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Tbe Republican Printing and Publishing Co. PUBLISHED DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY S. E. COR. THIRD AND KINO STREETS Entered at the Post office at Wilmington ^ Del, as second class mail matter. | _ V Saturday, august 23, JP ■ > It has begun to crop out slowly but surely that common primaries nWhe Republican party may not take place in New Castle Comity. No time Inis as yet been fixed -or has there been any effort made when they shall take place. From wlmt can he learned there is little likli hood of common primaries being held in this county. Tho last straw to break the Camel's back was the announcement in the Sun that Wil liam Michael Byrne would be nam ed by the Union Republicans for Congressman. This is something the Regular Republicans would nev er tbiuk'i.f excepting unit if ati ex tra session of tbe Legislature is not called and two United States Sena tors elected there will not be com mon primaries held this year in New Castle County. We had heard of this state of affairs in the Repub lican party in New Castle in tlie last twenty-four liojirs auu at first would not give it credence but af ter making careful inquiry pniong prominentmetn hers of both factious of the Republican parly we were convinced that tlie rumor was some thing more than a rumor. The fact that common primaries wool 1 not prevail in Kent and Sussex bounties bus led up to the stun 1 which has been taken in Now Cas tle County. It moans a fight to tile finish with tlnxmost tit to s or tbe Democrats to r the prizes. There are numerous county fleas at stake, especially pu X Castle County which if tli: Repub lican party came together tho filling of every due of these of fices with a Republican official, in Kent and Sussex couaties all eitithu same state of affairs. Union Republicans of Kent count are sanguine that they c^p botli tbe Regula'-s anil lie combined unit tbe manner in wiii-'l they have entered into lire cam paignshows that they fe-ffc.niii lent of success. In New Cast In i one of the most severe tight be witnessed at Hie coming on- 'iron that has ever before Delaware v •viva ot!: with v Mill , ' ts I i v ill The whole malter in a nut s;)t-'ll • that there must be a <• between the two faction tfill be inaugurate.! one of the worst factional fights ever before wiltmss ed in Delaware so our iufonnaut - predicts. We have be m R epublicans . - . ,n ""' I L' one of thoso 'ho did not want to Bee any inure lighting of one publican against another. That kind of a policy is suicidal stud harmful to Republican s No man can be read out of the par ty or his vote refused in support of the party if ho has been prtjpnrly qualified to vote, light for the control of the Federal patronage would this lime be fought to a finish between the two Helmb lican factious. That is the Strikes us at the present writing. if the Dem ocrats who in** fearfully disorgan ized tli is vet Delaware. It looks as if tin? vay it It remains to I ■ill put any kind ot a fight or cans tight it a Democratic vote thus far lias be lighter than it has been for which shows that it dll let tin* Republi g themselves. Tho "tl differ when the political ion of tho state eh: it was hard to get Riqmhlicuu ters to g it is hard to get the I bin take any interest in let alone the elections. ere no mu] g»*A. Years Ueroi Now oi-i'.irs tin* i E\ i'i(v man has E\ i'i(v man has a perfect right t<> operate iiis property or plant as ho sees fit But he should s operate .payees :s to keep provide luselvcs it that it would enable 1 1,.-m to earn sufficient body i a place of .shelter fur tin* and those depending on thei their dailv bread. jet he! 11 TIuto \h no Son why at tbe pri is sold at the mi uh& that the mi should ■hich <"on 1 ers ot brtUT tlia that wliicli tin In > boon ro is extremely ] ; t l the miners are contending Ur their very oxistanee in the bitter fight wbn ii lias been going on Ur over eight, reiving. borious and Wee King Alio.v intends to • lias shown t hat bo do pretty much ns ]j«> pleases while Ins p'enihar have set the people to talking ; wondering if the King is sum Majesty has disregarded all the pro posals of Ins counsellors that In* act ions 1 h. His y a European Prim* UK rim youthful king says tli it lie intends to marry the daughter ot 8ou*h Ameriej some capitalist for the three fold purpose of mend ing the shattered state of finances. He has also declared that In* into solve the Grand Order of the An nunciate. the oldest .w.Ur in spam, und suhstit ttiug for it th i ic*\v or der of Alfonso, the Thirteenth For a young King lie is mak interesting for the tn en! Court, whom lie bosses an K> many laeies. Is to dis >!' th PhksiukntR uowv.'lt will uml..,. Ensfcni tour taking m about fiMs towns, visiting six States. •nty live spot und address some ao'ooo people, started Friday and will be gone lif teen days, j He He will Inuko about s traveling 1.500 mill's. Tho Prlwiiteut, l"fl Oyster linj ! aboard tho Sylph at. !l 1 ,' vcHtorday ' (Doming. His first reooption took [ flare nt Hartford, roiiu, lust | 4ik. and addressed a urge tin ruber j of persons in tho evening ai tie; Coloseuin, holding batw.**,) :j.iin ftod 4,000 peopl * •ros most royally rjciivel by tl ^opuJat'P. The Ad.ims Express Company's tffide Will hi removed from Its pre§ Int location to No. 500 Market street . The Democratic members of City j Council, or at least some of them object to letting anything get away that they do not get a slice of or a whack at. They were inclined to be so mam that they did not intend to pay Philip L. Garrett, Assistant Cify Solicitor his salary ever siuco City Council elected him to fill the duties of that office. City Council has already cheated him out of $ti00 back salary during tho contention to who had the right to appoint Assistant City .Solicitor. Garrett performed the duties of the office and should have every dollar coming to him. Co. announce made that James 1C. Jester, one ot the ftetims of tbe puip mill explosion, had been con- el| verted on Sunday night last, and had resolved to allay himself with . the church. This statement was made by a 111 Mr. Massey, who was present. He said lie had remained with Mr. dealer praying anti exhorting until 11 o'clock Sunday night, and was rewarded by Mr. Jaaler professing is Christianity ana declaring that lie the s largely attended, many persons who had tented in | tlse grove at Brandywine Summit, i aud scores of Iheir friends being j v present. The gathering near y \ tilled the lectore room of the chu rcli. 11 The Kev. Dr. VV. L. S. Murray J | presided, and Mrs. Thomas He as au > ST. PAUL'S RALLY. During the Brandywine Summit camp meeting rallv in St. Paul's M. E. Church last night, Aic nt was 'as camp chorister and capacity, A feature ol tlie meeting was ifle i singing o! the favorite camp livmns ; hick from tlie book "Gratelul Praises. "! and ! Miss May Willing of Uus city, sang is>1 solos, and a qu.iftetle comnuaed of j the linkin', Nettie Benson and ' 1 1 had experienced a change of heart. The raliv •ho organist, acted in that M Jordon, of G v-enc mrt, the Misses Marion I, Madeline Kdith Whitehead, camp, contributed ,- l Belong to the j tho evening. Dels- i tit g at j ho' s. I King" during are Avenue choir •as preseu 0 and to anthems. Presiding lOlder Hebert T. Uammond of K wood Utiurcli, James C William II. Koulk, L. W. Jordan, George \V. Todd, Mrs. I odd, Mrs | icily Watt, leg Morrow, r th: board seal tees, referred to the success .work 1 1 1 M. K. I ;e VV. Booker, i biiit\ Samuel II. ! as camp, i The r Perry 1 'J spoke ol ttic last . ami declared that it. bad booi I ol the _;)ton Dr. \ betit lbey had Uuown. cnliLism ake. ami Pastor Hammond ■ sin Watt aid lie had i. i oUe il'. il Si I'resident Ha v nurd of Tr of the that Kva Philadc pni.u, and a d ol Sal- large h vuiiou Army workers, the services next year tlui i!i assist v. , t' 111:1,1 ; Imvn nble 'i'ruiitN ( oflLJe. Aug KANSAS (TI V, A pnsspngrrs 11 :111 crowded vith s small "l rn PmI fre the <•( iu Huirgr iii ilu* top of tin* Ninth stre. t ! im lim* and. (lushing down : ;i If'rrilic : •uin standing ;ii 1 spued, crushed into n tc 1 s : the the hot tel . W. li. Taylor, grlpm; the desechding ear •ns killed ly. and ; ro or i to bruised, but te wore quickly ta I:»»! friends the their 1 the injured flie extent of their injuries are 'it. The train at th • bottom 11,1 1 it 1 h ; ' :,s i . " Uu ' ,ul,,( ' n<l , voUon A *' 1 11 ,ll, ' ' ness i lu'iii^ pri'pmvd for tin .'turn trip, but j no t switched to tin* second | p r , Iml li fhirk. vhei tr.-iin. lie- ^ a yond control, ennu the i.ss ' cause nine pn efforts narrow escapes from fir both iltll. any had i| 1L . | impr ! sclic Aurlrtrnf on ] Fnpllw!) IIimu'Ii. | ! A I,arrowing hoi- j !l Aurlrtrnf on ] I.ONDON. Aug. 2 Iday tragedy has occi Fnpllw!) IIimu'Ii. igh. ehildre sands tide and dr who were sitting a ticed the danger who were the cut off by die inflowing in d fief . re l heir mot hers. 1 the beach, had The kIiojv ro t ii tragedy lilable. and others others if 111! childrei tempts a Hindi child a futile nttenipl xest to save the e by Hole) i : it up iu Iiis • • who attempted to rescui the ehlUIrr drowning. bo ]j«> In* v escapes fre I'rtiRMla!) Winlxti liLKI.IN, Aug. Zciiung says G of War IlcNiuiiK. b 'l'lie Staakburgei Uossler. 1 I'n ijnister of bis post. He was appointed Aug. I I. 1M Mi. The NiimIivI TIHEST. Austria. Aug. The •s gtiiff Brindisi Auj; 20 , has arrived here. United 8fa No si) v i 1H*. from Wentlier I'rohuhllifle» Fair; frerl; north CONDENSED DISPATCHES. a Land n Rhodes h South Africa left hy the f*> nas I.jpti vith auloriiobile aeri vas hurt. Thy Butler washery and Dodge col lier.v near Wilkes bane, which havej)«>a! j been operating. Were closed by stnk ns * 1 ' Mayor Knight of Buffalo suggested j memorial services for McKinley local churches on the lira i of bis death. Sunday. Kept. 14. all ! ' [ | I i ou ONI'.Y LOANED j :: i it moi:.- T ■ JJAWIvlNiS & IL, ri-rf Sl'ii K XtCUK.i.S paid l ull s ] a *• u^'lit, II l !•*' I(.illg •• r |M*ii iug promptly attuudud to CoNaN Hi.', > T . City j them away or a to be to Cify City the Council $ti00 Garrett office coming THE REMOVAL OF COLLEGE. Times and colleges have changed. Time was when the education peeled from and offered by the col leges was chiefly Greek, ten in and Mathematics with a. little English thrown in. The student, were chief ly sons iff gentlemen of means' and leisure who were themselves to follow in the loot steps of tfieir sires. Under such conditions Delaware College at, Newark had its day of prosperity. The war changed tilings and brought in tlie beginnings of tbe strenuous li/e, and Delaware College went down and was closed tor years. The gen ernl government offer for agricultu ral education opened it and an extra offer nas made by tbeguneral govern ment, chiefly for agriculture, and the mei:l| anic aris, that two went to the 1C. old collo S e - And nowf alter thirty tbe veiUS trial in agriculture and the me con- el| a"ic arts, it is evident that tho up and parents and the up to date with . v,n| tb tend to shun the college. They know that the vigorous present de a 111 'U ids' the larger Insight, into and j He touch ot 1 i,fe to he found best in the , Mr. birge institutions, or al least in the until culle ffe in a large place. They know was fibat the standard of tho smallcollege is a l !t to be low, that the poorly pre lie Pkred go to the small rather than to the large college. Tbe rush of numlwrs raises the in | standard in a Helf-rwsjiecting institn i tion. Our largest iiiHtltutiou, Mar being j v «rd, is also our highest in itsstaud y \ of admission. Can Delaware rcli. 11 ollege materially raise its standard J this full when tbe Christo elation cam ex as au Summit M. is As be fact is Assn I for students now to and knows of but twelve candidates for ?' ,n .admissionj.though it knew of forty J" ifle i candidates jnsl one year since. Tbe, ; hick of equipment, mid of reinforce-' l "! meufc tiy equipment through loca- to r and ! tion, in u small and financially poor sang is>1 lege causes it to bo passed by for w of j the larger and richer institutions. Delaware Colli-e has on awricult and ' urfriMiqiiirtmt-iit. but il is without a fmth •clianical and elec- I ?" mis but it is removed I *'' ilic iiiecbauical and udci-trical j , . . ! ; lcHs is „ 0 t of neves- I | he it is ... its ido ! •>.'■ the j tricjil depar i tit at j fjirm : it li •Clift'l ol f lit ; Stilt * 1 and and it, is hard to find any dej art | tlie col wiiich its present location sp;*c- ! icily favors. mt leg 'J'n y great nt ss fc., •ontrol of the Athletic ! la rger* Col- i noe( •" iiiey found I , h " •Vn l the larger • B11,uls ,ffal.lv j„|, lls Hojikina tliera seal men to us' to h.-ln us in the .work of tho Christian tesoihriun I 1 1 1 *- ■ ' m a j 11 1 e. took t Wild quel' | I i biiit\ ' 'obligi'. II. ! as well us the bad see! i The V<ui i'he good the lar ; Men's ( lin.-tiau Ass, _;)ton mill i ho Dr. \ Ass*,i:t!n ; u found our •h.ll's hot oUe !Delaware ('* Sal- large town or Dirndl tlui bail nitlit'i lhaii tlm m K nl. It i v. roLig to assume that the plane of living aim >ii ^ tliose that college , stmlimti-i will lx* tbcinvn with is 111:1,1 ; Imvn- in ,i town tilt city and peach in a s small one "l Ins aii towns loafing especially in j , and the vices that c n t ! from | : loafing are the bane of , and the vices that c n from | : loafing are the ;ii 1 particularly wl bane of college life. here there toriers. s\ keen ohserwr tc me! When s : the dormitory -t •e dormi once said a young an goes into sal' with. It, is hard te proud ot a wei io one has said. Probably and unknown 1 11,1 1 it is because ao h ; dreaming of l*r :,s i dreams conic true, at wa :cton that their and fhat, it does be a stu hut at but is very expensive te be After ail, the with 1 to be spent for i thu measures of one's de- I , voUon to II. and (,or most the will^n" ; ' ' ness increases with the greatness ot j no t cus | p r , ncct j ■ ^ a graduate. i.ss lo spend ; a ' cause i| 1L . t;aUHCi 'ge removal is not unheard of. hicai, or cf necesaibv the - of a dreamer. | impr ! sclic j fitly he !l ern ment changed their location. Light of the 5nearics ol tno geoeril g educational fund have ; Other in- j hlantts. as that oi Munich and Syra- \ ci.se mi Jit be cited. G1 the latter 1 : Day aavs: ''Genesea Col- j e now Syracuse University at | Uiaucel! Y.. » struggling j against late and poverty at Lias. On the investment that Syracuse made $100,000. paying 750 per on the money's VV* The University is today | cent annually expended for | tacuities, students and Hie reunion j expenses of thu Institution present Leudeneyof colleges is toward the large citus nmld be easy to dwell upon tlie increase : n the value of real es tate upon the stir in building, and upon the impulse to trade that a live col leg bp)teal to Wilmington h not to get. She will and lands more thai The It brings to city, hut my h to give, got iu houses she will give, j bui it is true even to cities, in some tilings, that It is in in ore] blessed to give than to receive.' This is most emphatically true for ricn men and omen. The ambition to have a Urtnblo ami ■ and to leu vein .1 ' even beautiful 'em fort those on us is indeal *• But to leavo large <'slate as Mr. Seth Low huvs, for our relatives t that are dependent a worthy < when • simply t.) bring sloth or vice greater temptation f*> our I'hihlieii's children is worthy ambitio; an un B'fter far to well ^i)ui)>|)B(l u a .'iillegc a He:; havej)«>a! 1 \v here tbe young may ■am their bread by the ' work of their hands, building where the j loarn in the, b or to give a young ntiy practice that achinery ami matter learning mid m make its mark Many a man's y rots before bis coffin thr gratitude of his heirs; but * •luted with : . y i I thought whirl] will i ou tbe future. til.' •o I luge f a visible ini mortality. 'i'he arguments is to lay bold against removing the college t(> Wilmington such as tb» iKMbgiued loss ol the approprhttion, turpitude of (the government the grenter moral cultured young iintu or woman in tlie large town *• compared with that of the cul tured young man or woman in a smalltown, have either been proved false or found to have but little weight in^the minds of those who h%m given the. matter the most se rious consideration 1 . • The argument against moving the college is now simply the etatemeot: ••The money wijCnBt be given." The crying need that the college facilities be Improved and be made more available to the changed. col and English chief and follow Under at, The in li/e, down gen extra the the thirty me up date They de and j the , the know pre to the Mar ex youog men and be opened to tbe young women of tbe state is appealing to the minds and to the consciences of oyr people That appeal will not be.in vain. When and liow that appeal stall find ita response it is idle to predict; but a noble minded people cannot hear, realize and .remain deal to such an appeal. VVhelber the answer to that appeal shall be tile removal of Delaware College to Wilmington, idea! answer. which would be its or^it® improvement, enlargement and^inaome senses, its transformation where it is. the future must reveal. Tbe essential is the enlarged arid improved facili ties lor a college graining open to every-Bon and daughter of tlie slate that will oualify to profit by them. 1 But there are individual men and women in Wilmington to whom tlie removal of the college appeals more and more as a matter of duty. As that number increases and "that feeling grows stronger, the effn-t will be male, 1 believe, to make such an offer to the trustees iff' the college that they will wish to move there anil that effort will, I believe, be successful, for in spite of tbe fact that the Icailiu^gspii'its in Wil mington are money getters, they are idealists. They recognize ami he jiove in the college life's task which is to "keep tlie fires lighted on tbe l4jtul ' made sacred to learning and now to lead generous Und high spirited for ?' ,n . f° "m recognition of truth, J" 8t ' , 9 e and notye living which Tbe, f°uinmtion alike for national l ,los l )a 'T' : y, for material success and loca- to r 1 '"mividunl happiness. poor ... . oalwe ' ,f h i gller education, for w lll '" m our .State DelawareUollege Mauds for. is happily one in whii'h * >e onr political or religious a fmth < «*ur sympathies or differences I I ?" 'i™ 6 , 1 ' s,,l * ot * we may all work I *'' /?. 10,1 Wltl * «»» j '' , 1 ,, , lt f *? coming^gener- j , turns sbali have larger opportune t . . •ins, of 'T <■? : Uld ha l ,1,luu,s ! fthev nh'is S ,■ 1 ; utnor plrnwys ot the subject, as ] I | he robitive opportunities Uffor.led , ! •>.'■ Newark anil by Wilmington for ! f„, '"illege extension work, fort where \ a are col ! | it J • , ard | great other as fine arts, law fc., might be established could well ! discuHsed. The more pressing i noe( ^ s °* rollego-oducation I have, I , h " W Y Vt ' r '. l™ d to , lity "l Km tho I • B11,uls Jlll< ' hearts ol our people, and tliera for till) presyiit I leave tUoni; Eugene \V. Manning, I August 2i) , Newark. Del. a j 11 1 e. Cholera inlantum, t diarrhoea. Dr, Fu Wild Strawberry never tails to quel' them. | future I (lepfirtinents sm-I possibly dysen tery, !era extract of i con of is At A'inDte.' Buying Peaches The Rev. Burgette Short of this city is among the peach buyers Ellendale. lie is taking a vacation and while away engaged peach business. Mr. Short spends the evenings in Georgetown mid goes to Ellendale each morning, lie Is popu lar w<th the grower's and with the | :"' h , or bl,),1 -' rs ' 811,1 »-•>• proven that I 1 e knows all about poaches, He oil- I linger juys the experience and his friends in this ci tv expect hbn to have ,i (.'im number of guud «lorte««f his exper leoce to uell when he returns. % r a at in j in the | — tj uell when he returns. at be de- I ; ot New Sinn ff'he Morning News has placed a new Sign In front of ita buildin g I wliicli is attractive, anil the letters j in the sign show lliat the news comes j to the "News'' from North, ■ West and South. a East, WASHINGTON, Aug. 2d.—The Mini department has r the a dispiitch tVi Minister Leishman at (' stauti ple saying Unit amicable relations ; in- j have b \ re-estublislied bet wee legath directed (hat .* ami the porle. The sultan lias 1 j at | portion of the agree ___ Minister Leish und th* secretary of foreign af oul. Tin 'lit s reached bet wee j On fairs be eurrie incuts vizier. agrec grn n d lias re secret i vere annulled by the Minister Leislminn | sumed negothitions with the of foreign affairs upon subjeets that bad not been settled for | j a hen the inter the minister and the course between secretary ceased. Holil Attempt FORT NUOTT, Kan.. Aug. 23.- The Frisco system's southern limited train, southbound, lade sengers, Junction, Wreck Train. 1 ! heavily with pas- | as derailed at Edwards ar here, while running at a Hiked of thirty miles. Home driv l.v j is j to a had spike between the switch rails and opened the switch half engineer and fireman .1 il red. hut none of the hurl. The engine baggage ear trucks, lait the etrnclu remained •ii y. ■ere in passengers w.'if •as derailed, and the •as thrown across tin* and 1'ullmaiiM the tracks. Detectives 'a working on the ease. for •hint** 11. Kri NEW YORK, Aug. .23.—James It. the Uunnrd Kee passenger line stormier Luoanin, rived from Liverpool and Queenstown. On the steamer's •liicli has ar •ival at quarantine sft*rl*ed to tlie Mr. United Htat Which proceeded to X s revenue < utter Hudson, t York. a m DHL KING'S rvt y « FOR THAT COLD. tare no substitute. Cures Consumption,Coughs, Colds, bronchitis, Asthma, rneumonia,Hay Fever,Pleu fisy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Core Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. in as bo NO CURE. NO PAY. ri'ice SiOc. qndtl. IRIAL EOTil.ES IKt'fc a proved little who most the college made BASE BALL ' POOR GAME. In an uninteresting and miserably played game .Wilmington A, A- de feated tbe Pittsburg A. C. team at South Side Park yesterday after noon by tho score of 9 to 2. The fielding of both sides was unusually poor. Aubrey yyas injured in the first inning and Tate who took his place at third mailt) three erorrs. Deal also played a poor game at first making two errors. The feat ures of the game wore a catch of hatted ball by Deal on which he made a double unassisted and the pitch ing of Plough. Plough only allowed four bits, bad eleven strike outs and did not give^t free pass to first, pitched a fairly good game for the visitors but tbe support lie re ceived was enough to discourage any pitcher. The teams behind him made nine errors and nearly ail of them were easy chances. Pittsburg A. C. scored its only two runs in tho fourth inning on Barn's double, errors by Tato and Deal and Colliu'Sv wild throw. Wilmington scored three runs in the fifth on two singles, two free passes and several errors. Six more runs were made in eighth on four singles, Hartley's triple and some errors. Score by iuuings: w. A. A. 0 0 003 0 0 f! x —9 Pittsburg A. C...000200 00 0—2 DIAMOND DUST. men the oyr be.in to be to 11 its the Collius to tlie by and the tbe are he I Wilmington wins. Wilmington journeyed to West Chester yesterday and defeated tlie j Brandywine team of that city by t |„, score of 8 to fi. Both teauls got seven hits each but the Wilmington boys put up a poor game in Ilia ] ° , ! f„, New Cumberland at* South Side Park to day with Breckinridge pitch ing by will It Hartl«y will probably be in the box for the A. A. The game at South Side vester \ day was a miserable exhibition. "Doc" Blotigb has been pitching a great game siuco he came to Wil miugton. Hoffman was in the box * the Brandy wine team and had | it not been for his wildness he J would probalrty have won the game. • He gave seven free passes. Leon , ard pitched a steady game for Wil | mington. Izzy" I will re by innings: — Wilmington . 1 0 0 2 0 1 ;} o 1 — 8 , Brandywine.. .. s 00004001 1—0 ►Se* was in a oline east a house feASEBALL SCORES. CaiimeH Played Yesterday In the Na tional and Ainerii iiliueN, NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Pittsburg— Brookiyn . o 0 o i o 0 1 0 0-2 Pitt.-iburg . o 0 7 2 0 Hits-Brooklyn. 10 ; Pittsburg, 17 . rors—Brooklyn, 2; Piltsburg. 0 . Uatterics --Kitson ami Wall; Doheny and Zimmer becond game— Brooklyn . | <-hica«o . I BiLma ri V lo "'hios g o m 2 aEO 'Ba 3 tterfg-°pii: I linger and Moran; Taylor and Kling iguV^r!!:. e o o o (.'im innati . 2 **5i*• &Z terlw-Dugglehy and Dooin; iiuiiri and % r B*n. 0 5 L the was visit they vited 0010000-1 IliiH Hrooklyii. 4: Pittsburg, s. Errors — Hraoklyn, :5; Piitsburg, I. Batterlea— tj \'inis iiiitl Wail; Cbesbru and Zimmer. Ilicil&O— ..0 0 1- 5 0- 2 0 o ward Cure. 2 0 0 0-2 i n 3 1' t TABLE OF PERCENTAGES. Fittisbiirg . w. L. P.C. 25 % r B*n. t $2 I .Mu ] ! TABLE OF PERCENTAGES. Fittisbiirg . I g™* 1 / 11 j w. L. P.C. ✓ 25 •I'J . ftf 47 Tii( . 51 ...49 ...47 .450 St. LoUls . Philadelphia ... New Vurk . 57 62 398 tii* .353 AM ERIC/ N LEAGUE. At Philadelphia—8t. i^ouis, 4; Philadel phia, 1 -. At Boston—Cleveland, 8; Boston. J. At Baltimore—Detroit, 10; Baltimore. 2. Washington—Chicago. !>; v\ usliing TRADE CONDITIONS. Scarcity of Fuel ScriouN IndiiMirfal > Ruiidicu|>. NKW YORK, Aug. 23.-11. G. Dliun iew of trade says: | still the & Co.'s •ekl.v r Fuel scarcity i ' serious I p ', 1 ' 1 ® tl ' acteU , idlc ' j •,«. , o r r , e ""T i, 1 "'' , ' 0 ' lS0<l ,Ue ! r" "" ,l tokp ' " ud - i Z t mrT'i , 0f , ,1, i f , '"""'•Tiate owing to ...l a. ,. ,T 1 J< ( > "T' V 'T" i ! hluUu.l, Of coke, tiaiua has eiused i ! industrial handici many furnaces, while* the increasing call for transporting facilities on crop 1 accounts gives little prospect of early ! relief. | Textile mills a well occupied, bus) ness gradually increasing In the cotton goods division, and demands for quick i delivery emphasize the fact that stocks | ure low and requirements for consump- ; tlon are pressing. j Staple products average somewhat I higher in prices owing to less uniform- j l.v good news from the agricultural sec- j lions. No serious disaster occurred, j hut excessive rain retarded the devel opment of grain und interrupted har vesting. In muny cases where the date of maturity Liufllbeen postponed there is always the possibility of injury from early frosts. The other extreme of Weather caused complaint at the south, drought being iu evidence at points. many | ' | ! Light stocks continue to facilitate speculation for an advance in the early options of grain, and losses abroad tributed to the good tone. The down ward tendency of meats received a check from the firmness in grain. Wheat comes into sight at about the rate a.« for tin con same n year agp, western receipts week amounting to 0,730,250 bushels against 0,005,025 bushels io UHH Of:-. - Failures for the week numbered 207 in tlm United Hlales against 205 last year, and 30 in Canada against 35 a year ago. cff< / SHAlTPRi ALL RECORDS. Twite in hospital, F. A. Gnlledga, Vap bo dm, Ain., paid cure u pevere eft o of pile? causing 2 4 tumo ft. When all failed, Bucklen'a Arnica .Salvo iood cured him. Subdue* Infliiinatlou. conquoi* Ache , kill* Pain*. Bo-.t Btilve In 1 ho world, ;'5u Danfurlli's drug store. to tlucto fl N. B. Z. mystery in fair case. Hod tea Retained In Paris For Bn , known Reasons. \ PARIS. Aug. 23.—There Is evidently some mystery connected with the fact that the bodies of Mr. aad Mrs. Pair have not been Shipped from Parts. It" was originally arranged that the bod ies be withdrawn 1 from the Church of tlie Madeleine at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. At that hour two under takers' vans were waiting at the door of the vault to receive the eolfinfi, when orders came eeiuliiu/ them away until half past 0 o'clock last night. At that hour the vans were Hgaln on Ljuie, hut the removal of the bodies was again ■countermanded, and it is said their re moval has been postponed to an indefl nltedate. de at The the his at he the not re of in in 11 Lawyers ^presenting the families of Mr. and Mrs. Fair were closeted at the America consulate here all the even ing with Consul General John K. (Jow= dy, yvho, it i Washington earlier in the day for In st nut ions in the matter. It is impos sible definitely to ascertain the subject of this consultation, but it is reported that tlie lawyers representing one par ty desire that impost mortem tion be held before Ui£ byulies leave Franco. unileiBtoutl, cabled to CXIlllllllU Mr. Dowdy lias received no reply to bis cablegram addressed lo Washington. Mr. Ellis, manager of the Hotel Rita, where the Fairs had apartments at the time of their death, has charge of the shipping arrangements. When questioned, Jio was very retlceflt. He said the shipment of the hollies had been postponed because definite in structions for forward big them had not been received from the family of Mr. Fair. He professed to know no other reason why they should not be moved and said they would got he shipped mull such orders hud b'eib received. ' For Pythia Day Local Knights of Pythias are arranging to give a Pythian Day excursion to Natloual Park ou September 6 . The'trip will be made by the steamer Twilight, and in dications poiut to a big affair, No tickets will be sold for the excursion which will be for the benefit of members together with their badges. While final plans have not been made, it is the intention of the com mittee of arrangements-of which Grand Chancellor Charles H. Lip pincott is diairman-to prepare an interesting programme. There will pe field sports and other a muaemcnlB yet to be decided upon, It is probable that tbe Uniform Kank will accompany the cxcur The comnittee in charge of the aJt.hr will hold another meeting to-niglit, when final plans probably will be laid... , ♦mi Now and Mrs Alas. YV Fcuuil The Writer A Peach. lhinceton, N. ( J. t August 22.—It was learne l here to-day .that the young liidv who wrote the note found in a peach by W, J. Montgomery, Princeton student, and well known a football player, is Miss Susan Car oline Hunt, daughter of Job Hunt, a thrifty f irmer living about two miles east of Kingston. Montgomery and a fellow-student rode out to the farm house this afternoon, and a as ujion ex plaining the finding of the note in the peach discovered that the writer was a peach, and they had a jolly visit to the farm. Mr. Hunt-treated they oung men to more fruit, and In vited them tc come again. Jmul How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward tor any one case of Catarrh fhat canuot be cured by Hall's Catairh Cure. by Catairh Cure. 1' HANK .1. CH EN E V & Co. Toledo, O. t We, the undersigned, have known I F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, ] and believe him perfectly honorable m all business transactions aud finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by their firm. West & Tiujax, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Walihnu.kinn a n & M a it y"in,\W hole * sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nal I y and acts directly and mucous surfaces of the system."" ! Send for testimonials, free." Ptice 75c. a bottle. ^ Sold by all Druggists. Hall s Family Pills are the best. the blood > | I Sea chlight I xcursi n ' j Tbe searchlight excursion of the ! Delaware Navigation Company from - i King atroet wharf to-night leaves at , 1.30 o'clock. This affords an oppor ti.nHv to'enjov a delightful ride ! I'elaware river while the moon i sheds Her briffliest. The Drospects are ! that a big cjowd will be cn board the steamer. The trip is a delightful oue. on Injuicd In Kunaway. A horsft belonging to Charles Dor i BCliel of No. 919 Anchorage street, | became frightened at a train yester ; day negr Yo'klyn. Dorschel in at j tempting to quiet the animal was I knocked down and trampled by the j horse, j Half the ills that man is heir to come from indigestion. Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones the stomach; makps indigestion im possible. Minister Shoots Iiis Child Darlinville, III. August 22.— Last night Rev. Henry Turner shot and instantly killed bis six year old he mistook | for a burglar. The father was | arrested, but to day the Qorooer's ! jury discharged him. , whom * To May Fever Sufferers Hi liny K«v*r IsOhinod id three ways: lat -Tl»* *nflki •uce of tlust; xd—odors <>f vurimis Uiudti hd—1 hu polleu of grufl»e«. t d< * Wilson's Hay Fever Disks Of cff< dually i*rc'ventH the Daflt oud Pol.ey from Irrilailug the delicate memhiaiie* of the uu« »te la I> rtM - a (f CM. * t dr Price. $ 150 . •f dr DeiivojvLoi., June Oil, IWl licur Sirs: Your hoy Fever Digits afforded me relief Inst year wltoin one hour and I liuve nad no serious returu of the tr - Ur : * : Dlrs. Bugotie l>. Richard y 440 Wei*; Btreet, L'ooUlet Request S dr Z. JAMES tELT, aitii & Market Sts. ✓ MELANCHOLY WOMEN Bn \ fact It" of Always Afraid Something Dreadful is. Going to Happen. Why Should Women Have the Blues More - Than Men? S 7 , When a cheerful, brave, and light-hearted woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, the blues, it is a sad picture ' - It is usually this way: of ri„JH r J iUsba u d Ka Pt " N ?, w > don't get the bluest You will be all l «®ht after you have taken the doctor's medicine." . \ nit, P Ut ' sbe , do, ' a P ot se ,t nil light. She grows worse day by day. until \ oil at once she realizes that a distressing female complaint is established. Her doctor has made a mistake. - She loses faith; hope vanishes; then comes the morbid, melancholy everla.sl ing blues. Site should have been told just what the troubfi was, but probably she wit hheld some information from the doctor, who! therefore, is unable to accurately locate her particular illness. ** Vin,Aff S ;,.n!i 1 ' 1 n 1 "" n ! has re ! ifi . ve d thousands of women from just thto mnn/nf tV b e ' T' d no , w retal " s fheir grateful letters in her library as proof of the great assistance she has rendered them. This same assist, aitce awaits every sick woman in the land. Write her to-day. to f V V a & " V / • i mm m m ■t m Jggfiglll # 1 Mow Two Women Were Cured. ♦mi " T>K i\ R , MnS ' I> / NK ", A " : — I was troubled very much with •female wealinesi. falling of the womb and bearing- down pains. Could not, walk fifty yards witte Now .FT , t0 sail OOliId not do ,nv work. Life was a burden to me. and Imn . t k b 1 ° Tjy<Uo r ,ukl ' ani 8 Vegetable Compound I am well Mrs h II P I! t w. t S"fiering woman will write to you und be cured."— Alas. II. K. Wki.i. 8, Castlegate, Utah. (Aug. » 9 , moo.) Mrs -, PtNKilAM : — Please send me yqpr advice in iny case. Thn Sfr*"?* mo ' " n , d B!lid ™y womb wa* out of place, crooked, and i th ,*t h ® co ' 1,d ll ° me "° good- I am twenty-nine years old and JhsroL ,*?r?s he : l; th f u r >' l ' ara - Menstruation is not regular, have a dis cliarge all the time, have sleepy spells, my sides and back hurt nil the time, YV Va (May" 16 , mo.)™'* ,keletuo '"- Wbb ' Staebett, Keyser, T 1 D /; ar ^ hs - TJnkham : — I highly praise Lydia L. Pinkliatn'H Vetre Jmul e aU°r , 'X >U, ! d i fC T l ! le ROO u it,did me ' cnut "' d mvnstruatioif to right which had not been for one year, and I am otherwise well, thanks to yon. —Sins. Maggie Stabhktt, Keyser, W. V». (Oct. 4, 1800.) r M C geaU ' Ua ' ° r Were U' l ', 1 , is, T 1 i^ foro obtaiuiri 8 writer '8 epccij^Tor -1 O r miMlon - _L ydia E. P iukliam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mni«. I \ Re fhat K ent Fcai talatc Sales. Dover, Del., August 22*—Some valuable Kent County real estate has cluing ed liamls during the week among which is the Myers-Con well farm,, near Kitts Hammock. The property contains 4<)0 acres of tilla ble land and 452 acres of marsh, and is a well-known stock farm. Timothy Townsend of Sussex county is tho new owner and the price was $10,500. "William Vi tier has sold his 108 acre farm near the county aim s-1 house, to Thomas C. Slay for $5, 150 Charles W. Lord, |of Dover, lias pur chased through George Jones, at torney for Alfred S. Elliott, <*f Wil mington, the frame dwelling Governor's avenue and Reed street, Dover, for $13,400 and the three-story brick on North Bradford street, from D. C. Montgomery, Jr., of Avondale, I'a., Hanuis of Mountaiuville, Pa , has purchased tho 27-acre farm of Anuit^ Teller, of Canton, Pa., near Hartley for $1,200. The farm of Thomas C. Emory, on tlie Dover road, near Warren's Landing, containing 112 acres, has been transferred to John S. Camper, for $5,600. Joseph B. Vaughan has secured the farm of IL L. Knight in Little Creek hun dred, containing 100 acres of upland and 300 acres of marsh land, for $1,125. a O. * on the at are the for $2,502. Paul on W ILL PAY GOOD PISIUK FUftPlGKOR pure. c. A»J. Pyle C»., dull an l ..Ion streets. je-'O-v*' ivk Hutil tr I i) » k I 'I 4 ft fir. Wilmington Del, S.HMRSTEIM, x * 'iffifPjffl APOLOGIES TO ZU 5 Give the man a Nickel anil "DIAMOND." He'll give you a chunk of concen- | trated coolness, J Of Countenance—Fair, Of Quality—Unsurpassed, , Of Disposition—Ever Cooling. 8 Hi t say I d< * Of '\i »te la * t dr •f 0 dr m Diamond Ice Company] Qtll AN!) SHIPLEY STREETS. 13th AMI, L MlUlU) SIRH .TS. > - - ^ Telephones igo ,mU 187 both tysteiv. \ Ur : * : fck// S dr A \ s-1 Wl th the Fireman. Members of the Delaware Fir* company are preparing .ta entertain the Exempt Volunteer Eiremiu'* Association ot Buffalo ir. this city ou Sept. 10. to 13. There will bn about sixty mejnbers of the Buffalo organization, pieces aud u women the wifes ai>d daughters of the visitors on the trip. They will also bring with them a hose c*r| which did service in the Buffalo volunteer department years ago. The beadquaters of the visitor* will be at the Clayton House. Dar ing Lheirstay In this city they will be giveu a trip down the DeUwortt river, taken to different parks a»d shown all points ot interest about the city. The Delaware Company was the guest of the VjI unteer As sociation in Uuffaro on its trip iber some time ago. The Independence Fire Company lias received bids for the erection of its new engine house at Twelfth aid Claymont streets. The bids have been referred to a committee headod by Magistrate Fan;U S. BradHy aud the contract will be awarded, shortly. During the fire at tlie pulp works a dog belcoging to the Washington Company fell iotoa vat of chemical* and was severely injured but is re* covering. a band of Twenty (party of twenty-firt Carrluge sponges, ohttinolse akin Hie# bulking sponges and toilet W. C. Taylotf il'jy Mug street.