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CITY COULCIL
MEETING.
Vr
#v
At-the moetiug of City Couneih
last night the resolutions of the ex
ecutive committee of the citizens
association condemning the propos
ed trip to Grand ltapids wus read
but no action was taken.
Tho fintiuce committee reported
in favor of returning overpaid taxes
to a number of petitioners.
City Treasurer Feaster reported
the balance iu hank to be $281,(lot.
i)0; received of First National Bank,
$5753 interest; George H. lioiighuian
$81.30; L. V. Kent, $3tl;.Ioliu Bough
limn $124.50; John J. Cassidy, $.V.t.
' 80; E. M. Savers, $2$,1U0; G. H. Mc
1 Call. $41,112j*: T. S. Lewis, $1,383.
Building Inspector t,'asaidy report
ed 17 permits issued for buildings
valued at $32,681; Oil Inspector
Ryan reported 15,480 gallons of oii
tested; Milk Inspector McEvilly,
245 inspections of 8.465 ipiurts of
milk, 65 samples taken and 16
diaries examined during the same
period. Crematory Inspector Cann
on reported 1,810,630 pounds of
garbage burned in July.
Ellen O'Toole, John R. Gallagher
Caroline Kush, Carrie A. Bishop,
Robert Rodman, Chariest'. Kurtz,
Henry Evans, G. A. Robinson. Wil
jmiugton City Railway Company,
iLucy H. Ewing, Thomas Hayes,
William J. Fisher, Richard Sidwell,
A. A. Ham bright, Charles R. Sherer
Mrs. Edmond Bayne, Willi;
Bon, Gibbous A Moore, and Thom
as L. Stungmore, asked for the
petitions were referred to the finance
committee.
Auditor Boughmun presented a
communication declining to approve
checks amounting to $650 drawn iu
favor of S. S. Adams, Jr., for ser
vices as assistant city solicitor- His
reason was that the act creating
[the office did not specify by whom
[the assistant, should tie elected. On
jmotion of Mr. Kune the law nun
iiuittee was instructed t
written opinion from the city solici
tor ou tho matter.
I
Jack
j One of the prettist yards in the
city is that of Mr. Coleman duPont
on Broome street above Liglith for
jmerly owned by (.'harles S. llowhunl
The yard is surrounded by a fence
lof white hydragas while tin* yard
is planted with treess, hrubhery and
[plants that give it ti most pleasing
effect to the eye. That is where
you can see tbe beauty of landscape
garduering. It is worth taking a
walk out iu that neighborhood to
get a look at this yard. Mr. duPont
has finished erecting a very com
mod ions stable in the rear of the
(property with entrance from >iinth
■street.
secure a
A handsome \ ard.
i
/ Pencader Hundred Republicans
■ The Republicans of Pencader
fWndred held ;t largely attended
imeeTTug at < ilnsg. i\v lust night, rim
following delegates were clmson to
j be voted for on August lbth for the
.State Convention. Delegates W. H '
Evans, Samuel Alriein iiiroh (lazier I
Alternates William I). Hall, Edward i
Walton and EugmiPaxton. I
Another
i
'etinu will I
Thursday night to give
citizens an opport unity to become I
candidates if they desire.
held on
auv other I
j
1
Hold A C
The Directors of the Street and
Sewer Depart merit and William S. I
Hides attorney fur T. Culeman du- I
Bont held a conlercnce Lius morning
When the button factory In .South I
Wilmington was built, Mr. duHont
claims that he had an agreement i
with the former board ot' Directors '
that, lien for the sewer would be
$2800 The present Board has lig
ured up the lien to be $9,300.
;
Public vale.
/ Stidham & S«
at Public Halo for (iourge S. Bigger
at his n
era, Bn
day, August 7th, 40 head of
from $3 »to $:»;» per head,
from $40 to $48, j
Tho sale was well attended.
:uii :
•ar Practical Farm
ly wine hundred 011 Thors
'rows, ■
spnugors I
all bulls, $2:». 1
ie picnic given by the Foresters
was IX ;
America at Bavarian Park
grand success.
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fTYfffTT TYTTYTYITTTTTTTY7TY? TTfTYTT? fTWTTfl fTfm7T
Half Prices
3
1
Will bo tlie erv for l>ut
a short time loiiu-or so it
on I
you want t
tlit* !>;u Ifuiiis tlint .-Miiiif; of
your friends
tii!king ubonl,
III
liavi* been
vou M het
3
lor Jinn v !
3
J
3
t:
The prices on the tick
ets have not been c]
| ed, you simply pay i tlie
i
iiriu
maruci price.
% 5.00 Suit
! . >0
l
4
0.00 Suits
7.50 Saits 5.75
H.Ori Suits |.l)G
10-00 Suits 5.00
12.00 Suits (iOO
15.00 Suits 7.50
:
:
\ See*
f in the
sonx*.' uf tbe samples
IV 111 <lo\v.
:
! <
: Open
: Saturihiy
Tms'lay
ovfMtinga
find
!
:
MAX EPHRAIM,
I
Ni;w VoltK
CLOTHING JlGl-.SE,
601 Market St.
i
Wext Door to
lay o i Hoj
In
3
iiifiUii liiiiili UAhii UiAiAU UiiiiiitiiiHH i
TEAS.
•i
COFFEE.
ii
That's our b usiness. noth
ing else.
No Presents. No hum
bug. Just Teas and Cof
fees at importer's prices
No Checks.
BEST TEAS 37
OTS.
LB.
j
None better at any price.
IMPORTER,
Seventh and King Streets.
I I FT: .'CCD TEA SEkVED DAILY
AMERICANS IN
THE ABBEY.
London's Inlerest in To
Aiorrows Ceremony Not
so Keen as it was in
June Last.
London,
A tig. 8,— Prince and
Princess Henry or Prussia and Princess
Louis uT liallenburg arrived in Lon
don to-day. Otherwise there
i the expected heavy in
llux of visitors for the coronation to
morrow. Oil the contrary,
Londoners are taking
lhe holiday to go into the
The weutlier Is squallv
the weather otlloe predicts
to-morrow. King I'M ward is expect
ed to witness a rehearsal of the core
nation ceremony at tlie
allornoon.
The "St. James's
that the crown will he placed ou the
King's head at ld.0>
morrow, (^ueen
crowned at 12. Id p. .\[
yet no sig
11 DitS Of
advantage of
country.
to-dav, but
sunshine
'dock lO
Alexandria will he
riie f Majas
ties will leave Westminster Abbey as
12.56 and will arrive at
Baiaee at 1.4o
Buckingham
c.ock.
The Abbey is now quite rcadv for
the oeremonv.
, ,
, ,H heaulilul gold is on tho
uiul it isn.-ully lmiffnilivent.
, ' ,An .y ( d tlm pieces
historical value.
m, vvo y /i a ,rH OJ
1 Majesties
ln ^ * • ^ ,v ' lt ci' [mrt of tin* <
mun - v :ire very line.
are of groat
' thrones upon which
'ill bo soitto l (lur
L'l't*
The one for
t been specially made.
the t^uei n has
They are biu
ig and roomv. are
up
'u I »y velvet with a
small, tasteful design of tho
shamrock and thistle.
J he top of the chair is surtnoun ted
Lh the royal crown with the lion i
bolstered in
rose,
Jl[ id unicorn.
Two other chairs naarer the altar, I
which are placed on the right, near •
to the royal box are upholstered in j
r °yal blue velvet, and tho priedieux
arc treated in the same way, but tho
cushions on which their Mai
will kneel
1
ties :
are covered with thick
white satin with golden tassels. La- I
ward the Confessor's chair Is In its '
place, resting on the priceless Indian j
immediately In front nf the altar ,s
tho faldstool, or crimson velveL, with
their
white satin ou
Majesties are to
receive lhe sacra
menu
THE TRACY INQUEST.
Crowds Fh
ck to Davenport, Wash.,
\ iesv Outlaw's lieinuinM.
DAVLM'OHT, Wnsh.. Aug. 8.-Tho
curious tire Hocking to Davenport from
direef Ions to view the body of
utlaw. The in
)t* concluded today. Wit
Oregon are here. The hotly
ill be tak
IL'irry Tracy, the dead
'juest will I
nesses fr
prolml ly
to Spokane to
morrow nnd luter sent to fcbilem, Ore..
ml at tlie penitentiary. Tracy's
s nuiy he distributed among the
posse. Other relics have nl
rest.
I
midy h«v
y. A new story
of I'rncy's wonderful daring 1ms
to light. Mr. McGregor, the keeper of
lie
given ii
conic
\
■y sfjibli 1 nt Wilbur.
viewing
Traey's body, positively ithqitiiied him
ho cjiine to lii.s stable last
Friday night. He says Ti
ma
•y hud two
which ho put up for the night,
lie also loft his
il!c and a bundle, usk
Ing the unsuspecting liverymun to take
(•are of thorn until morning Whore he
spent the night is not k
lime set he called for his horses, In
• and ritlo, paid his hill and rode |
. Al tin*
i'l
•y Itesvnnl.
liny
liilmi.nl* F.
roim.AND,
Ti
S. II is
I M'P.,
probable that lie* $4,lu0 reward for
tin I;
\iig.
rmey's body will not I
some time owing to tin* number of j"'
paid |

i'i;i i
nfsb'ii Unit hi' \v;if
slate should pay tho
proper hh'Utilirutioii
iri-n.ly |„i
diing that tin* !.,
•ward as .*
shall I
let be paid until IIk* j I
(lainiants shall reach ;
adc. Imt
•meat, it
S likely that the
id of tin* . 1
»k«d. It is said that
ill be j
courts
lovnrnor ' Ip;
•nl or the mi,siio to Mrs. \Vnggoii'*r
ring Merrill's body at i|,e }
' linn* I be reward Is paid fur Tra !
Governor McBride or NVashingt
lias anno
cel Hint he will
•t in ac- | o
•ord.
: I of tin* Sa
'■ i »• ward.
Lynch % Nai
York (jroccry
t
.'*>r. King and Eighth
,m<j or new cro 01
' °* >
jut
n i fu.'A, Hr #t Hole
nad 1 II, |>kgi.
• I'kg-i
J

Fruinluin
.lit pound.
.<•*(* rruit J»i $, Jar Uul.bcra Heim's
leed t*-a
ii (Vments uvi tn
DOLLIE TAYLOR NOW
UNDER ARREST
f
Charged With Conspiring With Ber
nard J. McVey to Remove a Wit
ness from the Jurisdiction
t of the Municipal Court.
Dollie Taylor was arrested yester
day iu Washington and last night
was locked up at the police station.
She was arrainged in the City
Court this morning ou tlie charges
of keeping a house of ill fame and
'tiling liquor without a license.
.* . .
lhe fine on the first charge was
$30 and on the second $50 and costs
and Judge Cochran after Court re
mi tied both fines. But Dolly was
still a prisoner for she was held ou
a warrant charging her with con
spiracy.
The allegations against her being
that she conspired with Detective
Bernard J. McVey to remove from
the jurisdiction of the state a minor!
girl. Racliael Henry, who was want
as witness. Early in the month
June Dollie kept a house of ill-j
We Are Going to Give Away
atar-jaioars v
HONEST REDUCTIONS FROM OUR REGUliR PRICES.
14 Off All Our Clothing.
Otir Great August Clearance Sale
(0 convert stock into reiulv cash.
Fancy Cassimeres and Worsteds.
J. WARREN BULLEN,
No. 419 Market Street,
Wilmington, Delaware.
CALL FOR A
CONVENTION.
Union Republican Call For
a Slate Convention at
Dover, Sept. 2.
candid
I'rcsid
To all the Bled ors of tin' Sta
• of I tel
ho sii|i|»"]-ted ill lhe poll
Stale
tlie
, the
cs for tile
f Klee
H i (.■(•>
the
Uni
Tie- Uni
K-'puldiea
party
the .!<
• for a
lof Delaware npo
principles.
A convention of do!
|H<»e
1 ""
Ihumblim
' all K<-|iiiiilii-,-iU'
d ('(juitaiilu
broad ;
files clio^-l
im.ai ics, by and
veral
and
< omnion pi
tln> I {1 - 1 >n) 1 1i 1 *;111 \
is of til
'icts of the Stale,
lab
"'"j
l;:^ 'SI.rhv
r , mmi | t(l( . s .
i -t! 1 nt:
uf the Ii
lb
U bei-el
'ell f l a
••t in the
>. I
elev(
veliliou
shall eoiisist of
f thy thirty-live Heureseiii ;
1st l ie' s
•inst n nil.
A
Se« Ii
ate I lllllil JJeiM-eseiitn
st|y 1 ounly, fr<
fiidi of
vlti'-h
la
•ntioncil IJfpi
alive diNiricts
lh.q-e si.all he let, ,1..;
la I e for
dn.
the
)lliee
of
of Iho 1 ni
candidate for the olli.
of S
• for till* (.Hie
of
Auditor
• f Accounts, -ill of
llicii I,Hires
by Hi"
of l In* 8
of Deli
lie
for tli" purpoM* of trail:
held in 1902, nnd
g such other
'Tit loll.
Tim d'dcgiiles nf ciicli Sciml
rill I ilis
fnc|
.1 The
elect ;i
(V.Mtrnl
i>'iiil»er nf 11n* Kcpiihlicii
„f ] )c!a
Slate
uf
*. Kiel milil liL si
National Ilcjmblic;
.-hall 1
fin-1 qualified.
.Ml I'l.'ct..|'S i
Jlcpulilici
f tin* Stall
olher olecl.
SU|>|IO|l
' Ik* pritici|)io
ami candidal.,s of |]„.
party ia Iho las
I foil
. and all
tin
Willi in
c.iilinning lt< puldic.-i
are In rtdi.v i a i*qtios
l-'li'-i
I
tlici
respedive voting
Places
lll.l Mli'Vl-. [,v I,:||||,I. |
Ii Hcpresejiiative district, b.v
nst Iherei
nlll.V of votes r.
n( | }j Vl , n | fi , ril .
five delegates
1 r
'(Mil ion.
' Filstle con a I v. i
leach of
vhich last
•ntioiied Itepieven
' elect
? tlipy shall eheos
I t<
altorm
All delegafns nnd tLoir nllcmnles to
I rn
'll.' si'Vei'nl
Represent)
ive distrie
nutty shall he <*|u
in New (histIn
f Hu* primary
ciiii ly. The
• reipnreme
law of the
vn id
sail! comity ahull
I close nt 7
>ds ii
clock f). m., ;
•Hu.'k p
As tho primary electi
in.* nppli
only to tin* ooiinty of New
fhisfle, the (lelegntes
1 their iilteriii
'••nt i<
clceteil fr
the mov.
I ,, s ...
B' PD'senfutlv
of Konl ,'iuij Sussex situII I
elections held i
Ween I lie hours
lift' riels i
Il.
Iln* several districts
f 2 and 4 o'clock p.
•cordanco
of the Union Republican
party of said counties.Upon the clo.siujrl
tin* day aforesaid, i
ith the rul
fame hero and sold liquor without
a license. She pleaded guilty to do
* u £ 80 w hen arraigned this morn
* n £ anL * h n ° 8 above mentioned
were ed and remitted,
The - y girl ran away from
* ,e , r I?*? 0 ®. aI 'LhyoRun and was lo
eatea in this city. She was to be a
witness against the keeper of tho
house. It is alleged that a conspir
any was entered into between Dollie
and McVey and a good round sum
of money was handled in the trans
action. Attorney-General Ward
was informed of the facts and ho
had a warrant sworn out before
Magistrate Hollis and yesterday the
same was served ou her. City So
lieitor Reiuhardt had an interview
with her at the police station lust
night when it is alleged that she
made some startling statements.
>f the pulls it
the snid several voting
*11 miners shall publicly
■»? of such
Iho ha lb
publicly n1111111111</(* the
•usult, ;iml slial:
;d<c (criilicales iu diijjlic:
■ lalintc i
I- i
h'iiinh Hit* number of
voles it
•ivetl by each per.'
primary electi>
disiriti for deleirato
alternate
(Mi t ion
fro i
the
li"prc<
alive districts i
which said
p
ertio
cert ilici
'(Hirers.
mimd by the electa
,v ef them, holding
' sa ill cei l ilicit |es
the delegate elected,
the other of said certificates shall he f
Willi:
»f (lit# S
d
'outral Co
I Id
day next pi-eeedin^ (be
ssi id convent ion.
' (d'der of the Cub
'* ( '( J!trnI < 'onmiitlce,
!!
Republican
;ide at 1 »oy(*r
1 Ac^ii-i A. D. 1!>UC
•L FLANK ALL MIL (Tail-tin
At lest :
WILLIAM D DLNNLY. Secret a
150 Pairs Vi e i
llllssill
<a n ii
Citlf
Hlimw t li h t
Of
WO I* C
to $0.00 now
$1.75 tofO.OO.
We wnnt lo
l-li'il 11 this lot
Mussett
Shoes
at
(if ms quickly
ns possible. A
il 0 / e 11
]>iiii-s of $5.00
animijr tlie in
1.0. All Straw JIats
1*2 Price fmv
< ).\ fonts
for $
ill linlf
<1 o /. o n
>
I'liee. About 25
-Miinufuetiirer's
wimples at $1 that are
worth $2, $2.50 ami $0.
$b..)0 to $ IG for Panamas
that were $5 to $15.
The
round
kind
with t h o
crown and
iliem are fvoii)}>' to be the
ran-e next year. We have
them for $'<S,
a crease in
regular $12
ills.
Ciosoil ovoning.s at G ex
cept Salui'ilays,
JAS. T.MULLIN & SONS
Clh and Market, Wilm ingtou
UALbOFJfi HORSES, 2) CARTS, 8 WAG
^ bt.y.60 ( ovhm uml JO iet$ cart harncaa, J
la iiuubi<t wagon hartioia, near the middle
copt i-in her Waich for non ter with day
aii'l dait*. Sale at Fr —
aS-Ut*
nml Diiion.
A, G. U AN DEL'SON.
S
i'U AYED oIt 8 TOI.EN-BLAO 1 C HOUSE
.Willi wh te bind feet, Dyoerti old.lfi handa
high, trem tho stable of J. fil Ponulngtou,
• Newark, Del., on 'I'hurnday ovrnlng.
Aug 7; suitable reward will be paid for hta
'novel y. a $.y t .
GAS & POWDER
. EXPLODE.
Colorado Coal Mine Blows
Up—Rescuers Hard
at Work Recover- *
ing Codies.
Trioidad, Col., Aug. &—Thirteen
meu are known to have been killed
and some others are reported mlBslog
as the result of an explosion of gas
and powder In No. 3 mine of the
Union Coal and Coke Company, at
Bowen, six tnilee from Trinidad, at
7 o'clock last night. The work of
resuiogthe bodies was begun at once
and eight had been taken out up to
tbls morning.
The mine employed about sixty
men. They were all Americans and
Irish, no Mexicans or Ilaliaus being
employed. It is aslope mine, situate
on tbe mountain side and is about
400 yards from the tipple below. Tho
llrst explosion occured abont S00 feet
from the mouth of the slope and was
caused by tiro damp. This set off the
powder house.
Immediately after tne night shift
had started in Lhe slope, a startling
explosion occurred entirely tilling lhe
-mouth of the slope and shaking
buildings and breaking windows a
mile distant.
As the mouth of the slope
filled, the rescuers were delayed for
some timo but succeeded iu reaching
some of the men through an old
slope and eight bodies were brought
to tlie surface during the night.
The mino is filled with gas and
smoke, and the rescuers are afraid of
after damp, and are unable to stay iu
tlio mine more than a
Mothers, wives and children of the
dead and imprisoned miners
almost crazed with grief, and the
scene presented at the mouth of the
mino is a most pathetic one.
was
shell, tune.
arc
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE,. tt*
Photographer C. C- Harlan* of Baton, |
O,, ciiii do su uow, though for years he ;
couldn't, Loch usti ho sufferml untold
ttgony from tho worst form of Indigos,
tion. All physicians and 1110,Heims fail
to help him till J10 tried Electric lilt'
ors, which worked such wonders for
him that he declines they nro u godsoud
frut'ora from dyspopsia and ttotnucli
troubhs. Unrivaled for disea es of tho
Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, they build
up and give now life to
system. Try 1 hem. Only 00c.
toed by X. IJ. Danforth druggist
tho wholu
Guaruu
L c,,u '
K OF O PH a:: S' COL KT
nnd I (KG 1ST Fit IN CHANCERY
Waller S. Money.
h'ubjcuit to ilfcds:
u7tf
of Republican party.
F OK Kk'FiL HIfiNTATlVE
Of Die Six:h Diitrict
Brftu.Iywiuo Huudietl LuJ
George W. Webster
Subject lo
parly.
dti<
lion of tho Republican
sinru.seinenro
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday, August 12.
ZED & ZARROW
And
a Com pa jy of 35 Rea; Fun Alakers
in the Screamingly Funny Trick
Farce Come ly,
(1 $1 .IK).
EXCURSIONS.
KNIGHTS GOLDEN EAGLES'
• 5 th Annual Exclusion lo ^
Atlantic City
Via P , W. & ||.
Drilgo Route, given by
Crusaders Castle, Ho. 5, K. G. E.,
Saturday, August 9, 190?.
Tickets, $1.5); children, 75
P., W, Hi B. depot at 6. 45 a. m
1 .; quarry siding ti 55 u.
•iywii.o 6.45 a.
!.s AMuaUo City 8.5) p. m.
Train leave*
; Landlith li.48
m.; Augustine
m. Returning
(1 40 a.
; li
leuv
n I', in;vis, Chairman.
Brandywine
Springs Park,
CONCERTS EVERY AFTERNOON sod
EVENING BY
HOWSON'S FAMOUS BAND.
Com lor tabic Seats Ft
Bar AT THE
for Everybody,
T H R A T R I:
. , . sommeuclujj Angijbt 4:
A PRODP.A5131K 1)F SPRCIAL1 Ilfi6 WILL
DF UI'FEHKD,
> 6*93* 'J'liurnduy and Uuturday
51 ulinee ut J.uo,
FRIDAY NIGHT
AT 7 HE LAKE.
I Mark it ntr-mr j du'djt
fa evary 19 miautiia.
Evenings
FIREWORKS
Cmcs leave Hixtli
to the .'ipi*
S H ELI .POT PA UK—Week
'iho 2—NaJos—3, Euooiitric Coni'-dy
*;iietch Arthta in an Act Entitled '.'Tho
- hrotlo"; SCusign .MnoPhersou,
1 h eu-i liUMiUi Masso Lull ail Slaifurof llio —. S.
Otti lt uml (iuiuly in their own original
eay H.ietch; special engagement of tho
l hid Fnee King. Frank (iaicleu, a Little
Pong, a I.IttJo Tnlfc and u Big Laugh; tho
spectacular uttraotion, Faustina, tins l.lectri
eal Dance
* t August 4—
I r:
N. ;
BASEBALL
Wilminglon Ball Park
I'lont and Union Streets.
SCMEDULH HOK THIS WDl=K,
POTTSVILUE. ; v
u Fiiduy, august3.
TS. * CHESTtR.
HuturiW. Atffl
BRANDYWINE OF W^sf CHESTER,
t Game called fifiO Rliarp.
N. B— Front, Second, Fourth and Eighth
at l oot earn run direct to grounds.
til
BASEBALL
Wilmington Ball Park
Market >St. South of Front.
SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK
..... Friday. AtnrUrtL 8th
WII.MINOVON A A VS CUBAN X CHANTS
.... Suturdoy, Auici.il e;|,.
WILMINOTON A A VS CUBAN X OIANTS
Qamod o»U«d ut &UQ gkurp.
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For*#* HI# Own Dntb Bolt
New York, Augu»t7,—John Cock
■ an# and John VVolfert,
era, employed on tbe Third Avenue
hie rated, were frightfully burued
to-day by a veritable Saab ef light
ning which Cochrane generated by
striking the third or electrically,
cbarged rail with a steel-hand
led sledge-hammer. A# hammer
met rail a abort circnit of enormous
voltage was formed,
terrific explosion, a blindiug Sash of
light, and an instant later the spec
tators saw a human body wrapped
in Dames shoot through the air and
fall to the pavement. It was Coch
rane.
Up the track ran auotber burn
ing man, Woltert. he clamored to
the passenger plattorm and bound
ed bown the stairs to the street,
where he was seized by Patrollman
Ditscb, who tore his burning cloth
ing from him and hurried him into
a store, where Cochrane had been
taken. Wollert was Conscious, but
was suffering intensly. Cochrane
was nnoonsciotis. Every particle ot
clothing was bprned from him
cept his Blioes .and his flesh was
scorched black. It was thought
that Cochran's injuries would
suit fatally.
Iron work
There was a
ex
re
SJURKAY- In this city ou August 0, 1902,
J~ry Murray..,,, iu the i'i8lh year of
Kelutivo* ami friends are Invited to attend
Iho lunural Irom It.* late re«idon.:c, No. 18 tt.
Hncond h treat, oa Stiudny afternoon at
o eJoclc- Horvices txt tho house. Interment at
o'. Potor h Cemetery,
!i
WATSON—On Ansu.l i. 1003, BHaabjIh A.
Matson, iu her 00th year.
Relative* audfriends are invited
the funeral services at
111 Fast Seventh street
at 8 ^o'clock.
ntteud
her late residence. No.
on 'ihui'Muy evening,
Interment at London Tract
Friday on arrival of train (B. &
O. ) leaving Wilmington at 8 o'clock
Services at lhe < ha rah also.
OG K A Id—On Aug. lith. HM2. J. Walter,
of l'liOil!m and Fannie Ogram. in his IfTili
year.
Kelativos and friends
invit.Mil to attend
the fuueral from the residence of his parents.
" ar Hockossiu, Del,, on Friday. Aug, 8th.
Her vices at hntscal I o'clock without further
notice interment nt lied Clay Creek Ceme
tery. Carriages will meet tho 9.3a train nt
iiockessin. •
Funeral Directors.
n. ii. KOBiiNdo.NiJx.,
Undertaker and nmbahnsr,
Onica amt Koaldouca.
223 West Seventh st.
lelophoaa call fifi.
riomnt at.tali M on ylvoa
JA*. i.WilA.NDLfcK,
n l«7hi ealK
(r. dir laker and Em'ji! m?
. CifYlco mu 1 lies 1 done 9 ,
214 West Ninth street.
Tutu phono 1374.
il-r't'i #ni
QUOkuu a*. 1 1
tmJertakcr and Umbahnsr.
Gfficc and KoslJouae
722 King; streat.
JOHN B. iVIAKIIN.
Undertaker and HinbaLnsr.'
O 07 Silipley street.
Gails at fan lot proaiabl/
Fit her phoua Nn.13;
liLBCTION NOTICE
N otice;-in pursuance! op tub call
of Iho Kojm ilJcan Hiato Commitlej for
a State C'oii volition, issued MiKtiit 4 1'0' u
primary election will be held for the puroose
of (-hoosiug delo^Htes
Loluguto'. are appointed
liolil as follows:
said
I elections will l
FIRST DISTRICT.
C ity of WiJmiuRtoo-Fortv Delegnto*
Fir-d* Primary Kieotloii District. — '
and Irtili districts
and Tninnll atreot*,
•'•ocond Primary Klee!ion District.— Isf
ainUkif'.i districts. Polls. X, W, corner
1 walnut-, Hbroets,
Polls, N. K. corui-r Fourth
•1
Third Priiimry Klceii
fi'th aud list Ii districts,
Jlt.ahl <■ tract.
Fourth Pri
Ibtl), lUrlt, L*(Jt!
-- District. —:td, 4th,
Polls, No. IU) south
Kloctioa Dia*rict— 1 7«h,
4 (li.trlol.. Poll!,, s. u.
I'irtli aud .leffcrson stroi
I lection DWric*.—5th. rn.h,
I til, 8th ana 02 th districts.— Polls, No. JOS E.
l'ourtii street.
Sixth Prinmry Election Diatriofc.-2-?d gild.
i.Utli, «Mh, <11 nt,, TiJ. 6?J, Wd, 5Hh and 55th din
' r*ct J . Poll'!, N. K. corner Klfchtli and Wind
street *.
Seventh Primary Election District
10th and 3'ih dlBtvicta Polls. N. \V.
Seveni ii ned I- runcli streotn.
KiU'hth Prlniarv Kloctlon District.-30th
401 b. 41st and 70 districts Pofls, No. l.'W7
French stree'
Ninth Primary Elootlon Distriot.-oOlh,
5>th, Hhl. 83d,58th aud 59th districts. Polls
filalone's Marble Yard.
Tenth Primary Mention District.— 03th.
•'1st nud 831 dDtr'ct*. Polls, .N. \y.
Elevntli and A dams streets.
Eleventh Primary Rjecf.i
f id, (Jith, 84th
-9th,
corner
oornor
, District. —CM,
l 85th districts. Polls. Con
nell's Cigar store, Delaware Avcuno aud Dn
P<>nt street
Twelfth Primary Rlcctlon Dhtrict-fioth
district. Polls, Odd Fellow's Hall.
Thirte>utliPrimary Klect.lon District —11th
1.Mh and tilth districts. Polls, No. 703 Kasb
.Seven tli strollt.
Fonrfeanth Primary Election District.-42d,
4:td nnd 77 1 h districts. Pwlls, N, \v, oorucr
'lenthand Lombard street*
Fifteenth Primary l lecttou Districts.— 44th
45th. 4 ith and 78 h dintrlcts. Polls, N. K. cor*
Ninth and Pine itreetn.
Fixteentli Primary F.lectioa District.—47th.
48th. 40Mi. 7't'h. 50th. ftlst and EOtli (listricte.
Polls, No. 191:1 Market streot.
Seventoeotli Primary Flection District.—
-51 h, 70th nnd 30th districts. Polls. N. VV.
corner Chestnut and VanBurah streets.
Klghteonth Primary Kleciton District.—37th
•48'h, 3!ith an I 71st districts.
West Fourth street.
Nineteenth Pr'mnry Election Distrtot..—
iTith. JWt'i and 87lh districts. Polls, N. W.
corner J-iekson street and Maryland avenue.
TwenMeShPrimary Election District.—Bid,
Ofid, JI4th, 74 h nnd 75th districts. Polls, No.
io'.'3 West Fourth street.
Polls. No. 1013
s FROND DISTRICT.
Prandvwln* Timid rad—F
.. -. elntfuten.
Hi'st Flection District, at Tol 1 gate, Clay -
niont
Kncoud Flection Rletriot, at No. 8 School,
house.
Third Election District, nt Shellpot School
house.
Christiana Hundred—FI vd dulogatos.
First Election District, ft t Newport.
S rondElection Di.stilot, at Mnrslinllton.
'third Kind ton bintilctnt 11 untei'n sloie
Fourth Flection District, at Contrevlllo.
Fifth Fleotiou District, at T'ol'.Ra'o
Mill Crook Hundred—Five Delog.ttns.
First Elcetinn Diatrint, nt filar*hdlton.
Hecond Election District, at Iloolcnssia
White Clay Crook Hun 1 red-Threa Doleffatos
First Eleolion District, at Newark.
Second Elootlon District
Third Election District at fihrlsUana.
New t'nslle Hundred—Five Delegates.
First, Second. Third and Fourth Elootlon
Districts at Now Ca«tly.
Pencader Han lred-Threo Doloimtes,
First and Hecond Election l-'lstrlcts
Glasgow.
h'«*il Lion Hundred-Throo Delegates.
First Klhctiou Distrirfat Dolawsru City.
Booond Kloctioa Dlstrlot at St. (Joorgoi
St. Gaovgos Hundred- Flv:: Delegate*.
Flr.$t Election District at Odessa.
Heoonil I'leotlon District at Port Penn.
T hird nnd Fourth Election Districts ut Min
dletowu.
Apnojuifilmink H nnd rod-Three Delngatos.
First and beeond Election Clstricta at
Townsend.
DlaokblM nii 22 r?^"Two Delegate*
First and Second TMeifiofl "DQtriOt* ••
Black olrd. -
at
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iTmPRAL f., Clmirmnn ,
... , 7°'^ JOLLS, Mcnrotary.
Wilmlugtou, Delaware, Aug, fl, lOOi.
al-fif,
All Patent Aledicines
At reduoid prices. FI no us$ortinont of Tal
cum Powder.
H. R. Bringhnrsi, 317 Market
li'OU UEOI 8 TF.il OF WlLI.B
J. Of Now Castle Uounty,
Wm. T. Deighton.
aii Of filill Crook Hundred.
Bukjoot to Republlatu party*
•8 tt
Persistent Saving ^
Leads to Prosperity.
4 -
The bask mot hoi of Mviuc U. .Oft oarpfilll/
lay aelie some small amount regallrlyl each
mouth and put it at interest iu u g|f>d [Build
lag Association. It h unurug h
such savings aooumuluto.
■MWr
Do You Want To Invest
Your Money? If so,
Five Dollar*, paid monthly, on 5 share*
N. B. L. and P. A. stock, for 10J
fniouthi—$5Q), mat tire* for $1000;
„ v profit ....;.
Five Dollars paid monthly to Havings
Bank for 10) mouths, $500 at 4
cent, compound interest $002.09; pro
.fit.
goo.m
per
.$132.89
Difference hi favor of N. H. L
A. iuvostor.
Can you goulonwli
! quarter
and P.
.$307.81
null invest so email a
k* profitably?
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and Provident Association
of Delaware.
Office,No. 923 Market Sheet,
WILMINGTON.
JOSEPH L. CARPENTER, Jit.. PreHdoat,
GlCO. D. KELLEY, Vico Pres.
JHOfifAS H YOUNG, Seirstiry.
j JOHN N, CAlSWELL, Treasurer,
nS cod Ot
PERSONAL
MENTION.
KNOTT—TA VLOH.
Mrs. Martha Wheatley Taylor, of
Christiana, and William J. Knott#,
a prominent manufacturer of Phil
adelphia, werti married in that city
on August 7, by the Rev. Raymond
A. Smith. After the ceremony the
happy couple left for Atlantic City.
GARB BASKET.
Missps Eon Hendrickson, of Dela
ware City, Katharine aud Elmer
Magargal, and Charles Malcom, of
Faulkland, spent Tuesday at Atlan
tic City.
Missos Annie L. Willard and
Laura M. Dawson are spending ten
days at Atlantic City.
William B. Willard, tlie printer,
lias returned from a brief vacation
in Pennsylvania.
E. S. Hardcastle and Miss Louise
Hardeastle are at Star Villa, Cape
May.
Mrs. Lester Baylis returned home
last night from a visit to friends iu
Maine.
Mrs. Charles Dougherty is on n
visit iu Western Reunsylvania.
Robert B. McGee aud Miss Sarah
Gardiner spent yesterday in Dela
ware City.
Mrs. E. Ross Fnrra is spending tho
month of August with her parents
near Bridgoville, Del.
Mrs. Edward Sehliff and daugh
ter Belle are spending a month at
St. Peter's, Pa.
Misses Mattie nnd Bello Burnside
have gone on a two week's vacation
to Atlantic City,
Mrs. Levi Jefforis, of West Grove
is visiting Miss Fannie Maxwell.
Miss Edna Frame has returned to
her home in Chester after visiting
friends iu this city.
Horace Greely Knowles is in Salt
Lake City attending tho Elks Con
vention.
John Godwin, of Washington, is
home for a few days.
Miss Maliel Walter, stenographer
for Robert Pennington, left today
on her vacation at New London, Pa
William Casey has returned from
Marcus Hook.
Miss Lillie Tomlinson is visiting
Miss Phoebe Fields in Media.
Mrs. John J. Black is at Cape May
visiting Mrs. Fulemveider.
Mrs. John T. Egan aud daughter
Rachel, and Mrs. William Lord, of
Upland, were tlie guesls of Honry
Egan yesterday.
Mrs Robert New ton and sou Har
ry, of Chester, were tlie guests of
friends in this city, yesterday.
Harry Truax aud wife, of Chester
will move to our city to live.
Miss Rolen Cronio is being enter
tained liy Mrs. George Grubb, Pros
pect Park.
Mrs.
Ritohie and daughter, of
Chester, have returned home from
spending two weeks with friends in
Delaware.
Miss Mamie R. Elliot, of West
Chester, is visiting friends here.
Public 1,0*.f 9100 . 000 , 000 .
LONDON, Aug. 8. Tho offlelnl re
ceiver nnnounees that he hns issued
summonses against Whitaker Wright
nnd Robert Leman to recover $750,000
iu connection with share transactions
between the British-American corpora
tion and the failed London nnd Globe
Financial corporation, limited. The
oily is displaying tho deepest interest
in the London and Gloho group of com
panies, nnd the demand that tho public
prosecutor act is increasingly insistent.
Probably the full extent of the money
lost to the public by the company will
never be known, but financial experts
now estimate it ut upward of
000,000.
C YLINDER Pltff.SH FEEDERS WANTED,
male or female, liberal wages, 9 hours;
write or apply ft t cue* to Henry V.
lhe Typalnctue, 3.'0 Hrcadvvay. N, Y.
[
an rnn-wn'icy to pjcwti efuj.
jy >nraMtf!TOr.n(JHga* Wourlair;
writ* or apt;!* 4$ ®nce to Bearv V. Boyer,
Tha Typothetae. d.'C Sfoadya ft
C YLINDER Pll LESS FID DEItH WANTmB
$12 a week, 9 hourd: writn or ap|>ly ut
(to Henry V. Boyor, Tha Tfpoihetaa, U2J
Broadway. K. Y. as nt
W ANTED—A MAN OF GOOD STAND
lag to represent me In Wilmington and
vicinity for the salt af bonds and etecks. L'u
questlonablo referouces r•qulrftd; >*xceliant
opportunity; will
require full ti
HAVEKLYB. SWAHT,
Consolidated Utook Kxchnngo Bldg.,
00 Broadway, N. Y. City.
•8 It
W ILL THU LA DY WHO PICKED UP TH E
breastpin the P. O. oorri dor tills morn,
J. return to No. W3 Woit 2d ilreot * u 8 -jt*
CALLED BY
FLAG SIGNALS.
-
Summoned Frour' Camp
by Bright Colored Bits
of Bunting.
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Shenandoah, Pa., Aug. 8,—Riot
ing is again in progress up on Tur
key Run Hill, at the south end of
this city. Reports of disturbaoos
reached General Gobio just after
daylight, and gavo the first oppor
tunity for the new signal service
from the hotel root to show its
worth.
A sergeant waved the
tiny bright-colored Hags lor a min
ute or two before he attracted the
attention of a sentry at camp.
Then Hags began wigwagging from
the crest of the hill on which ths
Governor's Troop is encamped.
Quick orders loilovvedlhe loterpre
lation of General Goliio's signals.
Bugles sounded "Assembly*''
'•To horse.'' In a lew minute,
platoon of the troop was galloping
toward lhe scene of trouble.
All the officers are trying to sup.
press stories of disturbances. They
believe that publicity given to one
riot leads to another. But iu private
conversation they make it clear that
within a few days another largo de
tachment of militia will he called
Into tho anthracite region. Every
place is a danger spot. Wilkesbarre
reports show the situation at Ply
mouth, Iiuryea, and Naaticoke to be
approaching a crisis,
Shamokln Is a place of unrest, and
marches and riots arc of daily occur
rence in the Panther Creek Valley.
To-morrow marks the ending of
tho thirteenth week, nnd at last
there are evidences that tho oper
ators are about ready to make their
first concerted effort to mine coal.
Great trains ol' empty cars are iff
motion to-day, being run front the
railroad yards and sidings to the
tracks near all the principal coller
IVhere the workmen are com
ing from is uncertain,
still preserve unbroken ranks, but
tlie superintendents nro doiugaetive
recruiting. For weeks they have
been receiving secret applications
for work, and the result of these is
likely to become
next week.
r
and
one
ICS.
Tim wea
apparent early
Fast ^tenoffrnphjrs
Misa Rachel M. Ko.'ch, stonogra.
pher for Goldcy College, wrote 62
letters Thursday, tlie total number
of words being 23,097. She wrote
continuously from 8.30 to 12, and
Irom 1 to 5.
Iler average speed
during Ibis time was 54 words pey
minute. 8iie used the Remington
typewriter, and wrote by Fuller's
touch method. Miss Ivolck has had
a year's experience as a stenogra
pher. and is an ospert twne writer
operator.
Miss Vera Godfrey, who recently
completed the stenographers'jgourso
at Goldoy College, and who is now
employed by tlie College as a ste
nographer, made an average speed
yesterday ora total of 15,108 words
during the same time that Miss
Kolok wrote, of 34 words per mint
ute, which, considering her brief
experience as a typewriter opera
tor, is a remarkably rapid rate of
speed.
At tho Hoxpttal
E, D. Wise,tlie well known design
er and cutter who for years lias been
connected with Wm. ii. Lockyer, is
at lhe Delaware hospital lying very
low.
Mr. Wise is well known to a great
many of our citizens. He is in his
70th year and has taught dozens of
men to cut by his system, which is
one of tho best in this country.
nullding Operation
Building Inspector Cassidy today
issued tho following permits:
W. II. Foulke & Hon, to make
alternations to No. 907 Delaware
avenue for Howard Pyle at a cost
of $800.
(Jeorgo S. McKee alternations to
tho basement of Cookman M. E.
Church, $289.
Trotting At Hridgoton.
Bridgeville, Del., Aug. 7.—Four
thousand people wlLnessed the races
at Tasley Fair.
Tyson, Ida Gray, bay mate won
the 2.40 class trotting. Time, 2.31 A.
2.214,2.201.
dr'
La Vixulaa In Port
Tho Spanish bark La Vigulsa frnia
Vigo Spain, arrived in port laateven
.She in 42 dava overdue bring
since May 28 making tho trlp|o M»r
cue Hook. Tho bark drifted out of
course and there was very little wind.
kepubllcana to Meet f
Thero will ho n meeting of the
Republicans of the Fourth ward
held this evening nt No. 113 East
Fourth street to choose delegates
to tho State Convention.
I)lrd this Horning
Robert Fisher wno was received at
tho Delaware Hospital last evening
suffering from a broken neck died
there suddenly this morning. Hlf
body was removed to the morgue
where an aulopsy was held by Drs.
I'astian and Wales.
ing.
Irvin L. Bail of Mill Creek hundred
lias tor some ttme past, announced
himself as a candidate fur Recorder
of Deeds of New Castle County, He
asks llio support of every voter la
New Castle County at tlie primaries.
The Rev. F. 11. Po#t will leave
our city in a few days for California
where lie will locale
permanently.
Captain 13. Ayers, tociay
dncuine'ited the steel barge, Ethel,
for the A tner ictiD Car aud i'ouodrv
(Yuriiviov *
1 ^ '
/Miu Jl. J»lmn who ffi^J Ig,*
ni^'!;' whs h luelnbei' of the" firmul
Weiclel, Tulimi it •,'umpauy, glass
manufacturers, of New Jersey. Iq
all the years when strikes worfl
going on m other factories thers
never whb one in their place.
OlU !< Cilsb.t l : fsh n«n
Sea trout, buy trout, pogie and
baH8 ou bale fresh every day i»f
Powell's stalls, Third street uurkst
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