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WlUMNOTON, DCU
W1X.MI2VGT02V, FRIDAY, MARCH B3.
The mprning organ's brain works are in
abi«t as rusty a condition is any piece of
mental machinery could possibly be. It is
now laboriously engaged In the very ques
tion able performance of attempting to
"coddle" Mr. Bates because of his vote
against the Grubb substitute,while it honors
the other representatives from this county
with iu displeasure because^they voted for
it. This is all right as far a& it goes. But
when we come to examine its reasons for
pretending *o prefer the Bates bill to the
one which passed the House yesterday then
It is thst its dilapidated mental condition
becomes apparent. Let us suppose a case
by likening Nqw Castle county to a
creditor to whom from two of its
debtors—Kent sod Sussex—-Is due a certain
sum of money. On a certain date the
debtors promise to pay sormthhtg sure.
When the date arrives the creditor expecta
more than the debtors arc willing to pay;
they offer to pay about 60 per cent, of what
the creditor demands, but will not pay
more. The creditor cannot enforce his
claim, and by accepting the 60 per cent,
does not prejudice his title to the remaining
40 per cent. This being the situation is
there any counselor in the land who would
advise the creditor to play the sulking
schoolboy and refuse to accept a large por
tion of what he wants simply because
he can't get all that he wants 1 This
has been precisely the situation
at Dover, but it would take a rook drill to
get it into the head of the morning orgau.
The fact Is, however, it don't want to believe
what is the truth about this matter. It
pretends now that the Bates bill was exactly
what ft was pining for aud what all New
Castle county wanted, but its real opinion
of the bill cropped out the other day when
It appeared to it as a "fleecy (shadowy)
"cloud so beantiiul to the eye of its author
"that he wondered how he did it." It knew
that it was impracticable and impossible, at
present at least, and that any effort In its
behalf which wuuld occupy the attention of
the Legislature to the exclusion of a prac
ticable and sensible measure was directly
in the Hue of promoting the Interests of
the Republican party in this State and for
the same reason opposed to the interests of
the Democratic party. The Democratic
members of the Legislature, however, are
not to be caught by such chuff. Most of
them are farmers aud know u scare crow
when they sec one and some of the members
who don't know one,would find it profitable
to take a trip to the couutry and make a
careful study of the characteristics of that
ancient but rather weak iuveutiou.
The State Senate should promptly pass
the Constitutional amendment that came
from the House of Representatives yester
day, as there is uo valid excuse for longer
delay in this important matter. It would
be criminal to allow the present session to
end without taking some definite steps in
the direction ot the reforms promised dur
ing the last campaign, and the Grubb
amendment, which passed the House with
only one opposing vote, is the best and most
practical measure that can be devised for
the present. Of course, It does not provide
for all that the majority ot New Castle
county's citizens desire, but it is much
better than nothing at all, and is a decisive
step towards the tinal seulement of
the representation question iu the most
satisfactory manner. To reject what
is now offered simply because it docs not
promise enough is foolish in the extreme, as
such a policy would still leave the question
unsettled and destroy all the advantage
that will surely be gained by the adoption
of the pending amendment, which, of itself,
sacrifices uo principle and violates
pledge made by the Democratic party to the
people of this State.
Nothing would better please the morn
ing organ and the leaders of the Republican
party than to have the present Legislature
adjourn without taking any action upon the
representation question. They could then
howl wildly during the next campaign about
violated pledges and broken promises, aud
this is the very end they have in view In
starting the "district system" agitation at
this late day.
Street Com mission eh Zeui.ev scored a
decisive victory iu Council, last evening,
and successfully defended himself from the
charges made r gainst him by the statesman
from the Seventh ward.
Tiik appearance of the
leather do«*s
not offer much encouragement to the main
unfortunates who are c
their residences to-morrow.
pelled to change
The action oi < ity Couucil, last even
ing, In so unceremoniously reversing the
opinion of the City Solicitor, was the very
refinement of cruelty.
Till*.
Can you find a case of Bright's Disease of
the Kidneys, Diabetes, Urinary or Liver
Complaints that is curable, that Hop Bitters
has uot or cannot cure ! Ask your neighbors
if they can.
An»«
Skinny Men.
"Wells' Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1.
•t Get It.
Diabete-, Bright's Disease, Kidney, Urinary
Liver Complaints cannot he contracted
by you or your family if Hop Bitters are
used, and if you already have any of these
diseases Hop Bitters is the onl
that will positively cure you.
this, aud don't get some pulled up »tuff that
will only harm you.
John Kane, who was shot by Superintend
ent Kelghly at Uniontown on Wednesday
evening was still living yesterday afternoon,
but was iu a dying condition. He says he
did not iutend to harm Keighly aud
tol was found
ly medicine
Don't forget
pis
him.
RLEPBANTN PBOMKNADIMO.
How Jumbo and the H —t of Barn um'«
Fifth Avenu®.
Herd Marched Dow
(.New York Hun, March TS. ]
veral other elephant®
Ifth avenuejast eveu
As June
weru walk
Ifl
ice,
«rou
close I» tbc pillars
him t*M Scott,
St them away. A big polic«
th
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l »I
keepet£tno
man who had been standing on the corner
rushed in between Jumbo and the boys and
howled:
"Bhtand back! Shtand back, 1 tell yez!"
Jumbo had been walking along very
utetly .trailing the end of hi» trunk in the
ust. When he heard the voice of the po
liceman be halted and reached for him with
that prehensile member,
the policeman looked over hi» «boulder. It
but a momentary glance, and as he
passed from that point to the sidewalk the
tails of ht» coat made a right angle with the
body thereof. The policeman did not return
and club the pachyderm.
At that moment
to-day.
was
Moulheact
and
last
Jumbo and IS other elephant«, big
little, were taken at about 8 o'clock
evening from their special car* in the yard
at Morrisania, whither they bad been
brought from Bridgeport la the forenoon.
The moonlight tailing upon their back» as
they stood herded together made them look
like a bank of* dark cloud«, Illuminated
above by moonbeam». Thev switched their
trunk» impatiently, and occassional ly
emitted »uorta that sounded like the blow
ing up of «tea® pipe» in lower Broadway,
until Arstlngale, who had charge of the
herd, gave the word to begin the march to
Madison Square Garden. Then they fell
into line, with Chief for their leader. Jumbo
brought up the rear, and Queen and her
yearling offspring Bridgeport, chained
gather, were just iu front of him. Men
ran ahead to warn drivera ot teams
that the elephants would claim the rig
way. The elephants eh uffled across Harlem
bridge, apparently without suspecting that
they were not on solid groun#. They
wheeled out of Third avenue by the first
turn to the right and into Fifth avenue.
Few teams were met on the way until
Seventieth street was reached. There U,was
decided to turn through Sixty-second street
into Msdlson avenue. In that avenue the
atreet can* were running at frequent inter
vals, and the horses seemed terrified by the
mammoth animals. Near Fifty-third street
the elephants, apparently annoyed by the
antics of a street car team, began trumpet
iug, and half a dozen of the foremost made
a stampede. Their trumpeting and the
shouts of the keepers as they ran after them
made such a din as is not often heard by night
in that quiet neighborhood. Hundreds of
windows were raised, the stoops of houses
were crowded, aud jierson:- flocked to the
corners from the side streets. The ele
phants that had not joined in the stampede
were turned Into a side street. Jumbo be
haved well. His ouly breach of decorum
was to emit a stupendous squeal that chilled
the blood ol the servant gir
flocked to the sidewalks fror
doors. The main body of elephants was
wheeled into Madison avenue again, and
marched to Fifty-fourth street, where they
turned up to Fifth avenge again. Those
that had stampeded were brought under
control a few streets further down, and
wore turned luto Fifth avenue to join the
others.
"It would have taken but little to start
the entire herd ou the rampage," said Ars
tiugall, 'and then It would have been a
lively uight for New York."
On the way down Fifth aveuue all the
teams that were met were turned Into side
streets by the men who rau ahead, and men
in the rear of the herd halted the teams
which came rattling up behind. Now and
theu a hackmau objected to being turned
out of his way.
"Elephants be-" said one of them.
"I've got a call just above here."
But when his horses began to prance he
changed his mind and gave the herd the
right of way. At thirty-eighth street the
elephants were wheeled around luto Madi
sou avenue again. The further they came
down town the greater the number of per
sons who flocked to the street to see them
and the larger became the throng that was
following on the sidewalks. Amid the
groups waiting
ladies clinging to the arms of their escorts
such greetings as:
"Ah, here's Jumbo ahead ! Isn't he a
monster ? But what's this coining ?
Whe-e-e-w !"
"Of course," said their escorts. "Jumbo
is the last one. The h**ad one is Queen."
just about two hours from the
time of starting when the herd turned into
the Fourth aveuue eulrauce to the Gardeu.
The dlhtaii«-*- is not far from miles.
Jumbo and Quecu, w
were put in a pen b>
signalled his arrival by trumpetiug mildly.
of
the
Easter
be
eratlxm
tokens.
and
Impaired.
gifts
the
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more
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the
toys
them
the
them
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In
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a
the
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to
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is who had
m basement
Card.-,
Easter
Ing.
F-aster
sorts
from
seen
and
best
as
Third
the corners came from
It
Ith her baby elephant,
v themselves. Jumbo
A CANINE SET-OFF.
How tli© Owner of m Sheep-Killing Dog
Demanded considerHtlon.
(Detroit Free ?
At C'afiRVllle, Ga., we had juet taken ßeat«
on the veranda lor the usual »moke and
talk when up came two colored
were evidently greatly agitated. One of
them mad«* Inquiries for the justice of the
peace, aud being; told that he was out of
town, he turned to the other and said ;
'I'll leave dis case to any of de»e gein'Jen
to decide on. What do you »ay V
'I'll do the same.'
* ase where oue owned a dog and
the other owned four sheep. The sheep
didn't care for dog meat, but the cur
hankered alter mutton and got it, killing
the whole lour. It was now a question of
damages, and when a referee had been
chosen the owner of the sheep remarked :
'De walue ef deni shecpscs was three
dollars apcice jist as dey stood, say in' nntfln*
'bout de increase fbr next yeah.'
'Yes ; I reckons dey was wo'th all of dal,'
replied the «log
'Then why don't you settle at that figure V
asked the referee.
'Bekase, sah, bekas ize got damages, too.
I own up dat «le dog killed de sheeps, and I
allows dat $1\J am a fair price, but youorter
seen dat dog when he cum home ! Why, he
was all ober blood and wool and mud and
hurts, and de hull family had to work ober
him all night to pull bim frew. I claim,
sah, dat he should knock off fo' dollars fur
de way my «log crippled hieself to git at de
mut tou !'
The referee eouldn 't see it in that light,
and the dog man turned away with the re
mark :
'Werry well, sah, dis case will 1»« took en
into law, ami if de law of Georgia doan'
sympathize wid a dog who hail tits and
shakes aud shibers fur eighteen straight
hours, den ize gwine to pack right up fur
Tennessee.'
who
lor
a
It
DEEDS OF HLOOD.
no
it
Alexander Johnson, convicted of the mur
der of lleury Hicks and Mrs. Emma Jack
son, in Brooklyn, was
to be hanged
Edward O'Brien, watchman at the Delta
Point Government Works, was shot and
killed by Thomas Sullivan iu a drunken
brawl la*t nie ht. Sullivan was arrested.
At Butler, Missouri, Sumner C. Holcomb,
attorney, shot John Aleshirc, a night
watchman, on Tuesday night, while under
the influence of liquor. Aleshlre died last
night.
A dispatch from Galveston, Texas, says
that a man. Mandrado, has shot and 'killed
his wile and fatally wounded Ambrose Sato.
He claims that his wife was unfaithful. He
surrendered himself.
the
very
mtenced yesterday
the 11 tli of May.
of
Liver
Herbert Eaton, who shot his brother and
Samuel Kelley in Calais, Maine, on Tuesday
evening, returned to tint city
day night and gave himself up. He was
released in $7,5(H) bail.
Richard Cowdey, a lunatic, escaped from
confinement at Sau Antonio, Texas, yester
day, went to his mother's house, dragged
her from bed aud dealt her two blows with
axe. The injuries will probably prove
are
these
that
he
Wednes
forget
fatal.
Lewis and Nathan Lay, farmers at Boze
man, ÄJontana, had a quarrel with Irving
Hunter, another farmer, and yesterday
morning Hunter was found dead in his field.
The Lays have fled, and
by a SberitTh posée.
pis
belug pursued
JOHN wahamakewb:
r
If'Cl
slightly wa
ier.
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"
Millinery Opening continued
to-day.
Moulheact corner of main building.
This bit of propriety is out
of an editorial in the "Recötd"
the other day :
Easter cards are token* of esteem and «Neu Id
be regarded as any other delicate mark of cen*i4
eratlxm would be. There Is no flsmuta Of eere*
about the sending of these
tokens. If there were, their ralce as unsought
and unexpected tdtent of good-will would be
Impaired.
The place of these gentle
gifts could not be more happily
described, we are sure. It is
the popular sense ot this very
fitness that will keep the card
in favor long after the mere
fashion of the custom has
waned. Tokens, though, are
likely to take the place of the
more costly cards where they
can he got, for they appeal to
a higher aesthetic sense;but the
difficulty is to get such as we
mean, significant and delicate,
with a dainty touch of art.
Easter gifts of bisque are of
a different nature. The smaller
of them are but toys; and the
more formal belong rather to
extravagance; too costly for
so transient a purpose.
But the real Easter toys are
as full ot fun and happiness tor
the little folks as Christmas
toys are; and the variety of
them is almost as great,though
the egg thought runs through
them all. It is fair to invite
all the children in, this out-of
school day, to see these play
things together.
tnonlal observance
Card.-, and Tokens;
ith of Thine n tli-street
Easter Bisque; northwest c<
Ing.
F-aster Toys: UasenuMitG B.
1 er of main bulld
We open to-day ten or more
sorts of elegant dress-stuffs
from Paris, which we can say
nothing of to-day, not having
seen them; but which, we are
assured, will be acceptable to
ladies ot quiet tastes. Black
and colors.
The jersey cloth which is
best known all over the world
as that sold by the "Bon
Marche," Paris, made by the
most distinguished hosiery
maker (C G), is here in black;
colors to come. It is 72 inches
wide, and costs $5 a yard.
Third and fourth circle», south ••utraiicc to main
building.
of
V
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he
de
re
en
fur
We have a few "Mob Caps"
such as are to be seen of late
upon ladies of all ages in Eng
land and on the Continent,
plain ones for breakfast, and
gayer for general indoor dress.
They seemed a surprise to
many yesterday. They are
strictly decorative; not at all a
shield to cover the ravages of
time. Made of bright satins,
with gilt flowers and lace. One
lor mourning is of grenadine
with myrtle flowers and a plain
ruche frill. $2.65 to $4.
All the lace caps are here
together; but this is more than
a lace cap.
«•cot
d circle, »outb fr
It is the very height of the
season for spring shoes. At
no time will the stock present
greater variety,
have as many oi the leading
makes ol Philadelphia and
New York as we care to have.
There is one celebrated make
that we would keep, because
it is celebrated, that we do not
keep. We do not keep it, be
cause the maker presumes on
his celebrity and asks too much
for his shoes. No matter; vve
have several makes of just as
good shoesjevery whit as good.
West of middle Market-»
and
last
says
He
Indeed we
and
was
from
with
prove
entrance.
Boze
field.
John Wanamaker,
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets
and City-hall square, Philadelphia.
MAJJJtOAV KINE» ,
PHILADELPHIA. WIL
X MINtlTOX ANI>
8ALT1MOKK KAILUUAl».
. MARCH, Ulli, l»s.
THE
THE
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; Mfc
rer :
ress
0, 6.17, 6.38. 7.®,p. IB»
Intermediate italien«— 1 .Oft, ».$
Baltimoreand Bay Lln©-6.87 i>. m.
Baltimore and Washington—1.4X 4.U, AO» ».17
a. m. 1.00, *1.01, 6.00, «.«7, ll.Ofp. m.
"-M—fcl iilQ • " lO.Oüa. m. 12.» and
TrataniJIr Delaware Division leave r»r:
8.10 a.m. 1.06, 3.00, 6.15 p. m,
IT
M.83»
«
-aw
Har ring too and intermediate »ttUois-6.10 a. m
" mar and Intermediate stations—0.10 a. m.
1.06 p.m.

7.
SUN 1>A\ TRAINS.
Philadelphia and intermediate stations—6. 10 a.m.
18.80m. AID. 7.80, 9.56, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York—2.00,
LB 7.» p. m.
Baltimore and Washington—1.42, 4.61, 1.08, 0.17,
a. tu. ll.Mp. m.
Baltimore— 1.06 a. in.
0.00
I.» a. m. A17,
For further information paaaang>
fhnrsd torha time tables posted at the
•M Tntlas marked thus: <•>*** limited express
pon which extra far« la ohargML i
t iS^?à2£5të22ïïF*.
t.io
CHAfl.
J)KIAWAKE
WESTERN RAILROAD.
i:S
CHANGE Of HOURS.
I after JUNE 10th, ISM, trains will rap M
tu
•*Sip, m.
L«*re Landen** rg 8.60 a. m; 12.60 p. m.
Arrive"« Wilmington s.60 a. m: 2.18 p. m.
D. CONNELL. Baparlmendeat.
4.00
4.20
S.0Ö
'PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
ON AMD AFTER DECEMBER 26. ISM,
MAIN LINK.
TKAINB LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION.
'Dally. ftDaily. except Sunday.
"New York and Chicago Limited" of
A4»
and
tT.OO,
Sfi>
W
11.» a. m
a. m
p. m
p. in
A® a. m
.1 A 10 a. m
;(li.w s. m
Fast Line^TtUburg »nd the West
m Erpreß .
! Express West
itRSssrr:
m
Waste
S.
P
ErteM sjsr Buffalo
except Saturdsv
Have?Expre»»;..
Martlnsburg Express.... ■■■
Chambersburg and Hagerstown 1
A10 and 11.06a. in , .lally, U.20 p. tn.
Express, daily
A10 £ m
a. m
US
Cham
IC sue
SAMjincflL
Shenandoah Valley Kallroad every
week day at ». 10 a. in., aud New Or
téana Expraas. via Lu rav and Chatta
Mall Train. ...*
liarrlsbu
11.» p. iu
5 5.40 p. m
5 7.W a. in
urg Accommodation
Columbia an<
.S 2.14 p. m
...L1 A10 a. in
er and Fri-derlck Expremiii .06 a. in
«I York Accommodation...!
er Kxpre
& 4 «p. m.
. 7.45, 11.4»
On Sunday, 7.46 a. m..
44p. n.
Parfcaabmv Traiu.......
Dowulngtown Accommodation, 6.15,
а. ill., and lo.aop. in
A46 and ». 16 p. in.
Paoll Trains, 6.10, «J5. 7.46, 8.15. 10.16 and 11.46
а. in.. 12.45, 1.45, 2.14, 2.46, 3.1A 3.4», 4.16, 4.46,
б. 16. 6.4A 6.14, 6.4.5, 7.46. 8.16, ®.ft) and 11.» p.
m. Oa Sunday; 7.46, 8.16and il.«» a. in.. 1, 2.46,
5.16, A16 and 10.15 p. m.
Bryn Ma wr Train*, 6.10, 6.15, 8.46, 7.16, 7.4»
б. 1.% 6.4% 10.1% 11.45 a. m.. 12.46. 1.4% 2.14 2.16;
2.4% %»», S.4\ 4.1% 4.44, 4.4% 6.16, 6.4% 6.15 6.46,
7.4% ».16. U).® and 11.® p. m. On Sanday, 7.4%
».4% 11.46 a. m.,1, 2.4% &.>% % 15 and ip.i»p. m.
West ('bester Express. 8.10 a. m.. »'.«Mi 6.® p.m.,
accommodation, 6.14, 7.4% 11.46 a. 1«., 2.14,4.1%
6 . 1 % 6.46. ».45, 7.4% II.» p. m. On8Uuday,7.4%
9.45. 11.4% a. in.. 1. 5.15 and 10.1fip. m.
Train* arrive-From iMttnbnrg, 2.66 and 7.® a,
m., 6.1% 7.25 n. in., dally. Srom raie ana
WrUaoisport, 7.«> a. indally, except Monday.
From Buffalo and Niagara Fallu, 7.00«. in., dally
except Monday. " *
dally except Su
X
at
:
---... From f<ock Haven, 3.20_p. «...
dally except Sunday. From Watkln», Elmira
and Williamsport, 7.25 p. m., dally, »xcept Sun
day.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
R.
TKAINB LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION
KOR NEW VO RK.
Express on »eek-day«, 3.0% 3.20. 3.4% 6.60, 7.»,
Ü.2Q. 8.» and lia. m. (Limited Express, l.M,
6,20 p. m.) 1. % 4, 5. 6,6.30,7.4% 8 aud 8.» p. m.,
and 11.01 night. On Sunday», 3,0% 3.», 3.4%
8.» a. m., 4, (Limited Exprès». 6.®) 6.», 7.4%
8and».2ilp. in, and 12.01 night.
For Brooklyn, N. Y., a*l through train* con
nect at Jer»e\- City with boats of "Brooklyn
Annex, " affording «llrect transfer to Fulton
street, avoldlug double ferriage and Journey
agros* New York city.
Exprès» for Sea Girt, Spring Lake, Ocean Beach,
Ocean Grove, Asbury Farit and Long Branch,
00 a. in., and 3.00 p. m.i on week
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
York, 6.66 and 8.40 a. m.
Exprès» for N
week-days.
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
Express for New York, via Camden and Trenton,
8 a. in., and 4.» p. m., on week-days.
Exprès» for Tom'* River mad fctermedlate
stations, 8.20a. m, and 5.20 p. m.
Tuckerton, 8.20 a. m. and 5.2op. n
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM BROAD STREET STATION.
Dally.except Sunday-Express for Lambertvllle,
Easton, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton, Ring
hamtnn aud Oswego, 7.32a. m., 12.01 and 6.00 p.
in. For Scranton and Water Gap only, 4.00
p. m.
For Lambertvllle, 8p. m.
For Flemlngton, 7.82 a. m
Train» arrive daily,
9.25 and 9.50 a. m
FROM KENSINGTON STATION, FRONT
AND NORRIS STREETS.
Dally, except Sunday—Express for Lambertvllle,
Easton, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton. Bing
hamton and Oswego. 7.40 a. m., 12,01, 6.86 p.m.
For Scranton and Water Gap only. 4.38 n. m.
For Lambertvllle, 2.10 p. m.
For Flemlngton, 7.40 a. in. ; 12.01 and 3.35 p. m.
Trains arrive dally, except Sanday—From
<»tmi, 9.10 and 10.» a. in., aud 4.08 p. m.
t It road
ii., 12.01 and 4.00p. m.
, except Su nday—From Easton.
. ; 8.60and 8.46 p. in.

Bleeplng-e _ _
Chestnut streets, 838 Cbestuiit street, and Broad
Street ütuilon.
The Union Transfer Cempany
check haunAKt: from hotel* ana i
id full information
the following
(No. 838 Chestnut street,
, Ï: «"■! ChMtnut,
1 No. 11« Market street,
tNO. 4Ch«Uon ave. Germant' n,
CHARLES E. PUGH, General Manager,
J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent.
:
ami
will call for and
residences. Tlxue
be obtained at the
as
cards
■Utlon* and
a
of
TICKET OFFICES:
NS
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK-STEEL RAILS.
SPLENDID BCEN ERY,MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL
WAY.
—TAXING EFFECT OCTOBER 1, 1882
Train* leave Baltimore city time, as follows :
Sunday, for
Mull Train, dailyexcept
the North and West. x .
Chicago ami Limited Express,' dally
Fast Une, daily, West.
Lock Haven ana Watklas Express, ex
cept Sunday.
Harrisburg Passenger, dally except
Sunday.
Western Express, dally
Mall Express. West, dally.
Erf«- Mall and Buffalo Expr
7.» a. m.
10.46 a. in.
10.46 a. in.
.10.46 a. m.
6.» p. m.
8.45 0. m.
11.15 p. m.
except
Saturday... 11.16 p. m.
Park Low ii Accommodation, 3.30 aud 6.30 p. in
dally, except Sunday. Sunday only, 9.30a, v
CoekeysvlUe Accommodation, 9.80, li.ao a. m.,
10.00, 11.» p. in. On Sunday,
ana 10 p. m.
Gettysburg, 7.30 a. in.
Valley Railroad, 7.» a. m.;
., 3 and 6.80
arrive from the West, 7.40 a. in., 5.06 and
in., dally. From the North, 7.40 a.m.,
dally, except Monday, 6.06 and 7.16 p, in., ex
«•ept Sunday,
For tickets to all points East. North and West,
apply at Calvert Station, at Northeast corner
Baltimore and Calvert streets, and .at Union
Station.
Baggage called for and checked at hotels and
residences on orders left at office, northeast cor
Bulttmore and Calvert streets.
For Hanover and
For Cumberland
Hagci'btown, 10.46 a. m.
For Green Spring Branch, 6.80 a. m
p.
Tral
7. IS p.
At
not
be
on
vve
as
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAIL
ROAD.
FROM CALVERT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT DECEMBER 24, 1882.
For Washington, 7 a. m. 3.16 and 8.66 p. m.,
dally, except BlU*day, and 4. ». 7.8% 9.46 and
and 11.36 a. in., and 6.00 and 7.10 p. m., dally.
For Pope's C.eex Line, 7.00 a. in. and 4,10 p. a.,
dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.00 a. m, dally except Sanday,
and 5.00 p. m., didljr.
For Richmond and the South at 4,20 and 9.4» a.
m., dally, and 8.16 p. m., daUy except Sunday.
For the tiouih via Virginia Midfand Railroad, at
4.20 a.m., dally, an<T8.6* p.m., except Sunday.
7.10 p. m., Sunday only.
For White Sulphur and C. and O. R. K„
a. m., dally.
For Norfolk via Potomac River Bteamera, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 11.81 a. m.
FROM UNION STATION.
we
at 4.»
for Within, ton, *.». «.to. 7.06, 7.46, «.80, U.40
а. m„ 2.66. tîiÂWï »■ ». On Bun
d«£, 4.80. 6.6oi7.48i ».«0. 11.40 a. m„ 6.10 and
?;. , MldUnd Road, at 4,1» a. m., dally, «,06
p. m., except Sunday. 7.» p.m., on Sanday
For(/. AO. Road, 4.® a. m., dally, 2.6» Ip. m.,
except on Sunday.
FROM PENN8YLVANIA-AVENUE STATION
For Washington, 6.56, 7.10. 7.60, 9.66 and 11.4» ».
m., 3.30, 5.1% 7.26and9.10 p. m. On Sanday,
&t 6 . 6 % '/.ft), 9.66 and 11.46 a. m., 6.16 land 7.25
For Annapolt», 7.10 a. m., daUy except Sunday;
б. 15 p. m., dally.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE
For
At«
MAlUlOAIt UNE».
AND OHIO RAILROAD.
pALTIMORK
THE MODEL KAUT LINE, AND THE ONLY
LINE BETWEEN
THE BAUT AND THE WEHT, VIA WASHING
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK 1_ JAN NY 0#tIPLEB:
Errarr
ÎiVa'

liJTt CAMDEN 1
♦Chicago, ClnrlnBaltwTbt l.oal*
ftf*ssK A O. Palace «leeping Car* to
Cincinnati, Ht. lernte »ad Chicago.
tWashlngton and way station«, (VA.
MIDI. A NU) Booth wet, Richmond, (via
Quanti co. )
HCH
AY
IT
si
ON*
Ex
Clly and way station*,
and way stations.
î^i^IHfSFAÎSNTON
liTON KX. and sUtlons
«
AND WASH
Metro poll
• I»
it, Strasburg, Winchester, Hag
rredertek and way stations, via
to JGJltcott City
7. SO *
erstown.
Main Stem. (On Sunday
S ''* (BUBO,CINCINNATI, BT. LOUIS,
inotUn AND coll'mbus KX
dtlljr. ud CHICAOpd.lTr exr.'Dt
if. (Richmond and the South, via
Uuantloo). Sleeping cars, Baltimore toCIn
clnnatL Loutavule and Chicago Junction.
Parlor Cars, Chicago Junction to Chicago.
Sleeping Cars, Grafton to Indianapolis,
dally except Saturday.
OBI
0.00
t.io tw
and way its Ions. Annapo
V» AND. laurel ex
It City mud way stations,
niton and Wav Station*
and
i:S
no*).
BTC. Oo., on
dan and w I th
leaaay. Thur*
Comfort,
7, Wednesday and
*c Steamboat Oo. o
d ttatvfday for Old Point
otoin
4.00 WASHINGTON EXPRESS.
« sasap'* Annapolis Junction, Lan __
yattavllle.
4.20 winchester, Hagerstown, Frederick and
S.0Ö rjthl.,.0». Ann.polls and way.
Jfnderjck and .way station*.
Stops at
inre and
m
Expraas.
MtUburg.
A4» tC
A
WASHING
ND C«
I'K
i. B. ft). Palace Bleeping Car* to
CUuinnatl. St. Louli* and Chicago, Lynch
burg and the South, via Va. Midland.
♦On Sunday only, for Mt. Airy
Mt. Airy and way stations. ,
ILK Washington and way stations.
Leave lbr Metropolitan Branch, .7.16 a. m, 11.»
and Aft) p. m. For Rockville, ts.éô a. m.
All trains stop atBelay except 2.00 a. m.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE:
8.00, 18J», ».80, t7.4A AIR tAM, 10.00 a. tn. ;
*IJM *.», t2.»O2.0A ».«! A20, 44.40,tA4A
tT.OO, 7.», to.40 and 11.60 p. m.
tDaBg.^JSunday only, otbfr trains dally,
éd fbr and checked at hotel» and
ences on order* left at Ticket Offices, 162
WEST BALTIMORE STREET, N. W^Cor. Cal
Sfi> : ADWAY KN HTATI0N »1 SOUTH
W W. M, CLÉMENTS, O. K. LORD,
Master of Transportation. Gen. Pas». Agent.
A
S. 16
and way.
11.15
the
III
Utmammhim*
IaINMH.
y^NCHOR LINK.
X UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS
Ball Weekly to and from
NEW YOKE and GLASGOW, via LONDON
DERRY.
Cabin Passage, !» to »0. Returns $110 to fl«
Second Cabin, $40. Return Tickets, $76.
Steerage prepaid, $21. Outwkrd,
Passenger accommodation* are ttnexeelled.
Staterooms on Main Deck. Passenger» booke*
at lowest rates to or from Germany, Italy
NorwSy, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
For books of "Tours In Scotland "rates, plans,
DuPont's Mills, Wll
For
the
drv
the
and
no

Al
will
, A. D. Le( 'arpenter,
mlngton
WINAJf VIAL..
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
the
1*
FOR SALE:
10 shares Delaware Railroad.
Buy and sell stocks and bonds
Letters of credit available in all parts of the world
drafts on England. Ireland,France, Germany
Swltserland issued. 7.l-iy-®
commission.
piK8T NATIONAL
BANK
OF WILMINGTON.
RKPdfllTOKY or THE PUBLIC MONBY
—'AND—
financial AGENTS
ot
THE UNITED STATES.
Kdwabd Bbttb, President.
G bo. D Abmvtbobo, Cashier.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $600,000.
Philadelphia, New York aud Boston Exchange
furnished to regular Depositors without charge.
Discount days, MONDAYS and THUKBDAY8
If
D1RE4/TORS:
Edward Betts,
Clement B. Smyth,
George W. Bash,
Usntsl James,
John H. Adams,
James 0. McComb,
William Tatns U,
Ell Garret!.
Hsmnel Bancroft. Jr.
nl-ly
q'HE AKTIZAN8 SAVING BANK.
NO. m MARKET STREET,
iMuauronATkD January mtii, imi.
rteMye deposits from9 a. mi until 4 p. in.
Taesday and Baturday eventnas
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
Gw D
n,
. nd
Regularly made In April and October. When
dividends are not withdrawn they are accounted
as deposits. Thus permanent deposit« compound
their Interest twice In each year.
MANAGERS:
Clement B. Smyth, Oeorge W. Bu.h,
er
Edward Pusey,
Edward Darlington,
Job H. Jackson,
wmiwu a. swih,
Anthony Hlgrln*.
GEORGE W. HUSH, President,
J. M. MATIIHK.
NS .
■ I
fch21-|y
Auditor.
$30,000 lor $2.
m.
POPULAR
in.
in.
m.
MONTHLY DRAWU«4
m.
m.
Commonwealth
Distribution Co.
m.
m.
m.;
6.80
and
ex
and
cor
In the city of LOUISVILLE, en
Saturday, March 31st., 1883.
On the last day of each month (Bondays
excep t ed). Repeated 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 bv which their .drawings are proven
honest and Hair beyond question.
N. B.—"Die Company has n«w on hand a large
capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the list
of prizes for the
MARCH DRAWING.
m.,
and
a.,
a.
at
Mon
jBte:::;»:;:;:::
10 Frises, i, obi) each
20 *• 800 "
100 "
B0 *•
. 10,000
. 8,000
. 10,000
.10,000
.10,008
.10,000
600
I
m
1,000
»
" ApproximatVc
2,700
«
100 ••
y
1,960 Prizes.
.1112.400
WHOLE TICKETS, $2. HALF TICKETS, $1.
27 Tickets,$60; 56 Tickets, $ 100 .
Remit Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or send
Don't send by Roistered Letter or
; Office Order. Orders of $6 and upward by
. rea A C Ä U iff at bur expense. Address an
orders tô R. M. BO A RDM AN, Courier-Journal
Bnlldlnr. Louisville Kv. H.V »to-lv- 4 *
4.»
b
o*t
U.40
Bun
and
«,06
m.,
».
7.25
POSITIVE CURE
WITHOUT MEDICINES!
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED ROUPIES
Patented, Octotier 16th, 1876 .
—One box of—
1 . w H!,? ure * n X case in four days or less.
«"VofffiVlSX .uIaZT ° b,U ""
ÄKS t^t* are SS ffSSStm
rtomach.
%?irÀïü T> r.ôrs:£Cï£ ^
oil
J. C. ALLAN OO.,
« John Strati Raw Y on
laut*
fTANAEAKEK « HHO WN.
A QUEER MARKET.
The woolen market is in a strange condition, i.
ups and downs are numerous and peculiar. Bet«p e
the vibrations we have secured large lots of excellent
goods at prices that are very odd indeed. \y,, w m
shortly give details of our stock and selling prices but
the purpose of this is to impress everylxxly havin«
Clothing for Men or Boys to buy, with the
tance of knowing what Oak Hall can do. r |
of such knowledge may be costly.
unpor
1 Be lack

WANAMAKJSE & BROW
OAK HALL, SIXTH AND MARKET,
PHILADELPHIA.
MMDJVAL.
Don't fail to try the Great
Remedy, the CELEBRATED
H. H. H.
MEDICINE
A Friend to the Afflicted !
for
AH A FAMILY REMEDY It
equal.
G
day
Thousand* beai testimony to Ita great worth for
the cure 1 , be {allowing disease* :
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. DIIMllHK
III A, PARALYSIS. PAINS IN THE HEAD
AND BACK, FROSTED FEET. STIFF JUlNTH
LAMENESS, PLEURISY, and for all external
days
4.
FOR INTERNAL USE
city
as
For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cramp», l'aln In
tbeStomsch or Bowels. Dose—Do in » drop» to
half a teaspoonrul In water. Never reduce for
external use. Every family should keep It
baud, as It l»a never-falling hou»eho|d remedy,
medicine Is an Infklllble
If used according to the fol
llnen cloth and hind It
the throat for about thirty minutes, and put a
drv cloth aver It to prevent the evaporation from
passing off, and when thoroughly blistered,open
the blister with a needle, ana take a cloth and
absorb the water that pa»«M'* off, then takes cloth
and spread thick with pure hog's lard, ami bind
n the blister an«l change every hour, which
absorb all the disease through th« pores, and
no Internal medicine will be needed egeept a pur
gative medicine. Children should not be blistered
more than ten minute».
This has never been known to fall when used as
directed.
for
The H. H, H.
DIPHTHERIA,
lowing directions:
Saturate a muslin
will
o
FOR HORSES.
e.
should tm without a bottle in hla
stable lu ease of accident, as It Is a
the following diseases of the horse:
Use for Sprained Joints, Sore Shoulders and
Backs, Thrush In Feet. Scratches, Sweeney,
Fistula, Poll EvR, Distemper, Curb, Splint,
BLOOD OR BONE 8PAVIN,
Ringbone, and will remove all Swellings and
Callous Lump» left from kicks or other bruises,
without Injuring the growth of the hair,
proved a »ure cure. For
Epizootic and Distemper, use from
lablesnoonfui» In a bucket of cold water, for
their drink when watering, and bathe the throat
uutil It blDler», then put a cloth around the
throat to keen It warm.
Invaluable medicine has gained for
Itself a rame to be envied by hundreds of manu
facturers of Crude Oil Llnlmenta that fall to petrl
form cure* as recommended to do, and they re
iy false recommendation» to patan
the public. The H. II. B. Medicine,
prepared from the very best e
her very costly articles, of w
cost» a» much as ten pounds of
1* put in ordinary liniments, and the proprietor
cannot possibly advertise to th« extent that
(In line ni» do, as all the profit
pay the expense; so that those who have any
knowledge of the difference between a flrst-cla**
inferior article, will not »ufftr *
be humbugged.
No horse
O
foi
5
I
a
IlH,
The above
sort to man
them off
W» p
y crude oil
Ml» ami
ot
.
das» of
uld not
i
medicine and
them selves U
CERTIFICATES :
A. A. W
ery county
for a great
and never fou
tried the H. H. 11
feet cure.
Sainuvl Carmen, Bensalem township, Ruck*
county, Pa., says It ha» been worth a thousand
dollars lolilm in curlug his Rheumatism.
For »ale by druggist» aud dealers everywhere.
If y sur dealer does not happen to have It in stock
have him get it for you. Don't be put off with
an Inferior article.
D. Dodge Tomlinson,
PROPRIETOR and MANUFACTURER,
Philadelphia, Pa.
4SF*S®niethlng new every month in regard to
the merits of IL H. 11. de# tl-lUw»w»in
alton.of Huntingdon Valley, Montgom
y, Pa., write« that he had a lame back
J years; had suffered a great deal,
anything to help him until he
. Medicine, which made a per

Mi
1)R. A. RUSSELL,
OOce 515 TATNALL STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
Twenty year» experleace in the treatment
of all
NERVOUS AND CHRONIC f)I8EA8ES
of both sexes with purelyCJoricentrated Veg
etable Medicine», such as dUeases of the
Kidneys, Bladder, Blood and Urinary
Organs, Liver Complaint, Nervous Debility,
Lost Manhood, Diseases of the Throat,
Lung3, 8kin, Eyes, Ears, Heart, Stomach,
Bowel», etc. TAPE and all other worms re
moved in a few hours without fasting
sickness. Consultation free. Hours, 9 a.
m., to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 a. m. to 4 p!
No exhorbltant charges.
Jani-i
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f DR. f
DYES
(VO0^
or
by
an
fiEEu!
BEFORE-AND-AFTER
tl«trlc Appliance* are tent on 30 Dt*«' Trial.
TOMEN ONLY, Y0UNQ OR OLD,
TTTHO are suffering from N«avoirs DasiLrrr,
vSLm!nZSSt ff* 1 ** ° r N, " v * 'o*»"»
of a Personal Natu*» resul
OiHBB Causes. Bi>«edy relief and complete
ration of Hxalbi, viooa and Manhood guaranteed.
The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century.
Nendat once for lUustrated Pamphlet free. Addreee
YOLTAII IUT IQ.. MAMHAU. MIIH.
oil
B
$
DA A ClAtf.
pROF A. S. WEB8TKR'8
SELECT
Dancing Acadeni]
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
tSVNow uueu for the rweptlotoli
for the Secooa Quarter.
G ENTI.E6I KN 'S CLAMS—Monday
day evenlugs, from B to 10o'clock.
LADIES ANDCHILlWhN S L1.A8B
days from 5
4. <w p. m.
The latest dances to tie Lauglit during
snarter are lx Russe waits, Kluplc wuu,
Lancers and Universal quadrille.
8 p. pi., Mat unlay g hum
CHOICE OF DAYS.
Schools, seminaries
city
as practicable for choice of days.
private clu*»
>Ul of town should confer with mt
For term*, circular,
H. F. KOBKLKN'S,
No. 710 Market street,
or by mall
5- apply
A, S. WK.U3U
Masonic Temple, Wllmlairtsn,
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PATENTS
TEA
P URE
INDIA
Froiu the District» of AB^AM, ^'<jKk
CA UH A R K AN G KA V AL L K > • ^„lu^
DKHKA DOON and others* * „„„„if«
Bu nor lor in flavor. The. WOM** soM
1res onl
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the Calcutta Tea Syndicate, > w w n
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HOMESTEAD CERTIE'LAT^'i
of LAND 8CUIT IJOUKlil» Do )»•„
il HIGHEST VRIOW I'»'"*,' A . TBl
»ell or buy f If u>. write to c ,
Attorney-at-Law, WuhlWW"'-'
PENSIONS!^
Injury. Fee*, »10. ££ l ' n procure
charge* for Deserter*, etc., » C
experience. Address C. M 1 r
Bt.. Washington. D. C.
NO Wl«jJ
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have had 14 yisr* f*Èllî5fcoBf r ÿ , j
Patents, Caveats, Trade-Mw**,
In thl* and other countries. „ free. *
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Composition Fao®; gglJ.
tlnctly at night. "îfin
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