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MONDAY KVKNINQ. APBIL 2, 1900.
?j nse* tomorrow at 5.4M a tn and .
at 620 Hi?b water at 10:10 a. m '
10-.34 p. m
A'gATHBB PKOBABIUTIJB3.--For thisj J
seotiou, rsiu tonigbt ?id loc-'lty inoining, j
fljr Tuealay afternro.i; b-iak aoutnerly,
fb f,?,j to rou-bwfste'ly winrla.
UnvoDiar Confkbkncb ? Tb" Bal
liuiv>re A'?'iual Oonf*rence o* ttx.? M. E.
i'h.arcfa fl 'll'tl Wl" meet *n Waehington
on WVdcifcday, but tbat ioboapitable
citv, srilb ifa quarter of a million Der
p'ie and acorts of Methodiet oburcbfa,
n?. lolormed tbe Alexandria Methc
j .-. tbal "it wiH uol be quite conveni
eoYat tbia time" t? entertaio all the
mt-mbere of the conference, so Alexan
V: a ha.j none quickly to tbe reecue of
per lug neig'ibor and tbe following
lu^tnberaol the conference will be eo
teitai'Jfd in thiacit\; vi:
K-v. Daniel M. Brown. Levl B At
klos, Cbarlea L. Lyoch, Wm. Stevena
rttui 'delegtteQ. W. Laycock, by Bev.
E. V. R-geater.
Kev* John R. Andrewsand Wm. E.
jjiiier, bv Mr. John P Robinaoo
K-v>. Caarlea A. Brown and W. W,
^raith and delegate C. R. Camper, by
Mr Q, R Hill.
R-v. H. L*e Hout, by Mr. W. B.
i;^v, Charlea \V. Moore and David
H Kern, by Mr. F. J Pollard.
K-vs H. Mooroe 8trickler and Oacar
F. Burneaa, by Mra. A. J. Hudao".
K-V-. Tnomaa O. Nevitt and H. T.
HeironomoiiH, by Mr. W. f, Kerrick.
Bev Harrah M. R^ed, by Mr. J. G.
Kev. Jamea T. Williame, by Mr?. E.
K-v. Tboma* E. (Jiraon an 1 d-leaate
0 J Ruaael, by Mra. A. A. Wartield.
Bev, J. Howard Wella, by Mra. M.
(??w-.di-laUafor admiaeion 8. J Mc
fracfcen and T. H. Kincaid, by Mra. A
Candidate W. R. C*rr, by Misa Julia
Tne church in thin oity will be re^
reatatedia tbe conference by Rev. E. '
V. Kegeater and Messrs. J. E. Alexan
der aud F. J. Pollard.
(\)MS?.t8dI0NKEfl OF VALUATION ?
Noa' tbat tbe Court of Appeals baa dt
, grad uneonstitn'ional tbe commit
aionerf ot valuation bill, the appoioting
board It coming in for cenaure, as wi'l
ba ^>-n by tbe fillowioK ariiclp, head
ad ''N-potiam," taken from the Old Do
miuion Sun, a repuolic*n paper pub
liebed in Staunton; 'Tbe legialature
ol Virgioia inveated io a State board,
tooipotel of Auditor Marye, Tre*a
urer Harmon and Second Auditor Ry
land, the power to appoiot the com
ui ?aloaen of valuation, qoder a law
Hiitnoriziog the same; for wbiob, by the
wuy, they ahould be hunted down witb
hlood-hounds and treated aa higbway
robbere. The auditor auaoped up the
beat one of these placee (the appoint
ineot iu Ricbmond) for bia soo, Tbe
ftcjoond auditor appointed the next beat
the appointment in Henrico) to tbe
u->c ol hia aon-inlaw, and Treaaurer
Harmon, following the patriotic lead of
bia f lliw inemb?ra, appointed bia
j otri.r in tltauntoo. If eitber one of
tbeae appointeea ever demonatrated bll
titiier<ri for tbe perforraancs of any kind
of othoial work, tbe people are ln
blimfnl ignorance of it?but such ia
deoaocracy. If tbe taxpayers of the
State can atand it, we can."
Policb Coobt.?Mayor Qeorge L.
Simp$onpreaiding.?The followinK i*h; a
were diaponed of this morning :
^tobert Smitb, colored, cbarged with
iojoridg the property of Niobolae Hino,
was fin^ $2.50.
Fred Lau4*burg, charged with beinR
irui.k in the atreet, forfeited $2.60 c >l
William Wilkineon, oolored, charged
*itb diflorderly conduct at a church,
aal hnetl $6.
Kumuel Buudy, colored, charged wiii
oouducting buaineas without a licec-c,
Oora Jackaon, colored,charged witb
dnarderly conduct, was fioed $6.
Cuarles Medley, oolored, charged
witb dinorderly conduct and flghtiutt,
bad hiscaae contiuued,
Sight Heport.?LaH nlgbt waa clear
Hiid cool. Teo lodgers and two pria
onera were at tbe etation houae.
tilHTKOB Damaokb.?E. 8. Randall, !
proprietor of the River View pleaaure
reaort, on the Potomac river, baa been
mudedefendant ln asuit in Washing'on
for $50,000 claimed as damages by El
t'unur E. Meyer for injurieeeuatained on
J ily 21 laa'. Ir is set fortb in the d*M:
irahon tbat on tbe datementionrd tbe
plaiatifl waa a viaitor at River View.
where, it is alleged, tbe defendant ot>
eratee wbat ia known as a "switchback
railroad." Mit-a Meyer declarea she
waf a paaaenger on one of tbe oars o;>
*>r-ited on tbe "ewitobback railroad,"
when it collided with another car on
ibepametrack. Ia the accident abe waa
painfully and permanently injurt-4.
Her skull was iojured.her nose broken,
bvr cight impaired and| ber memory
?nade defeotive. Aa the reault of her
it.joriea ahe bas been unable to attend
to her aflaira, and bas been made to ex
;iend $3,000 for medical aervice.
Kmuhtsop Malta.?The meetinge
beldiu Jr., O. U. A, M. Hall on Fair
fii atreet uuder tbe auspioee of the
A'.oieut and Illuatrioua Order Knigba
o\ Malia every 8unday afternoon at 3
o'clock are proviog very Intereetiog
and are attended by large numbere of
ii/.'ns. SpeecheB were made by Sir
Knight Oompanione John 8. Dewey,
<lrand Recorder of the Diatrict of Co
lumnirt; J. H. Henneev, P, C; 8amuel
J. Preacott and A. E. Wilaon, ofthe
Urand Oommandery. and MeaBW. W.
8, P.ero^, 0. A. Evard, W. A. Hawes,
lieorge Hantzmou and others of this
Obathof Mbs. BAYLI38.?Mra. 0*0
BtyHaa, of Fairfax county, wbose w?
r ous illoeea was mentioned in laet
week'a Uazette, passed quietly away
f^alurday evening. 8he leaves seven
cbildren and maoy frieoda to mourn ber
lo4s Mra. Baylisa waa a regular at
tendint at tbe city market for many
veara. Her funeral will take plaoe
from her late bome tomorrow morning
at elpvea o'clock.
The Beat Preacriptton for Chllla
and Fevor is a bottle of Qaova'a TASTKLxaa
pUU Tonic It is aimply iron and qoinine
?n ? ktatelaaa forra. No rnr?-no pay 60c
To aecnre the ongioal wilch haz 1 salva,
?'k fur DeWttta Wit:h Haael Ualve, wcll
'Uuwii aaareruin cnre for plles ?ud akio
l-oia^e. Uewaro of worthleas cooulerfoita
i aey ax o oaacarass,
Ybstkbday ?Yes?erday wa* prob
ably one of tbe mopt bsauti'ul dayB
thtH far th'H year. t'-rtai-ly it was
tbe most beau tful Sucday. From early
yeaterday morning un il far into tbe
evening the aun abon? unioterruptedly.
Tbis fact, together wilh tbe comforf
able temperature prevalent all day.
made the day a moat comfortahln and
enjoyahle one, indeed. That the day
waa ei joyed goea without aaying. The
churcbes were all well attended. Two
oftbe new paatorB preached their it>
augural aermona. Rev. Dr. F. J.
Brooke, tbe new pastor of the Second
Preebyteriao Churcb, preached to a
large congregation, and Rev. J. A. Jef
fera, the new pastor of Trinity M. E.
Cnurcb, alao preached hia 6rBt termon.
Botb received warm welcomes. Dr.
Jeffera will bring bere with him hia wife
and three ohildren, Rev. Mr. Brooke
will be tbe gueat of Mr. K. Kemper
until tbe Preebyterian manee ou S;.
Aaaph etreet ia made ready for hiin-elf
and family. Rev. Dr. C. L. Hunt, of
New York, preached morning and
night at the Baptiat Cburch and hia
aermona were greatly admired by the
large congregationa, Rev. T. P. Rt
velle preached bie laat aermon an paf
tor of the Methodiet ProteBtaut Churcb.
Mr. Revelle in a few daye will leave
for Seattle, Waab.. wbere he will ae
aumecbarge of a mipaion. During the
term ot Mr. Reve la'd pas-tcrate here
be made many warm friends, wbo nin
cerely regret In- departure. Rev.
Fatber McTammany preached at St.
Mary'a Churcb in tbe morning. Tbe
other pulpita were occpied by tbe rea
Tbe aervic^a at the Riilroad Miaaion
were couducted by Mr. L<wi<>, ofthe
S?min?ry, and t^e boIo rerd?red by
Miaa Sadte Tayloi: waa beartily et -
- --?~^>-* ?
Pkrs NAL. ? Miaa Lou Arm?trong
conttiiueaquiteill at her homeon Priuce
Mr.j. Em ly Davis Ia quite ill at her
home on Wolfe atreet.
Mr. J-?hn Tic^r continue* quite aick.
Mr. Wilbur Baggett, wbo baa beeo
quite sick with grip, is improving.
R?v. J. Erneat Tbacker was yester
day formally installed aa paator of the
Second Preebyterian Cnurcb, Norfolk
The aermon w?a preacoed by Rev. G.
B.Strickler, of Ricbmond.
Rev. S*muel A. Wallia preached at
St. Luke's Church, Norfolk, yeaterday.
The rtvul.ir monthly meeting of Mary
Ouatia Lee Cbapter, 17. D. C, will he
heid tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, j
in Lee t'ttnp Hall.
College Topica aaya tbat amoDg thote
who are expected to spend tbe Eiater
holidaya at the Univsraity are Misiei
Charlotte Blackhuro and Mary Diiu
gerfield. of Alexandria.
Mia* Rosali" E. Stuart, who haH^pont
the winter in WaablogtOO and Alexan?
dria, has returned to "Cedar Grove,"
King George county.?[Frederickaburg
Dr. Hugh McGuire haB returned
from Ricbmond where be werjt 0:1 hc
count of tbe iilnes* of hia father, Dr.
Hunter McGuire. He reporis hia fath
er'a conditi"n uocbangtd.
Mr. B. W'beat, who ba-t been quite
aick for tbe pa-t few weeks, haa recov
ertd and 1- able to be out aghiu
City Enginevr'B T. Fenrlail. of Biltiin. le.
gpent yeat rday at hia o!d home in thia ut;.
ki-v. Father 2' oiem*r, of Fredericksl urg,
will condnct Eervices at St. Mary'a Church
LADIH3' FaIB AND BA/.AAR.?Thfe
lady friends of the Mechauic* Lodge
No. 3, Knight^ o.' Pythiaa, will ment to
nigbt at Sarepta Hall to make arrangf
niepta to bold a fair and bazaar. Tbe
entertain&jenta beretofore giveu under
tbe au8pioes oi thia lo 'ge are noted for
tbeir pleasantry aud nuoceea, and tb?
bazaar now ou baud promiaeB to be no
excepticp to the general rule. There
will be dancing every nigbt and tb*
committeta are now making arrangi -
menta to bave a musical und literan
feature each night during the progren
ofthe fair. An eflort will be made lo
aerure Mr. Pullizzi and ei-uer and Mup
Heleoe Lackaye, of Waehington, who
aaaieted at the entertainraent last Wed?
Nkw Telkphonk Company.?A
mooting of the rtceut purchasera ol th*
Houih Telephone Company was hel l
thia afternoon in the office of Mr. John
M. Jobneou, at wbich tbe jld OMkJMD]
v.n- reorganized under Ihe name of ?h?
Capital City Te epbone <'uopany witi.
the' following oflicera : Julian Taylor,
preaidenti Anthony W. Armatronir,
vice preeident; Titian W. Jahnain, f
Waehington, eecretary and trea-urer;
Franfia F. Marbury, manager. Dire<-:
ora, Julian Taylor, Anthony Arm
strong, Jobn M. JohMOa and Noble
Lindaey, of tbio fiity, and D. E Coura.v,
W. Tbom, Basil B. Gordon. David M.
NeWt)oid, jr., Arcbibald, H. Taylor,
Jaa. E iDgram, jr., of B^ltimore.
f ITY Enoineeb ? Tho atatement in
a Wasbington paper tbis morning that
Eogincer Dunn haa reaigned ia incor
rect, tbough it ia probable that he will,
at an early date, tender hia reaignation,
aB he haa eigrfded bia intention of at
oeptiog a poaition in thp government
service os aupervising architect at Col?
umbua, Ga., at a Balary t f $2,200. Mr.
Dunn haa asked for a phort leave of ab
aence and will )eav-i for 0 Imnbus to?
morrow to look over the fi<?id. The peo
pleof Alexandria recognizein Mr, Dunn
an excellent an efficient officer, and
while regretting to loone hin pervice*-,
wiah him aucctaa wherever be may gc.
M. P. Conkkbknck,?The Marvland
Auuual Conference of ihe Metbodist
Proteetant Cburch will convene in
WeatminiBter, Md., on Wedneeday. I'
will continue in seppion abou' aev?nor
eigbt daye. Preeident A. D. Melvin
will preaide. Tne churcb. in tbis city
wiil be represented by R-v. T. P. R?
velle and Mr. J. R. Catou Mr. R -
ve'.le will not be returned to this city.
He left here today.
VgNns AN1> the MooN.?There wi'l
b> a very pretty astrouomical epectacle
in the western fky thia evening if the
weatber ia clea'. Tbe moou and Ven
us will approacb one aootber to wlsbin
i?or adiatance ?qual to the apparent
diaroeterof tbemoor. ThtBphenomf
noo will take place at about 8 o'clock
bot tne apeciaile wiil continue to he a
beautiful one until both objecte have
Nkw Dkpot.?The Southorn RbII
way Company ia making preparationp
for theerectibn at an early date of a
handaome new depot weat ofthe prea
ent depot bullding. Tbe new butld
ing will be largo and commodioualy ar
ranged. with modern convenipncee,
with the seond atory fitted up for of
ficea, and will be an ornament to that
srclion of the city.
Mabch WBATHEB.-Tbe tempera?
ture or Marcb averaged 3? a day bf
low tbe no mal?tbat ia, tbe montb
waa oold aa oompared with tbe average
PFNNA. AVE ANDSF.VENTHbT,
Washington, D C.
Dally DellTeriea are Made in Aleian
The Two Most
Are fuit* and Millintry. An'l we've two
?pecial otr ringa for this week that will coyor ]
both?and piovido ytu with aa BM ortunily j
to snpily yruree'vea with tbe 0BCATB8T j
HATISFAOTION, and, what is more, at a j
vory OON8IDEBA Bl-E 8AVINO.
LADIES* TalUtR-HiDE SUITS. I
($*Ck A fcj Choice is of Blne and Oray
tJpc/aTcO and t*B*l fwhion?l>lo abadea,
i i new all-wnol weave", and mado un in
Eton and Tight-fitt ng ?tylo>. Oaati Hned
witb roliat.'eai ka?'.d aatin. (Jiugethcmon
?ir> haali ??"fll TIMY are:
m 1 A | fef Chni"ei?of!flHand 120
Jp J. ^t. ?'4-?.) -dui.lici'e; of Bolts we.
havo boen sellinjt at thosr pnor^. Wnetun'.
B'o?dr'oba, Hnnwpuns, ?'en(iary C'otha
and Coverti, in Ftop, (Vat an I TiahtfltUnH
alnpea. Moat atyli*h ard hest ^a!oo Fu ts
produrtd at tho re^ular prics
$10 SILK WAISTS M 15.95.
Wo conld h*vo markcd tb^3 $10, with
ev^ry qa?lity rijtht. Cumpare with othors at
$10 ? that'a proof. Good uM-iortiuent of sty ca
and robrinas, laeladlni liiim hundas and
TaJTataa ia Oray, Tan, Muc. Nile, Aatomo
bilo, otc. Don't mias this Waiit apicial?it'*
WOI.THUP TOI9, FOR
Vgde in our own work
ro in wiih lead i n f
Frcnch ni< delaaa nuide-;
ro!or, harnio y and sh*( o
Ixconii gnifS aro (Or.
Ct-mpare- tnat's ho# lo
judke valua?. Hats as cks.r*ble are rcsrked
record for the paat 30 yeara. The hiirh
eat teosperature occurn-d on tbe 88 0,
w*eo the tbermccaettr teichtd 08 .
Toe loweat temperaiure for the uiouth
waa 12?, on the 12 h.
CoURT.?The April term of the Ooft
poration CjuN wiil bru,\n next Moi -
day, but as tbe C'erk and City t?er
geant are both eaodMatea for rencmi
nainn before the dumcratir primtry
to be held on Tiwsdaythe court svlll
proboo'y adjourn on Monday till a later
day in the week, when a grand jury
will l? ? aummoned.
TO CUItK A OOIfU IN OHH DAY
Take LaZATITa BkoM') Quini.nk TABURB,
AU tlrUKK>ate rufund t'io niouey if It f?ile to
cure E W. Uboveh'u aisnature on e?ch
box, 25c. _
Mia. Calvin Zimmermau; Mileahuig, Pa.,
saya, "As a apeedy curo for cou*h', colda.
croup and sore tbroat 0m MlMtaOaagh (un
ia uncqnsled, 1; is plcasn t loi childn-n to
take. I heartily recommend it lo ruotbera."
It is only a hanul bj rtiiudytlm pro<iu<:.<*
unniediate reault-". It curta bronchitiR, ineu
monU, arippeatd throat and lunjr, disuates
Ii wili preventconauroi'tion.
*fo Curo t'onatlpiitlon Forovcr.
fakaOaaoarata Cand/Cathart.c Naorassa
II C C- C- taU to cure Oaaaytstj r?.fon<? monrs
Complaint ia made of ntone throwing
by bad boya iu tbe etreeta.
A fine aetter dog, oelonging to Mr.
L-juis Krallc, died last night.
The Woman'a Auxi i ?ry arill meet tc
morrow af'.ernoon at '& o'clock iu Lee
Tne receipta of rnh have bpen ligbt
for tbe paat few da>8 and pricea ahow
but ulight changed.
It doean't make mucb ditlerenco
wbetber March went out like a lion or
a lamb, just ao it went out.
The etat'on at li verwide l'ark, on the
electric rallway, tbia side of Mt, Ver
non, washurned yeatfrday,
Mr. A. O. Travia fcll from a acaf
fold at Portner'a brewery on Ssturday
evening and waa painfuliy burt.
A meeaage waa received bere today
from Staunton ? atingthat young Hay
wood, of thiscify, died at the boapital
Tberemaina of D?nniq A'kinp, wbo
died at the Waahington Anylum bot
pital yeeterday, were brought here to
d?y for interment,
A large mimb-r of at.-angera viailed
Cbrlat Church yesterdny abere Ibey
beard an excellenr. -^rmori, but were
mucb disapiKunted in tbe aingiug.
At ('oarlotteaviile on Saturday even
ijg the Univerai y of Virgu it baseball
team defeated the club from tbe Epi
copal Hi?b Scbool by a acore of 16
All FooPs Day was obaerved quietly
yeaterday by jeatera tbroughout tbe city.
Tbe fact tbat tbe day fellonSunday did
mucb to preveot tbe more boiateroua
metbods of observance.
C'ipt. Peter OeoKbegan and Puraer
Piikerton, of tbeNorfolk line eteamer
Newport Newa, have been furluugbed.
Cap'. Luckett is now in cotnmaod of
tbe Newport Newa.
Tbe ferry steamer Columbia waa oll
tbe lioe yeeterday for aome aligbt re
1)11 Y GOODS.
Oarbusinps* honrs from
now on aro from 8 a. ? to 6 p.
10th. Uth Iffi F Ms.. N. W.
The Special Easter Exhibit of
Ib a real, prartieal drmonatration of colors
aty of, and fabrica aa abown by tbe loadii.g
inodiatea at home and abroad.
In thia connection will be abown today ad
ditunal reoont arr<vala through the George
town CuMtom-tiou-o of Forelgn Dreaa Btuffa,
rOI EA8TEB OOWN8.
Special roferonce ia made to the medium
piko dreae goode
Aidrberkr, al'-wo<), intonded eapecially
for woinon'a waisteand cbildren'adreaaca.
38 incbea wide-$1.00 a yard.
Silk and Wool, in paatel ahadinga and a
great variety of tbe more ataple ahadea.
40 inchea wide?$ 1.25 a yard.
All-wool, tho ideal aoft. abeer, cliaging fab
rie that diapea ao cffectivr-ly.
40 inchea wide-$l.00 a yard.
A tery ahecr, -c't. and elinglng fabric.
44 incbea wide?$1.25 a yard.
OAMEUt HA1B OBENADINF,
An evcr-popular and ell'iitive dreaa fabrin,
that doca not cruab.
45 inchea wido?$1.50 a yard.
All-wool, \ a y ali' cr and dolightfully aoft
42 inchea wide?$1.60 a yard
43 incbea wide -$1.50 ? yard.
Ligbt-weiglit arid very aoft tini-li.
46 inchea wide?$2.50 a yard.
PLTS8E CBEP >N, OB CBEPON K\YE.
45 it chea wide?$2.50 a yaid,
Dainty Cotton Waists,
For we-r with separata akirta and tailor
gowna, for afttrnoon and tvtninn coraaiona.
Mxteriala are tbe. flneat and daintii-t of
Mouaaeliriee, Chiffi>na, Diniitie*, Peraian
Lnwna, aDd other abner fabrica J'liii.m n?M
tro variously comnosed of All ai'k Wash Blb
I on<. in white. h aek, and na-tel ahading*.
and i xquHiio 1 acea and Fmbroideriea.
Alao vtry bftautiful rffo<ti iu Silk Embroid
ered Mull an,1 Mouseelino Waiata?tucked.
ahirred, or oiherwiie etf etively trimmed.
Th??y Facgein Price l.'p to $?5 Each.
,tm-GOODS DEL1VRRRD IN ALSKAt
Woodward & Lothrop,
ioth, i ith & F Sts., n. w,,
Washington, D C.
pairs. Mr. Ricbard Webster haa been
reappointed engineer on the Columbia
in place of Mr. Robert Qrigsby.
A deed wea put on record in Waeb
ton on Saturday by Capt Josepb E.
Willard tranefening the Willard Hotel
propertv to trusteeB for the Virginia
Hotel Companv. Tho purcbaae price
named ia $500,000.
Frtderick L^nchurg waa arreated hst
night. It ia naid that he hid a piatol
and had ttireatened to ahoot two pec
ple. Wben pearched no weapon was
fouud upon him and (bia morning he
forfeited bU rollateral. Recently he
took laudanum on accouot of domeatic
Twenty colored people were baptized
by Rev. Johnaou, of Z'on Cburcb, in
tbe river ofl old Battery Rodgera yee
terdtiy in the presetcn of a large Dum
b<r of epectaiors. One of tbose im?
ni'T-td, a large woman, loet her fooi
ing aud in her eflorta to regain an up
right praition pulled the preacher
p irtlv under the wator with her, caug
,ng pome commotion for a time.
Tbe Alexandria jail baa fifteen in
matea, including more priaonera charg
ed witb bigh cnnivH than haa been tbe
caee for many montba. Two men,
cbarged witb murder, are there?Tom
E'aey, cbarged with kilhng VV111 i-m
Pinckney, and Frank Payne, cbarged
with killing Tnomes Bryaof. A color?
ed man named Dorsey Ia there, wait
ing trial in the United Btates \)ourl for
robbing tbe poatoflice in Lovettaville,
Loudoun county, aa are alao Barry and
Clark, cbarged with oirculating bogUB
Bilver dollars here.
Sonio exritemeiu waa occaaioned In tbe
Firtt ward tbis evening by a dog helonaing to
al. Wilaon, colored. Tho animal bit three
children and waa pur?ued by a crowd to the
ahip yard where it waa abot by ita owner, and
the body throwu overbo?rl.
The Pol ce Commiaeionera havo not yet
been called to meet and the caae of Officer
Spinka reiuaina nnacted upon.
Iti;d Hot From The Gun
Was tbe ball that hit O. B. Steadman,
of Newark, Micb. in the Civil War.
It caueed borrible Ulcera that no trea*
raent helped for 20 yeare. Tben Buck
len'a Arulca Salve cured bim. Curea
CutB, Bruisea, Burne, Boile, Felona,
Corna, Skiu Eruptione. Beat Pile cure
on earth. 25 cente a box. Care
euaranteed. Sold by E. S. Leadbeater
Hnw Arr Yoar Kldney* ?
Dr. Hobbs'Pp.-irairus I'lllsourrall kirtncy llia. 8*n>
etefra*. Add. buirliiu' lUjipedyOi .Cbicaeoo* bl ?
M. B. Siuitb, Butternut, Mich., aeya, ' De
Witt'a Little Earlv Biaera are the very beat
pilla evcr uaed fu/rnativaneea. livoi and bow.
MIHs LOUISE AITCHESON
Beapoeifully invites you to inapect her
srRING * SUMMER MILLINERY
At her Store, 524 King 8Ue*t,
WEDNE8DAY AND THDB8DAY, APBIL
ap'2 3t_4th a.?p 6th._
ASPHALT RUBBER PAINT CO.
Tueir Office to 210 Kiog 8treet and are
BEADY FOB BUblNESe.
Aa a jtartar they will paint Ten (10) Boofa
FBKE OF I'HABUE. Drop poatal or call for
furthei paiticulara, ap2 lw?
See the New
80 DAINTY, 80 ATTBACTIVF. 80 00M
FOBTABLF 80 KVEBLA8TING,
That's the featnre of tbe new "AMEBICAN
LADY," that we wish to tell of. Fo everlast
ing. Only S 1 00 for the new "American
Lady," a little prloe (or tbe beat flttlng coriet
.jJtrfiuarantw'. If the "American Lady"
breaks over the hipa a new cor.iet promptly
furniahed. The guaraatce appliin equally to
lvliea weighing 90 to 250 pounda. Styles
are here to bost duit all flgnres,
18 ANOTHEB NEW "AMEBICAN LAIA
Or rather an old favorite
with a new feature, and
thia is tbe new feature
Each stay is piped with
liglit blue or pink, crest
ing a pietty effect, form
ing a double covering over
each atay and absolately
preTentlng the stay from
pucchlng throngb. Edged
with Urfi top and bottom,
with silk daisy ribbon set in.
Tjie Price is $1.00
?nd with them goes this susrantee, "If tho
strela puneb through within any reasonable
tlino," yoa get a new pair of eorseta.
316 KING STREET.
OUR SRECIAL BRAND
ONLY IN BOTTLES. *
ROBERT PORTNER BREWING f 0.
RACE COURSE AT BENNIN6S D.C
Spring Mceting, 1900.
Five Races Daily.
ITALIAN IN8ECT POWDKB
A freah supply today at
WABFIELD A HAM/g,
Coroer Priaea aad Fairfax straeU,
S wan Bros
(Successors to J. R. Chapraan)
NOS. 424-426 KING STREET.
Ouratoreiain ita8nmmer Attiro and yon ara oordially invited to atteud onr 8PRTN?
AND IUHMEB OPENING. Wa are i.pl.ying . very choice line o? New utto-laYa
Merchandiee. qaality and prioee goaranteed, aad money chaeifnlly refanded whendoaired.
Ladies' Summer Shirt Vaists.
We are ahowing a choice aaaaortment of Naw Percale and Madraa 8hirt Waiata Onr line
ia very large, the atylea ara tha lateat. Early purchaaen will nnd aoma beautiful patterna to
selectfrom. We quote a few prioee aa followa: "
Styllah Percale and Madraa Waiata, at,.?___._ 49C<
8tyliah Percale and Madraa Waiata, at_..___._ 5 9?'
Stylieh Percale and Madraa waiata, ai_. . . 7 v3C
Styliah Percaleand Madraa Waiata, at.-??......,_ .?aaaaaaae. 89?'
Styliah Percale and Madraa Waiata, at..,..,? .mm _^ Q Qc.
ALSO A FULL LINE OF 8TYLI8H WHITE WAI8T8.
Men's Summer Negligee Shirts.
Our line of Men'a Summer Negligee Shirta ooaeiat of the beat nakea ont?
and lateat atylea coiubioed with the beat patterna obUinable
We eell a good Percale Shirt for.. '*kOc?
We aell a good Madraa Negligee Shirt for.?.tmm._ 7 0C
We sell a goed Madraa Negligee Sbirt for. ? J .00
Woaell the beat Manhattan Madraa Shirt formmmm,. SjI.oO
Men'a Medium-weight Underwear.
Our atock ia complote witb a fuU line of Men'a Medium-weight Underwear
Juat the proper weight for thia kiud of waather. wnuerwear,
We have both White and Gray for...?..
An elegant aaaortment of Pulley Belta.
25c and 50c eacb.
PULLEY BELT SETS.
Ja8t received a very beautiful aaaortmeat
of Pulley Belt Beta. which iuclodee tho buckla
25 and 50c each.
PULLEY BELT RINGS.
Maay pretty Pulley Belt Binga, in aeveral
8ee the NEW PATENT SNAP HOOK
200 yarda good Unbleachod Poiton,
3 l-2c yard.
One raee of good 8cofh Lawns.
The beat Bleaehed Cotton, iu ahort lengtha.
25 piacea of good Table Oil Cloth.
Good Window 8had?a with flxtuiea.
Buy the beat patterna, whicj, ara thef-tand
424-426 King atreet.
Washington Storea 1810 and 2808 14th st.
|s**flamaay SHU the Bmt.
BECEIYED THIS DATE, MABC8 7.
A new fine preparatioo for
nice desserts, containing
NO corn starch, just
For aale by
Very Fine Goods,
I DO NOT 8XLL CHJUF
Spring, tunahine and balmy air are moru
than bada and blossoma. They bring boauti
ful noTelties that dellgbt the eyeat prices
pleasing to the pocketbook.
Ladies bay Dress Gooda with the utmoat
eonfldenoe from us, well aatiafled that tbe
fabrici ahown are tbe beat of tbeir kiud.
Space does not permit na to enuuerate in
full, but we mention in part aome of apecial
Camels' Mair do.
Wide and Narrow Oord Poplln, #1.25, at
Corded Poplins. Ajfc t0 aee them. 40c.
Job 0-4 Camela' Hair Ch. viot, 75c.
Batiste and Nun'a Veilw ?, a ligitweight
fabrie; tbe vogue for sprtag aud gummer
Brilliantina, 40c, now 30c.
60c, " 50c,
75a. ?? 60c.
4S-inch Silk'warp Lantrfow., fine, S1.25,
Oreat reduction in Crepon.
In all of tbe neweat abades and weaves.
Honospun Caeriots, Febble Clotb, Oash.
Colored and Black fcilks and Satina.
3-4 Percales, 5e.
33-inch Chambry, 1 oc. now 8c.
W. flva trade diacofcnt coopons.