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THE NEWS OF NtW CASTLE
the Ellason Bros. Awarded Contract tor Fencing Base ball Grounds. BATTERY PARK TO BE LEASED One Hunter Has Shot Forty ono Ducks in Two Weeks. r»r|»*t for Death ol « Tonne lmmanu+1 Church Ai tugagriueut •tociil aotl I'd mi**iu*iit of an onal Itriit*. Ctftff tonvfro»d#nr« ol Ever? !• trump. New Cutlt, Msreh 2k'.—At the meet ing of the members of the New < '■< tie Athletic Association. last evening. I ho i-oeni of directors announced that meeting ol the banni was Itehl I tome of .Seiden S. Dccmer, on the prc-| vion« evening, nnd n summary of I lie as hinted I the work done wh re|>or1«f. It that the meeting« lire not priv ate and that nothing was done which was not desired known to each me silver ol the orgnniza ied to all tion. An invitation was e\i members to attend the meetings of the board when they desired. The bid* for lumber were read anil the matter placed in the hands of the direc tors, who decided to give the coni met to Kliason Bros. Their bid was North Carolina yellow pine, SI!) per 10(1 lor hoard*: Wont posts, 22 rents each: 3x1 inch stringer pieces. Id feel long, S-'tl per 1.000 feet. John M. Mauve A Sun offered to oreet a fence 8 feet in height complete for $651. George 11. Truitt, representing I the Haliubnry l.nmlver Go., ottered the UourtW^i f|s.75 per 1.000 feel in Hi fool ; length«/posts at 10 and 2.5 ernl « tier tool ; ,8x4 «tringer piece* at Six |sr 1.000. Tim Hamilton Box Go. of Chester presented a bid to furnish hoards. 10 feel in length, at $20 per 1,0011 feet ; 3x1 «tringer pieces ât 922..50 per 1,000 feel nnd 0-foot ehrst nut poatsal 45 rents each. The eommittee on grounds, consisting of Mr*»rs, Holcomb, Toman, Madden and Deemer, have had the matter placed in their hand* and will supervise the con »troe.tion of the fence in addition to level ing the grounds A bid for digging post boles was sub mittfd by William Pedrick and the price was 6 rent* each for digging ont I he earth, from the place* where the old posts were formerly planted, or H rents eaeh if a new lino of post hole* is to be mtnle T he matter was left with the committee. Mr. Deemer was authorized to enter into a contract with Real Estate Agent Bingham of the Pennsylvania Railroad Co., for a lease of the ground for athletic «porte at a rental of $50 per year, on lie half of the association, until the body Imeome* incorporated, and can hold prop erty. Mr. Dccmer Mated that there was no prospect of the ground Iveing needed by the owner* for any pur|K>»e soon. An i order was directed drawn for $25, for six i month*' rental, to Ire sent with (he lease, ! Treasurer Peeeh reported $222.02 on . hand. The meeting adjourned until next. M odneaday evening The engagement of Mis* Gladvs Hclli vxcll, formerfy of this city, now of Middle town, and Lieut. Walter Rodney, a nephew of John H. Rodnev. has been announced The marriage will take place in July. Lieut. Rodney is well known hero, where be Im* resided. Preparation« are alaml completed for the b»ll which will be gitrn in the Opera House on Fourier Monday night. James Mi-Pike will furnish the music, with violin, cornet, piano, piccolo and lra|>s. Lhorc «a» a shortage of oysters in thin city yesterday morning, hut now oyster« are to be Imd in plenty. G. S. King secured shipments during the day hv the Major Rc.vIniUI, the Ik-laware railroad and the freight line of the Wilmington, New Castle and Southern Railway Go. I he Jim Shoe«. $3.50—Shaw s * Work is progrès- mg at the Gmmbrill mills and the services ol another carder have been secured, for the pm-|aise of re building the machinery, which is now assembled in the upper story of what is known as the new part, No detinite lime, has been announced for the stalling of the plant, which iaanxiously awaited by many jieople. A number ot persons now cm played in Ibe steel plant» and those at. work in Philadelphia and other places watch closely for an annoiiooment as to when the plant isfe be placed inoperation. Harry t Hiver amt Em.. MeGmry aro in receipt of a letter from a Wilmington baseball team claiming that they have been signed by that team lor the aeneon. They say they hare signed with the Now Castle A. A. team. Emmet R. Simon of Rose Hill i« one of the fortunate duck hunters of this «potion, having, within two weeks, killed 41 ducks. Xeeierday tic bagger! 13 lino black ducks on the Delaware River front directly opposite Rose Hill. Raymond I'Dooley, aged 1 year, son of H. Dooley of Clayton and Ninth streets. died yesterday. John Davis, an employe of the Brylgen Steel Co..was taken suddenly ill yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hermann Pauls'rg have returned from their trip to the Virginia, Something for the Home. This ia the time of the year when it be Ihoova* Mother» to watch rn'refidly the health of their children. A alight exposure to the weatherntlen brings on a heavy cold which i If nnl treated in Um* develops into Pneu : nioni« : « sore throat, if allowed to run on. I xn»y become a severe case of Bronchitis Tonsiliu* ; babies suffer with Croup, which ia very dangereux. Therefore, every mother should keep m her home a aafe. clean, sure remedy upon which she can rely in such rmergenrie* PARAGAMFH (Piret Aid to (he Injured) is that remedy. If you have never tried Fararamph. cut out toe coupon below and present it at N. B Panforth '» Drug Btoie (or a sample bottle. Do it Isdxjrl Thia coupon ia good (or one Free Sam ple ol PARACAHPH Plrsl Aid to the Injured if aigned »nd presented et N. H Dan fora a Drug Store, Market and Second Btraet*. v --—* ____ Address.« P&raeaniph ia absolutely purr, clean and aale to uac, contain» no opium, morphine, cocaine or other narcotics. It ie unequalled for immediate relief of Colds, Ho re Throat and Cheat. Croup. Ncuraleia. Rheutnatinm, From Chapped Hand* and Face, bprains, Bums, Cut-s. Bruise*, etc. Fathers endorse it ; mothers praise it ; children ask for it. Every Bottle Guaranteed. Hoiall «ixe 25 cents ; family $ues 50 ctuu ftJaU SI.00. lu l'ATAumph Co« Louisville, tj. whore (hoy witnessed (he marriage of their «on. Richard K. Swift nnd Mi»« Addie H. Sinclair at The Klin». Fredorii-kfbui-g. Mr. and Md». Radi hy Him and Mrs. 1. E. Sweet and sou of rimniN. N. Y. The eluuiocl of Immanuel 1'. li. t'httreh was iar|>otrd yesterday by the VVilmiiig ton Kumiturn Co,, through efforts of the ladies of the ehtirrh. Mrs, Harry Patterson, formerly of this city, was (mriod in Philadelphia on Tues day. Mr. Patterson was formerly an Engineer at the laskor plant and resided on South I bird street. Arthur Driscoll, who has hern oeenpy ing the property on North Second street, nnl by William Sallmnrch. will more to the Joseph II. King properly, on North pun li d »ere were hit Second, now occupied by Jam«» King, aller April 1st. George T. Tobin has moved from the Harmony street property to the house, vacated by John Tobin on I'ifth street near Harmony. Among the sick: John B. Montgomery, conductor on the trolley Ifnc. who has Ik'cii conlined to his homo with the. grip for a week, is recovering. fresh hsh and oysters King«.* Personal: Bert Everton, formerly of the Wilmington A. A. baseball team, was a visitor here yesterday and met many friends Mrs. William P. Marlin and Mrs. Kli/iiboth Wright of Philadelphia have lieen visiting here—Isaac Mayor of Ches ter has secured a position with the Maldt Steel Co. SEAFORD. be present, I he funeral of Henry E. Cannon, who died Saturday in a Philadelphia hospital, look place from hi* late residence on Pino street .yesterday afternoon, at I .JO o'clock, conducted by Rev. P. II. Rawlins, John II. Wright and Miss Nelli« Htg mill, a young toupie from near Bridge ville, were married here yesterday after noon by Rev. B. W. Kindley. The tved ding occurred in Magistrate George B. Park s office. John Benton and Miss Anna I». Harri« of Deal's Island, Md., worn quietly mar Special Correspondence ol Kvery Kvening. Scaford, March 22. Hohnh Lodge, No. IH, Knights of Pythias, will hold a social evening next Monday night. J. J. Ly 1 larger of Wilmingt and other prorni *i»t Knight« of I'ytliian are expected to ried at the Methodnt Protestant par «image by Rev. B. W. Kindley, on Tuea day morning. The couple rame here on the steamer Enoch Pratt and returned home after the wedding on the same boat. Halbert 11. Robinson haa «old his property at the eomer of North and King streets to Gordy A Son, who will erect a steam laundry thereon. Personal; Samuel Stewart of Wilming Ion s|ient Sunday with his brother, John D.Stevvurt Miss Hopkins a nil Misa David son of Cambridge, Md, and Mrs. Emma Hopkins of Laurel are visiting Mrs. John D. Stewart Mrs, W. I). Stevens spent the first of the week in Baltimore — Miss Maud Dorsey, after making an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Alexander Donoho, has returned fo her home in Clarksville, Md. Miss Cora Willin has rc turned from a trip to Philadelphia— Louder Thiinqieon haa returned from Bid I i more, whore he had an operation Pi-rfm im 0 m John» rllopkins Hospital Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of Cambridge, Md., have been visiting here —Rev. R. K. Stephenson of Wilmington spent Tuesday in tow n Miss Linda Slovens has returned from a visit in Baltimore— Harry B. Miles of Georgetown is visiting his brothers Ira B. and J. Emery Miles- Mr. and Mrs. James Harris of Delmur are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Harris— B. K. Gordy is visiting at. Laurel. DOVER. bps, hi I i i rvoeoniuiucH m averr Rvaniaa. Dover. March 22. Roscwell Ham mond, James M, Satterfield ami Charles II. LeFevre, «11 member« of the Kent comity bur, yesterday took the exami nation» for admission into the (Tourt of Chancery and (Missed suceosalully. l ire al the »Inlilc of James ('. Flower* on Governor's avenue, early yesterday morning, assumed u serious aspect for a while owing to the high wind blow ing and the large number of frame buildings adjacent. By the prompt rrs|M)iiN» of the Robbing Hose Go. the fire was soon gotten under control, but not until the stable was almost a total wrack. The origin of the blaze i* a mystery. President .1. L. Johnson of Dover Dis trict l-'.pworth I-eagne ha* secured Dr. I M. Randall, general secretary of the Kpnorlh League, and Dr. I,. \\ . Munhnll as speaker* for the evening servions at the next annual district convention to he held at l-'ederalsburg, Md., October 12fh and fifth, 1906. Interest in the revival services being conducted at the First Baptist Church, hy Evangelist Thomas Needham and his assistant. Prof. James Roy Holds, i» steadily increasing, many being turned away from the church each evening unable to get neeommodation*. \ movement is being agitated to secure the Dover Opera Houae. to fiold the Monday service«. RED MEN VISITED BY CHIEFS. Special Corresp >n.lcnc» of lUerjr Evening March 22. Charles Mi-Intyre and Great Chief of Reeonls I dward "McIntyre of \\ ilming tini paid an otfii-ial visit to Tusoarora Tribe, No. 22, imp'd O. R. M., Tuesday night. They were given a hearty wel rome ami responded in interesting talks, praising the tnlie for its continued growth and the good it is doing in this community. After the business meeting the memliors and visiting meinbem were »mod with corn and venison. iScafonl. Gavels (or President Shortlidge. At the meeting of the Board or Educa tion last evening. William J. Burton, a member, presented two gavel* to Presi dent K. G. Shortlidge. < tnc i* ot mahog any nnd contains this inscription: "No mailer how unruly (he scene, Ibis gavel will quiet the thirteen," and the other is of walnut. It contains these pills. Just a gentle tap. all disorders this gavel is in order." The gavels will lie used by the president at the board meeting*. words: I-or "N oil. Dr. Murray to Return Tonight. Rev. W. L. S. Murray. D. !>., the re tiring ;wstor of St. Paul's M. K Church, who has been appointed pastor of Wash ington Height* M F. Church, will return this evening from Salisbury, Md , where he ha* been visiting since the s*»sion of conference, and tomorrow- he. will go to Washington, where, he will preach .Sunday. on Father Tierney at the Cathedral. Father Tierney of Emmilshurg. Md., was the speaker last evening lor the third of the louden course of lectures in the Cathedral, Sixth and West street*. The attendance was large. Money for Trinity Church. It is understood that $13.000 ha* been raised towards paying off the indebted ness upon Trinity Episcopal Church. The remaining $3,000 may be raised by Easter and the entire debt can then lie paid off. Free Entertainment. v ,°'' r * ive * and sweet hearts to the free entertainment and open meeting tonight at S o'clock, Bader s Hall, Seventh and Shipley alreeu.* ■ j | | DANDRUFF A REASON The United Drug Company, turers of the Rexall Remedies, for whose prepiT-a lions agents in this city, make gOO remedies, one for each ill. Each one is especially pre pared to cure one dis ease, and that only. This is an age of .spe cialists. You don't contract with a plumb er to build your w hole bouse, do you ? Why should you contract with one proprietary medicine to cure all your troubles. Oftentimes you run across a building c n tr.» tor who has a vpa plhtnbing depart ment, Bis own plasteiing department, and so on, all of which dovetail to gether and build the house. This is just what TheUnilod Drug Com pany is doing for you in the medicine line. They havu cut down profits; they manufacture Hex all remedies for over •J.'VIO retail druggists. These druggists are the only intermediate profit that stand between T he United Ping Company and the patient. Could The United Drug Company, of bien we are a number, afford to make one poor medicine in this line? Poes not common *• use tell you that medicine would ruin die sale of the other 109 préparations? If you ooughta Recall prepara tion and it didn't do for you what we claim it will, would you buy another one of our articles? We believe not. Therefore naeh preparation must he good—it is good We who are in the drug bus. ifiess know the formula* of these Rexall prepara tions. We, be lie vein them so implicitly that we stand bark of them, with our guarantee tore fund you your money if they do not benefit you. Is your hair coming out hy great combsful ? Every combful causing a pang of fear for the fu ture. manutac we aie Docs a white trail of dandruff sift over shoulders ? One bald spot has already ap peared, You manage to hide it. but it is spreading rapidly. Is the hair you have left turn ing gray or fading and makes you look old and bemcly when you arc still young ? Have you tried many restora tives that gummed your hair into a sticky mass—but accomplished nothing else ? Then Rexall "D3" Hair Tonic is the remedy you need. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is whol ly free from grease or sediment, and will neither gum the hair nor soil the clothing or pillows. It is clear and clean. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic stops falling hair and permanently ban ishes dandruff. It docs this by destroying the cause—the microbes. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will quickly cover the bald spots with a vigorous growth of hair. We guarantee to grow hair on all heads where a spark of life re mains in the roots and where the follicles have not grown over. It makes a delightful dressing, and keeps the scalp clean and healthy. We sell a large bottle for fifty cents that we guarantee to do all we have claimed or refund your money. rate poor N. B. DANFORTH, Druggist THE STORE WORK OF DELAW AlililMTFAl As Reported at the Annual Meeting of the Corporation. SUBSTANTIAL GIFTS RECEIVED Increasing the Facilities of the Institution. his get During; the V milted, hu T rimtee* hii ■ ulug Vear. • «04 I'ftMenta Were .%t|. creNna of 24 Ovu il Officers Kieuled lor the En* The annual mee ting of the Delaware Hospital was held at tbe Hospital yes terday alteraoou. The following trim tees were elected Tilgbraan Johnston, Draper, Dr. Uamuel K. Smith, Miss Alice K. Johnston, Miss h. Cornelia Bowman, Mrs. William G. Meudinhali, Elizabeth A. Charles K. Miller nod Mis.Finston Lea. The retiring officers were re-elected ce follows: TilgQrasn Johnston, presi dent ; Dr. Linton .Smith, vice-presi dent; Henry G. Jonos, treasurer ;VVil liam G. Bancroft, secretary. The hospital autV was re-sleeted (ot the eoHUing year as follows: Consult ing Physician, Dr. William R. Bul lock; Surgioal Department, Drs. James A. Draper, John Palmer, Jesse Wil liamson and James A. Draper. Jr. ; Medical Department, Drs. John P. Wales, Willard Springer, William Chandler Pierce nnd Joseph P. Wales; Specialists, Drs. Read J. McKay, eye and ear ; J. A. Kllogaod, nose and throat; Henry J.Stubfia, gynaecology ; (or feur years: Dr. James A. William R, Bullock, Miss Mrs. lirioKburatg William C. Speul.mao, mouth; Deotsl Department, Dr. William C. Speakman, Dr. Lewia Rumford ; Dispensary De partment, Drs. George C, Crawford, W. C. Watkins, Liudley L. Munson; Dispensary (or eye, throat. Dra. Read J. MoKay, K. Ray mond Tybnut, J. A. Ellegood, Will ism G. Winner: dispensary gyamoologist, Dr. Hannah M. Thompson ; patholo gist«, Drs. Albert Robin nnd Harold L. Springer; X-r«y department, Dr. Samuel Romford; superintendent, Miss Anna M. McLean. The report ol President Johnston for the past year contained tbe following: The endowment fund bat been creased $5,000 by tbe gift of Mrs. Rich ard P. Gibbons and her daughter, Mto. George A. Elliott,to endow a bed in memory of Richard P. Gibbons. Through the generosity of Mrs. Eugene du Pont, one of tbe rnanegeis and ear, uoso and to Dr. Hiller's Anodyne IB BABIES '<£> Sa Ithcyi The baby 5« an infant Trust that will thrive and grow fat on Dr. Miller's Anodyne. It gives the mother the heart to do her work, in that it helps the baby to u„i „ * , ,, , . ' hel P ,tsclf - At al * drug Stores. I Prices lO and 2j cents. trustees, the Unab ward, which formerly used na a aurgtoal ward, baa been mauo into an auditorium, in which meetings, lectures, etc., can be held. The improvements include put ting in n new floor, new coiling, win dows, electric lights and painting the interior. Tbs exercises ol tbegraouat ■ Dj ales* of the training eobool tor Dorset will be held there, and the Uuuoty Medical fciuoiety bold the monthly meeting* tbere. Everybody appreciates the value and usefulness of Mrs. dufunt'a kindness. A most necessary want has been tilled by the gift of Mrs. Alexia 1. dul'ont and daughters in donating tu the hospital as a memorial tu ber husband. Dr. Alexis i.du Pont, a thoroughly equipped clinical and pathologies! laboratory and an X-Rey apparatus, and with great thoughtfulness agreeing to con tribute a fund sufilcient to support the operation of the same. The trustees have established a pathological depart ment and elected kit. Albeit lioiun chief and Dr. Harold Springer charge of same. Complete eats of in strumenta and apparatus for the lab oratory and X Ray bave been purchase:! and installed, and much benefit bn« been received by the physicians their investigations o: cases connected with the work of the hospital. Tbe interest of Dr, Willard tiptinger in connection with tbe matter is duly acknowledged. As tbe cost ol these two gilts has not been reported to tbe treasurer, and tbe bills were nqt paid was i a : :: by him, no account of it will appear in tbe treasurer'« part for tbe year, but as a matter ol loot the equipment item or asset has been increased over $1,500. The treasurer's report shows a bal aooe in band on December 31, 1901, of $3,HA1,04; in addition we received $2,( 89.00 from the board ol maongera and $5.000 from Mrs. Richard K Gibbons and her daughter, Georgs A. Elliott, memory of Riohsrd P. Gibbons. This amount was paid loto the endowment luod. Tbe oasb balance with which to commence tbe new year was 13,002.80. During the year the board bat learn ed of a legacy ol 92,000 devised under tbewillof James Ö. Dobb. The mem bers of the Levy Court of New Castle county, recognizing (be value ot tbe work ol tb) hospital, were willing that an annual payment should be made towards a compensation lor tbe (ree work done, and the Legislature parted an act authorizing it to do so. 1 be hospital received tbe sum of <500 from tbs Levy Ucurt in May, 1905. Tbe annual subscriptions were increased $407; cash donations $315.00; income from endowment fund $207.81, while tbe receipts from patients de creased $888. The income receipts were $10,8.15.88 and maintenance expense«, including tbe interest on loan, $.8,039.05, leav ing a deficiency of $1,204,07. This was made up out ot a cash balance on hand, being receipta|liom tbe hoard of managers. The cost per patient pet Mr*. to endow a lied id day was $1.34. lu lOfXT the hospital admitted 061 patients, an increase of 24 over 1001, and gave 13,472 days' service, an in crease of 673 days; tbe number treated in the dispensary was 1,019,an increase of 85. ibe fallowing summary is given by Mr. Johnston: Number of patients remaining in the hospital December 31, 1904, 22; number of patients ad mitted during 1!05, 664 ; number ol patients discharged and died,6. 0 ; num ber of patients remaining in hospital December 31, 1905, 36; cumber ol deaths during tbs year, 60; number of deaths within 24 hours of admission, 29; numbers ol day's eeivice, 13,472-; number of patients treated in dispen sary, 4,019. President Johnston continues; "The death of Dr. Ogle removed from our stntf one of its most faithful nod use lui members. He had been connected with the work for msoy years and was always a devoted friend of tbe boepital. Dr. James A.Draper, Jr., was selected to fill tbe vacancy. Ur. William Marshall, Jr., has been tbs resident physician, assisted by Dr. If. & Ink setter. '' ARBOR AND BIRD DAY. Superintendent Twitmyer Suggests a Proper Observance in the City Schools. Superintendent Twitmyer of the oily solinols ha* sent a letter to eaeh of the i S*la having uppropriate cxerciws and ai»., having the rooms tastefully decorated. lie Mitocr>is the following subjects for "'"ThefiKt"^ of Arbor nay," «The p.u "What We Owe Tree*.'' "Birds in Iheir p' lmrn' "\iv " av ordc îree/' 1 " 11 .e Rinil U^cVinis'V > ! ,, ;iCa i rë-' , S'7?n; s. hooi (iroun.i- Might Me Beautified "I 1 ... I . PtMt,. lion ol Birds In Delaware." "What the School Children May I*o 'I nwards Beautifying Our City.'' "Die Forei-try Problem in America. ' "School (.airfu , "Effect of Pestnn'tion of f orests. "The Killing of Birds for the Decorating ol W omen « Hat»." "Some Causes W inch Injure frees.' "Histones 1 Trees: the Constitutional Eltn, the Big 1 rec. the ( 'harter < *ak, Penn Treaty Tree the Washingion Elm, Liberty Tree«, the Rhode Island Sycamore, the Cary Tree.'' PARK LOAN ORDINANCE. In All Probability it Will be Patted by City Council This Evening. City Council will, in all probability, at it« meeting this evening, pass the or dinance providing for a loan of 930,000 for the benefit of the Board of Park Com missioners, of which $15,000 is to f>c used in improvements, including payment of part of the cost of the new bridge to bo placed across the Brandywine at Van Buren Irret, by the Water Department, and $15,000 for the purchase of park land. It was proposed to take over some (rai ls at West street entrance to the park, which were purchased some time ago hy William P. Bancroft and held by him subject to the wish of the fvoard, but last night, at a conference between member« of Council, member* of the Park Board and Mayor W ilson, it, was decided not to lake over the West street latid at this time, but instead to purchase ground in the Fourth ward, to he used as a park or playground, the. location of which is yet to be decided. WEST CHURCH MEETING. The congregation of West Presbyterian Church held a meeting last night for the purpose of considering the purchase of the building occupied by the Baird Me morial Mission, on West street below Third, but no action was taken on the matter, it being referred to the seasion and board of trustees with power to act. Lynford A. Thomas was elected a trustee to succeed A. A. Capelle, deceased. Garbage Disposal. As it will be neo nance providing method of garbage disposal. Council can not act on the specifications at the meet ing this evening. Au ordinance govern ing the matter will I« drafted by City Solicitor Townsend, after w hich the spoci» ficatioits will come before Council for action. •essary to pass an orcli for the proposed new Initiative and Referendum. Rev. Herbert S. Biçelow of Cincinnati, O., lectured, last evening, on "The Initia tive mid Referendum," before the District Council of Carpenters, in the Bader Build ing. The address was interesting and was appreciated by the large attendance. Fire Damage at William Bush's Residence. Damage fo (he extent of S300 was done by the fire at, the residence of William Bush, at Delaware and < irecnhill avenues yesterday afternoon. The Water Witch and Phoenix com] «mies responded to a still alarm and extinguished the blaze. $10,000 to Invest in good household furniture. The Big Store offers the highest cash prices for store, hotel, entire or part of household dwelling; also, good clothing. Call send postal. Both phones. Bros., Fifth and King streets.* Released From Custody. George Robinson, colored, who convicted and sentenced to pay a fine and serve four months in prison for having attempt eil fraudulently to obtain a pension from the government, was released from the workhouse yesterday. Pastor Stephenson Surprised. Rev. and Mrs. R. K. Btephenson «ere tendered a delightful surprise part evening by (he members of Scott Church, in honor of the return of Mr. Stephenson as pastor of the church for another year. -a McMahon was y last M. K. TEETH INSURED FOR ONE DOLLAR A YEAR "New Meiliod" l it Mali New rial« fTork anri all Kind* of HpecliUy of Kepnirft. One dollar a year is »11 it cost* at «10:2 Market Street to liave your teeth cared for by our "New Mstfiod" Plan. In other word«, we guarantee to keep your teeth in perfect condition (or 365 days, at an ex. pense to you of about one quarter ol a cent a day. We issue n card to all potronn, good for year. II entitles the holder to frequent examinations of (he teeth to me if (hey in good condition. If they are not, we do whatever repair work 1» needed or extract teeth when that I» required. It ia worth $1 a year to anyone to know that his or her teeth ere being watched os a precaution against the inroads of decay, in addition to that »«summ-», you get your teeth cleaned, tilled, extracted us conditions may demand, and remember we guarantee all work lo bo perfectly painter«. We make a specially of crown and bridge ■ ur work. All ptiilee guaranteed to fit or no charge is made. Kepntr work ta also a fine art with 0». Old plates are remade as good n« new. ln ihn making ol our plates we give particular attention lo facial ex pression, romovirg ol wrinkle«, and to the color and size of the teeih. Row oficn have with teeth you noticed a little rullshla for it woman six foot man. or vice varsa? With properly made pistes, wrinkles are r.-inoved and can detect thal y no one have false teeth. There will be no dropping of plates or rattling of false teeth. II you have a good til. We can correct these defects if they exist In Ibe plates you now wear. !f your teeth are an noying you and you leel embarrassed for fear somebody else notices them, come in «qd let us examine them. W hatever xre do (or you will be FREE OK CHARGE, If we do not give you absolu e satisfaction and comfort. A personal talk with «il persona not soti-fied with Iheir pistes, la all we ask. We make a personal study of every mouth examined and build plates to fit. We also give particular attention to gold fillings, and extractions. This Is a line of w°rk that we ere able by our "New Method lo do and give you no p«ln what ever. In fact, we claim all work absolutely pninloM by the une of the Inti at digrorerio« in Miia..i«tlui, ft of all, wo try to pre •erve ibe teeth from need ot repair. Dur ■pedal tooth powder, used ns directed, will keep the teeth white and decay. Hundreds ha save them from tried our "Now Method" 1 Ian aiui testtty to Its nd van! Age«. One dollar is our tUad charge for all eiMtomern, lor a imriod of one year. No | iau could be simpler or morn fair. Our dental parlors at »Market Street are centrai to all and attractively titled up. Al* our work is guaranteed. Method" Dental Farlnre, tK Market btraet, ■ Second (loon. Wilming ton Del. Hour»: »to 6; 7 to 8 :I3 ov.ntng» ; Sunday., lo to J. I-bonu U. à. A. U»L Bronchitis more than a cough; it is a deep-seated inflan*. -^nation or catarrh of the bronchial tubes and - * - . lung«—allied to as thma. ana tne most fruitful source ol consumption. It baffles all schools o! medicine, and cough cures, loaded with nai cotics are worthless and harmful, because no remedy taken internally only, ever did or can cure. BRAZILIAN BALM, the germicide bah R nm, alone has triumphed in every case for 20 — r years. Take IS drops every 2 hour* and BB BtTBF to bathe the throat and chest with hot. clear Balm every night. That is the secret, rt penetrates, miners the Inflammation, kills the germs, stops the coughing and raising of phlegm, restoring the lungs to the vigor of yonth. Get the 50« or Sl.OO bottle, keep np the treatment faithfully for a few weeks and we guarantee a rare clear down to fbe last stage of quick consumption. No cocaine or opiates. B. F. Jackson & Co, Indianapolis, Indian^ LENTEN SPECIALS AT TURNER'S. These arc fine fish and price is very low. Fat ninall mackerel al $1 35 kit. Just in, Scotch Herring in large wooden box, at 18c, 3 for 60c. Fine new good??. Now Gulf Shrimp, 9c; 3 for 25c. Now Lobster, 25c. Now Hod Salmon, very fine, lie. Imported Sardines, exrra, I2*^c. Extra Norway Mackerel, 20c lb, or ? 1.85 kit EXTRA DRIED FRUIT. Apricot« special—Large, ripe fruit, l7o, 3 lb§ 50c. Large Black llich Prunes, 3 Iba 25c. Now Mixed Pitted Cherries. 20c. WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE FOR GOOD COFFEE Not equaled hr this city. Holland Blend, 27c, 4 lbs $1.00 F. P. TURNER MARKET AND f SEVENTH STREETS. Hundreds Turned Away from the Big Auction Sale of Jewelry and Silverware Now going on at No. 719 Market Street. Daily at 2.30 and 8.30 p. m. ■ Every Afternoon and Night. All kinds of fine Watch and Jewelry repairing done during sale, and after alterations, on second floor of same building. Chairs reserved for ladies. Jeweler, Joseph Kern 9 No. 719 Market SI. Sales conducted by Theodore Stanton & Co. f] <v I High Grade Coal. i Pill your coal bins with a supply of our High Grade Coal and be prepared for the much talked about strike. This coal is the best mined and after going through a cleaning process it is free from dirt and all foreign matter and therefore can safely guarantee satisfaction in quality and quantity. é a I we m m EDW. R. PÜSEY, 813 E. Fifth SI. D. f, A. 1337. O ' Delmarvia 2827. O m STORAGE. STORING PACKING HAULING SHIPPING Our fifteen years experience in storing and handling houM'liolu goods warrants us insuring satisfaction to our patrons. Guarantee Storage & Warehouse Co. Ninth and Shipley Sts. Third and French Sts, W L gather up things from all parts of the city. Our delivery man will call where at any time that suits you, and you can depend on him always. Write us or tele phone us and we'll endeavor to serve you better than any other laundry cau. Imperial Sleam Laundry, any 503 Shipley SI. Itolh |iliuu«». if PHILADELPHIA DENTAL PARLORS. TEETH. $5.00 PER SET. j ' '■ V ' The best $5.00 Teeth in the State. Teeth, $8.00 and $10 Per Set. lo»i|i\eiy *M 4 inl«M ex trad 11 a »pet inky No better Made. 'litt. iiOlu fill mg and uriugj All work ffiiamutced. Dr. HENDERSHOT, 703 Market St., Wilmlnaton coo» .or in. Ill* cola TuolU. * *BOMK1?• £*174«».