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Tir «J «f mu*'a! No, InAead!
Do
Or fold its bul Wssth lu «la
When lummer day! or. lone?
Do the greet ocean's surging
Tire of their ceaseless bast,
A! on the sandy shores they w»«h
The bright «hells to our fcot?
wavet
liai
Tired of Music! can yea ask?
, 'Thy. whet wAuM this world l*e
" sth no enchanting strains to fill
Our hearts with melody?
The murmurine breeses round
Here mullein their sigh.
And e'en the tiny woodland brook
Sings low e lullaby.
us now,
Take up a sea-shell, though for years
,,'■».rfrorn its native caves.
You 11 hear the murmur in iU heart
Of distant ocean waves.
Twonld leem it piled for heme again.
And keep the treasured song
That racked It iu iU infancy,
the ptarly sands among.
rh w n f"' 1 111 * "ot if tired I be;
My heart with joy ntns o'er,
*v nene'er I hear a soft, low strain,
I'd list forevermore.
•Nought else could give the heart's pure joy
riuch g exultant flow.
Or calm the stormy spirit down
_When freighted deap with woe.
A Revolt in a Harem.—T he short "ojourn
of the Shah of Persia la Moscow was marked
hy a striking change in hi* arrangements, for
his Ma jesty while In that city came to the deter
mination to send back to Teheran the four or
live Persian ladies who had traveled so far in
his household. It Is stated that during the jour
ney from Astrakhan to Moscow the Shah was
much occupied with the question of the proper
accommodation of these ladies, who traveled
under the title of servants. His Majesty tele
graphed to Moscow more than once upon the
subject, and, on learning that apartments iu
the palace had been prepared tor them, the
Bhab suddenly decided on their being placed
In a country bouse near Moscow. The ladles
hot relishing this isolation, sent a messenger
to the Shall complaining that they were not
suitably lodged. His Majesty was displeased
with his Miuisters.aud directed that the ladies
Should come to his palace, where he waited
till after their arrival before lie
the theatre. It appears that his
Wished to go also to the theatre, but the Shah
Would not permit It. On the next even
ing after His Majesty's second visit to the
ballet and to the ball at the hotel of Prince
polgoroukof, It is said that the ladies
loud in their complaints, probably because be
ing in Europe they expected to be allowed iu
«orne sort to follow European fashions. How
ever, the Shah determined to send them back,
end, dispite their tears and protestations, he
adhered to his determination, 10 that a few
hours before his Majesty left Moscow the la
ws started by railway for IMszan, en route for
Persia.
to
proceeded to
favorite wife
were
They have had a sensation at Charleston,
the capital of West Virginia. Tho entire po
lice force.co.isisting of a chief and sl£ raen.re
signed because a negro bad been elected to
the force, and the city was left entirely In
the charge of this single negro. The matter
was b-ought before the council, when it was
disrove ed that the police all along bad been
actlug without authority of law, as the new
constitution had change«! the mode of appoint
ment ami tenure of offlce.and the new provis
ion had never been carried out. The negro
policeman, it was also shown, had been elect
ed by secret ballot, whën the law required a
tica tore vote in such cases, and so he was not
a policeman either.
< H ESTEK WHITES v*. BEEKSHIRES.
Tlios. Wood, of Doe Kun, Cheater county
writes to lise Journal of the Paru as follows ,
In the fall of 1871, I procured two Rill blood
Berkshire pigs fro* a n*i ,hl vrtngSlalWof about
ten weeks old, apparently good and thrifty pigs,
lit a pen with these 1 placed two CheUer Whites
from a litter of my own air ck after several of the
best had Ljen sold out. The Chasten were a
I idle younger than the Berkshire*, bat all near
ly of a size. These pigs were fed together for
nearly six months, the Berkshire* being all the
time misters at the trough, and made free use
of the mastery in knocking the Chesters out of
Iheir way and iakiii" the lion's share of the
feed
The next Spring Ibe Chesteu were evidently
from 50 lo 75 lbs. each heavier than Ihn Berk
shir*a. 1 am entirely sa tie lied that the Berk«
shi es alo the most of the feed, as they always
rushed into the trough when slop was put in,
knocking the Chwiters round as if the whites
hqd no rights that the blacks were bound to re
spect.
Last year I fed a lot of L-'rkshires, Chesters
and mixed. When they came to the kniie I
could not see mach diflTerer.ee between the
( 'testera and halt-blood«, but the Berkshire*
ware considerably lighter for Iheir age Ulan the
others, and yet were always master of th« situa
tion and ravenous feed«». I obtained mj stock
of Berkshire* from New York and Maryland.
Ail to quality of th« meat, we are wow using
hams of both breeds, cured in the asm« tub, aad
liqd them both very good, th« Berkshire«
showing rather larger proportion of loan meat,
but I think a little dryer and hard« whan
cooked.
My opinion is limply that Ik« Btrkahirea do
not consuma Ivo« food lo weight of hog, nor
m4ke belter meat Ilian our native Chacun.
Mr. William Landing, engineer of the lo
coinotivo V, T '3omico, while coupling can a
few days since, at Crisfleld, received a severe
figcture of the left arm, below tho elbow.
* John L. Scott,who was triad in the Caroline
county C'lurt at the last term, for bigamy and
acquitted, thougli undoubtedly guilty, has ab
sconded, leaving behind him both wives.
sconded, leaving
Coal and Wood.
().*«. APPLSav.
YU0LIBALÊ AND RETAIL DEALER IN
COIL, WOOD, SAND Hi LIKE.
1ARD4,
SOUTH WILMINGTON.
A full stock of la»o and «moll COAL kept on
Look! Leek ! ■.»•K I
GREAT INDUCEMENTS IN. : C0AL.
a*Ml IF 11 m \
Guaranteed pure; 2210 lbs', to th* ton; wall
-"hi.>H
nd Tard: eorner Water and Wantsueata.
0« co a H
» »13-dl , -qp'il
C M * 6 ® °° Al -
V >r tala, à largo stoAk of Lahigh
Coal. Persons wishing to buy the gennia* Harleigh
and Excelsior Shnmokin coals will plaas*
expect
aver.
If
SOT
their ordera early as w* confldantly a
Coal wilfbSao'ßwTr enTaCy^higSer as th
son advances
j«|!-W
/"Y BORGE W. BU8H A BON _ _
I T Now offer tho Boat Uaalitiu ot LBHIOH
8CE YLKILL COAL at a Badaetioa of
Om Dollar par Tam.
an«fadU * ■ - Ilf«
and
mBBmaammmmssmgBKssaam
jfg §$9i$, jrtUM, tt.
WM. B. SRAJEtP.
No. 4 East Third Street,
OMOtd a full aaeortment ot
NSW AND SEASONABLE
DEY GOODS
Handsome Dress Fabrics, splendid qualUIas of
BLACK SILKS JAPANESE SILKS &c.
Alwiyt on haad a full gtoek of
MOURNING GOODS*
oftheleteet etrleeand aeet reliable mekee. A
line of
DOMESTIC GOODS,
At the lowest rates.
WM. B. SHARP 1
Is. 4 East Third «(reel,
WILMINGTON. DE
aert-lr
SPRING AND SUMMER
Q-OOIDS,
103 pieces of New Draia Good*, from 12MI«aaU
$2.50 a yard.
loo Ladle*' and Misses' Suits, from 12 to $25.
31 doien Ladles' Rid Glove*. at 75 cents, have
beau told at 11.00.
30 dotes Ladle«' 2 button Kid Glovet, 90 coûte.
78 Shawls, from $2.25 to $50.
FRINGES.
GIMPS
' BUTTONS,
tka latest nor el tie*.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN
220 Market Street.
209 NEW STORE I 209
SMITH & WEST,
909 VARkEIT MTREET.:
W E bava now opened a handsoma^and com
plete it«* of Inner and staple
DRY GOODS.
eomprit n* all the a aw sag design* aad moat reli
able makes. In our domestic goods w* have full
line* et the lowest rates, and we lotielt
nation ol our «took generally.
an exam 3
1TH1&; WEST
W4MI Marketetreet.
Jyl*
Delaware uarpet House,
309 Market Street, above Third Btreet
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Thaoheapaet plaoain the State o bur you
0A1PBTB, OIL CLOTHS, MATTIHQ8*
and WINDOW 8HADE84
AT
KBJSTItTr GREBE'S,
30B Market Btrecl.
N. B.— Rar Cup« t wov a to order
- otl^a^an d lowest market v»«»q
the ehorte
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'JHK HOLIDAY S BA SOM.
K BRINGHURST A CO.!
ajsortmen* or ustfal and faa.iv
Holiday Presents, eomprbiag
Have etas
suitable tor
Elegant CologaelSets,
Fancy Thermometer«.
Toilet Sets.
Fine Hair Brushaa,
Dressing Cue*.
Smelling Bottles,
Vase*.
Puff,Boxes apd Puffs.
Toilet Mirren.
Sachets:
DrtaalnffComb«'
scotch Plaid Goods, Fin* Perfumery, of Freuoh.
English and Amsrioan manufactura, with many
'"'WM Fo p . ttUr
Apothecariwa.
oorner 6th aadiMukat Sta-. Wilmimgton. Dal
artielaa
JOHN B OO DY
ICE CREA.M8,
CONFECTIONS, TOYS
ChlMrea'sCMcbes,
FIRE-WORKH
BASKETS, WOODEN WARE,
And a ganera
among.
eortmant of Staple and Fan
JOHN BODDY, .
No 411 MARKET STREET.
Opposite tho Guette Off,««,
stun. Del.
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GARRETT, KENT A CO.,
IMPORTER; AND MANUFACTURERS
agent, for
[RON,
roe
STEEL,
HARDWARE
ner
For
AND
COACH
MATERIAL,
Havethe
Largest Stock of Good« a the State
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la thairlina.
andlBestiAsaorted Stock la the Units« State*.
Wo*. 205 fc 207 ShlfUy k 21011212
Orange Streets, .
WILtflf.truN.
DEL.
ESTABLISHED 1897.
WeINTIRE Sc JAMES,
DEALERS INJ
BUILDING AND FANCT
HARDWARE,
CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
PAINTS, WlS f *MASS>\AC.
:also.
BOSENDALE CEMENT
M204 Market Street«
WILMINGTON
apr29-l
WM. GREEN & Co.
3
guoee-son to Pedriek.l Green A Co.,
Importer« and Healers in
IRON AND STEEL,
BITUMINOUS COAL, GALVANIZED
COACH-BUILDERS' HARDWARE
S. E CORNER OF
THIRD AND SHIPLEY NTS.,
IRON.
Jrc.
stave always on haul
a full assortment of
IRON AND STEEL,
; Beet braeda of Ameri
0 can Hammer* tARolled
b Bart, English Rellned
1 Bara of all tieea. Baud,
Hoop, and Slit Iron,
be* {Norway Nail Rode
d Auger Shapes, Gal
ulsedand Blaekehaat
Iron, Cast, Shear. Blis
ter German Swede.Spring, Tire Machinery, aad
Tap Steel.
Smith, Co
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ach. and othu Hirdwtr«-Horse Show
. su oa Nails, Borax, Bolts, Clips, Nats, Wail
Jalleable Castings, Wagon Boxes, Springs. Ax
pokes Felloe*. Shafts: Bows. Ae., Carriage Can
vaae,Oil Carpets Kattinett.KnameledTopand Dash
Leather, end Coach U erd ware of al I kinds; Iron W ire
Galvanised Nails, BabbitMetal.Lead.Spelter.Ban
e* Tin. Sheet Zine, A«., Grindstones. Tranks and
Rollers, Back Chains. Ac , Ae.
Smiths' and other Tool*—Anvlle, Vises Bellowe
Sled«**, Hammer*. Shoeing Knives, Fifes, Rasps
, Smiths' Drills, Tire Benders, Twere Iron«, Stocks
I aad Die*.
AH of which will h« seid at vary low prioea. who
ale and retail, for eash or approved credit.
March 2. 1867.—tin6»o
H
ers.
les.
Injutratitt eawwwua .
DELAWARE FIRE
INSURANCE UOtaPANY
No. 008 Market Btreet,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Charter Perpetual'
Incorporated 1826.
Iaiuranoa* for a term ot yeanjor
Perpetual Insurances at Greatly
Boduoed Kate«.
Losses promptly adjusted and paid.
Iaaure against tom .or damag« by I rajas law ae
any other company.
Î DIRECTORS;
■o. W.Sva««», Wn.Castv. Furots Bibbt.
•nwP.MoLnan. W«. H,Swirr, Wn.G.Giiaora.
*• TiT0 ">?Ki?M B cTN'ÄSS^.'
F. L. QiLrnr. Bae re t a rv._ wrff-H
Fan
THE MEN UAITLE OUÛNTV
MUTUAL 1NSDRANCR CONP'Y
Offloe:—INSTITUTE BUILDING,
INSURES AQaINOT FIRE
Honaao ind all other hinds of
Baildinga, with thmir o on fat m,
For pecWs ot Mm varying from three months to
a term ot years.
LLIAM TATNALL* 4
14ES BRADFORD.
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AM CANBY.'
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BOOK - BINDERS.
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURKBS.
No. «90 SHIPLEY STRUCT,
of*vary varinty.of ruling and
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UaUroad % law.
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TIME TABLE.
Taking ollect Monder. May 12tb, 1873.
Philadelphie and Vi esuington Express Trains ere
designated thus, 11 30*. New York end Wash
ington Bepreei Trains, thu. Ik 16*. The 13 U, m
train from Philadelphie connects for Fortreee Mon
roe end Norfolk.
On aeeeont of difference of time, traies leers Bal
timore by city time Ire minute, earlier than stated
bale«.
_ , SOUTHWARD.
Trains from Philadelphia will leara depot, cor
ner of lit pad street and W ashlngton avenues* fel
lows:
For »8th street. 7 00. 8 IS, 10 00, 10 It a. m . 12 30
260.3 30, 4 46. 8 30, 7 00.9 1% 11 46 p m.
Mt. Moriah. 7 00, 8 16, 10 00 10 45 e. in.. 12 10
230.3 30,4 45,6 30 7 00,9 15, 11 *5 p. m.
Bonneffon, 7 to, 8 15, low). 10*6 a. m.. 1230,
.. t> 2 *iî • 1 , 3u ' Li 5 ! 8 30, 7 Oj. 9 1ft, U 45 p. m.
Paschall. 700,8 15,10 00, 10 4» a. in., 12 30, 230,
2 30.3 30, 4
" Paschall. 700
3 30,4 45, 63u. 7 00, 9 T». 114» p in
" Darby, 7 00, »1», looo 104* am, 12 30,2 30. 3 30k
4 4o, 6 30, 7 00, 9 1», 11 4» p m.
* *"> '2 »ri/» I W, # 1", II 19 P HI.
" Sharon Mill. 700, 815, 10 00. 10 45 a m. 12 3»
2 30. 8 30, 4 4». 6 30, 7 00. 9 15.11 45 p m
" Glenoldeu, 7 00. »1», lUOo. 10 45, a
2 3U, 3 30. 4 45, « 30, 7 00, 9 15. 11 4» p in.
Moore's. 7 0v. 8 15. 10 00, 10 45 a in, 12 30, 2 30.
3 30,4 45.8 30.7 00.91», 1146 pm.
" Ridley Park. 7 00, 8 15, 8 30. loot), 10 44 a. m.,
12 30, 2 30, 3 30,4 45, a 15, « 30, 7 00. 9 1» 11 45
p. m.
•• Crum Lynne, 7 00 8 15,10 ro, jo 4» », ™ 12 30
.. „ 2 2 °' 5 ^ 30: ' 00, 915,1145 p m.
10*5 a m. 12 30. 2 30.
3 30, 4®, 4 30. 4 45. 5 la, 6 30. 7 OO. 9 15. U 30®
11 45 p in.
•• Lemakin. 7.8 15,8 30,10. 10 45 a m: 12 30. 2 30»
3 30.4 ».4 45. 5 16.6 30. TOO. 9 15,11 45 pm.
Thurlow, 8 30, 10 48 a m; .2 30. 3 3«. 5 15. 7 U0. 9 15,
m. 12 30.
p m.
•' Trainer'*. 10 45am; 2 30.330,4 15.7 00.915 pm.
IUtr> * ln: 2 l0 > 3». 6 *5- ?00.
7 >3, il ou* p n.
••ClaymontJ|30. 1045am; 2 30. 3 30. 5 15. TOO.
» »•% 11 «T p at.
Bellevue, 8 3o. lo 45 a a, 2 30,3 33.5 IS. 7 00. 915
p ai.
" Wilmington, 3 30, 10 45am; 1215®. 2 30. 3 30.4*.
5 16 7 uo. 9 15. 11 30® ' w w '
■' Newport, 8 30 am; 4*
" Stanton, 8 a) a m; 1® p -o.
" Newark. 8 30 a m; 4®, 11 30® p m.
Elktoo, 8 30 a m; 4*. 11 30* p m.
' N orth East, 8 30 a m; 4*. il 30' p tu.
Charieatown. 8 30 a m; 4' p m.
Principio, 8 30 a m.
P m.
a* m.
" Perry ville. 8 30 a m; 12 15®. 4*. 11 SO* p m.
A.. Havre-de-Grace, 8 30 a m; 12 15*, 4*. 11 3o*.p
Abaideen. 8 30 a m. 4°. 11 30* p m.
Percy minevilia, 830 a m; 4*. 11 30* p m
hdgewood. 8 30 a m. 4®. 11 3J* p m.
Magnolia. 8 30 a m; 4®. 113u° p m.
UhaseV, s 30 a m ; 4® p m.
H" Stemmer « Run. 8 30,4° » m.
" Baltimore, 8 30 a m; 12 15®. 4*. 11 30» p m. *
_ , „ NORTHWARD.
Trains for Philadelphia will laara »e follows:
From Bsltimore, 7 30. 940° a m; 2 55°. 7 30®. 10 45*
p m.
■' Stammer's Run, 7 57 a m.
" Chase's, 8 08 a m.. 3 32® p m.
'* Magnolia, 8 22 a m; 3 43®, 8 17° p m.
" Edgewood, 8 27 a m; 3 47° p m.
•' Perrymsnsville, 8 39 a m; 3 59', 8 35* p m.
" Aberdeen. 8 46 a m; 8 43° p m.
" Harra de -Groce, 12 07", 8 67. 11 00°'am; 4 17°.
8 53° pm
" Perryvillo, 1216®, 9 06. 1115° a m; 4 28°. 3 03°
p m.
" Princlpio, 914 am.
Charlestown, 9 A) a m; 915° p in,
" North Kost, 9 28 a m: 4 45*. 9 21° p m.
" Ëlkton, 9 41 a m: 4 .59* 9 34* p m.
" Newark, 9 55 a m; 5 13°, 9 45* p m.
•' Stanton. 10 08 a m; 9 59* p m.
'• Newport. 1011am; 10 Oi° pm.
''Wilmington. 135®, 6 45. 6 50, 8 10. 10 30 am..
12 30*. 2 00. 4 00.5 50®. 7 15, 10 26° p m.
" Bellevue, 6 »7, 7 09, 8 22,10 4° a m; 2 12. 4 12, 7127
P m. ,
" Claymont, 7 #5. 7 24. 8 30, 10 50 a m; 2 20, 4 2«
7 3», 1042* pm.
" Llnwood. 712. 7 33, 8 37. 10 56 a m 2 27, 4 26,
741. 1046®pm.
" Trainer's. 7 li. 735,3 39 a m: 2 29,(4 28 Saturdays
only)743 pm.
'' Thurlow, 7 17, 7 41,8 4ili 01 a in; 2 32,132,7 47
pm.
•' L uookin. 5 45, 7 20.7 44. 8 25. 8 45, 9 1\ 11 04 a m;
1 1». 1 45. 2 35. 4 35, 5 30, 6 SO, 750. 9 00 p m.
•' Chester. 5 48. 7 23,7 *8. 8 29. 8 48, 9 18. 1107
1UB. 1 48,2.38,4 38, 533, 619*. «33,763. 9«3.
1016° p m.
'* Crum Lynne, 5 54, 7 29, 7 54.9 24 a m.. 2.44,
5-?9,6 39.7.59,9 09pm.
•'Bldley Park. .6 67, 7 32,7 57,8 36, 9 27, 1116a m.,,
1 10. 157,2 47,4 47. 5 *2, 6 *2. 8 02. 9 12. 11 04
p m.
" Moore's. « W,7 35, S 00, 93» a m ,2 00. * 50, 5 46.
6 45,8 05, 9 1» p m
" Glenolden, 6 03. 7 38.8 03,9 33 a m„ 115, 2 03,
2 53. 4 52. 5 48, 6 48. 8 04, 9 18 p m.
" Sharon Uill. 6 ort, 7 41. 8 06. 9 36 a m„ 1 13. 2 0«,
2 5«, * 55. 5 M. 6 61.8 11. 9 21 p m.
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" Duby. 6 Oik 7 44. 8 09.9 07.9 39 a m„ 1 21, 2 09,
2 69.456,5 54.654.8 1 4 9 24 pm.
" Paichsll.6 11.7 46, 8 H. 8 45. 9 41, JJ 27
1 23,2 11. 3 01. 5 91. 5 »6. 6 5«, 8 16 8 26 p m
•' Bonneffon, 6 13. 7 48. 2 1 3, Hi a m.. 213, 3 03.
5 58, « 58.8 1»; » 28 p m.
"Mt. Moriah. «15. 7 »0.8 15, 9 45 am.,
6 00,7 U0, 8 20. 9 30 p m.
" 58th «treet. 617,7 5i 8 17. 9 47. 11 31 a iu.. 217,
3 07.6 0;. 7 02. 8 23,9 32
PORT DEPOSIT BRANCH
Trane frem Port Deposit will tears, as follows:
f or Perryrille.6 3O.830. li Warn; 2mA 3 la. 5 50 p m
or Havr*-de-Grac* and Baltimore. 6 30, H 00 a m:
2 00.5 50 p m.
For Baltimore and way stations, 6 30, U 00 a m; 5 50
p m.
Trains for Port Deposit will leave as follows;
From Baltimore, stopping at all way stations, 7 30
a m; 506 p m.
From Baltimore, «topping cnly at Harr*-d«-Grace
and Parryville. 9 »0 a m.
From Baltimore, stopping only at Chase's. Magno
lia. Edgewood. Perrymonsville, tlavre-da
Graoa and Perry Till«, 2 55 p m.
From ParryviUe. 7 30,906« U 2* a em 2 30. 4 25. T 00
«Mihail 25
a m .
21*. CO*.
l> xn.
a m; 2 30 and 7 OO p m trains from
Parryville connect at taat place with trains from
Philadelphia.
DELAWARE DIVISION.
Trains from Philadelphia will leave a* fallows:
For Stations ou Delaware Division aad ail eonnae
tions. 8 30 a m.
ForSaaford and way stations, aonnaettng at Clay
ton for Smyrna and at Townsend with Gneon
Anns'* and Kent Railroad for all station«. 515
P m.
For Delmar and way stations 8 $9 a m; 11 30 p m.
SA-The 1215° p m train from Philadelphia also
ooaoae's at Wilmlngtju with*train far Xiv Castle.
Train« lor Philadelphia leave as follows
From Wilminaton. connecting with Deiawar* Di
vision train from riealord and way «Larisas,
with Smyrna train at Clayton; and, milk Kent
County trtins at Tow, «end, 1030 am.
For Wilmington, ronneetlng with iraflKl
etationa on Delaware Division add ill eon
nactions. 4 00 p m.
For WiluuretoB. oonoecting with trninl from Del
phila" and'bawT^SnV^l 1 ' Railroad,
Stopping at ail station, on Chester Creek and Phil
lalphla and Baltimarw Central Railroad«.
Trains irom Philadelphia will leave as follow:
For Port Dcpoait. INam. 49>pm.
For Oxford. ? 00, a m: 1 ». « 30 p m. (3 p m Wed
nesdays and Saturdays.)
For Cbndd's Ford. 7 00,100U am; 430,630pm; (3 30
p m Wednesdays end Saturdays.)
Traie* for Philadelphia will I «ovo as fallows:
Frem Port Deposit, 9 A> a m. 4 25 p m.
From Oxford. 6 10,10 30 a iu: 5 A) pm.
From Ch.dd'a Ford, 7 29.1153 a m; 4 20, « 48 p m.
gVTh*6 45 a m and i 00 n m trains from Wil
mington connect at L amok in with trains from
Phn'aaclpoia for th* Philadelphia and Baltimore
Central Railroad.
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ml
SUNDAY TRAINS
SUNDAY TRAINS
Ho trains will be run on duaday «xo.pt thu*
■amed below:
Trains from Philadelphia will leave as follows:
For Lauioktn and latermadiaU Stations 1 99 p m.
For Wilmington and way etaiione.890 a m, 915 ,■ m
For BtMawt, stopping at the principal stations.
Trains for Philadelphia will las vans follow«:
ram Lamohia and I alarmed leto Station«. 9161
supping at way stations. ;
«39 pm.
ÏÜWr^T
P , ilo«SWi 1 \fo.'K LM, "° TO ®
SPECIAL NOTICE.
On and altar WEDNESDAY. Ontohar lath.
"■fiSfriln will Stop at BtoMoaa aa foUowa. whan
gj Se^ftl'SÄ2^S
i BALTI
m
p-m
»■
Philadelphia, Wilmington and
Baltimore Railroad.
Delawara DlyUlon Time Tabla.
SPRING ARRANUKMEMT.
■■B. JP,° *»" »««T MONDAY. April ait
HKlR (bandars oxcopted.; IrLa. «,"]
m rouowa ;
loiWfAip, Paittnç^r.
Mix*
A. M.
11.00
P
luru
P.M

Sea ford.
Briai.rill.
Greenwood '
Farmington
H.rriogtoo.
t itNbuy,
oodstd*.
yotuioe.
Payer.
Moarton
Brenford
2 4 i
A.If.
212
• . I
3 41
6 48
1LM
4 20
12. b
4 40
7 IS
1U6
4M
7 2s
12 do
6 20
7 3f.
12 SJ
6 42

12 87
6 40
8
I Ol
5 56
114
610
ill
las
«23
814
137
»>4i
• 21
«
6 43
rimy re a.
Clayten.
4.06
1 35
154
«56
Green ripring.
Blackbird.
Townsend.
Middletown,
Mt. Pleasant,
Kirkwood,
Rodney,
Bear,
etaie Road.
New Castle. 9 5n
Wilns'gtoo,arrive lu 16
Philadel phi a.arrirel 1.46
P.M.
Baltimore, arrive 1 06
eonrnwaao. /'o»n<tr.
S 31
2 (S'
7 02
*41
212
7 12
*tl
220
7 18
SO'
223
7 39
919
249
7 52
9 2"
3 OU
8 t«
8 06
9 41
3 1 .-.
9 46
3 311
3 33
8 37
3
9 00
5 25
11 30
A.M.
no
3 50
PiMwagvr,
MU*,
r. a.
11.80
a.u
r.m
Philadelphia..
Baltimore.
WiloiiDiitoa
N.r astle
State Koai,
I M
5uC
7 26
7 30
1010
lo :*■>
10 35
10 4
AO 50
10 57
11C7
il-«
11 31
11 39
6 25
1255
6 45
180
•. v
Boar.
Rojut-y,
7 00
7 06
Ktrkwcc2
Ö t. Plea*,an 1
iddletowu
Towiueod,
Blackbird,
Grace Spring,
Clayton, 1155
Smyrna, (arrival 1210
Breoiord,
Moor ton,
Dover.
Wy mine.
Wood Aide.
Canterbury,
Keltoo.
Harrington,
Farminsto-A,
Greenwood,
Brxlgeviila
Saafnrd,
Laurel,
713
7 a;
7 44
2 24
7 54
2 38
8oo
I 48
8 I «
« 14
306
- 1.1
1201
8 19
1219
12 21
12 32
12 4»
12 45
12 '0
8 O'.
s ; •
I
8 44
3 42
AM
St«
9 09
4C9
117
9 18
*1?
115
• -V
4 61
Ini
> >
5 06
1ST
9 46
a"'
1 5»
10 0J
5 47
2 12
«11
D x'hTii
will mn miuMt to dtlin bd
d«at to treifht basmoas, Mad will atop only at at*>
tiona whero time in MIT 0B.
NEW CASTLB TRAINS.
Nm Cattle for Wilmington aad PMaiIaI
at J. 40 AM. Leave Philadelphia a! ?15 PM^and
Wilmington nt 1255 P. M.. for New cJtl* ** "
SMYRNA BRANCH TRAINS
Additional to those .hove.uSvi"myrnL f« ci„
ton l(jO a. m., and 7A5 p. m., LeSreîîaîL» * 7 "
Smyrna «.40 a. m.. «id LOOT! mTÎS mSî^?nn^
Uonwnh trains to and frem Dov.rTÎÎI
CONNECTIONS.
for
,
w■ ■ ... -———
wiimimgten MDd Western R R.
m.,, TIRE TABLE
o *"■**'•
S PRING AR RANGEMENT.
'MCT3 Commencin* April 7tk,
l^^^^^MrSM^^3MËtr*ia* will run os follows:
H**® '>®'0f«oo . 00, 10 40 a m. and 535 pm.
V»».v Landenberg 0 4o. lo ii a m and t 50 p m.
Arriva at Wilmington 1 g a m. 1 do and 5 09 p m.
Arriva at Landenberg 9 20 11 57 a m and 7 00 p m.
« . ** ' EC ilUNa—ipiin.d iMFini ^ilminnon n
10 40 a m with tram leaving Philadelphia at 8 30 a
m; Ba tune»* at. 3d a m. aad Delaware R R trains
arriving at 1015 a. m
Train« leaving Wjjminatan at
with train leaving PnilsAlakU
Train arriving at Wilmiagt
train Philadelphia at 8 10 a m.
rJpvi",TliM* V^ 1 '" in » t<>a «'»»with train
n>r Phiiadel|>htR At 2 00 p m.
Train arriving at Wilmington at 500 p m wi'h
tr *i?. f,r and Woehinston at 5 17 pm:
with tram tor Philadelphia and New York >t 6 50
p m. aui witk Delaware K R train, at 6 25 n m
r SUNDAY TRAINS,
Le iva W itminatoD 1 00 and till pm
Leave Laudenberg 8 15 a m.. aad 4 43 r m
Arrive JVilmingtoa 9 3» a m.. aad 610 p m
Arrive Landeberg 217 p m.. end 7 47 p m
Trains arriving iu Wilmington at 6 oo p m
neec with train for Philadelphia at 6 3u p m
Omnibus connection« between W. »od W. and P
W. and B- Depots, and ear« of the Wilmington City*
Da VXD CONNELL. Supt.
AP4-w
At TOWNSEND, with theKeat County and Qu
Anne'« A Kent Railroad«.
^LAYTON.with the Maryland and Delaware
A *,5ta?Rfuroid. 51, 9ith th,Jan8tion » Bd »"ak -
A ^AFO R l> with the Dorcheeter and Delaware
At DELMAR, with the Eastern Shore Railroad
and Mieomieo aad Pocomok* Railroad.
_ _ Jj. KKNNBY.
At
_Sort.
Pblladelpbm, Wilmington and Bal
timore Railroad.
DELAWARE DIVISION.
I MPORTANT NOTH E—On and after Monday
April .l«t. 1873, a Passenger Train will leara Sea
oird at b..8> a. m. for 1 bilauelphia, Baltimore and
ntermediate station*.
! The 6.25
del phi
fonlT
p. m tr&m from Wilminrton with Pbila
a Haitimor« connection will mo to Sea
Amuin« a : Ivhä) p. m. Makinc three daily
Irai a n to and from dealord.
On and a fear the above date thia Company will Jij
rontiune runmna fhe early morning and eranina
traiBN between lAlfnrd And Harnn«tT»n eT#nin *
1 n. F. KE.VNKT. Sup't.
09,
03.
m
m:
50
30
.
>' J»*
J PM. to un 90 ts
7 üô A m, with
nt
at
WILMINGTON AND KfcADING R R
Winter Arrangement.
On »■« altar Mamdav. December S,
„Passengar Trains will run as foUaws :
TRAINS Nos. 2. ,. 6.
v „ „ A *"•»*• A.M.
Laava Reading at 7 40 4 66
" Hires boro', 210 4 35
" Coateivillo. 9 4.5 6 34 3 »
" Chedd s F d. IU 55 7» 730
Arr at Wilm'gton. U 45 8 15 * 15
Tnaina Ltava Nwnwiu:
Not. 1. 1 s.
A. a. P. M. P MJ
L'va Wilmiagtoa a 630 ' 3 u0 * 5 O' 4
" Chadd's Ford. 7 26 3 50 6 60
" Coe; es ville, «16 4 50 7 00
Arr at Btrdbora',
** Head,nr.
»
TRAINS
9 '.n
6 35
l'
715
CONNECTIONS,
At Wilmington, with treia* to Philadelphia aad
Baltimore, sod with Delaware Railroad trains.—
Noe. 2 aad 3 make direct eonaeetioas with treia« to
and from Washington.
At Chaddaford. trains No*, t. 2.3 end 3 for Phile
JylPhiBj Noe. 4 and & with train« tor Philadelphia.
Train. Noe. 1.5 aad« with trains for Port Deposit.
At Conteevt I«. nil trains connue! with trains 1er
Philadelphia nod Harrisburg. Trains No*, i and 1
mako direct coaneetion with train« to and from
PmlalelphU.
At Birdsboro'. Inis* 1 and 3 connect northward
end southward wuh Philadelphia aad Beading
Railroad, end 2 and 4 with southward hound trains.
Train No. 4 connects with train from Philadelphia.
Goaoral Sai£uu£d£t
rja,v
THE PUBLIC.
The Wilmington and Roadiag Baitread Com
pany have completed arrangamenu to earry Moaay
■—
Alan, to Ml poiaU on tho Philadelphia and Bm3
frgtowo. Mahoaay City, Mt. Chrmal. Norristown.
Far forikar informal ion apply nl th* Dwt enr
naraff Free» and Madisnastreets, wumiagua.
gj taai^osr^
delivering agonis, will reooivo prompt attmUm.
••A-tf GaaT Sa.'t W. A ei. B. R^jn.
nUNHW
STEAM FREIGHT! LINE
Laava* <M wharf ahova Che
phla. daily at 5 p. m.. and Fr
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