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To »utumu weather,
at hu been rewarded for bU
mort bountiful Muou
^V Tbe "he.', O.U, b.y, com,
Z*"*-, Mid to be, by th»t wel -
Jett "'.,1 "The oldeet Inhabitant,
aKrlbe the canae to the effect,
clementa of an ample
Jtb* c ?L|n «unehlne, warmth and (rood
«oW 1 Intelligent and hard work of
Elio»*» 1 " " farmer, while other,
at ^"îfïLther to the wonderful effecta
^»»«oTknowte^thatbeep.
tf^'Jinued bubbling and I
g « **"i ,ubl«W In that renow
Dilewai* Bute Agricultural
S, much to la It the ca« that oeca
f over "Jt*t a leetle" and that
^rurtbe^.'lqu.nUtyofyea.t
'".. the Urge batch of bread. ..
^retire Jot with auch benedclal
* T r r,,i tffecu u|H>n the aurroundlng
Who would not, were they
located within the rur
"f such a benign and bénéficient
that dispense. like "the dew. of
kind Influence, on all alike
,t money aud without price f It
'I, to know that It I. only alnce It
wn rejuvln.lcd .nd put under the con
^Mbon that IU wonderful effect,
'll b»vc been felt. Under the old fogy
run by the faculty, you neve/
Stell of II» wonderful adyauU
(Delaware Urmer. But the
^America like, wore determln«l
Induce » new era In the hUtory
! Jwnerable end time honor jd In.tltu
STrtf lenrnlnn (which like moot of old
SI kul outlived IU time of uaefuloCM)
Suie done Hi they have lulu«d new,
SU and more vigorous ulood Into the
ftotltution, so that IU former friends
■ natron. arc «arceljr »hie to recognize It
Ihenuie lu.tltutlon « of yore.
um the I*"' agricultural fair held for
itountv it Klkton Iiulta a number of
paid a vl»U for the pur|Ktae of look
the condition ol the agricultural In
of our neighboring county. They
IJeltglited with what they saw,so much
tal It overcame them to such an extent
■litweakened their knees and many of
afere unable to properly navigate, aud
awe ease* when they arrived home had
letarrW from the hack and taken to
ii rooms. It was plain to be seen why
(fetor Reinhart was not popular with
i"t»)i." He was one of the
.»ai a strict dlelplhiarian, at
boo that he objected to the "boys"
• you so I" throwing coal
Btefull of eosl down the college etalra
1 many other similar performances,he be
M „rj unpopular with the "boys," who
I what it said (If the heathen Chinee,
I,must go." With two new professors
kb place the "hoys" still appear to be
Ming the machine. I will not undertake
at the "boyi" were druuk,for you know
Cecil county they have local option and
Iking of an Intoxicating character Is
teed to lie eohl. I cannot undertake to
kauaca—only results—which are solid
We
boUjnc
. m
la
w
ton
» IU
to
y«s
M
rofesaor«
for the
..V
"How e
fte Improvements of our town are still
tgrcMiug. Representative Pilling's houses
1 completed, us are those of his brother
d Hr. Caskey. Mr. Morrison's house at
(corner of Main street and Delaware
ami la up, ready for the second floor. R
B,when finished, be among the finest lifi
wements iff the town. Samuel Gury'a
8 ready for the
ms on Chapel street
kltyern. The Newark Brick Manufac
Dg Company has all the contract« on
d that it will lie able to complete before
I weather. It has been quite a «otcum.
work at the Dean Wi
Cuinp&uyV
steadily and rapidly
ard completion. The hew Corliss engine
, boiler makeri a
perty la going
of Iron such as
lever before haa been brought to our town ;
ibey are now all safely lauded at the mill,
ind during this week will tie put Into their
plicea. <^uitc a number of accident« to the
pployeshave happened, «uch as mashing
iiffeet, toes, hands, spraining of ankles,
gt, but uothiug very «eriourthat ha« kept
m James from work over a week. Mr.
iM'* Improvements, hi way of house
|*4Éfig, il going on steadily, which, when
I ill at completed, will add much to the ap
of the adjoining property
Woolen Compa uy.
1 Tkbusiness of our town is rapidly In
lawing. Our hotels, stores and almost
Irnrj other busiiicos iu the town have been
[liai to-lbeir full capacity. It is said that
Iteiretohuvc a new hotel, located In the
wire of the town, and that it will likely
F «Mother line of hacks to the depot.
"Withe avenue will have to be reduced, a«
■a*Uscarcely room now for tl.oie who
MVItmea dally liave their trial, of .ik-mI
** uf "11 tr.vdur.
«Wood thoroughfare.
Ijmiteril t* imlitlc.fi our jx-opie aro quite
■wtoOiclrduties. The-Ezcbange Uulld
2'™ 1 for that kind of thing.
™"*y evening the Republicans bad u
«meeting In the society room, while
wmoersh held an open meeting In the
were addressed by our
" W Keprescntatlve, and your towns
u,',, - ""h", in a speech of oyer an
MV- 1 * »Rh telling effect. lie
2 ' bj ' T - N - Williams of KveX/
J »ho murin a most enthusiastic
^ "tout l,,| f an hour, which per
n 1 . 1 '!' 1 ,mr iwople. His points
•ata.s' 1 *"^'" 1,1,1 llc ,tc Pt his audl
^ alnmst continued burst of ap
ÏÏL,, *" followed by a Mr. Russell
as .a buw ' , "t ht a few well timed re
!>Ötol?f Ch tbl: 8 l* i »>ttng wound up
Ljto *J k candidate Dr. Swlthln
ktttst m " 1 Creek hundred, in a
»(» 4 tti ïfo! er 'u 0 " the subject so much
Steii .,1 , ^Phhllean party, a "free
*( IkmiOo r coun t." He showed up
la, ,h„,t ten 7 1,f parading such ques
l»ty stole u ll! Ï ar, ï fhowed that this same
M ,h„ "".''»■ridency in 1876 from the
Q " majority of the
*!S0,(Kio„r, î ,. .'' 1 " Popular majority
'ten nf nu. 1 C 10,1 cat, intelligent white
^"pSu.°ör ry hr a,,d that w, a d0,le
«*.» ,„ ol " 'free ballot and fair
Nrty w h"" the Republican
""detnèt the P .„ 16 " 8U >P thief 1"
h* * 1 « ni | t , te,lllon from the real thief.
Jatthey o'?",, y pr,,vcn hy 1,r - Chandler
^ proof t h 't,, be , Prcahlency and we have
*«n. who an. l ïn à' ader *> "t least some or
ï k a safe—whiS 1 ' Up , in . tl10 camp, can
Wkhg m .„ „ * conclusion can honest,
p<»t modern A e ? me , to ,n regard to this
î h« mo?alîr, rty . < ii î!! the respectability,
tkltli. ,,. rl y ' the intelligence but
•• one iot ... hollow pretensions and
f» in l"| w 'i t ; of rt '»l honesty of pur
»aiuoii-n w i„, Mt l ' dl> * uc h men as our
Ï* honors u.| Ur ° candidates for Legtsla
»"nght the. ui. 1 11 " a moment of solid
Ntojtlil, 'Vr,"«! aud see In whose
f tot the* ah' 1 , " <1 hy who f
oa ? ? 0f the " Now
And w u ' e * 8 a »otorioUH safe
tek ri of the fio a . re ,10t B0,ne °I the under
?° Misted t« Ä ne craft the ver F persona
5^ erf roui i/iitt? Cr<î ï? Posent com
**, hl8 j U8t Jeaert« ? I «ay
Justes for »«°» Ur t(,WD8n ion who are
thick of\he fflclal P°* ltlon " ,i0
!»' lut» two s .company they are
«butloiuf 1 . t", 1 ® ln shame I Arc
ShiiUteSSSV Î ® c, î 1 favors that they
§**fa «u.l ii.H® 1 ' 1 ' l lc company of safe
Sudler, |„ ."'dr aocompllcea)
ÎÏ^PcsllJÎ * p ?ch. said he heard
Wile - t»o years rince, sav,
a, ' *suld nn(.^ r ' °, r hf* vote could do
S articles P , ut ? d uty so high on all
jïjVno JM 1 »*, by imerican
lîrhf ° Ur porto 0f production
JfefJ > ®»[Mi ) t |f ar " 1 l rr, ' w hat do you think
In «uch a posl
«•«•tä.'aP* b . ril * about J"* 1
No nf. o ' referred to by Dr.
5" ,u ' Delaware
2>«aU, p,, rk , duty you put on wheat,
ISS«y other ^ b rt acc ! > ' c° ttou > butter,
K,!'* beneht .'^cultural product, it
ÎÏL P ° f the cent. /uA
hairdocemoftwi tUat Wi) are auch
C""' always ÎSSr* ""med prints
^(îf 4 *e M farm and " ot buyers of
• r ave 40 flDd a
a countries for our surplus
of the
upou that
Dr
Agricultural product« in competition with
th« cheapeat «lmilar producta of the world:
and yet you have to use the producta or
■uch men aa Mr. HasLInga In the carrying on
of your daily avocations and in supplie« of
your family wants, and tbla man, who asks
our vote to send him to represent you in
ongress would force you to buy those
things necessary to you and your families,
comfort at such a price as a set of monopo
lists, which he would under bis expressed
Ideas create, that you would have to pay
them Just whatever they choose to ask you
for the articles of necessity produced by
them. Can you, farmers of Delaware, so
stultify yourselves as to vote for such a
man f
You,no doubt, Mr. Editor, know that the
Delaware ledger is published In our town.
In Its editorial columns a short time back
there was on article headed "Vile Shams, M
In which the fellow who has the reputation
of writing Its editorials has undertaken to
Instruct and tell the editors and publishers
of the press of Delaware what kind of
articles they should publish and what they
should not publish to make their journals
resi>ectable, Just as though he was more
competent to judge of what should go into
the columns of a paper. The person pub
lishing this,judging from the article referred
to, no doubt would like to have our Legts
ture create a new office, to be called t...
Censor, for the extermination of all articles
for newspaper publication at a salary of
about $5,000 per annum, and he to be ap
pointed to fill the place. Then he could
have a chair with velvet plush-covered eus
sions, stuffed with feathers, where he
could sit with ease and In
state, and be the great Censor,
without fear of wearing out the seat
of his trousers. Bird hunters admire setr
not mistaken in my con
clusions. the fellow who wrote that edi
torial, "Vile Shams," would take the pre
mium as a flrst-elase "setter," who, if he
saw $2,000 in the State treasury, could sit
for a whole year, or until some expert
hunter should come along aud flush the ob
ject of his admiration when he would at
once gobble up the prise. There are men
who come into this world who cannot boast
of an
c
IS
* III
ter«, and If I
•«try, even up to the standard of
the common dunghill. There are many
very flue biidn of tlii« particular variety,
who are true to their kind. But the nonde
script who write« the editorial« for the Del
ware Ledger «hould at Jeaat try to get a
reputation of having man enough about
him to fill a very "small hole."
Truly yours, One or Them.
Newark, Del., Oct. 9.
Files an«l Buga.
File«, roaches, ant«, bed-bug«, rate, mice,
gophers, chipmunk«, cleared out by "Rough
on Rat«." lftc.
Men
young or old suffering from nervous or
physical debility or impotence should send
to Prof. Marston, 198 Fulton street, New
York, for a complete treatise on loat man
hood. Sent
er cover, free.
tts.w
'•Female Complaints."
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Ruffalo, S. Y.— Dxar Sir:
1 wrote to tell \ou what your "Favorite Pre
scription'* ha« done for me. I had been a great
nuflorer from female complaints, especially
"dragglng-down," for over six yean, during
much of tne time unable to work. I paid out
benefit
hundreds of dollar« without any
took three bottels of the "Favorite Premrlp
tlon." and 1 never hud anything dome so much
good In my life. I advise every sick lady to
Mit«. Emily Rhoada, McBrides, Mich.
till I
t A f
A Ntory to be Continued Monthly.
At the 148th Orand Monthly Drawing of The
IteoulslanaState Lottery nt New Orleans,
Tuesday, September lath. 1882, fortune re
warded her favorites most liberally (the wheel
was turned under the sole supervision of (Jen'ls
tl. T. Beauregard of I^i., and Jubnl A. Early
otVa.) The following will serve as samples,
the nainos of other winners are withheld by re
nnest. Ticket No. 42,101 (the first capital prise)
drew 976,ouo, and sold In fifths at one dollar
each, sent by mail on application to M. A.
Dauphin, New Orleuus, La., as will be done to
any other man on application made before No
vember 14th, the date of the 160th drawing.
One-fifth (916,000) wont to I). P. Blair, Prea't
East Miss. Mktm'l Ass'n, Columbus, Miss.,
another to K. R. Deaoou, collected through
Hates Co. Nat'l Bank, of rfutlcr. Mo.; another
to P. N. Johnson of Houston. Tex. No. 22,360
(the second capital prise of92&,000)
fifths—one of 95.000 to Peter O. Job
111 Seneca street,
another to Michael A. Finnegan of
place, Boston. Muss. No. 0,041 (the third capi
tal prise of 9!o,uuo) was sold to parties residing
New York city and New Orleans. Nos. 12,134
and 82.216 (the fourth capitals, each of 96.000)
sold to residents of Petersburg,Tenn., and New
York city
a
also sold In
nson of No.
teeavenwortli City, Kansas;
No. 1 Elder
ln
tut in/ini/um. Next month
the nainus und numhors will be changed, but
the story will he the same.
■ 1
WAJtNEM'8 C URE.
DneyiM
Og CURE
Disease is an «fleet, not a cause. IU origin If
within ; Its manifestation* without. Hence to
■ the disease the cause must he removed, and
other way can a cure ever be effected.
WARNER'» HAKE KIDNEY AND LIVBa
CUKE Is established on tust this principle,
realizes that
-
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arise from deranged kidneys aud
liver, and It strikes at once at the root of the diffi
culty. The elements of which It Is composed act
directly upon these great organs, both as a faod
aud restorer, and by placing them In a ksalthy
condition, drive disease and pain from the system.
For the Innumerable troubles caused by ua
healthy Kidney, Liver and Urinary Organs ; for
the distressing Disorders of Women ; lor Malaria,
and for physical derangements generally, this
great remedy has uo equal. Beware of Imposters,
Imitations and concoctions said to bejustasgood.
For Diabetes, ask for WAltNER'B 8AFKD1A
B ET ES CURE.
For Bale by all dealers.
H. H. WARNER A CO„
ROCH ESTER, N. Y.
RHEUMATISM AND QOuT CURED
establish by a chain of evidence
•ery* inquiry but makes stronger, that w«
, m ,„ fcllu or radical remedy for Rheumatlf
Disorders, aud we put that evidence within the reach
of every «uderer wilhtml money and without price, we
but the fool will turn lo it a deaj
bring to
, to \
When
Which <
have tho only real
claim that no
or close bis eyes to Hie qIoaI tidings
his blighted lile. In Ju« 1 - - :
dependent ramilles, and to the consummation of you!
lire's ambition before you were «trick n down by
ask you to go with us for a few moment*
who have drank of the waten
full of the jny oj health, ready to
toll to the world their glad experience. We will g re
you no false statement, aud make no assertiov which
rannoL by proper inquiry (by letter er t rough
friend«) be probed to the bottom and found to be fall
of truth.
Among hundred* cured oar present «p*ee allow* ua tore Iter
to Mr. Hnrriick, 118 Plymouth BU. Brooklyn! Motor Buffered
"poarMh»,* Srookiyn—Severe
St., Brooklyn —
ice to us, to y
disease,
to the homes of «<
of life and
wlth Chronic Rbrum
BhenmMlo
Gout.
Dr. Carmm
Chronic Itbeu
Mr. Itoehale
and
i'la Gou
SMC.u
lro*»klyu—Srintlcia Rh
S10U0 In other
451 Third Avenue, Brooklyn-Cb
4M
6 7
Rheu
Ne
Mr. ÜiitjlVnrt. 25» Balnbrldge PI-,
nmtory aud Chronic Rheumatism and Very bad
D ^îr*. P Plîkln«ton, 188 *4th St., Brooklya—Aen«« and Chronls
RheumatUm for year*; "had tried evorythlaf.
Dr. (toodri... W Vor« Olt, r (>a™.w «"..«.(taj^
n lifer* unjoin ted by
—Chronic, ner
Inflam
I
M Gro
Mr*. WnHaatsoa
Inflammatory Rheu
on, HiW
York
Bt.,Nc
Mr.
Wood. 104 Booth 81., New Tork-Chroalo
^îlrAbram? fv*Oreaawtoli Av., Now York—Chronic Bhoa
matina aud Klduoy
Gapt. N
, ü iï *OakUnd Av., Jersey Clty-Chraala
Judga Croaamau
HhouinatUm aoveral year».
Tho above named gentlemen know many other* eared by oar
E. O. of RheumatUm, Dysiwpata, Liver and Kidney D.aorder*.
Mow dr« till* matter deserved attention, or writ* na for
otrculanr with toiler particulars, and yoo wUI blec« the day
yon saw this adrartlcement.
Elmore, Adajna A Co., M A Hî*ï*w
Brooklyn, and 105 William St., K. YeC*
DANCING.
pROF. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,>
Wilmington, Del.
1882—SEASON OF—1883
COMMENCING MONDAT, SEPT. 11.
. OKKTLïMEN'S CLASS—Monday and Thura
fc^lnftfrom 8 to lo o'clock. Monday, Bep
CHILDREN'S CLASS-Thura
S5I-a-Äi ur ^ftF »/Wnooo*. commencing Sat
urday, Heptember 18. Thursday's from t to I
p. m. ; Saturday's trom S to 4 p. in.
LADIM' CLASS—Wednesday evening f
Grober » k ' commencln * •» Wednesday,
Anthelatest and most fkshlonable dances
e*. n ,Äer frieS^r ïfc
^ArioTdince! l " PWuS,r * d * ,rt * d 10 chlWre "
from 7
Sep
CHOICE OF DAYS.
Schools, seminaries or private classes In the
city or out of town shouldconfer with me as soon
as practicable for choice of daya.
During the summer the academy rooms have
been handsomely decorated and refit tod, and are
«i2t #p,e P dl . d c .onfiUon. They will fiereafler
parties ®* clll * tv ® 1 * «>r «*«•• purposes and select
For terms, circular, etc* apply at
H. F. ROBELEN'S,
No. 710 Market street,
or by mall to
A. ». WEBSTER.
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, Del.
augll-tf-40
vmm ant.
• J
r
V
r
THE DRESS COAT.
Holds a place in the circles of
fashion that no other style can
supplant. We have spared no
pains to make them in a first
class manner, and want you to
see them before purchasing
elsewhere.
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
•eptl3tjan-«4
JJOLIDAY !
JUMBO & BARNUM.
22 -Elephants-22
The Biggest and the Smallest,
—AND—
MIGHTY, MATCHLESS
JUMBO!
A
lU
The Mort Quiet and Gentlest of Them AIL
Barnum | London Show
United forever and will exhibit
Wilmington, Friday. Oct. 13.
The Greatest Traveling Amusement Venture
of any Age.
2 Enormous Mcnageriesfunder 2 Tents. 1 Hip
podrome In nearly % mile track. 1 Museum of
Living curiosities. 3 Circuses In Three Rings.
Making 7 Monster United Shows, and the might
lost and most brilliant FREE BTRECT PARADE
at 9 a. ro. from the grounds that the world
saw. Luxurious amphitheatre with seats for
20,000 people. Admission the same as to an ordi
nary show. To avoid the crowds at the wagons
on the grounds, choice seats
CHRISTY À SON'S, Cigar Store, Sixth'and Mar
ket streets, during the day at a slight advance.
No free tickets given away to any
ADMISSION, SO cents: CHILDREN
years 26 cento ; RESERVED SEAY'S,
extra.
be obtained at
under •
CHESTER, SATURDAY, OCT. 14*
OC14,6,6.7,9,10,11, IS, *8, wS-101
jhon railings
-AND
IRON WORK
FOR BUILDINGS.
J. P. WALTON & CO.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLI
CATION.
652 & 554 W. Sixth St.
Cincinnati
uyll-M
-THE
U
DAILY GAZETTE,
44
— ÜKD1
New Management,
—WITH—
New Features.
The Only Democratic
Daily in the
State!
FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS
Reports by Telegraph.
ALL THE
LOCAL NEWS
ALIVE PAPER
For "LIVE" People!
ONE
Only One Cent,
CENT,
Six Cents per Week.
Twenty-five Cents per Month.
SERVED BY
CARRIKRB IN ALL PARTS OF THK CITY.
By Mail, Postagk Paid:
One year, $3.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.55 in advance.
Three months, 80c in advance.
-the
DELAWARE GAZETTE
( WEEKLY. )
A Paper for the Whole
Peninsula.
THE FARMERS' FAVORITE JOURNAL.
CROWDED WITH LOCAL AND
TELEGRAPHIA! NEWS.
The Cheapest Paper
Published in the
State.
A First-class Advertising
Micdium for those who desire
speciaUy to reach the Agricul
tural Classes.
TERES -
One year, $2.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.10 in advance.
Three month«, 60c in advance.
ADDRESS :
BELL & TAYLOR,
NO. 416 MARKET STREET,
utuHinw.or
LIQUOR DEALERS.
E IIOLD IN STORE AND IN U. 8.
BONDED WAREHOUSES pure rye
les from the following celebrated dis
W
whisk
tllleries •
1. Overbolt A Go., Janunrv 1879 and June 1800.
A. Gucken he I ui er A Bro., May 1879.
fohe Gibson. Hon A Co., May 1879 and June 1880.
Hanois Distilling Co., August 1879.
Sherwood, November 1879 and June 1880.
everstnk (Reading, Pa.,) Februarv, ia§0.
U Vernon. May, 080.
be above g.,sds will be sold either ln bond or
— paid at the lowest market rates. Samples
may be seen at this store.
KO. 108MARKET STREET,
my»-®
FRANCIS KELLY * CO.
QRANOE DROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IK FACT—
THE PUREST. RICHEST AND BEST BYE
WHISKY EXTANT.
By the gallon or bottle.
JAMES A. KELLY,
Uniform ln
quality
Rich and delicate ln flavor.
Absolutelypure rye.
A sure and safe tonic.
* A reliable stimulant
8.W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE ST8.
myfl-ly-tt
gOMETHING NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Beat Beer Brewed.
John F. Betz A Son's, Celebrated Liebotschaner
Bohemian Lager Beer, Bottled by
JNO. MULROONEY,
801 A 80S TATNALL STREET, (North
went cor. Fifth and Tatnall,) Wilmington,
Also sole agent for John Gardiner A Co.'s Con
tinental Brewery ale and porter, brown stout aud
old stock ales. uiv3-20
TOHN P. DONAHOE,
O -HOTTLKK OF
AND BOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY
A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartholomay Rochester Beer.
.Tie brewings are unequalled for purity and
flavor; constantly on hand In kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters In all
the different flavors.
5«7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
S^Pollte and accommodating drivers. Orders
Is also conncc
and his signal
ny mall promptly attended to. He
ued with the Telephone Exchange.
1» -
myi-18
mm
Litud
0
TYRLAWARR CARPET HOUSE,
U NO. 309 MARKET STREET.
We have Just received a large stock
—OF FINS—
TAPK8TRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
INGRAINS AND DAMA8K
CARPETINGS
—Also a large assortment of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING» AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
JSfGive ut a call and satisfy yourself that we are
giving bargains. "®A
HENRY GREBE,
WILMINGTON. DE
ZBEEft
(BEFORE—AND — AFTER 1
Etoctrlc Appliance, am «ent on 30 Day«' Trial.
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