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EVENING • JOURNAI. The EVENING JOURNAL, ihe live advertiser's medium, cir culates among the masses. The EVENING JOURNAL has the Largest bonafide Circula tion in the state. ON*E CENT. ElGBTH YEAR WILMINGTON, DEL., FK1DAY AUGUST 2 1895 ATLAN TIC CITY, S. J. _ MANSION, _ Sixteenth year under the Rame management. 'i'ablo and aervlce first-class. Coaches attend all trains and carry guests to and from the beach free of charge. Orchestra. CHARLES MoOLAPE. ■J£ENILWOxiTH COTTAGES, 140-144 KENTUCKY AVENUE. FIFTH HOUSE FROM THE BEACH. Enlarged; Refurnished; Repainted; Refitted. Mrs. ANNIE GRUBB, Late of Kenilworth Inn. AD1SON HOUSE. 2015 PACIFIC AVE-. between Michigan and Arkansas Ave». One block from Running Hallroad and ocean. Mouse partly refurnishes! and renovated, with sanitary drainage complete. Boarding by day or week. Ratee $7 to *8. Special rales to fam ily. Now open. RAMUEL uAW. M rjpilE ÄRÖYLE. Ocean end of Connecticut avenue Unob structed view of tho ocean Managed on flne class hotel plan. Table unsurpassed. Tran sient, *2 and 82 50 per day; weekly, *10 up wards. Special ratee until July 1. THOS. H. Ac A. G. HKD LOE. HOTEL B lEVOORT.—No. 18 8 SOUTH JTX Carolina avenue. Open all the yea-. Convenient to nepots and beach. Bright and cheerful rooms. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Term- reasonable. B. E. NOR RIS, Proprietor, Atlantic Cltv. N. J. rpUK LaNSuALB, NORTH CAROLINA AVENUE, Atlantic City, N, J. F. A, CANFIELD. M OSS H TTEL. 2021 Atlantic Reading depot. House enlarged and everything new. First Class Board. EDWARD MC88. Proprietor. Avenue, opposite the T HE OSBORNE, corner Pacific and Arkansas avenues. One square from Heading Depot and Beach. Newly lurnNbed. New electrical passenger elevator. Terms, dally *1 50 to *2.50: weekly MRS R. J. ORB RNE. *8.1X1 to *i4.00 OEAN 8AMTORIUM, Atlantic City, N. J. Replete with conveniences for Invalids and tor those desiring tbe comforts of a first cl ass, â nlet hotel. Ircalar, etc. O Massage, Baths, Electricity. For . address DH. W H. H BULL. rpiK KINGSTON, 137 OCEAN AVENUE. Near the Beach. Terme reasonable. MRS. A. E. MILLER. VJTROY HOUSE, South Carolina avenne and Board Walk. >lr»t house from beach. Open all the year. Rates *1.60 to $3.1X1 p -r day; *8 to *20 per week. THOMAS BHADLE' , Proprietor. T he louella, Tenneseee avenue near Beach. With all modern Improvements. Open all the year, MRS E. H. STERN, MISS 4. ELLA STERN. H otel san marcos. Pod ne avenue and Massachusetts. Sun Parlor Elevator. Steam Heat. Hot amt Cold Sea-water Baths In House. Private Farm and Dairy Supplies the Table. E W LIPPINCOTT. __MDWIW KSB CARD S._ T HE hotel REGISTER, The representative organ of the hole) Interests, read at all of the principal of the ninety thousand hotels, restaurants and clubs of America, and largely In Europe. I Is nowipublleblog a LlhT OF THE BEST PAPERS adapted for hotel advertising. (The hotels of America expend SIX MILLIONS OF DOLLARS A \NUajjLY with the news papers ) It Is now publishing a complete list of all Sommer Resort Hotel« classified, and places among the very first Ihe United States and the Grand Union, Saratoga; tbe Hotel Cham plain. Clinton County, Lake Champlain; the Hotel Berlin, Lake Kopatcong, >. J.; the West End Long Branch, etc . etc. It Is the only paper paulishlng a'l about all hotels, including Summer aud Winter He sons. Send 10cent* for SUMMER EDITION, or order of American News Company, or at any hotel or of any newsdealer. Register and Tourist Agency— Headquarters for all hotels, rates, rating and geneial Information. THE HOTEL REGISTER COMPANY, 7 Warren St eet. New York. The Hotel EVYING MACHINES. O'DONALD. 12 East Seventh street, leads them all In low prices. Brand new *80 machines reduced to >16, All mokes to select from. & Wilson. Now Home, Do s *18 and *20 Singer, Wheeler mnstle. White, standard ahd all other makee Any machine sent on trial, free,six months for cash, two rears on Installments. Send postal. J. H. O'DONALD, No. 12 East Seventh Street. Any machine repaired. SO cents up. ^yriLMINGTON FURNITURE STORAGE EXCHANGE. All kinds of Furniture bought, sold and ex changed. Stoves and heater* repaired, oil, gas and gaoollne stoves called for, t horoughly overhauled and returned at a moderate coot. Stoves taken down, stored for thi season and pat np in the fall Address or call, ORANGE STREET, Wilmington. Del. HGEGELSBERGER. M. O-, 818 MARKET STREET. Made THE EYE HIS SPECIAL SlUDY In the New clinic and He EXAMINES EYES FREE and guaran tee» satisfaction, GOLD GLASSES, *8.(W. STEEL GLASSES. H. ■'Universities of Vienna, Austria, and York City, In tho Philadelphia Poly Wills Eye Hospital. 50 CENTS N otice.- e. levy's oonfidkntiai LOAN OFFICE, toome 4 e.nfi 5, Exchange Unll.Mng, corner Seventh and Market street* ADVANCES money ON PERSONAI PROPERTY ol all descriptions at low rate* »I Interact, buys and »»Ho WATCHES DIAMONDS AND ALL KINDS Of IEWKLRY. l*rlv\te consultation room attached. Opai •venlngs until 8 o'clock. Also fnrnltnr e» «t to we«* rates WOTIGKK OTtCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL state Hoe so and tazdue and not paid on or before the 3 ith day of August, 18H5, there will be 25 per cent added In acco dare • with aeci Ion 8. chapter 8». Revived Code. Laws of Delaware. JEFFERSON B. FOARD, Clerk of tbe Peace.■ Wilmington. Del. Inly 31st. 18» L N IVI DENI). 1 ) W I LM IUQ TON, DKI.AWAKX, I August 1, 1895. f The dire tors of thé Wilmington Ooa' Gas Company have this day declared a dividend of *3 per share fyr tbe put alz months, paya ble on demand WILLIAM P. TAYLOR. Treasurer. ADI ESI Chichester's English Pennyroyal J Pilla (Diamond Brandi are the best. 8afa, reliable. Take no ether. Bond 4c, stamps, for particulars, "Relief for Ladles." In letter bv return mall. At druggists, Chichester Chemi cal Uo_. Philadelphia. Pa OTI ÖE. —TA X PAYERS TA K E NO 1 ICE. • Tty and scImo! taxes for 1895. The undersigned, re elvers of taxes for the city of VMlmlngtun, will I«* at No. Ul Esst Sixth s' reel, between Market end King streets, duri- p the months of July and August. 189k, betwee-i the lionrs of band 13 la the morning and f um 2 lo 8 In the afternoon, for tho purpox ■ of receiving taxes. On all taxes paid during July there will bearrdno tlon of 5 cent« on every dollar and on all taxes paid on and after the first day of August »h»ll bo payable without a deduction afore said, amia'I taxes unpaid on th» 1st day of September shall be Increased by the addition of 6 per centum o« the amenât thereof. ELMUND MITCHELL, Jr.. Receiver of Northern district. Including all north of Sixth street. 1 N EUGENE M. RAYER 4, Receiver of Southern district. Including all south of edxtb street. O TO THE WILMINGTON PHOTO Flnest In city. 44J7 V6 Market (x Company's new gallery, reduction in prices. Great street, above Fourth, WITH THE CITY FATHERS. The Regular Monthly Reports Heard at Last Night's Meeting—A d Ordinance to Muzzle Dogs—Other Business. Clerk of Connell William P Morrison and Bailiff John J. Kysn, acted for the first time st the meeting of tbs city fathers list evening, end carried out their roles to the satisfaction of all con cerned The Finance Committee reported favor able <>u tho claim of Ames K. Bath for $8 35 overpaid tsxss. but unfavorably ou the petition of Charles Baird for a r»dnc Hon on the I nsb morocco factory on Walnut street, reported unfavorably on the bill of Walter H r. ayes for $511 35 frr legal cervices in drafting bills, andjlhe Fire Committee reported favorably on tbe allowance of $500 to tbe VI7a&blugton Fire Company, tor three mintbe use of tbe chemical The monthly report of Chief Walker was read,as were those of the clerk of tbe registry bureau, coal oil Inspector show lug tbe inspection of 21.114 gallons; superintendent of crematory showing 800 tons of off*1 destroyed; milk Inspector showing Inspection of 6 409 quarts; building iatpsclor showing fortv-thres permits fur work vslned at $65 786 and collection of fees, $118 60; city treas urer showing balance $270 830 14 and receipts from Engene M Beyers $107. 150; Edmund Mitchell, Jr . $133 700; H H Blllany, $5 50 The Bond Com mittee reported that the new city officers h d filed acceptable bonds Tbe police pay-roll of $5.325 02, tbe miscellaneous pay-roll of $3,114 71 and the Council pay-roll of $277 26 were ordeied paid as was the bill of Joseph Hayden for $102 for kll.Lig 102 dogs, and tbe bill of George T Tilgbiuau for $5 for witnessing the killing Petitions of Edward 0 Higgins/ Neill O'Donnell and 8. F Oboed lor overp,id taxes, and F O Bsnnett for relief of tax on a burned bouse, were referred A communication from tbe Street and 8e »er Department asking that detdsof streets be turned over to that depart ment was referred, and tbe department directors were aekvd to cooperage with tbe clerk ana Lew CnnmUteo in bunting records Connc'Iman O cerly was elected chair man of tbe Pe>k Committee, vice Mr. O'Neil, of the First, who resigned Ur. R b r„sou submitted an ordinance providing lor tbe mazz lug of doge between May 15 and September 15, and fixing a fine for violations This was read twice and referred The Law Committee These Cltlxsus Will Hava Key«. Chief Dolan has anuoanovd that be has placed citizens keys to the new police boxes In tbe bands of thcjfollowlny : Key No 1, to James Caepersou, P, , W A B fr< ight effioa. Fourth and Pine streets, telephone bt x No. 182; No 2. to Charles W Gooding, Eighth and Madison streets, telephone bex No 184; No 8. to James 0 Hsrkuess, K eventh and Orange streeta, telephone b*x No. 134; No 4, to Henry Miller, No 204 West Eighth ■treat, te e ibone box No 141; No 5, to Harvey J. Wiley, No. 1831 Wash ington street, telephone box, No 142; No 6 to George äwavarly, No 301 East Sixth street, tal-phous box No 148; No 7 to Joseph W Goat, Liberty and B«st Liberty streets, téléphoné b »X No 145; No. 125 to Lswia Weidermau, Twenty ninth and Jefferson streeta. to dummy box No 115;.No 147, to Jsroms Conroy, S xth avenue and Dnocau street, bro.b No 34; No. 169. to James P Ratledge, Second aud Rodman streets, dummy box No 42; No 178, to William Hamilton, No 1834 Lavaring avance, dummy box No. 121 Powdir Mill Explosion at Ua,nay's Point. Penhburovb, N. J,, Aug. 2 —Walla John Ttr.on and George Coombs were mixing acids In tha experimental mix ing room at Da Pant's power works, at Carney Point, two miles below Penns grove, yesterday, tbe adds took fire and exploded. Coombs escaped unhurt, but Torion was badly burned on tbe arm and ba'k The building was burned down, but as tbe machinery Is but slightly damagtd, Pierre DuPont said the loss would be only a few hundred dollars. Feathered Gacat at tbe Jennings, A blue carrier pigeon flew into tie Hotel Jeantoga bath roo - *! night before last, evidently exhausted by a long 11 gbt Upon its leg was a silver baud beating the inscription F, 14,791 By order of the. kind bei r ad proprlc or the birl was tenderly eared for until this morning, when It was released and started t. r He northern boms Plans for the Hospital Addition. At the meeting of trusters of the Delaware State Hospital at F.rnbnrst yseterday it was decided that drawings 'or the new hospital building will ba made and bids will be asked for Bids will be opened on August 19 when tbe contract will ba awarded. Just Arrived From the Isle of Pinas. Onbi, a fine lot of pirrota. For sale at M H Wood's Bird Store northeast corner 2nd and Orange. Peaches Beginning to Come L'p. Patches are begintl >g to come op tbe Delaware division Tb* prlncloal ship .Dents ere to eastern markets Yesterday and last night thirty six loaded ears passed through this city consigned to Boston, Philadelphia, Cheater and Baltimore. Bought the «avilie Property. Daniel SaviHe's store fixtures were sold on the Market street premises by Sheriff Qillis this morning bought them for *3i)0 Office Seventh and King, Phone 545. HT. Sargesnt dealer iu cool and wood tîf'A large load of wood for $l.f0 eaf Large »•» coal f «r family na* George T. Brown _BK LF WAN T ED._ ALKSMEN Wanted f»r M» roh*nl Trade Hood weekly pay H%mpies free. No de liveries or coll étions. w 1de nue or exclusive Addreaa.Manufa cturer» 3M1 Market 8i .Phila. S ALESMAN WANTED—$100 to »1*5 par Omonth and exp-«n«ee to i iroJuce our good« to tb«> trade. Staple line; position permanent, pleMsant and deeirable. Address.with stamp. King M(*. Co . D. W. Cbica«o. s BUSI NESS O PP OUTUNITI K M. A - na and upward Der nnthsas.lv made Ç.1UU with sraad canital by systematic soeoulatlon. Safest melhsi. Book and par ticular« free. National Bank references. Thomas A Oo., 2D0 Rialto Building, Chicago _ FO B BALE.__ TNOR RALE-A BRAND NEW WOMAN'S r BICYCLE with pneumatic Urea. Can be seen at the Evening Journal office. A DIVE WAS UNVEILED By tbe Trial of Lottie Overton and Roxie Cammomtle, AC0USLD OF BOBBING A BMYRNAIAH The Evidence Not Sufficient to Hold Them, lint Mar Cause DvValllnger |to Loee Hla Licence—David Fisher Given a Cbsuee to Ilatt Jell Walls far Twenty Date—Mason Slant on the Street end Woke In a Cell. Tbe existence of one of the worst class of dives, the bsck-nom, tide-sutrance saloon, was midi known to the judge of tbe Municipal Cmrt and toe police authorities this morning, dining the bearing of a case bsfjra Judge Ball, and It ii highly probable that the license seoarded Its proprietor by the Superior Court will be revoked and a new one refused la tbe futur» The place Is located at the] mr.heaet ooraor of Front and Maiket streets, run by a man nam*d DeValliuger place has recently been tho banging pltoe for a low grade of white end colored men and women, end wltbtn the few moutht DeValliuger has bed it has gained a decidedly unsavoiy reputation Behind tbe bar room proper, and with au entrance from Front street Is a private room which Is frequented by tbe very lowest kind of women colored and white, and woe betide 11rs unfortunate men who allows himself to be enveigled thereto, espicieily if he has any money Yesterday George W Howard, wfco bal s from Smyrna, arrived la the city, eu route to PbHsde'pbia He was buntry and started np Front street to seek a pises to sxttafy hU hunger Wben opposite D-Valllng-r'e saloon be spoke to a bootblack about p siting a cite shine oa hie russets, and was invited inside He then inside pocket sboes shined Lottie and Roxie entered tbe saloon, and at the'r invita tion Howard went Into tbe resr room and began treating A colored man then Bent out foe bis guitar and there was music and more drinking. Howard became sleepy and doztd away and when be woke np feeling very groggy he hadn't a cant and bis watch and chain were got e. S > were Lottie and Rosi", He complained to tbe police and tbe two sirens were caged This morning Jtffsrson Arreuts, the bartender seid that Howard broke a $5 bill whan he first treated ettd then spent most of It in treating afterwards Ht saw that Howard was getting drowsy and took hU watch and chain ti save It from b lag stolen thare was 85 cants doe oa the watch, bat discla'mid to Judge Beil any Intention o' taking tbe watch for the bill Be didn't think Ho verd too drank to sell it although be bad taken bis watch for fear he might lose it Roxie testified that Arreuts took the watch to keep for tbe mm, bat emphat ically denied having taken money from him. Neither did Lottie, although she sat close to him at tbe time She said there was a side entrance to tbe rcom and that it was customary for white and black woman to go there to drink Judge Bill decided that the evidence was not sufficient to wxrrant tbe convie tion of the two women,bat said that tbe trial had developed tbe existence of a dive such es would warrant tbe revoca tion of its license. Such e place should not be allowed to exUt and be did not think that the Superior Coart would tolerate it for a moment Johu M»aon wee found, by Sergeant Shields lying in a stupor on Msrylaud avenue about 4 30 o'clock this morning. The officer woke him end started him on his bomewsrd journey, wberenpon be got abusive end was ran in He htd e stmi'er experience last year. This time it cost $2 and easts David Fisher, colored, has a reputation on the coast as a butter, end the rest of the Jsps steer clear of him whrn be lowere bis head. He has been in custody on divers occasions heretofore. Last evening he bad a batting streak on and quite a crowd gathered to witness bis antics at Water and Market streets. Officer Aikens drove him away wben be went to Front and King streets wbeie he resumed bis per'ormsnoes. Tbe officer ran him to the patrol box andsent hlm In He won fined $2 or twenty days. O. W. F. O. Arrives Saisir The George Washing'oi Fishing Club landed safely at tbe King street wharf last night, none having been palled over board by the fish daring the eventful day. Tha lost treasure of Ship John is yet among the missing, as none of .the fishermen was ab e to eight it with hU eig'eeye There are still soms fish In tbe bay and tbs elab may go again when tbe Summer months come. This bad about $15 in his While having his Overtou white, Csmmomlle, colored, He told hla assistant that B. 4 0 Official» on an I aspect Ion Trip. A number of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad cfflslals wars In this city on an Inspection trip yesterday. The party Included General M inagar R B Gimp bell. General Superintendent Thomas Fi zgerald, Engineer of Maintenance of Way R H. Jobaaou, Division Soporln tendaut C 0 F Beut, Division Engineer W. A. Pratt, Trainmaster John Barron Kleberg Under Instruction. Major Samnel A Pries will remain In tbe city treasurer'» offle* for a month iustmoMog George A Kloberg.the Dem ocratic clerk of the Finance Committee of Olty Council, in his duties. Tbs arrangement was entered Into yesterday afternoon and ia in Hue with tha conduct of tha effieo in former years. They Had » Narrow Kir ape. White returning from Brandywine Camp James Scott and Miss Rsbs Kelley, of this city, were tumbled over the side of ■ till, a distance of about thirty fact, near Rising Sun Tba buggy was demolished, the hone badly cut, but tbe occupants escaped injury Opposition Lina to Cape May. A Chfs'ar man was In conversation wi'b a Philadelphia business man yes terday, aaya the Chester News, end was told that a new b>y steamer Is to ba put upon tbe Caps Miy trip next season in opposition to tbe Republic. Llboitr Bell to Peas Through Thla t ill. The liberty bell will pass through this city on September It, from Philadelphia to Atlanta where the I tternstional Exhibition of the Cotton States will ba he:d.. A CASE OF MISPLACED COBFlDSHiÆ. Bneh Cunningham Makes a Friendly Call on Sheriff Olllte and la Inconti nently Locked Vp Wanted In Chea ter. Buck Cunningham is a Wllmington ian who has a reputation which is far from enviable, so far as the police are concerned His mug la in tbe rogues' gallery, and Is equally familiar to Ihe men who guard (Sheriff Gillie's castle on the Delaware. He bos just completed a term of nine months with the genial sheriff for larceny of certain articles from Joseph Bancroft A Ron's, but tbe lesson doesn't seem to have done him any goed A dty or so sgo Chief Dolan received word Horn tbe Chester authorities that Buck was wanted there for the larceny of a lot of quarry tools The police were notified ana were on tbe witch for him, when he unwittingly put hie bead in tbe noose. Buck has some friends In tbe New Castle conservatory and yesterday after noon decided to all on them When be presented bis earl st the door, Warden Wilson, who was aware that Buck was lu demand in Chester society, cordially admitted him, showed him to parlor A and quietly turned the key on him, not withstanding hla remonstrances. If be doesn't, succeed In breaking out before requisition papers are obtained, be will be mined over to tbe Cheater officers, and may do time there, Later. Cunningham, whom Christian name Is David, was la company with two others when the thett was committed. The Chester offlorn captured the two men bat Buck got ewe; with e shot In his leg Chief Bagsbew arrived in tblsoi.y this afieraoaa and identified Buck who was brought over by Officer Heal for that purpose. DEUWAHK MUST LOSE MASSEY. He and HI« Family Will Make 1h«tr Hume lu or Near Philadelphia, the Hutlea of Hla New Office Requiring It. George V. Massey, tbe new resistant general aclioltor of tbe Pennsylvania railroad, entered upon hla new duties vestarday. With hia induction loto of file, Judge Logan, tbe geuetal solicitor, who has bean rather closely confined la'ely, Is enabled to get some relief and bis gone to Cape May for mncb-ueedel rest Mr. Maaaey wa> In Wilmington for a short time this in irnlug He and hia family will remove to Philadelphia the latter put of October or early lu Novtm ber, and make it, or some point contiguous thereto their permanent borne. Tha dattes of his new office are such that be cannot possibly continue to reside in Dover, where nearly the whole of hla active and useful life has been spent. He and Mrs. Massey keenly ftel the pain attending tha severance of the close social Has of a lifetime, and the people of Delaware will su or rely regret tuelr departure TRAMPS ON THE RAILROADS. OlvUrtna Freight Trains Loaded With Them Hally. Freight trains on tbs Delaware dtvi situ of l be P, W. & B. railroad are hauling nearly ay many passengers as the regular passenger tr.iua but no fares are collected Tals traffic la composed of members of tbe Mystic Order of Neyetsweals and Khlgbta of tbe Hoad Among them are all con ditions and classes of men. They rids np and down tbe line bat forget to get off in the peach country, nnlers Induced to do so at tbs request of an officer. Oa some of the trains, north-bound, there were as many as thirty of these men on the bumpers and Inside "empties." Little trouble is txperieuced by tbe trainmen with them, however, except that tbe "hoboes" take up space on the bomptrs and are at a'l times subject to meeting an untimely death Thirty men were arrested at Clayton yesterday morning and sent to Dover J*«. _ Dell*! Work of tbe Police for July. Chief Dolau iu bis report for tbe mouth of July, shows the following work dona by tbe po'lea; Assault and battery, 19, assault with Inlaut to commit c.urcler, 4; abusive language, 1; abandoned children, 1; capias, 1; carry ing concealed deadly weapons, cruelty to child, 2; committings nuis ance, 2; contempt of court, 1; drank» 49; drunk and disorderly, 28; its orderly conduct, trespass, exposing ptrsau, begging, discharging fiiaarms on the street, disorderly bouse, held for New Jersey «uihoritifs. harboring nnrezlstered dog. Insare Incorrigible, lut* r »ring with an officer, keeping hanss of 111 feme, non support, peddling with ^lUeuse, obtaining gioia under false pretense, runaway girl,street lounging and toying with child, leach; demented,2 ;embfzzlemeat,2;blghwa) rob b(ry,2;larceney,17 obtaining money under false pretenses, 2; patients, 27; rue away boys, 4; selling liquor without a lioeusa, 4; trespass aud disorderly condnc*, 3; trespass. 21; vagrancy, 4; viola.lug city ordinance. 4; witnesses,?; total, 1; 57; drunk at.d ont 2SS Charged With House-breaking. Shortly after noon to day Sergeant Bayley arrested Boy Hopkins, Matthew Connell end James Neave, tbree boys, on a charge of entering tbs bouse of H D Downing, No 23 South Clayton street, bv means of a rear window and stealing $2 and some other things from a secretary The lade wilt ba arraigned to morrow morning. MIm DavU'tf Assailant Held. WHIUji Lerkine, the burglar who a*»suited Isaac R. Davis and bis sister, Mbs Louise Q. DavIb, In their house at Atlantia City, N. J , on July 13 was yesterday held for a hearing on Monday next, in Philadelphia. Miss Davis Is known In this city. A large number of good second-hand organe —Estey, Maeon & Hamlin, Wilcox & White—and others from $20 to $80 Kdbslen & Co., No 710 Mirket, street, ■ole agents for tbe Symphony sdf playing organs. Fell and Hroke a Shaft. Shortly before 8 o'clock this morning horse driven by a man - by tbe name of McDonald fell on Baventh between West and Tatnall streets and broke a shaft The animal was not injured. TRUCK AND CART MEET And One of the Delaware Horses is Instantly Killed. AN UNHAPPY INCIDENT OF THE DAY Tha Track's Bartel Harry Impaled an the Shaft of the Friendship'* Hose Cart at Sixth and West Streets While Respond ins lo a Tent Alarm From Box No. S' Tos only drawback to the lest made veslerday afternoon of the Gsmewell Auxiliary slana system st Btoeckle's brewery was tbe accident by which Hsiry, tha handsome avivai hors« owned by tbs Delaware Truck Compsuy, was killed Tos alarm bad been sent In from box No. 5 and tho companlei had re sponded. Thais was a double Incentive lo make quick lime, the desire to maks the last s thoroughly susoeaaful one, and feramost of that to beat ssnb otbar In tbe rsoe. There Is sud slwsvs bas been s deep seated rivalry between the different oempantee, and the members end friends ef etch ate always ready to take np the gaage of battle end argue the superiority of thvlr men, taaobiues and horses Tbe Friendship hose carriage with Cberlci White, driver, and the Delaware track with Charles Evans, driver, bith started from their houses et tbe first tap of tbs ball Tbe former want over Tenth street end down West, while the truck took Sixth street from French Several officers, among them Sergeant Massey, w-re et the InUrsvovloa of Sixth end West when they esw tbe two machines earning end appreciating that they would meat thete,motioned lo balb to aleck Dp Tbe Friendship driver understood end endeavored to pull bis horse, which was tunning for alt be was worth, bat the pavement was to slippery end be was going ao fast, that U wee Impossible Tbe Delaware driver sew the officer motioning but thinking It was to some psraon with a oarri >ge threw the reine loose end let tue three powerful horses go. The two teams went together at the corner, the Friendship horse and osrt sliding half sideways as though an attempt was being made to turn over Sixth Tbe trrek driver tried to tara down West but couldn't do so quickly enough end In e moment tbe eusft of tbe cert osngbt the Delaware horse just tack of tbe foreleg, impaling It as on e spear Tbe sidelong tendency of each teem, drew the shaft frost the horse's body, tbe force of Ihe impact thro wing It against the wall of the bonas occupied by Allen 8 Smith, the blood spurting from the wound and covering the pavement and the wall to tbs height of fir* or s'x feet Beth the track and cert came to e temporary bait, whea the latter backed oat and oaatiauad over West to Fifth end to the box The Dsltwere bays unhitched the injured horse where he ley. He died lo ab.int e mlnats Tbe truck was then taken buck to the house. The news of the accident caused considerable ex eltement el the scene of tha lest, and many expressions of sympathy with tbe Delaware's were heard Ni one seamed more affected by the Incident than Berry J. Ftoeckle . Jast wno was to blame, If any one was, has not been settled 0 d firemen claimed that tbe salt bad tbe right of way, was tunning on a smooth pavement down hill, end could not ba expected to pull np Oa tbe other bend, tbe trnek was crossing his track, was coming up hill on a strain, and bad tbs advantage of e rough pavement. In tbe one sate tbe driver was simply steering his animal ; la tbe other the bones were being urged. Driver Charles Whits of tbs Friend ship osrt In eonvereetloa with eu Kv*n ino Jouhkat, reporter stated that be aaw Sergeant Massey wave bis hand and at once pat on brakes. and nailed hie horse down. Tbe pavement wee ellpparj end the grade steep end bath bore« and cart simply slid along The Delawares slowed down et first, end then Driver Evans threw tas rtlas loose end the next thing the teams were together At tbe time of the collision neither teem was going at fall speed. The Datawares could easily nave stopped or slowed down as they were running up grade At the Delaware louse bat little could be learned excepting that tbe dilvsr did not think tbe warning was meant for him There seemed to be an Inclination to reserve cammeat, although several of tbe man declared an Intention of as certaining who was to blame and who was responsible for tbe loss. Tbe horse is one ole pair recently purehaesd, was a fine spaelmen of hors«flash and was valaed at $250 In addition to covering the pavement end front of Allen Bmltb'e bouse with bond e quantity of lb brick in the side calk was brolteu end injur-d so as to require replacing Tbe marble steps and window sills were stained by the blood, end it will require the attention of a marble dresser Defire it is in Ihe condition the seme es prior to the accident. This will necesstrily entail an expense on Mr Smith wblob tbe Fire Committee of tbe City Coat cil should, and undoubtedly will meet at once A Blight Fire on New Street. While getting breakfast at her honfs No 6 New street, shortly befrre 8 o'clock this morning, Mrs Clark, colored, bad a narrow escape from a nasty fire The stove pips fail against tba mantel, setting fire to a lambrequin It blazed fi-rre y for ■ few minutes, when Mrs Clark succeeded in teirlng It down and extinguishing It Two UolldlDg» Into Use, Lippincott and Company bave pur chased tbe building No. 3i0 Market street, which adjoins ihalr present place of business They will throw tbe two buildings Into one, and plans (or the alterations are now being prepared by Lewis B. Springer. The Herveit Home In Mill Creek. Between 5 000 and 6,009 persons attended tbe temperance harvest home In Whiteman's Grove, Mill Crevk hun dred. yesterday It was he'd under the ansniess of the Felrvlew Lodge, l. O Q T , of Pleasant Hill, aud Sam Small was the principal orator. Colored People Oat f<w Pleasure, Five cars load'd with colored jpeopla off the Hoe of tba Wilmington and Northern railroad came to this olty this morning «n route to Pennsgrove, to "hieb p'ece they went ou tbe ateamer U .rice. a INDIANS KILL TWO. The Mall Carrier Krem Jnrkton'i Hole Is AU» MUsing. Makkht LAKH, id»., Aug. 3.—A cou rier Just In from Rcdburg say « two white men were killed by the Indian» Wednes day on Trail ereek, this side of Jackson's Hide. The mall carrier between Jackson's Hole and Teton basin Is thought to have hoen killed by Indians. When last seen, ho was crossing Teton divide. ST. Avtuow, Ida., Aug. 3.—Tho peo ple of this and surrounding towns are still Very mueh agitated over tho Indian scare, and almost m#rv hour brings fresh ru mors. Wednesday evening a young man named Paul came Into town and deelared that another small hand of Indians, with squaws and papooses, were making their way toward the hole a few miles north of this town. On the strength of this Baxter Hopkins left Immediately ou horseback for tho purpose of verifying tho report. He went ns far north as Marysvale, 80 miles, and there found the sett lers In a state of wild excitement. It Is said the settlers have organised themselves and are now taking every pro* caution for their own safety. Guards are out by day and night. Indians have been seen lu tho vicinity of Marysvale for two or three days past, and men were delegated to ascertain what the Indians were doing. The understanding li s» «■ was that they should m* a cabin In tho vicinity at an apisdatid time. When the men approached the cabin, they noticed a number of Indians surrounding it, who at once commenced tiring. Three of tho men returned to Marysvale, but one Wilson ami Captain Harris have not as yet returned, and It Is fourni that their lives have been taken. IHnrvKn, Aug. 3. —Adjutant General St User win'd Governor Hlehanls that tho troops had Just entered Teton pass en route to Marysvale. He staled t hat all was quiet. Inspector General Woodruff, to whom was referred the appeal of the peo ple at Lewiston and South Pass fur arms, reported t hat he had sent a reliable man Into tho Sweet Water country to Investi gate tho condition of affairs. ii tho uii'ii ut it curtain MRS. WALLER IN DISTRESS. The linprlaimed F.s-4'unaul'a Wife Stranded on the Ollier Side of the Globe, Washington, Aug. 3.—All the members of the Waller family or» nt lost out of Madagascar, hut their misfortunes con tinue, and Mrs. Waller, wife of thu har assed ex-consul, Is now with her llttlo children helpless and stranded on uu is land on tho other side of the globe. A letter received by Paul K. Bray, Wal ler's son-In-law, and a dispatch received by tho state depart men l from United Flutes Consul Campbell nt tho Uluud of Mauritius Isith contain notification of tho arrival of Mrs. Waller and her four chil dren at Port Louts, Mauritius, from An tananarivo, Madagascar, about thu middle of June. The letter said that tho mother and chil dren were well, but that Mrs. Waller was suffering Intense mental distress owing to her husband's misfortunes and the hard ships she and tho children had to undergo. They did not know how they were going to roach the United States, being without money. Hearing of the appearance of tho United States cruiser Castlnc In Madagas car waters, the mother and children had made their way from the Interior of tho Island to the coast In tho hope of securing passage to the United States, but mot with failure and disappointment. Mr. Ethel hört Ö. Woodford, an American engineer from New York, who had lieon in tho cap ital of the Hovus on business, generously succored tiffin and paid their passage as far its Mauritius. Mr. Campbell, tho American consul there, could do nothing more for them than to cable tho department an appeal for assistance to enable tho mother and children to reach the United States. The department is unable to grant relief, and it will lio necessary for them to look to friends in this oouutry for aid. KATE CHASE HOMELESS. 8he Makes a Btatement Concerning like Selxnr« of Fdgnwood. New Yoiik, Aug. 3.—Mrs. Kale Chose has just arrived In this city from Wash ingtou and Is now stopping nt a hotel here. In conversation Mrs. Chase said: "So many somewhat contradictory state ments have appeare d of Into throughout tho country In regard to my undertaking to redeem Edgewood, tho home of the Into Chief Just leu Chase, that It Is wise per haps for me to state that thu moment has not yet arrived for inc to give a full and complet» history embracing tho real facts that have led to my financial embarrass ments. Perhaps I am not the only Indi vidual whose resources bava boon impaired during tho last three years. "I regret tho tenor of these articles, for they cannot fall to bo misleading. The co-operation of a number of prominent men und men of largo wealth to save Edge wood, a valuable historic landmark, is testimony of tjielr appreciation of tho valuable public services of Secretary Chase, and to relieve the urgent pecuniary needs of his daughter has been demonstrated by liberal response. As to the part Ohio peo ple have taken in the matter 1 may say that a great number have expressed ap proval, but I have not heard what has been accomplished In that state, though many Ohioans In New York are partici pating. Regarding tho publications mentioned, I hare noticed names of men as partici pants who, to my own knowledge, have not been approached. Those publications are calculated to give the Impression that my work Is completed. But the fact is that until its claim Is satisfied the trust company that foreclosed has seen fit to In sist that I and my children should vacate our home and give them absolute posses sion, though n portion of my furniture is permitted to remain temporarily. "I have Is-en compelled to find domicile for my invalid daughter and ber compan ion, and I am now actually without a home. The fund necessary to clear Edge wood is net sufficient, und I make this statement that those who may care to in terest themselves may know that the need bus not pa.-sixl. " Has Not Stopped Faiment. S ate Treasurer Atkins was in town last, evening Hs denies the ata'amsut that be has stopp'd paving claims agaluat 'hastate vnd lntima<e 1 that be had no idea of so doing. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. —John W. Adam*, of this olty, has h»en granted as original pension. -The J i-kson and Sharp Cnmpxny »i.'pped a ooKs'Komsnt of t trs to ,b» Turk flouihsrn lallroad yesterday. —Transfers of p -opvrty on ' amotte street, -ear Tweatj -fourth stresl. from Arvld W. Rklnnd t 1 Annie C. Ai rens w«s filsd with the bureau of registry this morning HURT 0 KÄ WATER CHUTE Carload of People Taken on a Fearful Slide. TWENTY PERSONS ARE INJURED. I tic Cable Crip llruke :ind the float Slipped Ruck l*uH«ciigcre Tried to .lump Oat and Were Iladly Hurt— One Woman la Not Expected to Survive, CHIOAOO, Aug. 3.—A serious nccldcnt happened at the chutrs nt HITty -third street nml Cottage Grove «venue. A rar containing alunit 30 people was near tho top of the chute when the cable broke mill the ear went tearing down the slide of 300 feet. A wild panic ensued among the peo ple in tho ear, and many of them In their desperate efforts to escape were spilled out of the ear. Tho following wore injured: Kato Morengard, face and head bruised; Fnsl Krbett, left leg fractured and bruised, may die; M. A. Mclncrny, J. F. Hussey, badly eut on side; Miss M. Crook, Miss Minnie Hcldt, < 1 \ Heldt, Miss S. J. White, C. Dunlap, luidly battered up, lu serious condition; Miss Maud HetTron, Charles A. Sehnldenhrand, George F.mer Mon, Fred Sharp, badly bruised; Max Er lindorti, head cut, and J. Hussy. The Injuries of Miss Crook, It Is be llevisl, w ill prove fatal, her bead having , l«s'n so badly cut that a portion of her bruin oozed out. How Hie Accident Occurred, Tho car was approaching the place at the top of the slide where the stop Is usu ally made when John Darin, the motor man, found that his grip had caught and would not release tho cable. He sprang to the edge of the platform and called ou tho passengers to Jump. The ear shot past tho platform. Then' was a crash, a recoil, and the ear. released from tho eahlo by tho contact with tho timbers at the end, rolled Isvek. The jmssongers wore thrown from their seats onto Ihe bottom of the boat. When it passed back, half a dozen persons jumped out. Darin caught a woman's hand, and she fell" upon tho planks. The car and Its load trembled a moment nt tho verge of the^leaceul, thou shutdown. George K.merson leaped from the boat as it was half way down and fell headlong to tho ground. Another form pushed out. Then, with a crash louder than the first, the Issit enmn to a standstill at the bot tom of tlm incline. Its occupants were thrown among the broken brums and boards. There was a wild panic among tho crowd of spectators and among tho occu pants of tho other ears, hut the wounded wore quickly carried away by the ambu lance. Tho slide down which the ear flow Is fully Mild feet long and slopes at an angle of 116 degrees from tho ground. The peo ple who patronized tho chuto wuuld get Into a ear at the bottom of the Incline and after lielng drawn lo tho top would entor a small boat, which would be allowed to slip down the chute at lightning speed on to a largo pool of water at tho bottom of tho slide. Tho accident occurred just ns the car reached the lop of tho Incline. RUSSIA'S POLICY. Prince Ferdinand I« In He Removed ns Itnlguria's Ruler. Loxnox, Aug. 3. —A semiofficial state ment Issued In Ht. Petersburg disposed of the rumors that Russia would prolmbly recognize Prince Ferdinand as a ruler of Bulgaria. The statement is to the effect that Russia will never enter Into relations with tho existing Illegal Hulgnrlan gov ernment, which has lieon forced upon tho principality by a usurper. Russia simply demands that n prince shall 1st chosen In accordance with tho provisions of the Ber lin treaty, with the concurrence of tho porto. Tlio Daily News today prints a Vienna dispatch Mtvlng that tills declaration of Russia's position is held to signify tho re moval of Prince Ferdinand and the exist ing Ilulgarlan government at tho shortest possible notice. Struck a Forty-live Rarral Gusher. Wheeling, Aug. 2.—Them is much ex citement in the Hlstervlllu oilfield today over the biggest strike ever made there or in any other West Virginia field. Tho gauge of the Lohr gusher shows a produc tion of 45 barrels per hour. Tho nows Is to the effect that the well Is flowing ut the rate of 1,400 barrel* per day. Thu tanks are filled so fast that It is impossible to handle thu oil. SIutIIT Tsinisil Indicted, N«w Yoiik, Aug. 3.—Two Indictments against Hlioriff Tanison, lit connection with tho escape of Joseph Kllloran, Charles Alleu mid Hurry Russell, tho postofflco robbers, from Ludlow street jail on July 4, were found by the grand jury. Both were for misdemeanor. Soon after tbo In dictments were found the sheriff gave him self up and was held in *1,00(1 ball by Re corder Goff. Another Expédition Roaches Cuba. Philadelphia, Aug. 3.—Nows was re ceived by the local Cuban claim hero that tho oz|ieditloii made up In this city and which, it Is said, sailed from BuMlmoro last Thursday lias reached Cuba safely. Alxiard the vessel, which is owned by a Philadelphia company, were about 500 Remington rille» and 60,000 rouuds of ammunition. An Ki-CongrpMiiuan Antigna. CkïVF.LAM», Aug. 3.—Tho Bedford Clmlr company, of which ox Congressman W. A. Taylor 1* president, ha* mode an assignment to Solomon S. Drake of Bed ford. Assets, *85,000; liabilities, *55,000. Later Mr. Taylor made u personal assign ment for tho benefit of his creditors. Lia bilities and assets not stated. >1 title m Speech From tho Gallows. Live Oak, Fla., Aug. 2.—Goorgo Mitch ell was hanged in the presence of a largo crowd of men, women aud children of all colors. gallows protesting his innocence, ell was one of three men who heat to death Alfred By borg last March, robbing him of 35 cents. Ho mode a long harangue on tho Mitch Speaker frl»p In England« LONDON, Aug. 3.—Mr. Charios F. Crisp, ex-spenker of tho L T ulted States house of re pr e se n tatives, is sightseeing In London, He recently visited the place whore he was horn in Sheffield, Jan. 39, 1845. while bis parents were on a visit to that olty. Standard Wagon Company Anaigns. ClKomATI, Aug. 3.— Tho Standard Wagon company has assigned to Edward Ritchie. Assets, *300,000; liabilities, *400,1)00. The company assigned several (sors ago aud never fully recovered.