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ESTABLISHED 163a.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, MONDAY, JULY 7, 15)02.
ONE CENT*
ONE CENT.
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I SEASHORE RESORTS. | SEASHORE RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY, N i.
AT LANTIC CITY N. J.
HOTEL DENNIS
Unlarged 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.
11
Write For New Booklet.
WALTER Je BUZBY.
V
GOLEIS/E-A-lSr HOUSE
South Carolina Avenue and Boardwalk.
t ait
;!h Lig.it, air/
5 of city
•j liko hotel at toavju ib'm price),
. .Exuallont bo l l Hit mil .
;3 $1 591tor day urnJ uj>. $8,9J per week
F«r tho^f* wli'
|Hr*tiut at
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U. L CULLMAN, JIB, PROP.
TP3IH3 STAHLEY
Ocean End Boutli Carolina Avenue.
Weekly rates $8 upward until July 1st.
MILLER & DUNLOP.
Excellent table.
HOTEL STERLING,
Ocean End of Kentucky Avenue,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. I.
LOCAT ED CONVENIENT TO I'lERS AND CASINO.
E'UiilnjcteO cf Blou'j uml Bid
ST LIAM HEAT ELECTRIC LKiHT ELEVATOR.
*1
Mirny l'nvuto Batin,
* Mi nj;Iu
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INI) ELEUANT SERVICE AT MODERATE PRICES
LUXURIOUS APPOINTMENTS
WM. I. FINCH, Owner and Prop.
id Special Spriug Hate*.
Write for Booklet
fr
O Those Desiring An Unassuming, homo like house, abso
lutely clean, good table, quick service, yyc call attention to
flOTEL MIJY.J'BS'X'XC.
ila A'
ird bous'd from Beau
Vi
boat; baths; specially
B. C. OSliOUNE.
Capacity 250; largo f
spring
r*
*11 weekly; bookie
$3 59 dully ; *9
CHESTER INN
Ncyy York Avenue,
near (lie Leach.
D. KNiATJJiR
THE SUNNYSIDE
9 Bouth Illinois Avenue, t!:
^Homelike; first class table; terms i
>;lcr
L. GIJISWITR. Prop,
Hotel, Harris
Formerly of lemperauc
re, I'a.
THE MARION
IPO Sout h Carolina A veuve, South.
F Vnr tho Beach, Terms mode
Table.
* First
BERKSHIRE INN
fr fa*
f'fireclal rules—April, May and Juno— $3.0)
and 13.59 pt r day; U $19 and «I3 ; j 9 per
Ikipacity 1W). Unobstructed Oce
JaHrgc. pleasant rooms, single uml eu suit
Klevutor, hi earn heat, batlm, and every c
Vert. Booklet.
c
V
J. O. & J, F, DICKINSON.
j $3.59.
I
;BpiCiul Saturday until I
• ^
HOTEL ARNO
i l the BoardwoRc.
Connect it
it Avi
capacity Forty ocean
. Dining r
rooms. $1.99 tier day and up. L
g uistuucc
^telephone 498. L
' HOTELSOTHERN
j V-Situated ou Virginia avonuo. the widest in
Atlantic City, Within ;00 It. or the faun
frUci Pier and Boardwalk. Directly i.
of the ijost bathing grounds. All
conveniences. Cuisine excellent.
«iodcruLe. Capacity 3JJ. Write forboekist.
5
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N. It. BOTH WELL.
HOTEL ESMOND
rl the Bcuch.
New York A
Attractive price for clean rooms. Quick
eorvtco. Bountiful table. Every moder
veuioticc, elevator, sea water b
$9 to $15 per week We make special terms
families uud parlies.
\ Kates
J. PAUL KILPATRICK.
VERMONT HOUSE
<
Verm out Ave
Tho most pluasaut locatlMi tu Atlantic City,
Ideal iumily house' 1'ojmlar rates.
J* HN II. RISDON'
HOTEL DENNIS
' Enlarged and beautifully improved. New
Blivets tiled Laths with hoi and col 1 Hi
fresh water. Liberally appointed 1
fro Mire. Kxclvsive i-uwn betw
ancl boardwalk • Write for uuw booklet
d
y
tho hotel
f\
WALTER J. BUZBY
STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL.
Kentucky Avonuo near tho Boach,
' Arpointmonls flrat class; long dist
$»d«p joao 451 F; oapneily 300; rates $1,5<9 to
42*50 per day. $9.90 to $15.
Owno
BINDER & CO.,
and Managers.
, EDEN HALL
y id South Pennsylvania uvuiiuo.
e door above Pacific,
>p«n July 1
per week; write™,..
myiurn coiivunlcnoes
Mltb. M. HENRY, Propriet res.-),
• --j L to ot l,n P
• il Wr T.'iaghlin, Slauager.
block from beach
O ctober 1.11-0i Terms $8 to
ly for choice of r
luu.
fjotdttleliingto®
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
ideallocatio
Portable, eele
(1 *
. near the beach;
Cheerful, com
homelike.
Table
Kates $3 p
Write* for
lay
s and
booklet. IHEO. L. HAWKINS.
LA FONTAINE
cml Kentucky uvo
forts,
cullimb table,
lodorate
1L B. PARKER, Owner and Proprietor.
HOTEL CHETWOODE
Pacific
<1 ludianu Aves,
^ Cpen throughout tho
beach. Special r
Atlantic City, N. J*
year, st.:
ssetl;
e miuute walk from'
MRS. P. A. DEMPSEY.
HOTEL OSBORNE
Come
Arkansas
i.l Pacific Avej,
Seventeenth season; homelike; fin
elevator; rates $3 to $11 weekly.
table;
R. J- OSBORNE.
AVON INN
Nviir Leooli, Virgiula avvnui
llu pot P wi^' 0 * UVitl011 ' sltli
R
beat.
up.
JAMES I* SMITH.
THE ELBERO.N
Corner Tennessee aud Pacific Avenues.
Cent ml location. Puccini n
15th $7 to $19 pur week,
c until July
KOBT. R LUDY, M. D.
THE BROOKEHURST
Virgiula Aveuue and Boach
Capacity 390; cuisiue
first class; spring
rates $8 to $13; Saturday uutil Monday $.i.
management. Booklet..
N
BUUIIELI. ft BltbWN.
HEADQUARTERS
For Wllmlugtouiaus.
end Tennesson nv
moderate
E. B. VOOHHEIiS.
Hotel Borton, Oc
Rebuilt aud iiuproved. Tor
HOTEL LA MA5C0T
2110 to 3123 Pacific
Accommodati
dividual
to $19 pc
depot Capacity 299.
MRe. L. E, REP1HKKR BROWNE,
Propriet r
venue, facing ocean.
complete; hot baths, in
/ice. 81.35 and $1.59
eulc. Ono block fr
First class table.
per day; $7
Rending
AUBURN HOUSE
111 South Georgia Aveuue,
week.
MRS. R • B, LEEDS. Proprs.
Boarding by the day
THE EVELYN
1308 Pacific Avenue.
It b beautifully located uud very central,
being only one square from the beach, and
ono square from tfce Pennsylvania depot: to*
ble first class; tui as moderate.
MRS. A. J. AIKEN.
SAVES A WOMAN'S LIFE.
uuld huvo meant
To hftvo gl
death for Mrs Loir Crugg. cf Dorchester
AIn*e. For years she hail i.utlmcd untoid
misery Irom u severe lung trouble nud
obstinato cough.
"I could scarcely bveuthe and
could uot speak. All doctor)
dies failed till I used Dr. King's Now
Discovery for Consumption and
plelclv cured.'* Sufferers from Coughs,
Uold-'." Throat- and Lung Trouble need this
rund remedy, lor it never disappoints
Cuiots cuaranteed by N- B. Danforih
Price 50 cents aud $1. Trial bot los froe,
up
sbe
'Of
•lies,
eti
d reme
B
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Empire
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V ••
ii 4R04DWAY
w AND 6jd St.
N. Y. Cl TV
rlODERN
EXCLUSIVE
ACCESSIBLE
FIREPROOF.
MODERATE RATES,
EXTENSIVE LIB1IAH7
Every Even!
•clioitral Gone3
ALL CARS PASS THE EMPIRE
• descriptive liuo'* lot.
Send
Vi . JOHNSON QUINN, Pi-upriotn
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SEASHORE RESORTS,
ATLANTIC Cl IY, N. J,
LINCOLN INN
A vo
9 Mouut vor
irc«, airy rooms, elegantly fui'iilshfil, first
s ta.b!i\ electric light, touUaily located,
as reasonable, baths, hot ami col l wntsr.
M. A. TOMLINSON.
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HOTF.L CARLSBAD
Connecticut and Atlantic Avenue
ch. frith* >to
KIy
$7 to-$53
icity DO; im
clay. Buffet.
JOHN C. WALKER.
pi
»l.J5 H
per
OCEAN GROVE N. J
THE ELLWOOD HOUSE
Way.
ivy and M t. Hen
MIMS It. WOOD, Prop.
p. a ilx im
OCEAN CIIY, N. J.
HOTEL BISCAYEN
b'3iv h
Entirely new, (iiroctly
i bath;
booklet.
i'll
tho boHt;
\V. II. UUOMMCAP, Prop.
CAPE MAY P. INI, IN J,
CARLTON HOTEL
40).
Lirectiy <>n tho boach, nco
boHti
t lit hit
■; ball
. gu
S'
t
to $i; i
KELLY & WEAVE!
booklet.
SURF HOUSE
to bat hint*
ufinrost hou
icYv fr
Ocru-i fcraat,
ground; oco.i
$8 wen lily. t
a°mnon Wuuj IIT.
CAPE MAY, N J
OCEAN. VILLA
51 Jackson street,
tho Boardwalk
m n
4 Willi board very
i wiudow face:
Under the manage
s. J. JA KOB1N.
reasonable.
f
Every
hi
st h'
boclruo
THE BREXTON
prices.
II odor.'
K J. CKMWKL-.
Thoroughly renevated.
Open all year.
THECHALFONTE
Finn oman vitw ; clo.o tobeaoti: Ituo porclioo
B. \V. GOLT.
ELBERON
Two
Opposite Congress Ilall.
J. E. WILSON, Prop.
Improvod
THE RUDOLPH
l Beach Avi.
Perry street
jiiovatod. Under uu
Hit
o 1
i\|RS. R. C. HUGHES
THE ALDINE
Beao'
Jur St., First house fr
»U the year. 'I he popu'nr Wilmi
. For rules apply to
igton
Decal
Op
l;c
TH ED. MUELLER, Prop.
VICTORIA
Ead or Congress Sfcroot
Un-turpassed. FI no 1,
Largo airy rooms. Moder
Oc
. Mod*
l.ocati
ly equipped
rates. Open ull the year.
J.8. WALES.
STAR VILLA
_and Beach Avenua
liuudrcd feet of baach. Tenth
M. L. RICH A UDSCN.
Ocean Streot
Within
season.
CARROLL VILLA
ar Beach Bouli
1 .
Jackson streot
Centrally located, Cool VorauJahs. Terra*
application.
MRS. T. R. BROOKS.
MILLER COTTAGE.
No. 4 Perry streot.
Near Bmch aud Penn, R. R, Station. Thor
oughly renovated. Table supplieddirect from
—.farm. Hume Comforts. Write for
ten
E' E. MILLER, PROP.
THE WINDSOR
Directly
•vary room. Rooms
Write for booklet.
the beach. Ocdtyu view from
suite, with baths.
G B. REEVES, Prop,
CONGRESS HALL
Opens Juno 21. Only brick hotel. Located
bluff edge of ocean
obstructed view; orchestra. Until opening
upply 1991 Cheatuut streot. Phlla., Pa.
K. HALPIN.
five
STOCKTON HOTEL
Opens July 1st, Largest and most spacioui
orthe const. l.v »ry modern oom'ort aud fa
cility. prof. Morgan's Orchestra 10 pieces
ttuplus, billards. shuffleboards, lawn tennis,
gclf. MagnlfloHut boach front, driveway and
nrsinenude 0 miles long. Rooms with urirote
Laths when deaired. l.'ates $15 to $J0 per
week. Special rod notion for July. Write
for booklet- H. M. CAKE. Also Hotel Nor
mandie, Washington, D. C. For terms apply
lo Thus. Farley, chief clerk, 1931 CUsstuut
afreet, Phlla.
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Tierney, Wilmington,
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Walker, Wilmington
News. Wilmington A. A.
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Shumar, Wash. Senate
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Death of Mr s. Jones.
The Lagraugo, Inch, Standard,
8 % ie struggle for li(e wa9 never
more heroic than that of Mrs. R. O.
Jones, who was the living embodi
ment of all Christian virtues that
command universal respect. Her
decline waB gradual tor six months,
hut not until the last three did her
condition cause aujriety. Specialists
were consulted, and all that skilled
help could devise, was done to stay
the ravages of disease, hut the rem
edies brought no special improve
ment. On Tuesday, Juno 24, her
husband brought her front Lebanon,
Ohio, where she liad been for treat
ment, to her parsonage home in this
city, where, on Saturday night,
Juno 28, the white soul of Margaret
Hill Jones broke its earthly fetters.
On Monday idler noon, June 30,
all that was mortal ot the majestic
lite was homo from her home to tho
church she loved so well, and from
there taken by her bereaved husband
to the city q[ her childhood in tlio
East, amid the tears and regrets of a
sorrowing timing.
Mrs. Margaret Hill Jones, oldest
daughter of tho late Rev. Charles
Ilill, of the Wilmington (Delaware)
conference, and wife of the Rev.
Richard C. Jones, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church, La
Grange, North Indiana conference,
was born at Snow 1IIII, Maryland,
June 1, 1852, and died at the parson
age In LaOrange, .Saturday night,
3u uc 28, at nine o'clock.
Mrs.Jonesfearly united with the
Methodist Episcopal church being
but ten yearsofage when received.
She was educated in the YVeslev
an Female college of YY'iiinington
Delaware aud for a while taught
school in Wilmington and latter ia
Millsboro Delaware.
She was recording secretary for
Ihe YY'oman's Home Missionary
society ot the YVilmington confer
ence, and last October she was
elected president of the YVoman's
Foreign Missionary society ot the
Goshen district, North Indiana
conference.
Mrs. Jones was united in mar
riage with Rev. Richard C. Jones,
June 16, 1091. Mr. Jones was sub
sequently transferred to the North
Indiana conference, and with bint
Mrs. Jones has shared the burdens
of the itinerant life tor several
years in this conference. Her life
was one of almost continuous sun
shine and hone, and her presence
was always a souroa of brightness
and joy. She was a real helpmate
congenial, sunny, sensible, intense
ly earnest, insistent, but gentle as
a sigh of summer.
Without sufficient funds to pay
the expenses of a trip from YVash
ington, D. C., to Cheyenne City,
YY'yo., to reach the bedside of his
dying mother, Robert E. Whilden,
24 years old, and a member of tho
Third Battalion, United States En-.
giueer Corps, stationed at YV ashing- [
ton was arrested at Union station,
Baltimore, yesterday morning by
Special Officer Jesse Talbott, of the
Pennsylvania railroad, charged
witli riding on the cars unauthor
|
When given a hearing by Justice
Fechtig, YVHiilden told an affecting
story of love for his mother aud
his endeavor to reach her before
sho died. i
He said that as soon as he heard
of her illness he applied for a fur-'
lough from his corps, but could not
get extended beyond 10 days. He
thought with good luck he might he
able to make the trip. Ho liad suffi
cient money to tip a brakemau oc
nationally and to get him food while
en route, hut all of his plans wero ;
upset by his arrest hero. With Whil
den was a young man named Charles
Clifford, bound for this city from
Washington. Both were committed 1
in default of $10 and costs. !
The young soldier woro.-iv full uni
form of khaki and shows his 10 day
furlough. Lieutenant Fullem prom
ised that he would notify the re
cruiting station here that the officer
iu charge might communicate with
the command at Washington and
thus reduce the chances of his being
placed on the deserters' list, should
lie fail to report in YVashington at
the expiration of his furlough. He
wept copiously when lie was com
mitted and saw the last chance of
his reaching hisdying mother van- '
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Mrs. Dan-'
SoIJiers Sail Story
ized.
ish.
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Poisoned Beans Kill Woman
Milford, Del., .Tiflv G.
iel Rodgers, rd elderly lady of Mil
ford, died at her home late last
night of poisoning, resulting from
eating beans which had been taint -1
ed by a corrosion from the tin can.
FIRM
FOUNDATION
I
Nothing Can Undermine
it in Wilmington.
People are sometimes slow to rec
ognize true merit and they cannot
he blamed for so many in the past
have been humbugged. The exper
ience of hundreds of Wilmington
residents expressed publicly through
newspapers and other sources places
Doan's Kidney Piils on a firm foun
dation.
Mrs. Philip Riley, No. 103 North
Orange street, says; —"I was inter
viewed sometime in the summer of
1807 by a gentleman who asked me
for my experience with and opin
ions of Doan's Kidney Pills. Pre
vious to obtaining them at Dan
forth's pharmacy 1 suffered dread
fully from pains across my back,
dreaded evou to stoop so that the
results obtained from using Doan's
Kidney Pills I know how to appre
ciate. One and a half boxes cured
me. I am not the only one in our
family who has used Doan's Kidney
Pills aud received marked benefit.
Both my husband and my mother
have taken the preparation and we
can all join in emphatically endors
ing it' I told tLe interviewer at the
time what I have just stated and I
can conscientiously say my opinion
abont Doan's Kidnoy Pills is unal
tered. They are up to representa
tions."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name—Doan's—
and take no other.
I
A GREAT
I
Hagerstown, Md , July 0.—A
severe thunderstorm passed over
YY'ashiugtou county this afternoon.
About an inch of rain fell. The tviud
blew a gale. Numerous trees were
uprooted, thousands of wheat shocks
were scattered over the fields and alt
the streams were swollen. St. John's
Lutheran Church, In Hagerstown,
was struck by lightning and the
pastor,Rev. Dr. Owen was stun tied,
lie was standing in the center aisle
of the church when the bolt hit the
steeple. lHo was knocked oil his feet
but did not lose consciousness. He
was only 10 yards from where the
lightning tore through the celling of
the vestibule tinder the tower and
ran down a gas pipe. Several bricks
were knocked off the chimney on the
other end of the church. Mrs. Owen,
reclining on a sofa at the parsonage
adjoining the church, was also stun
ned. Miss Ada heichard, living op
posite the church, was alo stunned,
as were several others. Lightning
alsoftruck Van Brook's brick house
on Norr.lt Jonathan street, tore olf
tho chimney and part of the roof and
knocked several pictures from the
wall. The members of the family
were all stunned.
Alfred YV. Stouffer's barn, 00 by
30 feet, near Funkslown was struck
and burned to the ground, together
with his wheat |crop, a lot of
hay, straw, farming implements and
chickens, Mr. Stouffer was in the
house, 30 yards away, when the
bolt fell and did not discover the tire
until the ham was a mass of llarnes
and too hot to approach. The build
ing only was insured.
Two iron stacks, one 90 feet tall
and the oilier 70 feet, on top the
Artie Ice Factory, in Hagerstown.
blew down, one across William Bes
Tor's greenhouse, the other across
the Baltimore aud Ohio tracks.
Lightning struck in William
YVatts' wheat field, tenanted by
Harvey Finfroek, near Funkstown,
an d burned six wheat shocks. Many
telegraph, telephone and electric
light wires and a number of haud
some trees on Keeinar Collego cam*
pus were blown down. The brick
building erecting by the Hagerstown
.storage Company was unroofed,
Samuel H. Long's residence on
prospect, street was struck. The
stack on the Mains Furniture Works
was blown down, lightning struck
a car on the Williamsport division
and threw the passengers into a
panic. A lady's dress and John
Kansler's umbrella were burned,
Lightning struck a big tree in front
of Miss Julia Hamilton's residence
on Franklin street, and split it.
The damage north of Hagerstown
could not he learned telephonic
communication being destroyed.
PROVIDENCE, it. L, July 7.-The
union of the motormen and conductors
held it meeting yesterday afternoon,
and President Arno formally ruled the
street car strike on the United Trnc
tlon company ot an end. Many of the
men who were out expect to go to
work this week, aud hostilities wilt bo
at an end in this city, although the em
plo.vees of tlio Pawtucket Street Car
company will continue tho strike. Mr.
Vetter said that Iu the discussion of
the strike two things appeared proml
nontly. One was that there were too
many weak kneed men iu the orgnniza
tlon, and the other was that the coastl
tut Ion of tho International body pro
vldes for $5 a week strike benefits.
which had not been paid. lie declared
fthode Islnud Strike Ended.
Hint these were the two main causes of
the failure of the strike begun on
June 3.
Advertise ia the Eepublicaa.
POLICEMEN
ASSIGNED.
When ths men were drawn up in
line last evening the police were
assigned as follows:
Captain Kane's turn—House ser
geant, ,T. Ii, Tucker; patrol sergeant
A. JI. Rice; western district ser
geant, D. M. Kolleher; eastern dis
trict sergeant, T. F. Bayley; north
ern district sergeant, YV. J. Massey;
operator, ,T. T. Gaynor; turnkey,
William Floyd; driver, J. W. Mc
Daniel; tirst district, J. F. Ward,
J. T. Scott; second, Eakiu, Burchi
nal; third, S, D. Scott; Abrams;
fourth, Brown, Kelley; fifth; Elliott,
Hutton; sixth, Wiutrup, Sherry;
seventh, Maloney, Gitling; eighth,
Dutton, Sheehy; ninth, Paulman,
Barr; tenth, YV. M. Ward, England;
eleventh, Payne, Wallace; twelfth,
Purcell, Massey; thirteenth, Me
Garvey, Hawke; fourteenth, Mc
Bride, Flynn; fifteenth, Bowman,
Edwards.
Captain Evan's turn—House ser
geant, Samuel Durney; patrol ser
geant, J. W. Howgate; western
district sergeant, Hiram White;
eastern district sergeant, G. W.
Lyons; northern district sergeant,
E. F. McDermott; operator, A. J.
Harkins; turnkey, James Neeley;
patrol driver, Howard Palmer; first
district, Patrolmen Conner and Fox
second, Shields and Davidson; third,
Taylor and Di Mare; fourth, Han
cock and McGillin, fifth, Peterson
aud Cornish, sixth, Moore and
Murphy, seventh, McLaughlin and
Hahn; eighth, Solomon and Burns;
ninth, Donohoe and Collins; tenth,
Todd and Hefron; eleventh, Long
and Green; twelfth, Aruiel and
Kane; thirteenth, Ford and Jakub
owski; fourteenth, Ralston aud Max
well; fifteenth, YVardeland McAteer.
Horseman, Robert Season.
Bicycle man, Harry A. Pierce.
Operator Wallace who goes on a
district for many years [has been
efficient, obliging aud courteous.
House sergeant Howgate will be
missed for his gentlemanly manner
shown at all times. His successor
will he as popular.
The men, have been on tho anxious
bench and the more important
changes are those affecting the
central station where Sergeant Tuck
er be :omes house sergeant t>suc
ceed Strgeant Howgate transferred
to tho patrol wagon. Serge mt Mc
Dermott is taken from tiie wagon
and assigned to a district. John
Purcell {the popular p trol wagon
driver, is also placed on a district,
and is succeeded on the wagon by
Patrolman McDaniel. Operator
YVallace leaves central station to go
on the street and Patrolman J. T.
Gaynor, is put in charge of tho re
porting apparatus on Captain Kan e's
turn. No changes were made in
tho turnkeys, and House Sergeant
Durney aud Operator Harkins re
main in their old positions.
Iu making up tho changes. It was
necessary to .exchange men between
Captain Evans's and Captain Kane s
squads. Tlio men formerly under
Captain ICanc, who under the new
order will become part ot Captain
Evan's command, are Sergeants
YVbite and Howgate, and Patrolmen
DIMare, Hancock, Cornish, Moore,
Burns, Green and Maxwell. Thu men
formerly with Captain Evans, who
now will be under Captain Kane are
Sergeants Tucker and Bayley, and
Patrolmen J. T. Scott, Abrams,
Brown, Gllling, Dutton, Purcell and
Ilawke.
Reassignments also were made
among the street sergeants in the
sliake-up, which Is the greatest
made In many years in the depart
ment. Sergeant Massey goes from
the eastern to trie northern district•
Sergeant Bayley from the northern
to the eastern district; Sergeant
White from the northern to the
western district; Sergeant Lyons
from the western to tho eastern dis
trict; Sergeant Tucker from the
eastern to the central district; and
Sergeant McDermott from the patrol
wagon to tho northern district.
Don't Want It R m vcj.
Geneva Y'. YY T o]coU writing in the
Sunday Star about the removal of the
King street market does not know
what she is writing about. Tlio lo
cating of the market on King street
lias not retarded the progress of that
street or tlio city. The market has
brought hundreds of people on that
street that otherwise wouid not pos
sibly have occasion to visitlvingstreet
once a month. The market was loca
ted on Market strecet for years but
that was when business was slow on
the principal street in our city. The
putting down ot two car | tracks was
the reason of its removal to King
street.
The people of YVilmlhgton do not
consider tlio streot market relics of
barbarism, but places where our citi
zens can purchase their country pro
duce fiom first hands and at reason
able prices. Delawareans may have
some antiquated ways but they have
nothing that they are ashamed of to
show strangers even to the whipping
post. 1 f those who settle within our
gates do not liko what they find In
our city aud state they have Ihepriv
ilego of moving away again. As to
their criticisms they are liko the Hies
not worth minding.
This Is Locust Year, Keep Them Out.
Buy screen doors, wiudow act ecus, and
-cr;-r. wire at Lynch's. Poors complete for
himuing with screws aud h In-ms from 93c, to
1.35. 'flireo "yles to select from. Window
screen from 3Ue.to 4(Jc. each; greou or black
wire. Jc. to8c. running foot; mtusuro width
of doors or windows with a string or measur*
ins tape, and brlug it with you. layuoh's
Largest Lead lug :-tore N. W. roruer Madison
and Fourth streets. Telephones, D. 4k A. Mia
Dclmarvia 700 _
DR. KING'S
™ NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Cures Consumption,Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia, Hay Fever, Pleu
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
NO CURE. NO PAY.
Pried 60c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES mti.
WILMINGTON
A. A. WON.
Winham's clever pitching was too
much for Norristown at South Side
Park on Saturday afternoon and the
visitors lost by tlio score of 4 to 2.
Winham allowed but two hits and
wonhl have scored a shut-out but for
errors by Barton and Everson,
feature of the game was aoue hand
stoji by Kuhn and a throw from tho
centre to the home plate by Hoff
man. Burns also pitched a good
ball hut was touched up when hits
were needed.
The
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DIAMOND DUST.
Pottsville will he at South Side
Park to-day.
Philadelphia Giauts play at Front
and Union.
Voight and Foreman are to leave
the Wilmington A. A. Voight will
go to Dover, where ho has been
made a good offor, while Foreman
will go to Newark, N. J., where ha
has been offered a large salary.
Manager Frysinger of the Wil
mington A. A., expects to sign .Sharp
the crack short stop of Norristown.
Sharp can play iu any position
and would probably he used iu the
field.
Campbell the crack fielder of the
Chester team is expected to join the
YVilmington team.
WILMINGTON 5 WILKESli.UtltE 2.
Wilmington defeated tho YVilkes
barro team tit Front and Union on
Saturday by the score of 5 to 2.
"Billy" Day who was in the box
for YVilmington was iu great form
and nllowe 1 hut three hits.
Score by innings:
Wilmington
YVilkesbarre
YVilmington
Norntown
10002002 x—5
100 10000 0—2
The YVilmington A. A. Jr., de
feated the Mascots by tho score of 9
to 0 . It looked funny to see the little
hoys up against such big men. The
Jrs. would liko to receive challenges
from any team in tho city. Send
challenges to Manager YValter Jones
317 South Claymout street.
Struck by Lightning
Lightning struck tho barn on the
Abner Mitchell farm near Union
tenanted by Charles Backer yester
day afternoon aud its contents wore
destroyed. At the time the bitru
was struck Mrs. Decker and daugh
ters were In the barn milking the
cows aud they were slightly stunned.
As sood as tho barn was discovered
on lire the stock was liberated. The
loss is about $3000 partly covered by
insurance. The contents ot tho barn
consisted of some of the farming
utensils, wagons and crops.
E5S
Martins Cooling Lotion sprains on
lior.-es unctiualod for
k Pr
roet.
galls and brusft-s
bathing horses that do fast
pared by W. C. Taylor 392 King
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The IZquitable
GUARANTEE AND
Trust Co.,
Ninth and JIarkct Sts.
Capital (i'ui.1) $500,000.03
300,000.00
Surplus
and Profits
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DIRECTORS:
sir
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John Ban
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Dr. J, A. Draper
William H. Swift
J. Smith Bruimau
William W. Puscy
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J. Wi
Goo. G. Lubdelt
Edward Briughurst, Jr T. Coleman DuPont
OFFICERS:
PRESTON LEA. President.
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J. T. PENNYPACKER.Se
RICHARD R'.'.SSK.
F. R. MORRISON, .
M. D CROSS AN. R
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Estate Officer.
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BAA Phone S3) A.
Harry E. Thomas & Co., 509Market St.
Leslie Camp Meeting
Will open to the public on July
23d, with brighter prospects than
ever before. The manager lias been
looking around for the past few
weeks and selecting his force of co
laborora to make a strong fight for
the cause of right trying to over
throw tlio wrong. He wants to in
vite nil people who are willing to
work for tho overthrow of Satan's
kingdom, to come to Leslie camp
meeting. Arrangements have been
made with Samuel Gray', who will
have charge of the boarding stand
to accommodate parties with board
by the day or week at a small cost.
Tents can he procured by writing to
John Q. Moore, of North East, Md.,
for $i).00 each, with floors and fiy
complete. Leslie camp is 25 miles
south of Wilmington, on the line
of the B. tic O. j{. R. Excursion
tickets are good from July 23d to
August Oth. Beautiful grove, high
anil dry, fine view of the North
East river and Chesapeake Bay.
Call on Rev. Y\ T . T. Hammond, No.
I 122ll Market street, for any informa
I* 011 y°n need.
sim use men fa
Brandywine
Springs Park,
AFTERNOONS end nVE.NfNQS
HDWSON mb BAND
Take a Trip in tho Captive Ballot
lghbors
: 500 feet.
And v
an elevntioa
All this \y
at tin
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SAM 211 LIE and t
Stock Com*
puny Presenting
A Flaming Million.
Evenings at 9.09. Thursday and Saturday
Mat
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ml Mark
streots direct
to the Si
ry Id
PRETTY EH ELLIOT PARK.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE.
tody Aluaicul Act
Franklin & Frauklir., Ft
C-rlia DoAco,
& Bei l
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La Yorka, World's fireute3t Cycle Trick rider
3 DuAcod 3—Murvelo
Acrobatic Shooting
Ac!.
Fredo & Forrost, Musical Tramp and Llastio
Soubrul to.
Terfo.
t! aflornot
ia and evenings,
BASEBALL
Wilmington Ball Park
Market St. South of Front.
Schedule for This Weak
MONDAY, JULY 7
WilfTiington L A y; Pottsville
WEDNESDAY, JULY 0
Wilmington A. A. vs Atlantic Citj
SATURDAY, JULY 13
Wilmingion A. A, vs Atlantic City
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