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J ' fennvuoval nr. the o»l> M'nnlnr Pei .ijrrcTf.! l'tll*»ade. N ? it. 1 »(feet, ' Fta ß »• * Rtcme>, |l. Advice bfc«*h*»be linUeilwiu. J--» e ' 1 the old. Br SAI.E. I'OHSALK.-OOL'KB' BOX Olt W AUD IO 1* h i.oi fect lounge ; bed by night, mid L* ItUltIO >y day mu oh clothing vuy ■U In Yo I lotos for get for pnek i extra I yr\ ago, wife of the «•!« pieuclici, auys Price In Cr -., 910, $12. Kulme, 91% 914. Haw Silk, 920, 125. Silk Brocntelle, «23, 930. 'aUnceBO ,«If with ordert u* A I.FHEDCOLkS^ ays. ooklyn. rend and llyr ket J80-d&w-ly OR SALE-9 PHAETONS. THEBE, (faoruplt Kn d and inZVliCL* F the very low e ju»t tho thing for ag in oplo. W.M. HAMMOND, French streets. and T JiOBSALE.—ONE EIGHT HORSE roW Oncida Engine Weal High _ 1 _ ' 111 and flxtur iiIng order of tho late John MclJrldc^d': ceaaod. Inquire at 007 Oranges' ND BOG lot adjolutng. Washington street. m9-26f POll BALB-jHOUHBB. NO. X* Wright / pply at No. 915, j>OR BALK—A COLLECTION OF de dearborn* wagons and carriages at fair prices. WM. HAMMOND, tad and French atroeto. mh-94 B M I ; : TTIORBALE-A MILK ROUTE. HORSE, J; wagon and cans. Address Milk Rou te, th is offlec._ ml»-1Ytl OR SALK-GOOD BUILDING LOTS. two address C. F. n!9-tf F will exchange for small honors. Call WELCH. 904 E. Fourth street. 511 tOH HALE-TWO STORY FRAME Fourth a ml Dul'ont this otneo. B : 1 ' ' Apply OR SALE-A HOUSE; NO. 848 M ADI —. ... «öl : ttlso hoimoaiid lot, Fourth end DuPont Btrect*. Little money olUco. a-97 V qiiired. Apply at -ir L ADIES' DRESSMAKING DONE artiatlcallv and clu-nply at 883 Market rireet. Cutting aud flu Ing a speciality. Learuors wanted. Mme. S. IL West. -Tu-F* ■ FOR SALE. of the estai« of Richard private sale his ^ The cxouatoi FARM AT HAKES CORNER, ACRES OF CONTAINING ABOUT LAND. The locatli the Delaware railroad, adjncei Castle and within six 11 ton, eommandlng a magi IlioDelawurorlv those drei rln Of fiirin, on the Une of WRnili it view »unding h a nropufty for u Nlng or farming purposes, line stale of cult! va d has two excel roal k ml The tlou ; Is well watered containing apples, good soloctlon* of pt-ara grapes vnd all othor fruits. Tim improvements ocirafst or Mansion flouiio. Fanner«' House. Barnn. etc., and ( dwelling house and blacksmith shop e's Corner. Tills farm ha* not l*«en ln 18«. Tbl* property will and oorrespondonw.» answered »riss lugy J. Jackson, Clermont Farm, Hare's C go A. Elliott. Attorney for Executory Bayard Building, Wilmington. Dot. m*u m-ao-tr : le ket t»y tier. Del. Gci Ours is The Place, 009 KING STREET. If you want to buy a good cheap »ng Muchtuo. ours Is the Piece. If you wout to buy o good Shuttlo Ma •hine. at prices from 980 to 940. t lace. All the dureront tnakOB. arranted. 'you wànt th® llnret of them oil. buy STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE, lightest running, the quietest, tho ■ sa Lia fho rapld and all around the factory. Price* from $40 up. Fully war ranted by the company and personally. 009 KINO STREET. 11 I la the plaoe If you wi '.'■saaa kinds of 11« rail laohtnre. Machines of every kind re alred by au expérloncod band. Prico* al rnysrlgHl. Machines and Dress Forms K la on installment* 'AND AUD BE WING Our* is the plnco. MACHINE ROOMS 609 KING STREET, T. D. BROWN, Manager. Wlmlngton, Del. Wi5-rnf-wlm WE HAVE THE BEST $23.00 Oak Chamber Suite In the city, EIGHT PIECES. GEORGE X HARDCASTLE, No. 417 Shipley Street. m88 lmeod LENOEL'S FAMOUS Bavarian Lager Beer rire Bavarian Beer baa caught tbs pi Unsre and connoisseurs pronounce e equal of the best German brewing*. oont*>'ia ouly malt, hop* Ask for Lengel's Bavarian tup at all leading s^iooi ub ■ Ure and t. u\» JOHN A. LENGKL, Fifth and DuPont Sts. J9 Talophor.e No. 575. G. H. GROVES, jlag, Gravel, Plastic. Cement and Felt Rooter. TWO AND THREE PLY READY ROOFING AIAvAYS ON HAND. MD ROPE MANILLA BUILDING PA PER A SPECIALTY. Eait Front Strc Wilmington, Delaware. AB work guaranteed aud estimate*, cheer fully given. Wl>ID-U t! I>II>.\'T and DISK ASKS OK MEN. 0ÏÏB NEW BOOK vice U Vlui. fr _ •» trifle with IÜ EDICALCO-, BuUslo, N. Y. aU. It* ■el END OUR WORDS! PATRICK FAHEY Ï No. 1829 Weit Fourth Street, ARPENTER. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Brtlmates furnished for work or all guaranteed both in uOI7-tf kinds SutlHlaotlo workmanship. WANTED, W ANTED-ALL THB LADIES OF Wilmington and eounty to have ' eir sewing machines put lu first -olaaè lining order, os sprlng-thno Is coming. 1 will put your nlng order f rom 25 the only sewing Wilmington. Yo leaving your order. «chines mouth. Ail makes of machines, i old. sold on easy weekly or monthly pay monta or cheap Tor cash. Domestic ma chine a specialty. W. T. FOKWOOD. le btt! No. 602 Shipley Bt. May eure gnd snd jhelr jiud ita upward, ae I have dilue repair shop In money by postal. All ANTED—ALL LADIES INTEREST drcHdinaklug. and wishing lug patienta cut by acuratu tiiin for dreasmakere or prlvuto nilicn, or wishing to learn cutting and tilting by Rood's inttglo scale systoin of drafting, should call at one* iroin 9 3 p. in., ou MHS. E. K. rul Agent, No. COS Mar W lea ' feet WILLIAM», Oui 'Oft. ket TIT ANTED AT ONCE-10 QIRLH FOK %v cooks and general housowork, Ö half grown glrltt. a oolorud mio hii «1 wtfo rook and wultor with glrla for children; 4 River rniatda Derm A i . !3 chain ). A woman with a child wishes u nation. Annlvnt tho DELAWARE IN T EL LI U EN CL OFFICE, Nluth and Mudl in'26 3t j I and " W A SSr AM - i'EllM.Ni ■ bet Prico 912. discount -half with order, 0 Mrytlo Avo„ III ooklyn. N. Y. n tho w 10 pur ou 915, %20. Turn baluueu at uo uuys. A Lf HKD COLES, JSO-d-w-ly W ANTED— DETECTIVES— B HIOIIT young men In evory locality, to aot Prlvuto Detective, for the oldest Demo the country. Uve Agency of thia n Juoorporutod In 1879. Bend stamps for lull particulars. Address Washington Detcetlvu Agency, box 787 Washington, lowu. a-8B-3m MIDDI.E-AOKD WOMAN WANTED the country, mkoimroof a sick lady and «Iren; pie se call nt the Intelligence ofllce, 511 I-knit Fifth Btrect. Charge IS AlBogirlB wishing homes fuinllics. Charge60 cento. Ytr Alfyfb-ïtll oKlloiV 9300 1)0 L VV^ lore from son»« private poxi yon A Rising Hun. «•hll I ma) at t B & 0 per cunt. A ddresa in27-2t| W ANTED—A GIRL FOR IIOUHIC work. Apply 107 W. Fourth mS7-3tJ RL ACK8MITH, ALSO '011119. IUÎ74I W ANTED.— V ËLTY CARRIAGE ■ Kill AT ELY, ONE tiker, g N K. 1* w A .: 'ED. — 1M md 1:1 ul hand rod. ST LI' UK Ell, S 11127 at W ANTED ^ for got GOOD WHITE atm. housework, nt No. 815 ANTED trlinmcr For Information c 127 Elliott W FIRST CLASS COACH I. Chester Uo. Pa. J. T. ELLIOTT, ., Wilmington, Del. Malvern. U of W ANTED — LEARNER'S, MILL! ery thoroughly taught In Um 1* . For particulars apply Mi ket stu-.et. l)i*7-2il ln ANTED- A GOOD AND NICE LOOK lug colored m with relereuce. W for ■r in a qu ont ce. H KLF WANTFD-RELIAULK inhuk auce solicitors, agon orka in tau mi 01 1 Icuru of Bouic at which iIK-01110 during addressing "A" till by r leisure hmi R 151,1 J|1 L 417°Wash I ti| * 23-60 NTKD-OOOD. white girl W must lie good cook. Apply ton street. ANTED -LODGERS. FURNISHED Relereuce required. No. W .!•■ MM I Six tho Lia ANTE!).—BY A BW ED I Mil GIRL a p ai r to do general liouNework. 428 Jaokaon W ANTED.-A FE 11 private family. Address MRB. L. C. YOUNG, Highland* Wilmington, Del. 2.1-tf W 27-21« BOARDERS IN Pl'ly W ANTED.-A GOOD. COMPETENT white woman, good cook, for gen i:»o work, by E. M. NICHOLS, Ccn ernl hoi trevllle. Dot. COMPETENT nierai m20-3tt WT ANTED—A GOOD VV woman for cooking 010 West street. of . ousowork re al W ANTE D-IM MEDIATELY. pentent girl for general h work, nml u nurac girl. Apply ul 820 I COM Del. M H LACKSM1TII. ONE NTKD—A W JAMES li. I'OLK, Newport Del. Apply ANTED-BOARDERS TAKEN AT lowest rates ut No. 2D4 E. Second st. _11126-611 ANTED—YOUNG MEN BOARDERS 602 W. Sixth street. iu26-3t|j W W ANTED—10 PRACTICAL MEN TO tubacco. 8 hours W chewln« I ap-lH-ir work and full -ANTED-HELP FURNISHED FOR hotels, restaurants and private families at short notice. Apply nt the WILMINGTON INTELLIGENCE OFFICE Orauge Street. H1UII EST CASH coud-hund lurni 211 W W No. " ti ANTED.—THE price paid for , clothing, etc., ut T. R. CAHOON. VV Front street ANTED—LODU ERB Füll TH story front room. W board, 912 Orange. ' I w with fl8-tf PILLS Sah an« Sa« a. *• for -WOMAN'S SA F It mjXJU) " Wily. . S*a*ISaC*.. rXlUAaWAU. Pê. P ROPOSALS— P ROPOSAL8 FOR Printing tax bills for the office of tho City Tax Collectors. Proposals arc Inv.t und will be iQMivcd In tho box in the Council Chamber until THURSDAY. 7.30 p. m., for the printing of tho following tax bill*. NORTHERN DISTRICT, 4800 three lines; ub ■ May 28. 8500 capital ion; ■•o lines; 300 seven ....v-,-»w. lines: 75 lit teen lines; 76 nine teen lines and 2ft tlilrt v-ouo lln HOUTHERN DISTRICT, 7000 capitation: 1000 five line*. 4600 three Hues; 400 soven nee: 200 ten linos; 75 fifteen lines;!» mne ou ilaes;75 fifteen linos und 96 thirty-one . I Tho name to be 4 , 'I'm rd contract with aaniple, which oflicc of the City Tax Collec tor's olllce, No. 10 K. B.xth stroot. A bond of $60 must accompany each bid. JOHN E. CURRAN, Cnalrraan of Print ing Committee. be rdan PA N ÜT1CE — ALL MEMBERS OF THE A. O. U. W. of Wilmington and vl cordinily in ï. Ninth and Market ..cuing, May 28th, tin with Wilmington Lodge. No. I, Iberty Lodge. No. 10. clnlty, Thursday iqm-t tendered to Fidelity Lodge, f Camden, N. J.. on the occasion ot ie above date. and 1. No. a. J D. THOMPSON. M. W. Attest— C. M. MURCI1, Recorder. ■NT OTICB.-WORKING MEN'S LOAN A8 ^ 8ÜCIATION— The twentieth homii.i meeting of tho Thursday o° BU Association will lngnbxt,May2H, i ml report will he suhin i for officers nml dire scries or shares tho first payment i UEO. C. MAR lb. Secretary. i held ■el held. then bo Issued thereon. Ï N°? K THE PAItTNEKS1IIP UK oy ft Wilkii AND mutual co tied by W. B. Uemloy,who willcoiitiu business at the old stand, at No. i Market street. WM. U. REM LEY. IU27-2 t E.S. W1LK1NÔ. has be 11 bills w all in a Ayer's Pills a certain May always be relied upon eure for liver tropics, constipation, slok (leadache, blliousiÄs, dyspepsia. Jaundice, gnd rheumatism. Unlike most cathartics, Ayer's Pills strengthen tlie stomach, liver, snd bowels, and restore to these organs jhelr normal and regular action. Taken leason, they check tho progress of colds, levers, and malaria. Being purely vegetable jiud sugar-coated, Ayer's Pills The Favorite family medicine, while travelers, both by lea and land, find them to be Indispensable. ' "Wo sell •tlier kinds put together, and they give per. feet satisfaction."—Christensen & llaarlow, Druggists, Baldwin, WIs. "I have nsed Ayer's Pills tor the past thirty years, aud consider them an Invaluablé of Ayer's rills thkn of all Family Medicine better remedy for liver trouble! I know of and dyspepsia."—James Quinn, Hartford, Ct Capt. Chas. Mueller, of the steamshli " l^llcla," says: "For several years I havj, relied more upon Ayer's Pills than anytliin| else In tho medicine cbest, to regulate mj bowels, and those of the ship's crew. Thcsf severe In their action, but d( their work thoroughly. I have used then» eud with good effect, for the matlsm, kidney troubles, and dyspepsia." of rhep Ayer's Pills rasFAiren or Dr. J. G. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mast Druggists and Dealers ia Medietas laid by KENT. FOR RKNT. OUSKH, 1110 aud B TRBF.T, 7 rooms and bath. All onecs. will be & CO.. 7th 18 PINE TW > I ! . IIF.ALD ml3-2Ct d Market streets. jYOIl RENT.-THE HOUSE AT EIGHTH street*. Apply toC.W. iniW-6t b id Madi? GOODING, on the premises. F or rent—s t o r e r 0 o m and dwell! for Imlnn 1 »ly TATN Shipley streets. . Cheap Ap . Hi3 W. 2d Btr ce of your to right party. 4AI.l/s CREAMERY, 4th iuï7-0t* OR RENT.—TWO FRONT ROOMS • without board, F at Kirkwood street. ti)27-5t# F OR RENT-A HOUSE NO. 1507 NORTH Jack bo n street, at u -low • AP y. - ply TTtOR RKNT—HOUSE, NO 8, BEING the Houthcuat comer of Fourth Shipley streets, Hultnhlt fora Ing h R°5. ..I 585? . Apply ITH »'■.NT.—A COTTAGE i-itliout stul In 1, Del. Apply City, Rcliobi TatiniU »trot tn27-8tf TTlOtt RENT—ROOMS WITH OR W I TU X' outboard. 1011 Tatnall st. a M a Our Japanese Gold PRINT Equal to GOLD LEAF. PIK-RON * The great transparent stain and Varnish combined for Glass or Wood. Try our Carriage L. IN GLOSS PAINT. You will u'se no other. Oils, Varnish, Glass and Putty. Painters supplies. House Painter and Gradier. JAMES M. BRYAN 107 West 8th Stroot, Glazing promptly attended tt Wilmington, Delaware. Telephon«. 4U0. «8 AT st. McKEE & PYLE have removed their ilnmburund coul office fr •Mmo tu No. 911 M whero they can at l for tlio sottlemont of •der*. They e furnlshlng of lu iillUurs supplie*, at the yard* promptly upon notion and upon the mostfuvouible tunns. Thankful for they,have received their Htriet uttcutton rit a oontinuanca îtïeîC 6 TO bills und the rccc) will coal and tin uh oTd iberal pn bii»l tliey hojiii i2.i t I FLOWERS ! FLOWERS ! ' I M ' summer ^nlcoly supplied iiIiouhos, T for your selection. S/sldo having your yar n good selecilon Falrvlew Gr mid Market if you call at ity-fourt F It Pê. limit cull house* call and morning atGth i very King street* j i ts office. 1 never had tiwt#s of all kinds » vey a hotter selection and they wete n thifty. tho the : Y P. POTTE if. 2IC4 Market Ha mlD-15t GUNS. ion; Bre Cont inental Double-barrel guns. $5 Double-barrel G •loading Double-barrel Oi 98. I 921. ManI bmith Double Hpoi ting Com oldest anu the cheat « • uns. 941.00 tho l the Slate. I Edward Melelioir bid. 814 King st Wilmington, >ol. DEAFNESS, ITS CAUSES ANU CURE! THE vl Jcally treat . 'flu from ; N . * ! - I IT cured, o "''cull h rlta ot 14th st. Dr. A. FONTAINE, lurtAi WHOLESALE ICE CREAM, i «< uS icecream' A8 di . e' ; sold wiiolc factory aud i of ci cum pur CHARLES KYLE, Sixth and Or?ngo Streets. The public Is cordlaLj Invited. al8-3m A ttention — person» desiring pure drugs and chemicals, or wishing ' h Stfuli» ' 'ÂS.dîîi SCb" t pu™mï l i* i priai.«*, should go totho drugstore of II. R. BRING HUHST. No. 5U7 Market street, Wllm ingtou, Del. | B oarding— street. UK AT 107 EAST EIGHTH -23-6t-1 AN OIL SHOOTERS FATE. Hfs Body Gathered in a Grape Ban ket Af \pr a Dynamite Explosion, Bradford, Pa., May 28.— Peter Hart, a torpedo shooter, was instantly killed last evening three miles north of this city by an explosion of dynamite. He had exploded a forty quart shot of dyn amite in an oil well, and had returned to his business. Instead of depositing the remainder of the load which he had in his wagon he secreted several cans of it in a hollow stump 200 feet from the agazino. Why he did this is unknown. While soldering it it is supposed that accidentally dropped a can in the Btump, and the explosion followed. The report was heard for miles around, and i persons in the neighborhood hea the place all that could be seen was a deep hole in the ground and a few fragments of human flesh scat tered about to tell the story of the man's fate. His remains were gathered up and filled a grape basket. His team was found a few rods away, uninjured by the explosion. Four cans of glycerine were in the wagon, still intact. Within BOO feet of tho spot were stored 0,000 pounds of the explosive compound. Hart was known all through the oil country as an expert shooter. He leaves a widow and one child. ■ Ii' W1UU1 w'arc TO MARRY MRS. O'SHEA. That Is the Latest Report Regard ing Mr. Parnell. London, May 28.— Mr. Parnell will cartainly marry the late Mrs. O'Shea in July. Those best informed declare that the tenacity with which Mr. Parnell has clung to his position Irish nationalists, and the desperation with which he has fought the battle with his political opponents, are largely due to tlie influence of the divorced wife leader of the of Capt. O'Shea. Should that lady win the probate suit now pending, regarding the disposal of the legacies under the will of her aunt, she will become possessed Mrs. of £100,000. It is also rumored that after his riage and the prorogation of parliament Mr. Parnell and his bride will visit America. To Conduct Another Trial. Washington, May 28.—The report of the board of officers charged with con ducting the trial8of the three pneumatic guns of the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius made by tlie navy department. In summing up the results of tho trials the board says: "Generally sp.uking the vessel as a gun platform beliavod very satisfactory. There ore many details concerning the steerage gear und niug tower which could be very much improved. As to the actual efficiency of the vessel for offensive board lias little data on an opinion." Secretary Tracy has dered the board to conduct another trial. ..I purposes tne hich to base Foreign Frovl Washington, May 28. — Ex-Kepre , who is about to member of the im at Home. sentative Grosv Bail for Europe migration commission, Bays some boc tiona are rapidly provinces. In Wie communitioH use foreign languag siat upon schools taught in foreign languages and will, before long, want the courts of law bo conducted. Thia he regards as a menant e to our institu tions which demands immediate utten tipu. becoming foreign sconsin, for instance, Failed for $»OO f OOO. Philadelphia, May 38.—The Ameri can Machine compauy, which lias been engaged in the manufacture of ice cream freezers, postal scales, and similar arti cles of hardware, failed yesterday, with liabilities which may reach $000,(MK) and with assets estimated by the company at from $150,000 to $300,000. The sheriff has levied on the property. Herman Albrecht, the president of the company, attributes tho fuilure to the closing of the Spring Garden bank. Farmers' Alliance Demands. Baltimore, May 28.—The legislative committee of the Farmers' Allia: Maryland met aud adopted a resolution recommending that the county associa tions demand recognition in the nomi nating convention, irrespective of party, and insist ution naming the candidates legislative portion of the tickets. Nothing transpired in regard to tho third party movement. Killed by Peekskill, N. Y., May 28.—Nathan Barger, a prominent citizen of the village, while driving a team of spirited horses, met with a most shocking death. The horses started to unmanageable. Barger endeavored to control them, but without success. Ho the dashboard of his carriage, and dragged to death before stopped. of for tor the oTd Ilui •ay Team. ! d became at palled the honm had Boat the Intercollegiate Record. Springfield, Maas., May 28.—The fifth unnual meeting of the Intcr qpllegiate association was held in tho presence of 4,000 spectators. The 100 yards dash was won by Shattuck, of Amherst; time, 10 2-5 half mile r Worcester; time, 2 min. 12 1-5 sec., thus beating the intercollegiate record. The by Dadmun, of -I--. 98. I 921. tho Ills Sliver Jubilee. Elucott City, Md.. May 28.—Rev. ßebaatian Rabbia, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic chnrch, Hagerstown, who is in Ellicott City, celebrated his sil priest in Bt. Paul's church, this city, with a solemn high mass, in which he officiated, assisted by I ltev. Peter B. Tarro, pastor of Bt. Paul's. •r jubilee of Fatal Boiler Explosion. . Plattsduho, N. Y.. May ü».— A boilt-r exploded at the Lion Mountain mines, ; fatally injuring Henry Liberty and * ! rioualy injuring two others whose names j not known. Tho boiler room aud - I contents were badly wrecked. i Polygamists ure Barred. Wasuinotok, May 3ti.-SecretaryFos ter has ennunciatea a now line of policy, holding that polygamist« come under the debarred class of immigrants, autl hereafter shall not bo allowed to enter the United States. e' Hanged by a Mob. Columbia, Tenn., May 28.— Green wells, the negro who «hot ami killed l i* i Fly. S fanner in this county, was R. taken from the Lawreuceburg jail by a mob, hanged to a tree and hia body rid | died with ballets. Cough candy at Ferguson's, llE. 2d. Monthly Meeting. The trustee« of the poor for this! county hold the regular monthly meet-urged ingatthe almshouse yesterday with the Chairman Nowlatid presiding. Superintendent Guthrie reported a total population of 170 Inmates of thej almshouse, divided as follows: White men, 77; white women, 65; white chll-.norin dren, 11; total white porsone, 143; ored mon, 18; colored womon, hi; colored children, 2; total colored per-here sons, 27. The monthly pay-roll, amounting to I $350.35, was presented and ordered ( paid. The committee on grounds, tOjC. whom was referred tho question of sewerage, reported progress. tho recess the monibers visited the| burying grounds and discussed the advisability of Improving It, but ac tion was deferred until the next meet ing. I . .... .. . |No. hen the trustee» roassombled a ro solution was adopted requesting the.jt attorney Tor the board, W T. Lyneiu, , to report at the next meeting all bills passed at the recent session of the wa8 legislature affecting tho trustees of the poor. J. R. Carswell, treasurer of I the poor, reported to tho mooting that in view of tho changos in the manage ment of the finances of the county he had determined to defer the payment of claims against the trustees of the j poor until after the report of theat-,*T, torney on recent legislation. ^ The chairman or the board waa, on'î^îî. motion of Allen Smith, Instructed tol and affix the stamp of the corpo to tho pay-roll, and also b!gu| aud stamp all bills in the future. onB Hu peil u tendon t Guthrie was author iMd to have card» prepared with tlie names of tho new officers and commit- ^ay. tees of the board lor the use of tlie members. also Mr. Guthrie said that frequent ln quIries wore made for tho dûtes of birth and parentage of persons born In!, the institution, and instunced a cose'TD which occurred about two weeks ago. JL A young woman, who had beer, born) ln tno almshouse und adopted by aj araily who had raised and educated 1 . her, applied to him to lcuruthe date ofi her birth and the mimes of her parents. much troubled over his lnabll-l Bl Sho w ity to give her the information. Ho de-las scribed tho young woman os a well revere* ÆEIGSE* I reor-S 8 ».. »Sstsble« .... , tuuL sue «nam adopted child, olid, otter coiisldoiable , llu inquiry, learned that sho had been born at the almshouse, but had boon unable old. to learn anything about her parents.drive. .She had been taken sick. Her physi-i clans had despaired of saving her lire, and on being Informed of her probable death she had ro<|tiostod hor adopted parents to murk her coffin and grave X with her real name. Unexpectedly ehe! had rocoverd and then determined to, ner find her parents if possible. | Mr. Uutbrio thought in view of the l frequency of cases af this kind some ,p provision should be made for keeplng ol a correct registry of ull tho births oc- || R eurring In the institution. educated person of pearance hud accidently lear <1 lady-li The matter was fully discussed, and Mr. Guthrie was authorized to procure a substantial book to bo used for the' purpose. The committee appointed to visit r> and report on tho condition or tho, a buildings and inmates, reported:j cel lent ComfortablelharnoBs. "That the c port the buildinKB in dition. The inmates ... they could Le made. We believe the " almshouse to be under management" The chairman replied to veellent: - the a report by saying: "The chair hears this port with great pleasure." Messrs. Cloud, Garman. Dr. Springer ^ and Nowland were appointed visiting* committee to report on the condition of the house ut the next meeting. The Lus toes adjourned. Yearly Mce The Progressive Friends will hold their thirty-ninth yearly meeting at Longwood, near Kosednle, on thoL, Philadelphia & Baltimore Central rail- » road, on Friday and buturday, Juno 5, d tt. The circularannouneing the meeting and which is signed by Frederick A. ninckley and Mary M. Bailey, says: ••O nceagain tho youthful summer! Huminoimusto tho sacred shod ou J.ongwootl. Yearn ago our fathers) and mothers made that spot holy I by consecrating it to free; thought und free speech for human , brotherhood und tho rights of What we have received a* a privilege duty to transmit unira pared opportunity, lotus, then, come to-| gclher in the fellowship of tho Spirit; „ for I ho seriousnnd thorough «-onsidera tion of tin» gii?at rroblemsof life which o to-day knocking at Tho progr ng. of • do» ranged by Un dxlh. 'S; «r Life;" sketch of Longwood's earllen history, by Edith Pennock. Sixth day! Address, by Isabella licech .'s Iti I« »its|%n nlng-Address, by Anna (ïarlaiid Spencer, subject: ''State! Control nml Social Caro of Dependent! Glasses; Woman'sBharo in "the work;? address, by Giles B. Stebblns, subj "The Permanence and Pi ogress of lie ' Seventh day, after-. __by HiM.rylUllaok'v'nJ subject: "An Educational Qualification; for Suffrage tho Most Imperativ ." First day niitlo is ruing—Address, by Fied "The Men « ' ay. A. Hinckley, subject: afto er Hooker, subJoet:' , Wom th day, Me .thing to rest my ," said Archimedes, l^arge bodies •ed slowly. But it ia ! imposable or m-o.i difflcnit t«Bk to re Ate r ÄISS Ä". 6 o kl Ä! y to do this with uumeuicsted aico holla stimulants, ilie experiment is unsafe. The sure, safe means, is Hoa-| t otter's Stomach Bit tors, which affords just tho right amount of stimulus without overdoing tin* mutter. Con tinned Inactivity «r either the kidneys or bladder, it should never bo lost sight of. are attended with grave peril. 1 Bright's disease, dialietes. mid other . MSÄ iïSbïïîity'Tt'S; idtieye. To ovoroomo this is ao oosy the outset. Not so later. is tho appointed time in a ease of L 'T'fi^'KÜÄis»! ledicti by tho bitters, iigl -Add I roll*j Ids tien I Reft course by F. A. Hinckley, •'Symbolism." "I Could Move the W( If I bail . * k ' ' u | N | this Pm le Tills Evening. | don'.'x' j'. wüTvieïï ÙV[s"i)lty 'tô-nit-ïit, (and Ills -treet wharf by t ho lodges oT this citj'. I street parade. ■ rtfftavi'apers, ,_ ... "_ ï «s fho First Regiment Band, So night* in uniform, Wilmington t nanti of •rs ot x-'iuui-.which N .1 I Fidelity Lodge A. O. U. W., of C looted that they . 'they will bo vill bri at Fr nbe of tho ho der of the pnrado will bo I follow .. „ ..... . Si^'Âo^/'utou'ïîwIgèJ'Nof'lo! Jeun ing' New Jon ity Lodge, No. 3, Camden, N. J. Tho route of tho parade will be up ifruurti to Bocoud. to Kin», to i SuÄMÄS.'teÄ|i Dolawmo avenue, to Madison, to Ninth and thence to Workmon'siJallatNlnthi 1SÄ, »m h.it, sus tho visitors wiU make a brief visit to the l ull, after which the line will .Sixth ltcglmei d the form, and march down Market to Eighth, to French, to Sixth and to Ger ! Hall, where a reception will held aud a collation sarvod. 1 James W. Ware la very strongly meet-urged aa the Démocratie member of the Folio« Commission, and letters jhavo been sent to Governor Eeynolde a asking him to appoint him. R. C. Fralm, Esq..went down person ally to day himself to see the «over chll-.norin his own behalf as the Republican col-jmember of the Commission. He took with him the endorsement of 40 per-here of the lair of Wilmiugtqn, Ropub ilienns and Democrats. I William M. Pyle, Dr. Shortltdge, ( George C. Marshall, W. 8. Quigley, tOjC. F. Thomas, and several other He publions are strongly urged for the During'appointment, — Slight Fire. I An alarm of lire evening*, about 8.46 o'clock, from box |No. 2J,at 8eventh and RAllroad avenue, which the department responded, the.jt waa caused by a bod catching fire in , houM ln the vlc |nlty, The lire was extinguished before much dauiago wa8 I _ Fainting. Walter Joseph, house and sign palnt , shop N6. 003 West Second street. sounded last --- - j pUBLIC ^ . _ .. , ^ pî f °wi i i HI l!îi of Be<,fOT<1 on'î^îî. «ntof* nantraviiiA Dei Tri ,. qn . v tttkp a men 4 P* , * At i.80o clock, p. m. onB , car lo 5 d .,? f l »nri t ,i 1 niL^ W n ,"nV on( , iraalna ^ay. qunl by ronsldert^I, thej* c dereold in Bedford County cov also sell at the same ti SA , S , i 1 * ora ' gtuiaui ft * In!, cose'TD JL aj 1 . We will soil at public sale, W7Mttr,IBtstreot * Chester, Pa., THURSDAY, JUNE 4.1891, At l.ao o'clock p. m., SALE.— -iStiiiVS invited thc*e 't be We will a lot of fresh feeders and PASSMORE BROS. ^ , Auction UBLIC BADE OF HOHSE8 ^0 mi ret a bio«, de-las head of southern Ohio horses. Among thl»lotwill be'"",«! oxtrs flne roadmoro ÆEIGSE* Œn^r;7t k î r S »Sstsble« two days before solo. All liorar-s ! guaranteed n« represcnlcd. 1 pair brown , llu | 0 ^ e yeora old. 18 hands bl*li, very quiet, and extra workcre. l pony, 8 \ old. phicton and karnesa safe for children parents.drive. Two t>^ur mont I ib 1 credit. T w 'THeSone iai ' Auctloneor8 - p T3UBLIC SALE OF STOCK, X 1 will sell at public Bale to, ner * Ueiaware County, Pa., | MONDAY, JUNE 1. 1831, l earloRd of carefully Bclected dairy ITgv ,p owi4 fresh and forward sprlarerB, .leal ol J£ i ^ u, i 4 *"' 1 nice thrift y ah || R iS counS Pa. and moutha credit. d Booth's Cor a 1 from Uurnber ai8mcod C. W. BALDWIN, ctioneer. J. H. Slaughter, r> a ^ 4 wagon. rilLIC HALE OF HORSES. " five good horse*, a lot Stid room. No. Eaet Fourth « Auc 1 ON SATURDAY, MAY 80th, At 10 o'clock, A. M., - the owner having determined ^ M 1 ' nrrrx am am a-?» !)Ea retire m2.) IILIC SALE. The subscriber will sell Du I* public sale, pled by -rly ms' station trevllle, New Castle i ON MONDAY. JUNE J. 1891, . r< Fc miles cast at thoL, .... . . . . . » J'SSi.fü?' 5, «"e Tlolstebi'and°?Jurham hlSfere with ralv. M l.v th.dr sldo Tonn« 60 days. ROBERT MERRICK, A. J. Q. Robinson, Auctioneer, tjubi.IC SALE-^will BE sold at pui ilc suit ** • -— , ' to-| _A._C. 811 ah pi.es „ _ inty. Del., of ten 21-ts-d Booth b Corner, Del., MONDAY. MAY 30th. 1891, At »ringers. T froth ml n rfaml Ct l< I di I' Bale »DLEY. ri.lt 13 m . in, of course wç are For « m »its|%n 51V by SWB d Jf - your benefit, too is here, so are wa Shun us not, but call and see OUR SPRING STOCK OF Ladies' line Tan Goat Ox ties and slippers. LadlCS fine Olive Goat ' ia ! ^-v xr i a- i i• to Oxford ties and slippers. Ladies'fine Kid Pat. tip, Oxford ties and slippers, is T ... . . . 1 \ . LadlCS une Kid plain Ox j.- „ _„,-i „1 fold tlC8 aild slippeiS. iVIissCä' fine kid l)fit tin _ ' , . une , W F> lost Oxford ties and slippers. 1 -«,• , j2 i-j i- r\ MÎS869 filTG kip, plain Ox ford ties and slippers, Children's kid Oxford tics , .. of aiKi SlippGfS. Hand made and flexible jgewed, kid button shoos for 'Ladies-' Misses' and Children. ■ Men's, Boys' and Youths' "'.fine calf, hand sewed and flexible sowed 6hocs, Blip— Oxford ties, Wigwam's «s Tennis and Base-Ball 6hoes. So- if «roil dnnt tn lfPPD llfmtPfl 11 J ÜU WUIlt 10 pOblLU of in re S ftrt * styles aud prices, i x-'iuui-.which are always right, call I i.i at the tho up 'Ihif'LTI-—.:)— fl U » « TI „„ , flin y vhno Hnnw. JL UillllJ U11UU llULlUU J sus- 206 Market Street, to > , i , I (East side above Socoud.) to \\ T m TT ! 1U * be.Tennia. Bicycle, and Baao Boll Shoes, 1 m i. R. MKOICAJU irai 038 I fif*K!drta^! l ll5£ PhUsd'a'icknofcledgÄ Ph ■? thm un£ a $l}£ «leijRï 'paru plS ^ïl'®l,r ; F Hismetliodthoonlyooe known thatcure*^y | combining the Allophthlc. Homoeopathic A Eclectic eyatems of medicine, whero ell others rail. Nervcns Debility, Mrle( tires, WAjrriNu Weakness, Errors of Youth, Lost vigor, IsflrtniMKNTB rlage. want of development, etc. Fils supe rior knowledge enables him to check these diseases Immediately, enving/rent Nullerin* ßeöd 4o. stamps for book 'TRUTH ' ana testimonial* Hocus, daily from 9 3 P M. Evenings from 6 to 9. Wed nesday and Saturday Evenings, fro P. M. 8undays till it! noon. Don' bugged by quacks thclr fraudulent gunrnn tees, free consultations and cheap poisonoip drues : they ore worthless & ruin thousand? l t he hura ' or ;LT";T) m ..,H°, r «r,t"' l How is Your Liver. ? For He tired, give chey and generally out of better Remedy You Bugar coated, elegnnt in action : splen y did lor Headache, Neuralgia, Costive neat. ' Aches and Pains, Liver Complaint, Blot dies, No Appetite, Ac. Never grlpo or sicken. 95c. Sold by Druggist —* country stores. Dr. J. Simms & Son, BOUE PROPRIETORS, Fourth and King Streets, Wilmington, Del. ! Belt's Dandelion Coffee rket, and Is of Is the flneet in the great value DYSPEPTICS, The combination Is a good one end can usually be readily digested, when ! ordinary coffee would dersnae tho Btomach. Samples furnished upon application. did Z. JAMES BELT J PHARMACIST, Sixth and Market Streets. DR. WORTH'S COUGH CUBE and certain c oup. whooping cough, pitting of blood, pains only dry up a cough, but loosens tho phlegm and al lays the InHaiumutiou. thei .. heal tho diseas'd parts. For throat bronohltlsand hoarseness, thlB remedy is unequalled. al«o for coughs after la. For long standing and oonsum tlve coughs this Is tho remedy. Price : eta. For ealo by N. It Danforth, Second . Dll worth & Grant, Hoc most speedy 1 a>l diseases of the th such as coughs. 1 •oby porml d Markets id and Jefferson Tenth , E. T. Dllworth 7 If (1 Market st*. AUE YOU PARKER'S tilNUCR TONIC w y. r*ro me cu. compoun CONSUMPTIVE! 1 iHIOfl delay. all c , . lun»-. -.... rilus. exLsuiiion. b idlgot 'ui|l»û' rd HINDER aORNS. . M v nl I * y V:' . w .L-L* _be ClitrtMtof'a En/rll-.h Dlumond Bran«. ENMYROm PILLS e«nflp«t, »«ic nions, etc. biop« Kir. Kev irsltu. OrlKl«-l MS f ■ Take ne^other. XtTSrtrt.. or •«dfa. ill p' These tiny Capsules *io bu ^J^ba, t0 Cub^ m an°d j Itn 48 hours the* same dlseasos K-Jwithout any inconvenience. - SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. No.l004FrencüSt Desiring to sell this property AT ONCE Any one wishing a nice home can ob ' tain a bargain by calling upon Heald & Co Security Trust and Safe Deposit Co.. No. 519 Market Street L 9500,OOa CATI Allows lutereot F« 2 H nts payabls after days notice. I *«r Tri* kc 5R8* #, aVä IS M Active KK, ^ u, 6kn* 3! II. c. nsldeut. DjI.m . U. CLAUESO -d H - T «ei i a - MARBLE WORKS? JOHN L.MAI.01VE, i su.™ and Jefferson a of Mon Mdmînftî: 'l-rh i K Murolo and Slate' se and building work Delaware d F Su undersold. Mantel*. II , i a«, losoi iptions. , I batialACtton * aCJ-tf ,n teed. 8TGRRGE, at low j Iture a. Tho n bo made by applying AT 118 KING STREET; n desirable urrungein i K.80UDKK JM Telephone 44». T75YE8 EXAMINED FHER^S^Ä, XLI and glasses accurately ud-^^ lusted, at No. 306 Market street. ÇUOF. iVXIL ■MM R. R. ROBINSON & COMPANY,, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Fourth tad Market ! Stocks bought and sold In the Now York.' Ph ^* del P h,a a,ld boston markets on coni I^otters of credit given, nvallahlo In all 5 'paru of tho world. anddralu on England.* Fr> " C8 ' UOrniai,y mUd F 0R RENL | ei land 8 ho 1209 •Teffierson Street. OOl Vanltureu 1421 Harmon •« 10 oto Ttvelft»» St. . M Sin nl 1 Hi t und Avenue, Highlands, low 11 linnr u. 917 per l 03 Walnut street. W. Eleventh street. E. D. R. SUTTON, 832 Market Street. 9 POSTSCRIPT. Bargains in Real Estate lmprop;?.Su'^ ed and Unimproved. |, The laot of the Oi.d Almsi tsf. Prop- ui the market and MUST HL y ' PARK ON ME.Vi'8. ,D ... lot« at FAST LAKE MONTHLY PAY- 12 few remaining EASY I Your Rent Pays for Your Home j on my Plan. | Money for Good Mortgages. 0 Pur Cent. Debenture Bonds, l'rlnripul und Interest Onaranteed.' JOSEPH L. CARPENTER, Jr.,^ 923 Market Street. tnl8 1 I '4 4 FOR SALE. Western side of city. Splen did location for either Hotel boarding bouse. Will be sold choup. House large L. J. FOULK & CO. REAL ESTATE, NO. 825 MARKET STREET, p. WILMINGTON, DEL 2 ES. B. GROVES, REAL ESTATE AGENT AND CON VEYANCER, Elgli lor No. it* CH ed. lr»2tf Rcntsci rrandand Artistic nrtlHticbe the cheapest papers of any preceding I desirable work in the wall puj done cheaper '"J®"« ^ 00,1 - ,n S No lyond th do It. I at ns of >edono better, more fashlo- satisfactory. Wo like to show our ; and tell prices. It costs you nothing I mikI enjoy a fine and nrtlstlo I «vor vtewlth u vis oxhïbl/. ,0fc l*lé JOS. H. GREENMAN, JR. •7 No. 011 King Street. m90 6 Why not have a Hiano ; When thoy ■ bo bought for » ■ ßOT OSy. ORGANS FOR - ^ . pGI* £3 3 ^ • w. F. BOOTHE, No. GIO Market Street. wanantud for 5 years. 2 -AT Every Inst SOMETHING NEW. Walter's New Process Gra ham Flour, it cures dys pepsia. Recomeud ed by leading Physicians. Put un in 2, 5 and 10 lb. packages, or In low. Ask your Crocers for It. DISCOUNT TO DEALERS. Mill Creek Mills. WALTER % * t NÎVIN Telephone 663. •7 9 3 Pratt's Killer poison. I Will not Explode, rejures nothing but *3 Stac'kiiol'SS li. Co.. or Bed Bugs Wholesale Agent*. 632 Arch stroot. Thll .adelphia, fa. Hold by all druggi . m2-tf WM. H. LLOYD, 703 KINO STREET. o family smPA» Full line of luarket rutre. Good* 'the beat quality. Try ?at, N. O.mola Street's buck and and eoltore. flour. All tho popular ting Cleveland's do* of Lo dux powders, inoluil o fiuost olives and oli i. Fr heat. All - T -I j 14 flour of the e u Mills i WM. C. GUTHKIE, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Hea cachecrlully furnished Work U i K * t ,T' **' iteed F »CHANT iAV'ium McKenzie, i. W, cor- i, Wllmtng.. id, dyed, set onû I n. Del. Or , r .u , ',a'"«5l Ï- -,o ,1 ' iMf Pliiplo clotlili • from 9-1 up ispeclully. butisfaction guur j J. W. BROWN, Plasterer and Contractor. Heeldoi i Wilmington. Jobbing Promptly Attended To. Estimates Furmahud. 22J Delaware fwhde,p J^ f w ^ to " * Baltimore R. K ! M*y 84. 1891* Philadelphia (express), 1 5.%*? fOU * 6^«. 7 H 8 ^ 47, 10 (tf , to 40, 11 5 xi, « o-i. uao, 7 US and »' 12 5 Accoumuxfailoii. 6 a 3, 7 *3, $ 1A ». * 3 43, 4 J5, f JO. S 10 36 For », n;\j I». I : - 30, 3 1% ■V (ox 47. II SIT'ii 8 Ô0, 9 o ill Ml. « •». « 53, 7 OX 6 1(X 12 J\ t 23, it 43, 4 3?, 3 JÔ ho ' Ho u. 111. • a », 4 co, a 3 n . « 53, ft SO, j, il ui a. m., «12 ip. ia no, i sv, 5 10. 5 17, 3 33, JO 24. 0 30. 7 M, 10 07. 10 j •u w Uh( Cllll tv l.ui/iukiii, 6 8 lu l 3 45 U. For K diate iM-dlute -tAtlon*, 45 and ß 00 p. m.. (Co u.. 12 54 iti I,,,"» I lui .1 2 W 2 4 2 13 night. Hultlmi Jhtltljiu 9 II, 10 15 red H Line, 5 23 n. p. Ul., und 12 49 Division leave fors ul Wash 111 09 ii. lmprop;?.Su'^ tow |, ), 8 » TralnR To Dclftwn , 3 60 p. in. and way »latiouSL I Ex II a nlng ton and Dein ui kiln City, 8 13 n. Express for Capo Charles, Did PofnS Comfort and Norfolk, ii os u. in., aud 12 ul night. * Lesive Phlladelplitu Iirond street, for I Wilmington (exi.io8«l,3Be, 7 20, 7 -27.8 31, 18 a. m.. »12:», I 30.2 0*2, . 5 08. 5 30, 6 07, 0 5 \ 7 40, U 1% j S.'Voi, J | * r ' 1n *' modal ion, 6 23, 7 40, 10 28, 11 53 a. 28. 3 10, 4 U0, 4 40. 0 22, 8 38, 10 0% i., 1 3 SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia (express), 1 55. 2SL •20. H 30. 9 00, n 01 u. 111., 1 re* 504, 5 17. -08, 7 08, 7 30 an ' Jr.,^ ominodiitlon, 7 0, 8 U3, 1 45. 4 10, 3 201 Clic.stt*I 51, n. in., 5 17, 7 «i inundation, 7 —,_... (I 10 30 p. m. (exprcBB), 51 a. m., IS 10, 30 li. m. 33, 8 53 9 <• "isu. ■ 1 i*. 4 . 5 I For '4 SO, 7 4 10. 5 17. 5 50. !<t «1, 7U0 and 1U 30 p. For no» For 15«. 2 S3, 1 89. 1 04» w York WltllOl ange, 5. Chester, via l.amokin, S OS . and 5.2U p. m. Now castle, 0 50 p. in.. 12 «i night. rl4N, Old Polut Comfort : Cape C , 12 HHMMMBdiirton, Dover, Wy 111 ing, Felton, Hnrrington, RrldgevlU«, enforti. Laurel mid D.dumr, 1*2 Ul night. ,4 4«. SOI, Mlddlnto ml Wunhluat« IliiHi l to 03, 7 40. 8 au o. m. ul 1-2 49 nicht.' Rai timoré only, 1« p. . and 12 13 night. . ... l'ülli.il.lpl.lu, Bros.l »lre.fc SB), 3 50, 7 2». 9 10.11 U 8 67. 7 40, 8 3.\ U IA U» . s . 12 1 (<>x 4 41,5 1 und 12 •i«b p. II Aooniniiiodii n„ 12 SA H It) 28 2 4)5, 0 1U, 8 88. 10 For further Intormatiou ■e 1 * 0 fe 1 -reu to the nun 11 38 p. m. ■ at th« btation. Trulr ked thus (*)nro limited pro sa, com posed cniirelv of Pullman Par lor and Dining Unr*; tikingrcsBlonul Utn which au extr» of it* d Exprès*. upon fare Is charged. CH AS. E. l'UGH, erul Manager. j. n. wood, n'tPoss'gor AgK v BALTIMORE pk & OHIO ËÊ RAILROAD. May 10. 1801. CL. AVK. DEPOT. Schedule i TRAINS LEAVE KART BOUND. •Exprc New York, m:«!* 24 •3 of. «7 10, *7 43. *1«J^ - . Boston, Buffet Sie I Boston 5.-3:8. *7 41 • p. nr., duily, with Pul ing Curs, running I niiige v lu P ti passengers it Lout mi" hkeep, in li. .t M. 0 Bridgo.liir Utioll lit IlOrt Indotplii: ok J«y>, -3 r«, « 00, n «, 8 AO, 9 CH), «9 50. •2 43. 3 03. 4 10, O0. «1088, •7 10. «7 , 7 5 05. «5 38, 6 45, «7 41.7 65. 10 00, «Il W p. m. Bhlladel|»ldu, Smidavi. «3 n 6 45, «7 )0t ; ;|^ggg»--:n 45, 3 0 % », «11 23n. i9, «43, 3 08, 6 45 «7 10, 7 50; .. 1 00, «2 45,3 03,4 10.563, 10 0«, «U 2ft \u in. •ok d:ivs. *7 10 *11 4 10, 5 05, 000, Ml I °-ud»yi r. ' Ch» • 52 a. .. °2a . Sunday, «7 10 a. «2 43 p. Wr.ST BOUND. 4M, 7«*. IJaltluK U Was •12 19, «2 03. 2 53, «3 0.», *6 2L ally. ^ Tti 1 o and way stations, 702 a. Bs 2 .V* p. in. daily. Hiiltimore und principal stations on Philadelphia Division, 10 0(1 a. in., dully.. No wai U. Del., «4 5«, 7 02, «K47. «10 •2 55, «5 00, «Ü 21,7 35, «7 53, 11 daily, pittiiburg, *4 5C a. Chicago. *s 47 o. Cine and «7^ «5 00 p. . daily. . daily. •1210 p. m. ..255, .«5 and St. Lu ,7 02 li 10 p. in., daily. acuumuiodutlon, week Laud - S.9 30U. m. 2 63 and 5 TRAINS LEAVE MARKET ST A' p. in. ItKET For Philadelphia, week days. 8 85. 6 89, .,12 •7 2 », *8 13, I* 3.1, »11 :i3 a. 45. 3 55, Suaduys, li .. 12 42,2 431, 9 45 p. in. 3 55, 9 ' For .c.weck days,5 i, *5 00 ; 00 p. ui. ut principal station* on u. m. dally* idaye 9 25 a. in. mid way (Rations* 4A 5 . 6 50, *8 15* all in . Mmdays. ii . m.'i 45 Baltimore Philadelphia Division, 9 33 except Sunday. K For Lundeitberg rk day*. 6 50. Bundays, 0 23 a. Chicago, «8 15 n. Plttsbi .2 45 am Ï 5* . dttllv. ,6 09 p. m. du'Iy. land Bt. Louis, *1133 a. m, daily except Sunday. LEAVE FlilLADELPHIA FOR WIL. MINGTON. 30, 6 09, 7 33. -8 15, 8 40.* 953 Dally, .0 30, 20, 8 10,10 10, 11 Bop. m. I Sunday, «4 20. 6 on, *915.830. «9 33. «10 <* i*U 85 a. in., 12 00 noon, 1 fto 3 00, *4 31, 4 33* *3 4* 6 89. -7 20.S 10. io 10.11 30 p. m. «ÄtSF.o '*.;Sra polst, low vUanj^)thoi »o«. Manager. r. O SCULL, Orn l Puss. Agen* WILMINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. outlay. March ucnclng Coi The fast p ^LÜ City B RAN WINE r trips daily Chester |l0.8Cla T ?n^ai Uir -I Let va Philadelphia. Cbesti j at 7.30 a. ia. aud W.15 a. m. 14 p. if atf7.30aml Street i r. St Wharf. i d 1.30 au Chester. Simrtc tick* excuraior* n for Philadelphia. Single tlo id car«» eived package* r. l uge. for i ri-tf No. 67. =.«ar-T«i I ^ M F. RICA N LINE! QUEENSTOWN »ND I.TVF.HruOL. ,1 Si.llas every Wednrsdsjr from phia und e very Wedaceday from Liverpool and Queenttown. All persons who con ■nd*. would ted ageul oboth cabin aud afeei . Prt|i*ld stceruga u unde ^'J^fréiai 'Market str« ,well au tore, who will is* age tickets d one ye *e. ured by telejtujih witho cabin* d uod Scotland, t ot. Wilralugton, Del. 8AMURL F. IirTTS. Agent Tatar Wright ft ho us. Fhile.