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r HB following is a reproduction of a posta
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King s Evil with blood poi
soning and it is interesting to
- , , ...
we het re ' leVV tile history of this
a impression. The King's Evil
, g . annear «. ■ jr: . ■ , •
nud i nrsc appears 111 History JUSt prioi
to the Twelfth Century when
dward the , c r querori r gined
87 ■ lie possessed the miraculous gift
of cti rill p- Pertain rliseaseo Iw fh*.
| g at diseases by the
simple touch and by pronouncing
a few sacred words. After the
y example of Edward, the King of
France became celehroted for
, Decame cetebrat.d loi
| the skill with which they cured
scrofula, goitre, etc., by his pro
_ ' b ' ' 1 1 ,
G ce SS. Scrofula then became uml
versallv known os the Kino'
versaiiv known as tile King -
O Evil and is to-day- sometimes as
D hided to by that name. Such a
R method of cun' hasken claimed
to be the peculiar attribute of the
sovereigns of England and
r' ■ ungiana ana
ranee, but history does not sail
tion tills, for it appears to have
been not unfrequentlv emnloved
ill Scandanavio inrl to hove Been
ocandanavia, and to have been
derived from the mystical prac
tices of the Divide in curing dis
Tli» svaot i,co9
1 lie exact Words used IOr
tile cure Ot bcrolula by the
French Kings were:—"Le roi te
touche, Dietl te guerisse "
In this enlightened age no
ill trns enlightened age 110
body would be silly enough to
trust a case of Scrofula to a King
or his words unless it liannened
,, , ., „. . lnppened
that the King aforesaid, had a
diploma or two from medical
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.Spicy Items Taken From the Latest
Happenings in the Roped A
Pink Hawley is putting in the off-1
season building a^new house at Beaver
Dam for his parents? Gpod boy.
h TA 1 ® long sait oj the Western League
dumping the ball andVattingTt out
. i . . j •
. ; <>f the 24 players who started in wi h
• L,, ' ,lsv,ll( i ' ea ? 1 ■" . the spring only
nine remained at the finish.
and on the Field of Ath
IcIicS'-Wilmliigtoii's In
terest ing Budget.
The Wilkeebarre fans do not take
kindlv to the proposition to count the
Coal liar.,ns out of the Eastern League.
President Young is confident that a
schedule calling for 154 games for each
team a ill be in effect again next season,
Dahlen expresses the opinion that he
is to be traded by Chicago to some other
1 League club before the winter is over.
Pittsburg with 41 and Milwaukee with
, 40 lead their respective leagues in num-!
bers of players reserved for next season.
p it , r„...;„ IN 1 . ■
' ! ! wdl lecture in
booled'O a ,eai y
bo A <1 at Melrose, FianU Selee s home.
I Count Camwi is considered a patri-!
i arch, nevertheless lie ranks as the
premier base runner in Western League
William Johnson, secretary to l'resi
dent Ban Johnson of the Western
League, has entered the insurance bttsi
ness in Cincinnati.
The annual meeting of the New York
Base Ball Club will take place in Jersey
City next 'Tuesday afternoon. Mr.
Freedman draws $10,000 as president
and is anxious for a re-election. It iB
whispered that the Boston as well as the
other stockholders have not relished the
fact that no dividend was declared this
year, and have not been slow in com
municating their displeasure to Mr.
Young Smyrna, of Chester, wants to
meet the winner of the Cleary-Strauss
bout before any of the Philadelphia
McCoy would like to get on a match
with Tom Sharkey, and it" the latter is
successful in his fight with Corbett the
Kid will be on hand with $1,000 to ar
range a match with the sailor under the
same conditions as his match with the
Joe Burke, of Brooklyn, and Mattv
Matthews have been matched to fight
to twenty rounds at 138 pounds before the
Pelican Athletic Club, on November 19.
O tto Sieloff, the Detroit lightweight,
would like to get on a match with some
good man in his class, and to show that
he 18 sincere he has posted $100 with the
New York Journal to back his defi.
fore the Palace Athletic Club, of Bridge
P° rt . Conn., on November 25. Leonard
has been out of the game for some time, |
I 3111 th® "Bean Brummel" has been tak- j
peets to have no 1 trouble, in disposing of
a few aspirants for lightweight honors.
, J°® Humphries, who is looking after
the interest of Jimmy Rose, would like
to get on a return match with Harry
J orbes ' the chalu P'°" baDtam of Chi
, ta 6 0 -
James J. Corbett put in a lively day
Saturday "this training quarters in the
- Lenox Cjub, where he is preparing for
as- *»8 bout with Tom .Sharkey. The ex
a 1 staff"? boxers in the'peTsSS'"of 6 "Stock
Bfily I limmer and Pedlar Palmer, two
° f a cl f? rc6t " oxe, ' s Er, g |and ba s ever
produced, have been matched to fight on
December 5 before the1 National Sporting
k, 1 . °f Ijondon. Billy Rotchford, the
t ' oxel ' *., 0 .? rl lV u d 111 England
p'P n e ,„ t ' m ,f a f" wltb ^ b ^- object . of ,!'" , , et . 1 [' e
Palmer, has been so indisposed that the
u,a [ c h has been indefinitely postponed,
ana poo launer-J limmer bout will take
its place.
Tommy Ryan, the Brooklyn light-j
weight, is out with a challenge'to meet]
anybody in the business at 138 pounds.
Ryan says be would prefer Matthews,
bu 'J' 11 take any other good light-j
weight. I
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A pair of liigh-grade tires may be kept
properly inflated by one minute's work
per week.
The National Assembly of the L. A.
rrovide'iceT^Febn.ao'!"" 1 me?ting 8 '
Tliere wil) ^ cycle raceg jn connec .,
tion with the trotting meet at Point!
Breeze, Philadelphia, on November id.
.Both Hurct and Cordang are positive
15'Uo«™ ? .ThS,Kfe '■
It is a good time of the year for riders
to take along mackintoshes, rubbers and
umbrellis when going out on country
sp '. n ®'. , , ,
Arthur Gardner, the vice president of
the Cyclists'Racing Union, is reported
to have received big inducements to race 1
in krance -
Harry Hikes is training
track for his one-hour
Edouard Taylore in Madison Square
Garden, on Thanksgiving night.
The 100-kilometre professional paced
championship of Denmaik was decided
recently, A. II. Dahl winning in the
new record time of 2.17.52 1-5.
Rivicrre, the old Frencli long-distance 1
crack, says that he 1ms ridden his last
race and intends definitely to retire. Be-1
fore doing bo, however, lie will essay ■
Cordang's 24-hour world's record of GUI
miles 340 yards, and that within thejtcam
next fortnight. *
Constant Iluret, the very latest, mau
of the hour, by reason of his recent |
on a Southern
contest with
I world's record rides, left Paris lust week
to serve twenty-eight days with the
j flag. This may perhaps' furnish the
rpal reason of his not attempting the
much-talked of twenty-four-hour record
I Tbe British foreign trade in bicycles
for the calendar year of 1895 was $0,747,
012 93; for 1890 it was $9,050,420.23; for
1897 the returns are not yet complete, but'
from January to September inclusive,
j the most imoortant months for thebicy
ttai'wpJ? Zl ™ afalli " K otf ofmore
It is announced that a series of nine
indoor bicvcle meets will be given in
| g t . Louie Irom February 15 to March!
Toe building is a much finer one
than Madison Square Garden in New
York, is heated and has an excellent
track. L. A. \V. rules will govern and
over $5,000 in prizes will be given.
Charley Kilpatrick, the famous one
legged trick bicycle rider, who has been
performing at Keith's Bijou Theatre,
! Amirta P on'Vedneldav ° He will be the
off-1 first trick rider ever seen in those conn
1 trice as he was the first to ever visit
South Africa
| Since prices of wheels have been cut
; S'fo'um'same^Hce that tim'owgrade
t t»e same price that the .ow-gt.ide
h bicycle foritrcrlv did, it is noticeable
that there is less enthusiasm in the
discussion of the relatives merits ol each
Cordang, the Dutch crack, who has!
been training at the Crystal Palace, Lon-1
don, during the past season, is about to
lnake -
,< -' tnrn to bis native country at once, and
j af |* r a short rest will journey to Nice,
- . ^ 9 stated, he will spend the
1 f .
Harry Terrill, of San Francisco,known
i tot . l ,' ec -y,°,i 1 , ng !' 0rld „ an . d to !' is h arents
a ? - e " ander [i r ' 18 a K aln ?«ntern
P latln B a tr i p t° France, where in 1897
l,e 'node the best showing on the cycle
in { path of all the Americans who invaded
y 11 1 '' 11 C0Hntr J'- Terrill lias raced all over
America, in Hawaii end in all the Euro
pean countries.
j Hale, the Irishman; Frederick, the
Swiss, and Joyeux, the Frenchman, Sat
urdav sailed on the St. Paul from South
ampton in company with J. C. Kennedy,
the representative of the American Rac
ing Association, who recently went to
Europe to secure talent for the coming
' nB ' n 8 of tint indoor racing in Madison
s 9 uare Garden. Other noted foreign
riders are scheduled to come on a later
"Major" Taylor lowered the one-mile
world's record Saturday by three-fifths
of a second at the Wood'side track, a
third-of-a-mile affair. He also lowered
the half-mile record, and did it twice,
cutting another fifth of a second off in
the second instance. His mile was made
in 1.32, a cut of three-fifths of a second
from the mark held by Taylore, the
Frenchman. The "Major" was paced
by "quint" teams.
A great deal of enamel is scraped from
the frames of wheels in the effort to re
move mud that lias dried and caked.
The use of a wet cloth on the mud to
soften it will obviate this, and riders
who care for the appearance of their
mounts should never attempt to scrape
the mud off without wetting it. Some
advocate keeping the frame slightly cov
ered with vaseline.
"Plugger Bill" Martin, of Lowell, has
made arrangements for another trip
abroad as soon as the American racing
season is finished. It is his intention to
compete in France and England. It will
bn his second trip out of the country, as
lie returned this season from a successful
one to Australia, where he had
varied experiences, including suspension
. and jail.
The li. of P. Medicals desire games for
| November 19 and 20, and would like to
j hear from first-class teams giving good
of The Cornell football team surprised
its most ardent supporters Saturday by
rolling up a score of forty-seven points
against Lafayette.
Saturday next closes the foot ball sea
son of'98. A Harvard victory in the
; \ ale game makes the Crimson the vtr
tual champion of the year. Will Harvard
win? There are two answers to this and
1 Harvard men are looking for the right
- one.
l 'y l Y t ?'V 9 "Th ten • Vet " ■ Har ™ rd
j hack to New Haven in the past week,
| they loci that a proverbial Yale brace is
more than a possibility.
Good practice at Cornell, such as the
j team should have in preparation for the
I p enn game, has been prevented by the
j namber of'Varsity men injured. There
Pas never been a season at Ithaca for the
i past, six years when the team has been
j so handicapped. Almost every week
; has seen somo one of the "Varsity men
laid up with an injury.
Attention has been concentrated dur
|j ng tile past week on the coming Yale
g,me. The game with Pennsylvania
and the victory of Harvard no'doubt
I will do a great deal of good to the latter
I in their game with Yale, as far as the
contest itself goes. Harvard willrealize
what she is ab'e to do and will not
easily bo intimidated. But in the prepar
ation of the past week the game with
Pennsylvania has had a somewhat de
moralizing effect,
., A half-mile track at Ridley Park
is projected. ,V
The American trotter Monadnock, who
has been for the past few years cam
paigned in France, lias been sent to
Austria, to race there, and in his first
race reducod his European record.
In view of the pleasant weather a very
large crowd made the trip to the Ben
nings track, Saturday afternoon to wit
ness the opening races of the Washing
ton Jockey Fall Meeting..
1 Athletic Clubs,
The Cornell Cross-country Club Satur
day held a run over the five-mile course
■ to decide the personnel of the team that
will meet the University of Pennsylvania
thejtcam here next Saturday. The condi
tions were bad, yet the time was good.
The cresS-cou 11 try team which are to
| represent the University of Pennsylvania
The time is apnroaching when the
Amateur Athletic Union must appoint a
delegate to the Paris Exposition.
American athletics are to occupy con
siderable space in the Parisian World's
Fair, thanks to Colonel Louis M. Ilanr.
berger, of the Chicago and KnicKerbncker
in the Corncll-Pennsylvania cross-coun
try run at Ithaca, were selected Saturday
" trainer Murphy und were as follows:
Grant, 1900; C. Mechling, '99; C. Parry,
99; Col. and Earnshaw, '01; C. with
Little, '01. The team has been practic
the team hats been practic
ing daily and will this week improve
rougher cross country running.
A Story That Several Wilmington
Foot Ball Enthusiasts Will be
Interested In.
Arthur I'oe, who on Saturday made
seDsational 100-yard run for a toucli
, >un against Yale and won the game
" r Princeton, will be remembered by all
y ar . ren supporters who joitrneyed to
Baltimore with that team.
! R fl it!mm./Iitjot* ,f 'erc to play the
famous Arthur** C ub ' and tl,e now
Jf b ' efl , jre "» P™ "> Baltimore I'oe
'' as nu ' known, he certainly was after
t J le contest was over, for lie did nearly
! l,u fa,Ile triek 88 he did on Saturday
Warren kicked off I'oe cauaht the
^w" and .* tart ft °" h \* i»«r n ey »o
toe Warren s goal-line, and, utter elud
ing eleven Warren braves, placed the
: ball squarely betwWn the goalposts.
j This same Arthur Poe has four brotli
| era who have all made a name while
playing on the Princeton foot ball
was a member of that
j .\s an aid to forming an adequate idea
0 f j H)W Tod Sloane is regarded in Eng
1 land, the following excerpt from a letter
i written bv an English lacing man to
friend in this city may be valuable:
"Sloano has beaten all records in this
country. I lost money over his miunts,
because he has won on some of the most
dreadful horses in training, wretches
that have never won before and that I
do not think will ever win again until
he returns to ride them,
"Anyway, I shall lose il they do. Tbe
English people have simply gone crazy
over Sloane. In fact, they shout like
mad people when he wins, and the pals
l,| at came over with him won a pile of
money. Young Charley Dwyer, son of
t,ie man that was over here with Croker,
has won a small fortune."
What They Think ol'Shuiuc.
Hundreds of Persons Visit the
W harves and Discuss the Luscious
Bivalve With Gusto.
A large number of persons visited the
wharves yesterday, and were attracted
by the oyster boats tied up at the foot of
Front street and at Third street. The
crews of the boats were astir and offered
to sell oysters to the people passing.
The toothsome bivalves were sold at
fifty cents a bushel by one boat, and on
others thirty-five cents a hundred was
asked. Some persons bought only
enough to eat at once, and stood on the
decks of the boats eating tbe oysters on
the half shell.
On one boat a number of ladies were
seen opening oysters and eating them as
fast as they could crack them open.
Among the boats were J. W. Paul, Jr.,
C. and, H. Elmer,'Jessie Deane, Eva,
Lizzie and Mabel, Katie and Sara)).
' Tt.nw. „ iii i«, „
j fir G "1n^he Wmblf mm mJii
c ( , 1(J
rn .i,' S , b - an,J Ada " ,9 T str - eets U.
| Commanclerdn'-cifief' °*Gc neral''°I)anitd
j "f the c. A. It., will preside. 'The
present, also the voting soldiers of the
j Spanisli-Anicricau war, to hear what the
old soldiers have to sav about armv life
They expect a number of prominent G.
A. K. men from Philadelphia and other
points to be present and relate their ex
periencc of the dark days of the Rehel
The purpose of this camp-fire is to
create an enthusiasm, not only among
the old soldiers but also among the citi
zens of Wilmington, that they may be
prepared for the grand para'de at the
Nati onal Encampment in Philadelphia
, next September. Delaware has always
> ad cause to he proud of her soldiers,
from the Revolution to the present time,
and lt 18 the de6lre of th ® department
oflicers to have the department in such1a
condition that it may do eredit to the
State at the National E
Youn^ Lady Has Her Arm Fractured
and Her Companion Hurl
About 4.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
a young man by tbe name of Garvin,
who is employed at the pulp \\0rk9 in
this city, was driving hie team on Penn
sylvania avenue in company with a lady
The horse ran away, wrecked the car
riage, threw the occupants out, fractured
the young lady's arm and seriously in
jured Garvin. They received prompt
medical attention.
Grand Hally of Old Noldiers.
Maryiaiid Horticultural Hoc-lety.
Tbe first annual meeting ol the Mary
land State Horticultural Society will be
held in Baltimore December 14 and 15 at
2 o'clock p. iu., in Pacific Hall, northeast
corner of Baltimore and Paca streets.
The programme will he announced later.
All persons interested in horticulture,
w hether members or not, arc invited to
attend and tako part in making this an
interesting and profitable meeting. Spe
cial rates will be secured on all railroads
and boat lines as far as possible. Persons
who desire to become members should
notify the secretary, James S. Har-is,
Coleman, Md.
Ilnyurd Memorial Officer?.
A meeting of the Bayard Memorial
Association Committee was held on Sat
urday afternoon in the Delaware His
torical Society building, and the follow
ing officers were elected: President,
Lewis C. Vandegrift; vice-president, D-,
James II. Morgan; secretary, Howell S.
England, and treasurer, Hubert G. Har
Tlie committee will be increased from
twenty-five to fifty members. The call of
the president will announce the next
The Uonietepatliic Hospital Associa
tion of Delaware will hold its annual
meeting next Saturday nttornoon, No
vember 19.

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