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| >wtJ n i: , g m#;* «<#,'*$& '*?pr&&P r *%y }V n" ,1 'i H, 4 X i J ■■ ONE C ENT WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1902. ONE CENT [DIAMOND BACK / TERRAPIN. *X Trenton, N. J., March 25.— A little diamond-back salt water terrapin caused South Jersey to be agitated today. Governor Mm- pity lias New Jersey at his feot in an m-grment whether to issue ex tradition papers winch will send six Jersey fishermen to Delaware to undergo trial. Before acting the Governor re-1 ii ceived n petition signed tiy tho -«ieading residents of Cedavvillo, requesting that he refuse the re juest of the Delaware authorities while on the other side the officers ... . ,iiii fu of the law argue that tho follow ing Jerseyites have violated thfi| Delaware statutes and should l)o delivered to them for justice:W. S. ,, -i -«j r Moore, Raymond Moore, L. D., Newcomb, Horace Blizzard, ofj Cedurville, and Alfred Bradford, ■nd John Bass, of Newport. mi 1 • 1 . it; A/iv.wild the lnston of this leiraptn Case is known to every one in South Jersey. In April, 1001, Moore and his sou Bavimmd . . , . • caught several terrapins on the! Delaware shore lor a meml who was ill. Having a surplus, they disposed of them to Carl Newcomb _i.,. .11 1 r.. rpi who st.n teil. Ici 1 . 1 p 1 nl.il in. Moores say (hoy knew nothing ofi a clause in tliu Delaware statutes which says that only Delaware' i (residents' are allowed to o itelt. /La , ... • 1 . " P** 6 w ' Hl 11 h « 1 ' ^<"t0 iboundurv. Ncvcrtlnucsv it leak ed out, and Fred Uonnor, the 'could v game, warden, was sent by Ui. k./ 1 it- 1 tnentate 1* si a id (ramo Lnmmis-, and 7 / / # 1 l I \ I l (} i bion to investigates ilia ease. |t Acting on Comiuis iiivostigation v v Sliciitf NVilli ini K Heml >Detective I*. JI Newcombs .1. f-'Uo eieiliseatml little caused his arrest. indn.slrv and Iu the trial which followed the jury disagreed after being out thirty hours. And ' 'it was during this hearing that 'the Moores, Blizzard, Bradford and Bass bec&nit involved by tes tifying that they, too, had frequent Jy caught the elusive terrapin in l|he Delaware, ignorant of the law. Sheriff Reedy, of Kent county, who A . I has added another ; l Delaware, promptly swore out a warrant foi their arrest, and the sextette enter ed bail. present, vus P j Kewcoml chapter tu the ease by bringing a, cross suit against Messrs. Conner I join and Hmdoe, claiming S10-, Of Ht damages (or their confiscating j t ibis proper! v, which suit is now ' 1 , ■ , ,, pending in the Supreme Court, awaiting Governor Murphy's de- j vision. | Defective Francis reached here; i . , , .... last liiglit "till tho requisition pafiers lor tho nien from (lover HOI' liilun. Jt is tlm Jersey Association that is fighting the six Jersey ilien. : I Huutiiiv; F»r lnfonn itiun Milieus Lee of Toronto. Canada, j visited Insurance ('ummisiiotier ! Marshall at Milford, this iiiMriiing| lor the purpose ol obtaining iinforiua-j lion regarding the commercial Fire! Insurance Company that had oitioos at No. S;:h Market .Street tliiscilv. i Mill iid fie came to YViliiiing tail Mid call-'ll up -11 Mimliall Slum. Hr. l.oe ..la'e.l fiu iC|»ic»i!iitc<l a Can •Ulan Company lliaf had pakl mmioy , lulu t he < Miunercial and like to find assetls to meet claims. There sue a number of claims li'ed In »h« United hi.lies Cullrl against the Conip my but the Marshall hue any assails on I \ mild ' bee: Lee heid a Iciil' IIiv j winch to evy. Mr (MiiKuliulion with Wild; G- M.tilallV ' u periiaps instituted ■gainst llic ull.ee. s ol Iho i o:np.my. pome action is liable lu be taken hi lbe vase. and Mr Lee slated that could be a criminal action could I. .•►o ll.t-ro the incqicMlial incl.cn of i.nving made: twn nvw reenreis < n In.suwn marl in a, many .lay* <m .Sunday lie covered tlic s'. I nn.es beiwevn Itrnad street Suten, luUacIphlii. I'a., and dvr-, he.hnn n l" ir"ni"«'r l 'n Y' tC nT I tin . ' i r i 0 „ CC0 , d . S ,01 " l in? m „ ^ 1 ,#J i minutes. j .Y!nk tig Fa.'. '* ii Not con ten l itii having brjkcn Ihe record for fast lunniiig between IMiila. and New York / Sundav, | President .Y. J. uosaU, of the IV ia Kailio.id, repeated tho per-, • vl v; fo.manee vcslcjdav. ami SEASHORE RESORTS. SEASHORE RESORTS. * ATLANTIC CITY N. J ATLANTIC CITY, N J, HOTEL STERLING, Ocean End of Kentucky Avenue, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. LOCATED CONVUNIENT TO 1'IUKS AND CASINO. Ccnsli noted of blou- tml Er t h,—Fili proof. r CM , STIiAM HI-AT F.LECTRIC LIGHT ELEVATOR. ItOdtns . ■ iiiti 1.' op mi Munv I vtvillu Biiili^. LLXL'RIOLS APPOINTMENTS AND ELEUANT SEHVICE AT MODEUATE PRICES WM. I. FINCH, Owner and Prop Write for liookict and .Special hipriug ltule-i. 10] 1ELEV »r . v ireets all iTutiriotoi a, * t*EO, BEW. AVON INN Near Lench, Virginia nvenue. Euu pai-idl'H, Lai lit*, elevator, Mean) heat. Jiecial Euslur rules. ^10 pm wOeu up JA31E5 L. BAUTU. A STRIKE IMMINENT Great Miners' Struggle of 1900 May Be Repeated, MINE WORKERS ADOPT ULIIMAIOJI j Oiiermor. n.rn.e <ii<- iir«n.«i of «>«•••-» * | ft Knl ' S „ AM , M ,' lr , h 23 ._ UnleF8 , thc efforts of lbe CMc Mention an* j effective with the coni operators it is I wore thnn likely that a repetition of tll <' "trnwile of l»0O will occur in tlic 1 anthracite region. Iu that year 140, 000 employees of the anthracite mines were out on strike for six weeks. The ■ Cou j convention of districts X 03 . J, 7 nml n, Hulled Mine Worker, of America, ".lo'-hUlsIriets comprise the entire an thru cite field, lias made a provisional strike declaration, leaving the date to l»e decided by tho executive boards of I th p three districts. This wus practi | ca ' l - v lh " '""J offlnul uf ''f gates, and the convention adjourned BilM , m,, The mloplion of the resolution 0011 - talalnK tho ultimntum of the mine workers was followed h.v a scene of euthiiBinsni, and the opera house i. nlls y V itli rii« ac-c-lniui<Uoiin of the side- | gutes, who with lusty cheers approved | the work of the special resolution emu. mlttee nml ekprussed their eonHdcace I in President Mitchell Th( , n . oul jll( , fll . st B( , B . I S j oll s i low ,. t , a disposition to insist on I an adjustment of the mine workers' Krlevnuees. but the delegates were will ing lo i'ellii.|iiish the c|tiesliim of ree iMoll lirov | d i llg lu01 . 0 ialBol - tul)| t . OIK .,. ssio , 1H "wore granted. This ! i„ c t Is evidenced in the resolution adopted, which states ns the chief do " !autla !l sh, "' lP1 ' '™ rk 11 minlinui" 1 wage sonic, :» uniform increase in j wa * rs , M(I weighing of .•o„l wher j wrr praotieabU* The Civic federation is regarded by R 10 delegates as the last Id. pc of tho mine workers in their demands for im , .... . , proved conditions, and the gravity ol the situation is manifest iu the words free to say that to mo a strike seems immi nent." 'The molution adopted was the result of a differ delegates as lo the methods to be pur sued in enforcing the mine workers' demands. Resolutions had been pre sented to the convention for all of the or lbTslilent Mitchell, "l of opinion among tin* districts, hut none of them wus natis factory to the entire body of delegates. It was then decided to place the matter in the hands of President Mitchell and thc district presidents and vice presi dents. Before completing tho draft of the resolution President Mitchell tele graphed the presidents of the coal cur rying roads, making a lust appeal for u conference. He received several repli which was from President Baer of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron company ami all of which refused the representatives of the response. The text of tlie replies was not made pub 4, one of NEW XOlUv, Mimli ii. (iovernor od( , n . 1]Tiv ,, tl from Albany at nan o'clock Iasi evening nml went lo the Fifth Avenue hotel, where fa- was met "- v I '" w ' wl '° 11,111 in 'spouse to a dispatch from the goveni ot .- g s< . m ,|)iry. The governor and the mayor remained in consultation about fifteen minutes, when the hitter depart ril Governor Odell said to a reporter, to union. Olliers made lie. 1 have eonie down to attend tin 1 mili d shall return lo tary tournament Albany tonight." tho Gudon-Diko contest, ho When asked about eplied. "I have nothing to say exoopt that done everything that it was neeessary y or , U( . f () iu the atler." Alaliiitiin »«ro l.ynolivd. TROY. A hi.. March 25. Bill Zigh*r. a 1 lynched about eight | negro. Inis bcci mills below this ,.,1 W jjj gil -|. „l,us-iiunn-is willibold. ^,, ,,r,-li;,*i ii.-i rv lii'iirfitiv anil Bl .„iul Jury. Tho ( - miio vviiio. I The ue- [ tv Ho whs chiirg ith tile prison upowired by llm mob. orom-r's jury reiulHird sheriff started to low verdict I'lie that the no • m bis death at the Iimii( 1*1 of unlit Timber nittl (mil I.hikIn Male. 11, HTTSltl.'RG s' lb q„, jnirehase of 25 ,n U | timbei* land in Virginia near the u>( ., virghilu line, flic <l-nl involving M v i;.. s *stcall. Pa., lias closed lores of coal T. wnst'inl. Del.. M.ovh Tin forg.' I.'.uu »nthe farm nf Charles i t.mwUml, ..ear iouniaeml, was do- , sMujcil >) Inc tins .llU'iniinii. Git- i less is sln'Kl, J here tva» no insurance. Hurdwdi Ulood .'tillers gives a man ] ac car le ad, an active Inain. aslroi.g vlguioiis bodr—makes him lit tor the I baU | t . of jj^ j an expenditure of nbout $500,000. Mr. Sykes represented enslern men in ihe ileal, the options having been obtained about four mouths ago. As s railroad which i the property a jiiine will he opened am the timber cut. projected taps til. v:i>oJ tarn B.i.i THE SAVOY Cb«! ~ na The London Steam Cleaning and Scouring Co. ttcoda coil**d fur autl del i ven d. We make Bpeciuity ot t.idica' U.irnii uts. No. 124 KING STREET. mfa-Jm amusements. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. A NIGHT AROUND TOWN. Had the fire which destroyed the Orpheon theatre In Chicago recent ly, came one day later, IheOpbeon Extravaganza Company would have played ita five hundredth perform ance m that house, the longest that any musical orgaaizatioo has ever played io that city. The day after the fire management of the com pany which had built up such a large and faithful patronage began the plans for a new home which is already in course of construction. Until it is completed the Orpheon Company will make a tour of the entire organization, special scen ery, costumes, and chorus of forty girls. It will be seen here at the Grand House on Tuesday night. caI ctlllers »»d lh# lii^h regard in which Signor Giu.eppe Oreatore, tl>« director, is held by the great musicians of Italv lias enabled Man ager ICIlery tu draw upon the price le: > 3 libraries of that country, addition to the great Italian operas an(1 masterpieces which compose a i, air portion of the program., a suf heient number of popular selections of the dav and marches arc always inserted to make every program of interest, not alone to those who arc bul ,0 oiiicrs as will. CREATORE'S ROYAL BAND. In Thu library of the Royal Italian band, which cornea to the Opera House on to-morrow and Thursday nights is the most expensive baud library owned in America to-day. It is ol remarkable value and its variety is simply immense. A great er part of it was gathered from Rome and Naples and other Italian musi FINNIGAN'S BALL. Wit and linmor galore will be found in ''Finnigan't) Ball" which will be seen at the Opera Mouse on Friday night. Instead ol merely brushing up and renovating the play, it has been entirely re-written this season, and is now up-to-date. Kearney & Ryan's comechans is this season thc liveliest, wittiest and prettiest collection of singers, dancers, clever comedies and grace ful girls that has ever been enga ged for this farce comedy. THE BURGOMASTER. Don't be surprised if tv lie porlant business is racking your brain, your oiiice boy nml clerk, in quartette fashion, should try lo kill time and incidentlv your nerves with the airs uf ''The Tale Of The Kangaroo," and "We Al ways Work The Public,'' and if when you arrive home your wife should lovingly greet you humming "Love Can't Say No.''or "I Drink From My Heart to Von," or your daughter should waltz in singing ••The Bathing Girls" or "Merely a Matter ol Form" and while at sup per your son should break out whistling "Dear Old College Days'' or "We're Civilized Now" and while quietly perusing your paper after supper your mother-in-law should carroling "The pounce Modern Gladiator" or "We Haven't Discovered Him Yet" and numer ous oilier people should whistle, numerous oilier up ical gems, don't blame them, blame Manager Bavlis oi the Opera House who has book ed the master'' lor Saturday night. steal comedy "The Kurgo THE WAY OF TL1E WORLD. Mr. Edmund Liston, who will be CM v vie Fitch's ul a v "The •een Way o! TT:e World,''at the Opera House ou next Monday son ol the American Consul at Ja ght is the 1 | inaica. iu the West Indies* At thc I coocltuiou ol the present theatrical [ ® eason * Hr. Liston will set sail I or home, and will spend the summer months with his parents. Mr. L!s to the I .Tiled Statci in the Fall, in tune for ilie com mencement ul tiio Theatrical sea ton will I'^tur sou. 1 J ; | IKX'KSTADERS. The bill which opened for the week at DocUstader'» veuterday a ii d John presented many new dunces, some very clever performers. Many .mi & Company presenting "The Man Next Door," the well known Smcillc-y .Sketch Club offer- • '"K lllc pnD'vt.c bil of acting " file j Little Mother 'I lie Franchonetti Sisters, Wal/. A. Aide! I a, the Bur- ■ toii-Lowanda-Wilson circus, l-Nlwin 1 and Kutliaryne Doageu. atul Jnclc > anil tiara i.ynua. are those who contribute. 'The first named pro i a »j , h , latter i. a.i .n'.uwiallr tail , woa , an< illut ln i„ hl be stated' «|th ' i equal truth, uu exceptionally grace-1 : ,, ul haoa80me one . Their I ] a!iclcl1 ancl U I0 one ol Wulz Jk-\r. i! tl,:llil !»rov=tl very interesting and I ,la# warm| y applauded. Thel j Mmedlcy Sketch Club is probably thc feature of the bill. "The Lit . ... ! llc ; peals to meet everyone, and has much that is good in it. The Bur ton Low a nda-Wilson aggregation Is j a circus in miniature, and is said i to please the children. Tile tli ice Franchonetti Sisters, who by the 1 way comes from thc "Fiddle-da De«" conipani', New York, intro dut-e a dancing act. The Deagou s offer a new con.edy and tho Dyuns present a sketch introducing popti lar songs, etc. CarU ot I hanks a .VEIi oe, wishoi torotnrn her iiu ()i!isuns who bur, Iho day rbo niut with East Sovouth it:vet. Dr F.lle^ood s Fu.icral Thc funeral of Dr. Robert G. Eilc good, of Concord, took pi aco yester day and was one of ihe largest funer als seen in Sussex County iu many y-cars. Inter Miss S' trruioi ul Appri'r'.hition. wei» kind tu > ihj ucclihmton it wa« mada at Joed. Tho * iSfto?ai'or^oSn C cI:Ti* , ifoii*y, son or Comptroller Kelley, of Middle town, took place yesterday. Inter ment, was made at St. Georges Come 1 ely Tlic pull bearers wero his six ^ cousins, Fred It., 0. M.ewart, John C WHIiam D., EdniatJ. and S. liar-1 t ringlon Clark. I Paine's Celery Compound HIS THE APPROVAL ADD INDORSE KENT OF THE BEST PEOPLE AS A LIFE GIVER. Ho Other Spring M dicins Can Givj Luca Cheering and Happy Re sults to Sick and Diseased People As spring ushers in, the physically weak, sick, and diseased realize that their condition is one of extreme dan ger. It is a well known fact that while the trees bud and dresi anew, thousands of men and women are cut off by thc common diseases of life. This fact should arouse the attention of the ailing and sick to the fully of understanding and neglecting the ills that make life miserable at this sea son. The use of Paine's Celery Com pound at this time will save many a precious life. The great compound equalizes and calms all the nervous tissues and induces the body to take on firm and solid flesh. It purities the blood, as is plainly shown by the rapid clearing of the skin of all evi dence of bad humors within; it regu lates the organs of digestion; it gives natural sleep and sweet rest. All our best physicians recognize Paine's Celery Compound as the one scientific spring remedy, and it is un jiversally prescribed by them wherever there is need or a vigorous and prompt restoring to health and strength. The use of one bottle of Paine's Celery Compound will bring the happiest re sults to all weak, broken down, and despondent sufferes, and will quickly banish the fears of doubters and believers. Paine's Celery Compound has the approval and indorsation of clergy men, professions 1 men generally, judges, members of parliament, mer chants, and the best people. Test its virtues, dear sufferer, it cannot dis appoint you. Liamond Dyes .iS!55,d5»wil* Tr.nity Church Services Services daily at 5 I*. M. ex cept Wednesday anil Thursday will he held this week in Trinity Episcopal Church. The animnic atiou of the Blessed Virgin Mary, was held at 0 o'elockjlhin morning, Tho services for tho remainder of the week will he as follows; Wednesday, 7.45 p. in., prepar ation for the Easter Communion; Maundy Thursday, 11 a. m., Holy Eucharist; Good Friday, 11 a. m. Matins, Lilauy and alter services; AMO ]). in. passion service and meditation; 7.45 p. in., .ending of the Passion, music hy tho vested choir; Saturday, Easter-even, 5 p. m., evening prayer and holy baptism. Voting Man K4Ii*d Andrew .Roberts, aged 17, was killed tills morning in the upper Bancroft Mills, by being squeezed between ;i heavy car and the lloor. He was taken to his home at No* 10!) East Ninth Street. Building Inspector Cassidy (his morning, issued a permit to Peter F. Martin to erecl. four two-story houses on Fifth Avenue, between Coleman and Brown streets to cost £1,400. ik nt Keryuaim's 13 Must SocikhI Bt, Talniag: Dangci-ously III ngi.im 1 >. 'i'ai ill a ilu with irrip. lie was soks 11411 iu thu City thu lnjijs jouracy homo niiiito liiin worst). Ilin lhro:i'-iroublo hus btiuomo acuta tl ul* i:iL* his recent att»*k of grip, nml the netlou of hid hemt has causcil al 1>. C.. March 2t.-Kev. T. ^erouJly ill at- Ills died about Wadiiui l)o)\ i t i < d 1)01 Mexico, and o 'I'aliiiage Wyekoff, of Iihaca. N. Y., had so! April 9 tali .Mbs M l Cl Ml!MCI) l Tho invi •ibution, ed it I ng day s, although ready for ili tolled. have not yet b Krad C. Mamnv'K 15 Kust 4M) strojt. has new color cirds out. for p.iinls; fall nr phnio*, f«>r fuinplo i prompt uttention. t.ctitrs Of Ircorporali n. .losi.ili Muvil >r!il let tors of iiicoi'poiMlioii to Dovof, this morn in ,<*, for the J.elum & it you will luce' . ( A Ilf iqilO ( oliipflllV, ill Btllfl mort . J|,|. ('.ipitilj stock » i i o i i \i ( | 0() 1,11(1 1,10 Sll( , j)lt;iI'd ( iMUJUlliy of Pllilil <K'l!>1 1 i 1. ( -niiita 1 StoVlc §10,000. 1 Two Alt*a at c- ed. I > 0 «.-he»t V was S U' p*!* 1 to- (lay oil thr chlirj?n ot larceny oi lumber, Miller WHS ill'iwti'tl veslel'iliiv ' ... 1 ?. ' bailoe of it ring, 1 In rrv (1. US Mr. Y mm", of tlw* local ('ivil Service Hotml, held im t-x:i m i . , , ,. . , 11 «ltloll to-ilny inr llll('i'|ff'fut*r, for the imigrutioii service one •in|)]L»*mt <l "» yvjis oxaniined. LucretJa C. Allen of New Jersey ca ile t at the Republican Otlice Ibis morning His father's estate helil a judge mant ., honakl, nf $45,000 against tlie Charles U'iliiama-Kilwards, which the .Sherilf Sale wiped out. i IliK <>nine UaK'gvil BOSTON, March 25.—Frtul Miller and Buxton. ire under nrrest lien*. Frank Myers ;iiid tho Boston iiollee believe they have the principals in several big burglaries. Both of tiie prisoners are said to be Sing Sing convicts and are classed as desperate housebreakers. In dress suit eases which the men carried were-two loaded revolvers, n burglar's jimmy, n quantity o£ silverware, clothing and ..... Gaswitt a no Mi or flying trip across New jvstenlay and illpiied a mlmile 10111 hi® °wu best time, the record Tor tlie roart ' n, ' " ent ,lle dl "tance ht "' c0 " " llK '' lt} ' " lld FtiitaJelphla, Dlne mik's. lu seveolv-niue miuutcs, e. railroad WILMINGTON CONFERENCE. Crfeficld, Md , March 24.—At the business session of the Wilmington Conference of the Methodist Episco pal Church this morning Bishop Joyce was requested to appoint Kev. 10. C. Guerfield conference evangelist. Itcvs, Adam Sfengle and C. W. 1? re. tty man were excused from further attendance on the conference Tile name of W. R. Gwinn was called, and after representation lie was admitted on Ids certificate of location given by the Baltimore Con ference in 18H0.' The relation of Kev. P. If. Kuwins was changed from supernumerary to effective and the conference requested Bishop Joyce to appoint him agent of the Steward's Endowment Fund. Kev. J. It. Todd was gran ted a loca tion at his own request. The relations of G. W. Bowman and James Crowe were changed from effective to supernumerary. The relation of J. T. Van Burkalow was changed from effective to super mi mera'v. Kcvs. T. E. Mart indale, 10. II. Nelson and J »S. Willis were appointed to prepare a suitable minute in recognition of the services of Rev. Van Burkalow. O. T. Ray nurd was called. The committee on ministerial qualifica tions reported and lie was received on trial. The name of Jesse C. McCoy was withdrawn at his own request, and the presiding elder was given permis sion to employ him as a supply and credits for examination were permit ted on the registrar's book for future reference. The aggregate of the benevolent collections ordered by the |General Conference treasurer, is 133,517. In addition $20,480 for the Conference Academy debt was raised, making a total of $00,000. The board of stewards presented their report, which was completed, and the moneys were distributed. 1C. II. Nelson was appointed trustee for Mrs. Annie D. Chatham and Jay Williams for the children of James Conner. Kev. W. F, Coekran presented the following, which was adopted by a rising vote; "Whereas the evan gelistic work of Rev. S. Dunham has been such a blessing and delight to the conference: he it resolved, tiiat we express our confidence in Brother Dunham's character and judgement, and that wc unanimously invite him to be present as an evangelist at the next session of our conference. 0. N. Jones, O. E. Jones arid W. AV. Brunk were asked to be left without appointment to attend some one of our schools. Dr. J. A. Lippincott, secretary of the Methodist Episcopal Hospital, ic the city ol' Philadelphia addressed the conference. Kev. A. S. Mowbray presented the following resolution which was adopted: •Wc have heard with great pleasure the able representative of the Metho dist Episcopal Hospital, Dr. J. A. Ltppuicoll, and that we accord him a hearty welcome among us at all times not only because ho Is a brother be loved. but also for the noble work he represents. We place the ( Methodist Hqspifii! in our statistical reports and upon the hearts of our people. As a further means or that enlightenment which begets interest we name the following brethren as a visiting com mittee to Llm hospital: Revs. R. If, Adams. (!. P. Jones, W. P. Taylor, G. W. Bounds and Alfred Smith." The following resolution was read by the secretary and adopted: "Whereas we feel the deep import • youth in the a lice of training principles of righteousness, temper ance and purity, giving them both the Gospel and science as the [reason for the "hope" which wc strive to im plant iu their livjs, and "Whereas the Suudav-sschool is the agency tli rough which the church influences and instructs tho young; therefore "Resolved, That tho Wilmington Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church hereby indorses that the In ternational Sunday school lesson sys tem and earnestly .petitions tho in Sunday-school sys tem to make no change in the lesson system whicli will climate the quar terly tempo ran co lesson froi series." A communication from the treas urer of tho episcopal fund upporl ioning $1,800 to th j conference was referred ti tho presiding ciders. On motion Kev. R. k. Stephenson was ad led to Hie visiting committees of the Bliilu ielnliia Hospital. The committee to nominate per sons to be trustees of tin C-inference Academy presented tho following names: Re the C. A. Pretty man, it. k. Steplionsoii, J. W. EaMcy, E. C. Me Nichol, W. \V. King and 11. Turner, and a bal ot was taken, resulting in the election of Revs. C. I'rjtt.y man, R. K. Stephenson, C. A-Grise and S. M. Morgan. The collodion for Dr. Dunham was amio puv 1 as exceeding $lOd. Dr. Dunham then * *'ressed tiio conference. Dr. J. I'. Kerry, secretary of the Epworth League and editor of the Ep.vortii Herald, addressed the con ference. lie stated that the Herald bad lost It),000subscribers during thc past year and gained fuily as many, lie received a letter from a young man which partially explained the loss of subscribers. Phe young man bad married a young la lv of the Epworth League, and lie stated that two copies were not needed in the same family, lie requested that his paper be stopped. Bishop Joyce announced that Rev. J. T. Richardson would preach tbc missionary sermon; alternate, Rev. C. W. Strickland. The presiding elder was permitted to withdraw the application of B. F. Campbell at the request of that brother, lie was further permitted to employ him as a supply and credits ot his examinations were allowed to stand on the books of the registrar. ltev. E. II. Dashieli presented thc tejaott of the committee on stewards' •wowment fund, which was adopted. Morgan. l\ W. Itcll. ' hi. sen trim two parts fit Kevs. V. « Collins and T A. n. O'Brien and Use report was adopted. Revs. J. S. Jfvmis, V. 8. Collins and W. L. White were appointed a committee on reso lutions. The afternoon session was presided over by Kev, L. E. Barrett. The following reports were presented and adopted: Church extension, by Kev. G. L. Hardesty; conference board of church extension, by Kev. John France; liible cause, by Kev. O. L. Martin; .Sunday-school and tracts, by Albert Chandler; episcopal lund, by Hcv. F. F. Kruxlou; church insur ance, by Kev. 10. 10. White, which was recommitted; Woman's Home Missionary Society, by Kev. G. \V. Woodall; Woman's Foreign Mission ary Society, by Kev. 'X. C. Smoot; Sabbath observance, by Kev. K. II. Dorrlckson; TOpwortb League, by Kev. F. T. S. Hall; Methodist Epls copal Hospital in Fhiladciphia, by Kev. G. W. Hounds; temperance, by Kev. Alfred Smith; periodicals, by F. 10. McKinney. A collection was then taken among the members of the con ference. On motion of Kev. C. S. Kakcr, Kcvs. Alfred Smith and It. T. Cour sey were invited to conduct evangei islic services tills evening. Kcvs. V r . IX Collins, .1. W. Kaslcy and 0. W. Prettyman were elected conference Prettyman were elected conference trustees. The conference went into executive session. The conference was to have adjourned to-day, but Lisbon Joyce and the presiding ciders have been unable to make all the appointments. They possibly complete the list to-night aud.changes may be made to-morrow. The change minister may necessitate the change of 10 more. A large number of committees were present to-day from many different pastorates of the conference, noiabiy that from Pocoraoke City. The appointments will be read to-morrow morning and the conference will adjourn. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Svrun seems especially adapted to the needs of the children. Pleasant to take; soothing in its influence. It Is the remedy of all remedies for every form of throat and lung disease. of not be able to PERSONAL Interesting Paragraphs About Visitors and " Home Entertain ments. ( A It now—BOGAItT. It. Norman Carrow and Miss Ella May Bogart, of South Milford, both well known young people of Kent county, went out driving yesterday afternoon and headed toward Har rington. Upon arriving there, they v.ent to the Methodist Fratcstaut parsonage, where Mr. Carrow pro duced a marriage license and thc two were united in marriage by the Kev. \V. Sherman Philips. Mr. and Mrs. Carrow, after receiving the congratu lations of a few of their friends who had been hastily summoned, return ed quietly to South Milford, where they will reside. CARD BASKET. Robert Eagan, of Upland, Pa,, was a visitor in this cilv on Sunday. William Bartow, wife and daughter of this city, have been visiting friends in Chester, Pa. S. Rowland Pancoast, of this city, spent Suuday with hi3 parents in Me dia. President Fliason, of the Stale Senate, was in the city this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gray were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Powell, of Christiana, on Sunday. Tho robe which was stolen last Thursday evening from John Walker if returned, $10 reward will be given by tiie owner. Workhouse Trustees Ateet The trustees of the New Castle County Workhouse held a meeting at the otliceof Judge Ball this morn ing. Routine business was transact ed. A woman iu a country (own in Illinois nf oi* trying many udvertbed *'.onios" in vain, it is said, tins writton (ho following testimonial to her druggist wtio is boom ing Vinol: '•Dear Sir: Bofore taklug Vinol I was too weak to spunk tho bn by. tli run botilos nnd bU'lmnd. llcavon blo>s you!" Tho Vinol agency m Wilmington is X. B. Danforth'ii drug store Market and havj tuk lick my 1 c Second streots. Services at Calvary. Bishop Coleman will preach at the continuation services to be held in Calvary Episcopal Church on Thurs day evening. Good Friday services at II a. m: morning prayer and ante-communion service and sermon at 11 a. ra. noon until 3 o'clock the three hours meditation will be observed. At 8 o'clock p. m., the sixth lecture ou "The Life of Christ and the Cruel fic tion" will bo given. This will he illustrated by 125 slides thrown on tho screen by the stcreoptican. Thc Easter service will beat 0 a. in.; choral service and Holy Communion at 10.30 a, in., Holy Communion at 7 and at 7.30 p. m. the Easier service of the Sunday school. Holy Commun ion at 10.30 a. m every day until Fri day. Evening prayer by visiting ministers. Froi The Othello Range, Johnson's(>th and King streets. Moving Day. To-day being moving day in Wilmington and New Custlo County numerous families are moving. Several business houses have also removed to other loca tions. Candidates For Office. Aloxamler Stevenson is u t-ainli .late for State Senator from tho Third Senatorial district. Vlexnnder linrleigh of tho S\ ;li Wal'd and John Mooro aro applicants for executive officers uf Ilia Board of Health. ing theln an outlet on street. Wliafc curej croup or cough in 10 min utes? Brazilian Bi t». No oplmn. I»KH A UlJ'i'S PE.sNYKOY Al. PlU.ti lie only uenutuo pennyroyal pills; at Uruegistsor uy mull $ 1 . 00 . otttou N.iiiuth truu, Fiiilu. D'i FREE Illustrated BOOK THE EYE/ AND ITS CAKE. HARRY E. THOMAS & CO.. 500 MARKET STREET ASK FOR IT. mil soi tu tl* sat lie!;* YY'an:ca. A girl for light housework at No. 824 W. 2nd street. A girl for general housework at No. 7u4 Delaware avenue. Salesladies wanted with experience Grecnbaums, No. 304 Market .street. A youug girl to assist with care of baby. Apply at No. 1404 Pcnnsyl vania avenue. A strong boy about 1*1 years old to work in tea store at 815 Market street. A competent cook and chamber maid ii* small family. Apply No. 1500 ltodnoy street. At once two thoroughly experienced women to alter jackets at Kcnnard & Company. A white- woman for general liouss work, must lie a good plain cook at 1104 Jackson street. Girls to work at sewing at M. Pod alsky, No. 0 East Second street. Good laundress and cook to go to country. Apply at 820 street. Say you saw thc notice in the Ke pi: bi.m an. Franklin MiippitiC Aew.k. After undergoing repairs at the yards of the IV. \ N. compauv the j steamer Halifax will Icavj lor Jtoslon today. The three masted schooner William I>. Marvil, from North Caroline, ar rived in port yesterday with a cargo ot phosphate ruck for the Liebig com pany. The seagoing tug Somers X. Smith arrived in port yesterday. This is the largest tug plying on the Delaware river. The steamboat Springfield, strutted at the yards of the 1'iisey and Jones company for the Philadel phia, and Borden town yesterday morning to lake her place on the line between Philadelphia and Bordentown. con cumpanv, left The Bn|:c of the .State. The most iimirnitlcioiil feature of * ho city, ami of the biisineis district 14 the burprise Store. Too ^nindusi monumout hi tho hhtory of tho increunttle of tho trudiiiff district Is iho 8urp! Their niaungerj uro Kept busy cougraiultniou* of ovoty pnrs<>u p isslnj; No. IlO'i Market street niid No- 7 East Third etreo!. 'J his is thel-- third success ful year a ad <he moat remarkable Wiliuiug ou's history. They are greeted by ull, largo and small. This is thu stcre which fills every patron with hnpplaoss as a very little money spent, and gottiug dressed s book is not touclioti, and I heir pocket book is si ill filled, Noth ii£ to delay for the neat dressers. One look will toll you ail. Tho irrand opening was Saturdav, March 23 at- U o'clock. Crowds of people flocked to I lie doors from right and loft to participate iu llieir areal offerings. Their alterations are groat and prices are lower than ever, Their quantities are Inigo and their assortments ate great-. Kvoiv customer with tboil* packages left iho store with cheerfulness, went home to show their friends iho bargains of ilu day. Store, 3). Markin' street and of the lies'. Their Fink 7 East 'Third street. Wilmington, Dal. Flowers lor Faster *o. the llorist has William II. V; exhibition and for sale at No. 810 Market street, a fine lot of flowers and plants for Faster, thc display made by Mr. Vance. IIis advertisement uppearsin another col umn of the RifimiLicAN. Call and sec wanted. — i \\r AN I KD—LKI AN'D 00Y A i IS fc VY IStii and Wo: .Stf'vtU W IIEBi«\VKl(4tIT--\VANTLD Al'Jilh Jst fioo.l waffL*H itiitl stra-ly job. it. 'j'. Wnraer, .Valvcrn, Cl' ' "• W ANT KD—A VO UNO MAN WITH I XPH riciK'u at 1>1 iicItHiuitiling. Apply to, Wm. WiUon, Jr., Ii ou al-Jiv, ;i-l and Nlnplov d.S VV A a Tifio — ok 'f.KM AN UOAKHKI.S NK ; U ; ANTED— win !'l III housework. ApplyTUV Tat mil I ; (SUIT. 1'OU ::t smith finis hk;: i stea'ly W-v: irriugo hIiop; llooth A Kohiermuu, nl Clicsti ••Is l'». YY N'J ft* — UELI* I URNISHlCil EO . il-l to*, rftiiaurunt' mid pnv-»tn laiuiU .tiioiif-H. Ai.piy i lV/i! oiiiti-.b: A if Ml < \V A £SE CAl.T lo ■:i> & L a No. JltdiiKirvta idiot i>. ic a. just o mN-L'lH ANTED-AT ONCE TWO THOItorOil louitur jackuiM W . Apply K« annul & io ; I I I. - WOMAN roll I.KX'K imweworUin country,in a.' YVuinin inquire oi Harry Einmonx, tnh nud Market \\ \\[ ANTED—Ollil.TOl \ V work, 2 in tu ily. Apply 7U4 Delawi i'J4 It EI.ALHOISE U f ANTKD-WHI llfi \V( MAN EOll (ilfiN tu-ftl housfwo'.'lf; must bu goj.l plttiu •k. apjtly ilt'4 .lackhuii st. m2 -SECONDHAND E \\7ANTE > V NY ft buy l arpc or part, also jjoo.l < or Houd postal capl ' I? NITL T KE off Mult 50 J lv u 5 A ; m A, 14-1 f gAl.IfiSLADIES TUoHObUH'.Y EX PEI,'I who lot Ih'Uv l in larj-o m ai by : ii IU atul H a. in. ^ pro ft* mol; o tlrusd staiin; etc, I .do's Ui Ave I'Xpc.ru'UCi; i-c, -1047-4 JO: L Phil FINANCIAL I RENTS COLLECTED of AND PROMPTLY REMITTED ON, THE TENTH DAY OP EACH MONTH. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT Thu Equitable Guarantee and Trust Company jtsi ON 1! Y moit^nqos TO LOAN ON FIIt*T '. For -ule *o-j l order. liutiry Uoopos, M rcii tup ui*-; ItlJ iluiUc-l ja roil HE NT. L'o:: KENT-TWO KOOJI.S A f'.HOKT DIS , ,'V 1,1 ' ,!ollD,|, y "ion is tho nolle/ Kuo. /d Ire.** A Iff,' li*ls nlfice. mJO-Jtl p or: iik\ i—lu io*o .i house at v» PER 1 wou «h- Anpljr Ij J. U. Li, £ iriO ,;C *' niliVtf Bi i tw ° «<►** i&lkS&b' *• •*" w«. jDV)': KI-.N 1 —Boa/J1> KLOOH .. J- Ailxir ft,, hosted; niuplo light Daclc: uui'ly to Clifford Uteeuinuu s t root. uil-eiid-tt iASKMENT .1 ml? at L o.: iiENi-A mx noon woo bi.th, No. 41. Mils J.'.h struct, IM* r iii.'m in. Apply tujMrd. A. ft. KertMUgb, oOj /snipcy Klrict. IX Ol: itKXV—I'AU/d J- !>>/ to Win. Kyle, uf WITH ■it fit ui!4 > 150 «CKI& A I' OfcUctowu, Dei lulJ-lOt • 5 A' lfK I'AfvM TO UOOO is city. UK ic 00-, Market Struct. A CUES NIC Alt Addro-M C4i*a llFtf vixtiiFi.ooita >arriel cuuph-4 • s We.it 4tli v rent.. ron i A tenant PHILIP J:. ( E mis-<Jt in. K u !;, it: — 1AUA1 o v ! i.-ilaiiou, Let. 'DM; IiXJSH EI) J(( (OM.r,;j, 1 A 1 will* or without bo .ril. [>r yutleuit u. /.pj»ly No b 'oi; i T-h.v Kfti :hi 1 KJO A CMOS AD v,.ori. AmdI.v t., a ci:jb - 4.h tc.ru *t, city . f it L ost-pemai.k st. from (4rm ul.-ilr, lh-i., Ims roller liyl>fc *>n jidi"t ti'itl tltti'lt i r*;iyajii ii re uruod u ureruhill. BERN A CO 1)014. luco. Lib*rut Nit* I'OK !SAI,lv. H mi j; s E-KUOimi.) W1ND.U1I.L \M» •dor. h i'c tuu eii / H-ttt.* will 'll filu Apply King Hu hi J J , OR SAl.K -dO (M1IT IN (JOOl) OU.1SB at tfia AUums street. mlt-u ¥ ORSALK CM tir tors. AJ'Jr . AE-4 4-POINT ANNEX Anon lie; a tors. il.fv mii-t r fioe. F OH.SAI.lfi CiiifiAt baud double littrntihi ■s I to auu Coal Co , 2 i ; ,0 SST.S OF >ECONO Apply to Coq sum ¥'¥ ■ THAI MfiVV :i> nifiMiiA 'ir* .1 1 ., j.a°v ji' rod tf No. Ur •liinut's it. IlofTet rJuildlGj,', Wit., J A OIKS-Of it tJAUMM'D-.S KlfiJlKUY VO it -J duiayrd Eorijd; cannot ul Ct» , Aiilvnu ML-. I'm-IM Clio lece, Wi.s. HI NOTICi:! important to Taxpayers. To lhe Taxpayers of White Clay Creek Hundred for thc year l'JOl. Extract from the Laws ol Dela ware. governing thc collection of Taxes of New Castle county. .Sec - tion 3, Chapter30, Volume 21, Laws ot Delaware, as amended: Section 3. That before tho first day of October there shall be an abrtement ot live per centum; on all taxes paid alter the first day of October and before the first day ol December there shall be an abatement of three per per centum; and on ail taxes paid after the first day oi December and before the first day oi Januurv there shall be no abatement; and all taxes unpaid after the first day of January, live per centum thereof shall be added thereto. i will be at tin following places lo collect county, poor. road, capt all taxes paid tatiou and dog taxes lor the year 1901: DEER PARK HOTEL, NEWARK, DEL., MARCH 28th, Between 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. At my home in Christiana every Tliurs Tuesday. Wednesday day. between 12 m. and 3 p. m.. and every evening except Friday and Saturday. DAVID APPLEBY. Collector Taxes While Clay Creek lid. P. O.—Christiana, Del Ol'XTY TAXl'AYF.US TAKB XOTll'E c i lie following resolution was adopted by thu Levy Court of New Castle countv, March ISth, 1!>02: Tiictv appears on tlic books of the receiver of taxes '•Whereas, a large amount of county and poor taxes outstanding for tli** years ls«)!», limo, 1901, and *• Whereas, As the Levy Court of New Castle county needs the money, said faxes for current ex penses, then 1 foil* be if "Unsolved, That the said re ceiver of (axes be instructed and to sell all which a delinquent unpaid after April climdi'il b l.l'IMV properties remains tax I otii, I9U*J." All persons owing tax for years '('solution inelmled in flu: nbovo on or I mi n o • the prppor ties will In* advertised for sale. The addifional costs of thc sale mast be paid after that date. HOUArK (i. KKTLI'.W, Bceeivi.*r of Taxes. the hu must pay April l-'>tl), 1902, in *2U-2 It 4 11'fiJi BV TICE Iflio'idi, . tru'.li lift a — X OTIC.'! .ton N i-ml . j ol' tllrt of I i Uniul av oi lie; oil l Mai iu of tilt! : Ii* to. u oninv . iii 1.x laws lo ..v.ru 4k Ny Mil* riiii * i<* of E.' vi -ti. ct iii .- i'l ci 1 MIO Mis, A. i: 110 A OS, •lOiJN 15. HI I GADS. WJI.U ' M I•• UiU rra.l.n*' :i'J- E. K.iOaJ y ; ha:. i n i 1 ' lit 1 EXPRESS anti EREKiil i LINE lo BRANDYWINE SPRINGS. M.ir.Ti ITth. u ov r Mm 1 >U(1: .vy hour for .'Ppiuff at Els ltjllwd a:; J Ki Brandywine Springs, st.: mere and Uretiubunk l- rcisU t a ul expi \o u:iy potuU al'juu ute rato. Peoples Railway Co. R. W. Crook, General Alauagcr, .t•'r (V' , !ivortfii Oder mis It —UAHHPD K'JCKS Opt tug Faulti- ari .■u-■ IM. Box 47a ] C oisfcL iii'iius, asihAa, la i'a a 1 4 Jliieuimtliim, Noyrnlji*. qijio* rat i«l Di.iloatvuiu«ry.4>J M. tttu utrud*. i'uUa. Pa riAUPF-r CiKANINU. PUO.Y1PT HER. V..-' vice; feathers renovated. 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