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ANTED - IIKLI* EI'UNISIIKD EoR HO
Wilmington Ini.-!!i> .'lire
ii> runts
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1^/ ANTED WORK WITH DPI
VV will gu out as nil a."I -1 .
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Republican olliee.
\nf ANTED—<10l)D COLOKKI
V»i reference. Apply No. ou.
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FOR SALE
Atlv4Tll.se your varan! houses in this eoliiiun
anil a tenant will Im- fortlieoining;.
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?OR SALE CHEAP -TWO RCNABORTS. AP
1 ply to T. <J. DoujJ, 17
ij'OR {Talk-two ne
.r Win. Law,
a ia ft venue.
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CARTS. APPLY TO
• Columbus Inn, Pennsylva
(IK HALK—THAT MiW AN1> DliSIKAIlI.K
residence No^Hl4 Itmume
ipnly to .lames H. Holl'eeker, Jr., Law Bnil<ling,
tVilniiiigton, Del. jy7-eod-ti
Ij'OR SALE-EOT OF LAND 80x21)0 FEET AT
J' southerly side of E'ourteonth
west of WotMlIawn aveune. Apply to Hugh Eag
lesson, Mt. Cuba, or Geo. C. Maris & Son. Wil
in ing ton, Del.
F or sale or exchange-six,
ton and twelve man houses, nil i
neighborhoods. Apply
1th street or at 1200 west 9lh street.
F
EIGHT.
II gOIMl
N. B. Culhvl't. 2N K
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OR SALE -A MAKES YEARS OLD, SOUND
and all right, .■
hie for lodv to drive; also
. II. Parry, Brandy.
fresh cows. AYi.ly
Wine, Del.
I
'OR HAL!
VLOON FRONT AND WASH
ingtou. Call in the evening 0 o'cloe
T HE WILMINGTON SCHOOL OK ELOCUTION
AND MUSIC, 915 Delaware .
English Branches, G
Si^lil Singing,
Painting,
< ieriimn,
i'hysical t'ulture,
Drawing,
1 Voice!
Elocution,
Mandolin,
Harp,
Knn.li,
lluliuit,
Trombom
Fine leac'hers. Reasonable
■s. Catalogue
CLARA E. MacIIKNKY, Direr tor.
o3-*imos-i'0(l
oTTcT .—(jn am) aTtek THia DATii,
oil |wriona tircuiaiiuy of cau^iun to bo
11 10 " 1U ' °
N
ciruulultiii,
cal to ih« 1 , Aletrop , )li;
of i
;*■ (Jonipuuy
uumpany, will Lu
Yuri."
t lit' full ext- ;
Ml
nocl lib«;
Company of
a'iJtf
all
tl BtUtOlllt '.lt
\V . LTEIt li. ilAYES, Uoittu
rriie Humi
: GA.SLIuUTIfii .
utchos just Import-.
0!PROVED AUTOMATIC
1 i jili t h yaewitli
til; HBiisatiouul
$1.50: Uon'i tlolay, ^ot sum»• today. Hnml
gar Gasliuht'jr L'o , 7!) utli avo
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*OESTPRICES PAID FOR SG ON:>H\nd
.0 ,-tovei and housaiioM goodi of mi d.
•KU'iutiou: slov m bouyUt.rtul.l u;i l exclmu«o l
stove ivjiairiuK' promptly atteudod to. a j
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LAbltS—PERSONAL.
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LadicH consult M l.'S. I
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ta lake
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tree, toalitic
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Kudo
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mttor*
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Id nil alrei'l, I'll 11 u.
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Dr. Roberts' ;Office
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public miIv
Will l»v wild
w LI INKS da Y.
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X, 1*102.
2 o'clock.
• < nrl<*>i'
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ni hpi'inKci!-, 20 Hiiall shuats.
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1 car.
( rank C. .stidhain, .
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P UBLIC SALK - HOUSKIlOli
Tuesday, Oct. 7th,
•D ■
tho pieniKef, <
ilurrMo'iuU'uu
in., wIkii the mu'Xntmi
hinrch25tli n x' will be Hul l ..ud
•ts, pictures, dishes, e
i been but
all tin
fur
Thurfc* kuo(Ih
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• .vriDHAM & HON, Auc.
IN1ST lATOlLS' bai.k - Will.
Hold al public aalo ou the pruiniNea
reserve uu
a ij ;!
THURSDAY, OCR
at 2 o'cluck p.
tha Julm Hulimg^.vurtli
acres, sibuuteJ on
• ubovc Wood !ul
the farm Itucwe
property, ot
the l.uncmter pike
and 2)u mi lea south uf HubUc-siu.
Will. P. HOLDINGS WORTH,
JOHN J. HOLLINGSWORTH.
AiluHimtrutoi't.
Ter ms made known
o2 4 68 1013 I i Jo
ISnuRain Sc Sou , Auc
Tlie Equitable
GUARANTEE AND
Ninth and Market Sts.
Trust Co.
Capital ¥',"11) $ 500 , 000 . 0 :)
i 300 , 000.00
Surplus
Kuil TTuliti
TRANSACTS A GENERAL TRUST BUSi
NESS' FAYS INTEitlSST ON DICFOAUM
MONEY; RUNTS SAFE UflFOSI L -
c.s ii'ICal bisr ate.
Diuifiururtat
10X11 , .
Pi • ttoii Lea
Tin uittM Juulcsou
pi. J, A. orupnr
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THO No WL AND, Vain Pro* an l Lrn.
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RICHARD Ri'.lCSIC. unit mt IVjn.tfi:
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25C. 100 2 -gr. QuillillO Pills 25 c
Fills Combs and Brushes.
JH. R. Eringliursf, 317 Market
WANTS.
Cent a worn; 'JO woriln
work. Xu order taken fn>' lesw tliuu
ANTED — DRESSMAKING, fillI.PUESS
clothes a .specialty. 1312 Orange street.
W
ANTED —W1IITK GIRL FOR WAITRESS
ami elmiuberinniil; reference require l.
1002 King street.
W
11/ANTED -BOY TO LEARN BARKER Bl Sl
VV ness. S. K. Cur. Dili nlul Spruce streets.
ol
ANTED MEN EVERYWHERE.
l-a>\ Iu distribute
w
eiimrs. n*lV. mutter,
ing. National Adv.
<>4-lt-r
lack sit;
Hnre.m, ( hitago.
!\ WANTED EOR THE f NIT El)* STATES
M K
electricians, shipwrights, seamen, ordinary so
men, laiidsmcji, apprentices and n
miisi ho A meric
legal declaration of intention In bee
if good elmraetur and physiqnu
1 apply; for information apply in pen.
Naval Recruiting Station, I'oMolheo Build
ing, Dili and Shipley.
• liuve made
let
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FOR RENT
'HU your For Sul«* Notice* miHer this head
will iind
F OR RENT-Til AT LA KG I
hliildiiia Sin. 705 W.
• Kind of business. Apply
jeP-pod-lf
OK RENT-ROOMS FURNISHED OR U.N
luinishcd. '201 West Hired. ol
TWO STORY
vet, suitable Inr
almost
I E. Sutton, 1000 W. Hill stre*
I —
In
j avenue,
| -
A well FI KNMSIIED HOCSE
.* rooms for light
. 11. Slayton. 103 West
OR REN I
ation; also s
housekeeping. Apply
i Eighth street.
I
OR REN I —CNECRNHSHED ROOMS,
ond lloor, gas mid bulb. 1HU7 ^lialleross
1 «
OR RENT ONE SIX ROOMED IIOI'SK ON
Jywfnu Tcrracu. Win. f. Tindall, No.
- ]7
111
■ 511 W. Ninth ttreut.
tilt HF.NT-COHNTHY ifnslIlKNCK NKAR
' Kiamcusi; near trolley. W. 11. Cranston,
.Stanton, Del. id
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OR RENT-DWELLING 6 ROOMS. AI'PLY
103 W. Eighth alt out. al
OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS VERY
. reasonable in private family; boarding or
lodging. Apply til.) Lombard .struct. o3-3tr
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MELDS DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Ills Anpointnii'iit
on Sttui'iLiy
ClivL'S (li;m;r;il Satisfaction,
John Percy Niclds has been ap
j pointed United States Alloruey fur
the District of Delaware to succeed
'
William Michael Byrne, resigned, al
though the appointment is temporary
a is believed tliat Mr. Niolds will ex
1 ercise ihetlutics of the office until July
i)f4iext year,when Mr. Byrne's term
would have expired. Air. Nieldsbas
taken the oath of office and will
liencefoitli appcdff in 14*} District
i Court as prosecutor of the Federal
I
T*
) temporary appointment of Mr.
Nields gave satisfaction lo the law
yers, as well as laymen, of the state.
The new official is the son of Col.
Benjamin Molds. lie attended pri
vaLe sc Uuois in this city and tlieu
J . ,
i Le red Harvard College where he was
graduated iu 1889. He also was
| graduated from the Harvard Law
School. He was admitted to the New
: Castle County bur lu 1892. Mr. Nields
lives at No. 1-lG West Tenth street.
|
*115 LI Hi IN PliRlL.
j "1 just soumuil lo Imvo g
I pieciut," wi itoa Alfruil B o, c
its iiuil u Imuu back hud
buidoo, I couldn't out or
sloop and full. alntu-L too worn out to work
1 wLtuu 1 oiigitn
Duty worked woutlurs.
! lop,
all to
of Wolfaro,
!'ex "hilt
Uii do life
Electric lilt tort, but
Now I sleep liko u
ytblug, bu^o gullied iu
1 enjoy luvni'work." They
fttioiigth
iDVu vi^oi tun Huntl!i and now llfo
I «lckly,
•ak
people. Try thorn.
drug
ilow
jOnly 00c. ut N. B. Duuforth'
j
I
GIciin FuIIn.
CLLNS FALLS, N. V.. Oct. O.-Sol
diers of the national guard arc again
guarding the peace of this town, and,
though there has been no rioting for
the past few hours. 411 uneasy feeling
prevails in tho minds of thc citizens.
Tlie militia eonfpnny of this place,
which had been dismissed to its ar
inory Thursday last, was called out
again Sunday night and is now pro
tocting tin* power house and other
property of the Hudson Valley Elec
trie railway in Glens Falls. A squad is
also guarding a bridge at Sandy Hill,
having bee
port that one of the canal bridges there
was to be blown up.
sent there following a
IflNniiiig lltiys round (lend.
CAMDEN. N. J., Oct. G. -The bodies
of John II. Coffin, eleven years old, and
Price Jennings, four tec
have been found iu the woods at White
Morse pike,
believe tli* children have met with foul
play. They disappeared last Wednes
day, and their parents, who live in
Camden, have had the police of this
and other cities searching for them.
John Coffin was the son of William
Coffin, division agent of the Pennsyl
vania railroad, and Price Jennings was
the son of Joseph Jennings, leader of
the Third Regiment band.
years old,
ar here, and the polieo
Itnnnlnu Grand Duke Leave* Turkey.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. U.-Uraml
Duke Nicholas of Russia had
long
audience with the sultan last Friday
and discussed the Macedonia
sltua
assured the sill
tion. Tho grand dukt
tan of Russia's friendly desire to main
tain eider there. Tiie sultan granted a
second and farewell audience to his
visitor, and the grand duke, who has
been tlie recipient s of many courtesies
since his arrival here, hns sailed for
Livadia, on the Blnck sea.
Five Year* F
ST. LOUIS, Get. 0.- Robert McClure
Snyder, tlie "boodler," was convicted of
bribery in the criminal court and was
Sn> iler.
senteuccd to five years' ffuprisoument
in the state penitentiary after the Jury
lutd considered for fifty minutes its
verdict
wliicli has
the e
and after a trial
•eupied an entire week.
A World's lt<M*ui'd Ilrokni.
SAN FRANCISCO, Get. G. Ralph L
Rose Of llealdsburg has broken the
"' or,ll ' S rPCord for imttin * tlu ' shot '
h.ud by Dewitt of Princeton. At the
semiannual field day of tho Academic
Athletic league Rose threw the shot
TH " vltv * rv von '
's Comp. Peunyroyai PHI®. Til®
•dies' extra-ordinary remedy. Bo t>ur®
you got tlie "L'oiup."
By mail 41-Ul). tij'j King itreot*
81
SCHEDULE OF BASKET BALL.
Season Will Open in This City on
Saturday, October 25.

The National Basket Ball League
met yesterday in Phlladelpdia and
completed arrangements for the sea
son. The tcdedule for the coming
also announced.
year
On Saturday, October25, the local
team will play ita fir&t ^arae at Con
.lioliocken. It will play itslirstjrama
iu this city on Tuesday evening Oc
tober 28.
The members of the team will start
active practice at ouce and will get
down to teamwork. Joseph Zimmer
man will captain the team and beex
oects to have a first class organiza
The matter of getting a local
tion.
league together will be settled this
week. Manager Krauas wilf meet
the local managers on Thursday
night, and will eodeaver to make
satisfactory arrangemen ts.
The schecdule of National League
games as arranged for Wilmington
at the meeting yesterday is as fol
lows;
WILMINGTON AT IIOMK.
Tuesdnr, October 28, Trenton;
Saturday, November 1—Bristol;
Tuesday, November 4—Camden;
Tuesday, November 11—New York;
Tuesday, November 18—Philadelphia;
Thmaday, November 27—New York;
Saturday, December 6— Burlington;
Tuesday, December 9—Conshohock
en: Tuesday, December 16—Camden;
Saturday, December 27—Trenton;
Tuesday, December 30—Bristol;
Tuesday, January 6—Conshohocken;
Satu'day, January 10—New York;
Tuesday, January 13—Burlington;
Tuesday, January 20—Philadelphia;
Tuesday, January 27—Trenton;
Tuesday, February 3 -Camden;
Saturday, February 14—Burlington;
Tuesday, February 17—Now York;
Tuesday, February 24 —Bristol; Tues
day, March 3—New Yurk; Tuesday,
March 10, Philadelphia; Tuesday,
March 17—Conshohocken; Tuesday,
March 24 -New York.
WILMINGTON ABROAD,
Saturday, October 23—at Conslio
liocken; Saturday, November 8—at
Philadelphia; Saturday, November 15
—at Bristol; Saturday, November 22
— at Camden; Saturday, November
29—at Trenton; Saturday, Decem
ber 13—at Burlington; Saturday,
December 20—at Philadelphia;
Thursday, December 25—at Tren
ton; Saturday, January 3—at Bristol;
Saturday, January 17—at Camden;
Saturday, January 24—at Consho
hocken; Saturday, January 31—at
Burlington; Saturday, February 7 —
at Bristol; Saturday, February 21 —
at Trenton; Saturday, February 28
—at Camden Saturday, March 7—
at Cousholmckcu; Saturday, March
14— at Philadelphia: Saturday,
March 28—at Burlington.
BALTIHORU and OHIO RAILROAD, Bat
tleiic d Route Vety Low Rates to
VAashingtoo, D. C- Account 36th
National Encampment, O. A. R.
From all stations between Phila
delphia and Washington, tickets
will be
October 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 9 and 10, valid for
return uutil October 14 except if tick
ets are deposited with Joint Agent,
Washington between October?, and
14, and 0:1 payment of 50 cents, they
may beextendedto leave Washing
ton until November 3, 1902, Inclu
sive.
•tl for regular trains ot
Excellent "Royal Blue" service.
Forty five minute trains betweeu
Baltimore and Washington.
Call ou ticket agents Baltimore
and Ohih U. K. for full particulars.
jt Nortl)Wt*Hl<*i , n Hallway Deni.
VICTORIA. B. <\, Oct. (L—A. Guth
rie of St. Paul, a contractor of the
Great Northern railway; John llenry
and .7. J. JalTrey of Vancouver have
bought tlie Yieloria Terminal railway
and its franchises, which, it is under
stood, will g
railway i
Vancouver. 4'h*' embraces a con
trolling interest in the Victoria Termi
nal and Sydney with the mainland and
the delta extension, which runs seven
teen miles from the mouth of the Fra
ser river to Clovordnle. The sale does
not Include the interest of the Sydney
and Nanaimo Navigation company, op
erating the steamers Strntheonn, Iro
quois and I'niean. which are owned by
E. V. Bodwell. The
not as yet formulated any plan of ac
tion.
the Great Northern
entrance to Victoria and
r owners have
NewNiiaper Mini Demi.
OSWEGO, N. Y., Oct. U.—John A.
veteran newspaper man and
Republican politician, is dead, aged
eighty years. Ho was born at Foster.
R. I., and began newspaper work at
the age of sixteen. Ho was succes
sively owner and editor of the Oswego
Commercial Advertiser, tho Fulton Pa
triot and the Oswego Times and also
a director of tho New York State Press
association. He was a legislative cor
respondent at Albany and state canal
auditor under Governor Cornell. He
served ns a state assemblyman and
state committeeman and was ouce post
master of Oswego.
riace,
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Oct. 0.—
William I). Barringer, n cooper,
been murdered by Thomas A. Stewart,
a negro barber,
Barringer Is alleged to have made an
insulting remark to Stewart's wife, and
iter husband felled Barriuger with a
blow
almost instantly.
Murdered by
Soutii Market street.
the jaw, from which he died
Dr. Parker AkuIii 111.
LONDON, Oct. G.—Dr. Joseph iPnrlc
, pastor of tlie City temple, who was
but who was
seriously ill last sprin
reported to have recovered, has experi
enced a sudden relapse and w
to preach yesterday. Thousands of per
who had expected to hear him iu
the temple were disappointed.
unable
Costly llliixe In FurKO.
FARGO, N. I>., Oct. G.—The building
and stock of the Weeum-Watt compa
ny, wholesale dealers in notions and
stationery, have been destroyed by fire,
entailing a loss esllimited at $lf)0,(KHi;
Insurance about $140,000. The cause
the lire is unknown.
Si8.oo To Chicago And Return Via
B. 6c O.R. H.
Account of the Encampment oi
the Union Veteran Legion at Chi
cago.Oct 8, to 11, B.& O. N. R. will
sell roundtrip tickets.Oct..0, Cth and
7th. Good to return until Oct. 10,
rate ot $18,00.
HELD ANNUAL MEETING.
Olticors For The Homo For Aged
Women Chosen.
The annual meeting of the Home
for Aged Women was held on Satur-jday
day and the following named officers
were chosen.
President, Mrs. Leonard Kittingcr;
vice president, Mrs. II. P. Buinford;
secretary, Miss A. E. Stroud; treas
urer, Mrs. Charles F. Wollaston;
board of managers. Miss Albina Pli^
lips, Miss Anna Porter, Mrs. A. Lob
dell, Mrs. H. I*. Brown, Mrs. H. K.
Grant, Mrs. S. E Jackson, Mrs. Leon
ard Kittenger, Mrs. II. P. ltumford,
Miss Stroud, Mrs. Wollaston, Mrs.
E. Bringhurst, Jr., Mrs. Ji G. Qtiig*!
ley, Mrs. M. Chambers, Mrs. G. W.
Sellers, Miss Mary Wilson, Mrs. M.
N. Malone, Mrs. El wood Pyle, Mrs.
Edith Craig, Mrs. M. A. Horn, Mrs.
Wijlium E. llawkins, Mrs. Henry
Downing, Mrs. Charles Hoadenkopf,
Mrs. W. K
Mrs. John Bringhurst,
Reynolds, Mrs. Vincent G. Hazzard.
During the year there were live
deaths at the home, The new build
ing is nearing completion,
home has thirty four inmates.
Xlie
Another American Inviision,
LONDON, Oct. G. The Belfast cor
respondent of the Daily Mail says In a
dispatch he has heard that an Ameri
can syndicate with a capital of $20,
000,000, prop * s to erect large mills on
the waterside at Belfast, Londonderry,
Dublin, Cork, Waterford and Galway
with a view of importing corn and
wheat in bulk, .milling it and distribut
ing it by means of coasting steamers
owne(H»y the syndicate.
I
j
.
GENEVA Switzerland, Oct. 0. - A
meeting; of the striking employees of
the street ear lines led to serious riot
ing wenty-eight ears were wrecked,
am! the police had diffleulty in rcstor
ing order. Many arrests were made.
Very Ancient TurnI ih Tounil.
ROME, Oct. 6.—Two tombs of great
antiquity have been discovered in the
necropolis of the forum.
TREES OF THE CITY ARE NOW
IN THE GARB OF AUTUMN.
Nature's bouquet is displayed iu
Wilmington parks just now in a
gorgeous display of foliage tinted by
T, . . . . . .
t ,e autumn atmo.phere Into an array
of contrasting colors, which give a
wonderful beauty to tbelantlscape.
Jn some places a single .ree may
Vo seeiKtandin g out In bold relief
with Its golden or crimson timed
foliage contrasting with the emerald
liue,of tho grass surrounding it. But
in the majority of cases the gorge
ously tinted trees nestle amid a
cluster of those winch yet retain
their green foliage or perliaps euclr
cle a single green leaved tree which
stands out ill vivid contrast to its fel
lows. Caprice Issliovvn le the degree
of coloring and especially is this
true of the maples. Here may stand
a maple in all tile fresh greenness of
carlv spring, while a few vard» awav
will'be another tree of th'< same va
riety wliicli has taken on a golden
sheen deepening into crimson and
forming a glowing spot of color In
the landscape.
Probably the most striking of a 1
the park trees is the (logwood.
Brilliant red ami maroon tinUd
lcavesnow thicklv cover the umbrella
like branches, which in the ear v
spring me the first to set out a bin - -
quot of white blossoms. Bright
sem let berries add to tho color of i e
trees, lighting up like tire-llam s
when touche 1 by the sunlight. A
lui'ge number of dogwood; give
beauty to Brandywine Park.
,„ , ,. ., , ,,
Closely crowding the dogwood for
the honor of autumnal beauty m thc
black li aw. A group of these trees
have been likened by a poison of
artistic temperament to a glowing
bed of coals.
red of an iatense heat, darkened on
the outside by a purplish line, deriv
ed from the berries which the trees
dress of green in the spring-are the
first to feel the touch of autumn,
and many of them have .
given up their golden tinted leaves
1
Beneath is the fiery
bear.
Lindens- tlie first to assume their
already
to form a rustling carpet iu the
Tall chestnuts show a touch of
gold in their leaves to distinguish
them from greener neighbors. Horse
chestnuts have donned a bright
yellow autumn dress, while birches
are clad in a ligher yellow for the
nonce. Beech trees show a dark 1
brown leaf, shading to yellow in
some parts of the foliage, 'giving a
vuriegated oflfect to its leafy dress,
Another striking tree in this park is
the sassafras, which shows at once
the bright green of summer
parks.
FRIGHTENED BY AUTOMOBILE.
Hor»6s Leap Our Si lo And Young
Woman is injured.
Miss Alice Marshall of Binning
ham, Pa. was slightly injured on
Saturday, while driving with her
, v ' , i, i i * .
brother on the Baulevurd. An auto
mobile owued by Jones L. Pierce of
East t (range N. J , passed tbem and
e \ 4 i *i ■ . i ' m- ,
frightened their horse. Miss Marshall
s . ,, l4l
was thrown fr<vn the wagon and the
, . , , -i .. " . , ,
wheels passed over her leg and head.
r . l t , • .r .vi •, r\ »
Dr. Josephine M. White Dr. La
1 , , , .
our was snmtnoueu to tin rectory
..... T , . ..I
ot St. Johns church, where Mhk
Marshall had been taken,"and gave
medical aid Miss Marshall suffered
severely from shock but no bones
were broken.
speak on "The Empty Coal Scuttle"
it) Olivet Presbyterian Church last
night as was expected. The ser
mon was postponed on account of
the death of Mr. Elwood's infant
son which arrived on Saturday
night. Mr. El wood will deliver his
address next Sunday night. j
Preacher Postponed His .sermon.
The Rev. R. A. El wood did not
V
C. 1). MEIBS HEBE.
Spoke iu Several Local ChnrehcB
Yesterday.
C. I). Meigs, ot Indianapolis,yestar
Wil
bundav school work. Mr.
delivered two addresses i
inington
at Hie Second Baptist churoti in Hie
morning.
In the afternoon Mr. Meigs spoke
at L'nion church, taking for Ins sub
joct, "How to teach with Chalk
Pencil "
ing and instructive. Mr. Meigs also
spoke at Scott, Epwurth and IvtsL
Lake Preshyterianchurclies. To-day
he made several other speeches,
_
Wo,,, ' l De l ;>
»hlo talk of lynching here since the
preliminary hearing of Calvin Elliott,
colored, for an assault on Mrs. Caleb
Meigs delivered an eloquent address
1
The
tin l ess
tas inteiesl
X
cheM Thrive
Foiled.
CHARLOTTE, N. C., Oct. U.-A spe
cial to the Observer from Lineolntou,
N. C., says'*. "As the result of consider
"bout li
Brown a crowd broke into the jail
/clock in the morning and
tried to batter down the doors, but
failed and dispersed without getting
the negro. Judge Iloke wired the gov
ernor to call a special term of court for
the trial of the negro, and the latter
replied that he would do
" a11 ^ *" m *
at
attempt at vio
lence, and a telegram was sent to
Charlotte for the military company to
be dispatched to Lineolnton on a spe
cial train. It was the third attempt
made to get the negro out of jail aud
Hears are held of
Coal Ilnnilllng: riant Dmtroyed.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Oct. U.—Dam
age estimated at $30,000 was wrought
Ut East ItocU«rtw by lire, which com
letel de8tr0 y e J the Koclicatcr coal
haIldUng pIaIlt of the New York Con
tral rnilroad . There was
Flalue8 broke out o( the upper part 0 f
thc blUldlng and for over an h0UP
formed
insurance*.
square block of lire straight
up in the air. * The big coal pocket is a
muss of ruins, while the 4U0 tons of
coal in its bunkers dropped into the pit
below, the soft coal burning for several
hi
shading to golden on some brandies
fl-ml deepening to a dull crimson,
daks, as if to carry out their repu
taticn as inonarchs of the forest,seem
, oatll t0 ive tlielr reen foli U3
,,„icklr a, some of tliolr leafy nLh
' ors ■ Qnly heM aI)d llow „ e sl]0 " wu
autumnal touches in the rusty red.
dish brown leaves, which arc Almost
llldrle „ alntmg tlle , rrecll fo | iair0 ,
ln tho p arlc mav b0 s03n t aU hlck
O rios which rear their golden vellow
clad branC | les , lmK1 tho Sur ,- 0U L<Jin
green of Norway spruce and silver lira
witu UieU . evergreen foliage,
.
,,( ; w tlle loavc i s a *' e tul ' nl "«, a
isli orange, to become brighter in
line as tlie season advances, Sugar
maples show their vivid green leaves
with here and there a lunch of na
ture's brush, wliicli has brought out
a rich red pigment, perhaps to paint
only a portion uf a leaf or a single
one here and there.
Here are chestnut oaks, which
have a leaf like a chetsikt, but are of
tlie oak family, and show a tenden
cy to turn color with the changing
season. Yonder is a scarlet oak
which gets its name from tlie dress
it assumes in tlie autumn, and just
... , ,
Au American nsh shows a uniform
>lross of burnt orange, every loaf
nppeavantly having taken on itsaut
}! M1U lu0 - ^ot fai away is the tu.
hp poplar stiimlrng out in relict
muid green trees with a less bnl
haul, foliage. A persimmon tree is
i' lst hiking on a touch of bronze to
'its leaven. A black gum has here
aU( , tUere a sl , my of red laavos
aKaillst itg (ll . e3s of gredlJ .
with , ()Uleu stnrgt eBcll | ea£ which
ha d turued iu color stamllug out vi
vidly against a background of green.
A Norway maple has a dress uf
golden leaves tinged with
brown, as if a flame had
More
brilliant yetis tho sweet gum with
its spiked leaves turued to a rich
glossy purple or a contracting red
the same tree. Oho of these
trees looked yesterday as if it hung
•edisli
scorched
the edges of the leaves.
Tho park superintendent in view
ing the autumn landscape, is more
convinced than ever of the aid the
landscape gardener can give nature
iu producing a gorgeous autumnal
bouquet. He says that nature is no
respecter of the posit ion of a tree,
hut may color its foliage in beauti
ful tints wherever it may chance to
grow. The landscape gardener is to
aid, he says,by observing the autum
colorings and then when trees are to
he planted, to select such varieties as
will contrast in their colorings when
nature's brush is passed over them
in the fall.
President W ill \ot Itevlew Pnrndc.
WASHINGTON, Oct. U.-President
v i 11 not review the parade
of the G. A. R., at which it was ex
pected he would occupy the reviewing
stand in front of the White House.
The official statement issued Saturday
that ho would have to exercise extreme
Roosi'vett
.......... ... .
care indicated that it would be I'lijios
.. . .. .. . , .. .. . 1
fc!|, 1 <! ..° 1 1,1 . °. M1 °". 10 u ' eian ^'
un !' Ue <ll " cl ,ta, * n *" t thut Ue „. w ."
not do so is now made on au officLal
, r , ,. . . .
authority. The president has not yet
. , . *.:*•*
been able to rest bis foot
... , . , . *»■>,, ..
and Ins physicians have forbidden him
* * , . . , ...
again to overtax ins strength as lie did
, . ^
during thc past week,
* 1
the lloor,
Texas Flrointwi Strike.
LAREDO, Tex.. Oct. 0.-A11 the fire
men on the Texas, Mextenn and North
ern division of tlie National railroad
extending from Laredo to Saltillo have
struck, and not a wheel is turning on
these roads. The firemen claim they
receive only $7.88 Mexican money for
twenty-eight hours' work, and as Mex
lean money lms depreciated they claim
they cannot make a living. They de
inand $14 Mexican for the same hours
of labor,
Uubell Ml® Matter
Go to CharltH 16. Dubell for rour Inti
•tul (Qpa dull style! No. 1 iiiutC Tutrid
MECHANO-XEIBALTBERAPY.
Dr. Lawton Returns to City to
Practice New Profession.
The Lawt.cm Optical Co. No. 816
Market street takes pleasure in
stating that Dr. Lawton lias* re
in. ned to Wtlluiogton after a year's
course at me College of Mechano
Neural'Therapytwhere he graduated
with high honors. Ur. Lawton will
make extensive alterations
present parlors so there will be five
treating rooms, reception room, ex
amination room for the eye, ear,
and throat. I>r. Lawton will contiu
to treat the eye anti the ear, nose
and throat, using no medicine. Dr.
Lawton has been very successful in
his practice i.i Atlantic City. Dr.
Lawton will he pleaded to see all of
his old patieffts as well as new ones
and explain to them what a wonder
ful science Mechano-Neural-Tliera
py is. Office hours 9 A, M. to 9 P.
M. Examination llail.
tiie
!S>« ilriliali FinI iiinnu dor Arrive*.
NEW YOKE, Oct. 0. — The Right
Honorable Sir Mirlmel Henry Herbert,
British embassador to the
United Slates, arrived here on the
steamer Campania to assume the du
ties of his post. lie was accompanied
by Lady Herbert and their son Mi
chael. They will spend a short time in
this city with Lady Herbert's tiatlier,
Mr. It. T. Wilson, before going to
Washington.
the n w
Army I-lxpenaeM DcerouHod,
WASHINGTON, Oct. 0.- According
to the annual report of the paymaster
general, army expenditures decreased
during the past fiscal year $918,919 as
compared with the preceding year,
partly owing to decrease iu the pay of
•the army and in part owing to a re
duction of claims for extra pay by vol
unteers. The total expenditures made
by Paymaster General Bates were $52,
523,479.
Erie Hallway Bridge Fall*.
MEADVILLE, Pa., Oct. G.-The cen
ter spun of Buchanan bridge, on the
Erie railroad, three miles west of this
city, gave way while n
freight train was on it. Two carta are
at the bottom of French creek, and
two others hang over the piers. Aside
from damage to the bridge the road
will suffer severely in delay to traffic.
rest bound
Death Penalty Abolished.
MONTEREY, Mexico, Oct. 0.--Politi
cal crimes no longer carry the death
penalty in the state of Nuevo Leon.
The state congress has passed an
amendment to the constitution specific
ally stating that crimes of such char
acter shall not be punishable by death.
No enforcement of the law just amend
ed has been made for years.
A llnrnileNN Dm-I.
MADRID, Oct. (J.—As an outcome of
newspaper attacks General Barges,
captain general of Catalonia, fought a
duel with pistols with the director of
the newspaper El Imparcinl of Madrid.
Neither of the combatants was Injured.
Lons Drought llrokiMi.
CARRIZO, Tex., Oct. 0.—The thirty
months' drought seems to be broken at
last. Two goid rains have fallen in the
Rough it comes too late to
do corn much good. However, It is of
the greatest benefit to stock interests.
last week, alt
I,n Sonfrlere Erupt*.
KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, Oct. 0.
Aftcr u week of tranquillity La Sou
fricro has again showed signs of dis
turbance. There was a slight eruption
Then the vol
at G o'clock last night.
?ano resumed its quietude.
Hcnvy Failure In ItiiM*in.
ODESSA, Russia, Oct. G.-The fail
ure of the great
Kertch for $9,000,000 has caused a flut
ter on the Russian stock
lists resulted in making idle .">,000 men.
•tallurgical works at
tirkcts and
Vunetlnn (Tiurch Spire Crum It 1 Inn.
VENICE, Oct. G.-The steeple of the
Church of* Santo Stefa 110 shows signs I
of falling. 1
OUT OF DUATH'S JAWS,
"When death seemed very
Havcie stciuucli
h 11.1 RulTured with for y*»nr8," writes P.
New
Life I'Hls suved my lifo and gave porfact
health.' Bust pills
26c at N. B Dauforth's drug store.
• from 1
1 lIvor trouble, that; 1
Mu-o, Durham, N. C. ' I)r. Kina'
uurth atul oaly
RLDUCL-D RATI-ij TO CLEVLLaND OHIO.
Via Pennsylvania Railroad. Account
General Missionary Convention ot the
Methodist Lpiscopol Church.
On account of tho 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 tickets lo Cleveland October
20 and 21, good to return, leaving
Cleveland until October 27, inclusive
from all stations on it* lines, at
reduced tates.
Will Not Attend Anniversary.
TheKov. Dr. James L. Vallandig*
ham of Newark, the oldest alum
nus of Jefferson College, has declin
ed an invitation to attend the centen
nial anniversary on October 12th at
Washington, Pa.
Adveitise in the Republican.
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BOARD OF TRADE COMMITTEE
AM)COI NCIIi M ILL MEET.
Charter Making Will he Discuss
ed. (J. R. Woodrofl' of Phil t
delphia Will Speak.
Members of City Council and of
the Hoard of Trade committee on
new city charter will meet this even
ing, to discuss charter making. Most
of tlie time be^cievoted to au address
by Clinton Rodgers Woodruff of
Philadelphia.
It is not expected much considora*
tion will be given to the charter it
self. William P. Bancroft, member
of the Hoard of Trade committee,
obtained the services of Mr. Wood
ruIf who is an expert upon munici
pal government and from whom the
members expect to hear much infor
mation.
Members of City Council have
never beard Mr. Woodruff aud it is
expected that all the members will
be present.
For Piles.
Sample mailed free.
One application gives relief.
The continued use of Hum
phreys' Witch Hazel Oil per
manently cures Piles or Hem
orrhoids-External or Internal,
Blind or Bleeding, Itching or
Burning, Fissures and Fistulas.
Relief immediate—cure certain.
Three Sizes, 25c., 60c. and i-U.OO. Sold by
prepaid
DruKKiutH,
lltnnphreya' Medicine Co
John Hts., Sew York.
receipt of price.
Cor. William nod
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
Vital Weakness and Prostra
tion from overwork and other
causes. Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Specific No. 28, in usa
over 40 years, the only success
fulremedy. $ 1 pervial, orspec
ial package for serious cases, $5.
Sold l>yDrug(rl6t«,or .out prepaid on receipt or price.
Humphreys' Mod. Co., William Si John Sts., N. Y.
Nasal
CATARRH [0B
In all its stages there
should be cleaiuiuess.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleanses, soothe? and heals
the diseased membrane.
It cures catarrh and drives
away a cuid in the head
quickly.
( ream Halm is placed Into thc nostrils, spreads
the inembrare ar u ia absorbed. Rehof is im
mediate and a cure follows. It i9 not drying—does
rot produce sneezing. Large Size, 50 ocnis at Drug
gis'.s or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
Street, New York.
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'WRITTEN GUARANTEE TO CUBS-^aa
rvery uuvertTiing cpemlipt, lain.
I 9| ) Gy, Hospital aud Aiutf Surgcou fall*,
lir. TriEEL, 527 NortH Sixth St.
i Philadelphia, Pa,o All Abuses^
sC.'aoaPoison.Vsrlcoccia.Strictura
s .-> all PRIVATE and OBSCURE
filCQtlCft® boibSBxes. Lost MRoiioo.LHhrunk
DldDadOSy en ormuis.fully restored. Froeh
curetl In 4 to 10 days. Tlie most danyerous cast s
eullrltnil. "EIN PEUTSCHER ARZT." troat
ir.ent by mail. Send for Sworn TeMimotilaTs A Book eg
ibjsiug every fake liiitituto.Eloctncal AMoOical lruud.
L adies bun sr fNG from irregular
ities Irom wliuttivor on use cuu obtain
positive,
operatiou;
c, painless relict;
privacy
. Dr. I
pills or
served; advice free;
ar's Ortico. 120 N. lltli
Dtreet, I'll,I
|
;
+1A2, *10.55 p. m.
rHILADEDPHIA. Week days, * 5 26 5 30
•6.45, 7.20, *st;9, *9.40, ♦10.63, 10G7 H . m •
'•12.21, *2.66, 3.15, *4.58, *6.19( Koval Limited) I
. *7 12, 9 00, *10.55 p. in. Sundays *5 26
^ Baltimore &0hj8
. KAILROAD.
Schedule i
All train* illuminated
light.
effect May 18, 1902.
with Plnrsci
(•) Express trains.
Trains leave
Wilmington, Delaware
Avenue Station, for
NEW YORK, week days,
•10 53 a.
5.26. *9 40,
.; *12.21, *2.56, *5 J9 (Royal Llm
Sundays, *5.26, *9.40,
>, *5.19 (Royal Limited;,
Ited), *7.42, *10.55 p.
•11.35 a
'*
4
f.20, 8.50, *0.40. 10.53,
'6.19, (Royal Limited), 6.35, *7.42, 8.66, *10.55
.35 a.
; * 2.56, 4.30,.
r
Chester week days, 6 30. *6 45, 7.20, *g 09 ,
■*9 40, *10.53, 10.67 a.
1.00, .*10.55 p
10.53, *11.35 a.
•; 3.15, 4.58, 6.40, *7 42,
Sundays, 7.20, 8 . 60 , *9 40,
.. 4.30, 6.35,
. 8.56. *10.66
P
Atlantic City, week d»iy«, *6.45 and *9.40
m., *12.21, *2.56 and *5.19 p.
Limited) Sundays 7.20 a
(Royal Limilud.)
Cape May and Ocean City, week days
., *2 56 p. in. Sundays 7.20 a.
a
. (Royal
., *5.19 p. m.
•6.45 a.
Sea Isle City, week (lavs, *6.45 a
•2.56 p.
Sundays *5.
m
Baltimore and Washington, week days,
*124. *2.09, *3 40,
•4 52. *6.20 (Royal Limited), *8.01, *10 13 p.
; *1.24, *2.09,
•3.40, *6.20 (Royal Limited), *3.01, *10.13
•4 14. *S 04, *11.31, a
Sundays, *4 14, *8
P
Baltimore and way stations, week days,
1.65 a.
1.37 p
Newark,
•11.31 a ni
Sundays, *4 14. *8.04, 9 05 a.
7.32, *8 01 p m
; 3 30 p
. Sundays. 9.05 a.
k days. *4.14, 6.56, *8 04,
; *1.24. 3 30. *4 52, 6.12. *§ 01 p. m.
; *1 24, 5 37
Pittsburg, week days, *8 0. a
l. Sundays, *8 04 a.
; *4 62.
; *3.40,
•10.13 p.
•10 13 p
Chicago, dally. *8 04 a.
Cincinnati und 8
; *3 40 p.
Louis, *4 14 a.
•1.24. *1013 p
Slngerly
m . dally
commodutlon. week days,
; 3 30. 6.12 p. m. Sundays, 9 0G a
6 5;.
m ; 6 37. 7.32 p.
Landenberg j
4 62 p tn
LEAVE MARKET FT. STATION FOR
reek days. 2.50 p m.
ccommodatlon. week days,
Baltimore,
Lundenberg. week days. 8.40 a,
■: no.
Sundays, 9.40 a. m
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA For W1I
mlngton, wewk days. *3.35, 6 50, *7 30, 10 00
•10 56 a
6 0». *5 30. *6 48 (Royal Limited), 6.00. 6 30.
•7 26. *9 38. *11 35 p
8 00. 10 00, a.
•5.4b (Royal Limited), 6.30, *7.2(3, *9 3S, 10 30
; C 50 p.
; *12 50, *1.37. 2.15. *3 08. *4 17.
. Sundays, *3,32. *7 30,
; *12.60, *1 37. 2.15, *3 08. 4 35.
P
"Royal Limited" i* composed exclu
sively of Pullman parlor, observation ami
dining cars. No extra fare except regu
lar Pullman charge.
Dt lmnrvla T< leph
Rates to Western pants lowe: than via
any other line
H A MILLER. Pansenger Agent. WIL
mlngton, Del. - -
D U. MARTIN, Manager of Fassengcf
Traffic.
1^3
OM'jY loaned
ON (4 000 FIRST MOR I HOIKS
»n .1 aiou.'.'i
KUO.II
L* KA l i -5.
RAW El No & CO.,
.l-.l.UU.Ll it i.
%
flfS
feTEAMERS Gil 'Y OF CUESTE-t OA
BRAN DYWIMD.
Schedule In effect Sept, 8tli,
Steamer l*av*i Fourth stroot wlnrf l»llf
(Holidays include.1) ut 7.31 ami U.JJa. in.au.
1
<\ fl j
T.navesPhiladelphia from "lor *, north ibor® a
Art'll street
7-30 an 1 10.15 a. .u. au 1 i-SI J
tl 4 n.
D elaware river nay. co.
NEW FAST LIN* 1
BETWEEN
Wilmington and Phila. ~
#
Commencing Sunday, Sept. 11,
Time Table- Connections made with our a®
all points between Fallalsl
riv«r Louts
pliia and Trenton. _ _
Kiug street wharf, Wilmington. .
ly aud Sundays 7.30 a- in. aud 2 p. iu. Ite'aUrn } I
leave Chestnut street wharf, Philadelphia* ■«£
11 a.
L
. aud 4.15 p.
Fare Round Trip, 25 cts. i
PENNSYLVANIA ft II
TM n STANDARD RAIL
ROAD OF AMERICA ■
PH'' ADIiLFHIA, WII.MINOTON AND 7
BALTinORB RAILROAD
Schedule In effect September 9, 1908.
Trains leave Wilmington as follow®:
For Pmiadelphia, (express), 1.67,
4.20, 6.30. 7.42, 7.50, UO, 8.60, 8.55, ».M|
10.11, 10.32, 10.46, 11.25, 11.32, 11-45 a. m- |
*12.16, 12.56, 1.37, 3.00, 8.11, 4.58, 5.07, 6.«C |
6.30, 7.01, 7.17, 9.03, aud 9.16 p. m. f J
Accommodation, 6 10 , 7.10, 8.05, 11.00 a, r
m., 12.30, 2.32, 4.00, 5.25, 6.39* and 10.43 ^ |
m
For Chester (express), 1.57, 4.20, (LM*
7.42, 7.50, 8.05, 8.10, 8.50, 8.55 10.11, 11.1*
11.32, 11.46, a. m., 1.37, 3.00, 4.58, 6.07, 7-«$
and 9.03 p. m.
Accommodation, 6.10, 7.10, 11.00 a. aJ"3|
12.30, 2.82, 4.00, 5.26, 6.35, and 10.43 p. m. 4 j
New York (through express), LW3 1
8.19, 9.35 (Dining Car), 10.32 (Dining CafM J
10.45 (Dining Oar), 11-45 a. m., xlluj i
(Dining Car), 12.56, 1.37, (Dining Cars V
3.11, 6.07, *6.20 (Dining Car),'7.17, and ».ll
p. m., connecting via Broad Street fttfl $
tion, Philadelphia, 4.20, 6.30, 7.10, it* i
10.11 a. m., 3.00, 4.58, 5.07, and 10.43 p. m4
For Boston vdthout change, 10.02 a. m* i
and 7.17 p. in.
For Newark Centre and intermediat4 \
stations, 7.33 a. m. and 6.36 p. m. |
Baltimore and Washington, 4.35, 8.0W K i|
9.10, 10-18 and 11.01 a. m., 12.05, 114M |
xl.15. 1.50, 3-61, 4.09. 6.26, *6.03, 6.46, 7.01k
7.36. 8.11 p. m., and 1.05 udght.
Baltimore and intermediate 6tati®a% \
8.00, 4.41, 6.13 p. m., 12.18 night.
Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, fot *
Wilmington (express), 8-50, 7.26, 8.32, lflLl^ |
10.20, 11.23 a. in., 12.03, x 12.36, 1.13, J
3.13, 3.20, 3.29, 4.01, 4.46, 6.07, 5.25, 5.34* 4
5.59. 6.06, 6.20, 6.55, 7-31, 11.21, 11.28 p. no*
ami 12.20 night.
Accommodation. 6.25, 7.30, 9.12 10.31 t« 1
m.. 1.23, 3.25, 4.04, 4.49, 6.27, 8.38, 10.22 and j
11.38 p. m. - m
F
SUNDAY TRAINS. ,
For Philadelphia (express), L57, Jo-.
4.20, 8.05. 9.35, 10.32, 10.45, 11.45 a. m.. "
12.56. 1.37. 3.00, 4.5S, 6.07, 6.30, 7.17, I.M j
and 9 16 p, m.
Accommodation, 710, 8.10, 8.56 a. tn.«
12.14. 2.00. 4.00, 6.25, 7.28 and 10.43 ^ IB. j *
For Chester (express), 1.57, 4.20. 9.35,
11.45 a. in., 1-37, 3.00, 4.68, 6.07 and
in.
Accommodation, 7.10, 8 . 10 , 8.55 a. tn^
12.14 2.00, 4.00, 5.25. 7.28 and 10.43 p. ni. | *
New York (through express, L57,
3.19. 9.35 (Dining Car), 10.32 (Dining 0®fjj ■
10.45 (Dining Car). 11.45 (Dining Oar) mi
in.. 12.56, 1.37 (Dining Car), 3.00, 6.07^ ;
•6.20, (Dining Car), 7.17 (Dining Car)a -j
9.16 p. in., connecting via Broad Street i
Station, Philadelphia, 4.20, 7.JO, 8.05 el
m.. 4.58 and 10 43 p. n). # j
For Boston, without change, 7.17 p. n, ;
Baltimore and Washington, 4.35, 8.6^< J
10.18 n. m.. 12.05, 12 43. 1.50, 3.51, 4.09, «J« .
•6.03, 6.46. 7.36. 8.11 p. tn., and 1.05 ni^htt j
Baltimore and intermediate station^ I
6.13 p. m.. 12.18 night. .
Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, fof IV
^Imington (express). 3.60, 7.20. 11.2S j
m - 12 ° 3 ' l l3< 3 l3 * 3 ' 29 * 4 401 5 07 -
6 05 ' 6 - 55 . T ' 31 * 8 - 35 - n - 21 ' 1128 P- ni -»
12.20 night.
Accommodation, 8.35. 9.12, 10.35 a- lb,
12.29, 2.32, 6.13, 8.38, ond 10.22 p. m.
FOR TIIE SOUTH.
Southern Railway.—Express 6.46 p. m*
daily, sleepers to Port Tampa, Augusta*
Memphis, and New Orleans; 7.36 p. m.,
daily, sleepers to New Orleans, Macon,
Memphis, Nashville, via Asheville and
Hot Springs.
Atlantic Coast Line—Express 12.4S p*
ni.. daily, sleepers to Charleston, Macon,
and Port Tampa: 1.05 a. in., doily, sleep* .
ers to Richmond and Jacksonville. M
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway—8.IL
m . daily, dining car and sleepers to C5n*
cinnati.
Seaboard Air Line Railway.—Expraan
4.35 a. m., daily, sleepers to New Op*
Jacksonville. "Florida and
Metropolitan Limited,'' 4.09 p. m., daily, i
Bleepers to Atlanta and Tampa. * *
I 1
V
leans and
DELAWARE DIVISION.
New Castle, 8 13 a.
.. 3.04. %M
(Saturdays only) 4.02 atul 6.5JLfiT. Tfc*
"reek-days. ? j
., and 4.02 p. m4
•es, 8.13 a.
Week-days.
3
»r Rebohoth, 8.13 n. m. and 4.02
reek-days,
r Dover, Hlfrrington, and Del
., 4.02, 6.58, and 12.04 p.
m
F
8.13. 10 58 a.
Sundays. 12.11 p. m.
For Wyoming and way stations, 3.M
p. m. week-days.
Express for Cape Charles, Old Point
Comfort, and Norfolk, 10.58 a. m. week
days and 12.04 m»:tit daily. v
(•) Congresaionnl Limited Express. All
Vestihute Parlor Curs and Dir :, "*.Csr^
No extra fare other than the us
man charge.
(x) Limited Express, Vestibule
Cars. Vestibule Passenger Coachc
Dining Car.
The Wilmington Trnnsfer Con.
will call for and cheek baggage
hotels and residences.
No extra fare.
For further information, passengers
referred to the ticket ageut at the si
tion
J B HUTCHINSON,
General Manager.
J. R. WOOD.
Gen'l Pass. Aft
SECURITY TRUST &
SAPE DEPOSIT CO.,
NO. Mfi MARKET bTUEIfcC.
Capital Stock .
Surplus ..
Allows Interest on Deposijf ot fioai*
Vbe company acta _ f
istrutor, Trustee, Guardian,
Agent, and rents small safes in
burglar proof vaults.
BENJAMIN MELDS, I'roa. |
Y/ILL I AM n. l'KINCK LK, Vice
• AMES B. CLARKSON. Treas. * (H
..IftN.IH
.$250,038

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