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SIX PAGES. SIX PAGES. rr" NINTH YEAR WILMINGTON DEL., MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1896. ONE CENT. ^UMAIKR BESORTS._ APON SPRINGS AND BATHS. Superior Mineral Waters. UAXIl'SHinE (ODSTV. WEST VIRGINIA. Thoeç desiring oneof the healthiest snots on eartli to locate ihemsslves and families for the summer aiid fall, and be happy every day; and where all opt of health recover in a single season- Write for pamphlet and se cure rooms, VV. H. SALE, Propii .tor. _AT LANTIC CI TY. K. J. J^KLAWARE H0l T SE, Corner Georgia and Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City. N. J. One t qua re from the beach. Terms moderate, J. J. GOOD & J. HANNNA, Proprietors. tJOTEL L'orner Atlantic and Pennsylvania Avenues Atlantic City, N. J, Heated In the winter with steam,* _HKN RY HEC KLER, Proprietor. J.£()TEL WARWICK. Ocean End Month Carolina Avenue. Nice Lawn ami Ocean View. DANIEL COLEMAN, Proprietor. C HECKLER, (Formerly Normandie.) AK KWIIJI), J Booth Carolina Avenue, near the beach, Atlantic City. N. J. Open all the year. M. E. BRATTEN, Formerly of New Ooetle, Del. FILLER COTTAGE, Itl Georgia Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. ■ House remodeled. Rates 87 to 89 I Capacity, 2t0 guests. I HKNRY MILLER. ROBERT LDDY. ■ Proprietors. I OSS HOTEL, 2UG Atlantic Avenue, opposite the I Heading depot I House enlarged and everything new. I JR Irst Class Board. ■_ EDWARD MOSS, Protrletor 'HE ARGYLE, Atlantic City, N. J. Connecticut Avenue, Ocean End. cheerful home, like home, Special rates ■ July 1. THOS. H. AND A. O. BEDLOE. 'HE BREVOORT. 18 B. South Carolina avenue. Open all tr Convenient to depots and beach. Bright, »erful rooms Remodeled and refuruUhcd. |1,V) lo JU'.UO per day. Weekly terms reasonably. B. E. NoRRXB, Proprietor . HE LUCKHN, MASSJCHCBETTB AVE.. ■ , near Pacific, Ocean View. Heading K. trains slop at. Massachusetts Ave , one ™ are from beach. Table and appointments I Velasa. Rates; Spring, 81 W per day; $8.1*1 week. Special rates tor the season. From . ti ll Mon. 8'i.i**- T. HA RHOl). ITop'r. ÜÊ NORWOOD. Ocean End Kentucky A venae, Allan île City, N. J. earn Beat, with all modern Improvements. >n all the year. Terms moderate, _ R 3 . ALSFELT, Proprietor. ■ R. AND MRS, A. B. GARDNER, Mew, ■ dE OSBORNE, Corner Paciillc and Arkansas avenues. ■ re Square from Heading Depot snd Reach. ■ cw electdc passenger elevator anil eltc H' light*. T H irms: dally, 81 VI to 8" VI; weekly, $«.( 0 to MRS. B. J. OSBORNE ». tlE RAD 1U mtb Carolina avenue. tree mir dice walk from depot and ccean, per day, 8" to 812 per week. J_ H. W. 8HARPLE8P. iE Value war. Pacific avenue, near Kentucky avenue, te eqoare from beach. Atlantic Cite. N. J, ten irom May 15ib to September ituth. A. U. COLE. Proprietor, Howard fiud "Colo's Wwga street«, ^Ba'lll tovnoDsE, Lid corne more. South Carolina avenue and Hoard Walk, rat house from beach. Open all tbe year. Oes: 81.60 to 83.UU per day; 8»-'» to 815-00 week. THOMAS BRADLEY, Pro; rletor N MARCOS HOTEL, Pacific and Massachusetts Avenues, TLA.NTIO CITY, N. J„ OPElt ALL THE YEAR. Reach. AT ar t he E'egant and Modern, •aullc Elevator, bun Parlor. Hoi and Halt Batqs. Cuislue and Wervlco Unex A. GRUBB. £ - »CH IK BUB OABDfJ. UNGER, THE HATTER, NO. 6 WEHT FOURTH STREET, Wilmington, Del. ■ VRWU'K A COI OILI. JSE PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS, HOP 223 WEST TENTH STREET. ■eitlence No. SCO Shallcroas Avenue. Wllmicgton, Del. UKY JAMES. DWARE, CUTLERY AND TOOLS ■ NO. 316 KING STREET. Wilmington, Del. SBY C. TURNER'S NEW BOOK. • A MODERN POLITICAL BOSS. OR GOVERN MENT BY PROXY." s taken at the Evening Journal Office e 75 cents. _ TO KINO'S. NO. «15 ORANGE STREET, our Boys' Knee Pant«, we are selling as low a« 30 cent« a pair. We also » large lot of Boys' Suite that we will ry ch eap. Call and see them.__ r EN'T YOU SOME GOLD FRAMES Belter get hat need regiidlng? men HARDCASTLE'S APT STORE. ,_ 417 Shipley street ing machines. er & Wilson, 835.00. The Singer, 815.00. eetffi, 825.00. Standard, $35.00. rold, $36.(11, Other makes at $1«. $18, $3C, k or walnut. Ten years guarantee. ■i 81.00 per week. •hand knachlni ;, 60 ceut »4 at ul nes at $5.00 np. Re J. H. O'DONALD, 1 Ea st Seventh Street , Wllnungton. Del. TBOUSKRS MADE INTO BICYCLE «Pts at KING'S, 015 Orange etrewt, 10EGEL3BF.RGKR. M. D-. " 81« MARKET STREET", THE ETE HI8 SPECIAL STUDY Universities of Vienna, Austria, and ork City, In the Philadelphia Poly Wills Eye Hospital. XAM1NSS EYES FREE and gnaran Jefactlon. GLASSES. 83.00. STEEL GLASSES. 50 CENTS ,nd NOTICES. I CE— THE ITALIAN INDEPENDENT ah has elected the following ofllceis: ,nt. KalTaele Bernardo; Vlce-preeld-nt Alarm; Secretary. Salvatore Ver Treu surer, Ac.h bo Diglamo. 'ATORE verdkrame, _No. 1905West Eighth street. E-* I Chlcbefcter'a English Pennyroyal * (Diamond Brand) are the best. Safe, . . Take no other. Send 4c, stamps, for lars. "Relief for Ladies." in letter by m«ll At druggist«. Chichester Chemi Pblladeiphia Pa, ,'6 rrcretary. CRICS H. E CHURCH 81RVICSS. There Will He no Cessation During the Summer RIonthe—Next Sunday Will Be Children's Oar. Despite the exceedingly hot weather, the attendance at both tbe morning and evening sessions of Grace Church, was large D, preached In the morning fiom Deuteronomy 111, 25 27, the refusal of God to allow Moses to enter the promised land,the theme being "Compensation.'' In the evening Rev. Dr Hulburd preached the seventh of the Young Men if the Bible series, tbe theme being "A total abstainer" and tbe snbjsct Daniel. lu tbe course of his eeimcn be made an urgent plea for tbe abolition of thn sa loon and the total prohibition of tbe sale of intoxicating liquors, which he said had invaded the church, wrecking some of Its mott piomlsing members, had ruined many of the most brilliant advocates at the bar and bad tendered even members of tbe bench besotted and tu, fit to un derstand the law which they tried to In terprêt. Rev Dr. Hulbnrd announced that there would be no cessation of servlets during tbe aummcr.Iu place of tbe usual evening service beginning at 7 45, hereafter It would begin precisely at 8 o'clock and last one hour. The Epworth League meetings will begin at 7 15 o'clock. In place of 7 Next Sunday will be' Children's Dsy, and In tbe evening, beginning at 7 80, an enjoyable service will be held by Grace Sunday school in tbe auditorium of the church. Rev M. rrltt Hulburd, 8. T, BICYCLE THIEVES AT WORK. Two Complaints Made to the Police of Stolen Wheels, John McDowell, of 603 King street, a oar painter in the employ of Jackson and Sharp Company, report« tbe loss of bis Crawford bicycle, which be left outside a West Seventh street cigar store. No trace of the thlet or the wheel has bien found. S. S Adame, Jr , rede to New Castle Saturday on his Rambler, No. 11,618 While watching the ball game someone rode off on tbe machine and Mr. Adams bad to come back on tbe train. Tbe police are looking for tha taker. They Got On at EuO'alo. Tbe convention of the Suprema Lodge of the Shield of Honot ended Saturday In Buffalo. These cltisers were elected: Supreme Master, D P. Frels, of New York; Junior S M , Robert R Hodge, of Pennsylvania; Soprtme Secretary, William T. Henry, of Maryland; Supreme National Examiner, Dr. A R Fink, of Pennsylvania; Supreme lotide Guardian, T. G Mayberry, of West Virginia; Snpreme Outside Guardian, J. 0. Longfellow, of Delaware; Snpreme Finance Committee, A. B Cos grove, Delaware; W. J. Cnuninghau», Maryland; Harry O. Smith, Maryland: Lewis E Stllz, Pennsylvania; John S. Read. New Jersey. Tbe next seasion will be at Atlantic City, N. J. To Educate Hebrew Voters. A Hebrew Independent Political Edu cation Olnb wss organized last evening with Barnet Glaokman as chairmen and Morris Reisvena, secretary. Thirty-three Hebrews signed tbe roll and others will come in at tbe next meeting. It Is the object of tbe dab to tduoate those who lack a knowledge of the constitution of the United States and of the State of Delaware; to have lectures on ! political economy and make every voter within the dab a worthy citizen of tbe United States. The B P. L. Society Will Parade To-morrow evening the Benevolent Pioneer Literary Society will give s street parade, the line of march being from Eighth and Market streets to Ring, to Ninth, to Pine, to Fourth, to French, to Third, to Market, to Ninth, Madison, to Fourth, to VaaBaren, to Second, to Madison, ,to Fourth, to Washington, to Sixth, to Market, to Eighth and dismiss. The only place to gat Window Screens made to order Is at Harry Yerger's, No 419 Shipley street. To Rnild m Bridge In New Jeisey. The Delaware Construction Company has been awarded the contract rebuild a bridge over the Maurics river at Main street, Millville, N. J., by the Cumberland county Board of Freeholders Lieutenant , Nleman Resigned. First Lieutenant Harry Nieuaan of Company C First Infantry, N. G D., hts resigned. No action has yet been taken on his resignation. O. J Moriarty and Jim Franey will box 10 rounds at tbe Bijou next Thursday, June 11. to 10 HILF WANTED. A gents wanted for "tales ofthe Civil Wsr"—as told by «0 veterans on both sides. S methlng new. Hnndrtds of great War Pictures. «08 pages. One agent reports orders for 15 days. Write quick I'eop'e's Pub lishing Co., 3841 Market St.. Hilladelphla. S ALESMAN; salary from start. Brown Bros. Co., Nurserymen, Roche; ter, N. Y. 11" SALESMAN WANTED-8100 to 8136 Omonth and expeneee to Introduce onr goods to tho trade. Staple line; poeltion permanent, nleaeant and desirable. Address,with stamp. K'ng Mfg. Co.. D. 53. Chicago. i • _ _ HOARD AND ROOHR._ F urnished rooms, 8i to si per 831 Tatnall i treat, URNI-HED ROOMS FOR GENTLE men only. 004 Klag street. week FOB HALF. R SALE. -HEWING MACHINES. $18 TO $25: JO years guarantee; easy term«. All kinds sewing machines repaired. Second-hand machines, X.l U> .Send postai. 1 . M. ROCK FELLER. No. 100 West Seventh Ktroet. BKAL ESTATE. F oe sale.— a new ten-room hon«e. No 836 VanBuren strict, with all the appointments and conveniences to make a comfoitable, healthy and attractive home A L JOHNSON. N. E. Cor. Bth and Sh'pley. proposals. TYHOPOSALK for a new boiler at r CITY CRKMATO ■ ■ . JB Proposals will be received In box la City Council chamber cot later than Ihursday evening. June Dili. 18M«. at 5 p. m.. lor one thin y- horse power, upHwht j »oiler, to ho made of best Hange steel 5 -l«th's inches thick, tube sheet« to belMth'o Inches 'hick: »aid holler to have an Injector and all necessary cannec tlons and appurtoncea; Ihe same to ue set up amt properly connected with present brick stack at City Crematory and be made ready for s e» m. . , . Specifications selling forth proposals and details must accompany each bl* 1 —hucceeefn. bidder to take old boiler. The right Is hereby reserved to reject »»y a«d all bids By order of the Crematory Committee. JAMES U. OBFRLY. Chairman. " Y. JUDGE LYNAM PRESIDED And Directed the Sword of the Blind Goddess Justice. EGALES DID HOP DIP VERY LOW Marc»'« Hand Timers, qualntanee- The Gentler Sex Well Rep resented, and Even the Bar Das a Dele gate-Case« In Municipal Ounrt, la the absence of Judge Ball, Hon W. T. Lynam presided over the gold jewel led ecales lu Municipal Court this lug, while Walter H. Hayes bed charge of the legal oiler. The judge pro tom, did not use any of tho heavy weights, however, although ho had some old limer», w bo were introduced to him in the days when he occupied the wool sack, before him. Jonas Heck was one of the *. He had scarcely freed bis lungs from tbe salt sir whlob pervades tbe corridors of the eu*Me over which Sir Paul Olllls holds relgu when he began taking In a cargo oa the coast, and officer J. H Massey was forced to send him In to prevent wrecking The judge beamed on him as ho remarked that he remembered seeing him before, on at least on* occasion, and thou dropped him to the $5 notch William Zltzler, another veteran was luckier. Officer Maloney got him at Front and Market streets, with a very tired feeling pervading hlm Th* fine w*a il and costs, and "Jaloe" made haste to leave tbe dock before auy reconsiders tlon could be taken. ... ... . , riorenoe Was Disorderly. buxom colored oup furnished those who do not heed the law w*3 arrested by Officer Sherry at Eleventh and Tatnall streets She was swearing and act Ing In a disorderly manner. This she denied emphatically, claiming that the officer had a spite against her. The bluff failed to work and she will work for her board at tbe Summer resort on the Delsware. until the bill reaches $5 and C0 *J*' -, Ell* Bayard, another colored hell* of chocolate hue, was charged by William H. Blackstone, not tbe father of common aw, however, with being disorderly at bis bouse at Sixth and Poplar streets. Officer Payne was her sponsor and her In troduction to the 03nrt cjnt her $3 and fixings. Fanny Harris, another colored maid, Indulged in the luxury of an oath or two while passing along one of the streets across Eleventh street bridge. Officer Reinboll z heard her and sent her In to have her English improved. Her deviation from tn» Anglo .Saxon cost her |3 with tbe usual trimmings. A Lawyer la Hard took. Bel j.min F. Lester, a rather good looking colored man. was arraigned on a charge of stealing a ride on train No. 3, Adams Express train, from Chester Saturday night. To Judge Lynam he sail that he was a lawyer in Baltimore where he had been a member of the bsr for two and a half years and that he had practiced In Michigan for b'x months prior to that time. Be had come from Philadelphia to Chester with* party of friends on a pleasure trip, and had spent bis means, and was trying to get back to Baltimore. Rev. Charles L Jefferson of Gilbert PretbyterUu Church, certified to his good character and occupation and on his recommendation Lexter was released Rhode Turner, colored, charged with trearoaes In a bouse belonging to Rev E W. Cblppey at Second and Colon streets, was fined $5 and costs. She llvee over Third street bridge, but be came tired out while visiting in Silver brooR and made her bed in tbe bouse which was empty. She was Sued as au example to others. Be Was a Train Itlder, Fred Bella, a cripple, using two crutches, was arrested while stealing a ride on one of the P. W, & B trains. He sella pencils and begs and frequently steals rides over the road. He owned up to have ridden three times and the judge imposed the sentence fixed by tbe law, $5 and costs. • James Flanagan, attested by officer Ward, at Front and Market atmet*. Samuel Lutten, by cflner Edwards at Eleventh and Wulnut, both drunks and Charles Murray, colored, b/ Officer Maloney, at Water and Market,, druck and swearing were each fiued |1 and costs James ;Biy*r, colored, arrested bv Offiost Maloney "pretty well tossioated" succeeded in getting the sympathy of the judge and was allowed to ; go. He almost fell over the rail In bis hurry to get cut of the dock. «■ All Over a Landlord's Warrant. Ward A Smith was charged by Daniel VtcCusker with assault The latter was bis landlord and not being paid the rent issued a warrant whloh war placed In a constable's bauds. Smith kept his boose carefully locked and t^e officer could not get In, so MoOusker tried his hand. He went to Smith's house, and after he had brought that person to the door, asked if it was true that be. Smith, intended to start a butcher shop up Madison street, and on learning that It was true, suggested that the bonso he then occupied ccnld be changed so as to make it fit for a shop. By this means McOusker gained an entrance, when be drew out the warrant and proceeded to levy on an organ and other furniture. Mrs. Smith tore up the warrant and the two put MoOnekerout. The latter claimed that both Smith acd his wife assaulted him and threatened to murder and shoot him. and this was tbe basis of tbe warrant Smith denied this and brought bis father In law, L C Grubb, to sho » that tha charge was spite. Mr. Grubb swore that he had the rent since then on condition that tbe charge would be dropped. Judge Lynam dec! ded that there bad been a violation of the law and fixed the fine at $3 and costs. Lay on the Beam-Old Who Renew tbe Court'* Je morn Florence Mil lis, a blonde, who baa tasted of the Conditions Whleh Cannot Exist. George W. Duncan and John H. Sene were charged by Officer Payne with corner lonnglng. There has been con siderabli complaint recently about the yool room in tbe basement of Fifth end Market streets and these two men who claimed to work there were arrested on Sttnrday night on a charge of being pjwvles to the offence. Mts. Ward, who lives next door to the nl^oe, ifiid tbe two men were not the I ones who annoyed her but sold that women of all sorts were lu (he habit of frt qiu-utlug tbe place. Judge Lynam lined each of tbe prisoners $1 end costs, and warned tbe proprietor of the place that if the custom of women frequenting there was continued he would get himself In trouble James Poley tu Italian restarautar at the foot of Market street, charged John Callahan with isaault with Intent to commit murder. Poley said that Calla h«n drew a razor on him, but the evidence failed to show any very serious (.(Tones and John was allowed to go, the charge being held np against him. John Is not very atrongmtnded and has spent a term In Farnbnrat. Q« Is barm leas however, and seemed to appreciate tbe warning of the judge. „ , . . Frederick Wagner has, on two d *7 8r,n,; . occasion», served apprentice 1*"P, nBder lb ® for w De boating, Tbe '» st ll| a* he Interviewed Mrs Wag P fcr * Bt wIu,8r when he broke her n ^*1* W * B aan * t0 tbe Homoeopathic Hospital whloh Institution she left "* ,i e * be P°Ho* authorities could be not *" 8d * tb ® object being to prevent her 8 PP 8 * r » D F against him in Municipal 0o " rt - He got six months all tbe tame * nd > wben discharged fiom New Castle, r*| no * ,d 1 to Po^elphl» where ehe J oln,d h,m . ® âtnrd *Y morning bo again assaulted bîr on street at Teuth and Blrob * tr8ots » nd »«»lonely Injured her. She taken to a hospital aod search toad« for blm " " w *s learned that be bad skipped out of tbe jelty, and word sent to rnrround i up That evening about 11 o'clock,half-an hour attar Captain Chambers bad received tbs message from Philadelphia, Wagner was arrested In Wilmington by Sergeant Shield* end Officers Hsrklna, Maloney and Shields Ho at first refused to go to Philadelphia without nqnlsltlon papers, but later weakened and was sent back, wnere he was given s hearing snd held to await the woman's injuries, The Philadelphia papers In oomment Ing on tbe arrest give considerable credit Wilmington police for the quick work done. A QUICK BIT OF WORK. Ered Wagner Arrested la Wilmington Bali an Hour After W >rd Came From Philadelphia That Hs Was Wanted. was WITH THS KNIGHTS OF THE LOCUST. Ollloer Purcell as Mounted Petrol—House holders Who Design Going Awey Ke <1 nested to Give tbe Police Notice. Chief Dolan has directed that daring the Summer one (quad of officers shall goon dnty at 5 o'clock In the evening, instead of 5 30. Several cbsiiggs wore made In tho looatfng'of officers. Officer John Purcell was sent out yea terday mounted on tbe purchased for the patrol. He will bo usid on the cutlyiog districts, especially for Sunday violations of the gambling and ball playing ordinances. Chief Dolan also requests residents who design soendlug tbe Summer oak of town to notify him of that fact, so that the officers can giro their booses spacial attention. This, be believes, will pro vent many of the robberies which occur every Summer. new horse Awaiting a Decision. Alvin B. Morrison, president of tbe Delaware Construction, Company, and Peter L. Cooper,Jr., the company's so llcltor, have returned from Norfolk, Va, where they have been engaged In the prosecution of a chancery suit for $28 956 against the Atlantic and Danville Railroad Company. Tbe teetimony Is about alt In and tha Wilmington man Interests! are patiently awaiting a decision. Another Commission Wanted. City Solicitor Harman has served no ties npon the Security Trost and Safe Deposit Company, trustee of tbe Me Clsffarty estate*, that be will on Monday aek Judge-Grubb to appoint a commis sion to condemn a «bouse at the north east corner of Fifth and Walnut streets. It projects six feet, four and one eighth Inches, and constitutes an obstruction to public travel. Feast of Corpus Christi. Yesterday was the anniversary of tho feast of Carpus Christi, and It was *p *ro prlately obsurvtd In tha Sacred H art R. C. Chnrb. There was s procession of men of tha obnrch snd children of the seboo', and a «ptclal mas oil p'ogram w*s~giv«n O Miss Arab S.hiaUe made her debut as a anloUt in tbe Stored Heart choir Next Sunday will be the feast of tbe Sacred Heart. Worth It« Weicht In Gold, Mr Robert Mtilsi, residing at No. 109 Lovering avenue.says: "I had completely lost my appetite and felt used up and tired all the time. To Ca, the Mexican Blood Tonic, has proven a woudsr. It Is worth its weight in gold I can now eat like a horse." Large $1 bottles 35 cents. Simples free. Office No. 419 Market street. The Ctniti Unknown, Saturday evening the inqnest on the body of Peter Miller was concluded by Depnty Coroner Chandler, The verdict wae that "Peter Miller came to hi* death on June 1, by b;ing drowned In tbe race slung tbe Brandywine ereek, tbe causas of which are unknown to the jury." Confirmed In Philadelphia, Bishop Coleman returned this morning from Pulladrlphla, where be last night confirmed a large class of adult* and cbll d:eu at St. Oiement'e Church. Twentieth and Cherry streets, for Bishop Whitta ker Rev. G B. Moffat, rector of the church, presented the candidates for confirmation to the bishop. Not Dead Bat Ja Ourniany« Information bis been received In Wil mington that Wllllem Honck.formerly of this city, bad arrived safely lu Germany, and bis death, as announced In the local pre-a, is not believed. Window Screens made to ord-r at Harry Yerger'a, No 419 Shipley street. Delaware FeDslooart. These Delawareans have bean granted pensions; 0*lgUal—Wilson W. Walker, deeeostd, Wilmington Supplemental— Abram Gibbs Caiodok O.igiaal widow— Emily Walker, Wilmington. Office Seventh and Klng s Phone 548. H. T Sergeant,dealer in cost and wood J Large psa coal tor family use Oak or plus wood, large load $1.60, TENDER WAS REFUSED Republicans Do Not Favor a Bi partisan Convention TULY WANT WHOLE UOQ 0ß H0N1. - The Republican County Committee has rejected the overtures of the Democratic County Executive Committee to divide the delegates to the Constitutional Con volition,and make that body non partisan so far as the New Castle county delega tlou was concerned. Ou Saturday afternoon a meeting was held at the Young Meu's Republican Club, and the proposition of the Democratic commltt e was taken up for consideration. By unanimous vote the following resolution, (IT red by F, B, Bach was adopted: Kesolvtd, That It Is tbe seuee of this cemmlttee that tho Republican party of Ne w Castle county, In persuauoo of its patriotic purpose to re-establish In Delà ware a popular or Republican form of government, should nominate ten capable and representative members of the party as delegates of the Constitutional Con ventlon provided for under a recent act of tho Gunerel Assembly, A resolution dividing the ten delegate* equally between Wllmlogtou and the rural hundreds was offered by Joseph U Jolla, of Middletown, sad adopted. There hi log nome trouble about iho apportion mant of tbe delegates amor, and hundreds Mr. Bach offered these resolutions which were adopted? "Resolved, That In view of the diffl cutties confronting a fair and satisfactory I apportionment of tbe delegatee among I tbe many sub divisions of tbs First and | Second districts respectively, It is hereby I ordered that, at the next Republican primary election to be held In New Castle county the Republican voters of each ward and hundred shall elect many delegates as Is now their custom to select far a state convention, which delegates In district conventions bled at place and date to be named shall uomluate lire good and true men for each district, and tho same stall be the candidates of the Republican party of this county for delegates to the Oonatl tutional Convention. "Resolved, That the delegates for tbe district convention shall assemble lu this city on the first Saturday succeeding their election *t 1 o'clock p m , tbe forty delegates of the First district to meet In the hall of tho Young Men's Republican Club snd the thirty-sight delegates of the Second district at the Rtpublican headquarters." Newcastle and Blackbird hundreds ware left ont of tbe legislative apportion meut. Brandywine and Poucador | hnndrtds alreadv have one holding-over j senator each. F nder tbe pari y rules the I other senator « mes from Wilmington. I Wilmington, Ohrlollans, Mill Creek, I " kite Clay, Rod Lion, 9t. Georges and I Appcqululmiuk will bave the seven j nominees for the lower house I Ten Republican Delegatee will Re Equally Divided Between the OICv and Rural Hundred*—Mew Uaetle and Blackbird Huudrede Out Out of the A liportluDiiient. the wards as aismu Colored Men Tender a Bear fit. Daniel Beni urn donated the nse of his new ball at Fourteenth and Claymont streets to the Drivers' Association, of Wilmington, who tendered a benefit to John Demby, a disabled driver. Through this hospitality of Mr. Bantam and tbe energetic woik of the Drivers' Associa tlon, the sum of $43 85 wss realized from the benefit and turnad over to this needy cripple. Monkey« as Preaent«. While Governor Watson and bis staff were at Lewes the ether day, they board ed a u-inp steamer lying In tbe haibor and pnrebaaed two small monkeys from a sailor One of the little animals was presented to General Holliday, soparln tendent of tbe Delaware railroad, and the other to Surgeon Geo oral Roblneou of Georgetown Longai's Knipioye's picnic. I Tbe employes of lohn A. Lengel indal number of Invited friends, enjoyed an I outing on the Barteibea' farm in Brandy I wine hundred yesterday. The party I uumbered about 250 and there wer* I parlies from Chester, Philadelphia, 1 Trenton and other places. Himpel's Orchestra and the Wilmington Tarage mfclude furnished tbe mue'e. Reelgostton Accepted. This order baa been lamed from the effioe of Adjutant general Garrett J. ^* r ^' Second Lvu'enaut Eugene D. C. Bayne, First regiment Infantry N. G D . having tendered his resignation the same Is accepted, and Eugene D O, Bsyne I is hereby honorably discharged from ths I military service of the State. I The numerous penny weighing ma- | chines on the street corners of Wllming ton were robbed early Saturday morning Every one was broken open In exactly tbe name way, leading to the belief that the job was done by a professional. The thief got little fur his trouble, as tbe cash pockets of the machines are emp tied thrice weekly. Weighing Machine« Robbed, Marriage of Samuel Swift Samuel Swift, mudeat and dramatic sdltorof the New York Mall and Express, and son of Mr. ard Mrs. Joseph Swift, of Wilmington, was married In Pblladel phla at 1.80 o'clock this afternoon to M'as Fanobon, of that city. Medal of Honor Legion Bleating. Gen. J Parke Poatles will leave on Jane 15 tor Boston where be will attend tbe National Ornveutioa of tbe Medal of Houor Lrglon composed of those to whom Congress baa awarded medals for die tlugnlshed conduct in action ventlon will be la seasion three days. The con ' Beaver Tall to Leave. The raw ferryboat Beaver Tall being bnllt by tbe Pneey and Jones Company for tbe Newport Ferry Company will be given a trial titp In tbe Delaware river to morrow and will probably leave for her destination on Wednesday. Big Iron Shipment. The Diamond State Iron Company to day maie a shipment of 175 tons, mostly *f bar iron, to Boston, as part of a contract *f 800 tons for a firm there. Crabs and Clams Bn-clv, dffily, sold in lots to salt bnyers O. WI and very low for spot cash, brick h, No. 106 East Fourth a tree t. LIGl HURT AT WEST YARD. Urabaman J. U. Wood* Was Dragged Thirty Yards By a Train Badly Bnrt and Was J. D. Woods, a freight .brakemsn on the P , W & B railroad met with oullar accident In West Yard this lug, as a result of which ha la dergolng treatment at a Philadelphia hospital. The draw bar of the car on which be working pulled out brluglng tbe end sill with It He fell and in attempt lug to save himself caught a grab Iron with one band. 1' be tTain was moving rapidly and be WB " dragged about thirty yards, bis feet bumping against tbe ties. Injuring both bis legs. One b F the _ I Will l>a Aselgoa.i I | Tbe I guard The 17-year-old son of Frank 0 Vtld ham, who has been missing from bis home for several days, was located by his father this Homing aboard the «team yacht Eleotr* whloh Is lying at the shipyard of the Harlan and Hollingsworth Company, The- boy, who Is very tall for bis age and | weighs 180 pounds,became tired of going j to school and became Imbued with tbe I Idea of going to sea. He secured I a blrlh aboard the Kleotra without notl I fylug hie parents who became very ranch I worried over bis absence from borne. j They B'aiohtd all over Wilmington I for him before locating him on the yacht. The boy wee taken home this morning, but may yet bo given an oppor tunlty to teat hi i plans for a sailor's life. a io morn nnw un was oar »es derailed accident. Wood lives In Philadelphia, had his Injuries attended t : at the P , W.& B. hospital after which he was sent to Philadelphia.' who ELECTION OFFICERS H4ÏED. Democratic Oou -it» Executive Committee Held »Meeting on Saturday Afternoon. Oa Saturday afternoon tbe Democratic County Executive Committee met *t the Young Men's Democratic Club man Sanlsbury presided mary election officers the approved. Each of the committeemen from the rural hundreds named his oafu offlci and they were approved. On Wednesday afternoon there will be another meeting at whloh there may be some changea mad* In tha officers of_ of the wards. The primary election will be held on Saturday. Chair Tho ptl elected oy were hundred convention r a n. - THF NEW CAVALRY COMPANY. ■ t First Aa Infantry And Known a* Company K new company of the national which has been talked of for some time will probably be organ /,»U Wednesday. Tbe new company will bo a cavalry organization, but at first It wll' be assigned to Infantry duly and known as Company K, First Regiment. About thirty-five already signed the muster roll W. J Downey, of Stephen Downey At Hnn;OI»y Councilman James Robertson, F. W.' Pierson, T. Leslie Appleby, Charles Bird, W R Simmons and Melville Thompson. Daily expects to become one of the largest and most efficient In tha service on members have Home of them are; The new com Runaway Bay Ksoavsrsd. IWre, Warner la Possession. Oa Saturday evening Mrs. Eebsooa Warner, whose husband, William B. Warner, was sentenced In Munlolpai Court last week to pay a fine of $100 and be confined la New Castle jail for six months, went which hsd (jeettd her. No. 1003 Bast Eleventh street and took possession. Massey accompanied her. for whom Warner deserted hla wife, a Mrs Sherman, was «anmarlly sjsoled There wss considerable excitement but no trouble to the home from h»r brute of a husband Officer The woman Burlad at Graonhlll. The bidy of William J Usher arrived in Wilmington from his late home In Philadelphia, this morning at 11 o'clock. 1'ho remains were taken to Grosohlll Ormetery where interment was mad*, A delegation from James B. Hyatt Council, Jr. O U. A M , of Philadelphia, accompanied tbe body to the cemetery, DtaUdiMc Fermlti Grinttd, Two building permits have bean granted. They are to George H McKee, Jr , for alterations to morocco factory, No. 1007 West Front street, $320, and to N A. Grubb, addition to No. 332 Walnut street, $15u. The Attempt Did MSI Work. An B «*mpt was made Saturday to , nter t, be residence of J R E. Montgom ory, No. 100 Etat Sixth street, but the burglar was seared eff btfore be got any rê „ tr d f or bis trouble, —- £3?"B!cycle suits. $4 00. Twentieth Oem-ury lamps. $3.00. The L A. W. Cycle Shoe, $3 00 and $3 Î5. Wo also have other cycle shoes ws are selling for $1 75. Gall and see them, reduced from $3 75 McDaniel & Merrlbew Cycle Oo., Pioneer Cycle House, No. 1011 Market street. Wants to Go to Dover. Benjamin F. Rawnaley Democrat, wants to represent Wilmington In the lower branch of the next General As semb'y No Arrears Yet Made, Up to t he time of going to pres* to day Clerk of tbe Pvate Foard bad not caused the arrest of auy of the delinquent stats taxables WILMINGTON NEWS NOTES. —Tho third anniversary of Winona Connell, Jr. O. U. A. M . wih be celebrated on June 17. —ANewYork capitalist, J. Edward Ad dlcks and Wi! lam B. Clerk will go Into the manufacture of matches In Wilmington. —For second hand furniture at rock bottom prices go to Conn ay'».Sixth and Lombard Sts. —Tbe steamer Thomas Clyde left the ship yard oft he Harlan and Hollingsworth Com pany on Saturday, and t >ok out the exoaraiou of Brandywine Church this morning. — C. C. Kurts has «old to Rich ard Sid well two building lots on Twenty-third street be tween West and Washington atreets. —Hoveral persons wete left at Gordon Hoi* Ins laxt night os a result, they sac, of tha lost oar going out without! warning. Some uf them waite i fur railroad traîna, —if you wlih a good cement pavement go to Shumons and Brother, 718 Market street. —The Hill*» and Jones Company has se cured ihe contract for furaiohug a number of ' vavy machine tools (or tha Russian govern, ment —The Edge Moor Bridge Company la con structing four iron bridges tor Falrmnuut Park, Philadelphia.