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ESTABLISHED 183a.
ONE CENT.
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WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1902.
ONE CENT.
THK CHURCHES.
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Services 11.00 n. iu. and 7.30 p, m. fcJuuduy
school QUO a. m. I
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Obituary
John I'rico of l'hil;rlclp!iia wag
burlrd in Olil .Swede, ceiuelerr in ;
this city yesterday.
lames U, Adams was hurled flora 1
bit home No. Ill West Eighth street
The funeral ot Mule Ralph W. ,
Bolton look place from Ihe homo ot
bis parents Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Bolton at No. Glo French street ves- !
terday afternoon,
made in Rlvcrvie
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featerdav aflenioun.
Interment was!
ber of the Reformed Episcopal Church ,
!lf d ''cduesduy September 3.
,The Rev. H. W esley 1 rice of this u
t >ect ? J to attend tho funeral |
In Ihlladelphm today. '
r 6 u"! a 7 y . Car *
bad charge of tbe l'liosphale factory
»f the Ross family at Seaford, died
KuS ',T e U tc *?"'
Bl a Shipley, No, 227 Parish ■treat;
yesterday morning. Ho was 89 year.
bid and leaves a family ot grown , B
chtldren. The funeral will take place
»n Mcnday afiernooa and lotermeut |
will bo made In River view cemetery. | c(
1 Brief services for the Ilev. J.
Owen Sypherd were at Ins horns
Ko. 704 Adauis street last even
ing. Most ot the M. 1<I ministers of
this city were present, Interment
will be made iu Dover today. To
morrow evemog memorial services
Will be hold In Scott M. E. Church at
7.45 o'clock, Mr, Sypherd wa: for
marly pastor of that church. The
evs. John France, William Wtrl
ing, Robert Watt and W. L. S.
Murray spoke last evening.
Cemetery.
Mrs. 11. S. Benson, a leading mem
In
ing
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ing
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A Narrow iiscape.
Mrs. Clirlsti.'in Frederick and
flaugliter had a narrow escape from
pjrlous injury while driving along
Market street yesterday afternoon.
The force of tlie collision was suffi
cient to toss Mrs. Vrederick from tlie
carriage into the street, but she was
fcot injured. The others remained
hi the carriage. The only damage
done was tlie breaking of oaj of the
*ff*r wheels of tbe carriage.
ON A SOUTHERN TRIP
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President Leaves Washing- .
ton at Appointed Hour. |
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FACE STILL SLIGHTLY DISFIGURED. !
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No Serli
dent Kvldeut—Will Reach Deatl
ilion, t huttauo«»|;:i, Sunday,
K#-turn in;' Sept. IO.
Ilestilt* of I'itisfldd Acei- .
WASHINGTON, Sept. G.-Smliingly
j . . , « , , , . „ ..
| bowing his acknowledgments of the
enthusiastic and prolonged cheering of I
semblage that fairly crowded tlie j
Baltimore and Ohio station here. Pres
Mont Roosevelt begun his southern ]
tour, with Ohuttuuougu, Tonu, as the j
oujectIvo point. |
The preshteut was In the city exactly j
I
j
.* hour and a half. He arrived over
I Pennsylvania railroad at 0:12 j
| o'clock last evening on a special train I
! ot' two curs, made up at I-hiludelpUia |
yesterday afternoon during the brief j
slop there on rnute from Oyster Buy. j
I Sccretury of tlie Interior Hitchcock, j
; Dlilef Vuikic of the secret service. As- j
,; slstaut Secretary to the President
Barnes and a number ol other officials
|
and White House attaches met him at
| the station.
The president appeared n little dis
a result of the Pittsfield ae
|
11 figured
! cident, but apparently had quite ie
covered from Hie shock,
: to shake hands with thus
; .about him to congratuTa'
He stopped
.vho pressed
him oil his
"Poor Crnigl" he frequently
-' repeated in expressing his thanks to
his wellwishers. *
/' Through a cordon of police the presi
dent was escorted to carriages in waft
. ing and was quickly driven to the Bul
i timore and Ohio station. Secretary
(.'oumiander Cowles, the
president's brother-in-law, and Secre
tary Cortelyou ivde in the carriage
with him.
escape.
, Hitchcock,
{ The special train of sev
ly equipped <•
I and the president i
hai id some
readi ness,
mediately entered
'rely lifting his hut in re
•lies was i
r; spouse to the
1 He spi'nt most of the tim
; then j
feting from the crowd.
t his departure
conversation
ssioner Gar
vho entered the
number he de
:
ith Civil Service C
II!
; field and
itli othei
meet him. T
scribed the accident at Pittsfield. He
car t<
said it
vas not the first time he had so
providential an escape and referred to j
nil incident in the battle of San Juan,
when gunshots struck down two
The president told
' close beside him.
the Pitlsliold story to 1 Ii<» group in tho
car with feeling
mi e
phasized it
With gestures. He
liiul condition uguiu.
lid lie felt in nor
The train was just tw
minutes late
when it pulled out at
charge of Pullman Conductor W. M.
ssigned to the
presidential specials for a long time
past. The personnel of the president's
party is the sume us that on his New
Fngland trip, except for the addition
of S. B. liege, the general agent of the
• Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and C'ol
ouel L. S. Brown, the general agent of
Southern railway. The president
| took dinner on tlie train shortly after
his departure.
The southern trip will bo a
what hurried one, and no stops will be
made at points other than those an
nounced in the itinerary
nished namely, Wheeling, W.
Chattanooga and Kuoxville, Toun., and
Asheville, N. C. The immediate ob
ject of the president is to attend the
convention of the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Firemen, in whose work he al
ways bu* shown a deep interest.
l. It was ii
a
Johns
l, who lias been
a
irendy puh
Ut; ways bu* shown a deep interest.
j The train will arrive at Chattanooga
1 n * : tomorrow morning. Sunday
! will be spent ut Chattanooga quietly
f and without public programme. The
party will visit the battle grounds dur
ing the day. and the president will at
- tend church in the evening. He will
i attend the firemen's convention Mon
iluy inonilng. Tbo piosldeut and party
; will reach WnsliliiKton on the return
1 o'clock on the morning of Sept. 10 and
will leave half an
private cur attached to a regular train
, over the I'entmylvnnlu railroad for Jer
soy City cn route to Oyster Bay.
!
i trip over tho Southern railway at
hour la lor in a
Progress in Railroad Work.
Rapid progress is being made in
digging tlie new course for .SUcllpot
, ^-j lc W ork of digging tlie new course
was ^gm, a t a pujnt silong the back
u t the creek east of Ltinditli, and II
| exr/Cnc ] s acro ss to the New Casllo ulf,
' and thence to where tbe stream
makes up to the southern end of the
fl . ei 'i lt vards ,
when tbe mud machines havccum
plated the work of digging the new
that oortion of the creek bo
„ t , ,^ ain llne of tho v , w . &
, B rll |,. oud and the New castle cut
„ abov0 wllere the new course begins
| toffaller W | th t | lt t portion east of the
| c( ,t.ofT lo where the now course makes
up, will be filled In.
The undertaking is a gigantic one
and tlie work will take considerable
time, to say nothing of tho Immense
quantity of dirt necessary for lining
In purposes.
Harvest Ho me.
Chief Justice Charles B. Lore
will uiako tin address at the open
ing exercises of the High School on
Monday morning.
As about one thousand pupils will
be assembled in the auditorium, the
occasion promises to be an intorest,- •
ing one. Professor Berlin has about j
completed the organization of the j
school nud tho classes have been at
work in all departments since Wed
ues day.
Diphtheria, sore throat, croup.
Instant relief, permanent cure. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric UR. At Mty drug
store.
Couch's Biidge.
J. Wilkins Couch, who has been
visiting In l'ocoinoke City lias relum
ed home.
Mrs. Raymond Armstrong, who lias
been spending some lime Willi her
parents, lias returned to her home in
j riiiludelpbia.
] C Mrs- M. L. Garrett and Miss Sara
Garrett were recent visitors of Mrs.
! J. W. Davettat "The Cedars. "
• Miss Katie Rainier is spending
j some time with her aunt, Mrs. .J. W.
i Davis.
.
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Miss Nellie Lee, who lias been vis
Ring Mary Hastings at Kirkwood lias
returned heme.
I Mrs. VVeilie. Miss Buth and Fred-
j ®rick Weihe are visiting Mr.and Mrs.
^ ^ Armstrong at Baynard Hull.
] Emma Groves is the guesh of
j p r . lt : k (jo^and son Allyn who
| have been visiting Mr. and Mrs, J.
j \y. Cooch.have returned to Wilmlng
I ton.
j Mr. and Mrs. C'ifford Beale, Nor
I man Beale, of Philadelphia; Miss
| KLIiet Goode of N. Y., and Joseph
j Webster, of Uirisliami, were tlie
j guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I, Dajrett
j tlii- week.
j Joscpii Lee who has been suffering
from malaria is slightly Improved,
Miss Estelle Kirkwood who lias been
visiting Mrs. Thomas Boothe, is
now visiting her relatives in Mary
land.
A very enjoyable time was spent
by the Daughters of the Revolution
oil the old battlo ground at Couch's
Bridge c.n Wednesday afternoon. The
occasion being the anniversary of Llio
battle fought there September 1, 1777
Many people viewed the handsome
monument creeled on this spot one
year ago.
The Gooch's bridge nine cross bats
with Iron IIiii, at Iron HIM this af
ternoon.
walked out without molestation.
Both had been locked in ouo cell j
hr .Special Officer Jennings, of the i
Pensylvauia Railroad, who arrest- l
lb if on rs [freak Jail
Ardmore, Dr., Sept. 5.—Tw<?
prisoners broke jail at ArdfnOfe
this after noon and escaped, lu the
absence of the day officer they
forced the lock ou the cell door and
, lt , , . . .
ed them only two hours before for j
stealing rides on Height trains. ;
'J im broKen lock was twisted as I
tliougli by a jimmy, but liow tlie |
prisoner* operated to successfully -
lrom inside the closely-barred iron
cell upon the lock oa the outside is
a mystery.
Klklon, Md. Sept. 5.—A well
plauned wholesals jail delivery
successfully carried out last night
by the prisoners con lined in the
Carroll county jail.
When Deputy Sheriff Ko>glo en
tered the pri
era in their celU lor
j
as
to lock the prison
he night lie
was caught by one ot the me a, ap
parently iu a playiul manner.
.lust then another prisoner threw
a hanhiul of pepper ill his face and
eves, lemporarilr blindiog him.
'ihe man then dashed the deputy
to the floor.
The unlocked prison door was at
once opened ami ihe prisonorsmKffi
a dash fur libei ty. They have not
vet been recaptured.
i he jail breakers are Charlet F.
Adams, committed for burglary;
W.lbani France, for larceny :Arthur
Ford, for larceny; Ktnorjr Lugen
bill, alias Ilarry Alexander, for
robbtry, and Frank Digges, uu al
leged murderer.
It is believed the men saved tlie
pepper furnished lor their food un
til a sufficient quamty had accum
ulated.
Who Got The Money?
Who Got The Money?
Dover, Del., Sen!. 5.—Levy Court
Commissioners j. A. Armstrong,
Merritt N. Willetts and S Frank
Ewart ot New Castle county, came
to Dover to-day and conferred with
the Levy Couht of Kent county in
special sessioa over the payment of
a claim of $1,617. which New Cas
tle county holds against Kent coun
ty for certain repairs made on Flem
lug'a bridge, ou the line between the
two counties iu 16%. The twocourls
had hoped to make an amicable set
tlement of tbe bill, ns it was ascert
ained that ihe New Castle county
Levy Court court could not sue the
Kent county court. Upon investiga
tion, how-ever, to-day the'special
committee appoin ted'found a credit
on the auditor's report of 1898
amounting to $1,200, which they
believe to have been paid to New
Castle county for this repair. The
Now Castle countians wore there
fore obliged to leave
money, but tlie two committees will
begin a vigorous investigation and
confer some lime during the mouth.
illiout the
Mur Kettle.
Stilt
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. O.-The
United States minister, John G. A.
Leishmnn, who intended to start with
his family on
poned his departure from Constantino
ple until Monday In consequence of a
request of tlie sultan to see the minis
ter before the latter left. All the re
cent claims of the United States are in
vacation, has post
year,
Course of selllemgllt.
CONDENSED DISPATCHES.
A Kontuuky negro vagrant was sun
tenced to be sold into servitude for ono
An Italian cruiser lias been placed nt
the disposal of Marconi for wireless
telegraphy experiments.
The Amorlci
embassy In London
has Issued n warning ugalnst stories
or unclaimed estates In England.
Tho Duke and Duchess of Con
naught were chosen lo represent King
Edward and Queen Alexandra ut the
Delhi corouutlon durbar.
Do Not Trifle With Them !
been
lias
her
in
Sara
Mrs.
W.
PAINE'S CELERY
COMPOUND
be
a
of
Permanently Cures Sick and
Nervous Headaches that
Wake Life Miserable.
Sick and nervous headaclies are
amongst the worst ills of life. The
man or woman who is subject to
headache at irregular intervals,
goes through life bearing a load of
misery 'and wretchedness that is
terrible to think of.
Headaches as a rule result from a
disordered condition of the nervous
system. Mental excitement, loss of
sleep, bodily fatigue, and disorder
ed digestion are exciting causes.
When the brain becomes tired and
dibilitated the whole nervous sys
tem is weakened, aud headaches re
sult. If the liver is sluggish the
kidneys inactive, and digestion de
ranged, headaches invariably fol
low. To cure aud present headache
tlie nervous system must be strength
cue I and vitalized. The most per
sistent cases of headache, nervous
frebleness, and sleeplessness, are I.
permanently cured by Paine's Cel- !n
1 Compound; it is tho great re
. I
Henry Westrick, St. Clair,
. ' '
the
m
vis
lias
of
who
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tlie
is
af
constructant of the nervous system.
Mrs.
Mich., tells of her release from
suffering as follows:—
"I have been troubled with dys
pepsia and sick headache for a
number of years. About every week
1 would have a bad spell of sick
I began using
Paine's Celery Compound, my dys
pepsia is gone, and I do not have
any more headaches. I feel better
than I have for years."
headache hut siuca
DO IS.
The Rev. If. Waters pastor of
Haven M. E. Church will preach at
the Layton Home, Sunday after
noon a I 2. BO o'clock.
A bazaar for tho benefit of the
West Eud reading room is being
j Deltl by* the West End Guards
i the reading room building.
l
the
Tho Christiana Outing Club to
j day will have their houseboat towed
; j roin Delaware City to the Moore
as I shi , )yardi wbe ro it will bo over
| [i uu l,, d and put iu first class couili
-
tion.,
Owing to the Y- M. C. A. hall be
ing closed next week the meeting I J°
Of the Wilmington Bowling League! f 01
will be hold Thursday evening iu I
the rooms of the Wilmington Bi- llve
cycle Club.
The Rev. Russell H. Con well. D.
D., tho lecturer, will deliver his
popular lecture entitled, "Acres of
Diamonds," on Tuesday evening,
.September 30. iu the historic edifice
of Secern) Baptist Church, Fourth
and French streets, this city.
will
on
will
will
vice:
The Rev. W. L. S. Murray, of SI.
Paul's M. E. Church, has returned j
from his vacation at Kehoboth aud song
ill preach at Ihe' usual hours lo- lar
will
at
The
the
City,
posed
Mary
and
and
morrow
Kidcr Robert Lewis of the Church
0 f God and Saints of Christ, ha» been
appointed spiritual adviser of tlie
Delaware Orphan Horae and Indus
lrla | school.
Mifcs Ada Shaw has resigned her
position as assistant superintendent
of Delaware Hospital, to which .he
was appointed early in June.
The Rev, D. II. Cochran ol tho
Troy M. E. Conference and formerly
of tlie Wilmington Conference, will
preach iu Union M. E. Church on
Sunday, both morning and evenlug.
Comrades ol the Cl A. R. who intend to
visit Washington during the j6th Na
tional Hucampment in October:
have been made
Hucampment
Many inquiries have been made
concerning Washington and it*
many places of intrest, your atten
tion is respectfully called to the
illustrated "Guide to VVaahingtoti,"
published by the Baltimore Sl Ohio
Railroad, as one of the most com
plete, correct and tliccheapest guide
publisiied. The information contain
ed therein is carefully compiled
and assists visitors in touring the
citv to best advantage in shortest
time. It is beautifully nriuted on
heavy paper, the cover containing
an exquisite steel engraving por
trait oi the ".Stuart" Washington
suitable for framing. All. tbe half
tone illustrations arc made from re
cent photographs.
Tills guide may be obtained from
nil ticket agent* of tlie Baltimore
& Ohio Railroad, "Tbe Great Bat
tlefield Route," at 10 cents eecli, or
will be sunt to any address for 15
cents.
G. A. R. Posts ordering 50 or
more will be furnished at special
low rates. A folder containing a
correct battlefield map and special
maps of Gettysburg and Antietara
will be forwarded with each copy.
For further particulars address
C. W, Bassett, General Passenger
Agent, B. & O. R. R. Baltimore.
of
ed
"My Family Doctor.'*
Blue Island, 111., Jan. 14, 1901.
Messrs, Ely Bugs I have used
your (Team Balm in my family for
nine years and it lias become myj
family doctor for colds in the head,
1 usd it freely on my children. It
is a Godsend to children as they are
roubled more or less.
ours respectfully, J. Kimball.
Judge for yourself. A trial size
can he had for tho small sum of 10
cts. Supplied by druggists or mail
ed by Ely Brothers, 50 Warren
•treot, Now York. Full size, 50 cts.
If
the
do
Terrible plagues, those itching,
pestoring diseases of the skin. Put
irt end to misery. Doan's Ointment
.euye.
CHURCH NOTES.
At the First Methodist l'rotestaut I
Church tomorrow evening the pas- '
tor will sing "The Groat White
Throne," by request. Miss Elsie
McGinley and the children's choir
will render selections.
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fled Lion M. E. Church will be re
opened Kmiday, September 7.
Preaching by Dr, Corkran, presid
ing elder of Easton district, at 10. DO
a. in. aud 7.30 p. m.; at 3 p. m., by
Rev. J. W Easley, of Harrison
Street church. Prof. D. II. Roberts
and Miss Gunning, of Philadelphia,
are expected to assist with the mu
sic. All are welcome.
Tie Wilmington Preachers' Asso
ciation will hold its regular meeting
at Union Church next Monday
moaning.
I)r. Watt will hold the second
quarterly conference for Wesley
church, on Monday evening, Sep
tember (j.
Grace M. E. Sunday school in all
its various departments will reopen
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The church choir will also return
from its vacation and under the di
rection of Miss Elda Idle there will
be special music both morning aud
evening.
On Sunday evening, September 7,
a memorial service over the death
of Rev J. O. Sypherd, will be held
and
are
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Cel- !n ScoU M- E- Church. Mr. Sypherd
re- was a former pastor of tlie church.
. I At the morning service of East
lake Presbyterian Church tomor
'- row a fivo minute address to tlie
children will be given by J. Harry
Tregor, of Baltimore.
Rev. R. A. Forrest, of Orlando,
Florida, is expected tomorrow even
ing at Alliance Hall, No. 010 Adams
streut, at 7.30.
Rev. R. G. Waters, pastor of Ha
ven M. E. church, will preach at
tlie Layton Homo, Sunday after
noon at 2.30 o'clock.
The W. C. T. Uj, of Stanton and
Mnrsiinlllon, aud Marsliallton Lodge
No. '3, k O. y. T. will hold a
Harvest Homo ill Cranston's Grove
near Marshalltou on
Sept. I i.
Among tlie speeches engaged for
the occasion arc Rev. Alfred Smith
m Rev. R. A- Elvvood, Rev. John Snupe
and Rev. W. T. Hammond of Wil
nliygtyn, and Rev. Joel Gillillau of
Newark.
Music will ho furnished by the
Industrial School Baud aud a special
quartette will have charge of tho
singing.
Everybody is cordially invited
Refreshments will he
Thursday,
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dys
a
sick
dys
have
of
at
the
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f 01 ' sale nn.l diimei- and supper will
iu I so1 ' 1 * or tlle low l )Ilce ot 'wenty
Bi- llve centb -
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his
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The pastor and choir of Central
Preabyterian Church have returnsd
after a very enjoyable vacation and
will occupy their respective positions
on Sunday next. A special program
will be given. The following anthems
will be sung at the 10.30 a. m. ser
vice: Gloria in 13, fiat, Farmar; off
ertory, solo, "My God and Father
While 1 Stray," Marston, Frank H.
j Mason. At T.iO p. m., a service of
song will take Hie.place of the regu
lo- lar evening worship, and for fiRoen
minutes preceding this service there
will be a short recital by Norris C.
Morgan, the organist. The music is
at foilows: 7.30 to 7*45 p. m., organ
recital; Fantasia in F. Polleri; Largo
Handel; prayer, Wely. 7.45 p. m.
The Lord is exalted, West; Like as
the Hart) Morrison There is a Holy
City, Shelley; solo, "Abide With Me'
Shelley, Miss Mary C. Morrow;
Babylon, Watson. The choir is com
posed of the following members: Mrs.
William F. Smalley, soprano; Miss
Mary C. Morrow, alto: II. Howard
Carver, tenor; Frank II. Mason, basso
and Norris C. Morgan, choirmaster
and organist. A cordial invitation is
extended to this service.
a
a
to
MABiiL Hi ,'M.I.Y OR THE It CHESS OF
Q ENWOOD AND OLENWOOD
AND ULENDINMNU
extended to this service.
MABiiL Hi ,'M.I.Y OR THE It CHESS OF
Q ENWOOD AND OLENWOOD
AND ULENDINMNU
l.. C. Hi ILKV.
This is an attractive story with a
strong Scotch Ilavor. The smell of
tbo heather and tbe gleam of tbo
Scotch lakes, the very mist of the
atmosphere, pervades the pages as
we turn them. Mr. Thornley, Mir
iam, Master Boroineo, Hannatb, and
tbo other character of the book pos
sess a strange, vivid Interest and
sway over the reader an inlluence not
to be gainsaid.
The book Is divided into nineteen
chapters and the events recorded in
these follow uue another In logical
sequence and each contains a sur
prise. Those chapters which deal
with tbo Holy LaDd, the Attack by
tbe Arabs, tlie captivity of one of the
characters (Mabel) and her escape,
are full of romanco and rapid move
ment Indeed, the book, as a whole,
holds the reader breathless from tlie
first page to tho last.
Cloth, l:imo, fl.25. May bo order
ed through any bookseller, or will be
sent postpaid for ihe price by th* Ab
bey Press, Publishers, of doc Hun
dred aid Fourteen Fifth Avenue,
New York, with agencies in Lon
don, Montreal aud clswhere, who al
ways issue Interesting works.
I bird Sireul Bridge.
it | s expected that Third street
bridge will be open fur travel the last
otnext week,
Patrons of tiro bridge are now be
coming accustomed to the ferry ser
vice of the two gasullne launcliestliat
were engaged by the county. The
launches made trips continuously
across the river carrying passenger*
wlthoul charge*
t scnp.d from Workhouse.
Andrew Cluokcnback escaped from
the Oounly Workhouse atGreenhank,
aod has not been recaptured, IIo
had served 15 days of a two month's
sentence, and had been assigned to
do some outside work when he eluded
the'guard and departed In a groat
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Tierney, Wilmington.8t5t>4
Will Bremm, High School.7 1 (18
Barton, Wilmington A. A. 1072
Aubrey, Wilmington A. A.511
Meyers, Wilmington ...500 j
Walker,
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G. Bradford,.
C. Giammtle, Rod Star Jr.120
WHY DIS
CRiWiNATE,
Just at the present time it mav
not be out of the way to ask why
should a telephone company dis
criminate In terms to subscribers.
A customer who pays by the quarter
is entitled to as much consideration
as the man who signs a contract for
hve years.
The Board of Trade very wisely
has taken up the matter as the
Delaware and Atlantic Telephone
Corapauy proposes to increase its
rates. Manager Mehaffy says:
The reduction in rebate affects a
comparatively small number of our
2,200 stations. None of our measur
ed service subscribers are affected.
Nearly all of those affected have
had the matter explained by me,
j and with very few exceptions, have
' understood that the reduction in
rebate W&s warranted by the con
ditions.
As to Mr. Muiicii s fear that
another reduction in rebate might
be made a year irom now, 1 can
Fply say, as I have already stated
to Mr. Mullen, that any subscriber
may enter iiilo a three or five-years'
contract, thereby guaranteeing no
further reduction in rebate.
The Delmarvia company is g
entire satisfaction nud its rates are
reasonable. The people are pleas
ed with its service and no effort is
made to force the customer to pay
exorbant rates. The poor man
comes in for his share as well as
the man who signs for five years.
Taking into consideration the privi
leges given to tlic Delaware and
Atlantic Company it should be j
made to feel tlie protest of the j
people and the Board ot Trade is
doing right to hold its protesting
meetings.
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Terribly Katen By Rats
Washington,D. C. Sept. 5.—After
a hard day's work, William Watson
60 years old, laydown for a refresh
ing nap in the cellar of his bouse.
He dreamed of being eaten alive
and awakened to find several score
gaunt gray rats gnawing at his
tace and inflicting sharp bites ail
over hia body, lie started
at
»V
up in
terror, hut the rats clung to him
their teeth tore great holes in his
clothing.
Watson escaped after a hard
fight and was taken toa hospital.
The surgeons describe his case as
one of Ihe most pecular [and horri
ble they ever handled. More than
a hundred ugly wounds were found
the man s' body. Unless blood
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poisoning developes, AVatson will
recover.
Actors Visit Here
Mr. and Mra. James Iv. Hacked,
well known actors arrived to this
city yesterday and are the guests
Mr. and Mrs. A. I Du Font, Both
Mr. aod Mrs. Ilackett breught
their guns and will go after reed
and rail birds during (heir stay
here. Both are expertgunners and
each year spent sometime in gun
ning near this city.
Republican County Committee.
The Regular Republcan County
Committee met at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon at the rooms of llio Young
Men's Republican Club. The princi
pal business before it will bo tbe
reception of tbo report of tlie sub
committee that arranged for common
primaries on October 4.
Pntronizliiff New Line.
Tlie new extension of the Peoples'
Railway Co. is being well patronized.
Tlie road bed has been placed in
excellent condition for most of the
length but a force of men Is still at
work
the section where tlie line
emeses tho 1'. W. and 11 branch
lino lu Augustine Mills.
Po ice clutch?* Again.
John, alias "Buoky" Reed, was re
leased from the workhouse yesterday
morning jifter eerv'iig a td'"
drunkenness,
again in f
celebrate
by getting drank, and was unable to
take care of himself when the police
got him.
Special Sunday Rxcurnon to Baltimore.
Vja P enns ylvania Raijvoad Sen
ternber 7. Round trip tickets good
only on epeoial train <1.00 from
Wilmington. Special train leave*
Wilmington 9.00 a. in. Returning
leaves Baltimore, (Union Station)
8.30 p. m.
ti
By noon ho
IJie hands of the police. Ho
d his release from custodv
was
to
Is
L ost-on Monday >«Fr. 1 . 1903 , black
Mon Jacket oil n Uraielywluo SnrlDL'.
ooriu comluglrnm Serlu.ai aultablo rowiml
If 1.(1 St tlu. offlos. not
NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE.
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treated for three ya
doctors." writes W. A Groar. Mu Com
uellfivUle, C)for Piies, and Fistula, but.
when all failed, Buoklen'a Aruioa £>al
cured
by good
I
in two
Bruiser, Cuts, Com*, S
^alf. Kliou
B. RaufortU'd drug store.
Burns,
. Eruptions,
pay. 2
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
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3 One can hardly class the King
Dramatic Company which tills all of
next week at the Grand Opera 11
3 with ihe usual run of week stand
organizations that appear here from
time to lime. Tile sterling qualities
of the various plays announced for
each cf lha eleven performances de
serve to make the urbanization oc
cupy a plane particularly Its own.
Commencing with "riie Cherry
| Pickers.-' the opening hill Monday
j nlglit. one well-known success follows
| another In rapid succession. Ainou^
the well known dramas to be given
(luring the week is Joseph Arthur's
famous corned/ dja aa of Kentucky
Hie, ''Blue Jeans". The thrilling saw
mill scene will be presented entire.
Ou Wednesday night- ''.Siienancioali"
promises tlie star bill of the engage
ment. This, without doubt, is the
moat famous play ever presented by
a stock com nan v mi the road or when
ise
j
permanently located. Other well
Known plays are 'A Ward of France'
"Aguiltv Mother", •tSiheria" ''Ala
bama and "Jim, the Penman. " This !
season the company isjlieaded by Miss ■'
Helen Crayco and Mr. Frank Lyman !
who are considered as clcvei* artists i
as ever lead olt ihegast ot this popu
lar organization during the six years j
it has been before the public. )
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Georgetown, Del., Sep. 5.—The 1
fanners of Sussex county will as- !
semhle at Setbyvlllo oil WiJnes lay '
and Thursday, Oclober 8 amid,and j
hold a larmcrs' Institute for which I
an attractive programe has been
arranged- I, O'. L.ffi ., master of
Selbyvllie Gram;e 1 will deliver the
address of welojine, after which the
ollowiif aldresi will be deli vered.
"The .San Jaso Scale—Its oeeqi'
[ fSfiflJ at Selbyvifle find liu.y iu do
lf0?it," Wesley Weub; •• What tlie
State board Of Agriculture
for Delaware Fariilel'S, " II. Mes
slc.k, president of tlie Board; ''Straw
berry Culture,'' Charles Barkef, Mil
ford; "How lu gfot Berries to Mar
ket in uood Shape," Rev. F. N.
Faulkner; "Other Small Fruits.''
Carles Barker and J. W. lvilleu; How
to Use Silo and Make It I'ay," W.
M. Dickson, Woodside; "Poultry oa
the Farm," J tv. Killen; "How De
posits I'ay In the best Farmers'
Bank,'' Wesley Webb; Peach Culture
-■—Ilow to Revive It In Lower Sus
sex," Charles Barker; "Keiller Pear
and Other Tree Fruits," S, II. Mas
sick; General Vegetable Culture and
! Market Gardening," J. W. Killen;
I ' Sweet Potatoes—How to Gr
Market Them—the Prolita," S. H.
Derby, master State Grange; "The
Grange —What It Has Done in Del
aware, "8. II. Messlsk; ■• What It is
Doing Now," S. H, Derby; "What
It May Do," general discussion.
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rrcft-MNor Vlrebnw, Great Medical
Dlucoverer.
BERLIN, Sept. <1.—Professor Rudolf
Virchow is dead here, aged nearly
eighty-one years. One of the greatest
medical discoverers of this or any oth-'
er age, he spent nearly sixty years In
adding to the sum of human know!*
edge. When, on the occasion of his
eightieth birthday, statesmen and
medical men of all the world united to
I give him an jinparulleled ovation and
Professor Virchow made a speech of
two hours, tracing llio development of
pathological science, it was necessary
for him to recount to a great extent
his own achievements. (
''The history of Professor Virchow'*
life and work," declared the Londop
Times in this connection, "forms one
of the grandest illustrations of the tri
umph achieved over every obstacle by
genius manifested in infinite labor and
guided by absolute love of truth and
by dauntless courage."
The history of Professor Virchow'*
life, from his birth, in 1821, as the sou
of a small shopkeeper and farmer in
the village of Schivelbein, in Pomera
nia. has frequently been narrated. Un
I til the age of thirteen he was educated
I at the Yolksebulo of his native village,
j At seventeen he passed his "departing
of
for
ise
! semination" ut the Gymnasium of
■' Koh1,u a,ld immediately afterward pro
! cet *d(-d to Berlin to study medicine,
i graduated as doctor in 1843 and bc
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came assistant professor at the Berlin
! Charity hospital.
LEWIS VISITS MITCHELL. \
1 some Ailvantanefl Clalmeil a. Reaall
!
' WlLKESBAItRE, I'a., Sept. (1—T. L.
j Lewis, vice president of the United
I Mine Workers,
f Woi
Virgin In Strike.
•ho ci
» from Virgin
! la to hold a conference with President
I Mitchell, has returned south. Mr.
| MltcUell Sit id Mr* Lewis' visit was
with reference to the sTrike Tn Vir
ginia.
President Mitchell says 700 men are
affected by tho settlement of tho strike
•nhontas region. They we:®
granted a semimonthly pay day, whielA
the chief officer of the United Mine
Workers thiulcs is a very important
concession. About 20,000 miners are
-1 still out In the Kajiawha, New Itiver
I j'pd Fairmount districts. j
So as the anthracite region is
Fit^dept Mitchell says
) change ?ll situation.
concerned
there is n
The district officers continue *°
that the strikers are remaining tiiT?
At the offices of the eon 1 companies It
is claimed that the
mber of appli
cants for work is Increasing every dajr
and that the output 1
ies and mines in operation this week
will be the largest since the strike be
the wusher
gan.
(rim
Act Dei
ced.
DUBf.lN, Ireland, Sept. <>.—At tho
public me. ;:.g held here which waa
convened by the lord mayor of Dublin
to protest against the recent proelama
tion of tl
t in five Irish
counties it was resolved to hold a dem
onstration in riiaenix park Sept. 14.
The voting cf this resolution was re
ceived
bludgeoned, as in John Red
mond. leader of tho Irish party in tho
house of commons and chairman of
the United Irish league, denounced
the proclamation of the crimes art aa
icked outrage issued nt
the whim of a despot and a gang of
absentee landlords.
itli shouts
f "We shall be
u gross ami
The liquiiable
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