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THE GAZETTE,
TUESDAY, OCT. 30.
WIUKMOTON,
Mr. Dean "Bites" the Morning Organ.
Mr. William Dean, of Newark, one of the
plainest gpeaklug rueu of the Ä)untry, has
"riled" the morning organ to such an extent
that it actually accuses him of being guilty
of deliberate falsehood.
W© have looked carefully over tho letter
written by Mr. Dean, which seems to be the
cause of the morning organ's severe dis
pleasure, and can find but one paragraph at
all calculated to occasion cucb an indignant
follows :
outburst, which reads
I cialm to be a Fr«*e Trader in principle,
although, unlil © so ne other people lu the
organisation ot Free Trade clubs, I never
got up so high a-* to hold office in one.
Had I been one of those io the league who
were favored with hivb official position, and
then turned around aDd for money advo
cated protection
titled to be classed among honest and truth
ful men?
Most undoubtedly you would not, Mr
Dean, nor would any other
such lying and duplicity. And this Is Just
what "riles" the morning organ, for every
tin plates,would I been
guilty of
body in this community knows that while
that paper, during the last campaign in
this State, advocated the most radical
protection principles, its editor, Mr. Peck
sniff Sperry, wa» *» memt»er and vice presi
dent of the New York Free Trade Club, aud
chairmtnof the committee to which was
entrusted the important duty oi circulating
books and pamphlets designed to promul
gate the principles of free trade. The hypo
crisy and deceit of tne morning orgau'ft
editor were fully exposed at the time by
the Gazette, for which great public service
this paper has not yet been forgiven. Mr.
Dean torches a sore spot when he incident
ally refers to this .miserable Instance of
downright falsehood for political effect.
However, Mr. Dean need not worry, for a
man of bis personal character and reputa
tion in the community can well afford to
treat with contempt an accusation of any
kind from Mr. Pecksniff 8perry.
Wb doubt If there la any gotxl thing in.
this wide world our windy Sliipley street
neighbor will not claim the credit of, and
therefore, we are not Rurprlscd at Us an
nouncement, in yesterday's issue, that when
the attempt was made, ju«t previous to the
National Democrats Convention of 1880, to
pervert Mr. Bayard's speech before the
Peace Convention at Dover, iu 1861,
into disloyal sentiments, il Every Evening
as the best mode of proving Mr.
Bayard's attitude in the troublous times
of 1860, and to vindicate him from this
chan e begotten of ignorance and malice,
republished the speech in question verbatim,
and the evidence of Mr. Bayard's loyalty
was Incontestible." This
but we doubt it
our recollection in the matter Is
that the speech was first published in the
New York Sun, from a verbatim copy ob
tained from the files of tiie Gazette. We
do know that Every Evening scolded
the Gazette terribly for allowing the
bun representative access to its
tiles for this purpose, but the
best service rendered Mr. Be yard at tho
tiras wa6 the ability of the Gazettb to fur
nish a verbatim report of the speech, un
garbled by partisan malice. It the Every
Evening did publish this speech in 1880, it
was enabled to do so only through the
medium of the Gazette, and though this
fact may be like gall and wormwood, It
not but admit its truth. But of course, wu
do not expect it to give the Gazettb the
slightest credit.
may bo
cceJingly,
60,
The mouxino oiioan thinks that If "all
the tramps, thieves ami gamblers who now
infest Boston, New York, Wilmington, Bal
timore, St. Louis, Chicago, and San Fran
cisco should be shipped to Australia these
cities would go Republican at almost every
election." Wc do not know anything about
the other cities, but it is a noteworthy fact
that as far as Wilmington 16 concerned, this
city never had a Democratic local govern
ment until after cx-Postmaster Lewis, cx
Treasurcr Killgore, and several private
thieves of Repubdcan proclivities had "left
the city for the city's good."
Henrt Irving and Miss Terry made tbelr
debut before an American audience in New
York, last, night., and were given a recep
tion that, must have been flattering even to
the acknowledged representatives of the
legitimate drama in F.nglard. They made
a good Impression, and as their engagement
will doubtless fill
"shekels," they will retu>
the idea that America is the best goose in the
world to stand ample and constant pluck
lng.
thrir pockets with
to England with
Battle Creek, Mich., Jan. 31, 1879.
Gentlemen—H aving been sffllctcd for a
number of years with Indigestion and gen
et at debilitv, by th»* advice of my doctor I
used Hop Bitters,and muft say they aflorded
me almost, instant relic f. Iain glad to be
able to testily In their behalf
THUS. O. KNOX.
Debility,
Neuralgia, Nervous Shock, 8t.Vitus' Dance,
Prostration, and all diseases of Nerve Gen
erative Organs,
leally cured by A leu's Brain Food, the
most powerful invigorant ever introduced
*l;or six for 15. At druggists, or,
Pharmacy, 815 1st ave , New York.
Nervousness, N<
all permanently aud rad
Allen's
Worn tilven
On receipt of your address we will make
an offer by which you c
evening», at your home. Men, Won en,
9 oT 8 or Girls can do n. H. C. Wilkinson
A Cq., 1B5 and 197 Fulton street, New
$3 to $7
MOBN1NU SUMIUUtT.
The U. 8. GOMt «arvey »t«u»*r Ee*re 1.
•efe, end wrifed »I «cw Laudon yc»t*rü»v
morula*.
G ustavus V. Fox who vu assistant Sec
retary of ttte Navy under Secretary Well«,
died yesterday inorniDg In Now York, in the
63d year of hi* age.
The Reading coal steamer Pottsvill©,
which grounded near Asbury Park laut
January, waa floated yesterday. She is said
be in good condition.
Two thousand bales of cotton, destined
for New York, were burned yesterday morn
ing at the South Carolina Railroad yard, In
Charleston. Loss, $100,000.
A storm in Bougbon county, Kentucky,
on Sunday, blew down a tobaccc barn and
warehouse and a farm house, killing a
family of four colored persons.
Culver, Page, IToyne & Co., stationers
and printers, of Chicago, suspended yester
day. The assets are roughly estimated at
325 , 000 , and the liabilities at $500,000.
A severe gale, with heavÿ rain, rage' yes
terday at Gloucester, Massachusetts. Many
of the fishing vesssls in the harbor dragged
tbelr anchors, collided and went ashors.
General Sheridan left Chicago last evening
for Washington to assume com mai. ii oi the
army. General Schofield la expected la
Chicago to-day to succeed General Sheridan.
Daulcl Ryan, the property man of the
"Romany Rye" company, was found dead
In bed in his room, In Baltimore, last even
ing. He had complained of rneumatisin.
Francis McGloln, 32 years of age, a com
positor ou a New York paper, committed
suicide yesterday morning by hanging him
self with a towel. He had been drtnkiug
heavily. •
A committee of the City Council of Bos
ton, appointed to consider the proposed
change of standard time, will report In
favor of the change as suggested by the as
tronomers oi Harvard University.
Peter Small, the horse thief. In the jail at
Belvidere, New Jersey, yesterday began the
2lst day of his fast. He said he Usd no de
sire for food, "but his stomach felt solid,
and he could keep anything on It If he
tried."
A tornado struck Columbus, Ind., be
tween 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday morning,
nnroofing a tannery and a saw mill, parti
ally demolishing a saloon, and t-nockiuglhe
corner ofl a railway station. No person was
injured.
A tornado passed over Catahoula and
Teusas parishes, in Louisiana, yesterday
morning. As far as known, 16 houses and
a barn on different plantations were demol
ished, and 19 persons were injure , several
badly, while three children have disap
peared.
Charles Gehring and John Isaacs, letter
carriers in Baltimore, were arrested yester
day on the charge of having "opened enve
lopes containing election tickets sent
through the post-office addressed to various
parties, and destroying the tickets by burn
They were held in $1,600 ball.
The total value of our imports of merchati
di«e for 12 months which ended ou Sett.
30th. 1883, was $094.930.086, a decrease of
$51 744,662 compared with the importa of
I he preceding 12 months. The total value
of our exj orts during the 12 months whteta
enced on September 30th last,
945,au Increase of $74,636,739 on the exports
for the corresponding period of the previous
year.
The suit of Ilallett K llboorn against John
G. Thompson, ex-8ergeant at-Arms of the
United States House ot Representatives,was
begun yesterday in the Circuit Court at
Washington before Judge Cox. Kllhourn
was imprisoned 46 days by order of the
House of Representatives in 1876, for refus
ing to give certain testimony before an in
vestigating committee. After the House
adjourned he was released by a writ of
haln*as corpus. He then brought suit
against feergeact-at-Arms Thompson, l>y
whom he w»' arrested, and was, tn April,
1882, awarded $100,000 damages by a jury.
The verdict was set aside by Jodge Mac
Arthur, and the case now comes to trial
under ati amended bill, claiming $3-50,000
damages.
The 8t. Louis Poet Diapatch published a
special despatch yesterday from Austin,
Texas, stating chat a telegram had been re
ceived by Governor Ireland that "500colored
men were under arma in the town of
Gauße, Milam county, and an outbreak
momentarily expected," and asking for im
mediate help. The late decision by tha
Supreme Court regarding the Civil Rights
bill is thought to bo the cause of the trouble.
Governor Ireland Issued a proclamation
calling the militta to arms, and over 1,000
tneu responded. A special military train
waä ordered, and the troops were waiting
orders at 2.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The precise nature of the trouble could not
tie ascertained, but there series to he no
doubt that a disturbance of some kind was
in progress. The Governor received tele
grams later stating that matters had quieted
down, but no particulars were given. The
troops were allowed to disband.
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l.lTEltAUY NOTES.
Wc turn over the pace« of the autumn
n uml>er of St rate bride Æ Clothier'* Quarterly
with genuine surprise that bo really Rood
a iuuirazine cau be sold for fifteen cents
a copy. Here are a 120 large pages,
which we have turned backwards aud
forwards without meeting a page with
picture öpon It. We can well believe
the statement uf the publishers that each
number coutalcs one thousand illustra
tions. The conteuts of tho present
number arc ushered in with a frontis
piece representing a startled pair, say
inir, "What's that?" being a lithogra
phic reproduction of the painting by II.
Woods. As usual the majority of the
articles in the literary part ot the Quarterly
Is devoted to fashion, homo art and needle
work. The ladies are told how to fimke
crochet jacket and petticoats; the capuchin
hoods; infauts' long cloaks, and now capes
and m&utclcis. Then, lu tho dccoratiou of
the home, they have explained to them em
broidered lambrequins, canvus embroidery,
tidy on java cauvas, appliqua cushion cen
tre, fancy work-basket, Russian work,
various borders, oak leaf lace, and im
itation antique lacec. Amateur artists
will be interested lu imitation cuaineliuir,
which Is described; as well as drawing with
the pen, a subject of increasing iiitereU and
value. The dressmakers have been con
sidered In tills number, and a page of new
notions and diagrams is the result. Fashion
Eosslp goes over a wide range of subjects,
and in addition there are articles on aut umn
wraps; how to arrange pleats; and one upon
gymnastic costumes. John's Wile, who
made our acqualtitaiice in the spring, con
tinues to find something to say; she tells her
experience of the horse as medicine, in other
words, advocates horseback riding as a cure
lor consumption.
Other articles in this number are house
pistils in autumn, health of children, home
made bread, and table furniture. The Caterer
continues to conduct the kitchen page iu a
c reditable manner. Wc are pleased to notice
that the publishers with commeudablo en
terprise have secured as a musical feature
for this number a wait/, by W. W. Gilchrist,
the talented American e
"4flth Psalm"
Cincinnati
was the director of the May Musical
Festival, h.ld this year iu Philadelphia.
In the fashion division of the magazine va
rious descriptions of dry goods are illus
trated in a faithful and artistic manner.
From these pages ladies cau choose patterns
and prices with more ease and nearly
muc h satfifdctlou as would be obtained by
a visit to the coiabllshtnent of the publlsh
Lct those of our lady readers who
have not yet had the Quarterly send 15
cents for a sample copy, or a year's sub
scription to Straw bridge M Clot hier, Phila
delphia. and they will thunk u* for our ad
a
I
poser, wIiomj
• eelved the prise ai the
Musical Festival, and who
en,
$7
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Some farmers rather reckon
they've got about all the rain
they exactly need just now for
their standing croj», and we
don't know that our own is
suffering from any more at
present. But we're so glad
those Western cyclones haven't
struck a course this way. No
earthquakes or yellow lever or
terrible drought. Only plenty
of water—even though 'tis
nothing better thau tho Schuyl
kill.
A lady declared if it wasn't
for the rain she wouldn't hove
spent half enough time in
selecting her housekeeping
things, and now she had doue
splendidly and enjoyed an hour
or two in the galleries looking
around. That's what she
gained by the rain. And then
'tis such a comfort to know
nobody outside is suffering for
want of moisture ! And we're
so thankful we have any
weather at all. And there are
so many people who come to
a store like this in any kind ot
weather—whether or no.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Birthday Cards are removed
to the new counters o i the
lower floor, near Thirteenth
street entrance,
mag Cards will soon follow.
The Christ
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Probably tho last lot we'll
be able to get this season as a
special purchase, we're now
putting together, of Italian Al
abaster Vas^s. They are hand
sculptured and polished. Tall
Vases for niches, Flower Urns
and Fruit Vases, shallow and
garnished in grapes and leaves,
fhe prices are far below value
$'2.50 to $10.50.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
We hadn't room for Artists'
Materials and the counter has
has stretched itself away on to
the east side. W e can show
more samples now and you can
be better served.
A new lot in new designs of
articles for decorating.
The cases of 3 pairs of guar
anteed Scissors at 75c. each
have had a rapid sale, and we
have taken all in the market.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
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ad
O, the rare, odd curios of
that real Japanese counter I
The hard-to-be-gotten things,
too. Can't name them from
day to day—impossible.They're
hard to catch sometimes. They
seem to buzz around you,dazzle
and bewitch—and are gone !
Some new things we opened
yesterday. Only or e house in
New York had them, and we
took them all. Not useful ex
actly—yes, they are,-though—
everything beautiful is usetul.
JOHN WANAMAKEil.
Match Boxes that store up
their own light through the
day so that you won't grope
your way to find a match and
"strike a light'' and strike
something you didn't mean to.
Or, if you choose, you won't
need even a match to see the
time. Here's a clock that will
show its f ce in the dark as
well as in the day. Only
hone t faces save up the light
to do that !
2Vcrnt Match-Boxes for 19c., on lower floor,
the singing cauarles.
Meteor Hock tl'laminate«)
west aisle, f 1.78.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
John Wanahakxr,
MAXtHOAD tnr*»
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Baltimore iM fau-r mediate »iKkieaa—1.0%
».17 6. m._f,00p. , f .
Baltimore and Ray L'■,*•-«. *7 p. m.
IUI Minor« and WmI «Ir vton-1.42, 4.U, I.OS ».17
a. ». 1.0t, •l.Ä.Tu. S.S7, ll.Mp. m.
Bslt.tiuore enly—l.te, a. m. Ulf and S.SOp.m.
Trains for PeUwaVc Division lsave far:
New Castl«-4.09, ».(• ». m. 1.1% 1.0% 4.00 .and
».35 n. mi.
llarrlnrlon, Dclmar and war station«, 9.01a. m.
»nd l.bp. ni.
Wyoming and war «un mu, ft.2» p. ».
Kipnm W»r ttaVr1nxi«<n. 4.® p. m.
SUNDAY TRAIN*.
Philadelphia and intermediate sut ion>~6.10a. n.
12.00 in. ».* 7.3U, f.u% p. ».
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Baltimore and WashliuSoa—Ltt, 4.61, 9.OS, 0.17,
». m. 11.06 p. m.
Baltimore—1.08 a. tn.
Kor fnrtbev Ifc forte allen p*s#cngtrm »re
ferrwd to the Um« tables poated at the depot.
JLT*r raies marked thus: (•) ara limited express
wpoa which extra fare in charged.
J. H. WOOD, o entrai I'm «enger A*%
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PENNSYLVANIA KALLBOAD.
ON AND AKTKK JUNE 25, 180,
MAIN LINE.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION.
* Daily. SDaUy. exoept Sunday.
**N»w York ana Chicago I.lmiw u
uUuii.u l'alar« ran. .
aal Lliif. Pttiaburg aud the Weal
Western Kxpreaa.
I'wpIMp Kxprea» Wnel
llarribbarg tCxpres«..
Niarwrm J(
Watklna
Kru* Mail and BuBaio Express, daily
•lit Saturday.
Exprès« .
Lock Haven Express.
Mart inaburg* liprus»
hainlHfraburg aud Hagerstown Exprcaa |4.8t
7.40 and 11.06a. in., dally, 11.20 p. in. Vor Cham
bersbunr oalÿ, 6.4(t n. m.
Bheuandoan Vaifey l^ilroad evsry
wtk <tajr at 7.4Ü a. iu., aud >i«w Ur
loans Express, via l.«r»y and Clialta
noofra, dally at.
HarrUburg «nd York lùx proas
Wall Train.
Harrlatro-»'Accommodation
York and H
York. Hat.
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..*11.90 p. m
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11.06 a. m
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1 7.00 a. in
I 2.14 p. m
auover Ktun-ss..) 7.40 a. m
and F rederlck Express|ll.06 a. ui
(ftiluuibla and York Accommodation. .14 44 p. m
Parkeabunr Train.16 45 p. m.
Downingiown Accommodation, 6.10, 7.15, 11.46
a. nu, end 10.» p. m. Uu Sunday, 7.» a. m.,
8.46 and 8.16 p. m.
Pauli IYalna, S.10. 7.1.% 8.1% 10.16 and 11.46
а. m.. 12.46» 1.4% 2.14, 2.4% 8.1% 8.46, 4.1% 4.4%
б. 1% 5.4% S.1% 6.4% 7.45. 9.1% 1Ö.» and 11.» p.
in. On Buuday. 7.8U, S.80, 9.80aud 11.4» a. m.. i,
2.4% 8. 4 % 6.1% r. 15 and 10.t6p. ro.
Bryn Mawr Trains, ft. 10, 6.46. 7.1% 7.46
8.1% ».4% 10.1% D.46a. IU., 12.4% 1.4% 2.1%
2.4% ».1% %4-a 4.i% 4.44, 4.4% 6.1% 6.1% ft.16 S.4%
7.4% 0.1% 10.» and 11.80 p. m. Uu Sunday. 7.8%
2.4% 8.4% 6.1% %i i aud
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10.16 p. m.
West Choate r Expies«, 7.40 a. m.. 4.44, 6.40 p.m.,
accoiuiiuHlailon, 6.10, 11.46 a. in., 2.1%,
S.1% 6.46. S.4% 7.4% 11.» p. m. Ua Sunday,7. A)
11.4% a. m., JL 5.16 suil 10.16 p. m.
Trains arrive—From PUtaburK, 2.66 and 7.» a.
m., 6.1% 7.26 p. m., d^\y, 4.26 a. m„
except Monday, from Erie and WTlLaun»
dally, except Monday.
SlitxaraVallH. 7.o0 a. in.,2ally
Cork Haven, 8.16 b. in.,
From Walk Ins. Eltnlra
m., dally, except Bun
rt, 7.80 a. in
Buffalo and
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|y except Sunday. 1
Williamsport, 7.2» p.
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NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVK BROAD STREET STATION
FUR NEW YORK.
Express on w eelt'sjA 8.1% 8.20, 8.4%
4. A except MondMa 'n.ML 7.80, ».20, 8.»
and II a. m. (Lirxsjied Express.
p. m.) 1, % 4, % % / .*»,7.4% 8 and 6.20 p.
and 1..1U ntehl. On ttu<i da y a, 8.1% 8.2U,
8.3Ua. m., % (Limited Express. 67») «T»,
» and 8.» p. m, and 12.01 nicht.
For Brooklyn, N. Y., a'l through traîna
uect at Jersey City with boats of "Brooklyn
Annex,*' »Hording direct transfer to Fulton
•trest, avoiding double ferriage and Journey
across New York city.
Express for 8ca Ulrt,
Occau Grove, Asbury _
H.uu aud 11.» a. m., aud 2.4% ».uu, 8.
i.. on week days.
1.89,
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prlnx Lak**, Ocean Beach,
Kara and Long Branch,
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FROM KENSINGTON STATION rRONT AND
NORRIS STREET».
Express for New York, 6.65 and 8.40 a. tu. on
week-day».
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
ExpreM for New York, via Camden ami Trenton,
».»a. m., and 4.<*)p. m.,oc week-day».
Kxprewt for Ocean Grove aud Long Branch, Ac.,
via Tutu's lUvcr and Berkeley. 7?» a. in., 4 p.
has
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for Tom*» Rlvor and Intermediate
»fotlonB, 7.3Ua. ui, and 5.20 p. in.
Tuckerton, 7,80a. m. aud 4.00p. in.
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM BROAD STREET HTAT1UN.
Dally,except Sunday—Exprea* for LambertvllU
Eaetou. Delaware Water Gap, Bcranton. Bing
hamton and Ohwego, a.OUa. m., 12.01 and ft. 00 p.
ro. For bcranton and Water Gap only, 4.00
p. m.
For Lamhertvllle, 8p. m.
For Flemingteu, 8.00 a. m., 12.01 and 4.00 n. m.
Trains arrive dal iy, except »unday—From Easton,
9.» a. iu. ; 3.60, 7.48 and 9.66 p. in.
FKUki KKNSINUTUN »TAT1UN, FRUNT
AND NORRIS STREET».
Dally, except Hnnday— Exprès» for Lambi rtvllle,
K.uiton, I>el h ware. Water Gan, betauton, Bing
liamtou audOawcgo. 7.40 a. ni., 12.UI, 6.80 p. in.
For bcranton and water Gap only, 3.36 u. in.
For Lambert ville, 2.10 p. in.
For Flemlngton. 7.40a. in. ; 12.01 and%Kp. m.
rileoplug-< ar ticket* can bo had at Broad
Chestnut street«, 88» Chestnut street, and Broad
btred fetation.
The Uulon Transfer OMupany will call for and
»aggage from hotel» and residence». Time
no full infvrin&tiou can be obtained at the
<1 at the following
No. 638Ch
Ex
-
check 1
carda
•Utlon«
estnnt «trvet,
.Broad and Chestnut,
TICKST orriCEB: 1 No. 116 Market street.
No. 4 Chelion »ve. Uermant'D,
fNo. 824 Federal Ht. Camden.
CHARLES E. PUGH, General Manager,
J. R. WOUD, General Paaaenfer Agent.
». L.
of
I
from
They
gone !
opened
in
we
ex
usetul.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK-STEEL BAILS.
BPLEN DID MCËN BUY,MAGNIFICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL Ka.L
WAY.
—taking xrracT mat il ism.—
Baltimore city time, aa
'v t-xccpt Sunday, for
the North «nd Vest.
Chicago a
Weal..
Fast Line, < aü/, W««t
HarrluburK >ei
Train» 1
Mall Trat
follow«
.7.80 a. m.
LI Tied Express, daily
.10.46».
10.46 a.
ngcr, dally except
Sunday.. ....
Western Exprciut, dally...
Mall Express, West, dally.11.IS p. m
Parklown Accommodation. 8.30 6.» «.»and 10 00
p. m., 'tally, except Sunday. Sunday only, 9.»
a. in., and I.J0 p. m.
UockeyavtU« Accommodation, 9.30, 11.» a. m.,
2.30, b.oo, 8.U», aud 11.» p. m. Un Sunday,
9 30 a. ni., 1.80 anu 10 p. m.
For Hanover *nd Gettysburg, 7.» a. m.
For Green Spring Brauch, 6.» a. m., land 6.»
4.80 p. m.
8.45 p. m.
ckete
apply af Uilverl »utlon, at Northeast corner
Baltimore and Calvert street«, and at Union
Station.
Batorage called for and checked
residence« on order» left at office,
Baltlmo
BALTIMORE & FOTOMAC RAILROAD.
FROM CALVERT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT JUNE 11, im.
For Washington 7 a m.'8.16 and 8.66 p. m
dally, except »nnday, and 4.20,
and 11.36 h. m., and 6.00 and 7.10
all points East, North and Weal,
vert Station, at Northeast corner
at hotel« and
office, northeast
up
the
grope
and
strike
to.
won't
the
will
as
Only
light
d Calvert street«.
cany, except snnday, and 4.zn, 7.8% 9.46 and
and li.36a. in., and 6.00 and 7.10 p. m., dally.
For 1 ope's Creek Line, 7.U0a. m. and 4,10 p. m.,
dally, except Buuday.
For Annapolis, 7.00 a. m, dally exoept Sanday,
aud 6.00 p. in., daily.
For Richmond and the south at 4.20 and 9.4S a.
in., daily, and 3.16 p. m., dally exeeptHunday.
k>orthe»ou!h vt a Virginia Midland Railroad, at
4.20 a.m., daily, and 8.66 p.m., except Sunday.
7.10 p. m., Sunday only.
For C. and o K. It., at 8.15 and 8.66 p. m.
„dally, except Sunday.
For Norfolk via Potomac River steamers, Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday at 11.88 a. an.
FKUM UNION BTAT1UN.
For Washington, 4.8% «.60, 7.0% 7.4% 9.80. 11.40
a. m., a.te., 8.2 % 8.mL 7.2% 0.0« p. m. On Ban
7^* 4 'n\' /,4S * *• 6<1 °
Va.*!
For
lan-1 Kohd, fttA» a. ra.,
pitiaaday. 7.» p.m., <
daily, 9.06
on Sanday
floor,
ForC. 40, Rnad, 6.60a. m., dally, except Sun
day, 2.fii T). m., (limited), 8.28 p. m., and 9.06
., dally, exceptcnSunday.
FROM PENNSYLVANIA-AVENUE STATION
ror ^»h>i?Rton, fl.6% 7.10. 7.89, 9.56 and 1L45
^-25 and 9.lb p. m. On bunday,
p l m*' an< 1 ftOd 7.»
a * except Bunday
f 1.78.
LEAVE W ASHIJKBTO» VOR BALTlltORB
«ft Ik 00 ,* Î'* 0 anrl 18.» a. m.,
lttL.SE, vueH.'
&
UAIJ.&OAB LIXJL3
SuiFi
WILMINGTON A
Tf THKHNH. B
Time Table to go Into «•AX'* Oct. ®4tb,
GOING NORTH.
Dally except Sund/iy«
. Am*-tn.p.ui.p. m p. fa.p.m.
)7(«T 2 58 11«. 4 01
Î 7 » .11»!»*: 4»
' 7 i0 I 8«! 6 to « «
. 3» III! 6 2ft
4Î& (IV. ft BO
4 51 7 '46,
Button». *
Dupont.
t\ VordJ.
MS«»«...
Ooatrrrllle.
Waynes. J,.
HI. Piter •« ..
Warwick.
j üartnxietd .
leading, I ! !1. '.
AB B. I
: U
AM
, «i a
I
n
' i 12 »
"a!'!'B|1s ; sm iü
■ • 4610 8* 2 401 ft 06. 6 66
«
«OING BOUTH.
BVallnna.
Koading I
.A U.8. \
I>al!y except
Bandays
am».in. a.m.a.m.p.m.p.m.
ft io sxo, »» a in, n »
1 ft 46 1 40 10 A 6 4 71 ft 0«
• 71« 9 16 II 14 421 6 4«
1 II» TOO
I
Bialiboro.
Npritiaflalil —
Warwick.
Bt. PM«r'i . .
Wayne#.
«'oatcavilb
Uuhm .
C. ITnrd J .
ll 4ft
7 16
i 7
4 m
»
5 IT
»10 10 0
• W 10»
. • ml io 4»
«<*! 0i7 110«
: 4ft »4*1160.
6 9»
7
7
Sir-*
Dupont.
i-rai:;
a . a

S4i
Far connection» at Yfllmlnf ton, CJiadd's Ford
aïâ
tAsiM », .il iutiöu. VrA.sbwn,
A. Q. 0
RALTIMOKK A PHILAI-ELPHIA K. R.
JJ CUAROK II» HOURS.
On An, After JUNK lit, IMS, IrAlna will cab aa
(M lmti
U-.vc Wllraln.ton 7.ÜA 10.», a. ir;
Arrive At LanAmber«, ».to a. mt It»
Aeo p. m.
funJ.j», leer, WIlinlBAten, 10. n ». a., mad
loop in.
Arrive At I.»n.lcn««rv, 11,40 a. m. 7.10 p. w.
I^atu I.«havr.btrA e.w ». » ; 17.00 p. m.
Arrive »t Wiln.rn.tou ».00 ». m; AI«
Au n il. y » le»ve I,»na« n berp, ». U0 ». ni. ,.aöp.u.
Arrive WlluilnrU>.n o.lo «. m. «.«in. m.
n. tioNN ELÄ. Superintendent.
QAMDEN ANU ATLANTIC R.R.
ON AND AFTER JUNE J0, 1S0R
TRAINA WIM, LEAVK AH FOLbOWHl
FOR ATLANTIC CITY:
—KxprcM on wrek-ri.v»
0.4« ». in., ». l« 4.00»>'<1 A.4» p. in. on Hetur
•i»y only, l.uo p. ra. On Huncl»7,7.»»n<l A» ».
p. ».
From Vine Htre.-t F#rr
From, Bha Kama
week flay«, 9.»
Batuntay
S.60 ». in.
Î troet Ferrv-Kxpma on
.no, 4.00 and 6.60 p.m. On
Sunday, 7.» and
Accommodation Train will learj above Ferries
OI. week -«leys at 6.00 a.m. and 4.80 p.u„
Bun lay at 6.00a. an. and 4.» p.m.
Parlor car» attached to all expreM trains.
Excursion train will Lave ihr above Ferrie*
dally at «.»a. ».
LOCAL TRAINS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
For Haddon Held from Vine and Bhackamaxen
Br et Ferric*. 7.01», 8. 0, 10.00 and 11 up t, ».;
12.00 m.. 2.00, 4,00. A00. «.» » . in.
From Vine »tree • only, 6.46, 7.». 0.»
Hhackamaxon street out , 4.80p. m.
Sunday (rains leave both Ferries at 6.00 and 8.»
a. m., and 4.» p. m.
Pennsylvania Railroad Button, fbot of
Market street, 7.80 a. m., 9 S\ 6.0. and 11.» p.
ui., «eek-day». Sunday«, 9.» a. m.. 6.69 p m.
4» lco * b-om Vine and Bhackainaxon street
Ferries 8.00a. m.. I2.pi nOou: 4.«0, 4.80» A00
n, ». Hundavs, 8.00a,. n»., 4.i) o. ». Fro»
foot of Market street. II.» p. in.
For I lam in union, from Vine andtthackamaxon at.
ferrie», S.00 a. in., 4.», ft.:», 0.00 p. m.
days, S.'Oa. in., 4.» p. m. Baturdaya only
from foot o| Market street, 11.»p. u.
For Lakeside, 11.00 a. m., 2.»p. m.
Foi Marl ton. Medford, Ml. Holly
dlate sUtioua, leave foot of Mara
days, 7 »a. mi., 2. Oaud 5.00 n. m. Bundaya,
y.aoa. ni., «.»p. m. From Vine and tthacka
tuaxon Ferries, 10.00a. m., week days.
For w iiiiamstown, from VI
street ferries, 8.00 a. w
Wowlruff parlor
W. N. BANN AKI),
Biiperlnteudent.
xon
y, 2.00 p. m. Un
a. ».From
Fr
A)
a.
and lnterme
• t »trv t, week
and Miackamaxon
., 12.00 m. 4 ».6.00 p. m.
all express trains.
J. k. wnuDj
*1 !»
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
Til* MODEL EAST LINE, AND TUB ONLY
LINK BETWEEN
TDK EAST AND TUB WEST, VUiWASHINO
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK] JANNV COUPLER I
»TEEL KAIL» !
SCHEDULE TU TARE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882.
LEAVE CAMDEN »TREET STATION :
A. M.tChlc
p.
ago, Cincinnati, »t. Louis Fast Ex
près», TB. A O. Palace Sleeping Cara to
. — VJ;! cl " nal1 ' Mt - Louis and Chicago.
4 **° îWAMilnaton Aud Wtty * U tlona, (VA.
MlDLAN D) »outliwest, Richmond, (via
Uuantloo.)
S*îî FlUcott «Tty and wav stations.
S*fîî Washington and way stations.
7.10 tV asMngton Express,
7.16 ANNA POLI», »f AUNTUN
iNGTON KÊ, and statt ou»
tan Branch.
on
p.
AND WABH
— Metropolis
7.» tried mont- Strasburg, Winchester, ilag
ersujwn, Frederick aud way atalioua, via
Main »tern. (On Sunday to Kllicoit City
p.
4.00
in.
and
Time
the
dy.)
' f 1 Tb R u up. CI N CI N NATL bT. LUDI8,
.„ASHINUTON AND COLUMHUb EX
1 UKHb dally, and CllIC'AGU daily except
Hatnrday. (Richmond and the bouth, via
Oimiuteo). SpTpIng car», Baltimore
clnnatl, Loultvfileand Chicago Junction.
9.00 11
NS
Parlor Car», Chicago Junction to Clilcago.
bleeping Car«, Graflou to IndlanapoTla,
dally except baturday.
0.10 1Wa*hlugton and way «ta Ion». Annapo
lis on bunday«.
WASHINGTON AND LAUKKI. EX
10 .»
r. m.
Washington, Annapolliand way.
1. » tun buuday only, fdr Washluaton and
ra .ra n.r Clt Y *«d W»V Rtation*.
2. W Washington aud Way »tatlon*. (Rlch
md, Uiianttco, except Sunday). Con
nect at Washington with I. A 8. C. Co., on
Mouday, M educoday and Friday, and with
rotomac bteamhoat Co. ou Tu «bd ay, Thur*
war.
Klfic
l 'VI
j moutac rucaiuuoai ( ,<>. ou Tuubtiay, Thurs
day and Hate rday for Uld l'olnt Comfort,
Norfolk, âu:.
4.00 WASHINGTON
Jt-fibu
HratfivtUr.
-
'll INGTON EXPRESS. Stop» at
Jcfibup'» Auuapolls Junction, Laurel and
HyatuvUie.
4.20 Wluchcatcr,
way.
6.00 IWashlngton, Annapolis and way.
6-2° tFrederick and way elation*.
and w% 7 »tatlon».
«uhlngton and way «Utlon».
burg and the South, via Va. Midland.
9.15 (On Sunday only, for Mt. Airy and way.
11.16 Mt. Airy and way »utlon». 7 Jt
11.» \\ aehlngton and way station».
Leave for Metropolitan Branch, 7.18 a. m, tL
and 2.» u. in. For Rockville, t».oo a. m. *
All trains «top at Relay except 8.00 a. m.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE
6.00, 18.», «.80, 17.4% 8.10, 19.00, 10.00 a m •
12.10, 81.2% 2.20, t2.3.5^8.00, 3.30, T» 14.40 IS 46.'
17.00, 7.30, 19.40 aud ll.Äp.'m. ^ «.«%T0.4%
except Su mta Unday 0,1 ° tber tnüna dally,
laggag*- called for and checked at hotel» and
F!S®i3r n iJR&y
SUf. ! Ai^" u " N hTATl " N
Vf. M. CLEMENTS,
Master ofTranaportatlon.
Hagerstown, Frederick and
* . B
m.
I
m
00
9.»
m.,
6.»
m.
and 81 8UUT1I
C. K. LURD,
<ten. I'au. Agent.
m.
irtfiArclAi.
JHK ARTIZAN8 SAVING BANK.
NO. «02 MARKET HTREET,
Incorpora ran January 24tb, 18S1.
Open to receive dcpoiltafromoa. m. until 4 n. m
and on Tuesday and Saturday evening»
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
™sdt in April and October. When
dtvld.mds are not withdrawn they are accounted
.T b V* P, t ' rUl s n ent UepoelU compound
tbelr intereat twice In each vear.
MANAGERS:
Union
m
Weal,
and
Clement B. »myth,
Charles W. Howland,
Nathaniel It. Benson,
Henry F. Dure,
. Hasting«,
Edvzard I'ueey,
George W. Bush,
amSiisBS%.
Edward Darlington,
Job li. Jackoon,
- William H. Swift,
Anthony Uigglna,
GEORGE W. BUSH, President,
K. S. CAPELLE, Vice l'realdent,
E. T. TA k' L( Ht, Trnasnrer. H
.1 at MiTiivs Andttor.
and
m.,
a.
at
m.
Mon
frbll-iy
N. MELCHIOR
-GUNSMITH
11.40
Ban
9.06
Sun
9.06
a.
7.»
No. 214 King street,
Has for »ale BRiaon and Muczlb
LOAPBrO
GTJN8
Çf*' 1 "»J*?' jfjalvar» and oartrtdge» ofail kind».
vmmmimamw »imm,
THE GOING
VETERINARY REMEDIES!
•BT
'W ILLI AM S—
These remedies have a world-renowned
reputation, and if once given a trial will
quickly prove their superior qualities.
PRICE LIST :
A OENSRAL CONDITION POWDER,
FOR W' RMS, PE< PACKAOE
FOR FI TULA, SPRAINS, T. NDKK CORNS. AND GEN
ERAL LINIMENT. PER BOTTLE - - .
FOR SPhA-NS BELOW JOINT. CURBS AND SPLINTS
FOR WOI'NDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION . '
FOR THRUSH ....
FOR EYE WATER . . .
FOR WARTS , -
¥ K UREASE AND SCRATCHES
FOR COLIC - . .
W CENTS.
50 (ENTS.
50 CENTS
5« CENTS'
50 CENTS.
S5 CENTS
25 Cl NTS
'M CENTS.
»CENTS,
SS CENTS.
The above remedies are in use by the
leading horsemen in the country, and as they
are simple and safe any person may admin
ister them to his horse and save a large doc
tor's fee. They will do all they are recom-i
mended to if the directions are followed and
they are kept constantly on hand.
GENERAL CONDITION POWDER.
This may be used as the very best treat
ment in Epizootic,Distemper, Swollen Glands
and should be administered especially after a
hard drive to prevent the animal from bein 0
feverish. It is indispensable in colds and
coughs.
of
p.
m.
at.
OP
m.
WORM POWDER.
I
This is the only sure remedy ever used
for those anoying pests. If the animal is so
troubled they will be expelled in a very short
time after the first administration, leaving the
horse in excellent condition and the hair a
lively color.
Ex
to
(via
FOR FLSTULA, SPRAINS,
Tender Cords and a general Liniment. This
is the best liniment in the world, and is used
by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to
any other.
ilag
via
City
EX
via
EX
FOR SPAYIN
and
Con
on
with
below the joint. A horse spavin can be re
moved and the hair restored in six weeks.
A bog spavin can not be removed, the only
relief to the animal is to give him a high
heeled shoe. Wounds of every description
can be healed by these remedies.
at
and
Jt
tL
m •
46.'
dally,
and
and
FOR THRUSH.
By following the directions the larofli
horse can be relieved in three days, ready
for use, and by attending to his feet twice a
week and giving him a dry stall he will never
be troubled again.
FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES.
This is now the only safe and sure remedy
If the disease involves the entire leg
Agent.
m use.
it will make a perfect cure, and will remote
any skin disease on any part of the body.
m
When
FOR COLIC.
This remedy is so convenient that
horse can be relieved without even talongj
him from the carriage if it be wind c0 |jJ.
flatulent keep the horse quiet and in aduiti
to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespooniuls o
scalded flour and starch with 2 ounces
laudanum every 2 hours for 4 to 6 hours a.
if there are no other complications no hor
need ever die with colic under his treatmen
H
of
-FOR SALE AT
THE NIGHT PHARMACT
402 MARKET ST.
kind».
VWELMINGFON,

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