About Visitors and
LODGE SO .'PER.
' . The N aoml Rebecca Lodge I. O. O.
P , Thursday evening gave a supper
'? to the widows and orphans of deceas
L / ed OddPellows.
f'- . Over one hundred and fifty persons
. sat down and enjoyed the bountiful
' repast. Muchucredit is due the com
% mlttee in oharge lur their efforts in
fc | getting up the supper. A great many
; hearts were made glad by the set out
About two hundred wore present at
the reception given by tlio Alumni
Association of Goldey College to the
students last night.
The Instrumental mU9lc by Misses
Beaston and Coyle, and Mr. Winter,
was well given aud heartily applaud
ed. The vocal solas by Miss Berry
and Miss Anna Simmons delighted
the students, and*made up one of the
most enjoyable parts of the program
Miss Emerson, Miss Dougherty, A.
G. Weber and J. T. Wlckersbam, en
tertained with recitations.
The most humorous part of the
programme was the dialogue from,
"'Way Dowh East,'' In which Misses
White, Coursen aud Dale, and Messrs.
Wise and l'arsons, took part.
' W. E. Douglas, president of tile
association, was in the chair and ac
quitted himself in a creditable man
Mr. Graham in a neat speech,
thanked lire association, on behalf of
Tiie College yells, led by Howard
Wilson, were given with a vim.
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Simmons,
in Nantlcoke hundred, this county
on Wednesday evening last, the 18tln
Inst, at 8 o'clock, Rev. J. II. Wilson,
pastor of Georgetown Circuit, united
in marriage Mr. Leroy B Tyndall,
Levy Courtman from Nantlcoke hun
dred, aod Mi&s Lillie Holland Sim
Among those present was Miss Ol
lle Tubbs of this city.
Mr. HerBberg, a prominent husi
ness man of this city visited Philadel
Chief Engineer Joseph A. Bond of
the Water Department, haa gone to
Kennett Square fura few days.
Gardiner A. Kimball, secretary of
tiie Delaware Trust Company
leave to-day for Florida, to he gone
about two weeks.
Edward Hill, usher at tiie French
street station, returned to ilia post of
duty yesterday, after an absence of
two months. He was confined to his
home with a severe attack of rheu
Mr. S. G. Woolridge, the
Known baritone soloist, comedian and
monologuist will leave tiie city to-day
for Richmond, Va., where he will he
' matTted to Miss Lillian U. Keese, a
charming young lady ot that city on
January 2nd, 1902.
Don't forget the good lunch at
Frank Buck's to night, Second and
i I\ Mason iu
MASON—At his late res
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from hlslatn residi
a Thursday Due. tfti
$ $.r lied t.hi.* '
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Mrs. .Mary B.
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J. Blako, ak't:d
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Undertaker and Bmbalintr.
Office end Kosldonv*.
223 West Seventh st.
Telephone call (Vi
Fionint attention given to nWhfe cilU
Inderlaker and Umbalmer.
Office and Resldono*
722 King; street.
Undertaker and Bmbal u jr
Office anil Kohidenu*.
214 West Ninth street.
rrotnol atteaMon gtv.<
JOHN H. MARTIN.
Ludurtaker and llmhal ner.
607 Shipley street.
"We arc not here representing a
private client, or having a personal
interest in any man who went into
that witness stand.
"If you be'leve the testimony of
Lawrence M. Whiteman, the witness
In chief, you are impelled by reason
to the inevitable ' conclusion that
John Lynn got the *5« and put it in
his own. Bucket and from that to in
ler that he used the false pretences
"You saw the character of the wit
nesses we brought here to sustain
Lawrencc M. Whiteman, and we had
oot talked to one of those witnesses
about this case until hewenton ihe
witness stand. They said they had
not heard his reputation for truth
and veracity questioned.
As to Lynn s testimony, I have
only to say this, and I feel I should
say it, John Lynn is the defendant
in this case fighting for his liberty,
and there are thrown about him the
same reasons, the same influences
tbat would Impel a man to tesllfy In
a manner to bring about his own ac
quittal. To such a man, in so great
a position, In case of conviction, so
much greater ia his fall. There
would be no doubt in my mind, in
such a conflict of testimony, where 1
would place the credibility.
Ill such a caao as this it Is neces
sary to have corroborative testimony
fjo'they brought here Caleb John
son and Frederick Vansant,
who testified they saw the $55 paid
to Whiteman. John Lynn testified
relteratlvely that lie paid llio money
some time between the tenth and
twelfth of October John Lynn at
that time was a member of the Levy
Court from tiie district and White
man came to him and demanded
i am quoting ills own te.sli
mony. It was not a personal debt,
it was for work done fur the county.
Would John Lynn, as a reasonable
representing the county, have
on can't get that money,' and
The Lynn case will be giv
en to the jury Monday
The jury In the Lynn case now
have all the evidence Id their pos
session and on Monday will be charg
ed by Chief Justice Lore. It then
remains for them to say from the ev
idence whether he is guilty or not.
Yesterday afternoon the final
prayers and arguments were made
aud an it was 6 o'clock before coun
sel on both sides hail-finished, the
jury had to be discharged until Mon
day or be locked up over night. The
former was more to their notion and
when the adjournment was made
none were more pleased than they.
In his address to the jury Mr.
"Through a labrynth of law we
have ' reached that point wherG we
can lay before you the facts and dis
-euas the aspect of those facts. This
is a case of great importance. John
Lynn is charged with obtaining
money under false pretences from the
county treasurer. John Lynn, presi
dent of the Levy Court, is the most
powerful officer in New Castle conn
forthwith had a quarrel in
words about it. John Lyon is ordi
narily a peaceable man, and it is rea
sonable that he, as a county official
would have aaid: 'Very well, put in
your bill, the county is responsible.
No there was a dispute in loud lan
That lltt'c circumstance
rlgfitthere, you must consider, before
you give credit to testimony.
"Aside from tliat—1 want to use
plain language, and 1 shall—Isav that.
John Lynn lied in lids case, aod 1
am not iming this language foi any
uther purpose than that 1 think it is
duty to uso plain words in this
case. Fred Vansant lied, Caleb Johu
The learned counsel will
■they had to say that if they
didn't they wouldn't have any case.
We haven t any case, gentlemen, tiie
State ot Delaware has tiie case.
"in this case w« have proved to
you that Caleb Johnson could not
have been there. He worked on lhat
date for Reed and Brother, he work
hours and didn't quit unlit
savs he didn't make
says lie din.
"Without Whiteman's testimony,
Mr. Haves opened fur the defense
and in part said:
•'I say the whole caso depends en
tirely upon tiie testimony of Law
Once and for
rence M. Whiteman
all let me dismiss Mr. Rettew's tea
Ac told vou he knew noth
Ing about the
had any conversation with Lyn
about the warrant.
out a warrant and Ly
tiie State has no case*
'•Wo say to you that New Castle
county got full value for every cent
of that, hill and that Whiteman did
the work on Tweed's bridge.
Mr. Bird followed his colleago and
used up the remainder of the two
hours, in pa. t he said:
' The whole case absolutely de
pends upon the testimony of Law
rence M. Whiteman. Wipeout Ret
tew. Kelley, Janvier, have said—all
true in its way, but the? do not know
about tiie bill* Who does- Lawrence
1 say without fear of contradiction
that, from the very moment John
Lvnn took the stand, there was every
sincerity of trut h itself.
Whiteman denies that he was
Elsmere but Lynn said he was.
Mr. Bird recalled the testimony
the witnesses who testified to Lynn's
chracterand exclaimed "John Lynn
reputation stands built on a rock
on a rock that cannot be washed
Attorney General Ward was press*
ed for time In his closing argument,
but made a vigorous address.
Vansant bad not caught on an d
fixed the time between the 5th.
12th. Cross-examined he admitted
lie did not know when it was.' What
must ho In
ever whs said or done
1011,1 . .. 11 ° l !, l , V , 0 ,if P 'l 1 '®,™.
inn win '
made to (IoiikukJ more money.
Mr. Vaniant Both say that 01
Johnson was also them wlitn
money was paid. Ont of Mr. John
son's own mouth we will prove that '
he told an untruth on the witness
stand under oath. Johnson says he
was at Lynn's to ask him for work,
and It was before he went to work for
Henry Stewart. According to the
testimony he began work for Stewart
on October 3. He was at work on
October, 10, 11, 12 and 13. The
story breaks there. If Johnson was
there then Vaneant told an untruth
for he says he was there. If he was
there then John Lynn's story stands
as a fine fabrication for he swore
Johnson was there.
Mr. Ward then reviewed the evi
dence about the repairs to Tweed's
Bridge. The work on the bridge
done by August 6.
"In conclusion, Mr. Ward said but
one question was to be, considered.
John Lynn tried to induce White
man to change his testimony. Mr.
Phillips remained out. He did not
hear the conversation on the car. The
Jury can draw its own conclusion.
Phillips did not want him to hear it,
Lynn is a men of sense. Phillips got
out at the station. This action of
Jonn Lynn strengthens the cause of
'•Whatever men have iieen drilled
to sav about Whiteman, has just been
upsei bv the testimony of the people
a w | K i know him best. Lawrence M.
Whiteman made no complaint,
was brought before me by a subpoena,
'with all the imwer of the state lack
of ()f ju vVe arc lighting public corrnp
tl011 an(] ., ul)Iic corruption will bring
w i tueases t0 swea r to anything. John
a trustee of trhe people,-put in
in 0 p eratj |„ n the [machinery under
in- wh | ch lhis was dune. Tile comptrol
, el . sieved him, and I submit to you
that John Lynn touched the lliian
cja ; mac hj nC ry so that it [turned over
to him $50 In notes. John Lynn ae
knowle rt ge d everything he has to.
I appeal to you as citizens of New
ihe Castle county, todealwith John Lynn
is any other man If this testimony
convinces you tliat, John Lynn gut $50
of me county's money under false pre
,eiise.s, then vou should find him
B ,, T p e j ury was discharged until
Monday morning. Chief Justice Lore
the cautioned the jury to talc to no one
of . ^ caso
This was the day set foi ths Di
rectors ol the Street & Sewer De
mandamus to show cause why they
should not file their bonds with the
■ City Treasurer. William S. Hillis,
and counsel anawed for Mr. Carter aod
at staled that he hod oot had a chance
to see Mr. Webster as he
1—lie believes that what is con
tained in the first paragraph of the
,-rit is true, excepting that lie
is not informed as to the interest of
the said petitioners in the execu
tion of the laws of the Slate of Del
aware. [The paragraph referred
to covered that the petitioners weic
citizens, and tax payers and as such
interested in the execution of the
swer Ihe writ of
the S^ale of Ohio,
could not only answer for One ol the
Mr. Carter's answer w
To the honorable judges of the
Superior Court ol the f State
and for New Castle
2—That's what is contained in
the second paragraph ot Hie said
writ, is true. (Tiie paragraph re
ferred to speakers of the appoint
ment of Mr. Carter.)
For what is contained in the third
paragraph of tiie said writ lit-says t liat.
upon his appointment as a member of
the Board of Directors of tiie Street
and Sewer Department in the city of
Wilmington, together with Andrew
Johnson and Robert Tadman.be went
before J. F. Ball, then tiie city judge
of Wilmington, and then aud there
tiie said city judge approved of the
said A. L. Johnson and R. W. Tail
man as sureties upon a certain bond
to tiie Mayor and Council of Wilming
ton in tiie sum of $30,000. tiie condi
tion of which bond was tliat if he
should in all things comply with the
provisions of the act of tlio General
Assembly, and then Hie said bond
should lie void, otherwise to remain In
full force and virtue; that there was
subjoined to said bond a warrant of
make attorney to confess judgement tlicre
That the 9aid bond was prepered
hy llemy C. Conrad, Eaq . then city
Castle solicitor of the city of Wilmington,
cent and when executed by him, the
did aaid James D. Carter, together
with the said Andrew L. Johnson
and aud Robert W. Tadman as sure
two ties, was duly approved by the
said city judge, which said bond
de- was in all thingsm conformity with
Law- the provisions of aeclion 12 of the
Ret- said act: that thereafter the said
bond and warrantor attorney there
know to annexed were filed in the office
of William H. Curry, who was then
and there the citv treasurer of the
®aid city of Wilmington,
John AndthesaldJamesD. Carterde
every Dies that he did not furnUl? the
' said bond with sureties a* provided
at by law but on the contrary thereof
alleges that the said bond was
of made, approved and tiled as provi
Lynn's ded by law.
Lynn s And this respondent prays that
and such order may be made in tho
washed premises as is lawful and right
<tnd that he may be hence tlis
press* dismissed with his reasonable with
.co$ts most wrongfully sustained,
j , , James D. Carter,
d he I William S. Hides, respondent,
and I The court set next Tutsdftjf M
admitted j the day tor the hearing ifi the
What Fahey case end January 6th i
In a! th e Webster case.
1 '®,™. i Oscar Brown ol Cecil County,Md.
' u wlls brought from Marshallton to
was H o.pital last night,
wlili a fractured skull.
itto Stock of
Lanterns in the Qity^
75c to S3.00
both Japaned and
as the lamp to buy
for actual use. Night
driving, in storm
■ — and wind,■'and over
trough roads, loses
•.ill its terror when
Vou have one of
We have a well selected stock of dent Cutters, Lard
Presses, Butcher Knives, Cleavers, Hog scrapers, Butcher's
Scales at reasonable prices. ' .
Useful Holiday Gifts can he found! at our store. Open
- every evening.
Large Lamps for
(Street, Lawns, and
for post or to hang
with reflectors at
WOODWARD oc BRO
303 MARKET STREET, JOT SHIPLEY STREET.
Marconi ■ ■ imu«.
ST. JOHN 8, N. I ..Dec. 21^— Marco-,
nt imnounces tliat according to ins .
filnns lie will anil for England next !
Monday on the Allan line steamer Bar- 1 of
clininn. Ilia company In London wants :
him to assist In the negotiations there ;
with the Anglo-American Telegraph |
The inventor has packed
I,la entire wireless apparatus and will
take with him that portion which can
not be used here. The remainder he
will leave here In readiness for ids re- j
turn In a month or two.
Burled In u TaleJllnr.
WATERTOWN, N. J'.. Dec. 21.—
Beujnmin Elliott is dend and Tetcr
Kennenberg is dying ns the result of
•oldent at Caledonia talc mines,
near Gouverneur. Tlio men were bur
ied under tons of ore, which fell In a
We have done a Big Holiday
Trade but the stock is still in
good shape for your selection.
Extra stock, extra help and
extra service all over the store.
New Hotwe Coats, $5 to $10.
New Overcoats, $10 to $20.
Boy's New Overcoats, $5 to
$15. Boys' New Suits $5 to
$15. Little Boys' Suits,
$2,50 to $10. Gloves,Handker
chiefs, Umbrellas, Canes, Sus
penders aisl Neckwear, all
tliat you can buy from 25c. up.
6th and Market, Wilmington
Open every night until 10
Saturday, December 21, 1901.
We have great faith ill
We drink our own Coffee and it
does not injure us. It won't hurt
if you drink it moderately
Drink Good Coffee.
Drink our Java and Mocha, 35c.
lb., 3 lbs. $1.00,
HAHSCOM'S MarttUad Seventh.
Control National Rank of Wll mlugton
Wilmington, Del., Dec. 14, lOtil
Tho animal meeting of tho Btoc-kholilere
J ill b<? held at tho bonicinr house on Tuesdoy,
an. U 1902, between the hour* of 12 oclock
neon and k o'clock p, n».. for the purponeof
elsotlno director, to r
N OTICE—THOMAH TATNALL HAS RE
iBLved hie office from 712 Market nti eet
to 111 West Ninth etreet, oppoiiee the Dost
office, ana hoe started a general Real Batata
and Insurance Business, under the lirm uame
TATNALL A CO.
OTICB-THK ANNUAL MEETING, of
th, Dlsmoad st»t« Proreutl v. Aaiools
j will be bold in Scboolhouse Districl, No.
85. Monday, ltoo. 80th. 1901, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Jas. Brown, Pres., IrwinL. Ball.
1, <OR rbnt-that LAROB TWO aTOBY
P bull Jin, No. 70S W. III. RtrMt. aulubts
for .In. oat .ur klnj of Yu«*i»;-W.ooo. .1.
to James I. Button, 1009 West
At this regular business meet
. ,, " , „ , , ,, .
! mg or the Sunday School Board
1 of Wesley M. E. Church, Dec. 17,
: 1901. The following officers were
; i . i f ,i
| electul 101 1110
Superintendent, Taylor Gross;
. . , , _
assistant, Li wood T ryer; secretary
>fjg s M. Etta .Tester; treasurer,
W. Price; organist, Mrs.
I Barrett, chorister, W. Iloy Fryer;
librarian, Wesley Scott; 1st. assist
ant, Howard Wrightington, 2nd
at sistant,-Homer Jester, 3rd. as
si stant, Lewis Brown.
Infant Department — Superin
tendent, Mrs. A. C. Buzinc; assist
ant. Mrs. E. Jones; 2nd assistant,
Mrs. Malison; 3rd Mrs. Ruth;
organist, Miss Sallie Goyle; as
sistant, Miss Mary Dawson.
Dr. Bidgeley of Dover hag Iieen
declaim! au ill voluntary bankrupt
with liabilities atfll.OOO and no
At M Mlcboel'a.
The Rev. P. Ofven-Joncs having
left St, Michael's for Ills new field of
labor, will conduct the eucbaristlc
service at tiie church at 9 a. in. to
morrow, in place of the usual 10.30
A remarkable Seance'will be given
in the Opera House on Sunday night,
by the Kev. Dr. II. C. Browne, to ex
pose the claims of spiritualism.
Every phenomena of ritualism
will be demonstrated and the audi
ence taught how the whole trickery
JilCHAliDSON'S ROLLER HILLS.
Flour cjchaiik'ud for wheat. Feed griodiSf
work doiie at abort uotioe.
ON GOOD FIRST &IORTG AGB4
IN AMOUNTS FROM tlUiiJ TO
liflJ.OOU ATCUitlilfiNT IIATES,
HAWKINS & CO.,
7li M liU Jfit BT1CEHJT
SOLID GOLD RINGS from
50c up to $100.
WATCHES from $1 up to
$ 100 .
AND NOVELTIES ut the
very lowest prices.
All goods are warranted as
Before purchasing, examine
GHAS. A. FEIL.
S- V. Car. 4th and Market Sts.
Kw often belli
'V We are
experts In fitting glasses that make
LAWTON OP UCALCO
816 Market St.
^elaorvla Phone 97a
Ths following Christmas program
will be by tbs First Prssbyksrisa
Sunday School Saaday ovonlog,
"Glory to God ia the Highsit"
Recitation. .MasterWalter Sawdon
Duet end chorus, "List lbs Song. 1
Chorus.. .."Joy Hells an Ringing''
Exercise, "Christmas Tide,"
Chorus, "Bethlehem's Village to
Tbs Preebyteriao Church choir
will render the iollowing selections
of Christmas music at the morning
Anthem. "And There Were Shep
, "The New Born
,.Mr». Geo. W. Quinn
.Gix Infant scholar*
.. Rev. S. B. Russell
.. lofaot school
Anthem, "W* Have St*r_St»r,'
Anthem. "Alt the End* ol the
An excellent program ia promieed
at Central Praabyterian Church on
Sunday morning. The following
musical musical numbers will be
Organ prelude—"Chriatmd* Offier
Anthem, "Glory to God in the
Anthem, "Mortals Awake with
Offertory, "O Little Town of Beth
lehem." Bartlett. Mra William
F. Smalley, soloist, with violin
obligato by Mr. Frank VVilsonT
Anthem, "There Were Shepherds,"
Organ Poatlude, "March of the
WiteMen." arranged by Norrle
O. Morga o.
This offertory is an especially
been sunk in tbie city before, being
out of the printers hand but a few
weeks. The choir is composed of
the following members:
Mrs. William F. Smalley, so
prano; Mlaa Mary G Morrow, con
tralto; Mr. H. Howard Carver,
touor; Mr. Frank H. Mason, basso.
In the evcoi ng the Sunday school
will hold its anniversary exercises
at which time the choir will assist
in the music. A cordial Invitation
is extended for both services.
This song bae never
.. L. T. Wilson
. P. Schnecker
Organ Prelude. .
Joy to Ihe World.
Hymn, While Shepherds Watched
Their Flocks by Night.
Te Deum, festival in E flat .Buck
Hymn, 'O Come All Ye Faithful,"
Offtrtory, "Lo the Star,"
The Wonderful Love..C. li. Adams
Anthem, "Emanuel, "
J. H. Rogers
Anthem, There Wore Shepherds,
Wm. R. Spenco
Wm. R. Spenco
Aothera, Tht Fre«h of Niffbt Has
Fallen.W. R. Speo-.e
Octett, The Birth of Christ
Offertory, Christiana Awake
P. E. Schdecker
Song* of Praiec the Aogela Sing.
Angel* From the Realm* of Glory,
*• F. F. Bullard
Rev. O. G. Buddington, pastor.
Leader. B. Frank Hearn; organist,
Mias Plieboe A.Newlln.
Hymn 103, "A Glorious Light,
beripturo aod Prayer.
Hymn 105, "Tho Lord ia Come.
Anthem. "All Had the Morn.
Sermon, "The Babe ol Bethlehem's
First Viait to the Temple." _
Anthem, "The Angel's bong."
Hymn 108, "Hark the Angel Her
Hymn 113, "Star of the East '
beripturo and Prayer.
Anthem, "Glory to God on High."
Sermon, "On Earth Peace and
Gnod Wilt to Mnn."
A n. hem.
ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHURCH.
The following program will be
rendered tomorrow evening:
"Let Ua Now Go Even Unto Beth
'O Divine Re
deemsr," .. c. i.tT* J. .G.. -Gouoad
•■Great Is the Lprdil'i..-Shackly
Boprauo solo, olfeOld Jpdea."
"The Angel's Song,".Lyon
Sermon, "Hie Star,"
Rev. W. L. S. Murray
Trio, soprano, contralto aod tooor,
"0 Lamb of God. "
Bast solo, "Nazareth.''
Tenor toio and chorus, "Behold,
tbe Day* Come, "
iotmo solo aod ohorus, "Unto
Uo a Child ia Born."
And Thou Bethlehem in the Land
The Christmas "Carol and An
them Service" by the aeolor and
junior choir 0 combined, at Bethel
A. M. E. Church, will be rendered
at 7.30 p. m., under the leadership
of Mr*. Carrie M. S. Pipes and
Through a habeas corpus proceed
ing Joseph Browo In Superior Court
this morning sought to obtain posses
sion of bli two children who are In
toe obsrge of their grandmother,
Mri. Sarah King.
Mrs. Brown, the mother of the two
children who ere Leonard, aged aeven
aud Sarah, aged five years died on De
oember 9th, aod when the father ask
ed Mrs. King (or the ohlldron after
the funeral, they were refused him.
Mrs. King who want! to keep the
ohlldren ani who wan represented by
Harry'Emmons, answered the follow
ing question put by him.
Mrs. King what relation are you to
I am their grandmother oq their
What was Mra. Brown's maiden
How long wan she married to Mr.
About ten or eleven years.
Was tbelr married life happy?
No air, and there was more than
*Wben did Mr. Brown desert your
They separated about four years
When did you vlalt your daughters
While I was taken sick and she
came to stay with mo and when It
came'time to go to bor own home she
aald that ahe would hot go home un
less some of us went with her. I
sent my eon borne with her hut I did
not go to her house until just before
the separation and he was the one
who came and took me there.
How did be act just before the sep
"He was fussing and disagreeable
all the time and be provided a poor
home for my daughter. "
"Have you you kept the children
since Mr. Brown'deserted his family?'
"Yes, sir me and my son did. M;
daughter went out to work but I have
had the children In my care ever
There were several other wit
ut on the stand to ahow
the good character of Mrs. King,
but the plaintiff said be was not
questioniog her character,
Mr. Brown testlfiod that ha had
told Mra. King many times to leave
his house, but she refused to go.
He thought bis people bad contrib
uted to the children's
Mrs. King was again put on the
vitnees stand and answered the
following questions: _
How much did Brown contribute
to his children's support?
How much? I will show you. Come
here children, show the gentleman
rour mittens that your pop gave you
ast Christmas, calling tho children
to her and holding up two pair of
mittens, that's all he baa contribu
ted, she remarked bitterly.
Tiie court after a brief .consulta
tion said that they refused to change
the custody of the children but that
their father must be allowed to see
them at any proper time.
"Thank the Lord' 1 remarked Mrs
Cold weather keep* our coal deal
er Mr. Chandler verv hue, hauling
coal to keep ua warm.
John Brown our man of all work
is erecting for himself a new
Take four umbrella'* and para
sols to William Callaway he does
good work at a very small cost.
Charles Smith is taking a two
Edgar Satterthwaita ia very sick
with the lever.
Mrs. Henry Rumer who has been
near death's door with consump
tion is better.
Leonard Hltchen haa an tar re
covered from hit lengthly sickness
ts to take frequent walks and
Sam'l Allcorn gives close atten
tion to the trolley he inspects it
morning noon and evening.
Mrs. Maggie Allcoro is recover
ing from a verv severe cold,
Mies Meggie Williams, who is
learniog her trade atdrosamakiog
with Mrs. Thos. Dickinson will
visit her borne at Booth's Corner ,
lor ten days.
Mrs. Georgie Dickinson contem
plates a visit to her sister in Vir
Levi C. iMann ol Wilmington
vieited hie father Sunday.
Mre. 'James Mitchell ot Greene
boto, Md. it the gueet of Mr. Flem
The tele of lots at Roselle, a
new home lection on the Brandy
wine Spring', Line ol the Peoples 1
Railway, naar thi* city ante «o
successful and th* demand for more
was eo large that land adjoiaiag
was purchased end. blocked off to
be offered those Retiring a home
site in that aection. This sale wa*
opened this morning and will con
tinue until all are eold, at piocea
running from forty-nioe dollars to
ninoty-nine dollar# a lot, on terms
ten dollars down and one dollar a
week until paid in foil. Purchasers
desiring further particulars should
oall at the office of tho Company,
838 Market otreet. To roach
•Roselle' take Braodywioe Spring*
People* Rjtilway leaving thi*
city every thirty minutes. Fare
five cents from anr part ofeity.
Do not delay it you dooiro to teouro
a fine home aite at a reasonable
price as the ru«h i* on aod the beet
lots ere beiog bold foot and there
only a few of others to beoffered
Firot corns first served.
7.80 * service that ^Hb^benXal
to Ohuroh workers or to those who
desire to be useful in their Churoh
relations. The order of sersioe for- >
Sunday will be Prayer and Testf«'
wony meeting at 9 a. m. conduoted
by Miss May Taggert, Evangelist
Smith will preach at 10.80 a. m
and 7.30 p, m. he will also hold s
special meeting. for men at 9:30 '
asssisted by a number of efficient
Christian helpers. "":
A young peoples rallywill be held
at 6.30 under the director of Mrs. ., ;
Mary O. Booth and the young peo* ' ' ;
pie of the Epworth League. On
Monday at 10.30 Evanglist Smith ■
will preach to the ministers and
the public is especially* invited to flH
hear him on this occlusion, On
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock the
sermon will be preached by Bevv -
J. W. Easley pastor of Scott M. E.
The Rev. Aloysius Green will -
conduct the Monday Player and 'ir^M
Praise service at 10 a. m. and ths , |
Rev. W. T, Hammond a similar f§
service at 2.30, P. M. Mrs. Eva
Benson will lead the singing in all
the afternoon services.
.. i ?
Opposed to Sole of Meads.
Copenhagen, Dec. 20.—Fresh agi
tation against the sale of the Danish
West Indies t»tbe United States, be
fore the question has been submitted
to a plebiscite, seems tobe increasing , -'1
here. , v. ■' i »
A aeoret meeting or members was
held to-day, the sentiment of which
was in favor of a plebiscite
The Ministerial organs are advocat
ing prompt aotlon In the matter and
disregard of the popular olamor to
submit it to a rote*of the people.
Has No Jurisdiction
Samuel S. Adams representing An>
tony Zucbowskl, argued in Superior
Court this morning on the jurisdic
tion of tiie Municipal , Court, In im
posing corporal punishment on a man
who assaulted his wife.
After a lively argument on both
sides the court reversed the judge
ment of the lower court.
The opinion takes, away tbs right -
on tbs Municipal (Court to order a
Alter being charged In the lower
court a wife beater must be held
(or the General Sessions Court
where be can be given a trial by
Itching hemorrholda, wart the
of my Ufa. Win almoat wild.
Olatmvut oured mo quiokly and pormo
□antly, after doctors bod failed. O* k.
Corowoll, Volley Street, Sougertlea,
. t \
for wife boating.
Don't buy, pictures and frames un
til you first See Yergcrs 6took, No.
419 Shipley Street. It will pay you. Jf
went South yesterday morning on
tour of Inspection in a special train. J
They returned to this city late In the
afternoon pleased with the condition
of the roach_
Rev. W. w. King Invited to Return
At the meeting of tiie qunrtelr
conference of Grace M. E. Church
lust evening the Rev. W. W. King
was unanimously invited to return
us pastor for another year by th«
trustees, and tliia action was con
firmed by the quarterly oonf cnee.
Ordinary -household aocidant
terror when there's a bottle of i
Koleotrto Oil, in the medic
Heals burns, cuts, broliea, t> .
OTiCB—I. AIWA II. WIN I
!UDMl or til.
Uftted at No. 1419 Trench f
hixih ward. In th® olty ol
County of Newcastle, Htate •
in compliance with the
acta of the Ueueral Assembly,
made and prov dad, dpnrereby
that Whailappiy m writing to
feueral stations of the State
In And ror New Cattle Co,, to be
niliiffton, on Monday, tbc ,
Feb., A. D. Ilfla, Doing (bo ne
said oourt, for a license (or sa
tun or tavern, for the sale there
outing liquor*. In less qYTAutlti
quart, to be drunk M the pti
me followlug na
_ or said ward,
are •uostantlal freeholders. iec>
said applloatlon, vui
George W Youug
Geo H Hpsth
Johu H Fahey
Gao W Pierce
Wm Kirk _
Jam on Lewis
Wm M Palmer
... J Gallagher
John V Kloinetuber
ANNA M, WINRLEK. ' i
I -'Olt RiNT-DKLAWARB FIELD CLUB
1 Gi-sucde, Bljmere, Del., containing T
tore* ol ground; home will be altered to lull
tenet. Apply to Henry Hoopes,
FOR SALE |
602 Oreug* street, 9 rooms: oentrel looetlon
in good order: Urge lot, will be eold obeeft , M
if sold toon. a
Qeo, R. Townsend & Co.J 1 1
804 Market Street. f
oll tu th eet tf
B.m.rk.ble B..1.0. will b« Md fcjr End
H. U Browns to oxposo ths clyiini or Svrn
•1 Inn. Every pheuo»en» of
will b* dem»uetr*led and the audlwoftip
bow tbe whole Irtokory le porformod. la
rapping, eecood eight. olalivovaBOe.oto. el
demonstrated and rovoalod. Free*, pd
and pbbllo doolare tho woaderfal eeauci hold A
bv Dr. Browne *o bo tbo jaoet mat yellou* \
■igbt o?or wlinooood and the death blow 4
D r ooraopoa T.SO, oommonce8o'clock. ^
Mllvor offering at the door.
V : -
Dockstader's Theatre, j A
Hams 0! PiBood V.»4.Tills j I
THE TBRBR IIAOKETT BROS. J
LUOYMUNROEANU UHH. HIhOt(AIh .
COOK. BOYDAND OAKU , I
KDWARDB AND LAWBENOE >_B
OI.A HA pOUnLASB OhMH
,T- AND COLLINS .
THE8 HKILY duo
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