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his
«UBLI8HJKD KVER\ DAY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
BELL A TAYLOR,
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THE GAÄ1CTT®, ;
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«»ad to , aq
WILMlNUTtm, IVHU*I, «JL* 31.
Mohool Hw.nl «o«iw».
The - oard ot Educatfoci has evidenly got
Itself into a sna.f over the c^ntraet for ap
plying the public schools with coal dttftnfe
the eoMing wUiior, and U now endeavoring
to undo its deliberate award of the contract
to parties whom the committee in charge of
the subject declared to be the lowest and
best bidders.
We are not at all surprised that the
School Board should get Into such a trouble,
and it will become eve*» more deeply in
volved If it does not make a material change
iu the system of receiving proposals that has
prevailed for years in that organization.
Contracts are
without the
having
the nuture or extent of the proposalft,
which are opened, examined aud passed
upon '*y the small committees.
Under the School Board system, when
proposals for work or supplies are desired,
the committee having charge of the work
advertises foe the bids. Tne proposals
ar-, received by the chairman of the coin
mitt ec.ami opeued by him at a
meeting of the committee members, when
It is decide«! to whom the contract shall be
awarded. The committee then reports to
the Board that so and-sois the lowest bidder,
aud contracts are frequently awardeü iu ibis
m&nuer without the Board being informed
of the figures of the successful bidder.
That scandal and peculation have
not prevailed uuder such 4 loo*c
and shifiless system is due solely to
the fact that our School Board, while not
remarkable lor the brilliancy or ability of
its personnel, has been uniformly composed
of men who were strictly honest iu their in
clinations, and attended to important mat
t -rs In this suspicious and unbusinesslike
manner with perfect honesty and
fair dealiug. But the system is
dangerous, nevertheless, for a com
mittee of three members, with loose notions
of decorum or propriety, could make a per
fect bonanza by entering into collusion with
conscienceless bidders and dividing the
profits among themselves.
Fortuna el y , no such practices have ever
prevailed In the Board, but the iuemberB
owe it to themselves to adopt a new system
without delay, and thus not only
avoid the mere shadow of sasp'cloo, but
effectually prevent a recurretice of
the trouble they are now experiencing over
the proposals for furnishing coal. They
could, with profit and advantage, adopt the
plan that the City Couucil has found so sat
isfactory—have the proposals depoètted in ft
fréquetitly
members of the Board
the slightest knowledge of
«warded
isfactory—have proposals depoètted in ft
locked box in the Board room, taken out
and read before Ute open Board
and tbeu reterred to the appropriate
committee for exanvnation aud re
port. Theu, when the report of the com
mittee is made to the Board, all the mem
bers have a full knowledge of everything
pertaining to the subject, aud can act intel
ligently thereon.
Had this system prevailed the members of
the Board would not now be in such a snarl
over the coal proposals, and for their own
satisfaction they had better put it iuto
operation without delay.
On Saturdat our excellent w*9kly
temporär}*, the Delawarean, of Dp ver, not
only appeared iu an entirely new Sud hand
•otne d ess of type, but altered'it« form
from a rather awkward seVen col
umu, wide measure paffe, to a
form of eight columns of symmetrical pro
portions. The net result is a slight enlarge
ment of the paper, aud a vast improvement
in its mechanical appearance. The Dela
warean I« a good home paper, staunchly and
cousistently Democratic and in 8very way
worthy of the «uccehe it has achieved.
The cheek of a newspaper that accept«
the advertisements and money of liquor
dealers and d« nounce« their hunine*s,i« only
equalled by the impudence of one that prints
high-tardi edit«»rials written by a blatant
free-trade editor. B«»th are cheats ol the
first water.
Althoi gh the killing «*f Carey, the 1n
urder, few
)>e«»pie will sigh at tlie terrible fate of the
wretch who deliberately consigned his corn
pan lor. s to the gallows, iu order to
himself.
former,
a col«l-blood' d
If thf. Quickstep base ball club maintains
«•nt record a lew days longer,the ques
tion of the propriety of disbanding the
ganization will be effectually settled. It
will be fairly 1< nocked out of existence.
i
Between Ccktis* life of Bueiianan and
Blaine's promised recollectloiis, the seek«*r
after interesting political literature ought to
be pretty well satisfied for a few years.
Irecini« ot Man.
Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Import
cnee, .Sexual Debility, cured by "Well«'
Health Rcnewer." $1.
Work Given out.
On receipt of y
offer by which you c
evening«, at >our home.
Boys or Girls c
«& Co., 195 and 197 Fulton street, New
York.
address we will make
earn $3 to $7
Men, Won en,
H. C. Wilkinson
... . „ ,
in all its forms positively cured with Emory's
Standard < ure ill«, e never-failing remedy;
pure'v vegetable, contain no quinine or
other poisonous agencies, endorsed by phy
gicians and s«»ld by druggist« everywhere.
25 and .50 cento.
do it
w " "» r ;
MU II «so
Office hi
The na
A 17 year old boy named 811 rey «tabbed
his elder brother to death, near Ceutrevllle,
Ga., yesterday. #
Conrad Splese, a prominent cltiien f»l
Port Carbon. Pa., was killed yesterday by a
runaway accident.
Sabato Alexarder, convktc*4 of murder at
K£su>n, Pa., Is Dying to starve Mmaclf to
death- He ha* refused food siuce Ihur&day
last.
of
It. 1« eatlmaied tl»t over acr-s of
ffrowlug lobayco in Lancaster county, Pa M
was destroyed by the ball and rain 'sUJrrU «
Saturday night.
Patrick Moulton, a*td years, was
killed by Bernard McCaffroy, aifcl H2, in
Troy, N.Y., yesterday morning, in a quarrel
about a woman.
The steamship Nettlesworth, which left
Montreal a week ago In bali&at, In sale
one ot the Magdalau Islands. A vessel has
been seat to her relief.
a
■ D
Tbf boiler in a saw mill at Russellville,
Arkaubtt», burat yeatertlay, kllltOff William
Qudsi fi and lnlurtug two other ineq, ou«,
named Pay në Hudson, tktally :, i<> ;
^llliato Moseley, ated 28 year«,, huii$*»t
himself iu the Jail at Suubni7, P$«. ofi Bor
day night. He Wks tev-iitly s'-nuiuced to
la y« ar''imprisonment foi homlMdt-.; . ,
Borat e ^hepard. 23 yearn ol a#e, shot anti,
killed his wllp and then coimuUtvd aqicid«
in Sep Yqirk ytatefday mm uiuk They. Ua«l
(parried sturéLly, in opposition to th wishes
oi 8h*.pard'b parents.
In Jersey Gtty, yesU-nla^, ifX-l*ol|<eu.a«
JahaNugi Dt and Kdward iTari'eU, eoliviv»##
of attetnp tikg to rob a bwuk otlleer ol iHJjlAH),
on a railroad train, were penanced each U»
l% years'Imprisonment in the I"e itentiary.
A Court-martial has been ordered toiaeet
at Vancouver Barracks, WashiogtoiM Terri
tory, on the 30th of Auirust. to try :8t rond
Lieutenant Samuel C. Robinson «liavcted
with duplicating his pay account« par th«
month of June last. ' 1
In fhe Criminal Court at Washington,
yesterday, Judge Wylie bvcrruftKl *4ie
tion to quaih the hnJlctmtttt in the Arno^iF
cafté. Keilotfif'scoanscl Rave notice (that hr
wished to have the case tried at the jearliej-t
l»racMcable mofwent. ! '
Surtéon »ieneral Hamilton yesterday re
•étved a cahlft'dlspatch from Havana saving
that the steamship City of Merida, from
Verm Crue for New York, left 11 casefr (H
yellow fever at that port. The City of
Merida was disinfected on Baturday.,
The steamship British Crown arrived from
Liverpool yesterday, bringing 27« Dpflftftu
Rers, aniotfg them Mrs. Benedicta Price,»
lady of 63, who was met on landing by her
intended husband, John T Howe'l, aged 7Û,
from whom she Is said to hare bequ sepa
rated for over 28 years.
A Rome, Watertown and Og»knshurg
freight train yesterday ran into a New York
Central passeuger train, at Charlotte» seven
tulles north of Rochester. Three of the pas
•engar coaches were upset and one was
wrecked. The conductor and three passen
gers were severely Injured.
Two men yesterday escaped In; a boat
from a vessel quarantined at Ship Island,
and made their way to Pass Lfirlstian.
They were arrested by direction of the
President of the Health Hoard of Louisiana
aud handed over to the l\ S. authorities to
answer the charge of stealing the bdat.
Th« steel miM at Bethlehem, IVima., was
in full operation yesterday, and at might the
doable shift was started. It is announced
that *'the old mill will be put in djHratlon
the latter part of tne we4*k, aud by .Mondav
next ail departments inay in* working. Four
blast furnaces are working and tw® wfll be
rehuUt " !
of
of
ft
'V

»Canada,
Nearly 1,000 perpnns left Ott
last night, on the annual pilgrimage to the
shrine of 8t. Anne de Beau pro. They
accompanied by the Roman Catholic Bishop
of Ottawa and a number of priest«. Among
the pilgrims were "scores of itfalids
crutches and blind
and women," who
hope to be cured through the lute
of St. Anne. ,
( •overnor Crittenden, of Missouri^
at Ogden, Utah,*cn Suuday night, on his
way to California. It is 6a1d he hn»s "made
aesreful study ot the work of Utah Com
missions and the Mormon problem, and ex
pressed the opinion that, while the last
Commission had accomplished all the law
K « - - I. • I I
arrived
s
a
J
;
•ular tissues, and forestall death by
drowning.'*'
In St. Louis, yesterday morning, 23« war
thi? day heiorc. Am.ine th»«- reported as 1 of
having violated t e law were keepers of I
li very stabil p, breweries, t ig«, slores, bar- j
hers, hack men, »Maires, newspu|a*r men ,
the proprietors down, street railway !
d expre-se nompauil*, the l Ilion Depot S
Company lor fending out trains, and va I
rfous other persons. The Pros« « utmg At- |
tor ne y decided to drop cases against livry- |
men ou the ground that their bustu« hb was,
*'a work of necessity." Test cases are to be j
advanced on the dockets against the street i
car companies and the newspapers. The |
rranis issued yesterday included only the j
offenders iu the Central Police District; thu j
other District« will come up to-day. The I
beer sa loom in the centrai portion ol the '
city closed on Sunday heiorc noon, hut ft is
estimated that the entire bales of liq *or lu I
8t. Lout on that day reached $«0,UU0.
re
of
own
iuto
allowed them to do, further and more de
cided legislation whs necessary.
Charles H. Gogel had a hearing yesterday
in BaitimoFe, on the charge v>l having oh
tain d $12,000 from the. National Union
Bank of that city on forged paper. He
waived an examination and was committed
to await the action of the Grand jlurv. It
is said that besides the Union Hank, the
Manufacturers' and Howard Bank» aud the
banking house of Nicholson «Ni ti
discounted notes, the endorsements
which are alleged to be lorged, atuounting
to $56,000.
Several heavy failures In the Loot, and
shoe and leather trade wert* reported yester
day. F. Shaw & Brother, ol Boston, said to
be the most extensive tanners In fhe world
made an assignment. Liabilities, $3,.V0,000;
assets nominally $5,000,000. C. XV. Coj>e
laud a Co,, who have a factory at Brockton,
Massachusetts, ulso suspended with liabilities
estimated at $750,000. Joseph Pr^tt,whole
sale shoe manufacturers, of Chicago; Sted
man it Co., ot New York, and Wi N. Toler
also reported to
, hold
not
col
a
pro
and
way
& Co., ot Baltimore,
have failed.
A post mortem examination of The body
of Captain Webb was made on Sunday at
Lockport, New York, hy three physicians.
It showed that none ot the injurt«** on the
body wer«* capable of causing death, except
the cranium wound, and that the doctors
decided, wuh produced after death. None of
the characteristic symptoms of drownii g
were apparent, and ft was therefore
eluded that death "resulted from, the shock
from the reactionary force of the water in
Hie Whirlpool Rapid« coming In contact
with the submerged body with such force an
to instantly defatroy the respirât« py power,
and in fact aU vital action, 'by direct
pressure from the force oi contact. -The
shock wan of «uf&*ient intensity Co paralyze
the nerve centres, partially dedicate the
only
the
1n
few
the
corn
It
i fro
!
and
seek«*r
to
New
make
$7
en,
Doubt* a
lisaur« ard
Mgnat
It is eM«y to c«xp at *ucco8scs and accus« ol
dishonesty those whose raorul,character Ihr in
tegrity, veracity and fair dealing
lied as the driven snow. Now, In reply to «aino
envHlera, * actuated by motives easily seen
, through. Oen'ls CL T. Rea u regard, of La., and
Jubal A Early ot Va., reaffirm, ami publish to
the who e world, over their Awn autographic
or ^i^natures. that tht*y In pernon manage and
phy- f^ntrol all the monthly and »etril annmJdraw
° K8 0 10 u 8 11
Ml
Ma. in by <2
taten«
i«I Early Over Tlielr Own
i 'la
?

State Lottery, and the
« are conducted with honesty fairness and <j
good faith toward all partios.
JOHN WMnAWAKBtrK.
tf
$
.
J 1
T
was a cu)wn''d lieà^ wiio
".Oiut .cliiKl is the
m. He
IF
Î
4ai4
ftuU*, ot ,»his ;
rules his moth*r* his mothe
rules (he knd 1 rale the h alm !"
And that is pretty much true
of other realms than the State.
n
. Tiie 8e''.sation of the lower
floor at present is a "model ol
a Children's Play , House." set
tip on the Ma ket street side,
east ot the central stairway. It
is, iu fac , a one-room house,
showing a brick wall exti rior,
windows and doors in the lout
»ides, and artifi« ial flower beds
on either skie the Iront .en
trance* The interior walls are
papered ip appttip iate stenes
of happy childhood—"Three
children went a sliding," ' The
cat's in the cupboard," -Hark,
hark, the dogs do b rk, the
beggars have cocie to towD,"
The left side s demoted
to b ys— « $10 horse and
chaise, a zoetrojie, an agate
railway, &c, a wonderlul
work bench, with oonàp'e e
tools and the "carpenter's
c dps" lying about, building
block, a hobby horse, a print
iiur press, an elegant cylinder
desk and revolving chair, foot
ball, battledores, &c., &C.
T ne girls' side has a com
plete tea-tablç and bent-wood
The tilting ice pitch*r
and goblets, 1 astor, dishes and
tableware are liliputiap. Out
perfect. A gilded high chair
has a solitary doll baby, pr -
sumably the mistress of the
feast. Here i* a
. .
CUIllling little tWO-StOneCI Work
i , . j it \ i
DHSket, R (iülL*Uclby CO£K*h, R
f'uc simile of baby's own, laby
doll houses, ^c., &c j
A model of a French flat, in
lour sections, const tutes a side
show. No. 1 is a difawing
room, with lace curtain sus
pended from gilt cornice
iurniture is in light-figured
c etonne, a clock stands under
a shade on the talile. No. 2
is a bedroom in blue tiphol
!
8tc.
chairs.
sewmj
chiije that se^sjust ike ibama,
and a piano that plays, if you
know how, just like mama did
before she was mama ! A
ma
I
The
s ery and black and gold
trames, with marble-top bureau,
washstand table and conjmode;
a mirrored-door wardri.be, a
tiny ciadle, etc. >o. 3 is a
dining room,an open Franklin,
with marbl pier table and
glass, sideboard, 1 unge, etc.
No. 4, the kitchen, basa cook
stove that "goes" complete, oil
cloth on floor; refrigerator,
water-cooler, dresser Covered
with dishes and on the rool, a
J umbo of white zephyr,^asking
placidly in the weird moonlight
shed on the strange grouping?
from the bronze chandi lier in
the ceiling of the play room.
The cost of the French flats,
building and furni-hing
$13.00. The complete con
tents of the play room, includ
ing the above,is $184.00. Play
; rooms can be fitted up for any
amount,from $10.» *0 to $1,000,
and in bad weather it is a
good thing to afford in-door
RttfRCtionS
*
IrY^O lot üf StfRW I lütS
for dolls are j U8t in - They aye
1 of the latest French s vies and
I o n i i 11
j «11 8IZe8 lor (lolls,
, K(>r SPRsllOrt* U8P W(* llRVP
! . 1
S *ilboRt«, SRIld-DRils of tin M\d
I i j t- j i oi 1
| WOOÜ and hpadeS and bliOVelS
| j,. i. ot L mo t n l ~n(\ wood
111 ,IU IU1 anu
j
i
| f»i
j
j
I '»**
' rt !
' m
I |V*
18
!
The Otto Tttcycle, ruhher
■iu 42-1 u «-h Wheel, ««».ou.
•t«-., tkt-inell Wli 1-1, *21,00.
•I«'. :t2 Inch wheel. 910.00
Bii'ÿcli-, 2ft-ln«-h wheel, yio.76.
tleT-oya, Ball», whip.-, T«-p-, Murbi««,
pc-». «, 28-Inch wheel. ?« o .
V« loeipedes, 24-111««I i wb«?el, 95.2%
"'d cfpedes, 20.inch wheel, «4 o.
Velocipedes, Ifl-lucli wheel, f .75.
. «I :
I.
Lower floor nortlieu
John Wanamakek,
<j
l" »tiiut. Thirteenth and Market str
au«l ( ily-llall sijuare, »*kila«l« lphla.
e«-ts
i-zrr »T.tTKvrrT.
j^UMMABY •
- OF TU F
(CEK'f • OF TUB CITY OF
BaT».W, DELAWARE.
Ja» I. 18«.
From July 1.
T F t -* . BECKIPrS:
From V. Promut, lie. «• ver, sei
taxes toe-48-1 ...
Î
I of
.... f 2.0UU0U
From E. Pro
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1M.ÄM77
«,630 00
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Ei Ml 8!
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vér, m obiiisi j
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n
11 .»ki
, Chief of
From M. 4J, A oumi-I . Cttlof EuglicajP
of'urvA-Tiav i»anini-nl. L<
From Wllilani Hickey.< I« rk 01 JMa kut
Kroru I'htlemmn chandler, Building
rlSSFSw X M'niVn « rViftrt
Band» 1 m»« 4| for
tlon of L
F*om premium
inter«»ton abo
From J
Police.
» I
1,188 00
7H ;
182 00
taouMw
I 2» 40
-||3 230 41»
.1
From rfHlw pf Hittkmg »* u«*l
Boodg l«RU«d *or re«leiup-_
tîônor fcàkh Ne 7. 924 ,<ju0«0
bSqgeMof J Kob Ht r.l
!
■hR^ud tBVctted lu otH» e
lia »nd accrue«!
1,000MB
the above Loaa 2,71*0 0»
Trom p
lntereat
• *27.70000
From certificate» 11 tmh btedne-h Issued
'ftoTJalon Nail-dial Itsn 10 f»«y h.l
due lt«»ar«l <<f fcUtueatlou, *•
eqnnt.pf Loan No
rr«An sale or bon. I
eouat o Loan N
From »ccrui* 1 lute
ttlioVe....,..
froio Interest due a.
T nst t* und .
From IftWr^t dm
Trust Fund.
K1I/hImHi I
luinted i_
9 Kim incld-«tain cl.
...
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X'
415(0
I 8ü,«>U0
80(1»
1809
nit of La time'
out of ÜÜtai
r '(ïiitèVeàt * k*
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yi
■ ■
I repaid**. hj «*...»
•I« »»»ê ul flH'al year
U4iauo«pvur«lraft
, (jqnefto, ifts3*.
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. 12% 922 82
BXI'KM>ITDR8'»0i
higlnDtoc of >
f Fuidle.' itüucâium ^ 7 ,»SS
<• erdraft hi b 11k
DnJeS palp ^ard <>
Works....,
paid op«mlng and
paid* ïieài th <»f elty.V.'!
Ord« 1 s paid puhll l«i
Order paid » ui.be l«i
orders \srtd p vlng
Or«l«M paid repai
<*ii
gnt-lbig
'8» 80© *9
1,200 00
8.188 44
21 OOOOU
XW71 88
. t%Mrsi
21,47ft as
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1,090 00
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2,000 00
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1,078 12
81,022 00
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or atranta.,...
d cleaoiug
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Order paid pu 11«* m|«».
< >r«l« r» pat<! pnn'ius ..
paid .arhNge...
p41d fuel.
rderft pal
walk?-
Ord«
paving side
urt
paid r a«l 1 - ' «
« rder» bald lnt« r«-st
debt.....
O ncri )ihI 4 IlieM ntal
et|ien erf...
paid salarie»
pabl hIii kIn k f'
I « w
th*- 'public
I uit'-oelian
11^997 90
t It
49.9« 66
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Ne. 0 I 12,00000
No. 7 2%00000
6,00000
Or
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Ordern ins 1 <1 rml« pu
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Orfie v pabl remMnptl
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an, aeuount.
ürd. ' h paid balai»
(>r«lers paul water
l"'
'CSln
f nan Ns,.
N
8.600 00
% (100 Oil
ouo 00 ,
«»f Loan f»y.
Boarti of Édu
10
btft iu ftoWth^ofi'g
. « 0,000
oruers paid nertitb ates of Indcbted
iiesxtolTul«»n Nut innftl Bnnk. 2l,ÛÜ0t0
pal«l KdxabeMi Taylor OA mort- /
paid Lall
( »r'derfc
S Mge,
( *rd«*.
tue» ,
1,000 oo
Fund for
«Î47
P
ToUl
Tiie foregoing I» u
i«l expenditures <>l the city or Winning
sure, from June 30, lNÜtoJu^ I, IMhsT
pend It u res...
. «ft*.0tugs
• statement of tlu- receip t a
»HUM,
Cl tv C'ouncl'.
A
Clerk «»f
STATEMENT OF THE DEBT
—of 'u iic
city t F WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
JULY I. in«.
th or I red for9l%00(t, for
i «»f hiMii ion 1 w 1er works
ervolr, lay In* of water pip h
itv of vs litiiliigton. Date of
!«•«• Man h 17, lft«4. Rede«,
hie April 1. ihni. lnt-re
d»y «»f F. hi
No 8 Lo
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Loan, authorized r<»r 926,000, for
the purmisftof finding live floating
debt. Dale of onlina ye AiwU 22,
Iftti'i. Ret-ileeiuable April 1, •H8W. Iii
payatile ««n tne flr»t (lav ot
A pril
iM?r In eas'li
T« nid o
. mnhoftixeii Vor f2%not> for
e.ar at tii«
'
No.
*» « D
2% 000 00
N«».
i.
.
ill«* lft«»ar«i Ti'ubll Liu«.'«
«/■a- ol ordln-iice, Ju
It. «I. à-niable April 1, 1889. In
he amt dav of
u.
».
I
i
- payable «
II ami On 1 «»ber la
t.
•U year a
.. T
ih.
I"
..... 25,00000
97,000.'
•r D -
1
anriuirlr.ed , c
1 of Ui« VY
No. I
u
ii'
the purpose o- defray
une of repairs to th«
t f
III!
e Au •
sis* April 1,
n the first
guv| U. IMIW. Heile« mal
Iiitereat payable •
•f April anuOMOher »neaohysar
.
h« rst. officer «•*
I*«
7,000 00
N««. 13. authorized To fl r -,006 fi
Broome atr
L«.
> lug wat«T pipes
1 «mlinanee Au/ust an,
>1« April I. im inter«
■ first «fay of
« h year
T:
Dal
'ÄfiK
P-il
ui«'.«
th
th«
■ of 6
In
K
otal of 1
rit
13,000 00
I.««
i t, authorlxed ferf«<»,0«ü, fi
t A after »tre*)t. Date
.-« ember 2, laö». Red
N
wblen I
of urdh
U'cinahle
Intercftt payable <>•
lay of Jminary an«l July Id
■VnxToYu^n V« r 14. Ul . P .'!t
1
January
tin- first
>'*
50,000 (X>
No. 1% authorise«! for 9:»% 000, f«»ft
tbe iiiipiuvcincitftof lût Bra .dywlnt
•r work.-«. Dateoibfdl anceJuub
It.-dccmablc Augiibt l. iftOL
the «rat day of
1
Intcrc>t
mr\ aud.AuSMfttlU enc'.li ye
it« of« per cent, per annum.
No. 15.
thorixed for LVi.iXXJ. fur
Boarn of Public E«lu«:a
• of ordUMiii*'«' April d.
■ mabto Mareh ■ L^lWb
•r In c*< Ii year at
i.
th
Total of L
N«». »%
. 3.% 000 00
I
the Ur
tli.TI. 1
Iii
1«7I.
th«
»le
;rest pay
Mai el
I Heptei
fl par
lie

A of L«»an No* M»--:.... . .
So. 17, authorised4or 9 1,'riO, ffir
1
30,(100
pnylng expèm«
itor main tn Eleven
d
«- pur i
ib aii«l
«•te. Date of ordinan#««
1871. Redeemablu Au
•I ell«
(»«.•to « r
iot I.
rst «luv of February 11
at the rate of 6
T«»tiil of IJ
lx, authortz.« d for 9ao,6u(t, for
paying Um « \primes
d by purchaftfng land for a
n-Ksrvoir and Building
• of« edinanoeJanuary
Ibviucmuble Ju y 1, 18»:. la
pavable on the ff 1 «t «lay of Jan
11.1 Julv In each yeai at the
«I f.«;r « ent, per a
u No, 28...
«. lO.HUThort/b'i for 9!(9
» pose «»fdefraying the expuiibu
!)L I
r>'Jtri»iym
r. ftt
the
;
t In
*ni».' i7...:
1
1,000 00
t be purpoi
..i
lllC U '
the
11.
137«
T«»ml
»1 I.
:»,ooooo
T.


-
wHUjr reservo ruim pu
I nance April 4, 1872.
\»r£. Inu
tile llrrA «Jav of Ja
»te
il
iy
ary *u£~l
eof « )*er
No.
July ofe
Ii ye
. Total of I
«. 2Û.' a' UiorUwl for WÔ.Uüû'
In M a er street. Date of
«-. S'ovcmt«er 2t, lft72. U« -
t»le January L Iff»«- In crest
ft st day I January
at the rat«-«»t fl
Total of I
Nu. 21, âuihori/.ctï for |jnÔ,0(i(»,
fur fuundtng the floating rl«-».t an t
opetilng Eleventh and Eighteenth
' *• *.e, April. 7.
. .... ugiist, I, Iftfift,
ay able on tlie first
Angaivt tu each
per cent, per
1».
.'«,00000'
fo
wul
<ih
tl»e
•I «Inly In each ye
r reut, per annum.
I 1 " '
7'
• • 00,000 00
»•: Oitu uf or.llll
lte«le niable A
187
i
:
«•'t i»ay
ary um»
at. of 8
J' |, Li*'Ar* "l .i'L' "i" 100,000 00
22. guUioriaed lor |i%(K» , for
rpose Of b ildlng a hospital.
>t ordinance. Ap II, d, l«73.
U^t1893. Iuturest
payable o.i tU- first «iay of Feh
an« I Augustin «ach year at the r
«•f « per èe t. P«r annum. Total
t Issued of I<nan m 22. 17.'00 00
i. 2% autboriaed for '•So,hoo, for
cot meeting tin* xpeu
ning Water street. Dan* of
ice May, 15, 1873. Redeemahle
i, ttd. Ihieh-St I
r«*t I
f.o
J.
Me
1)
Re
.1 V
*of
purpos
widen
«11 ii mice
•]» y i, '804. pnerést paya
flot «lay of May «nd Nov
at the rate of 0
TotM "tho
payable on the
ember in
■h >
per «Üiiuin. T«»tAi • ft Loan No. 'it... 20,000 00
24, authorized f«»r kto.ooo, f«, r
of «he Hanrd of E«liicaM«iii.
K
V.
th.*
Aiuounft issued
23, 1H74,8 8 000.
mnafice of «Tunc
«•«• iHMied hyord>
. Itedee
»rest pay able on
<1 Ju.y Iu
» by or«ll
4. 187%
, anve April
Issued bv
'VMi. ltal
April 14, 187«, 97,
I, 18»» I
be first day of Jauuary
table
I
«rr*ri TrtftctfT.
«ai b year at |ho raU- of
p r ab »um. tUl of Loi
oan No. S,«q|h«>r1*e<t for
the nouMtruotloii Of a
tortDJO, Imp'oeln* tho-teAt« r
■ of Um oil) and other nupo
ofordln re July 80, 1W4. » -
follows: |B,0iJ0on the
Aral day ol Jul of lh73 and 9% 000
rst .lay of July of each surceed
» ok year, until and Including,
first lay of Jalv. 1» 7. aad the jfyi'
mm offi0,W0 o the first Th'
Ju y. 1UUN Interest payable o the
« day of January aud July or each
year at the rate of 8 per emit. per an
uin. H lance nnpai-1 of
sefWJr
Bi
Phi
New
(Cool
work«
Pate
the fl
sin
In*
v of
No.
. iifi,a»6o
No. 3% authorised for 1128 000, for
the ennstrnultou of u new en rvolr
(find Spring), 'at roving the w U*r
work* of tlie eltv and for other pur
poses Ihite or ovdinann Mav 7,
1H7». Iledeeinahle nh followa;
, 1M7%
le Aral day of
•h and every year
the
the flmt day of Sep
and a like amount on tli
September sf
i ll*re* ter until mid Ineludln
tr t dav of 8 pteinherHÉ
ferralnlng sum of 86 I
day of SiJptember. A.
terf*st payable
h
the flr»t
I>. .911. In
the Ar»t day of
Mareh nd Sspteiuher Inoach year at
the rat&of « wer rent
B tlance unpaid ol Loan No. 80....,.«
loan No. 27, aothorUed or $180,000,
lor the conslrttetioii *ud con pi-lion
sew «*l»r roaur voir (Cool Siarlssh
Improvisa water work» of th« oit»
aud fnr other purpoww. I>ate of or
• tiiMiiee May 24, l«l. Bsdosnashis
Februar r ». >MV. lntsrsat pay *ble
oq th« ttmfcdavpf February aa >
past In eocli year at the ran- of ft nor
«-out pear annum. Ttilsl or Loan No.
Loau N 0.18% authorised für îio.oeo,' u>
the ore eat Ê atlng am!
nd«id detit Incurred by the Puard of
Fiduea Ion In Wilmington. Amount
or *ed to b«t l»»ncd by ordlnanue
of tVrtinell, Auguat M, 1877.126,0%
IntereHt pa va hi.* .mi Uio rtrstday ot
Kehnuury and sg«»t In each yvar.
|0< let-in able 'ehru«ry |, 1897.
Ainouatasth<>ffismi to Is* iaeuod by
ordinance* of Council, F* hruary 4,
1M7tt, $2«, ono. Hudee mahle bsi»l ioImii
I, IÜW. 1 nterent payable on tine
dar of Mareh and September In each
. per a Dug ID. Total
i«o,ooo 00
I
«0,000 00
» • :
Ns. 28. ./. |6%4J00.00
N«». 29. authorlxed for |I4%)M»0, to
V th« {yVoaant iloallng uu«l un
ude«! in<l«diteila«tiM ofih*« efry of
Wfl(M"F*(w. I »ate
A pi ll 18.1W79. ' Ke«let*io ■ Me
ft .UHUon November », I8M4,
«>11 the dm day «»f NvvvmWr 1 h aaoli 1
every year follow lug, ItM-Litiiit«
ttr»* «Jar of November* a.
I9IM. Inierert payable on the ilr-t |
da« of ay an«l Novaatbar In eaoh 1
•yaiu», at the t»»e of 4)* per «ant. per
Nuniim. Total on Loan N«a .V. ...... >A\uoo.na
NO. HI Authorise«! for ftao.un. for
the awe of the Vo r«l of t o OU ' F«1
cation, bo be aoplh d »0 buthUag and
rurnlKhliig whool hoase» »11 the eAty 1
of W1 ntlngtoH. Dabi* <>f ordin ado« 1
. Hodeemablo a» foi- !
loWas |%U00 on Auguat J, 1882, an «
•5 0» • to drat d»y of August ■
of ea«*h and Mfyj year following, In
rltpling Uui ftrht day of Augu-t, 1««. !
Iiiten »! payable on tb<« Hr t «lays of .
February »**<1 Augus In u««jh year
at 4 Si I»er «wilt, par aim a in. T Ul of
L«»»n --......
Lo.iii Nu.Hi, ao norlsad for •»Hdm, for ;
the uurrli ae of Witter rlgnu tn 1
Ho«tli Long rare Win» tig,ton. el.,
• by *c( of the Legislature pMMte«l at
I »«»ver; April % IhAt; ifate M l ordl
^l»rll 2% iftKi; redeetnalila a^
folio »: 97 «JULAN*tuber, i. IVl;»; 7«»U
April 1, 1914. •19.OUU, Oeiebwir 1, U*14.
I«itere-t pnyatde on the tbe Ural Uaya
<»f AprHand (»«'tol»er in • ii«;|i j
• of 44 per «« ot. per auaiun. 00,000 00
Hinkiog I* und L«> », au'iiorlz**.|
Hi't of the LegI» attire
at Do va«,. F. b uaryu,
l856.......... # ...
'^'Aov«'dftrl«» r g «'IS-rflW ÿ^.'riàïd M 1
l»y awtiMMK^ of miU j . 12,900
Loan No. 7. al»«> refunded ttk
«hove. 26 000 j
£m£u*>
' '
1 > «
'
Or.'tnance
follow a:
and 97, vu»
a-ol
1.
I
; &% 000
the
,
'•'
.1/
account of above prior
Jnly 1, UM
Paid
...il. 146,260
Balance uf Sinking Fund Loan, 1173,400 00
Certifie tiw of indebtedn<*88 t-v the,
t'ulon Kationai Bank, ten p >rary
loau lor 96(1.000, authorized by an act
<»f Legislature, pa»«c«l at I Jo ver. i
NfatVIi 1% 1*81, paiable as «Mown:
|i%0Uionthe Ural ay o
D., 1S6L and of «-acb
thi-rearer Including
August, A. II.. 1X8 . lute
a
1 August; A.
d ev ry ye.«r
n; first day of
(h« llrat "ays of r «bi nary aiid
A gu-t of each and every year at
e o 2,q per echt. peY annum.
Halm«-«- unpaid ol thu above.
Ceriltteaie» ol liidebtedi|e«s to the
l, u I on Nat lu» al Bun , T.mporurv
Loan forf»*,(8» /»ufhor xe.1 «»Vue! ot,
Legislatur*«. pg»M-d at Dv\*rv Fob
•uurv 12 8»ö: «lat«, ol ordinance en-l
ruakyl 18*1; issued »o une nr the
I toord bt K «Vacation, heilig I» lane«- 1
dua^alfi B«»;ti d
30. Payable
ust I. 1MB; 910,0
without lute
Hu
Æ.00O 00
N© I
Au-!
Ailif« t 1, 18ft4,.
T 1 »' e:t' « , 'î. n t„ , g. a *' nrr ""
»In'of th vltyofWlliulwvfoii, D««law
«* ri i>«mJ fro n ti e hooka ol my pffU-4.
Attest; J. ELDKIlUiK PlkRCK,
ŸolKlT:
•••»ft L
: »10,
•21). 00000
,.a%4flo
of the
VKW ADTKUTiHEKKnis.
' +
00
Ohfcoks |u 6 hours
d.'J Da YN
nuK
48 FIRMEN
J. P. Hiller, M. D
-DRUG STORE-J
J.IN.ll^hstfrliV
IAN I
HOMEoTEAD
LAND HOR
I CLAIM« A SPECIALTY.
hmxmmr&cu
or LAND HTRfP I» ought and anld. I^rgeSto
a"d HIGHEST 1»RI« fe» Paid, Do ybu want
•ell or buy It If ao. write to A. A. THOM/
Aitornev-at-l.aw. Wanhliirtain. D
PATF.NTS ANuwtsim & smith.
1 /X. A EilV 1 O-Sojjcto,. 0 | u tJ . U|U| vfnu a .
Patenta, No. 700 Soven th street, cor. (■, odp.
s. I'flent omen, M» kiugtou, 7'. I:, rtirr-s
^ondènee solicited. N charge for advice. No
re«- charged unleua paient la allowed, lb-ieren „
Lewla JuUmsoii A Cx*., Baukers and lfostmaoter,
VJjwhlugtou, D. C. Pamphlet of i^stnictt'ns
PATEN t S
_,F. A. 1 eUioann» Hoi lv I tor of Auu-rie
Foreign Patente, w ashing tbii, D. <%, All bi I
couiuseU mI with Patents, whethen bei
or tlie ^(»iirtH, prompt
IA. No harg mit«)« adle«» a patent
Hen«l tor clrnilar.
I !
»•id
tteii'i
,_ec red,
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AGENTS Attention.
\fKtKOB ALARM CLdÛK , \
i'I nous Composttlon Face. Tl
tlnetlv at nlaht. NOTHIN««
KAI'IId.V «SUO a month «aatly
«2.M foj»ruule or (Mwnt «tamp for!
k HtJHHIK.Oenor^l
th l.uifti
e ««en dl«
ad a, I Henrt
full panic
I Agents,
ary. »tonn
-r— L.-'-LiiWx u.- ...«i 4-/V)i
PEN >I( ) V S f or ? ound i'dlHeiise or «.ther
I «M MA ° -Widow«, minor
cbtldrsn ami depemlupt parants entitled when
death ye suited. Claim« reopened, k-estoration.
Inoreases, bounty, hack pay and «II «chargordil!
J»"««, delay 'prejudices your
■t & 1 !!' A«ul re««, with
stamp the old estahlinhed ffrita of EDH'»IN St
V.V »Attorneys and Claim Agent«, 017 F. Hft.^
Washington, 1». c. *• j y | 7
So
Mri
C<
PUKE
INDIA
TEAS!
"Vlicy riontath no
N«»« b. Hiiua-s
A»»eulutely pn'o
Mattt?r a u£i < ni l> ih. < .
for n
'I eas.
spurious
. .. /- .. ' Coloring
»ixiiiK with WnUMr r>> «i l ((} > ' ( iSp. 1 ?'ViiinS
...n.r^ViSir.'a-^iatiW hä!
limier tit Mip« r\LI«,n of Fon-IgnArs,, upou the
ill ohl a 11 it «»vyrt aop-UlKfio, meUuùl». the eat te .
liianlpnlHt«-*» by ujaclilnery, giving imiröfftilty '
«»I apiMitrau* «: thr«»ugb«.ti entire pluck ngs.
lbey.reURi their valuu«.le aualltles Cr
nsual length of time. JOHN n. l'lULLK ti A
CD r 13») Water street. New YoYk. Agents of the
ValtilUtt T«| HyuiRvate.
WiW :?2 m
mda nRrii».«
- -«odahtenai«
i
^s&rrSitilk, "ncJTSS
îNsro:
TO ALL
lypbàj
H
'
* -,
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
J A. ÇONNKR,
K-llahie Harness an-l Trunk. Miuiufacturer
remove«! to his new 8\ortC
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
• ' b **' biÏMlM .horo»f
ags ioin »t r°APonablt-price« l*Tou'ptattention
D • *« rer* ring trunks an«1 traveling bag*.
ol
turn
ipj
Bi
Philadelphia and in bernu-dhu*#!
10.80. a.
Phi lade Ipr
9.00,0.80,
fl.6% 7.2«
New York—2.uu, 2.2% «.8u. «.40, 9.6%
LM, 2.8% fctiV, fl.3% 7.Ä.»».
^, T . ^ d intermediate »ratio,is -1.04
o.i7a. in. 5,00 p, tirr ■ — —
Baltimore ami Bay Line -«.»' p. m.
Baltimore Bid»fVMfelngtou- i.fti 4.61.
a. m. l.O*. *1.00, 5.IW, a. 57. iL04p. m.
Baltimore onlv—' OS, ». ni. »2.27 and fl.ocp.in.
Train. Mr .
I mediate st.AUnu»-au.|l) n .
1.0% «.3> h. -H.
Oelnpir an t lut«rmetltM« ata«y».s
l ot low» lui
Utlon« -«.40,7. «A,.
I . S. HO, 4.00, 7.80. s.8% p. B».
hia Cxpr*»>-<nto, 2.2% «.so. 7.no, s.i.
9.8% 10.&, ! 1.5». a.rn. It. 1%7.84,6.17, 8.MS
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p.
«
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New OsFt
HarrlmrU
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ExpresH for ltelinar, 4.'N* p.111.
itfNllAV CHAINA.
nterrrMptte nation rf-s.iua.il..
B ' ' î.w*. »>. AAV
Philadelphia
1100 in. k %
hia an
.ap.
>t%v art WashlDrton-i.«, 4.§i. «.(B. 9.17,
For iurtiH i liifuffnatlOA ugei
ferrwd to the time utble.» poBteri «t tnfc «1
40rT r»inB ui«rkc«i tun»; (*» am M>ul
■ »
MB
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I>ALTlMORE A PHll.A. KLPHlA R. K
I) IhtMill or HDUiUi. '
gfl«r J U NE 1st, 1»W, tralub
upou which
e. I» charged.
u ■
will sua.«»
"Leave W Umlüften 7.0% lO.*», a. m: ft.*» p. in.
Arrivant Laudenberg, B.ftO a. ill ; 12.(8» noon.
8.80 p. in. .p M
mnlayH, leave Wlltnlngtri , in 80 a.
s.on p at. ,
Arrive atJ-andcnodi. . ll.ai a. ui. 7.10»». in.
Leave Ladder.twig 8.(0». m; 12.Au »». uii
''fâ&U&nTÈlÈf/' r ■ -
un and
follow«:
In., and
»V'iiü'
1
off and Arm .rnv*
M Am LINE.
niAIN» I.KAVH t»»U*Al> STULKTJ' «INTJIIÜ.
'Dally. lltHlky. eafept tinnduy.
"New Fork and .'hleago Limited'* ol
i )
Pullman I'aUi «• ear». v .. ..*l| ma.-ui
Faftt Line, riiisliorg and On W« »9 .fll.uha. ta
*fn lÄprew». .v.T.). J -* f . uf» p. m
•11.20 g. tu
l»a«-llle Kxpre
iftbiirg elsp
Nlavara hxpr. s». M»fiJ*il4À*d ?
Watkins Exureaa...III.
ICrie Mall ainl. Buffalo K.gpreaa, dally [
espent oiturduy. 1 1.2» p. in
JUne Êx pres» . S fr A> a* th
Lock liaven Exprès» .(ll.Utia
Mar tin »burg Express.11.80 and ÏI.O^MU«
Chainbershtfrg an«l Hftger»t<»wn VhiireM pLA
4P and 11. U6». m^ dftjly, 11.20 p, m. FqrCUam
EXhSudStJ' 'tallxoiiÿ « v«*/ I
week «lay at 7.41» a. in., and New Or- 1 1
leans Express, via I.uia> aud IJbatta- j
nooga, daily a 1 . ift.Rïp. W
liarrisbii'K Accounuo«latlod. t Lilp. iti
York an<l Ila)i8\Cr E.\||ra#a. ...» .17.40 a. it.
York. Ua* over and Krcleri« k F.)f
r«.lumhi* nn*l York Atte.on.iii«
W
Via. in
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be
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Ni
l»ai keaburr Irala.,...4 -tip. ■».
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12.4% 1.4% 2. »4, 2,4L 2-1% 8.4% 4.1% 4.4%
6.4% 6.4«\ 6.1% 6.4% 7. »fi. 9.1% lo.liO :ii«l li.ao-a.
i. On Suudny, 7.80. rf.fto, b.aoand 11.46 a.
2.4% 3. '% 5.1% 8.15 ah« I 10. IS p. m. !
Bryn Mawr Train», s. Pi, fe.4% 7.1%. 7.4»
1.1% 6.4% »o:»% 11.45 a. m.. Is.46. Ii4% 8.1%
2-' % 8-1% 2-4% 4.*% 4.44, 4.4% ft.4% %l%j6.16 6.4.»,
7.4% 9.16. 10.80 an« I 11.80 p. m. On Sunday, 7.*».
0.80, ILsfta. m.,1, 2.4%. 3.4% 6. i% a. 18 and
•to p.m.,
, z.1%,
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(R est ClSftter Express. 7.40 a.
:oiuiiiodailoii, 6. 0,
6.1% 6.46. 6.46, 7.4% 11.80 p. in. O
in., 5.16. 7.25 p. in., «laJly,
except Monda} . «
purl, 7.60 a. ui., «tally, except
From Buffalo and Nlagam Falls, 7.60
except MOrtda?. From 1, ^1 lint en,- % 16 p. in.,
dally except Sunday. From Wat kin«, Elmira
and William upon, 7.26 p. m., dally, exyepw^un*
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11.46
arpl 7.60 a.
l_.
Erie and
''" r ' NEW YOKE DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET' STATION
FDR NEW YORK. y
Express on » eck-days, 8.1% 8.fcu
4. 6 -xcept Monday, 6.8% 7.8%
«1 11 a. in. (Limite«! Exprebs, l.fto,
6,20 p. in.) L A 4, ft. %«.ft%7,46, ft «ud f i) p. m.,
and U.omlgitl 08 Sunaava, a.j6. 8.20, a.4%
8.80a. ni., 4, (LlmltfNt Hx|A«-sb. 6.»0>6.8U,
d ft. 2») p. in, ami 12.01 night.
For Brooklyn, N. Y., a'l through tftalng
at .Jersey dty with bonis ot '«Brooklyn
Annex, " affording direct transfer to Fulton
et, avoliUiig «loiible ferriage aud Journey
aeroM Now Tork oily.
Express forgea Dirt, Spring I.*ke,Ocean Beach,
Ocean Grove, Aanury Furl and Long Branch,
i 2.4% a.00, a.lo.
IV %
7.4%
aau 11.1«) »
s.
4.00 p.
, week days.
FlfOM KENSINGTON
R0HK1»
Expretui for New York, 6.5.^
week-days.
FROM MARKET »TICKET WHARF.
Exprenriti ¥wvk, via i auiden anf Trenftou,
week «lais.
for Ocean lirove mut Long Branch, Ac ,
'a UiVer a». I Jlerkdley. 7.:g a« iu., 4 p.
KxprcbH for 'Hiver and 4nfterine«1iate
bUtloiift, 7.30a. ui, an«» 6.'*" ** ~
Tuckerc«»il, 7.JUa. 111.
STATION hONTANl)
vniEEib. '
«I 8.40 a.
a. ui., and 4.80 p.
p.
•i 4.1X1 p. 111.
BELVIDEHE DIVISION)
l j f Rj)Af H4«>A 1» MT'KEE 1' STATION.
lfsliyai-'«QP$ft l$m«lftg — Exprt-ah for Lambertvllle,
bSsCou. iTclaWureWater Gap, Bcraiilon, Bing
, ft.OOtt. ill., 12.01 kiul tt.OO p.
<1 Mater L^p only, f.OV
For l.»mt,H,tvllleJau. n s , '
Fur FlKuKfctuu. XlK, ». ,d It.ul «ii4 (.«In. ni.
Traliibarrive<iu»f^,«hiceptHuriilay—Fr»ui iUwUm,
9.50 a. in. ; 3.50, #.46 ami V 55 p. in.
ham ton an»l
in. For Scran ton
50, #.46
FROM KEMslNGTHiN STATION., Fl«)NT '
AND NORRIS STREETS.j
- Express for Laftiberi ville,
' * if Gau, S lautoii, Bing- ;
40 a. in., 12.0L 6.
r Gup only, 3.36
Dssily. ex«ept Hurnlgy
J'.asU)ii,0»« law^r^M
7.40 a.
TI?
For Se
For ».umDefitVilli, 2.10 p. iu.'
»r Fleinington, 7.40a. in.; »'.
:»r tic
36 p. ui.
7.40 a. ui. ; »2.01 au«l IftO p. m.
kUs can be |ia«l *l 13ro
«v« Cbeatuut ftireel, knri
U-evt SftHtiou. J 11 V /■ H ! ;
The Unlou Tranftrtr t Sm pan y Wni «all for aud
i-laeck i.ftggau*: from liotela amf rtal.hA. es. Time
citrifd ami I if M 1 n form atkiu-cau b% ««btiff ned
«tulloiiM and
Sl«a-|.iiig-e
|,u»g
« alu«» s
d
H
Llit lollowln
umirftfeet,
a«l All« f (iiMmuft,
Mr'
T1CKKT OFFICES: 4 Ho. 11« Market atr
N o. 4 CUel Um ave.
ermant'n,
< aoidcii.
IN
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA RÖUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK— HT EEL RaTiLH.
[ $1M4CNIHDH( ENKRY.MAGNIIfKJENT
MlliftHAT, NOEAiEKN CENTRAL
MAY.
TAMNUlorftCr MAY 1L 18»B.—
• 'rrwluftteiivi- BalUinor«- city Ume, »4 follow« :
Mall Train, «tally except Huiufav, f«W
the N«»riU ami M eal.7.80 a. m.
Chicago and Limited Express, «lally
î; S:
Hu inlay.
: W«'»tern ®*pr*aa,i daily ..
Mall Express, Meat, «lally
rncsscsi

I
t
Ra.l
h
. 4.30 p.m.
ft.45 p. ui.
..11.15
,!'A
a
y only, 9.80
ll.30 a. ra.,
Jn HundaY,
m.,* 3'and 5.30
C< a* keys ville Accomimxlatlon, 9.80, ]
2.80, 6.00, 8.00, and 11.30 p. m. 4
loa.
p. ni.
F«»r tickets
cÄ&m Söffi sf »
and Calvert streets, anil at Ui
ft.
lllnU
HtatSon.
Her Baltimore an«l Calvert streets. T -P A "
BALTIMOSC ii, TOTOM^C rIh.ROAD.
FROM «'A^VKHTsTaTIoW.' /( .
- TAKIN«. ICJfïKCT JUNE l-.i loBS.' '
For Wai-lilUKt.m, 7 .. m. a. 16 and U.S6 p. in.
For Pope's ( r.*ek Line, 7.00 a. m. and VJp p. iu.,«.
.
'
H ^T vla .^
theBoulh via Virginia Midland IKillruM. st
20 a.ft)., dally, anti ft.6ftp.ui., except Hundav.
••t£p. 111 •• Sunday oaly. |
,lfc y. M'ednes.l av and Frfitay at ILffl a »- ,1/1 /
1BOM D11U19 V1ATIDH.
i "ti pu&-.
V*. ii-«v «.i
r «l.llmi'.'l »( 4, ai a. dally, 9.05
p^m., eicept Hiind»,. 7.i> p. m., op Hond.y
ïKffisi 'i
p. m., dally, «xceptou oonday. ,
FH0M l'EN NHY'LV AN1A-A V'EN ITH HT AT ION
For Washington, «.56, tfo. ♦'», 9.66 knd »iJflft Av
^♦i j»^ 7.26 md .«.lb p. u». Du Huu«lay'
at8.66, 7.60, Koo »ad 11.« o m ., 6.16 aud
For Annapolis,
6.16p. ui., dally.
LEAVE W AH Ilf NGTUN FOR B .VLTIM« :g|i * ' >
9.» 10.39». UK ( a j i, J,«y U.80 »(ul 19.71 p
CHAHLBU K. PUBH,- ïSfc A " 1
7. JO a. m., «Iftfiy Humlay:
ti » M l ,
* ,n I'lh Kh
W 1 yUMi TON x ^ u
i* tukuvu. h K
Tiitt« Table to un im. «
&
> Ä1,
*KT It.
I
Stations.
I
" "*»yi
"'•V;:
M 11 III I ' IT ,
p. a H st I
Dupout,.
• FordJ.
ixxtii,
Waines.J.
'fit; T*t*tr-r rs 7 *
"«ly.1
•P
•l-.j
71
-
* l
H
Î*
"" 1».
«"»'•I
Harwick, it,
HprlntrUrMO ».
Bu ahoru. 7 87
V.
91 X
I
KTirtr«;"
", - Fi
OOlNli W ,flH
l»aü\
Stuf lfm».
s »n4J
dav.
Heading lain a 11,
m. i ■ s
r -t»« »I < • ,1
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>:f» in
7 (
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'Vi
ick.. .
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F.ir.i j. ft fa 7 V)
WJlfllt. StFiMl7
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921
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H. D
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u.-,;
h. ».
KP,
y - ^VhoWf^Aw. «ctur I Hiii.t
( W»PM t AND AT ANTIC H R "
TIN Ari'Elt .It'S
TIM INN WILL
••h. F
M
F. *, la»,
" POI.Lo*
'.TV :
I.KAVK
Jj'OK 'Tl.ANTI,
Ftom vn>* Str-vt 1 K
0 in., s.is J.«,.
-*»ï <M,C,. 2.(0 p. i„. (
r
.1
Hha. kainaxt
we«w <UyM,9.a»
8ii|iinluv «.
H.a»**. tn.
kcc«miui* -dation Train will 1,,
o. ( w«*r#ikay»«fl8;U)M." l
JJji»rt«>r ran« attach« j't..
Cyar»h>a t/aln w| 1 1 *
dally .t ft.80a. m.
LOCAL THAI NH FK«M
Kor HaAriuhtHM from ,
Br et Fcrrh-S. 7.iv», s. d.
4,00. fl.oo. 6.a, ;....
RiSia,"' »». .
Fr «ïlJÂ v .
»o"7ut£^rî,!ï,'
ley 8.00 a. II».. 12.0
i * HiindiEV», h.im h.
Mark* 1
For iiamiiiontuu.froiii Vli
ferrie«, W.T» a. m., 4.311.
dH ya, 8. •««. m , 4.»»
fr<»rt,; »tmi Mark.*, .
«SÄ
.. dlato utwt!
HI 1
Fi
-v-aN.veL,
:
tile :«'iotc y
i* H 11. a l>F.L|»H
V ; in*
and u m I
la Kail
7.30 a.
'I Hatton, fi,
„5J. ko«indu,
. m., «.a
>»m»k««n i
; (* • 1.1
»•ft.
Vh
F<*
ft

l>. m
ftMtunkn
«JUI lop. IU.
It. I lolly »nd Inti
.a»,
», I
font ««f Mar

Wort,' V-iim'snl*
Äv.
«.an p
I"
For • llllauiMtnwn. fr .inY
Muperinieipiaut. *
j^ALTIMORE AND OHIO RA
INIB MuliKl, »*»!■
1 1 1
. ■
•' I*.
•INE AM» THF
LINK BETWEEN
THE EAST AND THE WEST, VU WAS
- TON.
DOUBLE Track :
JANNV COl'FI
STEEL KAILS I
HCHFIM'LF TO TAKE EFFECT
.SUNDAY, NOV. 12, ivd.
-JsRaIECA MlJft.N ST HE ET 8TATI0
A.-JflkttAhmgé, -Clttelnnai i, ftt. l.ooli Fi
B. A O. I'alure Sleeping (
ft. 00
t'ln«'li
* .. .uiu»tl, at. lamia aidI Cuicuo
and ^a) »UtlSu,
Slant Mo ) l,) k ><4»» »b<
Elltcott(*Vtv
Washington
1jM> tWaebitigbni Expre
7.16 ANN A PUL IS. et a I
IN üà'UN EX. an
u wsiïsat
«jair"' 1,rv, " n
l" , frk«.e»«M'IN- IX.NATLO.
diA?Ü , j n 1: ion an " «»eeirnt»
eHM«(i»ii, »iiiicmcAKOiiiiir
«*»1(11,1«,. I Hl. liiiion.l „„I m, tat
Ouantlco). nlei-iitiiv cars, Halttmorv
clnnatl, l.oulftvilli aud Chicago Jg
Parlor Cars, Cole
ttffss»
ft. 10 ♦ Washlngpiji
5 :
station
N'TON AND
«1 eUliuii»
irg, W i u ehester, J
nu«l »utkai
i day lu EillooM
•m. (i
(irailun U> Ind
:pt Saturday,
«I way
ID ou Suudayk,
WA8HINUTUN
PRKBS.
10.80
ANO UUI
F. M.
12.16 M'aftlilnvlon. Ai>«i»p-n- au«l «*»).
1.80 foil 8uu«lay oui), fui Wadila»
$S.
'tty
«I way stations.
•1 Wav M nions.
, eic« |it SutiibTI.
11.18.6
2.60
I M ibTilngloD »11.1
moil«», (/iiaiitlco,
ne« t at Wa.sl.lngi«
Monday, W edm-.nlay
PotouiM«' Hleain!.«.ai v-o. «*.. . «<»—11
day ami riaiur lio for (H«l I'oinl 0
Norfolk, A« - .
4.08 M'AFHINOTON KXPRKftO. 8»
leftKup'8 Aunaiiolls Juucll«»n, DU
H
H yattavill«-.
4.20 Wlnclienter, Hagerstown, KrstderV
3.00 t&AURig
tTfedertfl
1 ««!■
, Auaapoll»
ft. 20
k lilld
6.20 Martlna'turg am
Htatlo
id IH
«•jilug rar» lo 111
8.46 tCHK A(.( », ( I( INN M 1. 8TJ
WABHIN(.V(i,S ASD ("tom
fl.KSS. II. *(). I'((IHC( SlTOpIn,!
■CSncHinMlI, M. lj«niiM»ii«lnilrsM
• i til, via Vh. M 1.IISI
y, fur Ml. Airy au«l
Kid

i.
.
id Hie
n.iay e
ry»6«l way
ngton aud v
o
9. »6 ton Su
11.15 MX. Ai
11.3b M ash I
Leave for Me
Uockvlll

1 2.50
«»•lay
pi A.
LEAVE WAMN 'GToN FuUBALT
ftArfl, 18,30,6.50, t7.4% ».10, tï.OU, W.»
12.10, »1.2% 2.20, t2.35. »3. 00, ft.M •*•»« '*■
♦7(0% 7.8(k t9.40 an«» 11.»* I».
♦ Dally, »suii'lay oii.y.
litter tninij
ex«;euft ouuduy.
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ranspurutlun.
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< . 1
h
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of Vir|
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TI'RES (nine
,1 co«l 12th
9 tu«ie
HUMMER LAM' L
begin 12th .July, l«^.
ljav«f ^rf*Ve«l wf rig» I '
deslg
Law Hchooir-M, •<> tlw
ratet y ; an«1 3d, to priwttth^,
. —ist.
studies at tl* 1 '
who propos 10
r, wh«» h ,¥
Ill'll''-' ;l
the advantage «*f -• lfrn rV».
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