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HOWARD M. JENKINS,
EDITOR.
WALMsaron. Delaware.
Tuesday Afternoon, January 1».
>.Y, ( Sunday »
I PTBRSt
FU BUSHEV EVERY
excepted,) at the COMMERCIAL Bi
er Fifth anti Market Ä t ret«. Two a
Delivered FEE* by carriers
throughout the city. The Commercial will be », nt by
$6.0 •
a copy.
/..«
ly-Post Office in Sew Castle County
; $1.26 for 3 months; 50
mad
yrr
per an
t* Pott Officer outside of Xew Castle county, $5.60 per
», $ 1 .
s p.r month.
nth»; 50
The Publishers Prepay Postage in all
for thr
VELA WARE TRIBUS S, (Weekly,) the Peninsular
and Fruit-growers ; a great Family
Thurtlay morning,
organ of Farv
Se'•.•»paper ; published
Two Dollar* a yea-, Fi .otage PREPAID
: Pi'B
USHERS.
COMMERCIAL STEAM PRISTISO ROOMS, pro
tided with first-class machinery and skillful
Book, Job, and Me
orkmen,
He Printing of all
below the l a,ling Printing
for eptculi
descriptions, at prie
Houses of the large
t, ih75, the
bacrlbera, free
ew Castle county
ite for
Important Notice.—A fter January
Daily Commercial will be se
of postage to : ny Post Office
a* $5.00 per annum aud at the
month» To Post Oltlc
will be »ent ar the
per quarter. The postage will be prepaid by
publish»*
ou'side of the county 1"
d $1.40
of $5.5) p^r year
Tribune, the weekly edition of
sent to subscribers to any
t'ost office iu the I'ulted States, at $2.00 per ye«r,
c postage being prepaid by the publish rs
The Delaw
e Commercial, will
THE ADDEESS OF 00V. COCHRAN.
A hardsliip which befalls
■•ery four years
.•essity of priutiug a long message from
the Governor who goes out, aud a long address
the Governor who comes iu—both in about
is the
fi
a fortnight. Usually, the sentiments and ideas
of the
distressingly similar ; iu spite of
Governor who
condemned still
beat efforts to secure a
would sing a
to hear the e
However,
commend to <
tune, w
and threadbare story,
will try to endure it, and w
readers the address ot Gov
Cochran, which we give iu full elsewhere.
The ideas in it cover a wide variety of subjects,
financial, legal, political, industrial, social, and
; the Transit of Venus appears to be ornit
d, and no allusion is made to the Beecher
Trial, but except these, all current topics have
probably received attention. The repeal of the
Wages Attachment law is recommended, of
course, this being the tub which .: has been
agreed,
the Reform whale. Increased representation
for New Castle county is also urged, though a
Constitutional amendment is recommended
all hands, shall he thr
the proper way to get at it, which is going tho
farthest way around the measure, instead of
reaching it by a direct road. The Govoruor
squints strongly iu favor of the project of divid
ing this county, which i
is essentially and peculiarly a Middletown enter
prise, though
all the people
The remarks uj»on the industrial and financial
of varied degrees of soundness,
told, in substance, that owing to bad
rule, the South cannot buy aud has nothing
the statistics show, i
that
Burpnuxu
not united iu,
believe, by
of that
■it lauon
We
sell. This,
Tue Southern market, until the Panic,
good,
d the crops raised iu the .South, cottou iuclud
steadily growing greater. The desire
of .State bank notes, which did
not float off—because nobody at & distance would
take them—i
by the business community.
ad
return to the
certainly not 9
«•rally shared
MR BAYARD'S SCANDAL-INSULT NOT
CRITICISM.
Mr. Bayard's friends and satellites
complain if his assault on Sheridan is the sub
ject of indignant remark. The manner and
form of it were both discreditable. That be
had. either as a Senator or us a citizen, a perfect
right to criticise General Sheridan's
words, nobody will deny. That he should ex
press Ins disapproval to the utmost limit of
verity, if he considered tho cause sufficient,
would neither he improper nor justly offensive.
But he assumed to declare General Sheridan,
whoso services to tho country had been
live here ! Having
done nothing himself to Have the Union, he
prescribe who shall he its citi
: Sheridan haviug helped to maintain the
Republic, Bayard, who gave no help at all.
mounts the judgment seat to order him banged
banished !
not
•h
greater than his own,
This is a
ew method of critieisui. It is a
very bad
. We hope it i
«I ethics which the Democracy
intro luce i
ot to he the code
of
Congress. It will he
aider, if it should
propose
discouraging
patriotic
that after the wai
pro
nd tli
nation
their live
icessfully defended, tin
he summarily decided "
breathe " iu it, aud this by judges who gav
their sympathies to the foreign or tho rebellio
Fernando Word erecting gallows tor
Dix ; Jerry Black directing tho executif
Hancock
who imperil
de.
of
Hartrauft : Mr. Bavard orderi
•n
Sheridan
of tho country ; -these are scarcely
fer upon
«1 courage subdued the
flames of civil war and restored tho imperiled
. Tho ingratitude of republics
great hut hardly, wo
Mr. Bayard should apologize humbly to tho
country and to General Sheridan. If he is a just
ho will do so. Ho will reflect th
the rewards which wo expected
whose skill
tho
Ut
black
that.
««only 1,
hIi and diHcourteou»'.
personally, but from a public staud-p
ly unfit and improper. lie will rememh
claim
pression wa
that
tho Roptthhc's gratitude has yet
d that the genius of
government has received slight servi
hands. He will feel tl
he created,
fre
when ho, with his «
insignificant public record, presumed to or
the death
guislicd Arnoric
assumption, incapable of defence
•dor
st distin
exile of
of tho
heroes, tho
a gross
Tl»e February Magazine«.
—"T/u- Galaxy" i
its contributors Mrs. Anui
February numhe
Edwards, Justin Mc
Carthy, Titus Munson Coan, Albert Rhodes,
Richard Grant White, and other p
With all its variety, every number of "The
Galaxy " has a distinctive feat)
this mon tli bei
»*• I
\ the specialty
ro seven poems
g poetry. There
, * . . cellence in tho number,live of th
by la l.cH. A«)«»ther feature of tho February
her is the commence
of
tof a
, - .. . , ow serial no.^;
by Justin McCarthy, under tlie title of "Dear
i.ady Disdain." It may no inferred from this
the Scandinavian story, "A Norse
Pilgrimage," in about to end.
tide of tho number is •• A Nati.
hors," in which Dr. (Joan show
fluences which arc insensibly acting upo
haracter, and some of the dangers
isolated nation iH exposed, i
uf the magazine we lind a brief m
graph upon dress which explains
why Americans ami English dress
badly and French so well. Besides articles
the Drama, on " Words "—by Richard Gt
White, of course- ami one or two others, a short
tale, and the usual departments of literature,
science, and miscellany complete an admirable
number of the magazine.
—The February numb
une contains a greater v
eral of the articles
character. The nuniLer opens \
concluding paper on "Following tho Tiber," il- ;
hiHtrated. Another illustrated article is ".Six
Mouths Among Cannibals." "An American Girl
Lovers," by Mary E. Blair, is a
d suggestive pa
« High life' by W
and entertaii
social customs of the
tocraov. A solid, "valuable,
tide is that
'1 he leading ar
Will
Neigh
of the
Amor
which
n another part
id clever pura
•1 the
of Lippi unite* Mai/n
■i(;ty than usual, and !
■ of a decidedly poind
with a
fl II
"A Japanese
. K. Griffis, depicts,
manner, the
amusing
Marriage
ivid
•Japanese
d ti
dv
"F
" *»y ».
Wood, Jr.,
M. D. Anthony Trollope's paper, Rome Reeolec
ttons of Hiram Powers, is iu his bent style, and
makes tho reader thoroughly familiar with the
great American pcolptor. Mr. Black's ferial,
"Three Feathers, ' goes on ^charmingly, and a
shorter, but not completed «tory, by Ita Anial
Prokop, entitled "The Matchless Oae,"
gun, of which Chapters I. and II.
and amusing. Lucy H. Hooper describes,
in a pleasant way, the impressions made upon a
stranger by the customs and manners of Paris
and tho Parisians. " Our Monthly Gossip"
the usual charming variety of short papers
interest all readers.
be
vety
that
iiuii'ctcd ulih the
le lotu s Cabin.
Inter* nun g F
Publication of t
John P. Jewett, famous at c
publisher of Unde Tom's Cabin, tells some in
teresting facts
of that
the
ith the publication
When Professor and Mrs. Stowe
;e. ted
o Boston to negotiate about it, Profeseor
ieutiou-,
id after agree
Stowe
very c.
ing to let J • wrote publish it, said he did
lieve it ii*,ht lie w
lose
be
Mr. Jewett
tld
roulil want '.o read
uoy -,
rel except those who read it i
the
slavery
Era. Ot course the publisher said it w
risk. Then the question c
c-jpvwright should be sold iu full
Sir. Jewett strongly advising tho latter course.
closed. Professor Stowe
marking, with a dubious smile. "1 shall be well
pleased if Harr et gets a good black silk dro
out of it." Subseipiently Professor Stowe (after
sell and was noticed
bone that they might really
to buy a little cottage and a
of ground. The Huaucial
when the first payment for copy
made. It consisted of a chock for
The author—then famous, but not
up whether the
retained,
So the
the hook begau
fessed they dared
get enough out of it
quarter of
right
*10,000.
realizing the money value of her fame—with
husband, the simple-mind kI professor,stood
looking with a dazed surprise ami perplexity at
the little hit of pajmr by which they
formed ttiat the Tromout Bank would pay
Harriet Beecher Stowe or order the sum of Î10,
000. At last, with a queer ami almost pathetic
simplicity, the professor a»>ked the publisher
what lie should uu with it Doubtless that gen
tleman would now he surprised at his
questionable then whether
a check before, and oertainly
he had as little knowledge as most women have
of the nnxle of hanking operatione. Mr. J
ght easily bo swiudled
■hem to the hank, haviug
open an account, to keep
ey about them, and draw a chock
when they wanted any. At the hank the p
lessor was introduced to the cashier and then to
the directors,a hoard meeting being iu progress.
The gentlemen were all desirous of meotiug Mr.
Stowe. As Mr. Jewett expressed it, the profes
during the
few minutes the clerk consumed in opening
account current. Mrs. Stowe remained at the
publisher's office. There were, of course, pleas
ant hopes and associations in that homo aud
family 011 that date. The famous book sold hylthe
million copie». The uuaffected, simple little la
transformed into the renowned
thoress, and "tho Beecher," as Mr. Jewett
presses it, became from that date the uppermost
trait. He paid in all over $36,000 for the copy
right.
tier
to
plicity. It
he had ever
ett, fearing they
robbed, went with t
first advised them
but little
every chair i
the
dv
j&pwial goitres.
Grosvcuor'»
Improved Kclltulonmt
PlCLMlCr.
Plaster,
Capslc
Patent Lint,
Glass Nipple Shells,
' Glyi
uw Root,
T. ■
iyc«i
\Voo»l Boxes,
elson's Gelatine,
Concentrated « ilycerlue,
Scherlug's Chloral Uy«lrate,
Tiu SeidliU Bo
Star Mills Paper,
Filtering Paper.
Turne«l
Nelson's
French Mustard Plasters,
Effe
Salts, (Kea bey A Mattlaon's)
«1 Pills
B A C
<1 Granules,
ÏCT
Alle
Plasters,
Moiler's Cod Liver Oil,
egar Bitters,
olio way's w «
v
Confections,
Mut they Cuylus Capsules,
Planten's capsules.
's Seltzer Aperient,
Uenszey's Troches,
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
Yankee Shaving Heap,
Scheffer's Pepsine,
Low's Liniment.
Supplied to Die tra»le
the lowest market
y
E. BRINGHURoT A CO,
Wholesale ami Retail Drugttlsts,
Corner Mxth an«l Market Streets.
W 1. W llliams. <
. Ninth
id tlar
et Ntre
offers lor sale
fav«>ring buyers,
er makes of F
11
Fi
Suchet P
Hair, T«
nl Nall Brushes,
Putigeuts, Puff Boxes
Perfume Diffuse
I.U bin's E
Rlmmel's h
Atkinson's Extracts.
L«)W's Extracts, Ac., Ac
the Centennial Perfumery
of which we have 26 different extracts and hoquets.
This line of perfumery ha the dell«-a« y of the finest
French with the permanence of
best English
Bell
Uolitlay Re
«sanies of life. Recognizing the duty «if
the time and (incidental! ) wishing the «pialty of
those perfumes to be known by the few who I
not yet tried
I>rl«e,
!
: g
the
shall offer lu-lucem«
DURING THE HOLIDAYS,
Incomparably cheat)
iltytu t
ers, Op»»
Ihat w
ako
o«sIs approaching
«la v* «
l KI*
y
I
er, Toilet W
. Roque
Kurina
suit
trying
»deute, permanent,
•ef resiling,
all. at
ILL!AMS' Prescription Store.
Ninth
I Market s
AI edit; in cm.
For he Family
Jina-opathlr, Bo
I P
ittti. Allopathy.
II«
Elect I«
thr Delaware Avenue Dri
W. T.
Fresh supplies
eeklv.
J vl 7-tf
«Lhlt'llS,
( füuraticmal .
A. REYNOLDS
w.
CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL INSTITUT
WILMINGTON, DEL
Tub Fa u. Ti
aprs-iy»i -
SKPTKMHKK 7TH, 1874
^NNIE
C WENZELLE
PEN ARTIS T,
1
Okvnuk St
, Dki.a
ameutai Writing ami Copying,
era, petitlouH.deeda certifie
Jnstructlo
iur. hpeuee
■ :
Resolutions,
visiting « an
>tly
I
<1 families by
ght.
J^UGRY AC A DKM Y.
A SELECT ENGLISH, CLASSICAL AND
MERCI A L INSTITUTE.
MASONIC TEMPLE, Wilminoton, Dri..
SAMUEL W. MURPHY. A. M. M. D., PRINCIPAL.
Assisted by experienced .nstrue
dppartmenta «ff
WINTER TERM OPENS DEC. 7TB, 1874.
For catalogues apply to Boughman, Thomas A Co.
fob'4-1 y
the several
£uralJ?r turners.
YARD.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
all kinds of BUILDING
« lowest market
he NEW YARD of
HEW EH A CO.FRONT AND PINE HTS.
a complete aasort
rything in the building ilno.
N EW
* iii rJn«l they can parch
MATKRIAI.
;
Who have constantly o
'll ITK '»TN« AND HEMLOCK BILL LUMBER
A SPECIALTY
Parti-r
tlon g!i
Lumber
HEWEd \ ( O.
<i. Mi l
ikuxl: . Marg'r Wli. offl««.
T. P. McCAIHiKN.
I. A. SMITH
'y|«:CA.l>J)fcJN & 8WITH,
Importer
!
TO Y s
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS,
FIRE
OHKfl.
S37 AND 8::e NORTH SECOND STREET,
my 16-6 in
M erinos — brown,
im «de Meriuos, reduced t.
price $1.95 per yanl.
PHILADELPHIA.
WINE AND
• 5 cents, former
W. B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market streets,
The Firs» Da* and the Fin
■tegular Cnsl
1.«
Thh
to advise jou that
we have
:elved from
workmen a
lot of
351 HEAVY OVERCOATS,
Made of Chinchilla,
warm,each good weight,wi ll trimmed
which
late arrival,
bstuntlal
nl
marked, because ot
• he
NOMINAL PRICK OK
i. «J.
Which l* less
manu fad
T he colors
the actual dost of
id quantities
follows :
Dark Bi
319
Blue.
32
These
a 1 of
ot lots Of Mid
id
quality of fresh goods,
recommeni
d adv
I
fi leud
their frleuds
d buy .
do likewise.
Though the li
large,
:k!y " suapped up" as soi
tey will
examined, unless we
mistaken
gréa I.»
Judgment.
There are a few lets of pan a loons
have been hammered iK w
price
onler
n «luce
e amount
if
carry over
times iu the year when men-hanis
put the lowest prices ou their goods, and
just p
Ther
lakmg account of
stu«-k Is the time with us.
ul of next
up ac
d iu the meantime we
will pu' lower marks
makes of Reidy
Meu.
super
ide Clothing for Boys
1.1
e all w
«I uu deviation allowed.
*w t-ysiem giv
" guarantee" wl h
10 «lays If unsatisfactory.
plain ligures
i purchase, the best f°
of wide
de
I
id the
WAN AM AKER .V BROWN,
WANAMAKER «V BROWN,
WAN A MAKER «k BROWN.
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
OAK BALL,
OAK IIALL,
OAK IIALL,
THE LARGEST CLOTHINGHol'SElN AMERICA,
S. E. CORNER SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS,
PHILADELPHIA.
juu's-et
Jÿprrisî Sotirrs .
■ stums (iooda I
<1
YUUR ATTENTION IS INVITED TO Ol R
Handsome Tulle
Fine Hair Brush s,
Choice Buffalo Combs,
Fancy Cologne Bottles.
Elegant Puff Boxes,
Fancy Tooth Brushes
Hand Mirrors,
■»••I
Chest P
»1 Gentlemen's wt
Lu« lies'
Fc
HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS.
We have fl
•«I
prices extremely low
dull times, and
guaran*
sell these goo<
consulting their c
k if they w
year than
Interest will look at
•lire bargains.
i" 1
Tlx
EDWARD MclNALL, JR.,
APOTHBCXHT,
i. E. COIL SECOND AND MARKET STREETS.
Vu MiNtrroK.
apr7-iy
It. A I', Sliocnmlicr
selling
AI
HTOC'K OK HOLIDAY GOODS
RICES TO SUIT THE TIMES!
They h;
FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
PERFUMERY;
e a large
ck of
Cologne of the bes
KlH.
e u ve y fine Cologne which they put up
piaiu bot
beautiful c
ties. CALL
ND^Si-'E 1 TllkM*,
S»3 MAR ET STREET,
1„.dilute Building.
Testimony.
I cheerfully give this testimony
Mrs. Foster's blood Purifier au«!
the public
I Tetter Ointment
d
afflicted for many years
blood, a troubles«
disordered
obstinate tetter
the
«1 swelling of the gland.«
the o'.-caslon of prolonge«! suffering
the
ick, Wille
I consnlted eight of the
clans In the eity und
without ree
contrary getting worse, till Unuliy
lng of
Blood Purifier, wide
being a certain c
turning point iu my c
of the Blo(sl Purifier
Ointment, the swelling ceased, the eruptions <Usa{>
•1 effectually cu
«I concerning
promine
«Reine a loug
relief; ut
any permane
Uespalr
:e«l to try Mrs. Foster's
recommended to
r my disease. It
e ; after using two
ope, 1
In
the
td
now I
X
ff
further Information it
my resilience.
case, call
THUS. SCOTT,
lltlt Street Brhlge.
li Myriqi,
«»re Bron
d all
ed by
1830 riaymont Street,
f oster'* I infallible
No
Croup. Asthma, Iniluenza
1 luugs speedily c
i Colds,
chltls,
affect]
using Mrs. Dr. Foster's Infallible Cough Syrup.
Price: Adults'35cents: Children's25cents. Pleas
, safe un«I easy to take. For
the thrr
FOSTER'S DRUG STORK,
■ r ml
v Im the Til
Huy
CHEST PROTECTORS.
»rtment of them for sale by
B. .V C. SHOEMAKER,
A Cliotc«
Pharmacists,
>3 Market Street.
ioV'3-tf
The C elluloid
Thea«
Trusses «
the
"Off easily adjust««!
public. The spring Is of
completely covered
d preserves It, while the
of the Cellu
or offered to
inglish Steel,
Celluloid,
Among the many great ailvanlag.-H
loiil Truss, which will be at once appreciated by
have worn Trusses, are the following:
It Is Impervious to water.
It will never bro
.cli pr«
e material.
It
the baud
i any shape requtreil
without artificial heat.
It will net*her
or chafe
dlffleulT rupture with safety
» patient.
It
1 comfort.
It need not be remove«! while bathing.
Its durability is beyond question.
eal, for it will last a life
of the laxly causes no unpleasant smell,
-tli a Celluloid Truss, the ~
», safety, durability, adaptability, and
It
In fact,
comfort,
economy.
ety of styles of these Trusses nmy
ut Foster's Drug store, Front and West Streets.
•I examine. Adjustmeuts^nade
o ladles by Mrs. Dr. Fos
jcelvlng their s
Pie
« all
charge.
Special
sho
. 'J
-• ge
turn by a competent
- f
1. I lii
ikep«
Wine or li
Hus m
fuil lu
att.»n«l< «I with cympto
n : loss of m mory ;
; in lispo
ertk
lilffl
ty of breathing ;
of «liseuse ; weak, ner
horror of (loath ; night
(liinnesH of vision ;
al weukneNn ; horr
tieinbllng; • 1 rea« 1
col«l led ;
weakness ;
universal lassitude nl
appetite with
fin-lung «ff the i
on ; puli'i countenance
i. «lyspej
body; *
in- symptoms;
Iryne.-s of the
the fai'e ;
mrlfyiug the b
In th
Mporary suff usion
■ P
the eyelids ;
living liofore
1 I«
of sight ;
' :
» symptoms
fro
emedy tin
E F. Run
kel'a 1$:
r W
iw (njiy.ug health who h
ik rs.
; of iron.
ever fails, 'liions
•i •
-•«lit. Take
«: of ci
rl.
e Imitat lor
jo well *
. As
Kunkel*
• r Wine of Ir
all
lun'ry, druggists th«
Ration ami try to palm It off on 1 heir e
wh« 11 they call for Kunkv.'H Bitter Y\ ine of Iron.
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron Is put up only In $1
«I has a yellow wrapper nicely pat on Hie
ic, with ihe proprietor s photograph on the
[K-r of each bottle. Always look for the pin
ihe outside, ami you will always be
get the genuine $1 per bottle
lars« Mj 1«1 by druggists
graphs(
r$5 doJ
I dealers everywhere.
TAPE WORM REMOVED ALIVE,
d all comp!«
<1 iiy 8 Dr Kunkel, 269 North Ninth
delphla, l'a. sen«l for circular. For
ordinary worms, «-all on your «iruggiBt
bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup. Price, $1
Ilea«
heu« I
hours No fee till
ch
eel Phila
I gel a
(City business JUrrocrji
~
AUCTIONEER*.
. Htldbam A Son, 111
BANK.KKM Se BROKER».
R R. Robl
BAH Oh its A HaIK HHK^r
A. Aaboubaoh. 1»' Marke
BK1.I. RINGERN dk HIM. I'On'I'«
. W Jfeobrf'D, 6 W
Howard O. M
HOOT X ~!l OK.MAKER"- m.
-J Market atr
dAOo,
No. 6. IC. T
J. U. Abnandrr,
Babooek A Bro .
i
John 8. MoraUud, 4th sad Po
Irvine Murray, 1V7 W. Id iirei-t
. A. Turner
SIS Market* •
( AUPKNTKUH AND »L II.DHK n.
J. O Haddock.
op Thorn«.
J
. HiH.il., »ho
CICJAttM «It TOBACCO.
Brisbane A DoMaluvU]«. 7lB
. A. DavU.
. Hob
i ko» .
m, u!&%. a 4th*at
Wi
CL
'KH. WATCliK-8. A Jk
Praaton A>en, *8 King «
J. U. Maaaoy, h iC 4t.r»r
orner Havecib a
C OACH A C'A K RI At- K .
Wm
ÜHIUCJI8TM.
U. R. Brtncbnnt, 317 Marke
FI.OKIHTf*.
Tatnall A Go., DeUwa
HENKltAI. INHl'HANC
l bomaa F. Plu
Il «y A Van T
CiKNTM» FUINIsIIIm; G
Market
A : i NT»
. 61u
M
■t4M>n A Hon.
Jl
i. Mura»a, âU Mark
rh'sa. 410 M»
HATH. CAP.M. Jko.
BakUl A Wair*von. 41
Uh**. K. Uaball, J it ;
HAKUWAItK.
Ji
Markst .
IKON de MTKKL.
n A Co., 8. K cor
lu.l .*/.tpla, ••»«
1.1VKKY rtTA1IMX.
l-.f.l. W ll„:i»n
l.OOIlIXU-UI.A.HHKM A I'll A
Rlwood Doxuc, lu W.
McMonoglc,
K lu« «Ire*
JIKKCHANT TAILORS,
loo. Gouart. 13 K. Fourth atraaL
«Jhn B. Mahlh*na«u, 415 KIuk »
.ar, Jr., 1 -jh Markat at
PAPER IIA.VR1NR4,
d Mark al a
PI.L'JIBEItM AND («An FITTERS.
. V. GUloap!a,
REAL ESTATE
! I
KH % Xc.
oU.
W.
JKNTS.
T*un Panuluictoo, Allmond'a lid«., -tb *
M. M. Child 4..
or, 3d sad Hhlp^ey rtioet««
Koynolda A
H.Ü
4 W.
We.-.!
V.
. H Oil
lit
RESTAI KANT A Bit.I IAKI) It«
Joseph Halltcsr 201 im!
HEWING riAl .IJNKM.
Market •«
rer A l!akt>r V. Go . Ml Klnm «rtriwt.
r American Sewln* MiujuIoo, 7Ï» Mark.,» -«
New
t'OPPHL :iud TEA Denier*.
Colon PaolHo Tea Go
UNDERTARERh.
Tho# «I. Gilo», itll^Shlploy afreet.
. 514
Urkot at
8. You
wtom, ttraurs, ilamjrs, ou.
J^-KVV OTOVK A.NL^ HKATKU 8TOHE
GENERAL UoL'SB-FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
WILLIAM F. ROBINSON
HAS OPENED
NEW
STOVE AND HEATER STORE.
., fronting
the latest im
proved STOVES, HEATERS, AND RANGES. Pa
l<*!tl4-tf
N. E. cor. of Seeon«
Second St.
I Kin
"li-Cair
Hupplleil at the shortest notice'
jdoots ana SUoci
pUlLU* C. BENKKHT,
2.76 NORTH SECOND ST., PHILADELPHIA,
Manufacturer of
>oaler
LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS.
Examine ouk Stock. octio-3m
nrei
guiiaing nna a:ima ^imr.
jr iME
LIME,
1 have
UMK,
LIME FRESH FROM THE KILN,
ul. Kilns opposite Wilmington
(ins House.
the Pcnna. House
uyB
t
All
left
oelve prompt attention.
Jy20-tf
1. M. PAWLING.
^uruiture aua iludtnaklng
^ABINET-MAKINU
U* N D* B R T* A K ' î N li
1 will continue
late Jotui Russell,)
î business of my b
the old Hluud
NO. 417 SHIPLEY STREET,
«I a large assortment of Pint
TTKK, MATTHASSKS, FKATUKKS. AC.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO UNDERTAKING.
THOMAS I. RUSSfCLL.
c-r (tho
And wlil keep
Jep30-ly
EW AND SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE,
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED,
P. hahsoN'S, 219 w. Second st..
Wilmington, Del.
N
Jïfigbt ïütus .
QBAi* WARNER & CO.,
Proprietors of the
PHILADELPHIA AND WILMINGTON
PROPELLER LINE
MARKET STREET WHARF, WILMINGTON,
FIRST WHARF BELOW CHESTNUT St., PHILA.
Steamers Ball dally at 6, P. M.
Jyl-ly
B
USIi'3
Wilmington and Philadelphia
DAILY STEAM FREIGHT LINE
leaves French Street Wharf, Wilmington
-oud wiiarf above dies
Philadelphia, at 6 o'clock, P. M.
»8 delivere«l pr«
either city, or transported
fllmltigtou with«:
the
» ■•«•«•L,
( Got.dn
1 pack)
harge f<
•dp*
GBORCIJÏ W. BUSH à HON
Frone!« street Wharf, Wilmington
8. MEKRHUSW, Agent,
Second Wharf above Chestnut Ht. PhUa.
MfBe particular t<» order freight by Bush'i Line
lanv lv
H .
8. Mc'OMB,
MANl FACTURER OF
PATENT-sTRCTCHED,
PATENT-STR ETCHED;
PATE NT-RIVETED,
PATENT-RIVETED,
OAK-LEATHER BELTINJ,
OAK-LEATHER BELTING.
LACE AND PICKER LEATHER,
AND ALL KINDS OK
HUGE AND HARNES ; LEATHER,
COPPER ItlVEl'S,
BELT HOOKS AND CLASPS,
HYDRAULIC PACKING,
AND (ÎUM BELTING,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
STORE AND MANUFACTORY,
THIRD AND ORANGE STREETS,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
JUST RECEIVED,
The Einest Lot
CHOICE SINOINt
CANARY BIRDS
That
d for Bale very chenp.
YOUNG BIRDS.
:ver imported.
•J heae
W. N. CHANDLER,
«11 Market Street.
£_aprl4-ij
Jircäs fvimmlofls .
~ .JEW GOODS.
» «inflating of a choice as.
LADIES' AND GENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS, EM
BROIDER DZEPnVR Wl.RK, HOSIERY,
ULOVES .* Nl) A' CY Ü OD8,
MITABLK FOR TUB
SEASON.
N
AT PRICES TO SUIT TUE TIMES.
*' Ü STAAT*
No 4« 7 Market st
tnarü-iy
giiUartnii .
Q.EORG7C H. ASH,
MERCHANT TAlLoH,
NO. 4, EAST TH!
A'ilminuton, Dri aware.
«ortnient of OVBI COATINGS an
WORSTEDS, CLOTHS. CASMMBKE» AND VKS
INUH.
Examine
g.MHl
t
FALL AND WINTER
l" 7
18 .'4
MERCHANT '1A ll.i'll
MERCHANT TAiLOK.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
fOBM DAN !«
JOHN DAN tA,
IU1IN DAVIS.
MARKET STREEtT
WILMINGTON, DK
the U
1-arge
; ,-k. I'ricos to
guaranteed.
'
Ja- »-l,
r motto.
OrowUjS, Sr.
p.H
Ri.islun Curraiiis, I allau
ange iv*-l, 1
, l.e
i«i
Spices,
«-., go to
BOWMAN'S.
For Seedless Cherries, Plums, Peeled
Peaches, ^s ami silted Apples, Turkey
Prunes,
»! "4L" 1 « 1
:. go to
BOWMAN'S.
For really Prime Coffees and Choice Teas.
B„ go to
BOWMAN'S.
For
. Almonds, Fine
le Grapes, etc., go to
e Walnuts, Prim
Layer and Loose Raisins, \\
BOWMAN'S.
TO
money, and
the same
get the best,
go to
BOWMAN'S.
SK« (*ND AND KING AND
KING HTREET.
r^O TUE PUBLIC,
whlle the
HARD TIMES LAST
U JOliN ALDKN S NEW oTORE,
. SECOND AND W ASHINGTON STS.,
, Fresh Meat, &v.
novl4-3m
«.O r
N. W. cc
d buy Groceries, Piov'aic
VLB r CHE A P FOR CASH.
G
ROCKRIES.
F1NB>T AND STANDARD UKOCfcltlU»
Can always be purchasisl at
A. O. PERKINS,
KI) OltOCKKT,
NO. 3, K. SECOND FT.
TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, DRIED AND CANNED
GOODS, FLOURS AND PUOV1 luNS.
UNEXCELLED.
The purest of
LI QL OILS, WINKS AND GINS CONhTANTLY ON
HAND.
sepBO-iy
A. O. PERKINS.
Q.REAT ATTRACTION
GREAT UNION PACIFIC TEA COMPANY'S,
512 Market Street, (SaVUIe Bull.llug,)
THE ART GALLERY OF TUB CENTENNIAL EX
HIBITION,
Given away
BEAUTIFUL PICTURE, ENTIRELY NEW.
mar4-ly
rjpKA, TEA, TEA,
RET ML AT WHOLESALE PRICES,
T« a.
! n
GREAT UNION PACIFIC TEA COMPANY,
612 Mahkkt Stukkt, Wll.MI noton.
JAMES CRIPPEN, superintendent.
mar4-ly
J^ON'T READ THIS!
SPLENDID NEW CHROMOH,
16X20 INCURS.
.:'TDK PEI'S,":.
AND FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
GIVEN WITH ONE POUND OF TEA AT 80
AND OVER.
en 110x08
KVKHY
UHCUA8KK
" THE PETS,"
" FRUITS AND FLOWERS."
GREAT UNION PACIFIC TEA COMPANY,
Market Street.
mar4-iy
jflrt JleaUrs .
& JAMJSH
ALTON
ICE DEALERS.
OKK10KS : 16th
King aud No. 2,
f. Third Ht.
ocl29-tr_
QHANGK
COMMENCING MONDAY, AUGUST 31st,
We will sell
6 pounds dally .
8 " '•
IN PRICE OF ICE
the following prlceB :
40 cents a week
86
12
BO

86
BU
$ 1.10 «
00
4oc.
i delivery
60c. per loo lbs.
loo
roo,
BOO
We guarantee
i sell Ice
lu this
cliy.^ ^
PU8EY A RICE.
gACRED
MUSIC BOOKS
1875.
RIVER OF LIFE, (35 cents.) A m<
«lay School Book. II. S. Perkins
beautiful Sun
«1 W. W. Beni ley.
LK 4 DER, ($1.88 ) Full collection of Metric 1 Tunes.
Anthems Ac., with Singing School Course. U. It.
Palmer mid u O. Emeruoul.
THOMAS'S QUARTETS AND ANTHEM«*. ($2.60.)
t music of tho best cluss, for Quartet Chairs.
J. R. Thomas.
DANKS' ANTIIEM SERVICES. (2.60)
music of excellent quality for all tli- service
Episcopal Church. U. P. Dunks.
Anthem
ol
PERKINS' ANTHEM BOOKS. ( 1.60.) ^asy An
hems. Very full, goo« I, and already p q ular collec
tion. W. O. Perkins.
«S >M; MONARCH, (Töceuts.) For Slnglug Schoo's.
Not much Baer- «1 Music, but au a-lmlrude prepara
tory course, with a large quuutlty of secu.ar music
for practice. H. H. P.ihuer ami L. O. Emerson.
books sent, post paid, for retail price.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., CHAS. U. DITHON A <\
711 B'dway, New Yor<.
dec30-W-sA2tw
J^017UE,
We wouhl call especial attention ~
pictures of "GERMAN FINISH," which
think are surpassed in this or any other ,
many thousands of which arc In this city, and fi
tnetr quality we grive a general reference.
M. A W. GARRETT,
TW) Market
stvle
1/OR THE EINEST TEAS, CHOICEST
X coffees, go to 11 K. FOURTH STREET.
Hew & amtt « nunts .
AGENTS PROFITS PKH
___ week.
New articles just patented. 8 amp If* sent
lo an Address W. H. ('HipKHTKI*.
$57.60
$Too. New articl
free to all. Add re
Will prove It or forfeit
267 Broadway, Ne
THE CHRISTIAN, A LARGE
«1 (rood
J anll-4ir
T ry
llvt
«1
live family paper, fu 1 of st-rl« n i
. No sectarianism, politics, pills, _
vortlsemcnts. only 76 cents a year ! scud lOceutB
before you forget It I Hpleuilld
AffCU h wanted everywhere. BI«
H. !.. HASTING^. Wash u
puffs, nor au
II v
for 3 speclme
Map premium,
comiulsslo
St., Boston Mass., 6««
jantl,
, pldlttda I'll.
rth
AVK YOU TRIED
II
JURUBBBA
WEAK, NERVOUS, OR DEBILITATEl>7
with
Languid
k You
ID]
effort than vou feol eapuble of making?
• J tnt USES A, the wonderful tonic and iu
hieb acts so benedi tally on the secretive
> Imnart vlMor to all the vital forces.
■ Al
I B
vtgorator,which ac
Impart vlg«
fus
ah stimulates for a
.only to let the sufferer »all t*»
ui it Is a vegetable tome acting
alcoholic, appetite
I'
S!.'
depth of misery,
directly on the
It regulates
gives such a healthy lone
• -valid fet
Its operation la not vluieut,
great gentleness; the patient experlenc
inurked results, but gradually his tru
ul
the
mle syste
like a new p«'
.Ib charuvte
tin
mal i
•d by
l.L
change,
hies
Fold their tenta, llkv the Arabs,
Ami silently steal away."
and untried discovery,but has l*een
with womlerfal remedial results,
by the highest me«Ucal auth<
d alterative known
This Is
long
prouounc
most powerful
Ask your druggist for It.
For sale by JUI1N80N, HOLLOWAY A ( O..
Jaull,4w Philadelphia
*, 'the
I'd
rpiIK NEW YOl'K WEEKLY WIT
1 NESS, giving News. Markets,
«1 Live Editorials at fi.
cbe«l 75,000 circulation
free sample copy.
ries, I lctures,
year, postage paid, has
three years. Send l«»r
:nv
y i
IONÖTANT EMPLO'. MENT
/ 1
Home, male or female, $30 a week warrante«!.
No capital required. Panic
pie sent free. AildresB wall 6 ce
rosa, Williamsburg, N. Y'.
d valuable
stamp, C.
dec
ARYLAND EYE AND EAR INbTl
.*, Mil.
M TUTE, 06 N. Charles htreet, Italt'inure,
GEORGE REUL1NG. M. 1). late Prof, of Eye
Ear Surgery lu the Waslungt -n University,
charge.
The large, handsoui«* residence of the late C'h
Carroll has been Dtted up with all
adopted in the latest Schools of Europe, for
dal treatment of tills class of «liseuses. Apply by
letter to GEORGE RKUL1NG, M. 1).,
decSMw surgeon In charge.
■«
-I.
Improvements
• «P*
rpKAÖ RETAILED AT IMPORTERS
1 PRICKS,
GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO.,
Streets,
I (
Arch Street, cor. Second
21 S. Second St, Philadelphia, Pa.
organization of capitalists t(
This Is
IMPORT AND DISTRIBUTE TEAS
e small profit, saving the consumer all pr »IPs
Idlemen. We control a large part of the best
leas brouglit iu this country, which
oursclv es. Pc
their
which gives
luihed stores for distributing o
clpal cities of the United Mat» s. We give
customers a
tor
of
sold only bi
other deal« rs do so
'is buying «
disadvantage, o
very best tool Lies of selecting,
great u«lvantug. s. We have estai»
tiil the prln
BEAUTIFUL OIL CHROMO,
, of Atuerlc
taken fr<
«
the richest ge
ich, if is «fig tit
I"'
lists)
; price of the *1
customers.
n
These e!
los are a presem
All goods sold warrante« 1 to give perre« i sutisfu«-
tlou or the money refund«»!.
GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TJL\ CO
d
d c
881 Arch Street,
621 S. Second a
, Philadelphia, P
dec28 4w
IIILADELPIIIA ltlUIAL OABK CO
P
full opcratlou,
COFFINS AND CASKETS
id making all the various
styles «»f
«le, furnlshe«! In all klmls of
finely finished. We will
the 1«
AKEROOMS, 211
Ith prompt
OFFICE
8 N. BROAD ST.,
li
•*t prices, fr«
1
a
«i
Phila.
twrg«
for descriptive Price List
pjli
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS AND ALL
THROAT DISEASES
L'BH
WELLS' CARBOLIC TA BLOT h.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Druggists generally, and «leeva-iv
BouztWAY A Co ., Plillailclplilft, I'a.
QANCER CAN RE CURED !
dreadful disease thoroughly cured with«
of the knife or caustic by
1 all skin
Sold oy
b'lis • I'« IN
I
ill« 1er I 111
the
I illscases
•Uscovery. Scrofula
d after all other remedies rail,
lars. Consultation free, «tally.
PENN. CAN« ER INSTITl TE,
nov8(M2w 8'itw Chestnut at., \\
d bit
1
tdelpl
QOFF'R BRAID
D-12W
IIK>T MADF.
« llrt , $larlut & ïife guttirontt .
TO MY l'ATKONB
1867
187o
AND Tt K GENERAL PUItLI«'.
hereby to express my unfeigut «1 grat tu«lc
ry liberal patronage I have reee
past eight jujui's,
pareil to place any
improvetl plans, aud
1 «I
for tin
1

suy tliut I
it of IiiMiiran c. ou the
current rates.
■'ompanles I
the authorized Ag««
!
lus
uuy
to r
not only fuir lu the Issu«*
the adJashiiPlt: and settle
The capital represent
Sixty Millions
Is Fire assets, ami
struug and reliable 1
Manhattan Life Insurance C«
North British
London.
Royal Cunai
Hi
w ho ai «»
aim In
>f
;«1 at my ageci-y
Dollars, over Fifty of whlcu
represented by the following
•omi
to
N. Y.
«I Mercantile Insurance Co.,
Insurance Co., Montreal, V
; Insurance Company. N. Y.
Fire Association of Phllailelphla.
Hanover Fire Insurance Co,. Ne
Amerlc
Fire IiiHun
II
York.
1 ;.
Natio
Glenn's Falls Insurun
Merchants' Insurance
Fairfield Insuram e C«
New Orle
Co., Hartford. C<
s Falls, N Y.
Co
Newark. N. ,f.

alk, c
Ins
Co., N. O.
Co., N. Y.
of « Incinna'.l, oh o.
)»rg, Pa.
We
Chester Ilisura
Amazon Insurance l
Alb-iiiunlu Insurun«'.'
ire partlcular.y
Jllcies on Dwellings, whi«'
, P
i
call \ «>
utteutio I«
es abo
Hoping by u cl
a eontiiniance of yo
mclv.ï
putronuge, I
tits T'tily,
TH MAS V. PI.I vtMKH,
^WILMINGTON INSl RANCH A IINCY
1
j an 7-1 y
.!«•
by mail will receive i
•nipt at.«
AWAKE BOAKD DIHECTOK'.'
DMIO:, MUTGAL UFE IMSUKAML'C «UM Y: v
CF MAINS.
Ht , wiurr
Urrioi, 911 Hn:
I TON, Dv.
OFF1CBR«
JOSHUA maris, Presiden'.
I». H. KENT, Tr^-rV 0 *' 8 - VIC '- , ' r ' "' 1 '
DU. D. A DODGE, Snore!arv
Exkuutivk coxxin
Capt. N. R. Benaoa, T. Y. DeNormandie, J. ft F.ini.
Da. JOHN P. WALES, Medical Exan
All monies collected in
here
Joauc*l by this Board of Directors upiii.
first-class real estate securities and thus make this
practically a Home Company.
Jt ib to the Interest of thoce wishing insurance t.
ßorne^* 6 tlllS tJüm l ,au y ttU ' 1 keep their
•y 9
NBW CAKTLE UOUWTV
-*■ MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
OFFICE.—602 MARKET STREET.
Insures against FIKE*HotiseA and uli other kin 1
t,lulr for periods of - -
varying from three months to a term of tears
Manaobhs.—W illiam Tstnall, M. M. cleaver John
Guyer, Charles W. Howland, Edward Briughnrot
Ä SiÂter , £
* »■ Tr,Z^* TATOA1 ' L '
J-JROWX'Ö EXPANSION
SPRING BED BOTTOM !
THE MOST DURABLE BED BOTTOM
MARKET.
elastic,
IN THE
It Is noiseless, the
greater weight than any be«
Call
, d will sustain a
ur iuvi.ute«l.
ore, No. loo w. second u.
Manufaeturiag and General Agc IV ^ H ' MüülUfi
Delaware. *
the
for(he
decnV Jt
ueci7-iy I
$au 8oati %iutt.
AI/IlMINUTON A HEADING It.
TT WINTER A It RA N G EM RNT.
li.
MONDAY, MiVKVBJ
Tru/
Going Northward.
• • 19TH, 1874.
follows:
I I
umg SumUw, hi
STATIONR,
NO. Ö No. 3, No. 1
No.y, No
• P
P
Ö.16 if.
6. 3 8.3«
6 .:
Viimlngton,
liRdd'H Ford,
8.88 ('OBtPSVllle,
Held,
; ■
7 19
7.
Mfl
7
6 6 «
r.,47
u.43 Spring
ln,iB BlrdHU
4.4<
I
6.66 io.T4 Reading,
CONNECTION .
M Wilmington w
'A llmlngton .V BhIiIiu
A t Chad«Vs Ford with trai:>B
At Coatesvllie with train s ou 1*. nun. H. w •and ai
Reading with it» lua on Hitlla. .v Reaillug, Leb. \ al
d East Pcnnu.. and Reading A Coluuibiu Railroad
and the Berks<• nmy Riilirfmd. Sunday trains „«
.'Cts with P. A : . C. train south.
Hi
to l'liilud«-li«tit*
Railroad -,
P. A B. C. R It.
1C. COI L NO«,
General Superintendent.
Jaui.lydA'
JKMMHYLVAMA RAILROAD
1
ON
•1 Mark .r
Tr
Depot, Thirty-Second
MAIN LINE WESTWARD
l'aolt Accum. 6.141,9, aud 10.50, A. M.,l U>, 4.46,6 6u 9
On HnudAy 7.80, A. M., J, amt T.'ifi
Mall,
lee
d 11.30 1*. M.
1*. M.
Eimiru and Lock Have
Mall
. Sunday, s.im
is only to
• u dally, (mi
t'HITlHbUI'K). ..
Line & Ii.iIIhIo Exp., ex. Sunday,
Harrisburg Ace. dully
I.HU' , a. , d.'r
Parkcrtburg T
ililsburg Exp
Cincinnati Exp
l'acmé Ex
Kr'.u Mall.
Emigrant Express
Ticke
. 8.00 A.M
I
19.
P.M
•ept S
day.... 9.30. P.M
luily,ex, Sunday 4.00, P.
«Hilly, except holiday,.. 6.8o, P.M
ess dato , except Sunday
daily.
dhdy.
x°ept Saturday.
.05 A. M. «tally.
sd ! • dln -i «'•-!:
Market street by 6, P. M.
«' Yoik A
6.10. P.M
8.20, 1*.;
:pressu
dally, c
.. IL65, 1*!m
pr>
NEW YORK DIVISION.
Express for New Y irk, 9.40,3.8.1,7.16,7.20,s..w,an t
A. M., (Lltnitod N«jw York Express 1.30, J*. i
■I 7, P. M.,
> 1 .
M .)
1.85, 8.8«) 4.6»», 6.80
12
dnigm.
, 8.8t», 8.30, A. M.,4.80. ?, P. A!.,
•day Trums, a.
an«» 19, mlilnlgbt.
Emigrant T
iixpiib: for Li.ug
o; New York. 11.
. j*. P.
P. M
•le.
P. M.
rKOM KENSINGTON DEPOT.
Bnstloton, 6.36 A. M., la noon, o.imi and 7.26, p.
Way Train f«>r Bristol, 6.75 P. M.
, 10.16 A.....,---- .,
Sunday, 9.16, A. M. aud a su P. m.
Express for New York, 8.4U A. M.
FOR Bf.oVIDERE DIVISION.
Express for Trenton, Lambertville, Phuilpsi
Easton, Water Gap, Scranton, Ac., C.66 A. M.
P. y. Accom. for Bdvldero, îo.ib A. M.
Kor I Aiuoi rtville, and l'cnnlngton, 6 .re, 10.15, A. M
' M6 P. M.
Klemington, 6,65 10.15, A. M., and 3.8«), p. m.
AMBOY DIVISION.
FROM MARKET STHEE'r FERRY
. .'J., 9.30, 3.3o, 4, 5.15, o.so i .M
Tn
Fr
Aoccm. for New York, via Perth Amboy, 6.3«) M.
A. and 2, P. M. and Via Jumesburg and Monmouth
Junction
30 A. .M.
r Trenton, connecting with express trains
d 10 a. M.,19 noou,8.3o,4..w
for New York. 6.80,s,
and 6,3u P. M.
Way train for Burlington. 6 3*) P. M., and
ilayB only, at 10.3«) P. M.
day 7.80 A.' m!,
«I l, 1*. hi.
Wa. » rain for B«.rdenro
. \00 P. M ,
h, 8.00 A. M., 9 aud 4.
I 12 night.
P. M.
For Ktnkora L
For lllghlstowu, 6, «1.30. A. M., 2, 3.45, and 6.80P. M.
and Tuckerton 10.80 A. M.
«1 1C.80 A. M., 3.
For Long Brum-I
For M ta if or. I,
For Mt. Holly
3.45, 5, and
P. M.
! 6 30 P.M.
10.80 A. M.
<1 11.Uu
ville, 10 P. M
For Morciu
Tucwlaya,Thursday«*
l Saturdays only.
Train » arrive
From Pittsburg, 3.10 .8.««5 a. m„ 7.30 p. M.dally.«—
A. M-, and 4.16 P. Ai. dully, except Monday. From
Eric and W illtamsport, 6.6o A. Al. dally, ex. M«»u
»lay. From Buffalo au«l Niagara Falls, 8
dully, except Monday. From
und Williams »ort. 7.S0 P. AL
Thirty-First and Market Streets:
I.U), H.«i6 a. .
P. Al. «luily,
«I Williamsport, 6.
From Buffah
A
A. M.,
Lock Haven, Klmlru
, From New Y'ork.
A. M. 12.06, 12.16, 3.
.45, 4.88 1«).
, 6, 6.60, 7.36,
40.and 11.46 P. M.
I 12.46 A. M.
«1 Ijuubertville, arrive Kt-iiHtngYon Do
46, P. M. Sleeping-« ai
Broad,and Chestnut Streets,
«1 Market Streets.
Sunday, 7.40,8,10.4«*,
From Easton, l'hil
llpnburg
. M„ 4.66
had
*1 l)ep<»t, Thlrty-Nicom
The Union Transfer company
c fr«
1 information c
fOl
check Baggaij
Depo».
TICKET OFF1C
«1 Resiliences. Time
10 obtained
Hotels
! IS
the following
Street,
A Clusiluat,
Ferry
I No. sas Chestn
K v : J. S. E. cor. Br«
(No. 116 Market Htreet
FRANK THOM HON, General Manager.
1). M. BOYD. JR.. Gen. Passenger Agent
P hiladelphia, Wilmington &
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
HKriKXUKK 28, 1874.
i Wilmington aB follows, for :
Philadelphia und lute
9.30, 10.311. a. IU., 2, 4. 7.2«), 9.30, p. ui.
I'lilla.lciplilii an.I New York, 1.81 a.
<1 Intermciltate Stations, 12.69, 10.02
Bultuuoie and Washington, 18.58, 2.03,10.02, a. »».,
, 1.2.7, 8.20, 7.10 p. m.
alas for Delaware Di visum, leave for
New « astle, 6.00.10.10 a. tn., 1.20, 6.40, p. in.
Harrington aud Ini»rmediule Stations, 0.00, It). V«
Del mar
1
is will le
, 8.1»
Baltlnu
■L
1
I Interr >diate Stations, 6.00, 10.10 u.m.
VTKA1N8.
ter me« Hate Stations, 4.
<1 New Y'ork, 1.31 a. m.
«I Washington, 12.62.2.03 a. m.
For further information passenge
h posted at the depot.
11. F. KENNEY, Superinten«
I'lillailelphla am
l'hlla«lelplila
Baltimore
refei 1
the
• tal
marl 3-1 y
/ WANGE OP HOURS—WILMINGTON
«V WESTERN RAILROAD.—Commencing Mon
day, September 14th, 1874, Trains will
.
fol
Leave Wilmington I0.30 u
erg 6.46 a
WlllUtDgton 7 65 H.
I-anduuherg 12 .
('« )NNK(.TIONS. -At
U-ave Lun« le
Ar
«I 8.
I>
.1 « :
'llmlngton
I Delaware R. R. trains, at Ijtndenb. rg
\ Delaware Ituilrou«!.
P
, with P. W
B
Pe
Jy«y-tf
M aryland & Delaware rail
road.
, 1874,
DAVID CONNELL, 8upv
FALL ARRANGEMENT,
d after MONDAY, OCTOBER
Trains will
OOINO NOKTU.
«»
On
follows :
OOLNQ SOUTH
Leave
—— New Y'ork
9.15 Baltimore
Philadelphia
Wilmington
Leave
Easton,
Wooillan«!,
i. M.
. M.
11 .
l.'ör
8.80
Hillsboro'
Kldgely,
Gree
Goldslmro',
Henderson,
Marydcll,
Slaughters,
Kenton,
Arrive
Clayton,
HI.
P. M.
10.10 Clayton
l«*.2ft Kenton
10.40 slaughters
11.00 Maryd«»ll
11.15 Hernie
1.
,90
!
nldsborough
Greensboro"
11.45 Rlilgely
lllilHborongh
9.16
8,
«
Wilmington,
Philadelphia,
3.
B 1
f«.2fi Woodland
8.16 Arrive
10.25 Easton
3
Baltimore,
York.
N.
s.r
All freights must
the various stations
..least
tbirtv (3<i) minutes before starting of trains, othei
wise will lav over twenty-four (?4) hi
J. L CALDWELL,
Huperln tendent.
Easi
, October 12th, 1874.
JJ.mcUESTEU & DELAWARE li li.
TIME TABLE.
d aft«)r MONDAY, December 27th, 1873,
Freight C
on
Passonger trains, wl
until further notice,
ceptod
attached, will
follows, Sundays
Leave
Lea ro
A.M.
—9.30 Hcaford.
FetleralHburg
Aft
PM
Can.bridge,.
I.InkwiMHl..
East New Market...10.27 E _
Foderalsburg.li.oo Llnkwoôd .
Arrive ut Arrive at
Hcaford...11.40 Cambridge.*4.
This train makes close connection with trains on
th«» Delaware Railroad for al) pointa North and South
of boaford, au«l with Htea
from Baltimore.
9.10
10 .
Ne
arket
.3.4
'iAMis'M^MUR^&Y,
Huperintende* .
be on the platform au
hour before the schedul
Janl6-tf
N. B. - All rrelght
properly marked, half
time for the
's leavtug.
JgALTIMGRE & l'OTOMAC R. It.
NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON THROUGH
LINK.
ON AND AFTER HEPTKMBEU 88TH, 1874,
Trains will leave Wilmington In connection
; Baltimore * Potomac it. It., us follows :
Leave Wlliulugtou 9.08, A. M. Arrive Washington
6.13, A. M., i:lty time.
leave Wilmington 10.02, A.M. Arrive Washington
hi, r. M., city time. ^
Leave Wilmington 12.66 P. m. Arrive Wnahlngiou
4.03, P. M., city
Rktuknino :
■e Washington 9.23, A. M., city time. Arrive
ugtou 12.4c, p. m.
Washington
:.« .
A
1.«
U 6 82 P m 11.58 A. M. Arrive Wilmlng
p -
WUmlnglnn lïT"' *'• M " oltI Un " 1 - Am,e
Dical Trains leave Baltimore 7.00, and 8.60 ,
k «a i.'. i 40 » ö rkft « M- Arrive Washington
8.36, 10.40. A. M., 5.65, 9.26, ami 11.26 P. M.
Leave Washington s.iki, 11. - A . M., 8.40, 9.~, .
M. Arrive Baltimore 2.65, A. M., 1.26. 6.27, 11.90 P.
K. L. DunARUY,
Superintendent.
fei)98-tf
J.«
v.
Eli. s. YouNe, General Pass. Agt.
M A]iVI - N '' : »'OU LXVU( OIL, A VEUX
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