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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 August 1902

The San Juan Islander <>. H (IIMII. Bdltor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parts of the World— Resume' of the Less Important Happenings of the Past Week in On. dented Form. , One man wan killed and five injured by a boiler explosion at Adrian, Mich. There was a marvelous display of jewels at the coronation of King Ed ward. Princ* Chen and Liang Chen Tung, the latter Minister Wtl's MOOMtOT, have arrived at New York. Senator M. A. Hanna addressed 30, --(KH» people at Chatauqua, N: V., on "Lftbor and Capital." He declared that organized labor had conic to stay. I'or keeping the state troops in Shen andoah ten days Pennsylvania paid |BA,OOO. Prince Chen of China laid a beautiful wreath upon the tomb of General Grant on Sunday. The annual convention of the Inter national Typographical Union is being held in Cincinnati. Prominent Filipinos have organized a Filipino Catholic church in defection from that of Koine. P. S. Fannin, a wealthy New Yorker...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 August 1902

K IXG IS CROWNED EDWARD AT LAST OFFICIALLY WEARS INSIGNIA OF RANK, jth Royal Pomp and Splendid Cer emony. Queen Victoria's Eldest Son Succeeded Her to the Throne of the Mightiest Empire in the \\hoh> World. London, Aug. 11.—King Edward the Seventh, victorous after his seven ee ks' battle w^th death, was triumph intly crowned ruler of the world's mightiest empire, in Westmintser Ab l^ v a t :'l minutes pact 12 o'clock Satur jj'v As the crown was placed upon hji; head a signal was flashed from the \bbey to Hyde Park and the Tower. At the*' places the artillery fired salute after salute and joined with the ringing o f thousands of bells, caused the whole city to reverberate with acclamation of joy. Surrounded on all sides by scarlet robed peers and white-robed peeresses, E,]w;ini solemnly took the oath to govern the kingdom according to the laws of parliament. As he ceaged to nneak the Abbey rang with shouts of "Long live the King." The mostrad k-al republican spectator could not fa...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 August 1902

San Jmr\ Islander ■ THE ISLANDER CO., Publishers. O. H. CULVBR, Editor and Manager. Entered dV the pom>>fhVe in Friday Harbor as second class mail matter. Subscription Price. - fil.'.O Per Tear the Official Paper ot San Joan County. THURSDAY. AUOUST/14. 1902 TOR joint Senator I hereby announce myself - : k candidate for the Republican nomination for Joint Senator for the district comprising Jc.lcrson, Clallatn and San JMB counties. ,-' ', ' ' n< \VM\ HISIIOP, JR. Chimncum, Jefferson County. . -t . ( •„ , ' The undersigned .'hereby artnonuces hiuisrflf n candidate fot joint senator for the district comprising .TcfiTerson, Clallam and San Jiiih counties, subject to the action of the Republi can Senatorial Convention. • " V; ■.'; ...>;" CYRUS P. CLAFF. Port Townsend. , „° . ." *, FOR COUNTY Ct.l-.RK To the People of San .Juan County: !• hereby announce myself a candidate for County Clerk (ex-oflicio Clerk of the Superior Court) for San Juan County,subject to the decision of...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 August 1902

Local and perecHi Fill and winter hats and trimming jit received aWMrs Firth -- < Mrs Eliza Trace and sou, of Victoria, re visiting her cousiu.'.Mrs. P. A/Jeu seu, an.i family- Mrs. Firth ha< just received a fine .•ue of fall alld *'»nter millinery which II be ready tor inspectiou aiid sale to d:l- y> . E H. Nash and family haVe been themselves for some time at a aninier resort on the coast of Maine, Bar Harbor.^ Joshua Wotton and Henry Bailer ••took i"" the coronation celebration at Victoria Saturday, returning Sunday. They report large crowds in attendance w d a fine time. \V H. Dexter came over from West Sound Tuesday in his sloop, accotu panied by ex-Mayor Thog. Blade, >pt Whatcoui, and liia brother, Henry glade, whp are enjoying an outing at Mr. Dexter's place.^ Doctor's House and Phillips, Physi cians and Surgeons, of Port Town send, announce that they will be at the Bay View hotel, Friday Harbor, Friday afternoon of this week, prepared to treat all. kinds of chron...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 August 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAPTER I. . I had been sitting for six long weeks behind my doorplate waiting for the patients that, in the first hope ful days of my new venture, were most confidently looked for. Contra ry to everyone's advice. I had decided upon making ;i practice in prefer- MIOC to buying one; but so far they— the patients—were conspicuous by their ab—ace, It was. I say. the end of my first six weeks—the longest and weariest six weeks I had ever passed. Each hour dragged out its sixty minuter and each minute saw the death of a hope, until now of all hope I was near ly bankrupt when the' consulting room boll gave out at length its first wild poal. The Instantaneous result was simply indescribable. The good old soul who kept house for me—nay, did every thing from rooking to praying foi me—and who shared to the fullness of her warm old heart in all my hopes and fears, hastened to smooth thf hair and clothes of the Buttons, and hurry him to the door. He —the But tons —assumed a di...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 August 1902

Out of Your Food You don't and can't if your stomach is j. A weak stomach does not digest H that is ordinarily taken into Ht^gevlt" t- tired easily, and.what it fails to di« £t is wasted. / '^'c' '■, >r^? 'j'j v'■-':?;'T" *" \nioii}! the signs of a weak stomach ar ; uneasiness after eating, fits of ner vous headache, and disagreeable f belch flood's Sarsaparitta strengthens and tones jj the stomach and the whole digestive system. "; v A Variety of Reasons. "Why is she going to the mountains this year?" -■'. ■ ' ;:';.- ■.• -;' 1.".'": • 'V: '^ "Oh, she has several .*, reasons. ; The doctor has ordered her to go, her hoa band has ordered her to stay at home, and .she* is sick of the-'shore'and the country.— Judge. ■■■ \\-,*}] In a Higher Position. "Me darter Nora is goin' t' marry Caney, that wurrucks in the basement of that buildin'. B't Oi do be tillin' her that she moight hey looked higher." 'Indade?" "Vis; ebe cud hoy hod Murphy, that wurrucks on the top story of the same frkyn...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 14 August 1902

San luan Island .OutifcUof Count y Scat SAN JUAN YALLET Harvesting has commenced. S. V. Boyee made a trip to Whatcom and Fairhaven last week. J. O. Bergman shipped Sj,*»O sacks of oats to Port Townsend last week. i .•■;' .' ". • Mr. Katz ha» placed a new MeCormick binder on his ratK-h it the south end. John Kelly, Jr., is working at the blacksmith trade with It. W. Kirn-Co. 1 , •! .- .;'• ■■::. ■ ,:' ;;■■■-•. • .•;;. Murk Hosier and George Smith have returned from a visit to British Columbia. Miss Pearl Conoway, of Seattle, has ! .mi \i-<iiiiiir Amelia Jensen the past \veek. Tho social at Xo. 12 school Saturday evening was well attended. Everyone re ports a nice lime. " '' ' " | Mrs. Ben Lichtenberg has returned to Lope/after several'days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mr«. Jno. i!u<kley. There vns a [largo fire on the Beigin place between here" and Friday Harbor Monday afternoon. About a dozen men with axes* and hoc* stopped it from spreading; The school diro<;tors of di...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

Che San Islander VOL. XII. I N.E. CHURCHILL ] I v Successor to the .., , j [ y SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, ; " . ] I 1 WASHING MACHINES"! ! ! The BUCKEYE, the Best Machine Made j : SUMMER HATS 1 ! A Choice Variety for Men and Boys, ! | and Cheap, too ! ! Some Fine Bargains in Ladies', Men's J • and Boys' Shoes > '■ \ 1 Largest Store in San Juan . < i County. . < i ■ Mir— —^———~—————"~~*~*■"■"~-~—~"*~——^—— i —— ':' ■'■■'■ ~ —'"I ; Kettle Rendered LARD! LARD! LARD! | * j-j— The McGliie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound. Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Ton Money Wljl tie j oi nc nfT - TnRF I Refunded at tin... I BLUE ™T STORE .+++++++++♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦' A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS j •' lbs Gran. Sugar $1; sack $4....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H. < II.VKK, Kditor. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY Interesting Items from Various Parti of the World—Resume of the Lea Important Happenings of the Past Week in Con. dented Form.. Tlif «i^titeenth annual session of the National Rible conference if l>ein^ held at Winona, Ind. Kinn Kdward's naval review was very showy, but the fleet showed little prac tical strength as only the home fleet of ](>(> warships participated. President Coatro has replied to Km pcror Willaini of (Jermany denying his contention that (iernianv should seize a Vcnczii'-lan port as surety for payment of damages claimed by dernianH from civil wars in Wne/.eula. Castro ina;n tains that Venezuelan courts should settle the matter. The army of the Philippines will hold its next annual meeting in St. Paul. Over three million dollars were found in undelivered letters in England for the pact year. The casualty list will l>e sent in full from the Philippines every two weeks for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

A3IKKICANS DIE MR AND MRS. CHARLES FAIR KILLED IN FRANCE. 111( ,l,ile Kan Aw»y, Throwing Them <>"* and Horribly Mang ling the Bodies—Chauffeur Be ,,ies Ol Insane as a Result of the sh o< kin* Accident. pevereaux, France. August 15.— . an( ] Mrs. Charles Fair, Americans, * h0 were related to Mrs. W. K. Van jerbilt. jr. (Miss Virginia Fair), were returning to Paris from Trouville their automobile swerved and craslx'tl into a tree> flfteen miles from here . Both were killed. The chaf lelir became insane as a consequence ol t iir shook. The accident occurred at half-past o O vio< kin the afternoon, and almost in front of the Chateau Buisson dv .Mai. The wife of the gatekeeper of the chateau was the only witness to the disaster. She says she noticed a big r e,i automobile coming along the road at a tremendous pace. Suddenly some thing happened, and the heavy ma chine slid sidewise from the right to the left side of the road, for about six ty yards. It then dashed up an em ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

San jfu?n Islander THE ISLANDKIt CO., rublinhers. O. H. CUI.VKR, Kditor and Manager. Entered at the postofliwe in Friday Harbor as second class mafl matter. .* Subscript lull Trie*, • SI.AO Per Year j The Official Paper ot San Juan County. THURBI>AY, AUGUST 21. 1902 : FOR JOINT SENATOR I hereby announce myself a candidate for the Republican nomination for joint Senator for the district compr.isiiiK Jefferson, Clallilin and San Juan counties. . , <• y . ...-,. - r,lfM. BISHOP, JR. ' Chiinacuin', Jefferson County. - # 1 ■ -.>**( The undersigned hereby, announces himself a candidate fot joint senator for the district comprising Jefferson, Clallam and San Juan counties, subject to the action of the Republi can Senatorial Conveiitioii.- .• %•• v :« 1 CYRUS F. CLAPP. Port Townsend. FOR COUNTY CLERK _ f To the People SaU-^nau Comity: I.Jiereby announce nlyself a candidate for Count Clerk (ex-officio Clcik of the Superior Court) (or San. Juan County, subject to the decision of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

I^ocal *»nd personal D \i. Shull is building a new baru. ♦ Brown & Son are setting up their yew eiiguie this week. , Fall and winter hats and trimming just received at Mrs. Firth'b. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas Thack er, Sunday night, a daughter. Dr. Baker, dentist, will be at the Tourist hotei from Aug. 25th to 30th. * « , \V. H. McCrary was in .town from Roche Harbor Tuesday and Wednes day- .. -t4— ■■■ v' ' Jessie Strahl has r gone to .Seattle jo visit h*;r sister, Mrs. Bishop, for a few vveeks. -.. i . 1- :v, ;. -„: £ The open season/during which v it is lawful to shoot game birds begaii Au gust 15. * ■' ' • n . , Miss Agnes Wright will leave in a jew days, to attend school at Vaahon College, Burton. > ; * Miss Dightman returned Friday from her summer's visit with relatives and friends in Minneapolis. , Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Sweeney and daughter Allle, have gone tb Seattle to attend the Iflks' carnival. -♦ John Douglas and family went to James island, B. C, yesterday tosffciid a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

MISS MILNE AND I. CHAaTER [.—Continued. Miss Milne h'-re paused for several Seconds, an>' '• unable from conflict ing emotions to speak, allowed the silence to assert itself.*- Presently she looked up. and taking or.c glance at the sick child, continued: "One after noon, to me a very terrible after noon, my husband was away on duty and I had dressed for a walk. wh#n a ring caBW at the bell and the servant told me a lady wanted to see me. 1 asked that slip might be shown up. In n few momenta ;< woman Of middle age and cast-iron features, followed_by three young children, was shTTwn into the room. When the door vas dosed, she turned to me, and. in a fearful voice that I can nev er forget, asked: "Who do you rail yourself?" I stared at her blankly for a moment, and then think ing perhaps she was tipsy, I said at kindly as I could, 'I am Mrs. CarkMSO; can I do anything for you?' 'Yes,' shf said with an awful sneer, 'you can < lear out as sharp as ye like. I am "Mrs. Carlosso. t...

Publication Title: San Juan Islander, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

)':■■': ':\':"< -:''"-■■ :is"-.-'..-;'i: Knlcker— "Were there any suspicious characters about?" Bocker—"Only two policemen." As they reckon time: "How long has ghe been on the sta£e?" "Only about three divorces."— Chicago Record-Her ald. Some one has named a cigar after Mary Mac Lane. It emits a blue flame ami sulphurous 6naoke.—St Paul Globe. Nathan Hale is reported to hay« said: "1 ana sorry that 1 am not a cat. so I could give nine liv«e to my country."— Harvard Lampoon. "NoodeUd never disagrees with any liody." "Yes; that's what makes It so disagreeable to hav< him around."— Indianapolis News. Father—"Well, my son, what did you learn at school to-day?" Little Proc f_"}s'ot or to sass Tommy McNutt!"— Chicago Daily News. Bragge—"l was knocked senseless by n cricket-ball two years ago." The boy In the corner—"When does yer expeek ter get over It?"—Tit-Bits. Truth's echo: "Good men, you know, lire scarce." "Yes, I know, nnd even bad men have to make themselves so ut times."—Bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 21 August 1902

Lopez Island > Lopa Mrs. Wood is visiting in iort»s. Frank OoJttll left for WenaU-hee Mon day. Mi^s Carrie Blake wont to Seattle Sat -11 id ay. Hairy Watkins went to Fihhnven MoniUy. Bert Weeks went to Seattle the first of the week. "•' '•;' >' . Tot and Jinimio Biggi wont to. Seattle Saturday. *• ' ' ' ' " ' Dr. Hakcr, of Port Townsend, was do ing businass on Lopez the past week. Mrs. Knappand three children, of Ana* cortes, are visiting relativos at LAfKMfc ftlieeea Stella Wood ami Eva Si.y.hr ranie honw from Aniicort<^s Satunliiy. Messrs. fiber and Lewis Ilriins left Wednesday for the grain fields "on the Hats. Ed. Ilnuldey, of.San Juan, was visiting his sister, Mrs- lien Liohtenbeiy, the j>ast Week. ■■'-■''" \l .,vs jJora Hutler and (Jortio Gilden, •os, aro visinng iff. and Mrs. v) A":i 'Jlio ice cream social given by the {.lulin's!'Guild Tuesday evening w;is well i, tended. Mr. ain't, Mrs. liny, of Port '!'< vyns^nd, tirii'visiting their daughters, Mis. Kent Pud ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

Che San '"Juan Islander VOL. XII. N. E. CHURCHILL Successor to the SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, WASHING MACHINES" The BUCKEYE, tlie Best Machine Made SUMMER HATS A Choice Variety for Men and Boys, and Cheap, too Some Fine Bargains in Ladies', Men's and Boys' Shoes Ivargeßt Store in San Juan County. —?— —— 1 Kettle Rendered LARD! LARD! LARD! • £— The MoGhie Dressed Meat Company, of Everett, has ap- • pointed L. B. Carter sole agent for Han Juan County for its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your dealer for this brand and take no other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Joney Will be I mM r rnniJT or nor ReMdattte.., BLUE FROHT STORE _M ♦♦++♦♦ ♦♦ 4 »♦♦»♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ f+++++4»-H ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦.»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦.♦♦♦♦♦♦ A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS :| 22 lbs Gran. Sugar $1; sack $4.40 SB bars Best Savon Hoap . $1.00 V, "I bbl Holly Flour . . 4.00: 30 bars Eraeral Soap, . . 1.00 *» 1 bbl Olympic Flour ";,':-.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

Che San luan Islander. VOL. XII. N. E. CHURCHILL (Successor to the SAN JUAN TRADING COMPANY, WASHIM MACHINES" The BUCKEYE, the Best Machine Made SUMMER HATS A Choice Variety for Men and Boys, and Cheap, too Some Fine Bargains in Ladies', Men's and Boys' Shoes Largest Store in San Juan County. — —' ' :■'- ■ ""I Kettle Rendered LARD! LARD! LARD! • gjf-j- The McGhle Dressed Meat Company, of Everett/ has ap pointed .L. B. Carter sole agent for San Juan County for - its Pure Kettle Rendered Lard absolutely free from adult- * eration of any kind. It is SIMPLY ALL LARD. Ask your-dealer for this brand and take uo other. Every Pound Guaranteed Strictly Pure. If you are not satisfied Your Money Will be I, „. .._ _„„„_ ._.„_ Refunded at tie .. . I BLUE FBCNT STORE M +++++++♦_♦ » ♦ ♦ > ♦ n ♦ ♦ f4+++++>o+++* ♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦.♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦/♦♦ IA FEW OFODRMANY BARGAINS ( ♦ ■'■> lbs Gran. Sugar *1; sack $4.40 2-5 bars Best Savon Soap . $1.00 X 1 bbl Holly Flour . . 4.00 80 bars Eineral Soap -.- , 1....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

The San Juan Islander O H. IIIUK. Id Hoi. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS OF THE DAY interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less Importan' Happenings of the Past Week in Cor *irnsed Form. The Union Pacific lias cut fares to the Pacific coasi. The trial trip of the nen battleship Maine was a mcOMV. President Koosevelt hkd a continuous ovation in his progress through Massa chusetts. Three persons were killed and many badly Injured In ■ train wreck at Nor folk," Va. In a frioght train wreck neaMieortfe town, Mo., three train men were killed and two fatally injured. A race riot brok« out at the end of a ball game in an Indianapolis suburh and two people were killed. Peter Power lias been released from jail. Andrew Carnegie has offered Dawpon City $25,011(1 found a a public, library there. On the anniversary of the battle of Mars La Tour the French exhibited bitter feeling toward* tiermany. The dowauer eiPPTCM of China has instructed the new governor of Kwangsi province...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

The San Juan Islander O. H (iI.VIK, Kdiloi. FRIDAY HARBOR WASH. NEWS Of THE MY interesting Items from Various Parts of the World—Resume of the Less important Happenings of the Past Week in Cor 4cr.icd Form. The Vnion Pacific hap cut fare^ to the Pacific coast. The trial trip of the new battlenhip Maine was a KICC4W. Tresiilent lioofevelt hu<l a continuouH ovation in }\it* ]iroj;reHH tfarOQgh MMM chuaetts. Three juthoiin were killed and many hadlv injnre<l in a train wreck at Nor folk,' Va. In a frfeght train wreck n<*ar (ieor^re town, Mo., three train men were killed and two fatally injured. A race riot broku out at the end of a ball game in an Indianapolis suburb and two people were killed. Peter Power lias been released itOßl jail. Andrew Carnegie baa offered Dawson City 115,000 found a a public library there. On the anniversary of the battle of Mars Ls Tour the French exhibited bitter feeling towards (iermany. The dowager empress of China has instructed the new governor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Juan islander. — 28 August 1902

FATAL EXPLOSION STEEL DIGESTERS IN A PULP MILL BLOW UP. Vine Workmen Killed, Five Are Missinjf and Four Others Badly Injured- —Two Terrific Reports and Mill and Buildings Were Complete Wrecks. WYlmingtoii, Del., Aug. 2J.—Five m( , re bodies have been found in the rU i nH of the Jessup & Moore Paper Company's digesting room, bringing the number of known dead up to 16. Wilmington, Del., Aug. 21.—Nine workmen are known to have been kill e ,l five are missing and four others are badly injured by the explosion of the g teel digesters in the Delaware pulp IM i!is of the Jessup & Moore Paper Company, on the Christina river. The digesters were located in a two rtory building. There were ten of them in the building each one resemb ling a vat, and about six feet in diameter. They were for reducing wood pulp- Eighteen men were at «,,rk in the building. There were two terrific reports, and the next instant the building and mills about the structure were completely wrecked. One digester ...

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