W. Moland & Son Phil, PA 20 Feb 1882; Delaware County Daily Times, Chester PA

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W. Moland & Son Phil, PA 20 Feb 1882; Delaware County Daily Times, Chester PA - DAILY TIMES. CMK8TCK 1»ULV TiMM» fc published...
DAILY TIMES. CMK8TCK 1»ULV TiMM» fc published «Hernoon (Vjndjiy excelled,) M 0. KCLginomt avenue, and dHi\ Chester and \icuilty lor MX CZKTS nut to the auricle. Mull ln.tr, ctiree doUans per aanaai, V»eoiy-li»c cenU p?r month ia udvu!ic*. inserted Rt miu»nulJ» ntte*. DAILY TIMES, JOHN SPEKCKU, Proprietor. EXTMtEO AT CHESTER POST A3 BECOHD CLASS HATTER. MOXDAY. FEB. 20. ISfti. RELIEP COMMITTEE 3IEETIXU. JUIberal Kak«crl|k(lo«M--The Need* the Victims Partially Provided A mwtmg of tlie Kelief was held in the Mayor's office evening, the Mayor presiding, secretary, J. J. Led ward, acting. action of the Mayor, who is the fund, in "giving five or ten as the needs of the case stem mand. to a number of the the victims, ·was endorsed. On motion of J{. F. Baker $-50 appropriated for the burial of each the dead, to bo disbursed by The following subscriptions were ported to the meeting: Kepauno Chemical Company, j£00 «5. A. Dyer, . . 50 00 W. Moland Son, Thilada., -30 Miss Emma Jackson, . 10 00 liobert Singleton, . . 5 Ol Thomas Coulter, . . 5 00 Henry Abbott,- . . 1 0 Gartside Turner. . -M William Hall. . . : 2 00 Howarth Brother, . 10 00 J. 1*. Denis and employes of Yeaden Mills, . . .75 Ot Spencer Mcllvaine, . 25 00 J. J. Deemer. . . 5 oo a. Bullock, Conshohocken, per J. P. Denis, . . 23 00 Joseph Deering, . , . 10 00 Tticbard Peters, . . 10 00 T.W. Stone 1 , . . . .500 J. E. Woodbridge, . 10 00 Estey Organ Co., per Mr. Bruce, Chester agent, . . 50 00 Miss Emniii Halm, . -300 1 50 1 J. -Edward Faruham, Philada., .lolm Cheetham,K. WetheriU it Company, arid employes, . F. H. Smith, James Stephens and employes, Chester Steel Casting Company. per J, J. Deemer, Cash, per B. Blakeley, Chester Boiling Mill, per D. F. Houston, Miller Cox.. ' . Robert Wilson, John W. 'Pepper, John Sanville, Combination Steel Iron Co., William Holmau." , William Jenhell, . George Weigand, JohnGrundy, . . ' William Band, * Edward Blame, Charles E. liodgers, J. C. Kepner, Cash. , . Employes of Logwood Works, SbawyEsrey fc Company, TrSAvillianison, .* . A. Blakeley Sons' employes, John O". Deshong, The i following subscriptions were procured by Mr. Amos Gartside: Eureka .Cast Steel Company, Employes of ~ Eureka Cast Steel Company. Benj. Coates ·» Bro., Philada., Bullock Wonder. Edmuni,Weller Co., Phila., Jos. G. r Shaw;]srew Castle. Del., M. H: Heaton, Philadelphia, J. C. Hutchinson, Philada., ' Total; ' '. . Previously acknoAvledged, 145 10 70 50 :tt 100 5 1 10 i! 2-5 50 5 5 5 a 10 5 5 5 IS 50 5 80 50 50 50 25 (10 *0 iO 5 5 1 $1504 01 1S82 33SG 95 Mr. Baker -was of the opinion City Council ought to make an appropriation, and so expressed himself. Some of the ir;embers of the committee -- the entire list being appended below, for the information of those feel disposed to help this most canse -- reported a number'of veiy fiessing and urgent cases. Chairman-- Mayor Barton . North Ward-- J. J. Led\\anl, Blakeley, II. Fairlamb. Middle Ward-- Isaiah Mirkil, P. Washabaueh. Esq., 13. F. Baker. South Ward-- Thomas Oliver, Palmer, W. J. McClure. South Chester-- Col. D. F. North Chester- Upland -Eddystone -The response is a most lilx-nil showing a benevolent spirit, but number of families will raiuire assistance for some time, and a considerable will be needed for this purpose, therefore all our citizens sfcould contribute something in aid of those men suffered in the discharge of their The committee will hold a the Mayor's office to-night at 7 and each evening for some time. members of the .committee will visit the 'distressed and make recommendations for aid to the Mayor. ADDITIOXAT. AID. Yesterday morning a collertic-n taken at the Asbury A. M. E. of this city, for the benefit of the sufferers by the' late dUtster. The pastor, Kev. C. C. Felts, who made a escape with his life, being on the of the accident, made a touching TO bis small congregation, and the of ten dollars was raised by a collection.

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