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12 THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIEEE-SATTJEDAT MOENING, AUGUST 4, 1900 V FOR SALK DvnaiiiO and enzine. direct connects. Dvnauio: BWr make: 220 volts: 00 Kilo-Watts: 410 Ampere: sr-el 30O R. I". M. Multipolar. Cuclne: MpEwmi make: diameter ft cvlinder 14 in.: stroke 12 in.: speed 30O R. P. M. iu icrf-ct condition and a bargain. Must sell to make room for larger ma-jhine. For fnrther paiiifUiars. price etc.. address Geu-ral Manaeer. The Philadelphia Inquirer. WHY PAY 75 cent and $1.00 for a typewriter ribbon when you ctu buy Remington, Smith Premier. Caliijrai-h nni Franklin ribbons, which ether dealers sell for One Dollar, for Fifty Cents (Kureka Krnnill, and the grade sold by them for 73 cents for 40 cents Sqnare box bruodK All nbbons euaranteed. Penna. Typewriter Exchange, 1215 Filbert street. ICE CREAM SALOONS. HvnT HESTAU-rcnts tab notice: 24x35 eolld onij tables. $2.00 each: Vienna bentwood chair?. $13.75 dozen, for n few davs onlv: .100 wood-seat chairs. 25e. each: cheapest chairs in the trust. $5 dozen: we are not in the trust. . Oakwood Furniture Mfg. Co.. 100.". Rnco. H A V : FOR S L,K two tons good broom corn on farm near Neshaminv Falls station. Please call or address Samuel K. Tomlinson, Oakford, Bucks county. I'a. GROCERY STORE for sale on eRsy terns; aood location. 1915 Hunting Park avenue, Nicetown. UPRIGHT PIANO for $175. In excellent order. that cost $40O new. Can be seen at northwest corner Sixth and Thompson streets. THAfKAKA RKF BIGERATOR. 5sS. 2 meat blocks and fixtures of meat store. Kenworthy, 820 Walnut. FOR SALE Lunch room, central location, doins zood business. For full particulars address W 2S4, Inquirer office. FOR SALI5 Fnrnitnre of two rooms; store. cooking $25; no dealers. Address I 226. Inquirer office. MAHOGANY RATH CABINET, solar or -vapor, cheap. 2857 Kensinpton ave. FOR SALE, CHEAP New cash register, lc. up total adder. Room 230, Heed Building. FOR SALE Old established oyster and eating saloon, 1107 fcoutn ilroaa street. CIGAR and confectionery store for sale. Apply 4652 Lancaster ave., West Phila. 7 WHEELER & WILSON sewing machine, good as new. Stevens. 2025 N. Front. FOR SALE, paper route, cheap. Inquire 1439 North Fawn at. " A ROCHESTER barber chair for sale. 42 South Thirty-third St. CIGAR AND CANDY STORE; good location; rent $11. 286 Oxford st. $5.00 GENUINE SINGER sewing machine, all attachments. 934 Ulrard are. FOR SALE Chest of carpenter's tools, cheap. 2213 East Susquehanna avenue. FOR SALE, small Hassenforder safe, suitable for private use. 1818 Susquehanna avenue. POOL. BILLIARDS Second-band tables cheap; repairing: billiard supplies. 2421 N. Froat st. EDUCATIONAL THE TEMPLE COLLEGE. Broad and Berks Streets. Phila. Russell H. Conwell, President. Day and Night Sessions For Both Sexes. Day Classes Begin September 17. Law Classes Begin September 17. Other Night Classes October 1. Law School, Theological School. Post Graduate Courses. Full College Courses in Arts, Science, Business and Music. College, Medical. Scientific and Law Preparatory Courses. Amanuensis. Bookkeeping. Proofreaders.' Stenography and Telegraphy Courses. Normal Courses for Klndergartners, Elementary Teachers, Household Science. Physical Training. Music, Millinery and Dressmaking, Grammar. Primary and Kindergarten Schools. Special Courses iu Painting, Drawing. Physical Training, Meta! Workers'. Electrical Artisans'. Dressmaking. Millinery. Cookery. Embroidery, School for Nurses (with Samaritan Hospital). BT. AGNES SCHOOL. Albany, N. Y., for the physical, moral. Intellectual, domestic and religious training ot girls. College preparatory and special courses. Advantages in art and music. Kt. Rev. Wm. Croswell Donne. D. D.. LL. D.. President of Board of Trustees. Send for prospectus. PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY COLLEGE, Clies-ter. Pa. Thirty-ninth year begins Sept. 10. Degrees in civil engineering, chemistry, arts, also thorough preparatory courses. Infantry, artillery and cavalry drills. "A military school ?if the highest order," U. S. War Dept. Cata-ogues of Col. C. E. Hyatt, President. SOUTH JERSEY INSTITUTE. Bridgeton. N. J. 81st year begins Sept. 12. Both sexes. Prepares for any College, Teaching or Business. French. German. Art. Music. First-class gymnasium. Physical Director. Athletic field. W. G. INGALLS. Principal. PENNINGTON fN. J.) SEMINARY, ON BOUND Brook B. B.: 62d year. Both sexes. Healthful location. Home comforts. Nobility of character and careful training our constant aim. $65,000 new improvements. THOMAS O'HANLON. D. P.. LL. P.. President. THE TEMPLE COLLEGE SCHOOL OF ORA-tory, elocution and dramatic art. Broad and Berks sts., Philadelphia: day and evening classes; catalogue free. Franklin J. Miller. Director. BROWN PREP. SCHOOL. PHILA.. IS THOR-nagb practical, economical; it has sent students to 45 colleges. Send for circulars. MISS ANABLE'S Boarding and Day School for Girls. Established in 184S. Circular on application. Opens Sept. 27. 1350 Pine st.. Phila. WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICES Furniture, carpets pianos, antiques tenure uuuBCBujut iwukui, city, country. Call, write. teU-phone 2-29-15A. Incomparable Storage Company. office. 1625 Thompson street. FLRNITCRE. CARPETS. PIANOS, antiques wanted, part or entire houses; highest prices paid: don't sell until you get my cash offer. Call receive prompt attention, city or country. Sam-nels, 820 North Second. POSITIVELY HIGHEST prices paid for furniture, carpets, entire houses my specialty; write or call, day or night: goods removed promptly. Columbia Furniture Store. 312 North Second. HOUSEHOLD GOODS purchased Jn any quantity. Address Diamond Storage, 1002 Diamond. WASTED Furniture, carpets, entire houses: highest spot cash. Philllppl. 829 Race. GOOD CASH PRICKS for furniture, carpets, entire houses. 1220 Ridge ave. BOOKS BOUGHT, all kinds: send address; will call. Dickens. 16 North Eleventh. FOSTER VILLA Is now open for city boarders on reasonable terms; pleasantly situated at Heislervllle. N. J., near Delaware Bay; a healthv countrv village. For further particulars address Mrs. Samuel Foster, Heislervllle. N. J. "THE AIRY." Delalr. N. J.. 20 minutes from Philadelphia; oily two minutes from station: large mansion house, on snrall farm; good board tnd abundance of fruit; $5 per neek; few vacancies. J. M. Benston. PLEASANT COUNTRY BOARD at Conshohock-en: fine view; private family. Inquire Room 1. 27 North Juniper st.. or Mrs. S. F. Jacoby, Conshohoeken. ELK RIVER HOUSE, head of Chesapeake Bay, Is now open: beautiful scenery; perch fishing, crabbing, batbtow. boating. Address Mrs. M. J. Fears, Town Point, Md. A FEW VACANCIES on farm 35 miles out; large, airy rooms; boa ring, old shade, fresh milk and vegetables. Box 117, Parkerford. Pa. MECHANICS' VALLEY, Bucks county, Fa. Excellent country board; adults only; moderate terms. Mrs. R, V. Doan. THIS ORCHARDS FARM Porches, shade, trolley. Mrs. Rogers, Trooper, Pa. GOOD BOARD for children or Invalid in country, 13 miles from city. P 266, Inquirer off. BEIJGIOUSOTICES rr PRESBYTERIAN EVANGELISTIC COM-mittee. Mondav noon-day meeting. August 6. Small Auditorium, Witherspoon Building. Reports of the week's work. Tent No. 2. Fifty-fourth and Vine streets. Sundav. 4 and 8 P. M-, also every night except Saturday, at 8 o'clock. Speaker, Rev. J. W. Parker, of Greensburg. Ind. Tent No. 4, Broad and York streets. Sunday, 4, 6.45 and 8 P. M. Speaker for the week, every night except Saturday. Rev. George B. Stewart, D. D. 6.45 meeting will b; a union of Christian Endeavorers. led dj Rev. J. B. Kly. Tent No. 6, Seventeenth and Passyung avenue. Sunday. 4 and 8 P. M., every evening at 8 o'clock. Speaker for the week. Rev. Thomas Needham. Tent No. 6. Frankford avenue, below Somerset streets. Sunday. 4 and 8 P. M., every evening, except Saturday. Speaker for the week. Rev. W. A Williams. Tent No. 1. Leyeriington and Mansion avenues, Manayunk. Sunlsy. 4 and 8 P. M. Every evening, except Saturday, at 8 o'clock. Speaker for the week. Rev. Horatio H. Wells. Chestnut Street Pier. Every night at 8 o'clock. Rev. G. H. S. Campbell, Sunday, followed by Rev. W A. Roulston. Much needed contributions may be sent to the treasurer, William H. Scott, 1211 Clover street. ZT FRANKLIN REFORMATORY HOMB FOR Inebriates., all. 013 and 915 Locust street. Sunday, August f. 8 P. M.. Divine Service, conducted by Rev Thos. Johnson. Public invited. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL IB- CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION. Broad and Jefferson streets. Services on Sundays: 10.30 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Holy Communion every Sundav at 8 A. M.. except the first Sunday In the monb when it will he celebrated at the 10.30 A. M. service. HABNESS SF.LL light doable set, made by Gallagher, or excoange zor single runaooui narness wltn collar and names. Address 406 Race st. 4rh floor. Philadelphia and Reading Excursion to Mt. Gretna Sunday, August 5, only $1.50 for round trip. Special train 8 A. 31. Return leave The best safeguard against serious consequences from a cold Is prompt doses of Jayne's Expectorant. MARRIAGE LICENSES Bullit, William, and Anna Davis. Iorey.-John, and Ellen McGrossin. Dubrauralskl, Motieu, and Alszbeata Lukasze-wlck. Field. John C. and Abble E. Anderson. Hock, Ferdinand C. and Annie Fair. Jones, Alexander C, and Jennie Leslie. Jones, John E., and Laura V. Larzelere. Katz. Marcus, and Josephine Stern. KolK-inloki. John, anil Martha Anorzejewska. Mink. Charles E.. pnI Anna B. Foster. Reisch, Jacob, and Wilhelmlna Kasch. Sand?. William, and Aunie J. O'Neill. Scherbauin. Harry, and Emma Roll. Scholder, Joseph, and Matilda Jamison. Schultz, Andrew G.. and Josephine C. Seeberger. Slevin. Patrick, and Sarah Rose. Snyder, John, and Lizzie B. Laning. Stephenson, Bli. and Mary Sunderland. Tanner, William, and Fannie Bates. Turnoull, Robert B., and Mary Major. MARRIED GCYN PEARSON. At 2312 North Ninth street. Philadelphia. July 31st. 1MK, by the Rev. Charles H. Thomas, pastor Fiftieth Baptist Church. Mr. Harry R. Guyn and Miss Sophia K. Pearson. loth of Philadelphia. LAWRKNCE TOMRIXSON" - On Wednesday evening. August 1. l'.'OO. at the parsonage of the Cumberland Street Methodist Etiiscopal Church. 2(20 East York street, by Rev. Charles H. Rorer, 1. D.. Mr. Martin L. Lawrence to Miss Eliza II. B. Touikinson. both of Philadelphia. Pa. MANGLE BRECHNITZ. At 2121 North Seventh street, Philadelphia. August 1st. 1900. by the Rev. Charles H. Thomas, pastor Fiftieth Baptist Church. Mr. John H. Mangle and Miss Margaret C. Breeanitz. both of Philadelphia. MeKLWKE MORROW. On August 2. 1900. bv the RnT. Samuel Laird. D. D.. at Philadelphia. William D. MrElwee. of Wilmington. Del., and Mamie B. Morrow, of Philadelphia. STil.LWELL, JR. HUSON. At 2121 North Seventh street. Philadelphia. July 31. 1000. by the Rev. Charles H. Thomas, pastor Fiftieth Baptist Church. Mr. Stanford Stillwell. Jr.. and Miss Minnie Huson; both of Philadelphia. TL'RNBULL MAJOR. At the parsonage of Seventh Street M. E. Church, 1932 North rilxth street, August 2, 1900. by Rev. J. G. Bickerton, D. D., Robert W. Turnbull to Mary Major, both of Philadelphia. TYSON PICKERING. At 1613 Arch street, bv the Rev. David J. Heale, D. D.. on July 25, 1900. Mr. Howard G. Tyson, of this city city, and Miss Rachel Pickering, of Bridgeport, Pa. VAUGHAN CAMMOTT. On Wednesdav, July 25, 1900, at the bride's resilience, Ira Glen VaCjihan and Sarah Estella Cammott. both of Philadelphia, by the Rev. Oscar S. Michael, rector of St. John's Church, Noitho.-u Liberties. WESTER FILBERT. At 2121 North Seventh street, Philadelphia. August 1st. 1900. by the R-v. Charles H. Thomas, pastor Fiftieth Baptist Church. Mr. Harry Wester and Miss Mary Filbert, both of Philadelphia. WHITE INGRAM. On August 2, at the res- IHnnu nf fm Amelia liniH.mMT. 1WO . I. . . . ...... . . i ....... - i . .... ,, lUiaiilDUU, . " u 111 Forty-seventh street. Philadelphia, Pa.. Harry F. White, of Woodbury. N. J., and Miss Elsie Mae Ingram, of West Chester, Pa., by Rev. X. M. Jackson. OFFICIAL DEATH RETURNS Appended are the official returns of deaths made yesterday in the registration office of th Board of Health, Cily Hall. They include th names, ages, dates, places of death or late residences of those dead. The asterisk () Indicates that death was due to a disease officially classes as contagious. Barron, Margaret. 57, 1, 2225 S. Eleventh. Batzer. Louisa. 52. 1. 939 N. Marshall. Bennett. Wilhelmlna. 2. 1019 N. Leithgow. Bernstein. Hiude. 8m.. 2. 413 Fulton. Files, Geo. C. 37. 31. 1421 S. loth. Bormuth. John. 33. 2, 829 S. 13th. Bovd. David. 27. 31. 3235 N. Lee. Braun liustav H-, 6w.. 1, 39uH Market. Brunt, Lawrence F.. 1. 1. 2418 S. Carlisle. Brvon. J. Hanson, 84, 3. 3tth and Baring. Cardiff. James. 2. 2. 3337 W. Clearfield. Charnell. Agnes. 37. 2. 20 London. C'uliu. Chas. C. 74. 1, 3529 Locust. Daniels. Samuel D.. 68. 1. 2434 S. Iseminger. Dankel. Harry A.. 14. 1. 335 Daly. Dedier. Maria. 82. 2. 2620 Federal. 1'i'iiuino. Frank, 7, 2, JiJ S. Warnock. Doody, Phillip. Jr.. 16m., 1. 164S ,S. Lee. Dovle. Lawrence. 3m.. 2. rear 432 S. 26th. Fans. Peter, 44, 3, German Hospital. Fassett. Anne E., 3, 1, 717 S. Rosewood. Flickzn. Joseph, 3w., 3, 720 N. Front. Forlano. Mary, lm., 2. 817 League. Frank, Alfred, in.. 2. 717 N. Franklin. Gaft'ney, Victoria. 14m.. 2. 2043 Addison. Gallagher. John. 65. 2. 2207 Blair. Geary. John. 10. 1. 2407 Pine. Glenn. Mary. 64. 2. 2901 Almond. Gruber, Carrie. 51. 2. 1412 N. Second. Haggerty. Wm.. 8m.. 1. 886 N. 48th. Hartley. Theresa. 10m.. 1. 3034 N. Orkney. Hess, Walter. 32, 2. 63d and Lansdowne. Hovey. Elizabeth, 11. 2, 3453 Ludlow. Hudson. Samuel. 61, 2. 2464 Frankford ave. Hutchinson, Emma, 56. 2. 2408 Nicholas. Jnhn, John. 39. 2, 1419 Etting. Johnson. Gertrude. 9m.. 1, 23J2 Stewart. Kelly. James. 34. 1. 2310 Sharswood. Krause, Maggie, 44, 1. St. Agnes' Hospital. Lenta. Isabella. 67. 30, 132d Victoria. MneHorg. Thos.. 29. 31. 1530 Mifflin. Maxwell. Wm. H.. ,73. 2. 2341 Meredith. McFarland. John. am.. 2, 345 Allan's lane. M. Gonieal. John P.. 37. 2. 2343 N. 29th. Alex.. 59. 2. 604 S. 22d. McKinnev. Alpha. 6m.. 2. 4840 Ogle. McLaughlin. Thos.. 2w.. 2, 1819 Webster. Mitchell, John F.. 30, 1. 2227 Latona. Monroe, Emma. 5m.. 1, 1130 Waverly. Morten Ezra, 58, 1, 2806 Belmont. Mulr, Clara. 60, 1, Atlantic City. Mulhearn, Daniel, 35. 1. 720 N. Harmony. Murtsgh. Geo. J.. 17m.. 1. 1749 Sr Dorrance. Myers. John. 3w 2. 1809 S. liickg. Nagley James, 71, 2, 1935 .. Marvin. Osborn, Sarah, 33, 2. Kohler's ave. Preeshel Chrlsian. 30, 31. 1424 Myrtlewood. Reive. James S., 77, 1, 521 Budd. Rleman, Agnes, 57, 1, 1323 N. Hutchinson. Roberts. Albert. 49, 1, 2538 N. Sixth. Ruger. Lewis, 5w.. 2. 1436 Germantown ave. Schick Marie H. 5m.. 3. 1329 N. Dover. Sirnamon. Walter 5. 31, 236 S. Warnock. Stevens. Mark. 18. 31. 1632 Victoria, t Storges. Edwin, 42, 31, 4tl3 Woodland ave. Utreeper. Kate. 56. 31, 3144 W. Gordon. Tavlor. Marv E.. 3m.. 2. 5 S. Forty-first. Thackeray. Elizabeth. 12d.. 2. 3781 Cresson. Wallace,. Elihu, 71. 1. 65th and Vine. West Howard. 4m.. 31, 6201 Woodland ave. Wheat. Elizabeth. 57. 1. 1642 N. 7th. Whits. Thomas. 9. 31. 3606 Warren. Williams. Robert. 2m.. 2. 1205 Peter. Williams. Mabel. 11m.. 2. 417 S. Iseminger. Withom. Geo. W.. 77. 1. 1842 N. 12th. Wolff. Michael. 55. 2. 435 Titan. DIED ALBAUGH. On August 3. Sallie. wife of John D. Albaugh aged 45 years. Funeral services on Mondav afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from ber late residence, 2229 West Thompson street. Interment private. ALBRtCHT -On August 3. 1900. Alma Al-brecht aged 62 vears. Funeral on Sunday afternoon at 1.30. from her late residence. 2633 Jessup street. Members of the Maennerchor aie invited. Interment private at Glenwood Cemetery. ANNAN. On August 3. Henderson Annan, beloved 6on of Anna and the late John Annan, aged 19 moths. Funeral on Monday, at 2 o clock, from his parents' residence. 2246 Pratt street, Frankford. Interment at Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery, Bridesburg. BARLOW. Suddenly, on August 2, 1900, Alice H., only daughter of John and Elizabeth Barlow, aged 16 years. Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the residence of her parents. Eighty-sixth and Tinlcum avenue, Elmwood. Interment at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery. BARR. On Ausmst 2. 1900. Robfrt J., son of Anna E. and the late Robert J. Barr. in the 23d year of his age. Funeral on Monday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at 1323 Moore street. Interment at Mt. Morlah Cemetery. BARROWS. On the 3d inst.. Walter Gordon, son of Walter Gordon and Ada Barrows, aged 3 years. Funeral services Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the parents' residence. No. 3514 North Carlisle street. Interment at Northwood Cemetery. BF,ATT1E.-At Sea Isle CItv. N. J., on An- fi. ist 2. 1900. Llllie, daughter of Andrew and 'arv Reattle- acred 7 months and 8 dnvs. Funeral on Sunday arternoon. at z o ciock. from 2534 Federal street. Interment private, at Mount Morlah Cemetery. BEIDERMAN On August 2. 1900. Frances Rebecca Beiderman daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Beiderman. aged 8 months. Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from 3358 Collins street. Interment at Bellvne Cemetery. BISHOP. On August 1. 1900. John Bishop. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence. 908 Berkeley avenue. Trenton. N. J., un Second day morning at 10 o'clock. Interment private. Please omit flowers. BORMUTH. On August 2. 1900, John, son of Valentine and the late Catherine Bormuth, aged 33 years. Funeral on Monday morning, at 8 o'clock, from his late residence. No. 1629 South Thirteenth street. Requiem high mass at St. Alphoneus' Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Holy Redeemer Cemetery. BOCOHER.-Suddenly, on August 1. Reading H. Bougher, aged 74 years. Funeral on Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock, from his late residence, Bougher, near Masonville, New Jersev. Trains leave Market street wharf, Philadelphia, at 8.30 and .tO o'clock for Masonville. N. J. Interment at Riegelsville, N. J. BOYD. Suddenly, on August 2. 1900. John Boyd, in his 75tn year. Funeral services on Saturday afternoon, at the hour of 3 o'clock, at his late residence. No. 2042 Wallace street. To proceed to Central Laurel Hill. Interment private. BROOKS On the 1st inst.. 1000. Caroline S.. wife of Isaac S. Brooks, in her 81st year. Funeral from be- late residence, Horsham, Pa., on Sundav. at 12.30. All services at the nat-boro M. E. Cbureh at 2 o'clock. BROWN. On August 1, 190O. Maggie, only daughter of the late John and Mary Jane Brown, in her 21st year. Fnneral on Sunday. August 5. at 2 o'clock, from the residence of her uncle. Mr. Alexander Coyle. No. 2706 Sears street Interment at Mt. Moriah. BRUNT. On August 1, 190o, Laurence F., son of William H. and Sarah J. H. Brunt, aged 1 year and 1 month. Funeral services on Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock, at parents' residence, 2418 South Carlisle street. To proceed to Mt. Hope Cemotery, Delaware county. Pa., cn 8.85 A. M. train, Sunday, from Broad Street Station. CARDIFF. On August 2. 190O. James, son of William and Delia Cardiff, aged 2 years and 10 months. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 3337 Clearfield street. Falls of Schuylkill. Interment at the New Cathedral Cemetery. CARR. At Baltimore, on August 1. 1900. Mary E.. wife of James A. Carr and daughter of George W. and Catherine Johnson. Funeral services on Sunday. August 5. at 2 o'clock, at the residence of her mother. Catherine Johnson, 436 Berkley street. Camden. Interment strictly private at Harleigh. CARROLL. On August 1, 1900. Margaret, daughter of the late Hugh and Ellen Carroll. Funeral on Saturday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from 1936 Nectarine street. High mass at the Cathedral Church. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. CASEY. On August 2. at Claymont. Del.. William R. Casey, in his 81st year. Fnneral on Sundav afternoon, at 1 o'clock, fmm Claymont. Del. Interment at Bethsl M. E. Cemetery. CHAMELL. On August 2. 1900. Emma Agnes, wife of Sampson Charnell. aged 37 yenrs. Funeral on Saturday, at 2 o'clock, from 20 Louden street. Germantown."" Services at St. John's Church, at 3 o'clock. Interment at Northwood Cemetery. CHARNELL, On August 2. 1900. Emma Agnes, wife of Sampson Charnell. aged 37 years. Funeral services on Saturday afternoon, August 4, it S o'clock, at ber busbaad's residence. I No. 20 Louden street. Germantown. Interment at Northwood Cemetery. CORNELL. On Angust 2. 1900, Emily Thompson, only child of Charles V. and Eva F. Cornell, aged 6 months. Fnneral service on featnrday afternoon, at the hour of 1 o'clock, at the residence of her grandparents. No. 1528 Norta Marshall street. Interment private. CORSEY. At Burlington. N. J.. July 31. 1900. Annie Louisa, daughter of Robert and Ha-riet Ann Corsey. aged 12 years 9 months and 19 days. Funeral from the resilience of her parents. 318 South High street. Burlington, on Sunday. August 5. at 1 o'clock. . Services at Zion A. M. E. Church at 2 o'clock. . Interment at Odd Fellows' Cemeterv. CKOWE.-On Aueust ,1. 1900, Charlotte, wife of Robert Crowe, aged 46 years. Funeral on Sunday, at 2- o'clock, from her husband's residence. No. 2948 Rntledge street. Interment at Northwood Cemetery. CULIN. On August 1. 1900. Charles C. Colin. In the 75th year of his age. Funeral on Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from his late residence. 3529 Locust street. Interment at Woodlands Cemetery. DANIELS. On August 1. 190O. Samuel D. Daniels, aged 68 yenrs. Funeral services on Sunday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at his late residence. 2434 South Iseminger street (Thirteenth and Rltner streetst. Interment private. DANKEL. On August 1. 1300, Harry A., sen of Adam and Amelia Dsnkel. atred 14 rears land 9 tT-.onths. funeral on Sund .v afternoon. I at 2 o'clock, from his parents' residence. 335 lialy street ( fourth and Jackson streets). Interment at Fernwoocl Cemetery. DECKER. On August 2. 1900. Peter, husbnnd of Lena Decker. Funeral on Mondav morning at 8 o'clock, from his late residence. 1341 New-kirk street. Services at 9 o'clock. Interment it Most Hrlv Redeemer Cemeterv. DEDIER. On August 2. 1900. Maris, widow of James Dedier. aged 82 years. Funeral services on Saturdav afternoon at 2 o'clock precisely, at 2G20 Federal street. Interment private. DICKINSON. On Klirhth Month 2d 190O. George Dickinson, in his 75th year. Funeial on &econa-aay. (jth Inst.. at 2 o clock, from his late residence. Hnverford township. Dels-ware county. Pa. Interment at Haverford Friends' Burial Grounds. Carriages at Aid-more for 12.45 P. M. train from Broad street. I uiij.xa.x. in rNorristown. pa., on August l. msu. aged 89 years. Funeral from her late residence. No. 328 East Oak jtreet. Norrlstown. on Saturday moroine. Aunist 4. at 8 o'clock. Services at St. Patrick's Church, at 9.30 o'clock. Interment at St. Patrick's Cemetery. DOODY. On August 1. 1900. Philip, son of Philip and Annie Doody. aged 15 months. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his parents' residence. 164S South Lee street. Interment private, at Cathedral Cemetery. DOYLE. On August 2, 1900. Lawrence, son of Thomas and Mary Doyle. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from his parents' residence, rear of No. 432 South Twenty-sixth street. Interment at Cathedral Cemeterv. FEIL. On Angust 2. Doratfcea Fell, widow of the late Frederick Fell, aged 54 years. Funeral on Sunday, August 5, at 1 o'clock, at Cooper avenue and Tiers street, Pavonla. Members of the Pavonla ,Maennerchor invited. Interment at Belview Cemetery. FEY. On May 3. 1900. Christian Fey. Funeral services on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. from his late residence. 'Zo.-n t letcner street. Interment at Glenwood Cemetery. FOSSLER On August 3. 1900. Albert Christian, son of Christian and Frederlca Fossler. aged 4 years 2 months 18 days. Fnneral services on Monday afternoon. August 6. at 2 o'clock, at the residence of his parents. No. 28 Wrights avenue. Camden, East Side, N. J. Interment private. GALLAGHER. Suddenly, at Atlantic City, on Thursday. August 2, 1900. Patrick A., son, of the late Patrick and Margaret Gallagher, aged 48 years. Funeral on Monday morning, at 8.30 o clock, from his late residence, Ard, more. Pa. St. Dtnls' T. A. B. Society is invited. Solemn requiem mass and Interment at St. Denis'. GEARY. Suddenly, on August 1, 1900, John, son of Mary and the late Cornelius Geary. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at 2407 Pine street. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. GLENN. On Angust 2. 190O. Mrs. Mary Glenn. Funeral on Monday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from her late residence. No. 2901 Almond street. Twenty-fifth ward. Solemn requiem mats at Church of the Nativity. Interment at St. Anne's Cemetery. GRAHAM. On August 1, 1900, Rebecca Brewster, wife of William Graham, aged 61 years. The relatives and friends of the family-are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from ber late residence. 6536 Haverford avenue. Interment at Woodland Cemetery. GRUBER. On August 2, 1900, Carrie, wife of Albert Gruber. Funeral services on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at 1412 North Second street. Interment private, at Fernwood Cemetery. HALL. On August 1, 1900, Thomas D. Hall, Jn the 56th year of his age. Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at 1219 South Sixteenth street. Col. Gustav W. Town Post, No. 46, G. A. R. : Survivors Association of 95th Pennsvlva-nla Volunteers: Survivors of South wark Hose Co., No. 9. Volunteer Firemen's Funeral Relief Association invited. Interment at Mt. Morlah Cemetery. HAND. On August 2, 1900. Mary A., wife of Thomas R. Hand. Funeral services on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at 739 South Second 6treet. Interment private. HANRY. On August 1. 1900. William J. Hanry, aged 59 years. Funeral on Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his late residence. 1134 Cantrell street. Interment at Fernwood Cemetery. HANSELL. On August 1. 1900. John B. Han-sell, relict of Elizabeth Hansell. in his 82d year. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from his grandparents' residence. Mrs. Clara Spang. No. 2121 Wallace street. Interment at North Mount Morlah Cemetery. HARTLEY. On August 1. 1900, Tressa Gertrude, the daughter "f Frank A. and Eliabcth G. Hartley, aged 10 months 2 weeks. Funeral on Saturday, at 2 o'clock, from her parents' residence, 3043 Orkney street. Interment private Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. HERRING. On .Ttilv 31, 1900. Mary, wife of Charles Herring uged 39 years. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at 2218 Ellsworth street. Interment at Mt. Morlah Cemetery. HESS. On August 2, 1900, at the residence of his father. Overbrook, Pa., W7alter, son of David M. Hess, aged 32 years. Funeral and interment private. HOOVEN. On Angust 3, 190O. John Francis, the son of John and Mary Booven and grandson Of Caleb and the late Margaret Townley. aged 6 years 4 months. Funeral on Monday at 3 o'clock, from his parents' residence, 2103 KuiT-ner street. Interment at Northwood Cemetery. Elizabeth papers please copy. HUSTON. Suddenly, on August 1. 1900. Margaret, widow of William Huston. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from her late residence. No. 2134 East .Huntingdon street. Thirty-first ward. To proceed to Cumberland Street M. E. Vault. Interment at North Cedar Hill Cemetery. HUTCHINSON. On the 2d inst.. Emma Hutchinson. Funeral services Sundav afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at her late residence. 2i03 Nicholas street. Interment at Laurel Hill Cemetery. JONES. On August 2. 1900. SalUe. widow of John S. Jou.-s. in her 85th year. Services at 5545 Boyer street. Germantown. on Monday, at 4 P. M. Interment strictly private. KAIGHN- On Angust 2, 19O0, Edward W. Kaigbn. aged 55 years. Funeral on Monday, at 2 o clock, from his late residence, Folcroft, Delaware county. Pa. The employes of the Standard Oil Company, of Point Breeze, are invited. Train leaves Broad Street Station at 2.32 for Folcroft. Interment Fernwood Cemetery. KELLY. On August 1. 1900. James Kelly. Funeral on Saturday morning, at 7.S0 o'clock, from his late residence. No. 2310 Sharswood street, above Master street. High mass at St. Elizabeth's Church. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. KEN YON. On August 2. 1900. Edward, youngest son of Joseph and Sarah Kenyon. aged 2 years and 9 days. Fnneral on Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from his parents' residence. No. 618 Point street. Camden. N. J. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery. KERN At Beverly. N. J., on Aucust 2, 1900, Charles T. Kern, in his 89th year. Funeral from his late residence. 439 Warren street. Beverly, on Sunday. August 5, at 3 o'clock. Interment Monument Cemeterv. Beverlv. KIPLING On July 31. 1900. William Kipling, aged 53 years. Fnneral on Saturday, at 1 o'clock, from the residence of his son, 3012 Arbor street. Interment private. LOCK ARD. On August 2. 1900. Mary, wife of David Lockard. In her C8th year. Fnneral on Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from her parents' residence. Cheltenham, Montgomery county. Interment private at Pennypack Cemetery. LOKSER. In East Mauch Chunk. Pa., on August 1. 1900, Elizabeth Loeser. need 81 years. Funeral from White Marsh Lutheran Church. Saturday. August 4. at 2 o'clock P. M. Interment White Marsh Cemetery. MAXWELL. On August 2. 1900. William Maxwell, aged 7J2 years. Funeral services on Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at his late residence. 2341 Meredith street. Interment at Mt. Morlah Cemetery. McCARSKER. On July 30. 1900. Ann McCars-ker. Funeral on Saturday morning, at 8 o'clock, from the residence of George Callahan, No. 1334 South Garnet street. . Mass at St. Thomas' Church. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. McGLINCHEY. On August 1. 1900. Andrew McGllncliey, Sr. Funeral on Saturday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from his late residence. No. 502 South Sixteenth street. Solemn high mass of requiem at St. Theresa's Church, at 10 o'clock. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. McGOXIGAL. On August 2. 19O0. John P.. son of the late Patrick and Bridget McGonigal. Fuiieral on Monday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from bis late residence. No. 2343 North Twenty-nintn street. Solemn requiem mass at St. Coliimba's Church, at 10 o'clock. Interment at the Cathedral Cemetery. MctLVAIN. On August 2. 1900. Alexander Mc-Ilvaln. Funeral services on Saturday nf-ternoon. at 2 o'clock, at his late residence. No. 604 Scuth Twenty-second street. Interment private at Mt. Moriah Cemetery. McKEEVER. On August 2. 1900. John J., son of the late Francis and Margaret McKeever. Funeral on Monday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from 217 West Oxford street. Requiem mass at St. Michael's Church. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. McKELVEY. On the 1st inst.. Rose Ellen, wife of John McKclvey and daughter of Elizabeth and the late Robert Shane, aged 28 years. Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from South Hector street. Conshohoeken. Interment at Gnlf Church. McNICHOLS. On Angnst 1. 190O. Annie, daughter of William and Ann McNlchols, aged 4 months. Funeral on Saturday afternoon. 4th inst.. at 1 o'clock, from her parents' residence. 1020 South Water street. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery. McSHERRY. On Friday. August 3, 1900. Edward J. V.. son of Edward and Suscu McSher-rv. aged 21 years. Funeral on Tuesday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, at 1345 Delhi street, near Tenth and Master streets. Solemn requiem mass at St. Malachv's Church, at 10 o'clock precisely. The Sacred Heart League. Blessed Vlrein Mary Sodality and the Veronica League of St. Malachy's, the Assumption T. A. B. Society and Division No. 2. B. A. O. H., Invited. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. MEEHAN. On August 3. 1900. Catharine, wife of James Meehan. Funeral on Tuesday morning next. 7th inst.. from her late residence, 1708 Morris street. Solemn mass of requiem at the Church of St. Thomas Aquinas, at 9.30 o'clock precisely. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. MERET. Suddenly, on the 2d inst.. Louis F.. son of Julienne and the late Charles Merer, aged 21 years. Funeral on Monday morning, at 8 o'clock, from his mother's residence. 621 Sonth Twenty-seventh street. Solemn mass of requiem at St. Anthony's Church. St. Anthony's Literary Institute and employes of the Pennsylvania Railroad are invited. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. ' MITCHELL. On the 1st Inst.. John F. Mitch- j t!L Funeral on Saturday' afternoon, at a o'clock, from 2227 Latona street. Shanese Tribe, Wo. 8. I. O. of R. M.. is invited to attend. Interment at Mount Moriah Cemetery. MOLINEAUX. On August 3, 190O. Helen Louise, daughter of Lewis H. and Jeanette Louise Molineanx, and granddaughter of Thos. L. . and Georgia L. Davis, aged 1 year 2 months and 2o days. Funeral services on Monday morning, August 6. at 10 o'clock, at the residence of her parents. No. 943 North Twenty-fifth street. Camden. East Side (formerly N. Cromer Hill, N. J. Interment private. MORRIS. On Seventh month. 29th dav, James TL. sou of Morton and Emma j. Morris, aged 15 years. Funeral services on Seventh day (Saturday) afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at Old Front street and Harrowgate lane. Interment private. MORRIS. Suddenly, on July 30. 1900. John M.. son of the late James and Sarah Morris. Funeral on Saturday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from 1411 North Second street. Services at St. Michael's Church at 10 o'clock. R. E. Pattison and John H. Fow Clubs invited. Interment at Cathedral Cemeterv. MORTON. Departed this life on August 1. 1900. Ezra D. Morton. Burial service on Saturday, the 4th Inst.. at 2 o'clock, at the residence of his son-in-law. George W. Barnes. 2806 Belmont avenue, near City avenue (Bala). Train from Broad Street Station at 1.30. MURPHY. On August 3. 1900. Joseph F.. son of Francis and the late Bridget Murphy, aged 21 y?ars. Funeral on Monday morning. August fi. at 8.30 o'clock, from the residence of his grandmother. Mrs. Egnn. 2S14 Agate street. Twi-ny-fifth ward. Reqnietn innsa at St. Anne's Church. Interment at Holy C:os Cemetery. MURTAGH. On August 1. 1900. Gwep J.. on of Patrick and Mary Murtagh aged 1 year "n! 5 months. Funeral on Saturday nfrernoon, at 1 .30 o'clock, from 1749 Dorrance street. Moore street below Nineteenth street. Interment st Holv Cross Cemetery. NAG LEE. On August 2. 1900. Louisa B.. daughter of the late William rnd Martha Na-glee. Funeral on Mouoay afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at 1111 South Thud street. Services at Gloria Dei Old Swedes Church. Interment in church ground. XEGLEY. On August 2. 1900. .Tames A. Nee-lev, aged 71 years. Funeral services on Mcnde.y afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at 1935 Mrvine st-eet. Interment private, at Northwood Cemeterv. O'CONNOR. On August 2. 190O, William O'Connor. Sr. Funeral on Monday morning next. 6th instant, at 632 Morris street. Memtiers of Court Passyunk. No. 34. F. of A., invited. Solemn mass of re-iuiem at the Church of the Sacred Heart, at 9.30. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery. ODONNELL. On August 1. 1900. Helen, daughter of John H. and Magele O'Doiinell. aged 16 months. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from 2236 Fairniount avenue. Interment at Odd Fellows' Cemetery. 0BOP.N. On Thursday. August 2. 1900. Sarah A., wife of Edward Osborn. aged 34 years. Funeral on Monday morning, at 8 o'clock, from her husband's residence. Colars annus, above Fountain street. Manayunk. Requiem mass at Church of the Holy Family. Interment in West minster Cemetery. PARK. On August 3. 19O0. Leah S.. widow of Jacob Park, in the 90th year of her age. Funeral services on Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock, at 250 South Third street. Interment at Bethel Church, at Hurffville, N. J., on arrival ot 0.30 A. M. train Monday. POTTS. On August 2. 1900. Harry, son of Adam and Elizabeth Potts, aged 22 years. Funeral on Monday. August 6. at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his mother. 1351 Webster street. Inlerment at Mt. Moriah. REEVE. On Wednesday. August 1. 1900, James Scull Reeve, husband of Catharine A. Reeve, aged 77 years. Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his late residence. No. 521 Budd 6treet. REINMANN. On August 1. 1900. August Reinmsnn, aged 57 years. Funeral on Saturday, at 1 o'clock, from his late residence. 1323 Hutchinson street. Members of the First German Baptist Church. Sixth street, above Poplar, are invited. Services at above Church precisely at 2 o'clock. Interment private, at North-wood Cemetery. ROACH. On August 2. 1900, Caroline M-, widow of Wesley Roach, aged 81 years. Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, at No. 2230 Leithgow street. To procede to Norris Square Presbyterian Church Vault. ROBERTS. On August 1. 190O. Albert Roberts, aged 47 years. Funeral services on Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock, at 2538 North Sixth street. Interment private. SALSBURG. On August 1. 1900. Samuel S., son of Mary and the late William Salsburg. Funeral services on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at his late residence. 2405 Montgomery avenue. Interment private, at Northwood Cemetery. SANFORD. On Tuesday. July 31. 1900. Thomas Sanford. aged 49 years. Funeral on Saturday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from his late residence. Cottman street and Pennsylvania Railroad. Tacony. St. Leo's C. B. S. : St. Dominlck's C. B. S.: Division No. 39. A. O. H. ; St. Patrick's Alliance, and the employes of the Pennsylvania Railroad, are Invited. Solemn requiem mass at St. Leo's Church. Interment at St. Dominic's Cemetery. SAV1DGE. On August 1. 1900. Grace Adelaide, only daughter of Harry and Adelaide Savldge. aged 8 months. Fnneral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from residence. 2000 Seybert street. Interment at Odd Fellows' Cemeterv. SCOTT. On Angust 3. 1900. near Taylorsv'lle. Bucks conntv. David S. Scott, aged 76 years. Funeral from his home on Monday. August 6. at 11 o'clock. and at Thompson Memorial Church at 2 o'clock. SMITH. On August 1. 1900. Lesher .T. Smith, age-i 65 vears. Funeral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his late residence. No. 3307 Market street. Employes of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company are invited. Interment at Arlington Cemetery. STEVENS. On August 1. 1900 Mark, the son of William J. and the late Senia Stevens, r.ged 18 years. Funeral on Saturday, at 2 o'clock, ficm 1632 Victoria street, Tioga. Interment at St. Stephen's Cemetery, Geruiantown. STOWE. On August 1. William II. Stowe, aged 49 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, at his late residence, Salem,- N. J., on Sundav. the 5th instant, at 2 o'clock P. M. Interment at Baptist Cemetery. STREEPER. On July 31. 1900. Kate,-widow of the late Isaac Streeper. aged 56 years. The relatives and friends of the family, also Theresa Degree Lodge. No. 147. Daughters of Rebekab. I. O. O. F.. are respectfully Invited to attend the fnneral services, on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock at her late residence. 3144 Gordon street. Interment at Greenmount Cemetery. THORPE. On August 2. 1900. Elsie May. daughter of Bernard J. and Emma Thorpe and granddaughter of Thomas lleeley. aged 11 years. Funeral services on Saturday afternoon, at the hour of 2.3rt o'clock, at her parents' -sidence. No. 2429 North Front street. Interment private TIG HE. On August 3. 1900. Mary A., wife of Jchp F Tlghe. Fnneral on Tuesday morning. Anust 7 1900. at 8.30 o'clock, from 2520 East Lehigh avenue, corner of Miller street, former.y Walker Eighteenth ward. Solemn high mass of requiem at St. Paul's Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. WAGNER. On Jnlv 31. 1900. Mary, widow of Julius Wagner, aged 56 years. Funeral services on Saturday, at 2 P. M.. at her late residence. 2529 East Dakota (Lucy) street. Interment at Northwood Cemetery. WALLACE. On August 1. 1900. at the Home for the Aged Veteran and Wife. Sixty-fifth and Vine streets. Elihue Wallace, in his 71st year. Funeral on Sundav. at 3 o'clock, from the Home. Admiral Du Pont Post. No. 24. are invited. Interment at Mt. Moriah Cemetery. WEISBROD. Suddenly, at Asbnry Park, on August 1. 1900. Nellie H., wife of Harry F. Weisbrod and youngest daughter of Catharine L. and the late William Hogg. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services, on Saturday afternoon, at the hour of 2 o'clock, at the residence of her mother. 1903 Spring Garden street. Interment private. WHACK. On Thursday. August 2, 1900. Howard Westley. infant son of Howard and Minnie M. Whack, aged 5 months. Funeral, without further notice, from the residence of Its parents, in Paoli. on Saturday afternoon, August 4. Leave the house at 2 o'clock. Interment at Great Valley Presbyterian Cemetery. WHEATE. On August 1. 1900, Elizabeth Sa-ger Wheate. daughter of the late Amos D. and Sarah Spencer Sager. Funeral services on Saturday, August 4, at 1 o'clock, at 1842 North Seventh street. Interment private, at Oxford Cbnrch. WHITE. At Evesboro. N. J.. on August 1. 1900. James T. White, formerly of Wilmington. Del., aged 63 years. A patient sufferer at rest. Fnneral on Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock from Evesboro. N. J. Interment at Colestown Cemeterv. Trains leave Market street wharf. Philadelphia, at 10.40 for Marlton Station. WHITE. Suddenly, on August 1. 1900. Thomas, son of Joseph and Alice E. White, aged 9 years. 18 days. Fnneral on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his parents' residence. No. 3606 Warren street. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. WINTERS. On the 3d inst.. Nettie, daughter of Samuel H. and Francis Winters, aged 9 months. Funeral services on Monday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, at 2840 North Fcurth street. Interment private, at Greenmount Cemetery. WITH AM. On August 1, at his residence. No. 1842 North Twelfth street, George William Witham. aged 77 years. Funeral services on Saturday, at 2.30 o'clock, t Tabernacle M. E. Church, Eleventh street, below Oxford street. Employes of American Type Founders Company, Philadelphia Assembly, No. 1. A. O. M. P.; Southwark Lodge, No. 18, K. of P., Invited. Interment at Mt. Peace Cemetery. WOLFF. On August 2, 1900, Michael, beloved husband of Annie Wolff and son of the late Frank and Kate Wolff, in his 56th year. Funeral on Monday mornlngj at 7 o'clock, from 435 Titan street, near Fifth and Wharton streets. Mass at St. Alpbonsus' Church at 8 o'clock. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. V.'OTYPKA. On Angust 1. 1900. Josephine, wife of James Wotypka. aged 47 years. Fnneral 'on Monday morning, at 8. .10 o'clock, from her husband's residence. No. 2520 South Twen-tv-eighth street. High mass at St. Aloysius' Church. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. JJNDERTAKERS dDlLQWtELR DOo EMDCB Has opened his NEW Central OFFICE at 1517 CHESTNUT Street. Branch Office. 41 N. 18th street. Branch Ofnee. Market and 36th Street Branch Office. Lancaster Avenue and 40th St. CEMETERY LOTS WILL SELL TWO CEMETERY LOTS, ANY price, to wind nj estate, one Sea Isle City, st'x 110; 13th and Landis avenue; other in Mt. Moriah. Section 33, 150 square feet. C 255, Inquirer office. MT. MORIAH CEMETERY" LOTS. 19x20. SFC- tion 204: size 16x2Q; high and dry; virgin errnnd; on carriage drive. REES, 3724 Market St. FOR SALE LARGE LOT. FINELY LOCATED. 25 graves, at Hillside Cemetery. 1240 Hilton street. HILLSIDE CEMETERY FOR BEAUTY AND location: 4-grave lots $25. Call 1015 Arch st.. for 221-year calendar and transportation. FOR SALE 8x10 LOT IN MOUNT MORIAH Cemetery: 5lo. liioDitt. 349 worth Ninth. Atlantic City Saturday and Sunday- Two Great. Days at the Shore Ptcnsylvanla Railroad from Market Street Wharf. Fast express trains leave at 7.00 daily, and an additional train at 7.30 A. M. Sundays to accommodate the masses desiring to spend the day at the shore. Only $1.00 the round trip. Robert McCloskey. of Philadelphia, was ad judged a voluntary bankrupt in tb United States District Court, Liabilities, S19.S97.96; asssta. $14,603.01. MARITIME HEWS Port of Philadelphia, Aug. 4 Sun rises 5.C2 A.M.. .Sun sets 7.12 P.M. High water Philadelphia 7.32 A.M 8.11 P.M. Breakwater 2.08 A.M 2.47 P.M. Low WMIer Philadelphia 2.33 A.M 2.40 P.M. Breakwater 9.16 A.M 10. 04 P.M. Arrived Yesterday MARYLAND. British steamer. Marshall. London, mdse.. the Atlantic Transport Co. KKNNKTT. British steamer, Torney, St. Jac;o, iron ore. Earn Line Steamship Co. HANSEAT. Norwegian steamer, llamre, Swansea, ballast. Cosmopolitan Line. LITC1FH,K. British steamer, l'rowse. Antwerp, bullast. Philio Kuprecht. ROANOivE. steamer. Joy. Jacksonville, lumber. t.ooK cummer fcteamstiip o. AltlKS. steamer. Chase. Providence and Fall l iver, mdse.. George C. Eokhanlt. FRICSON. siean er, Grace, liiiitinioie, mdse., F. S. Groves. RICHARD WILLING, steamer, McLaughlin, Baltimore, mdse.. F- S. Groves. EAGLl'VC. steamer. Warren. New York, mdse., Wiil!nn C!v":e t: ('(.. DFrlAfvCK stenuiei'. Ford. New York, mdse., Wiu. 1". Clv.le u- Co. POT 1 SVlLIJi. steamer. Llcvd. Bansror. balbist. towing barge Buck Ridge, lrom Newlmiyroit, O. H. Higercian. 1ERKS. steamer. WHlett.-i. Bantror. ballast, towing barge Girard. from Fall River. O. H. 11a- "rui:i. V. iLHAMSPORT. steamer. Godfrey. Boston. b:il!adt. towing barge Brookside. O. II. Ili-'ger-msn. I'AKUISBTRG. steamer. Anderson. Boston. ballast, towing barge I'hoenix. from Newburyp-rt, O. H. Hagerman. L.VIN'IA OMl'ItELL. schooner. Vail, Hath, ice. J. Nicbolscn. BFSSIE C. lih.AC'H. schooner. McKcagnc, Ice-boro, !-o. H.-!:!t Cumuli tis. JOHN KO.SP". stl-ooner. Vanaman,, ire. J. N. St.-tson & Co. SUSIF. H. DAVIDSON: schooner. Ilaloy, New York, ball ist. J. N. Stetson & Co. IIATTIK E. GILES, schcontr. Jones, Wilmington. Del., ballast. John Livins. FRANCIS GOODNW. srii.H.nrr. Coleman, I'iseon Cove, stone. J. L. Nicholson. Arrived Wilmington, Del. Ai 11. PEARY. Fchooner. Peary. Cartaret, fertilizer. J. L. Nicholson. Cleared Yesterday ST. C-F.ORG. German steamer. Mengbach. Norfolk. Peter Wright & Sons. ABEONA. British tteainer, Ajres, Piraeus, Peter Wrlvrht & Sens. . - Sl'AISTAN. biearrer. Crov-ell. Boston. George C. Eekhawlt. ELKO, steilmer. Warren. Troy and Albany. Wm. P. Clyde Co. EAGI.KT. steamer. Warren, New York, Wm. P. Clyde &. Co. VKSFER. steamer. Goslee. New York. Wm. P. Clvde 5: Co. GENERAL CADWALADER. steamer. Hart, Baltimore. 5. K. Groves. ERICSSON, steamer. Grace. Baltimore. F. S. Groves. JAMES G. BEECHF.R. schooner. Dunn. Bath. Stetson & Wins'!;'-re. WM. L KOBEK'i'S, schconer, Roberts. Sncw Hill. John Levins. ANNA L. MU1 FORD, schooner. Trench, Charleston. Petflt : Co. EDITH OIXXiTT. schooner. Dothiday. Boston, II. D. May & Co. MA RGITERiTE schooner. Tripp. Boston. J. L. Nicholson. FREDERICK ROESSNER. schooner. Rogers, Boston. Haldt Cummins. H AT TIE H. BARBOUR. schooner. Ersklne. Hallowell. Hnldt Jc Cummins. FRANK LEAMING. schooner. Campbell. Rcvcro. Haldt & Cummins. CHAS. F. TUTTLE. Bown. S3lem. Mitchell & Me-e. NOKMNDY. schooner. Watts. Portsmouth, Chflrtc T. Megee & Co. PAXTAVG. for Boston: DRAPER and ALASKA, for Portlmd. barges, in tow tug Swa-tzra. O H. Hagerman. BURNS1DK. for Bcston; SHENANDOAH and LINCOLN, for Newburyport. in tow tug Cata-wissa. O. H. Htgerman. Delaware bay and River News BREAKWATER Passed Up Probably schooner Charles K. Bucklay. from Brunswick, in low tug Germania. 12.53 P. M. Passed Out Steamer Alfred Dumols (Nor.). Philadelphia for Porto Plata: schooner Marguerite. Philadelphia for Boston. Wind northeast, three miles, cloudy: barometer 30.12. CAPE MAY. Passed In Steamers Harrisburg. with barge Phoenix. 6.30 A. M. : Berks, with barge Girard. 7.30 A. M. : Pottsville. with barge Buck Ridge. 11.15 A. M. ; Wllliamsport, with barge Krookside 1 P. M. REEDY ISLAND. Passed Down Schoone.s Frank Learning, for Revere: Maine, for Portland: George R. Vreelapd. for Richmond: John li. Penrose, for Sagua la Grande: tugs Swatara, with barges: Catawissa, with barges; F. W. Munn. with barses. MARCUS HOOK. Passed Down Steamer Wil-bertorce (Br.), for London; schooner James G. Beecher. fur bath. BREAKWATER. Aug. 1. Left Schooners Helen P.. Joseph J. Pharo. E. G. Irwin. Sarah and Lucy. Arrived Sloop Hattie Jerks. BREAKWATER. 5 P. M. South. 13 miles, cloudy: barometer. 30.10. Arrived Yacht Zee-laud. MARCUS HOOK. Passed Down Steamer Spartan fer Boston; steamer West Point (Br.), for London : tue R. B. Little, towing barges The-rese and Stetson. RKEDY ISLAND. Ang. 3. Passed down Strs. .Wilberforce (Br.), Harrison, for London; Spartan, for Bosten. Anchored off Steamer West Point (Br.). Da vies, for London. Exports from Philadelphia LIVERPOOL. British steamer Rhynland (corrected manifest. July 27) 24.0OO bushels wheat in bulk. JlS.Ow; 1000 sacks flour, 140.-OiH) lbs.. $2450; 670 barrels lub. oil. 33,077 gallons. $3174.19: 100 barrels minera Colza oil, 4959 gallons. $446.31; 233 barrels lub. oil. 11.650 gallons. $1S00; 13 tierces and 10 hhds. tcbacco. J1490; 18 hhds. tobacco, $1350; So hhds. tobacco, $2400; 59 cases plug tobacco. $1100; 443 bdls.. 750 bdls.. 618 bdls., 38 crates handles. $2666.74; 2 boxes lights, $25: 2 cases kartavert. $195: 15 crates compound wood. 66 pkgs. br.cking. $loX; 1130 quarts dried beef. $18,080; 10 boxes containing 4 book cases, $500: 1 case statuary. $58; 1 box portable keg seater. $5t: 45 tierces salted beef. $609; 31 bales cotton waste, $785.40 ; 500 boxes extract of 'yewood and 125 bbls. extract of dyewood. $4500 ; 7 bbls. mineral sperm oil. $32: 15 bdls. cedarware, $78.48 : 273 bags old rubber. $3757.50; 10 tubs but terine. $50; 9 cases containing 3 old machines, $438; 95 bbls. syrup. 8440.82; 100 tierces lard. $-511.25: 1694 sacks corn flour, $3557.40r 75 bbls. grease, $1100; l' tlreces beef, $180: 3 pieces iron, 1388 plates iron, $3165.5): 142 boxes bacon. $0390: 1 box metal goods. $2.50; 50 tierces beef. $725; 100 tierces tallow. $1653.33: 110 cases candy, $205: 285 bbls. mineral grease, $1643.28: 1 bid. glazed kid. $560.23: 1 Ikx surgical Implements, $25.G4: 1 box catalogues. $35; 1 case chamois skin. $340; 100 tierces grease. $1544.24; 5 crates knitting machinery, $1000 : 250 tierces grease. S3200; 1 box orean. $35: 2 boxes sheet steel. $24: 1 bbl. silicate of soda, $10.26;-220 bbls. petroleum grease, $1400 ; 350 bbls. syrup, $1882; 1703 boxes bacon. $76,635; 432 boxes hams. $24,624. PIRAEUS. British steamer Abeona (estimated nranifest) 2400 tons bituminous coal. $6250. Imports at Philadelphia LONDON. British steamer Maryland 112 bales dundees, order; 45 rolls dundees. Bank of British North America; 36 bales dundees. Bank of British North America; 25 bales dundees. Fair & Bailey Mfg. Co.; 54 packages dundees, T. Potter Sons & Co.; 40 Dales dundees, T. Potter Sons & Co.; 360 bales pepper, order; 80 bales wool, order; 200 bags mustard seed, order; 18 cases alloy, order; 10 packages nutmegs, order; 20 casks chemicals, order; 100 bags ginger root- Winter & Smillle; 14 bags tapioca flour. Winter & Smillle; 513 slabs tin, Fourth St. National Bank; 5001 tons chalk.' Brown Bros & Co.; 30 cases oilman stores. H. Kellogg & Co.; 15 cases shells, order; 40 cases merchandise, order; 100 cases whisky, T. Massey & Co.; 15 cases M. spawn. J. W. Jampton, Jr. & Co.; 10 cases M. spawn. O. G. Hempstead Ac Son: 12 cases M. spawn. F. B. Vandegrift & Co. ; 90 cases liquors. Hutchinson & Co. ; 14 cases shells, order; 119 slabs tin, order; 222 bales calf hair. Drexel & Co.; 50 cases liquors, Lelar t Co.; 25 cases whisky, T. Massey & Co.; 959 bales M. fibre, order; 67 bales goatskins, order; 109 bales goatskins. Brown Bros. & Co.; 214 slabs tin, order; 435 bags creosote salts, order; 17 bales raw skins. Winter & Smillle; 200 bales glue pieces. Brown Bros. & Co.; 51 bales floor cloth, J. Wanamaker: SO casks mineral water, T. Massey & Co. ; 201 bales hide flleshlngs, order; 78 pieces timber, orders 10 bales dry skins, Atlantic Transport Co.; 173 bales burlaps, order; 26 cases intestines, order; 51 packages merchandise, yaTious consignees. ST. JAGO. British steamer Kennett 2300 tons iron ore, Uragna Iron Co., Ltd. OTHER PORTS Arrived SAVANNAH. Aug. 3 Schrs. Harry A. Ber-wind and Thomas F. Poliard, from Philadelphia. LIX'ERPOOL. Aug. 3. Str. Pennland, from Philadelphia. SUEZ. Aug. 3. Str. Asloun. from Samarang. etc., for Delaware Breakwater. HALIFAX. Aug. 2 Str. Siberian, from Glas- ow and Liverpool via St. John, for Phila-elpbla. BUENOS AYRES. July 31. Ship Glenelvan, from Philadelphia. ST. THOMAS, au?. 3. Str. Jessica, from Philadelphia. PARRSBORO. N. S.. July 30. Str. Manchester Shipper, from Philadelphia. BOSTON, Aug. 3. Str. Grecian, from Philadelphia; August 2. sehre. Colin C. Baker and Mnria O. Teel. from Philadelphia. BANGOR, Aug. 2. Schrs. Mary Manning. Charles L. Davenport and Ella Davenport, from Philadelphia. FERN A ND I N A . Aug. 1. Schr. Thomas Wins- ROCKLAND, Aug. 1 Schr. C. J. Willard, from Philadelphia for Bangor. VINEYARD HAVEN, Aug. 2. Schr. Nathan iawrence, irom r-niiaaeipnia lor Boston. Sailed BRUNSWICK. Ang. 2. Schooner Eliza J. Pendleton, for Reedy Island. GLASGOW. Aug. 2. Steamer Carthaginian, for Philadelphia. PORT ANTONIO. Aug. 2. Steamer Leon, for Philadelphia. BATH. Aug. 1. Schooner Mary F. Godfrey, for Philadelphia. Aug. 2. Schooners Annie T. Bailey and Sarah Wood, for Philadelphia. LONG COVE. July 21. Schooner J. B. Holden. for Philadelphia. JACKSONVILLE. Aug. 3. Steamer Westorer. for Philadelphia. Cleared JACKSONVILLE. Aug. 3. Steamer Westover, for Philadelphia. BOSTON. Aug. 2. Schooner William E. Marvel, for Pigeon Cove and Philadelphia. Passed CAPE HENRY. Aug. 3. Steamer Fairmead. from St. Vincent via Delaware Breakwater, for Baltimore. . MARITIME NOTES BURNED CARGO TO BE DISCHARGED. London. Aug. 3. The British ship Glenelvan. Captain Kerr, from Philadelphia. June 4 arrived at Buenos Ay res on July 31. with ber cargo on tire. 80 tons of cargo was Jettisoned. U is belisved that the vessel U not damaged and the remaining eareo can he discharged. CHARLES K. SCHULL RUN DOWN. Sa van- nan, (ia.. Ang. 2. Captain Clark, of the schooner Charles K. Schull. which arrived here to-day from New York, reports that on July 25, while off Hog Island light he was run down at 12.30 A. M. bv an unknown loaded schooner apparently bound north. The Schull wore around until daylight and then seeing nothing of the other vessel proceeded. TLe Schull lost a boat and a taffrail in the collision. STARLIGHT STRANDED: CREW SAVED. Philadelphia. August 3. Schooner Starlisbt. lumber laden, from Millville. Del. to Mill-vllle. N. J.. st-ended near Rehnboth yesterday; crew saved: Indian River life savers will try to save vessel. STATE QUARANTINE REPORT Marens Hook. Aug. 3. Inspected and passed Steamships. 9; nnnibi r of passengers, 208; number in crews, 256. CArtGO RUINED DURING A STORM. Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 2. Schooner R. B. Leeds. Price, from Chiucoteague for New York, two weeks overdue and given up for lost, arrived here to-day. Cautiiln Price encountered st vt re storms, which ruined his cargo of watermelons. GONE ASHORE AND BROKE IN TWO. San Francisco. July 25. Captain Walvlg, of steamer Seotia. reports that Indians arrived at Crescent City and reported that steamer La- fitiua nun gutie asuore near iviamawi ruvei. Vessel lias bvoken in two and id a t"tnl loss. ABRIE & EVA HOOPER LEAKING. Vineyard Haven. Mass.. Aug. 2. Schooner Ahbie Eva Hooper. 1 oster. from Port Johnpon for St. John. N. B.. with a cargo of coril, sprung a bad leak last night off Point Judith, which kept one pump constantly working. She arrived here this afternoon anil employed divers to stop the bak. Bi t uHT AN HUi'TlAN YACHT. Consul Hop-ley. at Southampton, has reported to the State Department that on May 31 he certiSed to tSe bill of ai'io cf the steam yacht Saf a-El-Bahr, which is translated "Jry of the Sea." by the Khedive of Egypt to Francis L. Leland. of the United States. Mr. Inland wished the sale recognized, as he wished to fly the American flag on his yacht, and on July 4 he re-d'viioaied tto vessel aad raised the Stars and DEATH OF CAPTAIN M TNTOSTT j York. Aug. 3. Cartaln Jrfcn M"Intosh. a veteran command r of the Ne - York and Cuba Mail steamship Company, di'-ri -it bis home. No 2SK Monmouth street. I rsey City, at half past o o clock j-esreitiny morning. L ntil a few weeks Hro "aiitfifu Mcintosh was in command of the Ward Line steamship Mexico. He resigned this command to superintend the finishing touches on the Morro Castle. Can- tain Mcintosh was to have' commanded the Murro castlt?. FREIGHTS AJJD CHARTERS INCA. British steamer. 1931 tons. Newport FRIDT.IOF NANSEN. Norwegian steamer. 2094 tons. New York to South Africa, general car go. io shilltncs. Augtst. ALABAMA. British steamer. 1241 tons. Colon to New York, general cargo. CANARA. British steamer, 1216 tons. St. John. N. B.. to Liverpool, lumber. 26 shll-lincs 3 itence and deals. 55 shillings 6 pence. ACANTHUS. British steamer. 1877 tons. Daiquiri to Baltimore or Philadelphia, ore. 8 shillings. NORM ANTON. British eteamcr. 1600 tons (lixed abroad, no particularsi. M ARTE. Spanish steamer. 23f:9 tons. Phila-j delphia to Hamburg, general cargo. August. I.YN ' 1 HURST. British ship. 2249 tons. Japan to New York, general cargo. LOTTIE MOORE. American bark. 794 tons. New York to Havana, general cargo, thence Fernandina to Las Palmas, lumber. SUSIE II. DAVIDSON. American schooner. 4S2 tons, Philadelphia to Gardiner, coal, 75 cents and towage. WM. H. CLIFFORD. American schooner, Philadelphia to Portland. 1S50 tons coal. BLANCHE H. KING. American schooner (p. .t. a.). Philadelphia to Boston, 1800 tons coal, 70 cents and bridge charges. HATTIE E. GILES. American schooner. Philadelphia to Petersburg. Va.. 250 tons coal, 65 cents. EMILY F. 'ORTHAM. American schooner. Philadelphia to Jacksonville. 500 tons coal, $1 and return with dry cypress. $4.50. FLORENCE LELAND. American schooner. 284 tons, Baltimore to Boston, coal, 75 cents. HORATIO L. BAKER. American schooner. 720 tons. Baltimore to Boston or Portland, coal, 75 cents. C. E. LOOK. American schooner. 457 tons, and S. N. PICKERING. American schooner. 319 tons. Elizabetliport to Halifax, coal. $1.25. GEORGE E. DUDLEY. American schooner. 387 tons, Edsrewater to Halifax, coal. $1.25. R. D. SPEAR. American schooner. 299 tons. Edgewater to Yarmouth, coal. O. T. WHITTIER, American schooner. 493 tons. New York to Point-a-Pitre, general csrgo. BLANCHE HOPKINS. American schooner. 505 tons. Baltimore to New York, wheat, 2ij$ cents. MF.ItOM. American schooner. RSI tons. Baltimore to New York, grain. 2l cents. JESSIE LENA. American schooner. 279 tons. New York to Charleston, salt. $1.05. EMMA KNOWLTON. American schooner. 309 tons. New York to Baltimore, salt. 65 cents. JOHN R. BERGEN. American schooner. 615 tens. Carabelle to New York, naval stores, $2.75. GLENROSA. British schooner. 487 tons, Montreal to Rosario. lumber. $12.50. STEAMERS' SCHEDULE TO ARRIVE. IDate of ISalllPg. Name. From. For. Ontario ..... Archimede .. Ikbal Amsterdam ... Taurlc Maruette Aller Aragonla .... La Touraine. . Campania ... New York. . . . Anehoria .... Bulgaria .... Barbarossa .. Dcuischland . Lahn Belgrnland . . Teutonic .... Stntendam .... Carthagenlan . . Laurentian ... Mesaba ...... Astoria A. Victoria . Jnlv -21 Hull Naples Liverpool Rotterdam . . Liverpool ... N. York IN. York July 221 Julv 2f, I.I nlv 9Tl Philada N. York N. York N. York IJuly 27! July 27: I July 27: July 23 i.Iulv 28 lyOtlUDll ..... Gibraltar . .. Antwerp .... Havre ...... Liverpool . . . Cherbourg ... Moville Hamburg .... Cherbourg ... IN. York N. York N. York N. York N. York N. York July 23 July 28 July 29 .llllv Ho IN. York IN. York N. York IJuly 30 Inly 31 Cherbourg . . . Southampton Liverpool Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. N.York i Philada Liverpool .... Rotterdam .. N. York 'N.York Philada Aug. Aug. Aug. Glasgow . . . . Glasgow London . . N. York - I - - ' ' i a . N. York . -N. York Aug. Aug. Moville Southampton TO DEPART. IDate of 'Sailing. Namer For. From. Waeslanrt Minneapolis ... Werra ; Umbria .- 1 Tartar Prince. S. of Nebraska. Maasdam . Ohio British Trader. Patricia Batavla K.W.der Gr'se Switzerland . . Oceanic Deutschland .. New York Kensington ... Colurolla . La Touraine.. M. Minghetti.. Campania .... Anehoria Marquette Aller G. Waldersee. Ikbal Neustrla Lahn St. Paul Teutonic Aragonia La Bretagne.. Laurentian Trave Etruria Cymric K. M. Theresia Mackinaw St. Louis . Germanic Koenig Luise. Ijorraine F. Bismarcfc . . Ethiopia Minnehaha Trojan Prince. Pennsylvania . Sardinian Lucania Spaarndam Belgravla .... Majestic New York . . . . Friesland .... Aquitaine ... Aug. Liverpool .... London Naples, Genoa. Liverpool Azores. Italy... Glasgow . .... Rotterdam Hull Antwerp Hamburg Hamburg Bremen , Antwerp Liverpool Hamburg Southampton .. Antwerp Hamburg Havre , Philada N. York N. York Tnrt AUg. A lie Aug. Aug. Ane. IN. York N. York N. York N. York N. York N VorU Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Ang. Aug. Aue. N. York N. York Philada N. York N. York N. York N. York N. York N. York N. York N. York N. York M Vnrlr 8 Aug. AUg. Aug. A 11 ? Aug. AUg. W Naples, Genoa. Liverpool Glasgow ...... London Bremen Hamburg Liverpool . . . . , Naples Bremen Southampton .. Liverpool Aug. 11 Aug. 11 AUg. Ill AUg. IV Aug. 11 Aug. 11 Anir IX N. York N. York Philada V Vnrlr Aug. 14 N. York AUg. 15 Aug. 15 Aug. 15 Aug. 18, -N. York N. York Antwerp , Havre ........ Glasgow , N. York N. York N Yorfr AUg. 18 All! IS nreinen Liverpool Liverpool . . . . . Bremen London Southampton . . Liverpool Bremen Havre Hamburg Glasgow London Naples Genoa. . Hamburg Glasgow Liverpool Rotterdam .... Hamburg Liverpool Southampton . . Antwerp Havre N. York I Aug. 18 N. York N. York N. York Philada N. York N. York Aug. Zl Aug. 21 Aug. 22 Aug. ?z An. VI N. York N. York N. York N. York Aug. 23 Aug. 23 Aug. 25 Auz. 2i N. York N. York Aug. 25 Aug. A 11 it. tSi N. York N. York N. York Aug. 25 An. 25 IN. York Aug. 28 Aug. 29 Aug. 29 lAinr. 29 York N. York N. York IN. York Aug. 30' N. York Vessels marked () carry the malls. tDo mot carry passengers. NOTES OF THE COURTS James McDonald, a former employe of John TL nnd Rudolnh Baizley. fonnders. on Swanson street, between Lombard and South streets, bas surd the firm for S10.O0O as a result oi lniuri's sustained by him by the breaking of a derrick. A libel was filed bv David E. Graham, a sea man, in the United States District Court. agtn?t the schojner Anna lj. Alulford. to recover tam-aees for personal Injuries accidentally sustained last February, v.hen he was struck by a. plank. On Aril 28 last two carriages, occupied re spectively by Mrs. Margaret Crorabarger and C. S. W. Packard, collided on uelmont roai. in Falrmonnt Park. The result of the collision Is a suit begun In the Common Pleas Court by Mrs. Crombarger wherein she seeks to recover $1000 from Packard, alleging that the collision was due entirely to negligence on his part. An order was srranted bv .Tudire McPherson in the United States District Court restraining John Sparhawk Jr.. trustee of the bankrupt estate of Charles M. Rtoever Ac Co.. fmm proceeding 'or an attachment In the Common Pleas against F. Tennyson Neely. a bankrupt book publisher in New York, and declaring a Judgment for $1177. 6S against Neely void. Michael Connolly, of Philadelphia, was dis charged in the United States District Court as an Involuntary bankrupt. Israel M. Koshland. of PhiladelDhin. was discharged as a voluntary bankrupt. Peter E. Helms of Philadelphia, vas adiutlicoted an involuntary bankrunt. A petition In involuntary bankruptcy was filed against Charles Sherer. of Riegelsville. Bucks county. Pa. The aliened dust nuisance in the neighborhood of Thirty-seventh and Wharton streets was for mally brought to the attention of the Common Pleas Court yesterday, when David M. Hess and Michael E. O'Brien, throua-h their attorney. A. A. Hirst, commenced enuity proceedings against the Alcatraz Paving Company and the Richardson & Ross Asphalt Paving Company, to nrociire n inlunctlon. temporary until hearlnc. commanding the defendants to desist from and to discontinue the operation of tbeir works in such a manner as to produce obnoxious clouds cf dirt and dust. Assistant District Attorney Stewart with drew his motion for a reargument before Judge McPherson in tne i nitea oiares utstnet court in the case of J. B. Fleshman & Co.. against Collector of Internal Revenue Penrose A. Mc- Clain. an action brought to recover $4544.90. alleged excess of war revenue taxes collected on stock transactions. Mr. Stewart stated that the motion for re-argument was oesirea to re withdrawn on behalf of the government, because the intention is to appeal the case direct to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals. Ten-year-old John MeConville. of Gloucester City, was run down by a bicyclist, who was scorching, on Market street, yesterday afternoon, and seriously injnred about the bead and hodv. Tbe wheelman, who was knocked from his bicycle, remounted and made his escape. LOTTIE GILSOif WEDS ACTOR J. K. EMMETT -o o-o-o -o- o ----o ?- Lottie NEW YORK, Aug. 3. Miss Lottie Gil-eon, who is known in polite vaudeville circles as "the Little Magnet," is once more a blushing bride, her latest husband being J. K. Emmett, an actor and son of the once famous "Fritz" Emmett. The happy pair are spending their honeymoon at Far Rockaway.' EVftHS GREAT GIFT TO POOR YOUTHS Work to Begin Soon on Mammoth Dental Institute in This City FEATURES OF THE WILL Romantic Life and Remarkable Success of the Famous American Dentist Cftv fitlffiitrt. T. YTtnaev irhn has been a leading actor In a great victory that h.i hpAn won for PhilHdelnhl.i in the ar rangement made between the city and the heirs of the late lr. Thomas w. rjvans, irhurohr tho city Crete nln.nt S3.O00.0O0 tor the eBtnhliahment nf the F.vjins MllSeUlll and Dental Institute provided for In the will, declines to make public at tne present time nil the detnila nf tbe nsrreomentS. but he admits that all the law suits' which had been carried on by the heirs ana otn-ers against the executors are now settled. The question at Issue was the validity of the provisions of the will by which Dr. Evans left certain legacies to ine legal neirs and directed that the remainder of his Im mense fortune should be devotea to round ing the dental museum. This residuary money Is to be vested in a corporation to be formed under the style and title of the Evans Museum and Institute society. The money Is to be paid, $100,000 three mAnthfl nffpr nnmnslnn of the estate ts gained, and the remainder twelve months later. T7r tn the nrenent time the executors have been only acting under orders of the court as administrators, but now tney win oe ohio tn tret nrohpte and enter Into posses sion. The executors are Architect Wilson and Mr. Heberton, a distant relative of Dr. Evans bv marriage, of this city; Mr. Ely, In New York, and Arthur E. Valols and Editor Crane, of the American negisin, m t- -t nr VninU rirotr n n Dr. Evans' will and conducted the legal proceedings abroad In behalf of the executors. The Evans Museum and institute society will be constituted of thirteen members renresenting Philadelphia and the ex ecutors of the will. The Philadelphia members, who have already been chosen, as told by The Inquirer, Include some of the t- n,i,mitMnt business and professional men of the city, with Mayor Ashbrldge at their head. All the expenses Incurred In the litigation 1. 1 Una Kbati oorrioil fin tnr the T3St year and a half will be borne by the respective parties, tne payment oi iuk ittu-cies and about SSOO.000 to the heirs con- -. i . . . I - Anot eattlamont nf nil Claims. The will was opposed by the heirs chiefly on technical grounds. In return for the payment to inera oi iu K-gm sum of $$00,000, they not only withdraw flit Uiw-vcruiuft-t v. - ---- ... cutors all their rights, either under the wllr or at common law, bo iuai aii m -.-j" trouble Is rendered lniposfime. iucj i -i nrui dda nrpr nnd ft hove the U1BL i laiuiru v.-v, - ' - - - legacies, and the executors offered them $600,000. the difference being cut in two In the compromise. . ,. , Ur civans was a niiimiTiijuiuu. -.i " 1 1 t.-i.,tli .nil nriir Rtreets. He makes the express stipulation la his will that the aeniai museum to umi i v.m nrsKtaii nnnn the scene of his boyhood days, where his father and mother lived. It Is believed that work on the institution win De oeguu vvnum a few months. The Institute Is to be exclusively for the use of poor boys who desire to study dentistry. It will be under the control of the city. LIFE OF ROMANCE. t-v i7.nB 1 1 ft -n-o a lilro n rnmfinn Whpn XJl. lit 1 UH 111 VTe . ' - - - he went to Paris he made the acquaintance of Louis Napoleon, with whom be became a prime favorite. Napoleon Introduced him to all the monarchs of Europe. The American dentist rendered professional services to all of them, and to the very highest i r, i I'll ii 1 1 n on I IT p xonm mi 1 to In. IIUU3 . v . -- .. . ' tlmate with the Prince of Wales, who heaped upon him the most distinguished marks of his favor. In fact, decorations and orders were lavished upon him by the rulers of states In bewildering profusion. Vision lUUl mt i u i . ui rimii placed on permanent exhibition In the museum to be erected at Fortieth and Spruce streets. Dr. Evans' great wealth was the natural outcome of the regal favor accorded him during the many years of his life abroad. Napoleon gave him Information from time to time of improvements that were projected In the city of Paris, and by taking advantage of these "tips' the doctor accumulated a large part of his riches. Most of his realty Is in Paris, but he owned property at one time or another all over Europe. It was the house formerly occupied by him which the Shah of Persia now uses as his temporary quarters, and which that potentate was leaving on Thurs-dav when the attempt was made to take life. Most of Dr. Evans' latter years were spent In Paris. He visited this country once after the death of his wife, when he met a number of the heirs nnd drew up a second will, by which he left to them the sum of $1,000,000. This will, however, was never executed, so that the $800,000 settlement in their favor is regarded as an equitable one. Little Waif Died of Neglect The infant who was found abandoned on the step of livery stable at Seventeenth and Mt. Vernon streets early on Tbnrsdav morning, died yesterday at the Philadelphia Hospital. Tbe child's death was caused by neglect, and the police Intend to make a determined effort to find the youngiter'a parents. Gitson It was Miss Gilson herself who admitted the marriage, which she stated took f place in Jersey City on July 23. . She hoped the news would not get out, as it might hurt her in a business way. She hts been reported married so many times, however, that it will hardly hurt her now. WOULD-BE ASSASSIN OF SHAH IDENTIFIED Is a Frenchman Named Salson Who Had Been in Prison for Anarchy - SHAH A TRUE FATALIST Declares That His Hour Is Not Yet Come, Else He Had Fallen a . Victim to the Attack PARIS, Aug. 3. At the meeting of the Cabinet this morning it was announced that the would-be assassin of Muzaffer-Ed-Din, Shah of Persia, had given his name as Salson. The discovery of Salson'a identity -was made by means of the Bertillon system, his measurements agreeing with a card at police headquarters.. When shown the card and photograph the criminal Baid: "Yes, that is me." A Dangerous Anarchist His full name is Francois Salson. He ia a Frenchman and was born in 1876. He was regarded as a dangerous anarchist, and in October, 1898, was condemned to three months imprisonment for preaching anarchy. In June, 1890, he was condemned to eight months imprisonment for a like offense. Salson was more communicative to-day, and when an effort was made to interrogate him he spoke freely of yesterday's attempt and ventilated his anarchistic ideas, but when asked if he acted as the instrument of others h rec n in in-swer, saying, however, that had he killed the Shh and escaped he would have killed the Czar. His Quiet Life For a month before the attempted homicide Salson had been living &t a small hotel. He was there regarded as a model boarder. He was regular in his habits, but was taciturn and had few companions. feaison had been working at day labor until recently, when his work was finished. He was unemployed later, and in the last few days the question of existence was & difficult one for him. What his punishment will be ia a matter of doubt. Probably it will be a life sentence at hard labor, though it is possible he will be condemned to the guillotine. The statutes provide the death penalty for attempted assassination. Vailtant, who threw a bomb in the Chamber of Deputies, was executed, though no loss of life resulted from his act. His Hour Not Yet Come Mirza Mezam de Gaffray, Persian Minister of Public Works, gives in an interview the personal impressions of the Shah on the attempted murder. "Like all Mohammedans," said the Minister, "the Shah is a fatalist; hence the remarkable coolness with which he treated the whole affair. He is simply astonished. "If the assassin has not succeeded in killing me," said the iah, "it is that my hour hns not yet come. God is great." To another personage the Shah said: "Why do criminals trouble me? I am a traveler and entirely irresponsible for the politics of the State through which I pass." After a moment's reflection he added: "This, undoubtedly, is a kind of plot against chiefs of state. After the assassination of the Kin of Italy they threatened the Kaiser and then attempt to kill me. However, I know that a large majority of the French people love me. I had proof of their affection at Contrexeville, as well as at Paris, and only just now the crowd woutu have torn my aggressor to pieces without the intervention of the police." On receipt of a photograph of his .assailant, his Majesty looked at it for a long time, murmuring "Why me, why me?" at the same time shrugging his shoulders. The Warning Letter The letter received by the Shah a short time before the attempt to assassinate him was made, was as follows "I think fit to warn you that an at-terot will be made against your life during your stay in Paris. I am a member of an anarchist association meeting at No. 5 Piazza di Naples, which has decided upon your death. If I warn you it is because feelings of humanity get the better of my desire for vengeance on sovereigns and potentates. "I confide this letter to one of my friends who leaves for Paris, and who on hi? arrival will immediately post it. -I add. in conclusion, that he who is chosen to kill you is a friend of him who killed the King of Italy." Says Mackin Chased Her Thomas Mackin, who holds a responsible position with a well-known brick manufacturing firm, and who 1 rather well-known in the Fourteenth ward as a builder, was before Magistrate Williere at the Tenth and Buttonwood streets station yesterday morning, having been arrested on coiuplalut of Miss Oussie IeHaven. of 1209 Wallace street, who claims that he chased her through the house with a knife. Mackin. who lives at 12t)4 Mt. Vernon sneet, was held tn $1000 bail tot trial.

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