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WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1902.
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FIRE AT
BRYN MAWR.
Philadelphia, March lfi.—Don
..'"if"* «.. "-j".
Mawr College, was burned last
night. Fire engines wero sent
from Philadelphia to aid in sab
ting the flames.
. P
At midnight the fire jvaa still
.burning. The hall contained dor
mitories and was isolated from the
other buildings. All the girls got
out safely. There were no casu
«*b<'s. ^
The fire started in one ot the
wings of the hall and it was caused
it is believed, by the upsetting of
, , ' i? i. i
a lamp by one ot the studen s.
-Tills seems tlio most tangible roa
8on which can bo advanced at
resent, for (hero is not known to
ave boon any other lire in file
l
wing.
So far as known tliore lias bo9ti
bo loss of life.
j " ho fire spread rapiJlv ami in
i . . .. l ,, •, .. ..
A short while the ontiro hiuhttng j
was in flames. Apparatus which,
M always kept in readiness at the
college* ami which the stmlonts
Ir.wv,,.- i. ...I i i ,
knoa howto use proved note equal |
to the sudden emerge ncy, and aid j
Was sought front nearby towns
and Philadelphia.
j
greratiuni at I
!
L'ik Day at Gihco.
There were large c.
the morning and evening services in j
Grace M. E. Olmreh yesterday.
Two singers from Toronto, Canada j
ftdiig in the new choir veslordav for j
the llrst lima, ami ma.la a very favor- i
hhic impression by Llieir roodltiuu.f. |
They are Miss Alice Hjiniplirey j
and Hubert Knight, both of wlioai |
. were students under Miss Kkla |,p c , I
j
tllL* new director of i;
while in Toronto,
to Wil mini? ton t
choir.
They have o«
|
Itudies with Miss Idle, mil at t!,.» j
»euie time have been engaged for tlio j
Grace choir. ~ I
At the morning service Miss Idle
.
cunt lime their
Sod Mr. Knight sang as the offertory
tlie duet "Love Divine,'
Hale later contributed
"Heaven Is My Home.'' Proceeding
the evening worship, < Irgauist George
N. Maris gave a recital, including the
Choice selections, ".Study in B fiat
major, Fumigaii; "Miuuetto." Calk
in; "Chanson Triste, "Tseha'kowaky;
aud "Frieden's Mai sch," Wagner.
Miss Idle in the evening sang "Just
As 1 Am," and Miss Humphrey sang
as a solo, "There Is Never a Day So
Dreary. '' At the morning service the
Rev. Dr. W. W. King preached on
"The Teachings of Methodism," and
in the evening on "The True Basis
of Jov. "
and Miss'
Mia
solo,
New Council oi Mechanics.
Diligent Council, No. 39, Junior
Order Failed A meric;
was Instituted
tbe degicc team of Winona Council
and State Councillor James W.
Robertson Diligent Council has
•Ixly-lhrce charter members, most
of whom are railroad men.
lowing officers were elected and in
stalled; Past councillor, F. F. Mas
ae?; councillor, J. N. Ninuix;
councillor, O. L. Bell: recording sec
retary, J. J. Rhodes: assistant, .score
... tary, J. J. Johnson' liitanciul score
tarjf, J. II. Clclunrl; treasurer, .1. I.,
ThuiH|)S 0 ii; ooilUiiclur, Walter
Thompson; warilcn, Charles A. I'ylu;
Inside sentinel, Kdiv.ird (.'n.ulwlok; !
outside sentinel. I*. Waitv: trustees,
William Rutter, I. N. .Sinucx aud P.
Waity.
Mechanics,
Saturday night by
i'he lo!
:1 ' (
VVilm n jj
In th.c c »py of the
harbor bill seal to this city by <
gressinan Ball the following cu
lions aic imputed iu the
of liio appropriation Wi>
harbor: Improv
bor, Del;
inenl and muiuie iancc, ■
vlded. that not in
said :
nvrr and (
'
c-X|>iM"ljLur." '*
are; ('on:
mprove
: pro
Lin.i *2"),mm of
slia I I u (!.\peu led uui.il
ado bv l lie
roved bv I
4 ; ot i
from l ii 3 city in such .
prevent tin; filling of'
s
ff.u.
arrangements have bo-:
city of Wnmington,
Hie Secretary of War, to disj
the sb waif
manner a
tlio channel, and the lai't
ed cost of mulnlainunce tliereliv.'
.SEASHORE RESORTS.
A I LAN 11C CITY N J
HOTEL
Ocean End of
I
All ANTIC
kica ria» coNVHMiiiNT
I ,,, ... . _ m sl , - AAI
Lt'XUKIOl'S Al'I'lilNI.MI.NIS AND
Ciiulrtw'.eil cf Ht
WM. I. FINCH,
/
Wiih
HJTEL BERKELEY
front. Kan tacky Ave.. c
:U 1 ri
it
• Allmillc
»PI*Oi
m
ivilli imperii
WriloVcr 11
.1MI S ANDO ROI: O K B ■; W
HOTEL SCARBOROUGH
Maryland Avei
o aud Beacli,
AtlnuticCity. N. ,1.
Now open, Klovafccr, Eler.m iirot, r.rivt
bHtliH aud every modern ejnveuiene?
■wi l Pier. I.xceile>it ocean Jrcut rtunis
ond tlj per week, $:i.uUalul j>u' per day.
Write Ter illustrated booklet. J
ALKKEI) WYllAN.
HOTEL MORTON
ViraitiU Avoime.
. i miantaf*' walk from Bt-acli.
b 01 ?? i Uw > ,Wir * R| ov»tor from street
val to all floor*. Bto*m boat,
»i and cold bath*: Fim* table
MKH. N.
parlor,
a specialty.
HAINES.
HOTEL TRAYMORE
Atlantic'City, N. J.
Open thronihoiit the year. Hot and cold
Rea water ba t in In rooms uml
Ui'Kiern eomforl and appolutm
USr Kuthim* 1 * 1 #U <M
T/.'AYMORK HoTEL CO.
d, s. J1 "*«"
BAYARD
PORTRAIT.
A portrait of Urn late Thomas F
asMsr
The portrait is a very faithful like
ness of the well known Delawarean
liefolc disease had deepened the pain
" "P'l'f 10 ! 1 of , , lds f , «
may be-Uttlngly added to thesociety's
collection of the faces of the men who
have earned national fame for "hit
tie Delaware. " As usual an invita
L ' xle,l< * c d tu tilu public to at
racmber of the IIistorica , Soclety
In speaking of the presentation, said:
"However opinions may differ ro
specting the attitude and career of
?"'• ^yard during the great struggle
*° l national existence, few doubt the
sinccriety of Din convictions, and all
will readily concede the national prom
hience he attained and the historic
;
ly
perspective of tire events in wliieli lie
was an actor. If this needed proof it
would only he necessary to recall ills
selection for three positions, anyone
ot which would Imve widened his
home renutation to one of national
JO'-P' 1 . namely, his .nemhersl.ip .d tl.e
famous Electoral Commission which
j averted a threatening crisis in the
bitter conteniiun belweiui the sup
porters of llayes and Tildcn in the
M'tcsideiiUal campaiga nt 1870, and
his two later offices of national Sec re
| ,. lrv StaU) un „ BmbttMsulor u ,Great
j liritaiu.
To Save Ehi.de trees.
II is said by an etomologist that
j owners of shade trees should act now
I , ' ,1L 7 want, to save their trees from
! caterpillars during tho summer.
If the trees arc noticed it will he
caterpillars nests in
j
j -Noon there are
j (l * Lhe various branches and
i illso lllull R Hus rmigli hark,
| lll - sLs Hie eloaiologisL says, siioulfi bo
j ,lini r ''" ln t,llu trce now. They can
| 11,1 'm seen ntnv, but as soon as the
I loaves mine out it will boa (lilllonlt
j matter to locate 1 lie nests, t lie re lo ri:
'nil ime should ho lost.
These
bo
Men can ho
| In rod t.o tear
Um nests, and alt or
j t hoy are torn out cotton should he
j 1 ' ' ' m pped JU'omid tho tree I
I the oatcrpillais from crawling up
ll,esu,liWICI ' ailtl building new
nests.
a
riany Take Communion
Paul's Roman Catholic
Church yesterday morning about
400 members ol the Ancient Order
of Hibernians received Holy Com
munion in a body. Mass was cele
brated by Bishop Monaghan who
" delivered an interesting ami
eloquent sermon. Th b morning at
St- Paul's Church high mass was
bungat'J o'clock lo celebrate the
Feast ol ,St. Patrick.
At St.
Ilorzu Run Away.
Yesterday afternoon a horse at
tached Lo the buggy of Dr. Joseph P.
Pyle ran away from Eighth and West
streets.
It took a course directly in Eighth
street, and without colliding with any
thing Hie horse dashed as far as
.Seventh st reet and Railroad avenue,
where it fell, breaking the shafts of
the buggy.
Oil
is
1 1 , will Ixr foi' I,lie hciiclU, of the li
v. In inlrlll.lon to booths arirl vur
lons'reiil.iires, IJieie will he ,■
tail.. oaeh oveniii''
minstrel iterriirmanisiH?
Flans for u Kn/.a
Plans have I men
•ompleled by the
Library
Assnciation for a bazaar which com
a's April 14 and eon!limes for
uimers of I lie Browns
t\v<
the
enter
and several
Public: Shis.
Sti Sham A Son, Auctioneers so d
at Public Sale for Jester ,V Me
D.uiiel ai I heir s'aldes,
Satnrda
Ju head o! horses Iron) $S.'»
a king a
th.; M) hea l.
4 Iff West
March 15,
to $ 212 -
average of
The sale
.1 bidding was
|.',- ol |t 8 |reel
.50 per head,
'* 1 , 5 .),) |
V. il. V..S 1 l.u k.n Locke
S, .1. Beck, ol this city, general
nt Bank
l ho Knig Ills of Pythias, lor tin*
Slate ol Delaw are aud I'ennsy Ivania
w< 1! visit Larkin Lodge, No. 78 ol
Fhester this evening. All Knights
are invited to lie present and hear
vvh.il Mr Heck has to say about
this insurance feature of the order.
the l-hlclovv
nd
SEASHORE RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY, N J,
STERLING,
Kentucky Avenue,
CITV. N J
ru mii«s and casino.
HliAT l;MXTHIC UUHT l-I.EVATOR.
H.i:0ANr ScUviCISAT MODliHATI- MUICIiS
Owner and Prop
TUE NEW RUDOLF
A O.i
ty. N. .T.
reo
:t ; «*aparity 8 UJ; l irgn.-U and
.do i
(In
IO
Him;
vhcislr;
•ail t eal arcs.
i has u. aiVE.ns
DIE SHELBURNE
Direct Iv
the ocean front. Always
larga rooms, private baOn. Best lioiet
• boa I; let.
II. E If. JJ A .ilSKY.
HOTELLURAY
AtL nllo Ci ty, N. J,
Healed Hun Parlor dirooily over Boardwalk
Porones on a Je
walk,
prlvllctfe^.
d with and joined to Board
and rras'i private bulbs. Ooif
JublAH WHITE & HONS.
HADDON HALL
Atlantic City, N. J.
Every modern appomiaent
Hot aid cold
. 1 comfort
xv . . a vvaicrbaihs. Golf links.
Write for illustrated literatim*.
LEE Do
LJPPlNt.OTT.
AVON INN
Near beach, Vlrgiuia
purlers, baths, elevator,
DO per w
James l. smith.
uvcntie.
beat.
k
jul4-J0t
THREATENED TO
KILL CHILDREN.
Big Demands Made on
Alexander R. Peacock,
Pitlsburg Financier.
f| , ,
-Lwo months ago Mr. Peacock
was absent from his home. A
letter was received at liis house ^
which Mrs. Peacock opened. Jt
, • , . I, i I
contained a warning to her bus
band to the effect that unloss ho
deposited $25,000 at an indicated 1 lllc
spot on North Highland avenue, I b ,
; * of
n cash, Ins th ee children would ,
ho kidnapped. I he latter was till
signed. The children are John,
I t years of age; Alexander, aged
10years; and Irene, aged 2 yours. |
\YI;cn Mr. Peacock arrived homo
he was sltown the letter. Ho >an
called linger O'Miim a private do
tectivo to searc h out the black -1
has
mailor. Mr. J eacock received a, j
second letter soon after, written j
apparently by the same person. |
Tito lotter stated the sender wus|
aware that linger OMara had boon A
, , , r ° , i , . 1
engaged by air. Leacock, but that,
his efforts would not avail. The For
$25,000 was peremptorily demand |
ed, and unless this was immediate- j
ly forthcoming the children would
Pittsburg, March 10.—Alexan
der It. Peacock, formerly first vice
president of the Carnegie Sleel
Company, was recently forced to
remove his family from Lexington
avenue, this city, to (lie Holland
House, New York, to protect his
three children from being kidnap
ped.
Two
would not only lie stolon, bufcwouM /\ n
bo murdered. Tim family boc.in. And
alarmed and Mrs. Peacock Bochiik,
ill. She ami the children j The
woro sent to tlio Holland House,
Now York. |
Tlio prominence of Mr. Pea-! We
cock during the last year in (man- 1
cial affairs is believed to have sot !
tli. gang of blackmailer# after him I
Ho is estimated to bn worth .$7-, I
000,000 to $0,000,000.
a member of the Carnegie Steel
Company many years, holding the
position of selling agent. Atten
tion was attracted to him when lie
very
j Mias
I
Trio,
special train at Los- ^
Aiif'clcs, Cal., a.'id l-aml gainst |l
time across tlio country durim' tlio
Ho was '
engaged ,•
oting to
|
lie to
troubles betwooi
C.miegte and
Flick.
Ho reached the
me
Oil lime.
Mr. Peacock personally s.uvs
is not afraid of his children being 'cted
Ids
j from
j is
j to
kidnapped, hut tho strain
wife and rolalives is something
fearful.
on
who
AM US KM EN IS.
j
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
CORSE PAYTON COMEDY CO.
Corse
On Salurdav evening the
Coined v Companr closed
the first week ol ils engagement
with, crowded houses i'hts after-j
Payton
uoon the company
.*#§1
■M
ft.
Wl
X
■v}V.
"MW"'-'
.
ibis a I term urn J
presented
pan, will al.ocli.inj'e il» j,
speclalilies thU vveea. and there It
dmiUl the second week .«»';»» |
yi
m
i 4-'
& X
Wi
nd
eek's engagem *nl with "The
Planter's Wile."
"The (Jctor
The c
nient
'Fhe com pan v i
that has h.
e ol tho boat
•er appeared here ;
popular prices, and its prtrouage
has bee
de ierved.
'1 hero will be
a cha
ige of bill each
alter noon and
, j
,,
Hurgo-;
uight.
TUB ni'KOOMASl'KR.
Tho i or th coming e
age ment
the Opera I louse of "The
master" o:i Saturday March 2ffthi
will (io.iblless be hailed with sal- ;
, . i . », , , 1
\os ol delight b> countless loca* | |
theatregoers. This is a perform- j
ance whose greatness has been pro
claimed practically over Ihe cloth i
ami ore ad 111 of land. Tho book, i
by Frank Fixley, is quaint, humor
ow 3 and interesting,besides posseis
ing that clement ot historical ac
curacy in its introduction ol ch tr
actor a who live in record. Th;
musical score, by G islav Luders.
aud embracing ihirty-lhrce numbers
is stamped by universal acclaim as
the most melodiously tuneful heard
in many years, and those who are
fortunate enough to hear the score
will recognize that
master" has already achieved
spread popularity,
large
■•The Uuruo.
•ute
The cast is a
d among Hu members
will be found the well-known
oi 11. Cavvthorn, Geo. II. Broderick, f h
Kditli Yerrington, Ida Hawley aud'
a girley chorus of 50.
I
ames
The fourth anniversary ol the ! ^
Wilmington Bible Union will be
held this evening in the lecture
mom of the Delaware Avenue Bap
tiat Church, Cor. Delaware Avenue I
and Weat street, at 7.45 o'clock, j
The public is cordially invited to ,
be present.
*
worry about,—Chicago Trib-1 G
1 1
Ciiusi- of Worry.
if you worry .about •
'.V little thing, it's bound to affect
your health.
She—Yes. I know. That's
things I
Hue.
He—Yt
k
tV(
of the i
CASES IN
CITY COURT
Beiore Judge Cochran in the Mu
nicipal Court this morniog, John
Lavin was fined $5 and costs for
being drunk and disorderly.
Edward Mulvey was rated at $3
and costs.
George W. Potter was lined $5
and costs for being druulc aud dis
orderly.
Orville Calvert was charged with
trespass.
The case against Nellie John
son, colored, charged with disor
derly conduct, was dismissed.
Oita Kohler was charged with
violating the age of consent law.
He waived a hearing tor the upper
court and bail was fixed at $ 1000 .
James Cohen was charged with
violating the Pawnbrokers Act.
^ a y ,non d Russell testified to having
a hammer,.aw, two clmel.
I and two bus and received
ibin- over a dollar add no question,
asked. Cohen admitted receiving
1 lllc k°°ds. Huesell is now under
I b , ai J ,or court ,he
of larceny ol the tools alleged to
, Mva beell , olll bv hinl t0 Coh '„.
The court reviewed the testimony
and the case was held up.
some
| This evening the Christian En
deavor Society of First Preabyter
Ho >an Church, will give a M»asuring
do- Part >*' in tlle leclurc room of the
-1 f^/hL 'VrV
has been arranged anil the metn
a, j bers and friends of Use church are
j cordially invited to attend,
| following programme
wus| dered:
A me as u nog P" rt -V i« Riven lo you,
. 1 issoenetln.ignovel as well as new,
With the invitation comes a sack.Q
For use in bringing or sending
|
j
A Msasur tug Social.
Tue
'ill lie ren
back.
Measure your height on door or
ail;
Two cents for each foot you're tall,
/\ n extra cent for each inch givj.
And thereby show how high you
live.
j The ^^ ° f FlrSl Church tfct lha
Viih music and fun, refreshments
| aud pleasure.
We 'll welcome all to our party oi
1
!
I
I
measu re.
Song....
Dialogue, The Census Taker,
j Mias Ella Ruth. Miss Beta E
I son and Mr. Emerson.
.By C. E. Society
. Male quartet
Recitation. Artcmas Barilelt
Trio, Mil
MundortT, Mrs. James McMullen.
Baritone solo.Joseph Grubb
Reading.Miss Ellen Keenan
^ Soprano solo .Miss Anna Simmons
|l ,osiu *.. Male Quartet
' SingiiiB
lita Mask. Miss Mav
Not with standing all reports
to the contrary, tlio Pennsylvania
| Railroad Company's new station,
to be built in this city, will be ore
'cted on tbe site of the present
building nt Front and French
part was learned
j from nil official of the Company,
be quoted, but
j is never the less in a position
j to know. A position of the now
station will be erected on the
street,
This
who refuses t
|s mill side of the tracks where the
(Delaware Railroad office now
Nhinds, but the principle strueturo,
the site of the present
station,
mi r, >
Work on the overhead railroad
system is becoming an object of
interest to \Vi!iningtomn.:i.s and
visitors along the "Const wero
plentiful yesterday morning and
afternoon. Workmen on Saturday
on tho intersection
arch at Water and Market- streets.
1 mgaii work
I'F yc!** CIu'j f-'.iir.
Il is estimated lint 20J.) persons
atlended tin Wilmington Bicycle
Club ! a j r on Salurdav night.
The vohng contest lor Hie most
popular basket ball player look a
big lorn during the night, and it
Ho.t o' the Wilmington
and West 10ml teams going lar in
His friend*cam.* around and
over 10 *0 voles lor him.
McKay also took a strike forward
... (i siuait ol tiie Y. M. ('. A., also
J «*iiincd in strength. When the I
c i 0<e j , in SatnrJnv niulit the vote
j, 1(K>ll as (oi 0Ws: ,, uU . ,. 35 J; Mc .
K 9()!) . su ,., rl , S .S(); Kerookls,
| 51 . ( . h . |rl(ol ,, Jll; |l, cii , n a„. 15;
'i'ravuor. 11; Eaton, 5; Shaffer. 13;
Howard, 7; Ellison, 5.
resulted i
lead.
put dow
oil
in
With The AI litia.
lie First
imliii'i of thj 'j
First. HiitMiiinii lira
imr uihu
apprup. i itiim
'J'liere hub
D*1 awnio itc«iu»*Ja6 will
Hus
panics v. u«p. I sing
j talking of (orming oluhi lur t<l
going into ciiaip at s-jiuo
pinoo.
• I
A
; . ... , . , .. . r „
1 l iibwtll bo iiiHlalleil lor
| | )t i r .„in who may wls;, io
j Liou rein uc. Harry H. Huglio«, of C
P"»iv F. tm temlorod Ii h ro*igi»aLioa
i ^l' 1 r "oi, l'ii'7'V'..T"'HTt"' ' " ,VIUd
i W l0>U * '
oil
g w.ll be pbioul in posuioi
id in thmlrill hull ti.o coming w'uek
buiidli of
tlio
il
siu) ononOurs.
io
^Ui.
U.idLIh. bat
r pint
Clio .NaO.)U.tl
is
Tube Com pi
^Member* of tho Fir->C Bn tniion Athletlo
As ociation will bold a
tiny»for iha purp so .
fo .v
b a
ton reUiil'/o*
lUCll III
s highly probublo
am. As ill
hull
r.ll ha put
Hue
Entitled
Lon side ration.
'If they
to punisl) I Ik* ana v'
Ists," s
ded I Hell* A He
Sparks,
tsefill at the so
d
lake t hem
"l>.v >1
1*1 111 !
y set them
go Tribune.
lo ui
gang w
f h
I
• riioniilt! ||<* liiinv Ili*m*r,
our teacher
(.n't think
Mn
John
kid ii h
^ ol n ® 1 llf ' v * U1 '* 1 '
Ills Theory,
Philosopher- Every young man
thould have a high ideal,
Gilded Youth—That's what I say.
The girl I'm engaged to is five leet'^S
•iC'R* inches tall.—Somerville Journal.^
B
,
Could Mfimure It.
"How long was Bronson's speech?"
"J don't know. I didn't hnve my ga«
J."—Harlem Life.
You can secure hlgti grail» post Ions or
•than tlmso you occupy confident hilly
G |ro,, ifh Tlio American Employment
Agency, liooni 4. 3nd floor Almoud Build
1 ti Sth and Markot streets.
toeter witl *
i
!
METHODIST
CONFERENCE.
AH is in readiness for the open
iug of Conference at Crisfield.
For the past lew days Presiding'
ICJder Kobert Watt.of the Wilming
ton district, lias been unusually
busy looking alter his official duties
prior to the opening of Conference.
Vesterday he conferred with of
ficial members ot Kpworlh Church
regarding the appointment of u
pastor to succeed the Rev. Francis
B. Short who recently resigned.
They were unable to agree
successor so left the assignment of
a minisleV to the Presiding Elder.
Among the ministers considered
by the Kpworth folk wero'the Rev.
C. T. Wyatt, oi OhriaHeld; Rev. II.
G. Budd and Rev. Allred Smith of
Dover and Rev. L. E. Poole.
Last evening Dr. Watt preached
Brandywine Church, and then
held the lourtli quarterly confer
ence, at which importuut business
to bring to a close the church year
was transacted.
j
j
a
Dr. YY'att will
start for Crisfield on Tuesday
morning. It is expected that all of
the Wilmington pastors will make
there way to conference on Tues
day. The Delaware railroad trains
leaving French street station at It).
58 o'clock in the morning and 4.02
o'clock
the afternoon connect
with the train lor Crisfield,
The first service preliminary to
conference will be in Immanuel
Church to-morrow evening when the
Rev. F. C. MeSorley will preach a
missionarv sermon.
He was selected by the iast con
ference Is officiate at this service.
Bishop Jovcewill open the business
sesiou at *) o'clock, although there
will be a devotional service fora
half hour preceding the regular sea
aion.
The I lev. C. T. Wyatt, pastor of
The I lev. C. T. Wyatt, pastor of
Immanuel Church, in which the con
ference sessions are to be held, has
issued a statement, in which he
savs:
or
"The church will be tlio distribut
ing point. All who entertain minis
ters or delegates are requested to
send i
lha
oi
one to the church lo rep
resent that home, so that the brethren
• not be without :i guide. For the
past five weeks my dut ies as confer
ence host, have been multitudinous
and diversified, but by the
.•o-ope fa
tiou of the good people of Crisfield I
have been able to provide for the
The ladies are
in 1 m
tr.anuel Hall on Tuesday evening at I
tlie c inclusion of the missionary ser
mon. will be preached by ttie Rev.
MeSorley. an cx-puslor.
desire that all who visit Crisfield
shall have a high opinion of our town
and people an I I believe that every
thing will he done to make their so
journ pleasant. ' '
One of the most gratifying reports
■ made during the conference ses
.will be that relating to the tinaii
cial condition of the Wilmington Con- |
ferenee Academy at D iver
The Maryland Animal Conference
of the Methodist Protestant Church,
Jjn
Tncsday evening,
April 1. The Bev. l)r. George E.
Wolfe of First M. P. Church, an 1
the Bev. J. P, Nichols,of Seenccl M.
I*. Church, this city, are members of
the conference. Tue I lev. Dr. A.
D. Melvin, president of the conference
will have finished his fifth year in |
tliat, position, and his successor is to
be chosen. It islhougnt In will he
the Ilev. Dr. F. T. Little of Starr
Cmiivli, c'onlreville. The first session
April 1, will he a temperance
anniversary; April 2. morning, busi
ness session: evening, Christ ian En •
d Sunday School rally; Apr.
3. education day exercises, with the
Rev. A. E. Warfield of Laurel, pre
siding; April 4. missionary meeting,
will) the Rev. J. W. Bulderson of
Sea lord, presiding; Sunday, sermon
by the Rev. J. W. Troutof Eliza belli
N. J., followed bv ordination of new
ministers. Monday, business session;
:sday, assignment of pastors.
com mg celest ia's.
planning to give a recepiioi
1 great!)
to be
will open its annual sessions
trevilie. Md.,
T
An A|.fe 0 i si Ulevjland,
Trenton, N. J., March 10.—Tho
latest }diase in ihe ease of Murde
rer George Hettrick is a plea to
cx-Presitienl (drover ('levelaiid, of !
Princeton, to inteie.de in the inter |
cst of the ma
condemned to die
on April 4 for tlie killing of Joint:
Kraus. This request is based upon j
the accqunintanee of Hettricks n
family with Ihe former President i
while the latter was Mayor of the !
city of Buffalo.
Hettl ick's friends and relatives
are not abandoning their efforts
oil behalf of the prisoner as
day of his execution draws
I
near.
His brother, Louis, who remained
in the city, is trying to interest
people in a plan to have the sen
tence commuted to life imprison
ment by the Board of . Pa.dons.
The prisoner, himself, is taking
matters coolly enough, and gives j
'atcli no trouble at nil. He is i
il is
unaware of the project to appeal
io Cleveland in Ids behalf. Father j
Fish, of the Franciscan
visits In
College, !
every day, aud Hedrick
is becoming; deeply interested in
things religious.
!!P lloile
r.rikrd Inith.
"It Is 11
Slip a i,
. aid ha
fell
:!nd;
II
;(!psty t
0 Ve Is blind."
— Smart
I'OIXT OF VIF.W,
MATS
w
he's
man.
/. ^
,Sw
atm
X
)
that
*
and
i|
, M
(looking in
•ron'r they just
window)—Oh,
lovely for flt:y
Y.
Mamie (looMiif elsewhere) - ImleeJ
. ivially the taller out).—
gage
watch
st
fer
Chicago Bally X.«»,
!
BRIEFLY TOLD
There is No Use Leaving
Wilmington. Believe (he
Statements of Wil
mington Residents.
Endorsement by residents of Wil
mington.
Positive proof from Wilmington
people.
Can t be evaded or doubted.
Read this statement.
Mrs. Anna L. Farlian, No. 1139
Walnut street, says:—"1 employed
physicians and used many kinds of
medicines but until I saw Doan's
Kidney Pills advertised as a specific
for kidney complaint and procured a
supply at Danforlli's Pharmacy l was
unable to obtain any tiling which
produced permanent results. My
back ached and the pain frequently
radiated to the hips. In addition to
the ordinary backache due to disor
dered kidneys, a weakness of the kid
ney secret ions was noticeable Doan's
j Kidney Pills relieved me greatly. J
j keep them continually
and take a dose occasionally as 1 find
the house
they act as a splendid tonic.''
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
sole agents for the United
N. Y.
.States.
Remember the name —Doan's—and
take no other.
the
a
sea
of
he
WITH THE
GUARDSMEN.
Members of tHo companies
nrisine the J<'irst Battalion,
are
talking of forming clubs for the
purpose of going into t a up at seme
watering place.
A gong will be placed in position
at the entrance of the drill hall the
is
to
coming week. This will be install
ed for the benefit of persons who
may wish to see members.
Lieutenant Harry B. Hughes of
Company F has tendered his resig
nation to Coi. Theodore Townsend,
having removed Irom the State. He
formerly resided in Newcastle, but
employed nt the Chester
n the National Tube Coni
fa
llow i
pi a nt
I
pa uy.
Members of the First Battalion
Athletic Association will hold a
at I meeting iu a lew days for tlio pur
tre*
|
|

pose ol reaching some conclusion
relative lo organizing a base ball
team. As tlio association contains
atcrial, it is highly
some good
orohable that a team will he put in
ll;e field.
•l«Li* XVns «
Rot hern, the c<
ive t(
Coined inn.
ex
iiiltuTiiptioi
v sort.
NMUOg U
of leaving his box during the deliv
besi
as
he
in
F
* of the
actor's
speeiuies, he shouted
do v
"Hi, y
tlieri
is a»other net ?
The ofl'encler was equal to tlie
easioa, however; he lurned to tin
• and answered, cheerfully:
es--that's why I'm going!*
Oh
—Til-Ifils.
Depe min
"Do you I hink I
I'ii'euuiNfn nees.
ghi to al tempt tc
all
lie
I
bv
ply to those char
r asked the
• office.
"Wed. I hat
clreiim
It
1 hey arc fal.-c.
reply. Ihii if ihere is
1 )
•>e it would he beneath
>ur dignity to notice thei
i."—Chicagc
tv.o
and
jor
oil
lt<>lron|MM-l i vp,
i," >uid 1 he nei
'die!:
ich happiness
1)01
"f
h<
's right.
■piled the cynical
baohelor.
11 seems i he poe
whei
d
inhering happier
things.* "—f*hibicltGphiii Press.
!
|
I liink i here is
"Do v<
iy money i.i
lit era
of
Loads
if it." said l he
villi a
gmiial air of prosperity. "In fact. I
at
two
si ifv I hat I hen* is
j
n
"l -i ;
Ti
. r
specialty of designing library build*
i higs." Washington Times,
!
architect. I
An In in Im (]1 Un l>l«* Siun.
Well, what did you
husband say? Is he going to give yoi
in/
V/V
Mrs. Nayb«>r
the dress',
.1
.Mrs. Ncurbye
v did y<
know
I had asked him?
Mrs. Naylmr |
n Id n't help notic
ing the bad humor he was in when he
\X7
V\
I'les
arted
vork this ....
olio Standard and Time.
ig. -C'nth
Hupid Chimne of Him).
' (i
W
Mrs. De M
This is the music;
' got inti).
ighl
•hood l
.lust hear those chil
j
i
iflt
" "
dull
Maid The
mum.
childers,
j
Mrs. Dr Mi.vpr- Arrrtirv? I!
v the
them
little darlings i
! selves!--Tit-Bits.
\Y
I VV
lie ( oilId |»■
if.*," he
vp It.
said proudly, "e:
l)t*:iii.
'My
any woman j
earth. '
Why, n
i," exclaimed the other
v slit; tells every*
fell
hi
W
thing she h
"Well, isn't that what I said;
Baltimore News.
Draper
W
OucNlion of I.
•nllty.
What is the dilVererice be
tween a
being drunk and being
intoxicated?
Egbert- Well, if he's in \ow York
he's drunk; if in Boston lie's inU
cated; that's all.
man.
ri
Yonkers States
let
CmvinKM.
"Goklslnllicrs is going to put up a
cottage for his wife in southern
California."
"What for?"
"Well, she wants another place
that she will get tired of living in.'*
—Puck.
* The Othello Range, Johnson 'stith
and King streets.
\\j
\Y
or
or
street.
A N
but
SISU03
L
full.
kee,
A Heavy Loss,
often hoar IL said ff misse l
JtOO, Buy
Mitchell's. Seventh nd Poplar
Never loses time* Only fl.00
Y.
en
gage meat, c
watch at
st reels,
fer woek.
Elgin
H
Century
i
ITEMS FROM
NEW CASTLE.
Now Castle. De!., March 17.—
nnewslls do not a prison make,
Nor iron bars a cage:
Minds that are pure and g-jntie take
These for a hermitage.
For dearer the grave or the prison,
Illumed by one patriot name:
Than the trophies of those who have
risen
On Liberty \s ruins to fame.
St
Wil
of
a
My
to
J
Exiles from the gem of the ocean
today can surely recite tbe above
lines in all truth and sincerity.
Hounded down like wolves and perse
cuted with the iron heel of oppres
sion, Irish men and women left that
land of the Shamrock and sought a
home in the land where the winds of
freedom blow. That is why those
citizens, of Irish birth and descent
today celebrate individually and col
lectively the feast of the patron
saint of Ireland• Members of Divi
sion No. 3, Ancient Order iiibcrians,
will celebrate the feast this evening
in the second story room of the K. of
P. hail.
The funeral of Cranston Hun
ter took place yesterday after
noon from the residence of his broth
the New
!•
l
cr, Coleman Hunter.
Castle Ave
tended. The O. II. assembly, of
wilful: lie wan a member, attended in
a body. Services were conducted at |
the house by Rev. William (i. Komis f
assisted by members of the choir. |
Tlie inierment was made in the M.
E. Cemetery. The lloral tributes in
cluded a handsome pillow from the kf
O. P. II. Assembly. 'Flic pallbearers
were Charles 10. S. Munson, Harry
Ahern, Wilbert Meredith, Ozro Hunt
George Barr, and John Bridgewater.
Friends or the deceased from Wil
mington, Chester and Philadelphia
were In attendance a! the funeral.
In accordance
and was largely
a> -
|
itli I ho usual cus
tom, Ancient Order of Iiibcrians at
tended first mass in a body yesterday
The members met in their headquar
ters and from there marched lo the
church with Matthew Sullivan, Dan
i.'l O'ish and Archie Watson, as mar
shal and aids. Ilov. Edward J,. Ihady
preached an interesting sermou
St. Patrick,
A conference anniversary service
was held in Nazareth M. E. Church
last evening, the pastor, Bev. W. G.
Koons presiding. Reports showed
that every department of the church
is in good condition. Reports were
made from the Sunday school, the
Kpworth League, the Woman's Mis
sionary Society, Women's F
Missionary Sscicty, Women's Chris
tian Temperance Union, Mi to Society
the choir, tho trustees, the stewards,
the pastor, Rev. J. M. Wise, local
preacher, and Mr. E. T. Deakync,
exhorter, A total of .$2,40^ was
raised for all purposes during the I
year.
The Philadelphia Press savs
If Willi*
Button's recollections
as to dates are anywhere near right
he Is, doubtless, die oldest
ingin this State, ir not iu tho United
States, lie says he was
in New Castle, Del., in 1787.
He was 28 years old, lie says, when
the battle of New Orleans was fought
and he loves to tell how the
listened eagerly for every scrap of
information relating to General An
drew Jacks
hv
u a slave
who was the idol cf
all the planters.
When he was live, years old Hatton
was sold to Michael'King, and eight
years later to Kettle Sutton Next
lie was sold lo James Miles, and
I lie latter's plantation he met Ins
mother, who had also been purchased
bv Miles.
MliAI.
Button was sold to Major Beyhold
who owned him for n Ion
While on the Key bold place Button
married and was the lather of
tv.o children, both of whom are slid
living. The older is 80 years of age
and the younger 78.
He got his freedom while with Ma
jor Beyhold and tells i
guage how lie was allowed four years
oil his service after a light
owner.
l i mo,
as
Cl
]u.li 11(. lau
-it.h his
He lived in Wilmington for
many years and was the father of
thirteen children. Hie wife died in
1808.
PINI;
OAK
He has been married three
l savs he is Luc father
He has fortv
times since ;
of sixteen children.
Geo.
grandchiidren
grcat-grandcliildrci),
great-great-childrcn.
id man, who is feeble and
failing fast, lives with his daughter,
at No. 210 Warnock street.
two
twenty-seven
aud eighteen
The
L»u
in/ II.UAM ZOLPh'R.
V/V Fimt ciiiH* tuiiur
Willi
repaim- <>|
iu VV)hniu*i:t(.]trtvery day
~'S.i WilniOiKtoi). or i-i*si
i a I
A<Idrcss l>. ii
M*. lilktiiJU, Mil.
.1
\) a\thi».
\X7 ANTEU KVI'.IIVWHKU1S—HL'STl.I
V\ to tuck Hisriis. Uislributo c'rculaiN.s
I'les Rlc; riooanviissins;, ooocl
vcitiHiiiK hurean. Chicago.
S I
!
)<l
ANTED-1M?l KDIATKLY KMKRUBT
W
n -1
ipuiiv. * 1 .'
ikly
l
-begin,
i'll iiiMiih
lo,-*,.« liioag
i
-.I.) If
iflt ANIKU -Wui.K OK ANY KIND. I
" " a-isinud nifioing. driving etc- e 'I ia
dull s Court
4-1 Tiiylor m*
nilo-:a*
I'AIN'I Kits!
in 14 .t
\Y A
NTKI) - TWO
M. uelufluvi*. Ohusiur i
/.CH
I VV A K
a km .
■ i ■
' KD & \.
l)t*:iii.
Ijlioilf
j
•'.D—T\V
.ore:
M BN
•in, A l-ily T- T. Mol<
W
• a :. 11
-WHITE (41|;L KOI: (ir.NEU
f»e.vor.i. Apply
*h , "(JIG West 10th
V\
Draper Ui tnc
W
IK:- HI-:i.P H'KNIrtll
to : U)
'stau rant)
a. Apply )il\Viltmug
bUo thlplb
it
W'S!
— HOUSEKKI.PEK. SET
woman bj t ween ike ng.
. wit bout . ncninbi uncy
cr r tfltl party. Address 10.
[)
I of ;
ri
.'(1$
AN TED-1
i of bookkeeping, short hand and type
r; .st»to age, expeneuou
•xpeeted. Atklres; Mor
A
>i :S A YOUNG WO
let
1 thi *o«:o
till
\\j ANTISD-SKCONDll AND FUHNII'UI.E
\Y NVe buy carpets, stoves, ontiro bouse,
or part, also good cast olf clothing. Call on
or rnmd postal card to Maliou Dtjs. 5UJ K:u^
street. Delhi, phguo 1 Mi. P & a ; 109 A,
__ N tf
A N INFALLIBLE METHOD OF OPE BAT
ing In StnckH.Uraiu and c'otton; strange
but true; for partlcu'ara address Am. in
SISU03 Co., Provident Bldg , Philo., Pa.
w 8 H*
L adirb-ourharmleTs1iemr"dy for
dolaytd or .suppressed Period; can not
full. U'lalljoj, Paris Chemical Co., iMIlvau
kee, njs. _ m!5: '
li $J:i WEEKLY GUAI.'aTT
uunooefcsary; enclo-e
c., uddr_n-s Jj*.Ii
5 I.*
OME
teed, (
H
Century Co., Toledo,
L

i
C AI.'Ef-i.'L ATTENTION GIVEN ALL
in our Opilcal Department.
aii Expert Optician give* Free Examination.
J °u you just what ynn need ia the way of
UI-'hhim- nr perlmpb lel.L you that you don't
i lit all—ami uuy work that,
guarantee siltislactory.
.1 the
do '
Harry E. Tkmasfi Co.,509 Market St.
• f
tit use men fa
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
corse
PAYTON'S
COMEDY CO,
SEVEN MOKE
Hatinees and Nights;
... COMMENCING
Monday March 17th, 1902.
n ATI NEE
J'leseutlng tho following Jteporiaire!
• The riuuter'-i Wife
• ••• The octoroon
. ? Fuiimaii
.iie«l«v nnjUt.Huzel Kirk..
\v mutinoe. .'ilia ProiliKal Danirhler
W'idiitjMl.y nitflit . Til. Two UrpkWM
I hursdey oiiutneo.Wealth and Poverty
llmrsdjiy night. Thy i: U! i 1 H fu
!• inlay iuaKim-o .Hazel Kirho
l 'riuuy night..The Three .Mas.'tvtren*
Sillurany nmtlnec— . I'aHsio.i's Hluva
Saturday night .Tho l^iiv cr
Alomiuy matiuoH....
Mon Hay night .
An Hntire Change
evouings. ID*; , ;
Moudav ivuUnee.
M
lav Hi
■j
lay
...lint
.I'Jwt Lyuiirt
iltr Kentucky iiumti
|
f
|
kf
f .'.'pociahies.
IT
I'
| )OUK3'iT
MONIt
it!•*. WKIGHT HUNTINGDON & CO.
adklk uimvis oN in
: I.I»Y A; lioo.
THO MR,so:
MUl.'FHl
A OK ITS
AJwuy . tlio Hliow in Town
• . MACK ANT \ u
Get Hi<> «
iNCK, pro
Moiher-lu
SY
T. SU'D A
? ANDREWS
.... * NOLAN
HUM KS, Ituti.S AND l.EVVI S.
n, U ij i
tiruooii'i
Always Somethin' Doin' a! tba
FAIR
OF THE
Wilmington Bicycle Club,
at Cycle Academy,
INCLUSIVE.
See (lie Cycle Whirl.
Three Men a Bowl,
The Best Attraction
Ever (jfferd.
ADMISSON
19 CENTS.
FINANCIAL
the I
RUNTS COLLECTFD
AND
of
PROMPTLY REMITTED
ON.
THE TENTH BAY
Ol
EACH MONTH.
cf
MliAI. tiSTATIi Dl.PARTAlFiN T
The Equitable
(Juarantuc ami
Trust Company
Mintii a nd MaikeCts
Wilmington,
Del.
THE FUEL YOU WANT
COAL
WOOD
GOOD
Cl LAN
PURL
PUT IN
wrruoij r
ANA DIRT
PINI;
OAK
li.CKORY
SANVI'D
IN LHNGTS
TO SLIT
C ANNUL COAL FOR (1RAT l S.
Geo. W. Bush & Sons Co.,
I RUNCI1 ST. WHARF.
L»u
i—-0 Jc A.
JKOU KKNT.
on ItKVi - |J HOO.U lto
• A |»|)ly
AT -1
'lilt
1 -
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El
11 ;H
n
dm House, aim'ev
t. m la-lit*
Ja °i)i.th, Iso.
IX noun liou:
WITH
at *n
Ifi iveiH.mgli,
• Apply
I SUi Shipley str
11
; 111 -
T-KAU
Win. Kyle, u
! b
S. A I*
i>iy
■a . Del.
in liMUI.
... B. V
oi
A v'KKS Al)
rr-tc
th
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UH'i: KKNT-I A
Jc (trsnogueslu
\ 1C
Audroi* o ra
j 1 i
Ti'l HN'sHI'.D KOOMS.&l AND 4lh KI.OOI.'S
J? \vit!i nr witliuiu bourU, ii Hrrie.l oii|j 1 >m
cr grutleiueu. Apply No. b West .
UK If EN T —TH V
b
Oi. -J'W
s ronv
1 bail ling No. TUiAV.
* UilllGSl 1
, smt.iblj
■. Suiloii, 1UJ.) Wos6
')«• Applv
Elglilh h! re
lit
Nk
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•in
.i.v
I UIMIKD
T
olllw*
C/ ia.euu»ati*in,
Li.Ilt.algrtiaery, u
,t i.t
•Ji ml
». P,»
roll SALE..
oi: ha i do--m
L'uH SAI.E
l 1 cirtors.
O.UiT IN GOOD OliDEIt
tract. ml4 if
Dili W-4 4-I'OlNT ANN UN*
Addnsi. Anuuucluton, this of.
ImUtf
.'Oi: SAI.K—TI!AT NEW
1 lie r
D L-EM a a
oet; lot
-11. IlolVeekvV,
LI ly to J;
. Jr., la
Buildtutf, \Vjl., Del
J*' eod tf
Al
I.UUI1UK WINDMILL AMH
■uia city watei
nil s* Jl cheap. Apply
Kiutt
Vet.
ml2-:m*
B oarding- pleasant rooms jron
buuduijj al ou7 Market st, mlft-Jtr
S ToHAGE -A tnin'Ko AMOUNT
houtrtiiold Koodi will bJ taken
age at roosouahie rate* at alatket a
*ud floor. Apply at «tc*ro.
oi
ml
1/GGS—BAlthED R CKS (HONTAPg
JL stratu)White VVyamtoucs(Duston strain)
rt [i-.-r, 1L'. Onk Spring Poultry Farm, Wil„
Del. Box 170. ml3
II
\JOTICE-lF MRS
Al will send her i;
JOSEPHINE FISTKRfl
lo i'. if. box iKiij
uetbtu^ to bur ad
iu 15 Jt
;dUi*«
UI., Pel .
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