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POLITICS DISCUSSED WHILE THE SERVICES WERE GOING ON Robert J, Bernois» Talks — A Serien, Ae •Meat—Camden Camp the Ceatre of Attraetioa Yesterday--Folltlelaii» From Ail Over Kent Gather at the Grove » ïpectsl Owrespondenoe Kvwuia JotrKNA*. Dover, August 4.—Camden camp meeting's historic grove was the Mecca yesterday for everybody apparently within a radius of thirty or forty miles of the spot, and it is estimated that dur ing the day over 10,000 people were on the grounds. The National Camp Meeting Associa tion of the M. E. Church has entire eharge of affairs this year and all the details were somewhat different In ar rangement from the previous years. McDonald, president of the National Association, was on the ground in person and led the religious meetings yesterday. There are 180 tents or wooden in the up nearly Dr grove, which a hundred cottages sizes more than there has been for several years, and the aveuuee and streets are leiden* like a young city. In the centre where an open circle was wont to exist, all the people weuld gather and sit in the open air to listen to the preaching, there Is now erected an immense tabernacle, neatly roofed over and capable of seating 8,000 people. Dr. McDonald preached In the morning yesterday, Bishop Taylor In the after noon and Dr. Watson in the evening. In addition to these regular meetings there was a children's and young people's meet ing and an experience meeting, the latter developing Into a regular revival, some eight or ten persons being converted. |A11 the speakers of the National M. E. Asso ciation teach sanctification, second bles sing or holtneis, and the meetings and their teachings were run on this plan. They were all well attended, the taber nacle being crowded at each service. There was one bad accident on the grounds during the day, A 12-year-old orphan boy who 1 b being raised by Ches ter Baum, was kicked in the head by a colt and had bis skull fractured. Dr. Clements of Dover rendered medical aid, but it was feared last night the Injury wss fatal. Thus far what would cover all the notes of an ordina been given. But dinary ry camp meeting have Camden's camp is not one by any means, and it al an or ways has an annex that is larger and more interesting, at least to world lings, than the regular Institu tion Itself. This annex covers every square foot of ground from the circle to the ontslde of the grove and in it the meetings begin with early morn and only cease when the bell rings at night to close the outer gates. Politics hold sway In this theatre and politicians of all grades, parties and factions take part In the exercises. Yesterday men whom every body knew, were there from every section. Robert J. Reynolds, him self, the man about whom all Delaware Democrats are now talking, was there and all through the day he was a big centre of attraction. At the other end of the ground young Harry A. Richard son, whom ail the Republicans seem to have their optics focused on. held court, and flanking their figures, the political heavy and light weights of each party were "sowing the seed' with a vigor and earnestness that would have set, the camp "on fire" had it been applied in another direction under the tabernacle roof. James S. Wolcott and John F Salsbury were both there. C, 8. William Bon, old John Harrington, General R K Kenney, Daniel Rldgely, Robert Moore' 8tate Librarian Gooden, Dr. Pratt, Wil liam Fswler, F. M Dunn, |J. Frank Wilds, Uncle Joe Buchenal. Robert Stevenson. Senator Lewis,Renresentalive "Bob Davis, John Masten and William Davis, John H. Jones, T. J. Collins, J. C. Pennewill, Hon. N. B. Bmlthers, Ex Sheriff Truitt of Sussex, H. W. Cannon of the Sentinel, John W. Martin and Riley Melvin, both Republican candi dates for sheriff, W. George Postles. O. H. B. Day, and scores ol others of both parties were on the ground all day and did an immense amount of political labor. two < entre The Democratic State Convention, Is now but a week off, and its probable outcome was the principal topic and Kent county's status especially sized up. A careful canvass developed the fact that the Reynolds's Hues Strengthening in Kent and Roher*. J. will assuredly, if the surface indications are true, come up smiling on the 12th with a good working majority of Kent's delegates The rumors ' that had been floating around all week to the effect that the Reynolds men in the out lying hundreds were weakening disap peered wlen the leaders expressed their sentiments,and tLe geueraljopiniou of the Reynolds men was that their candidate would poll mere Democratic votes In Kent at the general election than any other candidate suggested. Bobert J. himself, in answer to *the Journal correspondent's query, replied : "Of course we expect to win. stronger to-day than we ever have been, and my friands assure me that our lines are growing stronger lu every hundred. Tes, I am in this fight to stay. 1 will not weaken under any consideration, and If nominated I will be elected." This was tha keynote that governed the Reynolds men, all over the ground. They were enthnslaatlc and sanguine. The selection of Hon. Thomas F. Bayard of Wilmington as a delegate to the con vention was canvassed considerably and Its meaning sized up. The fact was pretty generally accepted that the hon -• •• orable ex-Seeretary Is only human, and that he will likely here for an object, whether that object was harmouy " pure and simple or whether it meant Black or Wllli&mB there was a difference of opinions. But the thing seemed to be pretty generally agreed uponbv the Rey nold's. men; that is, if Mr. Bayard comes Lj. here with a candidate or attempts to • interfere with Kent county's ejwtce as expressed at the primaries next Saturday. Why instead of pouring oil on the troubled waters, he'll find himself & veritable fire brand. Men down here are mighty sensitive now. They Lave had a couple of cum paigns that have put them on nettles aud it will be rather dangerous to brush Kent's hair the wrong way In that con | vent ion. Postmaster John Satterfield took charge of the Dover office this morning * }|V •rtM We are come down As to INTIMATE WITH A COLORED WOMAN. Indignation Stirred Dp About th. Actlona of a toneg Married Man, Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Dover, Aug, 4.—Considerable indigna tion has been aroused in Dover by the fact— a pretty well authenticated one— that a certain young married man, who within a short time has become a widower, has been engaged in a iiasen with a negro woman, so openly that It has bee >me the talk of the town. It has been going on for months it is stated, and while the delicate wife lay dying here at home, the husband has been openly consorting with his dusky mistress. It is Baid that within a week he has gky* taken her to Chester or Philadelphia, 'payin? her expenses and traveling with her on a plane of eqnality that has shocked other passengers on the train. The woman in question is »s black as the hinges of Hades are supposed to be, with not an attractive feature about her, and the Infatuation of this young man is be yond comprehension here. To such an extent has (indignation been aroused that tar and feathers for both of them have been freely talked of. The respectability of his family alone saves the young man from severe handling and it also saves the publication of his name. The circum stances combined of his delicate, dying wife, hi« children, the respectability and refinement of all the rest of his family make the case so peculiarly offensive and heartless, as far as he and his black mis tress are concerned, that staid old Dover is worked up to the fever heat of Indig nation. The argument used by some that if Robert J. Reynolds would "only write a letter of withdrawal from the guberna torial field, he would make himself the most popular man In Delaware and arouse such a furore of admiration that the people would insist on forcing the nomination on him," recalls a little epi code in the political history of Kent that makes those acquainted with the particulars smile very broadly. A certain citizen of North Murderklil hundred, who has for years been prominent in county politics and who now holds a state office, in the fall of '80 got the Legislative bill in his bonnet, popular with a good following in his hundred and had a fighting chance for the nomination, but ha didn't exactly suit the slatemakers, who had another candidate in view. Accordingly he approached shortly before the primaries and induced to write a letter of with drawalwhich was published.The argument used on him was the same as that now thrown out for Mr. Reynolds's benefit. "You know that there is a fight in the hundreds," said his advisors, "but we are solidly for you. Now just write a letter withdrawing from the contest, in the interest of harmony, taffy it up a little and, man, when the delegates come here to the convention they will be nested and send you in with Well our friend wrote the letter and it was as nice a piece of composition as you The delegates were elected and came to Dover on the day of the con vention. The letter writer was also here and up to the last thought everything But another Then there was drawer" went to the delegates and took them to task, when he was coolly in formed that, "why, we thought you had withdrawn. " That was the end of it and the disappointed candidate saw how he had been led into a trap, aod he made the best of It. Bnt It has proven a lesson down here, and now you'll never get another man from either of the Murder kills to write a "nice letter of with drawal" under the plea of raising his popularity. A rumor got started somewhere this week that H. A, Riohaidson was contem plating withdrawing from the Republi can gubernatorial contest, but that rumor was decidedly illegitimate in birth. The young Dover candidate's candidacy has been in the hands of his friends from the start, and it's there yet. the field and occupies about seYen-aightbs of it, as far aB Keut couuty^is concerned. e was a rush. ever saw. minute he fixed. was man was nominated, a scene. The "wlth He Is in ATLA9 DEFEATS RED LION A Pile of Bnu aud Krrora Flatting and Crabbing Parties. Special Correspondence Evknino .1 ou usai. Dklawark City, Aug 2.—The Demo crats of Red Lion huncred held a meet ing at Cheairs's Hall, Delaware City, last night, and organized by »electing James Harman as chairman and James A. Mul ligan as secretary. The follewing per sons were nominated as delegates to the state convention, to be voted for at the election to be held on August 9 James A. Mulligan, W. W. Cbeairs, JameB Gar ni a*, James H. S. Gara and W. C. L. Carnagy. On motion the delegates were allewed to name their alternates. The following persons serve Committee for the coming two George N. Bright, E. Von Culin, James German, A. N. Sutton aud V/. C. L. Car nngv. After the meeting adjourned the newly appointed hundred Executive Committee met and organized by select ing James German a3 chairman and K. Von Culin as secretary, and adjourned to meet, at Rt. Georges on Tuesday even ing. The meeting was well attended and a general good feeling prevailed. Atlas Base'Ball Club defeated the Red Lion club on its grounds here to-day. A very large crowd witnessed the game in spite of the sweltering beat. The score was hs follows: Runs—Atlas 31, Red Lion 13 Hits—Atlas 26, Red Lien 5. Errors—Atlas 7, Red Lion 18. They will play the C. B. C. of New Castle on their grounds bets to day at 9 o'clock a. m. On Tuesday they will play the Wawaset club of this place. On Friday they will play a match game with the Kenton Base Ball Club at Woodland Beach, and on Saturday they will play the Middletown clnb at Middletown. Fred Sturgeon and a party of friends from Newport are enjoying the crabbing here to-day. They are registered at the Robinson House. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer and Mrs. Hulshizer and daughter of Philadelphia, who have been spending several weeks at the Delaware City Hotel, returned home on Saturday. Mrs. Etheiington and daughter. Miss Mary Etherington of Philadelphia are visiting Mrs. C. G. Ash. Lewis Justus of Kennedyville, Md. Is visiting Dr. F. S. Dunlap. Miss Anna Morris of Phuenixville, Pa., is the guest of Miss Annie Schunder. Presiding Elder Murray preached to a large congregation at the M. E. Church last evening. A baud composed of former members of the late Delaware City and Red Lion Cornet bands will accompany the excur sion of the Knights of the Golden Eagle to Lincoln Park on Thursday. were named to as a hundred Executive fears The ■lgullinanoe of Irish Nam e«. The prefixes "0''aud "Mao" before the names of Irishmen mean according to a great Irish scholar, Horn, of or descended from. Thus O'Brien means a descendant from Brian Boru, a great Irish chieftain Thus when this prefix is dropped the name is left without any special meaning or significance. Scotchmen who have the prefix "Mac" before their namee are de cendants of Irish or Celts, who conque- id Scotio. The French prefix ' 'de" means the an tV Am \ a „U v«™«, game as thase as is well known. Inquei. on Thome, Hill. An inquest on the body of Thomas Hill who died on Friday from injuries ceived at Seidels and Hastings Company works, was began at his late residence 607, Tataall street, at 10 o'clock yest.r day morning. The jury was sworn and adjourned until 8 o'clock this evening, wh.n they will re-assemble at the coro ner's office to hear the evidence. New Revenue Cutter. The new revenue ontter which is belrg bnilt at the Pusey and Jones Company's shipyard will be launched to-morrow. The name of the new vessel isWenonaand Is taken from th« town in Minnesota from which Secretary Windom comes. re RACES at hazel dell. a J heartburn, »oor «tomacli, montai depres id ,lon - otc • C4U8ed b * thi * Tcr >' common and the lucre "' ug du " se ' Hood * tones the stomach, croates au appetite, promotes healthy digestion, relieve, sick headache, clears the mind, and euros the most obstinate case* of dys pepsia- Read the following: •* I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little appetite, and what I did eat distressed mo, or did mo little good. In an hour after eating I would experience a faintness or tired, all-gono feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. Rood's Sarsaparilla did me an Immense amount of good. It gave mo an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experieueed. It relieved mo of that faint, tired, all-gone feeling: I have folt so much better sines I took flood's Sarsaparilla, that I am happy to recommend it.** Q. A. Fags, Watertown, Mass. N. B. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. £1; six for $5. Freparedonly by C. I. ROOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar^, Boms Pretty Contests on the Track There Saturday Afternoon.; The raid-summer races of the Hasel Dell Driving Association were held at Hazel Dell Park on Saturday afternoon. About 800 persons had assembled to witness them and the races were fairly good, tboagh the snn was blazing down on the rather heavy track. The races were well contested and spirited but the track was not in good enough condition to make them exciting. The following is a summary of the races: 8.80 CLASS, TKOTTBKH, ITBSS, *150. John Irons, citv, br m Nobody's Claim »S3 4SI 1 2 » E. I. Martin, city, br m Ellen W D. M. Ulrich, Newark, » g Mack J. McCoy, city b g Dude.3 1 1 Harry Htrode,Hazel Dell, br m Katrina.3 4 5 Time 3.01*4,3.01V4,3,0114. 3.45 class, purse. *800 : H. C. IIbhz, Hazel Dell,b g Civilian. 1 1 J. Green, W. 1>. P„ b » Administrator, Jr. . K. I. Martin. Hazel Dell, br n. Lucy_ 2 2 Time, 2.4414, 2.40H 3 MINUTE CLABB—PURSE, $150: M. A. J. Springer, city. ch g Frank 8. .1 3 5 *■ C. Hess, Hazel Dell, dun s Barry Lin den .2 1 1 J. Irons, city, b g Frank Anderion_ 5 5 8 J. Green. W. I).P.bm Andalusia.4 4 4 1) M- Ulrich, Newark, b m Lasts.3 2 2 Time. 2.RH14,2.5414, 2.54M 2.30 CLASS PACERB— PURBE, $300: H. Strode. Hazel Del), bs Rob Ridley.. * 2 James Green. W. D. P., brsSaladln. 1 1 Time, 2.4«, 2 40. 2 45 class— runs* $200. R. J. Morris»n, Ogleton, duns, May flower .. J. Irons, Hazel Doll, br m. Nellie Btraughn. E. I. Martin, Hazel Dell, blk g. Black Frank .;. Time, 2,6334,2 4634 . 2.27 class— purse $300. D. M. Ulrich, Newark, es. Cinnamon... 1 1 D. Green, W. I) P„ b g. Wild Boy. 2 3 M F. Hayden, city, b g, Harry Hayden 3 2 Time, 2.45)4, 2.4034. •The last race was contested very spiritedly, The officers of the race« were John D. Reeves, H. O. Mahaffy and T. D. Brown; clerk of the course, Harry T. Price, These races show what can be done at Hazel Dell, and many who at tended think better races will be had soon. .1 I .... 1 1 3 * 2 3 Exouriiton to Chicago. Tb« Baltimore end Ohio R. R. will sell ex curslon ticket» to Chicago and retnrn for all trains August 2d to8th Inclusive, valid ferre tnrn passage until August Uth Inclusive. The rate from Philadelphia. Wilmington, Balti more and Washington will bo $17.1X1 for the sound trip. Correspondingly low rates rll ether stations on B A O. line. Lots In the Lombardy Cemetery are being sold every day. Those wishing to purchase a# present prices should do bo atonco. A free conveyance wl.l leave the office of the com pany,No. «14 Market street.on Saturday after noon next at 3 p. m. for those wishing to see the cemetery with a view to purchasing lots. f rom IF YOU WANT a genuine surprise in the way of getting more than your money Is worth, buy a five cent cake of Rough on Dirt Family Soap. ITEMS OF INTERE8T *'Dtn any man ever klsa you before, dar ling!" "Hefe re-to-day? No. Edward, you are tlie first." And the recordlug angel did'nt need to drop a tear to blot mit the nb. for he was the first that had kissed her that day."—Philadelphia Times. Thousands of curse follow the use of Dr. Hage'e Catarrh Remedy. 50cents. "I UNCmnsTANn you are engaged to Miss Long?" "Yes; my first engagement." "Your first?" "Yes: I never smelled powder ue fore."'—Binghamton Leader. "Weak and weary," describes the con dition of many people debilitated by the warm weather, by disease or overwork. Hood's Sarsaparilla is jnst the medicine needed to build up and strengthen the body, purify and quicken the sluggish blood, aud restore the lost appetite. tTMoCALI "What's the matter, old man? tfiave you got) the blue«:"' Seaman "No, not now. I had $6 worth Uet, night, hut 1 got rid of them iiiivilty quick."—Yonkers States man. W* Caution All Against Them. The unprecedented moobu »nd merit of Ely*« Cream Halm a real cure fur catarrh, hty fever and cold in the head Las induced many adventurers te place catarrh medicines bearing ho me resemblance in apiiearuncn, style or name upon the market. In order to trade upon *he reputation or Ely T s Cream B»lm. I).>n't he deceived. Buy only Kly'a Oreem Bain*. Many in your Immediate locality will testify in littuhcst commendation •f it. A particle is applied into en ch nostril; no -pain; agreeable to use. Price 51# conte. Htout I'artTfto life Hav.ri"—"Youhavn waved my only child. What, can l do for you? Nam« yourrowaril." Hero (joyfully)-"Well If you Insist oa It, why thon just break in a now pair of shoes fur mo.'"—Texas Sittings. Dr. DkHardt's Pennyroyal Pills, are the only genuine pennyroyal pills made. At druggists and by mail, $1. Office, 208 N. Uth.St. Phila. Ladies beware of imitations. "While the «ream held« out to freeze The summen girl don't mind a squeeze." —New York Herald. MAKK1KD. HEARN—HEARN.—At No,413 East Third street, on Tuesday evening, JuJy S9. by the Hev. Liouls K. Barrett-Joun W. Hearn and Xdith M. Hearn, all of Wilmington. NPEI K EH M A N- M A DA U X. - At Salisbury, Md , on July 31. by the Rev. 8. VV. Relgart, Augustus 0.8peikermanof Baltimore and 8. Emma Madaux of Salisbury. DUSD. BEHRINGER.—In this city on July 81. Augusta, wif. of Chari*. C. B.nringer, aged 42 vears, CAHR In this city, on July 81, Franklin F. Carr, agrd 31 years. CLkRK80N.~On July 89, at Greeley, Col , George G. Clarkson, son of Alexander aud Mary Clarkson, In his 25th year. DOLTON.—In C.ntrevlll., Del .ontheîOth instant. Themas Dolton, in the 77th year of his age. HILL —In this city, on August 1, Thomas M. Illll. HUBLEY.-ln this city, on July 31. Dora, wife of John Hurley, aged 22 years. KERR—In this citv, on August 2, Florence R„ daughter of Robert and Matilda, Kerr, aged 5 months. MKGILLIOEN"On July 29, J. Herbert,son of James K. and Clara MegUligeu, sg.sl 4 years and 8 months. MILLIKIN.-On August!, John R„ infant son of John T. and Anna it Mllltkin, aged 3 months and 23 days Fanerai private. B1NCOCK.—In this Prince, son of Jennie J. Sliicook, aged 8 years. TAGGART.—In thi. city, om Angnst 3; Fergus Taggart. TOLM1A.—In thiselty,on July 31, Alonzo A . son of Alexander M. and Mary Toliula, aged 11 months aud 0 days. city, on July 30, Berlin E. and the late Edwin Dyspepsia Hakes many lives miserable, and often leads to self destruction. Distress after eating, sick bead* and THE LOMBARDY CEMETERY Is now an established fact. All the in dications are that in a very short period this will be the most popular burial place of the community. THE CEMETERY Embraces a tract of over forty acres, and is located on the Concord pike, about one mile from the city limits. It was formerly the Gunning Bedford property. No location better adopted for ceme tery purposes can be found in the vicinity of Wilmington. It is easy of access by the pike at all seasons of the year and is high and dry and overlooks the Delaware river and some of the finest views of Brandywine hundred. LOTS At the low price of $22 AND $27. We are now offering lots at the low prices of $22.00 and $27.00. Now is the time to buy, before the prices are ad vanced. Terms of payment to salt pur chasers. The lots are eleven feet by sixteen feet. The work of Interment has already commenced and quite a number of lots have been sold. A plan of the lots can be seen at the office of the company at No. 614 Market street. Conveyances will be provided for persons wishing to visit the cemetery with a view to perchase lots. Apply at once. < ocuusrsu iMttri 6ÉI * *'fMm Vliiu mn<k auuim« ASK FOB LENGEL S Bavarian Lager Beer IT 18 THE Most Healthful, Purest and Clearest? LACER BEER Oft the market, awl is guaranteed to be unadulterated, and contains only malt, hops and water. On tap at all Saloons. JOHN A. LENCEL FIFTH AND ÜUTOSÏ STREETS. TELEPHONE «15. JOSEPH STOECKLE'S DIAMOND STATE ' m - ; .*• m p «s if - !*» V b HI m 1 V. ?~-X S9 ■- c mbz jtj r . - mÊrmm VV jré.j m 'f LAGER BEER ANI> PORTER BREWERY WILMINGTON, DEL. OSlo. and Brewery, N. W. Cor. Fifth as Adams 8ta. Telephone 183. Depot and Saloon. Nos. 22B and 223 King H * Telephone £38. Sfilnnln. a Nneclalsv FRANCIS KELLY & CO SOLE PROPRIETORS 07 ÏB7 0BAJSFGE ÖB0VE AND BEAVER VALLEY PURE RYE WHISKIES. Cholo* Coloane Spirit*. 108 Market and 102 Shiuley Sts wmiutaroii, on. , 4 3 3; m 3?- IEIEBILQTHjJE^ BOTTLER or Soda, Sarsaparilla, GIngor Ale and Weiss Beer. Orders from th* city or State taken at tbf depot, :»«> FRENCH STREET, attended to. BOTTLED LAGER BEER AND PORTE! i .-omptli P EBNER Fourth and Union Sts 1 • MUlVlUi) Call Telephone 518. ALLEN HOUSE, CHRISTIANA, DEL. One of the oldest hotels m GiflStatA I hare taken t he above house and have mad« it a driving resort, and hop. by a strict atten tion to the wants of my patrons to merit a shore of your patronage. Bar stocked with as fine a line of Liquors as any hotel In the State. Careful hostler«. TBEII H A (Ï EM Y Kit. Dro»*4etor. PATRICK FAHEY Nw vm We* Vtmrtb Street, CiTpentor, Contractor aid Mktet, Rfttmates fnrsliM ftr werk at Ml Und«. SatiN.aeUon guarwuLeed bMk in nrice auf H. L. BROWN, Contractor for Hauling, Boarding, Livery, Feed and Exchange Etabli _ NOR . 110 AND 112 ORANGE STREET.: Aii kt£as of Hauling done at short nottcC by day or contract. Under personal suuei, vision when desired AU fact lit I«« tor rssiOG us Wn zrutokea. Taiauhona m. Another Week For bargains in Clothing. We are closing out lots every day made the prices to move them out, and they are going off fast. We want to close up our Summer stock—we want the room and we want the money, and low prices are doing it all for us. Come in, bring the boys, get them and yourself fitted out. Besides the low marked down prices we are mak ing a discount on cash sales of 20 per cent off on Boys' and Children's Suits, and io per cent off on Men's. Our place is somewhat torn up, but we are ready to serve all who come. We have J. T. Mullin & Sw Talion, 6 th & Markt? 01o4hkflm, WHmingtoa COAL, COAL, COAL } Only the best quality, Hart nd Free Burning; Caret repared and screened. N* clinkers. Also KINDLING WOOD. PINE, OAK, HICK0B7. McKEE & PYLE 07FICB AND 1ABD, «M Sida laikat It. Bridgs. Lomber, Lime, Sand, C«* ment, etc. TELEPHONE i8*. (DAL, COAL, COAL. AT THE Reduced Price. T ELK PHON K UX CHARLES M. GRUBB. 1914 and 1916 market St KW~ All orders reoelve prompt attention.! CHARLES WARNER COMPANY. Cabined Plaster,* Marble Dust, Cements, Lime, Sand, Fire Brick, Coke, CoaL Marke! Street Wharves. CAS STOVES! Sow Is tie T!aie to Put Hem In I Excellent for COOKING and KEATING In summer as well as in winter. A little heat Is often waited after the furnace flroe go out. A few mlnu'ea use of a gas stove esi hot days make the house much more comfortable than a continuons fire in a range. Tlie cost of putting In as well a« the cost ol gas, is yery small. SAS OFFlf.E, Third & Shio!&* Sts J. MORTON DILLON, DELAWARE WIRE WORKS, M«* .*faj#txrTTS at WloStnr Guards mi 4 Wire Wort Of-«very deaoriptkn Fly Screens for Poor, and Window« made and pat up in any styl«. Wire ClotheJ Un* put up. Electric Light Guards aud Wire NoTffiUHs. BOO RMIOLBV RTWWITT nUSINkSIIS CARDS. 'J'UOMAS WEOLKiALi-i LIQUOR DKalER, NaJ J-rhst Street, Mull UGH. Wllmtngfexu Delaware. JAMES A. KELLY, WINE MERCHANT, tSk&ËSftbSffiS. I Telenet m fit Sols WILL BE ♦ GIVEN AWAY To the most Popular Lady Teacher or Principal of Any School, Public or Private, in the State of Delaware. jrana »Ü ^ _ m îM f ! t - , I ■r'\ usfa 0 m I - M ' Ai" Height, 77 inches. Width 47i inches. Depth, 23 taefew. This Organ was built by the well known firm of Story & Clark of Chicago, and contains Four Sets of Reeds of Two and One-Half Octaves Each. It has Nine Stops: Diapason, Melodia, Yiola, Celeste, Echo, Horn, Dulcet, Bass Forte, Treble Forte; also has Knee Swell and Patent Knee Grand Organ. This Organ sells for $110. 1 is ■ The Evening Journal will take great pleasure in delivering this Organ to the most Popular Lady Teacher or Principal of any school, public or private, in this State, and the readers of this paper will designate by vote to whom the Organ shall be presented. You can vote as often as you wish, and send in as many votes at one time as you desire, but each vote must be upon the Organ Ballot cut out of the Evening Journal. ORGAN BALLOT. I vote that the Organ he presented to Name . «... Address __ A 1 School . Signed - . .. Fill in above blank and send It to "Organ Editor" Evx* ing Journal, Wilmington, Del. ß^FTMs handsome Organ is new and will remain on exhibition at the Mnaio Rooms of B* FÇ^Robelen, Ho 710 Market Street.