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l)K sale ok exchange fok
r DWELLINGS.
k 100x140 feet on Eighth streot, between
►Ison and Frankll . streets.
E140 feet, northeast corner of Eighth and
Muon streets.
Kl'20 feet, south side of Eleventh street,
feen Jefferson and Madison streets.
\y xioo feet, northwest corner of Ninth
julayton streets.
E. H. GKEGG,
Clayton Hou.se Building.
rflt
DK SALE-A GRIST MILL A DWELL
flnii. stable, etc. near Cecilton. Cecil Co.,
A good location for business to a prac
iiinr,. I will sell on such ter • s as he can
Je the payments without materially af
[ng his capital. For further particulars
|v at eih Market street or 903 Gilpin ave
Kilrgton, Del. JJHN H. LEWIS.
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(K SALE - BAY HAMBLE
tonlnn mare. 7 years old ; all ,
gowl stepper. Also, a brown
go colt, four years old, partly broken,
i. *200 for either one. Also, young cow
g| with calf by her side Price, $80.—
PcredIt given. Ca
m. New Castle road
;ton. Bel.
IK SALE-ON MONTHLY INSTALL
mentis—Three two story brick houses (7
s anti shed kitchen) with insideshutters,
deiced Mato mantles and list tlo rgraln
id varnished. All the material No.l,
Rework done by the day. Apply to
2$ McCOJiKLE Jr., 911 Market st. i27tf
jaw
at E H.
, Post office, Wll
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bo f
DK SALE. - A HANDSOME
■ black mare, 7 years old; r:tr
ed sound, very stylish, pleasant drl.
[safe for a lady. Can bo seen at HA
jrs stable, Shipley st. between Seventh
[Eighth streets. au3-2tf
)K SALE.—A VALUABLE YOUNG
mare ; kin i in all harness; promo
u table for a lady to drive; will r
bargain. Call or address 622 W. Front
jy23.tr
»t driv
>e sold
t.
W-ONE ENGINE
.n. swing, 23 ft. length of
rs witn 30 in. chuck, three tool rests, and
Mid order; at Crossley's Machinery Ex
ge, 112 Shipley street.
)K SALE.—A FINE ALDER-0
ney cow with ca If 4 weeks old. fi
Jones gutukie, foot of m!
K SAL*
iy31 e-o-d
ot
y to
J >'28 tf
t.
K SALE-AT A GREAT BARGAIN—
a new. first-class, unused «owlng nia
. Parties desiring it, address .1. W. R,
tflee.
jy27-3t-eod
R SALE-FIRST-CLASS BUILDING
stone de ivered to any part of the city.
F. H. LAW.
Near Mt. Salem M. E. Church.
JU SALE- HAY COLT, FOUR ^
years old; warranted sound; cun
fust. Can, be seen at Lafayotto- ao.es.
s u3-tl
to
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UK SALE—A FIVE HORSE POWER
engine and boiler in running order, will
bid cheap for want of nse. Anply at the
VJBLICAN ( Bice.
)K SALE-A LARGE HAY MAKE, 7
yearsold. suitable for farm or draught
o§es. Apply at 713 West Front st. )y21tf
>K SALE—MAKKtl OR STOKE
wagon, cheap. Apply at 824 W. Front
t. jy31-6t*
FOR RENT.
FUR RENT.
• r c have several very desirable
ses for rent to good tenants,
it from to $•'!() per month.
IIEALD & CO.
Dt
)K RENT-THESTOKE ON KIDDLE'S
Banks, to a man with energy and a mod
> capital. Tins is an excellent opportun
)r a successful business. Apply to
.1 AS. RIDDLE, SON A CO.
81
pH KENT CHEAP-STALL IN STA
r bie on May street, between 7th anil 8th
{ Ailauis streets Apply at 801
jolo-tf
on roe
e street or at this office
IK KENT - FURNISHED ROOMS,
'With hot and cold water, bath and gas.
rally located. Address li. B., thlsottice.
au2-3tf
K KENT-A 6 ROOM BRICK HOUSE,
in good repair. Apply at 311 Market
jy30-6t*
K KENT-FOUR-ROOMED H< >USKS
over llth street bridge. Apply
1EKMAN, Fifth and Market. au3.tf
K RENT-STORE AT 109 SHIPLEY
street, with rooms if desired. Apply
jy30aul,4f
N
remises.
)K RENT-A SHOP WITH STEAM
power,
t st. [i
sylvuuia avenue near
tfl .IAS. S. ASHWORTH.
Pe
IK RENT-4 UK o PLEASANT ROOMS,
centr<iIly located. Address Z. 11.. this
_ uul-3tf
UK KENT-2 DESIRABLE OFFICES,
at No. 229Shipley street. Dr. H. OAK
. Dentist. jyl2-tf
R KENT-A 7 ROOM HOUSE. AP
ply at Cigar Store, N. W. corner Third
\dains streets.
jySl-fltf
WANTED.
ANTEI-Ti) GET VACANT HOUSES
to rent. Renting made a specialty,
nicnts iu good demand. **\F. COhLISS
Estate Broker, 616*^ Market st. jylo-12
J ANTED—A DRUG CLERK, MUSI
be a graduate of pharmacy. Refer
required. Address Dru«, this office.
j y 9-tf
T ANTE,, — A VOUNU »I,VN, 1). K
r hookkc per,wishes a situation at hook
ping, clerking, or a
es. Address F. W., this office. jy28-0t*
s salesman. Refer
7 ANTED. -A FEW GENTLEMEN
' can tic .icconunodulcd with board at
Poplar street. jy2-tf
TAN'iED-A BLACKSMITH AND A
b"dy-in«iker, at Novelty Carriaau
rk«, Seeon . and French streets. a3-3t*
TANTED-A PLAGE IN A(4ROGERY
' sto:e, have had some experience. Ad
's O. C. M . this office.
uug2-3t*
ANTED—BOARDERS AT 901 TAT
nail st. Pleasant rooms and good ao
modatit ns. Also, tablo board.
lul-tl
rANTED—A GIRL TO DO HOUSE
work, at 612 Monroe st.
J ATNEli—2 BOARDERS AT 110 EAS'l
Second Greet. au3-3tf
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1ARD1NG — DESIRABLE SECOND
Hour rooms, with board : also, table
au3-3tf
i
. at 500 King street.
tST—A GOLD S<5ARF PIN IN THE
shape ot a bug, with cateye stonos in
""d diamond-set wings. The finder will
ewarded l*y leaving it at the Morning
s office. Supposed to have been lost near
ess office on Market street. jy24-tf
EKIFK'S SALK—BY V1KTUE OF A
writ of Levari Fa-'ltlfl, to
v ill lie exposed to Public Sale at the
rson House, kept by John Bichardson,
e Uity and Hundred of New Castle,New
le County, Delaware,
UN WEDNESDAY,
DAY OF AUGUST, 1883,
lo o'clock, a. m.,
« following described real estate, viz :
ill that c;rtain farm or tract of land situ
d in New Castle and Rod Lion Hundreds
the County of New Castle and State oi
•aware, hounded and described as follows,
J" : Heginning on the north side of the
i l ,. rou, l ieaiiing from Summit Bridge to
u Lion, ami lioiiudud by landsof A. H.SI1
and Red Lion Creek, landsof John G
cine land of Joseidi Alien,lands of Satnu
, • * °rter. lands forindrly of Thomas M.
reman, and lands ot Stephen (Biles, «•
Will* Of Und. more nr low, with n
me bouse, and frame stabling, and other
"uifilings thereon eroctud.
t»* e, V a f"l in execution as the pro
y or John Faw and Hannah Faw, his
and 1.1., and to lie sold by
tIM1 , JAMES MARTIN. Slioriff.
iikkikk n Office, Wilmington, July 3u,
direct
I'HE 16
By
al
the
Y
In
say
D w L , 1 _ -— -very
w. KLINE fc» GREAT NERVE RE
,,,' rcr the wonder of the age for all lars
AI1 flftt stopped froe. Send Box
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.
8.
931
THE 8REOT flERMM
REMEDY
FOR PAIN.
RalitvM and osw
RHEUMATISM,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lumbaga,
BAfKACHS,
BimCHS, WQTHAOW
SORE THROAT,
QUINSY. SWILLIN'*
SPRAINS,
Bunntti, Outs, Bruit*,
FROSTBITES,
BrviS.SCAUW,
Aol. other bodily mVm
• ud paina.
K*TT CWtS i MTTIA
Bold by ,11 DraffftUu m 4
Dealers. Dlrecuoua la 11
laugaagM.
Th# ChariMAV8fa!er0n,
(SMMMon to A V«ite a 0*.)
BalUaora, *4, D.S.A
af
(7
to
I
NOTICE*.
rjio IKON MANUFACTURERS.
Offick ok thk LmiiT-HorsK Board,
Washington, D. C.,July 28.1888.
Sealed proposals will be received at this of
fice until 2 p. m., of Wednesday, the 16th day
of August, 1883, fur furnishing the materials
and labor of all kinds necessary for the com
pletion of the metal work fur the Cape San
HI$s and Sanihel Island Light-Houses for the
coast of Florida.
Plans, specifications, forms of proposal,and
other information, may ho obtained on appli
cation to this office.
The right Is reserved to reject any
bids, ami to waive any defects.
jy28 eod 6t STEPHEN C. ROWAN,
V'ice-Admiral, U. S. Navy, Chairman.
all
rjlAX PAYERS, TAKE NOTICE.
The undersigned, receivers of taxes for the
city of Wilmington, will be at No. 10 East
Sixth street,
and after this date, between
the hours of s and 12 in the morning, and
from 2 to 8 in the afternoon, for the purpose
of receiving taxes. On all taxes paid during
the month of July there will be a reduction
«f 5 cents on every dollar: all taxes paid in
August, will be no reduction; and on all such
taxes paid on and after the first of September
shall l»e Increased by the addition of 6 pel
cent, on the amount thereof.
EDMUND PROVOST.
Receiver of Northern District, including all
north of Sixth street.
to
DENNIS KANE,
Receiver of Southern District, including all
south ot Sixth street. jy 10-tf
REWARD—AS,THE EXECU
V/vJ tive of Delaware, 1 offer a re
of $500 for the arrest and apprehension
of Colllngwood P. Huilett. who escaped from
jail at Georgetown, Del., after midnight
Sunday morning. Description: height about
five feet ten inches, rather spare, hUh 'cheek
hones, voice peculiar fine and cracked, bn,wn
hair and small dark eyes, sharp chin, false
upper teeth.
j)2.tf
CHAR. C. STOCK LEY,
Governor.
N
OT1CE—DIVIDEND.
Ufficeofthe WilmingtonCoalGasCo , (
Wilmington, August 1, 1883. (
The Directors of the Wilmington Coal Gas
Company have tills day declared
of $3 per share for tne past six months, pay
aide on demand. Will. P. TA YLOR,
'i roasurer,
au2-lot No. 300 Shipley street.
dividend
'VTOTIUI4-300 SHAKES OF NEW STOCK
have Just been Iseueil by the Alechenlee'
Loan Asrociation. The investment is paying
over 7 per cent, per annum. Persons owning
this stock and wishing to withdruw at any
time, can do ao and will receive at the rate o'f
0jier cent, on the same. Anyone desirous of
securing stock can do so by calling
MORROW, Secretary, 417 French st. anl&tf
W. J
OTICE. -- Tlith FRANKLIN LOAN
Association is now ottering shares for
sale in die new scries just being Issued. No
hack payments. This association is in u pros
perous condition, and oilers a good opportu
nity fur persons desiring to borrow money
real estate security. Shares $1 each. Apply
W M. E. HAWKINS, Secretary
jy 10 tu-th-sa-lm
1 ' EW HAMS' CHINESE FIRST-CLASS
J Laundry, No 211 King street. Clothes
done up uicely. Warranted to give satisfac
tion. Give usa trial, if vou please. Fine
shirts, luc.; new shirt, 13c., 2 for 26c.: starch
and null fine shirt. 8c.; 2 handkerchiefs, 3c,;
culls, 6c.; stockings, 3.; neckties, 3.; under
jy31-lui*
N
ly
iu
tal
to
712 Market street.
for
she
clothing, s.
T HE K1VEKV1EW ACADEMY,
DELAWARE CITY. DEL,
A boarding and day school for both sexes,
opens on Monday, September 17, 1683. Price
fur board and|tuition, )$250
extras. Nothing furnished by jiupils. Send
forci.ciilar to C.d. ALEXANDER N CO.,
jy31*2m Delaware City. Del.
not
annum. N
OTICE—THE MEMBERS OI' l I HER
ty Lodge, No. 6, A. O. of G. I'., and the
Order in general, are respectfully icquested
to meet at their hall, on Sunday, at 1 o'clock,
|>. m . to attend the funeral of our late broth
er. .1 "ines K. Sulterley, at Wilmington
Brandywine cemetery. By order EtiioW G
au3-2t J. HENRY BlRClvS, K See
N
OTICE—THE MEMBERS OK HA it
nmny Council. U. F. of A., are rci|ucst
o.i to meet at the
Sunday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, August 6. to
attend the funeral ot our late brother, J as.
K. Sutterley. By order or the W. K,
[a3-2t]
Attest;
N
, 415 Marke' ^
RICHARD HERITAGE.
Lons J. Dkwsnoc, li, S.
1
UE CREAM—MRS. P. TAGGART HAS
opened
n o cream garden at herresi
thu Piiiladuipliia Pike, adjoining
Riverview cemetery. 'This will make a de
lightful ride or walk from the city. Every
thing in first-class order and the best cream
served.
donee,
jeiy-tt
VTOT1UK-TH EKE WILL BE A SPECI AL
il meeting of the Delaware Fire Co., No.
3, held Saturday evening, at 7.30 o'clock.—
Every ineiuher Is requested to be present, as
business of importance will lie transacted.
E. F. LUMMlai, Secretary.
N otice - we want it dndek
stood that wo will not pay any bills,
oxcopt by those In the family so contracted
without a wrltton order from 11KO. W. V EK
NON At SONS.
au3-2t
OTIUE-NEW STOCK FOR SALE IN
liie Star 1
N
Assneintion: Ai
PHILIP PLUNKETT, Third and
streets, or to JOHN F. MJLLKK, 833 Mar
ket street.
H*'y to
Market
jy!9 cod-liu
A P08I I IVI. KKK
i lay-Fcver.
OF
Catarrh?
can rccom
u d Ely's
Bilm to
y ►'oyer
RT"ELY'S 'jBlil'ii
rCftFAM n(A.»Mw' uni urs 11 l,c
in my ujnu
and a
— 1 w«s afflicted
with Hay Fo er
tw» nty-five
years, und never
iieforo found per
manent
W K It H
HAsKiNs,Marsh
fiold, Yf
FJItAlB *OW*« Mkllo
tL wfll
l*i
-I.
ief.
H
&M
to
hay-fever
Apply ny the little ttngor into the nostrllt.
By absorption it effectually Meanses the :
al passages < >f cata rrhal virus, causl rig heaI thy
secretions. It allays inflammation, p
the membranal linings of the head ft
dltional colds, completely heals tliesoros and
restores the sense of taste and smell, liene
ttclal results are realized by a tew applies
tions. A thorough treatment will euro. Un
equaled for colds In head. Agreeable to use
Bend for circular. Sold by druggists. Bt
mail 600. a package—stamps.
ELY'S CREAM BALM 1
mu*
• rnt.erO
ad
ly
CO., Oswego,N.
co- 3d
Y
pEKNONAL.
Weak and undeveloped parts of the human
body enlarged, developed and strengthened,'
etc., is an Interesting advertisement long run
In our paper. In reply to Inquiries we will
say that there is no evidence ot humbug about
this. On the contrary, the advertisers
highly endorsed. Interested persons
may get sealed circulars, giving all partlou
lars by addresuing Erie Medical Co., P. c*
Box 613, Buffalo, New York.—^Tolodo Evening
Bee. ra5.tu,th,8ft-166t
all.
as
"
LENA'S MISTAKE.
BY ElKTTH KlICKWOeO.
lo was after break fast, diaries Ail
ing sat, before the large French desk in
his library, writing crsiLy, while bin
pretty wife, Lena, hovered lovingly
about him.
Leaning on the back of his chair, her
eyes wandered over the hniumerahle
little drawers and shelves for papers,
and her curiousity grew as she gazed.
u Charlie."
"Well?"
"You always keep this desk locked
when you a re. n't using it. "
"Yes."
" Well, these little drawers look
enticingly mysterious. Let me rum
mage through them, won't you, while
you finish that, tiresome paper?"
Mr. Ailing laid down his pen and
shook his head.
" Sorry to refuse you anything, Lena
dear; but I have everything in order
just as I want it, your rummaging
would give me no end of trouble. I'll
show you every drawer and every cor
ner myseif some day, doesn't that
satisfy you?"
But Lena pouted ami turned away,
and Mr. Ailing, being iu a hurry,
shrugged his shoulders and went on
with his work.
Lena had a reason for her request. A
moment before she made it herbushaud
had opened one of the drawers, and she
bad noticed a package of black-edged
letters addressed in a very peculiar
hand.
She had seen the writing before ami
knew it belonged to Miss Morris, and
■Julia Morris was the one grievance iu
Lena Ailing's married life.
Once, when Lena had been teasing
him with persecuting little questions,
she had ended by asking ;
" Did you ever love anyone before
yon loved me?"
"No. ''
4
in
" But you admired others ? Now you
know you must have!"
"Oh, crowds "
" But whom did you admire most of
all '!
And this misguided mail had frankly
aiiHwercd :
"My cousin Julia. ''
That waM enough. Thereafter Lena
found it hard to love Julia, though slut
watched and studied her to try to
imitate what. Charlie liked, and made
her tiny self absurd by assuming her
stately cousin's majestic ways.
Meanwhile Mr. Ailing finished his
paper, folded it and put it iu his coat
pocket.
After that he opened the very
drawer on which Lena's suspicion
rested, removed the black-edged pack
age and placed it carefully beside the
written paper.
Then he locked the desk as usual
and turned to kiss his wife before going
down to his office.
If he had not been in haste be would
have seen the angry tears in Lena's
eyes, ami would have noticed that she
received his good-bye coldly ami made
no response.
Once alone she threw herself into a,
large chair ami tried to think it all out.
Why did Charlie receive letters from
Julia without telling her? and why did
he take them down town with him ?
They surely could not have anything
to do with the paper lie was writing.for
that'concerned some business for liis
brother.
From one thing iu her mind she went
on to another, for suspicion once ad
mitted never rests until if has gained
supreme control, and by noon poor little
Lena was ready to believe herself bit
terly injured and her Charlie the cruel
est, of im-n.
ty
*'
is
the
a
real
for
he
a
and
was
file
him
was
Wliat should she do? She would run
away. People iu books always did so
:es, and certain
ly Charlie would lie sufficiently troubled
iu conscience to understand instantly
that she had discovered his baseness.
Feeling greatly relieved by her men
tal picture of Ins slinging remorse, she
hastened her jireparalions, and telling
under Hindi cireumst;
the servants that she was called a wav
and could not say
turn, she set off' in rather good spirits
for her mother-in-law's house, where
she had determined to go for the simple
reason that she
lieu she migh* re
as afraid to go any -
where else.
It was a journey of several hours
from New York, bur her courage did
not fail.
After her first vague explanations
er hbe noticed that her brother
were
i«i-law'.s hand was bandaged.
Expressing some surprise tint ftlm had
not heard of the slight though painful
ini.iry which had liefallen him Louisa
u it mentioned it.
•ntions anything.
• hie silent ways," says Lena,
skeil if Charlie had
" Charlie
never
k n
Y(
sulkily.
"The
he basil't told you about
Julia's foreign photograph)* which she
left liere to divert me while I
helpless? No? Wliat! you didn't even
know she had been visiting us ? Why
slie was here for a mouth, and wiieii
last week al out that
business ■ f min , you kn w, she showed
him the pictures herself and he seemed
Nti'ijek with them that I really
*11 you about the
am s
< liaili
had
that,
. But, that
"I I" mv sitting rcioin iiml look |„
tlumov i. 1 hat is it you have finished
n , . . with
Lena ltd lowed her brother in silent rule
von
der lie didii'*
She would look at the pinnies
everyone to see what Jiilia had been
show ing to Cha» lie.
But presently she forgot this motive
in her real interests,for the photographs
were lovely and Louih'exphinations de
lightful.
In turning one of the larger
he swept "tf }
contents fluttered to the ti or.
wrath.
pud ures
binning lionk, and tlm
IN
to
Lena turned white as she saw several
Idack-edged envelopes addres
the peculiar band slir
1 lo liei
own husband i
disliked.
I asked J ill in to address
UlmrLe beet
me a lor, of
ise of my
hurt you know," remarked Louis care
lessly, as he picked them up.
manage to
left, hand, I
outside address. 1 forgot to give her
some plain envelopes, so she used her
own."
" Oh !"
mvelopes
to
" I
-an
scratch ;i few lines
I con id ii*
itli my
the
'em u re
er
Something in Lena's tone attracted
lie looked at, her
pained expren
Louis' attention :
quickly, and saw her
slum
Lima hesitated
moment, and then,
rememheriiig that I.ouis was always
good and kind, she told him ali.
He was surprised and a little shocked,
but through it ail he had a wild desire
to laugh at Lena for composing such
high tragedy
"And besides, little si-der," lie said,
*r they hud talked awhile longer,
ulia is engaged, and moreover en
Charlie doesn't know it
of nothing.
aft*
KAK' ! <I '
vet, though ot (umrao he knows
her."
have always cared for each
Luna had
lief aud surprise, for at that.
Mrs. Ailing entered, carrying a dis
patch and looking ashamed.
"I have jus received this message
from Charles," she said looking severe
ly at Luna. " I do n(*t understand it at
time to express her r*
cut
all.
Give it, fo in**, please," sniff Louis,
as ho placed a chair for his mot,her.
" Oh, it only ays : ' Is Lena with you ?
Answer!'
Did you answer?
" I sent hack ' yes' by the boy."
" That is al) right, then. You sec,
there lias been some misunderstanding
about her leaving."
It sewuii ao," replied liiH mother
y.
Look
■an
here, mother " continued
Louis, " it 1 h all right ;Miarlie has liim
self to blame. I knew all about it.
You surely don't forget; how often you
had to find fault with him for not say
ing enough—for never explaining.
Well, he has been nerving his wife the
same way, and a little fright won't hurt
him."
Mrs. Ailing softened.
''Oh, iHee," she eai«l; ' but you
must uotnuind it, wy dear, it. is Ins nur
ture."
"I will try not to unhid another time,"
answered the little wife, humbly.
in by the late
a state as his wife
Charlie came
train iu.as distra
could have wished.
It must be admitted that his anxiety,
ouce relieved, Lena would have come in
for a little scolding had not Louis talk
ed with him beforehand, and convinced
him that he was alone to blame.
The next day saw Mr. and Mrs.
Charles at home again ami the very best
of friends.
"■What, can Ido to show you how
sorry I am ?" be cried. "See here, 1
love my orderly, fidgetty ways next
best to you, but only next best. Take
the desk keys and rummage to your
heart's content!''
But Lena wouldn't,
"Why not?" he asked. "Because
you hate the desk
"Not that, oh! no; but because 1
trust, you now."
There was no more trouble betwe
them ; for trust is always followed by
peace.
Hying
acted
TtiefteAtty ii a
For the Kkitblic
Luke 12th .Yi li:
When you wee
cloud rise out of the Wewt, straightway
ye say, there enmetb a shower ; and wo
si
Luke 12th, fkith, 57th : " Ye by pro
criteH ! ye can discern the face of the
sky, ami of the earth ; but how iw if,
that ye do not diweern this time ? Yea,
and why even of yourselves judge ye
not wliat 1 m light?" By the foregoing we
perceive that we are given the credit of
possessing discernment and common
sense in relation to our physical ami
material wants, but why? The question
is asked or inferred, why do you not exer
cise this faculty upon questions of right
and wrong ? " Why judge ye not what
is right ?" Ily the asking of this ques
tion, we would conclude that we are
endowed with the same p
judge what is right as we have to dis
cern the face of the sky; therefore if is
reasonably expected of us that we,
shall judge what is right.
Why is it, therefore, that we do not
judge and do what is right? If the
power is innate and part of ourselves,
why not exercise it? There can be
reasonable excuse for our not doing so,
and in fact there can he no real growth
in our spiritual natures until we learn
that there is no true and acceptable
worship except, that, which we do of
ourselves; that which some one else
does for us is outside of us, and not of
us. We do not need so much doctrinal
and theological explana iou. We do
not need
wisdom. What we need is the practi
cal, reasonable exercise of our faculties,
the faculties that God has endowed us
with, in the underst >nding of the in
tent. and purpose of " These Sayings of
Mine, " to the
to
'li of man's wonderful
to
the
he
•nd that vve
ay be
akched to our jiorsoual accountabili
ty ; that as free moral agents
grow and be developed, and the talent
that we have buried may be dug uji,
and be made to bring forth so that we
live not continually at variance with
*' These Sayings of Mine."
o mav
W.
Now Jersey himI "Now Spain."
The Germautown Telegraph says;
The reason why the residents of New
Jersey are sometimes called " foreign
ers" and the State itself "New Sjiain"
Jersey are sometimes called " foreign
ers" and the State itself "New Sjiain"
is he Sieved to have originated iu the fol
lowing maimer .'—After the downfall of
the first Napoleon his brother Joseph,
who had been King of Spain, i
this country, and brought
much wealth with him. Joseph Bona
parte wished to build a palatial resi
dence here, but did not desire t<« become
a citizen, as be hoped to return to
Europe.
To enable him, as an alien, to bold
real estate, required a special act of the
Legislature, lie tried to get one passed
for his benefit in several States, but
failed. He was chagrined, especially
because Pennsylvania refused. Then
he applied to the New Jersey Legisla
ture, which body granted him the
privilege of purchasing land. lie
bought a tract at Itordentown, and built
a magnificent dwelling.
Itare paintings, statuary,
profuse, and selected
and the grounds laid our. with exquisite
taste. Joseph Bonaparte's residence
was perliajis the finest i
file from all parts of the country visited
him and we<e treated courteously. He
was liberal with his money, and gave
great impetus to business in the little
gilt
refuge i
-
etc.,
'it i. great care,
ere
America. Peo
town.
The Philadelphians, finding that lie
had apparently no end of money, and
that, lie used it to benefit, businemgen
erally, regretted, when it was too late,
that thev refused to let him locate
|„ lmmK rveH, and would taunt
New'Jersey men with having a king—
with importing the King of Spain to
rule
•er them—rimy wen called
foreigners on lids account; and thus
" foreigners " jokingly applied to Jer
sey men, Ims come down to us long after
its origin Ims been forgotten, except by
a few men of tin* past generation.
Waro* Itccoiiiiiiciniod.
Ft
the Kkim ih.ican.
1 lie host asHiiratu e, by way of
comimuidationjliat a ruaunfacturer can
give his patrons is when he can say
we employ intelligent, industrious and
•n, who an* capable, and w ho
takeajiiHt pride iu producing good
work. We don't burry them,
(juently thej don't labor in an atmos
phere of uncertainly and flurry, and
have rime to exercise intelligently and
d liberately their functions of intellect
and muscle ; therefore they must, of a
consequence, produce good, substantial,
serviceable good*, in design symmetri
cal, and unexcelled ill finish. We pay
them liberal wages. They work for
re have evident
Sabbath is es
re
sober
eotise
By
ail
nix days of the
confidence *o believe flic
.. ;
sential to iliem for rest and t«
ate their languishing energies,
to pay their oliliga'ious and just trib
ute to their and our com high master,! lie
architect of the universe. •*
> reniper
, as it is
Arrival**.
The following visitors registered
at the Hotel Meiilopeii, Hehoboth Beach,
Delaware, Thursday, August 2nd, 1 hh;;;
W. D. Turner, wife, child end nurse,
Isle of Wight Co., Va
li. W. Smeltz,Mr*. Thomas B, Smith.
Yertie B, Smith, Miss Ella It.
Smith, Mrs. A. E. Chambers, Wii
i •ngtoti, Delaware.
•kd'Miel B. Burton, Georgetown, I»el
■ ! . I*. Dukes, Dover, Delaware.
Mi-sN. Williams, Dover, Delaware.
A hop was held at the Bright House
last evenitig, (Thursday), which
well attended and highly enjoyed,
hand from the Hotel lienlopen discours
ed sweet music under Professor
Ritchie.
A water spout was seen at sea off Ue
hohotli about ten miles during
on Thursday and wa died by the guests
until it vanished.
i
Mi
of
was
Thu
ing
A
storm
ALMOST ROUtED.
liim
it.
you
say
the
hurt
you
nur
A Nlory that IlliiNfrateN Why ('are
Should oo Ian.
The late James T. Fields once gave
t'4> a lot of school boysa homely, forcible
illustration of the necessity of accuracy.
He likened tin* in an who wj
little inaccurate
calculations to a pretty good egg,"
which no one wanted to eat, though ir
could not be pronouawed " bad."
One of London's merchant princes
and philanthropists, the late George
Moore, was noted lw his accuracy. He
insisted that his clerks should he correct
in the smallest of details and keep a
voucher for every penny paid out.
Once a clerk had made out
Moore's private account against the
firm. Mr. Moore, while auditing it,
going over hnndredsof pounds, sudden
ly stopped at a debit o£ .id. for a " Vtis
to Euston," for which there was no
voucher.
" Where's the voucher for this?" he
asked. " If the account be three-pence
wrong, it might as well be three hun
dred pounds wrong. Find the vouch
jllSt U
in, his statements and
late
wife
in
talk
Mrs.
best
how
1
next
Take
your
1
by
Two clerks bunted three days for that
voucher, searching through every letter
ami bill for a year back, and ransacked
every drawer But the voucher
not be found,
pass the accounts, and the book-keeper
could not balance his books.
At last, the clerk recollected that
some time before Mr. Moore had order
ed a fish to be sent down to Euston Sta
tion by a ]>orter. Being in a great bur
ry, be bad nor given the man a bus
ticket.
The cashier, knowing the expendi
ture to be right, had paid the porter
debited the amount to Mr. Moore's pri
vate account without, a voucher.
Mr. Moore admitted the correctness of
the eharge on the circumstances being
mentioned to him. but gave the clerk
nnd lecture for infringing the lirui's
rule—no payment without a voucher.
The clerks t hought him a little
^articular iu this case ; but they didn't
mow that their rich employer came
near being ruined, when a clerk, by a
little inaccuracy in addition.
One day, while in the employ of a
London dry goods me
sent with a bundle of goods to Uidy
Conyngham's house. She inspected the
articles, selected several, and told the
clerk to make out, a receipted bill. He
did so, but unfortunately made it one
pound more than the amount he re
•eived.
could
Mr. Moore refused to
am;
wo
si
pro
the
if,
ye
we
of
are
is
we,
not
the
so,
of
of
do
us
of
a
;hant. Moore was
to
After his departure, the lady,on look
ing over the bill saw the mistake, and
thinking she had paid the clerk the
extra pound, hastened to the store to
have it returned. On referring to
Moore's check book, if was found that
the amount entered was
less than lhe receipted bill.
" Young man," said her ladyship, in
dignantly, " you are a thief!"
" No, your ladyship, he is not," re
joined the employer
pound
\Vc don't keep
thieves iu our store. There's some mis
take about it. George, s^e if you can't
•olleot the cimmistaucesand clear up
the mutter."
a.
p.
a.
(jeorge tried and became more bewild
ered. Suddenly, lie asked the lady the
amount of money she had in her jnir.se
when she began to pay him.
"I am astonished at your imperti
nence,young man,"said she: "yet I can
give you the desired information.
Conyngham gave me twenty pounds,
this morning. 1 paid so much to the
.*er, so much to the baker, so much
to you and I have so much left."
The clerk noted down the figures, ad
ded them up,and found that they made
twen y-one pounds or a jiound more
than she had received from her hus
band.
He called Ills employer's attention to
the fact. And then remembering that
he had made a memorandum of the ar
ticles sold, he prodtnred it The em
jiloyer saw that George hail received
the money according
and not according to the receipted bill.
He was satisfied, blither ladyship left
the store in «
that " file clerk was a thief."
But at home her c
be
L"td
of
memorandum
p.
rage, loudly
declaring
led temper al
lowed her to calmly review all the facts.
Seeing that the clerk's statement was
correct, she sent a polite note to the
merchant, slating that she was con
vinced of her erroraud the young man's
honesty.
It was a narrow escape for George
Moore. The laws then jmnished forg
ing, stealing and shoplifting with death.
Only a short time before, a clerk in a
neighboring store hud been hung for an
offense similar 'o that of which George
had been accused.
in
IB
6
The lessen
'as an impressive one;
for from that day George Moore culti
vated aceuraey
tails.
the s
a I lest of de
Laillfft*
plain last it g lace shoe for liOc. (ninety
cents), at Babcock's, 2(MI Market street,
above Second street.
jCOALli ICOALli
I
;
liKurcnox!
J, HAMILTON & CO.,
(BRANDY WINE RIVER,)
Eleventh tS; C.'hurcli Streets,
Have redueod the price of
Free Burning 1 Cowl le 83 |»er Ton,
llnr«1 White AnIi 4'oal to
75 For Ton.
Wo will protect
i' natrons In
Price, Qualilf and Quantii
t
None but the Best Grades Handled.
Clean, Bright and Glossy.
Sand,Limp,CYment, IMustcr, Ktc*
('Oi'd mill Kindling Wood
By Lead or Box All goods delivered free of
extra charge and In I os t pos-i le inannerto
ail parts ot the city, fall upon or send us
yoiirmders. Telephone No. 6. Prompt and
courteous attention to all.
JOHN HAMILTON & CO.
■29-tf
8Ki:i: > I<>.8 I SFGIIN All Y.MHIRIN
i
Patroai/.
i In
siring
ear'd til moral training and
ihelr
thorough preparation fbr busim
fOtliscimol > ear commences s.-pi. li. For (dr
cuhirs, address the. Prim ipa'. JOHN W.
LGtJii. I'li. B.
J
I.v24-28t
Li
(iRSfcs 1 horses:
i¥s.
Constantly on hand at Hie 'tables of
Gibson, on French street below .Noeoml, a lot
of farm ami driving horses
C
it
tti:ni'ion.—all persons de
Hiring pure Drugs orChumlcalB.or wish
ing their prescriptions or private receipts
carefully O'Hnpoundol with pure materials
should go to the drug sooro of
H. K. BKlNGliUKST,
317 Market street. Wilmington, Del.
A
SCROFULA
ir
He
a
it,
no
he
and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Kryslp*
las, Eczema, Blotches, Ringworm, Tu
mors, Carbuncles, Boils, and Eruptions
of the .Skin, are the direct result of an
impure state of the blood.
To cure these diseases the Jood must be
purified, and restored to a healthy and na*
turalcondition. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has
for over forty years been recognized by emi
nent medical authorities
erful blood purifier in existence. Jt frees
the system from all foul humors, enriches
and strengthens the blood, removes all traces
of mercurial treatment, and proves Itself a
complete master of all scrofulous diseases.
A Kcwnt Cure of Scrofulous Sores*
"Some months ago I was troubled witb
Scrofulous sores (ulcers) on my legs. The
limbs were badly swollen and inflamed, and
the sores discharged large quantities of
offensive matter. Every remedy J tried
failed, until I used Aykk'h Sakha pa rill a,
»f which I have now taken three bottles
with the result that the sores
and my general health greatly imp
I feel very grateful for the good
medicine has done me.
respectfully, Mrs. Ann O'Brian."
14s Sullivan St., New York, June 24, l«s2.
IF' All persons interested
to call on Mrs. O'Brian; also upon the
Rev. Z. I*. Wilds of 7H East 54th Street,
New \ork City, who will take pleasure
in testifying to the wonderful eflleaey oi
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, not only la the cure
\>f this lady, lint r .n his
many others within his knowledge.
The well-known writer on the Boston llernld
B. \V. Ball, of Rochester , A'.//., writes, Juut
; 1 hk_' ;
• Having suffered severely for some year. 4
.vi ih Eczema, and having failed to And relief
other remedies. 1 have made use, during
die past three inontDS, of Ayer's SARSAPA
villa, which lias effected a complete cure.
t consider it a magnificent remedy for ah
blood diseases."
U
the most pow
healed
•roved
of
youi
Y
to
invited
and
a
<9
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
stimulates ami regulates tlio action of tbs
digestive and assimilative organs, renew#
and strengthens the vital forces, and speedily
cures Khetiiiiatism, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tic Gout, Catarrh. General Debility, and
all diseases arising from
corrupted condition of the blood, and a weak
ened vitality.
It is incomparably the cheapest blood medL
account of its concentrated strength,
and great power over disease.
impoverished
PREPARED DY
Dr. J. C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
tfold by all Druggists: price $1, eix bottle!
for $5.
liOCALTI n I, TABLE.
Jl
p.
0,
0.
p.
1.
oi.;
Corrected June 4, 1883.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOK
PKlLA.—2.00*—2.23* — 6.30 -6.40 7.00-7.60
—8.1(8-—8.15—9.00—9.39—9.68-10.20—10.30-11.68
a. in :— 12.00f m :—12.15—l2.38—1.54—2.30+—
4.00—6.17*—5.30t—«.6fc—6.3H*—- 26-7.30*—9.55*
p. in.—
New York — 2.00*—2.23*—0.30—9.6K— 11.53
a.m.—la.'.IH—1.64—5.17*—6.3S*—7.26*p.m.
Baltimore— 1.06*—1.42*—4.51*—s.05*—0.17*
a. in.—12.27—1.00—l.OW— 6.00 — 6.00 — 8.67 —
11.04* p. m.
W ASH INGTON—1.42*—4.61*—8.05*—9.17 H. m:
—1.09—1.09—5.00—6.67—11.(4* p. in.
Baltimore and intermediate stations.
.—1.00— 5.00—0.00 p. 111.
* Trains running both daily and Sunday.
f Trains running only on Sunday.
Delaware R. If.—6.
3.00*—4.00—0.25+ p.
1.05*—9.17a.
—9.10 a.
r- 1.05—
. No Sunday trains.
Castle only,
t For Harrington and intorm ad lute sta
tions.
N
» l
Wilmington Northern Railroad—'7.00
. Sundays,7.00 a.
:—1.00—6.02—0.15 D.
9.17
Philadelphia—12.4V—Mki*— 1.32*—4.47*
46—8.02*—9.06—9.12—-lO.lOf—11.• ■'< I'.m.: 12.26
.07—2.30+—3.60-2.60- 4.60—455-6.32
7.60-0.5C-10.38 -10.68*
9.12* a.
s.io
Delaware Western Kailroai*-- 7.05—10.30
: 6.30 p. in.
TRAINS AKKITE AT WILMINGTON
FROM
—5.53—6.20—0.48—7.35f
p. in.
New \ or.K-1.32*—4.47*—
1)7—1.55—6.48*—10
Baltimore—1.61*—2.13*
34—9.54—11.43 a.
l.&l—y.U*—0.39*—7-24*--U.49* p,
in
Wash i noto n—1.41 *--2
.*—11.43 n.
,*.24* p. m.
in •
l2.:«tt-1.61--5.1l*-6.:
* Both daily and Sunday.
t On Sunday only.
• ' "K RAtLUOAf^.S
ID
9.50'—10.15 a.
a
Sunday
• ' "K RAtLUOAf^.S
-6.05*—0.5o p. m. No Sunday trains.
* from Newcastle or.!}*.
ID
9.50'—10.15 a.
IB !
Wilmington ft Northern i l. K.
6 40—11.35 a. 111.—6.42 p. 111.
. i.nd 7.00 p. in.
i Western Railroad b .DO a. m.
Dklawa
TRAINS
LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
PHILADELPHIA—BROAD
STREET STATION
.'5.56*- 6.30—7.20*—8.00—6.21*
12.26—].05
• 35f—
10.16—11.;
11
3.01—3.10—4
4
0.06f —
7.30—!
Nkv
50—10 00*—11
K—6.33—0.36
i
r
lii.ey—Ji.46
. m.:
—1.40—0.35 p. m.
* Daily and Sunday,
t ''hi Sunday only.
A train will leave W ilmlMrtcn for Neivark,
ationi, Sunday.-' excepted, at 7.4s
urning. leave Newark at 8.25 a.m.,
ay stations.
and
a. ni.
for Wilmiagt
tie TIm* black figures ileiiofe me
Liiultetl I'xprcHN I'rulus u;i
f
;
Great Bargains
Now being offered a' the
BesHive
A( tills part of th • sc
o cut
• stock without re
Iiolievo iu can vmu j.<
1 at'ilo
i fr.,i
kimw
of
0
iim.- lively; om
the pri
many bargain!-:
1 lot 6-4 Black AM-wool Lupins
l.acc Buntiiik.
1 lot 5-4 Black iill-wool I
Hunting, regul i pri.-
1 lot <
;r pri.-.
o v 400
-\v <|lli Liu-, lilintiilg
regular pri o
I lot •»,
i:li All «ie! Bunting
low 25c
1 Ii
ill All wool N
\
. splendid
ini If-woid < 'ii.-lmicn-s.
I l'.|!
wort h
Great inrgains iu Underwear,
Hosiery and Gloves.
1 oust Ladies' Badiriggi
39c Very clump at ;V
Blaek and Colon d Silks lower
t Iih n y .
at the Bee Hive.
3 ca«es iob lot best se. prints for
6c. Go- d styles.
Vests
havecvt
>'
Don't fail to visit Russell's if In want of Drv
Gooff, of
Bring along vom
kind
trinle dollars aiejge
100r. for them
Brandywine Summit
CAM I' MKETIXU
Will commence
ON MONDAY, AUGUST Id.
Continue 11 days
feno will be
J ily 20. t
ing tents
'«un in ittee
locate
Thursday,
w lieu fhose wish
of touts, #7. I'ri
moderate
M. GRAVES,
jil0
the ground
10 o'clock, a. ill.,
ay apply. Kent
vileges sold synio <1 iv at
Preachers' at half price
Pastor, Booth's Corner. Del. C
w
11
in
id
C OUNTRY HOARDING—A FEW FAM
J Hies can lie aceominiubiled with hoard
it a farm house near Elam
H.," Elam. Delaware Co., Pa.
Address " A.
i0 21tf
/yKKUim TO IIIKK HY^U
tn'iilNFsTiirVi'IiVVi" 1 !;' A 1 '
rVi. ^u 1 1H South (,f Market
streetbnugo, Wilmington. lyiti-u
'SPECIAL NOTICE!
S. H. STAATS,
NO. 405 MARKET ST.,
Tu
of an
be
na*
has
emi
frees
enriches
traces
a
witb
The
and
of
tried
a,
the
Street,
oi
cure
Juut
year. 4
relief
during
cure.
ah
DVK1NUTHE NEXT 30 BAY!
MAKE A
Sweeping Reduction
IN THE PRICES OF HI:
pow
SPRING & SUMMER STOCK
—OF
HOSIERY, GLOVES,
—AND—
UAtIZE MERINO UNDERWEAR
-FOK LADIES, OENTS AND MISSES.
Abo, a great redaction in
•roved
Parasolsand Sun Umbrellas,
youi
We ha\« taken thi&tep in order to reduce
our stock, before commencing to tear out and
enlarge tur store. Come and secure areal
bargain.
S. H. STAATS.
GardenSeed. GardenSeed,
and
A FULL LINE OF
HENDERSON'S
GARDEN AND FLOWER
[SEEDS!
;seed
tbs
and
weak
medL
-AT—'
CRIIPPEN'S,
.1
WILMINGTON DEL
•TREND FOR CATALOG(JE.^Ri
TV2111. ADELPHiA. WILMINGTON AND
Jl BALTIMORE RAILROAD
JUNK^TH. 1883.
TralD3 leave Wilmington as follows ;
For Philadelphia and intermediate sta
10.80 a. m.; 2.30, 4.00, 7.80,9.6
p. in.
Philadelphia (express) 2, 2.23,6.30,7.60,8.1A
0, 9.39. 9.68.10.20,11.63 a. in.; 12.16, 1.64, 6.17,
0.38, 0.56, 7.20 p. m.
New York, 2.00, 2.23, 8.30, 8.40, 9.68,11.68 ft.
in.; *12.38, 1.64, 2.30, 6.17, 8.38, 7.28 p. m.
Baltimore and Intermediate stations, L06,
9.17 a. m.; 8.00 p. m.
Baltimore and hay Line, 6.57 p. m.
Baltimore ami Washington, 1.42, 4.61, 8.06.
0. 17 a. w.; 1.00, *1.09, 6.00, 8.67, 11.04 p. m.
Baltimore only. 1.06 a. m.; 12.27 and 0 p. no.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for:
New Castle, 8.00,9.10 a. in.; 1.06, 8.00, 0.26
p. in.
Harrington and intermediate stations, 9.10
1. m.: 1.05, C.25 p. in.
Delmar and ir.rormedlate stations. 9.10 a.
oi.; 1.05 p. in. Express for Delmar, 4.00 p. m.
tions, 6.40, 7.00,
11.53

m:
sta
a.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and intermediate stfttloca
; 12.00 m., 6.30, 7.30, 9.66 p. m.
Philadelphia and Now York, 2.00, 2.28 a.
m.; 6.17, 6.38, 7.26 j>. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42. 4.61, 8.06,
9.17 a. m.; 11.04 i>. m. Baltimore, 1.06 a. m.
For further information, passengers are re
ferred to the time-tables posted at the Sta
tlODS.
Trains marked (*) are limited exprew,npoii
wiilch extra fare Is charged.
CHARLES E. PUGH, J. R. WOOD,
a. General Manager. General Passenger Agent
s.io a.
a.
p,
DR. SIMMS
Vegetable Filin,
The Perfection of Pilla,
Mankind's Favorite Fills.
The most famous liver medicine on earth
sickness or weakness attend that!

a.
griping
operation. They do not leave the bowels po*»
tive. They tone and strengthen the Liver,
and act on the kidneys, stomach and skin,
caring liver oomplaint, sick headache, neu
ralgia biliousness, pain in the sides or book,
pain in the bowels, kidneys or bladdor, etc.
Very valuable in dyspepsia, malarial fever or
4umb ague, chills and fever, general weak
ness, loss of appetite, etc. They are splendid
for weekly females as an assistant to keepthft
system healthy. They are endorsed and re
commended by thousands as the nioest, par*
gative and splendid liver medicine. Elegant
ly sugar coated, 26 cents a box; family boxes,
0 In one $1. Sent by mall. Sold by leading
male™ in medicines. Main depot,'Fourth and
King stroets, Wilmington, Del.,and 602 Aroll
street, Philadelphia. novsttf
No

638 Norm Fourth hi
PHILADELPHIA,
Guarantees to cure (also by letter) NeiTOQI
Debility, Youthful Imprudence, Lost Man
hood, Effects of Indl«crotU>n,Private Diseases,
(acute cases In 4 to lo days.) Pimples,Tetters.
Falling out of Hair, etc. Dr. Tlieel has haa
15 years Medical experience, and H the only
physician in Philadelphia who has made hit
specialty in Europe under the leading pro
fessors. Read "Scourge of Quacks." the ex
posing of "Self-styled Professors," "Rever
ends' Free Proscriptions, Museums, etc. *
This is tiie only book
exaggeration, and gives a true history of ner
vous debility, skin, Mood and private dlr
I shows the best methods of treating
those diseases, by the leading authorities of
rid. Price 26 cents.
DK.TIIEEL
which Is free from all
tbC
(Iffice li
. fo 4 p. m., and from
9 a. in. to 2 p. in.
o m.
'und.iy.
rjliiE FAM*'f's
Rock Candy 6t Rye Whisky
-FOK—
rilKI.AT A Nil Lime iiineankm.
For sale In quantity to suit; also a tine lot
of well selected Wines, Liquors and Sonar*.
' hxxiHsent toany part of the city freeofohararft
JAMES A. KEU1
9. H.l'nrner Tenth ftailffrauKcSti
FRED. A. P0T1I,
Brewer & Malster,
THIRTY-FIRST in JEFFEKSON STS. J |
Jfflce, 237 Green street, Philm elphla, Pa
H' timing foil Depot, 40:< I'oplar Ml.
This celebrated beverago Is
ol rss places lr. the city
Iff Id all first
2* tr
I i*n h».m i ki;i»
li
)
By my medical compound and
Supporter This* in from
>to90 days. Reliable references given.
circular.and savin what
• advertisement At] -
W A.U LLl -GS. Smithville,
Fount,v, N. V. Du
•ed Blast lr
Send stamp f<
paper ,vo
dress to
Jefferson
Third street, Agent for Delaware.
tins. 217 W
uoTia.iv
P ^ciASANT SUM VI KR BEARDING.—
That hoautifti resort known as OrChavl
Grove, seven miles from Wilmington on the
tv* .r tt
pike, large rouius. Iiigli ceiling,
i In ted. Splendid-ha 1e aud plenty
Th se wishing to spend a few weeks
w il
11 fruit,
in the
id „c ) beti
•lid d«» well to visit *his
Address,
I*. 1 Y NC11, Orchard Grove,Cent re v| l lo Post
Office. Del. 122-1 mo-eop
countrv
■ engaging elsewhere.
1VEKY AND SALE stahles.
fj
'ISrSSr^
Chester (loanty h„r«e.-, JiteM. f,•• it,
Mnds of work, both double and *ft. h. bit
lu^. Price from $06 to 1200. insM-U

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