Chester Daily Times

September 14, 1876

Issue date: Thursday, September 14, 1876
Pages available: 4
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Pages 1 - 4 of the Chester Daily Times September 14, 1876.

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Chester Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 14, 1876, Chester, Pennsylvania Kbesier SEPTEMBER PRICE ONE WILMINGTON BALTIMORE TIME AUGUST Trains frofu Philadelphia will leave ilepotcnrncr of BroiiJ street aud w Rslm avenue as follows FiftyKghthBtrc Ifipm lu M G 11 15 p Ill 30 5 5 9 16 P 8 am 12 2 ClVo U ISp Da Iu20a 12 3W 530 6 9 46 ID 30 3 iO 6 IS p S 9 JO30 a 5 t 16 6 11 15 p Norwood 1031 430 t 11 15 p Moortsg 6 15 Ridley in 30 a 2 115 fi II 15 11 iO p Drum 8 5 B G 411 UN 1030 1230 2 Chester 8 9 10 30 a 12 f 2 3 9 U 8 10 4 R 3 C K it 15 11 15 p Triiliir 8 30 a 945 p 5 3 5 11 30 D 103 3 4 S Kilge 9 10 30 n Ii 1030 1216 11 Newport 3U p Havredo 73i rerrymRiisvt Magnolia 7 30 3 p in Run 730a 4 7 30 in 12 On nccount of the of trains leav Bultmiuie by city five minutes earlier than 8 Trainsfor Philadelphia ill leave as follows 8 4S p 1U 52 4 6 9 1101 4 8 Wilmingt 5 6 7 R S H 45 am 12 720 9 11 U p 648 5 p DELAWARE Trains from riiilnrttl It i will as IVr FtationB on Delaware Division rnd 8 lOa Harriimton iind connecting at Cluy ton 1or Smyrna and Knt County Bailrnmi at ToWDStnd with Qmxn mid Kent for all G15 p 810 5 30 SUNDAY No trains will be run ou Sunday nxcept ihoso named below Trains from Pliiiad Iplii i will leave as for Lumokiu and intnw 1 p Wilmington and way 8 3D 945 Bftltimnrietonpinii HI pi ncipnl Btitio 11 30 p TruiiR ror PhitndelpliH vi I Utixve from Iiniokin iinrt iiiiitniuitjiic Ktntionc 915 Btorpins way S 10 i 5 fi 3 p in rri KKN Surprint MERCHANT AKC11 t CHICKKV CHESTER DAILY IMPORTKBS OF Tin and Roofing Plates KOK BRASS AND BAILEY Fur lliu ClKhier Daily IK1TKK FROM upon and affords a delightful KOJtT This old Spanish which once borti Twelfth and Chestnut DIAMONDS ARNOLD 710 Chestnut OF GAS CONNELLY Printing Ink 512 Pine SCHOOL Chester River TIME LEARYSOLD FIFTH AND FIFTH AND FIFTH AND CSTABLISHEO A M 950 South Chcstc 10 U 1U lU 1016 1131 113SI 11 4 P M 112 i 321 32 r ii Passenger trains run mi the Chester Delaware River daily exempted BS follows SOUTHWARD A M fnS GO 4 Piiin filJ 631 3 MM 34u 501 509 514 a 19 526 C3I 1019 1159 349 529 Suuili Koachd AM 635 i S fi S I 7 00 AM 10 2U 10 3S 04O in i5 OOX Q M 1213 12 III 215 12 0 1125 r 11 545 400 41 filO 60S tilO 7 M 1049 1229 419 914 On Siitnrdnys tha traina will run hourly from 5 p until 10 Philadelphia Baltimore Central Trains run follows Leave Pliiliidelphifrom the deptof rhilndel Wilniingtou Baltimore and itvenne Fnr Kor Oxf til at 7 and G 45 pm Satnroaysand Wednesdays only 1130 leavina nt 7 am connects Port with trnin tor at nm and 4 p m nr Oxford with 430 pni At ChadpB Ford with Wilmingttn Rending for Philadelpiiii leave Port 7 a m Jind 4 25 nm Oxford at fi 0 10 45 and Chftdds Ford 7 2S anrt 9 24 a 4 33 Kiid G4U P m TuBOays and only 12 20 v On trati Philadelphia 8 30 a ra tor and at 3 15 p CiiddV ioil at 4 1pm for Philadelphia and all H KM BY WOOD General Isaac Williams anil Dealers in HOUSE FURNISHING T28 Market Continued from yesterdays on the east bank of the contains a small and a post and is thirtyfive miles from Thislittle fortyfive miles from on the east side of the is the of an ancienv Knarijcl of which but few vestiges remains The Franciscan some two centuries ago erected a mag nificent church and also monasteries for the use of their At that time this place was the main supply depot for all the Spanish plantations located near this and such products raised by them were shipped from this point to Augustine On the west oppo site may yet be soeit the remains of an ancient military fort thrown up by the containing the depot of the Augustine is situated on the east bank of the liftythree miles from It is but fifteen miles from and the trains connect herewith the riven Steam power and new ears have been on this road two years Street cars were formerly We will not pro ceed up the river any further until we cross over to Augustine and give the details of this ancient beyond all is the oldest city on the continent of North having been founded in 15G5 fortythree years before the settlement of and fifty five years before the arrival of the Mayflow er at Plymouth During the Revolu tionary War it was occupied as a garrison for British and before the termina tion of our late little it changed ownership at least three different It contains nearly four thousand regular mostly Spanish or Mi norcAit vaie or and in historical point of view may be regarded as one of the mot important localities tllat the tourist can The shape of the is that of an oblong parallelogram traversed longitudinally by two principal streets which are intersected at right antrles by cross On the east of the city is the known as the tanxas about eight fathoms and separated from the Atlantic ocean by Anas tasia Island a narrow tract of land about ourteen miles The street of Au ustinu are unusually The build ngs are generally built of a con retion of fragments of Many of liesc with their high roofs and dor mer have hanging balconies along lieir second that almost touch each ther across the Of iate citi ens removing from the Worth have erected uihlings in modern making a decided STear the centre of the city may je seen the grand in which stands a eighteen feet which was rected in to commemorate the short ived constitutional form of government in It bears the inscription of Plaza de la j the name of San was commenced in and atands upon the sea the upper end of the It is built almost wholly of coquina quarried on tasia and was constructed ou the principles established by The walls are twentyone feet with bastions at each The principal entrance is by a over which is carved the Spanish coat of surmounted by a globe and and a lamb Immedi ately beneath the coat of arms is the in scription en lispana el Sen Don Fer Sexto y Siendo y De esa led san agun de la Florida y proia el mariscal de Don Ferndo Heredo asi conclui este Castillo el an Dirigiendo las abrasel Cap Don Pedro de brozas y Which being translated in English is as follows Don Fernando being King of Spain he field marshal Don Fernandt governor and captain of the city o San Augustine de la Florida and its provin finished this castle in the year 17fG tht captain of engineers Don Pedro De Brozas superintending the On the northern casement opposite en trance is an old ancient Catholic th altar stone of which is yet Un derneath the bastions are subterranean cell once for confining in whic strong iron cages containing human skele tons have been one of which is now preserved at the Smithsonian Institute at1 There are now seventy two Indian prisoners in the fort under the charge of Captain Pratt and Fox of A large volume would hardly contain a full description of that ancient Your Chester To be TIIK Our citizens who visit the Centennial complain very much of the great crowd of people It ts al most impossible to get anywhere near any object you may wish to look and a very ifficult matter to get on the train when you ish to get Everybody wanting to ct home about the same a general tampedo is made for the and unless a ersou is over smart he may have to ride tome on some ones It is estimated that more than seventyfive housand paying admission were received On the sight of the ruins late made bj new brick buildings are beingcrect It is predicted that a vast crowd will be in attendance from now until the And1 by some it is thought the time of closing will be ORVIL The GOIIDOIV fc Wellknown fino of tnrions constantly on f r ft HODCM imih Peliiwure TESSUP fc PAPEB MANUFACTURERS AUOUSTINB MLLS CUKSTR V 27 North Sixth and U8 William New to order srd OopperpUte Mid weigbt LiIiogrnph Jo Super CufendTrd do lints do do in rolls xnd rtjims 8nvplen sent vipon Jewelry The is faced ancient Catholic Brother Up in the A despatch from Louis rumor which circulated on the streets of Louis last night that Orvil brother of the had leen arrested in a condition of beastly proves today a At just about Special Officer Von Magge and a brother patrolman wheeled the Presidents brother up to the Four Courts in a and dumped him out at the main They had found they lying in a vacant lot near the Union When dumped Orvil was still in a semiconscious and unable to stand on his carried into Cap tain Burgess where he was relieved of his including a large number of documents from Washington and the Indian and was then carried down to the and thrown into cell along with some half dozen other So far he had escaped but an inspection of his letters and papers soon es tablished his Orvil presented a sight He was not yet quite sober enough to realixe fully the shame of his but he was and His clothes were his head bruised and and his general appearance He staggered along the hallway and gave a nodof recognition to Bohle as he passed into the office to register his name in the property Silently he wrote out the Then he re Till IXtOMK O over nor TilUeuH Forthcoming Attitwer to the Charge of The longexpected defense of Governor Tilden in the fradulent income return alle gations is nearly and will prob ably be given in full for publication a few Much speculation has been in dulged in as to its both parties garding it as of vital importance in fore shadowing the result on election day bnt the Governor has wisely kept his own coun sel and speculation alone lias hitherto re vealed the The however is authorized to announce the information not wholly connected with the Republican par but entirely that the following is the line of defense advanced by Governor Tilden In the period of the alleged false his two Henry and Moses lately were in the chemical manufacturing busi ness in but financially embarrassed to suclx a degree that ruin was unless prompt and ample relief came to In this Tilden advanced at different dates large sums of amounting to several hundred thousand dollars out of his or nearly aU or which was he left his income at the figure given in his sworn and this is the defense to the charge of The document when published of be more volumi but it is believed that the essential points are embraced TlTTROUGHT IROX HAILINGS FOR BHiDOKS CKMETEBT unrt notjntr Iron Wire Wire Irn Wirewoyk with by tho 1020 Arch rpHK CORXKK BROAD AND LOCCST B1RDSKTK OF THK C1TT And snrroiui1iiiR conntrr from ihf em of thr n A M t M MCCARTY SUCCESSORS TO MCCARTY Wholesale Agent B fort lie Elgin and Springfield WATCa COMPANIES f Goid and Silver Watch 131 SOUTH SECOND PriceLnX of Wafchta tent to the 1 lurch or rather the old jrovern aent tho Catholic the Episcopal and other fine ill of which are objects of The Catholic cathedral was commenced in 179SJ ind is surmounted by a unique belfry made in the form of a section of a bellshaped which holds four in separate That with the clock exhibits the shape of a These bells are rang every One of them bears the inscrip tion Sante Joseph Ora pro nobis The floors of the church inside are con the ceilings and the building contains several fine old paintings brought frotsi Augustine Kishnp of officiates at the A very hirav proportion of the residents of Augustine are of the Roman Catholic There Bap tist and Methodist each of which has a The Palace of the old Government House n Spanish times is now occupied by the Court and Post The Bar occupy what once was known as the old Spanish One of the con vents is a very old and has been occupied by the Sisters of Charity for many The other is a tasteful of In the military burring irround may IH im thno buiit of and Iwneath which rests the bod ies of Major and his com priKiiijf one hundred and rank and wlte were massacred by the Indians du rintr the Seminoie The Huguenot cemetery is also well wor thy of a THK SKA nearly a mile is bnilt of with a copintr of solid This structure protects the entire ocean front of the It was built in to pre ceived back his gold wateh and other valu ables and left in company with It seems that in the afternoon Orvil Grant had been drinking with friends at the Lin dell where he had arrived some time but had not At about 5 oclock he slipped away and when heard from at the hotel had been ar KXIT THK The Performers at the their Antics SeizeU by I lie Ever since the Exhibition a dis graceful known as the has been conducted on Elm opposite the Main Complaint of it been made to Mayor with Cap Lieutenant Miller and a strong squad of made a raid on the place at oclock Tuesday just when the kicks and living statues had ex cited the greatest interest of an audience as depraved as the There were jumping over benches and crashing through but the police secured 26 including most of the performers and the nominal Charles who acted for one the actual pro Yesterday morning the twentysix had a hearing before Magistrate who committed King in default of and nineteen including nine in default of bail The remaining six men each furnished the required bail for their appearance at London The defense of on the are fast approaching Heavy guns are being continually shipped from Wool wich arsenal and Tilbury and other forte are armed with five ton throwing pro jectiles of COO Shormeade Forband Coal House Point render the river impregnable through their cross fire mit even lower down an enemys fleet first have to run the gauntlet of Garrison the Isle of Grain and Shoc Most of the Gov ernment relies on the safety of London on the new torpedo which has been elaborated with great secrecy and at an enor mous An excellent of teaching cooking has just been adopted at the Watford schools in A kitchen has been erected in he playground at a cost of about fur nished with utensils all within the reach of working and are given twice a week to a select number of the pu A dinner is to which the the the cleaners and as many of the children as are needed to furnish the table all sit each child who dines pay ing The cost of the dinner limited to William alias William of West was arrested by Speci al Officer Crawford last night at Twentyfourth and avenue with a bay worth about wliich he wanted to sell for and finally for He told Alderman at the Central that he was a but papers found in his pocket proved him to be a stableman from West He washeld in bail for afur ther hearing on Hew If you dont know how it is remem ler the following Turn Crotchet one Thread Crotchet eight double stitches in big Crotchet two single Thread Crotchet one double stitch in first Two singles Thread One double stitch in the Turn work Crotchet two double stitches in first One single Thread Three double stitches in next Three single stitches put in second Draw through and turn Charles OConor thinks the surrender of Tweed would le rn act of comity between nations which is not at all He does not know whether or not New York could have asked his as that was question of State rights not yet One thing was vigor of the prosecution wonld not be and he thought Tweed wonld try to It was inferred OConor wonld not object to an arrangement by which Tweed could make what restitution was and regain his All discussion of The ever raised in the United States was erected By the Be publicans of the Fourth on Saturday The pole is 225 feet in height alwve the and the stream er floats 200 feet above the The flag is 20x40 and the flag pulley is 182 feet ent the encroachment of the and is j this could be but mere wide eiKJugh for two persons to walk abreast First catch your FiNGEns Porter residing on Apple South had three fingers of hw left hand taken off by circular saw while en gaged in sawing wood at the and wood yard of He was to his home where Weat amputated the stamps of the mutilated ;