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SPEEDY SAILORS ARE THESE
Fine Contingent of Pleasure
Boats at the Orchard.
GILLESPIE'S LEX IS A LEADER
But Others Will Contest for
the Honor.
Annng Tham the Cadet la Prominently
Men tien ed- The Various rlcneure Rome
That Ar» Wow Ready for the Summer
tesson.
The Orchard, rear Eleventh street
bridge, now prêtent« an animated ap
pearance. Moat of the small- pleasure
boils owned by local people are quartered
»here and they ere getting in shape for
the season of pleasure. ,
James GiUaapie, with bis 30-foot launch
Lex, expects to carry off the laurels this
year for speed, although there are other
boats which may be close contentant«
tor honors. , ...
The Cadet, which is owned by the Olive
Club, «rill be a close second if it docs not
take the donors.
Among the other boats are the Wenn,
owned by David King, and the Buffalo,
owned by Herbert Watson.
The trim little launch Fannie, owned
by Detective Jones and maimed by him
and his assistant, William Joyce, will
make a good showing this summer.
The Eunice is owned by Clarence Kirk
ood is counted a fast boat.
Harry Boughman's Elizabeth is a trim
Ittle craft and is built for speed.
Joseph B. McHugh, with the Pearl,
savs he will make it warm for Gillespie.
The Senator Club is building a new
boat «hielt will fake port in the river
•vents this summer.
*
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS.
Annuil Fluid Diiy it D.Uw.re Horse
Show P*rk Tomorrow.
The tftth #nmi«l field day of the W il
mington High Sehool will lx- obn-rvod nt
the Hnrue Show Park tomorrow at 2 p m.
Following iMhe lie! of otfirinls nnd rntrice
Refer«., Dr. H. G. Burkm*»ter; field
judge., Dr. J. H. Morgnn, W. Hlntyhorn.
John Huxley; frsek pidgee, W. J. White.
T Brown, Ur. H. Pennork; timer«, 11
Mehaffy. Theodore Dixon, Rotiert Kd
w»rde: meiwnrere. A K. Rhode«. T.
Thornton, A. Hoff; eeorer«, Dr. fî. R.
Foulk, W. H. H White; «tarter, Hr. P
H. Konveny; «nnomver. M. I.yneh; nio
toditn of prize*. A. H. Berlin; manager.
J. E Whitehead; aaeietant«, G. I reder
iek*. B. Game.
Entries 100 v«rd« dash Plnmley,
Bern-, Whitehead. Kidd, King, lliighe«,
VanAerver,
220 yard* da«h Plnmley. Edgar, Wil
kineon, Whitehead. Berry, Nandever,
Jone«. Kidd.
220 yard» hnrdlee Edgar, Plnmley,
Hntfon, King. Hnghee, Pimpeon, Whife
hoad
440 varda d»«h—Jones, Whitehead,
Kidd. Efdgar.
880 yards run- Edgar, Jones, \\ ilkin
don, Hughes, Clash, Whitehead, Vander
nr, Kid.
Pole vault—Edgar, Pehlifter, White
head. Pimpeon. Groves, Berry.
Phot put—Nye, I-ogue, Pimpeon, Ered
erirks, Berry, Hughes, Whitehead, Lind
sey.
Hammer throw—Jones, Ewing, I-ogue,
Pimpeon, Berry, Hughes.
Broad jump—Jonee^ Edjrar, Logne,
Pimpeon, Lindsey. FVednnrks. Berry,
Kidd, Willrineon, Hug lies, Whitehead.
Junior relay raoe—Junior A, Pehlitter,
Passe, Lindsey, Topkis; Junior B, Eok
man. Tatnall, HI«, I-ogue; Junior C, Wil
kinson, Vanderver, Jenonson, Litzenburg;
Sixth grade, Ewing, Lackland, Hanley,
fiiee.
Senior relay race—Senior C, Hughes,
Armstrong, Winner, Lind; Middle A,
Mearns. Fisher, King, Reese; Middle B,
Miller, Tad man, May, Pillitoe.
SATURDAY'S HORSE RACES.
An Int.re.ting M««t by the Gentlemen'.
Driving Club.
The Gentlemen's Driving Club nn
nounres the following entries for the
tostiftee at Delaware Horae Show I'nrk
bn Saturday;
Event No. 1, mile boat«, 2 in 3—Mr.
Ewing, rh.g. William H.; Mr. Hutton,
oh m. Bessie D.; Mr. Winchester, b.m.
Belle Ashton; Mr. Turner, b.m. Zorn S.;
Mr Ball. br.m. Anti« M.
1 vent N.i 2. mile hesta, 2 In 3—Mr.
Hanby, rh.g. Hart B.; Mr. Austin, l>lk g.
Ikuirbon A,; Mr. Kelley, r.m. Mollie
nhy; Mr. Townsend, g g finmiKilier;
Hollelt. b.m. Annie Jansen; Mr. Tan
guy, b.g. Alfred T.; Mr. Greemnan, cb.ro
Mollie Pitrher; Mr. Wallaee, b.g, Wizard.
Event No. 3, mile beats, 2 in 3 Mr.
duPont. br.g Rejected Stone; Mr. Austin,
g.g Ktngmont; Mr. Wallace,
«ood; Dr. Miller, br.g. Gem. Kuacr; Mr,
Bfoeckle. blk.m. Ilonnoe Stanton.
Event No. 4. mile heala, 2 in 3 Mr
Mahaffy. be. Walloper; Mr. Lingo, bg
Seawater; Mr. Talley, blk.m. Sallamond
Mr. Stoeckle, blk.m. Dorcas Moore; Mr
Donovan, b.g Donovan Boy.
Event No. 6, mile heals, 2 in 3 Mr
Reinateinc, blk.m. Itollv It.-.'Mr. Wallace
b.g. Wilkes McGregor; Mr. Tnnguj
Hexe nia; Dr. Darlington, Inti Canby
Chimes; Mr. McCormick, br.g. Easter
Murphy.
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A festival and entertainment
. . . was
given at the home of Dr. M, P. Cork
ran, 826 West street, last evening, the
proceeds of which were for the benefit
of Delaware Hospital. Ice cream, cake
and candy were «old and the ladies in
charge took in about »24. An orchestra
of six pieces furnished music and con
tributed largely to the pleasure of the
evening.
BUILD ON ROCK.
Take Warning From tlm Man of old See
That Tonr Foundation la Klghl.
We «re all of us familiar «Uh the parable
of the man »ho butided upon the sand
No ons now.a days would think of putting
up a house or a factory on anything but a
solid foundation. Some of the •
scraper«" of New York City ate set on
foundations from thirty to 6lty feet below
the street.
It is as Important to build your health
upon a solid foundation as anything else
Health 1» happiness and la the highest gift
to mankind. Nature Intended that
should all enjoy the full fruits of health
but our surroundings are sometime« such
as to mar this ecstatic condition.
Those who are under baneful Influencée
bate to help nature along. Don't make the
mistake of taking medicines that are full
of alcohol ana narcotics. If you do, you
are building upon «and.
If your constitution is weakened. If your
lungs are not strong. If your blood is thin,
H you are subject to colds, take Magee's
Malt Emulsion. It will build you up and
make yon strong. It contains no alcohol.
Nothing but pure cod liver oil, mall
and bypophoephltes enter Into its syrupy
diaataslc non-alcoholic composition. Cod
liver oil and malt (non-alcoholic 1 are the
greatest builders known to medical science,
and If you take Magee's »lall Emulsion,
you are surely building on rock. It con
tain« no whiskey, no wine—It is just food ;
It I« a builder, no» a destroyer. It may lie
procured of 4'. B. I arfmell. W holesale and
Katali Druggist, Sixth and Madison streets.
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BASEBALL.
Result! of the Gamet Played Throughout
the Country Yesterday.
The game of hall at Atlantic City yes
terday Iwrtwoen the Wilmington (liants
and Atlantic City was slopped by rain
in the fifth inning, with the score 11 to I
in favor of the locals.
The Tri-City league game at Sooth
Side Park this afternoon will Is- between
X-Brandywine and Landlith.
The scores in the varions lègues yes
terday follow;
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
riiilndelphin, 3; Cincinnati, 0. /
Pittsburg. 8; Boston, 0.
Chicago, 11 ; New York. 3.
Brooklyn, .5; Hi. Ixtnis, 0.
AMERICAN LEAGUB,
Chicago, 4; Athletics, 3.
1 'Icvcland, 3; Boston. 1.
St. I,ouis. 6; New York, 0. I
Iletroit, 2; Washington, 1. i
TRI-STATE LEAGUE.
Lancaster, 3; Williamsport, 1.
Harrisburg, 9; Altoona, 3. ;
Johnstown-York (Km in).
NEW YORK STATE LEAGUE.
Scranton, 2; Syracuse, 1.
Wilkes- Barre- Binghamton (Rain).
A. J. A (»., 8; Albany, 3.
Utica-Troy (Rain).
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Kansas City, 10; Toledo, 1 (1st game).
Toledo. 1; Kansas City, l (2d game).
Milwaukee, 6; Columbus, 1.
Minneapolis. 2; Indianapolis, 1.
Louisville, 13; St. Paul, 3.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE. *
Atlanta, «5; Now Orleans, 3.
Montgomery. 9; Memphis, 3.
Hirmmplmm, A; Little Hock.O.
Shreveport, 11; Nashville. 4.
EASTERN LEAGUE.
Toronto, 3; Newark, 2.
Montreal. 4; Providence. 3 (11 innings).
Jersey City, 2; Buffalo, 1.
Rochester, 2; Baltimore, 1.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUB. S
Savannah, 9; Jacksonville, 1.
Macon. 3; Augusta. 2.
Columbia, 3; Charleston. 1.
STANDING or THE CLUB».
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
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.83 15 .688
.28 Ifi 63ti
.29 17 .630
.28 21 .571
.21 27 .437
.19 27 413
.18 31 .367
.12 34 .261
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Pittsburg ..
New York..
Philadelphia
St. Louis...
Brooklyn ..
Cincinnati .
Boston ....
AMERICAN l.F AOCr.
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.26 16 .619
.24 15' .615
.25 18 .581
. 24 20 .646
.21 19 .625
.19 21 .475
.16 27 .367
.13 31 .205
New York..
Cleveland ..
Athletics ..
St. Louis...
Detroit ....
Chicago .,.
Washington
Bouton ....
Tlll-STATE LEAODB.
W, L. P.C.
.24 12 .667
. 19 16 .543
. 19 16 .643
.16 18 .465
.14 21 .400
.13 21 .382
Lancaster ..
Williamsport
York.
Altoona ....
Harrisburg .
Johnstown ..
BC HEDULE FOR TOMORROW.
NATIONAL LEAGUB.
Pitt«biirfç at Host on.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
St. liouia at Brooklyn.
AMERICAN LEAGUB.
Washington At Cleveland.
Philadelphia at St. Izouia
New York at Chicago.
Boston at Detroit.
TRI-RTATB LEAGUE.
Lancaeter at Johnatown.
York at Altoona.
Williamsport at Harrisburg.
DOVER WANTS A GAME.
The Dover club has no game scheduled
for Saturday, June 16th. and it would like
to arrange a game at Dover on that day
with one of the City league teams <>r
New Castle. It will be at home on Mon
day and Saturday of next week and
away from home the remainder of the
week.
NOTES.
The Wilmington team went to Newark
yesterday and played the team of that
plaon and was defeated by the score of
23 to 7. Manager KotVenberger
he has strengtehend his team for Satur
day's game when it will play the strong
Cad lo Wheelmen of Philadelphia.
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HOT GAME AT DOVER.
Ppwlsl rnrrp«|.nmlciii-s of Kwrjr Evening.
In a hotly contestH
game of baseball between the Felton
loam nml the homo team, yesterday
afternoon. Hie home team won fiy
of 3 to 2, after an nrgument of 11 innings.
The features of tin- gsmn were the fielding
of Price of Felton nnd the timely hitting
of Zcarfoss, Price nnd Topham of the
Dover team. The pitching of C '
for 1 hiver was exceptionally fine,
score;
I hiver .1 00 0 000(1 1 0 t—3
Felton ..... .0 0 O 0 0 ft () () 2 0 0—2
Batteries Griffith and Zearfoss for
Dover; Benson and Fitzgerald for Felton.
Dover. June 7.
a smre
llowlrra to Irina.
A dinner will he given at the Clay
ton House next Wednesday night by
the Casino Bowling team, whteh fin
ished third in the Tri-City League.
Motorists Glad to Know
they can buy it« cream on Park Drive
Saturday afternoon and evening.*
MEETINGS TONIGHT.
Pity Council.
Wawosat Gun Club.
Democratic lastgue.
Camp 2. I*. O. S. A.
tirant Cost, O. A. H.
Iron Moulders Union.
Di-Iawnre Saengerbund.
du Pont Poet, U. A. It.
Cyrus Temple, L. O. K.
Clayton Ledge, K. of P,
Eden Lodge, 1. O. O. F.
Division No. 4. A. O. H.
tirand Opera House Band.
Asylum Lodge, 1. O. O. F.
Humboldt Oastle, K. ti. E.
Roosevelt Republican Club.
Alpha Council. I,. O. H. 0.
Escalator Council, U. F. A.
Friendship Uidge. K. ol 4'.
Crusaders Temple. L. U. K.
Jeflerson laslge, 1. O. O. F.
Delaware Conclure, I. O. H.
Moos Rose Temple. L. H. È.
Apollo K. G. E, Brass Band.
Diamond State Homing Club
Eighth Ward Single l ax Club.
Second Ward Single Tax Club.
Seventh Waul Single Tax Club.
Kadosh Oommandery, K. id M.
Keokuk Tribe. Imp'd U. K. M.
Brand) wine « onclare, S. W. M.
Palestine Oastle, A. O. K. M. O.
W llmington Lnlg... A. O. D. W.
Winona Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.
Delaware itommandery, K. (i. È.
Hiawatha 1'tibe, Imp'd O. R. A4.
Wilmington Lodge of Maeliiuista.
Delmarvia iaMlge. L. A. to H. R. T.
istdy Washington Home Communion.
I respective Chapter. American timid.
Wasmnglon r amp, No. 21. 1«. t,t. >s. a.
Brandywine Lraige, tirdet of the World.
Wilmington Lodge. No. ITS, ). O. G T.
Washington Long■>, No. 1. A. K. * A. M.
Ccuit Brandywine, t uieatett ol Ametrca.
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MARKET AND SECOND STREETS.
THOMAS H. CAPPEAU,
ALLMOND'S PHARMACY,
CORNER DELAWARE AVE. AND DU PONT ST,
MARKET AND SEVENTH STS.
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N. E. COR. FOURTEENTH AND MARKET AND 2004 MARKET STREET.
H. W.Vandever
Company
Bicycles,
Baseball Goods,
Tennis Racquets
and Supplies,
General Sporting
Goods.
809 Market 5 t.
TRIED TO KILL HIMSELF.
Young Man Endeavored to Open Jugular
Vein.
Joseph Kelly, a young man, with a
eurk leg, one nanti and one thumb, at
tempted to commit, suicide in the res
taurant of Clarence It. Holt, on East
Fourth street, last evening, after having
las'll hsl si llie expense of a charitahly
inelinod citizen, who found him oy Market
street
He trior! to puncture his jugular vein
with a fork, but was prevented by the
waiters in the restaurant, who jumped
on him and held him until the |toliee
arrh ed and look him to the police station.
Kelly is a stranger in this city. It is
not known why he attempted to commit
suicide. This morning lie was arraigned
liefore Dupuly Judge Joslyn itr the City
Court on the charge of drunkenness and
was fined $0,
Card ot Thanks.
Mrs George E. Stark, 520 West Eighth
street, wishes to thank I he many friends
who eontributed flowers and extended
sympathy in her bereavement,*
M imrIoiimi y Marling.
The Woman's Homo Missionary
Soeiely of St. Paul's M. E. Church
will hold its monthly meeting to
morrow evening, at the Borne of Mrs.
E. Hardesty, 2001 Boulevard.
Honni «*f Traite.
Sixty new members will he Laken
into the Board of Trade at the regular
meeting this evening. The meeting
will be followed by a reception to the
new members.
Stricken With C
Thomas Bueeham, chief engineer on
the tugboat Majestic of the American
Dredging Co., was seized with cramps
early this morning and was taken in
the Pkœnix Ambulance to the Dela
ware Hospital, where he received medi
cal attention.
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Runaway Accident.
'W Brothers.
822 Tatnall street.raoawsy from Eighth
and New streets yesterday and in its
dash wrecked an ice cream JoL*
owned by Virwmo Oiaoomn, *ho*w««
nim d."' Th* th '' Vehiole " nd sHÄ
injui a. iho runaway was rau«. ht
Tenth a id Tatnall streets—^ gtt at
lOld Coughs
New coughs are bad enough.
Qld coughs are worse, much
worse. They always mske
one think of bronchitis, con
sumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral quickly cures new coughs. And it cures
old ones, too. The next time you see your doctor, ask him why this medicine
so promptly relieves coughs.
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FARMED AN!) GROCERS
Attending the Industrial Fair
Today In Large Numbers.
IT IS A SPECIAL OCCASION
All of the Attractions Aro at
Their Best.
»icing (he First Mercantile Half Holiday
of the Season In Wilmington, Those Who
Opportunity to
Observe It Have
( less Their Establishments and Visit
the Exhibition«
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Todsy is one of the big days of the
mercantile fair at Brandywine .Springs
Park, as it is farmers and retail grocers
day and a largo crowd is expected Ibis
afternoon and evening. Farmers from
all (tarts of the comity and many from
Pennsylvania and down the Mule will
attend and it will be one of l lie best op|tor
(tmifies fit the fair for the Wilmington
meroante to Ret trii'le that, heretofore
lias been going to Philadelphia.
Retail grocers of Wilmington have their
first half holiday of the season today and
they will lie there in force, with their
dorks. In (act, retail hut-mess in many
lines will be suspended this afternoon
mid the scene ot activity will be trans
ferred from Wilmington to the park.
The various amusements at the park
have been doing a hirge business this
week, which is un usuel tor the first week
of the .easOn. Yesterday and last night
the attendance was verj-large and every
body appeared to be much pleased with
display. The exhibitors have some
latdy in charge of their booths from noon
until (ate si night and they continue to
give out thousands of samples.
The lair will close on Saturday night.
The officiais and committee of the Mer
cantile Association, who arranged for
the fair, are much pleased with flic success
of (he venture and it may l>e given an
nually in the future.
Osrpsta and Rugs.
Have you tried out new process ? We
dean, dye And scour carpets or rugs at
reasonable prices. Joseph H. Gooding,
Fourteenth and Scott streets.*
I he
Krlttrnrd From M.slco,
Harry B. Jacobs, a former news
paperman of this city, who for the
past two years has I tee a working on
the Monterey News, at Monterey,
Mexico, is here on a visit. He will
spend some time here.
Did You Notice?
HOW COZY that little home looked. That is and every day
expression. You know the Secret; well it's this, people who have
the coziest home, if you were to follow them on shopping days, you
wduld find them making their way to the Grand Union Tea Com
pany's Store. There they buy Teas. Coffees, Spices. Extracts.
Baking Powder, Soaps, Cocoa, etc., and receive with every pur
chase, tickets which can be exchanged for useful and ornamental
articles for the home. There is a big saving to deal with
firm that divides it profits with its customers. Grand Union goods
are of the highest quality and guaranteed pure.
Mail or phqne orders receive prompt attention; in fact, Grand
Union wagons pass your door daily.
Grand Union Tea Company,
D. & A. Phone 1384A. 609 King St.. Wilmington.
HOTEL MARLBOROUGH,
Broadway, Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh Streets,
Herald Square, New York.
Most Centrally Located Hotel
Broadway.
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Under New Mnnagementslnce
January 1 st, 1955 ,
completely RENOVATED and TRANSFORMED
in every department. U
The largest and
most attractive lohbv and e«.
tunda in Ute city, 7 M E °
Two beautiful new DINING BOOMS
Superior TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
from ti to 9 p. m.
every <l*y
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The Famous German
Rathskeller,
Broadway's Chief Attraction lor Special Food
Dishes. Popular Music.
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BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE,
European Plan.
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390 BATHS.
Reduced Rates for Permanent Guests.
Bates for Rooms, Sl.Vi and upward; f-'.no and upward with hath. Parlor
» 1 », »4 (Wand IVM par day. Parlor, iwo bedrooms and hath, ».no, *.«> _
extra w here two person* occupy « single room. Write for Booklet ■ 51,1(1
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SWEENEY-T1ERNEY HOTEL COMPANY.
E. M. TIERNEY, Manager.
New Fasl Morning Express
Train lo Philadelphia.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
For the «pccial accommodation ot \vij
mington patrons, a new fast express
haa been Inaugurated, leaving WUmin*
ton s.oo a. m., arriving at Philadelphia
8.85 a. m., weekday«.
train
PENNSYLVANIA
1 RAILROAD.
PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE: ANb
WASHINGTON DIVISION. '
f»ch«riule In rfleet May 87th, 1000.
Trains leave Wilmington as follow*
For Chester and Philadelphia. 1.4a. 4 is
6.80. f7.10. 7.20. 7.42. 7.50, +*.07, 8.50. Wflo jJ
10.09, «0.60. 11.18, +11.32. 11.45 a. m.. fl- ù
+2.85, 2.68. fS.iiO, 4.35, 5.05, +5 30. 6.07. Va? 1 Ÿ
918. 10.00 and +11.00 n. m. week days. 1« 4 u' I
47.10. ff.12. +9-00. 9.35. 10.09. li.45a. tn„ 41 .* i , {i- !
fj.00. 2.68, 43.50, 5.05, 15.80, Ü.07, 6.55. 4" ' - •
lo.oo and fll.00 r>. m. Sundays.
For PhllHflelphjH only. 3.39. 9.35 a. m lo w
B.00. 6.22. 6 . 18 . 7^11 and 8.00'p. m. week-days,
а. m., 6.22. 6.18. 7.11 and 8.00 p. m. Hundayi
For New York (through express-. 1.48. 3 3<> 9 *.
45 a. m.. *12.29, *1.37, 8.10, 5.22. *6.23 *7
9.28 p. m.. weok-davs. 1.43. 8.39. *11.45 a. m' •xvt
2.58, 6.22. *0.28, *7.11 and 9.23 p. m. Sundays. '
For Boston without change, 10.00 a. m. and At»
p. m. week-days. 8.00 p. m. Sunday«.
Baltimore and Wa5nJngton, 1.03, 4,20. 715 «ryn
9.10.410.14. 11.07. *11.48a. m., *12.85, *1 ll.w»'
8.80. 3.59. 5.26. 6 03. *6.26. 7.iO. *741. *8.15. «.01 a
m. and 12.18 night, week-day a i.ofl, 4 20 7 is
8.02. 410.14. 11.48 a. m.. *12 3-5. *2.05, 8.30, 8.5* sS
«03. *6.26. *7.31, 8.15, t«-01 p. m, and 12.18 nkhu
Sundaya.
Baltimore und Intermediate station«. 42.43, t4 u
б. 5» p. m. week-days and 45.68 p. m. Sumlava
FOR THE SOUTH.
Atlantic Coast Line—Express, 1.03 a. m. and 12 a
p. m. daily.
Southern Railway—Kxpre*. 4.20 a m.. 6.25tna
7.81 p. m. dally.
Seaboard Air Line Railway—Express, 4.20 a.m.
and 8.80 p. m. daily.
Norfolk and Western Railway—For Memphi»
and New Orleans, 6 26 p. m. daily.
Cheaapeake A Ohio Railway— Exprès, 11.07 a
m. week days, 8.L5 p. m. daily.
DELAWARE DIVISION.
For New Castle. 6.55. 8.2«a. m.. 8.05. 3 44 tnl
6.52 p. ra. week-days; 7.53 a. m. and 4.30 p. m.
Sundays.
For Lewes and Rehobath. 8.28 a. m. and 3 44 p.
m. weak-dsye: 7.63 a. m. and 4.80 p. m. Bnndayi.
For Dover. Harrington, and Dclniar, 8 28. 10 .«
a m . 8.44. 6.62 p. m. and 12 00 night week dan
7.53 a. m 4.80 p. m.. and 12.00 Sundays.
For Harrington and way stations, 6.55a. m. anl
8.05 p. m. week daya
Express for ( ape Charles, Old Point ' omfon
and Norfolk, 10.42 a. m. week-days and 12.00 night
daily.
■•K
FOR ATLANTIC CITY.
ConnccUnjf via West PhiladelphiA 8.50 a
(Saturdays only). 2.58 and 6.18 p. m., we^k^davi
8 12. a. m.. 12.15 and 6.18 p. m.. Sundays. Atlantic
ty. Special, 3.40 p. m.. week days.
•Dlninc car. 4Accommodation traîna
The WilmiuRton Transfer Cx>. will call for and
rheck baiftrape from botela and residence*
For further information, apply to J H. Mo
Williams. City Ticket Agent, 60S Market «twit,
or at the station. Telephones, City Ticket Office,
D. A A. 82-50. Pelmarvia 1811.
W. W. ATTEKBURY,
General Manager.
GEO.
General Pawenger Agent
I
J. R. WOOD.
Pass'r Traffic Mansier,
W. Boyd.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
Scbedule In effect May 27, 190fl.
Trains Leave Delaware Avenue Station,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
•Dâiiy Î Daily except Sunday. ISundar
NEW YOHÎranà the Eaat. *2.28, *5.26. *9 40. t ...
Ill 3ft a. m.; J1.26. *8.30, *5.17, "Royal Limited, 1 "
•7,42,■*!LOO p. na.
(local) ;*40,
local), *9.|U;
Î11.19. §11.35»
0,14.30(local,]f4.52 local-;
16.29 (looaJ), J7.00, §7 OS
ica* ). *11.00 To. m.
(local), !«w.
local) J10 57
40.
»7.«, •!] rw P m.
PHILADELPHIA. *2.26. *5 26, J5.80
•7.30 (local), J*.00. 18.10, §8
110 48 (local), 110.57 (local).
11.26,13.05 ( local ). *3.30. §4.30 (
•5.17. "Royal Umitcd " ^
(local). *7.42,18.52 (local). *11.00 Ip.
CHESTER, 15.30 (local). 16.40, *7.» (
J8-10. §^.34, (lCH'Al), *9 40. §10.4» (Wall 11057
jloi'al). §11 .85« m. . { 1.26,13.05 (local), 14.80 1 local),
14-62 (local ),l« 20(IOCal). 17.00, |7.to (local>.*T.4J.
§b;52 (localj, * 11.00 p. m.
ALTIMOKK A WASHINGTON, *4.18, *8.16. 111.01
a m.. *2.47. *4.47, J6.60, *6.44, • Rotr.
Limitad." *9.09. *10.08 p. ra.
BALTXMORK and way stations, *7.00, §8.1« a. nL.
18.10. §6.00 p. m.
NEWARK. *4.18. 17.00, *8.10. 111.01, a. m., 112.«\
•1.06, 13.10, 75.50, §6.00, 17.00, *9.09, §11.30
B1NGERLY. J7.00, §h. 16, J11.01 (Expnes) a m..
112 40, 18.10, J5.50 (Expiera). |6.00, 17.00, §U.30
p m.
Landen berg
m.. 16.00, §7.26 p. m.
PITTSBURG. *8.16 a. m., §4.47, 15.50. *«,44, "Royii
Limited," *10.03 p. m.
CHICAGO. *8.16 a. m., »2.47 p. m.
CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS A LOUISVILLE, *S.Ma.
m., *1.06, *9 09 p. m.
DELAWARE AVENUE STATION,
pelmarvia Telephone No. 2193.
D. A A. Telephone No. 1422A.
City Ticket office. No. 804 Market street
D. A A. Telephone 1758A.
Delmarvia Telephone 2195.
.34 (
c,
1
p. m.
and way atationa 10.25, §10.15 a.
H. A« MILLER.
Traveling Paraengar Agn*
WILSON LINE.
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT LINE FOR PHILA
DELPHIA.
IKON STEAMERS
City of Chester and Brandywine.
Leave Wilmington, Fourth street wharf, week
day* and Sundays for Philadelphia, 7 JO and 10 «
a. xn.. anti 1.30 and 4.16 p. m.
J>Rve Cherâcf one hour later.
Leave Philadelphia. Chestnut Street Whs*,
week-days and Sundays, 7.30 and 10.30 a. m.. 1.»
and 4.15 n. m.
Leave Chester one hour later.
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS.
Kxire Imm4n leave Wilmington and Philadelphia
at 7.00 and 9 ao p. m.
-£ or Wa «hingn.n Park. 10.30«. ra.. 1,80. 4.15*ad
t Returning leave Washington Park at
4.80.7.1ft and 10 00 p. m.
Saturdays. .Sundays and holidays between Phila
delphia and Wilmington, fare one way 30 c; round
trip, 80c. Between Chester and Philadelphia or
" llmington. one way 16c, round trip Jfto. On all
îî*'* r /lava gftod on day of sale only between
Philadelphia and Wilmington, one way 16 c. roun>l
Jrij? ÄC« Between r bester and Philadelphia or
Wilmington on « way 10 c. round trip, 15c.
HORACE WILSON, General Manner.
New Jersey & Wilmington Ferry Co.
Steamer Ulrica.
Time 1 st,to In effect May 80U>, 190«.
, Week days,
leaves Wilmington, (t.UO a m., 3.00. «.15 p. to.
Leaves Penn s Grove, li.OO, 10.00 a, m.. 5.00 p. ta
, Saturdays,
flares Wilmington, K .00 a. m., 3.00, «15, 10 30 P®.
Leave Penn's Grove, « 00 , 10.00 *. m., 5.00,7.15 pm
, Sundays
leaves Wilmington. 9.30 a. m.. 180 , «15 p. m.
Laaves Penn's Grove, 8.00,11.00 a. m., 5.00 p. m.
Phone wo 0. A.
Bowers' Beach.
Steamer John P. Wilson
î^* TP 2.?* ew * ** s He for Bowers and Lebanon, Tue*
days. Thursdays and Saturdays.
Fare, $1. Round Trip. $ 1.60.
Call Holt's Restaurant or Wilmington. Nr«
( asUeand Southern Railway (ordetalled schedule
ANCHOR LINE
GUSGOW AND LONQOltDERRt
bin.lug iro
New York Kvery F*aturday
New Twin Screw Steamship*.
"CALEDONIA" noil "COLUMBIA."
Average passage 74« days.
AND FAVORITE STEAMSHIPS.
"Astoria* and •■vcrnbs-i
F or Kates of Saloon, second Cabin or Thlei t !•«
Passage. Book of Tour» and further Iniormsuv"
•PI'ly to „ . M
_.... HENDERSON BROTHERS, New tork. «
SAMUEL F. BETTS, 7 W. Fourth street ; J- '
I hlKGE, ti W. Seventh street. WllOlingtOD
Gr»(tu»tr<l In Music.
Miss Mary K. Tbielmnn of thiseitf
haa graduated from Combs' Hf«*.
Street Conserratory of music
supervision department. The g™" 11 ,
ating exercises were held at Music*
Hall on Tuesday evening.
lie
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