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W I I.M1NUTON, THURSDAY, AUG. 30.
Tit* Speakership Content.
The contest for the Speakerrhlp of the
next Houae of Repreaentatlvea la becoming
very interesting, and new complications are
daily arising, which but leave the probable
result In atlll deeper donbt.
Mr. Blackburn, of Kentucky, who wa*
mentioned ae a candidate who would seri
ously Impair the chances of Mr. Carlisle, of
the same State, by dividing the votes of
the Southern representatives, bas withdrawn
entirely from the contest, and will enter the
lists for the Kentucky Senatorship, next
winter. This action, of course, will mate
rial ly strengthen the prospecte of Mr. Car
lisle, and make the fight between him and
Mr. Kaudall Intensely exciting, with Sunset
Cox, of New York, dancing around the
"ragned edges" of the conflict, seeking to*
discover an entrance through which he can
force his diminutive figure and waggish
tongue into the Speaker's chair.
Cox, by the way, is going to develops
more strength than was at first supposed,
and an effort Is being made to hold the en
tire delegation of New York State to hlssup
The New York World comes out
port.
squarely or tbi«, and urge« his claims to
the sympathy and support of hie colleagues
in the following terms:
Whatever may lie the result of the con
test, Mr. Cox io entitled to the support of
the New York delegation. The Democratic
Representative« ot the State ought to vote
unanimously tu hl« favor.
They owe this to the State they represent.
The Speakership is a powerful and influen
tial office. It would be only a fitting tribute
if the position should be accorded to the
first State of the Uniou in population,
terprise, industry, commerce and intelli
gence. While Mr. Cox is a candidate the
New York vote« should be cast for him, in
justice to the great State he represent«.
But Mr. Cox is also entitled to the sup
port of the Democratic. Congressmen from
tills State on his owu merits. He has had
large experience in legislative business. He
has been in Congress during an era oi un
precedent corruption and no breath oi sus
picion attaches to his good name. He is
honest man; he is
scholarly man.
able man; be is a
every point of view it is fitting that
bib State should give him it* entire Demo
cratic Congressional vote.
This support , of course, if given to Mr.
Cox, will impart to his canvass a backing
that will at least make him a candidate
Fr
possessing the balance of power and able to
dictate terms with his competitors aud de
cide the battle between them.
Under this condition of affairs the
Speakership contest is in a state of delight
ful uncertainty, but we are strongly of the
opinion that Mr. Randall will prove the
winning
Not having had any
plratieai vefts«l8 off 1rs coast, this BUtnRier,
as special attractions for visitors, Atlantic
City was treated, yesterday, to a tremendous
surf, that washed away the board walk and
swept many bath houses out to sea. No
doubt hundreds of people will flock to At
lantic City to-day to witness the devastating
work of the angry waters.
As there U sufficient telegraph business
in this countiy to support two companies
like the Western Union, there is no doubt
the proposition to establish a rival line will
soon be successfully enforced.
serpents or
Bad lcck attended the home club,yester
day, in its contest with the Harrisburg trail
players, but perhaps they
selves when they face their Reading rivals,
this afternoon.
retrieve the
LITERART NOTES.
"The New Era
—The series of papers
in American Architecture," announced last
preparation for The Century , has
year
beet largely increased in value by many il
lustrations of recent architectural work, aud
will appear in the coming volume of that
magazine. It Is announced that, these pap
ers will present drawings and popular de
scriptions of public buildings, churches,
commercial buildings, city and country
houses, the aim being to include the best
work of American architects.
—The scene of Mr. George W. Cable's
novel, "Dr. Sevier," is laid in New
Orleans, the time being the eve of the late
Civil war, a glimpse of the beginning of
which is Bald to be given in the closing
Besides the Creole types, of
chapters.
which Mr. Cable is known as the originator
in fletior, this story is said to present a va
riety of characters of different nationality,
drawn with Mr. Cable's well known insight
and sense ot humor. The uovel will be
important, feature of the n
volume of The
Century, the first cuapteie. appearing in the
November number.
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOOD - *.
Straw bridge «& Clothier,
Dry Goods Exclusively,
Dea lers
Eighth and Market Streets
Philadelphia.
Vt by Suiter with Malaria?
Emory's Standard Cure Pills are infallible,
never fail to cure the most obstinate cases;
quinine, mer
purely vegetable, contain
cury or poisons of any kind; pleasant to
take, sugar-coated. All druggists—25 and
50 cents.
Dr. SiiuntK' Pain Searcher, the perfection
of pain medicines, pcompt, quick, sure.
Immediate in relieving cramps, piius,
cholera morbus, neuralgia, rheumatism, etc
Depot, Fourth and King streets. Sold by
druggists.
Many Times
you want to preserve meat
days. Lay it in a solution of Rex Magnus
over night aud you
You can also keep milk a week
stirring iu a little of the "Snow Flake"
bland.
fish for Rêverai
keep it for weeks.
more b>
THE LIME K1I.N CMJB PIONIO.
Brother GardnerIHeelple. Have a BUarl
on Outing.
[Detroit Free Pro«. 3
At 9 o'clock there w»e A eatherin« at
P»r»tllwi Ball of »1! who Intended to attend
the picnic, Including
weighed over 200 pounds each, and, pre
ceded bv the Glee Club hand, the procession
inarched to the foot of Hi pelle street and,
embarked on a barge to lie towed to Fight
ing Islaud. During the embarkation Major
Swipes, Elder Drawbar and Proleesor Jack
son leU Into the river, to be rescued In a
limp and wet condition, and on the way
down to the island two members iad their
pockets picked of 30 ceuts each. Pickels
Smith lost a 75 cent diamond, aud a mem
ber irom Ohio was hit in the eye with a eo
coanut and rendered insensible tor 17 min
utes,
success,
seen a
to
a
so
of
it,
Ally ladies who
No
The trip was, however, voted a great
Many of the delegatee had never
sand-barge before, and a resolution
to the effect that they hereafter travel by
that port of conveyance received ISO vote«.
The games which preceded the banquet
rganUt-d by a «pedal committee, aud
each and all were witnessed with great in
terest. The lollowing Is a report of the
more important games:
Running race, 200 yards aud turn a hand
spring. There were seven starters, but the
was easily won by Elder. Occidental
Johnson, of Tenue**«e*. The prize was a 30
cent mouth organ with a three-inch stroke.
Running jump, ten contestants, prize ol
an egg-beater worth 25 ceule,won by Uuucle
James Green, ol North Caroliua. The suc
cessful man covered 11 leet ol ground and
carried his heel« with him.
I Boxing match, «even entries and five men
knocked into the middle oi last week. The
prize, a new pair ot stoga boot«, was won by
Giveadam Joues with one eye «but halt the
time.
' Taking a chicken off the roost with the
least disturbance, 280 entries, prize of a red
wheelbarrow, won by Professor Striugharn,
of Canada. The professor removed the fowl
with a delicacy Ql touch that constitute«
him the champion of the world, and 79 dif
ferent persons at once offered him a dollar
apiece to teauh them the trick. Look out
for chicken removals lids fail.
Eating match, 22 entries, prize of six
joints of stove pipe, wou by Samuel Shin.
Nothing but cucumber pickles were eaten,
aud Samuel got away with 34 before his Jaw
quit working. The highest number reached
by any other contestant w-^s 28.
Swimming match, IU entries, prize of a
nickel-plated fish pole, won by Trustee
Davis, of Texas. Seven of the contestants
stopped to rest on the bottom ot the river,
and were picked up by skiffB, aud another
swallowed so much water that it took 35
minutes to bail him out.
The d nner was a recherche affair,
bills of fare were printed iu red ink
brown paper ami folded in shape of « heart,
while most of the dishes were of bright tin
and loaded down to the guards. The prin
cipal attractions were baked beaus, cucum
ber pickles, boiled potatoes and b&kor'o
bread, with several side issues in the shape
of mustard, pepper and salt. No restrictions
were placed upon any one's appetite. Elder
■Penstock passed his plate seven times for
beau6, and Judge Cadaver ate 22 potatoes
without remark.
to*
to
of
A RAILWAY SUCCESS
nd HuiTt*lo
of the HuUhod
York,
Railway, via Went. Sh«
River—lta Important Connection».
W eat Shore
TheN<
The new railway between New York, Al
baoy aud Saratoga, popularly called tin?
"West Shore Route," on account of its
traversing the west shore of the Hudson, is
already a decided popular success,
line has been In operation about a month,
and an addition to its heavy rain service i»
already demanded to meet the requirements
of its local and through passenger traffle,
w hielt has steadily increased Iront the date
the road was thrown open for business. The
natural advantages possessed by the West
Snore Route enables it to control the bulk
of the rapidly-increasing travel to and Irom
the Catskills, a delightful mountain region
almost at the. very doors of New Yorkers.
For fully BO years the Catekill mountains
have been the resort of the wealthy few who
could «fford and were willing to pay for
long stage rides for the benefit of the invig
orating air. unsurpasf-ed views and relief
from malaria, it ty asthma, etc. Within the
past few years several railroads have been
built through the mountains, rendering the
magnificent hotels and hundreds of board
ing houses (which anticipated the improved
facilities) more easily accessible from New
York on the south and Albany on the north.
These mountain roads are now connected
wPh the West Shore Route, reducing the
rates, time, changes and annoyances, to the
great benefit of the region and its frequent
ers. Another advantage enjoyed by the
road is its union station facilities with the
Pennsylvania railroad in Jersey City, New
York and Brooklyn, and with the Delaware
and Hudson Canal Company's railroad in
Albary. The feature that has contributed
greatly to the immediate popularity of the
West Shore road is its elegant passenger
•h handsomer and
This
, which are
much more comfortable than
mu ary pas
other roads as the magulfl
nniug on
«enger c
cent Pullman Parlor e
the West Shore route between Waahin ton,
L ng Brauch, New York, Albany and Sara
toga, are superiors to any parlor cars here
tofore run iu New York State. The exemp
tion from smoke and cinders by the use oi
hard coal-burning engines, such
clusively in a rvice
a'so a great relief to pass» ngera, and adds
immeahurahly to comfort and pleasure in
traveling The West Shore is a double-track
Une and all ith appointment«
Construction work
of the mail 1* progressing favorably. It is
definitely decided to open the «iouhle track
between Albany and Syracuse in September
next, ami the features which itave pouulai
ized the H udhon River Division should eu
sure the West Shore route a cordial welc
and htoady patronage through the Valley o
the Mohawk.
are i i
the West Shore, is
first-class,
the Buffalo extension
Era
has
il
aud
that
de
H. a First I>ay at Saratoga.
a new idea to him. It. was
so jolly to go from spring to spring and take
a drink of water of each. No two of the
6pring% tasted alike. There are about 40
springs at Saratoga. After lasting nearly
half of these, he began to have a queer feel
ing inside him. Alter spending most of tin*
day in till« wav, he w r ent to bed. It seemed
if all the water works of the lower réglons
were raising a riot within him. After sev
eral hours of agony, he thought of Perky
Davis' Pain Killer. It gave him relief
aud comfort, and charmed him to sleep.
Saratoga
late
of
of
va
The
the
wanted iu this town for
eure to sell, live druggists and grocers pre
ferred. Address Huniiston Fool Préserva
tlve Co., 72 Kilhv sd.reet. Boston
article that in
Purity.
A liquid disinfectant, quart bottles, only
25 rents. Dan forth, druggist, corner Second
and Market streets.
Fortunate Chance of a Lieut .Chance U.8.A
Lt JoBiah Chnnce of the 17th Regiment In
fantry U. S. Ariuy, at the 'dose of the late war,
having served entirely thjough it.
missioned in the regular .service. Eleven years
ago h«* was stationed at Bismarck, and here he
Under his superintendence
Camp Hancock w.is built, and the present Fort
Lincoln He shook hands with the gallant
Custer when he left to march to death, and
of the first, tears to fall over his sad fate fell
from Lieut Chance At present he is at. Li
coin.
esteem than he. He drew «30,000 in the July
drawing ofThe Louisiana State Lottery,
cost of 92. Every Bismarcicer knows him, and
pression 1 "Good !
better man "
■r si
DU
at the fort Is held in better
off!«*
the Tribune heard but
lt couldn't have fallen to a
says he will invest it in Dakota dirt and will
remain In the service Through the Bismarck
Nu t Bank lie drew on New Orleans for his
* 0,ooo Lieut Chance held two-fifths of tioket
No 37,34« Th tickut drew the capital prize
yi *76 oo*J. lu nuire k (Dakota) lYlbune, July 11.
L
JO an WAWAMAKM&A
"Children didn't have such
things when 1 went to school!"
, truly, maybe you trudged
to school with your shoes in
your hand. Aren't, you glad
your children can go in so
much better shape next Mon
day morning ? "JKxtra vagan tt"
Not a bit of it. See how nicely
a few dollars will fix them up,
so that you can't pick out the
rich man's children in a bevy
of them ! Yes, we've contr ved
these children's luxuries that
make the school room a sun
shiny place, and your glad of
it, though you talk of economy
on general principles and it
does your heart good to see the
children of rich and poor meet
together in our public schools.
JOHN WAN AM AKER
No
meï6 trifle.
Market street, c
Shoes we'll fit on them,
either with heels or the spring
heels,so they'll not trip in run
ning. as boys will do and girls
ought to; shoes brimful ol wear
in them. They are in all styles
and in French Curacoa or
Straight and Pebble Goat.
$1.75 to $4.
Market street front, west side.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Boys*" rushed Hats 'should
be exchanged for something
new and serviceable after a
summer's roughing. Such a
er Thirteenth.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
We trust you won't look on
a boy's well kept suit and
glance up with a sigh to a pale
face ' Hope the "Little
Mother" wriles: 'Tom's clothes
are worn out and he's brown
as a nut."
Market street eut ranee,
ill of main aisle.
JO* N WANAMAKER.
The girls have"run through"
their stock of school dresses
n their vacation romps. Can't
well get your money's worth
without it. If its ' Frocks or
Frolic," one must go, you see.
You can fit just the school
dress you prefer, to either one
of the girl s (if you're so for
tunate ) and about as little ex
pense as the stuff would cost
you.
Chestnut street, 1301, through archway, on left,
JOHN W ANAMAKER.
There'll be
no handker
chiefs left free from rents or
berry stains, but thone that are
too good for school. We've a
large lot just opened—first fall
arrival—prettily bordered and
very low priced.
Chestnut street entrance, on left.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Very neat and durable
Lunch-Baskets,ham jfer shaped,
jfer shaped,
covered fastenings, 25c.to 45c.
Lower floor, north of centre stairway.
JOHN WAN MAKER.
In our Jewelry Department
there is a remnant of a large
lot of Silver Bangles that will
be closed out at 75c. and $1.
which is about a third off irom
regular sales,
charms' are put on at a low
price.
Also some excellent chate
laines that are good timekeep
Dim's and
!
ers, $7 up.
.1 u ui per street entrance, on l ight.
his
11.
John Wanamaker,
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market streets
aud City-Hall square, Philadelphia.
UAII MUA !> LÉNM1M
pHuj^^FSiAr^ns
L MSNGTON AND M
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
JUNK a. i««.
Train* will leave Wilmington
Pbtladelphlaand Interim Mat* Miatlon»-4L40,7.00,
10.80, a. m. 3.80, 4.00, 7.90, 9.W. p. tn.
Philadelphia («xttreAM-.00, 3.28, 6.30.
9.00,9. Wh 9,66, 10.aa, U.5S. a. ui. 12. 15, 1.14,
«.56, 7.28 p. m.
Ybrk.-a,wi a.fcx «.*,. 6.40, ».56, 11.58 a. m.
•12.1M1.54, Î.30, sTtf, «.3% 7.». p. m.
Baltimore and Intel mediate statte®*-l.o%
9.17 a.
dalUmore aud Bay Line-«-* 7 p- m.
■sttfirWrnflB.-iv.ftÄ"
Baltimore only—1.06, a. m. 12.27 .ml 8.00p.in.
*
follow* for t
V.
7.60, 8.16.
5.17, 8.18,
C.
St.
. 6.00 p.m.
4.17
Trains for Delaware Division leave for»
New Castle—6.00, ». 10 a. iu. 1.06, 8.00, 6.36 p. m.
Harrington and intermediate buttons—*.10 a. ro.
1.06, «.25 p. m.
Deliuar and Intermediate at at lens—«. 10 a. m.
1.1* p. W.
Express for Del mar. 4.00 p.m.
SUN DAI I RAINS.
Philadelphia and intermediate stations—8. 10a. m.
12.00 m. 5.30, 7.30. » 55, p. m.
Philadelphia and New York-2.00, 2.28 a. m. 6.17,
6.36. 7.2b p. in.
Baltimore
a. m. 11.04 p. m.
Baltimore—l.Oi a.
further inlonnatum pasoengMi are
orr«d to the time tables posted at the depot.
Um I ted expr* 3
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agt
('MAS. K. PÜOH. General Manager
Washington l.42. I.U. 8.(A. 9.17,
Pal
$®"Trai
i*l are
charged.
marked thus:
upon which extra fart» is i
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER JUNK *26, 1882,
MAIN LINE.
TRAINS LEAVK BROAD STREET STATION.
•Dally. $ Dully, except Sunday.
"New York and Uhlcago I,lm»U
Pullman l'alaee cars...
Kant Line, IMUsburg »ml the Went
Western Expreitt.
Pacific Exprès* Went ...
Harrisburg Exprès» .
\ mirant Express.
Watkins Express.
tCrio Mall
Kane
Look Haven Exprès* .
Marllusburg Express.
('hamhershurg and Hagerst«
7.40 and 11.06 a. m., daily, 11.20 p.
berwhurg only, 5,40 p. iiu
Shenandoah Valley Railroad every
week «lay at 7.46a. in., a
leans Express, via Luray
uooga, dally at.
Harrinbufg aud York Exp
Mail Train.
liarrlabu-g Accommodation.
ork and Hanover Exnres*.
r and Frederick F.rnrc*
York Accommodation.
•11.20 a.
-ii.
■ m
..* »'»p.
,.•11.20 p.
....* 4.30a.
. ..s 7.40a.
....(11.06 a.
t
Express, dally
Buttai
nt Saturday...
Ex !>»*«* .
. 11.20 p. m
.S 7.40 a. m
.511.06 a. '•*
54.» and 11.06 a. in
S4.3C
Chain
d New Or
«I CUatta
11.20 p.
. S 5.40 p.
.• 7.00 a.
2.14 p.
7.40 a.
11.05 a.
î 44 p.
45 p. t
15, 11.
1
fork, liar.
Columbia and
Parkesburg Train.
nlngtown Accommodât!«
t
D
6 . 10 ,
Sunday, 7.80 «a.
I 10.30 p. m.
d 8.16 p. in.
I.
Paoll Trains, 6.10,
a. m.. 12.46, 1.46, 2.14, 2.4A 3.16. 3.45, 4.16, 4.45,
8.16, 6.45, 6.16, 6.4.% 7.45. ».1% 10.31» and 11.» p.
m. On Sunday, 7.30, H.:#i, ».»and 11.46 a.
2.4% 3.4% 5.16, 8 .16 and
Bryn Ma wr Tram*, 6.10, 6.46, 7.15, 7.46
8.1% 8.4% 10.1% 11.45 a. in., 12.45. 1.46, 2.16,
2.46, 3. J% 3.4 s 4.1% 4.44, 4.4% 6.1% 6.4% 6.15 6.4%
7.46, 9.16. 10.i
» », ».». 11,46 a.
7.1% 8.1%
. U
d 11.45
.. i
. 15 p.
d 11.» p. in.
On Si
„I, 2.4% 3.4% 5.1% %
la
u 7 ^
10.16 p. Ill
West die
•r Ex pu
imodalioii,
6. .0, 11.46 a. in., 2.1%
5.1% 6.45. 6.46, 7.4% 11.30 p. m. On Sunday,7 .;
11.4% a. in.. 1, 5.16 and 10.15 p.
I'ralu* arrive— From Pittsburg, a
tu., %1% P. i"-i !«»»>.
L-xeept Monday. r
rl, 7.60 a.
om Hu llalo
From Lock
d 7.50 a
ifi
4.26 a. in.
Erle ami W PI lam»
Monday.
..daily
m., dally, except
id Niagara Fall*, 7.50a.
cept Monday. From Lock Haven, H. 15 p.m.,
laiiv except Sunday. From Watkins, Elmira
d'\N illiaiUNport, 7.26 p. in., dally, except bun
lay.
NEW YOKK DIVISION.
I'KAl N H 1.KAVK HHOAl) STltF.ET STATION
KOK NEW YO UK.
. c.ik-.lays, 3.16,
Express
4. 5 v>
•1 11
U p. m.) I, % 4, % «,«.30.7.4% S
«I 1... oi night. On Sunday*
., 4, (Limited F.xpr
baud 8.2op. m, ami 12
F<>r Brooklyn, N. Y., a* 1 through train* coi
nect at Jersey City with hosts of "Brookly
Annex, " affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double ferriage aud Journey
New York city.
for Sea Girt, Spring Lake, Ocean Beach,
Grove, Astmry Fork and Long Branch,
1 11.30 a. in., and 2.45, 8.00, 8.», 4.00 p.
week »lavs.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Express for New York, fl.55
week-days.
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
3.46
'
•pt Mondax, «.50,
a. iu. ( Limited
7.30, «.20, b.
Express,
d b.20 p.
l.;«»,
3.15, 3.20, 3.4%
. 6.20)8.30, 7.4%
ichl.
Ex pi
! 8.40 a.
Exprettsfor New York, via C'amdc
8.50 a.
Trenton,
1 4.» p.
■k-days.
an Grove and Loiig Branch, Ac
er aud Berkeley. 7.3U a. m., 4 p
Express for Tom's River aud
stations, 7. 31» a. m, and 5.20 p. m.
fuckerton, 7.»a.
Ex
X X
Turn's Rl
Intermediate
I 4.00 p. m.
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM BROAD STREET STATION.
cent Sumlay—Express for Lamhertville,
, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton, Bing
»I Oswego, 8.00a. u»., 12.01 ami 6.00 !
cran ton and Water Gap only, 4.
Dally, e
East«»
hainbJ
I».
F
p. m.
For Lamhertville. 3p. m.
FU mmgtou, S.uu a. m., 12.01 amt 4.00j>. in.
Trains arrive «laity, except Sunday—From Easton,
».50 a. m. ; 3.50, 7.46 and » .66 p. in.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION, FRONT
A N D N ORRIS STREETS.
lay—Express for Lamhertville,
e Water Gat», Scranton. Blug
. 7.4» a. m., 12.01, 5.» p.m.
ater Gap only, 3.35 p. in.
Dally,
Easton, Delav
bamtou
For S«
For L
K«»r Fleming!
Sleeping-!
•O'
1
ber t ville, 2.10p. m.
;t«m, 7.40 a.
ar ticket* e
12.01
tie hail
t*, 838 Chestnut street.
• I 3.» p. ui.
Broad and
«1 Broad
Street (station.
The Union Transfer Company will call for and
e from hotels ami residences. Time
information can be obtained at the
«I at the following
1 N0. 888 Chestnut street,
S. E. cor. Broad and Chestnut,
No. 116 Market street.
No. 4Cheltonave. Germant' n.
No. 824 Feileral St. Camden.
CHARLES E. PUGH, General Manager,
J. K. WOOD, General Passenger Agent.
check ba
station*
or
a
(JREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK-STEEL KAILS.
SPLEN DID SCEN EKY, MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL Ka.L
WAY.
iKING KFFECT MAY 14. 1883.—
Train* 1«
Mail Train, daily
tin- North
Chleag«
West.
Fust Line, daily, W
Harrisburg Passenger
Sunday
Weste
Mall Exprès
Parktowu A
., «tally
* Baltimore city time,
;ept Sumlay, for
follows :
«I West....
d Limited Express, dally
. 7.» a.
..10.45 a.
■ 10.45a. ui.
dally except
. 4.30 n. m.
. 8.45 p. in.
K T
1**8, dully ..
West ilaily.ll.tftp. m
0111 in «»dation, 3.» 5.30 6.30 and 10 00
except Sumlay. Sunday only, tt.i
I».
cl I
iinodatlon, 9.30, 11.» a. in.,
<1 11.» p. m. On Sunday,
it 10 p. m.
ami Gettysburg, 7.» a. m.
For Green spring Branch, S.» a. m., 8 and 5.30
Cockeygvlllu Ac
2.;#), 5.00, 8..™,
».30 a. in., 1.30
For H
P.
all points East, North and W
vert Station, at Northeast corner
«1 Calvert streets,
For tickets
m,
Union
Station.
«1 Calvert streets,
Baggage called for au«l checked at hotels and
resilience* on order* left, at office, northeast
ir Baltimore ami Calvert streets.
m,
Union
Station.
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RAILROAD.
FROM UAjuVEKT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT JUNE 1% 1883. *
For Washington. 7 a. m. 3.16 and 8.56 p. m.
dally, except Sunday, and 4.20. 7.36, 9.46 and
and 11.36 a. m.. ami 6.00 and 7.1Ô p. m., dally.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.UÜ a. in. aud 4,10 p. in.,
dally, except Sunday.
For An nap« dis, 7.00 a. m, dally except Sunday,
and 6.00 p. m., dally.
For Richmond and the South at 4,20 and 9.46 a.
in., dally, and 3.15 p. m , daily exceptSunday.
F«»r the South via Virginia Midland Railroad, at
4.2oa.m., dailv. and8.56p.rn., exceptSunday.
7.10 p. in., Sumlay only.
For i\ ami o. H K., at 8.16
dally, except Sumlay.
For Norfolk via Potomac River steamers, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 11.85 a. m.
FROM UNION STATION.
Id 8.66 p. m.,
For Washington, 4.3U, «.50, 7.06, 7
a. m., 2.65, 8.2% 6.1% 7.20, 9.06 p.
.50, 7.46. 9.50, 11.40 a.
7.45, 9.60, 11.40
m. On Bun
in.• 5.10 and
day, 4.30
7.2D n. in.
or Va. Midland Road, *t4JW
p. m., except Sunday. 7.» \
only.
For C. A O. Road, 6.60a. m.. daily, except Bun
«lay, 2.W ». i„., (limited), 8.26p. in., and 9.06
p. in., daily, except on Sunday.
FROM PENNSYLVANIA-AVENUE STATION
For Washington, 6.56, 7.10. 7.80, 9.66 and 11.46 a.
m.. 3.30, 6.1% 7 25 and 9.lb p. m. On Sunday,
at 6.5% 7.50, 9.o6 and U.46 a. m., 5.16 and 7.»
p. m.
For Annapolis, 7.10 a. m., dally except Sunday;
%15p. m., dally.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOB BALTIMORE
At 6.40, 8.00 9.30 and 10.39 a. m., 1.8% 4.20,
8.», 7.30, 9.50 and 10.20 p. m. On Snndaj
9.30 10.30a. B), , 4.20, «.». 7.80,
*n j. u, WOOD. wen. Agt,
OMAHMB E. PUGH, Rener»! Manager.
a. m., dally, 9.06
p. m..
Sunday
4.40
a
Sk.,
9.60 and
HAlLHOALt LINK*
,
WwÄ* NOR -ffi*Wü
* » —■ n Ja ic N ftc. K. 5HB^K35HBuü-!-^^98CC
Til»«T»tole to irolnto Bffccl .July JM. Ut».
GOINU NOUTII.
D*jly .X'-i'pt
Mtndays
only.
Stations.
Warning*
V. «Bill
. m.p.m.p. m.a.nup.in
106 »02 «16; 7 on. s iu
7 00.
7 20
7 40
Dupont...
C. Tord .1.
1
1 26 o 81' Ü6K 7 *)
l 45 6 02 7 3) 7 40
1 64 « 18' 7 31* 7 4H
2 32 7 00 8 00 * 90
8 02 7 31
Lenap_
Coates ville
8 5«

:
Waynes. J.
St. Veter I
9 08 61H
9 03
-- »«a*
Warwick « lift
Springfield « 62 9 28 1W 3 18 7 48
Blr shorn. 7 37: »54 2 06 8
'"S' I 8,2 1080 3 40 45 *j
M"
12 90
5 28
12 46
»23 5 9«
«06
I
lu ;»> «40
I B

GOING SOUTH.
Dally except
Sunday.
Sundays
Stations.
Heading lam.a.m. a.m.a.m.p.m.p.m.a in. p.tn
R.8. » 6 1M 800; 9 86 3 1M 5 »>• 7 00 8 30
•hero. 6 511 8 36 10 25 8 62 « 06 7 3«
6 191 900,11 14 4 22 6 36 806
1129 I 6 46 8 1»
II 46 6 66 8 80
Bird!
H^rln^fleld
St* Peter's
Waynes.J. «3« 924|
Coates ville 4 46 7 07 9 66'
Lenape .... 5 '7 7 44 10 40
Ç. Kord J. A 88 7 66110 60
Dupont. ..«0218 17 1112
EterTTl
Kor connections at Wilmington, Chadd's Ford
Junction, Lenape, Coates ville, Waynesburg
Junction, Blrdsbor • and Kea lng, se time
hies at all stations. L. A. BftWKR.
s<eu. Pass Agent.
mv26
i 08
t
4 5«
4
I M
8 68 6.K
»8» S0«
»4» 6 17
10 0»
10» 7

is:
•42
J. H. Thompson, General Hupt.
iAI.TIMOKE A PHILADELPHIA K. H.
» change of hoijkn.
d alter JUNK tut, 1888, trains will run
follows:
Leave Wllmln
Arrive at l.an
non 7.06, to. m, a. m
aenburg, 8.» s. m;
; 6.30 p. m.
12.00 noon.
8
«P.m.
t.. and
Hundaya, leave Wilmington, 10.» a.
o»p m.
Arrive at Laudenberg. 11.40 a. in. 7.10 p. m.
Landenberg 6.5Ô a.
Wilmington 8.00 ». n
Lander, berg, 8.00 »
llmlngton. ». io ». iu. 6.40 p. m.
D. CONNELL. Superintendent.
6 .
; 12.» p. in.
Arrive at
Humlaya.)
Arrive W
; 2.1» p.
4.90 p. in.
{JAM DEN
AND ATLANTIC R. R.
ON AND AFTER JUNE SO, 1888,
TRAINS WILL LEAVK AH FOLLOW»:
FOR ATLANTIC CITY:
Fro
». 46 a.
•lay only, 2.00 p.
Vine Street Ferry-Ex
., 8.15 4.00 and 6.4.11), in.
. On Sunday, 7.»
From Hharkamaxon Street Ferry -Expr*-i
week v)lays,».3f) a. hi., 8.00, 4.00 and 6.:» p. in
Sunday, 7.» and
ek-davs,
r. batur
ld 8.» a.
'
. On
Saturday
8.» a. m.
Accommodation Train will leave above Ferries
on week-day*
Sunday at 8.00a.
Parlor cars attached to all express trains.
Excursion train will Lave the above Ferrie»
dally
y, 2.00 p. ui.
8.00 a.
.and 4.» p.m.,
. and 4.» p.m.
6.30a. m.
LOCAL TRAINS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
For Hiiddonfield from Vine and Sltackamaxon
Sr*et Ferries, 7.00, 8.f0, 10.00 and 11 00 a. m. ;
12.00 m., 2.00. 4,00. 6.00. «.» » . in.
From Vine stree i only, 5.45, 7.30, ».»a. m. From
Hhackamaxon street onl . 6.»p.
Sumlay trains leave both Ferries
p.
8.00 and 8.»
«1 4.» p. m.
i
Fr<
Vnnsylvanla Itallr
Marketatreet, 7.» a. in.,
in., we«*k-day*. Hundayi
For Ateo, from Vine
Ferrie» 8.(l0a.
•1 Htiit Ion, foot of
», 6 .
d 11.2
P
. III., 6.» p m.
Siiackitmaxon street
; 4.i 0, 4.3P. 6.
» p. u». Fro
^
.. 12.0»*
. Humlavs, 8.00 H, |;
of Market
., 4.;
H
For Hammcnton,iron: Vine ainlSliHekamaxop*l.
ferries, AW a. m., 4.», 5.30, «.00 p. m. •Min
•lay», S.iOa. in., 4.30 p. in. Saturday* only,
from foot of Market street, 11.30 p. m.
For Lakeside, 11.00 a.
.;
a
., 2.90 p. m.
Foi Marl ton. Medford, Mt. Holly and lnterme
dinte Btatlons, leave f«>ot ofMiirh t *tre t, week
duys, 7 30 a. in., 2.->0aii<l 5.00 ii. in. Mumlay*,
».»a. m., S.30 p. m. From Vine ami Shacka
Ferrle», 10.00 a.
•ek day».
Vine and »hurkainaxon
For V% llllainsU
. 12.00 III. 4 30,6.00 p. III.
Woodruff parlor e#
W. N. BAN SARD,
Siipuriiiteudeiit.
•h* train*.
.1. It. WOOD,
oi'l l'as». Agent,
jßALTlMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MODEL FAST LINK, AND THE ONLY
LINE HEl'WEEN
THE EAST AND THE W EST, VIA WASHING
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK !
JAN NY COUPLER1
STEEL RAILS !
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882.
LEAVE CAMDEN STREET STATION :
A. M.tChicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis Fast Ex
press, h. 4 O. Palace Sleeping Cars to
Cincinnati, Ht. Louis ami < Tilcagp.
4.40 tWashington and way station», (VA.
M 1 DI. A ND) Southwest, Richmond, (via
3.00
llieott C'fty and wav statt«
Washington and way stations.
7.10 tWashington Express.
7.15 ANNAPOLIS. STAUNTON
INUTON EX.
tan Branch.
6 .»
6 .
AND WAHR
Metropolis
•I stations
7.60 tPleduiont, Strasburg, Winchester, Hag
ersLOWu, Frederick au»l way stations, via
Main Stem. (On Sunday to Ellicott City
♦ ?*fi4sBURO,CINCINNATI, HT. LOUIS,
WASHINGTON AND COLUMBUS EX
PRESS dally, and <111C AGO dally
Saturday. (Klchmond i ud Urn South,
Ouant'eo). Sluepliig chj s, Baltimore to Cl n
climat 1, Louisville aud Chicago .lundi
Parlor Car*, Chicago Junction to Chicago
Bleeping Carh, Grafton to ludlauapollb
«lall y except Saturday.
9.10 tWabhlngton and way sta Ions. Annapo
ils on Sumlay*.
10.» WASHINGTON AND LAUREL EX
PRESS.
9.00
X
r. m.
12.16 Washington, Annapolis au«l way.
1.» ton Sumlay only, for Washington and
Eufcoit City
2.50 Washington
"tat W
•1 way stations.
i«l Way Stations. (Rlcb
•ept Sunday). »
ith 1. A S. C. Co., on
«I with
tlco,
lngt<
Monday, We«lnes«lay and Frlilay,
Potomac Steamboat Co. on Tuosuay, Thurs
«1 Saturday for Old Point Comfort,
Con
Norfolk, Ac.
LOO WASHINGTON
Jehsup'* Annapolis J
HyattsvlUe.
Winchester, Hagerstown, Frederick ami
way.
t Washington, Annapolis aud way.
5.20 4Fre«lerlek and way stations.
»t.20 Mai tinshurg and way stations.
6.25 t Washington and way
"10 tPlUsburg.CIevelaml aud Detroit Fxn
BAD. Pahwe Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg.
8.45 tCHICAGO, CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS,
w, AMI I N Fn ' N AND COMTMDUH EX
1 LESS. B. A O. Palace Sleeping Cars to
Cincinnati, St. Lou if ami Chicago, Lynch
burg ami the South, via Va. Midland.
9.15 ton Sunday oui v, for Mt. Airy and way.
11.15 Mt. Airy ami way stations.
11.» Washington and way stations.
Leave for Metropolitan Branch, 7.15 a.
«1 2.60 p. m. For Rockville, t».(X) a. m.
trains stop at Relay except 8.00 a. in.
EXPRESS.
Stops at
Laurel and
4.2
%
7.i
4, tl.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE;
%00, 18.30,6.60, t7.46. 8.10, t».00, 10.00 a. m. :
12.10, *1.2% 2.20, t2.3%13.00, 3.», 4.80, t4.40. t%4%
«.(», T.ao, tB.WanJ ll.aun. in. ' ^
called
1DaU
jr. other trains daily,
for and checked at hotels
WKMT BALTIMORE MTKKKtT"TvVu£l\ it
ÏHtO A iC\AM I »EN STATION and 81 SOUTH
W. M. CLEMENTS,
Master of Transportation.
Baggage
.1.
left
O'. K. LORD,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Jz'JJ V C'A TIOSAh.
University of Virginia.
SUMMER LAW. LECTURES
at
weekly),
begin 12th July, 1883, and end 12th September.
Have preved of signal
design
1st, to students, who
this
pursue their studies
Law School;2d, to those who pr«»pose to rea«l pri
vately; and 3d, to practitioners who have
the advantage of systematic tnstru«'tion. For
circular apply (P. O. University of Va.) to JOHN
H. MINOR. Prof. Com, and stat. Law.
had
r JMIE
RIVERVIEW ACADEMY,
DELAWARE CITY. DEL.
A hoarding
«1 day school for
MON DAY, SEPT. 17, 1S83.
both sexes.
Price fo
Ope
hoard and tuition |250 per annum. *>»o extra».
Nothing furnished by pupils. Send for circular
C. G. ALEXANDER A CO.,
Delaware City, Del.
a.
IT81-2I»
DELAWARE COLLEGE !
—The
term will commence—
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, 1883.
Three courses of study ;
atalogues and other Information app»y°S' F ° F
uM W. H. PURNELL. LLD..
g8-iml6 Newark, Del a war«,
CLASSICA
a
Both sexes
• adniltte«!
MiH VALIA* MO IS*.
JOHN MEALEV
NO. 205 MARKET STREET
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent for State of Delaware for
WERNER & CO.'S
C h a,mpagne W i n <
PRICE LIST
Per Csae 12
f7.no
M
DISCOUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 Cases
5 per cent
10 per cent.
15 per cent
10 Gates
25 Cases
IMPORTED
BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASS ALE.
BROWN 8101 it.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST Cl G \R$
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
Diamond • Whiskv
IMPORTED BEER!
We have "Kaiser," from Bremen; "Pilsen" from
Bohemia, and "Culmbach" from Bavaria.
!
' WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION.'
-WE HAVE AL80
a
Rochester,
bach's Stock Lagers.
Stoeckle's and Fehren
Milwaukee,
IMA PALE AIKS, BRuWN SToUT APOhTER
•WE BELIEVE UNSURPASSED
SODA WATERS!
AS FOLLOWS :
Tonic Beer, Champagne Nectar Cider, Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla,
Lmon. Also White Wine andt ider Vinegars.
FOORD BOTTLING CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Orange Streets,
DELAWARE.
WILMINGTON,
=4=3
JAS. RWO( )D&C0„
TIN AND SHEET IRON ROOFING
to
Metal Work and Jobbing of Every
Description.
via
n
Stoves, Heaters, Ranges and the "Favorite Ileatei
JAMES F. WOOL & CO
FRONT AND ORANGE S1H
WILMINGTON, DEI..
X
and
1.90-47.
The Celebrated Continental Brewing Co.'s Ale, Porter, Brown
Stout and Lager Bee» also
JOHN F. BETZ & SON'S CELEBRATED
<t
BOHEMIAN AND LAGER BEER
FOR SALK WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
JNO. MULROONEY,
Fifth and Tatnall Streets, Wilmington, Dd,
SOLE AGENT FOR DELAWARE.
bottles for fMrby '
Lager, either 1b kegs
N. B.-All orders for Ale, Porter
promptl
DR. CLARK JOHNSON S,
Indian Blood Syrup •
1
Cures all diseasesof the Stomach, Liver, Bowe s,
Kidneys, Skin and Blood MILLIONS testify o
its efficacy in healing the abeve-named diseases, an
pronounce it to be the
•BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN
dyspepsia.,
Guaranteed to cure
AGENTS WANTED.
Labratory, 77 W. 3d St. New York City. Druggists »
COALCOMV
sell »t
KENNEBEC ICE AND
king htreets ;
STREET BRIDO®
a» w«t sikW' *'•
PRINCIPAL, OFFICE, N. E. COR. SECOND AND
ICE HOUSE AND COAL YARD OVER THIRD
Branch Office and Depot, Fourth aud Poplar »ta, and No.
PRICE OF EASTERN ICE .
.49 cent» per week 1 1« pound» dally.
" " " 20 " " .
84 cent* Pf, r
.. 11 ••
,.|1.0»
pounds dally...
12 "
19
80 POUN DB AND OVER AT THE RATE OF «0 «T™- P ® 11 "JtÜ!' ''jßS
The least neglect or Incivility on the part of the driver should be man cHOlC j
once, and lt will receive prompt attention. We keep constantly on n^sua a j, >r|{e , wb *L,.i.E
OF < OAL from the most popular mine«, which we deliver in cellars rree «« »y.
wagon em be used.

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