THE DAILY REPUBLICAN
0outhM.t Corner Third end King street^
GEORGE W. VERNON,
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Published Daily, Sundays Excepted
At the Republican Building by the
Republican Printing; and Publishing
M. W li.TLK
\ l-.HNOX, President.
CHARLES U. PALMER, Editor.
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1879 * 1 matter uuder IU:l ol ' Congress oi .March 8,
Wilmington, Del., November 2 ( 1 , 1902 .
There will be no issue of The
readers find cause for thankfulness
in this great national feast day.
thankfulness for the great prosper
ity of our nation, for the fact that
it is at peace with the other nations
of the earth, thankfulness for our
many blessings. With the
own cause for
thanksgiving, may we also do some
thing to relieve the cares of those
May all our
realization of our
11 (>!>«■ I it I for Ten Drinkers.
Tea drinkers throughout the Uni
ted States should he able to get
their favorite beverage considerably
cheaper after January 1 >t, when
the present, duty of ten cents per
pound cn t iis article expires. The
only excuse for imposing such a tax
was the desire of tin*
U 1 ' 0 n " : ™ IK ' . llm ' i ": th,J
war wit i Bpain. since, m spite of
the tentative expenmeutH in tea
growing which have i
ed in South Carolina, it cannot bo
seriously contended *that this is in
served its purpose, the tax is very
properly to ho done away with, says
the Philadelphia Telegraph, aud it
is to bo hoped that it will be a long
time before its re-imposition will
be necessary to provide it larger in
come for the government.
r* Iti t
Professor George Guuton, recog
questions relating to the cost of
living, and who Inis given much
study to the problem, is convinced
that wage-earners are much better
off than they were before the era
of prosperity set in and that the
highest cost of living is more than
offset by other conditions. "When
everybody is employed and the iu
come goes to every family and is
permanent," says Prof. Guuton.
■'¥fcn the basis of social welfi
laid. Business the
has a solid
market, because all are consumers,
and thut is tho first characteristic
of the present industrial condition,
which did bring an increase in
The Chester Times Juts
the subject of the advisability
of establishing tho whipping post
aud pillory iu Pennsylvania for the
punishment ot assailants of women.
A woman, writing
urges the adoption of the u
post and pillory, and tho
makes this comment:
"Many people will
this woman that the
method of punishing
been found that when the Legisla
ture of the State (Pa. 1 has }
hut it lias always
l-i -<11 tigiiinst
ith tin* pr jposiiimj,
liasheena feeling of iw
ks of the State, a ;
voiced hv a lan
tho effort to secure tin*
of the law lias tail'd. N'-*v
deserves just such punishment ami
have the lash laid
The punishment, suggested might
be of gr at benefit in preventing
I-ngl't.liman I |t|>o!()l*r
Representatives of twenty K
lish trades unions
pliia oil Monday as tlio guests of
Alfred Mosely, the English philan
thropist. Note what Mr.
had to say as to
"While I'm a moderate free trad
er at home, I think protection is
best adapted to American conditions
and if I were you 1 would not tink
er with the tariff. I als
the Trusts are the greatest blessing*
that ever came in an industrial way.
They cheapen production, bring
better conditions to the workmen
and more healthful surroundings."
There seems to be a good deal of
hard common sense in those few
lines. Yet our national legislators
may find it advisable to make some
readjustment of tariff rates without
violating the principle of protec
Invpnted lire A pari moot lltinn**.
Thomas Kilpatrick, who died in
New York the other day, was known
in tlio building trade as the origina
tor of the apartment house. It ha*
been nearly fifty years since ho
planned aud erected tho first house
in New York for the occupation of
several families, each having its
separate housekeeping facilities und
'conveniences. Many authorities
nay that the apartment house was
<t New York idea, and that the one
Mr. Kilpatrick built was the first in
the world- The advantages of tho
plan were rocoguized, and before
Jong apartment houses began to go
up in great numbers. Many of the
best of them were the work of Mr.
Kilpatr -k. The apartment hou*t*
buildings of that character are gen
erally well-patronized. Doubtless
as the city grows, more need will
he found for such buildingB. .
Uncle Sam now looks after 26 V
30b Indians occupying 15b reserva
tions, besides these in the State of
New York and iD Indian Territory.
For the lust year the expenditures
on aecojmt of these wards of the
nation amounted to $10,019,584.SB.
Nearly hue-quarter of the Hum was
.appropriated to educational uses.
There were 250 schools with 'au
average attendance of 20,540, be
sides 3,500 provided for in missions
and other schools.
There appears to be a hitch in
the plans for a settlement of the
coal controversy apart from the
Anthracite Commission. Tlib coal
operators yesterday declined to
meet President John Mitchell of
the Miners' Union and his associates
next Friday. It seems that the in
dependent operators protested
against any settlement with the
miners at this time and insisted
that the proceedings before the
strike commission be not interrup
ted. So the commission will resume
The New York Horse Show, which
has closed alter a record week, is
estimated to have cost more than
$2,UU(J,UUU, if all the incidental ex
penses of line clothes and enter
tainment are included. Some 1 ) 0,000
persons attended; the boxes brought
$35,000; seats and admissions $120.
000 more. The daily toilets of the
women are said to have
$50, aud some gowns cost $2,000.
The Baltimore Sun is pluased
ivith the uiian^e in tlio 1'enusylvu
ni;i Kaih'oiul limn taitlt 1 , ^uui^' into
effect Niiveuilier 3nth. muler wliicb
the newspaper mai! trai
timoi'e to lhe Delaware division,
which formerly left at G.eo n. in.,
will ltyve at l. lo a.
will rim hy way of Wihninutun and
will be iinporlaut for li,
| business interests. %
m. Tliis trai
Lolita AiLMurit. the
child who was
operate l upoi\ by
•euz, the Viemu
great improvement aud a
complete cure is expected. She is
to go to Vienna to be put under the
treatment of an expert
order that the leg,
of exercise, may
rouuduesh and syn
res ponding me i a be r.
asted hv Jack
he brought to the
'try of the cor
Colonel Thomas ( k im/nn.i. die 1
yesterday of heart trouble at llot
s famous as
teller and in Wasidngt
and Parn-. wa
• of the most pop
ular of thuTneii about town.
Chief Justice Charles B.
praise of the vV<
it is a
R v all means, I •[ City ('„uu eil
pass that fender ordinance
r«* Slvh ii
Among the vulgar there is j
he effective an advertisement must
exhaust tho vocabulary
mis adjectives, and that its
nance depends upon
tliat ni order to
0 x press ions,
farther from the truth.
National Advertiser. Tin
should he ad(lress**iI in speech
or elegance of stvle is not de
dent upon "high-sounding epithets
Ring .lames Bible and
"Pilgrim s Pi
finest classics in the English t
and both are distinguished for tb
gress" are t wo of the
»f style. Tin
t-> write in any style,
1 more boiioi'oiis Latin
and the yet
will fail of effect if he s
play pedantry and to hide his
The purest and best.
the most effective.
il aud fro.* of all a mbigu
vliicli is direct to the
1 deist 1
; 1 :•
dihitinii and ;
vater; it is a
After losing his heart ;
man often loses his head.
A sensitive man. unlike ;
is apt to g.j
It stands to re
s run down,
tli lit any man
k a lish
W lien the bookkeeper dr
kel in the slut he make, j
A man lias to he dunned to death
before be will pay tho debt of
Some men taki
mean ad vantage
of their wives by wearing their hair
People who nl
ays say what they
think, usually think a lot of disa
It sometimes happens that a poli
tician is never ?
much out of place
as wh* n he is in one.
failure when both
husband aud wife make the discov
ery that they have
them- Chi jago New*.
( linmpiiHittliip Claiins JjIn|)ii|«m|
The High School foot bull team
claims the city echol astic champion,
ship but this is disputed by the Wil
mington Business .School. These two
teams have never met but the busi
ness school has issued a challenge to
the,High .School team lo play any
tupe next ifioatli.
All diseases of Kidneys,
Bladder, Urinary Organ#.
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There Is a
cure for you. If necessary write I)r. l emu r
He has spent, a life t ime curing just such
Coses as you rs. All consult it ions Free.
'•Your Kidney mid Backacbo Cure lias
very bad cases among
mers the past year whom the doc
given up. J. L. ST^jL & CO., Woodland, la.
s U bud
Druggists. 50c.. $1. Ask for Cook Book Free.
ST.VITUS'OANCE Fenner, Fredonia.N.Y
'Cure circular Dr
CAN'T YOU HELP SOLDIERS
A Kind Word, Friendly (.rip, and Weln
by Church or Club May Do I'ntold Cloml.
A friend of the soldier sends tu e
DAILY REITBLICAN tllO following
It is strange that there seems to
be no one iu the church circles of
the city who is in any way interest
ed in themoral or spiritual welfare
of the U. S. artillerymen, stationed
at Forts Delaware and DuPont. A
of these men are
almost daily visitors to Wilmington,
aud lit seems as though some action
'should be taken looking toward
their welfare while in
These men, though looked upon
by a great many people as being
of some kind of no inferior grade of
huuianitVv are. as a class, intelli
gent, ambitious, honorable,
manly young fellows.
However, the dreary monotony of
garrison life, •winch is not under
stood or realized by the civili
drives the energetic young
to all kinds ol
amusement from the cons
routine of selling up exercises,
guard mount, drill, parade, and
bunk. 11 is uniform, which is not a
badge of crime, by anv means,seems
to debar him Irom entrance to the
homes of the people l
though the great majority of
bovs come from hornet
refined, irom the association
o lound under aver- j
some that the regular is cl ten 1
s'here, admittedlv. lit
liate to ;t
fault in our civilian In. n«is and
I 1 ry to in luce our
'v's to mend tlicir ways,
sider 1 her. g
tempi at reformation, in such cases
tholiglil enough of
e the ah.'lislimeu'. <»f
id then ell him with
Ihc can loon,
Housing to (id Ha place—and
M. C. A . la
:n they come lo
a t'.iel tliat I ho
I lleV Colli 1 li II t
he i c
s one plac<
\sk liie lirst m;
a m 'ct, w
Uit* apparently «! ■
of the United Sia
vhat kind of anuisei
vill tell y.)
hat h" and
nine-t < nths of his mu.re.
Irop the saloon like 1
1 1 \t* coal if
oppo rt unities
It is earnestly hoped that tli
r city, ami our in*
li.'i'.iis and social oreainzat 1 . ns
will do mo
at ter up at
ti movement may not
first, with the p»*opl*» her. . i
under t lie shadow of
in and year out.
I lie Delaware
\ Ninth ami Tatual
made by Judge
AY. X. Aslimn
Mrs. 1). ( . Li
tls of West < In sti l
Mrs. I.(Is i> a great t* nipeninet
jni'1 is also a sir.
liever in "Peace.
siio \vn by
in his speech made
Ii is subject. "Peace. From a Business
man's Standpoint/' claiming that
with the immense loss of life, and
also the great financial losses, wars
. and in time must
•ould not go
cud. Another feature of Judge Ash
man's speech was "Arbitration. "II**
*d that in 12 ; 4 international
disputes settled by arbitration, the
United States «
> either the arid
tralor or dirt
i t ly interested i
Avoid all drying inhalants '•'nnd
> that wliieh eloauses and heals
the membrane. Ely's Uream Balm
is such a remedy and euros Catarrh
easily and pleasantly.
b**ad vanishes quickly. Price 5Ucts.
at druggists or by huu\.
Catarrh caused d
( dl l in tho
^cultv in sj*eak
iug and to a gren^'extent l.ow.of
bearing. By t he u«se of Ely's cream.
Balm dropping of Ajucouh luis ceas
ed. voice ami hearing have greatly
improved. J. W. Davidson, Att'y
at Law, Monmouth, 111.
\ 1 11 lit 11 <tr T<
tIu* Alumnae Association
Wilmington High School,
school auditorium, Saturday
ing. Her subject will be "Character
Studies," and, as she is a clever im
personator, an enjoyable evening
Vocal and instrumental numbers
are on tin 1 programme, and a silver
offering will be taken
pected that the public will avail
themselves of this opportunity to
hear this clever monologue artist.
Wilson of New York,
under the auspices of
It is PA
Norris T. Pika will be burled to
morrow afternoon Irom the home ol
his mother, Buena 'data street and
Railroad avenus Interment will be
made at Rl vervlew Cemetery.
The funeral of William C. McCall
will take place this afternoon at T
p. ip. from the home ol his father,i|
■lolin i'\ McCall near Mendenhall's
Mills. Interment at St. James Ceme
tery, Newport. •
will be in this couutv to editress [
the Teachers' Institute of Wil
mlcgton on the morning ol Decern
her 9th. She will address the teach*
era of New Cast'e County ,outside
of Wilmington at Newark on Fri.
dav, December 12th, and under the
auspices of the W. C, T. C. will
apeak iu the saute town on Sunday
The next meeting of the Newark
Union will lie held at the home of
Mrs. Louisa Garlic on Friday utter
noon, November28t ii.
W. C. T. l T . Notes
The e (Tor is of Mad a me Barak at,
who spoke here last week, resulted
in the audition oi fifty-seven members
to the W. C. T. U., under whose au
spices her addresses were given.
Mrs. Mary II. Hunt J>1 Boston,
the W. C. T. U. national superin
tendent of National Temperance
Instruction in the public schools,
b'lA lh OF OHIO. CITY OF I OUiUO,
Lit:as . on m y
• FkankJ- chkm.y
; ilia <ir
is Hei) lot- pari
(JllENLY A Co., doing Inn III OSS
odo, County mid .-ta
said, and hat said Hi"
O.Mi H UNO Li ED LK)LL A it.S lor o.
t a uu
KHAN 1C J.
icu, Mils 0 li day ut l)i
A ' l)' lSSU.
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Haifii Ca nrih Cure is takon intoi
thd bluu.l .iinl
urtu*.«N ut ihu oynlam. ,-ioud lor io.
f .1. < III'.XKY & i:<
v nil inUi
llall i< l'oio 11 y .
it.i Mallei s It;
ave of oppusi
[iropos^d dry cliat *r
s onlv live
ly ol" (>)iiuci.me
tg more tha
linion that tii.*r,
'ards m t ue cii v tin
eil Committees th.s
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The Safe Deposit Vault:;
€■!'A It A.VI I'. 17 AM)
fire proof against burglars, fire or
Private safe deposit boxes, large
enough for the jewelry aud valuable
papers of most people are rented
Larger boxes are to be had at
higher prices all reasonable.
N. 1\. Cor. Ninth and Market Sts.
DEBT PAID OFF.
llmitlcd Debt of West Presbyterian Church
The bonded debt of West Pres
byterian Church has beeu can
celled the last $1,000 having
been paid on Monday night. There
yet remains a floating indebtedness
The church originally started
with a bo:il y 1 debt of $;n,0()0, and
the settlement on Monday wiped
out all of this. Two years ago the
entire amount on the church was
about $11,400, and the members de
termined to get rid of t4is. A sys
tem was devised by which $1,000
was paid at a time, and |as soon as*
$1,000 wa$? paid the work of ^getting
together another $1,000 was com
menced, with | the result that the
plan proved successful. Now all
[ that remains of the debt of $11,400
of two years ago is the small sum uf
.Militur.v Ball To-niglit
Company F. First Infantry, will
give a military Dml at the Armory
this evening . The regimental band
will furnish music. Previous to the
grand march, the company will give
exhibition drill under command:
uT Captain Simon I'. Doherlv aud
Lieutenant George II. Carter.
Fast Freight, ami PasBonger Ser
vice to IMiiiadclpliia.
iking effect Monday,
October 201 ii.
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Street Wlmrf, Wilinmeton, R a. m.
Chestnut Street Wharf,
Umuid trip 25 eent*
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2. 6.;3. S.y8,
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s 6.46 p. m.
'>'■* to Port Tampa, Aii/nista,
j Mo uphis, 11 ml New Orleans 1 . 7.36 p. m.
daily. • !* opm to N.-w Oi loans, Mh<
. .Vshvi 1c, via Aslioville and
•—ExproR* 12.48 d
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and Port 'I'nriii.u:
trs to Hi- hn
Chp-.*'jreako & Ohio I'uilway—8,11 p.
ni . daily, liiuinj; car and aliepors to Ciu
.. daily, steepem
s and JncksntiTiMe. "Flondn and
Metropolitan Limited," 4.09 p. m., daily,
•lecpoiu to Atlanta and Tampa.
i>i:i..a\\ A .,10 DIVISION,
For New CnMlo. S KJ «.
1 .. .104. 3.57
4.02 and *i.58 p.
For I.rwps. 8.13 n.
., and 4.02 p. )m.
Itchohotb. S13 a. m. and 4.02 p
Dover. Hnrrlnjrton, find Detmar,
1.18. 10-58 a. m.. 4.02. 6,58. nnd 12.04 p. m.
Sundays. 12.11 p. m.
For Wyominc and way stations. 3.04
Ex piths for Capo Charles, Old Point
duy.s nnd 12 04 nignt daily.
weak ilii vs.
i Norfolk. 1 C.58 a. tu. week
(•) ConjjrwHionnl Limited Rxprmift. AM
Vtstihute f'arjor Cars and Dining Car.
No extra fare other than the usual Pull
(x) Limbed Expresc, Vestibule Parlor
Onrs. Vestibule Passenger Coaches, and
Dining Cn\ No extra fare.
The Wilmington Transfer Company
wilt call for and check baggage from
hotels and residence#.
For further information, passengers are
referred to tho ticket agent at the ats
J. B. HUTCHINSON,
1 n. WOOD,
Q.j'I Put. Ait
After fifty years Dr. Humphreys?
Specifics enjoy the greatest popularity
and largest sale in tlicir history, due to
intrinsic merit. They core the sick.
1— Fever*, Congestions, Inflammadoofi. .95
2— Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .95
3— Teething,ColIc.Crylng.Wakefulucss .25
4— Diarrhea, of Children or Adults..
T—Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis.
8— Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceaclie.
9— Headache, Sick Headaoho, Vertigo.. .25
10— Dyspepsia, Indigestion,Weak stomach.*45
11— Suppressed or Painful Periods.*45
1*4—Whites, Too Profuse Periods.
13— Croup. Laryngitis, Hoarseness...
14— Salt Hhciim. Erysipelas,Eruptions.. .'45
15— Hlieuiuulisiii, Rheumatic Pains.
16— Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague.
JO—Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Head .'45
30—Urinary Weakness, Wetting Rod.. .*45
77—Grip, Hay Fever...;
Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of price,
6i~ Dr. Humphreys' New Pocket Manual
of all Diseases mailed free,
Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor. WJ'llam and
John Sts.. New York.
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VOOEL'S BIG MINSTRELS.
At the Opera House to-night
mark* the fourth annual appear
ance ol John W. Vogel's Big Min
strels in this city.The organization
is large and comprises tbo foremost
artists In tile minstrel sphere and
the world of novelties.
Rigby is the principal comedian of
the company, and as a star he
Shines more brilliantly tliau ever,
Arthur is the prince of good fellows
and possibly has more friends than
noycomedian en the minstrel stage,
As a performer be is relined and
entertaining, bears the distinction
of being one of the only end men
who is free from all vulgarity,has a
splendid voice, is graceful in action
In short, lie isoueof the must artis
tic black face comedians now before
the public. Rigby's associates are
hardly less clever than lumsclt, for
Mauager Vogel seems to have bad
first, choice when selecting the corps
of artists found with this clever
.... m ,, , ,, ,
ban loy comes to the Grand
Opera House on Friday night.
In Loudon people were always
dropping in to hoar a song or laugh
at a scene or watch a dance iu "Sail
Toy", und this has boon the case
here wherever it hashad an extend
ed engagement. Except for that
perfection of detail, inachinelike j
precision of chorus and ensemble, I
movements and dance, which are I
inevitable in every Loudon per
formant* of burletta or pautomine
tho coitedy is about the same in
this country as at Daly s in London.
Not so many fine, big popeyed
young women who carry them
selves superbly, nor so many able
bodied young men who carry spears
superbly, but plenty of trembly,
pink and white little ladies, who
droop properly behind a fan, giggle
as only American Ifcirls can and flop
about spineless as China commands
its femininity. The scenes are strik- j
ing and artistic, some of the c
tnines are real, with resplendent
embroideries, with whole histories
told in the intricate figures ami pro
cessions of matchless little stitc lies
HER MARRIAGE VOW,
In "Her Marriage Vow," which
Manager Baylis will present at !
Grand Opera House
afternoon aud night the people who
are the chief characters are those 1
who are to he found earning their To
daily bread by the sweat of their
brows on any railroad in the coun
try, consequently they are of such
a nature aud possess such character
istics as find ready sympathy with
the theatre-goer. The story deals
with Kate Walters, the daughter of
a railroad engineer, an innocent i
virtuous girl whoso downfall is at-;
tempted by tliiP^villainoussou of the i
superintendent of the road ou
which her father is employed, and j
whom he, the villain, has led into \
what lie believes is a mock mar- !
riuge, but which is in reality a legal j
A unique character in the
drama is Daffy Dan. who is "not I
such a fool as he looks," and who I
is mainly instrumental in frustrat- ,
ing the machinations of tlio villain. \
Scenically, dramatical ly aud artis-1
tically, the production is said to
meet all requirements of the drama. ( I
Maud Ream Stover will he a mem- 1
her of Amelia Bingham's "Climbers" '|'||
('ouipany to play at Grand Opera
House on next Monday night. Miss
Stover before her appearance iu the
East was a writer of note on the j
Pacific Coast and a'critic on that
well-known journal "The Music!
and Drama." It is to be expected a The
dramatic critic will give a good per- i
foruuiuco of tho parts they are to I
play, and as this is Miss Stover's |
second year with Miss Bingham's
company a perfect iuterprotatiou :
may bo expected by tins actress. 1
House Fpecdal era
iction matinee ,•
AT CRIPPLE CREEK.
and night. Thursday November
Of all tho plays that have l>een
given to the stage by Dramatist Hal
Reid none possesses the power of
appealing to tho emotions in so f
high a degree as does "At Cripple W
Creek," which promises to duplicate
its huccoss of last season, when it'
was introduced to tho boards for 1
the first time.
The locality* affords splendid
dramatic and scenic possibilities 1
and that Mr. Reid took full auvau-1
tage of these was evidenced by tho j
reception of his play last year. "At
Cripple Creek" portrays some of)
thorn. Interest of the most absorb-1
ing nature centers in the four acts |
of "At Cripple Creek.
The first act shows the interior 1
of Martin Mason's den, known as
the* 'Temple of David." Tho second )
act shows the exterior of Joe May- j
field's cabin id: Raft Canyon, tho 1
third act the depths of tho Last Dol- \
lar mine, and tho 1 last act oc
curs in Joe Mayfield's cabin tho day
of his marriage to Belle Gordon.
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Partial Sets of Teeth, $2.00 and tip.
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So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of
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and no charge Is made.
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Guns $1.00 up.
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