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Published every Satt BOWEN & BRO' EDITORS Sc PROPR NEWARK, - - ] One d a hair a year j • iicred at i MtufTlce at New elate matter. Saturday 30 , II Each session of the I.egislaU this State grows in favor as a dl court. The number of applies for divorce at the present scssioi been enormous. l he destruction of war vessels Samoa fully illustrates the fact thl wind and water are more destructive than naval engagements. 1 The elements literally wiped the navy at Samoa. It was a battle^ in which all the nations represented 1 suffered defeat. 5 1 his town iäjhbout to pass throughj another important^lection in one to elect pi^sident and members of Council an fvote for two loans of wldct-itt ço tn gjetc the, and put in' an electric' light plant. It is not discrete, per haps, in bringing this matter before the citizens in such shape, yet there cannot be any serious objection rais ed why the question should not be presented. The electric light scheme is no hap-hazzard affair. It is pure ly a necessity in fact, as much so as a water supply, and the cost of es tablishing the plant nearly one-tenth less. The increase in taxation would amount to practically nothing, be cause the revenues derived would fully cover all expenses. Nay, more, it would result in placing in the town treasury a surplus after the first year of its introduction. So we say again the bringing of these two questions under one vote should not strip them of their vital importance. Every citizen who desires better light, and at a cost little in excess of coal oil or gasoleine, must remember that in voting for a loan for such purpose, they will exercise a privi lege that will result well for the town. raj a E veby vote for electric light means still greater advancement for this town, and no citizen should refuse to aid in securing a genuine im provement. Let no croakers block the way on Tuesday next. "Wait a little while," is no argument at all. Now is the accept ed" time for securing an electric light plant. There is some grumbling about the way the town has become invol ved in debt, but right here, Newark to-day is a superior town to the New ark of'88. To improve upon this im provement electric lights should be adopted. As it was stated two weeks ago by "Tax-payer," that $540 was expended every year by council to pay for lighting the town. This ap pears to bo quite a sum to tax-pay ers, and it is really too much to pay for such poor I ighting. The expense attached to running an electric plant is small, and sec what greater ad vantages we receive. Every house, and store can use electricity, and we haven't the least doubt that in short time the plant would he self sustaining. In a few days free holders will be called upon to vote "for" or "against" this question. Before casting your vote make yourself fully acquainted with the whole affair. There is al ways two sides to every question, of this kind. The rate of taxation may be a trifle higher, but let us save a little from what we spend on some thing else. Let us all vote for more money and electric lights. a One of the greatest inventions of modern times is electric fighting. Several of our neighboring towns want it here. h«vinÉ^k»eity and The express companies in this State are squirming because there is a hill before the Legislature asking that a certain tax be levied on them. Just why express companies should be exempted from paying a tax, does not seem clear, because if such corporations are not simon-pure mo nopolies, then the Standard Oil Com pany, and other like concerns, are not monopolies, companies are, as public conviences, much appreciated, they should no more be allowed to conduct their While express business in a State without paying a tax proportionate to thp amount of business they do, than railroad As we have stated he companies, fore, express companies should be compelled to pay both State and county tax, even though the rate fix ed be small. No.:!, sliilnh'» Catarrh Humecly, is marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker Mouth, anil Hemi-Ache. With each holt le there ia an ingénions Nasal Injector for the more suiressful treat nmplaints without extre »0 cents. Sold by K. It. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. ment of t lie» eharge. Pri Frazer. Bibed by Hugo B »»ouster than Kh the forai of B remittent, ague Rke the octupua of victim in iU ten closer and closer i}. Attacked with |Nrs, however, it Bftm-n<loiiH grip, suf Brejoices in the I, engendered ^Büinplcte JB? stipHtion, ihoM Hicmies of human P',.and are finally* I this Napoleon màrt, the purest in Rheumatism ^K-str.lined, regain ^Hits aid, and the »nil eat with ^^Btexort t<> P^Hry Buffering. (A HOUSE. I sight- of next week I presented by Henry I nted commedian, who I lay famous. Such a I ely offered, and it is I ae will be packed. ■ m : ■ iS «P i .WSt th6 sort you get year after year. As creamy as ever ; as wiry and springy as ever, and with the border that gives the last touch of likeableness to a dress stuff nowadays. Borders, Cluster Stripe Bor ders—in Blue, black, or red. Striking effects. Ù2 inches, $i a yard. Solid A firm, wiry Cream Serge. 38 inches wide, at 50c. hear of precisely the same stuff about town at 62 b£c. A new line of Sidç-band Suitings is pure wool ; close pin-stripe or melange ground. An extra quality stuff, various border effects, and 50 to 5/ inches wide, !fci to ÿi.âo. We A Cotton-warp Cashmere, 45 inches wide, Spring shades, the thing is that this is pre cisely the stuff some dealers are selling as Henrietta and jetting a Henrietta price for. It has a Henrietta finish and most of the Henrietta graces, but $ 2.25 for a dress ' pattern (6 yards) is all you need to pay just the same. In 16 The fun of We began the season with more than a tkwusaud styles ot Ginghams. A new coming just on the counters — fine Scotch ; among them styles of borders we haven't had be fore. 35 to 6oc. Have you any notion how pretty the Figured India Silks are? A Chestnut street win dow full will help you to guess. 75c to $ 1 . 5 o. Of course Glorioso comes in Black. Too graceful, delicate —and popular not to. inches, $1.25 and $1.50. La dies who wear it say it won't spot. 46 We've been skipping Sat eens. Never prettier. Best French, 35c ; Best American, 25c ; close up in fineness, fig ure, finish, anything. Here are one of each together. Quick, off land—which is the French ? Wrong — Yankee. American starts at $l2j4c. 75c Camel-hair Debeige at 5 oc. Very fine and soft. Light, but not to light. 4 u inches wide. A choice'stuff for outing or street wear. In 9 shades of gray and brown. A yard of it is as big as a half dollar's worth as we know of in Plain Dress Goods to-day. Maybe a hundred more plain 5 o cent stuffs at the same counter. 25 inch Umbrellas $2 28 inch Umbrellas §2.25 Some qf the handles ("silver" and "gold") are worth more. The Shopping Bag we .sell most of is of genuine alligator, leather lined ; two pockets in side and one outside, regular S3.50 Bag, but the price is $2. Wish the iactory coukl turn them out faster, other store in town can get them. It's a No Episcopal Prayer Books and Hymnals, combination sets, 65c to $11. Great variety of bindings. Catholic Prayer Books, with outsides of many styles, 2tc to ÿ 4 . 8 o. Faste r Booklets, never bo ! r .... I Iore i J so many or so pretty, oc to 75c. John Wanamaker. Chestnut, Thirteenth urai Market streets and City-hall square. STATEMENT OF THE SECRETARY AND TREASURER, "Waiter Department of tbe Town of XTenrarlc 1888 . RECEIPTS 1888. Dr. May 10 Note Dis. 400 00 less 4 27 095 73 ! Aug. 15 E. E. Co., nnd Republican. " 29 Balt. Araeric ui Sept 18 Note Dis. Oct 10 Nov 13 ret 1 70 5 94 400.00 4 27 396 78 1000 00 less 5 67 994 33 " 1000 00 less 5 67 994 33 1500 00 less 8 50 149150 40000 less 2 27 397 73 Dec 4 Dis. on Notes Ret Dec 5 From Nat. B'nk Newark " " 60 Bonds $500 each 30,00000 " " Premium on same 1 of 1 per cent. " " interest on 500 Oct 8 Wright & Son permits 9 41 150 00 22 24 52 00 124 00 38 00 Nov 21 Dec 6 9 50 27 26 10 249 60 1889 Jan 4 Loan from Dis. No. 39 and 41 5 per cent. 1000 00 Feb 12 Loan Ret by Town 500 00 Mar 21 Wright & Son fOr*" permits " 26 Rev. G. M. Bond for permit 137 52 1 46 Examined and found correct, M R Bartoii. S M Donnell. Auditors $36740 22 BONDED INDEBTEDNESS Dec. 1, 1888, $30 000 at 5 per cent, payable in 8 years, interest payable June 1 and Dec. 1, of each year. 3 Jan. 4,1889, $1000 Note to School Districts No. 39 and 41 at 5 per cent piiyidde in oee year. GKO. W. WILLIAMS, Treas. $36,740 22 ,000 STATEMENT OF SECRETARY Of the Town ol Newark for the 131 85 1 00 S S J 1888. Apr 1 Bal in Treas " 22 J T Willis, fine, rec May 1 S B Herdman taxes 1887 100 00 60 00 Jne 1 S B Herdman, 160 00 M H Barton, taxes 1880 75 00 lames Jeffries coll Taxes for 1888 1,094 00 ' " 77 00 1 " 230 00 1 " 72 00 ' " 17 00 1,49000 L J From J A Mullin Coll for W C C Hd T F Armstrong curbing Jas Hossinger Treas Newark Acadmy curbing Jly 10 Note dis Sep 18 Note die 400 00 75 76 00 500 0O 5 33 494 67 50000 5 33 494 07 500 00 2 83 497 17 Nov 20 Note dis Dec 18 Loan from Water Depart .500 00 1889. Feb 12 Loan from Harry Cara obeli from Bat Oltouke Rent of entry of lockup for 2 300 00 6 00 $3 00 vr from Jo» T Willis Gilmore Fines Bradway Major James Jeffries coll Amt taxes for 18881,674 00 ltsB errors 11 40 6 per cent, com to coll 5 per cent, al lowed tax 1 00 1 00 300 1 00 5 34 99 76 47 50 15S 66 payers 1,515 34 a 5 per cent, charged on 12 U05 6 00 1,521 34 1,494 34 Cr by cash pd Bal due town from Jas Jeffries coll IM, Ml of 846.35 45 Dr. 1889 Mar 58 Amt Due H Campbell note Miss Julia Mclntirc 300 00 33 00 •833.00 Mar 28 Bal Nett Indebt edness of Town exclusive of water department 884 00 THEODORE Attest : GEORGE W. WILLIAMS, Examined and found correct. S. EXPENDITURES 1888 Cr. ! Wright 4 Son. M'l-e S .1 Wrivlii.sMililrv hills 279 15 H B Wright * SO 43 Wil. Priniin ; Co. I si me 8 Car-li. p.ilt of salary Isaac S Cassiu.'fur water 303 10 51 75 800 00 tint 10 00 15 61 S M Donne!, Geo W Williams J T Willis, steps, etc, " "expense Balt American, adver. Philn. Record " " Ledger " 7 82 48 13 2 25 14 38 23 20 56 30 Balt. Sun " Every Eve' Co " Morn' News Co " J T Willis, foundation for tank H N lteed, freight, .1 B Button, work W H Simpers, " W F Streets " Andren* Rambo " John Kennedy ' K W Lewis Alex Perry 28 36 27 80 241 06 22 05 15 75 1 in 5 63 75 22 '.'J 19 31 for Jos Hyde account, Thos Young " Nathan Sanders " Wm Warren " James Walker " W A Lilly Wm Bradley " James Hayes work Ezekeil Smith, fencing Phoenix Fir Co for use of engine, 45 oo Wallnutt Co, machine 85 00 J Shallcross, recording 4 00 F Neeley, sand 22 95 Thos Davidson, stone 960 Murphy Sons, for bonds 95 611 Johnson & McMichael, bricks Bradford & Vandegrift, atty fees Thos Pilling ex E T Vandegrift estate lor If 51 67 63 95 61 07 I -i 198 63 31 11 1600 175 do lot 1444 0!) PaRRhor & Co for .1 T 265 00 3000 00 2646 00 In full nay't for tank McNeal Pipe Co In full for pipe •Ios Hyde on acct. for Willis 5911 00 9669 34 will 1500 00 engine house 1500 00 pipe laying 3600 00 N Y ou »uct 2933 311 Holly Co pumping machine Geo W Lindsey cash for Notes Loan to town acct Tasker Morris it Co pipes Union Hydraulic Co acct Gutta Percha Rubber Co N Y hose Rumsey it Co fire apparatus Corbin it Goodrich insur on boilers JR Heighten painting " " for Holly Co, Casho Machine Co Bal in Treas Hands 4700(10 5(11100 82 24 on 953 29 675 00 454 88 30 00 5 34 . 45 00 8 75 141 07 SECRETARY AND TREASURER the year ending April 10, 1889 Pd Bowen & Bro Hannah Walker notes int H N Reed freight W McKeowan, rent S B Herdman, asst E R Wilson, stone O Lodge, rent for council Wilm Printing Co S M Donnell J T Willis, nippers, etc " special police conBtabl 7 50 543 50 24 32 4 00 12 00 18 70 27 00 2 50 11 23 4 00 es sl'ry 100 00 L M Whistler Geo G Kerr, sand Wright A Son H B W right & Co McClenand A Bro, Stone Bradford & Vandegrift W H Simpers, work J B Lutton P Pemberton Exchange Co, rent j i.i 9 00 9 32 1 48 512 67 25 00 7 95 11 92 10 10 3 75 t, ,,, . „ rent to lockup 20 00 Pa Globe Gas Lt Co, Phila _lamps, 12 mos at 40 W T Wilson 540 00 ,. . surveyor 20 50 G W Lindsay cash for notes 1,500 (X) Loan rent W. Dep't labor 500 00 Cornog, John Hartis W T Bradley Alex Perry N Sanders J C Donnell Thos McKeowan " Andrew liambo hauling E W Lewis " R M Ennis work 2é per cent, com to Treas 1971 18 Bal in Treas 1 25 I 8S 130 00 150 00 99 89 20 94 69 57 75 44 29 78 2 50 on 49 27 71 50 84635 45 RECAPITULATION. (1889 Mar 28 Bal due from John A Mullin coll S B Herdman bal of taxes 1887 10000 00 00 51 50 Bal due from Jas Jeffries '88 26 00 Bal in Treas 71 50 34 00 lia! 00 F. ARMSTRONG, President. Sec'y and Trees. S. M Donnei., M.JR. Barton, Auditors. $333.00 j I ARE YOU GOING TO BUY ANY WMi PAPER * t THIS STRING. E B. FRAZER Has just laid in a big stock of the latest patterns and there is nothing the matter with the price. * WHY PAY FIFTY cents per pound for H0RSE& CATTLE POWDER When you can get just as good for 15 cents per lb. keep a first-class Drug Store and believe thing usually found in such Stores. We aim to we can furnish any E. B. FRAZER. J.W. PARRISH JEWELER AND OPTICIAN« AND DEALER IN FINK ELGIN HAMPDEN, WALTHAM WATCHES! Fine Jewelry, Rings, Etc. SOLID STERLING SILVERWARE ROGERS BRO' PLTED WARE, Fine Spectacles and Eye Glasses carefully fitted. Reliable Clocks at bottom prices OddF ello wBuilding Main Street, Newark, Del. Telephone 3. h MAKE OF Best in America, and we are selling it at a loAvcr price than you will pay for poorly made garments. OUR OFFER FOR THIS WEEK Choice of any of our $20, 25, 30, 35, Suits or Overcoats for only $15. «-Choice of all our $15, 20, 25 Storm Overcoats for only $ 10 . fit#'Choice of any of our $12, 15, $18, Suit« or Overcoats for only $10. t&*Choice of all our $7, 8, 9, 10, $12 Boys' Suit or Overcoat for only SHe Choice of all our 84,5, 0, Boys Suits or Overcoats lor only $3. 10-Choicc of all our 86, 7, 8, 9, I'antaloons for only $4.95 Hay-Choice of all our 81, 4,50, 5 5.51) Pantaloons for only $3.45 I. HAMBURGER & SONS, CLOTHIERS & MERCHANT TAILORS GENT'S FURNISHERS, 209 MARKET STREET. Wilmington, Del. ■£ ( 209 Market St., Wil., Del. j g < 122 E. Balte. St., Balto, Md. I Æ (621 Penn. Ave., Wash. 1). C. i ' / lM ir Ö I v a f.Vf. r til % Aï*' Devoted to Breeding and Developing the Standard-Bred Horse. Elktojn Stock Farm. STALLIONS IN SERVICE FOR SEASONOF 1889. [ STAR DUROC ■ 351». Record 2 251. 106 iHiro or in in tin* of h. G. Lit nee lot. a yearling Darn the Lokkii.laiid Mark (the dam <4 Itcgulus. vtU) by Seeley's American Star M, wi n lias 4 lit the «.Stillst, while his rouk have added It) and his daughter 41 to the list. Sired by Mkshknuik De 2-ia list. He la also which «old laut year »is, e». $.iO THE SEASON, rr- Limited to so Mares. NEW YORK DICTATOR, •WOO. Trial 2.25. Hired by New Y of llambletonian). 1st. Dam Ida T. by Dictator 113. As a uly fost trollers 524 (one of the liest bred on of Hiunbletonlun no other horse has vanka three that averuge with Juy Kye See. 1'halias, Director. \ 2d Dam Folly (dam of Novelty, 2.38?, by Clark's Tom liai 3d Dam Hally, by Star Highlander (son of Veachea Highlander.) 4th Dam Starlight by Veaches' Highlander (son of Black Highlander.) 51 h Dam Stocking, by Kedmon's Whip (son of Blackburn's Whip). $50 TIIE SEASON. 80 Mures. s®"IJmltod CECIL Hired by Mkshkngkr C Dum Lady Welch. Iiv W.lilam Welch by Hyn dyko'g llambletonian Jalre of forty-oue 2.80 performers) 2*1 Dam by -'d 3d Duin by Old 1 Wnffontr. wagoner. $25 TIIE KEAKON. C «'"Limited to 20 Mares. Mares not proving in foal have die privilege an advance *®"For further information see tho application the R. T. B. CROUCH, Fob. 2*1 f P. M. Sherwood's NEWS DEPOT Has the Phila. and Wilmington daily papers also Periodicals. Any thing not kept in stock will he fur nished on sliort notice. Stationary, Books, ike. UMBRELLAS Large assortment on hand. Ging ham (warranted water proof) from 90e to 1.10. Mohair at prices to Buit. Gloria, the best from 83 to 81 with mounted handles suitable for presents. Men's Furnishing Goods a good line constantly on hand at lowest prices. This is a celebrated shoo for house wear, for either old or young people. Are reduced for the season to 81.25 and $1.35 per pair. Rubber hoots, shoes, artics and sandals, best quality for Men, Women, Misses and Children, for country or town, light and heavy weight. JEWELRY. Watches, spectacles eye glasses reduced to cost in, order to clnso out stock. tfe£"Also Portable hath tubs This bathing apparatus is a great convenience, being made'of rubber, to every family in town or country. As it saves the expense of building bat It room. I have used one for four years with great satisfaction. LAUNDRY AGENCY.— Ladies and gentlemen can have any kind of wear iaundried at lowest prices. P. M. SHERWOOD. GREED T ake HEED from the Ash. He feasts to-day, »nay want to-morrow. In buying Cloth ing don't let vour greed for cheapness shut your eyes to quality. We guarantee our Clothing to give satisfaction or money refund ed. CLOTHING FOR MEN AND CHILDREN. A.C.Yates&Co LEDGER BUILDING SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STS, PHILADELPHIA. MERIT [ I * *(* Sired by Messenger c lsiTi (sire of Maud Messenger. 3.16M ; Able, 8.9fi ; Murvol, 'i.iw&c. 1 Dam Kllza .lane (tho di ger. 'J. 1 • • 1 1. thus making M to « »»is very but and well bred tic liroe/e ill.TC. also of Maud Mesnen full brother (by (Jen Sill Till! REASON. nri.imliisl to so Marc SONNET, MM. Sired by Grand Skntinki,, Wto,8.27 l i. (*dre of sir Knight, 2.23\; Hentry, sur»: Sumpter, 2.26*; AteglHl. 2.2s; and Grace Darling, 2.2V*« (by 'inel, (brother to Volunteer)! by Kvs dyk's llumblcioidun. ''••n D HI.il tram 3.311, by Clack FlyliiK Cloud li?«. 2d Dam Gertrude, by Ucllefounder 63. $35 TIIE SEASON. »«'•Limited lo 20Mares. ARTIST, Hired by Mftry'a Hiirabletenlrn 1582 (sire of Bas que Bonita, 2.2HSC, the fastest 3-year-old ire y, mile to date.) 1st Dam Lottie, by Alcade 10*. 2d Dam Florence, by Sir Wallace, ad Dam by copperbottom. $25 THE SEASON. 20 Mares. coni o rwLlmlteU of breeding buek until foaled, without catalogues, which can lie had on the season's price. Superintendent. Elkton, Maryland M. E. BARTON -Dealer in gjjg aa.g4!fOTiB B f»« «j Snow Flake, I) rk F.F.1\, Champion Cyclone, | j Ni and other bramla or £ ! UJ CHOICE FAMILY FLOCK, < » J Mill Feed of all kiniN. (t| AImo Tens, CofTcp, Spleen, y' ExtrerlN, Noapn, Syrup, "V MoIrnkch, ( annul (loodii, , Salt, Oll, Fluh, Wood and Willow Ware. TOBACCO AND SEGAKS, N) at Wliolexale. it NEWARK, DEL, SEEDS. One Hundred dreth e* dun Heeds for hi country elTor la lie con I llvn yenranvo I In via Lan ü bualui-an or martng gnr ililti ■ ■■1 the llrHt a systematic plan. His sfuI—secured pub •stabil shed for Ills produce a bed by any other seed . this founded lias passed to the ttilrd generation, the present proprietors of llloomsdaie. with who i>een a leading object lo perpetuate the profess ional reputation of the founder. The establish, li tinned 00 f he principles Uhl down by 1er lias been gradually enlarged, In creoHlng with the growing wants and continues to in- ur the most the Union, supplying H Urge shar mandln the United Blutes and exporting to Europe, Aula and Afrlcn, wnt Indie«, soulh und central America, Mexico and oceunlca. Catalogues published In seven different lan guages. our new catalogue for is^y , containing doscrlpiiv,. nst* U f novelties and standard aorts, wllh 7 1 photographie llluatra f 10,18 °f pholee vegetables, with cultural Instruct ions aud recipes for preparation and cooking Sent free to all applicants. Address K li I emin mutation unapj »Idln America. 11,.. f I ho counlry cxurnslve In .1. D. EANDRETH & SONS, Implement Warehouse, öbouth Hlxth Htreet. ami Del. Ave. and Arch .street, i»hlla. s. I Nos. 21 and THE li A ZELT ON PIANO AN1) Farrand 6c Votey ORGAN are rapidly becoming HOUSEHOLD WORDS. See our bargains in slightly used Instruments. We guarantee more value for obtained your money than can ho from any other houRe. Continues to attract a great number of callers. C. W, Kennedy & Co •I 719 Market St., Wil. Del. / i. •*■ • BELT'S SODA MINT TABLETS Put tip in flat screw cap,bot tles, convenient to carry in the pocket. An efficient remedy for Dyspepsia, Nausea, Sick Headache, Colie, Flatulency and Heartburn. Being manu facturers of these we put up twice the quantity that others do, for the same price. 25 Cents a Bottle. Sent by mail on receipt of 1 trice. Z. JAMES BELT, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, SIXTH AND MARKET STS.. Wilmington, Del. DR, WORTH'S COUGH SYRUP The most speedy and certain cure for all diseases of the Throat Jijmg« nnd Chest, such as Coughs, Crotrpr »Sore Throat, Whooping Cough Asth ma, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Spitting of Blood, Fains in the Chest, etc. It does not only dry up a Cough hut loosens the Phlegm and allays the inflammation thereby jiermitting turc to heal the diseased parts. For Sore Throat, Bronchitis and, Hoarseness this remedy is unequalled, also for Coughs after Measles. For long standing and consump tive Coughs this is tho remedy. Price lift 25 Cents. For Suie by all druggists nnd npi-88 country stores. Carriage Works. REPA I RON (4, PAINTING, trimming. UPHOLSTBRINU. mattresses Made and Repaired, all prices Reasonable. FURNITURE REPA1KD and UPHOLSTERED R. M. ENNIS. My-lttf l>e]»ot Komi Newark, Register's Order. Registre s Okpick, New castle Count y, Del., Jan. 15, ism». Up°n tho application or Nelson Warren, E.vuo utor of Amelia Warren late or Mill creek hun dred, In said county, deceased, It Is ordered and ,, , Register that, the Executor nioresald jjlvo notice or granting «K?S5l^ ry . upo ". , . ,ie '' K,ul ° °* the deceased, with the dato of granting thereof, by causing ndvor usuments to be posted within forty days from the date of such Letters In six of the moat public places Of the county of New Castle, requiring mi persons having demands against tho estate to present the same, or abide by an Act of Assem bly in such ease made and provided : and nb>o cause the same to be Inserted In the same per nil , l f. . ie J, )K, ' A 'Y AMK I'HMiBti, a newspaper pub lished in Newark. Del., ana to be continued therein two months. directed by (he ■ •re Tes Given under the hand and Seal ,V n ! C0 01 ("'Slater aforesaid, at \l UmhiKton. In New Castle conn .a«... ty aforesaid, the day and year above written. John K. BnaueoaU, Hen-later, NOTICE. All portion» having cialniN deceased must present the to the Kxe — abide und provided. Address, Newark, Del. the estate of tho ate* I ««'y atto - .on or before Jan. 16 , im*> or Assembly In such caso made NELSON WARREN, Executor At I The S terling Pn Manufacturer« of THE STEBLtG pianos, _ which for 9 0f „ TOn "' D * aul (' »f Design. r, "nr,„ a ^rK t a a v b e i ^:° q r j-'r d ears Ana ioMrtnniton nuarnntaa n, ivory purehiuiT Also Manufacture tlic Woan,.Ra N „ STERLING ORGAN Factories, Derby, Conn.