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State«.
JULY 27.
WILMINGTON, FRIDA T,
Piece« for PArfy R»ck«.
It wtui wooderfuJIy kJn4 I» the BepiiblL
can Bwmbero of the City Council W«U'»
Committee to aaoLm to Measr«. Cultiert xnè
Fipp« the duty of making the extra water
assessment, as it uot only provides th* m
with a nice little berth at $2.75 per day, bu|t
prevent« them from bocomtug louely aud
rusty by being deprived of the oftlcial ex
istence to which they have both been hug
accustomed.
Mr. Culbert is almost a natural born
office-holder, aud, until bis recent flare-u|
with Postmaster Swiggett, which resulted
in his departure from the po«t office, the
present generation kuew him not except afs
a public official. It was quite distressing to
see him wandering about with no office that
he could claim as his own, and tin*
Water Committee really conferred a benefit
upon the public by clolhiug him with official
functions once more. Mr. Fipps, year» agd,
was tax collector, subsequently clerk of tlje
market, aod has been hovering Upon the
•'ragged edge," waiting to accept any fav
orable chance that oflered. He is nofe
"fixed" for sever* 1 mouths, and once nove
wears the happy, contented office-holder
expression that brightened bis visage in
days gone by.
But, while the Water Committee has con
ferred a lasting favor upon these sturdy
holders of public office, it has lakl the party
opeu to the charge it 60 ficquently hurled
against the Democracy—that ot keeping
party hacks m office. There are do&eus bi
intelligent, active young Republicans,
whose work and influence .are felt
on election days, to whom these
positions would have been a God-send,
but they were not considered iu the matter,
and the plum» dibpentsed to two old office
holders, who have come to look upou offi
cial life a» their u&tu ai position.
We sympathise with these young Repub
licans, but they must know by this ume that
they will find but little recognition aud sup
port iu the ranks of tlielr party. They c$n
do the hard work a» long a» they plea»e, but
they will aiway» find au army ot old ptb
sioi ers rfca ly to step iuto the offices for the
pobsesbiou ol which they make the fight.
The contributions of the public to the
city tax collectors, during t. e present
mouth, have had the elieci of wiping out the
overdraft, aud la&t night the City Treasurer
reported a balance in batik of over $Üf»,0O0.
City Council, however, made a ten ible on
slaught upou this comfortable pile of
wealth, aud adjouruiueut left scarcely $10,UÜU
ou hand. The next few day» will increase
this sum to about $1(>Ü,U0Ü, but even at this
early day it is apparent to any oue at all
conversant with municipal finances tliat.
there will be a large deficit at the end of the
present fis al year. We make this as a pre
diction and will cheerluliy award Chairman
Pickels, of the Finance Committee, a hand
some medal if, a year lrorn now, he proves
* the Gazette to have been a false prophet.
The conviction ol ï*ute Treasurer Polk,
of Tennessee, is the worst blow the Repub
lican party has received for a long while.
Kvery Republican editor in the country laid
his pencil sharpened for a stringing criti
cism on "Democratic justi.e in tha Skroth,"
and some doubtless had them already writ
ten. It was reall> too bad for a Democratic
juvy iu a Democratic State, to so fearfully
disappoint the Republican organs by send
ing a Democratic rascal to the State's
prison.
egttee
New
been
city
and
hi
at
■lay,
i
men
qf
be
by
a
J p doe Cummins should sit down hard
upou the impudent policemen, whose In
real ly
suiting reiuarkB ami actions
bringing the V unieipal Court into contempt.
A heavy fine, enforced by imprisonment,
would
bring the boorish models to their
senses. Their superior officers encourage
in them their impudence, and if Judge
Cummins desires to suppress their Intoler
ance he will have to take the matter into
his own hands.
Evidently the Quicksteps can't bear
praise, for
compliment them about their good playing
they dropped back into the old rut of loose
fielding aud baby batting.
Tue making ot a water assessment is a
good thing, hut the men thus ei gaged iu
the service of the publi«! should not be per
mitted to use their time for political work.
iVlau.
Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Iinjiort
ence, S«*xual Debility, cured by "Wells 5
Health Renewer." $1.
the public began to
A Womlerlui Inacovery.
Read's Three-Minute Hea«laohe and Neu
«ler ol the nineteenth
sick or nervous headache, ueu
any acute pain can resist It more than
he proven by hundreds ol
's best citizens. It's an outward ap
plication, and only costs 26 cents. Sold by all
druggists and country stores. W. H. Head,
proprietor, Baltimore and Eight streets, Balti
more, Md. Bent by mail on receipt ot 30 cents.
P. S.
Also proprietor or Read's (Fraud Duchess
Cologne—the finest cologne in the world.
A little rub with gentle hand.
Applying Read's Three* Al i» ute C
No noadacne on the earth will stand,
Hut vanish in an instant
riceless boon
s the throbbing brain
ralgia C
century,
ralgia,
two minutes, as
Haiti un
is the
Thousands say It e
When hea«iacho
In silent night or busy
So easy thus to free the pain.
No dose is given: no stop to rest:
No doctor's bill, or ban luged brow.
This wondrous cure has many blesse«!,
They speak inraptu
of it now.
Sev
doctor» «tcommiind Kea«rs Throe
igia Cure
M
Headache and N
ol the wonders uf the age.
Read's 3-Minute
dache & Neuralgia Cure.
Koail's 3-Minute Headache Neuralgia Cure.
Read's 3-Minute Headache & Neuralgia Cure.
Read's :i-Minute ileadache fe. Neuralgia Cure.
Read's 3-Minute Headache ä Neuralgia Cure.
Read 's 3-Minute Headac he fit Neuralgia Cure.
Only 26 cents, or five for 61.
Only 2ft cents, or five lor 61.
Only 2ft cents, or five for $1.
Only 25 cents, or firs forll.
This is the wonder of the. nineteenth century
This is the wonder ■ f the nineteenth oentury
MORNING S1IMMARÎ.
There was a heavy frost At the Crawford
House Id the White Mountains on Wedms
day night.
William H. Clyroer, brother of ex. Con
gressman Heteter Ciymer, died yesterday io
Reading at the age of 6d year». ^
The Howe Sewing Machine Company*«
Work«, in Bridgeport, Uoimeetleul, were
destroyed by lire last -evt-ofug. Lose about
$H50,0$tt
W. 11. Mencb, 1S year
through by a bar ol hot metal tu be steel
works at Hariihbuig, yesterday, and died
wUhlu two hours.
The Bank of Lead ville, Col , madi
peeted assign tuent yesterday,
liiougbt I bat other banks lu Colorado will
be seriomdv affected.
pretty
said,
in
a
of ago, was nin
.ex
it is not
came
stock
dress
for
Men eugiiged io i-leauiug a cc*kixio! on
Trenton, N. >7.,
South Warn
yesterday, found a number of human bone».
Au investigation wdi be made
Leonard A Blackle's twlue factory, at Pi
qua, Ohio. wh£ burned on Wedm »day night
L<»ws, $:!5,tKK). Four firemen were severely
injured by the falling of a wali.
Two farm laborers, one white, the otlu r
colored, fought a duel with pitchforks in a
JNcUou county, Ky., ou Wedne ♦
ot h uresaid to be mortally wounded.
»ti eut.
house IB
day, Bt
■ 'A mon haut of KiBgtdion, | Ontatio, ha* ob.
tainei) tram the Uarti^d «tatee Hoveruajetit
a rebate ol $15,(MR) lax wbieh he had paid
upon pressed hay impu ted into the United
State«.
ttnd
see.
t
like
is
of
tor
of
The colored vote» of Lincoln, Nebraska,
yesterday elected deleg* 1 *'* to Hie state Con
vention ot ttiefr l*«oei which is 6o choose deh
egttee to tt»e proposed fjolftred NationaJ
Ubhventhm. 1
The President of the Board of Health of
New Orleans yesterday telegraphed to the
Surgeon Geueral that, so lar, tliere h«s Out
been even at suspicious case of fever in that
city this year.
A faffiily named Bronson—fathei, mother
—charged with malpractice ou their
and
daughter and sister Caroline, have been
commiLted at Waterbury, Connecticut, iu
default ot $500 ball each.
The Ward lion Company of Niles, Ohio,
aaeigumoui yesterday, and tlu
mace
hanking house of A. O. I lent ivy »uupeuded
hi uuiibequeuce, as did also Church A Mc
Farland ol the same place.
James Smith Wa» killed by kia step-son,
David W. Dulgee,
Monday last, because Smith had beau-ii
Duiges' mother, who was Smith's wife.
Duiges bas been released
Two more bffist furi aees at tl>e steel mill
at Bethlehem, Penna., wert* narted y«iter
■lay, and a number of additional men up
i lied for work. It is said many of the union
men are seeking employment elsewhere.
A severe thunder storm passed over Mil
waukee yesterday morning, with a rainfall
qf "one and
shower/'
damaged, and some wrecked by lightning.
More thau on« hundred persons at a lawn
party in Joliet, Illinois, on Wednesday
evening, we v sickeucd by eating ice cream
whicti is supposed to have contained poison.
Some of the victims
of
the
$2
Sparta, Tenu., <
Sdlk
oue-sixteenth inches Iu a single
A number of buildings were
is
3(i
■ iu a critical coudi
Lion.
The jury iu the Polk case at Nashville,
yesterday, brought iu a verdictof embezzle
ment, fixing the penalty at 2l year»' lip
priBoument iu the peuiteuliary and pay
ent of a flue equal to the full amount
-touu.
The race between Ilaulau, Ilosmer ami
Lee, at Fuitou, N. Y., Uiob place ye»terday
Banian, aa u»ual,
be did trot exert himsell to get in
ahead.
19.50; Lee, 19.5L.
The Senate of Maa6aehu»ettB veeterd&y
ptod tlie majority
ry invehUgatiou.
au eat»y wiuuer, bu
uèh
Time—Hauian, 10.49; IloMner,
by a party vt>te, ae
port «m the Tewkbi
Koiue tiill to regulate the «libpobal of the
bodies of paupera was refused udiuiabioii,
also by a party vote.
The Iowa coal miners and operators held
Wednesday,
ibout 3,591) miuers being represented. A
•omniittee of representative« ot both sides
wa* appointed to iermulate a baHis lor work
aud report at unother joiut conference on
the 80th proximo.
President Arthur will visit friends iu Rar
itan, N. J., to-day. He is expected
turn to Washington
go thence in a day
attend the opening oi the Exhibition
1st proximo. Secretary Folger will accom
pany the President to Loulfcville.
A conference of a majority Of the Repub
lican members of the New Hampshire Lejjis
irning to edn-»
The
a conference in Des Moines
ro
orrow night, ami
tw«j to Lofiioville to
On
latufu whb held yesterday
ailler the Senatorial quebtiou, but no actip
taken.
thirty-fill li ballot
At
was
lor United Stat«*s Senator In joint conven
tion oi the Leglalature showed the in uai
lack of a choice.
The School lioard o' Burlington, New Jer
at y, lia* been cited to appear before the Su
promu Court at Trenton ou the ist of No
ber next, "to allow cause why a writ «»I
mandamus should not be issued compelling
them to grant permit« to the coloriai ellil
dreu ol Rev. Mr. Pearce (colored) for mi mis
sion to the public bchoo) in that city."
At Miles City, Montana,
night, a
the Cosmopolitan Theatre, who was await
ing trial lor a lel«»ny, was taken.from jailtby
a mob tend lynched. Two hours after bhe
lynching the theatre was set on fire and «le
st roved, with six ot her build lugs.
It is believed the theatre was filed
iu revenge for the killing of Rigney.
A special agent sent, by the Imerior pe
oarttnent to investigate all«*g«Hi Irauds iu
elections recently held by the Scneéa Ii'ditins
iu New York State, Is pre;>ariug a report.
He will say that a few of the 1 «linns ViOld
tit tr votes tor H) and 20 cents to the victnr
ioùs party," and that "this caused the tni
riorfty to complain." lie thinks, ho
that *'in spite ot these tacts the interior De
partment
electiori void.
'
Wednesday
•ed Rigney, « barteuder at
In
ly
into
I
not the right to de« l&re the
The Democratic State Central Committee
of Virginia met yesterday iu Lynchburg,
and the. me ruin rs expressed satisfaction at
the action of the State Convention, wtdeh
iu its platform accepted the Ohio idea ol Die
tariff and the Readjuster id« as of the set
tl ment o the. Slate, debt aud the support ot
colored public schools. R. H. Cardwell w
chosen Secretary of the Committee, aud the
Chairman, John S. Barbour, wasauthoriz d
to s« l«*ct an Executive Committee ol five
me m be is.
The.orders of the Surgeon General of the
; Hospital Service and thé Secretary
of the Treasury establishing a quarantine
for Infected v«*s»els near Norfolk, Virginia,
have created alarm in that city. The 'Nor
folk arid Portsmouth Cotton Exchange and
the Norfolk and Portsmouth Merchants'
Exchange yesterday passed resolut'
ing the removal ol the hospital barge to
Lynn Haven Hay, just
l that all infected
enter Hampton Roads b«*
antilie at that point.
bear
a
iu
per
5
to
Mari
Neu
ueu
than
ol
ap
all
Head,
Balti
cents.
H8k
id« 4J»pe Henry,
'» 1 b which may
dcred into quar
Vital Ouest ion*.
Ask the most, eminent physician
Of any school, wliat is the l*est thing in
the world for quieting and allayiug nil irri
tations ot the nerves und curing all forme
of nervous complaints, giving natural
childlike ri-fn «hing sleep always ?
And they Will teil you unhesitatingly
"Some form of Hops !"
CHAPTER i
Ask any of all the most eminent physi
cian S'
What is the best aud only remedy that
be relied on to cure all diseases of the
»d urinary organs; such as Bright's
liahetes, retention or inability to
is anil ail
kidneys
disease,
retain urine, and all the dise
mente peculiar to Women"—
ill tell you explielty
•ally "Buchu."
A-k the same physicians
"What is the most reliai)]» and
rure for all liver diseases
Throe
And liny
>d ei
Cure.
Cure.
Cure.
Cure.
Cure.
Cure.
P'
est
dysp' phia: con
stipatiou. Indigestion, bffiiousness, malarial
lever, ague, tec and they will tell you .
Mandrake ! or Dandelion !'»
:e, when these remediee
H
—. combined
With other« equally valuable
And compounded Into Hop Hitters,.#uch a'
[Concluded
weck. J
JOHN WAWAMAKKR**:
X
t
Near
*».
A Tfcdy cat»« to the store
yestehdiiy with a sample ol
iSummur Silk She had tried
pretty much all the stows, she
said, aud had fouud a match
in oue, ol the largest at -$1.00
a yard. Belbfe buying she
hgrç, saw the largest
g a|
New
came
stock of any, and bought a
dress piUicrit, eCdve a -me goods
for 76c. saving about $6>00.
' 1 '30»N WatlAMiKEK.
About 100 varieties of as
pretty Stumper Silks in checks
ttnd stripes as you'd car« to
see. Some are black and white,
some are combinations ol colors,
whle others are different
shades of the same. A trio
t tat lay on the counter you'd
like us to tell you about. One
is a sapphire hue, giving a
placid sky effect, the fine lines
of weaving blending the shades
almost to a changeable. A
second is a golden sunrise hue,
biilliant in tone, and the third,
tor all the world a livid sunset
The
of gorgeous colorin'/,
rtesigus—^-not the tabrio—make
the price, which is 50c. to
$2 00 .
-
Sdlk Qounur, TUtrleenlU street, second
JOHN WÀNAMAKER.
left.
In Black Goods a Nun's
Serge, 1^ yards wide, is the
most recommend able, and is
i«.w at $1.00 a yard.
Albatross, 44 iu. wide, is 50
and 05c.
Nun's V'eiling, 42 in. wide,
is 37^ and 50c.
An ail-wove Late Bunting,
3(i in. wide, at 37 £c. per yard'
completes this morning's men
tion of serviceable summer
dress fubrics in black.
(Jta-'tttnuV street entrance un the l- ft.
JO IN WA'iAMAKER.
8
A
A Pineapple Tissue is a
figured ight goods on a tinted
ground. Plenty of dresses
were sold earlier in the season
at 25c. a yard. Wouldn't you
deem it a bargain with this
summer half gone (and ano her,
we trust, to follow,) at one
dime a yard 1
to
right.
Maiket at. main aisle, first circle
JOHN WANAMAKER.
«»I
«le
iu
tni
De
We tried to say very cleady
that this job lot of Lawns are
' in the newest French siyles,"
and further that "our buyer
knows it's American make."
It ladies in -ist on buying it ns
a French Lawn it is not tlijat
we sell it as such, but that jit
looks so very like it, as it does.
10c. a yard is lar below val»e.
aiBle, first circle on right.
JOHN WANAMAKErL
at
Market street.
the
at
Die
set
ot
the
d
five
the
and
to
The Ginghams were a bigger
lot than the Organdies, or, like
them they'd be gone. Just as
periect Ginghams as any on
our shelves. The drop is on
this job lot only, and 7c. a
yard is a heavy cut on such
goods.
Market *\
In aisle, first circle
right.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
H8k
The pile of Calicoes — tlu- y
are bonafide 8c. Calicoes—-is
melting away like a plate oi
ice cream, and about as pleas
. ant an operation. The tact is
that people took sb strong a
h Id on this five cent, per yard
barga n that our buyer had to
add a trifle of twelve or thir
teen thousand yards to the pile
to keep good feeling Dp you
understand that all these print
ed goods are the best make of
"fast color V '
may
in
irri
forme
that
the
to
ail
Market street, main aisle, first circle
right.
ei
JOHN WANAMAKER.
est
con
John Wanamaker,
Chestnut, Thirteenth 6nd Market streets
and dty hail square. PMUadelpbla.
JMrT.jre«»» i.f»w
PHILADELPHIA, Y\ IL MJ&jttSk
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BALTIMOU F ÛAILKO.U».
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V **.5t': v p! Ui.
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» in.IMAY.ÄL Y. «7.
mil*.*« -
t rain» wUl leave S' in
Fhtladelphiaah«! iaUT<*
»«».». ». m. 2.io. 4.00,
Philadelphia
9.00,9.911,'1.58. 10.20, ;
6.6% 7.4b p. U:.
Near York— «>.«». hi, »■>•. U. V* a. .« .
n*.*», I.«, 2.SO
Baltimore ami int. ru
*». »7jfc.ro. 6.00 j .
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1.42, 4.61, 8. a .17
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dS.oop.m.
g a| Mm p ra wawi-ot>. a. ü
5'raiiiafii kifcYst I » 1 v
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l.to. 3.00, i. 26 p.
Mate «fcatlon*—f. io «.
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New castle ^.ou, a.n
Harrington »»«) in
l.p%f.25p. ...
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Rxpres» for Delinnr. 4. 0 p
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t>4fcUmh-lptria rqiI lute-ni'NlUb»
12.0» m. 6.ao. 7.»*. a.fié. p. m.
Philadelphia and New 1 ork -2.00. ».»a. m. 5.J7,
6.38, 7.26 p. in.
lialfcOnoK aud.Washington—1.42, 4 61. ».06* 8.D,
A. ». 11.04 p. m,
Baltimore— 1.0« a. m.
Û irther Infor um* luü panseufere t
» 4he time table- posted at the depot.
utarfctMl Ilias: (*♦
«Atm iut t* -■-iiaraed. , ,
B. WOOD. General i'aaMir
on*---.in^ u
I».
For
llmitsfl «corona
i,i. n
j.
upon vy
uge» A
CHAH. It. IH'GH. »
J^JALTIMOHK
&PUi.J^OKLPI$lA R. K.
CHANGE of HOUR8.
Ott and alter .n s F. 1st, 1883. train« will
fwiotfti
I a* a vc Wilmington 7.06, >0.80, a. m; 6.3» p. m.
Arriyeai LaiideuirerK, «.» 6. m; 12.06
'ÄMk leave Wllmlngto«*,
{Jfaktâ$."rïT
Arme it U'tlmi»tt«»n 6 .ik> ». m; 2 .
HumUy«. leave l.au<lenuerfr,8.(A a
Arrive RTIinln«;lui , «.1« *. iu. 5.40 p. ui.
D. CONNELL ttiipcruiv^nrtent.
KAILROAD
10 80 a. m.. and
11,40 a. m. 7.10 p.m.
.l?» p.m!
pKWNBYLVANlA
DN AND AFTF.R JUNK 26, 1882.
MAIN LINK.
rUAlNH LKAVK KhOAD HTKhBT STATION.
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"Nrw Vfcrk and , LlminnlVor
Idlle^J^UlHburir ami ün- VV
Western EX prvh-..
Pndttc Express W
sept Hund ay.
•11.20«.
•11.05 a.
• 9.06 p.
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ii.fi> p.
Watktl
Krl H
«ïartSôr^.
Lack. Haven Kxp
11.06 a. nr
Buffalo Kxp
dally
. 11.20 p. m
7 4» a. oi
11.05 a. m
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«*wu Kxnresa S4.IT
7 Tor Otaatn
■i
I
r.4o and 11.06a. m
!
d Mage
, daily, 11.2» p, W
iMTNburK PUèT, 5,4i' I». m.
Hhenandoaii Valiev Kadroad every
w«?ek day at 7.4» n. in., and New Or
iean« Kx prass, via Lit ray and Chatta
nooga. daily st.
liiprlsbtirg ami York Kxp
Mail Train.;...
tlarrlsbu-K Aec
York and H
fork, Hue
Park« blni rg Train
Downing town Ac
U.filp.
1«£S
..1 2.14 p. a.
.5 7.40a. m
lertck Kxpreuspl .»6 a. hi
• »dation. . A4 44 p. u»
Kxp.
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Utft ftlld Yip
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45 p. m.
laudation, 6.1»,
hutiday, 7.30 a.
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Pftoll Train«, 6.1ft, 7.15, 8.15, 10.15 and 11.*5
a. m.. 1-.45, 1.4ft,
5.15, 5.4ft, 6.1ft, «.
tvVkift
4.15, 4.45,
nd 11. i
.45 a. in
. i
day, 7.30, 8.3». 6.30 and
2.45, «.-«ft, 5.1ft, 8.15 ami l».16p.
Bry
Älawr Trum«,
8.16, 8. fi, W. 1% 1 1.4 » «
2.A ».JA, 3.4s 4.»
7.4 », ».15. 10,30 a tv
8 3 1, 9.30, 11.46 a.
«.10, 6.45, 7.1A 7.4ft
. in.. 12.46. 1.46, 2.1 A
, 4,45, 6.1ft, 5. 4ft, 6.15 6.4(>,
I 11.3») p. iu. Ou Sunday. 7.30,
..I, 2.46. 3.45, 5.J5, 8,15
!
P
West Che»
Kxp.es»,
Mlation, «.
J.lo, 6.45. 8.45, 7.4ft, I
a. m., 4.44. 5.40 p.m.,
!.. 2.1ft,,
inlay, 7 A»i
7.
l.4ft a.
ft an«» Uklftp. hi.
■ u
Train»
«I 7.5» A.
2.55
7.25
5.10,
4.2ft a.
Wllb
I -
pt^ Monda» .
rum Erie
. dally, extent
d NUgaia Fall», 7.50 a.
«lay.
laity
u, 3.1ft n. m.,
kins, Elmira
., dally, except
Ï
n Bupulu
plMumlay. F
y exedpt Bund
Willlambport,
Ha
I
«X
I
datl
«I
7.26 p.
• lay.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE BKoaD »TKEET STATION
FOR NEW YORK.
» eek-.lay«, 8.15, 3.2», 8.4%
e«*pt Monday, b.80, 7.3», 8.20, 8.3»
•1 II a. in. (I.lmite«i F.xprt-s», 1.3»,
6,2» p. in.) 1, 3, 4, 5. 6,8. 3». 7.46. 8 ami 8.2Vp. in.,
dl.ui nlRbt. On BuBOay«, 8.i5, 3.2». 3.4%
t. in., 4, (Limited Express. 7.4%
I 8.2» p. m, and 12.01 night.
For Brooklyn, N. Y., a'l through trains r<»n
s of "Broeklri
Ex press
». ft
a
tot at Jersey City
'affording direct transfer to FT.lto»
«dding double ferriage aud Joutucy
ew York city.
lor Sea Girt, Spring Lake, Ocean beach,
£*r</Vu, Auoufy Kuril ■*»■> Lttflin fli.tlicli,
it 11.30a. in.,
week «lays.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Express lor New York, 6.55 aud 8.40 a. it
week-days.
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
New York, via ('aimkm
Ith I.
A
across N
e ffl
«I 2.4», 3.UU, 3.3», 4.
I
Exprès
a.o» a
Bx vP;-r'
Trenton,
14.3» p
eek-tiays.
rove and Long Brauch, Ac
• d Berkeley. 7.30 a. in., 4 p
P a River
Express 1
atatioiib,
Tuckerton
T<
s Rive
and Intermediate
a in, amt 5.2» p. m.
) a. in. aud 4.0» p. in.
BELVIDEKE DIVISION.
FROM a ROAD STREET STATION.
Daily, except Su inlay—Ex press for Lambertville,
ware Water Gap, ScrnuUin, Bing
Ibwego, 8.0»a. m., 12.01 an«!6.UU.p.
«I Vftater Gap only, 4)»o
F i
V
For
nbertvlll«*. 3 p. m.
ns
jit
Fie
igb.n, 8.00«. in., 12.01 and 4.00p. mi
ve*laliy J ex«*e.ptîM»n«iay— From Kaelon,
. ; 3. «U, 7.46 ami » 06 p. in.
FKDM EENSlNDl'DN STATION, FRONT
AND NORRIS bTREETri.
l>aily, eieept Snud«y-ExpiVbs r«»r LainI»«rtviUe,
Easlon, Delaware Wafter Gao, b. jaiiUm. Biug
huiuUnt and Oswego 7.40 a. ui., 12.61, ft.36 p.
Gap oui), 3.35 p.
Km
Uliv 2.11) I>. m.
, 7.40a. III.; 12.01
FK'inlngi
«I 3.30 p. at.
BToad ivisi <
:t, amt Itr«*a<
ticYèls can he had
is, 83« Chestn
The 1
>»mpany will «rail frrr ami
liotelu ami n«i<Kin«es. TÏÏne
informallou eau he obtain«;«! at the
1 at U»e following
I No, 838 Chestnut stn-et,
! S. E* e«r. Broad aud Cheatnui
\ No. 116 Market street,
Nd. 4» Mel ton
I No. 3-24 Fed« 1
-■u Transfer (
•k hagg-iir«
eanlh ami lull J
TICKET OFFICES:
e. Germant'
Ht. V
CHARLES E. PUGH, General Manage*,
J. R. WOOD, Geueral Passenger Ageut.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK—STEEL RAII.8.
SPLENDID SC'EN ERY, MAG N IFIOENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL Ka*L
WAY.
EFFECT
Baltimore city lime,
""«lav,
as
on
on
a
-TA KI
Train»
Mail T' ii
> follow» :
for
11 v
je|
the North
Chicago
ti»l Limited Express, dally
-, daily. West,
rg Pitbseiigcr,
..10,46 a.
- l».4ft a.
Fa»
Ha
daily
Bunday
4.30 p. m
•»», dally . 8.45». in
West, «lally.11.15 p. in.
odatton, 8.30 5.30 6. »lau«! 10 00
•pt Bunday. Bunday only, t.
(Jock«?ys\UU-. Aceoiniii'xtatlon, 9.30, 11.30 a. wi.,
1 11.3» p. m. On Buuday,
, i.;w anu I» p. m.
er an«i Gettysburg, 7.30 a. m.
Spring Branch, 8.30 a. m., 8 and 6.30
For tickets to all points East, North and M«st,
apply at Culvert SUtlon, at Nortln aot corner
Baltimore and Calvert street», and
Ba^ga«
Her Bali 1
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAIL
ROAD
FROM CAx* VERT STATION,
TAKING EFFEtT JIJNR 12, 1883.
For Washington, 7 a. i
daily, except Bnnday,
and ll.lift a. ni„ and 5.
For Pope*« ( reek Line, 7.00 a.
dally, except Buuday.
For Annapolis, T.06a. m, dally exe«pt8un«lay
and 5.ÜÜ p. m., dally.
For Rli IfiiM.iul and the South at 4,20 and 9.45 a.
., dally except dun lay.
Midland Railroad, at
j except Bu mlay.
V\e
Exp
!>•
For 11
called for and checked at hotels and
on orders left at office, northeast dor
lore aud Calvert streets.
y
oi
is
a
to
pile
you
of
. 3.15
d 8.55 p.
7.36, 9.45
1 7.10 p. m., dally.
"• 6U«I 4,10 p.
■ I 4.
an.i
. m dally,
For tlu; riouih via Vlrgli
4.20 a.m., .lally, and 8.55 p.m.,
7.1» p. ui.. Sumlay only.
For ■ . and « ». K. K., St 3
dally* ex«*«*pt Sunday.
For Non.»L k via i'otomsc HI".«
day, Wednesday sad Frhlav
FROM UNION STATION.
I 8.16 p.
nla
3.15 and 8.55 p. in.
steamer«, Mon
11.35 a. m.
For Washing!
OIU 4^30; 8.50, 7.05, 7.46, 9.50, 11 40
1.25. 5.10, 7.20, 8.06 p. m. Oil Buu
50, 7.4b» 9.60, 11.40 a. in., 6.10 and
. m., 2.55, 3.
day, 4.30, 8.
7.20 p. m.
For va. Midland Road, at4JK> a. m., «tally, 9.06
except Huilday. 7. : i0p.m.. on
U. Road, 8 5» a. m., dolly, ex ept Bun
5 »; iu., (limited , 3.',6p. m„ and 9.05
luily, except ou ounday.
FKUM 1'KNNBVLVANIA-AVENUK STATION
•li.«, i. M. if.oA anrt 11.« ». m.. ».l»
'Wffif'ÄÄ.' 0 *' *"*wt
WASH * OH BALTIMORB
A 6 ao 1 ^« 0 ^ "•» L30L 4.20, 4.40,
9 » 10 Î - *?' ï. î W» p. m. On Bun days, at
su» 1Ü.3 - a. BI.. 4 .^ 6 ^ 7.30, 9.60 and 16.5» p.
<»Aiu.»f^rä£; gtnènfâ&.jiiZ' ** U
p..
y'.rll'*
dav. i.
right.
BAJLROAjt tnrn
Time Table to go Into effect July 3d, 1883.
GOING NOKTIi.
Daily «xcept
BUttdttyH.
Sunday»
Stations.
WlUnb»^ I am.a
Dupont .,.
O. Ford J.
Lennire....
< 'on te» ville
only.
"i '» Si
i sjl t» 1 i..v :«i »»>
7 00 1
7 '20
1 4. »>02 7 » 74»
t M « 1H 7 :*I; 7 4M
2 32 7 00 8 00, «3»
»02 7 31
7 4«
I
•I.
6 Oft
«01
n aynes.«
Ht. Peur
510
» 6 2 '
Warwick. 6* 12 4ft I j
Hnrlngft. Id 6 5i »23 102 3 18 7 48
Hlr -Wo. 7 «7 9 W 1 2 06 1 8 50 8 JO
Ihuulln*. j 8 12110 301 2 40 , 4 26; 8 301
I». Alt 5.)
12 30
> V.t
! 0 23
. ti
0 0«
10 :s
GOING SOUTH.
Dally
»un«tay.
5l\l% 00 V!ß T *3 1 it 2 7 00
6 Ml «88 10» 3 82 « 08 7 3A
Ö 10 «06 11 »4 4 22 6 38 Ml*
Sundays
only.
«•opt
WatlimR,
Blr Vlmni.
I
4 06
4 3«
Ü®
: «
8 P
6 56 H :«l
i h 24
)V»yiiee.J. t» "rtl 924|
CVratvsvIU»* 4 45 7 »7 «58
Lenap«* .... 6 v7| 7 44 10 40
Ford «F. ft 5W 7 65110 80
DniMHit. ..*0281711121
AB.^st | * H 11 ®
For connections at Wilmington, Chi
Junction, Leiiape, Coatesvlllu, W
Junction, Btrdjlboro and K«a lna, sc 1
table« at all stations. L. A. RiiWKR.
. „ _ * en. Paaa Agent.
J. H. Thompson, Gener l Hupt.
6 121
6 V0
S hH
6 5»!
< »4M
1000
110»)
6 17
602
H 23
1<*l
6 42
I».
add's Ford
ayneslnirg
Dnw
QAMDEN AND ATLANTIC K. R.
OÎÏAND AFTER JUNR an. i«j,
TBAlNB WlbL LtCAVE 8 FOLLOW
MU ATLANTIC CITYs
From Vine 8tiwot Ferry — Expre-a on
MM. in., 3.16 4.00 a-d 6.45 n. m.
••ay only, 2.00 p. nu On Huud»y,7.ao
Fro'u.
w«*ek-days,
oi* t-niui
d ê. *> a.
Expr* nil
5.3» p.m. oil
. « u Hutiday, 7.30
Hha^katnax^n 8 tree I Fc
week days, 9.Xt> a. iii., 3.U), 4.CIÜ
(Saturday on y. 2.0» n.
8.36«.
Accoin ni*'dation Train will leave above Ferric«
oc wcek-daynat 8.0» a.in.and 4.86p.m.. and
Hun 'ay at M.OUa. m. aud 4 3» p.m.
Parlor car« atuuihnd to all express train«.
KxcunUou train will I tv« p»e above Ferrie«
dally »t HAtua. ro. r
LOCAL TRAIN» FKOM PHILADELPHIA.
For If addon Add from Vine
fir. et Ferries, 7.
12.00m., 2.00, 4,
Fr« *i Vine stree «
8hncka7n«xo]
Snudav trains
<1 Hbackamaxun
00. 8. 0, 10.no and U U) a. m.:
6,00. 6.30 . in.
>(>, 5.4ft, 7.30, 9.30 a. m.From
r noth jhstrteaat 8.0Q and 8.3D
a. in., and 4.30 u. in.
r- rti Pennsylvania Hall road
Market kir. ct, 7.«» a. m., 2 fi
, »Mk-fffcyi.
or A too, fro
n
St at. ton, fbot of
6», Au '«lid'll.86 I».
days, 9.30 it. m., 6.1«) !» in.
<1 Hhackumaxon stn-el
; 4, ». 4.3». 6
Ol. Fro
t
v,
Ferrie« 8.
.. 12 . 0 »
l>, ui. Hiindav«. 8.00a, in., 4.36
root of Market street, 11.8» p. in.
For Ifauinonton.from Vine ami Mhnrk.imnxo
ferries, 8.00a. in., 4.3», 6.3», S.
»lay«, 8.» Or. m., 4.*) p
from toot oi fctsrkoi utn
. Nato relays only,
11 :«>|>. in.
or L ike«l<Iu,ii,oo it. m.. 2.00 i>. in.
oi MarlPm. Modf-inl, Ml. Holly and Interme
diate »f U!»»*, leave foot of Alnra t ».tr t, week
tLys 7 30 a. m„ 2. »and 5.Ö0 it. m. Suuuayfc,
0.3» a. in., 6.3» p. m. From Vine and Bliack*
luaxoti Ferries, 10.CW a.
For « IlHauistown, fr»
street ferries, 6.0» a.
Woodruff parlor
W. N. BANNAKD,
Hu|»erintendent.
I
!
Vine and ehackainaxtA
., 12.00 in, 4 3» ,6.00 p. iu.
all exprès» trains.
J. H. WOOD,
. Agent,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MODEL FAHT LINE, AND THE ONLY
LINE BETWEEN
THE EAST AND THE WEBT, VLA WASHING
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK !
JAN NY COUPLER!
BTEKL KAI LB !
HCHEDULF. TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882.
LEAVE CAMDEN STREET STATION :
A. M.tChicago, ClneLnimtl, St. i.uiilw Faut Ex
preafc, K. A (». Palaee Sleeping Car» t<»
Ciiielimatl, St. Ixmthaiid Cbleago.
4.40 tWaHhliifrtoii ami w»> stalbms. (VA.
MIDLAND) Southwest, Uleltiu'Mid, (v|a
Unantb-o.)
F.llicott < tty and wav »union«.
6.4» Waablngtou «nd way «tation».
1 " AlffctON ANII WASH
IM.TON EX. and stationaon MelropuU
Branch.

!
7.15 ANN
7.50 tPleilmoiiL StrasburR, Winchester, Ha
eraiown, Frederick ami way «talions, v
Main Stem. (On Bunday
only. )
tPriltlHUKG, CINCINNATI, HT. LOU IB
W ABHINlATDN A ND ( OLl'.M HUB EX
I'KKB» dally. sndCHICAI.
Saturday. (K4« hni«»nd and the
uanlleo). Mleeidng «-arn, Balllii
nnatl, Louisville and 4'bleaRo Junetlop
tar», ilileago .Junction to Cbli*
Hie«-ping Cara, tirafi.m to ImliauapoliB,
«lall y except »al unlay.
+ Waslilnglon ami way sta to
ilH«»n Hnnitays.
10.30 W AHIII MGTÖN
IMIKBB.
Klltcott Cl
ly
9.00
daily .«x«*« t.t
»outh, na
toClp
:
V, in
i. Annapt»
AND LAUREL EX
r. m.
12.16 Washington, Annapolis ami way.
1.30 fOn Sunday only, for Washington aa«i
KÜk
1.3
ingioÆ
I way stations.
W ay Stations.
(Rich
d. tiuantlco,
at W'a.'.bingti
Monday, W odneaday ami Friday, and with
««• m camt»oat (io. onTucsdav, Thnrs
1 Saturday for Old Point Comfort,
5. Co.,
Norio.g, •&«'.
4.no Washington
EXPRESS.
•les su i Annapolis Junction, Laurel
Hvattbv ae.
4.20 W Incticsu-r, Hagerstown, Fr««lerlck
way.
5.00 tW ashlngton, Anuapolis i
5.20 tFrederick and way statl
«.2» Mai tbishurg suid way stations.
tW ashington an«l wav stall«»
tl itt-hurg.nevelan«! and Detroit Expre#».
»»1% Palace Sl«-cplng Cars to Plttsbuilg.
1 KESS. B. A O. Palace. Sleeping < ai> to
ClucinuatL Bt. L«*»i." ami (Tiwago, Lyncdi
hurg ami the »outh, via Va. Midland.
«•'6 Sunday only, for Ml. Ali y and way.
11.15 . VU. Airy and way '
U.3» Waslilugton ami way stations,
heave l'«»r Metropolitan ifr«»»ch, 7.15a. in, D.
<12.5»i>. in. For l(«M;k ville, t».»0a. m
ln« stop at Relay
LEAVE WASH I ' GTUN Foil BALTIMORE;
.»», 10.00 a. MS.;
3.00, :(.»), 4.30, t4.40, t5.|ft,
Other train« dally,
p
Id
id way.
7.30
4)»o
8.46
S 11
10.30, 6.5», t7.46,
12.10, D. 26, 2.20, 42.35. t
t7.U(, 7.:», to.40 aud 11.30 p.
tlhdl^. ^Sunday
•lain r»ï.' oulîfil for and checked at hotels
resiliences <»n orders left at Ticket Office«
W"8T BALTIMORE STREET, N. W. C^r V'aT
vm: Aj UAMDEN STATION' and M^bOufll
W. Vf. CLEMENTS,
Master of Transportation.
6 . 00 ,
8 . 10 ,
>•
<
. K. LORD,
n. Pass.
ami
the
Akrju.
NJifV ADV ER T1HKMENT8.
Uuiversitv of Virginia.
, B V M .*?î C, 5 , A '' r «-''CTIIUES (nlm wti.i
ÄSÄiÄftä t°£'è .ft
aswwiyrar , "'" r
vately;
tin* ail van tu ve of systematic Instriiciiôm
« r «'*N "A* 1 ïrm - UlUviT.lty^.rV,,, j u>,
«•nt», Who
this <
those who
practitioners who h
I lirl
LAND LV, AIMS A «rEcu i.i',
:
'
PATENTS AwbteRHON & SMITH,
•Solicitor of U.S. and Foreign
I «tent*, No. 700 Seven tli streut, cor. G, odd *
S. Patent <»ftlce, Wa hington. i». Curt
nondeuce MolD it« d. N chargé Tor adviced No
re«? charge * unless patent is allow«*«!. Reieren «-s
e M ^ i ke , r r "•** L<«'tin»*fccr,
Washington, D. C, Pamphlet of iustruetlhns
m
in
in.
00
wi.,
6.30
a.
lay.
at
P ATEN T 8
kUiöKÄ iîïsï ;iT" r b, "" r, ■
iit-tlfs
■d.
»w-t»
and
dor
AGENTS Attention.
M KTKOK A1.,\ioi"*jLMCK, with l.ninl
Composition Face. Time «een ills
iiï'i'l 5 ', . a î, n lf ljt ' NOTHIN! 1 SKI.IJS Sl>
* , ®° a "o"'" eas *ly made Send
»J.60 lor »ample, or 3-eent utalnn for rull panic
m»n. «JLO Wjb 4 A FJU8HlE,Uenenü Ajçeatt
lania-1-14 Watert.ury, <jpn
an.i
P ENSK ) \ 8 JSiKig?. d Ä, or m n ^;
liicrettsii», bounty, buck l.ay uu.l illichurin« !.'
tallied. Ap,ily nt once, 1 ?et ly pSSSKST,"^
rights. Fees fixed by luw. 'Address with
si»«mp. the old ustahlished firm of P IM«»
GO „ Attorney« and Claim Agents, yn y
Washington, D. U. * '
with
N &
in.
17«
PURE
INDIA
TEAS!
40
Buu
and
9.06 Ahwiiui^i.n..™, re.
orexnaSÎSl feares Is'o Y h?u ,lHln
Bun- mr*mixing * u-i'lh * u- * r:i 11 ' ,n Xi'SU-¥a{nau,e
9.05 TeasT Vlrev « uHSü,? ^ Tb« ap.-r V bina
lx tract. Ä« 'Vf,>. '''f* <»f
SLyWKStr ; h »Ä";„Ä "ÏÏ
1 ' U,Ua " H *
4.40,
at
p.
siuirhui»
York.
of the
Age
Checks in O hours
CURES In3 DaYS
J. P. Miller, M. D.
-DRUG STORE
19 N. 11th ht. Phlla
48 formen
MiHtJALj ,i v ro r*n
DR CLARK JOHNSON'S.
Indian Blood H
yi-up
Cures all diseafesof the 8 omach.
Kidneys,
its efficacy in he ling the abcve-named di
prononnce it to be the
IdViT, P,(
kin and Blood t MILLION •
HVPls,
b'l-tilv to
' Hsl> . fuui
< ) H {
—BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO NlAN-j
[^ 'Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA.
AGENTS WANTED.
Labratory, 77 W. 3d St. New York City. Druggist, jJ
JAS.F.WOOD&CO
TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOF IN
"I
Metal Work and Jobbing ol Every
■'j Description.
Stoves, Heaters, Ra^es and the "Favorite lleatej
J AMES F. WOOD & C0.J
FRONT AND ORANGE HI
WTI ,MINGT( )JST, DEL.
(J
)]
fet
DR I. C. TERRY'S LOTIO
.for
t<»
Soiiening and Beautifying the Skin.
This preparation has a remarkably healing and soften
effect upon the Skin. It removes J'imples, Blotches, Kruptiq
Red or Inflamed Noses, Freckles, Sunburn, Rough or Chapj
Lips or Hands, Liver Spots and Discolorations, Dandruff]
Itching of the Scalp, Thickened or Brittle Nails, etc.
Read the certificate of the K minent Chemist. Brot. Chai
S. (iauntt, M. 1)., (iraduate of the University ol lVimsylvui
1844:
ly
t.t
ANALYTICAL LABRATORY, NO. 223» MASTER STHKPT.I
I'm la bRt.mu A, Pa., February 2«, lx«». (
liicd fir. I. ('.Terry «Lotion for Softening mid He 8»
fed of substance«
•fully e:
Hkln I flint It Is compo
Having
• f-'tly tree Iro
Oiclr nature, an
.1 I regai «I it as one of the be«! as yet offen
»f the skin, by which Itselastl« ity an«l «Ml
»ly be prefi xed. A lew appllealIons or Dr. Terry's
edulous «»f magical efl'ecui In ««»fteDlng and he
«•nd ft to the public as a sunerior »rcj.araHon.
eompoti tiding
II injurious «pis
skill lull) coin 1
• kill
i emollient or softeuliig iu
«1 to the public. I
racy, Its a«»Ptiu*f*H
Lotlou will «•♦.nvli
tlfvlng tli » skin. I
It Is gratifying tor
cb a valuable tin
CHARLES S. ti A l NTT, M.
Analytical ami CuiisulUn»Ga«
nrepar-tlon tin
healthy »«•
ice lln
sltatinr- 1
former slude
of mille has
•«•«•< l«'«J lu
TESTIMONIALS:
to
MS.;
Id

Piula.Kka II
Newtown, Buck
ffered for the last ten
j Hu* Scalp. During that tin
physicians, who prescribe«!
ontaflordiug me any ri llet
i pllckiloufl of your Lotion h
A POT RVILLETKL'H. ' O. >
'jq 8. Fourth street, Phlla. J
«I for ti l'U-eii yi
• will
hiiMilied
IV lllM-HS«',
I
I Huff. i
emler
«1 by «•xcesslvt
Th« skin would often crack open
•a I u fui. A fi'W applications of Dr. I. I*. Terry's j
mtion afforded me linmediate relief.
WM. D. STAGER, I
aft
AS don
RMXMidkk ok 1
425 OlM stililt »
Rkkywn, Montgomery county. Pa, ! I have used your Loti »
" rt "" "*« : ftfXÄ" 1 . »«:
' wi„l« Cl*. S..W.«or. »««"■gSî.iï.r.i.î'Â
PI»!
I w
. 1 .«
aching p.tln <>n the op of my
hvi»L no «hniht. in th«* part tli
dandruff. 1
which re
, j 1 lia»
ed both headache ami din- | highly
G. ANDERBONk
y. F«;
«i >•«»
Beal
Lotion,
«lruff.
. (j. Terry'
-m™ 1 " toU "' 'jVÎlV'V Mtll.l.
1032
. have 1i«ed your L*»li
7 Ing ol the s alp. A few
inimedlale r« lief,
Rien nonorrnr, Bu«dc*
For several tnnntlis pant I hav« »
• yed with rough «sin. 11 would «
I «
•h
ï iTJfü-iiHd.
T. MIIKI'I
101« N . F HONT STKKET, D
I have lined your Loti
•I can highly
hie pain.
«huff.
healed ami renOoroil the skin to a healthy
Mon. WARREN G. WORTH INGTON1
>|iWA Kl> tll'UU.
nil N. TfcNTH STItteltT, Pll
I Itlurk •
2720GttfcY , e Fkrry Road, Phlla,
1 have dfeod your Lotion for »happed hands. 1_
as a severe case. It effect«-«! a eure. In two days.
JOHN F. COONEY 4 ,
1216 N. Third ter., Piiii.a.
ffiTed for several years with tetter upon my
Lotion entirely cured pie.
FRANK KIGHVYL
Price $1 per bottle. Offices, 315 North Sixth street, ^
Vine, Philadelphia Sent by express to any part ol the In
States without additional expense. For sale by
It
I have • ad Pimple» « .
far.-. Or. I. C. errs', «.«««••«
STHKKT, I'll
^810 M.\
v.mrl.
tiAUKK
face. Y
1 have ha
removed tlmin.
Who
lirl
N. B. DAN FORTH,
SECOND AND MARKET STS., WILMINGTON, 1
nV27-1-«l*wi
' The Celebrated Continental Brewing Co.'s Ale, Porter, Broj
Stout and Lager Beei also
JOHN F. BETZ & SON'S CELEBRAT KB
*
No
«-s
BOHEMIAN AND LAGER BEE!
■d.
FOR SALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BÏ
ills
Sl>
JNO. MULROONEY,
Di
Fifth and Tatnall Streets, Wilmington,
SOLE AGENT FOR DELAWARE.
^;
!.'
with
for fan '•? JJJlfi
bottles
N. B.- All
promptl»- a»tpr
Lager, either In kegs
lers for A1«, porter
led
t=
confection
with
&
PUT UP IN HANDSOME BASKETS AND BOXES.
bina
<»f
"ÏÏ
*
AtUjiitton Is iiivltrt.il to our Urge variety ef ÏD» CAKES, w ^ nf;8T
pleased to serve In large or iruaU quantities. Fereon» aewnpg n
and FRESHEST can always be accommodated. Ladies ** n ... „»i -the
visiting the city will find our DINING ROOM supplied witn *
delicacies of the season at reaaonable prices.
Gr. BYRON MORS
the
D.
1300 CHESTNUT ST., PHIA*

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