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Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TWO FROM NEWARK Amole Won His Game Yester day Through Hard Pitching. McQAFFEBTY 18 TO PITCH TO-DAY Burn*'« Man Could Do Nothin« With tha Wilmington Plaxert-Onlv Error* Canaad hr Flaring Ball In the Dark Gave New ark Five Buna Sporting Notaa. Wilmington mad« It two straight from Newark yesterday and did it easily, though the score did uot a'low much latitude for exuberant joy. Until the sixth inning the aoore stood 1 to 1 and It began to look as though the game must be celled a draw. But Wilmington took a epurt in this Inning and made three runs It made one eaoh lu the seventh and eight also. Newark scored one in the seventh and three In the eighth. Things began to aeenme a aérions aspect. But for tnnately the three betters In the ninth went ont In one, two three order and the score etood 0 to 5 The game was Interesting and well contested throughout. Neither side scored In the first Iu the second, out of four hits Wilmington managed to pull oue run. In the sixth with only three litte, three inns were scored, Amole, Montgomery and Wise crossing the rubber. Newark msde four hit« off Amole In the eighth but It was the four errors by Wilmington players that permitted three rune to be scared. The run made by Newark In tbe fifth should never bave been acored. The batter, Stewart, hit a elow ground ball to first. Berry hill was behind the base and attempted to stop the ball. He cannot ' bend however on account of his stiff back and had to let the ball pass. Htewart got to second Then on a wild throw by Amole to Gallagher he got to third and scored Toward the last, though, the playerB could easily he forglveu for not stop plug the ball as it was so dark that It was almost Impossible to see It. The score: WILMINGTON. B. H. P.O. A. K. 1118 1) . U 1 1 1 0 o n ja i i , 1 U 1 8 0 , » i n o ri 115 4 1 1118 1 12 0 0 1 18 4 10 Newell. 8b. "row, r f. BerryhUl, lb.. Gallagher 8. s iHpratt, o f McIntyre, Amole, p . Montgomery, 1. f Witte, c. Totals. -i. 8 10 27 18 4 NEWARK. R. H. P.O. A. E. .1110 1 .0 U I) 0 0 .118 8 2 . 1 1 1 I) 0 .12 18 1 It 2 » 0 1 4 II Wright, c.f. Torreyson, 1. f.. Ha«*amer, 2b... Huma, r.f Wlewart, a.a_ J. Rothfuaa, lb. Halley. 3b. A. KothfuM. O. Belley. p. Totals. , 0 l 9 0 9 2 0 1112 1 5 9 27 8COKK 117 INNINGS. L.0 1 0 0 0 8 1 1 0-8 J .U 0001018 0-5 Earned runs-Wilmington, 8; Newark, 2 Two baee hit—Montgomery. t,eft on bases —Wllroington.il; Newark, 8. Hates stolen — Newell, Drew. Wise. 2. Struck out—By Amole. 4; by Hetlev 9. Double p'ays—Amole and BerryhUl; Ktewart. Hae«ainer with J. Ruthfu#« First base on errors—Wilming ton. 4; Newark. 3. Bases on balls-Off Sntlev, 6; oft Amole, 2. Wild pitches—Amole, 1. Passed balls—Wise. Time—2.15. Umpire— Hawke. II ' 6 Wilmington Newark. Atlantic League Standing. W. !.. r 0 Paterson'. Metropolitan. Newark . Hartford. Wilmington.. New Haven . I'. » ti 19 22 20 524 21 n Ml 18 22 f.,i 13 27 National l eague Standing. W. U P.O. W. L. P.C. Cleveland ..25 13 .858 Brooklyn ...21 21 ,5'0 Baltimore . .26 15 .834 Chicago.21 23 .477 Clnolnnall .27 17 .614 Plttebur«.. .19 21 .475 Phlla.26 18 .MU New York..19 24 .442 Boston.23 18 .561 8t.'Lonl«...,13 29 .810 Washlugt0li24 19 .525: Louisville.. 9 32 .219 Where They Flay To-day. Newark at Wilmington. Hartford at Paterson. Metropolitan at New Haven Cleveland at Philadelphia. Lonlsvllle at Baltimore. Pittsburg at Brooklyn. St. Louie at Boston. Cincinnati at New York. Chicago at Washington, Hartford Defeat* the Leaders. Ar, Hartford—Paterson's players oonld not hit Heeds yesterday, getting but five scattered hits off him while Visa was batted ont of the box Numerous costly errors aided tn swelling Hartford's run column. The score : .0 4 1 9 2 0 2 4 X—is " 5 .0 U 0 1 U Q U U •- 1 5 9 Rase Ball Note*. "There has never bean In looal base ball history a more disappointing team than the preeent Pittsburg team," walls a Smoky City papar. Captain "Scrappy" Joyce Is quoted predicting that Cleveland will win the pahnant this year, because he thinks their pitchers art better then those of He haa not seen "Arils" Pond in bis hast form yet, and doss he Hartford Petereon. a 8 ♦ he Orioles Help *s needl'd l>y poor, tired mother«, debilitated and run down («cause of |»oor, thin blood. Help is needed by the nervous sufferer, the men and women tortured with rheumatism, neuralgia, dyspepsia, scrofula, catarrh. Hel| quickly when Hood's Sarsaparilla In-pins to en rich. purify and vitalize the blood and send it in a healing, nourishing, invigorating stream to all the nerves, muscles aad organs of the body. come: Hood's Sarsaparilla It tlie One rruc Bl.I FnrMer- All drujoctat». 91. Prepared ly by CL 1. y t l •me Liver Ills; easy to Uk- , c«v'<y W opérât*, iäc. liowoll, Mud, Mood's Pills i forget Hotter, McMahon, Hemming. Ei per. Clarkson and Corbett ? George Carey, laet. year's first baseman himself with for the Orioles, Is covering glory In Syracuse. He Is tO u,n K w * also. If his batting continues " 8 wlil doubtless be back In the big Lsagti.' 1 ,n * season or so. Adam Rotbfuss, Newark's catcher, who has been playing professional base ball but a year Is one of the best men on the team. He is qaiet and gentlemanly is always in the game and plays to win. He is one of the best catchers in the league and can get a ball to second with the Lest of them. Hassauer, the ex colonel, IS more a source of weakness than of strength to the Newark oiub He pays more atten tion to Jollying the boys among the spec tators than to placing the game. Burns Is evidently working Wandering Willie Hetley to get. all out of hlm posai ble. Whatever his other faults, and they are many, Hetley Is a good pltobsr and he will hold his own with any of them In the minor leagues though h« Is at times very wild. ''Bob" BerryhUl let an easy slip by In the fifth which gave Newark a run. It was too easy and "Bob" evidently thought It was a dead sure thing. Montgomery got in the game for the greater part of It yesterday, but dropped a fly In the seventh that might have cost a run. Mr. Long needs a catcher and reeds him at once. Wipe Is not in condition to hold the ball after his long stretch behind the bat wlthont, relief. Amole won his game again yesterday Eleven hits were made off him, but two or three of them were the veriest scratches. "Doe" has got over his wildness of the first of the season pretty well too, Only two men were given bases on balls, Zearfoss the Delaware catcher of the "Mets" Is laid np with a sprained thumb. Whltehlll, Newark's crack pitcher, is seriously 111 of typhoid fever and his loss Is a great Bouroe of weakness to the club. Bristow will probably pitch for Newark to-day,while MoCafferty will officiate fer Wilmington. Dlok Cooley, 8b L >uta' great left fielder, is 111 with typhoid fever. The "Mets" play In Wilmington to morrow, Friday and Saturday. It may be three Btralghts again. Inks, reoently signed with Cincinnati, pitched his first game yesterday and lost. Manager Barnle, of Hartford, seems to have found a wonder in his young pitcher, SeedB. Burns yesterday selected "Dick" Hawke, tbs old Baltimore pitcher, as umpire. Dick gave general satisfaction, being fair to both teams. Viau, the Paterson pltoher, has been suspended for the reat of tho season for drunkenness. In lb FUh 4c. lb. A carload of fish, at Fifth and Church streets, Thursday, June 11th, from 5 a. m , until sold. These fish offered for stle here come out of the ooean at 4 80 p. m,, and leave Ling Branch at 7 30 p. ni., by special service, and arrrlve In Wil mington very early In the morning. N. B These fish are Immediately cleaned aa they are taken ont of the ocean. Please bring basket or paner. Atlantic Fl*h Oo., owners of Long Braueh Coast Fisheries. A Laudable Enterprise ; O. M. Muraeu who has been for 25 years dealing In fresh fish In the various large cities, will this season make this olty tha o.nter of his operations By speo lal arrangements with the railroads he will be able to deliver to tbe people sea tront, butter, aud other delicately fla vored fish within a few hours after they are caught He does not claim that be Is a soulless corporation or that he controls the Atlautlo ocean, but he does claim that he hqpdles the fiuest, freshest and most toothsome fish ever offered at 4 cents per pound He does not pose as a benefactor, but good business principles demand that he should offer tbe very best fish at the very lowest prices, and that shall be his object dnrlug the present season. Every day In tbe week he will sell fieh at 119 King street and at other places at 4 cents a pound as advertised. There may he uuacrupnlons dealers, bnt he Is too busy selling good fish to hnnt them up and after all,the people who allow tbemselvee to be fooled by the really unscrupnlons dealers will not be long In finding it out with the result that C. M. Mur den will continue to sell more and better fish at lower prices than any two dealers, nn scrupulous or otherwise, In the city. Uny Ridge, Hund»», Jane 14. The uext popular excursion to Bay Kldge. "The Queen Resort of the Chess pend»," will leave Wilmington, Market street station at 7 20 a. m . Delaware av enue at 7 50 a m., Httuday, June 14. The usual cheap fare of one dollar ($1.00) will be charged. The going trip is by rail to Baltimore, tbenea by tbe palatial steamer Columbia to Bay Ridge, thirty mtied down the most beautiful bay In the world. Returning, the trip is by all rail, arriving home at 8,45 p. m. Tbe return trip gives an opportunity to see the great Belt tunnel, with its thousands of eleotrio lights; a marvel of engineer ing skill. The Crematory Breaks Down. The crematory la out of business tern porerlly, owing to tha caving In of tbe furneee ereb, and for a time the garbage will have to aeeumnlate orbe dumped ou'.slde Wilmington. Repairs are being made as rapidly a« possible Borne of the members of tbe Board of Health olaim that the crematory is not large enough for tbe Bnmmer work, and aa a oonee quenee the forcing burns out the fur mace a. Three Ulalinant» Go West. Yaeterday afternoon Washington Hast ings General JameB U Wilson and Henry G Morse started to St. Louis. They three of the eix regular Republican dele gates who will contest the National Convention scats claimed by the Addicks men. The other claimants will leave on Friday or Saturday. Both sides will be loaded down with affidavits for the es tabllBhmeut of their claims to the seats. Water .Commission Meets. At tha meeting of tbe Water Commis sion held yesterday afternoon, only routine buslne-s was transacted. Tbe pay-rolls amounting to $7.931.63 and bills of $1 290 34 ware ordered paid. The balance in bank was tepcrlei at $94,770 76. are FIDO Fish for Wilmington. That great, brsin food-—fish—will be sold In greater abundance In 'Wilmington this coming season than ever before John A Gtthene, tho president of the Atlantia Fish Company, t.aa been with our fellow-townsman, T. A. McClcre, making arrangements for the fish season of 1Ö9C In Wilmington. Since last season the fish dealers alo ig the Atlantic coast have found It nece isary for the protec tion of the public and to secure a supply of fresh fish, to for a a oompany, wblob has been incorporated and Is known as the Atlantic Kish Company. It eontrols forty-nine different fish pounds and their shipments the approaching season will amount to between 20,000,600 and 80.COO.OOO pounds. Shipments to Wil mington will begin this week and the people will be served better than ever before. The fish will all be cleaned as soon as they leave the pound and will be gold at he rate of 4 cents a pound. This will van obeaper than 8 cents a pound not clean«.. All ship. Ä 11 Th"Atu'" t,c f ^ wlii _ . , fhn of fiah for a distance coast and tbrongh tu , * . „ with the P., W. & B. K II "J* n ** h be delivered to Wilmington a. than twelve hours after being . K , The company will ship fish as fa. 88 as Pittsburg and tbs arrangement« , so complete that they ean be delivers at the latter place as early as they can be served for breakfast at either Asbnry Park or Long Branch, N. J. Mothers need not fear In seuding a child to the car, as they will be well oared for For the protection of their pitrous and against unscrupulous dealers Larrabee & Oo and T. A. MoClure have brought about a union of the fisheries on the New Jeisey coast and will bs known lathe fatnre as the Atlantic Flth Company. The genial president, John A. Qltbens, has given a number of years of study to this Industry, whloh he property cou eiders from a humane standpoint in so far as the delivery of fresh fish to his patrons and from a business peint of view in so far as the profits of the cop'pa y are concerned. Forty second hand organs, will sell at birgains from $10 to $70 Oaly a few of those self-playing symphony organs left at cost. Hobelen & Co., No. 710 Market street. The only place to get Window Screens mtde to order is at Harry Yerger's, No. 419 Shipley street. -neats In Wilmington will be nagement of Frank M Mo are ITEMS OF IM ERE8T. Tired Tattere— "Y'S, sir. pard, it pays tor be Weary W ragg I es —" I know. now. Tatter I, why ye'r so durn poor."—Louisville Truth. honest. Pure blood is tbe eafesnard of health. Keep your blood pure, rich and lull of vitality by taking Hood'« Sarsaparilla and you will not need to fear the attack« of disease. Hood's Pills cure liver ills, const.' Dation anno tee,« lek headache, biliousness. 'Sic. He—"I feel like a fool to-night." She—"So glad you've recovered."—Cleveland News. FAKBtV" ST AYTON-CAKLL'LK.-On June 3,1891 by Rev. John France. William G. Slayton and Mary W. Carlisle, all of Wilmington. THOMAS-WALTERS-At West Preeby ter I an Church, this city, on Wednesday, June 3. imw. by Rev. A. N. Kelgwln. Lynford A. Thomas and Annie M. Walters, both of thta city. _ msn. BANNER—On J une 8th U96, Margaretta J. Banner. HABBKR—On June 8,1896, Mary A. Barber aged 83 years. BONNEY—Suddenly, of diphtheria, on June 7. Herbert H.. son of Charles P., Jr., and Nellie 6. Bonney, aged 17 months. BRAMHAN.—On the 6th Instant, at Cam den. N. J . James Branigan. formerly em ployed by Henlioeffer* Vaughn, of this city. DONOHOE.—On June 5,1898, Helen, daugh ter of Bernard J. and Mary Douonoe, aged 12 years. McKAY—June 5. 1896, Mary Stuart, wife of Dr. Read J. McKay. WEBSTER—On June5, 1898, John Webster In his 77th year. WHARTON-On June 5, 1896, George R. Wharton, aged 88 years. E. NICHOLS. A BUBBLER. BUEHLER £ NICHOLS, Undertakers and Embalm, SOS 8HIPI.KY ST. Telephone. 780. FERRIS GILES, UNDERTAKER, 602 Delaware Avenue. 1413 Vain Buren Street« BARGAINS FURNITURE AND CARPETS. IN KOMIS OF OUR PRICE 1 : Beds from $150 up. Carpels. 18c up. Bureau«, $3.f Couches, *3.75 up. '-I. A. BUEHLER, THE FAVORITE STEAMER Thomas Clyde TO Woodland Beach VIA Wilmington k Nortliern 8. R, 9.30 a. in Wednesday. 8,30 1. 01 Train Leave« Foot of , French 8t. j Connecting with Clyde at Rive Round trip. Wilmington to Wood! cents. Children, « to 12. 2i cents. JMI Woodland Beach about 11.30 a. in. Leave Woodland at 3 30 p. in. Good Bathing. Toboggan, Carousal, Ac. Arriving back vo Wilmington about 6 p. m. Churches. Lodges, Acan secure dates on a special rate. For information apply A. G. McCAUSELAND.Fupt., 1(10 Marvland avenue. Or address GKO. W. RKYBOLD No 3 Arch street, Philadelphia I Daily . Every Sundays Included r Pier, and, 50 Arrive at to INSURE YOUR PROPERTY Against Loss by Fire WITH J. BAIL PirçitCE, NO. 6 WEHT BKVENTrt STREET, Ageut for Spring Gardeu Asuiance Go. ^ D. THE NEW STORE OPEN EVENINGS. TWO KINDS OF MEN. Those Who Think $12 Too Much for a Good Suit. Those Who Think $i2 Too Lillie for a Good Soit And yet our $12 Suits of '90 satisfy both. ■ I. Black Thibet Cloth, skeleton lined, silk yoke. 2- American Long-Fibred Worsted, Italian lined. Men who've paid $20 to a "dealer," or $30 to a I "tailor," will be agreeably surprised at the goodness | of these same $12 Suits. Men who've thought $8 or I $10 enough for their outer garments will get trebled I value out of these $12 kinds. jy The wear and looks and strength of these All- B wool American Suits will prove our statements— and | the saving. N. SNELLENBURG & CO. PHILADELPHIA. largest Clothiers and Furnishers in the World, MARKET AND SEVENTH STS WILMINGTON. •9 CHILDREN'S DAY. SOMETHING SPECIAL For You and the Children. Come and See What We Can Do For Yon. You will find in our stock a complete line of AT REDUCED PRICES. Leghorns at 50c, 75c, 98c, a splendid school hat for all ages, which has been sold at 50, 75c, will go at 15c, in all colors. All of our Ribbons have been maikcd away down, they will be sold at cost and less than cost, 12c. 15c, 25c. Flowers in all their rare beauty and style just as nature made them; we have them. Roses ! Roses ! You will want them, you can't be without them, and we sell them "cheap," ioc, 15c, 25c, 35c. Our fine French Flowers, that were $1.50, $2, will go at 75c and 98c. "Our Trimmed Hats, and such beauties as ours"you can scarcely see in any store. They are down in price and will have to go. You will know at once you can't duplicate them for the money anywhere. A FULL LINE OF THE ■ 1 NEW SAILOR HAT, Ladies' and Misses' in all colors. They are now ready for the Summer Girl, 25c, 39c, 50c, 98c. Extra Fine Panamas Reduced to $1.25 and $1.50. Come and you will be satisfied you can buy of us cheap and a good article for the money. 217 MARKET STREET, THE EYE SPECIALIST WALTER H. PODESTA, LATE WITH -QUEEN & CO., \ /v\ ^ hose superior proficiency Messrs. Qükkn & Co. sufficiently v Vw. Y Vi recognized to place and keep him iu control of the EXAMI vS / ill NATION of the E YES of their patrons, ntid presch irino * Jtt/JL IrA therefor, in this and other sections, and also to piçce under his // J direction their Optical Exhibit at the World's Columbian Kxpo trv M f pition. is now of the firm of WALTER H. PODESTA A CO., ÿ OPTICAL SPECIALISTS, PMIIA., and is in their old office, 606 Market Street, Wilmington, Every Friday. vy,/ CYC EXAMINATIONS AND ADVICE i^free:.^ W. Tf. PODKSTA, in compliance with numerous requests, has arranged to five his personal attention to all callers on Mondays yud Thursday!,, at their CENTRAL OFFICE. 113 NOWTM NINTH STRUT. PHILO... PA. WANTED-ANIDEA of «omc simple thing to patent ? Protect your idea» : they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WBDDKK BUKNA OO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, C., fur their $1,600 prize offer. | THOMAS McHÏÏGH, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER HO.:i3 MARKET STREET,1 A llariugtoD, i Data wot# -r— THIN The lind like to buy and CLOTHING, tke kind yon like to wear. You get style,quality and moderate prices because the peo ple come here for them and we can not afford to die you 8TRAW HAT8, 8UMMER UNDERWEAR appoint them. No better Serge Suits anywhere for the money than our $7.50 and $10 ones. No better styles of Thin Suits, Coats and Vests and Office Coats than yon will find at Sixth and Market, popular styles in Hats and Shoes than onr this season's selections, for especially. Open evenings. TAN 8H0E8. No more yonng men JANES T. BOLLIN S SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Market Sts., Wilmington. a Be a Friend To Yourself. Compare the eo ealled bargains, tbe olothlng at half prloe, "tha par celt, be low others" with good Wilmington; made elotbing. You'll tumble, and It won't taka a brlek house to make you do it either. Over half of our business I« done from people who bave juet ; been there. We manufacture all our clothing right hera In the building, 506 Meiket street, and watch them while thfcy ere being made, right for your benefit. Yon don't have to pay for the reputation here We »Imply sell yon good Wilmington made olothlng less than others Men's Salts $5 00. $0 00, $6 76, $7 60, $8 00, $10, $13 up to $30. Made to Order from $15 to $45 Pants from 60c. np to $6 00. Big llna of Children's Salta, from $1 60 up to $S 00. Beat Knee Pants ma 60 cent«. Come and saa onr ladles', men's, girl's and boys' bicycles. de for DELAWARE ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, Manufacturer of Good WUming ton Made Clothing, No. 506 Market St. Money back if you want it. CASH OR CREDIT. Yon will find a large line of Lidias' Dress Goods, Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Etc., at No. 706 French St. CASH OR CREDIT SBASEBALL To-day. WILMINGTON VS. NEWAitK. To-morrow, Wilmington vs. "lets." Championship Game. At Front ind Union 8treets. Game called at 4. 25 Gents. Aü inUsion, Grand Stand 25o extra. FOUNDER'S DAY AT THE CHILDREN'S HOME Thursday, June nth, 1896. The Managers will receive the patrons and filends of the institution at the Home, from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. School exercises end addresses at 11 a. m, Our policy of business doing is to sell good goods. Have you tried our surpassing Cof fee and svveet diinking Tea? D. W. Lynch & Co. N. W. Cor Madison and Fourth 8te, S. W. Cor. King aad Eighth Sta. / FOR SALE, At a very low flgore. the very desirable dwelling 1330 West Third Street. This property has 8 rooms and bath, with beater. staMouary wash«'and, water olnaet. u toot everything ror a modern home. For par tioular« and terms apply tn LAMBERT J . FOULK, 108 West Eighth 6t.