prises, amounting to,..
i28*. re
^Application for rates
For ra
— clubs should only t»e
the office of the com» «njr in K • wOrl* arm
rn rU '» r 'nfdrntatlnn writ* el «nrle, g| ! fnù
full address, bend orders by Express or Wall
add ret »ed only to * ««an.
at
M. A. DAUPHIN.
Orleans, L»,
Or, M. A. DAUPIIIV,
ashlngton8t., Washington,
n
i). a
J O. M'CORMICK,
8. E. SEVENTH AND JKFFKRlON ST«
—IHaler In—
GROCERIES
—AXD—
FL0ÜR ' YCQg ^^ s r ANO FRtTIT8 -
PROVISIONS.
Best grades of
IT AN AM AMER 6 B MO WM.
A Little Bargain fo> a
Hot Day.
1 inen Pantaloons for Men;
Brown,Duck and Blue Padded
Stripes down from $2.50 to
They are suggestive
of a variety of other equal bar
gains.
$1.2d.
tor
Wanamakeb & Brown.
Oak Hall, ftlxth and Market Street«
IflTT.AI^KM'HlA
1
for
It_
lor
fol
puts
from
cloth
Kslml
ttJUOTff />•»
To ('ash Buyers!
liHVo inaugurated
sw. eping reduction in all
classes of our Ready-made
Clothing. Determined to close
out our Spring and Summer
stock, we offer inducements to
our patrons such as they
not get at any other establish
ment in this city.
In our Merchant Tailoring
Department we are offering
superior styles of Foreign and
Domestic Suitings and I
erings at greatly reduce
prices. Suits to order as low
as $15 of All-wool Diagonals.
We have a superior cutter and
first-class workmen, and in all
cases guarantee a good fit.
New styles in light weight
suitings constantly being
ceived as fast as they come on
the market.
Me
a
and
ait
?fc
can
and

te
t< ,
to
r
rous
palm
and
that
th u
II
ark
al,
It*
per
r*
slock
with
Our large stock of Boys' and
Children's Ready-made Cloth
ing has been reduced to
a
price that must compel them
to move.
Now is your chance
lor good goods at low prices at

**
John II. Moore,
228 - MARKET sT.-228
1 rade Dollars Redeemed
the
con
at the Wilmington Clothing
House, Fourth and Market
streets. We will
Trade Dollars at j-mr value for
goods purchased ol us to the
amount of One Dollar and up
wards. Now is the time to
d'spose of them, and remember
we are offering Special Bar
gains in every department.
This will be an extra saving to
you and your chance to have
your I rade Dollars redeemed.
Do net wait for a better
tunity to save money.
Y'ours Truly,
Jno. W. Diefendorf & Co.
tin
v
receive
<0
"
oppor
a
'
GO ELSEWHERE
for your Clothing by all means If you think
you can do better, but If you regard your
own Interest come and
'
•e what we can do
lor you, and It niuy interest you to kqow
that owing to our stuail expenses we can and
do sell 30 per cent, less than
up town eelab
llshmeuta. Now for a lew items. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$. r ».00 will buy a good Working Suit, the
same that you would have to pay $ 6.«'>0 for
at the up-town establishments. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$«.00, will buy a neat Casslmere Suit, the
same that you would have to pay $10.00 for
at the up-town establishments. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$10.00 buys a fine Dross Suit, the
same that
you would have to pay $12.00 for at the up
town establishments. Our Clothing Is well
made and well trimmed. Satisfaction
auteed
guar
mouey refunded.
Star Clothing Hall,
120 MARKET STREET.
REPRINTED
from y
TMKCHOi.
Este
Hu.
The Deaths n
n tin.
a
deaths from choie . ,"7 ~~ 1 'ip r ,. w
S»«M.,...u™i uV, . . «.JS
• ou<l, 44 M Ctarbu'-i,."«.»Vi
C»lro and 2 « «Ihlceh •
The umnher ,,f 1,1111 v 'lla K ,.,' '
who.,« bm,, mîTl,,.,,,""'. '" M,m ->
the expen« ' of the Sr» 1
in*. Relief cornn,in,,.
Quarantine ha* | N .,.„ , i(
WPt, exceptât tin, Vi
luce of Fayoum, win r 1,1 the
the nqurttof 81rE.U,„i « !" a "">ii
Ounaui-Oeueral. n„. i ,l "' the l
eonnnlttee h 9l! dl M .,v u |
which euppllc* « ! ,llst >
City with drinking '
the native eemeterv win . .
WMhtug corpse«, I' 1 "« Us
all passengers ninMu'iuh'in"''
amination before h-avin ■ t- ' ,l ulo| i
The deaths from ch"| t 'r.™;Sl'
•Ml in Cairo and n. , u , "**!);%
surah, 17 at Samar >u ,l n" 1 '*,', 33 «
Chlbln, 22 a. tSi;
I'ainletln, If at Ziiu-i,, , a X
Wtal of 24 In alx villa' /
Cairo, July 22 Tf„.
victims of the cholera
to
■bit.
:"'Mi I
'**"< fu
1 tlirou
i 'tarier
Tiie
"Hi'if 111,1,1,
covered with only u f,. w i, , 1 *
The raioiater of the interinï h u*
terfere to cooipr-1 u sal. r i,/ l# *
bodies. y r inWrinent
The Cglro
Central News
cor r
' t M»"i><lcnt of the
ol' (tenths during Krl.|'«v «■»* î'' 1 "? 1 "
I hut the offlel.l H eur e, uJè^fn,"
mm,her or laialitl. K . Th,.
Alexandrin Im« been m r ™
Otises «I eholera arc r,„ r ,T r k
*{<«•*■» Vleloil.teh,.I «|,h„|t„ c,,
lerUay l„r luforninlhm |„
health of Lhe Brlllsh .. . ,
«Iveo an auswer that all , r ,.
... he to£fj
to
!
all
a
PR}
T1»e inhabitants of the
tlon of bulak have he, T
place ten utiles U|> the Nil.-, ul n] their
have been barued. The olHei.1, „
pari ment nl state
m ,,v e.l ic Helouan, a lew n,i|, 8 (u S
the Nile, where they u e cr,ranine,
2 lKht t,ty °' lai ' ' 8 .." Cairo
most iiifpctM
A Tornado ln Wltwonsi*
Milwaukee, Wih., ,j U |
th I ii lea go and N
caught in a tornado
miles south ol Grec
wrecked, lhe rai
aud drem-hed the
-A
I Kniiro
yesterday afters
n Hay, atnl
hue
poun d t iiroiiffh
.'***• tigers. The
»»n oue tall for a long distui.eeowint
force of t he w'ud, and trees f«*ll u«
trark, he ul- br.ike off like niue.iem,
Jarknes. »11» so (treat that III,-, n K | UKr
.liot HC out of th, cab. At kankaua
l>ulliilii(is were wrecked.
Ih and west.. Llibluinsl
lhe destruction id a private residua,
barn at Lie rows. Washuui, ou
'I he R to
over the
nearly all the railroads in this v
It is rumored that two
Trwni li e track and tin* p ;
injtfrejl by being thrown li
Mr«.. Grsec Faull
by the downfall of her Ik
struck by th»: tornado,
is reported to have bee
town near Dodgevllh*. Building*
blow n down In every direction aud
prostrated.
trains were
•IIKers
i their
killed at l>«ii
•*, which
nt her
id
n kill.-d
GOOD -NEWS FROM TEXAS.
n. of llunrj (
», under dale of A
Mk. Thom
F annin County, Te
1 KMX, writes as loll
A How
"1 have been suffering during crvenl
general bn
d hare tri
from
illness, und u
down of my physical system,
treu
î any d<
ol
fur and
, and travelled to the Hot Sj
und other mineral springe fa |
'dial qualitl«*», drinking the waten
bathing systematically in t heir healing de
but ail to
' ■:
'all,
aud ulthough Info
my ailments
kidney disease of u d.mg
could gl
1 slo • (lily tailed mb
od by my pliysiciaai
ere the ret
charartcr.l
nothing to
it*. Hurim
past two years my tufiirings at ti
dreadful, and 1 had the
pains iu the regions about the kidii
oxysius of which
ithpOtfllble for me to sleep. While iu thl
ploruhle and discouraged condition 1
Hundcd totr)' Hunt's Remedy, ami after a
less tliuu half a bottle my great « ticriup
itirely relieved,*
d longer tliau 1 had Id
hide.
.lid
to
paroxysms of pair
could Sleep better
yeurs before, aud although 1
third bottle
Iy uty Improvement b ve
markable, and I regret that 1 did uotku
the wonderful ourat've
Kcmeily before, as it would have saved
years of sufldYiug 1 heartily rec
all ufilictcd with any kidney direane
of Uto urinary orgaus.
L-l
■dm
•■HIT MY CASE EXACTLY"
ik in the hi|
Please allow
terms of "Hunt's Remedy,
exactly: 1 hud kidney
pretty bad. 1
edy. I took
a decided change at the first d *^e.
but les aud have felt like a n*>
Pleuse receive the sincere thanks el mp f ' f
the hcimtttH which I sought vainly for *
» «'l
hi
ary u»«
.mlcl Hum'sK
tcasji
Itwe
fourni only iu Hunt's 11
1 will eheerfit Iy give thin i<i
H uut'« Kuiiiudy to uiij- ono wlio »W»'
(UiaroMlMK ROHKK1' D. AHl'HSB.
Ml Llunuril street,
clj.
H. M'WHORTKR A CO.,
etall Dealers in
AURIOULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, I
SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC.,
STEAM ENUINE3.1i SEPARATOHj
I W KST J 1I1VT STREKT'.^WRj;,! 1 ^
E.
»11 Kindt ol
Wh lenal« and
Nr
J ANE A BODLRY CO..
GOLD MEDAL
AWARDMb
COTTON KXEOÖITI0N,
ATLANTA
—ON THBIR
Steam Engine <fc Saw Mil
K2 HtBITF.D AT ATLANTA IN 1S81 '
steam Kl»/* 1 *»'®' ^ L„t, and
g Rdgers. Lath Maçh »e . ,. u || e y(,
•Jilnery, shafting, Mills.
Gearing, Grist and Flour " MAC utn
t ten Don given U» PlaaUtion »
Man 11 Toe in
Mills, G
Spoke Ma« ;
Coup lings,
Spe. IhT a
e*V. Catalogue free.
Lane & Bodley
lohn and Water St«..
4 IFUf WN4- TI U

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