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EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 8lx Pages, One Cent. j. MI ( TON DAtinsow, Office No. 6 Second St. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (3y mall. In advance.) One year. Six months. Three months.. One month. .$3 00 I - ADVERTISING RATES. Display edvertlslng. Special notices. Reading notices . Amusements . Marriages and deaths. BY THE MONTH. .2 cents a lire .. cents a line .A cents a line ....... 5 cents a 11»« .30 cents Every day...$3 (10 an Inch Every other day . 180 an Inch No discounts under any clrcamstances. STEAMBOAT—TIME TABLE. Steamer Malor Key bold leaves Salem dally except ai ndfty at 6.45; Delaware City, 7.30: Newcastle, 8 0o a. m. Arriving lu Philadelphia at 11 o'clock. Returning leaves Philadelphia at log at New Castle at 5 30 p. m. Single tickets from New Castle to Philadel phia, 30 cents: excursion ticket« 60 cents. TRAINS ARRIVE. North-12 23, 8.28, 11 *6 a. m„ 8.08, 4 44, 6.28 7.07,10.04 p m. South -8 31, 9.45,11.02 a. m., 6.44 n. m. TRAINS LEAVE. North-6 30. 8 31, 0.45, 11 02 a. m., 1.18, 5 36,6.44, 10.14 p. m. South—8.26 a. m., 3,03, 7.07 p m. 2.30 arrlv MAIL«* ARRIVE. 9 a. m.—From WilaiingtoD, Philadelphia and the North;Prom Baltimore and 'he South; From the Penlmula. 11.40a. in.—From Wilmington, Philadelphia and the North; From Baltimore and the South. 6.30 p. m.—From the Peninsula; From Wil mington and the North; From Baltimore ana tue South. .25 p. m.— From Wilmington only; From Baltimore and the South, MAILS CLOSE. Philadelphia and Wilmington, Peninsula; For Baltimore and 8 a. m.—F r For the Washington. 10.30 a. m.—For Philadelphia and Orlsie'd. railway postofllce; For the Peninsula; For the North. 4.10 p. m,—For Wilmington, Philadelphia and the North; For the Peninsula: For Baltimore and the South. (No registered mall sent south ol Dover.) 6.10 p. m.—For Wilmington, Philadelphia ar.d the North; I or Baltimore and the South. NEW CASTLE, APRIL 30, 1800. NO FUN TO BE A CITY FATHER. C-iuncllman Fagan Shows One of the Many Vlolatltudea. City Councilman Frank Fagan tabes the vlcDeltudes of being a city father from the West End In very good part Had he the dlsposltisn of some men the air wonld have been blue around him last night. All of the councllmen have been busy this week—looking oat for dead animale on Sunday and taking a walk all over town, special meeting on Monday even ing to confer with Srcretary Frsz«r, aud committee work ou Tuesday evening. Mr. Fagan decided to take at least one night off for relaxation and made an en gagement for last evening. Of coarse he mart be well groomed and went to his barber shop early la the evening to be waited upon promptly. When at length bis tarn eaine there was a call at the door and he was Gammoned toaosompany a party of S6v»r«l citizens oat to where two hogs were lying oold in death and advanced In deoomposUl>n. At/ hoar late he returned to recllce In his barber's chair, bat several fellow elf, sins were ahead of him finally came again when a rallroid man ru bed In with the question: *'U there a C.ty Councilman here?" " There's Mr Fagan getting in a chair,' ' was the reply from somebody. "Oh! Mr. Fagan, come with me Yon wanted right away at Eighth aud Ciavton streets " When the Conncllmsn reached the place, he found that the whole trouble was over a choked np drain for the re pairs of which orders had to bs left at When be looked at the time the His turn are o ice evening was gone. President Morrison May Appoint. President Wllllsm Morrison, of City Connell, will probably name the men to tbe new Board of Health at City c j J3 pose C.UEcU'a meeting next Tuesday evening for confirmation by Council Mori loon will tiret become thoroughly coDvereant with the city charter's pro virions and all the existing laws bearing upon the city's health It Is proposed to bave one member from the southern ex tremity of town, one from the West Eod, two from New Csstle proper, and a The board will be non President pb> elelan. partisan. BriYea to Adopt Pale Pace«. The degres team of Charokee Trib) of Wilmington will adept several pale faoea for Seminole Trlbs, Ny 7, Improved Order of Rsd Men, at ths New 0*etle Red Men's Hall to morrow night. The Wilmington brtves will com » to Yew Castle In a hack _^ SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. William Ellleott, son of George W. E licott, formerly of this olty bat now of Philadelphia, is In town on a visit. Miss Bertha Matthews, of South Sixth street, has engaged to learn dress mak Ing in Wilmington. Eugene Massev, who is employed as a blacksmith'« apprentice In Wilmington, has the newest blcjcle In town. Miss Be«*ie Kualz 1 « «ponding the week in Philadelphia Mrs Charles Paxson la 111 at her home Fifth «tient with intermittent fever Arthur M. Wise is practicing to mount and dismount the silent steed Mr. Wi;o reports very lltiU trouble abont dolrg tbe latter performance Superintendent. Hiram R Borie, of the Delaware Iron Works, has gone to Denver, Col., on business for the big pipe-making firm. Edwin M. Herbert left home last sveu ing for an extended trip through the Mr Herbert will stop for on West. f j mm In Pittsbnrg before proceeding. Joseph Godwin and wife spsnt the day in Wilmington visiting friends. Richard Llghteap formerly of this town bnt now of Odessa, rode from the latter town on bis wheel yesterday. Thomas Glbney Is seriously ill wi' malarial fever. John A Schuardt, Jr., moved his household «Sects here yesterday from Philadelphia. E 8 Morris returned home to-day from Ssaford. spending a few daya with his friends. Ladies, read the fashion article In this paper aod send ten cents to the Kvbning Journal office for an np-to date paper pattern. B ff I îTON'S IEAÎU (H JAIL Young Colored Man Dies of ConanmpUon lo JHU Cell-Had Declared He Would Die In Jail. Edward Beaston, late of New Castle hundred, a yonng colored man lue »resi sted In New Castle county jail, died ol consumption dating (he night in hit ce'l Baaoton, who was always delicate, was. a son of Frai k Beaston and lu tb> Winter of 92 stole an overcoat from old Bannie Qooden, claiming afterward that be stole to prevent his death from ex He was sentenced to light im poeure. prlsonment and to be whipped and when flogged before a large crowd of h'f netgbboro he declared that be was fur evermore disgraced and would die in j*il. Recently he wss b'onsht hacktojil' for laroeucy, although then_1n the last stages of consumption, story was published In the Evening Jou.nhal and an effort was at once begun for hit pardon miucton, Interested himself In the yonng man's behalf, seeking to have him liberated to die a tree man. Mr. Lemon obtained the following certificate from Dr. J. J. Black to submit to Governor Watsoa' ■'"Edward Beaston, colored, a prisoner In New Castle jail, Is in the last stages of consumption and 1« likely to die any day, and I recommend that he be pardoned and die ontsldeof prison '■John J Black, "Jail Physician " Deputy Coroner Chandler arrived here from Wilmington thU morning and took charge of the body, removing it to hts morgue In Wilmington. Mr CbaudUr will to day bury the body at Farnbnrst, no frieuds haviug appeared to claim It. His pitiable David Lemon, of Wll m HILUS'S S70LSH CASH. Frank Kerr, Arrested for Purloining the • 75, Has Been Released for Lsok of Kil dence. Ia the Dobblnsville letter of lest Sat urday there appeered a story of the rob bery of $75 from the home of Mrs. Frank Milus, » Lltvitsch woman residing on Clymer street. She had gone away from home to get some coal, leaving her little daughter alone at home. A boy came In to keep her company and searched the honee for valuables. Since the occurrence Mayor Boyd bas had officers looking up the facts of the casa. Policemen Harrington arreted Frank Kerr, 11 years old, wbotn Mrs Milus' little daughter Identified as the bey who had ''played" the winning game. Before bringing the boy from the warden's efflse into court a preliminary Investigation wai held. The only evl dence against Kerr wm the simple identification of the 7 year old Milne girl. Acoerdlngly he was releasel. The boy stack to one strong statement ef Innocence. »I Young People at a Danes George Elliott and Frank McGrory gave a dance far a Urge party of their frieuds last evening In the K. of P Hall, Mr Elliott playing the piano and Mr McGrory the violin. About fifty yonng people tripped »boat the floor until 10 o'clock. Merry Party of Ol ollste. About twelve bicyclists, of New Castle, rode over to Wilmington last evening cn tbe firet party ride of the season, yonng atblelie men and women met at tbe residence of Dr. Kants, whence they etartad for the metropolis abont 7 30 aud returned by moonlight. Tfao AMONG THE ATHLETES. Manager John J. Reynold), of the West End Baseball Club, has signed William Freebnry, of DjbblnavlUe, to play second base. The F-iundrv baseball team defea'ed the Catting Shop team yesterday by btr ! aad timely hitting, aided by fast and brilliant fielding. Pedrlck, of the Cat tlug 8bnp team, was knocked ont of th» box Id the first inning. Seoynd Biseman Sibley had his bead eat by a tin cm thrown by one of ths cjaoher* King the foundry's left Solder, was suiutraik. The score follows: Foundry.......3 4 7 11 0 10 x—73 Cuttinx Simp.6 7 19 12 19 6 9—69 H itterle»- Pedrlck, »'onner end Countlss' While and Co(7mat). Umpire—Reynolds. Tbe West End Social Is moving to Its new home. No. 117 Ninth street The memb&rs are putting up their new gym uaslum parspaernalis, which arrived this week. REW CASTLE NEWS NOTES Two men were caught euspiclon"ly near the Beemd street gales of the oonnty jail, apparently trying to get somethlng.underueatb. Shad are coming la scarcer on account of the cool spell of weather on tbe Dela ware. Th« pries remains about $12 a hundred. The Standard OH Company's steamship Maverick passed np ;the river this morn ing on her wav to the Harlan and Hollingsworth Company's shipyard In Wilmington. m OYEMROWDISG OF HOUSBS. Some Facta Connected With Cheap Liv ing— Uobblnivllle Feople Highly Pleased With tbe Prospecte of a School. Special Correspondence Event ne Journal. Du mi i ms ville April 30 —The resident« heietre deeply Interested In tbe action to be taken by the proposed B iard of Health, for they do not treat this «abject lightly. A great many are nnder tbe Impression that too many of the Hun garians, Polish Slavish and Lltvitsch ole mente are living In one house together There are some good citizens among the foreigners and some bad ones. In some eases no less than eight, and In somo Instances, as many as twelve are living in one house. All a:e adults The looms are of the same size—abont 10x12 feet, It is true there is no sickness among them at present, bn*, »n epidemlo may break ont at any time The host people here think that the sooner this new Board of Health takes action In this matter the better by far, as It might as well strike while tbe Iron is hot and the question Is before the publie. James Weldon arrived here yesterday from Looust Dale, Carbon county. Pa , and is tbe gnest of bis niece. Mrs. McCne. Mm. Annie O'Brien, of Wilmington, is the gnest of Martin Leonard to-day The residents are highly pleased with the action of the Board of Ednoation. The school will be looked fofr in Bsp tomber. AFFâlKS AROUND FARHHURSL Hubert Oaa.ld)'* Sub-Contractors Have Come Above Ground With the New Ann. x Foundation«—Ollier New* Note«. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. FaRNnunsT, April 30.—Snb-Uju'rac tors Sharp & Erans, for Contractor Hubert Gasslly, building the new fill), COO annex at the Delaware Stats Hospital, have almost, oompletel the heavy stone foundations, which are now several feet above the ground. Six stone masons nave li»en employed, with fourteen labor era Forty carloed: of stone have been used lo thn work and thirty additional oarloaJs are expected at. Farnhurst sld lug wi h'n the coming fortnight. Contractors Lave rai d the old farm bouse adjoining the almshouse lawn ar.d bave palu 1 heir money orer to Superin tendent McCov for the privilege of tearing away the building and using the material. Miss Alice Davis has retarded from s visit- to friends In Wilmington Jason Davis, Jr., of Pulladalphla, has tesn visiting with bis parents here. Mrs W. H Rancher spent jeaterday In Philadelphia. Jason Davis has lost a valuable cow from soma unknown cans« Enoch Hllj&rd, watchman at Farn hurst crossing, fell asleep la a chair at hts home In New Castle. Then be fell from ths chair and cut hU head and mouth. John Mauluff, who has been very slok, Is able to be about again. He was uuier the cere ef Dr. Knutz. of New Castle. Maatsr Harry Cramer won second prize of a gold watch In tbs contest for prizes uffsrad by a monthly journal of Chicago Dr. W Q Rancher hsn made several successful experiments with bis X-rays Miss Bessie McCoy bas returned from a visit to friends in Wilmington. BASKET MILL TO RESUME. 9m?rn» Ho«lerf Plant Hold—Notei of th© Viiltlng and Vsâttod of SmjroA'a Popula tion. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Smyrna, April 30.—Tscndy & Catts are making preparations to start up their basket mill iu about two weeks, as the proepset for a largo crop of all kinds of fruit is good The Board of Trade has sold the hois ery plaut formerly ran by Ui'zir and Fuesber, to Oouneelman Bllzer becomes the junior marnoer of the new firm Oil May 0 the town of Clayton will hold an election for the purpose of filling the expired term of Town Commissioner Morris Klrmse T. R Thom** a prominent commission merchant of Utica, N. Y., Is visiting In town. Those attending the funeral of Frank Wells from Philadelphia were: Captain aad Mrs. John T. Cooper, the Misses Cooper. Alexander Cooper, Dauiel Wells and William Wells O. H. Jimefon, of New York, Is the gueet of friands here Mr. and Mrs. George M. Jones and family, of Dover, »re visiting Smyrna friends Mies Helen Hazcll Is the guest of Miss Minnie Lytbe, at Berlin, Md. Mrs. Georgia D. Tbomas^bas gone on a brief visit to New York. Dr. F. L. Grier, G. Davis Brown and Walton M. Busteed attended Miss Slaughter's dance at Dover last night. Miss Gertrude Lowber, of Dover, Is btlog entertained by Smyrna friends. Mrs. J. E. (Jalnu, of Philadelphia, is visiting her father, Alexander Wilson, Miss Margaret Reed, of Frederica, has returned after a vl.lt to Mrj Clarence Prettyman. William B. Jones, of Dover, D the gnest of hie aunt, Mrs Elizabeth Sprnauce. L. Reis, of Lykeus, Pa , Is making his brother, M. Reis, • visit, | Mrs. Amanda Ppruacce] is visiting ji relatives in Philadelphia [; Mrs. H R. Ctrrow and Mrs Mary J. ji Bewley, who have been vlsUtog Mra J | W.Oliver at YoDkers on the Hndtor, have •) returned s I & Co. Mr. Fine large si ad were selling In tbe MiddUtown market this past week for ten cent« apiece, one eight pouuder being purchas'd at that price Port Penn for seven cents. They sold at NEW CASTLE ADVERTISEMENTS. BPBOIAL NoriCK». OYS WANTED.— TO SELL THE NEW Castle Eveninu Jolknai. Apply at Ilia Kve.uso JonnSAL Office. News Hulld lilg. One-half cent a cop 7 to b >ys: sells for one cent. B F or pale.-two oak bedsteads une mattress,ooe bed sprlcg, nearly new, apply at Atlanti c Ho oag.__ ÖYS. GET UP A ROUTE FOR 1 HE NEW Castle Evening Jocknal. You can a watch or ASTI.K KVKK B soon earn money euuugh t ' buy bicycle. Get ihem at the Se»v C lNu Jouiinal Office in the News Bullulng at one-half rent a copy. GO TO WILLIAM E. VICKERY'S FOR PURE TEAS, From 25c per pound up. Also a full line of 1 , Groceries and Provisions Such as kept oi ly In a first-class grocery S ore. HORSESHOEING 09 cents plain, $1 15 toeing. (rendrai repair work 10 per cent off. CarriaKce ami wagoat» overhauled. B. T LANK, Fiftli aud Delaware Streets. (Sucoeesor to B. F. Blackburn.) HEADQUARTERS FOR BLAGKSM1TNIHG Amt General Itepnir Work. W. s. WALLS 1 Rev Stand, Ho. 125 aad 127 Second St LEHIGH COAL. WILLIAM DEAKYNE Foot of Delaware Street. Lot ol Cheat-.ut Balia for Sale Cheap. RELIABLE PATTERNS. Guaranteed to Fit, if Proper Size is Given. A FIV.'-PIEOS CIB0ÜLAB EKIBT A Pattern of Thl* Can Be Had By Send ing 10 Oente to the Evening Journal Office— Pattern* for Woman.rMatd and Child, We have mad* aujVriangement with one of the oldest and most reliable paper pattern house« In New York, which enables ns to offer to onr readers stand ard and perf. ot-flttlnir patterns of the very latest and newest designs. There patterns ore retailed In stores at from 20 to 40 cents. We have made arrangements whereby we can offor them at the extiemely low price of lu cents. A paper pattern of any tlz*. of this Illustrât Ion,'may be obtained by «aurilug your name and Kddrnns, number and size of pattern desired, together «vltli 10 cents for each pattern, to the EvàNUIO Journal, Wilmington, Del. I'leaM Obier«« thn P« (lowing Measure For Waists—Measure around fullest, part of bast, close under arm ; raise slightly in the back, draw moderately tight. For Skirts—Measure around the waist, over the belt; draw moderately tight. Printed directions accompany each pattern, showing how the garment Is to be made. When ordering patterns for children please also state age of child. A F1YC-PIECK CIRCULAR SKIRT® To Get This rette, rn Fill Oat tht Ooapon Mint Head It to tb« Evening Journal Office With Teu Cent«. PATTERN COUPON. Number. Blzo. , patte™ No *0 »77. Girl's Five pieee Clrcnltr fiklrt—This stylish skirt ia of the vary latest ont. It | B made with five pieces and hts Its fulness arranged lu two box plaits In the back according to tbo verv letest dictates 0 f Dame Fashion. It displays » clore shaping over tbe bips and approved flare *t the sides end back. Navy blue cballis figured with white Is tbe material used for enr model, but mohair, Henrietta, serge, cheviot, tweed Bn d casslmere, as wall as all sorts of fancy and plain silks ara suitable for It* development. And tbe pattern Is just the thing for duck, pique, grass linen or any he ivy cotton or linen fabric appro prlate for outing suits. No. 20 577—Glrla' Five pleoe Circular | Skirt (having two box-plaits at the back) ji require* for medium xlzs 3 y«*do iok [; terlil 27 inches w>d*. 2$ yards 36 Inohes ji wide or 2} verds 4« lucuen wide Cat lo | five sizes, H, 9, 10, 11 and 12 years •) s Nome. I - Address. / I 7 LN 1 j ^ V°I NEW C4STIE ADVERTISEMENTS 2 BOZEN EGGS BO FOR 25c AT T. FRAZER'S, Special for a few daj8. LOTS OF NEW GOODS, Embracing Küsset s nml Oxfords For Ladies and Children. FLEMING'S SHOE HOUSE 220 DKI.AWAKK CHKhKC, THE ONLY Place in the city for Latest Styles in Ladies' Waists, HRS. FKAKK MLL'N, Ninth and School Sts. E. T. DEAKYNE, IU North Fourth Street. PURE MILK AND CREAM A specialty. Also. Fine Groceries. One can steamed Hominy free with each order exceeding 59c. cugar non included. Castle Laundry. . 2 cents . 2 cent* . 10 cents . 12 cents . 10 cents New Collars, Caffs, each, Shirts, plain, Shirts, plaited, . Shirts, with collars, . DELAWARE STREET. Ooratr Dalbv Avenue. Reliable and Stylish FOOTWEAR S McGRORY'S OPPOSITE DSPOT. jy--" KEWfJ castle: apvertisem-NTS POLITICAL «AUU*. POR CORONER OF NEW CASTLB COUNTY, Nomination June Ulli, IHM. GEORGE C. ROTH WELL OF BLACKBIRD HUSDRHU. a. p. Subject to the Ruleaof Ihn Demrcra In Party. FOR County Commissioner, Fourth District, JAMES W. FOSTER Subject to the decision of the Republican Party. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR New Castle Hundred, 1896, DAVID B. KEE Subject to Republican rules. fOR COUNTY ASSESSOR NEW CASTLE HUNDRED, JOHN J. SHERIDAN. But Jeet to Democratic Rule*. rv* ■ m,, Aprs rr hm if? JEPPKRSOS HOUSE, Rtf Castle, Del CHARLES HOFMANN . Proprietor. Flrst-rlsss Board aud Accommodation* for the Summer Haason at, Beasonsble listes. NIch cool rooms lai-luir lbs Delaware river and the bay. the li-l-l being built on the rlvnr front. Good boating, fishing, crabbing and bathing. This hotel bos a first class bar and poo room attached, keeping the beet liqno:« Families supplied. Clioicc 1-liquors For Füinily Uso. New Herolviug Fans Just placed In to bo ru I (• y tfH* motor. Another Cut. We are not sa much after cheap goods as ete are after good goods for little money. Tiy our goods for yourself. Choloe Tea, 20n per lb. Choice Coltoe, Sic. per lb. 1 can Salmon, 1 to. or two cane. 25c. Good Corn, 5c c*n. Codflnb, 6c. lb 'Boneless Shoulders, 10c ; Picnic Hmnu, » 0 .; Brea* fast Bacon, 10c ; Ham-. 12c. 7 pieces Seen. 25c.; 2 cakes 11 irax Hosp, To. Klpier-d Herring In cxc*. lot.; Boneless Heriluv. Ido.: box Sardinen, 6c. Lime for s»le lie-e. Onolic Whit« Potatoes, SOc. bush ); Sweet l 'omble», 20 1 half peck. Garden and Flower ■toed and Onion «•tn. Clllton Floor, 3Ci-.; Viola Flour, iHtoi; Kirk wood Flour. 29c; Climax Flour,*««. HorseradDh and L-ocoanutn ground to order. Foreign ami domestic Frulu. Fined Vegetable« In « -»son. • JOHN THOMPSON, Delaware 8t., New Castle, Del. James B. Bradj Has just ieceived a full line of Spoiling Goods. Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of Soft Diinks, Tobacco and Cigars. 908 Young Street. SUMMER EVENING SHIRTS. BOYS' WAISTS, Pleated back and front. Fine lot of New Goods. ROBERT SHA.W K. OF P. HALL. WE DO, JOB PRINTING Anything from a ticket to a book or new jvspaper^_ NEW CASTLE NEWS. No. 5 Second Street. ( YOU DRINK GOOD CUFFEE. Laguara, 30c. Rio. 28c. Java. 35c. Also fine groceries an<t provision! of all kind We deliver promptly, GEORGE T. TOBIN, No. 29 South Fourth Street. We have RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD STANDARD RAILWAY OF AMKR1CA. PROTECTED THROUGHOUT BY Till interlocking switch and BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORB RAILROAD. IN EFFECT APRIL H, ltBW. Trains leave Wilmington as follows: For Philadelphia (express), 1.57, 2.56. 4.20, *•30. 7.42, 7.60, ».rat, 8.55, 9.43, 1046, 10.1«, 11. W. 11.28 11.15 a. nr! *12.1«, 1.37, 3.06, 3.11, .04, 5.1U, 6.5G, 0.4,5, 7.07. 9.U6 and 9.12 p. in. Accommodation, 6,00. 7.00, 8.0$, 10.48 a. n.: 12.4«, 2.25, 3.40, 5.15, 7.40 and 10.30 p.m. For Chester (express). 1.67, 4.20, 6.30, 7.42, 7.50, 8.60, 8.56, 10.06, 11.25, 11.46 a. m.; L37. 3.05, 6.04, 6. 6. 6.45, 7.07. and «.of p. m. Accommodation, 6.00, 7.00, k J«, 10.48, 11.2* a. m.: 12.40, 2.25, 3.40, 5.15, 7.40 and 10.35 p. m. l*or New York. 1.57, 1.66, «.». 8.30. 7.00. 8.0«, 8.50, ~ 10.05. 11.45 a. m.; *12.16, 1.37, 3 DO. 8.11, 6.04, 6.10. 6.56, 7.07, 9.U and 10.S5 p. m. For lloaton without change, 10.16 a. m. and 5.5« p. tn. For Went Cheater, via Lamokln, 1.36 a. m., 8.40 p. m . For Newark Center and Intermediate stations, 7.38 a. m. and 6.33 p. in. Baltimore and Washington,4.38. 101, t.U, 10.23 and 11.00 a. m. ; 12.05, 12.48, *1.11, L50, 3.56. 6.23, **6.05, 158, 7.41, 8.20 p. m. and 1164 night. Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 147, 4.43. 108 and 11.64 p. in. 9.43, Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, for M llinlngton (express) 8.50, 7.20, 7.25, 8.31, 10.20, 11.23 a. m.; 12.0», *12.31. L12. 2.02, 3.18, 3.46, 4.01, 4.41, 5.08, 6.30, 5.59, .40, 11.10, 11.1« p. tn. and 12.U6 night. Accommodation, 6.20, 7.33 . 9.12, 10.3* a. m„ 1.23, 3.08, 4.US, 4.37, 6.22, 8.38, 10.03, and 11.38 p. m. 6.17, 6.50, SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia (express) 1.67, 2.55, 4 *0, 8.60. 8.55, 9.43, 10.05, 11.46 a. m.; 1.37, ".06, 6.04, 6.55, 7.07, 7.25, 9.06. and 9.12 p.m. Accommodation, 7.90, 8.10 a. in.; 12.04, 1.4(1. 4.05, A. 15, and 10.35 p. m. For Chester (express) 1.57, 4.20, 8.60, 8.66, 10.05, 11.45, a. m., 1.37, 3.06, 6.04, 5 66. 7.07, and 9.06 p. m Accommodation, 7.00, 8.10 a. m. ; 12.04, L40, 4.06. 5.16. 7.25, and 10.35 p. m. For New York, 1.67, 2.6. 4.20, 7.00, *60, 9.43, 10.05, M.45 a. m.; 1.37, .04. 5.56, 7.07, 9.12 and 10.35 For Boston, without change, 5.5« p.m. For West Cheater, via Lamokln, 8.66 а. m. and 6.16 p. m. Baltimore and Washington, 10.23 a. m., 12.05, 12.49, 1.50, 6.23, 8.20 p. m. and 12.54 night Baltimore and Intermediate stations, б. 08 and 11.54 p. tn. Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, for Wilmington (express), 3.50, 7.20, 11,23 a.m., rn.T 12.W, 1.12, 4.41. 6.08, 6.55, 7.40, 8.35, 1.16 p. tn. and 12.06 night. Accommodation, 8.36, 9.13, 10.36 a. in., 13.30, 2.06, 6.10, 8.38, 10.03, and 11.38 p. ta. FOR THE SOUTH. Southern Railway—7.41 p. in., dally, sleepers to New Orleane, Memphis. Tampa, Asheville and Hot Springs. Atlantic CoMt Line- 13.49 p. m., dally, sleepers to Port Tampa. Macon, and Jack sonville; 12.54 night, dally, sleepers to Jacksonville. 3.05, 4.00, p. m. 4.88. 1.01, •*8.06, 7.41, DELAWARE DIVISION. . For New Caatle. 8.13, U.16 a. m„ 151, 4.3U, 6.16, 6.53, 9.61 p. m„ and 12.10 Bight. For Lewea, 8.18 a. in., 4.27 p. m. Express for Dover, Harrington and Delmar, 8.13, 11.03 a. m., 4.Z7 p. in., and 12.01 night. For Harrlngten and way stations only, 2.50 p. m. Express for Wyoming. 6.61 p. ra. _ Express for Carte Charles. Old | Comfort, . 12.U1 night. blxprVss for Cepe Charles, Old Point and Norfolk, 11.03 a. m., and 12.01 nicht. BUNDAY TRAINB. For New Castle, 9.61 p. m., and 13.1« night. F'or Cape and Norfolk onilug, Fclion. lianiiigton, BrldgeviUs, Beufvrd, Laurel, and Delniur, 12.01 nickt. f •) Congressional Limited Ezprea trains, composed entirely of Pullni Vestibule Parlor and Dining Cars. N extra fare other than the usual Pullman charge. (*) Limited express trains, composed of Pullman Vestibule Parlor Cara, Ves tibule Passenger Coaches, and Dining Car. No extra fare. For further Information passengers are referred te the tickst agent at the ala tlon. 8. M. PREVOST, General Manager. Charles. Old Peint Comfort :>rfolk, 12.01 night. Middletown. Clayton. Dover, Wy ■ J. R. WOOD. Gsn. Pass. Agent. 8 . 60 . m Schedule In effect March 16. 1896. TRAINS LEAVE WILMlNGTONd>KLA* WARE AVENUE, EAST-BOUND. •Express trains. All train# Illuminated with Plntsch NEW YORK, week days, *3.08, *7.15, •9.31, *10.26, a. m.; *12.21, *2.29. *5.32, *7.39, •II p. m. Sundays. *3.08, *9.48, *11.26 a. in.; •3.28. *5.32. *7.39, *11 p. m. PHILADELPHIA, CHESTNUT STATION, week du ye. *3.08, 5.66. 6.49, •7.15, »7.30. *8.16, *8.55, *3.31. *19.25. 11.»> a. III.; *12.21 ,*12.49, *2.29, Z.5U, 4.W., *5.83, 6.39, •7.39, 8.36, 10. *11 p. in. Sundays, *8.0». 7.30, S.riO, *9.49, *11.25 a. m. : 12 . 20 . 2.60, *3.28, 4.Wi. •5.82. 6.30, *7.89. 8.25, 19, *11 p. m. PHILADELPHIA, READING TERMI NAL, week (lays, •3.0't, *7.16. *9.21 a. m.; •11 p. m. Sundays, *3.98 a. m.; *U p. m. Cil ESTER, week days, *3.98, 6.511. 6.40. *7.15, 7.30, *8.15, *8.55, *10.26, 11.20 a. tn.; 12.40. •8.29. 2.50, 4.65, *5.32. 6.30. *7.39, 8.26. 10. 11 p. m. Sundays, »3.98. 7.39, 8.50, *11.25 a. nc; 12.29, 2.50, *3.28, 4.56, *5.32, 6.30, *7.39, 8.2o, 10, *11 p. m. ATLANTIC . ; *12.21, *2.89 p. m. 8T. CITY, week days, *7.15 a. Sundays. 7.30 a. in., *3.28 p. in. CAPE MAY. week days. *2.29 p. m. WEST-BOUND. „ „ BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON, week day«, *1.20, 7.02. *8.4«. *11.95 a. mj •12.65, *2.u7, 2.54, *4.93, *4—-., *6.13, *8. *9.16 p. m. Sundays, *4.20. 7.92, *8.48 a. m.; •12.55, *2.07, 2.54, *4.68, *8, *9.15 p. m. BALTIMORE AND WAY STATIONS, a- "i.; 2.54 p. in. ARK, Delaware, week days, *4.JO. 7.92. •« 48. *11.96 a. m.: *12.65, 2.54. »4.93. •4.5», 7.U6. *8, *9.15. 11.12 p. in. Sundays, •4.29, 7U2, *8.48 a. rn.; *12.56, 2.54, *4.58, 7.G5, •8. *9.15 p. m. PITT8BURO, week days, *8.48 a. m.; •6.13 p. ni. Sundays, *8.48 a. m.; *4.58 p.m. CHICAGO, dally, *8.48 a. m.: *4.58 p.m. CINCINNATI AND ST. LOUIS, dally, •18.55 and *9.15 p. m. N».W lOKLKANK AN » MEMPHIS via Hrlst.il aud Cliatten<K*ga *890 p ni- daljy. Tnrough Bleepern Washlngloa to Memphis and New OrleaiiS. ___. SINOERLY ACCOMMODATION, week days, 7.02 a. m.; 2.54, 7.05, 11.12 p. m. Sun days, 7.02 a. m. ; 2.54, 7.06 p. m . I.ANDENBF.RG ACCOMMODATION, week days, 7.02, 10.27 a. m.; 2.54, 4.58 p. ni. Sundays. 10 a. m.; 4.58 p. m. LEAVE MARKET ST. STATION. NEW YORK, week days. *6.50 a. m. PHILADELPHIA, week days. *6.50 a. BALiTmoRE, week days, 6.50 a. 2 LjUnDENBERG and WAY STATIONS, week daya, 6.50, 10.20 a. ra. ; 2.50, &20 p. m. Sunday*, 9.55 a. m. ; 5.20 p. m. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, NUT ST. STATION. FOR WILMING TON. week days. *3.49, 6.00, *6.26, 7.10, •8.15, 9.30. *10.33. 11.30 a. m.; *12.20. »1.39, 1.50. 2.4«, *3.30. *4.20. 4.30, *6.15. *5.41, 8, 6.30, •7.25, *8.40, 10.10, 11.35 p. m. Sundays, *8.40. 6. *8.15. 9, 11.39 a. m.; »12.20, *1.36. L60, *4.20. 4.30, 6, *7.26. *3.40. 10.10, 11.35 p. m. PHILADELPHIA, READING TER MINAL,-Week days, *3.20, *7.56 a. m.; *3.10 p. m. Sundays, *3.20, *7.56 a. m. Telephone No. 193. Rates to Western points lower than via any other line. C. O. SCULL General Passenger Agent. W. M. GREE N E, ge neral Manager. _ \\T T LM l N GTON AND NORTHERN RAIt W RIJAD. Tlmetahletn effect Ma>ck 15. 18S». Trains le*ve Wllmlnglon. French street station, for B * O- Jnneiion, Montchsnln, Wlnterthnr, Guyenrourt. Grenogue, ( o«*'rt. Chadds' Ford Juoctloo, Pocop on, West Chester, Kmbrevllle, Morionvllle, Cjatrsvllle and Intermediate etstloon. dally, except Sunday, at 7.1Ua. m., 2 19. 4.06 and B01p.m. Sunday only at 8 08 a m : 8 10 and 4.05 p m. For Waynesburg Junction, Springfield and Intermediate stations, dally, except Sunday, at 7.10 a. ra., 8.10 and 405 p in. Sandals only at 8.08 a. m. aod 2.10.4.05 p. m. For Joanna: Rtr sboro. Reading au* Inter mediate stations, dally, except Suflfiay, at 7 10 a. m. and 2.10 p. m. Sunday only at 8.08 a m. and 2 10 p. m. A. G. Mm AUSLAND. Superintendent. BOWNBnS BRIGGS. Gen, Passenger Agent. in -I Ml y. 7 E\v N m tn.; CHE9T-