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IN THE CITY SCHOOLS.
Pupils Who Were Re-exam ined, Passed Satisfactorily. RESOLU noua ABOUT mb. hebbebt HI» Forty Yean of Service In the Manage ment of the School! to Be Appropriately Remembered By the Hoard An Evening With the Work, of Poet Lowell. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. N«w Castle, Sept. 25—Board of Ed ncation met in Its rooms last evening with President Ferris In tbe chair Members present were: Messrs Fnzir, Deskyne. Ellsson and Manlove The Text Book Committee reported bioke purchased to the amount of $286 72 (Committee on School Property reported bill of William Deskyne for coal $47 50; aud Thomas Frazer sundries, $14.04 Orders for tbe shove bills were drawn, siso for salaries of teachers and janitors for month of September. The principal's report showed tbe number of scholars enrolled during tbe month as 554: tots) sttendiuce, 541; average attendance, 482 George Matthews, John Reynolds sud John Atkinson, having been re-examined by Professor Andrew, passed a very satisfactory examination. and were promoted to room No. 1. The matter of electing a successor to fill tbe vacancy canted by the death of William Herbert was postponed for one month William Deskyne, S A Stewart and J Manlove were appointed a committee to draft resolutions of respeettnpon the death of William Herbert, who was e member of the board since Its establish ment In 1875, and Interested In tbe management of tbe schools for thirty years before An Evening of Literary Brüllt, At tbe "evening with Jamei Rusieli 1. > web In tbe M. K Sunday School room last evening, his biography war given by one of tbe membars also several obolea poems were read as follows: "Tbe Heritage" recited by Miss Jodie Adams Th* "Vision of Sir I.auufai," read by Miss M Draper, "Rbaeons." read by V h Collins Mias Basale Wilson also re cited one of the eame authors fine poems It was learned thet Prefetsor Kaapp, formerly of tfaie city, bed attended th» funeral of the author about two years ago in Cambridge, Mass Some very Interesting facts In regard to hi» »rtuage were alloted, and those who did not attend lost an opportunity of spend lug a very pleasant and instruative evening Incidents of the Day. Past National Rsprsrsotatlye Georg» W Nautzs, of Eureka Council, No 1, cime over from Wilmington las; avening nud Installed tbe junior past councilor of the New Oastls lodge, John H. Hess. A driving-bslt broke at the New Oastls Woolen Mills yesterday and mauy of tbs employs had all day to rest from 8 3J In the morning. Manager Hofmann la thinking of taking th* C. A. 0. football team to Dover to play daring fair week, probably on Sat ui day. Tbe new steam yacht Anita, from Baltimore via Delaware City for New York, reached tbe Delaware Breakwater yesterday afternoon wltb ber machiner) deranged She will proceed to day Farnharat cemetery repairs bars begun In earnest and yesterday a carload ol alaba arrived at tbe place ready lo be eel up House oa Fifth St. fur rent. Mrs. Hewlett Hazleton having failed to agree to Manager Huabebsca'a terms, next Satur day's gam* of baseball will probably be played with the Crescent, of Pulladel phla, winners of th* city championship Tbe Crescent is one of the C. A. C 'a "Jonah" teams. Mrs. Alexander ProudtU and Miss Proudfit left for Springfield, O., yeeter day. Mis) Annla Wright, who recently returned from Chester, Wilmington last night to attend a dance at the Brownson Library. went to What We Want. Ws want the name 'and address ol every parson who desires to build a oozy aud taatafal home—over on tbs North Bids. If the plan of your house Is attrac live we'll make you an offer tbat will te hatd for you to resist. If yon need funds to help you build ws can furnish any reasonable amount. For plots of lota, pilose end terms ses William £. Hawkins, Manager, 712 Mar kst street, Wilmington, Del. Bishop Coleman the Orator, The semi centennial anniversary celebration of tba oonresratloa of the Protestant Eplseopal Church nf the Nativity, Eleventh and Mount Vernon street«, Philadelphia, was closed last night by an anniversary sermon preached by Bishop Leighton Coleman viewed tbe history of tbe church during Ita fifty years of progress, and the greet changes that have taken place In the Epiaeopal Church In this country during the last half century. The celebration was largely attended He re Quick Lunch At Beckett's, Noe. 6 and 8 West Sixth s treat. A Blow and lie Iteault*. Mary Morne and Josephine Harris, two maids of dasky hue. entered Into an argument a few nights ago, ou Ta '.nail ■treat above Eighth and worle were followed by blows. Msry claimed tbat Josephine was the aggressor aud sued bar before Magistrate Kelley last night. Tbe evidence was too stroog for Jose phlne to successfully combat and she was obliged to pay 50 cents and costs Now she threatens to get even by & counter-suit Rich Red Blood Is the Foundation of tbe Wonderful Cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. That Is Why the cures by Hood's Sar- saparilla are Cubes. -' That is Why Hood'» Sarsaparilla cures the severest cases of Scrofula, Salt Rheum and other blood diaeascs. That Is Why tbe sales of Hood's Sar- saparilla have increased year after year, until it now requires lor Its production the largest Laboratory in the world. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is vße only True Blood Purifier promi- nently In the public eye today, fl ; 8 tor $5. easy to bay, eas y to take, Hood's Pills easy In effect. 2Sc. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking! Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE September Is a splendid month in which to visit tbe Yellowstone Park. Shut np your honte end take your wife and family to tbe Park Have the greatest outing you ever will have. Two weeks In that mountain region with such scenery will do more to re-lnvlgorate you than anything elee you can do. Bead Charles H. Fee, general passenger agent of tbe Northern Pacific railroad, 8t. Paul, Minn , six cents for their Illustrated tourist book. AMUSEMENTS. Grand Oners House. Edgar Saltns has written that In fiction "it Is tbe shudder that counts " It Is tbe shudder that counts ia s drama also, even mure then in fiction. Mr. Saltus' remark was la Hue with his observation that Balzac, In "Le Grand Bretic'ie," bis added a new shudder to Gallon. Tbe in cident by which in this story BUzio pro duces the new shudder Is similar to tbat presented in Edgar Allen Poe's story of "The Cask of Amontillado.'' A situation of tbe same kind la presentid for tbe first time on tbe stage In tbe Isst set of R N. Stephens' new drama of New York night life, "Tbs While Rat," which is superbly produced by Msnsgtrs Davit aud Keogh,and Is to be seen at tbe Grand Opera House on next Ftl lav night, Messrs. VVageubsls aud Kemper, Louis James's managers, bsve.giveu Ihtir star such eurrouudlugs as have rarely If ever been seen before oa oar native stage. They have spared no money in equipping him with the finest scenery and costumes in ' Othello" that could be procured and farther enhanced his productions by ■applying him with every accessory ol even tbe must trill mg description to enhance tbe besuty of the stage pictures In tbe selection of tbe stage nsrspherualis the greatest care has been taken to prêter vs historic accuracy In every detail. The scalier portrayed are faithful as far as they could posai >ly bs ascertained, aud tbe arms, heraldic device«, hauliers, accoutrements, are the result of months of study end tbe work of the moat skillful laboratories of America, England and France Tbe scenery is all by Bushier aud Linpbear aud the coetamis by Herrmann James will be rein *at the Grand Op:rs Haase next Saturday evening The B'Jan. The let np from tbe exceedingly hot weather whloh has marked the past week was highly appreciated. etp.clilly by the theatre-lovers, and very m my of them took advantage of tbs nleasaat evening and attended the seernd performaaos of "The Midnight Speslal " The Bijan was fairly well filled and tbat tbe entertain ment was heartily appreciated was shown by tbe eppiease accorded tbs hero and here toes and all tbe good pople, aud tbe storm of hisses with which the vllllaas were greeted. Tbe entire company w*e farced to appear before tbe curtain at the doss of each act This evening "The Midnight Special" will leave on time, and all who et joy a really exciting, realistic aud interesting melo drama should bs on baud to wltuees its departure. "All the Comforts of Home," Wil liam Gillette's most laughable comedy which will be seen at the B^oa, Monday, is pronounced by compilent judges to be tbe very best work of th* author of "The Private Secretary," aud the more recent saeo*sa, >, Too Mach John sou." Far the reason that It has no star pert and requires a large and expansive company it uas never been played much outside of New York, but the present production Is s faithful one aud includes members of tbe original oast when tbe piece enjoyed a run of over 400 nights ia New Y-rk oily The scenery, witch is carried entire by tbe present company, and all the equipments are now, aud money has not been spared In making this one of the notable dramatic events of tbe season. Mr next Has Given Pleasure lo Millions, Daring the last ten or a dozen years millions of people have been delighted and Instructed by witnessing tbs wonder ful exhibition of wild Weat life given under the directlou of Cal. Wm. F. Cody and Nat* Balslury 0*1 Cody Is bstter known as "Bif Dp (ff V e falo Bill," a name tha' ♦ r r\tad& * now * household V word throughout Christsndom. "Buffalo Bill'' represents In propria persona tbe romance and reality alike of tha troublous times of pioneer days when tue borders of civilization surely. bnt cultlsa and dangers extended weitward. Tb« Wild West has been exhibited throughout Europe, was In Chicago during the World's Fair In 1893 aud entertained tremendous audiences for many mouths In New York last year For th* present season It has bssn enlarged end augmented, aud wltb Cody and Nate Halsburj la now associated Mr. James A. Bailey, who is at tbe bead of Barnum'a great enterprises. It is impossible to go luto detail and describe all the features of this remaikabi* entertainment. la ad dition to a reproduction of life In tbe wild West, U comprises a comprehensive congregation of tbe finest, most daring horsemen in tbe wide world, Including those from several of the most powerful Indian tr bes, Cowboys, Mexican Va queres, South American Goaohoa, Bedouin Arabs, mounted battalions representing five of tbe great armies of the world, a troop of United States Cavalry, detach meuts of Royal Irish Lsucers, German Uhlans, French Cuirassiers, Kassian Dragoons, which will afford an object lesson to every military man In America Tbe exhibition will be given lu an enormous arena with a covered grand stand having a seating capacity of 20 0011 persons, who will be assured perfect protection from sun or rain. At night it will be lighted by the largest portable doable] electric plant la ths world, exceeding 250,000 candle power. In tbe morning there will be a free street cavalcade with detachments from every division, enlivened with three bands of music, including tbe famous Buffalo Bill's Cowboy Baud it;ia hardly ntretsary to say .that this re markable eutertalument, which combines so much of Instruction with entertain ment of the most unique character, merits a moat liberal patronage. Buffalo Bill will appear at every performance The Wild West exhibition will being slowly, dlffi were und<ir enormous Colonel appear bete on next Saturday, September 28, afternoon and evening another FLUKE. The Half Hater« Failed to FlnUIi nnd the Hare la Declared Off. In Time, Ovstkii Hay, !.. L. Sept. 25.—The sec ond rnco In the series of the liest three out of live between Hpruoe IV end Ktholwjrnn for the Perpet ual challenge cup offered by the Hoawauhnka Corlnthinn Yacht eluh wns u linke. The event ended, as did Sat urday's, by the race being railed off. The outlook from a wind that preceded by an hour or two the time of start wns very poor, nnd even when the boats got away on the first leg of the triangular course it was doubtful if they would be able to finish the race within the limited time of five hours. The course was sailed twice over. On the leeward work of the first leg Kthol wynn outsailed the Uritisli yacht and turned the mark 1 minute 11 seconds ahead. The second leg was a long reach, and liero again the American Is wit showed her superiority, for when the second mark was turned she had increased lier lead by 4t( seconds. Now began the lient to the starling point, and here the Britisher outsailed the Yankee on every point. Hy taking- ad vantage of every hit of air that was stir ring and lulling up Into the wind continu ally Skipper Brand was aide not only to diminish the lend of the Yankee, hut ac tually to pass her. Hpnioo kept gaining on this leg, and turned for the third leg, amid the screeching of whistles, T min utes and 2 seconds ahead of the cup de fender. The fourth leg of the course was a rope titiou'of the one first sailed, with the ex ception that Hpruoe was lending this time. As the bouts neared the turn it plainly appeared that Spruce had increased her lead. On the reach from the fourth turn to tile fifth Ktiielwynn decreased tbe dis tance t>etween herself and her lender, turning the mark hut 5 minutes 13 sec onds behind, The bouts had almost an hour to run the Inst leg. hut ns the wind began to die out it was seen that thorn eould be little chiinco of finishing within the required limit. On the ben* homo the yachts met with several difficulties In the shape of In terference from other bouts. In the first place, the sound steamer Richard Pock stenmod directly between the contestants, und her swell aided Hpruoe, but retarded Kthelwynu. Hardly had the Peck got out of the way when a big throe masted schooner, tiro Bello Hnllnday of Boston, Captain Fisher, sailing before the wind, made It necessary for Spruce to double on her tnok. Before coming about the Brit isher was nlHiut three-quarters of a mile ahead, hut this action put iter hack fully a quarter of a mile. Kthelwynu began to pick up at this time and was constantly nearing Spruce when the time limit laid expired, and the race was declared off. lloiilng For a Defcnder-Valkyrlo Iluoe. London, Kept. 25.—Tho Sportsman says: "There is reason to believe that a race will be arranged between Valkyrio HI and Defender for tho 411,000 offered by Laycook, Goodfellow A? Beil, the bank ers. Yesterday Mr. Laycook received the following by cable; 'At present cannot answer definitely. Illg Storage Warehouse Horned. Nkw York, Sept. 25.—The big six story brick storage warehouse of A. B. Yet ter at 305 nnd 307 East Sixty-first street was burned down, nnd many families who livud In the huge douille docker tenements that adjoined it on either side were ren dered homeless. 1-kun.' " Tho Deep Waterways Convention, Cleveland, Sept. 36. —Tho delegates to the first animal convention of the Deep Waterways associai Ion, whieli assembled hero for a three days' session, constitute a representative body. The object is to open a deep waterway from the great lakes to the sea. Tlioutaand* of Ton» *»f Coal llurnrcU PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 25. —The tilg coal sheds of the Twenty-fifth Ward gas works at Delaware avenue and Tioga street, was destroyed by lire, together with thou sands of tons of coal, entailing a loss of 130,090. _ China ItrfiiH«'» m British Brnifftml. Shanghai, Sept. 23.—It I« reported here that China has rejected the British demand for the Itaulshrncnt of the ox vlcoroy of Szecbuon. Goir at Tuxedo. New York, Sept. 25.—Tho W. Fulton Cutting silver cup was won at Tuxedo hy tho St. Andrew's golf team. The game was most exciting. The Duke of MarUioruuirh*. Trip. Toronto, Sept. 25.—The Duke of Marl borough was driven to the places of intur est about the city. Hu left In a private cur for Montreal. TIDBITS OF NEWS. Fred Ulego was accidentally shot and killed by Kotiert Scbondaubo in Chicago. The pope ia aald to Intend protesting to the ezur against the treatment of Homan (tatholle« in Russia. Altoona, Pa., is on the verge of a water famine, there being at present hut eight feet of water in the reservoir. It is rc|Kirted that the town ouuneil of .avingou bus voted to restore the old pal ace of tho popes at a cost of over 80,000 francs. m ■. m « w. ö Irçfcrçt Health SENT FREP* & S it b a n.ttfr of vj't importance to mothers. ?w The mtnuuctur. r, of the GAIL HOKUKN # t-t eagle grand CONDENSED MILK jb 0 l-tur . I.mphlet. entitled IN KANT HKAI TH. ' ib Hi »'ni-h»hn<iMb.inrvrry home. Addrn. Nf.W s'* VOR K CONDENSED MILK CO., ;i H id*on £ Streit, New York. Uellef In Dix Hoars. Distressing kidney and bladder diseases re- lieved lu six hours by the "New Great South American Kidney Cure." Ihlg now remedy >• a areal surprise tn account of 1U exceeding prompturas In rellevimt pain In Hie bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinary paeeap-s In male or female, it relieves reten lionet water and pain m pasniLi, It aliuest •mine«lately. It /ou want quick relief andoaie this Is your remedy, -eld by J. 8. Beetem ami A Janie« belL druggists, Wilmington, U*L THE JURY WAS AT SEA. Could Not Decide ou lb* Chuns of Alien Lnle'N lti*nlh Thx Coroner Advance» u Theory, Thbnton Sept. 25.—Coroner Biwers yesterday belo an request at Princeton on the death of Allan Dale, the civil engineer of tbe Pennsylvania Railroad, whose body was found la tbe canal at Princeton basin last week A verdict was rendered that Dale came to bis death from causes unknown to tbe jury . There was testimony to show tbat Dale was seen the night before in Princeton, having a gold watch and chain aud a package of private papers. These were n»t found on the body aud word was received that they had not been discovered lu Reading, as had been alleged. County Physician Cantwell testified that the autopsy showed a diseased heart Coroner,Bowers advances tbe theory that Dale was attacked and robbed; tbat he died from heart failure euperindnoert by tbe attack, and that his body was aftarw.irds thrown luto the canal by be Beckett'« lUitaarant, Nos. 6 and 8 West Sixth street. Yellawatone Park Geysers. AdvlcoH jnat received ar. the Northern Pacific offices from Mr. W P. Howe, in charge of the lunch station at the Upper Geyser Basin, stats that the. geyters are playing netter than over. They are much finer than last year. The Giant.one of the finest in the Park, plays to a height of about 250 feet List year its *ru|ti>as took place once in about five uaye and continued for DO minutes This year it Is playing more frequently. Mr Howo Is regularly noting tbe temperature of tbe Giactsqs, another of the large geysers. It is also plsylng freqnnntly and Its tem perature at time of playing ranges from 193 to 198 degrees Fahrenheit For six cents sent to Chsr.es 8. Feo, general passenger agent Northern Pacific rail road, St Paul. Minn , you will receive a floe tourist book tbatnontsins. MITCHELL i BASH, 219 MARKET STREET. * Fall Opening, '95. Wilmington, Del., September 25, 1895. OUR ANNUAL FALL DISPLAY fiik'v OF FINTE V k winery, V Coats, ■ Wraps Sf| AND Id : - in The magnificence of variety, the harmony of colors and the quantity upon quantity of this Magnificent Array, go to make our GRAN D OPENING the finest ever in the State on To-day and Thursday, September 25 and 26. The display will be grander and more gorgeous than ever before. There are 300 of the prettiest hats of our own work room creations, A cordial invitation extended to all. Our store will be open in the evening during opening days. Store will be* closed all day Saturday, and opened at 0 o'clock p. in. MITCHELL & BASH, | 219 MARKET STREET. A Handsome Souvenir Presented to Each Customer. 'j > MANAGER. ERSONS returning from the seashore end country will do well to call and see the rooms, en suite or single, at the CLAYTON HOUSE before making engagements for board elsewhere Families will find the CLAYTON HOUSE a superior place to live, »II looms being steem bested, with good service P throughout. Tbe management of t ho CLAYTON HOUSE will be pleated at any time to show persons through the rooms Thanking the people of Wilmington for pzst patronage and prom Ding to merit a continuance «f the same In the future, by strie*, atten- tion to the wants of gasats, I am Bespecttnlll), JAMES L. WILLIS, Maiiitger. •Jealous? Mar Result In Marder. Salem, Sept. 25 —Jemes Cbeney, col ored, wee placed In the Salem county jail last night for baaing shot Matthew Mitchell, colored, at the camp meeting in ClaysvUle. The two men bad been jealous f >r some time over a woman named Jobbcon On Saturday e.ening last Mitchell, accompanied b i Mrs Johnson, visited Washington Paik, where they remained un til Sunday evening, and then took a train for this city. After arriving here they proceeded to Claysvllle to attend the camp meeting, where they met Cheney. Tbe latter want op to Mrs Johnson and knocked her down Mitchell then strung Cheney on tbe head with a club. The latter immediately drew a revolver and shot Mitchell, the ball striking him in the abdomen. Cbeney gave himself up- to the city authotitlee. Mitchell was taken to tbe Cooper Hoepltal, Camden A M Bailey,a well known ciCzrn of Fu gene, Oregon, says his wife has for years been troubled with chronic dfarrlw i and usad mauv remedies with little relief until »he tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy wh cb has cared her sound and well Qlvi it i trial aud you will be surprised at the reuef It • (fords. 25 and 01) cent bottles for sale by Z James Belt, druggist, corner Sixth aud Market Sts. ITEMS OF IN ERE8T. She—"Why do you 110k so unhappy, George? i't you know that we »re one now?" rge—"Yes. darling, I know that; but king from lbs hotel bill I've just had handed to me. the manager doesn't seem lo think so."—Tld-H'ts. Dm JbK And someone who has It Is the Everywhere we go been cured hy Hood's Harsaparllla. greatest curative agent. It is the one great blood purifier and n• rvo tonic. 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Largest Clothiers and Furnishers in the World, MARKET AND SEVENTH STS WILMINGTON. •> E « » HÎ?». ed&lMi WILMINGTON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 28. THE GREAT STORY OF THE RED ROVER AND HIS PRIMITIVE KIND IS TOLD IN 1,000 ANIMATED LIVING- PICTURES. IN THE DELIGHTFULLY THRILLING AND SAVAGE Representation of the New, Enlarged, Greater BUFFALO SELL'S WILD WEST And Congress of Rough Riders of the World. A TOUR OF BORDER - LANDS BROUGHT HOME WHERE ONE LIVES FOB I1IREE HOOKS IN The Wild Spirit of the Wild World The Earth's Noted Horsemen, the Globe's Confirmed Nimrods, led by the inter esting Aborigine of cur Continent, The North American Indian 1 ; vö* V j5«n 4 1 2-^ >] .. Ai •kVNjsSSK r V* ' vH j 5 my. L .Jif /rjj' f \ y a j /; -/ At 7 «w. i V V Vj m ■s V W £ eV' Cowboys fvn = ftidinj \Vîld , vVßuciyqq Mvs1ai)q n JOHNNY BAKER, MISS ANNIE OAKLEY. Tae Skilled Shooting Expert. 25 Bedouin Arabs, 20 Russian Cossacks of theCaucaaus, Detachment of U. S Cavalry, Royal Irish English Lancers, French Chasseurs, German Cuirassiers, Petit Corps D'Armee. The Peerless Lady Wing Shot. 100 Indian Warriors, Ogallaila, Brute. Uncapappa. 8ioux, Chey enne, and Arapahoe Trloes. 50 American Cowboys, 30 Mexican Vaqueroa and Kuralies, 30 South American Gauchos, 60 Western Frontiersmen, Marks men, etc. THE LAST OF THE BUFFALO! ONLY HERD ON EXHIBITION! Oa tbe first day of arrival there will be given A FREE STREET CALALCADE At 9 a. m by!« detailed Datacbment from each Division, livened by Three Magnificent Bands of Music, led by the Famed, World-traveled The March will b» en BUFFALO BILL'S COWBOY BAND At night, a Brilliant Electric Display by tbe Luges', Portable Double Electric Plant of 250,000 Oandle Power yet constructed for any similar purpose. TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY, RAIN OR SHINE Every Afteruoou at 2 o'clock Every night at So'olook. Doors open one hour earlier* General Admission, HO Cento. Children under «years, 25 Cents. Seats sold on dsy of exhibition at Rabeleu's Music Store, 710 Market Street. WALTER H. PODESTA, -i EYE SPECIALIST,^rQUEEN & CO NOW OF - / Valter H Podesta S Co., Optlc&l Specialists, Pblla., f 1 Will be In WILMINGTON, UKL., as asnal, every FRIDAY, In I the olUc* of MH. WM. J. F18HK11, No. 809 MAKKKT / 8THKKT, so long occupied by him. Appreciating the kindly favors of patronage he hoe received from the best citizens ol Wilmington, he respectfully invitee all those troubled with Headache, or whose eyes are car Mug discomfort In any way to coli on htm »ml re,etve FKKB the sdvtee bis knowledge long experience warrant him In giving. ttJCMEMBKti, CHAKGK (or ex* mining vont eyes. KsUstactlon luvailably guaranteed. )) f / *\, Csv % sad \ NO