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Oct. 4—».to p. m -—For ; except
nu
WitaisoTox,
the Middle Atlantic »tatet locai ralua;
armer, aotltherlj, .hiding to eooler.north
wetterly wir d»; fulling barometei.
baaaa
nk
TUKMK1AL CWVKHTION.
_ _ .
KptMopel Pn..
To-Morrow. I
EL'altad Ptea OUpateb b> UMGaaetteJ |
PBH.J.DCDFBI», Oct 3—The Trlenetel we
Convention of the Proteauat Episcopal
Chare hea will be held hi tblacity rommenc- ! »
Ing to-morrow The opening »ervlcea c! the
convention will be held In Cbrtat Church,
when the Oral general convention wee held »nd
la 1785. The buatneea aeeoloo* of the con
veott.«.-Ill be heW to H^yTHnlty Church,
Tbe convention to divide Into »wo bout*** UO
namely, the Houw of Bishops and tbe House 1
of Oerieai and Lay Deputiea. Tbe former
house number» more than 00 member*.
There will be altogether about Km mem- •>
here preaent, tbc dkiceae. having equal
representation While tbe conrentlon to in
progrès» It will be rtaited by rwpmeotatirea
from Canada and England,who will come in
11
**
A agin i-officUi capacity.
Tbe convention prom toe* to be one of the
largest and moat Interesting ever held uy
tbe Episcopalian» and will be in seesion
three week*.
(Tbe repreaentatlvea from thto dioce»« are
aa follow«: The Rêva. T. Gardner Littell,G.
W. DuBf*to, D. D., William B. Gordon and
B J. Douglaa». Lay'delegate#—George H.
Bate», Esq , 8. M
Lay delegates—ireorge n.
.... Curtis, Dr. Horace Burr
Dr. Henry Hid ely —Ed. Gazette. ]
CHABlEI MAÜAKUE DEAD.
of His Nbom In the Paper
The Pi
Trad*» Dim, rail of Y
[ Philadelphia Presa.}
A notable career in the btotory of Phlla
'delphla buaineaa men waa terminated yester
day by tbe death of Charles Magarge, the
first of hto name In paper manufacturing in
thto country. Mr. Magarge was born in
thto city September .30, 1004, and
the descendant of one of
three Irish brother« who ai rived in
this country toward the close of the
seventeenth century. Tbe three brother*
settled In the village then, as now, known
as Germantown, and each one married a
fair Quaker and became the progenitor of
large famille«, which have wlthlD the last 40
year», owing to the husinesc sagacity of the
deceased, almost monopolized tbe paper
trade of Philadelphia.
ka
Die Jersey Labor Congress.
Teknton, Oct. 1.—Tbe fifth annual nes
slon of the New Jeraey Trade and Labor
Congress was held here to-day. It to made
up of three delegate» from each labor
organization in the State. About 70
were preaent, representing 41 organi
zations. It wan decided that every
member of a labor society in the - Ute be
»eased t hree cents for the support of the
Congres». State Labor Inspector Lawrence
T. Fell »poke in favor of a compulsory edu
cation law. A r solution wa*- adopted that
no politic» be allowed in the Congre»». The
following officer» were elected for the
ensuing year: President, John A.
Hayes, New Brunswick: vice presi
dent, William Man, Millville;
tary, Goldsmith P. Hall, Bridgeton; Trea»
urer, John Brindley, Trenton; auditors,
M. E. Frost, Newark, and Henry Granger,
Trenton; legislative committee, J. P. Mc
Donald, Patereon; M. Leidermann, Jersey
CU»; M. E. Frost and John Craig, Newark,
and George P. Peajce, Glassboro; sergeant
at-arms, M. A. Gather, Newark. Camden
was »elected aa the place for the n< xt ses
sion.
of
ere
New Chiefs Klee ted.
The following new chiefs have been elected
in Lauape tribe. No. fi, Imp.
Bachem, C. E. Kighter ; îjenloi
William U. To
Joshua Cloud;
They will be raised to their respective sta
tions on datnrday evening and a »upper will
be »erred at Karra and Lewis' restaurant.
O. R. M. :
Sagamore,
•ppiu; Juulor Bagamore,
Prophet, Herman Both un.
THM KA1LROA1M
A Local Time Table With the Latest
. Correction
1'RAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
PaiLA.-2.W0*, 2.23*, 6.30, fl.40, 7.00, 7.60, 8.10f
8.16 ft.00.ft.3ft, «.68, 10.30, 10.30,11.58 a. ra . 12.00t,
m. 12.16, 12.3«, 1.54, 2.30, 4.00, 6.17*, 6.30f,
688*, 6-66,7.28, 7 30*, ft.66* p. m.
N»w York— 2.00», 2.23*, 6.80, ft.68, 11.63 a.
3.38, 1.54, 6.17*, 6.38*, 7.26 p. m.
Baltimore- -1.06», 1.42*, 4.51*,8.06*, «.17*, a
ffl. 12.27, 1.00, I.O», 6.00, 6.00, 6.67, 11.04* p. m.
Wabhikotow— 1.42*, 4.61*, 8.06*, 9.17* a. m.
1.00, 1.0», 6.00,6.67,11.04* p. m.
HaLTIMORK AHD 1 NTBKMKDIATB STATIOWB—
1.06*,9,17* ». Ui. 1.00. 6.00, 6.00p. m.
•Trains
fTrains running only on Bunday.
Ing both daily and Sunday.
intLAWAKM Railroad— 6.00*,9.10f a,m. i.Ofif
8.00*, 4.00f,6.26f p. m. No Sunday trains.
•For New Castle only.
fF'or Harrington and Intermediate stations.
ifcxpresB for Deimar.
Wilk i noton Northern Railroad— 7 00 a. ro.
1 06, 6.02, 6.16 p. m. Sundays, 7.00 a. m, and
3.10 p. in.
IWLAWAIIS W KHTKRN RAILROAD—7.06, 1.30
m. 6.30 p. m. bunday trains 10.30 ;a.m
6.00 p.m.
I'KAUNfS AKKIVLat WILMINGTON FROM
Phil A—12.46,1.00. 1.32*. 4.47*. 7.45. 8.f«*. «.11
f046, 10.10t 11.36 a
.60, 3.56, 4.30, 4.66, 6.36, 5.63, 6.20. 6.48,' 7.36,7.60t,
«.60. 10.38. 10.68 p. m.
. 2 12.60. 107. 2.22. 2.30
Naw Yore— 1.32*, 4.47*, 8.02f, 9.12 a.
1.07 , 4.66.6.48*, 10.68 p.m.
I. 12.6»'
HALTIMORB-- 1.61*, 2.13*, 9.34, ».64, 11.43 a.
12.36, 1.61, 6.11 *. 6.80*, 7.24, ft.4ft* p. m.
Wahhiwotom—1.61*, 2.13, 11.43 a.
«.61, 6.11 *,6.30*, 7.24, «.49 p. m.
* Both daily and .'Sunday.
♦ On Sunday only
1. 12.36
Dki.a
Railroad—8.60 «. 60, 10.16 a.
2.06,6.06*. .»0 p.m. No Sunday trains.
* From New Oast ta only
WiLmwo.o: u. Nokthkkm Railroad— 6.62
. 6.42 p. tn Sunday, 10 30 aid
8.40, 11 ,:i6 a.
T.OOp. m.
Pmlawa
14 p.m. Sunday trains «.10 a.
Wbhtkkn Railroad— 8.00 a.
. 6.40 p.m.
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINOTuN
Philadelphia Nww broad JStr*»t Dffi...
12.30«, 3.66*. 6.30, 7.20*,8.00, 8.21.8.36t, 10.16.11.30.
11.60 a m. 12.2«, I.8St. ^-1« 4.02, 4.26,
6.06, 6.20.6.66, 6.06f. 6.86, 8.30*, «.30, 10.00. 11.82
N
4ÎABTLB— H.3Ä, ft.36. 10.02, 11.46 a.
.40, 6.:i6 p.m.
tally aud Sunday
fTralus running eniy on Sunday.
»> running
A train will leave WiBu'ngton for Newark
d way
Newark at 8.26 a. u
stations.
TB« Black Itg
fligrasa Traîna.
7.48 a. : î returning leave
. tor Wilmington and way
deuot« the Limited
OIK MAIL*
Arrival >M Meputura,
Jmlr l*. 1U>
T*. Port u-ee u,[, till will be m>«o dwllj,
except »and»?, rrort.m»- m.taap.m. Prt
nu bona ere «ereratble outil 11 p. m Oc
. Private
The whole
Sunday• open trim I* u. »*
baaaa »mural bl« hvoi « to t p.
nk Mabd viDilow willeioieMt Wÿ ® The
order office will dosa «•!'.»
Wilmington A. 'Vorth era Railroad to Reading
Pn.. and pointa on the Haiti more and Cratnu
•oath of Chadd's Ford, T
Philadelphia cloaed pou th, UO a.
j^'i*Y«i» h p «nniyUunUi and print. aaat acu
we et,»a a.
unaware We»: «en Railroad to Landenbarg
» -
"JfL T'Ï *' 7 ^
philadeipbu' Ne» York »nd all poinuaaet
»nd wert. Lu» p. tu
Philadelphia, Now York u i all peint» earn
y or « ctu « dored
UO yKf g y p m .
1 p.^nAlrauiR west of I*ar»em>te', and all
pointa west and southwest 9.34 p m,
Ali pointa north, eaat, »«a and southwest, l
•> ^îj UiaMtaaa U aaat w^amept New Orteaaa
.nicn I» «ent »nth
.m a. m.
we
we
at
or
we
a
to
through mall«.
aOITTR
Baltimore and way mall, 7.40 a. in
Waahingto> n »nd »H |»ointa south, 7 40 a. in.
All pointe on the Penioeula. A.*V> a. tn
Sunpilmentary mail for the Peninsula, 9 am.
Haiti more, Waahington and all pointe eouth,
12*30p. m.
Newport. SUnton, Newark, Llkton and
Havre de Grace. 12.3b d. m
Pointe on Baltimore Central.bet ween Port f»e
iKieit. and ('hadd'e Ford, J2.30p. m.
Baltimore and Bey Une steamer». 4.40 p. in.
Peninsula north of Harrington, including
Delaware City and St. George a. £.60 p m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, bJO p. m.
Baltimore, Waehingtou ami all pointa eouth
11 p. m
MAIL« ARRIVA HD RAADT FOR DELI VARY.
From Wilmington A Northern Railroad 6.30
** From New York, Philadelphia, Waehingtou
tend all other pointe, 0 30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and pointe
north, eaet and weet. H 30 a. m.
Prom way mail from Philadelphia. 8.3ft a. m.
Prom Penineula and all north of Harrington
9.1*«. m.
From Baltimore and way mail, 9.10
From Baltimore. 12.30
From Peninsula mail
From Philadelphia. N«w
north and ea*t. 1.30 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and points
to
jp. m
. lxio
tora
and point«
o»uth, 2.2*» p. m.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.30 p, m.
From PhlladelpLta, New Y ork and points
north and east. *.40 p. m.
From Baltimore. Washington and points
*ontb and southwest, *.«0 p. m.
Osfhsn diiiveries as follows ; 6.30 a.m ., gen
eral ; 10.10 a. tn., partial ; .30 p. m., general :
L00p. m.. partial.
Collections from street boxes are made by the
«•arriers at 6.30 and lo a. m., 1.30 and 4 n oi.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
from all boxes between Jefferson aud
Lombard aud Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On bunday a full colle**tion will be
made at fi.00 p.m. Local letters for carriers
delivery should be deposited in Post Office ten
minute» before the hour of delivery
W Y SWIGOLT. P
it
of
*T
MA lift! ADEN,
)n September 27, at
nv Rev. Matthew
ci Hose A. Plunkett,
FARN AN PLU
MeGranrl. Fsruan
to»th ol' lit to city.
DEATHS.
BBG 8.—In Jersey ( ity, Oct. », Robert M.
. * B. depot on the arrival
n, Thursday, the 4th Inst
ag»-d 4ft o ar
Funeral tou. 1*., Vt
1
of tlw 13.30 p. m.
UXjnCRTAK £HS.
JOHNSON A BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers.
NO. 207 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
T« lephone call, 12ft.
!.. M AKRT J'in.t
«7 Jefferson st.
KKHIbKKCaS :
Bid and Tatnai
Everybody's Doctor !
By ROBERT A GUNN, M. L>
E^rhyb
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n»- p'pi-r aud hand
aud to i
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ely b
d. It is
•«* of
old at th»
• w p
♦*»• <*3.
. dollar» a copy, so a
bring it wlth
e reach of all.
.•liters fr ni a I other books
mentir Medicine In
Th.
Do
ng 111.- dto- as*!S8y»tfinat
■lasslUcatl >a.
nest possible
e wrltt.
he employer
I ally arranged, according to
Everything to described i
d the prescription/
m r nglisli, so that they <a
. Intelligent reader.
tie plai
to lignage,
In pit
Drugglit» will Mini thto
do so
Dentists wl I find
will prove val
tient»
aiding them t-» give a Ivb
whet
asked
ich i f-rinath
iwdvt
In It that
and their pa
bb
lo thei
Teacher
will be he
|H-rf r
r rep*
of their <li
iu the s
hy
I It a reliable adviser In every
Parents will
thing relating to the
•Iirlng of their elilh
Every farnito
ve fifty tim
tin
»rice of
the t
k eve
year hy i-oiiaultlng It.
plcte in all it
and to the
recent boo
of the kind published.
The
»k will he ». it free
*y
»I th ee dollars
rex- Ipt
Address,
ro.
NICOLES PUBLISHING CO.
Send foi
W*A(,k
octa,2t
7« 7 A 7 ft BR ADWAY,
New York City.
$100.00 A WEEK !
«.11
run tee the above
•merge
\ GENTS !
i
Ladles a-.
- gentlei
.Ine»» Wn little
houM-hold article a
ell
hticcesb in
I red. We
12.6»'
'
l.t •
fl.
It Sells Itself !
It I» uh»4
day In every family.
In I in merits. There
Y (
d<
a rich
thto golden oppor
I*
r<
III
î lr
-. Buy
•8tal
<1
i«J wi
ml
i«l full
ir proap
particular»
FREE !
6.62
aid
A nd
I will
good thj
y hi
r repu atl
avr'o.'î
di th:
t itfi
ih
•iHtalmid v
y and receive full partlcul
BUCKEYE M E G CO.,
ni. Ohio.
p.m.
1-1 v
ept
A gents wanted for thk new
HUoK
4.26,
11.82
DEKDS OF DARING
■BY —
BLUE AND GRAY.
roll«
of t' e
•tlo
Ht till illlllg per.
both sld
<lu
Civil W
. I
•ns ly I
ting
xploltHof eo
! spies, for 1«
lialrb
ho
heroic
Bnprl o
I
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lucid«
h .intot..-hand
rug I
h
hold dashes, brilliant
aciions on each »He the tine. 70 chapters, I'lto
Ft SELY I I.I'STHA lEDiothe life N<
h ok :«l all Ilk«' it.
perilous Jour»,»
and maguanl...
>
leave
way
Ontselto everyililng.
H AMMKLL A CO..
I'hilath Iplila. l'a.
Ad
i
-
OUR FIRST NUMBER
FOR FALL.
and
at
Two
_I
died
an
i
You will sec many adver
tisements "bout large stocks ol
Fall and Winter Goods, and
each one will claim to be
ahead ol their comjietitors, but
we will be content to let the
readers of The Gazette k ow
we have a larger stock than
usual because our tra H e de
mands it, and this is an evi
dence that our goods are sold
at as low prices as elsewhere,
or a little lower for same
quality.
Our Children's Stock is com
plete. We do not mean by
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.
Hto
good.
plain
and
to
that
and
May
tbe
noaea
who
deal
went
an
rier
had
was
In our Boys' Department we
have some very stylish 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
and
kind
partment,
reader, just visit us at your
eariit-st convenience and let us
now,
show you our goods, and see
it it will not be to our mutual
interests to deal with each
other.
This does not give yon much
of an idea of our stoc k, but if
you will stop in at
Fourth & Market Sts.
-ATTHE
WILMINGTON
CLOTHING HOUSE !
it will give us great pleasure to
show you our goods and
prices. Yours,
Jno. W. Dielendorf tfc Co
^ POSITIVE CURE Only Two B*>ttles.
FOR
Catarr
Jr Çf?£AM BK-..,
HAY FK.VKH.
•ly
a til ic ted lor I
with Hay
aft r Irving almost
everything without
I. I gave up ah
EAD
r
hy
Iu
f
being
«•I
a bottle ol
Ely'» f'rc
of
r a'Tew^ppb
a fie
tlo
rely
.1
•d.
K. Vt
ll
farrier, Newark. N
•l.
AY-FEVER
PPLY by the little Anger
strlto. By absorption It ef
fectually cleanses the nasal passages
catarrhal virus, causing healthy secretions.
allayB Inflammation, protects the membrana
linings of the head from addit ional colds,
nletely heals the sores and restores the sense of
taste and smell Beneficial results
hy a f w applications. A th«
will cure Unequaled for colds In
able to use. Nona for
Into
the
realized
gh trealm«
head. Agree
circular. Bold by druggists.
Hy mall 60c. a package—stamps.
ELY'H CREAM HALM CO..
!
o N. Y.
$200 A YEAR
in
We
CAN BE SAVED
d<
rich
In the Living Exjienses of the
Family
full
hv the use of HEX MAGNUS, the Humlston Food
Preservative. It preserves Meat, Kish, 5111k
'*m, Eggs and all k Bids of Animal Food frenli
1 sweet lor weeks.ev. n In the hottest wenth<-r
Thto c
proved hv the testlincntols of h
i who have tried It.
self for Ö0 ce
cle whl h will
1 1
.u can prove It for
will fimf that thto Is

a great deal of
I
^nnrrrrsnîTr
N<
It will keep them fresh
days and ■
<1 sweet f *r many
Impart the slightest foreign
I. It to so simple iu
follow the dl eettons,
costs only a fraction
eat. fish,
This Is
to the artleles
operation that a child ca
1 as haniile
Halt, -!i
a pound of ii
: quart of milk.
1 uy such
of
humbu
Prof Kam'l
liege Ho d hy druggists and
minis sent pr paid by mail
fen on receipt of price, >
. Viuiidlne brand for meat;
,, e for fish aud sea food; snow Hake for
'.ndk, butter an«l cheese. Anti Ferment, Anti
Fly and Anti-Mold, 50c. per lb each. Pearl or
for eggs and A(|ua-Vlta' for fluid
lb each.
l In
Join
W:
t Yalfe Ci
s. Hample p
per.
express fas
ix:
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extracts, « pt
THE HUMISTON FOOD PKE8KKV1N44
COMPANY,
TZ Kilby Ht., H«>ston, Mass.
Ad
REPENTED FROM YIITlIOAV
imEwms RWosufo.
(«■Mad PWM IIMpa'eh lo UieOaaette.J
DiTTO*, O..Oct. i .-~A very myatrrlou»
and auaptetoue duatde potaonlng occurred
at the Soldier»' Home near here yenterdny
Two of Ihn tomate«, Earneat Scherer, a
_I bee or Company A, nighty-uecond
regiment, P«mn*\ I ran I a Volunteer», and
Chriatopbera Kroi uentbal ol Company A,
Ninety-third Ohio Volunteer*. Both
died from the elTecte ol what the
phyalelaaa prooot. I, ce aa belladonna potaon,
plated In liquor No clue hea yet been
mined aa to who the (erpetratom are, and
an autopay will be held thla afternoon.
and
Owwrai Hancock'« III«
the Gax«U'. j
New Tobk, OcL 2.— General Hgocockto
eobdtftoo to greatly improeml thto morning.
Hto aleep to «oâtoturlied »nd ht» appetite to
good. I>r. Jeunlug« I>ento» taya that the
(Wneral la tr»»uble«i with kidney coin
plain I. Tbe trouble he *»y* to a local one
and an abneea* with which he waatroubled
to now dtoeharging freely. Tbe doctor aays
that the General ia cumral»**ctog rapidly,
and will be able to be a 1 out again in a week.
r rutted Pres* ld*pal* h
UAk
A Widow With Nino Children.
May haft much trouble with them aa did
tbe oi l woman who lived in a eboe. The
chfldlvB will all tbe time lie getting their
noaea bumped, their head« brulaed, their
dug*ra cut, and their stomach® and bowel*
disordered by uuripe fruit. The mother
who to wtoe enough to keep » bottle of
Pehrt Daviii'h Pain Kili.br aave» hir
children much »utferiug, »nd hereelf » great
deal of trouble
A LH« for a Dog.
(United Pres- D1 patch to ti.e Gaaette. )
Paterson, N J.. Oct. 2.—While Wm.
Squire was hunting on the mountains yea
f*rday hto dog got fastened between tbe
track of the Erie railroad. Squire
went U» I be dog'* rescue in fioot of
an approaching train and succeeded In re
leasing the dog. hut was, however, not
quick enough to avoid the train, and was
-truck by the pilot and killed.
Justifiable Killing.
[United Pres, Dispatch to thr Gazette.}
La PAY ITT
S'urap, who
rier on Saturday night, just after the latter
had knocked him down and robbed him,
was released from Jail this morning, as the
grand jury would not indict him.
IT
Zf
RA
ES
E, I sI» , Oct. 2.—William
»hot »nd killed George Spur
A Peculiar Accident.
[United Pr» »e DUpatrh to» the Gazette. ]
Laporte, Ini»., Oct. 2.—Dr. Abram Lu
garden, ag?
• bleh
ed 70 yc-ara, fell from a stool,
î he w»? »landing last night, and
his head, tracturiug the skull,
from tbe effect« of which be will die.
upon
striking
WHI Kt» dorse Graham and Page.
(United Prête» Di pvcb to the Gazette.]
Philadklimua, Oct. 2.—A prominent
ittee ol One Hundred
member of the C
»aid thto morning that Graham and Page
would be eudorsed l»v the committee.
lid t'iT.
Loca< qntttaaoofc borrssM Dally lu the
dire«* Market.
3AT, IIKD, WTC.—<V»RRBOT»D DAILY BT
i.
woaaow, wo. 41* ntexcB wnunrr.
per bn
cwt
J
Hay.
Straw.
Oat».
Bran, doable bosbu.
Oracked corn.
Middlings,doable bnenel.1 00
Coarse meal.
A 1 10
7
so
n
n
Shelled corn
(4rountl
II
a nd oats
■»«*». fOÜLTST.
Print t utter, per E wholesale.I .20 • .23
Print " " " retail.26 (a .30
" wholesale
" " retail.23 Q
f^CKS, wholesale, per dassn.... .3u t*
Eirgr, retail, per dozen.
Uhickcas, alive wholesale..
Chick« a», drea«e,d wholesale.. .12
Ohick* as,alive, retail.
Ohlckcns, ^re«*ed, retail. ..
Cheese, wholesale, per ponud.. .10 4*
Cheese, retail, ".Uftfiy
r
»TO.
-1
.13
.16
14
m
:,4
.11
SHSS.
Slriom Fteaas per ponna .
Rump cteakf pur pound.30
Round fteak* per poand
Rib roaet per pound.
Chuck
Steelnu pic
Ho«iir*tr bits p«jr poand.
Shins,.
Aidney fat,per |.*»un I .
l^unb ciiopa, pur pound
Gam h rouets, |>ur pound ....
Mutton chops, ,,cr pound_
Mutton
Void cutlet*,
Veal
.-A) h 2t
.ie a to
per pound.
... .14 i$
U Q
.It
.it
6
»8
*
-■
.30
li Ö
.9. ®
K G
pot
t und
- i u; pbUXb
Spanish Macker I
w
iu* * n;
2 U 16
it
.13 O H
.20
White
Trout, jmr j
Halibut, per pound .
Uiitflsb, pt r pound
H'ack fish.
Blue fish.
V*
.16
. .1
... 12*
12>,
lfifâoîk.'.V
.16
ol
.0-^
Market
Porgeiss.
Huttu hch .
. 1
PORI KTU.
When
retail
Smoked .
Fresh Pork.
Fresh Sau
Should ert. ..
Dried beef..
.»alt Hitch...
Smoked ha- o...
Bologna 3a usage..,
IdWd.
lc
.11
.1
ef
of
ll
î sage.
16
13
.. 18
.. 12

14
I
I
.. IV H
If
10
VRDMa'ARLRB
Potato»«, 1-or
Sweet potato
Cabbage, per
Turnips, per half peck
Corn, per dozen..,
Corn, per hundred
r.aif-ptcg.
'. per half peck
o
12
.20
.10
10
I I
60
I
, per half peck.
Tomatoes, per basket.
Pear», Hartfet t per h If peck....
Pears,Harth.-tt per basket
Peaches per half peck
Peaches, per basket...
Grapes, pt
10
BO
I
% ■
21
lio
. 25
76
j .26
m
oi
Grapes, wholesale, per ft
Apples, per basket.
Apples, p
Pears,
03
60
half peck,
basket ....
---- per quart
Egg Plant.
U
20

1.00
LO
TRKE*.
'J'REEtt.
FRUIT, SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREE»
IN GREAT VARIETY.
APPLE*,
PEA 1th.
PEACHES
PLUMS,
CHKKRI EH,
RA8PBKHIREH,
Bi .ACK B ERR1F„S,
HTRsWBERRIEH
GOOSEBERRIES,
CURRANTS,
is that are kept In a first
class nursery.
for
Is
of
And all varieties of
All
■» guaranU:ed|lrue to;
■STMtn.l fur prlc«-ll«t.
iu
WILLIAM F. PETERH,
No.JJ6 West Heventh Street,
( l p vchange Building. 1
and
for
or
fluid
*J»HE
R1VERVIEW ACADEMY,
I'ELAWARE city del.
W:
A bo
Opens
board -nd
ding and day school for both sexes.
Monday, hept. 17, i«83.
Price for
Itlon |260 per annum. * o extras.
Nothing furnished by pupils. Send for circular
C. G. ALEXANDER A CO.,
Delaware City. Del.
to
I 61 2iv
WII

A Financial Success
MM
Awaits every buyer ol Men's
and Boy's Clothing at Oak
Hall. All are not equally suc
cesslul, but in some degree
every one that buys at t »ak
Hall gets a bargain.
and
TV
w
Wanamakxr & Brown.
a.
UAk Hall. (Math an«» Market «trwata
M
M
PHÎLADKLPHLA
M
may
tax
NO.
RIDICULOUS I DP. AH
ARE ENTERTAINED ABOUT PURGATIVES.
IT IS DANGEROUS 10 SCOURGE THE BT *M
AC'H, TO HASP THE BOWELS, TO PR«»S
TRATE THE NERVOUS
FURIOUS EVACUANT*.
GIVEN A SAMPLE IK THE FAMOUS SKLT
Zf K SPRING, OF W'HATTHEBI IOUtt,CON
STIPATEDOR DYSPEPTIC SYSTEM NIEDS
FOR IT» RKSTOR TION, AND IN *rtPAR
RA T'S EFFERVESCENT SKLiZFK APERI
ES r *' SCIENCE HAS IMPROVED ON NA
TURE BY COMBINING ALL THE VALUA
BLE INGREDIENTS OF THE GERMAN
FOUNTAIN IN A PORTABLE FORM, i H IS
AGREEABLE AND POTENT SALI > E AL
TERATIVE CHANGES THE CONDITION OF
THE BL OD AND PURIFIES ALL THE
FLUIDS OF THE BODY. SOLD BY ALL
DRUGGISTS
SYSTEM WITH
N.tTUHK HAS
ft AM OS.
GEO. L. WALKER
PIANO PARLORS!
83G N. Sixth Street.
H
J
[NEAR PARRISH ST., PHILADELPHIA]
ESTABLISHED i860.
NO STORE RENT TO PAY
Finest New Pianos !
b
18
I
4
At one-half the prices charged
in expensive stores.
READ THIS LETTER, WRITTEN OVER
18 YEARS A«0 HY LEADING CITI
ZENS OY RE..DING, PA:
IJKaimN<., Pa., January 26, 18ft'».
undersigned, having purchased
f, f M r,George ( . Walter, do hereby certify
e highly pleased and perfectly saltotled

the
IMa
tha
with said Piano«. They
sssa full, rich and cle
admirably. Weeheerfullv n
to those about purchasing Pit
ability, and a gentleman worthy of their con ft
• Iteautlfu 11 V tlntolled
ominend Mr. Walker
artist of
JAMES YEAGER,
HARVEY HIItrll,
A. WEBERIN ',
DAVID E. 8IOUT,
•t. H. N. -RT'tN,
J AME» T. RF.HKU,
II. ( ROIT8E,
JtollN T. CRAM,
A A KON LEIH,
MARTIN Ultnsg,
K. r. lb î AN,
ALLEN BECHTEL,
AND 100 OTHER CITIZENS.
This is only ont* letter out of many hun
dred» I have received, all of which I will
show with pleasure. Please remember
I Have No Connection
With anyPianoWarerooms
It you wish to take advantage of the in
ducements 1 offer in selling New Pianos by
the most celebrated makers at half tbe
prices charged In stores be sure to call at
the old rt liable place—GEO L. WALKER'S
Piano Parlors, 886 N. Sixth street, near
Parrish. Special bargains to-day in slightly
used Pianos from families forced to sell
11000 UPRIGHT PIANO.
$750 SQUARE GRAND PIANO.$100.
$♦550 RICHLY CARVED PIANO.$150.
$500 ROSEWOOD PIANO.$00.
MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY.
REMEMBER THE LOCATION.
—TERMS $.o MONTHLY—
GEO. L. WALKER
836 N. Sixth SLPhila.
■eptl'Mv-100
Q.UIDIC TO SUCCESS
in BUSINESiS
and SOCIETY.
The most universally useful hook ev
itolied. It tell « eoinpletely HOW TO 'DO
EVERYTHING in the best wav. ||
. .. IB»w to do business correct!
and successfully, how to act In society
everywhere. A gold mine of \arled Info
all classes for eonsUnt
spare time. To know
, d attractions fells
ettrr than any other, apply f^r terms to
STAND « iId PUBLISHING CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
pub
lawyer.
>
tlo
AtiKNT «anted for all
why this book of real value
Arch street,
tJQVOM BMAJLMMM.
gPECHT <k 8PAHH
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewer?
bottling establishment,
•ViXBw&iî œmsr**
«rtrrden by mall promptly Iliad.
FmaB|aa aw petted with bottled brer ^ put
f ~ssicr
WII
▲ ahare of your patroaag» la
MM
GRAND UNION H< »TEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant.
Oi'POMT* HA FKNN8YLVAÜ1A DEPOT,
Wilmington. Delaware.
Till* hotel la a new building, entirely newly
rnruUhiNi in a moat *l«gant style and offers
American ami y rman comfo ta. Refreshment »
and MUbl. a Hret-claaa at fhlr prices.
IIKKRY HlAftlrril, Prwprtotnr.
VJTfc HOLD IN «TURK AND IN U. S.
TV h* • N DEI» UAUFHOCHKH pur« ryt
oelebmted die
w htah.it. a rmn the fed low tue
tt??**ries
i. '»"tr.'iii àOi., Uuuuri UT7» and 4»Bne IHM».
a. H Miu ttner A Itr*»,, slay W7I.
Johti t î .)> m»u, rson A Co.. May IUT» and JuneHNW.
Ilantir OUUUlag Ck>.. Augttft U7».
«1, November Uff» and Jumi 1*40
nk [Keatlifiii, P».,> Pebr-'ary. 1>»U.
M
M
M
mm. May. MM.
itn at* vet .Nit will t*r sold either
bond or
the lowest »ark#«« ratas Sample*
may to h « h at this «tore.
tax ►
NO. MRMARRn HTRKET.
mv*.
/MAN« A K* J l.f V «X»
SEI DEN BERG'S CIGARS!
A Ï WHOLES v LE KATES.
Chas. J. H. Beckett,
1US WKST SEVENTH STREET.
tya-mc
j^NTON HENZE
124 KING STREET.
FINEST BRANDS OF.
WINES
NIEKMTEINEK KEIM1.I » G
MM) MARK A LA.
MlffMiLMERE. BTC.
Also a flue line of
LIQUORS,
And the to st brands of Havana and SKY
WEST CIGAR*.
POTH'8 CELEBEATED BKEH.
Always on hand. If you want a glass of beer A
NZK'tt I* tbe place you are looking or._
aiig?3-ir-a'> NO. 224 KING HEUE ET.
H ►
J OHN P. DONAHOR.
-BOTTLER OF
AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM M ABBE)
A CO.'H PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stoat,
—ALSO—
e Dts.ebrated Bartholom ay He« neater Beer.
Che brewings are unequalled Tor purity tr*
Baver; constantly on hand la kegs or
Puttied. Minetal waters la all
the differ« nt flavors.
b t7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMING fON, DEL.
49*PoUte and accomu-odaUng driven. Ur der»
uy mall promptly allem. ed to. Be is also connec
ted with the Telephone Exchange, and hu signal
18
I I RANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WWFWK.
—I» FACT
THEFIIREBT. RICH E»T ARM H » «T KYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
Hy the tali
bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
J
Uniform in qnalit
ty
Rich
Abflolntslypure rye.
and delicate
flavor.
A
and safe to»nli
A reliable stimulant
ë. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE RTB.
ziTtoly-ï
'^'RE
BEST GLASS
-OF
LÄÜKR BEER
-IN THE CITY, ALM>
PORTER AND ALE
ON DRAFT, AT
E. P. FR EYE'S,
NO. 17 EAST SECOND «T»E«T.
Jy23-tfl2
ilBME Ll
R]
ß
I have known and watched the
of Swift
Specific for over fifty years, and have ne
known or heard of a failure to cure Blood l oison
when properly taken. In all tnv life I have
never known a remedy that would so fully
compltoh what It Is recommend to do.
H. L. DENNARI), Perry, Ga.
We have sold Swift's Specific (8. 8. S. ) with
..tost astontohlng results. One gentleman who
used half a dozen bottles says that It ha** «lone
him more good than treatment which cost him
f1,000. Another who has used It for a scrofulous
affection reports a permanent cure from Ba use.
VAN SHAACK, STEVEN ON A CO.,
Chicago.
•1,000 RKW AKD I
Will be paid to any (chemist who will find ....
analysis of 100 bottles of H. H. 8. one partlce of
Mercury, Iodide, Potassium or any mineral sub
f tance. THE SWIFT8PECIFI CO.,
Drawers, Atlanta Ga.
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
"" to applicants.
RKPRINTEO from
VE * T EftOC
ouibkuhkdhu^h^
C*t7 wSTI
r United Prrm DSp,..», v , ,, y ** la -
Phi la i>bi.FBI a, Oct. 2 - '
•liortiy he broken in thto <.<*.
mile of Goebels Section»! Electrtr <J -° Wd
S2J5*2ß P '* aautic DUive
Tbe Goebel Company pwrpo« t 0
•f it* conduct h, »orkiTT
electric llffbt, tele~H,,n- i-Vie 1,1,1 f <
poea at it« Ut%0
»R
the produ der„e.l i min th ^ urtl1
r®®*** 9* " w *<mdutu. or .»
gitmcl eyoem, «, f» r , 0 vente, L.n
jrotinunc.-d the heat n Ô' U '*W'(
ale Superintendent o! th. , 1 " 00c
K.ptd <è*n>phny I, General M.A™'*'
Goelwl Company, and H. II
welldtuown telegraph and
tor, la treasurer. & 1 c °iHrt
Butwompanlea are being formw.1 n
the country. * ' u ™ wl »dou.
roanri
I'Lde
®n«ll
W
that
Pfovtd,
UK)
A hEfcioi'H aspect.
ora.. Lompllctloit. K IpMM Iln>
termany.
Press Dlspatcr ?.. •]„
Pari», Oct. a.-Th. , r „ uh|f
France, Spain and Germany,
the recent appointment of K - . , 01
the colonelcy o , Ullll ' V ^
by tbe Emperor of
Intuit« offcre.1 to the Ki... L '
occuUhi of hl* vWt to p, r , " '
*uu»ed a »erlouR a«p«'t ? and it u
na»y lead to grave cornp;k»tin
not only the Lower» menUoned
may also be drawn into, th*
it to (dated that the I»
regret At the »itnation
Franc«« and (
: Uni*
let»
Ml
thoug
hetwe«
Gut Amir
uripU'UautU!
°P e HX pre«6e« d«
Jo»b nmiol*n.«,i t„, m
Dtar R . ' ' A '" I 1 «).
been x »ufferer for more than .S'
refractory liver,I w u inducM r,
Bitter, with tbe era K .l r , .„j h ',"'
the tincture » (rlortou, rr.ult • • »
bnvc been RrenUy bel,„j ,. y lb , Bltlt
am not afraid to e»y no. *
Your* without a etnigtlr,
Josh btuixos.
[Vetted Freu IM.iiat. h oiutte
Pnit.AOEl.FIHA, (let, ■> _[),
Jefferies, ol tbe Woody.ni Commltt« '
soebty lor the »U[,|.ies-i.,i, ofmendicutcT 1
b»rd nt work prep» rin? for the 01» nine of tv
y»rdt tn which the society hope to furm,
m*ny homeless p.-ople with em|iloynieo
and rcacue from the woes of «poverty, Tl
scheme is in Operation iu Boston, when
hat proved a complete nucce«*.
Should be Luc«
A Uwistlug llcqte Break*. .
(United Pres* Dispatch
the Gazette.]
London, Oct. 2.—A hoistiDg rope oo
Rarnsdcn's colliery, TyldeMsv town n
Manchester, broke thto
th
'»ruing, prwl
tatiug a number of miuers to the bottom
the shaft, eix of them
* killed.
The Great HevivallMs.
[United Pirns Dispatch to tl * Gaz
New York, Oct. 2 —The steamer Al
sailed for Europe to» day. Among h» r pi
»enger» were Moody aud Sankey, the gre
rerivaltots.
c.i
VHUoaisTs.
ÇURRY POWDER,
CELERY SEED !
MUSTARD SEE]
FINEST SALAD Oil
BOTTLE WAX !
- WH LESA LE AND RETAIL BY
Z .JAMES BELT,
-APOTHECARY -
Cor. Sixth and \fe.rke! Street
W'T.MINM
$^0,000 tor
ONI) REGULAR MONTHLY HRAWINÇ
Z WILL TAKE place In the Mssouir HaH
Masonic Temple Building. In Louisville, ay*.
Thursi'ay, October 25, 18tdj
A LAWKUL LOTTEKY AMI FAIR DBA*!
i liartercd lu Un- orK);.^"a
twice dccl»re.1 lc«»l tiythc lil(ili. »t ;»unra uj
ht»tc. Bond given tu Henry ...unlM»«»'"
off loo, 000 for the prompt payment el m
sold.
A REVOLUTION IN BINGLE NUMBER
DRAWINGS.
rvlsor,
«T Every ticket holder his own sui
call out the number on hto tick« _v. ttl
corresponding number on the tng l "
wheel in his nretence. These • rnw nK»
fast Thursday ol ertrj niouia,
:
:
Read the magnificent
O TOBEIl SCHEME.
.. 130,
IJPrlze.
1 Prise.
1 Prise..
2 Prises, *2,5 0 etch
5 " L000 "
60U ** .
100 "
40 "
JD M ,
10 *•
. 10,
1 ",
100 "
200 "
B00 ••
to
i
L«» *;
•• Approxlmstton
no
200 *
ft **
ft "
in
..... - W 10 * 1
I,8fl7 Priaaa.
W HOL* TICKETS, »2.
V Tickets, |60; 66 Tickets, »1».
halfticaktp V
order* *o.1 .l.l'^'T'PI '
Kv.
N. MELCHI0B
■GUNSMITH
No. 214 King Street,
POACH«»
d Mvr-ZL*
Has for sale BUKKCll
GUNS
• trail mult« 4 ., revolver, and cyrti 'df 'fmpleni»Î
rim- nlrkel plated revolver«, « -"; frapii»*
ror breeel'-ivad'iiK uliort noli'L
natalUK tac«"e, Uepalrlniç dom at »""„.ij-ll

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