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it simply; Don't ask for ''baking powden > B ? S Ask for ROYAL Baking* Powder. n w i II I Otherwise the grocer may give you some of the alum powders which v» ill spoil your food and make you ill. There is no other compound or mixture that can take , or that will make cake, biscuit, griddle-cakes, doughnuts, ieht, sweet, palatable and wholesome. Si -E 1 \ i the place of ROYAL BAKING POV\ DLR ß M bread, etc., so n a n p Take no substitutes for Royal Baking;Powder. |6 i\ r 9 __■----— .. — A . 3KÏ?; 35#.'* Æ 1 || la SS zStjs&zy®* ■ OS WAU. ST„ IIEW-VORK. nOYAt oakinc* rc.wc.cn co, SICK WHALE IN THE BAY Frightened the Crew of River Tug Harbor. SHAD NOW WORTH FORTY DOLLARS Tha l lah Arc Still Coming In I.tvaljr Hut Are Smaller ami the Price fia» Fallen, Another Funeral l.mgt-lv Attended, livery Mill I« Now Banning. Special Correapourtence Evening Journal. Nbw Cacti. k, March 21) if reporta that came up the river laut night be true, a mammoth eperm w hale was sighted In Delaware bay on Tuee day morning by Captain Robert Carson and his crew on board «be tng Harbor, which wont up to Philadelphia lam evening after a cruise at sea The tug was near the Brandywine Ught In the bay when the king of flahea was discov ered lying dormant with a large portion of bit great back above the water As * the Harbor'« prow was turned toward the drowsy «pouter the latter was arm. ed and made a rapid plunge lu the direction of the vessel. Tue eapiafn'a quick order to starboaid the helm ouanged the oouree of the tug, and the crew held their breath for an Instant for (ear the whale might come in con tact with their craft. When the mon star again came to tue surface it w»a «pouting toward Philadelphia. Old whal ers in Philadelphia say that this Dig fish's strange actions are due to ambergris fever, which In nearly always fatal ; that when the finned monsters became very aick they seek shoal waters to die in, at d that thia whale will lie found before King in the bay, button up Ambergris fever is simply fatly degeneration of tha whale's heart, and this fat is very valu able a« an Ingredient of certain per f tun eg llurlul of Him. W. It. King. There was a large attendance of mourning friends yesterday afternoon at the funeral of Mis William H King, the yonug woman who died in Brandy wine, last Sunday. A large procesniou folio«ed the hearse from the residence of John S King, on Fourth street, S. W , to Immanuel Church. Here 1m pressive servie«« were conducted by U.v (iiorge C. Hall, the new rector of St John's Church, Wilmington. Daring the «ervlces a quartet cousisting of Mr» E P. Wise, Mi»» Carrie Rodgers, Edwin Eckies and Georgs W. Ecklee »»tig sweetly. Interment was made the -hurcbyaiJ. The pall bearers were k. W. Eagle. Thomas Banks, Elmer Hawke, W. W. Dalby, Denney Smith and William Weggenman Hr So Itaaquet This tear, will probably be no banqnet and of the High School Alumni this year, one reason for this, It Is said, that there will be no new graduates V' t ms* / h \. : A % \ ONI3 UNJOYa Both the laethod and résulta when Syrup of Figs is taken; Jt is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers end cures habitual constipation. Fvritp of Figs is only remedy of its kiud ever pro âuccd, pleasing to the taste and leptable to the stomach, prompt it« actiop and truly beneficial m Elects, prepared only from the jeahhy and agreeable substances, aiany excellent qualities commend to all and have made it the popular remedy known. oyrup of Figs is for sals in and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist may not have it on hand will cure it promptly for any one wishes to try iu Lo not accept substitute. f 'V CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ¥ »4» fSAttCISCO. C4 L, W. ÿ. llU, *1. uc* rtm. h.ï. "Initiate" and another and very good reason -is that the association'll con sHmtiou provides that the reunion ahull he held on the Moudsy following the closing exercises of the schools As there wiil.'he no cloalotr ex erciaes this year and, therefore, no night for this annual meeting It is likely that the year will be "skipped," the same oflicers holding over. Shad Smaller and Cheaper. Kven the continued cold weather did aot seriously interrupt, the splendid run of shad that has already maile meuiora bio the season of 1811-1 A'esterday's run of shad, however, was smaller in quality, if not in quantity, as the shad would hardly average three ponmls. The New Ham I« boats brought in (rom 1 to 18 shad euch during the day The prlco has beeu reduced to $10 per hundred. Incidents of the Day. Contractors are connecting gas pipes with i,the lamp posts at Hie station, where gas only will he burned hereafter. Work on the high bridge over the P , W. \ It railroad at Delaware street has been completed and .the workmen have gone to other Helds of labor. Several! shad tiahurmeu, wbo attempted to come up from down the cove la the nor easier, got a thorough wetting with cold water. Kvery manufacturing establishment in tha town, except one, is now in active operation, Stsge rehearsals are now being held in the Opera House for Hie thrilling West ern drama, "Jack bong." which will be presented by home talent on Saturday night. Personal Freni., Ex Cliy Clerk James C Jamison ban secured a permanent position in Wash ington and will remove to that city next month. Mr. Jemison has been a resident o' New Castle all bis life. Miss Addle Haz/ard, of Middletown, is a guest at the M. E. parsonage A new son was born yesferdav to Mr and Mrs William H. Ungers. Edward McBride and bis mother, Mrs. Alex McBride, of Philadelphia, were here yesterday attending the funeral of Mrs. King and visiting old friends. Smith, them. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs Tomlinson, of Wilmington, have been visiting Mrs. T. J Gravell. William Stoops baa rented Spring Brook (aim from Thomas T.T. Clark and will temove to that place next moutlg in la to Mr». of Philadelphia, accompanied QUORUM IN THE HOUSE. l»tü Not UaI I»«ni; I. »rat 0*N«1I1. Washington, Mardi A» a preltmt. imry to the session» of Hic house the com mittee ou rules met «ml prepm-ed u rule for the consideration of the Joy-O'Neill and the Hllbarn-Knglislicontested election Aase«. The rule provides (or two hours' consideration of each case, brought in immediately niton the liling of the house, but was held while some minor business was t ransacled to af ford time for the full attendance of the day to develop, the Democrats mustered u hare quorum to enforce the demand for th« previous ques tion and again to adopt the committee's rule, but melted away again after the dis cussion of the Joy-O'Neill case had been concluded ami before the majority report. of the elections committee, dei taring the contestant O'Neill entitled to the* «> could he adopted. 'J lie day's discussion was without special interest. For the first time since last Thursday the senate held a session for the transac tion of business, and a nuni her of resolu tions were passed, among them ono au thorizing the secretary of the treasury to receiv e on dejiosit the money derived from the sale of the ( Tietoken (tonds. ' Several im|>ortaut hills and resolutions were introduced, among them a joint reso lution by Senator Oolph abrogating the Clayton-Bulwer trtgiiy, aud one by Sena tor I'etTer repealing all laws granting the secretary of the Ireanury authority to issue liouds amt other interest bearing obliga tion« « ithout specific authority from con gress. All these«rift over without action' The resolution offered some time ago by Senator Sherman, direijjng the Judiciary committee to examine Wiether the exist ing laws are sulli.-ieiit to punish the simu lation of foiled States coins by coins the same metal and fineness, was laid lie fore the senate and agreed to after a brief discussion. Then the senate went into executive se» alon, and when the doors «ere reopened the McGarrahan bill was laid liefore th* senate, and Senator Morrill spoke in opfee sitiou to the measure. He na followed by Senator lluuton of Virginia, wbo ad vocated Its passage, aud at the conclusion of his speech a short executive session was held, and the senate adjourned. «li. However, to It whs not Ml When it wan introduced. 'At. sys the ct i i its it 50t who pro who any m Klklau Alan Coellrtnr.1 The Senate yesterday confirmed Frank B Scott aa postmaster of Elktou, Md Goto Wilmington Photograph Company No. 311» Market street. 01» cent« D»r Jot KOSSUTH'S FUNLRAL. of llu* IIiMiuiiriiiii l*u!rli»l Tikni to ila-IV'lh. fit-m.ili I! Turin, .March îîtf. —Tin- funeral sci-vicc,. over Hie body of l.ouis K>>n*uth were held here in tlic Evangelical i-ium-li. The si reels of the city were crowded with people, in cluding a great number of Hungarians in their national costumes. A special train to convey the remains of Kossuth to Buda-I'cstb arrived here, and the coflin containing t lie body was removed from the mortuary pavilion and placed upon the train. There was a great crowd about the station before and during tlic transfer, and nil the men reverently re moved their bats as Hie coffin was being placed on the railway carriage. The guard of honor, composts! of Hun garian students, then took places in Ihc carriages, together with the members of Kossuth's family and the representatives of the municipality of liudn- Heath. A detachment of military was present, and na the train started on Its Journey to the Hungarian < npilal three volleys were tired by t hem. The municipal authorities of Turin have decided, a« a murk of respect to the mem ory of the great Hungarian, to have a tale let bearing a suitable inscription set in t he front wall of the home in which Kossuth died. Fourth < In-.. Pox I Washington, Mardi 2J. T in* following fou rlli claim pnBtmastrrs wore appointed: New York -Grant*« Ml IN, Everett Jin tier: 1 >« -law art, A. 1 «••»•; 1») iule a ville, U. R. UoIm'I ( Walsh: Under wood. I Wriglil; Scull Markham Sherman; West Davenport, I'yru Whittled;. ITEMS OF INTEREST. .llnirole—tblsn lnv*ly »'»y?" Mamma Imleort, Jimmie." Jimmie- "I le«l you, mamma« if it keep« on U»H way it will 8o«u be vacation»"— Harper*« Vounx People. Prevention 1« Letter than runs and you tony prevent that tired feeling by taking HamhUm S ar hi» pari I la, wbi« li wi-l keep your blood pure and live from arid taint and p-rnib of ill** flood*« Pill« ilo not purge, naln or fpipe, but ai t promptly, easily ami efflcleatly. 3T < ent«. AI I«h Fit/.— "Verv wdl, I *UaP «ne yon 'or br-wli of pnimine." .Ink In alto \ *<j.» a IichaI: î «hall sue you for «lander I »r xa^liig I proposed to you.'*— fit-Hit«, A Chtcaiîo loTîp|«t ha« iUccpedfU in plnntln»/ a «mail American U*« r*n «na of tha A4*r«>MitbV p*'akH «f thr Hinmlaya« P.otlt ara m ich «ifit'k up in 00b«a<|uance.—PhibMlv'plita fifly » .__ MAKKIEP. Pt'HMITT ^ITRINKH-Onthp 2 tli'ln«taitt. by Rav. F. H. Hbnrt. ni .* «tm»t,ThH)pbU« N hmllt and Miss Kalo Kn ti*ll»* Mirintr. Hî Wt.*«t Fou th UX£I> I ol | | j j • ' , CUNNINGHAM Is this cllj-, cn Hie 2S instant, Peter ' unnlnghsm. helauves and trleud- are iiivilr.i to attend the funeral, from Ids late residence. No VVesi Hwaiil »treet, on Stnir.iiy morning, ni s o'clock. High ma»s at Hi. Inleimenl »1 New March Fanl*« It. f*. rliuuh. i'atluHlrai OmfWry COLTjISON-I n thin city,on Man*h art, Imu, Mafia K. CoUlaoil, awc.h *» tn«i»th , FITXPATKIf'K In tin«city, «11 the >ih instant, Mary J. Fit/p*lri( k. Ki lai iv* h ami frlcwd* arc rvspaH f uUjr lii to attend her fumrah on Saturuuy »tu r-ilittf. ut n io« V . fruu (In «f b**r hrotlinr-in*ln\v, XI*bllip <î IMuukctt. No. W»*«t F»ont «tr«*«t. nn»v hi si. I , .*tnr*4 Ohim h. I .n« *n.« nt In tt*»» Cat he Irai (V mH er y, Plpladdph a. FRANKLIN— In thin cllv. on March 24 JstM, William Faaukliir, lu the .»4 »h yea» of hl« HK**. KING—At hcr late rchiJcncc in Wiimlnu ton, Del., on March LV», HfnrlH'.n McBride Kln«r, the «Uughter of John Gllkuy and Sarah Ann Gllkcv aud wife <;! William !t. Khur, Mgt'tl 8ll VPlir.T MrGOLDRICK -On Mir eh 20, Mr«. McGoldrlok. Kc'allvr* and frlcndb « the funeral from Lt r weal corn« r of Fount» «i-.i Saturday, March HI, a* •» ;• V. sv Jane • invited to attend « . . . , RM l|| || « 'irtui- on mi. hi.:» ihkh at ht. »"cter « H. C. Church. laU rmeut at Cathe dral» enisle ry. Tl6NUK>-On the 21th instant.tr. rhtladel pbla,f*ydDev Ann, wife*»! the late John Ar man*l Montres, ami daughter of ihe hit«» John Gordon, of ihL city. TAYLOR.- In thia city, on th«* î 'th instant F vlan» L., wife of William T. Taylor, fard 27 year«. TdAYNOK-ün the SU h ln« art, Philip Trayuor 1 TEETH. DR. F. E. SMITH, SURGEON DENI 1ST. "»Teeth Extracted, 25c p«WilhoDt Pain, - 80c Beautiful set of Teeth, $8 Gold Filling $1 up Silver. - • " Piétina, - • $| 75c Painless Extracting a Specialty. All fiiiemiton* known to dentleiry. Polite attention Kuarnnited. six Market Street. TiKnnT'Tq HURRAHf.D FOR M'KINLEY. Tl'.c licpnbllcan, Give Him a Hominy He reof ion ln XGnncupofi,. MI'.ne apoiis, March 89.—Governor Wil liam McKinley and party reached Minne ajiol in from Chicago. InSt. Paul they were Joined hy l.leuteimnt Ooverimr Clout'll, John fioodnow, pn-ideut of the Republic an State battue, and others. Upon ar rival in Minneapolis they were met by the cadets of the State university to the num ber of tHKi ami the University Republican club. The party w as escorted to the West hotel, where 4.non (ssiple had assembled in the spacious lobby. Atom; the route to tile but el tile bands bad been playing "Marching Through Georgia." the retrain nt which was "While «.-are ImhiiiiIiik Mc Kinley," and the famous "Ski-uh-mah" yell of the university students rent the mi The governor's reception at the West hotel wai such as only 4.U0O strong north western throats could give*. The North Star quartet sung "All Hail,'' expressing Hie sentiment, "McKinley leads we fol low thee." after which the governor as cended the staircase and was introduced by President Hoodnow. He directed his remarks principally to tbe students and declared that il w as to the young men of tlieeoiinli.v that all pal lies must look. During Ids address he de clared that the people of the country never wauled to vote in all (heir history as they ■lid now. Dater the governor was driven to the ex position building, where Hie Slate league of liepublieaii Clubs was in session. There lie made limit Iter address, in which he said tlint nobody could tell what was going to happen, and nobody knew w hat the D< mo •ougress would do. He ilu-u went it t he principles of protec. Hon. latter in the day he was driven, un der the guidance of Hishop Kow 1er, Gov ernor Nelson and Mayor Kustis, to some of ihespuldie institutions and made 1re s In the pupils ol the central high nhool. In the evening he was escorted to the ex position building, which was packed to overflowing by people from all parts of the northwest to hear the leading address of the day. After a brief speech by the president flovernor McKinley's well know a face and form advanced up the aisle. The vast as semblage rose, cheering. President Hoodnow, in presenting Hie governor, asked the introduction to be by rising and giving thr»v cheers, which was enthusiastically responded to. HoveVuor McKinley then delivered a stirring address. In its main points it did not differ Iront the speech made at the e.xposition building late in the e\ eidng. After the retirement of Governor McKinley the election of olli I-cry followed, John Hoodnow of this city, the present incumbent, was re-elected by acclamation. I'. ('. Stevens of St. Paul was elected tosuei-eed himself ns secretary. Turin-Mail Too. Movntr\i. March —Wholesale gro in rs and liquor dealers here took a quarter of million of dollars' worth of liquors out of the bonded government fear the duty would be raised. Intense rxi-ltemeni prevailed In-re while waiting (or news of the new tarilf. era! »<• to talk al I < tnmlli i »it hi* for "Ate Your Fyea Perfect f If yonr eye« need attention do not de lay, but call upon Dr. H. Ilcegeisberger, ocenlist, No flirt Ms- ket street,. Satis faction guaranteed Examination free. Organs, Macon & Hamlin, Estoc, Wilcox A White, Bridgeport, etc , from $ -0 to $1)0 E-isy payments. Kobelen & t'o., 710 Market street Send your carpets to the Diamond State Carpet Cleaning & Upholstery Works, No 118 King street. Telephone ti!2 29. ? o t Anything \J Jli.es Not |l T oil und li Pll'ilSC lljxk llu.t Suit <;.t Your Mone.) mEESSi K -«t AN U COrt'' v 'L Cr HE JUST D In the oilier day—just to look. Never thought much of ready made clothing, hut our stock surpiised him; he found a suit, just what he wanted—cloth good, fit good, price reasona ble. He bought the suit and went home happy. Why don't you come in to look at our stock? We are sure you can find just what you need. Qur Spring stock now ready. We have some beau ties this season. Boys' and Little Boys' Clothing. Store open every evening. Strictly One-price, and if dis ant i.slied with yonr purchase we will return your money. H, Y. Clothing House, 816 Market Street. MAX EPHRAIM, Proprietor. THOMAS McHOOlL' WHOLESALE LIQUOR"DEALER, Mo. li Ifarkot 8tr«o TIMELY NEEDS -A NOW IS THE TIME YOU WANT New Furniture, New Oarpets m S y ' . » i 1 P u New Oil Cloths. t j f I A i it Wt . — % ' - If you will consider your own in terest you will come to us for what you need. Visit every Furniture and Carpet house, hunt out their biggest and choicest bargains and when you've found them come to us and we'll ' I V-. Give You Better Yet y For Your Money. ■»•ov H l' t a We've set a pace for low prices that will astonish the trade as well as the public with goods we can stand by — goods we guarantee — goods that are elegant, staple and stylish. Tapestry Brussels Carpets, cents. Mattings, 9 cents. Window Shades, 15 cents. Two-burner Vapor Stoves, $3.75, Three-burner Vapor Stoves, $5.75. Jewel Vapor Stoves with latest improved vapor burner and patent • cut off drop tank, every way safe. \ * 1 i 's' a 45 StA* I / ■» C Solid Oak High-Back Cane Seat Chair, $ 1.50 BABY CARRIAGES. —x. The biggest and best line on earth. Numerous shades in r*C, IÄ BROCATELLES, CORDUROYS, PLUSHES, SILK TAPESTRIES. ETC, % pass » & So luxuriously upholstered that baby slumbers at the very touch of them Can't see half as many anywhere else. . —-r* £!4 92 \r ü N A 9 *AV î AS Vs x A\v I — Beginning On Mondav and all this week to every purchaser of a Baby a magnificent Carriage Afghan, value $i to $3. Most of them in Eider down Em broidered in Silk with Satin Ribbon A Cairiage rig complete, we furnish all hut the baby. Credit with low prices, besides put ting prices down below the reach of cumpctilon. We give our patrons the advantage of the most liberal terms. morning we will present m LS FREE Carriage I m %'* bows ■ Solid Oak 6 -tt. Extension Table, $ 3 . 50 . -slO worth $20 worth, $1 Cash $1 $40 worth, $2 Casli $2 $1 Cash 50e. Weekly. Weekly. Weekly. * FRANK J. MURPHY'S IReliaTble Crédit House, il 1 Market Street and 116 Shipley Street, BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND. jjmuauAiiFmA ^ Ar-oc.i>CrtU HlfkAJa STEAMER 0.TY OE CHESTER » Commencing Tnesday, November 14. MSS. Leave Fourth Street Wharf dally, Sunday» in eluded at 7.3U a. m. aud LU) p. m. Lvave Phlladelphta. at 10.U a. m. and 4.0U p. m. Stop both way« at Cheater or all tripe. rossengers going up on the boat can pur chase ticket« good to return on the H. * U. 1 UK. ■ Fretgbt received all day at Philadelphia and Wllmfnirtcn and carried at the lnwe»t ratea. Chestnut Street Wharf, Dima loua ot»i i I j .D Jour ward rob* a>i*1 \ /U' JvCÜA. .m if there f »or»e gRTOietitJ which. Cleaned and be good a* are i>ot S' A. F. UOIlNOT, •U MARSW <•» i. ill A WALTER H. PODESTA, EYE SPECIALIST, Ü3SÎ QUEEN & CO NOW OF \ Walter H. Podesta & Co., Optical Specialists, Phil«., W1U bo In WILMINGTON, DJU, «iTciS« nil mi^Tmiort m an* way to call on him and receive »ids HfliSviro 1 hhl knowleJge and long «xiasrtenco warrant him la !rlvlng. VR IÎK VIKMUEIL « B AHOX & examining yonr «y«. Mat.l»factlon invartahlv gnarant««!. SIGHTS AHD SCENES OF THE WORLD. SPECIAL BACK NUMBER COUPON. Ono of these Special Coupons and One Dollar will bo accepted for Parts 1 to 10 Inclusive.