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WnjÜUlUTÖM. MONDAI."
NOV. 1«.
Tte"Marolng New*" And th. Municipal
Coart.
The rabid ftpite of the Morning ATric*
«Mgtlnst Judge Cummins, of the Municipal
Çairt r reached the height of indecency this
-Hing in a long-winded article, tn
a pretended review of the
prxctb tn and duties of tho court is
gl/en with the evideut lu tent Ion of ftudlng
gt ix -use for the pig-headednes* of the
1C .j >r during the past month or so ot hi*
fi'eral attitude toward the court, and inci
dent l*y to make it appear that the very re
I ctsut submission of the Mayor to tho
n a'o of City Council, backed by the
over vhelrulng sentiment of the people,
was a voluntary tribute of respect for the
law on bis part.
After months of insolent and impertinent
•lurs upon the court aud almost dally en
couragement of Mayor Wales and his police
force to the same cour6e ; the .Vr»« now has
the hardihood to cite the quiet aud d'gniflcd
contempt with which the J udge has treated
Its personal abuse, as a fact In support of
it» foolish charges. In other words It de
liberately sets about to commit a crime—for
its act is a crime against public
morals and public decency—aud theu
twit» the court for taklug no
steps to punish its offense, well-kuowlr.g
that to do so would have given It the parti
san opportunity It was aching for to charge
the court with seeking to stifle public senti
ment with respect to a new public
institution of Democratic origin, and
thus make it appear that there
was" something in the court which
would not bear public discussion. But
Judge Cummins quietly let it rave itself
into te ni insanity, and the result hu» been
precisely what any keen observer
might have predicted— au ignominious
failure to break down the court by slander
ous abuse of It. We have characterized this
conduct on the part of the iYeirs as inde
cent, but really the word, unqualified, falls
short of accurately describing it. Criminal
indecency would give a better Idea of the
actual nature of its oflense.
The Electoral Vote.
The Electoral Vote.
At the request ot a valued subscriber, xe
print, below, the number of votes each State
wi'l have in the next Electoral College. As
the Congressional representation of a num
ber of ôtâtes was enlarged by the recent ap
portionment, the Electoral College is a bo
enlarged, as the Electoral vote of a State is
equal to the numerical strength ot its Sena
tors and Representatives combined. Under
the new apportionment, the reprcsen atlon
of the respective States in the next Electoral
Co'lege will bo as follows:
. . . lOt.Hlcnereta . . 7
V Nevada 3
8 New York of*
New Jersey.
0 Nebraska.. .
New Hampshire 4
v orth Carolina. 11
12 Ohio
. 22 Oregon. 3
15 Pennsylvania . 30
. 13 Rhode Island . 4
. 9 South Carolina . 9
Kentucky . 13 Tennessee 12
«Texas .13
▼trgtnia.12
Vermont.
ft West Virginia . .. ft
13WIsconeio. 11
Alabama
Arkansas.
California
Colorado. 3
Connecticut .
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Illinois.
Irdlana
Iowa.
Kansas..
. 3
4
J '•
Louisiana
Maryland.8
Maaaacbusetts .14
Maine.
Michigan.
Mississippi. fl
Missouri . .10
4
401
H vi ig satisfied the request of our go r ,d
Democratic ft lend by furnishing him with
the me ubership ef the next Electoral Col
Uff*. we leave to him and others interested,
th ta 'k of estimating in advance how the
Tote of th • college will bo divided iu the
CO« n f Presidential contest. We assure
hi n, however, that in view of the results
of the various State elections held this year
and a»t, the Gazette would have no diffi.
cult? 1 • preparing a tabla that would elect
the Democratic candidate for President be
yon 1 a doubt. If be or any of his friends
wls'i to try their hands at preparing an esti
mate, we will cheerfully print the result of
their labors.
Wbhs puivath parties
corporations
4esfre tho use ol a street for railroad pur
posi », tho City Council should bo sure that
the results will fully compensate tho com
munlty fsr the j^rivilege, before it is gran ted.
The city of Wilmington has been altogether
too lavish in the past in surrendering streets
that were
'ssary for the uses of the pub
lic, and care should be taken that no such
mistakes
made in ibe future.
Nothing could be more ridiculous than
the attempt to giyo the "model" police
credit for ceasing their thievish practice ol
pocketing fees and costs that belong to the
city. Instead ol being commended they
ought to bo procecuted for tho recovery of
every penny they have stolen.
Of the Many Ueinedle».
before the public for Nervous Debility and
weakness of Nerve Generative System, there
is none equal to Allen's Brala Food, which
promptly and permanently restores all Jost
vigor; it nover fails. SI pkg., ft for 55—At
druggist or at Allen's Pharmacy 215 1st ave..
New York.
Dr. flimms' Pain Searcher, tho perfection
of pain medlclues, prompt, quick, sure.
Immediate in relieving cramps, pains,
cholera morbus, neuralgia, rheumatism, etc.
Depot, Fourth and King streets. Sold by
druggists.
* ei\rn To'wgrophy,
day or evening, F. & N. J. telegrapii, main
VXhestrmt &tre«t Philadelphia, Pa.,
Ofllöft Market strset, WTimingtnn,
ItV.K WAK O* I«tH.
The Ketirftd (<MerHl S*v» Th«r« Will »>•
Vient y ul W urR for tUe Army.
William Tecuma* r
over to Governor'« Island fi
York Mattery un Thursday »nd netted
âAaeml Hancock for en hour Userai
] «facoek fl couflnod to hia house After the
visit General Sherman went to the meeting
of the Military Service Institution and heard
read a paper on the duties, hardahips aud
nece«*ltie* of tho cavalry at the trouUer
> 08 ts. The paper was writteu by Colonel
IraekeU, Third Cavalry.
General Sherman waa Introduced by
General Crittenden, and as he got up he waa
applauded. * 4 I did not come here tospeak,"
he began. rt It fa the first time I have ever
beeu pirtent at one of your meet
ings, but through correspondence with
General Hancock I have enpouraged
you In your purpose, which I beliçfe Is
to develop military art aud military science.
The paper Just read is almost like A, B, C
. 1 believe the cavalry arm of the ser
vice baa lor 15 years past bel peil ou our na
tional civilisation In a minner for which It
is entitled to reosiv# the reaped of Its com
rades and of the people of this ooautry and
the whole civflfaed wçrld It hM '
actual serrlcc In propox tion to iu «tas than
any other part or tho army since the <d?U
war closed, IS years ago, and that Is- the
lifetime of a man. It has done great work
with Indians and cowboys and all other Ir
regularities In the far West,
for the cavalry to unsaddle their horses and
take their ease.
•* At the same time," continued General
Sherman, "this Is a curious world we live
lu, and there is no peace lor the wicked or—
or for the happy either. So 1 wish to eu
courage by the wisdom of experience the
youth of the land, in front ot whom the
work lies. There is yet plenty of work lor
every man in the service, and there always
will be work for tho military. Old men
like General Hancock and I understand that
we must pass off the stage, but wo have got
our heads yet, and they will ever be at
the service of our young men who follow
us. Wo have gone ahead and act the
example. I know that there always will
bo war on earth. America la only on tho
threshold of her history, and the Americau
Government. Is to play the part of protector
to the human family. Tho whole world
turns to us to see wliat the result of our ex
periment in government will be. We do not
believe in tho divine right of kings to rule,
but we do believe that tho Almighty ru es,
and by laws almost to iuttulto for us to un
derstand. Wo are the lirat people who try
as a people to understand those laws. We
have passed througn the measles aud
the whooping cough of history, and uow
national manhood begins.
•"As I said before, there will always bo
on earth. If a foreign war should come
to us, that would bo easy to take care of.
It's the civil war which Is worse. Maybe It
will be between labor and property. The
regular array was a great boon In the civil
war, and it would be in another civil war.
Politicians aud civilians sneered at the reg
ular service then, but I saw these men be
seech us to give them somebody to put a
battalion into shape.
"Before another lifetime comes around
there will be 200,000,000 people in tills
country. The régulai army will always be
needed. I believe we could put into the
iicld an ellectivc army ot 100,000 meu. Keep
up the army. It will form a hardened cen
tre which will be able to penetrate to the
eud cf the world If necessary. It will be a
bond between all parte of the Union. 1 have
fear for the future. Let us keep our
knowledge on which this military s>sleiu
is found, pure, holy and sucred. 1 believe
that in our army the captains and lieuten
ants are as well endowed as any ou earth,
ai)d are willing to do or die for their
country.''
tha New
Now It Is time
NEW YORK'S VOTK.
liai
ion y and Good Party Management
Will GiveU to the Democratic Candidates
Next Year.
[New York World})
The Democrat« in this State gained a vic
tory on Tueeday last. But It was won over
the bluri'i
mont as well n6 over the united Republican
party. The result was due to the fact that
the rival organizations In tht* city,as a rule,
supported the State candidates m good
laith. The mistake of Judge Maynard's
of the Democratic manage
nomination, however, had Its bad effect In
the city and all over the 8latc. The candi
date run more than "A),000 votes behind bis
ticket in five cities In the State—New York,
Brooklyn, Buffalo, Syracuse and Rochester.
This defection naturally affected the other
Democratic candidates, making their ma
jority Ices than it Otherwise have been, aud
was the cause of the Republican majority lu
the Legislature.
The main strength of the Democracy is
in this city. The total registration thia year
waa 182,000. The vote polled waa about
102,000. The vote on Supreme Court Judges
waa probably the moat equal dlvlaiou of
party strength to be found among the can
didates, and shows the Republicans to have
had in round uumber« 53,000. Th!» would
a equar« test have left tho Democracy
about 50.000 majority, and thia they would
have secured on all their candidates If the
party bad been thoroughly united.
An analysis of the vote shows how impos
sible is success with a divided party in the
city. The vote on Astcmb'yman indicates
more distinctly than any other the relative
strength or the factions, because in
all but six Assembly dibtricta separate
candidates were run by Tammany and the
County Democracy. In tLrec of these dis
trict* although united on Assembly, there
waa a factional contest on Aldermen—
namely, in tho Thirteenth, Twenty flrat aud
Twenty third—and we therefore get tho re
lative strength of the factious in all but
three Assembly district*. In the remaining
21 district* Tammany polie l 53,381 and the
County Democracy 45,<117 votes. In three
Assembly districts Irving Hall united with
Tammany and In three with the Couuty
Democracy. Outside these union*, which
offtet each other, Irving Hall polled on
separate candidates only about 5,500 voter.
The Aldcrmanlc contest seems to confirm
the correctness of tbi* estimate of the rela
tive fctrength cf the factions, Tammany
electing eight Aldermen and the County
Democrats seven, while
Democrat with Tarnmany proclivities make*
the 10 Democratic members of tbs board,
leaving eight Aldermen to the Republicans.
This proof of the relative strength of the
Democratic factious In the elty settles tho
question of the absolute necessity of a policy
iu 1884 which will, oolldly unite the party
on a babis calculated to make all fa tlons
equally anxious ior victory. It is extremely
fortunate that the National Convention« lor
tho nomination ot' Presidential candidate*
meet early next year, so that the question
ol uniou will not be postponed until the eve
of the election. The lesson of the present
election ought to teucli the factions the abso
lute necessity of a more fraternal spirit ot
a perfect union, of mutual concibsiou* and
the folly of making combinations or iteklug
alliance* outside their own pjrty.
of
Independent
ol
of
AXotliers Don't Know.
IIovv many cliildre
are piiuishod for
being uncouth, wilful I and lndlilirent to
instructions or reward», simply because
they aro out of heallh ! An Inteliigent lady
said 01 a child ot thia kind: "Mothers
should know that if they would give the
little
•s moderato doses of Hop Bitters for
two or three weeks, the children would be
all a parent could desire."
by
.Allen'* Drain Food.
Tlie gloiy of 11 man i6 bis strength. It
you arc weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Alien's
Brain Food wlb permanently restore all loht
vigor, and strengthen all the mu clos of
br in and body. Ç1 pkg.ift for $5. At drug,
çtsb«, or Allen's f^iannftcy, M15 First Ave.
Our Monday offering of
Drew Goods takes in far too
wide a range for special men
tion save as an item may stand
for a thousand.
Black Silk, you know, is
good for all occasions.
Extraordinary value and guarAatted wear In
a Gros Gralu at *1.24, (l.ftO and f 1.7» per yard.
Black gnilted Sateen, in diamonds an I tljrxa.«
pattern», ftl, ft. 1 ft and f!.» per yard.
We neverhad the ilncrt uiakea lu the world for
in little money. A dro*a pattern D fully guaran
teed.
Some cf the recent invoices
of Colored Silks are in the
richer designs and in new
shades that defy description.
Yelvtt Dam»»»», lu a llflc of colors, ftft to ftiv.
Bridal Dresse» and While Evening Silk», a
new Tupplr.
Silk Velvet«. In an unusually fleh »«^rtiui u*.
Tbcss eoanters are now uauMiatly well SGKSknd
with Une» of Milks and Vclreta, having attrac
tion» never before ao great either In variety,
beauty or price.
The various sections of
Ladies' Woolen Dress Goods
present new features almost
every day. The outgoings are
a steady stream. Some lots
are duplicated and show up
agaiu. Many—and naturally
the best bargains—once sold
out, come no more,
you of these is what Store
News is for.
To tell
I.udlofc' Frcurh Cheviot«, lit oil shades, M-Inrli
A Lupin 4*-1nch f'Mhaerc I« a new mention.
Very fine iiuaUiy. Till« and the extra »Odra
constitute« •pe.-lni value for fl ami «>.23.
« 1 .».
JOHN WANAMAKEB.
Opera and Inlants' Cloak
ings were made to our own
order in a suburb ol Paris.
White
only.
d with Blue
piece of a kind, ftl.fto to|J.
Brocaded Cloak Pigs, a remarkable purchase. In
of great beauty and 6n inches wide ror fl.
S'a) skin Cloth»'. M) Inches, a decidedly »(trunk
price at «*• per yard.
Muk TofUnl patternr,
<•
A Black Diagonal Lad!
•»tyle
Cloth, poptunr li
d nrl -c, «2.
Cloth*
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Elegant Lace Rucliings,
made in Paris to our original
designs, a large line up to
$2.25 per yard.
Pompadour, Oriental, Egyptian »nd Spanish
Laces, our own design- ami Impur'talion, In ex
tensive y »rlely.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Now is the time, if ever, to
get carpeted floors, in an extra
superfine Ingrain, lor just 75c.
per yard ! That is, if your
rooms are not too large.
We've overhauled our stock
and put short lengths at this
absurdly low figure.
ot
f
The unost h
grade».
Smyrna Rugs, c.hotce »election for use fill
elegant present*, to he had
ckev'.r carried of all the higher
»w. 75o.
John Wanamakek,
Oiestnat,.Thirteenth and Market: streets, and
City-Hall sou are, Philadelphia.
A POSITIVE CURE Only Tira Rattle».
FOR
ATARRl
VjSîîr# vetv C
MTARRH COLO*
bay fkvkk.
i recommended to
tuoae Miff« rlinr (an 1
Have been (with Uay
, Ely's Cream
Ra»m 1 have trl. d
• early a'l tbo rent
wIlcB aml K ly. till»
»decided preterem •«
e.r Ibeiii all. It
EAD
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r 6
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late relief. O. T.
stkphknk Hard
im-ica, N. Y.
I
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HAY-FEVER
APPLY by the unie flngor into
y»e nostrils. liv absorption It « 1
fe jiuall v cleanses the na*al i.asaagus of
,,u,9, og healthy »ecretlona. It
allay» inflammation, nrot «-t» the membraua
llnlugaof the head fronr ad Itlcnol cold»,
uletely heals tlie sore*, and reamrea the sense of
taste and smell. Beneficial results are realized
b\ * r w apiillcatlon.-i. A thorough treatment
will cure. TTncnualeYi for colds !•» h«*»d. Agree
able to use. »end Iir circular. Sold by druggUu.
liv mall 80e. a n »rage-stamr».
ELY'S CREAM BALM CO ,
0»we*o, v
wilt's
p e c i fi c
. Y.
S
I»a compute anti
dote to all kind» o
JJloo<i Poison »nd
Hktu Humor.
to
INHERITED IT.—-My family all luiv»Srrofnlx
-»oii.e inlldlv, but iny caoe was ol tho worst type
and re»lK(cd all trHAtmeul until I u»rd Hwlft*»
Specific, which cured me sound and well by lorr
lng all the poison out through tue pore» of « lie
»kln. H. Is the greatest medicine In the world,
andlhopeanv who doubt It will write me here.
K. C. UAWB.JB., Clarksville, Ga.
be
.. Af K r twrnty-flveyearB with apamful
It
of
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aad «kln Dissasss maU»d
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OCTOÏlER I3<1, ltt*.
U timinfr^n »« follow« for
1AM
Inina win i.
rtoi..«!pbi» (-..r*! »,3t. «.as. r.*o, ».a
UII.6».«. in. 13.41,1.M,*. IT,» k
N»w York-H».» sa»« *.M. U.tek. f.
1WM, I.M. ».*1. t iV. A », 7.M.P. Ul.
Baltimore an<) lut* mediate •i.ttioas—l.tt,
9.1?a. m, «.(*• Hi.
Baltimore and Kay Lloc-«.*7p. m.
lUltlmore and t\'i»hln*ton--t.Ä 4.U, «.<* V.IT
a. m. 1.00, •i.U), 5.00, «.57, ll.CHp. w.
IxalttmoraaiiH--1.06, a. su. 12.27 anda.ODp.rn.
Trains for Dt (aware Division leave fer:
NfwCnas-f.O',1.14«. a. Lift, «.ft, 4.00 i|nd
<
«.«> i>. in.
Ilsrrtngtou, Dvlmarand
and 1.1' p. m.
i T fcUtlem, ft.ftta. an.
Wyoming and w.»v »tali
Kxpivaa for Harrington, 4.00 p, in.
, «.3ft p.
SUNDAY THAI NS.
PliU^dclpMa and mt*-r nod lau* stations—ft,I0a.
12.00 m. ft.». . ft.fA, p. n .
PjOhMb-ijgtu* aud New York-2.00, 2.» a. w. ft|
Baltimore aud WaaMAXlon-t.42. 4.01. 8.OF, ft 17,
a. m. XX.04 p. ».
BaUunore—l.GG t. in.
Bor farther I iformation t»a«»«xigi
Isrrwd to the ti»«*- table» !><i»ted at the
BVTralns utarti* .1 thus: <•) are limited expies»
opaa whlekextra urn 1» charged.
J. U. WOOD, Guuera! i'swcnier Agi.
Gil AB. K. PUG1I. Geu«*rsi Manager.
17.
or» are
lll'Pbt.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
OK ANI> AFTKK JUNI IV 1M.
il AIN LINK.
TUAINS 1,1 AVI OROAD STREET STATION.
Pullniiiu Palaorcar*. . .
fast Lin«-, Pltw-hurg aud the West
Western fcxt-rr r.
Paclfte Kxpn ee West .
Har nah arg £3 pm*...
Niagara JUpr«*». « 7,40». m
Watkins Exurcs-.111.06 a. w
trie MaB and Bufiido Kxpre«», dally
«Ecejit Baturrtay. 11,20 1». m
KTifesnöte;;:::::::n:r::::::::iÄ8kS
Martluaburg Jfxprus*. §4.» and 11,061. m
GhauilMir»Uurg and Hagerstown Exprs#« S4.8C
7.40 aud 11.06 a. u... dail), 11.20 p. m. For Cl am
benimrg only, ft.411 p. m.
mumandoafi Valley Kallroad every
weak day ai 7.4.» «. in., aud Nea Or
leans Ex press, via bn ray aud Chatta
nooga, daily »1 .
HarrUbnrgaud Y
Mali Train.
Harrisburg. Accommodation
York and Hanover Lxnr«-M.
1. m
11.20
tl.O-i
«.I« (>. I.
fists
il. Xp. ta
I ».40p. m
1 7.00 a. tn
k KipruM
I 2.141».
I 7.40».
York, Hanover und Frederick Exprès»)! I.it* ». ...
Columbia ami York AccotiiinoUation...14 Hip. m
Parks»bnrg Train. « 45 p. in.
IXowuiugtowu AcroiuoMKlatlon, «.10, 7.1ft, 'll.4<
a. m.. au'JXO.rwp. m. ou HuuUar, 7.» a. u>.,
3.45 and ft.ift p. m.
PaoUTrain«, «.in, 7.16, 8.15, 10.15 »ret 11.45
а. in.* 12.4A, 1.4», 2.14, 2.46, ft.16. 3.4ft, 4.1% 4.45,
б. 1% 6.43, Li; to. kV 7.46. y.13, 10.» and ll,» p.
in. On Sunday, 7.:%», ft.:«», tt.»an-t 11.45 o. m.. t,
2.4ft, 3.4ft, 0.1ft, 0.15 and 10.16 p. m.
Bryn Jftawr Tratu», *.«S *.46. 7.1ft, 7.4ft
8.16,0.43, 19.15. ,H.46a. m.. 12.43. 1.41
2.4% 3.14, 2.4% 4.1ft, 4.44, 4.4*, 8.16, 6.4ft, «.
7.4-5, 9.1-5. 10.00 and 1L30 p. in. On Hun«Uy,| 7.dL\
«•*», 9.30, 11,46«. m.,1, 2.4ft, 3.43, 6.1ft, 8. M aud
10.16 1».
W* »t Clu ster Expi. », 7.40». m.. 4.44, 6.40 Ji.m.,
»ccoiuinodaUun, 6.10, 11.46 a. m., 12.13,,
6.13, 6.46. «.4. >, 7.4% U.»p. tu Ou Sunday, 7.»
uilft, ». m.. 1, 6.13 ana lO.iftp. m.
Trains arrive—From Pittsburg. 2.6ft aud 7,» a.
6.IS 7.26 p. in., dally. 4.23 a. tn.,
«xcept Monday, »rom Erie and WPilauib
port, 7.Sf) a. m., dully. except M lnlav.
From HuUalo and Niagara Falls, 7.6Ua. m., lolly
except Monday. Fiom Lock Haven, B.IA il», in.,
dally uxeept Sunday. From Watkins, Fltnlra
and Williamsport, 7.26 p. m., dally, exeepi bun
day.
NEW YORK DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION
FOR NEW YORK.
week-lay», 3.16, .», 3.43,
except Monday h.«L 7.J0, ».», tt.JU
d 11 a. m. (Limited Exprcsh. l. JO,
3,'A)i>. in.) L ■% 4, 6. SK..JU.7.43, »aud «.»b. m.,
and 12.01 night. On Hundaya, 3. >6, a.vxL 3.4/»,
8.» a. lit., 4, (Limited F.xpress. 6. JU) «Tal, 7.46«
u p. m, and 12.01 night.
Exprès» on
b and tt.2u p.
F'jr Brook I y ii, .N. Y., a l tor
•tatJersey City with boau
Auncx," ailonlln* direct transfer ^ , u . wu
sin-el, avobiiug d'.uUe ferriage and journey
aero»« New York city.
Exprès» for Sea Girt, hpring Lake,Ocean llleach,
ocean Grove, A»oury Park aud Loug Huanch,
tt.UU
«»ugh trainii coi
" " f ■ r Ä
hpring Lake,Ocean »each,
»tu, Asoury Park tu*l Loug Uuanch,
.»a. m., and 2.45, 3.UQ, 8.30, 4u0u p.
ck days.
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT AND
NORRIS STREETS.
Express for New York, *.66 and 8.40 a. ja. on
week-days.
i i
tn.,
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
Express for New York, via Camden
H.6D a. in., aud 4.3U p. tn..
î n ■««■.
waek-day».
Exprès tor Ocean Grove and Long Branch, Ac.,
via Tom's River and Berkeley. 7.3 Uh. in., 4 p.
Express for Totn'i River and lnterniodlaU
»talion», 7. »a. in, aud 6.20p. m.
Tuckerton 7.» a. in. and 4.00 p. m.
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM BROAD STREET STATION.
Dally, except Sunaavf- Exprès» for Lambe'tvUl«
KmIod, DHawarc Water Onr, Scranton. Ring
ham ton and Uawcgo, tt.UU a. in.. 12.01 and 6.00 p.
in. For ricrautoii and Water Gap only, 4.00
p. 1».
For l.ambcrtvlllc, 8p. m.
f or Fleming ton, tt.ou a. iu., 12.01 and 4.» b. a.
ratus arrive daliy,«■xcepthunday—From Easton,
3.60, 7.4« and 9.66 p. tn. '
FROM KENSINGTON STATION, ifRONT
AND NORRIS STREET».
Dally, except riunder—Express far l^ainb«rt rille,
Easton, Delaware Water Gap, Scranton, lliug
liaintou aud 0«>v( go 7.40 a. m., 12.01, 6.K) p.m.
«ad Water Gap only, S.86p. m.
Laml»ertvUks 2.10 p. m. r
For Fleming ton. 7,40 a.
Sleeping-car tickets
kk
.; 12.01 and 8.»p. m.
he had at Bro»d and
Chestnut »tritt», BBS C'heataut street, and Broad
Street % tat Ion.
The Union Tran «fer Company
check ttaggage from hotels and 1
card* aud 1 ull luioruiatlou a
»lutloiiB aud at the following
No & 886 Chestnut street,
.liroad aad Chestnut.
TICKS! orriCEB: < No. lie Market street,
*üÿ*l lo , n RV, '* Dennoil*«,
l No. »4 Federal bt. (lainden.
CHARLES K. PUGH. General Manager,
J. K. VVUUU, General Passenger Agent.
will call for and
re»ldeiiceL Time
be obtained at the
>. K.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TRACK—STEEL UAH4.
BPLENDID »C'EN EKY.MA dNIFICjCNT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN central KA.L
WAY.
—TA.K1NO EFFECT MAT Ik 1883.—
Trains b*avv Haiti in ore city lime, —,
M.iii Truln, daily exespt Sunday, for
ill»! Norib and West...
Chicago and Ll nited Expre«», dally
F.ibl Line, ■
liarrUburg
Sunday...
WcHleru Ex y reut, dally. a.no u. in.
Mall Express, Weat, datly.ll.lftp. in.
Parktown An <iiain«xlatlon, 3.30 6.»6.» »mi 10 00
., dally, except Sunday. Sunday only, 9.»
a. in., and J.JOp. in.
Ooekeysvllle Accouiiuodalion, 9.30, 11.» a. in..
2.30, '00, 8.00, and 11.80 p. m. Un Sunday.
9 30aTVu., 1.» and 10 J>. in.
For Hanovt r and Gettysburg, 7 JO a. m.
For Green Spring Brauch, C.30 a. in., 8 j|,nd 6.»
For tickeU U> all pointa Kost. North ami West,
apply at Calvert station, at Norllu aeti corner
Ifaltimore and Calvert etreets, and at Union
follows :
• 10.46 m. m.
Uy* West
10.43 a. m.
»enger, daily except
tattou.
laygage called for and checked at hotel» and
orders left at office, nertbeut cor
ner Baltimore aud Calvei t street».
BALTIMORE. & POTOMAC RAILROAD.
FROM C AxoVEKT STATION.
TAKING EFFECT JUNE 12, 18631.
For Washington 7 am. 8.16 aud 8.66 n. m.
daily, except Sunday, ami 4.», 7,36, 4,46 and
and 11.85 ». m., and 6.BO sod 7.10 p. Tn., daily.
^daUy 1 exV' t s 7.0*0. re. and MOp. re.,
<,illT
For Richmond and the South at 4,» and 9.45 a.
m., dally, nnd 8.16 p. in., dally cxeentfluiiday.
For the South via Virginia Midland KatlMkd, at
f:».. m'YÂVteü 1 " p '"" ' !ÏMPt ^ unrf * r -
'afi.sLS sViy. " *"' 1 *" »•
For Norfolk via Potomac River sic amor», Mon
day, Wedm ^Jay and Friday at It.3ft ». ».
FROM UNION STATION.
For Washing:/m, 4.8«, «.an, 7.0S, 7.«, 9.1».
». a.,, 2.Vi, :.2\ 6.1S, 7.*t, 0.9?p. on Bun?
IV? 9 * W * n -*° »• l.l« and
For
ft. Mid!
ot Rood, at 4.87 a. re., diUy. «.0«
ttumlay. 7.20p.m., oSTftftday
oui " r
ForC.'Ao. U .id, « .»os, m., dally, e*d'
d»v, 2.M V. m.. (limited), kttp. in.ri
V- m., dally, ( xceptonbnnday. "
KkU^.I I KNNSrLVANlA-AVENUE STATION
T i r y ^:?r A '- fr '' '-to* T. 10 . 7.80, 9.88 and U.4B a,
u : 2 h ''4 7 23 B p- "• <>n Sunday,
p l m ^ " ,of ' au<1 •• LI* and 7.»
F^AnoftpoMs.LlOn. m., daUy exoept Bnndmy;
pt Bun
rad 9.0ft
lolly, ,
LIA VE WASHINGTON I OK BALTIMORE
"I" 1 10 **® «• *"•. 1.10, «I
ccin!.»f e. vxmm,
Î-Ti
!>.
_ UAïuioAMintma
ILMUJGTO.V A^IOR-rgnjjpî
Tlinr Table. to go into effect No*. Otli, lüW.
tfOISO NORTH.
Daily *x**pt f-uii'Uf*
."TrrTîWft
Baute I h
msi
Mv.
!*nap-....
Coatc* ville
Wayne»..!.
Peter «
Warwick.
Hyrlujrrt» i
r/i».i
7 »0
»35 C02, ft 10
i«> «ni bn
• «la»
7 il
•M
• 02
t « »•'
« 15 7 25
i
12 a.
u c.
• 2ft 101 tU 7«
• M 20ft ft2V ft
tots! 2 « ft»* ft
:
ÖOINO SOUTH.
Daily e xcept Sundays
Stations.
Heading »
Eif.siJ
Œ:
Hi. Peter'c.
Waynea.4..
oaütesi in
unspe.....
V. Rm J.
Dupont. ...
?.fej
Por conn«
p.m.p.m.
0 1ft «S0, •» «or, 6»
• 4ft ft 4ft 101*1 I 41 «Oft
7 1«! ft 1ft It 14! 4 It' « 4ft
1129 7
li 4ft
7 14
IT
• S3
4 33
.9 SO »10 HDD
.7 35! ft 61 10 M
.7«0 «(Hi 10 45
...ft »V, »17 11.0ft
.• *» 9 4ft II SO
•5 P
i n
to
24
4ft
tons at WU»
Ps Ford
I ••
a
ta Id
, ». A. BO
a, <?. Hpc»B»i.a«p, "
»"««tnrete». MAtnlu will run u
WJImtartou 7.0» lo.uo, a. u | l.te
Arrifii.l l,«u< ml*.,., Ate ». lu; 17.00
R. R.
p. in.
uooa.
ft. 40 p. tn.
^•T". leave Wiluilugws, 10.» a. a»..
Arriva 'nt LaicDnhar». II.« a. m. 7.» p. in.
Laaya Landcaberg s.sôa. m; 12 .» p. re.
Wilmington *.*) a. mi 2.1ftj>. re.
Bitadayalttavc Laudenberg« ft«» A. M . 4.»p.re.
Arrive Wilmington. ».10 ». m. a.40p. m.
D. CONNELL Bapertntenilent.
^JAMDEN AND ATLANTIC R. R.
ON AKD AFTER JUNE te, Wa.
trains wii.i. leave a* FOLLOW#:
FOE ATLANTIC CITY :
From VIM 8tr« t F-rry-Expr«. on «re.E-l.rE
9.46 a. II»., 8.16 4.00 and S.41 n. m. On Hatur
m y0n,T l Î,W>P ' *"* (>a,Äun, * l 'Y* 7 *®Haaft.» a.
From Hlia -kanisxoTi Hired Ferr»—Express oa
ww k-days,«.» a.m..«.Oft^ 4.® and ft.» p.m. Oa
iXtPSf un,f * p * w * lHa "**"**• ^
Arrxmimndstlan Train will leave above Ferries
on waek-Uayaats.Wiwre.aiMl«.»p.m., and on
Hun lay at ft. 00». m. and 4.» p.m.
Parlor rar» attached to all npreon train«.
Excursion train will leave the above Ferries
dally «t «.30». nt.
LOCAL THAME FROM PHILADELPHIA.
id
,
For Iladdouflt-xd from Vine and Hhacksmaxon
* C 7*L». L00, 6.C0, 10.00 and 11 w «. m. ;
12.00 in., 2.01k 4,00. 0.00. «.» V. in.
From Vin« «tri*' oui», f.46, 7.», a. From
BhuMinuou .trout oui». t.»p. m.
guu-l.T I ruin. In.ro bolt. Ferric M 1.00 an J l.te
a. in., and 4.»p. m.
Fr.
Prnn»ylv»n!n Hallrnod Station, foot ol
Markst »tr^et, 7.» a. ni., 2 «n, «.On and II.» p.
tu., week-days, buudav«, 9.»a. in., o.«9p in.
V'lue and Hhackatnoxoii »tre«*t
Ferrie» 8.06». re.. 12.0<* noon: 4.» 0, 4.80. «.00
Lb m- Hundav», *.ooa, m., 4.» o. a. Front
foot of Market street, II.» p. m.
For 11 am in on ton, from Vine and 8l*ackaroaxon at,
ferrie». « 00». in.. 4.«0, «.«0, «.00 p. m.
day», tt.'Oa. tn., 4.» p. re. Haturday* only,
from foot of Market street, 11.» p. in.
For Lakeside. 11.OS a. ni., 2.00 p. m.
Foi Mm rlt,»n, M« dford, Ml. Holly
dlate ntattons, leave Toot of Mark* t sire t, week
dnyn, 7 JO A. m., 2. 0 and 6.00 ». in. Humtava,
!<.*)%. tn., «.»p. tu. From vine andHhacka
uiaxon Ferrie», lO.oua. m., week day».
For t*'IIMam»towti, from Vine and Phackamaxon
»trw t ferrie», «.00 ». tn., 12.00 m. 4 au,*.® p, m.
Woodruff parlor ear» on »11 express trail».
W. N. BANNARD. J. It. WOOD.
Superintendent. * cn*l Pas». A «ent,
«U».
JjALTIMORE AJîDOHIO HA1LBOAD.
THK MODEL FAST LIME, AND TH* fONLY
LINE BETWEEN
THE EAST AND TUE WEBT, VIA.WASHING
TON.
DOUBLE TRACK! JAN NY COUPLER !
STEEL HAILS I
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. U, 1682.
LEAVE CAMDEN STREET STATION î
A. M.tChl
cago, Cincinnati, Bt. U«uls Fast Ex
pr*«. B. A O. Palace Bleep lug Cor» to
. ^ Cincinnati, St. Louis aud Chicago.
L40 t Washington and way »Utluna, (VA.
MIDLAND) BouUiweaL, Richmond, (via
Guantlco.)
--- Eilleott City and wav station».
«.40 Washington and way station».
7.10 tWa»htO|rtop Express.
7A5 fÄSL J Ht AUNTON AND WASH
INGT(iN EX. and stations on Metropoll
a. oo
6.3)
ton Branch.
7.W tl'l.diiu.nc Strukur,. WlnchwUr, Su
ersiown, Fred.tick Uld w.y itatlü.B, vT«
Mali, ht cm. (On Bund», to Iflllcutt City
■ nl
PRK8H dally, and UH IDAHO dally except
Saturday. (Richmond and the South, via
Uuantlco). olooping car», BaltlmoretoCin
cinnati, Louiavfllt* and Chicago JuacUun
l'urlor Cara, Chicago Junction to Chicago.
Sleeping Car», Grafton to indlauapeD*
dally except Saturday. '
9.10 t Washjugion and way »u ion*. Annapo
10.» \VAaiilNû¥o:
PRESS.
N AND LAUREL EX
F. M,
PJA Washington, Annapolis aad way.
Sunday uuly, fur Washington and
. „ Elllrott City and war nation».
2.80 Washington and Way Htallons. (Rtoh
tuond, Uuantlco. except Sunday). Con
îft at 5v ashing ton with 1. A ». C. Oo., ou
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and with
I otoiuac Steam boat Co. on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday for Old Point Comfort,
Norfolk, Ac.
4.« WASHINGTON EXPRESS. Stop» at
H*^tfivliîe lûftpoU * Junctt0| b Bau ret and
Winchester,
':•» [mÄ, a : 7S war -
S-59 »nrt «uUnn».
6.26 tW abhlngtuu aud way stations.
lass sstss! ftSch.
hurgand the South, via Vo. Midland.
••W U)u Sunday only, for Mt. Airy and way.
11.16 Mt. Airy and a ay citation».
11.» Washington and way »talion».
for Metroptditan Branch, 7.16 a. m, 11.
and2.»u. m. For Rockville, tsîooa. n». *
train» stop at Relay except 8.00 a. re.
1 .»
4 .»
Hagerstown, Frederick and
8.4S
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE;
»v&vgr*» u * t ' otbcr tT *"" "-"t.
ll»l.-|filK* ntillo.l ror .ml checked at hotel, and
SWff? iff 1 ! 1 '.! Iert >l Tlrk.t Offlcte, 162
Bm> ; AIIW M1 ,EI< aml W ll°»l)UTli
C. K. LORD,
Gen. Paft». Agent.
RHEUMATISM Anu uuuT CURED
" c V" hy • Cüala of evtdeoaa
' r 1 e'.erv Inttuiry but makes utronaer. Iliat w
!,« imtg r>nl, nr radical remedy for Rhmmatk
Disonleis. .ad a. ynt thatcvtdeui. wttblu tho reooh
rf jrory sulloror unltmil nauy and wMmU inn, vra
tlaiB that ou one but the fool will turn to lîTk«î
hï'tïïaïW ,!' Ue - v ," 1 Î 0 11,0 <»*l nd,«g, wo briiîï
UW olißl U'd tlin In jusih 0 to us, to you Is vom
iooendont famire», nnd to th» roturemmAitoôof y ore
have 1
J;* - l*ror» J.'U —re strick' n down In
lieeaxo, wc oak you to with ^ 0
»a »(•<• ivnnitw o< semo at.u hat
tor a few reomenu
•a nave drank ef ibo wa/*r
11 nd oie now full nf the k> « of kmUh rmdv u
lell to the world their ghd e \jiorli noe. We' will givt
f®° M f.«l»o Btatement, and make no aesortlov wLlrh
î ann ?^' l by loqalry (by latter or 1 raugb
^ teuere M»d feend toUfS*
11 . ««Wtetei..
j*. h^h. w. ^.„TTrSi. »n...
• 11«
■u Ora
(tMa! * YVt* A Mttdkljn -Otrtdi »uay ,
isJjjjHauissB
Mr a. WlUtutei
la ita«r
^«rA.ytk-.A«*» lalw.
U4 Ottroal»
rentfOkr«*!»
SSgra&SSSS£T
jyjM reW us_
-^üàESssr»*'-*"
•SM»!ÄSSS
'ÂSfŸSarjrfij
rrntamutAMt mmmmtm .
——
THE GOING
VETERINARY REMEDIES
.BT
W ILLI AM S'
These remedies have a world-renown
reputation, and if once given a trial Z
quickly prove their superior qualitien
PRICE LIST :
SKKSSWMWSS" i«»
FOR al'KMNS BELOW JOINT, C0RBS ANP SPIivtu
FOR WOUNDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION - U!< 13
KOKT«Rimil
FOR EYE WATER
VORWÄRTS -
FOR UREASE AND SCRATCHES
KOR COLIC
J9 CENTS.
CENTS.
M CENTS
•WCE-rig'.
CENTft
'«CENT/
«CENT»
« cents'
'«CENTS
«cents'
(,!
The above remedies
, r , . , are in «se by th
leading horsemen m the country, and as the
arc 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 recon
mended to if the directions arc followed
they are kept constantly on hand.
am
GENERAL CONDITION POWDER.
This may be used as the very best treat
ment in Epizootic,Distemper, Swollen Gland
and should be administered especially after!
hard drive to prevent the animal from being
feverish. It is indispensable in colds an
coughs.
WORM POWDER.
This is the only sure remedy
for those anoying pests. If the animal is s
troubled they will be expelled in a very shoi
time alter the first administration, leaving tli
horse in excellent condition and the hair
lively color.
ever ice
FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS,
Tender Cords and a general Liniment. Thu
is the best liniment in the world, and is used
by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to
any other.
'
FOR SPAY 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 onh
relief to the animal is to give him a higl
heeled shoe. Wounds of every descriptioi
can be healed by these remedies.
at
FOR THRUSH.
By following the directions the lame
horse can be relieved in three days, ready
lor use, and by attending to his feet twice a
week and giving him a dry stall he will nevei
be troubled again.
162
FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES.
This is now the only safe and sure remed]
in use. If the disease involves the entire lc{
it will make a perfect cure, and will reniovel
any skin disease on any part of the body.
w
vra
ore
FOR COLIC.
This remedy is so convenient that the
horse can be relieved without even takmg
him from the carriage if it be wind colic, nl
flatulent keep the horse quiet and in addition
to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespoontuls 0
scalded flour and starch with 2 ounces 0
laudanum every 2 hours for 4 to 6 hours ana
if there are no other complications no hoi>e
need ever die with colic under his treatment.
In
0
u
,
FOR SALE AT
THE NIGHT PHARMACÎ
402 MARKET ST.
DELAWARE
WM.1HNQTON,

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