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THE SUN, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER B, 1897.
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THE SUN.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3,1897.
. . PUBLISHER.
CLEMENT If. CONGDON, . .
Entered at the Wilmington Post Office as Second Class Matter.
BUSINESS OFFICE AND EDITORIAL ROOMS, No. 103 East Sixtli Street.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1507.
MECHANICAL DEPART51ENT, No. 100} East Sixth Street.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE, Room 3. No. 911 Walnut Street,
distributed throughout
THE SUN is published every day in the year and is -
the Citv of Wilmington and the State of Delaware by authorized agents. Subscrip
tions should be sent to the publication office by mail or telephone.
Good morning!
Col. Hoopes will doubtless appoint a committee that will
the desired free stop over privileges for the Hoard of Trade. Ihe
responsibility now rests with that committee
secure
Is there any good reason for continuing the office ot mayor ?
There seems to be a well defined idea that he has nothing to do
beyond looking well at public functions, drawing his salary and
He is a nice man at that.
whatever that means.
being mayor
Ungallantly enough, the French Court of Appeals lias decided
that a woman lawyer cannot be admitted to practice at the bar,
notwithstanding the fact that the applicant was learned in the law,
highly accomplished otherwise and had passed an excellent exami
The inference from this decree is that chivalry simply
nation,
spells prejudice in France.
Gomez, at the age of 70 , actively leading a vigorous and irresis- <'f
tible revolution for Cuban independence, presents one of the pictur
One may survey the whole
and heroic figures of the age.
esque
field of human endeavor without finding another man who in his
antecedents, personality and chosen avocation combines as many of
the dramatic qualities of chivalry and romance as are centered in
the great commander of Cuba's patriot army. He is indeed one of!
the world's Grand Old Men.
The Building Inspector is in no wise censurable for the death of
J. T. Smith, who was killed by the falling of a portion of the
Armour buildinglupon him last Saturday, while engaged i.t tear- j
ing out the burned portion, preparatory to rebuilding it. The i
building should have been underpinned before the work was started |
Upon.—The Dailv Republican. Not SO. The Building Inspector 1
who permitted the erection of that death trap should be punished.!"?
Manslaughter, is the word that best describes the offense in this
. r . .
That structure stood for ten years a monument to the crinii -1
I
case.
nal incompetency of some one.
The waning prestige of marriage in this country is an evil which | ,"
has long occupied the serious attention of all thoughtful observers.
We are all ready to welcome as a benefactor any one who will i
remedy this evil, and it'is accordingly a pleasure to point out that
the Courts of South Dakota have set up a partial remedy at law.
In South Dakota, as elsewhere, one reason why matrimony is less :
popular than it should be arises from the opposition of the enraged
father. When thisjoppositiou takes the shape of physical violence
it is customary fo r the aspiring suitor to withdraw and seek solace
in arnica and celibacy. But in South Dakota a young man whose
matrimonial aspirations had ..been thus thwarted lias succeeded in
recovering ;?2,ooo'as damages for injuries received at the hands (and
feet) of his sweetheart's objecting parent. This legal precedent
thus laid down should be full of encouragement to the would-be
Benedict. South Dakota,hvhicli has done much to make niatri
mony popular by making it easier to escape in case of Double, has
rendered a further service by applying the curb of legal damages to
the unreasonable and. frequently painiul Joint of opposition illus
trated bv the current',father-in-law joke.
.- devoted pr.icticaFy
foreign relations and the currency problem.
tlie great bit k
usually cc-ustituliug the (lepartiueiital portions of I're. i
re-fi re
1:c-t, the I'it sider,t's purjiost
affairs of the
President.McKiulev will 1
The me.
to the subjects of our
1 . will 1). uni ale in one 1
age
■pect, in that it
of subje
dential annual ine.-sngi
liua! reports of the Cal
attention o i!\
For this reason tlie postal savii
is not discu .
Tlu re i - scarcely a
tee to the an
eing to call
government.
the mule
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11 era;
While lip
details of tlie
11 llie me
currency
•iialively stated that
1 .
it can 1 v an h<
plan
it is ia ill • 111 till pi ii:c orj-oialion <•!' ll.c \ ;c v; - *
tarv Gage, tliuu ,;li
v 1101
arc 11)l (i
iiniiciv known
1 hill 5
Tc.-nU-ni 1 (. a, u
ilion with up'
while end<
01 a
-iicc to sever.
■ Is main object
^ in.','! •. Congress
features of tl:
mail
j
Astro0;
is urg d to
ant.exation.
i- •c-nt-itto'.i
_■ action
lie tree
Tliis 1
domains of the Unit
sit" lor m.iking the lslair
and review
.les,
i-ouitlry bv it
cl b
1 accrue to the
aUentiou t
As to Cuba, the iiu -sag
trc-nd of dr.tirs 0:1 the j.si:n ci, n k. vs to i uc seitt-itK
offered by S| aiu, and, after reciting oilier developments in the situ
ation, reaches the viitual conclusion that existing ciicumshuic-is
do not warrant interference in the affairs of tlie island. Considc-r
ab e attention is given to the question of reciprocity negotiations
S]x-t;a! Commissioner Kassou
and the message
deals with the developments of negotiations already had and ex
presses the hope of the administration to secure satisfactory results
in the future. The policy of the administration on this subject s
outlined, and, citing French champagnes as an illustration, tl e
piint is made that if special concessions are given any foreign pi »
ducts the United States must be given equal treatment by recipro
cal concessions. The Alaskan problem is discussed at some length,
and a plea is made for Congressional legislation, including the
|
j
u n
the recent (
<1 autouoinv
lust
. 1
with various countries 111 Europe.
lias been working 011 this subject for some time,
extension of the operation of the Public Land laws and the grant
ing of rights of way for roads by which all parts of the country may
be made more accessible.—The Bulletin.
local dots.
A
ing,
a
the
ing,
I -
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;
Walter Bacon is indisposed.
llenry W. Baker, of Seaford, was in
this city yesterday.
Mrs. George B. 5Ioore spent yesterday
in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Margaret",Innvior is the guest of
Baltimore friends.
Carroll,|Ledmtm, of Dover, has been
visiting in this city.
William Funk, of New Castle, is now
a resident of ibis city.
W. E. Frank, of this eitv, was in New
York, on Wednesday.
JIr. Wharton lias returned to Dover
after a visit to this city.
Professor Emil Engel, was visiting in
Chester oil Wednesday.
5Irs. Anna Graham visited in this city
on Wednesday afternoon.
5Irs. Ella Cochran of .Middletown is
visiting friends in this city.
Eugene Buckson,
St. Georges on Wednesday.
John Townsend, of Plumsteadville, |
l'a,, is visiting in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mtitphey, have
been visiting in Dover, Del.
Mr. ami 51is. Tocumseh \\ ilson have t
been visiting in i ieorgrtnwn.
[ tins city, was in j
i
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|
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Mrs. S. Heat lie Uylie spent M nines
dtiv with friends in this city.
lit- char es \\. Alumnd, of Newark,
fell
has |
IIv
-it Thursday.
ns in this city
if International
Collector
I ii'pul v
Ih-veime Wells is in Marvl;
if this city
Rev. D. B. Taylor
visiting friends ii
Dt'-i"
5liss Virginia S. Cooper, wastin' guesl
<'f Wilmington friends on Wednesdiiy.
, . I
as K llmiock will leave; this ,
of
in
of! ing.
Mr. Th
city for u ten days trip in Savannah, l hi.
Harry Juhnsnn, the young man "h"j vv
was Stabbed sumo time ago, is improv -1
Miss Maud Divin, of this city, is the will
guestof Miss Kmina lVnnewell, Dover, |
Del.
of Mrs. Mary A. Bullock, nf this city is
visiting her aunt 51m. Quay, in Manny
j '"J; Tni( .,. whiell with !
i an ncci(U , ' t ^ ^jdav. is again in ser- K"
| vice. j
1 Mr. Frederick llilderhmntl and wife
st - ,ieor ^ ll,,w bm ' visili, « in tl,iH i
Clty ' . . ,
Miss Lhhic Lieberman, of this citv, has
-1 b(1(>n visitillg Mrs . n. r/icbcrman, of
I j) over
Jr., of Smyrna, ".
Rohert D. Iloffeckci-,
| ," lls ll "' gll0Bt ll ' l0lu1 '' 111 tllls clty '
' n '
i and F.
lathe citv.
:
•1 Marshall, of West Chester, Pa.
of Salisbury, Mil., are
A. Crier,
1 daughter nf
Middletown have been visiting friends
Mrs. John S. Crouch a
W.
in I his citv.
l'ostmaster Knoeh Moore, is in Greens
boro, Md., where lie expects t<
until Sut
in
,, . mr , \v,. M h;,. ff -r
i* waiting
suiH-i-iiiU-nJi-m I. \v. Alillor,
to " u - v !s !lt '
|- :l ., m'li rn vLit t-. A. singt-s, this ,-in
„ - ls „„ ( |„. s j,.| t |j sl .
remain j.
nlnv.
(V
visit
ing in Bridgeport, N. V., has returned to
e in this city.
if 1 1n- Grand "
The forn
er treasurer
,f t :.e
Wilmington and New ('ustle electric rail
1 , N. Y.
I'it I sliitrg,
Tin*
hlraiii: hip Li- l\»gne,
'liinci*,
ycstcrdiiy
luviv,
„■
k s
i- d'G
it Ii (Tilde petn
i'liin.
Edward II.
i! iVientls in
ily on Wednesdiiy.
i
rly niibler
A. I!. Wi-lell
lie!il
it ion ns
r. aim
US' is
r.
The Pionc.
Ass ifiation
si
Tim I \\ *i 1' \-eighth mm
it
I:'*! 1 on
dieeiing Heu-e, at Ninth ;
'!
s
e
»
| [( . v . \v. f. D-wis of this city m[l , e
an mklrenH at the mmmil meeting of the
Kent County Bible Society, in Dover*
| on Wednesday.
j A. II. Tinges super visor, of the Mary
laid division of the 1\, W. & B. R. Ii., is
( ,, it i
Mr. a
d Mr-.
rv
,rt of
this city on
Wi'iln
Hide an addi'<
iit. tin* PTiruds' j
'at j ml I, tii
laFt evening.
Mrs. it. Frh, who has been the jj
M rs. John
yesterday returned to her home
a
1
Horace
i. Knowles, will make his
future h
which house lie lias purchased from
■at No. II(K» Jackson Street.
in
suffering with the grip, at his home 1401
Broome street.
About twenty-five uienihers of the
Knights of l'ythius, of this city, were in
New Castle, Wednesday night, visiting
A .. Ilia iantge.
George -M. Hunting and George 51.
booth, of Chester, l'a., accompanied by
their wives visited friends in this city on
Wednesday evening.
The lecture w hich was to have been
given by Kev. 11. b. Dulaney last even
ing, lias been delayed on account of the
a ckness of *. r. Dulaney.
William V. \\ iinuiiis, clerk of U. S.
Court of Appeals, of Thitadelphiu, was
the guest of is. Kodmord ."smith, of C. S.
Court of this city, on Thursday.
Special OlUcer Long, of rhiiadelphia,
came to Wilmington,on Thuisday morn
ing, afler Herbert l'atterson, who was
arrested here for the latency of two fur
niulllers.
Mr. Chung, the Chinese, Consul to the
I - . S., at New York, arrived in this city
Wednesday morning, accompanied by
I Commander Cliui, the imiierial Com
; niander of the Chinese navy.
in
of
in
is
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t
in j
i
y
A chucnlataire entertainment will Be
given litis evening in Calvary Sunday
| School room, Third and Washington
streets, for the benefit of the Church.
\ 1 ! aii* invited to come and lend a hedp
imnJ,
Dennis Donohue, aged 28 years, of No.
... , , . , ' .
DOS street, on Wednesday night in nt
leiupting to jmnp front a freight train,
fell amiss the track and the car passed
over his urni, mashing it so badly that
has | amputation was necessary.
The Ladies' Aid Society, of Calvary
Baptist Church, last night gave a butter
IIv tea in the basement of the church. It
.
. I William Quinn and Frank Sheldon. The
, . .. . 4 . ..
Iccoratmns were all pajKT buttcrilyti.
hi.
"The Gossip of Tanglehiwti, u farce,
"h"j vv j[| p t . presented bv Mrs. Ainscmv's
-1 sumUiy-.-school class in St, Paul's 51. E.
Church during the holidays. Those who
the will take part are: Miss Jusie Layman,
| yiisn Ame Hukell, Miss Daisy ('bonier,
Miss Josephine Foulk, Miss Nellie Scot
is Miss Cura Edwards, Misses Elvti and
Mary Blackstone.
! elSlffi- nighi
ser- K" r ^ ,0 T.?Zn? Sin U Hvi-lnd
j provost, Vm. Wilson ; I'reiate, ii. staf
ford ; Warder, II. Waddington ; Sentinel,
i klG Tnlurarf (Tw^iyS; sierLt
"T- J - w - Aim-key;; Inspoetor. Jacob
has Hcbmun; i rustccs, \\. 1). Palmer, J. F.
of Walters, F. 1 \ Turner.
The annual meeting for the election of
illicers for the Woman's Foreign Mis
arv society was held yesterday
afternoon at West Presbyterian Church.
The following officers were elected:
President, Mrs. A. N. Kcigwin; Vice
Presidents, Mrs. Bclville, Mrs. Baird,
Mrs. (irant,
lward; secretary, Mrs. McCowen;
Si in* x;
".
are
Mrs. McCloar and Miss
nf
W.
corresponding secretary,
treasurer, Miss Simons.
-r
large gathering last i*vi*i
j.
c <>f Miss Gertrude Pylej
ci»nicr Lancasler and Bayard 1
"An livening With
(V
avenues,
to Pictures.'
to enjoy
The
•asion
which a line artistic cLispluv of picluresi
adt*. During the evening there!
was vocal and instrumental music rend
m
sold is I'm- the
It A!. I-:. Church,
The Friendship Fire Co. held their tut- !
night. The
" ils
Ted. Refreshments were served at the
display. The proceeds of
:.e "
what
pa-lun s
rail
benelit of the Silverhri:
mud elect ion ot 1 tllieers last
ci* fm* the coming
Ap[)lcion ;
■n
yuiir
Nice
Piv.-idcnl,
W.
President, WchF-cr Blakuluy ; hVconling
D. W. Alalone
Secretary,
Seurelury, J. II. Smith; 1
ivtnry, II. F. Jerome ; Trensurer, W. P.
in
Me( 'nnnell ; Trustee.<, \V. T. Appleton,
ken, P. W. ItepjMTger; Inves
i i.;t ing l 'ninmiitee, .!
i. .1. P. I'edigun ;
. A -1
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Assistant I't-rcmcn,
D < ionni"
lies <»f Si. John's
av all'Tii » 1;
si Peel .
'ivsidunt;
•d Jit '1
I- Wile
The tables were
•I lighted
on
, e
the
is
ks. A large it
d at
hii-li
I'lK it'(
on ropnlDtw
Opposed lo
1 hid vaf i<
Wasiiim.
1 list in
S', D.
i K-t-.
L*.—Six
rmhiTS of III
Pop
Senate I
j ilecided to oppose the Hawaian Annexa
that t in*
I, tii iii t rout v. They
v
at ion * >f l In* Hands is
iinnecossaty
it that such aetii
mild entail heavy
jieiidsilures of money for tin* mainten
a nee of a large navy. Tlie population
brought in by the nnne^ition would be
1
undiserabk*
his
Strong Against C apital I*11 nislimoiil
New York, Dec. 2. —Mayor Sir.
asked yesterday what he thought
possibility of Mrs. Augusta
chances of getting off with twenty years
in the State Prison, while Martin Thorn
might be electrocuted, for the murder of
William Guldensuppc. The Mayar said
that he was not in favor of cpilal puish
nient at all.
ng was ;
of the
Nark's
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mittee, 1'. O. Box 305 if yon desire to make application for member
ship to tlie Wilmington Board of Trade. Dues, $5.00 per year. Write
for copy of by-laws.
APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP
Wn.MiNuTON, Del.,
application foractivc membership in the Wilming
subject to its constitution and by-laws.
-1897.
To the Wilmington Board of Trade:
— hereby make
ton Board of Trade,
Signature
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