HEPRINTEO FROM YESTERDAY
tHK MEW B.* O K. K.
Work Being Rapidly Fushed Forward—A
Large Force ol Italian« Already at Work
»-Route from Elk ton to Newark.
[Spevlal eorresno.ideuce of Uni Gazette, j
Elkton, Md., July 26.—Work was be
gun, or 1» about to begin on the liue of the
pew B. &0. K. E., aud large numbers of
nun with machinery, and tools, and great
numbers ol horse? are already here, while
more aie constantly arriving lor the use of
the numerous contractors. That part of the
proposed road lrom the Susquehanna river
to Philadelphia, is known ae the "Delaware
Division," aud is tubdlvlded into various
sections, No. 1 commencing at t ie river.
Messrs. Burns and Noak *s, of Now York,
who have secured the contract lor sections
are located here and have sub-let
sections to numerous sub contrac
tore. Nos. 12 and 13 are suo-letto Messers.
Donah us and Ten y, ol « Mean, N. Y., who
broke grouud last Monday, aud are
force of men, horses aud machinery.
They broke grouud on the land ol Judge
McCattlley, about three miles nor h ol Elk
ton, and Here they have also opened a large
quarry to luruiah stone lor the heavy mason
work that will be required. These sectious
through Wilna flouring 1 m Us, and with
in a short distance ol the Ledger paper
mills. Some very heavy masoury work will
be required, lucJudlug a large stoue aud
Iron bridge at Laurel run; a large stoue
bridge over the Blue Ball road; and 30 loot
span stone bridge, 60 feet high, over the
Little Elk, and a heavy stone spau over
Duoott's run. The heaviest gradlug on the
road will be in these sectious, iucludiug a
cut of 55 feet on Judge McCaulley's land.
Section 14 and 15 are sub-let to Messrs.
Troxal & Combs, of Morristown, N. J , who
began work July 10 with a large force ol
iueu aud learns. Very heavy worn iu grad
lug aud masonry will be required on sectiou
15, iucludiug a
bridge over Dig Elk creek, at Baldwin's cot
mills. HO te*-t »l"in a»**» A* •«.«« k< s b, >lnll
a cut that will require the reuiov i ol 70,
000 cubic yards oi dirt. Three gauge ol
Itaiiaus are at work here aud these last
named cou tractors
ith a large
- Hive stoue and iron
energetic men, hav
ing just completed a large contract on the
Nickel Plate road iu Ohio.
Sections 16 aud 17 are sub-let to Mr.
Holmes, of Brooklyn, who begins work Au
gust 1 on section 16. Considerable grading
will be nquired and a number of stoue
arches will be built. No. 17 requires some
mabonry, but gen rally light grading to the
Delaware hue, where it crosses the Morrison
larui to Christiana creek, where a 30 loot
arch will be built, requiring 4,500 yards ol
masoury; tbe grading lrom tbe Delaware
hue to this poiut will be light.
(taction 18 is under sub contract to Messrs.
Fillmore aud «Morrow of 8c ran ton, Pa.
1 hey will break grouud next Wednesday.
It runs through lands of the Casbo Machine
Company, and a large girder bridge will be
built over the mill race. Considerable grad
iug will be beie required—filling to the
amount ol 50,0OJ cubic yards, and a eut re
quiring tbe removal ol .50,000 cubic yards
turough lands oi E. Wilson, Andre
aud Kotbwell Wilson,
contract to Mr. James Mulbollaud of New
burg, N. Y., who will also begin work uext
Wednesday. This section requires light
eradii g and tilling, continuing through
Wilson's lauds, those oi heirs, ol Enos aud
Lewis, G. (j. Evans and Jesse Kennedy,
crossiug tbe New Loudon road Into Newark,
through the yard ol the Deer Park Hotel
aud tbe lauds of the late James 11. Ray,
the Delaware College, J. Watson aud Win.
Deau. Messrs. Burus & Noases, the gene
ral contractors, will be located iu Elktou,
anu during the teu mouths required by their
conti act to complete the work, will give it
their persoual supervision, and both beiug
practical masons the will have all that part
ol tbe work, under theii owu charge.
The derricks, steam bolsters aud all the
has already ar
ithtn the comiug week they ex
*u at work ou this divl
A large number of sbauties, sla le»,
tool houses anu other necessary outbuild
ings have been eree ed along tbe liue, tbe
lumber being luruishcd by Davis, Keys «.V
Co. of Ibis town.
Section 19 is under
plant requisite tor the
rived, and w
pect to bave 1 ,U00
A Destructive Fire kesterday.
James McMahan, who occupies oue of the
New Castle Common» farms, bad just tiu
isbed harvebtiug aud wa» uuJoailiug tbe last
wagou load of wheat when fire wa» Ui»cov
ered iu the stock yard,
tabling about 1,400 bushels of
oats were soou destroyed w
communicated to the bur
also burned to the grouud with its coulent»,
the live stock only b iug »aved. Tbe tire
was tir»t discov.red about 2 o'clock aud by
3 o'clock LOthiug was left standing
place except tbe house,
sav.-^d alter being covered with wet carj.ii».
The buildiugs were iu»ured lor $2,3uü aud
the grain and »took
$3,200. How tbe tire
AU tbe stock» eou
bcu the flame»
u which w»»
Inc 11 w
;ti by McMahau lor
onginuLcd is uot
A SpleuUl I .Number.
The summer issue of Strutobridye A:
Clothier '* (Quarterly t just oui, i» a splendid
number; every page i» of interest to the
k designs aud
stitches; inbtruction» iu amateur art, aud
bow to adorn the person and decorate the
home; a pretty piece of new vocal music;
and the summer fanions iu every depart
ment of dry good» lullv illustrated. Price,
15 cents; get a yojiy hum your news-dealer
or send to Straw bridge di Clothier, Phila
Municipal Court To-day.
James Dougheriy wa» arraigned for va
grancy and »euieiiced lor 2U day».
Kendall and William Maloney were lined $1
ana costs for druukeniu-s» und dit orderly
couduct at Frout ard Maj-ket streets. Alma
Gallaher, James liar kins were
d costs lor druuke
Htcd for 30 days ou a charge
iicck wa» com
Deputy Coroner Palmer was . ailed upon
yesterday to give a certificate ol death in the
of John öpcnccr, aged 7 years, living
B street, who died suddenly without be
ing attended by a physician. Alter investi
gating into tiie oa»e the Deputy Coroner
gave a certificate of death Ir '
v^ulck, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladdc' 1 aud Urinary diseases.
Dr. siiniu»' j*
Th« perfecti,,,, „f p.l u meUicIu«. lmn.sdl
at« lu r litviug crau ps, pan,», «„„i,
bus, neuralgia, rheumatism, cholct
50 cent«. Depot Fourth and King.
How to keep cool is vr-ry aatiefactoHly solved
by vlaltliiE A.Hankci'a aaloou, ÜO0 West
atrect. It la in reality Cape May at borne
4»" Dresses, cloaks,
, king« and all
... he colored »uccessrully with the
iainoud Dyes. F usiiionuble colors. OulylUc
Always flesh roasted at Crippen's.
THE LARGEST RFTaTlSTuCKOF DRY
n Dry Goods Exclusively,
1LIUUTU AND MaKI.I'T STREETS,
UflUKUH KB TO-MORROW.
Household or Fait!
Sixth street. P
m. and 7.46 p.
Anbury M. E. Church, oo
nut street Preaching by the pu
Murray, at lu.au h. m
school 9 a. m. and 2 j
ntnall street __
telling it,-morrow at 10.30 a.
•« Rufus Wendell,
ir, W. L S.
fer m cling .. a .
I at Sllverbrook
I 6 p. in. Sundxy schon.
. and preaching at 3 p. m.
autterler A Oo., Photographer., mu market tt
U»mU Tim* Table Wttll lb* Latmt
rK|UN8 LEAVE W1L.MINUTON «IB
Phii a.— 2.00*. 2.28*, 6.80, 6.40, 7.00, 7.60, 8.10f
8.16, * *), 9.3», 9.68, 10.20, 10.30,11.63 a. ui. 12.00L
12.16, 18.38, 1.64, 2.30, 4.00, 6.17*. 6.»>t,
8.88*, f.66,7.26,7 80«, 9.66* I». m.
York— 2.00*. 2.28*. 6.30,9.68, 11.63 ». m
, 1.64, 6.1"*, 6.38*, 7.36 p. m.
BALnMORK-1.06*. 1.42* 4,61*.8.U6*, 9.17*, ».
œ. LU7, 1.00. 1 .09, 6.00, 6.0U, 6.67, 11.04* p..Ui.
^aHihinotow— 1.42*, 4.61*, 8.06*, 9.17» a. m.
1.00, 1.09, 6.00,6.67,11.04* p. m.
BALlriMORS ARD INTBKWKDIATE STATIORS—
1.06», 6,17* a. UJ. 1.00. 6.00, 6.00p m.
•Trains running both daily and Sunday,
tTrains running only on Sunddy.
ifiCLkwARK KailHoaD— fl.00«,9.i0i a,tn. 1.06»,
6 . 00 *, .0i>L6.26f p. m. No Sunday tialus.
•Fui| New I'astla only,
t For Harrington and intermediate p tat ions.
JEx||iress for Delmar.
WiLUlROTuR Northern Railroad--7.uu a m.
1.06.6.1)6, 6.36 p. m. Sundays, 7.0u a. m. and
Drlàwarr Wshtrkr Railroad— 7.06 lu. 30
a. m. 5.3U p. m, Sunday trains 10.80, a. in.
6 00 p.iu.
TRAINS AKKlYLst WILMINGTON FROM
PHILA—18.46, 1.0U, 1.32*, 4.4Ï*. 7.46, 8.02*, 9.12,
9.46, ll.lOf 11.36 a. UI. 12.22, 12.60, 107, 2.3of,
2.60, 3.66, 4.30, 4.66, 6.36, 5.53, 6 20. 6.4», 7.36,7 6ut,
9.60, l(jl.38. 10.6N p. m.
NkW York —1.32*, 4.4T*,8.02f, 9.12 a. ui. 12.60
1.07» 4.66,0.4s*, 10.68 p.m.
Haltixork— 1.61*, 2.13», 9214,9.54,11.43 a. m
13.36), 1.61, 6.11 , 6 SO*. 7.24, 9.49« p. tn.
1.61, 6j 11 ", 6.30*, 7.24, 9.49
» B-|»th dally and Sunday,
t Op Sunday only.
Dklawarb Railroad— 8.50. 9.60. 10.15 a.
2.06, 6.06*. 6.60 p. m. Nu Sunday trains.
* From New Uastle only.
Wilmington* Northmrn Railroad—
6.4U, D.36 a. in. 6.42 p.m. Sunday, lu.su and
Dklawarr Wbstkkn Railroad— 8.00 a. ui.
p. m. Sunday trains 9.lu a. m, 6.4U p. ui.
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMiNDTuN
Broad ntkhkt Dnror—.
12.30*,18.66*, 6.30. 7.2U*,8.00, 8.21,8.861, 10.16,11.:«),
11.6U k ax. 12.26, 1.32|, 3.18 4.02, 4.20,
6.u6, L2U. 6.66, 6.U6f. 6.86, 8.30*, 9.30, 1U.U0. 11.32
N«W CaBTLR— 8.38, 8.36, 10.02, 11.46 a.
.40, 6.116 p. IU.
* Truins running both dally and Sunday.
tlTailns ruiumig only on Sunday.
A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
and way stations at 7.48 a. in., returning leave
Newark at 8.26 a. ui. lor Wiluiiugton aud way
The Black figures denote the Limiten
Their Arrival and Depart
F fleet July 1st, 1K83.
The pout Office in this city will be open dally
except Sunday, from 6.3U a.
vate boxes are accessible
Sundays open from 8.;
boxes iliccesslblo lrom 6 to
stamp window will close
money! oruer office wiil close
111. to 9 p.
UUtil 11 p.
to 9 3u a.
in. The wholo
Wlltninatou A Northern Railroad to Reading
I'a.. and point» ou the Baltimore aud Central
south ofC'hadd's Ford. 7.4U a. in.
Philadelphia olorted pou *h, 8.3u a. m
Philadelphia und waymail, 9 a. in.
New) York, Pennsylvania a
L«^ware Western Railroad to Latudenburg
Piiiludelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
id New Jersey, 11.60 a. in.
and w<|!tft. i.3u p. m.
pouches. U.3-) p
All points north, east
points east und
York and all jmiuts
and New Y
1 all poiuts east
, 4.40 p. in.
.'a west of Lancaster, and all
tbwest 9.36 p. m.
:sl aud southwes t, 1
All Louisiana lssent west except New Orleans
which is sent south on through mails.
Baltimore and way mail, 7.40 a. in.
Washington and nil points south, 7 4U a. m.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.3o a.
Suphlimentary mail for the
l.Bji^ure, Washington aud all points south,
Peuiu-ula, 9 a in.
Newport, Stauton, Nu
ik, Elktou and
de Grace. I2.nu p. m*
Points ou Baltimore Central.between Port De
posit, and Cbaud's Ford, i2.üo p. m
Baltimore aud Bay l^i
. i t-ti ol Barring ton iucludiug
Delaware City and St. George ». 6 60 p
11 p. m.
a, 4.40 p. m.
s. closed pouch, 6 6u p. m.
ington aud all j*oints south
p ^J on f Wllmlngtonlt Northern Railroad 6.30
Frou| New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and ali| other point», 6 3U p. m.
Proul Philadelphia, IN
north, east and west, 8 3u a.
From way mall lrom Philadelphia. 8.30 a m
Frma Penlnsula aud all north oi Harrington
Y FOR DBLIV1
York und points
Baltimore and way mail u 60 a m
Baltimore, 12.30 p. i
a mail, 12.:
From Philadelphia, N
north ànd east, 1.:
south, 2.20 p. ii
Der» ware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m
From Philadelphia, New lurk and points
norm and east, 6.40 p.
From Baltimore, W
south and so
Washington and poiuts
.west, 6,.op. m.
I oi 1
• , freu
i.. general ;
1 ; Ju.iu a.
., partial ;
. IU., partial.
from street boxe
o and lo a. ui., 1.3u and 4
will be _ .
Il boxe« between Jeiferso.. w
afd and Water and Thirteenth sire
inclusive. Ou Minday a full collection will be
inude a,t /.ou p.ui. Eoc.il letters for carriers
del very Should be deposiled in Post Office teu
minute« before tbe hour of delivery
W. Y. SWIOOET, P
f N /> /. KTAK tliS.
JOHNSON A LAKNHILL,
made by the
An ajiditioual collectif
s. W. CUK. TENTH A MARKET, 8TH„
la. HARKI .) O PIN BON,
617 Jolitrson »t.
. T. BARNHILL,
.- In .
•J. r. WALTON A 00.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON »PPL
552 & 554 W. Sixth St
-.. I I . .. ...—..
$200 A YEAR
CAN BE SAVED
In the Living Exp uses of the
by the u
of Rf-X MAGNUS, the Hu mi* ton Food
•live. It preserve» Meat, Fish, .Milk,
i t am. Eggs and all It tuds of Animal Food fresh
ml tweet for weeks, «'V* n In the hottest weather.
This can be pro?* i bv the lesUmcnl <1» of hun
dred* who have tried it. Y«<u can prove It for
yourself for So cents. Vou will find that this Is
article whl b will aave you a great deal of
aNO ho UR Kl» milk.
NO Sl'OlLKD MB AT.
NO ST.4LK KOON,
It will * vp t1u*m »Teith and wweet fbrminy
d il*»-» iK>ir inaa tthe slightest f reign ta
r art ft-lei. treated. It I« m«i himpk-1< o. eratiou
folio the dire tiens, I» »bar . -
ly a frac ï Ion of a centt *
less as bull, aud
a i»ou d oi meat, ûsh, butter
quart of tullk. '»hi- is no humbug; it is endorsed
by such nien as Prof. Sam'l W. John on<>fYaJe
College. Sold by di ugglsts and grocers, sample
pound? sent ore-paid t.v mall or express (
prefer) «*n receipt of price. Name your ex
office. Vhuultue brand for in«at: ocean
for Ash and seafood: r*now Flake for milk butter
• l • bees«-: Antl-t erment, Antl-Flv an I Antl
Moi«l, 60c. per lb e ch. Pearl or cream; Oueen
» and AquH-Vine for fluid extracts, |l
TUK BUMI8TON FOOD PRESERVING
72 KtlhySt., Boston, Mass.
HAVE YOU TRIED ITT
i MKMLD ADAGE, ' HAT "AN OUNCE OF
PREVENTION IS W"RTH A POUND OF
CURE," WAS N* VER MORE APTLY 1L' US
TRATED THAN BY HIM WHO TAKES HIS
IXisK OK TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT
BEFORE THE "ORNING MEAL. FOR T NOT
ONLY GENTLY REGULATES AND PURI
FIES TIIE SYSTEM BUT IS A PROTECTION
AGAINST DISEASE, WHICH NO ONE
OUGHT TO DISREGARD. ALL DRUUG1SIS
MM FIT (i.O/7/JAU.
Prices Cut 50 Per Cent !
C-'all and examine the prices
in the window. It will
a better impression of
duction than a half a page of
reading matter. All the goods
in the store will be sold in
portion. Now is the lime
while our stock is still full and
a good assortment to select
White Vests, Alapaca
linen and Mohair
! 'usters and Creole Suits in
large quarters at the
No. 1 East Fourth Street.
HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DKIVF. ?
This instrument I» no larger than a watch,
tells the e
of mlb s drive
It ■ 1
Ills up f
tight: always In order; »ave»
elng over driven; I» easily attached
iuggy, Carriage, Bulky,
art. Bulky Plow, Reaper, Mower.
alui ble to Livery
S Physicians, Farmers. Huivev
, A .
the w ind of a
third the pi lee of
idei lug give dlaim
:elpt of pr|
post paid. Address,
McLONNFL ODOMETER CO.,
2 North La Balle Bl., Chicago.
A®"Send for Circular.
'S* M,?* 1 * of 3 ordinary vu jet*. Burn,
paratlve View" of annual cost of 280 0. P. in.
K roll JÈ U uS' b i„ 8 , "NcctUe Oau" Lamps 6t!5.70.
/) coal gas lets fei«, l Electric Lamp $26,286
prospectus of GRAND ALR4. LIGHT GO
of W l8 }. ai tr S, mt Ä J w,th * Cfha ndallers
°r4ui C. 1 . to order. Table Lamps of-*0 C. P.$3.
W. B. ROBINS
Patentee and Manufacturer,
lfi? Main S*»eet, (2nd floor,)
and on Change Daily
REPRINTED FROM YESJTEJIDAT
8pr«i4Ia( Amon»; the British Troops—
lucre a-dug In Cairo.
London, July, 20.—Lord Harrington
secretary of war. stated this afternoon in the
House of Commons that there had been 14
cases of cholera among the British troops iu
Egypt, 11 ol which proved fatal.
The following reports of deaths from
cholera y est «mis v have come to hand: At
Diauietta, 5: Fautait, 38; M thaï la, 26; Cho
bar, 6; Satnauoud, 7; Mi-ballet, 6o; Zifteh,
21; Mansoo *»b, 12; UhUeb, 65; Meuxalch,
3; Aier-indii«, 2, and Cairo, 422.
Forty memlH.>rs of the army hospital corps
have been ordered to Egypt.
Liverpool, July 26.—The town council
bx/ing called the attention of the privy
otHticu to the danger to pub ic health aris
large cargoes of rags received heie
» a try pi, the privy couucil sent a reply,
bit'll they declined to interim re in the
UT. The particular cargo cited in the
to»r. ' viodl communloaMon as a cargo of
agApthm rags wa- not iutciiued to be lauded
at Liverpool, but to lie conveyed to New
York or Bostou. The town council to day
decided to apply for power to deal with rag
Cairo, July 26.—The cholera here Is shift
lug toward the moi e thickly populated quar
ters in tLe eastern purl of the city.
Paris, July 26 —The Chamber of Depu
ties has granted the credit ol 50,000 francs
asked for by the government to pay the ex
penses of a seiemitic commission which is
to be seut to Egypt to iuvestigate the cholera
MUM. PL A HOD V.
Her Fellow €on»idrerora Held Under Hall
PuiLAon.PiiiA.July 26 —George Ranklln,
Henry Frank aud Lilian IVabody, alias
Briggs, who were arrested yesterday, u|m>u
the charge ol fraudulently obtainlu,; $1,785
upon a claim lor a pension iu the uame of
Mrs. Priscilla Carpenter, which fraud was
expowd by ibe women alter the
lused to divide the money with her, were
given a furth *r hearing iu the United States
Court to-day. Mr». Mary V. Harding, ol
this city, testified that her lathe.'s name
was John E. Caipeuter, and her mother,
who died on Juue 3, was nurued Priscilla
Carpeuter. Her inotner made a; plication
for apeusion 17year»ago,and Frank assumed
charge of the whole matter. He knew that
her mother was dead, but Frank had told
the witness that if pension officers called on
her she would say lier mother was living. A
Mrs. Boone testified that she was acquainted
with Frank,and on Monday last he asked
her to personate another woman, but ehe
declined to do so. F
held iu $5,0U0 bail upon charges of forgery,
pel jury and conspira, y , uni the woman was
h< Id iu the tarne amount as a witness to ap
ix*ar at the August term of the United States
k and Rankin were
HaYKH viLi.E, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1880.
very glad to « ay 1 have tried Hop
Bitters, and never took anything that did
much good. 1 only took two bottles
aud I would not tak. $luo for tbe good they
did me. 1 recommend them to my patients,
aud get the bes«, results from their use.
C. B. Mkhckk, M. D.
Of the Many Remedies.
before the public for Nervou. Debility »ml
weakness ot Nerve Deueratlve System there
is none equal to Allen's Brain Food, which
promptly aud permanently restores all Ioa
vlpor; It never lads. «1 pkg., 6 for $5—At
druggist orat Allen's Pharmacy ai61htave..
Many i lines
you want to preserve meat
fleh for several
days. Lay it in a solution of Hex Magnus
over night and you can keep It for week«,
ï ou can also keep milk a
stirring in » little of the "Snow Flake'
*k or mi
«Among the most efficacious of remedial
agents are the medical preparations from ths
Mas« 017 ° f Mr *' L,ydla E * l' u *kliam, Eym«
IDE cm n.tKikSTH.
Local Unotaiious Corrected Dally
HAY, FRBD. BTO.— OOKRHOTMU
DAILY BY W. J
MORROW, MO. 417 FRBMCH HTRHKT:
Oats. . w
Bran, double buVhel."...".*!!!*. 6u
Shelled corn. go
Ground corn and oats.* '.. eg
DAILY BY I. I*
. FRANK Si »ON, 609 KIBQ »T.
Print butter, per fl> wholesale.« .20
Print •• " *» retail.26
i. u ? " " " wholesale. .20
Tub " * r
Eggs, wholesale, pe
Egg», retail, j,er «lo>«„.
Chickens, alive wnoleaale...'.
Chicken», dresse, d wholesale
Clhickens, dressed, retail. 1« ™
4 'heese, wholesale, per pound, .lo »
Cheese, retail, •*
BKKF OORRK(TBI) DAILY BY WILLIAM OLAVMY
SROONb »TRBkT MAKKm .
Sirloin steaks per pound.
Rumpsteaks per pound.
Round steaks per pound.
Rib roast per pound...... . . no
Bolling bit» per pound'.
Kidney fat,per pound..
Lamb chop», per pound
Lainb roa«t», per pound
Mutton chops, per pound
Mutton roasts, per pound
Veal cutlet», per pound.
Veal roasts, per pound..
FORK KTU.. OORKBOTBD DAILY BY B. O.
STALL 9, HHOOND BTRBBT MA REST.
* " retail.
. .20 «J
Smoked bacon .
Rock fish, per pound
White Perch, per
Trout, per pound r .
Halibut, per po und
OORRMe-TK!) DAILY BY POWBLL,
SI HBMT MARK VI
. 1 1 ■
Potatoes, per fiair-pecx.
Sweet Potatoes, per half peck.
Uabbage, per head.
Turnips, per half peek .
<'ai*rv r>AF iH.vteii
OIIHED IN 10TO » DAYS,
THOUSANDS of references
cured. No pay til cured.
from persoi e
RR. J. STEPHENS
Lebanon, Ohio. Cincir
Don't foil to try the Great
Remedy, the CELEBRATED
H. H. H.
A Friend to the Afflicted 1
AH A FAMILY REMEDY it ha* no equal.
Thousand* bear testimony lo It*great worth lor
Ü». cure of the folio «lug disease* :
RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA. DIPHTHE
RIA, PANALYSIS, PAINS IN THE HEAD
AND HACK, FUGS' ED FEET, STIFF JO! NTs,
LAM KM ESS, PLEURISY, aud for all External
FOR INTERNAL USE
For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, pains In
J' « Stomach or Bow. is. Dose—froinafdrop to
half a teaspoouful In water. Never reduc- for
external use. Every ftunlly should keep It on
hand a« lima never-railing household remedy.
.kîîiLM.'.ïîiaî 1 : *■ a® infallible cure |»*r
Dll HTHEKI A, If used according to the Ibl
iêÜ&SÏ f v* muslin or linen cloth and bind It on
the throat for about thin? minutes, and put a
dr? cloth ever it to prevent the evaporation from
Raaalng uff, and when thoroughly blistered.open
the blister with a needle, and take a cloth and
absorb the water that pastes o . then takes cloth
aud spread thick with pure hoz's lard, and bind
It op the bllaterand change evtry hour, which
will absorb all the disease thro i 7the pores, and
n<* Internal medicine will benoe i* «except a nu
gative medicine. Children shot«, not be blistered
wore than *
_ . . minute«.
directed** aever been known • H wben used
No horseman shoald be without a hotti« In h
stable In case of accident, as It Is a
following diseases of the horse:
Use for Sprained Joints, »ore .Shoulders an
1 ï r M* h , 1 îî He rate he«, bweenev
Fistula, poll Evil, Distemper, Curb, Bpllm
BLOOD OH BONE SPAVIN,
HI ns bon., and wui remove ail gwelllan
OUrou. t.uinp, lelt from kick, or other CruUe
without InJurlD. the arowth ol the bslr.
proved a sure cure. For
Kplrootlc and Distemper, use from one to ta
UldeermonfUl, In a Ducket o[ cold water, l,
thetr drink when w.tcrln* and bathe the thro..
»-* 11 .*} blisters, then put a cloth around th.
throat to keep It warm.
Tlieabove fnvalnable medlclue has gained i<
Itself a fame to be envied by hundreds of
facturer* ut Crude Oil Llulinenta that fall to p«
rorm cures aa recommended to do, and they i
sort to manv false recommendations to imim
them off on tue public. The H. II. H. Medici
I» prepared from the very lieht essential oils ami
• •tuer very cosily articles, of which one pound
cost* as much as ten pounds of any crude oil Unit
is put In ordinary lluiuieuta, and the proprlel.
en nnot possibly advertise to the extent
das» of liniments do, a» all the profit w< uld
nay the expense; so that those who have ai
Knowledge of the difference between a flrst-cla
medicine and an Inferior article, will
themselves to be humbugged.
A. A. Vt altqn,of Huntingdon Valley, Montaom
cry county, I a., writ« » that lie had a lame bark
lor a great manv years* bail suffered a great deal
and never■ found anything to help uni until be
tiled ine H. H. H. Medicine, which made a per
Haiuuel Carmen, Bensalem township, Bucks
county, I a., saya it has been worth a tliousand
dollars to him in curing his Kheumatlsin.
For aale by drugglaU and dealers everywhere.
If y .ur dealer does not hanpen to have Uln stock
« V lärer"?»Ä rrOU - UU,, '' » ut oB »>«■
D. Dodge Tomlinson,
PROPRIETOR and MANUFACTURES,
49^«methlag new ever? month In regard tn
nr M M W < ^i.UtwS-kwi
T H f„n V BLI(J 18 REQUESTED CARA
AJ« u y^dKw'ÄÄi , ,. ,, * w " d eul * r *' '
«^CAPITAL PRIZE. f7\ 000.-»
Ticket«, only |s.
Shares tn proportion.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
"We do hereby certify that
we super vis* the
arrangements for all the Monthly and Bernw
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana Bute Lottery
Company, and In person manage and control the
Drawings themselves, and that the same are con
ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good fhlth
toward «U parties, and we authorise the
pan y ta use this certificate, with fac-slmle b o
signatures attached. In Its advertisements. '
Hy an overwhelming popular
rint!t 1& n')' par . 1 * f the present Bute C
*d<»pted December 2d, a. D., is 79.
»tJ.» on 'y .Lottery ever voted
by the people or any State.
It never scale» or postpones
ÜE 'vâïmiïSiïj':* NU " B ™ »HAWIN.I8
roim/îî«! '" eio'hth K uAand y oihTÆ/
ääsmSH 5 '
Capital Prize, $75,000.
1 C'Al'ITAL 1'KIZE..* îf'SÎ
i capita). PHIZ*..
> Prill» ol «.«,) . .
. . • 10,000
. 26. on.
6 Prizes of
to Prizes ol
20 Prizes of
810 Prizes of
*)0 Prizes of
ROOO Prizes of
9 Approximation Prizes of 1760
9 * n
" 2 0
• ■ 4,6«)
2 2 r h
1.9«7 Prizes, amounting
mî^Pù 1C fL l i°fJ° r r ?£ B 10 clnb * should ouly l*
U.lRf °® C S of th**company In New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL HANK
„ „ New Orli a
Ordinary letters by Mall
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Or. M. A. »AUPHIV,
HOT Seventh 8t„ Washington, D. O.
A 7-octave Stclnway Square.
A 7-ocUve Chase Square.
im 1 *"" üprl,?ht ' lIld * flne 7,/ i 001
171 & 173 W Fourth St.
Fi»4 »iiw m mmom.
To close the balance
hand we cut down the
from $!0 to $7. This
for Coat, Vest, Hat and Mart.
They are of fine fancy Flannel,
the prettiest sort of a novelty
in summer dress, and save
more costly clothing
Bargain Serges, Green, at
$10. for men's suits; Blue
Coats, $6, and t ests, $1.60
All fine English goods, and
put at these prices to close.
Wanamakeb & Brown.
oa* Hall. Math and Market street.
for your Clothing t.y all means If you think
you can do better, but If you regard your
own Interest come am) ,ee what we can do
for you, and It may Interest you to know
that owing to our small expenses
do sell 20 per cent. Ice« than up town evtab
llsliment«. Now for a lew Items. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$8.00 will buy a poo.1 Working Suit., the
»me that you would have to pay $0.80 for
at the up-town establishment«. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$8.00, will buy a ueat Cansi mere 8uit, tlie
same that you would have to pay $10.00 lor
at the up-town efttablfelimeuts. At
STAR CLOTHIVG HALL
$10.00 buy« a fine Drcsa 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,
an teed or money ref unded.
Star Clothing Hal
iso MARKET STREET.
To Cash Buyers
e have inaugurated
classes of our
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.
In our Merchant Tailoring
we are offering
superior styles of Foreign and
Domestic Suitings and Trous
prices. Suits to order as low
as $15 of All-wool Diagonals.
a superior cutter and
first-class workmen, and in all
cases guarantee a good fit.
New styles in light-weight
suitings constantly being
ceived as fast as they come on
Our large stock of Boys' and
Children's Ready-made Cloth
ing has been reduced to
price that must compel them
Now is your chance
for good goods, at low prices at
John fl. Moore,
1 rade Dollars Redeemed
at tbe Wilmington Clothing
House, Fourth and Market
Trade Dollars at par value for
goods purchased of us to the
amount ot One Dollar and up
wards. Now is the time to
dispoce of them, and remember
we are offering Special Bar
gains in every department.
This will be an extra saving to
you and your chance to have
your Trade Dollars redeemed.
Do not wait for a better
tunity to save money.
JNO. W. DiEFENDORF & Co. I *°
reprinted from YE ^
A «D®U to
Macon, Oa., ,i U | v .,,, _
8ntmi<.| (Milton », s , ~ Tw " S 1 '«*
r*M«t, amt Cum,,, » ,
met Su,„lay | Ml . ,„ r , ,7 "'''PW ^
fllîbt, at the iou ty-lii,,. ""«Mnct
coonty, a„<1 Cmoo g o hi. i'' 1 ' 11
re»ei)(çe. "' 8 «
when the two
•eivlee l, H ,l
. tweemhllUB an ,i. , '""un
ehsnirliiK neighborhood i-,J
jt»t returning from. < lilt. n
tent from the chut !• wi, , r I
anrt an*« to meet ,, )(n spied £
When within ihr?; f,., t „, ,,
Canon rained a kmr,. a „d . ' » We»
have been talking about S «»,
knife Into ditto, >. P™W
the left, nipple. T»„. , 11( J u "t ii
tbrouirh the ribs, . "'"ku'e'Vü'l"' 1 !
Cn^nlT.'ei: 0 ^,* 1 " 1 ' 1 "'' 1 ' C J,
CH.ton Î. rolled, drei hT' l , V 7, U "'N
"'"le a step Inwards Ids h,,* 1 ' k ' lll( I
could etrik", however, he
Canon coolly walked to L. ,
Which hi. Vie, had Just | ruo P k "M
the I Mood from hi. I,ai„|. n,,,' ï "
to where the dead mnn lav T', Unt
tt him, he „Id: -Th ,I "7 ^
each." Turning to tht
çonçeyatlon who .urmundial ft"
lyaed with horror, he 1*7 then?'
A Burglar Htoit l»y'a u „ man ,
Hartford, Conn Jni?
Brace, an Invalid, r. et,|,. K ôt," Mri ' *•
ol the main street, In West Tfartfnrrt
tng with her as a corauaui. » i
Annl- Oabell, .g,.,| 77,L
o-elm-k &*,,Xy Kly Z^
rae awakened I, y a sound «it.
ivrson was trying to open a wlmlnwu
and she saw the bead and shoulders i
large man as he prepaid to enter ,h7„
He was standing on a ladder resUn.7
ground outside. Ml.s «shell «W
hin, to desist, when he responds "«!
»'V'f 7 'irml a revj
point, blank at him, and win, , gnJbo
down to the ground. Search w
the miscreant, but he could n.i
though It is probable he w
hot be fou
Without I «septum, aie the llue.t fumti
tn the Bute. The o|ieratlnsr roera li
modele.). New and improved lustrum
We have made entire chauire
and now have flrel.claes
propose to do is to give you first qualttv
work equal to any made In the city, alt
same old prices. We show
only six days of the
202 Market 8ire»*t.
Our gallery U
• ( 'k. Hutterleyi
Arthur Clare, mam
It Is easily pi
_ ÎU that malarial fen
constipation, torpidity of tlu* liver and k
neys, general debility, nervousueii i
neuralgic ailment« yield readily to thia rr
disease cooquerer, Hop Bitters. It rew
the ravages of diseuse by convertie !
food Into rich blooil, and It gives tew |
aud vigor to the aged and infirm always.
Clears out rats, inlee, roaches, fli«,i
bod-bugs, skunks, chipmunks, gopher»,
in all II« forms post lively cured with Em
8landard Uuie t HU, e
purely vegetable, joutaiii no quinine
other poisonous agencies, end urged by j
rtlclaiih and sold by drugglbls everyth
25 and 50 cents.
Work Given ot
On receipt of your address we willnulj
an offer by which you cau earn to|
eveuliigM. at your home. Men, Woo«
Boys or Girls can do It. II. C. Wilkin«
Jc Co., 195 and 197 Fultou street. Ne
the Ago of 103.
Undertaker Palmer removed the body
8uruh Mugbc», colored, to Havre de Gr»
Md., where the remains will be burled
morrow. Deceased was 108 ye
lived for a numb) r of ye
of Silver Brook and died of old age on
in the vicinl
GOOD N t:\VS FROM TEXAS.
Mr. Thomas A Howard, of Honey Gron
Fannin County, Texas, under date ot April!
1883, writes as follows:
"1 have been sulloriug during several y ee*
from severe illness, und a general breakiu)
down of my jtliysioal system, and have triedtfe
treu tnieut and prescriptions of many doclfll
tar and near, and travelled to the Hut Spring
and other mineral springs famous fur thel
Hal quulitieH, drinking thu waters au
bathing systematically in their healing depth»
but all to no avail, as 1 steadily tailed in health
and although iuforined by my physicians tha
uiy ailments und weaknesses were tbe resultfl
kidney disease of a dangerous character,the)
could give me nothing to cure me. Durluglk
past two years my sufferings at times ten
dreadful, and I lmd the most indescritaWl
pains in the regions about the kidneys, thepsr
oxysms of which
impossible for uiu to sleep,
plorablo and discouraged condition 1 was pet*
suuded to try Hunt's Remedy, and after using
less than half a bottle my great s Höring* and
entirely relieved, mH
d longer than 1 had iu t»®
re as tu render It
While iu Thu de
paroxysms of pail
could Bleep better
years before, aud although 1
third bottle ouly my Improvement is very re
markable, and 1 regret that 1 did nut kuuwol
wonderful curative power»
1 heartily recommend It M
Komedy before, :
years of sullonng.
all afflicted with any kidney dirouse
of the urinary organs.
"HIT MY CASE EXACTLY."
in the high 1 *
r It hit in) " 1 *
PleitHo allow me to speak
terms of "Hunt's Remedy," ft
exactly: 1 had kldiiey and urinary
pretty bud. 1 was recommended Hunt « Ke»*
*e. 1 ffx* tw(>
Please receive the sincere thunks of my self 5>r
the benefits which 1 sought vainly for an
found only in Hunt's Remedy.
1 will choerfu ly give this same opinion
Hunt's Remedy to any one who wBhM ik )
addressing ROBERT I). AKC'HfcK
811 Linnard street, Phlladelpb»^
a decided change at the fir»t du
bottles aud have felt like a m*w man
edy. i took
j o. arcoRMicK,
8. K. COR. SEVENTH AND
Best grades of
? H. M'WHORTER & CO., |
Wholesale ami Ketall Dealer« ln »11 Kind« ol I
AGRICUL'IURAL IMPLEMENTS, I
SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC.,, |
steam engines & sfparatck*- I
*° 1 • W«l»T4.ltlNTt>TBMT i< ^UiijAl' 1
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