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PHILADELPHIA LEITER.
MMTtifror «n»f.v*itrwpfci of
tue rite.
si ike Mayor's
City Fists
lm«mr«^>«lBels|t Clvte Iiimhmii
-Aeti
Trial sad Jwry
.-Ibe Bli
Ontrtt.es—Bala af "Tha P
■&n tbit Ian Troubles — Lslb*
eral Connell — Oerasan Opara—
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fears
We
hare
The
tion,
been
artist,
Adame,
third
• and
Philadelphia, Oct. 18.—The Mayor's
message, published this week, has nothing
▼ery encouraging in it I refer, of connc,
to tho financial parts of the paper, for
the portions at once turned to
by every person interested in these annual
statement*. Tho reports of the heads of
departments, police, surveys, highway?,
of tho routine kind, which is to
say that they appear favorable, but may
not be so, and require a key for their true '
explanation, but it is the financial report
which concerna poople most On investi
gating this, citizens find, however.
comfort. It is not that the funded debt , -
enormou», bat tint the floating debt !
cnaetanUv increasing, and without oabty
uroapecl of wtUenunt. This floating Vo
ffineee oomditute. cn, m*mm£
The amouu ° -^i^of^this gum & not but
Ä be*r büc 'BulidingdeiT The —
funded dobt amount, to *65 563,871, goOT.
gas workB, debt to of
Now,
a city's yearly
they may bo safely borne if
they aro less thau tho yearly income ; but
with us, unhappily, our expenses are
groat * than the yearly receipts and thus
in addition to paying millions of interest
wa ore annually adding to the floating
debt the white properly owners are sink
ing under a load of taxation which-with
all tho misery it causes, is not sufficient to
, 3i' its purpose. Not without reason
General Wagner, at a recent .-nesting
of a Committee of Councils, say solemnly
that tho city stood
To be
those
tho guaranteed,
85,5DVOO.
matter
liabilities
are,
A
only
the verge of bank
, it has stood there fort
went
his
hO©T«v suffers, expenses must
down. Salaries must be cut, bsdly
aha badly paved,
Linniu unopened. |
school supplies, evoD, mu ;t bo entrenched
jessary, though this should be the bn
It is hard; it will put
ut of tfio city ; but a
to do? The business
gjn conducts his affairs on this principle I
t Councils ? A begin
to
ing
d
by
he
Ho
MW
did
ruptoy. , . ,
long that the dizzy precipice lias seemed
to loan something of its terrors, und me
o getting their heads agai
Rm less true that the
end. no matter how long deferred, to
spending mere than you make.
It is a depressing state of things, but it
must bo ft? d. Retrenchment is the only
thing to b o
by taxation
but it in not
be but oi
, for raibiug
iy impossible.
Whai
cl.
pavod streets must
netded streets must
last thiug do
back the dev dor
what else is tlx
and \fiij should
ning has beCP '»ade ; a special committee
csolveil on a scale of
h .ß
of Conned
reduction of ealories
f city employees,
and despite all the opposition the measure
will excite, it does not seem por- '.-le it
should bu deflate d. Tho heads of riep&rt
o( t General Wi
and big aaaocialeH half way, and dc
that the propound reduotio
hie; that increase was, iu iact, more prop
erly in order. The committee hud, there
fore, to decide on the new policy on its
eimiity. It would puzzle
to dot-jrmino' what the departments
■xpeoL
than tlte rest of
ca--», yet they refuse to raise
hand.
conjurer
■ '
They should k.
pettor
s tho urgency of the
helping
32,
r.alo of Tm Press lms naturally
some talk, but I do not think
d a y real fooling. The Press
•n» power of late years, though
its former hirongth has sufficed to keep it
standing. If Forney had
given himself entirely to Lis newspaper
busiue
tot b
Id hav
im, but be lias hud too many irons in the
I do not call him a
Ho bus frittered away a
by those who do not
This is slip«
been better i
this rcas
true journslhit«
fine property iu ù ivay that
called painful,
personally admire him.
the tor bib ul the recent sale, as compared
with those offered for tho paper by tho
Tides' people three yea
worth whim to give ligim-s, be
nobody k.iows anything definitely
about them. Dorifiderations have
cd, but it i
that they represent
fire. S
•y
Ot
Ot to be supposed
bum:
omits paid
that would have beeu paid
the previous occasion. Ail that is cer
tain is thut the Press would have brought
twenty-five per cent, more when Mediae's
puny wanted to buy it thau it lias iust
been sold for, aud the story of decline
could not bo more forcibly indicated. As
entertained that it may give the paper
fresh life, but it is a dubious oullouk.
Captain Nenn has previously been iu full
eh,..
tho real
dmimstration, wishes
paper and made
it whatever, it being even
under his rule thau at any other ti
sootiiH a pity that with Buch a chanco
should
i.'o r k older,—and
Press dot s uot fill the bill.
Really,the most iiupo
the Bliss trial,
Important
3 T. ap it
have a paper of the New
e will have, too, if tho
matter of tho
weeks, is the result of
d tho sequel to that
. be
I he
r.ult.
i;0 earthly
d"funduut i
;r he
eut to jail or
uud v;
.•ried iiis foolc
•iscwho
r«w of »
because ot the blow
has given tho jury system. Bliss should
ietud of obtaining
have bo -
y
falso p
r» ,;v<l he w
■1
ryboily sup
Id bo; it
ole
1 the
t U ihVjury t.h
«ly tho
felt tha
Id ha
i.-it tho b
.
Of tho j ^
the
te
TI
?lftb
cquittL
;
of I
h.
-■
other
Bliss guiiu?
believ. d j
would !
' ga,
he
but
for
_j instance thought
ad ht "could not in
e he bed in Uu
b.
and said other wi
honor" brtuk hi^
• ore Jiuigo Briggs for
I
ilir re-jiilt U.iugto reader tlio
itiuti*
Judge i'llil .U it, of his CO:
••folly,'
the UiO
worth i
jualien t TU
re apparent. Y/nat Is trial by juvy
- h such
-
:
:
«•y
urtly f.
H
one
y
up the jury «y
ciety eii.u-F to f>
s TäiT
l, so that on l
or t»> greatly
of prtjudi
1 I ■
high charact
I
■ 1 ,|
know' nigu of She
shall si
;Ui i.o I
depend
Certain it is that the jury of iho ij
as good.
apt to do an much i
The climax which bus been reached i
the affairs of tho lute
need uot h
al Exhibit»
astonished any one. There
y cLttnoe of the
the
»t ire
k. At the recent
enterprise being a sue*.
i the stockholderp, when the
gluorny situation of affairs was discussed,
>!r Gillender, propricto
works at the Exhibition, (i
of the show
the I ! ' s i r .1«.
Philadelphl
ground 1 have tako
the start. It u
Philadelphia
not big enough to attract any consid
arable outside attention. That is tho
and substance of the matter. As for
"keeping up" the Centennial lover, that is
Barxium has wisely said,
"There is ro resurrection of a dead
curiosity." The Morton smash, doubtless,
did somethi jg to-a'ds hurrying up tho
crisis, but n*»t much; the end w
certain in « ij cv l,t, and tlio part of
would be to make a definite
contluuo to ' 'throw good
— ting
of the glass
entrai feature
; gave it us his opinion that
"too Lig a thiug" for
d this is the
regarding it from
big for
d it is
to support,
wisdom
close, and uot
money after Imd," any longer.
the Lutheran
during the
religious gathering
The gene ral count il
in süssi
Church bos her
week, And Jus been
of more than anal interest. The point of
mo# eoawern in tha council vhi struggle
between the conservative end liberal
pertiee in the Lutheran Church. There
ban been a growing eouflict for
on euch question» ae the right of Lutheran
ministen to oeenpy the pulpite of other
hurohee,andtheaooeptanoe of oomm union
.'a Lutheran ohurehes by members of
«.>ther dannminattewa, The young blood
of the Lutheran church insists on liber
alising the reetriotive forms, but the oon
eerrauvee an so firm in the old ways that
of serious disin
The council is
fears hare been
tegrations in the
anything
We hare had opera this week,
hare w«loomed a new and talented
The opera (Fryers German Festival
Troupe) was better in intent than execu
tion, but it has been so long since the
"Hugenots" and "Der Freischütz" have
been heard that they have been, with all
riiortcominge, heartily enjoyed. Madame
Pappeuheim you know to be a great
artist, and the new tenor. Mr. Charles
Adame, made a deeerred hit The other
members of the troupe are second and
third rate, but they sing conscientiously
• and not without effect Miss
.ts 4
'
, - --- . .
! Andmon ^ore. to b. _
oabty and foroo. It « pooob « aberna,
Vo tVe coming worn«., l«dmg Fatmy
but she has given really noble interpréta
— - ■»»--•*0
goOT. an j-ttftad m eipectlng fine tbmg.
of *«*•
to
actress.
3?
UNITED AT LAßT.
A Romantic »lory—The Reward of Flf
~ s* Ceaalaney.
(N. Y.) Prrm.
A quiet wedding occurred in this village
within two months, at which
guests, a mother to tho bride being the
only witness to the ceremony besides the
officiating clergyman, who
another village. In 1862, a young gentle
, a resident of this oour.ty, who was
betrothed to the Indy, eniiBted in the
Union army. His sweetheart made no uf
fort to dissuade him, and with a breaking
heart bade him adieu, and quietly buried
herself iu her home with her widowed
mother, the only living member of the
family besides herself. For u while nil
went well, and loving letters cheered the
gallant soldier. After the kattlo of Chan
uellorsville his lottors suddenly ceased.
Letter after letter was written to him and
his comrades, but all that could be learned
that after that terrible battle he
missing. His stricken sweetheart never
entirely abandoned hope, and lived
hoping against hope for his return.
| many weary y
beeu rewarded, and she is now a happy
bn Je. Sometime during the fight he
tuken prisoner and soon after
a Southo
about a year, suffering almost untold
I ture. Hu fiualiy escaped aud readied the
seaboard, where he conceived the idea of
per-ouating an English sailor aud getting
to England on a blockade-runner. After
much delay and many disappointments,
during which his courage almost failed
him, he succeeded. He remembers sail
ing tliroiifh the blockading squadron.
Aftor that ail is a blank. He learned
d ulcciward that he had bssR taken ill, and
soon after insane.
England he was taken to
by the oaptain of the biockude-runuer,
where he remained until a year ago, when
he was discharged cured, but pennilesi'.
Ho succeeded, through the assistance of
friends in the asylum, in obtaining a situa
tion iu a mercantile house, whe
of the principale, to whom he i
of abse nce was j
o to Middletown and
reetheart, now a lady of
ernory. They
MW
fro
to
it
After
her patient troth has
h sent to
pribOB, where ho was kept
of
it
On Ml
aval at
insane asyl
the
he wo
the este
told his story. A le
granted him, he
found his old
32, still faithful to lii
e quietly married aud
England, where he prop
term of ye
his only surviving relatives,
uncle, had
it
had
in for a
. During his long absence
a brother and
ied, aud ho hud no tic» lo
the love of
which will eventually brin* him aud his
faithful wife back to
cb to re
the
a
a
keop him here,
'v.
sb« .eg.
faithful wife back to
sb« .eg.
1'It EMI U3IS TO WILMINGTON I ANS,
(iuiBo of the Atrunli Mmri
tliiii City ut
Exhlbt
BidUe
town Fair.
The Middletown Transcript of Satur
day, devotes nix columns to premiums
arded at the Middletown Fuir. The
list is not yet concluded. Among tho
easeful competitors, are tho following 'Wil
mingtoniuns;
George G. Lobdoll, first premium for
stud colta, $3.
John A. Wilson, first premiums aud
diplomas for Vau Wickle graiu fan, Buck
eye cider mill, hand 6heller, hay and fod
der cutters, horse rake, wheel cultivator,
Buckeye graiu aud phosphato drill, Clute's
portable steam engine, und display of tho
largest collection of agricultural imple
ments.
Gawthrop & Bro., first piemium and
diplomas for Hulliday staud, wind mill,and
display of pumps aud hydraulic
Biuger Bewiug Macliiuo Company, first
premium aud diploma.
McLear «t Keudall, first premium aud
diploma for two horse carriage.
Ford Carsou, first premium aud dip!
for tailor work.
Mrs. Hayes Chandler, hose, first pre
mium, $1. .
k.
Mr. Gladstone is
riting & primer of
HOW to
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HOME INSTITUTE,
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D. h. HOUSTON. A.n.
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OAKLAND FtMALE INSTITUTE,
NOKUISTOWN, FA.
ed Sept
J. 4.
WHERE TO BUY
IN
PHILADELPHIA,
i-Ou
Cu
BURK I
M ARELE WORKS. VAN OUNDEN A
1321 Spnng^Oarden atmat^. PbUadajg
utoltoly ezoc
ilacl-l T>b iu.
YOUNO^
#»t price*.
apuMBw
• p UBBBR ^GOODS wx
nothing! so. rich' ari^LkviökTson ,
734^Uheetnut street, I'ailadolpbia. Agent« N
the
fUk*. 9 ttn «oofli, t
OPER &GONARO
CO
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PblladelptLia
8ILK8.
Te hare a most complete itoct in colors,
Blacks, and Fancies, at lower pricos than
before.
DRE88 GOODS.
The buyer of these goods has selected in
the markets of Europe many high novel
ties, which, in connection* with American
fabrics, make the most complote stock
have
Housefurnishing
Goods, Linens, Cottons, etc. This depart
ment has been largely extended tho past
season, and i
VASIETY, QUALITY,
unsurpassed either i
Cloths, Cassimeres, etc., includes Men's
and Boys'
Cloakings, Water-proof in plaids and plain,
Linings, etc. Pricos of these much lower
than lost season.
CLOAKINGS.
, Beaver and Matelasse for
Merino Underwear, Muslin Underwear,
Gloves, Haudkcrchiefs, Umbrellas, Ties,
Collars and Cuffs, Ribbons and Fancy
Goods.
HOSIERY.
the second floor is devoted
to Shawls of English, French, and Amori
makes: also, real India Shawls, the
latter at lower prices than ever known.
A
SHAWLS.
Dressmaking, Boys', Girls', and Infanta'
Clothing. ' Each having ample ro
and competent heads in charge, will
always be found full of seasonable and
desirable garments.
Will be sent on application. That w >
approximate wants, pleaeo particularize
to kinds, colors, prices, etc.
CLOAKS*. SUITS
SAMPLES.
COOPER & CONARD,
(THREE ADJOINING STORES.)
Comer of Kinth and Market Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
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UR. VAN DYKE'S SULPHUR SOAP
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IMPORTKRB
MANUFAOTTI
IKS.
AOK MB
Iron, Hardware, Steel,
AND
COACH MATERIAL.
THK BTATK IN THE1K LINK, AMKTUK ™
BEST AHBORTKD»TOOK IN TI1K
UNITED STATUS.
NON* 903 AND '207 SHIPLEY { dk
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FOR PA
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Patented July 20th, 1875.
Call and Examine Tliem hefora
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710 GIRARD AVENUE,
PHILADELPHIA.
1
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STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTITR
Ai E NOW OPENING ONE OP THE MßST SUPERB ASSORTMENTS OP
DREiSS FABRI S,
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Blvor OfTerotl In This Country,
OUR OWN DIRECT IMPORTATIONS.
distributing immense quantities of
MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS
In every standard make, at prices peculiar
to ourselves.
800 PIECES FRENCH ARMURES,
At 50, 55, 65 and 75 cents.
500 PIECES MATELASSE BEIGES,
In every width and quality.
200 PIECES EMPRESS POPLINS
All wool and in all the new shades
45, 50 and 62 J cents.
1,000 PIECES BLACK CASHMERES
We
CANTON FLANNEL8,
Of which we offer 2,000 pieces of every
known quality and price.
IN BLANKETS AND QUILTS,
propared to exhibit goods
manufactured in this country and Europe,
expressly for
We
ourselves. Also,
In twenty different qualities, from
50 cents to $2.00 per yard.
IN HOUSEFURNISHIN G LINEN
GOODS,
immense stock personally
These goods made expressly to
•der
We oflor
selected in Ireland and Scotland by
liueu buyer.
believe, made by the best
maker and dyed by the best dyer in the
world. In regard to beauty of appear
ance and durability i
equalled by any other goods.
OUR STOCK OF FLANNELS
Is also larger than
In all
they
before.
STAPLE FABRICS
Mado of cotton, wool
inducements not to bo surpassed in the
United States.
IN DOMESTIC DRESS FABRICS,
We also offer all tho best makes, fresh
from the mills, at tho Ion util cosh prices. 1
ofler
ROTF..—Send for Bam plea or whatever yon may aaeed In Dry Goods, and
rill Uaarantee yusr orders will bo Filled Promptly nnd Kuslafactorlly.
STRAWBRIDGE CLOTHIER,
N.W. CORNER EIGHTH ANO MA11KET STREETS,
FlxUndlolplii a.
nug 30 sm
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SEV/lsa MACHINES— -'Î3E-ARMS —».SMULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Tho REMINGTON 8EWING M^X'HINE hi
• lie boBt oombiuatiou of good qup.atiee
durablo, with perfect lock ntiteV '
sprung rapidly into favor
possessing
otli, noiseless, rapid,
ely ; Light
It i
a Blmttle Maclii
y beet.
Tho Rr.MiNQTON St'.v
ith automatic drop feed. Design beautiful, and construotion
throughout
—tho highast *-f
tho
Maouivn has receivod premiums at
and without effort took the vrand Medal of Prog
_. awarded at the late Vienna Ejvt>e?ffciou.
lffo Remington Works alee manufacture the new Double-Barrelled Broecb-Ioading
;un, snap and positive action, with patent joint chock, a marvel of beauty, finish
and cheapness, and the celebrated Remington B.fle?, adopted by nine diffe
mentu, aud renowned throughout, tho world for Millrarv, fluutlun aud Target purposes.
All kinds or Pistols, Rifle Oaues. Metallio Cartridges, Ac.
Agricultural Implements.—Improved Mow eg MaobinCP, Litool Plows, Hteol Hoe«,
Shovels, Cultivators, Road Bcmpcrs, Patout Excavators, Lay Tedders, Cotton Gins,
Iron Bridges, Ac. Good agonis wanted. Bond for circulars.
Fui
1 ho United 8
dor of Medal that w
31
lovem
janss
i r r«n A- BONN, U.ION, 18. Y*
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janss
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Quaker Citv Organ Comp'v
MANUFAOTUKKItB OF
OXt.G 4&.NSI
P I A II O B,
AO. iAi'J» MA1IKLT NT.J
FHILADKLI'UIA.
QUAKE» CITY ORGAN la thê fa.
runte of LLa isamm and ail profwuiou.
io sight. Kaptu
IÏZÂ
i l0 ^bo
z
*nd »itWe.
Oity Organ Oo w
yw» arjDîKFT STRFTT /'iPri-FIff p
Oo.
mol
ADD USAS,
Am
/ GLIDDE.NS PATENT \_
' bare: tence?v
CAN Jiff ERB'TEL) AT
1-3 THE COST
of
id cheat
wooden fe
avi to more dorhb'o at
effectif*.
FURNISHED BY A LL HARDWARE DEALERS,
d for 1LLUSTR.
'X'iJilZt S33I^I,DBRS IffA NTJFA.CTUUING -C OÄI I* A JS Y,
E.i) CATALOQDE ant! PRICE LIST.
NO. 707 KARUET S1REET, Plill;*<inl|>rili*.
El). *
A NVAPBEIIS W t
.* 138 >Vf O^T" *âLXs
MEAD Sc ROBBI
as,
ILYEltl PLATED WAIIE,
Ü .•
MANUFACTURERS OF
!. )
Hav b Removed to Their Ne
»tore,
HO. 916 CHE3THUT STBE&T, Philadelphia
VThere may bo found the largest- ttocU of R 1 f_ATrr» GOODS! to
HUOt
be found in I*
QUALITY, i
delphla,
hloh,.
excelled b y any other
: and FRIOE,
ubllBhmeut.
X-XrasrcS. Metal C3rcrcicisi «i öpocinlty.
F
un
S' 11ANDAUB
\V A TUI IKS.
in-:
F . KNOW!
ab
' Cl
in
dc
Shoulder
(Age FVJHlONABLE^r^anpO^no
OL. Uau oko?'i P uïcn}ü l * CO? ^/LUMaUdN. 1 '' •
l'IHPH INUOîVririILTUBB
KSüiTBOKjt 1 ,t»KrUf-. LIi'li;
R— llINUKRVLLA
GT
à. PUILUPS.
iTBl
DEALER IN
WOOL, SHEEP SKIMS, BEEF HIDES
AND CALF SKINS*
Wo» 414 A 416 Tataall It,
.TON'S N I
1 tolSnd I
M?.r
ptiou. F-' *■#
OIBBOr { A BFNMETT,
frnit grower », Woodbury. N. J.
anUI-ly
WILMINGTON, D1L»
Pïdlral.
Peruvian Syrup
b e »roteeted aolsttos ef the
Protoxide of Iron«
srtfifiug
IRON.
I el Bris
This
tha Ment M Um maderful ma
Draper»
('krasle Diarrhoea, Balls, Nerves* Aftc
, Ils mars,
Lass af t ssstllullsunl Vigor, Nas
rmlgl harnais Complais
Csmplalal,
4
ALL DISEASES
RIUDCAT1NO IN A
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD.
of
Or accompanied by
A Low State of the System.
building ap
AN IRON CONSTITUTION.
It to an ai
rh.rs attitat:
it of tbs rnstoratlvs powsr af Iron, a* a
it* ma«nntio action and lbs alaoirt.it y
; to a cpaoillo.
For Ditpepiia, Ute
PERUVIAN 8YRUP.
the
F»r Dfblllly, Dm
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
Far Dropsy, Use
PERUVIAN 8YRUP.
F*r N*nril»la, Uu
and
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
F*r Chrnls Dltrrhna, Uie
PERUVIAN SYRUP
Far liver Coxp'al it, Uae
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
Far Bella ana Huato-a, Uaa
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
Fer Chill* amt Fever, Use
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
For Loee ef Apcitlte, Use
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
For Norvoas AtTvctlvne, Uae
PERUVIAN SYRUP
For Femalo Comp alnts, Use
Peruvian syrup.
To Toae up the System, Use
PERUVIAN SYRUP.
To lovlgorato the Brain, Ur.e
SK
PERUVIAH SYRUP.
nine
E A
n *v »du», Boaum.
. r
r«, No. 88
BETH W.
Burr
by d
Railroad SEI m.
pUIlAD^ÿ^JV^j.NgTO«
loxu, 1877.
Tmln« will lo*»u W ihr in*tnn ** fellow« : ft
Fhilndslpkin nnd Interau><tl«to atotiona, if* 1 .
' Nfliir 9 Si 12.91.
5d7*l» 89 n.*iu!?'lX6A
AND
j
mu, WJ. io.—.
Tluliwlulyli.*
«o. a»
*■ tor" »diata Btatlona. 8.00, 9.80, Am
jOITSAY TBAIWa.
and fntoraudlato
and Waahionton,
'« «nd Intormadinto SUtiAna, 8.10, a.
Pblladaiphi "
i.uo, aau, r.
PLilfcalrt
Baltic
fc Ud Now York,
d w iwninnon, i.uo, a. rj.,Wk',p,
• Ubtoa 1 ^ Jot
*-f
UaNGJbI O-V THAI«»,
bummer arrangement.
WILMINGTON Ac NOKTHKRN Ri R.
d after MONDAY, JULY 88d. 1877. train
Going Bonthw
C
On
Uaug North ward.
4 18, Wilmin«tcn,P..W.A B.dapot, 11 St) 8
7 18 Am..........O hadd'ft Ford.10 47 7
• 10.Ooatoavillo. 960 0
î»^r:::8saB»:.v".v.:v:.:!8 <«
748 4
10 80
OONNNOTION8.
in. ruuM,u>
WllmiiutMi with , un
'»ÄSÄl * . O B *.
Lebanon Vafluy, .tad Hast Fennaylvania K H.
« ontieoli ' jn ^ Lanape for Want Uhoatai
fa.
and depart to and from
W liming toe, Instand o)
% baretofore.
J. H. THOMPSON,
de
r..
trout and Madison otruaui,
to)
YYAI.TIMOUK Off I'OTO.IIAC It. It.
-- WASHINGTON THROUGH
.187«,
NKW YORK Aî
ON
with 111#
ishingtoo
, A. M. Arrive Wubmgton
Train* wi
u.
'•KAfäir
_,0®
0.15, A
1169, P. M. Arrive Washington
1.90, P. M.
9.66, P. M. Arriva
ive WMhington
ITaabingtou
1.96 P. M..i
He run» I no.
p
aahliurton 9.90, A. M., oity
is. Arrive
Sir»:
1), P. »I., city
l), P. M.. city time.
fetes
. P. »I.

u
jut
M
IlUWAK,, KAIL ICI, A L.
...« Aim AN
or MONDAY,
Pb
aft
freight!
A-Piity.four (34)
. L. GALUWK
j
FAIRBANKS'
STANDARD SCALES
Made with the Uùnt and mo*t ValuaWo Improvements.
SCALES THE WORLD'S STANDARD.
BBCnV'-D BIOBI8T MKDALS
World'8 Fair,
Vienna-.--1873
'
, WwM ''Ä...1851
; yl °' d 'N~York. 18531 Wl ?antlliro'(Chil01873
j*;": ,f fe,i....i86 7 | w,K taffl^
• 1876
COFFEE and BEIGE KILLS, TEA and COFFEE
0A18, STORE TRUCKS,
far Miles' Alarm Money Drawers,
FAIRBANKS 4t EWING,
•J15 OhMtaut St*. Philadelphia.
•i
•Kitov
«ouatttMt.
3
kgl nortmgn rrtrnrntumjor Btmmru
il h Stratton
BUSINISS COLLEC
AM Telemnhle laatltaic,
IM t. Tombât.. WMtaWMphta, Pa.
Increased facilittoo. TeWranbleDept in ober
tm the Manager anil KUctriean of the*
Atlantic and IVMid« Trtmgraph Oo.
B laüisüraa
For
O
JirtUMfS,
»0. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO
Tba oubcenbon hav* affected «b arrangem-nt
Peruvian Hfnsnmint Aganta by whloti they have
S^L-nUy on hand PUR# No. 1 I'Kk.iVItN
OUAlv, ' which U»«» will dnlly«r from
atom* in . hiUdo pi'
How York or Baltl»«*.
as sell BO GUANO BUT WHAT WB
w **on»vn S K ; )T gI ö. OOVRKN.
TImt fors. psrUMba.'tBSof no canMirooresolving
bst s
Cl.'RINTIAN 4k C O.,
jNert*! Water •*
k.
L. LKUNAKII.
ORNNRAL OOM MISSION MERCHANT.
iad Fruits at«., at«.
fOUTU 8TRFRT,
• Himfir*. Ma
Battw^Tp^ Ootten
.TXOSTAL
nr.
SOLUBLE BONE
Mssafkotartd under a No
com. ¥j which tho Highest
Grade of Solubility la
Obtained.
Raad Uia R**nlU of Analyst* by tba following a
October 28. i87*. — Profeaanr F. H. Rogardns.
boluhuË 1 bonk°*ipiiospS atn
OF LIME. SAW par cant,
October OU, 1871.—Prof««
Pro
a
y
I «or G. A. I/Mhlc. of Rnltl.
PeoomiMMed PHOSPHATES,
I, aivaa total
( lion« rtoaphato of Lime) HI611 per e
Mav 81. I§7H-Ur. T. U. Wolf; St*..- ....
SÖvSSSm.™
»ilmbla BONK PHOSPHAT«. OF LljiK.8i.3D par
of
pi».
MANUFACTURED BY
A T Bt,Tl?Af£8 T,UZINa
Works, Cooper'* Croak, 1
TUB
t Ht., Phllmdsljjbm.
OAsaand
ForlvuBphle
ths principal daa lur a in
IM
I0S
further information, *|
a roar neighborhood, or
hr
THE GREAT FERTILIZER,
WHANN'S
STÂNDAR9 GUARANTEED;
200 Pounds,
MANUFACTURE BY
Walton, Whann & Co.
WILÜIINGTON, DKL
•TOREBi
803 Went Front St.» Wntljni ton.
88 Booth Wharves, Philadelphia.
lJJJovh'A Wharf. Bttltlaioro.
88
J.E.Tygcrt
& Co.,
12.91.
1
Manuf»cturcr*

Am
STAR BONE
PHOS HATE
And PURR GROUND BONE.
Fnrtiiuimr Matorli '* -*
OffloM : 48 h. D«U«»re
plphia,
viiiisrriirtiuoiis.
PA RTICU LAR
R.
train
A TTENTION
HAS BEEN GIVEN TO

IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
To n a it tha daaani of tha
REMARKED OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Watches,
Diamonds,
Electroplate,
Jewelry,
Silverware,
Foreign Goods
from
o)
111#
AT PRIG RB FA» BELOW THOSE
FORMER SEASONS.
Arrive
r* by

ited
Orders by mull nit
60008 CAREFULLY PACKEU.
I
m: kh: i t
I
L.
No. 1124 Chaalnnl Street,
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.
aep 87 eow7t
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
FOR RfSTORING GRAY HAIR
JD
.UK.
TUKAL VITA LIT
TO IIS
Ml
m I m
sir 1
■:
Hai
E'SS
bo<b tba ^mir
baoom»* glossy.
.trtmgtbpntMl ; toat hair r^rrovr* with livtiy esi>m
doo ; falling hair to uhecked and Mtbblished; thin
hair thiokana ; and faded or gruy hairi rw anin their
or. IU operation 1« *nre an-l h* mi lee*.
or air.kly
iriginal
_ or*todies' Eâir.thë Viooh U pratoad
for IU grateful and agreeable perfum j, and ruined
for the soft lustre aud nebnwft ' tune .1 Un parta.
J. O. AYKH A OO.. LOWRIL, MASS..
Practical and Analytical •
"I Drnggtole and dealer*
' "^faviîldwO
mmmsm
HUM
l'frStt TR^JM to O W *
«1 ATOM PER DAY. TO FARM ERB* SONS
artiel* •^STAPLffTai'^X) ?/ kK*!* end
ether* in th~ir own neighborhood*. Farticuleig
^ .'AJer* BWB ™ORRTfffgIALCO^
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