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WI1.MJNU10K, rilllMV,
Tue Keglatratlou ot Nurnea.
Always on tlic lookout for iraprovemeot*
to make his department more and more val
uable to the people, Registrar Frazer, at the
request of several prominent physicians,
started a system of registration of nurses,
ready to put into active
which he has
operation.
Bv this arrangement, people in need of
nurses, instead of hunting all over
the city, will simply call at Regis
trar Frazer's office, where thev will find a
record containing not ouly the names and
residences of all nurses, but their references,
by whom they have been employed, and
where they are at service. Thus, the appli
cant kuows exactly where to go, without
going on a "wild goose chase," all over the
city.
People who have had occasion to go od
a hurried hunt for
a nurse in a
ease of sudden emergency
feel the great beließt of this arrange
ment, and it will also commend itself in a
practical manner to all who have occasion
for the services of experienced help in the
sick room.
• ill
This "new departure" in the registration
department is n< t required by law, buf it is
C dculated to prove
benefit that Regist
recommended
'h a public
Frazer, when
to hlm, de
mint'd to make, it a practice equivalent to a
legal requirement. He has made all the
necessary arrangements, aud now it only re
mains lor the uurses aud the putdic to mak«'
Inch they
A special rqg
it
the system a complete
will no doubt be glad to do.
tetration will be made of all small-pox
•hose -ervices, however, we slu
nurses,
cerely hope will never again Le required.
Mr. Taylor made a good point in City
Council, last evening, when he objected to
paying the bill of the Chief of Police for
feeding prisoners, unies« the revenue of th*
police de •artmeut is turned into the city
treasury. He is right. When the entire
police force resorts to a Justice of the p«*ac«*
iu order to put into their pocket
money that ought to be paid
into the treasury of the people,
through the Municipal C urt, they ought
not to be given the opportunity of Increa-
ing the ir gains by taking still larger sums ot
money from the public purse. This fet'd
bill, anyway, Is an item of municipal ex
pense that will bear close Investigation,
under th«- uew law,and it ought to lie looked
into, aside from Its connection with the nut
ter of costs paid to th«- police.
Among tue spt-akers announced to ad
dress the mass meeting in Odd Fellows'
Hall, Sunday afternoon, under the auspices
of our local branch ot the Land League, Is
William F. Harrity, Esq., of Philadelphia
Mr. Harrity is a native Wilraingtonian, on«
of our public school boy*, who has, by iu
dustry and native talent, achieve 1 a posi
tion of promiri 'nee at the Philadelphia bar
strong, effective speaker, and will
have sometbiug good aud interesting to »ay
for the cause oi Ireland.
Democratic prospects are increasing 11*
Ohio, and In Pennsylvania Republican in
tolerance and disregard of the Interests of
the people is reviving the Democratic pros
pects that were seriously damaged by the
extra session folly. Altogether It looks as
it the Democratic "party wrecker" was be
ing sent to the r«*ar.
of
He
by
of
on
to
or
his
He is
New Jbrsby democrats hav«î nominated
Leon Abbett for Governor. H«* 1« not so
as Joel Parker, but
and |K)««eb8ed of
atroiur or able a mu
he is a good p ilitieb
gr«*at inliutfnce throughout the dtate. H*
will
nloubtedly hold hi« own iu this relia
ble Democratic State.
LIlEIUity NOTCH.
—The Modern Age comes to UK replete with
attractive «hap«*. The
•h number and is
a feature which will tie liked by many. The
tents: Eurikleia,
the West;,'
and
good thing« and iu
stories
pi.-re in
following is the tatile ofc<
the Greek Girl; "Rauch Life i
"The
Richelieu;" "The Tall
Bride's Chamber;
Chauce Laws;"
Bui wer, Mueready
Ordeal:
Poppy,-'
"Thu
"Poke.r, Principles and
'Saving«
i«l Doing«;"
"Stage and
Books and Book
Studio."
— V. Duncan Sniffen, Advertising Agent,
No. 3 Park Row, N. Y., ha« issued an ''Ad
vertisers'Reference Book" containing eare
iuily revised Hst« with circulations of the
lest daily, weekly and monthly newspaper«,
medical journal«, magazines and periodicals
al the United S'ales, Canada. Mexico, and
Central aud South A m«*rica.
Men;"
Dm >l»e Die?
"No!
"-he lingered and suffered along, pining
away ail the tim** for years,"
"Th«/ doctors doing h* r
"And at last
Bitter« the paper« say
"Indeed ! Indeed \ h
"How thankful we should he for that
medicine."
good;"
« cured hy this Hoj
much about."
A Daugliter*« Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter suffered on a
bedot misery,
From a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble an«l Nervous debility,
1 Und
"Who
"But
"And
h"alth by so «impie u remedy
that we had shunned for y
it.—-T he Parent 0
he car«* of the best physicians.
various naim-s,
ve h«*r dis«
relief,
'W she 1« restored t«»
us in good
« Hop Bitter«
before using
Father 1 k G»Uiog Well.
"My daughters say :
"How
Hop Bitter«."
"He 1» getting
ch b.
*r fath«*r i« since he U6e«l
"Au<1 we are «o glad that he used your
Bitter».*'—A Lady of Uticu, N. Y.
«liai r lis long suffering
from a disease declared incurable."
NTEALtMti TIMK.
That Many Paopl«
Would do Well to Kemember.
[Philadelphia Uwe».]
One of the BKMt inspected Philadelphia
minister» lately preached an able, *t*rcbl«jc
the many the ta committed by
~ r 1*0pie win* would be offended at the impu
tation that they lobbed any one in any de
ee; but there are ft w who could read the
eloquent and practical le
se that they
Some Plain Hit*
sermon on
*ti of tbf eminent
: guii
or other of petty and ollen
of
V
Heber and uot
rf.
me. fctn
I» theft.
One of the thefts
umt rated a« the tn«*t
»» the theft of time from the busy
•id by idlers.
t this form of theft appreciate the
g they do. A«% a rule, : bey
«1 women who have Hule 1 bor and
.„... h leisure. Many •»' them are highly re
- stable and well -meaning persona; time
bciusr of little v.due to thejoaelvea, they
have no know h dire ot the value of hours
and minutes to others, and they call and
w aste time, every minute of which is golden
the people who suffer the theft. This
a * ute, iutelligeul and should be
ally reformed if It could be made to panse
ami consider the wrong it docs to mthera.
The most pestiferous thief of Unie that
preys .;pon the worker» of the world iè the
genteel bummer; the thlnlv-guised devotee
t>! *d\enture; the meu and wouien who are
playing the
perpetrating theft, upon
try all things to make a ten-stnko.
ut the thousand shades of the Mul
berry Seilest' family; the thousand shades ol
semi-genteel swindling operations sugar
coated with plausible prospects of fortune
without labor, ami the thousand shades of
ambition that, is ever thieving from workers
to promote their own advancement. They
trained in deceit, usually fluent and fas
cinating In speech and too respectable in
manner and look to be kicked out. They
are the worst of robbers and they cost, the
world's earnest workers millions in valuable
lime that is lost forever.
Sensible meu and women who know the
value of time to the but»y workers are wel
come everywhere. Whether they come ou
business or in the kludlÿ offices of friend
ship, they neve»* steal the time they can't re
turn. It they have business, it is promptly
transacted, and they are as welcome in their
coming as in their going. If they call to
exchange the greetings which keep green
the noble attributes of frienship, they throw
their bright ray of sunshine over the worker
depart regietted. These are uot
t/ e thieves of the worker's time. On the
contrary, they give much aud take little;
but they are ouly a small portion of those
who claim the time of busy people. There
Is hardly a banker, merchant, manufacturer
professional man, editor or any others of
! he ma, y workers of the world, who are not
dally victimized
of valuable time.
minou
irkers of the
Few w bo
idlers;
tin
Cl
it»h 1«,
»rid for their fortune
cry worker a* they
Thpv
P
arc
and the
or le
by the thieves
They have existed since
1 it is probable that they
shall be no more.
a
the wi.rld was,
wiil coutiuue until ti
There is harllv an a^lult person living
.•ut is sometimes troubled with kidney dif
ficulty, which is the most prolific aud dan
zerous cause of all diseases. There is a sort
of heed to have anv torm of kidney or uri
nary trouble if Hop Bitters is taken oc
casionally.
MUKOEIIER.
TAKLN FOU
M»J«»r l'hat le« M. Whitney, collector of
st. I.oiiIh, A
-te«t iu Iowa.
[Glob«: D*-iu«H-rat.J
While en r«mte to Burlington, la., to meet
tier return from the Northern
watering-places last Thursday, Major C- M.
Whitney, Collector ol the Port of St. Louis,
• l Pa t Chancellor ot the 8t. Louis Legiou
of Honor, ha<l a rather p«-culiar experience.
He left St. Louis last Wednesday atte
by rail tor Burlington. Ou T..ursday morn
ing he stopped <*ver at the little hamlet of
Medora, Ui«., about 100 miles ca«t of Bur
lington. The night previous to the Major's
arrival at Medora that little town w»s thrown
iuto a high lever uf excitement ver the com
ssiou «*1 a terrible crime Dr. Richer,one
of the local physiciaus, had murdered bis
wile ami then tna-ie good bis escape. \ de
scription of the murderer wa forwarded to
the police authorities within B00 tulles. Any
stranger who iiap|M Ued to be passing through
any town it* that section was closely
shadowed. Major Whitney stopped but a
few hours in Medora and then took a west
bound train aud reached Burlingtou late iu
, a lew hours in advattce of the
traiu on which hi« wile and child were.
After resting a half hour more he started
on his retu
f'-n'iuK t-i »
to have an opportunity «.»! swing the
sights. II«- had proceeded probably seven
or eight bl<*« ks when a police officer stepped
up t.«» him and, lightly touching him on the
shouidcr, said: "Young man. the Chief of
Police wiehes to have an interview h it h
you."
Fintiing that talk would prove of no avail
the Major, very much against his wishes I
went with the officer to Police II -adqu
ters, and there his surprise was increased by
ascertaining that his arrest had tx-eu made
on suspici
hud murdered his wife the previous night at
Medora.
The description showed that the fugitive
short, stoutly built, with keen gray
aud had a bunion on his loot which
?d him to walk lame. The Major
strougly protested that he w
vidual who was Awing from justice aud that
die description ol the. wanted doctor in no
way favored him. At ter considerable annoy
auce aud <l«'lay he Ünailv, by his official
documents and other papers, established his
hieutity to the satisfaction of the police and
was released just >u time to catch the south
bound train und meet his wife and chilli,
wiib whom he arrived home.
his wife
a
the altern«
to the depot, pre
ulk than ride, iu order
'I
Dr. Richer, who
tim! he w
the lndi
is
From the I'acitic Slope.
Stockton, Cal — Editor* ConutUntion: I
feel so grateful to sonn* Georgia |ieople that
um write and ask you to thank them for
tin* good they hav«* done me. In fact, after
he «lies, there «>ught to lie a monument
«•led to the memory of the inventor or dis
ufaot n red
live long years past I have
*re too,in the effort to
*d ot a blood malady which was eating
physician after
Spring«, the Hot
•ineiiy which is
irerof a
in your city.
«pent all I made.and
be «
K
y life away. I tried
another, ami the W
Springs, the Suiphur Springs, ami finally
completely broken down,
itii scrofula, p«
cury, and pronounced incurable by all the
doctors. In this condition I heard through
a friend from the East o*. f'wiii's {Specific
(H. 8. 8 ), which is made iu Atlanta, and I
took it because 1 l«*lt that under any cir
was doomed to die. The first
d myself
fo
cumstane
three doses of it infused
ana after taking at»out twenty doilurc'
worth, I am a ne
dollar. Everv v
life ini
sound
ig»* oi tin* old enemy is
•11 or
•\ I I ! . I .
gone—my skin is clear,
better than I ever
<i I feel
ill in my life.
Specific cost* high out here, hut it 1« worth
$500*per bottle to uUerers fr
blood Uis
Thank tin»««: people for me, and let
any doublers write me here, care of the
Commercial Ho'ei.
a
very truly,
IIA Hit Y 8MITU.
Work lilvsn out.
On receipt of your aidres« we will make
& to $7
home. Men, Won ei.,
Bov« or Girls can do it. H. C. Wilkinson
& Co., 195 and 197 Fulton street, New
York
an offer by
evening«, at y
hieb >
U6e«l
If You Suffer
with Sick neadachr,Constipation,Dizzine««
Sour Stomach or Biliou« attacks, "Emory'»
; Little Cathartic Fills" will relieve you; a« l
your regulator of the bowel« they have no equal;
Very small, one to three a dose-—15 cents.
JOHN WANAJfJKEK'H.
A
We make this extraordinary
offering in Gentlemen's Scar Is
- finest quality o| goods:
Hav« been 78c. and
Have beeu fl
About 128 doxen at 57c.
A »»out 100 dost)
I ti.t».
H B.
Thev ; r<» displayed in onr
Chestnut street window and
are for sale just inside Chest
nut street entrance.
.
JO IN WANAMAKKK.
A delightful day wasn't it,
yesterday, for the rubber and
umbrella trade? Could hardly
have been better. Another
admirable feature was that it
gave a quiet time to so many
of you returning housekeepers,
and the more interesting cla«s
ol returned and intending
young housekeepers to think
over carefully all their needs
and make up a list. We
thought you d be doing this,
and we also used a little slack
time in the rooming (till they
swarmed m on us again like
bees) in fixing up a bit. Here
are some ol the things youll
likely want in replenishing or
starting anew:
Carets are the first thing,
a"d our recent bargains will
save you a pile of money.
Ingrain Carpeting, 35c. toll.
Tapehtrjr Carpeting, «6c. to 91.
Body HrussrD, usually |1 60, a special purebas*.
selling at 91.16.
Wilton Carpeting», In remnants, reduced,
91 75to 92.-10.
AxintnLier, |2
Hugs and Mats, all styles and grades, Kcand
up*
9L25.
Oil Cloths, In all widths, 40«- .
The parlor and library will
want furniture from the west
gallery.
Parlor Huit», In Waluut and Hair Cloth, 6-V*.
Parlor Huit», In Waluut and Hair Cloth, 6-V*.
Parlor 6**lu In W'amnt and Plush, fioo.
Same In etiony and plush, 9K*> ami up.
AD Int« rniedDte grades.
suits In Rosewood and Kalin Damask. 9L800.
Wood Mantels to order of ornate designs to
form to your surrounding*.
Gilt-Frame Mantel Mirrors furnished to di
mensions.
Library Tabled, cloth tops, |8 an«l up.
Library Tables, elegantly carved In R«»sew«
Sideboards, all styles.
Extension Dluiug Tables, fl p. r loot.
Dining Room Chairs, In all woods, cane
bather.
I K**np
F
The harmonizing features oi
a drawing room, that give a
well rounded richness to its
appointments, are the hang
ings. The Orientals quite un
derstood this and we are taking
of their elegance. You'll find
here eveiy requirement of all
grades and a chiet upho sterer
whose skill is deemed hy many
without an equal in this coun
try.
Lace Curtains In Antl«|iie, Tamboured and
Bnissel». The Ma«lra« llluinln»te<l hi the newest.
'I be Brussels we reeoiuiueud for Service In sub
stantial taste, or the Tamboured for
The Mad
ami at all prices.
Daiuaek Curtains that are renewed') In favor,
both made up aud by the yard, horder«*d In plush,
f Inge.
Turcoman Dado, with plain top or frieze.
Velour, mostly dadoed.
Turk Satin, trimmed with plush or velvet
barder.
Furniture Covering«, In every acceptable style
Tapestries, Velours, Damask, etc., and all Fur
niture Mat«rial.
Illuminated Is In mode*-l colorings
Likewise the dining room,
with china and table service
from the main floor, near the
"lift "
The Kitchen Handy-Help
and Laundry conveniences will
lighten work for mistress and
maid. We will give them to
morrow.
I
JOHN WANAMAKKK
Can anybody find a better
schoolboy's outfit than our
Tough Service Suit, All-Wool
Gray Cassimere, at $41
I
Heavy Dark Huit, not all
93. Also "The Wonder Overcoat" they call it
dark Oxford mixed, for Men's Fall wear, 910.
Market street. Thirteenth stre*
and west ol uialn aisle.
I, up to 12 years
main entrance
JOHN WANAMAKER.
is
or
A dozen imported Dresses
for Misses, 10 to 16, is a m
unusual offer as a half-price
bargain. They make odd
stock—mere samples—and
must go They are in Plush
and Silk. Prices ranged from
$32 to $50 and are cut square
ly to $20 and on to $25.
let
$7
ei.,
Arcade, «n right, through archway.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
l
John Wanamaker,
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market
City-Mall s«4uare, Phliadelphla.
treeta, and
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pt Moitdu» . Fr«
tfv except bunday. F
•t WUbamsporl, 7.25 p.
«b
., «laity, except
day.
W.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION
FOR NEW YORK.
lays, 3.15, 3.20, 3.46,
S.2M» 8.30
Exp
4. 5 -\c*pt M
TI
. if,
V2u p. m. ) 1. a, 4. 6. «»,
Kxurfbn, 1.3« J,
» »od ».a» p. iu.,
sum II a.
18, »
.ol nlyhi. <
3...6, 3. Ml, 3.45,
*. 6.20)6.30, 7.4a,
•n«rki trains eon
«.f '•Brooklyn
•»1er to Fulton
•1 jou
4, (.Liiuiii-I Kxpr
• I 22.01
F t Broo
licet at J
N. 6 .. u
kfv
Guy *
.c
II n#> Ur
A
• II
>
6 ork . ity.
!..
S.,T
... and 2.4 S ».1
11.30
», »
P*
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Express for New York, 6.55 au«l 8.40 a. it
week -«lays.
from market street wharf.
Express for New York,
8.60 a. u»., an«i 4.50 p.
. 1a
«I Trenton,
'«•eft '«ay*.
•nig Branch, Ac.,
. 7.30 a. ui., 4 p.
Ex


i's River
«I Berkeley
Ex
I
's Ri
aud lnterme«llate
sL.U«»us,
Tmkerum,
id 5.20 p. lit.
«1 4.00 p. m.
BELV1UKKK DIVISION.
FROM UROAD STREET STATION.
Dally,except Kumlay-Express for Lamtiertvllle,
East«*!», Delaware Water Gap, Scranton. Bing
hamton mol Oswego, 3.00a. in., 12.01 and 3.00 i*.
in. For Scranton and V\
it Gap ouly, 4.00
For Lai
For Fleming«
b.
ville, »ti. ui.
Lou, 8.00 a. in
12.01 and 4.00
Trains arrive «laliy, except Stuiday—From
9.60 a. m. U.SU, 7.43 and 9 56 p. in.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION, FRONT
AND NORRIS STREET».
Daily, except Sunday—Expre
Eablon, Delaware Water Gi
hainlon amt Osw
kJCk.
> for Lambertvtlle,
», S;-raulou, Blug
*cgo. 7.40 a. u»., 12.01, 6.30 p.m.
id Water Gap only, 3.35 p. in.
ville, 2.10 p. m.

Foi I ami
F«*r Fh-mliigton, 7.40 a.
Sleeping-car th-kets c
Chestnut streets, «38Chestuut
Street Station.
The Union Transfer Company will call for and
Check bagy'-ig« I rum hotels and residences. Time
«I lull information cau be obtained
. ; 12.01 and 3.30 p. in.
be bad at Broad
el, and Broad
Is
- hi
the followtn
S. K.c
TICK XT OFFICES: ( No. 116 Market street.
No. 4 dial ton
I No. 324 Federal
CHAULES E. PUGH, General Manager,
J. K. WOOD, General Passenger Agent.
•tauoni
A
eslnut street,
, Broad
d Chestnut,
e. Germant'n
. <
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK-STEEL RAILS.
SPLEN DID SCEN ERY, MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL Ra.L
WAY.
—TAKING EFFECT MAY 1L 1883.—
Trains l«*ave Baltimore city time, as follows :
Mall Train, <l»||y exeept Sunday, for
the North ami West.
Chicago aud Lluiited Express, dally
Fast Line, daily.' ' West.'
Harrisburg Passenger, dally ex«M:pt
Humlay.
W«-«tern Expre
.7.30 a.
-10.46 a.
-10.46 a. m.
4.30 p. m.
8.46 p. m.
. dally ..
Mall Expre S, West, dally. 11.15 p. m.
Park low n Accommodation, 3.30 6.30 6.30 and IU 00
., dally, «-xcept Humlay. Sunday ouly, 9.;
a. m., ami 1.30 p.
CockoysvllU
)■
odatlon, 9.:», 11.30 a. m.,
«I 11.30 p. m. On Humlay,
2.30, 5.IK),
I.:*» »mi 10 p.
«•rami Gettysburg, 7.30 a. in.
Hiring Branch, 6.30 a.
Kor H
Kor G
3 and 6.30
p. in.
F«*r tickets
all points East., North
L-ri Htatlon, at Northeast corner
! Calvert streets, and at Union
Äs: ' ■"
Station.
Bxjrgag«-called for aud checked at hotels
i*|ilei<«'es on orders left at office, nartiieaut
Balt lu. ore and Calvert streets.
ul
BALTIMORE * EOTOMAC RAILROAD.
FROM CAiaVEKT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT JUNE 12, 1888.
For Washington, 7 a. m. 8.15 and 8.56 p. m.
dally, exc. pt Hnnday, and 4.2b, 7.35, 9.46 and
aud 11.35 a. in., an«l 5.00 aud 7.10 p. m., daily.
F«»r Pop.- b Creek Line, 7.00 a. w. and 4,10 p. m.,
•i»ily, except Humlay.
For A.nna,*oilb, 7.uo a. m, dally ex«ept Huudav.
«tally.
<1 the South at 4,20
3.15 p. m , dally *■'.
U via Virginia Mtdlam
lud .. *11(18.0
• lay only.
ami 5.
For Rich
• I
•1 9.46 ».
« pt Hun-lay,
Railroad, L.
cept Mumiay.
»u., dii'l
For the
•1.20 *.
7. ID p.
F .r « .
dally.
55 p.m.,
i«l n.
3.15
id 8.55 p. m.,
l»tH' m'a«
I » Potomac River r.te
sdity and Friday
«lay, W
11.36 a.
FROM UNION STATION.
For Washingu»
DTI, 4.3U, 6.*0. 7.06» 7.46. 9.50, 11,40
. as, 6.10, 7.20, 9.06 p. m. o2 HU *
*). Y.46, 9.60. 11.40 a. in,, 5.1(1 » ; , d
7.aJi>. 4
vi. Midland Road, at 4J K* a. m
p. m., « K tp, Humlay. 7.20 p. m.,
only.
For C. A I*. RtmuI 6-60 a. «n.. «lallv, except Hnn
day, 2.5. •». m., (limited;, 3.25 p. m.. and 9.06
p. m., dally, except on Sunday.
FROM PLNNHYLVANIA-AVENUK HTATION
For Washington, 6.56, 7.10, 7.5P, 9.56 and 11.45 a.
W.. 3 6.15, 7 J5a')d P. 10
at é. b, 7..V), 9..,öand 11-46 a.
For
• * dally, w.06
•lay
n. On suuilay,
., 6.15 and 7.26
i*.
Annapolis, 7.1«-». iu., dally except Sunday;
6.15 p. in., dally
LEAVs WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE
At 8.40,
6.21), 7
ö r* io.» ,
", y.»i»n<l 10.39 a. 111 ., 1.30, 4.20. 4.40,
Viand 10.20 p. m. Od Sundays,
>».. , 4.21), 8.20, 7/»), 9.50 Aud :0.20
! H, WOO'.», o«i 's is,
l't'au. General Manager.
«t
'*•
and
Agt
OliAA ./k L.
MAJLHUA O Lilt EH
Wthïkn™k a
Tin»« Table to go Into effect Juif Wfc 188*.
GOING NORTH.
Dally except
Sunday».
mi ni ay»
only.
Station».
W11 III In* I
T. A H h! I
l>U|IIOIlt .
.1». in.p.m.p.m.a.
104 5 02 «<5 7
• t*.
« l<*
Itet;
Wnni
- n
I 25 ■ HI e f.i 7 20, » W»
1 I 02 7 20 7-F 3 HO
64 11 IHj 7 H1 7
2 Kl 7 00 al» »
' RUÎ 7 31 0
I
:
«if
diir
"i.
e 6 *i
,i .15
|| r. 62 i
. 7H7 »M 2
-, I* 1
I '
r|.*k
V -3
12 15
•Hi 1 02 3 18 7 4M
8 60, 8 20
2 40 4 2ft. h HU I
S,M
II
Hi
litr *d...r
Reading,
T A H S.
»V*
10 ••
40

GOING SOUTH,
liilly except
""•»«lay.
Sundays
•idly,
Station».
Reiullng (
T.a K.M. I
Hlr ahoro.
tosses?
#t. Pr
.a.in, a.m.t.iit.p.:
6 Id »Pu tf JO H
If »I! 4 W I
« ID, !IW> I
• p.m.a »n. p.m
• 2*' ÏWI J:»
28 a 52 s 05 7 Ni 4 1«
14, 4 22 ftHB 80S 4 58
« 4« 5 1»
« .Vi 8 :»
1 2»
II 45
! « « aw
Mt4 -184
S6S » 29
»59 fl
M 4»' ft 17
4 4'
Coate« ville 4 48«
.~m*' ... 5 7 44
c. Kord J. 8 ** 7 W
Dupont. .. 6 02! H 17
VN liming I s 25 8 4»
T.& il. «I
7 07
VB
!..
10 4P
m w
« 02 ,
s as
I 12
II
« 42'
10 »j 7 ; 0f*
Wilmington, CHiudd'» T<«r<l
I 'ofttrflvlllr, W*yiuMMU g
and Ket Wig. • o it4**'
. A. HfHVKH.
n. Pnsa Aiffwn
U tô
Forronuectlon»
«'tlun, l.ei mi»., «
net Ion. ItlrdaW
Stall
J. H THONI'KOK, Get
H» v2
1 BALTIMORE A PHILADELPHIA K. k.
i > «. mange or
aud after JH \ K Ui, I wt, trains will
I Hupt.
7 i
folio
Leave
Arrive
8.40 p. :n
W t lin I iiu; lop 7.05, it*. Hit, a.
at l.nndenl*erg ( H..V. a.
•...10 p. in.
; u.ud iMMi n,
•L ß i*i
und»)», leave Wilmington, 10. »• a.
to p in.
Arrive at Landenber
Leave Damlenlierg «.&()
Arrive at, Wliming
Hundaya. leave Latid<
ArGve WUiulngton. 9.10 ».
D. CONNKLU
. 7.10 p. ui j
11.40 a.
a. in; 12.50 p. m.
:ton ».uu a. m; 2.15 p. m.
eni*erg,«.»0 a m. 4.80 p.m.
id. 5.40 p. lu.
Huperlutendent.
CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC R. R.
ON AND AFTER.IUNKSO, 18R\
TRAINS M ILL LEAVE AS FOLIiUWH:
FOR ATLANTIC CITY:
Vine Street Fcrr » — Exnreaa «
.,5.15 4.00 a» d 5.48 p. in
V ■
week-ilavs,
on bat
. On hunday,7.50 and 8.50 a.
9.45 a.
•lay only. 2.U0 p.
From Hha- kainax*
•k days,9.50 a.
Kai uni ay «
8. »a. in.
Aee
Street Kt
.,5.1«, 4.00
v-Expm
d 5.30 p.in
. t:n btiuday, 7.»
. On
y, 2.0U p.
t
•ulatlon Train will leave above Ferrie,»
week-day» at 8.00 a.in.and 4.80p.m., sod
. and 4.» p.m.
Parlor cars attached to all express trains.
Kxeurnlitu train will Wave the a
dally atf*.50a. m.
LOCAL TRAINS FROM PHIL A DKL PH I A.
lay
8.00 a.
F*i I m I
F*»r Haddontleld from Vine and Hhackmmaxon
Hr. et Ferries. 7.00, 8. 0, 10.00 and 11 00 a. m. ;
12.00 m., 2.001 4,00. 6.00. 8.50 ; . in.
Fro- I Vine »tree • only, 6.45, 7.-10, 9.50*. m. From
KliackKiuaxon tUrc**t
. 5.50p, Ui.
Munday traltisl«
•c both Ferries
8.00 aud 8.30
a. in., aud 4.10 p. in.
Ft
Station, foot of
*1 11.50 p.
., 6.50p in.
d Hlmckauiaxou street
•«ylvanla Itallroai
\larket htreet, 7.
a. in., 2 5», 6.0*
undavh, 9.50 a.
week-days.
For Atco, from
Ferries 8.uuii,
fc. *t'«if Market !t rêeL*l 1.ÏV
\
.. 12 . 0 *
. 4.
v>
F«*r Haiiin*unb>n, fro
ferrie
days.
Vlu«*
1 Hhnrkatnaxon si
., 4.50, 6.50, *.
p. in. haturdays only
ot ol .Vlarkci street. 11.30 p. U).
For Lake«l<le, 11.00 a.
Foi Maiiton. Medford. Mt. Holly and Interme
■llate ht.it'.ons, bave foot of Star n t ».tr. t,w«-«-k
days, 7 30 a, in., 2. 0 and 5.U0 j*. in. Hundays,
w.Wa. in., «.Hop. in. From Vine and bbacaa
inax-iu Ferries, 10.00*. u»., week days.
F**r u uiiamaUswn, fro
V6 oodriiü parlor «•
W. N. IIANNAKI),
Superintendent.
0a.
Iron»
., 2.00 p. iu.
Vine Hint -haekam
.. » 2.00
I'
4ll exp
J. It. WOOD,
». Agent,
j^ALTIMORB AND OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MODEL FAKT LINK, AND THE ONLY
LINE RET WEEN
>
THE EAST AND THF. WEHT, VI
TON.
WAHH1NU
DOUBLE TRACK !
JAN NY COUPLER I
STEEL RAILS I
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882.
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882.
LEAVE CAMDEN STREET STATION :
A. M.tChicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis Fast Ex
press, B. A O. I'aliwc Sleeping Cars
Cincinnati, St. Louis ami Chicago,
t Washington ami w»y stations, (VA.
MIDLAND) Southwest, Richmond, (vis
Uu anti co.)
EHlcottCUy
«.40 Washington and way slutlous.
7.10 + Washington Express.
7.15 AN NAPOLIS, STAUNTON
INGToN EX. ami statlous
3.00
4.40
I wav static
AND WASH
Metropoil
B ranch.
7.50 tLMedmouL Strasburg, Winchester, Hag
*wn, Fr««lerlek and way stations, via
Ellicott City
-M H I
■m. (On Suuday
only.)
trfTTHHLJHO.CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS,
WASHINGTHn AND ( OLUMBUS KX
1'KESK dally, and CH 1CAGO dally except
Saturday. (Ulchmoml au«l the South, via
Ouantlco). Kleenlug cars, Baltimore to Cln
««jnuatl, Lou is \tI le and tfhicago Junction.
Parlor Cars, Chicago Junction to Clileago.
Slipping Cars, Grafton to Indianapolis,
dally except Saturday,
tWashington and way sta Ions. Annapo
lis on Sundays.
WASHINGTON AND LAUREL EX
PRESS.
9.00
9.10
io n
F. M.
12.15 Washington, Annapolis aud way.
1.80 ton Sunday ouly, for Washington and
I. ») KUicott City »ml
2.50 W'ashlugtou and Way Stations. (Rich
mond, Quantlco, except Humlay). Con
nect at Washington with 1. A S. C. Co., on
«lay, W«Hlu«-bday ami Friday, and with
Potomac. Steamboat Co. on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday for Old Point Comfort,
Norfolk, Ac.
4.00 WASHINGTON EXPRESS. StOD
Jessup's Annapolis Junction, Laurel
HVattavIlie.
4.20 Winchester, Hagerstown, Frederick and
6.0ft tWashington, Annap«»lls and way.
6.20 tFrederick and way stations.
6.20 51aiüiisburg and way stations.
«.26 ♦ Washington and wav stations.
7.50 tPIttsburg,Cleveland and Detr«»lt Express.
B A O. Pai»cc Sleeping Cars to Plttsh
»oTtewa
L RESS. II. 4 O. Pa !»<•«■ Bleeping Cai
Cincinnati. Ki. Loulp ami Clileago, Lynch
burg »ml the South, via Va. Mldlaml'
|Dn Sunday only, for Mt. Airy and way.
Mt. Airy and way stations.
II. 30 Washington ami way stations.
Leave for Metropolitan Branch, 7.15 a. u
.ml 2.50 n. in. ForTtockvlIIe, tv.00a. in.
All trains stop at Relay except 8.00 a. m.
in lorn.
M
and
8.46
9.16
11.15
>. tl.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE;
5.00, 16.30, 6.50, t7.46, 8.10, t9.00, 10.00 a. m
12. tO, 71.25, 2.20, t2.36Tt3.00, 3.80, 4.80, t4.40,t6?4^ ,
t7»uo, 7.30, tv.40and ll.Kp?m. ^
t Dally. tHumlay
except Humlay. ^
Other trains dally,
hotels_
WK8T BALTIMORE »TREEt'N'' w?c".''cii
BROAI>W MUEN KTATION and 81 SOUTH
>■
Baggage c
retsiift-nct-s <
for and checked
orders l«*ft
W. M. CI.EM EN TH,
.Master <•! Transportation.
C. K. LORD,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
jriNAf'VtAL.
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
FOR HALE:
r«:s Delaware Railroad.
10 1
Buy » mi sell stocks and bonds
*• Çei h of - relit available In all pans«»>
ml drafts on England. Ireland. Tram e
nd mvftzxrland tmmeJ
miniK-iion
the world
,_G. tlitany
a
THE ARTIZANB SAVING BANK.
NO. 602 MARKET BTREET,
iNroneoKATRD January 34th. is«;.
Open to receive di:poslU from »a. m. until 4r. n.
»nd on 1 Hcsday aud Baturduy « veiling, '
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
AEMl-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
«I October.
Vgi lari y made in April
dlvld.'nds are uot wlthora
»B «lep.tslUi. Thus pern
their Interest twice in
Wl.e
awn they* are account« «I
•h year **0*1 tS COB,K>u ,!< *
MANAGERS:
' leiuent B. Hmyth,
« diaries W. Howland,
Nathaniel H. Benson,
Henry F. Dure,
vV. Hastings,
(Cd ward Posey,
«re.irgt W. : usu.
Utn.lIl S, I.8D8II8,
M- !.. Llchtt'n&tèfii
Eilw.nl Uarllurton
& Jackscu,
win tun h. Hwtn.
ÏWpÏi'W ^«hlenu
E T i* r eBldenL.
A. T. 1A YLOR. Treasurer.
J • M. MATHER, Auditor.
Anthony
fvbAl-ly
MIHVEt.l ANBOVK
LIGHT-RUNNING DOMESTIC
TJ , '
'K -,
*•
II
[ Mm\
\ ft ->
stf'»a
Xüt
Li
i
riL
NEEDLES AND PAKT
For all Sewing Machines, and a lull line ol DO
MESTIC PAPER FASHIONS, for sale by the
Domestic Sewing,,,Machine Com
814 MARKET STREET.
sepUMf
rhe Remington Standard Type-Writ»
f
A Machine which
is fast taking the
place
What
Machine ie to the
•die the Type
Writer is to the pen.
ing professional I
business meu. 1
Correspondent:«
llclted. Send for]
new pamphlet. I
WYCKOFF, SI
MANS At B NEM
Sole Agent«. 1
-D
»f the |>en.
the Sewing
',L
•»V *
'■ I
It Hhould be in
every office and study
•T. W. F.aki.e,)
715 dies
K
15,(KM) In daily use.
Endorsed by all Icad
ager,
St. Phi a IV
sept 10-2in-m, w. f 26
KENNEBEC ICE AN D COAL CUM
PRI NCIPAL OFFICE, N. K, COR. BICCOND AND KING KTKEET8 ;
- ICK HOU8E AND COAL TARD OVER THIRD 8TRF.ET BRIDGE-«
Branch Office and Depot, Fourth and Poplar sta, and No. 209 West Eighth it.
PRICK OF EASTERN ICE*
49 rants per week I 1« pounds dally
»• ». .* I -jo •• •«
30 POUNDS * NI> OVER AT THF. RATE OF SO UTS. PF.K HO PO IN OH.
neglect or Incivility on the part of the «irlver should be mad«' km
once, an*l It wtll receive prompt sitentlon. W e keep roiutantly on hand a CPO
OF «OAI.fr«»» He in«»»f popular mines, which ae «leJlv««- in relia
pounds daily.
12 •• ••
84 « ent
....91.89 " "
The b-SHl
I« K sKI.K
. when
IMPORTED BEET
We have "Kaiser," from Bremen; "Pilsen'' from
Bohemia, and ' Culmbach" from Bavaria.
'•WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION
-WE HAVE ALSO
Stoeckle's and Fehren
Milwaukee,
K«x;hester,
bach's Stock Lagers.
U
-OUR
via
IMA PAIE ALES, BRuVVN Sl'-DT L POI.TI
1
-WE BELIEVE UNSURPASSED
SODA W ATEES!
AS FOLLOWS :
Tonic Beer, Champagne Nectar Cider, Ginger Ale, Sarsaparil
Lemon. Also White W'ine and < ider Vinegars.
on
FOORI) BOTTLING 0
and
Oor. Sixth and Orange Streets,
delawai
WILMINGTON,
JOHN MEALED
NO. 205 MARKET STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Sole Agent lor State oJt Delaware lor
,
^
WERNER <fe CO.'S
CJ hampagne 'W iR
PRICE MPT.
97.00
98.00
Per Cue 12 Qts.
24 Pt«.
do
DI8COUNT IN QUANTITIES.
5 per cent,
10 per cent
15 per cent.
5 Cases
10 Cases
25 Cases
IMI'ORTED
BELFAST GINOER ALE. BASS ALE.
IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGAR
Pure Rye Old Star Whisky,
BROWN STOUT.
I fiamond O Whisky.
DR. CLARK JOHNSON S,
Indian Blood Syu u P
n.
Cures all diseasesof the Stomach, Liver, Bowe s,
Kidneys, Skin and Blood MILLIONS testify
its efficacy in henling the abeve-named diseases, an
pronounce it to be the
«I
,!< *
BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN
Guaranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA.^JJSfl
AGENTS WANTED.
Labratory, 77 W. 3d St. New York City.
Druggi»ts self

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