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«F1LMINDTDN, MONDAY, JULY 30.
There Must be a Change.
Political predictions are ever liable to
prove lameutable failures, but any one who
reads the article
in
have
but
th^
the "Signs of the
Time*," from the New York World , in an
other part oi to-day'a paper, must come to
the conclusion that the Republican parly
has not the remotes' prospect of carryiug
the country at the next Prealdectial elec
tion.
Although the last two administrations
were Republican in politics, the political
sentiment of the country has b«*en favor
able to the Democratic party and it«
principles, ever sincë the "tidal wave'' of
1874 swept a corrupt Republican Congress
out of existence and buried uuder a wave ol
popular Indignation the thievish and ex
travagant remnants of the Grant adioftnis
tratiou, whose official delinquencies were
the shame of the land In 1876 the people
ol the country elected a Democratic Firer-i
dent by a majority of a quarter of a million
votes, bu' were shamefully defrauded out
of the ruler of their choice
by the most gigautic steal that ever
disgraced a tree nation. Again, in I860,
the Democratic sentiment of the country
wae stifled and overawed by the lavish use
In Indiana ol the rnouey which Dorsey aud
his gang of 8tar Route plunderers had
stolen from the government, aud the must
uublushing frauds prepetrated by the admin
istration heelers in the city aud Stale ol
New York.
But during the campaign of 1884 a very
difiVren: state of atfairs is likely to prevail.
The Republican party is not only covered
witft infamy aud lisgrace agpudant u|pou
the acquittal of the Star Raute
rascals, whose stealings were used
as the party's campaign fund in the last
national contest, but is reuded by iutern&l
dissensions in a dozen State* where it for
merly held complete control. The Demo
cratic parly is locally In power over three
fourths ol the couutry, aud is in the k>est
possible condition to make an active, ag
gressive tight next year. The tide of popu
lar sentiment is in the direction of a com
plete revolution of our national administra
tum. and the "signs of the times" tore tell a
sweeping Democratic victory as com
pletely as the October elections
determined iu advance the success of Frank
lin Pierce iu 1852.
Beyond a doubt the Democratic triumph
will be complete throughout the couatry
next year, aud the Democratic voters ol
Delaware, who have consistently upheld the
principles ol their party in the face of re
peated and disheartening national defeats,
should at ouce prepare to keep their 8t&te
in the trout rank of the advauciug Demo
cracy, aud be ready to join in the grand
work oi achieving victory iu 1884.
the
650
"
out
the
b
ACCORDING to the official statement of
Treasurer Fierce, published iu to-day's
paper, the bouded debt ot the city amounts
tu $1,405,400. Ol this amount, only $2$5,
contracted by Democratic Gity
Council*, the Republican administration«
being responsible lor all the rest. The Re
publican Councils borrowed |L00,000 lor jibe
purpose of funding: floatiu, debts, ^ud
when the Di mocratre Council came ipn>
power iu the lall of it was competed
to apply to the eusuiug s«*ssiou of the Legis
lature ior autuoriiy to borrow $145,0 0,'
pay the floating debts contracted by its
tra Vagant aud incompetent predecessor.
The democratic Couueil fouud the taxes-for
the current year expended,the appropriations
exhausted, aud $13,00) of a loan of $25,000
issued ior the beuetll of the Board of Educa
tiou deliberately stoleu, aud
the money left behind. Hence the necessity
for making the loan of $145,000. This
makes a total ol $245,000 which the people
will have to pay lor the luxury oi a Repub
licau administration,aud when the deficiency
lett by the last Council is added,
the aggregate will reach $300,000, to say
nothing ol the thousapds ot dollars waste
lully squandered duriug the extravagant
reign o! the old "City Kiug." Republican
City Couucils have proved quite a luxury to
the people of Wilmington, for which, how
ever, they will have to pay dearly iu the end.
000
a trace ol
lu außwer to the question asked in the
: do with our
Sunday Star , "What bhali
Vagrautaf" the Gazette would suggest the
following: From the re pint o! the Street
Commissioner it will be found that the
weekly
e of cleaning and repairing
ounts to nearly two hundred
notorious fact
i among the dirtiest streets
say nothing of the
wretched coudiliou of the pavemeuts. Could
not the vagrants be arrested, lodged
aud ltd iu some suitable
provided lor them, and compelled
to clean our streets? Ia it not
;pei
streets
dollars, yet it is a
fact that ours
in the country
place
worth trying, ai any rate? Iu a peniten
tiary not very lar Irom here the superin
tendent lets out men by contract for from
35 to 50 cent' per day gm«l the institution
pâ }8 Us running cxpcuacs and turns over to
the county over $30,000 each year. Now, if
prisoners can be used to such an advantage
in oue place they c»u be iu another. The
dollars which ar«* paid for keeping our
streets in order, if applied to the support of
vagrants, would lurnisu more than double
the present lore«- and ae<
double the am« uni of w
able to
ipli^h more.than
fork. If a mau is
fork h * ought to earn his biead.
that the qui stiou has been a-ked let it
Le answered and Lieded.
No
TH« Front and Market Ntilsanca.
The condition of atlalr* at Front and
tmeu growlug worse,
mmci eyesore to the
réÂty u| i »» ed by all
a Mr way Wynud jroip
iml for thW .mirage
that nelfirhborboud, onr "rao*!«*!'' police ad
mliil.t ration ia aolcly ami dlivctlj rcapon
tlble.
Market street« h.
until the place ia •
coin in
re# pec
I he
up^»he
»>
It is well kiipwn that for years a lot of lazy,
tide red it one of
diMiolutc uegnief have
their limitetiftble ilghte to loaf aronti«! the
riclnlfty of Front and Market, atreets, atui
bank in the suubhiu.e all day loi)^:. They
wer« aurai what of an annoyance, it ia true,
but the police kept them under chine a
veillan ce and prevented them from being
too bohrtet oua or disorderly.
Now all this ie changed. The present
police move among theta without rebuke,
awd encouraged by this official favor tlie
negroes have fairly taken posaeasl
neighborhood They have exieude«i the
limit« of their stamping grounds to Second
struct, and lorm one of the greatest nui
nances ever imposed upon a community.
It ihe police were worth a plcayuue they
could change this outrage«
wtthlu a week. Mayor All moud'» polte«
maintained - omparutive order and decency
ri UM
cotnliilon
in tbk neighborhood, but their auce*«sora
have not ouiy discounted their gi»od work
but have encouraged the «»U uders to re
newed lieeuao aud reudered them ten-fold
more obnoxious and offetihive. M«yor
«Vales can, if he will, couler a blessing U|a>n
th^ community by putting an end to ihia
disgrâce lui uulsauce w 1 bout delay.
a
ol
Mayor King, of Philadelphia, very
properly refused permission to one of his
policemen to participate iu a professional
swimming match, uuder penalty ol dis
missal from the force. Mayor Wale 4 , ot
ot bis office® to
the contrat y, allowB
blatantly announce that he will swim
sc&inst a competitor for any amount from
650 to $ 1 , 000 , if the rnouey is "plabked
" down*' at the police station. Mayor
Wales should—but there's no use throwing
out any suggestion, as our Mayor is vastly
different from Philadelphia* model! ex
ecutive.
.'.«nttfa. lndKuttluii. TI 1.1 ihe l'eople Are
Datarialned U> Have a Change.
(New York World, j
There are now Democratic Governors tn
'J5 States of the Union, Republican Gov
ernors tn 12 States aud p Read j uster Governor
in the remaining State, Vmrinia.
The so-called "Norther« '' States with
Democratic Governors are California, Colo
rado, Connecticut, Kansa*, Mas-tat h use Its,
Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New York
and Pennpylvauia. %
The State* with Republican Governors are
lllino'S, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota,
Nebraska, New (lampsbire, Ohio, Oregon,
Rhode Island, Vermont and Wisconsin.
Oi these States Iiiiuoie iu 1882 elected a
Republican State Treasurer an<i a Demo
cratic Superimendent ol Pub.ie Iiiétruciiou .
in the last Congress the Republicans had a
majority ot seven out of 19 Illinois Rep
sentalives. Of the present llliuofo Coi«gr**sa.
tuen eieeted last November the Republicans
have only a majority of two out ol 29 R»*p
reseatative*.
In Indiana in 1882 the State was carried by
the Democrats lor Secretary ol State by a
plurality of 10,884 over the Republican
• iidate. Ihe Indiana delegation iu the last
House ot Representatives stood eight Repub
While the home club may not secure
the champioubhip pennant in the Iutcr-8tate
i aU contest, it stands a glorious
chance of winning a superb and elaborate
leather medal. AdmMng citizens should
begin uow t ) prepare this suitable prize.
b
8fl4IM8 OF THE TIMES.
licans aud five Democrats. Iu the prese
House the representation «ie* ted in 1882
stands nine Democrats to four Republicans.
Iu Ohio, also, no Governor was elected iu
1882, but the Democrats carried the State
lor their candidate tor Secretarx ot State by
19,115 over the Republican candidate. 1 he
Ohio represeulattou iu the last Congress
-rood 15 Republicans to live Peiuocrats. !n
the Congressional representation elected last
November there are 13 Democrats aud eight
Republicans.
la Wisconsin, again, there was no elec
tion ot Governoi in 188 i. Iu 1881 the Re
publican Governor was elected by 12jHX»
over hi* Democratic oppoueut. In the Oon
irreasioual election of last year «he aggre
gate vote gave the. Democrat* 9,000 majori y
over the Republicans. In the last Congress
the Wiftcouain representation stood six Re
publicans and two Democrats iu the
p.eaent Congress the representation stands
six Democrats to three Republie
These are most important aud interesting
facts bearing ou the next Presidential elec
tion. They show that lour ol the most i
portaut -Mat^s still holding ou to H -publican
Governors elected prior to last NovemJjer
went oyer to the Democrats iu 1882 and
turned their Republican majorities in-o 1*
Democratic majorities. If those four States
had elected Governors last election they
would have chosen Democrats and the Re
publicans would have been left with Gov
ernors iu only eight of the small States of
the Union, having among them 40 electoral
«•Wtes.
In a nation 1 point of view the Congres
sional revolution iu the fotr important West
ern States btill h iviug Republican Gove
is most significant, and bears directly on the
next Presidential election. In spite of the
frantic eric of the Kepublican* against
Democratic tariff smasher*, Indiana, Ohio ,
and Wisconsin completely reverse the politi
rm;X , r;t"rM U : , L d l! i r t t i ;r i ;.* nd
u u likely that theseempha'icexpressidu,
of the popular will ou national is-u, ■„ « ill ho
revtrs. ti in iss*? I
The States with present Democratic Gov- ,,f
ernors cast 272 electoral voles. Virginia,
now with a Keadjuster Governor, cast, is
electoral votes, making in all 284 votes. /.
Oi these the Northern 8 tatos in the Demo
tÄ^Äpusu«.,, Gov- .
cruurs cæt n, electoral voti-a tic
II the Rrpublieaus should retain ail the
stale- they uow hold, including Ohio, iudi
aua, Illinois und Wisconsin, and should re.
deem Connecticut, Kansas, Ma-saeliusetts, ' l
Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania, they
would still leave the Di mocrattc President ,
with a majority of i 7 eieeio i ai votes.
Instead ol redeeming all these States the
Republicans are likely to lose Indiana, Ohio, 1 "
or.*» ani1 wiseoiis.u, and probably nu'
The siens of ihe tlmi e all Indicate that the
country, especially on national Issues, re.
podlatee the Republican party. The people
have nadeuptbelr minds that them must
and *h»ll U- a change! i
of
l,
its
A
a
i
Id
to
if
of
Who OoubtH a talement Mails by. Gen'Is
id Early Over Their Own
Heaare ard
si gnat urea ?
It is eany to Carp at successfcR and accuse of
dishonesty those whose
tegrity, veracity aud fair dealing
lied as the driven snow. Now. In reply to same
cavillers. Actuated by motives easily seen
through, Cien'ls'G. Y. Beauregard, of La., ami
Jubal A Early ol Va., reaffirm
the who e world, over Und
signatures, that they in
control all the
»rul character for In
i as untul
is
it
d
iibltsh to
ographlc
tlily
logs ot The Louisiana State Lottery,
conducted with honesty fairness and
good faith toward ail parties.
-annu
1 the
JOHN WA NAM A ti EB*N.
»S« me hktas a baza <r
m to thpCobtéruuial display,
pfilid it niore Hke provid
, J im a «reu bigf .mily grow
ing up nroiind "-Us so last that
we don't get tins larder made
bigger before that store rqo™
cWrto mike H
30
i
1VVMJ
U ' T * U
(a
more.
<•" To-monrowendS ^üly- ä-su «n»
mer two-thirds go** siul the
Augmt days upou us "DfaH
times in t- e year the dullest.
You know it used to be I hat
stocks were run d >wu >u t'-e
summer time, because trade
slackened, and wouldn't this
ueg ect to rightly prov de kelp
to slacken if? lu «dt case;
howeve, with a cool store pnd
a large summer trade, we Have
to keep our line to choose from
though the aisle« are not
crowded, which is a comfort
tor us all.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
The early comers this w#ek
will be rewarded with « hand
some Black, all-wool, Spanish
l.ace Grerad ne, sold tb pur
customers at 75c., and 31c ,
per yard. Intrinsically a betr
ter bargain th in those Organ
dies that went before V:
reached them.
OU
jy IN WA'fAMAKK^,
Polka Dot Lawns are staple
„oods as you know, but they
are graded down to your ex
pectations— 21 to 20 , 3Ï to 25
the 38 to 31
B ithing Towels are red uded
dii-ieul .trwi entreeer, f rtlier conn.,——n in'!
Main fl...
.•
JOHN VVANAMAKER.
!4ever before has an English
Milan Bo net been sold so
low. The price rules no
longer at $1.25, but at £*0c.
The best straw you can get
( h'-ap Straws of all kinds
are at their lowest.
Remnants ol Ribbons are
very low—one, two, three or
four yaAls in length, and color
you may select to suit,
Flowers and Feathers in
complete assortment still.
itheaat corner.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
1*
There are a few shawls, in
, »
OaSilIUerP,
Chudda, from the Windows,
where they were slightly soiled
, t , ■ ,
I hey can t go back m stock,
,,f poiirse Yon nun have
LC Uise. I Oil ChiI flRVe
them, if you choose, at three
/. » , . .
»OUrtllS and OnU-tiall VaiUC.
. Udi( ' 8 ' 1 « 1 « Abroad 2 -elas
tic Gloves, in grays, for a
. ° .
quarter, will torm an immunity
'iuiiin .1 tha mnre mmluat it.
' l 8 dlnsc lne nl0re moUt:8t HI*
SCCtS and the troublesome
, ii -m ,, ,
lreckles. ihe 3-elastic. In tans
»nd irravw 40 tn Ml eants moo
1 " o 1 "/*. 4U IO OU Cents, may
serve you better. The Jersey
tilove, for 50 and 75 Cents,
mailV ureter or tbe Mmisnno
freier, or Uie iVlOUhque
taire, ter 75 Cents, being more
i i *i ai ^
dressy while the Silk Gloves
rule in respectable minority at
$1.25, $1.35, $LêO and $2 per
pair.
The quaint richness of some
of the Ladles' Pius at the
Jewelry Counter is a study.
The good effects in colors are
obtained in the metal itsçli.
Formerly a leal was a leaf, but
your exacting taste requires a
l, of to be known readily by
its form. Where would you
find a more acceptable $10 or
$20 present l Made here on
Chestnut street, not in Attle
boro. Note the • rtistic fit
ess:
A D
Fiv and Cat-tall,
ales and Leaves.
Lillie» and th
a s
rebbed Spider aud Flies,
d a « Tracent.
tie Siui Flower, the seeds following
>obw
1*
i h
lonely.
Butterflies
Id •
id other Insects Impaled
the
Juniper street entrance.
lea.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Shetland
and
of
In
rst side.
to
John Wanamaker,
Ii
Bn«'*. Thlrleenth and Market air»«,
d i ity-liall square, Philadelphia.
cm f TA T E M K.Vfi
S,UM»1AHV
FISCAL COXCKKV
' 1LMIN0 r. '
o» fiif
« F THE CITY OF
, DELAWARE.
From July 1, h»', o July L UKSI.
KKOKirr.-i :
From V. 1'roeoHt, Hc<. «
1ft tes tor 18*1 .
From K Provo t Re««
taxe« for l 8 ....
fWaBEST
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-BTOWigirT^t*« 4r
rr_u. Jooeph a. Bod. It*
rtment.
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8,846 4»
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From James L. Il*vk
l v \ud|Vir''.'.i't
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Police...
From M. 1
KiiKloecr
wYiftg n eiit. ......
Illls»» Hit-key. < l* rk 01 flasket
dlrr. Hu Idlng
I« 18800
714 88
182 80
flBTc
K
lemm* «
Inspector.
From baIc of Mlnktng Fund
tmstKr.
premium and
abov..
. fttOWOO
I 220 40
Fe
Interest
8 13 TJO 4 V
* F
redemp
tion of Loan No 7.FH««oo
From bequest of J -
m«n »nd invested
bond«.,....
'Fro» Trdtai ufb and acc rued
.4u(«re»tguUrn. above i.«
FfomcerttficAtrocn ind* t.fedne-hl«med
to nay b*i
If 'isrd of I I neat ion, a -
ll*-rd
a be
1,0H0 M0
2.70008
- f p, 70)00

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<oau No. 30 .
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.. fftt.lWOUO
485 1 0
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From averti« ; lutin si
above.
9 00, 14 > U0
A «.t to » l ' , . u r': t
Fvoift Inter#«t due ;
„ T«»t Fuhd... .
Vrom UlHbvUi r yl.
funded)...
From incidentals (bill
iiaoiiftce« verdi aft r'
(June3(k • —
of 1 inline
891»
it 'of Gill«'
1800
ilulerust ro
8808
paid « .
of il seal year
a m
'fital reeeipta tr«> n a! -«nirre«.|5>9,(Ha84
EXPKS IH I LK :
:
•- erdr«ft In h tik
fiscal y ar..i„ : .
Order» paid B.
Urders ,>»!<! W 1er Work
Order« paid Open In* a
r iei\i p.ild In- iltli el*
(.»ntci* paid pwhtt ImiIMIi
yrrêêt paM> - u«Hr Ian,
*Inknf » «M p \ iny tie
Orders paid repa 'iiiK
' atreeu..:.....
Order« pa *1 fire eo , pa 11
• Klnnlng of
. .f 401 «W
11 « MdwsaMin 1 j 10000
N ... 42] 482 00
nd g radii) a
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f street«■....
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. 15,9*9 «I
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3MJ00I»
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<)r«l#r paid pu* 11.
»n!«-rs paid prm'lii
Orders paid » arhuK
Orders p»id fuel ...
nier« paid curb n
walke. .
Urdtrspaidr a*l t > I i l .war« riter...
*W*W» U***! inur -l «m tb* public
■ .v'«. »,02280
0 der h paid Incld mal and luiKCbllau-,
eohs expCn
: ,*S 8
n
paving side
; KSg

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4R. W 0»
paid aalarl«
Orders paid sinkli»K to
iN patd redeinptnii
r» paid r« deinptloi.
rdi
.. m.*U )00
1.0 ill No. 8 12PO0000
Loan No. 7 25.OU0 00
, 8 , 01)0 00
3,600 00
6,00007
orders paid
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Or.le w psAi
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m
No.
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I
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Order a paid r u
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dur* pa d water ri
Rfieer....
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No.
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--Tr. « 0,000 00
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il Bank- .. 21,000
Taylor
11
paid certlfi« «'«•
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• »rder* pahi i.atino r 1 r
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No.
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... -..»temefitof the roecipis
Ihe idly of WUmtaatuiktfDil
ivc to July l, isNi,
ii, 0* -FHAIM,
Clerk of CMy Umnrtl'.
Fund for
Total ax pendit nr«*».
The foregoing I* a
ud expenditure* «>t
AtU !
STATEMENT OF TOE DEBT
-OF I HE—
CITY ( F WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
«Il i Y 1. l«Si.
aed fur «15,000, for
ïÂï
No 8 Lt—
cetioi
n, an th
i of addlllu
i-rvolr, laying of v>
By of v\ limlngtou.
1 w
tn t
ordinance March 17, la(»4. Redee
ide April 1.
th«- firs «1
gout in
-M. lilt rest p y h ble
of February and Au
rale of# per
*r.
I.
No.
. per annum. T
fi.
...... « 1 ft 000*1
f..r«.'ft 000 . for
of fiii-iting tlw floating
of ordiua
Recdeemahle April
No
thorlz
.
T„rKZ
ce April 2ft
..1 1 , 1880 . lu
e first dav of
I860.
terest payable i
April and
raie «if ii
tohar I n
i* ut Total
Hu
;
No.
raie «if ii p
i* ut Total
No.
. 2ft QUO 00
i.
th oil zed for «26,01» for
th«
the Bo
1 l Puhli Educa
I
*t «»rOln «
re, June 4,
hie April 1 , 1889. In
tim first dav of
her In each ye
annum. Total
l*W.
ReIce
d,
Uie
6
• 1
. 25,000 00
II.
th or I zed
No. 12 I
«7,000,
߻r the relier of Uie Water 1> -
ne o del ray
pal m to the
ord'nan e Au
Re<le»-mable April 1 ,
J8W. Inti rest payable • n the flr*i
dH v ..r April and October ln cayh ye
nt per annu<
part rut for Oie pu ri
Tug the e < pense of
I •
gllr

7, («000
, lulhorLcd to fl%UUi I
* r pipes 6 n Broome «treet.
Bimnc« AiijrustBi, 1N(IB. K« 1 *
t jmI 1 I, issô. 1 merest pay
tday of p r il and De
al the rate of 0 per
A.otalofl
Ja

laving w
Hate <>
dee.i
abb
.
15,0«0 90
L
thortzol f<*r ^
a# street. Da
.«TA 1889. tU
I n to rear, n
Wi«len 1
ordi
tabli
«•» H.
January I. Isl»)
th«- first da
id July in i
me oi 8 per c-nt per
Tot I nr Loan No II. 50, Ofiü 90
>, authorized for fi 6 ,duo, for
the Impnoeinent of the Bra dywlae
water works. Date of or di amue June
20. 1870 R.--«le«'-niable August I. Is91.
Interest j.ayable on the first «lay «>f
February «u l August In ent-h vear at
th.* rate «I
T«»t»l of 1
Loan No. ifi, amhf*rlzed for-ffityUlW. tor
« Board of Public E«lura
tion. Hat. uf ordl
umlile Mar<-h
the
Jail
rh ye
35. (BOW
No. 15....
tl
ril 8 ,
a'
nr si day of
September in evb year at
r, per rent per annum.
N*». i«.... an,ofio w
authorized for« L(»ty tor
lug expenses fur
n in Eleventh and
. Date of ordinance
MedeeurtCiilt- Au
i - • i
Ma roll \
Do
No. 1
the purp|
. 1 « iferson
in a?
1871.
I
tbe
gust 1
first «I
Fl
e of«
per
No. 17.
fötal of L
U.OQOto
.»an No. 1 * 1 , aiittao
the pm i
,fo
of paying the exp
purchasing
voir and b
land
-
uildlng
if rdl nance January 11 ,
in ble «lu
!;■
D
7-'. R
V 1. 18«:.
tli sf day of
Jh y
Jau
thc
Total
able on the

In
nary
. per
60,000 (fo
»fl
Nze l for «39.000, ior
'raving Hie ex|H*use
N
th«- pun
tbe IH
Datg of
of
r ami pump
'finance April 4, 1872. Iter
fulv l, 1892. Interest paya
tlrst dav of January and
at the rat»* of fi per
Total of Lu
big
July uf
39,OOH)9
t horUé'V for «Oft
cr 21. 1872. * R -
1 , IsfW. In crest
at day f January
ar at the rate dffl
n. Total of L<
to
W
dliiutv
-de« in.,
pas ai.
7,
the
ity
P
60,000
Lo
hcrUed tor « 100 , 000 ,
n g tbe Itoauug debt and
and Ktohteeulb
t «■ of ordinance, April. 7,
niable August, I. 1893.
ayabtoon rl»e first dav of
1 1 August In each ye
f fi per ceut. per annum.
•an N... 21 . 100.000 00
authorized for «25,00 , for
• d b tiding a hospital.
•Unancy, An II, >7, 1873.
«bl*- A uguat , 1
o.i th- first
rust in «ach ye
t. per annu
1 of LrtftTi No.
LhnrUed tor « 20 , 000 , for
•I* meeting the x pc u ses of
•r street. I>ate <»f or
<11 nance .Viav, 15, 1H7A. Rfideemal.le
i. «»4. In « rent payat»!«
lay uf Mav and Nov.-mb
* at the rate of 6 iror «*ent.
v ui. Total ■ f Loajv No. 2«. .. 20,000 00
Nu. 21, authorized torJttü.OOü. f., r
.-u >.f h«- B* ard of Edtnwlon.
Hint Issned of «he s
187ft « 8
r
ng Heventh
Mr« i
Red
liter«*
F<
at
I
■1 of L
Loi
th<* purj
1 >
est
«lay of February
th«* rate
i \
T«*tal
■22 . 17,'00 no
.
N<
- :•
1>
Ju
the
Ita
In.

tl
•ii
e of June 4 . 187 ft
. Balance issued by orfi
April 14 , 187 ft «7,800. Redeemable
J ami ary i, iay 4 In forest payable
ihe «ist .lay of Jauuary aud Ju«y In

«I rr IT * TÉ.MKNT.
to year at the rat# of «per cent.
P r annum. T ta! of Loan No. 24.
Loan N«. 26. authorised tor «300 «) , for
the construction of a new
< Cool Spring), Imp ovin*
- urkaof the city and <Uh«
Data of ordlu ce July 30,1
*'# M f 0 llt>W r- |S,i
r day Of Jot of 1*75 ant
firat «lay of July of ead
tng.year, until and Indu
Ural >4*y of July. 1**7.
In« aum of « 0 ,«s> o the first f
ju y. 1W8 Interest payable o
tir*< day of January aid July of each
year at the rate of S per cent, per au
nttn. H lance unpaid <»f Loaqrlfo.
25. TT .. ...T..T7..r. itt.onooo
,
ht
Ion
the
y of
I h<
Jiu.afi.aull»orUed fur U2A 000 . tor
the construction of » uew es rrolr
(Cool Spring', 'm roving the w
work« of tf»«olty and for other pur
potet Date or ordlnauc Mat 7,
1H75. IU'deemable ns follow«;
the first day of fteptem «r, 187A«
B d a like amount on the first day of
plumber of each and every year
the««« ter until and Including the
ttrrtdav of 8 ptember, 19»0
rcwainlnir .urn or #6 OKI on
day of September, A. D. <
■in «Mn 2S1 fSr ft
the raté of 8 per cent, per annuln.
ä r.»ï
Mr tn« oonetruetlon »nd eotrpletiou
o new wat«rre»ervolr(Cool Spring).
Improving water work« of |he oily
d for other purpotot. Date of or /
• innnce May 34, l87i. ttedœmahle
FCSmary i. IMF?. Interest ppy
on IHe Em dar of Fobr»«*rY ân*«
ftt*t in each rear at the rate of 6 per
ewfit per a«nuin. Total of Loan No.
Loan N o. H, aetkori*ed for féû," i»,' to
nay the «re «nt H aling and on
funded debt incurred by the Hoard Of
Edueaiion in Wllininwton. Amount
author sed tobe issued by ordlu «wee
of Coen'-lk August Id, 1877, M8,
late rest payable on the Ira day of
February and ugust la each year,
ttedeemable idftnisry 1, 1887.
Awoairt aulAorlicd.te be iesuod hr
ordinance < 1 / tiounrU, February ft
l»7d, «EM,n«>. Redeemable Seul mb* r
L 1MÜ7 interest paya bl« on the flrwt
day of »larch anil September In e* h
vear at « per eeiit. p»*r annum. Total
él t oan He. m ...........at. in,««.
Loan No. id) aethorised for |»46,««. to
pay the present AaaUst and nn
fumieri IndeMedneas of ihe rlty of
WIlmlejcwiK U«te mf or dnance
A 10. INTO. Redeem ■ ble a« follow»:
t .UOOon November i, UM, an«! *7,
tlielira day ol November In »-aoti
bad-ovary Anar following^ lnrliiding
the first day of November, A. I).
the llr*t
ki
the firkt
Ml. In
m . 100,008 08
• ble
Au
1 5(i,owi go
il
<1 ».
4 I) I«
day of ay and November ln «ach s
year, at the täte of 4,4 per odivA* pto * t
mu. Total on Loan No. vft. 145,»J0.QH
.80 authoria«wI r«>rf«»,üüü, for
ifflfieBO i*«l of i'uiili ,Mu
tfctEBFttrfEfS,,
tugtou. Date of online nee
J nu rr «, 18«. Redeem able As fol
lows: tm Aliena 1, 1888, an »
15 i»8 o • t e flrtit d^y of AtRtiut
» rj rear fbltowlnf, In
. In
No
»*«
I
f<s ix» uv t
ofciw-h ahfl-- j — ...__
eliKllnif ttawfim day of Autn-t, 18U8.
InU-ri'st payable on the fir t (I ays of
F>brn«*-y and Aligna In
*i 4 's lier reut, per annum
LAaft ffo. 80.'....'....;.
Loan No. n, au norlaed for
the pureh .i»e of w«wr
Bmitn Lop* foe* Wltui ngtoh. • el..
year
til of
. 66, pOO 00
•5àooQ,for
ngirts tn
9
iVrtver,
îTaj'sawîM!
£ 18HH; redeemabUi M
October 1 . 1 » 8 ; fS2,7UO
9,0«', OctoberTVW14.
e on the tbe first da
er, April 3,
K'/K "
April i, 1914,
!Mser**it pay i
of April arid
1 .1
af>

tpril and «wtpiwr In each year at
rate dC 4k per Cent, per annum. iD.ta)
BlnBtPfi Fund Ld-njtit'horlztHf
act of the Lewfs'atljre
paemd at I>ove -, Fl ff uaryfi,
1H55....120,850
ï. ft reton tel into the
atanre duringcnrrM»' ynafind
i»y authority ofaalî a«*f.......' 12,000
«rota No. 7! kl»6 reftatadeti
00
Loan No
! (
. 26 000
«319,660
Paid
account of above prior
July l, l(M.
. 146,250
t( 00
B ilanoe of Hlnking Fund l<oan.
Certifie te* of jiidehtedness to
I'uion Nation»' Bank, leo.p »rary
^torjj jti, L-4)7 paiÿje a? Kiowa:
fifttobrih th>lttot tr Sr August, A.
I)., l»»L and of each an«l «v ry year
therearér. fnctudlhg tue first davLl'
August, A. 1>.. I»« . InL-res, pit va
* Mé on Uie first »kyé of-I eh mart a
A iguiriiof each alid eveiy year at t...
Kl.".. **» m
dehtedues* t4> the
l a Ion Nall -ual Ban , Tvioiiorarv
Loan for «2- %00 , author «ted < v act of
Legislature., parted at ÜVVSr, Kel
iu«ryl2 ®J3;dap ofoxtllnance ei
ruas y 2, lmü; Issued :«» u M . of tlse
Boord of Kdueattoii. »whig !» laln'e
«lus -aid Board ou ao-onut Lottu No
30. Payftbleaa follow»:, fiftuuo Au
nstl. IW3; $10,1*0 AusU t 1, ItM,
without lntai est.. ......
00
th<
Certifie
•» of
...... « 20 , «00
„ ^ Oft *6ft 4f*> oo
iJ. J^« c ? rr#ct "totvnieut of th«
«lebt of the City ofWilmhutMi. Delaware, trans
cribed from ti e book* of my office.
J.ICLI/rI
ATTVHT:
NE W AD V ER TISEMENTB. T -
Uhooka in «
CURES
J. P. Miller, M. D.
-DRUG STORE
iSN.uthni.nui,
48 Fid) MEN
CLAIMS A
A WARRANTS
LAND
,".l HIGH KMT l-Rf, K, l-.ld, l>t ÇSraSl
«llloruxrr Um, write Co A. A. THOM/
Aiajrm, U'
PATENT^SÄ . aud Foreign
Patents, No. 700 Seventh «treet, cor. 4», oppt .
2* V. 0Uö ', M'a hUMçion, D. O. Cofr a
pnndchce soli. IU «L N charge (çr advice. No
ro* ehargroi unie»« natelit ls alTowtui. Reterep
, - -4Jb*f BiMikera aud Postmaaur,
Washington, ,AA C». Pa»p!ilet of lustructyons
SPEÇIALa'L,
L ADDÏtIi»Ma t.
T
Wellington, I)» <1.
la-wls J«»hnson A
PATENTS
u^J *, < 'b | uam, Solicitor of Aiourlcan is
Foreign Patents, Washington, 1). C. All Ui
nenc ootiiiected with Patent«, whether beforet
l atont Gfltoe or. the Couru, promptly atten- « ■
u » < i.Tiu5 K L ,u f ,,e unl "* w « batenv 1 « sec-red
Send lor nv» ular. * r a 2 iaD
t
I
tu
AGENTS Attention.
4
;
V * KTI.UK A1.AI1H (IKUI'K. With -Lokiii.
1 uoii. ( o..,puMU.* rim. Tlte»MmIdli
ilSWÜl »i ölest. M>TUiN(f tttiuus , so
HAfU.M- »ÜUO » moruh «rtsiu lui« 1 (^ Jibni]
W.60 for «attipfe or 3-éoul pu* Ui l ror fou baft!
«•dmovfini fc KKlsHI^ofoKraiAXC
.anlfU-l« o-i ■ i ' Watering.
If
PENMo v s satt* d Äte
cfallilrou and depondsut parant. an'ftlM wlic
death roBUltad. lUJalm»-reopened, resteratt
Increase«, Hrtjofv jaui.and JUchartte«
talncil. Apply at otice, clclay iireiudlci
righta. l au fined by ; 11H»T. WdÄ, <r
#tuup,Uie old netabiisbed nrm of l.lrt, : N *
Vlî
(> n
i h
FEAS 1
P U R E f
INI)] A
V
I
M*«ter e-Hl lu ll.etr I'pc pareil. tn Very Vein,hi*
kAraffiJ. They arc cuHiïktcÔ^' ani pta^pgrc.l
I« #wp»»rrfc*loii of Foreigners, upon the
1 H» »»veil Ml< Rtiftç iiictlioiit-. % eaf is
by hiachlnerv, giving unltorHilty
Ofi appearance tltruiigho» entire pluck «gs.
D'jWL *'• I a*i* thefr vaiualc qualities fr an un
r'?» i»i'îff* » oft J me * JQiö» imw'b.ft
^JSLftSft'SSP^** ,wk -
K
(JiiiversBtv of Virginia.
SUMMER 1.AW LTM-DRE8 <ftne wo.k!v),
beirtö 12tb Jury, m\ .ii« ...I mtli VB. p iemb.r,
ffmv.'prcved of <1|fn.| ute,^1«t, lo Knittn u, who.
dMrlj,n «b Rttriu. thblr- stnrtlos i,t thli* or oih»r
I.*Wf^trf>o 1 ". 2 . 1 , tO thoW Who pfrip,:|,. t., ft»,] [;r |_
v.tetrJ.*«^ tenni.MUbnn.wiHS h.V. bound
tb. Mvum« it nM.tn.tl. biBtrurtfoti. For
wrcul.r.pond', o. «IiilTertltyofVi.) h* JOHN
R. fvnn. ,nd Hm: I mm
t T777-i i. , .E • !, u ; n -
F
Î
nbtoall
wound« or disease.
by act a
R
•ndlMtari
:red where
ii«
alncd. Hon
fi»rsll
rr^
..Ï«|J-. .'-U.
4Lft U«J*<a* 1* £urj
PHILADEI
IIINU5
BALTIMORE'
VMl
M
SC
«talion»— 6.40,7.
p. m.
«.«. 7.AU, a. I
-1A I. 64,5.17, tt.h
>V
4.
SA
IP.
AM 7.9Tp. L-. ___
New York—X. Ou, j.»l ti.dU.CTT».«hi. li.tt h ,r.
•IÏ.», 1.64, Oft stlV, 6.4», 7.2b,p. in.
Ealtuua.rv and lniermedUto atatto»«»« --1.0*
Al7a.ui. 6.00p.m.
Baltimore and Bay Li no- 6 , a? u. us. r . -
Baltimore and Washlngton-LA 4.51, ê.-&iMW
a. m. 1.0ft •!.(«, 6.00, 6.67. 11.04 p. m.
la
Train» for Delaware Division leave for
ln - bfifi, ».«*, 8.Skp.
findihtWTUbdiau- tatnm*- «. 10). 1 . u .
ad lute
New Castle
Harri in.
1.05, 8.78
Delius*
t.OSp.
R*press for Delmar
uiediap 6^'N| j «
. 4.1)0 p.m.
rtUNDA k THAlNtS. ...
Pbjla^hljiblajnd Jn t|rijW»ftjr alaupna ca 10 S.' ni
m. . . * Yofg ^/.op, 2 .81 a. an 6.17,
Philadelphia and N
8.88, 7.SB p. .».
BaUiUnore and Wasimiri.m -I.fi, id. 8.85. 9.17,
a. ». 11.04 u. ».
gsIMmont-i.Dft a. ».
F«r fur Hier Infor uiaUoo ymswiagers att
fierrad to Uw *lui« table» posted at Um depot.
mnpjumu marked thru»: Ci «re
upon wiMth-cfektaw nuetaehwgwd.
J. R: WOOD, iieutti il Pai»»«iRger Agi. ,
OHAB. E. PUQH. «eaoral Manager
OALTIM(ffi'i'PHU.Al>ELPHIA it. K.
P>p I lUhAKUK OFI HOIIHB» !
!Oi»[an|l 4£fer JTJ N K trstlxfiF* wtn fun as
Leave Wilmington 7.06, lO.Nk a.
JLrriyj at Landt nlrorg, ».Ml a., m : VL 00

limitai eaprees
; 5.80
g
a. 11 * 4 . 8(el
da
leave W II ml tig to ,.lu.i
K* 1
il
.00 p
Arrive at
Lesvr La
Laaitcu«*«! , 1I.4U». m. 7.10 p. in.
idvr.berg 6.5U a. ni; I2.&0 p. m.
AJrive at Wilmington s.Ou a. m; 2.J6, 1 ». in.
• Bk <*!«}«. Vvti LaiÄiaiaWÄtk« ai m 4j«i iviftk
Arnve Wilmington, Cld ■. «•. 5.40p. in.
. ^r .' '» N r Nh 4 ^ hwib riuu ndjn^,^
jiMAYLVANU XA1LKOAD >n

l.ä »NUAK1EI1 JU,Ni# to, I M2. !
MAIN LINE.
K BHoÄb B**KKT «TATO«».
•DalH. IDallV* VfCepf Sunday.
"New York and vltioago LimlUMl" *w
'ulluiwu Faiai-u«'
THAINH I.RAVS
•îujtî' Ä
• ».to v. m
Fjnst UmuPiUmburg ami the* West
tfamsbnrir fittiti*«
Niagara Express...
U.«|
!
t.
mm, *. 7. <
except Saturday. IgUlp.,»'!
Kaue E'
:1.I:
W » r l*;v *•* » • <
K and Hagerst
in.
H
Lit Sm
7.4" ami 11.06 à. in., dally, 11.20 p.
Oerslmra only, 6,40n. in.
bhenundoali Valley Railroad
week «lay at 7.4» a.
leans Express,
(
nl « very
New ÜW
I Chalta
in., and
Lu ray
uoogm dally at..
Harrisburg ami Y ork Exuress
York and 11
York, Ha. ov*
. 11.20 p. u
.. . 4 * 7 . 9 Q a. ••
jver Express . t 7.4Ua.
rand Frederick Kxpn-ss|ll .to a. 10
York Accommodation. ..*4 lip.
rain.$5 45 p. m.
ikiwulnglown Areoinmoilatloii, fl.io, /.li, 11.45
a. iu.. and loj» p. ». <JU buuday, 7 .,» a. ui.,
^ F»S» li frtins, io, 7.15,^ 0 . IA, ». 18* and ; lh 45
2.14, 2.46, 3.16, 8.45, 4.15, 4.«,
7.46. 9.16. 1U.3U ami
M.«k 8.38and.U.46 a.
.15 1». UI.
а. in., 12.45, 1.45,
б. 15. 6.45, tt. 16, 8.4ft
I. On Holiday, 7.Sty
2.4ft 8.4ft 5.15, S.
Bryn Ma r Tram», «.IU,
tt.46. 7.1ft 7.45
7.4ft 9.15. 1». 30 and 11.3» p. in. Un Sunday
2.4ft 3.
,2.15,
7*.&ii.
8.4ft 6.1ft ft 15 aÉFfiüTi
ft jn^ 4.44. A.w fl.in.
11.45 a.
111 . On Hunday t 7 .Mi
9.30, IL
10 . 1 » p.m. ;
W'tot Cheater** P
accomuiodailm
lft 6.45. «.46, t
.45, a. m.. 1. 5.15 ami 10.15 p.
Train* arrive—From lMtUburg, 2.
111 ., 6.1ft 7.i|( pk jug, daily,
except Mondai "Vo
port, 7.5» a. m., dally, except
From Buffalo and NAngar» FAIls, I.«) a.
except Monday. Worn liaJlIavfM), 3. lip
dally except Hunds*. ttrSm \S atklits, U*.
and VVtlUam*porL 7.26 p. m., dally, exeepl
Ü ' y ' NEW tOKK DIVISION.
"*>*» <«| aTA ' I!UJ *
itpraHtl dtx : *-'tedfc-«tayft 8 . 1 ft 8.20. 3.
4. 5 except Monday, Ö.50. *. 2 », j
d 11 a. m. (Limite«! Express, 1.3ft
p. m.) 1. ft 4, ft «,«.30,7.45, h and «.20 p f in.,
l-.Ol nlght. . Un Hun.lay*, 8 .jft 8.AL 8.4ft
a. in., 4, ( Limited.* Expie#*, ft-JOyOft 7.4ft
d s. 2 u p. pi, stud 11.01 night.
For Brooklyn, N. Y*., an tlir«>ui;h trains <ou
t at Jersey City with boats of "Brooklyn
Annex, " affording direct transfer Vo Kultou
streeft avoiding double ferriage aud Journey
Lake.Uceau B
d Long Bn
8.UÜ, 3.30, 4.
.. t.ift
7.45, ii?iop!
6.1
55 and 7JKi a.
Wl I Biin.
loiTdarj
..pally
A
ft m
ft a
ttJpteJlforVtt'ti'lrt^Bl'ng I
UcfeaM Grove, Aanurf Fark
8.00 anu 11.30 a. m., and 2.4
ich.
week day*.
FRUM KKNHINlJTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS BTHEK'l'B.
tyxp r r /or Nbw Yvra. b.| 5 and 8.4» jm,
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
Bxprevtifor Now York, via camden
8.50 a. m., aud 4.30|i, m.,on week-days.
Exprès* for Ocean Grove and Long Brandi, Ac
via Tom'* River and Berkeley. L3U*.,i». é Si p
I r.
Expreba for Tom'* River and Intermediate
hUtioua, 7JU«. tn, aud 6.20 pi in.
TuckerUfu, a 39 a. m. au»! 4.
fit» p. m.
BRLVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM ttR0ÀT>8THKK T 'STATION.
"mssssssmsssssL
Gap only, 4.00
11%
m. Fur bc
p. tn.
Kor OiUUb.-rtA i<U, 5 p. in.
For Flemiugt<»n, 8 .W) a. in.,
T Ti,rsyrfflYÄ , ;.w. > „,.
FKllM 1 KBNSlSGTriN STATION,
NOKK1S STItKEl-s.
Dali) . e<C*pt Sunday— Expre*# for LapiBenvfille
Ntaatoift Delawar«- Wale#(»ab, b Yaiitoiu Hfl*
d Mater
I
.01
^I'ro'm
FRONT
AN
1 Oswego 7.40 a. in., 12.01, 5.
For bcrauiun an<l Water Gap only
For Lambert ville, 2.10 n. pu -, t
For Fleminglou. 7.40 a.
bleeping-uw tickets e#
Chestnut stw ta, 8 « 8 <«h
sutfl Btatiun.
The union '1
ä^ k .M
stations
I
M p. pi.
. : 12 . 0 ) anil
U» p. pi.
Broad jafid
Btnui street, and hr«»a «1
I'ransfer t'ompauy will call tor and
e from hotels &ml resl«leuutg>. Time
IiHortnalfr.tt ,-an lie .»fiulfieti a| the
dm Um. following.
frffisss ittrsL
■ !,.».)
t * >0 7. I
rxcKXT orruKS:
thui,
II« Market street,
4 <Jhelton ■ re. Germa
424 Etalerai St. Gan
i
Ki.Ks ft. PL'Gii, General Manager,
WOOl), General Passenger Ag* pi.
CH A
J. K.
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL R>.,
WAY.
4
, pTAKINO 4WriU-T HA y 11. .1883
TrtClni leftye «al fiirtire city follow« :
sfllTriln; flatly Acejn Sunflay; tor
the North and West. 7.30 ai m.
nmagw-i.nU LI in n«ai Express, dally
Harrisburg Passenger, daily
8 nwlay.r.t..toV.i...
»ft dally .
;SRj
10
T.
I I
Aal üok&ttn J'io oo
p. m„ »tally, except Sunday. Buudayonly, jB.30
CoekeyBxTlie A< r*^mnt*(filatioh, 9 .*, n.ao a
2.30, 6.00, 8,00. ami 11.30 p. m. On Bun
For Green Biiring Branch, «.30 a.
p. m.
For tickets to all
8st,
MMataed
K.JI
iiifiy!
Id
., 8
East, North ami Wüst,
n. »t. HJartlyxst, Quitter
^reftft ,«W kl V «!•'«'
led for and checked at hotels ami
orders lett at office, northeast 4or
and Caive.i t streets.
BALTIMORE «& POTOWAi: RAILROiD.
V IC\ itkofru tu M fïfOj frl'A TIV KI ,, i
TA KING EFFECT JU N E 1% latsâ. !
l poln
rlfct«
I
F
Bi
iggage e
•leiices on
BaB I more
K S»nyri 1 iM4>« , *>>»flV,, U 'i«ii taL ' 1 Tl«. 65 ».46 tend
and 11.36 a. tu., and o.U) an«l 7.10 p. m., daily.
F«;r I'opti'aArcek Lfivc, ^00, «W W. and a to p. ft*,
dally, except Sunday.
»±«s,r«j»v
in., dally, and 3.15 p. m , daily except Muuday.
Forth« Bomb via Virginia Midland MafiMrodi at
4.U0 a.m.,' dally, aud 8.55 p.m.,
7.10 p. in., Bundayonly.
For ( . and o. K. It., at 8.16 and 8.66 p. hi.,
daily, except Sunday.
For Norfolk via Rou».iHi- River steam«* s, ftton
day, Wednesday and Friday at 11.35 a r\
»y»
except Hun«|a y .
P . FROM VNION STATION.
tartarakt^isajft *« ü.*
m, 4 **'» ft», 7.4ft 9.50, U.40 a. m. f 5.10 and
mlay
F
For
a. Midland Road, atftik» a. ai,. uafig
., except Sunday. m.V on rt|
only.
Read, 1160 a. m.. daUx*^x. eptBun
, HAUL, abidtur., 8.rtf.lUL. iaml Ü.05
p. in., daily, except on mu inlay.
Î HGR FKNNÖYLVANIA-A VgNUK t»TAT«>N
or Waeh'lngtou, 6.5ft 7.Ü6, t.ftli, â.8$audlL46 a.
m., 3.3P, 5.15, 7.ft>and j.Iu p, m. Ou àund&y.
at é. 5ft 7.5ft ».Ofi and U.46 a. jn., 5.16 and 7.%
ForAnnapofR, 7. 10 a. m..' nalîv 4gi*».pt
6bI6n. m., 4«JIy. , , t
LEAVR'WAkHlNMTON Fl»R fi ALTJätolÜ
i^ao um i* , ». .rit i i.* ,P
GAU1U.B8 % FUbil^ ««.lier. I A,,t
«lay;
N*n tu t
»• H
Time Tnhl<
" uses
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>KTII.
l>
Stations
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8tutiom*.
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frotiKK
Wai n irk .
LSI
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» 11 » m
wiESTJ;
t '4|
•ville 4 45 7 07. .
;■ 7 h! 1(1
i. ► -ra ,1.
Eu polit. . . 6 0*4
w lfm I «lg i « *26 H
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pW**-* AVI. at ANTIC h.I f*
es AN1, AKIF.IMI NCJ,
TKAIVSWll.I. I.b*u
POK IT.AMicdTv • Ul * s
From VlneBtreet Frrr
» 46 ». m., 4.16 4.<)l> h !
• <ay only, 2.bo p'. (»,, .
BkaekMina\ -n St 1 -.
•J. P
■- Km.
ft,
18.8
• t Ft
Ȁ vSf.a'I
1 1.« J
ijvr nhorp yJ
1 '•*'P-Ui. 1 mj
ftaiurtaay-u
, 81J0«. Bl.
A*HMNMHV-*la4imi Trail, hi||
Parlor car«» tHtArhi-d
^'iw ^
i J-NM-A I, TUA I Nh Km m nui. A „
Kiir.iiM,m*n.M from \
Hr «l'Fcfrti s. T.r». g 1 l JJ'k«a
' IfJOA wj.L 2,<4iWEOoS"-^ * ,,d 11
Fro Vine si
»harkaniAV
y * »:•«»' 1
b
•1
.
■ins.
-• K,
16.39«. in.
, -5.45,
"• a. m.Fi
I». in.
at 8.00aod|
e , 8.0 • and ]| *
l>a«-kaiiia\oo in
sire, (
». .... jaiwirTj
%®kïÿÂîKït'T*»i?» R ;;l l
« . j dav».
Pa* A too, leiriin
Ferrt«« A)»». J4 .
L''' 5*^ - Hu*.lavs. H.t*' h.
Market hi i
For Ham men ton, fi
IVrrhik, ri.i» a .
A*f*k s.'Ua. ni
. from loot n| \|
Far L*keaP>e, II.
Foi .Mar I ton, jyii-.lf nl,
•ilHtf" i»t »tiiniK, f« ave
darn. 7 39 n. in.. 2. 0;
w <P0 8ii»o 8i3J p. m. K
on Ferries; m o ».
! ,Jh*Tr" illls unit own.
street ferries, s.no ».
Woodruff parlor r»i
W. N. BANN Alt!»,
Huperinn-iiilci
iJALTIMOKE AN1) OHIO K Alike
ii'ilii in
• t
i, h
<
I :
In
il
. i
1- II
Vi
1 H hacla*axc
. «.oo p. m
*ttur.l»yi (
ni 1 ' m '
1 V »nd Inte
,r - t -tr. i,,
J:- III. Sun«
a lue and il,,
w. I k days,.
4.3»
I .
>11
r<
fM
fr -ui \
THE MOUKL KAHT LINK,
LINK BKI'W
I'HK EAST AN1) THE WEST, via WASH
TON.
VW*l* TRAC
aÉFfiüTi V V wr
k:
JAN N Y 1'OUF
«TEEL KAii.fi!
»CHEDHLF TO TAKE EFFECT
BUN DAY, NOV. 12. live.
LEAVE CAMDKN HT H ECT STATION:
A. M.tChlcagn, Cincinnati, »t. i.ouli rut
S.W1 pr-.«. It. 4 (). Palin',• Slcïï, (5
Cluciuuatl, Ht. Louis and ( Ulca/u.
4,40 MTD I h Jufî » 7 Hou tl.'w.«t! y Ä 1
«IS»/,
(1.8) Washington
7.10 tWaahlngto
7.16 ANNAUOUh. si
1MHFUN KX.
ton Branch.
riMf'dinonL Btraslmry, Wlndietter.
ersto'wn, Frederlt-k aiul wsv -utlm
Main bU-in. urn huii.la) to hlllwtt
6 .:»
i >
Kx
I MUS AN DW
.
•nson Me
7 v 5ü
tf l^rfsilURL, Cl MINN ATI. 8T, y,
 i î'/'' ,!n . . .
«.on t
ally, and CH
Haitirday. (Richiinuid and the Souft
Quauflco). Sleeping car*,Baltimore
cinnaii. Loulstule and CJilciuo Jtu
Parlor Cara, Chicago JunctU '
Bleeping Car*, Grafton' to
dally except ;
t Washington
11 * '»n Bunday».
10.30 W A 8 HINGTON
i'kJCHB.
AGO dally
[i ^
Saturday.
d way bta Ions.
ft 10
AN U LAUREL
*. V.
12.15 W aahlngton, An:in.» !1* andw»y.
J.3Û JOn Sunday only, for Washlun»
EUu-otl'City aud way atatluu.
Waahittgton and 'ft ay siatfoui.
I.
ft »
'cr»t Sun.liT).
nh 1. Ä 8 .C.I
quanticii
•I at Wa*hiiigl
Monda), Vv eilnesd
Fot,»mac HU-an. n<>a
dav and Haturday for old i*n
Norfolk, Ac.
4.00 VV VSliINGToN KXBKKB8.
Jetrottp'a AnnupulB .1 nnotion. Loom
fiyattbvllie.
4.20 Winchester, Hagerstown, ErwlertB
way.
(».<*« fV\'aah lug Ion, Auuapolis and w*y,
ft20 tEredvrlck and way station«.
6.20 Waftinsburg and way -talions.
6.25 -1 VF.-ifthlngton and waj stations.
1
tt*H4fd)iirg,Cleveland and
B*f>. Palace Hleeidnii Can» to IWi
♦CHK'AiHI, CINCINNATI. ST. LO
W ASHIM.lViN AND < • »Ll'MBÜB
PlvKS.s, B. Si, o. I'ala" filroptyfOl
Oitadnnnti, Ht. Loulr and rincaro, U
d the South, ci . Va. Mhlland.
. Airy »nd«
7.*>
A4«
•urg
W.1A ; on »um
11.15 Ml. Airy
Washington mid way
Leave tor Metropoilun I*
and 2.51» n. in. Forltoekvlll
All irwi«». hi
LEAVE WASH I GTON FOR UALT1M
16.». «.»i. 17.61, ».10, n.m IM« 6
12.111, »1.20, Ï.20, tllU 13.00, i. lo, «.« «4
tl.lfi, 7.311, tO,«0»u<l 11.60 |>. III.
tlteUy. gunil.) on ), niter irilil
l«u»"'oSliil Art I
aidenoe* on orders
TIt BALTLvioKK
AM DEN STAT BN
W. M. GLEMENTb,
Master o# Tmiiatmi
tti
*5
Ii.
h, 7.1R». A
H.ioa. iu.
lielaj except 8.W»
except
bOMI
I .kecked
fl at Tlckft oflleca
.KT. N. W. C'or.J
«1 si DOt
wiroAilw
K. LOI
HVMilt.li JtJCSUBTH.
^I'tbLLi: M I10U3K
Ojicii June 23d. 1883.
(-a |»E MA \ i HV, S
cd In f.dl
Hellghtfiilly loer
built with all-itiroler
Imp
Ta
with •'»
K*ir |ia« 1 l>'ul«rs ai»l»l> "»
PLT1K ilct 'iLLUk
iilsli«* tliroiigliu
«17- ^
j
HOTEL A IiBiO>
, n. 3 . AUTISTIC CITV, N, J.
S©a#nu pf 1384 now
ufshe-i aud firsudlass in
i'rcprk
1*2
187ft,
K 8 TABLMI 1.1»
—ENLARGED AND
4;ity
improved is
V the Bt-a.
SHELDON I 10 LS 5
(4
OCE1N GROVE N
tliH
rlDl
Kin
« H.ling*®
dat '
La'ges
Rarouatg^ Elevator, i
and iKcifld kUtha. ^
improvements.
-In the t
I tfolfl
a till » 1111
lie
mai.aHR
PERFECT DRAIN AG E-N«»
MOtqU ITUS.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR!
- »iiert
JT \ n ,\ MM»»**
. E.
gn|c < *w
14 ALL
] I calth Mr
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