• Tm »ni», Waahlngtnn T.rrltorv,
A " ri • v nlKtit, destroyed $28,000 worth
e'lltlam A. Krym.r «M killed, and two
cn were Injured by the buretlnir of
oth ' _„v wheel at Phllllpaborf, New Jer
'"An Saturday nmrnln C .
T) . .„.»ine hou«e of the Boston tnil Low
T , ]r(M I at stonelum, Maoaacliuaetla,
'' /hur.Hl'ye.terd.T mornlmr, with two
wnnietb-e?. L"«e $28,000.
_ , eo.inir fleet off Provlncetown, Maria
J,' u , was «truck by » heavy »quell on
0 . .„lev nicht. One »cnooner lost e »cine
Kf » dory end eight men.
' death of Heuneh M. Jackson, a
..„I unman, alleged to have been 111
N.. ! I. I .Iv months old, wne reported to
^Health Department of New York on
limn A. I, 'arpenter, "who la credited with
iieheat man In I.lneoln, Illinois,''
" . arrested on suiph lon of being lm
in the murder of /ora Hums, which
teurred several days ago."
The switchmen ftt the yards of tbc Texas
Purifie and MlMOiirl Pac ific railroad at Dal*
L Texas, »> «rueK O J Filday night for un
r h : incfl in their wages from $60 to $65 per
ffon'h The places of the strikers were
' 1 n 8.iturday.
shut «ml killed Alcxaudor
Friday night, at Haddlck'a 8«.
Florida. The men were clerks In
and the shooting was the result
over the Rood« In their rrspec
The Director of the Mint reports tho total
orahllon of the United S'alcs on October
. '„•11 ;:iU,. r .H7,833, of which $844,513,<199
ruin cold coin, and $335,901,32:! In silver.
pt,,u!»l rlrouliitlon Increased $10,115,035
in,, October 1st, 1S82.
Mr. r.nd Mia. William I.oeao, both over
Ojfirsold, were attacked at (heir home
inr 8he!hV> North Carolina, by a colored
U n, on Friday night. Mrc. Logan was
tlllfd and her huaband waa choked nearly
adcatli. The roan escaped with $10 booty.
A Arc In the flve-atory building No«. 191
„a 123 Franklin «tract, New York, vaster.
,, cased damage estimated at $50,000.
Ic principal loser« are Straaburrer & Co„
in cloak. and suits, $25,000, and
louas Uall A Co., dealers In linens, $20,.
By the explosion of * new steel boiler in
I»*Brothers' planing mill at Mount Pleas
G. Iowa, on Saturday, a man named Beck
fi-h was killed, and another was so badly
jijured that he is dying. Four or five others
Mrc more or less bruised. The mill was
llown to atoms.
Intense exciteront prevails at Lisbon,
kkota, over the Giacovery of gold. II. W.
Jriiwold, of Chicago, made tho discovery
n iiif place about two month ago. lie had
f) sample« assayed, and the result showed
800 to $250 per ton. The matter was kept
luiet until he secured all the land in the
Legal proceedings involving the title to
00.000 acres of land have been beguu in
KBthern Oeoigla, by the heirs-at-law of the
He Stephen Chase and Harnuel E. Crocker,
he fuir will Involve the interest* ol several
ondrtd email planters who are distributed
Th* 1 White river In Arkansas lias risen lfl
«•luring the last 48 hours, and flooded
1.000 «eres of land In Independence county,
kif is the highest rise in the White river,
ith one exception, sinco 1873. It is feared
If a number of small farmers, sufferers b?
tpresent flood, will have to be assisted
r.mr the winter.
to irday waa the day for the fall scratch
jwof the Harvard studentson the Charles
erat Cambridge, Massachusetts. When
kbileonlea of tho boat-house were crowded
Khftudente they gave way. Nine students
tre frrioiisly injured, and F. 8. Mead, of
stoii, probably fatally. About 25 were
Bre f i los bruised.
lev. M T. R«)trers, a colored Baptist cler
|Bun ai New Orleans, having occasion to
inii.lsterlal function at the
per eii-l » f his parish, boarded a freight
in unlay morning to take a free
t. He made himself last to the end of
'rar with a rope, but he lost his grip and
dragged a long distance before
dead body was found.
Krouhcrg, a Hebrew, died in
Iu <>. in August last. His dying wish
I that he should be cremated, but the
rçw! was embalmed and burled by the
ally. Two or three weeks since in think
Ithe matter over the family came to the
Delusion that the wishes of the deceased
wild have been respected, and after con
lerable correspondence the body was ln
kritol at Washington, Penna., on 8atur
At a «ni. of old material, at the Brooklyn
Yai «1, last month, thore were a large
minr >»r hlildcrs present, but tho buying
M confined to a low persone, who bl«i ex
N Vc Pdces for the materials. Tho Com
Mant ut the yard was informed ol the
ft by tlic auctioneer, and resulted in tlie
p >r f losing quite large sums ol money. It
pdigiovi red that the quautity of material
Reeded that catalogued by a large
P A. Klluc, under iudietment for the
pkr ol Mayor Stubbs of Polk City,
was shot on Saturday morning at
I de *J-y I»!« brother-in-law, John Cools.
|kr EMne's release on ball he went to his
PJ lather*« farm, which iras occupied by
PM- The latter considered this
Pi ad the men quarreled. Whilo Kline
Pai the break las*, table Cool approached
r&the rear and shot him with a revolver.
Pphyslolau said lie could llvo only a few
«ITcseo tu lives of the ''People's Railway
®!*ny <,I America," recently iucorpora
u Indianapolis, are said to be in San
kC bco, "negotiating for an outlet in San
"cuco, but with whom Is not stated."
»s reporte,! «orne time ago that J. W.
PP, a traveling agent lor*the company,
"organized a local board In Visalia, Cal
•cured a subscription of 850,
>o the stock. "Sinco then nothing
er has been heard at Visalia of agent
isi'in Commissioner Dudley in speaking
WMon agents in his annual report says:
couat rU ett on which has heretofore
. upon the act of Juue 20tfe, 1878,
I' » aifi'iitft claim and exact generally
J ee n advance, has, I think, operated
Practically exclude from the practice
satt U(l * tei * H, *' 1 ueeful ffttoruiys, and
r : u t< '' 1 to It many ignorant,unscrupu
, UbL 'k>« iMirsous, whose only object
ml mi be " rtlt 10 procure applications
fl'II. rs, regardless of merit, to be filed
j Eh and then while acting simply
of the papers, assiduously
enalinaut until the $10 fçe lsßecurcd
•creaftt-i- practically abandon the case
a,ld P aif ion brings mankind
nerv ai,meu to» foremost among them
'1 ; 0U l U ^* nervous debility and unna
| e „» n a , ne Ç 1,i generative organs,
«f tr » i successfully overcomes
^ral'vJcJ 1 ' f a, fï rC8,or< ' s suffer to his
81; 6 for lî. At druggist;
armaey, 815 1st. ave,, N. Y.
Worn Given out.
offerer 1 °[?'^ ur a(1 dress we will make
W*«^.. Whlch >' ou can «*™ $3 to $7
II,V° ur liomo. Men, Won en,
„ « ran ,lo it. n. C. Wilkinson
»V, ' * EI ' W Fulton street, New
.«,r ec , *° »"F e*""'
ith " "H'l'r, piano parlors,836 North
"»ectioo Jo?' I'n'TlBh, Philadelphia. No
HÈor. &n 7 Fl.no ware room, or
Wh\ People Take Medicine.
L British (^umeily Review,]
Tt Is to be feared that to racist people medi
cine is not an erudite science or a learned
art, but is little more than the
place administration of physic. They
not understand medicine without drugs,
and Its virtue and power are popularly
mea.suled by the violence of Its operations.
Its very name is In ordinary parlance syn
onymous with physic. Take from it its
pills und potions, and for them you lake
away it« whole urt and mystery. They do
not believe In a scheme of treatment, how
ever deep laid and skilful, whl h does not
include a certain statutory dosag«*. Ho that,
as a rule, medical men are practically
polled to give their patients a visible object
of faith In some lorm of physic, which
may be at most designed to i fleet some
very subordinate purposes. And it fa re
markable how atrongly even among us the
educated classes tills feeling prevails. Cures
by the administration ol mixtures und
hol uses is to fixed and ancient a tradition
that it is only very slowly that the world
will give it up. The anxiety of the friends
of the patient, wauts to do more than follow
the simple directions of "nursing," which
have been so carefully Inculcated, and pos
sest.es apparently so little remedial power.
There is nothing of the unknown about
them In which a fluttering hope of great ad
vantage can nestle. Thus it Is necessary to
educate the world into a belief lu medicine
apart from drugs, whic h fluds Its power of
curing in adaptations of the common condi
tions of life and applications of physiologi
cal acts—\ medicine which takes Into Its
haul tiio whole life, aud orders and fashions
its every detail
It i? found iu everyday practice that this
popular miauhderstaudlng of the modern
spirit ol medicine constantly checks the
little tentalivo advances of a more scientific
treatment, and it ianecefsaiy that it should
he generally understood how powerfully the
various processes of the economy may be ef
fected by the manipulation of the condition
ol common life.
1th scleutlflc dtttiulteness.
A WIFE'S TUOCBLK.
For a number of year# my wlfo ha* been
troubled with chronlo rheumntlBin, it being in
•omo portion of lior body constantly, (except
peril a (m In the very wannest weather In iutn
iner). Itnei Cbrlstras* sho contracted a very
sovero cold, and a ilisenscd condition of the kid
ney* became manifest, which subjected her to
excess!vo su fferlog, *■ tho svmptmns of gravel
bccamo more prominent, her urlno being col
ored, aecompanled by a heavy brick-dust sedi
After trying several remedies wlthont relief.
I procured for her a bottle of Hunt's Remedy,
which she commenced taking, And before three
days had pasaod she bees mo txuoh bettor She
oentinued using the modicino until she had
used six bottles, and
both rheumatism and kidney complaint. She
believes her present excellent health due solely
to the use of Hunt's Remedy.
feels ontlroly cured of
William O. Cleveland.
Norwich, Oonw., May 6, 1888.
Under date of May 1*, Mr. E. A. T*o«i 80 x,
tho well-known grocer and provision denier, of
78 Green street, N
follows. "Several weeks sinco I was taken very
111 with kidney disorders, und an examination
of my urlno showed a very dlsoasod condition
of my kidneys, und I had also symptoms ol a
diseased state ol my liver. The passing ol my
urlt eway accompanied with sovore pains In
the small or iny back and loins, tollowed by a
burning Fensation, and after having stood
awhile in the vessel tho urine showed a very
heavy deposit of a sediment sin lllarto ground
b rlck-dust, ai d, In short, I found that I was in
suoh a diseased condition as to require Immedi
ate medicul treatment, and as 1 was anxious to
obtain the best and most speedy remedy, I
looked and Inquired oarciully, and became
satisfied that Hunt's Ilomedy was
excellent merit, and therefore I concluded to
give It a trial, ami commenced taking It, and
before I had taken
great improvement thnt I decided to continue
Its use, aud hy taking only two bottles the ro
sult has been most gratifying In giving me re
'•I have ordered a supply of Hunt's Remedy
lor my Btore, ami shall hereafter have it for
sale, us lconsldor It
ease* of tho liver and kidneys."
Haven, Conn., writes as
bottlo I found such a
excellent article lor dig
ö "I II
THE MORAL OF IT.
We may moralize as much as we
please about pain; but the fact is,
that we don't like it while it lasts,
and that we want to get rid of it as
soon as we can. Whether caused by
rheumatism, gout, disordered liver,
weak nerves, irregular kidneys, bad
blood, or anything else that is just
the reverse of what it should be, the
sooner it is out of the system the
happier we are. Whether pain is
the result of imprudence or of acci
dent, or is sent as a punishment for
our sins, may be a nice question for
the philosophers to argue; but peo
ple who are suffering want first to be
rid of the pain, alter which those
who are fond of argument may aigue
the matter to their hearts' content
Above all theory, argument, and
philosophy, comes the delightful feet
that Brown's Iron Bitters drives
Sufferers run no risk in
trying this medicine, the only com
pound containing iron which carries
no mischief with it. Those who have
used it will tell you so; and you can
try for yourself by buying a bottle
of the nearest druggist. 7
'1 he fit and general style of
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
satisfactorily made without cost
to the customer.
A. C. YATES & CO,
Chestnut and Sixth Streets,
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
OPPOSITE THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT,
Till* hotel Is a new building, entirely newly
nirnlbhed In » most elegant style sod oilers
American and G nnan comfo-ta. Refreshment*
and eatables Amt-class at fklr prices.
W E HOLD IN STOKE AND IN Ü. 8.
BONDED WAREHOUSES pure rye
whiskies from the following celebrated dis
A. Overkolt A Co., Jananry 1879 and June 1880.
A. Guckenhelmer A Bro., May *879.
John Gibson. Sou A Co., May 1879 and June 1880.
Hannla Distllllag Co., August 1*7».
Sherwood, November 187» and June
Neyerslnk (Reading, Pa.,) February, 1880.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
The above gojds will be sold cither In bond or
Ux paid at the lowest market rates. Samples
may be seen at this store.
NO. 103 MARKET STREET,
or» y 6-20
FRANCIS KELLY A OO
SEIDEN BERG'S C1QAKS !
AT WHOLESALE KATES.
Chas. J. H. Beckett
108 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
124 KING STREET.
FINRHT BRANDS OF
NILKdTEINKK RKI8I 1NG,
Also a fine line of
And the best ; brands of llu vans and KEY
POTH'S CELEBRATED BEER,
Always on hand. If y a want a glass of beer A.
11 KaNZE'8 Is the place you ere looking tor.
NO. 224 KING BEKEET.
J OHN P. DONAHOK,
AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MA8BEY
A GO.*8 PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
e O.dbrated Bartholomay lUcUi sier Beer.
Che brewings are unetiualled for purity and
flavar; constantly on hand In kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters la all
the different flavors. '
b i7 AND 5.9 ORANGE STREET,
W9 "Polite aud accommodating drivers. Orders
r mall promptly attended to. tie Is also connec
Exchange, and his signa
PURE RYE WHISKY.
THErUUEST, RIOHK8T AND BiffcT BYE
By the gallon or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY
Rich and delicate In flavor.
A sure and safe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
8. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
-IN THE CI'T. ALSO—
PORTER AND AI.E
ON DRAFT, AT
E.' p. FR EYE'S,
NO. 17 EAST SECOND STREET.
Jy23-t fl2_ - * _
RECHT & 8PAHN
Excelsicr Lager Beer Brewery
OORNKH FIFTH AM> UproNT STHEKTa,
^qyorders by mall promptly filled.
Families supplied with bottled beer; plut
bottles 6> cents a dozen. •
A share of your patronage Is respectfully solic
VASAMdKMll * BBOIfS.
A CONQUEROR SUSPENDER.
Only the complete Clothing House—Oak Hall—can offer
a great stock of fine Suspenders made on the premises. They
are trifles, but important enough to command much of
thought and care. We sell at 15 cents to $2.50. They
all neat and strong, many elegant. It will be a hard buye'r
that we cannot suit.
WANAMAKER & BROWN.
S. E. Corner Sixth and Market.
UNITED STATE» MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Soil From New Tork Every
GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY,
Cabin passage, Qfk> to Q80. Bec a I cabin, #40.
Btecrage, outward, |28, Prepaid, Q21.
LIVERPOOL A QUEENSTOWN SERVICE.
I ITY OF R« »ME sails Oct. 27, Dec. 1.
BELGRAVIA sails Nov. >, Dec. 8
FURNESSiA sails Nov. 17, Dec &.
Cabin passage Q60 U» Q100 according
d 'tlons. Second Cabin and Steerage
Anchor Line DraRs Issued at lowest rates
of charge In England, Scotland and
For Passage, Cabin Plans. Book of Toars,
Ac., apply to HENDERSON BROTHER*, her
York, or SAMUEL F. BETT», Adams Exprès:,
.... A. D. LeCarpenter. DuPont's Mills, Wil
AND AFTER MON
A1)Y, MAN 14, 1881, THE
NEW AND ELEGANT
Fo* Philadelphia, railing at
Chester, leaves W'lmlngtou
eluded, from Fourth st r eet
Marcus H^ok and
j filailv, Sunday In*
..V... rv W , u .v «»• wharf atf.40 a. in.:
returning leaves htladelphla at 4.15 u. m., from
second wliar below Chentnnt street. Boat can
be chartered f»r mc^nllght excursions at low
rs'f-s. Freight received all da** at Philadelphia.
pOR NEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
Street Wharf, I Pier 15, East Rlrer,
Wilmington,Del., I New Tork,
Tuesday, Thursday, [ Monday, Wednesday
Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried as low as by any other line
New York and Eastern cities,
S. ANDREWS, Agent.
Philadelphia and Wilmington
Ball daily from Market street wharf, Wilming
ton, and first wharf below Chestnat street,
Philadelphia, at 6 p. m.
as low as by any other line, and carefully handled
under our personal su per vision. 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 transmitter*
v DR. t
BEFOFE — AND — AFTER
Electric Applioncei are tent en 3D Day* 1 Trial.
TO MfN ONLY, YSUNQ OR OLD,
are suffortng from K**toc* Dmit.it v
Lost ViTAT.mr, Lsrx ot Nnmi Foncx asi.
Vigor, W astino IVBAKaxesu. and al 1 those diseaix ■
of u I'xrsonal Nature resulting from A names and
Oruna Causbs. Speedy relief snd complete rest»
ralion of IIbalth, viooii and Mak^ood guaranteed
T he gTOIUlc** discovery of the jnhefeen*h Century
Send at once for IlhlsnAtedPamphlÄfree. A dares*«
ra'.TAIO ■(tTBJK | W*Rffl*U. HirH.
OOB f IEVKNTH AMD JKTFMWON 81'b
Best grade* of
FLOUR, VEGETABLES AND fRriTI*.
— »MIW» -
JHK ARTIZAN8 SAVING BANK.
NO. 802 MARKET STREET,
IifCOnroBATSD January 24th, 1881.
Open to receive deposits from 9 a. m. until 4p. m.
and on Tuesday and Saturday evenings
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
rfcgi larly made In April and October. When
livld.mds are not withdrawn they are account*.d
ar deposits. Thus permauent deposits compound
ihelr Interest twice lu each year.
Clement B. »myth,
Charles W. Howland,
Nathaniel R. Benson,
Henry F. Dure,
George W. t*ush,
George Ö. l «pelle,
M. L. Lichtenstein,
Job H. Jackson,
William H. Swift,
GEGRGK W. BUSH, President,
E. 8. GAP ELI ~ - -*
. CAPELLE, /ice President,
. TAYLOlÇTreasnrer. ^
LAND CLAIMS A SPECIAL!'!,
YP A WARRANTS, ADJHTIoN/v j!
'^'RT'IFiCA''1^ 'ES and all kii <ia
°f t-CsUP bougut sn<l sold. Large SLO'k
and HIGHEST PBU ES Paid, Do you want
sell or buy 7 If so, write to A. A. THOM/s.
Attorney-at-Law. Washington, I). C.
M KTEOR ALARM CLOCK, with Laml
noas Composition Face. Time seen dis
S nothing sells SO
RAPIDLY* 4200 a month easily made. Send
12.60 for sample, or 8-ceut stamp for full partie
ulars.CLOWES ti F K1SHIE, Genoral Agents,
Iqp 18-1*14_ Waterbary. Clont
* Cures Piles, itching blind & hlecdlug;Barber's
S lîpJÎLTÇ'^i.S^HHÏieum, Ringworms, Ulcere,
a Chllblulns. Pimples,all 8kin Disease.*. The bout
" Ointment in toe world. The neoitle to bo the
^ Judge. All druggibtb sell It. 60 cents. Whole
% bale by
^ JOHNSTON,HOLLOWAY & CO., Plilla.,P
PENSIONK For W0UI »di dlseasoor other
, .fr 11 ** ° disability. Widows, minor
children and dependent parents entitled when
death resulted. Claims reopened, restoration,
lnoreases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob
tained. Apply at once, delay prejudices your
rights. Fees fixed by law. Address, with
■tamp, tho old established Arm ol EÜ8UN &
GO , Attorneys and Claim Agonts, »17 F. St.,
Washington, D. C. _j y e
PATENTS ANUKKSON X .SMITH,
A A A 0, Solloitor olU.S. and Foreign
latents, No. 700 Seventh street, cor. G, opp. • .
8. Patent Office, Wa hing ton, D. C. Correb
pond4*uce solicited. N charge for advice. No
Tee charged unless patent Is allowed. Reiereu eb
l.ewls Johnsou A Co., Bankers and Postmaster,
Washington, D. C, Pamphlet of Instructions
Chocks in 6 hodVs
CL K KS ln.'J Da Y 2S
J. P. Miller, M. D.
1$ N. 11th at. Phils
Absolutely pure. They contain
••r exhausted leaves. N oChemicals
Matter used In their Preparation. Very valuable
mixing with Weaker aud Cheaper China
Teas. They contain a very high percentage ol
Extract. They are cultivated and prepared
under tin supervision of Foreigners, upon the
most approved scientific methods. The eaf is
manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity
of appearance throuahou* entire plucking«.
They re tain their valuable qualities f r au un
uiual ieiigth of'time. JOHN C. i'HILLl B ft
130 Water street, N ew Y ork. Ageu & of the
F. A. T.ehmann, Solicit©* of American t nd
Foreign Paten m. Washington, D. C. All bi «1
connectcd with Patents, whether before' ! e
Patent Office or the Courts, promptly
to. Mo harg>-made unies* a patent fa
Send for ein ulat.
■d by wounds or disease,
s. diarrboaa. rupture lost
g.haait snd lung dlsesss
r dlsaass or hurt by acd
I,toathars and listen ar*
iksssptucured where die
i rmm t
. ruiiKS tuid iraieiing Bags !
J. A. CONNER,
Soluble Ham eu aad Trunk Mannfactnrer, ha.
remove- 1 U* »»• new ■'•ore,
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
will And the largest netortment ol
nr Trunk«-. etc . in »I.» city. Ladles
gentlemen** pocket books and J adle#- -bopping
'•ot m reasons lkpilci*. rro- tsttentian
-.- vo-sIyIpx trunk*
•\ trivîi.r.« boss
LIGHT-RUNNING DOMESTIC !
"SEm MA CHIHtil -
NEEDLEÎS A-NJj i Aitit>
Tor all Sewmg Machines, and a full line of DO
MESTIC PA PEU TA"-!! ION'S, for sale by tin
Domestic Sewing Machine Comp.
814 MARKET STREET.
We have "Kaiser," from Bremen; "Pilsen" from
Bohemia, and "Culmbach" lrom Bavaria.
"WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION.
-WE HAVE ALSO
Milwaukee," "Rochester," Stoeckle's and Fehren-
bach's Stock Lagers.
INDIA PALE ALES, BRoWN STOUT & PORTER
-WE BELIEVE UNSURPA88ED-
AS FOLLOWS :
Tonic Beer, Champagne Nectar Cider, Girger Ale, Sarsaparilla,
Lemon. Als-s White Wine and Cider Vinegars.
FOORD BOTTLING CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Orange Streets,
The Remington Standard Type-Writer !
*A Machine which
is fast taking the
place <jf the pen.
What the Sewing
Machine Is to th?
needle the Type
Writer is to the pen.
ing profeesionai and
licited. ^end lor our
MANS «to BENEDICT
It should be In
every office and study
15,000 In daily use.
Endorsed by all lead-,
J. W. Eaklb,M an
ager, 715 Chestnut
St. Phila. Pa.
- w, fas
JOHN MEALfi Y".
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware for
WERNER & CO.'S
Per Ci se 12 Qts,
do 24 Pis.
DiMMOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
10 Cases •
£5 C a&es
.1 p' r cen .
If p r cen*.
16 per cent.
BELFAST G INKER ALE BASS ALF.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST GIG ^RS
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
• iamond O Whiskv.
DR. Cl,ARK JOHNSON'S,
Indian Blood Syrup Î
Cures all dûeaerscf the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
Kidneys, F kin and Blood MILITONS testily to
its efficacy in he ling th* above-named diseases, and
pronounce it to bs the
—BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN—
Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA.
Lahratory. 77 W. 3d St. Ne w York City. Druggists sell ft
kennebecTice and coal comt
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, H. E. COR. SECOND AND KINO STREETS ;
-ICE HOUSE AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDG
Breach One. and Depot, rourtii ud Poplar su, aad No. BE Weat Eighth it.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE i
.49 cents per w *« k
pounds dully ,
pounds ii» ly
SO POUNDS ANDOVER AT THE HATE OF «0 CT8. PER 100POBND8.
The lent n.rloctor Incivility on tin-part of H e driver ehool.l lie ma le known ' »t in«
once, and It will rivelvc prompt attention. We k, ep non.tamlv on hand a ('l'c)lcf' Vei irfrrwiS
pni "' t ' r '' wh,c *"*' ,lellv " r Vr» .rgVwhereiS^
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