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INTERESTING NOTES OF FENCADER TOWN. While Howard Saunders, a driver for John W. Dayett, was driving under an arch at tlie Newark pulp mills the top of tho wagon was torn off and tho horses slightly injured. In order to be near liis work Wil liam Norris lias removed to Newark Mrs. J. I, Dayett is visiting her 'parents at Christiana. Miss Bertha Rutledge has as her guest Miss Alice McAllister. Comrades of the O. A. R. who intend to vlslt Washington (luring the .yoth Na tlonal bOcampm.ilt in October : Many imjniriea have been made concerning Wasilngtou and ita many places of intrest, your atten tion is respectfully called to the illustrated "Guide to Washington. " published by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, as one of the most com plete, correct and the cheapest guide published. The inlonnation contain ed therein is carefully compiled and assists visitors iu touring the city to best advantage in shortest time. It is beautifully printed on heavy paper, the cover containing an exquisite steel engraving por trait ot the "Stuart" Washington ■ uitable tor framing. All the half tone illustrations are made from re cent photographs. This guide may be obtained from ail ticket ageels of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, "The Great Bat tlefield Route, " at 10 cents each, or will be sent to any address tor 15 cents, ' G. A. R. Posts ordering 50 or snore will be furnished at special low rales. A folder containing a correct battlefield map aud special maps of Gettysburg and Antietam will be forwarded with each copy. For further particulars address C. W, Bassett, General Passenger Agent, B. & O. R. R. Baltimore. 'Your Last Chance To.morrow to worship in the old church, cor. 4th and French streets. WilliamL. 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Out ofit all she liad drawn confirmation for certain palmist theories andaineud ed others by a few rules of her own which she contemplated publishing —by and by. > There is a popular superstition that young houso doctors and nurses always fall iu love with each other. But Miss Plympton was saved from this extravagance of emotion by her discovery that all her contemporary doctors had forbidding lines. In the band of ono sbo discovered unmistakable evidence of mental ab cration, iu another sign ot a violent temper, and still another was hope lessly stingy. The owner uf the lat ter, however, persisted iu liking her in spite of all her snubs. So it came about that when be established a suc cessful practice in a. little town noar tlie city it was she fur whom lie sent when lie had a diilleult case. One stilling summer day she re ceived a telegram from him: "Como at once. Only girl in family lias typhoid. Family lost their heads. Cookgone.' 1 It was not clear from the telegram which was worse, tlie typhoid or tlie desertion of tlie cook. But Miss Ply mptoii concluded that she would risk Impression iu the latter's place and went down un the next. Tho doctor met her and drove her to the MacDounld house. There for two days uud nights she saw aud heard nothing but hor patient. Then Mrs. MacDonald re covered sufficiently from her ex haustion to take her turn at the pursing again. Miss Plympton slipp ed out on the veranda for a breath of fresh air to soothe her nerves before going to bed. A tall young man catno up tho path. Soeing her he stopped. "Miss Plympton, I believe. lain your patient's oldest brother. Moth er tells me that Mary is better thanks to you. Why, when sho is well again we live boys will be ready to canoize you." He laughed uud silt down beside her. Miss Plympton tried to smtlo, but the domination of sleep was upon her, aud she gazed at him with vague, heavy eyes. "Pardon me, you are very tired." he said hastily. As she said "Good night" uud crept away to bed she still remembered the consideration iu his tone. Tlio iii'.xt overling when she wont out ou the veranda Robert Mac Donald again happened up the walk and again lie stopped beside her. But she was now mure in the mood fora chat. Very soon they found that he knew friends in her home town and that they were friends by proxy. When Mary grew Htill better Miss I'lympttin uud Hubert ventured on little walks. When tlie invalid was silting Up Robert took her nurso driving. The days were passing very pleasantly for Miss Plympton, pleasantly that sho seemed to have so it t cu her hobby. tot I'eihups she dreaded to introduce into these peaceful tete-a-tfetes the discussion which an expoatiou of her theoriesalway seemed fated to arouse Indeed she seemed almost fearful of glancing at KoberX's palms and loath lo read tnc story they might tell. When he came to her one evening holding out his hand with ; exag gerated air of affliction she saw that her duty could no longer be evaded, '•1 have a case for you, Mias Ply. lust see how my finger is mpton. swollen. 1 cut tt yesterday morning ou tho edge of a sheet of paper. You have infected it. It needs to be laid open and drained- Iu a mom ent slifc was mi ay getting together gauze, water and scalpei. When sin was through aud had put the last touches ou the neat bandage he not iced that she was silent and pule. Ho thought it was because sho mi tid ed the bit of blood. "I iglit lo have go.loii do wo to Dr. Buckley," lioi>alct npoinget leally, "and not asked you to tioljio r witii tliis when vou were tired out. '' Stie shook her hea l smilingly. Just the same, when sho roac'iod her own room she threw herself down the bed and cried and cried. She was learning how much she cared for Robert, learning It when she must never think of him again. Was It nut all there in the lines of his hand—insanity and violent death? It was kind of the gods to forewarn her, blit just at first tlio kindness seemed bard. The next evening sho did not go out on the veranda, nod »o for many evenings. When Robert urg ed her to come for a walk sho said she was too tired, instead sho tell Into the habit of taking lonely littlo walks in the morning, just for exer cise. She went down to the drug store one day to fill a prewriptiou for Mmy. In u euge iu one eoruer won it monkey*whose only diversion seemed to lie tlie teasing of :i Ituilie somo fox ten-ier. The monkey would stretch out u lmud uud pull the fox terrier's ear, then scramble up and listen to tlie dog's snappy hark witii the caricature of a laugh on liis impish face. From force of habit Sliss Plympton watched his little yellowish pink palm. It was a perfect hand. Tlie heart line, the head line, tlie mounts, hud tho stamp of an admir able hand. That monkey, accord ing to her science, should live long, marry happily uud have all the catalogue of virtues. Miss Plymvtoii watched in facia* ating horror. Then the light ol a great relief overspread her lace. Finally etc laughed long aad hear I tllljr, but the druggitt was turprin ed to detect a touch olliy.term in her laugh. Thetallfe of a nurae la hard od the nerve^lie redected. TbatevenlugMia.l'lympton came down cu the veranda, and Robert was deiightrd to find that the hau teur of the luet days had melted a* if by magic., They talked long and late, and the inuonllght disclosed happiness in two faces. Robert McDonald never under stood his nifs's fancy for the drug store monkey. When it died shortly the druggist declared that she had killed it with sweets, but Mrs.Mc Douald. only saw in the beasts death the fast providential argu ment against-her palmistic aberra tions. COLORED MAN SHOT DEAD. cldentaily Shoots His Friend Charles Carty, New Castle, Sept. 27.—Charles Carty, colored, was shot by Johu White, colored, lust uight and died immediately. The bullet passed in Carty's right oye and lodged in his brain. Tho shooting was accidental and Mayor Boyd after making an investigation allowed White to re main at large, pending the result of the Coroner's jury. About 8.45 o'clock last evening Carty was at White's house on School street and the young men, being friends, they had a social time. Young White took a revolver from the mantel and Carty struck White's arm such a bluw that his arm was shot up ward anil the force was midi that tho revolver was discharged. Tho bullet of the 32 iwiibro revolver en tered his right eye aud Carty fell to the floor. A messenger was seut for Dr. Andrews hut by tho tiino he arrived Carty was dead. Mayor Boyd was notified and several eye witnesses of the affair informed him how the shooting took place aud ho decided there was no cause for the arrest of young White. Deputy Cor oner Chandler was notified aud an inquest will be hold. Undertaker Clewell took charge of tho body. After tho shooting the scone of tho accident was visited by large num bers of people. Lying in the back shed on his bed was Carty while the floor by his side was covered with blood. Among the colored folks excitement reigned supremo \yhile young Whito was prostrate with grief over tho fatal shooting. Carty was 20 and White 17 years of age. Charles Taylor is among tho miss ing. Yesterday morning Mrs. An nie Barnes called up Mayor Boyd and fold that official that she had been insulted by a hoarder, Charles Taylor aud sho wanted him arrest ed. .She swore out a warrant charg ing Taylor with acting in a disor derly manner. When Officer Tobin went to tlie residence of Taylor's brother, Taylor was not at home. Ho arrived soon, however, front the Janvier farm where ho had been at work, He was iu bis bare feet and what clothes ho wore were wet, as tho fellow had spent the morning iu tho field picking tomatoes. The officer read tho warrant to him and lie asked for permission to take off his wet clothes uud oat his dinner before going to the Mayor's office. The officer consented but when Tay lor did not show up in balf an hour lie went after liini to find that Tay lor had dressed and loft on a trolley ear. Mrs. Baruos upon loarning this boarded u car and wont iu pur suit saying she could find Taylor in Wilmington. Mrs. Barnes allegos that Taylor used very bad language in hor presence. Lovers of dancing will be pleased to know that John Wright has rented tho Opera Houso aud that tjfo dances so popular last year will ho held there this winter. A num ber of Wilmington dancers are ex pected to he present at the dance tliis evening. Wood and oil burning stoves. Stoops. EXTIIA FREIGHT TRAIN COL LIDES WITH CARS. In the westyard last night about 10 o'clock an extra freigh. train collided with empty freight cars in the west yard Five cars were de railed and demolished. Theengine was slightly damaged. Bugiue No. 183 was attached to the special train which was carry ing material jo repair tile washout at Frincipio, Superintendent Uan nard's car was attached for the purpose of bringing back the work men ou duty at the washout. The two cats that wete demolish ed were loaded with peanuts,which were scattered in every direction. The engineer uud firemen were stun ned by the force of the collision,but were able to resume their duties Ono of nature's remedies; cannot harm the weakest constitution; nev er fails to euro summer complaints of young or old. Dr. Fowler s Ex tract of Wild Strawberry. Ball Pla)4srs 1s Hall I one Two handsome halt lone pictures entitled "Our Balt Players" will be giveu away with every copy or the Sunday Star on next Sunday, Septem ber 28.' The picturesaro well execut ed aud aro wortl^to any one more than double the price asked tor the paper. A BOY'S WILD RIDE FOR LIFE, Witb u fondly around expecting him to die, uud u riding lor got Or. King's New Discovery for Con MUtnpriioti, Coughs and Colds, W. K. Brown.of Loesvtllo, lnd., endurod death's agonies front Asthma, blit this wonderful medicine gave (ustnut relief uud cured film. He writes: "1 now Bloep soundly every uight.'' Llko marvelous cures of Consumption, Pueuiuouta, Bron chltD, Coughs, Cold and Grip prove its matchless merit for all throat aud luug troubles. Guurautued bo; ties 50c.uu(l 11. Trial bottlss free at N. 1L Duutortk's drug store Mfo, 18 miles, to ! JJ*? strike REGION QUIET. Presence of Troops Seems to Hare Good Effect, PHILADELPHIA, Sopt. 27,-No dis turbances of moment have occurred in the strike region during the past twen ty-four hours. There was a small riot at Centralia, in the southern end of Columbia county, where some strikers attacked nonunion men who were on their way to the mines, and Sheriff Ivnorr asked Governor Stone to send troops to quell the disturbance. Thus far no troops have been sent. In the Lackawi regions universal quiet prevails, and the soldiers are not called upon to sup press any disorder, while at Forest City, Susquehanna county, the extreme northern end of the anthracite coal belt, the presence of the soldiers has had the effect of awing the rioters. At Lebanon, where the employees of the American Iron and Steel company lwive been fighting against the im porta - tion of colored laborers, there is a tem porary truce, with a likelihood that all differences will be settled and the men shortly return to work. nrfd Wyoming Acenaed of Bribery. SCRANTON, Pa., Sept. 27.— In a statement just issued District Presi dent Nichols accuses Michael Grimes, an ex-mine foreman, of being "at the head of a movement inaugurated by the coal companies to bribe a number of mine workers' locals for $2,500 apiece to vote to return to work." Mr. Nichols declares at tlie close of his statement that his "informants stand ready to prove their assertions in court." Mr. Grimes denies Nichols' statement, and the coal companies also say it is not true. ST. LOUIS BOODLISTS. Sensational Development* Before tlio Grand Jury. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 27,-Latcst devel opments in the boodle investigation ore sensational, subpoenas duces tecum having been issued at the instance of Circuit Attorney Folk, commanding Broker James C. Campbell and Wil liam Reed, his enabler, to appear in court with two checks aggregating $47.51)0. dated Nov. 28, 1809, and paya bk v to Ed Butler, a prominent local pol itician, and to explain the purpose for which the checks were drawn. It was found on investigation by the grand jury that both cheeks had been cashed and returned to Broker Campbell. The date of these checks was the same as the day on which the ten year lighting bill passed the house of delegates, for which nineteen members are said to have received $2,500 each for their votes. Up to .a late hour deputy sher iffs were unable to serve the subpoenas. At Broker Campbell's office It was stated that Reed had not 5ee since Thursday and that his employer was In the east. Another session of the grand Jury wns held yesterday, several being examined. The final meeting and report will be held on Monday. An ad ditional effort to secure the release on writs of habeas corpus of the four members of the house of delegates who are now in jail awaiting trial on charges of bribery and perjury failed. Judge Valiant of the supreme court, before whom this petition was taken, denied the application, declaring he had no jurisdiction. there dtnessos l'lrclmu ConfcNNKM. LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 27.—The fire that burned the barn, horsey and car riages of the Nebraska Asylum For tho Insane and threatened the hospital building last Wednesday wns started by Frank Aekersou, a runaway inmate. He was found fourteen miles in the country and on being returned made a full confession. Tlisinsjiijity is of such a type that he was regarded harmless, and he had been allowed the privileges of the grounds. Superintendent Gr was severely burned at the time of the lire. Iiisiinity Saves n Fratricide. DOVER, N. II., Sept. 27.-Albert M. Glass, a young man of this city who was under Indictment for the murder of his brother George, has been mitted to the Concord Prison "Insane hospital by order of Judge Young, who after a brief hearing decided that the man was incurably insane. The court accepted the plea of not guilty entered by the defendant's counsel. The plea was offered on the grounds that Glass had been pronounced insane. coin Weathi Fair; fresh east winds, becoming va riable. Probabilities, CONDENSED DI8PATCHES. Four peasants were shot by soldiers In a revolt In Hungary. A cyclone In Sicily flooded Catnnla and killed several persons at Modiea. A French army officer was dismissed for refusing to close unauthorized schools. Bulgarian revolutionists have broken through the Turkish cordon at Salon- i ika after n bloody tight. Justice David J. Brewer of the Unit ed States supreme court wns badly burned about the face and hands while cleaning up brush at his Vermont sum mer cottage. It has been learned that the bequest of Miss Wlnthrop of New York to Princeton merly reported to be about $500,OuU, will amount to $I,400.0(K'. ?mi»rtr.v, which was for FORTUNE FAVORS A TEXAN. "Having distressing pains in head back and stomach, and being without, a potito, L began fo u-o Dr. King' Life Pills." writes VV. P. Whitehead, of Kennedale, Texas, "and New felt like n Iiifnlllble In Ntomaoh and liver troubios. Only 25c. at N. B. Dan far ill's drug store. BALTinORE and OHIO RAILROAD, Bat tletie'd Route Very Low Rates to Washingfoo, D. C. Account 36th National LTicampmcnt, O. A. R. From all stations between Phila delphitv an I Washington, tickc t will be sold for rejjuUr trains ot Octber 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, ami 10, valid for return until October 14 except it tick ets aro deposited with Joint Agent, Washington between October 7, and 14, and on payment of 50 cents, they may bcextendedlo leave Washing ton until November 3, 1902, inclu sive. Excellent "Koval Blyao" acrvice. Forty five minute trains between Baltimore and Washington. Call on ticket agents Baltimore and Ohih U. LI. for fullj^articuiara. MAY CADSE A STRIKE Flour Mill Managers Answer Employees' Union. HAD ASKED FOR EIGHT HOUR DAY. llut Without ('Iuiiiko In I*i» y—A Small In lloiM-ly Wage Of fered, With the Desired Shorter llourn. lurrenite MINNEAPOLIS., Minn., Sept. 27. Forrnul answer has been made by the Hour mill managers of Minneapolis to the demand submitted by their em ployees' union for an eight hour day. The response in effect is as follows: "It is not our intention to oppose you or your union, but when it comes to time of wuges and hours we must sim ply repeat our answer made to you on May 17, that Minneapolis mills cannot pay for eight hour*' work higher wages thqn mills in all other sections of the country pay for'twelve hours' work. • work is mainly superintending machines and Is different from the work of men in many other employ ments, and you cannot, as is claimed for many other employments, do us much work in eight hours as iu twelve hours. Y "If, However, you Have fully made minds that you ivnut an eight •e willing to make tlie up y hour day, we change and pay the following wages: Millers now receiving $3 to receive 35 cents an hour, machine men now re ceiving $2.50 to receive 20 cents an hour, machine men now receiving $2.25 to receive 20 cents an hour, oilers now receiving $1.75 to receive hour. cents an "This will give you the eight hour schedule y lion a very largo increase in the hour ly wage. If this proposition is turned down, we shall shut down our mills or employ other men who are more rea sonable in their demands." The flour mill employees' union is to meet tomorrow afternoon, when the proposal of the mill managers will be considered. The strike has been set for next Monday if the union shall de termine to reject the managers' coun ter proposition. have desired and in add! YOUNG'S FATHER TALKS. Think* Son Innocent ami Will Do AH ver to Hein Him. PARIS, Sept. 27.—A press represent ative has interviewed John W. Young, father ol' William Hooper Young, who i# charged with the murder in New I York of Anna Neilson Pulitscr. On the developments in the case against his son Mr. Young said: "I am now convinced from jvhat has been published and from my own cable advices that my son is innocent,, and I shall do the utmost In my power to help him, while if I thought him guilty of such a horrible crime I would not move my hand to save him from jus tice. "He is waywnrd b but he never had a criminal tendency. The only explana tion to my mind which can connect him with this crime Is that he fell un der the influence of some designing person who perpetrated tho murder and through whom my son acquired a guilty knowledge of the crime or pos # bly became gn accessory after the fact. "The boy is not insane, but his men tal strength has been undermined by vicious habits into whiqh he fell while young. "The dispatches say that a suit of my son's clothes was found In the trunk witfl the murdered woman's clothing. This itself is in his favor, for the perpetra of a crime would never couvjyt himself in such an obvious way. This was done by the real mur derer, who is using my son as a screen. "I wish to say that my son is not a ember of the Mormon church, nor In lli* IN has he been connected with it for many We have been estranged for fifteen years. I helped him frequently through my other son, but have not •aywardnesa seen him becuuse of Ids and his vicious habits, t< rhieli his uu fortunate failings are due. vithout my knowledge and consent that my son was living In my apartments durtng my absence." "It wai Blase PITTSBURG, Sept. 27. - Fire has damaged the East End hotel to the ex tent of $3,000. For a time it was feared the entire structure would be destroyed anil that the flames would spread to the Central stockyards, but prompt work confined the fir** to the third floor of the hotel. The greatest confusion reigned among the 200 guests, but nil escaped. Miss I.i/.zie Fultz, an em ployee, in whose room the tire started, badly burned. It is thought the Are wns caused by an explosion of gas. The hotel is owned by H. W. A lie it on of Chicago. Death In a Hunaivny Car. ITHACA, N. Y., Sept. 27.—As n're collision between a street car from tho East Ithaca station, which was waiting Effffy street, and a car from Cornell university, control of which had been lost by the motormnn while proceeding down hill, Motormun Fred K. Hopkins whs crushed to death. There were no passengers on the every one on the waiting car had time to leuve before the crash came. suit of a head a switch on way car, and A Doable itlnriler. COLUMBUS, On.. Sept. 27.-Infor mntion bus reached this city of a dou ble murder at Upatoic, Oa., eighteen miles from here. During a quarrel Arthur Comer instantly killed his wife, Louise, shooting her with a pistol, Shortly afterward J. W. Murphy, Mrs. Comer's father, hearing of Ids daugh ter's tragic death, went to his son-in law's residence and shot him dead with the same weapon Comer lmd used to kill his wife. $ 1.00 TO BALTIMORE AND RETURN *l.oo, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 th VIA. B. & O. R. R. One dollar to Baltimore return via Baltimore and Ohio railroad' Sunday, .September 23. Special trains leave Market street at 8.45 a. in. Delaware Avenue Sta tion at 9 a, m. h'e turn ing. leave Baltimore, Camden Station, 7 p. m Mt. Koyal Station 7.05 p, in. aud Bin, 's Comp. Puunyroyui Pills. Tbs adtos' ext ra^urdlnary toniudy. you got tho "Coinp." liy mail 41.00. oJ'i King s: root * lia surs F°" SHERIFF Of Now Castlt County iu I Mi, Einmit F. Slidbam Ot Wilmington Hundred, Subject to itcDublicau party rules. lUtt I , ..n .--dicuifp Of iNewC.istla County, 1933, James E Seville. Subject to Republi party rulos. JjMM b OK JifcCOKDKlt OF DEE Dei Of Now Custle Comity, James P. Ratledge Of Peui'Rilc Hundred. Subject ilui daemon uf the Republican 0*17 tii party. h/Ol: K eco u i .*ic r of I) ;■:eds ■L* Of Mew Cast)* Count? Janies S. Moore Of Wilmington Hundred. Subject to iho rule* uf tho lie public no uU-tn F OK STATE SENATOR First Seuntoriul District, George W. Sparks. f-'llbiect rules of Republi cun p if. nB Tj'OU STATU SEMA'J'Olt •P . Tlird Senatorial District Comprising Hrundywine Hundred mid Chris . tiuua Hundred 901 Mi of Lancaster Pike. Thomas J. Stirling. Subject tlio deciaicu of tho Republic L'"i: btaTK sen atok 4-' Third .-onatorlal District. Comprising nil o! Brand, rviuu hundred unit Christiana Hundred, uorlh uf Lancaster -like. Alexander L. Stevinson. Subject to Republi the flout! tors. rule*. Fa . able to of two itepublicau U. 3« H»-nu IFOR STATE SENATOR jf First .senatorial District, „ Comprising all of the city North of ASighth Street, ^ Janies W. Robeitson. Subject CO Republican rules. Favorable to the Election of T U. li. bcuators. F or clerk of the orphans' couul and R agister iu Court of c'haucery David P. Hutchinson/ Of Arpoquinitnink Hundred. •Subject to the decision of the Republican voters Mf New Castle C'junty, Your vote rud lulluouce will bo apprecia* - itopubli jy23-tu ted, tt OK JtKUJhTKR b F WILLS For New Castle County Of Wilmiugtou Hundred, Frederick E. Bach. Subject to the deci*i< party. of the Republican uKHu F or register of wills Newcastle County 1901 Francis M. Walker Of,Mill Creel; Hundred. .Subject to tuo decision of tlie Republic* x tarty. *-*■ 1 foil REGISTER OF WILLS Ol New Castle County Howard G. Ely Of Chrlstiuna Hundred. Subject to decision of the Republican party b9-tu OR CLERIC OF ORPHANS COURT and REGISTER OF COURT' IN CHANCERY Of I\ b Castle County, Wm. T. Deighton. drod. Subject to Republican party. Of Mill Creek H a8 tt £| OK CLERK OF tPBANS' COURT REGISTER IN CHANCERY Walter S. Money. Subject to decision of Republic a7*f party. ; O It R tT R E fcf E X T AT IVI' Third Distric F Frank Corbit Subject to the dtciHiou of Republioa party. on It El* U UBS N TATI V R IN THE OUMiilAL. ASSEMBLY F John W. Morrison Ninth Repre tlio de tativ Di.-t Of tlio Don Subject party. 1 , OR LEVY COURT CCMMISSIONER For the DlHtriet Cemi.iisiig Mill( Christiauu and Jiraudywine llimdieds Samuel Franklin Ewart. Subject to Republi cok, I' f*24 lOt TTtOU LEVY COURT. JJ For District nprislnn Braulrv U Mill Creulc Ituuilre la ( C. Canby Hopkins. Mill Crock 11 uudrod. of tho lieput'.lca puny. the deciait n^OR REPKESENTATIV 10 .Second District North ot Eighth alreun Lust of Market and includiug Nr " - 1 C. A. Rudolph. el-tf Subject to Republic! ;'CR REPRESENTATIVE b he Uoueral Atseinbly died. i From Christ Inna H HARRY WHITEMAN, Subject to Republican rules, which mean to and to .nip. thereof for go into caucus of ihu majority port the successful Uuitel Stales Seoul', self to do. inch 1 plud t |uy . rth niiltlct, F'" HliDKK.SKNTATIVK Front V WILLIAM LAWTON •o Republic Unitou Statod benatora V Caucus to rui jyOK REPRESENTATIVE, For Second District, ERWIN F. PHILLIPS, to Republican rules. Favorable to U. S. Huiiaiors SnbJ* the election of two Hepubli OR It if PP. LHICM T A T1V E Of th« Six'll District H uud tod 14)4 George W. Webster. Subject to the docifllou of the Republican it t v a7-tu F brnudyw LPOR ROAD COMMISSIONER JJ For Mill Creek Hundred Ellis P. Hicks Subject to rules of Republic party. p0RA89B890f .Mill Creek Ilumind I J. Thompson East burn. bubject to tho rul< of HepuUica rty. lm L AD1KH SUFFER ING FROM I It REGULAR Hies 110111 whatever ciiue.i cua obtain positive, eftfo. pal DH o 1 r fr«iu; 1 Utlit'to, 12d N, llth •write. Dr. L . Phllu , Pa. rail < utr 1 LAOILiS 1' HUM :t mu obtain quicK, po or no charge. Honi.i J to 1 lu ii.ody Lo.. 1107 Arch street Dr. 'h lii lelplii r 1 cua it D r. dehardt's fisnnyuoyal PILLS. The only genuine Pen nyroyal Pilla; at druggists or by mail $1.00. Office 209 N. Ninth street, PhUa. B ERTPRlCatt RAID t Mtown wild houie H bougl Nit R \N d guodi of 1 da :riptlou ml exchange l stov(« rv| tiy uticudoJ to. A J uu pi U.NNLi;, .Do 1 ail K President Gains Steadily* WASHINGTON, S«pt. 27.—The con dition of President ltoosevelt's injured leg shows steady and satisfactory progress toward improvement. There is only n slight improvement percepti ble fr day to day, ns the healing process is naturally slow and tedious. The president spent yesterday very quietly, his principal visitor being Sec retary Moody, who had some navy de partment matters to bring to bis atten tion. Dr. Itlxey called for a short visit almut 4 o'clock, and Dr. Lung, the president's regular physlctun, was with him for a brief time during the evening. Da lifter of Illooil Poinon. INDIANAPOLIS, Iml., Sept. 27.—A mlscroseopic examination of the excre tion of President Roosevelt's wound has been completed by Drs. F. B. Wynne. Charles 11 For; T. S. Dodds of this city. The physi cians agree that no trace of dangerous matter was found in the serum. The I live doctors who performed the opera tion to relievo the abscess on the presi dent's leg expressed the conviction at the time that there was no danger of blood poisoning, but as a matter of precaution the serum was submitted for examination to the three miscro scopic experts. IV i and W. JurkryN In Trnsitite. PARIS, Sept, 27.—Lo Solr snys tlie police of Paris have been watching for some time past the doings of well known American jockeys and their friends, who met nightly In a cer tain place where card play for high stakes wns indulged In and where vic tims are said to have been plucked. According to Le Solr, the police have made six arrests, and their prisoners Included a celebrated American Jockey, n race horse owner and n bookmaker. Four of the prisoners were released, | but the examining magistrate told them to hold themselves at his disposi tion. America i ■oral Mooting of Labor Federation. WASHINGTON. Sept. 27.-President Gorapers of the American Federation of Labor has issued a call for the twenty-second annual convention of the federation, to be held at New Or leans, beginning Nov. 13 next. Tlie members of tho executive council will meet at the federation headquarters in this city on Oct. 6 to consider any questions of jurisdiction, grievances, adjustments and similar matters. 1 Selionner'* Crow Lout. ST. JOHN'S, N. F., Sept. 27.-A ee gnle has been raging along the coast for the past few days, doing much damage to property. Three more Labrador fishing schooners have been lost, with their cargoes, but the crews escaped A fourth schooner has been lost, and the crew of seven of this ves sel perished. V( Av PENNSYLVANIA ft R Til" STANDARD RAIL ROAD OF AMERICA PM'lADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIHORE RAILROAD Schedule iu effee Trains leave Wil udclphiu, (expro 4.20, 6.30, 7.42, 7.50, 8.10, 8.50, 8.55, 9 10.11, 10.32, 10.45. 11.25, 11.32. 11-45 a. in., xl- 16. 12.5(1, 1.37, 3.01), 3.11, 4.5S, 5.07, 6.U7, 6.30, 7.01, 7.17, 9.03, and 9.16 p. m. Accommodation, 6-10, 7.io, 8.05, 11.00 a. IU., 12-30, 2.32, 4.00, 5.25, 6.35 and 10.43 p. 'pteuiber 9, 1902 glou us follows I 3*' ' !, 1. 4.20, 6.30. 10.11, 11.25. 1.37, 3.00, 4.58, 6.07, For Chester 1. (express .50. 8.05. 8.10, 11.32 and 11.45, a. 03 p. ni. • 01 A< luii 6.10, 7.10, li.oo a. m., 6.35. and 10.43 p. in. 4.U0, F. N. Y is), 1.57 tuning 3.19, 9.35 Dining Cur), 10.32 (Dining Car),! 1145 a - , xl*.1(i (Dining Cur) 8.11. 6.07, *6.21 Diui 12.56, 1.37. (Dining Cai 1 9.16 7.17, I' ' , 7.10. 8.50. ! 10.11 u. Ui., 3.00. 4.58, 5.07, and 10.43 p. ui. Boaton vithout change, lu.02 u. m. tion, l'liiladclpliin, 4.20, r I ermeiiittte J ami 7.17 p. in. Fo .Newark Centre and i station:'*, Baltin 33 a. l* and Washington, 4.35, 8.^0. J 11.01 i in. I | 9.10, 10-18 xl.15. 1.50, 3 51, 4.09, 5 7.36. 8.11 p. .. 12.05, 12.48. 6.03. 6.46, ».03, ; ., and l.o l.t. inn j it ,*.•1 io,o i. 'I 3.JO, 4.41. 0.13 p. nl„ 12.1S main. , » liiliidelpliin, Broad Street, tor j W ilmmgton (express), 3.50. 7.25, 8.32, 10.16, ; 10.29, 11.23 a. in.. 12.03, x 12.36, 1.13, 2.M. ! 3.13, 3.20, 3.1 Baltimore and intermud ? Ktati 4.01. 4.46, 5.07, >.34, I c. 6 . 20 . >5, 7*31, 11.21, 11.1 !>• I 12.20 night. j I ••I A 7.30, 9.12 10.35 n. in.. 1.23, 3. 11.38 p ni 4.04, 4.49, C.27, 8.38, 10 SUNDAY TRAINS. - For Philadelphia (express). 1.57, 3.19, 10.45. 11.45 a. 6.07, 6.30, 7.17, 9.03 4.2a, 8.i'5. 9.35, IU. 12.50. 1.37. 3.00, 4.9 i and 91ii ji. in. Acvonmioiliition. . 8.10. 8.55 a. in., 8 a ml 10.43 p. ui. 12.14. 2.00, 4.00, ssl. 1.57. 4.20. 9.35. 11.15 a. in., 1 37, 3.00, 4.5S, (J.07 ami 9.03 P. Ac lodntff 7.10. 8.10, 8 12.11 2.00. 4.00. 7.2S I 10.43 p. ni. gh express, 1.57, For New York (tli 3.19. 9.35 (Dining Car), 10.32 10.45 (Dining Car). 11.45 (Dining Car) a. n?.. 12.56. 1.37 (Dining Cur). 3.00, 6.07, *6.20, (Dining Car). 7.17 9.16 p. Station, I'liilndcijihin, 4.20, 7.)0, 8.0 ut.. 4.58 and 10-43 p. in. Dining Car) nn pc ring via Broad Ktr ?t •6.03. 6.46. 7.36. S.U p. ui.. ami l.or> nixlit. 'G»uh. For Boston, without change. 7.17 p. m. Baltimore ami Wash! rton. 4.35. s on. .. 12.05, 12.43, 1.50, 3.61. 4.09. 5.25. I 10.18 a. 6.13 , .. 12.18 right. ave Philadelphia. Broad Street. f< NVili ngton (cxprcns), 3.50, 7.20. 11.23 n. .. 12.03. 1.13. 3.13, 3.29, 4.46. 5.07. 5 25. •5, 7.31, 8.35, 11.21, 11.28 p. m.. and 12.20 night. Accnmimalntion, 8.35. 9.1 12.29. 2.32, 6.13, 8.58, ami lu. 6.05 •10.35 a* m., p. m. (*) ('"iigivssi ini Lit itt'd Express. All Vestibule lor t'nrs and Dining Car. N tlier tlmn the ■ll.'l Dill \t Limited Expr ll r<. Vritihule I'; • d extra fa The Wilmingt Company age from k ba) Fo furtlu*. .,... cd to tho ticket agent at tlio sta ifort reft 1. it. nnmiNsoN. j. n. wood. Gen'l Ft ffr Agt. 100 2-gr. Quinine Pills 25c Fine Combs and Brushes. H. R, EriDgliurst. 317 Market pUBLlC SALE OF COWS. At the farm of Ftoierlclc Klair, near trcvtlle, Dei., TUiSB DAY, SEPT. 83, 1933, • "S at 1 o'clock p, m., Fifty head of frevh cows aud spriugsrau five stock bulla. at 12 o'clock. Sixty days' credit* stedfor Peuiiey ivauia. Din C'uWS WILLIAM KLAIR, Ceutrovillft, Uai, A &23-UI Stidham & Son, Anc. P UBLIC SALE—AT PARRY'S HOTBU? Lraudyvfiuo Huudre.l on 1 UJCSDAY. SEPT. 30, 1902, at 1 o'clock p, m. * OSS d of fresh cows and springei hoi fern, U stock bulls, » lot r H. C. DURHAM, AGT. Jiicob Slaughter, Aue. - a lot u shouts. Tei fc23-tf P UBLIC SALK-WILL BE BOLD ATPOV lie buIboii THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 190?. at J o'clock p. m., the premises adjoining Faulk land St a a farm of 58 acre*, known <23 25 37 30* tttunrt farm. ST IDH A M IS SON, Aue. « D elaware riyer hay. co. NEW FAST LINK * BETWEEN Wilmington and Phila. J ^ ( otnineucing Sunday. Sept 14, Tuulo- C'ouui'ctions made with our MB'' for all point* between PulUdtfc': Til piua aud I reutou. Leave King street wharf, Wilmington, lr aud Sundays 7-30 a. leave Chestuut atrei 11 a. . and 2 p. wharf, I'hiladel Re Fare Round Trip, 25 cts. Phila, 4 Chester steamiuit f' 1 srjiL: 6TEAMER3 CITY OF CHESTBtft O* BRANDYWINE. Schedule in effect Sept, 8th, St earn erica?** Fourth *tr**t \VUarf iittffe 7.31 and 13.30a. in. m§ (Sntitiavs included) end 4.is p m. e*Philadelphia from Plar north ab_ Arch street at 7-30 au l 10.1$ a. in. aul i T. ro ' ^Baltimore a Oitf RAILROAD* Schedule In effect May 18, 1902. All trains illuminated with Ein light. 1 W (•) Express trains. Trains leave Wilmington, Station, for NEW YORK, •10.53 a. Delaw Av d eek days, *5.26, ■ ; *12.21, *2.56, *5.19 (Royal . m. Sundays. *1.26, *».« *2.66, *5.19 (Royal Limit**! fteil), *1C.65 p *11.3 •7.4?, *10.55 p. m. * PHILADELPHIA, Week day», •.5.26, M| 7 20, *9 09, *0.40, *10.53, 10.57 a. *2.56, 3.16, *4 58, *6.19( Royal LimiteiB .42, 9.00, *10.65 p. m. Sundays, *&j| ?.20. 8.50, *9.40. 10.53, *11.35 a. m.; *2.68, ill •5.19, (Royal- Limited), 6.35, *7.42, 8.56, **9 4 •6.45 • 12 . 21 , 4.40. * i P. p ' I Cheater week days, 5.S0, *6.46, 7.20, *1' -*9 40. *10.53, 10.57 a. m.; 3.15, 4.68, 6.40, *7. ' *.00, *10.55 p. 10.53, *11 35 a. . Sundays. 7.20, 8.50, *f. .; 4.30, 6.35, *7.42, 8.66, *11 Atlantic City, wc P k dnj.,, -8.45 ani ; », ■ (Roj ., -6.19 p. 1 fl. in., *12.21, *2.56 and *5.19 p. Limited) Sundays 7.20 n (Uoyal Limited.) : Cn P p May and Ocean City, week d«y* * 6 - 45 . * 2,66 P* m - Stindays 7.20* 2.56 p. ni. In]p City, week days, *6.45 a 1>. m. Sundays *5.26 a. in., *2.56 p, Balumore and Washington, week daW •4.14, •S.04, *11.31, a, m.; *1.24, *2.09, *| * 52, *6.20 (Royal Limited), *8.01, *10.18 pp . .Sundays, *4.14, *8.04 a. m.; *1.24, *1|3 *3 40. *6.20 (Royal Limited), *3.01, R1 I «L, "■ 11 ,. P Ralfimore and way stations, week day) ; 3.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.05 it Ok 6 P Newark, week days, *4.14, 6.55, *, *11.31 a. m.; *1.24, 3.30. *4.52. 6.12, *8.01 p. Sundays, *4.14. •8.04, 9.05 a. 7.32. Pittsburg, week days, •S.O. a. m.; •!' . Sundays, *8.04 n. m ; *L 8.01 p m. io.„ p . # ]0 , 3 p •hlu.igo, dally, •SOI a. *3.40 p. Cincinnati and St. Louis, *4.14 a. . 10]3 p m da „ y . singerly accommodation, 655 week darq| m ; 3.30, 6.12 p. m. Sundays. 9.05 w : 5.37, 7 32 p. m. ■ ,nnd< nberg accommodation, week daow P LEAVE MARKET FT. STATION FX» Baltimore, week days, 2.50 p. m. Landenberg. week days, 8.40 a. m.; 2J 5.20 p m. Sundays, 9.40 a. m.; 6.50 p. nt LEAVE PHILADELPHIA F mlngton, week days, *8.85, 660, *7.80, a. m ; *12.50, *1.37, 2.15, *3.08,' 5 00. *5 30, *5 48 (Royal Limited), 6.00, •7 26, *9 38, *11 35 p. m. Sundays, *3.3?; : *12.50, *1.37 , 2.15, *8.06, 5 48 (Royal Limited), 6 30. *7.26, *9 38, |*io56 b "Royal Limited" Is composed eJ stvuly of Pullman parlor, observation dining cars. No extra fare except r< lar Pullman charge. • Delmarvla Telephone No. 198. Rates to Western points lower than tny other line. H A MILLER, Passenger Agents! mlngton. Del. - - 1>. R. MARTIN, Manager of Passei Traffic. WM. WILSON. JR., 4 Iron, Steel & Coach Good 3rd Si Shipley Sts., Wilmington, N Agent for Mngmto the b<*« known I mitmaotory Uold Witter Pniut m» especially adapted for Factories Paokl Houmch, Stock Yards, breweries. Railrva etc, etc.. as It is Economical, durable, lf| sting. &lngmle tukis the p'nce of oil patnk many ruses giviug equal satisfaction Cl large so vi tig in < oat; superior to whitewa uurable and d< chip or rub off. f or prices, teatl nmtioa drop a line to t above agent. Anyone can apply It, x : , tiro •J-.k" it ti »l«l flit'll) a2i :im w 1 SECURITY TRUST & SAFE DEPOSIT CO., M). Mb M A IlllLT b'lltKItr. Capital Stock . blll'plUH . Allows Inter The company acta ns Executor, Admin* 1 latrutor, Trustee, Guurdiau, Hecaivei "* Agent, uud rents email safes iu fire ao4 burg'.ar proof vaults. BENJAMIN MELDS, Free. T/1LL1AM It. ntlNCKLE, Vies Prflfig ; .AMES U. CLAitKSON. Tress. & 1 . m, m ri .1250,1)% 4 Deposits of Mousy. ( ! Dr. Roberts' .office I doliont* mnt'sv j . rt. Utl sl:Mma ' f ✓ I I Bill t tlcou for a ll stievt, 1 ■ . Advice fr •Jolphiu, i'li. J