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THE GAZETTE,
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WILMINGTON, TBUH80AI, AUG. ».
Pennsylvania Peutoerais.
The Perneylvajila Democratic Convention,
yesterday, nom in» Um 1 a fairly good ticket,
adopted a platform that will not embarrass
the party In the heat oi the campaign, snd
generally conducted itself in a manner
pribingly sensible for an assemblage of Penn
sylvania Democrats. With a campaign of
ordinary vigor and fair management the
ticket nominated yesterday has a good prtte
pect of being elected.
Fortunately, however, the Pennsylvania
election is not likely to have any material
effect upon the next national contest. If
the Republicans prove victorious they wil 1
simply hold their
the Democratic ticket will leave the latter
party in food shape to make a tremendous
fight for the electoral vote of the 8 täte next
year. Pennsylvania is naturally of Republican
tendencies, and has not been carried by the
opposition, on a full vote, for twenty years,
so that a Democratic victory is not expected
when the parties
other in their full strength. It has been the
fortune of the State to always cast her elec
toral vote for the successful candidate, but,
fortunateh, under the existing condition of
political affairs, her vote is not needed to
elect the Democratic candidate, nor will
it insure the election of the Republican
candidate, if cast in his favor.
The present contest In Pennsylvania,there
fore, will be looked upon simply as au in
teresting political battle and not at all re
garded as a forecast of coming events.
, while the election of
arrayed aga nst each
The damaging effects of the high prot<*c
tive system so tenaciously and blindly ad
hered to Ui this country, are clearly shown
by the Philadelphia Record in a reference to
the unnatural condition of affairs between
this country and our Canadiau neighbors.
The Record says: Nature i g tended
an unreserved intercourse between the
United States and Canada. The chain of
lakes iuterposed between the two countries
is a natural highway tor the facilitatiou of
commerce. Some glimmering of the truth
seemed to pervade the public miud ol both
countries five years ago when the sch«
of a customs uniou was uuder consideration.
But iu consequence of the opposition of pro
tected interests in this country the project
was abandoned, and Canada in self-defense
adopted a tarit! as obnoxious as our own in
1879. The first year ol its operation the ex
ports from tqe United Sta es to Canada fell
from $48,931,739, in 1878, to $29,346,948 in
the year followirg. We are thus cut off
from a lucrative trade with five millions of
people, the bulk of whom speak the same
language as ourselves, and have an identity
ol interest and occupation provocative of
profitable intercourse. The same malign
influence that frustrated anv^trade arrange
ment with Canada is operating <
to balk and hinder the effort to
effect a reciprocity treaty with Mexico.
We hear little about it of lat«,
and shall be prepared to learn that it has
come to naught. Yet Mexico is one ot the
richest countries in the world in natural re
sources, and has a population of over 10,
000,000 people. The absurd protectionists
fear that if through reciprocal trade with
Canada and Mexico the people become
aware of the value of an unfettered ex
change ot commodities they will seek to do
away with restrictive laws. They forget,
however, that the widening of the area of a
prison is such a seeming cUbcessIou to free
dom that reciprocity might operate to make
protection more tolerable by opening
markets for our admitted overproduction ot
manufactured material. The time always
comes when the dog can no longer stay in
his manger, and against that evil day it is
well to have open a line of retreat.
Chief Hawkins' report states that forty
seven vagrants were arrested in this city
during the month of July. If this be true a
great many must have been discharged
without being brought before the »Municipal
Court.
" Ball playing will be effectually stopped
by the rain in this part of the country, to
day, and therefore the Quickstep base ball
club will not sustain its usual defeat.
LABO« NOTXS.
About W) coop»
yesterday for sev<
cents tor
They have be
in North St. Louis str uck
cunts for hooping and 10
»king full hand-made barrels,
getting five and eiuht eeuts.
It. is said that,in consequence of the strike
at the South Chicago Rolling: Mills, wher»*
1,800 men are usually employed, the mau
•ment has decided to shut down for
indefinite period.
The box makers i» v ew York yesteiday
demanded an increase of 20 percent, in their
wages on all over time. The increase was
generally granted, and, as tar as known, no
men in any af the shops went on s rlke.
The double shift at. the Bethlehem steel
mill was continued yesterday,and fires were
sorted in t'.e puddling mill. Vice Presi
dent Lee, and William Jones, of Pittsburg,
vesterday addressed a large body of the
Üuion men.
The 400 men employed at the Republic
mine at. Humboldt., Michigan, struck yes
terday for an advance of 12*^ cents The
President of the company told them "to
confer with the Executive Committee at
Cleveland."
The Committee on Labor and Education
of the United States Senate met yesterday in
New York, mid decided to begin next Mon
day morning
and labor troubles, "with a view to ascer
tain what legislation shall be adopted to
*dify the e
.
istigation of the strikes
; oi the social dis
move
turbances."
to
an^
to
low
Gaps
MHRIINI) SUMM Ad V
Th*' Souther« Dental Association it in
__ Hanta.
Tfce putolfe defcft «Uteœimt tisued yeater
day shows a reduction of $7,000,590.
Genera) Trevino sailed from New York for
Europe yesterday, it* the steamship Galle».
A Öre in McGregor, Iowa, yesterday morn
ing, hurned out ten stores, causing a loss of
$25,000.
Dexter's hat factory, at Danbury, Connec
ticut., was burned, on Tuesday evening. Loss
nearly $100,000.
Emancipation Day Was celebrated by the
colored people of Toronto, yesterday, by a
paradé and a picnic.
Two farmers, named Green, were suffo
cated yesterday morning while dlggtug a
well in Joues couuty, Georgia.
The Civil Service Commissioners are pre
paring r< gulatious for the government ol
promotions In the Executive Departments.
"Babe" Jouas, a colored boy, who, witlfc
out provocation, killed John Foster in Pitts
burg a year ago, has been sentenced to be
banged on October 4.
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher lectured qn
"The Uses of Luxury and Beauty" to a
crowded audience, in the Minneapolis Opera
House, on Tuesday evening.
A party of men headed by a hand of
ornate marched through Bliss ville, Long
Island, on Tuesday night, and burned an
effigy of James Carey, the
Levi Jarraid, the defaulting ex-County
Collector aqd missing ex-Postmaster of New
Brunswick, N. J., was captured on Tuesday
at Niagara Falls. He is "süort" as collector
about $39,000
Peter A. Mexenxehla, a farmer, att mpted
yesterdày morning to kill his wife and
commit suicide, near 8t. Louis. The pistol
was toq small, and both will recover. Jeal
ousy was the cause.
Treasurer Burke, of Louisiana,announces
that the semi-annual interest on the Loulsi
Three Per Cent. "Baby" bonds will be
paid on presentation at
Bauk 01 New Orleans.
Charles H. Ward <fc Co., boot and shot
manufacturera of Boston and Brockton,
made an assignment yesterday. Liabilities
are'$750,000; assets unknown. F. Shaw &
Bro. there owe the firm $200,000.
At Trocadie, Nova Scotia, on Tuesday,
Francis Bowie and Han dal (McDonald quai
r cl led about some land. While they were
arrajling a 15 year-old son of Bowie ap
peared with a shotgun and killed Mc
Donald.
Indian Inspector Ward has been desig
nated to fill the vacaucy on the Commission
recently appointed to settle the differences
between the Creek factions in the Indiau
Terri tor
tatlve
Informer.
1
of
the State National
60
in
to
qu
»rv. He take« the place of Represeu
Haskell, who is «ick.
The Sprfngvale Mill Coffipany, of Spring
vale, Maine, manufacturer of print cloths,
is reported to have auspem ed. It had a
paid capital of $100.000. E. W. Holbrook,
«»! New York, who made an assignment re
cently, was largely interested In the com
pany.
The Lancaster Watch Company, of Lan
caster, Penna., suspended yesterday, owing
to the failure ot A. Bitner, lately manager
and principal stockholder of the company.
The directors 6 ay the suspension will only
be temporary. It throws 250 hands out of
work.
Vice Chancellor Bird, at TrentoD, New
Jersey, has appointed John B. Alpaugb re
ceiver of the City Pottery Company. It Is
understood that some of the creditors, who
opposed to the Company's propert
r Into the hands of a receiver, will
ad
to
of
of
in
ex
fell
in
off
of
of
to
has
the
re
10,
with
ex
do
a
ot
in
is
an
going
appeal.
The New York Railroad Commissioners
yesterday recommended and the New York
Central and Hudson River and th® New
York, Lake Erie and Western railroad
Companie« aboli«h the charge oi one cent
per bushel for elevating grain from their
docks into vessels.
The Exhibition at Louisville was formally
opened yesterday morning, fn presence of
thousands of visitors. Atter an address by
the Mayor, Governor Black burn introduced
President Arthur, who opi ned the Exhibi
tion by pulling a string which set the ma
chinery in motion.
The Executive Council of Seven of the
Irish National League of America was in
session at Manhattan Beach yesterday.
Alexander Sullivan, Ui«* President, in the
chair. There were present Patrick Egan
and Matthew Harris, ot Ireland, and Rev.
Dr. Charles O'Reilly, oi Detroit, Treasurer
of the National League.
In the United State» Circuit Court at
Trenton, N. J., yesterday morning, Judge
Nixon filed an opinion dismissing with costs
the complainant's bill in the suit of Jacob
D. Joslyn against the Star Rubber Com
pany for vD infringement of letters patent
granted to the complainant August 18,1880.
The auswer of the defendant admitted the
use oi the patent, but denied any ownership
by the complainant.
A certificate of incorporation of the Ex
change Telegraph Company was filed yes
terday in New York. The line is to run
from that city to San Francisco, touching at
all intermediate points desired. The capi
ta! stock is fixed at $2,000,000, in 20,000
shares oi $100 each, with provision for
increase. The in corporators are S. D. Field,
C. H. Hurd, Alex. Thain, J. Bentley Squire
and James C~ Jewett.
The Thirteenth annual Convention of the
Catholic Total Abstinence Union of Amer
ica opened yesterday, in Brooklyn, The
delegates, 580 in nlimlK*r, heard mass in the
Cathedral, ami were briefly addressed by
Bishop LoughllD. They then, preceded by
a bai.d oi music and escorte*, by uniformed
cadets from Philadelphia, proceeded to the
hall where the Convention opened. Rev.
Joseph B. Cotter, of Winona, Minnesota,
President of the National Union, occupied
the chair, and Philip A. Nolan, of Philadel
phia, the General Secretary, acted as Re
corder.
The inquest of the victims of the Carlyon
concluded yesterday, in Ro
chester, New York. Last evening the jury
rendered a verdict that "the freight car on
the side track was blown partly on the m«ln
track, and that It could not have been pro
perly secured." They censure the Depot
Agent, William Barry, "for not examining
the car before leaviug the station the night
of the accident," and give as their opinion
that "every station on the Rome, Waiter» own
and Ogdemburg Railroad should beguaidcd
by a competent watchman until the la6t
train passes over the road at night." It is
stated that "all the valuables of those killed
aie properly cared for by the Coroner and
are being returned to those authorized to
receive them,"and that, "the report that the
railroad officials were negligent in the per
formance of their duties is untrue."
city
a
to
ball
uck
10
mau
their
was
no
steel
were
the
yes
The
"to
at
Flies and Bugs.
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice,
chipmunks, cleared out by
Rats." lft cents.
gophers,
"Rough
Work Given oat
On receipt of your address we will make
an offer by which you can earn $8 to $7
«veningR, at jour home. Men, Won en,
Boÿs or Girls can do it. H. C. Wilkinson
& Co., 195 aDd 197 Fulton street, New
York.
Gentlemen—J our Hop Bittere have
been of great valu to me. I was laid up
with typhoid fever for over two months and
could get no relief until I tried your Hod
B itters, To those suffering with debility or
any one In feeble health Ï cordially recom
mend them.
in
Mon
ascer
J. C. 8TOETZEL,
683 Fultou st., Chicago, 111.
KnrerpViMng Local Agents.
wanted in this town lt>r au article k that is
sure to sell, live druggists and grocers pre
ferred. Address Humfston. Food Preserva
tive Co., 72 Kilby street, Boston.
dis
<rm(" WAWAPMX#*;
•y — -- ■ p l lf ■ f» »V — - - • -
Ip yon reckon there's
to he feutra to-day for ladies
an^ lit'le ones it» the Chestnut
street stores from the Arcade
to Thirteenth »tree 1
At the Chestnut street main
entrance ypu'll find, on the
right, at the fitst counter :
Corsets, Caps and Collar» for Children, Ac.
At the second counter :
White Skirts. Lace G<»Wn* and Chemisett, Pil
low Mil am , Apror », Br nkt'HM Cain«, Nurae
Gaps a«d auch like work, plain amt embroider««!:
I he Third counter contains :
wi
^
P
f.
•but
Oi
Gowns and Corset Omn.
On the fourth counter :
Chemises, Drawer» snd Gowns.
A tempting Bargain Table
shows :
.
A*
8
6.0»
Broken lots of Uiese gar »neu ts. fresh from the
shelves, 20, :Mlaud40 percent, under price.
,„\ down to SO*-., f .85 to fl.U), ft2 to $1.2% $2.)
♦1.76, 11.7610 fl.25.
Also in Childre»i'8 Fine
White Dresses a drop of :
».((O to $1.00, 16.00 to $1.75, $1.(10 to $3.IK), fl
UTaff
And Infants' Lawn Dresses
are :
96 to 75 cents, $1.76 to#!.36, $2.00 to $1.50.
Children's Skirts down, too :
' 40 cents, 70 to 40 eeuts, 80 to
A few fine Drawers, 65 to
36 to 25 cents, «0
60 cents.
50.
Emerging into the laree
double corner store, on the
right are Wrappers for the
children and misses, and on
the left, for ladies, displayed,
you will see, to save your time
in a judicious selection, should
you choose
Passing around the stairway
to the rear m Thirteenth
street side, there are Ladies'
Bathing Suits and Dusters in
the most complete varieties.
A bargain lot you'll find
midway on the Chestnut street
side, in Summer Wraps of
Embroidery.
They were sent by one of our
fo eign buyers from Berlin,and
you can select the prettiest, if
you will, at from a third to a
half of what we have had and
and you have paid.
The ever popular Jerseys
fill the Iront comer, fresh from
our workroom daily.
Jerseys from $8.00 t #9.00.
Is
in.
2.
*
Chenille
and
of
by
in
at
at
by
by
Re
on
is
The Droad staircase leads to
the second floor. On the
Thirteenth street side is a
Clearing Table of Woolen
Dresses, plain blue, green,
black and some of} ght hues—
all for seashore or mountain.
They are well made and clos
ing out at a third and a quarter
value; say $7 to $20.
A Bargain Table of White
Dr sses was opened here yes
terday, ol good goods from the
shelves and wardrobes, and
some ladies will recognize the
same sort ol dresses they have
already bought, but for a good
deal more money than you'll
pay now.
Cashmere and Flannel Suits
you'll find conveniently dis
played on tables and racks.
They grade from $6 to $25.
On the west side arc the
Shawls for Summer Wraps—
Cashmere, Chudda, etc.Among
these masses of delicate drapery
all tastes are pleased.
Passing through into the ad
joining room west, you will
find the Suit R„om, where the
finest made-up Dresses are
wardrobed behind glass doors,
both for sale and to
give you
the styles, as your orders for
suits are taken here.
Next beyond are the Draw
ing and Robing Rooms—the
trying on room - where the
walls are mirrors, multiplying
your figure many times. You
are eordially welcomed to
stroll through at your leisure.
If alone, this sketch may aid
you. We'll show you all you
care to see and be glad to do
it. You'll not be asked to
spend a dollar.
by
a
$7
en,
up
and
or
Arcade, ca
bldu.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
is
pre
John Wanamakek,
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets
and Uiy-Hail square, Philadelphia.
RArj.no ah i rwm*
-XI».
^ JUNE 2. 18*
-?A**P* *[tM leave V. Uuiingb»» *k roiiaw, ioi .
P inurnc-itluu.-s.ationa— «.*», 7.0b.
•in*3 *•*& 4.00, 7. V ».üü, p. m.
J*.
a, «.*6 «.40. 9 ■*, 41.88 a. IT
it fi,-> 7.»>. p. m.
■dlatc stations—1.06,
BalUmon
f. 17 a. m.
•but lm ore
Holtijiofe
,4-4 4.61, i.aa .17
HaUtmnreoniy—TUMa. u»'."i2.t7 nd*'oop* m.
Trains tor Dciaware-DtvDMti leave for
V«w *'*»tle-«.ÖP, «». io . ■>. 1.0ft, 8.00, 6 2ft p. u..
Harrlngtnn and lu tern, wl au- station«-- «. io a. rr>
1.06,6.26 p.m. *

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K.Xpress for ltelmar. 4J« py».
SUN Da x r«4 INK.
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?
Philadelphia and Intermediate stations—S
12.00 tu. 6.». 7.80. 9.SA p. a .
•MÿlftlN New York -ï.üO, 2.28 a.
Baltimore Sn^Wash 1 ne »on— i.
a. m. li.#«p. m.
Haiti more -1. Oft a. m.
For further Infor»
fhrred
. !0a. m
tn. 6.17,
42, 4.61. 8.0b. S. 17,
• passengers are
»le» poHted at the depot.
limiU d • spre«a
the time uil
4W*Tra>t » marked thu
upon whirl «uur* fare is
. . ^ *1* WOOD.
dHaA E. FU GH. g
iâaltimohe a win adelphia r. k.
A* CHANG K UK HOD KH.
follows"* 1 Äft * r JUN K ,9t ' 188S ' lr » ,n » Hill
Leave* W4 Un In« ton 7.06, io.«, a.
8 ^, rr ve Lanuenberg, ».«» a.
WllinIngton io.»» a. m.. and
6.0» p lu.
Arrive i
■harged,
»a! *'a»«eu*«M Ag
• ; 6.» p. m.
• ; 12.00 noon.
at l.nniJenHer II
IaCAVC Landen berg «..Ml ».
Arrive at Wilmington
Sundays, leave Landen ix
Arrive WU
■ 40 a.m. 7.10 p. in.
: 12.80 j». m.
«.Oi a. m; 8.18 I,, n.
„ T(I,8.00. io. 4.80J).01.
Urn 1(10100, 9.10 .. m. 6.40 |>. m.
1>. DON N KLL. Hupt mnt*-ndent.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
ON AND AFTP.H JUNK 2\ 1882.
MAIN' LINE.
TRAINS LKAVK HK »Al» STREET STATION.
MAtlly. exispt Sunday.
"New York and ' Limited
I'ulliuaii i'alact-cars..
Fast Une, lUtltiburg mhI the West
Wentern Exprès» _
l'aettio Exprès» We»t
Harr,»burg Expre«».
Niagara Express.....
W'atklns Kkpress....
Er». Mailand Buttai
except Saturday...
Kane Express
Lock Haven Exprès:
Martinsburg Exprès
Cham be rttburg and II
7.4« and it.0ft a. m., d.dlv, 11.20 p.
ber» burg only, ft.40 p. m.
Bheuaiidoan Valle > Kali road « very
week day at 7.4« a. m„ and New Or
leans Express,via l.umy and Chatta
nooga. dally at.
llarrlabiirg and York Ex
Mall Train.
Harrisburg Acronuxf dat
York
York, Hau
Columbia and York Ace
l'arkeiburg Train.
Oowulngtown Accun nud
:
*11.20». lu
*11.06 a. m
• ».«ft p. m
•lt.aop.
* 4.80».
S 7.40 a.
111.06 a. u>
Express, dally
. 11.20 p. m
.]j 7.40 a. m
.111.06 ». m
51.80 ami 11.06 a. in
wn Ex y c
» M.ac
Cham
if
a
11.20 p. m
I 6.40 p. m
* 7.00 a. m
I 2.14 p. tn
I 7.4« a. ni
05 a. u.
I Hanover Ktpri
;r and l red«
rick V
tlun.. .M 44 p. in
.S5 46 p. ni.
6.10, 7.16, 11.45
day, 7.30 a.
, an«l 10.80 p. ui. <
a.46 and s.iftp. m.
PaoU Trains, tklO, 7.1», 8.15,
a. UI.. 12.46, 1.46, 2.14, 2.45, 8.15, 3.46, 4.15, 4.46,
5.16, 5.46, 6.16, 6.45, " *
in. on Hunday, 7. »>
2.46, 3>à, «.là, 8.16 s
.16 and 11.45
16, 10.8«
d 11.
d 11.45 a.
i 10.15 p. m.
<*.!«, 8.45. 7.15, 7.46
m., 12.45. 1.46, 2.15,
•1.46, 6.16, 6.45, 6.1ft 6.45,
. m. Ou Buuday, 7.3«,
hi, 3.45, ft.'ft, 8,1ft and
Bryn Ma at Train
8.16, 8.45, 10.1.6, 11.46 a,
2. «5, 8.16, Jf.4 s 4.16, 4.4»
7.46, 9.1Ô. 10.30 and 11.:»»
* »i, 9.30, 11,46 a. ui., 1.
.15p. m.
Went Chester Express
accommodatior
a. m., 4.44, 5.
11.46 a. ui.
2ll5, M ,
. On Buuday, 7 .»e
S.M l '»nd 7.A, ».
46. 11.3« p. m,
5.15 and I0.16p
Trains arrive—From Pittsburg
7.25 p. in.,
.. 1
, < I ally, 4.25 ». .....
it WrilaniH
Momiay.
..dally
k Haven, Sl.lftn. m.,
•m Watkins, Elinlra
dally, except Buu
• A. Ilk
cx.ept Mo
port, 7.6« a. in., 1,
From Buffalo and N lagan
except Monday. From L
dally except Sunday. k
ami Williamsport, 7.25 p.
day.
lav.
tally.
Fall», 7.La.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION
FOR N KW YO UK.
Express 011 veek-.lays, 3.15, 3.20,
4. 5 except Monday. h.âO I.4Ü, 3.20, 8.31
an.l II a. Hi. (lAmlt.-.l Ejprcss, l.au,
• 1,1.3 <• *• Ü, U.Ml, 7.46, 8 ami a. 'Jo p. I"?,
night. OU Sundays, a.16, 3.2«, 3.46,
., 4, (Limited Express. 5.20)6.3«,
d 12.01 ulkfltt.
3.46,
6, 20 p.
8.3« a.
7.46,
For Brooklyn, N. Y„ a'l through trains cou
■cy City with boats of "Brooklyn
Hording direct transfer to Fulton
ding double ferriage and Jou
Express for Sea Girt, spring Lake,Ocean Beach,
ocean Grove, Asoury Fark and Long Branch,
. ni., and 2.4\ 3.00, 3.80, 4.«tep.
week day«.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Express for New York, 6.55 and 8.40 a. u
ek ^lays.
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
Express for New York, via Lamden
H.60 a.
J
•t,
y
h.OO ami 11. J
a
d Trenton,
G rove and Lorn? Branch, Ac ,
and Berkeley. T^Wa. m., 4 p.
d Intermediate
p.
Ex
xpress lor
via Tom's
Rl'
for 1
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i, and 5.20 p. m.
d 4.00 p. in.
ÏEÏÏ
7
Tucker l..
BKLVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM uROAD STREET STATION.
Dally, except Su inlay—Express for Lambert ville,
Eafiloii, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton, Bing-
hamton an.l Oswego, 8.0« a. ui., 12.01 ami 8.00 p.
-raiiloti ami Water Gap only, 4.U0
F<
p. in.
For Lambert ville, 3p. m.
For Flcinmglon, 8.00 a. m., 12.01 and 4.00p. m.
laliy, except Sunday-From Easton,
\ 7.4« and 9,65 p. in.
Trains arrl
FROM RKNH1NUTUN STATION, FRONT
AND N < »KRIM STREETS.
Daily, except Sunday-Expressfor Lambertville,
Easton, Delaware Water Gan, tteranUm, Bing
hamton ami Os weg u. 7.4« a. m. r 12.01, 6.30 p.ui.
ud Water Gap only. 3.36 p. m.
Mlle, 2.. *
ticket»
•b, 538 Chestnut street,
-1er Company
in hotels and 1
For L
For Flemlngt
Sleeplng-ea
Che»tnut
Stree
The U
ciieCk
stations an*
. ; » 2.01
he had
.30p. m.
Broaxi
d Broad
:
m
Will rail for
rcsideuces. '«me
atlon can be obtained at the
< following
1 So. 838 chestnut street,
1 s. E, cor. Broad ami Chestnut.
TICKKT OFFICK8: ; No. 116 Market street,
j No. 4Chelu»nave. Germant 'n,
I No. <sn Federal St. Camden.
CHARJ.ES E. I'UGIC, General Manager,
J. K. WOOD, General l'asaeuger Agent,
il
»sir
11
GREAI PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE THACK-BTKEL RAIL«.
SPLEN DID SCENERY,MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL Ra.g*
WAY.
NO KKFKUT MAY 1L 1883.—
nore cLty time, as
eept Buuday, for
d Express^ dally
Train» leave Bai
Mall Train, dallv 1
the North aml'W
Chicago ami Liml
follows ;
10.45 a.
10.45 a. m.
Fast Line, da
Harrisburg 1
>■
■nger, dally except
* daliy.'!!
•si daily
nitxtatiou, 8.30 ft. 30 8.30 an <\ 10 *60
(u pt. Sunday. Buuday only, o.ao
•m uiodation, 9.30, 11.30 a. m..
«ul 11.3« p. m. Oil Sunday,
a«« 10 p. TO.
I Gettysburg, 7.30 a. in.
Branch, 6.30 a. m., » and 5.30
East, North and West,
n, al North.
alvert streets, aud at Union
avgage called for and checked
(fences on orders left at office,
•r Baithm
1.30 p. m.
Weste
Mall Express, W
Parklowu Accou
Exp
h.
fiooo
• 'lall)

:
Cockeyavilh
00 , 8
2 ..
B 30
For li&novc
For Green Sp
For tickets
apply' at i
BhI timor»
Station.
rt 'Uitit
do
to
hotels h
office, northeast e
alvert streets
BALTIMORE At POTOMAC RAILROAD.
F I« )M OAi. VERT 8TATI« >N.
TAKING EFFECT JUNE Ik 18b3.
For Washington. 7 a
daily, exc
»! 11.35 k
F or l'op. 's
dally, exc.
For Annap'
. iu. 3.16 and 8.55 p. »,.
y, an'I 4 ,'A), 7.36, w.45 and
!.. and 5.00 and 7.1Ô p. hi., dally.
*'k l.lne, 7.00 a. m. and 4,10 p. m.,
d«y.
a. m, dally except Sunday,
onnda
>, 7.
For Rlelftiiond aiilTuie South at 4,2« and 9.45 a.
m., dally, aud 8.15 p. ru., dally e*c*pt»nn.iay.
For the «until via Virginia Midland Railroad, it
4.20 a.m., dally ail.18.56 p.m., except Hunday.
_7.10p. m.. Hunday only.
or < . and (>. p r., at 8.15 and 8.55 p. m.
dally, except Sunday.
For
day. Wednesday
a
v
River steame-j, Mon
Friday at D.36a. m.
FlfDM UNION HTATION.
For Washington, 1.10, «.60, 7.06, 7.45, 9.50, 11.40
66. a.XL 5. io, 7.20, 9.06 p. m. un Hnn
6.50, 7.46, 9.50, 11.40 a. m., 6.i0
day, 4
7.26p. m.
For Va. Midland Road,at4.3
p. in., exnep. Hunday. 7.20
only.
ForC. AD. Road
day, 2.5ft ». <0.
30 a.
daily, 9.06
Hunday
p. m..
K5«a. m.. daily, ex epvBuu
t urn lied,, 8.25 p. TO., and 9.06
Hunday.
Y LV A NIA- A VENUE HTATION
F ^T Washington, 0.55, 7.10, 7.60, 9.65 and 11.46 a.
Oi'i â' i! îî 7 :'^ > >in * 1 9 * P» Gn Hunday.
at 6.55, 7.50, 9.o6 and 11.4ft a. m., 6.16 aud 7.®
m., dally except Hunday;
.
I*.
ept
FROM 1'K
p. m.
For Annapolis, 7.10 a.
6.15 p.
., dally.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE
2i ÜO i îi*»nl lO.aa ». D... l.M, 4.20, 4.40,
5u«l* k. i-u„u k ;Ä'i *"•
MA1T.MOA» LiWMB
war.* »"»-a
Time Table to go Into effect July
«OING NORTH.
"ÄUS?*
im.
' undays
only.
Stations.
WUmlng > am.a.m.p.
J*. A H at f )7 TO
Dupont... I
Ford J.
I.enape_
Coatcavllle !
Wav«««. 4.
Ht. ret» r s S 2 1
Warwick, « 3ft
H^rlnrfleld
ReadIn
1*. A H
:
• p.ra.p.
• a. niap.ro
I OS, 6 02 « Ift: 7 00
1 25 5 SI Hfts! 7 20
146 0 02 7» 7 4«
'«! « 18 7 311 749
8 00 8 80
:
I
7 40
s
7 a.
8 30
2!« 7 00
8«tl 7 XI
SM
• «« 618
Ifl
lSi 818' 7 48
2 06 3 .V) 8 20
2 40 4 2ft 8 80
6 23
8 52 i 0 2<
7 37 9 64
8 »2 10 »
9 251 ft 88
, .VI

5:1
i
GOING SOUTH.
Dally except
Sunday.
Sundays
only.
Stations.
Heading I
PARS. }
Blr 'sboro.
Springs,.|,I
Warwick.,
st. Peter's
Way
< on tes ville 4 46
Lcnape .... $ ft
c. Ford J. ft »
Dniiflnt. • 02 8 i7 II u|
? jb" 5 j *•*) *-* 1 11 "
* l wa»um»on, oiA<i<r.r«rd
JùÂ îtfÂo^T'Sini'.rÆ
t.i.i,-. «t »il s uti„u.. " S .trShwbi.
J - H. TBom-soM," Gen.r .| ÂiIpV *"*** A *'" t '
QAMDEN AND ATLANTIC H. R.
ON AND AUTKKJUNK», Un,
TKAINH WI1.L LKAVK 'M FOLI.OW» i
FOR ATLANTIC! CITY :
Fr,on vine Strj-jit Forrj-finroui ou w« k-<l.v»,
w.Cft 10., 8.18 4.00,itd 8,48p, ni. Cfa Hatur
nf y only ' ^ (x ' lu. Du âuuomr,7.80 Ami 8.20 *.
Krc>m Shvkunuiiu Blreok Kerry Kxprrt.
week «UlysO.HO ».lu.,8.00, 4.00 «uâ 5.80 u.m.
,3oV ,,r " a y ' tmW P ' "*■ « 11
ÏWfRn
Sun lay at 8.00a. ni, an<l 4.
shed to all
,ni, a.m.a.ni.p.m.n.m.a.in.
ftini 8 00, 8»• sj- ihaüVw
ftftl 8 88 10 2ft! s 82' S 06 7 36
6 19 HOSill 14 4 22 - 6 36 M06
-
4 06
-
I
6 4«
8 19
666
8 »
.J.
«N1 »24
JS
7 66 10 80
464
7 07
5*12
7 44
6 60
S 9
6 02
9 49
• 23
1008
• 88

I« 10
ra
m is
Parlor c
Excursion train will I
dally at «.»a. ».
I AH: A l. TRAIN 8 FROM PH 1L AD KL PH IA.
For Ht«IdonS<dd from Vine and Blmckatnnxon
«et Kerries, 7.G0, IUÛ, 10. («
12.00 m., x.on, 4,00. S.00. S.80 . . in.
Fro*« Vine st ree* obly, 6.4.% 7.80, «.80 a.
Hliaekamaxon street <»»») , ft 8«p. ni.
Bunday trains leave both Ferries at 8.00 and 8.80
a. in., and 4.80 p. in.
From Pennsylvania Railroad Htatlon, foot of
Market »m et, 7.81» a. m., 2 #«, S.»>and 11.30 p.
m., week-«lays. Sunday», S.JOa. m., 6.:i)p m.
For Atco, from Vine and Bbrn'kambx
Ferrie» AOOa. m.. 12.0" woon; 4.^0, 4.». «.00
I*. m. Smidavs, 8.00a, n»., 4.80 o. m. From
foot of Market street, 11.80 p. in.
For Hamniontou.from Vim* and Sliackamaxon st.
ferries, 8.«Kia. in., 4.80, 6.*), 6.00 p. .
«lays, 8.» 0a. ui., 4.80 p. m. Saturdays only,
from toot ol Market street, 11.8« p. in. '
For Lakeside, 11.00 a. in., 2.00p. m.
Foi Marlton. Medford, Mt. lf«»lly and Interme
diate stations, have loot of Mars- t btre t,
0 and 5.00 i>. in. Humlays,
n. From Vine and Bhacka
•ek da^s.
and Miackainaxnr
trains.
s the above Ferries
pn*
m. From
lift * I
k
days, 7 30 a. m., 2.
9.80 a. in., 6.30 p.
max-in Ferries, 10.00 a. m.. w
F«*r '* llllainsfi.wn, from Vine i
street ferries, H.oo a. m., 12.00
Woodruff parlor
w. N. Banna ri»,
Superintendent.
jJALTIMORE AND*OHIO RAILROAD.
all exprfHs train».
J. R. WOOD,
*1 I*a»9. Agent,
THF. MODEL FAHT LINE, AND THE ONLY
LINE BETWEEN
THE EAST AND THE WEST, VIA WASHING
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK Î
JAN NY COUPLER!
STEEL RAILS !
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882.
LEAVE CAMDEN STREET STATION :
A. M.tChleagO, Cincinnati, Bt. Louis Fast Ex
3.00 press, B. A O. Palace Bleeping Cars to
. Cincinnati, 8t. Louis and ('hlcaap.
4,40 tWashlnglpn and way staUdfis, (VA.
Î MI DI. AND) Southwest, Richmond, (via
hiantlco. )
îlllcott City and wav stations.
6.4« v\ a»hlngtou and wav statious.
7.10 tWanhllngton Express.
7,15 STAUNTON AND WA8H
INGTO> EX. and statlousou Metroiioll
tan Branch.
tPledmOBjL Strasburg, Winchester, Hag
erstown, Frederick and way stations, via
Main Stem. (On Sunday to Kllicott City
only. )
9.00 ti r iTSBURG.CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS,
COLUMBUS EX
Oiiaiitlco). ttleeiilng ear», Baltimore to Clu
clnuati, Louisville and Chicago Junction.
Parlor Cars, Chicago Junction to Chicago.
Sleeping Car», Grafton to Indianapolis,
day y Oaocpt nmtu i oat.
11s <5f b,ïï..î n s ÄM d w * y ,tÄ lonB * Ann *P°
"•** WÂSHINÜŸON AND LAlfKKL EX
7.50
9.10
r. m.
î 2 iÂ* Wellington, Annapolis and way.
Buuday only, for Washington and
o'«» City and way stations.
2.60 Washington and Way Stations. (Rich
uiond. UiianUco, tixcept hunday). (A*u
nect a» Washington with I. A S. C. Co., ....
Monday. Wednesday and Frt<lay, and with
Fotomin M.fAniimat Co. on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday for Old JPotnt Comfort,
Norfolk, Ac.
t.OO WAHHINUTON KXI'KEHS. Htops at
dessup « Annapolis Junction, Laurel an<i
Hyatuviim,
4.20 Winchester, Hagerstown, Frederick and
Annapolis and way.
5*^2 ♦Fmterlck and way stations.
2*32 r??, rt ' 1 n * hur K Mid way stations.
î.'îf." ll i ltt * rton * ,ltl wa y stations.
7. A) tl bj^kurg,Cleveland and Detroit Ex
8. « wvjwu
pwaS 1N «^fi pV <>'WMitU8 l kx
LhEpS. B. 4 0, Palace Sleeping Cars to
CliiciniiatT, St. Loulr and Chicago, Lynch
e ï 1 W ,ii > e8 V ,lt ^ rlaVa. Mlfllànu;
W* 1 5VSftX V" lv ' for Mt - AÜ T «Md way.
1 'i 6 t Sf t# A . ,r y.and Way atatlon ».
ll..k) Washington and way stations.
- î for Metropolitan Branch, 7.16 a.
id 2.5« j». in. For fun k ville, t9.00a. m.
All trains stop at Relay except 3.uo a. m.
LEAVE WASHI V'GTON FOR BALTIMORE'
®* 60, SvlO^ t9.00, 10.00 a ni •
< '* 1 '
ox.,ptS u , K mv mUy °"-r- Dtbor trains datly,
Baggag' 1 caned for and checked at hotels -**■'
Btî<iA«W N " TATK ' N *¥! »l Äl
„ w, il.t I.KMEk. ra,
Master orTransportatlon.
», u.
i >2
, «. K. LORD,
Gen. I*
. Agent.
MAT ION AU
r piIE
kiveryiew academy,
DELAWARE CITY DEL.
A h
' ,,I 'F snd day school for both
°pt'ns on MONDAY, -Kt'T. 17, IBM.
hoarrt »U.1 tuition *0(1 i„ , annum.
Nothing 1'urnlislieil
sexes.
Price fo
* o extras,
d by pupils. Mend for circular
G. G. ALEXANDER A OO,,
Delaware City, Del.
JV31-2I»
University ot Virginia.
HUMMER LAW LECTURES (nine weekly),
begin I2tli July, 1884, aud end 12th September.
Have proved of aign d use,-1st, to students, who
design to pursue their studies at this or other
Law Behoof ;2d, to those who propose to read prj
vately ; and 3d, U* practitioners who have not had
the advantave of srstematlc iustructloa. For
•ular apply (P, O. University of V». ) to JOHN
MINOR. Prof. (Vim. and stat. Law
B A-LL'tS
y? ;i#v--4; Health Corset
i
e
Is Increasing In popu
larity « verv rfav. at» ladie
fflnilt the MOUT _
ever worn. Merchant«
sav it gives the heat
ÜKIliÄUt mTev?r&,r ly c,,wt
Warranted satlsfastory
< » money reluuded
- FOR BALE ONLY HY—
R^L^RU88ELL,
m-m
fmm
CX)Ms
1
\ .
J^IVDKMAN PIANOS
A 7-octave Stein way êquate.
A 7-octave Chase Kquaro.
Hainefl Upright, and a fine 7« oct
»176. at
at
LINDEMAN BROS.,
171 & 173 W Fourth St.
UINUINMATl O
mimckjlj * sport,
r
DR CLARK JOHNSON'S,
Indian Blood B
, . . 'yi-up!
Cures all diseasesof the Stomach 1 i v , r u ,
Kidneys, Mira and Blood MILLION-'^T 18 '
its efficacy in he«ling the abcve-named diseases' -,nH
pronounce it to be the ' Infi
—BEST BEMED.Y KNOWN TO MAN
U^TGuaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA.
AGENTS WANTED.
Labratory, 77 W. 3d St. New \ork City. lhu ^
Nf]
ft.
' The Celebrated Continental Brewing (
Stout and laager Beei also
JOHN F. BETZ & SON'S CF.l.F.RR
; o.'s Ale, Porter, Brown
ATVli
\
BOHEMIAN AND LAGER BEER
FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
JNO. MULROONEY,
Fifth and Tatnall Streets, Wilmington, Del
8 n LE AGENT FOR DELAWaUf.
N. B.- All
prom pi I v »«t<
..rders for Ale, lv
I led to.
or Lager, ilthtr Ip keg» or bottle» ftr r» ff |, HS( .
KENNEBEC ICE AN.) COAL COM Y
ritlNCIi'AL OFFICIC, N. E. HKOONII ANI> KINU HTHKKI'S :
-ICE HOUSE AVI» GOAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET HKIIXiK_
Branch Office and Depot, Fourth ami Poplar »ts,
PRICE OF F.ABTEKN ICK.
ills per week 116 ponnds «lajly
id No. 20S Wei
Eighth si.
pound» dally..
49 c
M cent
12
7
...ifl.06 "
»OUNDS.
30 FOUNDS ANHOVF.il AT TRK RATE OF « ITS. FF.I! ir<)
The lMatacglectorliM lvUltTan Ihr part of n,i' .Irlr. r ahoul.l In'
. 'i_ w,1T o-o-lvi- p rompt fttu-ntlon. We >< rp roh.taiitlF on lmi„l »
OF' OA I, <Yom hr mo»t popular mine«, which »• U.llv.r In cellar, free ,
wagon ein us«*«!.
'».'vu at tin* nfljiv
K sKLECTHlft
;i J
DEAFNKSS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD !
Interview with Dr. Hartley «loc« not nceompllah mure for jour Hca.l and Throat tkan all
j advertised nostrums used fora lit« tune, you pav nothin« lor It Hundreds ol eeroni
In thselty.ro pleased In testify to the skill and bucoms of Dr. H»rtlev but ere
1er not to have their names and ailments paraded In a public newspaper.
THE SCIENTIFIC) TREATMENT OF CATARRH
Passages from the IJfe of the Most Eminent Speolalist in that Une.
If
_. VJ. Kai-tl «y .0» Philadelphia, Ib probably the VUgheet living authority upon Catarrhal dltmlo
and lu coneumitautf, ami it 1 b proper to make rotne reference to the oatikek which have tod hi
.ÜSP'L ta t"' n : J ,r - Hartley Brat came before the public a-a omentioned
t ht B wh N i«T fM?r 'll! 860 he **1* Î? In ehtlodolphla, »here lie lute over Unco remained. Iiurlai
thô r and a,™ î '"'J'" '' B 5" ""«I« 11 Bpoolai study of Catarrh and throat and e *
SïïSiîîfïïK™ t remarkable euros o , record are credited to him. It. laid to curd
President Fillmore of a severe Catarrhal uftectbm, and the ease occasioned much favorable
papers of the day. He also treated succosrfully the Rev. Dr. IkunerofWurt
Fay.alsoot Washington, ex-Attorney denerat Williams, and many ettcrdl.
« by treated In Philadelphia and vicinity arc Mr
t î? n it ü "*r'o» »'rankford; Joseph Hcholeld, till!
Schuvikill and inunj others. Dr. Hartley is a man ol science and great original talent art
» methods of treatment have a philosophical and physiologically sound basis. Unlike Winer
}wf.?. t lîi« n , er !i ,,e * U t* e8 ° n,JF ** oW a , nd 8ilver instruiiieuts, which render the transmission ol <li*wu
troiu one patient to another an impossibility. His remedies are simple, sale and wholly naiDiuM
and never fall to give relief, and In the vast inajorll v of cas* s a permanent cure Hi/exacuno
exorbitant leca iu advance, and always treat« his patients as a tin rough physic! in.as a guntlemu
H J" 011 . 0 ®. 1 . 18 thftt hG iß esteemed here ami ail through the country.
His proctlco long ago reached itnnjease pMSiortl' m»; for -me putl nt cured always senan uiMf
tBI ® ,l î* a ***®4 0 ®v îi43So«Ui Eighth street fs the rendexvous «f Huüerm
irom all V*™* o* the country, und none overgo there without afterward« blessing the iinnv'seor
n.,«.» ~, t | C ?\ i®d them so to do. Dr. Hartley Is indeed one of th* behofactors of the age. a..ahit
name will long be held in grateful remembrance:by those whom he has benufitted.
JJ 8t of chronic diseases which afiect the human frame, CaUrrif is the uuwlhrau
llîtflSfiîq f com"^ " 0Mt ) >ro<lucLivü of discomfort, and most liable to a variety ot dangerous» -I
nr atlas

.. I»
ment in the
Ington, Kev. Dr.
tlnguishod
H
11« ba« l « ,1 i || K to a prciiiatur grave firotu Ite pernicious effects, une
o?,. n« n M« d . 8 Ä n 6 i Ut t ** 1 . omen ; slowly pcrisliing uudor its fatal influence, ignu
a.V^itM^iaÜΫ 0 r dOC " K It was. In fact, the destructive Influence of this dite ^
f/ri H K?, I f J ,r ! V ^L e, ' Ce tha * tlrpt attracted the writer's Sttentlou, and it Is with pardi M
^ ti,<! fttct of having been the flrsg physician who made tliD disuaso aip. 1».
study and originated auxstem of treatmeuteulculaled toefiect a radical and permanent cu»:.
OFFENSIVE DISCHARGES FROM THE HEAD
Catarrh manifests Itself by a discharge Irom tho head varying its nature in ditierent ^a*B
even in the same individual at difleront times. It tnay be a thin, colorless, acrid üui 1
glary, starch-like substance; generally, however,Mt U a thick, purulent or muco purulent
cither a greenish yellow or of deep green tint, (»ocasioiially streaked or flecked with blood. *
copious and offensive is tho discharge lu many ca-os that tiie patient ieuls as though tho whole
head was in a state of cofcuptiun.
.lot
snd
. » HAWKING.
Much of tho discharge passes backward into tho throat, or collects as ft tough, viscid pblegB
behind and above tho soft palate, in the passage between tho throat and the head, creation*
constant and almost irresistible desire to obtain relief by "Hawklsg," a practice characteristic«
Catarrh, and as embarrassing to the one afieete.l as it is disagreeable to those around. Dites
the phlegm is so tenacious that the most persistent and exhaustive eflorts lail to dislodge II
until some food or stimulaut Is swallowed.
Again the oflonsivo matter deposits Itself in tho nasal cavities in tho shape of dry,hard crusts
which, in some cases, accumulates to such au ext* ui as to form »regular plug.obstruetiug breath
ing and producing serious disjoin fort. This condition is indicative ol ulceration, which, in tiuia,
destroy the bouy structure ol the
may
and produo its subsequent flattening.
OFFENSIVE BREATH.
The breath is always tainted, and sometimes is so revnltingly oflenBfve
object of disgust to himself as well as others, and cases nr» ocoosionully
which the stenoh is really overpowering, and sufflcieutly fetid to poison the atiuuephcre »I «
whole room Thus a person aflecteo with Catarrh lives continually in an impure utuiuii'h#»
of his own surrounding, und inhales ».poisonous effluvia witli every breath.
OTHER DISCOMFORTS.
In manv cases the nose Is stopped up, souietim es on one side, sometimes
giving »js e to adisajpreea ble^^Mtuliy ' ' sensation in^tbe head, ucc«ni|iaul
compression is experienced alJov'e or between the eyes, o^pain manifests ftsclf in the ,! J ce ' l | ,r f
head or temples, or on the top or hack ot the h r iul, sometimes oi »■ severe a character tnii«»
taken tor neuralgia. Tiiexenseof smell Is gem rally blunted or entirely lust and taste in"
come similarly aiieetod. The voice Is husky or «I a nasal character, while oftentimes the
continual hoarseness accompanied by uioro or less cough, e veessivu debility und euiaciatioo. «*
deed, in some instances, the loss of flesh is so couridorattiu and progressive as to suggest 18« ° '
lst'*nce of tubercular disease, and not a few cases of UhUtrrh that hare come under my noticeiw
been regarded as Consumption and bo treated by unwary or Inexperienced practitioners.
to reader the ref
ît with is
ferer
tho other, and
:iy
DEAFNESS AND NOISES IN THE HEAD,
of the moBt frequent oauses of »leaf ness. Scarcely any one afflicted with t f l ?
disease for any length of time retains a normal a» ulunoss of the hearing power. W Bli «•» ,
hearing suffers at first only bv spells, while iu others the hearing grows indistinct witnoui
appearance ot premonitory symptoms, the death ss increasing gradually until tho useful «u» c
Is lost. Noises in the head oi every conoeivable desonptiun ufton add materially tu tu« e*
DEVELOPMENT OF CONSUMPTION.
-1 ■ • ■
ii'
dlsi rasa
As the disease fastens itself upon its victim, one after another of the vital powere g|ve«F»L
The patient loses flesh and strength; he is languid, unable to perform mental «r P®/"®" norr
with tlie usual facility; is depressed In spirits ami inclined to urowsluess and sleep, the u ' e 1
I« weakened, nn<f its permanent impairment seriously threatened. h
The mucous membrane becomes morbidly HSiisltive, and ih spite of the utmost care. «
affected from the slightest causes,so that at last even a breath of wind upon 1 •®, 111 .^ir
nose or throat becomes productive of cold, aud gives rise to a serious disturbance «• " 'L
atory orgons. The patient is subject to frequent ami repeated cold , each one H ÇK r j , "',î l ^ 80 i.
disease by giving It a new lm)>ulse, and ut tack lug a larger extent of surfaco tlrnn its proj 1 ®®* aua
in this manner the Catarrh sp-eads from organ to organ until it finally readies tI,< :, .. 7 ,'» aD «»
produces Consumption. It would indeed bo a hi ssing to hifmautty If every one
remember the lesson that experience teaches us daily ; That to nkoleot the fhoie»
went of Catarrh is to dim with Consumption.
DR. HARTLEY'S
Office and Residence, 243 South Eighth Street, Phila.* Ta.
,19-1
Office Hours—From to a. m., to5p.
i., and 6 to 8 p. in.
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