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NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST
Gathered While Stroking About Town Fri Dr. W M Ogle arrived home day. Captain Eugene Reybold spent Sunday in town. William Smith, of Kirkwood, was in town on Sunday. Mrs Lucy Moore, ot Philadelphia, visited here this week. Mrs Kate'Heal and her sister, Miss Sa die Roberts are visiting at Franktord. Edward Milne of the Robertson House add another story to his hotel. Master Caleb Price, who has been se riously ill with pneumonia, is convales cent. will Mrs Josephine Vreeland, ol Philadel phia, is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs, Ogle. lohn Nickels, engaged in doing con tract work at Newport News, is again in town. Steam tug C G Ash is again at her regular work, having been thoroughly overhauled. ■9 Miss Mamie Mouhan, of Philadelphia, spent Sunda^dn our city, the guest of Miss Sadie Lang. Miss Annie Hickey, who has been vis iting Chesapeake City, Ed, returned home on Monday. Rev Geo A Pauli, formerly ol this place, is now at the Delaware City House, Atlantic City, N J. Captain Thomas Cannon, who has been fishing in North Carolina has returned home tor ten days. Charles Lang, who is employed by Bradley & Co., ot Philadelphia, spent Sunday with his parents. The steamer Elizabeth of the Ericsson line made her first trip since being remod fled, on Wednesday. A barge load of oyster shells to be used on the causeways in this Hundred was unloaded here this week. Ten thousand herring were caught in the canal locks on Monday morning. They were sold to traders. The Von Culin Incubator Co., shipped another large incubotor (400 eggs capac ity) to Jessups, Md., on Monday. A large number of barges and vessels were tied up in the canal here from Fri day until Tuesday owing to the heavy blow. The Anderson Packing Company have ror..r.icied with the farmers in our vicin ity to grow tomatoes for their factory at this place. Mr Benj N Ogle, one of our oldest and most respected citizens has been ly ing dangerously ill at his home for the last ten days. on four The ply of by The float and cabin ustd by R Ander son & Son in the manufacture of caviare were badly wrecked by the storm urday night and Sunday. The Delaware City Social Orchestra made their first appearance on Wednes day and Thursday evenings at Professer Brewster's entertainment in Assembly Hall. Methodist Episcopal church, Rev S N Pilchard, pastor—Service every Sunday at ioj£ o'lock, a m and 7 % o'clock p m Class meeting every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock and every Tuesday and Wed nesday evenings All invited to attend. Text next Sunday morning—"Blessing of Josab." Prof. Brewster gave one of his pleasant entertainments in Assembly Hall on Wed nesday and Thursday evenings, which thoroughly enjoyed by his audiences. The Professor is too well known here to need any commendation, yet we say that he is not only a talented expon ant ot legerdemain and ventriloquism, but a gentleman whom it is a pleasure to meet either publicly or in private, and he keeps all his promises. His original tooth pulling scene in which he operates on of his figures is one of the most laugha ble tuings we have ever witnessed. Sat I the the all 4 to tl< ISt The municipal and school elections held at City Hall on Saturday afternoon The candidates for Mayor James E. Sadler, the present incumbent, Reuben Anderson, and George B. Money. Mr. Sadler was re-elected by a large majority, Isaac H. Ubil and Matthew Bigger were elected town commissioners ; George W Craig,, assessor ; David Steelman, treas urer. The tollowing school ticket elected : J Thomas Price, John T Chairs, Isaac H Ubil and F A Pennington. There is no party feeling in our city and school elections, the object being to select good officers. At the M. E. Sunday School elec tion the following officers were chosen for the ensuing term: Superintendant Geo. Hutchinson; Assistant Samuel R. Hines, Jr.; Secretary, L. P. Wingate; Treasure, William Hutchinson; Li brarian Geo. W Grimes; ist Assistant, Frank L. Davidson; Chorister, Wil liam Anderson; Organist, Miss R. Beck; Assistant Organist Miss Anna Pennington. Foreign Missionary So ciety; President, Wm. J. Robinson; Secretory, S. R. Hines, Jr.; Treasure, Mrs. J, Cairns. Three fleets, consisting of three schoon ers and twenty large skiffs sailed for Bowers' Beach, from here last week, to engage in sturgeou fishing and the man ufacture of caviare. Caviare is a delicacy made from sturgeon roes, and has a large market in our cities as well as in Ger many and Russia. Messrs Anderson, Clark, and Sadler of our city packed sev eral hundred kegs ot caviare last season, and it is said that Delaware City caviare commands the highest price in foreign markets. These fleets will follow the sturgeon up bay, and will anive at Dela City about the first week in May, and will fish from this point the balance of the season, ware I Captain liyrn of the tug Startle was here on Monday. Peter Prompt, of Philadelphia visit ed his father this week. Mrs. Rev. Wm. Starr is visiting friends in New Jersey. Mr. Geo. N. Bright has received a new skiff from Cooper's point, N. J. Delaware City boats caught four sturgeons at Bowers Beach on Thurs day. Mr. Shunder will begin the erection of a brick dwelling on Clinton street, next week. Confimation will be held in Christ Church on the 25 th of the presant month. The C. G. Ash, with a tow of tim ber started for Camden, N. J. Tuesday evening. The grand Jurors drawn for Red Lion Hundred for the ensuing year are Mr. James Garmon and Mr. Thos. Bird. An election of officers of the Dela ware City Loan Association will be held at Eagle's Hall on Friday even ing, April 12 th. Miss Carrie Cassidy who spent the winter with Mrs V B Asher returned home to Annapolis on Thursday ac c impained by Mrs Asher. John Mahoney, of Kirkwood will be gin tearing down the building recent ly purchased by him at the comer of Washington avenue and Second street, this week. The Steamer Major Reybold has changed her time for leaving Philad elphia from two P. M. to three P. M. arriving here one hour later, and giv ing travlers more time in Philadelphia. Rev. Martin B. Dunlap, Rector of Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, and Miss Miranda Davidson of our city will be married by Rt. Rev. Bishop Coleman, in Chirst Church Delaware City, on Wednesday afternoon, April 24th. Rev. Mr. Pilchard, the new pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church preached two able and very interesting sermons to large congregations on Sunday. Mr. Philchard seems thoroughly in earnest, and made a decidedly favorable impres sion upon the general public. upon The steam tug "Mary Lewis," ot Phila destroyed by fire at this port three and delphia on Sunday morning, betw four o'clock. She was lying at the Canal Co's., wharf at the entrance ot the locks, which also caught fire, and but for the timely aid of the Delaware City fire com pany would have been totally destroyed. The alarm was given as soon as the fire discovered, and the company res ponded in a few minutes. They worked taithtully for two hours, getting their sup ply ot water from the canal. The crew of the tug was asleep when the fire was <4jsevered, and narrowly_es caped with their lives. The burned boat by large crowds on Sunday. Too much credit cannot be given to the hre depart ment for their efficient service v: iited this oc casion, as a high wind blowing and I ut for their timely assistance it would have probably resulted in a most disas fire among the buildings on Clinton street, which runs to the wharf. Mayor Sadler was the arrangements. Chief engineer Wm. T. Fenton gives the following graphic account: "We come in about 1 o'clock and having made all snug we at once sought the much needed sleep of exposed sailors. About 4 o'clock I was aroused from heavy slum ber by a feeling of suffocation and the terrible sense of fire, my cabin being in a light blaze, flames rushing from the en gine room as though forced by a blast furnace. Without my clothes I sprang to the door and bursted it open, and found the entire vessel enveloped in flames from stem to stern. It seemed to me that the tl< hand and superintended crew in the lower cabins must certainly perish, but fortunately they were aroused and escaped through the alter deck-hole and on the dock entirely des titute 01 clothing, I sprang aboard the boat and running to the cabin window above my bunk grabbed my pants taining my watch and pocket book, but could get no more as the flames com pelled me to retreat. The men lost all they had and captain Joe Corliss, all his personal effects. The Delaware City fire company did all in their power to aid us in checking the fire, and bravely fought the flames. It was, undoubtedly, owing to their exertions that the dock and prob ably the town was saved, but nothing could save the tug. It was providence alone that saved our lives. As spokes for the officers and. crew of the burned tug I desire to sincerely thanitffbe citizens of Delaware City not only for their aid at the fire, but for their kind hospital ity and generosity in providing us with shelter and clothes, and trust it may lay in our power one day to reciprocate their christial humanity, Correspondence to the News. Port Penn. Charles Cleaver, of New York is visit ing his brother Isaac Cleaver. The steamer Gieenwich Capt. Dunney took 400 shad from her April 2d. Kensey Stwart 01 class '89 Princeton theological college is visiting his father Dr. Stewart. Mr Tudham narrowly escaped serious injury the other day whi'.e leadingahorse behind his carriage. One of the horses legs were caught in the wheel, seriously injuring the horse and throwing Mr Tu dam out. welcome United States Inspector H K Eason amoung us again. Col. Eason is one ot the best Inspectors ot River and Harbor Works in the ser vice, and a gentleman of the old school courteous and congenial, he is gladly welcomed wherever he goes, he is stop ping at the Port Penn Hotel. Cordially do B. Web!» of New Holland Pa., is visiting his father Osa Webb. Oliver Higgins and bride are visit ing the grooms farther Thos. Higgins. The wile of U S Inspector Swazey, for merly of this place, is dangerously ill her home in Ohio. The steamer F W Brune, of the N Y & B Transportation Co., put in here for harbor Monday last. Byard Fisher and Ben Collins nar rowly escaped with their lives on Mon day, their boat swamping. at unanimously re elected clerk ot school district 63 on Sat urday, Messrs Conard and Eage re-elect ed trustees. It is reported that Rufus Stewart will shortley launch his "Barque of Life" on the tranquil sea of matri mony. Should report be true we cor dialy congratulate our bachalor freind. —Ed. F P Van Hekle Wm. D Deihl, clerk of school district 86 was stricken with paralysis in Middle town on the 4th inst., and died lowing day. The deceased was 65 years ot age and leaves a wife and four chil dren—three sone and one daughter. We extend to the bereaved family our heart felt sympathy. E H Gaynor, contractor Island Jetty has commenced operations tor the season. Mr Gaynor will build 2,000 feet to tne jetty using more brush and less stone than was used last year. He is stopping at the Port Penn Hotel and we heartily welcome such a courte ous gentleman among us. Ill-' tol Reedy Liberal terms will be offered local ad vertisers by applying at the office of the News. There will be a space in each issue of the News devoted to correspondence in which any questions or queries will be answered, pertainiag to events of general or individual interest. We will not publish any communica tions of personal abuse, malice or vulgar ity that may be sent us And in requiring the full name and address of correspon dence we only desire a token of good taith The writer ot a communication may sign any ficticious names they choose We respectfully invite your attention to the new advertisement of Payne G. Green in this issue, who has moved in one of the largest and prettiest stores in Arch street and who's number is 824, where he carries a large line of the finest carpets, oil cloths, rugs and mats. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, ssres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain?, corns and all skin eruptions and posi tively cures piles, or no pay reqnired. It ts guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W A Jester. A rare opportunity is offered to enter prising townsmen to represent a nursery firm that warrants stock to be delivered in prime condition so that a large, honor able and permanent trade can be built up. Very liberal terms to the right Ad., W E Whitney, Rochester, N. Y. * Wonderful Cures. W 1) Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and re tail druggists of Rome, Ga., says : We have been selling Dr. King's New Dis covery, Electric Bitters and Bucklcn's Arnica Salve for four years. Have nev er handled remedies that sell give such universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines in this city. Several cases ot pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured by use of a few bot tles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taking n connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold by W. .A Jester. well, or BRACE UP. You are feeling depresse, your appetite is poor, you are bothered with Headache you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulents, spring medi cines, or bitlers, which have for their bas is very cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate you for an honr, and then leaves you in a worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action o Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottel at W. A. Jester's Drug Store. Important Improvements. Among the enterprising business men of Philadelphia with whom it is at any time a pleasure to deal is that wholeheart ed and deservedly popular gentleman, Mr. John Griffith. We took occasion to drop in at his place ot business, No. 106 North Second street, during his opening ot new and handsome furniture on Tues day last, and the display was truly capti vating. The entire stock was new and variety apparently endless, all of the la test styles and patterns ; there is absolute ly no old stock. His display of chamber and parlor suits, lounges, marble top ta bles, mattresses, bedding, upholstery, etc., is marvelous. Twice during the past lew years Mr. Griffith has been induced by his rapidly growing business to enlarge his facilites. Mr. Griffith has further improved and made the building almost entirely new, with front, etc. Strangers are wel come and made to feel at home, Griffith takes pleasure in showing his stock whether visitors buy marked his prices full 10 to 30 per cent, lower than the the same quality of goods be bought elsewhere. His expenses are less and he thereiore puts his goods out at less cost than others. He is also not. He has sole agent for "The Standard" Folding Bed. Call "IT'S WONDERFUL, Where you folks have ever picked up such a trade in Clothing." We hear this every day almost, but don't think for one moment that we just "picked"' it up. It has taken strict attention to business, a constant care to give you nothing unreliable and a determi nation to make "Mullin's, 6th and Market," mean Good Clothing and Low Prices," to put us where we are. We'll stand by you every time in the sale of clothing, and either in ready-made Men's, Boys' and Children's Garments or Clothing to measure from such an assortment of piece goods as will con vince you that we have the styles. You'll find us right in price, style, make up and fit. Jas. T. Mullen & Son, 6th & Market, Wilmington. u ly Tailors Clothiers, THE DELAWAEE OITT IOE CO., J. H. ROBERTS & SON. Suppjy Unlimited And Orders Promptly Attended to, IS CONSUMPTION INCURABLE? Read the following ; Mr. C. H. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Asbcess of Lungs, and triends and physi cians pronounced sumptiue. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and am able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middlewart Decatur. Ohio, says : "Had it not been ior Dr. Kings New Diss covery for Consumption I would have died of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottle bottle free at W. A. Jesters Drug Store, an Incurable Con Some toolish people Allow a cough to until it gets beyond the reach of med icine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away." but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be induced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Bal sam, which is sold tee to cure, they would immediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial size free. At all druggist. * a positive guaran at The population of Delaware City is about two thousand and we would say at least one halt are troubled with some af fection complaints are, according to statistics, more numerous than others. We would advise all opportunity to call on their druggist and get a bottle ot Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. Trial size free Large Bottle 50c and $1. Sold by all druggists. the throat and lungs, as those readers not to neglect the Drunkard» May not be aware that intemperance in drink is just as readiiy cured as any other disease that medicine can reach. We say cured and we mean just what we say, and if you happen to be a victim of this habit, and wish to rid yourself of all desire for liquor, you can do so if you will take "Pfeil's Antidote for Alchoholism." Or dinarily, one bottle is sufficient to effect a cure, in from three to five days, and at the comparatively low cost ol one dollar per bottle. No one thus affected should hes itate to try it. We guarantee the result. For sale by all druggists. On receipt ot 55.00, we will forward one-half dozen to any part of the United States or Canada. Charges prepaid. Send for circular. PFEIL & CO., 155 N. Second street, feb-i-ly to la ta by Philadelphia, Pa. DON'T EXPERIMENT. You cannot afford to waste time in ex periment when your lungs are in danger. Consumption always seems, at first only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to im posa upon you with some cheap imitation ot Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumytion, Coughs, and Colds, but be sure you get the genuine. Because he can make more profit he may tell you he has something just as good, or just the same Don't be decieved, but incist on getting Dr. King's New discovery which is guar anteed to give relief in all Thraot Lung and Chest affections. Trial bottle free at W A Jester's Drug Store, also has CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHP. Everything in the Carpet Line From Axminister and Wilton down to Rag Carpet. A mag nificent Line ot Ingrain carpets in Brussels Designs, art squares rugs mats, etc. &LOOK ! !«J -ffMOMHStDEPEWf* 35 N ORTH Second St. Between Arch and Market Sts. (Nearly Opposite Christ Church,) PHILADELPHIA: PA. CREED f ; T AKE HEED from the Ass. He feasts to-day, may want to-mor In buying your Clothing don't let your greed for cheapness shut your eyes to quality. We guarautee our Clothing to give satisfaction or money refunded. row. u l At* * Clothing for Men and Children. A. C. YATES & CO. 6ÂW Sixth and Chestnut Streets, PHILADELPHIA. Ledger Building. FISHERMEN You will do well if you ex-| amine our stock of shoes and! high gum boots. Our prices! are the lowest. Send for pri-l ces which we guarantee asl low as the lowest, we sell on ly first quality goods. 1 • NO. 231 MARKET ST-, WILMINGTON. Geo. fl. fileland FINE SHOES. In our Ladies Depart ment we carry and are Sole Agents ior "Laird Scho ber & Mithell'-s" celebra ted Fine Shoes. We also carry several other cheap er brands which cannot fail to please you at the prices. In our Gentlemen's De partment we can show the finest stock of shoes to be found in the State with prices ranging of from $2 to $7. 424 Market Street, "W ilmington. The Standard-Bred Trotting Stallion, Cypress, 2:30. Registered No. 7089, Wallace's Ameri can Trotting Stud-Book. Will travel the present season of 1889 in Cecil county, Md.,and portions of New Castle county, Del., commencing March 10th, and ending June 20th. Headquar ters in Maryland near Warwick, at the residence of J R II Price. In Delaware at the residence of H D Roberts near Delaware City. in a ot to Description. Cypress is a beautifhl bay, fall black points, with full mane and tail, 17 hands high, weighs 1200 pounds, and is 7 years old just. His colts, like himself, are large and handsome. He has tiavelled but one season heretofore, this being his second public season. Pedigree. Cypress, record 2:30, sired by Cyclops 2036, record 2:27 ; dam, Fanny Fern, 2.32 and a half. Full pedigree furnished on application. Terms. Twenty-five Dollars for the season, pay able at time of service by cash, or note payable July 15tli, 1889, as may be agreed Further information can be had upon. by appljing to H D Roberts, near this Wm. X. Course? a4-4t Centerville, Queen Anne's eo town. .', Md If You ex im can has free Will call at 200 King street vill find the best selected stock of Millinery in both Do mestic and Imported Stock a Lowest Prices. Vc R. L. KIRBY. —Old chickens 12C. -Butter per lb 30c. TLANTIC CITY, N. J. THE DELAWARE CITY HOUSE. Ä Tennessee Ave., near Beach. This popular house is now open for the Spring and Summer guests. New House with all modern improvements with ocean view. MRS. S. E. BRABWAY. MANKO, K DEALER IN ggju.Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Spring Styles now on my shelves. Ready made Clothing in all the latest styles at the lowest prices possible. CLINTON St., Delaware City. RS. KATE COIAVELL DEALER IN M B*?k.Confectionery, Notions, lee Cream, ,'s know etc. All the young CLINTON St, Delaware City. M. HARLOW, DEALER IN W B&.'Watches, Clocks, Spectacles and Jewelry of every description. Repairing done on short notice. CLINTON St., Delaws City. CARL AKER, BREAD PIE AND J B®»Cake Baker. Confectionery, etc. Parties and weddings supplied on short notice. Fruit, Pound, Lady and Orna mental cakes a specialty, CLINTON St., Delaware City. MAJOR REYBOLD Will leave Salem, N J at 7 a in, Dela ware City at 7:45 a m, New Castle at 8:15 Pennsgrove at 9 a m daily, (Sunday ex cepted ) Returning leaves Arch street whart. Philadelphia, at 2:e~ " Your subscription is due for this paper. —The Delaware City New $1.00 per year in advance. s Send in your advertisement. Select your space. The S terling Co. it Manufacturera of mm rV THE STEELING PIANOS, Quality of Tone, Beauty of Design, FINISH and adaptability for stand Ing In Tune have no equal. Every Piano Warranted for Five Years satisfaction guaranteed to every purchaser. Wori.d-Renownbd Also Manufacture STERLING ORGAN Factories, Derby, Conn. f JOHN LANG, CARPET WEAVER, 119 CALLOWHILL STREET, Philadelphia. to order from 25 cents per yard to 40 cents per yard Customers sending their rags by boat will receive prompt attention, if they will notify BgL RAG Carpets wov by postal. JOHN LANG, 119 Callowhil St., Philadelphia. W. C. HICKEY, Dealer in Oysters, Ice Cream, Confectionery, To bacco and the Best Cigars in town. Lehigh and other coal. The old place ware St., foot of Clinton, the Clinton St., below Front. Fresh oys ters alwdys on hand. Dela place aug-30-ly $1.00 13 WEEKS. The Police Gazette will be n ailed se curely wrapped, to any address in the United States for chree months on receipt ONE DOLLAR Liberal discount allowed to postmasters agents and clubs. Sample copies mailed tree. Address all orders to Richark K| Fox, Franklin Square, N. Y. (A WORKINGMEN'S CIGAR STORE ! Wholesale ana Retail, Cor. Eleventh and Master Streets. Philadelphia, Pa, Wholesale Dealer in avana & Domestic Cigars 1 A clear Havana Cigar for 5 cents. Cut prices in cigars and tobacco. W. ISRAEL, ARCH STREET HOUSE "American and Europeon Plan." No. i Arch street, Opp. Steamboat Landing. Rooms from 50 cents to $2 per day, Board from 57 to $10 per week. First-Class Restaurant Connected. Meals r.t Reasonable Rates, and the Bar Stocked with the Choicest Liquors, Cigars, &c. S.A. Morton, Prop'r LADIESVFRS Bo Your Own Dyeing, at Home. They will dye everything. They ere sold every here. Price lOo. » package. They have noequal for Strength, Brightness, Amount in Packages or for Fustness of Color, or non-foding Qualities. They do not crook or smut; 40 oolors. Tor solo bv \V A Jester Clinton St., Delaware City. HONEY FOR SALE, White Clover honey in one pound sec ions, 20 cts, per pound. White clover ex tracted honey 15 cts, per pound Large quantities at less price. S M. HICKEN, Del., City. 6 ly e P I- A. LEE & Co. "W HOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Jöy* In Fresh Fish, Game and Poultry. 27 and 28 Dock St., Fish Market, PHILADELPHIA. feb 6m ts 8 READ the Delaware City News. Send us your Job Printing. $1.00 FOR 13 WEEKS. The New York Illustratad News will be mailed, securely wrapped to any address in the United Stales or Canada, for three months on the receipt ot One Dollar. Liberal discounts allowed to agents, postmasters, and clubs. Sample copies mailed free. The New York Illustrated News, 252 Broadway, N. Y. City. John L. Sullivan, the Terror of Fakes and Hippodromes, is the Sporting Editor. all Adress: JAMES HARDING. Merchant Tailor, 816 French St., Wilmington, French, English and Cassimere Suitings Always »3L. Pantaloons a specialty.-^# A full line of spring and summer suitings JTJST ARRIVED which will be made up at a low hgure. Persons who buy in Wilmington will find it to their advantage to examine my goods and prices before purchasing. Light ex penses enables me to offer liberal mdnee ments to the public. All my cloth is se lected with great care and a perfect fit GUARANTEED. Correspondence promptly answered. JAMES HARDING, Wilmington, Del. Sep 20-ly AGENTS |p WANTED MISSOURI STEAM Washer $ ' mm rtba :s(y:Ä, r, Äu it» 'fgëù V ' wo Wth. p ho* i&ïa'ifc w vortfeaET. 'ML —KSTAKI.I8HRD ISST i f W. A.DAVIDSON 1 DEALER IN FRESH AND SALT MEATS» Clinton St., Delaware City, Del. BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, MUT. TON. PORK, SAUSAGE (in season) CHOICE BOASTS STEAKS, ETC. "The Old Reliable" Oldest stand in the city, the old original stand. A I. SWAN, B A. R B K R , Clinton and Habbou Rt„ VELAR ARE CUV. DEL Hair Cutting, Dressing, Shampooing, Shaving, Whiskers Dyed, and Ladies' and Childrens' Bangs trimmed in the latest style. Songs from The Lowlands BY ISAAC H. UBHj (Of Delaware City). The work is printed from clear type, handsomely bound in cloth, with gilt back and sides. PRICE, S 1 SO PER COPT. FOR SALE BY ALICE .1, UBH* Gen'l Agent AND DEALER IN B«oIhi, Stationary, lerlodlrata. Newspapers, Not*018, K'c. 1^* "Songs From The Lowlands,"will be mailed to any address, postage paid, on receipt of price. Address ALICE J. UBIL, Delaware City, Del. Fine Millinery and IS' OTIONS. Fine as?ortment of Crcpe*Lisse Ruch ing, and other kinds. Also Veiling, Carsets, Cufts, Collars, Gloves, Bustle? Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Zephyrs, Stamped Linen Goods, Embroidering Cotton, Silk, etc., etc. Call and see varied assortment of and fashionable goods. MISS ANNIE HUNTER, CLINTON ST., DELAWARE CITY. 0 «dt»o«j uo IIVOI la ia»8 •tn«|lou>»in itnpürt nopoojujdïwJjJad v ,, 004$ 'JOi*|n*u| ip;eM «IV rY pa;u»M gioafly • *vd 'vaviiHd •A* 1M1VA voe fra •■IPII"B a.a3 ■! M !0 <WI 3 WM 3 iK>Mei|l vu» WM *>'fr 7? »A1W 00*16 aud asaqj flV " %qnp U| jo qsco u 8 ««P!» #J* •Huiiunji JO 33BJ uado '*>P qaqjsipau'asuht iisuoo 4ppad>» fl . 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We have no sub-agencies, all business direct, hence patant business in less time and at Less Cost than those remote from Washington. Send model, drawing, or photo, with description. We advise if patentable or not, free of charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A book, "How to Ob tain Patents," with references to actual clients in your Stute, cÔnnty, or town, sent free. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite Patent Office, Wash., D. C. mducted for Mod ■ ansaci ARG CARPETS. se fit Parties desirous of having a Rag Car 1, will find it to tiicir interest to call at THOMS OLD ESTABLISHED STAND, 847 ORANGE STREET , WILMINGTON, DEL. Always on hand a full assortment of Rag Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mats, Etc. Or ders by express or mail promptly attend ed to. Delaware City News. CHEAP, CHEERFUL, NEWSY. '