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REPRINTED FROM YESTE RDAY
AN AERONAUT'S PERIL.
XI aa ging by Two Flngora from a Balloon
Paris, August 22.— At Roy an, on the
Gironde, there was on Friday a scene per
haps unprecedented in the annals of balloon
ing M. Oration, a well known æronaut, was
about to make
balloon called "La Vldouvlllalse."
Mile. Albertine, the heroine of several
balloon ascensions, was seated In the car,
and M. G ratten was holding in his right
hand a loose coll tied to one of the cords
that served to attach the hall«
loon unexpectedly broke loose,and the cord,
unrolling itself with lightning rapidity,
caught In a sort of a running kuot around
the first and second fingers of Gratien's
right hand.
Gratten was immediately whisked off Into
the air 600 meters high. In vain he tried to
haul himself upon the cord and loop It over
his arm. Alter Irantlc efforts he became
exhausted and hung at the end of the cord
suapended solely by his two fingers, and suf
fering excruciating agony. Owing to the
jerking of the balloon the cord cut like a
razor through the flesh to the bone.
In that situation Gratlea was carried to
the distance of nearly four miles, at the
height of 600 metres above the earth. Mile
Albertine, overcome by the horror of the
situation, fainted away ami sank helpless to
ilic bottom of the car.
As the air in the balloon became cool the
balloon decended, but bumped against the
earth In a dense mass of thorny shrubbery.
Gratlen was not only stripped of his
clothes, but his skin was literally torn In
strips from his body as he was dragged for
nearly half a mile through the thorny
brambles. Finally some peasants managed
to cut the cord. Gratlen appeared to be a
mass of wounds and to be near bleedlug to
death, ôtrange to say, he did not lose con
sciousness for & slmrle Instant. He suffered
no Internal injury, and although his condi
tion is critical, he probably will recover.
When the rope was cut and the balloon
waa freed from the weight of Gntien's body
it again arose in the air, carrying off Mille.
Albertine. By singular good fortune it
landed in a marsh, and Mademoiselle at last
stood
tressed in mind and badly scared, but other
wise safe and sound.
[Royan is in Charente Inferieure. It Is
situated at the mouth of the Gironde and is
20 miles southwest of Saintes. It has a
small harbor, a fort, fisheries and bathing
establishments. It Is much frequented by
the residents of Bordeaux.]
ascent In a hot air
. The bal
terra flrma. She was sorely dis
*
MOORE GONE WRONG.
The Turnkey at the City Hall Release* a
prisoner for Reasons Best Known to
Himself.
Special officer Moore, at present on night
duty at the City Hall, is placing himself in
an unenviable poeitiou by trying to impress
the other officers with the belie! that he is
the "Chief Mogul" and has a perfect right
to do as he pleases as soon as the Chief
leaves the Hall.
When it suits his own sweet will he will
release a prisoner and threaten to make it
hot for an officer who Interferes. On Mon
day last, Officer Cathcarl arrested a man
late in the evening, whom he found on
Market street in a condition that warranted
the arrest. The prisoner was taken to the
Hail and locked up. A note being taken of
the time, name of the prisoner a .d other
pointe that are usually placed upon the
docket.
When Cathcart arrived on Tuesday morn
ing tor the purpose ol appearing against hin
prisoner, Officer Moore informed him that
the prisoner had been released only a few
minutes before by him.
From all that
A
and
Exp
boxes
sale
Pa.,
10
and
and
and
be learned of the case
Officer Moore released the prisoner on hie
own responsibility, as neither the Chief
the Sergeant knew of the action ol the
special officer until Cathcart complained of
the way in which the special officer treated
him.
Moore has, in all probability, constituted
himself judge, and tries the cases during the
early morning, aud, having no pro*ecutiug
witness thinks he does bis duty by releasing
the accused parties. It would do well if the
Chief or Mayor would look into the matter
and make the turnkey attend to his duty
more carefully or they won't even have a
prisoner to try from one week's end to an
other.
Probably the officer could tell something
about how Bob Allen, the notorious burg
lar, escaped from the Hall.
An Aged Lady'* Death.
Elizabeth 8. Atkin, wife of JarneB C.
Aiktn, died at her residence,715 King street,
at 11.20 o'clock last night.,in the 72d year ot
her age. Deceased was born in Wilmington
and lived here all her life. She was a mem
ber of Hanover Presbyterian Church aud _
aunt of Thomas M. Culbert, late of the Post
Office department. She had been falling for
almost a year and her death was not unex
pected.
H.i
11
PERSONAL.
C. B. Rhoads and wife returned from Al
lentown at noon to-day, where they spent a
week visiting friends aud places of interest.
Nelson R. Bertolette, sou of 'Squire Ber
tolette, is spending his vacation in a trip to
the White Mountains. Before returning
home he will visit the principal summer
resorts through the east.
1 he Same as Before.
Workmen were engaged in removing the
roof of Barkley & Brother's collapsed stable
this morning. J. R. D. 8eeds A Son will,
In all probability, make an attempt to raise
the girder to-morrow in straigteuing
the walls.
Catarrh of the Bladder»
Stinging Irritation, inflammation, all Kid
ney and Urina
"Buchupaiba."
complaints, cured by
l.
Dr. Simian rata Maraber.
The perfection of pain medicines Immedi
ate in relieving cramps, pains, cholera mor
bus, neuralgia, rheumatism, cholera, etc.,
50 cents. Depot Fourth and King.
The Puzzle
How to keep cool is very satisfactorily solved
by visiting A. Uauber's saloon, 200 West
street. It is in reality Cape May at home.
Well*' "Rough
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15
cents. Quick, complete, permanent
Corns, warts, bunions.
Purity.
A liquid disinfectant, quart bottles, only
25 cents. Danforth, druggist, corner Secoud
aud Market streets.
THK KA1LROAÜ8
A Local Time Table With the Latest
Correction.
1'RAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
New York— 2.00*, 2.23*, 6.30,9.68, 11x68 a. m.
2.38, 1.64, 5.17*, 6.88*, 7.26 p. m.
Baltimorb —1.06*, 1.42*, 4,61*,8.06*, 9.17*, a.
m. 12.27,1.00, I.OR, 6.00, 6.00, 6.67,11.04* p. m.
Washington— 1.42*, 4.61*, 8.06*, 9.17* a. m.
1.00, l.OB, 6.00,6.67,11.04* p. m.
BAXTIMORK AMD 1MTBRMKDIATB STATIONS—
1.06*, 9,17* a. m. 1.00. 6.00, 8.00p. m.
•Train* running both dally and Sunday,
tTrain« running only on Sunday.
a
Is
is
a
i/ilawarb Kxi lroaD—8.00*,9. 10+ a,m. 1.0» t
s.OO*, 4.00t,fl.*26t p. m. No Sunday trains.
•For Now Uastle only.
fFor Harrington and intermediate stations.
[Express for Del mar.
WlLMIWOTOH NORTHXRW RAILROAD— 7.00 ». DO.
os, 5.0b, 6.36 p. m. Sundays, 7.00 a. m, and
.10p. m.
Dilawars Wbptbrw Railroad— 7.06 10.8
a. m. 5.30 p. m. Sunday trains 10.80, a. m
8.oo p.r
TRAINS AKKIVEat WILMINGTON FROM
Pm LA—12.46,1.00, 1.82*, 4.47*, 7.46, 8.02». '9.11
t045,10.10t 1185 a. m..2 12 50, 107, 2.22,2.80
.50,8.66, 4.80, 4.66, 6.86, 6.68, 8.20. 8.48, 7.86,7.10t,
9.60. 10.88. 10 68 p. m.
I. 12.60
Nmw York- 1.82* 4.47», 8.02f, 9.12 a.
1.07, 4.66,8.48*, 10.68 p.m.
BaLTIMORB—1.61*. 2.13* 9.84, 9.64,11.48 a. m,
18.36, 1.61, 6.11*, 6 80*, 7.24, ».49* |». m.
12 . 88 ,
Wabhiwotok— 1.61*, 2.18, 11.48 a.
1.61, 6.11*, 6.30*, 7.24, 9.49 p. m.
* Both dally and Sunday,
t On Sunday only.
Dblawarb Railroad—8.60 9 60, 10.16 a. m
2.06, 6.06*. 6.60 p. m. No Sunday trains.
* From Naw Castle only.
Wilmington A Northbrn Railroad—8.62
8.40,11.36 a.m. 6.42 p.m. Sunday, 10.80 and
7.00 p. m.
Dblawarb Wbstrrn Railroad—8.00 a. m.
p. in. Sunday trains 9.10 a. m, 6.40 p. m.
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
Pbtladblphia Nbw Broad Strbbt Davor—
12.80*, 3.66*. 8,30, 7.20*,8.00, 8.21.R.86t, 10.18.11.80,
11.60 a. m. 12.26, 1.32f, 3.16 4.02, 4.26.
5.66, J.20.6.66, 6.06f. 6.36, 8.30*, 9.30, 10.00. 11.82
Ui.
Nbw Uabtlb— 8.38, «.36, 10.02, 11.46 a. m.
.40, 6.36 p. m.
* Trains running both dally and Sunday,
fTrains running only jn Sunday.
a
to
in
A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
and way stations at 7.48 a. in., returning leave
Newark at 8.25 a. tn. for Wilmington and way
stations.
The Black figure* denote the Limited
Exp
Train*.
OUR MAIL».
Their Arrival a d Departure, Taking
Effect July l*t, 1883.
The Post Office in this city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.30 a. m. tottp. m. Prl
accessible until 11 p.
Sundays open from 8.30 to 9 30 a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. m. The whole
sale stamp window will close at 6.30 p. m The
money order office will close at 6 p. m.
MAILS ULOHB AM FOLLOWS :
NORTH.
Wilmington A Northern Railroad to Reading
Pa., and points on the Baltimore and Central
Chadd's Ford,
Philadelphia closed pou h, 8.30 a. in.
Philadelphia and waymail, 9 a. in.
New York, Pennsylvania aud points east and
west, » a. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenburg
10 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York city. Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 11.50 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, f.3o p. in.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York cities olosed
pouches, U.36 p. in.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
points west aud southwest 9.36 p. m,
All points north, east, west aud southwest, 1
Ih.Xvs
Oil
a
south of
7.40 a.
All Louisiana Ik sent west except New Orleans
which is sent south
through malls.
SOUTH.
Baltimore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington aud all points south, 7 40 a. m.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
Supplimentary mail lor the PeninKUla, 9 am.
Baltimore, Washington and ail points south,
12*30 p.m.
Newport. Stanton, Newark, Elkton and
de Grace, lit.do p. ur
Points on Baltimore (Jeutral,between Port De
posit. and Chadd's Ford, 12.30 p. m.
Baltimore aud Hay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrington, Including
Delaware City and St. George r s, 6.60 p m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
ot
H.i
11 p. m.
MA1LH AKKIVU
READY »Oil DELIVERY.
Wilmington A Northern Kallroad 8.30
a
to
New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points, 6.3U p. in.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west, 8 30 a. m.
From way mail from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m.
Peninsula and ail north ot Harrington
!
9.16 a.
Baltimore and way mail, 9.60
Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
Peninsula mail, 12.30 p. in.
Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 1.20 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
I
I
south, 2.20 p. m.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p, m.
Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 5.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest, &.40 p. m.
Carriers di liveries as follows : 6.30 a.m ., gen
eral ; 10.10 a. m., partial ; 1.30 p. in., general ;
4.00 p. m., partial.
Collections from street boxes are made by the
carriers at ö.30 aud 10 a. m., 1.30 and 4 p. m.
An additional collection will be made at
by
p. ui. from all boxes between Jefferson and
Lombard and Water aud Thirteenth sireets
inclusive. On Sunday a full collection will be
made at 6.00 p.m. Local letters for carriers
delivery should be deposited iu Post Office tea
minutes before the hour of delivery
W. Y. SW1GGET, Postmaster.
15
only
POSITIVE CURE Only Two Bottles.
FOB
C ATARR
HAY-FEVKK.
F^CLY r §
COCkkM Dk\W^| 1 have been affilc
ted lor twenty year*
£.",«'■'*1 ." lr "'K ,lle ni nth»
HARSH C0L0* t ir4n I August hih! Seu
tAU * teinber, with ^Hay

■ les without relief.
1 w
Ely' Ore
-Balm;
?ed It with
result*,
confidently
recommend it to all
similarly afflicted.
Kohkut W.Townr
I.KY, (ex-Mayor)
Elizabeth, «. J.
HAY-FEVER
APPLY by the little finger Into
the noHtril*. By absorption It ef
fectually «lean «es the nasal passage* of
catarrhal vtru*, causing healthy Becretlon*. It
allay* inflammation, orotecU the menibrana
llntngs of the head from additional colds,
nie tel y heal« the sores and restores the sense of
taste and smell Beneficial results
m.
I w application*. A thorough treatment
Uneiiualed for colds ln head. Agree
. »end for circular, »old by druggist*.
By mall 50c. a package—stamp*.
ELY'S CREAM B
by
Will
ALM CO.,
wero. rf. Y.
a.
m.
J OO HAIM'S
m.
CHINESE LAUNDRY,
Will open Monday, July 16, at 211 KING
STREET. I y 13-1®
J. w. D1MFKNBORF « I/O.
,
m
Special Announcement !
m.
m.
1
Office of the
Wil'n. Clothing House,
Fourth & Market Sts.
We have many bar
gains to offer our patrons
in every department until
September 15. We wish
to dispose ot all odd suits
—will make a price that
cannot be resisted it you
need a suit or an odd Coat,
Pants or Vest. We have
m.
Prl
The
and
east
east
Oil
something that will suit
you or if you want the
same tor either of the boys
you will find it to your ad
vantage to call on us
Two
In our Custom Depart
ment we will make the
are
yet
tive
same offer and add, we
have just received our
stock of Foreign Suitings
and Overcoatings and will
give you special prices at
this time. These are cash
lng
offers and you'll find it to
your profit to avail your
selves ot the same.
Yours Respectfully
Jqo. W Diefendorf & Co
REPAINTED FROM YESTERDAY
A MILD-MANNK.KKD OFFICKR.
eiTtng Good Advice to Thrss Young M
While they Punch Each Other s Heads
One of the most mild-mannered men In
thla c
*
to
lty Is at present doing duty on the
"model" police force. This month he la on
night turn, and while patrollng his beat, In
the neighborhood of Third and Lombard
streets about 10 o'clock last night, ran sud
denly upon three young men who were
pummellng each other In a lively manner
and attracting quite a crowd of Interested
spectators. The officer was seen coming to
ward the seat, ol war, hut this fact created
no stir, as all anseinhled knew that the
officer was afraid to Interfere.
Upon coming up to the crowd the valiant
bearer of the star said in a voice that waa
calculated to soften the heart of the hardest
crimtual: "Boy*, you'd better quit, now."
But they aldn't quit, and after moving
around nervou-ly for a few minutes he
peated hia little speech and again waited to
see what, effect It would have upon the
pugilists.
This second appeal not baring the desired
effect, the officer drew himself up to his full
gth, Inflated his lungs until the buttons
on nls coat groaned, and dropping a few
ounces of courage Into his voice, so to
speak, said, "you had better stop, now,"
but made no attempt to stop the row, which
had been going on from the time the officer
had made his appearance on the battle
ground.
Some one in the crowd suggested that he
had better go home and stop Interfering
with other people's busluess. This remark
evidently hurt his feelings, for he Imme
diately made himself scarce and was not
seen airain until after the fight was over.
In all probability the officer thinks that
kindness goes artb r than blows, but in this
case be has lost all the glory that is usually
accorded to an officer who at least tries to
preserve the peace and maintain dignity of
the city aud of his office.
RAILROaI) 1M I'KOVEMENTH.
P
P
len
A New Station at Clayton—Superlnten
dent Mills' Movements.
Times. ]
,huiy
Superintendent Keuuey
phla, Wilmington & B
and Superintendent Mills of the Delaware
Division, were here yesterday looking over
the ground with a view of putting down
additional track at the station for the ac
commodation of the increased traffic that
has largely developed during the year.
Other necesMtry improvements are con
templated at Clayton for the largely in
creased traffic of the road there. It is
thought that a new station will have to be
erected there in the near future, so much
crowded has become the room iu aud about,
the present one. The one now in use might
tie converted into a restaurant where a good
ineal or suaek could be obtaiued.
Supirintendeut Mills, since making Clay
ton the headquarters of his division seeius
to regard it of more Importance thau he
hitherto thought it entitled to, aud 1 h now
keeping a watchful eye over all the opera
tions there, aud as som as he discovers any
change or improvements'hat can be made
for the interest of the company aud its cus
tomers he inaugurates them at ouce.
His advent to Clayton bus proved to
be a wise move on the part of the company
and has been of material advantage to its
patrons. He takes in the situation of affairs
at one« , aud iu order that peach growers
might get thr most money for their fruit, he
has been making an effort to get buyers
from the largest cities of the West to come
to Delaware aud buy the fruit at the sta
tions along his division, which, if done,
would prevent over stocking the Eastern
market and enable growers to realize more
money for their fruit.
of the Phlladcl
al timoré Railroad
Proof Everywhere.
If any Invalid or sick person has the least
doubt of the power aud efficacy of Hop
Bitters to cure them, they can lind cases ex
actly like their owu, in their own neighbor
hood, with proof positive that tney can be
easily aud {»erinaucntly cured at a trifling
cost—or ask your druggist or physician.
Greenwich, Feb. 11, 1880.
Hop Bitter s Co. —8nts—1 was given up f
the doctors to die of scrofula consumption.
Two bottles of your Bitters cured me.
Leroy Brewer.
by
Emory's Little Cathartic Pill*
are sufficiently powerful for the most robust,
yet the safest for children and weak consti
tutions; the action in any disease is uniform,
certain and safe, painless and effective.
Druggists—15 cents.
Fiiterprlalng Local Agent*.
wanted in this town for an article that la
sure to sell, live druggists and grocers pre
ferred. Address Humiston Food Preserva
tive Co.,72 Kilby street, Boston.
A Fatal M Intake
would be not to take Dr. It. V.Pierce's "Golden
Medioal Discovery" if you
lng from impure blood, or U
(scrofulous disease of tl
druggists.
billious. suitor
tearing consumption
lungs). Hold by all
TUE cm MAliKfcfr
Local Quotation* Corrected Dally Ln the
Street Market.
}.—OORHUOTMD DAILY BY W. J.
HAY, FEED.
MORROW, HO. 417 »RRMCH HT II SET:
per Du
per ewi
l.OO.fc 1
Hay.
Straw.
Oats.
Bran, double bushel
Cracked corn..
Middlings,double bushel .1*00
Coarse meal,
Corn on ear
Shelled corn
Ground corn and oats. 66
BUTTax.
DAILY BY I. H. FRANK A BON. 609
Print butter, per 16 wholesale.* .20 q
Print " " " retail.26 Q
Tub " " " wholesale. .20
• " retail.
Egg«, wholesale, per dexen
Eggs, retail, per «losen .
Chickens, alive wholesale.12|
Chickens, dresse,«! wholesale.. .12
Chlckons, alive, retail.
Chickens, dressed, retail.10
Cheese, wholesale, per pound
Cheese, retail, "
1
a
.... 60
I
80
POULTRY.
OORRROTMD
NO BT.
* .23
28
.23
-
30
.18
.20
26
.16
.14
.18
.
BMBV OORREOTBD DAILY BY WILLIAM OLAVBY
.18
SECOND STREET MARKET.
alrloin steaks per pounu.
Hump «teaks per pound.
Bound «teaks per pound.
Rib roast per pound...«.
Uhuck roast per pound.
Stewing pieces.
Bolling hits per pound.
Shins,.
Kidney fat,per pound.
Lamb chops, per pound.
Lamb roasts, per pound.
Mutton chops, per pound.
Mutton roasts, per pound.
Veal outlet«, per pound.
Veal roasts, per pound..
FORK
. .20 Q
.26
. .20
.16 •
.18
.20
.4
16
16
I
26
i
. .08
1
.10
I
■j»
21
. .16
■TC.. OORREOTBD DAILY BY B.
18
. DILI
STALL 9, BBOOND HTRBET MARKET.
wnolesaie retai
Smoked hams.
Shoulders.
Dried beef....
.bait Hitch.
Smoked bacon................ 14
Bologna sausag* ... iyu
. UT
14
I
11
U
12
.
LI
16
FISH,
Pike.
Kook Hsh, per pound " !
White Perch, per pound
u °,V5' P° r ponnd.
Halibut, per pound.
OatHsh. per pound.
Black fish....
«ÜB Hsh....
OORRBtmiD DAILY BY POWBLL. THIRD
It
. .16 G
• .Mg«
. .13 O
.20
•1 m
.16
.16
17
U
snajip
• .12
Market ood... .
Pickerel.. ..
Butter Hsh....',,.,.*.'
. .08
II
. .10
vbo XT a s;. as.
Potatees, per hair-pecg..
f JJ2 1,otAto *e« P®r half peck..
...
JJnffps, per half peck.
'tb 1 w 7, per bunch..
. .14
II
.8
.8
.8
LOVihlANA » TATIt LUVTKBV.
New OrlkaNp, August 1, »»».
In
ThU
dre.l
the
a
l»v
lb
TO THE PUBLIC
t
InvMUgsl* for Yourselv
9Po«tmaftU>r-<Jeii«ral Gre«ham ha»*u* imtilUrtHwl
* wilful anil malicious laUt-howl in regard to the
character of The Louisiana »Ute Loltery Com
paujr, the following facts
to pro\e his statemeut, that we
fraudulent business.
given to the public
engaged In a
be false and untrue :
Amount of prise* paid by the Louisiana »täte
Lottery Company from January 1,1870, to present
«Tate;
Paid to Houthe n Express Co., New
Orleans, T. M. Wescoat, Manager — f 1,386.300
aid to Louisiana National Ban*, Jos.
H. Oglesh ., Preside ... «63.««»
Paid to Louisiana »täte National Bank,
» H. Kennedy, President. 125,100
Paid to New Orleans National Bank,
A. Baldwin, Pre «Ment .
Paid to Union National Bank, ». Char
laron. Cashier.
Pain to Citizens' Bank, E. !.. Carrière,
President.:.
Paid to ennanla National Bank, Jule
Cassant. President.
Paid to Hibernia National Bank, ( has
Pa frey. Cashier.
P aid to Cana Bank. Ed. Toby. Cashier
aid to Mutual National Bauz, Joseph
Mitchell, ('ashler.
l>y
Pre
P
86,W> NQ
64 450
57,000
»>000
37,000
13,150
8,00
. 82,263,6«
Total paid as above.
aid In sums of under fl,UX>
various otBres of the Company
throughout the United »tales. 2,827,410
the
Total paid by all.
.84,881,08b
For the truth of the attove r actR we refer the
public to the officer» of the altove-namcd eorpor
atlona, and for
Mayor and Offlc
the »tale authorities of Louisiana, ami also to
U. ». Officials of Louisiana. We claim to In
legal, honesi and correct In all
standing Is e
tin
legality and standing
of the City of New Orleans,
transactions,
any business In the country. Our
•di d by all who will Investigate.,
stock has for ye
Board of Brokers, and owned by many of
best known and respected citizens.
sold at
il
M. A. DAUPHIN, President.
4VCAP1TAL PRIER, 876,000.-«»
Tickets, enlv 86.
»bares in proportlo
man
is
to
its
he
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
•'We do hereby certify that
arrangement* for all the Monthly and Reun
Annual Drawing* of The Louisiana »Ute Lotter
Company, andin person manage and control ill
Drawings themselves, and that the same are
duated with honesty, fairness, and in good laMJ
toward all parties, and
pany to
our signature* attached. In IU advertisements. ' '
supervise
authorize th#
this certificate, with far-aimh-K o
'■£7Zk
Uouimlseloncr*.
by the Leglsl«^
art table purposes •
capital of »1,000,000— to which » re
over »650.000 has since been added.
'erwhelmlng popular vote It* lranchlse
was made a part mt the present »täte (kmstHutio*.
adopted I>eeember2d, A.
The only Lottery t
by the peop c of any State.
It never scales or postpones.
IT» GRAND »INGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS
take place monthly.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
NINTH GRAND DRAWING.
Incorporated lu 1368 for 2» \<
lure for Educational and Cn
with a
fund of

and BBdOrSM
FORTUNE.
CLASH 1. AT Ni.W ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER llth, 1888.-I60th Monthly Draw
log.
ex
be
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH
FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS Iu PROPORTION.
. t 76,00.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE..
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
8,000 .
2,000.
1,000.
28,00.
. to, <n
. 12, UO.
. 10,00
... . 10, <»•
. 10,001
. 20, OW
. 30, (Ml
. 26,000
. 26.trir
2 Prize* of
6 Prize* of
10 Prize* of
20 Prise* of
100 Prize* of
300 Prizes of
600 Prizes of
1,000 Prise* of
by
200 .
60 '.
APPROXIMATION PRIZB8:
9 Approximation Prise* of 9700....
9 •• •• 800...
...88,760
... 4,8uo
2 260
la
pre
v
1,987 Prize*, »mounting to
Application for rate*
made to the office of thee«
For further Information write clearl , giving
. A «Id res* P. O. Money
club* should only be
nan v in New Orleans.
full add
Registered Lette
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
Express to
den
Ordinary le„te
by Mail «
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, fLa.
Or, M. A. DAUPHIV,
*T7 Seventh Ht., Washington, D. C.
DHVUii IHTS.
SEA SALT
(Made by Evaporating Hea Water.)
tyJust the thing for persons who cannot
get to the seashore but need the invigo
rating effects of salt water bathing.
PACKAGE».
BOXE» .
.26c.
«1 t*0c.
-FOR SALK BY—
Z. JAMES BELT,
—PH ARM AC 1ST
Cor. Sixth aud Market Streets.
WILMINGTON. DEL
EYE ULAN, I EN.
KSTABL1SÜE1 > 1783.
SPECTACLES
Superior len*e*;|and sk lllful work
manship combined,'have given
Spectacle* a NATIONAL .REPUTA
TION.
OPERA GLASSES !
TELESCOPES !
W. M. & J. C. M'Allister,
728 CHESTNUT ST.,
PHILADELPHIA.
HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE?
THE
ODOMETER
WILL TELL.
Thls;instrument Is no^larger than a
tells the exact number of mil« n «Irl
mile; count* up to 1,000 mile*;
saves
watch. It
to the
1-lOOLh part
water aud duet tight; always In order
horses from being
driven; Is easily attached
the Wheel <)f a Buggy, Carriage, Sulky,
Wagon, Road Cart, Bulky Plow, Reaper, Mower,
other vehicle. Invaluable
Liverymen.
Physicians, Farmers. Hurvey
, Draymen, ExpressmiMi, Mage Owner , Ac.
Price only 86.00 each, one-t bird the price of any
other Odometer. Win u onhTing give dlameler
of the wheel, »entity mall on receipt «»r price,
postpaid. Addres s,
McDONN KL ODOIIIETEK GO.,
2 North La t lalle »t., Chicago.
Pleas t
I)rl
*4T»end for (Jlroular.
FOOD rmtutmurAVirm.
$200 A YEAR
The
Beate,
In the Living Expenses of the
° r
Family
1 time
where
..rnv x MAUNUH, the llumliton Food tlon
s. II nrcervea Meat, Fleh, Milk, he
. .ml all kind, of Anlm.l Food fre.h I
week..even In the botteat weather. I , Rt
ThU can be proved by the uwtlmoulal. or hun- I placed
dre.l who havo tried It. Y ou can »rove It for h e
youraeir for fie eenta. Vou will do if that thl. I.
article whi h will save you a great deal of I ÇJ™"
atdf
waa
ol
erty
It will k«ep them fresh and sweet for many days 1
id dt*es not ropart the slightest f-reign last« io 1 J""
the article* treated. It Is so simple in operation
that a ehlld can follow the direr tlon., U .ibariu- I 0 f
■* aa wit. and eo.u only a fraction of a cent to
a POU d or moat, «»h, butter or ehre« r to a
quart of milk. ihl> 1» no humbug: ttl. encb.ri.ed I
l»v such men ss Prof. Hatn'l \V. John on of Yale I
College, hold by drufgUts and grocers, «ample .
pounds sent pre-pald oy mall or express (as we I ">e
prefer) on receipt of price. Na*ne your express I wan
offlee. Vlandlne brand for uie t; Ocean Msvr I n-u
lor fish and seafood; snow Flake for milk, butter I l "
«I cheese; Anti-Ferment, Anti-Fly ami Anti- I taut
Mul.l, 50e. per fb e.ch. Pearl or cream; Oueen I not
foregesand Aqua-Vltsi for fluid estracts, |l per .
lb each. 1 1
THK HUMihton FOOD FKK8KRVINU |
or
A
CAN BE SAVED
l>y the
Pre .
»live
andsw'eÄ
mow ' •
NQ SOURED MILK.
NO SPOiEKU MEAT.
NO STALK BOOS.
COMPANY,
72 Kilby Ht., Boston, Mass.
lng
VJLOTH Hit*.
GO ELSKWHERE
.., . ,
for your Clothing by all mean» If you think M.
do better, but if you regard your
own Internet come and eee what we can do I
for you, and It may Interet you
that owing to our small expenses we can anti u
do sell 20 per cent, less than up town eetab
lifthments. Now for a few Items. At J
you
STAR CLOTHING HALL
I
*5.00 will buy a good Working Suit, the
*6 50 for
1
' '
same that you would have to pay
at the up-town establishments. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
*8.00 will buy a neat Cassimere Suit, the
same that you would have to pay *10.00 for
at the up-town establishments. At
STAR CLOTHING HALL
*10.00 buys a fine Dress 8ult, the same that
you would hiive to pay *12.50 for at the up
town establishments. Our Clothing is well
made and well trimmed. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money relunded.

A
Star Clothing Hall, |
i2o MARKET STREET.
To Cash Buyers!
:
I
1 aw
.
I
,, I
all I
I
Clothing. Determined to close I
out our Spiing and Summer
stock, we offer inducements to
our patrons such as they can
' *
a 1.1 * Y
not get at any other establish
rn nf in this nitv
IU III 111 LUIS Lily.
. '
In our Merchant Tailoring I
Department we art? 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 fit.
New styles in light-weight
suitings constantly being re
ceived as fast as they come on
the market.
Our large stock of Boys' and
Children's Ready-made Cloth
ing has been reduced to a
price that must compel them
to move. Now is your chance
tor good goods at low prices at
We have inaugurated a j VI
reduction in
sweeping
classes of our Ready-made
!
John fl. Moore,
It
228-MARKET ST.-228
.«xihniyr
H. M'WHORTER «St CO. t
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* ln allfKlnd* of
AGRICULTURAL implements,
SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC.,
£TEAM ENGINES dt SEPARATORS.
E.
K 1 I WEST FRONT STREET. WIL.. DÄ.
4ecS0wAdw-tf
REPRINTED
FROMYESTERDA'
WAH NHl;
"* , 'HKhTK|).
Reference to h i tu.
»»an ratio» m Thl „ ••»«arney
The following article ;|i, f
Morning A,m* ol (o-rtay 'l M Vvfm"
Beate, the tailor .al| Ul lcd 3** 1 ,ra
hta • tat *ment: ' " Justlc
A well-known tailor who
thu cl 'y »««> hi* wife and ' b iE
time age removed to I,.,»».. ?
where he became one »1 Vh* % f
tlon Army leaden. Home J " "
he returned to thl. ?.o7 raolltl " >|
TV 1 ", 1 " ."'If city and renort
, Rt "la wile had died and o,„t L .
placed hie children In a ni l Kh„ i. .. u ' "
h e UK)k ,,, JJ' " [ u, '»e loatitu«
"I *-aat four'll «„J
ÇJ™" a P 08,lt ™ a* n journeyman tail.,.. '
Market atreet eatabllahnicut and ^ Ö' "
atdf aa a gay and feetlve widower TtaS
waa r [jolled laet evening by the »„1
ol Ida wife, whom he had abandon . R
erty in Lancaster." 1 n P°
reply to the above nuoted art , c | e „
Lancaster hi^wite làT* l ht* time 1
J""- ÄH J tr > '*'• wlfe *** Uborinv Utt
temporary Insanity, and through th* .7
0 f the Mayor of that eltv lie 1,1. ''
. "f P«Çed her ft
asylum and committed Ids oü.priny t,
I public Institution. K R 11
I jg, re ni« »q tiUiHtiim.* ... « 1
. " „ _P J 0 ,u ,' " renards bis |,
I ">e man has ope lily n piled that 'NK
I wan dead and my children wen i.. « K
I n-u _ . w ». v | , , 1,1 a ho
I l " e «jagou why I Mid i.iy w||, wa«
I taut 1 had some pride and that i
I not wlhli inv ac<malntaiiei-H !
. 3 ll.ei .é lo *3 kutl »U
1 1 wa * *° l KM,r -hut my wile was in I!, r..
asylum. Hn.-e I have been her» T
| never flirted with other women built
been true ro my wife, writing to her ft
or four times a week end IrequenUy«
A Story Told | u
th
I
llM I
lng her money."
There may be further d. vt lopuieutg in
case. 1 lie uiau boards at 4im; e hi>1 y ot
street.
A S«UHt«r'. Brotlier-lii.I.»« i u
Ei.kton, Mu., August 22.-A
, w»s is,ued to-day for the arrrst of Willi
M. Knight, SenatorGruoui's hiuiher-toJ
and a prominent politician of the Flm i
I tviet, on a charge of ai-raulting vit
,
u , uk<> the yaun(f man »; Iife Itg .
Mr. Knight had gone to the place tew
J by Broxon, where they wire pickiug
shlppiug peaches, and ordered iheni to
saying that they were too
not fit for niarke\
retu
green
This brought
I controversy between him and the Broi
I« which hard words were used ou I
side8, > oun K Br»*ou finally applied an
1 insulting epithet to .Mr. Knight, who«
to his house, proeurred his pistol, an<j
turning, drew it ui»on young Broxuo,
manUtng a retraction of the epithet. Bn
retracted, aud then drove to Elkton
swore out the warrant.
I MßERTAh i.A.x.
JOHNSON A BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakt
NO. ai)7 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DSL.
Téléphoné call, 12».
KBttlDKNCBR:
L. HARRY JOHNSON.
817 Jel»* r«
tepVT. BWf U-i*
G. T. BARS'H|
D«1 and Tain til
| —
PR OFKbHIOt
'L UAMbs.
JOHN C. COLE,
VOTARY PUBLIC, AND 1U8TICÏ0F1
PEACE
Marls Building, No. 101 9/«
hou* call. ----- •
81xt8 Itrs
: J. N.ÀJ.B. HOBENSACK,
I ThoMf* afflicted with theeff«>ct«nfSKLF-Al
1 aw \ MKRC'URiA LiZATION tliuull iwtfei
. j rnüiiUlt J. N. J J. B. HoBKNHACKof !
I W*ra<] street. PhUnrielphta, either bv lull
,, I person -luring tin h«.ur.or»». nU>2p.a
all I iU.3p. III.
I Advice frw. Whosoever should know U
iltlon and th way to improve it sh iu'-i ra
••WISDOM IN A NUT-SHULL"
Se«t on receipt of three-re
I -
to
..THK A,JON I KH OF BILIOUS C«U
thk uu,e-wuiiiaklk.fa.n«i»«kiii»
INDIGESTION, THK DKBIIJTt AND1
Y T4L STUPOR RESULTING KKOM a COS
habit; mayhkcektaim.vavoii«
KEOULATINO THK SYSTEM
AGREEABLE AND HEEHKMINb SI
HARD PREPARATION, TARRANT'S Ü
' ZKR APERIENT.
I druuoistb.
a j VI
PROCURABLE at
popular
$30,000 tor $2
MONTHLY DRAWING
I
I
I
»II»
»
in thecltvof LOUWVlLLfc,*-"
31st, 11
Friday, August
on th« last <lay of «»b "'ÄiTS«
the c«utrov«ray ot the .„„intnfariM
UfiunifH the sole boBO" of having In»"* Ij
onl^pVan Jv whlch their drawlM« * ri 1
honest and fair beyond que*tlou.
*. B.—Th. Oomp»nj j 1 " JjîJüî«
capital and reserve rund. B«aii c»
of prlres for the
AUGUST DRAWING'
1 Prize.
1 Prize.
Prize.
I'll/.
1,1X10 each •
6W' *' .
100 *' ..
W ** ..
20 " .
300 "
ÄI0 **
1 I
100 ••
200 "
1,000 *•
9 "
»
: «
y
1,090 P
WHOLE TICK™. V- HAl
" t 0 " e C
■ÜJuKSm iirder. order* otjfij* ^
■gg?» r S" S: "oabum A? •
^Fl'lt Lift
IT V. *1
\f 'COLLUM HOUSER maï
23d, 18 83,
D. llghtmiir loc*"' 1 *" ,mnrov»*" c " w "n
built. With all modern I I furnituI t!. T*
nlshed throughout with l0 *
modéra e. For particula^HpP ^qlLX*
proprl ptor *"
Open June
617-

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