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PinO@b w eem seftood to Pim to elms the omm zatre wook Iaotaftl Is Me fotog iz Parmb up to $1.48 yatumd to Me. pftmois up to S&0 48 edue tO 6250& bernmi up to 07.5 0edued to 2-9L. Pwberar to $7.91 roudito O&.90 peni u. tPOM 19 "uN o SSn W.~3 SumT AT HALY RaE pube Pon ft bomue we bsvsmt rorn ftam me pinrp Ib- me, an mshwy smm"e; MWtl mem we wea" to diepose of tuem or OW& $8 Gmuixu Dar. $2. I1e Lamm-a.y ami at tber. but J" as go" "m Ift ecm futehip -eeii be a*meaft slow fooff lust Osm& COEUMIATIOI "7 0r WAISTS lot I-Ommsn Pna g.n In dt osi ft. ft mm L Stame we" betbam 0.50; m Were a eekh m~i"101,40"101t6 I'" S-Cbewta.= moo" RnWoutsa a Gmmas. se am=& burn 61.10 UUS d 13. Aisetbe onbnd bes. "Ve G 5.a Pis ch anbe somo b dto 4s La-otm *-m MWINebb. roed *arn mu.0 1@9o91 rntthlioasW ilum laS &-Tm embaSIME Waist Otn have bemi w- p pomulatmilov hem bins. fort SLOkM Xawy. O b a ovlsol Abe MmbokM "On Mt% a w fywadmv ~r sba adlaurn. so that v mw hoep yvis tisturnd caucerming smm-bleh 1100411 -a o we wes small to am ut-694oua pefrome a P&Oe Rt it tme Mo" bb tora Imawt shnmom LAd we oeft aemat as saw baubbe to pworngt ami ft IUNIONOW INIMO maytagodt oc OWr wIL 2= PALAU 0h. NAvy IBLuR Dam. (iIom AT SCIAL6 &Mu 'PMM Tur DAyS OULL. &&IN& mtem slow 41 ginaw. Ib.L ped Abamb Stmm Cloak So& quAWr. Sw d7e. Y-& 11dach Wad ftesa. 4 lowt. bw Is. ma nim sw Seek t. 75s. quilty. beib W&Ye 55a* hiha so6 Ow S& qufty. Am 4@ W& duisa swebem a&ua goonw. soed4" Yat or% Ion. to e frnin Sme 0619b goods am Ihigeebe wMbad .56k. ape" 1.1 Eb UMmwito Ar EU. U. emabee. be g B 0 W MAR CHE Fm P' W W P uwi4 .. * I. W W e .. .De&sday' waein s ef m dewen same theyet. We pramisied he a **grS~M,'Zet Mamim Underwear e mnsatmaed in Wahimte, with do - ,d we have furly bet em wed. =Mar mock nt stop malling ur II Shoe esoeordioary values we goes. The wha vme inable to -e waited spas in thes .atmsay aboulM n"g a Ue -ami. "a v vat have s ename lidetial We have' %ad a word about the high malty ot ate Underemr. because we real INme ea" es aes good a judge a we an and will' -atly resagalms their superior wokmn-emp ad Sumb. Don't ask for am* theaa stdye e o e each garmest. awe tish el of patromn to share in oar god frtunas. Bee is the list again: DAuawa. AT Two-Tata. R001.a. diab? line EMali Drawurs, toed mrime um, with four tucks above Ms. be ram*. pake band. Waet o Wes. Drueers aisemkere. Our prEs, lb. Per pe r. ae. Te siom et rine Mmali Drawers. 4i eaebroaere rase, with cluster W. of tas above. WiU ese Wou As. aes- Draer, vAsre. Our pri. . upr. . hine , brio Drawere, with 4-mch raue AN vahaume let. with two 78e.. lanme at Make above, yoke band. Drawere. WBlmle g s. "eL"ae. Our pries. Oe. wo. per -ei. "mn Cabria Drawers, wit deep plot Valenadm "e. and Valeaiemnes . Ie tsean With two clusters of fine Disuera , tock above. WlWl teut. elews'ss. 41. Gow,. AT Two-Tr.D. RwGUa. FEmigrade Umlta Gowns. with tucked yoke and emanbete rae arond nek and Me. ,seves. hr smves, pearl battoas. WFlU Geow, goet sa s.sleswkers. Our prI1e, Us. Ms. ewek te Muslin Gown. pointed yoke of ae tusks, with cambri rade around neek, Me. sleeves and yoag, high sleeves, pearl but- Geese, "m. WE Um sea se. eausWherm. Our W. ris. ad. seA. Two styl of line Muslim Gowns. pointed yoke. ine tucks. with two and four 0 ad Me rows of embroidered insertion in the yoke. Gowns, eambroiderededgearound neck. sleeves and I0e. yoke, high sleeves. WIU cost you - snd Me. elerAwers Our prfes, me. eA. Two styles of Fine Muslin Gowns, bias yoke of An tnks and Ifamburw Inserting. surplice neck. With Ane anbroidered uf- Doller e around neck. sleeves and yoke. Will 'o co aes 0 slesacre. Our pries. 7*. SKTewachs zo~L sc 8.1.m Two.,.TaauRxo.u aPce. ine mlIta .kif I, with 5-iach tucked 50. eambric radie. cluster of Sucks in and above ad the ruae. well amade, good stout muslin. M6e. Will cost oeu SL. md 6Wc. elseuhers. Our SkErts, - Me. ss. Ms. Nine Muslin ihi. with deep tuck. c: cambric radE efsd 9it embroidery. clue- 75c. tar of tueks above the rum. finished with Skte, yake band. wVas yl ou 5.. aiershker. ss. Our prism J. eea. 9 handsome styles of Musina Xkirts, with dimp embeoideyr ve.with cluster of tucks above the ree.yoke band. Style No.1fie mlst eL elseAsa. Our priEs. Me Bde Jr. 2 w m ym f1. 75 elsehers. Our Wrnes. e seA. SItle se. S vat ce you 818111 elsewhere, Our pres. 41.01 e1A. Wine Muslim Skbts. wih tucked ambreo r~e., with wile Iaserting sad deep edge of 61.79 ame Me"et lace. Vll emot y" U 75 else. SAte. where. Ou grs, 1.5 A. $1.35. CamS CoVu. 4 Tmx. Orr. Whie we have other Corset Covers at hIser and lower pe ,e. today we aimply MUnstatiSon to 11 2S1llwng twoeztra ordinary values: Wine Cambo% demsst Covers, Preach bak (pesreat ItIng). square neck of &4nch ems- 75. hoilsry. fiished in herringbone trim- Corset im am nek- ad armholesedsed with Comers. emboaidery. WWS seat Yes 76.. fseeers. 4e, Our prEso,"h. ee. libeCambric cereet Covers, with square sek of 5-t. Point de Paris lace. run with M. fte ialhrhbbo. neck and armholes edfed Coret with lace.Ilse wi pearl buttom. Wll Corer,1 se you Me. elsekwhe. Our pries. Oft. eaeh. 9. NOTC.-Eztra force has beedetailed in thidepartment in order to wait upon all e... with Promptas .nd satiaction. TER BOI 3 A.C , 314 Aim 016 7Tz ST. N. W. W~r. B.. TAXAw. .e. t dayse h w h a os n aeo c'" a mas~ more mosey. 8.8. SaUaDD& Bo.. 432 92.Sr. MliNiNIX: FONDA. 207 PL.Av.N. W. S8x-z. Coa.gz. AT 39g. lines. themutihin the amS st a1L Dea't Js e be M bhe lowaam ties. Thau are made et l.. lie.. m...c..tbe e.l .....tr.,.ses .mm merC.bt at U..8.an 6 pai. A1 Ommua. I. Lazn War.m .. Ar 670. . 0... Cova AT 12c. 12k0 Ja... Fm., &c Mann.~ Fm1n & Com.,*r. 80?"PL. A. N.W. W. M.a --- 8.. wasesammra, seam anU ssan W . inWIW00. E. sa, ee?aam s miss v a m - -a& nemarp ggm - - .mM - 3aIm -smng wamsaessa WO.MwAw AND Larzo.,. I 1 T AND F STS. L W.. b 0fL 319 TOMOSEOW. TWM AT. d --1.2M8 PAER@a_. Pen Ru11m D.Em S.IEL.D At Werr.ted hsrati.... -o whie ... ?u ... Sm i.L.. gmea -ase -aes4 They age Elsiaml' "'0em." "'Partty.'' ''Tiole.'' ''M "3sauty." Ulam . 2an4 S. ChObet lOt P=E. Res.. SIEL.D.. At C N. *pair. White. Tan. GrayW.. includtg mlsi-ts --Om...--..a.Id..l.--..Sar.-a.. enoo t these andly asommery to tell ya thm" pls w ury usosai r that mossh of Drses SremMs. R..ly every weam.own that ---le-. ..m.. dr- - worh considera .y Center tabe. (latm or.......................11 IM . building.) -0 IN LACE DEPARTIMERI. No TARDS BRLwa Sn. LACE DaPnT NETS. Three designa.-eame as MlI at f1.80 until re. eapt of this let. You can boy them now for 3 -.25 a yard. A LOT 02* PAW Ble...e.ow. Pink. Uam od... with blaak polka dots. 48 iuohea wide ( 314f wider han Ms 41.00 plai Chtjlp). ---Oe. a yard. (First door ............................2 anni.) IN WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT. A SPECIAL IN* - BI.Ac SATIN P.AD LAWNS. .5(0 yards-warnted absolutely faiblak -17o. quality. -13de. a yard. (2dSoor......................11th at. bUlding.) ------ IN DEDWEAR DEPARTMENT. TERRE SPECIAL LOTS O COTTON PI.LOW CA... At Ms vrie Qf the mtusin. 20M3B, I1.; 23$x3S. 12ML. 22zM aud 29%x3. -15C. (2d door............................1 1mt . bldg.) ----- IN KAMBURG DEPARTMENT. A lot of HESTITCHAD AND ROIDERED S.I.u FI.OrmcINO -At 50o. syard, orl.25%apttern. 43 Itebee wide-4wenty designs-extra god elam of Embroidery at that price-al beah .ood.. (3AtSaQr....................th . bd'g.) IN DOMESEIC DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. HALF-WOOL CUMME -11e. a yard Lae varety-god styl-. FIFTY PIECES Fm Zmp.Tz GIN....' 25c. grade, --3e. a Fard. CM Soer............................06 amm) I at IN LADIES' KNITTED UND3ERWE 20 Dozes Swiss RBBED COTTON VESTs. White. low neck and no sleve. -12. M Dares SwIss RImzED COTON VESTv. White ad E r. low neck and no sleeos. * 4 M Dems Swiss RIsaE CoTOx VEsT.. White, low neck and no sleeves. nook and ar= holes run with silk tape. lst Sor.......................3 ann.) SLVR WARE DEPARTMENT. Rogers' Triple-plated EniT.e, medium and desart siza. --1.aseL Rogers' Triple-plated Forks. -1.68 ( a set Rogers' Triple-plated Berry Spoons In satin lined boxos. -1.25 and i85. Eager.' Triple-plated Salts and Puppes, -500e. per pair. Triple-plated Butter Knives, ald silver (PIet0 Saar...............1th il. buildiag.) TRAvEIII GOOD.. If thge Is any one department that has had are thought and energy put Into it tha smother it Is our trafling goods. The daIy ss show that onr labor has aot been in ala. We have the proper kinds In a diversthetas eortenet. Our prices are acknowledged by aR who have er.m=da the etoek to he eorret. If you have ths aandewo of a used in this direc im essial esa.a.tmme- is vedneisd, We are msesd that you wil may this Is a madel dsemrt**--*omplt in every periculer. Hate are some late arrivals: No. 15. --Tama.' Flat-top avas Drums Trun. hard-wood slats, ast ainmps. sil tre bottom. sheet-Iran hiadin== timee S-insh strap Mages, later be.dh== retainrsi vat amoa good strog brass lock. heavy look bha,. large set-p tray wIth hat box. Ug anbss. U insbes. Mis.uas== Stinehes. SOIL e.Y. SLg0. SL75. * iaches. U lubes, 40 nhes= *840 08.55. ST.50.. . No. 100-.,-The asl Trunk ef he kind that -a possibly be amade. Canvas sovoel. boa et bums wod passe thsespy "altesese top, beemd with eelsssr.sa~ breisbumpuse ga aoresnrs amo the edges. ataeeed valaes band, exts utbewg stee hnge baseion besa. teenala.--m'le erssbs bes 1rsh Mesa flstas. sil-p teay wit inee het hex er itrla diess eretimeaemis mes. ea deems tray. heavy taa bdelail e '"asitr * touhes. It M s U bes. Eo. 311-46< Nar Gab kag reat araheser; i haa emseribea keai se ed beam. sad inlky:aeshe beethe hade; s- bambel leak ad eatnisa May r r hegbgsspem e has w iso tasme bet. m sg M. Bes~a rn-r ...., ,Q.4 o vt the Gan h ra p am. ffou want en my Cuelsturide Clthhg at Jus6 ONEMALF h ste m fatre. Dont put yor vMs of Bg me day t aother, ta what you may have sef a bua We ago Ast pleased yu may he seld whem yes e 0 look farM. Though our stock to om=ma=y ae"e Rd --etoe exclasve, when eme styie te sold owt mether takes its place. We. thaedoref, 4old ad""me ou not to deley sour wisit. but cej aNd look ateam Dods TODAY and matisfy yourslt that 'VE ARE TIE PEOPLE AND SHOULD 2E RECOGNIZED." Our range et pces. don"' *bange bam one day t mother, even though the demand was great. Yem an"sil get for 13c. Chimrse's " Pants. or two pifr farSs. 20C. ChIldrea's Ideen Dusters; cheap at 61.3. afe. Chidrent% Suits, 8diferent shadre 4 to I. 61.87 hlhdren's All-wool Sats; coatseaed cheaep at 3.75. $4.50 e..A-woolWontd(.tHped)..t.; wo r S. [an's Meo Suite (satin facing); coat wholesale 010. OUR SS.75 LEADER. l'e Satin-lined Custom-made Suits; worth 615.75. .8575 [an' Priae Albert Corksrew uits; a bargain at01&.. 50a en*'s Black Alpaeca Coats; not the cost of labor. 15e. M.. O..e Coet. a n.w supply juste,...d 41.25 V la's Mohair Coats and Vests; assorted styles and shades. C OUR 38.50 LEADER, 1. [on's Handsome Seise Suit., with or without satin , facting tz hsn's Vin DrMp D'Ets and Silk Moat Coat. and Vests. $3.27 "0ps' Ezoslent School or Business Suits; cost $5.50. i Boys' Light Cap Suit.; worth regular. 610. 650. hsn's White and Fancy Vests; cost $1.50 to make. 61.25 len's Fine Black Alpaca Vests; considered verycheap. WF HAVE MANY MORE BARGAINS TOO NU. erous to mention here, but we will guarantee you atisfaction in every respect. Don't think for a mo Mint that you cannot be suited because we are selling 3 many goods, for we have not beam able to put all be goods we have on our tables for the want of room. 'he amount of goods sold last Saturday has given as chane* to open ive case. of goods. comprising Light nd Fancy Suits of new designs and patterns. Make Syour business to call and look at our wooda we pur baing elsewhere. 7TH AND D STS. Robinson & Parker% Old Stand. CANNON BALL CLOTHING 00. BAKER A NELSON. Managers. it EBB t U H NM No - 8 BB L U U NMM BBB LLIL UU M M SPECIAL ONE WEEK SALE! Anothergreat umark-down Matting sale. We shall lase an sale for one week O00 rolls Choicest Chinese ad Japanese Mattings. Such a great variety of pat srns no other house In this city can show you or noue such low prices. 15c. Heavy White Chinese Matting, Ikc. per yard. 900. Heavy Fancy Chinese Matting. 12e. per ard. 25o. Heavy Fancy Chinese Mattings. 17e, per yard. Ma. Ba"t Imperial Fancy Chinsas Maitings. l0. par ard. e. Best Imperial Chinese White Matting. 64 wide. 0C. per yrd. S0c. Cotton Warp Japese= Seamless Fancy Mat ings. 29. per yard. a0s. Jute WarJapanese Seamless Funny MAting.. 0L. Per Yard. Me. Hemp Warp Japanese Seamlesa Fancy Mat aga. No. per yard. M0e. Best Grade Japanse Damask Seamless Mat kws. 20& per yard. 50c. Best Grade Japanese Sa=des= Insted Mat lns., 29". per yard. REMNANT DEPARTMENT. Just received. will place on sale Monday. June 13: Five cases Printed Lawns. 1%c. per yard. Two eases Black and White Mourning Satine, 15c. uaslity. for 7%e. per yard. One case Chantilly Suiting. 5c. per yard. Oneease Psecales. lied ground with Black or igures. c. per yard. One case Chevron Suitings. 7c. per yard. One case satins Chevron Buitings. 9$6. per yard, One case Cameo Drapery. 9c. par yard. One case All-wool Challies. 11W-. per yard. Bear in mind this sale terminates Saturday. June S. 1MW@. RBBBB U T MM M 8 uB LU U MMM UU I I 8 NU 1.11,4t 74S. 745 AND 747 8TE ST. 5.E. IN EIOUSEKEEPEBS W3O HAvE .FOR YEARS HARROWED THEIR BRAINS YVEN TEE QUESTION, , P "ROW CAN I ENJOY THE COMFORTS OF p .11E WIOUT SUFFERING ITS UNTOLD IEriEmR," '' AYE FOUND ITS PRACTICAL OLUTION IN OUR al EQUITABLE p SYSTEM, WHICH NOT ONLY IOVIDES IN ADYANCE THE ENDEARMENTS &F DOMESTIC FELICITY. BUT AFFORDS YOU 'R MEANS OF PAYING FOR THEM FROM THE MALL WEELTY OR MONTHLY SAYINGS ON 'OUR DAILY TO. mrLIABrE HOUSEEZPERS CAN SELECT NY ARTICLE PROM OUR HANDSOME LINE F FURNITURE. CARPETS, MATTINGS. RE. RIGERATORS, GAS AND VAPOR VTOVES AND IAgY maarRAS, REVEL' IN THE SPLENDOR &F TRIR POSSESSION AND YET RE FEE SOM THE InANY BURDENS IMPOSED BY A ERIGELY CASE SYSTEM. CASE AND CREDIT HOUSES. 17..U10, M81 AND m 7TB ST. jul1 M ASS. AVE. N.W. [. Mm. OuTnr. 8.... 50. 0. . ... - !a . a. B. lant U Mange hSQ~4sM TO ALL OTEE PUBEImN Tax BOo AND BESTORI3G Tom HEALTH AND STRENT. A135.. SA..An.'.. is THE BTANDARD SPEMo OR BCROFULA. CATAURE. RHEUMATISM AND CURE. OT..... WIU.L Cu YOU. IR. WINULOW's W 00TING 513P .bese red fver FITT TRA mW IFrlO MOTHERS for tbir CEILD3EN WKIL3 TW G with PERFECT 00080. A 00T1 1 FILD. SOFTENS 0h GB0 . ALLAT an P"T LTRES WIND OOLIC m it 00e sem1y I IARRE(ZA. Sold by r1 81 every p t St I Drld. Ie sure and ask for "Ma. Wbmisbs East ymp"and take .D other tim. Megt a ben On YrSPEPBA USE BROWN'S IRON BITTMG, Physcliafe resommmadilt. Wdenkcptt. $pper Otie 0 mark andt i a ft a nd P. e ITLIOUSNPAS C!O11UIPAIN.T91"Wi~ )&e.. c-ured. it lAteorhF r7ll.s raples tree. & L CURB VITHOUT MEDICINE Dr. f. 81ans **Eeotropebte Vetaem" Oxyren (by absorption) Is a cure fur distan without madlein., by a sample play spaS mature's lawu. This wonderful measm by which healthi so quickly restored is the Inventiet Dr. Sanche. an able Physician and Geoalet, who has spent thirty-five years ot his Ufe upon it and forth. pat few years hea plaa it before the public as a speedy masom by which the sick wre healed. To many this will 14 a new treatment ad yet thousands of the' above "ELECTRO POIS8" have been sold throimhout the Utnited States and hundred herIn Wsh lngton. The Electrpoitse "Viceary" ina sure cure for Rheumaihelms. lnGm... Nar. vougnems. Indimg om. Malla. Oomeft Son. Kidney and Liver Diseas. be.. and this fact is comelusively proven by frutgE% testimony of reliable witeses.m We wio be glad to show the large number at Washincton Testmomialsestivd.as well as those from reputable persons throeaohet the country. In many cases the anoet W reculous cures MAd bWon beted. If yes wish to secure the "ELECTROPOISE VICTORY.' It en evss, be obtained at the oSee at MI1 LULA LENMAN1, who has had a wile and varied experience In the t asI at chronia teas. Maving reesived her ta structions from Dr. Sanehe -mmslL the inventor of the Electropese **Vitory." be is prepared to explain and prove its asay virtuas. A book of explicit direcmem me companies each istrumaest. Us seIN gotthe . "ELzcTROPOgu VICTORY.. Ofoe hour. 12 to 2 p.m., 3 to 6 p.m. MISS LULA LENIAN. 51 F at. mw.. -6. Washington. D. 0. HoTEI AND FAMILIS houl4Lgive the -ftKST"beatrial; tha@11 give merits fer urity. o BB K U? T it AA Xfj N B AA 4 K AB A AN NN K UU P P' p ro ff0 B P COli~La. P a R c00 REE %6S* STILL PREVAIL AT a THE WARREN S03 HOU.. .1115 F ST. N. W. Our oferinga now are: One lot IAdies' 04 aouthern Tis at W.50 per'pe ostly D and E widths. Two lots Ladies' Hand-aswed Turn Beets at S. r pair. Regular 64.50 boot. One lot Indie' 61 Oxforda, aeen las. E.50 per pair. One lot Ladies' Patest Tip Oxfarda a U I sir. Worth es.50. Three Iota Mess 66.50 Patsat 0.3 t.h at W6 sir. One lot Men's 66.50 Eammns 0.it Sinch.,rBeal. L.75 per pear. One lot Men's 66 EKagaro.Oateedsat S6ler pa* About 50 peramzanutwres' simpiasaee ad 64 Oxford. at 61.85 par pa. The ices ram be to . narow widtha. One lot Ladiee' 3Rin se Mew atM g uir. Sold for 63. One lot Ladies' Bust Reine Bset. et S2.U. P TII. W.. S.0. Hamm 1115 F S~a. N.W., L.A. R. HAT. A.D CM 0. A. 1. 003D6 AND WRUATm. 0. A. 5. SWORDS AND BEE.TS. G. A. 3. PATENT B5ram3*r15 3UTT03 0. A. 5. MaMa3EAt manaar. 5. A. 3. sLOM 3WT QUALITT AND IdWWT a. t m. ILETARY AND 60053T??gggigg )Ua Em. 8..O, Be.. A Wm uAsasessed - maa awmMe aWe.Mwsainit . saiebesuMdagfmaa.at Sa. wsesueS.6msmmat MU. Ta .uns A#esssemsm - eslni e~asmae T. TL1se 2d EDITION. ELKS AT BUFFALO. E L ay a O.mdat ftr is Pumt OM, lIRE FAiL B A11l1 FISH TIIS. Labor and Capital May Have a Stfuggle at Cafnegie's Works. THRONGDG TO BE CURED. 093KI NAT A O*NDIDAU - .-a Hau a an loae . aurtsa. IL ., Jam 18-n. Geme Ledge and dai samml muales of the e-eveleut - Oede f Es e me in "Ctheity today for a taw ag. m-. n a...m . r..t has a mu.d. w bse.ef thke log.....~ .land t leep.atedOa.fy,M Em wm be in at e t A hat awt votM Smba *-.-.fratee-'ia"t a. town o twed arrived A ar wned ter .-- teroad mo g ther go re LoTselod, aeeretaryAnen 0. MyONe. C&rnd Exalte . ae ~i .Hay enme in with the Washing -nLn elbau r nam " =ar a JM aeb tAkewthe Meedveveego -','am e arrvled L in te itparade tomorrow. Adety t elks, which ha been bandsmsely decorated for the oeasi. Thmere I coeder able canvasming of delegate. for the important aikealredy.Tim Louisville lodge jwie-l andidate gor exmitd ruler in th par ..of roer I i e= . Judg.e aith oTroy als mseni for the office and the 1,Edwin B. ay, I a candidae forte khe Alby lodg he a andidate for gped Noretary In the person or Brother Wolf. Today wil be given up to beoeptionw and igtelgand thie eveigasocial aesium and 'ale asemly will be bedat the Academy of Modc. Tomorrow morning the Elka tiil be welcomed by Mayor Bishop and lAeut. Gov. ghehan. A ig feature of the meeting will be the parad tomorrow afternoon. n e takhe boot aowing will receive WaJaer = ;up te by ey. Wilim of ~ym o. r benw t esbordinate lodgee and 33.917 memb.. IMISS FACtSOle VIeTMING. Amber Breaking one ?asmbrf Mm"e Ibeg Comnued a"l R..e.ed tae rVee. DcuLx, June 13.-If addition to the en counter at Tvalse the rival fetalns of the Irish naMeoatsl bad a sevee cosiet at lAmerick yestserdy. The baIbe began is an attmpt by anti-pelnlites to break up a PrnemUte aet. ing. The lhtter bad hInd rumore t the in tended attack and were fally prepared with eilelha end other weapons for their an git. Tb PeamIt had a band, which wars d de ahd enemies t Mr. Pmnel. One mthu dsleu Pneat~eW cheated that he wasted a 0Ealelyeain eame o d"ha heCeumm e e a with i then and teem, The au-Pr..t. howl.d b.cu defi...e at their Pasrt od aseinddel rt a th e Por In swung a t o The o eat tus h iedd bye aes b a" -WW fom the owner, and the eaedted P MM29epc " Pto evelaea war dem on the the band at the ms time eating up a trmnt me ars. Pr nl was theignal for batik. e and-Par neiMte re hed forward to rescue the bat ta Otiher dathed at the whba the maN body, with thihale and howis of qae, I with mRb et pain, were so" oonm sfaaed ama, et posting. bcoloed and b= huma:Y-ni~t. T whack or the il0IPdnow and thee be heard above the din of the ombat and ce cadoaily one were trown, coming w0 fujute, lthough atone am"wl wee rahe r oy, Owing and fo ane e mixed up together. lere wam not much t of the band. What remained of the imtrumeats we seized for weapoms and the combatants could be seen beibering each other with trmpet and drum sticks. An the fght grew ftrios the police aseembled in force and charged the mob with drawn batoo At d geither ide paid my atter, ion to the police, but kept ther fighting, an" the A=~~ in at each quartere that asponee lehrdly ask Org impeoo 15 iuddenly a voice wes herntecowd: "Here* Bafours buldogp, boya; let as give it at nm uw wieessied a heeene. nhe twofcU~bat a enes eqent I .r other..nd trned wie ". ry .. coklan d aruth am made at temwit e ehiflebn. The however, ware firm. They plied their without mercey and at the ama time aintained a reguler front at the at mob. Every now and then one of the foremad linaco the poee soon told In the klea1 the mno wearied of ua-a---et lae.t 10bobe saj maatteredi ireta - Ona ----mount ofthe injured it as teams two msen had their skulle Itetured in the bay, bat whether by the er pollee ortembdantaa. peneyfor the deaetin daa n ah a hre a n he The eesvmee attede bye form be hfeeen Qh e s Q Meu o the m ai- ern gg. n s a geaggg y aim e eeaa s in Passsa. Pa., 3m 1a.-A bilter ee beweeepgl alers es peeted to begin L. at te Ee te el wek of (be=,=6 Phippe A Os., oin to a peepeeed adi et remthtedleoe ein essen, ne os iA U Un se ..hnp. W W S e===. Ha tge M se eeds. PmmiPa., 3ma 8-im S. m, ,a..der in te 5ue mm en. usedar lee weebe path, -ae am and essn as d~tgef mee ad 4d baa ne . ae.ted at sammebe, Ant~e, =msas rmrnsm 3W T33 EM and sa ft~ or a W..aame r'wegoo 1111iRP=N an 1111100. E. F aderwod, aged tos4 , e . insae broke. wham ea m at 64 W ear4el and weo re"ed a N36 K Sea mSuOS, W" drowd hat a6 s. on Se I" O.afg 6 anerry party bearded the weht luab-m a"a usd down the Petomme. The erve me gest re Rhu t Jeye and E. M. uderaweed wabe owned the beat; M. Joye, Pembreee Larmde and Caa. Toepper. faay was apen In to Witnty of MiUe View. ad al a Planamae re eart te partyate thrnedeanerad viewed thla lam assaten. There war but b It. baewes whe the Rtaham's hw was pointed homerward. end es a coneequence Port Foote had net quite bee. reachrd whoam ef the big river amnesu - aither River Qaee or the Cef@agweed Resa bea-mm- up stean. The Snbs was in the chaa& sd owing to the coln was not sexiy moved. MC. Joyer went forward t attend to the lights. teevi Mr. t wood a the hem. Mr. Cader WAs ewg e get nut of the ecaier's wa when the boom struck him sad koaebed bum overboard. Hle oried out to Joce to "betag her heabe," and at was not uatil be cried that &a% ome knew of t accident Mr. Joyve threw a ha ad a ehair be the drowning man - et vhad etideaty bem somewhat wtunned by the bow froam the ben - but be smak alpaeet ammndar~tly. For a comple of houts the yarht romnamed In the neighboehood of the rinmity and them ues miled to Alesandra, fwee ate. the news of Underwod' deomas was tengahed to ele At about S this meaning the vacht beft Alenaedria and came home e the dood atde. The pebce buat Joe liserbura is out ot order mo it casuot be- med in quest foi the body, but am seand .eplemenat ae at work. A rrn ward has been ve-eed ter the amterer of CusWe' APP.1cATloN DEWWm. 1d ft 04M Demeto -nAeer Nlm Se A&. - sed Eta nrehetere Frmedu. Application was made this morning to Jaige CO& in the Criminal Court in behalf of Wi. Douhesga Crsa, und-r wenteno of death far the murder of hm aife. for an order allowing him. in company withl an oficer. to attend the funeral of his brother. Andres 'rom. who ded enddoenly on Fridsy r ight. Ohich takes plae thi U aftern. The coert mamd that he could Not under the circuainieces make em& an order. The family of Andrew 4rome attribute his death to his wewry over the case of hi brother Ikoglass. Ie application wa in the form of a letter from 4Irnw pWee.ntod by hin connoel. Mears. 4'. Mauriec tith and Josel-6 Mhillington, ankd while it ws being pre0aaed to the court the age fatteehr of Crems was at the jail to induce hue that abould the order be gratted not t., avail himnelf 4f it. s te thought un der the circuttare a be should swt be Wni ent at the funeral. T3E OAKetAess~ g5 1u1'TrW. Ceman aee That It te Not ltemea-Ua .the weas Onlerr bony. Complants of the aon-eemnval of garbage arm being received at the health om1ne jug as regular as the inapectore eprt for duty, Ad Heaith Offieer Hammett ald today that enl ee doan complaints were renre.As OttU mert "We are doing the hest we can under the et umtaneca," he smid. "Our ppeep t.. _mm only wuficteat for one doe wags-, het O. traeer a"mb pat on tam additiomel wagems, Ins' wieh he win look to Congreve for eenm tiom. After July 1 we hoe to pat am a serve of at haAt thirty wagoes WAd nmore V Seeiry, and then there will be mo sease for amphb4. Untl that tiae we will have to m e e6t 0 beat we can." In adition to the Ill eseat ohil lee health officer :" recai m ee oe eaged una n ea ch a poole of vW4gAmme claned aewers. ad is o ee faitary Oncer Dr. N. D. Regbe in being busy. as is uch p6e0e lark germ of =t fern, and the doctor save he wasts to preme the appearance of that diame=e this emmer. lIMP DOi nasad. Dering the twenty-foar hem endie at seem today burial permite ween ho.d frm O beth ailee for the following: White-4ee. W. Taylor. 55 year, hembe failure Ge. V. Held, 39 year., -a eaptie Albert IL Ceembe. 8 monts. esam ieatantusu Harah N. Garner, 4 months. diarrhee: Annie l. Cikik. 9 days, inanition. CO(emed -Annie Dash. 44 earS. vallvlar 1 em of heart; Ine Tanecil, 16 teeressamp tion. tlme itah Eaat Te report of owytne Harris. luapeetor of marine proucta, shows the arrivale inat week of the following: 7.050 herring. 1,11 emd, 20 carp, 77 hedeephred. 55 Otarrgon. 17 drum Sh, nea turtle, 14.476 bUechem of varkee *h, 235,060 clIamta and 34.160 crae. 4 aadm ntions were made of 17 drum fish. 612 bunches of 6, 11,400 chms and 9.0" crab. eteemed nSIe- Ceasaved smeh Pa re. 106, ad e .t.4. ,400s h AR ee~. at ca tsi 5 Ia aWmts.s Ia nbe. SmrISe 1661. yart hs am.. ...m cW .feusae.T..Am. 4sOa.TO.m dater mi. Ba. te at :1 Pindem dim..seeta.. . . aea 31r. 1't :tm "m DON,. a I. 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