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REPRINTED PROM SATURDAY
P=pT|,
a» Urne S£EE?^ l r* 1
B« Coolly Allow» » Wit»
ArrMtad on
mu AUaehtneut to Eseaym
Another u modcl M incompetent ha» shown,
S stupidity and ignorance oA kl* àati? m a
police officer. Several day» ago a woman
named jpMnard appeared and bad a warrant
Issued (or her husband who,»be all
been abuaijur her. The triRl was
yesterday tnmmng and she failed to appear,
Judçe Cummin» Issued au atla»:bnieol for
her and placed it in "model" Simmons'
hand» and directed him to brtug her 'to the
Hall and keep her there until the trial,
ttmmohto got her, by threafc, to appear and
egwd,
, had
for
with ajtacrée «Uipkiily tliat only one of
Siodsfo ^ro capable ot, lie let her sit alone
ajyd uuwMtchfd. Finally ihe husband en
leftxl, and seeing bi» wife there, he called
her lolo oi^ corner of the room aud entered
into Oftcveraatioii with her, and several w..o
»aid that he gave her
itpg. .Clerk Pennington called 8 im
alieutlou to them, but he took no
wHkteler of what the clerk said.
a* bad talked to hl» wife a lew
ts she left and wbe» the
dor the trial «be woman
of cAurso wa- not on baud. Judge
Ciitaioalu» \ rdouked the officer-■ (or his
action and told him that it was bis duty to
ke«p her iu his custody uutll her trla! ; and
that 4 to officer who allows a prisoner to e»
cay>e 18 liable to indictment. Atter giving
a few words Of advice a» to his duty as an
officer the Judge directed bimmous to Und
the woman and lock her up until the time
for her bearing.
♦aw the
tht
Àdmjrwvtpx
ALL
Ab Interesting lie ter
Ettquire Vaudegrift.
Last evening a referee trial took place be
fore Esquire Yaiidegrift, the parlies lo ih
suit being John D. Dorman, of äuesex
county, ai d Mrs. 8 arah E. Ennis, of this
city. The amount ln queatiou was |19.H7,
with iutemt due from October 28, 1882.
From the evidence it appeared that th*
ol cut
98. In
Tria. Before
plainlifi bad luruiabed two boat load»
wood to tbe defendant, valued at $4
payment of tbe amount tbe defendant gave
two checks, amounting #436.13, aud also
paid tbe captain ol the vessel #42 freightage.
The suit was brought to recover the balance.
Thomas Davia, Esq., appeared for Ule plain
tiff, and argued mat the contract had been
fulfilled. The defeudaut claimed that the
wood was not sawed according to contract,
aud she lost on it. After the matter had
beeu submitted to the relerees they awarded
tbe plaintitl #4.57 aud costs. The referees
were: B. F. Towuseud, George Allraon and
Malachi Barlow.
Verdict of Accidentally Killed.
A jury of six was empanne! led by Deputy
Palmer, who held an inquest upon
ihe remains of William J. Maas, at 11.30
this morning. The evidence of Conductor
Ueorge D. BcheeU, Engineer John W. Har
rod aud Fireman Fraucis ii. Hammett war
substantially tbe »ame as that published in
an earlier edition, aud a Veidict in
accordance with the facts was reutlereu,
with a recouimendaliou that the railroad
authorities raise the brid e iu question &«
that accideuts o a similar nature will be
avoided iu the future. The lather of Un
deceased was present at the iuquest aud bad
the body immediately removed to 1341
Clarion etreet, Philadelphia,the resideuce oi
di ceased, who was about 30 years old.
I loi
Gilpin P. Sttdkaiu Dead.
Gilpin P. 8:.idham died at hi« farm iu
ChribUana hundred, yesterday, alter a brief
Bluest, in the 70th year ol his age. De
a brother ol L. W. Stidham,
acliiueer, aud was well aud favorably
known in this city, haviug lived all his lilt
on his lariu
within two aud a-half tulles oi Wiluiiugton.
The luneral will take place ou Mouday moru
iug at 11 o'clock. Services will be held at
Mt. Salem church aud the b<»dy will be iu
teried in the cemetery couuected with tin
church.
MUM d
the Lancaster pike, aud
oar Kooina,
Without exception, are the finest furulshed
in the ötute. The operating room is re
modeled. New and improved instrument*,.
We have made entire change in our hel}
and now have first-ciass xueu. What wt
propose to do is to give you first quality 01
work equal to any made in the city, at tht
same old prices. W e show you proof ano
guarantee satisfaction. Our gallery is opeL
only six days oi the weck. Öutterley «St Co.,
203 Market street. Arthur Clare, manager
Haybsvillb, Ohio, Feb. 11, 1880.
I am very glad to say 1 have tried Hop
Bitters, aud uever look anything that dio
*r** much good. 1 only Look t*o bottles
and 1 would not take $100 for the good the)
did me. 1 recommend them to my patients,
and get the bes«. results lrom their use.
C. B. Mkhcbk, M. D.
Of the Many Kemedles.
before the public for Nervous Debility and
weakness ol Nerve Generative System, then
is none equal to Allen's Brain Food, which
promptly aud permanently restores all io>i
vigor; it uever laus. $1 pkg., 6 lor #5—At
druggist or at Allen's Pharmacy 2151slave.,
New York.
A. O. V. W.
secoud annual excursion to Ocean Grove
y Park, under the auspices ol
Industry Lod^e No. 2 and Delaware L odge
No. 5, ou Thursday, August 2. Train
leaves P., W. àc B. depot at 5.45 a.
sharp. Adult ticket», #2.
and As
m.
"Muchupaib»."
V^uick, complete cure, *11 annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary diseases. $1.
Druggists.
Dr. Simms' i't
The perfection of pain medicines immedi
ate in r Bering cramps, pains, cholera mor
bus, ueuralgia, rheumatism, cholera, etc.,
5U cents. Depot Fourth aud King.
The 1'uzzle
How to keep cool is very satisfactorily solved
by vieiting A. Il&uber'b saloon, 200 West
street. It i6 in reality Cape May at home.
Coilee
Always fresh roasted at Crippen's.
THE LARGEST RETAIL STUCK OF DRY
GOOD».
Stkawhridgb «& Clothier,
Dealekh in Dry Goods Exclusively,
Eighth and Market Streets,
Philadelphia.
.Searcher.
*Aruong the
oi remedial
agents are the medical preparations lrom the
abratory of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, Lynn
Mass.
uiiv ms«.
cutter lev k fi«.. Photographers. 809 market st
THE RAILROAD»
A Local Tliuc Table With the Latest
Correction.
IKAlNti LEAVE WILMINGTON »'OK
Phila.— 7,1X1*. 7.28*, 6.30, 6.40, 7.00, 7.60, P.lot
6.16, IMtU, il.-JU, y.66, 10.80, 10.30,11.63 a. In . 13.00t,
m.; 12.16, 12.38, 1.64, 2.30, 4.00, 6.17*, 6.300
6.38*, 6.66,7.26,7 30*, « '
Nbw York—
12.38, 1.64, 6.1
* p.
*, 2.23*, 6.30,9.68, 11.63 a.
6.38*, 7.28 p.
Baltimore—- 1.06*, 1.42*, 4,51*,8.05*, 9.17*, a
». 12.27, 1.00, 1.09, 6.00, 6.WJ, 0.67, 11.04* p..in
WaBHINOTOE—1.42*,
LUO, 1.0», 5.
Baltim
1 06*, 9,17* a. m. 1.
»Trains running both daily and Sunday.
4.61*, 8.06*, 9.17* a. m
,6,67.11.04* p. in.
1 NTBKMUD! ATB STATIONS- -
. 5.00, 6.U0p.
tTratnj rvaningr only on Sunday.
M'tWki
l r
urn.
jJSJLaWarb Kail*oai>— fl.OO»,iUüf a,m.
a.UO*, 4.00|,e.2frt P* rn. No Sunday uatus.
•Kor New Oaatle only.
4 ffer Barrington end to termed late stations.
tKxpress for I>e! mar.
SMB
±
ihe
Ices
"
In
Wilmington, Noktbbkm Hailkoao— 7.ou a. m.
l.Ofl, 6.06, e.36|p. in. Sundays, 7.üüa. in, and
8 . 10 ,p. "• f '
SR* KA.0YttOAD--7.05 10.30
ktoday trains io.3fq s. m.
DBLAWARtt VVÜ'
a. m. 5.30 pj m.
8.00 p.UA. 1 ■—
•ud
hy
JX
dr*
un
t
\
rKAINS AJiHiVkat Wna^ltN«TON FROM
Phila —l-j. 6 . 1.4. LdM, A47< fd.Oi" J u. 1 'A
y.46, iu.iot il i5 a. *iIgt, 12.80/ 107, i 30f,
J.ftO, 3.66, 4.3» 4.66,te3#, 5Al t f 1». A4*, 7.3o,t 6 Uf,
U.6Ü, If 68 p.p(./ ?■ ■
Nbw Yori —l.at*. 4.4?*; 8 .QBf, 0.À a. m. 1A60
1.07. 4.66,8.< »*, WM }». BA.
HaltimobA— 1. 8 k\ ?.L 8 '. Al 34, VÀ4. 11.43 S. tn
19.86, 1.61, .11 , |;8»l' .'7^4, V.4V fp. m
WisuiH
?.61,.C.U ,6:W*TT9
« Goth daily and
t un Sunday onl;
rv. -
Dklawa
6.06*»
NO
1.48 a.
a- 1 .
18,
1 /.W.
;n.i
my.
f
lu. 16 a.
Ins.
^ 4 K 9 a« No Sii
* F rum New Uaetle only .
WlLMlaUTO* A Nobthukh Kailruau—
s.tu, LI .OAa. m. 0.42 p. m. Suuday. ln.au
7.00p. in.
lb
*1
IBuwab WaaTBior BAdnRoAis
/*p.ui BunAy trulua |ii|u ». in.
-R.uu a.*m.
6.40p. in.
'CHAIN» UbWE ri)Ji WAUAUNA'iVN
PWILADBCPHi A tht* BhOA J> NTUlTaT 1 Mifu I
12.80*, 8 . 66 *, 6,30. 7.20*,8.00, 8.21,8.36f, 10.16,11.30.
11.60 a m. 12.9«, 1.32f, 3.16
6 .u 6 , 8.20.6.66, 6.08t-8.36, 8.30*. 0.30, 1
fâ.
Nsw Uurruh-s.aa, «.38, 10 . 02 , 11.48 a. m.
.40, 6.36 p. in.
* Trams running uutn daily and Sundaj.
fTrafn* running only on Sunday.
A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
and way stations at 7.48 a. m., returning leave
Newark at 8.26 a. m. tor Wilmington and way
stations.
The Black figures denote the Limiten
t£xpre«M Trat u».
OUK MAILS.
Their Arrive! end Departure, Taking
Effect July 1st, 1883.
The Post Office in this city will be open daily,
except Sunday, from6.3Ua. m. to Up. m. Pri
vate boxes are accessible until 11 p. in On
1 to U3u a. in. Private
. The whole
The
Sundays opeu from 8.3U
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p.
sale stamp window will close at ö 30 p
money order office will close at tf p. in.
MAILS CLOS a AS FOLLOWS :
NORTH.
Wilmington k Northern Railroad to Reading
Pa., and points on the Baltimore and Central
south of Chadd's Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia closed pou h, 8.30 a. m
Philadelphia and waytnail, u a. m.
New York, Pennsylvania and points east and
west, uam.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landeuburg
10 a. ui.
Philadelphia, New Y oilT city. Pennsylvania
—id New Jersey, 11.6o a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all point« east
and west, 1.30 p. in.
Philadelphia, New York
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New Y«
poaches, y.36 p in.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, aud all
points west and southwest y.36 p. in,
All points north, east, west and southwes t, 1
i all points
cities clewed
All Louisiana lisent west except New Orleans
which is seut south ou through mails.
SOUTH.
Baltimore and way mall, 7.40 a. m.
Washington aud all points south, 7 40 a. m
the P
All poiuts
Suppliuieutary mall for the Pcni
Baltimore, Washing;
1 * 2*80 p. in.
Newport. Stanton, Newark, fclktou aud
H ivre de Grace. 1*2.30 ». m
Points on Baltimore Central,between Port De
posit, and Chadd's Ford, i2.3Up. m.
Baltimore aud Hay Lino steamurs, 4^0 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrington, including
Delaware City au«l St. Qforge?, 6.8U p m.
Haiti more, closed pouch 5 60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all jioinls south
nsula, 8.30 a.
aud all points south,
lip. m.
MAILS AUHIVB AMD UK A I
»OK DKLIVKKY .
Wilmington k Northern Railroad 6.30
Fl
From New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points, 8 3o p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York aud points
uorth, east aud west, 8 3u a. in.
way mall from Philadelphia. 8.30 a.m.
Peninsula aud all north oi Harrington
baltimore and way mail, 0.60 a. in.
Baltimore, l'2.3o p. m
From Peninsula mail, 1*2.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York uu«l points
north and east, 1.20 p. in.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. m.
Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. in.
From Philadelphia, New York aud points
north and oust, 6.40 )>. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and poiuts
south and southwest, 6.^0 p. in.
Carriers diliveries
eral ; 10 10 a._,
4.00 p. partial.
Col lections from street boxes
t 8.30 aud lo a. in., i.3o
will be
0.16 a.
I
t
follow* : 6.30 a.
partial ; i.3ü p.
•, gen- I
., general
; made by the
p m.
de at 7.30
Jelfersou aud
Lombard and Water aud Thirteenth sircets
inclusive. Un Sunday a full o«)llection will he
made at LOU p.m. Local letters for carriers
del-very should bo deposited in Post Office ten
minutes betöre the hour of delivery
W. Y. SWlOQET, Postmaster.
carriers
An additional collect!'
f*. in. from all boxes betwr
d 4
UNJ> ER TA tx ERS.
J OHNSON A BARNHILL,
burnishing Undertakers
,
a. w. COR. TENTH A MARKET, BTB.,
WILMINGTON, DBL.
HasiDKBcas :
L. HARRY JOHN »ON,
617 Jefferson at.
r>2B-ntwf-ly-14
G. T. BARNHILL, !
23d and T»tn»l stg.
EYE GLASSES.
ESTABLISHED 1783.
I
I
SPECTACLES
Superior lenses
lanshlp
d skillful work
bined, have given
Spectacles a NATIONAL REPUTA
TION.
OPERA. GLASSES !
TELESCOPES !
W. M. & J. 0. M'Allister,
728 CHESTNUT ST.,
FHILADKLPH.A.
.
J O. M'COHMICK,
». E. COR. SEVENTH AND JEKKKRs« )N »T»
—Dealer In—
GROCERIES
— A No
J'ROVISIONS.
Beet grades of
ELOCR, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS
FOUO MMSVtn ATIt'M.
S200 A YEAR
trar

21
at
2;
«. 1 M. 1 V voia aKe
NO »TALK T.». OH.
M>feYflfi Y'.ltv «*1 jf ••• ' flti 'S '
± ïïï> ^ÄÄÄ aÄsrtasf^Ä.
ihe article« treated It is s<» pimple I o » ration
tltat a child cau folio the dira Huas, U *har . -
Ices a* *hD, and oo->t* calf a fraction of a »cut t •
pounds sent ore-paid uy wall **r ex er«»* (»»«*
prêter) on receipt of price Naine your express
" in 2«Xr!ft.5Wt ÏÎUBt hu!»
Anti
"W
CAN BE SAVED
In the Living Expanses of the
Family
ofU X MAGNUS, the Humiston F-wd
ervatlve. It «»rea.rvea Meat, Fish, Milk,
, Eggs and all «.ImU of Attiwai Fo«hI fresh
•ud »wwt for weekaev- h in tf,e hotUat weather.
hy tbe
This can bej/ror* .•» l»v the leatluK-id I« of
dr* d« who have tried it. V. u can prove it lor
yt.urseii for &>.» cent«. » ou will ttn«f that tills la
un article wbl h will »ave yon a great dual of
money.
NO IWHIBEp MILK.
HO HIM! UK I) MKAT.
Colle
;uKl * hueHt*; Anti-• *•* ment, Anti-Fl)
Mo'il, 6 »»r^ |»« , r !t> t* rh. I'krl «tt crfSM/ I|U««B
rnVkg > itfiA Aqu .»Vlt# lWflulA «txtracU, ft per
lb each.
TUB UUMImTON FOOD I'HKhEKVlkU
CO* FA NY,
Ti Kilby 8t„ Boston, Maas.
to
HAVE YO(J TRIED IT?
THEOt.l) ADAGE, I HAT "AN OUNCE OF
PREVENTION 18 W -KTH A POD Nil OF
CUKE, " WA 8 Ns VEK MOKE APTl.Y IL. UM
TRÄTE!» THAN BY tfIM WHO TA KEM HIM
DOME OK TAKUANT'M MKLTZER APERIENT
BE FORE THE *OKNlNO MEAL. F»»R T NOT
ONLY GENTLY REGULATE» AND I I BI
FIK» THE 8 Y 8 TEM BUT IS A PR<*TEtTlON
AGAINST DISEASE, WHICH NO ONE
OUGHT TO DISREGARD. ALL DKUUUlSiS
HAVE IT.
of
MtHVtr VI.UTUI JVG.
'J'HE
GREATESTCUT
1
—OF—
ALL!
—AT THE—
MISFI T
PARLORS.
A
Prices Cut 50 Per Cent !
Call and examine the prices
in the window. It will ctmvey
a better impression ot our re
duction than a half a page ol
reading matter. All the goods
in the store will be sold in pro
portion. Now is the time
while our stock is stdl full and
a good assoument to select
from.
Coats,
1 usters and Creole fruits in
large quarters at the
in.
White Vests, Alapaca
Linen and Mohair
I
he
MISFIT
PARLORS,
No. 1 East Fourth Street.
, HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE?
TUE
ODOMETER
!
WILL TELL.
This Instrument Is
__ larger than » watc h. Ii
tell» the exact number of milts driven to the
l-inoih part <1 a mile; c ounts u p to^l,»66~mil. «;
wat er and dust t ight; always In order; saves
horses from being
driven; la eaajfy attached
Ihe wheel of a Buggy, Carriage, Sulky.
I Wagon, ltoari « art, Sulky Plow, Reaper, Mower,
I or other vehicle. Invaluable to Liverymen,
Plea-iire Drivers, Physicians, Farmers. Hurv«*y
or-, Draymen, Exprcnsiuen, »tage
P< ice on I y |6.00 each,
, A .
i-third the price qf aqy
Odometer. When ordering give diameter
of tbe wit
. bent by mall on receipt of price,
post p aid. Address.
MolMiNNKL OUOMKTKK CO.,
2 North La Salle St., Chicago.
fiäF*S«-:.«l for Circular.
!
J^INDEMAN
P1ANOB
A 7 tx'.lHVi- btein way flquipr«
A ?-octave Chaee Square
Halnee U|irlKht, and a line 74* oct at
»175. at
f
LINDEM AN BROS.,
ni*ï78W bourtbSt.
CINCINNATI o
REPAINTED FROM SATURDAY
VITAL. «UTUIIM.
mu lte«cU*«»r »• r alter*» I
ncar»« I ü»tltere,i 1
Wueki' Report.
The following i* the w« ok'» record of mar
riage*, birtfi* and dt ihr reported U> Uegia
trar Fraser:
Total number of >1' ;*rli«*» HO. For the eor
rttapondtnjf week ol I
a» follow»:
21 ; black, 9; adult
at the aliuehotiM
State«, 28; loreigu
brought here for tut» i uunt, 4; «eut away, 4;
passed through this city, 2
Caupea ol death:* Act nieuU, 3; coueUmp
tioo, .H; cholera inianlu'ii. 5; couvulaiona,
2; uicuiugitl», 3; mu 1 annus, 2; cirrhoekt of
liter, chronic bright» il:.-eu»c, debility, diar
rlicuu, eulaigeuu nt ol the braiu t eiiUrilis.
heard Oiaeaee, iuauiUou, natural causes, old
aKe > P*rtU)nltIs, typhoid malarial fever,
atraluils, one
By «aid«—Sra nd, .j; Third, 3; Fourth,
1 i-«v h v âi »r Te, '. t ï ' V S;
Ninth, 8 ; Tenth, 5; Eleventh, 1.
ClBMtttd according to age •• follow«:
#r u, m i o «. o
umä!io >%*
»£«■";* üA0 ' ^f 80 -
l,^Ut W, i, 80 lo IUP, i.
Fof the week there were 48 births re
î#aei. a .Wto funil's, a: ^mslvs, 90; ttluek
mal*», 3; Umalt .-, 1. By ward«: First, 3;
speond, 2; Third, 3; Fourth, 5; Fifth, 2;
»Sixth, 8 ; Seventh, 3: I lifhth, 13; Ninth, 8 ;
Tenth, 1.
Four marriagt s, two white and two black,
"W w flrWeo reported
year, 24; cln»affied
Ifalce, IT; f-malw, 13; whit# f
10 ; minors, 2 D; dcatlis
Î; I'oru in tlm United
: piematurc birth», 1 ;
:h.
Ksouraion t inform Adopted.
At a moetiug of the Ftlendship Fire Com
pany, last evening, the following uniform,
to be worn ou th«/ excursion to Noiristuwu
Fa-, äeplem Iter 14 und 15, next, was adopted:
Dsik blue fire coats, buckskin ga
blue fire bat» with silver-plated
pieces, blue belt», red shirt black
necktie and black pants. The coats wUT t>e
doubb'-breasteti and trimmed with 14 white
pearl buttons. Either a white or black
fatigue cap will be worn. The englDe wilh
also be hamlsoimly fixed up aud Utkeu
along on the trip.
untie a,
front is
MUttlit Fire.
The alarm ol fire this morning about 10.10
o'clock, from box 24, was caused by thé
slight burning of the roof on what is known
» Shakespeare'» mill, at the Harlan & Hol
lingsworth Company '» works, i he flames,
after burning a bole in the roof, were extin
guished by the application of a few buckets
of water. The jrigln of the fire is unknown.
A Wonder till Discovery.
Head's Three-Mi ii ute Headache and Neu
ralgia Care is Uiu wunder ol the nineteenth
century, as no sick or nervous headache, neu
ralgia, or any acute pain can resist it mure than
two minutes, a» cau lie proven by hundreds of
Baltimore's best ci tltens. It's an outward ap
plication, and only cunts 26 cents. Sold by all
druggists and oouutry stores. W. H. Eead,
proprietor, Baltimore and Light streets, Balti
more, Md. Sent by mail on reoeipt ot 30 oents.
U. S.
Also proprietor of Head's Qrand Duchess
Cologne—the finest cologne In the world.
A little rub with gentle hand,
Applying Bead's Three- Ali nute Cure
headache on the earth will stand.
But vanish In
Thousands say It »
When headache
In silent night or busy noon,
So easy thus to free the pain.
No
instant sure.
• a priceless boon
racks the throbbing bmin
No dose is given: no stop to rest;
No doctor's bill, or bun iaged brow.
This wmndri
has many blesse«!,
They sjmak iuruptures oi it
Seven doctors recommend Read's Three
Minute H«'adacheand Neuralgia Cure as
of the wonders of the age.
Read's 3-Mlnutu tt ea dache ft Neuralgia Dure.
Read's 3-Minute Headache k Neuralgia Cure.
Road's 3-Minute Headache k. Neuralgia Cure.
Read's 3-Mluute Headache k Neuralgia Cure.
Road's 3-Minuto Hea<lache A Neuralgia Cure.
Read's 3-Mlnute Headache k Neuralgia Cure.
Only 26 oents, or five for fl.
Only 26 cents, or five tor $ 1 .
Only *26 cents, or five for 81.
Only 26 cents, or flvx for#l.
This Is the wonder of tbe nineteenth oentary
This fs the wnnde* f t.he *ilY«#»t*«ntb ceotuv
!
I'Uk till tlAKKMh.
Local gMotatiOD* Corrected DaUy
Street Harket.
HAT, FMKD. BTO.—OOKRBOTan DAILY BV W. 4
. 417 FBBMOH HTKmrr:
per nu per
LUO a l.io
MORROW.
Haj.
Straw.
Oats. .
Bran, double bushel_
Cracked Corn.
Middlings,double bushel.
Coarse meal,.
Corn..-,«. ..
Shelled :orn.
Oruund e«»man<i oats.
»0
fl
M
76
1 >
a
BO
H
66
BUTT «H, S«UH. POULTRY.
DAILY
Print butter, per tt wholesale » .20
Print •• " " retail.26
' " wholesale. .20
* *' retail.
Eggs, wholesale, per do ten.
Eggs, retail, per dozen.
Chickens, alive wholesale.
Chickens, dru8se,d wholesale..
Chickens, alive, retail..
Chickens, dressed, retail.
Cheese, wholesale, per pound..
Cheese, retail, " ".
BJUCV OOKKHOTBD DAILY BY WILLIAM
»MOOMDSTKRJAT MARX HT.
Sirloin steaks per pound
Rump steak « per pound
Round steaks' per pound
Rib roast per iKiund....
Chuck
{Stewing pieces
Boiling bi
Shins, ...
Kidney fat,per pound....
Lamb chops, per pound..
Lamb roasts, per pound..
Mutton chops, per pound
Mutton roasts, per pound.
Veal cutlets, per pound..*
Veal roasts, per pound...
FOKK BTO..
rro.. ooRHMtrra»
1. U. KHANK k HON, 600 H1MO
» .23
1 ub
l Bl
.26
.ay
18
.26
Ml
a
16
14
II
18
Iff
.1*
.18
OLAVJtY
.au e
■26
• 1« 9 .18
. JO
.«t per pound.
. .14
.10
.12
a
pur pound
»
,6e
. .08
.'20
.24
.20
.20
.io
. .90
28
.16 o
18
HtRaOTttD DAILY
«• O. DILL
STALL V, BBOOMD STREBT MARKET.
Wholesale
retail
Smoked hams.
Hhoulderß .
Dried beef.
Ball Hitch.
Smoked bacon.
Bolug na sausag« ... 12)4
FISH,
14
lfl
.... 11
II
lb
M
.... 12
.... 14
14
16
u
Ii
«;
LI
CHXBHKOTED DAILY BT POWELL, THIRD
Pike.
Rock fish, per (K>und....
Whit« Perch, per pound
'Trout, per pound....
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, p, *
Biack huh
Hlue flub.,
ana, p
Ha<id
Market cod
Pickerel ...
Butter firth.
.11
. . l6
.it
.20
pound
J#
• 9
.
ock.
.Uo
i*
. .10
YBOBTABLB».
Potatoes, per hair-peox. 14
uot,i b»oe, p«r half j»«ok.. .J fi
Cabbage,per head....,
Turnips, por half nook.
''Herv. noMmno** .. .
.1
I'ltUFUMflOAAJ, UAJtDB.
JOHN 0. COLE,
w 1 >t a k ï i-um.io, and ju.mcior thil
riAUu
K-Sr*?'." 0 '" WMtBUtt w,
D KS J- N. * j. B. HOBEN8ACK,
Sru- o#« 11 wltb tne effects of »ELF- ABUSE
"iSHSK^y «I ALIZATION should not hesitate
ÄÄ U oi tJ N **J- B. HOBENHACK of Mfl N
»treet. Philadelphia, either by mall or bv
f VoTi! î? rla * lht * »»o»« Of8 a. m toi 5ÏÏ. %J3
Advice fr tt .
ditlon an«l the
Whosoever should know his con
way to Improve it should read
"WlblHtM IN A NUT-SHELL."
receipt of three-cent.stamp.
tteut
MBU<
mmuu.Ai..
Don't fail to try the Great
Remedy t e CELEBRATED
I
>L
H tt tt
. XX. ix.
MEDICINE
A Friend le the Afflicted!
AM A FAMILY MKMBDY it has no equal.
worth for
lk>
KHEUMATIRM, HEUBAI.OIA. »Il'IITHE
HIA. fARALVBI», PA Ul). 1« THK HKaI>
AN» BAUE, PBORCEI» FEEr.RTirr JOINTH,
I.AMKMIML l*I.BCnUBY, and (or «nrn.i
fOR INTERNAL LINK
BwnueB W TOw.l». wm»— nom so 'iron u,
«t^STÄ 1 .» fc. ,ur
nnnrt v, U i.A «.vor-IMttln# tnunkold rcoi«l>.
Ä«ia«
SM
the foi
Rat.rat. a mutila or Une. etoth ana bind It an
•be throat for ahoM thirty mla.tea, and nut a
drv cloth over it to nrarui th.evaporauontVon.
rtBÄn?. w .S^Ä. b , i rcM5
Absorb Iht* w»Utr UlaI pssssso . thvu take wckttl.
snd spread iliksk with parc ho.- 's lard, ami Uiml
U un the blister and rtuDir« *»v«ry hour, which
tUsease thro i I the pores.
U iu* will benaj « oexcetu a pur
. Children shoiM notbehllsleretf
II when used a*
will absurh ail
internai a
gative medic
more than ten minâtes.
This has never been known to
•Ur eted.
FOR HORSES.
No horseman should be without a uoitak in h.
tkblc lu case ui SixldeuL as it
sure cure foi
oU EMU
idem
Swi-eouv
irb, splint
SS&k
BLOOD OH BUNK BL'XVIN,
UttialHj*«, and win A
Callou» Lumps left from kicks
without injuring the growth
nrevad a
or other ifreise ,
ol the hate. H *
Kootfr and Distemper, uMb from one to tv
lsters, then put a cloth aroanii th
u
iroat to keep it warn
The above fn valuable mefficlnc has gainé«! lui
itaelf a ratte to be auvle«i by hundred» of i
facturer» of Crude OU LinisaeiiU that fall te p« r
I«>ru4 cures aa reeoaimeinkMLto <tu. aud ditty re
to many fklae recommendation»
the public. Tlie H. II. H.
1» prepared from the very beat essential oils and
other very co»Uy article*, of which one pound
as much as ten pounds of any crude «Jl that
is put in ordinary liniment«, and the propriet«»!
« nnnot possibly adverttae to the extent Ihn
das» of nnlments do, as aP the profit wi nié not
nay the expense; bo that Mio»« who hav# any
knowledge of the difference between a flm»<'la..
diclne. and an luferlor article, will not sutler
themselves to be bum bugged
aim
■ ...
CERTIFICATES:
A. A. Wallon, of Hunttiurdou Valley, ManUfom
cry county. Pa., writes that he had a lak».-T»ack
lor a great many v* art: had suffered a groat deal,
and never .»uni anything to help mm until h«
tiled lue H. H. H. Medicine, which made a 1
feet cure.
Hamuel Carmen, Bensalem township, Buck
county. Pa., say* U baa been worth a thoiibam
d«»11an> to him In curing hi* Rheumatism.
Kor sale by druggists and dealers everywhere,
y ur dealer «lue» not happen u> have it hi stock
_v«- him get it for you. Don't be put off with
inferior article.
ha
M
D. Dodge Tomlinson,
PROPRIETOR and MANUFACTURER,
Philadelphia, Pa-.
*• UernethJn^ new everv month^ lu^ regard t
2
'HE PUBLIC 18 REQUESTED CARR
l FULLY to notice the 1
heme lo be drawn monthly.
kW'APlTAL FKI At,
IcWeta, oniv |6.
and eu Jar »re
4
»hares iu proportion.
mm
»0
liOuisiANA State Lottery Co
"We do hereby certify that we «u par vise Uu
angeuieuts for all the Monthly »nq a^uiW
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lotter«
Company, and is person manage and control thi
Drawings them»«I vex, and that the
ducted with honesty, fairness, and in t
toward all parties, and we authorize the
P*ny t» use this certificate, with fhc-sliul«* o
signatures attached, in its advertisements. "
same are con
good fis'tb
Commnt*ii»sMtt».
_ popular vote lu Iran ch la*
ÄÄXITir Oon«u„6S
byih, K ,,,Urf OB "* «*>««•
never scales or postpones.
JS Nri,BBR
A »PLKND1D OPPORTUNITY TO WIN a
FORTUNE. EIGHTH GRAND DRAWI&«
AumKT uth T iiÄ. K v 'ij, ) J t u KA n ». toeSBi?;
AUGUsT 14th, 1888.—169th Monthly Drawlngi
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100.000 TICKET» AT FIVE DOLLAR»
FRA4T10N8, In FIFI'HH In PROPORTION*'
J CAPITAL PRIZE.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
I CAPITAL PRIZE.
8 Prises ol
5 Prlzt-s of
10 Prizes of
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
*>(l Prizes 0 /
tOO Prizes oi
1.000 Prise» 0 /
• 76, UW>
.... 2S|Ü0t
. 10,066
. 12,000

... 10,000
8,000
2,000
LQOQ
•'00 .
i:
100
000
»eaaoxiMAnon
26. QUO
RIB SB
• Approximation Pri** of 6760...
" 6**...
184780
. 4,800
. 2 | 2*0
1,9g: Prises, amounting lo...
*r! U 'X lo *J° r 10 clnbe «hould only be
*5^- «RÄf °® c * of the company in New Orleans.
For farther information write clearlv, glvtnir
full addrmw. Address P. O. Money Orders *
Reglrttered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATION A
0
: I
oi
il. pANH,
New Orleans,
Expr
M. A. D* UI»HIN,
New Orleans, La.
La.
Ordinary letters by Mail
te
Or, M. A. HAUPHI ,
«B Beveuth Bl., Wartlnutou, D. O.
H M'WHOHTER A CO.,
W Lot Male and Deuil Oealer. In all Kind, of
AGK1CULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS,
SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC.,
STEAM ENGINES* SEPARATORS.
I WEST 4 BOVT HTmcïT^WOL^ U*L
Nt
**»A»AMMm m Munmm.
They're All Here.
The balance of all the bar
gain lines in Men's and
Youths and Boys' Clothing.
Considering the quantity that
we have sold, you would be
surprised at the bargains that
remain They are reinforced
frequently lor the benefit ol
late season buyers.
Wanamakeb & Brown,
(Si Hall. Rum ud Mai«« Rwotu.
PHIJ.A DELPHI A.
VJLOTHUiii.
GO ELSEWHERE
for your ClotWnjr by all meaua If you «hink
you can do better, bt|t If you regard you.
own Internat come and nee what we can do
for you, and It may totere« you to knot*
that owing to our email «xpen.ee we eau and
doM.ll SJO per cent, leu than up town eetal.
liehinenta. Now for a lew Item.. At
STAU CLOTHING HALL
|ft.D 0 will bay a good Working 8 ult» the
«uns that you would Hare to pay *L60
at the op-town establlsbnients. At
to,
STAR CLOTHING HALL
$8.00, will buy a u»wt Cass line re &uiL the
same that you would have to pay | 10 .lK> for
at Ute up-town establish meats. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
*
$10.00 bays a fine Dress 8ult, the same that
you would have to pay #12.50 for at the up
town establishments. Our Clothing is well*
made and well trimmed. Batiafactton guar
anteed or money refunded.
Star Clothing H$ll,
iao MARKET STREET.
To Cash Buyers'
" e hHve ioaugurat«;d a
sweeping red«oti«m in all
classes of our Ready-made
Clothing. Determined to clow
out our Spring and Summer
stock, we offer inducements to
our patrons such as they can
not get at any other establish
ment in this city.
In our Merchant Tailoring
Department we are offering
superior styles of Foreign and
Domestic Suitings and Trous
erings at greatly reduced
prices. Suits to order as low
as $15 of All-wool Diagonals.
We have a superior cutter and
first-class workmen, and in all
cases guarantee a good lit.
New styles in light Tveighi
suitings constantly being
ceived as fast as they come on
the market.
"
IV
Our large stock of Boys' and
Children's Ready-made Cloth
I
ing has been reduced to
price that must compel them
to move.
a
Now is your chance
lor good goods at low prices at
John fl. Moore,
228-MARKET ST.-228
Trade Dollars Redeemed
at the Wilmington Clothing
House, Fourth and Market
streets.
Trade Dollars at par value lor
goods purchased of us to the
amount of One Dollar and up
wards. N ow is the time to
dispose of them, and remember
we are offering Special Bar
gains in every department.
This will be an extra saving to
you and your chance to have
your Trade Dollars redeemed.
Do not wait lor a better oppor
tunity to save money.
Yours Truly,
Jwo. W. Diwkndost & Co.
We
will receive
J.

reprinted
from
S *TUH 0 J
W S H(U SK
■niMoe ..it":.";, ,, "w*
rropoonle wore * h 'l , oor.
Oomoiltt.« „f,],, Tn„ l,' *•>« 8u
mornlnii, »„,t .•..nirart,. 1 tl '" l> "w '
AI».h..u,.,for,h, LI ai ,
1888, a« tuÜMVfl: ' (>r j,j
Bremd—Job B. Tnvinr
B«el—Om.rK. Ali, |,
»mnll manta— p yj,,,, ,
Sail ment— Hart & Hr,7
u race Hen—J,,|,
and Csnn A Bto
ate?-* M K
Boots and shoes—Chari..
Uothlnir—Optional
Hals and enus—cii,.,,. „ ..
Floor and lÄ-Ma,! ,
Hardware—Wm, o. c , m ,* , , n -
Liquor»—p. Plunkett ,v Co
BlacksmUhlnti-M. Welsh
Stoves and Tinware —VVm Wr^t
Lurolwr—Optional. Wooi -
Humliliut— 4 , ( } Br|Mjn
Coal —Vuechell & Solomon
'll
'** LIKs.
t'euin
M \,
*• ,Stt ac Dilij
1 ^ A Co.
411(1 j
h K' kwiflg
1'nrnl, A.:<!l,i„„ U |
Coruucr Sm'i,h h., 1,1 „„ i„,
rcmnln» ol Willi»,,. Wil s „„ /,,,
*ceount* r oV
the fl ret edition, this elternoon«
hîSjÂr
iired . verdl.-t „f ,^ ur »'
The remain» will |„. *
the reeldence th. * 55 ?
T.ylor ettvet, fron, a ),ioh thev C,„
hmie.1 on Monday after, », \ J™
Th. fanerai .|,| he under the ,I|L, '
Undertaker Klmer inwru.eot "m
IVfnPtcrv.
■pou
made in the Hiver vie
Easily Proveu.
I lis easily proven that
constipation, t<
malarial fi
irpkllty of tbe liver and
uey», general dehlllly, tivrvo U ,n,„
wuralglo Ullmenl* yi.-IU ivajll, u, lhto '
dlwaac conquéri r, Hop Bittere u 1
ol lUeore by eouvertlag
food into rich bl«x>«i, and it gives i t ,
and rigor U> the aged and iufirm alwaji
Many 1 line.
you want to prevr rve meat or Bsb f or ,
day». Lay It In a solution uf R x y.
Over nlgtrt and you ean keep it f w »«
Voue»" al»o keep milk » week gr mom
atlrrlng In a little of the 'Saow Ft
brand.
m
Malaria
In all it6 forms positively cured with Emo
Standard 4 'ure Ills, e never-fallingreax
purely vegetable, joutaiu uo qulnin v
other poisonous agencies, endorsed by i
riciuns aud sold by druggists everysh
25 and 50 cents.
Work (alven
Ou receipt nf jour HJUira» we will
an oB*r by which you
•mint., »t your home. Men, Woi
Boy, or Utrl, can do H. H. C. Wllkir
A Co., 1M
York.
I
a
•d 197 Fulton street,
Caution!
TO 1'H
l*UUU(
I w
««1
^ . .. ^ aru * a th * ot W 11 mlngtaa
rtcinltf to notice tsrtlcniuriy that Uw
GENUINE
BURTS SHU
His the name
MAKER
NEW YORK
ta Mean in Peru.
<• »Intiqr or
%3G
•*',H »HO» THUS2
yo^
A Iso on th«
BOTTOM OF BACH 8
THUS:
a iid «re warranted to gl* astisfaedoa
i ThenryThke,
204 MARKET ST., W 1 LIXIN&TI
V* TH* ONLY AUTH('HIZII) *0I8T
TH* BALE OF MY GOOD» iff
WILMINGTON, DEL.
EDWIN C. BUM
NBW YORE.
*9~A\uo agent for Bart *Psokard'iflMi
» gentlemen.
REPAIRING NEATLY DO*
»ri
I yplUM
MORPHINE HAß!'
■JO DAY8.
«TIKICJ» IN 10'
from
THOUSANDS of relersD««
cur«d. No pay till cuted.
DR. J. STEPHEN
ljchanon, Ohio. Ciucir
nati.
KON HAILINDb
»KD
IRON W r OKK
FOR RUlLiHNtib.
J. P. WALTON A CO
IIN APfU
ESTIMAT*« rURNIBHKI»
CATION.
562 & 554 W. 8 «tb St
Cincinnati.
• •11-46

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