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ONLYDEMOCRVTIC DAILY NEWSPAPER at IN THE STATE. ] erD EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Evening journal. JOURNAL PRINTING COMPANY, PUBLISHERS. FOURTH AND SHIPLEY STREETS. WILMJNGTON, DELAWARE. Entered at the Wilmington post-office as sec ond-class matter. _ the for .... $3.no I 1 car !lJ6 I I of I __ ■■■■ — I for Wednesday, FEBRUARY 13, I 8»s. | Its SUBSCRIPTION RATES. tin ADVANCE,) One year... 8lx months. Throe month*. One month. ADVERTISING HATES. Cards furnished nn application. Being and Doing Miss Johnstone Murray treats her readers to some observations upon this I ever important subject in the February I number of Womanklrd, which strikes ns a , ,. . pedal Interest to mothers; it is therefore I a pleasure to give our readers the benefit I CU of them as follows- I "It is better to be than to do. One j eminently well expressed and of es B8 may shine among her fellows and be noted for the doing of many good things yet at heart be far from good, or beanti ful or true. Nobility is within, and while it always manifests itself in onr acta, it is not always fine that onr actions are what they seem. Men have been burned at the stake because they I were stubborn and headstrong and loved I their owu way "The distinction between doing and _. ! being should be especially remembered I in the training of children. We are so ready to .he satisfied with mere good I conduct, possibly because bad conduct j gives ua annoyance personally, that we I 1 1 av a « a vul .. 1 v I overlook tbe true paint We punish I ard reward children for what they do; I i the child's definition of badness Is 'doing I what mamma doesn't allow,'and, having j logical mind than bis mother, the «w» 4L.4 I# tu. , u I little one soon sees that fth, .ln a entirely in tbe doing, all will be well it he is not found out, aud he is encouraged to practise deceit, •■We used to go more deeply into the , q lestlon of moraU; we need to under stand the principle that teaches that the man who batetb his brother 1» a mur- I derer; we need to learn that it Is as | wrong to think a lie as to tell it, and that | ''When your little one refrains from I helplng himself to the ptutry jam-pot I because mamma will whip him if ha | touches, be has, iu addition to being a thief, become a coward, and yon have succeeded In implanting within him the most contemptible of all traits, yon tesoh him the difference between I mine an 1 thine, aud Implant within his I . , , a, . I tender conscience an abhorrence of touch ing what does not.belong to him,yon have J laid the foundations of a character of | true nobility. a more the hands are nothing—it is the heart that is all. Bat If I The dealer who telle his local news- 1 papjrs that he does not believe ln adver-1 1 Look carefully over the I blotting paper in the hotel register and I you will find him Find a dust-covered eopy of the city directory aud you will 1 see his ad there. The man who is pub Fishing a history of the police depart ment always bunts him out, and the aaen with - programs and novelties fi ick I nbont him I * Premier Roeeberry seems to have for- | gotten all about home rule, Using can usually be found advertising somewhere. Daring the coming week the ohilfifon | Why Not th® Peach Hlassom ? of the public schools will be called upon to signify their choie» of a fl >wer which shall be considered tbe atata fl >wer, and it would be well to sae which of the many fragrant and beautiful specimens Other states have performed this graceful act, aud the golden rod, the daisy, the sunflower, aud her msjesty, tbe rose, already occupy thrones ol honor. Delaware should not be iu the ot nature's handiwork ia entitled to the honor. rear iu this. Wherever tho name ot Dataware 1* mentioned, a suggestion of pusche» goss The, peach with it. Then why not choose the frag rant, delicate and beautiful blos>om of the Amygdalus Persies, blossom would be a fitting flawer for the Diamond State Dass anyone suppose that if William Penn was alive he would turn his back on the city of his love, as hie statue is made to do? Not much; he would face municip*! corruption aud fight for reform until Philadelphia was purged of her political and social wickedness. Penn was always foremost iu goad works, Us laid out his city on th» tq lare aud be believed iu the golden rale General Rejoicing will take command when Congress adjourns, # Cor.gressu.fcL (to a colleague)—Did yon get anything iu your stocking at Christ* ma*? Colleague (wrathfullj) -Not in my a .. T .* . .. , stocking ; I gel ererylhing tu the neck nowaaajs.__ Tamiaauy is being reorganized, watt ! Be EDITORIAL COMMENT. The bakers have at last yielded to the demand for cheaper bread. Now let have .cheaper gas, cheaper coal, obeaper rents and cheaper telephone servie«.— New York Tribune. (Southern cotton mills are a good enough investment for New England capita). It should never have touched those Hawaiian bonds.—BL Louis Post Dlspateh. Tbe Mexicans are Holing because tbeir bull-fights are nut brutal enoogh Why not give them a tew college foot ball pamt-a?—Detroit Sun. It is not th* nu-ubtr of bills which Legislature pass. which attests its dustry, but ott«, tu« number which reject»—India:.«, .is Journal. Senator Ue> a has r condition * of q alesesncs onerous du't.. ere cjufia-.d to locking rued to which »6 profound and keeping »till.—Chicago Record. A little dash of cotton gin Is what is present reviving the spirit.» of South commerce — Washington Star, - CONTEMPORARY OPINION. Th« Railway Company Should Fay. From the Dally Republican. The Wilmington City Passenger Rail way Company should be made to pay into city treasury a certain sum per year ite valuable franchise The street railway companies of even little Cheater, only thirteen miles from onr city, pay a certain sum per year for each and every, run over its lines into the city treasury of Chester. The street railways Reading and every other city In the Union but Wilmington pay into the city the privilege. We call npon our city fathers to s«e that this corporation pays share of taxes like other railway cor porations in other cities. From the Philadelphia Ledger, A newspaper famine, while not fatal to life, is one of tbe annoying experiences of community isolated from the world by .insurmountablesnow drifts. Many inland kown8 | u an( j other states have been (, 0 ff f rom the accustomed supply of news furnished to them by the great dailies. This has been a real deprivation, but It has taught th» snowbound com munities bow much the daily newppaper ministers to their happiness. The Newnpaper Wan MlMHed. Cheap Living, From the Philadelphia Star. The cost of living In Chicago has been reduced to what seems to be tbe mini mum point. At. an establishment known a3 (,1^ "Men's Home Saloon," those who purchase five cent drinks are treated to (soup and sandwiches, and ten cent of drinks to a meal Precisely how this la all done is not explained, nn , ega t,h e drluks are all profit, aud oven the proprietors that a number oflfemale assistants are employed and a piano is played by a pretty girl, in order that the cheap inucberB way have full enjoyment Here n Philadelphia there are establishments »bete bugs piaycards announce dinner, with choice of three kinds of meats, »hree vegetables, bread and butter, depart, and tea, ooff**, milk, or cboco a 'j for ten ' oent8 , ..... , f 7 th ey dettre to make them „ lve8 felt ln pohtic3 they can through their fathers, husbands, brothers and sweethearts They are felt at tbe polls jost as much as if they were present themselves. In regard to occupations, every gate is open to them, in every etate In the Union women may be found ac tlve!y engaged In every line of busl ness, and they »re universally respected, Certainly this is the case in Atlanta municipal officers shall be exempt from th * lneome U *' ,w *J n Pf 0 * 1 * 1 * 1 - There are m«ny public functionaries in this elty and J w „ guppose ln 0Tery other clty t he country, whose incomes rnn well over the sum at which tbe tax begins, then tbrre cannot be any money in it to Aud yet it Is stated Against Wnam'i Huffruge, From the Atlanta Constitution. At the present time women have all Why These Exceptions'/ From the New York Journal. By the income tax law it i» declared that salaries due to state, county or and this clause relieves them of a burden that falls upon all the rest of the people. There are perhaps some good rescons for v* 1 , , but ™ t° ,lot ««« tham YYhy should aman ba exempt from this tax because his income Is derived from the treasury of some city rather than from any other source? What is the pecullar jl'y in political service that, thus com Pj #,el T apart from ail other sorts 0 "* rvic * ï'ollccksville says the excessive cold wcath ur *'" N b°nuiubod tbo trout Iu tho New river. Countless numbers of tho fish can be seen floating on top of tho water, and Weather Eton story. Raii ioi 1 , Feb. 13.—A special from A ( »bl people are picking them up lu large quan t itle -, Ono party secured 1,1)00. and there were 130 barrels shipped by express from Jacksonville, some of them w eighing 40 pounds and sell ng for ti aud 8 cents each. city in honor of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln was an event of large importance lie cause it brought together sucli n num ber of distinguished men and orators. Tho I speakers of the evening wore Governor I McKinley of Ohio, who spoke on Lincoln, 1 **ud General Borneo Porter of Now York, • wUü spoke on Lincoln aud Grant, The Vncunditlunal Republican* Dine. Al.HAKY, Feb. 13.—Tho dinner of the Unconditional Republican club of tills I'rm-i.ing and Starving Suitor», Newport. H. I., Fob. 13.—The sehouu I er Kagle of tiungur, from Now Y ork for 1 Boston, with oil, put in here crippled and with a crew badly frostbitten ond suffer ing from hunger. Captain Smith says he encountered a gale off Point Judith last I Friday morning. Trolley Car and Wagon Collide. Louisville, Fob. 13.—By a collision between an electric oar and a wagon Frank htory and wife received injuries which will probably result fatally. Tho motor limn saw that a collision \va« inevitable and sprang from ids car, letting it run wild. I inirtli CliiK. 1'o.tinasters« Washington, Fob. is.—The following fourth class postmasters were appointed: New Y'ork — Canaan Center, Minnie Brcnton; Gallatlnvllle, Jacob Kdolman; db«*ker. F. L. Church; Mohawk Hill, j John Sims; I'orryshurg, K. P. Johnson, Watf.uiown, N. Y'., Fob. 13.— \ lli-e Iteslue«. riace. Iturncd. I broke out nt Yloxandria Kay which "T d „ U " We ' lr!,!t ,,luok ,,1B "I* 1 ' 11 ' »»ousa. \V. T. Baaoom & urug »toro. Clmrlea rot tw ,dotbin B . Masonic lodge and Holland lilirary. Nunltii'Vpl I«'«* B^und. Nanti ( KET, Mas«., Fab. 13. — ■Lamer Island Home, Captain Bartow, made nn ineffectual attempt to open communication with Nantucket, which now shut off from the mainland by ice. us a in it Triple >*ur«lrr« , r Kun l>«nvu. Cotuy.LlA. : C.. Feb. 13.—Joe Aver lok, a triple mn. dercr. wes caught tn county and 1« in ;a!l awaiting tho arrival of extradition papers, when he will lie ried to Georgia for trial. Ttic New t.K-ntinant Gem-rat. WaSHIKuToN, Fob. 18.—Although suffering from the effects of tho grip. 1 tenant Schofield has resumed his off;vial duties at the war department. ribnrri' MfiuHfat'.liucr (trail. WATEunttsv. Conn, leb. 13.—Israel Holmes, 72 years old. one ot (ho pioneer tnanufuctuiers of tbo Naugatuck valley, died at hiFTfuimo.he- A that bis House» for »aie, 103 W. Eighth atrett. Hf,VE AGREED ON A PUN Ways and Means Committee Framing a Bond Bill. THE GOLD PURCHASE CONTRACT. (•(ivrrnmcnt Secretary C'«rliHÎe Sny.H tin Ala,to the Best of « Bad Bargain ami In* TSantccrs Made a Uood Admit. That Trade Hot Debate In the House.' Wasihnotox, Feh. 13.—Tho house com rnlttoo on ways nud moons consumed ono more of tho ten days within which tho treasury has nn option to mnko tho now bonds payable in gold, and made decided progress toward an agreement upon a plan to be reported to aim house After being closeted for two hours with Secretary Carlisle tho committee talked over the situation, delegated the framing of an agreement to a subcommittee of throe Democrats and two Republicans, and late in the afternoon learned that its subcommittee bad dropped partisan differ ences and formed common ground. Tho resolution reported by the quintet at tho last mooting was one to authorize tho secretary of the treasury to Issue OOO.'llOO in 3 per cent bonds payable In gold, with the proviso that none of tho proceeds shall bo used for current expenses, and tho further provision requested by Secretary Carlisle repealing tho law which requires tho government to redeem na tional bank notes and requiring banks to redeem their notes In tho first instauno. Inquiry was made if there was a mi nority report, and Mr. Heed said that there was not. although ho believed a wiser plan would be to provide for increas ing tho revenues. Mr. Bynum of Indiana proposed his resolution as a substitute. Mr. Wheeler of Alabama offered a resolu tion reciting that Secretary Carlisle bad admitted that tho issue of gold bonds would compel all future issues to bo made payable iu gold: that bimetallism had boon declared to bo tho policy of the gov ernment; that this would bo an abandon ment of bimetallism, and therefore declar ing that tho (ommittoo considered it inex pedient to adopt the president's recom mendations. Mr. Bryan of Nebraska offered another resolution recommending that tho secre tary of tho treasury should pay all obliga tions of tlie government in either gold or silver, whichever it was most convenient to use. After a brief discussion tho committee adjourned. Secretary CarlUIe Submits the Contract, Secretary Carlisle came before the com mittee and presented a typewritten copy of the contract which had been called for. It was drawn in legal form, covered two typewritten pages and bore the signatures of John G. Carlisle, secretary of tho treas ury; J. Plerpont Morgan, for J. S. Mor gan of London ; August Belmont, for N. W. Rothschild, and was witnessed by Francis Lyndo Stetson of Now York, for merly ono of President Cleveland's law partners. The principal feature» of tho 1 ontrnct wore made known in the president's mes Upon one point the secretory par sago. ticularly enjoined the committee to main tain secrecy, and that was regarding the dates for making the payments for tho bonds. 11« asked fur secrecy, bo said, at the re quest of the financiers who have agreed to take the bonds and because they feared that bankers would corner tho gold of tho world against them at the time It would bo needed it it was known and tho meth ods by which it was to bo obtained. Accordingly tho committee adopted a resolution pledging its members not to re veal the terms of the document far as it concerned tho payments. Many question* wore asked tho secre tary, which he answered in order, giving tho amounts of all kinds of money In tho treasury and sucli other information not known. When Mr. Rood asked why the plan which ho recently proposed in tho house us a substitut») for tho administration bill was not a satisfactory measure, tho secre tary proceeded to quote a feature of tho act of 1874 which had not boon boforo no ticed in tho financial debates and which scorned to greatly invalidate Mr. Reed's scheme. This clause binds tho treasury to tho redemption ot national bank notes by treasury notes when tho holders of tho for mer request it. Consequently the with drawal of the greenbacks into tho treas ury, tho secretary argued, would not stop the drain of gold upon it, but would great ly add another stop to tho process of ob taining gold, as financiers could procure the national bank notes and secure treas ury notes for them. « In,i gc of I'HVorilisiu Dollied. In effect, therefore, tho government is bound to redeem bank notes in gold. To obviate this difficulty the secretary sug gested that tho committee adopt a plan to compel the national banks to maintain an ngenry< for tbo redemption of their notes and relievo the treasury of oil bur den in tbe premises. There was a disposition on tho part of certain members to Intimate in their ques tions that the administration had shown favoritism in its negotiation of a private contract, aud tho question was directly ask oil whether the bonds wore not to bo sold at a rate unnecessarily low consider ing the prevalent prices in tho market. Secretary Carlisle admitted that the bonkers practically had the government at their mercy, and lie was obliged to ac cept tho lost terms that could bo made with them. That better terms could have been secured be denied emphatically, re lating somewhat in detail the different financiers with whom Assistant Secretary Curtis had talked on his visit to New Y ork and those who bad visited YY'ashing ton. In answer to other o.ueslions ho assured tho committee of his belief that a plan 1 could bo devised o stop the outflow gold and of his strong belief that tlie forth coming bond U.-ue would maintain gold reserve at its high water mark for sev eral months After tlie secretary had departed Mr. Cockran of Now Y'ork announi cd that could not support Chairman Wilson's res oiutlen because it was simply a makeshift to meet a pr, sent emergency aud offered no help to tho treasury in tho event «linilar exigencies before the next session ot congress Thereupon Mr Tar-mcy of Missouri fered a resolution to empower tlie score Dry to issue 8 per cent gold bonds when ever the needs of the treasury might quire them, with tho proviso that, tho ceeds were not to ba used to pay current up ia this car still ieu expanse*. Thou a subcommittee was appointed draft a plan, with Mcesr.s. Wilson of Virginia, Turner of Georgia and McMHlin of Tennessee, Democrats, end Uic Repub licans chose Messrs. Reed of Maina Honkins of Illinois to represent them, the committee took u rtso.-s to enable subcommittee to meet. In Senate ami House. Though tbo postullii-e appropriation hud tho right of way tn the senate, much of the time DC that body was consumed In a spins !) by Mr. Btew irl oa tho dci-.Ft, message aud an th.r by Mr. Allen, BIG CITIES EDUCATE. One Must Think Quickly, and Keep His Wits. Fierce Competition Urges Men and Women to Their Utmost. ite, Fm-ves and Brain First Give Way Under the Terrific Strain. Men die iu big cities like the trees, beginning at the tcp. U is apoplexy, heart failure, nervous prostration, shock, congestion of the brain and suicide that chsmoterizss the mortality lists in the great centers of population A city teaches one to think quickly, to bo always on the alert and quick to avoid danger, as well as to see the lucky changes. It la impossible to go slowly even if one has no pressing need for hnrry. The rusn is contagious One finds himself drawn along by the rapidly moving crowds and Is soon hur rying with the rest. It la undoubtedly true that two-thirds of all the men and women one .'sees tearing through the streets are In no such actual haste. They are merely victims of this fearful habit of hurry. But whether the fearful rush is essen tial or not, the result Is Ute same Nerves and brains are exhausted, men and wo men grow prematurely nged, times of depression follow the high-strung condi tion The entile nervous system must be rapidly and fully nourished to prevent utter prostration and collapse It is est I mattd by physicians that, Paine's ceieiy compound annually saves thousands upon thousands of men and women living in cities from breaking down under their work It builda up the substance of tbe nerves and brain faster than it ie torn down by even such prodigal waste It cur, s permanently «11 weakness of the stomach, liver and kidneys, and takes away any tendency of these vital organs to disease. continuing his discussion of tho alleged frauds in Alabama. The latter occasioned some debate, in which Mr. Morgan took a prominent part. In tho rooming hour Mr. Jones report ed the bill adept d by the finance commit tee providing for 1 lie free coinage of silver, and Mr. Gray reported the adverse action of tho committed on privileges and elec tions on tho bill providing for tho election of senators by a direct vote of tho people. When the debate was resumed on the postolllce hill, the discussion dragged along, and no progress was made, when by special agreement private pension bills wore taken up and tho appropriation bill laid aside. After a short executive session the senate adjourned. Tho house had a turbulent session over tho final passage of the Icglslathe, execu tive and judicial appropriation bill. Two of the items of tho bill— reducing tbe force at tho pension office and providing annual clerks for members of congress—excited warm controversy. Mess h Flakier of South Dakota Milli kon of Mu': 0. Kölner of Nebraska and Baker of Ne\ Hampshire protested against the reduction of the pension o Hi * 0 force, alleging that it, was a covert move to dis place old soldiers and widows of soldiers employed there. The debate was diverted into financial channels by Mr. Coombs of Now Y r ork and Mr. Van Voorhls of New York, who indulged in hot criticisms and personali ties. T he opposition to the pension Hem was not effective, and tho eff ort to secure annual clerks fur members was finally de feated—yeas, 08 ; nays, 110. then passed. Tho bill was TOWN ELECTIONS. York Slate Go to the Ni Rurcl Voters foils. Oneida, N. Y„ Feb. 13. —Madison coun ty has gone Republican by about tho usu At tho election there was al majority, a very light vote cast owing to the deep snow, aud but little enthusiasm was manifested. Danvim.i, N. V., Feb 13.—Tbo char ter élection was the hottest e\er witnessed lu tho village. T ho Republicans e'.octod Dr. James H. Jackson for village presi dent by a majority of ff. Camktko. N. V., Feb. 13.--At the an nual town election held bore the whole Republican ticket was elected by an aver age of over -i-O majority. ' no license ex cise commissioner was elected. BlM.lIAM-rtiN, N. Y.. Fob 13. —Tbo mu nicipal election hero resulted in tho re election of Mayor George K Green (Rep.) by a plurality of 1,704. SiifVorut«*«! In Malt. Bl FFAio, KoK 13.—Henry Humphrey, an Englishman, aged 45, met a horrible death by suffocation at tbo Lake \ lew malthouso. Humphrey and two othersbnd been «ent to draw malt from an up stairs bin through chutes into u bin on tho ground floor. While tbo malt was run ning Humphrey stepped into tho upper bin. and tits fed were at once sucked un der by the lushing malt. His comrades woo unable to rescue him, au * l bo.ore tbo hi lie shut off from bolow his •as buried under four feet ot malt. chutes c bend When dug out. the man was dead. A bona fide closing out sale of Furni ture and Bedding is now going on at 307 Me'kst street. "f the ho of of re pro Ô0AP yi to West and and Hie 1 * It Floats* 5 bill presi BEST FOR SHIRTS. TOE PROCTtH a OAMOLS CO- CiNTU SCHOOLBOY. m ft*™ y/\ SHOULD HAVE ONE. SCHOOLGIRL A SHOULD HAVE 1 8 U 9 3 8 *' 7 10 ♦8 Don't You Want One? p 4 9 I 8 WlîiLX? WHY, THE ENCYCLOPEDIA b GAZETTEER for $2.25. , . I '1 7 W 1 10 il I Ikl lo I HIS work is from the famous house of Rand, McNally & Co., a condensation of tbe Encyclo paedia Britannica, Chambers' En cyclopædia, etc , with the addition oî much original matter treating ot American subjects. 80 Colored and 2,000 Engravings. We have only a few copies, which wo offer at $2.25. Made to sell at <5 ÇÜ.üU. Bound in maroon cloth, marbled edges and gilt. 800 pages. We also have a few copies, bound in cloth and gold, of a most beautiful Portfolio of Artistic Masterpieces. It contfMMB 320 paintings and is of /. V J dh-4 hr re fored at $1.75. These make the cheapest and best presents, and no more arc to be had when these arc gone. Copies may bo seen at the Evening Journal office. rjjL m ss' Madison Avenue HOTEL, Madison Ave. and 58th St., NEW YORK. , A merit in /la». Fireproof ard first-class in every par ticular. Two blocks fn. m the Third and Sixth Avenue Elevated railroads. The Madison and 4th Ave. and Bal# Lias cars pass the door. t H. M. CLARK. t»aov Faaseugcr Elevator 1 uns all night. per thy art/up. ikAlitU/eoc. Pennsylvania uailroau- stand. ARD Railway of America — Protect* * Throng ,,y thB Intorlooklng ^itoh an' BAL TIMORE RAILROAD. In effect Nov. 1«, le»i Trains will leave Wilmington as follows; Philadelphie, express, 1 57.2 55. t at, s an, 7 42, Accommodation. « 00,7 00,8 0«, 10 48 a u . 12 88, 25. 8 40, 6 15,740, W f6p tn. OhORt-r exyn-is, 1 57. 4 80, 8 SO, 7 48, 7 50, g 50 556, 10 36. Il 25, U 51 a la. 1 37, 5114,565, 7 07. Kl p m. Aoeemmoàatloa.B Of), 7 W. 5 (8,10 48, U 33 a ns. 38.125, 3 40. 5 16. 7 40, 10 85 p m. New York, 1 57. 2 58. 4 20. 8 80, 7 00. 8 M, 8 55. 43, 10 »6, 10 16, 10 45, U 51 » m. 112 35,137, I *5, 06. 5 04, 5 10, 6 68, 7 07,9 18, 10 36 p m. Beeten, without change, 1015 am, 8 58 pm. For the South—Southern Rallwav Express, 41 p m. Sleet ers to August«., St. Augustine, and Tampa; 7 41 p m. Sleepers to Hot Spring*, Memphis aud New Orleans. West : 'beeter, vu. LMuoian. 6 80 t ir„ B i0 New nr r. Centre and Intermediate «tatton* 43 n m. 8 33 p in, Balttmore and Washington, 4 3, 8 01, 911 19, 11 (B a m. XI 04,12 23, 11 18,2 08.4 24, 5 *8 05. 8 4L 6 58, 7 41.8 to p m. 12 4» night. Baltimore and Intermediate stauen», * 47 148, 8 08 and 11 54 p m.. Leave Philadelphia, Broad street, for Wff agton. express. 3 80.7 80, 7 26. 8 31, B 10,10 *0 1118,1138. am, +1335,1311,* '«, 346. 421. 4 41, 1118, 8 30. 5 85 6 tH, 8 17, 8 55, 7 40, 1110. 1118. m, 12 03 night, accommodation. 6 20,7 80,1038 a ro, 128. S113 CD, 4 37. 6 22. 8 38. 10 03,11 38p m. Sunday Trains—Leave Wbrolngton tor: Philadelphia, express, 1 57,2 5V4 *0. 8 80,8 66 43, 111 06,10 45,1181 am, 187, J 05, 5()i. 5 88, 7 07, 26,9 C6, p m. Accoiim aodatlon, 7 00,8 10 a m, 12 18. 1 40, 4 (16, 8 15, 10 35 p m. Chest«T, express, 1 57.« JO, 8 60,8 66,10 08.11 61, am 1 37, 6 04 . 6 66. 7 07, 9(«pm. Accoromo Oxtloa, TOO. 8 10 a w. W 10 ;140. 4 08. 6 16,7 *. u> 85 p m New York. 1?7. 2 55, 420. 700. 10 06.10 45, 11 51 a ro, 12 10, i 37. 8 06, 4 06, 6 K, 707, 912, 10?8 p ro. Bo »a wlthont. change, 6 58 p m. For the South—Southern Railway Express, 41 p m, 8 eepers to Augusta, St. Augustine, and Tampa; 7 41 p m. Sleepers to Hot springs, Memphis, and New Orleans. West ,'better, »la Ijvrookta, 8 46 a m. 16 c ». isaSIdm&re aud Washington, ». TO... 12 M, 13 22,5 33, *8 06, 8 4L 12 49 night. . .. BsJtlmore and Intermediate stations, 808 and 11.84 I «ave mtngton. exprses « a m, 4 41, 606, 5 66 6 p in. 12 03 night. ,. „ Aoooouacdattcn, 8 36. 9 10, U1 44 » m it 36, 5 06. 6 10.8 38, U) C3,11 38 p m. Train* for Delaware Division Nsw Ooctto, »18,11 16am.3 --C.48t! -. 15. 8 53 9 61 p m, 1210 night. Lewes, 818 a m, » XÎ t- m. ïicrew« for Dover, uarrlnat-in ami Deltnu. »18,11 <H a m, 4 37 p cu ISOlnlgtt. Eorrlngton and way stations only. £ 50 y in. Express for Wyoming, 8 63 p m. _ Einrese for Cape Charles, t"d Point Coir fort and Norfolk, U 03 a m, 1101 night. Sunday trains for: NvW Oeette. 12 98 utpht. . Cape Oliarlee, Uld Point (femfort aM Ncx >, ■« J!-':'.''.* Us. 4.88, 6.»L 10.1» 7141,8 20, V, m. FhPadeJuhla, Broad street, for WIN 50, 7 X, 11 18. 11 38 >5. 7 40. 835, U iff. U 18 leste ?oi Middletown, Clayton, Dover, V'yc mine Felton, Harrington, BrldgevIUe. fkaford, Laare! a?.d Dulraar, 12 (H n'afht. ♦Ocagrcostoual Limited itiurees trains com powid entirely of Pullman veetthwl« v-wirw and Dining Cars. Nnoxtra fart other than the n«-ns.l I*n!lm»n charge, jcdv.bed Kxpreao Trains, oamnoewl ol Pull mas Vestibule Parlor Cars, Veetlbrl* Pa« eraser Coaches and Dining Car. No «str« 1er». For fnrthsr Information, ssoeengtos a r re ferred U) tbe tic ket agent at the statics J. B- W HIP, ti~n«»r»l Wesf^ncer A<4 8. M. PREVOST. General Manager. ALT1MOKS <* OHIO RAIL BOA D. Schedule IB effect Nov. 18, 1884, Trains leave Dela ware Avenue Depot Ex.it. B I or 1 Ï New rt*.ys, 18 03. B and. ABLa tpre» trslBS.-i^H'jJ York, week ,ys. 18 08. 17 17, 43, HI)40am; 11224 12 49,18 38.17 31,11100 p. m. Sundays, 13 08, 17 17.11140 am; 12 49, 16 :*5.17 3t.Hl IH p m. All trains Illuminated with Plntsch Light. Hi i '1 PHILADELPHIA. ryyaNT' /yway AND GHEKTNUT 8TH. Week dr.ys. Ui i«. 8 8A, 8 35, 17 17,27 83. 7 58, 18 42,89 3U. 10.41), 110 40, 111 48 a mtluÄ l» 12 49. 8 48. 4 t\l« 48.6:0 1734. 8 Hundayà) U Sl P 6 &U717.758, » UU IU 40.114, & m: 1 Z6, It 40. 8 26. 4 65, Iß 86. 01 0,17 34 8 PHXl^IJKL^HLV, TWELFTH AND M AB KJET STREETS, Week n; ays. 13 03.1717.18 42 08,17 17. Ill 40 0 4U- a m; <2 48,1 7 34, 111 00 pm, PHILADELPHIA^Snndayc. 18 a uu 12 49. 17 34, 111 OU p m. «.tor. week days. 13 03,6 66. 6 35, 17 17,87 61 M. 13 42. VS 30. 10 40,110 40, 111 46a m; 1 35.12 4« 28. 4 65, 16 36. 8 Ell. 17 3ÄI 9 V., 10 W. Ill 90 P m. Obsrter, Bandars. »OA 9'*, 87 17. 7 5« 111 40. U1Ô a m; 1». B 4». 3 26. 4 66, IB 35. 97 32. 818.10 00,11100 p m. Attar tic City, wees days, 1717 a m; 112 24, 1*4» p m: Sundays. 2717. 7 56 am II49 pm. sin Cj 6 <■'' 1 I ^ r.V.'Ä7ÄÄ«ÄSiSvS Baltimore and M ay Stations, T17 a ro. 806 _ t.iuolr.natt and fil. hntia, ft- 15 C no, asd »taw Orleans, via Bristol and ohattanoog. 18 19 c m> dally. Tbronsb «leeper to New Or ,e i-iuxarly acoommodatlon. 717 a m, 8 03. 5 *t audUU) pro, dally. Laadeaberg accommodation, week dar», 7 17, S 47 a m: 3 25 and 5 47 p m. Bandsys. 9 #) a ro: 6 88 p in BOB Tralr» leave Market street statiom For Naw York, week days, T8 30 a m, For Phil adelphia, week days. 8 20, 27 80, 818,141)0, 4 30. 15 00. 18 41. 6191. *30. 17 43. W**k 10 i U « . m° S no noon; 1135. 2 00. 8 16. 14 00. 480, 8 SC, 17 4JL 18 33, 1010 and 1136 p m. _._ LfcXvfc PiilLADFLPHIA. - AND MARKET STL Week days, 18 », 17 58, 1)12S. a ro; 13 4«, 17 37, p tn. Sundays. 18 », 17 65, II! 3« am; 13 4«, 17 27. p m. Telophoue No 193. Rains to Western points lower than via ant her lino- Û. O. SCULL, rten'l Done. Agent. H. M f'AVCDir.1,1,, ft-nftrd V.nw-p, Tw EliFTB W n.ii iwijrrujN amu nur. 1 ) n «.km hail. ROAD. Time taule 1c effect Out. 28th, 1994. Trains leave Wilmington, French strec) station, for B. & O. Junction, Montclianlu Winterthur, Guyencoart. Uranogue, Cossart. Uhadds' Ford Junction, Focopeon, Weal Chester, Kmbroevlile, Mortonvlue, Coatee ville and Intermediate stat'one, dolly. Sunday, at 7 35 a in, 2 35, i 40 and 61 Bn nit ay only at 8 Ot a m: 135, 4 80 o m. For Waynesburg Junction, BprliigUeid and Intermediate stations, dally, exoe\)t, Sunday at 7 36 a m, 2 35 aud 6 40 p m. Sundays only »• S 0! a m, 1 96 and 4 80 p m. For Joanna. Blrdsbovo, KeadJag and Inter mediate sfntlone, daily, except Sat,day, »I 7 36 a ro and 2 88 p ro. Snnday only at S IH v m and 1 83 p in. A. ». M.-OACFteAND, Puperln ten tent 1 BOW NESS LR1UUB. Gan. Passenger Agen» except 40 p a.!