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Evening journal. [volume] (Wilmington, Del.) 1888-1932, December 16, 1892, Image 2

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DR. L. L, OARMEB.
Stricken Down with Heart Disoa9o.
J>r. Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
QisTLOirN : I feel It my duty, m well ns •
pleasure, to publish, unaoUcUM, to tbe world the
Sennit received from Dn. mi«.' nc.ToBSTivt
ftcweoics I was stricken down with Heart
IHsraan »nd ltscomplldions. u rapid pul:«» vary
ing from 90 to 140 bead per minute, a choking ur
burning sensation in the wind pipe, oppress!*
THOUSANDS";«
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glen of tbo heart and below lower rib, pain 1n the
Arms, shortness of breath, alecptaftuo*», weakness
And general debility. The arteries in my neck
would throb violently» tbo throbbing of my heart
ccnikl be heard arrosa a largo room and would
shake my whole body. 'I was so nervous that i
could not lA>ld my hand steady. 1 have been
under the treatment of eminent phueifian»,
and have taken gallon»of J'utent Medicine
without the leant benefit. A friend rocom-|
mended your rcmedlea. Bho was cured b y l)r\
Jkîilea'rcmedirH Ibave taken ^ i mrrx
three bottle* of your New {.11 WH 1 J
Heurt Cure and two bottles ^ w B 1 "
Nervine. My pulse Is normal, I have no more
throbbing of the heart, i am awcli maw
nccrely rooommend every one with sympUmn
of Heart THmae to J>**. MUeof Jtestora»
ftfr* Itemedle» and be cured.
(Jypêum City, Kans.
SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.

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Jj. !.. CiRSIEB.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS. 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
For sale by all Druggists.
REMOVAL !
THE EQUITABLE
GUARANTEE AND TRUST CO,
HAS REMOVED TO ITS NEW BUILDING
AT TIIK
Northwest Cor. 9th and Market sts
IT IS NOW
THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED
WITH VAULTS FOR STORAGE
AND PROVIDED WITH
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Of all alsee »ultable for tbe une of Individ
uhIpi, corporation« and firm«, and ran offer
every reasonable accommodation to tbe pul»
llc in the eju*e and «afe-kt^eplng of eeruritleh.
Tbe bankln room is open from 9 a. in. to 4
p. m.
Intercut allowed on deposits and trusts oi
every description executed.
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WILMINGTON CANDY COMPANY,
NO. 204
MARKET STREET,
Had an Immense Trade last Saturday, everybody spoke in praise of the appearance, the assortment, the fine flavor, and such delicious
tasting Candies. Have you been in yet to see and taste them?
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S^TTTIRID.ArS^ ZOZEOZE^VCBEIR, 17, OISTE OHsTETST,
PRINCESS
SHELL
PAPER
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$ 1 . 00 .
4 ZPouLXxds fo:
in the city sit 35 cents.
30 Cente
IPei* ZPoviixci, 03?
Guarantee them to cijual any
Finest Grenablis Walnuts, 15 cents per pound, or 4 pounds for
cents
I
TsTcYt "tlx© clieap ixaiccL slxoILl _B''x'©xy_cjtl ones.
of Tlxese Offerings erne Wortliy of ~¥T our
IBoflx
JQin.sjDec'tioiCL.
SuBOSHBlOE
YOUR
CANDIES
CHRISTMAS
v\l/ ^4«.
Should be ordered ahead
jeavc your order to-morrow to be delivered next week, it will
to avoid the lush, and thus obtain much better services.
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please you in eveiy way.
for Best
10c
Pound for Good;
Pound for Better; 39c Pound
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WILMINGTON, CANDY COMPANY,
204 MARKET STREET
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
H.—Lovers ol Chocolate, sample our 20c. ones; try a box of the Marsh Mallows, delicious, only 20c.
ROW S CHINA DEPOT.
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IS THERE ANY GIFT
So acceptable, fo beautiful, useful
*nd inexpensive as that purchased
from a firs;-class china »tore?
Our stock lias been strengthened
the last few days by many new ad
ditions in all department*. If con
venient, make your purchase now;
we will store it and deliver at any
time. Many new things in
FINE TOILET CHAMBER SETS.
No better assortment can be seen
anywhere.
DINNER SETS.
25 stylt s at any desired price.
CUT GLASS
Many new designs today; among
them Gut Glass Tumblers vtitli
handsome engraved wreath; each
dozon in a partition box; four
styk-g, $2.00 per doz , cheap at
*4.00.
PIANO AND BANQUET LAMPS
also new additions; ull with Pitts
burgh burners.
SILVER PLATED WARE
by none but reliable makers. Every
puce warranted by them and us,
and popular prices.
Store open evey night ti'l Christ
m is.
L LEWIS ROW,
413 KING STREET.
__ __PROFESSION^!»
OTKNUUUAPMKR AMI 'I Y PKWRITKB,
0 JENNIE L. MACKEY,
Room 3*ci, E(|Uitublo Knlldlng.
TpYPKWUlTINO DKSIKKD TO DO AT
1 lejnure houra during the day. Kxperl
operator, Terma mmlerate. K. A. LYON,
Journal ofbre.
T1TILLIAM F. RMALLKY, ATTOHNKY
at-lftw, removed toodh oH No. iîlNi, Equl
••hie Hulldliur. uth and Market Mtreeta.
PKR80NA1»
Vf AHR1ED LA OIKS.—SEND 10 CKNT8
ill for ^Infallible Nafeguaril** (no medicine,
no deception:) Juat wliat you want. LADIKH*
14 A 7. AH, K •»»-«- rut v Mn
ladies' Fur Coats,
Muffs, Capes, Fur
Trimmings by the
yard.
ROMFORD BBOS.
HATTERS,
404 MARKET STREET.
A I'KBIOI) Of.' HICYCLK BARGAINS.
, >
('losing snli* of shoo- worn And serond-hnml
HloyMes at uslonishingly low price«.
Itemlnu-t mi Safety. Pmumatlc, new....$110(M)
Ladies* I'render, !'ucutuatic, new. 105
1». F. S\ Iiil>, I'noumatH*, sliop worn. 10*»
Vie*or li. I 'neu matlo, »hop worn. 110
Majetu i* , IU ciishlons, new. 7ft
l>. F. HniliL-rJ^etiBhious, good order.. HR
Ladle* 1 Humbler, cushion, new. )(Nt(i
Kaiuliler, eiiKhiou, almost now.. 75
Cotnh humbler. 1U cnahloh, wood. 7U0U
Columbia Safely,Pneumatic, good order HOi'O
Ladle* i'olumbia, «olid; nearly new.... tto00
Belmont Safety, ouablon, nearly new. 8ft
' Keiuiiring. Hiring
Sundrii'H.
NaPlillllle
»nd Mmilinu C
rioiirer Cyc)
Markst Street,
de Company,
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Wilmington, Del.
1HVKIN« AND FINANCTAI
^RTI AN.V HAVINOS UADI.
NO. 80S MARKET STREET.
Wilmington.
Delaware
Open onlly from 0 o'clock a. m. until 4 p.
and on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7
p. in.
ASSETS.
DEPOSITS.
m.
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$051,170.99
840,641.82
SURPLUS, •
$110,629.17
INTEREST ALLOWED on deposit*
money for one or more calender months
tbe rate of 4 per eent. per annum.
Money loaned on Mortgages on Real Estate.
GEOHUF. W. Ht sil. President.
C WESI.EY WELDIN', Vice-President.
E. T. TAYLOR, Secretary amt Treasurer.
JOSEPH M. MATHER, Auditor.
Nov. 1st, is:«.
R. R. R0EINS0N & CO.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET STS.
FOR SALE.
W> share, Wilmington City Passenger Hail
li shares National Bank o' Delaware.
I share Union National Hank.
II -hares Smyrna National Bank.
U 1 -hares Diamond Stale Iron Company.
Slack bought and sold In the New fcork,
Philadelphia and Boston markets on com mia
uloe.
Letters of credit given, available ln all pari*
of the world, and drafts on England, Ireland,
France. Uerotanv s-Ml Switzerland Issued
riRB INS UR IVOR.
T'oit F 1 U K r : N i lib Sum
1^ reliable companies at lowest rates, call
m HAWKINS A i 10 71» Mark«# nfreot
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
~'| or
New Pianos Mil Om
AT
Bed Men's Hall Piano. Warerooms
NO. 515 SHEPLEY ST
WILMINGTON.
Prior to stock taking, and in order to make floor space for new
goods to he delivered January, 1893. we have decided to [sell our large
stock of i.ew PIANOS and ORGANS at a
Reduction of from 15 to 25 Per Cent.
From now to December 31, 1892. You can thus SAVE FROM $25 TO
$150.00 in buying a Piano or Organ—ar. unprecedented opportunity
to secure birgains for Christmas and New Years presents.^ Every instru
ment guaranteed for five years
A few bargains in Second hand Pianos and Organe.
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GEORGE E. DEARBORN,
SIIIPLEY STREET.
515
J. FORt» FOX, Mu nager.
NO.
BUSINESS MEN
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Will make no mistake In ordering their
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OFFICE OUTFITS
Of the only local concern In Wilmington
making a feature of furni»htnsr store*, onifcH
and fdioim w It li an Elegant TOILET OA HI
NKT conaisting of Towel Hac k, Comb, Brush,
Soap and W hl»k, and
2 Towels a week #
8 Towels a week,
t Ua week.
We guarantee prompt and efficient service.
«fir. per month
719. pur month
»I .on per month
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CITY STEAM LAUNDRY,
I SIXTH AND 8II1PLKY STREETS.
1 Telephone 882.
1
$
Gas for Fuel.
Coal is going up, up, up in price.
The price of GAS is stationary and
very cheap.
The use of GAS for COOKING and
HEATING WATER is now thoroughly
established.
About 1.700 GAS STOVES are in use
n this city.
The advauoe In coal prices can be
offset bv using GAS STOVES in the
early fall and late spring, and houses
will thus be more comfortable than with
heater fires which are often oppressive
and troublesome.
Restaurants, Caterers and Bakers will
find O AS the cheapest, cleanest and most
convenient FU EL.
Samples showu and Information given
at the
GAS OFFICE.
LOMBARDY CEMETERY,
On Concord Pike, near Wilmington,
LOTS FOR SALE.
A Hack will leave Fourth and Market
Hteet* Huuday afternoons at 3 o'clock. Fare
for round trip, 10 «eut».
JAMES WATSON.
J g](J ej»p pmj yOî!
AT
226 MARKET STREET,
During Our Cut-price Clearance Sale
I When We Told You We Were Knifing
i "Our goods in great stylo this month in
order to reduce our stock before Christ
j mas," said it in all truth and sincerity,
and the response our assertion brought
forth tells us it was received as it was
given. This lias been the busiest week
of the season. Bigger values make big
ger business. That is where we have
our stronghold. Wo never sold bigger
bargains than just now. We cau save
all holiday shoppers money that are pur
i chasing footwear of any style.
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i We have secured about 2000 pairs of !
SAMPLE SLIPPERS that we are selling !
j at a sacrifice. Any style you desire is j •
j here in ooze, steele, goat, Russia, velvet I
! and plush—all colors.
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These slippers
are of elegant quality. They will make
I appropriate and useful holiday presents, j
Their real worth value Is from *2 to
#4.50, but we are closing them out I
rapidly at half their actual value.
SLIPPERS FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS,
GIRLS AND CHILDREN.
Children's Rubber Boots, 9S cts.
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The Biggest Shoe Bargains
Ever offered you are herein every imagin
able stylo for Mau, Womau and Child.
Shoes that were #0, $5.50 and #5,
Down to $5.00.
Shoes that were $4,50 and $4,
Dow u to $3.2d
Shoes that were $3.75 and $3.50,
Down to $2.70.
Shoes that were $2 75 and $2.50,
Down to $1.00
Shoes that were $2.25 and $2,
Down to $1.40.
Shoes that were $1.75 and $1.50,
Down to $1.20.
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Bargains in Misses' and Chil
dren's Shoes. Bargains In
Boys' and Youths' Shoes,
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LADIES GENTS, MISSES' AND CHIL
DREN'S LAMB WOOL SUP
PER SOLES.
BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES AND SLIPPERS AT
Fuld's Shoe House,
226 MARKET STREET. ,
Three Doors Below Third Street.

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