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THE LEDGER
» Published every .Saturday.
BOWEN & BROTHER,
KDITOns & PROPRIETORS,
NEWARK,
DELAWARE.
One dollar and u hair a year
Katcred at the POHtofflce at Newark us second
_ _ clans matter.
Saturday, June 25, 1887.
At the meeting of the Delaware Col
lege Alumni in Wilmington, I)r. A.
N. Raub was recommended as most
fitting to become President of Dela
ware College. The Trustees cannot
find a candidate better fitted to place
at the head of the institution. His ac
knowledged ability as a teacher and
as a scholar is widely known through
out the United States and we fuel,
in recommending Dr. Raub to the
Trustees that he is man who should
he placed at the head of Delaware
College.
As regards the matter of dropping
Dr. Wolf from the Faculty of Dela
ware it should he fully investigated
before doing. We have heard only
one side of the controversy and
there are always two sides, we advise
investigation before dismissing him.
It is hkoixmno to be a matter of
wonder why a statement of the town
of Newark has not yet been publish
ed showing the actual income from
taxes and the amount expended.
The last statement published
April 20, 1886. As yet no
has been given why the statement
has not been published for the grati
fication of tax-payers, as well as all
others interested. No one has doubt
ed that any thing is wrong. It may
be the gasoline account has not been
audited, Tlie secretary will please
step to the front.
It is quite amusi.no to read the
"truly loyal" newspapers on the re
turn of war flags. How uiutout
these very papers seem for peace.
The closing exercises of the Aca
demy of Newark and Delaware Nor
mal School was a success in every
particular. Under Dr. Raub's man
agement the institution has made
most rapid strides, and shows the
effect of having a thorougli as well
as practical instructor. Too much
cannot he said in praise of Dr. Raub's
assistants. All of them Normal
School graduates. The future suc
cess of the institution would seem
already assured.
What a tremendous war spirit
has been raised ns to the Confeder
ate flag question. As soon as the
President saw that he had made an
error in giving the order to send
the flags back to those from whom
they were taken, he immediately
revoked it, « hieb shows his greiit
common sense. We cannot see why
such great clamoring by many men
who never saw a buttle field, and if
. so, it was at a distance safe from
danger, and now foremost in scath
ing invectives against the Chief Ex
ecutive. The Atlanta Voiwtitution
a speaks of the affair in a cool-headed
manner : "As to the Confederate
flags we limy say that the Confed
eracy is dead and does not need
them. The whole business is a bub
ble that needs only to he looked at
in a common-sense way. There are
fools at the North and fools nt the
South. Between these the nation
must steer. Those who captured
the Confederate flags had considera
ble fighting to do, and they are en
titled to keep them,
are kept they arc evidence of the
yalor of brttli sides."
V
as
was
reason
Wherever tliev
lx our columns will he seen an ae
count of the heavy storm in Wil
mington and elacwlp'ie, and rail
road disaster at Have de Grace. The
which
First calamity was
mortals have no control, and is guid
ed by a higher and mightier hand
who rules and governs the universe,
and therefore we submit, and know
His ways are past finding out. The
railroad accident was caused by
mortal hi
pened and where to put the Manie
is hard to tell. It was
and they will happen.
e ov
Is, and as to I
W it Imp
Inquiry made at this office for
statements (in hand-hill formjpuh
lishcd by the Road Commissioners
of White Clay Creek hundred, gives
us opportunity to remark that con
siderable disappointment is occasion
ed yearly to tax-pavers because the
statement is not printed in these
columns in connection with the
hand-hills. It seems hut fair that
tax-payers should he given an op
portu.nty to **«e just how their
money .s i-xpenilu.k I he law hut,
permits of the gwtetnent heing print
, . . ... e
ed m lmnil-hill form, then there
... i ( .i ,
shouhl he enonjçh oi them printed
to allow of a generous distrihution. !
It is very douhtful if any objeetion 1
would he raised by the tax-payers
if the statement was published
though the newspaper annually.
i
Thk excellent success achieved l,y i
tl,e Oxford Agricultural .Society ut
their spring fair shows conclusively j
that wise* and judicious manage- j
mentwasat work. While the Ox
ford Fair is not'so large nH others,
yeta wise lesson can he gained I, y
J 1 ii* :t . i
those who believe in ug -xlu itmus ,
and lag expen I
While tornadoes sweep the West
damaging rain storms tube an active
part in the East. The storm on
Tuesday night was destructive alike
of life and properly.
Of lute all the shows that have
visited this town, only draw small
audiences, let the entertainment
be ever so good. Newiirkers are not
the sort of people to patronize plays,
entertainments, concerts, held here.
If there is any one who has to suffer
loss it is the printer.
This week we received an invita
tion to the 22d annual commence
ment of the Pierce College of Busi
ness of Philadelphia. The invita
tion is among the very handsomest
we have received, and the institu
tion from which it was issued is a
mosi worthy one. Mr. Thos. Mav
Pierce will please accept mir thanks
for courtesies shown.
PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Month ending June 17, 1887.
Grammar department. 100 in at
tendance. Harry Wood, Alice 1 ,u t
ton, LouisSteele, Albert Legg, F rank
Widdoes, Harry McDonald, Harry
McKinsey, Frank Steele, I pewl.mn h
Emma Wliisllcrj Clut rlie Steele ,
Cliarlie Uegg, Louisa Garlick. ~
"Intermediate Department, 100 in
attendance, James Dumb, Titus
Woodward, D ully Colma rv. Hnttip
Dean. Dollie WemT, w ill Gilmour,
Walter Lilley, Ottie W u,
Brown, MaggieDrnoim
Gray.
Highest in
>es, Susie
r^sMattie
Deportment, Ottie
\V »blo cs, Edith Muledore, Davina
McKinzie, Bella Aiken, Hg lcn Wo ol
ston, James Dumb, Maggie O'Don
nell, Mattie Gray.
Secondary Department, 100 in at
tendance, Anna Jewell, Hmuer-hi!
ley, Frank Karl, Willie O'Brien,
KdinuiKTofftH
ieu, Andrew Rambo,
Moutie Steuart, Almon Knowles,
Paul Knowles, Anna Jewell, Katie
Harrigan, Mat Ljin Heidinj n, Flossie
Legg, Ada Garlick, Berti e 'Ba iley.
Mattie Lewis, Jennie Brown. Irvin
Blest. John Perry, LevL_I?oxsoii,
Leonard LewIsT") ieorge Potts, Frank
Lilley.—"
Primary Department. Hit! in ut
tendenee. Florence Rupp, May
MePikc, Lydia Fader, Wi nnie Fad er,
Maud MamMtaMttmie Coiiiisdlor,
Bertie Dilwo rth, Lousia Brown,
Mary OTfnëîp LUlie Powell, Jvuupa
Colmyiy, Frank WalkefTD^vid Gray,
Howard Blest. Ralph Osmond,
Herman Lilley, Eddie
Lewie,
Ho ward Corno g, Xatie Smith, Harry
Garni »Ic, (ieorge Lutton, Frank Lut
ton, Samuel Moocly, Walter
Leonard Herdman, Willie Scott
Jossic Counsellor
To the Alleghenies and Oreason.
Toward the latter part of J une
many people begin to feel the need
of a short trip toi recreation. The
enervating heat id' the first days of
summer makes them long for the
freshness and purity of the country,
and if they could only lind a jaunt
marked out they would take it
eagerly. In order to supply this
very need the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company has arranged a select
tour to the Allegheny mountains
and ( 'resson, on Thursday, J une 80th.
The date appointed is propitious in
more respects than one. It covers a
when the mountains are
peculiarly attractive. The freshness
of virgin foliage,
wealth of wild Mowers, and the
•ason
the luxuriant
wun
dcrtul purity of the air, combined to
produce a charm that no other por
tion of the year can duplicate*. The
period cun: cm plated for the tour also
includes tlu* Fourth of July holiduvs
—a time when every one
to rest and
devotes a
pleasure. A
mountain visit at this season will
prove of inestimable benefit in brac
ing up the system of those
spend tbi' summer in work.
Tlie tour ivill he
the same style as those
few days
ho must
•olid lifted
'hich were
so popular last autumn. The party
will beearried to Cresson on a special
train of Pullman Parlor Cars and
Day Coaches in charge of the Com
pany's Tourist Agent, and will la^
surrounded at the Mountain House
with all the comforts that could he
enjoyed in the height of the
The excursion tickets, which will
lie good for ten (lavs and
on
season.
. include
one day's hoard at the Mountain
sold from Newark
A special rate will
Ik- granted to tourists during
the stay at the hotel. As this will
he the onlv excursion run to this
section until September,
would
should make thei
Del., at 81M H ).
. . t ,. or r u ,. silay nigllt u
„„ ()]i( . li()t( . ]w( «
.• , f .
n\es not lar lrom what is known
.... ..
I not .Mount, Iowa. No raniil was
...... 1 ,
! f " ^ nt th ' 1 tl,B «'"'«**»
1 ' ' ";"" ,lfu '"'j 1 u [ 'W 1 ! 1
"''' l,n ""f- «»ki, whteh llltinu
als
attractive
enjoy a rare treat
arrangements at
Descriptive pamphlets of Cresson
and vicinity will he fowarded to any
athlress on application to the ( îencrûl
Office of the Company.
«»nee.
Fall of a Large Mktkoh.—A
US
i iiutcd the* earth for many
dies.
i..'M — -i .io" i ki",» wl««, i ca»',
i ^ j.™ 1 " l ' v ■"""'"'."'b
^^uTct'l' lalï U,ankmi''v'il"
j a «».,.1 appetite." ' "
j Purvn.—"Health ami strength,
l>li»o.l, an appetite like that of » wolf,
r "* ulttr -Gnostic.", all by taking that imp
|s<ulmr infUidne, Hood's Sar-,
i sa|»arilla. I want everybody to trv !» '
, , |lis u is #ol(| ( u|1|s '
I One lmmlred doses 0110 d.dlur. * ' I
Oh, What r. Ocugh!
Will y
heed (ho warning, The sig
nal perhaps of (lie aim* approach of
that more terrible disease Consumption.
Ask yourselves if yon cun afford for the
sake of saving flu ets„ to run the risk and
do nothing for it. We know from exper
ience that Shiloh's Cure will cure
vour
Cough. It never falls. This explains
3 than a Million Bottles were
,-hy
sol,! the past year,
ami Whooping!'
,lo not la* without it.
It relieves Croup
gli, at once. Mothers
■'or 1
Hide, or Chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plas
ter. Sold hv K. T. Dilworth, Newark,
Pel.
* Bark,
Thk Rahway Miriikr. —Salem,
Illinois, June 21.—John Keron, a
detective Irani New Jersey, went to
Salem, 111., on Tuesday, to investi
gate the arrest of the supposed mur
derer of the unknown girl near Rah
way, N. J. After a thorough inves
tigation of the matter Keron return
ed to his home, leaving the prisoner
behind, pronouncing him a crank.
The man still holds to the story that
he committed the crime, and says he
has no desire to live and frequently
says he will commit suicide.
Bloomington, lux, .Sept. 18, 1882.
Messrs. J. V. Cheney A: Co., Toledo, O.:
Have taken Hull's Catarrh Ci
J. Had
old. Hud
catarrh all my life; am 48 ye
asthma in
. and
a dreadful cough
taken everything;
have doe
for five years, lluvt
went to the Hot Springs ;
tored with the doctors here; I have done
nothing hut take medicine for 1U years.
When I commenced using Hall's Catarrh
Cure I was almost dead. I sent lor the
doctor the day 1 got Hall's Catarrh Cure,
and I told that 1 would die any way and
that I would try your medicine. I was
\\ery had. How; 1 suttered for 'J years
Ijeouhl hardly breathe at times. I saw
Hall's Cartarrh cure advertised in the
papers nmlcommenced taking it. 1 would
have been under the ground to-day if it
had not been for that. I have not had
one had spell of coughing since. In
breathing my head feels well and l
well. It has done me a thousand dollars
worth yf good. There are ten of my
friends, on seeing what it had done for
me, taking it, and it is helping them. I
only wish that every one who has ca
tarrh, asthma, and a Lad cough could sec
me, so that 1 could tell them all to take
it. All that know me here know how I
have suffered. (I have bee
lSfiS), and say to me that "I
found î '
glad
•thing that could cure
■says, "how much better
look." flu* doctors nav they are glad
I found Hall's cartarrh cure ns they could
you." J'
not cure me.
I cannot ej
•ss my gratitude to y
for the good Hall's catarah cure has done
much of th is letter as
Publish it to
all true and they
me. Y
will do the nflltcted good,
the whole world—-it i
should know it.
. .in U-.- .
J ( >8KP111 N F CH RI KM A N,
41MJ Fast North Street,
IVAN AM AKER'S
m i a. .lune m, P-sT
You can write for anything
we have. If you ask for samples
and don't know exactly what
you want, give a hint that'll
help us to select wisely.
A tumbling in dress goods
prices. Some of the staple,
seasonable stuffs that you're
buying every day for half, two
thirds or three-quarters what
they were last week.
Not the
common time to
drop the price of Seersuckers
when everybody's buying Seer
suckers. or of Crazies or of
Ginghams, when half the wo
men who come to the Store
want Crazies and Ginghams.
But the cause is not a com
mon one*.
The overcrowding volume
of the Mustin and Elliott whole
sale stocks forces us to make
room. The
pressure comes
on the Summer Dress Goods.
We put it there because
they're the things you'll want.
They are hard pressed. How
hard you may guess from the
prices. Here are some of
them:
'»X*.
or 10 yards.
Lim»!
Kniekerltocl
•kc
Dive.
ck. 15
IK'
Cloth,
do
sangliers, all w
tl,
dors, i\
lb
canvas Boucle. «
Hair Line Htrl|M.'i
* 1 .
olors
IJ
Hair Wool Hi
striped, If..
d Checks, silk
i rip
d
;l.
la.
K. pin! h. W
hruitlciHil panel
(I trimming*, ft.;,
•ImiQbruy K«Im>
kl;
»m
embroidered
•i
il trimming
I»;
W.A.
fide und
om f,*».
cbiirabruy R.iIh
iw embrold
y, 9 U
from 9
1 Comb
Robe«. 9Ki nom 9l î.
These are all standard stuffs
and the season for them lias
but just begun,
them forward at the comité
and in the Arcade
see them at a glance.
compare. Don't buy them with
your eyes shut. The
We've
put
■rs
S( » you can
See and
price
marks are in big figures, the
light is perfect, the
where you can touch them.
There's no chance for mistake
if you use your wits.
stuffs are
Camels' Hair with side Lands
of contrasting colors. Told
>' ou il the " tll( -' r day, and
the price story back of it—75,
65, 50 cents, and a scramble
for the bits and ends. Y._
thought to see it under so. It's
h,. n .' now for 37G cents Ber- i
' r r « o //2 i |
' feet, fresh, all wool, 45 in., 3 1
I grays, fl browns. .8 yards (#3') I
Never
for a dress; no trimming need j
L*tl.
Women's Wash Dresses for!
them I
New neat seasona- !
.... ... . '. ... .
1 here II be a chill on the I
Wash Dress trade all over
, , ,
town while these last.
crinkles, $l r.i; regular,!!.
PereaJf, IV..'(I; rt-guiiu $i..*»o.
Hiiteen, *» regular 9 >.
KmbrniUeml Zephyr, ^regular fs.
; regular 9».
e Pique, fl: n gtltiW *K.
e Muslin, embmltlere l nil over. |tl;
less than the stulf in
costs !
ble.
Kt amine, lace
Hut 1st«*, wee r
M \
' Lawn,

mulur fl».

wrapper*, l.'.'vu
forn or pi
94 id
The Special Laces will aver
age about two-thirds. If there
were mean, slimpsy things in
the lot there'd he little to won
der at in the price. Hut there
arc none. Every inch of this
Lace is choice. The patterns
are new, the widths and styles
are right. A third off the price
means a present to you of that
much.
Klack ( liant Illy F
Medicts Luce. P. 1.,
Torchon Luce, \ to
mtul Law. 7 In., I&
More Men's Clothing coming
in. The kind you want, the kind 1
we want. Summer stuffs, of I
course. What do you think
of an English Serge Suit, blue
or black, for Sio? A good,
comfortable, well appearing
suit. The best English Serge
we have is $ 16.
Those $3.50 Blackstone Cas
simere Trousers. All wool,
honest, neat patterns. You
may hear of others like them,
but have you ever sent any?
Seeing' is the test.
lOUItV
n to n.t,,.
:
A this year novelty for batlt
Black Jersey Stockings,
ers;
with canvas covered cork soles.
$i 25, Bathing Hats and Caps
in variety.
Every proper Shoe for any
body's wear, whether we say
so or not. They're always
here. The finest and com
monest that it's worth your
while to put money into. Our
talk is more of outdoor Shoes
because your thought is there.
cheek canvas high
Mlst.es'Cheek Canvas, high eut. *1.0 .
Misses' Hlack Cunvas, low e
lhiy s Cheeki •anva«, low mi
Men's Hrow Cheek C
. solid 8ole-leuthiTln>
ut, (I.
Wo
. SI
>1 leal hi
e«. high nil. «I
r
■ ami Mountain Stic
f'J'Ki anti 9
fu l lines;
Worn
sesfl
^ Children's tl.'jnimd f i.;o.
There's novel neatness in
the just-out Imperial Kid Pat
ent-Leather Tipped Siloes for
Women; lace, $3.50; button,
SI.
All the crack players at tlte
Tennis Tournament last week
used the new "Beeck man"
Kracket. They say it's the best.
No other dealer in town has it.
$5.50.
John Waxamakkk.
Chestnut. Tlilitj-.fi.
ami city-hull *<i
m
yj
!
j
L 1
200 boys suits
Our $1.
made the same as
our $5.00 suit.
Pants 40c to $1.
50 boys'
sucker costs 65e.
Childrens Saf
fron Hats are live
ly goods this hot
weather. Room
No. 2
Armstrong's, dou
ble cash store,
Caskey Building,
SHORT HAND
suit
Seer
Rankin
instruction by mail,
practical k
A thoron^l
ledge of tin* art
• of Text-books, which
without
* suhsti
systeiimtically arrayed series
Sheets. For'illustrated pain
the
tilted I
d'Li
I'hlct
hire
li. ,1. h'AY,
I'. « >. Box
Wilmington, Dia..
WAY
riage SjMikes i
W.m. S. Ilcitxu
11.-40,
» Hickory Cur
roupll. tpply lo
Cowcntown, Md.
i u"M ,AX 'i rK, î -_ 'Y h ,'? 11 r'" 1 -
| \\ illiam Lea, Son & ( o„ for wliieh fin«
1 h '«!"■»< market i.riccs will l.e paid,
I ma o| lf >'* fl'-T'U's'.u.^gcnt
Apr. BWf.
PASTURK.-l'iiHture ean
for horses, mils, or cattle, for r
John 'I
Kiuiblevillo, ('beste
be bail
caHnnablc
charges at
may 28*tf.
I'n.
Ln
j
FOR KK.\T,-A h
In ms*» at (lie West End.
seivcii immediately. Apply to
Juiiull-Ow* Mas. John Pili.iku,
•von roomed
I'oMhOKsio
~
I
! 1,1 s ' nn, °n. e. P. Dickey of Stanton la
«"»* prepared to «upply Festivals, Pic
I nit* etc, with tlio lient of leu Cream at
J he very lowest prlctw. fall
before having elsewhcac.
Änothor Wildcat
<1 see In
c. i*. nicker.
1
I
WHY HOT
Out the bust clothing to
bo hail for the money at
Sixth and Market, an you
are sure of getting only
. first-class goods of relia
ble manufacture in deal
ing there. Whether you
pity much or little you
will get full value for
every dollar expended,
and we are determined
to sustain our reputation
of having one popular
low price for everything.
Have you ever investi
gated how good a Mail's
Suit've will sell you for
1 en 1 )( »liars, how well
made and trimmed anil
of what stylish and dur
able materials it would
be? Many new things
in Hoy's anil Children's
Clothing for
wear.
summer
J, T, MULLIN & SON.
Clothiers, Tailors,
SIXTH and MARKET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
NEWARK
PHARMACY.
! PARIS GREEN,
SLUG SHOT,
INSECT POWDER,
INSECT CHINN,
EXT. BOOT BEER. 20 et».
HOP RITTERS,
AUGUST FLOWER, GO "
j WARNER'S SAFE CURE, !H> "
All other Patent Medicines at
CUT RATES.
PRIME SODA WATER
the fixings.
hl T DILWORTl I.
near rnsToFi-'icK.
vith all
tie inuUc. c
US, amt
mot'll i ng of greiit
t Hits o
will
and iv
' 1
II. Unit will Sturt
ditch will bring
oncy right uwuy tliuu uny
else In this world. Any one can do the
and II ve at home. Hither sex; ullages. Some
money for all
.
u in Dus in
Ï
at just
work.*rs.
cd. Till»
We will s
; caidtuknot

, .. genulm*. Important
>f n lifetime. Those who are uinbl
enterprising will not delay. (Jrund
i*. Address THUS & Co., Augustu, Me

oui a I Ire
Buck Eye Machines.
Stud Frame Folding Binders 5, 6,
and 7 feet eut. Mowers, t ft, Sin,
and 5 feet cut. Platform or Low
down Binders, the handiest
chine in the market.
ma
1*rices so
low every farmer cun purchase,
Birds' Wheel
,i
Cultivators,
Hay Rilkes and Tedders.
' J. IMiOTHWELL, Agent for
G. Aultmnn A Co.
Mav21 Iw.
Newark, Del.
WORKING CLASSES Attention !
We
Willi
are now prepared tufurnltdi all
employment at home, the whole
or for their spare moi
light anti profitable. 1
classes
tllll
- Ibulnesh
k of either
-- to9ô.0üpereven
• urn nearly as much us men. That all who
see this xnuy send tlmlr aridress, and teat the
make t bigotte
sex easily
UKlneM, we :
Ot well tmtlstled
will
nd
•) trou Id0 Ol writing. Full pun leu
r, *\ A ' i . dr< ' ,> ' 4 t,B OBGK BTIN
und, Maine.
k Co., V
AUCTIONIIHIHQ.
T. J. Scott
tliankful for past favors, offers
his profussi, mal services as Auc
Any contract, mode
with Tun Lkdukii ot* L. L.
Allen, Newark, Del., will lie
strictly conqilicd with.
tioneer.
la
'A WORD
to the
WISE SUFFICIENT,
o
J Largest Stock.
Tut; - Fittest Goods.
Lowest Prices.
1 Stock all New.
TllE Styles the Latest.
) Best Workmanship.
Ot'K
CnMl'CT
TOUS.
I Cannot Equal.
I- : Cannot Duplicate.
J Cannot Undersell.
j Childrens, 1)12,50 to 15
Pricks [- Boys,' ÿ5 to #18.
J Men's, #8 to #.'12.
Custom |
Business Suits.
Walking Suits.
J Ditos Suits.
GimiUs
1 Cutter no Superior.
Our J- Workmanship and
J Fit Guaranteed.
I Solicit Your Pntuonage.
I Refund Money if Not
j Satisfactory.
I Aim to Please You.
Wk
Located 416 Market.
Wilmington Clothing
House.
John W. Diefendorf,
Manager.
Out
IIoUSK
!
Carriage Works.
UKL»V\ IRIN G,
PAINTING,
TRIMMING.
UPHOLSTSRINu.
MATTRESSES
Made and Kepaiieil, all ]H'i<*(»s
Reasonable.
R. M. ENNIS.
My-14tf
London Avo ,
Xowa rk.
THE IMPORTED
]
Percheron Draft Stallion
PAMPHILE.
Entail in (he Stud Book of Fran«,
I'trdieron Mud Itok or America,
National Register (J Fmdl Drall Horses
ul America.
No! 285
" Ii202
•• m
Foaled, 1881, Import, 1885.
He will he permitted t<
limited number of mares at our sta
ble at $25.00. $5.00 cash at first trial
or service, the remaining $20.00 ns
soon ns the mure is known to he in
foal.
serve
ANNOUNCEMENT.
In offering tin- service
otl Htulllo
with
I unity In
breeding i*r the
bornes.
It lias ror a long time past lieeu i:
that the farming community lu t
liooil were making
tills Hue l>red Import
■farming community, we do so
■h pride ami satisfaction. Nosueh oppor
is ever been offered In tills m
y highest class
î,.
draught
atilfei
flghho
•t rot In not do
* their own horse
Many tliousi
al
lant ■■■pmiH.
sttM-k that could be very'advantageously raised
at home.
Am is well known, size Is always an Important,
element In the price of a draught horse. Tl
will be certain to
paid out
,i. .1
f.tU'I
colts bird
'1IILK.
PAM 1*11 ILK Is a Dapple Grey with light
und tall, Is-tv yuan old, sixteen and om-huir
hand« high, and weighs admit seventeen hundred
p"'llnK II. D un î 1 \ î 'I llriil .||s|i„sll|,,n, g.NMl life,
and splendid action.
He received first premiums fall of
1880, at Pennsylvania State Fair at
Phila., Chester Co. Fair at West
Chester, Cpcil Co., Fair at Klklon,
Md.
We
tin* pee
animal bv all who feel
^ours very resjHH t fully,
Ills
....rkably.
In breeding.
HlliT.
JOHN A. WILSON,
eds, Agricultural Implements, and Fertilizers,
FRONT mul OKANdK HTRRKTN,
WILMINGTON. OKI..
RUPTURE
>s Or..l.II.Mnyer,
s; ll A n il Street.
IHilhi.l. Ipliiu. I*,,.
business delay.
Kane ut
Thousands of
Ing, l*u.. ïd SuturdiiN t
clrculurs. Advice tret
:e. Nnopernilt
Al Keyst
head
READ THIS
O'you want to know where tu an in yet
a "oil wurk i lone at low ligures nml short
notice. I am prepared to do all kinds of
job work and repairing of imichinerv,
general Blacksmitliing and wlieelwriglit
ing. I sell the Oliver Chilled Plow.
I leering all sleel Self Hinder, and the
new I leering Mower. ('
give it a trial, lie
■ I
■ gel
me better.
>1. K. Hines.
Delaware ( 'ity.
uprilo ;iin
Del.
Why Did That
Man
face a driving rain and pass by
tliu snug shelter of several V
pet ing Houses wl»»
sell clothiug low in
trade with lVtmoek Ai Fore
man.
out
claim to
»mer D
Because he Kuew
flint there is but
i me pince
"'here so great nsum saved nml
so durable nml article found
wonderful a bargain obtained
as in there
Great Offering for
Gentleman.
Hieir Clothing fit well, have
tlie style, and will stand the
wear.
Pennock & Foreman,
S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sts.,
Wilmington, Del.
FARMERS LOOK HERE.
■all Hie
• the
Wo the undersigned wish I
attention of faillie
authorised agents of Red Mon, Feilender
IIumlred, ami part of New Castle Co;,
for the wih* of (ho Dooring all steel Self
Binder.ami (ho now Dorring Mower, also
the little Diamond Sulky Cultivator, and
wish the liberal patronnée of the Publie.
Phan? give usa eiill.
that wo
K. T. BriK.hss,
Kirkwood.
HprüO
Del.
New Meat Market
HENRY STEELE
is conducting business at tin* Now Moat
Market, oast of the Dolaw
Newark, Del., where will ho found
House,
Fresh and Salt, Meats
Butter. Eggs, etc.
lit* is already doing n
stand mon*,
that
good luisi
A call will
thing is tiist
» any address
*HH, hut C
.vince
Hass, (h
when des
id.
HENRY STEELE.
iprlOtf
H. II, IIA INKS
of Newark, Del.
Opposite F. C. Choate'« stove
Sj
y
TÊQ
/
Team« to hire.
and wagons of all kinds.
ItATKM OK IluiiSK K 1.1,1 1 ;
Ilor«™ boarded by the week
Horse, keep one day,
M " night.
Single feed,
Stahle rent lot month.
(ionil 1 mises
*4.00
• 1 ».
no
nOc.
Ibi,•tilling Inirses taken tit re
iltteeil rates.
Funerals especially attemled
Tenns cash.
II. II. Haines, Prop.
to.
-FOR SALE
I wish (d inform the publie that
I will have for stile this season, 1887,
IlujcKlcH, Pliactoiig, No
Tops, C;criuaiitowii Carriage
Agent for the celebrated Webster
Wagon, Harrows, Cultivators, Syra
cuse Clows, at hard time prices; fully
warranted. Would he pleased to
have you look at them. Thanks lor
past favors. Painting and Trimming
at low price*
mlff-.'îm
G. W. COYLE,
MeClelland.sville, Del
DENTISTRY!
DH. (i. F. ENGLISH,
will bo at his Newark Oflico,
ad
joining tin ivsidem u of Mrs. W at
son Evans, on TUESDAY mid
SATURDAY of each week.
All brunches of the Dental p
fussion attemled in. Filling
SPECIALTY. ( las ad mi nisi uinl.
Prices moderate,
antccd.
1.11:: Del. A vc.
a
All work guar
865"Wilniinglon
illicc,
M. R. BARTON,
——Denier in
FLUOR FEED, & GROCERIES
Tobacco and Cigars.
ROLLER FLOUR, A SPECIALTY
Good GOODS at Low Prices.
Opposite M. E. ('lunch, Main St.
NEWARK, DEL.
Newaik, Del
StovcH, Heutcrs, Ran^oa, Tin Hoolin«*,
promptly attended to.
A lull supply of Tinware and Lamps at
city prices. All work guaranteed at
the old established stand.
Mrs. S. E. Zlglor,
George Karl, M
ager.
,Br feiji'—l , l u,n *» |, iK work amt rupulrliig.
S. M. DONNELL,
Notary Public,
Ileal Fslale anil General ('ollecling lirokce.
Fire Insurance Agent
and Conveyancer.
Illliroopposite Delaware Colle*,.
Newark,
Delaware.
Loans Carefully Negotiated.
The Trotting Bred Stallion
[ »CHRISTIANA» BOY.-l
Will
sko tin* sen
*f is>7 fro
April Isl
Augiisl 1st, at I be stable of
Ogietown, Del., at the low
subsoil
prl.f
In
. Parting with a
n sponsible for the Iiisuranee
( litlKlIana Boy is a iK-auiiri,.
L-'X bands high, fouled May 1st
I'KPIGRKK:
man* will be held
lilen Chest mil.
. ' rlM L'. H,,u ,,0 » v was sired l»y Horn
by the Nbarpless bi J -
Krandsln
Wlutlmvi
la*
Ik* by Old Mi
la*
diunnf u i , ! ,S <l1 ""' Belle
"'di* "I -May, reconl 2:99: bis see
y Marshall Ney. bis tiilitl dam
hä.?;:,,?' f""-' w- «î»
i
was by T
Anna ,1. v
IIm* toll m
Also won u raren
tl.ii-k July Æird, iS-;,.
J I"Ged ill 2.11)01- boner I lull day. omt
MlP w ®" w «
cinlstlamiUoy lHtbe only stallion hi Hu- stale
w II Ii u sist er and luilf sister - ' '
Jail b-w iiersonsln tlilsm-etl
Illsliulf HtHler May, In, lierb
gn-al spe '
Clirlsll

, In
1SS.-J.
Mi
IK" CL Lo
i
ultl h
•qual nil'* U !"
. TI1.1,•
oil wilt» have not M *i*n
urd fought raws, hIiow
t bin
■"fi 1
»*->
lUKt. fall.
MAYFIXJWKR will bollndti'd lo o-i. .
nan-sat far, for Ma* seasmi, xvin, „ •. nAI
iirnbiK ln I ss7 free, if tin* man- pnlvt-VoPu/ JTâ
_ _ «TMMÄrj
Bill Heads, Lcllci |/,,n|J
anil a general class of p,.j ll( ; J
done at this office
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