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' LOTTERY ' Will Q J take T'aoe Tn'uM^SuonioTbuf Jll annle Temple Building, In Uoulivllla, Ky.. Ma tuvhbat, BOV. SB. ISM, A Lawful Lottery and Fair Drewlng4,ohw uredW the Lettl.lalure of Kjr.. and twloe <jaelared le*»l •'1 th « Make* Uourt In the State. Hood a'ven u> Henry t'ountj lathe ium of $ 100,000 lor the prompt paymantof ail prlter lold. ARcvalsMaa la Mingle Namher lira* lags. gg-Every tick<t holder bin own eupervleor. »n call out th number on hi. ticket and eee the oorreepondlnn Dumber on the lair planed in the wheel In hi. presence Then, drawing. the la.t Thor.day of every will ooear month. Head the magnlfloent . 980,000 10,000 PRIZE, ! do. l 6.000 do. ! 6,0U0 2 Prices, 92.600 each 6 do. 20 do. 100 do. 200 do. M 10 do. mo do. 6,000 1,000 each .. MS* each . loo each . W. each .. 2" each .. 1C* each . 10,000 10,000 10 0 0 10,000 10,000 V prizes,1800 each. Approximation prises 2,700 9 prises, 200 each. •' " L** 9 prises, 100 earn. , M ** 900 9110,40c 1,867 Prixes. Wlxwl* Ticket* |'i. ll»lf Ticket*,#! n Ticket*, IAO. fift Tickets, #100. Kemlt money or Hank Draft In Letter 0 mikI by Express Don't send by registered letter or |*>st office order, until farther no Order* of 9f>and upward by Expre«*,wU) sent at our expense. Address all order* to DOUGLAS. LoalsvIlle.Ky. sllt.th-ws,. . 1.1 OPENED! OPENED!! Fall Campaign Opened at -RUSSELL'S BEE HIVE New goodH receiving every day from the New York markets. The entire stock bought for cash, and we mean that the Bee Hive shall tic the place for good, reliable goods^t low cash prices. Our Mr. Russell is sending almost his entire time iuthe New York mar kets,which places us in a position to get the bargains of the market. Extra value irf Black Silks, good reliable makes, warrante* not to cut. Some extra bargains in Lu pin's Black Cashmere, in all grades. Don't fail to sec them ; never before so low. Several cases of Dress Cloths, all-wool, double-width, from 50c. up to the finest French goods. Our Fall and Winter Underwear and llosi Stop and hoc our terv now in. stock; goods freely shown. Trade dollars taken at 100 (its. BUS SKI/S Bee Hive, MOti Market at. pi'HLIC SALf 4n i KESH COWS. SPK1NGER8, FEEDERS AND HULLS. Will he sold at Public Sale, at Bed J.ion, Earn Marlborough Townahip, Chodter Co, <•* cr Pa., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 12,18®, 40 fresh cow*, hpringers, lot of young bulls and feeder*. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock. S1LL& DAILY. L W. Stiiiiiam a Son. Auct's. ] 11 dAw ts J)l tLIt) SALE FRESH 4'OWS SPRINGERS AND rAl STOCK. Ike Kui-hcrlbhr will otter at Public Sale, at th* <)nadd'» lord Hotel, 1 tela ware County »•«.,( THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 18®. a lot ot frest cows, springers and fat stick. All persons are Invited to be there. AMOS W. H(*U h W. Stidham ft Sow Aucte. fB D airymen and farmers,take Notice/ Remember the day and place. .« at Public Sale, at Villugo Green,Del aware County, Pa.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER?, 18®, At 1 o cioci. p. m., sharp, Fifty fre*h cow*. 40 fre*b by Gay of Hale. This I* the be*t «lrovc of the nesson. Two onth* credit. The train leaves tbls 3ity at lu.3h p. in. in time for the *ale. ROBERTS ft TYSON. au2V-dftw STIDHAM ft SON. Aucta. Coal! At Reduced Prices WE ARK SELLING <X)AL AT fft.00 PER TON. THE BEST OK FOAL AT |5.76 PER TON. ALSO, KindlingWood. JACKSON LIME & COAL COMP'Y SHII'l.tV h K1N<» ST. W1IAKVKS. jj3-!uly Piescriptions a Specialty I Medicine must be carefully ami Hccurjitcly compounded, from pure and reliable drugs,by competent persons. Superior fa cilities from long experience.— "killed assistants and extensive vurictv of stock. THREE GRADUATES IX PHARMACY EMPLOYED. ft UUALIFIKD AftNIftTAMTW. UAS.BELT, PHARMACIST; NIXTU AND MARKETMTN. WHAR YOU GWINE' i 12 East Fourth, more than goods an 2° ] r 'h your neighbors, nlar and far, 10 '"iy their Shoes of Lemuel Marr. 1 ll Like you all to Fourth and King, fr 1 , 1 ' 1 " n go we ll shouland sing, •■mu .<4.tue with me and fit your roet, m c'ftrr's, N(. 12 . on (last Fourth street. LEMUEL MARR, 8'dng rlgnt away to w they don t charge , worth, "Ol.t* IN B4MI1N AND NHOE» N '». 13 EAST FOURTH STREET. N miOE-LEAKN TEI.EOKAFHY, day or evening, P. ft N. J. Telegraph, 'uam 920 ('hestnut street, Phila., Pa.— kir* n Da| 0l#c *, **** Market stroet, Wiltnlng B *»t prices paid for all kinds °* second-hand furniture, stoves and «»'er g,^| Bi Bt No I06 Hhl|*ley street. All kw« 1* also mid nt a low rate. A. J. CONNER. ol5-tl oclb-lm D!'BULL'S COUGH SYRUP For the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Croii|i, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Inci pient Consumption and for the relief of consumptive jiersons in advanced stages of the Diseasc. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 c. WANTED. ANTED-A PARTNER. TO KN gage in the roofing business. One who understand* fin rooting But a small capital required. Inquire of PENNOCK A FOREMAN. Fifth and Market streets, or WM. H. LUDEN. 612 lombard St.ocS9-2t| W ANTED—A POSITION IN A ' AN nery. Have had 12 year* experience in canning month, fruit*, oyster* and nsh.— ''miner, this (*•27 2tf w Haiti in* office. preferred. Add ANTED-ANY PERSON OUT OK employment and with >1 emailamount sae in k ng street w crrttive business o 28 at* of money to eng Call *1 307^ Ki ANTED—MORTGAGES OF LARGE or small amount!. Money waiting. IIEALD A CO w ov. ;,t I17ANTED-A MAN TO TAKEt'HARGE jV of a horse 001 Shipley street. (1 cow. Apply at boom 2 , oc29-tf ANTEP-A noun WHITE 011(1. for general housework. Apply East Second street. w 411 oc29-2tf ANTED—BOARDERS AT 901 TAT nail it Pleasant rooms and good a© >mmodatloni. Also, table board. ifil-tf W ANTEll- A MIDDLE AUED WOMAN a« cook. Ai'i'ly st No. 4 Wc.t Fourth v-Sti w ■treet. ANTED - A WHITE UIKL FOR *27-8t w housework, at 916 Adams *l. ANTED-AG1K AS TOOK. OAK DEN Eli. Seventh and Shipley. o2w*t w ru* *AU OK SALE FOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS 4 dwelling* and 1 store and dwelling at the corner ot VanBuren aud Elm street* six rooms, bath, ga*. hot and cold water. They are the most complete and best finished small houses ever hullt in this city lor the money, lake them throughout All frames property fastened by the owner himself. Apply Im 1020 Marviand F enue, a* there mediately are 26 applicant* U> rent them, oeia-lut JOHN DAVIS. )K SALE OK EXCHANGE—THE three story! brick Pt^re und dwelling, Northwest cor. 2nd and Van Huren streets, jvlth in rooms and bath. Will exchange for desirable private residence. Apply toTliMM AN K. LALLY. 002 Market street. oc!7-tf F IK SALE OR KENT-TWO 0-KOOM brick houses, located near Mt. Salom M. E. church. Phaser Wilmington. Apply to F. H. LAW', near VIt. Salom M. E. church. sp28-tf F the Highlands, Either pur •nter i* entitled to a single fare to OK SALE-PERSONS DESIRING TO buy houses or building lots In this city procure the monthly catalogue of pro o«rty for sale, issued for free distribution by E. II. GREGG, Ulaylon House Building. Spl6-tl F ihould OK RALE- BLACKSMITH ght shops, five AND >med-fratne land in < 'hunter Co., cash or city properly. E. H. GREGG, <'layton House Building. o2 -Tt F wheel house* and Pa.. f..r 91. F OR SALE—2 NEW BRICK HOUSES French root*, front an< idem improvements. U10 and W14 French *»r 1 hack porches Easy terms ;et. J. C. Pick o!8-28t all N( els. OK SALK-A ROAN MAKE, KIND d single F double and gentle, both I barness.sold for want of use. Also, a dearborn and harness. Apply at No. 10 Maryland ave. •29 3t (iK SALE—ONE PAIR OK GOOD work mule*, quick In all harm:**. Sold Ht a bargain. SHEWAKD'S coal yard, (24 Went Front street. F ml gentle Call at o27-8t fTIOK SALE OR It* NT-A 9-ROOM house, No. 800 Popli terms. Inquire of ANN East Second street. b PERKINS, 31(1 oc26-0t OK SALK—GOODYVIIJ , STOCK AND fixture* of a we||-e*tai>l(*hed Hour und feed buslne*". Addre** H . thi* olllce. olfl-t F FOB BENT. A fter to-day,ottohek 20th,lima, there will t»e tor rent 0 of the finest the city. Six rooms, with bath, gas, sold water, dry cellar*, and finished in tiie best style, elegantly laid out for con Harrison street above Second r, HENRY W1TS1L, ,•20-1(11 hi hot -I venlence, Inquire ot tin: t runt and Madison street*. JJOUSES FOR RENT. Two-story brick, 3 rooms, ®2 Locust sf. $12 , 21 E. 22nd *t. 11 Apply to.1. AUGUSTUS M't'AULI.EY, 006 Market street. 6 •13-tt F OR KENT-HOUSE NO. 708 W. 8TH street, with eight room* kitchen Will t»e rented for four mo longer.. Apply to JAMES F. BUTTON 7' west Eighth street. ocl 7 -tf lid shed h* o OK KENT-TWO HOUSES. NO. 904 Linden direct, side yard, bath, h«>t and oold water. No 1182 Elm street,five JSP&rrlBon street*. F to JOS. L. UAHPENTER, Jr., Ninth oc2 tf F or rent-a house, containing 10 room* and bath, at 1407 Harrlfr>n Ht.. In good order. GEO W. MAY, P, W. ft B. Freight otflee, 4th aud Fine *treet*. *p21-tf F or kent-the house no. mb Shipley *treet. Apply to J. L. Dc Vou, corner of Fourth and Market ntreetH. oolO-lm It KENT—3 IIKSlKAIli.E OFFICES, at No. 330 Shipley streot. l»r. M.HAH . Dentlet. )y!3-tf rrvi UET. )K KENT-A HOUSE IN A GOOD locality. Apply to P. J. FORD, Fifth and Rodney ntreou. «ep!2*tf F I OST-UN SATURDAY MORN J porteinonnale. The finder will rded on returning it to M2 Washing 04589-3 tj ally ton Htreet. C ^OMETO 103 EAST SIXTH STHEKr j and see the goods we will open on Sat urday morning. It will poy you to be hand; we will fill your basket for $ ;6 bag* of flour for 91: while loaf drips at 12c; new buckwheat and new figs at 12 c; new currant*, a#* for 26c. Wo give a cup and saucer with every pound of tei. Mincemeat. 3ft* for 26 cent*; prune*, -'ft for 26 cent*: Boston pickle*, at 16 cent.-i a quart; aft ginger snaps. 26 cents; aft cracker*, 26 cents; lunch lihcult. 10 cent* a ft ( ; sugar cured shoulder.'*, at l'» cents, a* good as ham : dried heef, 16 cents a ft; lard. 2ft for 26 cents; Parudiso colter: line dulce, 10 cents. Ladies, come to 10.3 fast Sixth street,Jon Sat urday, and see it jou ean't buy the worth of $2 for 91. T. M. WIKB. oc 20 et) C lANt F.R INftTITi:TE-Pror Kline, by ) his Lectures, Investigations, Scientific Treatments and immense practice, stands preeminently unrivaled and is acknowledged authority on 4'mncer and its kindred. The most extraordinary cures by bis great 4 hem leal 4'aiicrr antidotes, are recorded. No knife, caustics, loss of blood, or fearful treat ments required in removing the largest of cancers or tumors. For particulars send for free Treatise, or call on I)r. Kline, 981 Arch street. Ph'ladelphla, Pa Imitating frauds everywhere. Beware of KATIE WILU' DINNED PAETT. Mrs. Welle wae In New York ; If abe bad not been, thin dinner party would never have name oft. If Mr. Well. bad brought three gentlemen to dine, with out notice, the would have kept them waiting till they were ready to faint with hunger, till a liandaoine dinner bail been prepared. But thin day Mr. Wells had met three old college friends, and, without think ing, he had naked them home to take " pot-luck" and have a quiet afternoon and a long talk. Katie was painting very busily on a pretty net of inner-cards, when her father came to her door anti explained, in rather an a|K>logisiic manner, about hi* fr,end«, who were at that moment taking oti their coat* in the ball. Katie ro*e to the occasiou. "Oh, papa, dear, I'm glad you brought them. 1 can't get up au cle an t dinner on thi* abort notice, but I'll o my best, and if thing* go wrong— which they won't—I'll imitate the lady who conve s**d ho calmly on foreign Haver* and acquired taate* that her guests thought the burned aoup wa* a *pecial dainty." Mr. Weli* wa* cheered by Katie'* manner more titan he wou cl have been had he known there wa* ouiy salt boiled codfish and potatoes for diuner ! Katie put on a lug apron and went to the kitchen—it her—to confer with tue new Margaret. She noon in »pired her. " Come, Margaret,let u* *ee how good a dinner we can make out of nothing. Have IS strange plat e to the house . hIih Maid. " We've a quart anil a pint ami a *up over, miss." "Then we'll put dinner off a little, and have potatoe*. Mash about eight of these boiled |>otatoea t Margaret, and mix in enough milk to make it like aoup, nearly a qua-1 1 think. Heat a little butter in well, and salt and pep peril. I've broken two egg* into the tureen. J list before we sit down to the table, heat the soup and pour it the raw eggs ami stir thoroughly." " Now give me u platter and the boii ed fish." Katie built a wall of ina*hed potato, a finger high, round the platter, leaving the margin had all been picked from the fi*b. Hhe now filled rlie space inside the potato wall witii it. After pi a iug a thick layer of potato over the?4>p, nhe smoothed the wall*, and wet the whole lightly with tnilk. " It will »ake that twenty miuute* to brown," said Katie. " Now make a nice drawn butter sauce, with plenty of nasturtium seed* ; they are nicer than cai*rs. Then dish the tomatoes and beets, and o ir dinner is ready " Katie cut an egg which she had boil ed when *he first came down, into smooth slices, and left them for Marga et to lay around the edge of the platter, with alternate slice* of it uiou aud sprigs of parsley. It only took a moment to lay nine little squares of bread in each uapkin. A few geranium leaves and a bit of scarlet blossoms in a glass vase gave " an air" to everything. Then, of a sudden, Katie had a thought. How it would please her father if she should give bis guests din ner-cards painted by tier own hand! She chose four and called her father from the parlor (0 ask th • names of his friends. She flew up stairs, hurried on a pret ty dress, and went, as com post* 1 and smiling, to he introduced to her guests, as if she bad never seen the inside of a clear. The bones kitchen. In a tew moments Margaret announ ced that dinner was ou the table. The soup was a success—Katie knew it would be. Then Margaret, in the large white apron, brought in the new dish. Well* looked sharply at it. It it tasted sis it looked it would taste very good iudeed, he thought. Margaret passed the drawn butter and c jelly, and everyone ate h< sutily for the very good resison that the dinner was delicious. Little goblets of lemonade were plac ed by each plate—rather sour lemonade —which is very acceptable with salt codfish. The guests were charmed with I he cards. They said they didn't need souvenirs of this pleasant dinner, hut they should cherish the pretty tokens. Margaret bad lighted the wood fire In the library, and after dessert—which was only a dish oi nicely cut anil sugar ed oranges—the gentlemen settled themselves there for another chat and sipped the cofiee and ate tiie cake which Katie sent in to them. After they had gone and Katie bad seated herself by her father, with her work, Mr. Wells thanked her for the pleasure site hail given him. " What was that nice browned dish, my dear ?" be asked. "Why, father, it was codfish; didn't you ta to it?" "Indeed I did, and I ate a hearty dinner, but, I couldn't, believe it codfish. 1 never saw a codfish diiiuer before that didn't look doleful." " It was invention did that, father," said Katie, laughing "It has he left to me to develop codfish into a dish that experts praise." "It lias been loft for you to develop what might have been a discomfort and an annoyance to me into a comfort and a pleasure. I have thoroughly enjoyed this day. I'll put my card carefully away, and it shall always remind me what a thoughtful, sensitive and smart I have," said .Mr. Mr. if tl daughter Wells. When Mrs. Wells heard of the party she said she must hurry home, or those crazy people would he having a recep tion on a Monday morning, ami she anil her sister laughed, and said, " Din ner-cards at a codfish dinner !" But the giu-hts went home and told their daughters w hat a very nice houio tliiitier Katie Wells gave them, without any apologies, in her mother's absence, and how tasti Hilly the table was laid and how gnu efully she presided. One gentleman, whose daughters hArdly knew tin re was a kitchen in the house, said : "I should lie very proud of my giris was as accomplished as Katie Wells." If A WiNronilu Elopement. Milwaukee, Oct., 28.—'W. N. Gray, manager ot Hall's jewelry eMtaMi*h umnt, at Marinette, am! Mi** Helen Warren, a pretty Hcuool teacher, have eloped. Thu young woman, who i* a niece of Mr. Gray'* wife, wa* an inmate of the Gray household. A few <layH ago, Gray kissed hi* wife and children good bye, and bidding tiie teacher adieu, started, a* lie clui i ed, for Milwaukee to buy good* tor id* house. On the day following Mi** Warren, apparently very much agitated, in ft.ruled Mr*. Gray that. «he had received telegram, May ng that lit r father was nick, and her presence at hi* bnlside wa* desired. Her start for home that night.. Ye*terday Mr*. Gray found that her hu*bund had not gone to buy goods,and on telegraph mg to Ml** Warren'* home it. wa* di* covered it tiie truan'H were not there, htsbelictcd they are in New York. n intHitiMii wa* »o To III# PhMIc film ward's coal office will bo open (hi* evening until 8 o'clock to accom modate those who cannot call through the day. Thi* arrangement will con tinue through the will ter. Huy your furniture of J. A. Conner, 417 Sbi| ley street Confluence, Pa., October 29.—A terrible dleoeter occurred near Brooks Tuunel, on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, yesterday morning about 9 o'clock, resulting in the inetant killing of five men. The railroad company bat* b»*en strengthening aud widening the tunnel, and Home distance outside a magazine had been erected, in which wan Htored 1,200 pound* of dynamite to he luted for blasting. A freight train had jiutt passed through the tunnel, and wae side-tracked to allow an over due passenger train to pane. Four of the crew of the freight train walked back to the vicinity of the magazine, and were engaged in conversation wi h the watchman, when the people living in the viein 1 y were atartled by aterrltic conctisaion. mileH around were shaken to their foundations, and windows for a dis tance of seven miles were shattered. Horror stricken, the people ran from their houses, and upon investigation it was found that, the dyrnauite had ex ploded with fearful effect. Everything in the vicinity gave evidence of the ter rible force of the explosion. Trees were uprooted, huge rocks were torn asunder and telegraph poles for half a mile were prostrated. Nothing remained of the magazine, and the men who stood near it just before the explosion were missing. All must have been instantly killed. Portions of bodies, including legs, arms, hands aud heads, have been picked up half a mile distant, bn* badly disfigured as to he unif oglu •/. .bie. The cause of the explosion is envelop ed iti mystery, and as the live men who might have thrown some light on the accident are dead, it is probable that the cause will never he known. Not far from the scene a gun was found, and it is supposed that one ot the vic tims dircharg d it, the concussion caus ing the dynamite to explode. An in quest was held to day by the Coroner, and a verdict of accidental death was rendered. Great excitement prevails here, and hundreds of people in to the scene of the disaster. Houses for Hit c«n gone Mary (karfblll Found. St. L»u is, October 29.—News has been received of the missing girl, Mary Churchill, who disappeared from her father's residence in .fitly. Her father —Colonel Janies O. Church*II—has re iled at In reived a letter from her, dianapolis. He refused to make if* contents public, blit furnished the fol lowing cari : To the Public : After a suspense of three months 1 am to-day in receipt of a letter from my daughter, mailed from a distant city. As the paper* all over the country have accorded me every facility in their power (and in many ca**-s at gieat expense) in my search, notwithstanding the injunction im jkk- ed by my daughter to withhold from publication the contents of this letter, the duty whichl owe my friend* impels hieh I here mu to give its purport with attach, as follows October 2ft— My Fattier: I write to lei you know that I am alive and w«ll. not ou the stage, as you supposed, nor have 1 eloped. Oh, how could you think when I cared so little for geiirtemen's society ? 1 aui earning my own living, honestly. Teach my little sisters and darling little brother to think kindly of their sister Mauy. Colonel Churchill utmost confidence in the authenticity of the letter, and bot h he aud his wife identify the handwriting. They have •jo information of their daughter's whereabouts, but both feel confident 'hat they will soon hear from her again, aud that she will return home shortly. I a hx jirc-HCH the Simplicity I who think tbat in Dr***. Tim del* to drep well if istmcessary to tires* extravagant \ or grandly, make a grand mistake. Nothing bcauf\ ns sinrplicity. We have » remarkably fine person ro if its i rue ett'e.ut by being ell bee •s true feminine bed m;t Nothing i* more nbecoming than over Thu stern simplicity of tin* classic is seen in the old sDitues loading beauty. and pictures painted by men of superior artistic genius, in Allien* the ladies were not gaudily, but simply arrayed, and we doubt whether any ladies ever excited more admiration. So also the noble old Roman matrons, whosesuperb forms were gazed on by delighted jjrnen worthy of them, were always plainly often presents the hues of tlie butterfly, but fashion is no. a classic goddess.. dressed. Fiihbi l*rrNounl. Senator Justin S. Morrill, of Ver mont, will lie seventy-li v« years of age at the ex pi rat of his tor :xt, year. When Mary Anderi nhe w ill lie a star of the rtr»t magnitude. Her IiOiidon set continues to l>e a bri'liant huecess. Judge Aldis, of Vermont, a few yearn ago huilt a hoiiHe in Wa*hington at a eoHt offI2,CHK). lie Iihh now no'd it to General Sheridan, for $41,000. Blackburn, I'arliHle and the prenent incumbent, William*, are the most prominent candidate* for the next Uni. ted State* Senatorwhip troiu Kentucky # I>r. McCo*h doe* not know if there is . . inmsription on Gariyle'* tombstone, but HUggests this : " Here lies one who gave force to the English tongue." 7-30—8. The audience at the opera Hou*e last evening was nothing like a* large as tlie play or company deserved, and the only way theHinall house can In* nted for i* the threatening appear ance of the weather, and the number of attraetion* presented last w ek. Mr. Daly's comedy of " 7—20—8, or ('ast iitg the Boomerang." is tilled with mirthful scene* aud fairly with humor. The very excellent com pany is thoroughly disciplined, the sit uations easy and natural, ami tin 1 many ludicroiiH turn* How without effort or straining. The plot itself is simple,hut the author has managed to introduce several laughable mistakes and intense ly funny scenes. The company is very strong, and presented their roles in a natural and realistic manm r. •erllowing IniporfaiK Ifrrne. Uncle Jonh Green, who live* a mile North of Ma.VHviBe Ky., tell*us that Home time ago hi* daughter, who reside* at. Union City, I J a., wa* sitting near an open door during a shower, when her attention wa* attracted by the fall of some substance, which hit, upon Hie step and bounded oft' into the path. Hhe thought it was a large hail stone ; went out aud picked it up. It was clear au a crystal, but did not melt. In the dark the stone w as luminous and was shown a curiosity. A tew days ago it w to Erie, and a Jeweler pronounced t Ia* be a diamond worth fJJKX). Dlarliarved on a Technicality. Joseph K. Hur l, a Hewing machine agent, late of 8l. Louis, who ha* been held in Boston on an Executive war a fugitive from justice from Missouri, where he is charged with hav ing • nt iced away from borne a young woman, was on Saturday discharged upon a habeas corpus, that the warrant aud Issued. The girl was taken home by her father. the ground improperly based The revival mission of Messrs. Moody and Nankev at Uorke. Ireland, has terminated, having been largely attended and very suc cossfal. AT John Wanamaker's, PHILADELPHIA. jTUESDAY: With an aching tooth and an aching foot at either ex tremity, there's little choice between the two and sorry comfort for the body. We're not content with simply shoe sellers. We employ fitters of both sexes,with an experi ence antedating our entire business. Thus fortified, we take the responsibility of workmanship and of the fit ting as well. Should either prove unsatisfactory, you be ing the judge, the rule of the house applies to their return. The four cardinal points in fitting a shoe are the length, the heel, the width of ball and of instep. You may declare a shoe easy when we know that in 24 hours you'll be most uneasy. If we err, it is at our own cost. Our " French Shoes " are not made in Philadelphia, but in Paris, made in Philadelphia and Massachusetts are easily had if you want them, but not from us. Our" Hand-made ''Shoes are absolutely such in every stitch, and not machine work in skillful imitation, don't keep that sort at all. Our French Calfskin isn't domestic, hurried through the tanning process in a few weeks and only French in the brand. It is the very best Calf from French tan neries, with many months of seasoning and brimful of ser vice. French Shoes We The leading makes in ac tual French Calf are Mer cier, Jodo and Lemoyne.— We use the first named as the best. These skins and all other material are care felly selected for our work and largely inspected by our buyer in person. All sole leather is well hammered either by hand or improved machines. We have in stock 21 dif ferent makes of shoes, the product of the best handwork of Philadelphia and New York, and made under our own supervision. Our work is made up long in advance, giving us a re serve stock vastly improved by thorough seasoning. Recently we gathered the accumulations of old stock, odds and ends, rejected and returned work, etc., and in stead of putting them on bargain tables, we rid our selves of the lot outside, so that our customers should not be tempted against their interests, clean, fresh, and of the very best. Our stock is Shoe Department. i 5 John Wanamaker, OHESTNUT. THIRTEENTH, ft MARKET " STREETS AND OITY-HALL SUUARE. PHILA. Our First Number FOR FALL. 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 Re publican know we have a larger Stock than usual, be cause our trade demands it, and this is an evidence that our goods are sold at as low prices as elsewhere, or a lit tle lower for same quality. Our Children's Stock is complete. We do not 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 our Suits from Five to Ten Dollars. In our Boys' Department we have some very stylish garments to show you, while the young men cannot help being pleased by making a selection trom our nobby Styles. We have over 40 Styles to s^ow you in our Men's Department, 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 other. This does not give you much of an idea of our Stock, but if you will stop in at 4th and Market streets, at the it will give us great pleasure to show you our goods and prices. Yours, Jno.W. Diefendorf&Co, 8D20-tf MOTlCIft. OI UHS AND COLON. c UK.WILLIAMS' CELEBRATED COUGH SYRUP. A sure cure for all coughs and colds,and all affections of the lungs. Price 85c. a bottle. Prepared only by F. F. BRIDGE WATER, Graduate in Pharmacy,corner Gilpin and Lincoln st».. Wilmington, Del. venue sly-tt N otice. - a meeting of the Trustees ol the Poor of New Cas tle County, will be held at the Alms Wednesduy. Oct. 31, at 10 o'clocg u. m. Persons having bills will pre sent them by that day. The Supply Com mittee will meet at Almshouse, Saturday, Nov. 3d, at 10 a. in., when proposals will he received lor furnishing the institution for the next three months with bread, meats and to J. W. COUCH, Sec y. OC26-41 house. I no v 11 OTIC-E—AT THE EARNEST SOLIOI tatlon ot a N ber of my former customer*, I have again commenced the repairing of all kind* of *ewing machines, at h o. 112 Shipley street Orders left at the mioi> will receive prompt and care ful attention. 1 will furnish you auv machine In the market nt the lowest possible price. oc27.tf W F. C'KOSSLEY. Machinist. machines ARE PAID BOTH WAYS BY BOAT to all parchu*er«. Tapestry Brussels, F 06c. All W ool Ingrain*. Handsome Ingrains, Extra Super ingrains. Best Mtock ot ctrpet*. rug*, etc., in Phila delphia. PAYNE G. OKEEN, 823 North Second street. oclO tt 4 1 ) to 76c. R EMOYAL. H. ft W. R. Garrett, Dentists, have re No. 229 Shipley street, to corner moved fro of 1 iclaware avenue and West street. aug4-t! TELEGRAPHY, P. ftN.,1. Telegraph, in olficc 92B Chestnut street, Phila., Pa.— Branch otHee, 606 M/nJiCt street, Wllmlng ton. Itel. LEARN 1^1 day or evening. •15-1 /carriages TO HIRE BY \y the day, week or month. Ap ply to JONES GUTHRIE, South oC Market l.v27-tf itreet bridge, Wilmington. OTIUE—CITIZENS' L< »AN AHSDGl.( tion. New stock for sale; first payment due Thursday, October 4. o 2 (>-l m N to GEO. C. MARIS, Secretary. O LOAN—MONEY TO LOAN ON mortgage in sums to suit. Apply to GEO. R. TOWNSEND. o24 Ct T 16 pIHlLADELPHlA MARKETS ORA I* Wheat, Red and Amber. rimothy hay per hd. Mixed .-. . Straw.«.... (Hover seed. . Timothy. .< .9*11,07 MJf'C .0 2 .3lj 1) .30 . .75 if .86 6&S .75 70 a.so B.M 9. 1.8602.01 PHILADMLPH1A oattli markwt. Sheep, per head. L«amb8 per ft....— Hog* per 100. Heef Cattle per 100. ...92.60(9'.25 ..00.40 0 .7 7.(W07.IO ...4.26 0 6o fc ■2 KRUNKH AND THAfELIHtt BARI 1. A. CONNER, reliable harness »nd trunk manufac turer has removed :o his new store, No i E. Fourth st. near < Ylarket. where you] *111 find tfio largest,] Assortment of har-'--— .. ices, trunks, bags, ate., in theelty. Ladbs md gentlemen's pocket hooks and ladles bopping bags, uld at reasonable prloes, 'rouipt attention paid to repairing trunk; 5 ad travelling bags. a I.N. W.N. MrNAIR, SO WIDELY and favorably known a* the principal or ganizer of Grand Army Posts t hroughout the State, In a letter to the Proprietor says:— " One of the severest colds l have had for years, nearly caustmr loss of voice, tlrelv cured in less than t ounple bottle of your Hkaziman Balm.''— Sample bottle, containing 30 doses, only 10 Hints. Druggists, 04526-1 w (i days.by a Ocent. Of ing A TTENITON.— ALL PERSONS DE Ml string pure Drugs orUhemicals.or wish ig their prescriptions or private receipt arefally oomponnded with pure material «hould go to the drug store of H. K. HKINGHU K8T. SU Market street Wilmington, Del. M KIMJCH UfiDIUU m NO PH1I.AUEI.PHIA AND KKTUKM, and alter November lft, The favorite and commodious steamer, "ft. M. FELTON,* 1 leaves Wilmington at 7.00a.m., daily, except .Sunday. He turning. leavesGhestnut street wharf at 8.00 p. B.Fart to Chester or Hook, 10 c. To Philadelphia,lie. excursion, »c. EXCURSION BY STEAM BOAT AND KOTUKN BY KAIL. Tiekatf will be sold on the boat good to return by (ft# p. W. A B. K. H. on accommodation trains only, from Philadelphia, 75 cents; Linwood (Marcus Hook,) AOtciiu: Chester. 40 oenta. Wilmington Steamboat Co. mlfl t* •MS t a is a a HANOEO* TIME. ON AND AFTEK WEDNESDAY,SEPT. 3» STEAMER WILMINGTON," For Philadelphia, call ing at Marcus llook and Chester, leave* Wilmington from Fourth street wharf at 6,40 a. m. and 12.80 noon. Returning from Philadelphia, second wharf below Chestnut street, at 9.80 a. m.and 3.30 p. in. Sunday—Leaves Wilmington at 7 a. m. and 1 p. in.; leaves Philadelphia at 19 a. in. and 4 p. m. Freight received all day at Philadelphia. mrlT-tf C u ADAMS & BROTHER Dry Good*, Hosiery, Dry Goods, Hosiery, Notion*, BOOTS AND SHOES, RUBBERS, Shoes and Boots —For Gents,Ladies and Children.— OIL CLOTHS, FLOOR, TABLE AND STAIR. New good* in Toy*,Book*, Game*, Doll* Expre** Wagons, Velocipede*, Doll Coaches, Wheelbarrow*. N. B.—The cheapest and best plan for housekeeping goods in the city, and largest line of toys and fancy gwxls in the state. 504 MARKET ST. 504 AGENT FOR HARPER'S BAZAAR PAT* TERNS. Another Invoice of Fine Scotch Whiskey, Jamaica Hum, Baa* Ale,Brown felon t,and Royal Cabinet Whisky. CHAS.J.H. BECKETT, 108 W. SEVENTH STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. [auH-lBI rpHE FAMstB Rock Candy & Rye Whisky —FOR— [HBUAT ASH 11ISU DUUIM. For salo In quantity to salt; also a tin* tot of well selected Wine*. Liquors and S*g*rt Good 8 sent to any part of the city freeof char** JAMES A. KELLY, ft. W. Corner Tenth and Oreny "t* FRED. A. ROTH Brewer & Malster, » rHIKTY-FIKST ft JEFFERSON STS., Jfflce, 287 Green street, Philadelphia, Pa Wilmington Depot, 403 Poplar at* This celebrated beverage Is sold In all flrxt 91&88 places In the city. mSMf Grand Union Hotel. [European Plan] l) RESTAURANT. OPPOSITE TIIE PENN A. DEPOT. WILM1NTON. DEL. This hotel is a new building, entirely newly furnished in a most elegant style, and otferi American and German comforts. Refresh ments and cntable8 first-class, at fAir priOM. flO-ly HENRY BLOUTH. Proprietor. AN DRESS TRIMMINGS 1 laving received a full as sortment of the new fall nov elties in Dress Trimmings, we call your attention to the stock of Gimps, Ornaments, Loops and Faurageres,Chen elles and Mourning Fringes, black and colored Tubular Braids. The assortment of Buttons is complete. All the latest novelties in Coat and Dress Buttons of bone and metal. M. E. RILEY, 228 KING STREET. 8pl8-tf ass norm roartn m PHILADEWHIA, Duaraatees to oam(alwi by letter) Nerroof lietitllty, Youthful lmprudenoe, Lost Mu hood, bliecta of Indleoretlun,Private 1»1 W e e , (acute oases In 4 to 10 days.) Plmplee,'Tetten, Tailing out of Hair, etc. Dr. Thee I tame bad years Medical experience, and le tile earn physician in Philadelphia who has made Uf specialty in Europe under the leading pro fessors. Head " Scourge of Quacks." the ax posing or " Self-styled Profeseors," "Bn» ends' Free Prescriptions, Museums, etc." This is the only hook whlok is flee from al exaggeratlon, and glroa a true history of tous debility, skin, blood and private dim eases, and shows the host methods of treating these dlsoases, by the leading anthorltlea 01 the world. Price 36 cents. Office hours:—» a. m. to 4 p. m., and from 1 to 81< p. m. Sunday S a. m. to 3 D. m. DK. fUEEL 16 wJ A V'U ftWIFT NITRE ,WAl n lifer pills cCure ay«pep*ia.costivene8*,loB*of appetite, fc jaundice, sour stomach, pimples. Bcrofala, ^sich headache, ulcers, sores, rheumatism, -nervousness, lowness ot spirits, biliousness. ■2 As a dinner pill they are unequalled. The i Great Blood Purifier, Liver and Kld ^ney Regulator, and the best Family Uath •artlc Medicine. Nothing injurious, ele <«gAntly sugar-coated. For sale at druggists. £25 cent*. JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY ft '■o., (Wholesale), Philadelphia, Pa. a FOR A LARGE LOAD OF kindling-wood. L harness store of Well ft Kingwalt, Second and Market ; Georg# Gray, Second and King street*: John A. Ewing, Ninth and Madison streets; or send portal card to fa# torv, corner Union street and Gilpin avenue. JAMES L. McKINNEY. wi orders at lo27-lm* N. MELCHIOR, «1JNNWITI*,N«».214 KING STREET, Has for sale Breech and Muule Loading GUNS. Of all makes, revolve s nd cartridges of aS kinds. Fine nickel-plated revolvers. 91 26.— Implements for breech-loading guns, glass ball* and traps, and fifiling tackle. Repair ing dono at snort notice.