New York Worbt. 3
n vou're waking call me oarly, call me early,
h' nharlle dear.
io- morrow la aleetlon day, tho merriest In
u ,, h a U vJ III our all ready and the suda
* »retted uo right,
I, win üreivsot»»« slide to victory and will help
1 us In thafl*hfc # #
,1,^*1)110111 I»e early, Charlei, tou'aoon
luehaday, , , „
oih™ f)SP K» T " P |B0B u prloolples and der
Wb, mm F . "id tKelrMyO
»umljnol a kindly act t. roam mena
,uu faoif.now.il do.ply In row. for which
..i, a tty anl ih. baby" «chôme yon thought
not ko down with Demooi ota—
wliV 1 fell;
soldier diary racket, too, took badly with
I ho crowd —
.I lot the thing alone, the rocorl was
1 wish y
early, Charles, to-morrow
soon I Und It doesu't
u . i d not call
or next day.
This thing of getting up
.the latest figures, Charles? Twolve
thousand —Is that all*.'
iv»n t veil think the snow a little deep so early
in the fall ?
MOKN1MU HUM HA ICY.
Fonrora are operating on tbe bunk. and
bnsliiou Arma In Newport, Rhode Island.
The Governor General and the Princes.
Louise will leave Ottawa on next Monday.
The President ha. recognised Anlbal Gon
u l,., ae Consul of the United State of Col
ombia at Philadelphia.
option was (riven to Lord Coleridge
lu the Ac ademy of Mualc. last evening by the
jie« fork liar Association,
The Mississippi Sla'o Board of Health
ralfiday received notice that a genuine
cme of yellow lever has occurred at Ocean
Afire In Pittsfield, Massachusetts, yester
day, destroyed tho barnaofEdward Leonard
,nl the block owned by Mr. Burbank and
occupied by several firms.
Prominent wine merchante of San Fran
cisco say Gils year'a wine crop will bo 40 per
cent, less than supposed, and that tbe total
peld will not exceed 10,000,000 gallon..
Three dredge, aud pile drivers with a
large number of workmen have arrived at
fiudwicli, Maseachuaetta, and work will be
commenced at once upon the Cape Cod Ship
Two freight trains on the Chicago and
Northwestern railroad collided near Hanover
throe engines, 12 cars
The Sécrétai y of the Interior yesterday
accepted the resignation of Edgar A. Mar
ble, Commissioner of Patente. The position
bis been tendered to Hon. Benjamin Butter
worth, of Ohio.
Secretary Folger says it Is probable that
he will soon issue a call for 3 per cent.bond. r .
Amo estimates have as yet been prepared,
itczui.nt be said what will be the amouutof
the proposed call..
The schooner Coptic, which sailed yester
dzy Irom Sun Francisco for Hong Kong.cur
rhd away nearly 1,200 Chinamen. It Is
mM every one of tho number carried off
with him from $500 to $1,000.
Tbe first through train over the Northern
Picific Kali road passed through Pittsburg
pterday en route ior New York, contain
lag2 (h) Oregon pioneers, not one of the
piny having settled In Oregon later than
George Cromer, a carpenter, In West Wil
low, Pinna., was seized with an apoplectic
It while working on the upper floor of a
tailding yesterday, aud falling between the
after?, he was caught by the neck strangled
to death. *
"Jack ' McCabe, an escaped convict from
At Kingston, Ont., I*cniteutUry,was traced
toPort Hope. Constable Rsnkln attempted
to fcffect his arrest on Wednesday ulgU,
»heu McCabe drew a revolver, hut the con
ttoble fired lirst, killing McCabe,
i C.F. Dewey, the alleged Bostou forger
petted in Sun Antonio, Texas,was released
n$10, ÜUJ bail# Police Inspector Hauscom
Isa gone to Sun Antonio, hut it Is (eared
that Dewey has escaped over the line into
DlfXico, la which case it will he difficult to
I A lire occur 1 id early yesterday morniug
rooderneath the kitchen, In the Brevoort
Bouac, New York. Croat difficulty was cx
piinoi l with tho female servants,
r*rep*i>lu stricken and threatened to Jump
pom the windows to the street. The loss
and killing one of the
Actboosc of a freight train, left standing
I the main track at W» pokoncta, Ohio, on
Jtowduy night by a negligent conductor,
toitruuk by un engine of a paesepgcr
Mb wrecking the uabooto, engine and
$W*car, seriously Injuring the fireman
Mslightly hurling the englueer.
Jimos V. Buscy and William Unrig, ward
NUiclai.a ol baltimore, had a dispute yes
M*y> when both drew pistols and t öm
wcea firing. Busey received two balls In
"•niiuiid one Jn the stomaçh, which Is
•«ounce,! latal. Harlg was untouched.
vJMauder was wounded in the arm.
A dispatch from Ottawa, Ontario, says
5irJnhn a. MacDoDalti has been un
u lor the county of Lennox on account
by bin agent at the last election.
" u elected for two constituencies,
.... '• Lari ton. He will now repre
Bmi«* J'ouuty of Carlton In the House of
J»nle Noon died in 8eranton, Pa., yes
öm?h, r0m ,lie a shock resulting
illpri B*iî n,i i UI,<ement b y a Mend, who
tJ!r, r h , OU8e la8t week, that she had
mir»»» û» ( l eath ' The friend expressed
KmL* '«"'K M| M Noon »live,
Hkii.ii '"".Vf lai r.ted, and remained un
Î™ 08 until lier death.
.cfiïl" 1 Tilnc Tabic Convention beean
-re'.i K.! and la attended by
»Jt in « rrom ''«»fly every Important
tin» Il t le " unlr y- I" addition to ar
".'""'f tlme-tablea, It la pro
tn rï« 1 d< ; ,lnltu action on the adop
i tiiorwf.. l | Ua ' 1 8 t ! lrou 'fhout the country
j, 1 : Plan for uulform time stand
*UUrif y ' at ^ ac hlas, New York, the
in P , men attempted to place
Cru A J ( : f the property of Niplcr
' stranir en 8ued and Edward
«tK the foreman or the telegraph
ind. Ann1h PckÄX0 » a fatal
»rm P. J , r man «tabbed Napier in
ed. ' risto18 w «re fired and a riot fol
" t.mrihn '! '''«Il.'iulti'lV Afsoclalloa
Henlav \ U ' n Uoui* ville, Keotucky,
,i ".' ' tl,j\, re8 ? lutlon WttB ftdopted de
Buna, ,■ 1,0 l «t« r e»t8 of tho country
fcme 8 P e edy enactment by Contres.
°l commerce ainonf» tho
Knio n ! V 'i < ;l lt ,Hr debtor and creditor
Mel t .'"''country." Ofllcers wore
Hréeldcnt. Ke ' ° f Chlc, K°> belD K
""«auk«. 0 iï loon Kcc perä' Convention
"»"Mvtro,:.. 5 ,™" 610 * yesterday, roso
>y,r» declaring that, as heavy
lilt»,' "re eutillod to tho same
"Uly \\ Vi? ° thcr hu "'eess men, cs
'IW S'.t... are ri'cogntzed by the
tf'taatc hi , 8 1 ' ,0 ''ernmcnt as engaged In
l*»4ue tön "', and " that drunkenness
kt| U«lBjon^!? on, > but ,0 th0 Uck of
iw U80n ' * ho e' ot and killed
l »iîo l W '' '•• 4t Dsnville, Ya. t a few
«friiäv. Tn.. 0U ,!ie ehargeof murder
«WI1,*. u "°,i ur T returned a verdict of
SWwtrS;??* «round, that there was
« J en 1er thfi«.. th , ea rrest of Ferguson,
! U a riv ÎV" ?"* of th ® c °urt,that
U."**« "ffloc •w t h n defe J d hlm ** lf i even to
C" UU » a rr a '.t 0 " delT0 " d 10 " r6,t
new cases of fever at
Brcwt# n, À' hut*®, y 8 l cr<lay. Woven ca* 8
•re un 1er treatme it The Health Officer
telegraphed .to Mobile Cor assistance, ami
four nurses were sent. White the fa'al caaes
ara tha'a terized by black vomit, physicians
a)em more thou ever convinced that the ffls
euao la a severe type of hemorrhagic ma
laria. No physician w
cases ban dec tied tha*;
Mr. Troogert, section boss on the Milwau
kee and St.raul road, was riding yesterday
on u hand car with hla wife and baby, bis
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Trougcrt, her nua.
band and child. When near Wausau, Wls
conslo, the hat of the elder Mia. Trougeet
blew off, and In attempting to grasp It her
baby slipped out of her hands in front of
the car and waa killed. The car was thrown
from the track and ■'burled some distance.
Both women are probably fatally iujured,
and the other child will dir.
bo has examined the
the disease la yellow
A WOMAN'* AFFAIR.
Mks. N If. Small, Ur* wifo of the popular
deputy »liorlir and assessor of Toptliam, Me.,
writes ua on May 15,18W: "That she had boon
aovorely ufliloteil during several years with kid
ney and liver disease, accompanied with severe
pains and backache.. Having tried many so
o.ilied cures, and medicines, and doctor's pre
scriptions, without receiving any benefit, and
while seeking for a oure, she noticed the adver
tisement of Hunt's Remedy and decided to try
it. Having bought a bottle at Mr. Johnson's
drug store, commenced using It with such flat
tering results that she continued Its use, and
after using only five bottles the improvement
In her hoallh Is
most valuable and reliablo mcdicluo; and she
most cheerfully recommends Hunt's Remedy to
all, au.l especially to females who
with the complaints peculiar to tho sex."
marked that she wishes all
afflicted in like manner to knot* of this
A FAMILY II LK8S1NU.
Under date of May 10, 1883, wo have received
tho following information from Mr. Lorbuzo
Lombard, of 18 Charles street, Portland, Me.
Mr. Lombard says: For several years past I
have been troubled with severe backache and
pains In tho side, and when I would llo down I
oould not rest woll. as it seemod impossible for
me to get in an easy p'sttlon; aud my aches
und pains increased constantly to such an ox
tent that I became convinced that 1 had a dis
ease of tho kidneys fastened to me, and after
having used doctors' proscriptions and many
of the so-called cures without getting any bono
flt, I w s persuaded t*y a noar neighbor, Mr.
Jones, to try Hunt's Remedy, as himself and
wifo had boon greatly benefited by itsuses.and
many others of our acquaintances spoke of its
merits in the highest t erms. I decided to try
It. nnd purchased a bottlo at Nichol's drug store
nnd a soon as 1 had taken a few doses of it the
pains in my hack were relieved, and aftor tak
ing three bottles my sidoacho and lame back
cured, and loan truly testify that Hunt's
Remedy Is an articlo of great merit, and will do
nil that Is claimed for it, and 1 know of many
other people In Portland who have found a cure
in Hunt's Remedy after all ethers failed to do
any good, and I recommend It to all who have
kidney or liver dlseaso, hoping that this may be
the means of relieving some sufferer who does
not know of the merits of Hunt's Remedy/'
f DR. ^
ElKtrlc Appliance» art tent on 30 Dayi 1 7 rial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OR OLD,
W HO are suffering from Nanvors Debility,
Lost Vitality, Lace or Nervi Force aud
Vioon, Wasting Weaerrssm. and all those diseases
of a personal Nature resulting from Asvass and
OTHER C a usas. Speedy relief and oomplete resto
ration of Health,V iooB and Manhood guaranteed.
The grandoat discovery of tho Nineteenth Century.
Send at onco for Illustrated Pamphlet froo. Address
VOUAI« IUT 60., MAH8HAU. Win H.
You Cannot Buy It In the
What an absurd idea it is to send
a sick man, with an ailing stomach,
a torpid liver, and impoverished
blood, to a bar-room to swallow
some stimulating stuff, and call it
An enormous amount of mischief
is constantly done by men who thus
trifle with themselves. Instead of
healing their diseases, they make
them worse.,- Instead of gaining
strength they only acquire the dis
graceful habit of tippling.
It is â point worth noting in con
nection with Brown's Iron Bitters,
that this valuable medicine is not
sold in bar-rooms, and will not be.
It is not a drink. It is a remedy.
It is not made to tickle the pala
old topers. It is made to heal
ease. It is not made to promote the
good-fellowship of a lot of bibulous
fellows standing around a bar and
asking each other, "What will you
take?"5ilt is a true tonic; an iron
medicine containing the only prepa
ration of iron which can safely and
beneficially be taken into the system.
For the fastidious 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
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY.
N*W UliLKAKS, August 1. 188».
TO THE PUBLIC
Invertiert. far Youra.lv».
Postmaster-General Gresham hav'ugpublish d
a wilful and malicious falsehood in regard to the
character of The Louisiana State Lottery Com
pany, the following facts are given to the public
to prove hi • statement, that
fraudulent business, to be false and untrue i
Amount of prizes pal * by the Louisiana ttate
Lottery Company from January 1,1879^ to present
Paid to Southern Express Co., New
Orleans, T M. Wescoat, Manager....*,866.300
Paid to Louisiana National Bank, Jos.
H. Oglesby, Preside t...
Paid to State National Bank,
». IC. Kennedy, President. 128.100
Paid to New Orleans National Bank,
A. Baldwin, Pre-ident. 88,500
Paid to Union National Bank, 8. l-'hsr
Pain to Citizens' Bank, E. L. Carrière,
Paid to • ertnanla National Bank, Jules
Paid to Hibernia National Bank, Chas.
Pa frey, Cashier.
Paid to Canai Bank. Ed. Toby. Cashier
Paid to Mutual National Bank, Joseph
Mitchell, Cashier.. 1
engaged in a
Total paid as above...
Paid In sums of under fi,ooo at Um
various offices of the Ooorpaay
throughout the United Btatcs.
Total paid by all..
For the truth of the above racks we refer the
public to the officers of the above-named corpor
ations, and for
Mayor and Officers of the City of New Orleans, to
the State authorities of Louisiana, and also to
U. B. Officials or Louisiana. We-claim to be
legal, honest and oorrect In all
staudlng Is conceded by all who will investigate,
stock has for years been sold at our
Board of Brokers, and owned by many of our
bei t known and respected citizens,
M. A. DAUPHIN, President.
ft, ML wo
legality and standing to the
as any business in the country. Our
•»-CAPITAL, P11I2E. 775, !>«.-**
• t<fcets, oulj* |6.
Bharcs in proportion.
Louisiana State Lottery Co
"Wcdo hereby certify that we supervise thi
tr rangements for all the Monthly and fieml
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery
Company, and in person manage aud control the
Drawings themselves, and that the same are_
tuoted with honcaly, fairness, and in good ialth
'oward all parties, and we authorize the ecm
;>any ta use this certificate, with Am-slmles o
uir signatures attached. In its advertisements."
Incorporated In 1868 for 15 years by the Legisla
ture for Educational and -Charitable purposes
with a capital of f1,000,000—to which a reserve
fund of over |55O.000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its francbist
was made a part af the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. I)., 187».
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsee
by the people or any State.
It never scales or postpones.
ITS GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS
ake place monthly.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
FORTUNE. ELEVENTH UKANir.DBAWING.
('LAHR L, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY.
NOVEMBER mb, 1883.-182-1 Monthly Drav •
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH
FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS in PROPORTION.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
l CAPITAL PRIZE
1 GAFITAL PBIZF.
2 Prize« of
20 Prize» of
100 Prize» of
800 Prises of
500 Prize.» of
1,000 Prize» of
• Approximation Prises of OTO
• •• " Bno
I I B
1,967 Prises, amounting to.(285, W
Application for rates to clnbs should only be
made to the office of the company in NewOrleanv.
For further information write clearlv, giving
full address. Make P. Ü. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
POSTAL NOTES and ordinary le.ters by »fail
or Express.sllsrinsof|5 and upwards by Ex
press at our expense) to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, |La.
0r ' "■ Wa.hln.tor, n. O.
OOB, SEVENTH AND JEFFEBBON STB.
Best grades or
FLOUR, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.
We have "Ivaiaer," from Bremen; "Pilsen" from
Bohemia, and "Culmbach" from Bavaria.
"WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION.
-WC HAVE ALSO
Kochester," Stoeckle's and Fehren
bach's Stock Lagers.
INDIA PAIE ALES, BROWN STOOT & PORTER
-WE BELIEVE UNSURPASSED
SODA W ATEES!
AS FOLLOWS :
Tonic Beer, Champagne Nectar Cider, Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla,
Lemon. Alan White Wine and Cider Vinegars.
FOORD BOTTLING CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Orange Streets,
J OHNMEALE Y?
NQ. 205 MARKET STREET.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware lor
WERNER & CO.'S
Per Cm« IS
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES,
10 Cases •
- - 5 per cent.
• 10 per ceat.
- - 15 per cent.
BELFAST GINttEK ALB BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOFING,
Metal Work and Jobbing of Every
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges and the "Favorite Heatei '
JAMES F. WOOD & CO.,
FRONT AND ORANGE SIB.
STEAMS a IE LINES•
UNITED STATES HAIL STEAMSHIPS
Ball From New York|Every
GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY,
passage, f*) to fSO. Second cabin, fM*.
Blecrage, outward, |28, Prepaid, |2i.
L1YEBPOOL Sl QUEENSTOWN SERVICE.
- ITT OF lliiME safls Oct. 27, Dec. 1.
BELGRAVIA sails Nov. 3. Dec. 8
FUBNE3S1A sails Nor. 17, Dec K.
Cabin passage (CO to f 100 according to arrowmo
il -llonB. Second Caldu and Steerage an above.
Anchor Line Drafts issued at !ow«st rales are
paid iree or charge in England, Scotland and
For Passage, Cabin Plans. Book of Tours.
4c., apply to HENDERSON BROT H If KB. Rev
Pork, or SAMUEL F. BETTS. Adams Exprès
Tj A. D. LeCarpcntcr, Du Pout's Mills, WH
AND AFTER MON
ADY, MAY 14, 186», THE
[V AND ELEGANT
For Philuilelplil.a, railing
Clicster, leaves Wilmington dallv, Sunday in
eluded, fr» m Fourth street wharf at 4.40 a. m.;
reluming 1« ivea rhlladeljilila at 4.15 p. in., from
second wl ar below Chestnut street. Boat can
be chart« red f r moonlight excursions at low
. Freight received all da» at*Philadelphia.
at Blarcus Hook and
J-OR NEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
Street Wharf, I Pier 15, Eaet River,
711mtsirtoD,Del., I New York,
Tuesday, Thursday, I Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, 2 p. —. | Frldaya, 4 p. m.
Freight carried a« low &« by any other line
New York aud Eastern eitle«.
E. ANDREWS. Agent.
Philadelphia and Wilmington
8all dally from Market street wharf; Wilming
ton, znd first wharf below Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, at 6 p. m.
as low as by any other line, and carefully handled
under our personal supervision. Express deliv
eries made lu either city by our own wagons.
Chas. Warner & Co.
Only office in the city connected with Telephone
Exchange by two wires, two transmitter«! and
two indicators. _ m28-tf
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
J. A. CONNER,
and Trunk Manufacturer, has
removed to his new store,
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
where yon will find the largest assortment ol
Harness, Trunks, Bagaet?.. in the city. Ladles
sad gentlemen's pocketbook sand ladles «hopping
nags sold at reasonable prices. Prompt attention
»aid «o rsrsirluf trunk« and travsUr.g boss,
2 i .T* Ä „1 I* 8 » W.'* blind Ot bleeding; Harbor 's
fe t' r , Bolt 1(114-11111, Hing womit». Ulcer?,
g UhUbinlna. p'mplea,nil Ski t Uiseisc^. The be.t
Ointment In t»e world. The people to be the
j AH druggists tc:l it. 50 ten s. Whole
S JOHNSTON. HOLT OWAY * CO
PATEN T S
,F. A. I.chmatin. Bollrltor of American .uil
Foreign Patents, tv astiuieton, 11. ( . All best
.. , s , connected with patenta, » hi ther before l
raient Dmce or the Courts, promptly aUcnncrl
Send fo 0 rS"£'".' deUnlC "*' ,, " t,nl ù ' eo " rc ' 1 -
! TaANH CLAiMS A SPECIALTV,
I of LAND SCRIP bought and sold. Large Sto
ami HIGHEST PRU is Paid, Do you want ^
sell or buy / If so, write to A. A. THUMA .
; Attorney-at-Law. Washington, D. C.
PENSIONS 5? r y oun <l.dlee»»oor other
l kl „ ' , ° dirnbllity. Widow., minor
children and dependent pnront. ontltlod when
death resulted. Claims reoponod, restoration
lucreasos, bounty, back pay and discharges
talned. Apply at onco, delay prejudices your
rights, lees fixed by law. Addrres, with
stamp, the old established firm of JhlDSON &
UO , Attorneys and Claim Agents, 917 F. St
Washington, D. O. )y0 *
PATENTS andkrson a smith.
, YT 1 ^?' SoUoltor of a "d Foreign
Patents, No. 700Seventh street, cor. G, odd.
S. Patent Office, Wa hlngton, i). C. Correa
nondeuce solicited. No charge for advice. No
fee charged unless patent Is allowed. Keleren es
^ anke . r ? * D 'i Postmaster,
W^hlngton, D. C, Pamphlet of instructions
Check» la 0 hoars
CURES las DaYS
J. P. Miller, M. D.
M ETKOB ALARM CLOCK, with Lumi
nous Composition Pace. Time seen dis
tinctly at night. NOTHINO SELLS SO
RAPIDLY, tiaoo a month easily made. Send
82.60 for sample, or 8-oent stamp for tell partie
alar». CLOWES A rKlSBIE,<Jeaeral Agents,
i anl 8-1-14 _Waterbary. Conn
Absolutely pure. They contain no spurious
or exhausted leaves. Nothemlcals or Coloring
Matter used in their Preparation. Very valuable
ior mixing with Weaker and Cheaper China
Teas. They contain a very high percentage o!
under the supervision of Foreigners, upon the
most approved scientific methods. The leaf is
manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity
of appearance through
They retain their valuable qv
usual length or time. JOHN
CO , 130 Water st: ect. New York. Agents of the
Calcmita Tea Syndicat*.
cultivated and prepared
O. PHILLIPS A
wound* o» diseuse.
NSlssasswburfb'^* 4 *
LtsodMMSBDd listers si*
wslIJ wi tw i ,
VETERINARY REMEDIES !
These remedies have a world-renowned
reputation, and if once given a trial will
quickly prove their superior qualities.
PRIC ELIST ;
A GENERAL CONDITION POWDER
FOR \V< RMS, PE « PACKAGE
FOR FI*TULA, SPRAIN8, TENDER CORNS. AND GEN
ERAL LINIMENT, PER BOTTLE - ' 7 " sn rvMT*
FOR SPKAINS BELOW JOINT, CURBS AND SPLINTS BO CENTS
^H V Â D n 30FEVERïDE8CR ™ • - * i g
FOR EYEWATER . . _ 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
FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES
This is the only sure remedy ever used
for those anoying 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 Cords and a general Liniment. This
is the best liniment in the world, and is used
by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to
below the jo inf. A horse spavin can be re
moved and the hair restored in six weeks.
spavin can not be removed, the only
relief to the animal is to give him a hi «h
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 never
be troubled again.
FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES.
This is now the only safe and sure remedy
in use. 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 colie. 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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