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ESTABLISHED 183a.
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ONK CENT.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1902.
ONE CENT.
|» Woman's Missionary Society. Qj
Elkion, Md., April 9.—The
annual convention of the Woman's
■: Home and Foreign Missionary
Societies of the New Castle Pres
bytery was held in West Notting
ham Presbyterian Church at Co
!|ora, Cecil county, today. The
delegates numbered about 80, rep
resenting the entire Presbytery in
(Delaware and on the Eastern Shore
of Maryland.
j The officers of the home society
are: ~
, President, Mrs. W. K. Crosby,
of Wilmington, Del.; secretary,
hlrs. G. A. Martiudale, Zion;
responding secretary. Miss Mar
garet Wilson, Greenville, lie'.;
treasurer, Mrs. 8. E. Johnson,
(Wilmington, Del.; secretary Freed
's Society, Mrs. Austin Car
, Zion; secretary Y. P. S. C. E.
taiss Bertha Harlan, Wilmington;
secretary Literature, Mrs. E. G.
folk,! 'ooomoke City, Md.
k The officers of the Foreign So
E are:
ident, Miss Gertrude Bridge
Man, Newark, Del.; secretary,
Hiss E. B. Taylor, Wilmington;
recording secretary, Miss M. A.
Barr, Wilmington; treasurer, Mi«.
Iff- H. Logan, Wilmington; secre
. Urv Literature, Mrs. E. G. Polk,
Poeomol.o City; secretary Chris
tian Endeavor, Miss A. B. McLean
Wilmington; secretary boxes,
Hiss Minnie E. Holmes, Dover,
cor
mau
(tart
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Del.
11 Bowlers at the Young Mens' Re
publican Club arc contesting for the
ltuilolpli gold medal which is offered
lor the howler making the highest
■core in one game.
■farted April 1st. and will continue
(or one month.
Tnc contest
k
A woman in an
*fi«r trying many nil
ry lowii in Illinois
ti ed -\ouicii" in
taato . U is said, baa written i ho following
ftanunonlal to her druggist who Is boom
tag Vino!.
I *'D«ar dir: Before taking Vinol I was
-ioo weak to spank the baby. I have tak
an threo bottles and now 1 can lick
aiKband. Heaven blo-s yon!"
. <Tbe Vinoi agency in Wilmington la N.
R Danfortli'H drug store Market and
fecund streets.
my
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iu tiiimi always.
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lic daily average circulation of
iu«' Daily Republican exceeds that of any
ullier daily iiowepapor i
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kt-ar thuL f u<?t
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Wte for illustrated book lot.
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I R. E. R. RAMSEY.
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Ocean front; capacity 800; largest and most
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And weekly social features.
CH AS. R. MY Fits.
THE MARION
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Joyous Springtime?
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COMPOUND.
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_ by Removing Your
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Are you still suffering, misery and
despondency V Does the grim spectre
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springtime brings happiness and
blessings to others around you? Arc
you still clinging tenaciously to falso
theories of physicians or friends who
persist in assuring you that time,care
and tile use of your present medicine
will give you new health?
Be assured your present condition'
is a perilous one. The continuance
of the medicine you aro now using is
a tolly; you are simply trifling with
life and wasting precious time.
You should remember that while
nature clothes the fields with fresh
grass and flowers, and while the trees
with a strong life aro showing burst
ing buds and new foliage, Unit human,
beings—old and young—drop off in
thousands in springtime.
Now is llic lime for prompt, decid
ed, and practical action if life is to be
saved. Prejudice and the erroneous
theories of even medical men should
he cast aside when the hand of death
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Paine's Celery Compound has a rec
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Will be given at the New Century
Club drawing room on Friday even
ing. April Uth.
bad from any of the members of
West Suodav School and at Humph
rey Brothei's store No. 613 Market
street.
Tickets cao be
THE SAVOY
Chelsou. Atlantic City, N. J.
Di rectly
and cold water In
all bith roaina. J
booklet. Uoducud rutug. for enttro spring
season, Booklet. B. AI. HAN LEV.
the beach. Sun parlor. Hot
. Sou \v.*ter in
heat. Write for
fHUUeliington
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Virgini
id* jl locution. Ch
tortable, select, li o
Table and st
Kates pr
special week I
booklet. IHtO. L. HAWKINS.
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till, COIU
ii e like
tinsiirpsi
'rite for
s and
HOTEL CHETWOODE
1 ludiauu Aves,
Allan
Upon throughout tho yeur,
cuiaine unsuruusa'jd;
ho^ch. Bpccial rates.
>c City, N. J.
beat,
miuutu walk from
MRS. P. A. DEMPSEY.
HOTEL MORTON
Virginia Avoiiuc.
J minutes' walk frem Beach.
Open nil ttio year. Elevator from streot
level to all floors. Steam ho.it, bim parlor.
Hut aud cold butlrs: Finu table a specialty.
MRS, IU R, HA IN LB.
HADDON HALL
Atlantic City, N. J.
F.very modern appoinifneut mul comlor**
Hct and cold
wuier btttlm. Golf links.
Illustrated literature.
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oak opting Poultry Farm. Wil„
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PERSONAL
MENTION
Interesting Paragraphs
About Visitors and--'*
Home Entertain*
ments.
DUPONT— CHICIt ESTER.
St; James' P. E Church, Twenty
second aud Walnut streets, Phila
delphia, was the scene of a fashiona
ble wedding at noon yesterday wheu
Miss Mary Rlcbards'Chicbestcr bo
came the bride of Alexis Felix du
Pont of this city.
The ceremony was performad by
Bishop Coleman, assisted by Rev.
William C. Richardson, pastor of
the church.
Miss Anne Emlcn Ilamersly was
maid of honor and wore a gown of
blue Paris muslin, trimmed with
white Duchcsse lace, a blue bat,
trimmed with pink roses, and carried
bridesmaid roses.
The bridesmaids were Misses Ethel
Wister, Josephine Brinton, Pauline
Davis Bowie, Bessie an Pont, Mar
garet Buckley, Fannie Fox and Isa
belle Wurts Harrison. They all wore
gowns of white Paris muslin, trim
med with blue ribbons and pearls,
chiffon hats, trimmed with blue rib
bons and carried bouquets of brides
maids roses, tied with blue satin rib
bon.
Tbc bride was given away by her
brother, Washington Chichester, of
Maryland. She wore almutifulgown
of white satin, trimmed with old fam
ily lace, a tulle vail, fastened with
orange blossoms and lilles-of-the-val
ley, and carried pink roses.
Allan Henry was best man and tile
ushers were S. Deas Siukler, Ernest
dnPont, Dr. Henry Winsor, Oglesby
Paul, Isaac Harte-, of Ohio, Lamorte
duPont, Edward Bradford, Jr., and
Bradshaw Chichester.
The church was beautifully decora
ted with palms and spring llowcrsaud
plants. The pulpit was banked with
tall stalely palms, intermingled with
blooming plants of white and pink
azeleas and white lilacs.
After a wedding breakfast at the
residence of the bride's sister, Mrs.
Muir, No. 2317 De Lancey slreol, Mr
aud Mrs. du Pont left on a wedding
trip after which they will reside in
this city.
Among the guests piescnt were
Hugh Lenox Bond of Baltimore, 8 .
Davie. Page, Misses Elolse and An
na Bond, uf Baltimore, Pauline Da
vies Bowie, Isabelle Harrison, Au
gusta Muir, the Misses Brown, Isa.
belle Morton, Emily Rhoades, Ethel
Wister, Anne Ilamersly, Margaret
Uuokloy, Alrni and Bessie duPont,
Josephine Brinton, Washington B.
Chichester and wife, Arthur Mason
Chichester "and wife, George Mason
Chichester and wife, James Large
aud wife, David Penner and wife,
John Wallington Muir, Deas Siukler,
lidwanl Bradford, Henry Winsor,
Isaac Harter, Leeds Bowie, or Wash
ington,. Eugene, Paul, Archie, Wil
liam and Victor du Pont, Francis du
Pont aud wife, Mrs. LaJlotl duPont
Victor du Punt and wife, 1. du Pont
and wife, ICrncst and Thomas Cole
man du Pont. Allan llenry, Lamutte
du Pont, Bradshaw Chichester.
Smith— McCaulmsy,
Miss Virginia McCauIley, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George VV. Mc
Caullev, was married last evening In
Harrison Street M. E. Church, lo
Winfield II. Smith, of Baltimore.The
ceremony was performed try Uev.
Walter 10. Avery, in the presence of
a large number of friends of Hie
contracting parties. Lohengrin's wed
ding march was played bv Noble F.
Hadley.
The bride and groom met at life
altar rail and the tailor was given
away bv Iter grandfather, Hubert
McCauIley.
Tire bridesmaids were Misses Ma
bel Honpes, Manna Jester, Luiu May
Hclsler and Nell G. Clayton. Mrs.
Clarence McCauIley was matron of
tionor and Lewis McCtlnluck was best
mau.
The ushere were Edward T. Price,
George A. Sammons, Jubn A. Tale,
and George B. Bisln p.
The bride was atlircd in a band
some gown of white salitt with point
lace and carried llllio.t ofulre-valloy
Tiie gownsnf the Mieses Clayton
and Ilelsler were of pink muslin,
wliile those of lire MIssjs Hoopes and
Jester were of white muslin,
carried sweet peas. Tiro gown of the
.matron of honor was of white point
(P esprit.
The chnruh waf decorated for tl 10
occasion, flowers and potted plants
being i.i profusion.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the homo of II.o
bride's parents, No. 1121 West Eighth
street, artcr which the happy couple
left bn a wedding lour to i'ineliurst,
Palm Beach and other resorts.
Mr. aud Mrs. Smith received many
presents. 'J hey will reside In Balti
more.
All
Kiukland—Gardineu.
Wiillam J. Kirkland, a clerk in tho
ufliee of Clerk of the Peace Quigley,
aud Miss Margate!. Emily Gardiner
are to he married tills evening and
will make their home at No. 933
Chestnut street. Mr. Kirkland Is
one of tiie foremost members of Star
of Bethlehem Lodgo of Orangemen,
of the Rod Men and the Knights of
8 t. John and Malta, and also is a
mem her of the Fast Side Bepublican
Association.
SCOTT—CROUCli.
'William D. Scott, of Denton, Md,,
and Miss Viola Crouch, of Milford,
Del., were married at the residence
of Frank Lacey, No. 1028 Poplar
street, last evening by Rev. II. S.
Dulaney.
JOSEPH—CUMMINGS.
Charles B. Joseph and Miss Ida
Cummings were married at Asbury
parsonage, last eveuiog by Rev, H.
S. Dulaney.
TIERCE—CALDWELL.
Winfield II Pierce aud Miss Ma
mie M. Caldwell were married at As
bury parsonage last evening by Rev.
II. S. Dulaney.
CALWALADEIt— 51AUNER.
Ferguson L. Cadwaiader and Miss
Helen V. Mauner were married at
Asbury parsonage, April 0, by Rev.
H. S. Dulaney.
MOOSE—ALLEN,
April
Moore of Wilmington,
Maud Allen, liviug near here, were
married today at the residence ol
the bride. They Ictt on the 2.35 p.
m. train for a wedding trip north,
after which they will reside in Wil
mington.
9. —Thomas
and Miss
Seaford,
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT.
Mr. and Mrs. William Belts have
issued invitations to the wedding
of tbeir daughter, Eleanor Church
man Betts, aud Alfred D. Warner.
Jr., on Wednesday evebing. April
30, in the First Unitarian Church.
CARD BASKET.
City Councilman Henry li. Smith,
accompanied bv Mrs. Smith, wiii
sail from New York on Aoril 21 (or
Europe. They will visit marry
places of interest on the continent
and will be gone for several weeks,
Mr. Smith has a number of rela
tives in Germany whom lie will visit
and expects lo have uu enjoyable
lime.
Frank Corblt, Joshua Conner and
Christian Frederick have returned
from Atlantic City, wnere they
went to view tile havoc wrought by
the recent fire.
Matthew 11. Gray pf Queen
Anne's county, Ml , is visiting Uis
nephew, John U. Gray,
Mrs. Lydia Smilh, of Millington,
Md., favored Asbury parsonage with
a call.
Mr. James Philips of New Albany,
Ind., Is visiting Iris brothers, Samuel
Philips of Brandywine hundred, and
Peter Philips. Mr. Philips went to
Indiana in 1831. llu plastered the
first two story houses built in Netv
Albany, now a city of over 30,00) in
habitants,
elapsed since ids last visit to Delaware
Miss Margaret Lank has returned
ho ne from a visit to Miss E.Izab.'th
Smillierf, of Smyrna.
Dr, Snithin Chand'cr and wife tviil
return Irmiu about the middle ot
September, when the Dutor will re
sume ills practice in tins city.
David McConnell war in our city
yesterday.
Thirtv-fJv.
has
years
TRIUMPH OF
DAVID HARUi.
Wm. H. Crane's Faithful
Production of West
coil's Shrewd Oid
Countryman.
Aff r waiting for t\v» fb.'ira.
mint of which ll.lt
:ii.irio
Burin f
,is Stton in Nov
Frolimuu prrtHoiHml tiio
of Ld
lr.
1
81
ttiziillo - '.
■1
!. ••David liar
if l
(MU'S «ll«
witb Willi
of i he nil row l oil countryiimii,
in tho" chiiructr
li. • r.
ht»
, M
Clio-I nut root Opjnv II
l.
Thu jikiy and l»» priucli-nl
more p:
Philadelphia for
day nigli •
•ovl hi
i hit
act
od th.
■ V
my ye?
id v t hot
it3 of Hie <o
As to the
. cot among llio ca
. Th *y n'l praisn I It i
t humor, rti gguil pitting
l ribiolutaly
jma utmospho r, A§ for Mr.
jnitl hit I:i tin part of llio
id ohnp who cliamro l tin (ioldon Rule to
•'Do uu to tho ollior fell
wcu d like to do unto you.
tu-." lie-cored a po I Ivo triumph,
butte
iiVllll
tor in 4 for t ts» quf
nohy
;1 lor \U elm
t;
i
v ns lie
ly do it
::nl:
N
•ler s inly
pe, and it
LhJnlin T. Kaymonil'g
Flnrouo j'g
T. Owen's ^oluu
l Jogjph Jufforgon'g Hip Van
In fiiCo it Is Haiti that the play
what "Kip" has
• istio cli.-ii
(•U till)
bum
bus
k
will take r
Mulberry H.l!ers.
B.u-J well Sir* <\ Job
Will:
ShlUglo
Wltiklo
will bo to Mr. Lr
Mr. JoiTarsou.
Tho play Ins niu h to
|!roso;Hs
but tbrivhiK town—not idouliznl plotu os
of luoaiH, bub riot urea
beon hcou by everyo io who
tlof llio
!tnl, coucroto huiuau
bm'll all I Is
unit it. It
in u small
aerios of trleiuioi 1
by any in
finch as h*
has lived within
It is true to
turo, aud It is devo'd of all exaggeration •
In trail den ing tiie uiory H orn ihe book
to the sTi'.go very few llbortias were takou
wl Ii tho novo!, and "David Ilarum" a« a
play Htands tc-.lay tho bestdramatizilion
that baa boon made of any book in many
Tho throj nets into which tho
b.H8.
year*.
work \h divided aro all laLl In Hoinovlllo,
•md oro :cciv.*--thut which Ir'ugs iho
second net to
of lon'tUtlc stage mechanism. Who i* it
that hdi rend tho book :tud l)ft? ?o: lau fli
ol over the hotifi trado with tho sancfcl
mnoioas Kcncou Perkin ? This scono ii
sbowiF'U llio opening net, the bay horse
coIuk fcroug^i out Qt tbc biru aud stiowu
off td th j dcaoon and ihj i
La tor tho nudluuco sco. tin doaoon bohin.l
Iho balky nniiunl in a torrifio thunder
storm, Ibdnboriug tin animal, which
reluBJd to movo. Ojo of tho prominent
Philadelphia papors spoke of tho play as
furnishing tho most delightful entertalu
incut seen iu the city thus .for this sea
lU'Yelous pl-'CO
end—is it
effpoieJ*
Mr. Cruoo's engagement in Plillatlol
phiA ia a limited one, with ,matinees «aoh
Weduesduy nod Saturday. Sants are
weoks iu advance, and tho mau
sale t
agement will be pleased .to fill all orders
that may corn# by mall or other channels.
DELAWARE
CONFERENCE.
1
The thirty-ninth annual session of
the Delaware Conference, the oldest
colored conference connected with
ttio while Methodist Episcopal Church
in America, was begun in Jane's
Methodist Episcopal Church, German
town, yesterdap. Bishop 8 . M. Mer
rill, of Chicago, presided. More than
125 ministerial and lay delegates were
present from Delaware, Marvland,
Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
and New England, Following, the
administration of life Lord's Supper
the organization of the conference
was effected by the election of the
following officers:—
Recording secretary, Rev. J.
Natter, of Philadelphia; assistant
secretaries. Revs. I). A. Rideout, F.
J. Handy. J. II. Blake, W. F. Cotton,
IV. T. iieinsley; statistical secretary,
Rev. J. E. II. Johns; assistants, Revs.
J. L. Parker, IV. 8 . Brown, J. R.
Hollis, W. E. Waters, \V. I. llean.
J. W. Fenderson; treasurer, Rev. N.
W. Moure.
Finance Committee for the ,Confer
ence—Ucvs. J It. Brown. C. W. I'ul
lett, I. L. Elbert, R. G. Riley, A.
L, Martin.
Committee on Twentieth Century
Thank-offering Fund—Revs. F. J.
Handy, W. L. Hughes, ,T. S. S. Col
bonrnc, A. F. Ennels, It. G. Waters.
The following announcement of
committees was made by Bishop Mer
rill:—
Missions—Revs, II. A. Monroe and
J. II. Pearce.
Conference Stewards — R
Lee, L. W. Deakins,
Grisby, W. II. Johnson, J. F. Moloek.
Suuday School—Kcvs. .1. II.
Blake, I. J. Elbert. VV. S. Brown.
Temperance—Revs. J.
Cox, P. M. Shelton, .1. II Jobnao.).
Education—Revs. W. C Jason,
C. W. Pullett, Abraham Chase.
Bible aud Tract—Revs. M. II.
Horsey, J. K. Adams, J. W. Howl
ing.
II.
F. J.
J. E. A. D.
W. W.
Slate of the Church—Revs. W. J.
Moore, J. R Brinkley, W. E. Hil
ton, 10. Maloney, C. 10. Henry.
Periodicals—Revi. 10. H. Webb,
J. W. Bond. J. M. Hubbard, G. B.
Coleman.
Sanctity of the Sabbath—Revs.
A. I j. Henry. A. S. Arnos, C. A.
Norwood.
Post Office—Rev. J. Jeffers.
Memoirs—Revs. H. A. Monroe,
F. C. Wriifht, J. R. BriuUiey,. I J.
Elbert. W. Cotton.
Church Extension —Revs. J, II.
Winters, G. R. Hollis, L. E. Toul
son.
Prccdtneo a Aid and Sonlhern
Education—Revs. J. E.
O'Connell, P. M. Shelton,
. L. T, Robbins.
Kesoiutiocs —fcfeJrs. W. C. Dicker-
son. N. W. Moore, \V. F. Cottou,
J. O. Blake.
Ministerial Oualificationa—Revs.
M. H. Horsey, G. 'T. Tovvusend, \V.
J. Moore. U. H. Coleman.
Conference Relations—Revs. I.1L
White, J). It. Dunn, A. W. Lowber,
P. 0 ! Conr>e!l, L. K. Tuulsou.
Rev. II. T. Jolinsou was annonuc
ed to preach the annual missionary
sermon.
The live presiding elders made
their reports as follows: Rev. A.
K. Shockley, J or the Philadelphia
District: Rev. C. A. Tind'cy lor the
Wilmington District; Rev. J. II.
Scott, lor the Centreyille District;
Rev. L. Y. Cox for tiie Cambridge
District un<l Rev. J. R. Waters for
Sal iso ury District. Each report
showed a considerable increase in
membership and finances during
the year.
At the statistical session held in
the afternoon it was shown that no
rapid had been the progress ot the
church in the pasL vear the e a
likelihood now ol creating another
presiding cider district over which
it is believed liev. Dr. P. O. Con
nell will be placed in charge.
Rev. A. P. Camphor, ot Monrovia
Liberia, Africa, made the annual
address before the Women's Mis
sionary Societies ol the conference iu
the evening, liev. Mr. Camphor,
who has spent six rears in Africa
in establishing industrial training
schools among the natives, declared
in his address that when the Chris
tian nations of the world succeed
ed in making an industrial Alrica
iu Africa through the aid of the
natives themselves, heathenism
would vanish.
Thi conference will be in session
until Monday.
Webb, P.
L. J.
To id
f trike Caused I y Cat.
Shaion, Pa., April ». —A raaltese
cat, an Irate manager and a torn silk
stocking figured in a strikeamong the
40 chorus girls in the Wilbur Opera
Company here last night. Baby Mas
C'jtte Corinne, a child actress, owns
the Ciit, and in one of the dressing
rooms a chorus girl grabbed it"by the
neck. Jt bowled loudly and clawed a
big bole in one of her silk stockings.
Manager Fuhvood, angered by the
disturbance, at once lined the girl.
She refused to pay and would not pro
ceed with her part. She was joined
by the other chorus girls, aud all
went on a strike. A truce was de
clared and the show proceeded, but
unless the line be remitted the fair
strikers will leave the company. J
DOTS.
Josiah Marvil sent letters of Incor
poration to Dover tills morning for
the Sommers Bros, company of Pitta
burg, Tiie capital stock is about
• 100 , 000 .
Tbc Y. M. C. A game of basket ball
advertised to be played tonight has
been postponed until April 24th.
RIOTING IN BELGIUM
Government Troops Given
Hurry Orders.
KING LEOPOLD MOBBED BY SOCIALISTS
fhonta of M V<ong Lire the Republic!*
and "(/niveroal Suffrage!" Prom
Thronur* Waring Red Flags*
Widespread Disturbance.
BRUSSELS, Belgium, April 10,-The
socialist incidents yesterday have
aroused intense excitement, and there
are fears of furthor disturbances and
complications. The minister of war,
General Cousebant Alkemade, has or
dered the militia reserves of eighteen
regiments to bo in readiness to rejoin
the colors, and gendar
divisions are held in instant readiness
to march wherever required.
King Leopold was mobbed by social
ists on ills arrival here from Biarritz.
The meeting between the socialists
and ihe king was quite accidental, but
of all the
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£5
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KING LEOPOLD.
It wns none the less unpleasant for his
majesty, whoso automobile was sur
rounded by excited socialists, who
shouted: "Long live the republic^"
"Long live universal suffrage!" and
waved red Hags in the king's face.
The socialists had collected at tiie
railroad station to bid farewell to the
members of a delegation of Spanish
Republican deputies who had attended
tiie socialist gatherings hero. The king
happened to arrive at the same time
and had difficulty in getting his auto
mobile out of the crowd, but he finally
found an opening and outdistanced his
pursuers.
The nnti-Catliolic agitation culminat
ed iu a riot here last night. A thou
sand socialists attended a meeting at
the Maison du People and afterward
marched to Sentin street, where they
stoned the house of a Catholic deputy.
The police charged the rioters with
drawn swords. A number of the latter
were severnly injured, and twenty
were arrested.
At Liege a procession of 1,500 per
et the delegation of Spanish
Republican deputies who were expel
led from Brussels when they arrived
nt tho railroad station hero. The Span
iards were given a riotous welcome,
hut the gathering was broken up by
tiie police. Four persons were injured.
During an anti-Catholic riot at Ghent
several persons were Injured and a
number were arrested. Troops were
called out to quell the disturbances.
sons
Public Sale.
Five carloads of good furniture
and carpets, at Stidham & Son
auctioneer room No.
Fourth streot, on Friday afternoon
April 11, at 1 o'clock. Parlor
suits, Bedroom furniture, 1,000
yards of new and second hand
Carpets, Enamel bedsteads, Chairs
Couches, every tiling about house
keeping, all as good as new;
must be sold to pay storage.
Goods will bo opened for inspec
tion this (Thursday) evening.
More good goods than we ever
sold at one time before. Stidham
and Son, Auctioneer.
Rcatyards Busy.
Repairs aro being made to the
Steamer Brandywine, of tiro Wil
mington Steamboat Company's
line at the yards of the American
Car and Foundry Co.
The new yacht in the course
of construction at the yards of the
Pnsoy and Jones Company will bo
launched on Saturday afternoon
at 2.45 o'clock. The yacht is
building for .T. Kogors Maxwell
of Now York, to take the place of
the Kismet, also built by the lo
cal firm, and which has been sold
by her owners.
111 East
5.1. Of Hors.].
Stidham <fc Sou, sold at Pitblio
Sale for Jester and McDaniel at
tlioir stables No. 419 West Front
streot, on Wednesday, April 9,
one car load of horses, from 8100
to $18") per head. Their noxt
sale will bo on Saturday, April 19.
Left home
Howard Grlsson, aged l!) years
packed up h!s clothes last evening and
left his home, No. fill Church street.
Ills father is worried qs to what has
become of him. Any Information of
his where abouts will be thankfully
received by Ids father, at the above
address.
Gospel Meeting
The Rev. R. II. Adam*, pastor of
Onion M. K. Church will address ihe
Young Men's Christian Association,
gospel meeting on Sunday afternoon.
Hi* subject will be "I< Irnruess''as s
necessary character.
FREE Illustrated BOOK
THE EYE
AND ITS CARE.
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509 MARKET STREET
ASK FOR IT.
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ITEMS FROM
NEW CASTLE.
New Castle, April 10. —John F.
Shearer and Hugh E. Duffy, thenew
ly elected members of City Council, i
were sworn In by Mayor Boyd las»'
evening. President of Council Schucar
Hardb called the meeting to orJcrand)
on a motion of Mr. Duffy, Mr,
Schuchardt was chosen temporary',
president. Mr. Reynolds was elect
ed President of Council and C. Ed
win Eckies was chosen Clerk. The j
mitter ot electing a City Solicitor'
went over uniu the Mav meeting..
A special meeting will be held o*»
next Tuesday when Charles Sidney
King, the newly elected City Treas
urer will present his bond aud will
be sworn in,
Messrs. Shearer and Duffy, the
new members, created a very lavora
bie Impression. Their parliamentary
manner in calling attention lo dll
ferent subjects was a" that could be
desired. The meeting was interest-'
ing on account of the disc jss ion be
tween,the members. Mr. Reynolds
who was chosen Pres idem of thin
Council, Showed marked ability in. 1
the chair and favorably impressed
those in the Council chamber as be
a disciplinarian and a gentleman
thoroughly versed in rules of order.
.lames Dorris has received a valu
able black spaniel, lie says it is.'
highly brod.
The catch ot shad yesterday was
small and prices ranged from $30 i
for melts to $50 tor roes per liundre
Complaint is made of the condltioig/
of a sewer inlet on Harmony street 1
between Fourth and Fifth streets.
Tiie farmers are complaining of
the heavy ruins causing farm wort
to lie delayed.
Comment was iieard on all sides '
yesterday about the city election, i
Tills one tiling was made clear tha;.-'
there was no ballot box stuffing anc' ■
that tire general crowd ol free voters,
did not put in an appearance. Th
ueople who pay no taxes are the one.
to.du whole lots of kicking and growl
ing. The new Council should see hi
once that there is a light placed
Sixth and Cherry streets. The peo
ple cannot see Hie way in or out •
tlie place on a dark night.
William Ryan is now on his way
home from the Philippines. Hi.*,
mother is in Chicago awaiting his
arrival. Since being in the Philip - 1
piues he became a member of Hie
band of Ills regiment.
The storm crushed in the sides of!
avow boat belonging lo Matthew'
Murray.
A piece of culvert and pavement ,
near Mt. Salem Church, was washed L
away during the storm,
The children in tiie public school..' \
arc taking mud) pleasure in Nature'.;'
studies just now, Watching seeds
sproutand investigating the treeIjudSj
and listening to tiie different birds
are both Instructive and pleasing Ics-.
sons for the young folks.
The condition ol the gutter oppo
site the residences on Delawarestreet
west of Sixth, is in a wretched cou
dition. The gutter was lowered a,
few years ago and the water cannot'
run off. In addition to that a iot or
objectionable street matter lodges
tliero making a very dlsagreeabl
odor, An effort will be made to have
the place fixed before tiie advent c..
warm weather.
WANTED.
W
A N T E D-PIRST OL A BS D K ESSM A K K It..
capable of supcriDteudi
skirts: must bo able to c
with ruferuoce ta It H- Beo
ng or
Applv
.Market ot.
a 8
WOMAN FOR GENERAL
WANTED -
** liouseworl
juquiru of Harry E
streets.
\\J A N TED-SF CON D II A N D FUR NI TU It«
VV We buy carpets, §tovt>« entire tmusv,
or part, also good cast olf clothing. Call or
or seud postal card to Malioa liitM. 51H Km, .
street. Dcim. phone Utb. D Ac A; ltW A
ri-tf
kin c
gt
. 1 , lull and Murkut
wSUf
Ji
I
W ANTED—FROM 75 TO 100 QUARTS OF
milk. Apply to Frtduriclt Kluud. No
Cl 7 East 1
•lit
UTORAGE OF HOUSEHOLD A N'D OI HEtc
k? goods in H-jparate apartments under look
st,,
il
nd
nnonuble r
apply ut si
- 504 Marl
"V
accond il>
ftO
FINANCIAL
RENTS COLLECTED
AND
PROMPTLY REMITTED
I )
4
*'
.
N.
THE TENTH DAY
^
f
f
• -
OF
EACH MONTH.
*
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
The Equitable
Guarantee and
Trust Company
KintU and MaiketSU
Wilmington,
Del.
T
Bring one dol
One Dollar | lar and open a
bank account
at 4 per cent.in
What
Will Do.
j terest with the
* Artisans' Saving Bank, 502 Market SL,
ml- w tU
C OUNTY TAXPAYERS TAKE
NOTICE
The following
resolution was adopted by the
Levy Court of New C'astlo county,
1 March 18th, 1902:
j "Whereas, There appears on
i the books of the receiver of taxes
i ,
j yononey, said taxes for current ex
'-penses, therefore be it
"Resolved, That the said re
ceiver of taxes be instructed and
.. , , , , ,
^directed to proceed to sell all
'^properties on which a delinquent
ix remains unpaid after April
a large amount of county and poor
taxes outstanding for tiro years
1899, 1900, 1901, and
"Whereas, As the Levy Court
/ of New Castle county needs the
$
t'i Qth 1902.
All persons owing tax for veal*
i included in the above resolution
; must pay the same on u - before
I April loth, 1902, or the proper
tj , )e . l(lvertised for sale,
t! , , .. *
; llio additional costs ot tlie sala
I must be paid after that date,
HOliACE G. KETTEW,
j m 20-24t Receiver of Taxes,

,
yylLLlAjlZOLPEB.
and oruuud, ha-< t
Will be
tl repairer of pi
.i for royal families ta
Wilniiugi on every day
j P. O. box Wilmington, or r
mL'-3ra
Germany.
Add
dunce, Ell;ton, Aid'
r'lAUPKl' CLEANING. PROMPT iSER
VJ vice; feathursrenovated. Reed & Lau*
■street. Pel. 8.»3, P. & A. liiS? A.
mUeodlm
lWi Or
D U. Pf.HAUD'I
The ouly j;e:
'S PENNYROYAL PIMM
luiuo puuiyroyal pills;
ilti.Ou. OfflcjdJJ N.Nluth
treat, i'liiia.
ON EY TO LOAN
ON FIIM1
to suit. For HAle
M
roll top dean
Via Market
Henry Hooves.
rdt
OAliDING ANI) LODGING - LUNOil
.V. 8 th Sh
a 8 lui*
B
file. Mrs Kttte Uo^ilck, -JJ
FOR KENT.
OR RKM l'-—7 ROOMliD HOUSK SUI1A
blefor candy store or private dwuiliug.
Apply 610 Lombard street. u9-3t* v
1701! REN I—10 ROOM HOJttK AT IJJ I*MR
r mouth Apply to J. K. D. feeds, _!71t
F
ct.
Lrlf
■Ol! KEN 1
bull -ling No. TIL W. StU si reel, suitable
l. Sutto'n, lOiJJ NVuiV
uiJl-eod-tf
THAT LARGE TWO STORY
H
lor almost any Iciud ol b
bio. Apply t
tOightli street.
.la
l —FARM OY :
. Pel.
ACRES NIC
E
F
oi
Addre« Z. t
Granogucdiat
nogne, lul.
RENT
ROOM HOUSE ADJOINING
rood gard-Ju, on
trolloy i
A. K. l'aylor, ENinm-a
Appy
M
101 ; 8 A Lfci.
b
'OR SALE ( HEAP—A SOUTH DO WM
buck I ynars old, line bro
did
. L'\ tl.
845 Marlcot
sir.
L OU SALK-FOUR HEIFERS 1 SPRING
O' iny HU 1 h flue dn vinj mare Apply at
Tudil » Hurra, al.t uud War
its.
a»-3t'
A GREAT BARGAIN TO
•y bride bt<
ibN, K. for. H & H'tftld fit.
, Bayard Buildup.
F
A
■trlltO
. Hill
Apply to
«»itr
HAT NEW
bio re-iiiieiica No. 814 Br
term* apply
Buildiug, W
UK rtALE-EU'JHUE WIND WILL ANU
lei, huviug oily water
«L' Kiug streot
'OK BALE
I<'D LEfsfRA
; for
James li. lloffenker, Jr., La«r
j7 eod tl
J'
L
F
•i it
for t on
Apply
I
will si'll cheap.
KT IN GOOD OUDStt
OR BALE-GO
1
Old Ad on is -
11
TTORSAEK CIU Al'-4 4-POINT AN NUN
X 1 ctrtors. Addros.-i Anuuuelutoi's, tlm of
ml4tt
flee.
MEDIUn AND PALMIST*
Reads Your Life,
1 l„.
viucttd of her
Call
sower. No
istied.
•omlerf il
ey takv
uutil perfectly iat
No. 103 E. Sixth St., HRS. ADAH!
• /pek.
127
1 m
food
EXPRESS and FREIGHT J
LINE to will
BRANDYWINE SPRINGS.^
Commencing Momlnv Mnrrll Utlv.'laa
Express nn l Freight Car over the Peo
ple's Hallway Co.'s lines, will leavo
laud King streetH every hour for.
Springs, stopping ut ICle-',
Greeubauk regalarljr, 1
p
Braudywi
and
Freight and expre
to any point* along the Hue
ate r
a
•r (tollvo
moder* \
Peoples Railway Co.
R. NY* Crook, General Manage!}
. mlS tf
XTOTICF.
that
Rhoads, John Li. Uhoadd aud Win. fi. l.'hoadt*,
trading as J. F, Rhoads it Bous,
apply to the Court of General BeiMous of th«
Btatu of Delaw
—NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE2I
Jonathau E. UlioadA George A l
, intend to
tl for New Caul*
Co., at the next May term ot said Count for
th ) vacation of uii that part of Grant uve
situato iu the seveuth ward of tho olty ol ;i
Wilmington, New CuhIIo Co. aud Btatu o| .
Delaware, lying between tho northwestlr I
of tho right of way of the Baltimore at ,
Philadelphia U. IL Co. and the southerly 'flidta j
of Elevouth street in s ud city. ^
JONATHAN E. RHOADS,
OliOHUE A. RHOADS,
JOHN B. RHOADS,
WILLIAM R RHOADS,
J R Rhoads it Bona.
h
Trading
15-301
N OTICE-MRS. HANNAH M. PARKKR
lias removed hor cupping and leeching
office from 10J I . »nd street to 1007 Washing*
ton 1 street. Your patrunogo solicited.
'u'Ai-imood*
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