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bargain-a small
* kh t ., * about a % mile from city
■'"'.ndvIorateA, blKkily lm|>rovjd
two-iwry frame building with •
1 'i him «tc. Would lie iuluhl. for
■ *!,h ml'.'nK poultry and urany other
will 00 .old oheeu.
puri'omr. 1 TJ, ()MAS K LAU.Y,
r w (Wi Market street.
. cThra t m r j l oou n tk y
lSAL i K mtesfrom thli ally, u«*r K. K.
I0 nie. 4 "• d tn fruit of all kinds.
"ViSom." }
1 ilrahle end ourrl.ire houw, and
: K ,., rv building*. Will eichang.
'n tnl» city, or term of
1 r more In Cherter l-ounty. E.- H.
5} Clayton Hou.e.HulldlUK.
rm
r
B-Hl-e-od_
. saLK _A UKI8T MILL *• UWfXL
l .raM« etc. near Uacllton. Doe-11 Co.,
7 „»llocation lor burlnoM lo u |,rec
A ^ i will sell ou such ter i s as he can
iDgton. Dei. aul eod
HOUSES AT CORNER
d tied ar streets. ( >ne a 6-rooiu
witli "ink in klbih.n 11,1,1 private alley.
house, will, lurico store and all
vemanu: back lot lorrtoUle: K'x.d .land
Hut or a variety store, for a saloon It
•**£& 4,-v
Vis. to* Maryland ave. ault-lo*
sU,B-Ob MOMTHLY INSTALL
Three two story brisk houses (7
.n l she 1 kitchen) with Inside .liutters,
ANDTHEWGKK DGNE B^ I'HK
A »^. i;li THOS*. M«C<»KKLK Jr.,Wl
SALE—2
If D
Dfur
DA
iy27tf
hsALK—SSTOKY BRB'K DWELL
ini, 2*25 Shipley street, easily altered
it liuoues* 1 purposes. conUiti* eleven
1 ... ' vMitsi f** kitchen, ran«e. b
entrance and oleoen
street: newly j.at
rv easy. See or ad
-•arkei'fct. *2l-10i
and
i
L,„.. V il. reran v(
Ip. hEAlGN: . 219
[■haLK-A Y 1WI1IM «)*' ntfclR
L,. ...
ronirntnilmil vl-», Jto»U
PhlHirN. Hrlce* ruuitlnK Irou.
Ho joH A.IMIO. A|>|>ly »» ****•
k'Kral W«l« Olttte, #15'., M»r
Itreft " u °- 1 -'
K^ALE-'i-STOKY BRICK DWELL
" A oath. Price.
mting for $8 per
Also T two story bri(K dwellings, rent
A Price $890 each. But lilt e cash
* E. H. GREGG.
CUvton House Building,
KhALK-A UfcSlUAIILK KAKM IN
Mill I'rrfk liuiiclioii. (.ont'lmnn inn
ill liiliil in pultiyiilion, and
n llrd I'lawirder. Will h« .old a Mat
Samuel Culbert,
Id
v terms
:tu22-lim
fclpley street.
F »K SALE, NEAR TALLEY
Jluudred. containing
.... Good house, barn, spring-house.
Terms o»»sv. Apply lo or addi
PaUL HOGAN.
Hetirv Clay P. O.. Del.
KM
ville, Brandy wl
18-lmt
K SAI.K-; riVK-KUU li HMl'SLS
la . .. location, lot I'rtt fe.it. *1,11*)
lew of those tine
seasv. Also,
age roof houses at 9th and Adams.
HID511 W. Mu'll street, or
nth street. au21 lmof
ye--"
IA1
R SALE-ONE 12 H.P. HORIZONTAL
rugme. one 20 H. P. upr'ght boiler, one
I* ui right holler, a?I In perfect order.—
vcm(SSLhY'S Machii'ery Exchange,
MUlU-t!
hipley street.
K SALE LOW—UNE E N G l N E
lathe. \\ iu. .-wing, 23 ft. lungtli of
« with 3' in. chuck, three tool rests, and
xlev's Machinery ,Kx
)y31-e-od
e, 112 Shipley street.
KSALE-NEW I WU Sl'OKY HKH-K
awftiiiig. six
Uh<iG, Clayton House Building.
. (.uiy $1,200. li.
)K SALK—FIRST-CLASS BUILDING
ored to any part of the city.
F. H. LAW.
Ne .r Mt. Salem M. E. Oh
•h.
r*f
)K S A LK—A H( IUT2N) FEET OF I R( »N
niiliiiL, 5 fed luab, including 4 gdtes
Apply toJ.H. APPLEBY,
No. 4lo M rkut. struel.
bit SALE—A FIVE HORSE POWER
uiKine and boiler in running order, will
DM '•li*»q: for want of a«e. Anply at the
--,n iittlce.
114 tf
ill SALE—A TWO-STOKY BOUSE,
DANIEL M< -
* street.
•. ' Mad
street,
m-er,Third and M'
i.NK
)K SALE < 'll EAP—OAR HI \OE ANI»
liarnt-.-s. Apply at MELUhloR'S Gun
214 Kiiijf cl reel.
INK NEW 4O0-J1. HOWE
024 West F ront street.
ill SALE
plutfu
scale,!
fK SALE-LARGE BAY MARE 7
able for draft or far
Apply at 713 W. Front street.
K > iLK CHEAP—A FIRST GLASS
n good
"Store" tins office.[a21-3tf
H SALK—A NEW DEI BOLD SAFE
aud 11 writing desk, at 624 West Front
au!5-tf
old, s
■6tf
Ision store
Lon. A,i,lrc,
ynn rent.
bit HLN'l—TWO OK THREE ROOMS
table for light
is wishing 'o
Ccutriil location. Address
ie first lloor,
ie tiw,
a4l-3i*
blip otlu-o.
IK HhNT
nis)„-,i ..r
A LODGING ROOM,FUR
ufurnishud, i
.t loc
if
ilv and
>0 children : use
.oderatc. Addro
K.. Pils nillco.
7 tl
>K KKST--2-**T.)RY B 'H K. NO. 614
Jii'-krton street, 8 rooms and buth. Throe
Li.it, 427 East 5tl
SAMUEL C'ULHEH 1,
-treat,
W) Shipley
uu22 atf
KENT CHEAP—STALL IN nTA
I'll;
Mav
h
•11 71 li ;
ie1
Mi
Apply at 801
jelw-tf
KMC st i
set or at this office
OK KKNT-A SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
° r « port of it in the eastern part of the
y. 'l«*.Mral»ly loc
"'I'IH.ican office.
^ »K KKNT-A five room brick
. Apply lit 311
«u22 6tt
H
Id.
Add re.-e
3t
'3 good rep
arket k
P JH HKNT-A shop WITH NTKAM
■ i' cver, mi Pennsylvania avenue near
[iiul-tfl JAS. S. ASHWORTH.
vet.
JK KEN'l—A 7-ROGM HOUSE.
AP
•', IV ('igar Store, N. \V. corner Third
uul8-6tf
•1 Ada
s treats.
d! K! NT—3 ROOMS IN HOUSE NO.
V --Wiilniit street. A family without
"ii preferred. au20 4t{
Il'lff
Fjf K1.NT-TWO SECONDSTORY
L Apply at cigar store S.
K ,r Dilrd and French streets. au22-6tf
>K KENT—3-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
eight r*
, $12. 111• |niro at 901 Shall
au22 3tf
';, KN 'l'-'i DES1KAHI.K UKriOHi,
U.» ,Mo. OKU Shlplov street, llr. H. (I Alt
11 IHintlrt. Jyl2-tf
'"II UIINI'.—tl HOOMS UN SEOONII
[_ K,r nf house, ;«wW. 6 th street. a!7-8*
"•'T-A (101,1) SO A HE C1N1N THK
k i. a ,>u kf with cat eye stones in
rew' I l V' ,on 'l }, ' 5 t wings. The finder will
ewi* i ,m ,J*y ,e « lv, nK it at the Morning
n.ri.dc, ,«■• Supposed to have beeu lost near
»office on Market stroot. |y24-tf
[IIST-om hatukday nkeht, on
^■ve i „M Ct Htrwet ( »r Delaware avenue, a
am ir lift i n ,,,,or engraved on Ke
loll at this office.
au20-3t*
[{ ,:|, n!R|fBD|i R |; D v
i?»e,i7..5! M|, '»l °°ffipound and im
# t(ii«i,ia!I l •^''pportcrTruss in from ■
stam ?,* r* 6 l la . ^<,fprenc « ,, giv®n. B
ai,or Ji,i i f ,r cir oular,aud say in what B
Nish t w 'i w . , ra 5[ ttdvertlsoment. Ad- W
«ttcr?nn^: a .(]OLUNGS. Smlthville. r
to m i— u ! t)r - N - Y ' ^ «(■«». a» w
Agent for DeUw.ra.
Dovlf-lT '
W ANTED - A M1LLEK, WITH A
small family, to occupy a house with
one aers of land, and take charge of s small
mill at Uapo May. at a salary of #26 |w*r
month. For particulars call at this office.
au«2-3td ltw
ANTED-A LADY TEACHER rOH
public school at Centreville. Del.
Must be one of experience, and *oed refer
ence. Apply, with certitteate and reference,
U) Iht. JOSEPH H. CHANDLER, Centre
vilie P. O., Delaware. a2i-3t
ANTED- BOARDKCRTWOYOUNG
men in a private fktully within ten
minutes' wulk of 5th and Market streets.
References exchanged. Address, with terms,
" A. A.," this office. aulfi-Ttf
W
w
ANTED—A PARTNER, WITH f I,.
o iu a well es
uslness; you in*
W
000, or man to eugug
tahlisbed and profitable bi
man preferrel. Address " Business, " this
a u21-3t
office.
W ANTEl>-|3,000 AT 6 PER <5ENT. ON
first mortgage on improved city pro
perty worth 66,300. Address mortgage, this
office. augl3-eod-tf
W ANTED—A SITUATION IN A GKO
eery store: understands care of horses
and wagon. Good reference. Address R.
It." this office.
it22-4tf
ANTED—HO A KBER8 AT 901 TAT
natl st. /it aw r.t rooms and good ao
ml-tf
W
<ommodationN. ADo. Mble board.
ANTED.—HOARDERS AT NO. 1024
TatnallSt. Good accommodations.—
auT-lmo
W
Also, table bouiil.
FANTED-A half-gruwn girl
tor housework. Apply at 846 Tatnall
au21-3tf
street.
GIRLS
T ANTED—1M MEDIATELY,
fruit; old hands preferred.
a23-2t
W
» work
Apply at MOIR'S TANNERY.
ANTED-TWO WOMEN, ONE TO
cook, the oilier to help i n kitchen, at
12 E. Second street.
W
auTl-tf
ANTED-A GOOD WHITE GIRL
for general housework, at N«*. 612 W.
Eleventh street.
W
■i U21 41*
NWTUEM.
IC'OTK.'f.
In cooforiuilv with '.ho p
;t passed by tlia General Assembly of the
State of Delaware, on the 14th Guy of March.
A. D.. 18X3. iiulico is hereby Riven that
applicrttion wi i >e iresente! to >h < honora
!>te Ijeomird b. Wales, As^ocIa
of New Castle (
twenty-flflli day of August, A. D. 1883,
ten o'clock in tiie
the city ui WiliniiiRion
s of the
i
.1 udge
Saturday, the
ng, at (Phumbers. In
a charter of iu
wllod. • 'Ihe W.l
corporation of a Conq
on the
tniugton (Panning < 'oinp«u\. " fo
jgetaide
d to
food in all of Its sev eral brunches,
sell or otherwise disjione of tlie same. The
principal place of tui
t • he lit the city of Wllimngi
the capital stock to he oue hundred thousand
dollars, div ided into one thousand shares of
hundred dallart each, and the amount, of
capital to be paid in before commencing busi
ness, to be ten thousand dollars. That said
corporation is to bo commenced on the first
•*y of September, A D. 188.". and to treuii
nateonthe first dnv rf September, A. D.
mesa mi residences of the origi
nal subscribers to the capital stock are us mi
■ f
saol Company
on. aforesaid.
d
1903. I'll
(
Gkomok W. llrsH, 705 Wept
et,
-KI.I.K. 1.01 Wc
iKO
street,
i k n. Jit., so3 liairison st.
JosKPH L. <'A
John Tait. 1323 Walnut street.
Roiikht Nkil, 13JH Walnut street,
au!3-10t
Wilmington, Del.
rj7A.\ PAYERS, TAKE NOTICE.
1'he undersigned, receivers of taxes for the
(Mty of Wiiuiiugton, will heatNo. 10 East
Sixth st reel, on
the h*
from 2 to 8 iu the afternoon, for the purpose
of receiving taxes. On all taxes paid in
August, will be no requetion; and on all such
taxes paid on and after the first of September
shall lie increased by the addition of 5 per
cunt, ou the amount thereof.
d utter this date, between
the morning, aud
s ..f 8 and 12
EDMUND PROVOST.
Receiver of Northern District, including all
north of Sixth street.
DENNIS KANE,
of Southern District, including all
south of Sixth itreet. iyl6-tf
Kcrol
73ALL PUBLIC SALES.
V
Sept. 1—Superb
•0. ; also, tine lot
Sept H— Fiist-class lots; Nall property, be
1 Delaware avenues;
Eleventh
lots, high land, in the
Delaware
Pennsylvania avenue.
I welling
I vanla
tween pc
orty Acres.
also, lots
Sept. 15—Solid high lots ov
street bridge.
Sept iM—Excel le
Eleventh Ward.
Get. 6—Hum tie
er 3rd street bridge.
lot®
Oct. i:i-ai
iscellanenus lots
nd houses
Parties desiring to sell will pi
ud in
llsls iin
Jdlately. 1ILALD k ()u.
:tt
L EW HAMS' CHINESE FIRST-CLAMS
Laundry, No 211 King street. Clothes
Warranted to give satisfao
ns a trial, If vou please. FI
new shirt, 13c., 2 for 26c.: starch
2 handkerchiefs, 3c,;
: neckties, 3.; under
Up nicely.
tion. Gl
shirts, ].»
1
<1 1
fine shirt. He.:
stockings. 3
s; collurs, 3c.
cutis, ir,
clothing
jy31-lm*
TOTIUE—A. G. G. F.—MEMBERS OF
| Washington Lodge. No. 3, A. G. G.
and members of the order and their male
lUestod to meet at their hull
N
friends
d third Thursday evenings ol each
the first
month.
By order of tin; Lodge.
kst -GKU. W. HENDERSON.
W. Rec. Secret
t
rilllE HI VI RV IEW ACADEMY.
X DELAWARE CITY, DEL.,
•Itool for both sexes,
Monday, September 17. 1883.
er annum. No
dls. Send
6$ CO.,
Delaware City. Del.
A boarding
Ipt'll
*ric
lion. W2F
d't
Notldng turntsln-d t>> tiupt
to C <f. ALEXANDER
tu
iy3V-2.il
o l H E.
N
The deed of lot No. 4. and half of lot No. 3.
soclionin Wilmington and Hrandywi
Cemetery, standing iu tlie names of I'iiomas
L. and Juntos B. Morrison, h .v lug been lost,
application tins been made for a new deed.
THOMAS L. MOKMf-UN. |a21 Ot e-l-d ltwt
BLISS' GCLDLaN WHOOPING
oiigli Syrup, Great Kl e
d, Death to Corns and Huui
Chill Mixture, i'll
and N
Pain Balm,art
Drug Store, St
mington, Del.
D K «
o. at Ic Com
treat
l)\.;,e|Wlil Syrup
1 Lozengers anu
!e at IMNPORTH'S
!
u
alg
II for
1 Market streets, W 11
(I
; 1
I CECREAM—MRS. P. 1 AGGART HAS
opened an ice cream warden at her resi
dence, on the Philadelphia Pike, adjoining
HPervlew cemetery, 'ibis will make a de
lightful ride or walk from Hu* city. Every
thing in first-class order and ihe Lest crea m
served.
ie13-t!
II. HAI1TLOVE,
206 EAST THI RU STREET .tocked
Gun and locksmith. Guns neatly s-liang
and repaired. Locksmithing and hell,
ing promptly attended to.
EM OVAL.
H. fi W. R. Garrett, Dentists, have re
moved from No. 229 Shipley street, to corner
of Delaware avenue and West street. aug4-tf
W.
au'.'lui
R
^SELECT SCHOOL.
K. D. Maris and sister will re-opon their
school, No. 609 Tatnall street, ninth month,
third day. au20-1mo
XTUTIUE-NEW STOCK FOK SALK IN
1^1 the Star l<oa n A ssociation; Anply
PlllLIP PLUNKETT, Third and Market
streets, or to JOHN F. MILLER, 833 Mar
Jyl9-eod-lm
EST PRICES PAID FOR STOVES AND
all kinds nf second-hand furniture and
other goods. All articles sold at a low rate.
A. J. CONNER, 106 Shipley stfOot. a22-6tf
to
Ket street..
B
J PLEASANT SUMMER BOARDING.—
That t»eauMful resort known as Ordhard
rove, seven miles from Wilmington on the
pike, largo rooms, high ceiling,
latod. Splendid shade and plenty
so wishing to spend a few weekt
in the country would do well to visit this
ld*oa before engaging elsewhere. Address.
14. LYNCH. Orchard Grove,Centreville Post
122-1 ino-e op
Kennott
wall 'enti
ol fruit. The
Offioe. Del.
OARDING - FURNISHED OK UN
furnished rooms with board, at bud King
au21*Bt»
B
street.
o LOAN-TRUST FUNDS TO LOAN
on good mortgage securities. Apply
A. ELWOTl', Attorney-at-LftW,
T
au21-6t*
to GEO.
' Bayard Building.
TUB OLD TURNPIKE.
We bear no more the clanging hoof,
And the sfage-ooach ratti ng by ;
For the steam-king rules thelraveled
And the old Pike's left to die.
The grass creeps o'er the flinty path,
And the stealthy daises steal,
the stage-horse day by day
world,
Where
Lifted his iron heel.
No more the weary stager dreads
The toll of the oomtng morn ;
No more the hunting landlord runs.
At the sound of the echoing horn;
For the dust lies still upon the road,
And bright oyed children play,
Where on jo the clatteriug hoot au I wheel
Rattled along the way.
we hear the cracking whip,
fir the Mtroug wheels rumbling round
Ah ha. tiie water driv
And au iron horse is found !
•h stands rusting in the yard,
No
Tim
And tlie horse hath sought the plow ;
We have spanned the world with au iron rail.
And the steam king rules
now ?
The old l'urnpik- is a pike no more.
Wide open stands the gate :
We have made us a road for our horse*, to stride
ride at a flving rate.
We have tilled the valleys and leveled thehills
Anil tunneled the mountain's side :
And round the rough crag's dir-sy verge.
Fearlessly on we ride !
Which
On—on—on—with a haughty front:
A putt, a shriek, and a hound :
While the tardy echoes wake too Iste,
To babble back the sound;
And the old Plkeroad is left alone,
And the stagers sought the plow;
We have ciroled the earth with iron rail.
And the steam-king rules us now!
The Bad Boy and the Baby.
Grandpa loved the baby. The baby
is three years old, with the prertf an*
big blue eyes, the plumpest, reddest,
cheeks, the dearest, dimpled mouth, ami
the euumugest w iys in the world. Baby
has sturdy little legs, and restless,
strong little arms, and is an example of
perpetual motion. Baby's grandpa ac
companied him on vnrioiiH walks, but
grandpa's ambition was to take baby
the store, wiiere the boys could
* what a phenomenal child he is, and
whnt cunning ways he has.
One morning grandpa dressed baby
up, and whe i he started away with
grandpa be looked, with his wavy
golden hair, bright eyes, and little
brown cloak, like one of Kate Green
way's creations imbued with life. When
the passengers in the carstniled at babv
and remarked how sweet lie was, grand
pa was happy, and chuckled as he
thought of the enjoyment of having
baby with him at the store. Once at
the store, baby was the centre of an ad
miring crowd of grandpa's business
companions. Baby was shy at first,
and one fat fist was pushed into the
little mouth, while baby's eyes were
cast upon the floor.
Pretry soon, though, baby regained
his usual spirits and started on a tour
of investigation. His Mrst venture was
to pul lover a lot of ledgers and ac
oount-ho >ks that bad been undergoing
an inves*
pile he pi
tie of vi Met ink. Pursing his investi
gations further, baby found himself in
the office where the brightli* varnished
safe, with its impossible landscapes, at
once attracted his attention. The heavy
iron door was dosed, and baby, by
standing on a cha : r, could just reach
the coiubination knob, the brightness of
which had caught his eye.
He played with the knob, turning it
round and round ever so many times,
and laughing to himself. But the man
who came to open the safe,and who was
in a dreadful hurry, didn't laugh, for
the lock had been worked for years on
a psrf of the combination and baby had
destroyed it coinpletely,and three hours
• required to Mud it aghin. Out in a
back room baby found a hammer and
some tacks, aud tilled some new desks
full of pretty tin tacks. Then following
the promptings of his busy little mind
he pulled a piece of string to see what
was on the other end of it. There was
a mantel ornament belonging f<» one of
the boys on the other end,and when the
baby pulled the ornament tipped over
and was shattered.
Baby was frightened at the iuuss lie
had made,
that stood on end
that bad been used
during the winter. Grandpa found him
there, but in what a plight ! His little
lac*- and hands aud bis beautiful white
dress were begrimed with the nasty
coal-dust. Grandpa brushed him ofT
and washed his face and hands, and
le him somewhat presentable, after
which lie set him down in a big chair,
aud told him to sit still Baby sat still
about a minute aud then slid down out
of the chair, and wandered away into
the hack room, where lie suddenly
spied a little dog curled up asleep on
the top of a l>ox.
Baby stood on his toes, got a good
grip on doggy's tail, and pulled. The
dog woke up. And the next minute
baby's little legs were working for dear
life as lie tied towards grandpa's quar
ters. Grandpa met him, kicked the
dog, and quieted baby, tried to patch
up the places iu baby's dress, where the
dog's teeth had made ragged rents, aud
began to club himself for bringing baby
down town. Finally baby clappe/
climax by upsetting on himsel f a *
lard oil, and grandpa quit work for the
rest of the day, wrapped the baby in
thick brown paper, tied a string around
him and took him home. It will be
some time before grandpa will take bis
>et down town with him again. Baby
tad a good time though.
liMlIFKiHontiilj'.
The September number presents a
host of bright attractions, of which
ly a few' : " The Treaty of
" The French
" Tlie Tea Commerce of New
York," " A Sentimental Journey to
Two Homes of Edgar
Thames Embankments," and " Noli
Gw,vnn,"are the prominetitarticleH,each
profusely
serial, "The beautiful Couutejisof Clair
ville," is continued,and a new one com
menced. " True to Untruth/' and
there are a great many short stories,
sketches, advei tures, etc., by popular
writers, of exceeding interest, together
with poems of unusual merit. Amongst
the contributors to this number are : J.
E. Iluntz Bees, K. Battersby, Aman
da M. Douglass. H. Barton Baker, Lieu
tenant H. I>. Smith, N. Robinson, Kate
T. Robinson, Oscar W. Riggs, Henry
Tyrrell, C. Rosetti, Audrey Frere, W.
O. Stoddard, Philip Bonrke Mrtrstou,
etc., etc. There are 128 quarto pages,
and over 1(H) |embellisbments in each
number, together with a beautiful color
ed plate frontispiece. " A Merry Com
panion" is the title of the present one.
Price 25 cents ; V) a year, postpaid.
Address,,Mrs. Frank Leslie, Puolibh
53, 5ft,and 57 Park Place,New York.
The Rave at Monmouth Park.
Next Saturday, the 25th instant.there
will be six great eveuts at Monmouth
Park, the principal ones being a run for
$5,000, iu which the famous horses
Iroquois, Leonatus, Koli, Geo. Kinney,
Barnes, etc., are entered, and a running
race for two year olds, for a purse of
$1,200, in which the great horse Gonl.
Harding has been entered. For the ac
commodation of all who desire to wit
ness the races, the P. W. &. B. Co.,
will run a special train, leaving Broad
street station, Philadelphia, at 10.30 a.
m. Returning, will leave the Park 20
minutes after the races are over. Train
will stop at Poweltou avenue, German
town Junction, Frankford aud Trenton,
both going and returning.
» of this
a big hot
igafion, and oil tot
Mired the < on tents of
lid hid hiuiHolf in a box
the door, and
li >ld soft coal
d the
tan of
tin
Paris, Septeniher 17H.I,"
rflage,
Tin*
The exciting
illusi Kilt d.
er,
vour Jold pictures to Ilollaiid,
ket St. and have them copied.
Take
307 Mai
A Terrible Spree.
Brooklyn Eagle.
You're looking pretty fresh this morn
ing, observed the managing editor, as
the religious editor strolled into the
sanctum, and put his foot upon the
desk to tie his shoe.
" Don't feel very good !" growled t he
religious editor. " I got oft with some
of the boys last night, and we bail a
racket, now you hear me shout."
" Who was in the party ?" inquired
the managing editor, enviously.
" A lot of clergymen were showing a
stranger around," replied the religious
editor, stretching out his full length.
"We went from one church to anothei
how the prayer meetings were
and then we called on several
who were too superanuated
to get around with us. They all set 'em
up—."
"Set up what?" demanded the man
aging editor, rather startled.
" Lemonade, and biscuits, and dough
nuts," continued the religious editor.
" By that time it was 9 o'clock and all
hands were getting excited, and some
body said he knew a man who had cider
in his cellar. After we had downed a
quart or two of that, we began to get
reckless. So we went to the house of
one of the brethren and sang hymns till
half past ten. I got, a notion how things
were coming out and wanted to jump
the game . but they wouldn't have it,
ami the most hilarious
crowd s lid if we would c<
to
goin
ig on, a
fellows
old
man iu the
e aron ml to
hin house he would cut a pie. That
made 'em all fairly wild, and away we
went. After the pie we had some more
hymns, and Mnally, to wind up the
whole business, I sent out aud bought a
watermelon. That busted the racket..
They got to throwing seeds at each oth
er, and they laughed so loud that you
could almost hear them in the next
room."
"Anything else?" inquired the
aging editor, dryly.
" No," responded the religious editor.
" When we had Mulshed the melon we
all went home, but you bet some of
those dominies have got ahead on them
this morning."
" Shouldn't wonder," assented the
And 1 don't sup
managing editor,
you feel much like work."
" I might be braced to it," grinned
p religious editor, with au eye on the
closet door.
And the managing editor pulled out
the demijohn, aud the religious editor
washed down the last recollection
of the night before with a copious
draught of fourth proof forgetful*
i*'
the
ll eh
Advertising rheatx!!!
" It haa become ho common to write
the beginning of au article, in au ele
gant, interneting manner,
"Then run it. into Home advertiae
meiit that we avoid all auch,
"Aud Him ply call at ten i
merits of Hop Bittern in a« L
eal terms an possible,
"To induce people
"To give them one trial, which
proven their value that they never use
ything else."
"The Remedy ho favorably noticed
in nil tlie papers,
" Religious and secular, in
" Having a large Hale, aud is sup
plauting all other medicines.
"There is no denying the virtues ol
the Hop plant, and the proprietors of
Hop Bitters have shown great shrewd
ness
to the
plain, bou•
" And ability
" In compounding a medicine whose
virtues are so palpable to every oue's
observation.
Did Nhe Die?
" No !
"She lingered and suffered along,
pining away all the time for years."
"The doctors doing her no good. ''
"Aud at last, was cured by this Hop
Bitters, the papers say so much about."
" Indeed ! Indeed ! "
" How thankful we should lie for that
medicine."
A Daughter's Misery.
,, Eleven years our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery,
"From a complication of kidney,
liver, rheumatic trouble, and Nervous
debility,
Under the care of the best physicians,
" Who gave her disease various
.'lines,
" But no relief,
"And in
she is restored to us in
good health by us simple a remedy as
e had Hhunned for
Thk Parents.
Hop Bitters, tha*
years before using it.''
Father Im Gelling Well.
•* Aly daughter says :
" How
Hop Bittern.''
He is getting well after Ids long guttering
from a disease declared Incurable."
glad that he used your
•h better father Is since he used
"And we
Bitters."—A Lady of Uiica, N. Y.
Found Nick In an AlmshouNe.
Reading, Penn., Aug. 22.-—.lames
1>. Rutbenmd. son nf Jacob Rothermtd,
11 wealthy farmer of Perry Township,
Berks ('ounty, who disappeared mys
teriously some weeks ago, lias been re
nds He left, home lust
April for low.i, having beeu supplied
by Ids father wit li abundant means.—
After seeing considerable of the North
he became homesick,
-as also attacked with malarial
stored to his pan
ru coimtr
fever.
He started home, aud i
trunk arri
hie time his
t*d, hut he did not. come,
no tidings in regard to hitn
hen the father re
•ritteii from the Venau
shou.se by the
There
until Iasi Friday,
ceived a letter
goGouuty (I'enna.) Al
son, asking for $.10 to enable him lo
ome home. The father sent another
home. When
s to bring hi
of his s
reuched h
it was
the young man
learned that his mind had Income some
what affected owing to fever.
At Chicago he took a North-hound
train instead of one for the East. He
was robbed on the train, and about 150
miles north of Chicago, having neither
ticket nor monev, he was put off the
train in the wilderness. He worked his
way with difficulty through the pine
forest, subsisting for several days upon
roots aud berries. On making the open
country he undertook to walk home,
and, after enduring great hardships he
arrivedat the Venango ('unity
house, broken down in health and in
rags.
The Art of War.
America lias three times bad the hon
or of revolutionizing the art of war.
American armies are due the introduc
tion of the scotp or open oirder system of
fighting, with all the concomitants of
skirmishers, ritle-pits, etc. Foreign na
tions were slow to adopt it, hut it came
at last and is now universal. America,
too, was the first to introduce the exten
sive use of the rifle and of sights on na
val guns. To-day the rifle is the univer
sal arm of the infantry, and
without sights or means for accurate
laying is as useless as
powder. The third revolution was the
introduction of the monitor, aud here
the honors belong to the individual ra
ther than to the nation. Captain Erics
son's monitor was, in spite of caviling
and All that has beeu said in regard to
ironclads, an entirely unique con
struction. The idea had never been pre
viously carried into practice, and cer
tainly had never been put in successful
form. The work of the monitor produc
ed a revolution in naval ideas which it
is difficult for us at the present, time
to understand or conceive, and onlv
those who come after us canfully real
T
cannon
i without,
128,
A VISIT TO MACON, UA.
Valuable Testimony Well Worth
[Special Correspondence Atlanta (Ga.) Con
stitution, July 15, 1883. J
A representative of the Constitution
spent a portion of last week in Macon,
aud was accidentally thrown with Mr.
J. A. May,
extensive irou works, who startled your
reporter by remarking to him : " 1
feel kindly towards everything and
everybody that comes from Atlanta,
because
employee of Schofield'*
I UWK MY LIFE
to a firm in your city, and will gladly
give you a history of my ease.
" It wan discovered," he said " when
three yeaiv* old, that I had inher
ited from rtoiue of uiy anceetorna Scrof
ula BI<kxI Poison of the worst type. Ah
I grew older the disease continued to
had tried in turn a acore
moat noted idiysicians,
until it (teemed
twenty 1 hail
muh to me, t wo or three
drug .stores, and was a living proof that
there wa< no virtue in medicine for my
disease. The disease aud medicine
combined had taxed my system until I
was a mere physical wreck. I was
sallow, had no apjietite, had lost flesh
until i was nothing but sores, skin and
bones; The sluggish blood which Mow
ed slowly through my veins was full of
poisou, and was in such fearful condi
tion that even a pin scratch would re
sult in au ulcerated, running sore that
would take weeks 10 heal. I had taken
mercury until my joints were stiff, and
I hii tiered so from
M EIOL'HI A I. KH Ei M AT1SM
that I was laid up every wiuter ; and
the mercury had soaked into the mar
row of iny hones until 1 was an infalli
ble barometer, ami could foretell to a
certainty the approach of rain by the,
aching iu uiy joints. Hearing of Swift's
Specific, I determined lo try it, but
without any faith.
A SPEEDY AND EFFECTIVE CURE.
1 commenced improving with the
first bottle, and in a short time the stiff
ness had left my joints aud the sores had
disappeared from my body 1 passed
through last winter without a taint of
rheumatism, and have had no appear
•e of the terrible disease since. My
general health improved as Swift's Spe
cific drove out the monster, which was
eating my life away, ami I gained in
Mesh until I weigh 150 pounds, which
is nearly double what it was when I
began the use of the Specific. For the
first time in years I enjoy my food. As
an evidence that Swift's Specific elim
inated all the poison from my system, I
cut off one of my fingers a few mouths
ago in a machine, and in less than two
weeks it had healed up nicely ; aud a
few days ago I mashed my thumb with
a hammer, and you can see it is healing
up fast. If eirh r of these accidents
had happened a year ago, the chances
are that I would have lost my hand.—
I.(summing jp, I will say that, my ex
perience proves beyond the shadow of a
doubt that Swift's Specific will cure the
worst cases of Blood Poisou, even when
it descends as an inheritance ; that it
will cure Mercurial Rheumatism, aud
drive the mercury out of the liones.
joints and system : and that, it will
build up the general health, anu is the
b st medicine in the world. My case
alone is enough to convince anybody ;
but 1 have known it used in a number
of cases, and it has never failed in a
single instance."
Mr. May will take pleasure in an
swering anv letters in regard to his case.
Y. M. L. A.
grow
of the best and
aud had taken uicdici
a farce. Before I wa
swallowed, it
t
I'lKbt I.aNl Evening.
About ft o'clock last evening two
tramps bad some words at Water and
Market streets, when one struck the
other and a tight resulted. They pum
melled each other for some time, and
when at last they were separated, one
had an ugly cut near his eye which
bled freely, while the other looked like
a half drowned rat from being rolled in
a puddle of mud and water.
al
Nfar, Nfar, Heauilfnl Nlar.
The finest chewing tobacco on God's
green earth. Chapman, sole agent,Sev
enth and Orange streets. Also,the not
able Sam Bass. A whole factory for ten
cents. One hundred .30-pound boxe«
sold in the month of July. Sold at the
great tobacco mart, SeveutU aud Orange
streets.
Buy the Celebrated
Wilcox Sc White Organs, and also the
Matchless Hazelton Brothers' Pianos.
F. A. North Sc Co.
W. H. Mullen, Manager, 71J Market
street.
THE GREAT 8ERMAA
REMEDY
FOR PAIN.
Reliavea and ouru
KlUXMATISM,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lumbago,
ItiruACHB.
DUD1CHS, TOOTSACUr
SORE THROAT,
QllNMV SWEUJKSt
U-BAIFI,
turtnni, Cull, BriuNa,
IROSTBITEa
Df BCAI.IMS,
othsr hodlly Mbs*
■u<l v*in*>
FIFTY CENTS 1 BOTTIA
]l
1!
Aod
flol.l bj All I>ra|Rtat« and
Peileri. Dlrocilou* iu 11
ThaCharluA.T9eal*rSx
(thMMMora »• A. To**Ut a CO
i
I
ly
6
Baltlaor*. M4* B.14
Mi
^JHILADELPHIA MARKET*
GRAIN
Wheat, Red and Amner.
Timothy hay per ha.
Mixed .. ...
Straw . mm.....
Whlto Oats.
Clover Seed.
Timothy.
Mixed Oats.
.tl 1501.2
67 IS .67
.76
.60
.60
6 I
.60
.46
39.
9 . 00 ^ 29.60
1.8d® 2.00
.40
.88
PHILADMLrHIA OATLB MARK NT.
Sheep, per head
jgunns per lb..
. logs per 100..
•teef Cattle
...f2.oo{)6 ;•
...00.4(1 8.00
H.OO(}8.t0
...4.76 8.7f
per 100
WII.M1NOTON (QUOTATIONS.
Wm. Lea A Sons
William Lea A Sons best
Clifton, F. F. F.
Poutaxet F Extra Roller
Kirkwood, extra Roller Groand
Family Flour " "
Ooeldentat '' *'
Superfine
l ine Yellow Corn Meal, per ton
" White " " " "
Coarse " "
(lorn Shorts,
U itli ns
Best Middlings,
Best Ship Stulf
Bran
Feed Meal
Cracked c
Ground Corn and Gats
Prime Yellow Corn
Fine Longberry W heat "
WILMINGTON HAY AND STRAW
MARKET.
Prime Timothy per ton.
Mixed " " .
Clover " .
Baled hay " .
Baled etra »
Loose "
7.86
per t>l
7.2*
0.61.
6.26
6.78
4.0C
29.0(
29. OC
26.00
14.0C
per ton
14.00
20.00
17.00
og
17.00
24.00
26.00
26.00
.68
por bush
1 10
6
.fl3.0iiH14.80
. 12.OOH1M.00
13.
12 .
16.
11.00
14.
10 .
12.00
. 10 .
{coal!! {coal!
REDUCTION!
J. HAMILTON k CO.,
J
1
(BRANDYWINE RIVER,)
Eleventh & Church Streets
Have reduced the price of
Free Burning < oal to BA Per Ton
Hard White Ash Coal lo
15.75 Per Ton.
We will protect our patrons in
Price, Quality and Quantity
1
None hut the Best Grades Handled.
Clean, Bright and Glossy.
Sand, Lime,Cement, Piaster, Ktc
Cord and Kindling- Wood
By Load or Box. All goods delivered free of
extra charge and in tiest possinle manner to
all parts of the city. Call upon or* send us
your orders. Telephone No. 5. Prompt and
courteous attention to all.
JOHN HAMILTON & CO.
ie29-tf
SPECIAL NOTICE!
S. H. STAATS,
NO. 405 MARKET ST..
DURING THE NEXT 30 DAYP ' '
MAKE A
Sweeping Reduction
IN THE PRICES OK Hit
SPRING A SUMMER STOCF
-HF
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
-AN!
GAUZE If F.KINO UNDERWEAR
-FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Also, a great reduction in
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
We have taken thislstep in order to reduce
ourstosk. before oomiuenrdug to tear out and
enlarge our store. Come and secure areal
bargain. S. H. STAATS.
a pomtj** tunt Hay.Fever
Catarrh
I have ueen
afflicted for 20
years, during thel
months o f Au
gust and Septem
ber, with Hay
Fever, and have
t r Pe d various
remedies without
relief. 1 was In- twnT _
duoed to try Ely's/aaiaLCMeaea* jglj
Cream Balm;
have used it with
favorable results,
and can confi
dently recom
mend it to all
similarly afflict
ed. Robkkt W.
Townlky, (ex-l
Eliza
P»r ELY'a
Issft
a
l
hay-fever
Mayor)
beth, N. J.
Apply oy the little finger into the nostril*
By absorption It effectually cleanses the nan.
al passages of catarrhal virus, causing healthy
secretions. It allays Inflammation, protect*
the membranal linings of the head from ad
ditional colds, completely heals the sores and
restores the sense of taste and smell. Bene
ficial results are realized by a few applica
tlons. A thorough treatment will cure. Un
equaled for colds In head. Agreeable to
Send for circular. Sold by druggists. By
mall 50c. a package—stamps.
ELY'S DREAM BALM GO., Oswego,N,
ce- 3d
Y.
3PY5W
t DR. f
idylS[M
BEFORE-AND-AFTER
• r
Electric Appliances are aost on 30 Bays' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
WE2
re suaTerlng from N
Vitality. Lac
Vigor, Wasting Wic;
I 'KI'IUTS
N
K F(
.aud all tliobc dis
wultlLK from
relief and
and
f a Pkksonal N
Ahusks and Otiikk Cav
complete restoration of Heal . ...
Manhood Gcarantekd. Th** grandest dlscov
cry of the Nineteenth Century. Send at onc«
for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Addreew
VOLTAIC BELT CO.. MARSHALL. MICH.
Speedy
. V
1
DR. SIMMS
Vegetable Pfllla,
The Perfection of Pills.
Man kludge Favorite
PUIS.
The most famous liver medicine on earth
No griping, sickness or woaknoss attend theii
operation. They do not leave the bowels pos
ture. They tone and strengthen the Liver
und act on the kidneys, stomach and skin
curing liver oomplalnt, sick headache, nen
ralgia biliousness, pain In the sides or back
pain In the bowels, kidneys or bladder, eto.
Very valuable in dyspepsia, malarial flsver oi
4umb ague, chills and fever, general weak
noss, loss or appetite, eto. They are splendid
for weekly females as an assistant to keep the
system healthy. They are endorsed and re
commended by thousands as the nicest, par
gatlve and splendid liver medicine. Elegant
ly sugar ooated, 26 cents a box: family boxes
6 in ono f 1. Sent by mall. Sold by leading
dealers In medicines. Main depot,(Fourth and
King streets, Wilmington, Del., and 602 AJOb
street. Philadelphia. novtfrtf
N. MELCHIOR,
GUNSMITH,
No. 214 King Street
HAS FOR SALE
BRUCH AND HUIELI LOADING
GUNS
Of all makes, revolvers andcartrldgMof all
kinds. Fine nlokel-plated revolvers, $1.26
Implements for breech-loadfng guns, glass
balls and traps, and fishing taolilo. Repair
og done at snort notloe.
XrOTlCB-300 SHARES OF NEW 8T( >CK
Iw have Just been Issued by the Mechanics'
Loan Association. The investment is paying
over7 per oent. per annum. Persons owning
this stock and wishing to withdraw at any
time, can do so and will receive at the rate of
6 per oent. on tbe same. Anyone desirous of
securing stook can do so by calling on W. J.
MORROW. Secretary, 417 French et. ap!9tf
MM ii/riNi; iabcl.
Corrected June I. IMS
TKAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
FjuLa.—2.00*—2.23* - 6.80 -6.40 7.90-7.60
—8.10f—S.16—*.O0—».3»—»..'jS-lO.a0-10.8O--11.6?
a m 12.0<>t »n 12.16-111. :»*—1.64—2.30f
4.00—5.17*—L.'JOf—-W.66—6.38*—' 26-7.80*—0.66*
p. in.—
Nkw Yt
a.m.—1. 4
Baltim
— 2.*)0*~2.23*— '.ia- 8.58— 11.63
7.26* p.m.
—1.06*—1.42*-4.51»-8.06*—9.17*
a. in.—12.27—1.00—J.Otf— 5» — 6.00 — 6.67 —
11.04* p. m.
Washinoton—1.42*—4.51*— 8.06*—0.17 a. tn
—1.00—1.09—6.00—6.57—11.04* p. m.
Baltimokk and intkkmkdiatk statiows.
1.06*—y. 17a. m. —1.00—5.00—6.00 p. m.
* Trains running both daily and Sunday,
f Trains running only on Sunday
Dblawahk K. K.— 6.oo*—9.10 a. ml.o&—
3.00*—4.00—6.25f p. in. No Sunday trains.
• For New Castle only.
t For Harrington and intermediate sta
tions.
Wilmington fa Northern Railroad— 7.00
a. in1.06—6.03—6.16 p. m. Sundays,7.00 a.
in.—3.10 p. in.
Dklawark W bhtrrn Railroad—7.06—10.80
a. m 6.30 p. m.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT WILMINGTON
FROM
PHILA DBLP Hi A—12.46*—1.00*—1.32*—4.47*
46-8.(Y2*-9.06—9.12-10. lot-11.36 a.m. ;12.26
-12.60—1.07—2.30* —8.50- -2.60- 4.30—455--6.M
—6.63—6.20—6.48—7.36f—7.50-9.6*. -10.38--10.68
p. m.
Nkw York -1.32*—4.47*—8.02* — 9.12* a.
m -12.60-1.07—*.66-6.48*-l0.5«*p. m.
BaLTIMOKK— l.fil*—213*—9.34—'W.54— li. 48 ft.
m;—19*86—1.61—6.11*—8.30*—7.24*—9.49* p.
ID
Washington— 1.61*—2.13*—11.48 a. m
12.S6—1.51—6.11*—6.39*—7.24* p. m.
* B«th daily and Sunday.
On Sunday only.
klawakk Railroad— 8.60—9.60*—10.16 a.
m.; 12 o6—6.06*—6.50 p. m. No Sunday train!.
* From New Castle only.
Wilmington A Nokthkrn K. R .—6 26—
8.40—11.36 a. in.—6.42 p. m. Sunday, 10.30 a.
m. and 7.U0 p. in.
Dklawark Wkstkbn Railroad 8.00 a. m.
—2.76 p. tu.
TRAINS LEAVE FUR WILMINGTON
PHILADELPHIA—BROAD
STREET STATION
12.30*—8.66*—8.30—7.2U*--".oo—8.2l»—8.86f—
10.16—11.30—11.60 a, in.;—12.tSH-l.06f—1.32—
3.16-4.02—4.26—6.06—6.20—6.66— 8.06f —
7.30—8.30*—9.30—10 00*—11.32* p. IU.
New L'ahtlk—8.33—9.36— 10.02—11.46 a. in.
—1.40—6.36 p. in.
* Daily and Sunday.
f On Sunday only.
A train will leave W ilmingr.on for Newark,
aud wav stations, Sundays exoepted, at 7.48
Returning, leave Newark at 8.26 a. m.,
for Wilmington and way (Cations.
*#~Tlie black Han res denote (be
Limited Express Traflna'M
. m.
WaTHIN V. NflOKTLIDtiE'l
Men and Boys,
Philadelphia.
.School year opens Sept. 12. Fixed price cov
ers every expense, even hooks, etc. No extra
charges. No incidental expenses. No ex
amination for admission. Thirteen experi
enced teachers, all men and all graduates.
Special opportunities for apt students to ad
vance rapidly. Special drill for dull and back
ward boys. Patrons or students may select
any studies or choose tlie regular English,
Scientific, Bust ness,Classical or Civil Engine
ering Course. Students fitted at Media Acad
emy are now in Harvard, Yale, and ten
other Colleges and Polytechnic Schools. A
Physical and a Chemical Laboratory ; a tine
Gymnasium aud Ball ground. 1,600 vols.
aii'ied to Library in 1383. Apparatus doubled
in 1883. Ten students sent to College In 1883.
A graduating class in Commercial Dep't in
1883. Media has 7 ohurches,and a temperance
charter which prohibits the sale of all Intoxi
cating drinks. For new Illustrated Circular
address the Principal and Prop., S WITHIN
C. SHOKTL1DGE. A. M., (Harvard Univer
sity Graduate), Media, Pa. jy27-lm
S
Academy for Young
Media, Peuna., 12 miles fr
oin
Delaware College.
The next term will commence
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5,18X3.
THREE COURSES OF STUDY :
OLANM1CAL, MIESTIFIC, AGRI
CULTURAL AND LITERARY.
Both sexes are admitted to the class-ro.»m.
For catalogues and other information, apply
to
Pres't. ffm. H. Purnell, LL. D.
NEWARK, DELAWARE.
au8-lra-eod
K8. LAURA OSGOOl JAKKNEyS
eeleot school for both
M
cs will re-open
Monday, Sept. 3d, 1883, at the Harkness
Building, northwest corner of Tenth aud
<1 in
will he for
Market streets. Cli
all common and higher English branch
hook-keep ng, music ami such ancle
modern languages as may bo desired
Primary Dejurtment will be under tin
ceasful managemcul wr.ieh has given
satisfaction in the past. In the hlgfiei tl-
partu ents. the full -foil of experienced teach
ers ensures thorough instruction au l dr'll.
hum ruble patronage "f
oast two years and "ie
of mind and body win h
Ttstie excel 1 nee, must
' opening the most sue
in
a ml
'•.14-1
The
this school duringth
systematicd* viplu.t
has been its c-har.ict
render the ye
cessful of Its
*18.00 per qinir
furt er in
npnlv, hetwee
MRS. HARKNESS,
mington, DH.
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Rugby Academy
A SELECT SC HO' »L FOR BOYS,
WILL REOPEN ON
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER :i, 18S51
Office hours during August, 9 to 11 u. *n.
and 3 to 4 p.m, Parents desiring ro s«
scats fur their boys,are invited t«» cull o"
MURPHY, at Rugby,during the hours 1
lionet! above. l_ 1'
ettre
K.
au 10-1 in
T KEEMONT 94E.niNAKY,NOKKI S
town, Ha. Patronized by those desiring
lor ihelr sons careful moral training and
preparation fbr business or college,
oof 3 ear commences Sent. 11. For cir
address the Principal, JOHN W.
jy24-26t
thorough
40th soli
culars,
LOCH. Ph. I).
Cofee! Coffee!! Coffee!!!
Our Coffees are Always Fresh.
We own our roaster and roast all of our cof
fee. We roast
a week, therefore they are always fresh,
stale colic*
d three
•oftce tw
bund. We ha
of
;iiit)o, Jaui and M ha
cotlee always on hand, either green
roasted.
We have n good coffee w
pounds for $l,0o,and an elegant cottee w**• I
at 6 pounds for $l,0o.
We also have a fresh line of New Crop
:unyra. Mi
Kio, L
f. 1
or sell
T
26c. p ir j
Wehave tea as low
the tiest 60c.
oity.
to lie fou n*l iii : i 9
1 60c.
ke a siwialtv of P
*■ Hph
We
rado.
have ground expressly for
SiiKHra Held lit cost ti. clllMimmr
HntitlHomo |.rei.niiti. of (llii.tw
Tollt Set.-, etc., ii I von * It), ton u
A1 ho.ii full lino of New Crop T
CRSPPEN'S
TEA. COFFEE A N I> Mil l* f-TOBE,
ND. 6 EASTNEOUNDSTI HIST.
W. E. LEDNUM ^ CO.
.--BOOT AND SHOE STOKE,—:
*421 West F.lfrlifh Slreef,
(One doer from Tatnall.)
A#*(ffistom Work a specialty.-%A
jelH-lt
♦^Repairing neatly done.*08
A TTEN FION.—ALL PERSONS DE
j\. siring pure 1 frugs orChcralcaltv r wish
Ing their prescriptions or privato receipts
carefully compounded with pure materials
should go to the drug soore of
H. R. HKINGHUKST,
817 Market street. Wilmington Itel.

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