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THE DAILY REPUBLICAN.
The Republican Printing mil Publishing Co, , rtRUSIIED DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY *. E, COk. 11:11 D AND KINU STREETS Entered nt'the l ost office Wllmln-tas Del. as eecond-cluss mail matter. MONDAY, JUNE 16 . iqoj. The editor of the Evening Jour nal in a member of the Republican County Committee of Kent eouuty. He appears to think that all who do not agree with him must be either asses or idiots. He may have a big intellect and nlso a big head but be is not any more capable of judging what the people want than others who have lived among them all their lives. The best policy or the most expeditious should be followed to snatch victory out of what will otherwise be defeat. Men that call other men the most off ensive names are not the men to effect a compromise of any sort. The Re publicans can rest content that if they do not agree to come together and have one set of candidates that the Democrats will save them all the trouble of fighting over who shall fill the offices. That is what all the fighting is over at the pres ent time. The control of the fed eral patronage is the bone of con tention and that is what 1ms made the fight so bitter. If the Senators did not have the Federal patronage to dispense in the State of Delaware there would be no trouble in nam ing two United States Senators long ago. It is the desire of certain men to build up what is commonly known in politics as a machine. A ma chine that shall control the affairs absolutely of the Republican party in the State of Delaware. < >ne that will only allow men to run for anv office that get the sanction of the machine. All others u,eed not ap ply. As is now there are several factions in the Republican party right here in Now Castle comity. These men fight one another for control and do not hesitate t > say things about aficlt other that are at times disgusting to the avert ter whose support and sympathies they try to enlist to their particular climie. Few men have the good of the Republican party in Delaware at heart. They are nearly all govern ed by some selfish end and they would wreck the party sooner than give in and see the party win. It is only the few who can hope to gather any crumbs fr cal table and then only hv the leave I the politi of tho master whose particular tiro .1 Jar they were, th an the serfs of Russia. vorse The time is drawing short and it will not bo many weeks before the nominations will be made anti thou follows the election. The motto should be Republican success first, self afterwards. This is certainly seashore weath er aud those who are fortuuate to 1 A'/e the wherewith arc getting t a y to enjoy a brief spell t>y riio b .v,. shore. It is pleasant to take a dip in the ocean and enjoy tho ozone from the ocean wafted on cooling breezes. This s be a good one at tic* seashore. Tho cottages have been rented earlier ill the season at fair rents. Persons contemplating going to the seashore and putting up at a hotel would do well to consult the announcements of several good hotels iu another co'« umn of the Rkimuu.h aw They arc all good houses, why their announcements are to be found in these columns. Another mur lor myst uy is try ing to be unfathomed by tie* police department itt (food Grounds, L. I. Clarence Foster an 1 Fence had gone out together for a walk. Their bodies were found on Saturday close together cock bay. They both met with foul play as Fosters head mid taco -«j?ere battered iu and his ho ly bore marks of violence. Tho supposition is that another man jeal< ter 'b attentions t had a baud in tin* double murder. The evidence pointing to the young man is circumstantial and not !i sun: case either against the suspected person. President Rrevert 1ms hi* bands full with the Republican House. What's the mutter with the Republicans' Are they successful* Home of them will get it or we miss our guess. A man who would hit his wife with an axe handle is a fit .subject for the workhouse. Even a taste of the cat would not be amiss. Wo men who have to be corrected in that manner are ver are tho brutes who practice such punishment. Mil ford authorities believe in tronizing their local architect, would be pool* taste to look else where for a set of plans for a public* school building. Patronize home industry is a good,motto. Good husbands are take good care of yours, cottage with $f> «• butcher, baker, milkman : cer is calculated to bring you bark to the stern realities of this every day life of ours. promises to riiat ison" reason a rah Law Shinne Miss Lawiv to Do I hoy want, a change: Love in a k to pay tho i gro Time to be looking around for a pleasant placo to spend tho summer ' mountain}*, days. which do you prefer ( The seashore Tub Panama hat craze 80 great as this year. Th has exceeded the supply of the gen uine article. It is proposed that several thous and fire flies Ik* distributed around i he city in place of the ne amps. They would give as much ight these moonlight nights. The difference in a 10-cent cake of ice in the winter time and the summer time is remarkable. his never Icmand gfts The average farmer of to-day does not manage, his farm like hi s forefathers, nor do they make it pay as well. The labor saving de vices are many. In milking the cows there lias been invented a pat ent milker, which, after it has been started, milks as neatly and expedi tiously as by hand. 1'he sulky plow by meaus of which the farmers or hired help can ride around, will do more work in a day than by the old method of walking after it and at the same time keep the plow in the furrow and judge whore it is likely to strike a good size stone, creamery which separates the cream from tlio milk as soon as it has been taken from the cow. is another labor saver over the old fashioned way of , skimming the cream off the inilk. There are the mower, binder, reap er, steam thrasher and many other labor saving devices on the farm, that our grandfathers never en joyed. i The The game of base ball to lie play ed at Chester on Tuesday afternoon promises to be a warm game, two clubs play ball to win. Chester followers of the game or at least the rooters who accompanied the team to our city on Friday last were sports with plenty of money on them. Manager Frysinger ap peared among them and told them that no betting was allowed, hat all the same they took all the bets 1 they could get and that was no, small number. That is one reason why the Chester coutingeut made ! so many kicks when a close decision was made by the umpire, if it hap pened to be against the Chester players. The second game will be The The a warm one. Some Americana think it is right ami proper that when they go to ■ Rome they should do as Romans do. ! Americans, especially those who j have money, will toady to Royalty. | but would not give workingman, who, by the sweat of j their brows have contributed to ward the success of more than one man. Few men remember those* who have worked for them and con tributed toward their success. But there are some employers who rec ognize worth and merit and reward ! those iu their employ in a substuu-1 tial. ; ; inch to tiu*; i 1 | j j j ! Wu.MiXiiToN wiil so.m have plen- J tight tin fiery element an l the citizens will have to pay for the luxury. There r'J i' lire com panic; tv | an be too much of a good thing Wc <lu not think four more tire couiptuiies * ut ]iresent Every addition-! needed in r city. di uior«» to he real estate owners, j From present indication* the tiou may lead up to u paid tire de partment. ill cost added oil tile i mota-1 I The imu'li tie d. il rai: made its appearance in Wilmim. and vicinity. T\v.» slight slnwers of rain lntvo fallen within two miles ■ lot yet , ot this citv towards New Castle. a welcome shower to the which farmers in that locality. Rai needed badly by our farmers if the pasture is to I crop does not In aging and dear this year. ii very encour-1 ntlook and will lie scarce Osculation is said to be as much in favor to-day as when our daddies were young. But tin* kind that ; you sec in parks is disgusting and ! ()n the shows very poor taste, moonlight to be given by the Young j Men's Republic been forbidden aud Cltib. it has no? dll he allowed i in shady nooks on the boat, hut not under the electric light. There i.~ j accounting for tastes, as the old ! woman said who kissed the cow. ! . Golf playing is somewhat of a ilk around game. A golf player. ! before he finishes the * is sup- j • 1 to walk some 12 miles. Iu the hot broiling sun it is called pleasure. Perhaps it may be. I Not being able to get shot whil in active service in the army, t-apt. RichiirdC. Croxtou, of the Unite I States army, shot himself in tie temple on Friday at Riehim gilt to have bee d. Va. He was til low spirited. make *2o a w» <•'. If an wiiut should ii miner make who has to earn his daily bread down hun dreds of feet in the hjweU of the >ster ca earth r Changing Coarsi of Sfisllpat Creek. The Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany is changing the direction of Klicllpot creek and already a consid erable portion of the work has been done. When the company lirst secured a large track of laud on the banks of the Shell pot it was .announced that the direction of the stream was to be changed, but few paid attention to the matt': Now the work has been pushed as far as it is possible with out machinery. At present the Slieilpot passes beneath the railroad between Edge Moor and Laudlith an easterly di rection. From here to the Braniv wine the sire.' pursuoa a /.ig-/.iiGr course, which occupies considerable space. Under the will be but plan there } bend in the stream. After leaving the railroad il rtiti in an easterly direction for some distance and then will rua in a, southerly direction to tho Brandy wine. Jn order togive the stream the new direction desired a canal will be cut. Inspected The lo ver Rockford tower was inspected on Saturday by members of the City Council and they wore very much pleased. Tlio object of the meeting Saturday was to show the hers of Council how is from the powder littlo danger there is of anyone being injured from an explosion. The ob servatory cannot be used by the public however, until Council enters into an agreement with thcduPonl Powder Company to relieve the com pany from damages in case anyone is injured by an explosion or the mills while at the to war. It is not known what action will be taken on the subject by Council. mom far Lhc building s and how KING EDWARD VII. ILL! A. Ohill Brings on an Attack of Lumbago. PHYSICIAN SUMMONED TO ALDERSHOT HI* MnJrNty'N Condition the Reanlt of I'ntlue KapoHure While Wit neMaintr Military Maneuver*, fuse In Not Alarming. LONDON, June 16.—King Edward Is suffering from a chill. It prevented Ills majesty from attending yesterday's church parade of the Aldershot garri son. King Edward's chill came as a result of his prolonged stay out of doors Sat urday night upon the occasion of the torchlight tattoo at Aldershot. His , majesty s chill is a slight one, aeeoinpa- | tiled by symptoms of lumbago. , The weather was extremely cold, and I It rained at Intervals before their muj- I esties left the brigade recreation ! ground. King Edward returned to his j apartments chilled from the unwonted | I anticipate serloun results, sil . F ram .; s i.aklrm, physician in | ordinary to his majesty, moned to Aldershot early in the in(r . lle prescribed lor the king and I recommended that the day be spent in | j,perfect quietude. Queen Alexandra ! au ,i other members of Ibe royal j p ai . t j. attended the service tit church, t, ut remained in the royal apartment, for the rest of the day. j ; j i exposure. These reports of his majesty's illness have naturally caused apprehension, but there is apparently no reason to j -.ia. « .a.. . sum- i morn- | I learned that tho king arose in the afternoon. This is consid ered a good reason for hoping t hat bis indisposition is only temporary. The t'ourt Circular late last night published Hie following official au notineeineirH "King Edward was unable to leave attack of It has li ! his room today lumbago caused by King Edward's indisposition was an- ; noum-ed too late to become generally known i sidering the near approach »>f ti e eoro nation, it is hound to cause extreme chill.' London yesterday: but. e anxiety. It is understood that his majesty is i "run down" to some extent ats a result ^ of Lis constant attention during tho j •ks to numerous state du I J jmst. lew Dentil of XrlirasliJ indite M. La 111 11 H 'At it 1. June 1 li. - vyors of ■ of the leading hr •silly y l.i ■r House of heart ing at the i'ai iliscas'*. Mr. LumliertMUi e to , .| | la ud in the afternoon Saturday Northwestern ' tit Marshall 1 til tended a •skmI tb baseball university Hold and 'hiea tho I'uiversity ot leu to ti toast. In corn wife lu* returned to the 1 retired shortly before mid lijinijnet :t puny with bis del l Upon arts iglit. ig Mrs. Lambert son discovered that j s. Dr. 1. ; her husband was uneonsci il after a v;ts summon. 1 t declared Mr. Lnmbertson The reimtins will !>e taken I'matiui Lincoln for inter! t. cut. !«ii nia'N Cnin PHILADELPHIA, June IU. in P' 1 the baccalaureate t •eck ill the University of vith lauguratetl the grtid t. lii,t •liureh by the Rev. Dr. Elw* Worccs talerial ad the t''f Dr. Worcester dilt interest the • of our ss men Hint tho iueat, •itilier that it wiser and a v: s: recently made by most suec(: 'fill luisi people of 111i.- country an ><1. and 1 re greater nit lie said. 'He that in t hit ' Educate the •asctli km.wl« d; r. and verty, (. were hardly coi jppressive burden.*' vltieh liefore they • ii e 11. rommciuM IT 11 A< A. N. Y . .1 el of Cornell univerrit out .* Hi. Tie* chap as packed being the to overflowing, the sermon to the senior class delivered by the Rev. Henry Van Dyke. LL. D., of Princeton. The cere rente -. President vus an imposing tan and several of the faculty ing for the first time Schuri appear •••asioit in lheir honorary roues. nit All the members of the outgoii baccalaureate caps and gowns and marched two by two Into the chapel, the faculty leading. Dr. Van Dyke chose as tlie subject of his sermon a lesson from the life of Christ. n nt I'ouKliket'iiNio. SI ■!<*< POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y.. June Hi With the arrival lit re of the Wisconsin varsity and freshniet college oarsmen who are to take part the Hudson next Sut the ground, in the regatta unlay afternoon arc now and that day will witness the hugest if college crews that has course r gathered in this country at one place. All told there will be sixteen crews on the river, representing six dif ferent colleges. Wc11 Known Krtncntor Dead. GLENS CALLS. N. Y., June 1G.— Judd Uusun, elu cel The Rev. Ans lor of Hie University of the State of New Y'»rk and ex president of Auburn Uni seminary, is dead tit the age of eighty-two. The funeral will be held in Utica. TheoR Suit-Id«• For Sninll llnftcr. PRINCESS AWE. Md.. June 10.— Been use Ids father forbade him to wear it new suit "f clothing Daniel Webster Fitzgerald, seventeen years old. blew oft' the top of bis head with a shotgun. Yirulunt Cancer Cured. (lerfill advance given by druggist O. W. Robert*), of Elizabeth, W. Vu. An old man there had long suffered with what prnuouuced incurable cau Kturtliug proof o f ulloiuo is good doc Titov helli-vod hi case hopeless till >d Electric Hitters and applied Salvo, which treatment When Electric exoul bihouf, kidney aud rnlcrotie poison at tho sati,o time this salve oxerti Its matchless hoallug power, blood Ui-ieusef, skin erup'ions, ulcer4 and vnulsh. Bitters. 00c., Salve, 25c, at N. B. Danforth's drug store. ho Bucklen's Art) i!oniplotoly cured him. Hitlers '.Mt Taylor's unfermented grape julrn a pure article In qiiurtK, piuis and h df a l'baffinacy. King pi ii is. street. > Saved From an Awful Fata. Everybody laid 1 bad consumption," writes Mrs. A. M. Shields of Chamber* burg, Pa., "1 was so iow after sis mouths gf severe sickness caused by Hay Fever aud Asthma, that f ew thought I could get well, but 1 learned of the marvelous merit of Dr. King's New Dlaoovery for Couiumption, used it. and was com* pletoly cured." For desperate Throat and Luug Diseases it lathe safest cure lu the world aud it iufulllUe (or Coughs, Colds aud Bronchial Affections. Guar* antued bo 1 ties 50c. aud $1.00. Trial bot* ties free at N. 13. Duuforth's drug store. RHCKIVtR'S SALE T AX ltKCKIVUIl'S K ALIO.-By vir tue of 1 in power in me invented by the laws of the State of Delawata, I and will expose to public (,1.111Ty anil Poor Tux lawfully assessed f,„. the years 1S98, IMS. 1300 mid 1P01, the following described real estate to wit: All that piece of land wnin two story house thereon known as No. 815 Du Font street. Wilmington, lie,aware, described ; ,s follows: have levied sale, at tlu* corirr house, Tenth and Market street, bet we tile tenth streets, in the City of Wilming Nt-'V Castle and Statu of .'•i.'nty I loin ware, SATURDAY, TIIK 12th DAY of JULY, At 10 o'clock a. in. the payment of $27,110 wliuf they .cginning west side of •eel. 64 fed south from How Du l* In ml street, ami continuing south along Du Pont street ti then. •• contr uing , niK i e s to a depth of 72 feet, Ilse fjJ . fl jj (l y j n common, p ( > the contents a frontage of 16 feet; west between lines nt rith as tin* property of o be sold by 1IOHACE G. RETTEW, Revivor of Taxes and County Tieas titer for New Castle County. Wilmington, Delaware, June 3, 190*,!. Seized i t:lki il Michael Mullin. ; d AX RECHI VER'S KALE-* By vir e invested by ' tiu* State of Delaware, I uml will expose to public T f the |tower i tue o the laws have levied sale, at the 'GLUT HOUSE, between Tenth and Eleventh Greets, in the < ity of Wilming . County of New Castle and State of I Delaware. SATURDAY. THE 12th DAY of JULY At 1» Market street. nf $19.SO In default. (i County and 1' f the payment •nrx 1*98. 1899.1900 and 1901, the following described real estate to wit: All that lot of land with dwelling tHui •' . Delaware. Iiegin nth side of Dunn street, west side of :-Hirer fee west fr< ■: thence •esterly ;i ! g Dun ii feet, •therly at rs Ninth avei age of fourtei strep and extenuiiig at this ■vidth street, to a depth with tin* igles ^o Dimca right a • adjoining said property, they may lii roof, wha Be the c< tt •:i as the property of John \V. Morrell and I HO It ACE G. ItETTEW, Pei'.!' d Cm 'sistle Comity. Wilmington, i ><!; are, June 3, 1902. FIVER'S SALE By vir m A\ RK( me of 111 die I; <1 by ' the Stale of Delaware, I levied id will expose to public i : i •. at the ruURT house. Tenth and Market street. Eh'Vt nth st re y of Wiimii y of New Cast It KATURDA Y. THE 12th DAY of JULY, At 10 o'clock i if the p In cut of $ lawfully n<s sell •s lv.'S. is:iti.l900 ; I 1901. the \it: All that inters Cet ill! r.f "-til side uf I Clayton street; tin e hundred le vith wes treei. six hundrtd and g line th. seven in> li: t lit'iu r ;il. :•" 1 B. I 1st V Ii red il .•lies; thenei till d one-half deg'-ees thirty fr.-t i';e »:ik a ml Hit <•■• thi'f.'l. ix luimlred x inches mg. B't!i<'<'.,iu<'iitstli.iv thio a- property «.f Hubert < s..|,| l.v HORACE L RETTEW. Re, , v New Cast I, V ill e 3, 1902 m.\X RECEIVE It'S SALE. By vir ■L I Me of the power ill me invested by d will expos public HURT HOUSE. Market Tenth t in !In- t'ity nf Wilming ■ sistle ami .State of SATURDAY, THU. 121 It DAY .f JULY, At ih'l'ttull f the p •f $12.30 County and Boot' Tax lawfully j for th" years 1898. 1899. 19i and 1901. tin* vit: All that lot of la dwelling thereon pie "freet. Wiliningt d with ''•-story lui'-k a> Xu. 1113 Ap , D'lawai", d"s tin ortle rly ."id" of Apple >lie vo huti red : :i- t'-rly fro Hie east • •rly side of I b ald ee easterly al"iig Apple street "tiding at said twelve 'idtlt til angles with Apple street, northerly f two it li th«* ■\ "nf.v-rw n • t. wide alleys, i "thers forever. Be the contents wliu they may. -til d take s the property of Win. P. Karr, and to h.- s«.l»l hv HORACE (J. UET'IEW. I County Tieas !c Connty. are, June 3, 1902. U illJliligte 1, Debt fpAX RECEIVER'S SALE Bv if th" power th" laws o( the Stale •e, I ill expose to public COURT HOUSE. • .it Market st Tenth n d Eleventh streets, in the <'Si y of Wilt I tehlWii SATi'RDA Y. THE 12th DAY of JULY, At 10 Ill default "f tie pi of $16.38 •fully its . "S"| f..r tb and 1901, Hi" All tint In • f land a Wilmington, Delaware. 'Iiextimt it Ii ti brick dwcl street, h ght. feet f 11 easterly fret side of Franklin t'-rl.v t" it frontage of east twelve feet ; southerly : e of alley adjoining said property. IP* the c ■ills thereof wliat they in; taken v and IIOK.yn: ti. RETTEW. •r of Taxes and County Treas urer for New Castle County. Wilmington, Delaware. June 3, 1902. Seized and us Hie property of I'tit l ick Gt he sold hv Men Who Shot Jailers Traced. PORTLAND, Ore., June ^6,-Word lias Just been received from Vancou ver, Wash., that two men supposed to be Tracey and Merrill have crossed the Columbia river and landed five mllei above Vancouver on the Washington side. They told a farmer who rowed them across the river that they were fugitives. Detectives Day and Weiner of this city and Sheriff J. L. Marsh of Clark county, with about twenty men, have started in pursuit. RECEIVER'S SALE AX KI'CBIVBB'B KALI4-BY VIIITUB OF the power iu ntu invested by the law. of aud T the State of Delaware, 1 have levied will expose to public sale at the COURT HOUSE Market street between Tenth andElovonth streets, in the city of Wilmington, count/ of New Castle aud State of Delaware ON SATURDAY. TUB TAB DAY JUDY, at 10 o'clock •, m. In default of tho payment of (31.23 County and Poor Tux lawfully assessed for the years 18J8, 1899, 1901) aud 19JI, the following desertfc el real estate to wit: All that lot of laud lu Wilmington, Dela ware, described &■ follows: beg inning at the intersection of northerly side of Banning with eusterly side of Rodney street, thence EE ■y a'ong Rodney street, feet, thence easterly parab hundred feet. hundred a Id with Bauuing street lhence southerly paruliel with Rodney street nine feet, thcuce easterly parallel with Ban* ningstreet, twenty-live feet, thence southerly parallel with Rodney street loriy-nine feet, thence westerly parallel with Danuiug street ( nty-eight feet, theaco southwesterly by hnndrod and laud of floury Johnson, Banning street, aud twfuty-eight foot t thcuce thereby westerly seventy-eight feet the place of bsgiuniug, be the contents what they nmy. •^Seized anil tuk J. l.oug, and to be sold by the property of Fatoiok HORACES a.-RKTTEW, Receiver of Taxes aud Coauty Treasurer for Now Cr&fcle County, Wilmington, Del., Juue 9, 190*. ju9 T AX ItECKlVKIt'SSALK-BY VIRTUE OF the power iu mo iuve«t>ed by tho lawn of tho Stato of Delaware, I hava levied will cxpo.sfc to publie sale at the COURT HOUSE Market wtreot between Tenth and Eleventh New Castle aud State of Delaware the city of Wilmington, county of ON SATURDAY. THE Util DAY OF JURY. at 1C o'clock a. in. In default of the payment of $12.30 County and Poor Tux lawfully aasussnd for the years to.*, 1SW, 1304 :.ml lift, tin, follow ,118 Josorib «d real ustuto to wit: All tle't lot of 1 1 nil iu Wllrningt'Mi, Dcl.i* •i*. with buildings thoroou desoribod hs • lb uido of llird follows; Beginning on »*; hundred feet from east sid j of Nancy .struct; thenoe westerly along Bird to Bird sixteeu feet ami c snding Aih butwi'uii lino.; h< riK'U; uvouuii !it'ty-t\vo feet. buizail aud taken iu execution as the prop erty of Conner Mauvirc and to be sold by HORACE U. RETTEW, receiver of Taxc.-t and County Treasurer for X»'\ Ca?tlo County. Wit.. Del., June 2, ULU* jolil T AX lUiCEl VICK'S KALE-By vir tue rested li the power i the laws of the Stale oi Delaware, I and will expose to public ha sale, Hi. tile corin' house. -1 Tenth on Market street, ts, iii the City of Wilmim? County of New Castle and St j • of SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY of JULY At 10 In default I the pay cut Ci i' i Tax lawfully assessed isos, 1899,1900 and 1901, the y ami l'< f«»r the y, it: estn Wilmington, s follows: No.l— of southerly . with easterly side vo lots of land ii Beginning at interset tie • f Twflftli stre f Tluitelier street, being -I "l l.iii'l with a frontai: •ctanguhtr • IiiukL uf three inches I liatrlier street, tl eighty tlif e feet i welfth si it . with use of alley ad joining sui . property. No. 2— Begiiuing at intersec f Twelfth street. -f southerly side itli -teily sidi e of land. Imving it fr • three inches on 11 -aid Twelfth st tts the property of ) he sold by HORACE G. RETTEW. cet. •>t and takt'i Calvin Fnrhes t.ml Tier '•unity Troas .1 rtslle County. Wilmington, Delaware. -lime 3, 1902. fjtAX RECEIVER'S SALE By vit— •st* d t,v tin* laws of tlir S have levied and will expose to public sale, at COURT HOUSE. Tenth and s. in tin- City of \\ ilmitiu' 'astlo and State "f . lift W"" Eleventh On i County r x. w SATURDAY. THE 12t!i DAY of JULY, clock a. At Hi li default of th" payment County and P for th" years 1898. 1899.1900 uml 1901. the folk of $17.85 fully assessed ■mg described real estate to wit: All that lot of hind i Delaware, beginning ■fhu"stcrly side of Market street, with side of Twenty fourth • t. being a rectangular lot of land with n frontage of twent.v-niae feet ■ hundred and seven Twenty-fourth street. Be the contents thereof what they alien as the property of Wilmington. at intersection of st'tly Market street. feet Seized and i. Annie Gregg and f iORACE (i. RETTEW, Taxes and County Treas t ounty. •, Juue 3, 1902. Wilmington, I)elawa T ax rlcein eius sale—B y vir tue of the power in me invested bv the law of the State of Delaware, I Sill", at the I will expose to public 'HURT HOUSE. Market " f. bet wee 'I'enth and Ijlevcntli sire s. in the City of WJining unity of New Castle and State of 1 b lflW ;il'e. SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY of JULY, Tii default of the pay •ut of $6.94 County 1 Pour Tax lawfully assessed for Hi" years 1898. 11)00 1 1901. the g dcsct ih"" r« All that let ot hind in Wiliningt aware, In ginning at intersection side I. Del -f the street and vest side of Harris' guhir piece of land, with n frontage of Chestnut street, aud six llnrrison street, with of alloy. Be the contents thereof, what they may. Seized and taken ns the property of Patrick Haggerty and to be soldi bv HORACE G. RETTEW, r of Taxes and County Treas urer for New Castle County. Wilmington, Delaware, June 3, 1902. seventy feet f.-.t tee Reeeii DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs. Also Rheumatism, Back tche.HeartDiaeaso,Gravel, Dropsy, Female Troubles. CURE Don't become discouraged. There Is a cure for you. If necessary write I)r. Fenner, lie has spent u life time curing Just such cases as yours. All consultations Free. "I had severe case of kidney disease and rheumatism, discharging bloody matter. Suffered ihtftnse pain. My wife was sf riously affected with female troubles. I)r. Fenner* Kiduey and Backache-Cure cured F. M. WUEELEU, Randolph. la.'* Druggists. fiOc.. fl. Ask for Cook Book— Free. ST.VITUS'DANCE Ff r'*" r, Prednnia.N. Y both. Dr RIOTS IN PAWTUCKET. VreopM 1'uable to Protect the Street Ter Service, PAWTUCKET, It. I., June 16.-Th« presence of 700 armed., men sent by Governor Kimball to restore order had little Influence except In the central parts of this city yesterday, where the 6oldlers formed an invincible guard, end this afternoon rioting broke out anew In suburbs and spread to the neighboring city of Central Fuller The resumption of the electric service, which hud been abandoned since Thursday, was the signal for demon* strntions at the points where neither soldiers nor police were stationed, aud the character of the attacks grew worse until the traction company was forced to abandon the car service. The disorders extended over so great an area that the troops available wore .unable to handle the situation, and It is thought that before the usual car traffic can be resumed it will he nec essary to place the city of Central Falls and parts of Cumberland, Lin coln and North Providence under mil itary control. To do this an increase in tlie number of troops will be neces sary. It was demonstrated that the cars could not be operated in safety under the present condition. The tracks were obs^rwfed, and cars were pelted with stales by the mobs not only in Hie suburbs, but in Central Falls. Missiles struck many of the employees, some of whom were in jured, and rolling stock was damaged. About .3,000 people gathered around car in Central Falls, anil their atti tude was so threatening that a machine gun was loaded and two companies of marines were ordered to charge the crowd. The car proceeded, but the line was later abandoned. The marines then marched through the city, and at an other point the machine gun was made ready for action when it became appar ent that an outburst was imminent. Mayor Fales of Central Falls, not hav ing requested military protection from the governor, asked that the troops be withdrawn, and this was done after two hours of service. The attacks on the men were even more determined in Central Falls than in Pawtucket, and in torpedo was placed on the track and exploded under a car with such force that ibe forward trucks were raised from the rails. instance a \ llero I II i<1 BALTIMORE, June 10.— 1 Tho remains Rent. of Hamlet Jarvis, Jr., formerly a mem-, her of the Thirty-fifth' volunteer infan try in the Philippines, who was mur dered two years ago ity insurgents, have been buried with military honors here. In October, 1900, Jarvis was of several American soldiers who left cort to Jose Buencu Ba li nag as in I no, presidente of Kan Miguel do Mu juino. The whole party was captured, taken into swamp and assassinated with daggers. Kubsequently two of the insurgent murderers. Timofeo Dlialan and Manuel Gonzales, were executed for the crime, but they refused to tell where the bodies were hidden. Dr. Hamlet Jarvis, the father uf young Jarvis, who resides near this city, un dertook a search for the body of his son, employing scouts and spending u great (leal of money to that end. A few months ago he succeeded in finding his son's skeleton in a swamp, and it was brought here for interment. I iulertukera* Convention. ALBANY, N. Y., June hi.-Th? third annual convention of the New York State Undertakers' association will be held iu this city on June 17, 18 and 19. The convention will be called to order at 9:30 tomorrow morning by State Treasurer William J. Phillips of Albany. Mayor Charles II. Gaus will welcome the delegates on behalf of the city. The response will be by Fred Hulberg, president of the Na tional Funeral Directors' association. The chief feature of Tuesday's sion will be President Phillips' annual address. A HIk MortK«|tr. BALLS I ON. N. Y., June 10.-A mort gage for $2,000,000, executed by the Union Mllla company, a corporation or ganized under the laws of Maine, to the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust company to cover the Issue of $2,000* 000 iu 5 per cent gold bonds, has been recorded In the Surntoga county clei'U'a office. The mortgage covers the Saga more knitting mill property nt Meehan iscville and other mill property in tha city of Hudson. New Tclevrupliorn* I'nlon. CHICAGO. June 10. — The commer cial telegraphers of Chicago, who for several years havp been without a un ion, have been organized by the Amer ican Federation of Labor. The new or ganization will be known ns the In ternational Futon of Commercial Te legraphers. Between 300 and 400 men enrolled their names on tho books of the new organization. A New Oklahoma ((nllroad. GUTHRIE, Okla., June Id. - The Rock Island has secured from tho gov ernment the right to construct a line west from Enid, Okla., through the military reservation of Fort Supply, in western Oklahoma. This extension will connect Beaver county, 200 miles distant, with the Liberal line of the Rock Island to El Paso. Tex. Filthy TenTplea in lhdla. Fncrod cows often defile Indian tomptaa boi worse yo f . Is a body Unit's pollutod by constipation. Don't Cleanse your .system with New Life Pills and avoid untold misery. They give lively livers, actlvi bowels, good digestion, flno appeilto. Only 20'j, ut 24. B. Dauforth's drug ktore. permit it. I)r. King's WITH THE TDRHERS The second day of the Philadelphia District Turngemeinde was very sac ccssfully held in Turn Hall. The Held sports which began on Saturday morning at Scheutzen Pa rk wore concluded In Turn Hall yester terday afternoon. They consisted of running, jumping, vaulting, rope, climbing, fencing, relay races, shop putting, weight lifting, and appara tus work. There were also exhibition drills with wands, Indian clubs and dumb-bells, which were participated in by classes from ail the societies In the circuit. Members of the Phila delphia Turngemeinde carried off the bulk cf prizes. The showing made by themembers was excellent. They are in the main young men, having a knowledge in all-rouod athletics, societies represented were: Philadel pliia Turngemeinde, 31 contestants; ■Southwark Turnverein and Sunday School, 13; Germania Turnverein of Philadelphia. 10; Germania Turnver cln of Itoxborough, Pa, 12: Columbia Tuanvereln, Philadelphia, 12; Wil mington Turngemeinde, 8; Germania Turnverein of Baltimore, 9; River side, N. J., 10; Active Turners of the Kensington Labor Lyceum Asso ciation, Philadelphia, * 14; Social Turnverein of Trenton, N. J., 7. The following events comprised Saturday's progfenime: One hundred yards dash, high jump, weight lifting, putting sixteen-pound shot, broad jump, pole vault, broad and high jump, running liop-step-and jiiinp, relay races, wrestling, exhibition drills. The summary follows: The different One hundred \aidsdash—K. Kuerie first, 10, 2-5 seconds; J. Grieb, second 10 3-5 seconds; Max Hess, third, 111 seconds. All ot the Philadelphia Turngemeinde. High jump—Max Hess, first; height, 5 feet 7) inches; second, K. F'uerle, 5 feet 5 inches; Thud, J. Grieb. 5 feet 4 inches. Weightlifting—E. Reclivog, Pliila delphia Turngemeinde, lifted 73 pounds 45 times: E. Lalsle. Philadel - | phia Turngemeinde, lifted the weignt! 44 times. I PiUting sixteen pound shot, with the right hand-John (juantius, Southwark Turnverein, 33 feet 8 inches; J Grieb, Philadelphia Turn eis. 31 feel 2 Inches; It. Lurie, PliihulelphiaT'urncrs. 30 feet 5 inches Willi the left band W. Moser, 2" feet I inch; J, Grieb, 26 feet; M. 1 less, 26 leet. Broad jump—Max Hess, 26 feet 6 inches; U. Kuerie, 26 feet; Grieb 16 feet 8 inches. rupe ; J'ole vault—Hess, 10 feet, Fuer le,0 feet t> inches; Grieb,9 feet. Broad and high jump Faerie,first, Meet and it feet distance; Hess and Grieb tied, 4 feet 10 inches high and 11 fectdistance. Running hop, step, and jump — Schneider, Southwark, 42 feet, 2\ inches; Hess and Grieb, lied, 41 feet 2j inches. Relay races -Philadelphia Turnge meindc, first, one hundred yards iu 10.7 seconds; Columbia second, lo.* seconds; Southwark, third, 11.3 sec onds, onds. Wrestling—II. Wiedeman, of Wil mington Turngemeiude, first. John Miller, Philadelphia Turngemeinde. second. The events on yesterday's gramme consisted of swimming in the Brandywine at Kirkwood Park, ap paratus work, foil fencing, climbing. In addition there were ex hibitions in singing and recitations. The summary follows: Swimming—100 yards, Robert Lay ter, Columbia Turnverein, first, one minute and 10 seconds; Edward Krauss, Philadelphia Turngemeiude, second, one minute and 19 seconds; John Quantius, Soutliwaik Tuniver ein, third, one minute and 24 sec onds. T. pi'" , . . Lyceum; first climb, 25 led 9j mchus: total, 32 feel 2 inches; William Schmidt, Columbia Turnverc'n, first climb, 2t» feet 3 inches; total, 31 feet 11 inches; Paul Wandler, Philadel phia Turngemeiude, first climb, 27 feet !i Indies; total, 31 feet and ti iu ches. Rope climbing Hess, first climb, 20 feet 7 inches; total, 34 feet 8 in ches: lingo Ulilig, Kensington Labor! I foil fencing—William Fricgand, Philadelphia Turngemeide, first, U-j points;Edwin Renter and Paul Wend leu, both of Philadelphia Tunigome inde, Lied for second place, 111 points each. The sports were concluded at 4.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon,and danc ing, singing exhibitions and juvenile wrestling bouts until 8 o'clock last evening, when the prizes were award ed. There were nine club prizes,seven third or highest grade prizes and twenty-five second-class or lower grade prizes awarded, besides the individual ones. The prizes consisted of diplomas. The winners of the lirst and sec ond prizes were each given a laurel wreath. Six young women, dress ed in white aud carrrying wreaths of laurel, occupied seats on the stage. As A. L. Weisense, presi dent of the Philadelphia district, called tho name of the successful contestant, the diploma was handed to him and the wreath placed upon bis bating by a young woman were members of the Wilmington Turn gemeinde. During this exercise the hall last night was crowded and tho walls re sounded with cheers and snatches of songs. prizes, Mr. Weisense made marks in which he referred to the fact that the fest was drawing to elose, and said he hoped that it would servo to draw the societies closer together. Philadelphia, who had charge of the sports, then announced that the exercises would begin. The clubs receivlug prizes and the number ot points, follow: Philadelphia Turngemeinde, first, 34 93 points; Columbia Turnverein second, 32.79; Southwarkjrurnverciu, third, 26.51; Riverside Turngemeinde of River side, N. J., fourth, 27.21; Germania Turnverein of Roxborough, fifth Before awarding tho few re tl R, Pertuck of of Philadelphia, 25.90; Kensington Labor' Lyceum, ■mil, 24.60; Germania Turrerain of Baltimore, laveotli, 24.26; Wilming ton Turngemeinde, eight, 23.70; Tenth, Turnrereln, 20.57. The Philadelphia Turngemeinda captured first honors In the relay race and the Columbia Turnverein, second. In the group of field sports Max Hess was awarded fl ns prize with 33.16 points to Ills credit and R. Puerto, second, with 29.99 points. The winners In the Individual con tests were awarded prUe9 according to their showing in the summaries. The third or highest grade prizes are awarded to those malting the best showings Inalt-rouod athletics. The winners together with the points made follow: II. I<'uerle, first, 68.31 points; W. Schneider and Paul Wendler, second each 67.47; J. Grieb. third, 66.73; Carl Moog, of Germania Turnverein, Roxborough, llfth. 54.47; M. Kulzer, Germania Turnverein, Philadelphia, Turnverein Philadelphia, seventh, 50.85. In addition there were twenty live second or lower grade prizes for all rouul work. sixth, 57.30; D. Llnderme, Germania ITEMS FROM NEW CASTLE. New Castle, June 16.—At the meeting of Friendship Lodge, No. 3, A. O. U. W., the following officers were elected: Past master, Neal Sentman; master, George T. Hew lett; foreman. George \V. Vautine; overseer, Edwin Eagle; guide, Jos. eph Cofield; inside wjfiah, Edward Cheffoins; outside watch, John Wisa Two propositions were received and two more cards are expected. Tho committee in charge of the Mogul lion entertainment to lie given on Wednesday evening reports that, the program will be a very interest. mg one. Members' wives who re., main at home on Lodge nights will be amply repaid on Wednesday night. This is a busy week in the schools and the children iu general are huu tling for promotion. There are liko ly to be a number of disappoint mentis u.s the children who are not up to tho standard will not be pro inoted. The poor attendance on the part of some will prevent themfroin being promoted- They are but tim posts aud the other members of the classes are the g ites. that work day, iu aud (layout during the school' term, The June quarterly meeting in Union A. M. E. Church yesterday was largely attended and services were couducted all day. On account of the illness of the Rev. S. Beattie Wylie, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, the morning service was conducted by Mr George Pierce, of Philadelphia, residing here for the summer anti Dr. David Stewart. The evening service was dispensed with. The members of the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary are arrang ing for a fruit festival to be given in the basement of Sr. Peter's church on July ;»rd. 4th and nth. Browu Frazer is confined to his home with a badly sprained ankle. The marriage of Mrs. Kate Chris ty to Edward Kirk, funner residents of this city, was solemnized in Ches ter several weeks ago. Captain Duffy is elated over tho result of the game of base ball afc ('hester Satunlav. The score MS 2 to 1 iu favor of New Castle iu the five innings played. A new trestle for the coal cars will be lmilt Jit tlio powerhouse John Keenan, of Chester, visited New Castle friends yesterday. A number of New Castle young nieu will attend the (lance on Wed nesday evening in Delaware College Rose McHenry had as her guests last evening Miss Helen Mar pie autl Miss Esther .McNamara, of Wilmington. Mrs. James Doris and Miss Carrie ( ., . W(l „ lln( , oUu . rs a tton.l.xl tho Miss bildren's day servi'*es yesterday iu th * Red Lion M. E. Church. Erl ward L. Bull, of Philadelphia, was the guest of New Castle friends yesterday. Yale Dcfeuteil l*rln«*eton. NEW YORK, June HI.—Yale defeat ed Princeton in the final game of tho series for the Intercollegiate baseball championship of 1902 at the Polo grounds by n score of 5 to 4. It was a well played game throughout, although it took two hours and lifty minutes to finish tho nine innings. Five thousand people journeyed to tlio Held to see tlio game. PUBLIC SALE. Will !>• sold 90S SlnllcriMs uveiiue WKUXKSDAY, JUNK llltli. ui 9 o'clock » ..... Ikmih'-Iio (l irouda, pHrlor Nuiten.chiunbor suluia fHutlnr bjds, beddm/, tab. olutii'H. rockers, •>ui'tine mirror, carpet*, Harvest llomn ate vo, ptotimH, (Halier cook.ng uteurfils and •los. mutiy other W. a . Hukill, AU-. OH AH. Mlul.lfiK. jnl4 8t PUBLIC SA.LIi Will ba sold at N. W. Cornar 5J-1 and Shiplsjr THUKSDAY. JUNK UUh Hi 9 atrei-M o'clock, household gooiG, p u'lor suite.4, "ham l.'-r in ites. iiMllrtt'S* *, Hi-riugfi, 1 uioo <>alc wardrobe, toble<, nu ti'jue bureuu, earpets. 3 I'Hfrigcratoi'H, 1 hue lurg" ono, also oue waiuut oyl.inter loo soerntary, disltcs, cooking ut«u sits ami many other arllcles. JoHniitlu W- A. HUKILL, / PUBLIC SALE Ot household Roods will tnku place THURSDAY, JUNIfi 19,1002, at 1 o'clock p. in. at 101 West .iiovoiith stroot W il. 11 • ROBINSON. je!4 4t tttldham Aa Sou, Auc. PtJBLICSALld Wtll bo sold at 813 West 7th ntreot ou TUBS* 1)9 Y. JUNK mh. at 9 o'clock a. in., house hold fn iiltun*, parlor 4U)tu, It chamber suit"*, feather bed-, apriug*. muttro-tuoi, lublea, ehulr.4. rooliors, 1 ulee waluat sideboard, pin. turea, ornament brie-a-hrac, caru.its, Htuvis, dishes, cookiii# utensils eml many o riles. v/. A. iiUKlL!,, other arti, Anc. j.da-ot MhDIUn AND PALMIST Reads Your Life. Cull oud bo convinctid of liar woadorful * No iuou«»y taken uutil perfectly -tit* iMtU'd. ISO. 103 li. SIxUl SU MR). \m\ JJf