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WIGMINGTON, MONDAY, NOY. 18.
Robbers Still at Work.
Four robberies were committed In Wil
mington between Saturday night and this
morning, which shows that the thieve« still
have no fear of or regard for the "model"
police. One of the houses robbed was the
residence of c ne of the "models," which the
thieves ransacked at pleasure and stole all
the money they could find.
Of these four robberies but one was at
tended with an arrest, and Officer Marquess
was the member of the force who acquired
this distinction. He weit to work in a
•ystematic manner, followed up the clues
that were plainly visible, and arrested a
colored man to whom the finger of suspicion
■tiongly pointed. Officer Marquess is one
of the few, very few, members of our present
police force who are worth a picayune, and
the Mayor, we are told, warmly congratu
lated him upon his skill and success.
Now, we would like to again intimate to
Mayor Wales that he can have an entire
force composed of men like Officer Mar
quess If he will only Institute a careful and
Intelligent reorganization. The very fact
that he feels impelled to specially credit
this policeman for work that he ought to
expect irom his entire force
matter oi everyday duty, should be sufficient
to convince him that the force is far from
what it ought to be. He should commence
the work of reorg&nizati n at once, and we
arc sure he will have no llfilculty in secur
ing men just as good as Officer MarqueES to
fill all vacancies as fa6t as made.
With a lew more men like Marquess
on the force, the bold depredations ol
thieves and burglars would cease at once.
Of course the community will always be in
fested with these rascals, but a vigilant,
effective police force will make them ex
ceedingly careful how they operate, and
bring ihem before the courts for punishmeat
for the offenses they are guilty of. This
would soon restore confidence in the minds
Of the people, and there would be no more
talk about forming vigilance committees
calling out the local militia for public pro
tcction.
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Mahone'h address to the "Readjuster
party of Virginia" made ite appearance, in
this morning'« paper«, but instead of being
a document designed for local effect, it is
really an appeal to the Republican party of
the country, and the present Federal ad
ministration for aid and encouragement.
He declares that his recent defeat in Vir
ginia was due to fraud, deception and vio
lence on the part of the "Bourbon" Demo
crats, coupled with race agitation and the
use of a large corruption fund, and cloees
With the following significant paragraph:
"The struggle against Bourboulsm is to be
renewed forthwith and to the death, and, as
your chairman, I call upon every loyal
Readjuster in Virginia to rally to the stand
ard and reform to fight a new battle
against their old Bourbon foe in
the National campaign of 1881.
Bearing in mind the old watchword
of a free ballot aud a fair count,
we bave a right to demand aud expect sup
port from the State, ai d if need be, from the
Federal Government, in behalf of the rights
of mau, guaranteed by both governments,
and put at stake to secure the ascendency
of an unscrupulous party that sticks at
nothing to acquire power." It is clearly evi
dent that Mahone hopes to draw the color
line otrictiy iu every Southern State in th
next election, and secure success, through
Federal intervenliou, in Virginia, South
Carolina, Louisiana and Florida. There is
no fear, however, of such a sec me succeed
ing, as it would result in the restoration of
the odious carpet-bag government in these
States, a responsibility which even the Re
publican oarty would not care to burden
itself within an exciting National campaign
To* new time system went into effect
at Washington yesterday, at 11.51 U1-1ÜÜ
at which moment observatory lime was set
forward 8 minutes 12 9-100 seconds. For
the time being tbe government departments
all run on the old system, a- according to
the decision of the Artorney-General
of Congress will be necessary to place them
on an equality with the public. The postal
service outside of »,he Department proper
«« adopts the new time. This was rendered
necessary in order to agréa with the
railroads and secure
dispatch of the mails. In Wilmington the
change is so slight, only forty seconds,
that it makes very little difference whether
people alter their time-pieces or not.
Thb Xewx, this morning, appeared in a
new shape—with eight columns, twelve and
a half pica en» in width to the page,instead
of seven columns, fourteen ems in width
heretofore. In our opinion the New*, by
this change, has transformed Itself from Ihe
handsomest iuto the homeliest, typograph
ically speaking, of the Wilmington dailies.
It is now the same measure as the Gazette
—twelve and a half ems pica, and If it finds
this measure»' rconvi nient as the Gazette
long since did, it will bitterly regret the
chat ge. The standard newspaper measure
is thirteen ems, and to this s'ze we have
ct
prompt
a
long thought of increasing the columns of
the Gazette, and will doubtless carry this
intention into effect at
d stant day.
Tun Ci.brk of the Peace was beoeiged,
this morning, up to the hour of the opening
of court, b parties who ncgltcted until the
last moment the !m, r o-taiit duty of procur
ing their 1 censes, and were frantic to escape
indictment for their fall i re. Wo suppose
the admonition is useless, but people wouM
save time, money and trouble I y attending
to this matter more piouipUy.
The Cbrlaunu number of «. A(«*oio« will j
S.«S«Ä
ber, la lÜO.ÖiK). There arc uearly 100 picture«
In thU Christmas Is» tie; among them, a
»um^r®producinK puiutingeby ldouir.1
Frere, wbkh are eald to bo perhapa the
floeat pictaroa that have been engraved for I
a child'« megar-ine. Ono of them, "The
graved by Cole. * full ' , * f! ® P lcturo en '
Mr. Timothy Cole, the most widely know/i
of American wood engravers, was a pas
aenger by the Canada, wh eh recently aallod
tor Havre. He goea abroad In there Interest
of The Century Company, to engrave for I
publication ln Th« Ctntnry the maater-piece.
torteï^oi&t , KS* , um, w ïîïn , S4 ll 8|5m',
Âbu^dïm *bïï\i&
three years. This is an entirely new depart
ure ou the part ofthc magazine,lor although
It has become by go means uncomn on In I
ia\e""AmcTl'r»rüaU» U n ïwr^ra m ab^',
and even to (It out expeditions to dtatuut
place«, Mr Cole Is the drat engraver who
has been MDt acrooi the Atlantic for the I
SEM?"?«
thaHhe^e.ult w*T bca «rie. of wooden
graving« surpassing anything ol the kind ;in
ex-stence.— Tke Lounger, in The Critic. j
Vr inii,iiiiri>nt roailf>r pan fall t.. h«» Inter. 1
No intelligent reader can fall to oe inter l
eated In the contenta of the Aorth American j
Review for December. The question of the |
telegraph hä* the place of honor in the
number, Gardiner G. Hubbard pointing out i
the great advantage* that would result from
the propoaed' Government Control ol the
Telegraph!" and showing (rora the expert
encc of several European countries the ben- 1
,tUs to he derived I rora the Incorporation of 1
the telegraphic with the |K»tai service.
Prof J. Laurenc? I.augl.liq, ol Howard!.
niversity, «how. the "Evil, of h» sub
Treasury System," In its absorbing and I
and withholding from circulation the
specie that la constantly needed to
Insure stability in the world of
IInance. "The Day of Judgment," by
Oall Hamilton, is u caustic review of the
less amiable moral traits of Thomas Carlyle.
Uenry (ieorge writes of Iverproductlon,"
an Idea which he declares tobe preposterous,
unies» more wealth Is produced than Is
1 i' on vu 11 VediiiiKit ..., M f.-,yt h ilia
wanted. Gen. W. (raukllu Wts tortu tlic
view* of naval and military expert» as to
what is a l»o lately needed, In the way of or
ganixatton, tort», ships and war material, to
insure the National Defense." An article
on "Railroad and Publk Time," by Vrofea
sor Leonard Waldo, of tbe Yale College ob
»ervatory, «xplaiu» the syBtcm of uniform
time standards now being Introduced Into
the railroad service of the Lnited States.
mallv, there is a diseu^ion of the question
"Morality without Religion, by *. A •
Kidcr and Prof. A. A. Hodge, of Princeton
Colkm. Published at 30 Lafayette Place,
New York, aud for sale by booksellers gen
erally.
um*« NOTES.
r
r
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I he Italian Soldier.
[The Dally London New».]
, . « . ,
The Italian soldier, as a rule, is snort I fa
anil .pare built, au.) hi. general appearance
conveys the impression of a not over |
robust physique. But see him marching,
aud it soon becomes apparent that be
stamina than one would
[The Dally London New».]
possesses more
give him credit for. How unmurmuriogly he
trudges for hours at a time along a dusty
road under a hot sun with his heavy knap
sack on his back and his rifle slung across
his shoulder. Aud our surprise is increased I
when we find wliat meagre rations he has 1
,0 ÂVrat' r e™.î:toi' 1 aoup „«J U
with lard, meat or macaroni or some othei |
kind of paste. His mess is prepared in
large caldrons, round which at a given
signal the meu gather, each with a tin
into which is poured a not very abundant
supply of soup and an almost invisible lump
of meat. In Mating out on a long march the
aolJicr drinks the aoup and keep. I
the meat to eat ou the road. Besides I
this he gets coffee without milk in tbe morn
ing and about two pounds ol bread to last him I •
throughout the day. A tumbler of wine is I
acraed out to him on an averaije
every third or fourth day In tlie year. I
II hia food is Spartan in lta simplicity his |
drehs is equally exempt irom the charge oi
luxury. A loose coat of coarse grayish blue
cloth covers the infantry soldier from nick
to knee. His trouser» are of the same ma
terial, but when marching the latter are ex
changed for canvass trousers, and
working in a camp a canvas tunic
is donned insteud of the coat.
His headgear is a kepi, very like that in use
in the French army. The uniform of the
Bersaglieri Is somewhat more "expressed in
fancy." This arm cousists of picked men;
indeed, only strung fellows could march at
the rapid pace they
wise their drill is much the
the ordinary infantry regiments. They
:&r a black tunic with red facings, and
black, broad-brimmed hat, with a bunch ol
green feathers stuck at one side,
armed like the infantry, with Wetterly
rifles. The cavalry and artillery arc
paratively weaker arms than the infantry.
The former are poorly mounted,aud theguus
an-- train oi'the latter arc below par. The
cavalry are divided into heavy cavalry or.
dragoons, lancers aud light cavalry. 'The
dragoons are easily distinguished by their I
helmèts. Both they and the lancers are I
armed with lar.ee and (tVetterly) musket. I
The Itght cavalry, or Cavallcggiert, have re
volvcrs instead of lances. (singularly |
enough, the cavalry have their 6words am)
muskets fasli-ned to ttie saddles, so that
if unhroricd they are defeuoeless.
1 have already remarked that the physique
of the meu is better than outward appear- |
ances w^ultl denote. As regards their gen- I
eral disposition, I may remark that they!
d -cilc, u bedient to II,dr aupcrlora, well
behaved, cheerful and laborious. In time!* I
ot dumrer and dUaaler, aadnring the cholera I
011867, the tnundaiionaofiaatycr, and on
.... —'caaion of th,' recent, earthquake hi
Ischia, they work with an ardor and aclf-de
v tiou which is gratefully recognized i,y I
their fellow-citizens. They lack, however,
the smartness botu in dress and drill, and
the martial bearing of English or German I
"'idler». The former and less lmprriau
dclicicncy la the natural out-come of Italy's
endeavors U) uiainialn a larg. r army than
atic can afford proper y to equip. The iu
leriority of the drill ia doub lees chiefly due I
to the shortness of the tiir.c of eervlce(30
months) and the scarcity of sergeants in tbe
army. )
b.
v . . , » , .. -
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in the
most terrible and excruciating manner.
• die lue or doctor could give me re
lift or cur«* until Used Hop Bitters.
"The first bottle
Nea-lv cured me;"
The second made me as weil and strong
as when a child. ,
And I h»»c he.n so to this day.
My biohand was an invalid tor twenty
years with a scriou«
"Kidney, Hvcr and urinary cmnpU'nt,
"rronounccd by Boston's best phy
alcians—
"Incurable !"
Seven bottles of your bitte ft cure 1 him
and I know of the
"Liv04 of eight persons"
In my neighborhood that have bean savad
by your bitters,
And many more are using them with
great benefit.
"They almost
Do inli acles ?"
at
is
of
Re
set
For
to
the
the
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and
by
Ihe
finds
the
have
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trained to. Other
; 06 that of
They ur.
the
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Loaa
CnAPTLRll.
"Malden, Maps., Feb. 1, 188L Gentlemen—
1 suffered with attacks of sick headache,"
of
this
opening
the
procur
escape
suppose
wouM
— Mrs. E. D, Slack.
Dr. Simms* Pain Searcher, the perfection
of pain medicines, prompt, quick, sure.
Immediate in relieving cramps, pains,
cholera morbus, neuralgia, rheumatism, etc.
Depot, Fourth and King streets. Bold by
druggists.
I
Why has this become a sort
f Goods UftY 1 It 18
, r *
not a new awakening when
yOU rise in the early morning I
,,u rlB * lu uw "«j uwnuag
f another Work Week, and in I
jjging from sleep, do yOU not !
q^te naturally Consider where I
» , , , ,, , 1 1
Withal you shall be Clothed I
.11 • ehows that in '
All experience SHOWS Inal III
time-Saving and for Convenience
in the comparing of the widest h.
»*>8® cf Dress Goods, the 2
great Community Ol shops IS
1 *
Without COmpirC. I
H Wardrobe Still lacks
a black Silk Or tWO, where else
_;o„
CRH YOU 866 81(16 DJ SluC iHDYICS I
of the best makes, here or
abroad 1
I
Lvons Black Bilk, Including th« beat of Gulnct, !
B'-tlon, Auolb- rt ami oilier» covered by the
#tro |UtRUir antsch, |l.Bto|tf0per yard,
Amer can make», ft to
jrvnf WANAMAKER
aaiwARaa. i
T n Colored Silks and Velvets
ill 1
11( perchance you are only look- I
* . . . _ .,«.,'11 ,4; c I
mg arouhd to-day, you 11 dis
cOVCT myriad shades along
J .
these COUnterS, and ©XqUlSlte I
,1 ;ii 1 »„l.„„ /!r,wn nnrl
styles Will be taken OOWn alia
<Ji S nlaVod for the asking.
I J ® I
Kveni,,, allks-An elegant line In White Bro
cade. »l.ZSa-.l upward.
* ] A Ü VKPSSt, SOUKS' * ' ^ ' I
A White Ail-Silk Satin, ft to f 7. ... I
rxcuetllngly rich, large i m»h ligure, # m I
srlf-color. grau««i to » long, gracelkil ^«*1» *•* I
SÜr r *XftSSnK" C
I
I
JOHN WANAMAKER.
I
Some new and choice WOol«n
. - . * I
fftbriCS ftïe nOW shown tor the
f ) xc% nnrAnr rlnvu I
WRIltS 01 tile COOlCr (lajS. j
JOHN WAMAMAHJUPBt
line of blmllsr I
Vi w .irlpe. in Hlwncff-ct.-V.vy, IHUea ami
Dark Blue, with intermediate br«»ad band« tn
flue, Illuminated line*; capital to go with Jerseys,
02 per yard. . , ,
An All-Wool Cheviot; a soft, pleasant fabric.
In a »mall nlald inlxiure, 42-Inch, fi.
, This carries with it a 1
I fa »n.-s at the same surprising .price,
Ä°bÄ m*
| become
fi
lar, «X*.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
F>»r
4.
A new importation rt trim
. . n • j •
niinj^S, the IfltCSt 1 RT1S QOSlglLS,
U this moraiug displayed on
main aisle,
I The COntigUOUS and dabo
I , 0 vv 1 1
fate gTOUpmg OI r RllCy DUCKieS
I • . » ; » o rn «i, n f
I ID Steely &C., UYft tllC mObt
recen t specimens of imported
I - , * I
| skill OI tlllS Sort,
or.
-S aildari quality ot Ladies
I nn ,„ n/ ]
I Hoots, g6HUlD6 hcllicl 66WtcI.
I EG
y ^
|
| ,
I _ 1 ** ni '* r> '' IH ' ' _ I
rnû ■
"Wî 8 MlStaKe.
I One OI the Old mistakes OI the I
I professionals to think that there
^ other wavs of eurincr.dis
hi wcre no <>iaer ways OI Curing«Q1S- |
ease except those which had DC
i,y I handed down from former times.«
r f • f j ,
1S " 0t t0 . ^ denied that I
I iJOCtors have done great things for I
the world. But when it comes right
down to the real curing of disease
. " lu r "'". cu ' ln K 01 U18Ca.se,
iu- must be admitted that Brown S I
I T ron Bitters has done enough tc
, rn .},„ !r( , n ., rn ,.„ ,.1.. "f .n,:,
tbe ' rn . lne generous gratllUtle Ot Uui
"hole present generation, including
tlle mec |ical profession. There art ,
no mysteries or secrets about th.
compounding of Browns Iron Bit I
. ters. This preparation of iron is tin
the , nrpnaration whîrh will nnt in
I only preparation WniCn Will not in- I
re- I jure teeth or Stomach. In this it is
I beyond Comparison better than the I
| ^ r .. , . , .1
1 °Iher preparations, which are mis
chievous and injurious. y
You need not fear a mistake in
trvimr Brown's Iron Biltprs Vont
I 7/—», orOWIl S iron bitters. Your
druggist has it. It gives vigor to
the feeble, and new life to the dys
phy- r>u: ij„ .. .
peptic. Children take it, not only
I with safety, but with great advan
him I (age#
I _
I _
savad I J
*
with |
d Beaded, Crocheted and Fatln-^oTwrcd
d Frlnjr« «, SI to 01« per yard. The Che
nille'effects In the Teaseled Keudaul» ere moat
elegant.
Beaded Nets for Dress Fronts by the yard.
Plain
Glmpri
JOUN WANAMAKER.
A special purchase ot Seal-,
skin Cloths of an elegant.
1». . )>• -.1 I
quality is selling very rapidly, j
snowing its high appreteiaion.
50 inches wide and $14 per
y«rd.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
Ladies seeking ease in walk
ing and durability in Shoe
gear find thei^e readily in our
Joiin Wanamakeh,
d Market streets.
«1
en
0
O. M'CORMICR.
OO t ' EVENTH AND JEFFERSON 8D*.
—Dialer In
GROCERIES
sure.
pains, | Best grades of
etc. I
by I V*IX>UR, VEGETABLES ÂND FRLIT8.
1
PROVISIONS.
i Mi latmr .»>«»*•
WIL- gg
th , m
Trains wm reave Wui..i..*u>u as loUowsJto i
TMtadeiphlaandtaterui ilatsuatlo«»—f.40,7.QI,
a.i.T. kJSulm. ». m.u.*i,tS,4.IT,
fU«a_
»jw »erh-MVa«.«.»'. <.mT.«a».W.M.«»a.»
Ba^tHnuee au* tmtarm .liau «atLu.-l.l4.
Halttmcr* and Par bn.,
Baltimore aad WmIiI.i, '
a.m. l.aa, 'LU, M. 7 <0 u.m p, m.
»uim,.rr unty-nos. ». un vr.W.nd «.«#».«.
TnUn , ,„ r i vl.w.r.- DlSlitoit leave ran
*«vCjiUe-4.M. »•' * »' 11 A *•*. *•* » nd
h. 2?"" " n<
2
aimnat i wain's
»UNliav ikaiss.
rS1^0rl»j»m4bnraflhWiUti«M.IIan.
I«« «. MT.
lummere snd Wuhlnjws-l.lt HI. t.05. lo.oa
». m. li.W p. ».
Kiltimore-uOl a. a.
j. K. wool». u.aersi l-ausager Agt.
( t WABi ^ PUUIL. General Managar.
TKAlNa LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION
'fK'iVgJJftifo ii»2!»£u« «r
iw,lim." V»l».V^v. K . ..\. ..^... -u.»«. m
runt Une, l'liistiur« »u.l ihe West ...,•11.06 a. m
i.
""^ ..'.'." .'.V.V.V.V: m
n »wmf* fe-ipre«. 17.*»». m
-
e«cei»i saiunU,
g»ne Expreu ..
&p«sa.js.aoaiidii.wa. m
CUami»er«n«r* and ll»x,r.u>wu Junreas Vi.sc
,^.„,1 ,,.* p . m . Vor Oiai«
»ÛeùaudoaJ' Vaiß,V"lt»Hroad c»<dy
week ,la> at ».« «. u,.. »nd Ncwur
l.'^Vfdi'liTatl'.'.V."^'.
Harrisburg and York Kaprum.
"»" Tiwlu....
HtrrliM*! Accowimiilsi
York «ml Hanover Ktiiri-»« .
york, Hanover and Kmlvrtck K.x press ill- «6 a. in
i>,ywuingtowa Aecomm<*-uu»*n, «.it), 7.1^ 11.45
a. u».. amlio.ao p. u. uu Sunday, 7.K> a. m
' T.16, Mi, io.ia«adn._
a . m 11.4a, 1.1a, £14 , a.ia a.40, 4.1a, 4.45,
*•!*. t«** andn.iw
"it, j!'.s,'e!i£"i.i6»nd lu'.ia'p.*!!. '
Bryn Mawr Trains, b.iu, «.44, 7.U4 7.46
JMj «;«; ^ ÜÜ^SuiUi
7.4k, u.16. lu.WaudU.k0p. m. ou bunUay. 7.a\
8 a,4ia. a.,t, z.46, a.45, a.16, s,li aui
fi.1t
•.to.
. fl.Q0p. m.
«0 p. m.
i-t.42, 4.42, 0.0* 10.00
' nations, 0.05a. m.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER JUNE 2ft. 1*0,
MAIN LINE.
11.00 p. u>
7.40 a. m
11.05 a. in
11.20 p. m
MU: n,
X
10. lo P. m.
West Chester Express. 7.40 a. ni., 4.44, 6.40 p.m.,
accommodation, S. 10, 11.4& a. in., 2.1ft,,
&. 1ft, ft.4ft. ti. lft, 7.4ft, il.au p. in. On Huuday,7 .*)
11.4ft, a. id.. 1, ftTlft and 10.16 0. re.
Train« arrive— k n»ui Pittsburg, 2.56 aud 7.10 a.
in., ft. Ilk 7.-0 p, m., dally, 4.2ft a. in.,
I except Monday. » roin Erie and Wl'llani»
i>ort, 7.60 a. in., daily, except Monday.
V'riou Uu Halo and N lagara Kalls, 7.aüa. ui.,4any
except Mouday. From Lock Haven, 8.16 p. m.,
daily except Sunday. From Watkins, Elmira
and Williamsport, 7.2ft p. in. r dally, except Huu
day.
NEW YORK. DIVISION.
TRAINS LEAVE BROAD STREET STATION
FUR NEW YORK.
week-days, 3.1ft, .00, 8.4%
Express
m. (Limited Express. l.au,
s,au p. UI.) 1. % 4, 5. s,ri.5u,7.46, Sand s.iop. m.,
aud 1..UI night. UnHumlayb, Lift. 3.2U. 8.4»,
s.»» a. in., 4, (Limited JExjçrç««. 6.2ü>tt.8u,
F>»r Brooklyn, *N. Y., ail to rough trains con
•t *t Jersey City with buaU> of "Bnmklyn
x," ufiurdliig illruct irausi'er to Fulton
. »\oidlug double ferriage and Journey
across New York city.
Express for Hex Girt, bprtng Lake,Oce»n Beach,
ocean Grove, Asoury Kark aud Long Uraneh,
and 2.4% 8.00, BV»,
d 11 a.
BWR
Expre.
via 1
I —taking wrvtçt mat 14. isffl.—
.. T l r . a ,!, n8 'hililmon'city time, kb
VünV.imiVÄ!. 1 ;* 7.»a. u,
I < hlcago amt LLnlted Exprc«», daily
I hiv ,V.Ï," w,.t
| Buttrt0 y..
, .
I .^w^vivTui  *
I 2.80, % Ou, s.ix
„"At
K " r
p
I F
, baltimop.I & etiTOMAC RAILROAD
caoVEhtstatioa.
I taking effect junkie, lass.
F or Washington 7* «. 8.1-» *«m «.45
d*»7. except Rnudav, mnd 4.W, 7.a% ».« »nû
I aud 11.36«. in., «uds.00 and 7/10 p. m., dally.
'"uiiiy, 11 'Üc! pt'KtuV-Ky. 7,00 ** an,14 * l0p * m -
I For Annapolla, 7.00 a. re, dally except Sunday,
.1 and ft.OTp. in., dally.
For Klrt>m<n^and the South at 4,20 and 9.46 a.
I ror'the*aomî; U< vii' vlrglStâ MtdJandlIanroâd/îi
<IXC '' 1 '' Hu ^* y -
ïur ««•) 11 n.' R./at 3.15 and e.M p.
1 ually, czcept Sunday,
1 Por Norrolk
7.46»
a ht.
sirtti.
A.
.1 U.xua. re.,
week days.
4.00 p.
ri."'
FROM KENSINGTON STATION FRONT ANU
NORUIH STREETS.
. 6.6ft and 8.40 a. m.
Express for New Y
week-days.
f
FROM MARKET STREET WHARF.
for .New Y urk, vlaGauiUen xu«i True ton,
week-days.
lor Ocean Grove and Loua Branch, Ac.,
'b River and Berkeley. 7.3U a. re., 4 p.
Express for Tom*» River and Intermediate
btaiioui», 7.8Ua. tn, and ft.«0 u. in.
4 7.8Ua. ui. aud 4.0Up. in.
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
FROM BROAD STREET »STATION.
■xp
1 4.8U p. in.
Tuckert
Dilly,except Mi
Easton,
hauitou and UbwcRo, s.U0a.
m. For Scranton and W
iidav—Express for LamtHitlvllU
are Water Gap, Ckmutuo, Klujc
.,12.01 and 8.00 ti.
Gap only, 4.00
p . m.
For Lam her Kille. On. in.
"ÂîfflÂ.
Delaw
d ».Aft p. in.
V.ftu a.
FROM KENSINGTON HT AT ION, FRONT
AND NORK1H MTKEETH.
Dally, except Bunday—Express for LambortvIUe
, Delaware Water Gau, H rauiun, Bing
« a«* 7.40 a. in., 12.01, 6.80 p.n
1 W ater Gap only, 8.86 p. in.
hu
:
ha
I
?*•
For Lam her iv Hie, 2.10p. Ui.
For Fleuilngtou, 7.40 a.
BlH>plng-car tickets c.
Chestuul sire**'
»ini Ion.
I utunT
.; 12.01
Ik- had
Chestnut street, and broad
d 3.80 p. m.
Broad and
:
iici'er Company will call for and
o»n hotel* ana residences. Time
he obtained at the
check I»
cards
station» aud si the loiiuwln
e rr
iuiormallo
Aicitnnt
I H. E. cor. Bmad and Chestnut,
No. 11« Market street,
No. 4L1»«ltoiiav*. Germant' n.
No. JC4 Federal Ht. Camden.
CHARLES E. PllOH, General Manager,
J. R. WOOD, General Passcuger Agent.
street.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
DOUBLE TUACK-STEEL RAI LB.
BPLEN DID SCEN ERY, MA GN1KICENT
EQUIPMENT, NORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL
WAY.
follows :
10.46 a. va
10.45 a. in
g er, dally except
. 4.80 p. m
.8.45 p. Ui
».s, daily
West, dally.11.15 p. n
»iiiii.ndat.Ion. 0.80 6.80 4.:«Jand 10
em ept Sunday. Huuday only, ».
Mall Kxpre
Parktown A
., Mali}
P*
i un »dation, ».80, 11.80 a. in.,
d 11.80 p. re. On Sunday,
a 10 p. in.
er and <»• uynburg, 7.80 a. m.
hj.ring Brauch, 6.80 a. m., 3 and 6.
10
or tickets to all points East, North and West,
apply at Calvert Station, at Northeast corner
w-minor? and Calvert streets, and Union
Station.
ailed for anil checked at hotels and
•it orders left at office, nertheast
1 Calvert street«.
Baltluiore
a Potomac RI
eteamers, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 11.86 x. m.
FROM UNION STATION.
For Washington, 4.8», H.fiO, 7.06, 7.46, 0.50, 11.40
a. n:., 2.6ft. 8.25, ft.ld, 7. Ai, ».05 p. m. On Sun
day, 4.80, U.ftO, 7.4a, V.ftU, 11.40 a. in., 0.10 and
7.2D h. ni.
or va. Mldlautl Rnad, »14,80 a. re., dally, B.«6
p. m., except San day. 7.2b p. re., on Sunday
only.
ForC. A O. Road, 6.150 a. m., dally, except Bun
day, 2.65 p. m., (limitedI, 8.56 p. in., aud 9.06
., dally, exceytou Sunday.
FROM PENNSYLVANIA-AVENUE STATION
For Washington, «.56, 7.10, 7.80, 9.06 and 11.48 a.
re.. 0,80, 5.15, 7 25 and 9.11) p. m. On Sunday,
at 0.55, 7.GO, 9.oft and 11.48 a. m., 6.16 and 7.28
I
p. in.
For Annapolis, 7.10 a. re., dally except Sunday;
6.lip. m., dally.
LEAVE WAHHINGTON FOB BALTIMORE
At «.40, VW, 0.30 and 10.89 a. ID., 1.90, 4.20, 4.40,
And 10.20». m. On Sunday^ at
9.30 10.80 a, re. ^ 4.20, *.»_«»« Ä» T.
csiiOïe w. riirin! »«,u1
■ ru», ah.
rar.
r.AiLmoAD norm

F
VIT iLM INGTUN A NOB-ISC
TV I UK Nit. K Mb
Tim« Table to go Into effect Nov. tth, UM.
eoiNe NORTH.
Dally cxeept sandaya
. .auiA.m.p.m.p. m p.m.p,ta.
TÔT j 745 k in 4 0t
! Ill ICC! 4»
I 5»; b(U 5 10
i % 4** « m » n
4 'ft. «M
4 45 7 511
Station*.
WI}
Duixml....
Ford J.
napi....
Goat «'»vlll.
7 SO I
7 4t
f.;
7 M
n :v
• *>
Wa
«W
« 4'*
12 SO
a r wirk .
Hprtng Arid
' A*.
.7 1« 02ft lOI, ft'ft 741
.me «»« on«! »
I4U !o 3-i S4U ft
fir »nnro.
Mfi:}:
» «
ri*»
»

•OINO SOUTH.
Dill y except Sundays
m. a.m.a.m.p.m.p.as.
0 10 «20 »00 Sl«| 5»
0 4#| ft 40 10 06
7 10 0 MO 11 14 416! «4«
into
Stations.
MS.}
Hlr<i*t>o<i).
léii «0«
»'
Ht. lVter's
Warn««..f.
<*oat«sv|l|*
(/«map«»....
V. Kortf j.
1(11 poilt.
Winning i
V.A U. st I
i Kor connectas at W'llmlue
a action, L**i»ane, ioateev
unci inn, BirdsWp
lablrs at all sUUooi.
7 00
11 4&
7 16
7
Ptt
4
• W « 10 10 Ol
7tv on loao 1
7 4» 0 04110 40,
» 10 0.-7 1100
A.4 • 0 4*1100
ft n
i
«
«
Ohadd's Ford
Waynesburg
i
amt
Âw!nî ,m '
A. G. McCac8laad. 8«nt.
BALTIMORE A PHILADELPHIA R. R.
AJ CHANGE OF HOURS.
On and after NOY. j2tk, is#«, trat ns will run as
follows:
mow Wilmington 7.00, 10.20, a. m; 0.» p. m.
• 40 ,rtV m Äl L "**'"***> ** 80 noon.
Leave Laudeuberg 0.SO a. m: 12.60 p. m.
Arrive at Wihulneton «.00 a. m; 2.1ft p. at.
1>. ( ONNELI*. Bnperlu tendent.
(JAMDRN AND ATLANTIC R. R.
ON AND AFTER JUNE «V 10M
train» will LEAVE A8 FOLLOWSt
FOR ATLANTIC CITT:
Vins Street Pmy-KipreM on week-day«,
0.45 a. re., k.lft. 4.0U and ft.4ftp. in. On Hater
'lay only, 0.U) p. in. On Sunday,7.00 and 0.0» a.
m,
From Sha kam mon Street Ferre—Rxpr*«a on
wevk days, ». So a. tu* , ». <*>, 4.00 an* 5.» p.m. Oa
Haturday on.y, 2.00 p. in. On Sunday, 7.80 and
S.80a. m.
Accommodation Train will leave above Ferric«
, and
week-day* at 8.00 a.in.and 4.00p.m.
1 lay at 0.00 a. in. and 4.80 p. in.
pretui trains.
Han
Parlor oar« attache*] to all
Excursion train will leave the above Ferries
dally
0.80a. m.
LOCAL TRAINS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
For H addon field from Vine and Bhackainaxen
bn et Ferric«, 7.00, 8.<0, uu® and II 00 a. m. ;
12.00 !U„ 2.00. 4,00. «.00. «.2» p. m.
From Vine «tree* only, 6.45, 7.80, 0.80
hharkatnaxon street only, ft.aop. in.
Sunday trains leave both Ferries at 0.00 and 8.00
a. re. From
d 4.80 p. in.
r m Pennsylvania Railroad Btatton, foot ol
Market street, 7.80 a. in., 2 fiO, ft.on and 11.80 p.
in., week-daya. Sundays. ».80 a. in., 6.3» p in.
<ir Alco, from Vine and Shackamaxon street
Ferries S.ona. re.. 12. Ou noon: 4.i0, 4.80. «.(»
P, in. Sunday», «.00 a, in., 4.80 u. re. From
root of Market street, 11.80 p. m.
For Ifanunonton, from Vine and Shackamaxonet.
ferries, S.U0 a. IQ., 4.80, S.8U, 6.00 p.m. bun
daya, S.(0a. in., 4.80 p. re. Saturdays only,
from loot ol Market street, 11.80 p. ni.
For Lakeside, 11.00 a. in., 2.00 p. re.
Foi Marlton. Medford, Ml, Holly and Interme
diate »dations, leave foot of Mark* t atre t, week
day«, 7.80 a, in., 2. 0 aud ft.oo p. in. Huuday«,
v.Jtoa. m., «.aup. m. From Vine and Hhacka
lu&xoii Kerrie«, lO.ona. 111., week day«.
For 5* tlllamstown, from Vine and hhackamaxon
street ferries, 8.00 a. m., 12.00 in. 4 80,«.00 p. in.
Woodrufi parlor cars ou all express trains.
W. N.BANNARD, J. R. WOOD,
Superintendent.
F
11*
. Agent,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MODEL FAST LINE, AND THE ONLY
LINE BETWEEN
THE EAST AND TUElWKST, TXAfWASHINO
TON.
DOUBLE TRAC K 1 JANNY COUPLER!
STEEL RAILS 1
SCHEDULE TO TAKE EFFECT
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1S82.
-
SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1S82.
LEAVE CAMDEN STREET STATION ;
A. M.tChlcajro, Cincinnati, Ht. I.oul« Fa«t Ex
P re««, It. A O. Palace SleepliiK Cars to
Inrlnnalt, Ht. IxreU and Clileaao.
4.40 tWafthiiitfton aud way stations, (VA.
MUM,ANL>) Southwest, RicUmoud, (vie
Uuxntlco.)
EUlrott l f(y and wav stations.
Washington and way stetlone.
7.10 tWabhlnuton Express.
7.16 ANNAPOLIS. »TAUNTON
8.00
6.80
f
AND WASH
INGTON KX. aud stations ou Metropoli
tan Branch.
7.10 tPtedniouû Htraaburfc, Winchester, Hag
erstown, Frederick and way stations. \Ta
Main Hu-tn. (On Sunday to Kllleott City
only.)
».00 tl flTSHl'RG,CINCINNATI. BT. LOUIS,
WASHINGTON AND COLUMBUB EX
PRESS daily, and CHll'AGO dally exoept
Haturday. iRichmond and the South, via
Quautlco). Hlecpiuir car*. Baltimore to Cin
cinnati, Louisville and Chicago Junction.
Parlor 1'ars, Chlcaito Junction to Chicago,
blcepiux ( Mrs, Grallou to JndlauapolU,
dally except Haturday.
t\N aslilngton aud way »talons. Annapo
lis on Hundays.
10.80 WASHINGTON
PREbb.
!■ M
AND LAUREL EX
f. M
12.15 Washington, Annapolis aud way.
1.8U tun Huuday only, for Waahinrton aud
way.
1.80 Elllcott City and wav stations.
2.50 Washington and Way Mutions. (Rich
mond. quautlco, except Bunday). Con
nect al Washington wall i. A H. C. Co., on
Kton aud
quautlco.
Washing l<
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Potomac Bteamboal Co.
da?
Noriolk, Ac.
4.00 WASHINGTON F.XPRKMH. Hto
Jessup'» Annapolis Junction, Laurt
Hyattftvilie.
4.20 W inchester, Hagerstown, Frederick and
way.
6.00 tW abhlngton, Annapolis and way*
6.20 tFrederick aud way stations.
6.20 Martliittburg and way stallous.
6.26 < Washington and way statlous.
7.80 4|Mtlhbui-g,Cleveland and Detroit Express.
BAD. Palace Bleeping Oars to Pltlshunr.
d with
sc Hteam txrat <'«». on Tuesday, Timr»
d Haturday for Old Point Comfort,
r ai
and
i. « <». I'siac* Hieeping cars
tCHJCAUO. CINCINNATI. HT. LGUlH,
WAHHiNGTON AND <>>LUMBUB KX
rKEHn. B. A O. Palace Bleeping t^rs to
Cincinnati, Ht. Louh* and Chicago, Lynch
burg and the South, via Va. Midland.
u.16 ton bunday onlv, lor Mt. Airy and way.
11.15 Mt. Airy and way stations.
Washington and way stations.
Leave for Metropolitan Branch, 7.15 a. re. tl.
d 2.61» p. ui. For Rockville, ts.fiOa. ni.
All trains stop at Relay except 8.u0 a. m.
LEAVE WASHINGTON FOR BALTIMORE;
Vi;»
11 .
6.00, 16.80, 6.50, t7.45. 8.10, tO.OO, 10.00 a. m.;
tDnil
except
y. jHunday
Otber trains dally,
on y.
lied
luggage
tor and cheeked at hotels and
der« left at Ticket Offices. 152
WKMT BALTIMORE STREET. N. W. Cor Cal
vert; CAMDhN STATION and 01 MOUTH
BROADW
W. M.
CLEMENTS,
Master of Tr»n«pnrta1lnn.
C. K. LORI),
Gen. Pa««. Agent.
^ POSITIVE CURE Only Two Bottler.
FOR
A
RR
BAY FEVER.
ÇrjELY'STJH
©SAM
a 2**'rivet* CM*" W 1 recommended to
STARRH COLD*'l.|n I those suffering (».» 1
"fobm Ba in ' Hiave tried
fjmia so«« i"
nearly a'l the rein
edle», mid give thl«
a decided pref erence
all. It
ha given me !mm< -
lale relief. C. T.
HTkiuxNH, Hard
ware Merchant,
Ithaca, N. Y.
-c.
II.
JA
HAY-PEVEP
APPLY
.. By the little finger into
the nostrils. By aus«rptlou It ef
feclutUly cleanses the na al passages ol
catarrhal rlrun, causing h lalthy secretions. It
allays Inflainmatlon, i rot- cts the meiubrant
llntns'sor the head frorr ad Itlonal coldr,
plelely heals the «ore- and restores the sense ol
uisU; and «mell. Beneficial result«
realised
applications. A thorough treatment
ilneoualed for cold« In head. A g rée
nroulai-. Hold by druggists,
tamp«.
ELY'S CREAM BALM CX)
by a f w
will cu
able to
Bv mall 60c. « t>
a.
. Send
». Y.
PURE
INDIA
TEAS!
Absolutely pure. They contain no spurious
or exhausted leaves. No* hemlcais or Coloring
Matter used in their Preparation. Very valuable
for mixing with Weaker and Cheaper China
Tea«. They contain a very high percentage of
Extract. They are cultivated and prepared
under the supervision of Foreigners, upon the
most approved scleutlfc method«. The leaf Is
manipulated by machinery, giving uniformity
of appearance throughout entire plucking».
They retain their valuable qualities #T>r an un
at
T.
rmtmmiMAMt M mttMtttmt.
THE GOING
VETERINARY REMEDIES!
-BY—
WILLIAMS
, These remedies have a world-renowned
reputation, and if once given a trial win
quickly prove their superior qualities.
PRICE LIST :
A GENERAL CONDITION POWDER,
FOR WORMS, PEK PACKAGE
FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS. TENDER CORNS, AND GEN
ERAL UNIMENT, PER BOTTLE - - _
FOR SPRAINS BELOW JOINT. CURBS AND 8PLINTS
FOR WOUNDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION - .
FOR THRÎ 8H ....
FOR EYE WATER ....
FOR WARTS . .
FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES
FOR COLIC - -
50 CENTS.
50 CENTS.
50 CENTS.
50 CENT8.
50 CENTS
25 CENTS!
25 CD NTS.
25 CENTS.
25 CENTS.
25 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
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 r
feverish. It is indispensable in colds and
coughs.
ol
(r
WORM POWDER
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
(vie
FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS,
Tender Cords and a general Liniment. This
is the best liniment in the world, and is used
)y Robert Bonner to-day in preference to
any other.
\Ta
City
EX
via
Cin
FOR SPAVIN
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.
EX
aud
Con
on
and
with
ai
and
FOE THRUSH.
-By following the directions the lame
horse can be relieved in three days, ready
for use, and by attending to his feet twice
week and giving him a dry stall he will never
be troubled again.
FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES.
KX
to
tl.
a
m.;
dally,
and
152
Cal
This is now the only safe and sure remedy
If the disease involves the entire leg
Agent.
in use.
it will make a perfect cure, and will remove
any skin disease on any part of the body.
to
(».» 1
tried
FOR COLIC.
This remedy is so convenient that the
horse can be relieved without even taking
him from the carriage if it be wind colic, h
flatulent keep the horse quiet and in addition
to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespoonfuls of
scalded flour and starch with % ounces ot
laudanum every 2 hours for 4 to 6 hours and
if there are no Other complications no horse
need ever die with colie under his treatment,
rein
thl«
erence
It
!mm< -
T.
Hard
into
ef
ol
It
ol
realised
rée
Y.
-FOR SALE AT
China
of
the
Is
un
THE NIGHT PHARMACY,
402 MARKET ST.
DELAWAKF.
WILMINGTON,
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