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Miss Hildreth.
• Hart let Prescott »pofford la "Oor Continent."]
«I must have a peacock, John," said Miss
lHIdrcth, as she met her mau servant on the
"He would look so finely on the
lawn.
balustrade, with hla leather« ipread or trail
io« them over the green award,
mu«: have one, John."
•'They be an awlul nnUance, marm," dc
inuriedJobn. "They'd nevar »tick to the
balustrade. They be u bard to manage aa
children, an' tbat'a a ftc'."
"They keep# np an awful equalling,
put lu Jane the maid, when the matter
reached her care. "They'll be worae thau
.Mil.» Noyra' gulnea-beua, and Mlaa Dunn'a
imiiiI, or them children of Paraon Mlller'a
_1 never did ace auch neglected plague«
they he," ehe added, Irrelevantly. "I won
ili r their mother don't rlee In Iter grave.
Hut the poor man—what doe* he know of
11 >.- care of hablea, with hla aermon and hla
|ii«yer-meettnr, aud hla parochial TlalU and
bl» poor! Ue'a ofl' to thia wedding or that
funeral, or he'» reading the Word to the
alck and the blind. It'e a ahaine there'» no
nom»n folk», bat hired help to look after
'en. I ace him myaelf one day a-Udylng ol
them np, and pinning on their clean-coliara
0 I eng aide out and upatde down, I'apoeo
he eaa thinking of Irea-wlll and election,
11 lal- MS not."
"I wish hlm J of of thtm," said Miss Pru
. "I prefer the peacock."
The first ulglit After the peacock's arrival,
.'ll!Ml Prudenoe never dosed her eyes,
or the bird his mouth, so to speak; but
vfiK'D ho pranced across the lawn in the
tuoruiug light, Miss Prue thought she would
mi her lose her sleep than t he sight of so
much beauty.
".Vflr-s Duun says she'll have to lay in a
ft'.vk of charcoal and bromide, If you're
going to keep the peacock," Jauo reportoil ;
sud Mrs. Noyes herself dropped In to sug
jp'bt thst he could be killed and stuffed.
* llo'H be quite ss decorative," said she,
"with disturbing the neighbors."
Kvery two or three days a small urchin
wjuld appear with the bird In tow, and ro
mark, demurely: "Your peacock strayed
over to Dickens', and I've fetched him along
home," lor which civility sundry pieces ol
feimill change would be disbursed.
"And who are youf" she asked, when the
name youugstcr bod performed the same be
nevolent service some half dosen times.
"If Oh, I'm Parson Miller's boy."
'Ills son!"
•'Why, yes'um—I reckon eo."
"I shall have toshut him up," said Miss
Prue. ''His traveling expenses will rulu
me."
Ily this time the poor bird had lost most
01 Ills fine tail-leathers In the progress of be
Ing run down by the Miller brothers ami
tin ir <'<>iiu*mporarh , ",ind presented a ragged
appearance which \'<ent to its owner's heart.
So be was shut up la a temporary pen till
h«- should learn better ways; but Miss Pru
di uce.irotng to look alter him one afternoon,
found the two Millers inside the peo, ebas
lug him > bout to display his plumage, while
their little sister stood outside and clapped
to r hands, and a crowd of other children
fitoiKl pi eping between the slats.
you doing, children I" she
I really
Ip
"What
cried.
"Uh, ws've been reading about peacocks,
and they need exercise," vouchsafed the
rhlest Miller.
"It seems to mo that you need a stick,"
said Miss Pruc.
"Father don't approve of whipping/'
chirruped the youngest, "do you, father/"
And Mias Prue lifted her eyes aud met
ol the Rev. Austin Miller, which wore
a startled, perplexed expression, while the
color palpita eu across ills pale face.
"My children have annoyed you," he
t-ald, with the hesitating tone which begged
•o be gainsaid.
"They have ouly annoyed the peacock,"
unswered Miss Prue, dropping her gaze, and
Hushing rosy red in turn.
"I cauie in Bearch of these rogues," he
went on. "Bridget was sure they were In
son?* 1 oiischiei—I did not expect to find
you."
' No, of "-ourse no!," said Miss Prue, in a
siudlou ' 1 / matter-oMac».
• 1 have read somewhere," the Rev. Mr.
Miller pursued, tba* tho onl y real happiness
w!• lui» ever arrives tef springs up quite
• xpecudly in our pat. 1 "* 1 J* re :
•arch. I dropped.thread of
my sermon, against my will, ft c^Jical
puiut to look up these little foi 1 havc
my reward."
'You are very easily satisfied," rt^Brnca
Mir« Prue, in the same remote voice. ®" e
»'iw hardening hor heart against tho pers.' 1 *"
kiv* tones which bad once been like thv.^
inusle ol the spheres to her.
t!
VOl
btlll Of
not easily satisfied. I bare
never been satisfied with myself—with some
Irani y actions of my own, I should say.
MIm Prudence, you have never forgiven
in» f l.e »poke half questlonlngly, as If ho
would fain be contradicted.
"I never thought of It as anything to for
?'ve," sho «aid, and her voice molted and
broke u little In spite of herself. "It was so
1 ng ago," a little proudly, as If she would
not let him suppose that It signified- "I
»w* new that fate or Providence was kinder
l " us than I believed. I don't think I was
Intended for a domestic life." Aa her eyes
Mi upoi three harrum-senrrum children
might have been ker own but for thsir
loother'fi double dealing.
"They aro torments to tho neighbor», I
h u," he said;" "but they are all the com
[ort I have," holding a hand to them.
"Come, children, make your bow to Miss
Hildreth, and tell her you are sorry."
"But we are not a bit sorry," said little
Amy. "The peacock is so beautiful, we are
«lad we coined. We mean to do it again."
"Truth Is no longer at tho bottom of a
yli,' fttld Miss Prne, with a roal smile
dimpling hor face as she said good-bye.
i Deacon Brickett could have seen tho
mtumreript of Mr. Miller's sermon as be re
fl- cit:U in his study that evening, ho would
have cuppoaed that the words, "Come aeatn,
dear dream, 1 ' scrawled on the margin, re
fcrred beyond a douut to the dream of Jacob
win ii he saw the angels of God ascending.
"No, I

'•Them there Miller boys bo enough to
drive you to glory, an' no mistake," de
clared Jane, a few weeks later. "I wouldn't
!" "»other—no, not if you'd give 'em
"they're not mine to give," said Miss
*i«* "What have they done now?"
"Dime ?" They have gone and broke the
pea-hi 11 's eggs, to see the little peacocks,
•ure'g you're alive. They expect to fin i
'in lull fledged, long tall and all. Amy's
Com* home crying."
"And where are the boys ?"
' Mr. Miller, he's goluir tosend 'em to bed
Without their suoper, and servo 'em ritfi t.
Th' ir mother's shirked all the bother of 'tm
* u re enough !"
"Without their supper—poor-thing* !"
cried Mis- Prue. "Why, it's only 8 o'clock
*uminer's day. I remember when I
Ur,, d lo ba sent to bed by daylight wben I
"as Hi tie and naughty, and it always teamed
tf) me a horrible Injustice. Jane, run
and te 1 Mr. Miller he will do me a favjr he
win
"Bate 'em soundly," put In Jane.
'Jane ! how Inhuman 1 He will do m* fir
täyor if h** will let them oflf this time."
"Now, Mrs Prue, If you'd write it yo r
1 cure's you live—excuse me, miss—but
I ain't got the face to carry th t there
And It so happened that the Rev.
,ustln Miller found himself dreaming over
M" riuim d note, ln his study, while h's ser
?" n o • "Th« Mistakes of a ChH*'1an" lay
«orgottcij before him—dreaming of the first
he had ever received from Miss Prue,
so ago. the words of which
6*urs. d out from some bidden corn- r of bis
brain where they had been sleepin/unknown
J" him; dreaming of the dewy evenings ln
r) IH ro> o garden of the old parsonage, where
ft c studied divinity and she taught A B C's;
Q' moonlight nighta on the river together,
I spring mornings in ths woods hunting
p
DIM
I
years
for the first wild flower of Sundays, when
they iflug together in the choir; of their
•troll home through green, »weet eccntec
lance.. The thonmnd and one dear hour/,
they had »pant in each other's company
passed before his mind's eye like some beau
tifnl panorama.
tTo :m- con 11 ,u'"!,
in all its forms positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Mils, e never-falling remedy;
purely vegetable, contain no quinine
other poisonous agencies, endorsed by phy
sicians and sold by druggists everywhere.
35 and SO oents.
Antt-Tobacoo Crusader«,
CSt. LouisPost-Dispatch.]
The anti-tobacco people do not tlr j appa
rently—-they are continually producing
dreadful example* of the consequences of
•moklug and chewing. The shrinkage of
the American leg following the lntroduc
lion of the cigarette has been the round of
the papers. Caucor, consumption, liver com
plaint, bronchitis,- dyspepsia and paralysis
arc all Imputed to nicotine poisoning, and
nobody enters a denial. Yet we g
•moving calmly and oonfidtnUy, willing to
takgour changes of nil the dlseaflcfl In fan
dora'fl box, Including such new ailments as
nave bçeu patented since that cadeau was
opened. And the diseases a do dot come.
Tobacco users certainly sicken and
dio of sundry causes, dome have
cancers, and some fall down elevator shafts;
paialyals reaches for this one and a steam
boat explosion
o on
(fathers that, but tho anti
tqb»oeoplit doc» uot «ccm to enjoy auy Im
mublty. No apeetal providence eccme to be
waiting to reecuo him from the cholera
moil.ui, or to turn a»lde Irom hl» hack the
Itch. Like tho vegetarian» and the teeto
taler», the antl-amokera Till have to await
their rownrd In tho next world, conacloua
that they did their beet to take away tho
eclacc of a K«Iii»aylu^ fp-ucralloii, and con
BCloue that lhe> failed. Their position it
much like that ol tho Puritans who put
down bear baltlns:, not bccauso It gave pain
to tho hear, hut because It gave pleasure to
tho apoctators.
FOUND IN A BOX'
&IR..IOUN Kjnhmav, ol Augusta, Me., writes
May 10,1883, as follows . "I have been afflloted
for some years wifi a severe kidney trouble,
and having noticed au artiole In one of our
papers ol the wonderfbl cures Hunt's Remedy
hod performed la many oases of dropsy,
bladder and kidney troubles, and finding a
bottle la a box of straw packing. 1 concluded 1
would try it, and ooinmcnoed to tako it, when,
to ray surprise, 1 found that the first bottle ben
efltod mo so much thut 1 decided that 1 would
continue its use, and 1 kept on taking It until I
had usod In all six bottles, and my appetite Is
good, all pains tu the buck and side disappenrod
and lor one of my year* (1 am now 8 years old)
lam able to nttond to my buslnes.«, and a
strong and vlgorou , as inAny of my frlen is and
s'ghbors can testify that know me well. 1
heg to it I to also, that m<ny of our neighbor
have used Hunt's Remedy with equal! as good
results, and one ol my friends who ha- pur
chased a bottle of Guppy. Kinsman 6l Aldon.o i
Portlan l, says ho would not be without lt&t
any prlee.' •*
THE IUKKK8WAT.
Mr. Alvrkd Nri»haw. No 82 Llnooln street
Lewiston, Me , writes as May U, 1883; "I have
beon sover ly afflicted for a long time with in
dlg stion and 1
that I h to
complaint, and at time all
distressed mo that I could not boar
the sight of food. I had tried a good
different remedies for my complaint and they
all failed, until
druggists In Lewiston, recommended Hunt's
Ke nedy, as ho kuow or ho many who ha usod
it hero with great success for kidney, llvor and
urinary troubles, aa woll os Indigestion, and
upon bis recommendation 1 finally concluded
to try a bottle, and commenced taking, vKh
very little faith in it. The first bottle helped
;h that 1 purchased two more, aud It
a wonderful amount of good, and
I can eat all kinds
ny
dry Mr. Martel, one of oui
has done
curod me of Indigestion,
of food now, and can truly rocommend Hunt's
Remedy «8 a
mul kidney iHscates."
ourc for Indigestion, liver
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE.
Mr. (Ito. I> Bates, of No. 32 Cottage street
Lewiston, Me., a reliable and prominent citi
zen, imparts the following Information, May 14
1883:
"HavIng learned of tho valuable qualities of
Hunt's Remedy in a practical manner, I beg to
state that I consider It a remedy of great merit
and can most oeeorfully recommend It to any
one troubled with kidney or liver dlsoasos."
! THE j Policy of
BEST; Insurance
BEST AGAINST j
BEST Accidents
IS
P-D-P-K
whidb ia to »ay,
Perry Davis's Pain Killer
, Captain Chas. Allen, of WoroBStw OU«-)
fKÄfSflTÄ ;
ment, and il cured me ln a shortnn»
Captain. D. B. GoodeU. Jr., of flenrspört.
David Pieros, Utica, N. Y.. says:
bruise«, burns imd cprsms, it na®
to offecq a cure."
: •* For cut*.
1 never failed
; An ajicident mnv happen to-morrow. !
Bur P***v Davis'» Pain Kiixer
to^lay of my Druggist j
Mischievous Malaria.
To say that malaria is mischievous
is to put it very mildJy. It is all that
and more It is cunning, deceitful,
treacherous, sly, and underhanded,
ft does its work in the dark, and in
such a sly way that much of the mis
chief is done before it is discovered.
It saps the foundations of a healthy
system.. It robs the blood of its vital
ity, demoralizes the liver, confounds
the stomach, and makes the victim
It is sad
wish he were in his grave,
to see peoplesit down in their nusery,
content to be the victims of mischiev
malaria, and thinking that noth
ing can be done for them. The power
of Brown's Iron Bitters over the
mischiefs of malaria has been so am
S proved that there is no reason
y anybody who can procure a
bottle of this Prince of Tonics shall
suffer. Great is the power of malaria,
and great are its disastrous effects.
But greater tar is the beneficent in
fluence of Brown's Iron Bitters.
e preparation of iron in thisfavor
„c-.family remedy <• can be ta*en
without ruining the teeth or produc
ing constipation and headache, i .■*
The
ite
vL'trunro
A
*3]
$
Corkscrew« are now "the
rage." Not particularly those
here represented, but the
Corkscrew Cloths we have so
elegantly made up into Suits
and Overcoats.
Examine them and note the
low prices.
A. C. YATES & CO.
?
-LEDGER BUILDING
Chestnut and Sixth Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
LOUISIANA HT A TL LOTT S Mil
51» OBLIAKS, AORUBt 1,1SS3.
ro the public;
Investigate for Yourselves
Postmaster-General Gresham having publish •'
wilful and mallclonBlalut h -od In regard totli*
character or The Louisiana State Loi
,»auy, the following facts
i.o prove his statement, th^t we are engaged lu h
fraudulent buslnwss, to be false antf untrue :
Amount or prizes p&M by the Li>ufslana tat
Lottery Company from January 1,187V,to present
given t<> the putdh
•»aid to Bnuthe n Express Co., New
Orica»«, T. M. Wescoat, Manage.... (1,866.w
« »Id to Louisiana National Ban , *
H. Oglesb , 1*reside t.
i*ald to State National I
* H. Kenned
Paid to New
Jos.
Bank,
!y, Prettfdem.
Orleans National Bank,
Baldwin, Pre I ent.
Paid to Union National Bank, a. char
l.ron, C.sh'er .
to Citizens' Bank, E L. Carrière,
President...
'aid to ennanla National Batik, Jul. a
Caasard. P>ealdent.
Hibernia National Hank, Chan.
•y. Cashier...
Cana Bank, Ed. Toby.
- atlonal Bank
Mitchell, ('«übler ..
4S3.9W
128,10*
o,u
64 45*
87,00»
30. a*
87, lO
13,160

P.In
lid
Pa fre
aid to
'aid to Mutual
Cashier
Joseph
Total paid as above.
''aid In sums of under fl.ObO at the
various offices of the Company
throughout the United btatea.s,«7,4H
Total paid by all.
For the truth of the above facta we reler the
>ubllc to the officers ol t..e abor/e-named cori*or
itlons, and for our legality anfl standing to »'he
Mayor and Ottw erg of the City of New Orleans. V>
the State authorities of Loutoiana. and alao to
U. Ö. Officials or Louisiana. We claim to 1 h
legal, honest and correct in all
as much so us any business in the country. Our
dandlng 1 b eonced. d by all who will investigate,
uni our stock has for years been sold at
Hoard of Brokers, aud owned by many or our
oeet known and respected citizens.
M. A. DAUPHIN, President.
fS.kffi.6K.
transactions,
«V-CAOTAL run. ra.ooo.-e»
fkkets, only to.
öharos in proportion.
Louisiana Statk Lotteby Co.
"We do hereby certify that we super vise tin
vrrangementa for all the Monthly anil ftemi
Ananal Drawings of The Louisiana State Lotter>
Jompany, and In person manage and control th*
Drawings themselves, and that the same
tucted with honesty, fairness, and In Hood ialtL
«•ward all parties, and we authorise the ccm
>any t«
11
this certificate, with foc-slsalea o
signatures attached, in Its odvertlsemcaus.''
ßf
CoinaU*8loeers.
incorporated ln 1888 for 28 years by the Lep.Bla
t ire for Educational and Charitable pu rpostb
»ith a capital of St.000,000—to which « reset v*
•'nd of over I&60.000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Us fra tchls
*as made a part »f the presentHtate Constlt nth'
dopted December 2d, A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorse«
v the people of any Htate.
It never scales or postpones. __
IT» GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAW1N W
ake Tiiac«> monthly.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY to win ê
ORTUNK. ELEVENTH GRAND DRAWING.
LAHM Tm Vi Mtw ORLF.ANH. TUESDAY.
NOVEMBER 18th, 1888.-l«2d Monthly Draw
Inx.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 TICTXET8 AT FIVE DOLLARS EACl
FRACTION», In FIFTH» In TROPORTION .
$78,0.
. *8,iV
. 10, n
. 12,0*'
. 10,rv
. W.(w
...... 10,««
. 90.(0
. 80,00
. VL6»
. 25,0. <
! CAPITAL PRIZE.
I CAPITAL PRIZE..
1 CAPITAL PRIZE.
«.«oo.
2,000.
I,«».
j pH»*» or
6 Prises of
10 Prizes of
no
of
90 **r'
too Prises of
800 Prizes of
800 Prises of
L000 Prizes of
100.
AFF 2 CXI RATION PB1ZX8:
8 Approximation rtizes of irm. .
J » •• *" ;;
1 m Prise», smountln« V>....-•* ***."
Application for rmte« to olob» «Sonlrt on ly tt
ssede to the oOee of tbec°mp»ii? ®" ° rWlnii
For lurtuer nt'ormatlou write clean*, gi ing
full address. Mane P. (). Money Orders payab.e
and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL^BANK.^ , ,
o'SAV. îs rd .'n n r u r w»M r : % Kr"
press at our expenso) to
4.5
2.2S>
M. A. DAUPHIN,
N«w Orlaana, La.
0r ' M> WMhlimop. D. C,
BTMAMBHJLE L/NMB»
«-chan-'-»: or
|l*E !-«*
I
AND AFTER V^D
NF.SU AY. NOV EMU'Jt 7,
1883, TIJfth KAMKB
OF
WILMINGTON,
From Fourth street wtiSrf Ht $ a. m.: giving
; p**scngers four h-oirsat PhUnlciphla; returning
i ut2.au p. in. This < hang" «i Hue hau been ma le
to sire the Wll Ing'onlansn boat leaving WU
lningto , and returning fi >
*eiuouahl<- hours.
PbUsdel
a at
* tr
^NCHOR LINE.
V KITED STATE» HAIL HTRAMYHIVV
Ball From 1C aw York Kvery
»aturday Tor
GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY,
Cabin passage, ftf- to fso. »econd cabin, (0.
Steerage, outward, |28, Prepaid, fZl.
LIVERPOOL A QURENBTOWN BKRVHW.
rmr OF K"MR rail« Oct. 27. Dec. 1.
BF.LORAVIA sails Nor. S, Dec. •
FURNK8SIA sails Nov. 17, Dec tL
°füj£n
Anchor Line
ttaldTrec o?
IMbM
8» U«»KX)according toscoommo
x>ad Cabin and Buflutusbow.
a
Tw. -
or. A. D.
in 'n y ton
ttggai
WEIGH T LIN MB.
JpOR PHILADELPHU.
WARNER'S
Philadelphia and Wilmington
Propellers
Hall ilallv from Market street wharf; Wilming
ton, and first wharf below Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, at S p. at.
FREIGHT CARRIED
as low as by any other line, and carefblly handled
under our personal supervision. Express deliv
eries made in either city by our own wagons.
Cbas. Warner & Co.
Only office In the cltyccmneoU'd with Telephone
F.xohanseby two wires, two transmitters and
mbMf
Indicators.
pOR NEW YORK.
Electric Une Steamers Triplet.
Vesper and Annie
-BAIL FROM—
King 8treet Wharf, J Pier 15, East River,
Wilmington,Del., I New York,
Tuesday, Thursday, I Mondav, We^nesdav
Saturday, V p. zz. | Fridays, 4 p. m.
Freight carried as low ashy any other line
v ew York and Fasten) cities.
F AVDRRWR. A
NEW A /> V ER TIS EM EN TH.
AGENTS Attention.
KTKOR ALARM CLOCK, with Lnmi
none Composition Pace. Time seen dl»
r.lnctly at night. NOTHING SELLS SO
tAPIDLY fbSOO a month easily made. Send
"2.60 for sample, or 3-ceut «tamp for full partir
.lars, CLOWES O. FRISK] E,General Agents,
anl8-1-14 Waterhnrv. dm n
VI
PURE
INDIA
TEAS'
Absolutely nn^-e. They contain no snnrloas
-r • xhaiisted leaves. No hemlua s or Coloring
Matter used in their Preparation Very valuable
.or mixing with Weaker and « heaper China
leas. 'I hey contain a very high i ercentage ol
Extract. They are cultfvsted and prepared
under th. supervision of Foreigners, upon the
most approved scientific metivods. The eaf Is
manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity
of appearance throughou entire nluok-ngs.
They retain their valuable nimlttles f'T an un
•isual length ol time. JOHN C. PHILLI H A
130 Water street. New York. Agenui of the
CO ,
Calcutta Tea NvmlIrate.
WAY'S
iS WIFT SURE
OINTMENT
- Cures PMeK, Itching blind à hleedlnvjBarber's
r Itch. Te ter, «••It Rheum, Ringworms, Ulcers,
3 Chilblains. Purples, all 8x1« Diseases. The beat
« Ointment In t»e world. The people to be the
H Judge. All druggists sell it. 50 ceu.s. Whole
sale by
JOnNBTON.nOLLOWAY k CO., Philo.,Ps.
DUVvTH V SJ Per wound, disease or other
l EjIt "lO tv disability. Widows, minor
children and dependent parents entitled when
death resulted. Claims reopened, restoration,
increases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob
tained. Apply at onco, delay prejudices your
rights. Fees fixed by law. Address, with
stomp,the old established firm of EDBUN A
GO , Attorneys and Clttlm Agents, V17 Y. 8t.,
Washington, V. O. JyC
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Patents, No. 700 Seventh street, cor. O, opp. • .
s. ratent office, W* blngton, i». C. Corr-a
R ondeneo solicited. N 1 charge for advice. No
■e charged unless patent is allowed. Releren -os
Lewis Johnson A C^o., JUukers aud Tostmastor,
Washington, D. C. Pawiphlet of instructions
free.
. _ J Checks iu 6 boors
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P A T Ë NTS.
F. A. Lehmann. Solicitor of American »no
Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All bi -1
•as connected with Patents, whether before t
the Court«, promptly attenoci
barg made unlew a patent Is secured
circular. aM-t»
V
lit Office
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CLAIM8 A SPECIALTY
A WAKRANT8.
HOMESTEAD CERTIFICATES ,
of LAND SCRIP nought and sold. Large «to
md HIGHEST PKI* ES Paid, Do you want
buy? If so, write to A. A. THOM/
'Mornev-at-Law. Washington, 1>. C.
LAND
ADD1TK »N a
and all klr 1*
-ell
PENSIONS TO ALL
MdSmtet
wound« or disease
r tor loe, pilm, dUrrho««
■a ofhaariaaJwait aad
—mar otfaw aiMM m
ruj*t».re l<«»
unn«li'i«as<
^^■■thyarci
Widows.
kktSmn, woOzMalMBanaiidslMm ut\
W ••««lont.namkiu (MDCowd whore dis
mm
ha
ü.f
s*gs
se
-
Is
rl
1
I
usa «
and Mercn
1 «g suff p ri r g from Blood Po'
and had i-pent SA0® for t
It seem d that 1 was
die. Oncht -t Hwlft's 8p clflc as
ng man would at a straw, a d It has saved
1 a horrible death, a d ett ed me sound
It Is the greatest medicine ln the
C. II. SdlLRY, Quincy, ill.
ri d Ith* ninatl
with no
duo e
a "1 well,
world.
HEREDITARY.—Swift's Hpectfic cored
and v»«il . f a eciofulous taint in) erlted
J. A. MAY, Macon, Ga.
from my ancestors.
I am sure that 8»lft'« Specific saved mv 1 fe. I
as t rrlblv poisoned wit MalaHa and was given
* to'lie. Swl t' Specific relieved me promptly
id ntlrely. 1 think It Is the greatest -einwlj
*' SPENCER,
Bup't Gas W'ks, Rome, Ga.
r
of the a. ®.
dbl nnnHFWAKD WILL BE P'IDTO
qplsUV"U ANA' chemist ho will fin l. on
analvsls of '00 bottles of 8. 8. 8 , one particle oi
mercury, iodide potassium, or any p lscnous
substance. bW IK •' SPECIFIC O.,
Draw«- 8, Atlanta, Ga.
Our treatise ou Blood and fltrtn Diseases mallad
free to o p pllsants.
LIQUOR
QKÀNGXGBOVB
PURE RYE WHISKY.
-IS TACT —
THE PURE8T. RICHEST AMIS Rk**T BY*
WHIHK Y EXTANT
By the gallon or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY,
Uniform In
'""IL*
Absolatalypnro rye.
and delloate in flavor.
A sure and aafe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
». W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE 8TS
mv8-iy-26
Atlantic Garden
No. 224 King Street.
WM. LEGO, Proprietor.
1
Oafl* is always «tooted with tha ohdosst
tlQTfOBH sad CIGARS TEN PIN
and pHCFFLE BO * RD oonnecled with
n*v7-14-tr
WIN
ALL
the arten. Give os a call.
tr
TM BEST GLASS
A -of-,
LAGER BEER!
-nr TBE CITY, ALSO
PORTER AND ALE
»H DRAFT, AT
E. P. FREYE'S
NO. IT EAST SECOND STREET.
jyta-tfu _ _
gPKCHT A 8PAH.N
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
—AND—
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
CORNER FIFTH AND DVPONT STREETS,
WILMINGTON. DELAWARE.
49"Orders by moll promptly filled.
Families supplied with bottled beer; plat
bottle« 8 cents «dosen
A share of your patronage Is respectfully solic
ited. |e!2-l-l7
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
OPPOSITE THF. PBNN8YLVANIA DEPOT,
Wilmington, Delaware.
This hotel Is a new building, entirely newly
turnlshed In a most • legal;t at>|e and oflei.
Araerlcan and G rmancomfo tk. itefreBhment:
and eatabl s first-class at fair pricen.
HENRY lSLolTTII.
Proprietor.
Isa
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
V4*ry fine liquors formedl
clnnl, flavoring aud co .king purposek.
We ask a trial of
FRENCH SPIRITS t
NEW ENGLAND RUM l
JAMAICA RUM, SCOTCH
AND IRISH WHI3 V IE8 !
SHERRY AND PORT WINE !
Francis Kelly & Co.,
103 MARKET ST.
Chas. J. H. Beckett
:
108 WEST SEVENTH STREET,
LWILMINGTON, DEL.
SAMPLE ROOM.
My stock of Wines, Liquors and Fine
Cigars Is unsurpassed in this State.
|yau-t(12
TOHH P. DONAHOE,
O -BOTTLJUt OÏ
lltD HOLK AttENT OK WILLIAM MASSES
A OO.'B PinLADELl'BIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
— ALÄO—
e Oe.^brated Bartholomsy Roc'icster Kwr.
fho brewings are unequalled for purity end
f.aver; couctautly on band in kegs or
bottled. Mineral watora 1« all
the different flavors.
b i 7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMlNUrON, DEL.
«r-Pollf« and accommodating drivers,
y mall promptly atlem'fd to. He Is al^o
ad with the Telephon
Ordert
counec
o Exchange, sndhissig
rl-18
is
mm
111
E
$30,000 tor $2
•JRD REGULAR MONTHLY DRAWING
O WIL' TAKE place In th® Masonic Hall,
asonlc Temple Bnl<dlng.ln Louisville, Ky.,
Thursday, November 29. 1883.
A LAW FUl LOTTERY AND FAIR DRAW
INGS, chartered b« the Lexl-latun* of Ky , and
twice declared legal by the highest court In the
■'täte. Bond given to Henry County in the su •
>fS109 000 for the prompt payment or all prizes
-old.
A REVOLUTION IN B1XGLE NUMBER
DRAWINGS.
-WEvery ticket holder his own supervisor,
m call out the number on his ticket and see the
iberon the tag placed in the
These drawings will
Thursday of every montn.
corresponding
wheel ln his
C,
Read the magnificent
NOVEMBER SCHEME.
.|8 .COO
. 1 ,r«'
. a, one
. 5 . «e
. f\«o
. 10,000
. 10, «w
. 10,000
. 12,000
. 2,7ft)
. Elm
900
1 Prize..
1 Prize..
1 Prize..
2 Prizes, gi
Ifi **
8 X) each
a
600 "
100 "
so M
m "
10 *•
100 •
900 "
•00 M
i.000 ;;
" Approximation
900
8 "
• "
100 •
.*ll0,40f
L 887 Prizes..*«.
WHOLE TICK ET8, $2. HALF TIC AKT* fl
*7 Tickets,$80; 55Tickets, 8100.
Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter. ©» send
r Express. Don * ; send by Regl-U-red Letter 01
ost Office Order Orders of $8 and upward bv
Itnn ss. can hr » »t our expense. Address all
Ortet« to J. J.roPGI A8, LoHlsvlUk By.
r
MIMCMLLAWWO UB.
JOHN MEALS
' ''-L ;
4
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL
Sole Agent for State of Delaware for
WERNER & CO.'S
Champagne "W^iire
racx LIST.
L
Per Cm« 18 Qts.
84 Pt».
$7.m
9800
do
otmtfHitrr a QUAurnma ;
5 Gum
1« Cue.
Ä per cent.
- 10 per c»ntj
- 16 per cent.
IMPORTED
BELFAST GUMKK ALE BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT. .
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIG ARS.
Pure Rye Old Otar Whisky,
Diamond O Whisky.
■T H E-
LIGHT-RUNNIiNG DOMESTIC !
,■>
Jl!
IDS,
=.
- BÎÂ
A
TD0MESTlfSEWlH6 MÀCHINLl
JN JBjKDLKB AN L> t AiiTÖ
For all Sewing Machines, and a full line of DO
MESTIC PAPER FASHIONS, for sale by %
Domestic Sewing Machine Comp.
814 MARKET STREET.
seplO-tf
KENNEBEC ICE AND COAL COM Y
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, E. E, COB. SECOND AND KING STREETS ;
ICE HOÜ8E AND COAL TARD OYER THIRD STREET BRIDGE
d Poplar sts, and No. 209 West Eighth at.
PBIOE OF EASTERN I OF. ;
49 cents per weck 118 pounds dally
...70 " " " I» " »• ....11.08 " •»
80 POUNDS AND OVER AT THE RATE OF flO CTS. TER 100 POUNDS.
Incivility on the part of the driver should be made known at the office
receive prompt attention. We keep constantly on hand a CHOU M bELfiCTiofc
the most popular mines, which w* deliver In cellar? free ef ehgrgt, where sh>wd
Branch Office and Depot, Foarth
pounds dally
is " "
64 cents per
»8 " «
The least neg
and It will
OP «.dal from
IMPORTED BEER!
We have "Kaiser," from Bremen; "Pilsen" Irom
Bohemia, and ' Culmbach" from Bavaria.
"WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION.
I
-WE HAVE ALSO
'Rochester," Stoeckle's and Felm-n
bsch's Stock Lagers.
—our—
Milwaukee,
*>
M)IA PALE ALES, BROWN STOUT & PORTER
-WE BELIEVE UNSURPASSED
SODA WATERS
AS FOLLOWS :
Tonic Beer, Champagne Met tar Cider, Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla,
Lemon. Als-; W.Vte Wine and Cider Vinegajrs.
FOOKD BOTTLING CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Orange Streets,
WILMINGTON,
DELAWARE
The Remington Standard Type-Writer!
A Machine which
is fast taking the
• if the pen.
the Sewing
Machine Is to th
needle the Typo
Writer is to the pen.
ing prdfe : 8lonal and
business m -n.
Correspondence so
liclted. "end for our
new pamphlet.
WYCKOFF, 8EA
MAN8&B NEDiCT
Sole Agents.
J. W. Fart.B,M an
*'-r ager, 715 Chestnut
Bt. Phllia. Pa.
Ivhat
It should be in
every office and study
15,000 lu dally use. s
Endorsed by all lead- BSW j
nm
scpt!0-2m 25
DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S,
Indian Blood Syrup !
\
Cures all diseasesof the Stomach, Liver, Beweis,
Kidneys, Skin and Blood .MILLIONS testify to
its efficacy in healing the abeve-named disease^, and
pronounce it to be file
BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN
[jgjf" Guaranteed to cure D Y SPEFSL1.
AGENTS WANTED.
Lnbratory, 77 W. 3d St. New York City. Dmggiats sell it.

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