itOBNIMG «m n ABY.
The National Board of Steam Navigation
will meet in New York to-day.
combination sale of Jersey csttle
yesterday In New York, the cow Jennie
A holler In the pump factory at Bel lore,
0 l ll( , huret yesterday afternoon, injuring
f l X n i»n, one of whom died soon after.
The new Park Theatre In Cleveland, Ohio,
ore led at a cost of $300,000, and said to l>e
IIP..proof, was opened on Monday night.
Tue colored cltlacns of Wash ngtou, San
iirlat o and other cltiea held tnaea meet
to denounce the Ctvfi Ulgbte decision,
The Marquis of Landadowne, the new
Governor General of Canada, waa sworn to
yesterday morning at Quebec. There was
The Pateut Office yesterday Issued 413 pa
ll 1 designs, 38 trade marks and 31 la
1 ,,, 1 . and modo 4 reissues. Foreigners re
cclved 3» of the patents.
The registration of voters In Brooklyn,
\rw Vork, was completed on Monday night.
The total number registered was UK),4711, an
|U reuse of 1,957 eltico last year.
A n i option was given by the New York
liar Association last night to Iairil Chief
justice Coleridge. There was a large rep
rt .|, r ,..enlatlou of the bench and bar present.
The "Supreme Temple ol Unlformod Pa
tria relis" will inert In apeclal session at
Milwaukee to-day, to adjust the trouble be
ta, en I be Circle and Orand Lodge of Odd
At a meeting of manufacture!« of knitted
,, 0 .., 1 < and their agents at Toronto, yeater
ilay, H waa decided that all the mllla shall
reduce 'heir production over 40 percent
during the next sir months.
Thu rear car of a passenger train on (he
Indianapolis, Bloomington and Western
Knilrnad was yesterday thrown from the
track near Hainatown, Indiana, and three
nf the passengers were severely hurt.
The annual srsaiou nt the Universellst
General Convention will begin to day In
Washington. Delegates will be present
from 30 State Associations, slid J. D. W.
jov, ol Boston, will be cboseu president.
The general* manager of the Canadian
Faillie railway, aller a trip over the road,
MVS the through line will be finished by
October, 1835. Nine thousand men will
w .,i k on the I.akc Superior end all winter.
The condition of the Iron and steel trade
at Pittsburg Is reported to he good, with a
prospect of woik for several months to
All the mills are In operation, and
many of them hare been running double
Kansu Waltou »lint and fatal!/ wounded
K. J. Darkle; In Cbsnute, Kansas, on Mon
day ntatlit. Barkliy hod been courting Wnl
tnn's sister against the wishes of her family,
au- 1, It la alleged, had maligned her char
The Chapter of the Franciscan Order ii:
the United 8tatca began It trienuial session
yesterday Id the Franciscan College atTren
ion, N. J. Rev. Avellu Sxabo presided.
Officers for tho next three years will be
■ lueCU to-dsy.
The Grand Commandery of Knights Temp
lar of Illinois yesterday began Its annual
conference In Chicago. The reports of tho
Grand Recorder nod Treasurer showed a
1 n lunce of (7,000 In tho treasury and a
mi-aibcrshlp of 0,000.
\ passenger train and a pay car
^ilcansas branch of the Santa Fe Railroad
collided near Winfield on Monday night.
The fireman, James Dunlap, was danger
ously injured. Tho collision is attributed to
tho error of a train dispatcher.
With a view to the making of a test case,
the General Land Commissioner has refused
to furnish an attorney with a copy of the re
port of a special agent of the Land Office
concerning hfs client. An appeal will be
taken to the Secretary of the Interior.
It is reported from Fort Bowie, Arizona,
tlm) 90 renegade Indians are returning to
the San Carlos reservation. They will be
me' by a party of military with supplies.
General Crook Is reported, with his staff,
"somewhere betweeu San Carlos and the
Secretary Chandler yesterday telegraphed
to Admiral Crosby, commanding the Asiatic
Suiion, to "proceed at once to the vicinity
of Airincourt Hand, near Formosa, and re
prover, If possible, the three American
tailors belonging to the merchant vessel
Tin* two factions of tho Democratic State
Committee of Louisiana met yesterday In
NVw Orleans, sank their differences and
elected James R Eustls chairman by a
m animons vote. It is understood the State
< « iivrntlon will bo called to meet at Baton
Rouge on December 18.
T'ie charred remains of Charles Leggr and
lits r.unt, who perished In the fire at Anna
m riling. It appenred, from their position,
that D tp had reached hla aunt In the third
Hrr V , and was trying to get out with her
when they were overcome.
The Treasury Department Is considering a
pet:ilon of American planters asking the
duty to be charged on granulated rice and
all t-.rins of broken rice shall be the same
u« ti.at imposed by law on whole rice. It
in believed that before a decision Is reaahed
Hie Ini porter» *111 bo heard.
All those injured In the railway disaster
mar Fort Edward, New York, are doing
well and likely to recover. It Is asserted
that the bridge had been for some time re
K»rded as unsafe and that the track master
had beeu notified of the giving way of u
stringer. The Company's officers say that
h heavier engines and trains passed
'•v.r tlie bridge during the Lake George
travel this summer."
A telegram from Cincinnati says that at
Wampum, l'euna., a piece of ground
'•'juimeil by the Pittsburg, Cleveland and
Toledo Railroad Company and by the Penn
sylvania Railroad Com
felon of the former, who
mri-oned by 20 men." The Pennsylvania
b'utupttiiy yesterday sent 50 men to seize
,ll <* property, "and skirmishing has been
Koing on all day." Both sides sent for relu
A passenger train on the Louisville and
hatfivllle railroad struck a broken rail yes
it rday morning, a few miles f *om Rast St.
I.i'Ub. The engineer, feeling the shock, put
on the brakes and all the cars passed over
except the last two, which were
wrecked. Thirty-seven passengers were In
jured, 10 severely, and one, J. B. Anthony,
7 Providence, Rhode Island, dangerously.
Among the Injured Is Mr. Stern, clothing
merchant, of Philadelphia, who suffered a
«eyere scalp wouud.
Dm three National Conventions of the
Jhselples of Christ, with 400 delegates,some
bum foreign countries, will meet In annua)
JJ'fefcion In Cincinnati this week. Of these
1*0 Christian Women's Board of Missions
O' ti:»" its sessions yesterday. The affairs of
'Im Hoard are in a favorable condition, ac
'•ordlng to the showing In the annual report.
Mlaslnna aro sustained in India, Jamaica
JO' 1 Jbo Western States and Territories In
' *>ited States. The disbursements for
"i ( * year amounted to (13,665. The Foreign
urlfrUan Missionary Society will begin its
An address, signed by 52 leading Demo
crat« ,,f Massachusetts, the list being headed
'V J. O. Adam*, Leverett Saltonstall,
Richard Olney, Clinton Viles, Francis W.
2iï?ï M. Stearns and N. S. Shaler,
•il be issued to the voters to-day, asking
mein to do all In their power to secure the
at Governor Butler at the next elce
r! 00 - The Boston Herald reporta that 8. A.
• Abbott, who was nominated last Sathr
1 » « 1)0 lieutenant Governor on the But
r ticket, declines to serve, and eaya he haa
•fnjpathy for Butler.
Vonday, were found yesterday
pany "is In po»>C8
have It fortified and
«1rs largo for underwear, soldbyDsnlortti,
»ïglst, cerner Second end Market.
Olilo'« Ram Verdict.
[New York World.)
Th« ofl'clul vote of Ohio makes the Démo
cratie victory more sweeping and significant
than the most sanguine have ventured to
The total voie cast In the State is 721,404.
In 1830 tho total vote on the State ticket
was 718,186, or 8,278 votes leas than thla
year. The total Presidential vote the same
year was 724.(j67, or only 3,508 votes more
titan this year. In lb80 Garfield's majority
over Hancock was 84,927. Governor
Hoadly's mujority over Forakcr is 12,5 ;9— a
difference lu favor of the Demomracy of
Mr. Uoadly'« total vote la 389,998. The
Republican total vote is 347,064. Last year,
when the Democratic plurality was 12,000,
the total Republican vote was only 207,750.
The Republican Increase of nesrly 50,000
votes show how 111 founded
of Republican "apathy" In the recent elec
The entire Prohibition and Greenback
vote together are only 14,447 in the entire
State. Thus the Democrats are only 1,919
votes short of a clear majority over all.
We have uot received the detailed Prohibi
tion anti Greenback vote, but the
Greenback vote was probably between
4,000 anti 5,000.
5,855 and in 1880 it was 6,456. Thus the
Democrats have have a clear majority over
both the Republican and Prohibition candi
dates, completely disproving the pretense
that the Prohlbllfoa vote defeated Foraker.
In the Senate the Democrats have elected
22 Democrats against 11 Republicans and in
the House 60 Representatives against 45 Re
S ubllcant, giving a Democratic majority of
5 on joint ballot. So Charley Foster,
United states Senator in expectancy, steps
down and out.
Luat year It was
A tf.VILUIt T II IUT Y YEAM».
About three months ago I was taken with
sovere pains lu th j small or my back, In the
region of the kidneys, from which I became a
terrible sufferer. I consulted with a number or
physicians, and finally placed myself under
their treatment, they tolling me L had the
sciatic rheumatism and kidney complaint.
On examination, my urine was found to b© In
a very bad oondltion, of a very dark oolor, and
impregnated with a heavy red briok dust de
posit, and rery offensive, i had the most care
ful and best modical attendance, und tried ail
the popular reined loi without experiencing any
relief. Fortunately about this time the virtue
of Hunt's Remedy being called to my attention,
I bought and used a bottle, with such satisfac
tory results that I continued on for six weeks,
when, having used four bottles, 1 found 1 was
as well as ever and entirely cured. All pains
left me, my water returned to its natural oolor.
I am now In excellent health, and able to at
tend to uiy business (grocery.)
Whenever an opportunity occurs 13 rocom
nd your valuable medicine I always do so,as
I aurconfldent It will do all you claim for it,
and that every time. Yours, with gratitude,
Car-r. Jonx Kimball,
Nrn Loxpo*, Cos*., May w, .'883.
About one year agô I was taken with a se
vere attack o( disease of the kidnoys, from
which 1 suflorod severely. I applied to our
local physician, and not receiving any help I
oalied or Mr. John A. Morgan, our druggist,
and stated my ca«o. lie immediately handed
a bottlo of Hunt's liomedy, offering it as the
great rpeclflc for that complaint. 1 commenced
using It at once, and from the very start I be
gan to improve, and oy the time I bad used the
bottlo was enttroly well. I would advise any
persons having difficulty with tho kidneys to
give Hunt's Remedy a trial, I know of one cose
besides my own bofng cured, and would cheer
fully reoom mend it to any one.
Charlks H. Alexander,
• Poroman Dye House, Shetucket Mills,
May R. 1888.
I certify to the above being a traecose.bavlng
sold the medlolne to Mr. Alexander, and know
him to l>e a gentleman respected highly In the
position he holds.
May », 1883.
John A. Moroan,
Druggist, Greenville, Conn.
$30,000 for $2
3 RD REGULAR MONTHLY DRAWING
WILL TAKK'pLce In the Mtsonlc IIhII,
Masoulf Temple |<ul:ding. In Louisville. Ky..
Thurs'ay, November 29, 18S3.
A LAWFUL I.OTTKHV AM) FA lit 1)1! A W
INliS, rlurMrrd bv l be Le.lsUture of Ky., Slid
twice declared IcksI bribe lilglieM eourtln tbe
sute. ttoud slvcn to llwiry County la tbe
of4t0",00<) for tho prompt payment or sit prize.
A REVOLUTION |1 N SINGLE NUMBER
«"Every ticket liolder'hts ewn supervisor,
can call out the number on bis ticket and see the
coTe-pondlng number on the tag placed III the
wheel In bis pre cnee. These drawings will
Ia<-t Thursday of every monta.
Read the magnlflccni
'2 Prizes fl ß 0
WHOLE TICKETS, »2. HALF TICKET* $1.
27 Ticket«, |W; 66 Ticket*, t* 0 *
Remit Money or Bonk Draft In
b 7 Express. Don't send by Reglstured LetUr 6r
Po«t Office Order. Orders of $5 and "1
Express, can t> < rn Bt at our expense. Address aD
"ffcrTtoJ. J.POUGLAB. Loul-ivllle Kr.
THAT THE COOL
weather approaches we advise
the numerous readers of the
Gazette to procure their
at the Old and Reliable Cloth
ing House of
John H. Moore,
aa8 MARKET ST.. WIL, DEL.
Lowest prices in the city;
every garment guaranteed. A
large and superior line of Suit
ings and Overcoatings for order
work. A first-class cutter and
superior workmanship charac
terizes every department of our
Merchant Tailoring branch.
Suits to order from $20 up
Special Announcement —A
long-felt want in this city at
last supplied* Ladies' Coats,
Ulsters and Riding Habits cut
by a competent male artist from
measurement and manulactured
by a London Habit Maker can
be procured at the Merchant
Tailoring Establishment of
John H. Moore,
Full lines ol Goods for
Ladies wear constantly on
0ÜR FIRST NUMBER
You will see many adver
tisements about large stocks of
Fall and Winter Goods, and
each one will claim to be
ahead of their competitors, but
we will be content to let the
readers of The Gazette know
we have a larger stock than
usual because our tra<*e de
mands it, and this is an evi
dence that our goods are sold
at as low prices as elsewhere,
or a little lower for same
Our Children's Stock is com
plete. We do Uot mean by
that to tell you we keep the
low-price shoddy goods, but
we do have a good quality at
a very low price, and yet we
sell more of pur suits from five
to ten dollars.
In our Boys' Department we
have some very stylish gar
ments to show you, while the
young men cannot help being
pleased by making a selection
from our nobby styles.
We have over Forty Styles
to show you in our Men's De
partment, and now, kind
reader, just visit us at your
earliest convenience and let us
show you our goods, and see
if it will not be to our mutual
interests to deal with each
This does not give you much
of an idea of our stock, but if
you will stop in at
Fourth & Market Sts.
CLOTHING HOUSE !
it will give us great pleasure to
show you our goods and
Jno. W. Diefendorf & Co
wawamakxm s snowy.
Wise forethought in Clothing promotes health and creates
happiness. There are many thousands of men in this city with
out water-proof overcoats who should have them. They can
be had on demand and very cheaply at Oak Hall. The stock
has twelve varieties at tweh e prices, ranging from $2.50 to
$8.00 The specialties are the Shepherd Plaid Reversibles at
$3.00 and $4.00. Rubber hats at 50 cents. Add a pair of
overshoes and you are entirely protected. It your own neglect
gives you long illness or chronic disease remember that we
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
S. E. Cokneb Sixth and Market.
AT KAMM ILUt 1AM KA.
U MIT ED STETES MAIL STEAMSHIPS
SoU From Hew York Every
GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY,
Cabin passage, |S0 to Mg. Second cabin, f*0.
Steerage, outward, |28, Prepaid, $ZL
LIVERPOOL A QUEEHSTOWN SERVICE.
( IT Y OP ROME sails Oct. Z7, Dec. 1.
BELGRAVIA sails Nov. 3, Doc. 8
PURNKSS1A saUs Nov. 17, Dec 22.
Cabin passage (60tofl00according toi
d'ttons. Becond Cabin and Steerage
Anchor Line Drafts Issued at lowest rates are
of charge In England, Scotland and
paid 1 re
Passage, Gabln Plans. Book of Tours,
Ao„ apply to HKNDEBttON BROTHER». New
York, orBAMUEL F. METT». Adams Exprès,
or, A. D. LeCarpenter, DuPont's Mills, 'Wil
O N AND AFTER MON
AUY, MAY 14. USt, THE
NEW AMD ILIOANT
For Philadelphia, calling at Marcas Hook and
Chester, leaves Wilmington dally, »unday in
ed. from Fourth st'eet wharf at «.40 a. m. ;
returning leaves htladelphla at 4.15 u.
second wliar below Chestnut street,
be chartered f r moonlight excursions at low
ra" s. Freight received all da*" at Philadelphia.
UtLIOHT LI If UM.
pOR NEW YORK.
Electric Line Steamers Triplet,
Vesper and Annie
8trcet Wharf, I Pier 15, East River,
Wilmtnarton.Del., I New York,
Tuesday, Thursday, [ Monday, Wednesday
Saturday, 3 p. n. | Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried os low as by any other line
New York and Eastern cities.
mVUir W. ANDREWS, Agent.
Philadelphia and Wilmington
»all dally from Market street wharf, Wilming
ton, and first wharf below Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, at6p. m.
as low os by any other line, and carefully handled
under our 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. m25-tf
BEFORE - AND — AFTER
Electric Appliances ars sent on 30 Days 1 Trill,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD,
XTTBO are suffering from Hravoca Dnarrr,
\V Lost Vitalitt, Lack of Nbbt* Foots akd
Viuon. Waftino Wkaehossxo, said all those diseases
of a Fkbkonai. Natur* resulting from Abvoos and
OTiixn Causks. Speedy relief and complete resto
ration of Hbalth, ViQonand Manhood guaranteed.
The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century,
bond at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Add
vnOAlB IliT to., m» »»hau. bush.
COR. SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON »P ,
Best erode« of
FLOUR, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.
MIM AM VIAL,
ARTIZANB SAYING BANK.
HO. W2 MARKET STREET,
Incorporated January mtb. 1861.
Open to receive deposits from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m.
and on Tuesday and Saturday evenings
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
mode in April and October. When
withdrawn they are accounted
permanent deposits compound
twice in each year.
Clement B. Smyth,
Charles W. Howland,
Nathaniel It. Benson,
Henry F. Dure,
George W. Hash,
George ». ( auelle,
M. L. Lichtenstein,
Job H. Jackson,
, William H. »wilt,
GEORGE W. BUÖH, President,
E. 8. CAPELLE, /ice President,
E. T. TA Y Id Hi, Treasurer.
•T. M UiTWVR Auditor.
NEW AD V ER Tift EM EM TH.
or exhausted leaves. No< hcmlcais
Matter used In their Preparation. Very valuable
lor mixing with Weaker and Cheaper China
Teas. Theycontaiu a very high percentage ol
under thr supervision of Foreigners,
most approved scientific methods, 7
manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity
of appearance throughout entlr * plucklngs.
They retain their valuable qualities f r an un
usual length of time. JOH N
CO , ISO Water street, N
Calcutta Tea Svndlcate.
cultivated and prepared
j upon the
The eaf is
C. PHILLIP» A
F. A. Lehmann. Solicitor of American a^d
Foreign Patents. Washington, I). C. All busi
connected with Patents, whether betöret, t*
Patent Office or the Courts, promptly attennect
. No barg- made unless a patent la secured,
»end for circular. a2b-t.f
f AND CLAIMS A SPECIALTY,
A-L4A.1" IJ A WARRANTS, ADDITION* j.
CERTIFICATE» and all Ur «e
f ht and sold. Large »to
S Paid, Do you wanl .1
sell or buy? If so, write to A. A. THOMAS.
Attorucy-at-Law. Washington, D. C.
of LAND »CHIP
and HIGHEST PRH
ETKOR ALARM CLOCK, with Luznl
noua Composition Face. Time seen dis
tlnotly at night. NOTHINO SELLS SO
RAPIDLY* 6800 a month easily mode. Send
$2.60 for samplo, or 3-cont stamp for full partie
ulars. CLOWES A FKISBlE,Qeneral Agents,
ianl8-l-14 Waterbary. Oonr
is W I FT SURE
c Cures P'les, Itching blind à bleeding;Barber'•
f Itch. Te ter, »«It Klicuni. Ringworms, Ulcerr,
■q Cbllbliilns, Pimples,nil »tin UlMilCJ. The best
g Ointment In tne world. The people to be the
£ Judge. All druggists sell It. SOceuts. Whole
JOHNSTON,HOLLOWAY A CO., Phlla,,Fa,
PF.MSTON S Jfor wound, diaeoae or other
IT niv i^i O disability. Widows, minor
children and dependent parents entitled when
death resulted. Claims reopened, restoration,
lucreases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob
tained. Apply at onco, delay prejudices your
rights. Fees fixed by law. Adfdress, with
stamp, the old established firm of Ml>»oN &
CO., Attorneys and Claim Agents, 917 F. St.,
Washington, D. C. _ )yfl
PATENTS ANDERSON * SMITH,
A -Pilx ± o.solicitor of U.S. and Foreign
Patents, No. 700 Seventh street, cor. G, ppp. • .
8. Patent office, Wa hing Ion, i). C. Coir**«
E ondunco solicited. N charge for advice. No
îe charged unless patent Is allowed. Reieren et
Lewis Johnson A (Jo., Bankers and Poetmaster,
Washington, D. C, Pamphlet of Instructions
Chocks in O hours
CV. RKH in.*) I)aYS
J. P. Miller, M. D.
15 N.11 tbst.PhllB
4 by wound* or disease,
, diarrhoea, rupture losi
Nheort and lung disease
m il—ser hurt by act!
proc ur ed where dis
pas obtained. Hoc
jpÉw qUd ta sstasa,
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
J. A. CONNER,
Reliable Harneae and Trank Manufacturer, has
removed to hie new si ore,
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
where you will find the largest assortment ol
Harness, Trunks, Bags. ePL, in the city. Ladiet
bice paid at rewoaablcprtoes. Prompt a turn He»
pam to r-relrlnff trunks and faveilr* bars
Jf£8 ÜXLMJTMO VB*
The Remington Standard Type-Writer!
A Machine which
is fast taking the
place if the pen.
What tha Sewing
Machine ta to Ul
needle the Type
Writer 1« to tlic peu.
Ing professional and
liclted. "end for our
J. W. Kable, M an
ager. 715 Chestnut
St. I'hlla. Pa.
It should be in
©very office and study
18,000 Jo dally uee. j
Endowed by all lead-!
•eptlO-ft p^n ^w. ftt
~T H E—
LIGHT-RUNNING DOMESTIC !
NEEDLES AND D AKTS
For all Sewing Machines, and a hill line of DO
MESTIC PAPER FASHIONS, for sale by the
Domestic Sewing Machine Comp.
814 MARKET STREET.
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
Sole Agent lot State of Delaware lor
WERNER & CO.'S
Per Case 13 Qts.
do 34 Ft*.
DISMOUNT IN QUANTITIES.*
10 Cases -
- 5 per cent.
• 10 pt-r cent.
- 15 per cent.
BELFAST GINOKK ALE BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Pure Rye OM Star Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S,
Indian Blood Syrup !
Cures all diseasesof the Stomach, Liver, Bowels,
Kidneys, Skin and Blood MILLIONS testily to
its efficacy in healing the above-named diseases, and
pronounce it to be the
—BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN—
QpPT'Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA.
Labratory, 77 W. 3d St. New York City. Druggists sell it.
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COM Y
FItINCIPAL OFFICE, H. E. CUB. SECOND AND KING STREETS :
ICE HOUSE AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE
Branch Office and Depot, Fourth and Poplar ata, and No. 209 West Eighth et.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE ;
49 cents per weck I IS pounds dally
M " " " 20 "
12 •• •• ,
. 98 "
.$1.06 ** "
80 POUNDS AND OVER AT.THE RATE OF » CTS. PER 100 POUNDS.
The least neglect or Incivility on thejpart of the dylver should be made known at the offioe
once, and It will receive prompt attention. We keep constantly on hand a CHOICE »ELECTION
OF COAL from the most popular mlnea, which we deliver in cellars free of charge, where shoot
We have "Kaiser," from Bremen; "Pilsen" from
Bohemia, and "Culmbach" from Bavaria.
t4 WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION.
-WK HAVE ALSO
'Rochester," Stoeckle's and Fehren
bach's Stock Lagers.
INDIA PALE ALES, BROWN STOUT & PORTER
-WE BELIEVE UN8ÜRPA88ED -
AS KOLLOWS :
Tonic Beer, Champagne Nectar Cider, Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla,
Lemon. Ala# White Wine and Cider Vinegars.
FOORD BOTTLING CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Orange Streets,
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