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The Delaware Ledger
ADVSRT'S'NO HATES i . In, l,. wnU por inch * 0r °* 0 " ■""•equont Inscrtlor ' Mu foi Kl«l 1,1™"™" *""'"'1 I* •rder to inHiiro limeitli of each week in :»y II JOB ^tho>nhf?nm? ii'/fnir'rH dono W,l, ' ncnl BOWEN &. BROTHER, « ms and LIHIIKRS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER I, 1883. OU It MAILS. Until furtlior notice the mails to and from Nowark postoffico will bo a follows: Out going—South: 7.55 Iron Ilill Station, Elkton, and all south and west. 12.45 Elkton, south and west. 10.10 Baltimore south and west. Outgoing—North: 8.25 Stanton, north, east and west. 8.25 Hares' Comer, New Castle and all stations 10.10 the Peniusula. th, east and west, including the Peu insula to Harrington. In coming fr 8.40 ; 13.45. South and west 10.00 ; 10.15. all the Peninsula S. It. Choate, P. M. th, east ami west Dovor up 10.30. F 13.45. MINOR LOCALS. —Monday—very stormy. —Thanksgiving—cold and clear. —Our storekeepers aro driving a brisk trade. —Tho cold wave struck this town Tuesday. —Tlio lurkoy, like the poor Indian, is laid vay. —They are always with us—tho mid night pluuderers. —Every body ingrowing busy in couse queiice of the near approach of Christmas. —Why is the depot road like sonic patout medicines ? Because it euros dys pepsia. —Fresh supply of excellent tablets just received this week, them. —One C'omo in and see two of the merchants hero have placed a private watchman their stores. —Tho sunset on Tuosday evoning w a scene resplendent with beauty. It beg gars description. —Prof. F. D. Chester anticipates going to Mexico for two months to examine soffie mines of gold, silver aud copper. —Tho colored brass hand-of this town paraded the streets on Thanksgiving day and discoursed some very good music. — E. L. Haynes. General Agent of tho Wilmington Morning New *,spent Thanks giving day with his parents in this town, —Five persons Castle "Lord, help," hut there was punishment was just. —A slight touch of old winter Weilncsduy night. The rain clouds had swept away, and tho weather settled down real winter like. •o whipped at New Saturday last. Ono called, help. The felt —Many of the College students visited their homes on Thanksgiving day. Vaca tion granted all tho students fr Wednesday till Momlay next. — E, L. Vallandigliam, formerly editor in-chief of Every Evening, but the Baltimore Day , spent Thanksgiving day with his parents iu this town. —Wc were compelled to omit several interesting locals this week for want of space. They will appear in sisue, howe ver. —Horace Grecly Knowles, who is at- 1 tending College here, left lor Washing ton, I). C., on Thanksgiving where he will romain some ten days. — II. S. Woodward aud Miss Jennie Biddle of this town wero united in tlio bonds of Matrimony on Wednesday of this week, by the Rov. T. II. Haynes. —A man in Florida lias an onion sev teeu and one-fourth inches around. Courting couples air scarce in that par ticular neighborhood, wc should tjiiuk. —It is very refreshing to receive sub scriptions. Bevoral came in and donated Thanksgiving gifts to us in this way. Tt does as much good as receiving a large fat turkey. —Moonlight is anxiously looked for. The streets aro so terribly dark that to one unaocustonicd to traveling them after night is liable to get crippled. More lights needed. —Some claim we charge to much for job work. We invito them to call and us and we will prove to thorn that we can do tlieir work as cheaply as they can get it done elsewhere. —What are we to do with our robbers who help themselves to what they want at any time or any place ? Let us organ ize a regular "cow boy" vigilant commit tee and clean these rascals out. —The concert in the Hall on Thanks giving night was most excellent. Why, we know of on editor who traveled some 40 miles to witness its attractions. There was a day when wc would have done the same thing. —E. Melckoir, tho gunsmith, King Street, Wilmington, appears in a card in this issue. All those in need of a first class guu, or desire ono fixed up in the right way, should not fail to give this gentleman a call. —A good timo to plant fruit trees, so ■orne of our exchanges tell us. No doubt this is the season of the year when silver paste men and other quacks aro pestering people to death should ho planted—and planted very deep. —We would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in this issue of E. C. Dawson & Co., 310 Market St., Wilmington. This enterprising firm have just opened a full line of watches, jewelry etc. Give them a call. next , 1(1 —The story comes from Missouri that there has a tomato vine covering 200 square feet and hearing 3,000 toma toes. Has trucking famo, any contradict i in regard to the above? — F. S. Phelps, editor of the Smyrna Record , paid us a friendly call on Friday ning of this woek. Ho reports busi and other roattors on the In his thriving town. Brother Plielps will always he u wolcomo visitor to turn. It friend Mr. Thornl y, of to mako —It is said a stationery store will he opened bore at an early day with a lady proprietor. It will ho stocked with beautiful Christmas novelties. In all all probability an attractive ad will ap pear in onr next issue announcing the fact. So might it bo. —John R. Martin, Assistant Dayman ter in the Navy, and a graduate of Délai ware College in the Claw* of '70, has just been ordered to Rio Janerio for duty. — Candide, deceased, and at one time Professor' of Military tactics in Delaware College, in town this week of Prof. Maclieret, now a flying visit, lie lives in Paris, and ciorscs tho Atlantic Ocean twice a year on business. —Samuel Rogers, who for a long her of years actod iu tho capacity of Car Record Keeper is now stationed at West Yard tho Delaware Division. tant Night Train Dispatcher to James Melvin. Tliis department also belongs to Delawaro Division. —A ild and foggy winter has been predicted. Let hope that it will not be too foggy, because there will bo great danger of people leaving their homes after dark, i Tlio sparsely scattered lamps are very poor guides town hero, gotting lost. dai*k night —Wc mentioned about two weeks ago of having a patent cnrrlago wrench at this office. Wo would bo pleased to h: some pratioAl gentlemen call and examine this piece of machinery, possibly get this wrench i No grease can 's hand when using greasing carriages. —Mr. Z. Holly Cooch, of Boston, Mass., ly of Cooeh's Bridge, is homo short vacation. Ho paid aut visit on Tbinsgivlng Day. Ho looked Ho has been occupying his timo whilo at his brother's %i for V pleus •II. gunning. Ho reports game plentiful in the way of rabbits. —A couple of a dude and one said, "By jimmeny gosh ! wliat funny things not our gun along." Luoky oscapo for the young man. Wo shall not givo his name, but will caution our far • farmer friends s; •c when wo have rs not it is not fit to to shoot such "game," eat. aud tcrriblo r about winging some ay ho raised 's pet. —December, happy and joyous moutli, ! Homo unions shall tako place. Mothers i and fatliors will wateli anxiously for tlio return of ahsont I . The younger 1 folks look eagerly forward to the time to hangup stockings, and old "Criss," with his bounteous load will leave them "lots of things," and tlio whole civilized world will hail these happy days thanks. with joy aud —W. Atmore Woodrow, the y popu lar jeweler and watch-maker of this town, appeared in our last issue with : very you attractive largo ad. Iu it lio tells some of the pretty aud handsonio things which he has in stock for holiday pres ents. To he convinced more fully about its of the goods ho keeps, should call in person and examine. Gi him a call, everybody. tho — F! Wagner & Co., 720 Market street, Wilmington, appear in this iaauo with auiiounccmcut of splendid pianos at less than half-price. This firm say they are prepared to prove what they Hay about their sploudid insturaonts. Wo would urge all of our roadors, who desire sweet-toned and reliable, piano or orga to givo this firm an sarly call. They will mako terms suitable for all pur chasers. 1 H t —With Thanksgiving will next claim t'i —Under head of "General Nows," in York Family Story Paper, the j as handed ii» \ following noli (liana aud Ohio M; : In I 11 - j I —Mr. and Airs. M lllium Hawthorne, of near this town, eolebrated tlieir golden wedding on last Monday. Many of tlieir ; ,. . ..._ . J mends \cie present on this occasion lo congratulate the happy couple half-century'a matrimonial relationship. This is indeed n long ter journey side by side through life; to endure its manifold ups aud downs. Through all these M* and Mrs. Ilaw throno liavo pleasantly journeyed. Rev. Dr. Vallandigbi Mackey, of this tow remarks. of tho - ■tong, preachers ef tho West, travels drawn temper through the two States in a by a span of horses, like tooth-powdo v venders, and four college students doolie , singing. Two of those students i fr Delaware College, the other twr, fr givo the Oborlin, Tho local does not oftho y< their of yoars to and Prof. W. 1). i made appropriate •, Christmas attention of all, both old and young. Pennies will ho laid ay by the young, whilo tho older heads will plan pleasant surprises for Johnnie^ Annie, and Willie on that blessed Old Chris from this dato cannot loso a miuuto from hard work in preparing pretty gifts for good boys and girls. Ills reindeers aro being well cared for so that they ci homes of the rich and poor throughout all this broad land. All littlo children ake the long j< ney to the must ho very, will forgot them in his travels. Be good, littlo folks, aud ho will •y good, or Old Chris imher you all. Every Evening's Middletown correspon dent, under date ot November 27th, states that the Duliug-Warner marriage, pub lished' in tho Cecil County New* somo weeks ago, as those mimed ahovo over were married at the M. E. Parsonage tliore, or that any such parties aro known there. The mar riage referred to this paper under tho head of "Marriages," Nov. 17th. Tho notice was gi a man who said his name was Duling, and that lie was married to Miss Warner in Middletown by tlio Methodist minister. This man deserved us toThavo tho Elktou papers copy. Tlio above was given us by the follow who claimed to ho tlio groom, and til's is all cannot hut believe that tho Middletown .'respondent is mistaken. —According to the usual custom, the Methodist and Presbyterian congrega tions united in holding Thanksgiving sorvico. As the appointed time arrived organ tones pealed forth that grand old anthem, "Praise God from whom all blessings flow." Tlio invocation was of fered by Mr. Williamson. Tlio Rev. T. II. Haynes road a psafm of praise and of fered a beautiful and appropriate prayer. ; The sermon was by the pastor of the ! Presbyterian Church, f.\ i Rom Ho depicted the evils that fall up ingrate, anil mentioned thankfulness our country, and lloavou. Prof. Benton officiated at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church hero, aud tho services were commomorative of tho day. as false, such poisons first published in % know about it, Wc a cla I. 21—"Neither wero thankful." in tho causes for • homes, Temperance Work. The County Committeo appointed by the Temperance Alliance met in Wil mington last Monday evening, and took measures to actively push tho work in all parts of the county. Committees wero appointed for Wilmington, New Castle, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Middletown, Odessa, St. Georges and Delaware City. For Newark and vicinity tho committee oonsists of: President Purnell, Dr. Polk, and Prof. Wobb. A committee law appointed to consider whether the aim should bo Local Option, Prohibition, or Constitutional Amendment. Thirty Years Among Us. Thirty years ago yesterday Rev. Dr. lunno Vallandigl diately after coining ho took cliargo of tluco churches, White Clay Creek, Head of Christiana and Nowark. came to Nowark. Over these charges ho ministered for about seven years, when in conséquence of the grow ing membership of Newark Church, it was given a pastor, and Dr. Vallandig still continued to tho two remaining charges for twenty-two years: at this time tlio Presbytery gs Head of Christiana, patiently and diligently labored since. Yesterday about fifty members of this church paid their pastor a visit to com meiuorato the long term of years lie lmd ministered unto them. Ou this occasion I: him solo charge of which ho has lie was presented with a suit of clothes, overcoat, fur collar, and pair of driving gloves. Tho presentation was made by Prof. Mackey, of Delaware College ,in a neat speech. Tho pastor feelingly re sponded, giving a short historical sketch of his thirty years' work from November 80th, 1853. Remarks ado by roreued gentlemen present. After this tho company were invited to the din ing room where aclivo hands and loviug hearts had prepared a tempting dinner. Tlio time was.most pleasantly spent, and the one ral nit away feeling happy thought that they had onco more made their beloved pastor happy. all The Illustrated Lecture. The lecture given in Delaware College Oratory on Wednesday evening by Prof. II. II. Ragan, illustrated by oxy-hydrogen light, showing the grand and magnificout scenery of Milan, the Italian Lakes, and that world rouowncd city, Venice. Under •ore led the Professor's gunk through tho mirror-lika lakes, and over boautiful Voulue, and wore shown the the churches that arc wonders iu them selves; tlio public houses, tho palaces, and the beautiful bridges spanning tlio main canal or smaller ones. Ono imagines they arc jeally iu this city of beauty and woudor. For nearly two hours wo enjoy ed the views presented to sight. It was more beneficial than perhaps a dozen of other lectures without views. Those who failed lo attend mbsed a chance seldom offered, and those who attended wcut home highly pleased with Prof. Ragan's lecture of Venice. The uudienco was small. Wo were surprised at this. Why is it people will absent themselves from hearing such a lecture, and being so greatly bunefitted thereby. Perhaps our people are too well acquantcd with Venice to want to know more about this heautitul and wnrld-reuouned city of poetry and song. The lecture highly interesting throughout and wero exceeding sorry when the Professor closod. Wo were sorry to see such a small house, but 'those present spoko in the highest praise of the lecture. j Thanksgiving Supper aud Concert. j Tho Thanksgiving supper held in tho I basement of the M. E. Church, under the auspices of M. E. Aid Society, was a decided success. Tho tables wero taste fully arranged aud loaded with turkeys, chicken, rousts and all the vegetables of tho season. Jellies and fruits in great abundance, aud most excellent cotieo and delicious tea was served to tho partakers of tho good things of this life. The large room was well tilled with merry and thankful eaters from this town and a dis tance, who praised tho most delicious ; supper set before them. Tho supper Lulled from four o elock till seven, about one hundred and fifty persons - and re present. CONCBltT. The concert held in the Exchange Hall, dor tho auspices of tho Aid ttoeiety, s carried out according to the following PART FIRST. !" I. Over I '> " I 1 . ' ! l HOlO—"CO. Mins E th the Lilien Ulu .'5. Ciariut ■■ I l..> l>. A ...Millar ilnwrtul I*. Or 4. lliuw .solo—'Titrisli Saxton," E. M. Zimmern 5 Wf „....zikoir I th Palo' Moon,"! »1 Edw. V. Hi SECOND. of '«:» . >n« ot llaliins the Pi "Dud .Bocikeer S. Bass »oic ■ I 9. <'oru«t solo I ; Mercada Ed\ I V. Henry ..Cox .Buck ). Muxourka. L. Hubs solo— •ilio Cnpturo of Bacchus, E. M. Zimmerman. •Uodi'rcy. " early ) Leu Thu Hall was well filled at i hour, and most of tho audience posed of the mdsio-loving citizens of tho town aud surrounding country. All delighted, and perhaps, never enjoyed ainusical treat in Newark. While Carrow, of Smyrna, Del., sang tho benu Wlion tho Lilies such Miss tiful solo "C Bloom," in rich, sweet tones, the audi oiu'c sat as under a spell of enchantment, aud broke into vociferous applause as she ended. Miss Carrow was recalled, and saug "Drifting Away" to tlio intense delight of all. Thu beautiful face and well as tliogracolul action of tlio singer, added not a littlo to tho charms of lier voice. Prof. Perry C. Orem's performance received that ho was especially requested to play "Homo, Sweet Home," and "Lilly Dale." Mr. E. M. Zimmerman, of Wilmington, highly pleased tlio audi ence with his singing. form, •ell the piano Opera House Amusements. —On Monday, December 3rd, "Rauch 10" will be produced wirb Harry Meri dith as tho leading role, supported by a par-cNci'ilfiit company. This dr; full of spirit and fun, and lie who attends from this town cannot fail to ho pleased. —"Tho Beggar student," a comic opera full of genuiuu fun and good music, will bo giv Wednesday please all who attend. Go and see it. — Ou Friday next, December 7tli, Ministreh will bo upon tho Opera House hoards. Duprez has long held a high reputation lit the Opera H<> evening. next This opera •ill Duprez' artist of an ability in tho burnt cork profess i Tlio company is said to he excellent. —Saturday next, Doccmhor 8tli, "My Partner," will bn the drawing attraction at tlio Opera House. "My Partner" needs hut littlo comment from us, as it has already gained for itself an unsur passed reputation iu tho line of its char acters. In our next issue we will tell you ire about it. * —Tlio trained horses to be nt the Opera House beginning December 31st, will provo tion. No.o tricks Prof. Bartholomew's skilful training. To tho least, they are wonders in them immense and interesting attrac sliould fail to witness such performed by these horses under ■ Elkton News. —Very quiet. —William J. Smith has bonded and if low our brand Sheriff of Cecil. —The extra meeting at tho Methodist Churdi is still in progress. -AH of our stores and places of busi last Thursday. —Dr. C. M. Ellis has just bad a liand —The B. & O. telegraph office located iu tho Democrat offico is doing a good business. •o closed ness --Tho appointment of John 8. Rossoll as clerk to the Board of Commis slonera, scorns to givo general satisfaction. some iron fonce put around his house. e "out" on Sat —Some of the boy rday evening last. One young •y lame'on Sunday —Singorly's pulp mill at Elkton has in it a 150 horse power Corliss engine, fur nished by Wcthcrnll & Co., of Chester, Pennsylvania. —Singerley's mill scorns to attract Sundays. young ladies and gentlemen Our young fellows say they "strike matches" there. —Religious servicos was held in tlio churches hero Thanksgiving day. Tho Presbyterians and Methodist joined At tho M. E. Church. —It is reported that Dr. Juo. H. Jamar will bo the physician at the jail, intead of Dr. II. II. Mitchell, who lias been for a number of years. —Quito a number of and ladies went to Wilmington Thursday evening to see tho play, entitled thd* "Passing Regiment." —Miss Maggio Bennett, sister of Mr. Chas. Bennett of Little Elk, was stricken with paralysis this week. She is speech less, and buLlittlo hopes aro entertainod of her recovery. — Ou last Wednesday night about 2 o'clock, a fire was discovered in a small house by tho railroad which was formerly used as an ice-house. It is supposod to have been set on fire by tramps. —Men are now engaged in cleaning the streets under the direction of our Town Bailiff, and tlio tax-payers think that one good man could do as much work as the three who young men last at work, Shame ! —Wm. T. Bowen who is extensively engaged in the clover-hulliug business, reports heavier crops of seed in tho lower part of Cecil county. This samo gentle- man is haloing a great amount of hay. —That embryo Republican sheet will never bo born. There arc* just about as that can comfortably get the party rçjio contom it for fun. many papers along. Maybe plates starting it intends to —Charley Collins will place in McCrory & Boulden's store William Chick resigned, well liked by the custom Tliis firm has made take the salesman vi Mr. Chick good choice era. in selecting Mr. Collins. —Several names have been mentioned for Congressional honors next fall. Al bert Constable and C. C. Crotliers of this town have heon prominently mentioned. Chances aro in favor of Albert, who al ways lias the hoys with hnn. —Turkeys are selling dressed at 14 cts. lier pound. Ducks, tame, 12 cents per pouud. Wild duoks, blackheads, 75 cts. per pair; redheads, $1.00. Canvas-backs §1.59. Oysters, best, 1.40 per gallon. Fish (Giles) 10 to 12 cents por pound. —Mr. Henry Hess will return this week with a superior lot of cattlo from Ohio, where ho went somotimo ago to select, lie will offer tho same at public sale in a short while, when those in noed of fine stock will have their demands granted. —Talk is talk, hut tho question among many here is, "Who will he the collecter of the Third district?" Somo think Walter S. Johnson, Deputy Sheriff, or Sheriff Dunbar. Well, the Commis sioners might do much worse than ap point Walter, as ho is a good fellow and always votes the ticket. —There took placo i day evening at 7 o'clock. The contracting parties wero Mr. William Perkins and Miss Lena Hinohlifle. The happy couple left hero on tho 9:10 train for Wilming ton, where tlioy will reside. î i\ quite a brilliant wedding last Wcdnes ton the Susquehanna, in Harford county, under the presidency of Mr. Harry Carter, who for somo years successfully managed tho Ledger mills in Cecil county, will consist of pulp and paper mills. Tho power to run those mills will consist ot five turbine water wheels whose capacity will he 1800-horse power. mills —The C10UET. Tho trial of Lewis F. List and Lewis List, tho father, for tho murder of George Taylor went to press last week. Tho case was given to the jury Saturday afternoon, and about 4 o'clock returned witli a verdict. Lewis F. List was quilty of murder in tlio first degreo, and Lewis List guilty of murder in the second degree. Tlio two men broke down and wept like children. A motion lias boon made for a new trial. The younger man will doubtless bo liung. In tho afternoon session Wm. Mcgraw and Jas. T. Smith wero discharged. Richard Spittle, charged with killing Mato Christopcreen, machine, near K tion of Wm. G. Whitely, discharged. The Attorney-General liaviug been unable to procure witnesses. before the court when cliargo of larceny, the dredging ( 'list If. , on mo MONDAY. Court convened this morning at 10 heard o'clock. Several motions and disposed of. There was about thirty the docket. ked for tuial cases Sheriff Martin bonded in the Of $00,000 for faithful performance of duties during tlio ensuing year. Tho case of Tlios. Clark vs. Wm Banks and John Moody was next called. Action of tresspass. This suit is stated by coun sel was tho plowing of a field of wheat by the defendant. It appears that the defendant caused his tenant to plow a field of sixteen acres of wheat. Action is taken by Mr. Clark to secure damages. Case continued until evening. A motion of nonsuit lias been entered by Mr. Cooper, for defendant. Court accounted until Tuesday morning. TUESDAY. Tlio morning session was taken up iu arguing the question of 11011 -suit. The motion was denied by the Court. Tho afternoon session was spent, in examining witnesses. —Lawyers will gladly learn that Brougham, tlio great English barrister always carefull of his throat, and further that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best remedy for bronchitis and other throat troubles. The publisling ot tlio Beaver Falls, Pa. Courier, Mr. John F. Porter, some time ago contracted a severe cold. He says: "1 tried half a dozen romodies ineffect ually and upon recommendation of a phy sician 1 gavo Dr. Bulls Cough Syrup a fair, square trial. It releived me immed iately aud cured my cold and catarrh ! entirely. It is a remedy that should bo used m every household. j MARRIED. WOODWARD—BIDDLE.—On Wodi— neaday, Nov. 28th, 1883, by the Rev. T. II. Haynes, at the bride's mothors, Robt. S. Woodward and Jennie Biddle, all of Newark. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE TO GUNN KISS.—All trespassers aro heroby warned to keep off my property with either dog suffer tlio penalty of law. dec 1—3w gun, or Evan W. Lewis. E. MELCHIOR, GUNSMITH 5 214 KING STREET, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, HAS FOR SALS BIIEKCII and MUZZLE LOADING frl'NS ßp JHL* . m'-k of all makes, revolvers aud cartridges of uickle-plated revolvers, Implements for breech-loading guns, glass halls and traps, and fishing tackle. Repairing done at short notice. Breech-Loading Double Guns, $10.00, $18.00 and $20.00. r: all kinds. $1.25. L C, DAWSON k CO ■ JEWELERS, to Bayuurd A Diirsoi —0— GRAND OPENING OF ».) HOLIDAY GOODS, -o - Diamond*. Watches. (locks. Jewelry, Sltnr ware Spectacles. and everything connooled with tho JEWELM BUSINESS. LATEST DESIGNS IN SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Watch and. Jewelry Re pairing. S2G BÆnï-XsLOt St., WILMINGTON, DEL. Pianos and Organs AT LESS THAN HALE PRICE. Every Instrument fully waranted FOR TEN YEARS -AND < Kept in Tone Free for FOUR YEARS. • Buy the best, and nt tlio same time save your money. THE WAG NEU CAUL LET GRAND PIANOS take up hut very little room, and aro the most power ful aud sweetest toned Pii THE SC HOMAGE ER GOLD STRING PIANOS. THE FA MO US EMERSON PIANOS , unequalled for durability. THE GABLER PIANOS , and a half THE WAGNER SWEET SILVER CHIME ORGANS, THE BURDETT, 311 ON INGER, BEL MONT, MILTON, CO LON A DE OR GANS, and a half dozen others. buy a Piano or Organ of any for lesi than half tlio prico ado. dozen other makes. Y mako fr elsewhere. 11?" Old Pianos and Organs taken i part payment and full valuo allowed. Pianos aud Organs Promptly Tuned and Repaired. F. WAGNER k CO, PIANO and ORGAN Warerooms, 726 Market St, Wilmington, Del. ASTRAY.—A setter dog camb to Thursday the subscriber Tho owner can have property and paying costs. Evan W. Lewis, Nowark, Del. •ning. ' l»y proving George E. Powell IN THE Exchange Building, keeps constantly on hand tlio Beat ChrisSeld Oysters, AT 25 to 50 CENTS PER 4$CART. He also oysters iu excellent S'TEWS, FRYS AND PANS, Givo him a call aud be convinced. BASEMÉNT OF Exchange Building. BUCKINGHAM WHISKEY A Really Pure Stimulent. The*« i«ds arc control!«! entirety by VENABLE & HEY MAN. Importers of Wines & Liquors, 152 CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK. a Maryland prodm-lio grain grown in I lie HU f that 81« And ido from the The distillation is .superintended by a'gentlcma nnds fils business thoroughly, unde wl NOTHING DELETERIOUS Hwltl.ni. N ■... (I.U . NVIil allowed t< sold lit Is fully THREE YEARS OLD By which time it I» entirely rid, by evup the fusil oil. Tho proprietors ufli it Ion, of PERFECTLY PURE. - 1 heir nth of this i It is thi ii 'slake th srlh l'OR SAT A. RY WM, OEXFPITH, MAIN STREET, Newark, Del. | nov27—3m A. GALLAHEli BOOTS AND SHOES, ■ No. 2 West Second street, Wilmington, Del. M. R. BARTON, -Dealer ii FLOUR, FEED AND I) AT MILL PRICES. CLIFTON MILL F. F. F. Brand. COOCH'S PATENT. COOCII'S CHAMPION, WILLOW GLENN MILLS, MINNESOTA and other brands of FANCY FLOUR BUCIC WIIEAT-MEAL. BRAN by ton or bushel. Opposite Jtr. £. cuuncn, MAIV ST., Newark, Del Davis, Keys & Co OF ELKTON, MD., Pay tho Kllglicgt Cush Price FOIt cfc HAY. SELL ALL KINDS OF Lumber*, Coal and Fertilizers AT Tin: LOWEST CASH PRICE. sop8—ly J. T. WILLIS. A. FAWCETT. WILLIS & FAWCETT, w l lai vs! FIRMS» DESIGNS, PLANS, SPECIFICA- TIONS and ESTIMATES Tor BUILD- INGS of every DESCRIPTION. -OFFICE— dyer Wright & Soil's lumber office. J. T. FISHER, DEALER IN GRAIN, COAL, LUMBER & FERTILIZERS ALSO FLOTJK & BEAN, NEWARK, DEPOT. Sept lSSJ-ly JAMES LYLE, NEWARK DEPOT. DEALER IN GRAIN, LUMBER. LIME, LEHIGH & SCHUYL KILL COAL Of Best Quality. 2240lbs. per TQN GUARANTEED. AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A LARGE ASSORTAIENT OF L UMBER m hand at reasonable prices. 3 ij Fff m, a //j ■"'r,,. y LG The display of our Ready Made Clothing and the Low Prices arrest the attention and wonderment of every passerby, and visitors to the city must not forget to-reckon our stock among the sights worth seeing. To the "can't-get-aways" we say: ' SEND FOR SAMPLES. A. C. YATES & CO., LEDGER BUILDING, Chestnut and Sixth Sts. Philadelphia. CLAYTON 0. CHOATE, HAS ALWAYS ON HAND The Largest Stock OF CHOICEST BRANDS OF Segars and Tobacco Segars by the Box a Specialty. ALSO PIPES, PAPER COLLARS and CUFFS. -0 FINE CANDIES, &c. Call on him and be convinced. Sept M)—ly ) CARR I AGES PA I XT El) ami HUMMED. OVER , LUTTON'S SHOP* E. E. Ochietree, NEWARK, DELAWARE. CLOAKS, DOLMANS, CIRCU LARS, NEWMARKETS, HAVELOCKS. We have the largest and most complete line of these goods in the city. We have all our goods manufactured to order for us and have the best fitting goods in the market. FUR TRIMMED DIAGONAL CLOTH DOLMANS at $9, $10 and $1. LADIES' ENGLISH WALKING COATS at $2. MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AS LOW AS $1.50. Every garment warranted to lit. AT ELEGANT BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK AT 871, $1 and g BLACK CASHMERES. The largest and best li » the city from 121 cents lo $1.50 per yard. BLACK SIXAES: WA-IEtl 3 HENRIETTA CLOTH. BLANKETS I From large auction sales in New York. 10-4 White Blankets for $1.62 pair. 11-4 White Blankets for $2.00 a pair. Grey Blankets ns low as 90 cents. A FULL LINE OF COLORED CASHMERER, ALL QUALITIES. A LARGE LINE OF LADIES' CLOAKINGS, SUITINGS, &C. 226 Market Street. Wilmington, Delaware. TO TO FATHERS SISTERS V AND AND k?>. in IU DEXTEFt tlW£_ ... „ . . . ■ sl "'° w »y uf mukin K those buppy who you feel the greatest ini«,—. "■ "*f lt h 1,1 Mc > ,re tho proper kind oi a holiday present. Not something that n»n 10 eaten, or worn out in a aho-t timo, and then the effort to make happy he "omottm, but Kimothiug that will always serve a. a reminder of affection. Such aa i warn ' article of jewelry, or silverware. And now is tl.e best time to aacuw It wldle X.w* ark »jewelry store is crowded with the new aud large stock of goods iust onen.Hr the holiday trade of 1883 and 1884. b b sjnst.opened for Como at once and seo the greatest variety of watches, clocks, jewelrv goods, and all tlie novelties iu silverware ever lioforo seen in your town îi v for thia Cllristnm of >83 »hall bo the greatest of any or the 10 voars I iiave been in idat, aud my prtcea shall be as low as tho lowest. Caah paid for goods ,„û, ï s,na " profll " is my ,no,to ' l " s,,u, ' f,om ™"" 'ÄffÄ • Tlicre i your W. ATMORE WOODROW 0 . 1(1 Fellows Building, Main .Street, NEWARK, DELAWARE 1846. FALL. 1883. J. P. WILLIAMSON A SON. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT SPECIAL TIES. Mens' Suits. Mens' Suits, Mens, Suits, better quality, Mens' Sack Suits, Mens' Suits, (especially cheap) Mens'Suits, " $0.0(1 0.00 / 8.00 9.00 10.00 12.00 PANTS from Sl.oo to S4.oo PER PAIR OVERCOATS, 86.00, 8,oo, lo.oo 12.oo, &c. Full lino of Rubber Clothin^ all kinds. of O' Williamson & Son, Newark, Delaware.