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(•'rand moth or® r ^
They ben* nil . in
They let
Ami don't "• my about education.
I'm «uro I cn
What a I* »
Forni'pl«*«. .
Without a kr.<i
<lrnn<linother n
To lot boy« ha'
Sotnn it« es they
'Tother way when a box nanti
ni^e folk - :
it.«*
•reatton.
« ho like«.
i
n't *ee it nt nil,
er «•
1.1,1.»
,1 rake,
I her or two.
■uk
softly to
gond lim«* :
II xvhi ■»[•«'
I.,. 1 ii.il*.
tiraiuluiother-; hive mntli. -
And pics. » x7lio|o ro
I »r t«*a.
tho *ulln'
And they nro n^t (if they knoxv it i*. time. 1
To inuko chicken-pie tor a •Trllpr."
And if he is bud now and thou.
And tutkel livrent. rackntiuKnot v.
They only look overtheir spec«,
And Buy, "Ab, those bo}* will be boy-. 1
"Life is only «hört nt the be-1,
Let th- 1 cbildret) be I. t lay,'
Thon they look f<*v a while at the *ky.
And tho hills that are tar, tar uwhv
iipht eomei on,
u rand mo th-.-rs tugs hymns vor y low
To then«-elves mi they rork by tho I re.
About heaven and xvhen they «»hall % .
i>l>!n«r to think,
*ii I to often r.s t
And thru, a >»ov
hot
Will 1 * 11 • t
ill ei»!»,« nt tho I .'a - :
Tokn.Mv
hit
I r Oran 1
•liter I :ill huvo to di
!«i t.iy h« ro and
1 wiih thrv
k ..r :» >•«>'
Son.o box d I
Such h 1
Up Uiko r Hockat. Down Lika n'
buck.
T'hn oiioo famou.4 Jny • 'ool.c Iru, now turiiPd
up la bin trau colors mid real chamclor. lie
ha» becoaie tho must infamous tho most noto
sinus charlatan, moral auri linancial, that tins
any other country ever produced. We do
ty history tu show I ii equal as a tlniroiiKli-pa
oed ro«uo und pig headed flnaneier. The
debts at his policy-shop foot up some nineteen
million of dollars, aim ns it now appers, lie ,
uor his raßslcalius paitnors have been worth 1
a dollar in years An examination into the j
affairs of that concern shows that its liead,.'aj
< ooke, has ever been a most stupid and bum-,
dering executive. 1 le scattered his banking!
capital among the mo.t irresponsible ol bor
All his investments turned out the
most injudicious possible. When ho built his .
castle near Philadelphia, to whieli he gave
the rediculous name of Ogontx, he was proba
bly not worth the sum of a million and a quar-.
ter that tho castle cost ; and at the close ol i
the war, alter all tho tremendous splurge the
ürm had made, lie is said to have accumulated
only a coupleoi millions which ho lost Iietore
he took the agency ol tho Nortnein 1 aeitu . ,
At that date ho was a bankrupt, l'oraoou
oern tliftt ma lo 80 big a lloil!isli as the " Kolli*
child» of America." they have collapsed into
a compass ridiculously small ami the j
and professional trappings which surrounded :
him and his assooiati*s lip to a few short
months a^o, now that tho sun-li«ht of rual |
itv has been allowed to stria; upon them,,
are seen to be simply tho dirty l opes ^ ntl I
bodaubtsi canvas of ^v-li^ht theatrical splon- !
>.
ight
c Im tlttir praym i ever
re than othen l «'pu-:e
•1er 1 ul «ighte
lie
or
rower«.
dor
It must long since have dru» k tho philoso*.
pliical observers that so startling an amount ot |
"bogus"—bogus political, bogus religious, bo-j
gus moral, bogus fiuaueial—was never before (
fused into one dirty, poisonous amalgamation
called "a Republican political party," since j
mankind were civilized, and "governments"
There are certain emtious
were instituted.
in nature which seem to invite tho "dry rot
f air-looking stiucturcs, externally, are at
tacked with this "dry rot," and keep decay
ing, Internally, till there is nothing but a shell
lefr, when all at once tho whole fabric goes to
powder aud the wonder is how it could have
stood so long. The " moral" patty of lSOO
lias the dry rot badly. Iu very nature is to
breed decay. It not only has within Itself the
elements of rottenness, but it seems to invite
cry outside agent of destruction, moral aud
physical, to burrow and home itselt wiuiint
its crumbling shell. -JKijj Ilot!*.
e\
r i non^
I NTEKESTS
CLOTHING
ill liCJI.t V f
LOOK TO VOL 1 U
S1 ' L H N i ) 11 »
Ai
FOU i .l • I'I V.A.S XV KAU.
.4 i»S»..**î! »14» %».
* i'* .i itiii « r n ruri:r,
Dnalor tit
H l
HTilP oil'.
MtiN's,
audHENTLKMEN i H I. M . H 1 N'l (IDt)üS,
Wo would Ua •) if to he «i • - 1 i • * t v u
that thi' hou«e h»« been out
twenty ftv«
tnora acr
e.i
tho
• urstood c»*il
n.r u
Inch
. i taster ex;
ne».t
r
1
c
fitly ot mi. t'i>
I,i3 tact that
admiration and patronage ot
luder hu h»*u« taud straightl
mrtuy ol their support. \
•hantnaud tmochanlcj that
d Kuc-rantco
•to
pen
id
fttl
k I
! II.
Oil
r.itwiplc t
la
• teiilin^
good
!
•I
(l.dactiml.
t«»«uit their t
both our Cl«l
durixblo
ods .iro cheap,
d CuruisUm.
U'UuUli.l.
1
Ju EPii ROW. .«to Market street.
Fourth.>Vil.. Del
Ono di-or 1»« toxv _
Aojyv.ln* VS b. Sharp*« Diy tiuodn lb
J. K. MÜHLHAUSEN,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR
i
a
WT K K IU
NO. -Hi"» !» 1 N 44
(
«n viNOîiis. nKL.T
A largo and hand*.»» nS2
of
•rti
jjii,
l.Hft'iniiT*', Uoillx iillll Vl'SlillSX
iis
d Ktiios.
Give mo a call
Fit and «utisU Uio i
. «r in
j, w28LEY CANARY,
FASHIONAlMiK CLOTHIER
1
-
EXi EES! OK CLOTHING l* ALL,
St*. 44)41 Market Hfreel, WIlmliiBloai
id a large
id well
Keeps constantly on h
lected «took of f ^
SMen's. Youth's ami Boys' Clothing,.
Which willho sold a» low »» 'ho IowmI. ;
UjMjf"- JoHxT.Dtr.^
tlivo
1
X EORGK 11. ASH,
(
' MERCHAMT TAILOR
I

•Jll MA HIC ET STREET, (ieyuud story id
_Morrow . BuildiMG
w ILMINUTON. DELAW ARE. !
A full «ortni.ntofCLOTII3.0ASSIMERKS.ud
YEBTINGB oonatantly on band hpi-u
(JKOKUK MoCAl.L,
MerolinntWTailor.
No 121 Miu-kot St., Wilmington, Del.
j, 11 »Ting .id in hi» «.'ire !
CLO LT1.-5 CASbIMKKFf* and VR8TINGH. J
IfJl u oW i-rci uroil to «ccomn»o*l»te U»l oustorn
-ik.ers.nd the public reuernlly with «arment»,
which, tor neutu«.* ut tit und hiusli, eannut Im ex I
c.lj«dby»nyh«ij»ointh«city. Wla 8 wift. ;
lleviQK »cured the. »eriues "l, Mr. wiudwii ,
one of th,.best curlers in ihocuuntry. he to,U in
«dent of«ivms MiiaUeUoa tn ;>>' "V 1
mm with their batronexo. Setict.Jtion «n»ranr
wed.
fJIRAPPERS. Don't forttet QUAY'S want»; it i, to
join lcterot.
Stardwnrr anti ^«arhlwcrtt.
GARRETT, KENT & CO.
i mi* jut.:
AN'') M ANIIFA4JTITIIKK H
AUKNTV. FOR
IRON,
STEEI
HARDWARE
of
COACH MATERIAL,
Harr the
I.ardvvt Mt>»i*U of tvoiiriti
n tlm Ml »to
in tticir iu.o.
anlUl
it .Assorted f'l. » k i;
the l iiitr«( Mates.
N03. toö k '101 Shipley t 210 it 212
Orange Streets,
" " MINOTON tif L.
^ -Xt *4 * l'-< l'vïXj *V <„'o.
!£Y*I J»t »* IMI -.7111*1.Kt SI'S.,
' {' _
v, f
i
Tap sten.
smith. Coach,and other lT».lwer«— Durs* Snoe
^ «5.Ä
, j ej , f g po ke« IVlIfn. >haftjs; How«, A.'..CarriageC«n
va.-s.oil C;»rj»on K.utinett. Kr«BuieledTop«nd Da«h
Leather,amiCuru*h llardwaroolall kind*; Iron Wire
Omlv^Ue.l JN ail».«»UI m *A lwtwl.Uemd.JSg'wItwr.B
j Koller«, Back Chnli'.. ic*. ac
: (jualttis* and other Tuol.s-Anvils, Vice« litllow».
SlefiK«.«, Hammers, Shoeing Knive*, t fej, Kaii«»j
| buiitha' Drills. Tire Uendera. Twere lro«*», Stock*
î?, J: f will be •
I e and retail, for ea*h or
! r( .h 2. I8b7.—tin»>Mo
Pffdriek. (ir.)on .1 Co..
•on «or« t.
and I >« ul* r*
Imporiur*»
IRON AND STEEI
Bin MINOUS COAL. ilALVAN'rZKD I HON.
i'll \i'll til ll.DKKV UAltDWAKK ».-.
b. E COKNivK OF
Have atway.4 on an
n full assortment ot
IKON AND STKKL,
■ ft \ x v ll6Rt brard« c»t Ameri
. r.vn Hämmere \ A Killed
liar*, Knglitih Krtiued
Kara of all «ize«, Kind,
N lloop, and Mil lr<«u.
he« (Norway Nail Kodi
d Au^er f-hape«, il'»l
t and ItlaeL »heel
Iron, Cast, Shnar, Kiis
Mui'hiaery. aud
V t;
\
Til
SxTCtle.Spring.
Ur 4L
» 1.1
erf l.i
r jv-» l
r»l ;
diefen
|
(
j
ifiocfcs. amttt» .
WATCHKA A.XIt J ËtUd.lt l.
(
is.:
,
and Weru Chain*
anv m
c. !• m si i.»
>4T I« E ti.'T
M \ W Iv K T*
W.iLMIMJTON. W!b
; r- .
a< .J i: W K L K V , PLaTTL» W AU
CLUCKS K LU A H D b F.SS
.-ni
! :
t the fltock.
to cl.
Wgtfho«, (fold Vest, be.intio
thi
ti p
Jeweler tn Wdmtngton.
*** i'lo;v< » call an l «ee the price«,
prorufflv attende-! to._
ITAa. WAK ilbH, MJK KS und
Kepairiiia
♦plu.
jkw s
Ai CSo. 15 East Fourth utrast
WlLMlNtf IV»N. 1»KL .
ttiîâiGû
»l**r«igned would ro.<i»ee:
tully call tue ttttenti»»aof luJsci
_and geutleuien to h is une assort
vx h te u «a. Clock«, Jewelry, Silver
h», h is entirely new anti
approved etylen. II« a
The
d Pittt
brac
e.i Wi
tho latHi-t *i. l uu<
c»*il Hff«nti-»n to h
. nil »
-,pu
rer Watch, whica
1
tmth iu liana and h»r correct
cat of ciook«, jewelry
d assort
ne».t ot time. A „
d »liver an»l plated ware ul way« on Uuud. atlow
ug guaranteed a« rep
ptly aad
I'-l.
1 ngurei». Kvery
c KopwlniiK <*f * il kiu'ia pm
uuiy torute.
public pu:rouage r«j
i»tl> doue
Oil
vectiully «ulicite i.
j CLAY TUN MA
Sv. id ti. ti
3cl ii\
;th i» treat.
o.ddsti
•I
PHKSTON ATARS,
PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER
ai*I dealer in
FiSli AiUiUi.Aii AND sXVI^i XVATCUKS.
CLI ii'KS, J FXV KLUY. SPECTACLES. ET E
UI.ASsK.-, SlCVKH MAKE, A»'..
404 King St. WilmlnKton. Del.
I'.rtu'ul.ir »Iientinii pai.t to r.|ialrlug in al!
it.H hrancht*«: ald.x, changing «pectaele gla.-sea. Has
a good ajournent i»t glasse» oonstantljr on hand,
iho oubli.' ure cordially invited to call and ex
IJjoutly
(
and learn my prices.
amine m st'
GEORGE JACK
«t.
Hör» Mni'kol
IN«».
WATCHES JEWELRY, AC.,«
— » KPEi'f ATLEd A KYB GLASSES—
^Ky^tStGill'ii SI1.VEH AND KFBBKR
FRAMES.
XVet'Uim I tom
|i«culUriiy ul luq.
1 oaao guurantcn »mi.taotiun.
- art. Bin'll Ibal wo can tiAnn »law.o» in
my »bai'o Irani« to »nit theo.ltoinor iu a tow buur.
N.B.-F l r»t »torn above Tbk, I «tr««t.
Kenairina in all it» branon»»
experience t>> suit every
,,,l vision, :iud in every
mir tucilitHM
^
tlivo ,nui'KFl strewl, 401
BENJ. «. CLARK.
A full ansnitti'iit of »nnerinr
1
I Clocks. Watchos.'Jewelrv & Spectacles
Constantly on hknd and for »alo at me lowest inar
• U et rate*. Parti«« I irand personal attention g»>en
to Repairing uoy article iu the ubove line.
f Spectacle» constantly on
the Celebrated Diamond
marU»
id
A fine .»anrt«*nl
! l;(u ,d, »nd sole »,»ut tor
H r CRlITfHPH M n
■ L. jHl I Lntn. l"l« D»
Del. Opyont .' Ihr llaptmt Church,
!
J
_ (£f LAND'S E ATRAC I OF MALT,
ex I |j
wift. ; Very bonehci.1 ■» . nutritive t..n ie. »nd for laciU
, A pecior.tion und »nothin* iiiuimu» irrit.
in J- .UU^I,». Brutichiti». ante thront und other
nBecti"u» ut the thruet end I uu <tft.lt i» much n.ed
,„ r (j.d Li«er Oil. AHo. Hoff's
Miilt Extract forsale by
302 Dtilawaro Avenue,
H LLM INGffliN
E.BKtNGHURST A CO.,
Corner Sixth and Market ilmtl.
i, to
DRY GOODS.
WM. B. SHARP.
Cor. 4th and Market Sts., j
opened a full ««sortaient ot
NKW AND SEASONABLE
DB Y GOODS,
train
! run
i
1
I ner
Handsorr.e Drew FubriM.'eulendid qunlilie« ol
BUCK SILKS JAPANESE SILKS. &c.
Alvayi on hamd % füll ito*k of
MOURNING GOODS.
of the latut ltd«« aail nnit re'labla make«. A
Hat of
DOMESTIC GOODS,
At the 0He*t rito.«.
WM. B. SHARP
i
Sm. :î1 h 4lh and SarkH .Hie,
WILMINOTON.DKL
»10-187 :
®*2 U(X) OF 1
LADIES' & MISSES' FURS,
VC PAN ff* PRICES.
I '
.
Choice Hood* at Panic Price-. •
nuKss noons, blankets.
»SHAWLS. CLOAKS
nail OAS8IMEKKS,
U ciicut..*iio-tiall of last year'» price», a:
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN S
326 Market Street.
WII.MIXilTi'V.
Delaware uarpet House
309 Market Street, above Thin) Street
WILMINdTON. DKL.
inihaStat« o buy y o«r
OARPETS. OIL CLOTHS. MATTINGS
»ml WINDOW 8HADE8.:
Th a.'heat« 01 pi
AT
VCKM-Xt^sr aREBE'S,
»UM market Mtrtti«
Ki'»t Carpet woven to order at the .shortest
unice, and luwtMt market reg** WI5-W
PaPOMa,
Prepared Iroin Wheal. &q ei.'eilen t en ici« ot food
for infant« and invalid«. AL10, iluobel'« lbepared
Crew's Prepared Food, and a full line ot
diefen ? for the sick, »old by
F, BRlNGHÜRST Jt Co ,
Corner Hizta »il M irket
slreeU
HOWliY
ICrt CREAMS,
CON FKCTTUNS. I'OYS
TJS& ikUdrtii'a I oache^,
; r- .
S
FIUK-WOKKH
BASKETS, WOODEN WAUE,
i«xriui»nt ofSt»f<l«lin»KF»ti
JOHN BODDY.
No 411 M.AKKET STREET.
Oupostl« the lia*ett« uthee.
W timing: > x
And % gnnora
«tioa*.
Del
!•*
©rorrrs A ®ra s«trrs.
W. n. AT.T.Moaïn % Blto.,
Cor. 8tli and Markotlstreets. ami Bran,
ivwine Villa«,
l»E\LLB1 IN
(GROCERIES' TEAa,
;s F» lOE», Ar c-, Sc c.
«L80 18
LOCl BI UOUSTUX ASK WHITE. AS
C O A. Xj .
Order» fjr COAL left at the Yard la BranJ7^-» VUr
lag«, or ai their £ior*. ecruer 8th ted M*«et street«.
Wilmington, will receive prompt atfo«tioc
N. B—i.440 iM. to the ton
HERMANN AHR.EN8,
general provision dealer.
No 2. r J l'atnall »lro*t,
WILMINUTDN DEL.
_ - ... . .. Would rupMlfull» uanoanc,
iu hi. 1'ri.ndj uni tbo nubiutbut
- b. «tut «um« on tho Mum bu»t
^P" ; UM» ut U. oM wid will
k\ keep aanstuiir on huu l
t beat quality oi
fAUryLc EDO AH 0PÄED IIAMS
üäx« , ttk
AH of whleh will be sold wboleeale and yetiwl at tne
» *00* nu7u.no
_ _^L,
rnvwvi ■ a, wnnill.1.1.
C.OSI WELL SL ». UODElii»«
M . „ . -
Room. No. i». Exohoag« BuUiia#
the
FLITCH, SHO
LA
Ac.. Ac.
7th and Market Btreeta,:
Wilmington, Dei.
UAN. W>«ODaLL
u. -SuifiniU..
»x isSywl Awfiui
T TDD WANT A FINH IMPORTED GERMAN
Ltani (SunJm «« •« fj .*■
CHANDLER'S. «11 Murkrtitr^t, .nil_ buy Æfif
oue. Juft in, direct from Europe, a large
invoice of Bicily Canary, Hemp, and R*p*#^ ^
Seed. I'Tw. ire «Ilia, ^ N ' 0 - HA;SDNKK
Oil M.r'tet,»
E ntra new buckwheat meal, the
celebrated Silver Mou.talo Buokw hwt M«»l
,.le at th. lnwe.r "
«U Market .street.
or
etf.
wm:* 0
F ORRENK-Larrw hreat
Off Market sue »«. App ly
W REET
i . i
el
Philadelphia Wilmington and I
Baltimore Railroad,
<>u
,
Leave
'*
'
I "
are j Arr at
ï-BJ UrT f + ï_ l
4
SE
TIME TABLE.
Taking «Beet Tuesday. Nov. 11th, 187J.
Philndal tdua and \V ashinxton Kxrrar. Trains
dcatgnato.i tou», 11 '.'IT. New lorn and Wnsti-,
logton Express Trains, tnus, 12 1 *. Ino U in I
train Iroin Phiindeiphia connects tor Fort: ess Mon
On account of difference in time, train« leave Bat- L " *
below' Clty mloul °* earlier than etatod 1 ••
tlhelO.'Mr. m. Train from rhlindelnhia will ! * l
run on Monday and Xuursaay only, (the 11 i'» ,
'«!WggÄ lueidiJ ' ! »ÄÄ
Train« fron, PhÄ^ lm . d .,», cor- ! £îï
ner ot Blond itreet and Washington avenue a» loi- • At
" d< *.w m i h '--li W H« ! -'»*i n,M l: •-'<'•<
i onnàfton - ui'ill »i 1 , : SÄ!*
j.onnanini, , u. lOsn, a. ni., I. . 2 1J, 4 » ;. |
1 J g-m lo*-V 1 1 r- "; I A*
o , r. 9 oM ',, >- - ' I ' ' I £ a '!.
.. nirtr -Si ' , ••} 1 1 ! ,Ç a '! ro
?, 1» o:>i>'l "i \l 4 '• 5 Ir " n
- Sharon II,'ll. 7«!. »>; 10..:., a rw _ _
,J - nt I
FA
,0,
, w , I Lsuav»
Leave
•0.:.-) «> ;
'i .
i ,V';*
2 ,» I on I",/'»"»
with
Train
... i train
- * • "!• j 'iriun
■ iri> ' 1 '■ I r,.p
2 111. 4»,. SI... ■ I\ I
f. ito, t. 4
" Paschal!
i 4 >.•.••••
.
*• itlenoldcn, '
4 .0. 0 4\ [)
:
a » 1 . !:•
in- x* in.
»
11 j;
.
•* Moore
J'
• i- ■■« - ***. l'H».
. . ;«u—v
' hidloy Purk. 7 C'.'X
, l* in.
s', i. in.,
* eu.3 lj,i, -
Crum Lyn
• 4
u. 1"
! 1
». 1
• in. r.
•»
" Chester,
9,
1 ' •■►•ell I
111 al :i I
• in
. 1
IIO. 4 .
i •
11 4 N# p in
" Lauiukm, 7 C
4 là. • ..
I: -
.
Ml 45;.e
•• Th
>. te e
'• ,l "- 1 1 I '. 9 20.
Ill,
pan
'• Tr.iu
" L,
en.t, S
'41,
H'. 11 11 p Ul.
" CUy
>. 10 V' u
•«'. It JP'
M Bellevue, n
•* Wilmington
4 uu, f> us, .1
•* Newnort s -) a
" .Sitkbcou, .1 .'o a l
*• >ewdrk. N :iu u ui;i i .\\ • .
" Llkt'»n, S h»
" North K-tst,
** Onttrlestown, 8 o a in; \ 1
** Princuùo» » 30 •
u III, 2 ' J I. ' 1 \
iu
Ul.
«•eitüi
in
. : : -, : ;
i .10* |. Ul.
■j : 4.1, 1 -
. *' 4
k». J
; tw.
; I Ul ,
.11
* ii
i
. i
.. 4 OU I». D).
" P ?; r -aï lle - 1--. 4««*. ..*».*
11 .k>* p ui.
** Ilav r*>-tio-x*rat*o. S -j n. iu. 7 *
f. 0»»', Il J'* p, in.
** Ab«M«en, S '«> * ni. 10'. H
** Percyraan.iv: 11 o,
** Kdgexvuod. S a
" Magnolia, S ^0 a
" Cbaze'ê, 8 (<» u iu.
** Stommer*« Run.
** Baltimore, 8 .*> a
loava
.
! Bridge
j
Dover,
'
»
i oreea
Mt.
Bear,
State
N
I
"• lîr '- 4l M
P in
I j* p m
. 4 HO, 11
I
; » 1 •. r.
P :n,
a. ni , 4 O' p ni.
;i x- ui .
„ . , NORTHWARD.
Traiax tor Puiladelphi
From Baltim «re. 7 m
',11 1
«IU
4
. 10 47*
!
" S tarnte er '.4 Run
** Chase's. 6 iks » 1
" Magnolia, S Ü
" Fdgaxv tovl, K 27
" PerryuiAn.svtüo, s
*' Aberdeen. H4b a m: I H 4. pm.
" Uavre-de-Urnoe. Eu» # . 1 . si,
4 12*. 8 Si* 11 4*' . * '
•* Perry ville, 12 j*.
' I*.
i il.
P IT.
.i 1;. p
:
a in;
i» m.
•• 4 >. *» i«6, 11 • ' a m; 4 '.'I*.
'J 01* p m.
•* Pnnoipiu. C 9 11
Charle?:uwn,
" N<»rth hast.
** Klkton. 7 1 *.
14 Newark. ^ •.
" Stanton, 7 I
" Newport, 7
" Wilmington,
U *:*, 2 »«3. 4 t
" Bellevue. 7 1,4 2
' Claymont,7 Zl. s dt>, " .«1
7 d7. Pi 4'
1 *• Liu wood. 7 2S, 4
7 4Ä, I" 44 pm
" Trainer
, .5
m: . ,
m: 4 "*."!•
y 41
4
1 m;
»'"»I a lu;
i" 11 :i .r
i-> |>
lu ('• • |. H
;
• », l 1 •'. 1 tu,
1 l

1
i
R*. 4 .
' u tu ;
JS p m.
W
.^atnrdtyj *
-, 1
'b ! K
p m
r. iu.
JH.Sd».
only) . 4. p m.
" Thurtow, 7 ,4 4ilU0 '. Il Ola.n* 2r, : *.
pm.
" L luutkin, 1 4
1
Mt.
4M OC-,, n 04a
Tû 10.1107 a
.1" M* p tn.
a tu.. 1 2.4 k
1 U.^ 4
** Chewier, ' 14.7 i -,
1 2 VI ■ i! 6
Lynne. 5 :1 7 U,7 4
' iT
!
l*
i
!
, i
,
1
. ., ,
11..1 i. - 1
,
j
», ». »«.. j
" r Xih«treei »*. 1" " i r, n -
4 p ul. 1 ' ' ' * w * # " ' Ü * ' '
P*jRT TiKPoSlT BKANCil.
ftTrain?Ir xm Port i»opo*it will leave m frill
a Palr ; 1 4 ;'\ U I ,l* ül . i
•t l.altituore.». 11 "• t w ,,
:
6 C
.44 s."4pm.
* Ridley i*.»rk. o
'•. lu 2 , V
* 'a m..
I 4.
4 •. •
s l
11
P
" M
8 1.x, p m
** fllenolden, '
Â&'.M'I. S 1 .
" Sharon Htll, ■
* 4t 5 5H. S L . i> iu.
Darby
0 47. 6 Hi. >
•* Paschall, «i 1
: i 04..'» '*0, » .
" BonnaCFon, i» 1 7 41, lu •
s :*.l p m.
"ML Moriah. O 1 », 7 41, M u
8 ït. n iu.
* T . 1H ; 'T u
VI. SU-, 10 71 .
I
•r )
w", fi T. * *7. lu *» a m,. 1 I,
i» m.
< 1 .
s i:
S , 10.4 a
i
*" I IU.. 1 V. :
!.. 21*1.
(»4. mm4. !
for Perry ville, ti .o, *x
fcor llavre-Ju-(irace
L 4'., «» I . p m.
For Haiti mere *na wav nab m». » -û, liuo^u* it
•j 15 u m
Train« for Port Dorodt will la
!
» aj follow.
From Baltimore, s!opj.in h ^t t «il wav t uiont.
p u.
a m: 2 05, t
From Baltimore, «topping cnlp at II irre- 1 • Or ec«
and Perry ville. V e ;> a m
From Perry v»lle. 7 30, 9 üè, 11 27 a m. 4 x. pm.
Aw'rhe 11L-5 «m, ne»! "oo pm train? trom J
g£irj , ,'l» e J. onne;tat th "' p 'ae» with train j lnm
PhUad.lphla. nrxTTarn.
_ , , t,B i' K A 1 ' V . A P^ Dn
Train« from Philadelphia will leave r uiiowr 1
For Stations on Delaware Divifioa and all .onuec
tlons. 3 "flam.
S #W 4a^*f l lf* H i*» U i-J .i 1 '* m i
For Seaford anvl way «ration«, coui.e. ling at ( lay
ton for Smyrna and at iown««nd with gae«n |
Anne « aud Kent r.*ilr.- id *.»r all «:ation j , j I
». ."i®- , , . „ i
h«.r Delmar aad way AUt.ni S • a ni; H îl) p tu. 1
Train* lor Philadelphia leave ad follow»
From Wilmington, connecting with Delaware Dl- I
vision traiu irt»ui >e.alurd and xt iy |
with Smyrna tram at Clayton: and x.ith Kent
County triina at Town »*ud. Î ' .«»a
From Wiimington. eonnoetiurf with tram from all ;
IU tion* on Delaware Inxoion und all .v.u
neetioBD. 4 45 p in.
From Wlimicgton. connecting with train from Del
mar and way «talion«, 4 4 * lo.l p m
From Wilmington, connecting With train* from
New Castle. H 10 a in 7 l * »» m.
PI1ILA. AND BALT. CENTRAL RAILROAD, j
Slopping at all «talions on Cheater Creek and Phil
adelphiaand Baltimore Central Railroads.
Trains from Philadelphia will leave m follows: I
f or Port Deposit, 7 Ou a m. 4 :.u p m. i
or Oiford, 7 00. a m: 4 kt, 6 (5 p ui. (1* & p m Wod- .
needaya and Saturday».)
VUr
bu»t
will
ttk
tne
| * M °5 m wJSSÜSÜÄlfc!Üd2r *»" P ' S '" '
fo,low,:
From Oxford, 6 1». 11 M u m: ft 30 m.
I FrumCh^ld'» Ford. 7 Î4.U in; li»., 20, t, 4» p ui.
I g#-T,,7 ou. m iruin Iroai W liinm.ion
I at Lamokin with train» from Philadelphia for
lb, PhitadulpMu^d A BulHmor f .C S nir.l Kullmud.
I No train« will be run on Sunday eioept those
n «vied below:
T.*ainc from Philadelphia will leave as follows:
For A'atuukiu and Intermediate Station«. 1 U) p m.
For M'Mmington and way station»^ jo am, y 30 p iu.
For Baltimore, «topping at the principal »tatioai,
11 3®* p va.
Trains for Philadelphia will leave as follows:
From Lamokin and Intermediate Station*. * l& a m.
From Wilmington, «topping at way »talion», 4 45,
6 p ra.
Baltimore, «toppinir i
7 »>*. I« 45* P w. II.
the
Ac.
oneeu
Æfif
^
at principal stations,
F. KENNE Y Sup*t
lent
P HlLADELl'UIA. WILMINGTON Si BALTI
MORE RAILROAD.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
On and alter WEDNESDAY. October 14th, 1871.
a uaseenger car will be attached to the treijht
train leaving Philadelphia °.i)0 p. m., for Wil
* The tra in will «top at .''tatior* a« follow«, wh«i
iianat'rti: Gray'« Ferry. y.U p. m. Laiaretto $. *
p.m ; Chester, t*.4! p. m; Lamokin.9.45 p, in; Thur
tow y p. m; Linwood, 9.55 p. uc Clajuaont, lO.dl
L» ■s.wjtowf'iyr
the
M«»l
"
0
WILMINGTON AND KtAOING R R
äHIMIK
Summer Arrangement,
<>u »wl »tier Similar. June 23, IV73,
rasxenier Train« will run'u follow» -
TRAIN^'Ä" Sol ' TBW *«''
A.M.
Leave Heading at 7.J5
'* .Btrdiboro', 3 05
' Coateaville,
" Chodda F d,lO 40
at Wilm'gton. 11 Jo sut)
traisV* ,! n«T' No,T ' Wi,B!
P.M.
A. «
4 00
4 SU
t» 10
« J>
7 SO
ti lr.
7 11
_
" * Chadd^Ford** ? 2H
•• Co«egriUe, 8 u,
* l Rtadta™, ' 10 X) Yiu
CONNECTIONS 1
»ÄÄ 1 !^
£îï Sfe
At Chaddstord. trains Nos. 1,2,3 and 5 for Phil
»»AandlSiSJ^RlS^ÄTT'nlfi
SÄ!* , d , lr r t '■»"»««on with train«
Philadelphia.
A* Kirdaboro'. trains 1 and .1 connect no-thwar I
a '!. »onjhwar. with Philadelphia and Kea"îî,
a '! ro » J . nnd i and 1 with southward bound traiu.
Ir " n ^ connects with train from Philadelphia
_ _0« a,ral Sn n£in£ndL
nt I Hu Hinton and Wealrm a M
rme TABLE.
FA 1.1. AMI WINTE R ARRANGEMENTS.
Commencing do:. l,:
raina will ruu as follow s
Lsuav» W Ilmiagton lo Ji) a ui. und f *ii pui
Leave Landen berg ô 45, a m and 1 :*> p m
Arr»v«»t Wilmington 7 am, and 3 3Uiim
Arriva at Landenberg ,12 :» a. m. and « oo i,' n .
,V';* NN '•■GilUN.S-Trains Jetving Wiimingioi, a*
I",/'»"» with train leaving Philadelphia at 8 is aw
trains leaving V. iltninglon al 5 p m. oouhecr.
with train leaving Philadelphia a: 4 oo p w
Train arriving at Wiltmmrton at 7 ii
train lor Philadelphia at » lu a in
'iriun arriving at Wilmington at 3 m wiih tr,
r,.p Pniladelphiaat 1 un p m. wun tra.
"t rTr * in '* "' 11 withdrawn alder iAd...
...
5
A.ii.
P.M.
P. M
3U0
6(ki
IHV
7 00
5 :vx
to and frou.
DAVID CONNELL, am.!.
«•eitüi
-
Philadelphia, Wilmington
Baltimore Railroad.
Delaware Division Tnno Tabls.
FALL ARRANGLMRMT.
Att«r MON DA V, .Sept. 81 a
txc*«pt«d.) Trauu wrii
Mixfii
P. Ai
ana
< 'n
loava a s tollow« :
lUITBWUn.
lielBiar,
Laurel.
Saatora,
Bridge ville
xireenwoud
FaruungWD
Harrington.
FeltoD,
Cauterhory
WooxUiide,
Wyoming.
Dover,
Moorton
' Breutord
bmyrna,
» Clayton,
i oreea ftpriag.
Blackbird.
Townsend,
MidxK^town,
Mt. Pleasant,
Kirkwood.
Rodney,
Bear,
State Koad.
N ew Caetle,
I Wilm'gton,arrive lui
Philadelphia,am veil.4:
P.M.
Baltimore, arrive l US
SOUTH W A ED. /*U4*en^rf
• Puvtenger.
A. M.
U.U»
n.i
11.3U
IIJH
U.U.
l^.lo
li*
k*«J
I» t;
A.M.
a li
4-«
4 1\)
• *KJ
« 50
■j iV
■> U
5 Og
0'»2
f* lx
0 84
H54
7 l«i
<• 5«

; a>
7d<.
7 41
7 4m
1 1M
7 N
14
IS.
S O
1 i7
.4 II
1 4
Id
B.O**
. i
• 2if
. M
3
à ÜU
3 4
i i ■
: 4 :
» 5:
kjL
3 el
m •
JSA
« J»
S»b
J 4?
j
' i.
•» ii
n.
Aux
d I».
y 4.
y 4

y .v
( at
IL
SV
h Sé
alu
r.«
tv.
y 1

ÊL
Phila lelphia.,
Bain more.
W iluan^ton
* State Roal,
1 Bear
! K
U
. 2s
lUlü
t -■>
t
U fi
lusz
hS6
10 Si
■ *'
lui. 1
7 1*8
: 1.:
7 -i •
iu
10 5:
1 KtrkviL
Mt. Plu
Midiletow :
àCCd,
1 lo
il v'
Il .4
If.i*
7 51
' iT ...
! Klai-i
l* reen S
i Clayton.
! Smyrna . (am
i Bren: tJ.
Moorton,
Dof.r,
Wyiiuiin».
, WouditJu.
1 Canterbury,
Felton,
llarrink , '*n.
, Karniiiikton.
Ur«enwo«*d,
j Bridgeville
j g^ntori.
Laurel.
Deltnar.
Th« »M« te«J Train will run mU«cl to 4«l«jr« lû»i
' 4«nt t a freight liU«ines8, mul will sl.»p uul» «t .-i»
liontwheret.m i4jri7««.
l.aaxe New Cutle for W ilmington an t F
. i »17.4»). il A'M. aadtt.25 F. M. Leara*
w ,, lü a .. k i 4. M at 1 D a u»t a *o P. M..
>tt
: «
H 0?
1 4«
8 i
>c».
ÜV'
N . I
J ti
1:* !•
:
r.ir t
lî&
1.4 •
t
M
< la
12 4
12
1
.
■> i**>
1 15
> i.
1 2«
, 4M
1 :;7
!
10 14
o t;
2 1J
ô 4 j
!
r v
UtlAJ «
ilmibz
ur St.;
Caetie,
bandar rrain^Leave Wilmington tot N«tr La
! tie, a 4 M.. New «. asiie for W limiugtcn 5.14'^ ol
SMYRNA BRANCH TRAINS.
Additional to lho?e above, leave Sznrni« fer Cl as
ton 11.JO a. m., and 7.35 p. ®., Leave Clayton fo.
Smyrna 4 40 a. in., and 2 OO pm, to make oonnee
tion with tr».Bi to and from Dover, and siac. ji
coûta.
ec«
J CONNECTIONS
A t To WN'SKIH». with th.K,at Ccactr iCa yns.a
Ana,',* Kent Ralireidi.
At CLAYTON.with ta. MarrUai aal Dtliwir.
1 Railroad
At UARRINQTON wiih the Uccti a aui Breoi
water Railroad.
At âKAFORD with the Dorehtoter and Delaware
lay- Railroad
| At DKLMAR. with the Kaatern Shore lUilr. *1
I 4 q,| icomico and Pocomoke Railroad,
i »I. v. kknnkV.s
1 - - — - —
orw .
Dl- I "I* 4 «fj 1 r^lL.
| -A J he xv ilmmgron and Reading Kailron i C.-m
Kent l »o* bave completed axraacememui to carry Mon«/
Package* and Kxpreas Mauer to and trom all point*
all ; uu the line ot their road and Weet Cbeetcr.
.v.u- . Abo. to all poiuu <»u the Philadelphia and Rea !
inx and lutawia«« lUilroiU-i, tncdudiug Headaux.
Del- Allent*»wnJCulumboi.U.vrnsborg.Lauca^ter, Down
ingtowa. .Mahoney Uty, Ml. CarrneL Norri?towu.
PotUville. Aa.
**'r further information apply at the Depot, cor
j ner of Front and MadDon streeU. WUmington.
Phil- ..k'lT.** 4 "J?, 1 .® r . 5ont to * rfta kltn Telegraph offlre.
Ï, Third street or to 'heir Depot, Fv»*nt
I A «d Madison, or orders leR with McMa lea A >eai.
i delivaPlng agents wUl receive prompt attention,
Wod- . . . - M c n ^ L. ÖTOLZ.
an^-tf 0«n 1 Sqd t W.I K. R. K (o
S '" ' P^Uadelpru*. Wilmington md Baf
timoro Itailro&d.
for
those
m.
p iu.
m.
45,
oneeu
DELAWARE DIVISION.
I MPORTANT NOTICE—In «ddition to the re-u
lar Market Trains now rwnning, an KXTRA
FREIGU T 1RAIN. (.Sunday«exeepte4.) with Pas
senger Car attached, will run between Wilmiar
ton aud Harrington on and after Monday Septom
ber Sth. 1N7J. as follow«
Leaving Wilmington at ù.M A. M., and stopping
as follow.
6 55 I Brenloxd.
7 27 Moorton.
7 44 I Dfiver.
New Castle,..
Kirkwood,
Mt. PleaaauU
Middletown.
Town-end.
Blackbird...
Green Bpxiag.
Clayton.
Suiiject to délaya incident to freight boainea«.
This train will stop to take up paa«engera only a t
station« named, but will leave Paa»en*ers at any
«topping place, except Hare's Corner. Mate Road.
Rodney, Armstrong'« and DuPont.
This train will be withdrawn whenewr tb
tere-u of the Company
The p*«aenger Car h
v «
9 40
Su.
. . tug,. «
8 A) I Wood side. ..
nterbury. ..........
Hm,.
... Vt*7 1 Harrington, arrive.
10 1»
£
14>
i.'
H 52
1871.
treijht
Wil
wh«i
$. *
Thur
lO.dl
* h
requirea it.
__ _ .«rtfofor« attached to the
Returning Train laavin, Harrinxtun at J t») 1* M
wit! be discontinued on the above date.
The Freight lrmn with H»-»«niter t ar attached,
eaviux llarri»*ton at ft ft) P. M. will rnelra all
rxular stop» (or paescnEare.
«pSjSn. H. F. KENNEY

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