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The Delaware Ledger
ADVERTISING RATES t—Ono inch, ont inieraon, 79 conts. For ca«ii mi bloquent Innortior 15 conta per Inch. Ono Inch for one year, $<i. THE 8UB8Cim*TI»N V IH one dollar nml n half it tv. «ix moulin. All payntô Marri »an und death notices I Advertisement)« and rvniiiin ■landed In by Thitrsduy nut MUCK of Tint I, ; Hovcnty-flvo c 1 gratuitously, ns should he •k in ih f end JOB PRINTING of »II kind* donowith nenl tiros and dispatch and at fair rates. BOWEN & BROTHER, TUM.SIIKRS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1883. OUR MAILH. Until l'urthor notico tho mails to and Newark postoffice will bo a follows: Out going—South: 7.53 Iron Hill Station, Elkton, and alt south and west. 12.45 Elkton, soutli and west. 10.10 Baltimore south and west. frt Outgoing—North: 8.25 Stanton, north, east and west. 8.25 Hares' Corner, New Castle and all stations tho Peninsula. 10.10 north, east and west, including the Peninsula to Harrington. In coming from north, east ami west 8.40 ; 13.45. South and west 10.00 ; 10.15. Dover up 10.30. 13.45. From all tho Peninsula S. It. Choate, P. M. MINOR LOCALS. —Bonutiful munelite. —Howling winds all this week. —A mild winter has been predicted. —Monday was a good day for red noses. —Tablets, all sizes and kinds, at this office. —Sharp-toed shoes are rapidly going out of fashion. —The Thanksgiving turkey will he flopping his last flop. —Wilmington merchants would find it to their advantage to advertise in The Ledger. —Many of our citizeus chased their hats on Monday. It was a good day to take a run. • —Go to the Wilmington Opera House this evening to sco (lus Williams in "One of tho Finest." —Call early and often for some of the superior Keystone Tablets which we have iu samples. —Mrs. Aniiio Nailer of 'ar Clayton, spent several days of last and this week, in visiting friciulH here. —There was a window-pane thickness of ice several mornings this week, and it was very cold, all the same. —Road all tho advertisements, now and old, in our paper, aud by doing so you will bo mutually benefited. —Rev. Mr. Vallandigham of tins town filled the pulpit of Rev. Mr. Caton in Chesapeake City on Sunday last. —Sure cure for dyspepsia—riding in our hacks twice a day over the depot road. Many testimonials cun bo furnished. —About twenty persons from this town last Saturday night. visited Ott Chapel The Temperance Society being in session. —The time lias arrived when fall Pack them carefully coats must go. away, and they can bo resurrected next (A11 —Tho State is flooded with gunners. Let us hope tho Legislature will euact a law prohibiting shooting for at least live years. —Many ol the young folks nr tailing for cold weather, as they aro anxious to indulge in the exhilcrating sport of skating. vcrcoats, and if you want to buy ono cheap, and a good one at that, read the clothing "ads" iu Ibis issue. —Good weather for —For handsome and appropriate Christ presents, go to Wood & Bancroft, 004 Market street. They cannot fail l0 please you. chants of (his town wore never busier than they now arc. Advcr tising in The Bkdof.u is giving them ia PPy vesu ts. —The —Annual communication of I. O.O. F # or the State of Delaware on Wednesday evening next, at which timo an election of officers will tako place. —Tho small boy is repairing his last winters sled; polishing up his skates, and will soon bo iu first-class trim for a full winter's campaign of fun. —Mr. Henry C. Murphoy and family of. Clayton, Del., spent Sunday and Monday last, visiting his father, Mr. David J. Murpliey, of this town. —The Co-Operativo store makes its bow to its patrons tlii.' •ok, through and neat ad. Read it carefully and a note what it says about cheap goods. —Muff's large enough for one hand will be fashionable this winter, be dono with tlio other hand able to say, unless it is given to somo nice What's to to hold. —Tho report of the potato crop up to November places it at 175,000,000 busels. This big crop should make woman aud child in the land shed tears of gratitude for so great a blessing. —We havo just gotten in a superior lot of ruled and plain tablots whfch ■ell lower than where in this town or in Philadelphia. Call and see them and be fully convinced. —Mr. Jno. E. Lewis, will "raise" tho his farm y can bo purchased else frame work ot a now granary just south ot town to-day. With this fences Lewis A ve building and will present a very attractive appear ancc. -—Any persons here desiring packages delivered in Wilmington and Philadel phia, and brought from tho same places, will please leave their orders at this office, and the same will be promptly executed at small cost. —The front windows of the houses on Academy street way of beautiful flowers. Such a sight make housei are homes attractive and inviting. •—On tho first Sabbath of December the very attractive in the think ilie occupants of said • striving to make their Rev. Dr. Yallandigham will commonce tho thirty-first yoar of hi tor of Head of Christiana Church, intends •vico as pas Ile that day to preach a sen appropriate to tho occasion. rp. , , „ — ' !'** largo barn of Mr. Wm. Karne tlier, living near Glasgow, was burned on Tuesday nicht. All his farm implements were destroyed, together w.fh . two STK. T!;Mr nbOU ' ma " insluance 011 the building. —E. A.Watson & Co.,'London avenue, keep constantly on hand all kinds of Canning; machinery, etc. Their porcelain lined cucumber pumps cannot ho excel buying these pumps have them put in at moderate cost by the abovefirm. led. Per —Wo would cordially ask our friends in need of choap paper in lablet form to call and see what wo have in that lino. The prico we ask for them is low that cannot put it in tho paper, but come and we will whisper the very low figures In your oar —M. H. Barton dealer in all kinds of flour and feed, purchased a lot of corn from Mr. Carpenter of near Yetman's mill, which for size of ears and regularity of grain we seldom if Tin els per —Tho guttors are boing cleaned of tho leaves that recently loft tho trees, but which did not leavo the gutters. Mon day and Tuesday wero good days to rako leaves. Tho wind helped them to tako sudden leave when boing resurrected by the scavengers. —Mr. Frank Eliason, a former resident of Middlotown, but now connected with tho Marvin Safe Company, 023 Chestnut St., Pliila., town tills week working up trade for that firm. Mr. Eliason is well-known here, and the sales which lie is selling aro among the very best. —Tho Teachers Institute of New Castle county will meet in Middlotown Wednes day afternoon, Nov. 21, and remain in session till Saturday morning, Nov. 24. This mooting will undoubtedly be as interesting as it is instructive to the teachers and all others who may attend a very pleasant time is oxpcctod. soon equaled, il yielded Mr. (-'arpenter 00 busli traveling salesman, was i - londay mglit . The wind blew very hard, and was cold and pierce mg. During tho day a slight squall of ) snow passed over, and the wind was high j all day. Tho weather on Tuesday was j chilly and blustery. But as we havo just ordered a quarter ton of coal, wo feel safe for tho winter. ; —Tho train duo hero at 4:50 P. M. iti | invariably crowded to standing. We I would suggest that tire company put on j extra car on this train, ns in doing so ' . —The cold snap struck this town about 3 o'clock it would bo a groat convenience to n largo j traveling public from this place. Wo ' know of no station along tho lino with a larger passenger traffic than Newark, j barring Wilmington and Chester. —Homo pleasant theatricals here this winter would bo very entertaining. Tho town contains plenty of talent for tho undertaking. Plenty of Romeos and Juliets, anil again a score aptly fitted for the Uglier parts of comedy. Lot tho matter bo talked over among yourselves, friends, aud may early decision bo reached. It would, iudoed, he instructive to all participating. —Mr. J. T. Mullin of the firm of J. T. Mullin & Son, 0th and Market streets, Wilmington, was in tho vicinity of New ark ill is week visit to his friends. He brought gun with him, and took a little hunt. Ho I carried tho game homo with him in a glass-covered box in the shape of a beau tiful red bird, which ho captured by a difficult wing Bliot. improved breech-loading —Wm. T. Bowen, who is engaged in hulling clovorseod, and haloing hay with his steam press, desired us to say to those to wished his services to address him by lotter through the Elkton postoffice for rates, etc. Mr. B. has had an amount of experience in this lino of work and never fails to please tlioso who have secured his Those having work of this character to do would do well to givo him a call. sen , , , , . . , *d i" the basement of tho M. it. Church from 4 to i o clock on Thanksgiving even —A Thanksgiving supper v i 11 be ing, by tho Ladies Aid Society. Aud at Exchange Halt a musical conceit will bo Bivu]1 at 7-30 . Prof . 0l cm of Baltimore, alld Mr . Zinlm01 . nlall ofWilnl ngt0Ilill b( . cu engaged for the concert and wo may pect a rare treat. Tickets to supper and concert each 35 cents. Combined 00 cents. —Professor Herr Doblor's gift enter tainment given three nights iu tho Hall hero was above tho averago traveling through tho country. The tricks shown by the Professor wero really wonderful, and tlio silver-ware, jewelry, and lots of other useful aiul costly presents given away without extra cost. Tho hall was well filled, and those who did not attond missed a rare treat, and probably missed drawing a valuable present. —The report roaches this week that the proposed stoain flour mill spoken of in our last issue will be a building G0x40 feet and four stories high. Sevoral thou sand dollars have already been subscribed, it is said, aiul after a few additional tiiou sand aro added, tho work will bo pushed rapidly forward. Such urn 1er taking as this will undoubtedly prove a success. Tho building will ho erected near tho Deau Woolen Company's mill. —E. A. Watson & Co, havo accepted tho agency for the "Storer's Patent Goared Corn and Cob Bweep Grinder," (the king of feed mills) and will give a a trial of tlio grinder at their shops on Now London Avcnuo, near tlio Dcor Park hotel, on Tuesday next, the 20th, at 2 o'clock P. M. All per in feed grinders arc cordially invited to bo present, unfavorable the machine will he tested on tho next clear day. interested il' reatlier should prove —A certain gentleman who lives Wilmington, but who frequently visits this town, in speaking of tho • into 24-hour system about to railroads, that when it did tlio lie proposed to secure tlio services of a traveling whose duties it would bo to keep him accurately informed P? u train schcd ulo; such as whether tho 10:50 trai time north, or tho 20:18 ou time south, etc. We think this gentleman's views tlio mattor ry commendable, to say ' beginners in tlio 24. tho least, for hours sytem. —This is a free country! sure, but you can't get Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup free of charge, it costs you a quarter every timo. —Twenty dozen of winter gloves came this week for every body. Tlio best buck »hin Roods I could buy. Ladies and chil d"™* *«» «Sw» of all kinds. Cannot at Arm -Another invoice of ladies and mis»s coats. Come and see if we can't soil yon ono , 1st. floor, Armstrong's. —IIo eyed the spot for a moment, and quietly and oat-like in movements ho seized the broom. The intrudor had actually appeared. Tho broom was sud denly thrust into a corner with great vio lence and repeated until at last the offen der lay dead bofore us. Yes, dead! and Mr. 8am'1 L. Sweet will toll you tho same story. The him for soino time, eating ids bread, cakes, and nibbing at tho segnvs, and bis death (tlio mouse's) was foretold. The evont occurred on Thursday afternoon. May ho rest in peace. • troubling had be grand wedding aud some of tho guest emigrated to cream saloon and called for chocolate cream. While eating they informed the lady (Mrs. II.) that ns the house full she could just scud the bill to tho host. Oh, no! said the lady; you may bo well educated,—and it you are not y should ho, -hut you cannot do that unless you brin« a note, and quietly walked out. lhen we will wnto ono sold they. In walked the proprietress and the Iwo In question quletly.pald down their money and walked out. It was all In fun, however. —We havo at our office a patent wrench i to bo used in oiling or greasing —Yes, it riago j •ranged that j the j two sets of clamps, j or wagon spindles. It is sc ono need never get grease hands. There r I ,i : Tho outer clumps bind the ri hub and the inner clamps bind the nut. Thus arranged the wheel may bo started j backward and takon off without further of tho tho ! trouble. Mr. ('has II. Ford, Baggage Agent at the Wilmington Staton, is tho j solo owner of this patent for the State of I Delaware. Wo would ho pleased to lmvo | who desires such a convenient i j ; Wedding Anniversary j vmoing Anniversary. ) Mr. and Mrs. James Blest of lliis town j j gave a very pleasant evening's enjoyment ; j on Tuesday ovoning last, at their real deuce on Chapel St. The occasion being the twentieth anniversary of their mar ; riage. Towards evening the many iuvi-! | u ' ( * friends of Mr. and Mrs. Blest began J I to l' 0 " 1 ' in upon thorn, witlr many tokens j j ot respect iir tiro sltapo of handsomo and | ' useful presents. After sevoral hours of j i »"y : article like this to call and bo convinced I its iking merits. Prico $1,00. j social enjoyment theguostswere conducted j ' to the dining room, where a large supply of refreshments were partaken of. Tho j table fairly groaned under tho weight of the many good things. Tho most notable, beiug a largo iced eake, bearing the date of marriage, and the number of years they had been married. At a lato hour Mm. Rebecca Hall, wife ol Mr. John Hall, of near this town, died on Friday j evening last, at half-past five o'clock, after j au illness of about two weeks of typhoid j fever. Mrs. Hall haying always lived the friends took their departure for their various homes, wishing Air. and Mrs. Blest many more such pleasant and happy wedding anniversaries. Sad Deaths. in this icinity, was well-known, and many friends to mourn their loss I ^ eav °f R wf friond, for such was she, being always ready to lend a holphing hand to the sick needy. Tho funeral took place from tho residence of her husband te Salem M. E. Church; of | diicli church Mrs. Hall had been a faith- 1 Monday. November the 12tli. Services rere held i ful member tor more than forty years. Tho Rev. Mr. G rocuo, paster of Salem I charge, officiated. Iutormont took place ! in tho burying ground adjoining tho church, and along side of two fresh made mounds of sous graves, Richard Ells worth, and John T. Hall, who wero borne to Iho grave hut a short time previous, The first on Tuesday, Ootobcr tho 9th; the Tuesday following, Mr. Hall and ids remaining four sons I and daughter havo tho sympathy of this, 1 this groat afflie- : of their I tho second October 10th, 1883. and other communities, i tiou, in tho loss of three mombe family in the short space of live cèk». They Oan Please You. :n of WoTT* Branorofl, sta . j The Iir tioners and printers, 604 Market St., ; Wilmington, are now fully stocked willi tho prettiest aa well as tho most snbslsn tial goods for Chrl.tmas'presents, Any thing and everything. Plush boxes, filled with tho most beautiful creamjaul writ lug paper. Brass ornaments in every ' design aud finish. We would ask our I friend, in Newark and vicinity to give them a call nml seo tho magnificent dis play of fancy goods which they havo in . The new time schedule goes into effect theP., W. and II. Railroad on Monday, Will this cause a revolution iu time pieces ? railroad timo, must buy a new watch, or very often get left. I ho Attornoy-Gcncr.v at Washim-Kgi says that lo tlx a number of hours for heads of departments to work, must bn legalized by Congress, Tho railroad cau easily work this system among the employees, and then still solid tho regular form of schedule to tlio traveling public. Opera House Amusements. Every per wishing ; to koep •a 1 —Many will attend tlio rendition of "Ono ot the Finest" by Uns Williams to night. Wo can insure all who go a good laugh. —The rendition of tlio "Silver King" this ! ! at the Opera House i s superb. Many attended fr Wiluiingto week this town. "Cookes Cor- I ,, . ..... , , ' Ir ' s," nt tlio Wilmington Opera IIoubo tlraction worth ! to "('oo'-o's V . S •ito comedian is —John E. Owens, it Monday night will be a long journey to see. —Nowarkors cannot «lo bettor tlia go and seo John E. Owens at tho Wil mingfon Opera House, on Monday night ' drama, entitled iu his Corners." world-wide in fame, ami his quaint and original humor is unsurpassed. In this This fa play ho assumes the rolo of Ile/.ikiuh | Porkins, a character full of tho richest i ,, , ; —h ltioen dozen mens and boys winter caps. Cheaper than hats aud last much longer for boys. 1st. floor, Armstrong's. —Ladies, misses anil infants hand knit goods this week. Tlio largest stock wo ir had, at Armstrong's. and most ludie s situations. Don't, fail him. j —Good stylo is good sense, good health, good energy and good will, but a bottle of Dr. Bulls's Cough Syrup is a good benefaction that suffering humanity has j already learned to appreciate. The Thing Wont Off. A parly of six wero seated about back room of r eight youug in eu inviting and cosy Elkton druggist on last Sunday. Any amount of small talk was buing indulged in. Presently a young gentleman who plys the quill in an attorn* ney's firm in Philadelphia, drew forth two findly-llavorcd cigns, and presented ouo to his friend, who wore glasses. The innocent lighted the 'gar and compla cently puffed away. All but lie awaited • results, because they all knew there lun ahead. Tho cigar, which was held between tho first and second finger of the innocent suddenly commenced to fizz and splutter, and beforo ho could comprehend the moaning of the commotion, the thing went off a with sky-roclcot-bang. Poor llarry in his mortal fear threw tho nlade a wild ra , h for the »pi uttoringc i gor , ,, arlng it wou , d igDito the oil and blow , np tbe who]o .., he ,. b „ .. By ra> j boys lliere „ n0 fund in tlli8 kind of a ; t1dngi ,. h , or | ed . B thi8 tlme tho jokor bad assumed aU screaming laughter. Bob soon joined in, i but Harry, who is ever willing to smoko "cussed" thing toward a lot of coal oil barrols. Now came Bob's time. Ho ts of attitudes in j but who rarely treats, could not sco where j tho laugh came in and remained silent. j This same Harry is quite a joker in his j way, and tho compliment he received the boys was justly due. j ! jv WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Nc tho that November elections aro j ^ one w *tli, ^ ie immediate effect i I iu tllc increase af arrivals at Iho National | Ca P| ta *. Members of Congress havo been i H l a y* u l» homo to tako part in the fall elec brings some of j them to Washington. Tho coming mcct ; mg of Congress is to bo a long session, j and it is very desirable to engage comfort Ilblo a3 oarly a6 pol!lliblo . Con _ j gross will probably not adjourn until next ; July. Soven or eight months occupation of rooms at a hotel in apartments, or even keeping house suggests to tho experienced the advisa bility of securing apartments beforo the J rash begins. It is an evidont fact, by tho j way, which every winter makes more | painfully impressive, to tlroso who have j to occupy its garrets and lrasemouts that I *' on8 > but every train • boarding house, or j the National Capital has not sufficient room for the accommodation of its winter guests. It is estimated that a floating population of at least 50.000 is present during tho season. This is an increase of ono third more people than is provided for by tho ordinary accommodations. The consequence is much crowding, high prices, and groat liberality in tho use of language, so to speak. Of course, tho chief interest of this city just at this moment is tho fall elec tions. Tho Republicans feel quietly groatful over the outeomo which is very mucU better tban thc y !md expected. j Tho ohio defeat was a great and uncx j Pocted dissapointment. They had heliov j ed Bdly in a Republican victory, and wl,e " lbo »eturns carno in their chagrin intense. It was quite readily admit ted that it looked very much like a Demo cratic administration next time. Not ono in a hundred expected that New York would give less than 50,000 Democratic majority, and few though that Butler would bo defeated. Their prognostica | tious « avo Virginia to the Malioue 1 however, and so tho réunit unexpected York and Mnssachu •on nil. N all I ,etts 1110 raolataod and Virginia is lost ! Talking about the situation in tho lat tei ' Sm,e witU an intelligent official, he °*pveaaod ''»U« 1 ' noTCt viows which I will partially quote. The result, he said, is J ust wllat tbo mass of Republicans desired. They wanted to sco both Butler aud Mahono defeated. Butler because ho nts tho worst feature of politics, of its vulgar prejti re pr the unscrupulous I dice» and passions; its disapoiutments, 1 aud. revenges. As for tho Coalition enter : P r ' so uut * er Mahono it was partially I doratood, and partially coudemmed as an ise policy. Tiio reputation that Ma lione has sueceodod in making for him self did not help it. It grieved many j K<>l>>'Wtama tlmt tho President supporte, 1 him and lus methods. It has been at the very considerable expense of Mr. Arthur's ; , , A , , a |' or 'T l ] ,0pula, ; ty ' 1 " ,ink i b,l V'° doubt b ° ooked upon H a. fair political strategy a "d pcrl.aps he did not realise that rt '""T? 1 'T , P ? y ' " 0t 80 ' " mch by ' 10 ul , ca8 ""'"'''■A as by tho I " Bed " nd " ,0 " u " in S th ' m ; " Ut nt " ny rate Ropubl.eans are girrt 0 «ce tire fire-eating Mahono cooled off. " 7* * d'»^'» bargmu wrth him made lor flic control of tue Senate, and iu hopes of getting tho ciectorial vote of Virginia; it is felt to be a satisfactory conclusion that tho Republicans of tho ! country can get along without him. i Demorest'« Monthly Magasine for Dcccm bel . is up tho usua i high standard of lbls mo8t excellent publication, (jhampney'a serial, tlio ".Shores of Notli ing ," «commencedand promi a very interesting story. " Our Book Table. Mrs. to prove "Agathe De Valsuzo" is finished, and there aro several entertaining shorter stories. "Christmas in Bethlehem," "An Ancient Legend of Provence," "Robin Hood «and his Men," "A Philosphcr of XVI, Century," "Turgenief," and "How Wo Live in New York," by Jennie June, all articles pleasant to read and profitable to reinem« her. In the way of household adornment and "Kitchen art,' 1 ladies will find this ! number invaluable for the practical infor ! mat ion that it imparts. The vavi de I paHmeuts are fully furnished with infor ' mation on many subjects, and in "Tho World's Progm»'' current evenm nro dis ! cussed in an able ami instructive manner. The art department is remarkably good, the frontispiece being a richly colored oil picture called "Tho Tamburine Girl," of the most attractive pic es that 1ms appeared iu this magazine, An engraving of Jacquct's celebrated painting, "The Minuet,"also appears iu this number. which is ' tur The Ladies' Floral Cabinet , a magi full of entertaining reading, and lull of | directions for protecting plants during i winter, comes to our book tablo bright and fresh for November. This book is published by the Ladies Floral Cabinet Co., 22 Vesoy St.. New York. We would ; recommend this entertaining work to the ladies especially. Single copies 12 cents, j or $1.25 per year. 'I'lie Iiowdttch Magazine , published by Wm. E. Bowditch, 045 Warren St, Bos ton, Mass., has just reached us, for N ember, and it contains many valuablo hints for farmers and housewives in the culture of seeds and flowers for homo decoration. It also contains some highly interesting stories. Single copies 10 cents, or $1.00 per year. CALL AT OPERATIVE B OR eu last was the tho GROCERIES, DRY GO ODS , HO OTS AND SHOES. FAINTS, OILS, GLASS & PUTTY, HARDWARE, , ra> a in, oil Ho FLOUR AND MEAL, CA-TSnSTET) GOODS A. SPECIALITY. Corner Choate and Main Streets, Newark, Delaware. in The Beat Work Out. The Agent« 1 Herald , published by L. Smith, Philadelphia, reached us this week. It is a paper brim full of infor mation to publishers and tho public in tho way of showing up dead beat adver tisers throughout all tho laud. It also contains much valuable reading matter, etc. Every man and woman in this broad land should subscribo for it, as iu doing so they would be saved large sums of money, which they would otherwise foolishly throw away flood tho country with alluring and lying posters and pamphlets. Tho cost of the Agent« 1 Herald is only 50 cents a year, or 5 cents a single copy. It is published monthly. It will over bo received by us in the future as a "friend indeed." Li aro of _ the tho dead-beats who or "Tho Literary Revolution." Aldan's "Literary Revolution," which has accomplished such wonders in tho reduction of tho world's choicest litera ture, while presenting it in excellent, often elegant form, has been a great mystery to many. If there is any secret about it, Mr. Alden evidently means it shall be tion summarizes with characteristic pith "The Old Way" and "The New Way." THE OLD WAY : will s open one. A recent publica of Charge all tho eus id col. |!Ctl Big disco titioli himself. 1,000 hooks, profit $1 cm.Ii- 91.0U0. Publish the nooks that will sell. Tako o dealers and agents (whei pels)—lot tho private buyer lak jinpe or "Number One." THE NEW WAY: io best l>ook possible for the least money buyer* direct, giving them all possible dls rofit one . that <le Gi Sell t count*. 1,000,000 book*, nr Publish the book* each,—910,000. i sell—merit wins in the end. To make SI "Push things."— U. S. Gr d a friand is er than S5profit. The consequence seems to bo that tho new way wins tho largest retail book trade m the world, which is still growing beyond any precedent, and in spite of op position and difficulties almost without example. Mr Alden has just issued a prico list, witli large reductions, which, with descriptive catalogue, is sent free to any applicant. Books arc sent by mail or express, "to bo paid for after rival and examination," evidence of good faith. Address, John B. Alden, Publisher, 18 Vesoy st., New York, P. (). Box 1227. oasonable MARRIED. DU LI NO-W A TIN E Mldflleto Diiliua ai M. E. parsonage, in Mingle, William II. r, both of the above Monday morning last, Noveni (Elkton i «ipo n, by tho Rev. M I Annie M. W ed plaee her 12th, 188 DIED. IIALL:—On last Friday 1883, at the residence Newark, Mrs. Rebeeci oiling, November 9th, f her husband, n all, typhoid fever. THE LEADING MAGAZINE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. ST. NICHOLAS, EDITE 1' BY MRS. MARY MAPES DODGE. The New York Tribune said; "In tho avalanche of immoral literature that threatens tho children,some strong,vitally wholesome,and really attractive magazine is required for them, and St. Nicholas has roaclicd a higher platform, and com mands for this service wider resources in art and letters, than any of its predcces contemporaries." The reference to the wido resources in art and letters commanded by St. Nicholas was never •e fully illustrated than by tho extra ordinary list of attractions which that magazine announces for 1883. The follow ing will be some of tho leading contrib utors: Louisa M. Alcott, 1 a ; ! ' J. T. Trowbridge, Captain Mayno Ried, Maurice Thompson. Frank R. Stockton, Hjalmtir Hjortli Boyesin, Chas. Dudley Warner, Joaquin Miller, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, i Julian Hawthorne, Celia Thaxter, Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, Mary Mapcs Dodge, Lieut. Frederick Schwatka. George W. Cable, E. S. Brooks, Chas. G. Lolantl, Hawthorno Lathrop, Rt John G. Whittier, ' Busan Fenimore Cooper, W. < >. Stoddard, aud scores of other distinguished writers. The best artists and engravers illustrate the magazine. It has been truly said that tho roading of St. Nicholas is "A LIBERAL EDUCATION" G. P. Grandi, "H. II, for tho hoys and girls who aro fortunato enough to have it. In no oilier book or periodical is instruction so happly blended with recreation und amusement. Tlio price is $3.00 a year, or 25 cents a j number. Book-sellers, news-dealers, and I postmasters reçoive subscriptions, or re mittance may bo made direel to the pub lishers, by money or express order, bank check, draft, or in registered letter. The Century Co., New York, N. Y. '' ffiti/m/ßet Liquor Bk i P SOLE AGENTS FOR I DELAWARE, FOR THE PLEASANT VALLEY Wine Company, OF NEW ^OZEtZBL. 63 ?'"Express Orders a Specialty. p. plunkItt & CO., Nos, 100, 108 & 110 Market Street,! WILMINGTON, DEL. A. GALLAHEK, BOOTS AND SHOES, No. 2 West Second street, Wilmington, Del. BUCKINGHAM WHISKEY. A Really Pure Stimulent. Tbese goods controlled entirely by VENABLE & HEY MAN, Importers of Wines & Liquors, 152 CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK. re « Maryland production, made from the grain grown in the Slate water region of that State. And a The 'listillation in Minor who understands his Intended by a'gentleman business thoroughly, NOTHING DELETERIOUS To or or into its Whiskey is allowod to lie sold until it is fully of this THREE YEARS OLD By which it In entirely rid, by e the fusil oil. The proprietors oftfer tli880 goods as PERFECTLY PITRE. It is tl irand and their reputation Is this assertion. slaked on the truth FOB SALE BY WM, ÖBIFFITH, MAIN STREET, Newark, Del. aug!8—3i WM. H, FISHER PAINTER. Having recently opened the shop opposite Wnj. Russell's store, I am prepared to do any kind of work in my line, such as REPAIRING AND VARNISHING FURNITURE. House Painting, AND OIL FIlSTISHIlSra-. CHAH» KI K IXKI). M. R. BARTON. » Dealer ii j FLOUR, FEED AND AT MILL PRICES. CLIFTON MILL F. F. F. Brand. GOOCH'S PATENT. GOOCH'S CHAMPION, WILLOW GLENN MILLS, MINNESOTA id other brands of FANCY FLOUR BUCK WHEAT-MEAL. BRAN by ton or bushel. Opposite elf. £. cnuncii , HAIX ST., Newark, Del • 7 ; j | : / \ N/ CARRIAGES Ml mi) anil TRIMMED. OVER LUTTON'S SHOP. E. E. Ochletree, NEWARK, DELAWARE. CYRUS COOPER CARPENTER 4 BUILDER, ALSO DEALER IN Best Quality of Roofing Slats. ul Roofs put on when desired, and guaranteed. THOMPSON, \(>w Cnstle county, Del. Eslii m«le mtes augll—ini' NOTARY PUBLIC ÏREAL ESTATE AGENT i THEO. F. ARMSTRONG, NKiVARK, DEL. Loans negotiated and collections carefully nt tended to. STOREiN^PJÏPm Having just complet ed our new store we are now ready to meet the demands of our Fall and Spring Trade with a large assort ment of Furniture, Bedding, Carpets, Stoves and a full line of Household Furnishing Goods. We invite the public in general, especially residents of neighboring towns, villages, and in the vicinity, to call and ex amine our Stock before purchasing else where, and be convinced in the Bargains which we are now offering. Our terms are moderate, and we will con tinue to keep them so to please every new buyer. Special attention paid to the pack ing and shipping of goods to our country trade. M. MEG ARY & SON J 516 Tatnall St., Wilmington, Delaware. 1846. FALL. 1883. J. F. WILLIAMSON & SON. the SHAWLS! Breakfast Shawls, Juanita "49" Dark Plaid do. Watervelt Mills do. Montauk Mills do. 25, 50 c. 81.25. do. 2.75. 3.00. GLOVES. Mens Buck Gauntlets, 82.40. Dog-skiii Back, 1.50. 1.25. " Glove, Dog-skin Back, Para Buck Gauntlets, Dog-skin Gauntlets, Kid Fur-back Gauntlets, Castor Buck Gauntlets, tl " Gloves. Sheepskin Gauntlets and Gloves, Buck Mitts, 1.15. 1 . 00 . .90. 1 . 00 . in .75. .75. •50. 2 . 00 . " " Dog skin Back, Wool Gloves and Mittens, all qualities. Cloth Gloves, Cotton-lined Gloves, 1 . 00 . 50. 75, 1.00. 25, .75. ■/ni'WSiVuVM'w«. Full line of Ladies' Misses' and Children' Gloves. 8 Williamson & Son, » Newark, Delaware. 0 E. S. GILMOUR ! 5 Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of LIGHT AMD HEAVY HARNESS. Would Call Spool til AUoitlioi« to the l.tltt.LST STOCK Of UOKES Ever Offered in Newark, ('oiiMiKtiiig ol* BUFFALO, WOLF AND PLUSH ROBES. HORSE BLANKETS, ALL GRADES. HE KEEPS CONSTANTLY IN HANC ALL GOODS THAT MAY BE CALLED FOB AT A FIRST-CLASS HARNESS SHOP. Good Asssortment of TRUNKS. NEATS FOOT OIL Al SPECIALTY. LADIES AND MISSES CLOAKS! CLOAKS! 'FFT IS WEEK, FIRST FLOOR ! 18 STYLES OF NEW GOODS. PRICES, $8.50 TO $15.00. SECOND FLOOR! Overcoats, - Mens Suits, Youths Suits, 13 to 17 vr* 8 to 12 *" 84.00 to 815.00. 5 00 to 20.00. 4-50 to 10. 3'25 to i Boys it ii 8 . " ARMSTRONG'S NEW STORE. West Main Street. Large sign across street.