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NUT SEPOBUCAS.
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end Publishing Co,
P fCBLISHED DAILY. IXCP.PT SUNDAY
# C. E. CUU. 1IIIKD AND KING STREETS
fcHere d at'the Poitumcoat Witmlnstoe
Dei, at second-class mall matter.
MONDAY. JUNE 9. 1002.
Several papers with Djmouratic
leanings are opposed to electing
F members of the Legislature who
r fhsdlgo there pledged to vote for
l- •ertain men for United States Seua
Ma The Everv Evening is op
m foeed to R. H. Kenney being one
pVlha Senators and has no particular
m for Wilhird San Is bury for Sena
P l«r, ahhough it haw uot'vet come
I lutflat-footed and said so. *
r Tho Newark Ledger which voices
/; fte MDtiment of tho Every Even
tag at this particular time, advo
Bales the nomination and election of
I Democrats who are un]»ledged to go
| Dover to vote for United States
Beuatora next year presuming that
Die Democrats will lie iu a position
i la elect two United States Senators.
^ fbe Ledger says:
r "Senatorial candidates are look
m over the prospective Legislative
I 5, timber, and are willing to mime
|| men who would make excellent
E; oandidates. But at this time there;
r Bust be unpledged men on the leg
I Mative branch of the ticket. *A<1
f itocks or nobody,' has split the Re
ynhiifiin party uni it hn M drifted po
i iur that reconciliation looks to tie
fimpowible. So in the Democratic!
. party there will be no Suulsbury
jf men, or any pledged meu. but men
I Who have backbone, anil will to do
P right, deapite the pressure that may
Ei, be brought to bear upon.
p "It would be foolish to put Ken
fa-' oey men or Sautelmry men on the
f ticket. These gentlemen may have
ft r following, but this following does
I not constitute the whole Democratic
'
| "He may be all right, and he may
I go *all wrong.' 'The people want
l men elected to the Legislature, uot
|- puppets. Meu who can prove them
I" selves meu when the time arrives.
1 'Mr. So-aml So or Xulxnlv.' Is*l»n«s
to some other party iiot to the,
Democratic party.
"Therefore, every man has the
right to support men of his choice.
buthe must rise above his choice
when the occasion demands and
cast his ballot for some one who
will honor the State in the United
States Senate."
Evidently from the above the
Democrats expect to save the R e -!
publicans all the tvoul.le of electing!
United States Senators. It is imw
|v party. The voter cares very little
| If anything
! dates.
, for the pledged caiuli
up to the Republicans to see that
t he Democrats are not given an op
^-p^nity to elect anybody for they
» in riieir power to save the Demo-r
crats any needless worrying and all
it remains for the Republicans to do
te to cease their ligotiug and elect
Members to tlie Legislature w.
jijlgo plwl(<eil t'> votH fin 1 two ITii-1
te'l States .senators. Hllotvm,? H'*',
TTuon R«put.li, an la.-tlon tlie rlioi.-o
«t one Semi lor ml the lieeulars
Bkewise. Jins is the only practical
Solution out of the difficult v and one
'j^
which will make the State solid Re
publican. The Dei
take advantage of the fight which
has been going on in the Hepubli
can party for years and thereby rc
gain control of the political affairs
of tlie State.
We believe that there are enough
Republican voters
ent fight is kept up lo defeat either
faction of tin* party so badly that
they would not realize what had
taken place in the party the day
after the coming electu
Thikvks have a desire to cripple
i the Wilmington and Chester troiiey
For third or fourth time
Fight
I wire
night
line.
feed wire lias iieen
Wihningtod and
hundred pounds of copper f»»,
were stolen on Wednesday
stolen Ik tw
near Clay moil t. Cop|ier
and th * thieves
have a jilnco w her" they can readily
dispose of their plunder. It is a
pity that tho parties cannot ho ap
prehended in
made to feel s
ticc.
' wortii
<'vidt*nt I v
I >el:i\v;
* and there!.v
ie of Delawa
I- jus
A e.ooD lien is more profitable t<
the farmer than a poor cow. He
( fruit bringing 25
the Hummer time, with butter
In* at 25 cents a pound, paying a
bigger profit than butter,
look nt the diff eiv
caring for a cow.
is profitable for the farmers and the
only wonder is that there i
more of them rained in tfiF
of the country where there is al
ways a ready market for them.
in
'II
is a doze
I lien
•(:* ill the
■ork of!
n
not
•tiou
dt. WKrcmemher tlie lime
| Mayor of this city lo ;
prisonersarresied'l.y the police. Tin*
| chief the
department.
'/§ Municipal judges and a clerk of the
The cost of running tlie no
-.-tv
vtlCl) ll,
d all of the
kept tli(> l''*e(
In
■ t v\. *
['court.
; • lice department i^ slowly hut s
Bincreasing year
M position of Mayor is a paying one
K |or the work performed by that in
t dividual.
after year. The
at What is wonted by the Y. M. C.
IT A. in our city is more money and
1 $iot so many new secretaries. (
^ rich men don't care a snap of their
; finger about tiie welfare of tin
youth, at least not sufficient to give
ft few of their dollars. Wilmington,
should with its large wealth ho ahlr
i to support a M < . A. and support
, it in such a style that it would he in
l ft few years self-supporting.
Mir
Barney McVey helievcs he would
| make a good reprenentiitive Demo
* ©rat in the Legislature,
to try for tlie honor nt reju esenting
bis district iu the next House.
Ho means
Hemkmbkr that it only cusls you
• coupon out from tho Iti:r-i nr-re \v
ki give your fuvonto Imw? I,nil
player a vote lor tim gold watnb
Offered by us.
Tmi Appear* to to several men
is Delaware who have their eyeou
the Senatorial prize. That is ope
reason why the light has been bo
bitter in the Republican ranks. It
has been more self than jwirty suc
cess. This is one reason why Dela
ware to-day is without a represen
tative in the U. S. Senate. There
can only be two gentlemen who will
be honored at Washington. The next
election will decide whether it will
be two Democrats or two Republi
cans. No matter which party wins
we think there will be no prolonged
fight in electing the two Senators,
t ^ . i
Intbehrst place, numerous catidi
dates who sat in the last Legislature
ur ? uot likel) to SUW'Cwl tiiHiuHtrivtm
this year. New men to a great ex
t0,lt vvlH represent their (ronstitu
entS: nien who have had experience
ttPe to lw? ( *'>^*nended as 'aw uiakeLs
ns , the 8eSh,on » hort ona, it
takeH 8( . ,veral t,il . vs to t *»» <*
#am«ition several more before
any btismew»w transacted and every -
tbm K working m apple pie order,
I he memhers of both branches of
* Legislature should remember
that they represent the men who
yoted for them and not altogether
themselves, and vote for U. S. Seu
atorH HM will rebound to the credit
and future success of the Republi
cft ? l^vty.
^ain men who cannot con
affairs of the Republican
P art y are uot satistieil, how much
h**®^® 1 * * ur tbe party if they would
down and out of it. As soon
as u nmu t^omes a chronic kicker
aut ^ obstructionist, heceases to have
nmcb hiffueuco and sooner or later
rake8 f * le position in tho party
wherehe rightfully belongs. f fhe
thing is to elect a, Republican
Legislature, then the next thing j
l >ar * iIJ *ouut to everything else, is to
two Republican U. S. Senators J
^ tau done and it should lie :
<Jone * l
n , . !
Rkal estate iiwu complain that j
estato * n Wilmington is dead.
>' on evor ' «t (> j»i»e<lI to ask yonr
he " question why < Nothing
lia, ei t Ie tax ,!lte
" ar ^ et *.,^ r ^. 10 ' an ^ w, tiuty: the
mercantile tax also comes m for
condemnation and iu some instau
Ces damnation. Wilmington real
8tate } ias .* u a b r<H ^« instances
,jet * n steadny on the decline. Take
,ro P ert y from Front
^* . f " 11 . liot „ b)-day bring as j
1 l' 1 '! i ,M, t tui the ground as i
!'**"*,I" 1 " 1 u . 20 • v !' it !' s "U 1 *- Take |
1,1 at ^ hird ami l rench streets: j
ll "' as su l' 1 '"f* ,v, ' ek ['> i
' eiail< ' " dl not p-ay the Heller a
' ,n t4l '* original investment; |
111 tart ™ yt '™!' thousand dollars Itss .
\ ['* rh '' 1(,t thaI1
UllH |M1<Mul ,r Hoaie TtJJi *' v inorH i
eni ! ri J . akethj pi'op.-iry for- i
inerly lielongmg t«» the Tiituall es- i
tatl * 0,1 Madison street neur Debt- j
alv a '* euuu -, was s ' ,|,} ' Vlll,,n i
, " < / l,t 1 h .;\ u ' l,r ' m » at than ir
,,st to n , l ^ 10 l H)USe - snr '
rounded bv
Prop
VVimhiugtou street from
Front to Delaware Avenue is in the
same condition. On some portions
>F i)eh
Afti , 1{ , me 1,11^111.:
the roal fieMs. Hut.- .Iocs not apiiear
11BV
VVliile the strike lasts the
U |,ii,- will he compelled to foot the
j,jjj , ts j t
Lcrty
arc avenue the properties
to-day ho
purchased for much less than it cost
the original owners.
have depreciated and <•;
in
ill mean dearer coal.
Another calamity may happen and
that is the shutting ' " '
manufacturing plants for want of
fuel, now that the miners in the
bilumim
Vll
fields have
gone on a
sympathetic strike. Both sides ap
pear determined to fight it out if it
takes nil summer. Thousands of
dollars worth of property will, ir
the meantime, go to waste through
being Hooded, which will compel
the miners to go elsewhere
work when the strike is ended. The?
strike, we believe, benefits the mine
ers and the railroads more than
on
does the poor underpaid miners.
miners in ten years won't he
able to make up what they have
lost during this strike.
companies et
fids winter by advancing the pi
The coal
d' coiih but the miller
nive to
do tin* host they can.
legist, Wm.
Bullock
lark, ot Maryland, d
tlieclu
n«.l t li in k
il in that
State would justify tin* public in in
Hiirh enter
'es for
vesting their money
prises in Maryland. He
11is opinion tiie reasons bused on the
1 1 structure of ihe state,
•e more, tin* ]»c
Thus
Marvlund. if tlie Professor s
>1(3
if
opm
*rth anything.
are do
ion is wo
todisappoinlmetit.
'i'ii*• Texas fields
ha ve the pull at tin- present time
and nimien
wells have
>' en struck in that state. Then*
are no doubt nitmen
tive wells i
miprouue
'hieh have
h(*en used l*y sharpers for tlu* pur
pose nf swindling tlie pul lie nut nf
lheir good money, by selling them
xas.
.
slock in wort li less
.m)».
on paper. Lut
* put their inoiie
mem.
Be sure of your inve tnieiit before
irli vour io<
parting
veil, there
•oinpany liana
nut
'eds that never pay «nlv
him
r j roiinit
An ordinance should la* tmincdi
alely passed bv < it v Ui,uneil
com
mizzle
iths of
pell ing 1 he ow
Ogs to
their animals during the
j'June. July and a under j
taken up by tl
put to
worth all the d r
.. .
, , Vo ,J vo 1 . w
IL-vIII, Oil Town, Vll. "W, '
ally of a file* an I hav
g tin
•at' lier I
loath. One Luma
Old fowl
I
Vi It
N.
I
A
■ I
:• .hitlLriif.'
of
rf
(mill hoiul.
fnr (
1 1
i.s, Biii
Hr
I*. Brils, Ui.j.r
III-.- Iur I'lh.'S. Only
fo: Ill's ilfUi story .
I
.I
N I 1 . Ifiiii
I
A i.udii Iawver is
evora trickster
hut
Uomp.'trisoiiK Hometim< '- are »m]h, 1 .
tricknter may h
Tlll; f, iril „,,. H nn . romplnining tlmt
owing to llm drought, tin- grass is
l, T ii,g up and a short crop ol hay
will la
c<»iiH(*»|wm<(*.
)>•«<«>« <ti»oour«*«d, There t, a
curetoryou. If nareasary write fit. toinier.
Ho !ms sumi a nr.. ..in- i„si such
"£*"*»«"'»• Ail.yiMiiuitio.,« fw.
cured two very bud css
mers the past year wboiu the doctors bad
given up. J. L. STILL & CO.. Woodlaud, la."
... ~ „ , _,_
Ask fnrCook Book Free.
Sure Cure. Circular. Hr
Kenner, Fredonia.N.Y
DR. FENNER'S
KIDNEY *
Backache
All diseases of Kidneys,
Bladder, Urinary Organs.
Also Rheumatism, Back
ache,HeartDiaeaae.Gra vol.
Dropsy, Fomale Troubles.
CURE
Druwista. noe.. *f.
way team on satuiday afternoon, lie
is lying at his home with four ribs
broken, his head badlv lacerated and
is suffering from internal injuries.
Hunter is employed by the E. I. du
Pout de Nemours ( oinpany,andstart
ed for Rising Sun In a hack drawn by
two horses on Saturday afternoon,
On reaching sixteenlh street and
Ml. Salem Lane the horses in some
manner liecame frightened and start
edtorun. Making a sharp swerve
Hunter was thrown from his seat and
fell directly under the horses feet.
Bystanders went to the assistance
custo
ST.VITUS'OANGE
CHAPTER OF
ACCIDENTS.
William Hunter. living at duPont's
Banks, narrow I v escaped being tramp
led to death under the feet of a mini
of the injured man, and be was re
moved to a ncarbv bouse,
William Alexander, aged GT years,
of Xo. 713 East Eighth street, sus
tallied severe injuries about I o'clock
yesterday morning by falling from
ihe second slory front window of his
boarding Imwse to the pavemennt le- I
low. Just how he cuiuc fo full is uot i
known, but H isstippo-ed lie was sit
tmg on the window sill am! lost Ins I
His moans as he lay helpless on the ;
sidewalk below were heard by :i imiti :
who roomed with Alexander, who
made an investigation, and thereby |
discovered the accident Alexander
was sent to the lloineopulliio liospi- ,
tal in the patrol wagon. .
There the surgeons found that lie
had f raclurcMi his thigh, and broken
l,is wrist, received i
Later the
I'hoeufx ambulance was summoned,
and Hunter was removed to Ids
home.
The team cou tin tied its Might, but
was caught before the vehicle was de
molished.
)
Ugh
ncerulion
of the sculp,and painful bruises about
He is expected to soon re
the hodv.
cover.
John Mvers, a boy, living at. No.
■aset street,was jolted from i
a wagon of the llarlman and Fcltrail- j
bach Brewing company at Fourth I
and French streets en SaUirday alter- I
noon. One of his toes was
1803 W;
I
Hashed
by the wheels passing over it, and lie !
was bruised, lie was removed to the
Delaware Hospital and had his wounds
dressed.
Jacob Cole, aged 10 years, of No. |
Ins King street, fell from the shoul
ders of a man who was carrying Rim
oil Saturday night, and was cut about
the face and head.Dr. H. W.-Spriuinee
attended him.
Jacob (terriwisiki, aged •!(> years, |
left his home at No.
i
Friduv to go !
line, in IIcdgeville,
fishing in the Uhnstiana liver
Newport,
home
1 1 1
Hi* tliil not return to l,K j
Friday evening, and Ids dis
as rejjorLul loPatroJm;
appeu ranee
Jakubovv.ski.
Not lung
■ v<*r. and it was si
as heard of
the man, li
posed he had drowned.
Y' Stcrdav allenieon •
•me jersons i
passing along the hanks
I I he Clu ist
tirf: Kailnad ;
finui river n
bridge, saw the body of a man Ivin" - i
in I lie mud along the shore, where it |
cvideol U had bee
washed I.,
tide.
Coronei's Assistant Chandler j
I ilied, and took chargt
body last evening. It piovrd
to he j
that
He was married.
Charles Rankin, a fakir, uh
g Main's ('iicus,
a til at. the show grounds \
morning about 10 t
ing Ids head si ruck <
clf.ck
Ill fill!- !
' of the pega
unconscious.
As efforts to rev/ic* him were
successful lie
Delaware Hospital
An ex a
,
as removed to the •
m III • Phoenix I
niiiatfoh l,v lhc
surgeons at 111", hospital during the '
day re vest led that RanA/'n 's skuil
fractured at the base of the .skuil.This i
evidently had 1 icen cause d by his Ik ad
liking the ten
at No. 013 Spring sliced, PluJudcl
!*«•»■ Dc.'in,
NEW Y
Jockey Arthur
vii Memorial •!,,
II<- \v:
. • el l. At III- t,l
of I ii
Knight, w!
the
(Ii
While
pr.'s.ru
fell
•li c
irid |
the i
at
aint
li. p.i s for In.- no.'
pouchki
d'SlE.
The I -I i M
''■us preach, d
:il V:
•ii all
i.Mire MH
1h
■ilics of Uf,..
lb* said
that flic
»w* of duly and the
purpose. :
best
tlOll!
lor's opinion flu
our lives is tl
Si-.-Liug : piril
SO of tfi.'ir
the rein
• f life. 11
all tli.il is gooff i
i d by Hie pleasure
Woodland Beach, Scott, June 12.
lot oi land with a frontage of
r(H , tKl . 1 „ v . tl ,three inches
w *» Thatcher street, ami eighty-three feet
on twelfth street, with Use of tUley ad
Joining sn. property
No. s-Beginning "«t intersection
southerly shl}» of Twelfth street, with
westerly side of llenld street, bring
•tangnlar pieee of land, having a front*
ag»» of sixty feet, three inches on Heald
sirnri. and sixty feet on Twelfth street.
Nei'/ou and taken as the property
Calvin Forbes and to be sold by
HORACE G. RKTTKW,
Receiver of Taxes and County Treas
urer for New ('astir 'County.
Wilmington. Delaware, June 3, 1902.
T AX l.HOKI VISITS SALK—By
itte ol the power iu me invested
the laws of the State ot Delaware,
have levied on and will expose lo public
sale, at the
COURT HOUSE,
between Tenth ami
Market street,
Eleventh streets, in the City of Wiiuiliig
ton. (.'onnty of New Castle and State
Delaware, on
SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY of JULY.
At 10 o clock a. in.
In default of the payment of $28.52
County mid Poor Tax lawfully assessed
for the years 1898, 1899.1900 and 1901.
following described real estate to wit:
Those two Iota of land in Wilmington,
\ 0
Delaware, described
Beginning at intersection of southertv
Hid*, of Twelfth street, with easterly side
of Thu tuber street, bciiiff a rectaujfular
follows:
have levied
af r, io
liund
T AX RECEIVER'S SALK*—By
tiie of the power in me invested by
the laws of the State of Delaware,
m ciiKOM, to i-ubiic
ami
■COURT HOUSE,
Market street, betwi
Tenth and
Eleventh streets, in the City of \> ilinln^
ton. «.'onnty ol Now Ca.tlo and State of
Delaware, on
SATl''MDAV. TUB 12th DAY of JULY,',
At 10 o'cltH-k a. at.
In default of the payment of $17.85
County ami Poor Tax lawfully assessed;.,
for the years 1898. 1899.1900 and 1901, the.
to wit
following described real estate
All that lot of land i
Wilmington,
Delaware, beginning at intersection of,
northwesterly side of Market street, with
salt- of lYvcntj-f,until
reetnnguhir lot of land
frontage of twenty-nine feet on
Market stroct. an.! one humlrvd aniDovon
UI1 '
SATURDAY. THE 12th DAY «.r JULY,
At 10
In .letmilt of the pjiyme
southwesterly
street, bring
with
*ii Twenty-fourth street. Be the
•r»'of whnt they
feet
as the property of
to In* sold by
HOIIAUK (,'. RKTTKW.
unnty 11oa»
Seized' and, taken
I. Annie Gregg and
for New Fustic County.
Wilniinglcui. Delaware, .him 3. 1902.
rp \\ Rid
OK'S SALE—By vii
i-A
f the power •
r Dcliiwims I
ami will expose
i he laws •
have l( vied
»f the Slate
'orET HOUSE.
Market shoot.
• if W i I hi in v
tic and State
•f
'clock a. in.
$6.91
if
•ars 189X. 1899. I960 ami 19M. the
for the
vintr describe*, rci
I land in Wilmington. Del
! of I lie
All iInn h
arc. In v'lmung at niters
»f i
St
ride
f Harris
recta
guhir
M*veni>
itli a
e <>f land.
fron
«m Chestnut <ire<
!. and s':
ft'
Be the <■(
ake
Patrick 11 agger ty and
a^ the pio|M'i
of
HORACE <J. RKTTKW
i:y Trcu«
;isl le t '<niiil y.
Will
.,n. Dch
are. .1 imc .i, itmjt.
rjlAX I {Ei El VERS SALE.
By vii
Ihu lav-, .rf tin* Slsi
e of I». I i
.1 will exp..-.. I
are. I
public
COURT HOUSE.
Market
T. mli
ill llie lily I.f \Y.:uii
u "■
'il-lle i
SA T'TD'A Y. TMU l-'tli DAY of JU.Y.
\i
ol the |i;
•fully av
di'N.iilinl
AI! tin;
m of lit: <1 will!
\vi:
xiutlo'ily
Hllt
linn
iy eiglit.
in li--.
•l.v
Fniuklii
•in ei: iIn
C easterly n.
ig < -ut Ik i l.<
al
d'l
it li
o Cli-slhi:l 'i
[.. a drill of risi
>.f ;dle\
lake
»f
«.!d by
IIORAUE G. RKTTKW.
Tie.::
'aixlle C<
Wilmi
re. .1 Min 3. 1902.
rjlAX REUEIVF.IUS SAI.K
r ilie Sim
.1 ;«•
III CX|D
mi RT HOUSE.
T-ii'li
-ii Market
lift
W.III i:
\ nf N"
I'll! 'Vil
It D A Y. THE 12th HAY .-f JULY.
At 10 o'cI'D'k n. m.
la •'
anil <•!' I lie pi
• r
S no
d
, ami Pc"V Ti
hi
fully m-si
19'd. tin*
d
l'
I-;-,"to 1 :.":;
'
a' : his u ill Ii
f<
Be i
11, ir.
i. .1 I 11 — V
\Y. Moriiitl iin.l
he mill by
HORACE c l;
n r:w.
•are. Jane 3. IH'2.
S'
,S I'D
A 10
.!
'•■i-olK
l.i
ii
iff
I'lii
i,i
•ill.*
ipiini.'.l ;
to uu ic
Kucirii i
-■ Lev.
Thu hi.
taler
> J0I It, M
a. k. a k „wa •r,
14AA'-. C. El.L'.OTl
i„ 'i
-at
Coiiiinillt c.
i'lBSTO DO | IKCIC\yoKK AT 'IHKIR
lioiuys; we 111rni h 1 > all
L
al» ami pay
•eeUly; .lend 9'unipcd envelope
Sloi.rou tlroef, Clilcugo, 111.
io7.lt
CPI N N Kim A N D H I' LI'EHS WA NTIfil)
O Bridesbirg inuli^ Apply lo RockHtone
Mills Co., Dowmuglown, l*a. ]•'. L. Putney,
Mgr.
ON
R7
f tr
east uloiiK Sccnud street, to a frontw „f
13 feet 3 inches, and having a depth
northerly between right angle lines of
| 100, R< ' t,u ' intents what they may.
of I Seised ami token ss the |oo|>erty of
n ite. and to be i^.u by
a I lIOKAt L <t. Rk I l hW,
1 Receiver of I axes and t ouutv Ireas
. •'<*"' (castle ( onnty.
'* thnington, Delaware, June 3, 1902.
of
Rlicmvens SALE
yii-W'AX ttECKI VNIfS SALE.-By vir
! me of the power in me Invested by
l Gtc
!*••»»*■ levied on and will expose'to put,He
I««iv. at the
Inws of the State of Delaware,
COURT HOUSE,
0,1 Market street, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, in the City of Wilming
of Comity of New Castle and State of
|Do,aware, on
'SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY of JULY,
At 10 o'clock n. m.
In default of the payuient of $16.38
Tax lawfully (Tssesscd
,
* onnty and I
f '"' years 1898, 1899. 1900 and 1901. the
jlollowing described real estate to wit:
■ *^h (hut lot of land in \\ iliniugtou. Dri
1_ aware, with n two-story house thereon
known ns Xo. 727 West Second street,
described „« follows: Hp*inniup
f i0 '; tl ' * uii ' (,f ^ei-ond street, 96 feet 8 1-2
incite., east from Monroe street, thence
th<*
T AX KlCrEIVEUS 8ALE.-Bjr vir
tue of lht» power iu me invented by
the laws of the State of Deinwuif. I
j have levied
|su!e, at the
and will expose t-j public
COURT IIOUBE.
Market street, lie tween Tenth and
vir-.,,, , . .
, h,PVra,h »' t,, <* Cit -V of Wilmiiig
. ( o. nt.v ol X* -v Castle and Stile of
. _
S ;, I ": I!IIAV TI1K 121b I(AY
At 10
i
Vloek a. in.
1,1 ,1, ' r "", ll 1
County and !'
the payment of $27.30
lawfully asseasen
• T
,
. r "!', ll,p • v< ' uls ,kilS ' ,,i99 - " ikI 1901 - »*"■
following deseribed real estate to wit:
AH ,I , 1ui .. " f lnl " 1
ho " w ,h '' 1
1,11 / ont s,m *U 64 feet south from How
n,,< * s,m "U otid eontinuiug soutfi along
' Du Pont street
itu two story
known as No. 815 Du Pont
street, Wilnnngtou,
ns follows:
mom ware, deseribe.'
west side of
•efcinninjr
a frontage of 16 feet:*
between lines at
a depth of 72 feet, with
Be the eoutents
, .
! 4,1
,lu 11 M,, P"* S
"f " f . .
j n r a, ' v . .
..* < ! ,z1 1,8 Bie property of
! AIulliu. and to bo sold by
IIGltACK G. UUTTUW,
Receiver of Taxes and County Ticas
for New Castle County.
Wilmington, Delaware, June 3. 1902.
i uing w
ifoMhe years i.m n.99.1900. n.ul mi the
following nni 0
m\x I1KCKI VKIt'N SALK.
. J. tm , o! - t ) lc p OW ,, r j„ ,„ t , hivestLl by
By vir
f the State of Delaware. I
ill expose b. public
ini
. at the
COURT HOUSE.
Tenth and
Kl.-v. nili sinTls. in the City of tVilniiiiy
bet wee
strei*
i. < 'onnty
f .\ew Castle and Stair >f
K.v I UR DAY, THE 12th DAY of JULY.
At 10 o'clock a. in.
f Hie
In «]..fan!
nt of $13.65
pay
.County ,iimI I s
| All tIn;t |..|
laud in >Vilmiiiir
D hi Win c. described as folio
Regin
soutliei'ly side of Yauilcvcr
jin
i h
of John Hayes; thence southerlv
forty-five
il't.v-oM
i t: thcnci
rilierly forty-live i
east fiftyeight f<
•i.
ig Yu
et to the place •
hat I hev
B *
ll'<' content^
lak<
;»?• the property of
In* Mild bv
and
HORACE RET TEW.
ew < 'astle U,
Wilmii
e. June 3, 1502.
T ax keckiVKK'S sale.
By
Ihi- I:
ij
ml "ill expose to public
o, at I lie
oi in
Hots !•:.
Mark-:
sire. I. ho
•II lentil
'. ill tlie City of Wilming
■ :
of New UusJlc j
SATl Kl,AY. TDK irili DAY ,if.l( I.Y.
AI
ill d-'fiii
..f III
•f $12.30
ia
t!M'(i ;
d 1901. tin*
tr .1
•l ib. .1 I'.'jd cst.,
t All lla
I"
ill)
dw riling
as No. IH3 Ap
el. Will
D.la
arc. dcs
the
""I'lficily side <-i App
•rly i n
y ride of I le.il.l
•el : I hence easterly
Apple • I t'ei
' *-lina' ai said twelve
i e.Ill aim
d ex
i<li Ii in
iili tlie ns
two
n'llllilon w ; Hi
'adonis what
de alleys.
t. Be the
"lhers
Will. I*. K:, it.
horaui: g. reti ew.
c 3, 1902.
rjlAX KKUFIYER'S SALE
By vi
invested |,v
ill expnsp
" p ii 1J ic
UOURT HOUSE.
en .Mart
Kiel
SATUK
A V THE I_t!. HAY of JULY,
AI
la .!
'•Ill of $.1;
fully n«sos.
1 V:c.i.i;«io and pioi, t| i( .
H.-uiiiy and I'.
I'-r dl
ll d..
' li"
•H side
IlM'l
i'.iih*l
>:i l<
ix lnuiffr.il
along fin,'
I hit Iy
lilt:
lies
Ian lli.'.v
lake
I I i! -i
IIORAUE G. RET'I'EW.
"1 ('"Hilly Ticji!
"'.V 1 '." r ( i'-'tlo ('minty,
^ dminglmi. I ir-lii war**. June.? UiO 0 .
ftlLDtUT AND PALMIST
Reads Your Life.
('nil ami lie roiivlnc.nl of her
sowrr. No ilium y
•lrtrf.il
• I perfectly sn.
No. 103 E. Sixth SI., Mi ADAM5
W
I m
ttLFATEDHCCRSM'
Sunday Pleasure Seekers In a
Railway Wreck.
ONE RILLED AND FIFTY INJURED.
Three Conches of a Detroit and
Mackinaw Train, Carrying Five
Hundred Pnaaangera, Piled Up
In n Straggling- Heap.
ALPENA, Mich., June 0.-A Sunday
eicursion train on the Detroit and
Mackinaw railroad which left hero
for Saginaw, consisting of ad engine
and twelve coaches and carrying over
600 people, was wrecked at Biaek river
while running forty miles sn hour. One
man was Instantly killed three were
probably fatnllv injured ' and nearly
fifty Others received injuries of various
degrees of severity raugiti" from
brulscs and cuts to broken limbs
The excursion was under the auspices
of the German Aid society of Alpena
When tlte train reached Black river
the tender jumped the track Engineer
*
The first car was thrown half
around, and the next two conches
plowed through It and cut it in two.
August Groslnskl. the only person who
was killed, was seated in this conch
with forty other excursionists. His
body was terribly crushed, and death
was instantaneous. The escape of the
others in the car was well nigh mirac
ulous. Grosinski s little sou occupied
the same seat with him, hut the lad
wns uninjured.
The three wrecked coaches were
Hopiior instantly set tlie air brakes
anU reversed hie engine. The sadden
•top threw the first three coaches of
the train off the track and into the
ditch.
piled up iu a heap, and 200 feet of the
A„_ lk „ *
track was torn up. As soon as the oc*
. ,
cupants of the uninjured coaches re*
.,,,..,....1 f,. nrn ,i« . .
covered from the shock and surprise
thuv .-..ui./wi ii * >
they rushed to the wrecked cars and
began aiding tho Injured. They were
ext dented from the wreck with frantic
haste and given all possible relief pend
ing the arrival of the relief train.
The I'eHMt of Rosen Kepi.
LANCASTER, Pa., June 9.—The an
nual Feast of Roses was celebrated at
Manliehi) yesterday, when Zion Evan
gclical Lutheran congregation of that ;
place paid to the heirs of Baron Henry ,
Stiegel their yearly rental of one red
A crowd of nearly 10,000 persons j
poured into the little town to witness '
the quaint and beautiful ceremony. Tho
church i
rose.
which the exercises were j
as wholly Inadequate to accom
modate such a throng,
was an eccentric German nobleman
held
Baron Stiegel ;
who founded 1 he town of Manheira !
about 1705.
{here he built the first 1
glass factory in America and in that j
vicinity operated one of the first Iron j
furnaces in tho country. In 1770 he j
deeded to the Zion Lutheran cougregu- j
tiou ground for their church, stipulat
ing that they should In return pay to
him or his heirs forever in the month of i
June of each year one rod
;
j
;
American OoniU In Spain. 1
WASHINGTON, Juno 9.—Spain holds ^
no prejudice against United States !
goods, according to an extract from j
the annual volume entitle ''Commercial j
Relations of the United States, M just I
made public at the state dopnrtmment «
by Mr. Frederic Emery, chief of the
bureau of foreign commerce. This ex
J
;
n t gives the information contained
in the annual reports of United State! 1
consular officers ia Spain and Italy. ,
Our truth
greatly <
tn
■ with Spain, it says, could be '
>iilarged if n favorable com- I
mereiul treaty were negotiated. United
Slates Minister Storcr, who Is about to ■
return to Madrid, will endeavor to ne- j
got in to such a treaty,
!
|
Ifirnl.v I'rlfionfp Shot.
CHICAGO, June !). "Dad'' Cain, a
prisoner at Fort Sheridan, attempted
to make his escape and was shot and
mortally wounded by the sentry placed i
over him. The man who did the shoot- I
•o Daniil, a private in
the Twentieth infantry, now stationed
at the post. Dunn had ordered Cain
and another prisoner to return to the
guardhouse. Cain's eompanloil obeyed,
hut Cain went In the opposite direction,
Dunn could not go after him, as he had
charge. Six times
'nin died within uu
ing was La
another prisoner
be called
< 'aii
halt, and when
the latter finally started to run Dunn
kIiM him d
hour after being shot.
All Cut an<l Dried.
NEW YORK. June 9.—Governor Odell :
will be renominated, and the lieuten* '
ant governorship will go to some one I
at this end of the state. Erie county !
can name one candidate on the state
ticket other than governor. IT. II. Ben
der of Albany, superintendent of pub
lie buildings, will fie fiscal supervisor,
office created under the new ehari
ties law. The above points were de
elded upon at a conference at the Fifth
Avenue hotel iu which Senator Thom
('. Platt, Governor Odell and Colo
. ehuinnan of tlie
Republican state com in it tee, were the
chief participants.
MoIi'm Atfni'U It <-fr ii Ims-sI.
HATTIESBURG, Miss., June 9.—An
mob late at
niglil to attack tlu* county jail here, iu
which is confined Walter Klnnkhend, a
ill) having attempted
inier. a white woman,
A company
of military ordered out by Governor
Longino, however, repulsed the mob,
attrinpt was
Krnicrr will ..tarn.
I'dtl SSELS. Belgium, June 9.—Mr.
Kruger ffeclares that lie will end his .
Iu llulluliil. |
■Siuilt Mis. G:
to
living
nr Hntlici-ffiurg.
liicli afterward dispersed.
Further
1 additional troops
Iroilblc in fn
•d, i
have been dispatched to relieve the 1
military
duty.
The London Steam Cleaning
and Scouring Co.
•il fur a.i
spi'cuilly uf
•tl.
\V.;
No. 12-1 KING SI RtiliT.
lub-d
PAVING MYiDENDS EVERY WEEK.
l.cgiliinaUe enterpri
figure.-,; IjuhI
o'euiury; bnuk
rt-cedt-nted
bused
■kt.v paying luvi-sinieui of vu
biHluesM relurenc, un
Mock ettle floses July
it. pHriieulart Aildruse riitiiii j Record fo.,
26'J Broad way, N. V. jeo-UI
fart* and
l
ARMY PROMOTIONS.
Pi illri.i ... War 'le.rit.rr Mol*
Important Caafaraacr.
WASHINGTON, June 9.-Serret«ry
Root has bad a conference with the
president at the White House at which
many important unity nominations
were decided upon.
Among these was a surgeon general
of the army to succeed General George
I
M. Sternberg, who retiree
of age, and two major genera la to fill
tb« vacancies which will be occasioned
by the retirements of Major General
Lo * d Wheaton July 15 and Major Ueu
eral John R - Broolte July 81, and also
two bl 'S a,11 «*' Benerula to succeed offl
cers 0I ' Gist rank promoted,
Secretary Root declined to gitc any
Information concerning the personality
of the m * u solectPd 1,1 '» dvl " lce of lhc '
nominations being sent to the senate,
wlj Ich probably will be done within a
duy or tw0 - 1,0 did SUJ '' bo "' PV1 "'. that
' tho nmIn ffl,,for * governing tlte selec
I 410,1 of the officers for promotion were
1 P revlous recol(i , ability for future mil
! 1,nry Rwvlre 88 demonstrated by past
' * erTl ". dntt ' of retirement and senior!
; ty - otUer ,bi "K a bcl " K »'«
| secretary said, the selections were
HELP FOR THE BOERS.
. „ . „
°" ,,oek Fnr • F "^'* 1 r \ b ' c
■ '7 „
1 rRM OnI A ' d,lne ! '^ arrange.
! ™ ei,ts for f* 10 Glep<'®nl of the sttrren
i d «™ d burghers are almost complete. No
* rBe ™ n , cent r, n 1 ™ wi " , l,e " llo ' v< " l 1 ' n
I *** e " ut, > '*** aiHU-H-tw owing to the dlf
1 f.° u y " l lU mlght " H " c ln f< ' edin *
1 ,f„ p< ' op . , , , , .
I ril08c bui *hers who can subsist upon
i G*® 11 ' farms will be given ten days ra
I J 1 ®"*' * Ild «ll°weil to begin their new
life immediately, those who are mia
governed by seniority,
j
i
; .. . . . . .. . . ... .
! ble to subsist upon their farms will bo
1 . . ... , 4 .
permitted to join their fa ml lies in the
* . , 411 .
camps and remain there until their
. * . , ,.. ..
homes are once more made habitable,
„ - .. ... . .. ,. ,
n aI . othe,s wl11 bt ' (,jvldetl n " on «
1 ' ai 0,154 ca,n P 8,
The outlook for a final satiafaetory
settlement without friction grows
brighter the more one pees of the sur
rendered burghers and talks with
them.
N**«ro UpriHin* FruMtrntect.
MERIDIAN, MIhm.. June 9. - A thrent
ened uprising of the negroes which |
alarmed the people north of Meridian j
stand of the whites, who armed them- j
selves and placed the leaders of the
has been frustrated by the determined
gang, Green Johnson and Nate Moore,
under arrest. A call for tho negroes to
band themselves against the whites
was addressed to Nule Moore and was
negro Baptist preacher
named Kudin. The leiter said that a
signed by
mob of fifty negroes would form at
Rio, Kemper county, twenty five miles
northeast of Meridian, and march to
Green Johnson's house and from there
through the county and kill all the
learned of the purpose of the negroes,
whites, destroy their farms and burn
their houses. As soon ns the whites
who outnumbered the whites two to
one, they armed themselves with Win
Chester ritles and in a short time had
so intimidated tho negroes that it is
now thought the uprising is nt an end.
WASHINGTON, June 9. The great
er part of the time of the senate tho
Vote on f'niinln !Vol In SIhIiI.
present week will be given to the inter
oceanic canal bill. An effort probably
will be made by the supporters of the
Nicaragua route to secure i
incut to vote
ngree
the bill
xt Saturday,
but the probabilities are nil against
by various other
success. Senator Harris (Kami opened
the debate today In support of tli* 1 Ni
caragua route, and he will be followed
senators for and
against the measure. Senator Falr
banks has given formal notice of a
speech on Wednesday. He will support
the Spooner bill.
OMAHA. Neb., June 9. With solemn
ceremonies the new constructed Church
of tho Sacred Heart was dedicated yes
terday by Bishop Sennnell of this dio
cesc, assisted by Bishop Glennon of
Kansas City. Bishop Spalding of Peo
ria and a great number of the clergy of
the Nebraska churches. Pope Leo
XIII. sent a special message granting
his blessing on the new structure,
which was road during the ceremony.
The ceremonies wore very imposing,
and the admission of a thousand people
was by card. Bishop Spalding deliv
ered the dedicatory sermon.
O in nil ii < li si
I'll ()<*<! i <'H I •'ll .
:
PHILADELPHIA, June 9. During
a quarrel Julius Miller shot and killed
Gustavus Helm after the latter had j
stabbed him repeatedly with a pocket
knife. Miller's condition is said to be
critical. It elm boarded with Miller, and ;
the pair were on terms of friendship I
until yesterday. They bad been drink
ing together and. becoming quarrel
some, enguged In the fatal encounter.
■ 'ii (ii I Quarrel of i 'l-lrml*.
|
novernincnt Troops (.o
COLON, Colomhlu, June 9.-All the
I'll IIHKIH.
government troops stationed here
heilng over 1,200 men, have left for
Fsirnma. At Pumimn tlu-y wlll.join ,
forces with the government troops at |
that port, which number several'thou- j


sand, and the combined army will start
immediately to attack the
Insurgents by land and sea.
< 'oloinhiaii
Xu pit (lui lioM'-rvoirN lluriied.
BAKU, Russia. June 9.
naphtha reservoirs nnd twenty-four
boring shafts have been destroyed by
fire at Romany.
Seven l*co|>lo Drowned.
NEW YORK, Juno 9.--Tin? deaths by
drowning of seven people in tiffs Imine
fllate vl.lnity wore reports,1 ycli'i-duy. , l
... ", ' . ,
« , '! 1 r « mbiiHie*.
fresh north
Two full
REP ICED RATES TO BOSTON
Via Pennsylvania Railroad. Acccunt
Merting First Church of Christ
Scientists
0.1 lie-count or the meeting of the
First Church of Christ, Scientists, at I
Boston, Mass., Oil June 15- 18, tho j
Pennsylvania Kaliroad Company will
iei; excursion tickets to Hoston from
all points on Its lines on June 12, 13,
14, 16, and 17, good going
dates and good to return unit; June
20. Inclusive, atrateof single fare for
tire round trip, plus *1.00
Scolt Excursion given June 12th.
t Dose
I
I
MI/UAT X
Jfjf {1 |
][ IYlal(CS WhCfl Wifltliflff
j ^ Res j den(s TesUfy
DIFFERENCE.
It is pretty hard to prove the state
ment of some stranger residing in
far-away parts of the country, but
the testimony of a Wilmington citi
zen that follows should convince the
most skeptical.
Mr. Thomas B. Smith, ol No. 914
West Fourth street, court crier for
,
' , . , 10
j the last J3 yours, says:— Shortly
; titter 1 obtained Doan s Kidney Fills
at Danforth's drug store I was in
| terviewod by a gentleman who aak
. ed mo for my exjterience vfith the
j medicine and for my opinion of it.
| I have had no reason to regret al*
j lowing my statement to he publish
I ed and no reason to change tny optn
ions regarding the article. Before
I taking Doan's Kidney Pills 1 was so
| had with my hack that I was forcetl
' to use a cane when walkingand had
1 he very careful every movement
1 made particularly so when enter
i tng or getting ort a street car. If I
.sLe],]ied carelessly or jumped off X
[ was always rewarded with excrncia
, ting twinges across ttie loins follow
wl 'V 8 'lull ache for hours,
tor who diagnosed my case and ex
ainincd the kidney secretions told
my kidneys were Itadiy affected
and I tried persistently by using pa
lent medicines of nil kinds, electrio
batteries and belts to cure myself
) mt j was unsuccessful. Doan's Kid
ney Fills always give me relief. I
cannot do without them. I have*
used JH boxes and constantly carry
them iu my vest pocket to take a
dose now and then; I find them in
valuable as a tonic to my kidneys.'
For sale by all dealers. Price 50.
cents. Foster-Mil burn Co.. Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the
and take no other.
A doo
I
Doan's —
|
j
j
name
ITEMS FROM
NEW CASTLE.
New Cast Ip, June 9 Tickets nro
now being sold l'ora progressive eu
chre party to be held in the N< w
>e on Friday even
ing, June 18. The proceeds arc lor
the benefit of a sick man. The lat
ter has been very sick for soma
time and in order to help him and
his family friends have started tho
idea of tho euchre. In his healthy
days this man was one who always
had an open purse and a free hand
for charity.
in tho Presbyterian Church last
evening Children's Day was observ
ed. The program published a levy
days ago was carried out
.lames S. Moore, of Wilmington,
visited New Castle on Saturday
He is ti candidate for Re
corder of Deeds and in New Castle
hundred will receive a big vote at
the. Republic
Moore has been a party worker for
years and this is the first time that
he has ever came out asking the
party for an office.
Other politicians have been send
ing numerous letters to the Rcpub- 1
licans, and among them is Francis
Walker of Mill I 'reek hundred Mri
Walker has a big following in New
Castle hundred. < >f course the vote
in Newcastle will he split up onj
such office candidates.
< 'ttstlo < Ijiera H
•veiling.
nomiuaiioi). Mr.
At tho Uhildreu's Day sorvu eH iix
the First Presbyterian Church lantj
ovouing Reda Stoops was <avvardo<f
a handsome Bible for anHwcrtng
perfectly the questions of the short
er i-jitcciiism: Maggie Lewis, Sophie
Taylor and Helen Hance, testumentu
for answering the queslioiiH of the
younger catechism.
The Pastoral Aid Society of the
First Presbyterian Church will me* 9
at the close of th epr.iyer in*; ting
on Wednesday evening.
The .Sunday school of tin* First *
Preubytcrii
the Sunday schedule ou Siirrlay
next by opening at i) 15 a. in.
Samuel Ford is threatened with
typlioid fever.
John Becker is very sick.
A well known young girl of Mur
ray vi lie will shortly he married.
Church will resume
SUMMI-R 1 XCURSIOI8 BOOK.
Tlie Philadelphia and Reading
Railway Company has issued it*
annual book of " Summer Tours*'
to tlie aeashore and moutains dur*
ing the season of 1902. Same can
he had
and Readings Agents.
application Phiiadelpii>i«
cf)W , o(lon u „ Hle
|>ir woioo yo*. is a buriv dial's pol ut*d
by couHtlpatiou. Dohfi
Uloniiso yiHK system with
I ilthy Temples in India.
lermlt, it.
... , h'- King's
Now Lifo Pills and avoid unioLI misery.
They givo lively livers, notlvo bowels,
good (ligcslioii. lino appeiito.
at N. B. Daiiior h'« drug t
Only to*
l
Levy Brothers loan office 4tli
and Market. Money advanced ou
all personal property.
PUBLICS ALTS
Of (luci'ii!
Illilt d Unnj»:'J' -.l.ll HCy
find*
) tin
j-twoon >1. oeurye-t mid l)<ltt>vur«
uidI hclfn-.
t'HM'tiuUl I' D I'D),
ily Del., o
THURSDAY, JUNK 12, 11X12,
at 1 o'clock pi
' v y j
uu?,tt'g™
ai.c, wm b,*,oi,i v,o:
1 Nu " "
Kl
K) tii'n.l uf grade ilnlry eows,
in Ives by their shies aril none «»
•u mi ike
• e with
N'*' 6 y**«ll
•■•*. .lOllin giy.
fug 3U quiirts |,er U.«y, 20 gru.lu heifer*; tho
-«ed liuve been Briecte l_ fi om the ihor
itglibied Uu*
I i. Tin*
•niHfy herd of JoIid v, iiigginH.
jughbred r.'gHttu cl (luumsey
i.9 u uott'd pri/.f Winn-,
•h luclud
'ge*l
•ii ts for
DeLllVrll h.'pnlhlur, til.!
lor tiund power i ill . n tii.ffi
j\ si cm in power;
'Ufe's
of $j;> or
lor cash; over
'ty pur
•M'pruv*
tlmt
chll C g I vll) If
lit ol
:il 1.9 will be ^
Li. iika bit;
:.)*>rsor; iulercni mkl.d.
I -I
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