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. i mi Maris Reynolds, a widow, was killed uürïnir thrown troin »wagon near rough ÎLï>»I<' N' f ' w York, on Saturday. ,,, I'nitrd States steamer Tennessee wfll 1 I p, irumouth, New Hampshire, to-day le *TT Y'i'rk She leaks badly, and will fllf iiclml lor repairs. Arthur attended sorvlce In the . ;. e ,relational Church at Newport, lilted Cot |„ tj,e afternoon he jTBtrrdsy August Belmont. I"" 1 '" ! .icamer Alliance Cum. r Unjust States St ' John der A V. Jurdsv nlghi, from Brunswick, on ^Saturday _ ^gh , rom Halibut. She re|>orts • !al» r Payne, district land agent of the Reading Coal and Iron Company, was , ,. iiv a gang of masked highwaymen ^" A ,hU,id Penna., on Saturday night " dUbed of »300. The boiler of an engine running saws at ,a tin,ad bridge in course of erection at r; v , ixiul.lana, burst last Saturday «Ine killing five men and Injuring live others, one latally. ,, A t*" Buzzard, leader of the Weleh Unmitain gaug of thleVes,who eecaped from .! snraïter County jldl last year While fvlng a sentence of 1 * years, was captured mterday near Epbrata. ' Monsignor Capel lectured In Baltimore .... evening to an audience "Including Zml.t r» ol all the different religious deno filiations," his subject being "Freedom of Thought snd Catholicism. The body of "Archie Banging to a tree between Laurel Std Lauriuburg, North Carolina, on Wed esday. He had been taken Irom jail „d lynched by a mob for an aaaault on a little girl. Thomas Johnson, a young Salem, Indiana, went to a fair Maud carelessly displayed his money. On J wa y home at night be was attacked, robbed and murdered. No arrests have been made. James Bryan, a sailor, wks killed Robert Bruce, a hôsUer.ln ode of the .tree s|Elytis,Ohio, on Friday ulght. Il ls sup medthe object was robbery. Bruce ad join,! the killing, but says tt was done Ip atlf-deleuse. • __ _ | The new comet seen by Prolessor Brooke, at Phelps, New York, "Is now demonstrated to be the long expected comet of 1«IB. It h visible In good telecopea of modéra» aper Eta Draconlfl, and will be visible Mn» : ■ B a Ni 0 Johnson Was fkrmer of laat Thure 1 z totbe naked eye before Christmas. The rMjrual Service predicted frost through out the Northern States dn Frida* at »« 1 Saturday nights. At midnight on Friday the Aflsoclited Prcwe in Chicago had re teivnl n'jMirts from all the principal pointa threatened, hut none of them indicated !• The ( UKtoms Division of the Treasury Drpartiui-ut tlcciiles that hemlock hark la oot iluiLhlr under the provlalous of the Tirff law tlxlu» a rate of duty for "extract of hemlock und other bark used for Un lit.'," tut I» tree of duty under a provision is the free list. Uoued by eating Wetherft All but 13 of tiiw men field, Connecticut, were able to resume work 00 Saturday morning. Tbe prison pUysi din aajs tl»e symptoms Indicated copper [foliouiug. Only one of the sick men Is in a diogprous condition. Xear Big Creek, in the Indiana Territory, m Wednesday night, a posse In search of bone thieves rode to a camp of four hunters ptalled ou them to surrender. The hun kfln fide J,ana two of them, named Sadler hod Gray, were killed. The others then ■ol.itii) the posse plundered the camp. 1 Tbehrig Proteus arrived at Portland,Me., jjatfrday, from Cape dc Verde, having on Itcard the remains of Lieutenant Com lusi r Wheeler. He died at sea in March, 111 * '.while executive officer of the Alaska, twkai* buried at Gaboon, on the W«st tout of Africa. Uls remains will be sen! IteDivton, Ohio. I The police of Cleveland, Ohio, were In nmD«*l mi Saturday that the post office at tiMiion dry, had beeD robbed, and a pos ■I order b<M>k containing 500 orders, with Kkodieial stamp, taken. A number of the kiiru orders, with the postmaster's name ir^d u|K)ii them, were presented at the fceveland olllce on Saturday, and refused. VThe\ had Jeen sold to citizens on the street , each being for $4.90. The sessions of the Roman Catholic Ec fciistlcal Council of New York were opened hkrlay in the Cathedral lu New York üy- cardinal McCloskey presided, and b» were present Archbishop Corrigan, IrctiMHiop Williams, of Boston; Bishops VFarrei of Trenton; Wigger of Newark; KcNu-my of Albany: Wadbams, of Ogdens iurg; Loughlin, of Brooklyn; Conroy, of Ubaiiy;aud Uyan of Buffalo, besides the ol the Council and a vast cou wrN* of clergy und laity. While ■ •at in the State Prison at 5»young aud Amboy passenger Mi ua> running at high speed past Packer land. New Jersey, on Friday, the connect k r<jd broke just an the'fireman was going Hit i ü the foot hoard to remove some flags, tie bleepers for a quarter of a mile w#re up and the left side of the engine was Tutu ilauiaged. Tbe bolt that fastened k brace of the loot board to the boiler was oth out, causing steam and water to es *pe, aud the fireman and engineer were tt-Jtd. though not dangerously. The postmaster at New Orleans has noti wlthe Post, Office Department in Washing "that lie lia* been ordered by a State wurt tu deliver mail matter addressed to ^N< w Orleans National Bank, intended w the Louisiana Lottery Companv.'f aud F W asked lor instructions as to what he do. He has been directed to obey the until it shall be reversed or modified N to consult with the United States Dis Wct Attorney at. New Orleans. Tbe latter hue been directed to remove tbe case P® th <* , *tkte Court to tbe Federal Court FM to move at once for a dissolution of the PJooction. E Baton 1 • mou were ktlled by the fall of a in the Woodward shaft, l ,Kri(.n, IVnHA., on Sstnrday ■ 41 j . 8 *iM»re than 500 feet deep, ana i i or water at the bottom. Six men - rkin^f «U the platform, about 80 feet from bottom, ami while the woodwork above iH-iiur removed a heavy piece of timber upon the platform, knocking It to tho j, . ot nhaft. Two of the mèn of some woodwork on the side e '»alt auil held on until recovered,hut • others were killed, The victime were Mn? llu KK» Thomas Davis, Edward /| P® and Isaac Bevan. ''t National Liberal Congress in session n* , < ,n Saturday adopted reeolu Bctiho C a ^ nir a K ttln8t "State rights con thel'ni », D8t the inseparable totality of trimin!? n i, ,or "oolforlaity of the civil and fit» m Courts throughout the United n«ani t ° r " e< i u ality of citizens without ofth„ P? "** <)r creed;" for the abolish me nf tt,ld the substitution of an Council therefor; against "ao Kth«.£f eranoe ( not prohibition) laws;" 'mv b h m ! iUo11 of Sun day as the legal «fall "O'ding elections; for the abolition monopoUes; for "public control" of tion I, aiU * ^«Krepl»; f°r national legis ht re K u Jrie the hours of labor, the . 0,1 among laborers and the «ûhj ov , ' °* employers for accidents to 1 , nü î CÄU9ed f>y the fault of the public i H n?i a 8 ° for the discontinuance of la »d graute. I tust,,,,,,',* l , il f dozen Swift's Specific for ■blown .* 10 Ba ? 8 It Is the best medicine •»rtt , »,„1 ,I< ' testifies to 1 U rare J m «pon having more. I • Usndkicks, FaycttexUle, Ala. Florida Water. » r '*S# 8 t R«.™ , tle * 801(1 by Danfortb, »PecUlt^ aÄndMark ©titreeta. Truases I'tMUMI H.llgton. The world demanda religion that men can ness with them, a religion that keep* "from e»ll ' while following the plow, at work In the harvest field, behind the counter, In the counting room, at home among Mends, abroad among strangers, through the week, Sunday, and In every relation ol life. people are becoming more disgusted every d »y with a religion that can be put on or off «» will, like an elegant garment too nice to *>• worn except tin ml ays or occasions wheu " '■ necessary to make a K ° 0<1 ,m P r **» , on In order to away a R re » ter Influence for the promotion of eeldsh True religion does not consist In loug faces and aeotlmeutal sighs, a Sunday help and a week hindrance; but It Is a real a practical religion, ft take into their busl practical delight, producing smiles, not frowns, pleasure, not pain, a higher appre clatlou of life and tie responsibilities, aud not the Impression that life Is only a bore, and tbe more we appear bored by it the better Christians we appear to the world. Not sentiment, sighs and worda, but faith, love aud good works, make us a bleating to man and a fit subject for heaven. A POLICEMAN'S DUTY. Policeman Ed. K. Hxath, 20 North Street, Portland, Me., May 11,1888, writer. "1 have been troubled for a good many yean with inflammation ol the bladder, dating a* far back an darlag the time 1 wan in the army. 1 fluttered with dull, heavy pain« In the baek and kidney a too intense for me to describe,and tried several remedies that were recommended, and was examined by prononnoed it inflammation of the bladder; and i went to the hospital for treatment, bat all mad feine and treatment had seemed to fall. 1 was reoommaaded to try Hunt's Remedy, as It of oar best physicians,who had baan oaad ln aavaral auch oases hara In Portland and vicinity. I purchased a bottle at flmtth 's drug store here, and found after usine the first bottle that it relieved me greatly, and after using several bottles found that it did me more good than all other mediolnes and treat ment I have received combined. And to add to my good opinion of Hunt's Remedy, 1 beg to state In closing that my wife has been fora long time troubled with weakness and inflammation •fthe bladder, with a complication of other diseases peculiar to women. After using only two bottles she has been oonpletely cured ; aud 1 can say that u.y wife Is loud In praise of this wonderful medicine, and X would highly re mead It to all who are Nttriog from kid ney disease* or diseases of the bladder." Poktlahd, Mb , May 11, 1888. t hereby certify that 1 know the foots of the slokoess of Mrs. E K. Heath,and that they are correctly stated In the foregoing oertlfcate, nun her cure was accomplished by the use of Hunt'* A. W. Smith,D ruggist, Cor. Portland and Green Streets. Remedy. NO MATERIAL CHANGE. This Is to certify that 1 have used Hunt's Remedy for the kiduejr complaint, and derived mfloh benefit from its use. 1 have been afflicted about one year, and re celved treatment from thé local pbyslolans.and used a mi tuber of so-called specifies without any miitertal kelp. I am buppy to say, after using three bottles of Runt's Remedy, I was completel^ cured. I never foil to commend It, and you are at liberty to use my name In any manner you may JOHM W. JOHNHTON, desire. Norwich, Cowv., May 7, 1888. me uoctor'g Niistaire. One of the old mistakes of the profession was to. think that there were no other ways of curing* dis ease except those which had been handed down from former times.% It is not to be denied that the Doctors have done great things for the world. But when it comes right down to the real curing of disease, it must be admitted that Brown's Iron Bitters has done enough to arn the generous gratitude of this whole present generation, including the medical profession. There art no mysteries or secrets about the compounding of Brown's Iron Bit ters. This preparation of iron is thi only preparation which will not in jure teetn or stomach. In this it is beyond comparison better than the other preparations, which are mis chievous and injurious. v -You need not fear a mistake in trying Brown's Iron Bitters. You* has it. It gives vigor to , and new hie to the dys peptic. Children take it, not only with safety, but with great advan tage. dru Rgist feeble the « DYSentery ,/lMER c o w n MMMT There is no time to be lost when those we love are taken with these terrible disease*. The beauty of PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER 1 » that it «u *o promptly, surely and efficiently. Don't be without Pain Killer! R*v* it ready for instant use 1 Keep it with you at home - ] or abroad I ALL THE DRU6QI8T8 SELL IT Trunk* and Traveling Bags ! J. A CONNER, B".ll»ble Hflraui 0*4 Tfuot Moauloctnrur, lio. removed to his new store. NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET, where you will fln^ the largest assoriuwnt ot **"—ness, Trunks, Bags, «te m Vhe^tty./Ladie" gentlemen's pocketbooksandTadtes "hopping "soldat r«!*sÄkble price*. Çr^mptattenti ' IJHK RIVERVIEW ACADEMY, DELAWARE CITY DEL. A boarding and day school for both sexes. MONDAY, NBPT. 17, 1888. Price for Opens board and tuition i PB0 per annum. "o extras. Nothing füriUshed by pupils. Bend for circular G G. ALEXANDER à OO., Delaware UW. DM. to VLOTHINB 'i ■**L' ! Ml In Fall Overcoats we think we ten please you. eoftdipnt it large and dur prices low. Our as A. ft YATES <fc CO., -LEDGER BUILDING— - ' ( Chestnut and Sixth Streets, PHILADELPHIA. LIUVOK V KALIUM. —■—r~~*—i—■-— --—-— ^NTON HENZE, 1 U KING STREET. FINEST BRANDS OF WINES. 3AI.A, MIHM1LMERK, ETC. Also a Une line of LIQUORS, brands of Havana aud KEY w A t& gjbïSL POTH'8 CELEBRATED BEER, Always on hand. If you want a glass of beer A. JOHN P. DONAHOEj OF— AND BOLE AOENT OF WILLIAM MAJMEI A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA Ale, Porter aud Brown Stout, —ALSO— .cbrstctl Bartholomay K*»c u stcr fkcbrewings arc unequalled for purity Haver; constantly on hand lokegs bottled. Mlncial waters In all the diffennt flavors. Beer. anti e Ce t,i7 AND 5.9 ORANGE STREET, WlLMINfjrON, DEL. MF* Polite and accommodating drivers. Orders oy mail promptly attended to. He Is also connec- ted with the Telephone --«a Exchange, and his signal myl-18 ^RANGE GROVE PURE RYE WHISKY. —IK VACT« THBPURKBT, BICHE8T AND BKttT BYE WHIHKY EXTANT. By the gmlton or bottle. JAMES A. KELLY ? U*MbMi4k «.mUM— ■ - A 1 Rich on. delicto tu flavor, • * bw * al * 1 T > , 4 rtrT W. n d«, A reliable stimulant 8 . W. COB, TENTH AJ9D ORAjîJGE e tonic. 8 T 8 . iy-25 THE BEST GLASS 1 -or LAGER BEER! —IN THB CITY, ALSO POBTER AND ALE ON DRAFT, AT K. P. FREYE'S, NO. It EAST SECOND 8TH4CET. jya-tni gPECHT & SPAHN Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery —AKD— BOWLING B 8 TABLISHMBNT, COEN EH FIFTH AND Dü PONT STKKETB, -TT) %&ÄÖ$BTON, DELAWARE«, MM^Ordem W tnall promptly filled« Families supplied with bottled beer; pint bottles Ao cents a dozen. A share oXyour patronage is respectfully solic ited. |e!2-l-i7 GRAND UNION HOTEL, [Kuropettn Plan] and Restaurant, ÜFCOU1TK THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT, Wilmington, Delaware. This hotel 1* a new building, entirely newly il/ *E BOLjD ÏNâTORE AND IN Ü. 8 - W VarEHOÜBE» pure fj'oa the following celebrated A. Overkolt A Co., Jauunijr_ 1879 and June 1880. 187» and June 1880. HanuisDiznlllagCo., August 1879. Sherwood;' November 1879 and June 1880. Neverafnk (Heading. Pa., ) February, 1880. ML Vernon, May, lfilpo. The above fu.jds will be sold either in bond or the lowest market rates. Samples at thto store. tax paid at m«r >» flfl* n *' NO. is MARKET UTKKET. mr*-» SEIDEN BERG'S CIGARS! AT wholesale bates. Chas. J. H. Beckett, 108 WEST SEVENTH STREET. «yao-iatr F RANCI» BELLY AC«# 9 Bid »AKABAKKK 6 MMOWtf. 599,144 HUMAN IMPORTS. During the year ending try 599,114 immigrants. T June 30 there came to this coun he previous year there were many more. These most valuable imports come duty free. We might well afford a bounty on them. They bring money, they produce, they consume. Coming to better themselves they help all the rest of us. Facts like this choke croakers. The breezy trade at Oak Hall is inspiring. People are appreciating the great stock ol splendid Clothing for Men and Boys and the popular prices. It is needless to specify details, a sentence tells it all— The Completest Clothing House in America. WANAMAKER & BROWN, Oak Hall, S. £. Corner Sixth and Market. ' IfttillT fl!'» T II*> 11 !!A •fl HBW AUVKHT1HKMENTH. WAY'S SWIFT SURE OINTMENT (lures Pile«, itching blind and bleeding;,barber's Itch. Tetter, Halt Rheum, Ringworms, Ulcers, ( hllhlaln«, Pimple*, all B*ln Diseases. The beat Ointment In the world. The people te be the Judge. All druggist*sell It. fe- ents. Wholo salehy JuHNHTON, HOLLOWAY A CO., «eplB-ait-dftw Philadelphia, Pa. PURE I N D I A TEAS! Absolutely pure. They contain or exhausted leaves. No< hemU-ala or Coloring Matter used in their Preparation. Very valuable for mixing with Weaker and ( lieaper China Teas. They contain a very high percentage of Extract, They are cultivated and prepared under the su pervhdou of Foreigners, upon the mont approved scientific method«. The leaf Is manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity of appearance throughout entire pluck!ngs. They retain their valuable uualltles for au un usual I. ugth of time. JOHN C. PHTLLIP8 A OO . la» water stroei,New York. Agentsofthe CaU Blta Tea Hvndlcate. spurious PATENTS F. A. l.ehmaun, Solicitor of American a:<(1 Foreign Patent«, Waslitngtou, D. C. All connected with Patents, whether hero Patent Office the Conrts, promptly No< barg** made unies« a patent Is secured. a28-tf attl Bfl( » Bend for circular. I A\ T H CLAIMS A SPECIALTA, LAi4 1/ A WARRANTS, ADDITIONAL. HOMEbTEAD CKKTIFiCATES of LAN I> «CHIP bought an<I «old. Large dto and H IUHF.ST PRli EH Paid, Do you want .i. sell or buy? D so, write to A. A. THOM A Attorney-at-Law. Washington, D. C. and all kii PFNUn M G For wound, disease or other r JUTi r>l\J n O disability. Widows, minor children and dependent parents entitled when death resulted. Claims reopened, restoration, increases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob tained. Apply at once, delay prejudices your rights. Fees fixed by law. Address, with stamp, the old established firm of EDSON A CO , Attorneys and Claim Agents, 917 F. St., Washington, D. C. jyfl P À TFNTQ ANDERSON * SMITH, rA1 ^ 1 ^'Solicitor of U.S. and Foreign Patents, No. 700 Seventh street, cor. O, opp. u. S. Patent Office, Wa hlngton, D. C. Conn s ondence solicited. No charge for advice. No ic charged unless patent is allowed. Releren<-es Lewis Johnson A Co., Bankers and Postmaster, Washington, D. C, Pamphlet of lnatrnctions free. E AGENTS Attention. » M KTKOK ALA KM CLOCK, with Lumi nous Composition Face. Time seen die NOTHING SEJLLÖ SO a month easily made. Send nple, or 3-cent stamp for full partie WES A FK1SH1E,General Agents, Waterbary, Conn tlnctly at night. RAPIDLY. #2.50 for alars.CLO !anl8-l-14 Cheeks In 6 hours CUKES in8 DaYS J. P. Miller, M. D 4 -DRUG 8 TORE 15 N.Utb sLlÿklla 48 FORMEN 8JONSTOALL « Wfc*«dbabledby wound* of disease, rot to«, pile*, durthoea. rupture his* ■ of. I di» POSITIVE CURE Only Two Bottles. FOR ! 1 twenty years I asuflkm during the summer month« with Hay Fever. I procured a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm and was cured be fore the first bottle was used. Have had no return of the complaint. Char Parkkh, Waverly, N. Y. CATARR Fl CCY'8. itARRH COLDflJp.fi 1 ii '*1 One aud^ -^._ bottles of Ely's ('ream Balm en tirely cured me ot Hay Fever of ten standing, no trace of It for two years. alhkki* a. Perry, Smlthboro, N. Y. -half 'eä&yZ' ■ HAY-FEVER APPLY by the little finger into the nostrils. By absorption It ef fectually cleanses the nasal passages c atarrhal virus, causing healthy secretions. It allays Inflammation, protects Hie membrana llnlngs of the head from additional colds, com pletely heals the sores and restores the sense of taste and smell Beneficial results are realized by a f w applications. A thorough treatment will cure, unequaled for colds In head. Agree •- Bend lor circular. Bold by druggists. By mall fiOc. a iiackair*—stamps. ELY'S CREAM BALM OO.. Oflwwro. N. Y. ..! abli ol DOAYS'TBIAI. * DR. ♦ HZ* k dye 3 VBEX& BE—AND — AFT tell to or ors, of *V 1 Electric AppKasce# ar. sent on 30 Dfljft' Trial. TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD, sulfering from Nsnvous Dbbiutt, Lost Vitauty, Lack or Nkbvii Foskh amp , Wasting Wkaknkssks. and all those diw Natobb resulting from Abbsbs and 8»>eedy relief and complet« resto ration or iiKAi/m,viGOBand ManhoodGoauantekd. The gTand«*st discovery of the Nineteenth Century. Hand at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address W of n i'KUsOHai. OT1IBB OAI'SKR. YBtTAH MU «0.. W<H. HTKAMUHli- LINKH. NCHGK UNE. - -It— rniT io M'ltv-iO MSB uwrnwi jlTATgS KAIL jtTAAkMHÉéu > ! «»U r*o» N«w Torfc evurr '! Saturday for A GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY, Uâttla jpaasata 1 Wo to |fcC 1 Leçon/ cabin, #40. Steerage, outward, #28, Prepaid, #21. L1V ?W? Ü f if; ,, WV.CK, "!!* ?®pt. 2». Nov. 8, Dec. is FURNE8S1A sails Oct. 18. Nov. 17, Dec. 21 CITY OF ROME safle Oct. », Dec. I. i iirrj îir»oiîffKpF> iff Cabin passage #80 to fiod according to accommo dfltlons. BeconU Cabin and Steerage ss above^ Anchor Lilie Drafts issued at lowest raU*» art' For Passage. Cabin Plans. Book of Tours, H,Ei V MKR !ri7K, '' ;UANT ft W1I.MTNGTON. ! , ;i i-trÄ ■;;; eluded, from Fourth street wharf at 6.40 a. m..: returning leave* 1'htladelphla at 4.15 p. m., from second whkrf below Clie^ùiut street. Boat can chaffered ;t< r meonllrfht excursions: «t low _Freight received all dâ* at Philadelphia. II » Fo Cb n ■ u .r,- j MtKmUT LINK». pOR PHILADELPHIA. WARNER'S Philadelphia and Wilmington Propellers Ball dally from Market street wharf, Wilming ton, and flrst wh^rf below Cbeetuut atreet, Philadelphia, at < p. m. FREIGHT CARRIED » low u by .nyother llne,»nd cwefully h.ndled eTMXÂÂWSîwÂ'ïr Chas. Warper & Co. : Only office in the city connected with Telephone Exchange by two wires, two transmitters and Ins- 1 To -» tf two LJ pOR NEW YORK. Electricliiië SteamirsT^îêt Vesper and,Aniiie iiuri ujicnol lO -SAIL FROM 4 K1 S I Monday, Wednesday I Fridays, 4 p. m. lifting Jli r 007 #ra Freight carrlted as low 4* by any "other nne ew York and EAstem cities. m»-tf g. AN 1MREW8. Aèrent. 1 Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, '4 p, r;. - otto as. Specific Ca. !</( I:av. ;iu( Ga One ventleman who has be^n confined to hid be*1 six weeks with Mercurial Rheumat been cured entirely, and speaks in the highest praise of 8. ». S. CHILES A BERRY, ) h iriiliii'il tiTyr' ^ A negro was cured of a violent n*«»* r tlsm by 8. 8. 8. have died. ■ . ofRhcuma Wlthout the remedy he would W. B. SMITH, M. I)., Tumbling Shoals, 8. C. Swift',Specific cured me of Mercurial Rheu matism after I hud tried everything. C. R. OU INN, Hot Springs. Ark. j <fei non wlLL BK patd T ° any Chemist who will find, on analyst» 100 bottle* of 8. 8. 8. one particle of mercury. Iodide potassium or any poisonous substance. THE 8WIFT SPECIFIC OO , Drawers, Atlanta, Ga. 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THE GOING VETERINARY REMEDIES ! —by— WILLIAMS These remedies have a world-renowned reputation, and if onee given a trial will quickly prove their superior qualities. PRICE LIST : A GENERAL CONDITION POWD1B, - - - 50 CENTS FOR WORMS, PEK PACKAGE . . . 50 CENTS FOR FISTULA, 8 PRAXNS, TENDER CORN 8 , AND GEN- ' ERAL UNIMENT, PER BOTTLE - '- . 50 CENTS FOR SPRAINS BELOW JOINT, CURBS AND SPLINTS. 50 CENTS FOR WOUNDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION - . ' 50 CENTO: FOR THRU 8 H - 05 cvVTS FOR EYE WATER - - - - 25 CFNTS FOR WARTS.• 25 CENTS FOR GREA 8 E AND SCRATCHES - . . 25 CENTS FORCOUC - . 25 CENTS' The above remedies are in use by the leading horsemen in the country, and as they are simple and safe any person may admin ister them to his horse and save a large doc tor's fee. They will do all they are recom mended to if the directions are followed and they are kept constantly on hand. GENERAL CONDITION POWDER. This may be used as the very best treat ment in Epizootic,Distemper, Swollen Glands and should be administered especially after a hard drive to prevent the animal from being feverish. It is indispensable in colds and coughs. J WORM POWDER. This is the only sure remedy ever used for those anoying pests. If the unirnal is so troubled they will be expelled in a very short time after the first administration, leaving the horse in excellent condition and the hair a lively color. FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS, Tender Cords and a general Liniment. This is the best liniment in the world, and is used by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to any other. - 1 r 1 ( 1 FOR SPAY X ÜST below the joint. A horse spavin can be re moved and the hair restored in..six weeks. A bog spavin can not be remöfM, the only relief to the animal is to give him a high heeled shoe. Wounds of every description can be healed by these remedies. FOR THRUSH. By following the directions the lame horse can be relieved in three days, ready for use, and by attending to his feet twice week and giving him a dry stall he will never be troubled again. FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES. This is now the only safe and sure remedy If the disease involves the entire leg it will make a perfect cure, and will remove any skin disease on any part of the body. a in use. FOR COLIC. This remedy is so convenient that the horse can be relieved without even taking him from the carriage if it be wind colic. If flatulent keep the horse quiet and in addition to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespoonfuls of scalded flour and starch with 2 ounces of laudanum every 2 hours for 4 or 6 hours^and if there are no other complications no horse need ever die with colic under this treatment. -FOR SALE AT THE NIGHT PHARMACY, 402 MARKET ST. WITAflNGTON, DF.T.AWARE.