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I? [J n flj His Case Has Been Laid Before Governor Lea, With Copies of Official Records. MISBEHAVIOR IN OFFICE . , , „ .. . _ is Established by Conviction and Sen* lence, Is the Gronnd Upon Which His Removal Is Asked. WAS FINED 5200 BY THE COURT For Laxity In His Administra tion of the Jail. THE SHERIFF 18 A UNION REPUBLICAN It is understood that an application has been made to Governor I«a for the removal from office of Hheriff Elijah Lynch of Sussex county, on the grounds of mis behavior in office. At the recent terra of the Court of Gen eral Sessions in that county, Sheriff Lynch pleaded guilty to an indictment for mis behavior and laxity in office. Ho was charged with allowing prisoners to go at Urge and to escape from the jail. A lino of $200 was imposed, and he was repri manded by Chief Justice Lore. A copy of the records in the case has been filed with the governor, and ho has been requested to remove the official by virtue of the provision in the State Con stitution, Section 8, Article XV. os follows; "All public officers shall hold their offices on condition that they behave themselves well. The governor shall remove from office any public officer con victed of misbehavior in office or of any infamouacrime." It is probable that Governor Lea will give Sheriff Lynch a hearing before he acts finally in thq, matter. According fo the law, he ''shall remove him from office" and lias no discretion. The fact that Sheriff Lynch pleaded guilty to the charge, and that he was punished by the court, is held to be sufficient evidence of mis tiehavior, and it is aruged that the gov ernor must remove him. Sheriff Lynch is a L T nion Republican, and if removed bis successor will be ap pointed by Governor Lea, which may cause political compilations that will not tend to advance the interests of har mony within the ranks of the two factions of the Republican party in this State EPISCOPAL CONFIRMATIONS. Bishop Coleman has arranged for con firmations in churches of the diocese as follows: April 28—Evening, St. Andrew's Church, Wilmington. April 29—Morni April 29—Morning, Christ Church, Christian* hundred; evening, Newark. April 30—Evening. Milford. May 5—Morning, Smyrna; afternoon, Townsend; evening, Middletown. May 9—Evening. Millsboro. May 10—Evening, Long Neck. Mav 13—Morning, Immanuel Church, W llmington; afternoon, Stanton; evening, Newport. May 16—Evening, St. Matthew's, Wil mington. May 18—Evening. Clayton. May 20—Seaforoand Bridgeville. May 21—Evening, Grace Church, Brandywine hundred. May 23—Evening, Harrington. May 24—Evening, Milton. May 25—Evening, Indian River. May 27—Morning, Ellis Grove; after noon. Little Creek; evening, Deimar. June 3—Morning, Little Hill; afternoon, Broad Creek; evening. Laurel. i SALE OF THE OLD AND NEW. The time is ripe for discarding many articles about house« and stores, and the mangement of the Homoeopathic Hos pital again ask for all sorts of thin« for the stock of the rummage sale in Octo tier. With the completion of the new building comes the necessity for more funds. It is hoped that friends of the Hospital will respond generously as they always have. Notify Mrs. C. N. Trump, 1311 West Thirteenth street, D. A- A. 358, or Mrs. W. G. Mahaffy, 1002 West Ninth street l*. A A. phone 1089. Musicals at Grace Church. Miss Elda Idle's Junior Vocal Club will give a musicale in the Sunday-school ball of Grace M. E. Church at 8 o'clock Mon day evening, April 30th. There is some excellent talent preparing for this enter tainment and a programme of real merit is promised. Conundrum Tea. The Ladies' Aid Society of Elsmere Presbyterian Chapel will give a conun drum tea in the chapel tomorrow evening from 6 to 9 o'clock. GUARANTEED LIQUOR CURE No D.tantlan from Work orLo—of Timi Tr.slre 1er Urtnk Daatroyed by Orrlna. When on» of our molt Tellable drugglite mnkee a poettlve statement that he will guarantee to cure the liquor habit if Orrlne le und In accordance with direction« or retond the money, it ebows bis great faith in the treatment. It is in this way that Orrlne ie sold by the leading drugglit in nearly every city and town. In every boy ie a registered guarantee which entitles you to a refund of your money If Orrlne fells to effect a cure. No other cure (or the liquor habit has been eold In tbte way and the remarkable Î iuarentae show« how much superior Urrlae ■ to the ordinary «anitcrimn or home treat ment. There Is no detention from work or loe» ol time when Orrlne Ie used. It destroy« the deelre for liquor, so that the drink will not be mlined, and al.o cure« the deranged dtgutlon, weakened nerve« ana other 111 effects ot etoeestve drinking, restoring the patient to perfect heath. Otrlno is prepared In two forme, No. 1. the secret remedy wblub can be used in food drink without the knowledge of the patient; No. 8 for those who take the remedy ol thefr own free will. Both forme •re "beolnuly guaranteed to cure or they will coet nothing. Treatise on how to uuru dntkennem free on request. Orrlne Oo., Washington, D. U. The prloe of either form Is »1 s box, making the oost of the complet« cure lees than nne-lentb what la ueually charged at sanitariums, with n guarantee that the etpense will he nothing unies» t cure le gained. Orrlne Is for sale by N. B. Danfortb. druggist, becond and Market. <>r Er, Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder Cleuisea and beautifies the teeth and purifies the breath, tTsed by people of refinement tor over a quarter of a century. Convenient for tourists. PREPARED BY c/. TRUSTEES OF THE POOR. , v inual Meellne at County llo.pl.Hl To.lity. Th* annual meeting of the Trustees of '>*« p«" 1 ' - was held at Famhurst Ä: The ,ollow,n * ofW9 were sSÂÏ^" enr burn. ti .Kindlon of Officer» iry. Black " Kesident Physician—Dr. W. Briggs. Coroner's Physician—Dr. J. \V. Bas tian. Secretary—Joseph C. Parker. Attorney—James W. Latiomus. Matron—Mrs. Annie Blackburn. First. Assistant —Miss Clara E. Blackburn. Second Pinder. Head Nurse, Female Department— Miss Minnie O'llanlon. Head Nurse, Male Department— David B. Ferris. Chief Engineer—George Poole. Foreman of Farm—John Brown. Coachman—Willis M. Durham. Watchman—George W. Groves. Assistant — Miss Emma President Henry appointed the fol lowing committees for the year: Accounts A. V. L. George, S. F. Sterling, E. P. Harris, Dr. John Ball, C. J. liorrigan. Secretary's Accounts—E. L. Clark, G. W. Wiggleswortb, William Fonni more. Superintendents' Accounts- James PolK. Z. P. Harris, Charles Jester. Finance—Joseph C. Parker, U. J. Horrigan, E. L. Clark. Hospital— G. W. W iggleswortb, James Polk, Dr. C. Henry. Buildings and Grounds—Dr. John Ball, B. J Dennison, A. V. L. George. Farm—Charles Jester, William Burge, 8. J. Dennison. Superintendent Blackburn made the following monthly report: Inmates, 152 whites and 20 colored ; total, 181; deaths, March 30th, Henrietta Wright, 55 years old: April 11th,Thomas Reed, aged 22; both colored and of Wilming ton; April lltb, James Tomlinson, 44 years old of Middletown. The board allowed the hospital pay-roll, tl50.84.and that for the emergency hos pital, $112, a total of $582.84. FREIGHT TRAIN DYNAMITED. Amodatccl Ma»» Otant urn o» -nemai *fir*» Wilkes-Barre. Pa.. April 25.—A freight train on the l-ehigh Valley Railroad was dynamited near Vatesville, a few miles from here, early today. The engine and three cars were thrown down an embankment, The engineer and fireman were slightly injured. There is no clue to the criminals. Some of the most prominent peo[ in the city are to participate in "TI District School," Tuesday, May 8th, at the New-Century Club, to be given by the Junior Auxiliary of Minqua dale Home.* ilo ho OBITUARY. Hannah E. Jones of Stanton died last Thursday. She was 75 years old. Thomas McGuire, aged 59 years, died on Sunday at 804 French street. Charles B. Tierney, aged 19 years, died on Monday at 317 South Van Buren street. Gen A. W. Evans, U. 8. A., retired, died at Elktoo, Aid., yesterday, lie was 77 years of age. Hamilton Jones, the infant who died at the Babies' Hospital on F'riday, was buried at the cemetery of Grace P. E. Church on Monday. Francis James Maddox, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Maddox, died on Monday at his parents' home, Louviers, near Wilmington. James L. Smith, aged 68, of Chris tiana, who died yesterday, will be buried on Friday afternoon, with ser vices at Christiana M. E. Church, and Interment at the cemetery there. The body of Josiah Sibley, whose death occurred in Philadelphia, was brought to this city yesterday and taken to the Wilmington and Brandy wine cemetery, where interment was made. PERSONAL Albert Hall of New York City spent yesterday here. A. C. Convery of New York city spent yesterday in Wilmington. J. H. Elton ol Woodstown, N. J., is vistiing Wilmington friends. James Turner of Baltimore, Md., is the guest of friends in this city. Bennett Adams ot East Lansdowne, Pa., has been visiting friends in this city. George H. Elliott and Alfred 8. Roberts are at the Chalfonte, Atlantic City. Miss Eleanor Thomas has returned from n visit to friemds in West Ches ter, Pa, Miss Marjorie Watson of Chester town, Md., is the guest of friends in this city. Miss Annie Pennell of 1400 West Fourth street is visiting friends in New York. Mrs.Lettie Robinson is on a month's visit to her sister, Mrs. 8. E. Paul of Parlin, N. J. ... Mrs. J. L. Steele is entertaining her sister. Mrs. Palmer McFadden of Bingerly, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Miller have visit to friends in returned from a New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ewing of Lombard, Md., are the guests of friends in this city. Col. Robert Mitchell Floyd and wife of New York are the guests of friends in this city for a few days. M iss Margaret Wood of Marshallton is the gm«t of her cousin, Miss Ireue Woodward of Westminster, Md. William H. Pugh, formerly of Har rison, M. J.. has taksn a position with the Baldt 8t«l Co. of New Castle. Walter l>. Wail« of HO« West Fourth street, one of the chief dispatchers of the P B. A W. railroad in this has been ill for several city, who weekâ. is improving. THE OLYMPIC GAMES. "wo Am-ric ! u Wars Winners in ths Uont-.ij fooSj. w r A. M. Phnlcrmn. ( I recce, April Daniels. .V 1 A. C., bolder of the world's championship J IJOyurd swimming Wold. ;he final heat in lia' KtO-mctre swim ming race here today. Time, I minute. 13 seconds. Hslmay. Hungary, second and Healey, Australia, was third. The frce-style discus throwing in the stadium was marked by a number of hue performances. Martin J. Sheridan, Insh Ainerican A- C., New York, the American Dis won t w as champion discus thrower, won. tance, -it metres, 48 centimetres, beating the world's record. Giorgantaa. Greece, was second, with 38 metres, 8 ceiiti Japviners, Finland, was third, witii 38 metres. 82 centimetres. The live-kiloroetre bicycle race was won by Vcrri. Italy. H. Crowthor, England, was second. The 20-kilometrc bicycle race was easily by W. J. Pett, Putney, A. C., Eng met res won land. Everybody will attend "The District SchooP' at the New-Century Club, Tuesday evening, May 8th.* ELKS' NEW TEMPLE DEDICATED Ansoc alcd Hit»» Dispatch by Hpeclal Wire*. Philadelphia, Pa.. April 25.—The Stk* ■W temple, erected by Philadelphia Lodge, No. 2 Benevolent arid Protective Order of Elks, was dedicated today. Delegations from New York, Washing ton, Baltimore and many western cities attended llie ceremonies. The dedication services were conducted by members of the Grand Ixxige, assisted by Rov. William 1. Ueany, chaplain of the New York Ixtdge and also chaplain of the Brooklyn navy yard, and Rev. Thomas Henry Johnstone of Mt. Carmel idge, No. 356. of Huntingdon. The s|x-akers included Jerome Eisner, former justice of the Supreme Court of New York, new !.. Champ S. Andrews, president of the board of governors of the Elks National Home, John Galvin, mayor of Cincinnati. United States Senator Boies Penrose, Joseph T. Fanning of Indianapolis, John K. lenor, treasurer of the Grand Lodge, and Gov. Montague and Senator Daniel of Virginia. K,f rj Kvenlng 1'rlllta More Waul Adv« than all the other newspapers in the city combined, burely no one can oak for bel ter evidence of the superiority of Every Evening as an advertising medium.* IN WALL STREET TODAY Ai.ert.ied Pre.i plicate» hr Speelsl wir»«. Wall Street, New York. April 25.—The in the New York stock opening prices market today allowed a moderate sympa thetic effect from the higher range in London, and there was a mixture of losses. Anaconda rose I?.». Bloss-Shofliold Steel and Colorado Fuel a [mint and Interna tional Pump %. United States Steel opened down pj, but the preferred stock was 1-8 higher. The market was not very active. lurk yuuiRtioa«. AatoeiaucPitos* Di»p*l0'i dt dp« Air#» New Y nr». April 25 —Th» »lock markst or«n»d Irregular. Amer.c«r AFoun.. 41 ß V Mi«aourl Pacific««... v3 amer.Oar <L K. prel.lui% *#w York Caninü...l?>' 4 A mal. OoppiV. M « a . M JO0% Norfolk A hb Atcblaoo.. . bv*» Northern l'acibc.....2l- , S 4 ton non. prat. ..... HOJ* 'hiurlOA We»*»™.. 4*1* iuacuud«. «,.264 »cnn»y I ▼«m*......... ll'y A mar. «mailing co.. 1M * Paopif* ii«*, yj Amer, bu»ar. «-Ja»»** Kur.« i»i«ad............ VGA« Amer, ixxioinoute. Al*. Kork Ulknd, pmi... f l LM..12ÔH Amer. Locom prei.«tl.i*.. Reading..... bAu.... IW „ Kcadliie. lat prat. KAO. pref V6 Heading, iid praL... ul Brooklyn Träumt... »l 1 * m» l*aui.-. -H» Canadian Pacific... id". *>utbern Uuaaaoaaio A Obio 56* toutbem. rral. MS Wucago <k N, W-ml, Southern Pacific....« Coi. iron <& Fual.«. le no. Coal and Iron 143 Colorado Boutnem. Texas Pacific.J 0. U. — no. ., Union P.fltlo,.._ 160 «>H Onloc Poclllc prêt, tv tri» lit nraf... 76 • U. S. Slc«l_....... kll«, M iirtl, . f« U. H. Steel pt.l _ 10» Ulluon Central...,...170 w.lm-ti . luterii't'o'l P.per... .O'*. Wabash pral....... Loui.rlll...IC*- 1 , Western union. »SH M„aaatt.n. . .164 Wisconsin Central- VIA. Msltopoillau St, R-l , Wlnonsm Can, plu * St ie_. «V. VO 1 : . New Turk Marnai». Anorlftta*! Prea* uiioatcb by apaeikt Wlrax Non York. April 25.—Flour, receipts, 16,28 bblx: sales, h r o bblR. Dull but «tendy . W hrai. receipts. 54.000 bushels; sales, LlfO.O'O bushels ha«v May. 15-16*67» July, 86V«a H y-16c; K* pi ember, so H-16s»8 Ih-HJc. Kye. dull; No. 2 Western, Too Mked f.o.b. New York. Corn, receipts, 80,8 h bushels: hales, 40,000 bush el». Steady. Way. 63?»aMH; July, W»*a68Hc. Beef, steady. Pork, »laady. Lard, barely steady; prime Western,f*.76af«.8a buvitr, raw. »teady: lair refining. i~ta2 2V-32c; oentruugal, V6-. test, ; %a3 13 33c. Moiassasaug»r. ill-82c. Heflueu, stasdy. crushed, 16.3.1 Powdered. U 60 (iranulated, 84 Petroleum.steady: rsuuad all ports, t7.55a87.uo. Coffee, quiet; Na 7 Bio. 8 l-16c. Wola ses lirm: New Orleans. 3oa38e. <■. rijii.a.iliiii. au.eu. Anr*".te<1 Freu dispatch OJ Spmtal Win» Philadelphia. Pa.. April 26.—Whsat, Ann; No. z red in export elevator, 86a»6,t^r; No. 1 Northern, do., DlaPiic: Na 2 Northern, da, »9. sue. Corn, flrm.%0 higher; Nc, 2 In export elevator, IMjaH» Oats, Una: Na 2 white natural, 19« Na 2 while clipped. II90. Bran, lirm; winter In hulk, t22.60ak23i ipnng ln .ec».. k-^ WaSZA Kell tied «Heart, .teadT: powaared, I4.66at4.70; granulated, »4.5 .atl.lio: confectioner. A, t4.4Ua »4,4 i; Key.tone A. HZUati.36, Butter. Arm: extra Weatern creamery, 22c; do. neeruy print., 23a Kee>. Arm, H 1 ' higher; nearby traah, 17o at mere: Weitern noth. 17K.o at mark. Live poultry, Arm; lowla, 14Sal6^c; roosters, 10c: winter chicken., ls»22e; ipnng oute k en», 2*a.H2c; ducke. 14al6c. gee«, izaizjto. dressed poultry, steady; fowls, choice, 14c; do. lair to good. lOJ-jC.i old roouers, lOV-c; running chicken., choice, 16c; da lair to good. I2al4c. Potato#,, arm. dull; Pennsylvania choice per buthel. S3.66C: New York, da da e0aS3c: New York lair to good, 4». 66« 70a Flour, steady. Hay, higher; timothy hay. No. 1, large bale., Î 19.14); No. 1. imll hale« 17.60*118: Na 2,116« 17; No. 8, »146914.60: no grade, »i(ia$l2; clover mixed hay. No. 1. »I4.60att6; No. 2. «18a »13. , a Wilmington Stood Quotation». Kcjoruu by ocott A Oak, Danken end Broken. Bid aud a»kcd uom to XMI a» to WO lo w «11* to ]JU «130 to 130 - ti to 9o National Bank of Dale war#.—*J0 tim National Bank.... Union National Bank........ ten mil Nation*! Bank.. > armen Bank.. .. . Wti. A Bran. National Bant... Security Trust A ba/e Deposit Co..216 lo Equitable Guar. A Trust Co..-.216 to Delaware Kail road. \N liming ton Trunt Co Ï30 - «9 10 42 - »5 to IDS W 11 ni I ii it I on Market». Tb# /oca! wna*u»ei# quoutuou* report«! bj 1. N. blAVlOU.' Sir« w oerr »«*. quart.. i oaittio«*». cr»W ... Apple*, barrel.,,. . ortAUtfe*. California, box pou toe», turret.. i uuvo«>t i>a»u#i. — Bvu.il PotAtoe». barrel.., Caoixtg»« new, crut«.. Celery, dozeu... Ci-iluce, bitfiket.. Kale, barrel.-.. ... 20c to Sue ...18.00 to H00 —•6,00 u> 67.UU - f0 to $3.75 — lo ...(I ÜÛIO fl.lO -.ftl.5U to |2. a6 ^.t0 10 6.25 .. 75c to fl 00 .61.25 to 61.50 75c io 61.' u bi.mach. t«rr»l... M .... Ig«», (DeLd.ul Md..) dos.. CUIukeUi*. Ute .. ......11.00 to »1.26 ...— 16c to 17c ...— 14c to 15c RUPTURE AMU DISEUSES OF THE RECTUM «r# uuvr tuitU uior# »fl#ctu#l!j bj Ua# g«uu# •» ud Lui uIm» "MDhLlTY** tnelbod than by auy oilier ireatmeuL Vary lew at# willing to b# Uii up by « dengerou» surgical operation wbll# bun* dreds are getting < uro l by the gentlor «ml »urar way. KxsnitUttUoa K1UCE, nothing to pey until cured. Write (or lull information. Hour» 8. JO to II «• a».* 0.30 to 8 p. in. Hundttjr», 1 to 3, onlv. FIDELITY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, t>. t. Cor. Eighth and Monroe btreets, WUxuiogion, DeL bpeci«U»t on Xluptui# aadfiecttl Dll#«»» 11/ jD F'/v mW» 11 • sJ / / » t Is1 Cw C/\ß» Successors to Wm. B. Sharp <S Co., tOUrth and Market StS • Mercerized Ti ff tas, They're Called, although there's not a thread ot silk in them. They do have all the beau tiful sheen and lustre; all the style and smartness ; all the new and pretty color combinations of the silk checks and stripes that are so fashionable and they are less than half the price of silks, are wider and wash better. We'd liketoshow you these pretty goods at our up-to-date white goods depart ment. They are only Stic a yard. Fin! Boor. Tor Early Spring Wear, if you want a white waist, and who doesn't this season of all others, a "white season," there is nothing prettier, noth ing more gervicable and noth ing os fresh and stylish ns a white madras waist. It's most too soon for Swiss waists for general wear, so have three or lour of white madras for the cooler days' wear. In the 25o line alone this, the white goods store of Wilmington, shows over sixty different designs. Gome and see how pretty they are and of what excellent quality. t mt floor. A Handsome blew Dress Weave has just come in brimful of style and beauty ; this fancy white serge with a tiny black hair line through it is just what you want for outing suits, stylish separate skirts, jaunty jucket suits, 54 inches wide, $1.00. A superb line of plain cream colored woolen dress goods at 30c, 50c, 65c, 75c. $1.00 and up. lire«« good«, first floor. • • r Plain White Duck Belts, wide or narrow, with gilt or nickel buckles, for Thursday only, 7c. Wide leather belts, soft crush leather of excellent quality ; a few dozen only in green, tan, red and brown : were 50c, for Thursday only, 17c. Belt depa tmout, fir-1 floor. W.H.Smlth&Co. D. &A. 407. Del. 1407 . 00 and Upwards $ 20 . Men's Clothes to Order An elegant assortment of the latest and most exclu sive Spring patterns. HEISS, MERCHANT TAILOR, 4 East Third Slreel. HADPOX-On April -3d. 1901. at Lonvlan. near Wilmington, Dal , Fram i. James, infant son 0/ u.-org« Amor, and Alicia Maddox. Interment private. 6M1TH—rudilenlf, at Chrt.U.na, Pol., on April 24th, 1906, Jcsae U Smith, nged «6 years U.latlve. and irlrnd., aim Lhn.tluna Guile, Na 2U Knight« ol the Oalden ragle-: Biaoatha Tribe, Na 42, Imp. Order of Red Wen. are re apectfullr Invited to at'eud the funeral Irom the rerMence c! hi. brother-in-law, Mr. Appleby. Chrlttlane, Bel. on Fndev afternoon. April ,7th. Leave the houae »t 2 o'clock, err vice. In M. K. Church et 2.80o'clock. Interment in II. If. cemetery. Without further notice. T1HHNKY—On April 23d, 1900. Charle. B„ ion of Mark and Mary Tierney, seed 19 years. Relative« and Irlands and member« ot St A loi-lui society ar* ra.peeltuhy lnv>ud to attend the funeral service, at the riddance ol nla parent# No. 817 South Van *\ . 1 Buivd street» on Ibutaday morning at 9 o'ct 81. Faui'l Church, cemetery. WALSH—In thli city, on April 23d, 1906, Patrick J. Walsh, aged (6 year. Relatives and friands are respectfully Invited to attend In. mneral Irom the reildenee of hi. brother, Peter J. Walsh, No. 816 Bennett street on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. High mass at 8L Mary's Church, lnt.rm.ut at the Cathedral cemetery. ock. Uifb M«*»«t Intprment «I L«thedr«l ^ndrrtnkrr». James T. Chandler, Undertaker and Embalroer, 214 West Ninth Street. ileicpUoue toouecuoiu M u A/ n. m SPRING SHIRTS by the hundreds; 60c to $3.50 in summer negligees. Attached cuffs, $1.00 to $3.60 with sepa rate cuffs, 60c to $2.00. Pleated bosoms, $1X0, $1.60 and $2.00. Whiins, plain colors, neat stripes, fancies and the new plaids, all sizes, 134 to 18. Roys'. 12 to 134, at 60c to$1.00. Great stock, sell ing plenty of them, and you will like them. Come in and look. Open Tuesday and Saturday nights. JAS. T. MULI.IN & SONS, 6tb and Market. PURE BLOOD Sulphur Lozenges. and Cream ot Tartar 10c for a generous shed box of them. An olil-lachlouaU remedy to e bendy end palatable form. They Clear the Complexion. (induite Druiflst, Opposite I'Mlofflce. FELL Belter Equipped Than Ever. Isaac S. Bullock h.i removed tit. Tin Hoofing. Spouting and Ue.ltr Work, Copper, limn and u.it.ulua Work, to 611 Shipley Street. Arco Elastic Carbon Painl. Cl tinrent We guarantee in every instance where our ARCO KLASIIC CARBON PAINT Is used cording to directions, that it will last on a root lor a period ol st lent, live rears. PHONES I thKil i>. A A. ZSlhJieliaarrla. For Sprains Ctris&Bruisas Sloans Liniment Prie o 23 f J0i& f 1-00 For Sale. Standard bred Bar and White Rock«, Partridge and Buff Wyandotte., 8 and R. C. Brown Leghorn,, tinted Humeri, Uingon», Rabbits and Canary Bird«, Gold Globe«, Lawn Seed, Bantams, Guinea Pigs. Binging Fiah Aquarium, and Flower Pot«, Pou try, Pigeon and l iait Food, supplies, lino ine of Bra«« Canary Bird Cage, of latou pat'em«. Chirk* and end Rabbits Call and see them. 7th and , Monroe Stl. MartinsPetSiore \\. J. MARTIN, Mgr. All kinds of Pigeon" and Rabbits wauled tooooooooj Second-Hand Furniture Wanted. ; Highest Cash Prices Paid. I tood slock ol furniture now on hand. i Call and see us before buying. Geo. Foster, 903 King Slreel. looooooooooooooooooooooooi Prof. John Townsend, 14 Years in Wilmington. I have made these cures by my massage and magnetic treat ment« ; Rheumatism, paralysis and kidney disease, head and spinal and hip disease, weak eye*, seminal weaknesa, and all derangement of the nervous ays tora, all superfluous hair removed from ladies' faces. Only treat ment and office in Delaware. Come and be cured. Office 702 Orange Street, Wilmington, Del. Delmarvia Rhone 19OJ. THIRD EDITION ' J, Hi < From Ashes Will Rise a City Greater and More Beautiful Than the Old One. PLANS ARE BEING DRAWN And Work on Some of the New Build ings Will Begin as Soon as the Ruins of the Old Are Cold. CLEARING AWAV THE DEBRIS Many Car Linos Ready for Operation. RESTORING THE LIGHTING SYSTEMS Axodaivd Pie» Pl.petol M by «perlai Wlrai Ban Franciaco,'Cal., April 25.— It is a week today since this city was vis ited by an earthquake, which laid low the met ropol is of the Pacific Coast and inflagration unequalled in the history ot this country. Although the ruddy glow of the dying embers of the lire which devastated Ban Fran cisco, made homeless 380,000 people, caused the loss of many lives and left a black trail of niter,desolation and ruin in its wake still nightly illumi started nate the sky, the work of restoration is already well under way. Plans for the construction of the new buddings, to replace those destroyed by earth quake and flames, are rapidly being drawn, and work on some of them will begin ns soon us the ruins of the old sites are cold. Many of the new buildings planned are on a larger scale than those burned, giving promise (hat from the ashes will rise a new Ban Fanelsoo, greater and more beau tiful than the old. In addition to the large force of men and teams pre viously at work, about 50 teams ot government mules were put to work yesterday, hauling away debris. Bev oral more streets were cleared for traf fic, numerous street car lines are ready for operation and the rejskiring of the water mains and the work of restora tion of the gas and electric systems are The work of making rapid headway, taking down and rebuilding the ferry tower liegan today. The exodus from the city continues. All day 11 constant stream of men, women and children, afoot and on every conceivable vehicle, wended their way down Market and Mission streets toward the ferries. A small bundle on a stick, carried over the shoulder, représenter) all the worldly possessions of some. Others held grits and baskets, and a great many anil saved trunks and furniture. It is estimated that «0,000 people were furnished w ith free transportation yes terday to different parts of the Stale by the Santa Fe and Southern 1'uoitlo Railroads. The relief work is thoroughly orga nized and rapidly becoming syste matized. Many carloads of provisions and supplies are being received daily. Five carloads received from Southern California contained among other things 3.000 blankets, which were im mod lately distributed at the transport docks by the marines. The blankets came at an opportune time,but are in significant in number to what are actually required, in fact imperatively necessary, to alleviate the distress ol the suffering, many ol the refugees being poorly protected against ex posure. The ruin was followed clour, cold night, causing much tress in the parks and crowded camps for want of dry irodding, blankets, cots and waterproof tents. Many [«ople by a dis walked for hours to keep warm and others huddled around small campfires, shivering with cold, in some instances their clothing being still wet from the rain. Everything possible was done to alleviate their distress by put ting women and children in houses, but as no tires are allowed and there is a little. As a result of Mayor Schmitz s sharp letter last evening to Gen. Kos ter, commanding the National Guard, in which the mayor AUed the gen eral's attention to the Blet that the city was not under martial law and that the drastic measures and arbi trary actions of some of his men, which have caused much complaint, were illegal and requested him to put a stop to it, there was but little shooting last night in the district over which lock of blankets, it hel[iod but the militia hold sway. A marine has report'd finding a light burning in a bouse on lower Fillmore street after 10 o'clock last night, and the military sentry on the post shot through the window. A looter, who, it is stated, broke into several places on Vallejo street, was reported to have been shot by a marine sentry at Vallejo and East streets. Several bullets fired from the water front struck a Red Cross launch in wfiich Dr. Diggins of the Emer gency Hospital Service was going from the Fotrero district to the Presidio. The shooting was done while the launch was off the ferry depot. None of the occupants was hit. The blue jackets who patrol that section ol the water front disclaim all knowledge ol the shooting. An alleged thief, who is said to have juni[«d out ol a win dow with a bundle of clothing at Pierce and O'Farrell streets early this 1 morning, is reported to have been shot I, y a National Guardsman. The fact that two companies of th» Fourteenth United Stales Infantry, from Van couver, went to Oakland yeaterday to do guard duty in that city indicates that the militia will be recalled. DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF FUND. Commit!»» of th# Cltli*n» TI»# Kli»#ncii K$|l«f CoinmitiMlo Art »• Ik» Flnano# of th# fUd cp»»«. Comm ^ . New York, April 26.—Dr. Edward T Devine, who was sent to San F ran cisco to distribute the relief fund of the Red Cross and who was designated by President Roosevelt to have charge of tbo distribution of too $2,fi00,000 fund appropriated by Congress, noti fied the New York offW of the Red Cro-s today from San Francisco that b,. has made arrangements by which lh<> finance committee of the ^Citizens Relief Committee of Ban Francisco will act as the Finance Committee of the Red ('mss I'r. Devine has also sucg-sied to the Washington authors that remittances of money should ties be made to that committee. Dr. De vine's telegram is ns follows: "Working arrangements made by which the Finance Committee of the Citizens Relief Committee becomes also the Finance Committee of the tied Cross. Supplies received and dis tributed by military authorities to arsons destitute (designated) by us. ndisoriminate free transporatinn too be stopped on Thursday. Mr. Jessup's suggestion is favorably considered. Have wired Washington suggestion that lie made after consulting with military authori ties, Judge Morrow, Mayor Sehiuit* ami others. Known loss of life less than 300 and about 400 injured. No abnormal sickness, but destruction of homes and property cannot bo con remittances of money should to finance committee ceived, " FIRE UNDERWRITERS BUSY. Oakland, Cat., April 25.—The fire underwriters of Ban Francisco and its vicinity held a meeting in this city' yesterday, ns a result of which a com mittee was apiiointed to confer with a like committee from the architects and builders of Han Francisco tu make preparations tor the beginning ot Han Francisco's building ..[«rations. Its object was to see that no cheap or wooden structures are ended in the ruined districts of the city. The insurance men say they wish to thoroughly impress upon the people) the fact, that the use of uninspected, chimneys will doubtless invalidate the insurance in case ot possible future fires. Inspectors of ths various companies are also to be provided for service 10 other cities. LOST EVERYTHING IN HIS HOME. Sacramento, Cal, April 25. —H. A, Crothi-ra, proprietor of the Bon Frank cisco Bulletin, arrived in Sacramental lost night. He said that ho lost everything in his home, at 1000 Bush street, wher* v were collected a valuable mass ol manuscripts and other articles belong ing to the late Boring 1'iekering. Among these was the manuscript ot 1 « history ■>( journalism by Mr. Picker ing. This had ever been published, but it was regarded by Mr. Pickering us a work of importance, giving his personal recollections of every jour nalist of note in the United States running back for three-quarters ol a century. . TRAGEDY AND PATHOS. Chicago, III., April 25.—A sackful ot tragedy and pathos reached I ha Chicago postofBce Inst night,when the first mail from Snn Francisco since the earthquake was rewired. The auck contained several thousand commun n ut ion« from the tire sufferer*, to Chicago relatives and friends. They were written on shreds of wrapping pa|«r, pieces of box covering, strip* of shirting, cuffs, shingles and other odds and ends. None burn posing», si a nips, but all bad the red ink tim» stamp of the Han F'ranoiaco office. Home contained the word "enved." Others told in two-word sentence» stories ot death and terrible hardships. METLALF IN CALIFORNIA. Sacramento, Cal., April 29—Secre tary Metcalf of the Department of the Interior |«ased through Snera mento last night on his way to San Frane.isoo, to lake charge ot United States properties ns special commis sioner from the President. He was acooni|sinied by Congressman McKinley, who announced that he would at once proceed to Santa Rosa, where he bad board that great havoc hail been produced by th» earthquake. On his arrival la Sant« Roaa he will devote himself to the fullest extent to the alleviation of suffering^ both in bis private and official capacity. MORI BODIES FOUND; San Francisco, Cal., April 25.—Th» bodies of three men and one woman were found among the ruin* in thu burned district yesterday. One of them, which has been identi fied as that ot John Hynes, was found at Eighteenth and Kentucky streets. Mr. Hynea met death by drowning. The body of another man was found in the ruins ot the Southern Pacific Building, at Fourth and Townsemi streets, und that of another was found at 502 First avenue. The body of the woman was found at Sixth and Town send streets. RELIEF SUPPLIES FROM TACOMA. Tncomn, Wash., April 25,—Th« United States cable ship Burnside sailed from Tacoma last night directly for Han Francisco, with a cargo of 1,500 tons of supplies purchased by the Chamber of Cjomraeroe Relief (Joni miltee from local contributions and from funds telegraphed from 1'hiladol phia, Boston and other cities. ■ This is the fourth steamer dispatched by the Tacoma Relief Committee. MILITIA STILL OR DUTY. San Francisco, Cal., April 25.—Th» militia continues on duty. The statement that the troops wer» removed from the streets yeaterday is erroneous. An Ocullit'i Examination for Glasses for the eyes free. Cubberly's, 824 Marke» Htroet.* _ ' Exclusive Suitings In Spring Patterns — are showing a line ot new Hprlng Kutllnxs that ara a credit to tba old •hup- mat woo d be a credit lo any •hop th»t too» * proper orltl# in # cU'tomer lo bis »utire mil DR up •MSUICtlOB. \\# want you to call bad look ot#r the di»pl»y. Geo. M» Ash , Merchant Tailor, 7 05 Market St. . Open Tuesday Evenings. H. T. Sergeant, Coal and Wood Office, Seventh and King 3t». Both Phoaes.