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MORNING SUIIMAJIT.
,thf> 1st mit., the Treasury Depart,
paid out «1,000,000 01 account of
Sine*
< lit hHB
CommlMlon *u noM
Ituwit'flw Of three vacanet« In the Wer
V T?Ztor Of a portable englue hiirat, near
Opîiiiw, WUronrtn, en Saturday afternoon,
kllli " l 'w»l»'rf>'»trlHe at St. T.ou1« ended ye.
„II Hie .hops having granted the de
i'ndsof the '»"•
ol Pittsburg, was killed
" " m „mlng, »y falling from a Le
Ëi Valley csruraloii train at WiUeabarrc.
lulu, Applegate, aged « year», w#« killed
morning by a drill euglnn. at
ivi*'dt "" t,,e Geroden and Amboy
men,
Tin 1
fORd
laborers, employed in the large
. . y -. Acr in Washington struck yes
p'ay lor $1.»l days, an advance of 3ft
About !•
I , n i Canary, a farm hand, waa fatally
| '] I,V a hull near Atlantic Highland.,
1 Saturday, aud died J eater.
UJer^
«av roorninir
I ßrown, Brothers A Co., lumber dealers
L ( i insurance agents, of Detroit, made
igum'Mt yesterday. Liabilities, $100,000;
an
$50,000.
I „mb'« wire and trlat, mill», In North
„1 \lah««cbunfitle, were burned yea
ir d»y liierniUK- Low, *30,001». Ineendiar
,1, | f P«(H '-ll'(l.
Li vl J. .larrard, the abacondlDC treasurer
om Ni» .liT.ev, h» hi en arrested at Nla
,r» Full', Canada. Proeeedlnfl* for hla ex
In propre«,.
new cotton, wr.lyhlny 465
tout'
adit mil
\ hale of
umlp. «as received yesterday In Mont
nierv, Alabama. It was sold for 18 cents
und, and shipped to Mobile.
Felicitas Mejia, a famous bull fighter, was
mil) gored by a Dull In the arena near the
ity of .Mexico, on Sunday morning. There
ai (treat excitement among the spectators.
Logg, a farmer
I"
Centrc
Beuja
lie, Maryland, quarreled with a colored
,Dd la«i Saturday afternoon, and being
ruck, ah alleged, by the hand, shot him
colored, who committed a
Edward C
lonious arsault upon a little girl, haa been
paired and committed to the jail at
uprctown, Maryland. He confessed hls
Ill
[The Wright Braid Manufacturing Com
Ly'g mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, was
hri« d vcidi rdity. Loss, $150,000. The fire
111 throw 105 operators out of work for
bout a mon ih.
Returns uf the State election in Kentucky,
lid yisterday, indicate a light vote and a
MJiocratie majority estimated at 40,000.
k Jiiir feature Is believed to be more
»eratic than before.
gelv O'
Th« Huri lord, Connecticut, Couvant pub
Judge D. C. Birdsail un
til»* author of the
defeated by Til
1C» a letter fro
argon that 'li
ii. and ivlteratiug the charges.
'he Committee of the Uuited States Sen
on l.ulmr iiiui Education, met yesterday
estlgate the strike, but
•re unable to be
ifent, adjourned until Monday next.
K in(*Hin_( nl the creditors of C. H. Ward,
! su* I it - mleil boot and shoe manufacturer,
t In 11 yi'Merday in Boston, at which
ml made a slate meut of hls affairs. Fils
bilitie* are about $745,000; assets about
12,000.
Xew fork, to
•»dim
•e granting permission to the
Schuylkill Railroad to lay Its
rutin street# In Reading
imously passed by the Councils of that
ight, a nl signed by tho Mayor
alter midnight.
cks
• i.i
, of Trenton, New Jersey,
order forbidding the
on Army to parade hereafter with
•dc. The order is issued in
*i|Uciire of many complaints made by
'tubers of the Army.
te took place yes
k ai Newark, Nt*w Jersey, between
UUI ' Elliott, ex-champiou of England,
(c-i'fL't* Gursel of New York. The course
a mile and a hall and return. Elliott
easily by two lengths in 21 minutes.
I,atu Alexander, convicted of murder,
■••titenced at Easton, Fa., yesteiday, to
I- While on the way back to jail
»'tempted .-uicide by cutting his throat
I» a piece ol chisel which he had hidden
P P( -'ket. The wound is not considered
igerous.
kind ol ,
»•ns »mam»
ill boat
Hi- British Club" has been organized in
I it> ol Mexico. The officers are E.
'on, manager of the London Bank of
' >rt >idcn! ; Thomas IForncastle, vice
j ' [tl William Pritchard, secretary
the loc al hoard of the Mexican National
ioa.1, secretary.
t Lenirevillf, on Saturday evening, May
hut '(ilorcd, drew a pistol and killed
tej'i-iains, ahn colored, while both
n* (irewng lor a party in the Utter's
A verdict of accidental shooting was
, er ' 1 ' but ir I s how said the girls were
<«>«» "» each other.
Ilxtv-nine persons were poisoned by eat
,u|( ri,ani at a church festival iu Cam
'Sw ( Hro,!î1 »» ïast Fridi y night, aud
01 1 7 n -a gill, died on Sunday even
• a lust accounts 12 others were not
i,., » U> rttov ' r ' The symptoms of the
18 r w p nd>le those following arsenical
fioniug.
V family of Andrew Daniel, a planter.
,a, ' bllr ^ 8. C., while breakfasting
»V, ''something wrong in tho
1 tiie coffee," and it was emptied Into
i . ( t * l wo J0K 8 which drank from
lut convulsions. A
•n 11 , , ' wtliclî resulted in the dis
iis. a u °f strychnine, bought
,' n ?. rHl8 ' Wag mhsing. Two colored
• 1 • » l '"iore*l house girl have been ar
fell was
1 Kaston, p,,
n na., on Saturday, A. J.
h th/ r being drunk, quarrelled
in,in J'! 1 * v . of August Poyck, and were
Ulr <>f the peace.
niffrnliig they
t charging uJ.,
Yester
wer** served with a war
11 with having put nearly
in a cistern which
Faria gre
water of the Poyck family,
n 'n Î*' . 'If* wife and eight cbil
• u* warrant, was upon information
en by a lie u-hlmr.
Be first m
1 ol Uniui
ffuul meeting of the Associa
ruynmst ra of the War was
tening at Cape May. There was
rs hoin. e,,aallce > wot more than 30 mem
rt- cl« u following officer
Mmi , i. : ,, r I e6 ^® nt '» ex-Paymaster Brice
ibie ' , a VJ : . lce Presidents ex Governor
•'laiue; Russell Errett, of Penn
Stei.heu Walker, of New
su , • } v - Stryker, of New Jer
'Vashii-^t y ' S? 1, Tbcmaa A. Gardener,
IV,, n. to, '' Lorreaponolng Seeratary,
•Mr.- T T ark ', ol ' Vap l'ihp:ton; Treasurer,
• Irusdel), of Washington.
ns" vi rmont Natlonal Bank at St. Al
*.|,L •» «üspended yesterday, In
ft llruJ M ' ( * :,,,, wrw8ment of Its Fresi
thc J 1 'I?' " ar l°w, who is also President
0 .lL,; .' ( ', UHtern railroad. The bank
<1 !i 'T" 1 !1, ' ( i ut $325,000 for that road,
niitr. ,1 8 ffladc loans on the Boston,
th« | ft .'l 114 lortland road. The deposits
(1 Bari U . re htatei be about $820,000,
Wow K W thluks tbe > will be paid in full,
uth*. , inve ®ted $1,000,000 in the
imnanw h" r ? aa - Tbe St - Albans Trust
uvrcml a è0 nUft b«ffnded, Its President,
1 Harlo'w K paptr! ' aVlbeen
In all at ,1
Vania;
Col.
d Gen
rk,
ci mie
endorser
<u *>f '® M p—Your Hop Bitters have
ith tv,?h , a } , valu ' 1 ^ me - I was laid up
iu)d t ' '', ver for over two monUis and
itters T°. l î llefu ntil I tried your Hop
iv „i.,. \,l tb ? 8t ' ßU Öering with debility or
Ä « fe « b >e health I cordially
1 11 J. C. Stortzel.
USH Fulton .I., Chicago, III.
i e* om
Vital QuMtlon«,
Ask the most eminent physician
Of any ochool, what la the beat thin* Id
the world for quieting and allaying all Irri
tation. of the nerve. and coring all forma
of nervous complaints, Riving natural
childlike refreshing sleep always f
And they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some form of Hops I"
CHAPTBIl I
Ask any of all the most eminent physi
cians:
What, is the liest and only rein* dy that
can be relied on to cure all diseases of the
kidneys and urinary organs; such as Bright's
disease, diabetes, retention or inability to
retain urine, and ail the diseases and ail
ments peculiar to Women"—
And they will tell you cxplicit.y and em
phatically "Buchu."
Ask the same physicians
"What is the most**reliable and surest
cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia; con
stipation, indigestion, bllliou»n«BS, malarial
fovor, ague, Ac and they will tell you .
Mandrake I or Dandelion !"
Hence, when these remedies are combined
with others equally valuable
And compounded Into Hop Hitters, such a
(Concluded next week.]
ftrtlfnn and Ute Fool Editor.
P Vicksburg Herald. ]
"Edison used to work the other end of a
circuit with me, and I knew him when he
wus In Memphis some 13 or 14 years ago.
He always looked ratty and never spent hls
money on clothes, bur. the reason was that
he was always tinkering with some new
contrivance or other, and spent his money
In paying for material to work out his In
ventions. He used to take press In Mem
phis. He was as fast as they make 'em,
and hls copy never gave a telegraph editor
a bit of tröuble. H« had a way while wait
ing for copy of drawing caricatures, illus
trating the characters of news
be was getting, and putting them
along in the spaces of the copy he
sent Into the press. This made one of
the papers up here, I forget which, red hot,
and It opened on him, aud had a good deal
to do with his being tired by the manager.
Edison didn't want the fool editor to print
his funny pictures in hls telegraphic news.
He only drew them for his
When be weut to Boston, with his yellow
linen breeches on, in the middle >f winter,
the manager of the office, finding ho was an
expert, hired him to keep the repeaters in
order. Edison worked at the instruments a
part of two days, and then was caught by
the manager of the office fooling with some
new contrivance oi his own. 'Thought I
hired you to keep these repeaters in order,*
said the manager. 'You did,' said Edison;
'but I've put a kink or two into them that
will make them keep themselves in order.'
From that day hls fortune was made.''
amusement.
Railroad Kmployees.
The leading business
of Provldenoe, R.
I., comjioRfl tho Hunt's Remedy Co., and they
guarantee all testimonials published by them
to be genuine. The following, datod May 4,
1888, from Mr. W. H. Blanchard, Dowell,Mas« ,
Is but
of the thousand remarkable cures
that
oine. Mr. Blanchard says :
six years
being made by this wonderful inedl
"I havo been
Ith acute
greatly troubled for
kidney dlBease, with
and hips, I
palu in my back
the B»»8
formerly employed
ton and Lowell Railroad,hut was obliged owing
to th" cons ant Jar, to give up railroad butd.
ness, as many others havo beon oblige*
account of . idney diseuse. 1 have tried
many medicines, hut received
relief. A
do,
permanent
to uje
Hunt'* Remedy. 1 purchased a bottle of one of
druggist? in IjowoII, and commenced to im
prove at once, und after using two bottles I vas
entirely free from all pain, and consider myself
cured, and I oheerftilly recommend this
derful medicine. Hunt's Remedy, to all suf
ferer« from kiduoy und liver disease."
friend recoin üd ended
At Liberty.
For a number of years I
kidney and gravel disease, aud suffered with
pains in my llmbB and back at times so severely
that It seemed that 1 oould not endure It. 1
used several so-called
afflicted with
recommended for
these diseases, but they did me no good. A
friend of mine that had used Hunt's Remedy,
and pronounced It the best in
try it, and I purchased
Hall's drug store iu Manchester, and before I
had used
, urged mu to
bottle at Qeorge E.
bottle I began to feel much better
the pains in the hluddcr and kidneys
duced a good deal, and after using five bottles
1 found that Hunt's Remedy had done all that
It was recommended to do. It had removed all
tho pain, my appetito improved, and 1 gained
several pounds in a few weeks. I have renewed
vigor and strength foYone of my years (- 4), and
1 can only thank tho proprietors of Hunt's
Remedy for my goo 1 health of to-day, and you
at llbe.ty to publish this, that It may bo the
being cured by the
orful remedy.
means of so a
your truly
W. H. TERRILL.,
Ooffstown, N. H., May 7, 1883.
Cholera!
OHOLSRA MORBUS
CHOLERA INFANTUM
ASIATIC OHOLERA
ALL OHOLERA DI8EA8E8
YIELD TO THE INFLUENCE OF
FerryDavis'sFainKiller
The GkRAT Remedy for every kind
of BOWEL DISORDER.
Captain Ira B. Fosa, of Goldsborough,
Maine, says : " One of my sailors was attack
ed severely with cholera morbus. We ad
ministered Pain Killer, and saved him."
J. W. Simond* 'Vattleboro, Vt.,says ! •* In
cases of choh* arbus and sudden attacks
ts, I have never found it
of summer
to fail."
AI.I. THF PRUOGISTS SELL IT.
psffiwi
Zm. t DR - Ÿ tt
vL by e's! 1|
. BEFORE - AND — AFTER .
Electric Appliance« are lent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO HKN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
W HO are suffering from N«bvods DaanaTT,
Lost Vitality. Ltc* o* Nbhvb Foaca ahd
acaassiffi
»Bi.HH «HT BP.. WAMHAU, MIBH,.
KIDNEY-WORT
g HAS BEEN PROVED
« for
I KIDNEY DISEASES.
J] Does alamo back or disordered urino indi
oa te tly t yoii aro a viotbn t> THEN DO NOT
HESITATE; uw Kidney-Wort at__
gluts reoonunend it) and it will upoodily
some Hie disease and restore healthy action.
I 2»r||jAO For complaint« peculiar
kClUlvOa to your sei, such an pain
and weaknesses, Kidney-Wort is unuurpassed,
aa it will act promptly and safely,
ElthorSex. Incontinence, retention of urine,
brick duat or ropy deposit;, and dull dracrfnc
pains, all apeodlly yield to
**• BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Price «1
t
(drug
;
curative power
<
KIDNEY-WORT 1
"My friend, F. C, Legard, of this city,
be drawn double from painful Kb
Kidney-Wort cured him.'* Jas. M.
Druggist, Alleghaney Ity, Pa., Aug. 22-82.
»d
y Disease,
Kinney,
KIDNEY-WORT
IS A SURE CURE
I tor all dlesaaes of the Kidneys
liver
It haa specific action
and
thia most Important
organ, enabLag it to throw off torpidity and
uuwtton, stimulating Uie healthy secretion of
the Bllo, and by keeping tho bowels In free
oondition, effecting it« regular discharge
Malarln. X"ÄS,
In the Spring tooleen*, th.By.tem, every
one should tako a thorough oourse of it.
4L BOLD BY DRUQCI8T8. PrlooBI.
I
gained 2» lint. In two month«, • • write« Mr.
J. C. Power, of Trenton, 111,, (|)i
a well
2-82), "
fb red with liver dUorde
id
since 1862.
Kidncv-Wort cured
Strong word« fr» i
unhesitatingly r<
greatly benefitted i
of Mohawk, N. Y.
a New York clergy in nn ; "I
.~«d Kidney-Wort. It
*,'* says Rev. C. K. Kemble,
KIDNEY-WORT'
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
CONSTIPATION.
Wo other disease la so prevalent in th. e
try as Constipation, and no remedy has ever
• equalled the oelebrated Kidney- Wort ae a
Clour*, Whatever tho cause, however obatinate
j this reme dy w ill overoom6 it.
Dll THIfl distressing
5 " . . _ ^* Plaint ir very apt. to be
$ oom pUcated with oonstipation Kidney-Wort
*j strengthens the weakened parts and quickly
0 cures all kinds ol Piles even when physicians
«and medicines have before failed
b **■ nrtf you have either of these,
trouble»
use rs
jjiaanriBi _
KIDNEY-WORT
Sell
"For 12 years,'' writes Lyman T. Abell, of
Georgia, Vt., "I found no other relief from
piles, until I tried Kidney-Wort. It Im« cured
ft
KIDNEY-WORT
T HE GREAT CURE
I FOR
A RHEUMATISM—
As it ia for all tho painful diseases of the
KIDNEY8A.IVER AND BOWELS.
It cleanses the system of the acrid poison
Liât causes the dreadful suffering
only the victims of Rheumatism can
Of tv,« thousands of cases
of the worst forms of this terrible disease
have been quickly relieved, p .id in short time
PERFECTLY C JRED.
DRY, S./LD
u «ont by mail.
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imromsTs.
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KIDNEY-WO
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"I had habitual cost I venous, pain In the hack
and rheumatism, '' write« S. J. Hcott, Burling
ton, Vt., Kidney-Wort has c
I them all.''
NEW AI) VKHT1SKMKNTS,
T ANh CLAIMS A SPECIAL!'' ,
JiiYl' i' A WARRANTS, ADDITION A
HOMESTEAD CERTIFICATES and all klr.is
of LAND SCRIP honght and sold. Large »to
aud HIGHEST PRI« K» Paid, Do you want ,
sell or buy? If s<), write to A. A. THOM/ .
\ttorney-at-Law. Washington, l). C.
PATENTS andkrson a smith,
I zi. a Eilv 1 ^•Solicitor of U.S. and Foreign
, No. 700 Seventh street, cor. G, opp. .
•nt office, Wa hlngton, i». C. Corrue
ce solicited. N charge for advice,
fee charged unless patent 1« all*
Lewis Johnson ft Co.. Ba.ike
Washington, I). (',
free.
». I '
No
•d. K<
d Postmaster,
phlot. of Instructions
P A T E N T S
F. A. Lehmann, Solicitor of Awcrlc
Foreign Patents, Washington, 1>. C. All busi
connected with Patents, whether before l
Patent Office or the Court«, pron
to. No barg made unies»- a pate
»end for circular.
JPtlfV
attended
a28-tf '
AGENTS Attention.
M
ETKOR ALARM CLOCK, with Lumi
nous Composition Face. Time seen dis
NOTHING SELIMS SO
month easily made. Send
unie, or 3-cent stamp for bill partie
WES & FRISH1E,General Agents,
Watnrburv. Conn
tinetly at night.
RAPIDLY. £»00
$2.60 for
alars.CLO
Ianl8-l-l4
ad, disease or other
disability. Widows, minor
ohildren and dependent parents en* itled when
death resulted. Claims reopened, restoration,
inoreases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob
tained. Apply at ouco, delay prejudices your
rights. Fees fixed by law. Address, with
stamp, the old established firm of JKDSON &
<UO , Attorneys and Claim Agents, 917 F. St.,
Washington, D. C.
PENSIONS Si
PURE
INDIA
TEAS'
They contain
. No hem lea «
Matter used in their Preparation Very val
for mixing with Weaker and * heaper China
Teas. 1 hey conlaiu a very high 1 ercentnge uf
Extraei. They are cultivated and prepared
under the supervision of Foreigner«, upon the
most approved scientific methods. I he eaf is
manipulated by machinery,
of appearance throughout entire
They retain their valuable minimes
usual length of time. JOHN O. PHILLIPS ft
CO • 130 Water street. New York. Ageutsofthe
Cal* Ulta Tea Syndicate.
Absolutely pure,
exhausted leave.
• Coloring
ble
giving uniformity
^plucking«.
Check, in O hour.
CURESin;( PAYS
J. P. Miller, M. V.
-DRUG 8TORE
l5N.nthst.Phlln
48 FORMEN
SYONSTOALL
disabled by wounds or disease,
roftoe,piles, diarrhoea, rupture loss
OSSOfhearingJreart and lung disease
natron.or any other disease or hurt hyacci
qrotherwise, gives you a pension. Widow*,
•anjffctbef*, mothers, brothers and sisters are
lad topeosions.Pensions procured where dis
r* blast. New discharges obuined. Hon
m discharges and pensions for all deserters,
aetodAugusty.rtM*. Pkmsions Increased
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
J. A. CONN E R,
Reliable Harness and Trunk Manufacturer, haa
removed to Ids new store,
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
where yon will find the largest assortment ol
Harness. Trunks, Rag«, etc., in the city. Ladies
aud gentlemen'» pocket books and ladles shopping
bags »old at r amoxi able prices. Trompt attention
paid to re) airing trunks and traveling bags.
ti VKAMSHIF LINKS.
NCHOR LINK.
UNITED UTATBH MAIL »TEAM HIP8
Sat! From New York Kverv
HuttmJay for
GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY,
Cabin piumagc, f6o to |80. Beeond cabin, M0.
U'ternge, outward, #28, Prepaid, |>i.
LIVERPOOL A QUEENSTOWN 8EKV1CK.
CITY op ROME Balls August 18, Sept. 22, Oct. 27
BELGRAVIA Bail* August Z\ :• ept. at, Nov. ff
VURNKHK1A sails Sept. 8, Oct. 18, Nov. 17
nage |H0 to «100 according lo arcouimo
Hccottd Ckbln and Steerage
Line Drafts issued at, lowuat
e uf charge in England, Scotland
a bln pas
dations.
Fill
For I'aBHHge, Cabin Flans. Book of Tours.
*c., apply to HEN DEHBUA BROTH K KH, MiV
York, orSAMTTKLF. BKTTH. Adam» Express,
or. A. D. Let Jar pen tdr, DuPont's Mills,'Wil
mington
id
() N
AND AFTER MON
DAY, MA\ 14, 1881, THE
AND ElaEG ANT
N K W
S 1 KAMF.lt
WILMINGTON,
For Philadelphia, • idling at Marc». .
Chester, leaves Wilmington dally, Mu
eluded, from Fourth st-eet wharf at » .40 u ; ,
1 eta ruing leaves hlladelphla at 4.16 n. m., from
second wharf below Chestnut street. l-.out can
be chartered f r moonlight excursions 1 low
i" a. Freight received all da«* at Philadelphia.
518-tf
Hook and
nday ln
F HK LG HT LINKS.
pOK PHILADELPHIA.
WARNER'S
Philadelphia and Wilmington
Propellers
Ball daily from Market street wharf, Wllmlng
~i, and first wharf below Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, at 6 p. in.
FREIGHT CARRIED
under
erics
by any other line, and carefully handled
r our personal supervision. Express deliv
made In either city by our own wagons.
Chas. Warner & Co.
Only office In the city connected with Telephone
Exchange by two wires, two transmitters and
two Indicators. m2S-tf
^'OKNEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
-HAIL FROM
King Street Wharf, Pier 15, East River,
Wilmiutrton,Del., New York,
Tuesday, Thursday, Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, 2 p. m. Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried as low
New V ork and Eastern cities.
rt2S-tf
by any other line
K. ANDREWS, Agent.
FiNAN VIA !..
q'HK AKTIZAN8 SAVING BANK
NO. «K MAHN KT »TREKT,
Incorporated January 24th, 1861.
Open to receive deposits from 9 a. in. until 4 p. m.
and on Tuesday and Saturday evenings
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
»EMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
ttegUarly made in April
dividends are not withdrawn they
as dep osits. Thus permanent dettoslls compound
theli Interest twice In each year.
d October. When
accounted
MANAGERS:
Clement B. Smyth,
Charles W. Howland,
Nathaniel R. Benson,
Henry F. Dure,
W. Hastings,
Edward Pusey
George W. bush,;
George ». Cap., »id,
M. L. Lichteutiieln,
Edward Darllngtor,
Job H. Jackson,
, willtamH. Swlh.
Anthony Higgins.
GEORGE W. BUSH, President,
K. ». CAPELL8,vTce President,
E. T. TAYLOR, T
J M. MATHER, Auditor.
feb2l-iy
ft ai urar
R. It. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
FOR HALE:
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Buy and sell slocks and bonds on commission
Letters of credit available in all parts of the world
and drafts on England, Ireland.France, Germany
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GENUINE FAC-SIMILE— Prominent Le
levs, ALL white on a black ground.
Uowarc of dealers who attempt to palm «
?MITATTOY, SUBSTITUTION*orWORT!
I.KSW good« w hich yield them a LA KG !
PROFIT. IV'oiie ore genuine without the
:-3r SAFE.
M. II. WAPWKil ft CO.. Hoe bester, N.i
EEDLK
GAS LAMP
50 Candle-Power
exceeding the light ..f 3 ordinary gas lets. Burn:
headlight oil, price Ç3. C. O. D. a C e "('om
parattve View" 01 numirtl cost of 280 C. P lu
jerlor lighting, by « "Needle Gaa" Lampe #65.70
20 coal gas Jets flhi. 1 Electric Lam ' ^
, prospectus of GRAND ALH4 LIGHT (JO
Capitalist associate« treated with. Chandellerb
of 400 C. P. to Older. Table Lamp» ofSOO/P.Ï
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W. B. ROBINS
1
Patentee and Manufacturer,
1 «2 Main Stwrit, (2nd floor,)
and on (Change Daily
ClN'.i«NATi
Hier goods.
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THE BEST PLACE TO BUY DRY GOODS.
Strawbridge & ( lothier's,
EIGHTH ft MARKET
EIGHTH ft FILBERT
PH ILADKLH H1A.
LIUVOH DKALKHS.
JOHN F. DOLAN,
NO. 6 WEST THIRD ST.
—Dealer In Choice -
WINE8, IIQUOR8 AND CIGARS.
Oyster» In every style,
notice.
Jyö-tf
Served
_ »hortest
„ _ DOLAN'S,
No, 6 West Third Street.
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8,
BONDED WAREHOUSES pure rvt
whiskies from the follnwln* celebrated <Hi
tlllerle«
A. Overholt A Co., Janunry 1879 and June 1880.
A. Uuckenheliner ft Bro., May *878.
John Gibson, Won ft Co., May 1*V9 and Jane 1880.
Hannls Distilling Co., August 1879.
Sherwood, November 1879 and June 1880.
Neverslnk (Reading, Pa.,) February. 18».
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
The above
tax paid at
may be
gv.Ms will be sold either In bond or
the lowest market rates. Samnlet
at this store.
NO. 108 MARKST BTRKJET.
my5-20
NUNOIB KELLY ft CO
( JRANGE GROYK
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IN PACT—
THE PUREST. HIGHEST AND BEST RYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
bottle.
By the gallon
JAMES A. KELLY
1
Uniform in
quality
Rich
Absolutelypure rye.
and delicate In flavor.
* v., A sure and safe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
S. W. COR. TKNTH AND ORANGE STS.
mvS-ly-26
J OHN P. DONAHOE,
-BOTTLER OF
AND BOLE AUKNT OF WILLIAM MABBEY
A CO.*8 PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO
e Ue.dbratod Bartholomay Rochester Beer.
(The brewings are unequalled for purity and
flavor: constantly on hand In kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters In all
the different flavors.
b i 7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
46^Polite and accommodating drivers. Orders
*»y mall promptly attended to. He is also connec
' with the Telephone Exchange, and hls signal
Is-myl-18
bad
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
OPPOSITE THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT,
Wilmington, Delaware.
Th s hotel is a new building, entirely newly
furnished in a most elegant style and offers
American and G rinancornfo-ts. Refreshment«
and eatablts first-class at fair priées.
te21 HENRY BLoXJTH,
Proprietor.
THE BEST GLASS
1 —OF-*
BEER!
-IN THE CITY, AT
E. P. F REYE'S,
NO. 17 EAST SECOND 8TREET.
Jy28-tfI2
C HAS. o. H. BECKETT,
-IMPO. TER OF—
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
108 WE8T SEVENTH STREET.
SAMPLE ROOM.
Jy30ri2tf t
^PECHT & SPAHN
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
—AN1>—
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
CORNER FIFTH AND DuPONT STREETS.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
49"OrderB by mall promptly fllied.
Families supplied with bottled beer; pint
bottles fr cents a dozen.
A share of your patronage Is respectfully solic
ited. Iel2-1-17
RTS
Iolkale-Liquq
H. M'WHORTER & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all Kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC.,
STEAM ENGINES A SEPARATORS.
' 5 WEST jjRONT BTUEETj^WIL^ DJCJ.
NC
J^INDEMAN PIANOS
A 7-octave Steinway Square.
A 7-octave Chane Square.
Haines Upright, and a fine oct. at
$175. at
LINDEMAN BROS.,
171 & 173 W Fourth St.
UlNUDSNATi U
misomulawmovs.
JOHN MEALÏJY.
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State ol Delaware for
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne Wine
PRICE LIST.
»
Per Cue 13
do 34
ft
37.00
#».00
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Cases
10 Cases
3ft Cases
5 per cent.
10 per cent.
15 per cent
IMPORTED
BA88 ALE. BROWN STOUT.
BELFAST GINGER ALE.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST GTG ARB
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
JAS. F. WOOD & CO.,
TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOFING,
Metal Work and Jobbing of Every
Description.
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges and the "Favorite Heatei.
V
JAMES E. WOOD & CO..
FRONT AND ORANGE SIS.
WILMINGTON, DEL
feb20-42
DR I. C. TERRY'S LOTION
—for
Softening and Beautifying the Skin.
This preparation has a remarkably healing and softening
effect upon the Skin. It removes Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions*
Red or Inflamed Noses, Freckles, Sunburn, Rough or Chapped
Lips or Hands, Liver Spots and Discolorations, Dandrutt
Itching of the Scalp, Thickened or Brittle Nails, etc.
Read the certificate of the Eminent Chemist, Prof. Charles
S. Gauntt, M. D., Graduate of the University of Pennsyi
1844:
or
vania,
ANALYTICAL LABRATORY, NO. 2230 MASTER STREET,
1 HILADBLPHIA, Pa,, February 26, 1S83.
mild and emollient or .oltcnln* iutfielrn.^
recommend It to the public as a superior préparât ion. ft ls^cratUVinï'ior hip know V
former student of mine has succeed to Compounding
CHARLES S. G AU NPI', M. , ►.
Analytical and Consulting ClicmLt.
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TESTIMONIALS :
Phila. Reading ft PottsvillxTlx'h. Co. >
204 8. Fourth street, Phila. j
I suffered for flfteen years from tender and
blistered feet caused by excessive perspiration.
The skin would often crack open aud become verv
painful. A few applications of Dr. I. C. Terry's
Lotion afforded me immediate relief.
WM. D. STAGER.
1 r Newtown, Bucks county Pa.
for the last ten year« with Tttie 1 *
the Scalp. During that time 1 consulted «•
physicians, who prescribed lor my disease .
ln §L5 aea, D rr ? Hel whatever. A o
plications offyour Lotion has entlndy cu ,, *m* ire.
U. V. VAN HORN '
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Rkcordbk OF Deeds Off;; k. |
j. M „ . 424 Chestnut street l'liila. \
I have used your Loti n lu mv fan iv m
Freckles, softening and beautlfylnur lln
highly iecommendlt. JOHN POLL'M K
S. W.cor. Eighteenth and hkkdhtk.i r\
miiî, ave u#ed y°«r Lotion in my lamilv
highly recommend It to the public.
Berywn, Montgomery county, Pa.
dull
I
afflicted
, , or two years past with a
aching pain on the »op of my head, from the
heat, no doubt. In the part there would collect
scales or dandruff. 1 used Dr. I. O. Terry's
Lotion, which removed both headache and dan
druff. G. ANDERSON.
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JOH MUI.I. IN.
'ENTE It »T., Phila.
lor Dandruff and ltd .
Richborough, Bucks county, Pa.
For several months past I have been much
noyed with rough skin. It would crack opeu
cause considerable pain. ^ our Lotion softened,
healed and restored the skin to a healthy condi
tion. WARREN G. WORTHINGTON.
2720 GRAY'R FXRRY ROAD, Phila.
I have used your Lotlou for chapped hands. It
was a severe case. It effected a cure In two days.
JOHN F. COONEY
1216 N. third St., Phida.
I suffered for several years with totter upon my
face. Yonr Lotion entirely cured me.
FRANK RIGNFY.
I have used your Loti
lng of the s. alp. A few appllcatl*
Immediate relief, and Vntir v
dandruff.
r, , 1010 N. Front sticket, Phila.
1 have useil your Lotion t..r solloniii* tlio .k i.
highly rerommend It.. *
H1UVAKI) JUDD, IR,
r . . J «D, N. Tenth »ticket, Pniia.
I have had Pimples and Black 1
face. Dr. I. C, terry'* Lotion removed them.
A. FLAM Elm.
Phila.
. -ur Lotto!.
. GAURLTl.
I
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T. MURPHY.
and
.!«
810 Market Stuk
my lac*
I have had Pimples
remove«! them.
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Price $1 per bottle.
Offices, 315 North Sixth street, «hove
Vine, Philadelphia Sent by express to any part ol the Ui ited
States without additional expense. For sale by
N. B. DANFOKTH.
SECOND AND MARKET STS., WILMINGTON, 1 El .
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CONFECTIONS
PUT UP IN HANDSOME BASKETS AND BOXES.
Attention Is invited to our large variety of fine CAKES, which wc aie
pleased to serve in large or email quantities. Persons desiring the BEST
and FRE8HE8T can always be accommodated. Ladies and Gentlemen
visiting the city wfll And our DINING ROOM supplied with all the
delicacies of the season at reasonable prices.
GT. BYRON
MORSE,
1300 CHESTNUT ST. PHIA.

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