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RITFLES—ODD BELTS, COLLARS AND
STOCKS—SHORT SKIRT COSTUMES
IN HEAVY GOODS IN DIF
FERENT SHADES.
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MENU FOR SUNDAY.
The brave map thinks of himself
last of all.—Schiller.
BREAKFAST.
Cracked Wheat with Jam and
S'' Fried Smelts. Rice Balia.
Graham Mullins.
r :.'s£.. Coffee.
DINNER.
Cream of <>lei
t Steak with Broilci
y' Squash. Potatoe
•-*. Cabinet l'uddin
Crackers. Choc
Coffee.
y Roup,
if Bananas.
y*
SUPPER.
Oyster Loaf.
Baked Sweet Potatoes.
Cocoanut Sandwiches.
5
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COCOANUT SANDWIC'HT
thinly some short pas
line a shallow
Spread It with the folio
ture: Two
S.—Roll •
!*phve. f
ith
f bt
ounces of sugar dissolved
slow lire and allow* d to
this add f
coanut, on
ol. To
•1*S ef g
of finely
citron peel, the grated rind
Juice or half a lemon and l'
eggs, uover with another piece
of pustry, secure tin* edgt s and
for three-quarters
in squares
over.
'
•aka
hour.
ith c
sifted
The fluffy neck ruffle or bon has
to slay, and these are now being; made
to mutch each gown. Perhaps the
popular
'lace to match and harmonize
oomo
.t
*o made of tawny Russian
vith tho |
ocru and brown gowns now so much in
{vogue. The ends a
made quite long
find slender in contrast to the capelike
fullness over tho shoulders.
Many of tho new stocks follow the
example of this summer's neckwear
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Plain Ida
pointed (•!;•'.t 1
U 111!!'.' 1 , tin
other odd
narrow
the oil.
silk I-it
effect in r- .re
eduliion of
The t-d :o <
pale rrav l.;o.-,
il
The wide slew
bolero are :
Bilk la:
SVrfth the cx
WHAT WOMEN ARE WEARING
eltics In I.i n :: r rii — X I.f
A pre'ff id- a fur 1.
Ik'htk'ov
n deep hem
Bilk,
lows .
you
Bilk
;
fTV'ish n fast <V
Clennos la*** m
Cheapest tit Hi! .
underw :
nowadays to t«-i:
real.
Nothing Is hettur t!::in t- i g.Jk
for niglit'.'.-.v
IS wIi *11 S
Bom or and wun
Quirod. It is \v
good twill cl
three oi
Jii the
flan riel, i
made to
extra slip of fine
4 or CnshllK'P' Is
li..
ir tinder the thin
gown. Ih
ler fffec
f.ho unwieldy il.
by flic way, m
lightgowi
TIjo tbr**e-'|U
the '
coat in
illustration is paid
If
can l* made of either mink
lined with white satin. Tim I'ullno
of the back i« bolted i
strap fastened d«w
tons.
!
vith a fur
with steel but
t
tlu
,. ' Glps
i bolt
The new short skirt costumes
lery popular for street
Dado much longer than formerly. Th"
Ik iris luuolv cacaDe the uround. aud
car. They ar
j
. the jackets /re made fn a variety or
pretty ways. Chief among these is the
! Qorfolk jacket with its three plaits
: modified into a pouched effect in front.
n ioritv of these walking eos
ZlUVliuy
Tho
tunics arc maue
P
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.via
fy
m
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f m
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f) l !• rate
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v poods. G it
! (ho pale slnule to gu
GEE.
fancy 1*
metal, is the
mm
ith m t.'litched
front p.
liicnti-d
match those on the
skirts of the.'
i
iiivuriul.ly Him ,1
wn in the cut
i..- empire mv
is of pale 1 ■ 1 m*
bolero of Irish !
eashmu'e, with the
FOR DRESSY WEAR.
The ffew I in s, \ Hm i.n
< lil n e*4.
lid ( repo do
new furs nr
V L." h ,'llteiv.l
1!:11 Stole
r t.vjHM of fi:r
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i velvet nr
cdnllion of
oii*l shapes,
. ' :.
id the hIoovoh also
ling of velvet nml I
li.. nml tlu l,
us 'if tiir iiiit, pm.
f.isli
ill) chic
»f dm
d dronpinj
dusters
TIjo
elaborate
In the
cut Is
chine. The
•i a I crepe
gun
nist has n full holer*), fas
f-ingle strop over a blouse of pink
The tmdcrsleevo.s
chif
!
dl.v> of tile
chiffon
vlilrli, by the way, Is run
Ith tiny butter colored inser
The skirt is shirred ar
t lll'Ottvll
tlu
id the
Glps nnd haa three ruffles around tho
bolt
'riie tint is of pink chilTua and
rosea.
A STUBBORN COLD OR
BRONCHITIS. .
yields more readily to Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liver oil than
to anything that you can take;
and if persistently used a few
days, will break up the cold,
■ When you awake in the
night choked up and cough
ing hard, take a dose of the
Emulsion, and you will get
immediate relief, where no
cough medicine will give you
relief It has a soothing and
healing effect upon the throat
and bronchia! tubes.
Send for Free Sample.
SCOTT Si DOWN E, Chemists, 409 Pear! St„ N. Y.
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AntoinolOlc biaim<g,<* *n
NYACK. N. Y.. Nov. 15.
The suit of
Mrs. Sara!* T. Lovau
of Nvnok
gainst
Edward Wallace, s\ millionaire of
New York, for .$20,000 for injuries re
ceived In May when Wallace's auto
mobile frightened her husband's horse
and threw him out has been suddenly
ended by Mr. Wall
•e paying $8,750 to
settle the ea.se.
The Mm
•or; nl Affair.
ROME, N
est news
which has beet
received here regiml
ing the Maset
the ltalit
red
preys that the Atnerici
thorities did their uti:
vi!hin the
law to mitigate tho composer's situa
tion.
st
CONDtlNScD DISPATCHES.
An Aztec trcasim
cavern has been
Tin? r.uljntrhin cabinet has resi.-'iied
;u nceount of per-i
;il diffcrcnc.
A
the Irnn.-port Sumner
jumped overboard to save a Uau uml
A fast Baltimore n
-•recked
1 Ohio train was
•■ar Wushinytou,
Md., ami
A pi ity of I
•jjlars shot the low
" I
:; " 1 .'i-i, '
Elyria. (>.. ami
c of tilt
an attempt to mb i
•as killed ii
house.
A raft from f!)«.
steamer Elingiimite
with
wroc
was picKcu up
1 eight dead
ii j
' 1 CK I N TIIIIJTKKX,
'•! miles Win. SnlreM*
Yt.. r ' ' * *'
•a Sal vo, tlia
Bj
Rending
of
•k
I n' - Ar
wholly cured
•1 bln b
his loj;.
Nothin *
:d.
• enrol llrui-os, FoN
Bui Is,
Hu-ns.
vorns and Pilus
b N. li. 1) ; ,
Only 25c.
•'ortli, druggist.
Guaranteed
y\
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of I
s
till fife
fliJ
Wa
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largo !•>
COOiffS
C'iMUSTMA
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\L\S WITH IS.
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| Bicycli from $1.03 r;.
Guns $LC
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Rom
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Tin'
Molor-evele !
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< »oir (*ootIs, 'lVievclcs, Vel.)!
d»r<
J . X | ll'f 'SS Wm ^oIIS,
I'("il-])o\vei' W'm
g'oiiy,
t '-cm! WhlifOllS,
' his Light Supplies, 1' oot ;
m<
See our ('hristliUH '1
ov-, you
yoimg
ilou'l
will wi-h
YOU
were
•'ipiill—OVrI'VlIiilljf
(nil li
now
■iv lliom.
| T. C. Bradford
Holt s. Holt's.
NOW OPEN.
| Tlie Finest Stag Hotel
AMI Till; ONI,V
Quick Lunch, Oyster and
Ice Cream Parlor in tiie City
I
civ fll
ii-h.rl
l'-lg«d
*l
let
Iigol in toe
C. R. HOLT,
5 P. Fourth St.
Holt's Holt's
ESTABLISHED 1843 .
HARMAN.
$ S 8.00
Patented
all steel Bed couch
a couch during the
day; a bed at night.
Fitted with the
luxurious Nation
al Spring. Remov
al padded seat or
i mattress, covered
in denims, with
head rest and pil
lows. Easily
cleaned; simple ad-1
jus tmen t. Full
length and 52
inches wide when
used as a bed.
I
$I.2s
1
Oak
Book Suppor—
can be attached to
arm of any chair
or rocker and ad
justable to any in
clination.
It
It
I
A
Do e s
I not mar or deface
' the chair. Useful
writing and
other pur
And
j for
and
poses.
$2.50
Coucli
Covers, 52 inches
wide by
long; double faced
and fringed a 11
around-in Bagdad
stripes and Turk
isli effects. Unns
| aally attractive in
appear a nee and
I u n d e r regular
price. Full line,
$2.50, S3, $3.50,
Q
yards
<0
:
Gl
xJ
-White
imke ts.
Pc
!
■>n
j W o ol
j with pink, blue or
j red borders, regu
iold at ip4.00. |
I A limited quantity j
will be offered at
! this price, and for
a short time only. I
You will find the I
! line worthy of in-1
spection in every J
respect-sizes,
quality and weight
S3.75, $4.50, $5.50
$6, $7.50, S8.50,
Y> i
u
lit
I. y c
!
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See.
Geese Feathers
prime, live picked,
steamed feathers
all grades and
guaranteed odor
less.
J. & J. N.
ff
u
0
Furniture,
Carpets,
Linoleums &c.
Open Tuesday and Saturday
Evenings.
D
GEMS IN VERSE
•-■
"far
r-t
.<* With the Tide.
Yestereen, the hour before ho died.
He groaned and said, "Dear lass.
Go sen If the tide be like to turn
And my poor soul to pass."
And I wept, but I swore to God as I
went
That 1 would not let him pass.
I w
t dov.'
to the twilight shore;
I watched the full tide swell,
it roa
And
To hold him 'gainst it fell.
My heart
love
my heart,
and rose,
heaven with
And
hot with pain
hell.
And, being at last In
lone place,
With naught save Hint beside,
"O God, God! What's come to your heart
To let
Oh, how do you dare
And hurt
h ill betide?
>0?" I cried.
"If it was but the lads, to drow
again,
■ littlo lassie you made be born
just that week of pain—
Nay, wring my life out, drop by drop,
I suid, "and 1 11
by
Or
F
complain.
'But him that I've
seen to all theso
years
And him that's loved
Gud
There is tin
atwlxt us twain
n scarcely know!
I cried, "and I'll keep
you ci
Oh, he's
him mine.
And 1 will not let him go!"
The still
Against
The uncolored sea and sky—they hung
Bike a straight, Beamless pall.
Tliu filial
a and sky stood there
, like* t
ail.
waves, like breaths they
Like dying breaths did fall.
But quick and strong above them I
Heard
I My thoughts mid that dead hush 1 felt
1 and rouhd.
s the one livo thing
Loft in a world aswound!
In art throbs iiutind.
Boating
Oh. I f.-lt 1
Aye. 'twixt t!
sleeping air and skjr
t scorned asleep
1, all stir and strain
keep,
1 the tide i:
1 mind how 1 s
My man's life for
Till smith'
it fell—sudden
Fell the gray, quiet deep.
It wan net pc
Not hope and
. it was not pain.
despair.
D
It w;
yself drawn
And l s.it empty tlierc.
I heard alow words from
Dtupping like a prayer.
Of
my own mouth
(The sea ;
1 sky stood firm; the waves
Kept up their plashing sound,
wake
tie* life
' thing!
Now
•as fa lie
aswound.
a speck of tho earth I stood,
A speck <
And the whole world lay all round.)
And I said: "What
Whether I will or
:at in
ist be will be,
There's
e world must take Its
ir woal.
re to tin* world than you and
And. David, David, go!'
t
:"
Tli.re'
Next a sea snail
The hard
Years
w! Oil
t!ic snrnl—
ing brow
oath ebb has drained it;
To
aril flood will drown,
n-'od." I said,
'There's
and a w?"$.
And I watched the tide go down.
Calm T went In; coin T took
to my breast.
aeant day,
1
His dead f;
The v;
light, the
l'v
with ilie will of God.
My h-:
—B. 1%. Ihuigla
h broke, 1
-
iu Luu.L'u Spectator.
STARTI.IMi, HIT TIU'K.
w what
•N o w
"If every
cbm D, K u - i
lies 1). ||. J uruer, Deinnsoy
d sell u:i you Imvo in a day.
i k
a grand luoili
I. lo Pills is."
Two
flirt
of
: Jnl'aliiblo for
live
:
lr-.iiblco, 2
ii. N. li. Banfoitli'd
He v<
idert.
flail flfl
AY A '-'ill N ' > m.\. Nc\
ea' ve*| b*T«> flfiJl
•as. Vej
G I - Tt
npilul *'1|y ||j:;t 1h0
hid r in
Mi,ini I I
e rustle
' imprlft
r of IVesitlent
'astro to
him
Hug ill the
re
li> n. n-in;
hunt
Th, .1.;
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. Adams
lull
W. IlnlKck,
' l-miile
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v. ith
ai a Midi
its,
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T* 13.
11A A A N A Nuv. IT.
e I il«
rl llllS
voraldy
fitle pliMjn
e to Prin
i
J-i-'s m eentriil lor-rt 1 ii
Willhi
•fly. Sir
offer
Vmi
Horne has
ade ii
1 to tlie I
■lit of
tor tho
I building j
I land. hiidi he intends to
1 utilize for hotel puri csi s.
Hebei I rml-r
Iff OVH
SiirrcndiT,
C.NBACAM,
en* i d I. Ilo Hodrlyih /„ foriib'rlv a
cn bluet
ister during I ho ndmlnls
•\ President Audrmle and
tratini
irh i Ins I ice
one of tin* h aders of tho
offered to
revnlutiui
in \ *-nczuehi, In
syrremlcr to the
vernincnt.
'« I'lnriilffy
SnO* Ono.
HABBISBT U(J, Pa.. N ov . IS.-Tho
officinl returns of the nccnl
•leetion
Just compiled nt the state department
that Pennypaeker (Rep.
Mil
had n
'er Pattiwon (I)m.) of 150,
idunillty
4.1 U,
Weather Probulillltlen.
Fair; fresh to brink
on!Invent winds.
II
DR.
TRY
8
F03 THAT coi n.
TAKE no SUBSTITUTE.
flares Cor sumption,Coughs
Colds, Bronchitis, Astlimi ,
Pneumonia,Haj lA-vor,Pleu
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
«ore Throat, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
u WO CURE. WO PAY.
r.ic*u0p and Si Vn,V. RO'fri.ts FHEfc.
N. B. Danfoflli, Market and
Second,Streets.
rail
XJ
i'a.
C
rm
a:
cs
v
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CAW DY CATHARTIC
WQ R K WHI IE YO U S
w
ANNUAL SALE
1
10.000.000
V
^ BOXES
Greatest in the World
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A MILLION GRAN DMAS all over America point to OASCARETS Candy Cathartic as the
most perfoct family medicine ever discovered. Good, kindly, tender-hearted old soul -grandma
tries to help others by telling of tho good things she has learned through experience and so the
sale of OASCARETS is nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. The wisdom of years of exper
ience with her own health, and grandpa's and her children's, and her children's children's has
taught grandma that lu OASCARETS Candy Cathartio has been discovered THE ONLY
PERFECT FAMILY MEDICINE for all bowel troubles, children's diseases, diseases of the stomach
and livor, sick headaches, biliousness and bad blood. Best for the Bowels. All druggists, 10c,
25c, 50c. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped COO. Guaranteed to cure or your
money back. Sample and booklet freo. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
584
DELAWARE RIVER
NAVIGATION CO.
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Prof LFiTPEEl .H-D,
B21 Mflllll Sillh SI r'Hndri?
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Fast Freight ami Passenger Ser- i
vice to Philadelphia.
Change of time taking effect Monday,
October 20th.
STEA MKit T\V I LIGHT.
T.envos King Street Wharf. Wilmington, s a. m.
dflilv; returning, leave Chostnut Street Wharf,
J'hiludehihia. p. <iuily. Round trip 25 conti
D A A I'lionc 714. Deliufti via 1141.
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Guarantees
C
nuarn'itfpiinn|i/|7P
you a cure f a ik<l. IfcPfll £
ftWVWDEOWWf
V4HIUGCELE wifc*Bt,cixiinrlon«?c(i A. officst of n\l
(not wit listiiif] ln« wlut o» licif ad vorti*e).< inly one i o
llHbl'j & trust worthy. 8ft years rr.vtical & O y
HOfPITAL EXPEf iENCJ toC''minTiy.Frostirnc'8 cured
t» 'Ato 10iUys.}Ioiir8foriheirio6tdaiiHen)u«i4 Ioiik
srurnlliikr cases wtilch Uollcii fccureinatoOniomh*.
:dally 10 to 3:30. SHt.evVx.3to 10. Hcndttcta. in
one h twoct.ftaningfor BOOItexposing uverv ii •dleal
t Avoid eli-aptreatmeni offered »>y cirtiuKitts Antt.erH'
*asa 'ateh, it puiaons dc ruitui thonpan-Is. In writing.i
:" l ..;: l y. n . t . l .' l . 9 .f 1 h >Br - 0TMI8S PAIl I CURE.Callor writ*''
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full i>artirulursnr<t «iii.
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I or Sole in Wilmington
l>y N. I». Danfortli, Mar
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Mail orders solicited.
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PWUDIil.FHIA. WILMINGTON AND
BALTI flOBB RAIL ROAD
In effect September 9, ISM. .
??' ui " s icnve Wilmla*t«n U3 follow.: 1
h 01 ' I'ml.uclphia, (express), 3.67, 8.19,
4.20, 6 30 7.42 7.50, 8.10, ».' M 8.55, 9.35.
1011 . 1W-3-, 10. in, 11.25, 11.32, 11 45 n. w„
x12 ' 16 * W.6B* 1*37, 8.00, 8.11, 4.58, 5.07, 6.1/7,
c - so * V.01, 7.17, 9.03, and 9.16 p. m.
Aecommodatiou, 6*10, 7.10, 8.05, 11.00 _
m., 12.30, 2.32, 4.00, 5.25, 6.35 uud 1C .43 p.
i & CO.
o31 111 fri tf
712 MARKET STREET !
Ili n STANDARD RAII
KA,L
PENNSYLVANIA R R
i-or Chester (express), J.57, 4.20, 6.30,
7*42, 7.50, 8.05, 8.ID, 8.50, 8.65 10.11, 11.25,
11.32, 11.43, a. m., 1.37, 3.00, 4.58, 6.07, 7-01
«i-d #.03 1). m
Accommodation, 6.10, 7.10, 11.00 a. m..
12.30, 2.32, 4.00, 5.25, 6.35, and 10.43 p. m.
For New York (through express), 1.67, **'
8.19, 9.35 (Dining Gar), 10.32 (Dining Car). "
10.45 (Dining Car), 11 45 u. m., xl^.lO
Car), 12.66, 1.37, (Dining Cur), *
3.11, 6.07, *6.20 (Dining Car), 7.17, and 9.11 4
,n '' 0011 r -acting via Broad Street Hta **'
tiou - LlriladelpLia, 4.20, 6.30, 7.10, 8.50,
I0.il a, m., 3.00, 4.58, 5.07, and 10.48 p. in, P
For Boston Vlthout cbgugc, 10.02 a. m.
nd 7 - i7 .P- m.
For Newark Centre and intermediato *
•tationo, 7.33 a.
m.
7.32,
• and C.35 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 4.35, 8.00
010, 10-18 and 11.01
12.05, 12.43,
XUS, 1.50, 3 61, 4.09, 5.25, *6.03, 6.46, 7.63,
7.36. 8.11 p. m., and J..05 night.
Baltimore and intermediate stations, *
'0, 4.11, 6.13 p. ru., 12.18 night.
0
I
.cave Fhihidvlphia, Broad Street, foi
Wilmington (express), 3.50, 7.25, S.32, 10.16,
10.29, 11.23 a. iu., 12.03, x 12.36, 1.13, 2.1J,
8.13. 3.20, 3.29, 4.01, 4.46, 6.07, 6
6.59. 6.05, 6.20, 6.55,
end 12.MO night.
Acconimodnliiin, G.C5, 7
n)., 1.23, 3.26, 4.0I,'4.49, 6.27, 8.38. 10 22 aud
11.38 ii. m.
. .25. 6.34,
7-81, 11.21, 11.28 p. is , ' Ca
a
wj < 62
9.12 10."5
.35, 10.32, 10.49 11.45 u. m.,
12.66, 1.37, 3.00, 4.53, C.07, 6.30, 7.17, 9 03
ami 0.16 p, ni.
Accormuodntion, 7-10, f? io. 8 55 a in
12.14. 2.00, 4.00,
SHXDAY TRAINS.
For riillmleliihin (oxiiresa), 1 57, 3.19,
s
i
Chester
1.57, 4.20, 9.38,
11.43 3
m., 1-37, 3.00, 4.
6.07 and 9.03
p.
Aceommodadcn. 7.lo sin «
1: -v' <««; ».SS. 7.28 tuj'lMJ p.
l nl ' ' ' orlt UDrunsh esprea... 1.37,
(I>lnlns Cart, 10.32 lUinlnx Far)
< I,ini "« «'#-•»• "•« (Dining Far) a.
| ni., 12.3(1, 1.37 (Dining Car), 3.00, 6.07,
* c '""' (,,lMl11 * Vnrt. 7.17 (Dining < 'nr),
i p- 1,1 - '■('iinerCing via Broad Slrrnt
8,ntf<1 "' IMlila ' u ''i 4.S9. wo. s.o; ..
ij
10.18 h.
A. in.,
•ami 10 43 p. |it.
., 4.6
For Boston,
Ibilti/noro
-vlthout change, 7.17 p. m.
'1 Wa«hington, 4.35, 8 00,
3.51, 4.09, 5.23,
_ *6.03, 6.46, 7.36, j.ll p. m., and 1.05 night.
Buliiumrp nml iiUonucdiale atntiuua.
5.13 |>. m., 12.18 night.
; Brave i'hilaflelphia, Tlrond Str
n.. 12.05, 12.13. 1.:.
t. for d
Wilmington (exprous)
. '0, 7.20, 11.23 a.
j nw, 12.03, 1.13, 3.13, 3.29, 4.46. 5.07, 5 a 5,
- 6.05, 6.55, 7.31, 8.35, 11.21, 11.23 p. ru.,
1 12.20 night.
nJ
Arc,
udntioh, 8.35. 9.12. 10.35 u- m.,
12.29, 2.32. 6.13, S.C3, aud 10.1
p. rn.
FOB THE south.
Bail way.—Express 0.46 p.
dady, sleepers to Fort Tampa, Auimsta,
Memphis, and New Orionun; 7.86 p. m ,
daily, sleepers to Now Orleans, Macon,
! .MeuiphlA, Nashville, via Asheville and
u ot s pr | n g Si
Atlantic Coast Lii
:
i Souther
rn.
—Express 12.43 p.
cn., daily, eleepm to Charleston, Macon,
and Port Tampa; 1.95 a. in., daily, b!
•ra to Richmond and JacksonvilJo.
Choanpoake & Ohio Bailwny-8.il p.
m., daily, dining ct
tfinnati.
uml sleepers t * Cin
Seaboard Air Line Rnllwaj*.—Express
4.36 a. in., daily, steepe** to No
loans urn] Jacksonville. "Florida and
Metropolitan Limited," 4.ft9 p. m . f daily,
•leepera to Atlanta and Tampa.
Or.
DKLAWAuE in vision.
For New Cn»l!n 8 13 n.
ily) 4.02 and
.. 3.04, 3 57
(Saturdays
wei*krtday8.
all
F
, 8.13 q. ni., and 4.02 p. m.
. And 4.02 p.
,e\v
weekdays.
F
Behohotb, S 33 a.
ck-dayg.
Dover, Harrington, and Delmar, ■
1.13. 10.58 «. m.. 4.02. ... 12 04 p. m. '"'
Sundayn. 12.11 p.
Wyoming oml way stations, 3.04
p. m. week-days. I' 1
•"* NiXllc^lO.'M'fc 0 ^ wwj! ih
® a J' 8 ari( l 12.04 uignt daily.
m.
I
F
m
(•) Congrpsslon.il MmltPd Express. All
_Vevtlhute I'arlor Cara and Dining Car.
No extra fare other thnn the u>ual Pull* f!, 1
man charge. j"
(x) Limited Ex pres*, Vestibule Parlor (il
Cars, Vestibule Pasrengcr Conches, and
Dining Car. No extra fare.
Tho Wilmington Transfer Company
will coll for and cheek baggage froro
hotels nnd residence!.
For further information, pnsflcntreni nr*
fir* ,0 th0 "'• k " w «t....
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I. B. HUTCHINSON. J H WOOD
QommI Man» f .r. Ow*l Pass. Aft
j
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By
P^^j6altimore&O isfi
_ RAILROAD.
j Schedule in effect May lg, j|»02
i All trains illuminated
light.
(•) Express trains.
Trains leave Wilmington, Dcl.wari
Avenue Station, for *
' ' YORK, week days, •5.26 •9 40'
I Vi iv- 4 "' 1C ' 5 P m Sundays. *5.23, *y.4(l
4 tt4np : . m 2 ; 63, (I ' oyai
. PHILAPEiiPHIA, Week days. .5 2 J
U°' *>' *>»•«. 10.87 a.' m.j
«. Mi . 712 , i M , *10.05'p'm' Sunday*"*!**
. , M ' s "• *»•<». 10.53. *11.35 m ..
1 blmitedi, 6.35, <;. u , s.6i, *lo.M
p
with Plnrjcg
!
Chester week days, 6.39.
*9-40. *10.63, 10.57 a. m.
1.00, *10.65
•6.45, 7. :? v *S.O!^
; 3.16, 4.68, 6.40, *7.42J
»Ar, ' eunda *va. 7.20. 8.50, *9.4 o3
10 A 11.8a a. m.; 4.30, 6.35, *7.42, 8.66, »|o.5g
p

Atlantic City, vreck days, *8,45 ant? *9 49
m .» and *5.19 p. m. (Hoyal
Limited) Huuriays 7.20 a* m., *5.19 n m
(Hoyal Limited.)
°npe May and Ocean Citv, week dnv*
'C.IS ». in., *2 68 p. in. Sundays 7.20 oj
2 P- ni.
**' ,6S P*
"
Baltimore and Washington, week days-
* fl4 - * S ' n4 - *• >»■; *1.24, *2.09. *3.40,]
4 W- *®- 20 < 1{ oyal himltod), *|.oi, *1013 pj
**' ^ undft y*. '414, *s.04 «. m.; *4.24, *2.09j
ii!) ' * 6 ' 20 < R °J al Limited), *3.01, *19.13
P- m '
Baltimore and way stations, week days*
a m.; 3.70 p. rn, Sundays, 9.05 a. m.j
* V p ' m '
Sea Isle City, week days, *6.45 a
ni. Sundays *5.26*
. m.
2.66 p.
a. nr,
Newark.
week days, *4 It, « z\
• : *1.24. 3.30, *4.53, G.13, *8.01
Sundays, *4.14, *8 04, 9.GG a.
7.32, *8.01 p. na.
Pittsburg, week da)u, *3 0 a
•10.13' p.
10.13 p.
Chicago, dally, *8 01 a, m.; *3 40 p. m.
Cincinnati and St. Louis, *4.i< K %.
. dally.
Blngerly accommudalfon. week day.<^
m.; 3.30, C.12 p. ua. Sundays, ^.05 iu
.; 5.37. 7.32 p. m.
*11.3! a.
P nhi
■: *1.24, 5.31
*
I
4;, -l
♦3.4flj
■ Sundays,
'8.04 a. m ;
I
>1
'•24, *10.13 p.
, ' Ca
.; 5.37. 7.32 p. m.
I.andenberg k
< 62 P
LEAVE MARKET ST. STATION
Baltimore, week days, 2.50 p.
Landenberg, week days, 8.40 a.
Sunday*, 9.40 a. ni.; 6.50 p. m.
LEAVE I'll:i^ADFI.DHj a For Wl!«
week dayp, *3.35, 6 60, *7.£o, 10 00
'JO.GG a.
B 0J '
icomnicdttUon, week day a.
foe
:v.\,
6.20 p. m.
: *12 50, *1.37, 2.15,
3-08. *im
o. 0, *11.48 (Royal Ltnjltnd), 6.00, 6.SOL*
*7 26, * : >•>. *11.35 p. in. Sundays, *3.35, *7.r,9a'
8.' 1 ), 1-T0D, n. in ; *12.50, *1.37. 2.17., *3 03. 4.35,
(Royal Limited), 6.30,
7--Uw *9 3S, 10.31
"Royal Limited" !q
etvely of Pullma
«'>F o-htr lln».
H ; A Pa,l:ien s
•»'"*">-'• d«i.
compo«u»d e-xch
Parlor, observation
dining rara. No extra fare except regu
lar Pullman charge.
Delmnrvin Teh-phonr. No. 193.
Bat aw to Western points lower than via
I
Ag(
if, Wlb
1). 15. MARTIN, Manager of Passenger
Tra fito.
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d
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Lowest Prices
Best Work
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111 West Eighth St.,
\\ iliningtou, Del.
THANKSGIVING DAY.
I'cociauiation liv (lit 1 Governor.
The iipproucliinx <•
■ tO'llll lllllilblr
■ "f another year invilc*
•lit ot
by Divine I'nu l*lence,
c*t inestimable bene
all th*' blc->iiiK
P« "pH
• 1Iu(mI; it Inis
''ewllngly gri .u
'"' r
...
''dent
I' 1
ih
liHinrhed i>y
; it' prosperity lms
The earth has brought forth
■ in lavish abundance: markets have
-iv- and profitable; lnl
( 4 >111 111*
• lm.s been lnl*
'led. eupiltil bus been <•
every bund pence,
exist among the people.
I liercfere I ,1'ilin IImiii. iioveinor <>i lli*- stnto
Di'linvnre
l
*> Hi** I'r. -i ifiii nl the
I ■I'burwbiy, November 27, 11
*y all tho people
I Prayer In Almighty God for all
to lmjilore bis forgiveness for
m misdohiga: to ask lho.se tilings dial an
• nnd
ol
..«utp.
f!, 1 ,','.
j" '
(il ic«l wiih'kindnesi
who need.
for ui
. nml in grateful recognition of thews bless
lire gentle band of clmrilv,
sand lithium sympathy, to ail
In TcMtmony Whereof, I, John Hiinn
Governor of Delaware, have here
my band nml c
State
set
■d the Great Seal of tho
• Imreto alllxed tills cloven th
IL. S.] day of November, iu the year of
one thousand nine bundled nnd two, and
of tlm Independence of the United Hbitea
of America tlie one hundred and twenty*
seventh.
JOHN UINN,
By the Governor:
Caleb It. Layton,
Secretary of state.

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