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Publinhed every Saturday. BOWEN & BROTHER, KDITORH t PUOPUIKTOKH, NEWARK, al, OKI,AWAKE, One dollar and a half a year In advance. niered at the Poatofflce at Newark as second Saturday, July 7, 1888. The Fali. term of Delaware Col lege will open September 5th. The Truste!« and Faculty are now revis ing the course of study. A cata logue will be issued soon. Every l>ody interested Bhould send for the College circular just issued. Free whiskey our good Republi can friends ask for, and the Demo crat« ask a reduction in the "war time" taxes, and duty taken from such articles that are needed, and in nowise injure the country. The free trade cry and starvation wages is only raised to frighten the workingman. The tax rate is too high, and yet what party is it that asks a reduction ? The Republicans are making strenuous effort to organize a State 1/eague, ami prepare for the coming campaign. We would advise our friends to keep cool in this matter, because their labors in this State go for nothing in such an emergency. Still they think they had better prepare the heat and enjoy it before they are vanquished iu November next The prohibition party even re pudiates the Republican party be cause their platform is too broad, and whiskey is to be put on the free list. It is always understood that temperance people care nothing for the Democratic party, but they think more of their platform. The mugwump is still mugwump, and and will BUpport Cleveland. The glorious Fourth has gone forth, and will read of the casualties caused by the Fourth. The bandanna will be noticed in the hand of every enthusiastic Demo crat. It signifies nothing more than a campaign badge, and will not take place of the stars and bars that the whole country marches under, will fight under and die defending. The bandanna is so much more useful than a medal. It is a useful article, and can he used for a sling, binding up a wound or a broken head. Let the bandanna wave. A writer in Philadelphia Times asks that that paper not to ignore Clinton B. Fisk, the Frobiliition can didate for President of the Fnited 8taU*s. No doubt, the Times will re meml»er Fisk, but that will be all. The newa of the loss of property by the deadly fire-cracker is alarm ing. The destruction of property will foot up to thousands of dollars. The loss of life caused hy premature explosions and other causes is large enough and with the day but once a year, the result ought to be grati fying to all. The peach-grower« convention of Delaware and Maryland held at Dover on Friday goes to show that there will he a peach crop, notwith standing the June drop, late frost», etc. Tiik i itizknb of Wilmington are now suffering from impure drink ing water. The cause is said to he due to decayed vegetable * »in* evil is »tirclv "tier Hid Hewer r* fuse. great enough, but when two i» forced on the good people of tin* named city, then the time hand to investigate, tions are always in order, p* rlmp> it. would lie well to make one .it m»«v and tim» preserve tin* health of lin* people of the chief city in our State. a t As i Vestl _*a Mugwump and you will find a fret* trader beneath. But then it is very hard to find a Mug wump now. They have all gone over, body and brceeheH, to the Démocratie party .—Mwnimj Ken* To Bay the leant, this is com thri ft does froi Scratch ing, coming that adheres so cloudy to the prin oipl-H of the (I. I>. I*. It might have been inclined at one time to have opened its doors to the Mugwump, but now, alas! his admission is for ever denied. All right, neighbor, next fall you'll he sorry that you cruelly barred the door against the very men that would have given you valuable servie« Ik Newark was unusually (juiet the Fourth then Wilniingh nde up the deficiency, hienuse tin; incessant firing of crackers, both on ■ that city Tuch large and small, in day night and all day ^ .:dn«*H(,lay up all would aeein to have made hack. lost ground for many years With all the fireworks, no fire occurred. •l ions Town ßoiucon. in |mttin K every effort to have a water supply before cold weather and the chanccK they will succeed. are HEW8GATHERED Joseph Brown, 50 year» old, an inmate of the Philadelphia Hospit al, jumped fron killed himself, on Sunday. Three young men while rowing on the Schuylkill river on Sunday accidentally ujiset the boat and one was drowned. Two U. S. Marshals were killed while attempting to arrest two des peradoes in Indian Territory on Saturday last. One of the men wus killed, the other escaped. Wm. E. Alt, who was charged with killing his father at the Arling ton House, I'imlico, Baltimore, was acquitted of the charge on Monday. The case created consider blc of a sensation at the time as young Alt shot his father to save the life of his mother, who was being sadly abuse by the former. The fatal shot was fired by the son just as the father was about to stab his wife with a big knife. Thestage running between Califor nia and Heldrcth, San., was stopped on Monday, by masked men ami the driver forced at the point of the rifle to hand over the express hag contain ing 110,000 in silver bullion. S. S. Broadfield, of 111., was fatally shot by Chas. Porter, an employe, on Monday. They quarreled about wages. John T. Von 1.0:111, the book keeper of the Second National Bank of Jersey City, is missing and the snug sum of 814,000. Von Loan is aged SO years, and had full chargeand confidence ofthc direct ors. win «low, awl 1» The Chinese of San Francisco are waging war against each other. All of it caused by an almond eyed beauty. A great cave-in took place at the Bellevue Collery, Scranton on Tues day. Several miners had narrow escape from death. A Frenchman named Ehe was buried for four hours, when he was rescued, property above the eave-in is greatly damaged and several houses had their walls torn open. The A woman fishing from the ocean pier at Cape May hooked a shark After some about six feet long, time it was landed. A young and beautiful girl wt drowned in the Delaware river at the foot of Fairmount avenue, Phil adelphia, Tuesday. It is supposed that she walked from the wharf into the rivcr.J A man named Robert W. Flack, of Syracuse, N. Y., undertook to navigate the rapid* at Niagara Kails, and was drowned. Another one gone. Wlwington Printing Company* This company consists of Hon. Theo. F. Armstrong Newark. They are now prep, all classes of work, but at the same time Tjik Lkdoku will still he booming iu Newark. Ah we have ure fixtures here ami as long as we are allowed we find it our duty to look after the interests of our good jK-ople. The Printing Company is now fully prepared to do all kinds of fine work, and ask a share of patronage. .1 Bowen «<; Itn.., I ed to do i.l before, w Electric Bitters* » well known il no special ed Electric This ret and mention. Bitters sing the : popular And who hav to id it is ed. Elec s of the »ve Pimples id other affections not exsit purer guarnteed to do all that is clai •all discus. trie Bitters will «• Liver and Kidm-vs, will rei Boils, Salt If he caused hy imp Malaria system and i Malarial fevers,— Foi < onsti patio d.— Will drive e i.h cut U uf llt-iuluvllf, KIcv lil InJigeHtion Kntire satisfaetii • y trie Bitter cfmided. teed, or mo d *100 pc Drug Store. • V» ets. KinüIi'h bottle a Bc.it. Way«. Uhocte Which ' T it. ,, ( p of doing t es <1. N .Ut w ha Vils liitiicly, t. « m liich .In valid .«• pt .1 Mill. profus. Hosteller's , the oil Ink. •licet l" Stomach Bill. of i. tlx ot violent I u still). illy .1 \l hielt does lot gripe the ilitest elected, the | If the fust is the.lebilitnii I lauant I* benefit id lie cu d hope t hid. leuv Ih organs .is had ..If thu hefo If ,nii thu other ha id. he resorts to th h ».Iy lie icstornti. coils I" gular habit of the body, In filthy ton.* ml. Besides iicalth • .wal », the Bitters of .pn-r •I» fully »mus j 'fieml i ! j K ' ! : ! the in! «finally •lax dor Ii parts a b< .1 the kid I pet the on of the itet id coI the early twin iiey.s, of rhe • 1 malaria in all i to Psculiar Ii the e. <f ils ingredients, Ii. d's préparât i Sarsaparilla n ,.ther préparai tin; tower of Htrength **" I'*" in its d u; ie at h all d," all ill.i is the ï ..-I si n I «M all •Ii« i ; for p lying the id •I, gi *1 ervuting a "I'l' Syrup of Fig* I*-« N; .• lax al i ost easily taken, ; sly k' ! II Heel i * -1 dispel II t in « ; ! d | mlä'r, i,„iig,s, Manufactured only hv il ^ 3 ^ |)( . u| | Newark, Del. d F • Hal ■ . Piles, •le. •I' Smith's drug store, Mi Ii24-ly. A Warning. ! The inodes of death'» approach are ver- 1 tone, and »laliatica show cenclnaively that more pernons dip from'diseases of the Throat aud.Lungs than any other. It in probftMv that everyone, without exce pteon, receives vast miiubeni of Tubercle Germs into the system and where these germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life an«l develop, at tirst slowly and is shown by a slight tiekling sensation in the throat and if allowed to continue their ravages they extend tö the lungs producing Consumption and to the head, causing Catarrh. Now all this is danger ous and if allowed to proceed will in time cause death. At the outset vou must act with promptness ; allowing a cold to go without attention is dangerous and lose you your life. As soon that something is wrong with your Throat, Lungs or Nostrils, obtain u bot tle of lioschee's tierman Syrup. It will give you immediate relief. ou feel J. R. HUDSON & CO., STEEL COAL AND DIRT BARROWS. Belting. Steam Packing», Oil Cups, Twine» and Rope, iachin E FINE BURNING OILS No. 15 Market Street. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. Nivindale HERD JERSEYS. At head of herd lingo St. llelicr 15472, Sir«; ltioter Lisgur 1 I- r >20, Pure* St. laun bert, M74 per c ent Victor Hugo, L cent Stoke Pogislid, Dam Brietellu 84 ü |K*r cent St. llelior 45. FOB SAUF..— Two Bulla 111 ami 14 . old. Will be registered. Seven grade cow». < »ne grade heifer. Full tab ulated pedigree« and butter records of 000 cows sent on application. I" r \ S. E. NIVIN, Landenburg, Pa DELICIOUS SUMMER DESSERTS few minute s by using made in BELTS Always reliable* and ready for uso. Makes wholesome slip or cold custard, Fruit Junket, etc. Without trouble and with but trilling expense. •r druggist for it. Ask Vo r grocer Manufactured by Z. JAMES BELT, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, SIXTH AND MARKET STS., Wilmington, Del. NEW lit »AI», TOWNSHIP, Driving & Bicycle Map of State of Delaware hy nail. ec Ô0 ets. W. Smith & Co. Map Publishers, 20 South Sixth Street, PI1ILAD1X nil A, PA. DA MH !.. CHOATE, Practical ROOT ami SHOE Makar. eialty. Repairing :i sj Just < Ht of ]H)st office. J. A. WILSON, PRACTICAL -EMBALMED, 616 KING STREET, Wilmiiigtmi, Del. Telephone ! US, or Telegraph essages Ivl ward Wilson, idertukcr sent t*. Mail si., Newark, Del. ITew Meat Market IIENP.Y STEELE al the New Meat i House, •list of || >el Fresh and Sidt Meat Butter, Eggs, etc He i already doing A call will that < v hing is lirst Is .1. liv. I HENRY STEELE. a print f Carriage Works. ItKl'A I KIN Ci, I 'A I NTI N(i, TIM MM IN Ci. UPHOLSTERINU. mattresses I Made ami Ucpaiicil, all juices d Ilcasoiialil I rilMTI'IIK iihl'AIIIKI) ami l l'HOl.SI KKKI» R. M, ENNIS, My-I4tf Vew London Ave, \ewRtk, Found Dead 1 < asl '"'eninga person giving tl.e name «[•'• « TJiompaon registered at Hunt', "olel, and desired fo lie called tu season |° * a ^'* *" M. train for Chicago. De- | aw *ke him, the r< cu ^ c ' rL *d hy meatifl of the ventilator over | lhe ,Ioor » when ,ht; ««ntteman was found i to * M * dead. He was advertising agent for ^'dphnr hitters, which has Fhecoroner returned a verdict of ! ,ea ' 1 from * ,0Är! disease, llis *** Bcnt oa8t fnimediatelv .—< extensive ody will « \rmmrr citd. Being More Pleasant To the last«*, more o mach, an<l action, the famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, U rapidly Beding all others. Try it. One liottle w ill prove its merits. For sale at Heaton Smith's drug store. •cptahle to the 5 truly benelicial in iu P* » WANAMAKER'S Closed Saturdays at i P. M. | When you come to the city bear ih mind that Wanamaker's j is a meeting and resting and ! waiting place as well as the | biggest store in the world, j There are reading and sitting and retiring rooms for you ; telephone, telegraph, and mail facilities. Your parcels will be cared for without charge. We try to make you welcome whether you care to buy or n t L J * WANAMAKER'S L I 14 Aires Is gf pLOOf^SfACE |3S * PHILADELPHIAP ) L THi/treenrn « ~\ r n r You know that there is no worthy hot weather ( or any weather ) thing for wear or home use but we have it. If you can't come to the store, write for whatever you want, samples or goods. Shopping by mail has come' to be simple and certain. A few scratches of a pen, and all the facilities of the store are yours. John \Vanamakkk. [ROYAL IttWiI bfBtimuvfJSSy to® • 1 Wj 11 *akiH 6 powder I Absolutely Pure, This powdc •hgth ami than the ordinary kinds, comprit lo weight arles. A 1 of purity mica be sold In test, sold only I . tin. ! : Ith the mull It ml *i b III < s. Itov Wall •et. York. iy ,<»11% I I 011 I S "Best," Fill Cliff Poutaxnt F, Patent. d, Boiler F Oeekleutal, Boiler !•' ll liifo anil Yellow Corn Gooib •v Patent. V Pillent. K irk u I I Fancy Peurl Hominy. Breakfast Hum. int». :»lli pack I'il dated White or Yelh.li Meal White Meal. While or Yellow Meal l'urina »* I"" I*o««l Wheat. r.,r and Mixed Feisls Oals (I White I aller .piantiiies. THE WM. LEA Sl SONS CO., Wilmington, III (nprssy) M. R. BAHT01T 1 1 >ealel* in j ! i ^g 'jas gw g«waw< » i «[ q« Kuos f luke, Piila|iMMi, i F.F.F., l liumpl.m l ). l ' nmi other breads « J ( HOICK FAMILY FI.0! >1. ' ' Mill Fcc.l of all kln.lM. ' ■ j rofflM*. «pin K)ri.|. I (• ; ! »•!*' Molus >.l Suit. Oil, Kli.li, uml IV11 Ion \\ TOIIVITO AM» NKHAItK, G at VVIioIchhIc. \ I j m I j i ; NEWARK, DEI JAMES ROBERTS, I 1'lai Wove just best of eott •y Bag ( arpet Wnav al want tlieiu with tl d woolen yarn at prices 1 I reasonable. Car|K*t for sale. I South side of Main Street, NEWARK, DEL. 1 F SALESMEN^ WANTED. (or the Kale employmelil KUiimille. PENSES PAID. Applj Chase Brothers Company, (Refer to tl«)-. paper.) r ' I Nursery SDsk: Ki. iuiy I. SALARY AND EX ;e. staling uge. ltorhc»<er, X. 1. It's Summer in Oak Hall. Do you know what's going on ? Maybe you'll know by the prices. fiat-gains are as pletity as chippies in a wheat-field. After getting the lowest prices for our reliable cloth ing all through the season, some lots are totally sold. Others—part of them are left. They make enough, gathered together, to more than fill one ot our big rooms. They're two-thirds or half price as long as they last. We're not a bit anxious to lose money. We're brave enough to do it when we've either got to do that or carry goods till next season. You wouldn't stick at the railroad fare if you knew what you'd save. Maybe $2.00; maybe $10.00. For the Summer itself. Stacks of Thin Clothing. Customers say: It's a sight to see the beautiful goods we have. It's the finest we ever had. We've a heap of Clothing yet to sell, and we've made the prices low enough to cut a quick furrow in it. Wanamaker & Brown, OAK HALL, S. E. Cor. Sixth and Market Streets, Philadelphia. Heaton Smith. DRUGGIST. CASKEY BUILDING, Newark, Del. WESLEY B. HART, Furnishing Undetuker, Newark, Delaware "< )|>j)oHitu tin* residence of Dr X. II. Clerk. Funerals attended in all parts of the country, ri RNITFRE done up. Dobson's Ice Cream Saloon. SPECIAL PARIAH! FOB LADIKS REMEMBER THE OLD STAND EDWARD WILSON 5 l I>J DLUTA K IGIL Main St., near II. & o. Depot, NEWARK, —THE OLDEST STAND IN THE STATE DELAWARE. Every requisite for funerals, Caskets, Collins, Robes »fee., fur* nisbeil at the very lowest prices. Clmirs also furnished. Mr. J. A. Wilson of Wilmington will direct funerals when 11 is desired. J. W. PARRISH, ! JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, I ' I Dealer in -I Jewelry, 1 ; I ! Silverware, Spectacles, I Buy tho Hampden for a Reliable R. R. Watch* V s ' < ^ 1 ODD FELLOWS BUILDING I Main Street Newark, Del* I JOHNSON & McMIAHAEL t j The Newark Prick Mu mi lad i<)U»uiiUs of 11 rs|-class bricks to ! I hei. Y i be.leiD BUILDERS j take uotlco to I In? above, bu filled uMMÉ id yc ders will »tier. • it Buildors would do well to inspect ; these bricks before purchasing else ! where. I Johnson & McMichael, Newark, Del, j illy JO-tf. FOB. SALE. Freisian thorough-bred Bull u my thorough-bred Bull, Sir Howard." Also, half N ici.mon Waiiijkn, I Holstein Calves, fr« j ''Faithful's i blood Bull Calves. ; Jan I4tf. Newark, Del. 1 ut, ■ , 1 I fltiiblo S.-M Wohtlcr.. ex Imi. Ill flic mm . Those win »Is olTorms velsor lu lu need of «.ro be done while living at d their address to d, Maine, a.nt •Itlier d by lliu but HaUctl A Co., I*oi tl free, lull lo h mild at •olvo ». .tf all day und up 1 8 V. they Ii ï' id. k. tills Davis, Keys & Co., OF KLKTON, MD., Pay (lie «Ugliest Chiftli Price FOB OHAIN rto IIAY. BELL ALL KINDS OF Lumber, Coal *nd Fortiltzera AT THE I/)W1J8T CASH PBICB. Register's Order. HkgistkhV okh. k, executor of Anna Nlvln, lute Wilmington hundred, In said county, deceased, it Is ordered ddirected t»y the Keelstor that the executor tresnld give notice of granting of Letters Tes •ntiir.v ii|i<)ii tin* <• e date •d, with f, by causing ud ver übe posted within forty days from the date of such Letters In six of the most pub lic places of the county of New Castle, rcqurlng all itersons having demands against the estate », or abide by an Act, of le made f the dec granting tin the : I" scmbly iu also cause eh e d provided; uud l>c Inserted within the c I.kdoku. a news d tobe con • the ue period In T pa|N*r published turned therein two Dei.aw Newark, l»el., Given under S|.|| l or nnice (.r the Itegismr afore ■ h.ili.l .Hid Seal ..J.ut Wilmington, In New Cus ■ county aforesaid, the day and ,tr alu a I * written. .Ions K. Brade j. Register. NOTICK. All iiersous having claims agulnst the de ceased must present the same, duly attested to I !.. • May 2J, iss; I, the Act of Assembly In such e«se made and and provided. MKPT1MPM K. NIVIN. Address, l.and«;uberg. Pu. Kxecutor. Register's Order. H New < a.*>l lc co.mty, Del., May J3, 1SSS. ford Uankln Ad .twfurd, lute or White ihl county, deceased, It r Unit the ^ »f granting 'pi he application ■ KllzaJ.c Hired, lie minist nay Crock h is ordered ami dir Admlnlstruto si ( I III I h> I he Re ■ I give not dmlnl-dmtlon upot Id* deceased, with tic* date of granting thereof. • Is- I Misled within mch la-flcrs in six the county of New having demands flies •h e caiisc thftsnmcto be Insert • period In Tiik Uki.awakk of Lette fo public places c < asile, requiring nil per against the estate hy an Act of Assembly ■I* *b made and ■t . ed; 1" ed with! the . a iiewsi)u|M*r putillshcd in Newark, .1 lx* continue l Hierein two months. *"' l " ».Ivea under t lie hand and Seal - . Y of «»nice of the Register afofe % ■ » f Raid, at Wilmington, In New r - tie county aforesaid, the day au.l yenrutrove written. .Ioiin K. Bkadkokii, Register. NOTICE. All |M*rsuiis having claims agulnst flic estate of t he deceased must present the same, duly ut tested to the Administrator, on or before May abide fhe Act of Assembly In such .•os',* made and provided. t'HAWKORp Rankin. Administrator, wurk, pel. ■iU Address, No CKOZCS Family Groceries. Florida Orange«, Metisjna Donjons, Nuts, Raisins, Grapes, Figs, Best brands of Canned Com, Toma toes, Peas, Beans, Choice »I AND Wernar's Champagne. Strictly first elans goods, at lowest figures, is the motto at (itjltWl'b'S Gbps FROP'l', Newark, Oeiawfire, 1847. I885. dec. W. Williams, Nkwauk, Delaware. agent for the Kent County Mutual Fire Insurance Co., of Dover, Delaware, In sures «gainst loss of File, issuing Mutual l'olicics only under which 1 *ayincuts are made annually in advance during hership, und on ceasing to Is* inoinhcrs whatever remains unexpended after pav ing loses, ex|H*nses anil dividends turned, thereby furnishing Insurance at cost. Dividends returned after the second annual payment. janltf •m le I IT IS HOT, But Who Cares i And yet you will notice that the men and boys don't mind the torrid waves as they did onee. This change* is due to the elegant and recent goods that are now to be had for Men and Hoys 11 'car and we have them l>y cur loud, if you i the olmos« to tneflsiue them They by flint method, are really summer g< and us stylish in quality and apjieaialiee as any you ever saw. Maybe more ho. We are selling them right and left, amt the fathers, liiotlniH, wives, sisters, sweet j hearts and little folks all ' Is , j speak of the elegant fits. WE HIVE 'em ets we do. iNo mills how old the ; limn, how lame or crook- j ed, or how bohl, young and little the boy, we "'""' N " THE GOODS AND I'HICK. Call and see at i j J, T, MULLIN & SON Clothiers, Tailors, SIXTH and MARK HT. WILMINGTON, DLL. Tes —A— CREAT CATCH IN— BARGAINS ver uud the con Seal Cus and will I«: off,*lv,l by Pennock & Foreman de to and for the next few days, We »hall offer goods at a re duced scale of prices all around just to stimulate trade. hui nur TRADE IS A LITTLE FLAT. Ad It the That is in, fault of outs we dont propose to keep stock oil hand on that account, We are here to sell and sell we| must and sell we will. We are going to make trade by making bargains that you ctuniot lét si i 11 *• , . lteinenibei* they »re not cheap ( I Utility Lilt irood «roods T Tu . ' lip n n » III IjOW tll^iuvs. Wo soil fit ;i Loss llttlior than koon thoni over tn vv.irlr in ». imi u» hoik on ill a HOW SOil* gQj. six *b and Seal au.l of ut May Wu have Cliililren's down. many stylos of Suits, j »rices \yay 1 KlfO'l'IJIEI}» ^IIJD GKP'FS! South-Fast Corner of Fifth & Market Sts WILMINGTON, DEL. j Fire In are at the •m le DENTISTRY ! DR. G. V. ENGLISH, will 1.C III his Newark Office, ,„| joining the residence of Mrs. \\' u ( son Evans, on TUESDAY »ml SATURDAY ofeaelrweek. All branches of the Dental fession attended to. SPECIALTY. |»ro Filling » (las administered Prices moderate. All work guar anteed. tfSg-Wilmington office 1513 Del. Ave. HAINES' Livery & Bazar, NEWARK, DEL. Horse« for sale and hire. I w ill have constantly for sale Carriages, llorncs Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, anti everything til be fonnd at a first-clum Bazar. Moder ate lommission charged on stock sol. I have a few carriages ami horn s «ale now. gains. I for An excellent place to get bur A first-class Livery Hatle in connection w ith Bazar. Team a| l hours at reasonable price.. && Hauling «lone. II. H. It.VIXES, Main Street. I_ 111 jaii21-tf.J0 WESTERN HOTEL M. MAGKLEM, PROPRIETOR. S. K. Cor. Fourth and Orange Sts. DELAWARE. Stables attached to the Hotel. WILMINGTON, v smith. L. Min SMITH & MURRAY'S CBirSTALSALOON, No. ß East Seventh Street, ; „ j 0|,en n mgl ' -YOUNG BRAMPTON*] Wilmington, Del FOU FLU VICK THIS SEASON at WM. HOME WOOD'S FARM Newark, Del., i at $12 to insure. Young Brampton is a bay horse with black points. Sired by j the imported < 'lydesdalo Stallion BRAM TON. bred from u Messenger mare sired by the imported horse Sea burge which gives him strength, speed and durability. m» limn Wm. Homewood. S, M DONNELL, Notary Public, Ileal Eslale aad General eoilerliug Broker. Fire Insurance Agent and Conveyancer. ( llllce op|HJsitu I »elaware ( '»liegt , Newark, Delaware. Loans Carefully Nogotiatod. John P. Donahoe, Bottler of ami solo agent for William Massey & Co., Philadelphia, Ale,Porter & Brown Stout Also the celebrated Barlholoraa KOCIIESTEU BEER, iu all the different ilavors. 517-519 ORANGE St., Wilmington, Del. Polite and accommodating dr' Orders by mail promptly attended to. Ho is also connected with the Telephone Exchange, ami his number is 90. [upr25 »y Water Minorai W. II. IIAHTLOVFq PRACTICAL GUN MAKER AND TAXIDERMIST, N. E. COR. 3RD & FRENCH STS., WILMINGTON, DEL, A ml fui I and GOlUpleto assortment of fishing tackle, snoods and hooks, rods, jointed and cane, and fish baskets, bait boxes and minnow buckets. Careful attention given to taxlderniv and fine gun re JJi pairing in nil its branches. LANDRETH'S SEEDS ARE THE BEST \yoirnr> sorrm east? j I Ai** grown from Hood Stocks, tim _ „ ful Bolcciion, In trial beds snoctalto devoted 8 ** u " ^ JS 18 I,ouao ovor lmn.lr.sl v.. tilt A IN, < i It ASH AND CLOVER SEEDS, Thoroughly Hc-clconcd, free from weeds i.AX!)RKTirs lawngrahs seed, Producing a beautiful and pertnanont sod inu short time. FLOWER seeds 11W/ Æ • ■ I •• trash lx*st Imported and Amcrlc FLOWER ROOTS AND III'LIIS AGRIl'l'LTt'RAL AND llORTP 'PI aÜMAL IMPLEMENTS and TooW IN cillKAT VARIETY send for catalogues. 7 ' David Landreth & Sons, Nos. 21 & 211 Houth Sixth street, Dew. cn Markcl ami ('hc.,i I uwarc avenue or the .h ii ii*-. I •*»ls., and I »ein, d Arch street, PHlLAPELPilpv AFFLIOLj* ■ v'NAT 1 AfTEn /.il cri. •j Su LT OK.-, C. E, 329 N. I" Ih St.. tolcv/Calhv Aijroftrc'expprl Phil». P ■■ fl's&Iü» 1 ", A . 44rbvudäunn.i GvJut ! XGr.Z.AVanDeventer Who formerlv lmd an office in Mrs. J. W.*Evan's In. in Newark, Del., would he j pleased to see all his former ]uitr;ms, \> JVq >vant f> Satisfactory .Jo|j I»f | jeijtisl jy ilpips at reduced prices,at SB! MABKKT ST., WILMINGTON, Del. $ 1.00 IB WEEKS Tlu POLICE GAZETTE will be mnllod, hi l"d, to any u.l.lre«.« in Uo Halted oa receipt «,1 ONE DOLLAR Liliei-.il «liPeoiiiit allow 1«. ^jiojUnHutcrs, »gen-f. HIUI1AUÜK. FOX, Franklin Square, N. Y and elal I ■1 Ad.lrew oritur '