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Ifth and
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Madison streets.
all tf
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rent -
A SE OND 8TORY
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"r jUY rS0ST
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! THE TIME YOU NEED
fan Diaifhœa Miiium
ir J«»ntand a eure curt
cr tmp8, diarrhoea, dysec
tel 7> &c. Sold by
•CARTMELL,
bRUOUlHT,
corner ötu &
MADISON STI.
apiO-ly
fl. BARTLOTE
/
!
i-COa 3d & FHB1TCH STB
'MgOSt I
finest assortment ol
IIN G TACKLE
THE state—
bods,
^ehameledlihes.
JOINTED K0DS, EM
E BALL goods.
"* * CkU s U(1 ^
ooBvinsed.
621-10,1,1-0
t Class Harness.
■■ss*
Harness at very
Gall and ex
- :
■"*«> »oo i'ootÄifr'"" 1 "
CONNER,
I 'dunh Streut.
so
Rl :Kkakd,
te" »iu ÄF^Idote—
t»all:4t
Tle"Moiie"S.%rei.
From thn airi1«nr\* • '
sasss «gainst imitators. * "??'•
the sur free from Texas ''••K* eosse
,, papers to prove that
»from a plant i
- are the principal
Cotalderlng
the ■ > called 3H«
rich In
notrl
the feet
animal lire
functions of the body, ard
not nror or exhausted nerve foroe ooald
port digest albumen lor its own sup.
did Dr. Thom, son set about, and finally
|. j Iscover a harmless process for artificial
digesting Its food for U, snd the progress
albuminoids. wh»o'
tton of the ner
* are the set t
and control •
that parai*
albamlcoU as finsly dissolved
as water, or fins enough to
rve circulation, which Is
aller than the smallest capillary blood
vessels, and whsn mixed with tbs digesting
fluid the slbumen cannot be eoogala
prsotpltated by either heat or alcohol,
is where the secret lies, and is a most
pSMtr
trtv-one times
Her«
valao
d a?ooanti for thslr eurss of par
alysis. It would have bssn botmr forth*
Motte t)o.
bis one.
have allowed this fact
to ths surface before, and tten It woula not
have been necessarr to aoeumulate a oontt
la their goods through tbs long toad
•f experience against publia prejudice
These foots thet have oome out will help the
Company very much, as they shot
doubted seleailflo and userai baits
field. Their bouled goods ore best.
its an
k
N OTHJK-I, JUHR Hf 841018, UWHBK
«ndoreutaut of the house it \u« ted at the
norths»st oorner ofS'o.nd
streets. wth _
of Wilmington, county of New bastle
and State of Delaware, In oompltanoe with
the requirements of the acts of the Genera 1
Assembly in such case made and provided,
do hereby give notice that 1 shall apply in
wrltlog to the (Jonrt of General Ses
Peace and Jail Delivery of
Delaware, In
on Monday,
being the n<
VsnHureu
ol ty
the 1'
ward of
Ntato ol
t for New Castle County,
17ih day ofSept., A.D. 1888,
, for a ll
_ tavern, foi
the sale therein of Intoxicating liquors Id
less quantities than one quart, to
the premises, and th« following
ble oltisens of
said npplloati -o, vis:
Daniel Dtjrgel',
(hartes A hyau,
Thomas Craven,
V ictor I eban.
Thomas bas on,
Thomas Mnlroeney,
Jam«t MoNally,
Andrew J Travis,
Ferdinand Nmtth,
Frank Knmons.
term of said
for said ho
Ian
he drank
respeota
ward recommend tht
Jihn EL Tsohlnga,
Ihoxas J KUioran,
• Thomts W sDh,
Hu tier t Cauddy.
James Whittaker,
P J ('rumilab,
Pairfek i'onnor,
James Murray,
Dannls Doushsrty,
F ityan.
Fera ns Rally,
Wm CMeara,
Thlnothy Moiwlney.
JOHN HKSSION
jt
Wm CM rar*. Jr,
Henry T Simpers,
John Dollan,
William Rally,
ei7-st*
a
' «ty and Hebool Taxes for 1M8.
The undersigned, reo« Ivors
City of Wilmington, will be
between Market and
— TAAFAYE tH TAKE NO
I
texts for ths
10 B. 8th Ht .
ElDgHts., daring the
month of July, 1688, hotwoen the hours of 8
and 18 in the morn leg, and from 2
tb* afternoon, for the
tax«*. On ail Ux«s pa
will bo a reduction of t> oenli
lar, and all
day of August, shall be pay»
ded not lor aforeula; and all tsxes unpaid
day of .Sopteiuber.Bhail Do Ircreas
addition of 6 per oontnm on the
tDM(?MJ P.
• i.
purpose or reoelvlng
Id during July, there
ry Sol
ths lit
I I ! '
otter
ble with ut a
ed by
amoant thereof.
;ieoelver of Nortbt
ell north of 0th street
K'DY,
dlstrlot, Including
,
MARTIN J. MEM, K Y ,
Kseeiverof (ionthsrn dUttlot, ino'.n.i'rg
all « uthof 6th etree*.
ie:o
^TTAWTIGN, LADIES !
BOOMS UPEN FUR TEAUHINU
Dross Cutting and Fittiiiff.
b
~
Ladles,don't fail
Dressmakino Scuooi,
718 M&rlut atreet.
New York Not ool."
to etll st Mat am e de Re
Rheisalaly who bu had grsitexparl
professto7, and by her
method she guaranters
proficient la the art of dressmaking in a
oat and
make any lad)
hoars. Perftetatlnx pa-.l
.'raping from asy fashion or
in'ty. System the latest.
S'
alfl
J>R01*0fiAL8.
NKALED PRÜPU8ALS will be received
IX o'olcok, m., I UASDAY, AUGUST
888, by the undersigned for the erec
I the abutments, wins* vails and sn
Reaver
list. 1
(Ion
perstraotare or
Valley Crssk,
Ue oounty, Delaware
v %. Plans and specifications
Conn House, wiimingtov,
charge of the tanltor. All bids to
o the chairman ot ths oxamlttee Bids
he opened August 21st, at 2
ground where the bridge Is
strnoted.
The right to ret sot any or all bids reserv
ed. 1. N OKU hr, chairman,
THoman T.»Y
THUS. W.MCUK ACREN.
Committee.
bridge
the line between New Cas
oelawaro Oounty,
bs direct
ed
ihe
bt
av-iot
N 0 "
I
Sl'ATN UF DELAWARE
TlIU AHUItY Dbfartmxmt.
N «w Uahtlk. 1»
All persons who are liable to pay a state
>x for tbe manofacture of spirituous and
G80 aad JHHf.
alcoholic liquors for the year
as required by Neotlon 0, Chapter 884, Vol.
10, Laws of Delaware, are hereby notified to
rett e at onoo or the matter will be plaood In
> attorney general.
WILLIAM iiKKHKKT.
tbe hands of the
State Treasurer.
114-tf
F OR
LEVY COURT
GEORGE McGALL,
WILMINGTON HUNDRED.
■ Um Republican
Hnbject
l. all-t
/ )UI4Fa.Kl.K4K
\_y « eL—Hoarding
■exes, bohoiars préparai
log, tbe profeialoas and oollege. Vocal snd
Instrumental Muale. Drawlm
All boarders
of the Prlnolpal
A4)A1SBMY,
Day School
.V <sR
both
badness, teach
Painting,
dlreotly under the eharge
and Preceptress. Teruu,
8100 per year, rail Term begins Hept 8.*d
For dasalogue, address W. L. GOODING,
al-llt
Dover Del.
N OTIOE-I will conmenoe on
Monday, Aprils, to regulate, seal and
stamp all weights and measures
Castle County this year. All
Kvle'a Ninth'and K^lng sire
wll\ reçoive promut
Regulator
New
k h
leet, vhliulugtom
prompt attention
JACOB DKAKYNK.
Weights andJMeasur
residence
Ji. !..
ARLINGTON HOUSE,
ATLANTIC OITY, N. J.
ThU dellgbtlally looeted house, on Michi
gan avenue near the beaob, enlarged and
renovated thn ugboat, bow n
JAMES» STORKS, Prop.
tyso-Mt
c il0 '
August lltb, 1888.
firm or Dauner A Py e la this a-y dit
solved b/ mutual consent. The
will here t ter
Danner,
street,
al« et
to
sines
oonduote' by Tllghman
th* same place. No. 804 range
TlliUUMAH DANNER,
E. W. PYnK.
JJIVIDEND.
A dividend has been declared by the
• of the Wl.mlngtou and l*hlla<
y of thirty
nplke Oo
{et *trec° U °
JO». TÂTN ALL,
N otice-elec rue plating with
silver, nlosel. brass and copper. A1
so metal polishing aid brouslng Partien
lar attention to reputing knives, lorku,
•pooxi and cher tabte ware.
H. E. COOLEY, Rear 111 Walnut St.,
Jy28-lm* Wilmington, *»wl.
Dermatologist.
I Hours: tf s. m.
Gynsoologlsl.
13 m.
SfB JI4LTIB8:
DCeases of tbe Skin an^ d'sseses ol
w>m»n Treatment in both braoehec by
ih* new adaptation of eleetriolty
EleetrolysUs or Electrical sor«ery.
NO. 021 MARKET 8TKEET,
)•!« 'Qd-tf WUalDgtoo, Delaw-re.
4B
'
Miimanri lutib.
her now In fanoy as on the
ava of a calm acd tranquil day
my window In the twilight and saw the
form of Nannls Lowrle paaa ont of the
doorway across the street, and dlsap
pear around me oorner with a graoefnl
swing of skirts and a marry tow of her
sonny head. There
r ratty girls In the neighborhood whom
ofen met at sohool gatherings in the
evenings, whose mannes were Irre
prosobable, whose ways were charm
ing, and who possessed tbs fascinations
which are the heritage of beautiful
women. Bat there was something In
definable about Nannie which attracted
me. Her father waa rich, and her
mother wm a matron of refluement and
worth. Bbe waa twenty years my Ja
olor. And so 1 looked at her and ad
mired her form the way a boy might
took through an Iron gate at a lovely
rose In a garden.
Strolling out Into the street I followed
Nannie around Into Broadway. Just
I turned the corner a scream rent the
air. A oolHelen bad blocked Broad
way, near Grace Ohuroh, and upon the
sidewalk, crushed beneath the wheels
of a pausing vehicle, which had collid
ed with a »street oar, lay the mangled
form of a man.
"Back! Give the mau ab !" cried a
dozen voices. Yet unheeding the ap
peal the orowd grew denser about the
prostrate form. Nannie Lowrle was
there, kneeling by the prostra e man,
and smoothing back the hair from hie
empire which
he blood of a man who had thrown
Limielf before her and saved her from
anger, and perhaps desih.
"Tel
'who
I do? Your name—your home— teil
me quickly, I implore you?"
Hut before the young man con'd
ply an ambulauoe oamo dashing up the
borue awuy
I sat
In
other and os
1
ty
dyed with blood—
ol
e," Nannie hastily pleadoit,
yon—what
I—what shall
street, and he
sight.
1 s'
It wm an ordinary, every-day osonr
renoe. Like the thoneande of aooldents
wh oh ooonr In a great city, the tocl
den waa forgotten In an boor by the
■peotvorf. But In two weeke time the
yonng man wee reetored to health and
returned hie plooe among the world'e
workers, and Roe Daggan emlled and
rather liked to bear the brunt of the
battle of life. Poor fellow! How oonld
he—how dared he—think of whkt he
had done and the poMlblllt* of reward?
Not In money. Bat the vision of that
feoe wm ever with him, the
pitying
look of sadness In those brown eyas
haunted him. Bat In the ellenoe of his
heart, aome longing of a possible meet
ing In the fntnre did oome to him.
ee that longing to be realised?
He hod seen in that brief moment of
ootnmanlon that Nannie waa rlohly
dressed, that her faoa bote evidence o
r< fluent
she give him a though U he queried to
himself
.
8
Ho
a
and oaliare. Why shoaU
II.
Bos Duggan sat at the piano In tho
humble parlor of his
tinging that mnlanol o y toag, "Never
to Meat Again " Over and over again
he saug this chorus;
Never to meet again, never again to
■ee—
Never to see her face—sever, e»ve in
dieamtug—
Ut lees, perchance, we meet
?a!r golden street—
—never to
, Mrs. Norrie,
On
Never to
-never to
meet again.
Good Mrs. Norrie watebed
Dnggan as IX hu
Ros
a child of her
, and often told her boarders of the
fond hope ehe entertained for her pel
boy, as she called him.
"My boy Is a Benins," she won'd
ultlngly say, as lu motherly pride sie
brongbt forth a msgsair.e which
tolned a poem R^o had written. "He
will beoome nob and famous some
day."
And thoe euoonrured Roe Dnggan
worked cn. The Lyoenm Dramatio
School bad offered a priai for the best
MMS. of a
daring enough
playwrights, and the day for rehearsal
was o ose at hand.
A nota oame for him one day. With
a pale face and trembling fingers he
read the following words:
We have aocepiel your play and will
give It a prod notion o > the 15(h Pleaee
forward ns the oop'.ed parts as early as
possible. Inolosed find cheok of fl 800,
wbloh seonres to ns the oopyrlgki— fur
ther payment to folio r as per ooutran
tocheed. In co elusion permit
txt-.nd yon onr sincere onn grata lettons.
Mallory Bros
play. R-ja had beeu
ooaips'.e with noted
A footstep dr«
thrown around his neck, and Roe wm
I n the embrace of his aant, as she
wept with joy and held Llm close to her
breast.
A large and brilliant andl«noe filled
the beanllfnl Utile t h» atre. It was tb
opening of the season, and tbo play to
be prodnoAd was billed as "The greatest
American play written by an American
author."
As the play progressed ths Interest of
the audience grew to admiration, de
light, enthusiasm.
Presently some
was a signal for
echoed from tho pit to the gallery The
stage manager stepp« d forward and
thanked tbe audience in behalf of tbe
repeated, and
•pped ont before tbe
drop curtain and stamm' red hla
kuowledgments. Amid the oongrstn
latlons of a thousand voices, bowing
and blushing, the hero of the hour dis
appeared. But there
that great audience whtch rejoiced
more than all the others—
den behind the curtains of a box. wbloh
blushed with pride and gratifie ition.
"Uom», Kate, let
veloe, as Nannette took her sister by the
hand, and with a soft rastle of silks the
-Isters went oat Into the streets.
cheered. This
outbreak which
author. Tbe cries w<
Roe Duggan
heart lu
face, hid
go," said a s nft
in
How poor Mrs Norrie grieved when
Roe lay prostrate with a fever whioh
followed the reaction of hie overtaxed
brain. "Bnt be will get weil," ehe mur
mured to herself, "
oessfnl.
upon him, ho will
from me,** and
pillow, and like a ministering sngel
him, and nursed him back
that be is
that fortan« has smiled
t be token away
she smoothed his
watohed
to oonvalescenoe.
On« day when the balmy air of
spring
Roe raised his bead from tbe pillow and
said -to his sont:
"Sing me a song."
"Yon foolish fellow] I ilrg!"
Bat he persisted, and Mrs. Norris
(eoted herself at tbe keys. Again the
words of that ssd cong were beard by
Ro*».
Never to meet again, never again to see
Never to
floating In tbe windows,
f
her face—never, save Id
dreaming—
UolesB, perchanoo, we meet
fair golden street—
Never to see—never to see—never to
meet again.
Tbe soft spring air was filled with a
melody, and Roe laid book u on his
pillow with oioted eyes. When he
opened them a minute lstsr a beanllfnl
fleoe wss betiding over him.
"I oame, my darling, we meet again
never to part."
He held oat his arms, and Nannie,
who had stolen ln «I the dcor, crept
into hem
4B
«HI FITS OB POLITIC«.
The latest political kink Is a club
who v tel for Polk lu 1844,
but who will vote for Harrison this year.
It Is telr.g organized lu au Illinois
a
posed o(
1 it«
Independent Indianapolis News
declares that when the Républicain
named Congressman llovey as their
candidate for governor they chose their
strongest man, and one whose record
all sides Is brilliant and honorable
The Vermont Republicans would like
speech from Mr Bisine before
mpaign Is over, and the
that Mr Blaine
to hear
their state
hope has been held
will be able to gratify them week alter
uext. Au euthueUstlc welcome Is
promised him.
Twenty-five thousand majority Is the
figure the Iowa Republicans predict they
will give the ilarrisou and Mortou elec
toral ticket. The attempt of Third -party
Prohibitionist* to draw oir Republicans to
for Fiek and Brooks Is not proving
successful.
District Attorney Jobu R. Fellows, of
New York whom Mr. Cleveland
for eléctli.n, has gone to Maine to aid the
Democrats lu their campaign iu that
sta e. He was sent by the Democratic
National Committee, and, it is said,at the
est of the Administration,
te old custom of having a joint can
vass between the Republican and Demo
cratlc guberna'orlal candidates in Ten
nessee will be adhered to In this
pslgu. Fully as spirited a series of meet
ings is expected as In 188$.
Taylor brothers were running for gover
Tt
t
two
There Ib a large ami prosperous Pro
tection club iu Sin Antonio, Tex., and
the Exprès* ol that city combats Mr.
Müls' Frei Trade hero lu* with much
ability and perbisteuce In his
The wool growcr.4 will probably
lu reducing tie Democratic majority for
Cleveland It Texas this fall
Mr. Alleu W. Thurman,
Democratic vtcb-presldontial
expects to Bee the Paclll-. elope go Demo*
eratlc because "lather has many friends
there." He feels sure also of Indians,
and kuowe that the Democrats will elect
their candidate f r governor of Ilitno's.
Mr Thurman might let himself out to
help raise the confidence of despoudlug
Democrats.
Congressman Yost, of tbo Tenth Vir
ginia Dis rlc', and an anti Mahoue Re
publican, asserts confidently that there
will be only one Republican electoral
tloket In that state, and he «xyects to see
It get a majority up In the thousands.
The policy of Protection growing In f*
all the time, and Mr. Yost believes the
Republicans can increase their congres
sional delegation on that issue.
state.
ceed
s'
of the
■ didate
Deeosndanto of Two Ilarians.
A call ha» just been la-m d by Hoa. A
II Harlan, of N*w Burlington, Ohio, !
the second annua! reunion of the Hailuu
family, the d 'sceudant* of Geonrd aud
Michael Harlan, which will be held In
Glen Miller Park, Richmond, Wa
county, 1 diar.a,beglunlug on September
IU and continuing sev. ral days More
than a year ago Mr. A. II. ila'lau begun
hunting up hi» relatives and lound .him
•Mattered all over the country lie
notices to all bat he could lo at -, asking
their co operation lu h iding a big re
union of the deeci udants of George and
Mich cl Ilarlau was btuuu on SepttMnh
27 of last year, and c utiuued ihr e days,
In Birmingham Park, Chester county,
Pa., near which place tlieae brothers sol
t.ed 2.U years ago
Their descendants cow number
of whom a e
ry stati of the Uni n. A
great many are in the West, principally
in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky In
Harford county, Ma yland, ate a great
many of the family, several families jiv -
Fällst« u, (Jhurchville, wLc e Dr David
Harlan, U. ri N., resides, at Darlington
and Hopewell, now called Level O hers
live in Cecil county, aud L/go numbers
In Cecil county, aud large numbers In
Chester and Lancaster couuths. Pennsyl
vania, where the original settlement Was
made
The only Harlan ef the original amily
Dr. Herbert Ha lan,
to
to
8000 pereone,
fourni In evf r
l><
in Baltimore
George 8. Harlan and Henry D. Ilarl&o.
Mr- W. Beatty Ha- an, is to attend and
make an address
terlstlcs ol George a
I.
rsoual iliarac
Michael Har
r
toll.
George and Michael Ilarlau were born
In Mouk Wearmouth, England. George
the elder, and first
January, 1U60. When Michael, the
born has tot been
They emigrated to the
tbe light in
younger brother,
discovered
north of Ireland, where George
ried, and became the father of four chil
dren. Iu 1Ö87 they
landing at New Castle, now in the S ate
of Delaware, but then part of the Provi
dence of Pennsy vanla. They dwelt for a
abort while
New Castle county, Del.,
in life went up the braudywlue
Its banks In Kuinett,
t» America,
a place
or Centrevllle,
le, but later
d pur
chased lend
Peunsbury. Michael Harten
in 1090
Heury Dixon, at
a private i
married
Dlnau Dixon, a daughter of
t ng held
Frienda'
. George Ilarlau died
In 1714, but it has never been ouud
when and whore Michael died. From
Michael darlan
e Ilarians.
descended the Baltl*
Pi
cation, uign Tariff,
or modified tarlfi reems to be the lead
ing problem fir tbe American people
solve jnst at the present time. Bnt
prorection against high prices for tbe
citizens of Wilmington and surround
ing country 1 b
who are about to pu'chav« cry goods
and trimmings, to know win re to buy
the best goods st the lowest prie s, and
this interestfng qaefttlon eud Intricate
problem can be analyzad
by pailug a visit to Stroud's dry (o >de
store, 109 West S^ocnd street, snd
amine their stock, aud you will bu
prised and wouder how they sell these
goods on snob a small margin. Those
French sa*
still have a good
oolcre at only 15 < esta
heavy dock, stripes
jackets, only 7
lefaotloo. Remnants iu red damask
table linen, romnants H bed tloktng;
42-tnoh unbieaohed mnaltis H oents,
worth 10 cents; 4S ionb uublevobta
muslins 9 cents, worth 12 cents; 45 inch
blesehed muslins 10
oents, and a great
Oar exp*
gradnal y flndlu4
do the best with tb » least
Interesting to these
, er, d
aro going very fast, bnt
tment In all
yard Tuo
I la'.ds f. r boys'
, gl'-es f* ne al sat
of
«, worth 14
y other bargains,
being light, purohaseis
where they
jney.
"2
a
Notice.
The genuine Shorpless creamery bnt
1er bos Bbarplees printed In fail on eaoh
print. Always for sale by Lynoh &
Leary, Madison street grocers. N. W.
corner Fourth.
that everybody ought to know that A.
Sergeant gives 9040 lbs. of the beet, well
cleaned cool In every ton yon bay- Oak,
f ilne and hioory kindling wood in large
oads. Lime for whitewashing. Tard,
foot of Monroe street. Centrai office,
Seventh and 1
blue sign. O
Dr. B
street*. Look for the
if in the evening*
K
s' WLtte Paimosie Balsam,
The great and mighty lung medicine,
for ooaghs, sore throat, &o. Endorsed
by thousands. Far from being excelled
ny other. 0Oo. and fl. Depot, 4th
King sts. Bold by dealers.
hy
I
Gall for loe oream soda water at
Beaton Smith's drag store, Seventh and
llMStreftE I
A (MDoai miD Mtlcg tiger hu jaet'
been onptured »11 t# In Indie. A pli
WM dag for e trop, end belled with e
lire bullock After two deye the beeel 1
eround end promptly jumped In
to the pit. To oeptare him e second i *
pit wm dug near the first, eud of the
seme depth. From this e tunnel wet ,0T
ran to the first pli, e thin well of earth
being left between the end of the tunnel
and the pit A strong bamboo oagei Ge
wm pushed lota this tunnel fiom to6
seoond pit. A goat was placed lo the
oage, and the wall of earth was broken
down. The tiger rprang opin the goat,
the entrance t » the cage was quickly
oloaed and the beast waa fast, snd
stayed eo until he was rate In Oalootia.
ere
Is
to
of
Tariff lie form
There was quite n spirited debate „„
tariff reform tn front of Harper Sc Bro's
commission bouse, on Fourth itreet,
yesterday afternoon. Those la the affir
ma», I t w re M*« rs. Ph 1 ipr, Bau*hey
and John Utile; negative, Messrs.
Blair and Warren Harper. After con
siderable discussion and a oouiplete
lookadlng of the pavement, Sergeant
Steuer gave the debate to the affirma
tive and dispersed the orowd.
old
ffatwl f all of a Uatboile
iroh.
Milwaukee An
Catholic Cbnroh at
t '-day, killing one man and crashing
several others
& 18.—-The Dew
leman collapsed
that thsy may d e
l,
10
a.
.
m.
•8

9
for
to
see
the
dioliß
m
the
U
3
/
N
/
«♦ 4
FLOATING SOAP
-IS
THE CHIEF
In
re
sol
A
In
-
In
7
Bath, Toilet and Laundry
Whito «nd Absolutely Pu
lt J^ T de>1 «r doe« not keep White Cloud 8 *'st
end 10 cents for sample eako to the maker«-'
8
JÄS. S. KIRK & CO..
CHICAGO.
«
5
6
P
RAYMOND'S
VACATION
EXCURSIONS.
All Traveling EipenMi included.
10 AUTUMN TRIPS
l><
IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER,
Of fr'm nine to tnirteen days, with visits
all tbe leadlog Muuntaln, Lake, X
««aside Resorts
and
New England, New York
Canada, In'lndlnx the White Moan
. Montreal, Uaebeo, the Saguenay
River Lake Mein phi emagog, Stowe, Sam
mit of Aloant Mansfield, isles ot Shoals,
Meant Desert. Msosehead Lake, Old Or
chard Heath. Hudson River, Saratoga,Lake
(Jeorce, Lake Champlain, Ansable Chasm,
the Adtrondaok Mountains, tke Wyoming
Valley, Watkins Glan, N taxai
Tliou aud Islands, the St. La
and Rapids, Trenton Falls, eto,
T
3
cn
m.i
P.
Falls, the
wren oo River
In addition
PHlLADKLPHlA
above, a party will
September 10
of the Yellowstone National
journey Across
lor a
Park, continuing
the 4'ontlment
the same date there will be
to Colorado and "Aronnd the
slon
Circle'* in the Kocky Monntalna.
uctooar 8, an exourslun
Pacific
the
Nor
Pacific
railroad
Northwest and California.
Also, Mipteiuber lo and ciober n, »oor
slons to Noutbern California direct,
the Santa Fe route.
AT-Sond for dstorlptive oironloia designat
Iok whether tbe book ol "len September
Trips," the Y ellows'o ne National Park (
the Colorado Excursion, or Southern Cali
fornia l onr Is desired.
RAYMOND A WHITCOMB,
111 S. Ninth St., under Continental Hotel.
PHILADELPHIA.
the
in
T
6
ate
a
11
«
P
of
P
I
H> BALK Or IMPORTED CAT
TLE —The undersigned will cell at
pub'lo sale on
THURSDAY, AUGUST BOTH, 1838,
at 1 o'oloek, sharp,
la th* Bsale uoase lawn, onpsslte the P.,
W a B. r. k repot, in the ofty ofOheater,
re , a herd of 17 Imnortea and reg- a cjr M (Of
lstered Holstein-FrlMlan Uattls of l^W w
all ages, oonslstlng of oows, bulls,IC jL.
two yearly heifers and yearlings about
one third of them will h.vs calves by thslr
side on day of sale.
tbe
>de
thslr side;
Grade Durhams with oalves by
woald make good famll
a weeding oat sale,
herdoftne breeder, and they
the best producing families In
(lows.
ii
This is
Uatalogces
ta:e. No pcstponement
the weather, and will
be obtalied a week before
account of
II rain or shine.
ROBERTS A HANNUM.
. Agts orownrr.
als ts
d
L.W.Stllbam A ^ob,
P
UHLIO BALK OF
ftesh
FIRST CLASS
_Belle
Hotel, 2th ward, elty of Wilmington,
—Will be sold
ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON,
AUGUST 29th, 1888,
A.
1 o'eioek,
2%% bead of Fresh Cows and flEMi
fy rorward Springers, 1 work ftxZ
riving horse. —*
I he
were bougnt
Lancaster and Lebanon oonttles, snd
ocnsldered by good |adg
of caws soil at any rub
eng them will be found
and big batter
to be tbe beat lot
llo sale this season;
heavy milk
Persons wanting
good young oows should attend thU sale,
aale positive.
A oredlt of 90 da
14
tys will be given
ROBERT MoCadDEN.
al8-dAw
all
L. W. Stidham A
1A1H PUBLIC SALK UF I8SS AT
Hoekeesln, DsL, wIU be
TUESDAY, AUGUST list, 1888.
"2 When 1 will sell 26 Head ot Southern uhio
Cows, fresh and elose Springers. These
a fine lot ot young oows g>
baggers, will give the b
Any
■ale, tor
&
, asd good
Isatiiiaotion.
^Toowshould attend this
uauill intend vo sell
"
prioo If 1 can't get m lne. Dinner at 12
at Lto.
E
WM. MoVAUGH
Chandler, ( Ik.
alT-ts
Roblnsjn, Anot.
A ttention dairymen - puhlio
-SALK—The subscriber will sell
o sale, a: his farm on the road leadltg
contrevins to Rennet Square, three
müos from the former place,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23d, 188B,
QA HEAD or OOWS, fresh and
w springers, a tew good feed
" ipatrofxcod work
a flm-class lot of
will do well to
TERMS—sixty a ays oredlt.
Dinner at 12,80.
Halo
J. G. Robinson, anot.
K
_
self
I ll686
try
and see them.
C
fbr
I
W. P. PROUD.
attdfcw
Another UaibrMk.
Wi«hita, Km., Aug. IT.—One of
*"• offloen of the militia company
wbloh returned from Stevens County
1 '«lates thet there le every prvspeot of
another outbreak between Woodadele
i * Qd Hugoton, ee the people of the for
■»«* P*aoe avow they will be revenged
,0T tbe deeth of their four oltieens. The
eltuetlon lu Graut County, he said, Is
•ko eo strained thet the citizens asked
Ge ^ r ^! Mjeri to leave ens company at
«*oh or th« town#, Cincinnati and Ulys
**«> os between these places the blt
rivalry exists
seat question. Both towns are paying
numbers of law!
central strip|1 a day and board to re
mala within their borders, so that they
oau vote ou the county seat question In
about thirty days. A complication [_
arisen lu the fact that Hugoton and
Woodsdale men have taken sides with
rival towns of Graut County. Armr
ere t a'd tj be in possession of the bel
ligerents. Etch side is afraid of the
otaer, henoe the request for troops.
the conn*y
oharooters from the
has
Camp Meeting.
Union Street Part, West Wiimlng
tjn, prayer meeting at 9 o'clook a. —
old time lovefeast, 10.80 n m.; preach
tog, 3 p. m.; prayer meeting, 6 p,
preaching. 7.30 n. m A speotal Invt
tation Is given to all ohrlstlan worker*
oome a d help as.
Philadelphia WilailBgtan * £»1
Urnore Kallroad
JCLV 30th IHhH.
g/atna will leave Wilmington
Philadelphia
8,10. 8 80, « 10,
l, 30, 2 2T, 624,
AccommodaMo
*». *
V or
»47. 1
10 08p. IT,
Accommodation, R40, 6 56, 7 06, 8.10, 10 35,
a. ie., 7 35, 4 00, 6 32, 7 td. and '
New York, l 00, 2 32, 4 40, 6 30, 6
m., *12.23, IM, 2 h t 6 24,
*J p. m.
For West Chester, via Lamokln, 6 40
. 10a, m., 2.8flan.1 4«fop. m.
For Newark (Centre) and Intermediate
Uoua, 7 42 a. m.. 12 68 and 6 21 p. m.
Baltimore and iuteraediate sutlona, 10 u a
m. , 8oo and 11 88 p. n>.
Baltimore and Bay Line, 7 46 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 128, 4 48,
1012, and 1100a. m.. 12 08. *1 17. 244, 4M,
•8 3a, and7 46p. m.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for:
New Castle, 8 00, 8 30, 11 58 a. m., 2 66, 2»
• 25 p. m.. and 12 06 Night,
Georgetown and Lewes. 8 80a. m.,860 p.m.
Behoboth, 8 80a. m.;8 50 p.m.
Beaford (express), 3Np. si.
Harrington, Delmar, and way stations, S 80;
63 a. m,,
Express for Harrington, I 10 p. m. Wa*
aln, 6 26 p. m.
Express for Dover, Harrington, and Dol
lar, 12 06 Night.
FrankUn City. 8 80 a. B,
Express for Cape Charles, Old Point Com
fort, and Norfolk, 12 06 Night.
foil«»» -
9 47 T ?0 07 fl) J l^» 2 U61 * ** uf |[
a 40 and » 00 p. m.
.6 55, 7 06, 10 85 0. m,
00, 5 32. 7 40,___ _
Chester (express), 6», 750,
Ul, rn., 12 30, 6-24, 6 40,
8 68, 814
7 Oii,
i» eb, 10 07,
*6 26, 7 06,
U

6 IS
Leave Philadelphia. Broad Street, for WH
■InKton (express), 1225, a 60, 7 20, 7 27. SIS
ioilü 6*or 1 •£*»%' *m ,01 * <02> 480
Accommoda ion, S26, 10 '28 a. 1.26, 2.28
08 10 40. and U ff p. m.
■UHDAY TRAINS.
For Philadelphia (expre»«),
7 16, »10, 1161a. m., 2 27, 6 24, ■
Accommodation, 816 a. in
•wa
8 27. 4 27,r
2 00, 2 62. 4 40
'mo,°ife*4io,

61 a rn.
Ul. 120. 416
York (express), 2 00, 2 62, 4 40, 7 U,
m.. 227, 624, 'sac, V 06, and 10.«
5 8« > ro CheBt * ^, vU Lamokln, 816 a. m..
« J Old Point Comfort,
Norfolkj 12 06 N lght.
«».715.9 10,
5 24. 7 06. a
p. m.
Accommodation,
6 30. and 7.40 p. m.
For New Yor
816, 1161s.
P Æ
Castas, Middletown, Clayton,
, SeaXord, Laurel
Dover,
and Delmar,
Baltimore
1012 a. m., 12
li«
0« N tjeht.
Washington. 1.28, 4 48, 8 0«.
00 and il M "• * nÜ 7 " P * "•
! Phlladelphfiu Broad Street, forWll
), 12.5»j 8.60^7.20, 8.10, U.U
n
"ifîf 5-^. X ^67 B ai
Accomm<MlaUon^8.H5, 10.28 A. M., 12.86,2.01,
For further Ini
(erred to
Train« mark*-,l
the ticket office D *
«KUX!
*J
æ >n wnlch extra fare li charg«5! t * d ° XI>r * <,<1 '
AH. E. r U« H . J. K. WOOD
General Manaaer General 1'assenxer Axt
EALT1BOKI « VOX 14» HAILKOAI
VOHKDUL1 IF UFW90T, April W, 1888.
Trains leave Dolawora Amu Dtp«»:
EAST bound.
For Philadelphia and Chester, «
T 66, »8 80,9 00 lo so and *1114 a. m.;
3 66, *6 *20, 6 26, 0 SU, T 8 Q, »8 «8 and 8 66 p. Ok
cn Sundays,7 80.7 66, a 06,10 80 and *11 1« a
m.i 1 00, 8 00,8 66,*» 20, 6 20, 0 «,*8 u and 8 •»
P. m.
16, 7 80
; 100,8 00,
WEST BOUND.
For SlngWiy, aocomnaodauon, .dally 12 80
For Baltimore, aeoommodaUon, dally «X
oept Sunday 0 46 a.
For Chloago and Plttsbarg, express, dallj
T 88 a. m.
Cincinnati and St, Lonls express, dally
Baltimore accommodation, dally lllpoi
Pittsburg, Chloago and St. Loots express
Uly 6 to p m.
Hingerly accommodation, dally 7 80 p in.
FOR LAIfDSNBKRG, 9 10 A. M^UOd»
only, 1L00 a. m. doll» except Sunday, 2 41
6 80, 140 p. m. dally.
Trains leave Marko« stmt Station.
For Philadelphia 186 p. m. dally. Foi
Baltimore f 86>. M., dally. For Lan Jon
here 0.60 and U.oo a. M. dolly, exoept Hnn
dfc m " dauv* ° n äu " 4jkr ILSA SiW
Pittsburg, chieogo sod St Louis express
dally 6 ») p m.
Trains for wumingtoa-l^ars PhUads.
phla, dolly.*Too, 10.00, moo a. m., UN
noon. 1 tt 1.00,4 80, H.QQ, O.M. Alt, 10 10.
"ÄÄ
11
P
y, oxoept Sunday, 6.60, T.w s. m
*4.26. and 1 so
Sundays only. 8.1S a m.
Express trains •
Rat
WnaTBRV POINTS LOWXX THA*
VIA AVT OTHER
W.M. CLEMENTS,
Gen'l Manager.
TeloDhone Bfo. isa.
O. UJHIULk
toon'i ras«. U»
WILMINGTON A NOKTHBKM H. H
Timetable In effect, July 8lb 1888. Trains
leave Wilmington (French street) as follows:
For Reading, Klrdsboio, Joanna. Sprlcs
fleld, Wayneaburg Junction, Manor .PotUville,
Tamwjua, Allentown, Lebanon, Werners
ville and all pointa on the Philadelphia antf
Reading R. R., 7.H0a. m. and 2.40 p. m.
For Sprlngdeld, Wayntsburjc Junction
OoKtesvllle, Kmbreevlle, Lenape, (Jhadd'i
Ford and Dupont's and lntermeala
nd lutermedlat« points at
.40and 6.00 p. m
Chester, 7.
For' Wei
'Dally except Saturday and Bunday.
For New Bridge and Intermediate
Saturday only
!.. 2.40
B.Ot
Ou Sunday for Reading and lntermedlau
points, at 8.08 a. m., and Tor Sprlugfteld anc
Intermediate points at 5.00 p. m.
A. G. McCAUBI.ANU, BÜWNKS8 BRIGGS,
Superintendent. Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
WIRE WORK of every
" description made to or
der at less cost than you can
get elsewhere. Satisfaction
guaranteed at
W.B. ALLISON'S
WIRK WORKS,
408 ÖH 1 PLMT ST
W1L.. DEL.
•lFpa
as
of
■pRI ENDS'
" FOURTH AND WEST STS.
W1I.I, äE-CPEN
SCHOOL
MC., SEPT. 10TH, '84.
Primary, Interned late and Academic De
E artments. The prlnolpal will be
ulldings after tf mo , 3.1. Uatelof
F.Thomas A Uo.'s
alT-lm
at sohool
I !
O.
iAAUT. JOHNSON,
Prlnolpal
its causes, ana a new
suootismi4)«7RK
yout
_ who was deaf twenty
eight years. Treated by moat of the no
todNpeoiallsts without benefit. Oared him
self in three months, and sinoe then hun
dredI of others. Fun particulars sent on sp
puoatloD. x. s. rAGE, No. «1 West sisi
by
tÿREBIIOLD (N. J.,) INSTITUTE.—
C «0th year Prepares for business and
fbr the bettooileges. Haokwsrd boys taug
privately. Ksv. A. G.CHAMBERS, A.M.
«laT-Im Principal.
I
THE CELEBRATED NERVE TONIC.'
A Word to the Nervous £» "S'"*"". 'SËZ
A healthy boy has as many as you, but he doesn't know it That L»
the difference between "sick" and "well." '"i**fcV
Why don't you cure yourself?* It is easy. Don't wait PahteV
Celery Compound will do it. Pay your druggist a dollar, and enjoy
life once more. Thousands have. Why not you? , ,
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors, Burlington, Ht
WILMINGTON COMMERCIAL COLLEOC,
C ORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET HTBIIT8,
Re-opens Nepceosber », enlarged and Improved. Tlnraugh
JJÜn , .™7J r « ,Bal i <l,nK Prswtiee lm an ao(u»l Beak, Jobbing maA
Commission Hoases, tgeeey and Freight Ofttcea. flustlsuraston and
lecturers. Enlarged Short- Hand and Typ«- Writing Benartmeala in
students (36 ladle*) ln*t year. Night secs ons Gotooer l Drjp ** posta? for a handsome
catalogue, with esUmonlals from graduates and students n»w In msUIouV
H. S. GOLDEY, Principal
a4-tu,th.
j^EADQUABTERS
FOR
PRIME FAMILY COAL.
CAREFULLY SELECTED,
CAREFULLY SCREENED,
CAREFULLY DELIVERED
Kennebec ice & coal co
•I
SECOND AND KINC STREETS.
TBY UDB
750. WHITE SHIRTS
WOBEHie BBin
Made of eood Muslin;
oili so onn,
ed and Good Fitting.
ÜIDBB8HIB11,
Before Baying
OUU.SM,
47UFFE,
AND BEB OUB
650. WHITB SHIRTS,
doable Back and Front
WYATT A CO.'S 603 MARkET STREET
COAL COAL
coAj .
'.■«Mi
•f toe Boat qutiftr
—ALSO—
LIME, SAND, CEMENT, FIRE CLAY sud HU KKIGI
—AT »NW Y AND—
FRONT AND ONURON STREETS,
JOHN M. SOLOMON
TMWN «FFIMK. N0. ■ WI»T THIRD ITKIIT. WIL^
LYNCH k LEAHY.
A Large Stock of
FRUIT JARS
-AND
JELLY GLASSES
At Bottom Prices.
Our »pices are of tDe very beet
quaiity.
LYNCH & LEARY,
MADISON HT. GROCERS,
B
N. W. COR. FOURTH.
si im
fjmit
AKiiaakS' SAVING BANK.
INOOKPORATSD.VBBRCABY 88,
Open to reoelve de
nil 4 p. m., and
evenings from 7 to 8 o'olook.
The charter
posits dally from e a.n>.
Tuesday and Bâtards y
;
'
of the bank provides that the
profits upon Its Investmente, exoept so muoh
as is required fer the pay meat of neoeesary
expenses and for suitable surplus for tbe
security of depoeltors, shall be divided
amont the depositors.
No manager is allowed to borrow any part
of the loads deposited with the Corporation.
MANAGERS.
Georg« W. Push. 8. Allen Hillss.
O. Wesley Weldln, Alexander J. Hart,
Geo. S. Capelle N. K. Benson,
Ohas. W. Howland, Job H. Jaoksoa,
Jos.L. Carpenter, Jr., Anthony HiKgtns
Henry F. Dure Washington Hastings
MONEY LCAMSDON MCKTGAGJtto
Gao. W. Bdhh,
President.
K. T. Tatlob, Treasurer.
Joe. M. Math an Auditor
Gao. 8. OaraixB,
Yioe-Peeldent
i«w
ATTENTION—ALL PERSONS D1
/Y. siring drugs pare and chemicals o i
wishing their prescriptions or private receipt I
carefully composnded with pure tatartai i
■nould'go
ths Jr
at
il!
BBUteHVBM,
WUmtngto«. Del
617 Markst street.
DR. SIMMS' VEGETABLE
HEADACHE.
LIVER PILLS.
The only Ptlts known toat will operate wlftb
griping, alekenlHg, weakening, eg
saving the bowels costive. Mlldaad *
easy in their operation, they are
the best Pills ever offered to the
fin
qu'rlng Purgative, Alter
ative or LJver Medi
cine; They are
nice for aged
people.
îgsrsfcsutnsTbiîasj**
doubted references,"" tofy^runwÄäSSg
FUI*, Bn gar-coated. Bold bv deal<Se.
PRINCIPAL DEPOT
B
I
FOURTH A KINC STS
çaffînvestments
; M .—-JL Capital, S7QO.OOQ
' Surplus, « 33 S.OI«
ipal nr.d interest both fully guaranteed by Om
and Surplus of «1.1Q6.U1& In seventeen yeuai
sineae we have loaned Si 1,404,600, paying fas
6 %i I 2965 SSSS
out delay or the loss of a deilar. •2S2S«
First Mortgago and Debenture Bonds aim
Sayings Certificates always on band for snla^
In tlaviuge Departments, in »mount« of «B ^
ward ; in the Mortgage Department. «300 Soi 3
ward. Full «nformatiia regarding nw iirioaa«s9
t /.B. WATKINS LAND MORTGAGED
LAWRENCE, KANSAS f • ^
«»w VaHr »CW«V CICKiaiBM 81«
Pi
b ■
I
JAS. A. KELLY.
M Fta, Wlots, Wbtes.es, mi
n?414^ 8tolpl,ir * krm **- Talent ■«»«• mr

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