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•** fr *7? si >$* i, 1- ^ # ♦ .<■» K, V ♦ ESTABLISHED 183a. ONE CENT, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1902, ONE CENT. | SE ASHORE RESORTS. | "SEASHORE RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, N J. ATLANTIC CITY N. J. HOTEL DENNIS Enlarged and Beautifully Improved. New Private Tiled Baths with Hot and Cold Sea and Fresh Water. Liberally Appointed in Every Feature Exclusive Lawn between the Hotel and Boardwalk. Write For New Booklet. WALTER J. BUZBY. COLEMAN- HOUSE South Carolina Avenue and Boardwalk. heart of city and all bight, airy m.nou'.vblo price) 1)0 14. Hot an l cold intln For those who want a nice homo like hotel at 1 up. $8,UJ per week a. of aiims.tmont. But ■ ria Capacity 2>J. loom* l.uiei *1 60 pur day ' G. L, COLEMAN, JR-. PllOP. THE ST-A-lsTLIEiir . Occan End South Carolina Avenue. Excellent table. Weekly rates $8 upward until July 1st. MILLER & DUNLOP. HOTEL STERLING, Ocean End of Kentucky Avenue, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. LOCATED CONVENIENT TO PIERS AND CASINO. C«*»li»cu<t of Slone and Urea,-Fireproof. ^ ELRCTR|C U0HT ELEVATOR. Iloonis Single or en ftuilo. Many Private Butin. LUXURIOUS APPOINTMENTS AND ELEGANT SERVICE AT MODERATE PRICES WI. I. FINCH, Owner and Prop. Writ© for Booklet and Special Spring Halo*. T O Those Desiring An Unassuming, home like house, abso lutely clean, good table, quick service, we call attention to HOTEL MAJESTIC. Virs'nia Avo.. thiril lions) from Boaok. Capacity 350' large sun parlor; elevator from street level; steam heat; baths; specially lowspriu k rate;' $3 to $J 5iJ daily ; $1' to$14 weekly; hookies mail id. S. C. OSBORNE. THE SUNNYfclDE I 9 South III: Homo like; tirst class table; terms moder L. QU1SW1TE. Prop, Formerly of lemparauce Hotel, kurK, i*a. Avenue. ■Ae. Uurrir THE MARION 100 South Carolina Avimve, South. Near 11m Loach, Tciiua modoratn. ClaiwTablo. First BERKSHIRE INN Lurgi', jiIeaMttnf looms, siugH, " Ut * Kl" vstor, »u,am liuat, UU.s.uud every c fert. 1 o Ii el. .1 o. & .1. I'. DICKINSON. ■J,icclul Salurnuy unitl Jlulidif r.lu HOTEL ARNO .| 11,,! llOllC'l WRllC. Connecticut Avenue Dm room telel'.bouo 4.H.I. laouciiy :MU. Forty oo $10J i .tu- Uuy a:ui up. HOTEL SOThern Virginia avouuo. th" \vnL'»t in \V llInn .00 ft. of Gin luiiiiMH i in i'll walk. Directly la irtmi grounds. '!» inodoru oxcellHUt. ". bituatud ou Atluutic (hty. Bwel I'lur and I» lutti Lathing •r 'J'or nn booklet. N. It. BOTH WELL. eouvunieuCJU. niodri atc. Capacity JJd. Write f WK ARK AFTER 1HK BUSINESS with ti • not sathll': Of the clast who •orvice <>f Him ordinary i WE W ANT TU 1'LEAf E Y OU. Solti aftorda evor, ni.jd.rii wdV.ul.ac.Ullu .levator, etc. „ HOTEL ESMOND ' hotel 4. ! How Voile Avo.. »«»i' b'U Uuoi'li 0. 1'AUl. KlI.l'ATUICK. CAPS AUY, N J THE RUDOEPll •cot and Bejich . i . Perry -- Thoroughly renovated, augment. Oi»eu June 1, " MRS. R. C. HUGHES. THE ALDINE Decatur St, First house from IJeao'i. Open ah tlio year. '1 lie popular Wumlugtoi. iiou)*e. Foi rules apply to TliEO. MUELLER, Prop. VICTORIA Oceni Eud of Coagres^Street. a airy rooms. Modtr I.ocatiou Unsurpi ernly equipped Lur ulo rates. Open ah the ycur. J.8. WALES. THE WINDSOR view from unite, with bathe. C. B. REEVES, Prop, the beach. Oc;.li Directly •vory room. Rooms Write for booklet. CONGRESS HALL§ Opcin Juno 2t. Only brick hotel. Locate^ lillilT edge of oociati oil live acre luwn : un ohslrUcted view; urolioatrn. apply li/01 OUostuui uticot. Phila., Pit. it. ii iLl'IN. Un tilSoponiunf fiotiLWlington I J a# ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Virginia nve. near the beach; ideal location. Cheerful, com fortable, select, homelike. Table and service unsurpassed. Kates $2 per day. Write for special weekly booklet. THE0. L. HAWKINS. HOTEL CHETWOODE Facilic d Indiana Avea, Atlantic City, N. J* Open throughout tlio yoi flUi.-dno; be.tch. .Special rates ti minute MRS. P. A. DEMPSEY. HOTEL OSBORNE Arkansan anti Pacifio Avbj, Con Rovonteftuth Hoason; homeliko; line tabic; uluvator; r.itod $6 to $li jokly. 11. J. OSUOl'.NIfi. AVON INN Noar boftoli, Virginia tivm. .* "|, bttllict, uluvator, midu in boat. JAMES L. SMITH. THE ELBERON Corner Temio.iHoe and Pacific Avcuuoa. i. Special rate until July ! loth 47 to 410 liOB'J'. B. LUDY, M. D. THE BROOKEHURST Vifgiuiu Avenue and Beach. Capacity 200; ctlisi $12; SHlurduy unlit Muuday 4J.UA New mauagemeut. Booklet. first class; spring BURRELL & BROWN. CAPE MAY, N J STOCKTON HOTEL Opens July 1st, I .urgent and most spaciutis lei'll ciiity. prof. Morgan's urehestra Hi piece* tenpins, biHlirdn. eh tilth bourds, lawn teuuis, •.gniflcuit beach f.orr, driveway aud KC]f. pi'om f!n " (ltJ ** miles long. Lu' Iih When iteHired. > special reduction for July. .11. M. CAKE. A I.io Hotel Nor npply 1 too III t wil h UI'IV'l (hi per YVrilo s *i5 for hook mandie. Washluglon, D. (J. tor to Thus. Farley, c'.iiet clerk, 10J1 Chastuut street, Phiiu. STAR VILLA ' Ocean Street and Hoacli Avenue. Within uuo uundi'od feet of beacii. Tenth season. M. L. RICHARDSON. CARROLL VILLA Beacli Boulevard, Jackson street Centrally located, Cool Veruu.lulM. Term* application. MRS. T. R. BROOKS. MILLER COTTAGE. No. 4 Pony stroet. Near B*och and Penn, R. If, Station, Thor* onghly ■.valuil. Table supplieddiiuot from -owulurui. Home Cdiutoris. Write for termu. ML' fi. MILLER* tUOF. s GOOD FOR ONE VOTE. * cur THIS OUT * * Of * * * * Si and write the name of tlio JjJ £ player vou wish to vote for jj> £ and send to the REPUBLICAN j Office. * di m * * * df * Name,. ... >i> • • • m m * Cluh, .... *3.-5 ii -5SIS5» 1 4•*M *.■ 3 3-B - * Deal, Wilmington, A. A. Will Brennan, High School Barton, " II. Frantz, B Middle, Id. S. Hoffman, Wilmington A. A, Walker, Wilmington, Tierney, " " Meyers, " " Bonner, Wilmington, Friends School The present school year which closes next week has been one of the most successful in the history of Friends school. The total enrollment for the year showa an increase of thirty pupils over last year's enroll ment, and the general work of the school has never been of a mere sat isfactory character, although the standard has been raised during the last two years. The present gradual big class consists of four girls and four boys, The closing exercises of the pri mary department will be held on Wednesday morning. On Thursday the promotions will be made and the reports for the year will be prepared for distribution. On Friday at 10 a. m. will be held the grammar and high school recital, and at 3 p. in., the regular com mencement exercises In the Meeting House, Fourth and West streets. Dr. W. C. Owen of Lafayette College will deliver the address to the grad uating class. . . . w * ii 294 285 115 100 80 79 70 53 28 OIJ Ro i-leut PcaJ Joseph Miller, aged 00 years died at ilia homo No. 129 West Thirteenth street last night, lie leaves a widow and two daughters. Miss Maria and Mrs. Hunter, the wile ot the Rev. T B. Hunter. Mr, Miller was born in Christiana hundred but removed to Brandywine hundred when lie was one vear old and continued to live Mr. Miller there until a year ago. was one of the founders of Newark Union and Mt. Pleasant Churches, lie is also survived by a brother and sister, George and Mrs. Maria Kirk. E. Miller Tearing Down OIJ Bui ding. The old building at Water and Tat nail streets formerly occupied by Thomas Drien & Sons boatbu'Jdcrs is being razed to make room for the overhead railway system. Workmen employed by Ityan Kelly, the con tractors in charge of the work, began to tear down the upper portion of the building yesterday morning, soon as the building is razed,the work of making excavations will be begun tu the block between Tutnall l W est streets. A S and Divor-'e. Kccomm nJed Francis M. Walker made his rc commissioner yesterdav, in turn i the. divorce case ol James II. Burn ham vs. Beulah C. Burnham, return recommsnds that 'a divorce Sylvester D. Town and Julian U. Walker The be granted, send, Jr., represented Mr. Burnham and II. II. Ward, Waller II. llayes and J. Frank Biggs wore council for Mrs. Burnham. c Crossing. Two Killed at S Moorcalown, N. J.. June 6. — I he killed Long Branch express to-day Charles Kariing, a Mount Laurei storekeeper, at the Mill direct [Carling's horse got satety, but the wagon, crossing. across the track in locomotive struck knocking ICarling a distance of -n The same train killed John LeWorthy a week ago at the same the tcet. crossing. sit Woman's LID Kate Smith, a cook, was seriously burned yesterday at the restaurant, No. HI North Fifth streets Phila dclphia her dress catching lire from tiie kitchen range. Policeman Lilly, of the saved llie woman's life by wrapping his coat about her and putting out the flames. Ho, too, ed about the hands. Both wore taken to the Pennsylvania Hospital. Scolt Excursion given June 12th. r< Fuurlli disli'ii:!, prubably •as badly burn* SEASHORE RESORTS. AT! ANTIC CITY N. J HOTEL DENNIS ICulArged and beaulifallr improve 1. Few nrivate tiled Imths with hot and col l 3'anna trc!<h water. Literally oppoiutrd in every feature. Exelv ivo Lawn between the hotel ad bo rdwuik • Write lor new booklet! WALTER J. BUZBY. THE SAVOY Chelsea, Atlantic City, N. J. the beach. Sun parlor. Hot >e» water iu Write for h for entire spring b, M. HANLEY. Directly and ccld water iu every room, all bath rooms. .Steam beat, booklet. Reduced i season. Booklet. THE NEW RUDOLF Atlantic City, N. J. Ocean front; capacity 800; largest and moat modern on tiieouast; rooms on suite wuh s,u and i reah water bat in; American nud Euio liuun plan; special spring ratoa; orchestra aud weokly social features. CHAS. it. MYERS. i PERSONAL LAWN FETE. On the lawn of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Brown at Clay mont, yesterday afternoon for the benefit of the Homeopathic Hos pital. The card tables and the refresh ments booths were placed on the high and spacious lawn and spread before the guests was a handsome panorama of the lower valley of the Delaware river. The large and spreading trees afforded ample shade. Nothing in the way of decorations were needed to enhance the natural beauties of the scene, lawu romped the children, who en joyed themselves in the -swings, hammocks and other diversions that had been provided. There were fourteen euclire tables and the guests were received by Mrs. Brown, the Misses Brown and the members of the committee of arrangements, of which Mrs. Charles F. Wollaston was the chairman. There were seven players at each table, therefore it can be seen that nearly 100 women took part in the games in the open air. In addition to euchre, refreshments were served Mrs. E. T. Negendank having charge ake table, and Mrs. Bye, Miss Peoples and Mrs. Satterthwaite having charge of the candy table, under bright-colored Mrs. Peunypacker super All over tlio of tlio which were canopies. intended the lemonade. There were eight prizes at the euchre, and all of them were given by friends of the hospital and the board of managers. They included pieces of embroidery, articles in China, pictures, etc. Those who won prizes were Miss Sarali Graeff, Mrs. Julian 1J. Robinson, Mrs. Frederick H. Robinson, Miss Peo ples, Mrs. John N. Carswell, Mrs. Mattie Grubb, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Grubb, charge of Mrs Fredericks who superiutemle 1 the punching of the cards, mated that about $ 150 was realized. The euclire was in Trump and Mrs. It is esti CiOLDEY ALUMNI. The Alumni Association of Goliley Commercial College held its twelfth annual dinner at the Clayton House last night. The dining room where the din ner was served, was handsomely decorated. About a pillar in the' centre of the room was formed On! May pole of the poll ego colors, the wall wore the letters "G. C. C." in red, white and blue. ferns were in profusion nbout the room and tlio tables held decorations of roses anil carnations. W. E. Douglass, president of the Alumni Association, was tonstmns tor. and the following toasts were responded to: '-Four P's "Therefore and Therefor," Rachel 51. Kolck; "Prospection," T. Rankin Given; '•Retrospection," Genevieve "The Young Woman in Palms and Albert G. Weber; Hastin Busiueis,-' Martini II. Taylor, "Life, P. Watson Webb. The officers in charge of the de lightful affair were as follows: Pres ident, W. D. Douglass; vice-presi dent. Rietta 51. Emerson; recording Finette M.; Longfield secratarv, Elsie M. swretary, coiTuspondin Curlett; treasurer, A. G. Weber. DICKINSON AIJ'MNL Briilgevillo, Dal., June 8. -The Hon. H. P. Cannon of this place, gave a liiiiii|iiet to-rtiiy to class Dickinson College, of which he was • for a reunion ofliisfel low colleagues. There wore fifteen present. The Queen Anno railroad run a special train from Baltimore; to Greenwood, where they were mot by tallyhoes and after the reunion they nil departed at 8 o'clock to Greenwood, where they again the upjeinl train. Among those present were: Judge Edward Biddle, Carlisl" Pa - Charles (4. Biggs, Shnrpslmrg, Pit.; W. II. Body, of Baltimore; E. W. Bryan. Washing to'i D C ; P. II, Cannon, lieu tenant-governor of Delaware; Tlios. A Conlvn. of Baltimore; Dr. E. S. Conlvn'of Baltimore; IV. R. Fisher of Philadelphia; Edward Ii. John stone editor of the Minneapolis Times; Charles A. Robinson of Bal timore- John W. Thompson, Contes John Wallace, Cam a mombe villc, Pa.; bridge, Mil.; John F. Williams, of Baltimore; E. M. Wilson, of Balti more; and Hon. H. P. Cannon. SURPRISE PARTY. A very pleasant surprise party $3000 is yet to be secured. A very pleasant surprise party Maiden, for thy love *we sue; Which of us may marry you?" He who wins me, Sirs, must bring A Gas Range with the wedding ring! Get one now and have it ready. All kinds and sizes with and without hot water. 4k <4 iu O Wilmington Gas & Electric Co i No. 827 Market Street. last evenin'' to Miss was given Elizabeth Kean by the members of West Presbyterian Church choir. After playing games and singing all were invited to the dining room where all partook of refreshments. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Mc Clure, Mr. and Mrs. Sterrett, Mr. and Mrs. Boss, Mr. and Mrs. Start, Mr. and Mrs. Herring, Mr. and Mrs. Whither, Professor and Mrs. Wilson, Miss Marion Crozier, Miss Stuart, Miss Mario Brinton, Miss Shockley, Ur. F. E. Smith, Mr. Sherwood, Mr. Slioop, Mr. Jordan, peare, Mr. McClafferty, Prof. J. T. Clymer, Frank Jones, J. A. Camp bell and Mr. and Mrs. Shoot). Mr. and Mrs. Souder, Mr. Shakes CABD BASKET. Miss Christine Alseutzer, of this city, who is spending the season abroad with relatives, was seeing the sights of Paris a week ago. Dr. Biehard P. Greenleaf, a well known physician living near this city, is seriously ill. Harry Stanton has been visiting friends in Elktuu. Miss Nellie Sharp has been visit ing Miss Flora Marshbank at Elk ton. Mrs. Thomas SUallcross of this city, has been visiting Mrs. Kathar ine Miller in Elkton. James Dale, Sr., is spending sev eral days in New York city. Clarence Holton has been visiting friends in Elkton. Mas. Jane Moze is visiting Mr. J. Polk Steele of Chesa and Mn peake City. Miss Fannie Foard is visiting her parents, Mr. and Ivirs. Eli Foard uf Chesapeake City. John Roberts and son are Miss Emma Morgan at Mr. visiting Chesapeake City. Mrs. Oakley Barwick and daugh ter of Chesapeake City, have been visiting friends in this city. Dr. Joseph Chand'cr is issuing in vitations for Dis annual lawn party to he held June 18. Tho Delaware Society of tile Sons of the American Revolution have is sued invitations to a reception they will give tlio president-general ot the Thursday evening 1 national society June U, at the New-C.enturv Uub. Harry B. Billany and l 1 rank W. Pierson of this oily. Dr. L. S. Con well, cf Camden, and Frank M. Jones of Georgetown are delegates from tlie a'state Council ot Delaware to the National Council of the Junior Order | Unhoti American Mechanics, which on June 17. : [. ! h to bo hold in .Milwaukee, beginning MARRIED AT IIOOK I Mis.i Elizabeth II. Irving, of 517 I East Tonth street, and Frank L. street, were ot Cokes Flrlein, of 534 Berm ! married at the parsouag I bury M. F. Church, Marcus Hook, on i Wednesday evening, by the pastor, Kjv. John .S, .Swindells. The young pic, who are well and favorably will reside on Penn street. CjU Known, ' DENIES THE SOFT IMPEACHMENT. clerk Chillies Rhoades, of Chester, tor J. C. Levitt, who was reported as heiug a candidate for matrimony, last It was (wening denied tlio assertion, stated that Mr. Rhoades was to have Monday evening Lizzie Fitzgerald, of been married next to Miss Wilmington, Del. in L'ov.r Doi.iss. Dover, Del., June h i raous I. of: Me Clary, 13 years old, of Leipsic died last night ot injuries received When skating five monllis ago. lie ! was probably injured internally, j Though at first not confined to bis bed, lie became sickly and dull and grad nail y wasted away. The Iree mail delivery system inaugurated here on July L The took'post office has already receivd Irom Washington all the equipment for the. including carries routing table dislributiou cases, collected boxes and posts and 10 applicants for carriers positions will be examined ill a few days. William Johnson, a hostler em plomyed by 8lieriff Ksedy was gioo. - ing a horse today when Hie animal began to plunge. Johnson turned so suddenly to look at the animal lliat bis neck was twisted onto! joint. Dr. Burtun attended film. The project to build a modern opera huuse lu Dover is tottering and may fail. Fourteen thousand dollars will hi necessary. The banks have agreed to lend $7005 if citizens will subscribe $7000. Of thisamon t of IN THE CHURCHES. Bev. W. T. Hammond will preach at Stanton M. E. Church, Sunday evening, at 7.30. Audastaka Tiibe, No. 14, Imp'd O. B. M. of Newport will attend divine services at Elsinore M. E. Church on Sunday June 8th. Meet at Elsmero at 10 o'clock a. in. The Asbury Children's Day ser vices will be held to morrow morn ing at 10.30 o'clock. Title A Tribute of Flowers, Program. 'Praise the Lord,' Eesponsive Scripture Beading Invocation. 'Long Ago.' School. •When Roses Awake.' Chorus Apostles Creed ('horns Recitation '(,'hristiau Warriors, ' and Flag Drill. 'O Time of Joy and Chorus, Gladness,' 'Bed Stars and Stripes,' 'Sing Merry Birds,' 'The Sacred Talesmau,' 'Summer Days,' The Bible, 'Hark the Song,' 'Hosana On Address Chorus Exercise ('horns Recitation Chorus Two Part Clios. This Day.' 'Sunshine and Flowers.' Announcements. The Wake of The Chorus Primary Song Flowers.' Closing Chorus The program of music to he sung at Trinity Church next Sunday is as fellows':' Eleven o'clock, LeDeum, in G, Knox; Baritone Solo, 'Judge me, O God,'—Buck. Mr. Chailes N. Granville, of, Detroit, at 7.45 p. in., Magnificat and nunc domittis in E fiat—Hattersley; Anthen, 'The Day is Past And Over,'—Marks. llcv. John Gibson, tlio new pastor ol Wesley) African Union M. P. Church at Guycncourb station, will he pres ent lo'proaeh his introduction )sermon. All lovers of the cause ot Christ are cordially invited to be present, at 10.30 a. m. 'Victory.' The Marshallton M. E, Sunday. School will hold a strawberry festival in the Hall at Marshallton, Del,, on Saturday evening, Juno 7th. 1902 Everyone welcome. Como and lu ve a good time. _ BASEBALL. Wilmington A. A. lost to Norris town at the later place yesterday af ternoon by the score of 5 to 2. The good work of "Billy" Burns in the box had much to do with the Wilmington A. As.' defeat. Fore man also pitched a good game. DIAMOND DUST. The Shelley Club of Brooklyn at South Side Park to-day. Reading Y. M. C. A. will be at Union street grounds to-day. Botli teams lost again yesterday. There was no mistake about Myers getting his bumpings. The All-Cubalis play a good fast game. The grass in the field at Front and Union needs cutting. "Billy Burns was too much for Wilmington A. A yesterday. Foremad pitched an excellent yesterday except in tlio third and i'oufth innings. Everson will lie in the box for Wil mington A. A. this afternoon. WILMINGTON DBl'EATKD. The AU-Cubans again defeated Wilmington yesterday afternoon by good stick work. The score 7 to 8. Myers was in the box for tlio locals and the visitors had but little trouble in connecting with his bend - t ei'rf. He wns batting all over the field, the ('ubans getting thirteen bits for a total of twenty bases. Wilming ton played a good game in the field but was unable to connect with C. Roger's pitching when hits were needed. BASEBALL SCORES. (imnos Plnyefl Yesterday In the Na tional and American Leagues, NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Brooklyn Chicago .. Brooklyn . Hits—Chic . 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 - S 0 0 0 J .002 7; Brooklyn. 11. Errors— chluuRO, 2; Brooklyn, 1. Batteries—St. Vruln and Kling; Hughes and Ahoarn. At New York— PittHburg ... 0 York... 0 Hits—Pittsburg, S; New York, 11. rors Pittsburg, 4; New York, 1. Batteries —Boheny and Smith; Evans, Mathewson and Yeager. At Boston— Cincinnati Boston _ nits r Cincinnati, Thcilnuin trudge. At Philadelphia— St. Louis... Phlladelphh Hits—St. Louis, 13; Philadelphia. 16. I S; Philadelphia, 2 0 0 0-4 00200200 0-4 0 0 1 0 3 0 N Er .0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0-4 0 1-8 0 0 innatl. 11; Boston, 6. Errors— Batteries— 2; Boston. 2 and Foltz; Malarky and Kit 0 0 3 0 0 2- 5 1 • 2 0 - 8 .... 2 4 0 •h—S t. Louis, 3; Philadelphia, 2. Bill Yerkes ami O'Neill; Voorhoes and terirs Jueklitsch. TABLE OF PERCENTAGES. W. L. PC. .821 32 Pittsburg . Chicago ... Brooklyn .. New York. Phllidclplik Boston . St. Louis .. Cincinnati . .627 14 .. 23 .500 20 20 .447 .430 .422 .3S4 17 21 22 17 in 24 .375 15 AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Cleveland— Boston . Cleveland . Hits—Boston. 10; Boston. 3; Cleveland, 1. Batteries-Win ters, Prentiss und Warner; Wright and Wood. . 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 ' 14 0 0 3 •; 1 4 Mevelund, 20. .. 0 Error) TABLE OF PERCENTAGES. VV. L. P.C, .600 .. 21 14 Philadelphia Boston . Chicago . St. Louis ... Baltimore .. Detroit . 'Washington Cleveland ... Tlio Independance Firo Company last nlglitextlnguislioJ a fire ill a pile of lumber started by clillilreu at Eleventh and llcald streets. ,&68 6 . 21 .571 20 500 17 17 .4 V; 18 IS .471 .. 1« IS 421 25 342 .. 13 THERL IS HOPE FOR EVEN SUCH AS HAVE GLIMPSES OF THE DARK VALLEY, PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND The Medicine that Saves Lite and Restores Lost Health. A merciful Providence still keeps tile spark of life in thousands of wast ed and feeble bodies. Tlieiitful dick ering spark will burn with decreased power as the hot days of summer ap proach. There is still hope for even those who are now catching glimpses of the dark valley. The use ot Paine's Celery Compound during the month of June will at once arrest the pro gress of wasting diseases, strengthen the weak and inflamed nerves, rid the body of morbid waste mental, make the blood pure,and give healthy action to the stomach, liver and kidneys. Nervousness, sleepless ness, rheumatism, neuralgia, liver and kidney troubles quickly vanish when Dr. Phelps' marvelous prescrip tion is used. Mrs. Alice Terry Wood 515 Highland street, Helena, Mont., says:— 'I can say to all that I believe Paine's Celery Compound a great medicine. I should have been in my grave If It hadn't been for the won derful curing virtues of the Compound and I can say to all who are tired and run down, to try it, and they wil find relict at once. Mv trouble wasl general weakness,lack of appetite,and lieurt trouble. 1 have taken four bottles of Paine's Celery Compound and feel like a new person. Now l have a good appetite, do all iny work, and feel well." Poor Telephone Service From different sections of the city coins complaints daily cf the poor ser vice given by the Delmarvla Tele phone company. The company should pay a iiltle atti ntion to its operators. In this olllce this morning a call was given after waiting fifteen minutes during which livecalls weregiven Die Operator informed the caller iliat the phone was out of order and could not be called. A call over the 1). & A. brought the parties immediately. The Delmarvla people are giving very poor service and the operators seem as if they do not care whether they call the number wanted or let the caller spend valuable time in waiting. Sale cf Building Lots W. A. Hukill. Auctioneer will sell 14 Building Lots on the premises near Pennsylvania Avcnno & B. & O. II, It. on Saturday June 14th instant at 3 p. m., and will posltev ely give one lot away to the best Buyer or buyers. See Posters. The Wilmington Workers, of East Lake, M. E. Church, will visit, Brother Harris Class of Kingswood M. E. Church on Monday June t), 1002, at 7. 45 p. m. All are invited everbody welcome. It will own JiMiiseme/if* BASEBALL Wilmington Ball Park, Ha ket 5t, South of Front. Schedule for This Week: SATURDAY JUNE 7th WILMINGTON A. A. vs. SHELLY •re tlio champion a of The Shelly Team Brooklyn lint acajou. Game Called at o.dO p. ni. Brandywine Springs Park, nany New and Inturesting Features More Attractive Than liver Before Concerns Afternoon and livening by Mowson's Famous Band. A SPECIAL FEATURE FOR TWO WEEK* COMMENCING JUNE 1st. WILL BE A CAP tivk balloon ascension at PICK GHENT INTERVALS DURING THE DAY and evening. Tlinof ea Performances Daily 1 llUdirc 3| jj and ti.ilO p, m. Cars leave Sixth and Market streets direct to the Springs every 10 minutes. R„W. CROOKS, Ueu, Manager. SHELLP0T PARK. Coming Attraction. COMING JUNE 9, BRYANT AND SAV1LLER, Minstrel Company S ealed proposals for an arch waterway, » wooden bridge, Run lit Graves' Mill, Hundred; »iso u bridg Burris' bridge creek near Pouch's Kaolin Works m MiUCreok hundred, tie plans aud Hpeeilicati which can be seen at the Comptroller's office, hi ( ouu House. Each bid lo be accompanied by a satisfactory bond of (5tx) ui a , fertile faithful performance of «»ii 'Hie Lev/ Court reserves the right ti any or all bids. The bids to he iu the hands ofthoClorkot the Pence not later than U a. ni.. Tuesday, June 10th, 1«02. b. FRANK ftWAMT, ISAAC C. ELLIOT I Committee. rer I'ike ol guarantee :-k. jo5-3t T here is no good reason why the mechanic and worltlngman should uot bo given the same opportunity that tlio capi ta Ht enjoy-♦ to reap large protlti on auinull investment. Therefore we want men aud women everywhere who are employed iu mills and factories to soil good stock ou the instil Ilmen t plan ; strictly legitimate propo sition; good pay. Addross or upyly lwlu City Development Co., room 12J5 Downing Building, UNI Fallon street, New YorkCttjr. ALARMED ! ALA KM CLOCKS, have to-gat-up kind, rinf • repeat alarm every few omis for Lj au hour; guaranteed. FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN REPAIR IN i WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY—I, B, THOMAS. l l DA A Phone *33 A. Harry E. Thouns & Co,, 503Mark6t St. Circus Comine. • Remember that on Monday, the Walter I. Main's big circus exhibits in this city on the lot at Front and Union streets. This aggregation is said to one of the best on the road this season and lias shown in all of the principal cities of the county. The big band is one of the attrac tions ami renders elegant music. The ring attractions cannot be beat as horses as well as actors are of the very highest order. Keep your eyes open for the parade which will take place in the morning pass ing down Market street. The past season has rounded out twenty five coutinuouse years which Mr. Main has 1 e'ii the sole ownet and manager of his now mammoth shows. You should witness this show and menagerie as it will be years before you have another op« port unity. D.molislieJ Cars Arriva Hsre. * A locomotive ami several coaches which were damaged in the recent Baltimore Central Railroad wreck were brought here yesterday. Tin coaches wiii be repaired at the local shops, It is believed that the loco motive is damaged beyond repairs The demolished cars were objects ol interest to a large number of persons. SUMMER EXCURSION BOOK. The Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company has issued it« annual book of '' Summer Tours* to the seashore and moutaina dur ing the season of 1902. Same cad be had on application Philadelphia and Readings Agents. Filthy Temples in,India. Fnoreil cows often defile Indian temples but worse yot Is a body that's polluted by constipation. Don't permit it. (Jlannso your system with Dr. New Life Pills and avoid untold miaerjr. They givo livoly livers, active bowelsy good digestion, fine appetite. Only 253b N. 13. Daiiforih's drug storoi [ KinK'l WANTED. TF.D-31 FIRST CLASS HOUBI •polltori, willed SO cents nn houn A pply to I*. Fill y, 3d and Council streets. ^ jefl-ht \Y A: ■\\7 AN1KD-A PLACE Foil GENERAl YV liou.iuworlt. Apply Sara Pule licit, ill ii'5-;steod WANTED—A GOOD STKONO BOX T(l \\ I* am atone cutting. Apply 70t)|Del* jeo-tf Sbermmi street. a n venue. \\7 ANTED—SEVARAL L < DIES TO AS VV sis: in publlshin,. aho learners; > $ id per week; for particulars address stamp .1. II. (i. this o'-deu. FAVBItS WANTKD KNoWLKS GUM ; pay $-53per 104 aiH. Kocastoue .Mills Co., buvvuiiigtowu, J'a., i'\ L. Putney, inuncg j o t u th but tf VV luom^ cotton w; OUD tux. Al'PLY si mJl-tf —A \V A iioyr lLi a ollicc. SKUON L> H \ Nl) FUBNI TUitil ■j untlrd hoai), clotliiu^. Call 'ANTED \Vi) buy VV )1 Oil Mali dm. phouo 132j. U 4s A; Id) A, 14. tf 4 . 5U1 Kia S U J A NTKD—A Fllf»T CLASS CARUIAOI smith on line work, good wugtM,steady A lux \V tilling ton 6a Sous, 10, 12 and 14, 2dtli strojt, Fliila. VV N'J K. —WEI.!' FURNISHED KJJili 1 iinyata lumlU»« US ill Ltf ' le.siuuraitt'i i ulirrl noUt-o. Ai»]'iy iitvVoinmg Mi (i Ollift', 211 \\ lOK 8 A Lh OK SALE-LOAD OF OAK WOOD. AP< l iiM.'obiugou struel b ply M io hue l W •■nr Dlam md Stuto juQ-21 THAT NEW AND DBsIltA 'OR BAI bioroiidonca No. 614 Bcoomostreet; for ply t«» .laiiKM li. llotTockor, Jr., L.ur . \Vil.. Del. Ji te j7 eod tf Duililia; OR SALE—EG C4 ■». ll.OJfor 13, $5.0 J for UJ. tilth Rockliraulloy Mtraiu. L. South 'iowiiseutl, o!9 Market St. 034 s-t t-t-tr F Bart oi I'iy ''OR ft ALE-ONE SORREL HORSE JUST b m country, HUifuble for a:«y wo« Uoaruorn w»\r 72 i Uni Imp •I of hftraosa. Apply •if ij'ui; sage-eugiire windmill anh Jr tank in perfect order, having city watae will anil cheap. Apply 622 Kmg street. ^ LOK iiKNT. I ,'Oli RENT-GOOD STABLE ON KLUND Jj streat between 4th and 5th. Apply Oil mrjcL JelMJP SUITABLE FOR at otuutou, Del., Mu a Dickey, Stauton, jeJHt '-STORE icreliaiidise E Del. C ONSUMPTION, AS Hi .'d », ltlieuiuaiiiiii, Ne-iralii i. Dr*iloutgi)iuer/,404 N. general trolley terminus CAL'A it td quios nr-uj. Pail*. Pa 1I.I.1AM ZOI.PEB. Fu st ulai W r nn 1 repairer of pianos ,1 for royal families la Wil miugion everyday 260 Wilmlugtou, and Germany. Will be Address P. O. douce. Elk , Md OTIOE-A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOTS in the Lumburtly Cemetery will be of« fered until June 1st at $25 in uveuues aud $A| CHAS. M. TOWNSEND, becy. N No.V\\L'JUi St. in 'I tu Hi satjl The Equitable GUAUANTEE AND Trust Co., isintli and ^Market Sts. Capital (i!,"i) $500,000.00 j 306,000.00 Sui'jilus uuJ Pro tits TRANSACTS A GENERAL TRUST BU8I* NESS: P AYS lNT*CRtJ-ST ON DEPOSITS OF MONEY; RENTS SAFE DEPOSIT ^ BOXES; M ANAGES REAL ESTATE. DilthOTORS: Otho Nowiand S. Mill >t Curtis John Bancroft Frau 111 in Taylor .Samuel K. Smith J. Wilkins Coooh Geo. (4. Lob loll Preston Lea Tboma-J Jackson Dr. J, A. Draper William H. Swift J. Smith Breuuau William W. Pusey William Rowe Edward Briughurat, Jr T. Coleman DuPaal Joseph L. Carpenter, Sr OFFICERS: » PRESTON LEA. President. (#Ho NoVVLA N D, Vico Pros. andTrow. JI V. PEN N YPACKER.Sec. mid Trust OAmV RICH a itu Itv.KS.v Assistant TreauMfer * F R. MORRISON, Asdstaut Secretary. M. D, CROSS AN , Ileal Eil-ale Officer.