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GEMS iN VERSE.
Memories of Him.
of him
grow dim
At I st e
r such
There
About the place my ey
With sudden t
The mischief that he made ft
Tin 1 hand torn fro
•he
st hat
on the mat.
my ne
And leaves from Shakespet
Buch memories of him abound.
With tears and smiles I glance around
The littered
But
Of his de
Wherewith he climbed straight to my heart?
Bis mother's sweet geraniums, tossed
And tumbled, all their beauty lost.
And here an album out of place,
And there a sadly broken vase,
And where the sorrowing sunlight shines
The tousled morning glory vines.
rith his toys,
echoing with the noise
feet. Whore was the art
ii
10m, strew
Would he were hi re, with his sweet looks.
Ho might have all my dearest books
To tear in tatters—Shake
For just his lightest foot
For what is Shakespeare to the kiss
And clinging of the one I miss?
. all,
s fall,
pi'i
Frank L. Stanton.
Bave im
' than the
bpeak li s» than thou kn*
showt st ;
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WOMAN'S WORLD.
lA YOUNG CALIFORNIA WOMAN WHC
WEARS SHORT SKIRTS.
Well Known Women Who Play Milliards.
A Boon to Women—An Encounter With
a Placid Archduchess—Beatrice Harra
den In California—A Striking Contrast.
Womruua struggle for hygienic and
unartistie dress reform, which trespass
es well over the border lines of mascu
line attire, is a hard one and very
Blow of results. But sho can take cour
age from the fact that here and then
an earnest advocate of the cause crops
«p who is courageous enough to walk
the streets in short skirts and leggings,
fide horseback in a bloomer costume
and never mind the gibes which are
thrown at her from the passersby.
Miss McCormick, a successful young
artist of Pacific Grove, Cal., .s a reci nt
exampîo of this kind of fortitude. The
«hört skirt is a matter of convenience
to her, and she has adopted it for all
outdoor occasions. For fear of shocking
the villagers by her sudden change in
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dress, she began by making lier skirt?
just below her shoe tops and shortening
them ;i half inch every day until now
they barely reach the knee. Her cos
tumes are made by a San Francisco tai j
lor and are said to be very chic and lie- !
coming. One is of gray corduroy, with
skirt to the knees, and corduroy leg- :
gings fastened all the way up with
leather straps and buckles.
The coat is made long and worn over j
a waistcoat of the same, double breast- I
ed. A dainty shirt and an Ascot tie give |
it the finishing touch. A more dressy 1
suit is of white corduroy. For long
tramps, when she is on sketching tours. 1
she has a suit of English serge, with
russet leggings ami a leather belt. Miss ,
McCormick is at present engaged in
painting horses in the corral just out- j
side the hotel grounds of Del Monte.—- j
Jîew York Sun.
GODEY'S MAGAZINE.
(Established 1830.)
Volume CXXX Begins Janu
ary, 1895.
During 1895 Godey's Magazine will
contain:
A series of articles entitled
ii
FAIR WOMEN,"
which will contain half-tone pic
tures of the most beautiful women
of the world—of America, Eng
land, France, Austria, Spain, and
other countries.
A series of articles on
WOMEN ARTISTS
OF THE DAY
and their work, beautifully illus
trated.
THE FAMOUS
WOMEN SERIES,
in which will be described the fa'
mous women of the world, par
ticularly those who have made
history.
There will also be illustrated
articles on Art and Travel;
Sketches, Short Stories, Serials,
Poetry, Book Review 1 , et**., etc.
THE FASHION
DEPARTMENT
which for \ears lias given the lat
est fads and fashions, is of parti
cular interest to women.
Godey's is distinctly a woman's
magazine, yet 'ts features are such
as to appeal to all members of the
family, and the low price brings
it within the reach ol all.
Subscriptions Sl.OOa year.
Ten Cents a Number.
Send three two-cent stamps to
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RAILROAD TIME-TABLES.
PENNSY' VANIA RAIL
ROAD.
The Standard Railway of America.
Protected Throughout by the
Interlocking Switch and Block
Signal System.
Phila., Wilmington & Salto. R. R.
IN EFFECT JUNE Oru, 1895.
Trains leave Wilmington as follows,
For Philadelphia, «express), 1.57, 5.55, 4.50
7.45. 7.50. S.50, 8.55. 0 8. 10.05. 10.16,
11 25. 11 58. 11.45 A. M. Sl2.1<i, 1.37, 8.05, 5.04.
5.10, 5.50. ?.l7. 9.06 and 9.15 1'. M.
Accommodation, 6.00.7.00. 8X6. 10,48 A.M. 12.Î3
2.55. 3.40, 5.15, T.lCand 10.35 P. M.
For Chester (express), 1.57,4.50, 0.30,7.45. 7.50,
8.50, 8.55, lo.i.5. 11.55. 11 45, A. M., 1.37, 3.05, 5.04,
5.56,7.07, audt.tNP. M.
Accommodation, O.oo, 7
A. M., 12.38,
P. M.
For New York, 1.57, 5.55, 4.50. 6 3o, 7.'»c, 8.50,
9.43, 10.05, 11.45 A.
3.0.5, 5.04,5.10,5.56, 7.07. 9.12 and 10.35 1'. M.
For Boston without change lo.löA.M. and
5.56 P. M.
For the booth—bouthern Railway Express.
741 P. M.. bleepers to Memphis
and New Orleans.
For West Chester, via Lamokln, 6.30 A. M.,3.4o
1 For*Newark « entre and intermediate stations,
7 38 A. M. and 6.33 P. M.
Baltimore and
lu.19. and 11.00 A. M., 15.04, 1*.
4.54, 5.53. '«.O"», 6.58, 7.41,
15.54 night.
Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 5.47, 4.43
6.08. and 11.54 P. M.
Leave Philadelphia. Broad street, for Wilming
ton (express), 3.5o, 7.5o, 7.55, 8.31, 10 50, 11.18,
11.38 A M ,*12.3*.I.15.5,(2.3 10,4.01.4.41. 5.08.5 3.',
5.59, 6.17, 6.55, 7.40, 11.10, 11.16 P. M. and 12.05
Accommodations. G 2o, 7.33.9 10 .10 35. A.M. 1.23,
3.(3, 4.03. 4.37, 6.2 t. 8.38, 15.03, and 11.38 P. M.
b 31
, 8.06, 10.48, 11.58 I
55, 3.4o. 5.15, 7.40, and 10.35 j
!
M. slîi.ld,
1.37,
Washington, 4.38, 8.ol, 9.11,
22 ii.ll, 1.5o,
8 5o P, M., and
SUNDAY TRAINS.
For Philadelphia (express) 1.87, 3.55,4.2o, 8.5o,
8.55. 9 43, lo.oS, 11.45 A. M., 1.37, 3.o5, 5.o4,
5.50, 7.07, 7.35,11.(11 and 9.13 U. M.
Accommodation, 7.00, 8.to A. M., 12.10, 1.4U,
4.05, 5 15, aud 10.35 B. M.
For cliest« 1 (express) 1.57. 4 go, 8.5o, 8.55, to.€5
11.45. A. M. 1.37, 3.05,5.04. 5.56, 7...7,ttU(i 9.U6P. M.
, 8.I0, A. M., 13.10, 1.4(1,
Accommodat ion. 7.
4.05. 5.15, 7/25, and lo.3ô 1' M.
For New York 1.57, 2.?5,
8 . 50 , 9.43. lo.ee;, H.45 A. M.,
7. 9.12. and 10.35 I' M.
For Boston, without change, 5-56* !*■ M.
For the south— southern Railway Express.
7.41 I'. M.. Sleepers to Memphis,
and New Orleans.
For Westchester, via Lamokln, 8.55 A. M. and
4.15 P- M.
Baltimore and Washington. 4.8 ol. loin a
M., 12.o4, 12.22. 1.50 5.28, *0.05, 7.41, 8.2
4.2n,
1.37
3.05,
5 04,5
4.0
P. M. and 12.54 Night
Baltimore and intermediate stations, 6.08,
and 11 54 P.M.,
Leave Philadelphia, Broad Street, for Wil
li 18. 11.38 A.
35. 11.10, ll.]6
mtngton (express) 3 5o. 7.
M . 1.12 4.41. 5.08. 6.55. 7.4
P M. nnd 12.05 night,
Accommodation, 8 85,9.10, 10.35 A. M., 12.30,
2.o5, 6 10, 8.3s, lo.oSand ll.38 p. M.
DELAWARE DIVISION.
castle, 8.13, U.15A. M., 3.50, 4.30, 6.15,
6.53, 9.51 F. M., ano 13.10 nicht.
For Lewes, 8.13 A. M., 4.37 P. M.
For Ne
Express for Dover. Harrington and Delmar,
8.13. 11.03 A. M.. 4.27 P. M., and 12.01 Night.
Harrington, and way stations only. 2. 50 P.M.
Express for Wyoming 0.53 P. M.
Express for Cape < 'hA'les, ( tld Point Comfort,
and Norfolk, 11.C3 A M. and 12.ol night.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
For Now Castle,9.51P.M. 12.1o Night.
For Cape Charles, Old Point Comfort, and Nor
folk, 12.ol Night,
For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wyoming
Felton, Harrlngtoi Erldgevllle, seaford, Laurel,
and Delmar, 12.0I Night.
(•) Congressional Limited Express Trains,com
posed entirely u( Pullman Vestibule Parlor and
Dining Cars. ' No extra fare, other than the reg
ular Pullman charge. , . „ „
<s) Limited Express trains, composed of Pull
man Vestibule ParlorCars, Vestibule Passenger
Coaches, aud Dining Car. No extra fare.
Trains leave Wilmington. [French Street Sta
tlon] fov B and O. Junction. Moiitchauln. Win
ter t h u r. Guy enco u rt (iratiogue, Cosanrt, Chadd's
Ford Junction, Pocopson, West Chester. Em
SÄ'ft. S 'sundä?. S
A. M.. 1.55, 4.or. and 5 25 P. M. Sunday only at
8.06 A.M, 1.55,4.05 P. M.
For Waynesburg Junction, Springfield and in- !
termedtate stations, dally, except Sunday, ai
V« V \ JfJ .Ï'm M SUDaay 0üïy
- tæ
For further Information passengers are refer
red to the ticket agent at tue station.
J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
S. M. PREVOST,
Wilmington and Northern R. R.
TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT, May 16. 1894.
dlate stations, daily except Sunday,at
and 1.65 P M. Sunday only, at 8.09 A.M. und
1. 55 P. M.
Bow'nkks Brhh»
General Pass. Agent.
A.G.McCArSI.AND.
Superintendent.
FRUIT evaporator
I H U I I the ZIMMERMAN
■ " " W " The Ktaadard Naehia«
DIfereat size« amd prices. Illustrated Catalogue free.
TILE BLYMYAK IRON WORKS CO., UnvinnatL O.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLES.
IPJ
ll.
Schedule in effect May 13, ltws.
TRAINS LEAVE DELAWARE AVE, DEPOT
EAST BOUND
(a) Express Trains.
All trains illuminated with Plntscli Light
New York, week-days, a3.05. a7.30. as 30. a9 40
a 10 3ô a m : ai2.21, al 59, a3oo aft.32, a7.32. an'
p. m.
NKW YORK, Sunday
all 35a m . a3(6, a5.32,
PHILADELPHIA,
Nl'T STS,
»3.05, a7.,'!0, nil 40,
uT 32, all p. rn.
24T1I and
(T1EST
t'ek aays. a8.o5, 5.55. a.27. «7.1«
A asalKKiali.lii. alt.«, li.li. ail4.ia m -
LUI , 1.3 I. a 1.511. a3.no. 3.35, U6, an.33 ll 30, a7 Iffi!
0. 10. al 1 p. in.
lays.
ai:
Î
af
3.i n.
6.27. a7.30.
8 50, a9.40,
1.50, a5.32.
11.35 a.
.; 12.10, l.2o, a3.(6, 3
6.30, «7. 32. 8.20. 10. all p. in.
PHILADELPHIA 15th AND MARKET
STREETS week days. aa.05, a..3l, a8.3j a 10.35
а. m;a7 35, aiuopm
Sundays, a3.o5 a7.30,
an.00 p. m
CHESTER, week days. a3.05. 5.55. 6.57.
7 55. as.30. a9.al0.85, 11.10. all 45 a.m.
a 1.59, a3.lC, 3.55, 4.5, r
all p. in,
CHESTER, sundavs.
all.35 a
б. 30, a?.:
all.a'»
ar.35,
m.
7.30,
1.50;
5.35, 6.* , a
8 . 20 , 10 ,
3.05. 6.
5.10, 1.20, a.3.16, 3
, 10. all p m
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. week days. a7.30
a m. ai2 2l al 59 »3.06 p. m, Sundavs, a; 30
7.55 a ra,, a'J.0fl p m.
cape May week days,
Saturdays only) al 59 a3,0(
a7 »»A, M.
8.5n,
n :
4.55, a5 32,
17.30 ( 10.05 A. M.
. p ni. Sunday.
WEST ROUND.
BALTIMORE .v WASHINGTON, week da\s
1.3". 7.02, HS.47, all,' 5 a rn.; al2,55, U3.07 Sa g
03, as.35, so. '3,its 3o as 58 p, ni.
Sundays,at 30, 7.03, as,47 a. in.; al3.Vi, «309,
3.0.3. a4.03, aâ.3û uS.3o, aS.ôS p lu.
BALTIMORE aud way stations, 7.03 a.m. 303
p. m. daffy.
NEWARK. DEL. il 4.30. 7.f3. n8 47
atl.05a. in-; at2.5>. 3.03,a5.35, 7.35, as.30, as.58
ll.lilp m Sundays, at.30, 7.113, as 47 a m
al2V>, 3.03 »5.25, 7.3.5,11K.311. as .is, 11 10 p 111 '
PITTSBURG, v eek (lays, a8.47 a m. alt. 13 p m
Sundays, as 47 a in ; a.5.35 p in.
CHICAGO, 1US.47 a. in.
a4
p. m. dally.
CINCINNATI X ST. LOUIS. (113.55 p. in and
aS58 p m dally.
New Orleans. \
la Bristol nnd Cliattf nooga,
a8.3d p. m. dally. Through sleeper to New
Orleans
SINGEHLY ACCOMMODATION, 7. C3a.m.3.08,
7.35 and 11.10 p. m. dally
LANDEN HERD ACCOMMODATION, week
days. 7.02.10.30 a m, 1 52 und 5.25 p. m. Sundavs,
9. »5 a. m. 5.85 p. m.
TRAINS LEAVE MARKET STREET STATION
For New York, week days, aô.lô p. m
For Philadelphia week days, 6.10. all.30 am ;
3, a5.16, 9.45 p. m Sundays, 0. io a. m.; l.oo,
05.15, 9.45 p. in.
For Pittsburg and Chicago,
p. m.
For Baltimore.
I a lly.
week days, 6.56, a, m. 3,
Sundays 3, a5.l5 p. m
For Landenberg and way stations, week davs,
6.50. 10.25 a. m, 2.03, 5.15 p. m. Sundays, 9.25 am.
5.15 p. in.
LEA V E PHI LADELPll IA 24th and OIIKSTNDT
STS.. FOR WILMINGTON.
Week days. afl. 10. 6. 7.15. a8.15.
a. m.. 12.20, al. 10. at.86.
a4.49. a5.15, a5.41 5.50 .J
11.3s p 111.
Sundays,n3.4o,6,a8.l5, 8.30 9.30,11.30a. m alt.20,
al.36. 2.00a3.30, 3.35, U4.15. a4.49, 6.31U7.43, a8.23,
10.10 and 11.as p. m.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA (TWELFTH AND
MARKET STREET.*»).
Week days. a3.20. a7.55. alO.lG a. ni.; »7.27
p. in. Sundays, a3.20,
Telephone. No. 193.
Kates to Western points lower than via any
other Une. C. O. SCULL, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
R. R. CAMPBELL, General Manager.
a5.ir>
a5.15p. 111.
Î0. ICO.33,11.30
2X0. a3.36, 3 35 a4.15.
•JO, a7.43.a8.2J, 10.10 and
. 5*) a. in. ; a7
p. m.
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