REPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY
THE MARKST 8TRMCT BH1DUB.
illdR Opened by the l evy Court end
Luid Over Until Next Week.
To ke?p track of the Bridge Committee of
the Levy Court iu the various mutt«
Market street bridge is a
all who have beeu
tive to the ne
■very tedious matter,
■watch! U# ita deliberation» w ill attest. The
coinmlitee met iu the Levy Court room and
opened the revised bids lor lL
as submitted by the Edgenmor Iron Com
party and the Delaware Bridge Company of
New York, this morning.
These last bids wer » ordered at the last
meeting of the committee held ou July 10th, '
aud substiiuted irou stringers instead of
wood and al»o called for piling to be eight
inches at the small end instead ol 12 'inches
at the cut off.
The two original bidders submitted their
bid* which were opened by Colonel Febiger.
The Delaware Biidge* Coutpauy specified
that they would build a bridge aci-ordiug to
specification with an estimated weigtd of
«75,000, wdh a carrying capacity, rolling
weight, of 2,400 pounds to the square foot,
lor $48 95S.36.
The Edgeinoor Iron Company offered to
do tt e »arm work for $40,670.
The bids after being earelully examined
were allowed to lay ov«-r uuiil the meeting
of t evy Court on Tu sday next, when the
troublc&me matter will be finally disposed
Those bids have been altered aud amended
aud revised until they embrace every point
that could possibly be thought of.
The first bid oflered bv the Delaware
Bridge « otnpany named $43,11)0
of the bridge, with wooden stringers, and a
carrying power of 2,000 pouuds to the
square foot. In this the bid did not agree
with the specifications.
Irou Company bid, lor ihe same work $46,
100, or $5000 mote. It was then decided by
the com ni ttee to have iron stringers, aud
uew bids were asked for, with the result as
A peculiar fact about the building is that
the Edge Moor Company bid lor the
work, with wooden stringers, $5,000 more
than the Delaware BriJge Company, and
only increased their figures $1,100 for iron
For the sub-structure the Edge Moor
Compauy names $22,116, and for the super
• $27,576,while the Delaware Brid e
Company fixes the sub-structure at $23,
758.35 and the super structure at*$24,W05,
ai d $200 additional for painting the bridge.
The Delaware Bridge Compauy agree to
have the work done in 80 days, the Edge
*e to have the bridge in
ditiou that travel will only be iu
ith for about
The Edge M«
•h a c
agree to have the
done in about lour mouths.
•mainder of the work
A KUM-CRAZED VICTIM.
Front of a Freight
Train Itec.auae He Woubln't be Dared.
About 10 o'clock laêt night a man very
much under the influence ol liquor w
to run and deliberately lay himself down in
front of an approaching freight train
WateT between King and French streets. A
railroad employe with some difficulty
ceeded in dragging the mau from the track
just in time to save him. Officer Vickers
happened along and took charge of the man
and conducted him to the Uull. At the
bearings this morning he gave his
Thomas Aikins and hie resi
dence as New York, and said in unswer to
a question of the Judge, that he was ou his
w y to Washington, where he pi op wed en
tenug the oldters' Home, lie said thut he
old soldier and was suffering Iront
erysipelas, the result of an old w«*uud and
that when he laid down iu front of the
ith the intention of
doing himself bodily harm but to satisty a
pauiou wiio hud oared him to do it.
Ills clothing were in a very dilapidated con
dition. Officer Vickers testified that the
man said while ou his way to the hall last,
night that "he was tired of liviug
and wanted to die." Alter healing
>f the officer and
the statement of the prisoner, Jmlgc (
uius imposed a fine ol 5U cents and costs.
John Fetersoii and Thomas Washingc
were also fined 5U cents aud costs each at
the same sitting of the court, both being
charged with being drunk.
freight train il w
"Wells' Health Reuewer'' restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1.
v A Vary Ugly Guo*
A charming young lady of Brooklyn
relating some ol the iroubh s she had had in
the night The uhonl which had walked
into her room looked something like alob
*r and s<
•inhered that she had enjoyed a very
good supper of lobster salad. When asked
how it was that she was able to be out of
laid in th«: morning, she remarked that she
always kept a bottle ol PERRY Davis's Fain
Killer in her room, and tha** two moderate
efficient remedy had
doses ol this m
driven the ghost
of St rawbrulf/e <£■
Clothier'» Quarterly, just out, is a spietidid
number; every page it> of interest to the
A Splendid Ni
The summer iss
New fancy work
d decorate the
bow to ad«
.t fa* liions iu every depart
t of dry g<M*db fully illustrated. Price,
■; a pretty piece <*t
idge «V Clothier, Phila
•ml to Straw
Misses Mcllroy and Mcllhanuey of Phila
visiting Ail&s Cii
I- -i >.
John R. .Via
, the well kuo
•J street, wi 1 start in a
î for But!«' City, Montana, to visit
iio has perma
t liât place and w ho In* ha*
ot >e« n for about
25 years. He wi.i be gone about iw
<1 during his trip will visit the great
c*ott« T l
I iit**rpricing Local .%gei
L-Kirte an*i grocer» pre
n article that h
A'idr« si* Hut
live (Ju., 72 Kilby sliiai, iiustuu.
r«*«—Minute Headache i
fonder ot the
mlgla, or any acute pain «•
>y hundreds ol
Baltimore's best citixe
plication, and < nly co
. Suld by all
try stores. W. H. Read,
d Light streets, Hulti
mure, ftJ«l. sent by mail
»prletor of Read's G
tue Quest uologue iu the world.
• with gentle hand,
the earth will stand,
Hut vanish iu
Thousands say it « a pri
When headache racks
the throbbing brain
light o, busy
So easy th
free the p
No <l«,se is given; no
dll. or bt.n luged brow.
aptures ol It now.
No doe to
durs ui the ago.
Head's 3-Minute no
Rea«l's 3-Mlnute Headache ô» Ne
. lg la G
Road's 3-Ml)iute iieuduche A NuuralgiaG
Head's 3-Minute Headache a. Neuralgia ( '
Kea«t's 3-Minute Headache fe Neuralgia G
Oui y 26 cents,
Only 25 cents,
only 26 cents.
Only 26 cents,
This is the wonder oi the nineteenth century
This Is the wonder of the nineteen lit century
■ Ilea duc h
five for 01 .
five for #1.
five for $1.
T*blc With the Lateat
TRAINS LEAVE WIIJMUNOTON FOB
Phila.— 2.00*. 2.23*. 0.»>, 0.40, T.OO, 7.60. 8.10t
H.16, 9.00, 9.39, 9.68, 10.20, 10.30,11.68 a. in 12.00f,
12.16, 12.38, » 64. 2.80, 4.00, 6.17*, 6.80t,
0.38*, 0.66, 7.26, 7 80», 9.66» p. in.
New Yowr—2.00*, 2.2»*, 0.80,9.58, 11.63 a. m
12.38, 1.64, 5.17*, 0.38*, 7.26 p. m.
Baltimore--!. o6*. 1.42*, 4,5l*,8.06*. 9.17*, a.
in. 12.27, 1.U0. 1.00. 6.00, 0.00, 0.57, 11.04* p..m.
W ABHiwroN—1.42*. 4.51*, 8.06*, 8.17' a.
1.00, 1.0», 6.«O,0.57,n.<>4* p. m.
HaLTIMoKK AMD lrt'KKMXUtATK STATIOW»—
1.06*.y,i7 a. tu. l.oo, h.oo.ö.oop m.
♦Tmins running both dally and Sunday,
t Trains runulug only on Bund«/.
i. ui. No Sunday Uüids.
•For New Castle uaily.
fF'or Harrington and intermediate itatloue
t Express for Delmar.
Wilmington Northern Kailhoad— 7 oq a. m
1.06, 5.06,0.86 p. m. Bundays, 7 /ju a. m. and
ÜVLAWARS ÄMTERN RaILP.OATV-7.06 Ml
m. 6.3U p. m. Sunday trains 10 3h, a.
0 00 p.m.
I KA1NS AHKl V Bat WILMINGTON FROM
Phila— 12.46, l.uu, 1.32*, 4.47*, 7.45. 8.02», 9.12,
9.46,10.10t 11.86 a. in. 12.22. 12 60, 1U7. 2 80t,
2.60, 3.66, 4.30, 4.66, 5.35, 6.63, 0 20. 0.48, 7.36,7 60f.
9.60, 10.38. It.68 p. m.
Nkw York— 1.32*, 4.47*,8.02f, 9.12 a. in. 12.60
1.07,4.66,0.48», 10.68 p.m.
Baltimore— 1.61 , 2.13*, 9.34, w.64,11.43 a.
12.30, 1.61, 6.11 ,0.30 . 7.24, 9.49* p.m.
Washington— 1.51», 2.13, 11.43 a. m. 12.80,
1.61, 6.11 *, 0.30*, 7.24, 9.49 p. m.
* Both dally and san.iay,
t On Sunday only.
Dklawark Railroad— 8.6; 9 60. 10.16 a. m
2.05, 6.U5*. 0.60 p. iu. No Sunday trains.
• Jr Tom New Uastie oui jr.
Wilmington a Northkrn Railroad— 9.62
. 0.42 p. in. Sunday, iu.80 and
8.40, 11.36 a.
Dklawakm Wnhtekn Railroad— 8.00 a.
i. Sunday trains 9.1u a. '
TRAINS LEAVE FUR WILMINGTON
Hkoad Strnnt Dur* î-* —
12.30*.3.56*, 0,30, 7.2U«,8.0U, 8.21,8.36t. 10.10,11.30,
j.u6, 184.108.40.206, 6.U6f. 0.80, ».30*, 9.30, 10.00. 11.32
Pm la i 'iu.ru i a N
.32f, 3.10. 4.02, 4.26,
Nkw Oast lb— 8.38, V.36, lu.ttt, 11.40 a.
.40, 0.36 p. Ul.
* Traîne running both dally and Sunday.
tlTatns running only
A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
and way stations at 7.48 a. m.. returning leave
Newark at 8.26 a. tn. lor Wilmington and way
The Black figure« denote the Limite«!
I hoir Arrival a»d Departure, Taking
F fleet July let, 1K83.
The Post Office In this city will be open dally,
except Sunday , lnun ö.3u u. in to 9 p.
vale boxes are accet-toble until 11 p.
Sundays open from 8.30 to 9 3-< a. in. Private
:e.-»ible from 6 to 8 p. m. The whole
stump window will close at 6.3U p m The
money order office will close ut 6 p. m.
CLO.tK Ab FOLLOWS :
Wilmingtou bt N«
hern Railroad to Reading
lie Haiti mo
soutt) of Chad ci'« Ford, 7.40 a. iu.
iqiiladeiphia closed pou h, h.30 a. m.
i'iiiludeli«hia and wayiuail, 9 am.
New York, Pennsylvania and points east and
Delaware Western Ru 11 road to Landenburg
Philadelphia, New York city. Pennsylv
«I N«;w Jersey. 11.6o a. m
Philadelphia, New York and ail jKjints e
ul west, 1.3<i p. in.
Philadelphia, New York
■iiul west, 4.40 p. ui.
Philadelphia and New
l all points east
pouches, 9.35 p ill.
west of Ijuncaste**, and all
points west aud soulhwc
th, east, west und southwest, 1
All Louitiunu is sent west except New Orleans
Baltimore and way mail. 7.40 a. m.
V. aahlngton and all points south, 7 40 a. m.
Ail pomls ou the Pc
Sui plimcntary mail for the Peuiu.-ula. 9 a in.
Baltimore, Washington aud ail points south,
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elktou aud
Central,between Port De
posit, and Chadd 's Ford. 12.30p.m.
Baltimore ai d Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
orth of Harrington, including
: City and St. George s, 6.60 p
aud uil points south
ire. closed p
Northern Railroad 0.3
York, Philadelphia, Washington
York and points
nd ail other pol
, ti 3U p. m.
I ,:: nla«lelph*a, N
t west, 8 3U
way mail from Philadelphia. 8.30 a. tn.
From Peuiusula und all north ol Harrington
9.16 a. in.
and way mull, 9.60 a. m.
Baltimore, 12,30 p in
Peninsula mail, 12.30 p. in.
Phlludelphia, New York
Baltimore, Washington und points
. 1.20 p. in.
From Delaware Western Railroad. 2.2** p.
From Philadelphia, N
York aud points
east, 6.40 p. tn.
follows : 0.30 n.tn . , gen
partial ; i.3u p. in., general :
lu u. in.
ist, 6.,u p.
street boxes arc made by tin
., 1.30 and
An additional collection will be
from ad boxes be
Lombard and Wate
On humbiy a full collection will be
made at i .Oo p.m. Loc i I letters for carriers
del very should be deposited in Post Office
minutes before the ho
and lu a.
and Thirtettlith s.rec
W . Y B Wit Hi El
BRADLEY. On the22m
e 7a »1 v
1C« 1;« Iv
rk ; ■
M. r. « h
INVERT A ii ERA.
8 W. COR. TENTH «St MARKET, 8T8.,
L. HARRY ,f(
017 Jefferson st.
sei »29-, a wf-lv-N
G. T. BARNHILL,
BiA and Tatual
i RGt ASSIGN AL LARDS.
JOHN C. COLE,
I ARY PUBLIC, AN DJUBTJC'E OF THE
No. 101 W«
f th street. Tele
j )Kt* .i. N. .tt J. B. ROBENSACK,
t* '1 -.V1 tli tue etlectsOf 8KLF-ABUSE
U -I. v . A .i. B. HOHFNHAOK of BW N.
»t'*et. fhlladelphts, either hy mail
during the h«mrs of 8 a.
to 2 p.
Advice free. Whosoever s
>n aud the way
"WISDOM IN A NUT-SHELL.**
recelpl of three-cenCstamp.
t *h k 11 read
$200 A YEAR
CAN BE SAVED
In the Living Exp uses ol the
ofKFX MAGNUS,the HumDtotl F'*od
It preserve* Meat. Klsli. Milk,
d all k lmis of Anbnal Food fresh
•eks. cv- it In the hottest weather.
Is of hun
/ rovc It for
that tills Is
Tills can be prov tl i»v the n-sittn«*
«Ir« da who have tried it. Vo
vourseli for 6u cents. _ _
an article whi h will »ave you a great deal of
u Will n
NO HOIKED MILK.
NO SI'OILKO MkAT.
NO STALE KDC1H.
It will k ep them fresh and x
d (I '<•* not uina t the flight«
the art teles tn nted. 11 is so ■.
that a child can folio the dire tloiis, I* s
less as salt, and costs only a f-action ora i
a pcAi d oi meat, fl-h, butter or ch-cae r to a
quart of milk, 'hi- la no humhur: It la endorsed
by such men as Prof. Sam i W. John on <1 Vale
College. Sold by d)ug«clsts and grocers, '»ample
pounds a< nt pre-paid >y mall or exr*
I prefer) on receipt of price. Name y
Otttee. ViandIne brand for m< at
for tifh and sea f«»od: miow Flake I
and thecae; Apti-t •• raient.
Mo d, 6Ue. per I8e ch. Pearl
for vit iuJAq
set foi many 'a»
f rtdgn • a**
ocean w s'
A lit 1-Fly a
fluid extracts, fl per
TUE HUMISTON FOOD PRK8BKV1NQ
72 Kilby St., Boston, Mass.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
TIIKOI.D ADAGE, I HAT "AN OUNCE OF
PREVENTION IS W »KTH A POUND OF
(TIIL" WAS NeVF.lt MORE APTLY IL> I S
TRATKD THAN HY HIM WIIO TAKES HIS
ln»SK OF TARKANT'8 SELTZER APERIENT
BEFORE THE "ORNING MEAL. KOR T NOT
ONLY GENTLY REGI LATES AND fl HI
FI ES THE SYSTEM HUT 18 A PROTECTION
AGAINST DISEASE, WHICH No ON K
OUGHT TO DISREGARD. ALL DRUGGlSlb
HAVE IT. t
id skllirul work
uiaushlp combined, have given
Spectacles a NATION AI, REFUTA
OPER A GLASSES !
W. M. & J. C. McAllister,
728 CHESTNUT ST.,
^ POSITIVE CURE Only Two Bottles.
ÇfjARRH COLU» 'I'/n I . lulu
J "mV, ' Au, it.
«rat« tom » i "Kv * - ^
. It. July
' -j/ I
r t application.
* . Hill
Arsenal at Trenton.
APPLY hv the little linger Into
Hv absorption tt
tse» the nasal passages
»using healthy secretin
otects the meint*
e.s the »ei
■11 Beneficial results ore tealUed
A thorough ircatmtnt
linings of the h
pletely heals tl
ibl«* tu use Mend for circular. Hold by drugglutn.
Hy mall 50 «•. a package—stamps.
ELY'n <3KKAM BALM GO..
»!«*•* 1» head. Ag
•IcclU-m, w. f.4w
N . Y.
H. M'WHORTER «St CO.,
WU- lesale and Retail Dealers In all Kind»
SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC.,
STEAM ENGINES A SEPARATORS.
NC ' i W|WT j*tONT 8TREBT, WIL., DKL
HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE Î
l-looth part u
no larger than a
*mb«T of mil. b driven to th«
Be: counts up to l,lk
>•1 of a Buggy,
en; is easily
art, Bulky Plow, Reaper, Mo
*» Li very im u.
, Physician-, F
"i-, Dr iyrm-11, Eiri'e.
•r , & .
Price only |5.00«*srli, «
«-third the price o
eter. When ordering gl
<*f the whee . Sent by mail «
post paid. Address,
ecelpt of p-ic e,
tlcDONNFL ODOMFTI K CO.,
2 North LaSalle St., Chicago.
»Send for Circular.
. HEUf.'s ATI3M ANS COuT CURED
* n e-;ah|ish by a chain of ev'denœ
in diliy nut makes stronger that w«
/ r-al, or nulicul remedy for Kheumoti'
d wo put that evidence within the reocl
<ml mwi-'v and without price. ■»«
b**t the fool
;igi t. a m» SS f "' e aUvi "" hnn * ^
he to ui
<1 to t! a ronsummulionof yon
«r© «trt< k' n flown b<
•i* tbr n r» w m meo;.
iavu di-sn« of the
,;oji « i/ health, ready u
). We wni gi*n.
rid their ul
not. hy pn,
■ends, be pro tied V« (La outtoai
'*• Bi.. 3'ooàlyr (lai
Hui'nci, 394 P«wrl ip
*«* 9b 1
I : ..... -
•1401 .u .«ter
r. Berte «§.• YlUrd Araana Brwatlyn- Canon a
dr Äsrisod «« Hatot ridge 8t., ■r«»fc«yu--d fl
jvAWrr sod QXroote HteiucaUaa sad rerr b,
D;ar«-(j>a. _ 1
Mr Dl mo, 143 Wee» Ot.. Be * YorV Onoka
s«lam » aro rears.
Capt eathan Wood, 1*4 Boats OC.
Sb -ummi-iu 33
EMUtns so« Klfloey DIksm.
Tb. abe-. j.B.C rnpraw. kaow auay Mb. re oereb by oat
3lro» .r» with ftilier psrtiouisn. sod m wlli
** Mbs sdvsrtlseBMaS.
■blnaore. Adami A Co,, M AUnaUc
AFPRINTED FROM YESTERDAV
THE I HOI. ERA.
De at ha au Nanday~Appearai.ee In tha
Kanka of tlie British t roops.
Ai.exandbu, July 23 —The report of
deaths ou Sunday from cholera Is as lollows:
At Damlatta, 17, Mansoitrali 10, Suioanoud
28, Tantah 17, Chohar 17, Chlldo 33. At
re 235 deaths
ntue other places 78. There
from the disease at Cairo during the same
The Khedive and the ministers have gone
to Cairo 1er the purpose of remedying the
contusion In th* sanitary arrangement.
A serious outbreak ol cholera is expected
at Bombay, as there were 37 sporadic eases
of the disease during last week.
Advices from Egypt stab- that in addltiou
outbreak of cholera at the town of
Fareskour, eight miles southwest of Dami
etta, the It prosy has appeared there and is
spreading rapidly. There are neither doc
burs nor raedicliies at Fareskour.
The newly-formed sanitary commission,
consisting ol <*en. Wood, Baker Pasha aud
Gep. Stephenson, lias decided to establish
threw additional hospitals here, and Is orgau
About one third
tUg an umbuiiiucc corps
ftnenos pilais is horrible,
of the patients die.
A large pari of Bulak has Ax'<'n burned.
Corpses were found in many of tie houses.
The 800 Inhabitants of Bulak
Tou<ah are surrounded by a cordon,
lug is iHipplicd them and they are dying of
faiiiiue. Cholera is spreading among the
It is rumored bete that au affray took
place betweeu English aud French jiariues
at Pori Bald to-day, and that several were
kdied and wounded.
London, July 23 —The English govern
ment will dispatch 12 doctors who
peris iu cholurft to Egypt
The Marquis of Hurtington, secretary of
8tate for War, announced in the House of
( ominous this eveuing that there had beeu
oue death from cholera among the British
troops in Egy pt.
A Voupg laiuly stftintitMl by h » l|Mb ol
Lightning »ml Paralyzed. '
During the heavy thunder storm which
pabsed over this city yeaterd «y afternoon,
Mias Lizzie Given, at Ninth aud Twtnall
streets, was severely stunued by a bolt of
lighTnlng. Bhe was htaiuilng under » shed
the kitchen door, which
was 0]«en, and a Hash of lightuing enten d
Ihe upon window aud passed through
the kitchen door, and for a
while completely paralyzed Miss
Given, who fell heavily to the ground. 8he
picked up aud conveyed in doors iu
iusciudhle condition aud medical aid sum
. For over an hour the young lady
if dead, but at la.-t gradually regaiued
coiibciousuebS, but was unable to articulate
for some time after.
To-day her priucipal trouble appears to be
in her head, where she complain* of terrible
pains and in also almost totally blind. The
physician in attendance says that the bliud
ill gradually wear off, aud that with
sing aud perfect quiet t he patient
r without any serious effects.
William Simmons, contractor, who is
hettiug the curb Iu front of the Clayton
House, met with a very painful accident this
morning about R o'clock, by which the two
middle fingers of his left hand were badly
luasbcd. lie was engaged iu moving a brick
from uuder the wheel of a dray loaded with
eurbing, tor the purpose ol hacking the
wagon, hut before he had time to withdraw
Ips band the wheel caught il with tbe a ove
result. Fortunately the mud In the gutter,
where the o!d curbing had been removed,
prevented the full weight of the vehicle
irom pressing Upon his hand, else the re
sults would have been tnoie serious.
Ait liiteresliug <•
To-morrow afternoon a game of base ball
will be played iu this city between ihe
watchmakers and nine representatives of
the clothing trade. The teams will be
follows: Watcbmakers—Win. Clark, Mil
lard F. Davis, J. II. Ayers, Charles Ru
dolph, E. Chandler, Harry Sherwiu, E C
Dawson, Charles Baird, Harry G ebe. Cloth
ier—Nelson R. Bertoletle, J. K. Davidson,
F. Weller, James Moore, the two Messrs
Dut!,W. Cle lient*, Harry Gaugh. E. Harold
Rhoads of the Gazette has been appointed
official umpire, ami th*: players will be held
floss to the strictest rules of the game.
•*A Drop of Joy in Every Word."
Hutlalo, N. Y.. "Three
ouths ago 1 was broken out will» large ulcéra
v body, limbs and lace. I pro
cured your "Golden Medical Discovery" and
"Purgative Pellets" and have taken six bottles,
and to- ay 1 a in iu good health, all those ugly
ul* era ha\ mg healed and left my skin lu a uut
urnl. he. • 1 1 h y condition. 1 thought at one time
that 1 could not be cured. Although 1 can but
poorly express my iratitude to you. yet there Is
a drop «>( joy m every word l write. Y
truly. JA.ULSO.HELLIS, Hemington,N.J.
••Discovery" sold by druggists. w&s
llit. Ul) UAKhKTM.
Dr. R V. P.
Local Onotations Corrected Dolly* tu Uu
81 m '■ BO
MORROW, HO. 417 VUKHOH Hll'.BBT
tFround coru and oats
DAILY BY 1. H
Print butter, pe
Eggs, wholesale, per dwten
Eggs, retail, pur dozen.
Chickens, alive wholesale....
Chickens, dresse, d wholesale
. SHANK k BOM, 609 KING BT.
ti. wholesale.! .20
* " retail.
Chickens, dresse«!, retail.
l'b «*ese. wholesale, per pound.. .10
Cheese, rein 11, *» ".I2j^t8
BBBV OORRKOTBD DAILY BY WILLIAM OLAVB Y
BBVOMD hTUBBT MaKKBT.
Rump riteaus pur pi^und
Round steaks p
st per pound..
.14 ft, .10
SI. lus, .
Lamb chop-, pt-r pound
Lituib roasts,per pound...
Mutten chops, p< r pound.
Mutton roasts, j.«ir pound.
Veal cutlet.-, per p«>
Veal roa-ita, per pound.
lî % "h
. .20 Q
. .10 IQl
mttHOTBD DAILY BY B.
BTALLW, 8BOONDBTRKKT MAUKBT.
FIBH, OORKB(JTKD DAILY BY POWBLL, TB1KD
Rock flBh, per pound_
White Perch, per pound
Trout, per pound ..
Fialibut, por pound
I -UI. 1
Potatoes, per halt-pecK.
Sweet potatoes, per half pock..
Cabbage, per head.
Turnips, por half peck.
J O. M'COKMICK,
8. E. COB. HEVEN TH AND JEEFEItMON 8 Th
—D ealer In—
Best grade« of
FLOUR, VKGETABLZ8 AND FRUITS,
Don't feil to try the Great
Remedy, v . CELEBRATED
A Friend to the A (Dieted 1
A3 A FAMILY REMEDY It has
its great worth lor
Thousands hear testimony
Hi cure of the foliow lug diseases
HIIKITMATfSM, NEURALGIA, DIUllTHK
KIA, UAHALY8I8, VA IN* IN THE HF.At>
AN1) RACK, FROSTED FEET,STIFF JUlKTHa
LAMh.MlteS, PLEURISY, and for aU;externli
FOB iNTBBNAL USE
For ('li<derm. Cholera Morbus, Cramps,
ti «• Stomach or Itowels. Dose—fYom 2
balf a teaspoonful In water. Never reduce for
. Every family should keep It on
is never-falling househobt remedy.
The It. H. H. medicine Is aialnfalllble cure tor
DIPHTHERIA. If used according to Uie fol
Saturate a muslin or linen doth and bind It on
d put a
'A) drop to
• sternal use
hand m It is a never
th«- throat for about thin
*r It to prevail
parsing oir, and when thoroughly blistered,opvn
th-' blister with a needle, and take a cloth and
absorb the water that passes
anil .ipread thick with
It ou the blister
will absorb all the disease
Internal medic I
gative medicine. Children shoot not be
more than ten minutes.
This has never been known to 11 wben used as
so , then take a cloth
ho Urd. and hind
ge ev-try hour, whieli
lliro î ! the pores, and
pt a pur*
will lie neu «(
No boraeman »livuhl be without» bout« In li
ident, as It Is a
of the borae:
stabU- In case of
th** following diM*asra
I'm: lor Hpralned Jotu t«. Hort Hhonlders
liai-ka. Thrush In Feet, Scratches, Hweene*
Fistula, Poll Evil, Distemper, Curb, HpUtu
BLOOD OR BONE SPAVIN,
ail Hwtlltngs and
other bruise -,
rowtli ot the hair. H *
» to tv
without Injuring the g
proved a sure cure. Fc
Epl/ootle and Dlstem
'spoonfuls In a bucket of cold witter. !• r
Ho ir drink when watering, and Imthe the thro...
til It blisters, then put a cloth around th*
U Irk •
r, use from *
throat to keep It warm.
The above In valuable
•dlcinc ban khIihmI loi
vle«l by hundreds of
de Oil Liniments that fall
Itself a lam«
facturer» *»f C
î cures as recommended to do, and they re
lo many I'nUt- recommeiulatlonn t«» palm
public. The 11. H. H.
Is prepared from the very l«est ensential oils and
other very costly article», of which one pound
cobis os much os ten pounds of any crude oil that
Is put In ordinary IlnimeiiU, anil the proprietor
cannot possibly advertl»e to the extent tin
da»» or liniments do, as al< the profit w« uld
f ay the expense; so that those who have m y
uowledge of the dlflerenoe between a first-ela«*
medicine and an tufertor article, will not sutler
themselves to be humbugged.
A. A. Walton,of Huntingdon Valley. Monlgom
ery county, l*a., write« th«t In-had a laui« hack
lor a great many y ars: had »uttered a great deal,
r sound anything to help mm until ti
lt. H. H. Medicine, which made a per
worth a thouband
Hamuel Carmen, lie »»ale
■it), P«u, »ays it h
dollar» to him In curing ht» Hlie
For »ale by druggUU and dealer»
dealer dot-» not happen to have It In stock
. Don't In:-put ott with
have him get It for you
D. Dodge Tomlinson,
new everv month In regar.t
f | HE Pt'BLIC IS REQUESTED CARR
1 FULLY to notice the new oud enlarge
«^-CAPITAL PRIZE. 176.000.-%%
rickets, only 96.
Share« In propuriloti.
Louisiana State Lottert Go
"We do hereby certify that we supervise Uu
arrangement» for all tbe Monthly
Annual Drawing» of The Louisiana Bute Lottery
Company, andin person manage and control tin
Drawing» themselves, and that the «ain*
ducted with honesty, fairness,
toward all parties,
«I in g«HMl faltl
«1 we authorise the
Ihl» certificate, with fac-iiluile*
signatures attached. In It« odvertlsemc
~incorporated tn 1868 tor 26 years by the Legtsla
for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital ot fl.000,000-to whirl. •• rirpTrê*
fuud of over 1560.000 has since f»een added.
overwhelming popular vote Us :
was made a part wf the pmsentHta
d December 2*1, À. I»., lb79.
e only Lottery
y the people ol any Htate.
It never scales or jMihtpouen.
RANI* SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS
lake place monthly.
A 8 PLKNDID OPPORTUNITY TO win A
fortune, eighth grand drawing
V l- T A ,Se H, AT NKW ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
AUGUST 14th, 1888.—160th Monthly Drawing.
r voted on and endors« n
Capital Pnzn, $75,000.
«.OOO TICKETS A' FIVE DOLI.ARS EACH.
FRACTIONS, lu FIFTHS tn PROPORTION
I CAPITAL PRIZE
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
2 1*1-1/CB Ol
5 Prizes of
.. 10, (»0
.. 20 ,ao
.. 26. GK)
20 I rlzt-s of
300 Prize« of
400 Prizes of
L'100 Prizes bf
APPROXIM \TIOW PKT7.KB:
9 Approximation Prize« of »7fi0.. .
9 •- •• 6*0 . .
.... 4.6 0
. 2 2i0
1.907 Prlzii, air ountlng to... .
Application for rates to clubs should only t*
•Me t«> the ottlct- of thecomp-» n v In Nevr Orleans.
For further Information write clearlv, gluing
full address, »end orders hy Express or Mail
addressed only to
M. A. DAUPHIN.
New Orleans, L «.
, M. A. DAUPHiv,
607 V» abhlugton
Ht.. Washington, I). C.
^JJ.EORGE 8FECK *v
•fust received, a fine assortment
brated and unrivaled Planeu.
S. W. Cor. 4th & Elm Sts
■ I IBWW W I1IBIIBIIIWI
Wax AM A* m* * mmown.
.... , , ,, , . . 't™*
With the Boy ssummer suit is -
now here. We meet the want
The Time tor the
with many lots, which, cheap
at hist prices, are now 40 per
cent, cheaper. For large boys
the lines are lull at $1.30,$2.00
and $2.50, and lor small boys
at $1 00, $1.25 and $1.50.1*
U'anamakkk A Brown
î • ak Hali.. sixth
id Market dtre« i
for your Clothing hy all means if you think
you can do better, but if you regard your
own interest come and we what we can do
for you, and It may interest you to know
that owing to
do sell 20 per cent, less than up towu estai«
lishmeuts. Now for a tew items. At
small ex|KTises we can and
STAR C L* )TIIIN(i HALL
$5.00 will buy a g oo*l Working Suit, the
same that, you would have to |»ay $6.50 for
at the up-town eetAbllahmeuts. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$8.00, will buy a neat Cansimcre Butt, 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 Dress Suit, the same that,
you would have to pay $12.50 for at the up
town establishment«. Our Clothing is well
made and well triminod. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded.
Star Clothing Hall,
tap MARKET STREET.
To Gash Buyers!
Ve hive inaugurated a
sweeping reduction in all
classes of ou' Ready-made
Clothing. Determined to close
out our Spring aud Summer
stock, we offer inducements to
our patrons such as they can
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 Trous
erings at greatly reduced
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
ceivcd as fast as they
Our large stock of Boys' and
Children's lleady-made Cloth
ing has been reduced to a
price that must compel them
Now is your chance
tor good goods at low prices at
John fl . Moore,
228 - MARKET ST. - 228
Trade Dollars Redeemed
at the Wilmington Clothing
House, Fourth and Market
streets. We will
Trade Dollars at par value lor
„oods purchased ot us to the
amount of One Dollar and up
wards. Now is the time to
dispose 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 Trade Dollars redeemed.
Do net wait lor a better
tunity to save money.
. Yours Truly,
Jko. W. Dikfzndobt & Co.
«EPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY
M °ur. OF IT.
Burglnr« l.»» t M K l,t , : , „r" 1 . h "^" •>.
Cpon T*o(Mh«r., ' U |, U AI h 11 e
About midnight lust night t.im.i
mpu-d to gain »„ cnt, an, Llars at -
Mre. Surah A. Slow.. so? y" M p'"™
't™* 1 !>» burina u |,,,h- tl.r -, , ! Ilur '-u
»>«>'■« the h„k. Ti„y had "«w
cat d the burglar» awuv ' " Wn ' ,ri h r lit
irct plunder somewhat fo u 1( .
the residence ol Jus. MeUride
street, a ineiuber of t,»..- '
iUR the cellar window»
leading from the kltch.u
hatl been left unlocked !»v u.Ui t " " l,ar
the thieve» had n„ truuhh- m nukC'?
way to the Ural atory which the, dr
thoroughly, hut Urofruothlug |,'Î„ ,!""' kcd
of which they took all that w . ,,,,, i 7
and left Mr. McBride without even f '' unl
ol shoes with which to cm,,- u> p ']'
quarters. Two overcoats, " |, " lke M
pairs of shoes, a lew hats „ .
oats were among the arliel,« <«l- U "Ÿ*
estimate value ol which I» placed at "iJS
|«0. 1 ia about
The Hour«* of < >ue
v ™i"«i to
, 6 Hut In,
" î dl
An attempt to burgbirizi- the I«
Erucst. Smith, at loud H
»Uo ruadu about 1 o'clock l a »t BlKht* *"
tbc thief was entirely too m.i» v '
hi. i. Ider up to the .Id- ol it,;, j,,,,
awakened Mr. Smith, ai m i| r ,,i » ,
ahou aider the burvb.r.wl.
A WOMAN (OtVHIDFD
»Um- of J.
A Neglected V* tfe lakes u ve |y
Upon a Rival In II
About 8.30 o'clock Friday eveni
man and woman were wulkin
street, when, as they nc
woman appeared upo
w.mil woman wa» armed will, a »r«oa.siiwl
rattan, winch ahe proeeeded lu las ai,»»,
the head and eliouldt-ra i.| u„.
woman In a vi K «.roua aud l|,.
manner. She continued the ea»tli;ation
ttl «he waa «ali.he.l.wheu «heqeietlj Walk«!
away. The man. nteuna Inte, »i.h„|' i, v a »j
lauahed heartily at the llitereatii.e uerlorat
The vlt-oroua plyer of the rattan waa a
will readily be »urmlaed, the huahand of the
man who was welkin* in <*oiup, UT
with the other woman. She i, ,,
hotieet, tmtuatrious lady, livtni;
vicinity of Sixth aud Ad tut» streets aid
ha. not only »npported heraelf and , ht'ldren
lor several year» paat, hut has li.-u..eutlj
Klvcn aaaiabtuce to her husband,
ou the contrary, I,
her for years, and
paying particular ult. mi,,
you»* woman who received the » lilppin*.
The neglected wile, *rowlu* i:
'""d! lut, I
jcemly lis» |,„,
conduct, liually determined to *ive her rival
a sound ihra-hluir, aud on Friday eveulni
she carried her détermina. Ion Into ifal,
with the above result.
NOT FOUND VET.
The Heard) for Ihe Body ol Hi»* Annie
Uiiauecesnlul — A
«rk of dragging the river for the
body of Annie Davis, the y*»uug lady who
drowned in the Christiana
fruitie r up to >i
tiuueil all duy, but had proved
o'clock this afternoou. A
lady had not been drowned bul wi
on board the 8an Jacinto by the crew. To
prove t he correctncsb of the rumor several
policemen, at the request ol the brother» of
I lie deceased, made a caref ul
boat at uoon to day, but were unable
of the young
I hut the body
\ . I L'
urch ol tbe
to find any
lady. The supposition
is hurled In the mud under the steamer
is advanced by many who cite sev- ral caw
where bodies were not found 1er days alter
they had been drowned by being forced in
the mud at low tide by boats. They th uk
that when the vessel leaves her
wharf on Thursday the body will ries aud
lie recovered. Borne
t hat tile body is
in the Delaware, and
where u woman feJl ovcrlioard at the fool
of Fourth street aud the body was recovered
several day later ou the Je
floating somewhere in
•y shore Le*r
Without exception, are the finest furnished
iu Ihe State. The operating room is re
modeled. New and Improved Instrument«.
We have made entire change in our help
and iiow have first-class men.
propose to do is to give you first quality ol
work equal to any made in the city, at the
same old prices. We show you proof and
guarantee satisfaction. Our gallery is open
only six «lays of the week. Suttcrley A Co.,
Market street. Arthur Clare, manager.
A little girl two and a-half
daughter of Charles Reed,
Eleventh street bridge, was run over by t
loaded hay wagon, this tnoridim, a""
severely bruised. 8hc was knocked bown
by the horses and the wheels passed over
her neck and shoulders, but fortuustely eM
escaped serious injury.
Iiow to keep cool is very satisfactorily
by vlbitiug A. llaubei'b saloon, wt
street. It is iu reality Cape May at home*
^ V v
V-Ov WOMAN CAN\|~HEALTH OFWCMWE
.^SYMPATHIZE WITÄi IS THE HOPE OFj
WOMAN. Æ^4brHE RACEU
LYDIA E- PINKHA jyÇS
A Sure Core for all FEMALE "
NESSES» Including I»eucorrhu*B*
regular and Painful Mensiruatlo«»
Iullumunition and Ulceration»*
the Womb, Flooding, l'R(*
LAPSUH UTERI, &e.
rwrieonant to the taste, elllcaclouH sn u|lJ ^
ftft-ct. It is a great help ln pregnan J,
». pain during labor and
rHYSinAXMt HIIT AWmSTF«* IT »«»*
rwFom iLi.w*A«M.ra Of f
r eith«T eex, it Is second to no reine > n f tbe
d for all u
been larfore ttie public ; « .
Kji.kut» It I. ti... OrmM! Remedy in <»«
rtr-KII.NET rOMPI AINTHofEI«*«*
Find «ircatBeUcfIi.il» ll *
LYDIA E.PrNKUAM;» *JJ
will unuliratu ..vorr " .in nfi It '
The CoroP 0 "®"
of loï«'nrrs0 #
rirBoth the C«>nipound
pared nt 2S3 and 2H6 Western
Price of either, ,t. SU bottle» fur » ■
I« sent by mall la tbe form of pill», nr
receipt of price, ,1 per bo* f° r eit 'J. Eni ,.
freely anewer. all tot^rr n.prr.
■tamp, beail for pa- blC. * •» Co p<lp*
bald by all Drus«...« -*»
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