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I Light n I f Fire. Caitrl ig;«
I A Das It of lightning exploded 400,.
000 condemned rifle cartridge* kuown
\ m 45 straight. at Frankford Arsenal
I between 3 and 4 o'clock yesterday
' afternoon.
| George Deemer and Charles GUI
Ingham, who were extracting the
ammunition from the cartridges,
had only just run to shelter from the
fain when the explosion occurred.
At the instaut the wind blew with
tern he force from the west and the
explosion was lelt severly across
Frankfort! Creek, where thousands
of panes o( glass in the Taleony
Cnemlcal Works, owned by Charles
Leunlg & Co. were shattered by
flying cartridge cases and the force
of the concussion.
Every tile in a large new roof on
one of the buildings was raised.
Rooting limbers were broken oil
near where a carpenter named
Charles Lange was working on a
scaffold, ooe of which struck him
on the bead, sevcrol)' lacerating
: v his scalp.
The chemical company estimates
its lots at over $5000. It is said a
wagon load of empty cartridge
Cases lie in and around the works.
Many windows were also broken
in the old Jenks machine shop,
which is occupied by several firms.
| The explosion was distinctly feit
in Uridesburg and as lar north U9
Holmeshurg. The force ol the ex
Ti
.plosion was butslightlr felt by the
employees at work in the arsenal
, Collapse of Weakened kail
' Philadelphia, August 7.—Two
accidents, both unusual in character,
followed each other yesterday on the
Pennsylvania Railroad elevated struc
ture at Twentieth and Filbert streets
and fur each a south-bound passenger
train was partly responsible. Tho
Immediate result was the killing ot
one mail and the more ur less serious
i
injuring of six others.
The first accident, which was the
primary cause of the second happen
ed as the 1020 A. M., train was leav
ing Broad Street Station. The en
gine drawing that train struck two
long stringers, which were
transported to the West Philadelphia
yards on a ball'd truck.
They had been placed across tho
truck, instead of lengthwise, and as
tho eugine struck them they were
hurled through the iron railing on
the edge of the elevated structure
into Filbert street, 20 feet below,
carrying with them three Italian
trackmen, one of whom died in the
hospital.
Two hours later, live lmudred
feet of the heavy iron railing, weak
ened by the first crash, and weigh
ed down by a n
^cables, crashed into Filbert street,
injuring four men, who chanced t<
be iu the way
12.36 Southern express
mediate cause of tin.* collapse, and
that a number of people were not
being
i
)
lt*r of big olectrie
)f tho
ras tho iiu
The vibruli'
killed or fatally injured is cotr,Mer
J:
dd a miracle.
I
ti
; Dolt At tucks (.uaitl
Shenandoah, Aug. 7 Captain Car
ver, of Company A Kighth Regi
ment, reports an attack on lua com
pany earlv till
wf several hundred men. Tlie c
t:
Jr
morning by a crowd
pany, acting as provost guaid,
encamped on Turkey Run road, near
the I'eunsvlvani:
'US
A high
bluff overlooked the place. There are
scores of deserted, broken down
bouses on tlie blulT. Soon after 3
o'clock the
they were beingatmed by
the bill. The guard of ten
to in vcstigatc. As they attempted ti
ascend the lull they wore
shower of rocks and
lposts reported that
pull
ien
;t bv a
back.
Tkeo the entire company was arous
ed aud the captain led a bayonet
Charge up the bluff.
The crowd scattered to the houses
but t
neighborhood upon
; There were about one hundred of the
curs. They barked and yelped. Sev
eral of them were bayoneted bv the
guardsmen. Captain Carver reports
, that while his
dogs, several shots were fired from
I windows ot houses. Tbeoe houses
iwero marked by the soldiers
arrests will be made later in the day.
cl loose all the dogs i
the
tin:
soldiers.
t:
'
'ere lighting the
and
i
■ I rustees Meeting,
j Trustees ol the Delaware State
Hospital at
morning.
1 resent
1
r a hurst met
All the members were
.* 1 11 1 the exception of
essrs Ca pel Ie, Burton aud Dr.
I Wilson.
I The Population to-day is 187
males and 138 females, a total of
two deaths dur
ing the month. Admitted to the in
stitution during the month 3 males
and 4 females.
[ Cash received for board of patients
amounted to $180.
Dr. Florence II. Watson has re
tina
M
■s
320.
There we
li#
_ signed aud will go abroad. She
^rill leave on Saturday for Swit/er
lind. Siie has been at the institu
tion about H months, having suc
ceeded Dr. Hammond.
A committee was appointed to
lock into the ieaaibiliiy of putting
up a separate building I
losis patients.
Dr. Hanker
tuberc
M
as autbori/ed to
istitution in
purchase coal for the
the onen
to $2, 722
:
Hills amounting
arket.
/ were passed.
Soventh Street BrlJ^e
Before Levy Court meets again
which will be September 2 ,
Bloner Chandler as chairman of the
bridge committee will make a propo
sition to Patrick Uahey regarding
the Seventh street bridge. It is
derBtood that if Mr. Fain
the proposition it will also
factory to the other members of the
court.
uu
accepts
be aalif,
HiIvtite Dance.
Tho young people of Middletown
and Odessa will give a private
at Augustine Park tins evening. The
dance is in honor of Miss Louis
Dyke, of Ridley Hark.
( Officers Special ."ieetlng
Officers of the National Guard of
Delaware will hold a special meeting
at the Armory on Monday night.
Matters pertaining to the coming
encampment will be discussed.
: The Glasgow and Couch 's bridge
base ball teams will play another
List Saturday
game.
dance
Van
"I
game on Saturday. ,
tbe former learn won tlie
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stapleton
desire to thank their many friends
who helped them through their sor
row and grief, on the death of their
son, Francis B, Stapleton, who was
burled at St. Peter's Cemetery, New
Castle, Del on Mondar.
eln-in -I- 1
IR-UI mis ,
upas quickly
as possible, a
1*2 Price i'e\V d O y"e II
niddletovMi Man lo Build
J. Bragdon one of the druggists
Middletown has putuhased a lot on
Broad stre.'t adjoimug the property
of Charles P. Cochran,'from Mrs.
E, Green. Mr. Bragdon will erect
handsome new residence on the
property this fall or next Spring,
gather Politic
Chester Aug. 6.—On the farm
Edward Crozer near here an Alder
ney con gave birth to twin calves
and on the same day a prize bound
one of the Upland Fox Hunting
Club's pack owned by Mr. Crozer
birth to 12 pups.
Mission Notes -
Madison Street Mission Corner
Front and Madison.
The meeting this evening will
ill charge of Brother Crouch.
-- - - --I
150 Pairs Vi c i
Russia
Shoes
a li
Cult'I
tli ti
Of
we r O $3.50
to $0.00 now
-- 1 ®->ni>
$l.lb tOfb.UU.
want to
Russett
Shoes
Wo
at
pairs of $5.00
among t lie m.
for $25.0. All Straw tlatsP'
nt half price. About 25!
doze 11
samples at $1 that aro
worth $2, $2.50 and
$3.50 to $10 for Panamas;
that were $5 to $15.
kind with
Oxfords
Manufacturer's
t ll C round
a crease in!
^ohltr to lie tbo
rune next year. \\ e have
them for $8, regular $12
' 3 *
and
crown
them are
Hats.
Closed evenings at G ex
cept Saturdays.
6th and Market, Wilmington
■ E.-liy vir
T AX HEBEI V KB'S S-.
tlie of Hie power in ti
invested by
the laws of the ,S
lie
llliVI
vJ on and
d
i In
pul
contT ii or. sr,
Tenth and
!it.v of Wilining
y of New Castle
md State of
I'elawa
ON SATURDAY.
>!• AUGUST,
At 10 o'clock a. iu..
TIIK 9th DAY
lndnfault of
ymout of $iI7.0J, Comity
irs
ll
id Poor Tu
I BOH, 1890, l:»
id 1901,
do*
of
id
Iwc
■a
Shi|
in the
iy
ton. Dal.. 1 /Ojium
mdn
Si
id
Fourth
•1
•ly of Mir}
idi
iti
dtl
>f 9
all
»a said p
ad j'ill
At u
■I 1
P
1902, the purclui
oiuply .vitii
h.* sale is
tl'jri
Die property of
Robert Adair and t., 1 , 0
by
iioiiACK (i. i!i:rri:\\.
-Do
Wi
ol., Jui:
T ax ihocbivick's sale.-Bv vii
tuo of th- power in mu invest.-.! hy
have levied 0 »
vill ixp
" r
sal.*, a I
he
coritT
HOf'SK,
!•:level]th streets, in the
; i * y of Wilmin*
ity of sV-i
Uastle ;iikJ .Stuff)
if
Jieluwnre,
ON SATURDAY,
THK'JHi DAY Ol* AL'GUST,
At 10 o'clock a. m..
fuait of tI k
0
uf SH
ay in o
C.
•d
•ill 1SDS, 1899, 1900 nnd 1901. ih
nl estate to
following de
ibed
vit:
A l tlx
id -il
i'M io ilia
ty of
VViln
igton, Deh
ed a
f(
it •
Ki
11, 13, 13 a
i I? (iltu a
•J.5
l.'oi-l
Be»
or
Ulr
i p.
th i
r t hot
•iy

Ids of s *|«) p
.n
h
'/jj
3 f
*
• if.
f» U $.19 p e
formerly ot
her I u u 1 1 no
both
K>
baugh'i
<
i relies
f laud
g'-'<
rly
li Tat
th
:«tli.
>' ' »'Ir grfloa
tin
r l
'pN
Hoad . and
ili
G'J d*
Mt 9 4 10
if l)»
he P '
P
lug.
d fnk<*
is Die
property
Hal
111 by
HOUADK
G. RIOT i i'3W,
<1 Co
R.W.MI
cr of '|'ii xi*
Tien
>ty
pi- for N*m
iiiuiugtou, D ■ la\
Custlo
Jouufy.
:u, July 17, 1M
PLUCK OF KING EDWARD.
Iti Bravfiv Eaisns airs Pbxiieil
Ssferlug In Order tu IMrms#
HU People.
"Of all the soldiers the king has
lecorated within the last three
years
»t the war for bravery in the face
if the enemy none deserves the
Dross for Valor more Ilian himself,
who grimly and silently faced dis
use and death, unarmed and without
i comrade," say-H iiiehard Harding
Onvis, in Collier's Weekly.
''For now that the whole dramatic,
pitiful story is out, England learns
that it is too late—of the daya
uf gnawing puin when h
loreed himself t
rarl of Dnrnley and Jemima, countess
of Duvuley, Although the bnby conn
less can be barely three years old,
aavin tf been born in HXIO, the sRtue
Fe'Wr in wfaicH her ftsllier died, she is
'.a coronation robe made for
king
smile and bow at
sourt, to
Mew a regiment, f<
Loud
'atch a horse
•e, t
drive through
with an assured and cheerful
re
lounteaance. It is not pleasant to
think of the torture of those days,'
if the mcntnl anxiety as well as the
bodily torment, when the king kept
>n his feet, against the protests of
| bis physielans, when his enduraneo
was tested by hours of
i ?nin—pain su great that. it. is not de-
tent to disclose it. Nor is it pleas
iiit to remember that last
through the park to Buekingham pal
'hen the people for some reason
heartily, while
•reet, pale and
ueeasmg
drive
iee,
fulled to cheer hi
ill the ti
with net teeth, holding himself
right only hy his will, and that they
might be gratified."
P
THE YOUNGEST PEERESS.
Lnily llrlly niltfli, IIiironpis of CUN
e Yearn Old. II
uutiou Itobp,
Tin
Cui
Tl,p youngest peeress
? h r i ui " w „ h H ha " f he ... rl * ht v.
1 coronation of king Edward is
Lady "Betty" Bllgh,
Clifton, daughter
if
Great
iittend
Har
now
css
f the late seventh
av
tu
fithout doubt be an
f much interest and attrac
the li
h of those of the other
owing to her extreme
her
th, she
ill
In the n
show at Wcst
f Lady "Betty"
,1
minstor -
The fat Ik
•as tli
th Bur
(lift
li It
•arl of Dnrnley. He
lgliter of
late Fran
nf the p
\ and i
Manchester,
^ .
th c Hrsl Baron Clifton. In
tory of the family the right
ri ' ss i 01 ' fin. fniic
the house al
.1. 1,.
sent baronet of tlu>
f the iltike of
,
.
i
f sue
V
The
t i--i
ly
f a
lb
to t 1 m*
of
'esUis b
the
BELGIANS HONOR MAY DAY.
The Subjects
>f KI
ik Leopold Cole*
brate the
rival of the Mo
ill!
• f ITowc
III a eh Year.
Tho month of May is the
highly honored of the whole
It. is k
most
the Belgians.
r
mce of
.. . a t l ll . a ' nfc
o pro ic mg thou- love attain*
ll fi r ' 5
I,lk
gin's
ted to the
Virgin Mary.
Ii
the p
Liege y<
rig
ihl -
mth. A gi'ntip of girls a
I ■
eet at s
and start t
through tin- holds
ilil they come
. . , , , •
surkle bush beneath
j
!
j
t*
>'«I|F, quite
(he highway,
here 1 h
v generally
choc
hi
tlie prater
liieli to
perfor
th
yst ie
I
Lacli muide
>ele
s three blades
of dew-ladei
Die
>p.s of which
d to
grin
•die cuts to
"'I
each of
dwell she atta
Black
silkei
its a
n*j
haeholer,
ed
i ki
•n 1
of the ma ici
er and
ret desi
S l
j
days
ret
■here they
growing, and that i
po
left
blade of Die three chose
d
he others
heigl
>e;»ls (he lover the
to have.
aidcn is destined
HOW TO KEEP YOUNG.
!
!
;
j
|
g j
A Probloi
In \\ liieli the fsPiitlcr Sex
Have Lonft Deen In
rated.
Tlie proble
nf how to k(
p y
o keep frf
looking old, lias
ghls of both
i
•e Die
orld began.
ill.
cl.'C)
intere:
he vexati
er, f.
the
has ah
depended
idi
I»h\sioal fi
di
and be:
Hy. Ni
liters have
s lo fivf.ving
the riddle of tlie m
•. The
latest
tile fa
is Max
niell.
Without
g a recipe for Die preser
nil of lie a
. M. HI out*
'any
die
nil in S.
•pie. Had
ie p<
tl-l il lark of I,
Die
of y.
li and
o greate
beauty. M;
O'Kell thinks that
vith
th
of hi
ie for
minor. It is in- j
lie y
K a
1 )
il 50. After 50 lie can offer
id vice «i
lie subject.
mica Veil fur Anloi
obillats.
The (. 11 I;
the iigljr t; pn'l.'s
vorn by a
omobil
Isis
tended for the
sc <>{ ladies who object
to the diafij
ring effect of goggles. A
in (he form of a vi/or, set
Die face, is attached to the
sheet of
It is a Rrcat lni|it,ivp
:■) devices for protecting tlr
«'■>!>•
the onii
>vcr
«ye*.
DO 7 5
Tho city Democratic committee
—ill hold a meetings In Shields
Library Hal! to-n.orr.w evening
The First Methodist Church of
Salem. N. J .
Rrandywino Springs Park | yesterday J
Telephone communication with
New Castle which had been affected
by the storm was restored yesterday
morning.
St. Patrick's R. C. Church observed
holy hour service yesterday. The
Rev. w ,!. Birmingham preached
the sermon.
g.'ivg an excursion
10
|
THE TRAMP
QUESTION.
The tramp question is beginning
to agitate the minds of the people
in general. The workhouse has no
terrors for them. The stone q uarry
has been lost, strayed or stoleu.
Comfortable quarters, three meals
a day, dean clothing and their own
clothing washed while they are
locked up, tobacco to smoke, and
trolley ride to the institution con
stitute some of the Siberian terrors
of the workhouse.
.Special Officer Hoover of the B.
& O. Railroad Company has been
making numerous arrests of men
riding on the Company's trains.
They are usually committed to the
workhouse for ten days. Between
the fees and the board at the work
house they could lie kept at a first
class hotel. Last night four of the
traveling public catne into his
clutches and they were sent out
for ten days.
Detective Jones and assistants
made a raid last night at Edge Moore
ami captured fourteen. Seven of
them were boys who left home
after supper. While it is hard to
see boys arrested yet tho railroad
company must protect its interests
as hoys steal peaches from the cars
i at Ed go Moor.
j The hoys arrested were Jacob
j Stebner, 14; Frank Kelley, 13; Den
' nis McLaughlin, 13; William Mc
Laughlin, 12; Charles -Sabina, 11;
Charles Steinway, 15; William
Brooks, 12.
They were given a hearing before
Magistrate Weil on the charge of
tresspass. Magistrate Weil said
boys of this age do more harm than
men. They have no business on
tlll > tracks and boys caught there
again will be sent to the workhouse,
Frank Kelley alleged that one of
the officers slapped him in the
mouth.
i
!
I
I
George Kennedy was seut to the
workhouse for ten days
They came from Chester y ester
day in search of work as boiler
makers but could not secure em*
ploymeut pr.d they started to walk
back to Chester aud were arrested
while walking along the tracks.
Benjamin Frazer, a painter, aud
riveter came hero in search of work
Hut
'oulil not get it for a week
Money ran out and lie started to
walk home. His wife aud Barents
live iu Chester. Ho was sent up for
ten days.
Kumuel Vandergrift, Chester, was
promised a position at Pusey and
Jones Company's works. Ho had
forty cents when he li ft home on
Ho and tho previous
man wore going home,
He was willing to do any kind
work and was sent to tlie Workhouse
lor ten days.
Frank Wilson ot Baltimore, has
been hero for three days, lie came
mi u freight aud was going lo l'hi'.a
delphiu. The tine was $> or ten
days.
Tuesday.
it
Subino Dugelo Santi works for Byan
»S: Kelley,contractors for the Pennsyl
vauia railroad company. The Ital
'uns live in a shanty where bed hugs
are numerous. Their clothes got wet
and they had no place to sleep and
went Into a caboose.
Special officer Joyce said it was
evident lie belonged to the shanty
gang- Ho worked yeaterday and
got soaking wet. He was let go.
William Burns, ot Baltimore, stop
He was look mg
fur work, Ilo will retire Lo Green
bank for ten days.
Charles Sabina wanted to turn
slate evidence and was allowed to
ped off for a time.
Deaths aud Funeral*
Many persons from this city attend
ed the funeral of Israel D irham fro
his late residence at Yorklyn, this
morning. Services were conducted in
the M. R church, Kennett Square,
and interment was made at Iron Hill
cemetery.
Tlie funeral of Mrs, Virginia Mc
iif<; of Ciarence W. Mc
Caul ley,
C'aiilley took place tills afternoon
from ibe residence of her father in
law, George VV. McCuuliey, No. 1121
West Eighth street. Services were
conducted by Rev. Dr. GraelT of Phil
adelphia. Interment was made at
:emetery. The floral
decorations wore numerous und hand
Rivcrview
some.
Ida Stringheiser' aged 3 years, of
No. 200 } West 2nd street died this
ruing.
The funeral os Die infant child of
Wm. R. l yre took place this morning
the residence of his parents ou
Miermau street
fr
Badly Beaten
Philadclpl.ia, Aug. *?.~In taking a
revolver from James Cunningham, of
Wood street, yesterday, tlie po.
lice of tlie buttonwood street station
had to beal him almost Into insensi
bility. Cunningham is In Hahne
mann hospital In a very serious con
dition.
Cunningham had threatened to kill
Mrs. Louise McNoal, bin landlady,
and she notified Roliceman Ritchie.
He and twe other policemen met
Cunningham, and when they tried to
take tlie revolver away from him ho
broko away from the policemen,
threatening to use the gun upon them
They then knocked him down with
their clubs. The physicians at the
hospital fear Cunningham will not
live
Strnt-k Out flany Times
Charlie Curley who has signed
with the lawyers to play in the
game against the doctors lias made
a great strike out record. On Mon
duy when they practised ho struck
out 7 times and on Tuesday IU
timos. Mr. Curley claims that the
reason for him fanning the air so
much was that ho found out after
wards that Uu had beou using tho
same hat that Cole killed Montague
with. He says that the bat is a
hoodoo aud that hereafter ho will
use another hut.
.Sheriff McDaniel tills morning,
told the properly of Robert Adair
at No. 311 Slilploy KtreeC, to Robert)
G. Harman for $4,310.
• tlktrs Stabbed By Aagrjr JRTorksrs,
Philadelphia, Aug' 7.—Because be
refused to continue in the ranks of
striking Italian cbalkmakcrs employ
ed at the Griffith Chalk Works,
Front and Mlffiin streets. Vincenzo
Itfone was set upon and perhaps
fatally stabbed by a crowd of strik
ers while on his way to work this
morning. The victim is In St. Agnes'
Hospital in a critical condition and
the physicians say he will probably
die.
Leone's assailants are unknown by
name to the police. A description
of two of the men was quickly obtain
ed after Hie assault, and the machin
ery of the department started to
effect their capture. All of them
made good their escape after leaving
their victim bleeding and unconscious
on the street.
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE,.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
O., oan do so now, though for years ho
couldn't, kccuuse lie Buffered untold
agony from the worst form ot Indiges
tion. All physicians and medlcluss full-'
ed lo help him till ho triod Klectrlo Bit
tors, which worked such wonders for
him that ho deeluros they area godsend
lo suffers from dyspepsia and itomsoh
troubhs. Unrivaled lor dlsea-as of the
Stomach, Liver aud Kidneys, they build
up and give new llfo to the wholo
system. Try them. Only 50c. Guaran
teed hy N. B. Dantorth druggist.
Bov Rendered Unconscious
While playing ball at the foot ot
Kirkwood street Alfred Wade, aged
U years, was rendered unconscious Uy
a blow of a bat. The hat Hew out of
a lad's hand named Miller. Young
Wade was seut. to the Delaware
Hospital in the Pheonix ambulance.
His skull Is fractured aud his con
dition is serious.
Set mi J Annual Picnic,
The indications are that the second
annual picnic of tho Foresters of
America, at Bavarian Park this even
ing will be a grand succesi A pleas
ing programme lias been arranged
for the occasion.
Combination Hoso And Wagon
The Brandywine Fire Company's
new combination engine and hose
cart was removed from the West
Yard to tbe Pheonlx Company on
gige house tills morning where it was
housed. It attracted much attcutiou
along tlie street.
AVddletowu No.es
William Brocknon has sold his
property oo Broad sheet lo I. B.
Measick.
C. li. Satterfield has sold his
store aud dwelliug lo Frederick
Bloom.
'OR ClilCRK OF () PHANS' COURT
tutd RlfiUlSTKR IN CHANCERY
b
Waller S. Money.
Kubjodt to decisiou cf Republic
a? if
party.
p()R 1 1 k' P H j..S B N T A TI V K
BrautJyw
of
lx'h District
Humlibu ' jU<
George W. Webster
Subject
o tho (IhcUIou of tho Republlcau
party
uT-tu
amusement*
Brandywine
Springs Park,
CONCERTS EVERY AFTERNOON and
EVENING BY
HOWSON'S FAMOUS BAND.
('omfortabioSeats Fi
SiTAT THE
e for Everybody,
T H E A T R E.
Week commoncim? August <i
A PROGRAMS! K OK SFKC1AL JIK 8 WILL
OK OKFEICED.
Evening* nt 0.08. Thursday aud Saturday
Matinee ut 3,00.
FIREWORKS
FRIDAY NIGHT
AT THE LAKE.
to the bpr
Sixth
d Mark)
*tr sot* dire::
ij ivory 10
S IIICLJ.POT PARK—Week ol August 4
1 Iih 2— Nwi©*— U. Eccentric
Act Enm.ed "Th#
h'asign MacJMiorsoii,
••nai bunko Dal I ad Siugcof the —. H.
k and Uuudy i
Huetch; Speobil engag>
Kir.
>l;otch Artist# iu
Tram j
d doubre
Ph
own original
mont of the
don, a Littlo
Mini
dy
, Frank
mid a li.g Lnu^'h; tlio
ion. Faustina. *he. Lioctri
Hlii'..
8. a Li
cui Dane or,
BASEBALL
Wilmington Ball Park
Front uih. 1 Union Streets,
SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK,
Woduosday Hnd Thursday
9th and 7ta
POTTSVILLE.
Fiiduy, 4ugu«t8,
CHESTtR.
Saturday, Aunust Ofcli
LRANDYWINF OF WEST CHESTER,
An gi
'y 'W sliarp.
N. B. —]•'
-ond. F
r* li
id Eighth
dire
hi roe
lids.
lo gi
BASEBALL
Wilmington Ball Park
Market St. South of Front.
SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
Thui'Hdav, Aufuet 7'h
WII..*llNan)N A A. VS, VORK V Ml C,| A,
Friday. Abe
WILMINGVON A A VS CUBAN X GIANTS
Saturday, A
WILMINGTON A A VS CUBAN X OI ANTS
8th
St. 91 ll.
Dames called ai J.au sharp.
EXCURSIONS
KNIGHTS GOLDEN EAGLES'
15 th Annual Excufslon to
Atlantic City
Via I'., W. St B. Bril go Route, gl.
by
Crusaders Castle, Ho. 5, K. G. E.,
Saturday, August 9, 1902.
Tiuketa, $1.90; chiidrou, 75c. Train leaves
; Lundiitk 14#
in.; August:
in Returuiug
I'., W Sc B. do put at 0.4o a. m
a. in.; quarry tiding d85 a.
ti 40 a. in ; Brandy wine a 45 a.
Atlantic City 8 .ii) p. m
D. I'. BKVIS, Chairman.
li-'UV
W Hen In Doubt
What to buy
or how to in
vest your savings
put the money in
a lot at the Cedars
it's safer than in a
bank and bound to
return to you com
pound interest.
THE WEATHER.
In the Middle States and New Eng.
land to day clear weather will pre
vail with cooler temperature and
westerly winds.
On Friday, clear and warmer
weather will prevail with westerly
winds.
On Saturday fair to partly cloudy
weather will prevail, and warmer.
The thermometer at W. C. Taylor's
drug store 303King street today leg*
istcred as follows:
7 o'clock 10 o'clock 1 o'clock
be
of
this
by
to
08
74
80
Stojlj Trust Formed
Philadelphia, Aug. 7.—The United
States Cigar Company, with a total
capital stock of $15,000,000, has been
formed to manufacture stogies and
control tho output of cheap cigars.
The new trust was organized at
tho Hotel Walton yeaterday. The
capital stock will he one-half com
mon and one-half preferred 7 per
cent, cumulative. One million dol
lars in bonds will be issued
and have, it is said, teen over-sup
cribeil five times,
plants of the company will have a
capacity of 400,000,000 stogies an
nually, about AO cent, of tho pres
ent total output,
will operate
charter.
ho
for
ot
of
The combined
The company
under a Delaware
Nevcre Sturm
Lancaster, Pa. Aug. 7. —A hail
storm in East Hempfield township
yesterday altercoon cut the tobacco
and corn lo pieces lrotn Lancaster
to finahiil a distance of several
miles The belt was hall a mile
wide Much of Ihs tobacco was
rea dy to cut, cud tbe loss to the
tarmcrs is very heavy.
DOTS
The steamer (Alidad de Ruis is nt
Marcus Hook loading with crude
petroleum.
James W. Heaves will build a
kitchen to No. 6-3 East Tenth St.
Jesse Jones gave 8500 ball for a
further hearing before Magistrate
Hollis on the charge of administer
ing a drug to a young girl.
Jesse Jones was attested tills morn
ing at Edge Moor on the charge of
administering a drug to a girl named
Margaret Chancy.
nhAT.1t.
W A'I SON—On August 5, 1002, Elizabeth A.
W 2 it.noii,"tii her 00 th year,
Relatives and friends aro invited to at toil d
tho fuuorai services al her iatu residence. No.
Ill Ehst Seventh street
at 8 o'clock. Intt-nnent at Lornlo
cemotory oo Friday
O. ) leaving Wilmiujrton al 8 o'clock u. in.
Services at tho. church also.
OO KAM-On Aug. 15th. 1902. J, Walter,
of Thomas uud 1'aunio Ogrt
year.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend
tho funeral from the residence of his parents,
near H'jckeasin, Del,, on Friday, Aug, 8 th.
Services at house at 1 o'clock without furl her
Interment at Red Clay Creek Come
tery. Carriages will meet the 9.dU train a
Hookesaiu. *
BURIllS—On Augusta, 1902, John W. Burris
in his 57t.h year.
Relatives and friends are Invited to attend
(lie funeral Irom his late residence, the Rog
ers farm, below Newcastle, on Thursday af
ternoon, Aug 7. Services at tho house at 1
o'clock lr.turmeut at St,
St. Georges, Del.
V/ODK-ln Mils city on August 6 , 1902, Har
:fe of the late Samuel F. W jJo, aged
d friends are Invited to atteud
js from her late residence,
m Thursday after
. August 7th, at 2 o'clock. Interment at
Rivet view Cemetery.
MOCAUI.I.KY-At Philadelphia, I*a..
4. 1902. Virginia O., wife of Clare
McCuullay, In her 20 th
I tel a
he funeral
nnnil,
Tract
iu luu 27
■gua Cemetery,
14
U
tho fun
Ni. 6 l'J bombard Hr
A a?,
a W.
<1 rrteufls ure invited to ett-nul
rvicey ut the residence of bur
W McOiiulloy, No. 11?1
, this city, on Thurrfduy tfter
o'clock. Interment at
futlier in law. (ieo
W«9St Sth %li
oon, Aug. 7. nt 2.
oomotery.
DUUHAM—On Aui/'-HtU, 1902, Israul Durh
re luvitod to ettoud
th* funnel %« his lain residence. Yorklyn.
Ins, Auk, 7. Leave
10 o'clock. Burviceit at K
M- 15. Church nt II 80 o'clock without
notice. Juttruieut at Union Hill
W
ReUllvts ami frieud
D*l . mi Thursday n:
tho h
bq
f'
Funeral Directors.
yy n. 11. KUttlNdUN. JK..
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Office and lieslUonee.
223 West Seventh st.
Telephone call W).
mt attention irlvoo co nlvhtcalli.
r M
JAi». I.WnANULliKt
L ndertaker and Bmb.il iu ir
Office and Rest douce,
214 West Ninth street.
Toleph
U74<
rrnMii
atfan f.
veil tnulth'i oil
QbDKUii at. ridnuiu
(. mlertuker and Embalmer.
Office an 1 Itcsldouje
722 King strest.
JOHN li. MARTIN.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
607 Shipley street.
Call* ntteiKldl promptly
' Hlher phone No. Mr
AMENDMENT TO
THE CONSTITUTION.
liouso A ill end Trent to Home Bill No. 217.
.strike out ail the bill after tho word ".State'
in the third lino of • notion 1 of the bill aud
lusurt in Iiuu theivof tlm following:
"First, That all of Station 9 of Article 9 of
the L'ouBtttution of thiH Utato uftor the word
'Corporation,' whore ll
time in Suction3, be stricken out."
Section 2, ThatSociiou 6 of mid Article 9
boatrlokcu oui and In lieu thereof •ubitl'.ute
aud adopt tho following, vizi
Section 0. Shares of the enpita) etock of
corporations created uudor the lawe of this
State, when owned by pereons or corpora,
lions without this State, ehal) not bt «UDjoot
to taxation by any '
after lo bj made.
An Act proposing nim-ndmenda to Artlo'.o
itution of
•eerulug t'oruoralious.
Be it unnuteT by the Senate und House of
l.'eproseutatlves of tlie State of Delaware iu
General Assembly met (two-thirds of the
meml.ers elected to eu< h Houne agreeing)
Meetiou L That the following amen (linen le
Le aiul th -
cle 9 of tlie Constituti
First. That all Suet
tho second
atlug
here
9 of (he V
» Htote of Dela
hereby proposed to Aril
of this Htuto:
9 of Arllola 9 of '-he
Constitution of this ''tutu be stricken
in lieu thereof substitute aud adopt the fol
lowing. viz:
'Section 1 Kharna ef the capital stock of
Uorp'iratioua created under the laws of this
btate,
shall
t and
ed by pvr
be subject tu taxation by uny law
hereafter enucteu."
reHiding h
uxiatiuir <
bocoud, 1 hut all ol boctlou 6 of Artioie 9
of tko Constitution of this Statu bo striokeu
out.
Approved March 9, A. I). 1901.
I .Caleb It. Lay tou. Secretary of 8 tato of
do hereby certify
: Is a true and
No. 217 with
Ait Pro
the btate of Delaware, „„
that tlm above und foregoing
correct copy of House Util
Amendments thereto, mil tied "
po>dag amendments to Artioie 9 of the Don
•MtituMou of the Slate of Delaware C'ouoyrulug
torporitlous, ' na the name appoars on file
er.rolled bill filed in the olDon of thabecre
tary of State r.nd approve t by the Governor
March 9, A. D. 19.U; ami published tu accord
ance with the requirement of the Constitu
tion if this btate.
, ——In testimony whereof I have here
J B. A > unto let my hand tnd ifflclal seal at
* 1 Dovor. this 15th lay of July, l o tha
tliousauduino hundred
CAi-KB K. LAYToN.
Bcoretarjr of Stalo.
year of our Lord
and two.
JylHo'J&llwk
PERSONAL
MENTION.
EVANS—BACON.
A very pretty home wedding was
celebrated last evoning at the home
of the bride's parents, No. 511 East
Tenth street, when John Evans and
Miss Eva Bacon wore married
tho Rev. J. L. Nichols.
They have the best wishes of their
many friends for a joyous and pros
perous married life, Their future
homo will be at No. 1017 Kirkwood
street.
at
CARD BASKET.
, Pennell C. King, of this city, who
has been quite ill at the home of his
son, Lewis B., Chester, is slightly
improved. He has given up busi
ness in this efty on account of acute
heart trouble, aud whon better, will
reside with bis daughter, Mrs. Ei
wood Burns, Oxford.
Miss Ada Appleby, of this city, is
spendiug a few days with Miss Ber
tha Thorp, of West Chester.
Mrs. R. H Scott and daughter
Lulu loft today to spend a few days
at Atlantic City.
Miss Mabel Sakers, of Middletown
road, is visiting friends here.
Joseph Glenn, of Uleuolden, is
visiting here.
Miss Lucy Eastburn has returnod
to Union from a month's sojourn at
Colorado Springs.
Thomas S, Dennison, of Yorklyn,
is spending his vacation at his
grandfather's near Rosedale.
Miss Stella Chandjer, of Stanton,
is visiting her uncle, Edward J.
Chandler, at Kennett Square.
Dr. T. H. Gilpin, of Middletown,
is in our city today.
Willard Suulsbury was in town
today but will leave again in a few
days for New Hampshire.
Miss Willitte, of Middletown, is
visiting Charles Gawthorp and wife
Kennett Square.
Misses Emma Clark, of Delaware
City, aud Mgf K.'iodor, of Washing
ton, have been visiting friends in
this city.
' William M. Canby, Misses Nona
Bowman and Nellie Johnson will
Visit Boston.
Miss May Copestiek, of Philadel
pnia, lias been the guest of Miss
Reba Baxter, near Farnhurst.
Miss Elsio M. Curlett spent Sun
day with friends at Kennett Square.
Mr. and Mrs. McFadden and fam
ily left for a two weeks' vacation
in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Mrs.
McFadden is a trained nurse and
has earned a well needed rest.
George Vincent is tho guest of
Mrs. Cheffins, of New Castle.
A. P, Smith and family, of Chos
ter, aro visiting in Delaware.
Harry Burke, of Upland, has re
turned homo from a visit to friends
in this city.
Mrs. John Ward, of Chester, has
been visiting in this city.
John B. Meredith and family, of
Chester, wiil go to Smyrna on Sat
urday.
Conductor J. D. Wright and fam
ily. of Chester, tire spending their
vacation with friends in Delaware
and Maryland.
A, M, Pierce anil wife, and Miss
Hattie Pierce aro spending some
time at Atlantic City.
The annual reunion of the Ver
non family will take place at Clay
mont on Thursday, August 21.
Miss - Addie Connell, of this city,
has been the guest of her sister,
Mrs, Annie Ewing, of Choster.
Mrs. A. D. Edwards and
Howard are visiting Mrs. Rose Ma
guire. of Philadelphia.
George Mahoney, of Washington,
visiting his sister, Mrs. Joseph
son
ie
Mancill.
Carriage upougCH, cbamol
(skin niflo
battling etiougos aud tollot W. U, Taylor
802 King street,
N otice - i, tho mas Watkins, thr
tenant aud occuiiunt of the hou*c. situat
ed ot H. W. Corner Kr
utrai't*. in the 2 d
mington. in tho
State of Del aw
■3 of th
a-.d King
f tho city of Wil
ouutv of New Cm tie nnd
l.
•-« with the re
.1 of tlie Ooaeral As^era
quire
biy
le and provided, do hereby
K>vft notice that I shall apply in writing to the
Court ofQuneral Session* of the State of Dels
MON
;ch v.
x in und for Now Caatle c
DAY' the Ijth day of Sept, A. D. 1902. being tha
next te
Mild house a
therein of intoxicating lhju
ties than
. und tlie
bv,
a U.
•tuvern, for the sale
in los* uuauti*
i quart, tci be drunk on the promt
following rosueoruble cltuen* of
nt least twul
of said court, f<
tor
aub-tantlal freeholder! of said ward ract,
mend tlieaiUdappUcatlnu. via:
of whom
Charles l : . Sparks
Itiiiao Krtolievsky
Bumbury Murray, Jr. (Jcorge McConnell
Henry Blouth
John T Knotts
John A Murpby
John SteUner
W ri Dally
Thoinu* t Dally
Michael lUfforty
A.buri F Burr
White
John A MoGowua
*!SuJ
W
K O'Counell
H A Parsnns
Philip Lynch
John O Sv.tton
W h' Hr
.Tamer Bio
John i£ SkHlley
T H DulglHoa
fi rafter U
John Brady
Mcguada
J*
J
THOMAS WATKINS.
ptjblicsalp:
Will be (old at publlo
TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 181:,
at 19 o' dock » m,
ile
On lot 14th aud
and iluepon taken off Washington $
bridge tc Iota Y allow pine ;
feeMxlO, lbto it feet ling; IO.OiX feel,
IU fcot long; t.9C feet lz<, 13 tc H 1*9 1 loug,
oak plank(•—12,090 fees, 9x10 au
14.0 feet long, 6U9 .1 f«»t .cag, C00
feet 1x19. >0.9 and \i foe* leugf 2099 leet 9xd
U feet tong Ter mi caeh.
STIDHAM A SON, son.
loqui
ingtoo Btr
planlii
- 4i, JUfl
N
whi
For portlcu!
dler, Levy Court Commusiouer.
• f Biille
» Clian
r }- 8 t
N otick-tub pa utnsushi? of j.
Harry Gordon aud David MoHmry,
Mj rob ant Till or*. WU. 20# an-.i 9i»' Markal
•troot, it tim day 4ia»olv«d bjr mutual
sent. D. MsHenry will
due the fir
..eel sil bi
and pay ait Ibe dlls tad v'.li
oia at tbs old stand loins las/ohaiil
tailoruig. wborsoe wtil ba f'.sd V> %»)•
all friomls sud patrons ot tbs firm,
n? it)
*/
D. MchSNHY.
OH bALB—A PINK BKOWN MA Ail COM
— ingO/oars aid. kind and giutie; a cood
driver, fearless of loetmocive or troll *y;
perfectly sound, will work anywhere, si:
tingle or double; weighs U7» lbs.; .b>« 's »
(tret Blass all around mars aud is only told be
cause the owner hna no rurtner
team; will also sell buggy and harness (near •
ly new). For particular* address James
Clark, Marahalltoa, Dal. »7-it|
fc
for a
W ANT15D—OA RPKNTBIt OH BUCLOliB
to join lot owner in building 9 to 14
oil houses. Addroes ilousea, Republican
s
Western Union Hotel
Philadelphia, Pquua., August 7.
The Western Union Telegraph!
Company this morning began to re
more their office fixtures from the
main waiting room of the Broad
Street Station. They will have va
rated before nightfall, and an soon,
as they are out the Postal Company!
will take possession. The thirty)
day's notice to leave given the
Western Union by the Pennsylvan
ia Railroad expired today and early,
in the forenoon' a number of men
were put to work to cut cut the
wires and take away the furniture.
The office in the Broad Street
Station, as well as the numerous
other station offices on the line of
the Pennsylvania, have been occu
pied under a verbal agreement be
tween the two companies terminable
at any time upon thirty days notice
by the railroad company.
was
home
East
and
by
their
pros
who
his
busi
will
Ei
is
Ber
days
is
at
his
J.
is
in
Waiters To Play Porters
On Tuesday August 19, tbs Sub
urban Walters and the looal Porters
will play a game of base ball on tbe
South Side Park grounds. The pro
ceeds will go for the benefit of the
Sarah Ann White and the Layton
Homes. A handsome prize will be of
fered and will be on exhibition at tho
grounds.
The Waiters uniforms will be
white duck trousers, black sweaters,
white shoos and black caps. The
Porters will wear dark blue trousers
and shirts, white caps and black
shoes.
Both teams aro practicing every
day and a good game Is expected. The
admission for men will be 15 cents.
Ladles 10 cents. No extra charge
for the grand stand. A league um
pire has been engaged to umpire tho
game.
To Improve Dover Streets.
Dover, I)el. ( Adjust 5,—Dover's
Coancil ta determined to improve
the appearance of the streets
and will probably begin by macad
amizing Lockermau street, tho
principal business street of tbe city.
The street is now covered with a
hardshell surface, but requires
ifequent repair. .Sonic time ago
council tfotified all property owners
of Dover that pavements must bt»
put in good condition at once, and
to-day sent out a final notification
that where property owners^are
delinquent the repairs will be made
by Council at tbe expense of the
owners. Dover's treasurer ha9 re
ported to Council a balance of $2543.
81 in the general fuudand $1301.81
in the water tund.
Found D.-ud
The body of a young colored mail
was found on tho tracks of the P., W.
& B. railroad, at 57th street, Phila
delphia this morning. From tha
battered condition ot the corpse, it is
believed the man was struck by a
train and killed. The body was ta
ken to tlie morgue, whore it awaits
identification.
Tho police believe tlie man to be
Adam Harris, who boarded at 11,17
Lombard street. Harris worked /or a
contractor, who Is excavating for the
new Stratford Hotel, at Broad and
Walnut streets, but was discharged
last Tuesday night, and has not been
seen since. Harris left tlie Lombard
street liouso that night end is still
missing.
FiiiRlnenra mid Luborcru Killed. 1
MARSHALLTOWN, In., Aug. 7
Two engineers and many laborers were
killed yesterday afternoon in a colli*
sion two miles west of Rhodes, this
county, between a fust freight and a'
work train. It Is not known how many
were killed, but eight bodies had been'
recovered at last accounts. Both
gineers were killed, and
leg was cut off. The other fireman
was saved hy jumping. Seventy-eight
laborers were on the work train. The
freight met tho work train going at
full speed on >t reverse curve.
fireman's
Eleven Killed In Wreck
Des Moines, la.,Aug. 7.—Early
this morning a special train brought
nine of the men in the wreck on the
Chicago, Milwuakee and St. Paul
Road at Rhodes. One of the men,
the fireman is dying. The special
train is in charge of tho company's
railroad surgeon who said 11 were
killed and 39 injured.
The following statement has been
issued from the office of the general
superintendent of the Milwaukee and
St Paul road in Chicago, regarding
the accident at Rhodes:
•'At 1.20 o'clock yesterday after
noon a work train and a freight train
collided on the Omaha division of tlie
St. Paul road, two miles west of
Rhodes, Iowa, killing both engineers
in lantly as well as twenty laborers.
Twenty others, all laborers wore in
jured.
An Enjoyable Picnic.
An enjoyable picnic to Point
Lookout was given on Wednesday
'to the members of the choir of
Sacred Heart Church by their pas
tor the R ev, Father Hugo O. S. B.
D uni fur Mel ou Vines, 1
nite to dust on your melons
and cucumber vines ot first appear
•e of the vitora and other beetles
should he made in this way: Boil one*
half pound of white arsenic,
Dry
one
d of salsoda in one-third gallon
ater, until tlie arsenic is ull dia
Take
po
f
solved.
some quicklime and
ith the arsenic solution un
powder, and It will
Hake it
til the lime is
take about a gallon of lime, perhapa
less to take up the arsenical water;
then dilute this with more lime to
mako five gallons of dry lime and
arsenio to dust on the buggy plants*
Make dry Bordeaux for fungus by dls*
solving your bluestone in water, then*
taking, the blue water to slake enough
quicklime to make a dry, blue dust t«
shake on.—Frdit World.
Remedy for lire Htlngi,
ififul in case of
the sting
aa quickly u» possible with the flngei
nail. Then with t
squeeze 11 :e
starts from it. TIkMi
holic kolorl
Salicylic acid is
bee stingK.
First
Hit
b and flngei
vound until the blood
pply an alco
of :> arid, after which
l with collodion, so at
paint Di
to oxclude tho oir. Stings treated
in this
I
il! ;
and hardly any in
ing. The'nrM an
obtained nt h :i" .
sr but little pain
nuiution
'ay
swell
1 collodion may b®
"tig Btore at Bmall
on bund, ready for
expense, und ke:
use al any niumui.t.

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