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(Except Monday) ?At the ? .DAILY PRKSS BUILDING, til Twenty fifth Street, by the DAILY PRESS COMPANY. K. Thacker? Bdltor and Publisher B. Pugh-Advert Ising Manager. St The Dally Press is delivered by ear- ' ?nywhere In the city limits for, con's a week. Any It regularities ted to the otTIc.f publication. m for delivery of the Pally Press i either residence or places of bus may be made by postal card or telephencs. K: MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. EclPayable Invariably in advance ) *5ne Month .I ??" iThree Moutiig . ' *-'?"' atg Months . jOae Year . ?00 TELEPHONE NI'MItKltS Bfettorlal Rooms...Hell Phone So. II Business Office.. .Bell -Phone No. IM 'No employee of the Dativ Press Oanpanv Is authorized to contract ! I|r otriigailon f> the name of the' ?am petty, or lc make pun bases in' Mpt name of the game except iijioiij Igfder signed hv (he PUBLISHER OK i PK DAILY PRESS. (?red at the Newimrt New*. Va. ttofflce as Second elas- natter SATURDAY MAY 2.1, I9?S. Il MEMORIAL DAY. I Today has t>ei.M set apse bv the ^Confederate veterans and Hi'- iMtlgh *ters and Sons of the Confederacy o! Newport News lor cominemoiatiftg the valor and virtue oi the neu ?ho fought and suffered t? ? i the muse of the South ove,- ferly veals ami. The '/Observance today is an imliv alu ill> ?patriotic tribute, as are all Memorial day exercises in Virginia, as tue .la> has no legal sanction l>> the Com HJonwealih In the majority ot th" ! Southern states there are l.-sal hull , mfsn i dsjys known as Memorial or Decora days hut Virginia has never or ly recognized the day. Ii s ems thsn passing strange that in the i^sijkte Where the grcaleM l.at'l. . ?,?!?? I and where the loss, s were the |?h>rtest there should not he on,. ,ia> the year when the people would called iiimui by state Isw to suspend ess and pay deserved tribute to living and the dead i?f the lo. t Though the da> Is not |e ? sanctioned by the Mate there tittle likelihood l.i.it the lar.-.t ' ing and truer 1 -ssons of ih. dav be lost sight of hv either the or the old. I the time of the Civil Wir ri into hlslorv there are few signs of a diminishing interest in asemorlea or the gnat struggle the Sruth and the North brave men who long In under the fate Pag will doubt less !?. for, many a year to come in 1 There are indeed, signs that ' aaec throughout the South I ? and gro? with Hie pass* yat losing none or its de ' to the high patriotic spirit of I men who have made Memorial I and its lessons possible y is a day of nicmoric.-. While ' ?re te-lng strewn on the! Of the hero d-ad th ? . l,| ?I j Wf taaaklng of the camp ;h- h \ - l ^jsast the romrad ? who is on. ?t .?, unknown held, an.; ?,. ;h ? farther and nether cienc Ma of the n"a? ?heT! th. i. |..w,| forth never to r.-til;p Th--1 S* gord byes, the sirkBess and ' on the h.- .| and th.- duel for news at home, are afl r ? ' |t|ss9. and while recntWiton. indulged in hv those w|m' mwTough the tnmri.i! and distr-..| TpaTysaracf th.. mar m. ?f.h,. ? general nm M)??, mam4 >f I hs deep r. ... and pa r. f dh ?o the dead swe? at th grsv I two Of The submarine INVESTIGATION tepMI 'f Ike special er-mmtt fhe Hoi- ??' i. . the charge. m,a rtstiv, |oirT Elative to ecrrnpt arm tb-ei. putwtjrj ss*r Boat r'mwnant r. .. HaWssKts front lh- p. a?ral ?as pant what was e,. SS anas-' reape, ts (wail 4vrat Ts? ^ ,. ,:... . UIW made s Mender St rfce wh' P- affair and tan! ksats>t to srovw the whose he warte bat *f the m s mm vlnclng manner that the Blertrlc Company had not puraueil peculiar tactics to secure coutracta for sub marines. Early hi the investigation U was shown thai Hie L*ke company had madi' a mu-tahn ill putting its rase in the hands of Ulley, who talked too much al the very Inception or the Investigation, and who was too close? ly involved himself In some lit11? tricks which did not sound good when Ih.y were brought out In tin- testl mony. 1ml there |B no douhl thai the InvestIgation, despite the fact Dial M tlx/led out so, has and will result in some good. It has already resulte.' in securing fur the l^ake company a nior?' t i sped fill consideration :u the hands of the navy department and will probably be the means of seeur ins; for the llrldgoport concern eon tracts in tie* future. The entire affair had such an un siM odor to it that it leaves a de ildedly had taste In one's mouth and inohuhly the end Is not yet, as I' teems to be the general belief about Hie Capitol thnt Ulley will be >' ? uired in some way .when he recov is from the illness from which he I ls now stiff-ring. Mr. Ulley has dis iedited himself and his usefulnrs: is a member of Congress is gone MU is a case of where desire for pub licit) caused him in forget that per ions in class houses should no) throw I ?I. Hi s. I 3IC SNAG FOR MUNICIPAL OWN? ERSHIP. Municipal ownership has received i hard Jolt in the strike of Hie Irac ii>.raployes now In progress al 'I velalid. It was only a month ago lint lite people of that city rook a la) off to celebrate the end i l 'he ini t ear war which had been waged i) Mayor Tom Johnson for seven ears, and now the citizens are won bring with good cause whcthci their "Icbration was not a little prema IIT: The street railway system of Cleve j and ts coiuHieted by a board of trus I eos named by tho mayor, but the tact | hat they are city cfBcialH. din-- not nake an., difference to the t mployees j <f tin- mad. as it is evident that all? ?.tarda look alike to the stru t Cm Km ploy es' Union. It seenis the old [-ompany had promised the men an Increasi in wages when the war was, ?ver, and now the union demands ? that the city carry out the promise of the old company, but this is not the only trouble. The old company had, ii liheral transfer system by which l j person could ride all over the city forj nie tare, but under the new oid. r of Illing? there an- no transfers, and j while h single fare is only three, rents, street ear riding Is more ex pensive than It was under the old urib r of things. This, of curse, iia -i . canoed great dissatisfaction. Not the bast interesting and sur . pri. ing f.>alure of the situation is ihn readiness with which union labor- al most before there was lime to Itiaug a rate the scheme of municipal owner ship and at a time when its action was mos? embarrassing, and moat hos? tile to the i au e of municipal ow ner ship?went on a strik-. Toe city laised wages one cent an hour, niak ing I hem "5 cents, but the m- n wan' ed an advance of two cents an hour, and Dial Is the issue which has tied up Cleveland's trolley system. The -trik ? has proved one thing i-onclu slvely, and that is thai man lei pal own ersbip I.-* not a pauatien for strikes, a claim wilich Is often put for?aid by the advocates of municipal control of public works and str-t't railway s>? lems. According to a news dispatch the Ii h in a creek in Ohio ate aetinr. strangely* tw-can.-c refuse from a brew e:y was ?mptle?! into the s- -ant W-!' what of It? Kiah ar no? total ah siaincrs. .lohn Weabry tJalnes says ther is loo mich hot air in the nawmal leg elatnrc. John must have been hiv? ing a heart to h? art 'alk with him arhT. There will he no dt ?'.. s rt>d at th*- RcpwhMren convention hit u is nv a? all Itkei, that th. i?-1. will pa.^ a r?V against ., V toww.llrng bahr ha . |..,,t ed hp a TVsas leagne In rhall rluli for a ? SSW ft- If Iher. I? an> real ?irtwe ha rant trig ike rash nnrht ?o ie a winner ii HWnds like " K,l' "e\ I'h-e ? the Mohavak enarf- rrn. e ?v?? nothing o do wttb awtowiohii An ?umpire in Vt odun. i a--'i I ed a b?R psayrr. It is at in i a va : r-etlna fron? ihr wvnal ptogram Th? ?rat swb crop to W gather *d wOl p it ikt coaslng coeaa*e?e. ? into of tho taafles' schools RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS. A case just decided l y a St. I.<>uia ((Mill (if Juki Ice mini .h; s all excellent test for a lilt of a ai rmoii wo liuvo for Millie i line fell called Upon to preach to the ?real number of women among cur renders, The cum.' itself I Is really cue of small Importance, hut I is'liiud tin Immediate issue raised I there is a bluer and Ivoadcr ipies tion a qiHMtloo thai is Jusl now ol especial Interest to women, and per 'haps in an even more acute way t? I the men. Kannst consideration ol the Ideas suggested b) Hie decision I i.i especially timely in a leap year. Tu 'state our text in brief, a young man who hud been puying attentions to a 'young woman. Unding hliusdf outside I the pale of her affections, demanded I Hie return of his gifls of hue One of I I hi're mil being a dress, long since worn oiil. she referred him to i he rag? man for It. Another being a diamond ring, she told him she bad lost it. As for minor Iriiiklcts, she bundled Hu tu up and lohj him ho might have them if he would call for them. Theu lie w? nl into court, ami right Ihere is lb'' rub of the case. Me not only wont into comi. bill he got a verdict lor the lull cash ?al le of all the till:, ami one cent damages. The lady sin: ply n marks that "he will have a hard lime collect lug .hi.; Judgment," as sic ha.mi i any money. As for the property, and the persons Immediately cone.'mod. the case Is oi Knie or no Interest; but the m re fact that Hie man could and did go in to a ur| wllh his claim, and that he could an,i did actually gel a Judg? ment, ami liial he can enforce the collection of that Juilgini nt if he can find anything of hers which he can realize tin value these furnish food for thought for the women of the land. Leaving <'Ut the ethics <>f the proceeding and the regrets < \er lov? ing h.aris asunder, this case shews one of tin things ihe women of our great and glorious country/ are "up Against'' light now. and 'hey are go Ing to he up higher and against hard? er tight straight along from now in It is an undisputed axiom liial the rights of citizenship cany obligations' and duties; that the rlgln to demand is alwayj. attended bj the .jury to answer similar demand; that priv i I ges also involve pains and |>enai ties. Only a few years ago th ? Idea of a man suing a woman lor the n turn of love tokens, or in any other way attempting to "even up" with h>T for Jilting him. would have been considered so pr povteroos as to have been hooted and jeered f.om one end of the country In th.' < ther. In those days the man "took his medicine like a man,'' and no one eons id red him less a man for doing so. Those were the days when Hie sex bad, without the trouble of claiming, all possible ronsidi ration and courtesy, but as some women thought, or at least taught, none of the "rights" that seen to have come to be considered so Un portant. The advan? ed woman made her appcarhnfe. and her sisters |v> gan to fall in step and to advane with hi r. The elevators ? f the sex have gone forward with the strides of giants in seven league boots, beg ging pardon for the simile, until I' is now the proud boaM that woman is emancipated, and that now arosnen can be found working and moving side by side with men in all walks of lif-. Fxcept for the mere matter of casting the itallot. woman has se? cured her "riehts." and she even has the ballot in some of the stai'-s. i Hut in .securing in-r rights, has no' woman opened for her.;cjf a veritable Pandora's Im>x <T ?virs? This case of th.' former snitor's suit sei-m.^ to ><? indicate With her dignity and her enfranchisement woman must make up her mind to accept the duties and the p ualties of her n< w found sta? tion No more convincing illustration of this can be found than in the fac that, sh.- can lto and i.. held to account in just such cares as this, just as a man i*. She can be and she is being sard for Drench of promise, just as man Is. What would have ben thought in the good eld da** of a ma:i who would sue a Wernau for breach of promise no matter haw many such salts were filed with women a* the plaintiff? |i is all different now. The de.ir old day^-' of gentle, .-.brinktn: wcniaiiiiood have passed. Th - wo man of today di csn'l ?hrlnk. at b ast not so that von could notice ii Sh i has got the rights she denian led. Rut 'at the same lime, a* the ca r rltwl itidicaf. s. s,ie b?s assumed obligation >h' must be ready to meet. These few words are said in the ! kindliest admonition f' r ino?.- among Ihe women who have acrepie^ the ! rirbi. without a full realization of ''h" silladanl obligation, viewed front ? some angi s. snd I here are a greai i msnv women who mat read the irie' ? faeis in our text wi'n irl'. but it la I a ?jiKstion if there are not as unto more who gladlv welcome the ooltga I fion* and are entirely willing to face land discharge th'm Viewed from . either standpoint. It la well that our ivers shonld he p. ?,0d 'bat they : mav not cherish th-- fnsfl ??< t.-ung to ' rims to ?dd idea* with one hand wht'e i 'ea< hing cm with tbc oiher to era-p the n- w No. d< Ar gitK and d-'" ?ini' n et: irr ?p acain-i the r.-al ihlng now.' a? cwwal inheritor wllh man of ihe c<w>d ihina.? of the earth, and no longer mav ??wi ho-d !? the Id' a 'hai ev man Is a tiling" to he dime with a* ?m?h vrmr whim Wbtle yon have b-en ea'rtwg \ oar ? rlcki*. irtan ba? been forllfvin- his ? j Woman': NaMnnal t>all? rtcnettien- -? ? n>- '-eta*. I % np-e thing at" n' . ..lag a girl i wheat von owebtn't to I <me thing a aaaa Rhen ahooi h in? c?|| d S hero is *c helleve. It ? trwe The rewaon weaHr every w-wian , thmk- be woold U\r lo .ro on Ihe ! ware t, *h ?'? an wacd to acflwr i Tbe average man'* notion of sw'rl , "'lim Ii atowlae ?bore what run the I rwirsufii ft not civras biaa swri JO? 'IK jOh. i -!?*? T?rh Pr-aa. The Clinging Vine. O, nnm?n, In yhur new spring hat, Knrhantres* ?f th- w.-i.l ,.f art. We, humbly bom- before thy throne Anil i-rqma thee queen of hi me and li.-art! Demure nnd fair, with rose-hud lips. At! luck anj ruffle, how nnd frill. We hid thee exrrrUo thy nsht Ami do with us thine own sweet Will! I Through all the days of strife nn.l toll. Through III the stcusntles for a nauie. For thee w>- strive to win the lead. Tor thee vre war on wealth nntl fame! O. being of another worM. So t1l!.-.| with humors, re rv-s n-id tears. We fatn would be y,.ur strength sniJ shield. . I Your citadel against your fears! j Al>. writ vre know. w<- nv-n who strive. J That what we need is Just vourself To give us hope, inspiring us To wrest a ni.-hr from fame and pelf W.- play the part ot stur.ly oak. Tou are the cttnnne. blooming vine? rr- wsam? U LOVE' Then man May cry 'The world is thine-and mine!" The Mystery Solved. The residents of Hinckley were much excited. During th? night a wheei shsried disc had rolled down the Main stree' hill, cutting great swaths in the cement sidewalks Then it pirouetted through a plate glass win? dow, knocked over a safe and landed seaside-down on the Boor of the may? ors office. Kings, the geologist, rapped on the peen'lar disc wtth Ms knifehsndle snd declarers! a subsirglH from some dis? tant star Ranks, the fish merchant, had an idea that the wonderful object was of rrusfaceo'is origin, a substance that had ossified and bsrdened Into flinty formation. Hanks, the undertaker, thought It might be a msette from ihe metal casket of Ptolemy the First, worked loose by the disintegration of time. Pnaderton. the Ilvtryman. was firm in the belief that the disc wa* nothing more nor less than a petrified rubber pad from the slw of Pegasus He of? fered to bet a dollar that he was right, but as no one seemed able to decide the bet. the offer wa-i not covered. Hanks ?a* just . ?? >ut to express his opinion that it was a curling store from the course of the Anthropophagi, when young Mr. Adams came dashing info the bank. Crabbing the disc, be cried, angrily: ?What do you fellows mean by mussing up my wife's first pie that way 7" Hugging the precious bit of culinsry srt to his hoaom. he sped rapidly to the brow of the hill where he released the pie and let it roll happily home to ita maker! Comfort. ?he was married fast a week and made a T>" 8he aet It Out to .-or,1. When to' aealnvr the rule. Her p?v-l!? ate t'.e r-te and had to die She vu erring when she telephoned, was w?f? When he ??t down to sap Me thanked the \jnrA a p-'T> Had sampled Lever'. p?- and had to die' ?w ?- <S) Eloquence. I hav* felt unuftered sermon; more ekoqitent than the lengthy discourse o( a Ts Image I hare neon trlnmpb? won ? ? :.<e and retorta made without words that completely put to rout tb? enemies' forces e. swap A Flower. The other dav a ehIM hrenghr m? ? flower I took It from ?b* pure satn ton of a woman and smelbH Its fra g'aii'- The fume rarrted me mite, and rrik?> away to a area* of sVesrers shad.- snd lanspe brnsh' ft was I bans' of roa'h I knew rtght when ttvoae flowers grew I seeks go thevi tn sea***, snd nfnek Pa nwd rf th< h?nd of riviltssOon nod the w.arrh rv ptugnsa had not sei Med Iis 0*4 hp h season will soon bo In full bloom. Our line of straw Hal:, for tbla .season will be found very attractive. WE HAVE FOR YOUR SE LECTION A GREAT VARIETY OF SHAPES AND STRAWS, CONSISTING OF PANAMAS, SPLIT MILANS. MACKINAW AND THE NOTED "SENNIT" SO MUCH ADVERTISED FOR THIS SEASON. 2715 Washington Ave Newport News, Va. WITH THE PARAGRAPH ERS. Stripes of a conspicuous character, it is r 'ported from the "centers of fashion.'' tire Ju 1?' the prevailing style in men's clothing for Hie roming seasr n. Now here js a chance of which "malefactors of great wealth" should hast n to take advantage. The I new style garment might be called "The Roos. v. It."- New York Pr ss. I The famous dialogue between the governors ?t North anil South Caro? lina has net been repeated at ih ? j White House, first, because the Exe? cutive of these two commonwealths ar< teetotalers, and. second, because Mrs. Hayes is not tha hostess.?Prov , idenee Journal. I A bounty is paid for all crows kill cd in Chinas u. This seems iscredr ! hie. Chicago has lived for many years by crowing so loud that no one else within t;tMi miles could be heard.? Philadelphia Inquirer. j A Pittslnrg woman is suing for a divorce after supporting her husband for 35 years. They must be a heart los?? set?those Plttsburg women. It must ho awful to be a man in Pltts? burg.?Houston Post. j "Fighting Boh" Evans think-- w < light to have at least 4S battleships There's nothing effeminate about "Rol>." hence we can't understand I *hr he didn't make it an even in. - Chicago Int: r Or *an. I Congress is going to he pretty busy this week trying to devise some way In adjourn without attracting loo much attention.?Philadelphia Press. j The servant girl problem has been partially solved in Fngland by the ' employment of soldiers as house ' maids, cooks, etc. The old song "The ! Howld Sog;>r Boy" will have to h" changed Into "The Bowld SorerlS rr ianti <;|rl ' New York Herald. Here's hoping that Tillman's health I will 1m- improved bv the sea vovace ! Rut he must not try to measure his ' pitchfork asainst N* ptUBe's trident.? , Boston Transcript I The reports from Pnraatieo HHts are to the effect thai John D. can now handle a golf l?alt with almost the t devteritv he sh' ? -d while driving in ' rTo-x-ni|ent oil prrxlue- rs.?Ilelroit I News. The Sadness of Commencement. To the mothers < f voting craduafes the commencement time is a sweees sion ef thrills of pride and vague heart hrtmtngs. for ,?bo knows ihat ! hcreaft' r the family circle will be I broken, sa's a w-tfer in the June Kn I p let on'* The }<n\ must go away off ?o ?oote rreaf business enter and wifl come hack < nly once ,,, twice a , tear op bis annn; I vacation In time ?h<- heeomes re??*wdV-d to it. hol it makes a great change in t be rborish !?d nt*T of thing*, and she dread It Pnd yet she woold not bavo II ' r?th? i w re an< more than she would wi h .i . H.f;ch?'r to r main unmar ri'-d ard at home # To ? w?- graduate r-!nis?-:f. the te-rH < tretetout b> fee- ? :tn in S lone and ?tncertain p.'-.-1 ' 'e What ties ' an ..I m the ml. * be ~e?-sn't know, hot wtth I be ?r- - "?' of vo.jth he oajdV N. fnB of H,. ~ at d nmMtbv.. to find whai the '*ur* bn*d-i for him Ftc kt ? ws that be vnnewer j hare fate-1 |? no rn?i -v',-.- he w?tl fail and trat ?he gre-?- . ?f?l nv-u of ' tnrtav wH| pa?s awav. and that the great tmeee.sefnt men of imtintm? wtli ?V ehesenV fret the ranks whfch he wnm la Is I? i. *k? weti to in 'o load a shls e Ith earxfne? far Wrond b' r tonne re eatweettr Wot weft to trr to adv*rti*? a) hag ssprw ss g small ssusre. THE STRONGEST IHNK V\ THE CITY Certificates of Deposit issued In minis of $.".11110 and upward.;, bearing four p**i' cent, Interest. These Cert Meat ea are readily negotiable, and, as Collateral security, are unexcelled. Schmelz Brothers, tm ?-?-?o-U--??i? ' - : - . The Directing Force The effleieuc> and usefillnesi gf 51 Hank depend to a large ex leni upon the strength ami cha racier of the directing force. The Officers and Directors' i>f the Pirat National Hank are men whose experience and judgment establish confidence. Th ? accounts and banking business of linns corpt rations and In divlduala arc- cordially, solicited. The First National Bank NeWport News, Va. si United States Depositary. Capital $100,000.00. Surplus $100,000.00. The Prudent Man Selects a good bank in which to deposit his savings and then sleeps soundly, knowing that tbougti the robber, fire, orany other misfor? tune assails his home, his money is safely protected. Your interests will be safely guarded by the Citizens ?Marine Bank THE BANK THAT PAYS 4 PER CENT. For Sale! The LAFAYETTE HOTEL. COR. Z7TH ST.. AND HUNTINGTON AVE. This property is going to be sold cheap. Can be made a good 15 Per Cent. Investment. M MM Csll for Particulars. Old Dominion Land Co. HOTEL WARWICK BUILDING TRANSPORTATION GUIDE. Chesapeake k Ohio By. Fast Trains to Richmond and the West. I-cavo Newport News 10:05 a. m . , 5:25 p. tn. Local Trains to Richmond. 6:30 a. m ; 5:45 p. m. I Trains arrive Newport News. 10:00 a. m . 10:35 a. tn.. 5:35 p. m. and 7:20 j P- m. Steamer Service for Norfolk. I .cave Newport New? 10:4* a. m , ! 5 40 p. m. Merchants ft liners Trans. Ce. STEAMSHIP LINES. Pa.?enger and FrelgbL Newport Newa to Baltimore. I hilly except Tuesday, 6 p. tn. Fare $3.00 One Way. $5.00 Round Trip ?Including Stateroom Berth Ticket to all points. Norfolk to Boston. Every M?n.. Wed. and Frl., 6 o'clock p. in. Norfolk to Providence. Every Tucs.. Sat., and Sun.. 6 p. tn. For ticketa and further Information, apply to H. C. AVERT. Agent. Newport News. Vs. The NORFOLK & WAS N116 TOR STUMMTCt. 1 The New and Powerful Iron palace j 1 Steamers NEWPORT NEWS. WASH , 1NOTON AND NORFOLK will 'leave I daily aa follows: Northbound. l^ave Portsmouth. North street . Iycave Norfolk, foot of Water street, at . . i I>-ave Old Point l'?sai I at . Arrive Washington, at NORFOLK 4 ATLANTIC TERMINAL COMPANY. Norfolk-Newport Newa Ferry. Effse tivs Feb. 17. 190?. Subject to Change Without Notice. fort I.v. Wash. Ar pbila. ?Ar. N. Y. La L? \r La. Ar. Ar A r N"W York Pbila. Was*. Wash. Old Point. Norfolk ... Pon snioui h Penn. R R. ?:"" a m U:nl am 1:1$ p sa j Southbound. 5 00 p m I i:00 p sa I 7:00 p as 7:r>9 a m RAORRi o ??" a at I If :$S a m 2 <-' p "I 0 - .. . 33 & 1 si V. im am ?Uaily. IJ r?m ?II 5Aasj : no pm. 2 lr.psj c ?5 pea a M pm ? Mfr. ( Wpa 7 *n a m. 70oam ft on am ? 3''a m For Informs'ion apply !? .1 N Smi'h. Agent I nlon Ticket OnVe. CnamNrlin Hotel, old Point. Va P M P'Mchard. tVn Agent Jno K Williams. City pa*-". Agewi. corner flranhy and Plume S'roets. Norfolk. f\ 9nt. %. F. TWEL SSf wrm w^mX Itevi St. r*^cx ?A^L ?w r.V.rwr.r rw _~ ,..,?? I irnfia^a??^ ? ?im 6 Cam Ti.inim R AO a. 45 am 1 no am P on am 3 3n l":ISam in -?am'tor.n am-1 1 -so ll:?aam 12'onm !12 onaa 112:20 1:1.". pm I :;ii|wi> I :? 2 M pm .7 on pm! 3 no pm 2" .TO run l ... pm 4 pm ? '?> em ? SO ptn (. on pre (, : TO pm 7 1'. pm 7 .:? pm 7 .to nm * on mn ?e 45 pm '9:nt> pm *> on pm,*9 30 pm ?Sunday only. E C HATHAWAY. Oeocrsl Man n?er. WIM. R AU>:S. General Sup erinicndeoi Railways. 2 ?.. i 4 H>t 5.4:, i CLYDE STEA1SBIP CO Steamers t? Philadelphia MONDAY. THURSOA* and SATURDAY. Failing frofp Philadelphia. Tne^af. Th'" and ?5alnr1ay Frelabt receivd and deft. t?1 dafl? at O * o pier No k om-e River Road JAS W MCaRRrTR. r;ea Soothers AgeSsL ruYTm STMAMSI*P CO. 13 South Deinstore A.cnim.