Chester Daily Times

September 13, 1876

Issue date: Wednesday, September 13, 1876
Pages available: 4
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Pages 1 - 4 of the Chester Daily Times September 13, 1876.

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Chester Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1876, Chester, Pennsylvania SEPTEMBER PRICE ONE BAILEY WILMINGTON BALTIMORE TIME AUGUST Trains from Philadelphia will leave depot corner of Bron I Htreet mill w aslm xtm avenue lu follows FHtyBghth 9 30 a 12 2 3 5 6 5 9 1 10 p in 103Ju i 6 15 1H30 230 5 109 u 111 II Da It 3 930 i 45 946 11 16 Sharon IDf a 3 3 10 5 15 1030 a 12 5 6 9 15 p Norwood 230 430 Moores a lu 3 Ridley SO a 12 5 8 tl IS II 11 iO p riuu 1030 530 t li 4V 11 p S 1030 123 5 8 S 15 945 1 IS c S 30 12 2 3 4 5 9 11 810 O3i v 3 6 9 11 15 p 1 t 30 G 11 0 p 10 3 a 6 94S 5 11 30 p 4 5 948 11 30 4 B 45 p in Beige 10 3 9 44 p m 1030 a in 1215 5 M 30 p Newport 30 it 530 p 730 Princirio 7 3fi H Havredc 73i 12 113 Kdgew am Siciunii d Ituii 7 11 4 m 12 11 30 p On Recount or the of trains leave Biiltimuru ty city fne minuies earlier than statd bfiiow Trains for Philadelphia ill leave follows 8 930 n 7 45 p HavredeGrac 12 623 9i2 1101 4 1002 7 S 720 9 A Up 8 6S 7 7 0 DELAWARE Trains from rin I Ill H vvill ae tations on Pulawarci Division mil all 8 10 a 32 15 p Harrington mid wnti connPctittK at Clay ton tor Snnrim Knit mid it TowDRend with Qncin A and Kent for nil station 6 IS D and Way siitti in S 10 515 11 t SUNDAY No trains will be run on Sunday except hoso nunicd below TruiiiB from PliilaiKAnlii t will leave SIB follows for Laninkin and iimrou 1 Wilininpftm 9 45 siOTpiiiv nT pr iiipul stitio 1130pm Truins rur IMiilailelpliii I leave 1rom Iiniokiii mid inifMicriintc station sttrpiig way S 1C 5 631 pin ni 7 p Twelfth and Chestnut DIAMONDS CHESTER DAILY For the Chester Daily FKOM CONNELLY Printing Ink 512 Pine SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL LEAPT SOLD FIFTH AND FIFTH AND FIFTH AND Continued from yesterdays IS Grand John Niclioils Kvaus Eiiza Stickhey Tliu Flurida and published by Mawboy office on Hay between Hogan and Laura daily weekly per Republican in The Florida and triweekly Sawyer publishers office in Ross on Kay street triweekly weekly Neutral in Pretfx McCallum Democrat in The Florida editor Walton Issued at the Union office at per The literary published by Blew in Ross TllE IMiOFESSION is represented by EmSl Bald Columbus Superint Chester Delaware River TIME Piissenger trains run on the Chester Delaware Biver daily excepted MS AM A A M Cos 9 SO 113 954 1131 fi 14 9fl9 1130 1C 14 1144 EM 11 49 3 Si B31 1016 llfl 345 Putin South Chuste p M t 2 P M 500 504 S09 514 519 526 Isaac Williams Importers and DtHlers in HOUSE FURNISHING 728 Market 634 1019 1159 349 529 Lr Sou Hi AM 6 R i fiRS TOO AM 11 W It 23 10 3 t 1035 M 45 OON Q M 120 350 12U3 3 S3 12 II 4 TO 12 VD 1225 41D 4 IS T M 545 543 S5S 10 i 10 704 1229 419 9 U Oil Siitiinhiys llio trains will rim hourly until 111 p Philadelphia Baltimore Central Triune run MIows Leiivc Ptiilnriophi from the dep1 of the Philailnl Wilmington IJiiltimoro tVaHhiiistciii Hvenin For Port iposit 7n 430 p For Oxi rd at 7 n V mill 645pm Satnrdajsaad Wednesdays only 1 30 p Train Icavine Pliihiiitlphin at 7 a m connects at Port Depohit train lor Bultimoe at 7am and 430 pin at Oxlnri with Kailnad at 4 30 ftt Chadds Ford with Wilmington Bending Trains for Philadelphia Pot Dcponit ft nnd425tim OxforilaiG 0 1045 and Chadds Ford a7 2i 9 24 a m 4 35 and m Tuesdays and KriiUjsonly R 1220 P On Sundays tram es Philadelphia at 830 am for Oxford and all iiiierniediate stauoiis leave Oxfnl at 3 is Cbnddc at 4 1 pmfor and all intenneninte HEWKY WOOD General TyTABKlBA GORION Wellknown SUB Madeira l 12S ontli Delaware fc PAPKR MANUFACTDRIBS AUGUSTINE ROWLAND CUESLKU 27 North Sixth and 1J8 William New to order and hftye in More standard aiztsaTid Liiingrnpli do jo Super do do Hixk lints do do Newspaper in rolls reams Samples npon IT JRON FOB Rink and nnntcr W fought Iron and Wire Wire Irw Beadsfta Wirework Cntaloanea with information the ft 1020 Arch MCCARTY SUCCKfSOKS TO MCCARTY Wholesale Agents for tho Elgin and Springfield WATCH COMPANIES Manufacturers of Gold and Silver Watch Cases 131 NORTH SECOMI PriceList of Anurican Watches Font to AJRNOLD Go MEMHEKS OF THK DAK are Cooper Forbes Em Fleming Iv Ives McDoiniull Iattisoii Bcttilhiis Cafe Booths Metropolitan 10 billiard Jainos 7 billiard jonxs the city of Jacksonville by one of the many steamers that ply daily up and down the The tourist may very nat urally expect any amount of or over 150 miles this beautiful river has 11 average width of inoro than a mile and It obtains its source from the p rings and swamps of the pbnmsulaUaiid jvcntually discharges itself into the brdaid carrying a larger volume of vatcr than the Rio which is nilus In some places it displays a viclth of nor does it at any point to less than a mile in width below iake The banks of the Johns river are in leed an attraction to the invalid who conies o Florida in search of And it may je questioned whether more beautiful or va ried can he found in any part of Mirope than is met with hereThousands if northern visitors may be found in towiiH ind villages upon its banks every ind each succeeding year adds to its iiuni in the conclude to icquire a permanent location from the fact that the delicious climate securesto them i uninterrupted UBRRY GKOVE is tho first landing made after leaving Jackr twelve miles upon the west bank of the It is a charming local ami being easy of access will be found a capital resort for those of our friends fond of picnic MANDARIN is a small located on the east fifteen milts from and is one of the oldest settlements in the It now contains some three hundred inhabi lias several stores and fine orange Augustine the Catholic Bishop of has recently es tablished a convent which is occupied by the Sisters of A pretty little Catholic church has also been built Northern visitors are attracted here because of the wellknown Harriet Beecher who has purchased some forty acres and receives hur friends in a little brown near the shore end of the steam 1xat point of land on the between Jackson ville and Black a small navigable empties into the river near this and serves to float down large rafts of pine lumber bound for Jacksonville The banks of the river hero are at times literally covered with OKEKN COVK This beautiful place of winter resort is generally conceded to be one of tho finest in the land of some thirty miles from upon the west bank of It is fast acquiring a popularity will be known One of the greatest attractions here is the springs from which the place takes its The water is as clear as crystal and strongly impregnated with sulphur that at first is rather but eventually becomes The temperature of the water is about seventyfive and it is said to be remarkable for its medical properties for many Directly adjoining the spring is the Clar cndou kept by Harris where hot and cold baths may be tho water being conveyed from the spring to the hotel in The swimming baths aro well as they deserve to no pains or expense being spared to koep them clean and There are separate rooms for ladies and The hotel is kept in the very best is and airy well ventilated in wariu and judiciously heated in It accom modates sevent3five and commands a fine view of tho The Union House has accommodation for seventyfive or eighty Its location is one of the finest on the The scen ery at this place is remarkable for its fine and visitors are by no means chary of their loud voice of There are plenty of good boarding houses here where accommodations can be and may well believe that this now of will grow into a town of much To be Canned corn beef is a Chicago Modern dresses for ladies are trimmed with Tom Allen has twice abandoned the ring for This blarsted country dont en courugo the manlyart you Elaborate and wide fringes aro all the rage for ladies This store to rent at half is now the way it is done in Signs of public reap pearance of last winters done Braids aro coming into fashion us trim this The average daily attendance at the Cen tennial is about forty American knitting the prizes in European Henry Wise died in The Sixtysecond anniversary ofthe Battle of North Point was celebrated in Baltimore According to the registry just completed there are taxables in the city of reward has been offered for the lTn on the Sfcw York 1 our Me u Badly In At halfpast 6 oclosk yesterday morning Engine drawing a freight train on the Pennsylvania when near Torres struck some throwing under the cars of the eastbound Washington night and slipping the trucks from under some of the passenger curs and three of the freight The following named occu pants of the passenger train were injured Clement the mail hurt about the head and also hurt Tie was taken to the convent near llis injuries are considered through baggage badly hurt in the groin and hip mail bruised about the body and badly cut in the forehead Captain sleeping car bruised about the It required live or six hours for a large gang of men to reopen the bank An Englishman has invented a folding boat which is made of stretched on iron similar to those of an A movement was set on foot on foot yester day in Harrisburg looking to the reeiiact ment of the local option law by the next Terry dissolved his operating column on the Every one is delight as it has been evident for some time that nothing could be accomplished in the As a preventive against the journals of San Francisco demand that the street cars of that city bo regularly fumi gated at the end of each A party of 300 good and 500 house all English visiting the Cen have been inducea to settle in Rich girls tenn Fninltforl 1Ziiiiks Tim OH nre Fnir and Will Ike The There is a great deal of talk of hard times and business yet the Frankford mills and manufactories are doing a fair Most of them are running five days a and sonic One or are only running four days in a the aver age is about The wages paid are not much less than those paid for several and altogether we have not so much cause for complaint as some would lead us to In this respect Frankford has been much worse off at other times than at The indica tions for a brisk fall and winter trade are CORNER BROADAXD LOCUST PUGH BIBDSKYB VIEW OF THK C1TT And nrrouti1iriK country from fbe em bmcicic fortv of S to 710 Chestnut MAXUFACTtKERS OF GAS MERCHANT 545 ARCH Jt 520 CHERRY OF Tin and Roofing Plates BRASS AXD is the next stopping twentythree from upon tho west bank of the It lirus of Into become a fash ionable resort for ami the commodious boarding house of Fleni ming will generally bo found filled to over flowing with happy and contented guest mostly from will be found the west twenty seven miles from It has a firstclass hotel and several cozy cottages at with for the use of where nady board fan be It will accommodate over 250 This is the most and aristocratic place in Flor It is situated in a very large grove of magnolia YOIST which is located near is the highest A Scene for n A little sou of residing near was badly gored by in enraged bull last His father tried o rescue but the bull kept him at bay until a large log appeared and took part in he diverting the bulls picked up the bleeding and insen but no bones were The child is now Colonel was very being a bank was met by one of his creditors with a How clo you Colonel Pretty You see I hold my own said the and mine to my Unfasbioned the recent wedding of the daughter ofthe chief of the Piate Indians with a young at Salt the bride was attired in a with oystershell and ate hearty at the wedding feast of fricasseed prairie Artemus Ward was on a slow California and he went to the conductor and sug gested that the cow catcher was on the wrong end of the said you will never overtake a you know but if youd put it on the other it might le for now there is notbin in the world to hinder a cow from walkin right in and bitin the folks Tho man with his lungtester who accom panies and makes an honest penny by tosline the wind of the came to grief at Torre A healthy farmers with a chest on him like an emigrants drew in a mouthful of the atmos wrapped a quarter section of his lips over the and An ex plosion first of the and then the and the professor was heard to as he gathered np the fragments of tinkling brMsmnd he been eating onions thats what made his Jbreath so where steady employment is i A novel suicide comes from A man put a dynamite cartridge in his month and applied a lighted match to The nejrt second his head and the upper part of his body were blown into a thousand In Paris there are nearly or public to say nothing of 180 music halls and 238 public where refresh ment of various degrees of alcoholic power may be obtained at exorbitant Taking the population of Paris in round numbers at there is one free fountain to every persons and one drinking shop to every Fadhlon White batiste is rarely the colored havijig the Open corsages will appear in evening toil Marty will be cut as low in the back as in the High chemisettes of tulle to worn with open Pockets form one of the important trim mings of a India cashmere is woin more than ever at the present The newest collars are called Braids promise to be the accepted trim mings for Wide braids in one or more rows more popular than narrow The narrow soutache braid is not Jdiscard ed when used it is put on in many lines to Fringe is the choice for edging garments trimmed with New fringes are elaborate and Ink sliadcs will predominate in gloves ior fall and wintr to match dark Old fashioned medium and neutral tints of1 gray and brown are also largely importedin Longwristed gloves of three and four but tons for gnerel Full dress requires gloves with from four buttons up to ten and Horseback riding is fashionable among the ladies at Worth is making blouse waists in wool goods for fall The habit polonaise resembles in cut a gentlemans Fashion for pointed even in fancy is on the Navey blue and cardinal the popular combination for the coming I Highlander to be worn with the navy blue and red toiletej have the foot navy the front and ankle striped bine and the lines being very fine arid from the to the knee The mixture of thread and silk is popu lar in both stockings and Creole just now in are nar row lines of silk on either a linen or batiste or as the are called in where they are largely are made to reach the and are composed sometimes of black or white some times of Swedish with like and again of ecru linen embroidered with Kid and buckskin which close ly fit the igure showing it off to are in preparation The kid ones are usually while the colored ones are embroidered in dead and bright silver and in ;