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Kinging No Indict incuts Yet Presented bj the Grand Jury—The Witnesses / Examined. At cese church clergy the offered of the our No indictments have as yet been pre I listrict tented by the United States Court grand jury in the cases of the foul remaining looters of the First National Bank of Dover. Alter tire roll Itad been called hv Clerk 8. Kodmond Smith, yesterday morning, Judge Bradford asked the jury as to its pleasure won regard to the hour ol separation in the afternoon in order that lie might know when .to be on hand. Foreman Mttllrn explained that the agreement had been to adjourn at -4 o'clock, but on Wednesday e vening there were some matters to attend to which it teemed well to complete, and conse quently the jury remained until 5 o'clock. Cnited States District Attorney Y att degrift announced that tire lime of ad journment was affected by circum stances, but it would tie either 4 or 6 o'clock. It was the latter hour when the jury filed into the Federal Court room and then t hey requested that they be dis charged until this morning at 10 o'clock. During the day the witnesses called by the grand jury were William N. Boggs, J. D. Bogcs. Ezekiel Cooper, YV. T. Shar p and J. 11. Bateman. with the be it men, hearty in tire bilities may wisdom earlv sailors tude behalf tion," St, next was THINKS IT A CRIME. The Dr. dent the ized lias of shewed females one males of pital lation Dr. the to take So Speaks a Si iglo T ix Seventh Ward Delegate of legislature's Action on Australian Ballot. The New Castle county Single Tax committee met last evening at the head quarters of the Young Men's Single Tax Club at Fourth and Shipley streets, for the purpose of electing an executive com mittee and to take other preliminary steps toward making an early and vigor ous campaign this coming fall. The building was taxed to its utmost to accommo Jate the many delegates and other active workers in the Single Tax ranks. The delegates from the various districts reported a growing sentiment in favor of the Single Tax, and instances were related of a number of Republicans who intended to vote the Single Tax ticket in the future. Another delegate from the Seventh ward reported that the Legislature's mutilation of the Australian ballot law; was looked upon as a crime by many of the residents of his district, both Demo cratic and Republican. The follow ing executivecommittee was ' ^nd elected, who w ill conduct the coming ceeded campaign ; YY'illiam Hogan, chairman; | R. II. Jacobs, secretary: Charles K ; date Bisliop, treasurer; Daniel Lynch, Joseph j fish Carlin. Edward Banks and Daniel Buck-i I faculty < and I A. , . ... p . of The funeral of Mrs. Margaret R. Dun- . taken'to'" lover?'"where 'interment III j k , made. Mrs. Dunning was at one time a resident of this citv, but recently resided A' in Philadelphia. A short time 'ago she visited friends in Kennett Sunare Pa i w 1 re she died twelve davs ago ' " i lev. Roily Kept Twelve Days. , YY'ord v a sent to her son, James Dun ning wh" is a resident of Southern Cali lorini. He asked that the body of his mother be kept until his return to this city. The arrangement< f >r the funeral as >r 7 bail been maib*. bin- wen* iiustDoneil and the son arrived in thin city Wednesday tavern, evening. The body when seen by tl son was in a perfect, sl-nte <»t' preserva- j 59. t-ion, Undertaker John I». Martin having tax, embalmed it. : | 2, I, lions A Baker's Narrow Kse.ipe Jacob Knopf, baker, o( No. 112 King street, had a narrow escape froni death j yesterday morning. He was driving his team over the P., W. ifc 1». railroad at ! Jjandlith station at 0.40 o'clock, when j t.lie Cln*sap<'ake and Ohio s »u them press train hove insight. Althougl engineer reversed tin* lever of ti e engii e, ^rnhsmiS™ 1 "' 1 ' f, " ne i Knopf! awed .a save himself by | fW jumping, but lie too was struck and ! santsr»• and was slightly bruised about the body. sMb x In wi The vehicle was completely wrecked and the horse, which was uninjured, was found later at tiie livery stables of John H. fadell, Fourteenth street and Rail-' road avenue. th.' ! j In Municipal Court yesterday mor.i- j i H ing Hugh Grubb and Michael Bro.vn | ,[ n young lads,were arraigned on the cha - e of throwing stones at railroad trains. Thov Municipal Court. aw;i\ werw repi imandod by the c : 1. Olid Agent Stout of the j as directed t ubb b iv. •t .and disc-hat look into the S. I'. C. case i f the mail' I that as hill'd 8 .Marv F.. Ihi-'ri-, ban (or disorderly conduct. I SAD and ; was |this ■reigned is i Jacob Sar.nd •f slahhii oh,red. Si, oaths' sentenced to three iprisi tl n le n t. llassnmaii, 1 tin* .vies thought ] at t' e Delawai''- llos Clinrli's will Luke h Clark, .1"! v, O'Neill and ( ar • li i rle. Th cased of u, s tl who is suffer net to tie pital. ing ills IM-P'IIN t )u «<•:< s (•••nt i iupm l until Satur at and bring lefjnuvd in dav night, $200 bail M c(V.nv.ick und Job James Drik dr i in kenness. i I* tin* N>«1W«. So'ree \ 1 Till.. people of this city liri'e in-t nigld in Turn Hall, tl live 1 ihject ,1 for the a night scl being to col red >0 ith. About and sevc id singer and New Jcrs'y took ] _ Jt was a success throughout an 1 '.omize r.Y were present from l'etinsvlvania t in the pro gram. . , the school will start up m a few we -ks. Ap| ronoliinig Xuplials. Gar Is apfieari'd yesterday for the wed ding of Miss li"fsio M. Fi aid of Middle town and Frank R. Pool of Macdonongli, in St. Anne's Episcopal Church, at the former place, Thursday evening, June USth, at H o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Clerk of the Peace Jefferson B. Foard. at ited PATRIOTIC CLERGYMEN. Kinging Resolution* Passed by Ihe Diocese of Delaware Protestant of Episcopal Church. At the annual convention of the Dio cese of Delaware. Protestant Episcopal church which concluded its sessions at Georgetown on Wednesday night, the clergy fully demonstrated then loyalty andpatriotism to the I'nited States by the adoption of the following (esolutions offered by Archdeacon George \Y. Dame, of the Archdeaconry of Dover: "Whereas, In the providence of God our Nation's now engaged in a conflict believe, in with a foreign power, as we the great cause of humanity; therefore, be it church "Resolved, That as patriotic men, we take this occasion to offer to the President of t*e Cnited States hearty sympathy and loyal co-operation in tire discharge of tire solemn responsi bilities now resting upon him, with the assurance of our constant prayers that he may receive from the Godot battles the wisdom and courage earlv and abiding peace; be it further "Resolved, That to our soldiers and sailors who go forth at their country's command, we would extend our grati tude and blessing anil supplicate in their behalf the Divine guidance and protec tion," , . St, Joint's P. E. Church, YY llnnngton, ilectad as the place for holding tire next convention in June of IS!)!*. mr necessary to an was g( Hospital Trustees Meet. The trustees of the Delaware State Hospital for tiie Insane held their monthly meeting at Farnhurst yesterday morning. Dr. William if. Hanckcr. superinten dent of the institution was authorized to purchase fireworks for a celebration on the Fourth of July. He was also author ized to dispose of the idd organ, which lias been in .the institution for a number of vears, and to purchase a new one. The report of the superintendent shewed the admission of 5 nudes and 5 females during the mouth of May, with one patient dismissed and the death of 4 males and 2 females, t lie largest number of deaths in one month since the hos pital was established, lation is 170 males and 123 females. Dr. Hancker was authorized to invite the Board of Trustees of the Almshouse to meet the Trustees of the Insane and take dinner with them for the purpose of becoming more sociable. Tiie total popu Ijfaac p. Johnson will retire from the principalahip of Friends' School at |thc ' ^nd of the present term and will he suc ceeded by Enos L. Doan, | Miss Caroline L. Crew will be the asso ; date principal as well as teacher of Kng j fish and English literature. Charles H. Cookman retires from the, I faculty to pursue liis theological studies , < and he will be succeeded bv llerschel! I A. Norris, who takes the degree of Master 1 of Arts nt Princeton this venr. . y u j retires from the bovs' I - ""'U j k , ne ' v 'd'with the new . b ' s 1 , a. ! A' V . • s'tendier in the ^ , V i • i V i GhestnntHill Academy and in a 1 lula i institution tor mute children. ' j Changes in Faculty. , as follows; Inn or Licenses Issued. t*'- : . ; tavern, 2, 8200; special inn or j S2->; peddler, 2. 51-"); hawker ; >r peddler, 14, ¥1150; merchants, yearly, [ merchants, six months and Clerk of the Peace J. 1!. Foard issued [ 7 licenses from April 1st to Mat tavern, 1 j 59. tax, 24. $1 manufacturers, yearly, j manufacturers, six months, till; : 12,11:11 | 2, ¥12.84; marriage, 110, 8221'; at ctioraw, I, $10; brokers, doctors, II, ¥13 lions 1, $100; ; . } 0; eating- 1 'J, circu i: dentists, 2, >0: lawyers, 11, $1 , $40; real estate, 0, 9, 70, $100; merry- j $0:1.7'). Total amount, | j plnitognipl stallions and jack; ! j i Philadelphia, a bill of equity has been | fW by il..m.i.» G-Cmig and others ! a " ' J'-O.ttg A ( o., and J din *.•»£>.*i sMb ( > 1,1 ' l ' lt 1'. fVh.T.ni'n 1 !ofi.,.ilhl.an,l toJohn YYaldton tothel in 4. 8 nd, 1, 0S4.1I7. Bill in Equity Filed In the Fnited Stales Oiteuit Court, of amount of $t>,555. ami that jtidgem wi re entered at YY'iimingtun for i acl •nt, of th.' debts. Human Hones l'ouml. number of the emi loyes of ihe ! As i j Water Department were excavating n trench for a water main . j i H .|i,w second yesterday morning, they j | ,[ n g quantity of human bones, crowd 1 f pi is 1.9 soon congregated about I French si reel A . 1,1 .,1..V:: 1 rt!!!i lu .. <l i aw;i\ portions of tin gha.il> find .is | A ,arge bowii^knni^wasj,mind | and quite a spot j relic--, mail' I Hies a I that the pern buried there was an 1 ban warrior. ; The schooner Frances S hubert, which j was seized hv Marshal Short, arrived i-i i |this city yesterday nftcri., where she ! Si'll ude for settlement with"'thebVwnei's <d 1 1 tin* steamer Eric, with whirl ] schooner itpsaid to have collided. will remain until i ! Relief I'ujunias Wanted. TIk* Dclawnr.* brand ('nrps f»l' tlu* IhinglitorH «»f the An Iievolnlinn have received orders t< at once sixty pajamas for the hospital at kev YYest. 'York will be given on to- i morrnw "lorning at I t o clock at tht-ir l ^ Ivinitable Dui.din^, Ninth and .Market streets. d 11 ■lies mke i i 1 Mueailnmi/.tng Twcinii Street. Rapul progress is being mnile in 111a cailamiziiig Twelfth street.which is to be improved hetween Murkct nml Jefferson. Two equares.ii'oin West to Jefferson,have been eovered with the foundation stone, which is being put down at the rate of 101) yards per day. 1 Substitute Appointed. Yesterday tin ruing Postmaster Mi ore appointed Alexander/. Clair, of No. 1 24 Flan; Eleventh stieat, a substitute clirk at the postofllce. Robert D. Hoffecker, of Smyrna, vis ited in this city vesterday. SHORT SESSION Of the City Council and Very Little Business Transacted—Reports of Inspectors. Citv Council met in regular weekly session last night and no business of im portance w as t ransacted. ATlie City Treasurer's report showed a balance of ¥18.790.08 in Cnion bank to the city's credit and a special fund for improvements of parks of $23,040.55. Delinquent taxes of '97 of $750 was re ported as received from C. M. Savers and *1,01)6 from Edward Mitchell, Jr. The report of the building inspector showed that during the month of Slav nineteen building permits were issued at a value of and that $71 was received in fees. tTlie oil inspectors report showed 17,850 gallons inspected during the past month and the inspector of milk report showed 10.11*5 gallons inspected and live quarts condemned. A communication was received from General ltoss of the G. A. It., thanking council, Chief Oman and the police force for their attendance at the Decoration day parade. A bill of ¥213-33 from Flinn Bros, was accepted and an order drawn for the amount. On motion absence.was granted to ltaliff John .1. Kyan from June 3rd to June 17th. Mr. Ryan will take a trip to Canada. "Council then adjourned. if Mr. O'Neil, leave of 5 4 DESERTERS SENTENCED. Court Martial at Middletown Results la Sending Two Men to Fort Delaware. Two of the deserters from Camp Tun nel who were arrested in this city on Monday last, have been severely dealt with. Their cases were taken up by Court Martial vesterday morning and the penalty for the offence was announced. They will serve two years at hard labor on Fort Delaware and their pay will ire reduced from $15.00 per month to $5.00. The deserters were brought up from Middletown vesterday afternoon and taken over to the Fort. One of the voting men, named Thornton, is from this city. Committed to a Home. Judge Rail yesterday morning formally committed t<> the Home for Friendless and Destitute Children, six children by the name of Steele, who were found in destitute circumstances at Dover by Agent Stout- of the S. P. C, C., and three bv the name of Dean, who were recently found in a similar condition recently at No. HKM) Pleasant street, thiH city. , \ incent Harrington, of Milfotd, joster day morning sent a sea turtle, weighing 1 ninety pounds to Michael J. Sharkey, of the Hotel Lafayette. .Mr. Sharkey will I serve it for lunch on tomorrow evening. .... -T/'l """"'T'" i'« Brandywine ! w, » >* <>n Mondav or the sea ^ H, «"i unan will ha\ec ia g( i V f 'he swimming pool, wind, will be fret for men and boys on Mondays, YYednes ' j a y 6 and Saturdays, and for women and girls on Thursdays. Large Son Turtle. For a W orthy Cause. : A strawberry festival will be given at ; the YV. C. T. F. headquarters, No. 100 j \\\-st Eighth street, next Tuesday cven ; jproceeds are to lie for the bene [ jj ti *j, e sulHiei- bo V s> at Camp Tttnnell. [ j " I I i I Holy ; 1 j | i Th ' o,i,y 1 Every ingredient is named in the Bib]e< Even the direc tions for mixing are found in the word of God, Christians everywhere should be inter-. ested in this lmaiviqus recipe Tiie verses in the Bible are Cake of of n j I A <l i given, the symbols are abso j .is | j | lively correct. Holy cake is j a delicious pastry that should be served in every Christian j j family aild at every religious i-i i r .... . she ! least. Verily IS it taken <d 1 from tile Book of God. A ! printed copy costs a dime - Address: The Religious Ex change, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. at , E will p , nyoHr uimie , 1U(1 address in to- i HI T11K ' SU ' S Directory for 10 cent, W Vou wi „ ^ r J ceive H fn ll re U urn f or y 0Up muu( .y within a month in i on ...pj eHt magazines, pamphletH, etc., etc., seut out by publishers, manufacturers and jobbers who are ever anxious to yet in touch with l Directory Department TH M J SUV, Uan dolph Building. Philadelphia, U. 8. A. mke i 111a be of -lido agents. Addres PIliES t PILES I ore 24 clirk PILES 1 There is but one cure. Send one Dime THE DOMINION INSTITUTE. vis box !\ 1 onfon, C ntario CLAYTON HOUSE Cafe :~ Situated on the main floor and' every thing first class. An elaborate dinner served from 12 noon to 2 p. in. for 50c. HARRY ROTHMAN, Proprietor. L. E. BA YUS, 32ml ami Market Streets. All kinds of bedding plants. Uerani ums, Verbenas, Heliotropes, Hoses. Special attention given to Funerals ( and Weddings. HOTEL WESTERN Fourth and Orange St. The finest of wet goods and cigars al ways ou hand. EDWARD KRAUSE. Propr. Permanent Boarders. WHEELER & WILSON New No. 9 Family SEWING machine. A great, improvement over anything ever made in the way of Sewing Machines. THE LATEST AND BEST. The only SEWING MACHINE that >ee not fail in any point. KOTARY MOTION and BALL BEAR INGS make it the LIGHTEST RUNNING Machine in the world. Needles and parts for all makes of sewing machines for sale. Repairing from 50c. up. No; 12 East Seventh St. SAMUEL J. MELVILLE. Manager. DON'T WAIT —BUT— Fill your bins with the best Lehigh Coal from the yard of > 106 Maryland Avenue, Delaware and Atlantic, 573. Delmarvia, 875. FOUR Hi Flit PUZZLE, A Brain Burnisher for 10 Cents ir, Address: AGENT 331 1-2 5th St. Jersey City, N. J. $5000 FOR A Pfl I M | Do vou want to * * ' know what your ; coins are worth ? They are worth what they will bring—no 1 We will send you a schedule telling the prices we will pay for any United States coins you may have thus giving the actual value of all American coins fo- e Dime. Address, For Tea Cents of .my kind nt mon more. The Century Coin Company, DAUBY, PA Delaware County. KXTto BOTHItiG is§o$T5 TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS we will send yin The Florist's Secret. Vou will never have plaits .if yo failure with you simple dir recti oil wc send you for Ten Cants follp-v the - i nuts to grow. you v a it your Semi a Dime. !The Flower Show. No. 318 Mluncli Street, HARRISBURG. PA. ilisg sting P(jrg(J cm bs 1 — ^ured Eczema Eczema This ; disease cured. Orien tal Ointment ' | will J lo it. Price, One Dollar. Egyptian Pharmaceutical Company 1 ' Camden, N. J. (Mi eu Iris mailed to well-to-do farmers for $1.30. All fresh names. J. W. MeGraw, Mansfield La. nmilO !ln< l Ht amps bong! itatapre . I M\ miirni. Y'estpockct list 10c UUIIlU Albt. Scott,Cohoeg N. Y. Cntapest and best house in America Send to cts. for srmple any wording. Cliniax Stomp YVoiks, Box 101, Bel green, Ala. Kubbar Stamps EASY MONEY FOR AGENTS. Rest Inhaler made; idls like wildfire. 50c; sample and particulars for 2oc. leasts one vear. BUCKEYE NOVELTY CO., Bellaire, Ohio Box 270. BEFORE taking up arms be sure and secure a periect — — — I - i likeness, such as a visit to J. Paul BroWn'S Studio WILL GUARANTEE. A V < Artist in Photography and General Portraiture. 617 MARKET STREET. ^JUiUiUiUiUiiUiUiUUUUlUiUUiUiUUUitiUUUUiUUUUiU 3 IT IS When u man or a woman needs something that an advertisement of that tiling in a newspaper impresses him or her. That is why continuous advertising is gen erally most profitable. But the advertisement and the time and the m 3 3 £ 3 £ 3 3 reader's eye must come together. 3 ^ IF YOUR ADVERTISEMENT IS IN 3 3 THE SUN 3 3 It will be seen, because every reader reads every page. It is, as you know, a newspaper made to be read from first column to last. 3 3 3 £ 3 £ 3 THE SUN, ^ £ 3 £ 3 WILMINGTON, DEL. £ 3 THE CENTRAL HOTEL Sixth and French Streets. Host Pleasant Place in Town A system of electric calls lias Ixien throughout tiie building, and every coil' made for patrons. Special attention the dining department. ;.Bur attached. placed 1 is paid to ■nee ISAAC C. PYLE. Wanted ! Wanted ! Table, Transient and Permanent Boarders at LAFAYETTE HOTEL. .. Studio, 702 West Fifth Street, J. L. DASHIELL, Violinist and Teacher, WILMINGTON, DEL. Music Furnished for Halls, Reccptinto etc. Pupil of E. A. BRII.L JOHN R. KILMER, Undertaker. i. Immediate and polite given all. —Office— N. W. Cor. Ninth and French Sts. Embalming specialty, attention , or,cimT>o i i A f REA 1 IEvS oil the horse and his diseases bv Dr. BJ. Ken- I dall. Price,' postpaid IOC., i , ' 1 - Tl ■ regular price 25c. It is a pa-, per covered book of 90 pages. Address, J. W. HANN., Wauueta, Neb. N -ewsi'ai-ku advertisin'!; in the w.l-onuL^ edition for 1W7) with having ruprular issues of i l.iXX) copies or more. Also sejuirote State maps of each and every State of the American Union, I immintf those towns only in which there •wspai>crs hnvinpr more tl lation. This Imok (issued Decemhcr 13, 1807) will m receipt owe 11 Ail 1 .ooo i.iri'ii be sent, imstHtrt'itaiil, to miy iiilitress, of one itollur. Aftilress, The Ui'o. P. 1 vertistna Co, 10 Siiruce St, New York. PEDWARD H. SANCEZ & CO. Members of Nat'l Distributors' Association All kinds of mitfloor advcrtlsimr throughout entire Comities of llillslmroiigh, Folk. Manatee Appropriate Wagon and strictly from house to house, ask for liest references. Also ' treular mailers. P. O. Box Tampa. Flu. LADIES do you want a Indus from the prairies of Neb. small round Cactus with a hand some bright red blossom, grows wild oil the Neb. prairies. 1 will send one postpaid for 15c, 2 for 25c. Address J. W. HANN, Wauneta, Neb. t is a It Voa Can JVIakc The Sourest Y'inegar ever tasted at a trilling cost. No fruit ; no acid ; abso lutely harmless. Send 25c. silver fo' receipt. Address, B.SSIG, No. 109 East Main St„ Van Wert, Ohio FREE In order to introduce our paper into 100,0011 homes during tiie next III) days we will send it one year abso lutely FREE, provided you send 10 cents t he postage and the names of to help pay 3 or more of your friends whom you think would be most likelv to subscribe Address AMERICAN HOME CIRCLE. 2531N. 45 Court, Chicago. Ill 11'><- st ACTER «ll others FAIL DR.LOBB 329N.I5THST. Between vine v4 CabcwhiS VHIUtDELPHIA-S FAMOUS CPT" -LIST 80 Years' Continuous Practice In tf * re of Self Abuse ^Loss of ^ a v/er OtaoH, Shrunken Organ» Fullii Jirxfm r.d—SpectaS Ihimncn frrmnnently C«rrrt in 3 to 6 day*. LO lUViS thu ouly BiieclRlist that rA*rmanently norea Ha has no equal, no mattor what oUMta advertise. Privnte Cwnaultlntf Hooinn foreacb patient Advice free, liverythiuc Onfldeutlak Bend Z-cent Htainp for Book eape log quacks, UmIT poisonous treatments, etc. _ Office Hours—9 A. M. till 8P.M.,pod0to9*VtO> Sdcs. dallj ami Suaduva. Dr A POUND OF READING HATTER. will be sent to any address in the United States lor a silver dime. Tip se packages are made up of -tondard newspapers and period ic ils of real literary worth. They are God-sends to invalids and s.ay-at-homes. Address, News paper Exchange, Bishop Build ing, Philadelphia, Pa. i. Grand Union Tea Agent traveling over so miles of territory will diplribute CIR(TLAHS, TACK UP SINGS, etc., , c,l>liver . Hn "!P' eii at reguJar rates. Reference furnished. Address, FRANK S. YY'EST, Dennyville, Maine. S2CRET STRENGTH DEVELOPED No medicine, no operation. Rational and sure. Mode of treatment sent anywhere for One ™»} e - Shadow System, Box 8, i Philadelphia, Pa. _ I / y