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Mrs. McLeod Holds a Recep tion in Honor of Guests. B/YNJO MUSIC, SLEIGHT OF HAND The Feature, or the Filth Kolertatnmout of the Auxiliary Cnu Century Club Drawing Room To-mor Evenlng—Wilmington People Who Are Abroad ami Those Who Are Filter talnlng fluent*. Those who take pleasure In entertain ments of sleigbt-of band tricks will have an opportunity to pass a pleasant even iug to morrow in the drawing room of the New Century Club's handsome home. The entertainment, which will also in elude some good banjo music, is the fifth of the series under the auspices of the New Century Club Summer Auxiliary organization, designed to give an oppor tuulty to those who are not members of the club to enjoy, with their friends, the beautiful drawingroom and the parlors of the club bouse. The enter tainments which have already been given bave been very successful, and only a a email admission fee, for the purpose of meeting actual expenses, is charged. Ira I. Pierce ba9 returned from a weeks' visit to Cape May. Walter Crosgrove has returned from a visit to Woodland Beach. Mr and Mrs. E F. Jordan have gone to Newark, pel., to spend the summer. Bayard K. Brown, is visiting friends in Altoona, Pa. Miss Jennie Smith, of Yardley ville, Buck's county, Pa , is the guest of Mrs Clara Swan, of (131 Harrison street, this city. Mrs. Arthur Keigwlu and daughter Kuth aud Miss Mabel Hart, ail of this city, have gone on a month's visit to Mystic, Conn. Miss Saille Dolan, of Chester, is the guest of Wilmington friends. Miss May Huster, of this city, has returned home from a vielt to Mrs. J. Lewis Garrett, at Village Green, Pa. George Bolen who has been confined to his home for two weeks, is able to be out again. The postponing of marriage and the broader education of women has brought into existence a class that did not form erly exist, namely, the class of "girls" between 18 and 'JO. They are bright, educated, capable women, who are await ing marriage, and instead of being given an interest in life 4nd provided »with something to do they are launched into society with the idea that the proper thing to do is to abandon themselves to the pursuit of pleasure. One result of this is that we have wemen after marriage taking very unkindly to the necessary slowuesa of domestic duties. They live for thrills, sensations and ex citement8. As these cannot be obtained at home, they resort to exp-dieuts which eventually prove fatal to the real and noble idea of marriage The upper-class girl is becoming a lamentably self indulging creature, who spends the very prime of her life in au incessant round of amusement. The great leisure class of cultivated women cannot be held guiltless if it evade individual responsi bility and squander the benefits of birth and education on its own amusement.— Philapelphia Times William Taggart, of this city, left this morning on a visit to friends at Calvert, Md. at tli© New row Miss Emma Cook and Charles Kegen aurer were married last night at 8 o'clock at their home, corner of Claymont street aud Vandever avenue. Mr Kepenaurer is a member of the Wilmington Turnge include, tlie members of which probably tender to him a serenade. Ex-Sheriff William Simmons and Mr. and Mrs G H. Simmons »re snjourniug at the Kenilworth Inn, Atlantic City. Mrs. McLeod, of 500 West street, gave an informal reception to her friends last, evening, iu honor of her brother and wife, of Pittsburg, and sister, Mrs. Naylor and daughter, of Fallimore. George Russell and fatnify, of Mil ford, left this city by the Baltimore and Ohio railroad for Chicago. Joseph Lieberman, of Wilmington, visiting Mrs. Mina Lieberman. Rev. L. E Barrett, P. E, will de liver a lecture abont "Adam's Rib, the Royal Road to Matrimony," at the Harrison street M. E. Church to morrow evening. The lecture is uuder the auspicies of Bible Class No. 1. and the proceeds are for the new cliapel fund. A souveneir will be presented each person at the door. Commercial Agent II. C. Carpenter, General R R. Kenney, and Colonel William H. Stevens were in town to day. Ex United Stales District Attorney Alexander B Cooper is spending twii weeks at Rehohoth. C. S. Pyle, of Kenneth Square, Pa is registered at the Hotel Willis. Nathaniel Davis is in Middletown. The UambliDg Club of the Y. M. C. will give a hare and hound chase this evening R D. Drummond's Sunday school class, of Epworth M. E. Church, will go on moonlight exenrsiou this evening on steamer Ulrica. The Young Peoples' Lutheran Assoeia lion, of the German Lutheran Church, took an excursion of abont 400 people Lincoln Park this morning, on the "City of Chester." The proceeds are for benefit of the new church tn be built Jackson street between Fifth and Sixth. The Snnday school of the Second Baptist Church will make au excursion to Pennsgrove to morrow, leaving King street wharf at 7.20 a m , 12 30 and p m. It has been said that "the woman dresses younger than she is generally euds by looking older than she This is a mistaken observation, womans clothing becomes a part herself, end even though she may be past her first youth, if she habitually! dons fresh, jaunty attire, in the eyes of the public her personality has gained just that much iu sprightliness. On the contrary, if a girl of 20 wears the garb of a grandmother, she can easily double her age iu the minds of her friends. George Hayes, of the Philadelphia Times, is visiting the Misses Jones at No. s08 Hast Ninth street. STORIES OF THE DAY. "I'll B'lave You. Judge Rail *' Monday evening last, about five miu utes after the.Municinal Court had ad ourned, a woman of about .10 years and not taller than -I leet 0 inches, and wearing a black dress, Bwept into the She turned her head to I police station. a left angle and addressed Sergeant | Shields: "Is Mr. Dowland in?" "Who?" said the sergeant. "Is Mr. Dowland iu?" repeated the little woman. The sergeaut did not, know such a per son and said "No." . "Then is Judge Ball iu?" continued the I woman. I "Yes, He is upstairs in the court-1 room." ' I Sergeaut Evaus piloted her to the | court-room, and several of the officers, who recognized the woman, followed The womau was Mrs. Mary Cusick, aud she lives beyond Eleventh street bridge, bast week she had some trouble with two of her neighbors' wives. The re suit was a quarrel aud Mrs. Cosick had bath womeu arrested for assault aud battery. I The case was called for one day lest I week, but Mrs. Cusick did not appear I against her alleged assailants. 'I'he hearing was continued until Monday evening, and again did the prosecuting j witness fail to appear, and the charges I were dismissed. 1 Sergeant Evaus did not find the judge in the court room but discovered him in I the oilice of Clerk Adams. Koteriug', I Mrs. Cusick stopped and at once set to | swaying from side to side, and her shrill I voice again rang out in the quiet office : I "Judge Ball, what about thim two I cases ?" I "Mrs. Cusick, you were summoned to | appear here twice, but you did not ap pear. How is that ?" said the judge "Well, on account of the sackness of a child I could not come the first time, and I understood that I ought to be here to night at half past seven o'clock. But what about thim two women, judge ?" "The charges against them were dis missed," replied his honor. "Well, If you say so, Judge Ball, II will b'lave it Now I will shake the dust °^8h*TiHt«î her dVetm s^ghtly^and with astern countenance strutted from the building continuing the swaying motion. ^Philadelphia, 4 ; 8t. Louis, 3. Boston, I I ; Cleveland, 7. Louisvill^ 10 ; Brook-1 yii, 7. Pittsburg, 5; New t ork. 4. * At Chicavo • Yale 8 • I'nivereitv of Virginia Yiritiiiia ' drons from tlie Virginia, Virginia arops irorn me race for the Spalding cup. If Amhtrst wins from Yale to day the series will end with Amherst champion, but should Yale win, another game on Sat THE WORLD OF BASEBALL. if Vedtenlay'« Huseliiill Gam««. lieauUs 'vu I Chicago**" 11 25 :*> '«m ' 17 34 j«3 urday will be necessary. Schedule for To-day. Cleveland vs. New York, St. Louis vs. Brooklyn, Ciuciuhati vs. Boston, Louis ville vs. Philadelphia, Chicago vs. Balti more, Pittsburg vs. Washington. Yale vs. Amherst at Chicago. The Chnmplonalilp Record. w. n. p.c. w. r,. p.o. 41 21 .«Il I New York... 28 34 .452 .'ft* 23 .».« I Baltimore.. 37 33 .45U 35 2« .574! St. Louts.. 27 34 .443 Philada. Boston .. Brooklyn Pittsburg... 35 38 Cleveland.. 31 23 Cincinnati.. 21 31 .G0U I Louisville Rrownaon-llradford Game. The batting order of the Bradford Brownsou game which will be played on Saturday afternoon at Lancaster avenue and Union street, U as follows: Rradford Crawford. Emory.... Me* terty. Hoffman. Carrole... Vielter _ Gormley., Hofford.. Naulty... Game called at 4 o'clock. is or to l. Hrownson .Mahoney .- Ecnney .'.'.!!.!?!»Rller Poeition«. filiort stop_ • Centre Held. . Second base... .First baser... ■„Left field-. Fisher . Right field.Ferguson ...Pitcher.Foster .Third base.I. Gormley ...Catcher.Thompson has been organized among the police officers. Captain Chambers is the manager of this club. _J llMfbidl Notes. Tha Orion Athletic Club yesterday defeated the Bulger's Senate, at Cres cent by a score of 25 to 15. Another baseball team OfrmAiito«u Defeat« the D. F« C« At Germantown, yesterday afternoon, the Germantown cricket eleven defeated the Delaware Field Club by 68 runs. The score: '. .117 . • • ■ ■ .. GERMANTOWN COLTS. A. II. Brockte, c Buh. b L. Wales... E. L. Martin, 3d. b J. Wales. E. M. Martin, b J. Wales. 8. P. Blu-ell, c Lister, b J. Wales H. W. Middleton, b J. Wales. P. H. Clark, b J Wales. J. W. Winter, b J. Wales — \V. S. Young, h J. Wales. N. Z Graves, e L. Wales, b J. E. M. Newball h J. Wales_ A. B. perley, not out. Byes. . ales . A. a the Total DELAWARE FIELD CLUB. P. Wales, ftlssell. E Harvey, c K. Martin, h Blttseli — L.E Wales, Jr., b Blae ell. W. B\ Le wia, run out. X. Huxlet, o K. Martin, b Bissell. I«. Mollvaine, not out. P. Hlsler, <• Middleton, b Bfssell. C. La Moite, b Clark. W. Spruanee, c and b Clark. F. Gaus©, b Clark. Bye« fl, 1 ©k bye* 2 .. - - The New Tork Nearly Ready. The armored cruiser New Y'ork is now within a few days of readiness for coin mission. The Cramp Company have gnu the final planing of her decks and mounting of her turret batteries. Ship meut of her crew is proceeding rapidly Th! fT e - l8lttn< i Navy Yard. à 0 . rk .:.;' She wilf first be made the fWgship of home squadron Then she will go Europe and probably finish her first three yesrs' commission by a voyage around the world The Cramos have decided to launch the protected erniser Minneapolis August 13 next. Miss Washburn, daughter Senator Washburn, of Minnesota, been named by Secretary Herbert to the vessel. Total to the on 3 name who is." of Jim—"Let's bave something?" Joe-—"What'll yon have?" Jim—"Leugel's.BsNicDiCTlNKR; it give* no headache. " A A'll A fi A f >T 1,'' CT ITT AY v .UJ.JU 2». _L • ISOLATED OPERATORS LIVE IN A WORLD ALL THEIR OWN. Picturesque Scenes at the American Ter minus of the Great Transatlantic Cuhirs. Thirty Men Live a IVcnllar Klml of Ex istence by Themselves. To lui outsider the words "life at a ruble Kti'.tion" convey u vogue sort of meaning, ouch rs tho term "life on board ship" would imply to ono who hail nev er been to non. Tho vorv peculiarity of cable life attaches to it something of a rpecial interest. It will ho my endeavor to portray ns far us possible what life is at ono of tho busiest and most im portant cable stations in tho world, land ing two ocean cables from Wuterville, Ireland, two from New York city, one of which is operated direct from Wall street; also a cable to Ht, Pierre, Mique lon, and working n direct land system in connection with and over the Cana .. T .„ .. du:» 1 acute railway, ft is a well known fact that cable <ua tions, as a rule, are placed upon the most opt lull dish spots imaginable, in thus wise throwing the operators out of touch .. , . . . , * outl > and situated somewhat, on a hill you will see what appears to ho a small village circling into the shape of a horse- | shoe. The background is thickly clothed with society und the world at largo. Just picture to yourself a moment a small enpo running out into the Atlantic on tho most northeasterly point of the American continent. A little to the with small tir trous, and Immediately at I the foot of the hill is a large lake with ln j n iutnr<! islunds clothed in rich green Beyond, tho lake and as far as the eye I , . . _ -_ . can reach is one vast expwwe of water th 'rdmjg the eastern and western conta Rents of Euroiie and America. At once you are brought to Ute "Causo station" of tho Commercial Cable company. To tho southeast of the lake the broad Atlantic rolls along in heavy monotone, I while far away on the horizon a dark ü no ( ,f SII i 0 ]j,, Boats leisurely in tho wake with its bold frontage standing like a sentinel at tho western gateway. There I I are the finely laid out tennis courts, the I broad crescent of substantial villas, with | I their small patches of greensward and fiuwer beds In front, and the neat litUo I clubhomo ^ ith its smidl piazza, where U men enjoy «><' * Up« a:, evening and watch the fleet of fashmg boats or °(' oan travelers passing round the cape. At tho eastern entrance are tho hache lors'quarters—a largo 2-storv building, 1 ... I or. ' , accommodating nearly 80 men. Two and a half miles away is the fisliing town of I Ua nso> with its 2,000 inhabitants. q' bero nothing outside tt> portray the I * ... . of activity going on within tho office. The commercial world is in full I , , . I swing, the calues ure being worktxl at top speed, and messages are jMiuring iu to bo transmitted to all parts of the liab | itable globe. Business is being transact ed between tho London nnd New York of a passing steamer. Tlie station itself i .. _ : .1 inis a picturesque appearance iu tlie I glistening sunlight, tile handsome office I Stock Exchange»almost as speedily as in tlio exclituiires themselves. Here one rob a .sn»td Usa nf file imnirtani'n at gets n goner.u idea ot mo importance oi submarine telegraphy to tlie world at hvrte. nml ttvo v-nlne of rime TVo stnn. largo anatiic vameor mm. no «op-1 pmg. no pausing, nothing but rush, rusll, rush, the ciieküig of sounder., tlie work iug of automatic senders, the tapping of key., aud the steady buzzing of recording instruments. The operators have tho money market I ulK ^'r their control; are edifying tlie po I litical world with the latest conundrums or flashing forth tlie tidings of eouie dreadful calamity across the submerged chains which link the old world with the now. Life at a cable station is not all sttn . shine, neither is it all shadow. Wa have I .. | our [icriodsof dullness as well as onr sea I sons of pleasure, advantages as well as I disadvantages. Wo live in an mieon | volitional manner, bat there are times | jjf e with all its rush and rattle, merely when wo experience a thirst for town fora change. On the whole, however, we are very contented and happy; there is such a sense of freedom so far removed from the congested atmosphere of city life. Roam where one will, there is no one to say, "Whither goest thou?" One I can shoot ull over "no mail's land" or I cast tho deceptive fly on lake or stream I and wile the ailvery trout from their va pious haunts. There are no preserves, therefore no gamekeepers or watchers. In season we have boating, tennis, . cricket, riding and other sports to brace I ns up for the mental strain of tho oper I ating room; also our concerts, dances I and picnics to mark the superficial side 9 I of life. Naturally* wo have to rely on our own resources for amusement and o I entertainment, and at a largo station 8 I there is generally a fair supply of talent À I in various directions. « I When winter is upon ns with, its icy B . grasp, when tho trees and everything 1 1 around are clad in a beautiful garb of 1[\ glistening snow, we don our I furs, and away wo go across country I tho merry tinkle of sleighbells. Snow it I shoeing and skating also form important D I features of our winter's pastime. When the shades of evening cast their || J dark mantles around, us. we gather the cheery clubhouse and over our pipes h* I discuss the latest news from the outside « I world, xmi) up reminiscences of other * I days, talk of episodes iu our lives and ' 1 experiences at other stations in other lands, with no foreign element to break I our bond of fraternity. There is a strange Bohemianism in the life of a cable operator. Theoonstant moving about he is subject to, the living in foreign coantriea and mixing with I different raced give him a cosmopolitan I education, with a broad and generous view of huumnity, to tho downfall »r ■ the do not knoW ° f W,y j' 11 !" to ' where exists tho same fr.it>-rnal feeling j or spirit of clannishness as is met with I the cable service. Let a man travel I globe, and the mere fact of his being I "Son of Mercury" will insure him | warm welcome at anv cable station of has " 59 may visit.—Cor, New York Herald. Homing Pigeons Released. Seventeen homing pigeons belonging to Philip Trayner, were taken to New ark, Del , this morning and released. They are all young birds They returned to their loft ln this city in about minutes. MARRIKU. RAWLINS--GREGORY.-At Mt. Salem. M. K. parsonage, July 7, by Rev. iS. M» Morgan, John F. Rawlins and Hannah A. Gregory. _ _ DIED. FORD.—In thl« city, on duly Ford, wife of Charles W. Ford, 10, Henrietta aged 'J years. GALLAGHER.—On the 12th Inal.. Eliaa hetli, the iufant daughter of Andrew and Marv Gallagher, aged 10 months. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral from St. Mary'« R. C. Church, on Friday afternoon. HARTMAN. Suddenly, on the lltli inst., at the residence of her uncle, near Phtunlx vllle, Chester county. Pa , Klla R. Hartman. Funeral from the residence of her brother, John H. Hartman, 41H F.aet Fourth street,oii Friday afternoon, July 14th, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery. HAYDEN.—In this cit Margaret, relict of the aged ftf> years. MOORE.—In this city, on the 9th instant, Mary A., infant daughter of Jaïue» W. V. and Donna J. Moore, aged 5 months and 18 da) 8. ' NOR.—At New CaHtle, on the 10th instant, Kllen O'Connor, aged UO years. on tlie otli Instant, Patrick Hayden, V. o late get of Teeth, #5.00. Teeth extracted. Fifteen Year. >f Successful Practice. DR. HONEYWELL'S DENTAL ROOMS 708 Market St., Wilmington, Del. Od (mRjY T bTe lient Set, $8.00. n. 2Rc . »0c .. 75c . fifk* £1 ami tip . 76c With Gas Teéth Fnîedw'th Amalgam with Gold.... ' e ' ' ' " ln " " r out pain. , D .„ 1 . OTto J 1 .| 1 \\ American Laundry, No. tneWeat Front street. hoard and rooms. — rknt - 'two third - STORY r rooms for reft. Address M. this office, xxrANTED MAN AND WIFE FOR HKe ' ' onri story front room, unfurnished, nil £,Ä. tÄ^T«* 'SUt? Î « 'Zt U ^ ' FRONT* Rooms for J houæ heeplmc and lodging, .ill shlpley st. tjoaRDER-S WANTED AT NO. 21s WEST I ^ street. _ .. I U'ORRENT.— TWO ROOMS COMM UNI 1 eating, on second floor, furnished or uu | furnished. Apply »t «» Market street, I " I - UOH HALE— VaLUaRLE aND 1 1ER IRA - I' tile Chester county property. Dwelling and store ail under one roof, gmslouti.ulld | yum Tree, (theater county. Pa! Air . Honeywell*» Original and Special Mud© Om and Vit»li/ed Air for extractliiK teeth with We guarantee to do the be«t and inoHteatl« fuetory dental work at moderate priee«, Offlffi open 9 a. m. until H p. m. Hltl.P WANT*!) mxINKSK DFPGRPTJJNITIKS. KlXTt'ltHS MU , i )It „ sAI - K —BTtM'K AND •* of Confect Inner»- Store, also the old esttili Railed iMsiksnd novel Store lit 2 O East Eeiirih Street. Apply Clark's 8tore.il« Esst Fourth street. W ANTED. -HOARDERS, GOOD ACVOM THCxiatlonH. No. F.RHt Knnrth street. EVAL ESTATE lNOR SALE.—$3.7(«> tor N. E. corner Fourth I 8 and Harrison streets, nine rooms and I | door. Also Sonth Franklin street, N«>. Ml.flM): No«. K*'. 1«5. fiff. 1(19, each $ 1.460 Hml No 1a r_. HI1 a No. I .H 4 Reed «treei.il. each. These liousea have six rooms and bath I sewer connections, and rent well at ÎI2. $' nd >u 11M . niont j,. Very little cash required. I j. ,s. BRENNAN. No 51« West Sixth street, —————————————————— inc T r A RPPMTFR TR ' LAItrLlNliin, JH., " 023 Market «Street, Real Estate, Bonds anfl Morlgaps. MONEY TO LOAN At 6 and 6 per cent. I Rf l ,'»hle Securities In denomination« of $21X1 to $5,With Principal and lntereat guar onteed. FOR SACK I'GTION ! AUCTION AUCTION ! A F. G. Bartram, No tn EAST SEVENTH STREET. Flue Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, I Silverware, Clocks and Bronze« will lie sold at '"Äg^nunimcntTre afocktf »IMK» won if good* is sold. F. G. BaRTRAM. ' Private «ale during the day. n EQUITABLE BUILDIN Ninth anfl Market Streets, u | 18 practically fire-proof, I Ia caml for by the company's janitor to 1 in I OFFICES FOR RENT WILMINGTON, DEL. This handsome office building Tiightod by Electricity, Ilcated by Steam, Supplied with elevator. Is completely equipped, Has tho best location in tho city. Possession given at once. j Apply at tll8 0HÎC8 Of thfl COmpaDJ. | LOOK ! LOOK! LOOK WAYÇIHF | IINPH PA1 APF I 1 «-*111011 IHUIUL. French*DrilTcoffi-!\ ' t> ('oc«w, t ?'Soooiate, D &l«* Maud wiche*. No long waiting, ICK CU KAM, ALL FLAVORS. of NO. 3 EAST FOURTH 8TRK8T, ■ i «• R - HniT - in the a a be OOOULI8T8' PKK80BIPTI0N8 PERFECT ADJUSTMENT QUABANTVBD TILLED. 8. il. IÎAYNAKI), '.(iii.au nnu avd market rilehAm. net ■ | WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, 15 ' THOMAS McHUGH, No. 12 Market Street. WTiuilngton, Delaware NUT1CKS. 1*. VOTIO*.- ALL PKI180NS An K H EKKRY 1A not III tM I 'that O. A. LirlniCMtnn In no innwr in tli© employ of the Koy&l InNuram© t'ouipany and haa no authority to trammel auy hUHimMW eouneetad with my offline. L. 1*. llU t.Ks Mana ger. N otick to county taxpayers: Receiver of Taxen .lohn T. lJlekeyt Will at t lie follow in»; plan** during the month August at datiwan at at ml, for the collection of county, poor, road and dog taxe« year IHttl. During July and August cent otf. AtigtiNt 1 Prm ti< al Farmer Rrandywine hundred. Auguht ft—New Cattle. August 4— Newaik. August *— Kirkwood. August T—Delaware City. Alignât H—Townsend. August u Rlai'klrd. August If—Middletown. AiikuhI 11—Odenna. August 12—Htanton. August 14 Christiatia. August l«'»—Newport August lrt—Toy'a Hotel, RiKtng Hun. August 17—llockeMin. August 1H—Oooch's Bridge August l\l - Sharpies«'» Hehool August 2l~New Castle. August 24-Blackbird. August 2W- Townsend. August JO St.Heorges. y\ IDBND, ■11 of for tli. 5 per . a. house. Tnic Cbntual National Bank, I Wilmington, Del., June 30, 1893. I The hoard of directors have tills day de clared a aetnl-anmial dividend of 3 per cent., payable on demand. H. I*. R I'M FORD, (ashler. XTOTICK.—TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE, it City and school taxes for 1*73. The undersigned, reeelvers of tuxes, for the eltyof Wilmington, will he at No. 10 East Sixth street, between Market and King streets, during the numtlis of Julv and Au gust, 1833, tut ween t lie hours of N and 12 In tlie morning ami trom 3 to0 in the afternoon, tor the purpose of receiving taxes. On all taxes paid miring July there will he a reduc tion of 5 cents on every dollar, and all taxes paid on and alter the ist day of August shall be payable without a deduction aforesaid, aud ail taxes unpaid on the 1st day of September shall ho Increased by the addition of ft per centum on the amount thereof. EDMUND MITCHELL, Jn , Receiver of Northern District, Including all north of Sixth street. Kl GKNEM. 8AYKHH Rectdvur of Houthern DlstrlrU Int lutlliitf all «outil of Sixth street. PROPOS \ I s. I iuOl'OH M.H FOR HÏ MO\ ING AHIIKH I The Hoard of Director« of the St reel and Hewer Department will receive] prniMisiilH un til 9 o'clock. Tuesday mnloii July IM» loi removing unIu*» aud nibhlah incidental to houHekei'|>iiik(,for term of one and two yearn, commencing Hentembcr 1. IHtKl. Hpecitlcation« limy he obtained At the otTlce of the depart meut. The rltfht to reject any a ml all blot i HARVEY J. WILRY, Herretary. reserved. Attest: KKUISTKK'8 OKDF.K. KU1STER'S ORDER. R REGISTER'S OFFICE. I New Castle County, Del.. June 21, iHSKl. ( ITpontheapiilUatlonof VYliliam Baxter and Sarah J. (liven. Executors of Archibald Givun, late of VYlluilnglon hundred. In said county, dscessrsl, it Is ordered amt directed hy the Register that the Execu tors aforesaid give notice of granting of letters testamentary upon the estate of tlie deceased, with the date of grant ing thereof, hy causing advertisements to lie po.led within forty days from the data of such letters ln six of the most public places of the county of New Castle, requiring all tier sons having demands against the estate to present the same, or abide by an act of assem bly In such case made sud provided; and also cause the same to I«: Inserted within the same period tn the EraniMO Joduhai. a newspaper published In Wilmlugton, Del., and to be con tinued therein three weeks. e. o. d.) Given under th© hand and »©al of office of the Register aforesaid at Wilmington, In Now Castle county aforesaid, the day and Î ear above written. . WILKINSCOOOH. Register. I" 8 '} NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that letters of admin istration were in due form of lew granted nnto the undersigned, on the 21st day of June, A. D., 1893, and that all persons hav ing claims against the estate of the deceased must present the same, duly attested, to the said executors, on or before the 21st day of June, 1894, or abide the act of assembly in such case made and provided. WILLIAM BAXTER, SARAH J. GIVEN. Executors. Or Mldress, W. T. Lynain, Attorney-at-Ijiw. Wilmington. Del. MEDICAL. Alt Kl ED L ADI KB,—MEND 10 CENTS for "Infallible Safeguard" (no medicine deception;! Just whattyou want. I aille»' Bazar. Kansas City. Mo. M EX Cl) RM IONA. 1 PHILADELPHIA PAMMKNGF.R IfTJLAM 1 BOATS. ^ STEAMERS " CITY 0F CHE8TEB AND BRANDYWINE Commencing Thursday June 15. 1893. Leave Fourth Street Wharf dally. Sunday eluded at 7J» 1 , lU.aU a. m . . 1.15, 4.15 aud p. in. Leave Phlladolph'o. Chestnut Street Wharf, at. 7.30,10.15 a. in.; 1.80, 4.1» and «.45 p. in. Stop both ways at Chester on all triiis. Freight received all day at Philadelphia and Wilmington and carried at the lowest rate«. Atlantic City 10 day tickets via Reading route on sale ahoaid both steamers. FOR LINCOLN P »RK. Wednesday ami S» lu'day excursion«. Steamers leavinç Fcurtli street wharf at in.itu a. m und 1.1ft p. m. wilt eton at Liueoln Park on Wetlnesdaya and Sat uni ays only. Returning leave the park at 7.30p m. sharp. Grand musical concerta and all flrst-class amusements. 41*E MAY. ^ r. s ln » 45 VIA PALACE STEAMER « . im j * t REPUBLIC. At, Regular trips commencing June 15th. Train leaves French street wharf, (daily) a 8.55 ». m. Fare for the round trip, good only on day of lastie. Children between6and 12 year« ......... Round trip ticket, good for season. ÏÜmKÎDLAND BEACH. VIA WILMINGTON AND NORTHERN RAIL ROAD COMPANY II ra .M I AND hi, I STEAMER THOMAS CLYDE. > j Beginning Sunday, Jnne 18, train leaves French street station daily, except Wednes days, 9.30 a. tn. Wednesdays only, 8 30 a. m. FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP. 50 CENTS Children. 25 cent*. ULRICA. ^TEAMER BETWEEN PENNSGROVE AND , WILMINGTON. Wilmington, King street whan, (dally except Sunday* at 720 a m. 12.3d, and 6.00 p m. Sundays only. 7.29 and 9.00 I.» , 8 to and 8.20 p m. The 3.00 p m boat from Wilmington connects Major Reybnld Delaware city ve at 6.00 and 10.00 a except Punuay.) 8un 12.30, 5.C0 and 7.30 pm. s Boat leave» a ■: at Penn8grove with «tourner for Penns ville, New Castle, and Salem. Boat leaves Pennsgro 1.20 and 5.00 p m (dally day. only atS.10 amand Saturday only, 9AQ p m. Tlie lU.OU a m boat from Peunagrove has nections from Delaware River Railroad from 8 tea Boer (T Major Reyboid. For Peuns viUe (Sunday only >9 a m and L90 p m. A. G. McC AUSLAND, Supertntenoent. MURRAY'S HOTEL, No. 104 EAST FRONT STREET. minute's walk from the W. dr B. ami \V. A N. K. It. depots, live minutes' Walk from Harket street It. A O. depot; rapid transit -electriccurs direct from Delaware avenue R. A- O. depot and the Wit mlnifton and Philadelphia Steamboat Com pany. Rales $1 An per day. STANHBUhY RltAA, JR.. Proprietor. 7 9 7 a 6 Situated within AI MUON HACK 1IOUSK, Kft.li*. Volley, N. Y. Accommodate* an. Eleo trt.' bull», baths, open fireplace*. sanitary In:* rovnmentn. table first-class, good fishing and muting. SOLOMON KELLEY. ProprTfttor. ATLAN TIC CITY, N. J._ Pennsylvania Railroad. Leave Philadelphia, Market street wharf, exp renn, A SU a. tu., 3.U0. 4.10 mid AM) p. in., weekdays. Accommodât Ion, 8.110 and 8.20 a. m., 3.20 and 4.20 p. tn. Sundays—express, 9.16 in. Accommodation, 8.00 and 8.15 a. in.. 4.00 p. m. _ Fhltadelphla and Reading R. B. Leave Jhestnut street and South street wharves, week-days— Express, P.00 a. m., 2.110, 3.1«), 4.M), 5.00 p. m. Accommodation, 8.00 a. ra., 5.46 p. in. Sunday—Express, ».no and in.ur a. ni. Accommodation, 8.00 a. til., 4.30 p. ra. THE MANSION. : ATLANTIC) CITY, N/J. The Largest Hotel. Open all the year. _ Charles Mi-glade. BRADY HOUSE, Arkansas avenue, convenient to ocean and Reading depot. Good tioard. splendid rooms, broad pta/.zas, orchestra music. Terms mod erate. Circular mailed. I*. O. Box, 207. _ JAMES BRADY. BEAUMONT. No. 143 Houth Connecticut avenue. First houi. from the beach. Full oceau view. MHS. A. G. MILLER ___ Formerly of tnglealde. IIOTKL atglen, Michigan and Pacific Avenues. Near Ocean Terms reammable. J. K. REED. HOTEL 151 > I SON, Pftcllcand Mlrhlirnn avenui*«,near th© l>©ftoh. UciiDHlclcd mul rufuruisheri. I npaulty 2HU. Klectrlc b©ll« and p«HHt*i»u©r elevnlor. .1. SIKHKRT. HOTEL HECKLER, Formerly Normandie, Corner Atlantic an Pennsylvania avsum*. Fit tod up tu Aral claaa styl«. Open all the year. HENRY HECKLER. .MONTEREY HOTEL, Virginia avsnne, near tlie Iwach. Hot and cold aea water list hs. and all placsaof.!nter«st Newly farnlshsd; excelhnit tulds. _ K. k. NEWCOMER. THE EARL, Ocean end of Month Carolina Avenus. Oper all the year. Kill feet trom the ocean. E. MMITH. SHOULD You want |»h*Amiro ami real «olul comfort I lie place I«» iiini It Ia at t ba ICI I >G WAY. LnrtfooM «limb* troftfl t*ii»lK»w«*r th© wliol« front aod make It a tnewt clallgbtfitl plaça •«» r©st. Th© house ha« bo«n n iikkIcUmI and n* furnished throuahnut. All th© tt un forts of bom© at. th© lowest prie©« Writ© for terms. LT. B. HTUART. TUE MT. PLEASANT AND ANNEX. VI rgl nia A venne, near t he Beach. Open al the vrar. Terms reasonable. Accommoda Hons for 26# guest«. A. SMITH. THE NORWOOD, Ocean eml of Kentucky avenue. Open a) the year. Terms reasonable. F. AL8FKLT. THE RADNOR, Snat'i Carolina Avenue. Centrally Innated within three minutes walk of ocean. _ U. W. SHARPLKHM. HOTEL SHIRLEY, Kentucky avenae, near the beach, MRS. LEWIS, Proprietress. NOW OPEN, No. 27 STATES AVENUE, Atlantic, City. MRS. A. It VAN. KENILWORTH INN Ocean End Kentucky Ave. ATLANTIC CITY,' N.' Steam Heat, Elevator,' Elegant and Modern HRS. ANNIE GRUBB, Prop Qej; V ■tmm LS m r- -'-tSWt&TT III R ifflt-i Sf SAN MARCOS HOTEL, Pacific and Massachusetts Ave*. NOW OPEN. NEAR* THE JIEACFT. Elegantly furnished: Ocean View; Miasm Heat: Hydraulic Elevator; Mnn Parlor«; Electric Call«; Fire Escape«; Telephone; Telegraph Calls. Etc. Etc. Hot and Cold Salt and Fresh Water Baths ln tlie House. $2.60;and Up Per day. Sp ecial Rate« by the Week. Charles William Edwards, Successor to' ISAAC SOLOMON, (Formerly one or the -proprietor« of th* Rlnvham Bonne. Philadelphia)._ . RANKING AND FINANCIAL. Artisans' Savings Bank NO. 502 MARKET STREET. Wilmington, Delaware. Open dally from 9 o'clock, a. ra., until « m , and on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 H p. in. Assets, Deposits, Surplus, Interest allowed on deposits of money one or more calendar months at the rate 4 lier cent, lier annum. Money loaned mortgages on real estate. U« ORGE W. BUSH. President. J. AUGUSTUS McUAULLEY. Vice prea't. E. T. TAYLOR, eec'y and Treas. JOÖ 0 .PH M. MATHER, Auditor. May 1,1898. •035.nan.n8 8*1,348.«» • 114,2041.45 m ETTER LOOK over your ward rob. and ■■nEBkEi ar. not some garment, which. If properly Cleaned and i Dyed, 9 A. F. BORÎTQT, 710 MARKET 6T 8 trM see If there b© good -tv! _RAILROADS. r KNNSYl.VANÎA HAI l.KtIA!)- ëïÀliiÔl ARD Railway of America—Protected Throughout by the Interiocklug Hwltoh and Block Signal System. PlillsADEI.riflA, WILMINGTON aud BAT-. TIMOHE RAILROAD. 12.01 a. m., July 2,1*93. Trains wl'.l leave Wilmington as roliow»; Philadelphia, express. 1 55, 2 55, 4 20, 8 .10,7 42, 50, 8 50, 9 ny »9 47, » 53, 10 «, 10 18 , 11 20,11 3a, HAI am. 112 19, 1 37. 3 06, 5 04, 5 10, 5 17, 6 54, 6 (P, 7 06. 7 18, 9 IS p in Accommodation,» 00,8 56, 7 06,8 06,10 45,a m, 12 3», 2 35, 3 40, 4 25, 5 30, 8 40. 7 40, 10 3Ü p Cheater, express. 1 66, 4 20, 5 30, 7 42, 7 60, 8 60, 00, 9 53, 10 06. 11 20, 1161, am, 137, 5 04, 6 66. 06, 7 18.9 13 p m. Accommodait in,6 00, 6 55,7 05. 8 06, 10 45, 11 88 ra, 19 ST 2 25, 3 40,4 25, 5 20, 6 40,7 pi, 10 3(1 o m. New York, I 55, i 55, 4 30.6 80 . « 56, 8 60,59 47 10 05. 10 46, 11 51 am. SU! 19,1 37, 3 05, »6 10, 6 17. 66. 6 06, t« 21, 7 Od, 7 18, 9 13, 10 80 p m. Boston, without change, 1018 a m, 6 56 p m. W« w Orleans, Richmond, and Danville Ex press, 7 41 p in. All sleeping cars and dining oar. .11 West Chester, via Lamokln, 8 80, 8 06 am, I 26. 3 40 p m. Newark OenteT 7 40 a ra, 12 50,6 33 p m. Baltimore and Washington, 4 35 8 61, 9 11 , 10 15,11 00 a m, « 46113,6 58.7 48. 8 20 and Intermediate stations. a Washington, t « i u, » it, 13 06, 12 60,61 06. 2 08, 4 84, 5 23, . 03, 6 58. 7 46, 8 20 p m. U 49 night. Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 147 4 46.6 06 p m, and 12 13 night Baltimore and Bay Line. 5 23 p Trains for Delaware Division 1 New Castle. 8 16,11 28 a m, 8 50, 8 40,4 40. 8 16, 8 60.9 51 p m, 12 06 night. Lewes, 8 16 a m, 4 37 p in. Express for Dover, Harrington and 8 15, U 18 a m, 4 37 p m, 12 01 night. Harrington, Delmar and way stations, 8 It a m. Harrington and way stations. 2 60 o m. For Rehohoth and intermediate stations, 8 15 a m, 4 37 p m. Returning, leave Keliotxit li li 2 • .'i in, 3 III li III. Express for Wyoming, 6 60 p m. Express for Cape Charles, Old Point Com Norfolk. 1118 Philadelphia, mlngton. express. 3 50. 7 20, 7 25, 8 81,9 10.10 20 it) 33. 1118 a m, lit 26, 1 30, 2 02. 8 4«. 3 63, 4 01. 4 41, 10», 6 80, 5 56, 617, 7 00,7 40, 11 15, 1130 p m, 18 03 night. Accommodation, 6 20,7 35, 10 38,11 40 a m, 1 32, 2 28,3 10, 4 at, t 87. « 22. 8 38, 10 1 », 10 40, 11 38ji. m Handay Tralos-Leave Wilmington for: Philadelphia, express, 1 66, 2 66, 4 20, 8 60. 9 00, 79.47. 10 06,1161 am-- 7 Ml, 7 25. 9 13 a in. n. eave for: Delmar, fort and Ijeave a m, 12 01 night. Broad street for W11 1,1 37,3 95, 6 04,6 10,6 66,6 06, ; '-'ft, 9 13 p m. Accommodation, 7 00 8 06 12 10, l 46, 4 06. 5 20, 10 30 p m. Chester, express, 1 56,4 80, e 50.9 00.10 06,1161 a.m 1 37 6 91, 5 66, 7 00, 9 12 p 1 da'lon 7 00,8 06 am, 1210, 146, 10 30 p m. Now York, express, 155, 2 55,4 20, 7 00, 8 60, 147. 1005. 11 61 am, 1210,1«, 3 06,4 06, *5 10. 6 06. -to 21.7 06, 10 30 p m, Boston, wlthonl change, 6 66 p m. New- Orleans, Richmond and DanvUla, express, 7 41 p m. All sleeping cars and dining oar. m. Accummo 4 05, 6 30, 7 25. I» >• West Oh sot or, vis Igimnkln, 8 05 a m. 5 20 p in. New Castl., 9 61 u ni, 12 06 night. Caps Oharlos, Ola Point Comfort and Nor. foik, 12 01 night. Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wyoming, Fel ton, Harrington, lirldgovllle, Hsaford, Laaral and Delmar, 12 (li night. Baltimore and Washington. 4 36. 8 01, 10 15 am, 12 06. 12 50,6 23, t6(B, 7 46, 8 30pm, 184V night Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 6 06, p ui. and 12 13 night. Leave Philadelphia, Broad street, for Wil mington, express, 3 60, 7 20, OUI. 1118 a tu, I 41, 6 0«, 7 U0, 7 40, 8 86, II 10, 11 30 p in. 12 04 night. roimmcidatton,8 35,10 38 a m, 12 36,2 06,6 lu i'll'., 1 s p fi. For further Information, passengers are re ferred to the ticket nfllee at the station. (Limited Express trams, coiuposeu oi Pull* man Vestibule Parlor Cara, Vestibule Possen rot Coaches and Ifinlna Car. No extra fare. tOongreaalonal Limited Express traue posed entirely of Pullman Veatlbule P and Dtnlug Cam. No extra fare. »Richmond and Danville Express, Sleeping. Parlor and Dining Oar attached. (No coaches.) •Dining Car attached. H. M. PREVOST. General Manager. General Passenger Agent. » J' OxIUf* arlor .1. R. WOOD. 2ALT1.VIORK .V > Obit) HAIU HOAD schedule tn effect July 8 . IHttl. Trelns leave Dela ware Avenue Depot, East Bound. . i Express trains. 1 New York, week davs. S3113,87 37, »8 to, . (13 24, S3 43, 15 33, (7 39 p m. Sundays, f 4 00 . fs 5o. »I0 3»atn,«12*4,«2 4», 88,17 3», 111 00 pm. ^ Boston, 153» p m dally, with Pullman buffet sleeping cars rnlining through to Boston with out change via Poughkeepsie bridge, landing passeugfrs n It A M station, Boston. PHILADELPHIA, TWELFTH AND MAR- » K FT STREETS, week days, 83IB, 17:17, UMWnLss #10 36a m. «2 I», «6 38, #7 3». «111«) p tn. SundayB, (3 03. 13 50, fell! 36 u tli, «2 49, «5 38. «7 39, IU UI " pniLADELPHIA. TWENTY - EOÜRT HJaN B AND CHESTS FT STREETS, week day»,/ 4«. »00. 0 35,;|7 87. 7 47. «8 211.18 50, 9 00, 69tt, i lit 3«. (10 3». «11 52 a in; «13 24, 1 00, H 49. 3 Ota 4 06. 5 05. «5 3», «28,67 39 8 26, 10 00 «11 01! pm. PHILADELPHIA, Sunday«, «3(Ö, «35, 7 47, (B 50, 9 on, « Il i», II 4» a m: 912 24, 100, #2 49 ,3 96, 4 (If,. 5 05, #5 38, B 2 », #7 39. 8 35.10 IK), #11 00 p m. Chester, week days, «:1 03, 6 (Kt, 8 :I 6 , «7 37, 7 47 «8 »), «8 50, « 110, #9 50, 10 3«. 1103«, «1152 a nk 1 01). #2 49. 3 lift, 4 115, 5 05, «5 38, 0 38, »7 39, B 26. 1010 , 11100 pm. Chester. Sunday«. «3118,6 85, 7 47, #8 60, 9 00, «111 36, 11 411 a mt 110. «3 49. 3 05, 4 05, 5 06, 68 38, H 3», »7 39, 8 26,10 0(1, «11 00 p m. Atlantic City, week days. #7 37 2 8 60'a m; p m; Bundays, r 35. #8 60 a m; «3 49 p m. WEST HOUND. Baltimore and Washington, week days, ..4«, 7 13, 18 47 am; 112 16, 12 05, 8 06, M51. Ill ;w. 18 12, «9 1« p. m. Sundays, 14 46, 17 02, IS 47. a m; 113 1«, 13 06, 3 06, 14 51, 16 3«, 1812, 19 18 pm Haiti inf re and Way Stations, 7 02 a in, 8 06 p m, dallv. Newark, Del., week day«. 14 4«, T02, I84T a in: 112 I«. 3115.14 61. 1« :», 7 35.18 12, 111 16,111U pm. Sundays, 14 4«, 7 03. 1847, a m., 1121«, 14 61. I«:w. 7 8.6,18 12, It) 16, D 10 p m. Pittsburg, 18 47 a ni, 14 51 p m, dally, Chicago, I» 47 a in, 13 05. <4 61,19 1« p m.datlT. Cincinnati amt Bt. Louis, 11216 p m and «P 1 « p m dally. Hingerly accommodation, 7U3am, 8 06,7 36 and 1110 p m dally. Laudenberg accommodation, week days, 7 03 lino a m, 3 05 and 4 40 p in. Bundeye 9 30 a ill, 3 U5, 4 51 Trains leave Market street station: For New York, week days, #7 30, «8 00,69 33, 91135 am. For Philadelphia, week days, 5 36,620,97 30, 981». 99 33. (U T* a tn: 13 43, 360. 9 45 p.m. Sundays. «20 a m; 13 43, 3 50,9 46 p in. For Baltimore, week days, 5 36, 6 60,98 00, 911 35 a in. 3 55, 3 5o pm. Sunday, 0 20 a in; 2 55.3 54) p m. For Landenberg and way stations week davs, 6 5u. 10 50 a in; 3 56 5 00 p_m. Sundays, 9 26 a m; 3 55, 5 On p m. Chicago and Pittsburg, «8 00 a m, dally ex. cept Sunday: 913 43, «3.50 p ni. dally. Cincinnati and Bt. Louis, 911 35 a m, dally except Sunday. L» AYE PHILADELPHIA, TWENTY. FOUR HI AND CHESTNUT STB.. FOR WILMINGTON, week days, 94 06, «U0, 7 26, #n 15. 8 40. 10 1»), 911 42 a m; 12 noon. 91 46, 2 00, 3 Ml, «4 03, (4 14, 4 80, 95 30, 5 30, «6 02, 6 30 «7 38, 8 10, «» 40, 10 10 aud 11 UI p ill. Sundays, #4 06, « 00. «8 15, 8 30,10 00, «1142 a m. 13 noon, 3 (Kt. 3 00, 94 14, 4&', 9« 02, B 80, « 38, 8 10, «8 40, 10 111 and 11 30 p m. LEAVE TWELFTH AND «3 45 . 97 55, 111 3» a iii,(3 58, (5 47, (7 22, (8 35 p m. Telephone No. 193. Hutes to Western points lower than via any other line. C. O. 8 CDLL, Gen'l Pass. Agent. J. T . OD ELL. General Manager.^ P HILADELPHIA AND READING RAIL. ROAD—''Royal Ronte' between Philadel phia and Atlantic City-The only double k 11 ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION. Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut Street Wharf and South Street Wharf FOR ATLANTIC CITY. Week Days.—Express. 8.00. 9.00. 10.45 a. ra.. (Saturdays. 1.3(1) 2.00, 3.00, 4,00, 4 30. 5.15. p. m. Excursion 7.1») a m. Accommodation, 8.90 a, m.. 4 30. 6.45 p. in. Sundays.—'Express, 7.30, 8.00, 8 30. 9.00,10 00 a. ra., 4.30, p. m. Accommodation, 8.00, a. an, aud 4.45 p. m. Returning, leave Atlantic City depot, corner of Atlantic slid Arkansas avenues. Week davs. Express, (Mondays only. 6.45) 7.00, 7.35, 9.800. in .and 3.15. 4.10,5 30, 7.30. 8 30 p. m. Accommodation, 5.50, 8.10 a. m., and 4.30 p. m. Excursion, from foot of Mississippi avenue only, ».00 p. m. Sundays -Express, 3.30, 4.00, 5 00, MO, 6 :», 7.(0, 7.!«), 8 00, 9.30 p. m. Accommodation, 7.30 a. m , and 5.05 p. J. A. SWEIGARD. Gen'l Superintendent. Gen. 1'ass. Agent. Ta/ HjJiINg'ION AND NORTHERN RAI& W ROAD. Time-table In effect June 16, 1898L Trains lea^e Wilmington, French street st*. tlon. for B. * O. Junction, Montchanln, Win terthur, Guyenoourt, Granogne, Coesart. Cbadds 1 Ford Junction, Pooqpson, West Chester, Embreerllh. Morton ville. Coat** vtlle and Intermediate atatlona, a cept Bun day, at 7 09 and 8.50 am. S 86 , 5.55 pm: Snnday only, at 8 06 . a m.; 108,4 4a and 6 50 p. m. For Waynesburg Junction, Springfield intermediate .tarions, dolly, except Snnday, at 7 06 a m, 2 35 and 5 55 p m. Sunday only at 3.09 am., 1 09 and 4 45 pm. For Joanna. Birdsboro, Reading and Inter mediate stations, daily exo.pt Bundoy, at 7 0# a ni and 2 85 p m. Sunday only at 8 09 a m., Aiul 1 W p m. A. G. MoÇAUSLAND, Superintendent. I BOWNESS BRIGGS, General riaeeenger Agt. 1 IS' «10 56 a in Vfj.; this \T .- (3 P m. M ARKET STM. p. to for of on C.G HANCOCK. «X - M