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BOWEN & BROTHER,
-All loeal notices appearing in this
|mpcr, relating to the sale of goods, and
not written by us. will he charged at a
certain rate per line.
Saturday, August 6, 1887.
—Have you gotten in your oats yet?
about "ripe" in the
-Crubs i
Elk river.
—Harvey Iajckard of this town, is
very ill with bilious dysentery.
—An infant child of Frank Stroud was
Thursday nt Welsh Tract.
—It only takes about five minutes to
"knock out" u linen collar this weather.
buried
—The Groom Guards of Elkton, wont
to Hagerstown, Md., where they will be
encamped- for over a week.
—William and George Potter, the tw
colored men arrested and placed in Ne
Castle jail were released on bail Tuesday
—Attention is allied to the advertise
ment of W. W. Weir, of Wilmington, in
this issue. Read it and you will he
pleased.
—Charles and Miss Katie Ferris of
I ilasgow, the two who were so ill, aro
said t© be some little better, we are glad
to state.
—There is considerable sickness on
Iron Hill. Two of the O'Rourke hoys
and a man numed Cat heart are very ill
with bilious fever.
i
—The rain and wind storm on Sunday
evoning blew the tops from the hay und
straw stacks in this vicinity also laying
corn Hat to the ground.
There is a certain man in this town
takes the "cake'' for snoring while
asleep. He can he plainly heard on tho
opposite side of the street.
that
—Henry Steele is always up to the
standard in selling the best beef mid salt
moats. Ilis obliging manners is winning
for him
excellent trade.
—No one should go away to the city
to get tlicir printing done when they can
get the same class of work done ut this
nfllcc and at a less price.
—Delaware College opens its doors
about the first of September. This time
honored institution does not need re
commendation at our hands
—There can be no question about it,
Barton keeps a splendid straight 5 cent
cigar. Those that smoke them find real
enjoyment in their fragrance.
—Prof. ILS. Goldey is having built
for himself at the East End a special
planned dwelling house. It will be
(guito an ornament to our town.
/—h, party of Newurkers, accompanied
/by friends from Appleton, Md., spent u
j very pleasant day in crabbing at Port
l Penn, Delaware, on Saturday lust.
\/—Fall term of the Newark Academy
1 and Delaware Normal School begins Sept.
/ 0th. As an institution of learning it
j not lie surpassed. Send for u catalogue.
V —A man named Win. McCIoskoy was
wund dead on the P. W. & B. Railroad
track near Elkton
supposed he died frnnrthe into
—There are said to he a great num
ber of foxes in the surrounding country
this season. Some of our hunters have
been out hunting them «luring the post
week.
— W. J. Booth, tlmt successful dealer
in lioiso'fl and cattle, will have another!
big sale on Monday afternoon August 8th.
v His sales aro always largely attended.
And why not?
—A barn belonging to Jos. Walker,
Hear Oxford, Pa, was struck by lightning
on Sunday evening lust. The (»am and
contents were «lestroyeil. Loss about,
$5,000; fully insurod.
v —-What a queer farmer that does not
want agricultural implements. Just the
place to buy them is at T. S. Brown's,
Wilmington. You
his place und «lon't forget it. See his ad.
There is some talk about an cxeur
/si«m going from "Boogy Boo Run" to
! Ogletown at an early date. The
I hers of that prominent base-hall club are
j to be taken free. Due notice will he
V given.
v —Crabbing parties will
ful on the Elk river,
lie plentiful. Such sport is very enjoy
able, ami especially so when several crabs
• kick up a disturbance in a boat in which
are several young ladies.
—The extension of Delaware Avenue
as proposed by Council will he very wise,
nnd will do much to stop
I stretching its arms further cast and west,
^ow then, cross streets should lie open
e«l, ami thus make town more compact. |
—The game of base hall that w
have been played at the Homewood
Driving Park on .Saturday last by citi
zens of this town did not take place
account of tho hot wcathor, and bus
boon positioned until old "Prob" w ill
furnish us cooler weather.
Tuesday. It is
heat.
get anything at
he plcnti
crahs are said to
tôwn from
to
on
—Robert Reed, a farmer living about
three miles soutli of Ncwurk while
gaged in cutting down weeds with a
scytho on Tuesday mudu a miss stroke
with the scythe und cut ofl* the top of
. one of his toes, also splitting one. Dr.
\JWhistler dressed the wounds.
— On Sunday afternoon last, about four
o'clock two small hoys wore watching a
freight train on the B. «k (). Railroad
just north of town, when
/
011
a passenger
train came thundering along in the
posite direction,
escaped being
"I
The hoys narrowly
—A young man of this
tow
mends the following remedy lor
quitocs: "When you catch them, tickle
them under the chin, and if they laugh,
throwsund in thoir face." This would
probably be a good ideu hut
where it will causo their death.
recom
ï «lon't
y üy —J. C. Vannant of Strickersvillo, Pa.,
\j£ had a hen, that ufter 111 long years drop
* \ Ptfl dead last week. Every year this
\lien hatched from ono to three Hocks of
Mlickcns. This seems to he a remark
^^M)le record for u chicken, and
wo very
'milch doubt if her equal is to be found
anywhere.
—J. T. Mullin & Son, like many other
enterprising firms, believe in the efficacy
of printers' ink, und in changing their
advertifement frequently, thus showing
to all that they uro not content to lie in
• the same rut. The succcess they have
attained it* largely due, they nay, to news- |
paper advertising.
—Mrs. Willey, living at the West Km
presented us with some of the linest jhj- I
tutoes this week tlmt our eyes have feast- [
cd on for a long while. She
in her garden, which is well kept. Not
only this, but she takes great delight in
raising (lowe
ised them
and some very beautiful
ones are now to he seen at her residence.
—The following item we clip from the
Ohio Patriot. Rev. l)r. Vallandighaui, of
Newark, Delaware, wl
bon, a short time ago, the place of his
birth, has served the
• That is a remarkable service for
a minister in one place. Rev. Vallamlig
hnm is a strong man and is able to hold
the affections of his church people. F
one ago he is hale, hearty, and hopeful.
—Thomas Davis, who has been in tho
/unploy of Dr. H. G. M. Kollock for the
past few years, left this town on Satur
day last for England, where his parchts
reside, and expects to reach home about
the latter part of August. He will go to
Australia, after visiting his friends. We
trust Tom will have a safe trip, lie is an
enterprising young man and gained for
himself many warm friends while here.
—The Rev. Dr. Vullandigh
tiUriiod from his visit to his native totfn,
£sew Lisbon, Ohio. The Sabbath he was
'there he preached in the Presbyteriun
Church of which his father was the first
IMistor, and of which he continued pastor
for thirty-two years, till his death —
Among his hearers were a few of those
Who hud been members during the life
èf his father, but most of them were their
children and grandchildren.
,^-J. W. Parrish came to this town and
let up business in tho store room former
ly occupied by W. A. Woodrow and to
day he is meeting with an unusual
amount of
and skilled mechanic, an A those who en
trust line watches und jewelery to him
Tor repair are never disappointed. When
iskod what he attributed his success to
fhi promptly replied, "Printer's ink and
tire assurance that he could do what he
advbftised." *
visited New Lis
Church for .'to
y*
has re
■css. He is a thoroug!
-^Parents on Chapel street should be
very curcful of their little ones. On Sat
urilay evening about sevon o'clock, a
chvkl between one und two years of ago
w in some way gotten on top of the
( ;one abutment of the B. A O. bridge
that spans Chapel street and was unable
t > get down. Had there been a train
( uo at this time in all probability the
1 tie fellow would have been killed, hut
a passer-by seeing his «langer placeil him
safe on the street below and started him
towards home.
—If there is one tiling that amuses us
ftioro than another is, the people who are
doing business here talking about home
trade, and nt the same time do not even
encourage homo trade by buying what
they want here. Their motto seems to
he: "You buy from me, and I'll go away
to get what I want." We know of a
few business men here who go out of
town to get their printing done because
they say they can get it done cheaper.
I low do you know ? You don't ask
prices und how can you tell anything
about our rate*.
-^The West End Market has had for
time as a pet a huge spider, which
twine in ubuncli of bananas. Ills spider
/ship after leaving the hunch of bananas
'built for liimself a snug house, suspended
from the ceiling of the store. Here it
feasted on all the tlies that came too close.
The spider was beautifully marked, be
ing almost pure white on the back, with
dark spots alternating with white on the
rest of its body. Very many admired
the animal, ami for a while persons be
lieved that it was without life, hijt they
quiek ly changed their minds when friend
George stirred the animal up with «stick
Now it is dead, ami tho proprietor of the
West End Market is kept busy describ
'd ng the chumcteristicH oftbedcadlv in
r
Personal.
f —Miss Florenc
Colorado, is visiting Mrs. E. T. Dilworth,
Sqp Main street.
—Mr. ami Mrs. A. W. Johnson of
Wilmington were guests of Mr. E. T.
Dilwork this week.
—Miss Maggie Stewart of St. Georges
is visiting Miss Laura Ranh at tho Acad
emy.
—Miss Mary Lyle is visiting her sister
at St. Georges, Del.
—Miss Winter of Philadelphia is visit
ing Miss Fannie Homewood, Ijving near
this town. f»
r —Prof. Goldy and wife are attending
1 Pitman Grove campmecting, New Jer
sey, this week.
—Rov. (J. W. Pretty niai» is attending
\Vye Camp.
—Miss Nora Wilson of the Washing
ton House, is visiting relatives in Oxford,
Jacks« «
of Denver,
I'a.
—Mr. J. F. Hooker, who lias been off
on a two weeks vocation, has roturned
und resumed his duties as clerk at the
Washington House.
—Mies Annie Bartelt, of Coatosvilic
I*a., is visiting friends here this week
—Miss Annie Draper of this town re
turned from a visit to Dolawurc City the
last of this week.
—Miss Laura Moody who hud been
a visit to her sister ut Kimhleville, Pa.,
returned home on Saturday last.
—Miss Janey Moody is visiting frieinls
at Wulnut Valley.
— C. S. Horn, wife ami son of Wilming
ton enjoyed several «lays this week with
frieinls. They brought down their own
team, und hail much pleasure in driving
about the country.
— H. C. Conrad, Ksq., of Wilmington,
was noticed at Linden Hall on Thursday.
—Mrs. Mary Jamurof Wilmington is
visiting Mrs. Todd and daughters. Mrs,
Jamur returned from a trip to England
lost full.
—Mr. Harry Greer, formerly of this
town, hut
spent last Sunday with his ids brother
in-law, Mr. James A. Wilson, at tho
Washington House.
—Mrs. James Gibson of Wilmington,
spent Thursday lioro this week.
—Miss Ella Collins of Coslio's Banks,
visited frionds in Wilmington this woek.
—Miss Stella Foreman of Wilmington
rtf WiLshington, D. ('.,
| is visiting her aunt Mr*. Collins at, t 'u.sho's
Ban kn.
—.1 I.. Vulluiidiglmiu, Kw|., low g«
I to spend a few weeks
[ tains of Virginia,
ong t!ie nioun
—Allen McKlweo and wife are at At
hintic City for a few days.
— Mr. K. .1, Grolsby of Philadelphia, is
spending a few days with his uncle.
David L. Choato of this town.
—Miss Bessie Briscoe of this town,
who had been visiting her father in Hart
ford City, Ind., is now spending several
weeks with Mrs. Dr. (\ Henry of St.
Louis, Mo.
/-Messrs John Pilling, ('lias. B. Evans
imd Robt. Moth oral 1 spent several days
ill Atlantic City this week.
\-Mrs. Win. F. Griffith spent Tliurs
«tayiii Wilmington tliiK week.
— W. U. Hart, undertaker,
Philadelphia, where lie will
end weeks.. A. ,'J.
charge of Mr- II.'s business.
—Mrs. Martha Buy lis»
Welsh of Wilmington, and Joseph II,
Fuller of Philadelphia, are visiting Mrs.
W. B. Hart.
ow in
cumin set
HhIkt
will have
—Mrs. Alfred Bailey and sister, who
have been visiting Mr. Leeds and wife,
at Atlantic City, N. J., returned home
this week, much delighted with their
trip.
Phoebe Jennings, of Pori De
posit, Md., is spending a few days with
Mrs. S. A J. Wood of this town.
—Mi»
—Maurice McKii
V'siting L. L. Uirtis of this town
i.Ksling, of Philadelphia, brother
to L. Theo. Esling, who wi
editor of the Newark Li dokii, and died
of New Jersey
—Wi
in this town, called in to see
Fri
■luy.
DEATHS THIS WEEK.
>n Saturday evening last, the sad news
*ached this town that Fred Ferris, of
Glasgow, was dead. He had been sick
hut a few days, with the bilious dysen
tery.
here ; was u student at Delaware College
about two years ago, and has often visit
ed tho town since. He attended
a seminary in Now York State last
year, where he was preparing for the
ministry. II«* was about his eighteenth
year of age. The funeral took place on
Monday. A large number of relatives
and friends were present. Charles Fer
ris ami his sister are seriously ill with
the same complaint.
Young Ferri
ell-known
wi
JOHN II. KIM I
On Thursday
John H. Kimble, of Applet
of H. II. Kimble, w
lmd
brought
The deceased w
considerable
ews reached here that
I, Md., son
lend. Mr. Kimble
attack of brain fever, evidently
by the excessive hot weather*
known here, und has
»putntion as
4 a poet. A
mourn their
rife and several < hi Idle
loss of a hushaml
57th year of his n
takes place to-day at I«»
at the house. Intel
Christ ii
i.l father.
«e. Them
»'clock. Services
cut at Head of
ral
(Jut «ch.
James R. C. Gldlmin, a well-known
resident of New Castle county died at Ids
home in Christiana about 7 o'clock Wed
nesday evening after an illnc
four months, of typhoid fever. The do
«•caseil was horn about (15
Ogletown. He was engaged in the «lry
goods business nearly all his Hfe, first
with ♦ho firm of Garretson, I'.laKemo.-e <!k
>f nearly
ears ago, near
Co., and for several years and at the time
of his death lie w
a member of the
firm of Willie
i, York«« & Co., also
Philadelphia house. In polities Mr.
Oldham w
De
•rat, and was a can
didate for the sherillally nomination in
1880. He
1882 utnl 1884 and again i
leave
ho w
fo. nerly Miss
Eliza Dundas of Philadelphia, four daugh
ter* and one son. The deceased was
if«*
eh respecte«l by a large circle of frieinls
and neighbors.
MHS. (iltimTII.
On Taesihiy Mrs. Jennie Griffith relict
ofthc late Win. Giillitli, dic«l at her home
at Head of Sassafras. Mrs. Griffith was
well known here, i"ul at one time she
resided in this ncighhorlmoil. Mrs. (».
had been ill for some time; she was in
e lu lierai
the (Mih vear of her age. T
TI.
.lav.
took place
Welsh Tract burying ground.
ember of Welsh Tract Church
Intel
«•nt
She had
fora hmg number of years.
Monday Night's Lecture.
According to announcement, Rev. F.
1). Powers, pastor of Gariicl«! Me
Church, at Washington, D. <'., lectured
before u small audiimce in Caskey Hall.
•ial
His subject, was, "The Religious Life
Character «if James A. Garfield."
cliMiueneo of Mr. P
overrated by the
this subject.
el
Tho
rers is in no wise
press reports
e«l the youth
from his early employment on a canal
though the various stages of life, portray
ing the Christian faith in everything ho
diu. Tho lecture was most vivid in de
scription, ami the audience highly appre
ciate«! the «»rator's endeavors.
It is a lamentable fact that no lecturer,
however eminent or gifted, can
good audiences in this town. It seems
strange, hut the citizens <lo not seem to
«•are for the higher literary efforts from
time to time oil'ered them.
He fo
DIED.
After a brie! illness, of congesti
brain, August 3, 1887, John II, Kimble,
Appleton, M«l., in the 37th year of his
age. The relatives and friends of the lain
ily aro respectfully invited to attend his
funeral on Sumluy next, leave his late
residence at 10a.m., without further
«1 interment at Heiul
of the
:
Service
notice,
of Christiana Church.
r ll-.l.il
biuiiWcnmsH. or the l.hpio
lively Cured hy HiluiinUterliiK I
Specific.
It can he given in a cup of eotlee orten
without the knowledge of the person
taking it ; is absolutely harmless and will
olivet a permanent
whether tlu* patient is si
aieoholie wreck. Thousands of
drunkards have boon made temperate
men who have taken Golden Specific in
tiroir colleo without their knowledge, and
to-»lay believes they «mit drinking of
tlicir own free will- IT N EV ER FAILS.
The system once impregnated with the
Spécifia: it becomes an utter impossibilité
for the liijuor appetite to exist. For full
particulars, address Golden Specific Co.,
185 Race st., Cincinnati, (>.
I*ohI
. lluiu.V (iol.l
«leinte. Irink
the blood ut this
Humors run riot i
season. 1 lood's Sarsaparilla expels every
impurity and vitalize* and enriches the
blood.
Pleasant Pic Nie
The scholars
I friends of the Epis
copal Sunday School i
nicked at
this
pu
romantic spot adjoining Die
flour mills of the Messrs. ('noch Bros.,
on Thursday. The little folks enjoyed a
day of genuine pleasure, and the older
folks, while they looked after their sev
eined to enjoy IIiohim-I
ves thoroughly. Two l-.nc lisherim
not envied with euch
her
» to which
would make the largest catch. After
casting their lines in
suit showed that the fellow
ivith the
white coat had carried oil first honors.
The ladies prepared a sumptuous repast
der the generous shade of giant tre
•r in which tin* schob
yenngest to the oh lest—set to
work to demolish the good things set be
fore them, fully attested that keen ap
petites ruled the occasion. One young
lady improvised an apron out of a «lam
deed. The children played games usual
ins. And what w
best
of tiH, no one
there any
Cooch were untiring ii
make all enjoy themselves.
H ay that we never attended i
which a pleasanter til
either were
ccidcnts. Mr. and Mrs. Win.
their efforts to
We most
pie-nie nt
lick,
At Homowood Driving Park.
Oil Saturday, August 13th, there will
take place at-Homewood Driving Park a
series of race#, to he contested by both
trotters a
The first contest will be a road wage
better ret
ce with Imrses tlmt have
rd than minutes.
with
io better record
than 2.48.
17 «-lass, pace
h are liberal, and goo« I sport
may he anticipated.
All trotting and pacing
three in five in harness. Entries cl
lltlr Entrance in per cent of whole
amount of purse. Races called nt 2
o'clock p. in. sharp.
There will undoubtedly he u large at
tendance, if the «lay he favorable. In
years past the sport has always been
thoroughly enjoyed, and ns the entries
of horses on this occasion promises to he
• will 1 o disappointed with
No. 3.—1
The p
.rill he. best
lai'L r i', no
the result.
First of the Season.
•o it is that the first of the crop
finds its way into the dreary, desolate
confines of
I low
»di tor's sanctum, to cheer
the dark days of hardtimes, when sub
tree ami Newark adver
»criptio
tis«!rs still
•or. But such things «1«
Johns«
huppen, ami Mr. Jonathi
wife of this tow
ill accept
est thanks for u basket, filled with Ins
heart i
peaches —the first of the
* from the vicinity of Milford,
on the far
eason.
They c
gmw
father. Such tokens of good will always
brings joy. even unto the least of us—the
«lev il. '
Three Hundred Helpless Slaves Sacrificed
to Save a Slaver's Life
The other day 1 heard a story from
sea captain who li
world, ami finally
Ga., the best he says he has ever .oiind.
Among the seafaring
fore the wi
u slaver. Once he had a cargo of.'loo
oir the
coast of Africa to Cuba. After a few day's
-of
iih the slaves
been all over the
et tie. I m*a
Atlanta,
as a captain that bail been
slaves sailing with the
sail he saw he was chased by :
wav. Ifhewt'S caught
penalty
is death for him a
And his cargo w
U't-ll
.'00,1 Hid. S
he had two incentives to get awiiv, and
made his préparât i
escape or capture.
He hung the heavy Iron cable or chai
that holds the
for either
event
•horall arouu l the hull
of Ids vessel on the outside just below
the edge of the «leck. It was hehl up by
some cleats. These cables are so heavy
that a
of one. Then he had the Ü 00 linked
cun lift only about two feet
•s brought out on «leek and each
vrists er
nog.
one'
were tliei
?»l und tie«l fitst. They
»laced along the gunwales,
1 a
facing outward ;
strong cord fastened llu* linmls of each
eahlejiist below
• to tbit
them on the outside.
Then the captain waited the result of
the race. He ha«l on every stit«*h of
poles could «Miry. If he
till «lark In* hoped 1<> dodge
ul he out. of sight before
eould r
the steamship
another day. But the sun di«l not g
«low
hip
fits!. There
, at l«*ast
came on to
stui>,l ri'Aily
no hop«* «»f escape. The «•
with axes; the captain i
•aisetl his hand
and in an instant ev
• «leat
ock
uhlen jerk, ove
e«l loose.—There was
went the negroes; there was for an in
stant a ('•ing«* nfflOO black beds in the
i«l cable and negroes wen- gone to
the bottom.
Commodore Maury says the pressure
of water at great depths is such that
fishes cannot go there to «lev
decomposition cannot take
pluce. So these negroes
yet, still tie«l in a «•ir« , l«> tothat iron cable
and their heels
up, in the eternal stillness of those
tlx» man-of-war
chemical
«• down there
with their heads «low
depths. As
came, up, a lieutenant boardered the
slaver ami found plenty of signs of
negroes, hut not a single slave,
the captain w
He soon had anotlic
Ami
vllicit ho this time
ssfully landed
'll ha. On lii?
and
Boston, however, In*
out and the
>I<1 ii
to
id his male fell
ate told <
vay to Cuba
captain r.
»«1 was not
prosecuted. After a while hi
•ee«led in getting a pardon
friends
for him
fri
Boston where lie no
•sides wealthy,
'.niHlitn
happy, and reqi.ii^e«!. - Allant
Dyp«*pua aud Livjr Onuplaiut
Is it not \\«>rth the
ill price of 75
cents t«> free ;
of these «list
think so call at our stor
of Shiloh's V Utilizer, «•»
printed guarantee on it,
and if it does y
you nothing. Sold hy E. T. Dilworth,
Newark, Del.
We have a speedy and jxisitivc Cure,
for ('atari! i, Diphtheria, Canker mouth
ml Hea. I A elm, in SH 1 LOU'S ( ' ATARI! 11
«•if «»r «
, ,>tom
sing eomplaints, if you
iml get a ho'ttlo
bottle basa
good it will cost
Died Prom a Spider's Bito.
!
'William Hughes.
>vho conducted
Downington,
untimely death Wednesday
( )n the pm
store ii
et with
of last week.
ling Frill;
all black spider, it i
Hughes «
pposed, ».it Mr.
He paid lmt little
•. The
hr lip.
ntten!ion t'» tin 1 bite at the ti
wont to Philadelpchi
on business, returning that evening feel
face commenced to
consultation of six
ext
ing unwell* Hi
ch badly and
s was held, they being unable
man's
Pl'.vsi
dieve the young
to
IDs throat was
..lien so much that lie
ish
•nl. He understood and heard all
d his bed, lmt he
jould not speak. Mr. Hughes continued
J to his relief.
llint transpireil aro
in this stale until de.itii c.
The «It
• 23« l year of his
age. lie wt
industrious young im
I enjo
1 the respect of all who knew
him. 11
Lancaster
place f.-ou
county. The ftincrul took
parents,
? 1 and Harriet Hughes, Gap, Friday.
Oetor;
tlie residence of hi»
The inter
cut
yard .—Oxford Per*«.
One of the most promising enter
prises organized here recently, is the
Tortilila gold and silver Mining
Company with a capital of $1,000,000
in shares of $2 each. Its property
comprises twelve developed mines,
and a mill in Final County, Arizona,
a district known for its rich and
leposits
>f ore.
territory throe miles
The
generous
Mines cover
long and there nre over 25U acres of
ore desposits.
bullion whs take
pectin g and
Two of the mines which
Over 81 of),ODD j.
out in the pros
dcvclopinent work.
arc now
vorked,apparently contain an
inexhaustible .-apply of
ging over 8180 per ton. They ha
been worked to the water where the
re avi
VO
oar concentrates in n solid body -12i
feet wide which has been tested thir
ty feet below, thus demonstrating
their permanency. This is be
lieved to he one of largest and rich
est bodies of ore on this continet.
Mr. Jos. II. Roall, is tho president
of the Ci
57 Broadway, New York City. Div
idends will commence to he paid
monthly Sepl 1. Prospectus will
he sent on application.
puny whose
lliees nr
Oh. What a Oonghl
Will v«
h«>«'«l tin'
The sip
re approach of
so Consumption,
afford for the
arning,
ual perhaps of the s
that
Ask yourselves i
sake of saving 5
do nothing lor it
ienco^that Shiloh's C
Cough. It
!.!<• «Ii
• i.

the risk and
t<
know fro
• will e
•vor fails. This
I a Milli«»
*. It
ex per
5 your
x plains
Bottles were
whv
• tli:
sol«I the past v
and Whooping ('ongh, at «
do not lie without it. Ft
Side
ter. Sold bv F.. T. Dilworth,
Del.
I*
■e. Mothers
I.
• Back,
.* Chest, two Shiloh's l'oro
Plas
Newark
Crushed Under a Rock
A dispatch from Twit
Mountain
House. N IL. sayS: Moses W. Hill,
a student-waiter at the Twin Moun
tain House
death. He went out walking and
an limit' later frantic ei n s were heard
in a pasture a « (Harter of a mile 'lis
tant. Several people ran to investi
gate and found young Hill lying on
his hack near a huge Boulder. His
body was frightfully mangled. The
boulder is very large and twenty
live feet high and exceedingly dilli
cult of ascent. Hill'met his death
in attempting to climb it.
He bad ascended fifteen feet, ami
when he took hold of a spur of the
rock to raise himself it gave way
nrecipitating Hill to tin* ground.
The falling rock struck him in the
lower part of the abdomen, crushing
bis bowels. TI
sharp and ragged and
through bis body.
ol«l ami verv brilliant and ambitious
ill. a
terrible
met
rock
as very
passnl
lie was grailuated at tin* Milburv
(Mass.) High School in 18SU, and at
the time of bis death was a student
llamshire Confer« nee
Seminary at Tilton. He worked as
a waited at the mountain hotels t<>
secure fund* to pursue bis eiltiea
at tin* New
the «mlv s
tion. Hew;
!
widow«*«! mother.
Puny Babies
a»l«' strong by giving then
mother
It is «ms
a fuo.1 i.l. nti. ol i
ellect. will
i
milk. S
ily digested,
ul assimilated, a
«1 ,,.•«•■
vents or «*ur«*R all bowel «lisor«lcrs
NEW USES FOR DYES
ur«* being constantly developed by the
makers of Diamond Dyes. They may he
e«l for making the finest inks, for li*
«»«I stains, colored lac
quers, «*lc. Semi stamp to Wells. Rich
ardson A ('«'>., Burlington, N't., for Dia
mond Dye hook. 22 Colors. 10 «•cuts
each.
<|tii«l art «•olors, wi
R kgistkus nimmt.
n imuisTKu s «
'KICK
!>»:
list rat i
Uuiitlml.
amt directed l»y llu* ItenI
tratrix a
tern of Admlnlsi r
«• application
•lx ol Kilward
Mary K.
VI
i- <ir lvm i.icr
Ml, 11 Is n-«lcre.|
tlm Admlnls
iiiü «>r I.«a -
«•orr.iH* «!<•
said «■
y. 'I'
wait! »five
Ic«* of
>11 up.
e «la
granting i
m; I Mini.'ll W
causing a«lv«*r
«lays fro
»riy
i, ■
•li Da iers In six of the
i
mosi. public ptu«!esof tin* county of N«>
n •«pilrlng,all |x
'astli*.
l»a\ Ing
>!dc by
llu
Ac
«Io and provided;
be inserted wltWti
■ •i
• the s;
!..
polled In the 1
ed tn Nt
we months.
: I.kduki: a
olie
ark, l)«*l. a ml
mnvspnp«*r puhlls
cunMnucd I herein
(live
«* hand and Seal of «min»
iforosuhl. Ht WUmlugluii.
«>t
• liegt
IU 8. Jin N
•lollS K. ItKADFOlM), H«'gl>
NOTICE.—All |vr.
•■"SÄStiivr
i
•.
duly
AlW
such
Address, Iron Kill
i'
i
r a bl Je
ado and j
MA It Y K. STitOll), AtUiiliilsl rati'
is
H* Act nf Assembly III
'Wed.
Notice.
!
The Board of Directors have this day |
declared a Semi-Annual Divideml of
per cent on the Capital Stock clear of all
tax«*« pavahln on ami after August 1,1887,
\
N
k. Del.. July
»til 1SK7.
Ne
G. W. Linos.
( 'oshier.
CRYING BABIES
made
HEALTHY, HEARTY,
! GOOD NATURED,
by tho
. 'I
m
Habita <lo not cry if they .iro
they cannot l»«> satisfied if they nro not prop,
crly nourished by thetr food, or U It produces
Irritation of stomach or bowels.
Very many moïlu
Isli tlielr children, :i
ers produces »•:!<! . ir.- t .
of constitutional <!>«. um
satisfied, and
cannot properly
' cm ilk of many moth
In th«« child bccauao
or weakness.
For all such cases there is a remedy in
LACTATSD FOOD,
its great
vun llmo I
Hand reds ol
value. It will
water
henco It is of gie
either chronic or
physicians testify
he retained when _
Jetted by tho stomach,
ulun to all iuvailda» in
acute cases.
150 MEALS for an Infant for $1.00.
EASILY PREPARED. At Druggists—25c., 60c., $1.
A valuable pamphlet sent on application. [22
Wells, Kiciuudson A C o., liurppgton, vt.
d milk is
Number of Apples Eaten.
There is
•id«* difference of opinion
os to the mi in her of apples eaten by
Adam ami Eve i
the Garden of Eden.
Some say Eve« 8 (ate)
total in ; others, Eve H,
! Adam 2 (too)
«, to
if Eve 8 1 and A «lam
I Adam
I Adi
tal Hi ; otl
8 2, the total is It
if Eve 8 1
8 1 2, the total is 8P3 ; if Eve S I 1st (ate
one first) and Adam 8 I 2 the total is
; if Eve 8 1 4 Adam, and Adi
2 I Eve, the total is 8, »38 ; if Eve S 1 I
l Adam 8 1 2 4 2 oblige Eve,
s 82,05.i. Still wrong.
l,(i
8 1
Adam,
the total i
Eve
when si I
d probably
felt sorry for it ; so Ada
in
«1er I«. re
lievo her griefs I :
8 1 81 4 2 40fy K
they both ate Nl.S»l>,8l54 apples.
lepressed spirits
S*
COMPOUND EXTRACT^
m
The importance of purifying the blond
not ho overestimated, for with«
you cannot enjoy good health.
'iirly every ono needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
tlio blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's
n pr , .lia y. Sarsaparilla. It strength»»
rcuuilal and builds up tho system,
creates an appetite, and tones tho digestion,
while It eradicates disease. Tho peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
of tho vegetable remedies used give to
Jlood's Sarsaparilla pccul- ii ÄÄ ir
lar curative powers. No a O itSeif
other medicine lias such a record of w
cures. If y
buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not bo induced ;
tako any other Instead. It is a ivoulk
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold l, y all druggist
Prepare«! by C. I. Iluod & Co., Lowcl!, May J
lOO Doggc Ono Dollar
pure blood
At this sea;
d;»rful
ado up your mind t >
NEW
ADVERTISEMENTS
T. S. BROWN,
DK.U.EU IN
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY,
SEEDS,PUMPS,ETC
Bickford A: llulfm:i
Climax Disc Harr«
Si ml. linker Fat
Wagons.
I.X. L. Wind Milli,
anting anything i
Win
a shovel
•ali
write
, for (
ettkir and pi
S. E. COR, FRONT AND MARKET STS. '
WILMINGTON. DEL.
BIG
PICNIC
MONDAY AFTERNOON
August 8 th, 1887,
AT T\V(
n'CLOCK. A'l'
WEST
GROVE.
B* i ! ! ; • Ficsli Sj .rin*,'- 1
uml B\.<■<i <t from
York iiii.l Soiiicisi'« Cniiiiti.'s.
Three Mouth ■ «h'edi!.
HniU
i ors,
W J BOOTH.
Shop , Clerk.
TRIALS OF SPEED.
TROTTING AND PACING
AT
HOMEWOOD
DRIVING PARK
Ueliivvi
8e:i
Saturday, August 13,
No. 1, Road Wagon ILici*. Hor
ses with no Letter recor«l than
3.(X). Burs.* $20: 1st ÿHh'j M. «, ;M, 4.
X«». 2, Horses with n«> better re
cord than 2Hs Burse 830, 1st, 815,
2d. 10, 3d, ».
N«*.
lfuresrailed at il ..Yloek p. in. «h«r|..
i
. j
3, 2.37 Class Bae rs and Trnt
Burse 050; 1st, 25.00, second,
(tre.
15.00,3d, It),00.
All Trotting*and iY.eing best three
ss. I'hitriod close
August Iltii. EntraiH'e !Ye l'> per
cent of whole a
in live
of
mint
purse.
THE CITIZENS' CORNET RAND OF
NEWARK
! will be in
Itondanc«.
Wm. Homewood. Pres.
| .Jamks A. \VlI.soN, Sc« rotary.
I
WiXTEI). if».«
nag«- spokes i
Hickory C»
the rough. Apply to
Wm. s. Brus
I
Apr. 23tf.
611 W. W. WEIR, 611
THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER,
811 Market at., Wilmington, Del.
»I SPECIAL If ADVERTISEMENTS.
XliWAKK CO-OPERATIVE STORE CO
Wants to call your attention i > their spécial bargains they are offering in
•«1 «foods.--Snell as Cora, Tomatoe s Peaches, Apricot* Arc. These good*
are all
FIRST CLASS
and we
d try them and watifify# your
liolow A FTC AL COST, «Fab
selling thon
I
IF YOU HAVE TO
; or anything usually kept in a
the "Caskey Building'*
drug: store why not go to
He will try to please you in
buy any .irugs
Beaton Smith'», place :
;ry roHpcct
(Jet one of those little medicine tumblers for 5 cents each.
Store
be ojMdied at (>;(M) a. m., and close at 0.00 p. m.
Wier & Xlnrsl ia.ll,
AT THE CORNER STORE, CHRISTIANA, DEL.
Always in stock a full assortment of DRY HOODS mid
( i R< K'EIUES, at the lowest
jx issible prices.
('.<'. CHOATE,
Wholesale» dealer in
CIGARS, and Retail dealer in
TOBACCO and SMOKERS
ARTICLES.
Newark Hardware Store
Head-«I imr ter* for
BINDING TWINE.
See our Twit
■ JUKI grt lH'K'PS
before buying.
H. 3. WRIGHT & CO.«
J. X5- wcrball,
WESTERN HOTEL, .
M. MAGKLEM, PROPRIETOR.
Dealer in
FRESH and SALT MEATS.
VEGETABLES and FRUITS
East of Washington House.
Also
S. E. Cor. Fourth, ami Orange Sis.
WILMINGTON,
Stables attached to the Hotel.
DELAWARE.
WEST END MARKET.
ri PINEAPPLES, COCO AN UTS, BANANAS,
— OIÎANGES, LEMONS, STAWBERBIES ami VEGETABLES—
Will lie I'.;
Eobsosa's Ic© Grsara. Saloop.,
SPECIAL PARLOR FOR LADIES
HEMKMBEli THE OLD STAND
DAVID L. CIIOATIi,
Practical
Clocks and Watches
of every description
Carefully Cleaned
and Repaired.
BOOT and SHOE
Maker.
Repairing a specialty.
3
Just, west of post-office.
1). STAN II« >1*1-:.
W M. S I MIMTKS
PHACTICAL WHEELWRIGHT.
Dr.Z.A.'VanSeven'ter
AVI
•rly had i
ofliiv
fur
( ti i«j« 1 w« >i'km unship !
w j Mr Prompt attention io
•*• «lone! \Vovks in the Lu (ton Bniid ' *;p
Mrs. .1. W. Ev
til.l he
in Newark. Del.,
I to m o all his for
ph
*r patri
J«h of Dentis
want a
at redt
MARKET

1\. WILMINGTON. Dll. {
Joski
. !.. si« i.ka'
SMITH M MURRAY'S
^TeTjEUfiiejaAoosT
H'.*\YK».-AY heut and ( ««r
C for which the
Willi
■ill lie paiil.
hUi
No. B East Seventh G reet.
Wilmington, Del
.Os
.. agent
k ' I i.jiim all ni" lit.
New:
ia21tf
WASHINGTON HOUSE,
Jab. A. Wujtox,
EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION
Proprietor.
GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED
jos. a. LUTTON,
BKA« Tf( AT, BLACKSMITH.
'
Atteation.
!
•s ♦ mied ami
pa • «•;
guaranteed: pr
!.
Hol'si-sli'ieiiig si speei:tlt \
East ol p
I
loos Trcntoi
st office.
Pla
Shop,
«•; Wil., !>«•!.
J. W. PARRISH,
BRACTICAL \VAT<!HMAKKU ami JKWELER.
At the ««hi siuiid formerly seupi.-l by \Y. A. W«.
wlrow. •
gis« it t«> lepiiiriiig line
SjHi'ial ai tent in
CLOSING OCT A
STOCK OF STORE GOODS.
T!r* '«iiiiiv Si >ek «»I* «*i' J. b\ Williunison Â' Son is 1
»si*:! >.ii i'«>|
»('HUT
CASH
:it, or hchnv
»1.'. Trimmings, N<>. r<
Sh.-, il:t«<. «this-- «iliK.-rifK «fcc, À-e.
l'hm-jît' .md will !>:• plciiscd t*> wait on the
: he Slock ii insist :< ..I ! >r\ . i,
Cos'
iMirt.
Wi.i. *iv Niebl> i- iti
pul »lit*.
JAMES BARKLEY Trustee.
JULY It'. 1887.
Envelopes for sale at tiiis
office.
READ THIS
mit to know wb
If v
O to gf
to g«-t
1 short
good work done at 1.
i. . ,,,. , „
i nrpran'il lo ilo »11 kinds of ,
l n- «Irin« of mm-liinriy, 1
g unit ivluvUvright- _
■11 tho Olivor Cliilloil Plow.
Uuorinanli stool Solfllinder, an.l thej
• (.wl ono ami,
FARMERS LOOK HERE,
We the undersigned wish to call the
attention of fnrmei-H that we are the,
authorizeil agents of Red Lion, l*enca«l«*r J
Hundred, ami part of New Castle Cu..
for the K'-le of the Dccrijig all Steel Self
Binder, and the new IWring Mower, also
the little Diamond Sulkv Cultivator, and ,
i wish the liberal patronage of Hie 1'nhlic. :
j Please give us a call.
I :
dice.
job work i
•ral Blacksmitliint
lone better.
T. F. Ilincs.
Delà war«* City.
Del.
it a trial,
apr.li» 3i
R.T. Bt
n>!s,
Kirk wo« »«I.
I apr3ti
Del.
-FOR SALE.—
1 wish to inform tho niiUic lli-it
, ...in r„„ ,„i ... I I
1 'oil liino lor sale tlussoason, 1887,
_ »»"KKies, S*Jiactr>,is. Ao
Tops, UcrinantONvn Carriage
Asont for the celebrated Webster
Wagon, Harrows
e.uso Blows, at hard time
warranted. Would he
have vou look at. them.
at'h.w girl s'
...itm«.
J
WANTFD Ladles and
Mead, . i r luvi en «.* * ,"' hn "'!«!>
your home'a.iti^ imkcLsu)
, „„„Y 'i?. 1 .'!"' 1 '' i " , 'i n * s ' s iTnm 93 U 5 '
: N ** ° * 204 v, «.e 8t., o.
Cultivât
»tv, Syra
! »rices; lull v
pleased to
Thanhs for
nil Trimming
G. W. COYLE,
McCk-llandaviUç, l)«!
WANTED-'VUIUX
siaess la own locality, j
good 8Plu;v. Rcioivupos
Co., 1« Ufticlny-vst.. n. y.
W Intebtgeut
exçuun&ej. « ; vifÿî

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