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TWO SMIRKS»
rood Hoon®*.
.„„.•.».TN Weekly.! •
n rW'"' lfH "!d "dS^WW*. . .
ioUK tlt '^ e j r ^ l 'iuu from its happy P'Ay.
h 111V (anoles wore intent
[neoforwnrtl jU ' J " c |,hdl*h lore;
JnW »''ff: Ä„e nnJ e»d betöre,
,,1 to» , >'j"; |l iJdl,Hiooil'emirth «■ lent.
1 from rceolvement
K'on my to »newer mine
JjEjÄS'vÄ -"•> j »""' >"* uno, '
pres* '''*
0 I,1 quittions
when
anxious line,
rity uph I«1 nij JjJ}^ f £ u * anew,
ifi whl 'L ü «äneS thought t e maiden grew
n tomy« , »' 1M r . lMI frosliciied air.
gro e ope« 1
hro toh unseen before;
us une. in t otb and heart,
• - '*'7 .„fed that w h d been apart
SweVnew tail"wo «h uld pa t no more.
s fille ' «IV
et erewhlle ahe lay,
, fl unruffled by a breath;
„ am eblll smile of d ath,
t .«mile on that flte-oli day.
und
adiinGe« » 1
lb ips

«r«r,<
(Jroinilles.
,.,l foi Hie Modern Age. J
;Tn»n!>li»t
n.Ct.iWIl»« *»' «i-kkluif, Mademoiselle
btusUed crimson. Upon her
Scommand ehe withdrew. The young
.■de s profound buw which ehe up
r„:*W notice. Left, alone with
;Vipn M Godcau coughed, raised him
m"V,nk I nick upon the cushion-, and
' » hlm-.. I to adopt a paternal tone:
SL - he said, "1 believe ibat you do
ïïmti insult.. and that you have
jTtobl>'°ur >ui"d. Not only doleieuae
Ky, but 1 wee """ ,P u " u b It I
'i, that your miserable lather has
JVd run away. It Is very sad, and I
enough that It baa turned your
a [ „in willing to do something for you;
. . ..hair aud seal yourself there."
h is weis »I Sir," replied Crolsillea,
* moment that you refuse, there is noth
,iu hut. take my leave—I wish
for me to n
,.11 prosperity.
Hi «höre »iv you going»
To write to my lather and bid him
)m* would «wear that you
mikm'dir truth; the devil take me, If
,| * • ■ kiilyoureelfl"
,are not K*d>'«
I „ti.ll do .o, »Ir, miles» my courage
a floe idea! what fully 1 Be seated, I
iuitHicau liait ju»L reflected that it Is
TiilesMiiit to have it said that a man,
ay lie, threw hiiuself iuto the
. lie coughed again,
, looked absently at
er after leaving y
[out tils tollull b<
shirt-frill
ul continued :
in, a madman, a child, that
not know what you are say
y uU are ruined, that is your affair,
t, my de;
ughl ol.
leur; \ou tlo
1« more to be
a h ight have come aud
ell, uood advice; but what
You are iu love with
frit'ii«!, the
.-h (
that you w
daughter I"
, ami 1 repeat that i am far from
poHug that you will give her to me for
wile. But u.- there is nothing else which
Id deter ui«> Irom murder, you will un
belieVe lu God, as no ooubt
ui which brings me here."
not does not
icrn you, ami 1 do uot meau that you
utldquestion me; answer me flrat, where
re you set'll inv daughter?"
•At h y latin r'b «hop aud in this house
cd I huv<* brought here Jewels for Made
line Julie."
'Who told you that her name Is Julie?
iw little oue knows of what is going on!
d forgive me! But whether her name be
lie or J. vutte, do you know what is ue
can aspire to the hand
I farnier-general'H daughter?"
'No, 1 «in absolutely Ignorant, unless it
she."
t iw Ik something else, ray dear frleud;
must Lave s
•Well, 1
'It
«und. il v
do, the riMM
'Whether 1 believe in God
try belore a
at he must In* a* rich
lamed CrolallU*»."
ud Cruisine«. Is Crolsllles
'You art*
Jean,
»hr
Uoii'i
they
â
Tpou my soul, sir, it is as good a name
Oixleau."
impvrtineut, and you shall pay
'You
*J/d)i hint, sir, do not be angry.
i he least desire to
i<i you. I| you feel yours* If
il wish to punish me, you need
se.f it to a passion; for
1 shall kill myself."
Although M. Godcau had planned to send
ay as pleasantly as possible. In
i»i«l scandal, yet his prudence
ope with his wounded pride.
eiuUrrii'V to which he was trying to
bmit. app. aiv 1 to him monstrous in it
lf;ami what, then, were hte feelings, on
»ring Liiosclf add
"List«
have
not
«I,
y to work
in
Il I»
üsc*d in such a fashion.
I most betide himself
the matter to
aud
at
how
" he said
eu to lu ii
•You
end
mad that you
vord of common
! Are you noble?
* to torment me,
me; you know per
•ss; you wish to
»r your death; Have
M.
Ot
•ot comprehend
riel)
Uexpert to fright ...
:,1 Ï well that, it is uselt
ike nil* lecjMiiudble fit
uany complaint to make of me 1 Do I
«eyi.
ti- r a single sou 1 Is it ray
u - Vnu ine in such a condition ? Oh 1
peopic win kill themselves, they should
ui quietly,"
"Tliat is what I
h
the
doing te do
.vour very ohedient servant."
«inen t !
r— I
A
It shall not be
appealed to me iu
,,, » niy boy, are lour
MJ 0 ] 11 «. t'" to the kitchen aud dine, aud
;,r 1 ' , ' lir ,u > about you."
Much ulillgwi, I
»But wi»|| vuur liinucy.
Urui-iu,.. tin. mom, anil the financier
> 1 ' 1 " M u ' ,, u*<l his conscience by ihe offer
m niade, saok back comfortably
ioue V la r ' an< l ,eBUmeâ his interrupted
Id that
• Ihre.
not hungry and I
Ha ii
liaellc
Godeau, during all this
lar away as was supposed.
"i« - , withdrawn in obedienc «
Lot, instead of going to her
remained listening behind
ihough Croisilies' wildness ap
her incredible, she was yet not at
ou 101-11 ; ,01 ' fince the world began, love
ë r r^ e , r i l fV M ' ,i * or au offense,—besides, as
itair vi I 1,0 ffoubt of the youug man's
e vii-i'i U ';"" uiöt ^ 0 Godeau louud hersgll
rous ? 0! . w , Wo «entimept» most dan
itv u'l Wu,,U!U » compassion aud curi
'' l "'" 6 J»' saw that the interview
roisilles w as about to come
runi.Uy crossed the room where she
m, d ij b »»fling, not wishing to be
•Wilmf«t U - nK ' al, .' 1 Went to her apartment,
^tidci o 1 , l, ! , , 1H llia ^ly she turned about.
Diftoenn " l roihi,le8 »ffßht really be go
f hei ,.|| ,IIU \*- llic|,le troubled her in spite
f *s doi, „* , u,louL considering what she
Fur | ar 7; 6,u ' went - te meet him; the room
'»IN b!!,«,!", 1 the , two y° un « Peop 1 «
-«m,s ,... '> '"Ward each other. Crolsllles
Oodi-auR,, i MH ttn<i Mademoiselle
w i,„ t u Y l! 1,1 vain ter some word to ex
ihe (iroDn ] j *** telt* As she passed by him,
hand. Vi,? , a 1 '° u 'l ue t of violets from her
boinm.., . , "'l"'d at once, picked up the
iii>i, a "i "«• ' n1,0 tee young lady;
without a i, ' u ! taki, 'g it, she walked on
Office. / ; UI ,, ' e,, tered her father's
que» Lv, , 0 ! bl , » l'* ,t alone, put the bou
Bo lku(iwi. u : art » ftnti quitted the bouse,
lure. te make of this adven
'
' ie had, it i^
5 *"T lather,
J ü,u * slie had
w door.
red
« »vor uud (
. .'lie
bee
SUI
s
III.
lle . sapped into the street,
^arffg hi,., . faithful Jean running to
"'Vl!i ,r, h w,th j°ytel tece.
lau anv iriMt i 1,1 l ,om *d ?" be asked, "have
"Sir m ,u ; Wh tetell me?
moved' and V* ^ Jt ' Mn * "the seals are r»
All von pi., * u enter your own home,
. futlier'a debts are nnid «nH vr.n
r^neroitheh,,.?:® re 4 Pîîi» 5 ?" 1 ° U
hav ' taken , ??' i8 true th at they
Än< Uittve „V*. aV a the mone y and jewels, |
, n r(, ifloved the furniture. But ;
house ig yours and vou '
everythin., * I iL« I
kn " tennine ahn.J ' u * V f
ED owii]g whftf K.A 0 ?* f °r an hour, not !
a at had become of you, and I
m I
the
Uot
h»en
hope, iny master, that you will bo wise
enough to take a sensible course/'
"Whit course do yi>u wish m- to take!"
"Sell jour house, sir, it is your whole for
[t is worth 80,000 francs. With that,
{
,
|
tunc.
oue at lk*ast need not die of hunger; and w ho
promit y«>u from establishing a little j
business which cannot tall of suce
shall ace about that,/' replied ;
s, hastening to gai» hU own street.
once m'»re beneath the
"We
Oroielll
He longed to be
paternal roof—but, when he reached the
house, t was In so sad a plight that he
hardly dared enter. The shop In disorder,
the roons deserted, his father's office empty,
everywhere he was greeted with the naked
ness of wan». Not a chair remained; »II the
draweru had been ransacked, the counter
brokeu, the cash-box can led away. Noth
ing hai escaped the eager search of the
creditois, who, after having pillaged the
house, tiad gone, leaving the doors open, as
if to slow to the passers by that their work
was do îe.
"Here then," said Croisilles, "Is what is
left from 30 years of work and strictly hon
est-dealing, and all from inability to meet at
the appointed day and hour, a note impru
dently Indorsed. '
Whihlhe young man
and down,a
Jean »trui
lug that his master was without money, and
possibly had not eveu dined, he was trying
to dud some way to allude to the subject,
aud If neee*8ary,to offer a portion of his own
frugal fare. Alter torturing himself for half
an bou to hit upon s<.me plausible pretext,
he could think of nothing better bhau to go
near to CrotsUless and say softly:
"Art you fond, sir, of partridges and cab
bage ?"
The
a
alking up
a prey to the saddest of thoughts,
ed greatly embarrassed. Suppos
boor man had spoken these words In
a tone at once so absurd and
Crolsllles, In spite of his sadness, could not
help laughing.
"Why do you ask that questioh ?" he
tender, that
said.
"Because, sir," replied Jean, "my wife
some for my dinner, and if you |
happened to be fond of them-"
Crolsllles had till then entirely forgotten I
the mo jey which he had brought back for
hin latljer. Jean'? proposal reminded hfm »
that bill packet« were full of gold.
"1 thank you with all my heart," he eatd
to the <1.1 man, "and I ae./ept yoùr Invita- I
tloti with pleasure. But if you are auxious
at)out i «y means, be reassured, for I have
raouey euough tk> pay lor a good «upper to
night, which you, in your turn, must eat
with mp."
As h*|i spoke, he placed upon the mantel
and emptied loin* sell tilled purses, each of
which contained 50 louls.
"Although that *
b," he added
tuu
does not belong to
, "I can USC it for a day or
whom . mu I Monlv t4i forward it to
whom can l apply to iorwaru u 10
my father ? «
"8ir," replied Jean, earnestly, "your
father U m« Wll you that this tuonoywa.
d it I' have not spoken ot it before, I
two. '
yours,
It was because I did not know how your
bus m-«« in Baris resulted. Your father will
lack for nothing over there; he will ptay
with une of his correspondent», who will
give him a hearty welcome Besides, he
took with him all that he needed, lor hi
knew ie K it enough behind him; and all
that remain», sir, is yours; he himself says
so in h s letter, and I was expressly charged
to repeat It to you. This money, then, Is
riglitfii|lly your own as Is this house where I
we now are. I can repeat the very words
youi lither sp ke as he went away : 'May
my son forgive me for leaving him; may he
remember
live, a nul may he use what remains alter my
debts «ire paid, lf . .— 1 "' «■ '- -««-«— »
There, sir, are his own words. So put that
money in your pocket, and then, if you are
willing to dine with me, let us go, I pray
you, to my house."
The [sincere joy in Jeaneyes
Crolsllles no room for doubt. !"
words had
restrain Ids tears; moreover, at such a mo
•nt tjour thousand francs were no trifle.
fori the house, that was an uncertain re- I
source; for nothing could be realia*d from
ft except by a sale, a tedious aud difficult
undertaking. Yet
failed u> produce a
the youug
his sulcidffl purpose was shaken, and so to
speak, he wns at ouoe more sad, and less
I
Iodk
only with love
•re his inheritance.
if it
left
His father's
moved him that he could uot
an
undertaking. Yet all this could not have
considérable change in I
's situation; he felt softened.
despairing. After having closed the shutters
of the'shop, he went out of the house with
Jean, Lnd while passing once more through
»hr town, be could not help thinking how
powerful are our affections, since they sooie
Uoii'i ffu "
feeble« t ray of hope, ft
thought thirtHie sat at the table ol his old
servant, who, during the entire meal, did
•ase his efforts to cheer up his master.
The giddy-headed have a happy weakness;
they are easily distressed, but they
â ulck jy consoled, so easy is it to distract
ieir thoughts. It woiflu be a mistake to
. . . ... all
dfor us an unexpected joy in the h
" * with this
not
also
think them unfeeling or selfish; they feel,
perhaps more keenly than others, and they
; quite capable ol blowing out their brains
in a moment ol despair; but, the moment
passed, if they are «ti'll alive, they will go to
diunap; they will drink und eat as usual,
when they retire
aud then burst into te
at night, Joy »»r grief do not touch them
lightly, but rather pierce them like aiio
kind and ini|>etu us natures
how to suffer tuft not to deceive, in which
eycry emotion
fragile and empty ifffe gl
transparent llkfe the rock-crystal.
Alter having touched glasses with Jean,
Crolsillea, instead of destroying himself,
•nt[to bear a comedy at the theatre. As
in the parquette, ho d < w
's bou
hieb know
bare to yiew, natures not
, but lull a d
I
1
soon 4« be
from bis breast Mademoiselle Gode
quetj and, while he Inhaled its perl
prof* und meditation, began to think more
calmly of his morning's adventure. Atter
h had reflected for some ti me, he sa \v clearly
the tjufh; tiikt Is, that the young lady, by
leaving the bouquet tu his hand* and refus
ing to lake it back bad wished to show him
ark of favor; for otherwise, her
in
I
some
fuhttl and silence could have beau only
indication of contempt, and that supposition
was jiot possible. Crolsllles decided, then,
that Mademoiselle Godcau'« heart
hard than her father's, and he had no diffi
cult! Iu remembering that her face, when
«he 'crossed the room, had expressed au
emotion as real as it evidently was involun
tary, But wa« that emotion love, or oulv
pity] or still worse, mere humanity? Had
Madjemoisclle Godeau dreaded to sets him,
Croidlles, die; or only dreaded te cause the
death of any man, no matter who he might
be. Although faded and withered, the bou
still so tragraut aud so pretty,that
CMsilles gaged at it he could not help
being hopeful. It was a garland of roses
abolit a cluster of violets. What sentiments
and mysteries a Turk would hhve read iu
those flowers as he interpreted their lan
guage! But oue does uot need to oe a Turk
iu «Ken a case as that. The flowers which
fall from a beautiful womau's bosom in
Europe as well as In Orient, arc never mute;
though they may not lu words relate what
! saw as they rested ugaiustsome fa»» neck
for the lover it is still sufficient, for to
hjm| they do reveal it. Perfumes are much
akii|i to love, and indeed there are those who
sav that love Itself is only a kind of perfume;
and truly the flower which ejuales it is the
laiilest of creation.
I
)ess
«
at
as
she
go
she
1 «
ex
him,
her
the
lady;
on
bou
quci|
s be
j m
[To be continued. ]
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ton. and flrit wharf below Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, at • p. m.
FREIGHT CARRIED
as low as by any other line.and carefully handled
under our personal supervulon. Express deliv
eries made In either city by our own wagons.
Chas. Warner & Co.
Only office in the city connected with Telephone
Exchange by two wires, two transmitters and
two Indicators. n»28-tf
^OK NEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
-BAIL FROM—
King Street Wharf, I Pier 15, East River,
Wilmington,Del., j New York,
Tuesday, Thursday. I Monday, We-'neaday
Friday», 4 p. m.
Saturday, 2 p. in.
Freight carried as low as by any other line
New York and Eastern eitles.
mémc
E. ANDREWS, Agent.
FINAMVIAL
R. R. ROBINSON & CO..
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Street«.
FOR SALE:
10 snares Delaware Railroad.
Buy and sell slocks and bonds
Letters of credit available In all parts of the world
tad drafts on England, IreUn«LFraDoe,G«nnaDy
tnd SwUxcVlarid Tssn«*n ». 1 -1 v-Vf>
cummlsMon.
' 'HE ARTIZANS SAVING BAVK.
NO. 503 MARKET STREET,
IWCOB^ORATBD JAHTTARY 24TH, lMk.
Open to receive deposits from 9 a. in. until 4p. m.
Tuesday and Saturday eveulugi.
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
rtEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
si larly made in April aud >ictobcr. When
_ nil 'mlB are uot withdrawn they are accounUd
as deposits. Thus pern.anent deposit.» compound
their Interest twice In each Tear.
MANAGER»:
ami
de
111
Clement B. «myth, George W. Mush.
Charles W.. Howland, George B. CaoeUA
NaihauLel R. Henson, M. L. LlchtHnsteln,
Heurv F. Dure, Edward Darlington.
W. Hastlnjre, Job H. Jackson,
Edward Piuwy, William H. Bwlft.
Antbony Hlggln».
GEORGE W. BUSH. President,
K. 8. ( A PELLE, Flee President,
E. T. TAY1.0R. Treaaurer.
.1. M. WATHFR, Amlltor,
at j
febZDly
(
$30,000 tor $2.
TH POPULAR
58
MONTHLY DKAWINU
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lh tbe ottrof LOUISVILLE..,
Tuesday, July 31st., 1883.
On the lost day of each month (Sundays ex
excepted). Repeated ;. "
State Courts save u
adjudication by Federal and
: placed this company beyond
the controversy of the law. To this Company
belongs the sole honor ofhavtng inaugurated the
only pi»» by which their drawlug# art proven
honest and air beyond question.
N. li.—The Company has now on hand 4 large
capital and Texerve fund. Head carefully the list
capital and
of prizes for the
JULY DRAWING.
..»80,000
10,000
6,000
.. Iu, (100
10,000
.. 10,000
.. in, me
.. 12 , 0(0
.. 10,000
.. 2,700
• 1, dOO
1 Prize.
1 Prize...
1 Prize.
10 Prizes, 1,000 each
2' ' fiOU "
100 "
too '
200 "
►o *•
,ooo "
20 " .
300 " Approximation
200 " *:
9 '
100
100
9 "
. »112,400
L 000 Pris ib. ..
WHOLE T1CKETB, »2. HALF TICK ETB, »1
27 Tickets, »60; 56Tickets, »100.
Bank Draft in Letter, or send
d by Registered Letter or
Order. Orders of »6 and upward by
Express, can De Bent at our expense. Address all
»rdera to R. M. 80 A RDM Alt, Courier-Journa
Remit Mone
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DR. t
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rf is\
SEL'
{BEFORE - AND - AFTER j
Electric Appliance, ar, lent on 30 Day» 1 Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
Buffering from NIRVOU8 Dkbiuty,
Lost Vitality, Lack or Nkrvb Foacx amd
via'oH, W asti mu WBAXNEtwKS, and all thoRe diseases
of a I'brsonal Nature
W
etmltiutf from Abuses and
°SS3i
FOITHI HIT en- MMawâU. WWW.
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
A. CONNER,
r.
d Trunk Manuffcoturer, has
store.
Reliable Harness
removed t" *****
NO. 4 KA8T FOURTH STREET,
where you will And the largest assortment of
Harness, Trunks, Bildete., in the city. Ladies
and gentlemen ' s pock ••< books and ladies shopping '
er % xgsKSsSLimtM&i.
.
DRY GOO HH.
!l !
y?"* *' *W4
r y
vffhj
ror
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THE BEST PLACE TO BUY DRY GOODS.
Strawbridge & ( lothi<-r's,
EIGHTH A MARK ET
EIGHTH A FILBERT
PHlLADELHHlA.
LIQUOR DEALERS.
P. DONAHOE. *
-BOTTLEK of
AND »OLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
A OO.'B PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
JOHN
e Ue.dbrated Bartholomay R««hester Beer,
fhe brewings are unequalled for purity and
BavaT; constantly on hand in kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters in all
the different flavors.
b i7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
«V* Polite and accommodating drivers. Orders
t»y mall pronaptly attended to. Re IS also connec
ted with the Telephone Exchange, and his signal
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
OPPOSITE THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT,
Wilmington. Delaware:
This hotel Is a new building, entirely newly
furnished in a inosi elegant style aud offers
American Arid G' rman comforts. Refreshments
and eatables flrat-class at fair prices.
HENRY BLOUTH, Proprietor.
k s
& 8PAHN
gPECHT
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
—AND—
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
CORNER FIFTH AND DoPONT STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
4EF~Ordera by mall promptly filled.
Families supplied with bottled beer; pint
bottles 1" cents» dozen.
A share of your patronage is
ited.
jpectfully solle
|e 12-1-17
JOHN F. DOLAN,
NO. 6 WEST THIRD ST.
—Dealer In Choice -
WINE8, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Oysters In every style. Perved on shortest
notice. DOLAN'S,
JyS-tf No.« West Third Street.
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. ö
BONDED W A REHOUSES pure ryt
whiskies from the following celebrated dis
tilleries'
A. Over holt A go., .boninry l*7.i and .1
A. Guckénheliner A Bro., May 1S79.
John Gibson, Son A Co.. May 1879 u..
Hannls Distilling Co., August 1879.
Bherwood, November 1879 and June 1880.
Neversink (Readimr, Pa., ) February, 1880.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
The above io jds will be sold either In bond or
tax paid at the lowest market rates- Hamptes
may be s£en at this store.
NO. 108 MARKET ÖTUKKT.
1880.
an<l June 1*180.
FRANC18 KELLY A CO
FRANC18 KELLY A CO
( ^ RANGE GROVR
PURE RYE WHISKY.
— ÏH FACT—
THE PUKKBT. RICHEST AND B «T RYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
bottle.
By the galion
JAMES A. KELLY,
qu,11 äu
Abtolatelypara rye.
A reliable stimulant
8. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS,
mv6-ly-2T.
Uniform in
and delicate In flavor.
and safe tonic.
A
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BALL'8
/Health Corset
4 1 :
hi
100
Is Increasing in
EX:
COMb
FER
corset
eyer worn. Merchants
iy it gives the best sat
faction of any corset
they
Warranted satisfactory
ormoney refunded
-TOK 8AXJC ONLY BY—
h. RUSSELL,
« Marlrc «Street
larlty every day. a
find It the MOST
PORTABLE and
FECT FITTING
or
by
all
li
■«id
R.
E TAKE RLE ABU KK I« CALLING
TH* ATTENTION OF
w
PIANO
—AND—
ORGAN
NEW, LARGE aud ELEGANT
Buyers to
stock. Just opened. We offer the finest assort
ment of instruments to be found in the city, at
the most tempting prices. Persons wishing to
purchase will And it greatly to their Interest to
a call. We take pleasure in showing our
j
give
nstruments, and in giving attention to all,
whether they wish to buv
not
D. S. Johnston & Co.,
46 and 48 West Filth St.
FOUNTAIN 8QUARF,
!
CINCINNATI.
ONSTOALL
*%,sdisst.le<iby wounds or
piles, diarrhoea.rupture lost
wight. kasoOwaring Jieaxt and lung disease
naBsm. or any other disease or hurt 1 .y a, .|
or other« tie. gives you a pension. Widow!
wro/attier*. tmshere. bcutliers arid sdsi
ofa
has
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of
'
all d*
nh a
■ sj m
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MTSCELL A NEOVS.
BIGGEST CUT-DOWN YET!
Any of These Suits, $6.
No. 5,444, 115 ;
No. 5,403, $14 ; now $f».
No. 5,214, $14; now $fl.
No. 5.404, $14 ; now $6.
No. 5 324, $14; now $0.
No. 5,304, $14 ;
No. 5,352, $11 ; now $«.
No. 782, $10: now $0.
No. 5,183, $ 0;
No. 5,430, $ 0 ; now $6.
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SEE THEM IN OUR
WINDOWS.
A\
A. C. Yates & Co
Chestnut and Sixth,
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PH1LADA.
DESPERATE CLOTHING MAN.
HAPPY CUSTOMER.
JOHN MEALEYe
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware tor
WERNER & CO.'S
C li au mp ague Wine
PRICE LIST.
Per Case 13 Qte.
34 Pt*.
$7.00
$«.00
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITTB8.
. r j,Cases
10 Caaes
25 Cases
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
- 15 per cent.
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIG AR8,
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COM Y
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. Colt. SECOND AND KING STREETS :
-ICE HOUSE AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE
Brauch Office and Depot, Fourth and Poplar sts, and No, 309 West Fljjhtli Bt.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE .
49 cent« per week 116 pounds dally,,.. ç ! ecu
86 '' " " 20 " " ... . !..
pounds dally.
7
12
?!.«•
ao POUNDS 'N DOVER AT THF. HATE OF (10 CTS. PER IPO POUNDS
Incivility on the part of llw driver »ho
e prompt attention. We k.-ep c.iutantl;
pofarar mine», which we deliver lui
The least
, and it w
11? recclv
*!»•• njtld
111 a V
ELECT It >
:
lie
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•»•liars
. "h
id.
DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN Till-. HEAD !
If one Interview with Dr. Hartley does not accomplish more for your Head and Throat than ail
the advertised nostrums used fora lifetime, you pay nothing for it. Hundreds of persons
in this city are pleased to testify to the skill and success of Dr. Hartley, but pre- .
fer not to have their names and ailments paraded in a public newspaper.
THE SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT OF CATAR RH
Passages from the Life of the Most Eminent Specialist In that Line.
DrJHartley, of Philadelphia, Is probably the highest living authority upon Catarrhal disorder
and its ooncomltaiiis, and it is proper to make some reference to the causes which have lod to
his winning so great a reputation. Dr. Hartley first came before the public as a practitioner in
1848 in New York. In 1850 he settled in Philadelphia, where no has ever sinco remained. During
the whole of his lengthy career he has made a special study of Catarrh and throat and ear alloc*
thins, and some of tne most remarkable cures on record are credited to him. In 1851 ho cured
President Fillmore of a severe Catarrhal affection, and the case occasioned much favorable
ment in the newspapers of.the day. He also treated successfully the Rev. Dr. Domer of Wash
ington. Rev. Dr. Fay, also of Washington, ox-Attorney Oeneral Williams, and many other dis
tinguished men. Amoug those he has «uccessully treated In Philadelphia and vicinity
Eayre, 1407 Chestnut street; (Jen. Charles L, Lelper, Frankford; Joseph Schofield, Falls
of Schuylkill and many others. Dr. Hartley is a man of science and great original talent, and
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 ot diseaso
rom one patient to another an impossibility. His remedies are simple, safe and wholly painless
and never fail to give relief, and lu the v^Bt majority of oases a permanent cure. He exacts
exorbitant foes in advance, and always treats his patients as a thorough physicHn.us 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
more to him for treatment. His office at 243South Eighth street is tho rendezvous of sufferers
from all parts ol the oountry, and none ever go there without afterwards blessing the impulse or
cause which led them so to do. D*- Hartley i» indeed oue of the benefactors of the age, a. u his
name will long he held in grateful remembrance by those whom he b&s benefftted.
Among the list of chronic diseases which affect the human frame, Catarrh is tho most nrov t
lent, most off ensive, most productive of discomfort, and most liable to a variety of dangerous a >1
distressing complications.
Mr
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Thousands are annually hastening to a premature grave from its perniolous effects. »
no doubt thousands are at this moment slowly perishing under its fatal influence, ignorant
the cause of their declining health. It was, in fact, the destruetive influence of this dirai
and its ularinfng prevalence that flrst attracted the writer's attention, aud it is w<th pardi Od
pride that he refers to the fact of having been the flrst physician who made this disease a S{.< -m
study and originated asystem of treatment calculated to etlect a radical and permanent cur..
OFFENSIVE DISCHARGES FROM THE HEAD.
Catarrh manifests itself by a discharge from the head varying its nature in different oases
in the Barne individual at different times. It may be a thin, colorless, acrid fluid a
muco-purulent n attor
flocked with blood, .so
and
glary, starch-like substance; generally, however, it is a thick, purulent
either a greenish yellow or of deep green tint, occasionally streaked
oopious and offensive is the discharge in many cases that the patient leels as though the whole
in a state of corruption.
head
' HAWKING.
Much of the discharge passes backward into the throat, or collects as a tough, viscid phlegm
behind and above the soft palate, in the passage between the throat and the head, creating a
constant and almost irresistible desire to obtain relief by "Hawking," a practice characteristic oi
Catarrh, and as embarrassing to the one affected as it is disagreeable to those around. Oiten
that the most persistent and exhaustive efforts fail to dislodge It
the phleg
until some food
Again the offensive matter deposits itself in the nasal cavities in the shape of dry,hard crusts
which, in some cases, accumulates to such au extent as to form a regular plug,obstructing breath
ing and producing serious discomfort. This condition is indicative of ulceration, which, in time,
may destroy tho bony structure of the nose and produoi its subsequent flattening.
tenaoious
stimulant is swallowed.
, OFFENSIVE BREATH.
The breath is always tainted, and sometimes is so revoltingiy offensive as to render the suf
ferer an object of disgust to himself us well as others, and cases are occosionally met with in
which the stench is really overpowering, aud Biiiflciently fetid to poison the atmosphere of a
whole room. Thus a person affected with Catarrh lives continually in an impure atmosphere
of his own surrounding, and inhales a poisonous effluvia with every breath.
OTHER DIS< OMFORTS.
In many cases the nose Is stopped up, someth
often on both, giving rise to a disagreeable "stufl..
slonal violent and prolonged imroxysms of sneeih :
compression is experienced above or between the < \
head or temples, or on the top or back ot the head, sometimes of
taken for neuralgia. The sense of smell Is getui illy blunted or entirely lost aud taste mu y be
come similarly affected. The voice is husky or of i nasal character, while oftentimes there is u
continual hoarseness accompanied by rnoro or less cough, excessive debility and emaciation. In
deed, in some instances, the loss of flesh Is so con iderable and progressive as to Buugest the ex
istence of tubercular disease, and not a few cases > f Uatarrh that have come under my notice huvo
been regarded as Consumption and so treated by a wary or inexperienced practitioners.
DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Catarrh is one of the most frequent causes ot deafness. Scarcely any one afflicted with this
disease for any length of time retains a normal»« ateness of the hearing power. With sorao tl.t
hearing suffers at first only bv spells, while In others the hearing grows indistinct without ti e
appearance of premonitory symptoms, the deafn- increasing gradually until the useful hearing
is lost. Noises in the head of every conceivable d ascription often add materially to the existin
d istross.
the other, and
: sensation in the head, accompanied by ocoa
Aga'n, a distressing feeling of fullness or
, or pain manifests itself in the face, loro
severe a character that it is
side, sometimes
at
to
to
• DEVELOPMENT OF CONSUMPTION.
As the disease fastens itself upon its victim, "ue after another of the vital powers gi
The patient loses flesh and strength; he is lang».«!. unable to perform mental
with the usual facility; Is depressed In spirits am! inclined to drowsiness
is weakened, and its permanent Impairment seri* .'Sly threatened.
The rnuoous membrane becomes morbidly eetMtlve, aud in spite of the utmost care, become*
affected from the slightest causes,so that at last c*. a a breath of wind upon tue lining ot th
throat becomes productive of cold, and gives rise to a serious di.-turbanco ot the respir
atory orgons. Tho patient is subject to frequent and repeated cold-, each one aggravating the
disease by giving it a new impulse, and attacking a larger extent of surface then Its predecessor.
In this manner the Catarrh sp eads from organ t«» organ until it finally reaches the lungs
produces Consumption. It would indeed be a bi asing to humanity if every one would learn an.i
remember the lesson that experience te Aches us daily ; That to neolkct thk pkopkr trkat
Catarrh iö to dik with Conöümi*ti«-ä,
away
physical labor
and sleep, the memory
N I N I
DR. HARTLEY'S
Office and Residence, 243 South Eighth Street, Phila.,
TV
i., to 6 u. m.,
ce Hours—From 10 a.
mv19-1i
lost
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HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE,
i
LONDON, ONT ARIO, CANADA.
Patroness—II. R IT. Pwisncss Louis*.
Founder— 1 The Rlgli*. Hkv Hki.i.mittii, D. D.. D. O. U _ ,. .
Beautifully situate«! on the river Thames, four horn s ky rail from Detroit or .suspension Bridge. The nigh*
eBt education in every department. French spoken in th s College. Music » specialty under the direct
! the celebrated W. Wauoh Laddbr. Next term will nmence September «OtI». „ .
For particulars address Uxv. K. N. Enuusu. M. . l'i . icipal, UelimuUi i-»dies' Ooilego. Louduo, Canada.
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