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REPRINTED FROM SATURDAY
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The following la » list of Petit Juron
draw* for the October fora of the United
State Circuit Court for the diet riet of Dela
ware. by Henry R. DuPont, United State«
Jury CommlMioner, and S. Rodmond Smith
Clerk of the court, which meet« on the third
Tuesday, ISth of «»etoberi
new taevisB.
Wilmington—E. Elton Buck, E. Tataall
Warner, Bernard P. Haeeon, Ü dward Farmer,
J. Davis Sisler, William Lungrren, J. Paul
Brown, John Green, S&ittifeBl N. Cooling,
Samuel Johnson.
New Castle—Robert C. Gordon.
8t. George's—Jonathan W. Leatherberry.
Blackbird—Eniiiaa Eunis.
P
KENT COUNTT.
Duck Creek—George H. Raymond, E. M.
Fowler, Walter O. Hoffecker.
MiHord—Key near William».
Miapilliou—Henry C. Walcott.
South Murderkill—William Townaend.
East Dover—WUllam P. Godwin, Thoœa*
W. Wilson.
Little Creek—Charle* 8. Clement*.
SUBSEX OOUITTT.
Baltimore—Jo.^eph G. MeNeal, E. C.
Dukes, Herbeson Hickman, Joshua C.
'iownsend, William H. Hurdle.
Seaford—William E Rogers.
Litt'e Creek—Samuel Bacon.
Dagsboro—John B. Howaid, John R.
Cordrey, Joshua Phillips.
BroadklU—Peter J. Hart,Leven Salsbury
Nunticoke—William B.Webb, William H.
Stevens.
Hamilton's Goudltion.
Lewis H. Hamilton, the young man who
Wednesday
was shot during the riot
evening last, is still in a precarious coudi
tion. The physician in attendance while ex
pressing a belief that his patient will recover
states that the danger from inflammation is
by no means past and may cause very seri
ous trouble yet.
p.
The attendance at the Oxford fair yester
day was estimated at 12,U00 people. Thirteen
car loads of excursionists passed northward
on the Baltimore Central Railroad. The
evening train
which connects with it at Chadds Ford, was
an hour late iu reaching this city.
W ora Glv«u out.
On receipt of your address we will make
an offer by which you can earn to f7
evenings, at your home. Men, Won ei.,
Boys or Girls can do It. H. C. Wilklnsor
& Co., 19A and 197 Fulton street, New
York
the W. & N. Railroad
KegkiMwred Nuraoa.
Registrar Fraxer reports six nurses regis
tered; five femalts and one male, all white.
Two have already beeu engaged. A num
ber of applications for registration have also
been made during the past week.
A (Mourned.
The Court of Chancery and Orphans'
Court adjourned to-day, the Orphans* Court
to meet on Monday next and Chancery on
Thursday next.
PERSONAL.
The Rev. T. Gardner Littcll, pastor of St.
John's Episcopal Church, will represent
the Episcopal churches of this city at the
Episcopal Convention in Philadelphia,which
meet in that city
Wednesday next.
TUE KA1LKOADS
A Local Time Table With the Latest
Correction
1'RAINS LEAVE W1LMINOTON FUR
PHIL A,—2.U0*, 2.23*, 4.30, 8.40, 7.00, 7.50, 8.10f
8.16 0.00.9.39,9.68, 10.20, 10.30,11.63 a. in . 12. out .
m. 12.16, 12.38, 1
638*, 6-66,7.26,7.30*,
Nmw York— 2.00*, 2.23*, 6.80,9.68, 11.58 a.
2.38, 1.64, 5.17*, 6.88*, 7.26 p. in.
.64, 2.8U, 4.00, 6.17«, 6.80f .
9.66* p. m.
RaLTIMORK—1.06*, 1.42*, 4,61*,8.06*, 9.17*, a.
OX. 12.27, 1.00, 1.0», 6.00, 4.00, 6.67, 11.04* p. m.
WaBHiiievroR—1.42*, 4.61*, 8.06*, 9.17* a. m.
1.00, 1.0», 6.00,6.67,11.04* p. m.
KaLTIMORH AMD lMTHRUKDIATB .STATION«—
1.06», 9,17* a* m. 1.00. 6.00, 8.00p. m.
*Trains running both daily and Sunday.
tTrains running only on Sunday.
dhlawark Railroad— 6.0O*,9.1Of a,m. l.06f
8.00*, 4.00},6.26t p. du. No Sunday tiains.
•For New Castle only.
fFor Harrington and intermediate stations.
t Express for Delmar.
WiLMiMOTOH Nobthrrw Railroad— 7 00 a. IT.
1 06, 6.02, 6.16 p. m. Sundays, 7.00 a. m, and
8.10p. m.
blLAWAM WK8THRV RAILROAD—7.06 1.30
a. m. 6.30 p. m. San day trains 10.30, a.m
9.00 p.m.
TRAINS AKKIVLat WILMINGTON FROM
PHILA—12.46.1.00,1.32*, 4.47*, 7.46. 8.02*. 9.11
f046. 10.10+ 11.36 a. m..2 12.60, 107, 2.22. 2.30
.60, 3.66, 4.30, 4.66, 6.86, 6.63, 6.20. 6.48, 7.36,7.60f,
9.60, 10.38. 10.68 p. m.
N*w York— 1.32*, 4.47*, 8.02f, 9.12 a. m. 12.60
6.07, 4.66,6.48«, 10.68 p.m.
HALTIMOR*—1 61*, 2.13*, 9.84, 9.64,11.43 a. m
19.36, 1.61, 6.11*, 6.30*, 7.24, 9.49* p. m.
Wabbimotoh— 1.61*, 2.18, 11.43 a. m. 12.36,
t.61, 6.11* ,6.30*, 7.24. 9.49 p. m.
«y and Sunuay.
* GOtL •
t On Sunday only.
Dklawari Railroad-- 8.60 9.60, 10.16 a. m
2.06, 6.06*. 6.60 p. m. No Sunday trains.
* From New Castle only.
WlLMINOTOWA NORTHBRW RaILROAD—6.62
8.40, 11.36 a. m. 6.42 p.m. Sunday, 10 30 and
7.00 p. m.
Dblawarb Wkstbrb Railroad— 8.00 a. m,
14 p.m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. m, 6.40 p.m.
IKAiNb. LEAVE F Ott WILMINGTUN
PHtUAi'ftLeuiA N«w Hroad Stkhut Dkrtrr
12.30*,3.56*. rt.30. 7.20*,8.00, 8.21.8.36t , 10.16.11.30.
11.60 a m. 12.26, 1.32f, 3.16 4.02, 4.25,
6.06, 6.20,5.66, 6.06t. 8.86, 8.30*, 9.30, 10.00. 1L32
Nsw CA0TLM— 8.38, 9.36, 10.02, 11.48 ft. m.
.40, 6.36 p. m.
l rams running both dally and Sunday,
tTrain* running only
Sunday.
Attain will leave Wilmington for Newark
returning leave
. m. lor Wilmington and way
IT»® Black figure« denote the Limited
■.spree* Train*.
and way
Newark
stations.
I ;
OtK BAIL».
Their Arrival a^d {Departure, Taking
fcffect July 1st, 1883.
The Post Office in this dity will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.30 a. in. to 9 p.m. Pri
vate boxes are accessible until 11 p.
Sundays open from 8.3f» to 9 3U a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. rn. The whole
sale stamp window will close at 6.30 p
der office will close at 6 p. m.
foliÂjws :
The
money
MAILS CLOHR
BOBTBL.
Wilmington A Normern Railroad to Reading
!.. and pointe on the Baltimore and Central
Chadd'
Ps
s Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia closed pou -h, 8.3U a. m.
d waymaii, 9 a. m.
.sylvania aud points east and
south of
Phtladelphia
New York, P
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenburg
10 a. m.
Philadelphia, New Y<>rk city.
Philadelphia^ New Y'ork and all points east
Philadelphia', New York ana all points east
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York cities closed
pouches, 9.36 p. at
Pennsylvania
P.oo«ylv»itl» *«n of Utnoufor, and all
point* VNt and aonthweM t».34 p. m.
All pointa north, eaat, weat and aonthwant, 1
P Ali Iduialana la aent weat ezoept New Ortaana
whteh la aent aouth on through luatla.
Baltimore and way mall, t.40 a. m.
Washington and all point* south, 7 40 a. m.
AM points oa the Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
Bupplitnentary mail for the Pentm ula, Bam.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south,
12*80 p.m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton and
Havre de Grace. 12.»' p. m
Points on HnlttmoreOentrol, bei ween Port De
posit, and Chadd's Ford, Lg.30p.ui.
Baltimore and Bay Une steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peniusuln north ol Harrington, including
Delaware City and St. Oeorgex, 6.60 p m.
Baltimore, closed pouch. 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and ail poinu south
U p. m
MAIL* AHKIVB AMU HXADY VOR DXLIVXKY.
From Wilmington fc Northern Railroad 4.80
P F*>m New York, Philadelphia, Waahlagton
and all other points, e 80 p. m.
Prom Philadelphia. New York and pointa
north, east and west, 8 30 a. m.
From way mail from Philadelphia, 8.80 a.m.
From Peninsula aud all north ol Harrington
9.18 a. m.
Prom Baltimore and way mall, 9.60
From Baltimore, 12.80 ». m
From Peninsula mail, 12.80 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 1.20 p. tn.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. in.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p, m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 5.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington aud points
south and southwest, 6.40 p. m.
Carriers diltverles as follows : 6.») a.m . gen
oral ; 10.10 a. tu., partial ; i.ao p. in., general ;
4.00 p. m., partial.
Collections from street boxes
made by the
carriers at 6.80 and 10 a. in., I.ao and 4 pm.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
L m. from all boxes between Jefferson and
mbard and Water and Thirteenth streets
inclusive. Un Sunday a full collection will be
made at 6.00 p.m. Local letters for carriers
delivery should be deposited in Post Office ten
minutes before the hour of delivery
W Y SW'ltKlET. Postmaster.
Df. a i us.
CHANDLER.—September 20. 1IW8, Ellen M.
Chandler, wld w of the late David Chandler, in
the 81 at year of her age.
Relativ* b and friend» are respectfully Invited
to Mtteud the luner.tl from her IhU: realdence *o.
1004 Kiua btreet, on Tuesday, October 2, 1883,
p. m. IMeaae omit flowers.
•j
I» yonr Life Worth a Dollar?
Perhaps that seems a high price for
it, considering how poor your blood
is, and how your whole system is
prostrated,debilitated, and enfeebled.
People have been heard to say, under
such circumstances, that they would
not jgive the toss of a copper for the
choice between life and death. But
when it comes to actually drawing
near the grave, a man naturally draws
back, and says he does not want to
die. Life is very precious, and even
to a broken-down man it is worth
saving.
One dollar will buy a bottle ol
Broum's Iron Bitters. That one dol
lar may start you on the road from
misery to recovery. A man must
take a very mean view of himself who
is not willing to invest that much in
making one serious effort to rescue
himself from deadly debility, and to
step into the enjoyment of solid
health. Brown's Iron Bitters vital
izes the blood, tones the nerves, and
rebuilds the system. Its work is
well known. Invest that dollar in a
bottle.
8
UNDER TA K ERti.
JOHNBON Ä BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
NO. 307 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DU,
Telephone call, 12».
Rbbidbncm :
L. HAKK\ .IGHN^ON,
617 .letlerson
scdM-im
G. T'. BAHNH1I L,
£k1 and Tatnnl st.'*.
COAL.
J. L. & C. CO.
_FOR—
L
IME
—AND—
CEMENT,
COAI
—ANT)—
WOOD
—OO TO—
Jackson Lime & Coal Co.,
SHIPLEY & KING 8T. WHARVES.
my 17-12
TKA h HPORTATION.
COAL. COAL
BUSH'S
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA,
STEAM FREIGHT LINE.
Halls daily from Pier 2. Ho. Wharves, 1'hlla. and
Foot of Frebch Btreet, Wilmington.
FREIGHT HANDLED CAREFULLY AN!
dlKLlVERKD PROMPTLY.
m.
COAL! COAL!
ANTHRACITE !
BITUMINOUS !
CANNEL!
Particular attentp. • gi .1
retail
Pri
* 1
.w. hush & sons.
« T
:n!0-ly2f
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ALL SIZES OF COAL
The
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY USE
and
east r j^( S ~F1 N D
east
THF LOWEST MARKET »AT ES
All coal
d
»«I put in cellers.
»KFICK ft YARD FOOT OF FOURTH ST.
with all part* of
••"Telephone communie.!! lo
the cityt
1
.
%
OUR FIRST NUMBER
FOR FALL.
You will see many adver
tisements about large stocks oi
Fall and Winter Goods, and
each one will claim to be
ahead of their competitors, but
we will be content to let the
readers of Thb Gazette k ow
we have a larger stock than
usual because our tra^e de
mands it, and this is an evi
dence that our goods are sol- 1
at as low prices as elsewhere,
or a little lower for same
quality.
Our Children's Stock is com
We do not mean by
plete.
that to tell you we keep the
low-price shoddy goods, but
we do have a good quality at
a very low price, and yet we
sell more ol our suits from five
to ten dollars.
In our Boys' Department we
have some very Btylish gar
ments to show you, while the
young men cannot help being
pleased by making a selection
from our nobby styles
We have over Forty Styles
to show you in our Men's De
partment, and now, kind
reader, just visit us at your
earliest convenience and let us
show you our goods, and see
if it will not be to our mutual
interests to deal with each
other.
This does not give you much
of an idea of our stock, but if
you will stop in at
Fourth & Market Sts.
—AT THE
WILMINGTON
CLOTHING HOUSE
it will give us great pleasure to
show you our goods and
prices. Yours,
_
Jno. W. Diefendorf A Co
USE
of
REPRINTED FROM SATURDAY
UIDUAIIS IN THE DEATH BATE.
Twentjr-eoven Heath« Keportwd for the
Weak Ku.m.« at Noon To-doy.
During the week « udlng at noon to day 87
deatlia went retained to lleiitatrar Praaer.
Main, 80; females, 7; while, 81; black, 0;
adulte, 14; minora, 18; Almshouse, 8;
Coroners caaea, 5; bora In the Uulted States,
84; foreign, S; atlll horn, 8; under 1 year, 0;
1 to 8, 8; 8 to 4, 8; » to 10, 8; 30 to 80, 8;
80 to 40, 8; 40 to SO, *1 70 to «0, 8; 80 to
80,1.
Cause« of do th—Accidentally drowned,
cougeetlon of liver, dropsy, entert!«, gan
grene ol the lout, vavular heart decease,
heart deaaase, Indamatlon of the bowels,
marasmus, menttigeUa, mania potu, natural
cause* puerperal convulsions, paralysis,
suicide, rheumatism, small-pox, one each;
cholera infantum, 3; consumption, 4; con
gestion of the bralu, 3; dlptheria, 3; acci
dentally killed on the railroad near New
port. 1.
By wards as follows : first, 1; second, 8;
third, 3; fourth, 3; tilth, 4; sixth, 1; seventh,
1; eighth, 8; ninth, 4; leuth, 3; eleventh, 8.
For the corresisHidlug week of last year
there were 88 deaths reported.
During the week there w
aent away and one was brought here lor lu
terinent
For the week there were 14 births re
ported—14 whites and one black, nine males
and live females. By warda: Second, 3;
Third, 1; Fifth, 4, Eigthtb, 4; Ninth, 1;
Tenth, 1; Eleventh, 1.
Teu marriages—two black aud eight
white—were also reported
three tiodies
HO. VI K LOAN.
The A it nuis I Meeting Leaf Night—Director«
Fleeted Money Selling Cheap.
The «nous! meeting of the Home Loan
Aftsociatioii watt held last night, at which
the following directors wfire ele ted:
.lohn Green, C. N. Trump, F. A.
Hall, A. L. »ott ê, I) H. Kent, T.
Beti ton Craig, a. A. Capelle, James Ferry,
Geoige W. Bm>h, John Hamilton, John W.
Lawson Edward T.Taylor aud A. Schudder.
The board organized by electing the follow
Ing officers: President, Ü«x>rge W. Buah;
Vice President, John Green; Secretary,
Edward T.Taylor; Treasurer, J. W. Lawson,
The finances w ere reijorbnl to be in a
flourishing condition. During the meeting
W,000 sold at from to per ceut.
premium. A new series ol shares are about
to be issued.
Josh Billing;** Heard From.
Newport, K. I., Aug. 11, 1880.
here t rying to breath
Dear Bitter$
iu all tile halt air ot the ocesn, »ml having
been a euflerer for more than a year w th h
refrsetory liver,I
Bitter» with the ?*e* gale, and have fourni
the tincture a glorious result.. * * * 1
hsve i*een greatly helped by the Bittern, and
uot afraid to *hy so.
Your* without a struggle,
induced to mix Hop
Josh Billing«.
A Liter»! y ;
Went Weat.
The 11 ;.<i aton ■ wuter oi Ohio di-ordere«l
h is bowels aud laid hlm • n a bed of sickness
with horrible crautps. For three duys und
nights he was wretched. Then he said:
"Why didn't 1 think of Pbkhy Davis's
Pain Killer?" lie sent for it and experi
enced such prompt and thorough relief that
he *aid he was a tool lor uot getting it at
first.
nt ill
Local (JnotJitioi
Corrected Dally in Ute
Itreei vittrkec
QAY, rSKD.
OOEKBCTHIi DAILY «T W. J
MORROW, HO. 417 tHUMCH «tTRSMT:
per bu
t 1
Hav
Stm w.
Oats.
Bran, double bn<*hel
Crooked corn.
Middling*.double bnrhel.1 *X>
Uoarae mem. ..
Corn
Shelled eorn .
Ground corn and oat«
1.0 t A 1 l
. «6
I
BtTTTKR. SO OH. POULTRY. S
Prfi.t hotter, per ft wholesale I .20 e§ 9 .*.*3
Print " " retail. 20 a .30
" wholesale. .20
* " retail....
Egg«, wholee«ile, per dwaeo...
retail, per uosen.
chickens, alive wholecale_
Chickens, drosse,d wholesale
Chickens, alive, retail .
Chickens, dressed, retail.
Cheese, wholesale, per pound
OheeHfc, retail,
' j !
. 16
.30
.3i
.12
.12
.14
.16
.10
... .12*
.ie
' rloin steaas per pounu.
• amp steaks per pound.
'<ound steaks per pound.
Hib roast per pound.
huck roa«t per pound. .
Stewlna pieces.
Bolling bit« ix»r pound. .
Shin«,.
Kidney fat,
. .2U 4jp .6
• Ï6 G
20
.14 a .10
91
. 1 «
15 a 3 A1 &
26 m AO
pound....
Ijam b chops, per pound...
Lamb roasts, per pound...
Muttou chops, per pound
Mutton roasts, j»er pound.
Veal cutlets, per j»ound ...
Y eal roasts, per pound
. .«*
90
J6
.16 Q
90
: :S *4
!8 ft
U
F1UR.
Spanish Mackerel.
Rock nsh. per pound.
White Ferch, per pound.
Trout, per pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, per t*>and...
Black fish.
Blue Osh..
snat mers .
Haddock.
Market ood.
Porgelsc..
Butter fish.
it
' .16
. -2
: ;u*
.it
. 1 !
5
.
.w
t*M
.16
09
.11
0
. JO
pork arc.
wtioinsal©
... 14
retail
Smoked hams.
Fresh Fork.,..
Freeh Sau.-age.
Shoulders.
Dried bee f .
,alt filtc -.
Smoked ht
Uologuii sausage.
Lard.
U
.11
.p
16
I -
t>>
A
14
14
II
u
. 10
'4
Potatoes, per nalf-pecx. 10
Sweet pct;ttoes, per half peck.. .20
Cabbage, per hoao..
Tnmipe. p— »••'»r p«ck.
Corn, per dot en .
Horn, per hundred.
Tomatoes, per half peck....
Tomatoes, per bast et .......
Pears.Ba th tt per h 11 pock
Pears,Bartlett per basket...
Peaches per half peck.
Pouches, per backet.
Grapes, per pound.
Grapes, wholesale.
Apples, per basket.
Apples, per half peck..
Pears, per basket.
Lima beans,per quart.
Férir Plant
12
.10
.8
10
60

10
II
90
90
26
610
( 11
. 25
1.9
M
Ofl
per ft
0
04
60
60
U
90
1.00
10
^ POSITIVE Ol RE Only Two Botte
FOR
Çatarr
h ,,, ||sT "fÏ V
I ss^aüs v,'.
HAY FliVEfi.
•rely
puuioms 1 * 1
* i VUi»o*t'
cured, when
Ely'« ( ream Balm
»ottle "o!
•7
alter
w appllca
a» entirely
K. Wat
llAiuiia, Letter
Carrier, Newark.N.
, I k
retie
•d.
5 ^
HAY-FEVER
the 1 * !y tUe 1 - e
By abswrptlou
the nasal passa u es
, .., causing healthy seeretto-.. 4fc
ln i . fl »««niatlon, protect the membrana
llnlntrs «.1 the head from additional colds.com
Pi«».. * y 'V u "' sore * r ** t « rfca l *'fc senseof
taste and .smell Beneficial results are realised
'['Plications. A thorough treatment
.be»»®
Into
ostrlls.
It
el*
fectuall v
catarrhal vi
•lean ses
of
by a f w
will
able to
By mall 60c.
' e » 3 SS»W» a ..
é
urn* ooosm.
id?
Ww«l
911
ga
mail
:
P
the nr.m placFiI^bvt dry goods.
Strawbridge & riothier*8,
EIGHTH A MARKET
EIGHTH A FILBERT
PH ILADELHHIA.
Special Notice !
S. H. STAATS,
405—MARKET STREET—405
Dur! g the next 80 dayrfwtll make a
SWEEPING REDUCTION
IN THF. PRICE OF HIH
•Spring and Summer—
Stock
HOSIERY, GLOVES
-AN li
Gauze Merino Underwear
FORLADIRH, GENTS AND MIBHK»,
Als« a irremt reduction In
Par sols and Sun Umbrellas !
We have found it ne«'««**) v to ;take this step,
in order to reduce our stock, Indore commencing
to tear out and enlarge our «tore. Come and
•»«•cure a fei nine bargain.
R. H. STAATS.
IIID1CLLOCJS 11>*. As
ARE ENTERTAINED A BOUT PURGATIVES.
IT IH DANGKKOUB TO KMJUUGE THE »TOM
ACH, TO RAMP THE HOWKLB. TO PR**».
TRÄTE THE NERVOUS SYSTEM WITH
KUK10U» EVACUANT.-. NATURE HAb
GIVEN A «AMPLE IN THE FAMOUS HELT
ZF K SPRING, OF WHAT THE HI iOl'S.CON
HTIPATF.D OR DY8PEPTK; SYSTEM Nil EDS
FOR ITS RKSTOlt - TION, ANI* IN "TAH
RA T'S KFFEKVKSCENT »EL'ZKR APKRI
KN 7 '" SCIENCE HAS IMPROVED ON NA
TURK BY COM HI NI >« ALL THE VALUA
BLE INGREDIENTS OF THF. G KH VIA N
FOUNTAIN IN A PORTABLE FORM. T»-I8
GHEKAHLK AND P<»TENT SALI E AL
TERATIVE CHANGES THF. CONDI «ION OF
THE HL' OD AND PURIFIES A 1.1. THE
FLUIDS OF THE BODY. SOLD BY ALL
DRUGGISTS.
JP IAN OH.
GEO. L. WALKER,
PIANO PARLORS!
83G N. Sixth Street.
[NEAR PARRI8II ST., PHILADELPHIA]
ESTABLISHED i860.
NO STORE RENT TO PAY
Finest New Pianos !
At one-half the prices charged
in expensive stores.
READ THIS LETTER, WRITTEN OVER
18 YEAR8 ABO hY LEADING CITI
ZENS OK READING, PA:
RKADIMO, Pa.. January 26, 1865.
We, the
derslgned. having purchased
Pianos of Mr, George 1 .Walter, do hereby certify
that
? highly plesbeti and perfectly satisfied
llh said llanos. They
beautifully flnisbed,
possessafnll, rich and clear tone, aud stand In tune
admirably. We cheerfully recommend Mr. W»lker
tlfo.se al
purchasing Pli
ability, and a gentleman worthy of their confi
dence.
artlct m
JAM F.S YE AG Kit,
HARVEY B'RUH,
A. WEHKKIN •*,
DAVID F.. HI OUT,
J. H. M'UTtiN,
JAMES T. UKBER.
H. C'ROUSK.
JOHN T. CRAIG,
AARON LEIB,
MARTIN GROSS,
K. U. BOAS,
ALLEN BECH
TEL,
AND 100 OTHER CITIZENS.
This Is only
dreds I have
show with pleasure.
letter out of many hun
dved, all of which I will
Please remember
I Have No Connection
With any PianoWarerooras
If you wish to take advantage of the In
ducements I offer in selling New Pianos by
the most celebrated makers at half the
prices charged in stores be sure to call at
the old reliable place—GF.O L WALKER'S
Piano Parlors, 836 N. 8lxth street, near
Parrish. Special bargains to-day in slightly
uted Pianos from families fore« d to sell
61000 UPRIGHT PI A MO.
6750 SQUARE GRAND PIANO.
«650 RICHLY CARVED PIANO.
$.500 ROSEWOOD PIANO.
MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY.
REMEMBER THE LOCATION.
.»225.
.»190.
.1150.
BOO
—TERMS $10 MONTHLY—
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836 s. Sixth St.Phila.
■OpU6*ir»100
MJQVOM VMAJLMMS.
«jjréCHT dt SPAHN
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
-AMD
BOTTLIWO ESTABLISHMENT,
Esuum» èw$ig MKn '
CORNER
W1
«^Orders by mall promptly «lied.
Families supplied with bottled beeri plat
botUi-k ft rents a dosen.
A share of your patronage Is reeptcuully solic
ited. >12-1-17
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
1
OPPO ITK THF PENN8VLVAN1A DEPOT,
Wilmington, DrUwar*.
TIiIr * «tel Is a new building, t nilrt ly unwly
furulsticd In * mom * lrgant stjd»* and offris
Auirricuii and G iman comfo is. Krfrcslimcnu
and raiAbb'S first-class at felr prices.
HLNRV HLOtlTH. Proprietor.
\1* E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. S.
▼ f BONDED WAKEHDÜEEB pare rrt
whiHkir* fYoni the fbllowinr oelebrated dfs
A. ovvtiiuusuu., January 1879 and Jen« 1MB.
A. Gm kfiihf lmer ft Bro.. May MB»,
loh» G litron. Aon A Do.. May IW9 and JuasMM.
Haiinin DlatUllag Co., August 1879.
*«l, November 1879 and Jnm 1B8U.
i r-ink < It** ii ding, Pa.,1 February, 1M0.
Mt. V» r non, Ma?, UM.
Th» »tiuvif g. ids will be sold «dUier in bond or
ta» ps!d at th** lowest market rates. Samples
may t*« 8een at Uils store.
NO. 1UM MARKET «TKElfi.
Mm
/HAM,IB KALI. 1 A » At
Shi DEN HERO'S GIGA US !
A * WHOLESALE RATES.
Chas. J. H. Beckett,
1(18 WF.«T SEVENTH STREET.
Iy»-mr
MON ItENZE
A
124 KING STREET.
FINEST B'<AN DM OF
WIN ES.
NIEKWTKINER REIHI.1 *'U.
NINO MARHaLA.
M1KMILMERK KTC
a fine line of
All
LIQUORS,
Ami tlie bent brands of Havana
WEBT < TG ARH.
POT H 'S CELEBRAI ED B FER,
hand, tfy' uwant a alnah of lieer A.
H e NEK'H ta lût- place you are looktnir vor.
auftiH-ir-A» NO. 'SM KING b EK F ET.
nd KK\
Aiwa
J OHN V. IKINAHOK,
-Borri.KK

AND HOLE AGENT OP WILLIAM M AHHK'
4 CO.'H PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
« Ce. .'brated Hartbolomay lieeiuMier Boer,
.'he brewing« are unequalled for aurlty and
8av«r; constantly on hand In Itegs **•
ih»iU<iI. Mlneial waters 1 m all
the ditfermt favors.
t.,7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WlLMINUfON, DEL.
SUFToltu- and acconurmlattnc drivera. Ordert
.»y mall promptly attonded to. lie Is slsoconuetv
led with the Telephone Exchange, and hu signal
l„-
myl'i*
( JRANOK GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IN FACT—
THF PUREST. RICHEST ANm Hr T BYE
WHISKY EXTANT
H» the galu
or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
Uniform
qualig
Absolutely pure rye.
ch ana delicate In 8avor.
A
and
He tonic.
A reliable stimulant
3. W. OCR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8T8.
mv§-ly-M
'|'HK BEST
GLASS
—OF
LAGKK BEER
-IN THE CITY, ALfMF—
PORTER AND ALE
on UKarr, at
E. P. FREYE'S,
NO. 17 EA8T SECOND PTRKET.
Jy28-tfl2
■%
ml
Ml
[Ï]
I have known and watched the
Specific for
se of Swift'
have
Blood 1 ol«
life I have
fully ac
fifty yearn, and
or heard of a failure to cure
ht n properly taken. In all,
ever known a remedy that would
pltab what It is reeommend to do.
H. L. DKNNAKD. Perry, Ga.
a a<
We have sold Swift's Bp. clflc (8. S. 8.) with
astoniHhlng results. One gentlem„
used half a dozen bottles says that It has done
him more good than treatment which cost hlin
fl. 000. Another who has used It for a scrofulous
affection reports a permanent cure from Its
VAN 8HAACK, STEVEN ON A CO.,
Chicago.
Wilt
•1,000 REWARD!
Will be paid to any .chemist who will find on
analysis of 100 bottles of 1*. S. S. one partlce of
Mercury, iodide. Potassium or any mineral sub
f tan ce. THE SWIFT SPRf'IFI CQ.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta Ga.
our treatise on
fie to applicant
Blood and Skin 1 Iseases mailed
WANTED FROM s , TURo
A BOTTEN STEAMBOAT
I A) ureal I), »„
Ai.Bi.Nr, Sept . o s . Dioaien
^™ ,n 5' h « h ?»^oftîè 440
"«Hu]
'dock
tuaon, which Uy at thü r'" er J
street, eipluüci with rnT. 01 W «W
atautly killing the oJpÄ ul C
her, and llr.-msn, Wlflta„î' , G , Pflr » 8. w
rloualy Injurlug F.ed »»1
who was blown t, ,T" I> Ul - en eio .
lowly escaped droauiug «JT *»« «
»nd and Melville Ryan dwl * W î U " »
Van Zant, a son of **
the tugboat Cora, from i! V>n 1
r?l C . h ,. W V.. 1 7 , ?' I *longslde N ÎL Ï* 1
was also killed. Camiln K,„
Hattie M. Betts, was W,,», of
house ,,to the wharl and «.1"™ h |* I
he Bms, which lay at ,, ly %
Rnhlioou wus damaacl ,, ,. ,tern «I
»1,000. The Cor« wh£ , , u lhe •'
toul wreck aud 'u,o C "Ï
boiler, two or three tons W 1TÎ*,"
leet against the u,n ,torv „I \" rltl
building, crushing . * «"a*
Another wetlon eruÄ n l "|. tl " *
cosl barge and another w», h T ,
rear, graalng >he oah|„ ,,r ,
tearing away the rod i,,|, m ,, ÏT
buildings were «haken badly Tl, ' '
boiler wa* bu'lt by Kotiert i, ,
1883 The hau, ^
»8,000. The Cora wa. „ K ? bl ""*
Io«. I« »ft.otxt. The amount e d M
surauces on other boat. 1 , uniL^"' 1
Captain McAndrew. of the
Apollo, which was |„ the .ca , T
apn, and hi. Wife, had TjjL***
Captain Robinson, ol i|, P ,, ***
Bett, who w„ asleep la tfoÄ
turned a complet.- «onurMuli iuthe
tuddenly found hlmaell |„ i, lt . ?
officers I» the Ural precinct an eeï,V
mile distant, were thrown Two 2,
aud the btilldlng *„ thotuughly s!ilk e ,
FIGHTING A MOUT
Hot!
««HI
tool
V
cru
A WOMah,
An Impromptu I>us, Hsi„ M „ T „ (i
a'*"«»—»ns M.„ , V „ U „„ M "
Rockt Mocnt, Va., Kent, as -in
promptu duel occurred ... ,
-.rank Batter,, t„ Pi-tsyivn.,!.
tween O onie Timm,» »„.) •'
Thomas' wile Iclt him , |,.* ,|, JB
It was believed by the bu-hsnd, bad '
wllli Doude. Bulb retunien to th,
iMirhood and Doud threaten.,I rtjrf ,
arce upon Thi.m.u. f„r ennnectl,,« hi. ,
wuli the supposed elopement ot 1,1,
The two men met |»„ „Irht
«(freed to eoUle their troulih- n
'I houias
el
the
arm.d with a .loiiMe barn
shotyun, loaded with buckshot, and hit
vereary hud a Si calibre Smith *v WW, D
volver. Fifteen pace« were stepped off ,
firing opened. Af er two rounds Do
cried that he was wounded and demand«
cenHatioii of hostllitlea. An examinai
prove4 that Doude had received
shots In the face and
A locel phyidelan rendered the nec
The wound*
necessarily fatal and the wounded du
may recover. The light took place
dark and was fought by
wounded duellist w
and carried home.
oue orl
were not coDfld
doulight '
t placed uj>oD hli-hi
After his enemy
beemarried from the field TtohVdi
pered hla old shotgun and stride tl ho
ward.
(tellable Place to lluy Plano». ]
George i.. Walker, piano parlors, tfKJ.vJ
Sixth street, near Parrieh, Philadelphia. 1
connection with any piano ware rooms
partie* of a similar
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G
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t
I
ts
$ 30,000 tor Pi
2 ND REGULAR MONTHLY DRAW«
WILL TA KK plan* In Hit- Mnsouir lli
Masonic Temple Bulbllng. In Louisville. K},
Thursday, October 25 , Ida
A LAWFUL LOTTERY AND FAIR l»KJ
INGH, chartered bv thv l.egi-lalure of kj ; .
twice declared legal by the highest court in
- • • to Henry » «»uniy In the
(if »II p!
Bond glv
ofjfioo.c N) for the pi
atmu
pt pay me
A REVOLUTION IN filMiLK M'MBKl
DRAWINGS.
hU
A#" Every ticket hold
the numbei
•her
Ids ticket and see
__ the tag placed In
pretence. These drawing* «
last Thursday of every mon
call
corresponding
wheel I11 Ids
the
Read the magnificent
OCTOBER SCHEME.
I
ilPrlce...
1 Price.....
1 Price..
2 Prices, fa,c oesch.
5 " 1, CO •' .
ft • "
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2*0 "
801 ••
1,100 *•
:
:
1
us •
v •
40 "
1 ■
g nr •• Approximation
aw* •• "
10
9 *•
. ^*.«uo»l
L8W Price*.
» HOL* TICKET», |2. MALr T KZ»W |1
*7 Tickets, 960 ; 66 Tlcketa B®*
Remit Money or Hank DrafGp i^nei
by Express. Don't send by jÿtujfj
f^ct timee Order. SCfiaÏÏ; Afldrea*
Kxpress, can be sen* at our expens». »
«rder
N. MBLCHIO:
_ LLNäMITH -
mm
No. 214 King Street,
»,1 IfUkOS hOf» 1
Has for sale BRBXCH >
GUNS
or.II m»ke», revolver. " l *Jî r ï[ l îf* , împW i a
Fine nlrkel-pl»twl revolve», f'-fg , nd [mii*
For hrerch-'f.Otns «unMtts®. , |hl)r t r. i; "T|
O.hlmr Uc\>. Ren. inns iloncal
JHI
RIVER VIEW ACADE
DELAWARE CITT. D® L -
« ManUnr .n* *?J_S h 1 7 >l
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