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LETTENS AND TELCQHAMS
TH2 ÜAZF.TTE,
Wiiminutum, Del.
♦ '
WILMIMOTOM, TUKSÜAT, »ARCB 2C
Stick to the Amendment.
Tbe movement started at the meeting of
the Young'Men's Republican Club, on Sat
urday uight, to prevent tbe success of tbe
proposed amendment to the Constitution
granting increased representation to New
Castle county by endeavoring to create a
public sentiment in favor of the district
system, should not be countenanced for an
instant by the Legislature or the people who
wish to see this vexed question satisfactorily
settled.
In the first place, we believe this new
movement to be utterly devoid of sincerity
and purely for political eflect. During all
the discussion of the subject, commencing
early in January, the Republicans of Wil
mington preserved a profound silence, even
when the Bates bill, providing for asubstau
tial increase by direct legislation, was under
consideration. As long as everything was at
sea they kept their distance, but when it
became apparent that the Legislature was
likely to adopt a constitutional amendment
making a liberal increase iu New Castle
county 's representation, they became
troubled with a mortal fear that something
was going to be doue, and hastened to set
their " district scheme " in motion, in tbe
hope of dividing public sentiment to an ex
tent sufficient to induce the Legislature to
take no action in the matter at all.
The cheekiest part of the whole procedure
is the presumption oi the Young Men's Re
publican Club in inviting the Jefferson Club
aud other Democratic organizations to
"join with them" in calling a public meet
ing lu the interest of district representation.
It is rather late in tbe day to create an agita
tion in favor of such a decided legislative
reform, and had the disinterested patriots
of the Y. M. R. C. manifested half
their present iuterest two mouths
ago, they would have received hearty
co-operation and assistance from the ranks
of their political opponents. But since tbe
entire question has been coulined, as far as
public interest is concerned, to the Demo
cratic people, who have patiently labored
until the pathway has been opened for a
satisfactory measure of reform, it woûld be
folly to deliberately abandon all that has
thus far been gained for the purpose oi urg
ing a measure that has no reasonable hope
oi success at this late day.
We see by our Dover correspondence this
morning that tbe amendment will probably
be reported to the House to-day. As the
subject has been fully ventilated it would
be well for both Houses to put a stop to use
less agitation by adopting the amend meut
without any unnecessary delay.
When it is considered that the appro
priation for public printiug alone for the
current year reaches the enormous sum of
two-and-a-hulf millions of dollars, the ridic
ulous practice of issuing the Vonyrentional
Record for days after the adjournment of
Congress, solely for the purpose of printiug
the undelivered speeches of departed states
men, assumes the phase of criminal extrava
gance. The Record is of mighty little use
during the session, aud as a continuous pub
lication it is a costly nuisance.
by
Owing
the determined opposition
manifested by his colleagues, it is uot likely
that the wretched murderer, Dukes, will at
tempt to take the seat in the
Pennsylvania Legislature to which he
elected last fall. .Should he
have the hardihood to put iu an appearance
and claim his official prerogative of being
sworn in v be will immediately thereafter be
summarily expelled in deserved disgrace.
Tue bill lor the incorporation of the
Fruit Exchange was introduced at Dover
yesterday, and will doubtless be passed
without opposition. The projectors of the
movement hope to make the Exchange a
valuable medium of communication betweeu
the fruit growers and the commission mer
chants of the large cities.
Dub«x(
ession of Congress
seven Senators ami half-a-dozen Represen
tatives installed their sons
THE RECENT
ephews in
the comfortable committee clerkship berths.
There's nothing like feeding the whole fam
ily at the public crib wheu the conditions
favorable.
The murder of Mrs. Carlton, at Water-'
Sunday night,
seems to be as profound a mystery as the
yet undiscovered assassination of Mrs. Bel 1,
iu Bos ton, which occurred nearly a year
ago.
town, Massachusetts,
The sixteenth week of the Star Route
trial began yesterday, and
been the recent proceedings that outside of
Washington but little public interest la felt
iu the farce.
tedious have
tried to asdaabinate Lady Florence
Dixie i will doubtless become as historical
aud unanswerable a question
query, " Who struck Billy Patterson ?"
Wi
the famous
A WlggiiiHite.
[Norristown Time».]
The people of Huntingdon Valley have the
laugh on C. 8. Clayton, the celebrated auc
tioneer au<l genial boni face of the hostlery.
In expectation of Wiggins' storm he had the
hay sheds, connected with the hotel, firmly
fastened to the ground, and used every
other precaution for the safety of his prop
erty. The storm didn't come.
' 'Hough
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants,
bed-bugs, skunks, chipmuuks, gophers. 15
cents. Druggists.
ISright'H Disease. Diabetes.
Beware of the stuff that pretends to cure
these diseases or other serious Kidney,
Urinary or Liver Diseases, as they only re
lieve for a time aud makes you ten times
worse afterwards, hut rely solely on Hop
Bitters, the ouly remedy that will surely
and permanently c
removes the cause of disease so effectually
that It never returns. a
IlHtH. ' '
you. It destroys aud
PREHISTORIC UKLAWA RK.
Tl»« Ttuie When I K» I uw «re. New Jersey
Mud Furt ol renueylvuiilu W«r# ünd«r
Water.
l Philadelphia 1»
the telescopic eye of the Imagination be
turned back into the dim recenses of the
past; if it be directed upon that period of
the world'* W»tory antecedent to the settle
ment of Kew Jersey by some hundreds of
thousands of years, and if the uncertain
light of that prehistoric age l>e concentrated
upon the focus established by modern scien
tific investigation, it will be discovered that
where the good city of Philadelphia now
stands was once a wide, troubled waste of
waters. So deep was the flood that the tall
est tower of the tall City Hall would not
have reached to within a half mile
of the surface. So much, at least, has been
found out by a patient Delaware geol
ogist, into whose well-stacked library a
Pres* reporter stumbled some days since
while roamiug through Kent county iu
search of rural sensations. Against the
wall of the cosy study hung a huge map,
whereon were depicted the various towns,
villages, creeks and cross roads of that little
State, together with the dates of the crea
tion, discovery or establishment of each.
Books and papers lay scattered in confusion,
and upon the cheek of the geologist there
burned an enthusiasm begotten of some
years of patient study and Investigation. To
the reporter he unfolded the result of his
labor, which the reporter in turn will briefly
describe and in his own language.
.J
If
and
can
no
but
for
is
of.
can
as
PREHISTORIC FACTS.
good while ago, before Moaes was
thought of, the Atlantic Octau stretched,
with high water line, diagonally across New
Jersey and New Castle county, Delaware,
down through Kent county, Maryland, to
Talbot county, and thence over the Western
Shore into Virginia. At this time the val
leys of lower New York and Eastern Penn
sylvania, including Bucks, Chester, Mont
gomery and Delaware counties, were
covered in places with water. A violent
agitation broke down tbe barriers forming
an opening lor the Susquehanua. Tbe
mighty flood pushed the then ocean line to
Delaware City, where the canal now
and buried all loose matter, such as ihells
and sand, under 30 feet of water. The high
water mark of this period is clearly shown
by the mold fouud at this distance under
the surface of the ground. Phosphate
beds were made, which aftewards were so
lidified into coal deposits. The ocean, still
advancing, carried far out over the high
water mark huge boulders, clay in masse»
aud clay in solution. The grit aud sand
were washed free aud eddied in every direc
ttou. At the first opportunity they settled,
aud the primary step had been taken iu the
iormattou of a Peninsula. It was this cre
ation by jerks, as it were, which resulted in
the peculiarly irregular character of the
Delaware soils and sub-soils, and the geuural
facing of the drift south aud from left to
right. Little by little the laud was formed,
like bars at the mouths of creeks. In dig
ging w'ells in Kent county and the lower
part oi New Castle couuty a distinct mold
line will be found from 50 to 100 feet below
the surface.
A
and
Next
is
are
the
Third
A UEO LOGICAL SURVEY.
The ouly geological purvey ol the State
ever attempted was made in 1888 by James
C. Booth, aud he
continuous strata of tbe clay bed« of New
Castle county. The iron ores iu the western
part of the upper portion of the State, which
so thoroughly commingled with the soil
and sub-soil, giving the rust color and fine
flavor to all fruits, hut particularly to the
peach: retaining moisture in
degree; and iu many places converting the
gravel iuto "hard pan," were washed from
beds of Pennsylvania, and held
ith the clay and
copperas, which
unable to discover any
unusual
llie
evenly iu solution
mud deposits,
has 1 K.*eii found iu such quantities in
Sussex county
I Hr
to excite the hope
that it might be profitably worked ae bog
ore, was deposited by leaktug swamps from
adjacent soils. This process may also ex
plain the existence of the gold tound a few
months since in the chimney of an old
house iu laurel, the discovery of which
threw the neighborhood iuto intense excite
ment and nearly resulted in the demolition
of every chimney in the town. The
gold was no doubt swept, along with the
loose mud, from the gold-bearing deposits
upon which Philadelphia is built. In this
connection ex-Goveruor Pollock says, that,
could the precious metal be extracted there
would be yielded a thick gold leaf two
inches square to every brick. It may be the
leaking of this aurum which gives the pecu
liar flavor to the Schuylkill water. The
water-holding sinks or basius s > numerous
on the Peninsula's dividing ridge were most
likely made by the surface eddies, just as
basins are to-day found at the mouth of our
creeks. The steady, onward march of the
waters from their original line is observable
everywhere. Iu the north of the State are
rocks, but, as the south is reached, the saud
becomes more and more plentiful, showing
how the ocean pushed it betöre it, dropping
rocks and boulders as loug as the supply
lasted, aud keeping the light sand in ad
vance, in constantly increasing quantities,
like snow before a sweeper, and finally
hunching it In vast masses around Lewes,
and from there to Berlin aud Ocean City.
Sussex's famous cypress swamp stands an
anomaly in the sandy formation. The
present growth is four feet above a vast
forest, long since buried, which may, iu
time, have superseded, at a similar height,
another growth; aud thus the process may
have gone on forages. Even now, a second
cypress swamp is forming above the present
, aud along the Indiau River.
to
at
TUE ORIOINAL SWAMP.
At the time oi the formation of the origi
nul swamp,the ocean line probably extended
in about a straight line from the mouth of
Milford creek to the west side of tin* swamps.
The receding of the water, and the with
drawal ol the pressure, was followed by a
falling oil of the currents, which dropped
their deposits along the then water line.
Thus was made a basin of red clay, cut
from the new formed river channels, while
the light sands washed from these clays
were carried by the currents further out,
taken up by the wave action of the ocean,
und deposited as a reef, where now exists
the saud ridge from Millsboro to Dag&boro.
The sinking of the waters left the entire
Peninsula high and dry, aud tbe great baslu
remained an iulet, to grow up as a cypress
swamp.
To touch again on the drifts aud eurreuts
and their sources, it Is likely that a large
portion of the Peninsula below Indian river
was formed by the Susquehanna. What ac
tion was exerted by the Delaware river wa.
accomplished at first when the waterhead
was very great, rushing the eurreuts to their
extremes* limit of pulsation iuto the ocean.
One other peculiar formation, that of the
Lewes saud dunes, remains to be men
tioned. The saud pushed down from New
Castle by the ourushlng waters was aug
men ted by that washed up from the sea,aud
twisted aud rolled into immense hillocks, _
variable as woman's desires, us treacherous
as a gambler's affection, and a perpetual
source of dauger. The forests have been
swallowed up remorselessly by tbe dunes
and buried beyond the shadow of a chance
of future discovery.
Such in brief is the theory of B. M. John
son of Smyrna. He claims that it is sup
ported throughout by reliable geographical
investigation.
1,
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of
15
re
a
If Nearly Dead
after taking some highly puffed-up stuff,
with long testimonials, turn to Hop Bitters,
aud have no fear of any Kidney or Urinary
troubles, Bright's Disease, Diabetes or
Liver Complaint. These diseases caunot
resist the curative power of Hop Bitters; be
sides it is tho best family medicine on earth.
Care for Rheumatism.
Those who are afflicted with rheumatism
can be permanently cured by Dr. J. B.
Welch, 503 West street. Different remedies
for different forms. Can furnish unques
tionable references.
You can have an accidental policy
yourself for $5,000, or 25 per week if h
by applying to J. K. Sutterly, hgent. No.'
302 Market street. Send or call and get
Office up stairs, open iu the
on
urt,
papers.
evening.
JOHN WANAMAKEE'K
I
New
Tuesday : Clearing and cold.
a.
Millinery Opening, Thursday
and Friday of this week, before
Easter. It is to be a distin
guished Opening. Particulars
to-morrow.
New
Southeast corner of main building.
a.
upon
An evening dress stuff so
quietly brilliant, so modestly
rich, so delicate, so softly beau
tiful. Is it possible that any
thing of such speaking beauty
can be made of wool and silk ?
The French maker calls it
Crepe Siamoise, or Siamese
crape; but' that name conveys
no intimation of what it is. We
associate crape with mourning;
but this belongs to rejoicing.
We are going to make a name.
We shall call it Diamond Dust;
for it is sprinkled all over with
points of glistening light. It
is impossible for the mind to
stop to inquire what it is made
of. It is Diamond Dust. There
can be nothing in it so prosaic
as wool; nothing so smooth as
silk. It is Diamond Dust.
These are the colors :
5.40
Fast
Eric
Mall
a.
Ivory
sîfïou
lilac
pink
pearl
light
and it is not so costly as you
think; $1.25; 23-inch.
blue
Next outer circle. Thirteenth-«
ret entrance.
11
in.
5.15,
8.15,
2.46,
7.45,
9.45.
9.4.5,
Ruches insist upon atten
tion. Everything allied to laces
is uppermost. For a year or
two when ruches have been
"out of fashion," we have
bought many, made a great
mauy more, and imported a
few; so that we never had
fewer than a hundred different
styles. But now, when they
are in high favor, there is a
new sparkle in them. One ol
the latest innovations i*s the
combination of colors with
white, by introducing silk
fringe and tiny ribbons with
crepe lisse. But very extrava
gant ones are made in white
alone. The variety is constantly
changing.
Third circle, southwest from center.
Orange and Harne silk ties
and neckerchiefs.
First circle, northwest fro
cent* r.
French coutil cornets of five
shapes, at two-thirds; all good.
We have a corset at $3.85,and
another that you can't tell
apart from it at $2.25; only
they are not the same make.
The latter is the end of an im
porter's stock. Ladies who
know the sort are buying them
to lay by. * There are two
shapes at this price. Two
others at $1.75 are like two
at $2.25 in the same way. And
there is one at $1 that is the
same as another at $1.35.
We have 1,700 of these five
shapes; a large number; but
they are going fa.st, even be
fore we could gelt a word of
them in the papers.
Ka»
rcade, front cuunUir, laoT,
id 13
h«»
Some recent books :
"Figures of the F
From Llie leave» of old
MmrnaL. Joslah Qu Inoy. i2ino. «1. 15; by mail.
ling Men of Janan, " With
... m »ry of l, ie Empire. Charte» Laumaii.
liuio. 81.50; by mail. 91.84,
•DauG*Gabriel Itossettl. '' A
William Sharp.
"Reminiscence»
Revolution." A.
Si.90; by mall, $2.10.
Charles Darwin.*'
printed from Nature. 12
«5 cent»
' '•'""«'J Monroe. " ID - jj. c. Gilman, President
or John Hopkins C'ulverbUy, Vof. VI. ol
malV r ° *«010. «5 cent»; by
"Recollections or Arthur Penrby
.. " r jyntinUiUliir." (it„r K e <i
Bradley, D. I). 12m. 75 cents; by ntull, 85
historical
•cord and u study.
82.35; hy mall, 92.50.
d M» in.»rial» of Men of the
B- Muzzey. Small 8vo.
Memorial n otlce». Re
. «0 cents; by mall.
Stan ley, late
rille
correspondenoe of Thomas Carlyle aud JKalph
M aldo Emerson* 18M to 1872. *' Charles Eliot
ai°80 0,1 ' 2 vwllUne!l - 12m«. $3.00; by jnall,
the Desert. ' "
....... - r .... 1 . t * ,v - »«nr T M. Kidd, I>. U.,
Î V'. or *£t »• rom t lut „r Klllarm
Çoideii Horn, e tc." 12m. (ISO; by
Ice I aek und Tundra." An aec<
ch ol the .G amu t
through Siberia. By
of Schwatka'B search,
lustration»
"Outline
*y to i
il, CI.Ü6.
I of 1
the
An account
tte, aud a sledge Journey
■ Win. H. Gilder, author
da
.. with map*
a., fo.iK»; by mall, *1.26.
v. î ir °iB„ ril i ong on M*«* Old Testament.'*
J® 1 * "•„ 12mo. 91.16; by mall, Ml.dO.
rZ0 K• '' Encyclopæn'a of Religious
Knowledege. Voume 1. 8vo, $5.30: by mail,
of .' l,e Ancient Worm." In
i»si« Assyria, Babylonia, Persia,
India, Phanlcia, Etruria, Greece, Koine.
George Kowllusou. 12mo 75 iieni»- i,v mail
86cent». ' 0 ,n * u '
Any book got.
North of Thirteenth-street entrau
John Waj.^amaker,
(KD
UNE»
IHK
PHILADKLPHIA./IL- fig
I , MINUTMN NI) MK
BALTIMOKf UAU.Kif 1>.
MAKI II, 4Ui. Well.
Trains will leave VlltefM* « follows for :
New
THE
Baltimore and Bay Llm-4.S7 p.
Baltimore and Waahinron—1.42,
a. m. 1.00, *1.00, 6.00,1.67, 11.04
Baltimore only—1.0&, )«„,
IM, 11.54 a. m.
1.05, 5.17 A
•12.
ta station
4.40
4.51, 0.00 ».17
p. m.
. 12.» and
Trains lor Delaware {vision leave for:
New Castle—«.0U, 9. item. 1.06, 4.00, 8.26 p. in,
and 12.66 night.
Harri u
1.06,
Delmar and Intoruiedue italiens— 9.10 a. m.
1.06 p. in.
6.10
yygn and lutermdlate stations—6.10 a. m
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and lutermdlate stations—6.10a.m.
12.00 m. «.au. 7.», 9.51 p. m.
Philadelphia and New Lrk-2.00, 2.» a.
6.48, 7.28 p. m■
Baltimore and Washington—1.41, 4.51. 5.06, ».17,
a. in. 11.04 p. m.
Baltimore—1.06 a. m.
For further luformaton passengers are
ferred to the time tables >osted at the depot.
ÄFTralns marked thu: (•) are limited express
upon which extra fare lebarged.
J. B. WOOD, Ornerai Passenger Agt.
CH AS. E. PUGH. Ueeral Manager.
m. 5.17,
j^elaware
WEITERN RAILROAD.
CHANGE «F HOURS.
On and after JUNE 40ft, 1682, trains will run as
follows:
Lear® Wilmington 7.<M 10.60, a. m; 6.60 p. m.
Arrive at Lanuenlx-rg 8.60 a. m; 14.00 noon.
5.40 p. tn.
Leave Landanberg «.«*. m: 12.80 p. ra.
Arrive at Wllmtnsux 8.00 a. m: 2.16 p. m.
D. CONNELL. Superintendent.
PENNSYLVANIA 1A1LROAD.
ON AND AFTER 1KCKMBEK 26, 1882,
MAINLINE.
TRAINS LEAVE RROJD STREET STATION.
•Daily. fDatly, excep Sunday.
"New York aud Uhlcaco Limited" of
Pullman Palace
Fast Line, Pittsburg am the West
Western Express.
Pacific Express West .
Harrisburg Express.
Niagara Express.
Watkins Express..
Eric Mall
except Saturday.
Kane Express.
Lock Haven Express.
Martlnsliurg Express ...
Chamhemburg and llaterstown Ex pi
8.10and 11.06a. in.. dail% 11.26p. in. V
bershurg only, 6.40 i>. in.
Shenandoah Valiev liiilroad every
week day at 8.10 a. tn., and New Or
leans Expresa, via l.uny mud Clialta
ga, dally at. 11.20 p. in
Harri »burr and York Express.I 5.40 a. m
Mall Train.• 7.00a. iu
Harrisburg Accominndaloti.f 2.14 p. lit
York and Hanover K.xp«ss.| 8.10 a. m
York, Hanover and Fmerick Ex pressai. 06 a. in
Columbia and York Acmmmodatfon. ..44 44 p. m
Parkesburg Train.45 45 p. m.
Downliiglown Acronnnidatlon, «.16, 7.45, 11.45
a. in., and 10.20p, in. )n Sunday, 7.45 a. in.,
d M. 15 p. in.
•11.20 a. m
•11.05 a. m
* 9.05 p. m
•11.20 p. m
• 4.10 a. m
4 8.10 a. in
111.65 a. w
11.20 p. m
.1 8.10 a. m
■ Si 1.06a. ni
lll.06a. m
Buffalo ixpresn, dally
■44.40
Cham
11 i
Paoll Trains,
a. in.. 12.46, 1.
«.10, «.U 7.45, 8.16, 10.16and
.45, 2.14,2.46, 8.16. 8.46, 4.16,
6.15. 5.45, 6.15, «.45, 7.A 9.15, 10.90 and ll.Wn.
in. On Suuday, 7.45, 9J»aud 11.46 a. m.. 1, 2.t\
5.15, 8.15 and 10.15
Bryn Ma wr Trains, 6.10, «.16, «.46, -7.^ 7.46
8.15, 8.45. 10.15, 11.45 a. n.. 12.46. 1.45. 2.14 2.16;
2.46, 3.15, 3.45, 4.15, 4.4, 4.45, 5.15, 6.46, «.15 6.45,
7.45, 9.15. 10.» and ii.Rp. m. On Sunday, 7.46,
9.45. 11,46 a. m.,1. 2.45,4. «5. 8,15 and I0.l5p. m.
Westchester Express. ..10s. in., 4.44, 5.40 p.m.,
aeeoinimelation, 6. !•»,;. 45, 11.46a. m., 2.14,4.15,
5.15, 6.45. 6.45, 7.45, U» p. in. On Sunday,7.45,
9.4.5, 11.45, a. m.. 1, ».band 10.15 p. m.
Trains arrive—From Pltshurg, 2.56 and 7.» a.
Erie and
U. 41
4.4.5,
a
a
5.16, 7.26 n. i
mort, 7,ob a. iu., daflv, except Monday
train and N I agira Fall», 7.50a. modally
except Monday. FromI<ock Haven, 4.20 p.m.,
dally except Sunday. From Watklnu, Elmira
•I Williamsport,
day.
. dally. ¥
Wi'nniii»
H •
., dally, except Su u
25 j.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE HR(*AD STREET STATION
FOR NBW YORK.
Expreas on * cek-daya,3.tß, 3.2b, 3.45, 6.80, 7.90,
k.20, 8.» and II a. in. ( Limited Expre»», 1.»,
5,20 n. in. ) 1. 3, 4, 5. 8.6.90,7.45, 8 and 8.20 p. m.,
and 12.01 night. Oulumlaya, 8.06, 8.20, 8.46,
8.» a. m., 4, (Limitée Express. 5.20) 6.40,
sand 8.20 p. in, aud T..0I ulvht.
For Brooklyn, S. Y.,aU through traîna c
nect at Jersey City with boats or "Brooklyn
" affording drect transfer Ki Fulton
»tr«*et, avoiding «loube ferriage and Journey
aerosa New York city.
Express for Sea Girt, tyring Lake,Ocean Beach,
Oc«*»n Grove, Aabury Kara and l^oug Branch,
aid 8.00 p.
7.45,
week -
6.5U an<t 11.00 a.
days.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Exprès» for New York. ASS End 8.40 a. m. on
week-day«.
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
Express for N
York, via Camden and Trenton,
week-days,
and intermediate
9 a. m., and 4.»p. m.
Express for Toni's Hi
station», 8.20a.
Tuckerton, 8.20 a.
. an4 5.20 p. in.
u. aid 6.
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM BROAD STREET STATION.
lhUly,except Sunday-Express for Lainberlvllle,
Easton, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton, Bing
hamton and Ohwego, 7.32a. in., 12.01 and 6.00 p.
in. For Scranton aud Water Gap only, 4.00

For l.amhertvltle, 8p. in.
For Fleinlngtoii, 7.32 a. in., 12.01 and 4.00p. m.
Tral us arrl vc dal |y, except Sunday—From Easton,
9.25 and 9.50 ». m. ; 4.SO and 8.45 p. m.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION, FRONT
AND NORRIS STREETS,
except Sunday— Exprès» for Lambcrtvllle,
m, Dt-laware Water Gan, Si-ranton, Bing
hamton and Oswego. 7.40 a. in., 12.01, 5.35 p.m.
For Scranton and Water Gap ouly, 4.85 p. in.
For Lambcrtvllle, 2.10 p. m.
, 7.40 a. m. ; 12.01 and 3.36 p. m.
dally, except Sunday—From
d 4.08 p. m.
be had at Broad
•et», 838 Ckestuut street, and Broad
the
but
be
of
Dally,
Ka»l<
Fur Flemiugto
Train» arrive
K i»ton, 9. iu
Sice plng-c.
<'bestnut -tr
Street Stotlo
Th»- Union Transfer
check ba
card»
»talion»
tnd 10.9»a.
ticke
and
Company
iggaife from h#teU and
«I full informallon c
the following
I No. 838 Chestnut street,
! S. K. cor. Broad and Chestnut,
No. llfl Market street,
No. 4 Che It on
will call for and
residences. Time
be obtained at tbe
L'KVT OFFICES!
. Germant'n,
CHARLES K. F9GH, General Manager,
J. R. WOOD, General Fassenger Agent.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK-STEEL KAILS.
8FLEN DID SCENERY, MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL KAIL-
VAY.
- TAKING KFKKÇT OCTOHKK 1, 1882
Train» leave Baltimore city time, a»
Mull Train, »hilly exc*f)t Sunday, for
the North ami West.,.
Chicago i
West...
Fa»t LI u
Loc k II
cept Sunday...10.45 a. ra.
IlarrlHburg Fas»engef, daily except
Sumlay.
Western ICxpre»», dal
Mall KxnruH, West, <*lly
Erie Mafl atm Buffalo
Suturdav...11.16p. m.
Farktown Ac<'0]nm«»Ution, 8.80 and 6.30 n. in.,
daily, except Sunday. Suuday only, 9.30 a. m.
loekeysvllle Accommodation, 9.30, 11.80 a. m.,
2.30, 4.30, 8.00, 10.00, 11.80 p. in. On Sunday,
icp. m.
and Gettysburg, 7.80 a. m.
Valfcy Railroad,
follows :
.7.30 a.
<1 Limited Express, dally
10.45 a. m
daily! ' Weii.
I ami Wat lac
10.45 a. in.
ns Express,
6.30 p. m.
8.45 p. m.
.11.15 p. in.
pres«, except
., 1.
For Han»
For Cumberland
Hagerstown, 10.46 a.m.
For Green Spring Branch, 6.30 a. n
p. m.
Traill» arrive from the West, 7.40 a. m., 6.06 and
7.15 p. m., dally. From the North, 7.40 a.m.,
dally, exirept Monday, 5.06 and 7.16 p. m., e:
cept Sunday,
For ticket» to all point« East, North and West,
apply at Calvert Station, at Northeast corner
Baltimore and Calvert streets, and at Union
7.80 a.
i., 8 and 6.80
old
mail.
ol
by
85
study.
the
8vo.
Baggage called for and checked at hotels and
residence» on order» left a* office, nertbeast cor
Baltimore and Calvert streets.
Re
mall.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAIL
ROAD.
FROM CALVEBT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT DECEMBER 24, 1882.
late
rille
JKalph
Eliot
jnall,
For Washington, 7 a. m. 3.15 aud 8.55 p. «...
dally, except Snnday, and 4.20. 7.85, 9.4ft and
aud 11.35 a. in., and 6.00 and 7.10 p. m., dally.
For Pope's C.eek Line, 7.00 a. m. and 4,10 p. m.,
dally, except Sunday.
For AnnapoH», 7.00 a. m,
and 6.00 p. in., dally.
For Richmond and tbe South at 4,20 and 9.46 a.
i., dally except Sunday.
Virginia Midland Railroad, at
4.20 a.m., dally, and 8.66 p.m., except Sunday.
7.10 p. in., Sunday only. „ ..
For white Sulphur aud C. and O. R. R., at 4.20
a. in., dally.
For Norfolk via Potomac River steamers, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 11.85 a. m.
FROM UNION STATION.
U.,
daily except Sunday,
i
CI.Ü6.
1
the
author
da
rn., dally, and 8.15 p.
For the South via
mail,
In
Koine.
mail
* u '
7.
7.46, 9.60, 11.40
On Bun
Fox Washington, 4.3CL fl.8C
.26, 5.10.7.*
day, 4.80,6.6077.46, 9.1»,
7.20 p. m.
va. Midland Road, at A80 a. m., daily, 9.06
m., except Sunday. 7.20 p. m., on Sunday
For(? AO. Road, 4.» a. m., dally, 2.66U>> va.,
except on Sunday.
FROM PENNSYLVANIA-AVENUE STATION
or Washington, 6.66, 7.10. 7.80, 9.66 and 11.46 a.
in.. 3.80 , 6.16, 7.26and9.10 p. vu On Sunday,
7.60, 9.66and 11.46 a. m., 6.16[and 7.28
p. m.
For Annapolis, 7.10 a. m., dally except Sunday;
5.16 p. m., dally.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE
At 6.40, 8.00, 9.80 and 10.80 a. m., Ltt 4.20, 4.40,
6.20, 7.30, 9.80 and 10.20 n. m ., ,On Sundays, at
8.00, 9.80 a. m., 4.20, 6.», 7.80, 9.60 aud 10.20 p.
m. >. BTwOÙDT&ôn. Paw. Agt,
CBARLS8 E. Fusa, fiéatnl Manager.
9.
». m., 2.66, 3
p. m.
.40 a. m., 5.10 and
F01
»16.66,
HAILMOAl) LINEN.
AND OHIO railroad!
JÇALTIMORE
IHK MODKI. KAUT I.INK, AN U TH K ONLY
LINK lirrWKUN
S.
THE EAST AND THE WEST, VIA WA8H1NG
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK ! JAN NY COUPLER!
EL RAILS
TO TAKE
NOV. 1&
ST RE
'
KFKWT

A
.00 vrm, B. à O. Palace I
Cincinnati, St. LouU nnd_ „
I Washington and way »tâtions, (VA.
ilDLAND) Southwest, Richmond, (via
Quautfco. )
Ellleott City and way tuitions.
«.40 Washington and way stations.
STATION t
Louts Fast Bl
eeping Cars to
11 ■
4.40
6.10
7.16
tan Branch.
tPiedmont, fltrasburg, Winchester, Hag
erstown, Frederick and way stations, via
Main Stem. (On Sunday to Ellleott City
7.50
tpfrrSBURO,CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS,
WASHINGTON AND COLUMBUS EX
PRESS dally, and CHICAGO dally except
Saturday. (Richmond and the South, via
(Juan tiro). Sleeping cars, Baltimore to < in
rlnnatl, Louisville and Chicago Junction.
Parlor Cars, Chicago Junction to Chicago.
Sleeping Cars, Grafton to Indianapolis,
daily except Saturday.
9.10 »Washington and way sta ions. Anuspo
>0.» WA8 h"nO*TON
9.00
AMD LAUREL EX
WAAhtnjtton, AnQApoll. And «Ay.
ton dundAy only, for WAthlnyton And
WAT. *

_ . 4t City aid wot_ ^
Washington and Way Stations. (Rich
mond. Ouantlco, except Sunday). Con
8 ect at Washington wltn Li 9. c. Co., on
londay, Wednesday and Friday, and with
Potomac Steamboat Co. on Tuesday, Thura
Comfort,

stations.
2.60
▲t
Jav
M
Saturday for Old Point
EXPRESS.
m
4.00 WASHINGTON
Jessup's Annapolis Junction,
Hyatts ville.
Winchester, Hagerstown, Frederick and
way.
t Washington, Annapolis and way.
Frederica and way stations,
and way stations,
and way stations,
develanri and Detroit Express.
■6BMB »t
Laurel and
4.20
Ml
6.20 ♦
«.20 Martinsburg
«.25 t Washington
7.» tPittsburg, Cleveland and Detroit Expi
O. Palace Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg.
IUAGO, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS,
WASHINGTON AND C'oLUMBUS EX
PRESS. B. i O. Palace Sleeping Cars to
Cincinnati. 8t. Louie and Chicago, Lynch
burg and the South, via Va. Midland.
HA
8.45 »CH
.16 ton Sunday only, for Mt. Airy and way.
1.15 Mt. Airy and way stations.
11.80 Washington and way stations.
Leave for Metropolitan Branch, 7.16 a. m, 11.80
and 2.50 p. m. For Rockville, fit .00 a. m.
trains stop at Relay except 8.00 a. m.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE:
for
All
5.00, 16.90, «.»0, t7.45. 8.10, 19.00. 10.00 a. m. ;
12.10, 11.25, 2.20, 42.95. ♦8.08, 8.80, 4.80, 14.40,15.46,
47.00, 7.38, 48.40and 11.80p. m.
Dolly. ^Sunday only. Other trains dally,
Baggage ca Ä.-.I for and checke<l at hotels aud
residence» on orders left at Ticket Offices, 162
WEST BALTIMORE STREET, N. W. Cor. Cal
vert; CAMDEN STATION aud 81 SOUTTI
BROADWAY.
W. M. CLEMENTS,
Master of Transportation.
day
Î
C. K. LORD,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
HTMAUMHLD LIN EH.
j^NCHOR
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS
Sail Weekly to and from
NEW YORK and GLASGOW, via LONDON
DERRY.
Cabin Passage, |60 to 980. Returns |1I0 to |14D
Second Cabin, 940. Return Tickets,976.
Steerage prepaid, 921. Outward, 92H.
Passenger accommodations are unexcelled. A1
Staterooms on Main Deck. Passengers booke«
at lowest rates to or from Germany, Italy
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
For books of "Tours tn Scotland, "rates, plans,
Ac., apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS. New
York, or 8AM URL r. BETTS Adam« Express,
or A. D. LeCarpenter, DuPont's Mills, Wil
mington
LINK.
AGENTS Attention.
M
KTEOR ALARM CLOCK, with Lnml
nmii Composition Fnce. Time «een dis
tinctly at night. NOTHIN!» SELLS SO
RAPIDLY'. #200 amonthoually made. Send
92.(8) for
ulan.CLO
janlt-1-14
iiple, or 8-cent Hiunp for full pnrtlc
WKSk FUlSHlE.Oeneral Agents,
Waterbury, Conn
^ POSITIVE CURE
WITHOUT MEDICINES!
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGHT*
Talented, October 16th, 1876.
—One box ol—
So. 1 will
No. 2 will on
any case in four days
less.
the most obstinate case, u<>
matter of how long standing.
No nauseous doses of cubebs, copaiba or oil
of sandalwood, that are certain to produce dys
pepsia by destroying tbe coatings of the atom ad..
Price, fl.60. Soldoy all druggists or mailed
receipt of price. For further particulars
for circular T.
O. Bex. 1,684.
J. C. ALLAN CO.,
«4 John Street. New V.
lanl«
$30,000 for $2.
54 th
POPULAR
MONTHLY DKAWINU
ßglrf MONWEALTh
Distribution Co.
In the city of LOUISVILLE,
Saturday, March 31st., 1883.
On the last day of each month (Sundays ex
excepted). Reneated adjudication by Federal and
State Courts have placed this company beyond
the controversy or the law. To this Company
belongs the sole honor ofhavlng Inaugurated the
only plan by which their .drawings are proven
henc-.t and fair beyond question.
N . H.—The Company has now on hand a larg
capital aud reserve fund. Read carefully the lis
of prises for the
m.
m.
: 1
MARCH DRAWING.
1 Prise.
1 Prize.
1 Prlae.
10 Prizes, 1,000 each
20 " 600 "
60 "
20 "
10 "
.930,000
. 10,000
. 6,000
. 10,0(0
. 10,010
. 10 , 0(0
. 10 , 0(0
. 12,010
. 10,000
' Approximation. 2,700
* *• 1,800
U 0
i 111
no
m.
800
m.
1,000
in.
9
BO

200 '
100 *•
y
90
1,960 Prises.
•9112,400
WHOLE TICKETS, 92. HALF TICKETS, 91.
27 Tickets,9&0; 55 Tickets, 9100.
Remit Money or ihtnk Draft in Letter, «
by Express. Don't send by Registered Letter
Post Office Order. Orders of 96 and upward by
Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all
orders to R. M. BO A RDM A N. Courier-Journal
Building. Louisville Kv.
■ and
JOHN DAVIS & SONS,
and
736 Arch Street, Phila.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS
(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL)
«...
and
m.,
a.
at
4.20
—Or
FINE FURS
A FULL LINK OF
SEAL
—AND—
11.40
Bun
9.06
va.,
a.
7.28
4.40,
at
p.
Fur-Lined Garments,
and
ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER.
Special Attention Paid to Fitting and
Lengthening Seal Sacques.
Gent's, Ladle»', Missus and Children's FURS,
of all kind». Bole manufacturers of
DAVIS* PATENT HAND PROTECTOR,
The only article ever made that
band» warm while driving in 4
keei
».
DM Y 0ÜUIMI.
nuioy Honlor) Mill Ktnl>rol<l*rlM.
U.
S. H. STAATS,
No. 406 Market Street,
Hu Ju.t opeu.1 an «l«Kaut «lock ol
New Hamburg
iu
EMBROIDERIES
eutlrely
Many of the above Patterns
New, and will be sold at LAST
YEAR'S PRICES.
Mid
A
Also. Just received a beau
tiful assortment of
COTTON TRIMMINGS
SultAbte lor Trimming UiulergarmeutH.
HOSIERY
W. An clMlng out MU uod
Lou bf LmdtM' And MUm.
V
FANCY HOSIERY
f
on
▲t nearly one-hair tbe reguUr price. In order to
make room for NEW SPRING STOCK.
damcimm.
»t
pROF. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
to
HT" Now open for the reception of pupils
for the 8econ
uarter.
;
aud
162
Cal
i.l l'bu rs
GENTI.KMEN'M CLASS—Monday
day evenlugs, from 8 Ut 10 o'clock.
LADIES AND CHILDREN 'S CLASS Thurs
days from 6 U* « p. m., Sstardays from 4.» to
4.40 p. in.
The latest dances to be taught during
Î uarter are l.a Kus»e waits, Ripple
.sneers and Universal Quadrille.
CHOICE OF DAYS.

walls, ('ol lege
Schools, seminaries or private classes In it»»
of town should confer with me a«
practicable for choice of days.
etta
|14D
92H.
A1
New
Wil
For terms, circular, etc« apply
H. K. HOBELRN'H.
No. 710 Market street,
by mall to
A.H. WEUBTEK,
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, Del.
aug4i-tf-50
Ba BATiL'8
ÜHealth Corset
I» liirreaMiig In
larlty every day.
find It the MOST COM
FORT A RLE ami PER
FECT FITTING corset
Merchant*'
sat
ever worn.
1
iy It gives the be
faction of any
they
Warrante. I nutlsfactory
money refunded,
-mu SALK
I
»«Id.
dis
SO
Send
.Y HY
K. L RUSSELL,
81« Market Stri
wmw
Conn
febbT^*»
AGIFf
* w itheach c * n *
u<>
oil
dys
ad..
king pownm
HOLES' „
^Owot^
Niles
premium
T HE PERFECTION Qf^TESTOISEOVtiiY
SCIENCE OF THE AGE
FULL WEIGHT,
FULL STRENGTH. NEVER FAILS
1883.
ex
and
beyond
the
proven
larg
lis
Nf" Always a handsome Chromo.
Often a large Picture Book and
Two Paintings.
KT Sometimes a good Stem-Winding
Watch,
: 1
Ask your grocer for it.
.930,000
10,000
6,000
10,0(0
10,010
10 , 0(0
10 , 0(0
12,010
10,000
2,700
1,800
'
J^ANE A BODLEY CO.,
GOLD MEDAL
A WAlUlltO
BY TUB
90
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
•9112,400
91.
—OK TilKl It —
Steam Engine & Saw Mill,
«
by
all
■ and
EXHIBITED AT ATLANTA IN 1881.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw
MHU, Gang Kdgers. Lath Machines Hub and
Spoke Machinery, Shafting, Hangers, Fulleys,
Couplings, Gearing, Urlutaud Flour Mills.
Special atteuttou given to Flant&tlon Machin
ery. Catalogue free.
Lane <& Bodley Co.,
John and Water Sts.,
el NCI NN ATI, O.
QPIUM
MORPHINE HABIT
CURED IN 10TO 20 DAYS.
THOUSANDS of refereucea from
cared. No pay till cur«*].
persons
and
FURS,
DR. J. STEPHENS
Lebanon, Ohio. Cincin
nati.
».
«HU.»
'MANVIal.
K. ROBINSON &
BANKERN AND BRokkrj
Fourth and Market Street«
CO,,
for SALE:
iu shares Delaware Railroad.
^ridîl'ïrVuîwi
*«Q«nmn
»•»■Sr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF W
WlLMlNu^
RBT«HlTOBY OF Til* PUBLIC MOXlr
—AMD—
FINANCIAL AGENTS
—OT
THE U N ITKU STtTn
Kdwahd urrra, Prwident,
°*0- D ahhwtbumu,
PAID UP CAPITAL, «00,0«.
PhUAdclnltlA, Nr» York ,nd Bo«„ m r Irt .._
fornUbrd to tmlot Drpnlior, wiUioûuEÏ
ûïmPw ** 0 *®«* «I THtfàlfcfl
DIREOTORU:
John H. Artxnn,
.Unie» c. McOoua
ft 1 }}«" Tain® 11, **
u . „ . RH Uarrett.
'••rnuel Bancroft, .i r .
Edward Beils,
Clement B. Hmyu».
George W. Rnsti,
Daniel .lame«,
« 1 - 1 ?
pHR ARTIZAN8 SAVING BANK.
NO. »02 MARKET STREET,
lMCOKrOBATKD JANUARY 24TII, |«i.
receive deposits from 9 a. m. anuu* ■
Tuesday and Saturday evenln*i
brom 7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL' DIVIDEND,
Regularly made In April and October, Wha
dividends are not withdrawn they are swoudiu
as deposits. Thus permanent denoilticom»»««
their Interest twice In each year.
MANAGERN:
Open
and
Clement B. Smyth,
Charles \V. Howland,
Nathaniel K. Henson,
Henry K. Dure,
W. Hastings,
I Pusey,
George W. Hush,
George S. Upelle,
M. L. LIcIiU-tuU-Ib,
Ed ward Darllnyu*
Job H. Jack sou,
William H. ««tn,
Anthony Higgins,
MEOltGK W. RUSH, Preside
K. ft. CAPELLE. Floe TIMM
E. T. TAYLOR, Treasurer.
J. M. MATHER, Auditor.
k<lw
■I.
j
• fel.il-IV
1I8SHY 1*. RAYMOND. ALONZO DKWIUl.
j|_J ENKY L. RAYMOND A CO.,
STOCK BROKERS,
NOS. 4 AND 6 PINE 8TRKKT, N.
Buy and «ell lor Investment, and carry
molerate margin all securities dealt la
the New York Stock Exchange. Fit
class privileges at favorable rate*, hr
distantly located from Wall sti
wishing to Invest
from |50 to $1,000, are invited
write for us foi particulars. Compl
Financial Report mailed free. Small ord
executedjat current rates. Rel'-rto Bank«
Members of N. Y. Stock Exchange, Ofid
of New York Central Railroad Co., I
prominent Manufacturing a»d Mercil
Bill!ness Houses. References ard 1«
milled
ru
application.
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H. H. WARNER *
ROCHESTPR U.»
ANDEBSON* 8 ^.
Solicitors of U. g*
sit.TSo'SffigfS »gär«
Pamphlet of Inatrnctlons free.
PATENTS
TEA!
From tbe Districts of ASSAM. VJÎJjKEU^,
C ACH A UK A N G RA VALLEY, puj
DEHKA DOON and other*. Absot",^ _
Superior In flavor. The most econ°' ( j i,y 8
quires only half the usual quantity.
grocers. JOHN Ü. PHILLIP? A CO., gfe ,I
die Calcutta Tea Syndicate, 140 W»fe r
PURE
INDIA
LAND
H ( »ME8TE A D C ERTIF »C AT E» H J^rge s '°
of LAND SCRIP bought and sold. ** j w , n
and HIGHEST FRU E8 Paid, I» 4 ^ > tH ()M
t, write to A. A*
Washington, D. •
FOK
«ell or buy? If t
Attorney-at-Law,
S0L1>«$
PENSIONS.»,^ *5
» roîTiA..
experience. Address U. M. ^I1 10,
Hi., WMldnrtne. I>. Cl.
NO *'!
»»? InAfi
In this and other countnes. Gur » .
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