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Also table ho.
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to $8,000 A'l
valuable Market
1,1, Wilmington
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rtv. Add ro
7 21
HOOD TENANT Milt A
•dhuuse. 811 Nhlpley street.
fol> 0 ti
N I'F. I *— A
o/j VV . HU Htreet.
ini-: hundred pair of
kens delivered daily
,NTLD
l*'U e
i Market.N. H Appleton. l-.» *•
kr| | -A HOUSEKEEPER, PRO
F r Ai'plv at 8(9 Bennett street.
in7-2t*
test
(ION V EM ENT
Address
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IS 1 l-p-KOOMN,
, „f ,r liousekecping.
k xin*et.
i
HOY M NO. 406
IL 7 3t
.% | 1.D A (DHL
Mdld*))' strmst.
FOR N4I.L
SA Liv—A I' Ll-SS TH AN OOS I —A
., •« little property locate.! m Now
luii'trcd on elevated ground, 2 miles
house just built,
j h. well ti rushed ami
ater at the door;
car
ix large
! M'fillent
d cow, and
|m.> H large chicken bouse
, .*:, left enclosed In a largo yard.
:: ;s.) 100 acres
the
itnl ciiipri.
r trucking, fruit or any other cr j*.
up In a house In tl»o«*ity with
; i* * t. when such a property
'.i. i.i* secured tor the same money
•e to M. T. POOLE. No
d'29-tf
a i piy »< • >•«
r.tii street.
s.lLhOU EXCHAN(»E-A very
till* 1 mill property amt farm.
ater power Through
vMitiin I'si feet of mill, anil
Into city. Excel
. woollen, p»|w.r, or
turlng huHUiesH. The owner
liuKlness ami remove
• for good city property.
I,, r iiiUruiaLton address Box 193, Wit,
foi'6 tu.weflisa-dAwtl
i: ■
Pi
KENT—TIllUTY
a store ;
some
and water
A waiitct
SALE OK
it new bous
, ul
'
^
en*. clear, after tn:
j i, l. i 'iily $30
i Ml
A !
•vv huUMO for rent
.oldB. U H, TINDALL.
ns inn
A;

1 *U KI.I.IMIS .NO. 904 AND
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11 -tr»»-r, p
u 11* riioilned. * |u*n xfaIr
Ix.
•ir
d
k )9
f |N 1 f N III! ll xtr»'l!t, lo
A i A!. I . No. K't West Nintt) -
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INLY *690 CASH
• IM liar
, w.ib ll ro*i
i'll EA 1
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\ Ilia*
;
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t
J.
sire
I
1 1 poruhi
bE, No. 6 I 1
sins
NEW 11" USES UN
:d 4th,
. par
b
•• t. IkM wk-ii : r.l
•,ii.
lo It A\ KN .MoRhlN, 1014 l al..all
b
I I WE ARE SELL1NO
-lock ol boots
A I
ale. JOHN FULL
I
TOtf
** Aid I Hi HEM—THE I'B REE
feet front, ■Ui
V* ext y rent street next to
a if»od stand for iiuhIiiobm.
rJo*. F. Wo,,. 1 fn
)yl0-tl
T; )'! I'
»■ id
II.I.K. AlkU
214
F
MKKhT MARKET HOUSE
:ll Die at"tve property,
i IMrd-trxet numlng along King
#l.'*7 111 feet, cheap ;
ii in Novii/ihi-r next.'
Sllc. 1 Will
F
easy tmiis.
JAMKS BRADFORD.
H E KENT OK KXCHANUK—
•Iwelltngx with front iiorch,
Oilptn
. . »n Htreets Inquire
MANdEER, 1)04 King street.
12 Ml
Mod
b
fe
e Hij.i hath.
"Itey uri.l (!|nyD
l>6
I
"
SALF:-I2 HOUSE upright
r nil in complete order,
•" A; ply ut 0i6 W. Gtli street, or
PpoeiTe i ijrner.
T'
N
I..
I L!
1
b
8\E1- nCEMI (low. WITH
. v y '-7Apply tl) THOMAS
• N " . 17 West Kin street. ml-ti
SAEE-STim K AND FIXTURES T
7 ^ 3d street. mG-0t
skye
1304
~ PLEASANT
ffi In> it r«|,
ROOMS,
) larao third story front
i,r " 1 9 f tdnale gontleinHn.
>r (in
rai location.
11)0 3t*
rowsers Again.
> Time for Boys.
, prices for I.ar^e Boys
^•r 0, $i./5,$2.oo,$2.25,
0 1 ho prices lor Small
s ;ire D.oo, ^1.25,^1.50.
can a! ford to let
your
l,e a i'ttle hard on their
S «'rs when Oak Hall
ri 'place them at those
inamaker 5 Brown,
Il'l"; N - e C«r. Nlxlh Bn,1 Mar
r 'Ni'i'stH, Flilladelpliin,
N for the family.
r)' ll( ' a| Ui and oconomy wc
P , f- r|| ly recommending our
Mola Family Flour
S
,fplondid satisfac
" himily Hour; white,
emTe 1>rice vc O'
"S-TATNAIUCO,
on « No. yj „ 7
_ Front an d Orange,
» "• »°M« r ol the SKO ror
Pa.
rOM HCVT.
TWO SiOKKS, WITH
•und, third, fourth
• • building N. W
id Orange streets These
lik'lit an I v* y centrally loe»ted,
and suitable for any Unlit business. Power
ex nary. Apply to K. II. Mo
Market streets.
F""
i; v
t
, S
liars : also the
iini lit!h storie« of tt.e
11 ird
I»«* hud It
• MB, mil and
OUMLi.rnLt ,216 and 217 W. Mil street,
f2M I m
I
LA
In
evening after 7 o'clock.
tun
*OK KhNT-ONK HALF ('» LAKGF
beautiful More, eontral location, prind
•UiesH street, No. 616 Market street;
h
pal
•oiitulde for hatter, tailor, notions ami trim
mings. Hull
lugs.
IO
seif with men's furnish
Will rent entire store. If desired, for
iid ftu.dncss. One
three years.
riihJSI FIELD & BEST.
any
18- tf
I
1 1i»K KENT-FOUR TWO-BrOKY
1 frame dwelll gs, with porches and
front yards.In healthy locatl in. Kent $r, per
month. Would sell on roasomtlde terms, lu
i|Ulre of D. T. HAWKINS tv NON, 712 Mur
kd street, or S. ('. PKNKOSK, Klvervlew
m6 0tt
Hi
*
A'l
I
a
I jlOB KENT—TH KKE-NTOKY ItKK'K
' liou•* x 1221 find 1223 Wext street, wliii
hot ami cold water, we ter closets, «ax, front
9 irebcu, etc AIhj No. 4 0 West thirteenth
street. Apply to JOHN (»mLKN, No. 1016
WastiliiKton Htreet, corner Debit*are avenue.
lebld-tl
A
of
OK RENT—TWO HOUNFJ4 ON 121 B
street, between Washington and Jef
ferson. 'I on rooms each, bath and heater,
1 hack yards, front poreh,
block from city carx. Inquire of MRS. K J
DONN Ei«, 1199 Jefferson street
F
I
front, side
Iil4-0t
jltlK KENT, LOW —EAKM UOIJNK
Klamensl, would suit any
x in city; station convenient,
b
<!<>
406
ing i*
horse could ho hoarded with farmer
)•< i ented for the -
FL1NN, N'ewj ..rl, |M-I
(-ould
liner. Apply (<» V O.
D)6-«od 0t
KENT-TWO
bouses, In the western part of the cLy,
with front yards, largo t»m k yards ; *7 per
month. AI
month
d Rodney streets.
El YE ROOMED
h ok
tWM 4
5S, at ff> i er
P. J. FORD. 6th
inO-tf
I to
good tenants.
NOR REN r—IN desirable loca
. suitable for
light housekeeping; hotair, hot and
1 gas furnished. Address K.
in4 tf
b
l*»n. a suite of r<
log
cold water
H. N., thh office.
j*.
i
OR RENT-TWO I AROE SECOND
I third llotir rooms, eor. Fourth and
french streets. All coiivenleneeH for any
WM. C. PHli.UP.S, 115 Earn
fe2H I mo
F
iiirpose.
•ourth Htrett.
F
OR RENT-STORE, BASEMENT AND
third .dory bed rooms, wltti nay
Imiovv front, uml tmtli
, No. 10 East 7th
month. Apply to M.T.
7-flt
et. Duly $15 |
Pi KILE. No. 6 Eu.d 7th street.
h
RENT - A DESIRABLE DWELL
Ing house, splendid location ; I014 Pen
to LEVI HARRKIT,
YNSPENNINUTHN.
T26 tf
' Aj.liljr
premises, or to EV A
;
' NOR RENT-CENIRAL
^ in building No.
rooms suitable for light
ness or offices. Apply N
{(eh26-tfj
AM) ATI UN ,
416 Market street,
nanutacturing bust
•s 2*A) to 213 Nhljdey
Of
V\ .VI. it. SC ID )E
fh*
in
Lt>,|( IlhNT-COY roKTAIII.K AMi
A; desirable others lu the new law build
• iig.Ht Ninth aij'l Maikel idicrt*. Apply at
No. 7 1 2 Marsel xi
. it. I.* IRE.
to
iviit
NCR RENT-A NEW. WELL L
' ed 11 nd very convenient come,
$•*9 i»« 1 month.
iiE aIjD iV CO.
b
■ AT
Hr :
or
f
t NUH KENT-l? «» 1V1 :\1 UN I <' A 1 INH
? olliceH, m >2 .Market street. Inquire ot
J. W YAMiLHbin. Nix it) and Nldpley
sire en
K IU1»
W
NUR R ENT—HUT SE NU. 7- 9 \V KlUlil
.vl Hde yard. $19 per
•nth. JOSEPH L CARPEN iER, Jr . 9 h
sou streets.
b
our
led
has
the
ml If
71UU RENT HUU EH NUN. 918 A l
rooms.
i^aonard U. Van Klcock, 916 Murkutstreet.
fbh-27-tf
b
t
I
•it
• it KENT— 2 DESIRABLE OFFICES.
I at No. 229 Shipley Htreet. Dr. ]j OAK
FT. Den tin
1712 tr
FT. Den tin
1712 tr
JjV>K KENT—BASEMENT S W.
;ur
ir 3rd and Shipley street. luqu'reSoG
mO 3t*
Market street.
UR KENT—FKH'SL AND STORK 220
King street. Apply to U. W. BAKER,
214 French street.
F
ia-ti
F
IR KENT-4 ROi IM S FUR KENT
Apply at No. 210 Wont Fourth street
#27-1 f
Mod emit) root.
31U K RENT-A 190 At! RE FARM
Talleyvlllo, Hraudywlne Hud
lir&l. Apply ut this office.
b
J2*4tf
I jlOK RENT.—FEE l.iflw i ROOMS AT
" Ills Klim street,
ptiyKtclun, dentM or lawyer.
suitable for a
126 tf
lAUKNiSHED OK UNFURNISHED
T' room*.with board at Mrs S. F.Turner,
WaxhTmton street.
N ).
73 t
210 K RENT—(DR ll> STALES FOR
1 horses at 403 Poplar street.
m7-8t*
b
T
H. B. FORBES.
OST—A LIBERAL REWARD WILL
ho paid f r the retun i f a sinaII silver
skye terrier. Naim* aid adilrcsa on collar,
1304 D-luwaro itvenue.
7-lit
AYER'S
Cherry Pectoral
*
No other complaints are so insidiims in th«i|
attack jts those aff ecting the throat and lunga
none so trilled witti hy the majority of suffer
iinary cough or cold, reitultiii|
S*erhaps from a trilling or unconsoious ex
|K>Huro, is often but the l>cgiiiiiiiig of a fatal
Ueknewi. Ayku'h Ciikkky I'kctohal Iih)
well proven its efficacy in a forty years' Ugh
Witt) throat and lung diseases, uml should t»
taken in x>il cases without delay.
•rs. The
A Terrible Cough Cured.
In 1857 I took a severe cold, which nffectis
ugh. and passei
The doe ton
OKItV 1 *kc
dioved my lungs, inducts
i the rest necessar*
•trcnglli. By thi
•iToitAi. a pernm
02 yean
satislicd yout
biy lungs. 1 had a tcrrililc
light alter night without sleep,
pive mu up. 1 tried A vKit's U
1 oka 1., which ri
deep, and utlGnlfd
recwvcry of
1 ;,
■'•ntinued
5 of tho
1 effectc*!.
•id, halo and hearty, and
i'Kt.Tojt a l. saved
IfouAcr. Faiuiiiiothi-.u.
Rockingham, Vt., .July 16, lss2.
111:
Croup. — A Mother's Tribute.
" While in the country hist winter my littli
hoy, three years old, was taken ill with croup
•d ;t« if he would die from strangu
. One of tlie family suggestisl the
bottle 01
riil)
d A x i.ii's rm;
■vliicli
Pkitouai.,
as always kept in the house,
I frequent
half :
.van tried
hour tin
breathing easily. Tho doc
Pi < 1 iiK a 1, lint
delight i
ittIi* patient
less tit:
' said that tin' <
y darling's life. (
gratitude? Sincerely >*oirs,
Wits. I;mma (Ikdnkv.
159 West 128th St., New York, May 10, Dh2
I have used Avkii'h Ciikkky Pki touai
II y family for
I <lo
rural years,
pronounce it the most ett'ec
have
A. ,1. CKANE.
bake Crystal, Minn., March 13, 1882.
icsitate
.'tuiualy for coughs ami cohls
tried.
" I sulFcred for eight years from Bronchitis,
»n«l after trying'many remeilii H with
mihh, | was cured hy t b
»V 1'KITOK AI..
Byhalia, Miss., April 5, 1K82.
, "I cannot say enough in praise of Avrn'f
.'ll Kit it v Pkctokai., believing as I <1° tlias
'»ut for its use I should long since have diet'
from lung troubles. K. Bhaodon."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
* Of AVKII'H (;ilK»
JOKI I'II Wai.dicn."
No. case of an affect if
of tho throat oi
'ungs exists which cannot bo greatly relieved
Uy the
ind it will alutaf/8 cure when the disease is
Hot already beyond the control of medicine.
of Av eii'h Ciikkky Pectoral,
rKKl'AKED HY
Dr. J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Maes.
Bold by all Druggists.
AN AIU»H>JH(.
Itellverril t>y l.rmiil Mauler Jmukn
W. Klnidiold, !>«*«•* nitMT, A*
ii. ihh:i, a. l. anh:i,
of the
o
Ancient York
•.work
f
.
At the annual communicHtiou
Most worshipful Hariuonylrrand Lodg
of Free and Acceptfd
Masons for IheHtatcot Inlaw.
In
ing under the jurisdiction of the Most
VYnishipful National (irand
f lie l ! nit«-d Staten
.odge,
N'orlh Atnerii:,
Bight VVnrshipliil (Irand officers,
•ntatives, delegates a.id bretiiren of
the Most \Vi rah ip ul Harmony (irand
f Free and Accepted Ancient,
V'ork Masons tor the State of Delaware;
1.0,Ik,.
and jurisdiction tliereunto belong
ing : —
I am happy to met t
this our annii;
j
inVH>
I commu-,
1 take gient pleasure in ex-;
hand in token of
in tin
fi«- circle
ti icat ion.
tending to von m>
friendship and I
teem, and give
fraternal salutations,
hearts let
shrine acknowledging the goutne
(owl by the |siwcr of whose omnipotent I ^
utter* d and the
light brought forth, and the hidden
mysteries of nature have and still cun-1
Truly the
mysteries of (Jod are unsearchable, and
Ids ways are pa t finding out, besides
* are the rccip cuts of unnumbered
dessings and le-neliis; they come to »is
fresh each morning, preparing us for
the engagements and duties of the day
and the service of (jod and such of our
worthy ami distressed hroiherH, their to
widows and orplian**, wheresoever '
they may he found ; and we are also r»*
tniiiibsi that we should not be forgetful
of the first lesson taught, us, that we
should be goisl and true men.
The year has not been so pleasant as
I w ould liked it, to have lieeti, for
there has been a great, confusion through
out the craft, for the last three years on
account of this great union ipieNtion, or de
rather the question of throwing down
our Warrant and gningover to the State
tight party, as they terra them selves,
a party of men claiming to be working
hy the authority of a (irand Lodge at
Chillicothe, Ohio. But as the leader of
the great confusion has left, ami taken
his host with him, 1 hope that the
minds of the brethren are retracing
iIn | ly Jove and es-1
. .oil my warmest
With grateful
moul d the sacred
of)
I
voice darkne.
be reveal* it to
I i ll tie
i
It.
fees
l*i
glat
hack to the regular land marks id
masonry. Since your humble servant
as filled the station as your (irand
Master, si me have murmured and have
saul that we have no (irand Master,
have no (irand Lodge, &c. While
have been emerging through this sor
rowful and trying conflict, they have
lawn like the children of Israel when
h
they
Of f'ltj'l't to tl
they **
and tlic mountains
their march from flic land *
hen 1
the Bed Hh» in front of them!
dat
ish
nisi,
er,
vick*
Ob!
only
De
dree
d of Canaan,
ll
either side of
'hem, and Piraroah and his host in
fh* ir rear in pursuit *»t them, they mur
mured anil said, " why bring us here
•re there no. graven enough
in Egypt to bury us but what did
Moses say unto them, " stand Htill and
the salvation of (i
to perish
I,"
d
thought it best to stand still in this
struggle, and to-dav we behold the sal
vation of (iod. IMiaroali and his host,
or rather Colwell and hishost, who
•re In pursuit of this (irand Lodge
'arrant, are now drowning in the sea
W
One great reason why tint brethren of
so much unsettled and
'arrant, are now drowning in the sea
f disobedience.
W
per
h
our craft
led astray, is because the fundamental
principles and the legality of the Order
has not lieon taught as much as it
shorn! be in our midst, of which I shall
endeavor to give a few outlines before I
close. We shall now soon enter into
the election of < flic
that he is
for the next en
siling term, anil I hope the brethren will
make a gooil selection, it
whether
utters not
is fully equipped for
the office, ai.tl can ileal out the laws to
you verbatim ail literatim
a man of sounil principles, a man with
goisl morals, a man that will not betray
his trust.. 1 will now proceed to give
introduction c-t maaonry
the
you
among the colored men of tho United
Slates of North America
Prince Hall and twelve other colored
men were initiated,piv-sed and raiseil on
the Dili of March 1775, in
called
hat was
Traveling Lodge commoted
with (ieDcral Gsgi-'s army, which was
then stationed at Boston, anil that in
the year 17K4 Frederick Charles, Duke
of Cumberland, who was acting Most
Worshipful (Irand Master ot theCiand
Lodge oi England, granted a warrant
and styled them African Lodge No. 451),
with I'rince Hail as Worshipful Mas
ter, anil ho established a lodge in 1'rovi
dence and another in 1'h ladelphiu, and
in the year 1800 Prince Hall died, anil
JohnT. Hilton was elected his succea*
sor as Worshipful Master of African
Lodge No. 450. This is admitted to be
a true sta'ement of the manner of intro
duction of Masons among the colored
men in this country, hut what became
of the aforesaid John T. Hilton, the
tho legal successor of Prince Hall, the
first Worshipful Master of African
Lodge, No. 450, Colored Masons of
America? Let ns see.
In the year 1847, John T. Hilton, of
Boston, 'Mass., called a convention,
to meet in Boston on June 24th, St.
•John's day, A. D. 1847, A. L. 5847, for
all ooloretl Masons in America, for the
purpose of forming a more perfect
union among them. They were then
acting indejwndent of each other, one
party claiming to be working'under a
Scotch rite, the other under the Grand
iAMige of England, and another from,
or by the authority of a Grand Bodge
at Chillicothe, Ohio. On the 24th of
June, 1847, pursuant to the call, they
met in the city of Boston, constituted
the Most Worshipful National Grand
Lodge of the United States of North
America, and the same John T. Hilton,
who was the legal successor of Prince
Hall, was elected and installed the
Most Worshipful Grand Master of the
Most Worshipful National Grand
Lodge of the United States of North
Amerioa.
Each State Grand Lodge then re
ceived a Warrant from said Most
Worshipful National Grand Lodge in
accordance with the articles of their
agreement, and thus they continued to
rk up to the year 1849, when the
United Grand Lodge for the State of
New York was expelled for acts of re
bellion against the authority of the
Most Worshipful National! Irand Lodge, &
which acts of rebellion w as caused by
the arrogance and pride of James Bar- '
nett, then acting Master of the United
Grand Lodge for Now York,and another
Grand Bodge was then formed in tho
National Union. In conclusion,! affirm
that if colored Masons have any legal
standing it is in the National Grand
Lodge, and if it is not there, there is no
legal standing for colored Masons in
America ; and if they desire any change
in law's, forms or uagesof the National
Gr*.nd Lodge, it must emanate anil be
accomplished by the proper officers,
representatives and delegates in said
Most Worshipful Grand Body.
Jamhh W. ltlNUUOED, P. O. M.
a
a
he
on
ed.
Lei (be Bead
Don't grumble
past bury it* dead,
about the worthless nostrums you have
taken,but go get a bottle of Uanada l*ine
Kyrup, cure your cold anil be happy.
It's a good honest remedy and costs only
twenty-five cents at, the drug stores.
to
Brown's Bronchial Troches
will relieve
Catarrh, Comsumptive and Throat
Diseases. They are used always with
success.
Bronchitis, Asthma,
A Fuelled IIutcftiman.
A Wisconsin paper contains the fol
lowing good stoiy : One who dm*
A* belie
H not
wan
•ting, and one
in immersionfor baptism
holding a protracted
the night preached on the subject of I up
o tisin. 1 n the course of hi« remark!* he
said that some believe It necessary to
go down into the water, and come up
out of it to be baptised. But tin* ho
f claimed to tie fallacy, for the prt posi
tion "into" of the Scriptures should he
. rendered differently,
an i ii to at all times.
1 are tol l, went tip into the
etc. Now we do not sii|>
iiiomitain ; but
of
H aul, "
mountain,
I'bse either went Into
unto it.
it docs not
" Mows," he
j So with going dow n into tlm water :
ft means simply going down clou* by or
,,wir h> the water, and being baptised
in the ordinary way, by sprink dug or
of pouring. lie carried this idea out fully,
I ^ ,e . v hail been present on this on anion ;
that they were well pleased with the
HOUml sermon they had just heard,
And felt their souls greatly blessed.
Finally a corpulent gentleman, of Ten
unde extraction, a stranger to all, arose
and broke the silence, that was almost
painful, as follows:
41 Mister Breacher, I Is so glut I vaah
here to night, tor has had exhlained to
my mint «otu dings dal I never could
P^liet petore. Oh, I ish so glat.dat in
to does not mean into at all, but shust
' '"se py or near to ; for now I can pe
lieve many dings vot I could not pe
li''ve pelore. We real Mr. Breacher,
dat Taniel vow cju*t into de ten of lions,
and came out allfe. Now 1 netler could
P«*l»ef »laf, lor do wilt peasts would
whilst * at him right off'; hut now it is
very clear to my mint. He vash shust
clone py or near to, and tid not g**t into
de ten at all. Oh, 1 ish so glat I vash
here to-night.
"Again we read dat de Hcprew « h i 1 -
dren vash east, into de firish furnace,
ami dar. alwish look like a heeg story,
too, for dey would have been purnt up ;
hut if ish ail Main to my mint now, for
d«y was shust cast by or close to de
tirish furna.ee. Oh, I vash
and in due season closed his discourse ;
when an invitation was given for any
i°tie so disposed to rise and express ids
thoughts. Quite a number of bis
of) brethren arose and said tin y were glad
glad 1
vash here to-night. And den, Mister
Breacher, it is said dat Jonah vash < ast
into de sea, and taken into the whalesh
pelly. Now, I never could polieve dat.
It. alwish seemed to me to pe a peeg
fees 11 story, but it ish all blain to my
mint now. He was not in the whalesh
l*i 1 ly at, all, but shust siiumpt onto his
pack and roile ashore. Oh, I vash
glat 1 vash here to-night.
\ Mister Breacher, if you
ill slnist exhlain tw
" And
Scribturc, I shall he, oh, so happy
dat I vash here to-night ! Ono nfdem
ish vere it saish do vickisl shall he
nisi, info a lake dat burns mit lire and
primstotiH alwish. Oh! Mister Preach
er, shall I pe cast into dat lake if I am
vick* d, or shust dose py or
shust near enough to be comfortable V
Ob! I hope you'll tell mo I shall pe cast
only shust py a good vays oil, and I
villpeso glut I vash here to-night.
De other hassage is dat vash saish
blessed are they who do these c demand
tnents, daidey may have right, to de
dree of life, and enter in troo de gates
of de citv, and not shust. py or near to—
shust near enough to see vat 1 have
lost—and I shall pe so glut I vash here
to-night."
\
to-night."
it
I
l*eUMlOUN.
Kx-fity Treasurer Francis Vincent
has just pn nireil a hatch of pensions,
varying m $1400 and upwards, fir
people- ids city. They have gener
ally l> t very long standing, but
Inn • been properly prosecuted be
fot • y came into his hands. One,fur
b >.ce, was allowed in 18U5, at |5 per
is 11 nth, but dropped the same year. The
ex Treasurer has got it re-allowed, with
all its hack pay, from 1H(>5, and had it
raised to per month. One he receiv
ed yesterday, amounting to $9<MI back
pay. Another was a tangled affair,that
simply allowed a sum of money.
The ex-Treasurer is »t 5 il confined to
his room ( where lie has been for several
weeks with an attack of pneumonia),
but is mending rapidly. In his former
sickness he had several relapses. His
physician does not wish him to go to
business too strong until he recovers.—
He expects to be out in a short time,
w hen he will attend more energetically
to his business, and answer correspon
dence, which he has for some time been
too sick to do.
. Important to rarmara.
Having leased the warehouse No. 118
King street, (now occupied by John
Reeve as a coach factory,) anti intend
ing to move thereto lietween now ami
March 25th, we are desirous of reducing
stock of goods as much as possible
in order to curtail expense and trouble
in moving. We will, therefore, now
offer special inducements to purchasers.
Our stock embraces almost every tool
and implement used, on a farm, and
will be sold prior to our moving at a
decided reduction iu price. Now is the
time to secure bargains in plows, har
rows, fodder and hay cutters, farm tools
and machinery. Thanking our friends
for their liberal patronage in the past,
we hope to merit a continuance of their
favors at our now and more centrally
located stand.
K. H. McWhorter & Co.,
215 West Front Street,
Wilmington, Del.
not
for
to
on
in
of
The employees of the Singer, Niiniek
& Co's steel mills at Pittsburg have
decided to strike if the firm persist in
' reducing their wages, next Monday,
l4ibor Rotes.
A District Convention of the Amal
gamated Association will meet in Pitts
burg to-day to consider tho scale of
wages for steel and iron workers for tie
year beginning June 1st. It is believed
the present scale will be adopted.
The railroad coal miners at Hbaner's
Station and the Yougli Slope Mines,
Penna., have resumed work at a reduc
tion of half a cent per bustiel, and nave
also signed a contract to continue at
work at the same rate for a year.
The miners at, Allen & Kidgway's
and Burton & Co's mines at Canton,
Ohio, have returned to work, but the
New York ami Ohio Company's
are still out. The strikers have caused
a scarcity of coal in the Couotton Val
iev.
No.
No.
No.
Kcrloiisty Hurl.
About 8o'clock Iawfc evening Josepii
Ilraily. an employee of tlie I'., W. & B.
Railroad Company, met with an acci
dent which may prove fatal. He was in
the act of coupling an engine to a tfain
which wan backing toward him, when
he w;i8 Htruck on the head by a derrick
on the approaching car. A piece of iron
entered hi? left ear, horribly mutila
ting it, while hitiihead wa« badly nqtnez
ed. He was extricated from ilia peril
ouH position and immediatly taken to
the hospital at the depot, where bis in
juries were attended by Dr. Kune, after
which lie was removed to bis boarding
house, No. 424 East Sixth street. Tlie
injured man is about 30 years of age
and a resident of Heading, Pa.
condition is considered a critical ono,
and his father has been notified.
.1/
and
- , you
To Be or Not To Be,
that is the question. Whether 'tis host
to use sixteen handkerchiefs a week 0
battling with a "cold in the heivd" or and
with a twenty-five cent bottle of Canada
His
Removal.
Don't forget to lay hold of the fact
that. T. VV. Hheward will remove his
coal officeon the 10th inHt. lj No. 7i;i
West Front street,, fonnerlv
fol
not
wan
one
up
he
to
up
ho
posi
he
the
sii|>
but
:cupiod
by A. K. Tat nail, where he will be pre
pared to offer inducements that will
Invite the attention of old as well as
new customers it. need of
and feed. Remember f !
it. will be a pleasure to s>b
to sell them, and the place, 713
West Fn-nt street, near Madison,
stock will consist of hard and free
burning coal,
Lea A: Sons' celebrated lionr, whole
sale and
•oal, flour
wo points, that
goods as
•11
Our
not
he
I a fu l lino of Win.
•tail. Also spring wheat flour
•1 all kinds of feed.
:
or
or
I Incliinafl Hoy*.
S.tistics
f the hog produi't of Gin
cinnuli for the yesr show that besides a
decrease of he
!y #>0,0410 head in the
number park d, there is a marked de
cline in the average weight,
mg to 13*^ pounds per loud, making a
difference in weight between the past
winter and the winter before of lil,4(J0,
• average cost tor the
;
to
is
1 -
;
;
ids
bis
000 pounds,
past winter per 100 pounds gross
|o LM, against $<i. 44 lor tl
The
w as
prereiling
season.
(ionfs' gul l watch club $0j at Mas
oy's, 404 King street,
ii
ti
fir
ffi ^ ffi
D
: >r tii'. 1 Ciire of Congiu, CoMs
ir.cness, Bronthiti
. v Whooping Co
pii. nl Coniuraption ami far the
reiiei of consumptive j.ci .mt in
advara ed stages of the 1).
Sialu lay all iaruggists. i'rice 25 c.
iV'
Cr.„:|:
1
.<' j s< '—
ADAMS & BROTHER.
0R( GOODS. BOOTS INO SHOES, CROCIERT.
GL6SS UD TINWARE.
\ (>ii'iniliif IJne of II oiiseliolil
(•imhIh (ha( for price uuil
<iualify can ot l>«*
exeelleil.
_i j . i_
Toy*, Dolls, Fancy LihxIm, lllaek*
Boards, lies'- ». Nfools, i lial»N,
DulK nrrlageN.ltiMdistdiiiiCM,
YlHHkN, etc., etc.
_t t_
_t n t_
EASIER, BIRTHDAY AND FANCY CARDS.
it
to
t|,t_
'■F'j
W I'gnim,
Ent»y«
Hemp and Hairl arpelNj Ioer,
Stair and Table Oil Clothn,
Step- Ladder**, Wooden
ware. TI10 larireiil
and Non( Com
plete IJne of
Uat»y Furr I >
UtfCM lu
I Ii «■*
Slate, w IiI0I1 w«* noil at prices ttiat
defy competition.
Velocipede**,
W ti el liar rows
FlipriWN
. Stair.
T
i
dill MARKET STREET. 504
Ag«»nt for Harper Itaxaar FaUcrm.
We have uncntovrr 9100.000.00 In dofondii
our riKbt to Ui«> Duriiam Bull ne our trade-mar
Undoubtedly bo in t»-«luy the most valuable Hi
In the world. Now it stands to reason that
couldn't afford to protect him so thoromrhly
BLACK WELL'S HULL 1MRHAJI fi
hacco, of which he la tho representative, was$
tho BEST Kinokititf Tobucco ever uiudi
The sales of Blackwell'* Bull Durham fimoktl
Tobacco far exceed those of any other brand
the world, simply because it has lawn, Is, and w
be, the bint that can l*e made. All dealers have
Look for trade-mark of the Bull on every packu^
Painters,
Brushes! Brushes!
1
SPECIALTIES IN PAINT,
littlNAinliio »u«l Wall BriiNliM.
An bonest blush foran lionoat man
MADE FROM PURE RUSSIAN BRISTLES OMI T.
NO FILLING AN UNO PLUGGING.
LOOK AT THE PRICES FOR FINE
EXTRA PAINT BRUSHES I
No. 4-n per dos., $10.60 j No. 7-0 perdoz.,$10.00
No. 6-0 per do?.., HI 001 No. HO per doz., 18.00
No. 0 0 per doz., 14.u0 | No. 9-0 periloz., 29.00
other Bmahes at corresponding prices at the
NEW
BRUSH EMPORIUM,
No, (16 Market Street,
All kinds of brushes made to order at short
feb2-tu-thu&.sa 0m
notice.
TKIJNUN AND TRAVELLING BAGS
.1/ A. CONNER,
reliable harness
and trunk manufac
turer, No. 4 East
Fourth st., whore
you will find the j
largest aH8o r tme n tL H _____
{n""
0 /]S' ladles and gentlemen's pocket books
and ladies shopping bags, soldl at reasonable
gHMM. **
I
u;
OIL CLOTHS!
etc.
!
309 MARKET ST„
Is now prepared to show his
entire spring stock of the
above mentioned goods, in
the following grades, and
greatly reduced'prices:
ti.v,
Body Brussels, 1.23
" " 1.13
Tapestry
Velvet
from
$1.75
LUO
1.50
1.00
1.15
Hoc.
I 00
Double Lx
Super
Kx-Su|wr
All-wool lngrainf>5c.
Cotton ('hain,
Wool E'llliug
1 ngraiu,
(Jotton IngraitiH, 35c. aud*45o., from 40c
Oil Cloths,I am selling from 'J5c. to 75c.
per square yard.
Mattings : I have both in Canton and
woaj.with a large assort men t or
ats.
POc.
1.10
l 00
HOc.
5*l».
Ii5c.
9
«
<'
I ant hanging Shades,
made of Empire I land-made
Shading, with Knapp's
Spring Roller, at $i.co a
piece. Carpets sewed and
laid uncer in v personal su
pervision.
no
J.
HENRY GREBE,
309 MARKET ST
* 9
wii.mixotox.hela wakk.
X. B — filestore will be
open in the evenings lor the
convenience of customers.
JOHN P. ALLMOND & CO
GROCERS.
1
VVC oiler decided bargains in
dried fruits of every kind.—
Evaporated pared peaches, 20c.
per lb ; unpared, 16c. per lb ; peel
ed sun dried peaches, 21b for
2hc. ; fancy evaporated apples,
the finest in the city, 15c. per lb ;
choice evaporated apples, 12c.
per lb.
JOHN r. ALLMONI) & CO.
All our fruits are new and first
class in every respect, and we
guarantee both quality and price.
l'ittcd cherries, 20c. per lb ;
evaporated California plums, 1 Se.
per lb ; evaporated California
pears, reduced from .'J5e. to 25c.
per lb
JOHN P. ALLMONI) A CO.
We arc still offering new Tur
key prunes 4 lb. for 25c.
JOHN P. ALLMOND & CO.
Smoked salmon, 22c. per lb. ;
baked beans, lSc. per can ; soused
mackerel, 1 lb. can, 14 cents per
can.
JOHN P. ALLMOND & CO.
Old prices on canned goods.
Trophy tomatoes, .30c. ;
French peas, INe. per can, 3 for
50c.; Sharpe's tomatoes, in glass,
20c. per bottle.
JOHN P. ALLMOND & CO.
We are in splendid shape to
give you bargains in coffee. We
i urehased largely before the late
advance and oiler you eoffee as
ow as ever.
Old Government Java, 28c. per
lb., or 4 II). for $1.00 ; African
Mocha, 22c. per lb., or 51b. for
$1.00; Maracaibo, (considerable
better than one-half of the so
called Java,) 22e. per lb., or 5 lb.
for $1.00; Golden Rio, 18c. per
)., or 6 lb. for $1.00.
JOHN P. ALLMOND & CO.
by
OF
and
have
ease,
cure
TH
phia,
tree
the
1
(tans
"
laws
and
of
Mr.
with
may
by
that
up
dency
dies
escape
selves
Sold
Royal baking powder, abso
lutely pure.
11b cans
50 cents.
u
'25
ri.
14
small
JOHN D. ALLMOND & CO.
linker's chocolate, 40c. per lb. >
cocos, 25c. per paper ; breakfast
cocoa, 30c. per box.
It
10
hi
GROCERS,
and Market Sts.
No.
Siidmli
H1L fcllKUMH ^ VV 1 ' i • IV AND
BALTIMo ;h KAlLflO .
Jam
Trains leave WilnilDg'.<
For I"
tions, o t
p. u.
Phlladelpt i, (express). 2 . 2 . 4ft. 0 30, 7.60,
8.16, 9, 9/39, 9 57. 19.97, 11.Go a.
6.17, 6.10 0.37, 0 40 p. lu.
New York, 2 99, 2 45, 0.3u 6,
11.63 a. in. ; * 12 .38, 1.64, 2.30, 6
in.
For West Chester, v ia I
8.16 a. in. ; 2.<10 and 4.09 p, in.
Baltimore and intermediato stations, 1.06.
19 00 a. in. ; 0.90 p. in.
Baltimore and Bay Line, 7 Of) p. rn.
Baltimore and Washington. 1.42 4,43. 8 06
10.00 a. m. ; 1 9«J, *l.U, 5.03, 7.00, ll.oy p. m. ;
Baltimore only, 1.06 a. in. ; 12.27 and 0 p. m.
Train* t or Delaware Division leave fur :
New Uastlo, 6.99, 9 06 a. in. : 1.16, 3.90, 4.00
and 0.26 p. in.
Harrington, Delmar, and way stations, 9.05
a. in., and 1 15 p. in.
Wyoming and way stations, 6.2b p. m.
Express lor Harrington, 4.00 p. in.
P
p'n*. and int.cru.eo
39. 4.00, 7 40,066
7JK», 10.07,
0.37, 0.40 p.
rekin, 0.49 and
SUNDAY TRAINS,
Philadelphia and Intermediate stations,
8.10 a. in. ; 12.00 in. ; 6.30, 7.40, 9.66 p. in.
Philadelphia a-nd New York, 2.90, 2.45 a.
in. ; 6.17. 6.37. 0.40 p. m.
For West Chet ter, via Lainokin, 8.10
and 5.30 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.43, 8.06,
10.00 a. in.: 11.09 p. m. Baltimore, 1.06 a. m.
F*»r further Information, p is 8 enger8 are re
ferred to tlie time tables poetod at the Sta
tif ns.
Trains marked i*)
upon which extra fare is charged.
CHARLES E. PT'HH,
(Jeneral Manager. Henora' ,J astienger Agen
a. in.
! limited express,
J. K. WOOD,
I
0
i
rio,(i4Ki FOR 92.
TTU -Honllily Drawing
till will take place in Covington, Ky.
UII KMHY, 5I AR4 II 27. 1994,
A Lawful Lottery arid Fair Drawing8,char
'ered by the Legislature of Ky., and twlco
dftcJarixl jegal by the highest'Court In the
Henry County In the
•uin of #109,090 fur the prompt paymentof alH
prize.-sold.
State. Born] given
>1 ureli 9cHome.
1 PRIZE,
$30,000
10,000
6,000
6,000
. 10,000
190 each. 10,000
209 do. GO each... 10,000
600 do. 20 each. 10,000
1000 do. 10 each. 10,000
prizes,$300 eftch,ApproAJmationp 'izo8 2,700
9 prizes, 200 each, " " 1,800
« prizes, 100 each.
1
do.
i
do.
6,000
2 Prizes, $2,600 each .
6 do. l.ooo each .
600 each .
109
1,867 Prizes.
$110,40o
Wliftlo I'lckofM. 82. IfairTlck«(«,81
27 Tiekets, R'VO. f!5 Tickets, 8100.
Remit money or Postal Note, Hank
Dratt in Letter, cr send by Express.
(inters of $5 and ujiward by Express, will
no sent at our expense. Addressall orders to
DO HULAS,
J. J
Covington, Ky.
SKIN HUMOR.
My baby six months old broke out with,
some kind of skin humor, and after being
treated five months by my family physician
was given up to die. 'I lie druggist recom
mended Swift's Sj eclfic, and the result
vtifylnur
s miraculous. My child
got well, all traces of the disease is gone
as a pig. J. J. Kirkland,
M Imleu, Rusk County, Texas.
J have sutiered for many years from ulcers
my leg*, often very large and painful,dur
vhtch time I used almost everything to
. but In vam. 1 took Swift's
it
and he is
fat
effect
spec tic by advice of a friend, and in a short
time was cured sound and well.
EDWIN J. MILLER-. Beaumont, Texas.
1 have been afttio'ed with Scrofula lor
twelve years, and have had sores on
large as a man's hand lor that length of
time. Last summer 1 was so bad oT that 1
could not wear clothing. I had spent hun
dreds of dollars tn the effort to tie cured, but
all to no purpose, and had injured myself
with Mercury and Potash. Your Swift's
Specific cured me promptly and permanently,
and 1 hope every like sufferer will take It.
R. L. H1UH, Lakoni, Ark.
Our Deatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ha.
New York Office, 169 West 23d Street.
u
EMBROIDERIES.
s, h, smuis
NO. 405 MARKET STREET,
HAS OPENED THIS DAY
A Beautiful Assortment of now
HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES
MANY OF THE PATTERNS ARE EN
T1KELY NEW. AND AKE
MUCH LOWER THAN LAST TEAR'S PRICES.
Also, lustreccivod a houutifu assortment ot
COTTON TRIMMINGS,
Suitablo f >r trim nia^ u i I».-• t
;
DR. THBEL 2ZKIK
adrlphla, below (Freen, (late with Prof.
Jahr), is the only physician In the U. S. who
advertises, and who is able to cure, (also
by letter), permanently, all and
every disease of a private nature;
(acute coses in 4 tolod ysj.also Nervous De
bility, Youthful Imprudenoc, Lost Manhood,
Effects of Indiscretion, Pimples. Tetters —
Send 26 oe'ds tn stamps for " HTOIJRfjG
OF QUAC'KM." The exi*osln*f of " Rever
ends' F'roe I^escrljittons, Museums, Medical
Institutes." efc. flours, 8 a. in. to 3 p. ra.,
and 7 to 9 p. m. Sundays, 8 to 1. Those who
have suffered tor years from any secret dis
ease, and have lost money and all hopes of
being cured, can bo convinced that there Is a
cure for them at last, by consulting Dr.
TH EEL, 638 North Fourth street, Philadel
phia, or reading his " SOU URGE OF
QUAUKS," as this Is the only book which is
tree from exaggeration, and contain? a true
history of above-named Diseases, and stv- v*
the best method for their treatment by the
leading authorities of the worl I.
«KAT>l'|:i.-« OMFUiri INK.
EPPS'S COCOA
breakfast.
" By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operation? of digestion
and nutrition, and by ucareftil application
of the ttno properties of well-selected Cocoa,
Mr. Epps has provided our hnakfaet tables '
with a delicately-flavored be\erage which
may save us many heavy d< otors bills,
by the judioPu? use of such articles of d et
that a constitution may be gradually built
up until strong enough to resist evory ten
dency t« disease. Hundreds ot subtle mala
dies are floating around us ready to attack
wherever there Is a weak point. We may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
selves well fortified with pore blood and a
properly nourished frame."—Civil Service
Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water
Sold In tins only, and A.) by grocer?,,
labelled thus :
JAMES EPPS A (X)., HOMOEOPATHIC)
CHEMISTS, LONDON. ENGLAND.
novl9-mon-tue-sat-ly
it Is
milk.—
WARD B. ROWLAND, D. V. S.
Veterinary Surgeon,
No. 804 King Street,
Wilmington, Delaware.
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