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«r hair become« dry, thin, and
} re giving the attention needed
im beauty ami vitality,
f v„yr toilet-table a buttle of
Ly MIgor- the only dressing
f ur the hair—and use » little
the natural color ami
filtineM.
L Miimlar. Sliaron Grove, Ky.,
|,. Sf v,rai Month* ago my hair
I J f a i*,ing cut, r.nd In a few
' almost bald. 1
icilirs, but they did
a bottle of Ayer's
jt after using only a part
head
will ot hair. I
null? bou»ut
. red
svy fro
t préparai Ion
llip ...rill- ' K
the best hair
«1 dry," writes
. III.; "Im*
Hardy, of Hclav
p a U.ttle of Ayer's Hair Vigor
I Hack and glossy."
s Hair Vigor,
s ami Perfumers.
Druff
les c.ad Blotches,
forehead,
d
•■moved by tho
;irs^parilla,the host and
,1 i Llood-I'urificr ev
; cr k Co.. Lowell, Mas*.
k-a.fl«: *!•' nr bottle« for Sk.
n hy
»T
at:, by i-tOBT'dam*
std Nballrrow «.so
tt., n n J \ 9 Bson rtro«t
"-bat crow avenuss.
by
11 trq-ffveof
til 0
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d and.
os:,-, % OrM etasit road
rht for want of ui<e.
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r* 6 oogit
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iSMELL
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MADISON 8T8.
"P 20 -Iy '
Faith Es
A ho nt 40 year«
ipltfled
there was a youav
lady In Ltnootn County, Ga., Jwho bad
two sweethearts end, not bein< able
deolde between the two, r.tr cm
wild loons* bathes In tbs yard, Pamirs
one for euoh of her 'ov> r\ ano bellevtcs
in the old adage, "if hoj loyes me that
bash will grow " at.d, > 000 .- 1 -log
faltb, so it happened u her One of
the boahes very soon wi-.h-rod, bur, t,h*
other flourished, and in curs* of time
she married the sren - cm an r 0 r whou
wing bush w«a i»aaed. They
raised a large femll«, who
known throughout sav-ir*!
the locust bash *00 grew and
plied. Time has laid bare 'he spot nr
e hioh the old d wolllrs stood, and noth
ing remains to mark tbs site of tbh
onoe happy home but the looust fcn*ln s.
of which tl ere Ih a oompteae hedge,
about 100 yard«) in length
to 8 JI
Inteiy true
mfnletct'N d>nui
* R-L't'-t mint«'
tw
h<-.
"Ma«,
nlM
TU'a tr*}
u fairy tale, bu it is at s •
The lady 1 * a M«*h«,n a
r, and the gcutiemau
BiIiousDe 55
Symptoms:
Want of Appetite.
Furred Tongue.
Bitter Taste.
Constipation.
Headache.
General Depression.
Tre&Imenl:
DR. SCHENCK'S
MANDRAKE
PILLS.
This is sure and always safe.
Fer Fal« by all Dmggl.t*. Price 8 ft ctr per box;
sboxee for M ct«.: or wnt by mail, |M#t«ge fm«, on
nonpt of prier Dr. J. LI. Schcnck A H<in.Pbilad'a,
K®nt.
K®nt.
QIOK KENT' AT UEDUOEII l/ATK.—
JC Store, 'i /6 Ntilplsy street will he renteJ
' rsduoed
IJlO-tf
for t re bain
/.HUSH, V
Of t ie » 0 * 9 « '
Hi Wfcar/
F
Kapt I'—A FJMj RUiJM FOU A
Booioty la tho ilartnopa bni.dlnr, loth
and Market »treat*. Apply to H Dta.
DAHLLY No. e w. 10 th at. a 6 ™r
F OB KENT—A H *l «
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L OHI H i\-.t dl« L. 't v, a »Bin«
yssrf, l«tt *U nonin In tnia airy «poil
» A eon; ago. 14 9 n stcu. o- hi? age. b*d full
. d*m iwlr, blu «<*>«* »öd w >r« a
t »e«d sali a. y in? ru,a :-ju l i regard
him wilt be »hankfuify raeeived. i'SlfMA
hLUA?, 17 uct 1 rout W.. /mi
of
I H..
L 1 ^
*»H HT 't.
4 UOLLi*
•d M
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find*
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4
-■ tea
trot Tfto
.£» ,U Yaiül
tt.
it
■to
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S-. W. A ■ .
#
S. H. &'l AATS.
JUST OPENED
Spring and Summer Stock of
}
-AND
Sauze Merino Underwear
_
I
i
!
For Ladles, Gents and Children.
We take pleasure In Informing our
customers that we have at last secured a
line of Black Hosiery called
the
Which will not .tain thnf, .t o, „rurnnt., '
..lÄÄÄ' 11 ' 0 "
well .a repeated waah.ugi with »iwp
; Mt,
1 that
! the
I aud
"ONYX STAINLESS BL&OK,"
and soda.
S. H. STAATS,
No. 405 Market Street,
0 D
, Mr.
tbec
'
VwOHKINQRflEN!
i that
viORxsNasacsii
fi
*N.)
! for
;
j
! t
j best
, |h*>ksr
Why continua îo pny real nhon ! We
$50 cnslt and J»ß par month and ! ——
VJQnU'.HG&Em
ÎS2«.T"iio7" co " ho ' n, ' 0 "
Owoilfno confolns G rooms, In
good contffition; lot tSr .70 feel.
Convenioni io ofl industrial es
tablishments.
If you wish to secure one of
these rare bargains, doclde
promptly, aad call
HAWKINS & CO. f
712 Market Street. j 4 6 t
8
t>««n
R
woll
^LY SCREENS for doors
and windows made to
order aud put up in any
tylc; old ecrctnB repaired and
painted. Wire v'ork of any kind
made to order at low prices.
TV IKK
W.B. ALLISON'S
' K H,
A
408 shiplbv St,
every
able
pMUKlâ« WU'itUiteLL,
nose
'nanmtiKO Ukdietasm un
, PaAOIXOAi BmDAIMM,
1 »0. «SS KU« IWMBSTt.
B 8 .ia.nca 1105 MadlsoH at. Telephon.
»ui ma.
Omm Mat «apport Oleveland.
Nkw York, July 13 .—Four ye- rs ago
Mr. Horace K. Thurber, special partner
of the Arm oI Thurber, Wbyland & Co.,
wae to the aurprlao of hit irlends, a
strong advocate of the election « f «rover
Cleveland. To-day be Lb as strongly op
poeed h Im. To a reporter who
»ought an explanation of this change of
front Mr Thurber 'aid:
"Yes, it is true that I was In favor of
Cleveland four years
of
s.
day
«
aud I • In n gave
for It. Nuw I bel!
be suicidal 'o vote for Iffm—or rather fur
the platform which he represent« J
would not vote for my own lather If he
favored the destruction of our American
lnduitrbe I cm an American and de
»Ire our country '* best interest« tirtt lost
d ull the time. I
want an office and have
grind. But 1 am strongly lu favor
Protective tar id, beoiuse I believe» 1 »
for the good of the country and those who
e<*rn their living in it In this contest It
N a question of measures.
There is an Issue be/ore the country,
and it can not. must not, be dodged,
alt-ough Cleveland's supporters are now
trying to do. so. The wags earners of
this country will have to decide the con
llict between themselves and the wage
eurno-n of P nrone. 'I his couflict has be
precipitated by President Cleveland, a
American workmen by their
have to say whether or not they
liag to submit to a reduction of wages
T p products oi the European mark» ts
can be landed hare In ten days, aid the
goods » an be ordersd by oabl . Thus
they will be brought in direct and quick
comp: tltton with the production oi the
American wave-earner.
"If the tariff be reduced, tinn and ost
of Importing also reduced through thu
steam
politician, do
axes

I
will
C
-d tloctriclty, with the
carrying traüo of the ocean lu t o handtt
ami iu.dcr the control of Europe, what
must be the remit? A reduction
pay to tho A merle in workmen in
produce the 6 -» me goods at the
market pi ice Europe, II the tariff be
taken off, wdl be enabled to convey
niati rial across the ocean, mnnufoc
it abroad and return It to this count
ry, nude up Into articles which
sume, much ch a per than
oarse*
page ot work hero, or the «
ductlor of wages Do tt.
workm
1 tl
r
oan
do it
'd bo the stop
puisory re
a mcrican
dealte to place themselves
5 plane with the pooi ly paid work
mon .1 Europ ? Thatwou'dbe the re
sult of the removal o* the tariff. I
del>
. * be result
tor the welfare of tho American
mom man betöre those of any other
ry, for bis me
would tic
_ine,
and I can not sre t at the Mils hill,
which has been etd. rsed by the 8 t. Louis
Democratic Convmtlon and I'r.tident
Clcv» laud, will bo for their w. Hum I
thtr* lore, opptetd o it ard the lbcsident
who favors ic, r.otsirhstending tho lajt
' supported and voted
Wiien every Europe
Jioveiaiid'e
him In
papor hat 1 -
^sajja with
1884 .
ed President!
di-li-ht ns tout
convinced
:ng towaids free T.ade, it
that it
for the b st
Intccst of the country that he should bo
re-elected. The only way the w«ge
er if this country can e pro oclhI i. by
protecting hlineill with Um hi,lot. If t!
Americun worki
and home
the Imp
doliee tl
shall bue-i
h a home
a pur with
:
«i
•rished w rki
he will
wise, he will Cecil
for Free '1
if other
to f r J'reki
Clevcland aud the measures which
■L
0
Intaxviowlug m Dron
Uow,
S
Intaxviowlug m Dron
"When I
aud
Uow,
young," pay? Hill Nye,
)d r
t'.ie
ooantry, gatbsripg w
dark of ihd moon, I used
OJald milk anybody'a
think
«•lous to the
think i
, Uu* I do tot
» lit u.
*
. Ido
unl«w« «ho sign is right, ai d i; !
been right fot a good many ye;>r».
"L'he last cow I tried to milk was a
common oow, born In ohecurity; ktud
of a eelf-mads c
brow was low, bat sbo wore
high and tte was haughty,
haughty I
"I made a 0 jnaioop!
tbat is need tu the very beet of
o tbat noi'd not have given
dv where. I salj 'so,
Then I told her to 'a
»'t
I re;
«aber her
her tall
rk to
her,
society,
offense
4 eoed.'
.1 she
and
she 'hlsled.'. Hat i thought she overdid
tt. 8 he put too much H*prr?H»ton ln i;.
' Just then I heard something orwb
threugh the window of t.h« bv.r.j • nd tall
with a «mil, si ikantng thul
nlile. The neighbors came to
it was that osusei ad the n:,lre. Tfeey
fon'id tuât I had done it in gsHlng
through the window.
"I o«k d tt.a n«lghb
was (till steudln;.
Then I ached if tho
much. They said sho o/emrt tî bs
quit« robust Then I req:i
■to go In and oalm the
j ■ ■*1 they oDuid get my plug hat off her
the
a at
If Ih« barn
l'bry nil tr wu»
' d them
t o and
"i
buying all my mlik row of a
1 Bole:.t a gentle milk cion
hi :k, and i feel
milkman,
who will 1
_ tbcugb
I »vuld tract him. Then, if he feels
i though he oouid trust in«, it is all
! r.gbt."
bfce Way Fait Vhrouxii Witn It.
New York, July 13 .—Tho motion of
the Duchess of Marlborough, formerly
Mrs. Huuujrtl.y, for flOO.OtO allowance
from her first husband's pr»»perty
' that'o'V"h»!f
oumu!.U lnl,°c, ls "
, iy Kobert te.vcll, Ftanhlln Bart
; Mt, who rcprcs'nte»! tho next of kin,said
1 that 88 175,000 had already been paid to
! the Duche?s on the 2 d of December l ist,
I aud th » income of tho estate being (110 -
, (lUS.rOO ought t • be sufficient
hvr uurll the 2 d oi Öeplembcr.
veil claimed
n- was greater than 840 , 00 .», aud
i» worth frS.OOl'.t'OJ.
0 D 0
, Mr.
tbec
the iiiUreat
'
i that tir; est
fi The Plokels
*N.) t 05 Shipley e;
! for gaoi 1
; J»wel
it Heater Go.,
. Hta.'quaru.rH
oil *
. ihe
lvf rsal satin
j fa-Ttinn; it is p*rftc.ly tafo. Th 9 Mcni
! t r oil atove is acknowledged to be the
j best ptovo in tho market; a perfect
|h*>ksr and free from
! We sell them
! ——
ke or smell,
their merits; try one.
01'EN FOR THE SEASON.
CHARLES; KYLE,
——th» vama a»—
ICE CREäIM MAN.
At
»»orner of •! XT H A OKAOfOK
8 TKBETN, has Upsaod for
laprsparad
K«ntl«iaon with
TMBOB
b th« y oan« lartiM and
rofreahin^ bovoraft«, ai
^ j par
the first and aooond floors bar«
t>««n ropapored, repainted and
refntnUbsd and everj effort will bs mads to
R l«a»s. tie bas ample raaohinory and oan
irnlab tbs beat ore*in in th« ou.rz«t at tba
lowMtratM. « 18 -tf
ntnfflb
K«nti«uon with tbe refreshing bsvsrag»
woll as parties, balls, pio-nlos, So. Ilia
lora,botb ----- - - -
babdaomely
M
REAL ESTATE
A VAI.ÜABI.« SrulU! FBOPÏKrï
run NALL.
A three story «tore and dwelling, with
a Tory deelr
bast
of tbe boat
every i'üprovemea», situated
able
. a ill g 0 i rut a largo
nose Store
grooery stands off market street.
H.D. WALTER,
NO. 3 W. 7th SI\
a
of
of
COCItjTBY S'OKS TftCAUB.
This is th« way they <To bnatnea* at
ths croaa-roais store where they have
plenty of tug » for It. The system has
Dot yet gone *nto effant In the lsrge dry
goods emporium* 0 / the oltles. Odb
lady in pink "
rfiat*' sun bnnn
, and a
gown made of Avi»nd a quarter yar's
of oalloo, «nfer», adjusts bar gleetee
loiks at the thr;e pieces of gtughum
the shelf.
"Anything I can show yon to day,
Mrs. Skinner?*' n«ks the proprietor,
oomiog forward with hla mon;h tall ot
plokels and oheeso.
"I dunno,r* sajB Mrs. Bkfuner.
'Got a Une lins of gtnghatos just in."
•*I danno, but I might look at 'em.
No charge fin- that, I reckon."
"Oh, bo; *i»f coarse rot. Now here's
« mighty ulbe pleoe o' green and red
plaid."
' I danco ks I like pi»id."
"Well, Lure's a b
oheok. "
"I fcadnft cal'latod
check."
• Well, now hero's a grean and white
piece."
d
J
»
a
r.
and white
gottlc.' 0
I
hart
•Î whit?
many proen au.
glnghaais I thought I would like
Iking different this time."
* They're mighty good oolors, Mrs.
Sslnner."
4 I've an Visa the plaid wl.l
I wash it." I
"What, gingham like that run! That
Rlogham'll Wash long as there's a rug ot
it, and never fade ''
**I ain't up
4 Chaw a pleoe and
when
It
o' that.'
. No'm. that
C ngham'll bile liko tn nulla. Don't, you
s-e it saps i*Kt colors ou the label."
4 Aw, that don't oocnt fur nothlc'
nowadays. How muoh Is It?"
' Twenty fl
"Ho
"Tweatj-lfl
"For £l jffai\rn like tbat?"
"Yös'ni, ftu' cheap at that."
• Mra i.r.'lt t» ?b bf,ngbt better ging
' a-many a time tor a
oenisa yard."
tloh?"
cents."
ham a many
shillin'.''
••it
'i| 6 fch glngb
us this."
-tie tetter, If anything."
I guess yer misUkeu. This gingham
oust me twilnty-.'iiur ostits."
yon getdreadinllvcheated."
It d be fi bargain at thirty cants."
'P'fbawk nun, you're cr»ay. Now,
r okee here! 8 am Peters, I'li give you
twenty o?nts a yard for th;tt git gbam,
an' it's all | will give."
"Oan't dlo it, Mrs. Sblnnar. Sty
'.wtnty three and I'll do it, but I'll
lose money)."
"Twentyla ail I'll give."
"I'll split the difference
-half.''
"'Tvin't <|vuth it, 8 am."
"It's wurh two bite."
"Pibawl '
44 Deed it, Ils."
4 I klu gti belter giugba
cents in tow:» "
"Not
"I kD
"I'li give sixteen cent* fo* a'l you
oan git for twenty
tLlf."
"I'll glvo you t wen I?-on 0 o-'ntt i #
you'll throw la a card of hooka an'
"It was a
" r
»' «»y
twenty two an'
ft r fifteen
mcèb you •
owl k.'n "
a, »» g oi
ond
«i
'n.'t .id it ■•
W-^, 1 , Miy a epco'.o' *hm«. 1 ."
4 I'm U'sin' money n.e it I« "
' La. Ratii IM net \o:
•Of. y At ! on tbiu ptcfrth
t f Hi a o'.ri o' button?, n l
4 I'll aey bat
" Vhy c I
"Ob, 1 '
-How
•T:\in ! '
nka
. You can
y how."
0
make it a d^aeü?''
m lortiA* mouoy
yoU ta.kl"
n yard
o' pop'/atnt candy lor
Bat I'm glttln' cheated,
pay in eggs,
•yuldn't "
r.««
"WHll.gb
tons an* a - t
the baby.
Take your
••No, r.
''Air.'
' the it* bat
\ you?"
money?"
!, yj>n storokoepers do bra*, a'l
u' «1 bargain. You don's i
10 stand
*'N,.'
14 WV
makl
a body a fop
K.ekrV
Rm>. reic«y for (In,»hiK soil ttolluj.
Kepi by B lit und DanOr;u and oihors.
Coi|aclene«ltmi
Coi|aclene«ltmi Rogues.
A special from Kansas City, dated July
0 th, «ays: "T. K Bowen, rtJ years old,
speechless and helpless iron» paralysis,
a pv-'schgt-r ou a Santa Fo railroad
train which arrivbd here at 10 last u'ght,
aceompanieil by his * "
istlug b'rt lather from the train, u
rough lookipf* man plni-med his
while two of his companions, nil passen
the train, robbed the defeat'd css
of V'J'JC, ull the tnouey 1
ed. The depot platform was crowd« I,but
nobody knew of the robbery until the
brutal t:io broke through thu
rau Th * sou shouted, but the
the eveapir.jp steam drowned his volco.
Th® «obbertl bave not be- n captured.
old
I " - •HP
:
a
IIIIBl IIGtT I SCRATCHED
Until trie skin w
raw». Body
i sputa of mortar. Gored
witn net» t
by
I oo(
Ins
♦ h" ex
dll
rkJr
rhangr
U KM K
; I
till
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Hold everywhere, »'riee, ('UTI' UKA, 60c.;
SOAP, a*.: UkSOLVENT, *L Prepare«! by
the IN'TTJEH DHUU AND (JUKMICAL Oo.,
Skin I>1
». M
•How
M
luntal*.
PTMrijtS, black-heads, red, rough.
A Ai.TJLeratpne«l and oily skiu prevented by
CUTIOURaTHAai».
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Client P.IIL.
ps., Wok
Pie«.
li'lIRA.
Lunas.
ita causes.
eaooi-siuit't UK at you!
was «'.««f twenty
eight y«|anj. Ttaatad by snoci. of tbe
r jlAll'ito without Lenaflt. Cored bl
throb raoitriD, and alno -3 then hno
rtrerta 01 ottiera. »V-t i-aiiicnura
rtloatiop, T. S. FAü a, No. 41 W est olai
tt.; Waw Ydwa Dit*. «Hh)«-m,ih.aaHiu*
Sadden
otiof Memory.
Is not
Sadden forgctftil
- -unusual
thing in the pulpit Aubrey, the anti
quary, says (bat when h-* was a freshman
at college, he beard Dr. Ssndetson.Blehop
Lincoln, well known for his work, 'Nine
Cases of Conscience," break down In the
middle of the Lord's prayer. Even the
great French preacher Massillon once
stopped in ihe middle of » sermon from a
defect of memory; and Mnsbilloo bimse I
recorded that the same thing happened
through excess of approhendon to
other preachers whom he w
different parts of the
at
a
d
hear in
dty Another
hrench preacher et pped In the middle of
a sermon aud was unable t» proceed
The panse was however, pot overlugcnt
onsly. ••Friends,'* said ho "I had forgot
to say that a person much afflicted is
r. commended to your immediute pray
ers.'' He meant himself He fell
knees, aud belcre he rose he had recover
ed the thread of 1 is discourse, which he
concluded without hia
being perceive.!.
his
of memory
0
Two fiisd Bo
The first school that 1
kept by
went
old dame There
number of other boys thor e
very good boys, but Charlie baggage aüd
I were always the scamps of the school
He and I were forever in scrape*, and the
old woman utcl to p ace us side by hide
standing on stools in the middle of the
school-room, md p int to us as a warn
ing to the others, and say: "Look
those two boys! They
bad boys, and
they will never get along iu this world
Those two boys will come t > a bad eu
It Is rather funny, but Bsggage :iud I are
the only two in ail the school who have
been heard of since.
9
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3
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FLOATING SO AS
-IS
THE CHIEF
For the Both. Toilet and Lau
AbsoluteI y P < 1 ri>
Snow White an
irynurdsat
ond 10 eont*
sIHS. S. KIRK 5 CG..
CHiGACO.
lor
flBIOT WEATHER,
a'l
LAWN TENNIS SHOES
—FOR—
MEN,WOMEN & CHILDREN.
8
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FOR MIN.
Plain Roat illppors, hand made.
Fine goat slippers,pu.leather trimmed.
Fine embroidered slippers.
Ooze calf slippers.
Calf, low
Canvas, low cut
Lasting pri
Lasting gaiters, extra wide, with patent
leather tips
Will suit fleshy people, easy to put
aud off.
shoe(<; extra wide.
albcris"
8
FOR BOYS AND YOUTHS.
:
Low cut walking shoes, slippers.
Base ball shoes.
FOE W0ME.V,
3
Kld Oxford tics, all grart.es and prices.
K 1 J opera allppcn, al grades and
T
prices.
Kid Miranda, Newport and
Fine black,canvas button, kid trimmed.
Her ties p
FOR MISSES & CHILDREN.
Kid, Oxford button and ties.
Miranda and op
FINE LASTING KID FOXED BUTTON
t ' • ' 3
d slippers.
11
The best selection for those wlio
prices always the
early. For quality
lowest.
■'{■'E FAMILY SHOE HOLS?

«n. Mt»» SitAAiait:* UJt&äAJU
(above tUwioürt)
'■ ItiimtOTOIt, DELA TATI ■
P
ds.
William H. Babsock.
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CURE OF
CANCER and DLCERS.
Jod#? T. C. McLendon writes to
Specific Co., Atlanta, On., under date of
Bradley, n colored man, hod
the right
swift
• i.
. It c
<)f pain, and he lost the sight
finally c
f Swift'« Spoelflc. This c
., Go, where be llvett
r Danbury), and of this case, I, myself,
' knowledge."
well km
n Wilkes
had
Mr.
Ar^at.
. Tate Co., MIm.
d< al tr
Your
after
pk-toly cured. I
r. My
-d ici an
if« equal
I
ther. Y 01
»u claim fi
d
lore thn
Mi « -1
nought to
b«* hopelc««. it
Mr«. A. M. Gr.ldsmlth, No. C 74 Warren
Brooklyn, N. V . w
I. 11
Fcbrnary ? 2 , 1 PP 8 .
had ai:
for
remedy. I um
with no good result«. My little girl,
. had
1 th.
■alts would
S. I thought
what it would do for her.
»ay that It entirely c
remedy I k
oul.l see
am thankful to
I
of for
o blood. I roatty
■f saving my life,
a throat disease
rfully
1 .
.
simile

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-, Mllfra -,1 P.
• 1 had a c
targe
?.. Ellis Co..
T.
ltd,
flitch
BOMKtaran
ch pain and Intlam
Bed I
! of a
using It.
d I was
after the u
dropped out, my cancer wua gone,
rely relieved."
l. .
G. W. Pottin,
a ttufTcrer from
kin. S. C.. write*: »I
and had
phv-J. la
.
of 8 . 8 . 17 W;
. After taking a
entirely cured."
Skin Diseases malted
Troatiotf on
la
Tut SwilT SI R
Drawer 3 .
Drawer 3 .
P hU ad dpM «, Wllmlogtoa A E»l
tlmoro Ballroad,
JVNB 4 th, 18 »»
v* Wltnungwm
tats». 9 ,si*? «
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and 400
(C«u
107 ,
a Lamokln, 6 40 aar
tlont, 7 a «. ti.',BM'"*
Baltimore an^iinterraodlato atatToas, lfll*
Vtaj^Lloe, 7 45 n_
d Washington, t Lb, 4 4H,
n ■;
re and
Haulm
Train»:
bid
DWnaa leave for:
ärÄ-iWÄ."" 2 * CK
försrsÄ m. w "'
Bedford (express), 3 59 p. re.
Är-'
Express lor Barrington, a 50 p.
Mn, 6 3 D p. m.
'Nteht 07 *^ and Dai
r ranK'inyity ,*8 80 a. m,
:co *
ip.i
•UUono, 8 »
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Fra
Leave Pl»tla<lelpbla. Broad Qtree.t, for Wu
n »«. J.», 7 J 7 , »it
Jo*.»?" tw SS 7 ini)' afa * ,0i * 40a * 4
Accommoda loti. fia ., m «*». l.ag
40 . and U 47 p. *»
BLJNUAY TitAIMK
*
t£. 437 . ta 8
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"*• w *l**'"» • W. and ?M ti. k
( Oimac» ation. 815 a. tu., 1210 . 1 2 b. 4 10 ,
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WOOD
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and *11 )< a
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for Phi,,.a..;Phi* an»
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3 U, *i Wi t t il., fl 49 , T 39 , »3
30 7 M, p 06, li so
T 18
00 , 31
p
WBST BOTH* II.
For Ptayeriy. aoeosua-'KiaUua, d»ijy
For Haiti more, aecommodaUos, dally
ati*y a 4 » a. to.
biOfago and I'lttshur*, erpress, dallj
Ht. Ijouîs expreju, dailj
•in, daffy u *b p a,
Mt. licniâ eaprat-s
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v<l Frill .
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ds.
r*(n - -
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&. » 39 . «L lî' 1 C. X«
y. e.w. T 30 t. a
5, HU'
i
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i only, S. 1 » a m.
«STJ.R» P01IÎT6
. m ojjWMJtmna,
*.u i'i itanasar.
O. t. JSOULA
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1 :
Tv's
VON X
la'ile in i'ffmst,
NtbHi
Til
iy
1888 Trxlns
■ a* fullOMa
anna, Hprlu*.
nor. Pottf. ville,
ritIphta
■tr« et)
a

'■1
the
1 .
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rrlle!" Le naps, (jhaddff
»nd Intermediate point*
'
1
«pont
i
or <
7 .
Wret"cbe"ter*' 7 df - ™'m., «.
c«-yt Saturday and
r
iffy t]
For
:îvâ
> 1 '
»r Bead
■ml Intense
rtngao.l a
i:
iu- point« at 6 . 0 ) p. m.
AUSLAND, BOW N KSS BKl»lUb,
1 tendent. Oeii'l l'aca. A«' t.
Met
A
iri A&& ISà'ï, TR U U K fc>
AUL
TRAVELING BAG^.
fin* Harness A Specialty
•Tames A Conn eu,
So. 4 , Kiisi Fourth Skreav
pate
pine
and
aitd
All the Season*
able Clothing
lower prices.
Trousers at $ 4 . 50 ,
Special.
Serge Suits a t
$ 12 . 00 .
Serge Suits a t
$ 13 . 50 .
Serge Suits a t
$ 15 . 00 .
All-Wool
$ 10 . 00 .
at
PRICES TOUCH
THE VERY LOWEST
NOTCH.
Suits
I
OAK HALL,
Southeast Corner Sixth and Market Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
J OHN R. HUDSON - & CO.,
No. [5 Market 8t., Wilmington, Del.
BKLTING, STEAM PACKINGS, OIL CUPS,
TWINE & ROPEC
,C V -
m
■—Dealer in Fine Grades of—
HYDRANT, STEAM & WATER
STOVE Oil,
FIDE BUMlin OPS;
LIDO, K TTSFBOI.tnn,
LIHEFO t Cmoi KU
NO. 15 MAltKET ST., WIL., DEL. jj 6 *c 4
GUM
HOSE.
*
GOAL! COAL!! COALUi
Wu
»it
*
COAL FKOM THE BEST MINES.
FREE OF DUST.
#
10 ,
DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OP THE CITY.
Now is the time to lay id your Winter Coal, as it
will eoon go up iu price. The wise man pats
in hie winter supply this month.
»
jOOL SPRING ICE d; COAL CO.,
South Side of Market St. Bridge.
Branch Office, 403 King Street.
TELEPHONE CALLS. NOS. 109 Ö* 152.
i
1
TRY OUt*
750. WRITS tSDIKTS.
A uuuil
made of Good Blositn;
eaaily Weaned i
ed and Good Fitting.
OSLI Ml
et
Before Baying
AUD 8 BHUOB
«59, Will YB SBIKTS.
Front.
mb a Back :
WYATTJfc CO.'« 603 MARKET STREET.
CELEsKarite
P
9
ICE CREAM.
'eiiîilh and Shipley Sit, Tnuj' 31 , Od
■V
âiuiîii ior
I M
Icq Cream supplied to Plc-nlo?, Excursions, and to the trade at «pnet») n m ,
T RI.RFUOSg CALL 411
«T. T. GARDNER
Cor. Seventh and Shipley Streets.
»
COAL. COAL
luaun
eff «he bui «gweittjr.
Cu Ab. So*, a
LIME, SAND, CEMENT, FIRE CLAY s*Ä FLRg BEJHIt
-AT wrw IAKB—
FRORT AND OHURON STRIKT*;
JOHN M. SOLOMON
®^FIC 1 . H9. a WEST THIRD STKK| |T.
WIL.
ATLANTIC CARDEK
*»« KlflU KTHUT.
The ander?lgne.l hss flltcd np tht
Atlantic G* 7 dp.u in good style, and
Invites »11 who wish to inas a tew
œousnts p leans« tty
pate in o gam© of nbufiit»-beard, Uu.
pine or pucl. Or.cloe wtsea and Liquor
and ci g a vs alwaye
Lnnci* every Wednesday moxuxu.
aitd BatarGay mcrulug a&d cvtnuig.
Wu, Lkso, Troprlotor.
W and part ici
bat d.
1 !l$ 4
harness,
TRUNKS,
TRiYELING BAGS
SUMMER HORSE CLOTHISG*
■ LAP RUGS &
FLY NETS.
509 SHIPLEY ST.,
C. P. Maroney.

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