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ESPECIALLY FOR THE LADIES.
HI4 Market Latest designs of fashions ; street. Domestic Sewing Machine office. ■TOC. Market House at street is a fixed institution of Wilming! it has e The Installmeht nke a plain fruit I Fruit ruiUlum. pudding, take one cup of sugar, one half-cup butter and two eggs, and heat together, then add a cup of sour milk and of soda, throe cups of Hour and chopped raisins ; spice to taste. Put in a mould and steam two hours. teaspoon fill j ÜHANOK Salad.—S lice a half dozen sour oranges : remove the Reeds without break ing the sliees : arrange them neatly salad dish or in a salat! howl : dust them j lightly with cayenne pepper : pour them three table spoonfuls of salad oil and serve the salad with game or poultry. litNUKR Cook IKS.—The taste of ginger eookies can be improved by using half a enp of cold coffee instead of water. There is almost always at least breakfast : or, if not, put a little the pot and let it boil for a minute or and strength enough will he give the cookies. much left after rater in to llavor .. j people ill the idled to drink well The Mi PiaiKYiNo Water. untry who are water boil what i question is frequently asked : How long should it he boiled The best chemists say that a half hour's boiling is considered suffi cient! to destroy diseased germs, if any id in the family. in the water. s tea biscuit are one quait of milk j Ten lieio made in this way : Boil for two or three minutes : l«*t it cool, then add half a cake of yeast (dissolve the veast in a little warm water first, and stri * that the meal will not give a bitter taste to the dough), melt a piece of butter the size of a large walnut : stir this in with flour enough to make a stiff sponge. Let it rise for three hours, then roll and cut out the biscuit — make, them thinner than for ordinary his cuits ; spread them evenly with Imiter, double together, draw them out t«» ni; good shape, let the minute* to half an It* it ? ilk«* 1 •ise for from lifte«* . then hake in a quick Outtiny I'uh .— It is sometimes desirable to know bow t«> cut a cake in a great many pieces and have them all in good shape, large round cake may be cut In this way Mark a circle in the centre by placing a tea cup, press it slightly down, then remove it and eut du* circle thus marked, make another and larger circle lay a saucer > »»"äUHUMtUL *4liiiK 'lisipInilV. Tim raike 1b llow iliviiloil in three parts: cut each of these in as many , pieces of uniform size as possible. Now, of 1 3'XÄÄX« ' prevent this put a napkin or strip of el«»th ÏÂSuÂZg tt ÏM. « together. \ ■■ 111« to SMOKE! SMOKE! Debilitated advertisements and elongated insertions are becoming absolutely repulsivi: to public senti Honilide facts are more in with the delicate de menL copsupance sirefj of education and refinement. The above can be found at CHAPMAN'S «HEAT TOBACCO MART, Fourth and Shipley Streets. ; V Kit HIM SAT SAPIENT!. apiS-Jm I ; ' GEORGE \\. gray, -THK Wholesale and Retail (3-eoceh, Buys his SPICES direct from the importers so as to b«» able io guarantee their absolute purity. Have you tried them SECOND & KING STREETS • aprH-'Jui THE ROYAL LINIMENT. WmurM- %„ V\, YFä YO\ T; V tI Mijl it Ilk Hi! »V -A^'ï, . MWL: ? V me 7 i ■AS/. I ÄTOSj S3 VKJN I — VI1 »1--VICI. NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. THE ROYAL j mmmm KKEKBBBNXN xx yrrn N N N T N X N T X X N T N N N T K X N N T 1 MM .M.MM KKKKKKK XX XXX TIT LLL INI XXX XX Nil M.MMM 11 N N N II MM Il X X N II Il N X N 11 11 XX N H Il N N X II M L L H X X X 1,188.8.131.52. illl N N NNN 111! M.MM M M K M M K M M K M M E M M M E M M M M K I M M M '! M M I EE i. J. 1 Will not only roli.-vi- but will Cun: Neuralgin anil Rheumatism. It will ; also remove those erratic anil troublesome pains in tin: Chest, which Physicians denominate Intercostal Neuralgia. For Sprains, Strains and j bruises, and in all cases where external applications arc indicated, the j Royal Uniment will be found very salutary. > - l7T - 1 il,J 1 , , , « • 1 las been lielore UH* public tor illyears and has pnned t nil-i ' n, ' ntl > satisfactory. For pains in the back you will be sur priseu at the reliet that tile frequent list* ot l\o)al 1 «m give you. / M MÏU J WMW ijriiM (I Some Parents will not allow thomselvos to be without a bot tle of ROYAL LINIMENT lest an emergency Verbum Sat Sapient!." should arise. The Royal Liniment Is C.uaranteeil to do all that is claimed for it. i >i n ix r ri< >.%>* con iss:: To he well t-haken. For Neuralgia. Kheumatikh, Stra n , Sprains, and Bruises sat unit«* n piece of flannel with the Royal Liniment and apply to the affected part* ; re ; apply as often as tjie severity of the ease may suggest. _ For Diphtheria, and Se.ulatiink Anginosa, saturate a flannel cloth with the Royal Lnn nt. and keep constantly applied to the throat until the throat syinpt •omit the little one with a teaspoonful of powdered alum, mixed then saturate a pie«*e of flannel with the Royal Liniment you will see the little sufferer relieved. s subside. I In ease of ('roup, firs ; with either honey ' and k«*ep applied to the throat, and molaxs MASl'l-ACTl RED AND FOR SALK BY THE ROYAL MEDICINE COMPANY . ! N. W. Cor. Ninth and Orange Streets, W1LMINGTON, DELA WAR K. The ROYAL LINIMENT is pioteeted by a Trade Mark duly registered in the Depait . D. C'.. ana any infringement thereof will be^rigorously • j „^„fthe Interi • at Wasbingt : proseeule«!. RHEUMATISM. l;i cuiuati*iH ! ilmtdful Imu .' I iriii'iii» take t (ft*. s .'liakc tin e. I hiindi Iluetms break tl Plasters make liait tlix ;n li •h-ee Neither longer stay lo griev y thy ghost II' tlioll dost. tin 111 tarn 's ruinat e rot 1 1 anile* h Witehes ti Imps tlif.pl te thee, thee. the tin Nothing i i * mi I foisuko if thee Till they tut Ihi reiten* .lotest thee— «lu nut ! •ly tlmii fnHit 11 'thou lit : «It-ïicl tu sh; ■•Unit. < ih ipiit this murtiil train«* !" Hie thee lienee to where tlmii came, Vengeful tieml of hateful naine ! If thou wilt not go. I'll .Irin* In the I ».*\ il - name 1 11 hire Turn the k«*> ami bolt the House lln* tire mill make Tell ol.l Helzebub Willi I lie brilllstolK! poker poke I iei'iu.s da nut thee < ioblihs liaiint tiauut thee Si.hits smite the Mail «logs hil Pleas es slight thee. I lo. tors tight the«*.' ils smile thee. \ g lies sliuke Ho t Honors iiimkc t If I' ■ 1 thy at ii |STOVES, STOVES ! ■J ■Mf .V.! m | y HOOFING ! ROOFING ! shall display SOME Y KEY HANDSOME ireFtmemroas: .< >CK, s. m'l. SIXTH Bit.x.a: MTS., Wilmington, Del. 1-S -M\M i I11I1M1IM S. W. Cor. Tenth & Market Sts., ij 4Ä (A HIN ET MAKERS, UNDERTAKERS, A full line of Furniture of every description now on hand. Call and examine. ORDER WORK A SPECIALTY. \ OTin ~l, William F. Wils« ,X «-is of tin* house known situated at the Southwest Shipley streets, county of Newcastle ami Suite of Delaware, in compliance with the reipiireuients of f the lieiieral Assembly and provithnl, «I«* lu*rehy give plv In writing to the Court « the Police mul Jail delivery < \ ill and for New Castle rminty, tin* 8th «1 1 > of May, A. D. 1882, heilig tin* of said Court, for a license for sahl house as an Ini or Tavern for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors in less quantities than one quart, to In* drunk on the premises, and tin* following resnuctuble citizens of the said ward recommend tin* said application : Samuel Hugh, William s. Elliott, James N. < 'leland, Thomas Fadiguu, Shew aril ilopton, H. I '. \'an«lever. .lohn J. <'mig, Horace J. liuttew. John W. « 1st 1er, Washington Mason, Ucyrgo Allmou, Janies Dennett. . »n, one of the own I the fjifayette Hotel •orner of Ninth an« : •h «-ase made •e that I shall ap I'.tSeiieiul Sessions of the Sts the l loin Mi »XI) A Y J nines Murphy, Thomas M. Culhert, Enoch Moore, Jr„ Alt'. Jacquot. Joint Fullmer, H. c. Siiitehcr, M. D (.'has. J. Kyle, Washington Smith, John indger. Milton J. Kustwooil, James E. Cowuu, Ail. AiiiBCow, aprläJt WIEIJAM F. WUÄON