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T I Xf^» r': /' ♦ 4 4 v m- v ESTABLISHED «S3a. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, THURSDAY, JUNE 2G, 1902. NT ONE CE ONE CENT. SEASHORE RESORTS. | SEASHORE RESORTS. l 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. illiberally Appointed in Every Feature Exclusive Lawn between the Hotel and Boardwalk. Write For New Booklet. WALTER J. BUZBY. j COXalEIMi-AJSr HOUSE $outh Carolina Avenue and Boardwalk. _ y<>r Uioaw who want a nice home like hotel at. teasonable priced, in hoars of city aud all ^acuaof amuse ucut. Beat, servity. Excellent bed*. Hot aud cold hiths. Light, airy •Mfeia Bales 1.50 tier day aud up. $8,UJ per week aud uo. Capacity 251 G. L. COLEMAN, JR., PROP. uTHZE STANLEY Ocean End South Carolina Avenue, ■Excellent table. Weekly rates $8 upward until July 1st. MILLER & DUNLOP. rtP HOTEL STERLING, ^cean End of Kentucky Avenue, i ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. LOCATED CONVENIENT TO PIERS AND CASINO. Constructed of Stone and Br'ck,—Fireproof. , STEAM HEAT ELECTRIC LIQHT ELEVATOR. Rooms Single or eh Suite. Muny Pri LUXURIOUS APPOINTMENTS AND ELEGANT SERVICE Baths. AT MODERATE PRICES £ VM. I. FINCH, Owner and Prop. Write for Booklet and Special Spring Katei. T O Those Desiring An Unassuming, home like house,- abso lutely clean, good table, quick service, we call attention to HOTEL MAJESTIG. Vlrg'ni Ave.. third boutn from Beaoli. elevator fr street level; steam heat; baths; specially kly; booklet mailed. f B. C. OSBORNE. Capacity 250; large f apnug « Ol) daily ; ?U to?U ; U New York Avenue, near the Beach. D. KISTiAUER CHESTER INN THESUNNYSIDE 9 South Illinois Avenue. T : Same like; first class table; terms moder J„ GU1SWITR, Prop, Hotel, Harris Formerly of Temperauc burg. Pa. THE MARION s , South. moderate. First 100 booth Carolina r Wear tho Beach, Ter ClsssTable. BERKSHIRE INN Virginia Avenue, Ocean End. Special rates—April, May and Juno—$2.09 Md 12.60 per day; $8. $10 and $12.50 per week ' Capacity 000. Unobstructed Ocean View i l«Mrge, pleasant rooms, single und «u suite, xdevator, sieum heat, baths, aud every c fert. Booklet. J. O. & J, F. DICKINSON, i. Special Saturday until Monday rule HOTEL ARNO *1 the lionrdwnlk. capacity 2J0. Forty ocean per day and up. Luug instance Connecticut Aveu Dining ro rooms. $1.1X1 telephone 408 . J, HOTEL SOTHERN Situated ou Virginia avenue, the widest in Atlantic City. Within iOU ft. or the Steel Pier and Boardwalk. Directly i ef the best bathing grounds. All modern conveniences. Cuisine excellent. Terms moderate. Capacity J0U. Write for booklet. fro N. R. BOTH WELL. TUE NEW RUDOLF Atlantic City, N. J. Ocean front; capacity 800; largest aud most tbeooast; rooms on suite with modern and fresh water baliis; American and Em potto plan; special spring rales; Md weekly social features. ■chnstra CUAS. If. MYERS. HOTEL ESMOND New York Ave., anl the Beach. Attractive price for clean rooms. Quick 1 Service. Bountiful table. Every modern con . veoleuce, elevator, sea water baths etc. Kates |9 to $IS per week We make special terms to families aud parties. J. PAUL KILPATRICK. VERMONT HOUSE Vermont Avenue f The moat pleasant location in Atlantic City, Ideal family house* Popular rates. JOHN H. KISDON* HOTEL DENNIS r Enlarged and beautifully improved. New a. private tiled baths with hot and cold sea aud Mfresb water. Liberally uppoiutrd in every ■feature. Kxclvslve Lawn between tho hotoi -i and boardwalk • Write for booklet Walter j. buzby. HOTEL MORTON Virginia Avenue, 1 minute*' walk from Beach. Open all the year. Elevator from street level to all floors. Steam heat, Min parlor. Hut aud coi.l bul.lii: Flno table a specialty. MRS, N. li, HA1N1SB. fioRLlUeington ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.* Virginia ideal fortable, select, h Table and service unsurpassed. Kates per day. Write for special weekly rates and booklet. THEO: L. HAWKINS. . near the beach; location. Cheerful el ike. LA FONTAINE Ocean end Kentucky avenue. Home comforts, excellent table, moderate rates. Jl. B. PARKER, Owner and Proprietor. HOTEL CHETWOODE Pacific and Indiana Aves, ,, , Atlantic City, N. J* Open throughout tlie yeur, steam heat* cuisine uusur'iussed; beach. Special rates. minute walk from' MBS. P. A. DEMPSEY. HOTEL OSBORNE Con Arkansas' and Pacific Aves, Seventeenth season; homelike; flno table; elevator; rules $8 to $14 weekly. R. J. OSBORNE. AVON INN Near beach, Virginia uvenue. S« u parlors, baths, elevator, steam heat. $10 per week up. JAMES L. SMITH. THE ELBERON Corner Tennessee and Pacific Avenues. Cenirnl location. Special rate until July 15th |7 to $10 per week. IiOBT. a I.UDY, M. D. THE BROOKEHURST Virginia Aveuue and Leach. Capacity 200; cuisine first class; spring rates $8 to $12; Saturday until Monday JJ.UA New management. Booklet. BURRELL Sc BROWN. HEADQUARTERS For Wilmlngrtouians. Hotel Boil on, Ocean end Tenuetsee avenue. Rebuilt and improved. Ter moderate E. B. VOORHKI-S. HOTEL LA MA5C0T 2119 to 2123 Pacific avenue, facing ocean. Accommodations complete; hot baths, in dividual service. II..'5 aud $1.50 per day; $7 to Slo per week. One block from Readme depot Capacity 200. Firstclus i table. AlRn. L. E, KEP1BUEU BROWNE, Proprietress. STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL Kentucky Aveuue near the Beach, Appointments first class; long distance telepnono 451 F; oupacfly 200; rates $1.00 to 1^50 per day, $iU0 to $16.u<i per week BINDER Sc CO.. ____Owners aui Managers. HIE SHELBURNE Directly on (he ocean front. Always open • large rooms, private baths. Best hotel Ihe coast, send lor booklet. OB li. & R. RAMSEY. dtltitnnwtiwtMtHtfih 1 GOOD FOR ONE VOTE I * CUT THIS OUT | * and write the name of the * X player you wish to vote for * X and send to the Republican * 1 Office. 5 s * * * m * | Name * s j£ Club, -.. * ai * * NfiM SOliH mm Tierney, Wilmington, Will Brennan, High School Deal, Wilmington, A. A. Wa lker, Wilmington News, Wilmington A. A. H. Frantz, B Middle, H. S. Hoffman, Wilmington A. A. Barton, Wilmington A. A. Shurnar, Wash. Senate Meyers, Wilmington, 885 725 689 410 204 140 118 115 84 68 Hotel "I S •I i BROADWAY AND 63d St. N. Y. CITY HODERN EXCLUSIVE ACCESSIBLE FIREPROOF. MODERATE RATES. EXTENSIVE L 1 BRAR / Orchestral Concerts Every Evening ALL CARS PASS THE EMPIRE. Send for descriptive Booklet. W . JOHNSON QUINN, Proprietor SEASHORE RESORTS. WILDWOOD, N. J. THE BERWIND Newly built, all improvement!, house, ocean view. corner mrs. a, w. Matthews. CAPE MAY POINT, N J, CARLTON HOTEL Directly ou the beach, accommodates 400. orchestra hilling, boating,-guuaing, bathing, fine table; ball every evening; good bicycle roads; terms $7 to *13 per M^ek: send for booklet. KELLl Sc WEAVER. SURF HOUSE Oceiu trout, nearest house to b.Uiins fc r0 w"ii/? C "*" Vl " , AMNO.N T WHl2kr ^ CAPE MAY, N J OCEAN VILLA 51 Jackson street. Near tlio Boardwalk. Under the manage muni of MRS. J. "• KOU«. Room* with board very reasonable. Every window faces the ocean breeze. bedrot the brexton Mode*ate prices. U. J. CUESWElz*. Thoroughly renovated. Opeu all year. THECMALFONTE Piue ooean view; close to beach; fine porches arg-J, airy rooms: inauugem W. GOLT. ELBERON Improvod. Opposite Congress Hall. Two squares from statiuu. J. E. WILSON, Prop. THE RUDOLPH Perry street und Beach Avo. Thoroughly renovated. Uuder ,w * v segment. Opeu June 1, MRS. It. C. HUGHES. THE ALDINE Decatur St., First house from Boao'i. Open all tho year. The popular Wilmington iiouxe. Fur ratoa apply to THEO. MUELLER, Prop. VICTORIA Ocean End of Cougron Street, f.ocation Unsurpassed. Fit eruly equipped, ate rutes. Open uli tuo year. Lawn. Mod Lurge airy rooms, hloder J.S. WALES. STAR VILLA "Ocean Street and Beach Avenue. uuudt'tid feet of beach. Tenth Within season. M. I,. RICHARDSON. CARROLL VILLA Bench Boulevard. Centrally located, Cool Veraudaks. Term* i application. Jackson street * MRS. 1. R. BROOKS. MILLER COTTAGE. No. 4 Perry street. Near Beach and Penn, R. If, Station. Thor led. Table si iarin. Homo Com ipplied direct fr Write for onghly re E* E. MILLER, PROP. THE WINDSOR Directly on tl every room. Rooms Write fur booklet. beach. Ooum view from suite, with baths. a B, REEVES, Prop, CONGRESS HALL Open, JanoZI. Only brl.k hotel, t.ocatod ou bluff edge of ocean on five acre lawn • un obstructed yiuw; orchestra. Until opeuiug apply 1901 Chest u ut street. Phi la., Pa. " R. HALP1N, STOCKTON HOTEL Opens July 1st, Largest ami most spacious or the neon. Every modern oorn'ort Mill r». eUlly- Prof. Horguu's Orohestre III ulecol ten pi us, Uillurds. sbuOleliaaisls, lawn teunit, gc)f MagnlttoBiit buBcli front, driveway aud pronteuude 3 miles long. Rooms with private Laths when desired. Kates $15 to $») per week- dpeolnl reduction for July. Write for booklet. U. it. UAKE. AIjo Hotel Nor mandie, Washington, D. C. For term * apply to Thos- b arki/, caief clerk, lOJi C'hssluul street, Fkhu. | I?V17 D riQPQ 1T EAEiIUUOBD Hi HIGH SCHOOL. The commencement exercieee, of the Wilmington High School, were held laet night in the! High Sohnol Bnildlng on Delaware- Avenue. 'There were ninety-eight young mem and women graduates and the spaci ous Auditorium andgaliery held- a crowd that packed in to the doors. The Auditorium was ablaze with cherry white lights—the colors of the school—and bunting of the same hues bung in festoons against tlio walls and wai*wound about the pil lars supporting the gallery. In the rear of the stage were the huge figures, 02 formed of incandescent lights and bunting, while across the front there was a grouping of ferns and palms in boxes* about which were wrapped the colors of the school Occuping seats in the front of the stage weae Dr. Evans G. Shortlidge, the presiding officer; Nathan C. Sho effer, superintendent of public in. structiou of Pennsylvania; Edgar M lloopes, tbe Revo. Hubert W. Wells and Martin B. Dunlap; Harry P. Joslyn, president of the High School Aiumni Association; Miss Elsie Mc Daniel, president of the Alumnae Association; Archdeacon George C. Ilall, James 1). Carter, Proressor Georgo W, Twitmyer, Principal A. II. Berlin, and Dr. 'A. E. Frantz. In addition there were other mem bers of the Board of Education. On elevated seats on the stage sat tbe graduating class, p resenting a pretty picture. The young women were attired in gowns of the white organdie, Paris mousellue and crepe de chine, with white ribbons in their hair. The young men wore dark suits with white vests and black Ascot ties. The exercises opened shortly after 8 o'clock with theoverturo "Raymond by the Philharmonic orchestra. After invocation by the Rev. Hubert W. Wells and another selection caprice from "tlio Strollers''—by the orchestra, John Aspln Ktcnle. president of tbe February class, read an essay, entitled "Success is Work." The oration was delivered in an admirable manner and the speaker was liberally applauded. Tbe paper was written by JossuaCliristy Gunner Miss Vera Alleta Leonard followed with ariessav, written by Miss Mary Davis Blades, entitled "The Cuu querors. '' Miss Leonard dwelt on tlio great conquerors that tbe world has seen, and tier essry also came lo for much applause. The next number of the pro gramme was the singing of "Over the Fields of Clover" by the ent ire class, under the direction of Miss Josephine Fletcher. Tbe singing or tht graduates was a feature of tbe evening's exercises. The prizes were awarded uy Prin cipal A. N. Berlin. Tile successful contestants for the Board of Educa tion honor prizes were; Miss Martha Richardson Haley, with an average of 85 1, and riarrv Parker Hammond whose average was 82.8. Each of Hie two contest ants received prizes ol ten dollars. Ia awarding the prizes Princi pal Berlin called attention lo the prizes awarded to the High QSchool by tlio graduating class. These in clude a bust of Csesar and a panel o! relief work entitled tbe "Field of the Cloth of Gold. " : "The |Morning News" prizes ol gold were awarded by Edgar|M. Hoopes and the winners were Mary Whaler with ao average of 81.1, and Max Wainer with an average The alumni prizes were awarded by Ilarry Joslyn presideut oi the aiumni, Albert Joseph IJFeeney who re ceived the best average in English won the prize of ten dollars. His average was 83 per cent. Harry Alyn Cramer won the prize of *10 offered for the hight average in manual training for three years. His average was 90.2. The Alumnae prize of ten dollars for the best average in English, was won by Miss Lucy Merritt Garvin. Miss Elsie McDaniel made the presentation speech. The Bishop Coleman Latin prize of five dollars were awarded to Miss Martha Richardson Haley, whose average was 87.2, and Wil liam Caleb Draper, Jr., whose aver age was 82,5. In the absence of Bihop Coleman, Archeacon Hall presented the prize and make a brief address. He emphasized the Preserving Time Is At Hand. If You Want Good Jars Be Sure to Use a GAS STOVE! NO DIRT. NO DUST. NO SPOILED JELLY, and Cheaper Than Coal. For Sale By Wilmington Gas & Electric Co No. 827 Market Street. necessity of being able to converse in the original language of the old master writers. In ; conclusion he referred to the Jgrowth of the Eng lhm language and in doing this he caused applause by saying that the United States should not let such a small matter as beet sugar prevent her caring for abused and down trodden Cuba. The following number was an eBSay, written by Lucy Merritt Gar vin, entitled "The Minority, " which was read by Miss Anna Lowber. Charles Wright Clash followed with an essay entitled "The Struggles for Liberty," written by Max Rob ert Wainer. Tlie address to the graduates was made by the Hon. Nathan Schaeffer, of Philadelphia, on thesubject, "Does Education Pay?'' He began by say ing that his favorite line of argument from experience, was that money in vested in securing an education was the best investment that could be made. He gave somo statistics which showed that *40,000,000 is saved in England yearly by putting brains behind the hands of the) industrial Classes through the agency of addi tional schools." Prom statistics gathered by the commissioner of education in Wash ington, Professor Schaeffer showed that in the state of (Massachusetts there is an excess of 33 cents in wage earnings over other states, owing to the fact that schools are kept at a high standard and that pupils are compelled to spend more time in school. In conclusion, he urged the students to strive .for an education, not so much for the advance in their earnings as for higher life which education brings. Dr. Shortlidge conferred tbe diplomas to the graduates, after which the exercises were closed with benediction by the Rev. Martin B. Dnnla p. filmin'. Comp. Pauoyroyul Pill,. Tbs ladies' oxtru-ardlnary remedy. Be sure you get tlm "Comp." By mall il.nu. 6)6 Klagstreet. „, w Trains at Newark ■ Newark, Del., June 25.—Coroner Frick last night empaneled a jury to inquire into the death of Jane Price, colored, was run down by a Baltimore & Ohio train at the street crossing above the station on Fri day night last. The coroner's jury, composed of some of the best-known residents of Newark, was as fol lows: Joseph Hossingrt 1 , George G. Kerr, Alfred A. Curtis, George VV. Williams, Dr. A. Robin. Dr. W. H, Steele, S. M. Donnell andN. M. Motherall. Their verdict was that the woman was killed by being run down by the Baltimore & Ohio train known as second section, No. 506 northbound, on June 20, at 8.40 o'clock in the evening. The verdict also contained tlio following: Resolved, That the jury, after hearing the evidence are fully satis fied that the persons who had charge of tlio gates performed his duty as prescribed by the rules of the company for the safety of the public, but would call the attention of the railroad company to the great need of better gate protection at tlie said street crossing. That the said train was rnnning at a speed not compatible with public safety, the preponderance of evidence being to the effect that the said train was running at an exceed ingly high rate of speed. The jury also feel that the practice of passing a .station by a train while anotheris discharging passengers is highly cen surable. That tho jury severely condemns the habitual practice of the said railroad company in running their through train over the grade cross ings of the town of Newark at a speed jeopardizing the lives of the people using the public highways of the people using the public higways of the town. Franklin'sExcursi ou A regular meeting ol tlie Franklin float Club was held last evening In the parlors of tlie Franklin Hotel, Chester. It was decided to give an oxcursl on to the boat house on Black bird Creek. Del., on Saturday even ing, July 5tli. Tho party will leave Saturday evening and return Sun day evening. Tho number of par ticipants non-members of the club will be limited to fifty. The launches "Margaret S" an:l tbe "J. Lentz Garrett'' will be used to convey the excursionists to aud from the hoat bouse. TAyiorsextract of malt thoareaf spring tonlo, Isrtjmrtui by W. (J. Taylor, 609 King s'reer. PERSONAL MENTION PASCHALL—SHOUP. In Trinity Episcopal Church last evening Miss Katharine Shoup, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Aldrich Shoup, and Henry Morris Paschal!, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pas ohall of Holly Oak, were married by the Rev. H. Ashton Henry. About the interior of the edifice was arranged a profusion of palms and the altar was aitraetively adorn ed with roses and flowers. Prompt ly at 6.30 o'clock as the wedding march was being played by T. Les lie Carpenter, the bridal party en tered tile church and proceeded up the main aisle to the chancel where they were met by the rector who began the nuptial ceremony-. At the betrothal the bride was given away by her brother, Samuel R. Shoup. The recessional was the triumphal march by Mendelssohn. The bride was attended by Miss Juliette Tan Trump as maid of hon or and Henry Bettle, of Philadel phia, was best man. The brides maids were Misses, Helen Wilson, of Aldan, Pa., Hazel Johnson of Phil adelphia, Margaret Poole Pyle and Anna Nichols, and the ushers were Frank and John Paschall of Holly Oak, and Morris Palmer and Wil liam Hicks of Kennett Square. \ The bride was handsomely gown ed in crepe de chene over white silk trimmed with lace and ribbons. She wore a tulle veil and carried bride's roses. The maid of honor was at tired in white grenadine over white silk, trimmed with green ribbon and carried lillies of the valley-. The bridesmaids wore pink silk mousse line over pink silk, trimmed w ith lace and they carried bridesmaids' roses. A wedding supper was served at No. 1601 Delaware Avenue. They will live at Holly Oak. LOCI UE—B LOCKSON. Miss Margaret D. Blockson and Frank Logue were married last evening at the home of the bride, No. 203 West street. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. S. Dulany, at 8 o'cleck. The bride was attired in a gown of white organdie and carried a bo quet of bride roses. The bridesmaids Misses Irene Wilson and Holland Blockson, were also attired in gowns of white organdie, each carrying a bouquet of carnations. The groom was attended by Oscar Thomas and Robert Hayes. The principal feature of the even ing was the wedding march played with much talent, after which the words that made them man and wife were pronounced. shortly after the ceremony the bride and groom departed amid a great jollification for Atlantic City where they- will spend their honey moon. Many handsome and costly gifts were received by the newly married couple together with numerous con gratulations. They will make their future home in this city. The wed ding table looked resplendent aud waH beset with many delicacies. Ferns and plants handsomely deco rated the rooms. Over a hundred guests were present who witnessed the ceremony with delight. PARKER—ATWOOD. Last evening at the home of Dr. A. R. Atwood, Mount Holly, his sister, Miss Elizabeth Heritage At wood, aud Professor George Augus tus Parker, of Storm Lake, Iowa, were wecldod beneath a floral bell in the presence of 100 guests. TheRev. Joseph Garrison, of Key port, assisted by the Rev. A. N. Wright, of the Methodist church, performed the ceremony. The bridesmaids were Misses Sa rah Heritage of Glasshoro, Addie B. Evans of Norristown, Luanna Ver non of Philadelphia, Bessie Allen of Pennington, Lillian Brown of Mount Holly-, Mae Stewart of Baltimore, Florence Nightingale Hawkins of blip, N. Y. The best man was C. S. Heritage, of this city. Elizabeth LaRue carried the riug on a heart shaped white satin pillow The ushers were Professor Leon Ashcroft, Dr. Clifford Farr and Rev. T. E. Redding of Philadelphia, Sum merill Diver of Pennsgrove, How ard Dobbins of Mount Holly, W il liam Parry of Newark, Andrew C'u aey, Jr., of Wenoua, Suminerill Chow of Turnersville. Mr. and Mrs. Parker will reside at Storm Lake, Iowa, whore the groom is connected with the Buena Vista College. JOHNSON—SMITH. John Leonard .Tohuson and Miss Mabel Smith were married at St. John's rectory last night by the Rev. George C. Hall. MBTTINGBB—ABKLE Elwood R. Mettinger and Mrs. Sa die Abeje, both of Philadelphia, were married last evening at the home of tlie bride's brother, No. 117 South Van Boren stragt, Th? cere mony was performed by tlie Rev. J. J. Huston, of the First United Pres byterian Church. They will make their home in Philadelphia. CLEMENS—T W E F. D. John A. Clemens and Miss Anna E. Tweed, both of this city, were married last evening by Rev. O. G. Bnddington, pastor of Bethany Bap tist church, at No. 1400 Lancaster avenue. A number of the immedi ate relatives were present from this city and Philadelphia. A reception and supper followed the ceremony. VALENTINE—MWWUtOY. Charles A. Valentine and Miss Ab ide E. McElroy were married last evening at the manse of West Pres byterian church, No. 1013 Park Place, by the pastor, Rev. A. N. Keigwiu, D. D. PECULIAR MOVEMENTS. Last Sunday night a man and women .walked into the Merritt Hcuse and asked for a room. They gave the names of L. W. Sinclair and wife, of Baltimore, Md. They had neither baggage or money ao Sinclair put up his watch as security Next day he again offered a check in payment or tbe bill but it was refus ed. Then be went out and secured tbe money and redeemed his watch. The same day a package came from a clothing store to bo paid C. O. D., but tlie clonk refused to advance the money. On Tuesday another package came from a Market, street business house with the three letters on their wrap per but tlie clerk once more refused to pay cash for the stranger. Hugh Devlin met a talkative Stranger after banking hours and ex thauged *5 for a check. A well dressed man entered tlie Novelty Carriage Works at Second and French streets on Tuesday] bought a runabout, and offered a check signed by himself aid- wife, but the $50 runabout still remains as the manager refused lo tuke the check, A messenger boy brought a box and a coat to the P. W, & B. waiting room and was given a check to get cashed so be could get bis pay. He was unable tu do so and was given the slip. A well dressed man hired a team from John Knotts last evening for a drive on the park drive and to col lect some money, To one man lie said be would be in early and to another he would not be back before midnight. Tbe team was sent to No 830 Market .Street. When tbe team did not return at midnight the police were notified and Knott's manager drove to Ches ter. He learned that tbe team had been seen along the road between Wil mington and Chester. About 9 o'clock Ibis oiorning Chief Leary of Chester notified Chief Black that a man named McClair bad been arrested and Detective Francis will go to Chester tills afternoon for tbe man on the charge of driving off a team without the owner's consent. It Is said that the man who figured in all Ihe transactions correspond with tbe description of Sinclair. The latler is said to have been mixed up In considerable trouble recently in Chester when bo was under arrest. DR. KING S try NEW DISCOVERY FOR THAT COLO. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Cures Consumption.Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia,HayFever,Pleu risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. NO CURE. NO PAY. Prico 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES THEE. Jlt/iusemenfa PRETTY SHELLLOT PARK. HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. JAMES & DA VIS, the Yodler and the Coon. JOSEPH WART* IDA MAY. edy Act. Ti/NY BA KKR Blnolcfnce Monologue. THE GLOCKERS, World's Greatest Bat Manipulators. RICH & HART, Eccentric Comedians, Perfoi inanati afternoons und Brandywine Springs Park, AFTERNOONS and EVENINGS HOWSON mi* BAND Evenings at 8.J5. Thursday and Saturday Matinee at 2,JO. l'ra ulywine Stock Company TUE A TDD Pro hiuting Davy Crockett, ||lCAIllC Last Two Performances of THE KILTIES TO-DAY TO-DAY . aud 8.10 p. At 3 p. m At Park Auditor — Adults J3c; Children 10c. Friday Night Fireworks Display. , Comfortably Seated Cars leave Sixth to the springs every 10 il Market stre 4 direst BASEBALL Wilmington Bali Park Market St. South of Front. Schedule for This Week TC-DAY pniingion A ys. Chester. Trlday, June 27th, Wilmington A. A. vs. Roihoro. Saturday. Juno 2Sth . A A. ys. Steelton V. M C. A. B«*rry, Ihe boy pitcher, who wm with Har rlaburg, will lelu box for the Y. m. c. a 1TON SALK OR RENT-NEW 6 ROOMS X 1 aud bath bonus, n?ar 24th and Markvt streets, comp.e'e In ail details. l OH Sj* LK—Now corner grocery bun New S rooms and bath corner house with all conveuii,-met; west side uear Btooino Ml. Theao properties must be sold and aouablo offer will bo accepted CHARLIE C. KURTZ. VI1 Market street. suitable for location. ty ret* je21 24 26 23 r - ALARMED! i-gat-up kind, rltif rm every few aeo aiDeeil ALARM CLOCKS. I ouds for >■' uo hour FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN REPAIR INO WATCHES. CLOCKS JEWELRY—I, B, THOMAS. 15 D & A Pli 3D A. Harry E.Tbornis Co., 509Market St.' Christiana Methodists Next Sunday will bo a big with the Christiana Methodists, day services will be in tlie Methodist church at that place, the program will be: Clase meeting at 9 a. m, leader William Appleby, Sr.; Sunday school at 9.45 a. nr. preaching at 10.45 a. by the Rev. Robert Walt,; at 3 p. m. by the Rev. George William Koonsj and at 8 p. m. by the Rev. F. Bur.*, getie Short. T Al 2 p. in. there will be pentccostaf service led by Miss Louetta Sill I tee, and at 7 p. m. there will be a Young Peoples meeting. led by the Rev. James Scott of Norristown Pa. Proleesor William Yansanc, with bis choir of Ebenezcr Church number ing twenty voices, will be present throughout the day, and participate In all the services. The Rev. Georg# Russel ol Marshalton and Mr. Lan caster of New Castgc, prominent soloists, will be present at the morn ning and afternoon exercises and sing. sir. I Cases in City Court. Before Judge Cochran in the City Court, this morning, Richard D. Cole man and Dennis Christy, colored, were charged will) being interested in policy writing. The case went over until lo-murrow morning and the witnesses will appear at 8 o'clock Ellen Gilbert was charged with larceny and tlie case was dismissed for want of evidence, Moved Out In a Hurry. The Scotland Wooleu Company coroerof Eighth and Orange street) closed its doors on Tuesday night and moved their goods lout leaving numerous persons to mourn Iheii loss of pleasauter recollections. WANTED. W ANTED —A WHITE GIRL 1 oral housework. Sir*. I* '. tl Brinokle avenue. FOR URN. r. Jo (Tori je244St" It) lb J AN TED-A DAIRY OF 6) VV 80 QUAitTj daily; will pay freight charge* foe lk. Adtire first rloss ABC this office. jeJl-tti* \\J ANTED—A FIRST CLAfcH SIAN TO VV work on the farm; good wages anl steady job i to live In if brlstiaua, Hd. arrle.i. K. jel8tilt L. W ANTED —RUBBISH TIRE BUGGY UB runabout, state particulars. Address joStf G. . this office. w ANTE 5 YOUNG MEN FROM NEW prepare for 'ice, Apply Inst., Cedar Rapids, la. jel3-2mos* Cat ty Positions to luter-s the tf anteu-a good strong boy tj cuttiug. Apply ?0J Deia je-Vfcf VV le at LAVERS WANTHI KNOWLES GtfM ; imy $:i 52 pe r HJJ e Mills Co., •y, manager, u th sat tf VV Dowuiugtown, 1 S. KOCH F. 1, I j--5i W ANTKD-SEOONDllAND FURNITURE Wo buy carpets, stoves, entlrs hour* or part, also good cast, off clothing. Call os or Mcud postal card to Mahou lit as. 5Ui Kit; 1 Mi. D «i A; ltD A. 14-tf 1 . pit vv ANTED—HELP FUKNlhtltCD FUR Hi* t»Jn, restaurant* and prtraut laiui!i«« tire Anpiy atWiiuiiugtuu iusjlt Mioofli.e, 21 i tv; 4th sir j'lUFF TURNERS WANTED AT SHl«5 factory, 3th aud French street?*. jeJJ-lwk ul PINNKRS AND H liLPEliS WANTIfi D-OM Bridosburg inula Apply Mills Ca, Dowiiiugtown, Fa. R [,. l» jt)7-m w f tf UockstouN tiaf. Mur. FOR SALE. F°5 SALK-TWO LARGE. PARLOtt .hairs covered with silk; sold for w*ut -. Apply in even lug only at8:;i Junk-soa j02'5-tlt* of a t. IFOR SALK OR RENT—COTTAGE AT 1- Kehoboth, Del , the late reside Dr. Robert B. McKee, d< Frank Bigirs. 1U05 Market si of I. inquire of J. je20-6taod IFOR SALE- GOOD HOIDE. WAGON AND J? set of huruoss at Mol all's stable No. je&J-it* Ill W.-.I to t ■ L , OR SALE-LOT springers at Pe F FRESH COWS AND jeltf-tf Hotel. 1POR BALK—THAT NEW l 1 ble residence No. 8U Bro James li. Ilotfccke I) DESIltA ; for L*.r .ii d tf Building, Wil., Del. ji 1KST Ci ASS MeUORMlCK MOWINO X 1 machiue for sale. Apply John Healoy* JoUO-Ol* Mt. Cuba. FOK KENT. 'O't RENT—THAT LARGE TWO STOUT buililiiif No. 703 W. Mill street, suitable for almost any kind of business. Apply (• James F. Sutton, 1WJ VV.fith street. H jeti-oodtf D R. DkHAUDT'.S PENNYROYAL PILLS Tlie only geuui druggists or by m. street, P pt iinyroyal pills; afe N. Ninth 41.0J. Office J CAT A It'Ut r. Pa ^CONSUMPTION, A8THM 4, Dr. Montgomery, J Rheuiuutism, Neuralgt», qiftO-C N. Ut.ii Horojs. Pi The Lquitable GUARANTEE AND Trust Co., Ninth and Market Sts. Capital (,!$,') $500,000.00 i 306,000.00 Surplus and i'rofijj transacts a gbnsral trust bus: JTehSi PAYS INTEREST on DEPOSIT OF MONEYl RENTS SAFE UBPOdl FOXES; MANAGES REAL ESI ATB. DIltEOTORSj ^ , Otho N owl anl a. Minot Ourtla .. Ju.*! 1 * Banoroft \ j Frank!.u WJjf . Samuel K. * J Wilkins Uooou » Goo. G LobJoll Preston Led Tho Dr. J, A. Diaper William H. Swift J Smith Brennan William W Puiey William Howe kdwurd Bring hurst, Jr T. Coleman DaPoal Joseph L. Carpenter, Sr s Jackson OFFICERS: PRESTON LEA. President. OTHO NOWLAND. Vice P J. T. PKNNYPAOKKU.Seo aud Trust OtMia# RICH A RD Ri-.BSE. Antstant Trsaiurer, F. R, MoltRlttuN, Asststaut Secretary. 51. D CKUbSAN, Real Estate Uffloer. and Treat.