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THE IMPRESSIVE DULLNESS
Of Kfw Castle Ha« bwomt Inten«« Since the Fair Began. Special correspondence KvtNttca Journal. New Castle, September, 3.— There were not many visitors from this city to the Wilmington Fair yesterday, but there will be a large number on Thurs itfiss Mamie Conner returned homo last evening from an extended trip in Penn sylvania. Edward Challenger returned last even lng from a short visit to Philadelphia. James Dungan and family will leave to morrow for Atlantic ICity, where they will spend a week. The funeral of Mrs. George Temple, formerly Amanda Hewlett, who died in New York on Friday evening, took place from the home of her parents yeRterday. Rev. P.JB. Lightner of the Immanuel Church, conducted the services. Inter ment was made in the Episcopal Ceme tery John CoDnolly has returned home from » week's visit at Ocean Grove, N. J. Councilman Ira Lnnt has returned home from Bay Head, where he has been working with his pile driver for the past few months. All the members of City Council are now at home. Knowles woolen mills resumed opera tton yesterday after a shut down of sev eral weeks, in order to repair machinery. Miss Bessie Herbert, who has been visiting in New York state for the past month, expects to return home this week. The Philadelphia Telegraph on Satur day evening contained the following article in its editorial column: "New Castle, Delaware, like many other towns, is unable to furnish school accommoda tions for all the children within her limits. The authorities have, iu conse quence, decided that the offspring of citizens who pay their taxes promptly will be given the preference. It Is worth while to see how this plan will operate. Certainly it can be plausibly defended. But energetic efforts should be made every where to make the blessiugs of free edu ■cation cities in which prompt action on this subject is more necessary than In Phila delphia. " J. T. Stoops has rented the store under the opera house and will sell trunks, satchels, wall papers, etc., at reduced rateB from now until October X at his store opposite the K. of P. Hall. J universal, and there are few A Regimental Reunion. The 124th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, will hold Its annual reunion In this city on September 17, the anni versary of the batt le of Antletam. members wilt be guests of DuPont Post, \No. 2, G. „A. R. A reception will be held in the Opera House and Governor B. T. Riggs will. It Is expected, be present and will make the address of welcome. Addresses will then be made by Mayor Austin Harrington and others. A ban quet will be served In Institute Hall after the reception. The committee of DuPont Post is as follows: Edward F. James, chairman; Nathaniel Bayne, rotary; Edgar A. Finley, treasurer; William B Not ton, William Clavey.John Wainwright Peter B. Ayars, Benjamin 1). Bogla. Robert McCaully, Isaac A. Righter, Joseph 8. Booth, Adam J. Sclirack, Carlton L Jefferis, Thomas H, Freese. The •2.05 to Baltimore nml Return. The B. A 0. Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets to Baltimore and return at f'2 05 for the round trip for all trains on September 7 to 14, inclusive, valid for return passage until September 21, in clusive. ITEMS OF INTEREST Tom—"A professor examined my cran ium to day. He said 1 knew nothing whatever regarding the value of money." Dick—"Did you pay him!" Tom—"Yes,I gave him a dollar in advance." Dick— "Then there was no need at all examin ing your head. Anybody else could have told you the same thlug."—Omaha World. • • » Rons has -«moved from 116 Market street to his new store 210 Market witlia large stock of latest stylos of Hats, White Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear and Notions at the lowest city prices Money returned If goods are not satisfac tory h * * . Kind Laf'y—"Here is an old silk hat of my husband's which you are welcome to." Tramp—"So thank you, madam. I have got down pretty low, but I am not quite so degraded as to wear a silk hat wltba sack coat."—Clothier and Fur nisher. • • « "It is a fact," that Hood's Sarsaparilla does cure scrofula, salt rheum aud other diseases or affections arising from impure state or low condition of the blood, over comes that tired feeling, creates a good appetite, and gives strength to every part of the system. Try it. • # "Youno ladies," remarked Mr. Wana maker to his Bible class, "tell me what the prophet referred to when he said : 'Seven women shall take hold of one "He had a modern summer re sort iu his mind," replied the girl who had been to Jape May.—Pittsburg Post. • • • I PROroSE to institute a five minute sale in this town, i. e., that is, Bell every thing at retail at twenty per cent, less than cost for the space of five minutes each day. Time to be computed by City Hall clock. Would like to consult with my many thousand patrons in regard to the matter. A. A. Chapman, Seventh and Orange street. man.' " * • "Hcllo." said Dumley. "What have you got your face all wrapped up for? Tootache?" "No " growled Sardonicus; "my corns are troubling me."—Epoch. * » Fehrenbaoh's and Stoeckles Beers. Foord Bottling Co. » * JBobt. Smith's India Pale Ale, XX Brown Stout, Foord Bottling Co. - It is rumored that Queen Victoria thinks of bestowing the Order of the Bath on Thomas A. Edisiou. Congratula tions. your washup !—Boston Transcript. • • • Prices of lots at Creston are still very low, and those who buy now will reap the profita; $5 monthly. Office, 712 Market street. • * Watch E8 and Jewelry at Millard F Davis, No. 9 East Second Btreet. • • • He—"W hat did your pater Bay when u told Jiim we were engaged?" She— vOh yon must not ask me to repeat Buch language !"—Life. • • a Bkrgner & Engel "Tannhaeuær" Beer -Foord Bottling Co. K> * > * Clara—"VY here'a Mand "She had ty go home. She got her bath log suit wet. —Time. Ethel?" ^ U^.TT. :va -^yroyai iuia $L Held by ab» by mail. 203 N. NiiDh str» -4 put*. Ladieb be w. Oi m. ^U«I4. Died of Heart Disease. Miss Lottie Farra, 34 years of age, daughter of Charles N. A. Farra of 609 French street, died of heart, disease yes terday afternoon about 4 o'clock at her home. _ MAKKIKD. Itt'HRIS—LEATH AM. On Angnst 20, at No. *30 Spruce street, by the Rev. William L White,, lohn .1. Burris of this city and Sarah 1 eat hum of Kent County, Mil COLL N8—BRADFORD— At Camden. N. the Rev. W. H. Burrell. Anna Bradford, both of , on August 29, bv James Collins ana Concord, Delaware county, Pa. DE A K YN E- PORTE R- A t 1001W. Second street, on Thursday evening, Aug. 20, by Rev. Adam Ktengle, Frank D.Deakyne, of this city and Miss May Porter of Concord ville. Pa. ELLIOT RASH.—At Camden, N. «L, on August 29 by the Rev. W. H. BurroM, John Elliott of Newport and Ada Rash of Phila delphia. , DIED. BIERMANN.— In this city, on August 81, Joseph A., son of John 8. and Rachael Bler inann, aged 2 years and 8 months. DAVIS.—In this city, on the 29th ins» , Mrs. 8usan Davis, in the fit tù year of her rge. ELLIOTT.- At Williamsport, Pa., on September 1, Clara, wife of .lohn Elliott , ami daughter of the late Hamuel and Louisa J Bhepbeard, aged 28 years. GIBSON.—In this city,on August 80, Robert Gibson, aged 6U years. HART.—On the 1st instant, Joseph W Hart, aged 44 years, MAGARGAL.—In Mill Creek hundred, on August 30. Clara L., infant daughter of Or lando Ç. and Clara Magargal, aged 8 months and 8 days SCOTT. -In this city, on August 29. 1889, Clara M., wife of John T. Scott, in her &»th year. STAFFORD -In this city, on the 2d of September, Rachael Stafford, aged W years. WM. B. SHARP & CO. MOURNING AND BLACK FABRICS. Henrietta, Couvent Cloth, Tricot In», Mervllleux, Cashmere, Nun's Veiling, Drap d'Alnin, Courtauld Crapes. Clairette, Rliadames, A i d in Satin d'Lyon, Undine doth, Pri-icetta, Satin Luxor, Gros Grain Itliadsamlr. The Best Black Goods to bay. The Best Black Goods to wear. The Best Assortment hare. Fourth and Market Sts. undertakers. B. MARTIN, J. UNDERTAKER AND EMBADMER, OFFICK.NO. «Oft. RESIDENCE «1 ÔHIPLKYJHTKEKT Telephone call 13. (tails at night promptly attended to. BUSINESS CAROM. MoUUOH. -JUtOMAB WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER No. 13 Market Street, Wilmington. Da taware. AM KB A. KELLY WINE MERCHANT. Sole Agent for Bohemian Bsdwelse Be» * Corner Tenth and Shlnley streets LICENSE APPLICATIONS. otice, we, hfrtel * co, drug gists, owners aiuloc npants of the house situated at thcN. E.cornei of Fourth and Wal nut streets in the Fourth ward of the city of Wilmington,county of New Castle and State iware. in < ompliau •«» wit h l he require ments of tue acts of tue General Assem in such case made and provided, do hereby give notice that we snail apply in writing to the a ourt of General Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery o T the State of Dela ware. in a d for New Castle County, nn Moo il' tit* 16th day of September -V. 1)., 1889, fug the next term of said court, for a enae foi said house a« ' drug store, for the «ale therein of intoxicating liquors by pre script Ion for medicinal purpose«, and the following resitectable citizen» of tie said »mm« nd t he »aid application, to wit: Franoe» H. Jacquet, Wm H .lames Hitchen, Charles Yet ter, William Gatin, Canny Cox, Charles Sommer, Lilvian France, PeterMcAleer, Georg«* Abele, Hugh Hagan, Peter Ebner, John Stroub, Ff**nk F. West. Andrew Schal 1er, William Alsentzer, Anton (IrOM, Aaron Hughes, George Sucht, C. A. Robb, John F. Kane, G. A. W. Lehr, George K. Hylgert, Lewis Kaiser. HERTEL A CO lichen, OTICE.-I, S. O. McKSEVER, DRUG gist, tenant ami occupant of the house situated at Maryland avenue and Lin den street, rental value 5 :«»», In the Eleventh warn of the cltv of Wilmington, county of New Castle and Htate of Delaware, in compliance with the requirements of the acts or the General Assembly in »ueb case made and provided, « give notice that 1 shall apply to the Court of General the Peace ami Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware In and for New Castle county, Monday, the 16th day of September, A. I)., 1889, being the next term of said court, for license for sold house as a drug store, for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors by proscription for medicinal purposes, and the following respectable citizens of the said ward recommend the said application, to wit: Jonathan Hilton, H. B Elliott, Samuel N. Trump, James F. Jarvis, John Davis, H. F. Banning, Frank F. Harter, T. F. Bayard. G A Chadwick, H A Tazewell, F. L. Buekmaster, William H. Gregg, C. Frederick, E. E Fisher, L J. Bromond, John Linton, Alex. Maitland, Harry Verger, Joseph Griffith, George T. Fagan, John Hawke. George W. Seymore, John Edwards. John!*. Harlan, Charles Rommel. N o hereby in writiu Session» c. ; 8 C. McKEEVKR MKUIOAL. ELY'S CREAM BALM C ATARR H RÇFWs 1 ' Cleanses t h N usai 1'assages. H Ro Sf^?/?Af " Allays Vain anil®?^ sCo iOjL'ft 1 u H am m a t Ion.piftf FEVER®" Heals the Sores, 1«^ Restores tlie^F / co ^4 Sen««» of Taste' and Smell. Pi Try the Cure. h7^=FËVËR A particle Is applied into each nostril and 1« agreeable. Price W cents at ltrugalsts; bv mail, registered, 8 U cents. ELY BH 0 THEK 8 , 65 Warren street. New York. DR. J. 8. HOBEItSACK. (Registeiikp Physician.) No. 2l!tt N. Second St., Phila continue to treat and c disorders arising from youth fui ini ail _ prudence. neglect in afterlife Deoil!t> and diseases of the nervous system of both M.-xrs resulting T'Ærÿ VMS in indigestion, flusdoiig of t lit* hs-nrt. lassitude, warn *»f • n «HjfrtaLrfwHBergy-axersiuii to s.K ul\. i* I — ^®WRK**jMPof memory, tremblin pochondria, softening of brain» and H ulser«, scrofu'a and other constitutional dis eases of malignant type have been successful 1 treated by us during a period of 40 years an are still receiving our daily attention, to benefit of the afflicted and unfortunate seek our advice, whether poor or rich. Call and be saved. Office hours from 8 a. m , to p. m., and trom B to 9 p. m. Sunday closed. Consultation also by mail free of charge. MF..N 1» STAMP FOR HOOK. excesses and by to i in who ANSY PILLS Safe •■»<) »■**«". Hn44*. f ? Uibitt : Reliable Medici nee for Coughs, Cold*, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis. Consumption. fieiief 1 w 8days, Advlos treedai or vvsniug. OHEEIFF^ SAÏ.KH. HKRIKF'S SALK.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Als Venditioni Kxponas to me direc ted, will be exposed to publie saie at the Court House on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the City of Wilming ton, New Castle county, Delaware« ON SATURDAY, THE7tii DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1889, At 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following described real estate, viz: All tha* certain lot of land In the city of Wilmington. Beginning at a stake in the sout h easterly cours« or a street called East Liberty street and a 10 feet wide alley. 110 feet from the southeasterly side oi the Wil mington and Christiana turnpike road and 350 feet from the southwesterly side of John Hedges land, thence along said alley south OH degrees west 5» feet to a stake in a three feet wide alley thence along said three feet wid* alley south 32 degrees east 1H feet to a corner stake in the division line between this and another lot now late of Edward Ryan Ilumbold, thence by said division line north 68 degrees east «9 feet to a stake in the westerly side of said East Liberty street, them*« along the west« sa hi East Liberty street north 22 degrees, west 1 H feet to the placeo# beginning,contain ing 1242 feet of land, Ik* the same more or less, with the buildings thereon erected. S* ized and taken in execution as the prop erty of William Green, deceased William Wilson, Jr., Administrator of William Green, ed, and to be sold liv ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office. Wilmington. August 2d. 1889. S of HE RIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Als. Venditioni Exponas to me di rected, will be exposed to public sale at the Court House on Market street between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city of Wilmington New Castle county, Delaware, ON SATURDAY, THE 7tii DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1889, At 2 o'clock p. m.. The following described real estate, situate in the city of Wilmington aforesaid, to wit: All those three certain lots, pieces or parcels of land described as follows: No. 1, On the southerly side of Sixth street at 1 (JOfeet westerly from the westerly side of Rodney street; thence southerly parallel with Rodney street 20 feet to a corner; thence easterly parallel with Sixth street 100 feet to the westerly side of Rodney street, thence north 17 degrees east 79 feet,more or less,to^the plac- of beginning. No. 2. On the southerly side of Fifth street, at the distance of «0 feet westerly from the westerly side of Seurles street, thence by the said side of Fifth street and'fronting thereon 17 feet, thence southerly at that Width ami parallel with Searles street 90 feet 1 Inch No 3 Beginning at a point ISO feet from the northerly side of Second street ami 79 feet easterly from the easterly side of Scott street, thence continuing easterly parallel with Second street KKi feet end 2 inches to a corner, thence northerly at that width aud parallel with Scott street 125 feet Seized and taken into execution as the prop erty of Mahlon.M Child, and to be sold bj ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Wilmington, CHERIE I *8 8 A LE. B\ \ IR1 l E * B A O writ of Al , Levari Facias, to me directed, will Ik* exposed to public sale at the Court House S ON SATURDAY", THE 7tij DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1889, At 2 o'clock p. in.. The following described real estate, viz.: All that certain p an tat ion, messuage and tract of land with the tavern, st «billig anu out lmlldingH thereon erected, situate in Brandywine hundred, New Castle county, and State of Delaware,bounded and deacrilied aH follow«, to wit: Beginning hi a corner atone now or late of Francia Dumas in the line of land now or late of Thomas C. Smith, thence, thereby north 83 degrees and 15 minutes, west 70 perches to the midale of the old corner road,thence along the said toad north 9 degrees and 10 minutes east 806-10 perche» to the intersection of said road with Noomau'a creek road, thence along the mid dle of the said Nooman's creek road north 81 degrees and 15 minutes east, 69 6-10 perches to HHtuke. acorncr of the school house Jot, and hence by lai d Dumas smith live dr r»«-b and 4*» iiiiimt«-. west 40 6-10 perches to the place of beginning, containing seventeen acres of land, be the same more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of Edward Kelley and Catharine Kelley, hi« wife, aud 1.1., and to be aold by ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Aug. 80.1889. or late of the said Francis V'HEHIFF'S SALE.—BY Cl writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House, on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in t he City of Wilming ton, New Castle County, Delaware, ON SATURDAY, THE 7tii DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1889, At 2 o'clock p. m.. The following described, real estate viz.: Beginning at the corner formed by the inter section of t he northerly side of Twelfth street and the wetterly side of Dure street, thence northerly along said side of Dure street 60 feet to a corner, thence westerly parallel with Twelfth street, 75 feet to another corner, thence southerly parallel with Dure Htreet aforesaid 60 feet to a point in the said north erly side of Twelfth street and tUence thereby easterly 75 feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may, with a two story frame dwelling house thereon VIRTUE OF A t. .1 Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of Emanuel Hlack,and to lie sold by ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Wilmington, Aug 20, 188m. SHERIFF'S SA LE.— BY VIRTUE OF A Ci writ of Plus. Levari Facia», tome directed, will be exposed to public sale at the Court House, on Market Htreet, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county, Delaware. ON SATURDAY, THE 7th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1889. At 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following «lescribed real estate, viz: All those three certain lots, pieces or parcels of land «it ante ln I he said city of Wilmington, bounded ami described as foil No. 1. With a three story frame hotel and other buildings thereon erected, l eginnlnv ai the intersection of the southerly side of Mfth street with the westerly side of DuPont thence westerly along said side of Fifth st eet 186 feet to a stake, thence southerly parallel to DuPont street 117 feet 1 inch to a stake, thence easterly parallel to Fifth street 186 feel to the said westerly side of DuPont street, thence thereby north erly 117 feet 1 inch to the place of beginning, be the contents what the No. 2. With a brick , to wit: street. y may. brewery, stable, ice house and other buildings thereen erected, beginning at the intersection of the northerly side of Fifth street with the easterly ride of DuPont street, thence easterly along »aid side of Fifth street 100 feet to a stake,thence north erly parallel to DuPont street 156 feet and 3 Inches 10 a stake, thence westerly parallel to Fifth street 100feet to the said easterly side of DuPont street and thence thereby south erly 156 feet and 3inches to the nlace of begin ning, be the contents thereof what thev may. JSo 8 . Beginning at the intersection formed by the southerly side of Fifth street and the easterly side of Scott street, thence southerly by said side of Scott str et 70 feet to a »take, thence easterly parallel to Fifth stre t 75 f* et to another «take.thiiO 0 in a torii »« aaterly <ii rection to a point in said southerly side of Fifth street «1 feet 8 inches from the easterly side of 8 oott street and at right angles tberet thence westerly along said southerly side of b it t r, -ti cet «1 feet 8 inches lutin' beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized an«l taken in execution as the prop erty of Karl Specht and Mary Salome Specht, his wife, and 1. 1 »., and to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN,Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Wilmington. Aug- 20,188». RASTER'» ORDER. JYEUISTBJTS ORDER REGISTER'S OFFICE. New CAMOAiJoUNTY, Del., Aug. 12, 1889. Upon the application of l»a&c M. Smalley and * 'harten H. Can >on, executors of Abraham Cannon late of White Clay Creek hundred, in said county, deceased, ft is ordered and directed by the register that the Executor» aforesaid give notice of granting Letter» Testamentary upon the estate the deceased, with the date of grant ing thereof, by causing advertisement» to be posted within forty day« from the date of such letters in sfx of the most public places ef the county of New Castle, requiring all persons having demands against tne estate to present the same, or abide by Act of Assembly in such case made and pro vided; and also cause the same tobe inserted wdthiu the same period in the Evening Jockkai., a newspaper published in Wilming ton, Del., and to be continued therein three weeks, e. o. d. Given under the hand and Heal of Office of the register aforesaid, Wilmington, in New Castle county aforesaid, the day and year above JOHN K. BRADFORD, Register. 1^1 written. NOTICK. All persons having claims against the eatato of the deceased must present the same, duly attested, to the RxecutOiS on or before August U, 1890, or abide the Act of Assembly such case made and provided. ISAAC M. SMALLEY, CHARLES H. CANNON, Executor». Address: WILT JAM F. SMALLEY, torney Wilmington, Del. PENNIES AND SMALL GBAHOI CA> BE HAD AT THE COUNTING ROOM OI 1 tu* uvEXINti JOURNAL WE ARE MAKING specialty of EXPRESS AND DELIVERY i !LL lm Sail HivF a L-V t •'* «fry ■■ üiHlill •OD ( ■ pif m gtm xzr> I ... c_? cxJ e §3 >: a > ■ \ bCijQÎM A sa \ 3 l&t E=3 oo CTO. I 11 > u tz \ E=J P-. C=5 \ WAGONS. Call and see us and be convinced that you can buy the Finest Wagon in the world for the least money. We are sole agents for the CATELY PATENT CARRIAGE TOP SPRINGS. This spring prevents bows from breaking and owers the top automatically. Call and see it in operation. INTER NOS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, NO. 611 W. FRONT STREET, ■WILIMrilLTa-TOZtT, IDIEIIL. WILMINGTON'S GREAT FAIR! SEASON OF 1889. SEPTEMBER 2 to 7 ONE WHOLE WEEK OF PROFIT AND PLEASURE! Exhibition Horses, 210 entries. Exhibition Cattle, 275 entries. Exhibition Sheep, 80 pens. Exhibition Pigs, 160 pens. Exhibition Poultry, 600 coops. Exhibition Dogs, 100 entries. Exhibition Art, 300 entries. Flowers and Ladies' Fancy Work Ahead of Last Year. SPEED CONTESTS. County Race, 12 entries. 2.22 Class, Trotters, 8 entries. 2-Year-Olds, 5 entries. 2.30 Class. Trotters, 12 entries, 2.30 Class, Pacers, 5 entries. 2.40 Class, Trotteis, 13 entries. 2.50 Class, Peninsula Horses, 10 entries. 4-Year-Olds, 5 entries. Diamond City Stakes—2.33 Class Trotters, Purse $1000. 9 entries paid up. 2.19 Class, Pacers, 11 entries. 2.45 Class, Trotters, 12 entries. 2.45 Class, Pacers, 9 entries. 2.37 Class, Trotters, 13 entries. Gentlemen's Double Teams, 3 entries. BRANDYWINE STAKES 3 Minute Class, Trotters, 5 entries, paid up. 2.27 Class, Trotters, 8 entries. Yesterday We put in stock a big lot of handsome suits, fine Whip Cords, Corkscrews, Diagonals, Checks and Striped Cassimercs three and four-button cut away Coats and in Sacks and Frocks. These own make—made right here in Wilmington under our own supervision; and we have the credit of making them right, you know. We were surprised to have been so busy, but that's what we like, and we take great pleasure in pleasing and accommo dating the people. We are ready for the Boys with lots of nobby goods. Boys' Pants, Chil dren's Pants, all kinds at all prices. m Double - breasted are our J. T. Mullin & Son, Tailors, 6th & Market Clothiers, Wilmington GILDING A SPECIALTY, BUCHER, THE Sign Painter, HAS REMOVED TO 311 Shipley St LETTERING ON WAGONS. CHAS.J.H. BECKETT 7 2 G Market Street, Is now selling at cost for cash his entire stock of CLOTHING, As after September 14 he will discontinue that branch of his business. Come at once and secure bargains. CHAS.J.H. BECKETT 726 Market Street. PIANOS AND ORGANS. tü All the most celebrated makes in large variety, at the lowest possible prices. Also a large stock of second-hand Pianos and Organs from 110 up to * 175 . < These instruments are sold at the lowest possi ble prices for cash or easy monthly install on inents. H. F. ROBELEN, 710 Market Street. A SPECIALTY. READY FRAMED PICTURES AT YERGER'S. Prices Below all Others. 419 SHIPLEY STREET. BEST FLOUR, FRESH OATMEAL, PURE FEEDS, CLEAN OATS. PRATT'S FOOD, GUT HAYj Prompt' y delivered. TATMAL.L BROS Telephone number en the card, CAL L us ur.