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1 Fluid The Valuable Lactea. at Winter Prices. drought has killed the pasture Give Their Cow« ami TI»U Will Tanners Are Obliged t< Grain as Raise the National Guardsmen g» Many Excursion!»!«. in Winter, Frier of Milk nml Hut 1er. Sea. rtvt t C'orresiKjtHlcnr« Evcninit .Tournât« Nkw Casti.k July 29.—As stated In yesterday's Evkninu Jochnai., the con tinned drouth has so fur reduced the pasture In this hundred and rohl*'d it of its strengthening and fattening prluci pies that it has reduced the supply of milk more and more each day until it is r little more than half as large as the| corresponding period of have rigged feeding-pens in their barnyards and will have to give the rattle light grain to keep the cow's milk from fall ing off any more. This extra expense of grain -feeding, and the scarcity of the milk has compelled the farmers to raise In consequence of will have to raise This will U. 'A last week, accordingly farmers The the wholesale price, this the local dealers the price to 8 cents per quart, be done on Monday morning if there is no rain in the interim. Already in Philadelphia and other east ern cities the price of milk has gone to where it was in mid-winter. Butter is also on the rise and lias quickly advanced from 25 cents to 85 cents per pound. High priced beef and ham. high-priced milk and butter and very little employ ment will not Improve the condition of things in New Caatlo this summer. To Sail on the Oeean lilac. The Delawai e street wharf was crowded last night and the freight cars and sheds along the wharf were black with people when the powerful search light of the steamer Excelsior was turned upon the city from mid stream as the vessel was steaming Into the'liar l«>r. The committee of arrangements of Company H. First Infantry, N. G. I)., under the management of which the ex enrsion on this floating palace was given, were attired'in fatigue uniforms and white trousers. Fully 500 people went down to the fishing bunks and the ex enrsion will undoubtedly prove a big success. A IVuiiiHiila Minister'* Trouble, Rev. W. A. Wise, formerly of this city but now of Poeomoke City, Md., passed through to Wilmington lust evening with both of his children who are The little ones will be taken to ton for treatment, their sickness having been the result of the intense heat on the peninsula, and they will he treated at the home of Mrs. Wise in Wilmington. Mr. Wise is the pastor of Poeomoke M. E. Church. very ill. Wllmlng To Mummer In York State. The Misses Spotts wood and Mrs. Nes bit left home early this morning for Haines' Corner in the mountains of New York state. The tourists will he obliged to travel on six different railray lilies to reach their destination and will not nr rive at Haines corner uni 11 late to night. They will remain there for the remainder of the summer. Float lug a I tout **lly II ami.** A party of New Castle people at Allan tic City went out In a small ls>at to catch crabs yesterday. The isiat ran aground on the bar ami John Townsend und James Kelly jumped into the water and pushed the little craft off. It took them just one hour to float the vessel and both were nearly exhausted. City People on Hie River. The Richard Stockton, that known river steanilioat. yesterday rled a merry crowd of excursionists from this city to Augustine Pier, where there was dancing, fishing and bicycle racing. The river steamlsiuts ryiug crowds of people from the eitles during this warm spell and all of the pleasure seekers get full advantage of the salt water and cool air. Personal t'.vent». Mrs. 11, VV. Frazer, of Wilmington, s iu this city last evening paying a flying visit to old friends, cumpanied by her daughter. George Gray Knowles and Andrew C. Gray, two Princeton Ixiys formerly of this city, spent last evening among old friends here. Edgar F. Davis, son of Councilman Davis, and James Taylor, Jr., both of Chester, have been the guests of Mayor Hanson. well car are ear V Slio was ac ex Thing» Worth Knowing. One 88-inch,two IM-im h ball-bearing second hand wheel« at Sloop»*». Sr© the tradeoff re and pure spice« at Boyle*» Tre«h vegetable» every clay at Thomimon'«. New crop fancy N. O. Molasse», J. I. Boyle'» Half Uni to Denver via 11. A O. IL U. For the Knights Templar Ton« lave at Den ver, Col the Baltimore and Ohio It. H. will ■ell round trip ticket« at half rate«. Ticket« win be »old August &i to flth, mid will be valid for return journey until October 11th. Passenger« will have the option of rout© 8t Loui» or Chicago, at both of which eitle« Baltimore and Ohio Vestilmled Trains make eloeo connection for Denver. The round trip rate from Wilmington is ttf.lft. \ i.i Ml.75 To Atlantic City and Hack ll«>yal lllu© Line. Ticket» sold for all train» Saturday ami Sun day, July 3u and 81, good to return until Sun day or Monday. Coney Ihland Kxeitridoii August 1« with Industry I*odge No. î». A. O. U. W., will be just the thing- Tickets ÿ£.5U. via Keduced Price». T<* close out spring and summer «took I will mak* it up at «rost price. L. 11 mss. Tailor, No, 4 E. Third street. W it at a nice time you can have by going to Coney Island, on Thursday, August 1» with Industry l^dge No. 2,A.O,r.W. Ticket» fjgJM. irslon» to Atlantic City Saturdav and Sunday, July 3B and 81. via Royal Blue Line, only double track route to the«ea. Hound trip from Wilmington, $1.75. Tickets good to return Sunday or Monday. E' JAFAINtSt Xjf Q /fSASt f x ■V ■ IU h. ILE i I CS32i3USa Six CURE \s A Guaranteed Cure for Pile« of whatever kind or degree- External, internal. Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic. Recent or Heredi tary. Tbl» remedy has positively never been known to fail. $1JK>a box, »ix boxe» for $T»dft»: »enl by mail prepaid on receipt of price. A written Guarantee positively given to each flNBUrehaeer of « box«.*«, when purchased at one time, Ui refund the $&.*J0 paid if not cured. Guarantee issued by N. B. DANFOUTII, DrttggiM, rk»le Agent, Second and Market. VYUnuAgiocDel. Wl. B. SHARP Sc CO., Fourth and Market Sts. Hot Weather Inducements. All vye have left of twenty two thousand yards genuine Scotch Ginghams, regular 25 cent gooJs, are reduced to clean up nhc lot, to 10 cents per yard. All wc h ave left of a large lot of wool and cotton dress plaids. 36 inches wide, regular 25c goods, arc reduced to g cents per yard. About throe thousand Î land kerchicfs, colored borders, for Ladies and Children—we shall sell the lot in bundles of 8 for 25 cents. A lot of domestic Ginghams in small checks, plaids and fancies arc now 4J4 cents per yard. It will pay you to visit the remnant counter in our holstcry department where you will find remnants of Furni ture Covering, Furniture Lin ens, Madras, China Silks, Cre tonnes, figured and dotted Muslins, Scrim, Silk Drapery, Silk Fringes, Lambrequins, Chenilles and fancy Cheese Cloths, all at half-price. up All our Parasols in fancies and blacks are induced about one-third. All our Shirt Waists and Blouses go down with another reduction ; they must all he sold to end up the season Aon will find extraordinary gains here. :nir WM. B. SHARP & CO. Fourth ami Market Street». WE JUST CLOSE OUT From one of the largest clothing houses of New York their entire stock of Summer Coats and Yests, but we wi agree that it was rather late in the season to buy such goods, but wc got them so cheap that wc could not resist the temp tation to buy them. We can sell you a Flannel Coat and Vest made up in the best of style for 50 cents. You could not duplicate this coat and vest in any other store under $1.50. We also bought from the same house 500 pairs of J can everywhere for $1.00 sell them at 62 cents, sell a good Working Suit at $3.75 ; a better one at $4.50. We have a few very fine Light Weight Suits left, so to close them out you can have your pick out of them for $6.50. We have lots of other bar gains which would pay you to come and see. Our Children's Clothing has been a little slow this season, so to make them move we will sell them at such low prices that will astonish you. Working Pants—sell \\\ - Wc R. W. Wolters' S. W. Cor. 2d and Market Sts. WILMINGTON, DEL. % hlrüraicr» tnfllin n.iaur fl Ami EflflYROYPL PILLS OrigtficY mm* r > | r « • re. rHlo. «-■• « Uruj*.*» fur rki-knttr» A ~*r.U-\ rt.i Hrt -,.1 Itj and '. 4<i n . ta.1 Ue rv • '■'•»•4 Wiih L r hb*n. Tmkm H r*/u»e dmngt-tuM tuKMitu ! /.T« •*-•**4 At *• - * •»» »iwoii» hr Mrt.cular«:, I «.i- 1 . 0,1 la hi hILTl 1 ', br 10.00# Vamo _ . r**7TCkl ;h»*t<>rCh»Ml e« : Hu Bara »«I» *-UIXhi «Hiuuuiâ. A* rkllMl STICK A PIN iu YOUR MEMORY and DON'T FORGET That the values we offer you THIS WEEK Excel any previous bargain prices ever quoted in this city. We are determined to clear our stock of all Summer Foot wear, and if selling them "at a song" will move them, there'll be very few pairs left after our Odds and Ends Sale is over. Look over the prices we quote and if you can be fitted from them, it's an easy "two for one" value for you. Ladies' Oxford Ties. Broken lots of $1.50 Oxfords in plain and pat* nt. tipped, also u lot of odds and ends of $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 line Don golu Oxfords, your choice, 7»«*. 97c—Odds and ends of ladies' Oxford Ties, patent leather and kid. In black, tan and red colors, worth from $1.50 to $2, at 1>7<*. $1.19—A lot of kid Oxfords, common sense and opera loe, plain and .patent tipped, cloth top; worth $2.50; cut to $1.11». $1.30—Opera and common sense Oxford Tics, plain and patent tipped, Russian leather and red goat; worth $2.50 during this sale Hand sewed turned Oxfords, Paris kid and patent leathers, A toE widths, opera, common sense and Paris Toes, plain and tipped, worth $3, at $1 .G7. SPECIAL p We will direct your _ particular attention £ito our immense of C feeing at $1.98 at $1.98, nt $1.98— we lay before you Ant this figure such inelegant goods us L French Glazed Ox ford Ties, worth $3.50; French Kid Ox ford Ties, worth $4; French Patent Leather Oxford Ties, worth $1.50. Your selection at I $!.»». A large lot of Ladies' light-weight but ton shoes on our "odds and ends count er" to-day, worth $3; reduced to $i.uo. MEN'S SHOES. A rare treat, those thoroughly stylish $4 Patent Leather Shoes; also a large lot of odds and ends of tan mid Russia leather shoes worth from $3,50 to $4 re duced to $ 1 .os. Odds and ends of onr $4 tan and Russia leather lace and Bluchers; reduced to $'J.OO. CHILDREN'S WEAR. Onr odds and ends counter for child ren's goods is loaded with a lot of lace and button tan colored shoes worth $1.50. $1.75and $2; your choice $1.19; odds and ends of Children's black and tan Oxfords, worth $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, reduced to 89c; a lot of misses' tan shoes, worth $2, at $1.24. and many other bargains. Fuld s Shoe House, 226 MARKET STREET. Throe Doors Below Third Street. Store close nt 6 o'clock, except Tues day and Saturcay. We Publish To-day An instalment of Capt. Charles King's latest and best story of army life, - A Soldier's Secret. Love and fighting on the Western Frontier. Read it from the beginning. Begun July 26. Back numbers can he had at the Counting Room. A Big Reduction IN FURNITURE AND BABY CARRIAGES, To reduce stock. Solid Oak Bod Room Suits, 21x20, bevel glass, $14.50. Silk Plush Rockers, $1.98. Now is your time for Bargains. L. F. ADAIR, 415 Market Street, CHEAT BARGAINS IN ODD LOTS OB' Hosiery, Gloves, RiBBED UNDERWEAR AND CHILDREN'S SUN HATS, DURING TIIK MONTH OF JULY. Any of tli«* above good« will be »old without regard to cost. During JULY anil AUGUST wo close at 0 o'clock i). in. except Saturday, when we close at 10 o'clock p. in. S. H. STAATS 405 Market Street. WHAT YOU CAN BUY FOR 50 CENTS. NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Black with white »tripe». Light blue with white «tripe». Dark blue with white «tripe». Polka «lot cheviot«. Htrfped «lurk cheviot». Striped light cheviot». Striped domet flannel». Striped sateens. Stripe«! crepe. Our Fi ...uns Wie. White Shirts. Our Double Seat 5Uc. Drawers. SPKUÎA L. a( I-. . . mad«* Hose, tun« ami «late, at l#£ic. A reversible washable Four-in-hand at 10c, II for '~h\ A IVppcrcll Drawer at ÜTk'. A solid (ellulo)d Collar at 15«*., Cuff«, Me. Irish Lim n hemstitch •orth A f««t color, full regular A Night Shirt two for per pair. An Ilamlk'f, 1 WYATT & CO., Men'« Furnisher«, 603 MARKET STREET. Our LAUNDRY I« doing soin«* very flue work. Vou should try it. 1 and Cuff« m cent« each. Collar« •ME WM. B. SHARP & CO., MOURNING AMI BLACK FABRICS. Henrietta, ■enl Cloth, < lairet te, Kh nla Anil Satin I mil JVmi Sal in 4 < e§, ■ 11 lilt Y «r • Cloth, Ca»l Wiling, lirai* d'Alma, Courtlauld Crap«*«, G ruin N Luxor, Uiad/aiu ir. «.r The Best Black Goods to Buy. The Best Black Goods to Wear. The Best Assortment Here. Fourth ami Market Sts. BUSINESS MEN «m-r janS j Cl ft J > ; I : I rmtilTi P'RTTt.tjtj Will make no mistake In ordering their OFFICE OUTFITS Of the only local concern making a feature of furnishin and »hon» with In Wilmington g «ton-«, « »flirr« TOILET CABI Elegant NET r«»n»i»tlng of Towel Hack, Comb, Brush, Soap and A hiss, und 2 Towel» a week .... :i Towel» a week. 4 Towel« a werk . .enr. per month .7.V. jier month ..Sl.tNi per month We guarantee prompt and eflleient service. CITY STEAM LAUNDRY, SIXTH \>U SHll'LEY STKFKTS. Telephone Mf. 'Ill t 1 J] M ■ifId m U- * Iji f m t T] in îïlïïl Ci - . if ■; 4 [nw!m |»J PENNIES AND SMALL CHANGE CAN ItK H AD AT TIIK CUl'NTINQ BOOH UI THE EVENING JOIUX 4L OFFICE. A HARVEST FOR SHOE BUYERS. Merrily goes our Great Cut Price Sale of SUMMER FOOTWEAR, Never have we disposed of such an amount of goods in the same time as we have done since wo inaugurated this sale. At the pace this sale is progressing wo predict that it can't last much longer. Judicious buyers mast see the benefits we are giving them. Be amongst the many who will favor us with their patronage tomorrow and let us convince you of the fact that this is a money-saving investment for yon FOR TO-MORROW ONLY. All of our Ladies' Suede Oxfords in black, tan and gray, B, C and D widths; regular price, $3; cut price, $1.05. Ladies' genuine Russian Calf Oxford, all sizes; regular price, $3; cut price. $1 60. One lot of Ladies' finest hand made French Kid Oxfords, A, B, C.D.K widths; regular price. $3; cut price, $1 75. Ladies' Wine and Russet (ioatOxfords; regular price, $3; cut price, $1 25. Ladies' Russet Goat Button Boots ;ahout 05 pairs left; regular price, $3; cut price, *1 05. All of our Ladles' $2, $ black Dongola Oxfords go now at $1.25. Ladies' $1.25, $1.50 and $1,75 Oxfords, what's left of them, go now at 93c. Ladies' $2,50 Patent Leather Oxfords, just 00 pairs left, go now at $1.38. Ladies' "glove-fitting" hand-turned feather-weight Button Boots, all widths; regular price, $3.50, cut price, $2.10. All of our Ladies' custom made French Dongola hand-turned button; former prices, $4, $4.50 and $5; now $2.OS. At $1.70 your choice of our Ladies' $2.50 and $3 extra light-weight Dongola Button, 6 different styles, all widths. At $1.25 Ladies' flexible sole, soft Dou gola Button, especially adopted for hot weather, worth $2.25. Misses' Russian Leather and Russet Spring Heel Oxfords; regular price,$1,50; cut price, 95 cents. Misses' fine Dongola heeled and Spring heel Oxford; regular price, $1.40; cut price, 80 cents. Misses' and Children's Red Goat Ox fords, about 100 pairs iu all; regular price, $1.40; cut price 80c. Misses' Red Goat and Russet Goaf But ton Boots ; regular price, $2 ; cut price, $1.25. Men's $0 patent leather shoes. Men's $0 Kangaroo Shoes; cut price, $3.95. Men's $5 Kangaroo low Shoes; Men's patent leather low Shoes; cut price, $3.00. Men's $3.50 Kangaroo low and high cut Shoes; your choice now, $2.00. Msn's $4.50 fine Calf hand-sewed Ox fords, 2 styles of toes; choice, $2.85. Men's $2 V Calf and Dongola Oxfords; every pair warranted; now $1.10. and $3.50 G RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE, 209 MARKET STREET. ft' e a ft i; Vff sSSbwi. î VsT^dM iMy Stil pvrp* û fV 8 , : il IBS 4 '1 ,T. .9. k THE VICTOR CUSHION Is better than last year. If you don't want to risk a Pneumatic there is only one cushion you will look at—the Victor. VICTORS MAKE THE PACE, Have done so for years. You have only to try one to be convinced that it is the wheel you want. Second-hand Wheels. Repairing. Hiring. Sundries. tmV K //I McDaniel & Merrihew Cycle Co.. PIONEER CYCLIC HOUSE, 1011 Market St., Wilmington TIVOLI EXPORT BEER Has gained such a popularity amongst the public that it is to-day the American beer for excellence. F. A. P0TH BREWING CO •9 FOR SALE BY FOORO BOTTLING CO •» SIXTH AND ORANGE STREETS. DUCK Duck Pants ai the latest 2 well as the coo est things ou They are for fachtinj shore or evening, an price is $1.50. Old Sol is doing the talking necessary fo^H thin goods. Our say simply that our line is a^H complete - as any, and t Ira^^H we offer you a discounBii of 10 per cent, from ouH already low prices, cash sales. HS \ on can't find anythin^» cheaper than a hig lot <>■: coats and vests in tlu^B popular color — cream(Ri The price was $5, and now $3.50, We close at 6 p. m. ex ccpt Saturdays. PANTS a! I i JAMES T. MULLIN & SON 6th and Market, Wilmington. Tailors, Clothiers, ft SOLDIER'S SECRET' 11 In its revealing gives to Capt Charles King, U. S. A., s chance for a thrilling story o love and army life, and he im proves it to the utmost. At instalment appears in thitf issue. You should read id from the beginning. Begun July 26. 1 Back numbers can he had at the Counting Room. IT WILL PAY Intending purchasers of BICYCLES To call and see the stock of Pyle Cycle Co. 807 MARKET STREET. Quadrant, Phoenix, Moffat, Belmont, etc. etc.