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THE SEWS OF NEW CASTLE
Meeting of the Democrats of the Hundred Last Night ITS ACTION WAS UNANIMOUS County and Hundred Commit teemen Chosen. Knooarifliif R«p«ri» Concerning Athlfttte Aitoflitlon A B. Wilion Thrown »rum Jits Carrl«ff«—S*ct»l and r«r»om»i liant». ' Stiff CenvwenitBOc» o( Every Evening. New Castle, May 24.—One of the moat harmonious meetings of Demur rats ever held in this city was that in the Town Hall, last evening, where pleasant greet ings were exchanged with no tone of sarcasm or other unpleasant features. The meeting was called to order at 8.25 o'clock by Alternas Smith of the New Castle hundred executive committee, and object state, i to be for the purpose electing one person as a member of t county executive committee and mem ben of the hundred committee. John Oak ford Land won was nominated by James Dorris for chairman of (lie meeting and was unanimously chosen. Harry Hunter was nominated for secretary, but, declined, and William H. Cooper, Jr., was chosen. Major Kvan G. Boyd nominated James B Toman, who was elected county com mitteeman without a dissenting vote. He thanked those present for the con fidence reposed in him in again sclcctin him (or the fifth consecutive time am Imped to do his duty to the best interests of the Ttcmocratis party. His speech was applauded. I'apt. Holcomb suggested that the hun dred committee consist of two members Irons each district, one from the city and the other from the country. The sug gestion was adopted and the men of the four districts assembled in different, parts of the room anil chose the nominees ti^ present to (he meeting, snd the follow ing were chosen Eastern district, .fames terri» "from the city. John W. Davis of Hn»e Hill. North district C. Ferris Jamison. from the city; William Collieon of Hose Hill, from the"country. Western district—Patrick E. Whalen from the ntyv James W Denning of near Red Lion, from the country. Southern district Mayor F.van (1. Boyd, from the city; Janies Christopher of near Bear Station. The committee of eight will meet in a few davs and elect a chairman and map out plana. The committee was em powered ,to till a vacancy in ease one occurs in the committee. Among those in attendance dales for office; ('apt. t'hinmcey P.-H0I cniub of this city, Joseph T. Gough of Bear Station, Henry Holsclnunaker of New Castle, tor Representatives; George A Morrism and John B. Montgomery , .(or assessor; John W. Davis of Rose Hill. Ivdward Duvisdon of near Slate Hoad, for road commissioners. Others were George Whitfield of Stale Road, Marvin HeSsc John T. Hayes, George Harrington, Joseph T. Gough of near Bear Station. James W. Denning of near lied ijon, Rodney S. I'iiayer, Mayor Boj'd. Alternas Smith, Marlin E.Smith, James B. Toman. William While, William C«Usw, John 1' Murpliv. Eramtis dellaas Janvier, Jetlcnvm DmvuWm. George Pns till, Alexander K, Goudiss, George Allen Smith, George Morrison, Richard S, Rod ney. John Duncan. Edward Mellon, William H. IX'a. Thomas McHminiiglt, Alfred Holsebunutkcr, Charles II, Shearer and others. of flic III»* .Î e the following caudl «if At llm meeting of the New Castle Athletle A.--mai.on. last evening, in the. office, of Mayor Boyd, the re|H.rl of Treasurer Betel, allowed all bill* paid and S 0,1 , W " '/VV Vo" 1 s.gnod as umpire, am thanked the mein hers Ot the baseball team and their ?*"jK , El, T, ,Ü,, V T* l ! 1 ' lltm,llt rire ««i lip in in TL w V" u r'\t' n " m * pire was loll, in the bauds of Manager Murphy, who stated that he had »elected) Dawson of Wilmington. All fielders are to be paid a like sun. and as soon as the association finds that more money rap lie paid, the players will reap the béwfit. Capt. Holcomb reported having wcured 2, 00 grand sla.ut tickets and 10,000 gene.id admission tickets, bared consecutively. All delinquent b*r* will Ik', notified of their num mern arrearage*. I'he officers present were President Hen ni*, acting secretary and assistunt base ball manager. Arthur M. Wise, James F. Mclvor, .lame* J. Kerrigan, James B. 1 Oman. Peter G. Madden, t'apt. ( 'baunCey P. Holcomb, Seiden 8. Dernier, Alexander McCaughan. Special bargains this week. Tan and nhit* men's, ladies' shoes. Mattings, trunks, suit rases, hammocks, go-carts — Stoops.* The line tip of the Castle Vi heel...on of Philadelphia, who play here Saturday, is as follows; Quaile. 2b.; 1 sailor, e.; Can non, r.L; Hoffner. l.f.; Cleary, e.f.; Rey nolds or Gallagher. 3b.; Bauteile, s.s.; Rudolph, lb.; Simons, p.; New Castle A. A.—Count!*«, c.; Duffy, lb.; Chase, 3b.; Oliver. c.L; Newlovo, - 2b,; Bradford, l.f.; Hahn, cf.; Wise, s.s.; lame, p. Don't fail to stop at Kline's poolroom and »egar atore at Second and Delaware atreot*,* In a runaway accident on Tuesday night. Mayor A. B. Wilson of Rose Hill rame near sustaining serious injury, but •was more frightened than hurt. The home ho wa* driving became frightened at some object in the roait and Imlletl and ran away, throwing Mr. Wilson out of the carriage as if hurled from a eatapault. He landed on the side of the roadway, but no bones were broken. He is some what sore as the result of the experience. Rev. S. Beattie Wylie, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will Icare on Monday for New York, and on Tuesday morning will Imard the steamship Teu tonic for a trip across the ocean, where he w ill meet his family and sjiend several months with relatives. He expects to return in September. The Jim Shoe. 83.60—Shaw - ». The Children's Day service* of the l icet Preslrctorian Sunday-school will be held at 6,30 o'clock on Sunday evening, in the chnreh, and will last about three quarters of an hour. No service* will Im held in the church in that WWM». evening. The final rehearsal for the Children's Day serviere will be held tomorrow evening A paper is being circulated and *igned by the grocers and butchers of this city, agreeing to close at noon on Thursdays, hr is done in other cities. The men ami their employes work long hours daily and fool that they need the half holiday in June, July snd August. ■use tor rent—Kliason Bro • The New Castle Tennis Club lias rolled its tennis courts in the yard of the old foundry, with the six-ton roller owned by John E. Taylor and used recently in the field of the New Castle A. A. John Jordan, who was severely injured by being kicked by a mule several days X , is recovering and now able to lie ut and take an active part in the work on the farm, although suffering from the injyry to his left ami. Ice cream, clams.—King* ♦ Kachel Hummer, aged IS yean«, a re apevlabl« colored woman, ireeling Oik A New Dessert Idea. You Bin! thousands of others are tired of the every day desserts. IæI us suggest that you try to-day D*Zerta QuicK Pudding Which can tic prepared instantly. All in gredients in the package. Add one quart milk, bring to a boil, cool and serve. Five choice flavors-Vanilla, Lemon, Chocolate, Strawberry and Orange. 10c. All grocers. Order Each Flavor To-day. North Third (treat, died at her home, yesterday, of consumption. Window, door screens, fly wire— Stoops.* Personal; Mrs. Margaret Petherin of Skeneatles, N. Y., is the guest of her mother, Mr*."Emily Tru**—-Mr*. Edward rigton has been visiting . Lancaster, who is now Martin of Wilmin here—Thomas K in vaudeville, is resting for 10 days at the home of hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Lancaster. Among the sick: Esther Vining, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Weldiu C. Vining, who bus l>oen very ill, is recovering—Lillian Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis, is recovering from a recent illness Charles Munson continue* to im prove. Hi brother returned to Phila delphia yesterday, but is to return and spend (he remainder of the week. Calves' heads, liver, sweetbreads, a spe cialty at Tobin & Son's.* REFUSED LICENSE TO THE HOTEL AT HAR RINGTON. P perte 1 roTTPupondpncc of Every Evening. Dover. May 24. —Judge James Penno will last evening ref used a fractional license to Alonzo T Dickerson, proprietor of the Harrington House, application for which was argued here on Saturday last. While the remonstrance filed by Henry Ridgely, counsel for the temperance people, contained at least eight grounds for a refusal of the license. Judge Penne xv il I based his decision on but one ground only that the changing of the bar of the hotel, in order to make it open to public Dew, after the application had been with drawn at the last, session of the court,was too late, as when the application presented to (he court, at the regular term, t he use of screens made it impossible to sec inside the barroom. STOLE TOOLS AND WATCH. __# Special I'orrwiponOence of Every Evening Dover, May 24.—John Biddle, an ap parent, stranger to these parts up until a lew months ago, but who succeeded in marrying a Dover girl and, to all appenr 1 earning an honest living, has disappear'd, leaving his wife and a small brother here, beside* taking with him a set of tools, the property «a his father in-law, Thomas Holstein, and a gold wat ch belonging to hi* w ife. Biddle left on Monday morning last and was t raced as for os Baltimore. Ho told his wife on Sunday that he contem plated taking n trip to California, inas much a* workmen were needed there, and being a carpenter, he thought he could secure employment. ,i ,. auras, w CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION. H peel« I Corn*pondence of Kvery Evening. Dover, May 24 Certificates of incor ration were filed here, yesterday follows * Belmont Mill Co.. Wilmington, Del., I t *° a Reuend mining and milling of metals, .te ; capital stock, 81.0001)0(1. Simms Pharmaceutical Co., 1'hiladel phia, Bii.. to .nannfacluro and deal in rh.irnuw.put.al supplie», ato. capital stock, $100OOU US ' • ores, CIVIL WAR VETERAN DEAD. KjHvial <'orreqxmdoiice of livery Evening. Dover, May 24.—William Hunter, aged 87 years, of this town, died at the home of bis aon-in-law, Edward Kimmey, two miles south of Milford, early yesterday iHoming He leave* one daughter *ud six sons to survive him. Hunter was a Civil War veteran and for many years waa janitor of the .State House here. To Manage a Hotel. W Thomas Wingate, formerly of the Hotel Wilmington, lias been appointed manager of the Imperial Hotel, Chester Pa. -—— INTERESTING FACTE*. Itemarka by an (lhaarver. It seem strange to me," remarked a prominent physicien the other day, "why ao many people make light ot what Is in many namots. one of the most dangerous diseases Grip. Scores of people whom 1 know poem to regard this deadly malady « Joke or call It Inshtonable. ■ Possibly there is no disease that is an tar reaching in its effect* ns this same fashionable' Grip. Fashionable indeed' When 1 Stop to think of the appalling re sulis of Grip that base come under my observation, it makes me shudder. Would you consider it 'fashionable' to have a weak heart, affected lungs or impaired eve. alght ? Would it l e « joke to spend the remainder of your days in an insane asylum i ihcae ar« not mer* fände»; they are picture« drawn from life, showing the awful results from Grip. Of course all persons suffering from an attack ot Grip are not left with these afflictions, but 1 have yet to discover a person who has had this disease who hss not been left with some portion of his system weakened. R Is this Weak spot that Is susceptible to every unhealthy influence that com«, along. Die beet way to prevent Cirip is to keep the system in such good condition that it will lent*disease 1 ^' tenj8ne '** ,<1w «rd this preva rroTuT. T 1 . t V or,l . ,y F°* ,r *elf against Grip 1s to take Magee's Malt Emulsion! R gives you the strength and vitality eaty to stand severe weather, and can of"ro! upon ; I( « « nutrient 1 _ k i g liest value, sud alter a period of low vitality it puts hope into the patient and makes life worth living. R ren'aces the wasted tissues and holds all gains. Magee's Malt Emulsion is a pure cod liver oil, combined with syrup Dlastasic Km. mhf* «LÛT* 4 r*, nd YI'''I>ho.phi(ere of Ebne and Smda. Con Liver Oil has long « I .V retf ?? n l<>d by ,h * "'«'Real profeesion «a the beat remedy for Bronchial and Ruin .unary affections and in Magee's you rei t Ä?,f ul * .■•Hol» in combination with m!i. W.I "? d w »P®Pboaphuea. Diaataslc j *"«» «» 1« US. d in Magee's Mall Emulsion, is non-alcoholic and is £ y t Phy * loUn * «• the highest i°* tK ^ 1 lou thus get a food, a "Stte • nd • ,onic combined. Magee's inrtàoreïe'V^ "''T'"'' bander and invlgorator known. It strengthens the weak mva!Sd Pa | r i? u t n ll i ly . ,h * nio,t dellc ate Ukfng it^d'ai 1 '' , - U * d - l8erou ' : ^ . wine preparations. They Sut™ Li.î'a'ï'n* * ti,uul " nl » «nd the re action which follows their use leaves you In a worse condition than before. There is only one Magee's Malt Emulsion and it contains no whisky—no wine—just food. It may be procured of T. B. Oartraell, Svi 1 *" 1 dr '"'" ,,t ' s, « ih > Dd as nuiv CHEAT INTEREST IN FAIR Many Special Premiums Have Already Boon Offered For Exhibits. ONE LIST IS ABOUT COMPLETE Some Interesting Offers In the Vegetable Department. The Member» of the Committee Ai l»»B ftrsai Activity, end '**»»•» •'»»•mg Interest I» KeUig; Taken bj Ituslue»» I'eople unci Others. Show* m It «a nit More George W. Burris, who is at the head of tho vegetable department of the pro posed county fair, which is to he held the Delaware Horse Show Park, Sep tember 4th. 5th, (ith and 7th, has about completed the list of special premium* in (bat department, and as he has se at cured a large number it is evident that more than passing interest is being taken by business people and others in the pro posed exhibition. Similar activity char acterizes the work of all of the other de partments, which will turn in their lists as soon as they are completed. The fair committee is arranging to open an office in (lie city, at which a clerk will ho employed regularly, for the punaise of looking after preliminary matters in nection with the fair and attending to the correspondence. The committee is also negotiating for the services of one of (he principal local bands, which 1 will fur nish music on each of the four days. Some of the local manufacturers have indicated a desire to have space at the fair and it is said that several contem plate having largo exhibitions under their own canvas. One of the officers of the committee expresses the belief that the attendance during the four days wilt reach 60,000 if the weather is favorable, and if the project is a success this year it will be an annual event. The list of special premiums in the vege table department, referred to above, is as follows: George W. Burris offers 85 for beat dis play of vegetables. William C. Draper, a horse blanket, value $5, for best display. George C. Morton, shoes for a pair of horses,'work or driving, value $3, for best -play. lewis Sutton, 2Sc for best quarter peek of Drear'» improved lima leans. Martia E. Smith, $1 for lest quarter peek Dreer's improved lima beans, Frank Kelly, 50c for best quarter peck of wax beans. N: Snellenburg <fe Co., a pair of shoes, value $3.60, for beat display of while potatoes. Wilmington Furniture Co., a rocking chair, value, $5, for best display of white potatoes, McMahon Bros. Co., a wood stove, value $10. for best display of sweet potatoes. R. Topki», sflvçr ladle, value $2, for liest basket, of cantaloupes. G. B. Booker Co., $1 for best bosket of I : dis cantaloupe*. Clarence Fraini, $1 for best half peck of tomatoes. Charles W. Hill, $1 for liest half peck of tomatoes. White Bros., a cultivator, value 83.50, for best display of tomatoes. 8. L. Fell & Son, a set of knives and forks, value $2, for best two varieties of celery. ( !. L. Meiler, a smoked bam for the best two varieties of oelery. 8. H. Hewitt, 50c for best two varieties of celery. Mrs. V Matlaek, 50c for best two varie ties of celery. George Burris, 50o for best yellow squash. Edgar Burris, 70c for Irest pattypan squash. High Art, Clothing I'arlors, 81 for best bunch of beets, Joseph W. Hitchens, $2 for best dis play onions. Samuel L. Burris, *1 for heaviest three heads of cabbage, Leon Dedrii k, 50e for heaviest tfir&j heads of cabbage. Howard Button, 50c for best half dozen peppers. Charles melon. Delaware Hardware Co., a rifle, value 85, for best display of cantaloupes. Alexander Hicks, $1 for best three egg plants. Mrs. Sarah Simon, 81 for best three egg plants. Clarence D. Appleby. 50c for best three egg plants. A year* subscription to a loeal paper for the t he best dozen ear* of sugar corn. Mrs. Hose Vetter, a cake for the best dozen ears sugar corn. "Cash" 50e for best dozen oars of sugar H. Burris, 81 for best water corn, James Mcharg, a rocker, value 83, lies! dozen ears of sugar corn. Clarence W. Brackin. 81 for best pie pumpkin. Gustav LeFcvre, fide for best flat lima licans. There are several more prizes in this department which are not in the hands of t he committee. All gardener, and farmers may compete for these prizes, formation as to planting, J!c., telephone George W. Burris, near New Castle, R For iu , write, see Hose Hill, IT . F. D. No. 1. PROMINENT SUSSEX FARMER DEAD. Special Correspondence of Kvery Kvenlng. Georgetown, May 24.- John L. Short, aged about 65 yeais, a prosperous furnier and a brother to Prothonofarv Daniel 8hort of this town, die.! at bis homo about five miles from Georgetown, last Sunday. The remains were interred in the family burying ground, near his home, on Tuesday. Tour to Gettysburg and Washington. An attractive and interesting six-dav tour over the Battlefield of Gettysburg and to Washington, will leave New York and Phila delphia via Pennsylvania Railroad, Saturday, May 2bth. Rates, coveting necessary etpenses, $22 Iront New York, $19 from Philadelphia and proportionate rate» from other pointe. For itineraries and fuff information apply to nearest ticket agent, or address Geo. W. Boyd, general passenger agent, Philadelphia.* To «leg at UeMlcatton. Wilmington Xerio Quartet will sing at the dedication of the new Fraternal Eaglee Hall, m thesier, P*., oa June 14th. T Ä cartel comprises John A. Butler, Jame* '• Gill.»pie, Joseph Keatheratone and Joseph K. McCutlin. on all he Acct«)«int nt h Mill. On account of the burst ins of « cylinder head *f ihc main engine at the plant of the Wilmington Iron Co., yesterday, the pud dling department will becheed for révérai week*. Complete repaire to all the machin ery will be made in the meentime. Automobil« A*»ool»l_ A meeting of the Delaware Automobile Association will be held at the Wilmington Country Club on Monday evening. Officers will be elected and other business transacted. Excursion to Shetlpot Ta-lc. The Wilson Social Club, of the West End, Chester, Pa., is making preparations (ot an excursion to Sbellpot Park, on Turedav. June I2th. Wilmington's Most Popular Store. Carpet Design Mattings Porch Rockers MAHON BROS. CO., If you want beautiful Porch Rocker with broad arms and comfort able rattan seatsand backs at WHOLE SALE PRICES, see our special for this sale at $1.98 up. h 64 Patterns, large and small designs Chinese and Japan ese Mattings, $4.50 to $14 Fifth and King Streets. per roll. Per yard, 1314c to 3 QC. v Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. This Week's Specials Important Savings OÜR FIRST GREAT REFRIQFRATOR SALE OF THE SEASON $20.00 Refrigerator Free % I La Belle Refrigerator Bring or mail the coupon below to our store. It gives you absolutely free a chance to secure a handsome oak refrigerator. r~l THE ICE SAVING LA BELLE made of thor oughly seasoned and dr.ed a h, pure zinc lined, galvan ized ice hvtik, heavy galvau-zed tiays and removable drip fipoihat keeps refrigerator thoroughly cleaned. Huns on easy rolling castors and is scientifically con structed and «qui* pel with sani ary a.r circulation. Cool, fresh air is circulating through every part of the icfrigerator at all lime* and keeps it sweet and clean. K IB v D t : v. Refrigerator Contest Fill out name and address in coupon below and mail or present it at our store. ISSSl w mwm »*1! Q DON'T TRUST TO .YOUR MEMORY regarding COME AND n the good pom's of a go 1 d refrigerator. LOOK AT THE LA BELLE. £ I c Cl Name. - '! _ To hold s - 9 ■M ,..$ 6.00 ... 7.75 .. 10.60 .. 12.00 .. 16.00 .. 20.00 60 pourid« of icjp. 65 pound« of ice. 85 pound« of ice. 100 p unde of ice. 110 p iun 150 pound« of ice ■J City or Town vo ' m -> ••G of ICC State. E.E. Well Known and Much Praised A Bargain in Ice Coolers Mohawk Ice Chest Summer calls for extra precaution against disease in the care of your drinking ice cooler solves the problem. Proof against contaminating The proper care oi food during the warm weather is a very important matter. Do you need an ice ehest? Now is the time to get one at a bargain Made high and wide and lined with pure heavy zinc; hard wood 100 pounds of ice. 124 pounds of ice. 134 pounds of ice........ 158 pounds of ice. 200 pounds of ice........ water vessels. Th insects and germs. Always covered. . 2 gallon cooler, with improve! nickel plated spigot. Price, 81.50. Special at..$1.26 3 gallon cooler, with improved nickel plated spigot. Price, 82.00. Special at. .$1.60 4 gallon cooler, with improved nickel plated spigot. Price, *2A0. Special at..$2 00 6 gall n cooler, with improved nickel plated spigot. Price, 83.00. Special at,.$2.36 To hold .8 6.25 7.75 9.75 . 12 00 . 14.00 Summer Cooking Devices Under Price All oris of Gas, Gasolene and Oil Stoves have .been roun led up in our stove department. Among the most prominent Gasoline Stoves are; Qas Stoves Bake Ovens Two Burner Gas Stoves, Special at $1.00. "1 wo Burner Gasoline St ive, burners enclosed in This stove has two large burners equipped with «11 ease, making it perfectly safe. Most perfect gasoline brass stop recks. Regular price, $1.75. sale, $1.00. Only one will be sold to each customer. Full steel ba»e. aebestos lined, with air cell* at sides to circulate the heat and save fuel. Just as good as any made. Regular price, $2.50. Price this sale, Special this ; j stove on the market. Absolutely no better made, j Regular price, $3.00. Special this sale, $2.25. Extra values in an assortment of many styles and makes. A variety of other excellent Gas Stoves atout prices. ; ; Extra value in two burner Gas Stoves, $1.75. $1.50 Jk. Blue Flame Oil Stoves loo "Danglers" to go at the Extraordinary Low Price of $5.00 The Dangfsr» the most widely known andbeatUkcdsovo on the market. For the benefit and comfort of customer» during the hot summer months, suggested bv (he ÎS SnxXtionây Kt pric^i 1 We " mnguihcetit stove m this sale. Ihm is an opportunity to secure a perfect atoJe that insures" cod kitchen Ordinary bargain price, $7.00. Special Ibis sale for UK) only, $5.00. » Fly Time—SCREENS—Fly Time Of all the annoyance* of the housekeeper, there are few, if any more t.rouOlesome than the common hou-e fly. So p olifically does he breed and so onleklv mature that be would be a nuisance If no more «emus .'har» a lay Ogx.Mt taw. but. like the mosquito, I, ■ spreads „ lease, «specially typhoid (ever and other intretin^d rordcreNow U 10 '' r<U ' rlU secure the right price on screens for Winning^Â Ä the timé to fort if v ogi bought FOUR FULL We Have Any Size You Hay Wish in Fancy Window Screens. We offer our DIAMOND SCREEN, astrorg, serviceable screen cover«' 1 1 wii h best quality black wire cloth, perfectly adjustable, at the very low price of 19c. Regu lar price 25c Also a 24 inchc high, 30 inches wide serein perfectly adjustable to fit most anv window. Regular price 35c. Special this sale 25c. Fancy Front Screen Doors. The Wilmington Screen. Perfect adjustment, metal slides, operating in liant wood, making screen adjust able under all cond fions. Ranging mai» nud price from 18 iuchesbv 34 at 26o 3o indies by dS inches at 46c, to the Wilmington Box Window Screen—A New Screen to the Wilmington Public. 330, SÄ? 38hÄ «>c." ale 8t any pricr - from 24 inches by 38 inche '- at Screen doors made of kiln dried lumber, «ids; b**t quality black wire cloth. ANY SIZE. YOU WANT. 81.00. Special this sale, 89c. Various sty cs and qualities of kiln dried lumber, natural finish, thoroughly \ nished doors, ranging in price from 96c to $1.76. alnut stained. 3 in. btiles, sides and Regular price All sizes of Screen Wire Best quality beaded wire cloth, per sq. ft Rustless wire cloth, per sq. ft. Copper w re do h, per sq. ft... . .. .. 8 cents ... 6 cents .. 10 cents We Don't "Guess," and There is no "Perhaps" About it. We Can Fit Your Home Emporium of Art Goods at Right Prices McMAHOiN BROS. C0HPANY, Fifth and King Streets, INSPECTING JERSEY ROADS. Levy Conrtmen Took a Trip to Neighbor ing Stale Today. Members ot the Levy Court and Highway Commissioner Francis Price went on a trip through New Jersey to day to inspect several of the gravel road* in that State. The purpose of the trip is to find out the kind of gravel used there and then see It as good material can lie secured in this county. The New Jersey gravel roads have been a great success and are much cheaper to build than the macadam road. The party left French street station at 8.50 o'clock for Philadelphia. It was their intention to go from then« to Atlantic City, where they were to meet one of the New Jersey supervisors and then ride over the roads in car riages. FREIGHT WRECK AT MIDDLETOWN. Special Correspondence ot Kvery Keening. Middletown, May 24.— Train No. 41, southbound, due hen- at 7.42 p, m., ■wn* delayed over two hours,Inst night, owing to a wreck blocking the track just north of town. After train No. 46, northbound, had pulled out, a freight engine broke loos* from its train, causing several of the cars to " buckle" and turn over on th* track. Th* wrecking train was speedily on the spot, but it was after 10 o'clock before the tracks could be cleared for travel. Moving to llerwrek. Former Manager George H, t'atlerall, of the Wilmington Iron Co. who has mc pn d a position in the pressed steel car depart ment ot the Berwick branch of the Ameri can Car and Foundry Co., at Berwick. Pa., is now moving from this city to Berwick. Losing Hair That is too bad! Been coming out for a long time,' has it? So much the worse! But it is not so bad as it might „ , „ . _ be, for you can stop this falling, and you can stop it quickly, too! There is one remedy, just one-Ayer's Hair Vigor. It stops falling hair, cures dandruff, and keeps the scalp clean and noaltliy, w e speak from long experience. j. c. AyerOo., MMMII * IIIIIIMIMI,I *'" iiiiiiimi * 1 ^--- - ' CAMPMEEfING ENGAGEMENTS. Rev. H. W. Bolton, 1). 13., evangelist of the Wilmington Methodist Kpiscol al Con ference, has accepted invitations to pr.iiuti at cainomeeiings as follows ; Ocean City, N, J.,Sunday, Juno 2lth ; Fletcher's Grove, N. J., I temperance sermoui Monday, July 2d; Seavllle, N. J., Sundi.y, July 2Zd ; I Marydel, MU., Friday, August Rth; Sharp town, Md., Sunday, August 12th; Benn's Grove, N. J., bunuay, August 19th; Mal aga, N, J., Sunday, August 2iith. Dr. Bolton will also have charge of Brandywine Summit campmeeting, which will begin Thursday, July 2lith. P ell r rout a lirtuige. A colored woman, while leaning over the side of the dredge New Caille, at the loot ol Church street, in the Chirstiaua River yesterday, lost her balance and plunged Headlong into tue watet. The splash wea heard by members of the crow and a ttov seconds the woman was back on the deck. the victim was a cook on the dredge anil , was stout. She was not injured snd when pulled from the water by ner rescuers j laughed heartily and took the accident as I a joke. ftMilrond Inspe ction. An Inspection ot the Maryland division of the l*., B. A IV. railroad, whs made t*y Superintendent Bannara and other officiate y enter day ana an inspection ol the new I Bridge over the Mtequehanna was also * mace. General aupemiendem F. Froo of| the F., H. A W.a raiUoad j by Iram Dnq.aici.er John b. boon, too» a trip over tin Delaware railroad, Injury W»n frntitU Jamrg J. Kennedy, Penn'e Grove water feuperlniendeiit, dibd early ^Atuulay nu rn li.g al tUe Hahnemann iioep.ui, PtulaueU • a laciurea n, ine r.ceivau uy oe- \ ing thrown Iron, tu* *ugnn auuuttwu week* ago. no toru.crly iivco in Wilmington. t ensions for Uelnuaceens. Ü lawareana have lieeu grant el monthly p stout as follows: J.A.Aiw. so ,,H2; h. O. Kenous, $12; W. G. Fearn uei Gerny. $2. g, til); bam Early Summer Specials At TURNER'S. Our Dold Hams and Bacon, Most tender and Delicious Meat. r .. . , , „ Well smoked and but little salt. If in need of good Ham, try one of these. New Gulf Shrimp. New, Best, I.a'ge Can Lobster....33c New Red Salmon. 9c New Imported Sardines.1244c Fine Goods. New Kippered Herring (The Beet Imported). lie .17c j Just In— My own imported OLIVE OIL. a bond of purity with " * each quart bottle, at 70c. An Invoice Just In, Assuring Fresh Goods. Beef, Wine and iron, 50c size at 37c. Leibig Bref Extract, 30c; 4 Jars, *1.10. A Special in Queen Olives, 12&c. I ine California Prunes, always a leader with us, large, 3 lbs. 25c. Ripe Apricots, 17c, 3 lbs. 60o. Imported X Ginget Ale, $1.40 dot. F. P TURNFR [j * * x * * lLil\ ||__ MARKET AND f SEVENTH STREETS. ff C. E.GRIFFITH bANTIQUES a ORANGE AND SIXTH STREETS. BUGS Dispensary for Sick Babies and Children OOOKO HRAÜ WAsll UKM OVKS IIAN IHOJFF itnci imoWSHAlK. The onlj '»ifo. suit* «»id certain retpedv for head 1uo aud iijtt, no ereaae, no injury to hair or id by »Ul dru^idsornmilttl in ptein wmi.iiêr on rpiM*jpt , f price. 10c route. Ijitvc sire, 25 rente. FORBIN CHEMICAL COMPANY, * •treet. fhiUdelphi«, Medical ftttcndaiict* und medicines free. Hours from :i to I p. m. every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday nt St. Michael's Hospital for Babies, 207 Washington Street. 16*3 Sanson!