SCENES AT LONG BRANCH.*
SKETCHES OF WHAT IS TO BE
SEEN DURING THE SEASON.
Many Hotels, Cottages
Halt! on rhll Daly's.
Dude In Paradise.
Of the four great seashore resorts
New York city, Coney Island is tho place
for day excursionists, Ocean Grove and As
bury Park the gathering place of those whom
other people call poor and pious, Long
Branch is the spot where wealthy Hebrews
and summer guests from points outside of
New York city congregate, while Newport
is where the blue bloods, the self-styled real
aristocracy of New York city have cottages
during the four warm months which
called tho season.
The chief features of Long Branch
hotels and cottage* and the gambling houses.
It is getting tho fashion
dining room, kitchen and restaurant to be
built, with a limited numbor of lodging
rooms attached. Clustered all around it
called; in reality, ornate and
for a central
large houses of wood. These
built without kitchens. The proper thing,
that i * to say, the fashionable thing, to do is
d take your meals thore.
Such a group of hotels and cottages is tho
Elberon, with the Francklyn cottage, whore
Garfield died. Such is the Hollywood, the
most gorgeously decorated, perhaps also
ponsive, hotels in America.
of the most
This establishment belongs to the property
of Mr. John Hooy. A limited number of
splendidly finished and furnished cottages
in this group. They
coloring and woodwork. Upon the porches
of these cottages
made in imitation of the shape of a s
that you observe in the picture. They
foreign fashion borrowed fr
watering places. They
and willow, and shelter
from rain and draft East Indian bamboo
lounges, with a little pocket in them to hold
a glass and bottle,
wood porch furniture. It suggests dolicious
At the best of times,
night to Monday morning, there
all wutering places.
also among tho Holly
at Long Branch,
The marriageable young man who is !
t here, who has plenty of clothes and money I
to pay his board, may be considered to be
in paradise. Sweet girls flock around him.
They look up to him aud adore him when
he is there; they dream about him and sigh
for him when he is not. He has nothing to j
do but change hiß clothes four times a day i
and look bored and a little meluncholy, ns |
though he had secret sorrow. He will be as
great a man as a turbaned Turk in his own
The gambling housos have boon
tioned. The most splendidly furnished and
most renowned one in the United States is
here, to make use yet
of a Long
I : 'v[v
It is called the Pennsylvania Club house,
because it is said to have been started, in the
first plan?, for the accommodation of rich
Philadelphians. However that may bo, for
mnde all over.the country are lost
here, and tho relentless "per cent." on them
goes to fill Pkf] Daly's already bursting
coffers. He built a Roman Catholic chapel
with some of his wealth last year, as if to
pacify the Lord a little while getting the
devil's help constantly. But somehow people
of any denomiqation do not take kindly to
his meeting house. He has openly defied
many years, and no attempt has
been made to raid his house till the
other day. It wns done then by the aid of a
callow young theological student %vho played
amateur detective. He was so awfully set
up over It that ho burst Into the gambling
the head of some policemen, and
brandished a revolver and cried iu n loud
voice: "I take the credit of this. This is
He was a very meek and lowly young
Daly and some of his gentlemen
rested, but the plucky old gambler showed
fight und succeeded i
enough for the customers to get away
cover of it. They were well known New
who did not want their names in
the papers. But the gambliug goes
samee. Phil Daly's
One feature of Long Branch is that dny
show at all there. No
stero, elephants, bearded
any of the nickel entertain
the hearts of children and
there. Long Branch is
high toned os to be very dull for the 1 «.
along tho bluff, which is
very woll kept up, however. The
fashionable part of Long Branch,
other place, is the
End hotel ending with tho Elberon cottages.
It is not a very great space, but it thinks it
is very great.
merry go round, with monsters
end, from the West
The following story is told of the individual
who ha«l long offi«-iute«! as the gar«!
presidential mansion in Woshingt«
Cleveland had henni r
the gardener was drunk
itors at the White House, so one bright
ing he summumn! him i
eeive bis dismissal.
"Jemmy," said the p
stories about you. It is *ai«l y<
stantly drunk and
Jemmy was puzzled for
"Mr. Frisidint, be «lad 1 hear
storiee about you, but do y
them? No, by tho powers, I know they
, rn .
ident, "l hear bad
•eply. At last
think I believ«
CARLISLE D. GRAHAM,
The Cooper Who Shot Niagara liapids in
liave passed through the Niagara
whirlpool rapids and come out alive. In 1801
the little steamer
Maid of the Mist
ed of her captain,
Robinson, and two
tie less than a mir
NN ado the occupants
l tho craft shot
the rapids and ull
I 4 M
The boat had been
sold, and this
her captain's way
C. I). GRAHAM,
of delivering the goods.
In 1883, Webb, tho English swimmer, lost
his life in attempting to pass tho rapids. It
left for a lank young Philadelphian to
accomplish tho feat in a barrel.
Graham is 31 ye
ch of his life knocking ah
Ho has boon all around it, for
is of slight build, dark coinplexionod and
thin. IIo is of
At the time Webb lost his life Graham
In England. During the excitement at that
time it occurred to him to try the expert*
wliieh has just resulted succes-ifully.
Being a cooper, the idea of making tho trip
in a barrel suggested itself.
He went to BuiFulo
nil with his
high, and egg-shaped, somowhut It whirled
through the rapids
big end up. The
small end wns
lead, to keep it
old, and has spent
adventurous turn of mind.
months ago, and
tliu barrel. He inado it
bands. It is seven feet
speuded a ham
mock of strong
d notting. It
in a sitting or half
The resemblance of
its shape to that of
a coffin will be sug
gested to the most
Tho pictures show
the insido of the barrel in a section cut
down through. Tho netting hammock
d to the rides of tho bar
rel with ropes, so that the
not be too tremendously bumped while
tossed about in the whirlpools. Opposite
*re two holes. Through
these he thrust his bauds and grasped two
iron loop3 in the sidos of the barrel, to
steady himself. The barrel staves
and a quarter inches thick.
tho should* 1
X - ;
left in the top. Into this G
1 fastened it.
This lid is shown in the illustration and
looks like tho
was rowed out in a boat from the
ancient landing of tho Maid of tho Mist, Le
low the falls, and was dropped overboard,
He passed under the two bridges,
tho cantilever and the suBpausion. Ho had
ft P^ug out of the top of the barrel,
them as he passed under. From the time
the barrel was sot adrift till it was picked
U P at Lewiston, below tho rapids, was just
thirty-two minutes. Graham was fearfully
shaken up. He says ho intends
some mnnov out of the experience,
1mm crept, put the lid up
rer of a butter firkin. There
Tito Grey hot
id Not Kutlrely Valueless.
ra fishing-pole if properly
Let tlie Slgnuture Be Legible.
should write n long letter mid
write it plainly, signing it nt the end with a
name that would have bothered Daniel to
may bo a little careless about my penman
ship while writing in a great hurry, trying to
keep up with my surging thoughts, but I
most always sign my name so that it can be
deciphered. I have written letters where the
Eignatur3 was the only thing that was abso
lutely beyond the [»ossibility of doubt. But
to him and ask him what the balance of his
letter was about, it is better t han a long,
beautiful letter fr
knowablo person. In the latter case y
left to kick the empty air.—BiU Nye.
than I ci
so that you »
Why don't sot
iv a hall
the mound liuildersf—-Meivht
I »juck tjo
wants Njorway, where lie ejxjx
Don't sjtop him.—Bos
"Is that dog feix
ter bite ev
but he's the dunulest
Mr. Talnmge thinks tlmt newspuiier
•o miserable. Romo of then
« dead, Mr. Talni
A porous plaster has Ikh;
defy the best orguniml lioyeott in America to
discourage a porous plaster after five minutes'
start.—Burlington Free Pres».
Harvard college compulsory prayers in that
institution have Ik
give the students u
baseball, English his
:i F .. i m- D •: i- I
to devote tc
Biggs sa vs he has Ihv
i one that
half a doze
all alike, li
things print well ei
!• - !
;h, but tin
it of July.
it iinmI t«i
A It -nii
_ .-„EXTRA ,
e ■ i-" : "
Invaluable far Hums, Suuhui us.
Diarrhoea, Chajlnys, Slings of
Insects, Piles, Sore Eyes "—
Sore Dj/es, Sore,
ation of all hinds.
cli bottle, I li
de-murk—none other is
genuine. Sold ercnjuhcrc. 1'rices. 60c, 81,81.75.
Controls HEMORRHAGES, FEMALE COM
PLAINTS. BLEEDING N<»so, Mouth, Stomach,
Luagaor from nnv canoe, stopped as V. y ft charm.
It is called tho WONDER OF HEALING. User
,i,y. Wo have an aval
in a 1
EXTEMfALLY A V
anclio of testimonials, Beudfo
Wee.) it t cill till you all about it.
IT IS rSHAKE TO USE ANY 1'UEPAIO
Genuine with ocnroiuwTioxs. PriecaßOo $1,11.75
1 W EXCEPT 1 Mi
FOND'S EXTRACT C 0 „ 73 6th Am, «far Yak,
in K>s. SIM.ruXS, III VUltIMI A,
ST I XUS OK IXSKtlS, |>II KS
I ; Y MS, SOUK F LET.
THE W 0 NDF.F 1 OF HEALING!
ding or Itching, it
1 ; P
I », oil
• IC7- '
1'O.XUS f.vtu ,
Ik or by measure.
ll.KT with Hist
Prices 50c., $1, $1.70.
POND'SEXTEACT 00., 76 6th Ave., N. Y
E. A. HARRISON,
423 KING ST.
lie has tcmlur beef,sweet beef,
first-class beef in every respect
every hour.in the day, every day
in the week (Sunday's excepted)
and ever)- week in the year.
Fine Confectionery, Icî Cro m
Ices and Fancy Pastry.
Entimatt's I'm uislicd fur Private juuticr,
Festivals and Exci
605 DELAWARE AVENUE,
SU MA HK ET STREET,
OF ALL FLAVORS.
FANCY CAKES AND CONFECTIONS.
All oublis for private fa
nllies and paille»
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
light that a child can i
So «iiuet that it wi'l imt •
So durable that it
ist, with «a
It is adjiiBlihlu so t-h;
Il has the !>c.sl
most durable evi
The attachments oi
ond without the use of the thumh-sen
bi: placed «m i
Every attachment works pi rfcetly ;
ith case by any one.
is far above t-1 :t* ave
to is asked to buy
util they are
thoroughly satisfied ;
mey is refundcl.
If it is not all that
tiy it, and be c«
ant in a
Domestic Sewing Machine Co,
No. 814 Market Street,
JOHN B. STRADLEY,
No. 502 Shipley Street.
412 King Street,
Residence: 103 West Seventh street. Tel
ephone cull, office or residence, No. 312.
.1. H. Hofkeckbr, Jr.
F. II. Hokpeoi
HOFFECKER Sc HOFFECKER.
IN LAW BUILDING.
NINTH A MARKET STB., WILMINGTON, DEL.
•e on Market Street.
PurniHlied Kooms lSlcgantl.v located
without board, will be KKNTKD
to responsible parties.
8 o 4 :-:KI NGxSTREET.
GEORGE H. ASH,
No, 705 Market St.
Complete Bu.ek of all the Latest Style»
( hitliuuing Cottons,
Gold and Silver Coins.
SIAM 1*1 N(i.
FLORENCE M. BALDWIN,
No. 814 Market Street,
STAMPING AND PINKING
DONE TO ORDER
G24 W. FIFTH STREET.
MHS. ADDIE I, CRAB 15
Literary, Science, and Art
'•THE I.ITKItATI'HE OF TIIE WOULD '
1886. 42cJ YEAR.
The Foreign Magazines embody the best
thought» «if the ablest writers of Europe. It
is the aim of the Eclectic Magazine to se
lect and reprint a!l tho representative arti
eles thus given to il
f tho Eclectic includes "Sei
•el«," "l'oelry and Short
i\ Papers." "Art
Its Editorial Department
I erary Notices," dealing
hooks. "Foreign Literary N
and Art," sitmmai i/.iug hr ully the new dis
tbe field, and
.g of ein
he principal so
my 1 e
VX|«.Utl tu.pi.-HI 1
Ki ll ui.
Riel.. A. I
»r, H A.
F. R. S.
Mucil- illan's Magazine,
i . !
D. r. I,
» A i
. i. i ■ i • • ■
I int I
Etc., Etc. Etc., Etc.
•m of the Eclectic i* to he instructive
'd sriunttiunnl, «./.«.' it connue ml* itself
nil intellii/nd and thomjhtfnl
The Eclectic c mpib
oliiim s of.iviT 1700 pages. Each of
acli year two
ceins ; one ,
«2 ■ Trial I
itith», The 1
Eclectic :, »»1 «»»y ** magazine. »?8 P«»>
I*. R. PEL I ON, Publisher,
3.1 Bond Mree», Ä«
On and After Thursday, Juno 3,
r ri 1STEA AI EI « «
Will leave Fourth street wharf daily, for Chester and Phila
delphia, (week days) at 7 a. m., 10. a. m. and 12.45 noon, and
4.15 p. m.
Sundays at 7.500. in., 10 a. m„ 1.15 p. in. and 4 p.
For Marcus l look (week days) at 7 a. 111.,and 4.15 p
For Marens I look (Sundays,) 7.50 a. m. and 4.00 p.
heave Philadelphia (week days) 7 a. in., 10 a. m
and 4 p. m.
Telephone No. S7.
1 2.45 IlOO.l,
THE »EBER. IttllU INI) MSIUM, 4 URNDRIX
TAKE THE LEAD IX THE PL\NO TRADE.
ORGANS! ORGANS! ORGANS!
The Estey and The Dyer $c Hughes
HhVE BUT FEW EQUALS ANI) NO SUPERIORS.
S. H. BAYNARD'S
FIFTH AND MARKET STS.
W. H. MULLEN,
[SUCCESSOR TO F. A. NORTH A CO.]
Also tho famous I lazvlton Bros., Pianos, McPhail & Co, and the
Grovcstein & Fuller.
Warerooms 713 Market St.
I*. S.—All sheet music as soon as issued will be found at my
To my friends and the public
generally 1 am pleased to make
the announcement that my store
507 Mr.rkct street is reopened and
restocked and shall be pleased to
have my friends come and see me.
good goods at lowest prices is
my motto. W. H. SINCOGK
MORROW & CROKER,
417 FRENCH ST,
Gravel! PlasticSIate Roofing
Put on in the liest manner at reasonable prices.
on hand the CARBALCRYSTLE tin: threat
Moth destroyer and disinfectant.
Send ta a Hansa LI Baling
EXCLUSIVELY IN DRY GOODS,
ünd thereby bbcutb t'na Edvanta^en offerad
by tha caiicBntratinn upon nr:s sii
brauch of bueinaee nf all cur
Tha present reason u r 3 ars showing a
stock ilggrBSating iully
Two TVliUion Dollarn
In Gilks, Erecs Coadr, Cloths, Ladies' and
Children's Waari n g_Äpp aral, H n us e f nr
n i sh in ^ Qo o ds, Uph p lsterin g Mata rials ^
Fan cy Qnods, Uress Trim*
mines, &c., &c. &rz.
anti Marlu't StriTts.
KEV. .1. II. CALDWELL, A. M.,
I). I)., President, will open wit'n enlarged
facilities Sept., 1st, 1880. Three cour
ses : Classical, Scientific and Agricul
tural. Expenses not over#215 per annum,
information, catalogues, etc.
President, Newark, Del.
JOHN H. PORTER.
Manager of tue
Dairy is stocked with Thorough
Hied Cattle, and the quality of Milk and
is guaranteed to bo first-claa» in
SUPPLIED WITH PURE CHE AM
Three Milk Wagons onlhe Route
JAMES G. BLAINE'S
. . .
' : -
1 teilte 1
Tin- Henry Hill Pub.
Y OR CORONER,
George T. Barnhill
THE WATCH CLUB
CH A DLLS HEEBNER'S
Is rapidly lilliug
i ïï'ios «35.00, " Silver
gold watehCR Htem
forget tlie plac
less for cash.
Btreot. 315 81 tt.
RJÜL ESTATE AGENT
sohl and exchanged,
S- E. COR. SIXTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
gALTIMOKE & OHIO RAILROAD CO.
Ou and after June 6tli, 1886, trains will
us follow» :
aud 5.40 p. m.
Arrive at Landen burg 8.50 a.
*2.50 and 0.50 p. m.
Lunden burg 0.55 a.
7,05, 10,50 a.
1 ., 130
1 .; 1.00 and
Arrive at Wilmington, 8.00 a.
1 .; 2.10 and
7.011 p. m.
Sunday traius leave Wilmington 10.15 a.
. ; and 6.00 p. m.
Arrive at Luiidouburg 11.20 a.
>. 1111(17 10
Leave Laiideiibnrg at 8.00 a.
i. aud 4.30
at Wilmingtou at 9.00 a.
ALT1MORE A PHILADELPHIA RAIL
ROAD, JUNE 7,1885.
I .cave Wilmington, 7.05,1050 a. m., 1.30,5.40 p. m.
Arrive at Lnmlenberg.S 50 a. m.,12.00 m.; 2.50, 6.'7
Leave I-amlenberg. Ö.55 a. in.; 1.00, 5.50 p. m.
Arrive at Wilmington, 8,00 a. m.; 2.10,7.00, p. m
o Wilmington 10.15, a. in. 6.00
p. m. Leave I.andenberg 8.00 a.
, 4.30 p. m.
D. CONNELL, Superintendent
AlflLMINGTON & NORTHERN
>> ROAD Bt'HKDULE, JULY, 1, 188«.
GOING NORTH, DAILY, (Except Sunday.)
p.in. p.iu. p. in.
5 00 «.If» ( 1.15
. 33 B .13
III .... 4
.. 12.50 .
■ 1 1 1 I1I2-U M
. 10.06 2.
t SOI NO soul'll, DAILY ( Except Hunday.)
ition. K 15
«00 8.10 ....
It 8.32 10.
3 32 5.4
.51 H.I2 10.5!
.«.21 8.43 11.15 .... «.45 ....1.357.20
is will lea
7.15 p. m
ch » i
13 p in
lh.W5 p. in.
5 3-'; 10.32.
ill leave Reading I*.
i. and 3
die 7 |>
hadd s F«»r«l'» -I
31 p in
10 . 1 .
lg«>. Ril mi
n, l ludd s Ford
li. n. I .«'I
U A. BOWER,
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