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SEWS OP THE DAT
The Rational Capital
HOUSE PROCEEDINGS
General Items
LATEST FOREIGN DISPATCHES
The Berate YeUerOy.
By Associated Press.
Washington, July, IS.— The Conference
Committee on Consular and Diplomatic
Appropriation Bill, reported that they were
unable to agree, and a new conference was
ordered.
The morning hour having expired, and
a motion to postpone unfinished business,
being agreed to, the Senate took up the
River and Harbor Appropriation Bill.
Several of the amendments wete altered,
accepted or rejected, but none i elating di
• rectly to this section of the country, °aud
pending the discussion the House bill pro
viding for erection of military posts on the
the Yellowstone river, was passed. Ad
journed.
The House Yesterday.
By Associated Press
Washington, July 13.— Reports of minor
Importance were received, after which the
Conference Committee on the silver bill
ported, and Mr. Payne explained the bill at
length. After a long debate, the report
was adopted. The Conference Committee
on the Indtau appropriation bill reported
they were unable to agree, and the
members were reappointed as a new com
mittee. Adjourned.
rr
6ame
FOREIGN NEWS.
By Associated PreBS.
An Important Case Concluded.
By Associated Press.
London, July 13.—To-day the case of
Twycrosa vs. Albert Grant, et al.,
eluded. This ease was brought to
money alleged to have been obtained by
fraudulent lepresentatious regarding tlie
Liston Steam Tranaway Company. Ft was
a test case. There are 88 others, involving
a large sum of money. The jury gave a
verdict for Twycross for seven hundred
pounds, being the amount claimed. Judg
ment was stayed, botli parties will have
leave to move a week from next Monday
was con
recover
Tbe It ns i ness Depression.
London, July 13.—Accounts from nun
factoring aud mining centres continue to bo
burdeped with complaints of the business
depression. The employers are taking
measures everywhere to reduce wages
extend the working hours. The workmen
iu some districts are preparing to resist, aud
it is feared that great strikes will be the re
sult.
or
The Centennial International
Kalla.
London, July 13.—A four-oar crew com
posed of Messrs. Gulston, Ilastie, Hornell
and Sabat, of the London Rowing Club will
sail for the United Slates at the end of this
month. The First Trinity College, Cam
bridge, University Boat Club Four, with a
boatman and three boats will'embark on
tbe steamer Brittanie, at Queenstown, to
day, for New York, to participate in the In
ternational regatta at Philadelphia.
Ke
The Extradition Snarl,
London, July 13.—The final correspond
ence between the United Slates and Great
Britain on the extradition question, iuclud
ing Earl Derby's note of June 30 to Secre
tary Fish, is published to-day.
Action of Austria-Harbor Closed.
Vienna, July 13.—The "Frembcnblatt"
reiterates the statement that Austria lias
closed the harbor of Kick against the
Turks.
The Indian question.
By Associated Press.
Omaha, July 13. —Recent despatches
from the Red Cloud and Spotted Tail Agen
cies state that the affairs there are very
certain,owing to the news of Custer's defeat.
The Interior Department is issuing nothing
hut corn and flour, having failed on beef en
tirely. Scouting parties having been with
drawn from the roads between the
Ull
agency
and the bridge on the Siding route. There
is still one company at the bridge. The
commanding officer at Robinson thinks the
necessities of the case demand a company
at the post. It Is not possible that the In
ilians will make trouble at the agencies as
that is their only place of refuge in case
they are whipped.
Mr. Blaine's Condition.
By Associated Press.
Au«usta, Me., July 13.—Mr. Blaine,
owing to the very excessive heat of the past
■ew days, has not improved, the tempera
ture of the Kennebec valley lias been al
most as severe as in the Middle
effect of the heat on Mr. Blaiue's condition
fully confirms ills physician in the belief
that the original trouble was of the nature
of sunstroke,
salt air Is strongly commended by his phy
sician. He hopes within the next week to
have Mr. Blaine removed to the coast, some
forty miles distant.
States. The
Tho tonic effect of the
. Victims of Kerosene.
By Associated Press
Trenton, July li
A man named John
Wolf and his wife were 60 badly burned by
the explosion of a kerosene lamp, a short
distance frrm this city last night., that the
woman died in a few hours afterwards and
- the man is declared by physicians to be be
yond all hope of recovery.
Personal.
By Associated Press.
Sabatooa, July 13.— Governor IIeinlrick6
was waited upon ut the Grand Union to
day by Major O'Connor of Tennessee, who
~ presented him the formal notification of his
nomination. Governor Hendricks said he
would reply in a few days. It is understood
that he will accept.
Cincinnati
Light Guards, numbering thirty men, ar
rived here in marching order at 8 o'clock
last evening. They are marching to the
Centennial.
York, Pa., July 13—Ihe
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
lievw Bou KiUsd,
By Associated Press,
Newark, N. J. July 13. —At two o'clock,
to-day, three young German brothers
named Flcborn who have been known
as desperate characters for years,
were.arrested by officers Dickerson and
Elader for disorderly conduct. As the of
ficers attempted to march them off they
drew revolvers and shot Elsder dead and
fatally wounded Dickerson.
, Escaping from the crowd the desperadoes
ran up the street to T»W. Dawson's, tan
nery In River street, where they formerly
worked There they eaUed for Mr. Meyer,
the foreman, who had discharged them,
and commenced in Indiscriminate firing on
the shop, which resulted In killing
John Allen the assistant foreman, and
the wonndlngof two workmen. The em
ployees of the shop turned out en masse and
chased the murderers towards the river. In
the pursuit tbe workmen used stones and
knives, striking the murderers several
times before they reached the river, and the
latter leaped Iqtq.the water and attempted
to escape across, but were stoned to death
by the outraged workmen. The wounded
were taken to St. Michael's Hospital; one
of them Fisher is deoil; Dickerson will not
recover,and the other men are in a precari
ous state. Albus audElsder leave famllies.Tbe
murderers are as far as known were un
married.
The body of one of the Flchorns has
been recovered from the river. It shows
marks of bad cutting about the wrists.
Men are now engaged dragging for the
others. The shooting had no connection
with the recent labor troubles here. The
murderers were desperate characters, and
they shot innocent men out of mere deviltry.
Policeman Dickerson died of his Injuries
at five o'clock. He was one of the colored
meu on the force. The deaths now number
seven, policemen Elsder and Dickerson, tlje
three Flchorns, Albus and a working man.
Tho most intense excitement prevails in tbe
city and thesurrounding country,the action
of the workmen is generally commended.
MINOR DESPATCHES.
0
By Associated Press.
Schenectady, N. Y., July 13.— Gov.
Hendricks arrived here last evening, and
left this morning for Saratoga.
St. Paul, July IS.—The Republicans ol
tbe Fifth District have nominated Mark II.
Dunnell for re-election to Cougress.
Washington, July 13.—The Committee
on Banking and Currency again postponed
action on the repeal of the Resumption Act
until Monday next.
Washington, July 13.—John C. Procter
a well-known aud highly esteemed local re
porter in this city, died last night after a
brief illness.
Washington, July 13.—The Senate, sit
ting as a court of impeachment, at 13:40
adjourned until to-morrow, on account ol
the absence of tbe witness, John S. Evans,
post trader at Fort Sill. Legislative busi
ness was then resumed.
Washington, July 13.—The Senate has
yet to act on the River and Harbor bill.
The amendment proposed by the Committee
on Appropriations of mat body strike out
items aggregating $053,586, and, by the ad
dition of a few new items and the increase
of others, add $043,000, thus showing a dif
ference or reduction of $0,580 in the aggre
gate amount of tbu hill as it passed the
House.
Omaha, July 13.—A despatch from Fort
Fetterman last night says there is not a
word of truth in the rumor of Geu. Crook's
fight with the Indians and defeat, that all
sorts of rumors arc alloat which are contra
dieted by the officers, and that nothing has
been heard from Gen. Crook for the past te n
days. A courier is expected daily.
Mllnu King of Hervla.
The "Pall Mall Gazette" publishes a
letter from its Belgrade correspondent
dated July 7th. The letter says, "an ordei
Is published to-day directing that all per
sons, not soldiers, attached to the army as
transport commissioners, ambulance su
perintendents and surgeons shall wear a
meilaliou bearing the words "Milan I, King
ofServia." This is the first indication of
the true intentions aud ambition of Prince
Milan. These words are received here
having great political meaning. We no
longer hear of Prince Milan's loyalty to
1 he Parte, and there can be no doubt thaF
1 ic war is for complete separation.
as
Base Ball.
The Quickstep Club was victorious
yesterday.
Hicks' engagement for uext season with
the Cincinnati club seems to be a settled
fact.
There Is considerable talk of a club being
organized by the dissatisfied stockholders
of the Athletic.
A report comes from Reading that the
Active club is not so great a financial
cess as last year.
In Louisville, yesterday, the game be
tween the Louisville and Athletic resulted
in favor of the former by a score of 11 to 5.
The Red Stockings of this city, formerly
known as the Wilmington Club, will go to
Newark on Saturday to play the Agiles of
that place.
The Quicksteps, Jr., will play the Orion
Club of Philadelphia,Saturday afternoon, 011
the Professional grounds. The game will
be called at 3 o'clock. •
The Farmington Base Ball Club beat tbe
Fcdcralsburg Club, instead of the Feilerals
burg beating the Farmington as was re
ported in our columns on Wednesday.
If a 1 rote Escape.
The culvert between Madison and Monroe
streets, became so swollen from tho great
amount of water fallen, that its walls could
not contain tho volume, and it broke the
sidewalk on Fourth street to a considerable
extent, and became so high on Front street
that It became Impassable. A small boy
would have been carried through the cul
vert on Front street, had it not been for a
man standing near by, who rescued him.
Justice's Court.
Before Esqnire Hagany, yesterday Mrs.
Quinn brought suit against her husband,
charging him with threatening to kill her.
The Squire dismissed the case, there not
being a sufficient cause for action.
6UC
Flute Jiaml,
Anderson's Flute Band, organized in May
last., havo their flutes and are under the
tutorship of T. J. F. Quinn. Sometime in
August they expect to have the drums.
The Tasker Iron Company advertises for
fifty men. See.advertisement.
Nat the Reform that la Wanted.
[From the Cincinnati Commercial.]
Gov. Hayes does not seem to have en
into the fact that President
istlugulshed
service matters. ''Party services" have
had very slight consideration under the
Grant Administration. In the first place.
Grant appointed his relatives; In the second
place, the persons he knew; in the third
place, the friends of his relatives and ac
quaintances. It was not until this supply
was exhausted that Grant thought of the
party which, la his estimation, he had
bated from defeat by making the sacrifice
of accepting the Presidency. This Is not
exactly the fifty-years-old policy of which
Goy. Hayes speaks.
The worst blunders of Grant have not
been In obeying, but In disregarding the
suggestions of members of Congress, who
claimed a share in the distribution of the
patronage. Gov. Hayes says offices have
become not merely rewards for party ser
vices, but for services to party leaders. In
Grant's case the Government has been
made to serve, as Carl Schurc said, as a
milch cow for Grant's relatives and favor
ites, and Grant's Idea of civil service reform
has seemed to be the
personal favoritism; and' it is this above all
things the public want an end of. The
country has been degraded under Grant's
administration by Improprieties In appoint
ments unheard of under other administra
tions. Now, reform will not consist in
keeping Grant's appointments in place; and
the great, danger of the Republican party Is,
that the people will prefer Tilden to Hayes
because the election of the Democratic can
didate would at least Insure a thorough
change.
The majority of the members of Congress
do not feel that It is a burden, lntolerableor
otherwise, to distribute the patronage of
their districts. Ob the contrary, they re
gard the distribution as the moBt remarks
ble evidence of their power, and the most
precious of their privileges as great men;
and they have quarrelled with Grant chiefly
because he preferred his worthless brothers
in-law and cousins, to the party workers.
Grant was deeply of the opinion that if he
could get his nine brothcrs-ln-law and hie
forty-four second cousins into the public
service, he was promoting civil service re
form. Gov. Hayes need not lay the flat
tering unctioD to his soul that, if he Is
elected President, the Congressmen will be
happy to throw their intolerable burdens at
his feet. They will exeit themselves to re
tain their ancient privileges unvexed of
Grant's brothers-in law and the wide ram
ifications of his nepotism. The proper be
ginning of civil service reformation would
not by any means be found in tenderness
about the removal of Grant's appointees.
No other President ever made as many ap
pointments not lit to be made. Grant has
considered neither the country nor the par
ty, and tbe reformation means rooting out
his favorites, and abolishing the abuses that
he has established as the sacred things of
the Administration. That which we wish
to have clear before the country Is that fix
ing upon it Grant's appointees as an official
class is not civil service reform.
rely enter
rant has
himself in civil
tuatlon of his
EEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Bush's Coal.
Death Notice.
Marriage Notice,
Boots—Danaliee.
Pi oposals—Curbstone.
Clothing—i)e Wolf.
Proposals— Pa vi ng.
Wanted—Fifty Men.
vi anted—A Woman.
Mills & Coombs—Coal.
Cl tiling—J. W. Canary.
Ryan's Centennial News Office.
DIED.
FL \GLOR— In this city, on the 12th, tost,,
clarence, sou of Albert and Mary Flag
ler, aged 21 years.
BARR—On the 10th last., Captain Joseph
M. Barr.
UNDERWOOD—On Wednesday evening,
July 12th, Edith K„ only child of G. B.
and E. K. Underwcod, aged 2 weeks aud
# days,
WAITE—In this city, on the 11th tost,, Jor
epli T.' Waite, in t-he 51st year of Ins
age.
ROBINSON—In Christiana Hundred, on
tile litii inst., RobertL, Robinson, aged 40
years.
RICE—On the Jltli inst., Helen Marr,
youngest cnlld of Washington and Annie
E. Rice, aged 10 mouths,
FINLEY—On Wednesday, the 12th inst.,
Adelia Muley, in her 75th year.
JOHN F. BETZ,
Gaul's Brewery,
TORTER, ALE, BROWN STOUT,'
Brewer apd dealer iu
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS,
Cor (Jallowhill aud New Market Streets,
Philadelphia, Pa.
mar!7-ly
NII
i
mu
Great eaie should be taken at this season
of the year in feeding children. All dan
ger may be avoided by the use ol Ridge's
Food. It Is suited to the weakest stomach,
and contains all the blood, bone and flesh
forming elements. It Is the standard prepa
ration and Is recommended by pbyslcisns
aud here abroad. febl7-9rn
TTUNKEL'S MAGIC
1Y HAIR RESTORER.
Restores gray-mlxcd, led, light or faded
heads of hair, beards or moustaches, to a
beautiiul brown or black, in from one to
four applications. It is free from sulphur,
lead, acids, mercury, silver, or anything in
jurious to either hair or beat d.
IT DOES NOT FADE OB BUB OFF.
Expressed to all parts on recelptof one
dollar, or six bottles for five dollars. At the
wholesale and retail depot. No, 01(1 VINE
STREET, PHILADELPHIA. dec24!'5-ly
a fJIAKK YOUR
1
OLD SILK HATS
TO
OEO. KINGSWORTH,
416 Market street,
and have them put into the latest style;
also sells a good H1LK HAT for $2 50. made
jyl2-itm
toordor.
GOUSSEL,
FRENCH UMBRELLA MAKER,
Has removed to No. I'i9 WEST SECOND
quality of goods al
ways on hand. Now umbrellas made to or
der, Mi nding promptly attended to.
A.
&
.STREET. The best,
yyALTER CUMMINS,
ATTORNEY AT 1 AW.
Offick :—No. 512 King street, next door to
the Post Office; Wilmington, Del. aug23 6m
250
Ladies' Suits!
NEW 8TYJCS! FRESH GOODS!
1,300
PIEOJ3S ALL
Silk Ribbons!
AT 95] CENTS A YARD.
THE BEST GOODS in THE MARKET
EXTRA BARGAINS IN
Black Silk!
M, L. LICHTENSTEIN,
996 MARKET STREET.
I
NSURE
in tbe
DELAWARE STATE
F. & M.
INSURANCE COMPANY
off Delaware City
DELAWARE.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 187&
Col. James B. Henry, President, Delaware
City;
John P.
Del.
D. K. McClure, Capitalist, ShortMan!tu,Pa.
Dr. J* T. Hammond, M, D., Berlin, Md.
Rudolph Humphreys, Lumberman, Salis
bury, Md.
John T. Long, Merchant, Frankford, Del.
George A. Jones. Civil Engineer, George
town. Del.
D. W, Moore, Capitalist, Laurel, Del.
Col. J. B. Ford, Capitalist, Condord, Del,
Win. F. Sharp, Merchant, Harrington, Del.
Ell Hollister, Insurance, Delaware City.
H. Chas- Ulman, Prest. U. 8. Law Asso. N
Y. City.
Capt. Benj. Stokley, Farmer, Seaford, Del.
Keynear williams, Merchant, Milford. Del.
Hiram W. McColley, Capitalist, Milford,
Del.
John M. Dale, Capitalist, Whaleyvllle, Md.
D. J. Minich, Insurance, Seaford, Del.
Wm. Dyer, Merchant, Dover, Del.
James M. Sellers, R* R. Contractor, Phila
delphia, Pa.
John M. Pomeroy, Editor, Cbambersburg,
Pa.
R. W. Cannon, Merchant, Brldgeville, Del
Wm. H. Murphy, Manufacturer, Farming
ton, Dei.
Clms. II. Maull, Merchant, Lewes, Del.
James H. Myers, Insurance, Delaware Clt
JAMES B. HENRY. Pres.
MES H. MYERS. See'y and Treas.
decM-Om
Hudson, Capitalist; 8t. Georges,
COAL.
NTERPR1SE COAL
E
not forget Font's Enterprise Coal
this hot weather. It may not be a good
time to burn it, but it is certainly a good
lime to buy, as he has a good supply
band which he is selling at the lowest
market prices.
Do
an
JOSEPH FOUT,
West and Water,
and
OraDgeand Water Sts,
}
A LTHOUGH IT HAS BEEN ANNOIJNC
ed by official circular that the whole
sale price of co-1 will advance July 1st, we
shall continue tbe present retail price
of the favorite
SHAWNEE,
Until August 1st Look to yo'ur interests
by sending us your orders during June or
July.
CHAS- WARNER a CO,.
Market Street Wharf.
DRUGGISTS.
W. E. Williams,
DRUGGIST,
Ninth and Market Streets,
Wilmingtn, Del.
PLUM BE S.
JAMES F, TRAYNOR,
PLUMBER GAS AMD STEAM
FITTER,
No. 204 E. SIXTH STREET.
DEALER IN
LEAD AND IRON PIPE. SINKS, BATH
TUBS, BOILERS, CHANDE
LIERS, BRACKETS
PENDANTS,
BEADING LIGHTS,
MURDOCK'S ANTI-FREEZING HY
DR ANTS AND FULLER'S
PATENT FAUCETS.
obblng promptly-attended to.
UMBRELLAS.
LARGEST AND CHEAPEST
stock of Silk Parasols and Hun Um
brellas ever shown in this city.
We have just recei veu over six hundred
FARANOU and SUN UMBRELLAS.
which we are selling from TEN CENTS TO
FOUR DOLLARS.
Another lnvoioe of those elegant
COLORED AND STRIPED SILKS,
Whloh we are selling from 60 cents to 94.
Superb quality BLACK SILKS FROM
7&MnUto 93 . 00 .
An eleguut assortmentfof
DRESS GOODS AT LOW PRICES,
P. CAMPBELL,
910 MARKET «.
rjtHE
J6I2-8
SPECIAL
BARGAINS
IV
Millinery,
HATS AND BONNETS
RICHLY TRIMMED,J
IN
Ladies' Linen
SUITES,
IN
LADIES LINEN
OVERSKIRTS AND BASQUES,
IN
LADIES WHITE BASQUES
9
n
IN
INFANTS' OUTFITS,
IN
CHILDREN'S DRESSES,
AT
F. L. FRANK'S,
MARKET STREET 511
511
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Refrigerators.
Water Coolers.
A FULL LINE OF
CLIMAX REFRIGERATORS.
With Porcelain-Lined Water Cooler.
THE BEST MADE.
" From $17.00 to 945.00.
THE CHESTER REFRIGERATOR,
From 9* op
WATER COOLERS FOR 91.00.
Call and examine.
H. F. PICKELS,
Nos. 7 and 9 East Fourth Street
June !4-i,r
1UE DEALERS.
^RCTIC ICE COMPANY.
No. 2 EAST SECOND STREET.
PRICES FOR 1878:
5 pounds daily,
8 do do
12 do do
16 do do
2V do do
25 do do
50 cents per week.
66 do do do
75 do do di<
66 do do do
$1.05 do do do
$1.25 do do do
25 to 100 pounds at 70 cents per hundred.
100 to 2,000 pounds, 60 cents per hundred, i
to 8 tons, $10 per ton. Special rates for
larger quantities. Eastern ice only.
apl-6m
J. B. CONROW & SON.
pUSEY
OFFICE, 406 SHIPLEY STREET.
BRANCH OFFICES - FOURTH AND
POPLAR, 1316 WALNUT.
BRANDYWINE ICE,
FROM OUR COATESVILLE HOUSES,
12 to 18 INCHES THICK.
Prices for 1876, commencing April 1st:
5 pounds dally, 50 cents a week,
8 do 60 do
75 do
90 do
do 1.05 do
do 1.25 do|
25 to 100 pounds at the rate of 70c. per 100.
100 pounds and over at a single delivery,
00c. per 100. Ice by the ton at lower rates.
Onr ico is equal to the best in the market.
Our drivers accommodating and reliable.
PATRONIZE HOME PRODUCTION
AND HOME INTERESTS. apl- ;
AND RICK,
*
12
do
18
do
20
25
HOWARD P. WALTON.
I'USJCY A. WALTON,
WALTON & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ICE DEALERS,
East Second Street, and
Fifteenth and Kitig Sts., Wilmington) Del.
PRICES FORJ1876:
6 pounds daily,
50 cents per week.
60 " " "
1
12
75
10
90
20
$1.05 " " *•
, T , 1.25 .
Various quantities from 25 to 100 pounds
attbe rate of 70 cents per 100 pounds; 100 to
2000pounds utOOcchts per 100 pounds; 1 ton
to 3 tons at m per ton t over that amount
gpectal rates. *
All accounts to be cash dally or weekly
unless otherwise agreed upou.
te < L Ure ' 1 a la, '8 e "lock of excellent
quality of ice. we are now prepared to furn
ish our friends at the above rutes, and will
guarantee all who may favor us will, their
orders entire satisfaction. Careful drivers
regular delivery. m27-6m
25
i -
1 ) R rtX,A. t V? s , has returned to his reei
5 toUwT t0r - ^ Uth ttud K,n «
M£D 1 €AL.
;d r -
J. P MALCOM,
No. 303 Taylor Street.
inl8-tf.
)
baklboadm.
PENNSYLVANIA UAlUtOA D. ~~
O.N AND AFTKB SUNDAY, December 5th
TlUrly-second '
MAIN LINE WESTWARD.
Paoli Acoom. 6 20,9, and 10 a m 1 m ,
Limited Fast Mall dally,
Niagara Express dully, except
Sunday, .
Eenova and Kane Express daUv M a 111
except H unday, ' y
York and Hanover Express,
Loo? Haven Xtall, except Sunday * **
York Mall dally, except Sunday ' 00
Mall Train dally, fon Sunday
leaves at 9 a m and runs only tn
Harrisburg,) J
Downlngtoivn Acoom. 1100am an.i inU
pm. On Sunday at 030 am d 1031
Fast Line dally, except Sunday kcr „
Elmira A L. Haven Exp., excent Kpm
Sunday, * V, „
York, Hanoverand Fred'k Accom " 1)11
except Sunday,
Harrisburg Accom. dally, except wp ®
Sunday, 1 2 «, „
Bryn Mawr Accom. dally, except Pui
Sunday, ^ 1
Lancaster and York Accom.
cept Sunday,
Parkesburg Train
Sunday,
Pittsburg Express dally, except
Sunday, ,
Cincinnati Express dally,
Pacific Express dally,
Erie Mall and Buffalo'Express'
except Saturday.
Emigrant Express, 12 05 am, dally «L5
Monday, for which tickets must b* S
strwtfb'y Spmf* 6 deIi vered at Jl«Market
1*75,
Una
'20 a n
720 a m
ex
a m
800
a at
3 oo p m
too ai#
530 p n
o is p m
•»p«
1 1 oo p IB
ex
daily, except
NEW YORK DIVISION.
Express for New York, 240, 330 7 20 »«
and II am, (Limited New York Kx'rjnS
1 25 p m.) 1 36, 3 10, 4 36, 5 30, « 36 and 7 bT
Accommodation lor Trenton, 2 30 n m
Express for Long Branch and Squau 7?«
am, and 135pm.
FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT
Bustloton, 0 86 a m, 12 noon, 5 and 7 26 n m
Way Train for Bristol «15 pm. 1
Trenton,655and 1015 am,2, 3 30 410 55
and 8 20 a ra. On Sunday 915 a m anil 2
p m,
Express for New York 8 10 a ra.
Express for Long Branch, 2 p in.
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
From Kensington Depot.— Exprets lor
Trenton, Lsmbertville, Phillipsbure
Easton, Water Can, Hcranlou, 4c., 655
a m and 3 30 p m. Express lor Belvidm
1015 a m.
For Lambertvllle, Pennington and Hope
well 1015 a in and 5 15 p m.
For Fleminglou 0 55 and 1015 a in, and Sid
p in.
AMBOY DIVISION.
FROM MARKET STREET FERRY.
Accom. for New York, via Perth Amhoy
ami Jamesburg and Monmouth Junciioa
« 39 a m and 2 p m, connecting for hotz
Branch and Squuu.
Accom. for Tienton, connecting with Id
press ? rains for New York,6/(0, 8 and 1#
a ni. 12 noon, 2, 3 30, 4 30 and 5 30 p m.
Way Train for Burlington 0 10 p m. .Sun
day Trai us 10 a in. a nd lands 30 p m.
Way Train for Boi.inilown, Sand 1130pm
On Sunday at 5 30 o in.
For Kiukorn Brand
1 t>3t)a m. 2 and J 30 pm
For Highlstown 0, 6 30, a in., 2,845 and all
p m.
For Long Branch and New York 8 a m.
For Tuckertown 8 a m anil 5 p in.
For Medford 0 and 11 15 a m, 3-15 and 151
pm.
Foi'Mt. Holly and Pemberton 6,8, anil II li
a 111. 3 15, 5, and 0 30 p in. t or Ml. Hull!
1, and 11 80 p m.
Sunday Tralnsfor Mt. Holly 10 am, 1 uni
and 0 pm.
For Mercbantvllle und Moorestown lupin,
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Haturdajl
only.
The Union Transfer Company will call
for and check baggage from Hotels and
Residences. Time cards and full Interim
tion can be obtained at the Depots aud
Ferry named above, aud at 1 he following:
Ticket ) No. 838 Chestnut Street,
>B. E. Cor. Broad A Chestnut.
Offices. I No. 110 Market St.
FRANK THOM CHON, D. M. BOYD, .IK.
Gen'l Manager. iien'l Bameiiijer 4jh
P HILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
MAY 3, 1876.
Trains will leave Wilmington as followi
for
Philadelphia and Intermediate station!
(i 40, 7,8 10, 8 20, 9 30, 9 52, 10 15, 10 30, a m.
2 30, 5 05. 7 20,9 54 pm.
Philadelphia and New York 132am. 1211
12 37,5 48 pm.
Baltimore and Intermediate Stations 125ti,
8 30 a m. 5 20,8 41 p m. „
Baltimore and Washington 1252,155, 8 4
am 12 53, 123,5 20,7 10 pm.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for
New Castle 12 55, 620,9 35, a m. 1 2,5,6 30, - «
V > m.
yoming and Intermediate Stations 12 m
9 35 a m. 6 30, 7 46 p m.
Deltnar and Intermediate Stations 12ot
935, am, 6 30 p m.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate Station*,
* 810 am. 4 45, 6 30, pm.
Philadelphia ami New York* 1 32 a m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1252, 155am,
For further lnforma' ion passengers w
referred to the time tables posted al
depot.
Jvnl-ly
H. F. KENNEY, Bapt.
C HANGE OF HOURS—WILMINGTON
& WESTERN RAILROAD—CoinmeM
lng Monday, May 22, 1876, Trains will w»
as follows: , ...
Leave Wilmington 1020 a m, 5 30 anu ,*>
pm.
Leave Landenburg 6 45a m, 12 45 and 7P#
Arrive Wilmington 7 65 am, 2 20 and**
pm. ,
Arrive Landenburg 1155 a in, 6 40 and »*
BoNNECTJONS.-At Wilmington with
P W 4 Band Delaware It R trains. .
At Landenburg with Penna St Dei I,raw
Pennsylvonla Railroad.
aug23-tf DAVID CONNELL, Hop'.
EDUCATIONAL.^ __
ILLANOVA COLLEGE,DELAWARE
COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA,
.his institution, chartered wi!h L a,
sity Privileges, is under the charge ™ r
Augustlnlan Fathers, and offers sijF ,,
advantages to students, whodcslre to
thorough Classical, HclentlHi'< ,r
eial course. It is situated on the
vania Central Railroad, eleven miles (
Philadelphia. Railroad Station and
Office on tire College grounds.
T.- rins: Per session of five montns,
vnnee,) $150.
For lull particulars,-send for a
Very Rev. T, OALBREY,
preside 111.
X
caialoii 11 *'
dec.l-lyr.
T* JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
CHESTNUT HILL, PHILADELPB lAl
Under the care ol the Sisters ol St.
The course of instruction Includes a A
branches of a useful and Christian
tion. . rp,,]tlo»
Annual pension for Board ft ' l i r „ Kt
$200. For further particulars, aodre 1
IIAKYJO*"
s
MOTHER
sepl-ly
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