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THE SIOUX INDIAN
Latest Advices From
Mexico.
3AD DROWNING CASE
Democratic Victory In Al
abama.
THE EASTERN QUESTION.
The Appropriation Bills in the
Two Houses.
The Senate Yesterday.
By Associated Press.
Washington .August 8.—The Chair laid
before the Senate a communication from
the Secretary of War enclosing a letter
from the Chief of the Engineer Corps,
United States Army, remonstrating against
the proposed amendment to the River and
Harbor Appropriation bill, in regard to
limiting the availability of the appropriation
for the Improvement of the Southwest Pass
of the Mississippi river.
He expresses the opinion that if the
amendment should be finally adopted it will
stop the work and interfere with the com
merce of New Orleans. Ordered to be
printed and lie on the table.
Mr.Hitchcock, Neb. called up the Senate
bill to establish the territory of Pembina
and to establish a temporary government
therefor.
After a brief discussion, Mr. Edmunds
moved to postpone its further consideration
until the first Monday in December next.
Rejected—yeas 23, nays 23.
The bill was then passed by yeas 31,
nays 19.
Mr. Merrimon, N. C., from the Commit
tee on the District of Columbia, reported
with amendments the Senate bill to punish
embezzlement in the District os . Columbia.
Placed on the calendar.
Mr. Edmunds called up the reports of the
majority and minority of the committee
which Investigated the circumstances at
tending the late election in Mississippi, and
it was ordered to be printed in the record
and lie on the table.
Mr. Logan, from the Committee on Miii
taro Afiairs, reported adversely on the Sen
bill to pardon deserters from the United
States 'Army, and It was indefinitely post
poned.
Mr. Bogy, Mo., entered a motion to re
consider the vote by which the bill to es
tablish the Territory of Pembina was passed
and gave notice that he would move to
change the name to Algonquin.
The Senate then, on motion of Mr. Gor
don, proceeded to reconsider the subjects on
the calendar not objected to.
The concurrent resolution to print 25,000
copies of the report of the Commission of
Agriculture for the year 1875 was taken up,
and Mr. Paddock, Neb., submitted an
amendment to print 100,000 copies of the
report for the year 1874 and 200,000 copies
of the report of the year 1875. Agreed to—
yets, 34; nays, 11,
Mr.Sargeant said this resolution, which,
as reported, would not have cost the Gov
ernment over 810,000, had been amended
to cost at least 8120,000. The resolution
was then
Anythony
vote by which it was agreed to, and said
there was no money to pay for the work.
If the Senate wanted these books printed it
mu6t make appropriations therefor. He
would submit an an amendment to that
effect, although he was opposed to printing
the reports.
Mr. Paddock, Neb., suggested that the
resolution could be amended in theHouse of
Representatives so as to make the necessary
appropriation, or a bill could be passed by
the Senate hereafter making the necessary
apprepriati on to print the report.
Mr. Conkling, N. Y., said he was opposed
to any such legislation. Let the Senate
make the appropriation in the bill ordering
the printing.
The Senate then resumed consideration of
the resolution to print 10,000 extra copies
of the message of the President, and ac
companying documents in reference to the
recent trouble at Hamburg, 8. C. Mr.
Eatonof Conn, resumed his speech
menced yesterday in opposition to the reso
lution. He spoke at great length, his
marks being of a general political nature.
Mr. Patterson spoke in reply to Mr. Eaton,
but before he concluded his remarks the
Senate adjourned without taking any action
on the resolution.
agreed to, but subsequently
, R. I,, moved to reconsider the
Mr.
com
re
Thf Disposition of Indian Ponies.
By Associated Tress,
Washington, August 8.—A telegram
has been received at the War Department
from Gen. Sheridan, asking the authority
of the Secretary of War to sell Indian ponies
captured or surrendered at such price as we
can get for them, the funds so accumulated
to be held for the purchase of cattle for the
Indians, to be purchased at the proper time.
The embarrassment of taking care of
ponies makes It necessary to dispose of
them at once. General Sheridan says they
will not sell for much, but the main object
is to get them away from the Indians. The
request hss been relerred to the Commis
slner of Indian Affairs for a report from
him, and it is probable that the department
will concur with General Sheridan on tbe
subject.
Hostile Indians in Terns.
By Associated Press.
Lxavkn worth,K s., August 8.—A rumor
come* here from northern Texas, that a
lam body of Indians said to number from
2,000 to 8,000, are camped on the norh fork
of the Rod river, about twenty or thirty
miles from Fort Elliot, and that treat fears
exist
among the people of that section, that
meditate mischief if not war. It is
they are well armed, and have an
abundance 0 f proriatona,
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M* M Um Legielat
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tight and this morning
towards an adjustment
«_ ——eooss as to warrant, in
of several members of the com
sctztlon that a report
upon this afternoon.
made each
of the pent:
the opmlot
mittee, confident e
will be finally agre
The committee remained In section last
night until 1:30 A. M.
The Alsbaeui Election.
By Associated Press.
Montgombbt, August 8.—Returns con
tinue to show large Democratic gains out of
65 counties every one will give a Democra
tic majority except 6 or 7. The Democrats
will have 27 ont of 33 Senators, and at least
80 out of 100 representatives. This secures
a Democratic successor to Senator Goldth
waite, the present Incumbent in the United
States Senate, further information is re
ceived that order and quiet prevailed every
where.
The Hones Yesterday.
Is
By Associated Press.
Washington, August 8.— At the'cloee of
the morning hour, Mr. Bland, of Missouri,
announced his willingness to allow any
amendment to be offered to the bill; but
his proposition was not seceded to by the
opponents of the bill. The remainder of
the session was consumed by Messrs. Hale
and Cox, who made long speeches on the
subject of general politics.
Movements or Senators.
By Associated Press.
Washington, August 8.—Senator Mor
ton left here this morning for Indianapolis,
and will return on Monday. He will de
liver his opening speech of the campaign at
Indianapolis on Friday next.
Senator Burnside, who has been detained
at his home on account of illness, for the
past month, resumed his duties in the Sen
ate to-day.
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The Turf In New York.
By Associated Press.
Rochester, N. Y., August 8.—First day
of the races at Rochester Driving Park.
The 2.36 race was won by Geerge Sprague,
Membrino Kate, second and Hattie R third.
Time 2.24, 2.21 and 2.23. The 2.24 race
was won by Little Fred, Blue Mare second
and Little Gypsy third. Time 2.21,2.22 and
2 . 21 .
Sod Drowning Accident.
By Associated Press.
Mayville, N. Y., August 8.—James
Spicer and his daughter aged 12 years, and
John Fillmore, all of Mayville, were cap
sized from a row boat last night, near Pur
ley's dock, at Long Point, on Chautaupla
lake, and all drowned. The bodies have
been recovered.
of
The Indians Who Fought Custer.
By Associated Press.
Washington, August 8.—Reports re
ceived at the War Department ftom Gen.
Sheridan state that many of the Indians
now coming Into the reservation carry arms
captured from the 7th Cavalry in the late
Custer massacre.
to
Shot Dead.
By Associated Press.
New Orleans, August 8.—E. A. Car
bon, colored, wa6 to-day shot dead by Ja6.
P. Grinault, in the Civil Court Building.
The difficulty arose about a law suit. Grin
ault is imprisoned.
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The Herald in Concrete
In a recent speech, delivered in the Na
tional House of Representatives by Judge
Kelley, of Pennsylvania, an article from the
Morning Herald was largely quoted from
and its truthfulness and sound argument
credited, by that able gentleman.
The Weather Yesterday.
By Associated Press.
Probabilities predicts possible rains foi
this section.
the
Mr.
TERRIBLE DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.
A Bey Brutally Murdered by hie
Father—Another Son Seriously In
jured.
The Cincinnati "Commercial" of yester
day says :
A bloody affray occurred in the little vil
lage ef Oxley, a subdivision of Lockland, on
tbe Hamilton and Dayton Railway, about
ten miles north of this city, at 9 o'clock
yesterday morning resulting in the death of
a boy, and serious if not fatal injury of an
other. It was the result of domestic
troubles, the particulars of which are as
follows:
Burrell Dudley, a colored man
with his wife and several children,
reside at Oxley. It seems that Dudley
and his wife have not lived happily
together, but their home has often
but the scene of bitter quarrels. Two sons,
Alexander, aged fifteen ysarg, and Joseph,
aged seventeen, have on all occasions taken
the part of their mother, and saved her
from harm. Yesterday morning Dudley be
came Involved in a quarrel with his wife
about some trivial matter, and would pro
bably have inflicted upon her some bodily
injury, when, as usual, the two boys inter
fered. This exasperated him to such a de
gree that lie seized a shot gun, close at hand
and taking atm at Alexander, fired, the
charge of buckshot entering his abdomen,
producing a ghastly wound, from the ef
fects of which he died soon after.
The Infuriated father then turned
Joseph and commenced beating him over
the head with the gun, breaking the stock
of the weapon all to pieces, and finally left
him for dead.
The wife escaped by running to the house
of a neighbor living near by, and gave the
alerm. Dudley was soon after overpow
ered and arrested. He was placed in charge
of the Town Marshal, and locked up for
safe keeping until this morning, when it
was the intention to bring him to the city
and lock him up in the county jail.
Last night, however, the colored people
residing in that vicinity began to assemble
around the house In which Dudley was con
fined, and fears were entertained that they
would make an attempt to lynch him. In
order to prevent suen action, the Marshal
with the aid of some friends, succeeded in
escaping from the crowd with his prisoner,
and, procuring a wagon, at one o'clock
morning safely landed his prisoner in the
Hamilton county jail.
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Late freshets have swept away several
bridges in Cecil county.
Not a single marriage license was Issued
ip Garrett county last month.
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By Associated Pra ps . '
Now Tons, August 8.—The mall steam
ship from Vera Crus arrived to-day .bringing
advices ftom the city of Mexico, to July 98.
There has been no change oi importance
in the political or military situation.
President Lerdo has issued a decree laying
another extraordinary contribution on all
property valued above 98,000, and on mer
cantile bills and drafts.
Porllo Dias is in Oaxaca where he is coldly
treated by the people.
In ExMan a cobnter revolution has been
gotten up against him.
The Indians have burned the house of
the revolutionary chief Fidencio Herandea.
8inaloe has been declared in a state of
A hurricane at Vere Cruz on the night of
July 33d did much damage to buildings, but
the American shipping in the harbor was
unharmed.
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Dr.
be
Official Intelligence on the Eastern
ttneatton.
By Associated Press.
New Yobk, August 8.— Aristarcbl Bey,
the Turkish Minister, has received the fol
lowing official despatch:
Constantinople, August 8.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs to the
Turkish Minister at Washington:
After having taken the necessary steps
and established bridges to cross the Timok,
Osman Pacha assumed the offensive against
Zaltchar. The Servian army assembled
there, abandoned its position and fled, Os
man Pacha pursued and routed them, the
Servians leaving a great number of dead
and wounded. The Imperial troops then
took possession of Zaltchar and occupied
Is most Important and strategical points.
J.
■orvia Hopeless of Success.
By Associated Press.
London, August 8.—The "Pall Mall Ga
zette's" Berlin despatch has the following:
"The 'National Zeitung' says Servia, des
pairing of a successful issue of the war, has
requested the powers to mediate in favor of
peace. Servia's attempt to raise a war loan
in Russia has proved to be a failure."
A Servian Fortress Abandoned.
By Associated Press.
London, August 8.—A dispatch to Reut
er'sTelegram Company from Constantinople
says: Private telegrams from Widden, dated
yesterday, announce that in consequence of
the capture of Gurgusivatz, the Servian
General Lescbjanin had abandoned Saits
char and marched to join Gen. Tcbernayeff.
The Turks occupied Saltschar unopposed.
Policy of the New Cabinet.
By Associated Press.
Bucharest, August 8.—In the Chamber
of Deputies to-day the Prime Minister ex
plained the foreign policy of the new Cab
inet. He stated that the policy would be
one of strict neutrality, maintaining, how
ever, the public security and vigilantly
guarding the national frontiers.
What Turkey Proposes to do.
By Associated Press.
Vienna, Augusts.— 1 The "Tagblott" says
Turkey will admit the Intervention of the
powers in the case of Eontenegro, but will
refuse in that of Servia. Alter occupying
Belgrade Turkey will order the Skuptschina
to elect a new Prince.
Arrival Out of the France.
By Associated Press.
Plymouth, August 8.—The steamship
France, of- the French line of steamships,
arrived here at 2 o'clock this morning, and
is proceeding to Havre. She left New York
at 11 o'clock on the morning of July 29.
A Railroad Collision.
By Associated Press.
London, August 8,—A collision occurred
on the Somerset and Dorse Railroad, near
Radstock, between a London train and an
empty excursion train. Twelve persons
were killed and thirty wounded.
Republican Nominations.
By Associated Press.
Cincinnati, August 8.—The Republi
cans to-day nominated Judge Stanley
Mathews, in tbe Second district and Judge
M. F. Force in First district, Ohio, for Con
gress.
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Bancroft Davis Bound Homo ward.
By Associated Press
Berlin, August 8.—J. Bancroft Davis,
the American Minister, left last night for
the United States.
THE GOSPEL CHURCH.
Meeting of Disaffected Church Member*.
The call made by circular for a meeting
in the Board of Trade rooms last evening of
those favorable to the establishment of a
"Gospel Church," as the outgrowth of
Delaware Avenue Baptist Church, was re
sponded to by about one hundred and
twenty-five persons, at least seventy-five of
whom were ladles. Tbe meeting was called
to order by Mr. Frank A. Taylor, who was
made President, and Mr. James H. Appleby
was made Secretary.
The object of the call was stated, and a
liberal discussion was then entered into con
cerning the object of the meeting and the
wide publication it had been given in the
public prints. The discussion took a wide
scope and brought out those favorable to,
and those opposed to the movement In
which there was considerable feeling
shown. It was then moved and seconded
that a committee be appointed to wait upon
the pastor, Rev. Isaac M. Haldoman;
explain to him the object of the meeting,
and ask his sympathies therewith. A vote
was taken upon this in which there was
much opposltian shown, but was carried,
and the following committee appointed:
Aaron Sawan, James Hargis, James H. Ap
pleby, E. F. James, E. S. Pryor, Andrew
Marshal, Frank Ball and Wm. Stout. The
ladles all voted as a unit upon this, while a
great many of the gentlemen opposed It.
The success of the movement depends alto
gether upon Mr. Haldeman's decision, and
that will be known sometime this week.
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A live Alligator Caught upon the Streets
Yesterday, Joseph Worth, of this blace,
caught a young alligator in the alley run
ning between the Court House and the
Banking House of D. M. McFarland. It
was about 20 Inches in length and as lively
as a cricket. Mr* Worth
found that the stranger belonged to Mr. W.
W. Jeffcris, and that it had strolled out
without first obtaining a leave of absence.—
"West Chester Looal."
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The fc B owtoc aaW real estate hare
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to a
fileaa'lflumonxnu a**,'...
ground rant of $380, lying near SykeevUla,
to Theodora Motto for 184,000; the form of
J»mee Crlnee, 10S acres, to Henry Held
man, for $20 per acre.
The skeleton of a man was found at Cum
berland, on Saturday, by some street work
men who were removing an embankment..
The skeleton is believed to be that of a fed
eral soldier, who was hune at Cumberland
during the war for killing the lieutenant of
his company, and was buried near where
the skeleton was found.
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A white man named Colllson was
drowned lest week while fishing off Wag
german's marsh, Dorchester county.
Last week bids for 830,000 of Cecil
county bonds were opened, and 812,800 of
them were taken at par, no lower bids being
accepted.
fat acres of the farm of Henry
a. stiles, in Cecil county, have been aold to
Dr. C. M. Ellis for 92,500.
Dorchester county agricultural fair will
be held on the 20th, 21st and 23d of- Sep
tember.
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A three-year-old eon of Capt. Hall, of
Salisbury, died recently from eating con
centrated lye.
by
NEW ADVEHTISEMENTB.
Clothing—De Wolf.
J. W Canary—Clothing.
Excursion to Ocean City.
Sunday Excursion—W. A W. R. R.
Auditor's Sale—Henry Pretzschner.
Auditor's Sale—Second Baptist Churcb..
Drs, Lutze and Bisaell—Turkish Baths.
2 50
Ladies' Suits!
NEW STYES! FRESH GOODS!
A
1,300
PIECES ALL
Silk Ribbons !
AT 35 CENTS A YARJ
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THE BEST GOODS in THE MARKET
EXTRA BARGAINS IN
Black Silk!
M, L. LICHTENSTEIN,
32« MARKET STREET.
GRAY & BRO m
Dealers In
Groceries & Provisions.
SUGAR AI COST.
Teas
I,
As
As
As
AND
Coffees
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
TURKEY PRUNES!
8 Cento Per Pound.
2 CANS OF TOMATOES FOR 26 GENTS.
DRIED PEaRS 15 cento per lb.
N. W. COR. SECOND * KINO STREETS.
Jnn2-eod _
JEFFERSON HOUSE,
NEW CASTLE.
This elegant and delightfully located
property, having gone Into new hands, has
been thoroughly and elegantly renovated
and Improved, and the undersigned hav
ing spared neither pains nor expense in
furnishing and stocking it, will offer ac
commodations and facilities second to no
oountry Hotel on the Peninsula.
Now attached to the property Is one of
the finest stables in the State, under the
efficient management of Messrs, Tuft and
Fox, who Will offer every accommodation
of a
FIRST GLASS LIVERY.
The Inspection and patronage
pnblio is respeetfully Invited.
OEO. v A. MILLINGTON.
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UNKEL'B MAGIC
HAIR RESTORER.
_stores gray-mixed, red, light or faded
heads of hair, beards or moustaches, to a
beautiful brown or black, in from one to
four appl icatlons. It Is free from sulphur,
lead, aoids, mercury, silver, or anything in
jurious to either hair or beiu d.
IT DOES NOT FADE OB HUB OFF.
Expressed to all parts on recelptof one
dollar, or six bottles for five dollars. At the
VINE
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pumRPIUSKOOAL
B Dd net fowl Font's Enterprise
UUs hot weather. It may not be a
Coal
a good
time to barn it, but It is osrtalnly a good
time to buy, aa ba has a good supply an
hand which he la aelllng at the lowest
market prices.
JOSEPH TOUT.
Waet and Water,
and
Orange end Water Sts,
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T AY IN YOUR COAL EARLY.
J NOW IS THE TIME.
You will get the CLEANEST and brightest
COAL by buying early.
We are quite confident it will not be low
er this season. Send us your orders for
TURKEY BUN LEHIGH COAL,
And you will certainly be pleased with l 1 .
an it has no superior, or for the celebrated
SHAWNEE, which is also a very good
article.
ADAM GRUBB A SON,
an6-8m Twentieth and Market, 9th Ward.
LTHOUGH IT HAS BEEN ANNOTINC
ed by official circular that the whole
sale price of coal will advanoe July 1st, we
shall continue the present retail prioe
of the favorite
A
SHAWNEE,
Until August 1st. Look to your interests
by sending us your orders during Jane or
July.

CHAS- WARNER a CO,.
Market Street Wbarf.
Refrigerators.
Water Coolers.
A FULL LINE OF
CLIMAX REFRIGERATORS.
With Porcelain-Lined Water Cooler.
THE BEST MADE.
From $17.00 to $45.00.
THE CHESTER REFRIGERATOR,
From •• np
WATER COOLERS FOR $1.50.
CaU and examine.
H. F. PICKELS,
Nos. 7 and 9 East Fourth Street
June 14-tf
N RECEIPT OF FOUR DOLLARS
0
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
Seven Shot Revolver,
AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES.
JAMES A BROTHER,
204 Market Street, Wilmington, Del.
JUST OPENED;
A VERY CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND 1GAUZ
MERINO UNDERWEAR.
RUFFL1NOS, LACES, TIES, CORSE
AND NOTIONS, IN GREAT VARIETY
S. H. STAATS,
No. 417 Market Street
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A MYSTERY!
I, on the Brandywine, a path was treading,
When the sun his rays were shedding,
Beaming, gleaming, fairly streaming
through the trees.
And I watched the river glistening,
As entranced 1 there was listening,
To the melting, merry music of the
breeze.
'Neath a giant tree reclining,
Where no ray of sun was shining,
Lo! 1 saw a fellow being on the
ground.
Though no other feature shllted,
Quickly soon his eyes uplifted,
Upward lifted as he wildly looked
around.
Good friend, said I approaching,
Do not charge me with ensroacning,
Are you waiting for some messenger
of news 7
But no other words he uttered,
And no other sentence muttered.
Save you'll find there's none like Bab
cock's Boots and Shoes,
No misrepresentation of goods.
Then I drew a little nearer,
And spoke the words mnch clearer,
1 trust good sir, that you, the question
will excuse.
But he only cried the higher,
With enthusiastic fire,
Yon'll save your cash b
cock's Boots and
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
Why bless me, man, I shouted,
As his sanity 1 doubted.
'Tis surely nought to me what people
goods you use.
But he only looked the prouder.
As he spoke the words the louder,
There's always perfect comfort in
Babcock's Boots and Shoes.
The largest, cheapest and best stock in
the city.
Lo, I left him there reclining,
Where no ray of sun was shining,
And frequently I wondered at the
words the man did use.
Thinking surely 'twas a mystery
And that some hidden history
Was weaving 'round myself and Bab
cock's Boots and Shoes.
Competition defied,
Lo, I then resolved to buy them.
Nay, I felt compelled to try them,
And forthwith went to the cor .Second
and Market* no time to lose,
And behold I have cause for gladness.
That the words I deemed were madness,
Induced me first to purchase Babcock's
Boots and Shoes.
by buying
Shoes.
Bab
's
JOHN K BABCOCK,
BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM,
M. W. COB. SECOND AND MARKET,
Wilmington, Del.
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Arrive Wilmington 7 55 .a m, 2 20
Arrive Landenburg 1165 a m, 6 to and
SoNNROTIONS.—At Wilmlm.tr,.
P Wa Bland Delaware BRwf '
At Landenburg with Penna 4 De'lR,
Penney Ivon la Railroad. "
nug23-tf DAVID CON NELL, Sj
PENNSYLVANIA KAILROaET^
"on AND after Sunday, December 5th
M«ke'tstrts. DePOt '
MAIN LINE WESTWARD,
Paoll Accom. 6 20,9, and 10 a in., l in i
8 30, and 1190 p m. on Sunday, 6 30
1, and 7 40 pm. " '
Limited FaBt Mall daily,
Niagara Express dally, except
Sunday,
Renova and Kane Express dailr
except Sunday,
York and Hanover Express
cept Sunday, , a
Loo t Haven Mall, except Sunday, 8 oo
York Mall dally, except Sunday,
Mail Train daily, (on Sunday
leaves at 9 a m and runs only to
■ Harrisburg,) euua
Downlngtown Accom. 1100 a m, and II
pm. On Sunday at 8 30 am.
Fast Line dally, except Sunday, 1255»
Elmira A L. Haven Exp., except
Sunday,
York, Hanover and Fred'k Accom.
except Sunday,
Harrisburg Accom. daily, except
Sunday,
Bryn Mawr Accom. daily, except
Sunday,
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cept Sunday,
Parkesburg Train
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720;
720
, ei
800
12 55 p
1255 p
2 30 p
3 OOp
4 00a
daily, except
Pittsburg Express dally, except
Sunday,
Cincinnati Express daily,
Pacific Express dally,
Erie Mail and Buffalo Express,
except Saturday, 1155 p.
Emigrant Express, 1205 am, daily exed
Monday, for which tickets must be pn
cured and baggage delivered at llOMarn
street,by5pm. »
NEW YORK DIVISION.
Express for New York, 240, 330, 720, 81
and II a m, (Limited New York Expw
125pm.) 135, 310, 435, 530,6 35 and7pu
and 12 midnight. On Sunday 240,33
8 80 a m,, 4 35, 6 35,7 p m. and 12 nigh
Mail Train 7 am. Emigrant Train It
New York 1140 p m.
Accommodation for Trenton, 2 30 p in.,
Express lor Long Branch and Squan, ,7
am, and 135pm.
FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT
Bustleton, 6 85 am, 12noon, 5 and725pi
Way Train for Bristol 615 p m.
Trenton, 655 and 10 15 a m, 2, 3 30, 410,5
and 8 20 a m. On Sunday 9 15 a m ana
p m.
Express for New York 8 40 a m.
Express for Long Branch, 2 pm,
BELVIDERE DIVISION.
From Kensington Depot— Express i
Trenton, Lambertvllle, Phllllpsbui
Easton, Water Cap, Scranton, Ac.J
a m and 3 30 p m. Express for Belviaf
1015am.
For Lambertvllle, Pennington and Hop
well 1015 a m and 5 15 P m. .,
For Flemington 8 65 ana 1015 a in, and 3
p m.
Lt
Eiorm
jiiis
5 30 p
615 p
910 p
1155 p
ay,
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AMBOY DIVISION. 1
FROM MARKET STREET FERRY* I
Accom. for New York, via Perth Ambojl
and Jamesburg and Monmouth Junciiool
6 36 a m and 2 p m, connecting for Long I
Branch and Squau. ... ...
Accom. for Trenton, connecting with "
press Trains for New York, 6 33, 8 and «
a m, 12 noon, 2,3 36,4 36 and 5 3U p m.
Way Train for Burlington 6 16 p m. Hun
day Trains 16a m. and 1 and 5p m
Way Train for Bordentown, 8 and 1130 P ">|
On Sunday at 5 30 pm. ,,
For Klnkora Branch 630 a m. 2 and 4 SO P m
For Hlghtstown 6, 6 80, a in., 2,345 anil
p m.
For Long Branch and New York 8 am.
For Tuckertown 8am and 5 pm.
For Medford 6 and 1115 a m, 345 and #<*>
ForMt. Holly and Pemberton 6,8, and U13
a m. 3 46, 5, and 6 30 p m. I or Mt. BOW
1, and 1130 p m.
Sunday Trains for Mt. Holly 10 a m
and6pm. m
For Merchantville and Moorestown 10 p
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturaw
will a* 1 !
, 1 and
only.
The Union Transfer Com pa
for and check baggage from — ..
Residences. Time cards and full
tloncanbe obtained at the Depots *
Ferry named above, and at the following
Ticket l No. 838 Chestnut Street,
VS. E. Cor. Broad A Chestnut.
Offices. I No. 116 Market St.
FRANK THOMPSON, D. M. BOYD, JR. . ,
Gen'I Manager . Gen'l Passenger W
anil
DRUGGISTS.
W. E. Williams ,
DRUGGIST,
Ninth and Market Streets,
Wilmington, Del.
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