. MOHNIWO ^DUMABr.
..„hi rMldcncea w*re dwtroyed lo New
nr *'f„, I, y (Ire ye.ter.Uy morning. Lo..,
» nt of
Ti»rnnii Heilman WM fatally .Ulihed by
Ko»«, '>" datarday night, at a danco,
i!iî i awrriiceburg, Ind.
.. liarrod-liurg, Ky., on Saturday night,
„.V.'r, <;i c,It Idled Burn« .Iordan, another
®' L or* 1 >„a'i, " l K bal1 ' ,OT * trlvlal offenw '
''"r 'ii thouaand dollars were .tolen from
National Hallway paymaster at
jbctiiy "f Mexico on Sunday night hy a
f!in ',, it ( „.'a paint and lumber .to«o, In
,Ä,o. T. iinesieo, and Urconlaw'e Opera
?, .. . ikflroyed by tire laat night, In
K loss Ol about »135,000.
1 i ■nerlnl dispatch «ay. that during a fua
V o' JaekMoylllo, Kla., two brother,
„„i I,,Imp, colored, quarrelled and one
JJJt'lV other 111 tho bend, killing him In
Tiicurireon in charge of the quarantine
d.ilnn at SIlip Island report« that during
ili.rr'k ended September 2», there were 11
Egaor yellow lever and three deaths at
Hr Supreme Court of the L lilted 8tates
tnnvero 1 ot noon yesterday, but without
Flax Mills, in New York city,
tire last night to the
în M-tlnr anv bu«loc*a «I conncquencc,
jJjourin.1 "'in'll lu-ilay. All the Justice*
fere pfi'Mut. ...
At Quli " y, Illinois, ycterdav, an Osaire
„dta. dwtor- ! " * ' " '
Inji r: (Prior, named Joseph Rogers, shot
and kl'IeJ hl« »He. a whit* woman, and
[bra committed suicide. Jealousy was the
Oeorc' Chamberlain, ot Baltimore, Ohio,
at m'dnltrlit on Saturday shot and killed
Cbsrlce (ichhart, who was standing In the
mil and caillou to one of Chamberlain'a
diiisMcr« lo come out.
0a Sunday ulqbt tho cargo of cotton in
|i.. f or vvurd compartment of the steamer
Kodvini'in ul Savannah caught Are. One
bundrei and fifty bales wero destroyed by
[it tad 500 damaged by water.
While William Street, a policeman of
Uuntfilile, Alabama, waa yesterday trying
g arrest two colored men he was seized by
pncofib' ni while the other ep
D p,n wi lt an axe, killing hlm 1i
The Signal Corps at Kitty Hawk, North
Cirulhm. reports that the schooner L. W.
Hurchlson, is about 75 yards trom tho
[each . She Is leaking bet very little. The
it» Ii too rough for the salvage company to
lit his head
Durii L' :i 6cvere thui der storm at Minna
poll!*! Minnesota, on Sunday night, Jtght
iDg fctnuk the sash anti blind factory of
razor A Slu pherd, Betting it on Are. It
ruburned to the giound, with stock and
. Loss, $08,000.
wage waa received at the De
prtn.i iit oi State yeeterduy from Coneul
Eencral Dieny, stating that quiet prevails
luC.uitiii, aud that there is no truth in the
report* *1 agassi nation of United 8tates Con
ItilSeymour, who is alive aud well.
During a dance at Orillia's Plantation,
Icgueta, <la., oti Saturday uight, George
Ban!? killed William Williams, colored, by
frikiiur him on the head with a board. The
rrowd full upon Harris and beat him so
s;!v if. it he could not bo removed to Jail.
In the* Criminal Court in Washington
inlay morning couusei for cx-Senator
g*asked that the trial of tho Kellogg Star
loule e.i *o lie set for a hearing at an early
I»?. Tl • Court said ho did not think tl e
ar could bo tried before the second Mon
liy in December.
A telegram from Commandant Welch at
iel' t iicola Navy Yard, dated 6th inst.,
that three new cases of yellow fever
K- appeared, and one death has taken
lice. It has been Intensely hot for a week
u:. 'lhcre was also one now case and one
fitMn Wprrington from the fever.
Tie bMlllers' Wlno and Spirit Exchange
f»j epencil in New York yesterday. lion,
i, (ilk* v Hall delivered the opening ad
ri*'. The officers are : President, Yates
fennec' : N ice President, Charles A.Stark
lealmr. .Jr.; Treasurer, Chari* s U. Law
tnee; Secretary, James DeMandeville.
• with a recommendation of
CBoTt'I « ! Health of New Orleans, the
(Minor !;as issued a proclamation with*
nwimr the quarantine proclamation hcre
1, to take effect November 1.
fur October 15, vessels from infected ports
111 be detained not less than three days for
At ^r;t i.i the United States Electric
ilzh' ( nnjuny, Judge Maxwell iuthc Com
i;ti I'i' u- Court iu Cincinnati yesterday
Taut*'• 1 au i.rder restraining the Exiioaition
h i I is from delivering the premium
*i.rl d ! y the jurors on electric light« un
ilafmtiii r hearing has been had. It Ib
hici 1 ih.it mistakes were made by the
P hoi:- l u a mandamus to compel the
jv ;; l. Mitcnant Governor
il Mute ol Mississippi to revoke the ap
1 ol' ouc of the Commissioners of
j:.' re cent] y appointed in the counties
ti and I lines, and to Appoint one
nl political party, were filed in
1 'ne Court, at Jackson yesterday,
w *? Usual Immediately. •
' r ikr of the street car drivera which
L Wa-Mngton on Sunday on the Belt
v i \tended to all the important
**5''* !:i " vhy. Street car travel was sus
öi'-ed la.-t night after 0 o'clock on every
D j' v pt two, which wero comparatively
Wmjcij tant . More than 200 drivers and
tout 80 (ouductors have quit work. The
50 per day of 15 hours.
11 was rendered by tho Commis
ÖD* r0. Patents yesterday In the luîcrier
ol «Sawyer A Mann against Tbos.
« »I!, which involves tlie question of
™ rit y 1,1 the invention of "an incaudcs
mt conductor for an electric lamp, formed
c , piper." Tho Commissioner
, ' th* - patent to Sawyer A Maun, aud
duinir *0 reverses the decision of the
ara u! k.-piminers in Chief made July 18,
Ä *' 10 w Lich priority was awarded to iEdi
r ^7 ,lu V a| O rnoon the locomotive of a
.A tra!u 0,1 the Boston and Lowell rail
... ! Ce 3r Lowell, Massachusetts, was run
rim ' a * ri ^ lt tra fO' The engineer and
hmtw Jdrn i ,e d from the engiuo without
Joui- 71° ,l,e 8teau h and the engine
«riJi, T 1 * 1 ' w * ,ere t b® track ends, and
Ice ai ii iu l *' e ee,llir «oder the express
I, ««»e station, causing much damage,
ïeu M? r ' ^ utter » w b° w a ® in the express
b ailor slruclt ^ tlie on Bfne and died
of Stut< '. on behalf of the
)Q( ' . • yesterday notified the Commis
i„ f ( ^ ••-''•culture that Inasmuch ss cer
.! ij ' ' overnrnents have charged that
Rct5wui"\? Cts ° f the States are
on nu,. U '' J ' b , ia8e » ail(1 not proper foi cx
, u * President has decided to
»te tin. 88,00 tc> thoroughly investl
üf ,,(,rk In thl8 country, and
11 as member» of such commission
!h ln ,i|. r IP ,!!• if >rln *J Profcor C. F,
Ml' . ' y- Blatehford, F. D. Curtis
At ";;?'? 1 - '»■ Salmon,
on, m "K ol liiuik ProsliIentB, In Boc
«loptêri .V"', ►■terJay, resolutlona were
V. ', ela ™n It the opinion of the Bank
''''"elation of Boston that a
™nkrut,i "i„„ eut by Congre«* of a National
bHi bh.r '.'',l ul 'ahle In Ita provision, for
* h ® ffedltor.ln all .ectiona
*uauee ,,f ,y ' •utll.penaable to the maln
<1 ' lr ^'institute 0WC0 between banka and
They eudorsed the
poeslbly some needed
Die moat expedient and
• lui. k u .ii,, wants of the people,
to hula in w VV 8ent t0 t'fl 0 Convention to
'V ashlngton Iu aid of the bill.
C,,-.,''l' l: u " M«. lo Huy Piano..
Si »b «tw" „ alU :; r ' Plano parlors,8S6 North
"nnection u!,? r larrl *h,Fhi |a aelphl.. Ni
tsnics ,,r ' , tlar| y piano ware room, or
3 wffiuar name.
'1 to the
A <!CF.l:n OLD Bl'OAHOO.
What a Little ails. Haw as She Skipped
Along to the Spring.
I Fredericksburg sumlard.)
A roinarhable case occurred with a little
daughter of Captain William L. Pratt's, ol
King George county, last Monday evening.
About 8 o'clock she started to the aprinff,
at>out 200 yarilfe from the house,for u hucket
of water. When about half way, in passing
a peach tree near the path, an indescribable
sensation came over her. Her hair felt us
though It was standing ou end aud a heavy
pressure on the shoulders almost crushed
her to the earth. With diillculty she walked
to the apt I tier, got her water aud started
buck. Arriving at the same tree something
cainc out of the weeds In front of hcr,eroi"scu
the path and disappeared. The object ap
peared to bo moving just above the ground,
but not touching it. It was covered with
something like an old coat, with I lie sleeves
hanging down, one on each side.
Iliad was covered with short, kinky hair
aud it seemed to have no frtfo, eyes
feet. Its dbappearing iu an open space
seems to be the mystery and the f urther fact
that the \ycaknrss and pressure left the lit
tle girl as soon as it disappeared. The lit
tle girl was very much alarmed at the time
aud says while this object was passing she
could not have moved out of her tracks or
spoken if her life had depended upon It. The
mother roporis that she was as palo
Corpse when shi; reached tho house.
lier father, Captaiu Pratt, was in town
and sho feared it was a tokjn ol some acci
dent that had or would happen to him.
She watched steadily for him until he got in
sight of the house on his return, when she
clapped her hands for joy aud shouted,
"Papa Is coming." Captain Pratt says he
Is not a believer iu ghoits or supernatural
things, but this is a mystery which he cau
not explain and which is giving him much
concern. 1 he little girl is about 11 years
A YOUNG MAN'S CASK.
Mr. S. N. Hodokw, Jr., ol No, 147 Park street
Lewiston, Mo., rotates to tho followingpersonal
narrative, May 14,1883 : "About lifteeu months
slnco I had a severo attack of typhoid fever,
was very lame, and confined to my bed for
eleven weeks, and when tho fever left me I
was in a very debilitated condition. My bnck
and loins seemed to bavo no strength, and 1
had no vitality or appetite. 1 tried various
kinds of medicine recommended by my friends,
but found they did not Improve ray condition. 1
was Induced to try Hunt's llomedy which has
boon used with such great succoss hero in Lew
iston that It has a very enviable reputation of
being a most rellablo medicine. 1 purchased
oneboitle.and can date my improved health
from the time 1 commenced using it, and my
progress continued very repldly; 1 gained In
strength, and experienced less pain In iny back
my nppctlto Increased, and after using thrcc(3)
bottles ray paius were all gone, and my health
entirely rostored, and 1 can most heartily re
commend Hunt's Remedy to any who may need
a true remedy for debility, kidney or urinary
A GOOD MECHANIC.
Mr. L. J. Jones, of No. 10 Oharlos Street,
Portland, Mo ,writes us these convincing facts:
"May II, 1883. I have for sovoral years boon
troubled with liver complaint and (indigestion,
and have sulTcred at times tlrribln distress, and
havo tried many ditforent cures, so called, that
have been recommended from tlino to time. 1
one day notlood in one of our papors tho testl*
monial of a person that had used Hunt's Remedy
and been eured of dlseafes slmillnr to mine. I
purchased a bottle of one of our drug stores in
Portland, and beforo I had used the first bottle
found that I was improving beyond iny expecta
tion; have used in all six bottles, and I have no
trouble from indigestion, no distress or pain in
back as 1 formerly had; and since 1 have boon
cured ray wife has used it for kidney trouble
and It has eured her. We can both say that
Hunt's Remedy Is u blousing to any that are
troubled with kidney or liver dtse&sos, or indi
gestion. Wo gladly recommend it to our friends
or to any suflorers from liver or kldnoy disoases
and you can uso this letter as you may oliooso
for the best interest of suffering humanity."
Pale, Poor, Puny, and Pallid.
Considering ail the ills that attack
little children, it is a wonder that any
of the poor little youngsters live to
There are children who are truly
objects of pity. They seem almost
bloodless. Their cheeks are thin and
pinched; their eyes arc hollow ; and
their skin is tightly drawn over their
foreheads. There is nothing hearty
about them. They do not enjoy
their lives. They are suffering from
the debility that leads
Do a good deed for the pale, poor,
puny, pallid child. Hand its mother
a bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters.
Here is life even for the most deli
cate, the most debilitated; for the
child almost given up for dead. Iron
in the blood is what the child needs,
to bring it up. The little digestive
will recover. The pale
cheeks will fill out. The weary
groan of the child will be exchanged
for the men y prattle of infantile glad
ness. Your druggist will tell you
what wonders Brown's Iron Bitters
has done for very sick children. P
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
J. A. CONNER,
Reliable Harness and Trunk Manufacturer, bas
removed to his
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
where yon will find the largest. RS8 , < ?U ,m T e ?,« 1 2i
Harness, Trunks, Bags, et-:., In ftt-city. Ladies
and gentlemen's pocketbooksandUdles'kopplng
bags sold at reasonable prices. Prompt attention
raid to rer ainag trunk a and travaille
—T" ■* -****»mm*0tr
For the lastidious young
man we have the latest styles,
tastefully trimmed and made
equal to custom work at about
half the price.
A. C. YATES & CO.,
Chestnut and Sixth Streets,
124 KING STREET.
FINEST BRANDS OFJ
NINO M Alta A LA,'
Also a flue line of
WttST C1GAK«. brftniJ- of UäYM,Ä and KKY
POTH'S CELEBRATED BEEP,
Always on baud. If you want a glass of beer A.
HKNZE'8 Is the place you are looking <or.
NO. 224 KING BEKEET.
TOHN P. DONAHOE.
w —BOTTLER OF—
S.ND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
e Ce.ébrateü Bartliolomay Kocbeater Beer,
riie brewluga are unequalled for purity and
flavar; constantly on band in kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters la all
the different flavors.
b i7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
•FPollte and accommodating driven. Orden
Is also connec
and his signal
oy mall promptly attended to. He
w?d with the Telephone Exchange.
PURE RYE WHISKY.
THE PUREST, HIGHEST AND BEST RYE
By the gallon or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
A reliable stimulant
8. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
and delicate In flavor.
and safe tonic.
'I'HE BEST GLASS
-IN THE CITY, ALSO
PORTER AND ALE
ON DRAFT, AT
E. P. ERE YE 'S,
NO. 17 EAST SECOND STREET.
,V*!-iri 2 __
gPECHT & SPAHN
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
CORN EU FIFTH AND DUPONT STREETS,
£9"0r<lcrs by mall promptly Oiled.
bottles 6u cents a dozen.
A share of your patronage Is respectfully solic
pplicd with bottled beer; plut
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
OPPOSITE THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT,
, entirely newly
style and offers
Tills hotel Is a
furnished in a
American and G* r
and eu tables first-class at fair prices.
le2J HENRY BLOUTH. Proprietor.
W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
BONDED WAREHOUSES pure
whiskies from the followlug celebrated
A. Ovcrkolt A Co., Janunry 1879 and June 1880.
A. Gurkenhelmer Jk Bro.. May 1879.
John Gibson. Sou & Co..May 1S79 and June 1880.
Hannlß Distilling Co., August 1879.
Sherwood, November 1879 and June 1880.
Ncverslnk (Heading, l*a.,) February, 1880.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
The above s«*ods will be sold either in bond or
tax paid at the lowest market rates. Samples
may be seen at this store.
NO. 103 MARKET STREET.
SEIDEN BERG'S CIGAUS !
AT WHOLESALE RATES.
Clias. J. H. Beckett,
108 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
FRANCIS KELLY A CM
IMITATION IS FLATTERY.
Study with care the methods of the successful retail cloth
iers of the United States, trace them back to original sources
and you will find that the respectable retnil clothing trade ot
this country is largely goverened by the original Oak Hall
methods. You can well afford to believe in a house that really
leads its branch of business for this country. We do not ad
vertise specialties now. Our one great specialty is a Million
Dollar st' ck, which in its completeness meets every demand of
variety, quality, style and price in clothing for Men and Boys.
W AN AM AK EB, & BROWN.
S. E. Corner Sixth and Market.
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor
WERNER & CO.'S
Per Csee 12 Qts,
do 24 Pta.
HlhwOllNT T.N QUANTITIES.
10 Cases •
■ - 5 per cent.
• 10 per cent.
- 15 per cent.
BELFAST GINttKK ALE BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS
Pure Rye O'd Stsr Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
NEW AJ) VERT1HEMENTS.
Absolutely pure. They contain no spurious
or exhausted leaves. No Chemicals or Coloring
Matter used In their Preparation. Very valuable
' - mixing with Weaker and Cheaper China
Teas. They contain a very high percentage
Extract. They are cultivated and prepared
under the supervision of Foreigners, upon the
most approved scientific methods. Tue eaf is
manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity
of appearance throughout entire plucklngs.
They retain their valuable qualities for an un
ya«* 1 leuath °r Um«. JOHN O. PHILLU'S A
CO.. 130 Water street. New York. AgeuiH of the
Calcutta Tea Syndicate.
PF.NST O M Jt ' or wound, disease or other
OLKsno disability. Widows, minor
children and dopondent parents entitled wliou
death resulted. Claims roopenod, restoration,
Increases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob
tained. Apply at once, aelay prejudices your
rights. Feos fixed by law. Adfdross, with
stamp, the old established firm of lSDSON Sc
DO., Attorneys and Claim Agents, 917 F. Bt.,
Washington, D. C. _ jy6
PATENT.^ ANDKHSON « SMITH,
I xY. A J-ilv A ^'Solloltor of U.S. and Foreign
Patents, No. 700 Beveiith street, cor. G, opp. 1 J.
8. Patent Office, Wadilnglon, D. C. Corres
pondence solicited. N<* charge for advice,
ree charged unlc68 patent is allowed. Kciercnccf
Lewis Johnson A (Jo., Hankers ami Postmaster,
Washington, D. C, Pamphlet of instructions
Cures Plies, Itching.blind and hIeediug;B:ii-her's
Ifeh, Tetter. Salt Rheum, Ringworms, Ulcers,
Chilblains, Pimples, all Skin Diseases. The best
Ointment Iu the world. Th
Judge. All druggists sell It.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & CO., Pliiln., Pa,
people to he the
60 cents. Whole
Checks In O hours
CURES in« Days
J. P. Miller, M. D.
48 for men]
ETEOK ALARM CLOCK, with Luxnl
nons Composition Face. Time soon dis
tinctly at night,. NOTHING SEULS SO
RAPIDLY » &200 a month easily made. Send
r sample, or S-cent stamp for full partie
LOWES A FK1S1UE, General Agents,
* 2.60 for
PATENT S .
F. A. Lehmann, Solicitor of American sud
Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. Ail busi
connected with Patents, whether beforel •
Patent Office 01
Send for circular.
the Courts, promptly
made unless a patent is
J AMn CLAIMS A SPECIALTY,
jAH LJ a wakhantb. addition*
HOMESTEAD CERTIFICATES and all kllMS
of LAND SCRIP bought and sold. Large Sto* V.
and HIUHKST I'lll' EH l'nld, Do you want to
sell or buy ? If so, write to A, A. THOMAS.
Attorney-at-Law. Washington, D. C.
sdlcabledby wounds or disease,
« loe, piles, diarrhoea, rupture !osi
nd lung disease
avant by acci*
l.mmlanssi] sisters are
fasst procured where tlis
* DR. ^ ~
Electric Applîancci are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
Vlüoa, WAsrmaAVKAKKKHsiig. and all Uvo»o disoaBo»
or a Pnsom Natur* reaultlug from
Otusb Causes. Speedy relief and complyty
ration of Health, viaon and IUehooo Guaraxteed.
The grandest dlsoovery or the Nineteenth Century.
Send atone» for Illustrated 1'uuiphletfrco. Address
VOLTAIC BUT 80., M AB5HAU , MIHH.
-«—-—raw.Hr 1 n ia>, ■■ ,..
AND AFTER MON
AD Y, MAY 14, 1883, THE
NEW AND ELEGANT
For Philadelphia, calling
Chester, leaves Wilmington dally, Sunday In
cluded. from Fourth stre et wharf at 6.40 a. m. ;
returning leaves Philadelphia at 4.16 p. in., from
second wh«rf below Chestnut street. Boat can
bo chartered r-.r moonlight excursions at low
618 tl VrelKht rece,ved da ' at Philadelphia.
at Marcus Hook and
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Sail From New York Every
GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY,
Uablu passage, |00 to |80. Second cabin, tlO.
Steerage, outward, |28, Prepaid, | 21 .
LIVERPOOL 4 QUEENSTOWN SERVICE.
FUKNES81A sails Oct. 13, Äov. 17, Dec.
CITY OF HOME sails Oct. 27, Dec. 1.
BELGRAVIA sails Nov. 3.; Dec. 8
Cabin passage |60 to #100 according to accommo
dât lone. Second Cabin and Steerage as above.
Anchor Line Drafts Issued at lowust rate* are
nald free of charge In England, Scotland and
For Passage, Cabin Plans. Book of Tours,
Ac., apply to Henderson brothers. Nev
York, or SAMUEL F. BETTS. Adams Express,
or, A. D. LcCarpcnter, DuPont's Mills, Wil
FREIGHT LINES .
Philadelphia and Wilmington
Sail dally from Market street wharf, Wilmlng
*~t, and first wharf below Cbestnut street,
Philadelphia, at 6p. n, *
low as hy any other line, and carefully handled
personal supervision. Express deliv
eries made In either city by our own wagons.
Chas. Warner & Co.
Only office In the city connected with Telephone
Exchange by two wires, two transmitters and
two Indicators. m26-tf
pOR NEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
King Street Wharf, I Pier 15, East River,
Wilmington,Del., I New York,
Tuesday, Thursday, j Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, 2 p. n. | Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried as low as by any other line
New Y ork and Eastern cities.
K. AN DR EW8, Agent.
HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE f
Thi s Instrument is
tell the exact number of mlUs driven to the
l- 100 t b part of a mile; counts up to 1,000 miles;
water and dust tight; always In order; saves
larger than a watch. It
driven; Is easily attached
to the wheel of a Buggy, Carri age, Bulky,
Wagon,'Road Cart, Sulky Plo w, Reaper, Mower,
or other vehicle. Invalu able to Liverymen, -
Pleasure Drivers, Physicians, Farmers. Surrey
ors. Draymen, Expressmen, Stage Owners. An.
Price only > 5.GO each, one-third the price of
other Odometer. When ordering give diameter
of the wheel. Se nt by mall on rcceTpt of prlceV
poht paid. Address, "
MoDONNKL UDOMETER GO.,
2 North La Balle St., Chicago.
gSFSe.'d ior Circular.
W I LLI A M Ö
These remedies have a world-renowned
reputation, and if once given a trial will
quickly prove their superior qualities.
PRICE LIST :
A GENERAL CONDITION POWDER,
FOR WORMS, PE K PACKAGE
FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS, TENDER CORNS, AND GEN
ERAL LINIMENT, PER BOTTLE - . 7
FOR 8PKA1N8 BELOW JOINT, CURBS AND SPLINTS
FOR WOUNDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
FOR THRUSH . . .
FOR EYE WATER
FQd WARTS ...
FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES -
FOR COLIC - .
35 Cl NT8.
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
hard drive to prevent the animal from being
feverish. It is indispensable in colds and
This is the only sure remedy ever used
for those anoÿing pests. If the animal 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
FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS,
Tender Corda aud a general Liniment. This
is the best liniment in the world, and is used
by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to
FOR SPA V I FT
below the joint. A horse spavin can be re
moved and the hair restored in six weeks.
A bog spavin can not be removed, the only
relief to the animal is to give him a high
heeled shoe. Wounds of every description
can be healed by these remedies.
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
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.
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 to 6 hours and
if there are no other complications no horse
need ever die with colic under his treatment.
-FOR SALE AT
THE NIGHT PHARMACY,
402 MARKET ST.
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