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oU i.uh ^ he replied, "If you »re
• ,, " «„lUlInf room you have only
f " r * J ir ] am going there."
M 0 "™'followed him, aud after a few
'»" wd » han<1 * 0 , me 1 h , üu "
H* ! ',f . cordially received by a
1 !; «Iiitlei»»»- Many young
• IV willed »bout a green table;
alrcany , k aultteelit.lde them,
1 hour he bad loat hi. 200
man
"Ry
I, I«« ll«' 1 ""
»»■ , „lit 08 bud >8 I» poeelble lor a
B'*r B Vl'eve. Iiiuuelf beloved. He bad
"'•Tul, which to i«y lor a dinner, but
**M I ,| ia i which troubled him.
w,"uo Mo now," be »»Ued hlrnwlf,
"VTuat a T(J K | llim 1„ thi. city eau I
Uhl be willing to loan me
f 1 ?' III,- hmise wtiicli I cannot Mill"
S'iu tbi* h ® "•*, " U J ° w
i„,iid ii it hesitate to addre»» him
î l r '. „15l.lt enough to dl cIom the clr
" which he found him.elf. Tbe
cut -h »Ire to buy tbe bouae;
to see It only from curiosity, or
sutiufy bin couaclonce,
, „ » doa when paeelnv by
" Iuto » klbheu, the door
,|i is open, to »ee If {here la any
jT.ual. But t.'roielllea waa to auch
air so «ad, and .<> »tripped of all
' ,h„t iiie lew could not realst the
^ïiùS of Inconveniencing hUuelf a
Zb, pay fort he house. He offered Ins
1 . „inner ol what It waa worth.
Unît,Vit, raced him, called him bla
SS and deliverer, blindly «igued a cut
L ,„ u irae', a,„I the following morning,
oH.M new loule, »Urted again for
politely and
I
da
d
ittDCfl* I* 1
w bad du
f b*Q E° ,ie
l£f
ther,
«Liium: whrii* he had beeu
Lly mint'd tliu ulKbt before,
fin Ills way be pawil altmlf the wharf. A
2|"««itiuK »ail; the wind waa (feutle,
calm. Ou every side merchant«,
iu uniform were corn
's were wheeliug im
(j urB marl m* ollictrs
Porte
LjbJclTuf mercbaudlae. Light boats
mol tbe waiiT in every direction; paaacn
n welt «ayiliv tlielr larewi 11»; on caco
ce could L-c read tear, Impatience, hop.;
o j„ ibi* midst ol s 11 the buatla which «ur
fliided U, 'be niujestle .hip wa» towing
AJy. ew< lliutf lis proud sails,
ri» ik'liiibllul il would be, thought Crol
llet, tu risk in this way all that ona poa
I seek a fortune beyond tbe
Inspiring to watch that ship
,nsrt toll'll Willi so lunch riche», with tbe
„L ol so many lamllle. I What joy to
return, bringing hack double ol what
tru-ifi I" H, prouder aud richer than
1 not one of thoee
KRbama ! Who cannot 1 play In that way
ij 400 louis !
a on » hu ll to try
As
Wliy
id.
hrD 11 ^
What a greeu taolc that vast
'a fortune ! Why
: bale» of cotton silk ?
[»re veut .ne, ßluce I have the
houiil 1 not buy so
hat C
ouevf Why should that captain refuse to
joodhf And who knows—instead
» lose this poor little all of mine
, I might double It, per
ipt> triple it,, In an honorable enterprise I
I Julie really loves
rilling to wait. Beveral ye»rs, and
faithful until 1 ean marry her.
•h procures benefits
ie thinks; there la no lack of
ttunm- »I quickly made and unexpected
mums gained thus on these changing
raws Why should Providence uot bless
u attempt made with a purpose so laudable
d worthy ol its protection 9 Among these
much
f going
a gaiubliuLT r<>
«he will
;i
' I; ,
"I
au
nerebaiim who have amassed
realth and w l.«i send their ship6 to the ends
lithe garth, there is more than one who
Gnalier sum than mine,
hey have proepered with the aid of God;
hyihouhl not 1 prosper iu my turn? It
lair wind is whistling In
bese salle, and that this vessel inspires eon
:, the die is cast; I will speak
Itothiscaptuiu, whose appearance I like; I
»rill then write to Julie, aud I hope to be
come a skillful merchant.
The greatest danger which people who Hre
always a little foollsi
ICCtl Willi
ionic Hi
1
, is that of occa
:rly so. The poor boy,
Im iln r reflection, put his caprice
execution. Finding goods to buy,
Nhrn one liuh money und knows nothing at
ill about them, is the easiest thing in the
world. TliccapUiu, to oblige Cmlbllles,
took him lo the store of one of his friends,
who sold hiui us much eottou aud silk
could pay lor; 1 he whole, put on a drag,
vs» quickly curried on board. Croisilles,
in eddary and lull of hope, had himself
vriltcu hi- name in large letters on the
b»i »; he watch d them stowed away with
unutterable joy; the hour of departure soon
arrived and the ship swung off from the
wharf.
uonally b« c. ming
with.
VI.
ry to say that In this tranaac
lion CmisillcH had retained nothing; more*
or r, lu» house whs sold; all that
Jo him w i»h tin: clothing » hut he had
fcoiue, and not a sou. With all the be*t in
tentions in the world, Jean cojld have no
luea that bis matter was reduced to such a
•Irak. Croisilles
left
; no
not too proud, but
k»cardes» to tell him; he took to sleeping
undi-r the filar*; und as f«*r his meals, here
» the calculation that he made; he supposed
that It would he »ix months before the ves
•el which carried his fortune would return
toHavrc. He sold, not without regret, a
8old watch which his father had given him,
whi. li luckily he had retained. It
Drought him 3(1 luuis; that was enough to
''»t'oii for about h Jx months, at four sous a
He had no doubt that it was sufficient,
, » reaf-bured lor the present, he wrote
™ Mademoiselle Godeau, to tell her
? .tod he had done. He carefully re
iraiued from alluding iu the letter to his dis-?
contrary, he announced that
cd in a
w»: "11 thi
he bad eugai
.lip results of
•pH'lly Mini :
'Thurm
ugnifluent business
which would be
•: lie explained that the
*hip ot 150 tons burthen was
wmug to the Hal tic his cottons and hia
fillks. H,. ..
. rented her to remain faithful
fM-Gfr. reserving to himself the right to
''»r a »till louger time, aud on hia part
be vowed eternal love.
, len Madcmoihclle Godeau received tho
hpr » r ' i , vvas h, at<;d l>y the tire, bolding lu
_ . Ittl , » f, ' r kicreeu, one of those bulletins
arr?* i " N lt l ,0, t towns, which note the
nul and departure of the nhipn, and at
l * ,imu trive news of accident*. She
5 might he supposed, taken any
matters oj this kind, and
glanced at a single
bulletins. Croiaillcft' letter
of her reading the
holding; the first word
uv. ,lu ' lu ' r eye» was the name of
Fri t. Y' 1,1 hll, l ) ha<1 Btrauded on the
tarînl 1 00 mm 1 the very night after its de
rrtut um " cr, ' w ha<1 1)66,1 Baved with
lot,! ' k ul, y» all the cargo had been
Mad,
Hi.
JrittrM i„
bail ne V r (
»tuet of ilicBe
»as the
Vl'
cause
on '' »liicl. she wi
which
mpini Godeau at this news re
koowi IT 1 lo,,lrer ,hat Crol-illes had
mu..», p ^ U) 1u t hi ® poverty; she was as
of « d mb il it had been a question
lent. !". ., n; in an illBt »nt, the horrors of a
drow *i ' 1 "i raK ' ntf wibds, t e cries of the
all t, ru,n the man she lovtd;
them ' • r "i ulBlteB of a romance presented
ami i V. K l<) ller mind. The bulletin
ron- , u, ' r feH from her hand; she
iiiv in,^ r6ll, *y troubled, and with beat
rahilHy, ' "! lli p yw «»''d with tears, walked
thil , i " * a,M * forth, resolved to act in
t° I,,. d yey, Mud ttbkiug hersell what
thelîtr 1 ' l,liH ^ be B »id about love: that
Bim i )i6r a,id
a ,u ' f' ,e argument against it may be,
ss It has of common sense,
thi. »! l Mr ? e,,fc il becomes. It is a blessed
fei tBis ioliy 0 f t h e heart; we would be
j** r '»^ed without it.
eiih!!r , i a,1 ^ i iull6r room, without forgetting
in it • r an ' or tlie K Ia,,ce at the mirror
88 » Ju » 6 sa, *k back iuto her easy
mtitn . bovver could have seen her at that
ht t Wou ^ f ,ave enjoyed a lovely sight;
sparkled, her cheeks were burning;
. a Jeep sigh, and murmured with
i,i, enjoytuent of her sorrow:
boyl he has ruined himself for
ac
was
in a
»'"ft. ü« ü.
l he more
After having
chair.
she J
tl
tte!"
hemiv 18 t !* e which she would in
had iJV* ler <aLher » Mademoiselle Godeau
her own right a legacy left her hy
her mother. She bad never thought of It;
at thle moment, or the Sr»t time In
her life, ehe remembered that ehe had at
her disposal 500,000 francs. The thought
madfi her smile, a strange, daring, utterly
feminine scheme—a scheme almost sfe Insane
as CroUelles himself— -rame into her head;
she thought over the plan lor a few minutes
then resolved to put it in o execution.
8he began by inquiring if Croisilles had
not some relative or friend—-her maid was
sent ont to investigate. Alter a thorough
examination they discovered in the fourth
story of an old house, a half decrepit aunt,
who never left her arm-chair, and who had
not beeu out of doors for four or five years.
This poor woman was very aged, and
seemed to have been sent, or rather left to
the world as an example ol human misfor
tunes. Blind, gouty, almost deaf, she lived
alone in an attic, but a cheerfulness
stronger than misery and sickness was sus
taining her to her eightieth
giving her still an enjoyment
neighbors never passed her room without en
terlng, and the old-fashioned airs which she
hummed were the delight ol all the girls ol
the vicinity. She possessed a small income
which sufficed to support her. Ah long as
* tylight lasted she knitted; beyond that, she
d not know what had takeu place since
the death of Louis XIV.
It was to this respectable old lady that
Julie confided her secret. She dressed her
self for the occasion iu all her fin* ry;
feathers, laces, ribbons, diamonds, nothing
was snared; she wanted to dazzle her; but
real beauty in this undertaking came
which animated her. She
and rickety stairway lead
ing the good lady's apartments, aud, after
the most cordial of bows, spoke in much
these words:
"Ysu have, madame, a nephew Darned
Crolsil les, who loves me and has asked for
my hand; I also love him, and would like to
murry biin, but my father, M. Godes u, a
farmer-general of this city, refuses his per
mlsflioti for our marriage because your
nephew is not rich. I would not for the
world be the cause of a scandal,or give pain
to anyone, so I could not think of disposing
of inysclf without the consent of my family.
I have to ask a favor of you which I entreat
you to grant; it is that you will yourself
come and propose this marris gc to ray
father. I have, thank God, a small fortune,
which is at your service; you can draw,
when you please, 600,000 francs at ray no
tary's. You are to suy that this sum be
longs to your nephew, and In effect it does
really belong to him. It is only a present
which 1 wish to make him, it Is a debt I pay
m*; for as I am the cause of Cr Isille's
ruin, it Is only just that I should repair it.
My father will uot yield easily; you will
have to persist, and display a little courage,
my part, will uot fall you.
one iu the world except my
self has any coutrol over the sum of
which 1 spoke to you, nooue can ever know
how It came iuto your hands. You are not
very rich, I knew, aud you may fear that
people will lie astonished to see you make
such a gift to your nephew. But remember
that my father does not know you, that you
show yourself very little in the city, aud
consequently it will Ikj easy for you to pre
tend that you have just arrived arrived from
some foreign couutry. This step will cost
-ou some inconvenience, no doubt; you will
lave to leave your ea-y chair, and give
yourself a little trouble; but you will make
two people happy, madame, aud If you have
ever knowu what it is to love, I hope that
you will not refuse me."
The good lady, during this speech, had
been by turns surprised, disturbed, touched
and charmed. The last words persuaded
her.
a
year aud
life. He.
da
d
i
Iroru the
climbed
purpuM
the dark
'
As
*
" Ycs.my child," she repeated mauy times
"I know what it is, I know what it is."
As she spoke she made an effort to rise;
her weak limbt hardly supported her. Julie
stepped quickly forward aud held out her
baud to assist '..er. By an almost involun
tary movement they found themselves for
au instant iu each other arms. The treaty
was in this way concluded; a cordial kiss
ratified it still futher, aud all the confidences
followed very naturally.
All the explanations having been made,
S ood lady took from her warorobe
reas of flowered silk which she
I
I

had
worn as a bride. This ancient relic could
not have been less than fifty years old; but
not a spot, uot a particle of dust had dis
figured it. Julie was lost lu admiration.
They sent for a carriage, tire finest that
could be hired in the city. '> he good lady
prepared the speech »he was o make to M.
liodeau, and Julie taught her In what way
her father's heart ctrald be reached, not
hesitating to admit that his vanity was his
vulnerable side.
"If you could think," she said, "of some
way of flattering him, half the battle would
be gained."
The good lady reflected deeply, fluished
her toilet without speaking, grasped the
hand ol her future niece, aud stepped into
the carriage. She
mansion; there, she carried herself so well
that as she entered she seemed teu y
younger, ehe walked majestically through
1 he room where Ju ie.'s bouquet bad lallen,
and when the door of the study opeued she
said in a firm voice to the servant who went
lieft ra her:
"Announce the dowager baroucss of
Grolsilles."
That word decided the happiness of tho
two lovers; it overwhelmed M. Godeau.
Although 500,000 fraucs seemed to him a
trifle, yet he gave her consent in order to
make his daughter a barouess; and a baro
ness she became. Who would have dared
to dispute her title? In ray opinion It had
beeu fairly earned.
reached the Godeau
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second wharf below Chestnut street. Boat
e chartered f r roconllght excursions at low
a** s. Freight received all da» at l hlladelphla.
618-1/
tl
FREIGHT LINES.
?OR PHILADELPHIA.
WARNER'S
Philadelphia and Wilmington
Propellers
(
Hail dally from Market street wharf, Wilming
ton, and first wharf below Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, at6p. m.
FREIGHT CARRIED
as low as by any other line,and carefully handled
under our personal supervision. Express deliv
eries made lu either city by our own wagons.
Chas. Warner & Co.
Only olflce In the city connected with Telephone
Exchange by two wires, two transmitters and
two Indicators. m26-tf
9.
VOR NEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
-BAIL FROM—
King Street Wharf, Pier 15, East River,
Wilmington,Del.,
Tuesday, Thursday, Monday, Wednesday
Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried as low as by any other line
N«*w î ork and Eastern cities.
E. ANDREWS, Agent.
O
New York,
Saturday, 2 p. m.
b
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FINANCIAL.
^HE
ARTIZAN8 SAVING BANK
NO. 602 MARKET STREET,
Incorporated January 24tu, I 881.
Jpen to receive deposits from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m.
and on Tuesday aud Saturday evenings
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
rtEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
degi larly made In April and October. When
dividends are not withdrawn they are accounted
as deposits. Thus permanent deposits compound
their Interest twice in each year.
MANAGER*:
(Jlement B. Bmytli, George W. Bush,
Charles W. Howland, George 8. ( «Delle,
Nathaniel R. Benson, M. L. Lichtenstein,
Edward Darlington,
Job h. Jackson,
, William H. Swift,
Anthony Higgins.
GEORGE W. HUSH, President,
E. B. GAP EL LB- «^ice President,
K. T. TA Y LORTTreasu rer.
! V MATHER A id'tor.
Henry E. Dure,
W. Hastings,
Edward Pussy
•Yb21-lV
It. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
HANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
FOR BALE:
es Delaware Railroad.
10
sell slocks and bonds
of credit available In all
En^land^ Ireland
commission.
Buy
.ettci
nd drafts
parts of the world
. France^Germany
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BEFORE-AND-AFTER
[75
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Electric Appliance* are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO M£N ONLY, Y0UN0 OR OLD,
■vvfHO are suffering from NaaVous Dkbiutt,
\V Lost Vitality. Lack of Nekvs Four* and
Wasting Wkaknksses, and all those diseases
of a Personal Natur» resulting from Abuses and
KK Causes. 8ix*«'dy relief and complete resto
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»HEUMATISIVI ANC COwT CURED
;ij establish ny a chain of evidence
nttuiry hut makes stronger, that w«
ni, or radical remedy for Kheumatk
liàordera, and we put that evidence within the react
r every sufferer urithnut mon*y and without pnee,
•laim that no one hut the feol will turn to it lea
.ar, or close his eyes to the gt<ui tidings wo bring ù
Ills blighted life In Justi- e to ub, to you, to >
I. nonth nt fumU'es, ami to t!>9 eousammaiionof yoo*
i.o. ambition l»oforo you w**re »trick-n dowD bj
iisea.se. we ask y»u to go with us tor a few moment.
■r, *1,.. ».„n t g, nit- vs l.o nave drank of the water
./ hn und are now full "f the jog qf health, ready U
tho world their gl td experience We will give
, ou no fulse statement, aud make no anaeriiof which
•annot, by proper inquiry (by letter or t reugt
I .ends) bo probed Ia the bottom and found to be fut
>t truth
Wile
Amon« bun<1wd» eeio-l -mt etlowt as te
Ur.Hanliok >1S P »mou-k »L. Brooklyn. atebM taller
Bhrum«t
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r. Merle. Ol TMrd A
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KMorf Oe4 CkrookJ BA- B iu e f > — tad Very bad Chroukj
ktngtee, IBS mu Hi., Brw kl y Ase>s and Chroote
.mt»r^t.rr, -ta.1 trfc4ewrjflkteg.
Dr. Goodrich, New fork Cuy-Cbnett Bhn
■ re. WIUUuwwo. SS Grove 04., Kww Yerk-Vrribie, eemto
___lam » y •«; «n*ere oaieicled b» k
Mr Dtxeari41 Week 04 . York—gfetseis, aerro
■e «t —two years.
Cep4. "» Him » Wood,
■CR
Mr. Abr
mettrai ea4 Kidney Pteeeee
, it OeMnnd A*., Jersey City -a.
Judge Or
HAe nm e ttom eeverei yeere.
Now ..re this uetu-r de»er»ed ■ I ten Use, «r write ue tar
alroc' A with fuller parüoulers, and yea wiU Me« the da#
you raw this odwikemenu
'limon, Adams A €••« 88 AittaaMo Aw.
rr t »» '4*. e^nftnjwr «V
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81ONS TO ALL
P^^^«mdkablad by w°un(i* or disease,
.«sofa finger «M. piles, diarrhoea, rupture lost
s
wStor«l»en»i«. gives you «pension. Widows,
hiVtaen^atherv mother«, brothers and sister* are
atkled (epeoGons.Penaions procured where div
bams Is lost. Mew discharger obtained. Hoo
pen«lor n for al 1 deserters,
PK»3IONS lNCKKASRO
Soldier« that
has
of
UB
DRY GOODS,
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THE BEST PLACE TO BUT DRT GOODS.
Strawbridge & Clothier's,
IIUHTU A MARKET
EIGHTH A FILBERT
PHlLADELIIHlA.
LIQUOR DEALERS.
W K
HOLD IN STORE AND IN Ü. 8.
BONDED WAKEHOU8E8 pure
whiskies from the following celebrated
tl 11 er les*
A. Overkolt A Go., January 1879 and June 1880.
A. Guckenhelmer A Bro., May 1879.
John Gibson. Bon ft Co.. May 1879 and June 1880.
Hannls Distilling Co., August 1879.
Bherwood, November 1879 and June 1880.
Neverslnk (Reading, Pa.,) February. 1880.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
<i?s
The above g.«jds will be sold either in bond
tax paid at the lowest market rates. Hample«
may be seen at this store.
NO. 108MARKET BTKEET.
my6-20
FRANCIH K EJil Y A *XJ
( ^RANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—I. FACT—
THE PUREST. UICHE8T AND B- T RYE
WHIBKY EXTANT.
By the galion
bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
?
Uniform in Quality
Rl
Absolutelypure rye.
Ich and delicate In flavor.
A
and safe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
9. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
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TOHN P. DONAHOE,
O -BOTTLER OF
AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
ft CO.'B PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
I
-ALSO
e O.ébrated Bartholomay Kochte »er Beer,
fhe brewings are unequalled for purity and
flavor; constantly on hand lnkegs or
bottled. Mineral waters lu all
the different flavors.
b i7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
ft^Pollteand accommodating drivers. Orders
uy mall promptly attended to. He Is also connec
ted with the Telephone Exchange, and his signal
Is-—- -«• myl-18
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
oppobitf. tuf. Pennsylvania depot,
Wilmington, Delaware.
This hotel Is a new building, entirely newly
furnished in a most elegant style and offers
American and G* rmancomforts. Refreshments
and eatables first-class at fair prices.
Ie21 HENRY BLUUTH, Proprietor.
gPECHT
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
—ARIA
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
CORNER FIFTH AND DUPONT STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
ftSF-Orders by mail promptly filled.
Families supplied with bottled beer; pint
bottles 6» cents a dozen.
A share of your patronage Is
lted.
& SPAHN
upectiully solic
Iel2-l-i7
JOHN F. DOLAN,
NO. 6 WEST THIRD ST.
—Dealer In Choice -
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
ysfrrs in every Btyle. Herved on
Ice. DDL A
Jy6-tf
shortest
N o, 6 West Third Street.
d
not
ioiESALE Liquor I
[n
. BALL'S
jffl^Health Corset
'Jul. li JCjMF Is Increasing In nopu
mUMmêor larlty every day, as lad ie
WâÊNWr Anil « the MOST COMs
Timimf PORTABLE and PER
FECT FITTING corset
ever worn. Merchants
say It gives the best sat
» Irfaction of any corset
\ they .
ä Warranted satisfactory
W er money refunded
FOR BALK ONLY BY—
R. L. RUSSELL,
% Marke 'Htwt
I ■
$30,000 tor $2.
TH POPULAR
58
MONTHLY DRAWING
Q aH MONWEAlTH I
Distribution Co.
In the oltvof LOUISVILLE, en
Tuesday, July 31st., 1883.
On the last day of each month (Sundays ex
excepted). Repeated adjudication by Federal and
State Courts have placed this company beyond
the controversy of the law. To this Company
belongs the sole honor of having Inaugurated the
only plan by which their drawings
honest and rhlr beyond question.
N. B.—The Company has now on hand a large
capital and réservé fund. Read carefully the list
of prizes for the
JULY DRAWING.
.180,000
10,000
... 5,000
.... 10,000
... 10,000
.... 10,000
... 10,000
... 12,000
10,000
2,780
. 1, sno
1 Prize..
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20 '• wo ;
100 " 100 ••
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20 ** ... .
10 *' .
300 •• approxlmsti
200 " "
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1,000 "
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are
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9 '
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9 "
II12.4CT
1,890 lfrt*** 1 '
WHOLE TICKETS, ft. HALF TIC AETS
27 Tickets, 9W : 85 Tickets. It (A*.
i
Remit Money or Bank lirait In Letter, o. send
y Express. Don't send by Registered Letter or
4>st Office Order. Ortlers of 9» upward by
as» t st. •ssiisivjrs
landing. Louisville Kv. 'u-iv-rt
MISCELLANEOUS.
BIGGEST CUT-DOWN YET!
Any ol These Suits, $6.
Son
No. 5,444, $15 ; now $6.
No. 5,408, $14 ; now $fl.
No. 5,214, $14; now $6.
No. 5,404, $14 ; now $6.
No. 5.324, $14 ; now $0.
No. 5,304, $14 ;
No. 5,352, $11 ; now $5.
No. f,782, $10 ; now $«.
No. 5,188, $ 9 ; now $6.
No. 6,480, $ 9 ; now $0.
M.
F
iV
REE THEM IN OUR
WINDOWS.
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A. C. Yates & Co.
Chestnut and Sixth,
I/S'
PHILADA.
dbrpkratk clothing man.
HAPPY CUSTOMER.
DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD !
If one interview with Dr. Hartley does not accomplish more for your Head and Throat than all
the advertised nostrums used fora life time, you pav nothing tor 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
THE SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT OF CATARRH
wspaper.
Pannages from the Life of the Most Eminent Specialist In that Line.
Dr.Hartley, of Philadelphia, Is probably the highest living autnonty upon uauirruM a«.—4..
and its concomitauis, and it Is proper to make some reference to the causcB which have led to
his winning so great a reputation. Dr. Hartley first came before the public an a practitioner lu
1848 In New York. Inl85u he settled in Philadelphia, where ne has ever since remained. During
the whole of his lengthy career he has made a special study of Catarrh and throat aud ear alleo
tions, and some of the most remarkable cures on record are credited to him.
Im 1851 he cured
President Fillmore of a severe Catarrhal affection, and the case occasioned much favorable eom
nient in the newspapers of the day. He also treated successfully the Rev. Dr. Domer of Wash
ington, ltev. Dr. Fay, also of Washington, ex-Attorney General Williams, and many othor dis
tinguished men. Among those he has success! ally treated in Philadelphia and vicinity aro Mr
R Eayre, 1407 Chestnut street; Gen. Charles L, Lelper, Frankford; Joseph Schofield, Fain
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
R ractltioners he uses only gold and silver Instruments, which render the transmission of disease
om one patient to another an impossibility. His remedies are simple, safe and wholly painless
and never fail to give relief, and in the vast majority of cases a permanent cure. He exacts
exorbitant fees in advance, and always treats his patients as a thorough physician,as a gentleman
and a man of honor. Hence it is that he Is so highly esteemed here and ail through the country.
His practice long ago reached immense proportions: for one patient cured always senas many
more to him for treatment. His otfioe at 243South Eighth street is the rendezvous ef sufierers
from all parts of the country, and none ever go there without afterwards blessing the impulse or
cause which led them so to do. Dr. Hartley is indeed oue of the benefactors of the age, a..d bis
name will long be held in grateful remembrance by those whom he has benefitted.
Among the list of chronic diseases which affect the human lrame, Catarrh is the most prov i
lent, most offensive, most productive of discomfort, and most liable to a variety of dangerous a. J
distressing complications.
Thousands are annually hastening to a premature grave from Its pernicious efleota.
doubt thousands are at this moment slowly perishing under Its fatal influence, ignorant of
the cause of their declining health. It was, in fact, the destructive influeuce of this dire
and its alarming prevalence that first attracted the writer's attention, and it is with pardo i
pride that he refers to the fact of having been tho first physician who made this disease asp«
study aud originated »system of treatment calculated to etlect a radical and permanent ouvi.
OFFENSIVE DISCHARGES FROM THE HEAD.
Catarrh manifests Itself by a discharge from the head varying its nature in different cases
and even in the same individual at dlflerent times. It may be a thin, colorless, acrid flub*
glary, starch-like substance; generally, however, it Is a thick, purulent or muco-purulent n atter
cither a greenish yellow or of deep green tint, occasionally streaked or flecked with blood. .Mt
copious and offensive Is the discharge In many ca»es that the patient leels as though the whole
head was in a state of corruption.
I
HAWKING.
Much of the discharge passes backward Into the throat, or collects as a tough, vlsold phlegm
behind and above the soft palate. In the passage between the throat and the head, creating»
constant and almost Irresistible desire to obtain relief by "Hawking," a practice characteristic 01
Catarrh, aud as embarrassing to the one a H ected as it is disagreeable to those around. Often
phlegm Is so tenacious that the most persistent and exhaustive efforts fail to dislodge It
until some food or stimulant is swallowed.
Again the offensive matter deposits itself In the nasal cavities in the shape of dry,hard orusts
which, in some cases, accumulates to such an extent as to form a regular plug,obstruotiug breath
ing and producing serious discomfort. This condition is indicative of ulceration, which, In time,
may destroy the bony struotmeof the nose and produo « its subsequent flattening.
OFFENSIVE BREATH.
The breath Is always tainted, and sometimes Is so revolttngly offensive as to render the suf
objeot of dlBgust to himself as well as others, and canes are oocosionally met with in
which the stench Is really overpowering, and sufficiently 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 witii every breath.
i |u
ferai
OTHER DISCOMFORTS.
In many cases the nose Is stopped up, sometime* on one side, sometimes on the other, and
often on both, giving rise to a disagreeable "stntty" sensation in tho head, accompanied by occa
sional violent and prolonged paroxysms of snee'ing. Aga'n, a distressing feeling of fullness or
ipression Is experienced above or between the eyes, or pain manifests Itself In the face, fore
dor temples, or on the top or back of tlie head, sometimes of so severe a character tnat it is
taken for neuralgia. The sense of smell is generally blunted or entirely lost and taste may be
come similarly affected. The voice is husky or of a nasal oharacter. while oftentimes there fs u
continual hoarseness accompanied by more or less cough, excessive debility aud emaciation. Jn
deed, in some instances, the loss of fiesh ia so considerable and progressive as to suggest tho ex
istence of tubercular disease, and not a few oases of Catarrh that hâve come under my notioehave
been regarded as Consumption and so treated by unwary or inexperienced practitioners.
DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD.
bea
Catarrh is one of the most frequent onuses of deafness. Scarcely any one afflicted with tills
disease for any length of time retains a normal acuteness of the bearing power. With some tl.t
hearing suflers at first only by spells, while in others the hearing grows indistinct without tbe
appearance of premonitory symptoms, tbe deafo -sa increasing gradually until the useful hearing
if lost. Noises in the head of every oouceivable description often add materially to tbe exlstln
distress.
DEVELOPMENT OF CONSUMPTION.
As the disease fastens itself upon It* victim, one after another of the vital powers give Away.
The patient loses flesh and strength; he Is languid, unable to porform mental or physical labor
with the usual facility; is depressed In spirits and Inclined to drowsiness and sleep, the memory
is weakened, and Its permanent impairment seriously threatened.
The mucous membrane becomes morbidly sensitive, and in spite of the utmost care, becomos
affected from the slightest causes, so that at last even a breath of wind upon the lining of tbe
nose or throat becomes productive of cold, and gives rise to a serious di. turbance of the respir
atory orgons. The patient is subject to frequent and repeated eoldx, each one aggravating the
disease by giving It a new Impulse, and attacking a larger extent of surface then its predecessor.
In this manner tne Catarrh sp eaas from organ to organ until it finally reaches the lungs and
produces Consumption. It would indeed be a bli ssing to humanity if every one would learn and
remember tbe lesson that experience teaches us daily ; That to mkolbot tub protkr trkat
h kmt of Catarrh is to dib with Consumption.
DR. HARTLEY'S
Office and Residence, 243 South Eighth Street, Phila., Pa.
mvlMm
Hours—From 10 a.
»., to 5 u. m., and 6
8p. m.
JOHN MEALEY
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware for
WERNE]^ & CO.'S
hampagne ^\7V ine
c
PRICE r.IST.
»7.00
» 8.00
Per C»»e 12 Qt«.
24 Pta.
<lu
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
- 15 per cent.
5 Cases
10 Cases •
25 Cases
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. LASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED A^ND KEY WEST OIG ARS
Pure Rye Old Star Wliisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COM Y
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N. E. COIL SECOND AND KING STREETS ;
- ICE HOUSE AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE
Branch Office and Depot, Fourth and Poplar sts, and No. 209 West Eighth st.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE .
49 cents per week \ 10 pounds dally.
U •* " " I art »* '' .
84 cents per
98 " " •
..91.06 " •*
30 POUNDS AND OVER AT THE DATE OF 60 CTB. PER 100 POUNDS.
The least neglect or Incivility on the part of the driver should be made known at the «»mow
once, and It will receive prompt attention. We k. « p constantly on hand a CHOICE SELELTlOft
OF« OAL from the most popular mines, which \n- «iellver In cellars free of ci erge, where shod
wagon een he used. __ r»Tl-l-20
pounds dally..
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LONDON, Of iRIO, CANADA.
I Princess lorisic.
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itv rail from lX*tr.«lt or StiRpenftloa Rrldge. Tlie hlrt®
t!» • College Music » specialty under tbe direction
ntneiu'o September 'JOtli.
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Founder—Tbe Right Ukv ».
Heiintifully sltmiteil on tin* river Thames, four !»•>
Jon iu every department. French
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