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-pAl T ' ♦ -1 t V ♦ 1 ESTABLISHED 163 a. WILMINGTON, DEL AAV AI1E, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1902. ONE CENT ONE CENT. ' SEASHORE RESORTS. | SEASHORE RESORTS. All.ANTICCITV N. J. ATLANTIC CITV, N J. coLEiyc:^.isr house South Carolina Avenue and Boardwalk. t aniee houia like hotel at loavmnblo nricoj, jir hoars of city Had all bad*. Hot mid co.i baths Light, air/ Jatej $1 cl)per day uud up. $3,0J per week auo uo, Capacity JTiJ. G. L. COLKIIAN, JR., PROP. "For those who places of amun(tmt) t'.OOIUU. lu-J, ICxn.Ulo T THE STJLITXjE'2' Ocean Enel South Carolina Avenue. Weekly rates $8 upward until July 1st. MI LLER & DUNLOP. Excellent table. HOTEL STERLING, Ocean End of Kentucky Avenue, ATLANTIC CITY, N. I. LOCATED CONVENIENT TO PIERS AND CASINO. t'citfctiucled of Hionu (l BroU,—Fireproof. STEAM HEAT ELECTRIC LIGHT ELEVATOR. M s; s Single Pill In. LUXURIOUS API'OINTAIBNTS AND ELEGANT SERVICE AT MODERATE PRICES ¥M. I. FINCH, Owner and Prop. Write for Booklet and Special Spring Katas. ' "0 Those Desiring An Unassuming, home like house, abso lutely clean, good table, quick service, we call attention to HOTEL IMZ-ALTZESTLC. .. tliinl Iioihs fra Be V boat; baths; specially ft. C. OSBORNE. hi 1 Japacltv 253; large sun parlor; tv apriug rate; $2 to 51) daily ; $'-* $14 would y; New York Avenue, near tho Beach. D. JCN^YUJiK CHESTER INN HOTEL DENNIS Ku larged anil beautifully linin' private tiled butha wilh hot aiul col l «• frenli water. Liberally appoiutrd In u between I. booklet WALT Kit J. BUZBY nd ory lio hotel feature. Exclv.sivo I, aud boardwalk • Write for LA FONTAINE Ocean eml Kentucky nven eellHUt table, R. B. PARKER, Owner nnd Proprietor. lodorate Home comforts, rales. THE SUNNYblDb 9 South Illinois Aveune. "'X Homo like; first class table; terms •tie. j,. GU1SW1TE. Prop. Hotel, HurrU * Formerly of Tom pen liuru. Pa. _ THE MARION , South, moderate. ,00 Sonl.il rurollnu Av bvauli, Tu. First 1 Near tli ClassTublo. HOTEL ARNO •1 tins Doiir.lwnllc. l Avc i canucity o'JO. Forty oc • day and up. Loujf uwtftftce Connect l>iuln« i rooms. $L1W p tehspb 4J3.L HOTEL SOTHERN float In n. t Uit Virutiiift i Situated /tlaulic City. WU fitted Pier uud of tbe best batnin I i ho tun it. I walls. Dir doru ill da 'I IX ce limit. Write furbooK N. H. BOTH WELL. nodcruto. (Jupxciiy HOTEL ESMOND mil the Bench New York A' mils. Qulolc tul table. Every Attnic ■ervico. Ilo :e, ok 90 lu $15 per Itnuilira uud sen Wilier 1 in etc. Itu cial term reek We make purlieu J. PAUL KILPATIMOK. VERMONT HOUSE Vermont Avon in Atlantic City, Thom ext pleasant lout illy hPUim* Popular ra Jf HN H. KiSDON* Idea STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL • t.lie Buacli. Iona dis Kentucky Avenue Appointments first class telep.ioud 451 F; cnnuoiiy M |i4.50 per day. $idl) to $1 $1.5J to JJ |> VINUK-.t & CO J Mutiuif, EDEN HALL £9South Penuryl Otic door above Pacific, 1 la block from beucli $S t3 Open July 1 to '. (ctobor 1, ll>04 915 per week; write early lor ouoico of r tier ell MRS. M. 11KNKY, Proj all 1'iU.Z.l lll J. I. A. H. Mcl.c ijiiiii, Jlaujgc BERKSHIRE INN till Eml. I August—12.00 Ylr a- .1 my* Bpeciai r •nd 00 per day; $1U nnd ?I5. (j'apac.ly JUK), Unohstrucbtil Large, pltfusaut rooms, singlo »uil Fluvulor, steam heat, balli.j, uud oV iert. Booklet. ek per View. I mi biiito. ory cum J. O. & J, F, DIUKiNSON. tjcciut rutoa for Hepleiuhor 12.(W aud $h.atf per day, $tf to $12per tk. HOTEL CARLSBAD Couueetiout aud Atlautio Avenuoi Five minutes from boaeli. B ithi, jta ; oi door; cupaulty l->0; r.tle« $7 lo$14 ij per day. Buffet. John u. Walker. pass per wcek,$l, CAPE MAY P INT, N J, CARLTON HOTEL the bench, accommodates 40), orchestra Ihliing, boating, gutiuiug, bathing, floo table; ball every eveuing: gooi bioyoie roads; terms $7 to $U per book lot. Directly ; sand KELLY & WEAVER SURF HOUSE Ocean front. 1; otenu view from nuly. it home to biilltiug . $J to wry.?'.' G AMNON WRIGHT. tiwLCUeliiitgton ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 9 the beach; MJB 1 1 Virgin l * iliCKl S v|' _ (ortabU e Table^nd V-5> Che i e unsurpassed, dny. White Jor W'*cfciv ntrs n-*id THEO; L. HAWKINS. V %P K i ! bv AUBURN HOUSE lllKouLU Guorgla n venue. Boardiu£ by tho day or woclc. MILS. • U, LEEDS, Proprj. THE EVELYN 1J02 Pacific Avon It Is boautifully located and very coutraf bniiti; 0 squiiio irom llie beach, aud square from the Peiraaylvaunt depot ; tu bio Ural class; terms moderate. AILS. A. J. AIKEN, THE ELBERON Corn nr Tennessee and Pacific Avenues. Central locution. Special rate until July 15th $7 (o ill) pur week. lvOBT, B. LUDY, SI. D. HOTEL CFIETWOODE Pftcilio uud Indiana Avca, tic City, N. «F k from* At] Ope mis •ouglxmtt (lie year, m i) miuiiio Mod: boach. bjiccial n AihB. P. A. DEMPSEY. HOTEL OSBORNE Con er Arlcut Seventeenth ele vuU nan and Pacific Avei, sun; huinali'ce; fine table; iciy. R. J. OSBORN <& $S to ut AVON INN Near Lu Virginia uve baths, purl eiuvaior, slca.a bent $10 pec up. J A SIRS f . SMITH. THE BROOKEHURST VirKiuftt Av» d Beach. Oipaci . 44 ; spria^ day LI Mi day j. BURUELL& BROWN. HEADQUARTERS For tVilmluirtouiaiij. Hotel Port 011 , v Hulmhluitdloipn matt eml Tf nveuuj .l< E. B. YOOKHEI.B. HOTEL LA MA5C0T 91111 to illi Pacific avenue, f.icmjf oceau. odati ilete; hot b 11 tin, la. uud $1.50 per da/; $7 bloc.i from iiuauuig able. dividual s to $1.) per I* VICO. $1 week. O .'acity^W. Fir hi L. E. KifDlDKE u.*|» 1 Mi: u :uWn Washington hotel G( aud tho loach. $7 per week il upward Hi op lit door; tables re bringing their uwu Ui'lnus u coats. tr ains loivo.l for parties l 6H, cuffed uud suit E. 1'EllUEKT. LINCOLN INN 0 .Moimt Von Avenue, elegantly furubtheil, first light. ctmLr baths hot and L class tabi", y Joeutod. I M. A. TOMLINSON. WM. PENN HOTEL aud Bath Houhoi, Newly F lhe Hoard walk bctw<v ;1 Moi ida AveuuoH. tishe.1. Georgia, Dirucliy I li st class modHtion* at very modar ate i a . Capacity for Id6. P. U, TIFFANY, Proprietor. ONEY LOANED M ON GOOD MUST MORTQ<GRS iN AMOUNTS FROM IllMM TO $50,(WC Al' CURRENT HA 1Kb. HAWKINS k CO. » 4-iufri-tf 71.MAR17E1 srilEAT DNPROVOKED ASSADLT. Atlantic City, N. J.. August 7.— Attorney General Knox was the vic tim of a most brutal aud unwarrant ed assault hero late last night in the cafe of one of the must aristocratic hotels. The trusts against which Mr. Knox has been pitted, were the cause of the attack ou the Cabinet- mem ber. The three men who sot upon Mr Knox in the cafe wero nouc other than Charles T. Schoen, tha multi c, of Philadelphia and ; Theodore Cramp, a mem millionaire I Pittsburg bor of the treat shipbuilding firm, of Philadelphia, and a Mr. "Stevenson, also well known in Philadelphia. Attorney General Knox was knock ed out In the argument—not figura tively, but literally, lie was attack ed by three men, and superior num* I bers defeated him. Theodore Cramp is the man who delivered the blow Unit landed squarely on the Cabinet member's solar plexus. It was a right hander that sent the Attorney General spinning backward. The blow landed fairly on the belt of the Attorney General, who found himself opposed to three men ali much larger and heavier than he. The blow staggered him back against the wall. At that moment a half dozen waiters rushed up. The head waiter seized Mr. Crainp from behind, pin ion mg his arms. Another grappled with Mr. Stevenson and dragged him out of the struggle. Others took hold of Mr. Schoen, who was not prepared to offer much resistance. Mr. Kuox was speedily surrounded by his friends, and they quietly retir ed from the cafe and were driven away to their hotel. The blow lie received from Mr. Cramp had stunned him for a moment, hut he quickly recovered. Mr. Schoeirhimself is thesomclime president of the Pressed Steel Car Company, uf Pittsburg. Ho hold many of the patents, and finally a company was organized, and he cai out of it with many millions to his credit. The company was a factor in a trust. He formerly resided in this city and is well known ' here. S.nith Returned City Oouncllmah Henry It. Smith and his family have retutnt-'J from a trip lo Garni any. Mr. Smith arrived In New York on tho steamer Penn sylvania return night. It was expected Mr Smith would attend Hie regular meeting of City Council last evening, but ire was too tired lo leave his home until Council waa nearly over. lie was given a hearty welcome. After the meeting of council Mr. Smith met the members and olli-.ers of council in the mayor's office and presented them will) cigars smokers and pipes brought from Germany. Doctors L twyara name, Arrangements for the ball gamy between the doctors and lawyers .to be played at South Side Bark, on Aug. 20th for tiie kenelil of ilia McKinley Monument fund have about complet ed and the players for tiie Lwp teams wilt be announced in a fr.v days. There has been 5000 tickets print ed and it is expected that they will all be sold. Admission will bs ]5 cents aud Id cents extra for the grand suind. Co'JncJm Wednesday but did not ntil last to Wilmington CAPE At AY, IN J OCEAN VILLA 51 Jnoksnn street. Under tho MR*. .1. s. ROl f of abl E\ «iiu d. THE UREXTON Mod Thorouj,'bl el. i J. >;iW E Op, THE CHALFONTE Flue oca: llU.!J) 5. W. GOLT. ELBERON Iraprovo.I Oppi.fi ti squares! ruia .. Hall. T' Coutfroa J. 1C WILSON, J' >P. THE RUDOLFli Perry sir. Thoroughly roi Opo it aud B.i A' J Jilts. II. C. HL'QHEi. THE ALDINE DeOt • bt., First hoiua from Bf pop till • Wilmiiigiiot: house, k i apply THEO. MUELLER, Prop. VICTORIA Ooeau Kttl of Uotigreis s bra .it, iou Unsurpassed. Fiue.La.vu. Mol •uiy equipped. Largo ulry roums. Modur upon uli r.Of-nl .1. s. WALKS. STAR VILLA Ocean Street <1 Boaeli AVBHU3. uudtvd foot of bjioh. Touth Withlu Beusoui M. Is. RICH A It DSCN. CARROLL VILLA Jackdoi> street near Bunch B nilnvar 1, Centrally located. Cool YerauiahH. Tonui " application. MRS. T R. BROOKS. MILLER COTTAGE. No. 4 Perry stroot. Near Buacli uud Peuu, li. If, Station. Thor* oughty renovated. Table auppliuddirect from farm. Homo Comtons. Write for B- S.UlLmii, PROP. our tei CRASH IN BIG TRAIN SHED. Philadelphia, August 7.—The number 13 played an Importaut part in an accident shortly before noon yesterday in the Droad Street Station train shed, and although no one was injured, several narrow escapes were made. Standing upon track No. 13, well down to* ward the bumper, were two passen ger coaches. Shortly after 11 o'clock the second section of train No. 42, from Washington, made up principally of heavy Pullman cars, and drawn bv one of the company's big passenger engines, rolled into the train shed upon the same track, at a fairly model ate speed. The engineer calculated to bring his train to a stop at a safe distaoce from the two passenger cars and all would have gone well had the air brakes not refused to work at the proper time. When the engineer attempted to apply the air brakes did out re spond, and with the heavy weight of the Pullmans behind, the inter distance was too short in which to stop the train, and the big locomotive crashed Into the first nger car, crushiug in the end. The blow iorced the second cur. next to the bumper, up against it, and when the forward truck of tint car struck the bumper the force behind pushed the car oil the truck, over tlie bumper into the iron fence separating the station lobby trom the train shed. Tassengeis were hurryiug to and from the trains when the crash came and that no one was in the way of the passenger car as it went crash ing into the trou fence was almost a miracle. The crash, which was ac companied by a grinding noise as the timbers of the cars wero being crushed and the bodv of the passen ger coach forced over the bumper and into the fence created the great est excitment and many a blanched luce was visible among employees and passengers when all was over. In addition to the passenger coaches which were wrecked, tne pilot! and headlight of the locomotive were badly d s^t about removing the damaged cars and in several hours all the wreckage had been clcahed. aw vening pa Workmen at once aged. Reported Chester August 8—Two cases of smallpox wero reported yesterday and one was conveyed to tho Muni cipal Hospital. The patients were Mattie Hell, of No. 220 Ero'omal street, and a three-year-old child named Haycock, residing at Second and Parker streets. The Hell case was taken to the hospital, but when the ambulance drove to the Hay cock house, the father refused to allow the child to be taken to the institution, saying that they would care for it themselves. The house is reported to be unfit for the care of such a patient, and an effort will be made lo make the parents see the advisability of sending tho child to the hospital. The case is a serious the child being afflicted with what is professionally known as con fluent smallpox. Three cases were taken from Chester Heights yesterday and are now at the hospital. All are colored aud belong to tiie same family known by the name of Derry. Hj W. n The B;t Chester Aug. 8.—William Cunning ham and Michael Callahan got Into an argument yesterdav lelative to the speed of Cunningham's bay horse or the time in which it could travel from Third street bridge, Chester to Nineteenth and South streets, Phila delphia, a distance of 15 miles. Callahan waggered Cunningham $5J even that he could not make the trip in 1 hour and 25 minutes. ' The horse was hitched to a buggy and the start made ham at the riDbons and Callahan fol lowing in a hired team. When tha destination was reached, it was found that Cunningham's nag had perform ed the feat in just 1 hour and 14 minutes and was in good condition at the flesh. Another race lias been arranged to take place over the same course on Thursday, August 21. Callahan will match his own horse against the one driven by Cunningham yesterday. The race will be for $50 a side. Fxcursi >n To Ocean City. The Pennsylvania Uiilroad Com pany ran an excursion from Wil mington to Ocean City, Md., yester day. .Some four hundred persons irom here took advantage of the trip. Before the excursion train reached Ocean City it consisted of 21 cars, and two locomotives were required to haul the train of cars. There were live other excursions to this resort on Thursday which greatly swelled the population for the day. Two Cast one ,'ilh Cunning End ii«e4 J W Wrightlngton Tiie Eleventh Ward League held an enthusiastic and largoly-atlcnded meeting last evening. The league unanimously endorsed James IV. iVrlghtlnglon as a candidate for the legislature from the Fifth Rcpre seutatlvc district. Mr. Wrlglitingtun was tho league's candidate for City Councilman from the Eleventh ward In the last city election and he re duced the Democratic majority down to 47 votes. Mr. Harry Walker of State Koad hasscuured u line pojition in this city. Advertise in the Republican* STANSBDRY MURRAY. Stansbury Murray, Jr., colored, who died on Wednesday, was one of the best known colored persons in the state. He was 58 years of age, having been born in 1844 near Fel'oo, Delaware. The deceased came to this city when he was but 18 years old and remained here until the time of his death. Shortly after [coming to Wilmington he got a position as steward on a steamer between this citv and Philadelphia. This posi tion he held for nearly 20 years an d became well known and much liked among the passengers. After leav ing that position he opened a saloon on Front street, which he conduct ed (or many years. The deceased was very promi nent and a leader wilh the colored people uf Wilmington. He was a member of Hiram Grand Lodge and Blue Lodge,, No. 2 0 Masoua. He is survived by a wife but no child lie is siso survived by four brothers and six sisters as follows: S. 11., 10. D., Isaac and Silas Mur Mary A. Huckster, Katie Henrietta Truitt, Rosie and Martha Murray, re «. ray. Millis, Truitt, S. K Fireworks Display Tonight Tiie display of fireworks over the lake at Urandywine Springs Park tonight after the iulermiaion at the band, wiil introduceseveral set pieces and many of the mid-air explosives which have come to he a feature of an event of this kind. The Park management has spent much money on these pyrotechnic display this season and will continue them as long as the public continues to show the same amount of interest in them as they have been doing. No more ex cellent location could be found for a display of this kind than over the lake, where the display may be view ed from those around the water edge or from the high bluffs immediately surrounding. Company makes special arrangements to Handle Hie cr always in evidence on Fiiday even The ['copies' Kail way liich are mgs. fnnmlinn Yuelit Won. MOXTKEAL. Amy. S.-Tlu* first race in Hu* Sen I.uke clip s -nrs iutory for Tri Louis (*ii(l<*d in :i Si. It WflS dout. the Ciiniidin defender. , nnd the start Tecumseh to windward, but alar prow really decided the day. •rossed the line within a minute Trident, who ds behind her, had cut across her •eather position. Throughout the race the defender pointed 20 degrees higher than the »very way. She led at the first buoy by •TV minutes and steadily increased her lead, vs and gained the 1. challenger and outsailed her i i tho Trnnavnnl. S. - The Gtonihle War BOMB, (VI t alia the si i i i publishes an Interview vitli of former Secretary Beitz of •ho has arrived at Na the Trans ml. tIlls interview Mr. Beitz (le- j in the Transvaal pies. I dared that vould roeommei r nnil Children Crei ited. Mnllii . MIDDLETOWN. N. Y.. Mrs. Emilio Lombardi nnd tw( i.fl.or luiye lieei burned ti death at tho Union Dairy company**! creamery in the town of Crawford, this county. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. A stogie trust has been formed with $0,500,000 capital. The North Dakota tax equalization board has increased railroad valuation. die. $ 1,000 a Prohihilion speakers have decided to make a campaign tour through Mimic a giant: automobile. Sola Ji irteen persons were killed ana Fi many others injured by an explosion in the iron works at Camargo. Spain. 1'cople Jiving the country west of Nashville. Tenn., are being terrorized •iris who ..illy i'scai)oU Goal liy n till! Tennessee slate prison. Dtlajrate Named There is opposition among the Republicans of White Clay Creek hundred and asaresult two meetings wero held at Newark last night to elect delegates for the state con vention. At ode of tho meetings the dele gates choosen wero: Jj\ W. Curtis, li. W. Dawson and Benjamin Peter, Sr., alternates, George K. Spence, r.oonrrd Lovvett and Walter F. Southgate. At another mooting tho delegates were: F. W. Curtis, Dr. Columbus, Henry and William Chandler; Alter nates (1. L. Spence, George Modill, Sr. and Oliver llothwell. Trliil Free. Dr. Humphreys' Witcli Hazel Oil cures Piles, or Ileiuorrhoids-Exter nal or Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching or Burning, Fissures a nd Fistulas. One application briu gs relief. To more thoroughly intro duce this valuable ointment, wo mail a sample sufficient for a trial, free ou request. Address Hum phrey's Medicine Co., corner Wil liam and John streets, N. Y. city. F or State Senator ' ' George W. Sparks has announced his candidacy for State Senator from tho First Senatorial districts. Mr. Sparks is a well known Republican, being.at one time President of the Youug Men's Republican Club. He has always taken a great interest lu politics and is in every way well qual ified for the position which he seeks. tm SOME REASONS. Wliy Wilmington People Should Follow This Val uable Advance. Because the proof is in Wilming ton You can easily investigate it. Not necessary to experiment. With some untried remedy. Profit by tbe experience of a citi zen. Mrs. Philip Riley, No 103 North Orange street, says:—"I was inter viewed sometime in the summer of 18117 by a gentleman who asked me for my experience with and opin ion of Doan's Kidney Pills. Previous to obtaining them at Danforth's drugstore I suffered dreadfully from pains across my back. I dreaded even to stoop so that the results ob tained from using Doan's Kidney Pills I know how to appreciate. One and a half boxes cured me. I am not the only one in our family who has used Doan's Kidney Pills aud received marked benefit. Both my mother aud husband have taken the preparation aud we can all join in emphatically endorsing it. I told the interviewer at the time just what I have stated and I can con scientiously say my opinion about Doan's Kidney Pills is unaltered. They are up to representations. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the U. 8. Remember the name—Doan's— and take no other. TIIE WEATHER. In the Middle States and New Eng land to day clear weather will pre vail with cooler temperature and westerly winds. On Saturday fair to partly cloudy weather will prevail, and warmer. On Sunday, clear and warmer weather will prevail with westerly winds. The thermometer at W. C. Taylor's drug store 302 King street today reg istered as follows: 7 o'clock 10 o'clock 1 o'clock 80 bS CASES IN CITY COURT Before Judge Cochran in the City Court today Charles Frank admitted iie nad partaken of too much re freshments. Louisa llcudel testified that lie came lo her house last night aud knocked on her door and when she came out he cursed her and fell down from exhaustion. The line was $2 and costs. Walter Brown, colored, appeared in the dock with a liberal supply of bandages on his head. Officer Hutton testified lie found the prisoner and another man light ing on the pavement. Brown stated that he had a horse and carriage and the crowd jumped him. A blow from a black jack knocked him down. The fine was $5 and costs amounting to Martin Dolan was charged by Offi c°r John F. Ward with being drunk and disorderly, lie found him ou tbe steps at Front and West with his siioes off. He cursed the officer and lore his coat. He is subject to lits and was dismissed. Stella Green, colored, was charged with reckless driving. Officer Thomas F. Kelley testified that lie saw lhe girl driving Waiter Brown's horse was going at Lhe rate of ten miles an hour. Tiie horse was driven on the pavement and the wheel broken as weil as the harness. The tine was $5 and costs. Mrs. Ella Pepperman was the first witness against Charles Worth for having a dog run at large vvl thout a muzzle. Market street. She Tho chickens wero on a lot between Thirty first and Thirty second street and the thy curried off a number of them. Mrs. Simmons has seen his dogs running al large without a muzzle a month ago. Mrs. Sharpless testified that she saw a dog kill the chickens on a lot. Dog catcher Kupp notified tiie do fondant's wile about tiie dog. Worth saiil tiie dog was a pup and got away without hint knowing it. lie gave tiie dog away on Tuesday night and did not have the dog yesterday, ilo wanted time lo summon witnesses. Tiie court imposed a lino of *2 and $5 and 85 cents, Edward Lee, colored was [charged with assault ou Sarah G. Purnell,col ored. Ho struck her about the taco and then banged her wilh a stick, lie wanted to get a gun lo scoot her. lie was lined *10 and costs. TYYTTTYT ffffffffffffffffffffjf fJTfJJflfJffffPfJff C After Shaving An apol cat Ion of Belt's Violet Wltcb Hazel Will alloy the irritati the skin in a sutl, healthy condition. An excellent propnrath nioviug tau, auu burn Correct odors ai ration. 25c. a bottle. — amt leu ■moth id d i cities. •Istng from pcrspl I BELT'S PHARMACY Sixth and Market Street-;. UUUU U UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU"""a t One Brother Stabs Another Chester Aug. 8.—George Walker, colored aged 27 years, wlio lives at No. 248 Welsh street was stabbed last eveniog by bis brother John durihg a quarrel over a woman, in what is known as "Longbotham's Court;' a colored settlement located between Franklin and Fulton and Tbird and Fourth streets, in the Sixth ward. The victim is in the Chester Hos pital and the physicians think that the point of the knife, with which the wound was inflicted, penetrated the brain is only a matter of a few hours. John Walker was asleep when the officers found him and made no re sistance. lie admitted that be and he and his brother had had a fight and that he had cut him with a knife. Ho said that George had been beating a woman, that lie had inter (erred to save the female and that George had beaten him. Then he drew his knife, an ordinary pocket affair, and plunged with itatGeorge. He did not know the extent of the injury and naid so little attention to the "scrap" that he went home and went tosleep. tamp Opened Last NGht Brandywine Summit Camp was opened last evening with a plitform and consecration service in 'the main tabernacle. The service was largelv attended both by visitors and tenters The Rev. Dr. It. II. Adams, spir itual dliector of the camp, presided over the opening service, and urged all the tenters to attend the services regularly and to give him their co operation to make tbe services a success spiritually and every other way. He referred to the expressions of many persons that indicated an awakened spirited interest. Others who spoke briefly included Presiding Elder Robert Watt, the Rev. W. L. S. Murray, Samuel IT. Barnard and others tenting in the woods. Mrs. Thomas Benson di rected the singing for Ilia worship. The opening sermon will he preached this moruing at 10.30 o'clock by the Rev.- R. P. ICarholsen, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Chester- Belbe. WWYTnmTTTfWTTTTYTT TTTTTJYWnfTTYTWJTTWI 3 GOOD FOR ONE VOTE. i cur THIS OUT 3 and write tho name of tho player 3-011 wish to vote for and send to the HliPUDLlCAN Office. e t Name, .... Club, .... liliiiiAilimjiiAimUUUllll lUkLiikLikiikikS • • • 3 Tieruey, 'Wilmington, Deal, Wilmington. A. A. Will Brennan, HigliSchool Hoffman. Wilmington A. A. Barton, Wilmington A. A. Meyers, Wilmington, Walker, Wilmington H. Frantz, B Middle, H. S. Sliumar, Wash. Senate Aul.rey, Wilmington A. A. (4. Bradford. C. (Jiaimntle, Red Star Jr. 7(114 5708 4220 075 504 500 410 288 207 140 no 115 CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, CA ^ tarrb, llheumatism, Neuralgia, quick relief. Dr. Montgomery, 209 N. Ninth street, Phila., Pa. OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN TH \T ALL 8 til to III >r bofor '2 there will bo Ji-» p« nceordiiuee v/ith h od Code, L Clerk of the Pe N due and n he 50th day or August 190.', . added tliereto. in . chapter (Jb. Revn l .aid s of Doi WINFIELD S. QUIGLEY, , Now C.iHtle Oiunt/, Wlliniuqtoa, Del, July Jl, 1901 • al N OTICB-ALL KINDS OF ui-hed at tdio nhorteit HELP FUR farm h is. dairy me , KirduerH, coach«nei bermuidH, and Iiclp i • aaply Wl Kiu« atroa jydl-lm Hf'K, oil! •al. Addreai EVERY DAY Reduced is bargain day bore, shoes to lit most any feet. BARGAINS As wo quote them mean most worthy Shoes priced way be low their actual worth. Better look them over and satisfy yourself about it. Gallaher & Pyle SUCCESSORS TO FAY^S& CO., 424 Market Street. ALARMED! ALA KM CLOCKS, have inures, or repent a -gat-up kina, ri i; tvetjr few sjc FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN REPAII I.Nfi WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY—1. R THOMAS. /-J D & A Phone 3D A. 15 oti(l* for K nu hour Harry E. Thomas & Co., 509Harket St Papers Refused Judge Bradford in tbe United States Court yesterday refuted nat uralizaliou papera for Mayer Clo* rtok. Jacob Leopold and Magiatrat* .Moses Weil vouched for Chertolc. They test Tied that thev had knows him for the reqiured time ..nd Leo* pold stated that he knew Chertolc in Russia. Judge Bradford asked the vouch ers about the age oi the man when Chertolc he came to this country, having stated that he came here be. fore lie was eighteen years ol age. Aameither voucher could give testi mony ou this point the application was refused. Final papers were granted to James McClosky and Michael Kel leher, both natives of Ireland. In granting papers Judge Bradford is very careful to ascertain all the 'acts ... the case and asks question a^ordiog to how the man appl.e. ° r t - Da ' ,e "• there he ' a S 3 difference ,e * ee " lhe P a P er \° a man . c ?" . u#unl P bt '«' a ° d "'l" « g'>t<eu years of age. Man, vouch. ers do ot appear i 0 understand this amUI. ok ,t ,s sufl.eie.it to know how loB S a raaa has be "' ln COLInlr J To Take Down Steeple Tho purchasers of the old Second Baptist Churcli at the N. E. Cornel" oi Fourth and French streets, will iri a short time make preparations to remodel the building Into stores to be used for the Commission business. The old steeple will be taken down anil other improvements made which will add much to ils appearance. ONLY $1.00 TO BALTIMORE AND R3 STCRN VIA PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Special excursion Sunday next. Special train leaves Wilmington >J-00 a. m., returning, leave Balti more, Union station, 0.30 p. m. WANTED. T 8 W ANTED—HtidiP FUUNISHED FOR HO to Is restaurants and private faiuUie | at short notice. .Apply at Wilmlugto i Intel 4 lIi atreet. jy2J*tf I's Jltice, 214 ANTED - and rib hands. Apply at < harl«« 12th a- V a2*12t LOOFifirfM KXPKIUKNCB W 'J rlorUo., l'ophvi' street be l.Jth Hire \\J ANTED-5 VV Cast ID oou Po.sitioud in lhe G 5 YOUNG MSN FUOMNkW once to prepirn for out Service, Apply , Cellar i.upids, la. JelS-2 ino4* ty •re* lnac., VV RANTED—G1WL TO I,FAUN T Yt»£ tiu^. Apply ilil floor this offleo, V\7 iiNTK. —HKLP l UKNlrtHttD FO i tiO VV n is. restaurant* and nnvata lainllita itice. Apply »t\Vu i% -14 \V. 4th si Ssh :nt ILL PAY GOOD PllICK F pure. C. & J- Pyle C>., Holland aloft .vk sat (I tf PIG SON W oe stroo jo riSU-.SICUONDli AND FUliNIfUitH ire Imjn, o:C clothing. (Jail m YV A VVc buy carpets, ' part, also >*oo.l d to Mah> Hired. Dclin. phoua lGe. D As A; 10) A, H-fcf Bus. 504 a; w ANTED—C \ UPLN'TEK OU BUILDER lot owner in buildiu; 6 to 14 Addi oss Houaea, itepublioaa jol small lnu.se. 1 . office. R. DeIIARDT S pennyroyal PILLS. The only genuine Pen nyroyal Pills: fit druggists or bf mail $1.00. Office 209 N. Ninth street. Piilla. D km; sale. bJ QUA ItT MILK HOUTK, da flr« ati-Slf aiALK ))j>ly 1107 Dupont ^OR SALE--TUA L' NEW AND DtSitRA ; f«r li. HotTeekor. Jr., 4 or ji eod tf 1^ sidenee No. 814 Dr ble imply to .la: BuiiduiK, W Del. a four foot man officii ilii stool al Ml Mudlsduetro t. alt-it ' pOUSAL SUBSTANTIA I* 1 dwalling of / •; will natt IIUK1LL, Board Building. ' SALE-A GO >D story brick F°? wo ro|>ert/,4Jxll)J fset. rood d li d riluo. jy-»- W -liUHi SALE-A FINE BROWN MARE CX>M JL" me tf years old, kind and Kentl*; a cood roilejr ywhere either eighs 1175 lbs.; this la a are aud i a only sold be for a •Brit! i driver. k perfocrly so und, will ainglo or double; I flr loss :U! 0 further sell buKuy aud bar *t iciiiai'd .tddrusH ha,' 'll HUM . For 1 UiurU, Miirebulltou, Del. FOR KENT. Oi RENT-THAT LARGE TWO STORY 5 W. 'itli street, suitable b buildmj Na fur almost uny luu.l of busiuasa. Apply to James F, Sutton, UWJ W.Sth street. jett-eoovf The Equitable DUARANTEB and Trust Co., Ninth and JIarket fits. Capital ([™i) $500,000.00 | 00(3,000.00 Surplus uml ITofits Tl. A NS AC I'S A QEXKRAI. TRUST BI/81. NhisS' I'AVS IXT'ORBST UN UK POSITS OF MOMiV; RKXTS SAP'S IJBPOSIT iiOXI'.S; MANAOBS KKAl, BSl'ATB. UHIIsOTORS: Otlio Novylau'l S. Mi John Baucroft Fruukliii Taylor Samuel K Smith J. Wlllci us UoooU Goo- G. Lobdoll Pi caton Lea Thomas daemon Dr..?, A. Or Willi Uunu H. Swift th ilreu ti William W. Puaey William Bowo Edward Brlughurst, Jr T. Colai Juit-pb L Cur pouter, Sr i DuPoafc OFFICERS: PRESTON fits A. President. OTHO NoWLAND. Vice P J. T. PENN YPACKER.See. and Trust o.titer. RICHARD Rt;B$S5. A^fistaut IVoa^ur u*, R. MORRISON, Aeihtaut Ssoretar/. M. D CROSS AN , Real ERato O tioor. ''1 and Tran. A DIES—USE OUR HARMLESS RU&1RDT d period; 19 hmiieul (Jo. ifJj.jya-liMtf.nJa'i-U-l L for (lolayml i cm iinot fail; Milwaukee WU. suppress' -lii fro a.