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WIU41KOTOH, 8ATLKUA*. MOV. 10.
Mayor Wales' Pretext.
Mayor Wales deliver» himself of a charac
teristically Jesuitical epistle In to-day's
issue of the morning organ, wherein, while
professing a heart-burning desire to assist in
"the harmonious working of the new sys
tem," he goes 1 ack, step by step, to ihe old
cry of "Fees ! Fees ! Fees !" lie prescribes
a course of conduct for Judge Cummins as
the price of his own obedience to tbe laws of
the State, and in palpable disregard of the
old pioverb of the mote and the beam, he
sinks all the miserable shortcomings of his
own court of Justice, happily laid to rest, in
a Hood of implied censure of the newly con
stituted tribunal which the Legislature
reared on the raxed fabric of the Creaky,
leaky structure of last year.
The Mayor says it is his desire as well as
his duty to have the peace and good order of
the city maintained. It was probably with
this end in view that he threw every possi
ble obstacle iu the way of the Municipal
Court from the very day of its establish
ment, by encouraging his creatures, digni
fied by the name of police officers, iu acts of
discourtesy, and even flagrant insubordina
tion. Evidently the scheme was to bring
about such a crisis in the department of
public safety and good order, as might justify
him in saddling the new court with the bur
den of official Incapacity, but this trans
parent trick has so far succeeded in but ouq
particular, namely in disturbing the public
conlidence in the men whom Mayor Wales
haH selected as guardians of the peace, with
out in the least injuring the reputation of a
tribunal which has palpably uever had a
fair trial. It is the old story of curses like
chickens coming home to roost. The Re
publican majority in City Council have, by
a full vote, denounced the audacious at
tempt to gag and throttle the Municipal
Court; the Bench of Judges have declared
that tho court has 6ole authority iu the very
cases which the Mayor would have
wrested from its jurisdiction, and
now the finishing touch has been put to the
business by the secession of the Republican
press aud the unqualified declaration that
the city treasury must no longer be robbed
to satisfy the rapacity of the Chief and liis
men. By no shadow of a shade of reason
ing can the fee system be supported, seeing
that the officers are being paid extra wages
every month by the city uuder the provi
sions of the new charter, with the express
stipulation that fees are no longer to be re
ceived by them. The disingenuous casuistry
of Mayor Wales nowhere more clearly ap
pears than in his deliberate ignoring of this
fact, while winding up his letter with the
statement that "if they (the police officers)
should pay over all such costs leccived by
them to the City Treasurer, It would be the
first instance on record of any officer, from
the President of the United States down,
having surrendered fees
which be was legally entitled to retain!"
perquisites
Work of the Immltfratlon Commission.
The State Immigration Commisblouere—
Win. Dean, Thomas Hanson and K. D.
Alberry—held a meeting at Dover, on
Thursday, and further perfected their ar
rangements for supplying the farmers of the
State with satisfactory labor. They are
now in condition to furnish almost any kind
of farm labor and house help,
but people in need of this kind
of assistance must give the Commis
sioners timely notice of their wants, in
order to have them attended to. They now
have four .amilieB iu Europe—four of them
English—ready to come when they are noti
fied.
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a
'i
People who apply to the Commissioner«
for foreign help are expected to pay from
$20 to $2o when making their applica
tion, which la to be expended for their pass
age to this country. In additiou,
they must also guarantee to pay the labor
ers the current wages iu the locality where
they are expected tj work. Any person de
siring Information will be freely accommo
dated upon application to any of the Com
missioners.
In tbe transportation of families to this
country infants uuder twelve months of age
carried free, while ehillreu un
der twelve years are charged half
rates. Before leaving Europe, the
head of the family is required to give
bonds that he will remain with his employer
until he lias worked out the amouut ad
vanced for passage money, and the employer
is required to give assurance that this sum
will not be held in a lump, but will be re
tained gradually, so as to give tbe laborer
au opportunity of livirg decently while
he is liquidating his lndeoteduess. All
these details have to be looked after by the
Commissioners.
Commissioner Dean has established an
immigration agency iu Lancashire,England,
and Commissioner Hanson has one in Ger
many. Mr. Alberry has not an agency yet.
Whenever a Commissioner sends lor irnrni
et them on their
grants, he is expected to
arrival in New York or Philadelphia, and
escort them to their destination. Tho
incidental expenses of these journeys are
paid irom the State appropriation, but for
their time
d trouble the Commissioners
receive no recompense.
From this hasty review of the work of the
Commissioners it will lie seen that they aro
doing a great deal of sei vice for nothing,and
it will also be at-Ui
vledged that If our
farmers heartily co operate with them they
will be enabled to fully satisfy the demand
for Intelligent farm labor iu this State.
Thi» tut lieer. a hard week on the Gover
nor, by tbe heavy work being done In rela
tion to- tbe appointment of a Recorder of
Deed« for thla county. On Thureday he
gave audience to a Smith delegation, yester
day be beard the feienda of Purnal Lynch,
while to-day the adhérente of Recoifler Hol
comb have access to tho executive ear. Tbe
agony will soon be over.
Tiiimukmino OUOAN Indulges In Its na
tural spite, to-day, by a mallgnaut attack
upon Hon. Robert M. McLane, Democratic
Governor-elect of Marylaud. As Governor
McLane complacently eases upon the ma
jority of more than twelro thousand by
which he was elected, he will doubtlcaa be
enabled to survive. ^ ^ _
Tuts week's number of TU« Wilmingto
niaii is unusually bright and varied, and la
adorned with a smart and original « UUouettc
on tbe extinction of Ben Butler, which la
pertinent and expressive.
nOKMMU SUMMARY.
to
Full return» of the vote of 11 countle» In
Dakota, with partial returns Irom 12 other»,
•how that out of 7,000 votes cast 5,000 were
(or the new Constitution.
For some time past letter boxe» in
Charleston, 8. C., have been systematically
robbed by unknown persons. An effort Is
being made to deteet the robbers.
Much excitement has been caused in New
Haven, Conn., by the discovery that many
of the names oi endorsers of applications
for liquor licenses have been forged.
During a meeting of colored people In
Laurenburg, North Carolina, yesterday
inomtug, the building tumbled down,
Injuring eight persons, two of them mor
tally.
The Germans of Chicago last night held
"a secular, as distinguished Irom the reli
gious" celebration of the 400th anniversary
of Luther's birth. Among the speakers was
a Jewish Rabbi.
George W. Durell, who was for a time
captain of the Ringgold Battery, one of the
live complete» composing the "First De
fenders" during the war, died yesterday iu
Reading, aged 05 years.
By the fall of a scaffold-at Reis Brothers'
furnace at New Castle, Pa.,yesterday morn
ing, .James Egan was killed and Andrew
McBride and William Troy received danger
oub If not fatal injuries.
At Ogle Station, near 8t. Louis, yesterday
morning, a man working
a
liis
re
the
by
the
a t- tea tu shovel
was killed, and an hour later the boiler ol
the engine running the shovel exploded,
dangerously injuring the engineer and fire
man.
The steamer City of Peking, which ar
rived at Saw Franeiscoon Thursday,brought
1H7 Chinamen with "Traders' Certificate«."
Several of the Chinamen acknowledged that
they had paid money for the papers to tho
Inspectors in Canton.
United States Marshal Longstreet has
Asked for authority to appoint additional
guards to accompany the Ku-Klux prisoners
f-om Atlauta, Georgia, to the Peuitentiary
at Albany, New York, as he fear» that an
attempt at rescue will be made.
The War Department lias received a tele
gram from Captaiu Rafferty, of the Sixth
Cavalry, reporting the arrival at Sliver
Creek, Arizona, of 79 Chiricahua Indians,
who surrendered themselves in accordance
with the terms made with General Crook in
May last
W. II. Morris, proprietor of the hotel at
Wakefield, Viiginla, who disappeared in the
election riot in that place on Tuesday night.,
has returned and given himself up. He is
charged with having part cl pa ted In the
riot and fired the shot which wounded R.
W. White.
A sleeping car oo the 8t. Paul, Minneapo
lis and Manitoba railroad was ditched near
Fargo on Thursday night, and capsized.
All the passengers, about 12 iu number, in
cluding a bridal couple, were injured.
Those most aevetelv iuiured, were W. J.
Bailey ol Chicago, and a lady from St. I aul.
In order to test the constitutionality of
Courts of Special Sessious iu New Jersey,
suit was brought by a man named Edwards
against the State, in which the question was
raised. The Supreme Court decided yester
day that the acts of the Courts were consti
tutional, and that a defendant can waive a
trial by jury in them.
An actual weighing of the letter« received
at the post offices iu New York »ni Phila
delpbia shows that 94).j per cent, of them
ounce each. The
done at the request of the
weigh less than half
weighing
Postmaster General^wbo, it is believed, mav
recommend Congress to increase the weight
allowance for single rate, letters from lialf
an ounce to an ounce.
A dispatch from Madison, Wisconsin,
Bays that Governor Rusk yesterday called
a meeting of the Capital Building Commis
sion to consider the details of Thursday'«
disaster In the collapse of a portion ol the
new capitol building. The contractors and
•hiteets were examined, and, a« a result
decided to have a
D.
on
ar
the
are
of the conference, it
committee of experts to institute a riirid
inquiry. The Coroner's jury yesterday held
the bodies of five of the dead.
inquests
Three more of the wouuded, It is feared,will
It
It
to
In Chicago yesterday a suit brought by
the Citizens' League to test the validity of
saloon licenses issue 1 by the city at $103 each,
a lew days before the State 9500 license law
went into effect was decided by the Court
against the defendants. It was held that
a license
ouster was given prohibiting the defendants
from seiilng under a city license, The case
was immediately appealed to the Supreme
Court. It is said that if a decision can be
secured before the first of April next it will
Involve payment by saloon keepers to the
city of over a million dollars.
The Pittsburg Commercial-Gazette reports
the discovery of an ingenious evasion of the
tariff by importers of sheet iron aud their
agents. It says: "Taireers' iron which is a
very liifht grade is admitted for ÎJ0 per cent,
ad valorem, while the duty on heavier
grades is from l to 2 1 ' cents per pound.
'i he importers have been mixing the two to
gether, and the appraisers have beeil de
ceived into admitting tho iron under the SO
per cent, ad valorem rate. After its arrival
in Pittsburg it would be repacked and
shipped to the West. It is said that thou
sands of tons have been brought into the
country by this evasion, much to the injury
of the sheet iron mills in Pittsburg and else
where."
Tiie white people of Southampton county,
greatly excited over the rumored
ou' break among the negroes. Telegrams
have been sent to Norfolk usking assistance
in the event of trouble, and the Mayor has
formed a posse of the citizens to be ready if
mons should arrival. It appears that
Thursday a drunken colored man told
the servant of a white family that at mid
night "1,000 negroes intended to slay every
white person from the cradle up in South
ampton county." This created a panic,
aud the whites at Newsome, Franklin, Boy
kins and Branchville armed themselves and
sent out scouts. It was noticed that, all the
colored men were all absent, from their usual
haunts, and thD increased the fears of the
whites, who sent their women and children
guard around
mss is not al
a franchise, and judgment of
Va.,
<1 placed
them. The prevailing
hiyed by the fact that, st
II tiie m
to the woo Is
*aai
*c Thursday after
>rl; around the
As no
railroad s at loi s have
trouble is reported yet, it is )>ossible that
each ra t is equally afraid of the other.
There was a bloody slave insurreetion in
Southampton county during the war, and
t he recollection of it may have something to
do with the present panic.
appeared.
KellHolo i'luce to Huy I'lunoa.
George L. Walk* r, piano parlors,836 Nortn
Sixth sheet, near Parrish, Philadelphia. No
connection with any piano ware rooms or
parties of a similar name.
JOBS WAAAXAKMK'A:
T>H
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f
•.#*,
The new catalogue of the
house is issued and will be sent
to any address on request. It
contaius over 16,000 items
with prices. These are but a
few representative articles taken
from the 5'» different Depart
ments. This constitutes a vol
ume of 200 pages of considera
ble interest to anybody who
buys anything.
ew
0.17
Haiti
a.
New
«.25
a.
upou
JOHN WANAMAKKH.
About Made up Garments.
A lady hesitates between
and ' ; home
You want the style,
'ready made
made.
but you want good material,
plenty of stitches and good
work as well. The truth is,
ladies' garments are turned
out by the ton; made cheaply,
made to sell. Our system
manifestly forbids that we either
make or buy this class of gar
ments. No sane man would
do it in our position. You are
inlormed of the fabric, where
made and how, the kind of
thread or silk used, machine
hand-stitched, &c., to the
minutest detail. If the gar
ment proves unserviceable the
risk is wholly ours, and com
mon sense teaches we could
not afford to break the confi
dence we have established
through these years,
confidence we have invited and
We
TLA
Kant
Pari
Wat
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h
or
m
8
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of
a
This
you have given freely,
propose to maintain it. It is
our chief pride and our strong
point.
New things in Ladies'
Wraps made exclusively to our
order.
.
An Imported Wrvinarket, with cape,
nhentlle » Imming and ornsinnnts, velvu. eolhy
md bauds Iu tin' oai-k, »«».(iu.
Also a»p4Tl<tl lot of winter mantles,
short wrap to meet the wants of ladu-s
lor the lonicer Newmarket, tjulte dres-v In sim
liar trimming aud doubly box-pleats In the lm< k.
For ladle« in mourning, u similar style or wrap
lu MlrUlHtl cloth of a dull tdack. silk <|utlteil,
made up as stylish a» at ait permis-lble In such a
garment, *40.co.
A French «Ilk, per feet-fitting
trimmed In
This Its
not earing
lasqoe. richly
d bugle«, a
I Mill luge« of
1
richer gar
.. with all ih
lastle waist .
pop
lai
We can't give you the styles
of coats now in full line.They're
too many for us. Better call
in and see as many of them as
your time permits.
iade plain
Tlght-Filtlog Walking.I
iu dark
xcdclath, M to <• 2.
S im«, plUHh-trliumcd, ft |o 115.
Plain black Jackets. *1 and »15.
.lacket« lu black, trliuuicd, 810
Stock lue lie Jacket-,, flO to »16.
id »91.
John Wanamakeh,
Chnstnui, Tlilrt<^nth and Markei« »treeta, land
City-Hall
, I'htiadelptita.
Mischievous Malaria.
To say that malaria is mischievous
is to put it very mildly. It is all that
and more It is cunning, deceitful,
treacherous, sly, and underhanded.
It does its work in the dark, and in
such a sly way that much of the mis
chief is done before it is discovered.
It saps the foundations of a healthy
system. It robs the blood of its vital
ity, demoralizes the liver, confounds
the stomach, and makes the victim
wish he were in his grave. It is sad
to see peoplesit down in their misery,
content to be the victims of mischiev
ous malaria, and thinking that rtoth
ingcanbedoncforthem. Thcpower
of Brown's Iron Bitters over the
mischiefs of malaria has been so am
S proved
y anybody who can procure a
bottle of this Prince of Tonics shall
suffer. Great is the power of malaria,
and great are its disastrous effects.
But greater far is the beneficent in
fluence of Brown's Ikon Bitters.
The preparation of iron in this favor
ite »family remedy «»can be taken
without ruining the teeth or produc
ing constipation and headache. ,
that there is no reason
^ BoalTIVK CURE Only Two
liottle«.
FOR
CATARR
r5&ïS3S.
j/'j&t'rivxtv i recommended to
■ WTARRH COUO« -. n 1 those HUiTi-rliig cih 1
I SivV-ST Sirs 1 ï'rii?
FHt5eaawts is Ha 1 in ' lliavetrl«
"'•ASAJ.aisBAO» 6 nearly a'l the rmr
^ e«llea, and give this
a decided prelerence
over them all. It
ha - given me linme
• »at.* relief. C. T.
iStki-hk.ss Hard
ware Mer-ha--*
It liar a, N. Y.
HAY FEVER,
d
4:
HAY-FEVER
APPLY by the little
the nostrils. By abs
factually cleanses the na
Unger into
tlon it ef
pa*£A» es of
catarrlial virus, causing b itlthy secret!« ns. It
allays inflaminatlun, prot eti the merobrana
llnlnysorthe head fronr ad lllcnal coldF,
ptetely heals the sores and restores the tense of
taste and smell. Beneficial results are realized
by a f w applications, A thorough treatment
will enre. TTneoualed for colds In head. Agree
able to use. Send Jor circular. Sold by drngglsU,
Bv mall »c. a o koge— stainps.
ELY'B CREAM BALJ4 OO..
Oawego, N. Y.
f
KAMLKOAn t.nrm
T>H ILA D ELI' ! 11 A., VVIL- ßj ~4£9Mg
JT MIWT4TON AND «aWHÜB*
BALTIMORE K a à 1, IM* AD.
ootobkr öl, ISO.
Train« will leave WH min «ton m follow« fo» i
f hllodelpblaaud Intermediate *tatiou«-A.4(\T.W,
Na», a. m. 2.*», 4.00. 7.10, t.èû, p. m.
B t
1
C.
Ht.
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8.1V
8. If*,
ew York—A©), 2.2-k 6.5». *.40, 9.83, 11.83 a. n*.
*12.s% l.H a. • VI7. Ö.*s 7.W.I». m.
Baltimore au-1 *n u*rmedlate station«—1.08,
0.17 a.m. *.0n ;>. in.
Haiti more and Mc y Une— 8.67 p. m.
Baltimore and r. v.hlngton—1
a. in. 1.00, •i.or, '».CO, «.«7, 11
Kaltlmoroonly 1.0V a. ni. 12.27 and «.00p.m.
Tralm for Del
,e, 4.M, «.US ».I»
! Division leave for:
New Castle—-J.< 5 a. in. 1.15,3.00, 4.00 aud
Ht.
V.
«.25 m.
j'l wa 7 atatloas, 9.01a. in.
Harrington, Itelu
il 1. IN p. in.
Wyoming
Exprès« for Harrington. 4.00 p. m.
V bVttl m«, 6.26 p.
.
SUND 15 TRAINS.
Philadelphia and In i «mediate stations—A 10a.m.
12.00 m. 5.30. 7.an, (,«, p. m.
Philadelphia and New Vurk-2.00, 2.28 a. m. A17.
0.8h, 7.30 p. Ui.
Baltimore aud Waging ion—1.42, 4.61, 3.06. ».17,
a. SB. 11.01 p. m.
Baltimore—1/06 a. t
for fh fiber Information passenger* are
ferred to the time ■ posted at the depot.
-W* 1'ialns ma>Vf I thus: (•) are limited express
upou which extra i^ru is charged.
«I. it. \\JoD, General Passenger Agt.
CHAS. K. Pi qil. General Manager.
pKWNSYLVf NIA RAILROAD.
OK AM) AFTlilt JUNE «5, 1KO.
MAIN LINE.
TLA I Nd LKAVfe BROAD STREET STATION.
•Dally. U>ftLy. » xoept Sunday.
"New yolk and t'hlcago Limited
Pullman i'al.kiMi oar«...
Kant blue, flualm * aud Die Wuat
Western EV| r«»-.
N
•11.60 a. ni
•11.06 a. in
* ».«6 1»< m
•11.20 p. IU
• 4.30 a. m
I 7.40 a. m
D 1.06 a. tr
Pari He Kxprett# V.
kiarnsbu
Matntra
Wat kirn
Krl* Ma
y: KAurvafl.*.
J&pre*«.
Rxpn-u.
d HuCr 1> Kipn*»*, dally
except»*« «"day.
aue axiL*** .
nek MatY* Kxprea-i
Marunobultf **pre«i
li.io p. m
7.40 a. in
11.06 a. m
11.06 a. ui
14.10
d Huirrrfttown Exp:
_ a. in., daily, 11.20 p. m. V
twrahur« 5.4*' p. in.
BhtfTMMMl« 11 * 1 VMltey Railroad «ivrry
«Uff»? 7.4«) a. ui., and New Or
RxMrttuviL Luray and t liRtta
l d»Jy ai —
14. ac
f*
* r K
■M
and It
week
lean*
nooga» del> ni
llarrLiturkAud \
MaU Trail#-..
Harrlsbit
York and
h dun^)U'|»^ York A
Parkesbun Train.
. 11.20 p. m
.I 6.40 p. m
.• 7.UIS. in
.5 2.14 p. m
.I 7.40 a. in
presBill.UA a. m
xlation.. .44 44 p. in
.16 46 p. m.
odatlou, 6.10, 7.14, 11.46
. Du Sunday, 7.30 a. iu.,
Kx press.
•mJ Aivoir. modatlon
I fanover Kx
».*vcr and K re. la rick Ex
DowmufflJ w, ' Arc
Lsaidî!»
PaoUlTlP*. «.I''» 7.15, 6.15, 10.15 and 11,
Wif, 1.4), 2.14, 2. A 3.16, A46, 4.16, 4.4
.«tv 1 -) °-A 7.4.1. 9.15, 10.30 and U.iOp.
»url*y, 7.30, 8.3U. ».30 and 11.46 a. m., 1,
, «. 16 aud 10.16 p. m.
r 1 ratas, 6.10, «.46, 7.1\ 7.45
15, 11.45 a. m.. 12.46. 1.45? 2.1b,
\ 4.16, 4. 14, 4.44, 5.15, 6.45, «Vi5 «.«A
30 und 11.30)1. ui. On Suuday, 7.«0,
43a. ih., 1, 2.46, 3.45, 5.15. «.U auJ
m
I
A4\ 3.^5, I
Reyn M
6.15, 6.46,
2.45, 8.1.H 1
7.As ».15.
8 30, y.30, :
10.16 n.m, _
West u»va r Express 7.40 a. in., 4.44, 5.40 p.m.,
aocotiunoR/lu") 0>I( S ». in., 2.L6,,
6,15, 6.457.45, 11.30 p. in. On Sunday,7. Ai
1! 4A a. I e1 1. 6.15 and 10.15p. ui.
. iMlUbura. ^.55 ftnt j 7.50 a ,
m-. 6.U wp P. daily, 4.26 a. m.,
ex ept T,. W ' Erie ana Wl'llamb
port, 7.»U n»v dally, except Monday.
Fr .m id Maxara Vails, 7.6ua. m., lady
except aVji .• *•'«>« Haven. 3.16 u. m.,
tuny ex T~\ Gnday. From Watkins. Elmira
Vil J» In. i t-, 7.25 p.
ilk
cl YORK. DIVISION.
TRAI'/dl#Ve e broad street station
4 ouMck OR N RW YO RK.
4i®ejSfceek-days,
dlondaa, a. 60.
l0 iu. (Limited Exprebs. 1.30,
»E 8 VP.», 6. 6 ,h.«5o 7.46, Baud 8.*iop. in.,
.Ihre" fa^t. on Hu inlays, 8.15, 3.20, 8.46,
ABOWentf* (Limited K.xpress. 6.20)6.30, 7.45,
ÎTi*nf j7 *' 1u > »ad 12.01 ulahL
F ,r f V„ a'l tltrouKb trains con
, *d ' «try City with boats of "Brooklyn
*•* fvjlordlnx direct transler to Fulton
.. double ferriage aud Journey
aerlT«. " York city.
Exufoun* /fa* b P rt «F Lake,Ocean Reach,
nJf'uS/'V' A *'»ury Fark and Loux Brauch,
HOa. m., and 2.45, 8.00, 8.30, 4.00 p.
ui. . ' *Wk days.
KR' ^-^ÄÄBINUTON STATION FRONT AND
NUitKlS STREETS.
gwyk tw York, 6.66 aud 8.40 a. m
W,J \ •' '•* MARKET STREET WHARF.
Exw ftfur New York, via Camden ana Trenton
30 p. in.,on week-days.
(.rove and Loua Ri tutli. Ac.
aud Berkeley. 7V30 n. m., 4 p
t
Att
Trains ar
is
.« dally, ex«eptHun
•1
day.
.20.
'A
Expr
4. A IQO
», «.a?,
5,:
.
k.
a
Its
An »It
fc.V Oil
gar
as
1
, To
E»'
I
HI vi
c«s for Tom'« River and luu-rmedlat*
tlona, 7.»i a. m, and 6.2u p. m.
. and 4.00 p. in.
K'
Tu iVl
BELVIDEHE D1VI8ION.
FROM BROAD STREET STATION.
^ »l^Buuaa
y-Express for LamlwrivIlU
Water Gap, Scranton, Bing
iro, 8.00a. m., 12.01 aiufe.oo p.
:r (.tap only, 4.00
Dil.'
plain
r .■
1
In
«*>
and \V
'
bertvllle. ap. m.
For »euiington, 8.00 a. in., 12.01 and 4.00p. m.
Tral arrivedai(y,excgptSunday-FroiuEaatuu
y t .a. ui. : 3.60, «.46 and ».55 p. m.
Fit* 4 KLXHINOTON STATION,
AND NORRIS STREETS.
FRONT
Dail < , «c<'pt Munday— Exprefö for Lambertvllle,
K« on* Delaware \\ ater Gau, »crautoa, Bing
1,, on sud Oswego 7.40a. in., 12.01, 6.» p.m.
Ko erauton aud Water Gap only, 8.35 p. m.
K01 «mbertvllle, 2.10 p. m. 7 ' v *
For I ininKioiu 7.4t»a. m.; 12.01 and 3.» p. m.
bio* ng^ur tiekets can be bad st Broad and
Cheat t «treeta, »W Client nut atrect, and Broad
Street „
The Ü° l * ' ransfer < ompany win call for and
h rk f l om hotels and residences. Time
irds an«, pi Inform all on can be obtained at the
stalioue ai »t the Ldlowing
No. S3» Chestnut
H. E. cor. Lruad a
land
that
in
mis
sad
rtoth
the
am
a
shall
in
favor
taken
street,
TICKET or'-K8: t No. 116 Market atfelL li<,, * ll,,fc *
I N°. '«»HOfi ave. Uermant'n,
No. 824 Federal st. Camden.
CHAINS E. PUGH, General Manager,
J. H. OOD, General i*«8#engcr Agent.
GRF.AVKNN8YLVAN1À ROUTE.
DOUEE TRACK-STEEL RAILS.
Bn, EN L> HCKN EKY,MAGNIFICENT
KyUIl'MKN NORTHERN CENTRAL UA.L
WAY.
—TaNOKFKXCT MAY It 1863.—
Trains lt-avttaltlmore city lime, as
Mnil Train, rfy except Sunday, for
lh«- Norili a> Weal..... 7.30a. iu
1 1 nited Kxpreco, dally
VI Weit*. * *.V. *. ' *.*.*.'. *. *. *.*.*. *
njrer, dally except
Western' K.xp*»« daily.'.'!
Mail Kxpr. HsVest, dally.11.16 p. m.
Park tow ,i Ac**modatlon, 3.30 6.30 6.aoami 10 00
., ojdiyxcept Sunday. Sunday only, ».30
a. in., uinl i* p. m.
CockeysvlllewominodAtlOB, 9.30, 11 .» a. m.,
2.30, • on, 8J and 11 . 8 O p. in. u*i Sunday,
B.3l)a£Vn., 7 »!!<! 10 p. 11 ..
For Hauov< nd GettysburK. 7.80 a. n>.
For Green Hpig Branch, 6.30 a. in., 3 and 5.30
foliowß :
Chlcan*
W. Hi.
Fast U
10.46«. m.
10.45 a. in.
Um
1 -
Sumlny —
4.30 p. m.
8.45 i). in.
p. in.
For tickets til points East, North and West,
apply at < #ti station, at Northeast corner
Knltfinort a Calvert streets, and at Union
Station.
Hhkkh»«* «•»«! for and checked at hotels and
re dnences orders left at office, northeast
■er Ualttmoind Calvert streets.
BALTIMO:. & FOTOMAC RAILROAD.
FBI CA INVERT STATION.
TA KG EFFECT JUNE 12, 1388.
For Wash Inin 7 a
. 8.15 and 8.55 p.
dally, exccSnndav, and 4.20, 7.36, 9.48
and 11.35 a... sud 6.00 and 7.10 p. in., dally.
F >r Rope's (ck Line, 7.00 a. w. and 4,10 p. m..
dally, exc<Sunday. *
For AniiHpo 7.00 n. m, dally except Sundav.
and 6.00 p. , dally. y '
For Richnoand tlie Soulli at 4,20 and 9.46 a.
m., dally, 18.15 p. m., dally exceptSnnday.
For the Hout'la Virginia klidfand Railroad, at
4.20 a.Tr., 4v. and 8.65 p.m., except Sunday.
7.10 p. ui., a day only.
For (J. and K. It., at 3.15 and 8.55 p. m.,
m.
liottle«.
and
to
cih 1
ï'rii?
rmr
this
It
linme
C. T.
Hard
latly, • X« «Sunday.
»r Nor folk* Botoinac River steamers, Mon
day, Wed nay aud Friday at n.35 à. in.
FM UNION STATION.
d
For WORhln#t, 4.30, 6.60, 7.06, 7.46, 9.80, 11.40
a. m., 2.6t,6, 5.10, 7. Ä 9.06 p. m. On Bun
7 ï)' nt' 11,40 R * 6-m *nd
or va* 1 Ml ad Itoad, at 4.»
., exctöunday. 7.20 \
a. in., dally, 9.06
p> m., on Sunday
FqrC. AO. Id, 6.50 a. m. ( dally, except Son
day, 2.65 in., (limited), 8,25 p. m., and 9.oa
dall xccptouSunday.
I 1 -
FROM l'ENYLVANIA-AVKNUE STATION
For Washing, 6.56, 7.10, 7.60, 9.66 and 11,45 a.
m.. 8.3(i, 6.7.25 and 9.10 p. m. On Sunday
at 6.56, 7.50o6 and 11.46 a. m., 6.16 and 7.M
For Aunapo 7.10 s. m., dsllyexocpt Sunday:
6.16 p. m.,uy.
into
ef
of
It
of
realized
treatment
Agree
Y.
LEAVE VJHINQTON FOR BALTIMORE
Ate.40. 8.0f»ai!d 10.89 a. m., 1.80, 4.10, 4.40.
6.®, 7,81), i and 10,20 n. m. On Sunday»* ai
us«bl*< PnoB, Sra.nl 3*n,r "
MAXLaojjt t,nr»B
W ILMINGTON A NOH-fZgq—
thekn n. n. mms
Time Table U> go Into effect Nov. nth, l«f|
OOINO NORTH.
Dally except Mmdays
...am*
B t iÜ Oil .
iiwa
hi pont ....
C. Kord J.
Lenap».,..
Coat« s ville
Waynes. J.
Ht. Veter i
Warwick .
lteadln
I». A 1t
' lUil
! 3 401 • lif
I 16 #66 6 80
4 IN 7 26
7 Jl
4 ».
, 7 *
7 r,i
ta
e:t:
0 02
64
12»)
7 HI 023 108 6*6 7411
if hi? :r, ;a
«S.-.
1:1
OOIHO SOUTH.
Station«.
Ml. I::
Blr l«boro...
raK"::
Ht. Pater»#
Waynes..?...
Coatesvlllr..
Vscnapc......
V. Porti y. ..
Datif except Hundaya
• Aiua.m. a.m.a.m.p.m.p.m.
I «10 «30, »36 8 DT. A 2)
«4« «49 10 261 8 41 «(»
! 7 14 ] »14 11 14 4 15 6 46
'll»;
1 1146
700
7 1»
7 86! »32
•0 J0M)
K 61 i iu as
-, »04 10 46
19 »27|110«
4 :u
6*0 S
6 II
T 2ÿ
3 6«.
Ml
Dupont. ...
Wliming i .
PAB.itj,
6 24
6
1
11
• 46
Easftii^sr " r Ki , ib#à u "
a. o. * SÄ * ra '
OALT1MORK A PHILADELPHIA R. R.
CIIANUK OF HOUR«.
On *i.4 .rt*r JUNI l.t, UM, train, will ran u
L**r, Wllnln.ton T.n, H.U0, a. m; i.V p. n.
aλ 1 ?"" «• "1 'A** nnnn,
U.OoT'E*' WllmlnrtoR. 10.» *. m.. an4
Arri.. .t lj.nd.nl. m. 11.40 *. m. 7.1« p. m.
L»»« Lnn4.nh.rx «.«6., m: ll.UOp. m.
Arrive at Wilmington « 00 ». n; UI p. m.
hun.lny^ ..„.Imnäinb. ;,(.«•*. m. ,.»p.m.
«tu. MU »■ m. lip, m.
OONi/RLIj »uT-Tlnt.nd.at.
D.
(JAMDEN AND ATLANTIC R. R.
UN AN I» AFTER JUNE«». 11»
TRAINS WILL LKAVR AH FOLLOW»?
FOR ATLANTIC CITY:
From Vine Street Ferry— Express on week-davi.
».46 a. m., 8.16, 4.00 and 6.4ap. m. On Satur
day only, X.0Qp. m. On buntfay,7.80and A10 a.
hhS'kamaion Street Ferre-Ixp
•daya,».30a.ni„8.00, 4.00 and 6.30 p.m. On
y, 2.00 p. ui. on buuday, 7.30 and
From
week
Saturday
8.30a. iu.
ArcominuAltlo. Train will Ira.» .nor. F.rrtra
ou wrak-ilwy. *t 8.00 *.m.ftn4 t.Kp.m.. and
Hun lay at «.00». in. and 4.00 p.m.
Pa.lvr ran attached to all exprua traîna.
■arnratoB train will l.a.e til. at».. Ferric,
dally at 6.30a. m.
LOCAL TRAINS FROM 1*111L A DELPHI A.
Fut Haddondrld from Vine and Shackamaxon
f " " *• -•>
From Vino Mrre « only, 6.45, 7.80, ».30a. ».From
Hliackamaxou street only. 5.*»p. ni.
Sunday trains lexve both Ferries at 8.00 aud 8.30
a. in., and 4.30 p. in.
.reniNJivxnta Railroad Station, foot of
Market street. 7.80 a. in., 2 60, 5.1» and 11.80 p.
in., week-days. Sundays. 9.8ou. m., 6.30 p m.
Fÿ Atro, from Vine and Shackamaxon street
Ferries. 8.(JO a. in., 12.00 noon; 4.1O, 4.30. 6.00
p. m. »u,,.l.va ».bn^ in., t.ab o. V Trum
had ofllarket street, 11.80 p. in.
For I lam in on ton, from Vine and Shackamaxon at,
Ä 00 ^ m *l i». 6 « 00 P. ««a
da>s, «.lOa. iu., 4.10 p. m. Saturdays only,
from root oi Market street, ll.iop. ni.
For Lakeside. U. U0 a. m., 2.00 p. m.
Fot Martian, Medfonl, Mt. Holly and Interme
«I late stations, leave root of Murk* t stre t, week
days, 7 30 a. in.. 2 JX> and 5.00 u. m. Sundays,
».*)a. in., 6.80 p, m. From Vine andShacka
on Kerrie«, 10.00 a. m., week days.
For william Mown, from Vine and Hhackamaxon
street ferriea, 6.00a. in.. 12.00 m. 4 X).6.00 p. m.
M oodruff parlor cars on all expreas trains.
W. N. BANN AUI),
Superintendent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
I
J. R. WOOD,
• cn'l Paa«. Agent.
THE MODEL FAST LINE, AND THE ONLY
LINE BETWEEN
TH* EABT AND THE WEBT, VLàjWAAHlN«
HIN.
DOUBLE TRACK !
JAN NY COUPLER I
STEEL RAIL» I
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1882.
LEAVE CAMDEN STREET STATION ?
A. M.tChliHgo, Cincinnati, St. Louts Fast Ex
8.00 press, H. A O. Palace Sleeping Oars to
Cincinnati, St. 1/ouls and Chicago,
iwashlngton aud way staUuns. (VA.
MIDLAND) South we« t, Richmond, (via
uuantlco. )
OTHcott Cfty and wav statlans.
)..» »Vrah'Ä linVi ,U ' U, "'
7 IS fNUT^N fep- "TAUNTON AND WASH
tan Branch*** Ä " d " Utloa " 0 ' 1 Metropoll
7.60 tlMediuouL Strasburg, Winchester, Bag
Frederick and way tUllona, vTa
Mata HU». (On Suuday to Klltcott City
9.0° tl'fljntllURG.CI NCI N N ATI. ST. LOUIS,
J'^JG^DTON AND COLUMBUS KX
1 RLHh dally, and CHICAGO dally exveft
Saturday. (Richmond and the Booth, rla
Uuantlco). hlwptng earn, Baltimore tuClU
clunall, Louluvfile aud Chicago ilnnetlou.
l arlorCars, Chicago Junction to ( lil. ago.
Sleeping Cars, Grafton to Indianapolis,
dnliy exeoptSalurdsT. 1 *
9.10 tw athlngton and way su Iona. Annapo
lis on Sundays. Y
10 '*° imA£is! N0 ™ n asu i-auhbl. U
4.40
r. m.
Ä r , uh i B * t ? n i Annapolis and way.
180 way öuudmy ouly * tQT Waahlngton
7 un L'lty and way sutlons.
2.50 Washing ton said Way HUtlons. (Rlch
niomi, Uuantlco, except Hnndav). Con
nect at H ashlngton with I. A 8. < 5 . Co., on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and with
Potomac Uteamboat Oo. on Tuesday, Thura
Norfolk M ^ Urda> for uw rolnl Co»tori,
and
LSI
4.00 WABH1NUTON EXPRES». Stoni
HyaîïJ v*lI U*" D * po11 ' Ju action, Laurel and
4.20 JJ a ,ncboiiU!r '' Hageratown, Frederick and
Annapolis and way.
6.20 tFrederlrk and way station«.
«•* »ÄÄ.
/.i , V' ^»l»ce Bleeping Cara to
Cincinnati. 8t. Lou If aud Chicago, Lynch
V« u , r# L au ' 1 . l " e fck)Uth * vU Va. Midland; 000
ft" lit" 5^ , :^ on,y ' fo f Mry »°J way.
Airy and way autious. 1
11.80 Washington and way sutlons.
for Mètropoliun Branch, 7.16 a. m tl
nd 2.60 p.m. For Rockville, t».oo a. m *
trains stop at Relay except 3.00 a. m.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE;
5.00, 16.», 6.50, t7.45, 8.10. tD.00. in «I a «, .
».ft
e* , "ptü-,Jïv n ' Ur °"- T - ° tber
rÂîïïrÂ:ï e v h .r!Kiî{ sas; *:&
«■FMTHALTlMoUK rt TKKLTrNy.'""*'ci"
BUo'Alfw U * N H1a¥,on A 1 " 1 " SOUTH
y- "• <' I KMEN ™.
Master of Traneporlatlon.
I*»
8.45
Ail
C. K. LORD,
Oen. 1 '*m. Agoni.
__ mAJTVUL
r p'HK AKTIZANB BAYING BANK.
NO. 602 MARKET BTREKT,
IHCORPOIIATXD JANUAUY 24TH, 1861.
Open to receive deposits from» a. m. until 4p. m.
and on Tuesday and Saturday evenings
iroin 7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
S^d!,tSï , 5u^8Mb.^iSS7iooîK3
K^Ä.ttwM r S^^. d ^? 0 ■ 1UCOm,,0 ''" ,1
MANAGE«»:
deinen t B. Smyth,
Charles W. Howland,
Nathaniel R. Hen:on,
Henry F. Dure,
W. Hostings,
Edward Fomj
George W. Hush,
George «, (.apel le,
J* 1r<J i 'üÀto'a.
. „ iaffiifaîwi k
Anthony Iilggins.
SWM'OT*. President,
■I. V. MATHffK. Andltt.,.
feb21-ly
N. MELCHIOR
■GUNSMITH
No. 214 King Street,
H», for .*1. BHXIC11 ami IfUZZLI uoadiho
G- TT IST S
sepl4-1y-M
TM9MMMAMM mmmmmimm
THE GOING
VETERINARY REMEDIES
•BT—
vV ILLI AM8>
These remedies have a world-renown
reputation, and if once given a trial
quickly prove their superior qualities
PRICED LIST :
A GENERAL CONDITION POWDER, . „ ,
FOR Worms, PKK package - . ' JO CENTS.
Ktrs'iKaiïÆ?'' oo . ,m ' * ro I
is ■.«JteffeffiA*"' »r™.
FOR THRUSH . . .
FOR EYE WATER . . .
TORWARTS ...
TOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES
TOR COLIC . . *
M CENTS
60 CENTs'
W CENTS'
m cents'
25 0 NTS
23 CENTS.
25 CENTS
25 CENTS]
The above remedies are in use by tJ
leading horsemen in the country, and as the«
are simple and safe any person may adminl
ister them to his horse and save a large doc!
tor's fee. They will do all they are recom
mended to if the directions arc followed
they are kept constantly on hand.
GENERAL CONDITION POWDER. I
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 being
feverish. It is indispensable in colds and
coughs.
am
WORM POWDER
This is the only sure remedy ever
for those anoying pests. If the animal is s<
troubled they will be expelled in a very slior
time after the first administration, leaving tin
horse in excellent condition and the hair :
lively color.
usei
FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS,
Tender Cords and a general Liniment. Thia
is the best liniment in the world, and is used!
by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to
any other.
FOR SP A V I N
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.
FOR THRUSH.
By following the directions the lame
horse can be relieved in three dt\ys, ready j
tor 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 safr and sure remedy
in use. If the disease involves the entire leg
it will make a perfect cure, and will remove
any skin disease on any part of the body.
FOB COLIC.
This remedy is so convenient that the
horse can be relieved without even taking
him from the carriage if it be wind colic, n
flatulent keep the horse quiet and in addition
to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespoonfuls of
scalded flour and starch with 2 ounces 0
laudanum every 2 hours for 4 to 6 hours and
if there are no other complications no horse
need ever die with colic under his treatment.
FOR SALE AT
THE NIGHT PHARMACY
402 MARKET ST.
DELAWARE
WILMINGTON,

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