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H8T ABLI9HBD 183a.
ONE CENT.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, MONDAY, JUNE 1G, 1902.
ONE CENT
SEASHORE RESORTS. | SEASHORE RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY N. J.
ATLANTIC CITY, N J, .
HOTEL DENNIS
H' 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.
i,
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write For New Booklet.
WALTER J. BUZBY.
COLEIJVUkJSr HOtTSEv
South Carolina Avenue and Boardwalk.
For those who
t a nice home like hotel
toaiouuble price*,
Hot
lw%vi of city and all
Light, air/ *
fifteen of H!uunumuut. Hast so
ulleut Ikj h.
tunua Katun $1 50 per day aud up. $ 8 ,t)j por week aur)
l cold bltli*
paclty I ii).
G, I..COLEMAN. JR., PltOP.
THE ST-A.IfcTLEi'X"
Ocean End South Carolina Avenue.
Excellent table. Weekly rates $8 upward until July 1st
MILLER & DUNLOP.
HOTEL STERLING,
Ocean End of Kentucky Avenue,
ATLANTIC CITY. IS. I.
LOCATHD CONVUNIHNT TO PIERS AND CASINO,
Ct&ftti noted of Bloue and Br ok,—Fireproof. ■
STEAM HEAT ELECTRIC LIOHT ELEVATOR. \
. *u finite. Many Private Hatha.
LUXURIOUS APPOINTMENTS AND ELEGANT SERVICE AT MODERATE PRICES
WM. I. FINCH, Owner and Prop.
Write for Booklet and Spoolal Spring Katei.
Those Desiring Ail Unassuming, home like house, ahso
* lutely clean, good table, quick service, we call attention to
HOTEL IvT^YJ-ESTIO.
Virg'nia A
.. third houf
fi
Boaoti.
parlor; blevator from .street level; stei
oil dully ; ♦'J to 414 weekly; booklet mail id.
Capacity 250; large >
low spring
heat; baths; specially
8 . C. OSBORNE.
; K
CHESTER INN
New York Avenue,
near the Beach.
D. KNAUEH
THE SUNNYblDE
>is Avomio.
B South lliii
Homo like; firs t class, table; terms inoicr
L. ai: 18WITH, Prop,
i py run oo Hotel,
Yormerly of 1(
burg. Pa.
THE MARION
h. South. •
deratrf. First
106 boath Caroli
tbo Beach, Te
A voi
K
ClftooTublo.
BERKSHIRE INN
E'ld.
I .luuo-IJ.OO
Virgin lu Av
B;rciui rateft-Apr
•ml %^.6U pt r day; Si $10 uutl <1
C'ftjiuc.ty IWl. Unobstructed
Large, pleasant room*, single und uu Bull
Klevutor, eiea'n bout, Latiiu, und
firt. look I
ii, Nay
uk
Vmw.
•y
J. O. & J, F. DICKINSON,
il Alouduv
l« SH
Elirdal Fftturduy
HOTEL ARNO
« an ] the Boardwalk.
Couaectlcut Av
DlnLg ro
GSS£
capacity tfdU. Forty o
4,1.00 per duy aud uj). Loug uiatauce
408. L
HOTEL SOTHERN
Situated ou Virginia avenue, the widest In
Atluutic City, Within iOUft. of the famom
Steel Pier aud Boardwalk. Directly in trout
ef the best Luthiug grounds. \li modor
ecu veo leucsti.
moderate. Capacity 8^0. Write for booklet.
N. It. BOTH WELL.
Te
THE NEW RUDOLF
Atlantic City, N. J.
Ocean front; capacity 80J; largest
modern o
and fresh
puau plan; special upl
and weekly butdul te:
uii s it
the
uitu
n mid Euiu*
■client ru
bal
•v
CHAb. II. JllYIillS.
HOTEL ESMOND
New Yoik Avp., aui the Bench.
price for clean rooms. Quisle
aervico. Bountifui tublo. Every inode
yentenco, elevator,
Attract
ator In
etc. Kates
|0 to f 15 pur week Wu uiaUu special terms to
ramillesftud parties.
J. PAUL KILPATRICK.
VERMONT HOUSE
Vermont Av«
r The most pleasant looatloi
Veal family bouse- Poptil
Atlantic City,
JOHN H. KISDON*
MOTEL DENNIS
Enlarged and beautifully impr
private tiled bubha with hot aud col 1
(reah walur. Liberally uppoiutril I
(eftturo. Ucclvaivo l.awo '
•nd boardwalk - Write for
ovury
the hotel
bg|vv
booklet
WALTER J. BUZBY
THE SAVOY
Cliulaoa, Atlautiu City, N. J.
Directly on thu buucli. Sun parlor. Hot
ur In every room, buu WAtur iu
t il btth room*, stuam hunt. Write for
ooklcl. I .'oi l him i.l mu* for uutlru spring
•Ctt.1 ». Buck let, ft, Al. HANLEY.
l
$
• ■nd oild
Rouimellingion
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.'
the beach;
Ideal location. Cheerful, com
fortable, select, homelike.
Table and service tinsurpnssed.
Kates $2 per day. Write for
special
booklet. 1HE0; L. HAWKINS.
•ek!v
nn<J
rates
LA FONTAINE
Oe«nn end Kentucky avenuo.
^Home comforts, exoellunt table, moderate
^ • K l'A UK hit. Owner aud Proprietor.
HOTEL CHETWOODE
Pacilic and ludiana Aval,
Goon throughout (he
cr.ialuu
bu..ch. ,Special
Atlantic City, N. J*
year, ute
miuutu walk from'
hsat*
l
51 liS. P. A. DEMPSEY.
HOTEL OSBORNE
Co
n cr Arkansas and Prciflo Avej,
«i?5 V ,' !nteeuth 5 o:l30 ".' homelike: (ino
«Ievalor; ratos«8to|l4 weekly.
___ Jl OSBORNE.
table;
AVON INN
Fear liaacli, Viralula i,».nua.
IU Dot wiok hp a,h ''' ''" vu, ° 1 '' ««»" Moat.
JAMES L. SMITH.
THE ELBERON
Corner Tennessee
untrul location
MU pur
d Pacific Avenues.
.^ Euuoial rate until July
KOBT. a LUDY, M. D.
c
15th 4
THE BROOKEHURST
Virginia Are
Capacity 2tW; cuisine
i tea is
and Bt;ach.
.... - . - Brst class; spring
•1-. Saturday until Monday *.j.
inauageuieut. Booklet.
N
BURRELL & BROWN.
HEADQUARTERS
For Wl linlugtouli
Hotel Bold on, Ocean end Tr
Rebuilt aud Improved. Ten
-ww nvenue,
idcrato
IS. li. V00RHEL8.
HADDON HALL
Atlantic City, N. J.
Every modern uppomimout
Hot Hudjcold
■1 comfort
bath*. Golf IIuka.
tor illiHtratutl iiteraluru.
Wri
LEEDS & LIPP1NCOTT.
HOTEL SCARBOROUGH
Marylnnd At
aud Buach,
Atlantic City, K. J.
Now open. Elevator, si earn heat, private
l aths ami every modern ojuvenlenc*. D.ipo
Mte StecI Pier, Excellent ocenu frout ronina
$ 12.00 aud I la per week. 12.50 aud IU per day
Write for Illustrated booklet.
ALFRED WYMAN.
: GOOD FOR ONE VOTE, *
*
s CUT THIS OUT
| and write the name of tho j
tt player you wish to vote for jj|
S and send to the Hepumjcan 5
Office. 5
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Deal, Wilmington, A. A.
Will Brennan,High School
Tierney, Wilmington,
Walker, " "
Barton, Wilmington A. A.
H. Frantz, B Middle, H. S.
Hoffman, Wilmington A. A.
Meyers, Wilmington,
ft. John's College.
Annapolis, Md., June 15.—Right
Rev. Dr. George F. Seymour, Bishop
of Springfield, 111., delivered tne
baccalaureate sermon beginning
the exercises of commencement week
at St. John's College, Annapolis.
The sermon was delivered in the
forenoon at St. Anne's Church, the
graduating class numbering 21. aud
other students of the college being
in attendance.
In the evening Rev. C. T. Wyatt
of Middletown, Del., preached be
fore Y. M. C. A. of tho college. He
made a forcible speech, giving sound
advice to the young men.
Swarm ol Bee. Escaped
There was some excitement In the
vicinity of Fourth and King streets,
yesterday afternoon, caused by a
swarm uf bees escaping from a box.
They gathered on an awning In front
of Thomas Carney's saloon and pe
destrians feared to pass lest the bees
would sting them. After mauy una
vailing efforts had been made to
swarm the bees back into their hive
a successful method was devised. A
large limb of a tree was secured, this
was placed on top of the awning.
The insects clustered about tbo
limbs, but while they were being
lifted to the ground the limb was
dropped. This angered tho bees,
"but finally they were removed direct
ly In front of the hive, Into which
they finally mado their way. Then
they were carried Into Cahall'sbarber
shop. Five hours wore required for
the hiving of the bees.
340
265
212
161
115
100
82
53
Hotel
BUSH
Empire
BROADWAY
AND 63 d St.
ft Y. CI T Y
FIREPROOF.
MODERATE RATES.
EXTENSIVE LIBRARY
Orcho$tral Concerts Every Evening
ALL CARS PASS THE EMPIRE.
Send for descriptive Booklet.
V . JOHNSON QUINN, Proprietor
HODERN
EXCLUSIVE
ACCESSIBLE
SEASHORE RESORTS.
CAPS MAY, N J
THE RUDOLPH
xerry nr
Thoroughly rt
fig emeu t. Opou J
Undor nu\
i
M1W. U. C. HUGHES.
THE ALDINE,
Decal
Open all tho
St., I'ir.st lionso fr
r. 'J he popular Wil
apply to
THKO. Al UELLLIf, Prop.
Beach.
iugtou
bouMC. lor
VICTORIA
f 100
in End of Congnm
Un-urpatHiul, Fine
bf.
i
Lawn. Mod
. IMo.ltr
ernly otiulppid Largo uiry r
uto r
Open all the yuur.
S. WALES.
THE WINDSOR
1)1
tiy
the bench. Oct
. Hoo:
mi view fro...
?, wiih baths.
Write lur booklet.
C. B, REEVES, Prop,
CONGRESS HALL
OpHiH Juno 21. Ouly brick hotel. Located
o aero lawn; un
Until opuuiug
apply UU1 CTitfMiuut Btrcct, Phlla., Pa.
it. H.vLPIN,
OU blUlf tul^u ol
obHtruclfd vii*
t ocean on live
STOCKTON HOTEL
Opens .Inly 1st
.argestnnd most spacious
llio U.JUSt.
1
ctllty. Prof. IWorguu's Orchestra ID pieces
tt'DpJns, biliarda. sliiifli, liourtl.-, lawn tennis,
gcif, Magnlfio.int beach front., dri
Pi oineuiide 8 miles long. R
it Us when
■ay nud
lib nrivato
■ «tf» $15 to $ju per
ek. Bpecial reduclioii for July. Write
for booltlot. H. 41. CAKE. AIjo Hotel Nor
maudto, Wushinelon, D. C. For tenm npply
to Thus. Farley, e.uol clerk, liiJl Chestnut
struct, l'lilla.
e
1.
STAR VILLA
'Ocenu Street and Beach Avenue.
iiund.-rid foot of beaoli. Tenth
WilUlu
season.
M. J> RICH AIID3CN.
CARROLL VILLA
Jackson street
Beach Boulevard.
Centrally located, Cool Voraudah*. Turini
application.
MRS. T. R. BROOKS.
MILLER COTTAGE.
No 4 Periy atrest
Near Biach and Pann, K. U, Station. Thor
oughly renovated. Table aupplieddiruct from
.."'"[wni. Home Comforts. Write for
E- E. MILLER. PROP.
ten
CIVIL RDLE IN SAMAR
Commission Sent to the Island
For That Purpose,
Thin win Give Krt-eiiom «o Filipino
T
^r il ,U r , r T'? y !
in Manila say a report is current,
hav t eTeen l boloed t od' ,r fh ntS T 30

port has not been confirmed by the
American authorities of that district.
Twenty-five members of a band of
insurgents who were captured while
fighting with General Lukban in Sa-1
mar took the oath.of allegiance to tlm
United States and were subsequently
released. Four members of the band
GENERAL AMNESTY ON JULY'4.
l*rlnonei*M
f»uuni—Fence Proa
peri a In Leyte Hrlfflat—A De
fence of Went Pointers.
wore killed in tho engagement which I
resulted in the capture of their com
panions. The twenty-five who have !
sworn allegiance have seen General:4.
Chaffee and have promised to give him
all the assistance in their power in tho
work of maintaining the present peace
conditions in Samar. j
A commission has been sent to Samar
to appoint Senor Llorentcs governor of
j. . * . ,, * i
the island and to establish civil govern
laent there.
It is expected that a genera! amnesty
will be declared .Tilly 4. This amnesty j
will result In the release of the Filipino
prisoners now on the Island of (iunni. |
The prospects in the island of Leyte
for u speedy termination of the armed '
resistance tlipre are bright. Since the
ports of the island were closed stir- i
renders of insurgents to the native con
|
stabulary have occurred dally.
Speaking at the West Point eenten- 1
nlal dinner which was held here last j
week Acting Civil Governor Wright
said ho did not think "the strife now I
being waged in congress on the Philip- 1
pine government bill Is as fierce and as I
Irreconcilable as it appears to lie," j
that l lu» sober second thoughts of the !
American people were always right 1
and that they would in time do justice j
to the Americans in the Philippine Is- :
lands.
Speaking at the same dinner, Colonel
Charles A. Woodruff, head ot' the sub
slstenee department at Manila, said:
"The graduates of West Point may he
'charity boys,' but hi the Mexican war
ed the nation in money
ilitnry school
The
same hoys led 2,000,000 men to victory
in the greatest of modern wars. The
'charity boys' lmve all repaid their
board and keep a thousandfold. They
can glory in the fact that wherever
2,-,,000 American troops have faced an
enemy the commander of these men
was a West Point graduate. The os
tabllshoil reputation of tho boys from
West Point lms become n synonym for
honor, integrity and the highest credit
in 11,0 country. They have saved the
country millions of dollars and thou-'
sands of lives, mid the 'cliarity boys'
will no doubt uphold in the present tho :
proud supremacy of the United States."
The chumher of commerce has pro
seated to General Chaff.. set of reso
Hiltons Which express the regard with
which Oeneral i'll a ffee and the army
In the Philippines are Held by the busl
ness men of Manila
An American sentry belonging to the
engineers was luully cut up with nl)olo
In the lunula of a Moro while on duty !
near Vicars
Several dattos under the sultan of I
these liny
alone 11101
than the
has cost since its foundation.
Mindanao have ext Mod upon Colonel
Frank I>. Ha Idtvi
enth infantry and lmvo asked him for
American Hags. This action
of the dattos is considered equivalent to
taking tin* oath of allegiance to the
United Stales.
of the Tweiity-.sev
the part
in tho Churclus.
Children's Day services ivere held
inEpworthand Union M. E. church
es last evening.
A jihonograph song service was
held in the First Methodist l'rotes
taut church last evening and next
Sunday evening Children's Day ser
vices will ho held.
Children's Day services were held
in the East lake M. E. Church yes
terday afternoon.
Pictures of tho Martinque disaster
were shown in West Presbyterian
church last evening.
'
The Rev. W. M. Jofferis, of ('al-,
vary Episcopal ehurdi, held services
at the Miuquadalo Home yesterday
afternoon.
, , ,
At Scott M. K Church yesterday
the Rev. tel gal Fuulk, formerly a i
momhor of the church hut now at!
the Boston Theological Seminary,
preached.
Special Children's Day services
wero held in Rodney Street Presby
terian church last evening. There
was special music nml Chief Justice
Charles B. Lore made ail address.
Rev. AV. H. Butler, D. D., of
Bethel A. M. E. church, proached a
special sermon in Gilbert Presbyte
rian church yesterday.
A Christian Endeavor service was
held in the United Presbyterian
Church last evening and an address
was made by George Penny,' presi
dent of the State Christian Endeav
or Union._
Soldier Drowned "T.C
The body of Michael Carroll, an
artilleryman at Fort duPolit, was
found lloatlng in tho Delaware and
Chesapeake Canal at Delaware City,
yesterday. Undertaker Householder,
took charge of the body and an in
quest will he held. Carroll had been
missing since Friday nifflit. Hit
home was in New York,
POTTSVILLEGOT
ITS BUMPINGS.
Wilmington A. A. turned the
trick on the Pottsville team on Sat
urday afternoon and the miners
went down to the tune of 8 to 3.
On the occasion of Pottsville's last
visit to South Side Park they defeat
ed the local team in a close and ex
! citing game. Tho visitors fielded
well hut were unable to hit Evei
S(m , g deliverv
«•* «->
iP«t in the "of but tto'time he^re
im
LLh te " f , t,n ' ty
| 18 u11 the lo( -als did to lus do
A ,,v' „ ^ „ . ,
up a st.ir game at
The score follows:
1 ^'A 1111 ^ 011 0 3 0 10 3 11 x—8
j*°ttsville 00100 0 01 1 3
WIL.MINGTON DEFEATED.
I Wilmington and All-Cubans had a
ten inniug game, the latter winuiug
! out in tho tenth by the score of 7 to
'game,
Botli teams put up a line
The local team went up in the
air in the tenth inniug which lost
them the game.
as follows:
The score is
Wilmington
All-Cubans
1 0 1 0 0 0 0 00 2—4
0 00100010 5—7
DIAMOND DUST.
Norristown at South Side Park to
Jay.
Wilmington will play away from
home to-morrow,
Aubrey filled Vought's place at
thirii in great style,
Foreman must be unhealthyas on
several occasions when it came bis
turn to go in the box he has cluim
eil that he was sick,
Wilmington A. A. goes to Chester
to-morrow. Special trolleys leave
Eighth and Market streets at 1.30
and 2 o'clock,
Wilson will pitch against Chester
agnin to-morrow,
Everson will he in the box against
Pittsburg on Wednesday,
New Castle 2, Highland 1.
The Chester Morning Republican
says:
j A most interesting game of ball
; was played at Third and Highland
avenue on Saturday afternoon by
he tho Highland A. A. aud the New
Castle team, of New Castle, Del.
| Tbo contest was stopped in the
. fifth inning by tlio raiu storm. The
Highland team was defeated by the
' close score of 2 to 1, hut is not
ashamed of the game as the boys
' from the west end playes one of tho
strongest amateur games in Dela
, ware. The visitors were a gentle
manly crowd of young men.and tho
100(1 spectators who witnessed the
■ contest are anxious to see them play
: the Highland another gaino this
1 season.
i Just previous to tho close Hie-h
: laml i,!id a"
score, but owing to an accident,
Waterson, who collided with Yin
: cent, at third hnse on a two base
hit bv Watson was nil ,'it at tlm
ate The "ore
mcmr ,vr,
HIGHLAND,
, li. H. O. A. E.
i' att ? rsoD > ss - 0 0 " 11
Dougherty. If. 0 2 0 o o
,T - Wabwm c. 0 1 6 0 0
Hance ' lb - 0 1 6 0 0
! ^ 'noent, ef. 0 0 0 0 0
Guy, 2b. 0 0 2 0 o
I Yal 'naii, 3b. 1 0 0 0 o
S. Watson, rf. 0 0 0 0 0
Lewis, p. 0 0 1 :! 0
--
Totals 1 4 15 9 3
NEW CASTLE
R. H. O. A. E.
2 0 0
2 0 0
0 4 0
2 0 0
0 () 0
7 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Conntiss, c.
Duffy, 2h.
Leads, ss.
■ Beacon, 2b.
Newhive, If.
Maguire, lb.
l-i.-c! 1 . 01 ' 1 .' lf '
L., '
11 ' lso '
0 1
0 1
o 1
1 1
0 1
0 0
0 1
0 0
1 0
Totals
Highland A. A.
New Castle
2 5 15 4 1
2 0 0 0 0-2
0 0 1 0 0—1
L'eitufit ior country Week.
Olivet Presbyterian Church held
open, nil- services at Fourth and
Broome streets last night and took
up a collection for the benefit of the
' country week fund of the Associa
. .
( hnnties. Tho collection amount
'' 1 1 t° 413 and after the service a
number of those present made furth
er subscriptions to the fund so that
the collection will he considerably
increased.
The Rev. It. A. Elwood, pastor of
the church, preached an interesting
i sermon from the text: "Hewliogiv
et h to the poor lendeth to the Lord"
n e H poke enthusiastically of the
work of the Associated Charities.
He also said that if each church
in the city would take a similar ool
lection tho work of country week
fuud would be greatly advanced.
Bids For Engine House
Architect E. L. Rice, on Saturday
last opined bids for the Brandywine
Fire Company's now engine house,
Twenty-fifth and Market streets.
The bids were as follows;
J. B. Johnson, $10,660; H. Cassidy
$10283; J. W. H. Ilewes, $10264; L.
Nutter, $10032; W. B, Haddock &
Company, *10207; A. S. Reed S Bro
ther Company, $12688; O. VV. Phlllo
$9125; T. Samworth, *9200. IMS ex',
peeled the contract will be anardod
in a few days and woik commenced
at onco.
Advertise in the Bopublioan.
DIRE DISTRESS.
It is Near at Hand to Hun*
dreds of Wilmington
Readers.
Don't neglect an aching back.
Backache is the kidney's cry for
help. *
Neglect hurrying to their aid,
Means that urinary troubles fol
low quickly.
Dire distress, diabetes, Bright's
disease.
Profit by a citizen's experience.
Mrs. J. J. Cox, No. 2011 Market
street, says:—"I have been subject
to kidney and bladder trouble for
20 years, was treated for it by lead
ing physicians here; went to a spe
cialist in Philadelphia who charged
me $100, used irnffimerahle remedies
but all the treatment I ever took
never brought me permanent
suits. I notic
advertised as
uey complaint and nothing else, so
I obtained a box at Danforth's drug
store. After taking the first box I
procured a second and I conscien
tiously tay that Doan's Kidney Pills
did more for me than all the doc
tors' prescriptions and all medicine
I heretofore used. Since I first
learned of their value I have recom
mended them to a number of peo
ple. I don't wisli it understood 1 am
thoroughly and permanently cured
for I have had slight attacks of the
trouble since I first heard of Doan's
Kidney Pills hut an appeal to them
never fails to help me and tide me
over what might be a serious at
tack.''
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the IT. s.
Romember tho name—Doan's—
and take no other.
re
(^Doan's Kidney Pills
<Cremedy to cure kid
They Died Together.
Coalcsville, Pa., Jane 15. —"Since
we can't live together, we will die
together."
With these words, ITenrv W.
Ricer suddenly drew a revolver
this morning aud shot Mrs. Rachel
Sahlor through the heart. Then
he placed the muzzle of the weapon
against his temple and sent a
death-dealing bullet into his brain.
Miss Mary L. Ernest, a mutual
friend, stood at the door with them,
and was the only witness of the
double tragedy.
Ricer called at Mrs. Sablor's
house at an early hour this morn
ing. Ho had left her after
quarrel the night belore, and re
, ,, ,
tu r,1 e " 0 mal< ® P eac e. h * 8a "*;
I' IC8r came here trom New Castle,
Pa ., several months ago to superm
„ construction of the
!?'L, ' S °° n , ? ft ® r ' v ,fA d t Ue ™ et
,, bahlor , and from that time
Sl? M „ ,'ffi Z1T a ' ""
ilomc * Hi* devotion led to aa en
gagement, and among their friends
waS 11 nacratood that the mar
r J t0 Uke P 1 **
mIJ „ .. ,
Iv r "' S ,' 110 . r wa * a widow, aDd
qw'ffiid made min Vn?* f I " < ' a !' | 9
H ey bad made many plans for the
uture : The, were to have their
home ,n New Castle.
Ricer called at Mrs. Sahlor's
home last night. I hey quarreled.
She accused hun of taithlessness;
8al(1 *>e was engaged to another
young woman in Columbus, Ohio,
Ricer denied this, and said that
some enemy waa poisonmgher min d
against him. He said he could
produce proof of his inuocenco if
she would only give him time.
But Mrs. Sahlor Insisted that
she had irrefutable proof of bis
perfi.lity.
"This
gagement," she said,
not kept faith with me before
riage, and certainly I could
have confidence in you thereafter."
Ricer pleaded, but lu vain. Mra.
Sahlor would llsteu to no
Finally she peremptorily dismissed
him from her house. All this she
tearfully confided to hor friend, Miss
Ernest, who was staying at her
house.
a
nely
on
must terminate our en
"You have
mar
Ot
excuses.
When Ricercalled at Mrs. Shalor's
home this morning to renew his
pleading he was met at the door by
both Mrs. Sahlor and Miss Ernest,
You have done me a great injus
tice, hesaid, and I have come to ask
you to withold judgment uut'l I
have had an opportunity to provo
that these charges against me
untrue.
And I have positive proof of your
faithlessness, said Mrs. Sahlor. 1 did
not break our engagement until I
was convinced that at the same time
you were coming here you
planning to marry anotherWoman. I
positively decline ro renew our en
gagement.
"Then since we can't live together
we will die together," exclaimed Ul
cer, and a moment later hie accusing
swcetlicartlaydead athlsfeet. With
out another word he put a bullet in
his own brain and together they died.
Miss Ernest's screams brought sev
eral neighbors to the house and then
the police and a surgeon were Bum
moned. The bodies were removed to
an undertaker's shop, where an in
quest was held by the Deputy, O,
G. Myer.
In Ricci 's pockets were found sov
eral letters postmarked Columbus,
Ohio. They wero signed "Alma."
The writer used many endearing
terms and said that she was looking
forward to their happy marriage In
October.
arc
were
Duckling Had I our Legs
Georgetown, Del., June 15,— Jacob
West, near Redden, had hatched
last week a duck with four legs, and
which crawled like a llzzard.
queer fowl suon died.
TUa
ORDAINED TO
PRIESTHOOD.
Rev. iVolin Neill Dougherty was
ordained in St. Peter's Pro-Cathe
dral yesterday to tho priesthood.
Bishop Monaghan was assisted by
the Very Rev. John A. Lyons, V.
(1., as archdeacon; Rev. Fathers
Isenring and Cannolle as deacons,
and Rev. E. E. McVeigh as master
of ceremonies.
The young priest was attended by
Rev. F. J. Connelly, of St. Ann's
Church, throughout the ceremonies
and Rev. John J. Dougherty was
present in the sanctuary. At the
close of the solemn services. Bishop
Monaghan preached a short hut
feeling sermon, in which he con
gratulated the newly ordained
priest on reaching at length tho
goal of his life long desires in being
ordained a priest of God.
He also lougratulated tho diocese
on tlie accession of another priest
and expressed the hope that Father
Dougherty's example would be emu
lated by other young men of this
diocese and would encourage them
to persevere in their studies through
out the long course of preparation
required by tho church of candi- I
dates for the holy priesthood. In
conclusion, lie asked the prayers of
the congregation for the success
of the new priest in his labors for
tiie good of souls in whatever field
Divine Providence would assign to
him.
Rev. John Neill Dougherty is a
native of this city and is in his
twenty-ninth year. He made liis
studies for the priesthood at St.
Charles' College, Md., aud at St.
Mary's Seminary, Baltimore.
Father Dougherty has been ap
pointed by Bishop Monaghan pas
tor of Cambridge, Md.. and the
Dorchester county missions, which
have heretofore been attended from
Easton, Md. Ho will enter upon
his charge on tho first Sunday of
July.
Rev. Joseph A. O'Brien of Phila
delphia, lias been assigned to St.
Patrick's Church, this city, us as
sistant to Rev. W. J. Bermingham.
Rev. Edward C. Higgins of Dela
ware City, lias teen transferred to
St. Paul's Church, Wilmington,
where he will be associated with
Revs. Fathers Connelly aud Hughes
as assistant to Bishop Monaghan.
Father Higgins will lie succeeded
by Rev. Janies L. SleSweeney of
Chestei'town, Md., as pastor of St.
Paul's Church, Delaware City, and
chaplain to St. James' Protectory,
Bey hold, Del.
The new' pastor of Chestertuwn
will lie Rev. John M. McNamara of
Baltimore, vltp will be ordained by
Cardinal Gibbons in tho Cathedral
of Baltimore next Saturday, and
who will be assigned temporarily to
work in the diocese of Wilmington.
Those changes will go into effect on
tho first Sunday of July.
Wilmington B.ble Union.
Tlm regular weekly meeting of
the Wilmington Bible Union will be
held in the lecture room of the Del
aware Avenue Baptist Church, this
evening at 7.45 o'clock. All Sun
day school terchers and Bible stu
dents are cordially invited.
d
DR. KING'S
NEW discovery
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Cures Consumption,Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia,HayUever,Pleu
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat. Croup and
Whooping Cough.
„ NO CURE. NO PAY.
Prica 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES UtEfc.
7 OST—MISLAID <*H HnU STOLEN DE
J posit book of the ArtliftiH buviiiga
Bank No. 14,19!} in iha name of W m , K.
Kaatburn. Notice has In
f-atiou made for
ii rtpplI*
burn.
in 21-1 tawlc 3w|
V DEPOSIT HOOK
I Sucie
i or Mar
nud application
book. MARY HEALEY.
iu29-ltawlc 8 L*
L ost ou mislai
of tho Wilinlugti
ty book No. Uj.UiJj in tr
ey. Notice has boon
made for a no
h V
D
IT'OUND-A NEW CASTING FOR
J? lug inachim*, owner can have s
calling at thia utlico.
MOW
; by
amusement j
Brandywine
Springs Park,
AM)
HOWSON
HIS
BAND.
Afternoon* and Evenings
THE CAPTIVE BALI OON A NOVI L FEAT
URL.
EXTRA
EX I It A
at the
THEATRE.
Brandywine Stock Company Preieutiug
"BURR OAKS."
Evenings at P.JO. 'J hursday and Saturday
Mat
lieu at «,80,
d Market atraeii direct
mutes.
Cara leave Sixth
to the Sprlnga every 10
SHELLPOT PARK
Raymond Si Hart,
S stir Team,
Singing and Dancing,
Collin; & Riydolds
Funny Comedians.
Cole and Clements,
and others.
ALA RMED !
ALA IIM CLOCKS, hav
up kind, riof
v«ry few
loinmut
on do fo
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN REPAIR
INO WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY-1, ft
THOMAS. * ^
i
1
I) & A Plione339 A.
:
Harry E. Thomi.s A Co., 509Market SL
I constable Eaton is detained in jail.
1 lie othcer denies that the shoot
ing was intentional.
tailed Bv a Constable.
Elkton, Md., June 15.—At War
wick, Cedi county, last night Marion
C. Brown, colored, aged 25 years,
was shot and killed by Constable
Horace M. Eaton. Brown was
charged with assaulting Isaac Light- *
cap, and while tho officer was on the
way with the prisoner to the office
of Justice P. F. Jones, eight or nine
colored men surrounded him and
threatened to rescue the prisoner.
Constable Eaton drew liis revolv
or and claims that someone caught
liis arm, and in his effort to free
himself the weapon was discharged.
The ball entered Brown's cheek
uniter tiie left eye anil penetrated
liis brain. Justice Julius committ
oil the prisoner to jail, but Constable
Eaton kept him at his own home
and during the night made several
unsuccessful attempts to procure a
physician.
Brown was brought to Elkton this
morning where he died.
Coroner Nelson summoned a jury
of inquest, anil penning its decision
He says he
drew his pistol to protect himself
from tho aiob of negroes who were
clamoring for the release of Brown.
The dead man was employed as a
farm hand on the farm of William
D. Bradford, of Middle Neck.
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PENNY HOY AL Plr.l.'l
penny royal oIUb; at
Oftlce JJJ N.Hiatk
J'lio only
druggists or by mull Jt. 00 .
R ooms for gentlemen lodgers at
004 West street, with or without board.
jell.Jt*
LADIES
SUFFERING
e uilmtuts
quick, positive
FROM PRI.
whatever
rare rellftf
, Or. french
Romody v o., llUi Arch Ntroet, Philadelphia,
P»- julO-eodti
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Hours
j^ggs—barred
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(MONTAUK
ain)Whlte VVyumlottea(Duaton mmln)
' " k Spring Poultry Farm, WIL. .
ml5 m w a 'into i
|1 per 1J.
Del Box 471.
L
ADI Kb —WE
ANT A GOOD F.KPltB,
iity and offer
that
n ea-.:l» I
womau who will woik, a po-i
pay $18 pur week ; this isdio deception and IP
ly spare '-1 hour* a day.uddrau
Mabel E. Kush, becrelary , Lux D, Joliet*
Jol4'a
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in.
C ONSUMPTION. A5THM CATAU11
Rlieumaliiiu, Neuralgi», qmcc nl i«
Dr.Montgomery,.'JJ N
a struvii, I'uih. Pa
The Equitable
GUARANTEE AND
Trust Ca,
Ninth and JIarket Sts.
Capital (&&') $500,000.00
| 306,000.00
Surplus
aud Profit>
TRANSACTS A GENERAL TRUST BU 8 |»
NKSS; PAYS INTKREVroN DEPOSIT®
OK MONEY; RENTS SAFE DEPOSIT
BOXES; MANAGES REAL ESTATE.
DIRECTORS: *
I
/
Otho Nowland '
S. Minot Curtis
John Bauer oft |
Franklin Taylor <
Samuel K. Smith \
J. Wilkin* Coooh
Geo- G. Lobdell
Preston Lea
Thomas .lackson
T)r. J, A. Draper
William H Swift
J. Smith Hrou
William W. Pusey
W illiam Howe
Edward Bringhurst, Jr T. Coleman DuPoul v
Joseph L Carpenter, Sr
OFFICERS:
PRESTON LICA. President.
OTHO NOWLAND. Vico P
and Tran*.
J. T. PENNY PA CKEll.Suo. and Trust otflo.r
*urur.
RICH A Rl) Rc.BSiC. A4*itttut T
F It. MoltRiSON, A-eiLtatit Secretary.
M. D CROSS AN, Real ICaiato 0 .11 cor.

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