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'ERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Six Patten. One Ont. _ DAVIDSOS. Office No. 11 Court Honge SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (By mall, la advance.) »3.00 1 1 the 7# oaths th.... 2.1 ADVERTISING RATES, advertising lotloe« : notices.... lentt . 2 cents a line S cents a line 5 cents a linn n mois a Uuc BY THE MONTH. . .»3.(0 an Inch er day. .. 180 an Inch unts under any. circumstances. ay. ..... HTEAMBOAT—TIME TABLE. Ir Major Reybold leaves Salem dally kpt 8 inday at 8.45;- Delaware City, Newcastle. 8 00 a. m. Arriving In ladelpblaat 11 o'clock. Ing leaves Philadelphia at S.30 arriv ât New Castle at 5.30 p. m. lokets from New Castle to Phlladel 30 cente; excursion tickets 30 cents. TRAINS ARRIVE. 12 33. 8.38, 11.98 a. in., 3,03, 4.44,6,38 10.04 p. m. 8.31,9.45. 11.03 a. m.. .41 P.m. TRAINS LEAVE. 6 30, 8.31, 9.45, 11.02 a. m„ L18, 3.35, 6.44, p. ra. 8.28 a. m., 3,03, 7.07 p, m. MAILS ARRIVE. -From Wilmington, Philadelphia and North;From Haltimoreland the South; in the Peninsula. in.—From Wilmington, Philadelphia (lie North; From Baltimore and the ■ in.—From the Peninsula; From Wll Kton and the North; From Baltimore the South. m. -From Wilmington only; imore and the South. mails close. -F r Philadelphia and Wilmington, the Peninsula; For Baltimore and hlngton. _ .—For Philadelphia and Urlafleld. jjH «.ay yosti (lli • ; For tin- lVnliiHiila; For m,—For Wilmington, Phllailelphla the North; For tLe Peninsulai For Imore and the South. (No registered 1 sent south of Dover.) l.—For Wilmington, Philadelphia and North; For Baltimore and the South. W OA8TLH. MAY 14. 1896. From CASTLE ADVERTISEMENTS. SPECIAL NOTICES. __ WANTED~TO~HELL TH® NEW ^Htle Evening JoritNAi. Anplv at ■ i>i«o Journal Office, No. 11 Court One-half cent, a copy to boys; sells ■' -ent. lea. tines* grades o-ipnlse everywhere ■s. Wehl>. No, :18 North Fourth street. . GET UP A ROUTE FOR I HE NEW itde Evbnino Journal. Yon can rn money cuuutih to buy Get them at the New C knal Office, No. 11 Court Bouse, oue lt a copy ■ a watch or ASTI.E ItVEN. I POLITICAL OARD8. CORONER OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. Nomination June 13th, 1896. RGEC. ROTH WELL OF BLACKBIRD HUNDRED. to the Rules of the Democratic Party, COUNTY ASSESSOR i NEW CASTLE HUNDRED, 1896. MES DOWN HAM. ct to the Rules of the Democratic FOR nty Commissioner, Fourth District, ES W. FOSTER pbject to the decision of Republican Party. FOR NTY ASSESSOR ew Castle Hundred, 1896, AVID B. KEE, ject to Republican rules. e Delaware House s been beautifully fitted up as an airy, commodious and complete Cream Saloon >en all th** time except during the ad of night, jr-mily tables and tn vidual table«. Only the beet grades Ice Cream and Confections, ■BERT MEREDITH, Prop, HEADQUARTER8 FOR ACKSMITHIHG nil General ltepair Work. W. S. WALLS' Stand. So. 12S aid 127 Second St, liai)le and Stylish FOOTWEAR « McGrRORY S 031TB DÏPOT. RSE8HOEING enta plain. »1 15 toeing. aeral repair work 10 per oent off. rrlagesand wagons overhauled. B. T LANK, Ifth and Delaware Streets. (Successor to B. F. Blackburn.) IMPROVEMENTS TO A CHOECH. Plana Completed to Repair, Clean and NhwIv Carpet New Gautla M. K. Church. To Add. Water Convenlenoee. The Ladles' Mite Society »of the M. E. (Jhuroh celled tbe cfficlal board of that c bur c'a in special eeeslon last evening and asked permission to make some Important repairs and ^alterations In good time for tne coming seventy-fifth »vulversary of Methodism In ( New Gratia, j For some time the society has been raising a carpet fund for re-oarpet'ng tbe church building throughout cirpet has been selected and ,1 tract awarded, to have water conveniences put in the Sunday school bnllding | In accordancn with cbete rssommenda tlons, tbu bnard ordered that all tbe old carpet be torn out, together with the pews and furniture, done the ceilings and walla will be touched np with plaster and then re painted. The roof will also be repaired and the church thoroughly cleaned. The new carpet la now being made and Is eai 1 to be of a very attractive pattern. The t.he con The society also iffered While this Is being AN ORDER'S FORTY-THIRD YEAR. -Junior Mechanic* to Observe Appropri ately Their Annversary Next Sunday, Iodnstry Council, Junior O. U. A. M., has received an official notification from State Councillor Frapk R. Householder, of Delaware City, that the forty-third anniversary of the order will occur next Sunday. The order says : "It should be observed with tbe rev ereDoe and patriotism that distinguishes ns as an Amerloan and Christian nat'on. Assemble In jonr different eoanell rooms on Mey 17, either singly or jointly, and proceed to a place of pnbllc worship, and I recommend that the pastors of the ohurches lnyonr several jurisdictions be requested to prepare a discourse sait able for the oocaslou." Foreign and domestic fruits—pine apples, oranges, lemons, apples, bananas and strawberries at Thompson's. NEW CASTLE NF.WS NOTES. Superintendent J. B, Lancaster, of the Water Company, made a tour of tbe principal streets last night after 10 o'olock and "tur'jtd on" the fire pings, flushing the gr.eters and drains. A movement, |g being made to prove the ionoer jae (vt this term of cour') of James J'/ûnson, colored. 54 years old, and George Butt, colored, 32 years old, now serving life terms ot imprisonment for the murder of Noab Benson In the canal at Delaware Olty. Howard Marshall, who was brought home from the Delaware Iron Works re cently, seriously 111 with hernia, has almost recovered under the 6klllfnl care of bis physicians. Rev. F. M. Munson, reotorof Immanuel Church, will preach a special sermon next Sanday evening on "Heroic Women." Local historians are making searches to ascertain what hotel was kept by a man named Fnrnees when Bishop Asbury stopped at Now Castle. A. Brown Lancaster, of New Castle, second baseman of the Goldey College baseball team, will go to Newark to morrow where tbe oolleglans play the -Etna Hose Company's nine. NEW CASTLE ADVERTISEMENTS WE ALSO OFFER Working Shirts, Trousers, Fine Dress Shirts, 35 and 50 cents. 98o and $1.25. Colored Bosoms, 98 cents. MS. F. P. M'CALLIN, Ninth and School Streets. GO TO WILLIAM A. VICKERY'S FOR PURE TEAS, From 25c per pound up. Also a full line of Groceries and Provisions Bach se kept ODly In a first-class grocery Store. S.OMTHING ABOUT & UNDERWEAR. Everybody wants a change now to lighter goods. We have the beet assortment in the city. Gauze Shirts, white and colored, long or ehort ttleevue. at 25 cents. Gauze Drawers, in white and colored, at 26 cents »ach. Balbrlgican Shirts and Drawers, elegant quality, 60 cents. t>p)ended line of Jean Drawer«, strinc or elastic bottoms, 25 and 50 cents. Unbleached Drill Drawers at 25 and 50 cente. J. E. BIGGS, ■_ Opera Haase. Gents' Suits Made to Order, from $12 up. Pants to Order, from $3 up. Suits Dyed, from $2 up. Pants Djed, from 75o up. Fants Scoured, 50c; Preseed, 25c William McKenzie, No 312 Delaware St., NEW CASTLE. Wilmington, No.-823 Shipley St. Rooms for Rent. STOP! STOP! BUT GO TO GEORGE T. TOBIN'S STORE For Your GR0CEKIK3 AND PROVISIONS. Stop and nee the fine araortment. of Vegeta bles. Cali end leave order at the store, 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. Orders promptly delivered. PLEIÏY OF PATRIOTISM MAY 30. I Decoration Dav Will Probably lie a Red Letter Kvent. With Plenty of Muilc, Amuicmente and Memories. Memorial Day, which Is on Satnrday this year, promisee to be a gala occaalon In New Castle Few if aDy of tbe In dustrial establishment« will operate on that day, and there will be a number of public observance». Captain Evan S. Watson, l Post No, 5, auvady (begun plans for spending tbe early morning in decoratlig and holding memorial services over the graves of departed' G. A. K. comrades. Company H das been tuvlied to participate and march in tbe parade and form the firing party to discharge a volley over each soldier's grave. The Grand Army people will condnot the memoilal exercises In conjunction with Industry Connell, Junior Order of American Mechanics, which will, after (he parade, ralee a fitg which It has presented, to Host over school bntldhig No. 2. A company of visiting American Mechanics la expected to be (resent from Wllmlogtoa and take part In these exer cises. The City Cornet Bsnd Is being negotiated for. Memorial Day also promises to be Interesting to the sporting fraternity, as two games ot baseball are being arranged It Is likely that the Princeton team vrblch played here last year will be tbe opponents of Columbia A. C. both games. PROUD OF HIS LODGF. Knthualaattc Member Of the Junior Order Talks of Its Growth In Delaware. " I'm enthusiastic over tbs growth of our Order," eaid a happy looking young man to an Evening Journal reporter this morning. "Why don't you itj something about It Y" "About what Y ' was asked of the pleased iud'vlduah "Why, the Junior Order of American Mechanicals on the upward tack, and don't yon forget It. The leading Conn ells have made en excellent showing for theqisrter just passed, demonstrating that the members are more than Interest bd in their work. Sixteen councils ad vanced with a gain of 109 Even New Ctstle shows in one month a gain of six If each member does bla dntv now we will soon bave reached the 3 000 mark. "0:d Glory Counoll of Delaware City still leade the state In point of numbers, with 189 members Eureka Connell, which meets In Eden 11*11, Wilmington, is second, with 185 members, and in creased twenty-four members last-qutr " We have twenty four councils in tbe stste, all In good condition, both numerically and financially. No trne American, either by birth or adoption, can take exception to oar objects." Pitcher FUber a Favorite. Walter Fisher, who pltohed for Colom bla A 0. on Saturday last, U a base ball twlrler that Wilmington people pnt much dependence In the year that ha pitched for them. He came to Wilming ton sometime in '90 and played profes Monel ball until his club became defunct Bring a married man and having a faut Ity, he remained in WilmlDgton until tbe Rcckford club secured him. After play Ing with that clnb and through his gned pitching and bead work bringing laurels to the Rockford In game after game, his compensation proved so small that he concluded to remain at his work. List year be played In a few games for Colnm bla, bat he kept the benob warm t he big gest part of tbe teavon. He bsgius this year by pitching his first game against the strong Montgomery team, which, ajth the proper support, he would have won. ter. Wanted to Stop an Old Point Train, A number of New Castle men who waut to gel away early on Philadelphia trips friqueutly during the week have communicated with Colonel U. L. Hoi llday, the genial Delaware rallroid super luteudent, to tbe tffrat that, if an addl tlonal afternoon accommodation train to Wilmington cannot be put ou. that an order be Issued stopping the afternoon Norfolk train at this city, passes through New Castle now every afternoon at 4.58, at a very slow rata of ?F *d. This train Choir gingers Have a New Bonk, The M. E Church choir has adopted a hne new entbem book tn which Hie oholr will begin rehearsala to morrow evening. ~Klowa Indian Medicine Company will give a free show to-night on the lot. South Third street. First-claps variety and farce entertainment. Curtain goes np at 8 o'clock. AMONG THE ATHLETES. Pitcher John McMahon, of tbe Balti more Baseball elnb, in a recent conver ration with a New Cartle Evening Journal reporter gave some advice to young ball players, which sums especially beneficial for the new Colum bla A. C. team. He said ; "It is the scientific work of modern baseball that people like. "If the opposing pitcher is speedy and It is hard to get the ball ont of the diamond, foul all the good balls for a walk down to first, or bnnt and get away. To continue lagging away at tbe ball means either a strike ont or an easy fly. "Mr. Centrtfielder should remember that be is expected to p'ay centre, and not left centre nor right centre. Thla avoids collisions and misnnderstandlogs He must also watch second base. "The second baseman Is supposed to Bhare the responsibility of his position with the ehort stop. A good short stop, Ilk* Jennings or E'y, always has most of bis of his pnt oats at second bag." • The Stoeckla Senate defeated tbe Neversweate at Battery Park yesterday by a score of 11 to 10 The following players compose the Stöckle Senate: E McCrory, c ; H Loath, p ; Conner, e s ; R. Davis, lb; J. McGrath, 2b; J. Eigen, 3b; G. Davis, c f ; B Edwards, r.f ; J. McNulty, 1 f. This clnb will meet any clnb in the state under 15 years of age Tbe following players compose the Toman Senate: A. Jordan. 0 ; J. Rey nolds. p. ; J. Fagan, lb; T Langston, si.; J. McGrory, 2b; J. Toman. 3o; W. Palmer. 1 f ; E. Suort, cf.; M Langston, r.f Tbts aggregation will meet any clnb under 12 years of age. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. Matthew Walls wont to Philadel phia yesterday on a visit. William Clark came home from Wll mington yesterday indisposed, bnt will j return to work to morrow. _ / STRICKEN BLIND AT M WORK. Dreadful Misfortune of William w. Sdnpaoo, Foreman of the Shlftlon Crew of the Delaware Iron Worke. William W. Hlmpson, foreman of the shifting orew of tbe Delaware Irop Works, wee stricken blind while at. his work at 9 o'clock this morning. Mr. Hlmpson is about. 50 years old, and bar never been tronbled with aérions affliction of the eye*. It was fally an hour bafore ho beoame conscious that sight had gone, then removed to bis borne on the ahift Ing engine, and was led to the honse by Conductor Charlie HasMngs. H* »»■ NO "HUNS" NEED APPLY. New Brickyard Besieged Bv Foreign Set tlers Out of a Jab. The new steam brick msktog plant just below New Castle Is In full opera tion this week, and about 20,000 brick« were turned out yesterday, Tbe colored workmen were kept eo continually on the go that they "could soaroely see. at times, for perspiration." A number of Hungarians have applied at. tbe place every day for employment as off hearers or shovellers, but Proprietor A H Lnpton has relumed to engage any of thun, and does not want this class of laborers around, It is nah». All the suuveliers and "hustlers" now engaged ere colored men. wl'h few exoeptloua The wages paid are $7 50 a week to laborers, and there Is a strong probability of an Increase to $1 50 a day. Picnic bams, 9o: regular hams, llo; boneless shoulder, Do; breakfast breon, Do ; at Thompson's. Soldlere Mav Vielt Wl; mlntton. Company H. F.rat Infantry, N. G D , of Now Castle, has received an Invitation to visit Wilmington on May 20 snd par ticipate In the Caban day celebration at Shell pot. No action has yet been taken but It ie probable that the company will accept and turn out t verity five young soldiers In fatigue uniform with white duck tronsers. Goan to Philadelphia. The Pickwick Club, composed of pre ml uent New Castle citizens, went to Pi 11a delphla this morning. They will bold their annual dinner there to-nlgb f . Will Enforce Collection of Taxes, Bridqeton, M»y 14.—City Council has determined to tal.e legal to cjllect delinquent taxes snd luatrneied City Collector Betohuer to proceed st once to rxecn'e the which he bolds. $50,000 mean: les tax warrants There Is nearly in delinquent taxes on the duplicate, and Council was forced to borrow money to pay $9,000 due the county. Many clt'zeas claim that Conn cil cannot enforce tbe collection of taxes ard that body la deteimined to make a test of it at once sud aecertetn whether or not tbsy bave the power to do so. KEHTS PKÜCH KI1G DFAD. Be Was John A, Grove*, and In One Year He Cleared gl0,000 a* the Demit of the Crop. CHRbTBRTOWN, Md., May 14 — John A. Groves, an ex commissioner of Kect county, died at Lis home In Qasker Neck aged 02 years chronic liver trouble for some mouths. On account of his extemdre peach Inter eats he became koowu an the "Rmt County Peach King He bad suffered from His first, peach und-rtiklug was when be went on tbe Judge Chambers farm, on which there were 144,000 trees, and In the three year* shipped 4-1,000 boxv of fruit, receiving an average of over one dollar per box. After f Mir years be moved on the farm of the late Colonel Edward Wilkins, one of the largest fruit farms In the stete. Be aft* r »ard moved to a farm on whtcb were 27,000 tree*, end it was at this time that he coined money. He ran line* of steamers to ctrry bis own frnlt end that of bis neighbors, and In one year cleared $15,000 an the result of the seach orop lu 1885 he leas*d Pace s [»land for ten years and set oat an orohard of 175 000 trees, but this van ture was not profitable and he only reaped two par*-UI crops fio n this large orchard. In 1884 he bought Poplar Neck, sud In addition to a large orchard already on tbe place, set out an orchard of 20,C00 trees. Petition For a Murderer. CnKSTBUTOWN, May 14.—Petitions are In circulation for the perdonof Lawrence Barkthart, sentenced in 1891 to eighteen yens In the penitentiary for murder in the second degree In killing William Gardner on a vessel (n Rock Hall harbor. Com notation Ib asked noon th» afll Uvlt* of two wltnoeres for tbe Stste, who now de dare that they suppressed evidence at the trial, fearing they would become im plicated In tho murder. Oarduer was knocked overboard, and while trying to rave himself by climbing on tbe boat wae brutally kicked Into the water and drowned. Talbot Oonuty Appointments. Eabtun, Md , May 14 —The Talbot county commisioners have made the following appointment«. Tax Collectors —Easton, Robert F. Walker, St Michael's Alfred M Moor#;Trappe, Percy MulllKlP; Chapel, John L. Fisher; B«y hundred, W. S. Canlgton. District As rassors — Eastön, James M. Cowgil); St Michael's, Cilfton Hops; Trappe, Georgs S4, Jenkins; Chapel. N. O. Fltzjarrell; Bay hundred, Jacob W. Porter. All are Republicans Mr FPzjarrsll has fonr offices, viz, county sntveyor, jnstlcs of the peace, ro id supervisor and assessor, Nftltuhary MUh Nchool Or*duaitrf. ffALibBuny, Md , May 14 —Tbe gred natlng exercises of the Saliebnry High School took pi-re In the Illmaii Opera Honse list night before an andlenee of 300 people. The following were the graduates: Mieses Nettie Clyde Mills, Btrab Gertrude Hambl'm, Mary El'zt hetb Hearn, Mildred Dongberty, Mary Victoria Walles. Mamie Morrle, Bertha Sheppard, Mary Elizabeth Parker, Rsnle Catharine Walston and William PUt Tnrnsr. State or Omo, Oity or Tolfdo, 1 Lccak Couktv, ) 88 Fit ask J.chensy makes oath that he is the svnlur partner of the firm of F. J. Chknky & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo. County aud State aforesaid and that mid firm will pay ths sam of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and (very 1 aie of catarrh that cannot be cured by the uranf Hxfx's GalABKH CuttZ. FRANK J CHENaY. rworn to ti-toro me and anbacTlbed In mv p eeence, this 6lh uay ot 6# "iiih.r A. I), lot" A. W. OLKA AON. Notary Public. Is taken internally and lint HallY Catarrh •veut ui -nctly on the blood end mucons eur laces of the eve*em. >-nn for testlmonlala, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. iNfßold by Druggie te, 76c. CuVe RELIABLE PATTERNS. Guaranteed to Fit, if Proper Sizs is Giver. A 8TYLIBH LADIEb 1 008TUMF. A Pattern of This Can Be Had By Send Ing 10 Cents to the Kvenlng Journal OOtoe Patterns fur Wuaian, Maltl and Child, We have made an airangemeut wltt one of the oldest and most reliable papei pattern honsee In New York, which enable, ns to offer to our readers stand ard and perfect fitting patterns »( the very latest and uewest designs. These patterns ire retailed In stores at from 20 to 40 oenta. We bavs mad. arrangements whereby we een off«) them at the extremely* tow price of 10 cents, A paper pattern of any site, of tbh Illustration, nay beobtsiuid by »audio* your name ana address, number and size of pattern desired, together with 10 oentefor eaob pattern, to the Evsnino Journal, Wilmington, Del. Pleats Observe the Following gisisis mente For Waists—Measure aronnd fullest part of bust, dose under aim; raise slightly In tbe back, draw moderately tlgat. For Skirts—Measure aronnd the waist, over the belt; draw moderately tight. Printed directions aocompany eaob pattern, showing how the garment Is to be made. When ordering patterns for ohlldrsn please also state age of ohlli*. A STYLISH LADIES' COSTUMB. To Get Thla Pattern gill Oat the Ooapon and Send It to the Kvenlng Journal Office With Ten Cente. PATTERN COUPON. Number. Size. Name, Address. Yy Wl * ;■ ■ » \ l \ I ft i i ' f <r - \ Waist Pattern, No, 30,501. Skirt Faltern, Mo. 30.513, Ladles Costume—Thla pretty gown possesses an extremely styllth and drossy bodice. It Is made wltb a tight fitting back shaped by tbe utual seams A full ripple, sewed on to the wa'st Use end reaching only to the side seam* gives tbe ooatume a vety chic sppeer • noe In the front tbe fitted lining.ovei which the germent Is mats, took» up the centre while the full bitura >ff«et of fancy silk fastens tuvUtbly In tbe seme place It ie edomrd with a collar edged by e plaited Dili. The jacket fronts are lined with silk while a round double oollar of tbe dress materai completes tbe bodlci The sleeves are of the ever popular leg o'mntion style. The handsome skirt Is cut according to the very latest of fashion'3 1 (decrees It displays right g-irrs w* He the three back gores ere gathered. Mobalr, serge, henrtetta, cbovlot, tweed, covert cloth, novelty goads or plein or fancy alike sro suitable for the delopment of this design. No. 20,594-Ladles' Waist With Jacket Effee'ftaving a blouse front and ripple back) tequlres for medium sz«, 4» yard* material 27 Inohes wide. 4 yards 30 loches wide or 81 yards 48 Inches wide. Lining required H yards, silk *repre seated } y erd ; ltce 5 yard». Ont tn 5 sizes 22, 34. 36, 88 and 40 Inches bust me» sure No. 20,512— Ladles' eight-gored skirt (having its three beck gores gathered) requires for medium size 9j yard* material 22 inohes wide, fi yards 86 Inches wide, or 44 yards 41 Jlnche* wide. Length of skirt In front, 41 inohes; width around bottom, K yard*. Cut to five sizes, 23, 21 26, 2b and 80 Inches waist meeinrs. The Haul Optical Company. Manufacturing Opticians, No. 811 Ship'ev street baa purchased toe entire Jewelry Stock end Fixtures formally tbsraHI) lUnment of E E Hanf, who has decided to sever his connections wl'h tbe jewelry trade. The new nptleal company will close out tbe stock of jewelry, diamonds, watches, cloaks and silverware, regardless of ooet, at No 717 Market street, aale lo corn men ne on the 10th of May, 1896, and to continue until every article of jewelry, tllrerware and clocks are sold. In order to clcee on*, the entile collec tion of these fine goods quickly we will offer the 8*me on eaey terms. We will accept weekly or monthly payments snd give i liberal discount for oasb. You tre Invited to examine the goods and learn prices st No. 717 Market ttreet, Wilmington, Del. DR, G, F.THEEL R sa eve« North Sixth St.. Philadelphia. Tb*- on».» fttoutue acl Oldest ipssUlMfei CJ|(l* 1 ljhiA. with • vesrs European Hm* pllsl ad<\ 18 Vcarfc' Fru« tit ul Kijurlcac«, un l>lpl4.mu I'rovc*. HUN)D FOUOS, i»iHrAHtL muj-ABCMi; «*4 LOSS Ci l OWLJU. ??*cial JXsme* to to "CÉArutgeaâCaj** ■M44I4U« C A to 1U Uayo V anoOOa.^ . Lv ra*i.. Hco«l Tfithrul Lion u- 1 IlX FOHl \(à Ql' u kK dirir lL»'k* ai. 1 Circa* Umr« : 9 t- 3* Xva>. « 14» R. H . <i. a»-( »Ai. Kvr*.. t «O i(k ü«iA..îiioïl;Evra .«toa nn tiooiui* board *Qd ItnlfflBgif «ledJuâ. Hydro« Jt, I,owl M u h h «*«>«■ . jv« i lv Hivilr glvinff write or oaü BAILROAPB, t»ttNN»YLVANLA UA1LUOAU standard rai lwa y of America. PROTKCTKD THROÜÜJIOUT BY THE INTERLOCK I NO HWITCH AND BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM. PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. IN EFFECT APRIL 14, 189«. Traîne leave Wilmington as follows: For Philadelphia (express), 1.67, 2.66, 4.26, 1 30, 7.42. 7.60, 8.60. 8.66. 5.48, 10.08, J0.I8. II ». 1128 11.43 a. in.; *12.1«, 1.37, 3.03, 3.11, .01, 6.10, 6.38, «.46. 7.07, 9.0« und 9.U p. Accommodation, ti,00, 7.00, 8.U«, 10. n.: 12.40, 2.26. 3.40, 6.16, 7.40 and 19.80 p.m. For Chester (express), 1.37, 4.20, 6.30, 7 48, 7.60, 8.30, 8.63, 10.06, 11.25, U.4G a. m. ; 1.87, 8.06, 6.04, 6.36, 6.43, 7.07. and 9.« p. m. Accommodation, 6 uO, 7.00, 8.06. 10.48, ILS a. m.: 12.40, 2.23, 8.40, 6.16, 7.40 and V86 P 'For New York, 1.57, 2.36, 4.30, 6.80. 7.00, 8.06, 8.60, 9.43, 10.05, 11.45 a. m. ; *12.16, 1.37, 8 05. 3.11, 6.04, 6.10, 6.66, 7.07, 9.12 and 10.86 p. m. For Beaton without change, 10.16 a. m. ami 6.66p. ni. For West Cheater, via Lamoktn, (.88 a. m., 8.40 p. m . For Newark Center nnd Intermediate Stallone, 7.38 a. m. and 6.83 p. in. Baltimore and Washington,4.38, 1.01, 1 11, 10.23 and 11.00 a. m.; 12.06, 12.49, *LU, 1.60, 3.66. 6.23, **6.0C, 6.68, 7.41, 8.20 p. m. and 12.34 night. Baltimore and Intermediate stations. 2.47, 4.48, 6.08 and U.C4 p. m. in. 48 a. Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, for Wilmington (express) 8.60, 7.30, 7.36. S.3L 10.2«, U.M a. m.: 12.09, *12.31. 1.12. 2.93, 3.1*. 3.46 , 4.91, 4.41, 5.08, 5.30, 5.59. 6.17, .40, 11.10, 1L16 p. m. and 12.06 nig Accommodation, 6.20, 7.33. 9.12, 10.36 a, 1.23, 3.08, 10S, 4.37, 6.22, 8.38, 10.08, and p. ir. 6.55, - u.'to SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia (express) 1.67, 3.66, 4.36, 8.60, 8.33, 9.43, 10.05, 11.45 a. m.; L37, *.06, 6.04, 6.56, 7.07, 7.25. 9.08. and 9.18 p.m. Accommodation, 7.00, 8.10 a. m.; 12.04, 1.40, 4.06, 516, and 10.36 p. m. For Chester (express) 1.67, 4.30, AGO, 3.65, 10.06, 11.46, a. m., L37, 1.06, 6.04, »66, 7.07, and 9.06 p. m Accommodation, 7.00, 8.10 a. m.; 13.04, l. 40, 4.06, 6.16, 7.26, and 10.86 p. m. For New York, 1.67, 2.66, 4.20, 7.00, A60. 9.43, 10,06, 11.46 a. m.; 1.37, 8.00, 4 06, .04, 6.6«. 7.07, 9.13 and 10.36 p. m. For Boaton. without change, 6.6« p.m. For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8.61 a. m. and 516 p. m. Baltimore and Washington. 4.81, 10.28 a. m., 12.06, 12.49, 1.60, 6.21, «6.0». 8.20 p. m. and 12.64 night llaltlmnre and intermediate 8.08 and 11.64 p. m. Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, Wilmington (expreee), 8.60, 7.20, 11,28 m. ; 12.09. 1.12. 4.41, 6.06, 6.56, 7.40, 1.1« p. in. and 12.06 night. Accommodation, 8.36, 9.12, U.Bi a. o., 12.80, 2.06, 6.10. 8.88, 10.03, and ll.M p. DO. FOR THE SOUTH. Southern Hallway—7.41 p. in eleepere to New Orleans, Tampa, Asheville and Hot Springe, Atlantic Court Line— 12.4» p. m.. dally, sleepers to Port Tampa, Macon, and Jack sonville; 12.64 night, dally, sleepers to Jacksonville. am. 7.4L stations. fop ■..in.. 8.35, ... dally, Memphis, DELAWARE DIVISION, For New Castle. 8.13, U.16 a. m„ 3.5*, 4.80, 6.16, 6.63, 9.61 p. in., and 12.10 Bight. For Lewes. 8.13 a. m., 4.27 p. m. Express for Dover, Marrlngtod and Dclinar, 8.13, U.08 a. m„ 4.27 p. m., and 12.01 night. For llarrlngtsu and way stations only, 2.60 p. in. Express for Wyoming, 6.68 p. m. Express for Cape Charles, Old Point Comfort, and Norfolk, 11.08 a. m., and 12.01 night BUN DAY TRAINS. For New Castle, 9.61 p. m., and 13.11 night. For Cape Charles, Old Peint Comfort and Norfolk, 12.01 night. For Middletown, Clayton. Dover, Wy oming, Felton, Harrington, BrldgevtUe, HeaYurd, Laurel, and Delrnar, 12.91 night. f •) Congressional trains, composed en Vestibule l'arlor and Limited Exprès tlrely of Pulima Dining Cars. N extra fare other than tbe uaual Pullman charge. (*) Limited expreee trains, composed of Pullman Vestibule Parlor Cars, Ves tibule Passenger Coaches, and Dining Car. No extra fara. For further Information passengers are referred te the ticket agent at tbe sta tion. 8. M. PREVOST, General Manager. J. R. WOOD, i. Pass. A* er (l.'li B.&O. '•i&WL. Pchcdule In effect March 16, 189*. TRAIN» LEAVE WILMINGTON. DELAI WARE AVENUE, KAST-BOUND. •lOxpreM» trains. ' . . All train» Illuminated with I'lntsch 1 'nk\V YORK, week days, *8.88, ♦ Ml. >!U8,*l". , .6 -.re.; 1» *1.*-* *9 *3 2VM3.* < .69. •11 p, in Sunday». *3 08, *9.48, *11.86 a. m.; •3 2* *5.32. *7.39, *11 p. in. inmJîpiSLPjlIA, CHESTNUT 8T. STATION, week day», *3.08, 6.5«, «40. •7 16. *7.30, *8. 15, *8.5>, *9.11, *10.26. 11.20 a. ro.; *12.21 *12.40, *3.2». 2.50. 4.55. *5,:I2 «.So. *7 39 8.25, 10, *11 p. rn. Sundays, *3.08, 7.30. S3«, *9.48, *11.25 a. m.; 12.20. 2.60, *3.38, 4.53, ..12. 6.3". *7.39. 8.25, 10. *11 P. m. I'll ILADHLRH1 A, READING TERMI NAL, week day», *3.08, *7.15, *9.31 a. m.; i p. m. Sunday», *3.08 a. m.i *11 p. tn. Oil ESTER, week days, *3."S. 6.56, *.Kk 7.15 7 30, *8.15, *8.56, *10.25, 11.20 a. m.; 12.40, •2 29. 2.30. 4.56, *5.32. 6.30. *7 39. 8.25, W. 11 p. m. Sundays, *3.08. 7.30, 8.60. *11.26 a. m.; 12 20 2.50, *3.28. 4.86. »5.32, 6.30, »7.89. 8.26, i0, ATL ANTIC CITY, week days, *7.15 a. •12.21, *2.2» p. m. Sundays, 7.30 SSI : •7.16, •li a. ra.; m. ; •3.2# u, in. liAFE MAY, weak Uaja '7 16a.ru.:**!* rtUucUv*. 7 HO » id WEBT- BOUND. BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON, week day«, *i.20, 7.02, *8.48, »11.06 a. m.j •12.66, *2117, 2.64, *4.03, *4.32, '113. *8, *9.1.1 , M.io, 7.02, »8.«* a. m.; 12.66, »2.0/, 2.64. *4.68, *8, *9.16 BALTIMORE AND W dally. 7.02 a. m. ; 2.64 p. m. NEWARK. Delaware, week day». •4.ÎÇ, 7.02, *8.48, *11.06 a. m.: *12.55. 2.64, *4.0J, •4 iJl. 7.06. *8, *9.15, 11.13 l>. in. Bunduya. •i:Üo 7Ô2, *8.48 a. m.; *12.65, 2.54, »4.58, 7.06, P. Hi. m. Sundays Stations, •8, *9.13 p. m. r'ITTSBURG . week days, *8.48 a. m.; •6.13 p. in. Sundays, *8.48 a. m. : *4.58 p.m. rafe&TÎ 1 'foS".*. T»iS Sr. 1 rUVv" <l ORLEAN» n, Al*n MEMPHIS via Bristol and Ohat(«»oo«». '*00 P m , dally. Tlirongh sleepers Washington to Memphis and N«<* Orleans.' !', taffftVfBFWatfPS: S£ d *LAS'DEN'BER<T ACC&MMODATION. week days. 7.03, 10.27 a. m.; 3.64. 4.58 p. m. 8u LE AVE 1 M aS'KET It.^TATION. NEW YORK, week day*. »6.50 a. m. PHILADELPHIA, week days. *6.50 a. .; 2.R p. m. . ... BALTIMORE, week dare, 8.80 a. m.; KAN HEN BERG end WAY STATIONS, week days. 6.50, 10.80 a. ra.; 2.60. 6.20 p. ra. Sunday». 9.66 a. ra.; 8.20 p. rn. ms*». » r -f , A'iits. EL /a!; i v.£gws TON, week day«. *3.40, 6.00, *6.25. 7.10, •8.15, 9.30, *10.38, 11 30 a. in.; *12.20, *1.3«, 1.50. 2 45, *3.30, «4.20, 4.30, *5.15. *6.41. *. 6.30, •725, »8 40, 10.10, 11.36 p m. Sundays, »3.411. 6, *8.15. $, 11 80 a. m.; *12.20, *1.36, 1.60, *4.2(1, 4.30, 6, *7.25, *8.40. 10 10, 105 p. m. KS rklLADELPHLA. READING TER MINAL week day*. *3.20, V68 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. QRFF.NE, Oen eral Manager. II.MINGTON AND N 'RTHIRN RAII ROAD. Timetable in effect WAiCh 15.1896. Trains leave Wilmington. French street elation, for B & O. Junction, Moqtchsntn, Winterthur, Guyencourt, Urenogue, Coerart. chadd»' Ford Junction, Pocopeon, West Chester, Einbrevllle, Mortoovlile, CoatesvlUe and intermediate *t«tlon». dally, except Sunday, at 7.10 a rn., 1 10. 4.0b and 6 01 p. in, buedav only at 8 08 a m : 2 10 and t.Oo p m. For Wavneeburg Junction. Si rlngfleld and Intermediate »lotions, dally, exoept Sunday, at 7.10 a. m.. 2.10and 406 p m. atb.Oba. ra. and 2.10.4.05 p m. F»r Joanna. Hir sboro, Leading and Inter mediate stations, daily, except Sunday, at 7 Id a. m. and 2.10 p. m. Sunday only at b.08 a. m and 2 10 p. m A. G. McCAIJöLAND, Superintendent. BOWNEae BRIQ6S, G«a. Pataecger Aged " W Sundays oniy