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Hell* (braauww* m 17*4.) -tnUBHSD «VERY DAI. XXCKFT SUNDAY 61 111 1 Seth TO T« H.ouiaa omcbod "I BELL 4c TAYIiOR »VI •V MAIL. •WH«, . 4 * »H ILaral, . . .-. to covered töre must noie»» etrcaiup tinct. became sav , cfol the S hatch centage cas until aclves. japer port past seated ever i . them tend this do ing still thus three fishes of rises and ties was the a Seth d at in I and *1A WiuMNorroM Tau m wow t»> Ne*« ÄOVCMTItCMCNTa MAY W SVT.-5LTOT 6. A. — I. —U 77!frtB?an WILWHNOTOM, THI BNUA». *7. a_-CS An Udioup ComparlsoD. Our little allusion to the real animus of the Baltimore Day'* oppoatttoo to tire nomi nation ot Hon F. Ç. Latrobe for the Mayor alty of Baltimore by the Democrats el that city, aeems to have »fcirred ite Irritable nature ta the very depth*, ami tt replies in the foltowing querolons and unseemly mau nere"*™ TheV^itl61n(itbh(0el.)GAXKTTK is not per forming. such wonders for the cause of Demdericy In .peiaware that it can afford to undertake to help direct afiafrs iu any other State. We advise It to attend to Us own neglected field. If, however, any one really tplU It that the Day't opposition to the uuulnattou of Mr. Latrobe has grown out of a personal difler ence of any kind or sort It wiu confer a favor us by telling fos informant that be lies. We have not had the shadow of a personal difference with Mr. Latrobe, ^hd have no ill will toward him. We oppoae hit nomi nation, first, because we know U ought not to be made; secondly, because we know that it means defeat. Now, whether the Gazbttb Is "perform ing wonders tor the Democracy of Delaware" not,it is not the province of the Day to find fault with Rbn this score. We very much fear the Day is derelict In its duty to the Maryland Democracy, for surely it cannot expect to lurther the cause of the party by viciously opposing one ot its leading mem bers who is recommended lor the Mayoralty by the leading business interests of the city, and has already filled this responsible post turn In an able and creditable manner. However, the election of a Mayor of Ba> - timor© «âty Is a matter In which the Gazette fa not particularly concerned, and we in tended only to refer to the Day't ill tempered and untruthful allusion to the labors o£ the Gazette for the cause of •«* t Mr Democracy in Delaware. lathis connection think can safeif, and without egot ism, "point with pride*' to the course of thi& paper in the last campaigu. During th* whole of that exciting period the Gazette led the D mocratic battle, expobing the un savory record and audacious pi chosen leader of the enemy oi thi ll boldly ad vanciug to a point where the bravest ieaderb ol t.he Democracy "leared to tread" until we had turuiohed them with the required am munition and established the 6olid truth of the convincing campaign arguments which fir&t saw the light iu the columns of thR paper, before public orators dared proclaim them from the roet. urn throughout tfit Stale. Thunks to the labors of the Gazetts, the campaign was vigorous and aggres give from the start, and it ended iu u sweeping Democratic victory in New Casth county and the entire State. As a comparison which may not be u pleasant one to the miud of our snappish Baltimore contemporary, we beg to call it» attention to the State campaign of 1*80, be töre the Gazette passed into the hands ot its present management. At that time the editor of fie Day was editor of the Every Evening ot this city, aud the latter paper took such an active interest iu thc Democratic cause and labored so earnestly lor Democratic success, that it was accepted as the leading party organ of the State. At a result of the distinguished labors of the Day't editor the Democrats were beaten al most out of sight iu this county, and only saved the State ticket by an uncomfortably close margin. We reaily cauuot determine whether there is any truth in the Day'» charge that the Gazette Is "not doing won ders for the Democracy of Delaware." WP regard the party in this State as being Id pretty good shape, and as there is paign now on hand, and the Gazette in the past sacrificed considerable buslueas for the sake oi politics, we think we are fully justified now in giving politics a rest and paying strict attention to buBiness. It is noi necessary for a newspaper to keep iu a «tant political ierinent for the 6&kt of a few politicians aud offlee L older», and as long as the supremacy of the party is not threatened we can afford to keep out of alt useless tights. The Gazette will advocate the principles of the Democratic party as long as it believe» they represent the best interests of the people,and always be ready to fight its battles, with much better success, we trust, than has thus far atteuded the efforts oi the editor of the Day iu this direction. I had ate a of cam A Market street merchant, iu need ot a nurse .« r Lis sick wife, called upon Regis trar Frpzer. this, morning, and looking ovt the registnrinn of nurses, soon picked out two with satisfactory recommendations, whom he at once went in search of. He thought the system a spien« 'id shows at a glance what nurses are disen gaged, »heir residences, by whom recoui mended and where last employed. He was the first applicant fer this service, but many more will iollow. lt The disgraceful riot at Tenth andO rangt streets, last night, was caused by a number of dissolute aud disorderly negroes, whose outrageous propensities might have been police force been warrants can be checked long ago, had of any account. Even issued and the offenders brought to justice The leading Republic evidently has official aspirathrn ol its colored friends, and iucidentally invites Bailiff Clayton to step down aud paper of Dele sympathy with the Such sentiments In the eolumus of a Democratic paper, a few years ago, would have been deemed treasonable. THIS rATHKRUt iUH-CULTUBE. '« Id«iu*bo<»Uia Klnny Tribe and Mona* ol HI» Yarl«d fcaparlouoea. rTurt, Kid« »nd »arm. 3 "How did yoa cm c«oe to dartae thli Hell* Ui 61 111 l'îfeTe bom workioff at It een« since I 1 ÄÄÄ » Mr. Seth Green, the veterau fish culturist, who h " reply I i™qui-c omcbod out ov«r the watei ontir« »fierumme watcotUK the movement» of the flsh^ of ip out fee f "I covered many characteristics which wert* be töre unknown. 1 saw, u» every observer must see, the destructive «demeura that »re warring against Unit, and I realUed that noie»» aomethlug were done, th * life lu tho etrcaiup ol this country would become ex tinct. TX> counteract this disastrous end became mv life work, und 1 am happy to sav 1 have «ecu it» accomplishment. " , "Were you aucceastul on tin* start?" ",No, indeed. Up to that time »U artift cfol attempt« to hatch «upd r»i»e firh from the »pawn had failed, and X was compelled S * périmant In an entirely new manner, work wa» » careful and tedious one,bid Ally succeeded, and to-day 1 am able to hatch and raiae fully 75 per cent, of all spawn." "Ruormous ! Wh) that ia a lafger per centage than either the vegetable or animal kingdoms produce in a natural condition." know it, but we exercise thegreat4st ( cas In the start, and guard the littln follows until the become able to take care of t eo. aclves. * The foregoing conversation occurred at Caledooia where the representative of this japer wa» paying a visit to the dtate fish latcheries. It, bas been hjs privilege to re port very many interesting eights within the past twenty-five years, but the view pro-* seated .here uxcqejfs in interest anything ever before attempted. i y..w piauy lish are Unsre in those ponds, . Green ?" 'As we have never attempted to coui t them it will be Impossible to say. They *a tend away up iu the millions, though. We shipped over three million out of the ponds this yeur aud there seems to be as many af terward as before. We have nearly every variety of the trout family and many hy brids." "You speak of hylui is, Mr. Green. What do you mean by that I" "I have experimented for years iu cross ing the breed oi the various fifth and still working upou it. We cross the female salmon trout with the male brook trout,and thus produce a hybrid. Theu we cross the hybrid with the brook trout, which gives us three quarter brook trout aud oue-quarter salmon trout. This makes one of the finest fishes in the world fie has all the habits of the brook trout, lives in both str ains ami lakes, develops Vermillion si>oU) on his sides, rises rapidly to a tiy, is far more vigorous and fully one-thiid larger than ordinary brook trout oi the saute age. The possibili ties ol development in the fish world are great, and we are rapidly ascertaining what they are." As the man oi news watched the eouttten ance of Mr. Green, while he was giving the above account, he çould not but fuel that he was in the presence of one of the le v iuv«* gators who, from a rich and life-long experi cnee, bring great benefit to the world. Let the reader Imagine a strong and stalwart frame, surrounded by a fr^me strongly re semblingtbat of Socrates, aud covered With a white silky beard and iuxnriant gray hair. Seth Green, the father of fish culture, is a picture of health, aud the reporter could not help re *'Ii you had seen me the last winter and spring, young man. you might have thought d iffereutly," said the veterau. "How is that? Oue would think, to look at you, that siekn®sf which you knew uo'hl "And so it was until last winter. I w down into Florida m the full to see what kind of fish thev had in th tSt*t« aud study their habits, aud was attacked with malaria in its severest form, and when 1 came home I realized for the first time in my life, thaï My symptoms were terrible. I bad dull, aching jmitjs in my head, limbs and around mv back. My appetite was wholly gone, and I felt a lack of energy iueli Mr f king so. of something ol u u At the al WP Id in for and noi The the has of I was sick. ha 1 otteu heard described but had never experienced Any oue who has ever had a severe attack ol malaria can appreci ate my condition. 1 went to bed mained there all tin* spring, and if th ever r,t a sick nn "It seems hardly possible. How did y completely ?" "My bro her, who had been attiieb-d by u severe kidney trouble and ibreaten«*d with Bright's disease was completely cured by a remedy iu which I hail g re; t confidence. ) ?ui«dy for my a well come to re therefore tried the same rt malaria and am happy t j say I to-day and through the instrumentality >f Warner'» Sale Cure, wl ich I, believe to be i of the most valuaole ol medicines. Iu* deed, I tec it ia indorsed by the United btatefc •dical College of New York, and that Dr. Gunn, dean ol that institution, has written a long article concerning its value." "Aud well as formerly?" remedy on hand all tin* while though and do not I.csi tate to recommend it to other»." " ne qunction mure. How many ponds of fish have you here and how are they divided?" "Well, we have 43 pond» which are di vided up aa iollow* : Twenty-two ponds of broo* trout, two poods ot salmon trout * of McCloud river or rainbow trout, two ponds of German trout, three of California mountain trout, two ponds of hybrids, four ot, one-quarter salmon and three quarters brook trout, two pouds of gold fi»h, aud oue pond of Carp. Then we have what we call the centennial poud or 'happy fand y,' con sisting of crosses of litfiereut fish, inelud ing Kennebec salmon, Laud Locked salmon, California sal trout and hybrids. sizu irom minnows to 18 pounders, aud in age from i you in "Apparently so. I keep the , brook trout, salmon These fish range in half month* to 11 years. I forgot tu say, also, that we have a 'hospital' pond, which is entirely empy,, which s peaks pretty well for a comm unity s. I in iced, the whole secret of fi.-h culture can be summed up in four things. Impregnation—using no Plenty of food. of iili water. Fieuty of pure water and cle liuess." The numerous.fish exhibitions which are taking place i u all partoof Europe and the u.-ual luterest which ie being manifest^ in this subject throughout, the their origin to the proe a« originate«! aud condu orld all owe above described ted by Seth Green It is certainly cause for congratulation to that this country producer« ni whose genius brings value to the world, and it is proof positive of the greatest merit that a remedy high standing known to have should be dorsed ot out He was every A meric; many •u with such Warner's tiafe Cure L strongly cu lt d recommended by one table as Seth Green. repu Josli ISiilluga Heard From. Newport, K. I., Aug. 11, 1880. Dear Bitter »—1 am here trying to breath in all the salt air of the ocean, and having been a sufferer for more than a year w th a iudi»ce«l to mix Hop d have found been been be refractory liver,I Bitte rith the sea gale, the tincture a glori«ius result. * * * ] have been greatly helped by the Bitte not afra'd to say so. Yours without a struggle., and Josh Billings and step Dele the Of the Many Remedies. before the public for Nervous Debility and weakness ot Nerve Generative System there is none equal to Allen's Brai: Food, which promptly and permanently restores all lou vigor; it never fails. $1 pkg., « for $5—At druggist or at Allen's Pharmacy 2151st ave., New York. the years — New JOHN irx » ANLA KKK'H. Phi Blankets are certainly cheaper unless YOU OUV from the Old I stocks cahied over fYom last winter or where goods were ordered and laid in before the Hiaiket broke When the great auction sale of the manufacturers took place ip New York we were sold out and stood ready to buy. The decline in prices as quoted by the commercial papers was fifteen to * twenty fee pèt cent We kid in at that sale 100 cases.containing 5,000 pairs of Blankets, embracing every gràde, size and price. A few cases have been cOBjing in ' , day by day and we could not advertise them because they were sold off as fast as cases opened. Now this hill lot and other lota are in and we notify thf people of our prices to make a satisfactory Blanket Showing. We think pur $4 Blanket as f ood as many that are sold at D. "i V'l We open up this week 10<> cases. Out of these we shall Halil New ( t us the he Let re a not I was a. fferred upon Fart Erie Kan« L«h:W 7.40 ».11 Ç I a. 8.45 iu. 2.45, 5.1 2.4A 7.45, ^rade prices from $1 75 to f 22 per pair. We have a regular $16 Blanket, 14-4 size, 12-pound weight, and shad sell it for $11.50. In short, we intend this to be. and think you will find it is, the best offering in Blanke s of the season. Some of our White Blan kets : » in., and Berth or Steamer Blankets are day »-4 size, 91.60 and |8.i0 per pair. Single Bed Blankets are: U'-4 six«. 91.7A9B, ti. A fl. 7A IA 99 25, f3.®, ♦3,7^ H AA auu|7.5oper pair. Standard Double Bed Blan kets: 11-4 «De, IA 83.50 ÇA r.50, f», 811 an . 83.1ft. 84, 54. .5, 84- A 8A 84.50, I $15 per pair. Extra Double Bed Blankets: 12-4 at re, 154.50, 8A 8«. 8L 8«. 50, |12.5H, «1A. 818.50, 820 And 8Ä per pair. Extra large Double Bed Blan kets: »«.»slDD, fll.50, 812.50, fl5, B16.Ö0, |1«.50 and 822 per pair. ol I Largest size in this Blanket You will is 14-4, at $11.50 find this to be the regular $10 Blanket. r,t u a ) my well We also have as a specialty, a Blanket of California wool and make, up to $25 per pair. : be Iu* Dr. JOHN WANAMAKER. The make-up and general effect—the tout ensemble, as the more nimble French tongue puts it—of a lady's outer dress, is quite iniximplete nowadays without liberal contributions from the animal kingdom,such as Birds, Insects, Reptiles,Kit ten Heads, Beasts' Claws, etc., and Leeches are the latest Parisian novelty— 'Shrimps"is the delicate term. They of Chenille, hand-stitched, in paiis, as pendants, on a lovely cashmere, the ends weighted with iridescent beads that give a rich and pretty effect. Tis very "tone-y" dress pattern. $4.75 to $8 75, per yaH. cl on I.csi they di of * two four oue call con in aro in 11 a unity secret four a water. and Chestnut street ei I ranee, main aisle, left. are the in JOHN WANAMAKF.H. owe to to the The Dr« go man ( loth is a hardy, black cloth, resembling a shooda, all-wool. 42 inches wide, equal to other cloth at dollar, and we can sell it for t)5c. such L cu repu A hard twisted black fabric Would shake the dust well, wonderfully cheap at 37|c. *on theTefî ' uunUir ' Chi stmit street entrance, breath having th a Hop found * ] and JOHN WANAMAKER. and there which lou $5—At ave., John Wanamxkek, Oheetnut, Thirteenth and Market streets, aud < ivy-Halt square, Phl.adelphla. fLULMOAD l.INKIf 5lPHÏa,WI1 fiina"a-AW! J1TN K i im*. TMIh win Imre Will.«tan u Iollow. for ; Ikdelpkiaaudlm.-rt «Mut« station •—9.4K7.M. 10.«u, ». n. 3.»t. 4.00. !.»), ».«. p. m. PkllMh-ipMa («ipri«i>i-ii.i», i n, 7.50, 6. is. New York—2.uu, 2.23, . - . 0,«'. 0.ÄS, 11.» ». ip. •a.8*. 1.64, 9.9(9 6.17. «.*, 7.00. p. in. B|ltl*pire an* U.l, H&titmoro -w. !• 1 . W Blr B Phi ' , to as at -dial» 1 SiAUSMl L<H «.00 I». III. Ü Bay Une Baltimore and Waal»» »» Halil more only--1.06, a. ui. 12.27 .67 p. m. i U>U-l.«L 4.41, «. «.57, 11.04 p. m. '.17 .11.00p.m. 'traîna Tor Delaware Division leave Tor: New CaaUe-4.00, 9.10a. m. l.Uft, *.00, ma» p. ui. Harrington and Intermediate atattonsL1.10 a. ». 1.06, 9.25 p. Ml. Ikltnar and Intermediate sialiens—9.10 a. m. .Uf) u. ». Rxpr*.«s w»r Deltnar, 4. SUNDAl 1MA1NB. Philadelphia and iuterinM«iaie»M.nona—8.10a.m. 12.00 m. 5.80. 7.80. 9.5'., o. m. Philadelphia and New y ork—2.00, 2.28 a. «.8ft, 7.28 p. m. Baltimore and Waahlugtou—1.42, 4.51, 8.06, 9.17, a. in. 11.04 p. id. Baltimore-« 1.05 a. m. Vor further Information passaager« are fferred to the time tablée posted at the depot. JV^'ratna marked thasi (*> are IlmlttHl exprès» upon which extra fare u • barged. m. 5.17, 1. H. WtK>D, General l'aMen*er Agt. ncral lt»nav»*r. ([44 AH. K. 1-4)461.. , PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON ANI> AFTER JUNK 25, 1882. MAIN LINE. TKA1NH LRAV r K BKOAO HTHKKT BTATION. vDaUy. 41 »ally. txocptHauday. "New York aud . hlca»so Llmluxl" pf Lhijlmaii Palace cars... . Fart b*«e, Fltiahiiri/ and the Wwt . Webieru Rxprpfeh. . ratifie Express W'eat . Ffornsbury STspn-ss. Nlairsra Rxpress. Watkins Express. Erie Mall and 11.2D a. in 11.05 a. in 9.05 p. m *11.20 p. in * 4.80 a. m .I 7.40». m MLUfta Ruffaic Kxpreaa daily ean-nt Saturday.. Kan«- Kxprcttfc . L«h:W llaVvo Rxprt-b MarttnsnurX 1* pleat «JhamlM-rwhurgr and Hayerrtowu Kxiifraa |4«8C 7.40 and U.06a. in . .IhU> , U. 8P p. m. Tor Chaai hernhurg only, 5.40 n. m. SItenandoah Valu-y Railroad « very weak day at 7.40 a. in., and Nuw Or leanfc Kxpreaa, via I uomra, dally at.... ttovrDtmrg ami York Express iation 11.» p. m I 7.40 a. DO »£ y and Chatta 11.» p. li« It: ».11 Tr»ln. Ç ar rlsh u Accoin in York, Han Columbia aud York A PafkAfthurif Train.. .I 2.14 p. in .I 7.40a. m k Kxnreastll.cm». m •dation. ..44 44 p. in ■ 55 45 p. tti. I Sow lit n gt ft w n A«ycotn hum latlon, 8.10, 7.15, 11.45 a. in., and 10.80 p. tu. on Sunday, 7.80 a. rn., 8.45 and s.iAp. u.. * Paul!Trains, 8.n, 7.15, 8.1&, 10.15 and 11.46 a. ID.. 12.45, 1,45, i. 14, t. 45, 8.15, 8.45, 4. 15» 4.45, 5.15, 5.45, 4.15, 6.45, 7.45. 9.15, 10.»i and 11.80 n. iu. On Sunday, 7.;k*. 6.;iu. «.»and 11.46 a. ui.. l. 2.45, 8. -»5, 5.1 A » 16 Bryn Mawr Trains, 5.1 A ».4o, 10.15, It.«.a. 2.4A 3.1 A 3.4 i, 4.1 A 4.44, 7.45, 9.15. 10.80 an ■ to for .1. 1 10.15 p. ui. .1A 6.45 7.15, 7.45 u.. 12.4A 1.45, 2.1 A .4A 5.1 A 5.15, 8.15 8.4A to it s d 11. k. p. rn. «>r. Sun.lav, 7.8U, il... I. -.46, 3.45, 5.1 A A 16 and » 9.80. ll.-t.» a. 10.16 |>. UI Wert Che *r Expiet "dut lou, 5.1 A 6.46. 8.45, 7.4a, 11.43, a. iu, Trains arrlve—Kr.. in., *.16, 7.25 p except Moiidav. a. m., 4. H. 5.40 p.m. 11.45 a. in., i. id, Huu day. 7 . 3 d 7.61. a I». I, 5.L> ami lu.ion. n.. I Pittsburg, 2.55 ; H.lly. 4. Wi'ilaiilb . except Mon. lay. Fall», 7.«) a. m., laliy ■k Hav 7.a. ui., Buffalo and Mh By VSi exceptM( >n day. Kr« daily except Sunday and Williame port, A. 15 p. in \S atk'i ü», ., dally, eX( ept Su Kt day NEW YORK DIVISION. TKA1NS LEAVE BROAl) STREET STATION FOB NEW YORK. f3.®, h y? S-'TJijfea week-day», 8.1A 8.20 3.4A »•20, 0.8Ü Exprès», A 20 p. ni.) 1. x 4, 5. 126.96.36.199.45, 8 aud 8.20 .. and IÛ.0I night, «in ^unduv», 3. i.\ 8.20, 3.i r >, .«>a. in., A (Ltiniu l Exprès». *.»)».»), 7.4A ).A0, 1.80, in 8,a>n. in, and 12."1 night. Brooklyn, N. V.. a'l tliAMiigh trains cob at .Jersey City with boitt» of ''Brooklyn lx," alfordiug direct iiansfcr to Fulton u Journey ■ I AI , '"billig double ■rriage Lake 84.50, 818.50, |1«.50 New V« for Sea Girt, Sp oury t «•liy. F.XJ.I i- u V. G i ■ u. i di HINGfoN STATION FRONT AND NOR 111» STREETS. Express tor New York, 6.5ô an wiek-tlay». FROM M A RE ET STREET WHARF. Kx] rum lor New York, via c 4-80 p FltoM KK Trenton, w' ,C k t •1 Lung Branch, Ac., River and Berkeley. 7.<ft)a. in., 4 p. Exprès. UT I I Tom's Rf 80 a. and Intermediate will Tuekertou, 7.3u a id 4.1 P $10 BELVIDEKE DIVISION. FROM UIIOAD STREET STATION. Dally,except Sunday — Ex| Eat. hau ' Lamberivlllt), », Blug d 8.ÜU p. h|>, Be. V. : Ej For Kle [• ept Sunday—From £as"'>n. Trains laliy 9. !*} a. FRGM EE IN t. TUN STATION, I NOBRI» B I REK I te. ally, except Bunday -Express Easton, Delaware Water Gan hauiton at For «cran FRONT ie rtv II let , B'-iantou, bing 7. frGai liy, 8.35 p. I ill.-, 2.10 p. in. For Kleraiuglou, 7 Bleeping . ; 1 and 8.89 p. in. had xt Br« street, aud Bros Chestnut •■«ill pan y will call for am) h., Street Stutl as etc., in give Tis cl ! • in hotft» ruiatlon can be obtalne*l '>î Chestnut S. E. cor. Broad Market btreet, 'helt on a m' station» au-i at i U« followln f No. o38 lid Htri-»*t, 1 Chebluu : < N TICKET N •. »ieriualiCni . Canu)« ui No. AM Federal C'HARLEB K. PUGH, Gene J. R. WOOD, General P = n«i-i Agfîiî GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. DOUBLE TRACK-STEEL KAILS. SPLENDID SCENERY,MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL Ha.L i WAY. —taking kkkkct may il i888.— Trains leave lUltlin« Mall Train, dally except the North and West. Chicago and Limited Express, daily iclty time, ; Sunday, follows : for aro . 7.40 a. We Fast Ll Harrisburg l Sunday._ West! Mall Exprès.', Park town Ac «lady lailv. West. nger, dally except 10.45 a. m. 4.40p. m. Exp ■Sh, «laily .. W. st, .laily h.45 p. iu. 11.16n. rn. dation. 8.140 5,40 6.40 and 10 00 Bumfay. Buudayonly, y.40 '.rtatloa, 9.40, U.40 a. in., . On Bunday, P P< d 1.H0 „ (Jockey in 5.00 ■■ •I 11.1 . Hint H) p. n>. t (ieLtysburg, 7.80 a *■ u . ni. d 5.40 kl d West, Nortbeaal «-«truer at Uuibn For ticket u, ,n point» East, North ajndv at « alvert .Station. Ifaltlniort-and Calvert btreets, and left. B talion. U called^ for and checked office, n«*rtheait re4i aer Balt BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RAILROAD from LA a. VERT BTATION. TAKING EFFECT JUNE 12, 1883. d Lai vert Streets. a at for For Washlngt ïü!» y ,\ ' l *P l »«»day, and ILL a. ut.. un«l&.00an«l rope'ii Creek Line, 7.U0a. «laily, ex« .-nt Bunday. F ïnd 5.» d, " ly «"'"»und.y, ForRlchn,"M àn«! the ^outh at 4,21) and 9.48 a. ForHbe IS<mUi n vta Virginia Mldlland^UrmSL^at "fn 1,1-1 ,,ltUv xu«l e.65 p.ttx., except Bunday. «.lop. m., aumlayonly. For l. MHi «». K. K.. at 3.15 and 8.K p. dally, except Bunday. ' H--' V1 f 1'utomac River steamers, Mon day, Weduesday and Friday at 11.35 a. u». FROM UNIUÄ BTATION. on, 7 a. . 8.15 and b.oo p. m. «1 4.2Ü. 7.36, 9.45 and 7.10 p. ni., laily. . and A lu p. m.. well, For Washington, 4.au, «.60, 7.06, 7.46, 9.60. ll 40 3.26, 6.11), 7.20, 9.OK p. m. On ü\in *'•**, 7.45, 9.50, 11.40 a. in., » io and ». Midland Road, at 4,80 a. m., dally, u 06 p. m., e,cH p ' Huri , Uir . 7.20 p.m., on Bunday Fori . in, Road, 8.50a. m., «laily, dxy. - lu. (limited,, 3.26p. i p. in., «fully, except on Sunday. FROM 1*EN NSYLVAN LA-AVENUE BTATION ™ fl*Äl^pffton, 8.56, 7.10, 7.50, 9.55 and U.46 a. 'J 7 26 " na 9 ' 10 P- "• On Bunday, p. m 7 W * * and 11.4» a. m., 5.15 and 7.Ü For Annapolis, 7.10 a. 6.J5 p. in,, «tally, ^LEAYE WASH 1NGTON *OH BALTIMORE ?.Y; 4 F«»r -jeept ^u« i.t aud 9.06 dally except Bunday; •■-Ml 6.2», }. 's «I 10.49 ». m., 1.40, 4.20, 4.#J, L* 1 >■' » a. S.?1.^.«V^»2b St 5i*». .» ... SsÆr 4,rt - aud is. ip. MAJLMOAO LIN AITILMINGTON & Il THEIIN K. H. Til*« Table to m> lato effect Jkly OOINU NOKTH. Bali y except ■unday.. NUR-I se* 1 -fe Station». Wilin'."« I am.a.m.p.m.p, 111.p.rn.il.m.k.111.p.n !• *B»1( 700 f I 0*1 * «dr»»!7 (mi 19 ftap' 1 "!.: 7 30 11 26 »»1:0*1730 1 . Kuril J. 7« 146! 6112 7 20 7 40 Lcnap- 7« 161 61» 7*1'7# W arwick. 6 »6 in 4» Hprlneflelil 6 521 9 2» 1 02' » IS' 7 40 Blr »born. 7 »7 »64 2 06 »Mi 8 30 B AK"?' j » 1* 10» 1 2 60 4 26 8»u ; » 8 5 8 ft! ao u: 5 n> II 9 28 5 »I MM «01 '.17 M I » ■ GOING SOUTH. Dally except Him day. ui. ». m. Hundayji only. Btatfoas. Headin* » I*.A K.8. 1 Blrtshoro. »/lvu-r. PÂ4 4JI*Î| fSlasq Ifeiisjisiia am.a.in, a.in.a.iu.p.m.p.m.a.m,n.«i I • in »o»i • » * im b »>! raérçî) i »I • »»ilO 25 3 52 « 0»! 7 & I » I9j IM 11 14! 4 22; « M in m !u«» 4 6 4» »191 «7*4 « m . 4 H I • I • 2 b « : <1 H «28 1800« fl «481 ,10 aij 7 t»UI«*t*Ui6*6)uiu. U 6, WIWKK. J. H. THOMMO*. UWW4I Ml»,!»'. *** A< £t26 pALTTMÖKK^PHI^K^HU H. K. ItBl fo'lUwV" 1 '* t * r iV " '**• ' m " ,|n * Y>U Dm >• , 8^; A«p. m. >usd*,N l«»e WUmlnitu.B, 10.» ». m.. mi») ».00 p ui. Landenherir, 11.40 a. in. 7.10 p. m. I/«av«' bandenherg ff.Qô a. m ; 12.50 p. m. Arrive at WUnlnatoa *.«> a. mt 2.16 p. » Hundaya. leaveIjxuder.here,8.00 X. » ê.mfrt. t Arrive Wilmington, 9.*. m. 5.4 _1). TUt mU Hupen 0AMDEN AND ATLANTIC R. R. ON AND AFTER JUN 1C m, 1888. TRAINS WILL LEAVE A B KOLLO WH : FOB ATLANTIC GITYi From Vine IWraet Ferry Express 9.45a. m. t H.i* 4.ooaed«.r day oaly, 2.09 p. in. On hu in in m in m m ndent. |4«8C m DO week-dAV ». on Hatu ity,7.*0 and 9.40 1 Frpin Hhakamaxoii St reef Ferty-IxAfei* An wviii dAya,!.»ini.,8.00, 4.9U aiul 5.80 p.ia. On Saturday on>y, 2.00 p. m. on Sunday, 7.» ai d 8.80 a. ni. ArromniraUtlun Train will leave altove F* rrlli « u:: week-day a at 8.00 a.in.and 4.89 p.m., i;.d 1 Sunday at 8.00a. in. aud 4.80 p.m. Parlor ears atfaohed to all expr«M« trains. Excursion train will leave the above Fen dally at S.8oa. at. in m m in tti. 11.45 rn., * 11.46 4.45, n. l. LOCAL TRAINS FROM PHIL ADKLPHl A. F«»r II addon field from Vine and Slmckainaxt Sreet Forrles, 7.00, S.rQ, i0.(O aud 11 00 a. ii 12.00 in., 2.SO. 4,00. 8.00. A80 |>. in. Fro-ii Vlin- »tree > only, 6.45, 7.80, «.»a. ta.Frckn Hliaekamaxon street onh, 6.S0p. ui. Sunday trains leave both Ferries at 8.00 aud 8J80 a. in., au«l4.80p. m. Pennsylvania lull mad Station, foot of Market «tree«, 7.80 a. m., 2 R», 5.o-*»nd 11.» ni., week-days. HnndaVs. 9.60 a. For Atco, from \ Ferrie» 8.0Ua 7.45 A 8.4A ! . t ., 8.80 p d Shai'kaiuaxon atnlx-t 7.8U, and !.. 12.01 i>, m. SundavA m., loot of Market at net, II.;*) p. For llaiuiiwnitou«irom Vine a>al äUseknmaxon III. ÇTTles, W.TOa, in., 4.80, 6.80. r.UU p. m •lays, 8 .m»h. in , 4.ai p. in. Siitorday» only, Market stiret, 1l.80p. m. 4..U, 4.;*). tuuu 4.80 b. w. Kr« id, . 3 a H from I I lay. laliy For Lakualdn, 11.00 a. Koi Marlton. Mudf-rd, Mt. Hollv and Interulu - diale si «lion», l< ai e foot of'M-trh- t »tr- t,w«ek days, 7 8U a. m. t 2.«0aiul 5.09 j». m. HundaU, .80a. iu„ X:»p. m. From Vina an Jahad a .11 Ferries, lo.ooa. in., week days. For '* HHaumtown, from Vf ne and strfwt fern.x, §.««». ni., 12.00in WomfriifTpAiior w. n. bann arc, fill pertnteudcni. ., 2.00 p. in. Su tf M hadtam Asian. , 4 80,8.00 p. III. «11 eXiireas trains. J. K. WOOD, tn i rav- ak«» .at 3.4A 0.8Ü .. 3.i r >, 7.4A 1.80, put a lil'lZA NÖ SAVINU NO. V»? MARKET STREET, lachUF«, oA a'E cob Fulton At» •! A NI' r«-n to rtTelv«* depoait« 1Y, m» and on Ttie«dtiy and Hatur a. m. until 4 p. day WVSttlHjrs s ..'cl'« * 'F\ l A NC A I- DIVIDEND, u de April and • »etotu r. Wi e, tthd '■■MV.If.îï th \ p üiu. Tliua pi ll lut. r.«#t Lain., .1 AND AN A G Elite, l.t li. -1.. W. ||. v\ eU'iH d. ] M. L. Kd wa I Llcl.fi« <1 Darlin Job D. -Jack i..i U liliaiii H. Swift. ►. Ac., 4 p. . . Hantln - >, tlward I*. -«>, Anthony Higgins. (» Km KG E W. BtJHtt. President, E. B. GAPELLF, Vite PfeStdettl. R. T. TAYLOR, T fehtl-ly R. ROBINSON & Co «'-AN KEHR AND BROKER» R. Fourth arid Market Streets Blug p. Hilt SAUK: 10 snares Delaware Railroad. Buy aud sell suk- as and txmds » «euer» or « redit available in all ft* on Fnçkand, I . lat»ff £as"'>n. corn nil Nil or the w I . V- owl FRONT nn II let bing POSITIVE CURE Only Two Bottlje«. FOB Catarr in. Bros BAY FEVKIt. am) JJL. [^fe|^p ; a?:-sS3 ttihow* ^ * * l*l|« 1) uHlicti d for li ydai> with lfay F.«|«-E lid - sais 1 pur . ,,. x ,, Df ui L w nfti r« few unllri ru.iAl Jt. W!V1> HAltltt 6, L«.t(T "nrrler, Newark N rill tions, I relieved. « m Ha.L i .1 y-feVe» LY hy the mtl< te flhger l|nté the ucwirtls. By absorption It eH fcctually clean kps the ua.ial paaaaKes of cfctarrhfcl virils, .-aiisrnc hsaltby secretions. It allay« liiAammatton, nrotects the meinhrana« 1 Iulutfs ot the head from addtttoeal cold«, com I nierai y heals the »ores and reetores trie laste and smell Beneficial refmlt* by a f w anpllcatioas. A tborouc will cure. Uneuualud for ool Senaforclrcu^r.f PPI : m. truatin able to By mall «De. à m. iu. rn. 10 00 y.40 in., Bunday, BALM GO - I. * 5.40 West, «-«truer Uuibn Lottery $30,000 tor $2. ONbREÖUUyi MONTHLY DRAWIN & TAKE nlace in the Maaonke. Ha Masonic Temple Bulhllng.ln Loulovllle, Ky., Thursday, October 25. 18H3. G ill, a. Bunday. ' Mon m. and laily. m.. orf 100.000 for the prompt payment of ail prllae» m th« A REVOLUTION IN-BI-N«+LK N U M H Elf. DRAW INGB. AF"Every ticket holder Sis own supervisor « an call out the uumTier on 1iL ticket and see the corresponding nmiiber «m the tag placed Iff the wheel m ala Dresen««e. These orawlngs Jill R^dtÆ,îSï,„fe n T" ,r ' <Uy OCTOBER SCHEME. ll 40 ü\in and u 06 Bunday a. Bunday, 7.Ü rFvtxe.,. ...MOJOOU l Pii»«.. ifte s 500 each. 6 " 2-) • 100 " too " 500 •• 000 ^u« 9.06 *S :: . >1. K I 1.000 •• 10 9 n " Approximation' 9 ■ I a Bunday; niAfio 1,867 Prises. WHOE.BTlCKVra.92. HALFTK.AÎR» 27 Tlok.bEISO; 66 Tle.e.u, 910* kUmll MoMev or Hank l«r»ltln o. mId<1 j'oÂr.Æ ÄÄÄKptA 4.#J, St 4,rt - MlHVMtH.A S KtHIB - II ) OUR SILENT SALESMEN. // I he silence of the types is goiden. Wifirss 0Ur hill < advertising. But th,ey are worth their cost. At l as t ° ter of a million of our Philadelphia folks get a little '»ton -1 from « 'ak Hall with their morning coffee'and thus r S types becoqae our most active salesmen. To-dav's dutv thetèomplefcest Mock of light Overcoas.' Alls sizes,colors and fabrics at all Sorts of prices from $7.00 mi the quic 18 sorts to $:jnm| f l WANAMAKltR & BRO^r **ii Oax ilma s. K & hnt-r Si^th and M^KKKt. 7 DIT The Remington Standard fypft-WTite? , »•>« V. Â ^latdtfniK which * Mv» place .f the pen. Wlwt * 7k « Hawing Jng profepsloutti J busiiices men. 1 Corn Bpnmiencf J lie!ted. ''end for ol new pamphlet. | WYt'KOFF, 8 £| Mans a b'-n'f.dkj Bole Agents. | J- W. Earli.mJ wrer. 715 Chestnl dt. Phlla. Fa. ■/if. mM, , ß w/i/cr 1» «4) ui« |msu. d « til E1J4 shpuia b« |R kJ | every office and study It! Î V I É . nil U.UtMJ jn um, -1 ldorM-d rtv all I, -«4. * En « plH 2ui- ü,w,r 25 + -rT E- of ill LIGHT-RUNNINC DOMESTIC if t ■I ]? xt l»Ui> i-.-.-Jifei III. fiT • -ut yi»l [DS, H 0 H i: - a IfitUf'iüî* ,/Q^m ÏÆ I c«e a«« III. Tl ■HHi t] "-T-Ï e, NEEDLES IA.N D PAKT For all Sewing Machines, and a full line of DO MESTIC PAPER F4$UlQ>iS ( for sale by the Domestic Sewing Machine Com 814 MARKET STREET. s* pio-tr : z+ . JOHN MEALE\ NO. 205 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. Sole Agent for State ol Delaware tor WERNER & CO.'S Champagne "W in 1) pur ,, f N PRICK LIST. f7.00 Per C»âe 12 do M Ä: |8.(h' 1ii«m»'NT IR «JU1NTITIK8. 5 per ceat, 10 per rut. IS per cent. 5 Cases 10 Cases • aft Cas» - J l|nté eH of It I i'VRTEP »IASS ALE. 8B»>WN STOUT. BELFAST GINfoKK ALE :y west cigak IMPORTED Pure Kye AND e Olé (Vki»ky, Diamond O Whisky. m Ft _ __ JAS.F.WO( )D&C0 TIN AND SHEE - •9 ; i -:'4i •::: 1 j •! of Every Metal Work and Description. G ill, Stoves^ Heaters, Ranj es ajnd the "Favorite J A.M.L« I'- • WOOD & CO FRONT AND ORANGE SIS .WILMINGTON, PEL. KENNEBEC ICE 153 (/(VAL COM PRINCIPAL OP PICK, N. OU*. BKCONÜ A/tU »t I * EETS : -ICE HOUSj; AND CXIAL YABD OVER THIRD STÄRKT BRIDGE Branch Office and Depot, Fourth and poplar sta, and No. 2» West Blgbd 1 st. RlttCJlOr K4BTERN 1C» 4 the the Jill feb*M2 s 000 94 CS«t® pf, r » a «• ..IL» p^okiU 9»JI W cent, per wtiek | IS pound, dally . 1 . »TOUNDB ANDOVER AT THE BA 1 » Of « CT8. PER 100 POUNDS. ^ The least nsalect or Incivility on the partof the driver should *e made y>ojn» E „eLKCTJUI OFtkjAL from the most^opu^ar^^mlnes! 'which wtf^dellver in cellars Dee ef w ï$.S* wagon »an h» used.