(EaraausHto i" t W.)
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY', EXCEPT SUNDAY
bell Ac TAYLOR,
Of tut City
Afiivcseo by CahhiHi* _ Ä
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Month, Payahis to thé Rcguias Authoiwzco
COUJCTOR, «NO TO NO OTH8P. at TMt tAlWNt»*
. . $3.00
0m via*. . •
ft)l IfcwNTMh. .
T«Mf Month« . .
fta atifiNCM C*mc* and EwToaiAt Rooms a!£ oon
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or 7 A. a. an» 8 p. r
Letter* anq Tei«<J*A*a to
WILMINGTON, ftATVBOAT, MARCH 1Î.
No more marked improvemeot has taken
pl»ci> lu Wilmington during the pMt five
yi-arx th,n is eTtdenred In mercantile husL
lice« and the many large and handsome es
tablishments are convincing proof of the
rapid strides that have been taken In this
direction. The entire appearance of Market
street has been changed, and the old
solid but slow progress of the past have
giveu way to palatial houses that display
the taste and twleut as well as the indomi
table spirit of the owners.
This is not only a gratifying evidence of
our general prosperity, but it stand« forth
prominently as a living advertisement of
city's industrial products
the entire civilized world, our mercantile
terpri»e. While the lame of the
dependent upon a more eircu
bcrlbed limit for custom and support, aud
must therefo.e enjoy close relations with
the general buyer. By liberal and judicious
advertising they attract buyers from city
aud country who aré pleased and delighted
appearance of these
places of business, even before they dis
cover the numerous profitable bar
gains offered for their consideration.* Thus,
thebe stores give reputation to the city as
well as prosperity to their owner«, and are
objects of pride to every citizen who passes
their doors. Buch establishments as the dry
good stores of »harp, Kenuard, Crosby A
Ilill, Worrell, Speucer anil Russell, the va
of Adams «X Brother, Cleland's
shoe store, Humphrey's hat store, Ball
Co.'s and Greenman's wall paper palaces,the
clothing houses of Dlefendorf, Moore, Mul
Ho and Lieberman, the
establishments of Carson and
the drug stores of Belt und Bring!»urst,
Lawton's china bazaar, the grocery stores
of Allinond A Co. and Gillespie, the photo
graph galleries of Sutterly, Garrett and
Beecher, the marble and statuary show
rooms of Davidsou A Brother, and many
other places we might meutlon, are a credit
to the city and a striking evidence of the
advanced position we are taking iu the
ÎXT of the Middletown value,
Democrats of Maryland, in
It is also gratifying to know that the spirit
of improvement in this direction giv
indication of flagging, and that other iin
portant improvement« on Market and other
will be consummated during the coming
Wilmington is growing iu all re
: in contemplation and
Fpects and it will not be many years ere its
mercantile Interest* will vie with the tnauu
factories in extending it« reputation and
« redit among all men.
Transcript, referring to the representation
amendment to our State Coii8titution,favor8
the proposed Increase, in the lower House
nation of a separate district out of
the eity ol Wilmington, for the reason that
this would practically amount, to a division
of the county. On the Senatorial question,
however, the correspondent decidedly op
poses the proposition of dividing the Sena
the three counties, for
that it would allow four Seuators
tors equally betw
counties, and only
two to each of t lie New Castle district«,
eh of the two low«
which would he equivalent to counties as
as far as representation is concerned.
This objection is pertinent
others that could tie urged against the pro
pissed amendment, but people should
member that in the matter of increased
representation New Castle county eaunotex
peet to get all she asks for at the first change
de in «»ur State system. The adoption
of the pending amendment will be a radical
ver the existing system, and it will
form a Gabst au liai baMs for future agitation,
be kept up uutil the question is
completely and satisfactorily settled.
of ihe serious troubles that have
existed in their party ranks, are casting
about for a plan to reconcile their various
differences. The State election takes place
this year, aud although there is a
Maryland it is not
be easily frittered away
lactional lights. The prospects of harmony
are good, however, and this once securer
the Democrats will sweep the State in their
usual handsome manner.
large but that it c
Tue State aud Peulnsula journals that
copied the Conference appointments from
the Morniny Xem badly fooled their read
ers in many of the rural charges. 01 the
Wilmington papers the Gazette aud Every
Evening alone published correct lists of the
The charity concert in the Opera House
this eveuiug, for the benefit of two Catholic
orphan asylums is a worthy object and will
most acceptable mode of celebrate
ing the natal day of Ireland's patron saint.
It should be attended uy a large audience.
The country weeklies having all had a
poke at Wiggins, the distinguished false
prophet, will now have a rest,
The BalUmore Day is fast becoinlug the
favorite journal ol that city, and its merit«
are attested by a daily circulation of nearly
t welve thousand copies.
far as the
, cloak*, coats, stocking* and all
««fully with the
lor*. ' Only 10c.
d Dyes. Fashionable
If Nearly l>e»«l
after takiug some highly puffed-up stuff,
with long testimonial«, turn to Hop Bittere,
d have no fear of any Kidney or Urinary
power of Hop Bitters; be
family medicine on earth.
troufiies, Bright's Disease,
resist the curative
sides it is the best
A Peculiar KwllgloiiH CuHtuiu ConllnoU to
llie N«utli »»id W«*t.
[SI. Louis KeputttU ailJ,
"You never ttew a
tbe Rev. Joseph BoWfn, 4? Ba
Irom Tennessee, to » reporter. "Then you
could not hav« travftied much In the baci
woods 8(*ctioœ of tbe South and Weal. 1
remember seeing one at Randolph, Tenn.,
In June, 1877. Randolph is in Tippon
county, on tbe Mississippi bluffs. I had to
stay there over Sunday, and learning that
then* wa» a meeting at Salem church, six
miles away, I borrowed a horse aud rode to
the place. The church, butlt of logs, with
the cracks daubed, sat back about W0
yards from the road In the middle of a
grove. Inside the seats were already well
illled, aud every head iu the church turned
as I entered. I shrank Into ajcorner and
took a seat as quickly as possible. In fVout
there were a lew bench»*» made of unvar
nished poplar, but the. supply tailing
short the demand had beeu met by
these I sat down
dressed iu a cotton gown with broad yellow
checks. The minister had well-earned his
reputation of being a 'powerful exhorter,'
as I found when he commenced his sermon.
As he warmed to bis work he walked
rapidly from side to side of the pulpit, otop
S Dg occasionally, as in a thundering voice
I warned his unconverted hearers that they
'hanging over hell-fire by a single
hair.' to deal resounding blows to the Bible
with hit fist by way of emphasis. When he
concluded he took a long crash towel and
At the side of
boxes. On one of
next to a portly lady,
Horded it around his waist,
the pulpit was a bucket of water and a
'noggin.' If you don't happen to know
what a noggin la I may explain that it ia a
small tub a size larger than a plggin. This
had been constructed by sawing a
whiskey keg in half. When the preacher
commenced pouring water into it an old
gentleman in the amen corner commenced
pulling off hi* Iirogaus and rolling up the
bottoms of his trousers.
"'Will some brother raise a hymn V asked
the miuUter, and the brother, who now had
his shoes off aud was engaged with his
home-knit cotton sock*, raised one : 'I
Am a Soldier of the Cross,' dnd
gregatiou joined he put both feet iu the
noggin, which had beeu set before him.
The preacher squatted down iu front of
him, rubbed his hands around over the feet
and up and down Ids shins half way to the
knee. When the brother thought they were
washed enough he held them up out of the
water, aud the parsou wiped them on the
crash towel. Then the
and, having pulled off his shoes, had his
feet washed by the brother to whom he had
just ministered. All who wished to join iu
the ceremony had taken possession of the
front seats—the mourners' benches. Among
those who had gone up had been the portly
sister by whom I sat. The uoggiu c
her uext and she washed the feet of the
sister next to her. having lier own washed
iu turn. When all the feet
parson sat down
bathed the water in the
emptied out the back door
«eat had be«*
a fresh supply brought- in from the well
near tbe "hurch. The noggin passed around
from brother to brother and from sister to
sister ior an hour, and in that time I saw
more varieties of feet than I have ever seeu
before or since."
That kJuriban«! of Mine
ts three times the man he was before he be
gan using "Wells' Health Ranewer. fl
AN ODD HU8INKSS.
How » WHsiiiiigton Character Made a
A Washington correspondent writes: One
of the eccentric characters «»f Washington—
Stephen C. Parrish—dropped out of life a
few days ago. In many ways lie was a man
out of the ordinary ruu. He lived upou
Capitol Hill, iu a plain,unpretending house,
uud was well known to the student« of pub
lic affairs, but to the general public he was
completely unknown. He discovered a
mine, from which he Iimk delved during
the last 2U years a very comfortable fortune,
lie came to Washington from Indiana just
as the war was breaking out. He had a
place connected with tin* Senate. While
there he learned how the Pub. Docs, are
throwu away when they are first printed,
and upou this knowledge he has made a
fortune. Under the law anyone can obtain
from the Public Printer copies of public
documents by paying the costs of the print
ing of any extra copies desired. Parrish has
always laid by a stock of any documents of
value, until the regular supply was ex
hausted, anti then he would iurnish copies
from his private stores at fancy figures. He
would ransack second-hand book stores for
old documents. During the vacations of
Congress he would travel about picking up
good bargains in this line. • The result
was that he had constantly
hand almost any report or pamphlet
required back to the first founding of the
government. He was constantly supplying
lull sets of Congressional debates, finance
reports, ami the like. When the B«>uthern
members an l Senators
heir to their docu
with them. When a public man would dis
cover some rare book in Parrish's collection
the latter w ould exchange the book for a
number of public books of less value.
Nome members have turned in ail their
books to Parrish in exchange ior some
few special books out of his rare collections.
One ol the features of itis busiue* has beeu
to collect authorities aud statistics I or am
bitious statesmen. Many a speech replete
with learning ami bristling witli authorities
lias been prepared iu Parrish's work-shop.
Parrish hud a most remarkable memory.
It was as accurate and l ull as that of Amzi
Smith, who lias charge of the Senate docu
ment room. J once asked Parrish the
highest price he ever received for a siugle
public document. He said $75. This he
in obtained from P. T. Barn uni for a work on
the seal fisheries of Alaska by Professor
Elliott. Only 75 copies were printed.
Parrish bought his copy of a member.of the
cabinet, aud allowed him $Äi for it in other
•edeil Parrish fell
nts by discreet.
He never would buy b«Toks
*n. His method waa to trade
all annoying Kid
oey, Bladder and Urinary diseases. $1.
Hrlgtil's DiseHs«*, Diabetes.
i of the stuff that pretends 1
oilier serious Kidney,
Urinary or Liver Diseases, as they only re
lieve for a time and makes you ten times
worse afterwards, but rely sold/ on Hop
Bitters, the only remedy that will surely
and permanently cure you. It destroys and
removes the cause of disease so effectually
that it never returns.
Cure for Rheumatism.
Tii ose who are afflicted with rheumatism
can tie permanently cured by Dr. J. B.
Welch, flt#8 West street. Different remedies
for different ionus. Can furnish unques
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
ST RAW BRI DOE A Clothier,
Dealers in Dry Goods Exclusively,
Kiohth and Market Streets,
yourself for $5,000, or ià5 per week
by applying to J. K. Sutterly, agent, No.
302 Market street. Send or call and get
papers. Office up stairs, open in tbe
You can have
t if h
billons, take I)r. Fierce's '• Fleas-
e Pallets," the original "Little
Of all druggists.
suffering from the errors of in
discretion* of youth, nervou* weakness, early
decay, los« of manhood, etc., I will send a re
cipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE.
This great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self-ad
dreased envelope to the REV. JOSEPH T.
INMAN, Station D. N«w York City.
To all who
Saturday : fHir and slightly
To-day we rectily a wrong two
For two years we have kept
in an obscure comer, almost
shut off from the light of day,
class ot goods that every lady
is interested in, and is a com
petent judge of; a class of goods,
ol which ladies are peculiarly
and justly distrustful; a class
which therefore of all things
ought to have a good light; a
class of goods, in which our
management has taken so ex
ceptionally high range, that,
even under all the disadvan
tages of place and light, our
trade has grown larger and
larger every year. T o-day it
begins new life with ample
room, under a good light, in
most accessible place, and yet
with all the privacy that any
lady will desire.
We are shaking of muslin
underwear and kindred articles;
corsets, feminine hardware aud
What we were saying about
just distrust relates particu
larly to underwear. We need
scarcely characterize the usual
fate of that unhappy word.
We may do a service by ac
counting for the distrust; which
we shall do on Monday.
We have great pleasure in
asking you to see all this class
of goods to-day in as good a
place as the things deserve.
Bust or An-i,I p, 1111 CliP.tnut: Dont: 1*)T. I:««
To-day we fill tlie big win
dow of 1311 (Chestnut with
new )>arasols, mostly fine and
rich,some the finest and richest
we can get; some from London,
some from New York, and
some made in Philadelphia.
Wetd of Arcade, 1311 ( lies!
Every sort of trade has its
ins and outs, its ways of seem
ing without being, its tricks,
its secrets. Hats for example.
The ladies have stopped
reading. These are gentle
men's hats; and there's more
silly and altogether unneces
sary humbugging in them than
in almost anything else in all
merchandise. Everybody knows
it; and knows that he can't
help himself. It is the prac
tice of some to pay the very
tip-top price that anybody asks
for a silk hat, and to rest se
cure in faith that they have
fashionable hate, new hats not
worked over,the finest,glossiest
plush, and the truest hats all
the way through. And one of
the elements of this sublime
and profound faith is the
amount of varnish and ma
hogany and plate and brass in
the hat store itself. But just
around the corner in a little
alley, up a rickety flight oi
stairs, in a dingy back room is
another lot of hats just like
these, all but the faith and the
price. Even the very name in
the crowns is the same.
You can't tell who made
that hat by the name it bears.
Forgery is no crime—no, not
even a fault—in the top of a.
. rn A I
hat. II men preier to wear a
fashionable hatter's name, why
1 „ l is. .1 r , -,
snoulan t the hatter nut it
, ^ , . , *
there ? tor it sells his hat. I he
man of the dingy back room
tells one set of tales; the man
of the polished brass another.
"You pays your money and
takes your choice." You pay
less money up stairs; and very
likely you get an old hat that
has been in circulation ever
since William Penn went out
ot business. You pay more
money in the gay store; and
very likely you get a hat, the
like of which you will not find
in any other place on the face
of the earth.
We did really mean to get
in something about hate; silk
hats and derby hats and slouch
Northeast corner of main building.
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets
and City-hall square, Philadelphia.
UAthMOAD H KKN
T>HJLA DELPHI A, WIL- fire
X M1NUTON AND Ml
'MARCH, I4U», 18'3
Train* will l«ave Wilmington a* follow« to* :
Philadelphia and Intermediate *Utlona-4.MkT,fltt,
10.»*, a. ou 2.SO, A00, 7.», 9.55, p. ui.
7.28 p. in.
New York-*.on a.» «.SO, .88. u.M a. «.
*12.88, I.M, 2.88, ftTl?, 6.3a, 7.26, p. U).
Baltimore and Intermediate Btatlon»—1.0ft* 8.17
lo.oua. m. 6.00 p.m.
Baltimore and Kay Line—6.87 p. m.
BalUmore and Washington- 1.42, 4.61, 8.06 8.17
.08, A0Ü, 6.67, 11.04 p. in.
BalUmore only—1.06, 10.00 a. in. 12.28 and
Trains for Delaware Division leave for:
and lXflft night.
Barrington and Intermediate station«—8.10a. tn
a. in. 1.00, *1
». 10 a. III. 1.06, 8.00, 6.26 p. m,
.06, «.26 p. m.
Dclwar and Intvruitsliatt* statlNns-8.16 »• ***•
»UND A\ TRAIN».
I'biladelpliU Mi l hitcnnedlatcstation »— 6.10a.m.
12.00 ni. 7.*», 2.56, p. in.
d New York-2.00, 2.0 a.
••3*. 7.4# p. m.
d Waalilugton—1.42, 4.61. 8.1X». 8.17,
a. in. 11.04 p. m.
Baltimore—1.06 a. m.
For further Intbrinatlon passengers are
ferred to the time tablet posted at the depot.
AWT rain» marked îhu«: (*) are limited expre««
upon which extra fare la charged.
J. K, WOOD. General Raasenger Agi.
CHAS. E. PUGH. General Manager.
J^ELAWARE WESTERN RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF HOURS.
On and after JUNE 20th, 1882, train* will
Arrive at (.anile
8.40 p. ui
l<eare Landenberg k.öu a.
Arrive at Wilmington s.00 a. m*. 2.16 p. t
D. CONNELL. Superintendent.
7.05, 10.3L a. m; 5.» p. m.
m: 12.no uoon.
tier/, 8.50 s.
: 12.60 p. in.
ON ANOAFTKU HKCKMHKK 1SSÎ,
TKA1NH LEAVE lIlhiAl) STKEBT STATION.
•Dally. I Dally,
"New York and Chlc«K" Limited" of
Pullman Palarecar*.. *11.20«. m
Fast IJne. Pittsburg ami iIn- West. *11.06». in
Western Exprès* . .• 9.06 p. in
Pacific Express West.*11.20 p. in
Harrisburg: Express.• 4.»». in
MtiKara Exprès* .4 8.10 a. in
Iklns Express.411.06 a. m
Erie Mall and HutTaio Express, dally
«•»«•»•nt Saturday. . 11.20 p. m
I_ane ExprcMi*.J 8.10 a. in
Lock Haven Express. jll.QOa. m
Marttust.urx Èxprt-»M . si.» and 11.06 u. in
ChainbcrKtiurM and IliiKer.itown Express 44.»
d 11.06 a. in , dally, 11.20 p. in. V
bersburg only, 6.40 p. m.
Sheiiamloafi Valley Railroad
w. ek «lay at 8.10 a. m., and New Or
leans Kxpn-HH, via l.uray
luxitrm «tally at.
Hurridbui'K and York Express.
Mall Tr *
I ( liatta
. 11.20 p.
S 2.14 p.
m assII.(ft a.
r and Fr« «l
Coliniibla ami York A
. 56 46 p. in.
U.I6, 7.45, 11.45
• lay, 7.45 a. in..
a. iu.. ami 10.» p
2.46 and H.I6 p. in.
H. I », 10.15aiid 11.45
H. 15, 3.45, 4.15, 4.4.6,
Paoll Train«, 8.10. 6. '
a. in.. 12.45, 1.45, 2.14
5.16. 5.46, 6.15,
in. <*n Sundny, 7.45,
5.15, 8.15 and 10.15 p.
Brvn Ma at T
8.15, 8.45, 10.16, 11.45 a.
2 ♦5, 3.lf s 3.4Î, 4.l\ 4.
9.45. 11.45«. IU.,1, 2.45. 5.
lu ster Kxprems
• Mbit loll, (i.D
5.15, 5.45. 6.45, 7.45, 1
9.45, 11.45, H. iu.. 1, 6.16 mid 10.15 p. hi.
Trains arrive—Proui PBUburK, 2.56 u
in.. 5.15, 7.25 n. in., dallv. h
Wiliam sport, 7.50a. in., dailv. «•
Buffalo and Nlaxara Fulls.
and 11.» p.
. in.. 1, 2.46,
45. M. 1
8, 6.10, 6.15, 6.45, 7.15, 7.45
., 12.45, 1.45, 2.14 2.16;
4.45, 5.15, -6.15, 8.15 6.45,
*. m. on Sunday, 7.4-6,
•I 10.15 p. in.
8 . 1- 1
i. On Sunday,7.46,
d 7.60 a.
3.20 n. in.,
except Monday. Froi
dally except Sunday,
and'Williamsport, 7.25 p.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION
FOR NEW YORK.
05, 3.20, 3.45, 6.50, 7.»,
Limited Exprès*, L»,
f ».»p. in..
•111 a. ii
20 P. m.) I. H, 4. 5
id 12.01 night. «
6.3". 7.45, K
II».lays, 3.05, 3.20, 3.45,
., 4, (Lliulte.1 Express. 5.20 ) 6.30, 7.45,
f., a 1 1 tlirough tral
City will» boats of •'Brooklyn
rellng direct transfer to Fulton
t, avoiding double ferriage ami Journey
is New York city.
id 8.9) p. in, and
Brooklyn. N. 6
For Hanover uud Gettysburg. 7.» a. in.
a 'ïf.Vïîïîîw"» «*»» 1 " lru ""' 7 ' J ' *'
why ,, ï' , ,| 1 r . , " üH| ' ; '' ,| ' Br * nü "' m " 3 * ,ul 6 ' 80
-, Trains arrive freon the West, 7.40 a. m., 5.05 and
it 7.1.-, p. .uuv. i-vom u-e noui-, l«.,
dally, except Monday, 6.05and7.16 p. in.
-akc. Ocean Beach,
•I Long B
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
New York, 6.56 and 8.40 a.
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
xpr. sb for New York, via Camden and Trenton,
•1 4.» p. m., t
for Tom'a Ru
ns, b. 'JO a. 11
, and 5.20 p. m.
d 5.20 p. in.
Tuckcrton, 8.20 a. in.
FROM BROAD STREET STATION.
Dally,except Sunday—Express for Luinbertvllle,
Easton, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton, Bing
hamton and Oswego, 7.32a. m., 12.01 and 6.00 p.
d Water Gap only, 4.00
ertvllle. 3p. m.
32 a. in., 12.01 an«,
eept Sunday— F
K<»r Flemliigton, '
Trains arrive daily
18.45 p. in.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION, FRONT
AND NORRIS STREETS.
day—Ex pres* f<
« Water G r
. 7.4U a.
*r I.am ben ville,
, Scranton, Blng
1.. 12.01, 5.36 p.m.
111-. 2.10 p.
Er Gap only, 4.35 p. in.
II. ; 12.01 and 3.35 p. in.
I 10.» a.
ts, 83o Chestnut
will call for and
Street Slat I
••k baggage from hotel« and
il«* and full Information ci
No. 838 Chestnut street,
S. K. cor. Broad aud Chestnut
. No. 11« Market street,
( No. 4Cheltou
CHARLES E. PUGH, General Manager,
.1. K. WOOD, General Passenger Agent.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK—STEEL RAILS.
SPLKN DID SUE N ERY,MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL
NO EFFECT OCTOBKU 1, 1882—
TrniiiH leave Itulilmore city time,
ill, dully except Sunday, for
rlh and West. 7.» a.
d Limited Express, dally
•1 Watkins Express, ex
.. .10.46 a.
nger, daily except
. 5.30 p.
. 8.45 p.
Express, dally .
Buffalo Express, except
. 11.16 p.
AccomuiHdation, 8.» and 6.» jp. in.,
•cutSunday. Sunday only, 9.» a. m.
ill. Accommodation, ».», 11.30 a. in.,
8.(gi, 10.on, 11.» p. in. On Sunday,
North and Webt,
»Il pointe East,
I rt Station, at North«
I ralvcrt street*, and
d checked at hotels and
left at office, nertheast
ami Calvert street*.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAIL
FROM CALVERT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT DECEMBER 24, 1882.
For Washington, 7 a. in. 8.16 and 8.56 p. in.,
dally, except Sunday, aud 4.20. 7.35, 9.46 and
and 11.35 a. in., and 6.00 and 7.10 p. m., dally.
For Pope's ( '.eck Line, 7.00 a. m. and 4,10 p. m.,
dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00 a. in, dally except Sunday,
and 5.00 p.
aud the South ut A20 and 9.45 a
in., dally, and 3.15 p. in..Molly exceptSunday
For the South via Virginia Midland Railroad, a
., dally, and 8.66 p.m., except Sunday
7.10 1*. in.. Sunday only.
For White Sulphur and C. and O. R. R., at 4
a. m., daily.
For Norfolk via l'otoinac River steamers, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 11.36 a. in.
FROM UNION STATION.
For Washington, 4.30. 6.60, 7.06, 7.46, 9.60, 11.40
a. m., 2.55, 3.25, 5.10, 7.20, 9.06 p. m. On Sun
day, 4.», 0.50, 7.45, 9.60, 11.40 a. m., 6.10 and
For Vu. Midland Road, at 4,80 a. m., dally, 8.06
., except Sunday. 7.20p.m., on Sunday
ForC.au. Uuail, 4.30a. m., dally, 2.56;p. m.,
except on Sunday.
FROM 1'ENNSYLVANIA-AVENUE STATION
For Washington, 6.56, 7.10, 7.60, 9.66 and 11.48 a.
in.. 3.» 5.15, 7.26and 9.10 p. m. On Sunda
6.55, 7.50, 9.55 and 11.48 a. m., 6.15 .and 7 t
For Annapolis, 7.10 a. m., dally except Sunday;
5.15p. in., dally.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE
At 6.40, 8.00. «.30 and 10.89 a.
6.20, 7.», 9.50 and 10.20 p. I
8.Ü0, y.80 a.
m., 1.80. 4.20, 4.40,
i. >On Sundays,
. . 4 20. 6.20, 7.80, 9.80and lu.» p
.... i. BYWpOOrOen. Fa««. Agt.
CHARLES R, PUflH, General Manager.
HAlI.hU AD z.zvtn.
'IMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MLU1EI. FAST UNK, AM» THIS ONLY
THE BIST AND THE WEHT, via WAUIIINU
IMIUIII.E THACKI JANNV CO®PI.**!
SOH ED *lPrJtVk k
'lnclnn.ttl, Rt. i.oul* Fast Ex
0. Palace Sleeping Car« to
fllnctnnntl, »t. Lnnl* «ml Chicago.
4.40 tWashington «n<l way station*. <\A.
.ViDLANI») Booth west, Richmond, (via
(Jüan tl co. )
6.80 lUUcott City and way »laiton*.
(1.40 Washington ami way station*.
7.10 tWashington Kxnr«-»«.
7.16 ANNAPOLIH, IfTAITNTON AND WASH
INGTON EX. and station*on Metropoli
1 Pled mont. Stratduirg, Winchester, Hag
< retown, rriMlerlck ami way stations, via
Main Stein. (On Sunday to Kliicntt City
0.00 lï'mWBt! KO.ClNOINNAT1. HT. I.OCTH,
WAHIUNUTON ANM rOl.l HBl'O KN
FKKHS .lull v, au, I ( IlKALd .Inllv .»• . p
Saturday. (lUrhinoud and the South, via
quanilco). Sleeping earn, Baltimore to Cin
, Louisville and (lilrago J
Parlor Car«, Chicago .Mi nett«
Sleeping Cars, Grafton to
n to Oiksfu.
ally except Saturday.
Washington and way «ta Ion«. Annmpo
AND LAUREL EX
12.18 Washington, Annapolis and way.
1.» jOn »unday only, for Washington and
dt City and war- »tatlon«.
Ington and Way Htatlons.
. Quantlco, except Sunday). <
licet at Washington with LA ». C. Co., on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and with
Potomac Steamboat'Co. on Tuesday, Thurs
«1 Saturday for Old Point Comfort,
EXPRESS. »tope at
Jessup'i Annapolls Junction, Laurel an«l
Winchester, Hagerstown, Frederick and
6.00 ♦Washington, Annapolis and way.
5.20 tFrederick and way Htatlons.
6.20 MartliiHburg and way station«.
6.28 t Washington and way stations.
7.» ♦ Pittsburg,Cleveland and Detroit Express.
RAO. PalaceHleeplng Cahi to Pittsburg.
♦CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS,
WASHINGTON AND C<»f.UMRt'8 EX
PRESS'. B. AO. Palan- Sleeping ( 'are to
Cincinnati. St. Lou Ip and Chicago, Lynch
burg and the Soutli, via Va. Midland.
9.15 ton Sunday onlv, for Mt. Airy and way.
11.16 Mt. Airy and way station*.
11.» Washington and war stations.
Leave for Metropolitan Branch, 7.15 a. m, tl.»
aud2|5bn. in. For Rock ville, ♦9.00 a. m.
All trains stop at Relay except 3.00 a. in.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE:
6.00 («.», 6.60, 0.46. 8.10, tt.OO, 10.00 a. in.;
12.10, tl.26, 2.20, t2.»r>3.00, «.», 4.30, 14.40, t5.4ft,
♦7.00, 7.30, 19.40and 11.» p. m.
ll>«Uy. ^Sunday only. Ollier train* dally,
Baggage called for and checked at hotels
Ticket office», 162
WKHlr BALTIMORE STREET, N. W. tkir. Cal
vert: CAMDEN STATION
W. M. CLEMENTS,
Mastor of Transportation.
m order« left
•I 81 SOUTH
C. K LORD,
Gen. Pas*. Ax« nl.
arsAHHH ir links.
United states mail steamers
Sail Weekly to
NEW YORK and GLASGOW, via LONDON
Csblji Passage, pw to fso. item ms |H0 to 8140
Second Cabin,f4<>. tun» Ticket*,|76.
Steerage prepaid, #21. Outward,
l*o«iM'iiger aceoiiimouation« are unexcelled. Al
Stateroom* «»n Main Deck. P;«»m ug« rn b«iok«u
at tewest rates to «»r from Germany, Italy
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
For books of "Tours In Scotland, ''rates, idau«,
p., apply to HENDERSON KKOTIIERS. N
York, or SAMUEL F. BETTS
1». Lc< 'arpenter, DuPont's Mills, WII
KTKOK ALARM CLOCK, with Lumi
nous Com poult I on line. Time
1 1 neu y at night. NOTHIN« î BEL LN SO
RAPIDLY. »900 a month easily tonde. Send
82.54 lor sample, or 3-cent stamp Tor full purtlc
CLOWKSfc FRINBIEJ funeral Agent«,
jaii!8-l-14 Waterbary, Conn
i: ! UI
6 ' 80
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUC DCS
Taten ted, October 16th, 1876.
—On* box of—
N|j. 1 will eure
. 2 will cu
:r of how long (Handing.
Nj> nauseous of enhebs,
afindal wood, that are c«*rt*lu to
ïpula by destroying the coating* of
rti. e, ||..60. Sold !,;• «11 druggist*
:c«|!t»t of price. For further partir u:
lour day* or less,
the most obstinate
O. B»X, 1,6«.
•L V. ALLAN CO.,
$30,000 lor $2.
In the city of LOUISVILLE,
Saturday, March 31st., 1883.
<Jn the tost day of e*ch month (Sunday* eg
excepted). Repeated adjudication by Fédéral and
»Uta Courts have placed this company beyond
»r the law. To this Company
h«. tl.— 1 The Company ha* now on hand a large
capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the list
ofprlzt« for the
overey « _
belongs the *ole honor of having Jnaugu
only plan by which their drawings ar
h< 4 U« 't and fair beyond question.
10 , 0(0
10 , «0
10 Prizes, l,000 each...
20 " 600 " ..
9 •• 100 ••
WHOLE TICKETS, 92. HALF TICKETS, ftl.
27 Ticket*,8*0; 56 Tickets, $L00.
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or *( nd
bjy K.x nres*. Don't send by Registered Letter or
Post Office Order, Orders of |5 and upward b
Express, can be sent at our expense. Address a
ojr«fer* to H. M. HOARDMAN, (Jourler-Journal
tiding, Lmdsvlile Kv. 4.?^ ♦
RHEUMATISM AND GOUT CURED
can e.-dabliBh by a ctuun of ovidenoq
inquiry but makes stronger, that w<
lif real, or rudicul remedy lor Rheuiqatlc
and wo put that evidence within the reach
>f every sufferer without rnnnry and without price, vre
laim timt no ono but tlie feol will turn to it u dou)
«iir, or « lose lila eye» to t ho glad itdingt we bring4c
his blighted life. Iu juste e to u«, to you, to your
Jp peu tien l families, aud to thd coneu in ffiatjun of y
I lu's ambition before you were «trlcken .(Jown by
ill.-or so, we ask you to go with us for a i«4v iftofnenie
t|> the home«« of some who have drank of tfteaotf
of life and are now full of tha joy qf health, fydy tq
tell to tiie world their glad experience. We will give
you no false statement, and make no assertto) Which
tannot, by projier inquiry (by letter or I .tough
^ P*obed to Um bottom and foun.l to bo rm|
frtlk Cbroule Obeumaltam «Mayyears.
20 H " L ng * ,W4 F ** rl ft 4 *» »ro«klm-8erare Bh*
Oummer.r, 34T B.IU. »1., »rookl/u - Acu
_ lo Rhenmatlo Gout« Team .
Hoohalçr, M« Coui I ftl., Broaktyu—«ctatioa HhetnnaUls*
01000 ia otber ai^dlaiuea sud
Mr. Narln. 461 Third At_
|l»m 4 «oars.
Mr. Majlaod. V» Balnbrld«o Bt., Brooklfn-Xe
taatory and Chronic KtaeumaUsm and
Bheumauim for yi
ua, Brooklyu— Ohronle Bheoaiu.
t4th 8t., Brooklyr—
C ra; "had tried ererjUiln«."
r York €tty—Cbroota Rheumailam
wa, 64 Qrova St., Ne» York—t. rr
I W«M Si.,
Wood, 104 Booth St., Me« Tork-Chrool*
wloh At., Mt« York— (Jbroolt Rhea.
Mr. Abruu. 77 <
I Mow gtra tbl* BiMtttr daurvad atuntlou, or wrlta oa for
circular» with Ollier parikulara, sod you «111 blaka the daa
you an« thia adraritaement. H
KImore, Adams & Co.. 96 Atlantic Av..
•»«ft. •»< w* wiUuu. mu.i.r.c.
t >an vino.
. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
s e bjKrfc-^
(Fourth Floor, )
ISTNow open for the reception of pupil«
for the Second Quarter.
GENTLEMEN'8 Oî*ASB— Monday «ml Tl»ure
day »*venlnK«, from 8 to 10 «'clock.
LA DIE* AND CHILDREN'» CLAaB-Thure
davs from 6 to 6 p. m., »aturday« from 1.» to
4.» p. m.
i* «I w
The latest dances to be lanaht during second
quarter are La Kusse waltz, Ripple wait*. Col logt
Lancers and Universal Quadrtne.
r ] ,(
CHOICE or DATS.
School*, seminaries or private claaae« I» the
city or out of town should confer with me as soon
as practicable for choice of days.
h apply »>
For terms, circular,
H. F. ROBELEN%
No. 710 Market street,
or by mall to
A. 8. WEBSTER,
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, Del.
S, H. STAATS,
No. 40Ô Markft Street,
Has Just opened an elegant stock of
, ami will be sold at LAST
Many of the ab«
Also, Just receive«! * beau
Suitable lor Trimming Undergarments.
H () SIER Y
cLr>slnx <>ut some O.id
Lots of Ladles'
FANCY HOSIERY !
early one-hair the regular price, In
make room I«
NEW SPRING STOCK.
lt> InureaNlng In imnu
lartty every «lay. a* ladle*
find It the MOST COM
FORTAHLE and PER
»ay it give
I the beat sat
of any corset
they ever seid.
— KOII SAI.K ONLY 1IY—
R. L. RUBS ELL,
31fi Market Street.
Ha KINg powder
LT /ÉTX, 3
T HE PERFECTIOM Qe GREATEST DISC0^ R w
SCIENCE OF THE ACE
FULL STRENGTH. NEVER FAILS
. tar Always a handsome Chromo.
IST' Often a large Picture Book and
^"Sometimes a good Stem-Winding
pet Ask your grocer for it.
JOHN DAVIS & SONS,
736 Arch Street, Phila.
IMPOKTKH8 AND MANUFACTURERS
(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL)
A FULL LINE OF
.tough Gent'«. Ladle«', MUm and UhUdren'« FURS,
bo rm| 0 f all kind«. Bole mannfkctarare of
DAVIS' PATENT HAND PROTECTOR,
ON HÀNO AND MÀDK TO OKOKK.
Special Attention Paid to Fitting and
Lengthening Seal Sacquea.
The only article ever made that will keep y«ur
bonds worn white ^riving in Cold we-***—
J^INDEMAN PIANOS l
A 7-octave Steinway Square.
A 7-octave Chase Square.
Haine« Upright, anil a Une 7W oct.
171 & 173 W. Fourth St.
piRST NATIONAL T, ,ANK
FIN A NCIAL AUKN |>
1,1 l NIT ED
Kpwaitp gurrt, p r «wi.i.
äao. b A ItM 4 *Tk<
l'Alu CP CAPITAL,
IH Rif TTOIto :
i* «I w at «1
•'"'■O II, A, Un).
Jauit'M C. MrCdnik
«NHMI«dÆ!A"î , ÏÙ
r ] ,( W ARTOANS SAVING BAVK.
IfO. Ml MABKET RTIlKEr
UctnuoBAmi- <i anuaut -ith. i #1
jnl.rlv rnAdi. in April ,nd o«ah2 n
jdeml. »renot wlthlrawn u,.y
— -.»h—*'IA. Tliui. IM-rni.n-.Qt .!-'].■ ..I.,
lb«ir Inlwnl Drtc, Iu i-acIi y.'.r (1M 1' ,11
dement B. Sffiyth,
Georg- \\, n u ,|,
beorge !!. u„ H „ t
M. L. LlClltciiSIrlii
Ed ward parti ngtoa
•J.V ',,b. JscksoiL
AnthsayHlfc 118 '*
K. T. TAVLOK. 'rres.ii»
J. M. MATHBB, *a,m„
H. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
. BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets
D«-lawure Rallroa I.
It •! v
sell stock- »li
ds «*n rntnmbiksj
iters ol cmllt avatliiMi in»li ugflftui'thr »jrtf
1 d I A ils on Kautanil. '
• i Hwit*i*rlxml iHNiiHii.
IIBWRY L. HAYMOND. ALOKZO bXWKS**
J KNRY L. RAYMOND A CO.,
NuS. 4 AND« PINE 8TRK1-T, N.
Buy an«l soll I«
moderate margin all ««viiritier «Irai: : at
the New York Stock Exchamre. K.ra
clo«h privileg«*« .»t favorable rule«, l'irtia
distantly located from Wall -!r«d
wishing to Invest «ums
from $5d to f 1 ,'DOO, are tiivUod to]
write for us for particular'i. Coniplm
Financial Report maile«l free. Small uni«»!
executed'at current rhf«*8. Ri'ferto bankm,
Members of N. Y. Block Exchauno, Othcisk
of New York Central Railroad 0o., r.o4
>ro rain cut Manufacturing ami MercmtUi
lut in cos Houses. Ref«TMi'*«i- and RrM
inatV l «m kpnliontlon,
In vest men!,
'i* : i#H4
» ;-;?* •
Ä av uiii
!» -* £ ' ri
jff» . nthll'
■n*.• do otw
H. H. WARNER Ä CO.
ROCHESTER. ft.Y _
A Co., Bankers, and l*ostmast*r, *
Pamphlet of Inatruottons free.
ft Nought tth d ^ „nil *
PURE £■> g
CA< 1HARK AHf)BA VALLK» •
Hie Calcutta Tea Byudlcate, I» w * n «vll^L
«fautg r*-*- _ -j
WMhlu«Um, D. 'J.l
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