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Croisilles.
fur tlie Mod«™ Alfe.l
„ . , ( . a ,iy In tb.- relim of Loul. XV.,
One J»f. J , Cr dell la., the .on of a
iffUi »»- nauHilnif from P.Vto to hie
f 01 ' 1 '" 1 . iiftvn 1 He had b«m eucci-e»fOI
a 11 "' ; o which hie father hed an
ID for ' ,,,1 now the ple-tsure ofbear
.u nie him walk more gaily,
,n:,r o.. lieht« r step than was his wont.
' w nrh he had quit • a large sum of
For," Y.V„orkets. he was traveling on
poney in «• I jj c waR ft well disposed
Wt [ r ° m , * |. a( .| c of spirit, hilt bv Was
Pf'*!' uhldy-haailed that ha wa,
,0h< riuiV p - ,,,4r,l *'' l not '' x%ct, y l * rtun<J,n
inn
„ . With hie coat cart-lowly buttoned,
•T'.., .1er hi-arm. bl» lock* loading In
M» h *' I „ hilluwluif the hank of the
«k* 1 "' ' (Iminilntr, nomatlmn *lti»t
W,IIV I tit.- sun, «upping .t some
^iTkhdi and uIwhV» perf.rily happy In
i„ . tim« ilircuB« one ol ihalovellrat
V'-H.. Whether walklnK ateadlly
.'t.ini inir to roh the apple trees of
' " all the time manulactur
everyoue that la light
tillin' Ol a poet—and was try
,, „ tna.IrlKal upon » fair young
-T.„(hi. f.tv—no Iff« a pereon than the
, . , A hirmergeneral, Mademoiselle
„ the if .ri' ol HaTre, a rich and
K-oirifd I • ire«». It »" O"«/ by
*.,w thll CroWlle was received at M,
X«„•« ■: that I« to say, he had some
a ",.„1,1,1 there jewel, purchased from
"nher M. (h«lc*u, whose plebeian
,.Vhsrmoiilr.t d I» with the possession or
U««. fortune, sought to make up in
f nr tin- lowness of hi* birth, and on
rvtHta-io'i «liMplayed hlrnself enormously
* V< 'till U»** 1 v ri, ■ ,l was not IUttn to
,D ' "iil-miili'* »on the freedom of his
or - hut a.- Madcraotoelle Gorde.au had
Ej loveliest eyes in the world, a*Crol*IHek
W „t lind looking, sud as there is nothing
mie youth from falling
y girl, Crolsille* ad<»red
It seemed
of her, then
r v
j. u'f* :
tfr oDfl
ik»f*
jforOM'" , > ' ,U V
tv rltTi» 1 »
hesded 1* s'"'
ijj » romp"
allow » HO
vent a liunds
to pr«'
I« love wit!« a prt
JfiiJt-oinlst'lle G" r 'le«u, without,
■wakening her »Hirer. It was t
thinking during all the Journey to
lie never relleeted deeply upon
I
I
<i
Suit,I" I'll"' 1 '" 1 pondering upon the lu
«Buiountalili- obstacles which separated
•d, he was occupied only
for her baptismal name.
him from bis bel
Binding a rhvi ,
oiiu-lle (index ii was called Juliet and
m.- was n t difficult to find. It was
adrlgal and his
y
the rhy
with s lMp|>) heart, hi*
nomy in his po' kct, that Crolsilles stepped
bio fhe host at Iloiifleur, and when he
tied tin* opposite shore, be hasten* d to
%'e found tlie »hop closed; astonished and
fl f btm-.I, f*»r it was not a fete clay, he
oue came. He
He wert to a
a-k what ha«l happened, but
NWcring, the neighbor turned
Jwty his head a* if in* did not wish to re
eogn / * him. ( miniI les repeated Lis ques
tion»: hr learned that Ills father, who h;«d
lout' Ih'I'Ii embarrassed in hi- business, had
just failed,
Zoning t<* hi-* creditors all that he possessed.
luMt-uil ot realizing to the full ids minfor
tuue, Croi.-ill« h at first could think «-f noth -
ing but that lie might never again see his
(father. 1' Mvtin *1 r<> him incr< dtble that tie
ibouid find i.im-elf so unexpeçily Ucau Lai.
entrance into the
•le to understand that
He seated himself
• I, giving way to his grief,
P-'
« n v 11 in**»*;
kuock***i
ciiinl iii* father, but in vain.
neighbor a
to*t**a«l of
G li:ui fled to America, aban
I
hop, but lie wa
he d(M*r was m
IP° D a 8,0lie « 11,1
sept Imi te,u>, <1. al to the sympathy ol
niiii'l him, and constantly calling
for hla father; Mnuurh he knew that he was
i>l he aroM',atdiaracd of see
H-r about Llm, aud iu utter
I* way to the harbor.
rhed the pier, he walke I
I or ih like a man who cares
roes uor what may happtm.
illiout resources, without
I, It must (><■ con leased, without
Ion«-, waiiderlug by the shore ol
v*u> t* in pled to throw himself
At the very mo
dmiice L) his thought, he
< an elevation In the pier,
. nu.ned Jean, who had lived
nhisfiiuiliy lor many years, approached
l.d.
i 1
\t I
far nwav
-I
nh
WI..-I
lie
Hilly buck
Silber « lu*
In
Be taw hiniM-il
{friends
\
Uh.i .lie.
iilotne wati-r
Dent, nli* ti, in
tail turn. 1 low
ID <ll«l
him.
"Ob
!'' he cried, ''you
It a pi*-ued sin 2e 1 went
away. I» it possilil«? tiiat my father has left
me without
"He b.ih
*y f» 0
:
ning, without a far -well ?"
replied Jean, ''but not
»IU out.bidding you adieu."
At tlie h.
a lett.-r. ai
Crown»* r.
aud bet.ir«- •<
■ lim«- lie drew from his pocket
1 liamled it to his young master.
hl» father's writing,
iff »he letter, kissed it rap
outatned onlv a few words,
viiitr, it only intensified
grief. The old gold
till then honest ami respected, finding
ioim if ruiiu-il by an unlorseon misfortune
} , LH"krii|*t«-y (*f a business associate)
hs*l left lor his so
tnruudy, l.ui u
Instead o! r«
ly a few commonplace
. , and uo hope, except
' .l , *i | "l, uim-uhoning hope which, they
Is lia- la-1 ol all our blessings to take
ik flight,
, "tew, my fi j
»Ohio of u-i
•1," said Croisillee, after
" a ' inK r, i " 1 l 1 "' lt-itci, "you have rocked
»! cradle, ami y<
to the world win
; to-day the ouly oue
. eau have any love lor
i «s union unatv lor you; for, as true
y "'. ll, r Irom here, I shall throw
tlajj. M-a upon which his ship is
your eyes, not now, but
ruined."
lat. r, i„ r j
IVbat ilu uiu «ay ,oa will do!" replied
v,i a P!"' ur i ,| ff ii«»t to have understood, but
1 "'g I ri 'Miles by the skirt of his coat;
Yl l d ! , '>" 11 to do my dear master Î
al, "' r Wilis deceived, be expected«
*Hd cot come, and It was no
'"''.r- L'ould he remain here? I
. »ir, earning his fortune
> I served him; I have
" I building up his busi
tlie crow us come iu oue
liouest and able man, he
' "" liv dealt with. The last few
Gnu ii I SlUi Wit, ' l,im ' auii ^ the c * rowns
liihw l i M " ,ll,,|ll|{uawa y again. Your
enu, c i"y ""j "'J J 1 «" h ® coul<1 during
hi'cnuld* 16
B
trifling inn
t ..
h'ii' d hi
«uriüg the
•ttU ll 111 Ti .1.
yeu
toy out
ba» I«-,
days I
He Is a
at last his safe was
ot help saying to me as he
here there remained
'There were a hundred
liiere this morning.' That
P tot«! to a .1,
«•r
•y six Irani-.
tbuiliMUK
thlr- 1 ^ JI,Kru l» , t. , y, sir; about such Uealiug
( " n■ • di.slioiior."
,, 1 doubt
Crokillff.,
!""«• sdi'i i, 8 ;
lshoul,) |„
I In
®y mlher's honor," n-plled
mon* than I do his inisfor
do I doubt his affection: but
Would V 1 ?' ''ked to embrace him. What
mtory* i",' 1 ,,,u do? I am not fitted for
tomak ' ' 11
' hot the courage to commence
gain j. ®- v , ,ortu, ie. And even should I
look hi ;,j -'f. is already gone. If it
ihouM j \ arh to become rich, how Ion.
Rha'. r ii,' " l '.* n ' ,r ive this iobPÎ A much
he Hin t ;\"d will he live *o long? No,
grsvt I 1 aI . 1 <,tt ''*iot even go to find hi*
Iw ' HU J , »li> him ouly by dylug, too."
toorouiri.it W w b ,* ,i8 distress, Croisllle* was
Although his despair
thought, I ' 'f , V r death, he hesitated at tlie
their c U |,v . SU L , d°. the first words of
aim 011 I»« had beeu reeling upou
tUrn »-*l U ti . i ai1 » and now th ey both re
streetb a , ,i'Vi C âoou ^ey came to the
hand. ' 11 ic 8ea waa no longer near at
toe n, J .t' 1, co, dtnued Jean, * it seems to
tha- a '"an Is entitled to life, and
Mur t>i| ' 1 ."n l i U,,e l )roveB nothing*. Since
CaiJ You ti ; 'V' !? ot ,a ^ e tois own life, how
know,« ,| |( .' °* dying? Since all the city
toe Uioufrii» ** # VViiB no dishonor, what would
-dre iM.vt.pt". ï 2S ? ThRt y° U 30uid not eD ~
Dor ChriKii ' * ,afc would neither be brave
uv..*.'., °, r » alt '' r All, what is it that
»ere boin >'°u ? There are men who
father ami ^".° 1 r ' ttud who have lost both
people'. ,.i uot,ll ' r - I kuow, of course, that
Dotijii,., ; eu, ustaucea vary, but there is
do n L'i N u 8il,,e witb God. What would
^ )r 'i rii-i, , U<:h . a cas e? Your father was not
toe; ,i ' ar . , 1 r()m it, if you will forgive
toüboi,. VT. b,y 18 that ver y I* 0 * which
for tlie Ilk, ! 1 * , If y° u been here
y ° u ">ur!iir ( . ,U< v' tb that would have given
ke fuii.ed * t e .' ra y In aster, a man may
* JU! v "Ur Lti. ° UC i ih bale * r ,n bankruptcy;
tote", slthni, ;u r l 1 ? ttre 10 ^y* was a true
but Ü is m » 1 ,e e,t UB somewhat hastily.
America i ' Vtr y day that a ship sails for
to» r , an,i if, at ' ( - 0, np a uied him to the har
^ kow 80611 bla sadness.
üe directed ms to cars for you,and
i
to »nd hl® word of your welf.rel 8»r, It I«
unworthy of you, to think of throwing away
what 1« left. Each of us has hla time of
trial; I whh a soldier before I was a servant;
I HUtfcreu sorely, but I was young. I was
of,^toUr ace, Hr, at that time, and It seetm'd
to tnc that Providence could Hot have
spoken hit last w.»rd to a man of 25. Why
do you wish to prevent Hie good (}>, I from
repairing the e$li he has done you Y Leave
the time to him, and all will be well. Il I
might • be all wed to advise you, wait
bift two »!' three years, and 1 am
cure you will be happy. There are always
means ol leaving this world. Why will
you avail yourself of
merit!"
While Jean was endeavoring to pursuade
his master,the latter walked lu silence, look
Uuibü who are suffering often do,now
ou one side, now on the other, as If seeking
lor something to reconcile him to life. It
Chuucpd that Just tkeu Mademoiselle
Godt-aq, the farmer general's daughter,
passed bv wltli her governess. Her house
not tar away; Crolsilles saw her enter.
All the reasoning In the world could not
have had such ♦ ffect upou him as did this
encounter. I have said that he was a little
strange, and that he almost always yielded
to the Impulse of the moment—suddenly,
and with >ut a word of explanation he had
dropped his old servant's arm, and was
knockiug at the door of M. Godeau's house.
uupropilloue mo
ing,
ii.
While one attempts to picture to himself
to-day one of those men who used to
be called "dnauclers," he linaglues
mous cheat, short legs, an Immense gig, aod
a large face with triple chlu. And the pie
ture is not without reason. Everyone knows
what abuses farming the rAyal revenue gave
rise to, and It seems as If there were a law
of nature rcmlcrli g grosser than the rest of
men those who fatten both upon their
Idleness and upon the toll of others. M.
Godeau was the fattest of "financiers;"
Just at the time of which we are wilting he
was sutferlng from the gout, a disease as
fashionable lu those days as is 1 be headache
now. Reclining upon a long chair, with
eyes half closed, he w. s resting In the quiet
of his private room. The mirrors on
11 n I ;
every
side repeated majestically every part of hi*
euorrooua persou. Bag* of gold covered
the table; the furniture, panneling, d >or*,
locks, fire-place, ceffinir, all were pllded;
*o likewise wa* I* elothiup; ami,
It may be, also his brain,
calculating the result* of a little bu*i
nea* venture which could not fall to brln
him several thousand loul*. He condescende
to smile to himself when (Jrolsille* wa*
no timed and entered with
resolute air, and In the disorder which
mlpht be expected of a man Intent upon de
stroying ) traseiJ I. M. Godeau was a little
Hiirpriaed at this unexpei ted call; he sup
posed ibat his daughter had made some pur
chase, and this opinion was confirmed by
her fippearlop at almost tl e same time with
the young man. He motioned to Crolsilles,
not to be seated, but to speak. The youtip
lady placed herself
Crolsilles, still Atmiding, said:
''Sir, my father has just failed. The bank
ru >tiy of a business associate compelled him
to suspend payments, and bei up unable to
face disgrace he haa Hod to America, alter
ptvlnp up to his creditors his last sou. 1 was
away when all thi* happened. It is ouly two
hour siuce 1 reached home and learned
what had taken place. I ain absolutely
without resources and
It is very likely that when I leave your
house I shall throw myself into the sea.
No doubt 1 should have done so alieady had
not Just chanced to meet your daughter.
love her, sir, with all my heart. For
two vears I have loved her, and I have kept
»lient until now because of the reverence 1
feel for her. But iu makinp this confession
to you to-day, I am perfortniup an Impera
tive duty, ami I feel that I should be siu
nitip against God, if, before taking my own
life, I did
Mademoiselle Julie,
hope that you will prant my request, but
nevertheless it is a request that I
to make, for I am a pood ChrisUau. sir; and
when a pood Christian has reached such a
depree of misery that he caa no longer
cudure life, he oupht, in order to raiti
pale his eriuie, to at least exhaust every
chance before taklup the final step."
At the Commencement, ol this speech, M.
Godeau, supposing that the younp
e -rae to borrow money, had prudently
throwu his handkerchief over the bags ol
gold before him, as a preparation for a re
fusal which he meant should be polite, for
be bad always felt good will towards
Crolsilles' father. But when he had listened
to the end, and reulized the situation, he
had no doubt that the poor boy bad become
plctely mad. At first, he thought of
ringing aud having him shown the door.
But the boy's manner was so firm, and his
face so determined, that he felt pity for so
calm a madness, aud contented himself with
bidding his daughter retire, that she might
no longer be forced to listen to what was
improper for her to hear.
He was
an
humble but



upon the sofa, while
resolved to die.
ask your permission to wed
have not the least
bound
[To b
tin lied. ]
Don't Die In tlie House.
"Rough on Rats." Clears out rats,mice,
roaches, bed bugs, files, ai:ts„ mole.-, iMp
muuks, gophers. 15 cents.
SOLID FACTS.
Nothing Like Them to Cure Smart Peepla
of Their Soil
[ K xi- hangt-, J
A farmer came into a grocery store the
other day and exhibited to the eyes of au ad
miring crowd an enormous egg, about six
inches long, which he avowed to have been
laid by one of his own hens. He had It
packed iu cottou aud wouldn't allow any
one to handle it for ic-ar of breaking the
phenomenon. The grocerymau examined
it with the rest, and, intendiug to chaff the
country man, Raid:
"Pshaw ! I've something in the egg line
that will beat that."
"I'll bet you $5 you haven't!" said the
countryman, getting excited.
"Take it up," replied the grocery man,and
going behind the counter, he brought out a
wire egg-beater. "There'ssomething iu the
egg line that will beat it, I guess," said he,
reaching out for the stokes.
"Hold on there," said the farmer, "let's
see you beat it," aud ho handed it to the
grocer.
The latter held out his hand for it, but
dropped it in surprise ou the counter, where
it broke two «»up plat«-* and a platter. It
_of solid Iron, painted white.
"Some iolks think they're darnation
cute," murmured the farmer, as he pocketed
the stakes and lit ont, "but, 'taint no -
buckin' against the solid tacts."
* Among tho most off!"acinus of remedial
agents are the medical preparations from the
abratory of Mrs. Lyilia E. Fiukham, Lynn,
Mass.
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Dealkkh in Dry Goods Exclusively,
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Ask the most eminent physician
Of any school, what ia the best thing in
the world for quieting and allaying all irri
tations of the uervcH and curing all form*
of nervous complaints, giving natural
childlike refre shing sleep always Î
Aud they.will toll you unhesitatingly
"Some form of Hope 1"
CHAPTER i
Ask any of all the most eminent physi
clans:
What Is the best and only remedy that
cau be relied on to cure all diseases of the
kidneys and urinary organs; such as-Bright's
disease, diabetes, retention or inability to
retain urine, and all the diseases and ail
ments peculiar to Women"—
And they will tell you explicity and em
phatically "Buchu."
Ask the same physicians
"What is the most reliable and surest
cure for all liver diseases
dyspepsia; cou
sllpatlon, indigt-stion, billiousncHN, malarial
fever, ague, Ac ," and they will tell you .
Mund rake ! or Dandelion J"
Hence, When these reme
with othorfi equally valuable
And compounded Into Hop Bitten, auoh a
CCoaoluded neat week» a
dies are oomblued
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» J11'A riON, M IIHTITUTIOV orWftl
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Buy and sell blocks and bonds on commission.
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iNCOBPORATXD JANUARY *<TH, 1881.
deposits from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m.
Tuesday and Saturday evenings
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
■test larly made In April and October. When
flvld.-iids are not withdrawn they are accounted
*» deposits. Thus permanent deposits compound
• heir Interest twice In each year.
MANAGERS:
Open to reed
and
Clement B. rtinyth,
i.harle» W. Howland,
Nathaniel K. Henson,
Henry F. Dure,
W. Hastings,
Edward i'uaey.
Georgs W. Bush,
George B. t spelle,
M. L.'Lichtenstein,
Edward Darlington,
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William H. Bwlft,
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K. B. GAP ELLE. /Ice President,
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Only offlo« in the city connected with Telephone
Exchange by two Wfres, two transmitters and
Indicators. m2S-tf
two
JpOR NEW- YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
-SAIL FROM—
mg Street Wharf, Pier 15, East River,
Wilmington,Del., New York,
Tuesday, Thursday, Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, 2 p. m. Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried as low as by any other line
New York and Eastern cities.
E. AN DREWS, Agent.
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Caution !
TO TH * "t»|JBLiC.
1 would caution t ko 'adle* of Wilmington and
vicinity to now ce particularly that tea
GENUINE
BURTS SHOE
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Haa tfaa name
c B (/$
MAKER
L NEW YORK j
TAMPED IK FULL
on lining of
«4CH SHOE THUS:
yew yos^
And are warranted to give satisfaction.
A Iso on the
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BOTTOM OF EACH BHOB
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304 MARKET ST.. WILIIKGTON.
IB TH* ONLY AUTHORIZED AGENT Ft>
THE BALE OF MY GOOD» 1*
WILMINGTON, DEL.
EDWIN C. BURT
NEW YORK.
-Als* a*ant for Bart A Pankarfl'sflnashoe»
REPAIRING NEATLY D0*E.
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THE ATTENTION OF
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PIANO
—AND—
ORGAN
NEW, LARGE and ELEGANT
Buyers to
stock. Just opened. We offer the finest assort
of Instruments lo be found in the city, at
the most tempting prices. Persons wishing to
purchase will find It greatly to their interest to
give us a call. We Ukt- pleasure In showing
astruments, and in giving attention to all.
whether they wlßh to
D. S. Johnston & Co.,
46 and 4H West Fifth St
FOUNTAIN SQUARVt
J^INDEMAN PIANOS
A 7-octave Stein way 8qu*re.
A 7-octave Chase Square.
Haines Upright, and a fine 7% oct at
$175. at
LINDEMAN BROS.
171 & 173 W Fourth St.
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PENSIONS TOALt
then, mother«, b*oth«n and sister*ar«
I pension«. Pension« procured where <Jlv
kvL New discharges obtained. Ron
► - Pgwwna far ail deserters.
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Increased
DRY O00 08.
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THE BEST PLACE TO BUY DRY GOODS.
Strawbridge & < lothier's,
EIGHTH A FILBERT
EIGHTH A MARKET
PHtLADELHHIA.
LIQUOR IßEALElU».
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
OPPOSITE THK PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT,
Wilmington, Delaware.
Tills hotel is a
furnished in a
building, entirely newly
«legant style and offers
American and G rinan comforts. KefreshmenU
and eatabl«» first-class at fair prices.
HENRY BLOUTH,
leSl
Proprietor.
gPECHT & SPAHN
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
—AND—
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
corner Fifth and Dupont street's,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
49*0rders by mall promptly filled.
Families supplied with bottled beer; pint
bottles fi' cents a dozen.
A share of your patronage is
lted.
ipectfull y sollc
|el2-l-l7
JOHN F. DOLAN,
NO. 6 WEST THIRD ST.
—Dealer In Choice -
WINES, LIQUOR8 AND CIGARS.
Oysters In every style. Berved
notice. DOLAN'S,
Jy6-tf No.fi West Third Btreet.
shortest
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
BONDED WAREHOUSE» pure ry*
whiskies from the follow!n* celebrated dis
tilleries
A. Overholt A CO., January 1879 and J
A. Guckenhelwer A Bro., May 1879.
John Gibson, Son A Co.,May 1879 and June 18s0.
a mal» Distill lag Co., August 1879.
erwood, Nov ein her 1879 and Jane 1880.
IH80
Neverslnk (Reading, Pa.,) February, 1800.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
The above a.>jds will be sold either in bond or
tax paid at the lowest market rates. HsmpLs
may be seen at this store.
NO. 103.MARKET BTREET.
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FKANCIM KELLY A C»l
I ^RANGE GROVE
PURE RŸE WHISKY.
—I II »ACT—
HEBT
WHIHKY EXTAN'»'.
AND B T HVf
THE PUREST. RIG
By the galion
bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY,
Uniform In quality •
Rich and delicate in flavor.
Absolu teiypure rye.
A sure and safe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
8. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE ST8.
jjovA-iy-8»
TOHN P. DONAHOE.
M -BOTTLER OF
AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MABHEY
A OO.'B FHILADKLI'HIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Ue.ebrated Bartholomay Roche
unequalled lor i
Beer.
Î urlty and
.egs or
Minerai waters In all
the different flavors.
Che brewings
flavor; constantly
bottled.
b i7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
1 accommodating drivers. Orders
attended to.
Exchange.
e is also connec
<1 his signal
myl-Ii
promptly ;
the Telepl
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( BEFORE - AND - AFTER 1
Electric Appliance, a» lent on 33 Day.' Trial.
TO MCN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
■vttho are suffering from Nsavous Debility,
W Lost VitalittTlace of Nerve Force amd
Vtuob, Wastino Weaknesses, and all those diseases
of a Personal Nature resulting from Abvses and
Other Causes. Speedy reiief and complete resto
ration of Health, ViooR and Manhood (; uabaktekd.
The ««ndest discovery of the Nineteenth Centtiry.
for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
Send at
VOaAlB 1EIT C0», i»A«$HAU, WUHH.
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
J. A. CONNER,
Reliable Harness and Trunk Manufacturer, baa
removed to his new store,
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
where you will find the largest assortment ol
Harness. Trunks, Bags, etc.. In the city. Ladies
and gentlemen's pocket books and ladles shopping
bags sold at reasonable prices. Prompt attention
nsld to repalrlne trunks and traveling bag«
BALL'8
'Health Corset
Is Increasing in
larlty every day. as
find It the MOST
FORT ABLE and PER
FECT FITTING corset
Merchants
ves the be*t sat
of any corset
COM.
ever worn.
t hey evei
Warranted satisfactory
rr money refunded
- TOB SAL* ONLT BV—
R. L. RUSSELL,
• Marke tltreet
MTH CELLANEO UB.
BIGGEST CUT-DOWN YET!
Any ot These Suits, $6.
!
No. 5,444, $15 ; now $fl
No. 5.408, $14 ;
No. 5,214, $14; now $6.
No. 5,404, $14 ;
No. 5 824, $14; now $6.
No. 5,804, $14 ; now $0.
No. 5,852, $11 ; now $6.
No. f',782, $10 ;
No. 5,188, $ 9; now $0.
No. 5,480, $ U ; now $6.
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A. C. Yates dc Co.
Chttt&ut and Sixth,
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PBILADA.
OKRPKHATX CLOTHING MAN.
HAPPY CL'HTOMER.
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COM Y
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. OOR. SECOND AND KING STREETS :
-ICE HQU8E AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE_
Branch Offlce and Depot, Fourth and Poplar sts, and No. 200 West Eighth si.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE .
4« cents per week 1 ifl pounds dally.
|0 *• •* •« I jo •• » .
pounds dally.
84 cents per
12
fi.uft *•
30 POUNDS «NDOVER AT THE KATE OF 00 CTS. PER 100 POUNDS.
incivility on the part of the driver should be made known at the offle
I »w I vu I r- . .^eprompf attention. We keep constantly on hand a CHOICE bELECTit >
wagoiï *1 D*he*uHcd C M, ° 81 P°J >u * mr ln * ,,ea * which we deliver In cellars free of charge, where sho i
The least neg
once, and It will
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DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD !
tne interview with Dr. Hartley does not accomplish more for your Head and Throat than all
the advertised nostrums used fora liletime, you pav nothing tor It. Hundreds ot persons
in this olty are pleased to testify to the skill and success o f Dr. Hartley, but pre
fer not to have their names and ailments paraded in a publio newspaper.
If
THE SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT OF CATARRH
Passages from the Life of the Most Eminent Speelallst In that Line.
Dr.Hartley. of Philadelphia, Is probably the highest living authority upon Catarrhal disorder
and Its concomitants, and It is proper to make some reference to the causes which have Iod to
J 1 *®*" •"^lng so gTeat a reputation. Dr. Hartley first came before the public a« a practitioner in
1848 In New York. In 1850 ho settled In Philadelphia, where ne has ever since remained. During
the whole of his lengthy career he has made a special study of Catarrh and throat and oar allec
tions, and some of the most remarkable cures on record are credited to him. lu 18ôl he cured
President t illmore of a severe Catarrhal affection, and the case occasioned much favorable com
ment in the newspapers of the day. He also treated successfully the Rev. Dr. Dorner of Wash
ington Rev. Dr. lay, also of Washington, ex-Attorney General Williams, and many other dis
tinguished men. Among those he has success! illy treated in Philadelphia and vicinity i
R Kayre,. 1407 Chestnut Btreet; Gen. Charles L, Leiper, Frankford; Joseph Schofield, Full!
of Schuylkill and many others. Dr. Hartley Is a man ot science aud great original talent, aud
his methods of treatment have a philosophical and physiologically sound basis. Unlike other
ractitioners he uses only gold and silver instruments, which render the transmission ol disease
patient to another an impossibility. His remedies are simple, safe aud wholly painlose
and never fail to give relief, and In the vast majority of oases a permanent cure. He exacts no
exorbitant fees in advance, and always treats his patients as a thorough physlciHn,as a gentleman
and a man of honor. Hence it is that he Is so highly esteemed here and all through the country
His practice long ago reached immense proportions: tor one patient cured always senus many
moreto him for treatment. His office at 243South Eighth street is the rendezvous ol suttcrera
from all parts of the country, and none ever go there without afterwards blcsstog the impulse or
cause which led them so to do. Dr. Hartley is indeed one of the benefactors of the age a .d his
name will long be held in grateful remembrance by those whom he has henefitted. '
Among the list of ehronic diseases which affect the human frame, Catarrh is the most prov l
lent, most offensive, most productive of disoomfort, and most liable to a variety of dangerous a «I
distressing complications.
Thousands are annually hastening to a premature grave from Its pernicious effects. anC
no doubt thousands are at this moment slowly perishing under its fatal influence, ignorant of
the cause of their declining health. It was, in fact, the destructive influence of this dire «-*«
and its alarming prevalence that first attracted the writer's attention, and it is with pardc> u
pride that he refers to the fact of having been the first physician who made this disease a «p« •
study and originated asystem of treatment calculated to effect a radical and permanent eu» ..
Mr
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OFFENSIVE DISCHAROES FROM THE HEAD.
Catarrh manifest? itself by a discharge from the head varying its nature in different cases
and oven in the same individual at different times. It may be a thin, colorless, acrid flui«' -a
glary, starch-like substance; generally, however, it is a thick, purulent or mut-o-purulent
cither a greenish yellow or of deep green tint, occasionally streaked or flecked with blood.
copious and offensive is the discharge in many casos that the patient feels as though the whole
head was in a state of corruption.
HAWKING.
Much of the discharge passes backward Into the throat, or collects as a tough, viscid plilogm
behind und above the soft palate, in the passage between the throat and the head, creating»
constant and Almost irresistible desire to obtain relief by -'Hawking," a practice characteristic or
Catarrh, and as embarrassing to the one affecte«! as it is disagreeable to those around. Often
phlegm is so tenacious that the most persistent and exhaustive efforts fail to dislodge it
until some food orstimulunt is swallowed.
Again the offensive matter deposits itself In the nasal cavities in the shape of dry,hard crusts
whioh, in some cjises, accumulates to such an extent as to form a regular plug,obstructing breath
ing and producing serious discomfort. This condition Is indicatlveoi ulceration, which, in time
may destroy the bony structuie of the nose and produo- its subsequent flattening. '
the
OFFENSIVE BREATH.
The breath is always tainted, and sometimes is so revoltingly offensive as to render the suf
ferer an object of disgust to himself as well as others, and coses are occoslonally mot with iu
which tlie stench Is really overpowering, and sufficiently Tetid to poison the atmosphere of a
whole room Thus a person alleeteu with Catarrh lives continually in an impure atmosphere
of his own surrounding, and Inhales a poisonous effluvia with every breath.
OTHER DISCOMFORTS.
In many cases the nose is stopped up. sometimes on one side, sometimes on the other, nun
often on both, giving rise to a disagreeable "stuffy" sensation in the head, accompanied by occa
sional violent and prolonged paroxysms of enee?lng. Aga'n, a distressing feeling of fullness or
compression is experienced above or between the eyes, or pain manifests itself in the face, lorn
head or temples, or on the top or back of the head, sometimes of sd severe a character that it is
taken for neuralgia. The sense of smell is generally blunted or entirely lost and taste may bo
come similarly ahected. The voice is husky or of a nasal character, while oftentimes there is u
continual hoarseness accompanied by more or less cough, excessive debility and emaciation, in
deed, in some instances, the loss of flesh is so considerable ami progressive as to suggest the
istonceof tubercular disease, and not a few oases of Uutarrh that have coine under my notice have
been regarded as Consumption aud so treuted by unwary or inexperienced practitioners.
DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD,
of the most frequent causes of deafness. Scarcely any
disease for any length of time retains a normal acuteness of the hearing power. With someth«,
hearing suffers at first only bv spellB, while in others the hearing grows indistinct without the
appearance of premonitory symptoms, the dcafm ss increasing gradually until the useful hearing
is lost. Noises In the head of every conceivable description often add materially to the existin
d istress.
Catarrh Is
afflicted with this
DEVELOPMENT OF CONSUMP1TON.
As the disease fastens itself upon Its victim, one after another of the vital powers give away.
The patient loses flesh and strength; he is languid, unable to perform mental or phy sical labor
with the usual facility; isd- pressed in spirits and Inclined to drowsiness and sleep, the memory
Is weakened, aud its permanent impairment seriously threatened.
The mucous membrane becomes morbidly sensitive, and iu spite of the utmost
affected from the slightest causes, so that at last even a breath of wiu«l unou t-.e lining of the
nose or throat becomes productive of cold, and gives rise to a serious dUturoanoc ot tlie respir
atory orgons. The patient is subject to frequent and repeated cold-, each one aggravating the
disease by giving it a new impulse, aud attacking a larger extent of surface thun its predecessot.
In this manner tlie Catarrh sp eads from organ to organ until it finally readies the lungs aud
produces Consumption. It would indeed be a blessing to humanity If every one would learn and
remember the lesson that experience teaches us daily ; That to mkolkot thk pkoi-ku trkat
ment 0 » Cat Akku is to oue with Consumption.
\ becomoa
DR HARTLEY'S
Office and Residence, 243 South Eighth Street, Phila., Pa.
Hours—From
i. in., to5p.
i., and 6t I Sp. m,
invl9-lm
JOHN M EALfi Y.
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMING1 ON, DEL.'
Sole Agent for State of Delaware tor
WERNEK & CO.'S
Champagne i n e
PRICE LIST.
Per Case 12 Qts.
24 Pi 8.
$7.00
$8.01:
do
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Cases
10 Cases
25 Cases
- 5 per cent.
• 10 per cent.
- 15 per cent.
IMPORTED
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IMPORTED AND KEY WEST GIG \RS
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
I )iamond O Whisky.
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