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T1XK GAZETTE,
loll
WILM1N41T«»N, WGDNEAbAY, JULI X'ft,
The Tivoli Dlaaater.
seldom that this country suffers
It Is
any disaster attended with a frightful loss of
life, that the terrible affair
plunged Baltimore into the depths of woe
will cause a thrill of horror wlierevcr it Is
hteh has
read.
The actual cause of this appdliug calam
ity is not positively known, but deems clear
that the wharf from which theciowd ol peo
ple were precipitated into the w ater was
a rotten structure, scarcely able to bear ils
own weight—in fact, n death-trap that
opened its horrible jaws and engulfed its
miserable victims by scores.
The moral is plain. The general safety
with which large excursions iu this vicinity
are managed, lull- the people into a state
of perfect confidence which only tenders it
more imperative for the managers to
adopt- every precaution against acci
dent or mishap. Overcrowded boate
aud insecure laudinhs can easily be
avoided, with ordinary care, but in this
case, probably, the condition of the wharf
upon which these unfortunate people wen
huddled, w aiting for the boat, had not been
inquired into since its e ustruction.
For a time managers of steamboats in
Baltimore and vicinity will rigidly observe
every precaution,but after awhile,affairs will
lapse into the regular careless channel,
and ouly the closest scrutiny on the part ol
the authorities will prevent a
this disaster. There is altogether too much
hiudsight in such matter*, ai d if those in
charge will not exercise common piudeuce,
the aid of the law should be invoked to at
teud to this important duty or appoint offi
cials to look alter aud remedy these defi
ciencies.
<'nce of
Of the political situation in New York
aud Ohio the N« w York World raj»: "A
thorough union o! the party in tin- skate
Convention assure
ahhured victory la;-t year. There is uothiiiR
to prevent aucL a union, or rather to destroy
the union cemented last year. Ouly folly
amounting to iimanity could attempt it.
Ouly recklessness amounting to criminality
could p« nuit it lu • -hio and elsewhere Ite
publicanism is br«>k<
Isdoiugs.
victory this year,
it
and divided through
The hoi
m that it baa
itb
test portion of
merited defeat
the party ki
aud that the best interest« of the country
demand a change.
Tub Baltimore Day says the Baltimore «te
Ohio Telegraph Company has established a
■«•sages that go
.•fuses all messages that
•c«>rd witii the ideas of its
thinks this country is
fathers u.-ed
to boast of, lie is wolully mistaken. It U
fast becoming the property of monopolists
aud the managers of great corporations.
censorship over the pres
over its wires, and
are not i
agers. I f
y
tin; "laud of the free" that
The Western Union people
making
a great show of keeping up courage, but it
is evident that their telegiaphic service it
greatly crippled bv the strike. If their re
to b«! believed the strike fias been
ports
a great saving to the «•«
upuuy, in effecting
educed
will
increase of üusine
cost. But few of tin* public, howeve
be fooled by these
ât a greatly
latenn nts.
The PAKTiEfe win* dug up the body of the
small pox corpse buried a* Sixth and
DuPont streets and
id it in the
vioia

er's Fu-ld were guilty of a gi
of law, and ihti
tin
»•« quest ol I he Boaro
of Health
of the re
pay t. c exjuii
in oval wi
deeid»dly cheeky.
Tue pi
•ent legiblator» of Pei
lsylvuuia,
seem deter
.til their
ii
sp« cial session
mined to keep opei
-sein tiled,
«dieted and duly installed. The
nly three thousand
a million dollars
the tax paye i
cost
dollars p«-r day, or nearly
a year.
Moll»«
on- S \\ Ol
!xyrui».
infallible,
lor feverishn
stipati« u. 2 ;
as tele!
, iesLletsucss, worms,
harmless, «nthartle;
con
Malaria
in all itsfo
Standard «
pure, y ve
other poisonous agencies, endorsed by phy
sicians anil sold by druggists everywhere.
25 aud 50 cents.
s positively cured with Emory's
•ver-laililig remedy;
quinine or
re * His. e
fai

,ly ITov«
It is e*
ily prove
n that malarial fevers,
irpiility ol the liver aud ki«L
eoubtiputi(,u.
il
debility, im
■>s, gehe
:
igie »ill»;« i.
ye Id ivadily to this great
eonquei, t, H«,p billers. It repairs
ages «d disc
disc,
the it
• by co
jrtlng ttie
lew life
food into rich blood
ni it
gives
and vigor to the
I ami mlii
Work G )v«
On
*ceipt of y
.fier by
evenings, at y
Boys
«V Co., 195
York.
add res
ill
ake
riiieh y«
earn to ^7
home. M
do it.
d 197 Fultt
(iirls c
II. C. Wilkinson
street,
Of II
-II »ny K«iue<li«H.
before tiie public for Nervt
enk ness «.I Nerve Generative Syete
* equal t«. Alle
Debility aud
there
i.
» Brai
Food, which
promptly and permanently
istores all lo t
e. ÿl pkg.jOforfo—\t
at Allen's Pharmacy 2151st,ave..
druggist
Ne
York.
Mttiiy l iuu
nt to pri s« rv<
you
days. Lay it in
over nintil and y
at or fisli for several
on of K, x Magnus
keep it f«>r weeks.
•I 1
:ik a v
Of the
'cck or
P
b 1
f Snow Flake"
stirring iu a finie
brand.
Ha
e, Ohio, Feb. 11, 18*0.
■ry If lad to say I have tri««l Hop
T never took anything
I only took t*
18 VI Li
I am
Bitters, and
liât did
» bottles
and I would not take $100 for the good they
did me. I recommend them to inypaticuts,
aud get the bcs«. results irom their
C. B. Mbhcrm, M. D.
much good.
MOKNINft Sl'MMAUf.
A block of store* at Caledonia, Ohio, wm
barned on Monda y. Lœs, $35,000.
Commodore Jeffers, United 8tates Navy,
died in Washington ou Monday night.
William T. Uartypoo,. the weU-kuown
electrician, «Red Ui Brockton l Massachu
setts, on Mnudty night.
Madame La Prize was Wiled by lightMug
in the cellar of her house at 8fc. Jean Chry
sostom, Quebec, last Saturday.
Captain Webb, the English swimmer,
perished yesterday in attempting to swim
the whirlpool rapids at Niagara.
The lury in the Polk case were not
charged yesterday, as exoected. The charge
will probably be delivered to day.
Spencer 1 « planing mill and the dwelling
at Parrs boro, Nova Scotia, were destroyed
yesterday morning by an incendiary tire.
The buildings on the Mi Gill estate and
two other dwelling at Charlottetown, Prince
Edward's Isiaud, were burned ou Monday.
Loss, $20,000.
The Ohio Liquor Dealers' Association will
meet iu Toieil > ou the Vlh proximo, to or
ganiseI lor "au aggressive political cam
paigu" iu the fall.
A spot* lac tory and its storehouses, and
'wo dwellings, in Petitcodiac, New Bruns
wick, wetu burned on Monday uight by
sparka irom an engine.
Hnrdy, the Polk City murderer, wa.h
takeu irom the Jail at Harlan, Iowa, early
vestei day morning by a masked mob ol
about 50 tneu and lynched.
Thomas Maguire, await im trial for mur
der In Chicago, eut his throat yesterday
morning, with a pocket knife, in his cell
lie is not expected to survive.
At
No at'empl has l*e« n made U» resume.'
at th< rolling mills in bouth Chicago, an«l
the 2,000
rk
who made a demand last week
increased pay still remain idle.
Thomas Custard, a brakeman, was killed
by falling irom a freight car at Windom,
Ohio, yesterday. He had been a circus
acrobat, aud it was his first trip as a brake
man.
A fire at Men phis, Parly yesterday morn
ing, destroyed the store of Stewart, Gwyijne
A-Co., H. B. Sharks & Co., F. W. BreiJe A
Co., and John Reid, causing a loss estimated
at $200,000.
The Patent f'ftiee y sterday Issued 871
patents, 24 designs, 19 trAde marks,10 labels
and one r«*fssue of a patent. Thlrfy-flv«
patents nd designs and twj trade marks
and labels were issued to foreigners.
A. P. Dorsey, a young conductor
of the street railways of Baltimore, com
mitted suicide yesterday afternoon by throw -
ing himnelf into the Mount Royal reserv« ir,
at that city. No cause lor the deed is
signed.
A tornado demolUhed the house of Eu
gene II 11 ry, near Eaton KaphU, Michigan,
on Monday. Mr. Henry was seriously in
jured, aud will probably die. Three of hin
hildren were killed, and hi* wife sustained
»evere injuries, but, may recover.
The locked-out eig.«r makers in New York
yes erday replied to a communication from
(he manufacturers that they "will not
return to work
International Union employed by Otteu
l H-rg Bros., are dtocharged aud not
tU the niemben» of the
ployed.
The Master Masons' and Builders Asso
ciation of Chicago, which made such a pro
longed fitrht atrainst the Bricklayer»'
early this summer, decided to con
cede certain later demands of the Uni«
speetinff the employment of non Union
workmen.
The notorious Captain Payne applied to
fu«lu:e McCrary at Keokuk, i«»wa, on Mon
day, for an injunction "to restrain General
Pope from interfering with the settlement
of the Indian Territory." It was arvued
that printed br.ets sliould be submitted by
the 10th proximo.
Judee Blmltrett. of the United States Dis
trict Court at Chicago, in a bank case on
Monday, decided that, the stockholders of
the bank an* liable for the «lebt« of the bank
the amount, of their sto«-k, and that In
dividual suit« to recover on this liability can
be commenced without the intervention ol
a Receiver."
Thomas Sw
,ex-Governor of Maryland,
lied last ev -nint at his home near Leesburg,
a Repr«?
Ho w
Virginia, aged 78 y*ars.
«putative from Baltimore I 11 the Forty
second, Forty third, Forty-fourth and Forty
fifth Congresses, being during his last to
chairman of the Committee on Foreign
Aflairs. He was at
! time President of
the Baltimore aud Ohio Rail rod Comiamy.
A State Convention to
Mon of the proposed Prohibit!«
ment in Ohio
About 500 delegates
Congressman Mills Gardner w
«*! airman. It was intimated n his addn-s«
that an organization would be effected "by
whi ii all eau vote their respective party
State tickets and concentrate on the amend
ment."
•ure the adop
>n A inend
;t yesterday in Columbus.
<*ie present.
Ex
fhORP
Tin* Democratic s tat.e Convention of Vir
meets in Lynchburg to-day. The State
Central Committee last night chose ■ orbiu
M. Reynolds, formerly K-adjuster State
Treasure», for temporary -huirman of the
Convention. It was not believed last, night
that any tariff plank would be put into the
platform. John S. Barbour is generally re
garded as the probable Chairman of the
State C titrai Committee.
A ballot for United States Senate taken
vesterd.iy bv the New liainpHiii
resulted rr follows: William S. Ladd, E. H.
Rollins, Frederick Smythe. A. F. Pike. B.
F. Prescott, C. H. Berns, Moody C
I). Barnard, 1 each; C. H Bell, 2; J. H. Gal
linger, 4: IT E. Burnham. 5; A. F. Steve
15; J. W. Patterson. HI; (J. Marston, 2d; M.
W. Thppan, H5: W E. Chandler,71 : II. Bing
ham, 100. Necessary to a choice 154.
Legislature
•r and
A water famine is threatened in St. Louie.
in the reser
>f the city is
''nly '24 feet of w
voir by which a large portion
supplied for drinking purp«
pumping capacity of the works is not equal
s of the prerent
veather. In consequence of
ion fro
to the requireme
muuiea
the Lfoard of Public Improve
•nts the Mayor yesterday issued a procla
mation stopping all street sprinkling, the
washing of eidewulks und the use of hand
hose.
Washouts
Chicago
sin, ai
Weste
:
Monday along the
d Northwestern line in Wiseon
the Milwaukee, Lake Shore and
Appleton, and on the
ral road at Theresa.
tracks ne
Wisconsin Ce
telegraph line
The
j in bad enn
ikeeriv«*r iia rise
than four feet above the danger line, whole
sale »tores are flooded ill many places
the yards near the
At Grand Rapids, Wis
eaused the destruction of
dit ion. The Mil
:
1 umlier is fh.atimr fr
mouth of the river,
eon sin, the st«>
several buildings.
•dal dispatch fr
ys tliat a carriage c
of three adults and
bolt upright as if in life under a large tree,
has been found near a road iu Llanocnuuty!
The tree was shattered by lightning, and it
is supposed the carriage was driv«
r he tree for shelter and was (truck, the teilt
killing the inmates and the ho
weather-beaten apue
Lamasas, T ( . X a
intainingtheskeleto
•lilldrer, sitting
^7
under
•8. The
:e of the carriage,
and its trimmings indicate that the event
happened a ye
trunk was a letter add re
Chamberlain. London, England. The dia
ry w
two ago.
In a small
•d to Jam«*« G
t
made liy a
J
driving
The spot where they were found is
cattle,
far irom any habitation.
Demoruelte'H Deierimnatioe.
Audit is a good quality for luck at lottery
At 10 oYlocw a. in on Wednesday. June 13
the day after the 157th Monthly and the .Tune
Semi-annuel Grand Drawing of L«
isiana
ate Lottery. Mr. Jus. •Deniomello (of Deni
iiello &l <*usaeh8, dcab rs lu building imiter.
ed also nt the company's office
nne-iialf of ticket No 28.131, which hail won the
first capital prize of is,« on. «nd
paid in full,
in business si
1
J iI-.'Hl
s promptly
He is 33 years of age aud has he
• lie
trions, and hi
22 years old. lie has
the head of
been i ml
three different firms, succeeding in earning a
comfortable Income. He, his father and graml
fafher were nil bum in New Orleans, and is one
«»f the oldest Creote families, desceinJants of
Du Y umay. one of the pioneers of the colony
founded by HlvuvlUb.—New Orleant Picayune.
June 17. * '
JOHN M ANAMA HEM'S.
I
rw
' Is it cheap r qi
liow little moaiüyjj
How few coins may I drop in
the purse ? How feather
weighted may 1t be to bring
back the biggest »mount ot
merchandise, the, bulkiesk-uile
of gdods !~ How mach ioAhfe
money I
'Ts it good Î" apks another.
Try the strands of wbrp and
w of, test the strength.amaKse
the ingredients. "Will it
wash V Make sure it's all
they s y, oi take a guarantee,
which is better. How good
tor the money 1 Then we'll
sre to the price.
You r cognize the two classes.
Have you any doubt which is
the wiser ?
There are piles of goods
made, like the cheap razors,
only to sell; he buyers can't
shave With the" 1 , but they get
well shaved in the transaction.
When well made goods are
cheap in p ice it is your < ppor
tunity.
Iterie8 one.
lui I take ?
N«w
Ral
\
»J
^ 1
6.00
JOHN WANAMAKER.
The secoini floor ol the
Thirteenth and t hestnut streets
building, the ladies say, has an
air ol quiet elegance pervading
it, with its soft carpetings,
handsome appointments and
contiguous drawing room, with;
the robing apartmen's and
completely mirrored walls.
Now the table that erstwhile
has S'-emed to profane it with
the pyramid of tumbled white;
dresses and wrappers has been
consigned to a corner, and a
more presentable array super
sedes it of 51 woolen dresses,
nearly all mixed and scarcely
two alike. Plain blue, green
black, some light, for seashore
comfort. These aré of good
workmanship and will be clear
ed out at a half, a third and a
quarter of original value, $1
to $20
Some of the papers speak of
the "Jerseys" as being ki led
off. We are turning them out
of our workroom every hour,
$2.50 to $9.00.
a.
L
7
«
Bathing Suit , i .2 to $8.00.
Dtlrtlci a,
W rappers.
8 <M>.
5 UO.
!..
1101 Chestnut street, second floor.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Black Velveteens, 50 cents
and $2.
Colored Velveteens, 50 cents
and $1.50.
Do you know a really good
velveteen, such as you want to
match for trimming or for
skirts? 11 you do, we've noth
ing to tell you If you don't,
you are sale to take our word
in purchasing.
'loth counter, Market street entrance, first
left.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Ladies' Underwear isalwajs
wanted, that is, no matter how
complete it seems, there's al
ways an addition that there's
room lor Isn't it so X
Do you often find such hon
estly made work as this on our
bargain tables X J ust from our
shelves yesterday :
Chemises from |1.25
<'li ises from 1 50
< henilM» fr«
Chemise- fr«
Chemises irom i.C
All Ilaiulmrg trimmed, mu
$1 00 .
J.uu.
1 l.lttto 1.99.
all 11
d cambric.
Small lots of Underwear, all
sorts, on these tables.
AVcudc, east side.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
You can get the lightest,
neates , airiest sort of decora
tion for your cottage homes at
the Japanese counter, such
screen fans,wall pockets, scrolls
with raised figures, paper mats
with flowe s and leaves as dec
orations, and the numberless
and ingenious articles of orna
mentation at trifling prices for
which these people are famous.
; 1 8
r, r flo
r, west of centre.
JOHN WANAMAKXK.
John Wanamaker,
0 ^Sk 3 B 5 ggL"B S!igftggy «*
MAFLM04 If FINBH
PHILADELPHI A, WIL- CST'IflH
I MlNtflVN \\l)
BALTIMORE KAILKcM>.
JUNEl M*
trail is witi leave WUrningto« a* rahiMW
rw ladelphtalmtLi « ter m e< I ! * t# ala t » or. 7. WL
u>.*K a. m. 2 .** 4.w\ 7. au, *•». P. ».
Pbii»4t*lnhla t«ii>rws>--2.0Q, L2% 'i.M. 7.3Ö, it.lô,
■«£, m. io.au, u. «»a. a.m. ia. is. t. m. s. tt, a. jk
6.8k 7.a§ P, m.
N«w York-*. 00 , *.«, .. » . «*%», » tl.® ». »**.
*»X®, 1.94, XJ«, 5.17. *.. vs 7.2», p. m.
Haiti»,»* am
9.17a. m, «.(top.
rtiio«1l«t* »utiunr-1.8,
'•alttmore and Bay Line--«. 87 p- ni.
Ral tlui o
.■a. «-8L «.ils .17
And TTwainv.i-ui
a. in. LOI», * 1 , 00 , 5.«*' ».SI, II.«H p. m.
U.iitlnioccpuly-.i.OA, „ ,n. i2«S7 . *ul R.00|
iTHtfiRf.jr SHHawnrc '.MvtslahÄrRVe f«r;
MO». ». uot,
a- rinirlon an.l Interim Hatfc stat
\
i.00, R 2âp. U.,
km*, a. Ht a. m.
:iAU#ns4#.M r. W
ê lufrintd:» 1 ..
Kxpreaa for Lteliuar, 4.
ütNDW iHElXff.
1 TiUadf l|ilita and Intermediate ■nation»- «. ma
i-2.no
Piitlmlelplu* an
7.!» p. m.
. 5.1JB, 7.5Ü, 9.54, p. tn.
d New York 2.00. i.A< a. m.
Kajumon asd WssMngt
a. m. 11.04 p. m.
HalUmoiv—1.06 ». iu.
tuiurucu
t Onr Tililfs
lÄ fc TrAlni*Ä«ii4je,rt»uirt; t*l
upon whleh . *tra far» Isobar««*!,
J. R. Wool». General Paaaruvei A«>t
CHAB. A. I'UtfH. G»ner al f« «naaer
iJALTrMORK A Plifi ADELPHIA R K~
change or HOU KB.
on a«tel after «UNE 1st, IRKS, trains will run %n
follows:
bnington 7.05, Ml.«», a. in; 5.» p. in.
Lan den burg, 8. Ho a. nit 11.00 intent.
1-1.4», 4.m. «.or, t;r.
«Mr ï
i 4 >a iM-ugets are
seed At the depot.
ilbtlied rrpve«»
Leave Wl
Arrive at
8.tup. m. .
Mind Ays, leave WUmlnglo •, 10.» a.
6.00 p m.
»,. and
Arrive at Lande ii"
Leave Laudcnnerg H.64« a. m ; ii«' p. m.
Arrive h« WfinunEton 8.O.* a. in: 2.15 1 ». y».
HtiadtyaleaveLänd« n«,rrg,8.ooa m 4.»p.in.
Arrive WUmlnglo, 1 , ).P) a. in. A«bp. ui.
<* 1». L« »SNELL, nuprnu tendent.
. 7.
PENNSYLVANIA ' AILROAD
t'N AND AFTER JUNE 25. 1882.
MAIN LINE.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STKKEr STATION.
• I hilly, »Dally,
"New York and /hleago Limited'* of
Pullnsan Palace
Fast *-*»»«. I'Aluimrg «
Western Exi>ress.
Pact tie Kjtpre«» West
llarr. Ahurir Edtpruss...
Ma» nr* F.aprcas.
Watkins Express.
Erie MaM and Kuffah»
exoHi|t S#tu*«L^.
Kane Ex press .
Lock Haven Exprès-,
Martinstiurtf Exuresh
('hainhcrsImVg an
7.4ii ami 11 .O 6 ». m . ..
hersLurg only. 5.40 i).
Mhenaudoan Valiev Railroad every
week «lay at 7.40 a. in., and New Or
leans Expreaa, vlu Lu r ay and Ohatla
nooga, dally at.
Harrisburg and Y«>rk Kxn
Mall J rain.
flgrrUbu,
Y.lrk
York, Ha «
•«•pi Monday.
11.29 a. m
il.osa.in
9.05 p. Ui
11.20 n. in
4.30 a. B1
7.49 a. m
li.oôa. m
. IL2n p. m
.I 7.40». m
.S«l. 05». Ai
.M.30 and 11.05 a. in
■rstowri Expi
ll.-Aip. in. V
ami ihc
■ s
KxprcM, dnlly
d if
M- *
•hu
Cham
, 11.20 p.
:H:St
»rar,
S 2.1411.
• I 7.40a.
rick ExnrtNwDI.(i5 a.
'•«lAtlon, ..J4 44 p. ui
...15 45 p. rn.
I a 1 1 011 , 6.10, 7.15, 11.45
. c m - un Sunday, 7.30 a. m.,
3.4.» and a. i5 p. m.
i'aoll frai in>, 6 . 10 , 7.15, 8.15, 10.15 and 11.45
a. m.. 12.45, 1.45, 2.14. 2.45, 3.16, 8.45, 4.1A 4.45,
5.15» S.4.», tt.15, 4.45, 7.45. 9.16. 4ü.»U ami 11.W p.
î?i 7 *30. «>• 9.39 »ad 11.45 a.
2.4.S 3.-5, 6.15, 8.15 ami 19.15 p. in.
Km
ami K
Columbia and York A
Park «»im rg Tçatn .
Down lug town A «.•«•«nn
a. in., ami
Bryn Mawr Trains, 6 . 10 ,
8.18,'8.45, 10.15, 11.45 a.
6.45, 7.16, 7.45
.. 12.45. 1.4.C 2.lL
H 4.45, 5.15, 5.45, «.Iff 8.4%
1 ». 10 . ou Sunday, 7.3U
1. 2.45, 3.45, 5.15, &U and
L -VibRh 3.4a. 4.15, 4.
7 45, 6.15. 10.30 ami II.
« 39, ».iW, 11,45a. m.,l
16.14 I». in.
West Chester Express, 7.40 a.
n modal ton,
5.45. 6.4.5, 7.45,
.. 4.44. 5.40 p.m.,
Sut»«'iay,7 ftk)
10.16 a. m.
i'itlbbiirg. 2.55 ami 7.50 a.
dally, 4.25 a. m.,
VY1 Uauia
."lalïÿ
p. in..
Elm I i n
11.44 a
h n\
Trains àrrtv« —From
7.2Ô p.
Ia>. r
port, 7.00 a. in.,
Vrom Bitlfald ami Ma
Uxcwpt Monday. From L
«lall y except Sunday, h
Williamsport, 7.25 p.
5.15 u
6.1
M
Pt
■ Eric anu
ny
k Haven, 3.15
m Watkins,
., dally, except Sun
OAF.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE HltOAD STREET STATION
FOR N EM YORK.
Ex|
3.14, 3.2*1. 3.45,
7.39, ».3t
Express,
ds.'iüp. m.,
1..01 night. On Sundays. 3.i5, 8.20, 3.4Ô,
a. m., 4, (Limited Express. 5720)8.39, 7.45,
u 8 . 2*1 p. m, und 12.91 night. ^
Brooklyn, Si. Y., aM tlir«jugh trains
lersey City with b«i»ts of "B _
Annex," aitording direct transfer to Fultun
street, avoiding double ferriage and Journey
aeruM New Yori* city.
Express for Sea Girt, Spring Lake,Ocean Reach,
(.rove, Asbury F»rk ami Long Branch,
<1 11.3*1». in., and 2.4), 3.90, 3.39, 4.00 p.
■k days.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Express for New York, 8.55
-days.
FROM Mark El' STREET WHARF.
Express for N
!«-pt Momiiy, b.50.
11 a. m. < Limited
»■.
5,29 p,
)LU 6. «,«.39,7.44, »
8 .

^ ;
■kly
d 8.40 a.
York, via Camden
Trenton
».
n., 01 » wtîtîk «lays.
•• ami Long' Branch, Ac ,
River and Berkeley. 7.39 a. m., 4 p.
1 *.
E x 1

Express f«,
hlattons, 7
Tuckcrtou,
Tc
's River and lutermedlato
. m, and 5.29 p. m.
. and 4.99 p. m.
UKLVIÜEKE DIVISION.
KIUIM UllUAD HTKEKT STATION.
Dally, excel
u 11 «lay«-Express for Lambertvllle,
w are Water Gap, Rcrauton, Blug
tawego, 8,99a. ill.,12.01 and 6.90 p.
tu ton and Water Gap only, 4.W
Kostoii, lieu
hanitmi am)
Ko

For I.
12.01
il »y. except Sunday— F
•9, 7.4« and 9 56 p. in.
FROM KENmINUIXJN 8TAT10N,
AN u NORBIB öTRKKTö.
'! i.«-*
p. m.
Easton,
Trains urrlv«
M.ôca. in.;
FRONT
Dally, exetq
Kifcton, I ii
umla^-Kxpr
sl«>r Lambertvllle,
», ö ran ton, Blng
12.91, 5.39 p.m.
only, 3.36 p. m.
sw.go 7.40 a.
nid Water G u|
111« , 2.19 p. in.
. 7.49 a. 111 . ; 12.01

Fo
F«»r Flcuiingtot
«i 3.30 p. ni.
at Broad
.ril-ptUK
k
can hu hat
t8, «;«« Chestnut street.
I Broa
111
!
i ni.
i
runsfer (^inpany will call for
from hotels ami residences. Time
lutorioation cau be obtained at the
the following
f No, 888 Chestnut street,
f ». E. cor. Broad
TICKET ok kicks: f No. 116 Market slreet,
4Ghelton«vi
chec
stations
d chestnut.
i ». . w „ , j. Gerinaut'n,
l No. 824 Federal St. Camden.
CHARI. ES K. PUGH, General Manager.
J. R. VI OUI», General Passenger Agi nt.
GREA
PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK—STEEL RAILS.
SPLF.N DID »C'EN ERY.MAUMFICKNT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL Ka.L
W'AY*.
—TAK IN«; KKPBCT MAY II. 18*3.—
Baltimore city time, as
I y « xoept Sunday, for
Trains leave
Mall Train, da
the Non
follows :
* aim v> ... 7.80a. m.
i«i Limited Express, dally
Chicago ;
West...
Fast Line, daily.
Harriatiurg Pn.v
Sunday.
Western F.xpn si
Mall Ex pre.iti, W
Park tow u Ac,-on
• io.45a. m.
West.
uger, daily
daiiy*:::::::
bt, «lally.
nod at l«m. 8.30 5.80 8.39 and 10 90
•«pt Sunday. Sunday ouly, 9.31
dation, 9.30, 11.3» a. m..
I 11.30 p. m. On Sunday,
», aim 10 p. in.
uni «mttysburg, 7.80 a. ni.
Spring Branch, 6.39 a. in., Hand 6.30
19.4.7 a. in.
- 4.:«p. m.
. h.45 p. m.
.11.15 n. in
1 1.80 p
Cockeysvlll
2.39, 5. On,
9.39 a. 1
For Hum
For G re,
For
H points East, North
Station, al Northeast
Jalvert streets, aud
aud checked
left at office,
d Calvert streets.
«I West,
Union
at hotels and
lortlieast
B talion.
Baggage called
Halt lm
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAIL
ROAD
FROM CAfVERT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT JUNE li, 1883.
--d 8.65 p.
•29, 7.86, 9.46 and
7.1Ô p. m., dally,
tu. and 4,10 p. ut. a
For Wash lagt
. . 7 ». m. 8.15
dally, except Pnndajr, and 4
and il 85 a. «n aud 5.00 and 7
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.09 a.
dally, e
For Annapolis, 7.i<»'a! y in, dally except Sunday
and 5.U9 p. m., daily. y '
For Rlcltiimn.l ami the Kouth
». «... . . 4,a0 aQ d 9.45 a.
"■oGl'Aml '."lu v I r'il'nii jndfaud'KaUrSil! 1 »;
For i . and (» |<. R., al 3.15 and
ay.
«I 8.65 p. m.
dully, «X««
For N «molk via Potomac Riv«r steamers, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday "
F ROM U N ION STATION.
t a
leave Washington fok baltimork
*• j-«™. ««-»i Aku *
For Washing loi., 4.30. 6. Ù 0 , 7.06, 7.45, 9 . 50 , 11.40
. m., 2.56, 8.25, 6.10, 7.20, 9.06 p. m. On Huu
«.5077.46, 9.60,11.40 a. m., 6.10 and
7.20 p. iu.
Por V«. Midland Howl, »t4,a0 ».
p. m., except Sunday. 7.20 j
Vorl Y '
)., dally, y.ufi
n " Sunday
p. m.,
. A (). Road «50». m.. daily, ex ept. *.1
day, 2.55 n . n ., (U nited , 3. 5p. m.
ii., daily, except on Sunday.
d 9.95
p.
ÏHOM PENNSYLVANIA-AVENUE STATION
r ' ir WashliiBton, ft.ss. 7.10. 7.60, D.toand 11 .« a.
•i î;**! O; 1 *, 7 Z r >an*l,.lb P- in. On Hunil.y
«.&>, 7.50, ii.« a. m., 5.18 and 7.S
p. in.
For Annapolis, 7.i0a. m., dally except Bunday;
6.15 p. m., dally.
HAILXOAIJ LINKS
N'-H-j
\\TïLMINGTON &
f» TH ER N K. R.
Time Table to jro Into effect Joly 2 W, mi.
• GOING NORTH.
^ -

■ pt
Buttons.
W Unit g h
V. * B at (
Dti mint...
c. ror«1 J.
l.e imp _
On*t««vllla
Ht. Wt**r s • t i
Vt 41 wit k . «35
Spring it. |<1 « 5; 9 2«
fnr «boro. 7 37 »M '206 »50 « jo
r*B S' j #u lüÄ>i 340 4A » a» '
nditya.
V'|*7 (|0'» K)
» m >*i '.mi 7 so >*•
1 4.1 hits 7»; 7 41* 150
I 54 R 13 7 St; 7 4 * 304*
2!« 700 8 00 8 »» 4 4.1
W »1.1 5 »»
««»If.
•Pi
7 20
7 8i
74 o
Mo
i.
ta
»02, 7*1
12 »0
12 4 '.
• r . 23
02 a 18 7 48
H 54
10 »I
«.M,
!..
GOINfT SOUTH
Mly except
Su inlay.
bun lays
only:
Stations.
r3Yl. ('"'•T,
H«r stHiro. t ft S| g *Î 10 25 3 52 « 0«! 7 i oè
W'-H'glH'UI j 8 10 (108 1114 4 22 « ;«■ M«| 4
Warwlok.. i 41!» «48 8 1'*
Ht. Peter's j 1145 ,85118«)
W »rmsJ, « «i »24
, csvlfie 4 46! 7 07
imp. ... | Vf 7 44 10 8)
' . Ford 6 »8 7 55 10 «»
Dupont. .. « o*. 8 17 11 12
r*âxûj 4 *®| Â * Ml »
• p.
8 24; 4 54
I 4
it
8 Ml 6 9
«w»i « Off
9 I'M G 17
5 5
no
R:W
*« •
6 I.
7 00
10
For «'«MiRertlons at Wlltelngton, Clmdd'» Ford
lî."".. n * Ooate* ville, Waynealiorg
jonotlon, BlrdsMro and K«a lug, » e time
tables at all stations.
J. H . Th .mfuon, Oener l Mupt.
0AMUSN ANI> ATI.ANTIC K K.
OK »»UArriBJBM» lffiS,
TRAINS WILL LEAVE a 8 FOLLOWS :
Pom a tlaktoc city : /
From Vine Street Ferry—F.x nre
#46%, in., 8.15 4.00 a d 5.45 P. . in.
•'«y only, 3.00 p. m. On Sunday, 7.30
From Sba-kaniaxoa Street Ferry
week day*,9.50 a. iu.,».ui, 4.0o and 5.» ii.ni. «
Saturday un y, 2.00 p. m. < n Sunday, 7.aoand
Ac.oui'u. Nation Train will leave above F
o*. week-days at &.U) a. in.and 4.«)n.m.
sun Say at 8 ^ 00 ». m.
Parlor
Si
L. A
WER.
Agent,
m v2ft
: 'i
W«»'k-davM,
ii Sbtiir
«l».W a.
Fxpr* «s
«1 o
attach«*! to all expr.-HH train«.
Kx«-ii r *|° n train vrl.l I ave the abrtv© Ferries
dally nt 6 . 80 *. m.
loua l trains riiuM Philadelphia.
For Hi
Sr- «*t
4 » p.m.
ijdonfleld from Vine And Sliackaiuax«>n
Fi-rrl«**, V.tw. 8 /( 1 , lo.no And 11 fo a. m. :
12.00 m., 2 . 00 , 4 , 00 . 8 . 00 . 8.30 . ....
rm-n V Inc »tree > only, 5.45, 7.30, ». 30 a.
Shackainwxon street on 1 . 5 -top. in.
Sunday traln«lc»Te both Ferrie» at 8.00 a
k.From
l«i 8.3U
a. in.. aif «1 4.80p. m.
|r Mi , L l '5 nn,4y,v l , ' 1 ^ RAliroad Htatlon, foot of
Market 8tr< et, 7.«Ja. m., 2 on, A 0 -and 11.39 p.
m., Meek-day*. hi.ii.Uvn in.. 6.39 p in.
F«»r Atco, rr«.ui Vine and 8ha<-kamax«»n Mr.« t
Ferrie» 8.UJ»., ja., |2.ff» no«u; 4. 8. 4.39. 6.(W
p. irt. Hundava, H.OOa, m |. «o u . *» From
föot«»r Market str«et,l|.Sn. ni. .
For Hain nionton, fi uin Vine and Shackamaxon Rt.
fmin 8-1
Wa.
., 4.30, 5.39, 6 .
»•»?..« P- m. Satiirilays
? olilnrkm Btrew. ll.»ip. m.
or Lakeablflu 11.00 4 . in., J.V0 p. iu.
?«'• Æ* ' 'VP rd V " 1 • '«yby an«) tnterme
«11 ate htritfoitk, h ave foot of Mara- t «tr. Lweek
^ *' *•***•• 2. uand 5.09 n. iu. Sund nth,
v. «a. in., 6.30 p. m. From Vine ami Shacka
Ferries, 10.00 a. m., week «lay-«.
r«. r_teU i l ,m»town, from Vlimaml -hackaniaxoi»
•treet ferrie», a.oüa. m. f 12.00 m. 4 39 . 8 .U» p. m.
Wo«)«lrufl parlor «tari on nil exprtt*« train«.
W. N. Bann aud, j. r. wood,
buperin tendent.
__ - Age nt,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MODEL FAST LINE AND THE ONLY
LINE BETWEEN
THE EAST AND THE WEBT, Via WASHING
TON.
IHIUBLE TRACK !
JANNY COUPLER!
STEEL KAILS 1
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12» 1882.
LEAVE CAMDEN 8 TKEKT STATION s
A. M.tChicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis Fast Ex
nr«*s 8 , B. A O. Palace MU«-plng Cars to
4 40 ; w r1 ?? at V Ht - bonis »ml Chicago.
4,40 !ÄÄ h t n Jf 10 » H »d way stations, (VA.
MIDLAND) Southwest, Kichiu >n«t, (via
Ouuntlco.)
6.30 ElUrott < fly ami
S* 4 ® W»« hin g ton and way gtatl«»nb.
7.10 tWashington Exprens.
LU AN NAPOLIS. STAUNTON AND WASH
INGrON EX. and station» on Metropoli
tan Branch.
7.50 ♦ Pled mont, Strasburg, Winchester, Hag
erscown Frederick ami way stations, via
Main stem. (On Sunday to Ellicoit City
1 only.) 3
8 00 9' fP 'f«. ei >■' <'I m N A T I. HI. LOUIS,
AND eol.lJjIKUS KX
PHKSHilally. and CHICAOO ilnlly extent
balurday. tkltdinnnid Mid the Snutli, tU
Ounnttdo). Sleephte ears, Hnltlnmr.' tnOtn
climat f. Louisville ami Chicago ,J
Parlor Cara, Chicago ,)unction t«» Chicago.
Sleeping Cars, Grafton to Indianapolis,
«lall y except Saturday.
MO tWashington and way sta Iona. Annapo
lis ou Sundays.
10 -*> W^ASllINGTON AND LAUREL EX
8.UU
stations.
F. M.
-Pi 6 Wawhlngtea, Annapolis aud way.
- 1 *** Sunday only, for Washington and
* nd w »7 stations.
2.50 Waalilngton ami Way Hlatlon«, (ltleh
" d '. ,ÿ"unrin«A exoept Sum!»/). C—
nect at Vt iu.liiiigton with 1. A H. C. Co.,
Monday, W ednes.lay ami Friday,
Potomac steam boat Co. on Tucs.la
•lay anil Saturday Tor Old Point
Norfolk, Ac..
4.00 WAHIlINGTUN EXPRESS. Stops
•leasup h Annhpollfl Junction, Laurel
Hyattsvllie.
4.29 M Incheater, Hagerstown, Frederick
tM^ashlngton, Annapolis and way.
« •h, Ä,, ' , w *y »tetiona.
«'.fi Miirtlnsburg ami way stall«,ns.
6.25 tVN ashington and way siatn,ns
7-a0 * q " v I ' ,Hn ' l an(| » R*tr«At Express.
W ASHING TON AND C« 'l'.UMlItJh K\'
O, Palace Sleeping C
Loulr and Clib-uii.,. 1
«• with
y, Thurs
Comfort,
,
8.45
PJ U4M».
, .. l »urg ànd 'the 8outh,* r vTâ Va!* Mlâlaiïri
DH Mt" Alr"v liy V" ,V ' for Mt * Alf y and "*y
11.15 Mt. Airy and way stations 1
11.30 Washington ftn <1 \ * U ° nf *
Leave for Metropoliten
m. For RiM-kvIlIu, t9.'üÔ'âr iii.
B. A
• mat!, St
J-yuch
»lauong.
ay stations.
Bra-ch, 7.15 a.
. Ii.
ami 2.40 p.
All trains stop at Relay i xcept 3.99 i. m.
LEAVE WASHI NGTON FDR BALTIMORE*
t7.99, 7.39, ttf.40and 11.39 p. in ' ^ t '*-".t5.45,
eT.îéptfru.dï"'" 1 * 1 u "- y - lilb,,r 1 dally,
tJSUSSIH 'irf 1 *'' 1 î" r »«ll el'wlwd at hot«!» ami
lllUiAUtV 1 EN STATION an,I 8 , «(Jt'TH
,, W. M. CXEMKNTH, <). K l.olill
Mastfr of Transportation. Oen. I'»m! Aacni.
NKfr AJßVKHTiHEM ENTH.
F AT KNTN AMjkkshn
1. , . 1 °-S<-ll«ltoruru.S.
S. » at« nt «»flic«-, Wa hlugton i
« »Ml TH,
d Foreign
I. ono.
Nn
> . , , l. r tisiiinMiter,
ainphlet of Instructions
:
>. (
P AT E N T S
v
N « «rVhS fei? rÂÿït'i.
s.n„^ro,';rî: l .r Uiun ' 1 *- »«*■«-« <» «'•
*atent OH!
to.
»2!
AGENTS Attention.
Watcrbiirv. Dorn
fanlfi-l-14
PENMOV JS Ç , ® T wnunfl, «lisc;fne or other
b.
»U F. St.,
IF«
PURE
INDIA
TEAS!
ln Froparatlon. Very vuteahte
Tea S U1 4V' K w 'th Weaker and « lira,,, !
,«y Klvfng uniformity
through «>u» entire pluck nus
Judr vatua.de «iiialiiieH fr m
«ftline. JOHN «;. 1*1111 I lev V
. i.fli Water «treet,New York 11 hÄ
Calcutta T«a Byndlc
« I
■ I
I»*
the
• *-st approvod
tanIpufated «
Hppearan..
They rctulu their vatua.d
teiigth of time
•I
Ageuta of the
University of Virginia.
SUMMER LAW LECTURES fnlm.
figs sa ».
îœ l f u D îrï?Ji.* , KH 1 , g Siïï it , l ? Vhi7r 6 ; s hi
Law School;2d, to those who pronose t«> re«H
tiw U *L i /V' K, "i M ' to Practitioner., wim imvc imihad
the advantage of systematic lustrimthm w 1
Checks In « hours
<jri!KS ln:l Days
J. P. Miller, M. D.
-KKUU 8TORE
_ I SN.nthst.Plillu
LAN I) A SPECIALTY,
* Ti,OM/ •
•alar a
H. MIND
48 formen
ÊUHVKF.i
DR i.lXTliliUY'S ]/ ) r i'l 0 iN
j
FOR
Softening and Beautifying the Skin
i r
This preparation has a remarkably heal in.' ami „.a I
effect upon the Skin. It removes Pimples, Blotches Fvu ?"|
Itcd or Inflamed Noses, Freckles, Sunburn, Rough or nf j
Lips or Hands, L ver Spots and Discolorations, DandruflJ
Itching ol the Scalp, I hickened or Brittle Nails, e c
Read the certificate of the Eminent Chemist, Prol n„ J
S. (iauntt, M. D., Graduate of the University ol'l'ennsyiv,:
1844 ; i ■. u;
ANALYTICAL LAHKATOKY, NO 2290 M a
1*111LAI) KLPIIIA, Pa., Fed,
Having carefully exnnilne .1 Dr. I. t'.Terry s I/>tU»n for Softeniiu.
Skin I find It Is coiupminded of subHt-anceii perfectly free from sll lnlhri!'.
ar» so mild and emollient or softening In tf.flr natnfeJ"mi so "knVr.,Uv 11
nrenar tl.m that I regard It asone ortlie b. *1 as yet offered to the lVu/.ii?. f
nealtliy action or tin- skin, by which IteelaailuitT and «lellcai-y ItsV. in. '
only be preserve«!. A lew application« ol l)r. Terry's Lotion w ill ,
cre<i«il«Mi8 of Its magical .-ffe,-l* In «oftenlng and bSntlÇTnTtl»^ 'kl '
recommend It to the public »«a superior preparation, fi b; grain» hH't,
former student of mine has succeeded In compounding such a valnabl. tl.»r
. ''HARi.rsa ii/i'vi;,' ,,
Anal,tloKl anJCn.'.in, k'Æ:
H KK STl'H l.
■4"HiMil's, {ij.
-Olld.lll"! In till«
,T ' ,r «'ii".les Hit*
'« tin
i*
I
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TESTIMONIALS :
PlIILA. KKA
A OT'SVILLK TkL'II. * f
«UR. Fonrthstreet, Phlla.
.1 for firti*-u years nom tender
blistered fe«-t raiiHt'«! hy eaeessive iM-rsplra
Th«s skin w ould often crack open ainfliecoiiu
i»Hinfwi. A R*w ajn»licat»oir» of Dr. I. U,
Lotion afforded me Immediate relict.
WM. D. STAGER.
BBRYWif, Montgomery county, Pa.
years past with a dull
aching pain on the op of uiy head, ftimi the
douht. In the part there would colleet
scales or dandruff. I un«*<l Dr. I. CJ. Terry's
Lotion, which removed l»oth heartache and «lan
druff. G. ANDERSON.
RtfiinrmnroH, Bucks county, Pa*
For several months past I have bee
noyed with rough hk iu. it would crack open and
cituseeoustderpideJiftln. YhlirLotlbn soflen«*«l.
liealM And reetonNf the skin to a healthy rond
WAHREN G. WORTHINGTON.
2T20 GH» Y'R FKnHY ItOAD, Phi la.
for chapped hand«, it
-, It effected a cure In two «lays.
JOHN F. COONEY.
'I
, _ ... Newtown, Km
I suffered for the last ten ve-»t
the Si-alp. During that time I .
pliyslclana, who pWrlhed mV ,
«nit affording r 11
plications o?
Hit
ff«!
lion.
very
Terry'ë
11 Mi
»nyrellei wimt«
your Lotion Iiuk c.,i
' • U. VAS H<
l»KEI»S
•11**1 I'lilia,
INI
Rxcorder
< li< -
aed yo
Freckles, soft, niug a.
highly ««coininemlèt.
BcW.c
.l»ibT>' ïédjZ
L«.il n
d beaut living
JOHN h
aflllete«! or
• 1 .
heal.
. Kiuiitkkntii and H-ii
•<l wr'Lullon In I,IV .„mil, „„i",
«1 It to the pi i Idtc. ®
JO »' Mli.U*
1032
r l.«itlon fi
I have
«I yc
lug or the a- al
immediate
nantir uff.
» «i., riuii
drill! nixllti
uch aii
I»;
P. A few applici
Slier, and VnUr- y r «
• M I' Ill'll\
*11
1018 N. Fron i •
I have used your Lolh»n |.>r m.
highly
ii« ni
omnieiid ft.
t l'V\ A III Ml'. ||||
I have used your Loth
a severe
511 N. Tenth
«I 111:
Tlir.KT, hill
I have 1 ad Pimples
fhce. Dr. I. C, ■ erry'i noth
flu
1216 N. Third 8T., PlIILA.
feral' years with tetter upon my
frei y cured me,
FRANK R'GNPY.
Price $1 per bottle. < 'ffices, 315 North Sixth street,
Vine, Philadelphia Sent by express to any part of the Ui ii
States without additional expense. For sale by
FLA If IT mi
TltlKT, I'iilli
I suffered for
face. Y
810 mark
Lotiou
Ï have had Pimples
removed them.
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UAUIthTI
N. B. DANFORT IT,
SECOND AND MARKET STS., WILMINGTON, IF
ni27-l-dAw
1 The Celebrated Continental Brewing Co.'s Ale, Porter, liroi
Stout and Lager Beei also
JOHN F. BETZ & SON'S CELEBRATED
BOHEMIAN AND LAGER BEE]
FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
JNO. MULBOONEY
Fifth and Tatnall Streets, Wilmington, Dell
1
SOLE AGENT FOR DELAWARE.
N. B.- All orde
bottles for fan l.t use, wilM
mvHdKi
for Ale, Porter
Lager, elth«
iu kegs
dly *t'eu led
pro
DR CLARK JOHNSON'S,
Ind.ia;ii Blood: Syrup
Cures all diseasesof the Stomach. Liver, Bowels,
Kidneys, Skin and Blood MILLION« testify to
its efficacy in he ding the tibeve-named diseases, and
pronounce it to be the
BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN-1
Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA.^]
AGENTS WANTED.
Labratory, 77 W. 3d St. New York City. Druggists sell itj
JAS. F.WO( )D&C0
TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOFING
•9
Metal Work and »Jobbing of Every
Description.
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges and the "Favorite Healw.. |
JAMES F. WOOD & CO
FRONT AND ORANGE S r l5
WILMINGTON, DEL.
CONFECTION
P-'T UP IN HANDSOME BASKETS AND BOXES.
Attention Iß invited to our large variety of fine CAKES, which w« » 1 *
pleased to serve ln larjfe or small quantities. Persons desiring the bau
and FRE8HEST can always be accommodated. Ladies and GmR *■
visiting the city will find our DINING ROOM supplied with all , 1 »
delicacies of the season at reasonable prices.
G.. B.YEÜN MORSE
Li.
1300 CHESXNUT öT., PH1A.

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