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20 Nov 1873

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20 Nov 1873

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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1873, Bristol, PennsylvaniaThursday november 20, 1873. Tost office. Mails. A. 1 m Arric. 8.09, a. M., 5.00 8.00, Vow a. 3t., 3.30, p. I 8.30, a. M., 3.30, p. Ii arrive 10.15, a. M., 6.00 am 7.00 p. Tr1kcktox, saw Blick Swick jul Lav Ellza mrs Kwauk , Lorei 8.30 ., 1 30 p. arrive 10.15 a. P. 10.00, a. Si., p. A ., 8.00, . Mew town. . 1 Ilbok 10.00, i Arr Law And and Post Orn ".w. A 10.00, Jesse 11. Meaks Niit for the Wor Tel dorm sky kit turn Hird by Job so ii Mem Lyl in noted lit pout Omen not. A to Muir. , monday 18, 35. .42. .37 co. .38. .41 .43. . .92 .30 ,.38 ,.38 .38 ,.38 bei3tol lean Klinite company. R Large far within tie past ten Days Orville l. Grant Liro Glicr of the Orcsi joint and Edwin Wilson ivc Ziadi several visits to Ali Listol with a View of Nicu Rizig a Iii Titue location for putting up an extensive establishment for the manufacture of my and Iron. These gentlemen represent a company of a million dollars capital Olio Aioli n thirty years lease upon valuable Franklin Ltd Ore in Susion county new Jersey. Tie Ilij Iblis local inn of Bristol and tin utilities tha twist hero for combined will inducements attracted their to Tiu print. Xeno Tiaona Are in Progress for the Pur Chase the old Keystone forge owned by or is. Us Maiu if the Purchase is made tin will i Reeed at. Once Nith the construe Ion of suitable and thirty stacks ii will be immediately erected the company propose to expend in building and machinery for the works tie sum of woo 000. They will employ at the outset about 20c Liams and when tie works Are pm Jinyi Zient will be Given to live or Lin Mhz i croons. One the onial Char eff the Stock represent we unde Stanil will be offered t tiny if of a wry Superior Quality and cannot b equalled in the United states. We Hope to be Able to inform on Reader next week that the company have Complete their arrangements. Sired Mulcuny Anil shirk cd. Tiik now Navi Burnt Between nil i i cuts is about. Tiik Stoini last Momtaj Prev Mittl j Uliey. C. A. I Nini Lio Liling it i Gular Moil i Wilny night Eccl Iii. Xon Vith stand exr. Hip fio sly Sci Jav i it masons a Ristol arc still Ziaul at work a new Liui Minics. J Ilia a Terni last it oliday Nielli seve ral k of Hie Unco Sumii imling the Jin list Imri h property were blown Down. A asks when Anil by ims Iho Iain Cradle invented can univ of Hir subscribers Funi Iii in Foi Illarion i Rev. In. , the state lecturer will reach in the methodist Chnrei nest Saab Al morning and ill Tho clip Rel in the evening. Trank fort Siml Kensington Turnpike Road Lias been bought by the Cut of 1 lil Laflel Lilia and inc get Fri thrown open to the Public. The i ice w As at the monthly meet i of tie Bristol Home building association lost monday Loans were sold to Dennis Ceil Lahui at a Premium of per loan. Fax a former Connly treasurer and hotel keeper at Juak Crown was found in an ont-lionsi1, on his premises last sat urday morning. It is supposed death was caused by apoplexy. V the Bristol Exchange and Board of Trade will Solil a mooting at the engine House next tuesday s5tli, at 71 o clock . Ai oils will be the first Meylink after its organisation a full attendance is desired. We Call tie attention of on readers to the in another column of messes. Mcc Siskey shoe manufacturers Oreene and front streets Trenton. These gentlemen sell cheap As the cheapest and peat Large tons can be procured both it whole Sale and retail. Tin Star tells How the i ice of Butler is Doto irined it says that it is not generally known that tie Price of butter is regulated in the Philadelphia Market by the Price of cows. Thus when Good cows Are Worth Butu i is charged at go cents per Pound. If then do cents a Pound is the Price. A curious Way of value of this article but one in Groat Vogue with dairymen. Young representing that she was soliciting alms Lor a Willow a Neil by Iurii has been practising upon the credulity of our citizens. She called upon or. Charles Wyvill and produced a paper purporting to be signed by lev. J. C. Stun of Money. Or. Wevill called upon or. Lorile who stated that he had signed no such and consequently the woman must be an impostor. Oui radars Are cautioned to to on the Lookout for i. Ii. A a. As per announcement the rooms of this As Ici Atlon were thrown open last Friday evening us quite a Largo audience assembled to listen i an account from or. Its. Stock of a trip i Buenos Ayres. Below we give a Short syn of tie lecture. Or. Slack commenced his address by giving Short description of Lisbon topped to take Coal. Lisbon is build on a Suc us Sion of Hills and is three Mil Sci in length nil about a mile Anil a half in breadth with population of . The objects of in to a stranger visiting the City is the Arsenal Exchange Queen s Harden on Pedro s Square and the fruit Market. J he City is supplied with water by an Aqueduct Init High which it is conveyed from Pelos ten no los from the City and is supplied to the pc Ile by Means of fountains placed at different mints in the streets. Their next stopping place was St. Vincent at which place the Steamer stopped to Coal and o land and receive mails. On one Side of the of St. Vincent a line of rocks extend one if which called Washington s head is a goal picture of that illustrious Man even to his Prin shirt bosom. was their next . Opposite this town a Coral Wall extends Lor Carly one Hundred Miles through a break in which vessels enter the Harbor and Are protect from the Liard St storms. On All saints Bay created an unfavourable impression. It a built on one Side of a note Uphill and near the water s Edge the Gifu my a icing Low and Flat. At this place there is to carriages their place being supplied by the Sedan chair the keeping of which is As Neces sary in dial country As carriages ill wins. Tho Bay of Hio he described m being Verj Beautiful compiling it to the Bay of Naples and the Golden Horn of constantinople. It is from one to eleven Miles wide dotted islands which arc covered with Palm ii Urt other Trues tie streets of Iho City of Kio Are narrow Wal paved with Anile and lighted with Gas tin houses arc two three and four stories High Inott of them built with pointed roofs. The City h Supid cd with by moans of an Aque duct by which it is furnished to fountains Anil hydrants placed at tie Corners of streets. The Isolani ral gardens it Kio arc very extensive tire Iii two feet in Width runs the entire length of the gardens on either Side of which is a Row of Palm decs 50 i get in Hight and 13 to is inches in circumference Limo 1ms a population of and her chid exports Are Dye oods and Collic. Buenos Ayres 150 Miles from the Ocean on tire i Lutte Olivcr is about three Miles in length and two and a half wide with a population of a Largo portion being Uei maus French English Anil italian with a Small sprinkling of americans. The streets Are 25 Leet in Width paved with Granite and lighted with Gas. The sidewalks Yate nil parties of warm Pislor. Monday night of this week we had quite a heavy Snow storm mow fell to the depth o three inches. Or. Edwin Lacey Lias cot Nemence d the build ing of East in Warminster township a Fine double House with a mansard roof. J. B. C. Has no a tit and is supplied wit ii water from the rive i Means of carts Anil bands cisterns filled at a stated Nice weekly i or monthly. Oranges Given peas Ami Straw by Rios abound Pic utter being double tie Smi of oui own. Tie products of the country Are i wools Anil hides which Are exported in Large i quantities to Europe. The making of jerked 1 beef is largely carried on Here and the process was Desei bed it some length. Here also is seen 1 the Century Plant with a stalk 8 to 10 feet High planted for fences. On fast Days no vehicles of any kind Aie allowed upon the streets except the water Calls and they must make their rounds Verj Early in tie morning. On sundays they 1 Are not so Pait Icolar the people being allowed to do As much business on thai Day As upon any other. Tic churches have atlructiu1 about them but lire noted for their largeness 1 from some of which Bells Are being rung con stantly or. Black was listened to with a great Dea of attention by those present and much More was said both inti Esting and inst inc at the close of Avrich the association ten dered him a vote of thanks. Bucks Coull tar 1 pa., nov. Eui Init Gazette readers Are pro Bably aware of the disastrous burning of tin store and dwelling of or. Thomas b. Shay o Llois Liam whereby he was turned totally adrift upon the world. Under the pressure of a serie of unfortunate complications we regret to stat that or. Shay s property is All being seize Pun and sold to satisfy the demands of cred orb. The lit Ciary Talent of Prospect Villa will i Opportunity of developing itself this Winter 11 lie literary society about being instituted ii in Hall. The attn Kava i Semi annual love feast a Clebra cd two weeks ago. In the Church of tha Senomi Guidon in upper Dublin. Slip Rifle Lori Clero is being designated As theal Colitte agent of Hort Ham so numerous Aile occasions in which he is called upon to ail Inister the Law in this connection. A Young lady of this driving in rated Hoise near North Wales Railroad depo and the misfortune to e her horse Bucom and unmanageable overturning the agon and smashing Heel. A neral Louis Wagner of Eri d a Temperance lecture in this place o vein cuday evening last. Other lecturers a engaged to speak at intervals of three week Ach. A singing class holds weekly meetings Hert a Der the guidance of a competent and Sti Esse us teacher. Prospectville Lodge of Good templars i Leet hereafter on this any evenings instead f Sal inlays its formerly. The teachers Institute of Montgomery com y held in Norris town upon the same wee that of Bucks county though we regret wit different results comparing the record a Croce filings of both meetings and express. of Bot i counties. To Diana Gers of the Montgomery county ins Litu acre singularly unfortunate in their Sulc Clio if and lecturers which resulted i to dissatisfaction which was open la cup Issei we Hope the next Institute May not be Marre Vith the Uon sence of pedal in and hypo critical professor but Liat Thomi f general interest May be dwelt upon by con latent and interesting instructors. Mora. Comes the be blown entire mar Wiltra Long editorial in favor of giving somebody a Good fat Job. The last Man that escaped from the county jail although confined outside its Walls seems to have settled the matter so far As us Enterprise is concerned and lint paper has joined the Hue and cry of a few Doylestown residents who want to have their surplus popu lation profitably employed for a new jail anew court House and such other new things As they can get the county to for. Kev. David c. , a Temperance lecturer will address he sunday schools of the presbyterian me huh St and Baptist churches of this Borough at the Baptist Church next sunday afternoon at o clock. The sunday schools of tote Trusby Terian and methodist churches and their friends will occupy the Middle Block of pews reserving the Wall puts and the gallery for the Baptist Sun Day schools and others. Is o doubt the meeting win be one of great interest to All friends of Temperance for it is Well know that Rev. Or. Babcock has the Happy faculty of speaking upon the subject of Temperance in such a Way a.1 to children instruct older people Jill ask everybody. All arc cordially invited. Or. Henry the Well known banker. Will be Man led in a few months to miss Woith in ton noice of Hon. We. Secre tary of War. The wedding was to have taken place this month but was postponed in Conse Quence of Jar. Clews business . or Tho Bucks county gifts Otto htj1me7i1lb. 1iuj.11ev1lle, nov. 20, 73. Euit Oit most noticeable event in our Borough is the almost inconceivable improvement of having on streets Light i lightly until a reasonable hour when the Moo refuses to give her Light. To have foretold such a thing one 5 ear ago would have made one thought fit for the nearest insane Asylum. By it. Is now an accomplished fact and one Cai walk ont with Comfort and safety on the a Cost nights without that most inconvenient o lantern. Charles Bancroft has Conti acted to Light and extinguish the lamps and will no doubt perform the duly Faith fully. J. L. Juliois esq., of Doylestown entertained our burghers on Friday evening last with a instructive and valuable lecture 01 and giving them some important and seasonable advice upon the subject. The lecture was under the auspices o the y. V. A. And was free to All. You ii people s lyceum takes charge of the exercise on next Friday Ching and Are preparing som Choice pieces for that occasion. Bishop Stevens episcopal will visit on Borough next wednesday evening and preach in Grace Church. The Bishop is a great Fin o rite m Ith our people. The committee on roads have been bus Patching up sonic bad places and very Fortu Nameiy anticipated tie recent heavy storm. The rep has area Vicat improvement and convenience. No doubt you have seen an account of the sad Accident which occurred to Jesse l. Stack House esq., As lie was on his Way to attend the meeting of the Mutual fire insurance co. A this place by which three of his ribs were Frac Tui cd. 1 am Happy to say that he is Gettin along very favourably and no serious results a anticipated. Or. Win. Potter jr., of bin Sacui died o Friday night list with the virulent fever Whie seems to be raging in All sections. Tie of gentleman had reached sixth two years of age and had hardly known what sickness was lie often ii Udo the remark should he eve need a doctor he should on monday evening next the second Meei ing of the historical and society Willijc held and some rare and curious thing Are promised for exhibition. Tie meeting i free to All who desire to attend. There is some Effort being made to have Public meeting on behalf of the new Constitution but nothing definite has yet been decided it is expected to be held about december 1st Corn husking is do the nigh ill this Section a pie sent and judging from what i Luve Sci Theio is an excellent crop. G. The philosophy of history in Europe i a projected elaborate work by Robert Flint professor of moral and political Economy University of St correspondence Gazette new York Kov old the great Spanish War Cloud pissed Over the ctr polls of the night of the 17th, and Indig action a meetings were held in Steinway and Amui Auy Halls. A Large and demonstrative i Idiece gathered together to listen to the beakers in order to gain any new Light they Light Lirow upon the subject of the cold coded murder of the prisoners captured by in spaniards and executed at Santiago de Uba a few Days since from the despatches learn that the an american ves cd or at of american origin bearing All in evidence of american flying the United states Flag left a port in Jamaica and yet upon tire High seas in British Waters distance from the Island of Cuba was sized by the Spanish War vessel Tornado and he Crew taken to Santiago de n the 4th inst. Four of the officers were shot us and he Public bad recovered from the Shock they Jerpe rated the second and greatest horror in to sacrifice of thirty of the Crew. This was on the to Tiv upon the Dawn of the 8th Welve More of the Crew bit the dust and so 311, till the entire destruction save eighteen of he and Crew of the Virginius. File trials of All the prisoners have been and that Littfe band of eighteen saved from Spanish ferocity have been sent to the Chain to work out a prisoner s lot. The sudden destruction of Over a Hundred souls has sent a h udder through All humanity of All civilized ands and the uprising of tie people of Allna ions is a Nero human sympathy in Ephah of one if tha greatest wrongs of our by Story. The present question in which our citizens Are nest Ink rested is whether it is proper for the United states to lend a helping hand to the 3ubans who Are striving to throw off a burdensome and bloody Spanish Yoke and to re Venge this or remain Idle lookers on of this Savage Warf if. Sunset Cox made quite a lengthy speech it Steinway Hall reviewing the atrocities and passing judgment upon the Spanish Rule in Morium Isla mls for Many years past. Lie says this Power of Spain Lias been for Many Long cais chins on our continent but us she has retreated from our hemisphere her Skirls have been bedraggled and clothed in Gore. The last massacre is but the horrible and Damnable reiteration of thou Sands of other when will we learn that life is bettor life and when All the world is the penalty of taking something that we can never is so heavy that the very name of Mur Der will a Huddon out Niueli better the first there is talk of inters mention and making Cuba free Ami Independent probably an outlying stale of our Union. Jar. Cox wound Aphis space by the following argument nationalities of inferior Grade must Surrey Iler to those of Supei for civilisation Aud polity. Whether Spain likes it or rot whether she be a Republic or in monarchy whether ruled by a Castelar or a Charles this irrevocable Law will drive Cuba by her position her interests her sufferings and her history to the greater and More illustrious state for Protection Aud and Vandement. Under this Law nations like men Are mutable. As surely As the decay of autumn is the Herald of Spring Sosu iely will that lint for the i a vacs of Man the Richness of All soils and the beaut of All skies would contribute to endless production w Here the Vernal blooms arc Ever fresh and the Breezy Ilo cps that surround her Are fragrant with Iii unfading the band of the Union. In the Vicissitudes of Empire and nothing is plainer than the Horoscope which casts Cuba within our Fralc nifty of Stales to add a Golden Cross to our starry Jou Turkey Blind in the Depths of a Virginia for est and should like to know just about to Lumpen. Tho French Story for Young translates is very amusing. It is As Good As . The yellow cottage is an exquisite Little poem by Marian Douglass. The dreams of girlhood Ore Seldom More delicately told than in these ver ses. C. C. Lla skins otters some excellent and humane propositions regarding the relations of boys and Bisida is fast becoming a general five site has a fund of Lively and useful matter to talk about. The Page for Little folks is very Good this month and the Riddle Box is crammed with Good things. Hew jail that latest Dodge towards manufacturing opinion in favor of a new jail at Doylestown is for some of the citizens to form a self constituted vigilance committee whose duty it is to search through the town Hunt no vagrants and gather them in. After some Effort last Satur Day night they managed to fill some of tie jail cells. The Christian clarity of these Young men is Only exceeded by. Their Zeal in furnish evidence that a new is needed. The Doylestown correspondent of the Philadelphia Tho appearance of the Doylestown in saturday evening was a disgusting Light. About eleven o clock in the evening Drunken men were lying around in different parts of the town no Constable was to be found Aud a number of Young men fearing that they would freeze to death during the night formed a vigilance com Mittee and conveyed them to jail. A wheel Barrow was procured and one Man picked up on main Street. Reaching the jail the sheriff led the Way to Tho right corridor of tie prison. Here a cell door was unlocked and the stench that issued Forth was sickening. In this Small cell were eleven of these outcasts All stretched out on the floor around a hot fire. The Drunken Man referred to was jarred into this apart ment. Afterwards any a victim was conveyed from Broad Street upon the wheelbarrow and placed in the same cell. Other cells in tie jail were in As crowded a condition. But yet the Christian spirit of tie county the incs that the jail facilities us . Although we equally regret to learn that there Are so Many drunkards about our Little county seat Aud Admire the Christian philanthropy of Sef Atoe bum Nee a views. The n. V. Tribune on wednesday morning published the following letter from senator sunnier which was to Timve been Road it Tho cuban indignation meeting on monday night. Bostos nov. is not in my Power to be with Yon at your meeting to ask fur Justice in Cuba. Allow me to add that longing for in in this neighbouring Island where slavery still show s us infamous front and always insisting that is contrary to just ice i do not Ali Ink it is practicable at this moment on existing evidence to determine All on duties in tie recent cases where civilisation bos received a Shock. It is very to see that no indignation at that dreadful1 butchery inconsistent with Tho spill of the age but unhappily aroused by an illicit filibustering expedition from our own shores Kindred to that of the Alabama for which England has been fully condemned in damages can make us forget that we Are Deal ing with the Spanish nation under terrible difficulties to become a sister republic1, and therefore deserving from tax meet forbear Ance and Candor. Nor can we forget the Noble president whose eloquent voice. for humanity and invoking our example has so often charmed the world. Pc Public and Emilio Castelar do not deserve the menace of War from Tho United states. If watchwords Are needed now let them immediate emancipation and Justice in Cuba Success to the Spanish Republic Honor and gratitude to Emi lib Castelar and Between on two a bearing these in mind there will lie no Occi Ision for the belligerent preparations of the ast few Al Pur Imler. I Elf Jikky station Katy Whitman s Choice confectionery. It a cite. For u hons pianos and 01w ass most i rat it mid Oren in till will Griir a Ufi Gnu. 1 rlih1 nine nil to in a unit clip is Oinui ill Luil i Virliie it u directly Umi Omu Tahi Ovid in of. In Max. 47 Mill si., Ilung Bolo r Wood till Hloi. I a. Get Tiik West. Webster s unabridged Mil in of liar wooo 1x40 to farm. In clonal . The Luigi Ertly in Tom Overmi int printing of cd at . T warmly a Rouimi Ali Al Llin Nril Mot Kitt Mollov. I1, . Will of is my . Uhf in Clu Iti not thai Tibt Allic Luau Ami 1-Ublmictl by u. He Kriam. Maiv. I ill tool pollera. Joseph s. Bodine with go St he s1 s a s t. Y to 83i Sussis is e safes a is we. Brown bixg11am Hall blur l Kerr cd. Joseph s. Piece , Iii Kiwi. 5-3 of so fuss Kyj As i Feess As Coal Wood Lime Sand Buiok curb building Stone to Tinea. Cotta. P Chi Miroy Gill lion Vii Nom i variety. A mass meeting in favor of Uba w held in Baltimore last night. Murtland ins tote in which it waa held was crowded Ai hundreds were Naulo i Fain Gulmi Turnce. Colonel e. Yerger pc ruled. Resolutions were adopted condemning the Virginius Butch cry demanding the of the Virginius and occupation of Cuba until k Partlon is made and also Demandil cuban belligerency the recognition of Waters Patelos Leo and. The name of Horace Waters has become famous As the inventor and manufacturer of the finest parlor organs now in disc and rendered popular and a Reahle by their elasticity of touch their smooth full and Rich tone which is evenly sustained and free from the spasmodic jumping noticeable in most Cabinet organs and by a vast number of improvements which have enhanced then value As musical instruments and their elegance As parlor ornaments and Nado them the most acceptable Hustu Mients that have found Ali or Way so generally into the Parlours of the Best families throughout the coun try. None who have seen the Waters organs whether Trio Eureka or concerto can form a Conception of their Beauty and finish the Pur Ity of their voicing their extreme delicacy and of touch Rich full and truly Organ like tone and general elegance and excellence either As a source of musical or entertainment. It ought not to be surprising that these organs should have such a phenom Cal popularity. The Best mechanical Talent in the United states is employed in their construction and everything that artistic skill taste and Long experience Ean suggest is employed to make them both musically and mechanically univ aled. They Are made of the Best materials Are inspected with great care and discrimination before they Are received into the Stock for pub Lic examination and have been so Well esteemed by the examining committees at the various institutes and fairs where they have been exhibited As to elicit the repeated distinction of Gold and Silver medals Aivar ded Foi their True value As really trustworthy and elegant instruments and As successful competitors for Public approval with any and All the various organs that have been or Are in the Market. On a former occasion allusion made in flattering terms to Waters different styles of organs and an unqualified approval was then expressed in Tho strongest terms. Since then nothing has occurred to induce a modification of that decision but. On the contrary every tiling Lias contributed to confirm and Sanction it. The number of Patent which have been added to this valuable instrument have Given it a notable celebrity. Its Patent i Alcinea Stop reducing the tone and rendering soft Ano expressive music with Beautiful effect the Patent Vox Celeste a charming Solo Stop of pure Clear celestial Quality of tone its Patent improved Vox Haniana Trel Holo the most Beautiful Stop Ever introduced into a Recil instrument ils Patent improved octave Coupler and its Patent manual sub tuns Patent automatic knee swell and a Host of other improvements calculated to give sweetness Power delicacy and softness to the tone and Beauty elegance and convenience to the general Structure of the instruments by such important expedients As Patent Book closets and swinging lamp Brack ets unite to impart to it a style tone and Grace which Are so different from like instruments produced from rival factories and admitted to be inferior to those blaring the name of hoi Ace t. Weekly news. Prince Lucien Murat during his residence in new Jersey acquired a great and somewhat unenviable reputation As a horse jul Cocy. It was said lie would Start Oil for a journey upon the Back of a son y Kosir Iante and return after an absence of several weeks driving a stylish pair of horses before an elegant Ruairi Suje the whole being the result of a series of successful swaps. The Berks county Railroad will be comple Ted from heading to Birdsboro in four weeks. Tinker wrote a the serial " what might have been by Frank r. Stockton promises plenty of Lively Advent of the instalment in this number the into is left at night behind a i publican Samuel Bowles has declined the citizens nomination for mayor of Springfield mass. Or. Bowles the Spring Ila Fie married. Britol on the 19th inst., try Llev. Fran ii e. Church or. Jacob h. Young and mint Eltoft Smith All of Bristol. The 19th inst., by Tho mime or. John p. Cim mid Annie e. Buck All of Bristol. List of letters remaining in Bristol 1 Ost office thursday morning. So. 20 mrs. Annie e. Bailies mis. Sarah Boice mrs. A. Cox Clementina Dillon Mary dug ii Chas. Fitzgerald Lizzie Hoadley or. George Irvien William j. Vicary Edward Jird Enuol James Mclaughlin John Mcowen. George Neiser Rena Nelson. Lydia Perry hairy Smith Eliza Beth Stackhouse Christian Smith Elizabeth Vam Coter Mary t. Winder Annie e. Weight Louisa Wright. Despe Randum. When some sad misfortune shul Como to Slit Tutor your so Liilo it your motto my tight Era Vclav Ami never Tiloi tar Tho Tami s arc now Liuni with us All we Eli ully on prints will re uric sell clothing so Clira ii at Toweh , that out patrons need buy your clothing now. Prices cannot be lower ours arc the lowest to lie found. Ben Nett co., Tower Hall 518 Market Way Between fifth and sixth streets Philadel phia Wio extract of canoes Plant the Grant blood Perl nor Mill itch Torch for cleansing and Clearing the from nil impurities cannot be too highly recommended. For Scro Fula skin bin Erick nil sores of All Klill it never fall Iii and pm Vincnt cure it old sore i. It cures ulcerated on Tho it cures Alec rate l orc it cures pimples a the 1 inc. It cures scurvy Soi is. It cancer on ulcers. It cures blood and skin it cures glandular swellings. It clears the Blond from All impure matter from whatever cause acting. An this Medicine is pleasant to Tho Toto Ami War ranted free from injurious to the most Del Cate Constitution of either sex it Csc Nevi to used Udo Ortli ninth St., . I. C. Bristol Exchange Board of Trade a full attaud attics s request to a. Byon crot Tho Cortrail pc j Esse o. Thomas ,63 t Tut qtv17 Ijler i Olin a it Tum lift or. Old at not week o take Mack basics business men and till he zen really should take irom Tho Mim Arai Ilc of our i fortunate town Nan i Suiwu Accident by nulls irom on of the new buildings now being put up on usher ton Street. It he had cup veiled the Small sum it so he would now have been entitled receive Irneth j a Velkys Assurance co., jul quid week to of for tlu1 time he w ill be Una Lulu t if it should not exceed 26 works. To Rosa bowl sing Iii St., the Arci is Lor this and Iti at once. Shabsis a Abs a a s3 Suie s a k Fei a Siss fur Emporium. J. Isaacs Success of to .10 in at h Kurkt by Thweni i unit kill by let a Wonlu Falc i Mia Kiti Polci Naul 01" fancy furs of every description Ami Khz All., would Llull null Iii Irod i to Call Index i inulin our my k a Plilip at lowest no inimip1 u cd acct Hugh. and a Palu in. Iti Ilici ult Ilic tvs he pct i in Lar by in our two seated Wagon tile. Amid to in cmos. A Iri Moi. And Olhorn Ali int would sure 1 1 to Ami i Cali in on h. jr., to spa a it cold Spring Pimin Jorns and vhf Nomine arc coi Ihlder Flag slate Riih it which , n by informing the conductor. Indicates that trains do not Slop except on signal or not cation to the conductor. Trains run daily. A. To. Cassatt gun i manager. In. Parn r agent. O. W. Jovak kill. Super. N. Y. Lvi Oloizi. F w. Jackson Gen 8up t . Of v. J. Dir of w.4sh1xoton two houses live i orig a Lime Nix . To Rico Jio Iiah hums All tie Nuovo occupied by Gofel tvs Tanler. Building lots for Sale on doll Tancy St Ket on str but of ave huh houses Rnic fed by a dict to buit pin Cli Hatjis. col. Wood s museum. Second Success of jolts. Comic opera compan1t. Max my Eyk Nino. Nov. And cd cry Over dog till Quill or notice tiie a second Oaks Mav Ixko. Mini urn nil tin Mlay Altein Ottmo j. H. Bostwick Kolip c Solol Intaj Cativo potato. Claskey Fagin shoe manufacturers Washington. Market second Holli wet car. Front and Ore Euc t11e1vto1v, n. To. . for ladies misses and children shoes. Thomas Roberts co., livery and Sale stables opposite the Delaware House. All 03t horses and carriages to hire. Also horses and carts to hire other rat Crumis a 1jav Arteil the wed Leo. Ail All that glittj5i1s is Xot Gold. 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