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■S«»""" »Sasisssr „.„„^omnst^UredudeleU -2,1 S' j;?"* " e " htt lB * ffi'U^bs^hmt eholoe^ln the betting, W f.H he ors tbo seesen s close »nd we who va». renssmbsr A K»t though you're now forlorn, Ä etil, ofsnekers *£oa lu m m srtiins I- bora ^ luiKNIl« «* IHIMM AMV. Hodfrev & Clerk'S paper mills at Elkhorn, , were bumod yeeberday. Lose, 'micrctary Tel 1er .yesterday received a tele iSfrom Hnn. Bi-uJamln Butterworth, of Jo srorpilog the position of Oommls loj'e: ol Patents. Tbe Corosn Embassy will lsave Washing ™ to J*y lnr 8a, ' Prsneisco. One of the ™ l„. f win remain In thla country for a Jjncol Ind uction. r„ 10 the clone of buslnou yesterday the wxnrv Department had received for re rtnotlon flit,Oil,200 United Sûtes bonds ? din the 191st call. TbeicliooniT Nellie Gardner, with a cargo (»ro for Buffalo, went ashore on South L, in Thunder bey, Michigan, yesterday l0 rnlng, and la e total loss. The crew wero red. glam Saturday there have been flva deaths 1 the prevailing fever at Browton, Ala ,. Fever experte have arrived there, but act, as yet, decided as to the nature btlwdlarsac. I Thieve«, supposed to be the Barnards end biuklort, who escaped from the Lancaster III, ,rc opiustlng 011 tbe weetern border of Crk> county. I >n Sunday night two bone* had live carriages were etolen. The cun I est over tbe election of three prcctora of I he Ohio and Mississippi rallroed terminated yesterday by a compromise, tbe praetors dieted being Bobert Garrett, Hnrdi Whitaker and James H. Smith. 0a Sunday the two span bridge on tbe Centra] railroad, near Aguaa Oallentes, Mexico, tell, carrying with It a construction nf IS cars sod two engines. Engin |srs Dite. irvand Hopklne and three Meal jeans si-re killed* I T ie Secretary of the Treasury yesterday Idecfdcil that the ad valorem duty on cigars III 10 be based upon the value of tbe cigars IMinllng the v-lue of tbe boxee, that Is, tbe nluenl the cigars 1* to bs taken In tbelr box«] condition. Almut one hundred end fifty survivors of Ihr tint sud second battles of Bull Run, In dudli.g many prominent officers, visited the Mlhstile flild yesterday to assist In tbe col union of data upon which to found a his tory of iho Erst Army Corps. Ambrose Wilson, City Marshal of Badie rl!lr. K'nturky, was shot and killed by Ui«« Creighton. Fie was trying to put p Ighton, who was drunk, on a borae and twit Mine hnire, wi cn Creighton became ■nr; and filed three shots at tbs Marshal, tilling him. Title deed* have been filed In Texarkana, in, In tbe nime of J. F. A J. C. Kirby, to pi uns of land. Including most of the land nsblch the Arkansas aide of Texarkana Is hi Tbe deeds are filed under tbe old wisp land grant, and It I* understood suit bpwcMton will be begun, frank R. Bberwln, lately President of the Xiiut'll Land Grant Company, waa ar leml 111 Albany, New York, yesterday, 1 charge of having converted to bleown 110 bonds of the original company, each of toe value of ÿWO. Toe suit la brought at tkindanceof stockholders living In Amster* bra. Ball was fixed at (75,000. Telegrams received from Bradford, Pa., ey that Ihr Rochester end Pltieburg mine it Beac h Tree was reopened yesterday morn tog, art that the strikers had not at tern pled toliterfero. This was thought to be duo to Ike hit that armed Pinkerton detectives es certed the men to the mines, after which Iky »ere a>signed to picket duty In tbe vicicity. Within two months 43 Incendliry fires ktvc occuri eil at Lyucbburg, Virginia. Last tie lit incendiaries cut the tire alarm wire ' carriage de pollory, ai d another building In tbe vt ehlty, hut the flumes were discovered and wm extinguished. The police force has km Increased, bat the incendiaries hive 'bus 1er e&capej detection. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, was vleltod by a «sry rain storm, accompanied l>y thunder "I lightning, on Sunday night. The new »taof the Miller Organ Factory was .truck bylichlnlng and badly damaged. The barn «I Reuben L. Light was also struck and de iftoyel, and the steeple of Zion Chureh was latucrt'd. Cellars were filled, with writer »cd streets were overflowed. * report from Safe Harbor,about 10 miles Iran Lancaster, Pa., of the death by hy «ophtibla nf a five-year old son of John ,"h he w as bitten by a dog on Sep 1.®"'! 29 He was seized with convulsions •Milledyesterday morning. "At intervals * »at conscious and recognised his parents, mt when ,eized with convulsions be foamed "tbe mouth,srapped,snarled, barked like a S' 11 trlcd to blt0 scratch those TLoawltchmen on all railroad» centering »I. Louis and East St. Louis, entered • tei'eral strike for shorter hours and »Üü r ,ü 1 ! 1 '''' 9 at ni>on y sterday. They de in!«? ^ "" lrB a " a l,# f'* worll t extra pav numhivs, and 30 cents per hour for all lir ,' ,vtr I 0 hour«, besides (05 per month ki,,K l1a y*- The strikers number "" "• Th0 »"-Ike will probably Louli* b<Klla ' le of Ifelght In Kaat St. ■I m ■ rt I: ■Mut fire to Elliott & J. ii. V ■riî?S aT e. nllr ht Aunnstu* Oawles, Trea tton Hit 1 1 wuy Conductors' Assocla «n ',i „ Acht- nacht, a conductor tohhert . M , lss " url Pacific railroad, were I,.,.,. * at ,h, ' muikl* of cocked revolver, by I«». o " i " n '' n ' on t * lc kaw river brldire, SJU® Kansas City and Wyandotte. The io*.. I* o ' " h * c '' * >l< * '' een subscribed Cm»..,I 11c ei . 1, . < ' rt nlnmeut ol the National «Sen» I v" 01 K * llw "y Conductors, which 7 11 k »"«m City on to-morrow. «toi. | J '"'7' ,TOra ® an Francisco says that •ere •li" 11 ' , v, ' b,-1!n vxpressed that Chinese f"«" Chinese bolt ii ' ?! the fssfrlctlon act. A loop litt't Jf.'î ' ' haa bei,n louod under the Uv, 1 l»rmlt* Chinamen, other then »lib/' "'"T lf th< -y ho piovlded ment .. r! n '' atu from ,h ® Chinese Ot vern lug n ,|p., u ' n ' ß \n other than labor The Hlo Janeiro on Saturday ■aWtSfle^*""' 17 hold,n « tradc - «wlmen 0h - Bley auJ J » m 'S Maloney, two « freie)., we ™ tepalrlnp some damaire to Dt,,',,'" "»»ched to a train standing: at "o Suiiii»» 01 .'.' on tbe fshusylvanla railroad, Bley Shglneer stAried the train, "rushed T y 1 ed an! * Maloney terribly tte Bo . »A. wou »ded man was laid upon fe .udJent " e . < ' DKlne ' Cr ** w ' w,th P a,n - thrnitt,, J uni ped up and threw the * lll > fetnui op ?J. - Th ® tnsr,R * ''»^«d i'tfr »ol'"!. r "l'lfilty down the Frede. ttlTe *n,i ri» x mile * Maloney closed the t. unc °nsolous to tbe floor of «eovery. lbtrc "r® hut slight hopes of hie steamers e.i.»J"| , î T8r0RI> - Ma8 »-. Sept, as, 1875. tw?* 4 ta| t®n Hop Bittere aad recom '»neflchi 01 to »6 I found them very STwiL, Mra. J. W. Tullsr, ,n * ^^rtetian Temperanee Union. How a Plg Mikd. a Prortdant. t Bofctuu Olotx. J About thfs Mme fu knots about thn luosi CO wt"." d »foiina dépota and botelt, whan political atorlea are ln order, you will oc* catlonally hear tome old «tagrr remark that 'a pin once made Andrew Jackson Presi dent. It was never roy fortune to meet one who could remember how It came about but In a copy of the American Traveller for Deoember Ul, 18S9, being volume IV., No. ou, I had all the particulars, which 1 espy for the benetltoftbe Society for the Perpet uation of Old Stories. It appears that away back In the early dawn ol the nineteenth century. In the town ofOranstou, B. I., Mr. Somebody's pig smelt a cabbage lu a neigh bor a garden—he rootod through the fence end demoralised said garden— —the garden owner sued llie plg'e pro prletor—James Burrill wee the proeecutlng attornoy—the pro.ocut.lng attorney wee e candidate lor the United state* Senate—Uie Senator was choseu hy the Btato Legislature —In that body there was a Ue, occasioned by tbe sbsence of one of BurrlU'a party,who etayrd away on account ol laweult aforesaid —the said Uo was unravelled by tbo casting vote of the Spoakor In favor of Burrlll'e opponent, Jeremiah B. Howell—Jeremiah voted for the wer, which Jemes would not have done—the war was made by a majority of one In the National Senate—tbat war made General Jackson popular—that popn larlty gave Jackson the Prealdency. A WOMAN'S AWASH. Mas. N. B. Small, the wtfa of the popular deputy sheriff sud assassor of Topsbam, Mo., w-ltes u» on May U, 1SSX: ''That «bo had been severely effllctad during sarsral years wltbkid ney and liver disease, eecompsnled with severe pains and backache. Haring triad many so called oures, and medloluea, and doctor's pro sorlptlons, without receiving any benoQl, and while seeking far e cure, she noticed the adver tisement ol Bant'* Remody end deolded to try ft. Moving bought e bettle et Mr. Johnson's drugstore, commcnood using It with such flat tering results that ehe continued Its_ ~ after using only five bottles tbs Improvement In her health Is so marked that she wishes all who an sfflloted in like manner to know of this me« valuable and tellable mod loins; and the moat choerfblly recommends Bent's Remedy to ell, end especially to females who are troubled with the oomplaiats peculiar to the sag." A FAMILY BI KS9INO. Under date of May 10, 1888, we hart reeelred the following Information from Mr I*>iumo LoicBvrD, of 18 Charles street, Portland, Me. Mr. Lombard says: Por sereral years past I hare been troubled with severe backache and pains In the side, and when I would Uo down I ootild not rest well as It seemed Impossible for me to get In an easy p siUon; and my aohoa and pains Increased constantly to such an ex tent that I became convinced that 1 bad a dla ease or the kidneys fastened to mo, and alter having used doctors' prescriptions and many of the so-called cores without getting any bene fit, 1 w • persuaded y a near neighbor, Mr. Jones, to try Hunt's Kemedy, as himself and wife had been greatly benefltted by ltsoaes.and many others of our acquaintances spoke of Its merits in the highest t erms. I decided to try it. and purchased a bottle at Nlohol's drug store and a pood as I had taken a fen doaes of It the pains In my back were relieved, and after tak Ing three bottles my sl<|eaehe and lame back areourcd.and loan truly testify that Hunt's Remedy is an article of great merit, and will do all that is claimed for It, and 1 know of many other people In Portland who have found a cure Id Hunt's Reinedv after all others «ailed to do any good, and 1 recommend It to all who have kidney or liver disease, hoping that this may be the means of relieving some sufferer * ho does not know of the merits of Hunt's Remedy." ? B 3 Cg CÖ t § -< Be S H P c=J :« a £2 E s » I F» A 5» C/2 5Ö y i a ! go wjiat win it aor Brown's Iron Bitters? Good for what? Well, see what it has done. To begin with dyspepsia. It has cured some of the worst cases. Then chiils and fever. Who wants to shake with cold and burn with heat, when a bottle or two of Brown's Iron Bitters will drive the source of the mischief awav? How about rheumatism t It cured Mr. Brashear, of Baltimore, and hundreds of others. * Those dreadful nervous troubles. Mr. Berlin, of Washington, the well known Patent attorney, was entirely relieved by Brown's Iron Bitters. -> Tkf ailments of the kidneys.— Brown's Iron Bitters cured Mr. Mon tague, of Christiansburg, Va., and an army of other sufferers. Debility and languor. The Rev. T. Marshall West, Ellicott City is one of the many clergymen stored by Brown's Iron Bitter And as with vertigo, malaria, liver complaint, and headache, Brown's Iron_ Bitters is the Great Family Medicine. ,MA, re s HOW MANY MILKS DO YOU DRIVE t THE ODOMETER WILL TELL. This Ins trument Is no larger than a watch. It tclT the exact number of mfl« * rirlvt-n to tüe 1-100th part n| n m ile; counts up waier a nT~dust tl«ht; always m »>r«nr; »»J** Soraca h^om being over d r iven; Is easily attached to the wheel of a Buggy, _ Wä gon, Road Cart, bulky f low. Reaper, Mower, or other vehicle. Invaluable Liverymen, Pleasure Driver*. Physicians Farmers. >Mirvey • miles; C'arrlftv*-, Bulky, or», Frfe e onîy |6. W each, one-t! other Odometer. ~V _ of the wheel. Sent by ms'll post paid. Address, tfeDONNRL ODOMKTEH OOw 1 North La »all* «•». Chlearo. g^3oad lor Ciroultr. V lien ordering give diameter receipt of price, au*14-iin-4Aw I'D \ U K BIT ft The fit and general style our Clothing has gained us much popularity; occasionally, however, there comes before us odd and unusual shapes, for which we provide a depart ment, where alterations are satisfactorily made withoutcost to the customer. of A. 0. YATES & CO. -EDGEB BUILDING Chestnut and Sixth Streets, PHILADELPHIA. MVIMIANA BTATM L.UTTMMJ. N«W OBLKJjffi, Aiifast 1. 1M. TO THE PUBLIC Poetmaster-General Gresham havingpablDfe d a wilful and malicious islsehood In regard to the character of The Louisiana State Lottery Com pany, tbe following facts are given to the publie to prove hi statement, thst we are engaged In n fraudulent basin««*, to be false and untrue t Amount of prises pal by the Louisiana täte Lottery Company from January l,U7^to present dates Paid to Boutturn Express Co., . Orleans, T. M. Wescoat, Manager....M»8M.M0 Paid to Louisiana National Ban», Jos. H. Ofleeb,. Preside t... «0,900 Paid to State National Bank, * H. Kennedy, President...... 128,10P Paid to New Orleans National Bank, __ _ A. Baldwin, Pre 1 *ent. Paid to Union National Bank, B. Char Itron, 0*sh(er.... Pain to Cltlsens* Bank, E. L. Carrière, President.... 'Paid to ennanla National Bank, Jules Casatrd, r esident... Pstd to Hibernia National Baak, Chao. New M,QM 80,000 87,000 18,110 Pal «UI .Toby. Caahler 1 Batik, Joseph Pal« I to Mu Mitchell, Total paid as shove...... Paid In snms of under fl,000 at the varions offlees of the Company throughout the United Bute*......'....' A*0,410 onai cashier «.'W Total paid by aU. . .4Ma.«o For the truth of the above f acts public to the officers of the sbote-nA corpor ations, and for our legality and sUndlng to the Mayor and Oiw era of the City of Now Orleans, to the State authorities of Louisiana, and also to U. 8. Officials of LoulsUna. Wo claim to be legal, honest and eonect In all our transactions, aossauj sUndlnx Is concedrd by all who will investigate, and our stock has for years beeu sold at our Board of Broker*, and owned by mkny of our best known and respected citizens. M. A. DAUPHIN, President. tn the country. Our KB-CAPITAL PRIZE, »78,000.-» tlttcts, only ». Shares lu proportion ruE« lxiuiaiANA State Lottert Co. "We do hereby certify that we supervisa Un arrangement* for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and In person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are con ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good lalth toward all parties, and we authorise the pany I« use this certificate, with fke-slmles o* our signatures attached. In Its advertisements, 11 Incorporated In 1868 for »veers by tbe Legisla ture for Educational and Charitable purposes with a capital of 41.000,000—to which a reserve fnnd of over |U0.000 has since bean added. By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise part ef the present »tote Oonstit itloa adopted December 2d, A. D., 1879. The only Lottery ever voted on and eudoraeo by the people of any State, never scales or GRAND ttlNGL place monthly. made a IT» r postpones. LB NUMBER DRAWING» akc A BPLKNJHD OPPOBTONITY TO WIN A NOVEMBER lSth, 1888.-l«2d Monthly Draw ina. Capital Priie, $15,000. 100,000 TICKET» AT FIVE DOLLAR» BACH FRACTION», in FIFTHS In PROPORTION. .f 7B,rti . 26.0« . 10, Off . 12,000 . 10,000 . 1Û.00C mm 8 Prises of ( 5 Prises of 1 IZK ! 21 IZR 6,000 2,000 of 1,000 s?ss I Si SS: 100 Prlxea 800 Prises of uSSKïïîSî 80, OC' 1*4. *1 FBOXIMAT • * PBI8I8 9 Approximation Pilxea of 87JJ... M.9P AMO s an 9 1.967 Prîtes, amounting 9o. Application f >r rates to olnbs should only be mane to the offl *e of thecomranr in New Orleans. nformation write dear!»', riving full address. Mate P. O. Monev Orders payable and address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL^BANE.^ ^ POSTX L NOTE» »n» ontlnarv InAer. toy Mall or KxprrM "It m. nf |6 and upward, by Ex preu at onr expenie) to _ M. A. paUPHIN, New Orleans, 1L*. Or, 1C. A. PAUPHIN, r> n mt Uevetith nt.,, Washington, D. O, For further O, H'OOKMIUK, OOH. SEVENTH AND JEFFBESO* STB. J. OBOCKRIXS PROVISIONS* Best grades of FLOUR, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. —'i jureras bmazmm. QBANGI GltOVX PURE RYE WHISKY. ~ar teat THBPtJaaST. RICHEST A* I» *r*T UYB WHISKY EXTANT By tbe gallon or bettle. JAMES A. KELLY 1 Dal tom la ' 1,aU 2 < m**«*Mlea«al» «aver. ''"'"'•'"""'Wand»«.**.. A rstlabts ramtast a W. COB. TENTH AND ORANGE 8TB. mvt-ly-Jl rjm* BUT QLA»^ LAGER BEER! -IN THC CITY, AL0G PORTER AND ALE ON DRAFT, AT E. P. FSETE'S NO. 17 BAST SECOND STREET. Jrxs-tru g RECHT A SPAHN Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT, •»-Order, by mail promptly sued. Famille, supplied with bottled beer; pint bottle, s cents a dosen. - A share of year patronage I» rcipecunlly solic ited. telz-l-17 GRAND UNION HOTEL, [E ar » »««» Plan] and Ub 8?4 .ITBAnt, OPPOSITE TH» PBF MYL V AN IA DEPOT, Wilmington, Delaware. This hotel Is a furnished In a mow American and G rniaa ■IT, en tlrely newly t style and offers „ ta. Kclreahmenu r H t £KRY*»U nfftf**Proprl»mr. ten E HOLD □( I BONDED W AND IN Ü. 8. IUBEB pure rjr« g celebrated dls Ueries* A. Overholt * Go., Janunry 1879 and June 1810. A. Uuckenheiiaer ft Bro.. MayM7». John Gibson. Bon * Co.. May 079 and June MM. aunts Distilling Co., August 1879. »erwood, November 1879 and June UM. everslnk ( Reading^ Fa., ) February, 1MQ. t. Vernon, May, lsklos from the The above tSA .2 tax paid at FBAWOU KELLY * OO ■nr»-* SEIDEN BERG'S CIGAU8 ! AT WHOLESALE BATES. Chas. J. H. Beckett, 108 WIßT SEVENTH STREET. _ _ ty88-m& ^NTON HENZE, 124 KING STREET. FINEST BRANDS OF, WINES. NIEBSTEINRR REIS1.TKO. NINO MAJC4ALA, M18M1LMEBE. ETC. A Iso a fine line of I LIQUORS, And the bast ;t>rauds of Havana and KEY WEST CIGAR». POT fl'S CELEBRATED BEEB, Always on hand. If y HENZE'» Is the pince you augtt'tf-a NO. u want a glass of beer A. looking or. 224 KING BKREET. P. DONAHOE. -BOTTLER OF AND BOLE AGENT 07 WILLIAM MASSEY A CO.'» PHILADELPHIA Ale, Porter and Brown Stout, —ALSO— e'Co.sbrated Bartholomay Beahestar fhe brewings are unequalled for purity flavor: constantly on hand In kegs r bottled. Mineral water* In all the different flavor*. J°HN 517 ÄND 519 ORANGE STREET, WILUNUrOM. DJEL. JW" Polite and accommodating drivera. Orders oy mall promptly attended to. He is also connec ted with tbe Telephone Exchange, and hie sign* is—---——-"1* mvl-i8 h t » Mf û k Mo..106 MARKtf ST m ü WllMiNGTON ra-sas . WWW V*« DtL mm 'J fiEU l BEFORE — AND — AFTER Electric Xppllincei at* »ent on 30 Din 1 Trial, TO MEN ONLY, YOtlNfi OR OLD, suffering from Njmvocs Debility, rauTT7I*ACX or Ngnra Foaca am> a wmif—w, and all those ils—es 3E6£ of a I'kiuohal «ATOM resul Oruxa Causas. Bpwdy rsllef aadoomplete resto ration of Rkaltb, viooa and Manhood Guaranteed. The grandest dlaoovmry «C the WnMnt\ Osotury. ßwid at onoe for Illustrated Pamphlet froo. Address WUII MU «(., ■ jWMU, HHiH. Trunks and Traveling Bags ! J. A. CONNER, Reliable Harness and Trunk Mannfheturer, has rènoved to his new store, NO. 4 EAbT FOURTH 8TREET, where you will find the largest assortment of H an i Wsmaia r.iv M iN AND AFTIK MON WILMINGTON, For Philadelphia, calling Cheater, leaves Wilmington dally, Sunday In* eluded, from Fourth street wharf atf.40 a. m.; returning le ires rhliadelphla at 4.15 p. in., from second wharf'holow Chestnut struct. Boat can be chartered f-r moonlight excursion* »V low received all da* at IMilladcIpulh. at Marcns Hook and ^NOHOR LINB. DXITMD BTATEJI MAIL BTEAMÏIIIPS BaU From New YorktEvxry HOtanlay Ibr GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY, LIVERPOOL A «AUEBNHTOWN H KB VIIIK. • ITT OF RI'ME sane Oct. *7, Dec. 1. belgeavia s*u. not. x, Deo. * PDBNESB1A .alls Nov, 17, Dec. XL (BO tnlioo according to accota mo* d lUon.. Becoad (Jabln and Steerage a. above. Anchor Line I»r»n* tosned nt low-.t rates are jMdjrVreeof charge la England, gcotlsad sad (Mil Cabin For hkVÏS York? or IaJTDkl F . UBTTM. Adam. Kxpr-sa mlnrton* L *° ,rp * ot *'- Du Post'. Mills, Wit FBRHtUT LINES. JPOB PHILADELPHIA. WARNER'S Philadelphia and Wilmington Propellers toil dally ft-om Market street wkmrf, Wilming ton. sad first wharf below Chet tust street, Philadelphia, at • p. — FREIGHT CARRIED ss low sa by sny other tins, end carefully bandied or our parsonsl snpervlalon. Express dsUr «ries m a de la either city by our own wagons. Chas. Warner & Co. und Only office in the city connected with Teleph Exchange by two wires, two transmitters i two Indicators. mlfutf one jjH)R NEW YORK. Electric Line Steamers Triplet, Vesper and Annie -•AIL FROM— King Street Wharf, | Pier 18, Seat River, Wllmlnsrton.Del., New York, Tuesday, Thursday, I Monday, Wednesday Saturday, 9 p. £. | Fridays, 4 p. m. Freight carried as low as by any other line New \ ork and Eastern cities. _ _ ü A NUKfWH, Agent. WIMATVULL. JHIARTIZANS BAYING BANK. NO. 803 MARKET STREET, IHCOBPOBATXD JAKUABT 24 TH, 18SL Open to receive depotlUfromO a. m. until 4p. m. and on Tuesday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock. SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, Hegilarly made In April and October. Whan dividends are not withdrawn they are accounted as dep.tslU. Thus permanent deposits compound their interest twice In each year. MANAGERS i Nathaniel K. Benson, Henry F. Dure, George W. Hush, Oeorge ». ( apellr. M. L. Llchtenotefn, Kdward Darlington, sTohli. Jackson, U. »wilt. William Anthony Riggins. G KO KG K W. BUSH, Preside nL â. m tUTHta atittdjYf. fel*21-ly NRtr JLD nit T1S RMENTH. Chocks In O hours CtJOEHInhlJAYS J.F. Miller, M.D. -DRUG STORE lSN.lltbst.Fhlln 48 FORMEN AGENTS Attention. ETEOR ALARM CLOCK, with Lumi nous Composition Face. Time ffeen dis tinctly at night. NOTHING SELLS SO RAPIDLY» KSOO a month easily mado. Send »2.80 for sample, or 8-cent stamp for full partic ulars. CLOWES A FKIHB1E,General Agents, 1anl6-l-l4 Waterbary. Conr M PURE INDIA TEAS! spurious Absolutely pure. They contain or exhausted leave». No Chemicals or Coloring Matter used In their Preparation. Very valuable lor mixing with Weaker and Cheaper China Teas. They contain a very high percentage ot Extract. They are cultivated and prepared pervlslon of Foreigners, upon the most approved scientific methods. The eaf Is manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity of appearance throuxhou* entire plucking*. They retain their valuable qualitlra fT »n un usual length of time: JOHN O. PHILLI» 8 A York. Agents of the under the CO . 1» Water street, N Calcutta Tea Bvndlcate. WAY'S «SWIFT SURE OINTMENT j J Cam F le., ltchlnx blind A hleedln,;D»rber's Î Itch. Tcitcr, a UKheum. Rlnxworm», Ulcer,. t Chilblains, l''mplea,sll Ski- lfl»e1 he tall - ointment In t e world. The people to be the £ Juden. All druigleU sell It. SOoeuu. Whole . .ate hy H JOHNSTON.HOLLOWAY A OO., Phlla.,Pa. PATENTS F. A. Lehmann, Solicitor of American »3/1 Foreign Patenta. Washington, D.C. All bi si ts« connected with Patents, whether before 1. e Patent Office or the Courts, promptly atten< ed , No barg made unless a patent fa second, »end for clrrular. to CLAIMS A SPECIALTY, A WARRANTS. ADDITION A j. 0MS8TEAD CERTIFICATES and all klrdi ' LAND SCRIP bought and sold. Large »to# and HIGHEST PRD E» Paid, Do yon want to buy t If so, write to A. A. THOMA 4ttorney-at-Law. Washlnvton. D C. LAND H tell PFNkinNK For wound, disease or other r JCjII nlUWO disability. Widows, minor ehildren and dependent parents entitled when death resulted. Claims reopened, restoration. Increases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob tained. Apply at onoe, delay pre|udloes your rights. Fees fixed by law. Address, with stamp, the old establlsned firm of K1MON * CO , Attorneys and Claim Agents, 917 F. St., Washington, D. C. _ |7< p A TF1UTS ANDERSON * SMITH, r A1 -Ci IN 10.Solicitor of U.S. and Foreign Patenta. No. 700 Seventh atrnet, t». Q, opp. - . 8. Patent Office, W. hloicton, D. 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