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SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 0.—A large ocean going steamer, the Oregon, is now being fitted up here for the pur pose of taking a party of American manufacturers with exhibits oy a six fuontlis' cruise, commencing Nov. 15, to Russia, China, Japan, the Philip pines, the Straits Settlements, India, Mauritius, South Africa. Australia and theTlawniian Islands. This, it is said, Will be the forerunner of greater pansion to American commerce, being a unique and practical opportunity for buyers and sellers to become person ally acquainted and discuss methods. k, fcsCJ j uWUsIsm.iI ilk lainurestennnrt,Souidknow^^ MARVEL Whirling Spray I Indlft. 11»I» lievivi LONDON, Sept. G.—The weekly olli cial report received from the viceroy of India, Lord Curzon of Kedlestou, says a general nrin has. fallen over practi cally the whole of India. Although it came too late to revive the crops In a few tracts, the rain lias improved the agricultural prospects of the country Immensely, and the past week has shown a decrease of one-fifth in tlie number of persons receiving relief, [which now amounts to 450,000. No neecl to fear sudden attacks of cholera infantum, dysentery, diur Aioea. summer complaint of any sort, if you have Dr. Fowler's Ex tract of Wild Strawberry in the medicine chest. RUPTURE AND v PILES. ethod, williont the u by knife- Absolute proofs we fib doubt. Our new book full matioit justiifiHtied t*dh all Abou> It, . h'ent »re*> to any uddres-i. i 1 Iteutle . Tlie i o valuable infer for Fidelity Medical Institute, 7l8;West Eighth Street. Wilmiiic ifiSO tb sat If ppkE m V nd'Xur Host-Sul- ! III nij. •v : 1 II td it boo din ull-wmu'uh YBbmMOiolm! ips. n AKn:i « o., Itooiu Thin » \ orli. - Por Sale in Wiiminston by N. B. Dauforih, Mar ket and >econd Streets. Mail orders solid!ed. 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Successfully used by 200,000w own. Price 25a, Omg^Os, LaFtaneo ft Co., Philadelphia, Pa. | Gives. Po9lg/va Relict* by meII. a » 'J. w M i Fo blei.' Relieve# , or by mail. 1SR of "Tansy ''.aad . Address T uard" tbe m » I ifSiRS || ^NtRYc RESTORER f S3! Arch Street, Phliadelphie. ro«^«d isu. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH mwmM* V CH l((ntlCftTEIt'K "i N). 1.1*01 '* 8 SS®S§§ Richardson's Roller Mills. •"/ ail nru|gi«i We . (nuking two voi. of flour, And deliverlutf direct ry superior hnniilfl lo tlio <• WHITE LILY III bills. $5.25; in U bbl. R 92.60. This brand wo claim h Wiimlmrtou maiU MOSS ROHE In bbl.i «4 73; ii 82.25, A pure winier wheat II quality. 10 IU puck ages, Wliolo VYImat Elonr 10 lb, piioloiKe* Ui-abii Flour Kxcliii cks of till th eat i. y t bbl. ClM f ol superior 30 ci t •d for Wheat, ork t'rolnptiy Lo lepbouo KOI li. h my frimuls aud ftlk*r» to Custom . I>. -c A. Tv Would hk ftp ft trluf c J. S. Richardson. ftl4*i<xll:i FETER. is six 15, BY BERTRAND WAUGH. How often it happens that a crit ical point in life comes to us dis guised as a trivial everyday inci dent! There is a possibility of one in a casual introduction, in each in vitation wo recoive, in every word we exchange, yet weeks and months pass before we recognize the real importance of what has passed. So when I suw Peter for the first time I failed to seo that he was to punc tuate an important period in my career. The one and only impres sion I had of him at the moment was that he was the most unrumu nerative return I had seen for an investment of seven shillings and six pence in a dog license. That, of course, was a matter that more nearly concerned Aunt Mary. I accept both Aunt Mary and her dog with the philosophical resign that a dutiful nophew should always display. To describe my mother's half sifter would bo a matter of some difficulty. In my earlier years when she took a great interest in my scholastic progress, I had discovered in her appearance a remarkable similarity to a perfectly balanced second grade drawing copy, irreverent reflection I.bflye never been able to forgot, and I am re minded of it everytime I soe her standing with her hands loosely linked in front of her and her hair parted precisely dowli the centre. I lor ideas have stood-still for forty years while those around her have changed,so people say that she isold fashiouod and eccentric. To some of us it has been left to discover that she is both generous and sincere. Be sides alt tills, she has money—lots of money—and a weak heart. 1 speak of these twotliingsin thesame breat h its 11 has been long customary in the. family circle to do so. The possession of money is rogard e(1 > * believe, as a species of compen sation for so dangerous an affliction. I Perhaps tills is tile correct view of of it a of This o ! It. 1 pay Aunt Mary two visits an : niMl'v, null iwioo a year; when i travel northwards, do I wonder why I can see nothing beautiful in the distant forest of ohiinneya tVit mirk out Manchester, and as fur weather the place must especially Leaf lo proba* it Wiliiingtoii. gale profiuilly. The particular visit l wish to spa ale j of took placa last Juue. on Friday to Inticli, and as the crick et ill Old TiulTurJ was at an ituer raitie l the wliole ;i y. i Wo had a couple of hours sunshine I :xt day, but Sunday was I till! cun ■ i pied i Jitable sicjiid ali ,»f the II >o l. cl iu re! i being So, an impossibility, I had to f ill back on A t Mary's library and "'Peter" for amn sement. I studied Pater by extending him patent leathers to the ter ; tips of mv ir! at, Taking the in its sua: widest possibilities, justified in calling-him a dog. I had seen him on the sofa :ie woal 1 be When for tlie first time I had mistuXen ii tor a detached portion of a sheepskin nig. Aunt said ho was a Yofkshira terrier or a silver terrier I forgot wliicl nuil hji iko cloeply ot 1 brood aud othor tilings, to nil of which 1 nssoutod uu reservedly. muss of tangled and rusty colorod lniir. fiftaeu inches over nil, nnd if you looked at him | attentively you could distinguish through tlio thick imitted covering a [tair of eyes and a mouth. Taking him altogether lie was n most mourn ful looking object. Aunt adored him. lie had a silk lined basket to sleep in an I the clioioest pieces from her plate to tenn , t hi ' api)e tite. Oa his birth very li was day and one or two other festive days of the year lie was indulge:1 with a whole tiu of sardines, and if one is to ho guided by aunt's touch ing description of liow he would afterwards lick at the empty tin, Peter must be regarded us tin epi cure of the first rank. Peter disliked me. He would herald my approach wit Ii a series of couvulsive wriggles, aeeouip.ini uied by spits, snarls, and other ob servations of the same order. He looked tit his best when enthroned in the lap of his mistress about six inches below her crochet needles. About once every ten minutes Peter, Aunt and tlie crochet work be mixed in one long embrace, and eloquent love phrases ou the one side would call forth frantic licking from the other. From tin* it may b 2 surmised what dismay wa* caused by the sudtlcu disappearance of Peter. There were searches aud tears, followod by more tears and more searches. I constructed theories, and the cook enlisted the aid of her fiance, who was a sergeant at the local police station, but uoithcr or these things was productive. Aunt Mary turned to me for aid. "Auut, " said I I'esolutely, "Rely on me. 1 will find him. " The next morning I 6 pent in searching the streets uear St. Ann's Square. I saw no dogs like Peter, but a man in a seedy brown at offered to sell me a little with a very weary expressiou. He told me that his wife was ill, aud to part with the little |Chap would almost break his heart. Having seen tlie same style of seedy man in Bond street and Piccadilly, I de clined to aid in tiift heart-breaking, but showed him sympathy with the aid of a two-shilling piece and ask ed questions about fluffy dogs. He shook his head. No! He had seen uo little silvefmaire I dogs at nil. He wished he had; so 1 was oblidged to resum-i inquiries else where. ^ 1 walked on and on until at length I found my sell in King street. Drawn up in front of a big milliner's shop was a smart phaeton with yellow wheels. On the seat behind the ftoachtnau was a familiar-look ing bundle of hair. I whispered a name, aud a couple of ears shot up from the rest of the shapeless mass. It was Peter! For a moment I paused aud con sidered. The liveried Jehu sat at ver li I x * stolid as a rock, his eye fixed on a remote something at the further end of the street. I know not what mad impulse seized me, but I reach ed out my hand and patted ''Piter.'' Then with a quick grasp I trans ferred him to my arm aiid walked away. I heard an exclamation behind mo, and, throwing prudence aside aside as I had dignity, I shot round the first corner. My luck had de sorted me. Before 20 seconds had passed, I was embraced by three policemen, my collar forcibly re moved and my silk hat trodden on. T ... I foujnl no sympathy from the stout lady in eyeglasses nor from the by stauders. Of iny humiliation when, 1 reuehed the police station I prefer to say nothing. Ferris came at once as a result'of my telegram and bailed mo out. He heard my story and rubbed his chin thoughtfully. "We shall have to meet the old lady half way, old chap," said he. Apologies, compensation—anything in fact, to hush it up. Eh?" "Anything," I said, thinking of Aunt Mary's probable opinion of my appearance next day in Police Court. "Do you know the name of the lady?" asked Ferris. A said that I thought It was Ken nington, Coiiningion, or some, such name. '•Oh! well. Blake, I'll tell you what we'll do. I'll go and find out at tile station who she is and where she lives. You go home, change your things, and turn out in your best style. Meet me at tlie Central Sta tion at 3 o'cl ock sharp." Having purchased a new silk hat, I returned at the hour named and found Farris on good terms with him self "Carringlon, Blase my boy.ha cried '•Acquaintances o! mine, luckily, so we are jusc going- to drive down to Sale and call on them, to say nothing. I do the talking miud you that!" An hour later I found m/selt in You are troduced to two charming young ladies—the Mieses Carringtons. We ! chatted affably—at least as affably j as 1 could with a feeling of suspense i strong on ill*. Ferris appeared quite j Presently Mr. Carrington appear- j ed. Tlie smile filial spread over her | face as Ferris introduced me sudden ly faded. She had not forgotten our i meeting in King street that morning i wlien 1 confronted her hatless and ! without a collar. i In reply to the look of entreaty I directed at Ferris lie seated himself, beside Mrs Carrington. "My friend Blake tells me there . was a slight misunderstanding town this morning., lie appears to have been sadly victimized." 1 .... spoke in his most easy, airy style. "Your new clog Fluffy took quite a fancy to him, he tells me; iu fact, he jumped out of the carriage and in sisted on following him. My friend noting with surprise that the dog had followed him, picked him and was about to bring him back when lie was seized on by an officious constable, who persisted in taking a wrong view of the case. I have known Mr. Blake for twenty years now, and all I can say is that I feel this injustice keenly. Now I ask you Mrs. Carrington, Is it likely that my friends steal dogs in the open daylight as you were led to believe? ' The younger Miss Carrington laughed, but with the aid of her handorlcerchief she converted her at home, and we took tea. j ij ] i Ferris ! I mirth into a fair imitation of a coughin'* lit. I Iialone 1 to tlia. an rtucity ot my friend with astouisli- ; ment not unmixei with respact. •-U-.it, Mr. Ferris, Evans says - Evans, the coachman? My clear Mrs. Cftrring to a. how cat you for a momeut believe a servant in a case like this? Knowing that ho |was re sponsible for Flullv's safety, anil not seeing him jump out of the carriage lie made np this tale oa tlie spit. Why, it is absurd!'' "Mrs. Carrington,*' said I break ing in at what appeared to be an opportune moment, ''until last Mon day vour dog was the properly of my aunt at Withjngton. Oa that day lm , disappeared * ] ••Wo bought him on Tuesday after! noon in St. Ann's Square," said Mias Hilda Carrington. -A raw in a | hrown uveocoat—" j "Whose wife was ill. ¥>.s, that 1 man sells a lot of dogs that way." Ferris laughed. Fluffy w brought in. It was an auxious mo- j moot for me when I called him by; hit proper name, he wagged his two inch tail very decidedly, and there I was genuine emotion iu the way he | licked my baud. So the ordeal came off satifaefcori i . ,1 i .* ...... i ly, the explanations ot Ferris were . , 1 ... , accepted m then* entirety, ami the ■,. evidence of F.vaus aud the police ... . * ; UL U edited lho next day the Carringtons drove over to Withiugton and called I on aunt. The reunion of Peter aud 1 Aunt Mary w,is, from all accounts, a \ most touching scene, of tlio affair that aunt believes in is! that born of tlio inmate iugenuity of Ferris. Aunt Mary is grateful says that she will never forget my devotion to her and to me for the re storation of Peter. With regard to Miss Hilda Car rington it is different. I go to Man chester again shortly, but I am to stay at 8nlo this time—a natural; outcome of an intimacy between I myself aud Hilda that commenced when i brought her a new dog to | take the place of the surrendered j fluffy. ! up. ! as j I , j ! Tlie version From time to time sliR hml liiutefl I that nhe does not place implicit con- j li ion co in tile statements! ocottr milt ual friend Ferris. One day I shall | tell lior tlie truth —but not yet, not : before next winter certainly—for j our marriage is to take place next October, and it is a confession tiiat I am iu no hurry to make. R-eniM*. KIEV. Russia, Sepl. 0.—During the, . , , ' , I midday exorcises at the prison here x , .... , , * . * I,Hl tl "' p , w " : tin Iliad of the RUnid and j ney nave It iiNNlm PrUi cloth made good their escape, ■ot yet been renrresteil. Weather Probnliilttloa, Fair; warmer; light to fresh north east winds, shifting to Aoutheast. MIMIC WAR ENDED, - a j de- j Final Operation* of the War Gam« j Took i*iuce Along Rhode i« ,nnd coast—Two h I • Hard Fighting, Admiral Higginson's Fleet Ran Newport Defenses. PRICE'S NECK STATION CAPTURED of , VfpWrOHT, It. I., Sept. 6.-Admiral , nigginsou's fleet of battleships ran tin. 1 i of of j forts defending Newport harbor at 10 o'clock last night and now lies at J chor off the torpedo station, and the r ar is practically at an end. The secondary fleet of smuller vessels followed about liajf an hour later, after mimic the fight was over. Nearly the entire fleet under Rear Admiral Higgiuson made a demon stration yesterday afternoon against •my defenses on Narragansett bay, but did not attempt to come in to close quarters with gjiy of the forts. A landing was effected, however, at Price's neck, where the searchlight and range station, on which the mor tars at Fort Adams are sighted and * fired, were put out of action for an hour. During that time the battle- | ships Kearsarge and Alubamu engaged j Fort Wetlierill, the cruisers Olympia r and Brooklyn hammered Fort Greble \ in the west channel, while the battle- 1 ships Massachusetts and Indiana and the monitor Puritau destroyed a signal station at the entrance of Seakonet river. After two hours of fighting the fleet drew offshore, where it assem bled just before sunset for what at that time looked like a night attack. The main point of the afternoon at tack was at Price's neck, the object being to put that station out of action before the mortar batteries couUI be fired more than once* dr twice. This the would give the larger vessels a chance to come up and engage the regular batteries. Tlie task was a hard one in any case, but yesterday it was doubly ! so, for the air was like crystal, and j the movement of the fleet could be i watched at a great distance offshore, j But finder the rules Admiral Iliggin wns obliged to engage the Nurra j gausett bay forts just as earnestly aa | he had done against those in Long Is bind sound and at New Bedford. He i was unfortunate, however, in choosing i the clearest day of the ! went at It bravely, and the i fair yesterday afternoon 1 planned and carried through termination, . Wing about eight miles north of Block r eek. Still lie •hole af wcll •ith dc The fleet was all tlio forenoon assom all the vessels had ] island, and •rived thdre he counsel of war vas ! hoard the flagship. About 2 o'clock tlie ten largest vessels of tlie fleet sepnrat ed into four squadrons, and, leaving the tugs out tf) sea, the attack gun. Tlie movement was spectacular and was witnessed by a large number of the special colony of Newport as well as those at Narragansett Pier. To the .east steamed the battleship Massachusetts, followed by the In diana and the monitor Furitan. To ward the west and the Narragansett shore went the Brooklyn and Olympia, while straight into Price's neck came tlie Montgomery, followed by the May flower and Scorpion. The Kearsarge and Alabama held off until the attack developed. The Montgomery w miles of Price's neck before she began firing at * n Setting in thirty or forty shots befol ' <! tlle » tll ' ion oDtalneU Lei- range, ; ®" d slxU ' en in '«K iM « r y shol,K fl ' on ' ,lle moi-tnr buttery nt tort Adams came dow, ' * ater - '1 he Mayflower ei at 2:!0 : alul flve •"»" the mor - turs were again fired. | 11 is 8 'l" 08 *' 011 for ,llp llm l jll ' c8 to IIS ,0 _ A ^ nn(1 f(J1 * , »'-»* 200 '*«• ,wo <-' 8tlill « ] guns, manned by Massachusetts heavy artillerymen, sputtered a few hundred pll0,s - '•"» 1 Jl "' kll ' R k(, P f r '" ht ?"• | the st.h.on w-ns eaptni-rc j "idle this light was going on the 1 Mn88nc ' lu,8t ' tts ' lnd "" la a,,d runtnn j , . I 1 | irou °' . , . 4 „ ,. , i came up almost to Brcnton s .. ' , „ , shin and shelled Wetlierill. 1 . .. ... 1lIlt a ms and Wotherili replied slowly, but T , * .. . .. ,, lv . ; ForrGreble not at all. lusbluojack ets liettt Price's neck for one hour I 1 \ I | j ! as l>e ll vitliin two lid she sueceed 5 o'clock, • bother tlie fort was not ; pid firing guns of ! •tars opened i At'all events those on the ships ! all boats put off from the Mont- | the shore, i her ten minutes ? Into action demolished by the the ships before the lire. kept right on, nnd at 3:15, after a furi ous cannonade by all thr SI had gone well up the Seakonet river ! imd put out of action a signal station tlie western point. Over to the Nar ragansett shore the Brookly Olympia worked along near tlie beach, fire on Fort and coni i nun 1 j After Trice's neck station had boon I captured the Kearsarge and Alabama reef liglit Forts Ad , and then returned on hoard the Mont At F> o'clock tbe entire fleet and assembled about ten gomery. withdrew A in j miles offshore just at s ! The training ship Newport. board, set. vith n wah in party of congress! the thick of the fight, but look no part. ('11 Indicted For Tax Fraud*. CHK AGO. Sept. G.- A special grand jury has returned indjctinents against Luke Wheeler, Captain Edward Wil liams. manager of the Masonic temple; James B. Hoy and John J. ITeuly, Jr., oa chaises of conspiracy to defraud the county out of hundreds of thou sands of dollars of taxes. A IJItt White Slur Liner. BELFAST, Sept. G.—-It is nnnouneed I ,tint tin- HaiUtiitl-Wolff shlpbiilldlti« j concern will shortly begin construction 0(1 „ new White Slur liner twenty feet | longer than flic Cedric, the largest : || llcr afloat. Sac will he 7A0 feet long, j Terrible plagneB, those itching, pestering diseases of the skin. Put au onil to misery. Doau's Ointment .cures. At any drug store. of ...... , I I'otnlo ( r<i|) liiilin-d. itjtwv v v , 1 iiiAi A, .V l.. hept. G. It has boon : reported by offlduls of Cornell agrlcu! j tu ,, a i (lopartmcnt Hint ouc-half of the p()tnto cro p 0 f Sew York state would be totally mined as the result of blight. The wet weather is held responsible for tffe result. Central New York farm ers will suffer the greatest loss from this cause. la. sick made well WEAK MADE SIR0N.3 KaryeTons Elixir of Life Discovered by famous Doctor Scientist that Cures Every Known Ailment Wondcrous Cares Are Effected That Seem Like Miracles Performed The Secret of Long Life of Olden Times Revived. tin. 10 the end. The Remedy is Free to ail Who 8eod Name and Address. After years of patient study and delv ing into the dusty record of the past, as well ns the following modern experiments in the realms of medical science, Dr. James W. Kidd, No. 1996 Baltes Build ing, Fort Wayne, Ind., makes the start ling announcement that he has to A at * an | j r \ 1 at be rely h ifm it ^ A R or 1)11, JAMES WILLIAM KIDD. roved the elixir of life. That ho is mysterious coin disc able with the aid of pound, known only to himself, produced as a result of the years he has spent in searching for this precious life giving •e any and every disease that j the human body. There is jarnestnoss in in boon, to c is known t no doubt of ttye doctor's making liis claim and tbe remarkable cures that be is daily effecting seems to •cry strongly. His theory and bear bii out ; of reas Inch lie advane edi sound experience m i and based cal practice of nothing to •s. It cos Is any try bis remarkable ''Elixir of Lifts" as be calls it, for he sends it free. sufferer, i •e of its ability to quantities t cure, so there js absolutely isk to .Some of the euros cited are s Mould hardly be markable credited. T1 away alked out after two The sick, Is of the remedy. three tr * doctors, have bee v families and friends stored t perfect health. Blie blood and aeli, heart, liver, kid s by magic. Headaches, back onsumptioii, bron »f the throat, - | chilis Oil? ll o that is simply space of tii ataxia, paralysis, locomotor Partial dropsy, gout, scrofula and piles arc quick t purifies •ntly ri ly and per 1 tiss lit ire system, blood a the ilatioi and a state of perfect health is produced ■e. T it s art affected by this great alike and <iii> dy he "Eli Send for . • sufferer. State today. It is free to ed a I the sure free by retun VERMONT'S PLIGHT. HeMwlt of TncNtlny'i Votlne; May Re* Law ('linuft'ci, suit ST. ALBANS, \'t.. Sept. G.—As a re Bult of the failure of any cuufiidate for governor of Vermont in Tuesday'* balloting to obtain an election agita tion is developing to have the present election laws of the state radically ; Altered, so that the present system, ! which requires a candidate to get n i majority of the entire vote cast, will ! be done away with. In addition to the failure of the electors to choose a gov ernor and lieutenant governor a nurn | ber of towns are left without repre* i sentation iu the legislature, which in the present campaign against prohibi tion may have important effect when that body meets,'providing the vacant scats arc not filled in the mean ■ time. Vermont is one of the few stales still clinging to this majority system. Hith erto the legislators have always re sisted the attempts of those at Mont pelier who desired a system similar to that in Massachusetts niul other states. In the general assembly of 1000 Rep resentative Fleetwood of Norristown attempted to have a bill passed to au thorize the choice of candidates by a plurality vote if a majority was not se cured wood's bill referred to representatives only, and, although It was ably chi pioned by him, it met defeat. I the first ballot. Mr. Fleet MATOS CONFIDENT. Revolutionary Leader In Venezuela Will Move on CT BARCELONA, Venezuela, Sept. G.— A correspondent visited General Matos, the revolutionary leader, recently at his headquarters at Zarazn, about a hundred miles southeast of Barcelona. The general was full of hope. He said he had ordered all his military chiefs to concentrate their forces and inarch in the direction of Alta Gracia, about fifty miles southwest of Barcelona, whence the troops will move later on P *85 RIern, Mendoza, Bnlnlla nnd Sanchez, with about 12,000 men, recently left San ('arlos, distant ir»0 miles from Alta Gracia, as a result of this order, but they cannot reach the Generals fortnight bin latter place before elapsed, and therefore the decisive but tle cannot take place for Home time to conn*. resident ('astro la still inactive near liU'H south Couuinrc, about tldrty-llvc of ('a ran is. of o Mona gas, s It ncral General Doming >. T. Mona former I'resident gas. the liberator of slaves in \ enezue munder of tin* principal army of la. e f the rovo ieiK'ial Mains, the leader lilt Ion. died Sept. 1 at La l'asoim of stomach trouble. His death is a great loss to the revolutionary cause. Diphtheria, sore throat, croup. Instant relief, permanent cure. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. At any drug store. 77'CIl REPRESENTATIVE X* la the Ueueral Assembly From Christiana Hundred. HARRY WHITEMAN, Subject Republican iulea, which mean <o Us of the majority and to sup port tlio successful nominee a thereof for Unite? Stales benalors, which I pledge my self to do. aug&J tf go JpC*U REPRESENTATIVE » F< rlh District, WILLIAM LAWTON For ro Republican United Status Senuturs Ciiucii* to rule. pOU REPRESENTATIVE, For Second District, ERWIN F. PHILLIPS, ruble to Subjitt to Republican rules. K the eloctiou of two Kepubli U. OK itEPR iuSISNTA T1VK of the Sixth District Huudred IJU-i F Erauuywi George VV. Webster iou of the liepubllcnu the decif Subject party. to 'OR SHERIFF b New Castle County George W. Gray. bubjoct to tlio decision cf tlio Democratic party 11102. „TpOU BUEHIEF X* Of Now Castle Couutylu 1903 Joseph E. Martin. Cf Wilmington. Subject to Republican party rules. At •'Oil SHERIFF uf New Castle County iu 1903, it Emmit I . Stidham Of Wilmington Hundred, Subject to Ueuublicau party rules. f28 tf I fcit SHERIFF Of NewCaatle Couuty, 1932, James if. Saville. Subject to Republicuu party rules. Jyi8 lm P iOIt CORONER. - ■* Of Now Onstle County In 1904 James F. Mcivor Ho etc Of New Castle Hundred. Subject to Republican Party fmh Jl'OKCOliONEK la Of New Castle Couuiy, 1902 SAMUEL McCORMICK, and Of Wilmlagton Hundred. Subject to the decision of the Republic! uuif22 2wks puny. pOUCOUONFIt Uf New Castle County THU Alfred D. Vandever. Of Wilminj'ton Hundred. of tlio Republican jy7*tu Subject to the decisi u of N <y vote "'OR RECOKHER OF DEEDS CastH County b 4.20, 10.32, 12.56. 7-01, or No Janies S. Moore Of Wilmington Hundred. Subject to tlio rules of the ltenublicr pariy. al4 b 10R RlfiCOIiDE I Ob' DEEDS Of Newcastle Couuty in 19/3 p. „ M 12.30. 3.19, 10.45 6.07, m., m„ 7.42, Geo. W. W. Naudain 11.32, if Ft Qttorgea HundiOd. Subjuct to the ruins sii-tf '£j10U KKCOUOEa OF DEIS US IN 1304 Irvin L. Bali Of Mill Cruek Hi to the deciuiou 1 itlre). )f the RopuUlieJ jeld-eoi Subject laity, 1 , OR STATE SEN A TOR Third Senatorial District, Composing iirundywiue aud 11 part of Chriati ••"•• Hundred. tad ^.10. J1.1B. ROBERT CASEY,JR., . Subject to rules of RepubJ^w party. «10 13t f 7.86, 8 00. b Oil STATU SHNATOit IflrstiSeuutoriul District, George VV. Sparks. L Subiect to rules of Itepublioau imny.fi' afi 19.16, 2.16, 6.34, p. 0. aud 4 . 20 . 1.37, 11 45 p. vjR STATE SB HA TO It E T1 ird •iul District ino Hundred and Chris Ill of Eaucaster Pike. Comprlsir.g Bruudj Hundred Thomas J. Stirling. Subject the declsicu of tlie Republic n2li-tu Ei 'OK STATE SENATOR Com prising all of t lio ty North of Eighth Stree I. 11.14, James W. Robertson. Subject to Republic! •able I. U. S. beni rules. ' Ft the Eleci of Ti Rnpnbli i ■tu OK iiEUISTl.lt O Cf WiliuiuK F F WILLS 12.14, 3.19, 10.45 Car) •6.2C, p. tion, 4.58 For in County Hundred. Frederick F. Bach. ■ Subject to the dec-ini party. F OB REUJ8TEK OF WILLS New Castle Lo of lho Republican ttlo y 1904 Francis M. Walker. Of.M'll Crc Hu ml red. tlio decision of Ilia KepubliOt \ to 18 l, 1)3, 6.13 m. , i 8.05. ( 12.20 i 12 29 | arty*. I Li'OH C'LKUlv OF ORPHANS COURT and J? REGISTER OF (.'olJIt T IN CiiA^CEKY Of Nc Wm. T. Deigiiton. Of Mill Creek H Subject to Republican pa Castle County, a8 pOK CLERK OF THE ORPHAN'S COURT i Reyi DAVID P. HUTCHINSON. dnilv. Hot ,r. Anil,., Of Appoquiiiitnink Ruud rod, iu Itepjbli rcoiuted a)8 tf * Subject, t iters of N( You i - votj aud .il m Lj'GR CLERK OF GIRT REGISTER IN CHANCERY PHANS' Waller S. Money. (Subject ©7 tf_ P Oft R EP II E SEN TATI Vi: ilteisU of Republican party. tai L2f> ,, d 8 Third IP rict Frank Corbit lily to Subject ho <)<ci ion of Republloi P*rly. *85 F t 'OR llbPKLBSNTATIVK IN THE GENERAL a; .sem . .. iKMRLY John W. Morrison j F ; 4 Ninth IU Hubject tu tn P«rty. ibi.o e»y») .0 Ut !» For M3. fcuuduy. E„r or levy •on iul Dutrlft ana uud Mill Crual c t IL C. Can by Hopkins. c For pridge through ~ ! '.trio, i For an' of Market aud f, Anys Mil l i u ii J11• i turnon of RopubUca'i party jylMn ft In REP I. ESI North at Eightli i b' TA'J I VE i i> N ni in *tnt* J W C. A. kmtolpli. Hubjcoi to Rcp.i at tf ¥ OK ItUAI- COM Ml' I v k H For Air frrt Ellis P. Hicks Fubjnct to lUic-iot h*. . ubtiCuu (roller to Be |rnt to Haiti. WASHINGTON, 6ept. 6.-The navy department has decided to send one the small cruisers or gunboats which are now engaged in the maneuvers Haiti next week to relieve the cruiser Cincinnati, which has been at Cape Haitien for several days and previous ly had considerable active service on the Venezuelan coast It is stated that either the Montgomery or the Panther probably will be sent. <o sup for my New York Carp.Mitcr* 'Win. NEW YORK, Sept. G.-The Brother hood of Carpenters lias won a com plete victory, and by Monday next the 8.000 members in Manhattan borough •ith 50 cents a day added to their wages. The strike will bo back to work. to was begun last 1 sday for the en forcement of a c^inand -previously made for 50 cents a day increase all around in the carpenters. vages of journeymen Anglo-Chlneae Treaty Signed. SHANGHAI, China, Sept. G. - Sir James L. Mackay, the British tariff commissioner, and the Chinese missioners have signed the commercial treaty between China ant! Great Brit ain, a new edict having been issued specifically allocating the surtax funds to provincial governors. All Patent Medicines At reduesd-pricea. u Powder. Fi nssortraeut of Tal* H. R, Bringliursf. 317 Market WM. WILSON, J!>„ Iron, Steel & Coach Goods, 3rd & Shipley Sts,, Wilmington, Del A Kent for Alugnite the best known and t BHttstuctory Cold Water Paiut made; »rie.s. Packing rioH, Railroads. , durable, light ©specialty adapted for 1< Hfock Yards, Hr , as it is Econcin l, lire e takfcfi the place of oil paint. In KivtiiK equal satisfaction at a >i; superior to whitewash, •H more durable and does For prices, testimonials ntios drop a line to the apply fl. w » Ho etc . «ta refler.tiu Magnl many c "g la inKiu « p or rub off and further inf<>r ukove UKent. Any o. PENNSYLVANIA B R THU STANDARD RAIL ROAD OF AMERICA PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND DALTIHORE RAILROAD Schedule in effect July 6, 1901. Train* leave Wilmineton follow* 1.57, U?v 4.20, 6-30,, 7.42, 7.60, 8.10,8.60 8.56,9.35,10.U, 10.32, 10.46, 11.2F 1!.32„ li-45 a. m.,''12.18, 12.56. 1.37, 3.00, 3.11, 4.53, 5.07, 6.0/, 6.3d, j 7-01, ».17, 9.UJ, and 9.16 p. m. S:3 For Philadelphia (expr p. m. „ M , Q Acroramodafion. 6.10. 7.10, 8.0S, 11 00 1 12.30. 2.32. 1,00,-6.25, £.35 and 10.43 p. o. For -vew York Ghronirh expresaj, 1.67, 3.19, 9.36. (Dining Car) 10.32 (Dining Car) 10.45 (Dinin? Car) XI £5 «. m., - 12 . 1 a (Dining Cnr), 12.66, 1.37 (Dining Curt 3.11, 6.07, *6.20 (Dining Cnr), 7.17 nnd 3.16 p. m., connnoting via liroad Street Station, I Philadelphia, 1 20 6.30, 7.10. 6.30 loll a. 1 m„ 3.00, 4.58, 6.07 and 10 43 p. m. For Ilostnn wiC out tl.inge, 10.02 a. n. Chester fi-xpreaa), 1.57, 4.20, 8.30, 7.42, 7.50, 8.05, 8.10. 8.50. 8.55, 10 11, 11 25, . ni., 1.37, 2.C?. ?»8. 4.58. 6.07, 11.32, 11.45, tad 7.17 p. m. For Newark Center and Intermediate str.ti'ona, 7.33 a. m. and 6.35 p. m. B.-fftimoro and Washington, 4 . 35 , I.Oft ^.10. 10.1S, and 11.01 a. m.. 18.05. J2.43, J1.1B. 1.50, 3.51, 4.09, 5*15, i6.03, 6.46, 7 03, •diet* *to'iJna^ 7.86, 8.11 p. m. and 1.05 night. Brltimore niul inter 8 00. 4.41, 6.1? p. i n., 12,18 night, j Philadelphia, Broad St. - t, fat 7.25, 8.32 L Wilmington (express), 3.50, 19.16, 10.20. 11.23 a. m., 12.0S. 112.30, 1.13. 2.16, 3.13, 3.20, 3.29, 3.48, 4.01. 4.46, 5.07,5.25, 6.34, 5.59. 6,05. 6.20, 6.55 7.31, 11.21, 11.28 p. in. »nd 12.20 night. Aeecmmodntic* 0. m„ 2.23. 8.25, 4.01 4.49, 6-27, 8.38, 10.21 aud il .33 p. ni. SUNDAY TRAINS. Ter Philadelphia (express), 1.67, 3.18 4 . 20 . 8.05, 9 35. 10.32, 10.45. 11.45, a. KL, 12.56, 1.37, 3i)0, 4.58, 6.07. 6.30. 7.17, 9/>3 and 9 16 . 11 45 a. m., 1.37, 3.00, 1.58, 6 07 and 9.03 j p. m. I Accommodation, 7 10, 8.10, 8.55 a. tn., 5, 7.28 nnd 10.43 p. m. (through express), 1.57, 10 38. i I C .25. 7.SO, 9.12. Accor.modatlon. 7.10. 1.10, 8.55 a. m., 11.14, 5-00. 4.00, 6.21, ?.28 and 10.*.3 p. For Chester (express), 1.67. 4.20, 9.35, 12.14, 2.00, 4.00 For Nev V. 3.19, 8.35 (Dining Co**), 10.32, (Dining Car), ; 10.45 (Dining Car). 11.45 a. tu., (Dining Car) 12.66, 1.37, (Dining Cnr), 3.03, 6.07. •6.2C, Dining Car), 7.17, (Dining Car) 9.16 p. in., ronnecting via Broad Street Sta tion, Philadelphia. 4.20, 7.10, 8.05 a. in.. • 4.58 nnd 10.43 p. ni. For B nsl ' 1 with NftWimore arid Wftshitigt .. 12.05. If.43, 1.50. 3.51. 4.09, 6 t rlirnge. 7.1 w, s _JJ* V * to 18 a. l, 1)3, 6.46. 7.36, 8.11 p. in. and l.Co uiglp. Baltimore and intermediate etadous, 6.13 p. m., 12.18 night. 'iidndelpii'a, liroad Street, for ), 3.50, 7.20. 11.23 a. m. , 12.03. 1.13, 3.13, 3.29. 4.46, 6.07, 6.25. 8.05. 6.55. 7.31, 3-35, 11.21, 11.28 p. ui., and 12.20 night. Accommodation. 8.S5. «12. 10.35 a. hl, 12 29 2.32. 6.13. 8.38, mid i0.2S p. ta. FOR THIS SOUTH. Railway.—Expr Leave (expr Wilmingt 6.46 p. m. Sleeper to Tort Tampa Aupuatn, Orlenns: 7.36 p m. Fouthe „ n(1 n ( dnilv. sleepers to New Orleans Macon. Memphis. Nashville, via Asbrilla anil Hot Springs. Ati.intle Const Line.—Express 1" 43 j>. ani.v, neepers to Macon. iidTft I*!.! I f 5 1 ::;. tuv'i e ""*• ,r. 'o HiclitnonJ nml .Inrl svnutie Clipfiopeoke & Ohio ltoilw.j-.Utp. m. Anil,., diuiuK " u < 1 * "P 01 ' 8 la m tai card Air Line Rnilwsv—-WX}..-■-•*■ L2f> a m- daily, sleepers to N« w ir, leaus, ,, d JaokB^ville. -lOloritla and Motrono Limited." 4-0i* P m. daily, *leo^«rs .nut and TaniDft riFLAWAIUS DIVISION. Caitlc, 8.13 a. m , 3 04, 3.57 j aud 678 p. in., week 8 lily to Ath Nc F (Saturdays) 4.02 I,i'Wf 9 , 8.io «• nt . 5 S-7 fSaturfli.yi) -,k ttHyu F 4 'KvoT™hobotlt. 81.1 s. m , 3.5V (Sutur ni. week anys. •or, Unrrlngt 4.02, 6 58. a nil 12.04 p. ux e»y») !'• nnd Dt»hnnr. For M3. 10 38 n fcuuduy. 12.U P- n* E„r Wyoming nnd rcfU day*. sh for Cuf». Cbarlo*, Old Poinl fort and Norfolk, 10.33 a iglit daily. vny stations, 3 Of t tr... Expr c nd 12.01 For Atlantic City vl# Dt! pridge F.nllte. 3.3S p. through Pullman Unffci Parlor Car and Con-diPs ) For fllrthPf f, Anys niv-r . week days (with a I Ion infer pn*seui(«rs •o Hid ticket ii gout ut (bo *tnt* J W 4 uirrrmNSON J R. WOOD. > - M t M -.Tlf *r.il Act. Stirlith Bros., Scrap Iron,Steel and[Matals iieWBST FKOMT 'fBBRf. r ^ del ^s5 i Time tatrieln effect Mayli, TW2. I Trains leave Wllnthigton (King Station), for Elsmtre Junction, Mon chanln. Wlntertliur, Quyencourt On ©gue, Cossart, CIuuM'b Ford Junota Focopson. Wes* Cheater. Umbrserl Mortonviile, Coaoesville and inUimcw stations, dully, except Sunday, at 7.35 m., dally 2 10 and 4.50 p. m. Sundays ©i navy of which to cruiser Cape on that 8.05 a. 8uple<», Elversou and 4nt«rm«dl •tatlons, dally, except Sunday, at 7.® m., daily, 210 and 4.50 p. to. Sunday ©%i F at 2.10 p. m. Joanna. Blrdsbnro, Raadlng and 1 tennediaAo statiiona. dalily, except Sunda . Sunday on F 7 :<5 i. and 2.10 p. rr . and 2.10 p. m. ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION, n Chestnut ■treet and South Stni com the a strike ct 8.05 a Fn F err a a. Ocean Atlantic City Citj . Atlantic City 16.00 P.M., Ex. ?5.00 P. M., Lei •5.40 P.M., •7 15 P.M., Ex. 18.30 F.U., Ex. •S7.06 A. *8.45 A. •6 00 A M., Let •17.00 A.M., Exo V7 30 A M., Ex. •8.00 A M.. Ex. 78.30 A M . Kx. •».w) A M.. Ex. ,710.00 A.M., Ex. 110.45 A.M., Ex. tfll.oo A.M.. Ex. n.oo P.M., Ex. <1.30 P.M.. Ex. 12.00 P.M., Ex. 18.00 P.M., EX. m .40 P.M., Ex. 14.00 P.M.. Ex. •4.30 P M.. EX. 74.46 P.M.. Ex. , en 1 79.1b all I11.4S IS.15 P. lo4.28 F 75.00 Cape May 15.30 P. •87.00 A.M. 18.30 A.M. •8.45 A.M. 79.16 A.M. 111.45 A-M. lal-40 lb4.10 75 00 P M. 15.30 P.M. Sir tariff Brit 6ea Ifl*j •17 00 •3.45 ill % '.ot 75.00 15.40 FJ4J NEW YORK AND ATLANTIC COT EXPREBS. J* Left,** NEW YORK (Liberty Street), I.M liiv?'ATLANTIC CITY. 8.80 a. m. 4 Daffly. ''7" Sundays. *'!" Wee "z" via Subway. South •*:" Saiturday. South St. 4 00 8.16. "c" South SV 5-3a South Bt. 1.30. ,, d M South St, 3.34. |1.09 Excursion. ! Detailed time tables at Uckeit ofBlc tSth and Chestnut Sts.. S34 Chestnut 6 |ou5 Cheatnut St. #TO South Sd St., 3 Market St. and at Stations. . Union Transfer Company will call fa# and cheok bae:gu«e from hotels and resM flencea. i W A GARRETT. EDSON J. WEEK*. G«i'l Bupt Gau l Pass'r A#W r Tal* Del ! ^ and I made; light , Baltimore & Gaft railroad. In I ... „ _ 4 a [ »chedule in effset May 18, 1902. \ All trains illuminated with Plntstf does JJ*hL ... , the ( ) Express trains Train, leav. Wl]«ln*t<m, Del, 'Avenue Station, for NEW YORK, week day., 4.M, *,. "to.63 a. m.; -12.21, «2.M, "C l, (Royal Uw-,' ■ Sunday., ^.J6, -1.4B , *2.66, *6.18 (Royal UmltKW T Ited), *7.42. *10.55 p. •11.35 a. •7-42. *10.55 p. m. PHILADEDPHIA, week day*, *5.26. 5 •6.45, 7.Sf, ■'8.09, *9 40. *10.53, 10.67 a. •12.21. *2.5* 8.15. *4 58. *5.18( Royal Limit C40, *7.42, 9.00, *10.55 p. m 7.20, 3.50, *9.40, 10.53, *11.35 a. •P.j9, (RoihI Limitedj, 6.35, *7.4£ 8.56, 1 - * - Sunday*, m.; • 2.56, Chestef week day*. 6 30, *6.48, 7.20, *|^ j • 9-40| , 10 w> 10 67 a m . ^ 4 ^ 6 ^ i.00, *10.55 p. m. Sunday*, 7.20, 850, *9 ^«• •'«-**ni ft / -W 1 • Atlantic City, week day*, *6.45 and *9.4* m., *12.21, *2.66 and *5.19 p. m. (Bo, Limited) Sundays 7.20 a* in., * 6.19 p. (Koyal Limited.) 00 1 , B „ Dd Oceon Citr. week d*n o. P ' "• huu<la r» »-» A ' ' . 'Jr* . . . . n J ? e I a Isle Futy week day*, *6.45 a. mJ | a 2 ' 63 P- '5-26 «. m.. -2.56 $ "■ , . _, . , p. * t ;!",' > . r ® * n ?, " athln 6>on. week da; I . ' , '* ' a. 1 " a Ro . y , a . 1 '' mlled >, «•«. JJ* U " d ® y * ' 4 ' 14 ; f , M . 6 20 (Koyal leml.ed), *3.06, nuS ; . 25, ** » ^ P- m - Newark, meek day*. *4.14, 6.56, * 8 .f^> *11-31 a. m.; *1.24, S 30. *4,52, 6.12, *8.01 p. «.] Sundays. *4.14, •8.04, 8.06 ft. m.; *1.84 fjftj 1-32, *8 01 p. m. Ba'.tlmore and way station*, week day; 8.55 a. m.; 3.30 p. m. Sundays, 9.66 *, a li m *10 13 p. n *10.13 p. m. Pittsburg - , week days, *8.0. ft. . Sunday*, *8.04 a. *4 lfc . ; *3.ftjJ LEAVE MARKET ST. STATION FQ* Baltimore, week days, 2.50 p m Landenberg, week days, 8.40 a. m.; Z.HL ft.J0 p 3i. Sunday*, 9.40 a. m.; 6.50 p. ^ LEhVE PHILADELPHIA F . mington, week days, *3.3.», 6.50, *7.JO, 10.1 •10.56 a. m.; *12.50, *1.37, 115. *3 08. *4.r j 8.00, *530. *5 48 (Royal Limited), 6.00, c.S I *7.26. *9.38, *11.36 p. m Sundays, *3.3C. *7.1 8.00. 10.00, a. m.; *12.60, *1.37, 2.15, *3 08 4 1 Chicago, dally, *8.04 a. m.; *3.40 p. Cincinnati and St. Loul*. *4.14 a. •h.24, *10.13 p. m.. daily. Singcrly accommodation, week danu * 65 a : 3.30, 6.12 p. m. Rundaya, 9.05 5.37, 7.32 p. m. Landenber* accommodation, week dank i 4.52 p. rn. I 'VII-. * pa ; "Roym limited" Is composed exclft*'! gively of Pullman parlor, observation anftl dining cars. No extra fare except regn»] c-' |, r p u umaa charge, • •6.48 (Royal Limited). 6.30, *7.26. *9.38. K-■ P Delmarvla Telephone No. 191. Rates Western p©int* lower than vis r.ny other line. V !K. A MILLER, Ptsaenftr Afent, WJK ErdUKtOft. Pel. - - ©. 8 , 124RTIK, kfMIftr tl D elaware river nay. co. NEW EAST UN* BET WHEN Wilmington and Phila. 1 1 v, August 17 . oua made wi 11 points batwoou Pnilaln Tlme Ti u® i r< pb eut wharf. Wilmington. 7 81 in. duity. Re-urn, leave Cbe#J a if. Philadelphia, 11 a. »u. uttft • J Kin i P 4.45 p, m. dully, lays— Le in, 1 . 6 ) Philu-lelpUla* »Vilinlngton 7.45 a , 4.0*J aud 9.3u p, m. j id 7 Fare Round Trip, 25 cts. j Pliiid, k Chester Steam oaats V I i C •:UB8T«* OJ - KiT.AMiiit' cmr BRANPYWr.lE. June 12 th, Rchedule In effec •leav* s'ourt'i w'r*rf Dllf. ii in 1- I) ut ?. J) mill in. ml (Mil -m I -oo p III. I* mi i l(*b*bln from Pi (*.•• ut 7-;j'l 1 ,north ib>v* 1 lift r I. t 1130 *. iu. * 4 15 m.I ; ONEY LOANISD jyj N HOOD FIRST MOUTD M AMOUNT iJ.OJw* A r (TIitltK Ei to At ii • EA I E 4. HAWKINS St (JO. 71.'M.\ R ii E l ilM! -tufri-t