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TnrOTiwrwTfBiTflstktcT isv**TioATiw«r commit^ xagraapsT—ni evidence TOT aLl IN—TIE investigation to CLOSE TODAT. The "case of Rev. Mr. Kenney, who Was Charged by Mrs. Van Meter with Immoral conduct at taken np, ywlne Summit Camp, was day, by tSe committee ap Presiding Elder of the Dis trict, at fltloam church, of which Mr. Kenny has charge. The following gentlemen com prise the committee: Rev. Joe. Welch, 8aml. Kurtz, J. T. Ash ton,, J. W. McClary, R. J. Carson, Geo. G. Rakeetraw, Danl. Patterson, G: F. Hurlock, and A. L. Hood. Rev. Wm. McCabe, presided over the investigation whieh commenced at two o'elock. The doors were at I first thrown open, but after the evidence be gan to be taken they were closed and no one permitted to either go out or admitted with in. About a hundred in all were present, including the oefliial board of the Church, and Mrs. Van Meter, her husband and two daughters. Rev. H. E. Gilroy aetdd as counsel for the defense and Rev. Isaac Nast directed the prosecution. The formal charges made were specified In two : First, Drunkenness ; and Second, Immo rality In indecent treatment of Mrs. Van Me ter's daughter. Rev. Jas- Walch acted'as Secretary, and the evidence was taken ver batim. The evidence of the prosecution In the first charge was completed and Mrs. Van Meter had concluded her statement In regard to the second, when the eommietee adjourned. At a general request from the committee, we defer publishing the evidence as given so far. The committee will probably conclude its labors to-morrow, a conclusion reached, apd a final report will be made to the pub lic. The committee is sitting as a graad juiy to srft the evidence, and, if they think proper, Will certify the case to the Confer ence, which meets next Spring; if they con clude that the evidence is sufficient to warrant thlfe, Mr. Kehhey w ill he sukpehded lYom this charge until the Conference can pass upon the matter. Although there Is some little dissent, public'opinion among the members of Mr. Kenney's church is decidedly in ills fa vor, and his long life of Christian faithful ness is considered a sufficient denial of the present improbable charge. IN THE TOILS. THE EUOXIES EXWItAPPED—HIS HOXOIt TOILING ON. Down the dungeon stair and into'the court marched the Herald man to the music of rippling words of justice from the municipal head and front. "Alfred Pierce," he was sayihg," why is it that thou makest day hideous with thy rioting and excess ? Knowest not that the goodly burglars here about have been pierced by tliy maudlin and unromantie words, O Pierce!" "Sah, massa Mayor, I dose nothing but by the sweet blaek hand of Nancy Jane, I was sliigln' nuffln but "De new Jerusalem is a cornin' a long," dat's all Boss Mayor, everything." "Well Alfred thou shouldn't learn Chris tian serenity and jurisprudential lore and to keep thee to do so pay the city the little in signifance of $2, and after that #200 more over to the goddess of Peace." "Geo. Phillips stand up, and blush not for thou art browned by the suns of Hottentot, and tell us w herefore thou threatened bodily harm to Mr. Coye a gentleman of thy color and race." "Sah, I takes a fill-up down town and—" "Well, well Philip, let us have #5 or so, and they financial promise to the amount of 8100, and depart. The next man, fat, small and black, coin ing before his magisterial grace, winked at his right hand, which contained his worldly wealth in the shape of 8200. "John Walker, pay it over and go away, thou surely makest a good cell or wall cue, but go away a wiser man." And the musi cal utterance ceased for tl e day, leev nr our reporter to philanthropically meditate over, THE MONTHLY REPORT FOR AUGTST. Drunks, Disorderly Conduct Assault and Battery Threats to bodily harm Larceny Burlary Receiving stolen goods Accomplice to Burglary, Inmates of Disorderly House, Trespassing, Corner Lounging, Cruelty to Dumb Animals, Cruelty to Child, Violating Shinner Ordinance, Tippling House, Disorderly Houses, Vagrants, Total, Number sent to jail, Amounts of lines eolieeted. • 17 12 1 1 4 4 i 1 1 96 13 818.50 THE SO.VNA.VHl LIST !C VADJ.T. lO ItHTUKX nE ltF-COVEHH SI FUCIEXTI.Y TO WEST POINT. J. C. Shafner, the West Point Cadet, who distinguished himself as a somnambu listic leap from the midnight express from Baltimore lo New York, on Thursday last, bos recovered suflieieiiMy to he allowed to return to West Point, /lie will leave Elkton to-morrow morning in the eleven o'clock express aui proceed immediately to West Point.. He is still unwell from the effects of the shook, but the doctor has given him per mission to travel. He fails yet. t< Iter anything further of Id's jaunt from Washington, or of the leap from the train, und says that everything from tlic time he left that city is a biank in bis memory. remum AN ATTRACTION LAST NIGHT. T!je_ coming circus uilverllsed very effee tiqply last cveiiiug, if we can judge from tlic large crowd that collected on Market street to witness the calcium display from the Delaware House. Especially did It delight the colored population who,' with profound com men's in the most amusing dialect, watched the in coming of the elephant and out-going of the monkey. The mot Icy ussen - Wage was even greater than that of the prt - ceding evening. The condition of the buoys In the harlior of New York is a disgrace to u'civillzed com munity. —N. Y. Herald. Just so with some ofthe boys In the streets. THE LION'S MOUTH. Is Thia depertinent <Jf thfe paper if ill be open at all times to theee who wlah to furnish communications Car publication. But the editor reserves to himself the right to accept or reject The name of the author must invariably accompany the article, and mknuscript should be written upon but one side of the paper. A WNE IN REPLY. To the Editor of the Sordid: I do not wish to enter into any contro versy with Mr. Croziei) of whom I have heard ibr the firat time to-day. My letter had no direct bearing upon patriotism and tilings of that fckd. I wish merely to say that the good taste of the city is a little shocked; something like it would be if our worthy ministers, however fine their sermons might he. should preach to us in red coats, blue vests, and white breeches. From the tone of Mr. Crosier's letter, I see that he imagined himself writing against an ex-rebel. I will state that I was born and raised ten miles from the city of Boston, but cannot afford to let my patriotism lead me into wearing tri-colored neckties,or striping my face with red,white and blue. Put them on a piece of musltfi in the shape of the stars and stripes, and I am willing to pull off a hat to them at any time, if it is net raining, and I show my country any respect thereby ; but put them on pickets, I cannot stand off and gdmire them with Mr. C. i Yours truly, Hacth. \Vilmixgtox, Aug. 31, '75. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. French street above Ninth Is being miead arnized. Sherry's troupe of the New York theatre will be here sometime In September. Mr. John B. Kinne stopped In town yes terday. The lightening pitcher of the Doerrs was dark and savage tow ards the close ofthe de feat. Duprez & Benedict will not be at the Opera House on the ilth prox., as an nounced. The Fame Hose company are having the front of their engine house repainted. At the Horticultural meeting in the In stitute, on Monday evening, committe busi ness w as transacted. • The Schooner, F. C. Halleck, Male, from Meptie, Conn., Is in town with granite to order. St. Peter's Church and Orphans' Asylum are being painted and otherwise Improved. Fifty earloads of lumber have lieen brought from Michigan to Middletown in this State and made up in peach crates. The Bark Antelope, Capt. Simpson, from this city, liound to St. Croix, was seen on the 20th ult., at latitude 3044, longitude 6258. The Methodist Episcopal Preachers' As sociation of this city will resume their meet ings next Monday morning at 10 o'clock in their usual place, St. Pauls Church. A game of base ball will b3 played on next Thursday afternoon on the Quickstep's new grounds between the Quickstep. Jr.,and the Robinson club of this city. The applause ef the boys on the hills at the Quickstep game yesterday came to the ears of those within the enclosure like-the piping of manifold frogs, in the marshes of Christiana. It is expected that a festival will tie held on the evenings of the 7th, 8th, and 9th of September, for the benefit of the Mission Sabbath School, under the supcrlntendeuce of Rev. Mr. Sanderson. It is not often tl at types get or sprees, but they evidently do, If we are to judge by the four.h ] are of the Republican for the type on that page of the paper Rave been off of their feet for the past week. The Adelphia Theatre will open on Satur day night with a tirst-elass company under the management -of Harry Con rad, the old pioneer of minstrelsy. Harry lias not ap|ieured in Wilmington for the last eighteen years. He in'ends to carry on this place in first-class style and try to give every body satisfaction. So give Harry a call. The last number of the Central Law Juvr ,nal of St. Louis, Mo., gives a long account of the suit liefore the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, m 1873, between the P. W.ifc B. R.R.Co. and Mr. Stinger, who wished to recover damages from the company for "injuries sustained while the ]<Taintiff was driving upon a road eonMiruoutj to defen dan's'road." Th j renirefaeirt ile nero was awarded. Tlic public schools of this city open on Monday next, and parents who wish to enter their children in the crammer school should send them the first day. Otherwise all va cancies in the grammar schools will tie filled by promo'ions from the primary schools, and tardy applieau's will have to wait. Of late years the attendance at the grammar schools Inis been imreating at the rate of 100 pupils per year. BUSINESS BULLETIN. We advise those who wish to purchase tots or shoes, should go to Pennington's, Ninth and Orange. Are you ki need of a fine set of Harness; if so go to Merger, 405 Shipley Street . To get suited in a first-class suit of clothes, go to Buxbaum, Third and Market. Buy your whips of Ycrger, 405 Shipley s' reel. • Plaid, plain and striped Dress goods at Jus. A. Sanders. A splendid line of Biuek Alpacas and Blu'ek Cashmeres at J. A. Sanders. Silk Duster Mohair ut 25 cts., selling else where at ..i'X', ut James A Sanders, Mar ket street between Second und Third. Buxbaum is closing ont. his stock of sum mer clothing at cost. Go see hitn, at Third andMirket. Ii - - Fashion gossip.—led tirnnds! irts will he little worn In society this fall, and Imoti o tt skle of tlic trousers are not cn reyel at bull'. CITY POLITICS. MEETINGS — RESOLUTIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. Lest evening a meeting of the Irieh De, mocratlc voters of this city, was held at 2d and Tat nail, Jos. Burke, presiding. Patrick Hessen was appointed secretary. The following resolution was adopted: Rttolvod, that the said meeting do heiyhy pledge themselves to the nomination of the Democratic party, and to use every effort in their power to secure the election of the candidates. Patrick Hessen, Win. Do'.lard and Patrick Lambert, were appointed a committee to wait upon Mr. Whiteley, and.the other can didates, and present a copy of the resolu tion, alter which the meeting adjouned. At Morrow's bulldiug last night, the De mocracy met In the persons of their Execu tive Committee. Subjects of partv Interest were discussed, and private business trans acted. The meetings will ,bc held every night this week at their rooms. The Eighth Ward Republican Committee met on Tuesday night, and fixed upon to night fot the nomination, which will be held at the S. W. corner of Fourteenth and King streets, from 7 to 8 o'clock. George E. Rice Is favorably spoken of for Council in that ward. They will also bold a nomination for Inspector and Assistant Inspector at the 6ame time and place. DEMOCRATIC MEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PRIMARY SCHOOL, A SELECT SCHOOL, NORMAL AND COLLEGIATE PREPAR ATORY SCHOOL, And MECHANICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, of the STATE NORMAL UNIVERSITY, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. faculty JOHN C. IIARKNESS, A. M., Instruction. LAURA OSGOOD IIARKNESS, Instruction. CALEB HARLAN, M. D., Lectures. FERDINAND FULLMER, Instruction. HENRY L. 8CHCENHER, Instruction. PANCOST ALLEN, Instruction. REV. JOHN WILSON, A. M,, Lectures. HENRY C. CONRAD, LL. D., Lectures. FRANCOIS IIENRY LOUBIGNAC, B. L., Instruction. J. JACKSON PEARCE, Instruction. WILLIAM T. WESTBROOK, Practical Telegraphy. EDWARD L. RICE, Jit., Instruction. ANNA B. JEFFERIS, Instruction. ■ It Tuition Book rent 80 to 813 per term. - 20c. to *1 No "surprises" in expenses. Special estimates, -Mth unexceptional ac commodations in the best families, will be •furnished for board, Ac. Our "Educational Bulletin," Is worthy the attention of every jeuth and every parent with a child to edu cate. Kent gratis, with pleasure to any ad dress anti free at the book and news stores. Seats can be secured now. Twenty-eighth tei mopens 9 o'clock a. m., Monday, Septem ber 0,1875. ' v For further information, you will please address, Your obedient servant, septl-tf JOHN' C. IIARKNESS, tf G RAND KXCUR-ION Y. M. C. P. L. I. l'G l'ENNSGUOVE, On tbe steamer ALICE E. PRESTON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1875. TICKETS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Boat leaves Fourth street wharf at 8 a, m and 2 p. rn. HE CITY ITEM. T EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. DAILY EDITION OVER 20,090. SUNDAY ITEM, 05,000. ' BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE COUNTRY. Every gentleman who owns a horse reads THE ITEM. Everybody who believes in the drama reads THE ITEM. GREAT XEWSPAPKH OF PENNSYLVA NIA. (in the day of pub Mention it is read in Pennsylvania. Onto. Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland, Delaware, Philadel phia, New Jersey, etc. immense circulation throughout Delaware. septl-Sin ALTA HOUSE, M No. 1)1 East, Water Street. GAME Ol-' ALL KIN 1)4 IN SEASON. MRS. REYNOLDS. it ;!)• If, AM El. nelTNHEB. 1) No 21 <> W EST SECOND STREE T WILVINGTON, DEL. Would beir leave to cullthp attention of the elllxeiisof Wilmington und th,e surrouml Ing country to his erge stock of goods eon slhtlngof Men s, Women's and Childrenis BOOTS AND SHOES. of nil sizes and Of (be best makes, which lie will sell lower i h,ui the same goods en Is- bought In tlie city, so eg 11 nnd examin^ *hls In ge stock of Boots and Shoes' before mg elsewhere, as yon will be eon piirejias vlncol of bis low prices. Remember tlie place, 216 West Sr eniid s! reel. DANIEL MtCUSKER. m!i27 30* ° clal at ing cial the tne at and THE MORNING HERALD , it<■-:> ii/ ;c ' If. ■/.'n :>/.i / r X It la the only Morning Paper published in the State of Delaware. II AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM Oil A G It will prove of great value to tl»e Mercan tile portion of the community. The Herald contains all the latest Tele graphic News, bright and newsy locals, pointed and pithy Editorials, a full line of Correspondence, and a variety of Miscel laneous matter. of THE MORNING HERALD at Is published every morning, (Sundays ex exeepted), and delivered in the city of Wilmington and surrounding places for six cents per week, payable to the carriers. Mail subscrip tions, postage free, THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE, O'BYRNE BROS., Puklisheks, *' NO. 509 SHIPLE5^8T', WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. X MUCELLAIEOIJS. OECONDOF THE 8EA80'. ° Turf or AiliftlCA. SMITH'S GRAND EXCURSION, THURS DAY, SEPT. 9,1875, Leaving Wilmington, Del-at la. m. byope clal tiiun ofcarwand arrlvinglt Jersey City at 10.*) a. m.; tbofte by the splendid steamer Richard Stockton, up the Hudson, worid famed for it* matchless scenery, and appro priately styled"The Rhine of America. AUndlng will be made at Newburg, glv ing an opportunity to view the place and Inspect Washington's last headquarters,and affording a view of the most magnificent river scenery in the world. Returning down the river, taklng-the spe cial train at 7.90 p. m., and arriving home the same evening. Those who desire, con spend the time In New York City, and Join tne excursion on its arrival at Jersey City, at 7 p. in., allowlhg nine hours in the me tropolis. Arrangements have also been made for those wno wish to stop over until Friday or Saturday, by presenting their ex cursion ticket at the office in Jersey City and the payment of 11.25 extra, they can re turn on any of the through trains. The city Cornet Band will accompany the excursion. Refreshments served on the boat. Seats In the cars will be numbered and checks given. Fare for the round trip, (8.75; children under twelve years, *2.25. Tickets for bale at the book-store ofBough mun, Thomas A Co., 421 Market street. Make early application, by leaving your Every effort will be made to render i cursion the most respectable, pleasant and delightful of the season. aug28-tf name. thisex P. T. E. SMITH, Manager. R. HADDOCK, PLASTERING AND CALSOMINING, nsg26-ly Eighth and Shipley streets. II RS. O'CONNER, • FASHIONABLE MILLINER, 222 KING STREET, Wilmington, Del.' aug23-lm JJENRY BUXBAUM, MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING, And Gents' Furnishing Store, No.-230 Market Street, 8. E. Cor. or Third, Wilmington, Delaware. aug25-lm RAND EXCURSION TO READING, PENNA., Oil THURSDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1875. Train leaves Wilmington at 6:90 A. M.; re turning, leaves Reading ut 7 P. M., giving nine hours In Reading. LAUER'S PARK AND A FIRST-CLASS ORCHESTRA Has been engaged for the day. Secure your tickets early. For sale nt^all the principal stores In the city. A grand base ball match will take place be tween the Actives and Keystones. COMMITTEE OF AUKANGEMKXTS: Jno. Dolnn, W. T. Simmons, G. Wllhelml, D. Mngee, A. J. Harkins, E. K. Lynch.; Managers—J. D. Canning, C. A. Ryan, nug 21- tf. G jgOBTON 99c. STORE. COME AND SEE WHAT YOU CAN BUY FOR 99 CENTS. JEWELRY, LADIES' FULL SET, GOLD-PLATED, Bracelets, Rings, Undies' Chains, Gents' Chains and Seals, Set of Gents' Studs, and many other items of this description. Sets of SILVER-PLATED Knives and Forks, Napkin Rings, and Spoons, Ac., Ac. Large Lamps, Glassware, and Vases, all kinds; Toilet and Wine Sets. Alburns, Pictures und Frames, Brackets, Travelling Bags, and a thougand other things not mentioned. NEWHALL & PHELPS, 801 Market Street. oug23-tf J^OSTON BROWN BREAD IS VERY GOOD FOR DYSPEPSIA. 2,000 LOAVES ARE SOLI) EVERY DAY RY JACOB STUCK, And at the Branch Store, S. E. Cor. Third and Poplnr Streets. Ang.28-lmt JOHN H. REES, N. E. Cor. Second and Orange Streets. PICTURE FRAMES, of all styles made to order of Walnut, Gilt and Imitation. LOOKING GLASSES, SQUARE AND OVAL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at the lowest prices, nug. 23-ly WILMINGTON SOAP WORKS. J. A. WnL*ox A Co., Manufacturer ol Family and Toilet SOAP, Third St., bet. Spruce and Church, nug 23-ly gABY CARRIAGE#, Etienp! Cheap! Cheap! LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY. ADAMS A BROTHER, 506 Market street, Wilmington. ang 23-ly gOOTS AND SHOES. 102 WEST FRONT STREET, (2d door from Shipley) Boots and Shoes made In workmanlike 'manner, of Wie best material, and at n.o<l eratfq^lji^s, dnfl oatlst ictkni guaranteed. *' ^Rltl'iaRIgG The pufdi'Airp Invited to give NEATLY DONE. me a coN. F. C. HOWARD. ,JOHN H. MOLONE, MARBLE YAKt), 8. W. Cor:*Delaware Av. and Madison St. - V' WIIAI4NGTOX, DELAWARE, aug 23-!nj X WAITS. w ANTED.— LEARN THE HA&SESS BUwx&S At HIRAM VERGERS* 405 Hhlpley gt rpw W ANTED.—Plano player, vIolhTT cornet. Apply to 81 HARRY CONRAD National Hotel TO Aug.27-tf.t ■eptl-tf \\T ANTED-At The Morning^: IT office, a steady, active boy, who h, knowledge of the printing business read manuscript. and Mill! E. A. GLABCO'8 STRING BAND 108 East 10th street, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE Music furnished Ibr balls, parties, ,,j cn Ac., at reasonable rates. "U|01-li N OTICE.—A meeting of the Democrat the Sixth Ward will be held at i1 headquarters, 702 East Seventh street , Monday evening, Augnst 80, at 7:80 o'<4 A full attendance la requested. H. S. SMITH aug.10-tf Chairman UR SELECTIONS o OF OLD RYE WHISKIES ARE UNSURPASSED. Wc have In stock: MOORE'S 1866, 1868, SHERWOOD, 1868, 1861, DOUGHERTY, 1869, HANNISVILLE, i JOHNSON A SON, (BOURBON) » Champagnes, Sherries and Port at duced prices. P. PLUNKETT & m 106 Market 8tr« aug28-tf-f pLEASE NOTICE THAT THAT YOU WILL FIND Books, Magazines, Newspapers, Blank Books, Writing Paper, Fancy Papers, Envelopes, Initial taps Slate Pencils, Lend Pencils, Steel Pens, School Slates. Mucilage, Ink, Pcnholdt Dominos, Checkers and Boards, Back Gammon Boards, Dice and Dice Cups, Lotto Games, Base Bulls, Croquet, Pocket Knivi Wallets, Stationers Hardware, Drawing Materia AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF STATIO! EKY, AT E. S. U. BUTLER'S No. 4110 Market Street. Aug.27tf.f ALES OK REAL ESTATE. s 2atory brk dwelling, 1221 Tatnall St. (Ira 3 " ' " 318 E. lOtll St., 7 " 402 Madison St.,6 11 2 " brick and frame, 301 W. 12th St. " dwelling, 817 Walnut St., (i" " •• 113 W. llthSt., 5" cottage 2 " stone 3 " brick' ii 2 3 •' 2 " 810 Orange St., 7 " Front St., bet. Broo nml Rooney,! roo N. W. coi. Glrardi Orange ' ! ts„ 8roo 111 W.IlfL-St.,?" 515 TutnallSt.,W " 031 E. 0th St., 7" 206 W. 12th St., 7 " 208 WalnutSt., 8" 628 Mad Ison St., 7" 830 " " 7" 2 3 8 3 3 " 3 " 3 810 •i 812 3 N. E. cor. 11th AT: 222 Mary I'd A veil 712 E. 7th St., 8 re 828 Bennett St., 4" Store and " 3 story brlek " .. 2 . 2 . 2 . " 4 ' 830 4 ' 8(17 825 4' 827 4 2 " " 526 Tntnall " ' " " 503 E. 4th St. " 13" " ' '• N. ,W. cor.'Ttli A 51 roe streets, 8 ro< " house wltn lot adjoining at N. cor.7thand0rai " dwelling 303 Shipley street. Store and " S. W. cor. 8th and V son St., 2 story brick " 624 E. 5th St., 4 Hotel property 232 & 234 King St., 14 Store anjl dwelling S. W. cor. 10th and Wilso i stree s,8 ' 3 two story brick dwelling houses 4 Front near Harrison St., 6 roo Store and dwelling S. W.4tli A Madison 3 story brick dwelling housel227Mark'! 3 " •• " " 1018 Tatnall 801 W. 7th 2 " 3 " 3 " 3 " 3 8 roc 2 6 rooms 2 story frame dwelling house 835 Otv.nge 7 rooms. 8 storv brlek dwelling house 226'N. Jack 1 Street. 8 rooms. 3 stor^brlck dwelling house 3 story brick dwelling house 818 W. 4tid 10 rooms. F'lrst-class bricli slaughter house in i Western part of the city. 3 story brick house, No. 405 E. Gtli Stree rooms. 3 storv brick house. No. 407 E. Oth Street, rooms. These properties will all be sold on en terms, and some of them will lie exehang for farms If desired. EVANS PENNINGTON, Real Estate Broker. 8. W. Cor. 8th and Market Sts., Wil.,9 nug. 23-lw U 1103 Jeffe* A prominent New York physician W complained to DUNDA8 DI' K A CD. 11 "? their Sandalwood Oil Capsules, statin* 1 " sometimes they cured miraculously,» that, a bn'lent of bishad taken tliemw out effect. On being in formed .that se'J imitations were sold, he inquired tin'P, 0 "! Ills patient bad not been taking DL-'v DICK « CO'S. , . „ What happened to this jrhv-leifin have happened to others, and Dlan* DICK A CO. take this method of protect physicians, druggists and theinselves, preventing oil of Sandalwood from con Into disrepute. ... PHYSICIANS who once prescribe Capsules will contlnne to do so. loi 1 contain the sure Oil in the best and cn est form. DUNDAS DICK A CO. use more Sandalwood tliau all the Wholesale 1 * Retail Druggists and Perfumers i * United States combined, and this i( * sole reason wliy the pure Oil Is ebcnP H their Capsules than In any other loin ■ * OIL OP SANDALWOOD is last iJJJ ding ev< ry other remedy, sixty '-/'JAjSg only lifting required to Insure a ?: 7mujnj oertniu cure in six or eight days. A r , S* Other hicdlclne can this resaB be reuirapi DUN DAS DfCK A CD'S SOFT problem, long considered inent physicians,of how to a void i hc n ^ and disgust experienced in sw«>!. ,; which are well known to detract yll not destroy* the good eflects of i»' 1 • liable remedies. . fo i| as Soft Capsules are put up in .,, co b 1 neat boxes, thirty In each,and are i Capsules prescribed by physicians. ] Tasteleim Medlelnea.-Caster on ^ many other nauseous medlelBes < taken easily and safely In DUNDAo j A CO'S Soft Capsules. Is o *»>Tlicse were the only Capsules am i the last Paris Exposition. st y,i Send for Circular to 35 Mowster . i SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES Bt Aug, 1 It il-r-ttt ■ / t Oil solve the