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AMONG THE CHURCHES. Where the People or This City Will Worship Tomorrow—The Dif ferent Sermons. St. Paul's M. E. Church. Seventh and L. S. Murray, n. m,, Sunday Lord's Supper. 0.45 p. in. Market streets, Kev. W. pastor. 9.30 a, in. and 2 school. 1(1.:!0 a. in. the 145 p. in.' "Three Ships. Y. i*. S. C. E. Second Baptist Church, Ninth' and Franklin streets, Rev. Frederic Briggs, pastor, Sunday, June 5. Morning ser vice 10 30, Bermon by pastor. Evening lervice 8 o'clock, subject: ''Knowing Sermon by Kev. William L. Pettingill. from Pennsylvania Bible In stitute, of Coatesvilie. Pa. Baptism will introduce the evening service. Y. P.„S. C. E. at 7 o'clock. Central Presbyterian Church, Sunday, June 5. 10.30 a. in., preaching by Rev. T. A. McCurdy, I).D. Subject: "Unrest." differing for Endowment Fund. 12 m., Sabbath school, (i.45 p. in., prayer meet ing of Y. 1'. S. C. E. 7.45 p. in., preach ing by Rev. T. A. McCurdy, I'. I). Subject: "Fidelity Revived." Church of the New Jerusalem, corner »[ Delaware avenue and Washington rtrvets, Rev. Philip B. Cabell, pastor. Services at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning sermon on "The King and 11 is Kingdom. Evening subject: "Judgment to Come. Sunday School at 9.15 a. m. tiod. Trinity Church, Delaware avenue and Adams street, the Kev.il. Ashton Henry, rector. Services 7.30 a. m. and 7.45 p. in. 10.30 a. m., united anniversary service iin the new church. Sunday School 2.30 HP m. First Unitarian Church, West street above Eighth, Rev. Alexander T. Bow ser, Minister. Subject for Sunday, June 5: "The Gospel Way of Making Life's Yoke Easy and Its Burden Light. Ser vice at 10.45 o'clock. All scats free. Ttie public cordially invited. Olivet Presbyterian Church, Fourth ind Broome streets. Rev. J. R. Milligan, 1). D., minister. Divine services 10.30 *. m., 7.45 p. in. Sunday School 2 p. in. Christian Endeavor 6.45 p. in. Seventh Day Adventists, meet in Red Men's Hall, "No. 515 Shipley street, as follows: Sabbath school every Saturday it 10.30 a. in.; other services 11 o'clock. Bible lecture Sunday afternoon 2.30. Epworth M. E. Church, Tenth and Lombard streets, Kev. F. Burgette Short, pastor. 9.30 a. in., class meeting led by George Booker; 10.30 a. in.,communion: Sunday school, 2 p. in.; evening service 7.45p.m.; address by the pastor. Sub ject, "Our Public Schools." Eighth St reef Baptist Church, Kev. 11. C. Jones, pastor. Preaching 10.30 a. m. Sunday school 2 p. in. Bethany Baptist Church. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. O. G. Buddingtou. 10.30a. m.. and 7.45 p. in. Sunday school 2p. m. Meeting of P>. Y. P. U., at (i 45 p. m. North Baptist Church. Services at [0.30a. in. and 7.45 p. in., by the pas tor, Rev. E. G. Merrill. Bible school at 9 a. m. and 2.30 p. m. Young jieoples' service 7 p. in. Wednesday evening meeting 7.45. Wesley M, E. Church,northeast corner streets, the I i | Key. . W . Shuiji, pastor. ( oinmunion i lOi.JO a. m. and 7.4.) p. in. ( lass meet* j mg 1 'ft a. m. Sunday school 2 p. m. Rpworth League 5.45 p. m. •Scott M. H. Church, corner of Seventh add Spruce streets. Kev. F. 1\ Harris, pastor. L. F. Grubb's class fl.15 a. m. ('oinmunion 10.30 a. m.. Sunday School 2 ]>. m. Willing Workers 3.30 p. jik Fpworth League <>.30 p. m. Kven-1 ing sermon by the pastor 7.45 i rtf Linden and Jackson Hatrisou Street M. K. Church,between Harrison ami Franklin streets, on ! •SeveuiJi. Rev. Ralph T. Coursev, pastor. I <S 6 mmimion service 10.30 a. m." Smuiav | School 2 n. ,n. Epwortl, League 6.45 I Preaeliing 7.45 p. in. j Union Christian Mission l-'ront and ! i moil l nristi.ui .Mission, I a m nndi Jefferson streets, biinday fecliool 2 p. in. Fvneriom*p n e timr-n'! i 5 n m I'l-i.a.-h experience n.e ting at.i. l i|>. m. i reatn- i ing/.30 p. in. Services every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7.30. . r \ , 0ibfaware A venae Baptist Church, Delaware iiveimeami West streets Rev. j William A. Walling, pastor. Breaching 40.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. I,,.; Sunday school 2 p in Braver meeting 1..J0 p in. j Wednesday evening prayer meeting i.4.>. , ( hristmn Endeavor, l-ridav ,.4-. p. in. j St. Michael's Kpincopal ('hurcli, ('liest-1 ant and Adams streets, the Rev. Harry j -nr. Morning prayer at 10 Holy(5'i: hi m 111 <m and service , . , ;li | I Hanover Bresbvteri.,,, Clmreh, Sixth ! J lid King streets. ' sm.dav school 9 a. ... Fivichi 11 i_r |o '!() Mud 7'!() m. ('h'ristiaii Endeavor Society 7 p. m! Wednesday evening, praver meeting at w 1 * Ransom, recti o'clock. ?<).&) a. m. Sunday School 2.30 p. m Kvotiing prayer ch mm I with serin 7.45 j). in. Rnilney Si reel Brerbytet'ian Clitm-li, and 545. vice nt 1U.3I Sunday Seine B- »'• . V. B. S. ('. K. -'30p. at (».30 p. in. Kings wood M. Iv Church, Fourteenth and ('layinunt sheets. Class Meeting 9.15 a. m. Preaching 10.30a. m. Sun* 1 day Scliuol 2 p. in. Kpwnrth league I'reaching and Revival Set tices 7.30 p. m. i Asburv M. K Churcji, Tliird and Wal ant streets. Lev. F./.ra Tinker. I>. I)., pastor. 0 o'clock a. tin, class meeting. 10.30 a 111 ., 11 »ly (o minuuion and recep lion of persons into the church. Sunday school 2 j). m.; I'riion Holinesimecting! 2, p. in.; Christian Kndeavor praver meeting (>.30 p. m. Kvening sermon at 7.45. by Kev. Hr. Tinker, subject, '■'The IVw, Its business and lieliu:i«nis Attitude." text. Romans 12th chapter, 7Tf 1 1 . Utli, and 13th verses, inclusive Tt, e ml owing thoughts will lie developed in the disc mrse; First thought is divine Dc'rvice with business diligence! second ivith Chri-tian Kndcavorers, third, with iervonev of spirit, fourth, with Lottaticy •j |)o > q fifth with constant praver. M I** (Mmrcli Ninth and West #trcvt- * Rev Henry Baker pastor. Itr.lv Coinn, 111 '.ion s .t 10 ;<) «i n Sundav Idilw> !>Hi 1 Fveniiia sermon at 7 45 . ' ' ■ V- , 8 . ; , . 2 , Orel Metlmdist- I roteHtant ( It itc 1 , Seventh and \\ almit streets, Ut s. ' eu 'K e L \\olfe, pastor. Morning service, W..4D. Sunday s.hool, 2 p. in. Evening service, 7.45. Imion M. K. C'liurcli, Fifth and Wash iiigtoii streets, Rev. J. I). C. Hanna, pas >>r Uomtntinion service, 10.30 a. in. Sunday school 2 p. in. Epworth L -ague, *.45 p. m. Evening sermon by pastor at * si5. first Breshytorian Church, Market ti.30 |>. III. Grace* street above Ninth, the Rev. W. M. v feS« E Md U ?«S m Me 7 'WednK P Pra>e. and 1 rai*. Rm« tuumeua> evening at 8 o clock. East Iaike 1 resbyteriau l much, Tweutv-seventh and Market streets. Kev. George H. Trulk pastor. I ivine services 10.30a. in., and i.4o' p. ni., con ducted by the pastor. Sunday School at 2 p. in. Y. 1'. S. C. E. at 7 p. in. \\ ed nesdav evening service at 7.45. St. Andrew's Church, southwest cor- 1 ner of Eighth and Shipley streets. Rev. Charles E. Murray, rector. Holy Com umnion 10.IK) a. in. Sunday School 2 p. m. Evening Service at 7.45. Sundav will b> the 199th anniversary of the consecration of Holv Trinity (Old Swedes') Church. At the 10.30 a. m. service Archdeacoa Bradv of l'liiladel pliia, will preach tlie anniversary scr ,, lon ' The public service of the praying baud at Asburv Church was a grand success. People were present from all the Metho dist churches of Wilmington and par ticipated in the service. The Rev. Dr. T. Gardiner Littcll will give the sermon at the ordination of his Harrington, to the diaconate, on Sunday at 10.30 a. in., in St. John's Church. W. B. P. Harrison (t ill also lie ordained. preach at a confirmation service at 4 o'clock p. in., the same day in St. John's. son. The Rev. John S. Littell will I SUPERIOR WORK Ol'the American Gunners as Shown During the Present War Due to Continous Practice. In almost every engagement ot the present war the superiority of the Ameri can marksmanship lias been noteworthy. It lias evidenced familiarity with the powers of the great guns of the navy and of tjie conditions under which they can do the most effective execution. At Manila, at Matanzas, at Porto Rico, in short on every occasion when it lias been possible to display our marksman ship, our gunners have made a spendid showing. It is not the result of chance or the fortunes of war by any means, but of hard and constant drilling and beautiful discipline. Our boys can give the de fenders of Spain cards and spades in marksmanship and probably teach a few lessons to the other nations who are looking on with finger itching to get into the pie. It is no inexpensive thing, this drill ing of gunners. It is a luxury which Spain cannot afford. Hence her poor showing in the recent encounters which 1 This fact she lias had with our ships. _ .... mav bo easily understood when von ; realize that during the bombardment of Matanzas Uncle Sam paid S2110 even time the Puritan discharged one of her bisj guns. 1 Ui course, in wartime. this would be : extremely expensive. Consequently mu navv has adopted other means of insur ing proficiency on the part of her gunners. Our ships are obliged to have target practice with big guns at least i once every three months, when tlie ■ | number of shots to be fired is prescribed i by regulations, which vary as the men j gr y \ V m pioticieney. The great expense ! attached to this necessarily reduces the; number of shots fired from each gun. 1 But in order that practice may be kept up, daily drills are substituted, either in the form of sub-calibre or aiming drills. | Hie great gun practice takes placv under conditions as near as possible to those which would arise in actual war i hue. Hie target is , amnoret!, mi l tin* jK". lls . aa ' trained on it both while tin* ! f 1 '? " ,ovl . , K "''d while she .is station-, I tir .v', . .• . , | „ • ... ! | get is placed upon a platlorm I supported by ba ids. |. from lie j centre comes a pole, on tlie miinn.it ot ! " "'l ' ' l ' ll 'l . 1 ' l lel ' l! ='. Ie " are four protrndingcanvus wings or sails, wit li a semi-circle i aimed on each w,,,... " 1111 a H vim tut a. uiiiiiiii a eiiui, so i ,|,at no matler which wav the target ,|ieiv >s alwavs a ' bull's-eve to a at ' J. * tii t I he target mav be placed at anv dis j tai.ee ouis.de ot loot yards the vessels. 1 welve hundred yards is usual- . jly the range To each gun is allotted a j certain number o Urea, or "strings," as ( , iliev are technically called I j Hie total .lumber of shots fired ,luring , °uu quailei im a Hlup, ,*a> oi flu* iexan j class, wouldbe (.42 1 wo -'-inch guns ; woukl lire (linv shots each, one each !, , "'th full charge, and two each with re jdneed charges. The weigh of t he film | would be StlO pounds and the Charge of I pov. del from .>00 to 400 pounds. ! % ''''rty^ix «>.«!« " i., 7, f in', ' ; v i"!",, . v, ', 1' P nll,, dui.-. 144 ti«»m m\ 1-pminima and > li 'it'ty - six froiii fniir llntchkissrevotving '' :uin , n "' l* ^ shrajinel Iron, .i-uicli guns , anu twentv-two additional shuts would secondarv balteiv. in (ircU-r I,* give ntlici-s tban tbn.-c regularly ..... Tln-v (leterinine bv .iiii'N (li'tviiniiK* u\ be alluwej tlie ship. 1 Tlies- dill's of great gun drill areepuebs in the lives uf unr uttilnr buvs. l-'inir observe-ra are employed to note the tic curacy of the file. Two 1 1 boats the water. •aits of graduating T squares the point liether it be t >tlie i right or left of the target, and whether Bie shot has gone short or over the mark. d he other two observers are stationed on the ship*>. One notes the number of} ^hot and records the apparent fall as it appeurs to the fourth ooserver, who watches the night of the projectile. A 1 similar record of shots is kept by each of ! 'he observers in the boats. This system ' applies* particularly to when the ship is 1 1 stutioiiarv. In moving practice, when | ever possible, the same system «)t record '"k r observed,but there are times when | Bus is impossible, owing tothecondition the sea. I Regular reports are made to the ad I 'niral of the fleet, and the s iccessful gun- j j neis are then indeed happy. Money 1 a . r * K iv ;en to the best marksmen of | I l,,e vll J' i i! us and quarterly the Bu ,vau °! * Nll 'igation issues a printed cireu ' ^ "dative landing of ; '-acli Hl.ip in Hie rervico an to target prac , 1 ti^, e j 1 his list contains the nanien oi all the best niarksinen of eaclt ship, arranged lit order of merit. Thin in itself fosters a spirit of emulation among the men as well as a keen rivalry between the ships, and even among the gun divisions of the same ship. The honor thus gained is by far more highly appreciated by Jack than tlie mere money prize. But it must De remembered that tlie aett al firing of the big guns is a great ex • fab of the shot. penw. It is a luxury which might easily if».taltyWl> *«• .!.« »l,w, „ P Thinner pVacticnllv brings in.,, play e , ( hkji| jn g P hti #)ld manipulating the big fellow* But in ft(a j 0 f actually tiring the great g w it it their massive charges, a line or „ is placed inside the bore, and (j ie whot is discharged from that. There a cii-ctilar frame, with four supports mis, w hich tits inside the bore, and this sup ports the small firearm in position. The j 1 gunner lias practically the same oppnr tunity to exercise his skill and ae-1 curacy and to maneuver the big gun : as j le would have if it were heavily I charged. The aiming drill is a most interesting j oiieration, in that no shot is actually fired, and yet the greatest degree of ac curacy is obtained. In this dri.l the marksman mounts a ritie on a tripod, at a distance of usually thirty feet from the target, the operation taking place on the mam deck. The target is a piece of blank paper, ruled off into squares and nailed upon a I wooden background about the size of an ordinary door. At the end of this stands the gunner's mate, holding in his hand a circular disk made of tin and perfor ated in the centre with a small hole. This disk has a handle, and the gunner's mate holds it over the target. The man at the gun sights his weapon, aiming at the hole in the centre of the disk, which lie tries to get as near the exact centre of the target as possible. As he squints along the barrel lie calls out to the gunner's mate where to sight, the disk. Right, left, u), and down goes the piece of tin, according to the direction shouted out by the marksman. When hi* thinks he has trained his rifle so that it points directly at the centre of the target, and the ball would go through the hole in the disk, lie shouts "Stop!" Then the gunner's mate takes a pencil and holding the disk in position makes a mark through the centre upon the paper target. This operation is repeated three times, then the next man has his trial. The idea of the three shots is to get them as closely together on the target as pos sible—that is. the three pencil marks forming the smallest triangle constitutes the best marksmanship. To determine the centre of the triangle formed by tin* three pencil marks is a simple mathe matical calculation, and thereon hinges the result of accuracy. Pistol practice among the officers is also largely indulged in. The poop deck is usually the scene of this, and tlie tar get is an"ordinary iron ony. with paint pot and brush close at hand. Somebody will suggest a trial at skill, with a round ,, . , . , 1 « ,f ^ 8", against the .score ot the poorest marksman. Hut it is all good ; .. . . M believer possible our navy is perfect "'.8 "si;,t m marksmanship. Practice with rifles and revolvers takes place both 1 Rnoat and ashore at very frequent inter : va ^ 8. And that is why our navy has, been so successful in recent encounters. J It. is one thing not to flinch under fire i through pure bravery, and it is another thing to realize that bravery is backed up by the consciousness of superior skill, j ■ And that is why our gallant tars have j v ' on universal praise. ! 1 | I MARTIAL LAW. The Experience of Amateur Con spirators in a Western Town in the Civil War. MaHial law Ims not yet been de c | are( j j,, tiii-* country, ami I reckon there j «,|| | je n» oren-i.m 'for it," said ;i man h . u i a „ 81 , rts 0 f ex,ieriences in l lie ! civil war. ''Next to being shot at, there js n „ti,ing that annoys an American lllim , martial law. it was that whio |, eutiswl me to go into the con spiraev to smash the Governnient. 1 ■ - 1 i„. ,.. i,..,.. i i: v «,i s,, , w,,,... ,0 " 1 " "I "., 1 u,t 111 Ui< t\ est during the civil war was a man j,,, i„,i i„„ i,, r ... ,ll| o had been lin l.m.ur many tears, He had won Ins spurs in the Mexican war. He was a colonel, ioralong tjn W( . did „„ t known „ here l,e stood on the proposition to separate the conn-] . i,., ,... w „ *, w i Ida ic ;.' C( , wt , di(1 „..t think it strange and ( , mc | luk .a that l.e was will, ns. His I oflice was on the shade side of the street, 1 , m(1 th( , , il>t sulnmt . r ,',f ,| K . war f(J „ nd a row ( ,f tilted chairn, filled with whittlers ; CUS8in . t | 1(! Governnient, in front of bis !, l(tice Gceasionallv we wfmld-spring a const itiitional point, and if we disagreed m . |( , ft u r ,!| om .| H aHHeU , w | l( , fea , at a wjmlo „. After extracting the juice Iroui it select article of natural leaf he would give his decision, to wit: 'It de 1' i. K ' ,uls ' , a '!' Uv . * l,r ;»"K 1 ' we dropped the point and returned toeon spiring. , ()„e dav a s,|:.ad olheered by a Dutch I barber ot the place marched six ! acrnsH the tmvn t» lieadqiiurterp, which! wa.. ubimt i wn miles from Hie business \ ..verily «e reael ii'iTuii r'lieHt him Inn*" we' l't tidtllell |,l|< '' tl "' l , ll! "! ''xcbmtgeil V" 1 'W». Uo ,m 'l Urn taken from our biismoss. Wv had 1 " ,III( ' B - 0l "' men uf 1 but t'iw deep. tile di-y Fpell wax been removed fr rights had been outraged. We were kept in a condition of uiicertduty until la'e in the dav, when we * ere told that we j were held on the charge of giving aid I and comfort to the enemies of the Gov- [ of} eminent. We demanded a lawyer and named Col. bassett. •• 'He js not likely to help you out,'j replied the officer. 'He lias just been appointed provost marshal.' "We retired for consultation. We con 1 eluded to continue our bluff and de mamled that we be taken before the pro-1 vost marshal. This was conceded, and when we were before our old-time friend and lawyer, who was still at work with his jaws, he said: " 'But we demand our rights,' said the j man whom we had chosen to speak.i" 1 'We demand to be released on habeas | corpus, that bulwark of-' •• 'Hont't make fools of yourselves, gmitlemen,' said Col. bassett. 'The writ h }i habeas corpus has been suspended, and we are now under martial law.' "Tlie Colonel took ti fresh cut on hits natural leaf, and was silent while he was grtting it at the proper angle, after which a f u . said: 'It detteuds.' And lie said it so naturally and in hia oldtune knowing way that we gave in. Just how he got t lie confidence of tlie Government to se-! cure Itin appointment as provost -marshal WL . never knew. 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