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WANTS
H r an n*:i)-KWoND hand ruHxm'KK
We buy carpets, sloven, entire, house or
part, iiIm) good ciist off clothing. Dull
slal curt I to McMalu
. phono 122'), 11. di A. IGl) A.
Ill' ANTED—SMALL JlOl'SE ON WESTERN
V V side* of city, between Washington and
Harrison and Fourth aiul Tenth streets. Apply
to V. W.J., this office, sll-tl
A NT HI i—HELP FURNISHED FOR h7»
tcis. restaurants and private families at
short not ice. Apply at Wilmington Intelligence
Office, 214 west 4tli street 1 . jy2(J-tf
/\\■ A NT I*] I» WORK WITH DR F
4 VV will go out as an assista
Address U.,
■\\7 ANTED —FARM HAND ON SMALL PLACE
VV iiear town. Address R. S. E., The Daily
Republican office. ol
ANTED - PKK'SV.AKINO. CfnLDRI~N , S
clothes a specialty. 1342 Orange street.
send
Bros., 502 King street.
14-tf
K
v\
•MAKER OR
by the day.
: No. 002 West s
VV
3-311
U f ANTED-WHITE GIRL FOR WAITR!
mid ehaiubirinuid; reference
1002 King street.
i
*\.\/ ANTED -BOY TOXEARN BARBER BUSI
» V ness. S. E. Cor. Oth ulid Spruce streets.
A RELIABLE ELDERLY LADY WISHES Po
sition nt house with nged couple: no wash
ing: city reference given.* Cull or address M. A.
W., 1021 west Rh
ANTED A WHITE ROY FOR RELI. BOY:
men for farm work 818.00 per montli:
girls for housework: u Protestant girl for chaui
berwork gB.OD per week: a housi-keeper for the
city. Apply at Wilmington Intelligence office,
214 west 41 h street.
W
l-ltv'
W ANTED-TEN MEN IN EACH STATE TO
travel, tack signs and distribute samples
and circulars of our goods. Salary 8(10 per mouth
per day for expenses. National Heap,Works,
oMt-r
1
7 ANTED MEN EVERYWHERE
JOOD
pay, to distribute eiryulnrs. adv. matter,
cuiivaHKing. National Adv.
<>I-lt-r
w
tack signs, etc:
Bureau, Chieago.
ANTED—GOOD COLORED GIRL WITH
VI reference. Aiiply No. 000 Delaware
o4-2t
ANTRl) EVERYWHERE—UrtiTUSlW TO
tack signs, distribute cireulars, samples, !
eaiiVHSfiing: good pay. Sun Advertising ;
Bureau, Cliieago. o4-lt r
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COMMITTED TO FERRIS SCHOOL
Colored Lad Who Stole Bicycle
to Have Educational Home.
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In the City Court this morning j
Aamcs and DanielSluart were charged
with vagrancy. OMcer Eakin feund
the men on Front street about I j
o'clock tilis morning and as they fail- |
ed to give satisfactory replies toques
tlons put to them they were locked
■ U P- . I
Loyla Wright, colored, was down j
to the same oflicer. She was using j
very bad language 'about 9 o'clock
last night. The line was $2 and
cos*.
John It. and Karl Smith weroi"'
charged with disorderly conduct. Ser
gcant Kollchcr testified that he ag.,
sisted ill nuking the arrest ou Madi- j
son street above Fourth. A number j
or boys were throwing half bricks but j
Karl refused to go and used had lan- ,
About the time the wagon : '
templed to rescue the boy. lie was
locked up accordingly, officer Jolin
Furcell gave corroborative testimony.
i'liere is a complaint received oach | !
niglit from that section about thedis
order hf the boys. The court imp6sod j
a lino of $3 and costs in each case.
By* agreement the case of Fred
Hodges, charged with trespass, wont i
over for a week. :
Charles Ricketts, colored, was i h'
charged will! the larceny of a bicycle l
thc property of Willard Hall l J orter.
Agent Stunt asked that he be coin
milted Ip thd Fems^udustrial .School j
and the court made tlio order. j
a Ka-e Thin» j *
Giance a round and you'will ad
mil that the precentage of taatefuli y
painled buildings ih small (because
Mruc color feding" is a rale thing
ami like ail oilier aids lenuir-B
cultivation of poreeution and refine- 0
nieut of taaie. James M. lirvau s
eauipic cards are artistic antlprac
tical: they will help you to select
harmonious combinations of > he !
most durable and beautiiol colors ,
for house painting. |
guage.
came Karl's father came and at
Rent Lst .tc Business l'ett r. j
Iieul estate business is "looking j J
up" a lifctl) the brakaiy iu Wilniing
ton reiiort. It looks as if tho fall I,
business would ho good. j -
Another typhoid Fever Patient ; (
Harry Eliasou of the 1101 West |
street, of the drafting department
of tho Pusey and Jones Company,
is ill with typhoid fever. j

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Skk wi.h lypiioltl r-cvcr. T ' i .
Mrs. Kelley, wife of James ,T. ;<<
Kelley, elevator windueh.r at the
Fedoral building, is very il l at her ■
home Twenty second and La Motte
Btreeis with typhoid fever. -
The liquiiablc
UUAUANTEB AND
Niitlit und Murkcf SUr.
Trust Co.
i
Capital (K) |50U,000.00
J 006,000.00
Surplua
stud J 'roll 14
TRANS AO I'S A OICNUiltAlj TltUSL' BUiii
N 1C.SS • PAYS IN T K11 ii sT o M U IS POSi u.4
Oi*' IIONISY: RENTS SAILS UlflPOiir
130X ItB | MAN AO ES HEAL ES U A T 1C.
1)1 It ROTORS:
Pi eatou Lea Olho Nowiaul
Thomas Jackson s. Mini
J)r. J.A. Ora par Joint Uuuarufb
William H. Swift Fraukliu Taylor
J. •'innlit Ufoiiaau Samuel K. Sinitii
William W. Piwuj J. YVillci n.f (J
William Uovvo Ueo. <J. Lobdoll
Edward Briughuret, Jr T. Uolaman l> it*a»l
Joseph I* Carpenter, Sr
OFFICERS:
PRESTON LEA. Piesideut.
OTHO NO WLAN L), Vice Pros, an 1 Id i
J. T. PEN N YPAUKICil.Seo. uu<l t *r i.j >
IC'HAKD Rt'.W.-tW. A-UHtaut iVmn-ii'
* H. MORRISON, a mi 1 ti.iu t Secretary,
l' D CROSS AN. Real Eitute Officer.
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OUBLIC HALE - HOUSEHOLD C300DS
£ Tuesday, Out. 1th, 011 Urn premise, 601
Marrliou Btreefc. Sulu liegian at 10 o'olock n.
m*. when the unuxpind leaso of homo to
WBiih 25lh next will bo sold aud thou all the
faroilnre, out pots, piciuros. dishes
Theso goods Jibvo boeu but little
.STIDHAM & H ON, Auc.
uh Rood
ol*Ut
A DM INISTft ATOKH' MLK- W1IL HL
nald at public salo on tint premises with
out reserve ou
THURSDAY, OCT. ltfth. 1902,
at. 2 o'olock p. rn.,
Uia Joint PollingH,vorHi
1 sting of 116 acres, situated ou
above Wood iule
the faun known
property,
the Lancaster pilco
and miles south of Hottkossin.
WM. p. HoLLINUbWOUTH.
JOflN J. liOLLI NC4SVVOR Utl,
Admiiiisliutois.
Terms made km
ol 4 68 10 «« <4 15
a I aale.
blidlmm & Son , Auc
3
FOR SALE
b
OR SALE
HliAP- TWO RUNABOUTS. Ap
ply to T. U. Doud, 1710 Pen nay I vania avo
h2o-tI
II OR SALK-TWO NK W CARTS. ATiT.Y TO
■ TNin. Law, near Columbus Inn, Pennsylva
nia nVftiue. 0 '25-tl
I*mdSenroii! HM Bmw
Hpl.lv to Jhiiiix il. HotTl, k,.r Jr ! , v 11II i 10 i
Wflmiligtoi,, l)il ' Jr " Tv'! ™J '.'l 1 "**
-_ iy 1
I i '
revt Of Wo.nlfawn nvemie Am.lv to Hn'cl F.,,
Mt. Cuba, or Geo. C. MafiaVS. Wii' .
, Dei.
L. OR SALE OR EXCHANGI
4 ten and twelve room how., „, ..
neighborhoods. Apply to N. B. rulberL 21I KhM !
4th street or at 1209 West 9 h street. slVlino
o2(j-tf
'GV fu ht !
n go.ii
all i
F ^OR SALE —A MARK H YEARS OLD, SOUND
and all right, suitable for la.lv to drive; also
lows. Apply too. H. Parry, Brandy- i
■vine, Del. o4-3t i
am. ;
I t'OR SALE-SALOON FRONT AND
ington. Gall in the evening 0 o'oloe
o3-2ti
pESSTPRiClOJ PAID FOR SECONDHAND
J_) atoves and household goods of all do
script!on: stovi s bougbUsold and exchanged
stove repairing promptly aileaded to. A J I
CONNER, 205 Tatttall ailredfc. ail-tf j
— _ " I
LADIES—PERSONAL.
;
Ladies consult MBS. DOCf. CONDK spe
borne. Unexcelled. No exorottant fees.
Write for particulars. Enclose :c. uuma
AIRS. DuOT. CONOB. •
No. 258 South Twelfth street, Phila,
b27-8mo lu tii sat
I
Dr. Roberts' ;Office
Ladies, consult mo on
lltWU for a failurd.
street, Philadelphia, Pa.
all delicate matteri
Advico free. 2o4 S. 12th
sl3-lmo
LADIES
SUFFERING FROM #J»M
vaie aihneati from whatever
obtain qnicit, positive, sate rslla
"*' uo charge, hours J to ii. Dr. I'ranch
j'^medy Co,, 1107 Arcii utreet, > hiladelphia
1 w * ' JoiO-eodti
TO ATTEND_ENCAMPMENT.
[Many Delawareans Arrange For
Wilmington Trip
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j °" e h ""^ rsd ant1 flay veterans of
llleClv| l War - accompanied by the
«e»be« of the Sons of Veterans,
j and a H e and drum corps, will lea ve
| " ' , . 1 lr ' or ^ n ," r °''
Washington to attend the National
^""""pment of the Grand Army of !
I Vu *!!"', a tt ■ ,r .
j t he memheis of the Union Veter
j f". , i ,f- l0 , u * ' ea .v,°. Monday for
K'* uul »° attend the National En
campinent. Mrs. Ella Wogan, Na
,°rf r T r r Cr0f .' ll | # LadieS t A r, X -
31 -' U Y; L -> And-some of tiie
jne'uhe's ol the order will leave for
Chicago to-morrow morning.
j l ennsylviima is deeply interested
j 11 f ,le election of a Lommander-in
j Y hclf of tlle '/• A- R- to succeed Ell
, iu nance. Adjutant General Thom
: ' ls •• s te'V;i| t, of the National Guam,
is the candidate for Commander, m
_
_^or oandidate. for he place are
John^Block, of Illinois, form
| ! r b e "* ,0 « CommUs'oner. and John
^leFIroy. pubhsuer of tho National
j ^ ri ,u " e " f Washington. A prom
mei:n ^ 1 of tho ' ;lll "/ sll ' 1 Y os '
f - Hut Maryland. New' Jersey. | s
i /.®,' w, * re ;,Y lr, V nla ' N " rtl * Car " 1 . l " a >
: ,n 1 h Y Ke " M'ehl-1
h' m ' Indiana anti ptaoUcally all tho ,
Lld ® t aie so '0 for General Stewart. (
1 liere wnll be about jo ,000 of tUe
toys in line.__
Nat onai Guard Orders.
Lieutenant Cob C. M. Stevenson
* lus issi| ed the following order for
BaUl t lio " iJ1 ' ilu for tlie next tw o
ln011lh ?-,
Headquarters 1st Battaiion.
1st Infantry, N. G. D.
Wilmington, Del., Oct 3, 1002.
0 ^ ers Na 7 -
|- Companies -A", "C>, "F" &
F _wtli assomb'e at Armory, 12th ;
"nd Orange streets, tin tiie following
om " rj °\Ved nesdav
, ' "Cdnesday, UU. rimt.-.
Nov - h. «nd Friday, Nov. 21, j
ir , „ HPA , :
j J . • ^' 1L ^ c ' l » 7.^50, Assembly 7.5i»,
j J J UUnts ° 1 !*, S '^^ 1R * |
«v order ot |
I, . , « , , , C. M.olcvcnson,
j - ieu t Colonel, 1st- Infantry, N. G. D. i
Commanding 1st Battalion,
; ( EH HLIC.W LK V(il 111 !
| Kl KC IN HE| i\VUB v i\\
LLLt A K ft ANN.
Although J. Edward Addickstele-'
j graphed tho National League of Re
_.,, , . . M Y
V, '! 1L ' l '° t ' u * ze a J*Y
' i . i T ' , c' 11 * 1 *? e
;<< uW nuKo rei'ommemlati.ms the
„. h '^ h, ' l ' n "t *'• honor Francis ,
■ and Senator bamnul
Knox by re-election to the as
-ouatiou.__
'IIE0PEE SMOKER HLEAK"
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Chinese Laumliyman Attcnijit !
To Use Soft Coal.
Loey Sing, tho enterprising
lostiul who operates a launilry at
Second anil Monroe made "lieopee
smokee' by trying to burn oft' soft
coal this morning.
Much excitement was caused by
tho Chinaman's experiment. Many
thought lhat lhe building was ou
Ore but Lney explained matters to
them.
cc
Present for ilrinAn. a
rr,,- ,tr , ,. ,, ,,
The Water Wilc.i t ire Company is
arranging to present to the Chelsea
Klre company of A tlantic City,a large
frame containingrihe separate photo- |
graphs of fifty "Witches as an ex- ,
pression of gratitude for royal treat
ineuLaccorded them while guests of
tho latter company a few weeks ago.
Secretary Wiggles worth of tho |
Boanlof Health reports that for
the week endiug at noon to day , l
there were 1H deaths, 20 births, and !
10 marriages recorded at theoBiee. I
For the correepomling week lust 1
year were 2 7 deaths, 8 births aud
411 marriages.
Death. Kate Low
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Thief* Slick Work I
iVhii.tr i> \ir n xr ,11 I
wl ; a " u'l 'Ug c f No, lu
Ves street wits playing pool in Itar- , s ,
dmgs some one went through the | o(
pockets of tils coat and stole u *10|
lull and 20 Cents In chan ge.
Charles I. Dupont Dead.
Charles I. Du Pout aged 30 years,
sou of tiie late Victor DuPont, died
this morning about 3 o'olock. H»
had been ill several months.
FOR RENT
F Olt RKNT-THAT LARUE TWO STORY
building No. 706 W. 8th street, suitable for
almost any kind of business. Apply to James
F. button, 1000 W. 8th street. jcO-eod-tf
OR RENT-ROOMS FURNISHED OR UN
furnished. 201 West sir
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P 0R HKST-A WELI. KCRNISHHIl HOt'SK
, S" 1 " 1 Invaiion: also Koine mums lor 1IKDL
bytciyi'oiilug. Ai.ply to A. ii. Slayton, 103 Wert
Eighth street. ** o4
' It <*K RKsi-rrHlRNlMHB, ROOMS, MX
J and flour, gas aud bath. 1807 Shallcross
. _ <*
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LOR RENT-ONE SIX ROOMED HOUSE ON
! ■* Brandywine Terrace. Win. U. Tindall, No.
611 W. Ninth street. *
IT OR RENT—COUNTRY RESIDENCE NEAR
P Kiamcnsi; near trolley. W. B. Cranston,
Stanton. Del.
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OR RENT-DWELLING 5 ROOMS. APPLY
103 W. Eighth street. n4
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OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS VERY
i 1 reasonable in i.rivate family; boarding
lodging. Afiply 015 Lomburtl street. o3-3tf
r T l,1,; WILMINGTON SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION
*■ AND MUSIC, y|5 Delaware A venue,
English Branches, Guitur, Sight Singing,
I **i»UM*, Theory, Violin,
j Voice. Banjo, Painting,
I Elocution. Mandolin,'• German.
Harp, Physical Culture,
Organ, ~ Drawing,
i te.U'hers. Reasonable r
Ilalimi.
; Fencing,
'I rombujie,
Fi
es. Catalogue
IN
OTIGI.-GN
'TIER THUS DATE,
all persons circulating or causing to bo
the report that "Tim titnuo Life
circulated,
insurance Company of Amsri
cat to the * 'JkhoropoJiiHu insurance Company
of Jn«w York" or any other company,
prosecuted to the full extent of the law, us
all Ditch statements lire false and libellous.
I W '.LTER ii. HAYES. General Counsel for
"The Home Life Insurance Company of
America." »2J-tf
be
fM^ROVED AUTOMATIC GA8LIGHTBR,
A lights gas without mafchec junt import
ed; Bensatioual marvel; sample 25c., dozen
4i.5(l; <iou'r. «lelay, get some today. Hambur
ger Gaahuhtor Co , 705th avenue, Chicago.
o2-lbr .rrtf
WORKING RAPIDLY
ON RIVER WORK.
Rapid progress la bein K made on
the dredging for the tUirtv-footchan
„ e i , 0 tht IWaVare Cr IN™
power ( u i machines are in operation
now, and additional ones will be
started next week. If the pres
! ent rlto or8p(!e(1 la main tai n ecl next
'Spring and Summer the work will be
completed,olliclals say,many months
before the expiration of contract
Accorditrg the anecificatioDS
tue dredging sh'ouldbe^inishedby
Ucctmber 31, 1004, but officials of
t | 10 American Dredgiug C'omnanv
predict the completion of the chan
nei almost a year before the time
limit.
Worlt 0|1 the bll i kllea(] wUi be be .
gu „ within a few days. The Sanford
& Brooks Company is transferring
milchlnerp aa ' d t0 tb *
scene or operations, and expects lo
get much of Urn task done before
vvinter weather shall set iu.
Thecontractunderwhlohtheprea
ent dredging is done calls for the
widening of the existing channel
through a portion of Dan Baker
s boa | s t0 a W fclth of 600 feet and
depth of 30 feel at mean low water
ove r a length of about 20,500 feet.
-phe bulUlicad to bo construoloa will
bo a ( lotlt 19 rag f ee tlong and will in
clcisa a basin having an average
width of 11 feet. Material dredged
from Ine channel will be deposited
within the in closure and the resulc
will be the gradual formation of an
isl *" a -
I-or the improvement there islm
mediately available *600,000, and
contracts, according to the river and
harbor act of June 13. 1902, may bo
""' ered i,lto ^o tiie extent of *2,400,
P0r.
& P0r.
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"OMAN 10 I LAY (lOLf.
:Wi11 Spend A Week on Links of
j Countiv Club,
: The women of the Wilmington
County Club will spend next week
| on the golf links. The programme
| has been arranged by a committee
.composed of Mrs. A. H. G. Garret,
D. i Mi-h .Robert Pennington and Mrs.
ip. T . Wright. The playing each
! which will begin at 2 o'clock ill
*^ ie a ^ternoon, will be over the
course ot mghjUioles. On Monday
jVoW T+L t lli . l " (llca P
' ^ ^ R Bmith whlch
must lie won two i-onBecutive years
to become the player's property.
e The big daft of the Tournament
-pile big .hivs of the tournament
, be (m Tuesday, Wedues
(lay iul(l Thul . s day the championship
dayi5 Thfi women wh „ ] ulvt , hail
the best average medal score before
(>i-toiler 1, will constitute the first
| eight and may play for the champion
! nip—match jilay.
"
ROOD MUSIC AT TRINITY.
Vficnncy in tho Choir Tenors Has
Been Billed.
An excellent programme of music
has been arranged for Snnday in
Trinity P. E. Church. W t E. Grooms
formerly of Cincinnati, will fill a
vacancy in the tenors.
a ,Ti!n ""'f, 1 T !° r f " n S » nt ? av > 3
as follows; II a. m. lo Deum in E.
flat , staiaer; and a trio Iron. Elijah
.-L.lt Thine Eye., " by MendelsJ.n,
7.45 p. M mageificat and nunc
| dimUtis in D, by Marks, and -Aa
, tbr n ar , p ant9i " trom Mendel
aso i ln . s )5 u i' Ba | m .
Musician Has New Son
Robert McCullough, munioian of
| Company " K " iH t' 1 *' prouJanil, in
d,lti " *}'' #lee P , . 0 f father ot an II
, l Kn ' ri '' JU Y' w fl'oh arrived Monday
! "'ft 111 -
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Clerks WM Get Honey
Although City Auditor iioughman
1 has luSd up llx siiiariss of the asses
I -ors and collectors and clerks they
I probably will gel their money soon,
-phe matter was referred Co City
, s , jHc |. or Reinhardt ut the meeting
| o( th0 Fjnance committee of City
council on Wedneana, night. Mr
Reinhardt has since advised the pay:
meht of the money clue the clerks,
tiold Hah.
That never die. At Cartmell'e
Sixth and Madison streets.
in
GUNNERS MAKE -
FARMERS ANGRY.
Land Owners Will Make
Arrest of Trespassers On
Their Property.
SHOOT AT ANYTHING.
Farm Land Between Centre
ville and Greenville Subject
to a Nuisance That Must
Be Stopped.
Property owners between Centre
ville and Greenville are indignant
at the depredat ions cf gunner* wiio
hunt there, and are determined to
break up the practice of Indiscrimi
nate shooting on their land#,
"They will shoot at anything,''
said a landowner in speaking of the
matter this moroTog, and "we are
determined to break it
several months now these gunners
have been a positive nuisance. Every
land owner is going to post notices
and wo are going to engage a man
who will make it his business to see
that these notices are not disregard
ed.
"There was a law passed about
twenty years ago empowering a land
owner to make an arrest when any
one was caught on his property, and
we will take advantage of this law
It is just as much of a crime to re
sist arrest by a land owner as it is
to resist an officer of the law accord
ing to this law.
made an example of and he will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the
1 a w.
up. For
Nome one will be
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WORK.
Rally By Local Union and Annual
Convention at Georgetown.
The Wilmington Christian En
deavor Union will hold the fall rally
in Hanover Presbyterian Church, on
Friday eveniug October ^0, at 7.45
o'clock. The programme is as follows:
Song service: devotional exorcises,
the Rev. W. L. Freund; selection, C.
E. Male Quartette; business and
offering; singing by the congregation
address: "Georgetown, 1902, "~G. G.
Penny, state president; selection,
C. E. Male Quartette; address, by
F. O. jjelle rs, secretary V. M. C. A.
closing service, the president.
is
by
.
BEAUTIFYING ROADS.
A Movement That 'Will Appeal F»rof<*
to Those Interested iu
Aesthetic I'rojsreun,
The road improvement campaign,
which lias been so ably conducted by
those interested In riding, bicycling
ami automobiling in recent years, is
about to enter upon another stage of
progress, which will appeal with spe
cial force to those interested in tilings'
beautiful. Heretofore, the utilitarian
of the road improvement lias
been kept well in the foreground, but
■ several New England communities
are empasizing the aesthetic value
beautiful roadsides. Scientific road
treatment must of necessity come
first, but beautifying roadsides repre
sents
civilization.
over good, firm, smooth country roads*
is greatly increased when the trees,
shrubbery and general roadside ap
pea ranees are pleasant to look at and
... A
1 and inviting to the ej e. Lhat there
art and science in roadside
. . , , ,
treatment is made very apparent liy
experiments made in New England. I
Instead of sacrificing trees that would
take half a century to replace, the
, . , . .1 i «•
road masters'devise some methods of
r
more advanced stage of
The pleasure of riding
preserving them, while new trees are
planted at favorable places. Shrub
bery along roadsides can be either a
• a source of great aesthetic
value. It all depends upon its location
and nature. Al
any roadsides the
attempt is made to cut down all weeds,
shrubbery and grass. Clean sweep is
made of ev%j\ything, and the result is
anything hut artistic,
The move
New Eng
• is to plant trees and shrubs
enhance their
*r«t started i
land
along Die roups ides t
beauty. The plantings are far enough
back fr
branches will
the roadway, so that
er interfere with
passing carriages, and steps are taken
to keep the ditches free, from all ob
structing growths. It is asserted that
if farmers would give
tion to trimming and caring for these
trees and shrubs as they now devote
to ruthless cutting down of every
thing along the roadside in the fall of
ch after)
the year, they would thrive and pro
duce artistic effects. The selection of
the proper trees and shrubs for the
different, roads is a matter for local
consideration, but those which do not
harbor insects injurious to field crops,
and which give the most striking ef
fect to the landscape, are recommend
ed. These trees should be trimmed
high,
the
in this way
the shade without spoiling the view.
Such artistic treatment of the road
that purrounding views
untrv will not be shut off, and
will get the benefit*of
if
sides requires judicious management,
but systematic study of the subject
in different
' being carried
parts of New England, and it is ex
pee ted within a ye
cided change for the. l^o}. J te,r
ticed along the leading country
highways,
close crhpped roadsides, with a general
nir of neglect and untidiness, may
they disappear entirely, and the trav
eler will find constant feasts for the
? he rides or drives through th®
country.—Ber*>*«»** vrn,.i : i ,•_
op. two a de
ill he
Unsightly hedges
OUT OF DEATH'S JAWS,
"VVhon dealh HeBiuecI very near from a
seveie sicinuob and liver trouble, that I
had suffered with for yur*,"^. writes P.
Muse, Durham, N. U,. "Dr. &ing'« ,Naw
Life I'M 1b saved my life aud gave porfocti
health." Dent pills on ourtffi and only
at N. D Dan Forth's drug store.
Burned Ga« And Kindling
In the city Treasurer'* office this
morning Mr. Feaster operated his
gas stove and burned kindling wood
in the coal stove. Assessors and
collectors McCall and Sayers with
their staffs of clerks have desk room
in the same office while repairs are
being made to tho tax office. They
engaged the warm room.
0111! NEW RESIDENT.
West Chester Sorry to Lose
Mrs. Strickland.
Mrs. K. G. Strickland has remov
ed to this city train West Chester.
Speaking of tier departure from
that town the West Chester Local
News says:
"She was born and i aised in West
Chester and ban lived here all her
life. In moving out of that home the
last Strickland leaves there. That'
house has been occupied by the
Strickland family practically ever
since it was erected, and that was
considerable over a half century ago.
Good old Nimrod Strickland spent
the most of his life there. After his
death the home was kept up by his
widjw witli her only child. Nimrod
Strickland. Jr. When the latter
married liosie Gould he took her to
that home as a bride and there she
lived up to the present time.
Her removal frontier old home is
regretted by a host of frifiuls who
have known her from childhood, by
hundreds of acquaintances whom she
has maflt? through life, but she will
be missed more by one set of people
than bv any other, and that is tne
prisoners confined in the Chester
County Jail. Her voice has cheered !
those confined in prison practically
every Sunday for a long series of
years. Many times when there was
no religious services at the prison on
a Sunday afternoon she has gone
down there alone and for an hour or
two sang hymn after uymn for their
entertainment.
She sang to please
them and the selections were their
own» From cells all over the enclos
ure«.would come calls from some num
ber and she would nespond.
retired she would be greeted with
calls of "Thankyou," ' 'Come again. ' 1
"God bless you," and they were sin
cere. They will surely miss her.
A host of friend# ail over town
gave her God-siieed and hope for her
prosperity and happiness in the new
ho me she has chosen.
«\s she
Comroller and Shiuv ARrei>,
WASHINGTON, Oct. ^-Comptrol
ler of the Currency RIdgeley has given
out the following statement: "The re
port. that I have overruled or attempt
ed to overrule or shall attempt to over
rule tho secretary of the treasury In
the matter of reserve on government
deposits secured by government bonds
is wholly false and unfounded. Before
the decision was reached and the an
nouncement made by the secretary
that no reserve need be maintained
against government deposits secured
by government bonds the secretary and
I several times had discussed the mut
ter, and we are in full accord as to the
policy of his announcement and the
wuyjt-ataall he curried out."
A
lice
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Now v.
FLOUR— Fin# in: tone and fairly active
on spring patents; Minnesota patents, $3.75
fc 4 ; winter straights,'$3,35^/3.45; winter
lr ?w 3: 1 w i, llter patents, $3i55'a'3.t
WHEAT —Active anu firmer
able Ar K entlna newSa foreign buying and
I !fiyh 0 ^ 5 ,f 'hlt's; December, 74>[email protected] , /2C.; May,
' ityE—Quiet• state'. 54 ( 8 ) 54 #
New York; Tso. 2 western,
alloat; No. 2, 54«61 , ic.
<'(>itx Opentd ftrr
Closing' Stock ttiiotnlions.
Money on call steady at 7f?i8 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 6 per
ling exchange steady, with actual busi
bankers' bills at $4.«6 and $4.86125
for demand and at $-1.8275®4.82875 for 60
days. Posted rates, $4.86^ and $1.87. C
mcrcial bills, $4.82^4.82%, Bur silver. 60%c.
Mexican dollars, 40^c. Government bonds
steady. State bonds steady,
bonds steady. Closing prices:
Atchison. 101 Ontario & West. 35*4
C.,C.,C.& St. L.. 103% People's Gas ...104%
Ghcs. & Ohio.... 52 Reading . 7\%
Del. & Hudson.. 173*4 Rock Island
Eric.... 3D74 St. Paul.19344
Gen. Electric....134 Sugar Refinery. 125*4
Lend. 28 Texas Pacific .. 47*4
Louis. & Nash.. 140 Union Pacific ..105%
Manhattan Con 137(4 Wabash pref. ..49*4
MissourHfac... 115 »h West. Union ... 9i-k
N. Y. Central... 1571,4
. Ster
Railroad
r
. L' 1T
rk Markets.
c. i. f. t
f. o. b.,
bad
eased off under realizing, but
with wheat; December, 54ft(* , u4ftc.; May,
47 { *a'f HT.
OATS—Dull, but steady; track, white,
slate, 34037c.; track, white, western, 3140
37c.
r eather,
ered
PORK—Firm; mess, [email protected]; family,
826.50(9.21.
LARD—Nominal; prime western steam,
10.60c.
BUTTER -Steady: s
CHEESE — Steady;
ill, colored, fancy. 12c.; small,
white, 12c.; large, colored. llV&c.; large,
white, 11 Uc.
EGOS—Dull; state and Pennsylvania,
best, 22i(24e.; western, candled, 21
dairy, 17(?/210.;
full
(if 23c.
SUGAR- Raw strong; fair refining. 3c.:
centrifugal. 1)6
tied: crushed,
MOLASS ES
. 3 9-K»e.; refined unset*
.; powdered, 4.75c.
; New Orleans, 30(&
Fi
40c.
; domestic, i\i r aS%c .; Japan,
'inn; city, 6< 2 c.; country,'
1 AY—Quiet; shipping, 55fi70c.; good to
choice, 9%95c.
RICE-Fi
fAL
;;v
6fce.
Live Slock illnrket.
GATTTaE—Marlcot steady; choice. $6.80
tf?7; prime, $6itt).5u; good, $1.75(^5.50; veal
calves, $7.50'&8.
HOGS—Market higher; prime heaving,
$5.55^5.76; mediums. $7.3.'«7.40; heavy
Yorkers. $7.20^.7.30; light «fo.. $6.!i0'fx7.15;
pigs, $6.40rd650: skips, $2(77-4; roughs. w4>7.
SHEEP AND LAMBS—Market steady;
best wethers, $3.6053.76; culls and c —
-1, $1.50if2; choice lambs. $5.25^5.40.
Y. \V. C. A, I'ormingClflssen.
Classes are now forming at the
Young Woman's Christian Associa
tion on dressmaking,needle work and
physical culture. For all information
address Mrs. N. li. White,902 Adana
street.
Pratlcal and Profitable.
''The Association night classes are
within the reach of all men. Mem
bership in night classes includes use
of gymnasium baths, howling etc.
CltyWs taught are arithmetic, me
chanical drawing, peunamship, mu
sic etc. Class sessiynH begin Octo
ber 7th. Call aud get prospectus,
1007 Market street.
as
not
and
BALTinORB and OHIO RAILROAD, Bat
tlefield Route Very Low Rates
Washington, D. C. Account 36th
National Encampment, Q. A. R.
From all stations between Phila
delphiit and Washington, tickets
will be sold for regular trains ot
October 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, valid for
return until October 14 except if tick
ets are deposi ted with Joint Agent,
Washington between October 7, and
14, and on payment of 50 cents, they
may be extended to leave Washing
ton until November 3, 1902, ihclu
aive. ^
to
H.
Excellent "Royal Blue'' service.
Forty five minute trains between
Baltimore and Washington.
Call oa ticket agents Baltimore
and Oilih R, if. for full particular!.
*
N.
POLITICS OF
THE BAY STATE.
Republicans There Name A Com
plete Tisket. No Free
Trade.
..... .. a:; unexpeeree
»tMK'iul the platform pre
sented at tlu* Republican state conven
tion cuused d sutidei
storm. The propositi
over wild
attempt
but very brief
i to amend was
I clown. The tick
ft nominated was ;,T follows:
Governor, John L. Hates of Boston;
General Curtis
lieutcuii
Guild, Jr., of
stale, Willi;
liter <
Boston;
.M. Olin of Boston; treas
ii'orctiir.v ut
vt'r general, Edward S.
Bradford of Springfield; attorney gen
eral. Herbert Parker of Lancaster.
The effort to change th
came
.
resolution
a complete surprise alter
George Draper of the corn
resolutions had read the
!
Cliiiirma
inittex* <
platform a
(I
ed its adoption.
Ex-Itepresentative Frank M. Fitts of
Somerville moved
amendment to
the platform in the form of a plank
for reciprocity with Canada and an
Immediate revision of the tariff, so as
to include free coal, free iron, free
steel and free hides.
Instantly
swept tiie floor of the convention.
Isaac B. Allen wanted an amendment
protesting against the alleged ill treat- »
meat of colored voters iif the south, I
but this was lost sight of in the inter
est aroused by the proposition of Mr.
Fitts. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge,
noting tire tangle which impended,
averted further trouble by making a
vigorous speech in-favor of the reso
lutions as reported by the committee.
The amendment was overwhelmingly
defeated.
The platform presented by the com
mittee was adopted with not half a t
dozen dissenting votes. J?
of excitement
FOUND INFANT IN STREET.
A Pedestrian Early This Morning
Makes Find of Baby Boy.
About 1 o,clock this morning a
male child about six weeks old was
found on Washington Street between
nineteenth and Twentieth. A man
who
attention drawn to the infant by its
white clothing. He took the little
out-cast to the Water Department
pumping Station near by and the po
lice were notified. Later the baby
was removed to the Delaware Hos
pital.
RLDUCED RATR5 TO CLEVELAND OHIO.
t
'
i passing at the time had his
Via Pennsylvania Railroad, Account
General Missionary Convention ol the
Methodist bpiEccpol Church.
On account of the General Mis
sionary Convention of the Methodist
Episcopal Church at Cleveland,
Ohio October 21 to 24, the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company will sell ex
cursion liokets to Cleveland October
20 aud 21, good to return, leaving
Cleveland until October 27, inclusive
from all | stations on iteiineS, at
reduced lates.
60
Fire Flashed from Car.
By the burning out of a fire box of
axaronthe Wilmington City Rail
way Company at Front and French
Streets last evening traffic was de
layed for some time. Fire flashed
from all parts of the car, but t fortu
nately, no one was injured.
Ann RICA'S FAMOUS BEAUTIES.
Look with horror
Blotches. 8
have them,
Bueklon'n Arnica Salvo. Id glorifies the
face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish bo
fore it. It cures sore lips,chapped hands,
chilblains. Infallable for Pilea.
N. 13. Daaforth'a 4 , U B store
Skin Eruptions,
, Pimples. They don't
will any ono, who
t
2*c at
Dubeil bite Hatter
Go to Charles E. Dubeil for your h*i&
and capo ofnllatvlei No. :l Ears Thirds
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
ly tienulne.
•die*. «•» I>ru«l.i»
CHIOHESTER'S ENGLISH
RED
S.8AKF-. nlwnys r*l*Bt,Je
WHd mctslile
with blueribron. Tnkc
other. R'fu»o
Uanireraua Substitution* nr.d Inifto
lloutt. Buy of your f>ru**'st or rood 4e. Iu
I'rtrtlrulnr*. Teattmaiilolo
Kellef Tor l,udli*H,"<n fettsr. by r**
Moll. 10,000 i paiimonlaU. Sold by
•t», Clilflheater < hemtcfU Co.,
Madison I'UILA, FA.
.
,Vi
-"/* all Druj|i
MnUoa tbl« p*|>«r.
flag g; Baas m sroprea pres
Han y «f , Permananl b CureBb,
■ 11 KLINE'S PHtAT
LSI ifir NESVe RF3TUHER
M Oonjultalien, p«Mon*l °or Pr^aZb'tltitfte
M .. - TRIAL IHITTLE FKHK
131 rit P»''ent» who j.*/ oxpresi*(s only on ddlverr.
7 W ' 'rmaneru (-ur*. riot only tomporsry rvt'ef for *11 ,w«r.
All V'»u» liunrderi, ^pllvpvy, SDram, St Vltu.
H o« llt /' K K xh ;. u - lo r P**- «• h.elinil i4,
931 Arch Street. Philadelphia, founded mu.
-T ppiili
^mcox TMSf PILL*
y 0J 20 ieafi ih* onfy late and reliable
alAtor for all troubles. It*
fMdU 3 At drtTfglsU, or 5v
Free trial of "Tans/"'aha l
"Woiaan's Safe (J aar-fl" for 10c. Addt-aaa *
FRF.
Fi 1
elU.Vfii' £
er
P
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WM. WILSON, JR.,
Iron, Steel & Coach Goods.
3rd S Shipley Sts., Wiimiiigiou, Del.
B
Agent for Aiagmto the best known
out satisfactory Cold Water Paint made;
cinlly adapted for Fnoturios. Pnckiug
Houses, Stock Yards, Breweries. KailrJads,
etc, etc* . ns it Is Economical, durable, light
reflecting, fire .resisting,
iiuguito tak« s tho p)
large sn vi ng
as it Is many
not chip or rub off. For prices, test! muniuls
to {the
i
«.f oil paint, la
giving equal satlsfactiou at a
in aid; superior
whitewash,
•h mure ijurnblu and
and further information |urop u
above agetiL Anyoti
apply it.
Stirlith Bros.,
Scrap Iron, Steel and Metals
215 WEST FRONT STREET.
28c, 100 2-gr. Quinine Pills 25c
Fine Combs and Brushes.
H. R. Brioghorsf. 317 Market
6
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lar
H.
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, CA
* tarrh. Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
quick relict. Dr. Montgomery. JU'J
N. Ninth street, Phila.
Pa,
RUPTURE
AND
PILES.
Cared Ly our gentle
Knife- Absolute cur.,
proofs we show «r*j too strong for any
douot. Our now book full of valuable
mation just issued tells all about It.
fceut fieo t<f any address.
etbod, wit In
for
Fidelity Medical Institute,
718 West Eighth Street.
Wilmington
• ie2b fcu th sut-tf
Dela war
jsa-ELi Arii-S^
^»Prof.G.F.TKeF >
Nortn SixthSt.
f
I
I'fiilHi'ii.
idiiu, I'a.
Oimrantops to cure aftei olltu*
ranteeti
youac ire failed
'FSIVITE
cf both:
v >r ! f;BLGGBPnRBII i e. ( b l i 1 ff:
UMiur
isYj.l'CTOAtS.n
(not withstanding wlat.Jlic vp advert !Bo).(mly one re
. -liable4btrustworthy. BO yc'n yt:-< deal A « years:
C KOSPITAt CdPERilNfiE l'> Gevniany.l 1 rnsn oases cared
p.1 4io lOaays.I'otircfi - t!.>!>r.js;d;.n::t'roii8*. l-»ng
sfaniiing casea which Inolicit «.cnreinBtoOinontU,J
dully 10to 2:30. SaUev^sotolO. Sendasos. in3
iredicaJi
onefe tvro.*t.stamuaT
* el«crric*l fraud. Ii
|evcry Sunday m Phi la! Tunes .Trviiirie'ntliy "haTl'.Trb j
>ntant relief. SECRECV ^''hOMESl TRDkTMENr'guar.j
2ant('fc(J. (.eueral hours: St to 3? ergs, ft to 8:80.<S
r a ,: "1 cheap treatment offered by druggists A others
Vasa .Uii li, it poisons >t ruiiig ti:oiu-anas. In wming
1 mention thlBpaper. OTHERS FAR I CURE.Call or write
tmy yfo t.tu„
is intertate)! fuel should know
V -
k>' S
MARVFL Whir!;
rg Spray
Vaulnal Syringe. tvjrc
y^vww\w\«rtrvvv**vvvvtfVuVvwv/»*f,
t H.eiieves Kidney ^
J? & Bladders
. Best-Suf
•at- Most Conrement.
k III;
your il^igsUI fur It. /mL,
If li-* carmot supply flie X/SJw'
MAItVBI;, accept no \
other, but send stamp for II- \
lustiated book—•eaied.lt giver \
lull particulars and illieciinii* in- (
valuable lo ladies. JWARTKI! <•<».,
ttmmi \ orb.
Lor Sale in VViliningtoii
by N. B. Danforth, Mar
ket am! Second Streets,
Mail order? solicited.
troubles at once.
i
Cures ere
48 Hours an
URINARY
DISCHARGES
Each Capsule
the name Cr-AUDd
1,
t Beware of useless ,
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Br* L&Fpanca's
GompemscI a,rc R^tJ! ,,ra
Powerful Combination. Successfully used by
20G f CGU wo_-.'«*n. Urke 26v, Druggists,
or by mall. LaF canco & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
nnmi nrnmnr»? nnn n rnmn nnrm n n a
| After Shaving- |
An apulioati
^
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of
Belt's Yioiet Witch Hazel
Nt 7 lll all;
the skin in
healthy con
1
the irritatiou
, smoth
1
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preparation for re
•1 tree Id 09.
person
3 I
3
moving
Correct odors
•mi ng fr
a bottle.
3
BELT'S PHARMACY
Sixth and Market Street:.
3
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L AH1BS BUFFERING FROM IHKLGUL AR
ities from whatever enuae can obt n
iills or
positive, »nfe, pniuless relief;
; privacy observed; ud
ite. Dr Lamar's Office,
>. Uth
at reel, Phila., P
aJ:VU
,Baltimore&Oh!®
RAI1RQAO.
Schedule in effect May 18,
All trains Illuminated
light.
1902.
with Pin tact
(*) Express trains.
Trains loav
Wilmington, Del
Gin
Avenue Station, for
NEVy YORK, week days
•10 63 a.
•5.26, *9 40,
5 19 (Royal Lim
Sundays. *5.26, *9 40,
; *2.56, *5.19 (Royal Limited;.
.; *12.21, *2.56.
Ited), *7.42, *1C.55 p.
•11.35 a.
•7.42, *10.55 p. m.
PHILADELPHIA, Week days, *.5.26, 5 30,
•C.46, 7.20, *8.09, *9.40, *10.53, 10.57 a. m •
•12,21, -2 50. 3 15, *4,53, *5.M( Royal LinillPdi
» 40. *7.42, 3 00, *10,55 p. m. Sundavs *5 26
1.20, 8.50, *9.40, 10.53, *11.35 a.
.. „ ; * 2.56, 4.30,
. 619 - (Royal Limited), 6.35, *7.42, 8.66, *10.55
P
Chester week days, 5.30, *6 46, 7 20 *8 09
*9.40, *10 53, 10.57 a. m.; 3 15, 4.58, 6.4o! ^42.'
l. 00, •10.55 p. m. Sundays, 7.20, 8.50. * 9 . 4 o'
10.63, *11.35 a. m.; 4.30, 6 35, *7.42, 8.56, *10.65
Atlantic City, week days, *6.45 and *9 40
8 m.. *12.21, *2.56 and *5.19 p. m. (Royal
Limited) Sundays 7.20 a. m., * 5.19 p. m#
(Royal Limited.)
Cape May and Ocean City, week days
.46 a. in., *2 56 p. ui. Sundays 7.20 a,
m. , *2.56 p. m.
Sen Isle City, week days, * 6.46 a. m
•2.56 p, m. Sundays *5.26 a. m., *2.66 p!
Balumore and Washington, week days
•4.14, *8.04, *11.31. a m.; *1.24, *2.09. *3.40.'
•4.52, * 6.20 (Royal Limited), * 8 . 01 , * 10.13 p! I
... ....; * 1 . 24 , * 2 . 09 ,
•8.40, *6.20 (Royal Limited), •3.01, *10.13 j
,
I
m
Sundays, *4 14, *8.04 a.
P
Baltimore and way stations, week davs
1.55 a * *
. 3.30 p
Sundays. 9.0a a
$.37 p
Newark, week days.
•11 31 a.
*4.14, 6 55, *8 04,
*1.24, 8.30, *4.52, 6.12, *8 01 p rn.
Sundays, *4.14, *8.04, 9.05 a. m.; *1.2) 5.37 1
P
7.32. *8.01 p m.
'Pittsburg, week days, *8.0. a.
•10.13 p.
•10 13 p.
Chicago, daily, *8.04 a. m ; *3 40 p.
Cincinnati and St. Louis, *4.14 a
•1.24,4*10.13 p. m , daily.
Singerly accommodation.
B 55 a in ; 3.30, 6.12 p,
m.; 6.37. 7 32 p. m.
Landenberg accommodation, week days,
4.52 p. m.
LEAVE MARKET ST. STATION FOR
Baltimore, week days, 2.60 p. rn.
Landenberg, week days, 8.40 a.
1.20 p m Sundays, 9.40 a
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA F
, week days. *3 35, 6 50. *7 30. in 00
: *12 50, *1.37, 2.15, *3.08. *4 17,
5.48 (Royal Limited), 6.0n, fl ,to,
11.36 p. m. Sundays, *3 3C, *7 30,
m : *12.60, *1 37. 2.15, *3 08. 4.36,
. Sundays, *8 04 a
i *3.40,
j
j
i.:
I
i
|
week days,
i. Sundays, 9.05 a
('
. LT,f).
.; 6 50 p. m.
wit- J.
1
•10 50
6 00. *5.30.
•7 26, *9 38. »
8.00, 10 00, a.
•5.48 (Royal Limited), 6.30, *7.26, *9 3S, 10 30
P

"Royal T.lmltrd" Is composed exclu
sively of Pullman parlor, observation
dining
lar Pullman charge.
Delmarvla Telephone No. 193
Rates to Western pet
any other line.
H. A. MILLER, Pausenger Agent, W!|a
mlngton, Del.
D B. .MARTIN, Manager of Passengo^
Traffic.
i
No extra fare except regti
lower than via
Pliili i CFestsr Sttiibi
t:
[•sE&CaP*
BTLAMERS CITY OF CHG5STEK 0.1
BRANDYWINE, /
eff's.tC Sept, S5Tt, $
Steamer loaves Fourth qtrivSt wharf f.»H
(Kuminys Included) at7.3ij.and 13.30 a. m. m
d 4.15 p m.
-i Philadelphia from Pior ^.aort!! ab'W
I 1J.J5 a. in. aal M
Schedule
j
Up
A yo
7 ',)
1
D elaware river nav. co. J
.NEW FAST LIP
BETWEEN
Wiliaiiifioii a id Liila. j
iii
••ueingXunrUy. Sept 11.
- Connections made wlf-H our
river bout * for all points bstwoeu ihilio*}
plna and I re
Leave King street wbnrf, WtLuIngtoO- d?
ly and Sundays 7. .to a. in. and 2 p. in. RoAUjl
:« C'.iedwut Mtreot wharf, i'lnludolyh
(
Ti
Tub!
d 4.
11 u.
Fare Round Trip, 25 cts.
PENNSYLVANIA B
Til 0 STANDARD RAII.
ROAD OF AMER1C
PH" ADULPHIA, WILMINGTON AND ;
BALTinORE RAILROAD 1
Schedule iu effect September 9, 191
Trams leave VViJmiDclorr cut fo lloy
ruiladelphio, (express), 1.67, t
<•20. 6.30. 7.42, 7.50, 8.10, 8.50, 8.55, I
10.U, 10.32, 10.45, 11.25, 11.32, 11-45 a.
X12.16, 12.56, 1.37, 3^)0, 3.11, 4.68, 6.07, t
6.30, 7.01, 7.17, 9.03, «ud 9.16 p.
Accommodation, 6 1 0, 7.10, 8.05. 11.60 a,
m„ 12.30, 2.32, 4.00, 5.25, 6.35 and 10.48 2
F
m.
For Chester (express), 1.57, 4.20,1
7.42, 7.50, 8.05, 8.10, 8.50, 8.55 10.ll.flfl
11.32, 11.45, a. in., 1.37, 3.00, 4.58, 6.07^
und V.03 p. m. * j
Accommodation, 6 . 10 , 7.10, 11.00 a. |
12.30, 2.32, 4.00, 5.25, 6.35, and 10.43 p. J
For New York (through express), 3
3.19, 9.35 (Dining Car), 10.32 (Dining^
10.45 (Dining Cur), 1145 a. w.,
(Dining Car), 12.56, 1.37, lDinia|^|
3.11, 6.07, * 6.20 (Dining Ca r ), 7.17,
connecting via Broad Streep
lion, Philadelphia, 4.20, 6.30, 7.10, I.
10.11 a.
P*
3.00, 4.58, 5.07, and 10.4S p. K|
For Boston T'ithout change, 10.02 a.
and 7.17 p. in.
F°r Newark Centre and intermedlajj.
! stations, 7.33 a. m. and 6.35 p. m. dHj
! Baltimore and Washington, 4.36, Ml
| 9.10, 10-18 and 11.01 a. m., 12.05,
*1.16, 1.50, 3-61, 4.09, 6.25, *6.03, 6.46, TjSj
| 7.36, 8.11 p. iu., and 1.05 night.
! Baltimore and intermediate etatitHrigl
I 3.00, 4.41, 0.13 p. m., 12.18 night.
« Philadelphia, Broad Street, foil
Wilmington (express), 3.50. 7.25, 8.32, 10.U|
10.20, 11.23 a. in., 12.03, x 12.36. 1.13, 21fl|
3.13, 3.20, 3.29, 4.01, 4.46, 6.07, 5.25, 5.34^
5.59, G.05, 6.20, 6.55, 7-31, 11.21, 11.28 p. H*|f
1 12.20 night. 4
Accommodation. 6.25, 7.30, 9.12- IQJ E fjfl
m.. 1.23, 3.25, 4.04, 4.49, 6.27, 8.38, 10.22 w8|
. 11.38 p- m.
I.
SUNDAY TRAINS. - |
I For Philadelphia (express), L57,
4.20, 8.05, 9.35, 10.32, 10.45, 11.45 a. mj
12.56. 1.37, 3.00, 4.58, 6.07, 6.30, 7.17,
aud 916 p. m.
Accommodation. 7-10, 8 . 10 , 8.55 n. mJ
12.14. 2.00, 4.00, 6.25, 7.28 and 10.43 p. un.
For Chester (express), 1.57, 4.20, 3JN
11.45 a. m., 1.37, 3.00, 4.58, 6.07 and S
Accommodation, 7.10, 8 . 10 , 8.55 a. mJ
12.14 2.00. 4.00. 5.25. 7.28 and 10.43 p. ra7| ;
For New York (through express, l$fji
3.19. 9.35 (pining Car), 10.32 (Dining Ggnj
10.45 (I)iuing Oar), 11.45 (Dining Car) -a/;;
.. 12.56, 1.37 (Dining Car), 3.00, 6.07j s
* 6 . 20 , (Dining Car), 7.17 (Diniijg Car)L
9-16 P- m., connecting via Broad KtreeJ
Station, Philadelphia, 4.20, 7.J0, 8.05 al
in.. 4.58 and 10-43 p. in.
Boston, without Change. 7.1V^P®I
Baltimore and Washington, 4.35, 8.0W4
10.18 a. m.. 12.05, 17.43, 1.50, 3.51, 4.09, JLgHl
•6.03. 6.46. 7.36. 8.11 p 111 ., and 1.05 nl^ fi jj
Baltimore and intermediate statioimj
12.18 night. j|
I'
6.13 p.
Leave Philadelphia. Broad Street, {0
Wilmington (express), 3.50, 7.20, 11J28 ,a
in.. 12.03. 1.13. 3.13, 3.29, 4.46, 5.07, 6-jj
6.05. 6.55. 7.31, 8.35, 11.21, 11.28 p.
12.20 night.
Accommodation, 8.35, 9.12, 10.35 a.
ut.,
Accommodation, 8.35, 9.12, 10.35 a.
12.29, 2.32, 6.13, 8.38, aud 10.
p. m.

FOR THE SOUTH.
Southern Railway.—Express 6.46 p. nti
daily, sleepers to Port Tampa, Augu8|j3',
Memphis, arid New Orleans; 7.36 p.
daily, sleepers to New Orleans, Ma
Memphis, Nashville, via Asheville
Hot Springs.
Atlantic Coast Line—Express 12.48 jfc
ni . daily, sleepers to Charleston, Maiwf
and Port Tampa: 1.05 a. iu., daily, sle«fd|
ers to Richmond and Jacksonville,
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway—8.11
and sleepers to C|9
fine Railway. —Expr^B
daily, sleeper
leans and Jacksonville.
Metropolitan Limited," 4.09 p. r.
sleepers to Atlantu ainl Tampa.
a up
I For Lewes, 8.13 a. ra., and 4.02 H
week-days. ^
j For Rehoboth, 8.13 a. in. and 4.0^
oi. week-days.
Dover, Harrington, and Del*
8.13. 10 58 a. m„ 4.02, 6.58, and 12.04 p.
I Sundays. 12.11 p. m.
For Wyoming and way stations, S
m week-days.
Express for Cape Charles, Old Pol
Comfort, and Norfolk, 10.68 a. m. w «4
days and 12.04 night doily.
m . daily, dining
cinnati.
Seaboard Ai
4.36 h.
to New 4
Florida m
., dai
DELAWARE DIVISIO
For New Castle, 8 13 a. m.,
(Saturdays only) 4.02 and 6.5
Week-dtnys.
I'
1
P
j (•) Congressional Limited Express,
j Vestibule I'nrlor Cars and Dining O
No extra fare other tfian
I man charge.
(x) Limited Express, Vestih^^B
Trs, Vestibule Passenger
i Dining Car. No extra fare.
The Wilmington Transfer
will call for and check bagg^^f
hotels and reflidonees.
For further information,
| referred to the ticket agent a^^|
tion.
('
J. H. HUTCHINSON,
General Manager.
J. n. wood"
Oen'l Tass. Af
1
SECURITY TRUST &
SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
MO. MU MAlUiUiT b'i ItEaT.
Capita! Stock ..
Surplus.
Allows Interest
Vlie cooipauy acts
Istrutor, Trustee, Guurdiau. ltecej
Agent, and rents small safes ii^
burglar proof vaults.
BENJAMIN MELDS, PrelH
WILLIAM 21. I'liINCKLE, vn
• AMES B. CLAItKSON, i'ress.
■ w
Deposits
9 Execute

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