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(EsTMMjaMCO m 1784.) ( flHJflHKD EVERY DAY. EXCEPT SUNDAY BELL & TA VliOR, Emtub* ax» Puauiaxiia. Cm at 8» tv Caawiea* t Cants ana wits, Month, Pavabui to th* Reoutaa AuthoniHv COU.SOTON, AMO ro pant op Twenty-Five Cent« w OTHER, «V MAR. *a.ot - Teas, x Months, " Month« 1.86 « ms êueiNSsa Omet ano £<nto*ma. Room* ad oom NtCTEP WITH THE WlLNIMOTOM TfLEPHONS £»• Advertisements may b* •hams amo News m 7 au Letter« and Texeonaiss to THE tiAZKTTE, ♦ I W1I ÄUNtiTON, S tUdiDM, SEPT. 13. Tn« Police ami the Municipal Court. Thi awakening of City Council to the fact that the course of the city police Id dis regarding the Municipal Court aud taking all cases before a Justice of the Peace wi depriving the city of from $150 to $200 j>er mouth, has made it necessary for the head ol the "model" force to attempt an expla nation of tnls unlawful practice. It Is now stated, on behalf of the chief of the "models," that his objection to the Muni cipal Court is that it does not "protect" his officers in the discharge of their duty, or treat them with "proper respect." This is a revelation. Wbeu did "model" force ever need "protection," and when did the Municipal Court ever fail to treat its magnificent mem bet with "proper respect?" A searching investigation into the Court's eutire exist cnee fails to reveal a single Instance, aud U) "proper respect," the impudenen of the "models" towards Judge Cummins when they did go into the Municipal Court was notorious and d s :raceful. Had he uot been id a the most lenient oi Judges, the Chief half s< ore of the "models" would have be committed to jail time and aguii tempt of court. The truth of tin mattei is that the"models" to a magistrate's for con transferred their c< court simply lor the purpose of putting in their pockets fees that the law required to be turned into the city treasury by the Clerk of the Municipal Court. lore of trauips, from whom money could be obtained, taken before Judge. Cummins, but offenders supposed to be able to pay the financial penalty imposed upon them were taken from the police station and escorted to a magistrate's office several squares away, for trial. In this way fees were put into the pockets of the "models" and tines Into the treasury of N w Castle county, at expense to the citizens of Wilmington of from $150 to $200 per mouth. This Is an outrageous leak iu our public finances that should he stopped at once. Our "model" police force is neither useful r ornamental. It would be luyd to pick out a dozen good men among the entire lot. It has evaded its duty, allowed burglai ply their *rade with impunity, and been guilty of general inefficiency. It boasts among its members wife beaters and men guilty of other disreputable offenses. It i.-*, iu fact, at present constituted, a public nuisance, uot earning even the salaries allowed by law, and to permit it to deprive the city of $150 to $200 per month is criminal extrava or io i The Municipal Court will extend to the "models" all the "protection" and "respect" they are entitled to, and they should be no longer allowed to treat it with cot tempt ignore its jurisdiction at. such a heavy pense to our already tax-burd**ncd people. . 1 Tub legal gentlemen employed by City Council to give an opinion a* to the "rights and powers oi Council under the Water Commission act" are pears, to defeud Chief Engineer Coyle against the attempt of the Water Commis aion to remove him frobi office. They will not risk their professional reputation by giving an opinion iu favor ol thit Council's attitude, but will make a tight for it in court. Thi* is "whipping the Devil around the stump" with uow, it ap The only point at»out. Chid Haw kina' bills for feeding prisoner« that planation ts why they are larger uow, when the law allows him only the amount actually expended for food, than they were when the Chief of Police made a handsome profit ai the rate of fifteen cento i»er refused to explain thie point, when it would be to his credit to do He hu. it ii a pro. found mystery the City Council would do well to investigate it. On Monday, legal proceedings will be commenced by the Water Commissioners for the pobeeëbion of tiie Water lh-partim it. Il poaaitlethey ehoulü be con out the ufeual delay« of the lit pute i« i « lue ted w, a« the dia ight to be settled at ouce. rith e that The assault upon umpire McCaflcty yesterday alternoon was no revenge'for his unfair decisions during the game, but waa a positive injury to the Quickstep club. Those w ho instigated the attaek ought.to be arreated and punished. The Frame and OHTiMTiKH lietweet China were precipitated la«t week by» tight t-etween French and Chinese hoop«, in which the latter were worsted. Will <•<! excitement thnnigh (lie l.i the 14th August (the '59th Monthly) Drawing <*l the Loffifianu St *te I^dtery. <JeiTl« G. 1 Henungurd of Lft . and .Inhal A. Early of V T a . both of the Th© E There Again , *d to hot wefttll warm. A* the Wheel ol Fo evolved this result: fi» .1 u Ticket No. die . the d placed with other» first prize of $75. among the happy purchaser* of fifth« at were Kov. Moses Zerovich, of No. 6,4*/:, Canal »t., Chicago. Ill, and W. T. M Rock Mu (til ■fl r, Suufl . ol t. N. C. No. 61,810 drew the rteeoud prize of $25',(»hi sold in huh« also at $1 each, t-> Samuel Selig, ami Dr J. M - Llttlehu!e of Scltuu. Ala., and Gu.dav Haunian of No. 4<> M'. Monroe »t.. (care of the Preble Machine Work Co,.) Chicago, 111. No 97.5Ö4 drew the thir«l prize of $lu,U0O sold a» a whole at $5 lo .lack Grave», the driver -d theStpokell Fire Englun Co., of Nathville, T*-nn. Nog. 7 ,779 and 76,11« drew the fourth two prize» of 98.000 each, and (Old in tilths at $1 each, to Me»-r« W in E. , C Willi». A. A Prescott aud Roh t b, of Vieksbnrtr. Mi»» : Mr .1 V Vomier ' i hllad'a, aud a among others so I r « Bill ith. «j! 2039 Ijocuat jjarty on ad injinitum. It all go« yth day uf October, had up Orleans New ()rle the all int« i" a^pl ieatiou to M A. Dauphin. New MORNINU SUMMARY. Cadet, Ballard, on trial forç hazing, before the Court Martial at AnnajlöUe, baa been acquitted. Owtug to the low water in the Merri»ae River, all «he mille In LaVrreiiëe, Maasa*bu eette, will abut down to-day, . ^ 1 A general strike of the window glass manu facturers oi the Pittsburg die riet i§ expected to take place on the 21 at instant. The schooner Bauyard, rom a Virginia port lor New York, 1« at the Delà wate Breakwater with her crew sick of malarial fever. Iu the South Dakota Constitutional Con 'utiou, at Sioux Falls, yesterday, the Pro hibttioii clause was dually rejected by a vote of 04 to 30. Rudro Klcbards, recently divorced from hi* Wile, lient out her htalne with a flat-lran in Fort Wayne, Indian», yerterdaÿ. He wua a, rested. The Secretary of State of Illliioi. yester day licensed the Incorporation of the Chlcaeo Elevated Hallway Company, with a capital ol W,U00,IKXI. Barbara Miller, colored, was banned y rdny In, Rlehtuond, Virginia, lor the mur I heV huabapd- Her,, ce wnpllce,Charles reran der öl hyV hunbaiid Henry Loe, wgö baugèh !a»t month. Joseph Curtly, President •J the Union and .lUverfitgr Company, ol Ruçhexher, Ktw York, aud oi the Mu imm vuMRly Savluij» Bank, In the name «-Ur died yesterday. PresideDt Arthur leit Waahiiigton yealec day ait* moon for New York, to attend the funeral of Hugh J. Hasting«. It i* uot knowu when he will r*turu to Wasblortoii. Wendell Phillips has written a letter to the Boston AdvtrtUer denying that he has (hanged his view»* regarding Governor Butler, and strongly advocating Butler's re election. William Runyan and his wife, a young couple; were yesterday found dead in bed, with their throats cpt, in their In »me near MfllvtDe, Columbia county, Pc have been deà< 7 for si*veral days. Great Council of **ed Meu, ,iu session at Atlantic Cîfy, adTourueij yesterday to meet at spring hold, IlJiiioU, next year. The question of reviaing the Constitution was p«.stponed until llie next meeting. Ollictal reports from Haytl state that the towns of Bari net and Marigot, which fell Into the hands oi the im urgents along with J actuel, have been t«(kmi by tlie Govern ment forces. Jaciue) isckmely henelged. Naval Construetor Edward Hai ti, a mem t»er of the Board of Inspection and Purvey, died ut his residence in Orange, New Jersey, on Wedueaday last, from the effects of a chiil com meted in tiie discharge of bia duties. They the In the New Hampshire Hods* of Repre sentatives yesterday the Governor's veto of the Railroad commission bill was sustained by 252 to Id votes, and a uew bill, providing fur the appointment of the Commissioners by the Governor ami Council, was passed under suspension ot the rules. A case ol leprosy was brought to Bau Francisco by the last steamer from Hono lulu, the sufferer being a native Hawaiian, of French descent. The quarantine officers fused hi . permission to laud, aud a writ of habeas corpus lias been Issued returnable to the Superior Court to-day. Tl»*- young men who were presented with medals in the City Hall iu Baltimore on Thursday, tor heroism iu saving lives on the occasion of the Tivoli disaster, jdier Doyle, John T.Flynn,Jucob A. Knight, Patrick C. Beatty, Robert J. Mitchell, John Gilliirau, Johu, dtrickler, Patrick Ryan, Joseph Burns, Oliver K. Whelau. Commodore English received a telegram from Pensacola on Thursday night stattug that there were no tie.w cases of yellow fever and no deaths among the naval forces there. A telegram from Pensacola to the Assocla téd Press, last eveulng, said there had baen three ne! the navy yard In the Colored Protestant F.piscopal Con vention at New York yesterday addresses were mad'- advocating the establishment of industrial schools in all the principal South ern cities, Where girls between six and 18 years ot age could be taught how to sew, cook, wash and iron. Of the 42 colored minister- of tills denomination, 21 have at tended the convention. of Christo of fever and one death at ithin the last 25 hours. A telegram from Chicago saya that the Ran Handle route yesterday began selling ticke » from Chicago to Louisville at $fi, being $3 less than the regular rate. "The Pan Handle people have been for some time trying fo get their competitors to join them io some agreement that would hold ratvs to the South firm, but their efforts: they say •n* fruitless, as tickets were being «old over other lines, through scalpers, at lo than the regular rates. The Managers of the road say if the roads have reductions lo make ii should be to passenger* and not lo scalpers." W. Moutross, of the New York Police Oa rette, was convicted yesterday in Atlanta, Georgia, of distributing "an obscene pic torial newspaper," and whs sentenced to pay a tine of $1000 aud serve 12 months iu the chain gang. It appears that several weeks ago order of the purpose of making a U*»t ease under the Georgia law of 1.^78. The Presiding Judge, i l passing tin* seubeuce, »aid he ' would im pose the full penalty, because the defendant Was seeking to gi t a foothold for2.be paper, which has been .surpressed for five years." The case will be appealed to the Supreme Court. 1 by in Moutrobb went to Atlanta by <* proprietor of that »hcet for the Dr. Rollin R. Grigg, of Buffalo, baeu exputifuniting relative to the ao-'-ailed bac teria germa which are auid to cauae varioua dlheaaea, uud he iu nialieH the foliowlug to til*- pitsa: "By boiling a (quantity of healthy blood, he obtained all tiie forma of haoterla. Tlien, w ith some pure fibrin obtained from a waehed clot o< blood anil boiling it, proving that it. waa tin;thread« of fibrin broken up into pieces and granulee that gave the bac teria, the game lesulta were obtained. N- xt ao aie Mood waa obtained and rotted under w armt h, and closely watched for two month* •ere obtained ai do be and here again all the f« thaï the freih boiled blood guve. From tin -«- expérimenta Dr. Grigg coucludna that ail the bacteria ol diHeaaeare forms ol fibrin, aud lor tiie g»*neral good he requoato all in veatigatora to repeal the experimental work aud report to the public the results of auch investigations." it. his be A Voice fro the 1'reHN. I *ake this opportunity to bear testimony I«» the efficacy of your "Hop Bittor«. " peeling Ex tind them nauacous and bitter and eompomd of bad whiskey, agreeably «orpiiaed at tlielr mild tasto, ju«t like a cup of tea. A Mi*. Cre -r, friends, have 11k« •e them the best medic ell «lid a c* trlcii, they for building up atreugth 1 wuh troubled of ap u«*w ull goim. 1 to look Mr«. ( and in have ever take «I touing up the ay«t ith cuativeut-aa, headache aud k enta My ail ■arly contract, with a docU alter the health of myaeif and taraily, but \ jed him .July 25,1878. Peopled .*i(/wocato,Pittab'g,Pa. pet lie. hav«- a 1 a . »! B. Gilliland. u Work Given out. On receipt of your addroa an «»lier by which you can earn $3 to $7 • vening«. Boy« or Ä CO., 195 aud 197 Fulton street York the • will make (til », at your home. Meu, Won t„, Girl« can do it. H. C. Wllklnaon ol t-> M'. and E. t a so New If You SufTerr with .Sick Headache,Constipation,Dizzlm-ns; Sour Stomach Bilious attacks, "Emory's Little Cathartic Pilla" will relieve you; a« a regulator of the bowels they have no equal very small, one to three a dose—15 cents. Florida Wi Fifty retits a bottle. Bold by Danforth, druggist, Second and Market street*. Tr a specially. the i" New JOHN WAN AM AKER'* Day by day, as fast as new invoices eta be pwsed through the receiving department and cases opened, the various do unters present new and ever» changing d splays of fall goods. The new colorings and new blendings of shades afford a broader chance for the varied tastes of the wearers than ever before, and buyers don't hesi tate to express, .their pleasure at the .wonderful assortment and the lowness of price,which in mtay instances has not been in ffltay year». Our annels are a constant surprise, while our camel's hair cloth are considered the From read 2oc. finest ever imported. 1 fie lowest to the highest-priced goods, quality and price give all t he satisfaction that can lie desired. JOHN WAN AM. UK. Upholstery Goods of every description are ready. The new department is well settle I in its place on the first floor, convenient to the Thir teenth street door, where there is always room for carriages We are organised for all kinds of work, from the finest to the coarsest, and do both as they ought to be done—to furnish a little house or a palace, a steamboat or a hotel. JOHN WANAMAKF.R The assortment of (V)lored Silks is complete. Of the in complete lots we note only the latest : A C4UM! of all «lui'lua lo Wlut-s. Olives, t aiul Ii run aus. Worth fl.50, 41.25 per yard. Silk Counter. Chestnut »treet entraucu right. JOHN WANAMAKEK. We don't see how anybody else can have Hamburg Em broideries at our prices, or at less than a filth more; but we shall know better in a week or so. stock of all sorts. We have a very full Juniper »ireet entrance,« right. JOHN WANAMAKKR. Our 25c. red "Medicated" Flannels that 'are stirring up so much inquiry, are of sterling «juality, and we invite compar ison. Our guarantee goes with them. Fancy Flannels form a display worth a visit. New and bright colorings. Wrapper Flannels, 37 j to 75c. Market street, entrain-* un right. JOHN WANAMAKER. Lubin's (Cashmeres in all colors. These are much sought alter. The Solferinos and Ma gentas are reviving strongly, 50c. to $1 per yard. Dress Cloths, in all the pre vailing colors,well worth $1.25 per yard, are selling rapidly at $ 1 . Camera Hair Cloth, fl.10 Tricot Dross Cloth, fl.lUt J 1.76. «1.50. Fall and Winter Cloakings are ready to be looked at. Special attention is called to a new line ol 52 and GO inches wide Stock luettes, In Dark Grceu, Blue aud Hla«-k, 63.26. Black, Blue and <i reeu. |6. Mixture of Black and Broiue, Cloth c.ouuter. Market atreei • circle ou letl. *b la aisle, tire JOHN WANAMAKER. A new Jersey cloth for Fall and Winter wear combines elasticity and weight. It is much liked for jackets and for entire suite. In all colors, 27 inches, $1 per yard. Chestnut »I entrante ih* right. John Wanamaker, Ohbsinat. Thirteenth and .Market atreuU. und uiy-Hall squara, Fhbadelphla. HAllMUAV LINK* PHILADELPHIA, WIL X M1NMTMN AND BALTIMORE UAlLItl'AI». • JUNK 2, 166». 1 Tr.ln. will leave wtlmlnfton aa Mini for ; rtilladelphla and lute i-.i -"Hate fOatlooa—4.60,7.00, 10.»#, a. m. ».no, 4.00, 7.W, 0.66, r>. is. , Cm /.Ä ix id. New York— Ï. *12.88, 1.64, r. Ealttinur«- yu! jutertucdlaU fctfctluM*—1.0%, 0.17 a. ta. 6,00 p. m. l.allitnore aud limy Lint 6.57 p. m. Baltimore and Waahlngtun— 1.4*, 4.61, 8.06 ".17 a. i|i. ,1.00, *i.t« 5. rX •* 57. 1M iialtiimjreiertlfA-M*, *• »'»• »Ml Train* for Delaware Division leave for; New Castle—6.00, ».10 a. h. 1.05. 8.00, 6.26 p. m. iiarrliwtoo and Intemuriate «uiU<wi«~6.10 a. an. 1.06, 4.25 p. m. Delmar and intermediate ita tiens —0.10 a. m. *¥ P- to. and AOop. 1.06 n. in Kxpreas for Delmar, 4.00 p.m. SUNDAY THAI NH. Philadelphia and Intermediate «Uttons-41.10a. m. 12.00 m. 5.30, 7..EJ. 0.5&, L>. Ui. PJljj^JÿUSA id New Vi.rk -2.ou, 2.28 a. m. 6.17, Baltlmt 6i t nt x.n. and Wash Ins ton—1.42. . 11.04 p. Haiti il L.05 a. •**< Curllmi L I be depot, ..inLUd i:xpr« :.re I U* the,tlu«o .1, ; neTTra^» i^»nk. J. tt. Woo!». • -h f iMirtgAi Ar I \-v k. P dll TF^NTSYLVANIA All.ROAD (N AND A FT KM JUNK 2N in®, MAIN I.1NE. ntAi N» UCAVK B»Î*A!» e TICKET STATION. •DhIIv. il»!uiy, . xrrpt Sunday. • *N»*w York and 190« -ago Mimtvrt" of t'uUiui*U I'alasw■ cav». V' t Mio , PltLshurg and Li Weste rM K •ll.Jua. m *11.00 a. iu .• 0.0ft p. in .*11.20 p. m .* 4.80 a. iu .* 7.40 a. in . 511.0.»«. w ' WeYi xpr i'.u-JiIc bximv« v* -A »IE ' tally Uiufai » Ki|> ;-»»> . ... II.FIp. .A 7.40 a. ... au. 1 aiel 11.«« e tt'cpn-i" Wk' ll-ven Kt|< '•.v inlie»Wyrs Ex i klïalhlicrspnrg ai t 40 and !».««•.«. ni ♦»in» Am hi. ViirCHani 1 a .. .iHliV, II.S' |i. Iv, 6.40 |, .h \ .01. "» Hli d.i verj N. lav ;it 7.4«' n. lean* Rxpn aa, vu» i •bgW, 1 11L\ A] Harrt i.urg »TuU York H.» i.%Uti Tr*l u . HurrUtni -g 5 >»rk and l! A urk, tiU'iii ItalU . II.: .S 6 40 p. y 2.14p. ..*7.40.». k K \ pre*M(M.t*> it. Act "Hi II» > atom cr K nur and f and Y »rk r k Train 14 44 p. iu .. . y5 45 p. |U. nUNiatitoii, •>. in, 7.14, 11.45 (in Hunday, 7.X) t. tn., 7.15. M.l\ 10.15 • •I '•»I ki -I ngt< I mid 10.80 |> &.4 »and 8.16 p. in. Fault Train», 6. 1.» a. <u., 12.4b, 1.46. 2.11 5.15k A.44. 6.16, 6.46, 7. |u. i»u Butnlay, 7,Hu, 8..», » . 45, .1.45, 5.15, 8.15 and Id.löp. u t Bry d II. *1 15, 2.16, i.45, 4.15, 4 '*.16, 10.80 and 11.80 p. .45, a u. Mavr Tral u n, S.1U, 6.46, 7.15, 7.« .15,8.45, f0.|.\ 11.4&a. IU.. 12.45. 1.45. 2.16, .46, 3.15, 8.4.Ï, 4.15, 4.4«, 4.46, 5.15, 5.46, b.16 6.45, .4.5, 9.16, 111.80HIKI II.a» I». III. On Hun.lav, 7.» •to, ».:*). 11.46». III.. I. 2.45, 3.44, .*.15, S.1S ÜyebÆ'hï avcoiuniiMl.-uiun, s. »4 ■ ti!V*a 4& *m;. 46, l, 7 '5?Î5 '• Train« arrlvi-'—Kroin I'lttsburK. 2.— 16, 7.25 p. in., ilally, 4.25 a. in., Mumlav. rroin Krl«- anil Wl'ltaiu-» f i»rt,' 7.50 ». m., «lally. except Momlay. rum Buttuloan.l Niagara Vail», 7.50 a. m., lally Ui Haven, :i. 16 i*. m., in Walking F.linlr» ., dally, except Hun •r Rxpn-M, 7.4o a. .. 4.1«. 6. ^ p.—., i., 2.15,, nday,7.30 ii. I». ni. Ou I 10. L5 p. IU. d 7.1 , I I dxeept Î xeept Momlay. ally «•xc*-|»t Hunuar. i mi %V 111 lain»port, 7.26 p. Fn VS. NEW YORK DIVISION. 1HA1 NH LkAVK HIM FOU N K.W Y< D HTKRJDT STATION UK. Exp res« «»n v 4. 5 except M amt 11 a. m 3 Ä, *'l Kx press, i.:*i, ...7.45, » au«l » a* p. iu M •lay», 3.16, 3.21), 8.45, ».30 a. III., 4, ( Lint It eil Expru»». 6.20)0.80, 7.45, »aiul 8.2*» j). iu, and 12.01 nltfiit. ir Brooklyn, N. Y., ail through trains eou u« « ! at Jersey City with hoata «»I 'Hlmbklv Annex," affording direct transfer to Kaltou street, a\ oldluK douhle lei i tage aud Journey i across New York city. Express for 8ea Ulri, 3.15, 3.2ii, .,80, 0.20, 5,20 p. III.) 1, if, 4, 5. ami 12.01 night. ( )n Sum! f at Spring Lake, Ocean Beach, AHhury Kara ami Long Branch, I 2.4), 3.00, 3.â0, 4. Oce I. P in., on week «lav». Prom kknhinhton station front and NORRIS STREETS. Run for New York, 0.56 and 8.40 a. week-days. FROM MARKET STREET WHARF. Express for New York, vlaC • 8,50a. in., and 4.8i> p. in.,on week-«lays. Cirove suit Long Branch, Ac., 1 Berkeley. 7.30 a. in., 4 p. Kxprem« for Tom's Hiver and Intermediate ' station», 7.30 a. in, and 6.20 p. iu. Tuckertou, 7.3US. iu. Trenton, K . •i 4.U0 p. in. BELVIDERE DIVISION. FROM BROAD STREET STATION. Dally, except HumUy- Express for Lambert ville, Easton, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton, Bing hamton »ml (ittwego, 8.00*. in., 12.01 ami For Scranton 6.00 p. «1 Water Hap only, 4.00 up a Hor "»mti.-rtvlll.;, a n. m. For Fleming low, 8.00 a. in., 12.01 and lYaiii»arrlve«hil|y,e*o«:p4hu*nlay—F 9.50 a. in. ; 3.60, 7.46 . FROM KENHINUTON STATION, FRONT a mi Norris streets. Daily, except Sunday— Eïprcbb for Lamhertvlllc, Kasloii, De I aware Water (ian, Scranton, Hlng hamtou - * " " " For S« Kor L F«»r Fli ialngt Sleep) ng-ca (lic-stnui »in Street Station } £aJu)'n, <1 9 65 p. m. •N liter (iap only, 3.35 p. ui. 2.10 p. m. )a. ui.; 12.01 be had 11 le, «1 3.30 p. m. tiek» lb, tvin Chestnut bier < fempauy will call for &uU •iu hotelb and residences. Time be obtained al the at BroaU and •t, ami Broad The Unto Ir; clic k b car«lb stations aggaa« ir«.iu hotels « i«l lull liii(trniati«*n c •) at the following N o. 838 Chestnut street, h. E. «-or. liroad I Chest mil. 116 Market street. No. 4Cbelton N TTCKXT OKFICRb: . tiermaut'n. No. 324 Federal St. Caindch. CHARLES K. PUGH, General Manager, J. R. WOOD, Ueueral Passe tiger Agent. all at GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. DOUBLE TRACK—STEEL RAIL«. «PLEN DID SCKN ERY,MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL IU.L WAY. BJrrUCT MAY It 1888.— elty time. — TARD Trains h Mall Ti «• Hal time folio ain, -laii) « \ccut bunday, for «»rlh aixl M'ent. 7.:t0a. in. N Chic» iWu. Fhst Line, .tail Harrisburg Pa bua«lay. Western Expr«- W Mall Expn-s, \\ d Limited Kxpn ;■ Weit*. «lally ..10.45 a. . 10.45 a. dally >*F ... 4.80 p. ... 8.46 p. 11.15 it. in. 1 10 (JO I.My .. t, «lally odatlon, 8.3U6.3U6.3Uau«l .-plbuuilay. bumlayouly p. in., -lally, , W.3Ü Cockeysvltli- A 2.8U, 5.00, 8.U), 9.:w». m., l.M ana io p. For Hanover and Oettysburg, 7.30 a. For Grei-u bpruig Branch, 6.® a. in., 3 and 5.80 p. in. Fur ticket-* I«» all pointe Kasl, North and V\ eet, aunly at Calvert button, at Northeast corner Baltliriori; and Calvert street*, Station. Baggage< resldonees <» Baltin, »•station, 9.80, u.:«> a. m., • • ■» .. ö u , K j ay> to U u loi called f«»r and checked at hotels n orders left at office, northe «1 Culvert street s. BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RAILROAD. from UA&.VEKT STATION. TAKING EFFECT JUNE 12, 1883. For Washington. 7 a. in. 3.15 aud 8..M ». ih dally, except «m, «lay, and 4.20. 7.35, 9.45 au.t aud111.96 a. m an«1 5.00 and 7.10 p. in., «tally. For Pope'» Greek Line, 7.00 a. ui. and 4,10 p. m. daily, except Sunday. For Annap«»lls, 7.00 a. m, dally except Humiay, and 6.U0 p. in., dally. For Klciui ond end the South at 4,20 and 9.46 a. in., dally, and 8.15 p. m., dally except Hu n«tay. For the Sum h v la Virginia Midland Railroad, at 4.20 a.u»., dullv. anil 8.66 p.m., except Sunday. 7. lop, m.. siimlayouly. For r. and o. k. K.. at 3.16 aud 8.65 p. m. dally, excejit Sunday. For Norfolk via i'oiomac River ste «lay, We«luesday aud Friday tire Fall is for 27 Moo - FROM UNION STATION. For Washington, 4.! a. in., 2.55, 3.21 day, 4.8(1 6.60, 7.2b p. lit. X. Midland Road, at4.30 a. „ p. m., except Handay. 7.20p. to., F«»rC. 4 0. Road, 6,50 a. m., dally, except »nu dity, 2.. n,.; (limited), 8.26 p. m., p. jn., daily, exuept on bunday. FROM PEN NöYLVAN IA-AVKNUK STATION For Washington, r TO.. 3.30, 5,15, 7 26 at 6.5», 7.50, k.o5and 7.46, 9.50, If.«) • On Sun 3.« 6.10 ami ., dally, 9.05 Bunday >. Id, 7.29, 9.05 p. 46» 9.50. 11.40 a. For d 9.06 7.60, 9.66 and 11.46 a. p. to. On Bund a. m., 6.16 and «•ft. I*. TO. F ' jr ,An i, « l Pul | s, 7.10 a. in., dally except Bundayt 5.15 p. m., «tally. L.EAVK WASH INUTON IOB UALT 1 MOUK A i 8 - w, j »•*>»n.uo.ao». m-, l.aa ..ai, «.«. ''.™.n<" 0 .a»p. ». Os Sunday^ .1 «.an îo.ao». m . 4 .^ 6 .«jj 7 .ao, k.m wid ltf.ab p, ^.kA.A.eUaffis»l£i'r- A * 1 und HAILHOAO hlNi W ILMINGTON & NOR TH kun H. K. SB5F «OING NORTH. " Dally Bundayt. *nn«iays only. m.p. m.p.in.ixtn, p.m «I« am 415|7oa»io •* ■" 1 54 6 13 7 HI 7 4«, A 6U 2 H2 7 00 6 (M>| 8 *> 4 40 3(r2 7 Hi j 9<W 5 IN P« in Rtftttoni SÄI babonf. . r. Ford .1. Lena pc.... Co* tea ville ; ft Wayne.. J. via 19 ttÖSßSMSI Read! I I*. ,» It 7 20 : ; t<> 7 IM 610 I 6 28 I-' 15 j » 28 5 86 I » 64 6 06 1 02, 8 18 7 4» 2 05Î 8 50 8-3) 0 54 8 12*10 HOI 2 401 4 26, »80 8:1 lo :« GOING SOUTH. Dally except bunday. Hundays only. Htatlons. Bir-isboro. Hprlngffeld Warwick Ht. Peter's Waynes. J. (Ivnleavllle 4 4S! Lenape S77'7«l0 4U| to. p.m 6Mil TOO 8SO 6 Oil 7 86 4 «6 6 84- 8 06 4 88 8 46' » 1» 8 561 « 80 H 24 8»|% I » P 8 .p.m.a «61 9 86 10 25 8 52 606)11 M 422 I 16 111 2 » 'll 45 68» 924 ! i M 9 661 8 6H 6 29 5 »12 6 06 6 50 (•Ha »49 6 17 6 02 Dnpmit. t' liming 1 P.A B. ît F r 6 28 For connections at Wllnilugton. Junction, Lenapw, t^atoevilie. Junction» BiM^hor tables kt all stations. C'l>add 's Ford Warne« I • d Mea.-lair, b e time L. A. 60 9 CU. F. , ^ ,»'Mn.,Ps#a. Aaei»i. J. H. T H«>M1 *h>n, (tauer 1 Hupt. in\-25 B altimore à FiiiLAiiELPHiA r. k. i'HaNUK of houkh. ol after Jl! V K tat, 1W8, tral ' I ■ will follows; ! Wilmington 7.06, in,»!,*, m; «.:» p. w,. Arrivent l~ind. ni». rg, H.W a. in; 12.00 noon. ».Vfp. m. *nndav*, leav» Wilmington, 10.89 a. 6.«>i> u Arrlv, id nd.Miht.fv il.40a. dfberg 4.80 ». . 7.10 p. m. m; 12.50 p. ni. 8.oo a. m: ÏM n. m. W «'»*rei,wr\«ler.i»erif,8.0Da. in- twp.Di. Ilmlngti.n, ».10 i, to. 5.fin. in. !>. OONNFIJ., supcnnondcnU Arrlv.- ni W1lnu Humtav Arrivé ^JAMDEN AND ATLANTIC R. R. UN AM* A FTF. U JU N E 80, 1/WS, TRAINS Wll.L lkavr ah follows FOR aTLa XTÏC CITY : VI ill* Sin >r,i •k-it», » Kx II.4J. ». m Jl. JM. ill. *un<iay.7.i 4. ■ '»> only. 2. 1 t «u Sttael F«* 1 v » . .. m. HiMtUa*, 4.*i and •k >> • p. iu ..ft' In will It* « vc above K •In •k •I 4.:«»p. m. \* «I i :«j p. m. I' 1 to all cvprcidi traliid. Ill 1 avc lltc above F»nly* •I» b V ralu •lady at 6..'ft»a. LOCAL TRAIN« FROM 1*1111. A OKI.I'll I A. F>»r Haddunflcdd fr» «I Hha<*kaiiiax4Mi •riel Ferries, 7.00, H.r«, lu.io and 11 00 a. in.; 2.U0 III., 2.00. 4,00. 6.00. 6.80 p. IU. re > only, 6.45, 7.80, 9.3oa. m.Froiu afreet onl , 5.80p. iu. Sunday train» leave both Ferrlos al 8.00 aud 8,80 \ Htoaei .. «ud 4.'JUp. ill. Fr u. IV« .Mark* t b F or Al ylvaiila K»l I road Slat Ion, foot of ., 2 61», 6.W> and 11.80 p. d»V3. 9.80 a. iu., 6.80 |t ui. ir Vine and Hhiu-kainaxon m Ft hi; 4.*u, 4.:*>. «.no loot of .MarkiA . Fro 8.«»:S m., 4.80 u. r*-et, H.30|>. in. For 11 , Trum Vine uudHliaekaniaxon m, >!*., I.«). 5.80, 6.90 I». ». HI., 4.80 p. tn. ot Market »tu « t, ; li-rrl '.00 |l. UI, >*1111 Haturday» only. !»> fo •et, ii.aup. in. Me, ll.(ft* a. .. 2.90 p. in. Foi Marti • I 1»U- ti« !Me*1for«l, Ml. Holly foot of Marx» t *tre t. •I Interim ' ui.'/z. I 5. Su ml a> », <I Hliai'xa . Fro ■k «lays. «I »liaokamaxon For willUim froi Vine ., 12. (to all expretu* train». J. K. WOOD, ». \\ oodnifl parlor ut %. S. HaNNAUD, Su|Mirtnten<leul. IJALT1MORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. THE MODEL FAST LINK, ANI) T1IK ONLY LINK HKTWKKN THE KAMT AM) THE WEST, VIA WASHING TON. <n'l l*a«s. Agent, DOUBLE TRACK 1 JAN NY COUPLER! STEEL RAILS I I'HKIJULE TO TARE EFFECT SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882. LEAVE CA MDEN STREET STATION ; A. M.tChlcago, Cincinnati, 8t. l.ouls Fast Ex nre»s, It. A <). Palace Sleeping Cars to I lm luuatI, St. Louis and Chlicaifo. 4.40 tWashington an«l way stations, (VA. MIDLAND) South west, Richmond, (via 0.ianMe<i. ) Filleott City and wav stations. V\ ahhliigton and wav stations. 7.K) ♦ Washington Exprès». 7.16 A N N A POL 18, STAUNTON INUTfIN KX. tun Branch. 7.50 tPiedmont. Strasburg, Winchester, Hag • wn, Frederick an«l way stathms, via i Stem. (On Sun«lay to ElllcoLt City only.) Ä ' I'fl rsmuui,CINCINNATI, NT. I.(KTTN, WASHINGTON AND OOI.UMHUH KX TltKNS .lally and (TIICAUO daily «meut Saturday. « Klehinoml and the South, via VoaotiCO). Slgeptng <uvrs, Baltimore to Cl ti ll, l.oulovfile and Chicago Junction. Parlor < ar«, Chicago Junction to Chicago. Sleeping Car», Urafton to Indianapolis, dally except Saturday. 9.10 + Washington ami way sta Ions. Annapo lis on Sundays. 10.30 WASHINGTON PRESS. 6.80 r. AND WASH " Metropolis «1 stations Mal AND LAUREL EX F. M. 12. *5 Washington, Annapolis au«1 way. ion Sunday only, for Washington and i. I.W Kllh-ott Uty aud wav statl 2.50 Washington ami W'ay Stations. (Rich mond. Üuautieo, except Sunday). Con ncetat W Mlilngtan with I. 4 S. C. Co., on Monday, Wednesday and FrhUy, and with Potomac Stemu boat Co. on Tuesday, Thu ra ti Saturday for Old Point Comfort, Noriulk, Ac. 4.00 WASHINGTON EXPRESS. Stops •miup'B Auuapoila Junction, Laurel Hyattsvllie. 4.20 W Inches ter, Hagerstown, Frederick M4 m 3.00 ♦Washington, Annapolis 5.20 tFiwilerlck and way statl«. d.'2U Martinsburg aud way stations. 2*26 T Washington an«i way stations. 7.:*) tPittsburg,Cleveland and Detroit Express. BAG. Palace Bleeping Cars to Pittsburg. 8.46 tCHIt'AGO, CINCINNATI, ST. lAJUIS w as ht syhok and h )Yt7m bus ex /««. i • • ? V- Palace Bleeping Cars to Cliictiuiatl, &t, Louis and Chicago, Lynch liurg ami uie South, via Va.. Midland. »•'A (Sunday only, for Mt. Airy and way. 13.1a Mt. Airy aud way stations. Ii.au Washington anil way stations. Leave for Metropolitan Branch, 7.16 a. r. «12.50 1». ui. For Kot-k ville, t9.(«a. m. aius stop at Relay except 3.0U a. m. », 11. LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE; &.00, 16.80, 6.50, t7. 12.10, 11.26, 2. t7.UU, 7.;*), t Dally. (JO .«..Ä« 8 - 10 ' t9 - 00 « «».«I a. .««Ärr"' "•«.t».«, «Sunday oo.y. other trains n»lly, except bmidav. Baggage called for and cheeked at hotels and r wtTL'Xi:v u i« r ù , üï vfe iï? Îi"koa n\? MlllLN STATIUN "•* 81 W. M. m.EMENTS, Muster «,f T m ns port a 1 1 «»n. C. K. LORD, tien. I» . Agent. fl.VAI'VIAh. r pHE ARTIZANS SAVING BANK. NO. W£ MARKET STREET, JNCOHFuiiATKD JANUARY 24TH, 1861. :elve deposits m>ui 9 a. ua. until 4 p. m. --'dav ami Saturday «-veut age to 7 to 8 o'clock. SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND, ia«!e lu April and October. When ol wlUidrawo they are account« * a* « ep .»IU. 1 bus permanent deposlls comp«»u u.t ir Ins re»t twice In each year. MANAUBitS: a. at open to ■I f » •» H Ute, lent B Sinylb, < harlej W. How land, Nathank l R. »m Henry F. Dure, V\. Haotlngrt, ^•1 ward Fuse.), George W. Hush, George H. t^pelle, M. L, LlchtoiLblofu. *U«v«r<U>arUuKU.n, Job H. Jaekto.n, William H. Swift. Anthony Biggin». - GEORG K.W. BUHH, President. E. 8. UAPKLLK, Vlce pr. lldent. K. T. TAYLOR, 'Treasurer. .1. M MATH KK ft fH 1)21-1 V It. It. KOBINSON & HO., BANKIERS AND BROKERS, Fourth and Market Streets. a. FOR BALE; 10 anares Delaware Railroad. Buy and sell stocks aud bonds oncommiuin., .kJ0.iuwi.ua lMu.i, T .1 p, MtatJMhLAKKOV*. The Remington Standard tyi.«-Wri|«7 W 1 A Machine i in fût. !takîn*: place <1 the pen. What the Sewing Machine in to the needle the Type IMWr I« to the pen. wb 11> Ii ,' l ' Prufewionai hutllip Mi** and HMMl. ■ÄSÄ"" lorour w pkinphlet. V , HOFF, 8 Vi J*AN>'ÄÖKXE.,,|?' holt* Agent*. ,T - W. RAHUE.Man TvJFJ*«* It should Imp in every officeand study ' 'od 15,000 in daily use. fjggfi Endorsed hy ail load-jflHp M »' •ptlo-2m-m, w.f 26 —TU Er 17 LIOIIT-RUNNUMi DOMESTIC F. I y ) I • i t* : if -i T - (j . ) id üTTrmi i> ¥ U » ,K»I. m. r T&*l EE DUE 53 7Si N D I' ART For ull Sewing Mac*>ineN. »ml ti lull line ol DO MESTIC TAPER FASHIONS, tor sale by the Domestic Sewing j Machine Couii 811 MAKKlîr STREET. of p. ui. «.no l»IO-lf m, \ DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S, », Indian Blood Syrup Cures all diseasesof the Stomach, Diver, Bowels, Kidneys, 6kiu and Blood MILLIONS testify to its efficacy in healing the ab« ve-naméd diseases, and pronounce it to be the BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAnJ [JpjgrTiuuranteed to cure DYSPEPSIA. f3rfl AGENTS WANTED. I.abratory, 77 W. 3d St. New Vorl< City. Druppists sHl J KENNEBEC ICE aJnD C( )AL COM J Ex to (via Hag via City KX via ti PRINCIPAL OFFICE, r. E. COR. SECOND ANI> KINO STREETS : -ICE HOUSE AND COAL YARD OjVER THIRD STREET BRIDGE— id No. 209 West Eighth ft. Branch office ami Depot, Fourth anH l*ot)lar PRICE OF EASTERN ICE . pound« dally. pounds «lally. 12 " " <-k .49 cent« per .16 14 " .70 cents per .61,06 44 " M .* » 25 i ' 30 POUND» ANDOVER AT THE RATE OF 60 C7TS. PF.K Iff) POUNDS. The habt negiert or Incivility on Ute part <»f the! driver ahoiild he dIt will receive prompt attention. We k«p «•«•nstantly on luiB«t a CHOICE SELKOTK Ine«, which we pellver 1p eellaXH ffiu? of charge, wherestiO at the o •le k OiF COAL from the <t«l popui •d. IMPORTED BEEE EX and We have "Kaiser," from Bremen; "Pilsen'' from Bohemia, and "Culmtyich" from Bavaria. Con on with ra "WE GUARANTEE THE IMPORTATION. ! M4 -WI HAVE ALSO m Stocckle's and Fehren Milwaukee, 1 ex to Rochester, barb's Stock Lagers. -OUKj I DIA PALE AIES, BRüfVN STOUT * PORTE! -WE BELIEVE UNSURPASSED i SODA WATERS! AS FOLLOWS : Tonic Leer, Champagne Nectar CSder, Ginger Ale, SarsapariH* Lemon. Also White Wii^e and ( ider Vinegars. and iï? FOOKD .BOTTLING CO Cor. Sixth and ( )range Streets, m. * u.t DELAWARE WILMINGTON, JOHN MEALEY NO. 205 MARKET STREET. • WILMINGTON. DKL ( ; Sole Agent lot State ol Delaware lor WERNER; & OCX'S O h jl rn p fx ri e PRICK LI8T. W i n e $7.00 $8.00 Per Ca*e 12 Qta, 24 l*to. 10 DISCOUNT IN 0ÖANTIT1R8. 5 per cent. 10 per cent. 15 per cent. 5 Cases 10 Gases - 25 Cases IMPORTED BELFAST GINGER ALE. BASIS ALE. BROWN STOUT. IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGAR Pure Rye Old Star Whisky, T k Diamond O WhUky.