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LETTER8 AN- 1 TELEGRAM» TO
THIS GAZETTE,
Wilmington, Deu
ê\
WILMINGTON, THURSDAY, MARCH IS.
A Blow at Trial by Jury.
The acquittal of N. L. Dukes, at Union
town,Pa. ,yesterday,|who has been ou trial for
the past few days Ibr the murder of A. C.
Nutt, In Deceraer Hast, Is one of the most
outrageous verdict^ that ever stained the
criminal jurisprudence of this country. No
wonder
find now and then some ad
vanced thinker oplpoei'g trial bv jury as
pernicious in its practice, however correct it
may be in principle. If such a plain case
of dastardly assaasiiiation as this appears to
have been cannot receive the obvious justice
which it deserves atl the hands of a jury what
can be expected in the treatment of those
cases where there is room for honest doubt?
Every feature of this'case, as it has c
us, seems one of utter blackness in its Jack
to
of any justification Ion the part ol Dukes for
liia vile deed. Iu tllie first place he appeared
to have coolly aud deliberately set about to
stab the character jf Nutt by striking him
through the virtue of his daughter, aud the
latter's guilt, If »he be guilty of the charges
against her, does hot relieve one whit the
blackness of Dukes' crime. The letters
that Dukes wrote to Nutt
ing his daughter
provocation, most men would »ay, for Nutt
to have killed hin|i at sight, au«l had the
positions of the actors iu the tragedy been
reversed—had Nutt been on trial for the
killing of Dukes, ii|i all probability the ver
dict of not guilty Would have been received
with approval. But when we reflect that it
was Dukes who did the killing, aud that he
had beforehand outraged every feeling that
a father cau have, had brought ruin to his
home, aud gloated in the destruction he
wrought ; when we remember that this is
the man who is declared by a jury's verdict
to be not guilty, aud is thus permitted
to go scott free, then
it is time for all
concern
sutllcieut
were
we gay
thinking men
to coubider whether or not the system that
can produce such a horrid miscarriage of
justice is one that a free and civilized people
can safely employ as it« principal instru
ment in the administration of justice. If
the verdict was procured through political
influence
of
of
he
the
is
the
the
it
of
is
of
of
ior political considerations, as
is charged, It should forever brand as the
vilest enemies of their country the men who
are responsible for it. N
party can afford
a base tampering
of justice, and
does sanction
to sanction such
the claims
with
any party that
it should be rebuked into utter annihilation.
We have had a taste of tills 6ort oi proce
dure right here iq Wilmington, and we are
peculiarly fitted, therefore, to fully appre
ciate the danger to be apprehended from
such a flagrant disregard on the part of
juries of this sworn duty on the score of
political bias. The politic? said to have
operated iu the Dukes ease was diametri
cally opposite to that which influenced the
Neal case,aud thiLtis why we are so emphatic
in our denunciation of it. Nowhere iu this
broad land can the Democratic party
fail to condemn such a course by any of its
members, acting as such, and retain the
sped of the people
decent new.-papej\
where to condemn pr«
such perfidy to the principles of our Govern
ment. and we del not believe that the Demo
crats of Fayette county will
1er the twelve
graced themselves and attempted to
«•ast oiliuru upon their country and their
party to go unpunished so far as the con
tempt and derision of man can punish
a crime which is none the less detestable be
cause it happens to be beyond the pale ol
legal cognizauee.
re
the support of auy
It never has failed auy
ptly and decisively
suf
who have d s
1 he ihll requiring oleomargarine
other bogus butler to be fully aud clearly
marked us such when ottered for sale, which
passed the House »»f Representative», yester
day shouhl meet with the favorable consider
ation of the Senate,
clearly demauqed by the public interests.
The vile compounds are now offered for
. ale side by side with genuine butter, and
so skillfully arc they manufactured that
the deception cannot be exposed until the
article is put to use. If people want these
b«)gus butters they should have the oppor
tunity of buying them at their
but It is an injustice to leave it within the
power of dishonest dealers to impose upon
the buying public by palming off worthless
"butter" ut the price of thegeuuiue article.
s it is a measure
it.
•al value,
The indepetideut voter took a decided
band in the locjal elections in Camden aud
Gloucester, New Je
made his iutluejnce felt i
In the 1«
ey, «An Tuesday and
a marked manner.
T city u Democratic May
pulled through by a large majority, while
the Republicans elected the Recorder, As
sessor and Tax Collector. I11 Gloucester
reversed, tiie Republicans
electing the Mjiyor and the Democrat« the
the result wi
otlier officers,
political bias being divorced from the ques
tion of municipal government, aud good
nominations aye fust becoming the neces
sary adjuncts to success.
More aud-more each year is
The Health Department of the city
and the Department of Vital Statistics were
established a* considerable cost, aud good
results have t^us far attended their
tious. It is a matter of regret that physi
cians are disposed to hinder instead of
facilitating fits operations, and all good
citizens will l)o disposed to sympathize with
the Board in its determination to enforce its
not at all arbitrary requirements.
The Legihlaei kf. ought to get through
with the business now on hand in four
weeks, and be ready to adjourn finally by
the middle or April. No new business will
:elved sifter the 23d Instant.
The hope of many housekeepers is that
the delightful weather that prevailed yes
terday may come again on "moving day."
opera
be
X
The Representation Amendment.
The special committee of the House of
Rcprueeutativee having ia charge the sub
ject of Increased repreuentation for New
Castle county agreed, last night, to report
with a favorable recommendation, a Consti
tutional amendment Increasing the State
Senate to four members from each county
and giving New Castle county four addi
tional members of the House of Representa
tives. There is every prospect that when
tlnal action is taken the increase may be ex
tended to five.
The prospects for the adoptiou of the
amendment arc very bright, and with this
action the pledges made by the Democratic
party In the last campaign will be fully re
deemed and the way opened for New Castle
county to secure justice iu the matter of In
creased representation. Although the re
form has been urged for years, no
determined effort was ever
until the present session,
the exception of the move for county
division in 1875, and therefore the Increase
provided for In the amendment Is all that
can justly be asked for as an initiatory step
toward the final determination of the grave
and Important question.
We hope that no factions or partisan op
position will prevent the Legislature from
adopting this amendment, and are confident
that New Castle county will send a delega
tion to the next session unanimously in favor*
oi its confirmation.
The Citt Councils of Baltimore,follow
ing a precedent established by the Legisla
ture of Maryland, made a donation of $150
apiece to the newspaper reporters who at
tended to the duty of reporting the proceed
ings of their regular sessions. This act is
very properly designated by the Baltimore
Sun, whose reporters declined to accept the
gratuity, as a gross misappropriation of the
public money, and the action of Councils
denounced in strong terms. " If It is be
stowed." says the Sun, " iu returu
" for persona) favors and services, past
" or prospective, to individual members of
" the council, the case is so much the
" worse. As well might the members of
" the council pay their iiatters or their
" tailors, their doctors or their lawyers, with
" the public money, as jAy the reporters for
" their courtesy and attention to themselves
" individually. Aud If it is not pay, it is
"eithera gift or a bril>e, or iuteuded to
" operate as one." In this city such a pro
cedure on the part of City Council would 1 m*
looked upon as a deliberate attempt to pur
chase the favor of the reporters aud iuduce
them to overlook the shortcomings
of the members. It would not
be a popular move, either with
the people or the intended recipients,
for although the reporters of the Wilming
ton papers are not possessed of auy more
money thau they have ample use for, Hiey
would indignantly repudiate any such bold
attempt to purchase their independence.
The Baltimore reporters should have had
more self-respect than to allow such an in
sult to their manhood to go further than a
mere proposition.
Del
fe
made
with
1
:
m.
Koifer'a Latent Schein«.
[New York World.
It may t»e said of Keifer, iu the language
of the Portuguese Guide to the English
tongue, that he is not ro devil as he is black.
When he removed Mr. Tyson, stenographer
of the House, to make room for his nephew,
he compelled the other stenographer, under
pain of dismissal, to divide his salary with
the unfortunate Tyson. This arrangement
is called by an esteemed Republican con
temporary a "curious one," but for what
reason does not appear. It certainly shows
Keifer in a pleasing light as the friend of
the friendless Tyson, aud Invests him at the
same time with an air of Roman dignity as
the subduer of the proud Dawson, who
hoped to keep his $5,000 a year to himself.
There is nothing mean about Keifer when it
copies to dividing up other men's cash; but
it will be truly "curious" if Dawson should
actually pay over to Tyson the $2,500. The
country is on tiptoe to see it done.
Germany'» Latest Move,
The German Government is said to lie
looking out for a naval position In the Medi
terranean and to be in treaty with the
Spanish Government for the purchase of
Cabrera or Goat Island, one of the smallest
of the Ballearic Isles. The name of Cabrera
is the Spanish equivalent of Caprera,the well
known name el the little island given to
Garibaldi by Victor Emmauual, and the
two islands are very nearly the same size.
The position of Cabrera, just to the south
of Majorca and on the route between Mar
seilles and Algiers, would make Its posses
sion by Germany a matter of umbrage and
of considerable possible inconvenience to
France. It has few or no inhabitants, is
about three miles long and four miles wide,
and is dominated by the ruins of an old
castle In this castle, after the scandalous
surrender of Dupont to the Spaniards of
Bailen in 1808, the Spaniards incarcerated
about 8,000 French prisoners, more than
half of whom died of actual starvation.
Though of little value iu auy other respect,
Cabrera possesses a splendid aud perfectly
sheltered harbor, which would make it a
formidable naval position iu the hands of
the German Empire.
"Huciitipitinii."
yuick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary diseases. $1.
Druggists.
Los» by Floods, 88:10,000,000.
When the total loss by recent floods iu the
Ohio and Mississippi Valleys have been ap
proximated, $:>(),OOU.OOU will hardly cover
it. The brightest feature amongst such
misery and ruin lias been the spontaneous
charity shown by our people. None have
contributed more generously than the Com
monwealth Distribution Co. To those who
have given, to those who have lost and to
all others tills company offers another grand
drawing iu Louisville, Ky., March .'Hat,
188λ. $113,400 distributed iu 1900 prizes.
Capital prize, $:*0,000. Tickets only %'Z.
Send your orders to R. M. Boarduutn,Louis
ville, Ky.
Bjct l)iuin<*n«l Dyes
tiful that it is a plea»
good for dark
perfect und so beau
them. JE«iually
light color». 10 cents.
Mardi Gran and its Doing» in New Orlean».
New Orleans in its spring verdure clad wit
i at Its last grand day of dls
there a Mardi (}
'ed «*r largely attended since
A few day»
aller. <»n the 13th of February, another Incident
unusual, however. Ov
scattered over the world In |
the 153d Grand Monthly Distribution of The
Louisiana State Lottery, under the sole
agemunt of (fon'ls G. T. Heauregurd of La.,
aud Jubal A. Early of Va. Ticket No. 67,012
sold In fifths at $1 each, orew the first capital,
$75,000—Charles Ulguey of Maysvllle, Ala..
-fifth: another to a well-known merchant
in Louisville, Ky.,collected through the Second
Nat'l Hank of Louisville, Ky, The second
Qftpital ($26.000) was won by No. »1,996— one
flflh held by Geo. Kohler of Zaleski, ()., col
lected through the First Nat'l Hank of Cincin
nati O. The third c
beautifully obs
the days of its Spanish founders.
"ÎÏ.Î5
9266
by
pital ($10,000)
by No. 22,806— one-fifth went to Geo. E. Harri»
of the Surgcon-Gen'la (U. S. Army) Office,
Washington, D, (:.; another to L. R. Davie, No.
33U Washington »t.. New Orleans, La.;another
to Samuel Cook of No. 1508 Tenth Bt., N. W.
Washington, D. C.; and another to P. Luscy,
520 Hurgumly »t. New Orleans. La., Noe.
«I 99,023 each drew the $6,000, tlie fourth
prize», and they went to Henry Mendel, col
lected tlirough Messrs. Seasongood. Son» * Co.
of (*iu«-innati.o.:anotherwascollected through
the Nodaway Valley Hank of Maryville, Mo.:
G. Zebsof Philadelphia was another. Ticket»
Nos. 8,051. 37 854. 66 988, 81,440, 83,974, each drew
$2,000—aold to parties living In New York, New
Orleans. Washingt.m. I). C r , Hunteville. Ala.,
Allegheney, Pa., Otnaho, Neb.. I'reeecott, Ark.,
ann rorento, Canada. Many pnrtlee dislike
their successes puplished, hence, they
omitted. Next opportunity will be on Tuesday
April loth, of which any oue applying to M. A.
Dauphine, New Orleans, La., will be fully
Informed.
drawn
4
HA I bit OA It HH KH
pfilLA DELPHI aT WÏL
X MINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
. MARCH, 14th. 1*83.
Traîna will leave Wilmington a* follows for :
Philadelphia and Intermediate stations—6. to, 7.00,
10.30, a. in. 2.80, 4.00, 7.30, Aft*, p. m.
Philadelphia (express)—2.00, 2.23. *.»,7.». Ut,
U.K. a,m. 12 .U,L«,»TiV,«. 10,8.38,
7.26 p. in.
New York-fi.00, 2.28, 8.30, .to, .68, 11.8* a. m.
*12.88, 1.83, 2.80, 5.17, 6.88, 7.26,p. in.
Baltimore and Intermediate stations—1.06, 8.17
10.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m.
Baltimore and Bay Line—6.67 p. m.
Baltimore
1 Washington—1.42, 4.51, 8.06 8.17
a. in. 1.00, *1.00, 5.00, 6.87, 11.04 p. m.
Baltimore only—1.06, 10.00 a. in. 12.26 and
Trains for Delaware Division leave for:
New Castle—6.00, 9.10 a. m. 1.06, 8.00, 6.25 p. m,
and 12.55 night.
Harrington and Intermediate stations—9.10 a. m
1.06, 6.25 p. >u.
Del mar and Intermediate stations—9.10 a. m.
1.05 p. m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate station»—8.10a.m.
12.00 m. 5.30. 7.:», 9.55, p. m.
Philadelphia and N
6.38, 7.26 p. in.
Baltimore and Washington—1.42, 4.61, 8.06, 9.17,
a. m. 11.04 p. m.
Baltimore—1.06 a. m.
For further Information passengers are
fe rred t o the time tables posted at the depot.
49*Tralns marked thus: (*) are limited express
upon which extra fare is charged.
CH AS. WTÄÄr' ^
York-2.00, 2.23 a. m. 6.17,
I
P.
J)ELAWARE WESTERN RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF HOURS.
On and after JUNE 20th, 1882, trains will
follows:
Leave Wilmington 7.06, 10.30, a.
Arrive at Landenberg, 8.60 ».
8.40 p. in.
n; 5.80 p. in.
i; 12.00 noon.
Leave Landenberg 6.50 a. m : U
Arrive at Wilmington 8.00 ». m: 2.15 p. m.
D. CONNELL. Superintendent.
D
W
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER DECEMBER 25, 1882,
MAIN LINE.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET' STATION.
»,
•Daily. $Dally, except Sunday.
"New Y'ork and Chlcagu Limited" or
Pull
Fast Ltue, Pittsburg and the West
Western Express.
Pacific Express West .
Harrisburg Express.
Niagara KxpntsN.
Walk lus Exp
Eric Mail ami
Palace c
..*11.20 a. m
..*11.06 a. m
• 9.06 p. iu
.*11.20 p. m
..* 4.80a. m
8.lüa. m
.01.06 a. in
Buffalo Exprès
•pt Saturday.. 11.20 p.
Express.s ». IU a.
Haven Express. $11.06a.
Martinsburg Express. $4.:« ami 11.06 a.
Chambersburg and Hagerstown Kxpi
8.10 and 11.06 a. m., dally, 11.20 p. m. V
bemburg only, 6.40p. in.
Shenandoah Valiev Railroad every
week «lay at 8.10 a. in., and New Or
leans Express, via Luray aud ChatU
»ga, dally at.
Hurrlhburg ami York Express
Mall Train.7.
Harrisburg Accommodation. '
York ami ?(
York, Hanover and Frederick Expressen. 05 a.
Columbia ami York Accomiuo«latIou. >4 44 p.
Parkes burg Train.
1 Kiw il I ugto w ti Accomimxlatt
.30 p. in. On Sundav, 7.46 a.
il >
fa?
^M.8U
. 11.20 p.
..S 6.40 p.
..* 7.00 a.
I 2.
P*
>»6 45 p. in.
15, 7.46, 11.45
: I ■
<1 ». ir> p. m.
Paoll Trains, 6.10, 6.15. 7.45, 8.15, 10.
a. in., 12.45, 1.45, 2.14, 2.46, 3.15, 8.45, 4.15. 4.A r >,
5.15. 5.45. 6.15, 6.46, 7.45. 9.15, 10.80 ami II.»Op.
m. till Sunday, 7.45, 9.15and 11.45 a. m.. 1, 2.45,
5.15, 8.15 and id. top. in.
llry.i Ma wr Train», 6.10, 6.15, 6.45, 7.15, 7.45
8.15, 8.4.5, 10.15, I1.45a. in., 12.45. 1.45, 2.14 2.15;
2.45, 3.15, 3.45, 4.15, 4.44, 4.46, 6.15, 6.15, 6.15 6.45,
7.45, 9.15. 10.30 ami 11.:« p. in.
9.45, 11,45 a. in., 1, 2.45, 5.15, 8,15
Westchester Express, 8. to a.
airroniinodatliMi, 6.14, 7.45, 11.45 a. in., 2.14,4.15,
.30 p. in. On Sunday,7.45,
11.45
Sunday, 7.45,
. 15 p. III.
.. 4.44. 5.40 p.m.
5.15, 5.45. 6.45, 7.45,
9.45, 11.45, a. iu.. 1, 5.15
Trains arrive—From PUtHliiirg, 2'.to
in., 5.15, 7.25 p. m
Wrilamsport, 7 .ti)
• 1
.15j>,_m.
•1 7.60 a.
in., 5.15, 7.25 p. m., dally. Kroi
Wi'liamsport, 7.50a. m., dally, .
From Buffalo and Niagara Falls,
eept Monday. Froi
dally except Sunday■.
and Williamsport, 7.2
Eric and
»in Lock Haven, 3.20 p. m..
From Watkinii, Elmira
26 p. in., dally, except Sun
ept M
50 a.
day.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE UROAI) STREET STATION
FOR NEW YORK.
Express on week-days, 3.05, 3.20, 8.45, 6.50, 7.80,
"•20, 3.30andtla. in. (Limited Exprès», 1.30,
5,2H p. in.) I. 3, 4, 5. 6,6.30,7.45, 8 ami 8.20 p. in.,
ami 12.01 night. On Sunday», 3.05, 8.20, 3.45,
8.30 a. m., 4, (Limited Express. 5.20)fl.:w, 7.45,
8 an«l ».2.1 1». m, ami 12.01 nlirlit.
For Brooklyn, N. Y. t aU tlir.nigh trains <•
»ey City with boat» «if "Brookly
ittordliig direct transfer to Fulton
bllng double ferriage ami Journey
v York city.
Sea Girt, Spring Lake, Ocean Beach,
»ye, A»hury Kara ami Long Branch,
■t at .le
Annex
street.
Exprès» f<
Gr«
6.59 and 11.00 a.
days.
«1 3.00 p.
k
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Express for New York, 6.55 ami «.40 a. n
week-days.
FROM MARKE'!' STREET WHARF.
Express for New Y'ork, via Camden
., an«l4.3üp.
» for Toni's
ns, 8.20a. in, an«J 5.20 p
Tuekerton, 8.20 u.
«1 Trenton,
., on week-«lays.
River anti intermediate
9 a.
El
Xtlo,
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM HKOA1) STREET STATION.
for Lainbertvllle,
«•ranton, Blng
d 6.00 p.
Gap only, 4.00
Dally.except Sunday—Exp
Easton, Delaware Water
<i' W
Gap
■K<>, ^
K<
Scranto
P
For Lambertville, 3 p. in.
For Fleralntrton, 7.3g a . in., 12.01 and 4.00 n. in.
Trains arrive daily,except Sunday-Froin Easton.
9.26 and 9.50 a. in.;3.50and
FROM KENSINGTON STATION, FRONT
AND NORRIS STREETS.
Dally, ezeept Sunday—Express for Lambertville,
Eaaton, Delaware Water Gan, Scranton. Rlnir
d Oswego, 7.40 a. m., 12.01, 5.35 p.m.
on aiul Water Gap ouly, 4.:« p. in.
— rille, 2.10 p. m.
K tou, 7.40 a. m. ; 12.01
Ive dally, except Sunday' From
«• 'had
•ta, 838 Chestnut street, aud Broad
8.45 p. in.
harnt«
For S«
For Lamh<
For Finnin
Tn
•I 3.35 p. m.
K* »ton, 9.10 and 10.30 a.
Sleeping-ear tick«
Chestnut
Street Station.
The Union Transfer Company will call for aud
e from hotels and residence«. Time
luformatl«>n can lie obtained at the
• I
»talions ami
the hdlowing
No. 838 Chestnut street,
S. E. cor. Broad and Chestnut,
No. 116 Market street,
No. 4Chelton
TICK XT OF PICKS:
. Germant' n,
CHARLES E. PUGH, General Alauager,
J. R. WOOD, General PaHHeitger Agent.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK-BTEEL HAILH.
SPLENDID 8CEN ERY,MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN ( ENTRAI. RAIL
WAV.
—TAKIM
JTOBKK 1, 1882—
Train» leave Baltimore city time, a»
dally except Buinluy, for
d West...
follows :
Mall Train,
the North
Chh-agu and Limited Expre»»
West...
Fast Line, daily, West.
Lock Haven ami Watkins Expr
ger, daily except
.7.30 a.
dally
...10.45 a.
...10.45 a.
«lav...
C •
10.45 a.
I
rlsburg
Sunday.
West«*rn Express, daily
Mull Express, W« »t, dally
Erie Mail and Buffal.i Kxj
Saturday.
Park town Accommodât!«
'tally, ex eept Sunday. Sunday oui
Cockeysvllle Accommodatl«
2.30, 4.:*), «.00, 10.00, 11.30 I
., 1.30 UIK1 10 p. 11
aud Gettysburg. 7.30 a. m.
•rlaml Valley Railroa«!, 7.31
6.80 p. in.
8.45|*. m.
pt
■ il. 15p. in.
a n
1 6.;
at/a/ni!
, ». m, 11..«» a. m.,
m. Ou Sunday,
9 •
b'
I la'm
F
11, 10.45 a. m.
b
Spring Branch, 6.30 a.
., 3 and 5.30
the West, 7.40 a. in.. 6.06 and
7.15 p. in., «lully. From the North, 7.40 a. m.,
dally, except Monday, 6.06 ami 7.15 p. m.,
eept Sumlay,
For tickets to all point» East, North and W
apply at Calvert Station, at Northeast corner
Baltimore and Calvert streets, and at Union
and checked at hotels and
office, northeast cor
streets.
Triil 11sarrive fro
Station.
Baygugi- called f«
residences on orders left
Baltimore and (Jalv
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAIL
ROAD.
FROM CALVERT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT DECEMBER 24, 1882.
For Washington, 7 a. in. 3.15 and 8.56 p. n...
d '^'. e o? ce P tBnnd . a I' and 4.20, 7.35, 9:45 an«i
and 11.35 a. m.. aud 5.00 and 7.10 p. m., dally
For Pope's C.eek Line, 7.00 a. m. and 4.10 D. ui
dally, except Sunday. * *'
For Annapolb
s, 7.00 a.
„ « daily except Sunday,
and 5.00 p. ui., «lally.
For Richmond and the South at 4,20 and 9.46 a.
Fo/the Soiith^vla Virginia Ml!tfand C Ranraa«il Ä at
7:"î:m::irun y Ja",o{ly" P - m ' eiC,!pt8uuJ *>
For White Sulphur and C. aud O. R. It., at 4,20
For NoVfolk via Potomac River steamers. Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday
FROM UNION STATION.
For Washington, 4.30, 6.60, 7.05,
a. m., 2.55, 8.25, 5.10, 7.20, 9.06 p.
daj, 4.»), 6.6ÔT7.45, 9.60, 11.40 a.
For $a. Midland Road, at 4,30 a. i
p. m., except Sunday. 7.20 p.m.
Fort?'* O. Road, 4.30 a.
bunday.
11.36 a. m.
7.45, 9.60, 11.40
m. On Sun
m., 6.10 and
i., daily, 9.05
Sunday
i., dally, 2.65:p. m.,
except
FROM PENNSYLVAN 1A-AVENUE STATION
K ?u iW-"' 9 -"* na "•« »
m., 3.30, 5.15, 7.25an«l9.10 D. m. On Sunda
at 6.56, i. 60, 3.55 and 11.45 a. mV, 5.15 .SS 7.
p. m.
For Annapolis, 7.10 a.
5.15 p. m., dally.
'i»Uy except Burnley;
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE
A16.40, 8.00, 9.30 and 10.39 a. m., 1.30, 4.20,4 40
«3 7.30, 9.50 and 10.20 p. in. On Sundays at
n 00 '
CHARLES K. Puuu, General Manager.
HAI 1,HO A #> bl y KB.
JJALTIMOHE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MODEL FAST LINK. AND THE ONLY
LINE BETWEEN
THE EAST AND THE WEST, VIA WASHING
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK ! JAN NY COUPLE*!
ÇcÆak'e EFFECT
l.Mj^VKCAUlitck STBErr'SrATlON :
(Mnclunatl, Bt. Lmilnand Chicago.
4.40 tWashlngton am) way station», (VA.
MIDLAND) Southwest, Richmond, (via Ac.,
m
<.'»>
Ouanttcu.)
6.80 Klllcott (My
0.40 Washington
d way stations.
d way stations.
7.10 tWashington 1
7.15 ANNAPOLIS,
INGTON KX.
Branch.
AITNTON AND WA8H
d stall.
Metropolis
7.80 tPiedmont, Strasburg, Winchester, Hag
erstown, Frederick and way stations, via
Main Stem. (On Sunday to Klllcott City
: ftisBUKG,CINCINNATI. NT. r.OUIN,
WASHINGTON AN!> C01.UMBUS KX
PRICN8 Gaily, ami ('IIICAGG il.tly eic.pt
Saturday, i HI, limon, 1 and the South, via
Uuantico). Sleeping car», Baltimore to Cin
cinnati, Loulsvni* au,l Chicago Junction.
Parlor Cara, Chicago Junction to Chicago.
Sleeping Car», Oration to Indianapolis,
daily except Saturday.
tWashington and way
Ils on 8undavs.
10.30 WASHINGTON AND LAUREL EX
PRESS.
9.00 4P
I m
ions. Annapo
P. M.
12.16 Washington, Annapolis and wny.
1.80 ton Sunday only, for Washington and
1.80 Klllcott City and
2.50 Washington
mond.
ray stations.
War Stations.
L Ouantico, except Sunday). C
nect at Washington with I. ft 8. C. Co., on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and with
Potomac Steamboat Co. on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday for Old Point C<
Norfolk he.
4.00 WASHINGTON
(Rich
Con
• 111 1
fort.
Stops at
and
Hagerstown, Frederick and
EXPRESS.
Jessup's AnnapolU .Junction. Lau
Hyattsvtlle.
WinchcHter,
wav.
5,00 aehington, Annapolis and way.
tFrederlck and way »utloue.
Martinsburg and way stations.
_tWashington and way stations.
7.30 tPittsburg,Cleveland and Detroit Express.
D Bio. Palace Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg.
8.45 tCHICAGO, CINCINNATI. BT. LOUIS,
WASHINGTON AND C«>LUMBU8 EX
PRESS. B. go. Palace Sleeping Cars to
<'Indnnatl. St. Loub and Chicago, Lynch
burg and the South, via Va. Midland.
9.15 ton Sunday onlv, for Mt. Airv
11.15 Mt. Airy and way station*.
11.*2 afthlngton and way Htatlon».
•e for Metropolitan Branch, 7.15a. m, 21.80
and 2.50 p. in. For Rockville, to.UOa. m.
trains stop at Relay except 3.00 a. m.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE;
6.00, 10.30, 6.50, t7.45, 8.10, ty.OO, 10.00 a. in.;
U.JK 2.80, t2.35. 13.00, 8.80, 4.30, t4.40.t6.46,
17.00, 7 ^ t9.40 and 11.80 p.
tl>aHj\ {Sunday only.
Kajfgage called for and checked at hotels
h*n at Ticket unices, 152
W EST BALTIMORE STREET, N. W. Cor, Cal
vert; CAMDEN STATION
BROADWAY'.
W. M. CLEMENTS,
Master «»( Transportation.
u
4.20
», 2o
«I way.
Of
trains dally.
«1 81 SOUTH
K. LORD,
i. Past. Agent.
G
AOENTS Attention.
M
KTEOR ALARM CLUCK, with Luml
noua CoinpoHition Kaos. TTkne «een dis
tinctly at night. NOTHING NELLS SO
KAPfDLY. v'JtK) a month easily made. Send
$2.60 for sample, or 3-cent »tamp for frill partie
ulars. (T,( )\v!•>>&, KH1SH1E,General Agent«,
janl8-l-14 Wuterbury. Good
pEOPLK WHO READ 1
of
Y<
tlon Is Invite«! to the
Greatest Newspaper
in the West. The rival of any In America.
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Cincinnati Enquirer.
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given every day in the year. Its two thous
and correspondents located iu every section
of this country and Europe, are the most
reliable news gatherers to be had, and the
history of each day's events will be faith
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through the Enquirer, free from distortion
or prejudice.
The province of a newspaper is to record
fact8,to separate truth from falsehood. How
well the Enquirer has succeeded in this
duty,we feel a pardonable pride in referring
to its files and p$st record for evidence ol
its ability and thoroughness in presenting
all matters treated upon iu their true light.
The people of this age require a paper fully
abreast of the times, coequal in enterprise,
vud material advancement iu all mercantile
and political interests, such will the
Enquirer continue to be. Candor aud fair
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parties,but the facts will never be perverted.
The Immediate future has instore matters
oi grava interest* to all, and the general
welfare will largely depend upon
influences of those who are fully conversant
with the fa< ts
policy of the government but partially
developed by the New Administration, was
fast winning the confidence of the people,
when the hand oi tin* assassin placed control
of affairs in charge of a faction whose leaders
have not at all times received favorable criti
cisms for their public acts. What the future
policy is to be, will be foreshadowed during
the first year of President Arthur's admluis
tratiou, and presented to the public without
fear or favor, in the columns of the Enquirer.

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The Weekly Edition
of the Enquirer ought to be In the hands oi
every farmer, every mechanic and every
toiler iu the laud. As an agricultural paper
lull ol fresh, valuable aud reliable informa
tion, it will be without a rival ! A corps of
contributors haB been retained whose
practical and theoretical knowledge in all
brauche» of good farming is unsurpassed.
We thank our readers for that liberal
support timt ha« enabled us to print the best
uew»pai>er in the West, aud ask a con
tinuance of the same and your assistance in
making known the merits of the paper, and
increasing its field of usefulness.
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•Weekly Enquirer/
One Copy, one year - *
One Copy, six months
$1.15
65
SUBSCRIPTION RATES FOR THK
Daily Enquirer.
»T«.S
Sunday and Dally
Dali; . xoci.t Sunday
Any three «lays -
Any two «lay»
Any one «lay
Sunday Issue
*- 12.00
- 6.00
- 2.00
Faran & McLean,
Publishers,
CINCINNATI O.
• pectmen conies free.
J^INDEMAN PIANOS!
A 7-octave Steinway Square.
A 7-octave Chase Square.
Haines Upright, and a fine 1% oct. at
$175, at
LINDEMAN BROS.,
HI & 173 W. Fourth St.
CINCINNATI, O
HTKAMMHIH LtNMSB.
^NCHOR LINE.
UNITED »TAT KH MAIL STEAMERS
Ball Weekly tu ami from
NEW YORK and GLASGOW, via LONDON
DERRY.
Cabin Passage, *08 to $80. Return« $110 to *140
Second Cat In, *40. Return Tickets, *76.
'"Ä.
S.
P»M*n*er kSLS'i
Norway, Bwedeu, Denmark, Ac.
For book« of "Tours in Heotland," rates, plana,
Ac., apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS. Ne*
or SAMUEL JF. BETTS. Adair» Kxprrss.
A. I). Le< 'arpenter, DuPont's Mills, VU1
m in a ton
A1
York,
j^DAMB AND BROTHER,
No. 504 Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Cash Variety Store.
TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS,
EASTER CARDS
AND CUT PICTURES.
DRY eOODCL
HOSIERY
At
>frlON8 t
LAD
M
LADIES' t o^NTS*
UN DEKWKAR,
BOOTS; SHOES & RUBBERS
ROCKERY. TIN
GLAS8WA
RAG
u
lAeHAllf AND
STAIR CARPET,
STAIR RODS,
CURT AIN
TABLE, STAIR and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
Largest and «beapest line oriAamps. Lanterns,
Vases iu endless variety. Table and Pocket Cut
ry, Express Wagons, Velocipedes, Toys of all de
rl plions, DOIU, Doll-Heads, Doll-Bod les. Doll
The LARGEST, .CHEAPEST
Carriages.
BEST line
Ml I
BABY CARRIAGES In the 8tat*.
-601.« AUENta VO»—
HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS.
it will pay y __
Of gooiUand I» rices before pu rcliaalng.
l-l«-VJ-46rd*w
for
1
day
to call aud examine
variety
$30,000 tor $2.
4.30
POPULAR
MONTHLY DRAWING.

Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
In the city of LOUISVILLE,
Saturday, March 31st., 1883.
On the last day of each month (Sundays
excepted). Reseated »«ljudlcatlon by
Slate 'Courts have placed this company bey
the controversy or the law. To this Company
belongs the sole honor ofhavlng Inaugurated the
only plan by which their .drawings are proven
honest and fair beyond question.
N. B.—The Company has now on hand a large
capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the list
of prizes for the
Federal aud
ond
MARCH DRAWING.
I Pn
..$30,000
.. 10,000
.. 6,000
.. 10,000
.. 10,000
.. 10,000
.. 10,000
.. 12,000
.. JO.OOO
.. 2,700
.. 1,800
1 Trlz
1 i'rl
10 Prizes, 1,000 each
20 " 600 "
too •*
200
20 "
800 " Approxiinatlou
200 "
100 " ••
1,00(»
9
9
9
who
1,960 Prizes.
.$112,400
WHOLE TICKETS, $2. H AL F TICKETS, ft.
27 Tickets, $50; 66 Tickets, »100.
Remit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, <»r send
by Express. Don't send by Registered Letter
Fost Office Order. Orders of $5 an*l upward by
(press, can be sent at our expense. Address all
«fers to R. M. KOAHDMAN. Courier-journal
Rulid In«. Louisville Kv.
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8.29 «U-1V-65
JOHN DAVIS & SONS,
736 Arch Street, Phila.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS
(WHOLESALE AND KKTA1L)
FINE FURS
A FULL LINE OF
SEAL,
-AND—
Fur-Lined Garments
ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER.
Special Attention Paid to Fitting and
Lengthening Seal Sacques.
Oeufs, Ladles', Misses aud Children's FURS,
of all kinds. Bole manufacturers of
DAVIS' PATENT HAND PROTECTOR,
ma«le that will keep your
driving lu cold weather.
•ieclft-l-M *
The only article
hand» warm while
FRANKLIN
TYPE FOUNDRY
'
168 Vine Street, Cincinnati
Ohio.

ALLISON & SMITH.
VI1-35H
RHEUMATISM AND COUT CURED
Wli
«: « an eslahlish by a chain of evidence^
>vy ln«|uiry but niukes streugor, that wi
ml// real, or radical remedy for Rheumatic
aud wo put that evidence within the reach
cry hu (lerer without money und wilhmU price,
•laini that no one Imt the fool will turn to it ndeaj
far, or c lose hi« eyes to the ylcut itdinyi wo bring tc
Ills blighted lire. In justice to us, to you, to youi
dependent families, and to tho consummation of youi
life'» ambition before you w*>
diHea.se, we a«k you to go with
to the homos of gome who
of life
wl
1.
I »; tu -I
•>r
stricken dow
for a few
e drank of the waten
lull of the joy of health, ready to
the world their glad experience. We will g.vo
false suitemcnt, and make no assertion which
cannot, by proper Inquiry (by letter or I. reuah
Mends) lw probed to Urn bottom and found to he full
'•>
>metn»
I
V
buudreUi oared oar «rc-aeni space »Hows u
:k, 118 Plj'nxMna Bl.. Brooklyn; »Uter
1 Âr^kiyn_8e te r e Bhr
to
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whhChrout
Ur. Uuilogi, m
Dr. Ci*mmr
MT Htlilo Bt., Brooklyu -
SMtlitiri.
Cbronla Khe
Sotstlca UlirumaUam
8 year*—
e* and
Nevin, 451 Third Avenue, Brooklyn-Chronie Hbeuma
B.lubrld,. St.. Br«ikl, n _A.u,„
matory aud Ghronlo Kbeuuiatlam and very
BhJwïlÙm ^yeiSj^ïadulfdTv.-'r'ibi 4 *"** *" d Cbrwnl °
Dr. Ooodrtah, Saw York Otly~Cbrafi HbfumaU.m
Mr*. Wllltamaon, 66 Grove Bt., New York—u-rribie aonui
flammatory Rheumnttwi «0 year*; flnsera nnloinu-d hiT* U
Mr. Dixon, 14* We.t Bt., New York—Chrenl*; ner* d *
M
I
vouaKheu
aura two years.
Capt. Nathan Wood, 104 Booth Bt., Ne
a,k " »»'-«■»■I. w»..
. T ,?" "•"*r<in«m«n know>u.Dy other. cnr.J h. onr
E. O. of Hheutn.U.m, Df.OepW. U.e, etlEuU, DUoKr.
Now gte. thi. matter dr.trr.I nttantton or writ, m for'
otronler. with foli.r it.rUoul.ri, end ytmwut bK. thT dtl
jo« ew Ul. lulv.rUaemrut. ' "" " J * r
Klntam, Adame A Co..«e AUenttr Av„
B£2«l.lFB,»ad loswitnam »uTaiv. cl
w York—Chronlo
Dür ooum i.
Fancy Hoalery and KinbroUl«iea.
r
S. H. STAATS,
No. 406 Mdrkfi Street,
Ha* Ju*t opened an «liftant stock of
New Hamburg
EMBROIDERIES
entirely
Many of the above Patterns
New, and will be fold at LAST
YEAR'S PRICES.
Also, Just received a beau
llful assortment of
COTTON TRIMMINGS
Suitable for Trimming Undergarment«.
HOSIERY
We are closing out some Odd
Lots of Ladles' and Misses'
FANCY HOSIERY !
At nearly one-half th e reg ular prie«, In order to
make room for NEW SPRING STOCK.
IßjtHCJAH.
pKOP.
A. 8. WBB8TER'8
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
ISTNow open for the reception of pupils
for the Second Quarter.
GKNTLEMKN'Sri.ASH-Mouday and Thurs
day eventugs, from 8 to 10 o'clock.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S CL ASS-Thur»
Saturdays fr«
day» from 6 to 6 p.
4.30 p. m.
The latest dances to be taujrht during *e«*ond
La Russe waltz, Ripple waltz, College
d Universal Quadrille.
2.80 to
CHOICE OF DAYS.
H«*boola, seminaries
cliy
a» practicable for choice of days.
private classes Iu llie
of town should confer with me
For terms, circular, etc., apply
H. F. ROBKLEN'S,
No. 710 Market streeg
by mall to
A. ». WEBSTH.lt,
-, Wllinlugton. Dei.
Masonic Temp
aug31-tf-60
AfilFj
W w ,th each e „ N 4
►01
!«, RU.es-
- 'JTv
r-*-
^owbt^
Miles
premium
ED
tH E PERFECTION Q.^TESTDIStDVfoy
SCIENCE OF THE ACE
FULL WEIGHT,
FULL STRENGTH. NEVER FAILS
I-ffT* Always a handsome Chromo.
IïÉP Often a large Picture Book and
Two Paintings.
Sometimes a good Stem-Winding
Watch.
' Ask your grocer for it.
feb 12-3-70
1883 .
Harper's Young People.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY—16 Page*
Bulled
Buy» and ülrl» of from
16 year» of »ge.
r. I"
Vol. iv, commencing November 7, 1882.
The YOUNO PKOPLK has been from tWeflrstsuc
Cessfril beyond anticipation.— N. Y. Evening
It has a distinct purpose, to which It steadily
adheres—that, namely of supplanting the vicious
papers for the young with a paper more attrac
tive, as well a» more wholesome.—Boston
Journal.
For neatness, elegance of engraving, and
teniB generally. It Is unsurpassed by auy publlca
thm of the kind yet brought to our notice.—
I*itt»burg Gazette.
TERMS :
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE,
Per Year, Postage Prepaid,
Single Numbers, Four Cents each.
Specimen copy sent on receipt of Three Cents.
, ou , e of Harper's You wo People for
188! an«l 1882, handsomely bound In Illuminated
( loth, will he sent by mall, postage prepaid, on
receipt «H $3,00 each. Cover for Young Pkopl*
lor 1882. 35 cents: postage, 13 cents additional.
Remittances should be made by Postoffice
Mpimy Order or Draft, to avoid chance of Iobs.
Newspapers are not to copy this adverUsemen*
without the express order «-r Harper ft Bros.
Address
$1.50.
HARPER & BROS.,
NEW YORK.
<lMC7-3tdft*
JRON RAILINGS
-AND
IRON WORK
FOR BUILDINGS.
J. P. WALTON & CO.
CATION ATES FURNWHED OS APPLI
552 & 554 W. Sixth St
Cincinnati.
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hank.
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de In A|,r«| t
«tegularlv
dividends are not within.,
u itrixjalb. Thu» perm»n.
their liil.rr.t twlceln tûï
man a(jek.
Clement B. Smyth, i oso r , vV „
Ed war.! Posey, Wlin*\n u ^
Anthony Higgins) * '
* M AT H ER, Auditor.
fcb2l-ly
J. M
UIBBT NATIONAL BANK
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Kdl'dSFFOllY OP TUB Fume
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FINANCIAL AGENTS
-OF
THE UNITED BTiTM
Kdwamd Ban«, President,
OMO. U AJU1IT110B0, ÜMM,,
PAID UP CAPITAL, «00,001,
Philadelphia, New York and Boston
furnished to regular Depositors wlthottriulf*
ÄTm Uy *' " ONdS?b "ndTHUR§55f,
D1RECTOB8:
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Clement U. Smyth,
Ueorge W. Bush,
Daniel James.
John H Adam.
William TatnaiL
. Ell Garrett.
Samuel Bancroft. ,ir.
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BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets,
FOR BALK:
10 »hare» Delaware Railroad.
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. - couunUtioL
Letters of credit available In all part not thr *ut,j
and «Irafl« on England. Ireland,/
and Hwttzerlaml inaued.
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pjENKY L. RAYMOND * CO.,
STOCK RROKKKS,
NOB. 4 AND « PINE 8TKKKT, N.
Buy ami ««11 lor tu vestment, ami carry«!
moderate margin all securities dealt lnotl
the New York Stock Exchange. First.!
class privileged» at favorable rate». Partial
distantly located from Wall -tr.«t|
wishing to invest «uina raugiagl
from $50 to $1,000, are invited tel
write for us for particulars. Ompldtl
Financial Report mailed free. Small ordeal
executed'at current rate». Refer to Banken I
Members of N. Y. Stock Exchange, OtHdalsI
of New York Central Railroad Co., and!
prominent Manufacturing and Mercanfikl
BuslncHS Houses. References and !m«|
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DEHBA DOON and others. Ajww» |cil . 8^
Superior In flavor. The most .®^' n ü t ,i(i i')'*}#
quints only half the usual QuariUty. ® A ^» ntso*
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Die Calcutta Tea Syndicate, 180 Water j,
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