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LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF. "Winter clothe® now at cost—Levi's. Ghincoteague oysters at Blacklstoa'a If you want a 'beautiful valentine call at Scott's Pharmacy. WANTED—To borrow (bond and mortgage at 6 .per cent.—Box 373, Dover, Del. The Milford New Oemtursy Club will give a reception to its men friends on I $3,000 on We always keep a good line of agate j and tln.ware at lowest prices—The Magnet. 'Will ppy the highest market price far all kinds of grain.—A. G. Massey & Co., Dover, Del. Thursday evening next, Si. Valentine's day. d.f ylou need any .lamp wicks or re pairing of your lamps or sewing ma ohiine is out of order give us a call— Culveyhouse & Son. I tor Sale-Tnree town lots, two of six acres, one of three, valuable for building, pasture or trucking, nicely set In grass and In fine condition— George A. Millington. Dover, Del. FOR SALE—.1,000 bushels western reeleaneld clover eeed, 1,500 bushels . „„„ , . , ,. seed potatoes, 1,000 bushels black cow peas, 600 bushels whapowill peas, 500 bushels ®a>ga beans, 2,000 bushels white oats—J. E. Holland, Milford, Del. , (Ftoweirs, flowers, of all kind®,' both cut or in po:s; 100,000 cabbage plants, 1 ■ready to set soon as needed; potted flowers 'in endless variety; in fact everything in the flower line tio beaut'i- ! fy (the home.—.Baker's Green Hoiuse. j Governor 'Hunn and Former Govern or Elbe W. Tunnel! have 'accepted invi- ! tâtions to be .present at the eleventh annual .meeting oi tihe Delaware So ciety of New York at the Wlaldorf Astonia on Thursday next. Missionary anniversary will be he.ld in the Magnolia M. E. Church Febru ary 17, at 7.30 o'clock. An interesting program is arranged. All are Invited. Should tihle weather be unfavarable, the program will (be rendered the following Sabbath at the same hour. Revival i™s are »till fiiniine. r«n at ' •Revival services are still going on at Armory M. E. Church. (Souls are her Ing saved and many are being helped into a higher plane of living. On Sun day might it was impossible to seat the people and many stood on the steps. | Song service at 7 o'clock, came and bring your friends. I ■ ■ iWe sold out our entire stock of rub ber goods .to prepare tor the great re duction on February 18. 'We have just received a large new stock at cu't ' prices as follows: Men's storm rubbers,' 60c.; men's self-acting sandals, 50c.; ladies' storm rubbers, 35c. ; ladies', plain sandals, 30c. Call and get prices on men's first quality hip and short rubber boo.® and snag-proof rubbers. , Barger. I Ladies' Hair 1 Mrs. Li D. Whelen, ^ Dresser, Loockerman street near Depot DÔVCL braids, switches, puffs, all kinds of "hStf Wbric-;i»Ue:'Combings , tended to. | A "Legislative Cake Walk and Para-j ft Drill" will be given.- in Oulbreth'sj Hall on Wednesday -evening, February 20, under [the direction of Samuel Harper of Dover. It has been the eus tom for years for the colored people of Dover to hold an entertainment made up In any style. Hair dyeing. ' Shampooing with medical shampoo a specialty. Mall orders promptly at-j during the session of ithe Legislature, for the amusement of its members. ; . ! I : C»; .m V. Grand Old Me» Û IO« Some men seem to defy old age. They walk erect. Their eyes are bright. Their laugh is hearty. They are men of to-day— not men of yesterday. They are also men who have kept themselves in good physical condition in the past. As we grow older waste matter accumulates in the system. The body cannot throw it off without assistance. So, little by little the machinery of the body is clogged, vitality is lowered, and enjoyment of life ceases. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, cannot make old men young, but it does make them strong and healthy. By removing the waste accumulations, by increasing the blood supply, by strength ening the stomach and organs of diges tion and nutrition, and thus increasing the assimilative and nutritive powers, "Golden Medical Discovery" makes grand old men. «I suffered for six years with constipation and indigestion, during which time I employed sev eral physicians, but they could not reach my case," writes Mr. G. Popplewell, of Eureka prings, Carroll Co., Ark. «I felt that there no help for me, could not retain food on my stomach; had vertigo and would fall helpless to the floor. I commenced taking Dr. Pi Golden Medical Discovery and little 4 Pellets.* I good health for one of my age—6o years. I owe it all to Dr. Pierce's medicines." Dr. Pierce's Pellets greatly benefit old men by keeping the bowels in activity. rtHinirtWni' . : 2 .-; tree's am Valentine® at 'Levi Soott'e. For trunks and suât cases—Levi's. 'Writ® to Martin. & Co., 208 N. Oth street, for farm hands, cooks, etc. Highest cash price .paid for all kinds of raiw furs— S. J. Sipeal, Camden, Del. The Magnet, , _, , , (ir „ , J Ml ' anid Mrs ' d ' olh ' n W. Metcalf of Lewes, enitcir.alned a number of their ; friend® on the occasion of :.hedr T.h© micimbers of 'the pastsw'e class-of in a 'Get a good .clothes ihorse for 50c.. at I A full line of handsome valentines at 'Scott's 'Pharmacy. All ladle®' coats, capes and suits now at cost at Levi's. Don't eat tough beef. Try J. J. Scanlon's for excellent beef. hr If you are thinking of putting in an electric bell give us a call and get our prices—CUlve-yhoiuse & Son. twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Armory M. E. 'Church will cobwebto social Su urda.y evening, Feib rua.ry 16, in Carson's Hall. hold w. J. Massey, who is n,ow in Mis « « » . ... souri buying » carload of mules, well te reach Dover with them next week whem tihieiy will be offered fair ©ale. Hey. A. D. Melvin, president of the 'Maryland Annual Conference, will Dr. preach at Hebron M. P. Church and Provlidinoe M. P. Church, next Thurs- * e , , , . day and Friday evenings. ; , in ®ev. C. S. Baker, presidig elder of the Dover district, preached In 'Wesley M. E. 'Church, Georgetown, Sunday ! evening, at the fourth quarterly con fereimce of .the year. The Elyne Circle, which is composed of the young women .of the First (Presbyterian Church of Dover, eon ducted a successful festival In Benson's , The Eastern Shore Farmer and Fruit iCulturist, which is issued a. Salisibury, has made its appearance under 'the ; cafe Saturday night, I i The Tuesday nigh; class of Werter ! , M . B . G<ïû ,. lgetoWiU , celebrated ly anniversary laßt' r ni , ht wl ,th interesting exercises Rev. I Adain J , Ste(ngle pastlor l0 , f ltlis church laml lRev j H Wilaion also of George- 1 town made addresses.. ' The Smyrna High 'School Literary . c Association will hold special exercises to-morrow afternoon in Hoiuoe, when tha subject, "Resolved, I That the ship subsidy bill now 'before ! Congress should become a law," will .^g .debated. ! management of S. P. Woodcock and Fred B. Lee. ■ ■ M. the Opera , . Rev. Jeremiah Karcher of Phlladel- ' .ph'ia, faiher of Rev. .Marcellus Karc'h er, rector of St. Paul's P. E. Ohurch, George.'own, preached in the George ' town church Sunday, owing to the .inability of the St. Paul's rector. The latter fell on a loose 'board and severe ly sprained his ankle, , A dozen of the weal.hiesc capitalists j n o country—men who wield 1 albso-' , ; u te control over Immense business en I terprlses—'will tell ehe readers of The Saturday Evening Post (February 16) 1 why they remain in the race .which 1 to l " u ' y bave already won. Each of them «'rites frankly whether he makes money for its own sake, for the sheer , | Mrs. Margaret Dodd, wife of James ^ A - 'Dodd, a well-known farmer of Re ih-bbcith, suddenly expired while 'gather-, ing eggs 'in the. bam. Mrs. Dodd was sixiy-sevem years of age and leaves a H husband and four children' Mins. Wal - €r Faynter, -Mrs. Willard Collins, Miss Dodd and William Dodd. Funer al services were held S'at.urdlay*.after noian In Rehobolth Presbyterian -Church. ' joy of working, or to gain the .power wilth which vast capital invests itself. The following letters of administra tion have been granted by Register of Wills Oausey of Sussex county: On estate ot Thalia H. M. Frame, late of Indian River hundred, ito Robert P. j Davis; on estate of Jesse W. Allen, ; late of Sea ford 'hundred, to Nancy E. . „ „ „ , „ A fire alarm sounded in Dover just before noon Saturday, and os 'the' streets were coated with sleet, a num-j her of the volunteer firemen adopted j a novel means of reaching the scene of tihe fire. They donned thetr skates •a . „ , . . . Allen and 'Philip Allen; on estate of ! Sa " ah J - J,os&ph ' tate of Lmves and . I Rehoboth hundred, to Edward Dicker : ; i : ! sion; on estate of Rachel D. 'Davidson, late of Cedar Creek hundred, to James A. Harding and James H. Milby. and quickly glided to the fire, where they went to work and soon had the . (lame® extinguished. The fire occurred : in a small 'house occupied by Enoch David, but so prompt was the response - j Tihe funeral of Isaac Th ornas, one of tha beet known (residente of Kent' county, who died at the age of 71 years, j was iheld from bis late borne near! Marydel yesterday. Services were ikald In Thomas' Chapel, a Methodist to the .alarm, that the damage was very slight, only a hole «in .the roof be ing burned. church named for the family of the deceased, and which ils situated a few miles from the .Maryland, line. Rev. Alfred Smith, D. ID., pastor of 'Wlesley M. E. Ohurch, Dover, a life-long friend of .the deceased, conducted the services, assisted toy Rev. E. R. Slidell, pastor of ithe church. Mr. Thomas leaves a large family of grown Chllldren. Hi® wife died several years ago. DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable, Almost everybody who reads the news know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. I Kilmer's Swamp-Root, j the great kidney, liver JL and bladder remedy. It is the great medi cal triumph of the nine teenth century; dis covered after years of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the emi U - ~fc L3s^r . " nent kidney and biad der specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's S\vanip=Root is not ommendedforoverythingbutifyouhavekid ney, liver or bladder trouble it v/ill be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, i:i hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in papers is sure to 1 ! ' J lCI \ hr r . - everycasethat a special arrangement has bee* made by v/hich all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a samrjle bottle sent free by mail, also a book te JJ^g more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble, When writing mention reading this generous Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Bing-^ffil|p|| hamton, N. Y. The "EÜA _ * e S uiar . fifly cent , ,^ nd i dollar sizes arc sold by all good drugg sts. KS Why pay more—excellent quality of 1 j Rt. Rtiv. 'Leighton Coleman, Bishop Diocese °f Delaware, will preach in the Oxford, Md., P. E. Church, on tihje Lenten ' I ! writing paper, 10c. box—The Magnet Thursday, March 21, services. a. :Rev. Edwin Gardner, pastor of Cilreis- 1 wold M. E. Church, will lecture before the Epworth League of St. Paul's! ChxirCh, ! Clayton, nex., his subject being "Our Duty." ; Monday night ..h I _ - „ ! T 1 ' „ i tlh ' „.w , .v.' 1 * yl .' Sr ,? y ! W«t «UtU ' ly r U*uL the Navy ^r a year's r rirement owing ni» health i I ' neairn. | 'Iwv. Joseph'Brown Turner of Dover i 1 ,moid,s ' Pa ' !:i0ir 4île Presbytery ot New Caatl®. partidpa.sd 3n tihe installa ton Rev. Wullu.m L. Freund as pastor . c ,f Hanover Presbyteirian Church, Wil mOngton last migh t I ! ! ■ : j I lie Ladites Mite Society of Asbury M. E. Church, Smyrna, has elected the following officers: President, Tobias Durney, formerly of .Cordova who recently died at his ho.m.e in Cen , tireville, was the father of Austen Dur . ney of the U. S. S. .Nashville, who cut tihia cables at Oienfuegoes during the ' Spimish-American War. ! Mrs Mary M. Smithers; vice-presidelnt, Mrs.lj Mary E. Denney; secretary, Ma®. Clar , ende Prebtyman; treasurer, Mrs. Mary 'Stevens; parsonage comimillteie, Mrs. : ! A successful "Plump Social" was given by the young people of Asbury' M. E. Church, Smyrna, when the ad Kate Smllthera. mission fee was charged according to 1 the weight of the guests. .Each person weighing over .100 .pounds was obliged to pay a sum of money for each extra pound. i Dr. Ourryer of (W-iiseoinisLn, well known as a euccessful hioirse breeder ' ^ and ltra! j aer , d . e .Mv€lred leoiures at 'Will- j low Gnove anid Keit, 0 n this afternoon' anid to-night. He will be at .Milford' to-morrow and at Smyrna Friday. ' H , ls j^ty-f-gg .be of great pract'eal va t ue ito ^ aTme rs of this vicinity, ! 1 IProf. James E. Carroll, the newly elected superintendent of the Kent county public schools, will hold his first exomliniaitioa for first and second ._ I 1 grade certificates next Saturday, in Dover. This will be for the benefit of j *" Special .Missionary services .will be held In St. Paul's M. E. Ohurch, Clay ton, next Sunday afternoon, when the j pastor, Rev. O. W. DaVemiah, will he .assisted by Presiding Elder W. F. Corkiran und Rev. 'William Fartes of teachers la ith-e county who are teach ii*n!g wiitihout a certificate, or whose cer tificates have expired. The Kent Club of Dover, .will give •a reception ito their women friends in their pretty rooms In the Priscilla nfxt n . ight . Tfcere wil , . be about 100 guests and cards will be ; the feature of the evening. The com i mitte© in charge of ithe .affair are Vs : Henry P. Jones, Frank C. Smith and ! H. C. Walker. s myrn a. Each child contributing $1 will be given a medal, and there will considerable good matured rivalry .between tihe classes. A correspoiKk'n!' writes to -the Lon don Saturday Review: "It is surely - time that London editors understood j the simple fact that LI and Chang are, respectively, the surnames of the in diViduals referred to; Hung Chang and j Chih Tung answering to what we call Christian, or personal, names. )To speak of Li Hung Chung, therefore, as Li Hung (I bave even seen Li-bung),! is .as ridiculous as it would toe to speak, say, of a Mr. Joseph Smith as Mr. SmitbjO. I't is a pity, in 'the interest® of accuracy, that so many papers printed the exwicenoy's name Li Hung' Chang instead of Li Hung-cibange, the former .method presenting no dlsbine ittan between the surname and the cognomen, .while the latter method diffenentiitates them at a glance." PERSONAL ANA SOCIAL. Arthur Hopkins and 'Oarey, both of Lewes, were married a', the home of the bride 's parents at Blliendale. They will reside in Lewes, lA'din« Elliott and Miss .Nellie Ellis, daughter iof W. M. Ellis .of near Del mar, were married in Melson's M. E. Church, Rev. C. W. Strickland officiat ing. After a rece.ption at the home of uhe .bride, Mr. and .Mrs. Elliott left for Delunar, their future home. Miss Lizzie The marriage of Mites Corinne Sher wood, a popular member of Milford's Social set, and F. L. Fin law of Phila delphia, formerly of Milford, which occurred several months ago, has just beta announced. Miss Edith Fleming Thawley, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Thaw l'tiy of Denton, and Harry W. Stpurks of Hillsboro, were married at the home of .he bride, Rev. F. Beaven officiating. R'cV. George S. Lilgiru-niir, a imeimb'er <* the West Virginia. Conference M. E. r ,. u ^»'ttrch isouoa, was married early to Muas Maggie Jump, daughter -of Charles ,M. Jump, near Cordova The e aremotn y wm performed toy Rev M C . ( awl M" mil left immediately for their new home i Mrs. Lightner a Weston, Pa. Against Than Sinning," was given iln the 1 Smyrna Opera Housia last might, by j members .of the Bachelors' Bund. The . was as follows: Squire Hilton, (who comes of am dllus .rioua family). IW. W. Hymson ' Mawmaiduke (his son).Scott Wilds I Alphonsus Belhavah (a land agent).. J. B. Krusiein Jbni» rti.iiiueat in amyrua. ! The drama, "More Sinned 1 'Dick Harvey (in unscrupulous vtl la ™ Charles B. Thorn ley Major Lookout (a jolly good fellow) I. E. Brown „ ! Teddy O'Neil ('rale sprig of the ould «X» .J.c. Munnering 'Captain de Balzac (a romnaint of 'the ' Em ' pire) . J - H - Br ' tat0,n Anidy ' Tom ' Jane ' l*™*&*"> . i A ' »• J ' ester ' Hllrry Colline ' William | MicDowell, respectively. ; i jcm.feon (an aristocratic s'er- j van of ilhe olden time).(Harvey Jones ..... r »io r.rpE WAS SAVED ! 1110 " 1 waö savnu. "I was taken Into Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen ; : of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder- ; ful deliverance from a frightful death. In telling of it he says: with Typhoid Fever, that ran Pneumonia. My lungs became hard j ened. I was so weak I couldn't even ' sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I ex p eole( j p 0 soon die of Consumption, ! when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis- . -lcovery. One bottle gave great relief. continued t0 use it, an d now am well and strong , j ca , n - t say too much in lt8 ; pral8e » Thlg ma , rve iious medicine i s 1 : the surest and quickest cure In the j ! world for all Throat and Lung Trouble, i Regular sizes 50 cents and $1.00. Trial j bottles free at Clark & McDaniel's . Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed. ! ! ! 1 CALIFORNIA. I_ _ . „ _ , i Thirty - flve Daya yia P® nnsyl ! vania Railiroad. ' Tlie Pennsylvania (Railroad Com j pamy has arranged for a special per | sonally-co-nducted tour through Cali-! fornia, to leave New York and Phila-i ' delphia on February 14,by the "Golden Gate .Special,' composed exclusively of i i I i ' ! 1 j ' ' Pullman parlor-smoking, dining, draw ing-room sleeping, compartment, and ' observation cars, returning by March' ! 20. This special train will be 1 over the entire route. The best hotels run I will be used where extended stops are 1 made, but the train will be at the con stant command of the party. Round-trip tickets, covering all necessary expenses, $450 from all points on Pennsylvania Railroad ex cept Pittsburg, from which point the rate will be $445. For further information apply to ticket agents; Tourist. Agent, 1196 Broadway, New York; 4 Court Street *" Brooklyn; 789 Broad Street, Newark , N. J.; B. Courlaender, Jr., Paseenget Agent Baltimore District, Baltimore j Md.; Colin, Studds, Passenger Agent be Southeastern District, Washington, D * c.; Thos. E. Watt, Passenger Agen ! -Western District, Pittsburg, Pa.; u» he 1 address Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant Gen ; F. 1 eraI Paase nger Agent, Philadelphia, of in , be Vs " j ! j i i ! j j $1 ! as O' m Dizzy? Then your liver isn't acting well. You suffer from bilious ness, constipation, Ayer's Pills act directly on the liver. For 60 years the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure., 25c. All druggists. Want your moustache brown or rich black ? Then beard a beautiful for the Whiskers UlïïSÜSi, BUCKINGiWS BYE _6g_ £ .T » c o^ Sub'sori'be for »tih© Delta wairean AVAVVV v WVV VV ' (JOT A COIKJII ▼ TYfWV¥Y' YOU DO NOT WANT? . Scott's Cough Balsam can be depended on to cure it. need to worry if yon lake a dose of this Cough medicine as soon as you feel the cold coining on. It goes straight after the cough—nothing else. . . . Levi Scott, DRUGGIST, Dover, Del arm re via Pennsylvania The second Pennsylvania Railroad FLORIDA. Two Weeks' Tour Railroad. tour of the season to Jacksonville, al-. lowing two weeks in Florida, will leave .New York and Philadelphia February 19. 'Excursion ticke.®, including railway transportation, 'Pullman accommoda .'ions (one .berth), and meals en route In both dilractlloms while traveling on the special train, will he «old at the following raies: 'New York, $50.00; Philadelphia, 'Harrisburg, Baltimore and Washington, $48.00; Pittsburg, $53.00, anid at proportionate rates from other points. For tickets, itineraries, and other 'in formation apply to ticket agents, Tour 1st Agent at 1196 Broadway^New York; 4 Court Street, Brooklyn; 789 Broad Street, Newark, N. J.; B. iCourlaender, Jr " PaBse ' n ® OT »^timoré Dis trfct ' Baltt ® we - Md " C " Ko Studds ' Passenger Agent Southeastern District, Washington, D. C.; Thos. E. Watt, Passenger Agent Western District, Pittsburg, Pa.; or to Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Passenger Agwit, Broad Street Station, Philadelphia. An examination for first land second grade certificates will be held in Dover ®n Saturday, February 16. Teachers' Examination. J. E. C ARROLL, Supt. Schools Kent Co. ! Keith Gossip. ,K,etol1 b '°' okiD S s "elude Bernard and the A ^°' us,t family. At Keiah's, Bos too, on Monday last, Mr. Bernard was accorded eleven curtain calls by the lar Sest assemblage that ever packed bi 'g house. <Ab Keiths ;his week the bfograph w ' h |' ctl accompanied the allied farces will convey the auditors to China, af fondling a remarkable panoramic view of the private-palaces of the Emperor of China. Taken from the "Wu-Men" or Noon Gate. No Christian had ever looked upon the Forblidden City until -after the recent occupation by :the al lied forces. Queen Victoria's last pub lic appearance ia aleo reproduced, showing the Queen still alive. "It 'is doubtful," said the Providence News, "If any animal act has so ex-, I cited the children patrons of Keith's i as dots that of .Reed's 'bull terriers this week. Many of their 'tricks are alto gether new here, others are most amusing and all are so well done and ' with apparent enjoyment on the part of the dogs themselves. A dog come dian may be a novelty, hut he 'is none the less a reality. There Is no denying ! the fact that the -two .bag-punching 1 dogs provoke -more hilarious shouts of j laughter than any ic-ther feature in a ' toit! crowded full of laughing hits. In many respects, Reed's bull terriors ' give the -beet animal -act seen in vaude ville here this season." These canines will be one of Keith's local features this week. ' , j , * Ë3 Best cough syrup, r ! ; 15> : L drutral - -■ A THOUSAND TONGUES j Could not express the rapture of Annie E. Springer, of 1125 How ! ard St., Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New j Discovery for Consumption had i completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden. All other i remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she says of this ! Royal Cure—"it soon removed the j pain in my chest and I can now j sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe." So will every one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Clarke & McDaniel's drug store; every bottle guaranteed. Subscribe tor the Delawarean. SLAUGHTER & BICE PRISCILLA BLOCK, DOVER. Clover Seed Timothy Seed Seed Oats Headquarters far reliable seeds. We are showing the first lot of clover seed ever in store here. Toledo contract prime, guaranteed 98 88-100 per cent, .pure timothy seed. Orchard, herd, .blue .and lawn grass seed. Seed po tatoes. Oarlo.au seed oats to arrive soon. Landret'h's new stock garden seed. Seed Sowers Star wheelbarrow seed sowers. The best. iNew model seed drills for sow ing ail small seeds, also combined drills .and cultivators. 'Syracuse and Oliver .pattern plow® all sizes. Castings, etc. STEEL LEVER DRAG HARROWS. Barb Wire American Fencing Poultry Netting We are manufacturer's agents for Waukegan barb wire. Buy It, because H is 25 per cent, cheaper than any other wire. Also agents for American steel fencing, the. best woven fence built, jp ur au( j PJusll Robes jj orse BluBket *®°^ 8 at gwutljr reduced prices. You can aj:Ve 'SObd money now. DROSS CUT SAWS, AXES, HELVES, SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS, HOES AND RAKES. Harness All Kinds Closing out our entire stock of these W© are better than ever jt» supply your needs in this line. ' Anything not in stock, furnished at short notice. Good hand-made harness to order, a specialty. Paint ««"«"• Eibra, $100 h , 0USeh ° W , S f ecl ' a1 ^' ^ aluminum paints, «.«toe, enamels, car t«*«« Paints, etc. 'Paint your porch chairs now. They will not be sticky when needed. Atlburn Wagons Hollywood, our best grade, $1.25 pet Geratende rfer's and Car load to .arrive soon. To close out a few wagons in stock we are mak ing big reduction to cash buyers. Every Auburn wagon guaranteed. BRICKS LIME, COAL, CEMENT, PLASTER, FIRE BRICK AND CLAY. TERRA COTTA TILE. SLAUGHTER & BICE. Jos. Nickerson, 1 »ealer in FISH I OYSTERS, 1 I ; CIGARS and TOltACCO. Opposite BAYARD HOUSE Dover, Del. The One Complete Writing-machine ij is the• llemih^ton Standard Typewriter 1 It does not rely on one or two special features good enough to talk about, but upon all round.... \ Excellence and Durability y which produce the Bgst \ Work all the time and lots j of it. SEND FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE j NEW MODELS. WYCKOFP; -SEAMANS fiflVCDICT, 131 E BaJtfraortf jSt., Baltimore Albert S. Bailey, General Commission Merchant Poultrv Eggs, Barries & Potatoes a Speoialtv. 137 - Froduce PHILADELPHIA. No. Avenue. Ship us your Produce We guarantee quick sales, highest market price and prompt returns us Write for quotation.