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REPRINTEOFAOM YESTERDAY
A FATAL KJLfr.rp.
A
-i.:
the Track to
Sloop mod In Run om by a Freight
Train.
As Barney McCall, George Brown, Lewis
Mingus and Richard Johnson were walking
along the P., \V. & B. railroad tracks, to
ward the new station, about 12.15 o'clock
this morning, they noticed a man lvliig on
the track with his head resting on the outer
Engine No. 34,
bound
ger Lay a Down
A sir
.-vtra l
' * tra ! 1
3TÄ
»na truu in .
m.
rad, neàr Justtaon «• tract,
drawing the *»«th
freight, was rapidly
on the same track- McCall
drag the man off, and about the same time
the eugiucar blew his wbUile in the hope of
aroHslugr the sl^ep* r, and reversed the
t too tale to rave the unfortunate
lo was fun over and had his head
severed from fits body betöre
When McCall
glue, b|
ma«, w
com
Dpletelf
(Mil got hold ol him.
dregge«! him out be held in his hands only
the headless tr nk. The train was imme
diately stopped*
and • tht *<■;««!
betwein .— _
Troy Rent to the station and procured a
band okr, on «flitch the reraatus were car
ried to the deaÜ bouse, whence they were
removed uithe morgue by Deputy Coroner
Palmer at V.äO o'clock tills morning. No
one appmured to know the victim, though
several recognized him as a man they had
seen strolling about Front and Water streets
At 8 o'clock this morning Coroner Smith
held an inquest, when the above facts were
téstlled to «y the four meu wiio had first
noticed the m«n lying on the traels, and a
verdict of accidental death was rendered
Shortly after the inqu«**t was held two
men came to the morgue and cleared the
whole mystery away by saytrtgthat the
who was killed was a chum of thetrs, and
that his name was Joseph M. Bennett,which
agreed to the tattooed initials found on th*
rnaa'a cheat. They al-o described the va
rious figures Dittoed upon the man, and
said that they had only arrived In this city
yesterday from Wavneshurg, Pa., where
they had been working in a harvest field,
and were on their way to the peach districts
where they had intended to work.
They had been drinking early in the even
ing and about G o'clock were at Water anil
Orange street», whera they pro{K*aed waiting
for a south bound freight U>r the pdrpose <>f
stealing a ride toWyomfng. A few minutes
after G o'clock Bennett insisted on going on
another drunk but hff cotnpanloqs refused
to go, when he started off alone and had
not beet) seeu by tbetu since.
Bennett, they said, wts a native of Tren
ton, New Jersey, where his mother and
brother resided, and had beeu marri d but
was n »t living with his wile, ol w horn they
knew nothing.
Deceased w
but had
the country and
drink.
body will be kept on ice by I'udertakar Pal
mer for some lime t» allow the family ao
opportunity of claiming it.
From what could be learned in eonvena
tion with the companions of th«* dead man,
there is no doubt that Benuett
getting more liquor, from the effect« of
which he became so stuptd that he laid down
ou the track to take his fatal sleep.
vV
a.
and back«*d d«>wu
fouud lyiug
the tracks. Conductor Duntel
'
'
a bricklayer by trade
beeu working all ovtîr
was addicted to
He waa about 30 year» old. The
•ce* ded in
Dr. Bristor Will Fight.
[New York World.J
The brother of the Rev. George R. Bristor,
D. IL, the disgraced clergyman of 8t. Luke's
Methodist Church of Newark, who resigned
__ Mouday night, arrived Iu Newark Wed
nesday irom Bait tuo.e. He visited the
hetkdquariers ot the Young Men's Chris
tjau Associat ion aud said to Brottn-r Yattnau
the secretary, that he liad a letter written
by the Rev. Dr. Brihpjr, to the presiding 1
elder, requesting the retart» ot his crulcu
liais and denying the truth ol the chargee
uade against him and demanding au eccle
siat-tlcal trial. Tlie doctor, he Said, was in
Baltimore in a stale ot nervous pro&Lratiou.
lie exp aimd that the parchment«» had bet
surrendered under the stress of great excite
ment, aud he did uol weuu to ackuow ledge
guilt iu any way.
Kirthitay Present.
Isaac 8. LeuderuiAn, ol Rruod/wfue nun
dr*d,
ago
minder of the occasion, with a haudsome
pair of gold spectacles, with the word
"father" eu. raved ou them; also a
handsome photograph album, containing
cabinet-size photograph» of himself
luridly. Mr. Leuderiuan is
rthy citizens ot the county, and has many
friends iu this city who will be pleased to
learu of this pleasant episode.
his eightieth oirthday, a few days
presented by hfs child
id
of the mont
A Splendl i Number.
The summer issue of UtraicbriJj/e cf
Clothier '« Quarterly, just out, is a splendid
number; every page is of Interest to the
ladies.
stitches; Instructions in amateur
how to adorn the pc
home; a pretty piece of
and the
ment ol dry goods fully Illustrated. Price,
15 cents; get a copy f
New fancy-work designs and
, and
and decorate the
vocal music;
mer fa hions in every depart
fws-dcaler
*iid to 8 tr aw bridge cx. Clothier, Phi. 1 a
your
del phis.
Primary I.«m
Oh what a savage looking man ! Who is
he f Don't be afraid children, that i»>
the Chief of P«dice; he w
]«H»ks very eroos, but that is ouly his way
He is a nice in
re-por-ters. He
but tells his office
iy
't hurl you.
He
and is only cross to
i'l even hurt a burglar,
to disguise themselves
«1 scare naughty jieopie by making them
think they are burglar». If you ar«: good
boys may tie some day you will be Chief ot
Police.
'«Uucliupai
t^utek,
ney, Bladder au«i Urinary diwutses.
Druggiet.-.
•mple'ccure, all annoying Kid
$1.
Easily Troveu.
It Is easily prov« n thut malarial fevers,
constipation, torpidity of th«* liver and kt»l
neys, general debility,
neuralgic ailment* yit id readily lo this great
disease conquer« r, Hop Bitteri. It repairs
the ravuges of disease by converting the
f«»«»il into ricli blood, and it gives i ew life
and vigor to tl.e bt.cd and infirm always.
'ijusne.ss, and
II AY EhVILLE, OHIO, Fi b. 11, 1880.
Very glad W» nay 1 have tried flop
, and never took auyi.bing that did
mu« h g«i«Kl. i only took L»-o bottles
and 1 would md take $100 I
Uhl
I
Bitte
th" good they
my paticuib,
md the
ami get the bee*, re.-ults it.,
tlieir
< •. B. Mbkoeh, M. D.
4)1 tlie Many K.-mclu-s,
before the public lor Nerv
Debility ami
wcakucNs ot Nerve, oeuerative äyeteiu th*?re
is none equal to AUeu'a Braiu Food, whle.b
promptly ami permanently restores all lost
vigor; it never fails, ÿl pkg., 0 lor $5—At
druggtsl or at Alleu's Fharniacy 215 1st ave.,
New York.
Many Timen
you want to preserve meat
dayt>. Lay it in a solution of Rex Magn
over night and you c
You c
stirring iu a little of the "Snow Flake"
brand.
fish for several
keep it for
eeks.
also keep tniik a week or more by
Tlie I'n/./.:«
Hot
keep cool is very satisfactorily solv«*d
l>y visiting A. Hai.ii« rV
street. It is in
)o«>n, 200 Wist
:allty Cape May at home.
M-lirr
t», »locki niî» anil all
lore. Only li*"
ganntnl.« > .111 be c
Diamond l)ye».
•I
ib
THE LARGEST RETAIL ST< CK OF DRY
GOOD*.
Strawurihge «te Clot hi kr,
Deai.ehh in Dry Goods Exclu
Eiuiith and Market Streets,
PlJIJ.ADEl.PlilA.
CI.Y,
CITY ITEM.
aatUrlsy It Go., Photographers, 902 Market et
TBK RAII.ROADS
Tina* THhlr With the Latwt
A
Cnrreetloii.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
Phila.- 3.U0». 2.28*, 6.:», 6.40, 7.00, 7.60, 8.10*
16, U.U0, a.», 0.58, 10.2a, 10.30,11.53 a. ID i2.00f,
-i.: 13.15, 19.38, 1 54. 2.80, 4.00, 6.17», 6.80f,
0.88*, 0.56,7.26, 7 3u*. 0.6 5» p. m.
Naw York— 2.00*, 2.38*! 0.30,0.68,11.58 a. m
19.38, 1.54, 6.17*, 4.38*, 7.5» p. in.
NT
l 14»* 4.61* 8.U6* 0.17* a. m Fre
! 1 «YniôiTfcTi» h-\i wir m ' * *** ' '
' *■
. b»ltimubii iiiii 1»t«rjisdiat» St*iio*»- u»
1.06*,0,17" a. iu. 1.00. 4.00, 6.00 p ui. y.
»Trains running both daily and Sunday.
fTrains ruunlag only onSunday. '
In
!
Baltimoh*— 1.«*. ».IT», a.
m. U.Ï7, 1.1»), l.OU. 6.«l, «.M. ll.'H* p..la.
a
<>f
of
s
• l.06f.
i«uw. kk Railroad— 6.«»* .«.lot ajn.
d.00*. i.COJ,6.26f p* m. Nobund^J tiafp».
»For New Castle only. v ^
fty Harrington andlnienoedUKe sjfa
J L4pre«s for DeUuar. !
vV ilmimotom Northulk Kaileoau- -f oo a. m.
Stndfy*. 7.00 a. m, and
I'klawA idPYFKgtKKK Rails©ad—
a. u. 6.30 p. m. Sunday trains to.3^.
II
tiens
uv
..06, 5.06, 0.36 p.
*.1«V to
10 »
a. m.
' <" p-"
lb
CHAINS AKKl V kj.t WinMlNOTON'CHOM
CBlflA -1Ï.45, 1.0U, w, 4.*;*, 7.44. ,.<«», u.ta,
44U«.l*tIl.*.. 01. 1Ï.H, 12 5U, 107. 230,.
3.W), 3.56, 4.30, 4.56, 5.35, 5.53, 0 20. 6.48, 7.36.7 tuf,
«.50. 10.36. 11.38 p. Ui.
N*w Y OAK—i.««*, 4.47», 8.02f, ».12 a. in. 12.60
1.07 , 4.56,0.48*, 10.58 p.m.
Baltimokk— 1.51 *, 2.13«, 0.144, 0.54,11.48 a. IU
19.36, 1.51, 6.11 . Ö 30*. 7.24, 0.4»- p. m.
Wabhikotom— 1.61*, 2.13, 11.43 a.
;.tt, 6.11-,6A0*, 7.24, «.40 p. m.
• Both daily and Sunday,
t on Sunday only.
i. 12.36.
Dilawaki Kailkoai»--«^». 0.60, 10.16 a. m
2.06, 6.05*. 0.50 p. iu. No Sunday trains.
• From N«w Owti« omj.
Wl LM I XiTON Al NutTUMS R ▲ I LKOA D-- 9.(C
0.40,11.36 a.m. 0.42 p.m. Sunday, lu.3u and
7.00 p. in.
Dslawari Wmtkhs Kaileoau— 8.00 a. tu.
p. m. Sunday trains 0.1U a. m, 6.40 p. in.
TRAINS LEAVE roK WiLMUfi-FlIJN
Philadklphia Naw Hkuad sranirr I
12.30». 3.56*, 0,30, 7.2U*,8.UU, 8.21,8.36f, 10.10,11.30,
' 1.60 a in. 19.26, 1.321,
3.u6, 6.20.6.55, 6.05f. 0.30, 8.30», 0.30, 10.00. 11.32
3.10
4.02, 4.26,
Nkw Uahtlk— 6.38, w.X>, 10.02, 11.40 a. m.
.40, 0.35 p. ui.
* Train* runnlug both daily and Sund«; .
tirai us running only
Sunday.
in
A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
and way statt
Newark at 8.2
station«.
the
1 «•:
in
at 7.48 a. u«., returning lea
a. ui. tor Wttiutngtou aud way
It lack figure»* denote the Limited
>
Eapr
1
OIK MAILS.
Their Arrival aid Departure, Taking
Effect duly 1st, 1HX3.
The Post Office In this city will be open daily,
,-pt Sunday,
: boxe
Sundays «
ö.;uj a. m tu y p. in. I*
sihlc uulil 11 p.
on
Ir
. Private
1"
Ihle
vindow will close at 0.30 p
(11 close at 0 p. in.
follows :
The whole
!•
1 he
stain)
money order offic
MAILS Cl
Wilmingtoti k. Northern Railroad
Pa., and p<
south ol Chad«l's Ford, 7.40 a. u
Philadelphia clotted pou b, b.
Philadelphia aud wuyiuail. u
New York. Peuusvlvama a"'i point«
Reading
the Baltimore aud Central
aod
nun
a
to
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenburg
lo a. iu.
Philadelphia, New Y«jrk city. Pennsylvania
<1 New Jersey, 11.50 a. ui.
Philadelphia, .New York aud all poiuts east
aud weut, i.3u p. m.
Philadelphia, Ne'
and west, 4.40 p. in.
Philadelphia and New York cities closed
pouches. 0.35 p
Pennsylvania
points west and
AH points
days
York
i all point» eu«t
id
of Lançante**, and all
thwest 0.35 p. in,
th, east, west and southwest, 1
All Louisiana is »ent west except New Orleans
which is sent south on Mirougn mails.
SOUTH.
cf
the
Baltimore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all p
All points on the Peninsula, 8.30 a.
Suppllmeutary mail for the Peuiu ula, 0 a in.
Baltimore, VYa»hiugtou aud all points south.
south, 7 4o a. in.
and
and
the
12*30 p.m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Llkiou and
li vre de Grace, l;
Baltimore Central,between Port De
posit, and Ciiadd'» Ford, i2.30p.m.
Haiti
P<
1 a
: and Bay
, 4.40 p. in.
oi Harringiou, including
d St. George », 6.5U p in.
Delà
Baltimore, closed pouch 5 6o p. iu.
Baltimore, Washington aud all ]»olnts south
11 p. in.
j City
is
MAILS AKHIVK AND
Wilmington &. Northern Railroad 0.3
OU DJCL1VJ
iy
Fr
He
Nc
York, Philadelphia, Washington
Y'ork aud poiuts
to
them
good
ot
and all other points, »5
From Philadelpli.a,
north.
30 p. in.
, Ne*
•1 west, 8 3«) a.
illroiu Philadelphia. 8.30a.m.
Peninsula aud all north ot Harrington
F
way
Fr«
0.15 a.
Baltimore and way mall, y.50 a.
Baltimore, 12.1
Fr

,
Peninsula mail. 12.30 p. m.
Plnladelphia, New Y«»rk
«1 points
, Washington and points
Western Railroad, 2.90p. m.
Philadelpl.iH, New York and point»
und points
north and
. l.i
Kid
t r<
Halt him
south, 2.9"
$1.
!
De
Fr«
i • rr h
1 e
. 6.
kt»l
great
the
life
Fro
Baltimore. Watdiingt«
*1 w» utliwest, 6. .«» p. in
south
Carriers dilive
oral ; iu.
olh.ws : 0
.in . , gen
1" a. m.. partial ; t.3U p.
partial.
Irom »treêt b<>.'
tal :
. K«'
and
4.00 p.
<;.»i I«n:iio
« made by the
curriers at 0.3'J and lo a. in., 1.30 ami 4 p
An additional collection will be mail
all boxes be
7.3*1
Jefferson and
fro
Lo
bard
«1 Water and Thlrt
b »
inclusive, on miu. lay a lull ec
made at ; .uo p.m. Loc.-l lotte
«lei very »hould bo deposited in 1'ost i Iffioo to
minutes bolore tho hour of delivery
W Y. 8W1G4JET, I*
DEATHS.
Y A UN ALL.—In Newport, Del., on the 26th
Ins ., Eli/.a ö. laruall, in the 8^1 year of her
nd Men »«»ftlie famtlvar
!.. att* <1 the I u itérai. Vrni
will be
flop
did
oatmoater.
they
lft-iailv
fn I* m«
s Pf
it
1 2
day
I*-.
li
•b
ami
th*?re
whle.b
lost
ave.,
with«
»tic*. I
t the
LA ltkAiVA #t A Ha.
JOllNdUN & BARNHILL,
turnishing Undertakers,
several
S. W. COR TENTH & MARKET, STS.,
WILMINGTON, DKL.
KKSIDXNCXS :
eeks.
by
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson st.
**p20-mwMy-14
G. T. BARNHILL,
23d aud Tainal eu>.
HHOFHHHIUNAIa uamm.
solv«*d
JOHN C. COLE,
NOTARY PUBLIC, AND JUtJTICK OF TH i«
PEACE.
Wist
home.
all ; Uarl , BuUdlnfl, No. 101 West »lath street. Tele
li*" i " l " n *'" tH '.. . . *
D 88 J. N. «s J. B. HOBENÖACK,
DRY
with theeffeeteofHEl.F-ABUBlt
U'l M EKCP Kl Al.lltATIOhl should nut hesl täte
jucsnsult J. N. a .1. It. HOBKNBACK nf a* N.
second street. Philadelphia, either by mall or by
?to a 9 >n ' ^ rln,r hour» «»f 8 a. in to 2 p. m., and
.,f. d ^ ce Wh«7»oever should knew his con
dition and the way to improve It uhonld rea<!
••WISDOM IN ▲ NUT-SHELL."
receipt of 'i r«e-cent 8t«*mp.
Bent
et
sepu4
rouit rmusrrrATir».
$200 A YEAR
CAN BE SAVE!!
last
been
the
was
the
NT tU OMofRkx MAGNUS,«.. H.muton | Y .''
Fre ervellve. It i mo rve* Meat, Ftok. Milk,
' I. .on. Kg its and all . lint- T Anim »1 Food fresh |
i&sRhxstrtr&ätt hä;
u» is »Ik. h»>t trterf It. \.-u .•■■■ |lmn n r„r Ur
y. urwD for Sucent*. v «h will flnu that till» 1 m
money* 0 ** I *' W *** ** V * 5 ° U * * real of
' 7 * |
»he

In the Living Exp uses of the
Family
!
NO HOUKKll» MILK.
WHHLKURKAT.
N!
NO sTtlK r.CKi8.
nid k ti* U' lu fre-h an«t^w«cl foi
«I •eai€»i nip a t the -hirbt« h» T rr
»nb le»tr.jate.l fi is s., In t b I
ha din»
-ts onlv a ni
t, «-b, butten
hi is no liuiubug: Ills endorirfMl
4» Pr >f. 8am*I . John <>n -t Yale
legt*. Solij by 4» uga 1st* and grocers, 'ample
|K>u»»*ts M*nt t»ns paid »*jr utail or axun » (aa we
prefer) on receipt of price. Name your expn
office. Viuii.ilna brand f««r m at: «•«•«•an ax»«
for tl**h and »«'la f«K>d: c*n«»w FiaWe l«»r mtlk hotter
and ch«*esc4 Anil* r n mont. Anti-Fly
Mold, She. |M* ffie t h. P*«rl or e
h ami ÀqU'i -VItw
It
ui)
l K «. a-t.
elation
u on % is S liar .
II
..that a child ouu
less a« salt. aiJd
t •
I
«»uart ol u.ilk
uv surb
evil
At,(I
fluid l'Xtra' ù. per
lb
•h.
THE HUMImTON FOOD PRLSKKV1MJ
COMPANY,
72 K llby St., Boston, Maas.
f i
;

a
i<
6J
HAVE YOU TRIED ir?
the tii. d Adage, • hat -an «»i'nck '*r
PREVENTION lb W RTH A POUND of
4M ' KK, ' ' W A b NrVEK MORE APTl Y IL f*
TRÄTE!) TRAN HY HIM WHO TAKE« Hl«
OOSK OF TARKA NT'S «F. I. TZ ER APERIENT
BEFOUETHE »OHSlNüMKAL. FOR TN"T
ONLY GENTLY REG PLATE« AND • I HI
FI ES THF S VST EM HUT IS A PR"TF.«1IoN
AOA1NST DISEASE, WHICH N«» < » N E
Uülim TO 'DISREGARD. ALL DRL'GGIblB
HAVE IT.
st turn vLitTHiMu.
THÏ
GREATEST CUT
—OF—
ALL!
—AT THE—
MISFIT
PAUL O RS.
he
Prices Cut 50 Per Cent Î
Call and examine tlie prices
in the window. It will convey
a better impression ol our re
duction than a halt a page ol
reading matter. All the goods
in the store will be sold iu pro
portion. Now is the 'i*ne
while <iur stock is still full and
a good assorment to select
Irom.
Coats
I usters and Creole .Suits in
large quarters at the
1
in.
White Vests, Alapaca
Linen and Mohair
De
in.
MISFIT
PARLORS,
No. 1 East Fourth Street.
HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE Ï
m.
THE
ODOMETER
WILL TKLL.
Till» I n -.trm
tells
l-IUMli pi
•ut I» no larger tin
«ateh. II
» l»«r
the
gen
:
a mile; «•<
lies;
III «it.St tight :
il way»
the
ho
rL. l of a Buggy,
i; L easily a. a« ln «l
7.3*1
and
to Hie
Carriage, Sulky,
Wag. 11
•I « art, bulky Blow, Reap.
Mot
ilt.r
In valuable
• Drivers, Physician-, Fa
hide.
to 1.1 v«
to
26th
her
y i
be
1 * 1 «
orr, IJ
II, Kxpi*-tin
6 .
Pr let
It Ç5.Ui«'.t« Ii, .
lord th* pile* of
\Vh« u orilei Ing give «Harnet«
oth«

f tin- wli * . Sent by mall on
*c*lpt «»f price,
o«t l»al«l|
Address,'
McDMNM-L ODOMKTI K 14).,
2 North La ball* 81., ( biuago.
4bk*Sen<l for (jircular.
J O. M'COKMICK,
K. C()l|t. SEVENTH AND JEKKEtWON ST»
—Denier In—
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS.
Rist. »I
«lea o
FLOUR) VEGETABLES AND FRUITa.
—In nt-r
J.
T. OAKDNER'S
-CELI BRATED—
ICE CREAM.

PICNICS,
EXCURSIONS,
and FESTIVALS,
Tele
pnlle«l at special rates. Kinall cans for fain 11
rpo»' » a ape. laltv—packed in Ice and d« live
all pahs Ol the city.
special
3
täte
N.
by
and
con

J. T. Gardner,
N W. COR. SEVENTH & SHIPLEY STS.
M 23-31«
REPRINTED FROM YE8TE ROAY
PKJiSIOK rRAUIM.
Who Give« this
Wollen Pin plie, t«*l
élty
Philadelphia, July 25.—On June 28
l*ii'Um which had
•:ll» ( Arp- nier for
her He
last an application (or :
been made by Mrs. Pr
the death of her husband, John Carpenter,
was passed by the Pen.-i n Otllee, and the
papers bearing that dat» were forwarded to
the p nidoQ agent, Sickei, and the applicant.
| Y .'' k r , I " r i t y r r.T , T?.V Ur |'"', r i 'l m Uffl',1 'iZ
Carpenter called at tii.A . nrlou UID« e and
| mad«* demand for the I . n* v. 1 he Voucher
— »**•*-•*«» -» ** » . 1 "«■
Ur slRm-d h.r msrk, an.. u>
eonipatiied her sigiKMl their names George
Smith and Ilenry Frank. A check on the
Bub-Treasury for $1,786.97
huinlcd to the woman. She appeare«! at the
Sub-Treasury this rooming au«l drew the
Money,
mau
that she had not been g
tiou ul tile money. She »-:« 1*1 her uame was
Lillian L Briggs' of Wniningiou, Del., that
»he bad uever seen either ol the rueu until
yebterday, When alie iu<% them on the street
and wa-. pert-uadd to impersonate Mrs.
Carpenter knd obtaiu tue money. After
securing the money to-day she said Frauk
s« i&edttie package and ran away. Detee
tives wore at once plat ed
both men were arreste r Smith was rencog
nixed as George Rankin, a professional ball
goer. When Frank
the money waa fouu«l in his possession.
The prisoners were arraigned before Utilted
Biaisa Commissioner Itibltou*, and Frank
were commuted in default of
who ac
d
draw
the
Qon aft« iwards
reported t
IM »lice
a fair pi«»por
the
the case and

ft art bed f 1,635 of
ri.tKio twi
arni tlic : w
lor a further heuring to morrow,
othKO win held iu (1,040 bail a* a
wilUChS,
u nu/
wi
MltM. PEABODY !H.
The Mr«. Peabody referred to iu thealKive
dispuett) I« the woman w no created so much
; inpathy for tertklt in tbi* city, from a
wetfteru city, alwiut 1» months ago, by mak
ing it appear that she had been deserted by
h« r husband. TLe man, Charles Peabody,
denied that he and the woman find
ever been marri« «1, aud rid used to
have anything to do w itli her. After perse
curing him for M*vtral «lays, she was louud
afternoon Jyltig in the rain and snow on
a tornBUtCfie ut Old 8armies cemetery. Au
empty phial labelled laudanum
was at Jtifr side, Irom which the
woman atat4*d she had drank a
deadly potion In |lopcs of coding her miser
able existence. 8he was n'inoved to the
house of a neighbor where she was altemied
by Ur. Wales, and soon recovered. Shortly
after »he met her alleged husband
and threatened lo shoot him for
which offence she was an este«] and
given a hearing, but was discharged. About
five mouths ago she overtook Peabody on a
i< alu, (u route for Chester, with a young
girl who he wan going to marry. The dis
curded wile carri du cowhide aud created
considerable excitement iu ihe ear by cow
hiding the couple. 8he was interfere«! with
and made
until Chester
tho couplt dtarTpbarked at Chester «he re
newed the lashing to both so vigorously that
Peabody assault« <1 le r, ami in his despera
tion drew a revolver and threatened to shoot
her If she further Interfered or lui| eded his
trip to tire alderman's where the ceremony
was to have been perhirmed. For the usr>ault
arres ed and at the recent session of
Delaware county courts, was convicted and
sentenced to a term in jail for carrying e
ccalcd weapon«, assault and battery. The
Masonic fraternity hire, the
alleges, assisted her iu prosecuting the man.
She also claims to be a member of the
6J
furl her
attempt
tVbeu
died.
»an
Geneva Red Cross A
i *re
l»a«lge aud carried credentials of which sbe
ery proud.
Kiioum,
VVithout exception,
iti the State,
modeled. Ne
We have made entire ehange In our hclj
and now have tirst-cl
î the fiucst furnished
The o|»cratitig r«M*m is re
«1 improved lustruineut*.
men. What we
propose to do is to give you first quality ol
w->rk equal to any made in' the city, at the
same ohf prie*«. We show you proof and
guarantee satisfaction, our gauery is »useu
only six days of the week. Sutterley & Co.,
2U8 Market street. Arthur Clare, manager
Î
•Among the
: the
.-t effi •acious of remedial
the
•dual préparât!
Mrs. Lydia K. Piukhain, Ly
in
X
r.Tb.
Local ijMoti
lour torrecied Dully
street Marke) .
jomian
. 417 FRMVOH HTKKST .
per hu
tlu
hav, mu
.
MORROW,
wTC ui
Hay..
Straw
(ju:b.
*
Bran, double
bushol.
61
4 J racked
Middling»,double bushel
:
. . P00
•are* meat,
»U
She led
(J-rouud
mind «»at«..
M*S. COl'LTRV,
I. H. FRANK A
.. 86
.. OORKtfOTl.
, 600 KINO
It. wbuieHaito 4 .2') m t .23
* retail.25
* " wholesale. .20
* " retail.26
daily
Print butter, i.
Prlut ••
Tub ** '
Tub . "
Eggs' wholesale per dosen
Egg«, retail, p
Chickens, al. v
Chicken», dre
Chicken»,alive, retail
Chicken«, dr«-.
Cheese, whole
Cheuse, reiaii,
BKKF OUKKUCTKL* DAILT
naoOND STEMMT M
.23
.30
Ah
.90
.25
i«»ien...
wholesale
,«1 whoietiaie.. .12
. J2
.16
.
•i, retail.
lo, per pound..
.in
18
.10
.14
*.12^1*
.18
WILLIAM OLAVJSY
.^.rl«>in steak» p
Rump
pound.
aks per pound,
pouud.
und......
ound ..
. .90 Q .96
.1« a .18
.93
Hound
Ï
Rib roast per
CJhuck roast p^. ,
St*!Wtng pieces..
Bolling bit» per «
.20
.14 tt .16
16 5 - ,V H
.8 te .10
.26 Q
und .
Sli
Kidney fat.i
- bclH|.,
Lu tub ro
pound
pound —
pound....
Mutton cip'ps, per pound..
Veal cutlet , . *
V»*Hl ».
1*
21
.24
.16 n .2b
.12
<>
it
p*»und..
pound...
't a.'TIf U DAI I. V
•20 a
)0 <n
II
.{
K - l
the
lies;
STALL 0, BKOONDHTHAUT U.MIKKT.
wholesale retail
«l
Smokud hu
Snounier».
Dried beef
alt Hitch
Smoked bu
Uologna
Lard.
nsM.
14
1 :
1
19
' I
6
1.
.
!..
16
rran daily
b rasin' makumt
POWSLL,
Pike.
Rock Hah. por pound.
White P
Trout, por
Halibut, p
<Jatnah j
BiacU n
HI .e flab
. .H
.16 O
.Pi o
20
, por pound
und .
It.
d.
-12H
*.i5Ä
.12>'
1
app
Haddock...
Market o«>«l
Pifkerol
Butter tt.-h
. N
16
. . 1 »
VSOMTABLSS.
Potatoes, per half-p«»ca.
Sw cat ie tat«; •», per ha,If p«vck..
Cabbage, p 0 r head.
Turnips, per naif peek.
. .14
.1
.8
t: YE ti/. ASHlJS.
KSTAHLISHED 1783.
SPECTACLES
Hilpert«
«1 skillful work
ilned, have given
Hpertades a NATIONAL REPUTA
TION.
lei
kilp
OPERA GLASSES !
TELESCOPES !
11
3
W. M. & J. 0. M'AIlister
728 CHESTNUT ST.,
PHILADELPHIA.
MMDIVAL .
Don't fail to try the Great
Remedy, the CELEBRATED
In
We
H. H. H.
MEDICINE
A Friend to the Afflicted l
AS A FAMILY REMEDY It ha« no equal.
Oak
Thousand» bear testimony to IUgreat
-j» cun* of the folio« Iqk diseases (
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, DIPHTHE
RIA, PARALYSIS, PAIN* IV THF. HEAD
AM) HACK, FROSTED FEICT.STIFP JOINTS,
LAMENESS, PLEURISY, and for all;esternal
uw», and
worth tor
LL
FOR 'UTERXAL USE
4'holers Morboa, Crauips, P*lns in
or Bowels. Dos*— from 9) drop t«»
half a teanpoonful In water. Never red«»* * for
• sternal us*. Every family should keep It on
hand «a H ta a never-falllnjr boimehohl remedy.
The II. H. H. metllclne Is an Infallible cur* l*n
DIPHTHERIA, If used according t<* the fol
lowing directions:
>Miurat« a mualln or linen cloth and bind II on
the throat lor about thirty minutes,
drv cloth aver It
F«»r C'mdera,
« e Stomach
at
we
you
your
Do
<1 put N
aporat on rr»n.
;
prevent th*
pxHktng ufl, and when Uiorouuhl) hi.»tert*«l,u|>« > ti
lli. blister with a needle, and take a cloth and
ulisorb the water that paas«*« » . then takes cloth
•I spread thick with pureho:'» lar«L
the blister an«l change ev try hour, which
the disease thro i
it
will absorb all
no internal uiedlelin will beuae I« deice
Uve meillrlne. Children »liotR ■
mon than ten minute».
This has uever been known to
«Hr* etefll.
1 the pores, and
rept a pur
be nllatered
us« d a*
II w|
K)H HORSES.
N u lior»«anati »bouhl iw without a poRn I
able In case of accUk-ut, as It U a
the fbllowing diseases of ihe horse:
or Sprained Joints, Sore Shoulders
lUi i.s, 1 brush in Feel, Scratches,
Fistula, Poll Evil, Distemper, Curb, BpUut
at
e loi
c
JnC
BLOOD OS BONK 81'AVIN,
Rl n ir bon and will remove ail Swelllnir*
< allons Lumps left from kicks «W oihcr WruLe
without Inpirtng the growth ot Hie hair. H »
proved • sur» cure. For
Kpl/oollc and Dis
.blespoonfuls In a
r «irtiik when watering, and bathe the thro»«
until It Idlslers, Uten put a cl<»th around tm
throat to keep It warm.
Th*above Invaluable tnctllriue I
ne to Ih* envied by h
I « rude Oil Llnlmeuts that lall to |
H-omrneuded to d<>, and
false recotrimendat Ions t<» palm
them ufl on tue public. The H. II. 11. Medlrlui
Is ]»ret»ar*d from the very bc.»t *«.-« ntisl oils ami
other very coally arth le», «if which «
co*U as much as ten p4»imdi> of any
ts put In or<llnai y Uiiluients, ami the proprh
ot possibly advertise
class of liiitmenis «I«»,
pay Hk ei|>*na*; so
knowb-dK»* «.I the-lltb
•Heine ami
theuiselve
fron
ol cobl water, I
ti.. >
MSiibed I«
dreds of mini
It M il a Is
Ik
i"i i«
for
you
owu
for
that
do
lish
- >
T.\n\,
it
th
nil th«* protit w< n Id - ii«»i
that those who have mi y
» between a flrst-rbi.
sit Inferior article, will n«'t suiter
be buiubumied
CERTIFICATES:
$5.00
same
at
A. A. Walton,of Huntington Valley. Monta«»
cry county. Ta., write* that he bad n lam* back
f«»r a great many v* ars: had »uttered a great deal,
vor iound anything to ludp miu until h«
* H. H. II. Medicine, vrblch mad» a pvr
i. ■
! • UM'.
Hamuei Carmen, Ifc-naaleni township. Kueka
uty, l'a., says it ban been worth a lnou»aii<l
dollar* to him in curing bl« Kheuraathin.
I dealers every «» here,
have It in btoek
t be put oil with
$8.00,
same
at
For »ale UydrugKlrt*
If y u r dealer «iœ s not ha
have him get II for yuu.
Inferior artleie.
D. Dodge Tomlinson,
PROPRIETOR »n.l MANUFACTURER,
Philadelphia, Pa.
you
town
4KR"8om« thi.ig ( new t
i-v month In reganl u*
T 'UE FI HI.1C IS REQUESTED CARE
FULLY t • noth*« the new and entartre
»eherne to be drawn monthly.
«"CAPITAL PRIZE, 97t,(kO. «•
Tickets, only $6.
Share» tu proDOrtloi..
••«TMS
Louisiana State Lottery Co
out
"We do hereby certify that we
pervtse th«
arrangeuieoU fur all the MonUtly and Seiuk
Anaual Drawing» of The Louisiana »late Lottery
d In person manage and control the
Company,
Drawing» tbemsclvea,
ducted with U<»uesiy, Tal
d ali partie», and
tbU certificate, with fac-»linle* «»
«I that the sann, are c«»n
a, and iu good faUli
authorise the
pan y
our »lgnalure« attached, ln IU a«lvertisemem»."
not
■»louera.
incorporated In iwm f«»r £b
tur« for Educational and (
with a
year» by the Legt hi a
diarltable purposes
capital of tl.on,ono—to which a r*»ervs
over fVio.üno ha» sine«- t»eeii added,
over whelm tug popular
was made a part ef the u
adotited Deceinlier 2*1, \
The only Lottery ev
bv the people «»r any state.
It never scale» or tond nonet,.
!T*S GKANI* SIN44I.R NffMHEK DRAWING» I
"'»*■• »-onibiy.
A Hl'l.ENlllll OPPOHTTJNITY TO WIN A
KotTUNK. RIU11TH l,HAM. U II AW IN (1.
fund of
By
rranc.nifte
reaent 3 täte 45*n« Atnti..n
. D., lt>70.
voted
and endors* u
Capital Prize, $75,000
Siva.. KAOH. as
ERA4TIONM, |.. I* I |»T H h lu P Ro •*« * RTH » \
'Sïïï
10,1)10
*7«J j
m !
i
the
j
^
— ! ing
to
lor
.« AP1TAL PRIZE..
I CAPITAL PRIZE.
! CAPITAL PRIZE
5 P
10 Pris*« «>f
I,
in
:*
)
».nor
•00 I*
3V'l I
MO P
t.f W Prize» of
:
if
üü ..
a
APPROX IM .
► N PHIZRA
0 Apnr«»
Matlrn i»t
* «if »750 . fd,75ft ;
4,6*.
50
a
- •»
2 2 2)
1 067 Prises, amounting to.
Application for raU*H to clubs ahoubi only b* !
ma le t-» t)u-office of th*e<.im.(f>v tn V. w < »riHtn«
For further Information write clearl , giving
fnll address. Address P. 4). Money Urdcra
Keglalered Letters to
NKW OKLEAN.S NATIONAL BANK,
New orb
, La.
Ordinary letters by Mall
Kxpr*
M. A. D * UPI1 IN,
N«-w Orl*
Or, M. A. DAUPHI'L
OOT Hovunth at.. W abiiiiiL'tou, I). (J,
J^JNDEMAN PIANOS
A 7axitaVB Stolnwuy Squate.
A 7-octave Chase Square.
Haines Upright, and s flue Tte net
«17A. at
41
!
LINDEMAN BROS.,
171 & 173 W Fourth St.
UIHULNMATla Ü,
WAXAMiKKK » HBUBK.
1
In Men's and Boys' Clothing is
always to be hna at Oak Hall.
We cannot afford to have it
otherwise.
Tl e Best Bargain
Wanamaker & Brown,
Oak If all, sixth and Market 8tr««u.
PHILADELPHIA
tLUiHlAU.
Trade Dollars Redeemed
at the Wilmington Clothing
House, Fourth and Market
streets.
We
will receive
Trade Dollars at par value for
goods purchased ol us to the
»mount of One Dollar and up
wards. Now is the time to
dispose of them, and remember
we «re olli'ring Sja-cial 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 abetter oppor
tunity to save money.
Yours Truly,
JnC W. DlEFENrtOttP & Co.
GO ELSEWHERE
for your Clothing by all means If you think
you can do lietter, but it you regard your
owu intcreêt come and «ee what we can do
for you, aud It may interest you to know
that owing to our small expenM*« we can and
do «oll '20 per cent, le«« than up town eatab
lish meut«. Now for a few items. At
STAR CL* »THING I1ALL
$5.00 will buy a good Working Suit, th*
same that you would'have to pay $6.50 for
at the up-town establish ment«. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$8.00, will buy a neat Casslmcre Suit, the
same that you would have to pay $10.00 for
at the up-towu 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 establishments. Our Clothing Is well
made and well trimmed. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded.
Star Clothing Hall,
iso MARKET STREET.
To Cash Buyers!
" e have inaugurated a
sweeping reduction' in all
classes of our Ready-made
Clothing. Determined to close
out our Spring and Summer
stock, we offer inducements to
our patrons such as they
not get at any other establish
ment in this city.
can
In our Merchant Tailoring
Department we are offering
superior styles of Foreign and
I TY««« a' C *a* y rr
Domestic Suitings and Trous
A °
«U»g8 at greatly reduced
prices. Suits to order as low
u
as $15 of All-wool Diagonals.
p
We have a superior cutter and
1
j first-class workmen, and in all
! cases guarantee a good fit.
i New styles in light-weight
suitings constantly being
ceived as fast as they come on
the market.
j Our large stock of Boys' and
^ Children's Ready-made Clotli
! ing has been reduced to a
price that must compel them
to move. Now is your chance
lor good goods at low prices
;
rc
2)
!
at
John H. Moore,
228-MARKET ST.-228
as-tmiif
SSSSi»'*OM ÏESTtuoT,
hawking and decker
1 h.lr PlnMieui DUBcmi-, ,
„ •** « ii> c„„„, be
The diffieultv U t» vu n ,V ,
e* Striçtaut IAekcr, with ,, 7 awkln » Ml
amount of money u,e the < , ^ %
count of clolhlnif, whii-h »'•
*»' S
the Poiic* r...,,,,,• 1 » l !. , *,r it .V'^ !on °f
où^U- /urouei-A 'îi,,- 7r. M .,i' 1! ''
ïï*."-» Ju *'"*• •««. VSjfc
A member of the Polie»
coimr&atlon with a reprit .
GlZKTTB, tblh lltttiiiKiti. faiil ' V "*
»natter could hav«* been w *mi.- *
sllvhteet difficulty ha«' *"
adopted. When the matter
of. . h«* committee
**«»!*,
C
»roinlib!^ | a
"bole
W the
" a V l^g
supiMiN-1 »».H» ?» #l ! , ! kea
would be able to »tub' with i, , i * l,M
It'll Hu.' mat'Air Iu bla hmi.l. Il,( f
ibe di»iat*Ml of Dicker Cl.i. I l| 7 h ,(t,r
to uit »iih a nm 11 ■, 1 18 I
Kiv,- McUee, Dtr'lctr'a .uc. »
|K>rilon ol tin- mnuty, a. Midi,, ».
p<-lk'd lo Ktl a a'hob- auit »1 .1,. t dK n ' B *
only purchased a pair t.i ' p . n „ out S ul
appropria'ion. 01 >1»
''Thjs staleinint Irak d , l.u.-bi.. ..
ao 1 mid lit thuuld iro ..t , *? f
»» be thought rlL'bi. s„„ r >ij »Ä*
Hawklna came to . it airain and , u 1 ,
come to the couclualou t.. divide
equally bttwceu the two. 1 b,|! ZT
ebould use hla owu Jndano M, a, he knT.o
well how Ui aettle tue Uiatu r x- 1 did
•'When U.-1'ker went lo the c'd.-f r,„ m
!"»> the Chief and he bad hil
about the division ol tin* | Ull ,i s
Chlet said thul a
the
i»T
•n«* Work
s - w heii the
ember nt the Police r
mltfe* had told hin. t- m.kv it,,- .iivtaloJu
he lia 1. Decker eauu-'to m- and Mated hu
1 fuui "| «•>»> i>" w,~ ..„imSh
the full afnmiut.whether he I.uuvl.t elothin
nr net, and I then uiiul. up n' v '.nirilt
hrluK it before tl.e comniitn . , » Iflit ijL ,
Uteker'8 cl »Ini »■> |fl 50, t, llt th( , ch j
» y- that he wii »ii»[H'Ui]e.l without M
May 8, the comntittee hue derided to ri.
hlm I5.8S. 1 tecker'» name »ill
the pay roll to-night f«.r that amount, whic
will be »ubtracteil from McGee's salary
The tact that the committ.-c Htially knj|
the matter iu baud has made the Chief fe
very b dly toward the
cImIiub »hould back up the aMlontnfhij
».•II and the Mayor. Till» the rntnmIUt
»ay they are perlertlv wllliue v
do wlicnevt r tl.e Chid i. In thi- riebt.hi
as he was wrong iu this Instance tloy it Uri
pose doing justice to cx Sergeant I lecker, (i
w hom they have the most kind 1 y feeling.
"liougli mu ttttts.i'
Clear« out rata, mice, roaches, flies, soJ
b-d-bug», akuuks, chipmunks, gophers. l|
c*uU. Uruggit-tH.
«•I Haw A Very Ta»y Ghost '
A charming young lady ol Brunklyova
relating some of the trouble sh«* iu«l hadi
• he night The ghost which had w«lkr
inUi her room lo«»k*d something like siol
'tiling like a w;
ster and
remembered that she had enjoyed s ve
good slipper ot lobster salad
flow it
bed 1 u the morning, .-lie remarked that#1
alwats kept a bottle of Peukv Davis's Pu
Killer in her room, aixl tha* tw «» ino*!era
dose« of this moat « thrient remedy In
driven the ghoat away.
When ask
that »he w
Malaria
in all Its forms positively cured with Emo
Standard <'
purely vegetable, joutai
Other poisonous agencies, endorsed by ph
siclans aud sold by druggists every#tier
25 aud 50 ceute.
ills, e
•v»*r-lailitig reined
«{uiiiiDe i
Work CHveu our.
On receipt of your addicts we will mi
fi to
M«*u, Won i
II. ( . Wilkin«
street, N<
an offer by which you ci
evenings, at your horn»-.
Boy*
& Co., 195 and 197 Fuit»
York.
Girls can do it.
Kitlerprntlug Local A Kent»,
wanted in this town for
s to sell, live «iruggitst»
ferre«!. A«ldre«s Humistoii Food Prem
live Co., 72 Kilby
article tbit
«1 grown p
r<i t, Dosloli.
Weak lungs, spitting of b
and kindred »fle dIon«cured
Adilri'fs for Livutise. with t
Di-ck.nsahv M
N. Y.
L'
.
al Association. Burt»
cm
4

yjrS
a
m
.V
7,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'
VEGETABLE COMPOUB
Is n Positiv«* 4'tire
r»r .11 tho» T".T7.ruI t'urapluln'. »"« ' Vl '* 1 *'
common to our bc»t female popu
A Me.licinp for Woman. IiiTpnteflbjf»««"
Prepared by a lVoman*
•f HI
»rry Sin« the Da
tyit revives tho drooping spirits,
ral lustre
The Armiert M«*4l«*al IH
kamn.mizo*« the organic
Brmnr-s to the »top, rent'»
•ye, and plants on tho pale cheek of w
»M of lit»'» »prln* ».I'l »»rlj »um.iKru
Y»"Phy»(ci3ns Use It and Prescribe It
ovo» fotntn.'»», flatulency, dmlroys sfl
s 11
tM
kn.-« of the *1"®**
. causing
.ently rur.*l'Tlb u
For the cure or Kldary l'oiupl*l" ,,of '' , ' ber
tht» Compoaud le u»wrp««' J *
Î. PINKHAM*8 ,,
— -■"• *' ie ayiaft 1
for stimulant, and relieves w
Thai foi ling of bearing do
and backache, 1» always perman
LTD!A E
will erad.cn
Blood, and give tone and
. m« 0 r child. Io»
Both the Compound and Blood Tnrlflw «» I
M 233 aud ÏB5 Weatern ATonuo, Lynn, • lh( /«
•Ith. r, $!. Six buttle» tor |& S,-nt hr ,
erf pill», or ofUmrnipm. on mx-lpt oU^
for either. Mr». Plnkham freely " ns " _ )bW
Inquiry. Endow 3et »temp. Send fur |rf j
No frimilv should bo witiioot rTi'J* ^ i.iUoilia*
asïS^SKï^a'Â*^ o.
«rf-SoM by »H I)ruK*i»l»' **
JRON RAILING»
-AND
IRON WORK.
roB buiuiin«»
P. WALTON A Cl
J.
(JN 4PI' 1
ESTIMATES FURNI8HKD
CATION.
Sixth S ' !
552 & 554 VV.
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