Es. Ia adatim he . AsamaS e
Easter." asylih Coe.. ad Comc pled a ms
*Laster. Saturdag we received moe thi memo
"Euast. Evem the moat matftdrbet perorb
"Easotr. in tho world coaot 0. m mm
"5ser." int ectarte r oer uemet strk.
Easter." Its ml A" "rM bee. ashibod in
Saster - We believe we have me Ion than 1M
Easei r." emtarly diferent stylon at cape, whicb
Easter. " embrare every * 1ambinmbe efect" yet
er. aitroduced them easo med in all the
"EIAsr. verioun shadm of tons. broes, s..
"Ease..o" halitropes and blrk.
"Eater." Eagniite itne of delktt Tha Cpe..
"Easter." weth velvet "buttery* and 'bertham"
**Eter" et a darker cotrasiug shade. .med
"Eater. with chammehle milk.
"aster The struuee festare abnt Or
"Eauser. " to- of care. is the gtAt that they we
"East. ' bown in the popular puics, uanging
"Eatr. from t t*:5.
**Emm,-r. Toe nex atroomeot feetre about the
"Eaester. stock is the ha-dsome line of Mach
"Easter. Capem. atawueal,. wool bmaanliaee.
"Easter ".sak. black Wc. &r
"*aseer. EXquisI&b ht e of "evelt Capm in
"Esterr * rb.jhable 'Ivet, hellotrupeos. red.
"Easter * .,ch tra.% Davan bown. &c.. up to
Easfte." wothy special mtwatm is ahaandome
*Easter.' BiaNc satim Merveillems Cape. sil lined
"Eaa.er." and trimmed with deep all-cu P'tat de
* " r.a lace.
Of the dozen or mor, mliUrly differ
"Flaeer." eat style. of Cots recently placed om
"Faster. cole the foewing re the moat en
"East.r." The ew "Rarby." a short coat made
"Ester." -of the fuest khrqey-. hoaomey Due
"Easter." with silb and inished in the Seest pos
"easter. cible taanmer. Tan. navy and blacL
"Easter. Another Is a stylish Tam Cost. with
"Easter. brown silk balloon sleove.
"Easter." Nearly all of our Conts are Suibed
"Ee. ' with the wide balloon sleevenwhich pro
"aer." duce a very styuh efect.
" Laser.'' Ou Mawr Jachehe for spring rages ha
NOTEL Mbe your selecttome early In the weak to
allow tien for ay alight altamtiom tham mam be
98 Pa. Ave.
H.aQUaNTa... Fou Mzmar A".
Fos Teu..., Aim W.im..Ay
V. ew the sloinug rim
dir. Meao and Childreas Pearl
Mat and lad, in al chape,
all colos.................... ..38c
01.5. Ladner and Mb.s.' 3Miam itrw
Raft. with ba 41e1te16 ta all the
iteft aope&. atC
Lawe. and Mises' Triumoed mate, in all
the lates hepes aed Ier. .aw and
Lae Hat. Sumier vale. 8; at....... .
W.. wal cotue t.. ou ..s .dae.
Mimes' "Ad Chmidrns e-aea..
Braid. wIth chi edsn and pig e
chp. the potamt bMmamtkam of e
s...... h. al.h mew eed.. a
.baes . a. d g.m.r value. 137;
3..... Mm ... ... .... -..5.
' .. '- 2.48
Velvet tas with Clm er emphe
eener. lamet tS beashoat. Rlsegener
.va. @at.. M.. M ~ Os*...Ie)
--- a..f.. ..g............7
1.0abdo 01 m..h 6.n1r. tal
de bo.-rat.hak.'" th"g 43 .7
jm m. Ematare n ,e to e at..
die aterhed, taor-made hiaar.
*au-wea ea..s... CloSam E Dc.. with
fall hashop leere. blome 01 navy blue
deSmed Chimea shk with diep es&a. f.1
LADUES' AND GHlltD
. dm se Chubs.'. Eucoligat MaciteDrwg
dep ham cod S.. 2ahfr 1e.yan
12k. 12&. 12k
* se Teid Cobat enrme Mod.... all nm.
12k. 12k. 12k
the t VA inu & Mo~r heheo
=4.... V.Su..,..ei Vohb. in...
GAgeenu m essse Mauherp-e. Me. WIN
15. 15. 5
Wem. wastst patenmass. [email protected] W ses
25c 25 c. 2
? Ya Sant Caed S. Cap fAm ab~m, wIth
1 sabhig asemd bmm. wide ~ a Mm mle
NiW.s gIe at
26e. 25. 25..
~812-814 7TK ST.
- e Queefhn me
limb seuesn91tsrhaas sue
3nO. L..nE... ... . .
6 vne in"Free Tripssot
As t msuk a pitetha oIy two ban bee
cesfu out of suc a large Said of con
fewtants we have decided to increse the
number of primes to sis-three ta such class,
The Carrier receiving the higeL number
of 6 ote to are nh two weeks* trip us
The CArir polliaff the second highest
number of votes to receive a on. week's free
Wice to rld's fia. ,
The Carrier polling the third biisasi
nAhber of votes to sesete a round-trip
ticet ia Ceugo.t
The Poeeame a rePivin a t a i
number of Vt to have thewo a wee'
trip as orfinally annonce. o
Thetme hltrasa pollig the secned hiehet
number of votes to receive a ow week' fa
trip to the world' fair.
The Potean polling the third highest
naumber of votes to rese a round-tip
ticket to Chicago.
Now an et wre Iengarmest. Pt your
tends so work. Ask all your lat friends
to cip To t on their "sas
Tey Polewill coalt, and nearly all the
contestants se cloely asselk- at the top.
It is inded tarad race. A the nes fre
Well worth the wat. am to It tht
Wls, st " in-*-- an t-am pariDm
onk ara to fCi blast
BOl tovwMin endes. Up tiyau.
fen w a. kree.
Wersvt will yout. and naselI all
ItV Iskd 26a rae.te wiae. you
JULIUS LANSJ BU Ia PH'S
66-D nnk 99
w Y.hAYE. NEAR I 4To ih.
WITE ALL OUR EANTER NOVELTIES ZEADY
W p =sIAL- FOR TiIS WEEE. COMMENCNG
TO&ORRO. OFFEB 9O3E OF THE BEeT
MONET-SAVING ARTICLES O3 THE AEEET.
DON'T FAIL TO TAEE ADYANTAGE OFTEE
WhGMOEr-A wl SAtE, ucWi
WIALOUR OAIBSMA NOVEE REDY
WE SHALL BTTSWE. CMEC
I01A C. Feh. 2..................6e
I1.W - -nc -.h............................9
SLMnr BAs e.G.............................99c
75c. Kid Glove. swring shaesn .................50e
S1. 5 Kid Glovea, smousquetaire. spring shan--s...5
51.3 Eid Giovee, hutton. spwing shade......0
*l.7' Kid Glove.. Foster. spring shad......-.2
THE PRENOMENIAL SUCCESS OF OUR RID
GLOVE DE3PARTMENT IS DUE TO THE UN
USUAL GOOD VALUES OFFERED 13 THIS
10e. Mnnes' ack Hose.....................e
35.Ide'Tan sod Gray Base.................10
31r. ladies' Fast Black Hoe..................12%c
2.Ldi'Fast Black Der-by Ribbed Hess...1r
Ld.I.is' lamer Boot-top Hose..............9e
e.Pins..... .. ----.........................
e.Engih lie .................................4
3 c.Csmall etud ....................... y
356. Silkhesam Sinding. all shade...........g.p
30s. Batting........ ............ .................g6.
& Egenn....-.. .............................
IM yads Ba....i............................s. doe
3. |=....................................g6. yN
a sw~nempetae.with hom......7
30. Iea Co-.............-..........,
1156- Ualsmsed Umb. domehas and Ren. .35
OLO Nesits ........ ...a.............756
Ms. Wma e T~a...----...-. .. ...3 d
* . -~W. EL
-a eeO -
*... ........ ..
Of the EET MAmEA ~'601r e11" a
We have n de , ensm CARPET AM.
VANTS abhst MI 30EDERD CARPETS
mi RUS wh11 b e9e11. "A* week at
TERIN RSULAS VALURS.
Thatei.. . cAET.. o. f.. .ae y
would at just double the gere af thee
we now plaoe at yar dieseaL TERE
readymied CARPETS ani EUm mie.
. very b..t ..Ua, ,.1.e. ..
without dMID. the
EVER OFFERED IN
,OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT.
- Aretty. big am.ti.. c..ariting the us.
meWe values were continually ofergit. But
For that reason it would be to Tow advent
&e to mesae the room you want carpeted,
them ase this big ary o barns. 1ee. are
ame of them:
SIZE. RWGULAR REDUCEIl
10 ft. 4 in. by 15 ft. S in. '0 0A.,
]Oft.aIa. b L " fin .... Klwin IS.no
loft. in buy 14n ft. 0 a..... . A00
SIE. E;A REDUCE!
10 t. R t. by W t. 4n.. KO S01
S2it. 9 t. b 13 ft. in .... ( 20.00
It ft. I n. byIft ft.Ptn....Ron "7.."
... .....e........0.r 3.4..
SMt. tOn. byl ft lin ...9.00 1.0
" ft. 3in.hynf. n '0 1
aft3in.: %1')WP'n".... :. 520 .
lXft. Sti. by l~ft 2 t ..... 1113.00 11118,10
RlIll. Rin. by 14 ft. 2 in ..... 3.41 2.0
a ift31s. eby l r ft prtn . ..... W O 2L.
a~ft in. bylAft 31a..... W00 21A
P . 4 5 . X0 .0
M OUTTESMTN A. 2enh
lOftT L. bYI NA AT0f 2arg 0
!~t6n. y 16 ft0n.... 44W MO
50O. ai.hb 2.-00
I~~ Ei bIf.0.. Xup
ASt. aCn. S4ft. 0 REDU2ED
loft ftin. inl ft. a i ... ea 7.80MO
lotin. a SOCft. or 15n T. Efer
20 ft. I. byl~tSn K0
bnft. o ti br1 sinanyhr bWu a
bEL 11VETSi.400 30
MOSUE'TeQSe od r lgtydmg
butoe w h Reguler Roeat
20 "ft. e" 1A62t Cn.. 42rt 50
Oe tnt . *.... ft.. . .... ..5 WN 8
Weft. ipyt.on.o AT.0 in.er
ft ries yIft.l In ..r.. -5 hosi
Sict. Ain b ft has ... altl g !o.a
Sft in, n ife t. in eec .. V0.
I. 1.. eoft. In ....s0 2.e 0 a
Sf1.31' 14l ft. 8 in 102
SAyt. in.bpe 1t.11n.. 6. M 5.00
aft.3Li 2t.. '. .. . 0 2.0
7ft. 01n.by L~i. 9 00 K000
75Yroll RevyJINLEB. AT
lA.stsa.-w.."^t5." . .500
loft. atby 1 tIn.Mn1 X. 50
Esftin. b 3rn. a in. 3Cap0,2. A
311. by I t... .W.
f.'i .by It 3in..2 11.M .00
an .b lt..i5 0of t
8 ft.3Is by 911ft . : 30-00 1%5
clebrat.Ce0.0 T educe0
ta . MT twe. ac
8 t. 3ettn b y 6tn.os 10 e!.O
.. t31. y..T... .ETNO 2 00
SMRNAE RUS.N AS lrea
1S. NW e d .
.Tink o. a o ..... 15 W :.E
b:"r. of l.i. .a..na anywher. oi.t ai
ISEWnTee. seof re il.hyl a2me..
but one wouad a..dl ever ni 25
IS yu ot want. an"' he.Lhnoer'
5. @%0a g c .,
centOS, at EDUCED......2 CETS
Tehik ou HA~own MATTING, iner
lare atikee ad anyeae t athem
at one Lueqald y every ntw hots.
mIfa n you h ath eag cif hs thn
100 ran nWiew RaacyMat. woth CTS
cens. at ........................ '.JYD.N
We3 rolls owv oany MATTIGS. In very
75aroe ntea soINLS Mnabet. el h
100 prolls equale byeavy DAMS, ho in
416 7T. ST.
n0 CRME-Qum- SAm.-MAILr.
SP..IAL EASTER PNA.TI . EATI
REEN RM vo A GRAND RASTER 31mE131
IN OUR MrILINERY DEPARtMENT. WB nSA
Tmis WzEK RAV ON &AE Tm LIas
AND MOST COMPLETE COLLAOTION O13N
IMPORTED MILLINERY GOODS EY Em.
EIBITED BY ANY ONE HOUSE IN THIS CITY.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE WITH EVERY.
THING FOR MILLINERY 03 DRESS TRIME
JING. EVERY OOCEIVABLE SHADE I
REPEESENTED IN ALL WIDTHS.
EVERY DEPARTMENT IS SHOWING A COE
PLETE STOCK OF SPRING MERCHANDISE:
GOES. DRESS GOODS,
UNDERWEAR, BOYS' CLOTRING,
&c.. &c.. at
WITH ITEMS THAT ARE ATTRACTIVE
ENOUGH TO FILL VOLUMES.
(LARGEST IN TWA CITY.)
WE ARE SHOWING AN IMMENSE ASORT
SBeekhmes mndi [Eateoo
AT TRE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
T .NEW REVISED ."... . he MAE NOOK.
25c. To $3.50.
M .NEW REVISED e,-s. Of Use YMNAI
IN TASTEFUL AND ARTISTIC EINDINGS.
Drummoud's Addresses............................... 0e
na.e Halm. by purne......... .......
Eemr aad r=Ubm.Y.1 . Benett
e~of bma. 07book. O.
Frances 3151.7 Havergal's Poess lu na
covrs...... ....................... f
Pb~p h~b'Semos.. .........w
5c. To $5.
416 7TH ST. h27
W. A. PIE.C & Co..
719 MARKET SPACE.
COI. STH ST. AND PA. AVI.
ALI THIS WEEK
Fox EATER FIXNOS.
This week will be devoted to EASTER
requisites that are necessary for new
EASTER TOILETS that will be worn
Sunday. THINK a moment and you
will know that there are many articles
yet baddes the ess itself. There are
GLOVES. VEILS. HOSIERY. PER
FUMES. DRE88 FINI.-HINGS. HAND
KERCHIEF and many more items
that you will have to have. In these
articles we will M A KRE SPECIAL prices
this week as EASTER INDUCEMENTS.
OUR LIST for tmorrow you will e
NECKEWEAR OFPEINGS POR EAS..
These goods are jut in and we esnn
E'TON SHIRT FRONTS FOR LA
te INE*ST* NOET et.ed sa
G8lPSinkSETSfrLDE the NEW.)E
InDEC or 1TGRIPEURA
JAO BNa diny_-- ecio- o
AN E DREE. GLODE TRIS.
NON-in deOADT coin ENL
62.757pr y orI
8 ANDOM? ESTN oSUAN
SIL. infeentcr kntaed vaine.
NOETDE SS GOODS De
NEW DEASSE GOOSIEM.
Dreseesapewan ahe clteteo
F. )Sua C..
Imanne Ar ER'S T a a IamA, do
6%alklo"We AT=d*n m hme, Pooetsm, g ame
enMy land wsee Ea tbe amnt wee. I
hmmat miee . iwi."se*
b- u 120
Thm~ "-rn I a a zaeti*mne
A1311 =21 0 ETO AL. ae a as enam
Mossabt ws esee I M am s sere a" so
ga gZuhm me. la.-qg
. T. 0MO Y.
01 toe stesseft voel starefte usnltat a
4&6"" 05EVET PCTOAAL is f*-eM.ssy the
t Medy. ol -o the m" Virulent
est *e=A taight aif W gas. romw a
tsenes AYs mrn "EOTOAL will d
@3. 3. PEE,
ATR'S CmuRy PCTO3AL
6k"msby Dr. . C. Aer& O.. Immll, Mss.
PROET TO ACT. BUE TO OUR.
M AlrA*IA CURED A19D ERADICATED FROM
at n by Brown's Iro. itters. which on
iAe terb ood, tones the nerves. aids dlTb.:
Ats16acharm, o nsn in genamlil IItI
giviag new energy antnsth. 4
1t DER RACLE OF HEALING WHICH
Pillhould receive tlcu vestiga2 hby
WEiL TRUST Yo.
ONE folks are -dead teoginie
buying on credit-They don't
know why-couldn for their
live tell you. It's an old-time
Prejudice-eevered all over with
the dust Of antiqute basines
But theses a wide bre that
U) kind of modit-and our
EQUITALE CZEDIT SySTnM.
I tat pltsate youanderbligatotns toe
( mirchant. You pad extra for the time
are you don't.
There have been lot of lyres tuned
after our strain-but theyre net "up to
t ou plte."
Its b--ut-- with a. No matter it
we Rever saw you before-and you want
(z to buy UURNITURE-CARPETS or
STOVES-enough for a whole hone
or emly a room-or merely a aniary
Ptebe-you have got the same privilege
of elecicm from our stock that a
mIoan e would have-at precisely the
of the payments suits you beet-weekly
We have n notes-no bonda-n legal
lpapers of any kind for you to execute.
00 Nobody whe knows will deny that it in
the eelet way in the world to buy.
Don't stayin the dark. We'llthrow all
the ght on the subject you ne&
11HOUSE AND ]RAMAS rU)
T7. g919. s. 92s 7TH ST.
m4Ss INS MASS AVE. . W.
THE WONDERFUL COMPLExION RAUTIFIER.
It Is absolutely pure and coatains nothing that
would injure the most delicate skn.
BEAUTY BALM is in-lorsed bysociety ladiesend
the leading stars of thi stare, Including Annie Pix.
bey. Johnstone Bennett. Marie Tempest. Della Fox.
Marie Burroughs. Phehe Davis. Ida Mulle. Marie
Earle Tempeat thus writes of it:
NEW YORK, February 21. 1M
Venue laboratory Association:
Gentlemen: Your "Beauty Baltn should surely
prove a welcome addition to the toilet table. It im.
varts to the complexion a delicious softness and nat
ural color. It is superior to any face preparation with
which I have ever met. Truiy yours.
BEAUTY BALM isintantaneous In efect. yet the
cause Itlf Is invisible. It imparts to the roughest
skin a delicliousy soft appearance and the natural
color of healthful youth. It removes redness. freckles
and blotches of all sorts.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR A BOTTLE.
BEAUTY BALM Is for sale in Washington at all
leain drate. hair dreemera, coetuaes and deal
ers In toilet preparationa.
FENNO LABORA TOR. Sale Proprietorm,
106 North 6th st., Philadelphia.
ssSI ThEEi Al 731 711 s1:s
S ihuys--m tels
s W are revolutiornizing the shoe bast
s We ca eash.- at alm.. af other S
S rTa== --8.uIje" Shorn. patentS
s tipe or tend-r f-st. a * will -tt yo- S
S tobe cled out at 3.3.
S --ewhall'."-famos.62.Shoes for boys. S
s onlya 61.s
75ch. Ladies' Overgralterm for me.
s . FlinM CRAWFORD s
S 731 7TS. T
sssssss ssSSss ssssssss
E LIBRARY NEW CHUREd ~ OKS
orad er n emt et the as
If the feseer. lea him get Ye.
Wbh 3mb eitms agmase aw
mb ear e npt~ mArta
1* mM al emess esa
in New YGrk
T MlUM MIEE11E1E
Eno, the Defaulter, May Escape
EOCKED OUT CUTTERS CONIDENT.
eina= et the vigh en the cesbas
Naw Yoa, Marck f.-The locked-eut
elothing outtere held a lively meeting this fore
noon. Thers wee about M of them present.
Before the regular basiness was taken up
Secretary White announced t there were a
number of non-anion men Knights Of Ia
bor in the hall who had come out in sympathy
with them. Any of thaew who bad come out
and wished to join the federation would be ad
mitted without an initiation fee.
Twenty men were at once enrolled.
Secretary White also announced that any of
the men who wished to go to iochester or Bea
ton to work would have their fares paid.
The locked-out men are conSdent that ther
will cripple the manufacturers and nalli
win. No attempt wid be made. they ay, to in
terfere with union men who are at work in
shops where the men were not locked out. but
union men who still continue to work in the
shopo of the clothing manufacturers asmocin
tion will be treated as "ambs."
TO SUCCEED K. FERE.
X. Leon.r leetad P eresideat the Pseah
Paars, March 1.-The Snate today elecigd
Challemel-Lacour, the well-known statesman
and writer and smenator from Bouches-Da-Rhone.
president of the senate in place of Jules Ferry,
The election is very satisfactory to President
Carnot and the supporters of the g overnment,
and is all the more popular on account of the
recent election of X. Challemel-Lacour to Be
nan's seat in the French Academy.
JOHN C. NO*S CASE.
Prespot of the Defaulting Bmaker bemp.
Naw Yonx, March 27.-Judge Wallee, in t5e
United States circuit court, this morning
handed down a decision in the cme of John C.
Eno, the defaulting president of th Second
National Bank. who in 184 ged to Canada to
escape punishment for msisappropriating the
funds of the bank. but returned to this city a
few months ago to fate the music.
Five induetmente against Eno lay in the dis
trict attorney's office, and when the abseoad
ing president returned he was eoampelled to
furnish $10.000 bail to District Attorney Ncoll.
Eno's counsel, CoLr Bhs, teo steps to have
the f he jurdictiom of the
The case was argued before Judge Wallace in
Albany several weeks ago. District Attorne
Nicol. who opposed the motion, eentendd
that Eno's offense was committed against the
United States banking laws as operated in the
state of New York. which made him subject to
punishment under the laws of the state.
The argument of CoL Bliss was to the efect
that the indictment charged an cfause against
the United States law, which made him amen
able only in the United States circuit court.
The opinion of Judge Wallace upheid. the
contention of Col Bliss, and the inistments
against Eno in the court of general sedens are
Judge Benedict, in the United States crimi
nal court, has now under consideration a motion
of ex-Senator Frank liscock to dismiss the in
dictments against Eno. returned by the grand
jury in the United States court in 1884. If
these indictments are dismissed Eno will then
AGAINST THE FAEIBAULT PLAN.
Reselutiens Introduced at the Cenerenee
at Front Royal.
Special Dispatch to The Ewning Star.
FzoNT RoTAL6, VL, March 27.-The Balti
more conference of the M. E. Church South
this morning adopted a number of commaittee
reports. The special committee appointed
to consider the charges against Rev. V.
W. Wheeler of Clifton Forge reported that no
evidence could be obtained upon which to base
a bill of charges. Rumors of intemperance had
been circulated against Mr. Wheeler. The
matter was referred to another committee, Mr.
Wheeler asking a full investigation.
Resolutions were introduced protestingagainst
the Faribault school plan and were referred to
a r ial committee.
m statistical reports showred the following
Igures: For Washington district. members,
7.827; charoh edifices, 64; value. alo.
700; personages, 17; value. 083,50Ii;
value of other church port, 03,640: pres
ent indebtedness on chrhpr .ry 012N;
paid on ministerial support, 64.2; conference
claimant., 01,559; Sunday tehools. 73; aS
ers and teachers, 828; scholar.. 5,233; paid for
foreign misstons, 01,838; domestic missions,
0963; church extension, 0439; edneatien, 083.
The conference accepted an Invitataon to
meet next year at Fredericksbur. Va.
CHANGE AT TEE STATE DEPAE~deENT.
The ChIef ot the Censaar Hasrem 3e
quested to Withdraw.
The Secretory of State has determinel to
make a change in the aEce of chisf of the con
sular bureau of the State Department and has
celled for the reeigintion of the incumbent, Dr.
F. 0. St. Clair.
This action has ca...d general upriss, as
Dr. St. (jair has been regarded as a atre in
the department. He has held the emes for
twenty-eight years and was cnsidered a meet
eeiict officer. It is inm.oesil to learn
the reasons for the change or the names of Mr.
St. Clair'e successor. Mr. St. Clair was meen by
a STr reporter this afternoon, but asked to be
excused from talkring on the subject. In
answer to the direct inquiry, "Have you re
signed?" he replied, "I have not," but Inti
mated more by his manner than by his words
that his ofancial connection with the depart
ment was practically closed.
ese rLaMs e an anacran.
Upon the recommeandatlmn of Capt. Derby
the following public gas amps wil be amee
ted when funds are availabls fee th pr
p: Nine en the streets et Holmend
Mnor, three on the north dide et E
tween M..aastts avenne and Deinware ae
ans sortheast, hethre sae main em 3
street between North Capitl Des ave
nue thea light eesmn wh e seiuested to
lam aain enthe nshleof 35atest, as
the appreehes to the bitime end Ohie mit
Ca~feit lf bDden. whe
-, a~e e - Te aet eI.
hea se nmt a er-ser etti- h
newensamsy. '6eep W a . we
the pasiamm -mm M. sssse 4y
of CoD-Lrvu On., with hypo
is a universal $priug uwOriskh
and preserves strength in the
it. Cossumptives, and all w
well get along without it. 1
supplies. Those wbose bloc
chronic ailments or by the sl
whose energy is sapped by g
EMULSIMN. In fact, almost e
the ready nourishment it fur
The rPa for thi iniwen be.
nature of the preparation. It is a ood
the sysem canstir dse w en
r broken be
scuTms 1ahs-eadyt e'M
It is therefore an easy food, nd can be
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IN WALL 0TUEET US0A?.
ees Opuned itlemer and the B .ade a
Naw Yoan, March .-8Seks epeansi am
ad higher. The gaia in prices ranged ftrem
V to 1 per eat. the latter in Tennessee end
and rem, which sold up to lt on the recent
change in owuerehip. Ameries Ngar was in
elined to be weak. and the stoek fell of a poaint
After 10 o'clock stock continued to work
down to a lower range. Sugar wa mat meokt
ably weak. selling off from 1021 to 1011', on
large offerings. United States rmbber on emall
from 56% to . Ms
53 to 61% and [aoks
wana from 146 to 145. Otherwes the lossee
were 1 to% per eL The bearn made the
most of the engagement of half a maion dol
lare gold for export by tomorrow's steamere.
but the effect was es tha expected. and at the
decline good baring ordee made their appear
ance. At 11 a. m. the market was esroeg =a
toae at a reovery of to% from the lowest.
'he stock market has bees quiet emee 11
o'clock and Somewhat inguatr in its course.
Missouri Pacihe and L. . rubber were heavy.
the former seUing down to 51% and the latter
to 54V. The Northern Paclie and St. Pal on
the other had were strong. At mem the
market was dm1 and Arm in toes.
The sales of ieted stock up to this hour we.e
a.01 ad of -nu. so.ks .... es.
FINANCIAL AND 00MCKME EAL,
Te.loar a.e h .. e ea
dhe New lark ack Nor N P.M wiaetdd
keteem n M e *jr ~
Ath..& Q34 W.e PM
- 1 l lx jcal W IiVw0
Weeinem jtee wwA.*erig.M 1
Can- 1g,1 ar cal-1 e'elec? ... 1,023 .1
a s A6 1 A C , - . I
V er. s d. ... . ,r
v 1. . .21441 ......
Denerlit. 136t lxg % Bo . in
6, s b k as
Eork.. 3 .. ~ Es~aeI S
enrecy 19 .11 bId -ase. ay rfa . .
guei. 1 VO. 1 d - 1- . Wa .... .
Sulsefleiar all eekma low .
c.ey. Cam =d. ase. .:s. fd. om
ma un ard at s .. .
Government acad-WU. -. .4 rered. I..
1121i 1,11. 12 aked. U. L. 4L caess.
11 .. . hid. 114 asked.
District ad Gorgeta R.R. oa . . , 1fund. l
i agoed. a6 bKi - ae--s.. a t16
urrentY. 190 117 bid. - asreed. iad. 4
.nfanty 110)6 bid. -ase Wer c.. ;&
curreney. b. -a.ked. Lab. lae Wdcr
reMeY. I !IS'. id. 112% 9"Nso5~ I f5.1ula
tn. Ian bid. - aked.
Nhmeeaaeoe Boas-wasasees sagore
town ittoad.es. s bid- ased. ch-,,
ington iad Ge-gtw 3.3.ev cav. m, 181u bid.
- asked. MPotoM Aspmeaas. -L bid. K
-asked. watai! nd No t lfattrt lot mest.
fPr41. eeI bi. - aed.10
pa1. tres i.b1 asked. me.
ton sa series L a. 11 bid. - aed. U. ag.
tec tas C.t onvertible . 191. 116 bid - saked.
Ekangtou Railroad ca. Ip bsL. - ed. C-mi.
eake and Potomar Telephoae s& - bi, te
askeiL. Capital and Sort %P Street Railroad l411
And TIrt. Ie bid. iF. asked. letvioL sai.
oerd Canvertibie an I 6K iess aske. . I.,
Melctrt Light Counetibie Ae. 13 bkL. 149 asked
Wesbagtd n Market 0. MW OL 104 b6d - asked.
Wastuao Market cA. eptes, m. 1e bid. -
*=C aeshgto Market Lo. ast Ca ms-rS'. inU
bid. -asked. American Secsuty sad Trum &L. IMs
I A . te bid. - a ske d. Faerm
'aand Trs e. 1. F. bid. - a46 rse.
America Se"rit*. Tran Ma. ae . - aed.
1Ca bid. - bed.-.
National Sem Stoc-4bt of Wunbge. sm
bi 4r aked. Dank of mte sep-ebb. as bid. and
asked. Mesrupis. MU *id. Mke. Camsd. N
bid. - asked. becond. In bid. - ass& Farm.
s oa Meaanorh Mi bid. - bsd. - sea
14te bid. tee saw. (Xiumbis. 115 bed. - ;-"z
Ca~a.130 "~d - asked. WOK M"d 114 bid. -
a fe Tralerr. - bid. - ameke. L-aoe .0
bid, 106 asked. Ohiso. - bi. No gas&d
Railroad lltecha-Waskmgeasa =4 sgeea
Ubed.-vaked. Mupssm Sbd e d
Capitoan North U Wtreet. 40 bid. - soft
Georgetow al d Tmiep1swm. - bid. ased.
floc creek. US bid. - ased. Goa. S bid.
Imdfxame bes stexme.. w.. Sbd
rask sert8bda, seae.sa amad
Isata.e 17 bid a 10 as. Cereei. -S bd.
bid. 5as1ed._'emaspa ased Lbs.
and.d%__ 5% b6ed.
Md.us- Aerea b em. 1 id d. - eame.
bid. Ra Pas am.ed.. sttP
1T a . aimu W1to~ Ie bid,
-%bd me..UU. eoheZb.... i.
lSafed D rep tm Ga. las bid. -5ahd
W..ateiem Saae eWbs ss Ma aama
*Ed. diake. Get1 e a i.-md
3. sAlOE Pase b s.iUr a ae
m le ia d~e, t. bi.. e.Iua,
whatI b. - Raasas;esg wheag. Ud
1as ed No. adW.Ui1e o. i.
e-e ased. 3.,40 Stem mbyan. - hi.U bm
cSafDest d sl-aedpt 11mam ampe. erta
Se*eu4t sdTa. I% bi. esaed. Nde
Waseta ed-ea a grasse 157% bi. -ed.3
saer, La~eatsed. era. SA e.e Rume
Lstaer wistverpwat ps L2a4.: epat e
wresa paeer. :iaa eesse wema per~ 3.
4.61; berr empeseu..1aje
J~l. 1% bd - mr 1e 5 rd hams bid.M;
la weata emaainpiesZ.eIs 13 baaeme
- - - sesv aa see seae bin. s
orhnm-ed. ae.4a5; Merk E
51f bAped.s 4age1% eMa Julyea
bas; e ame er xe.eU bd misb
ceose. lt5 seseem to sis
msteem pe.Sa senU ~er es. ,
phosphites of lime and soda
w. It makes the weak strong.
oe fortunate enough to possess
hose lungs are weak, can not
hin persons need the flesh it
d is impoverished, either by
rain of Winter, and childres
owth, ought to take SCOlT'S
verybody needs in the Spring
a of Scoras M aIM is tem
ick e t, and isn uch a horm that
temt efet. AN fat hes to be eiuultied
we it C be amimiated. The tat in
ied. and the oil is made palatable.
taken by persons wih weak swmoachs.
Us, UV. S.cUSIe se er.
No 116 e V.3~dt he( u
sLageen GMes...' asme.
The semen am W ftne ae nstemses
ato thiqem asr Tod&,.
Thee un meial Iarie asmber of Equor
owe inh Pslh e 'een this fteron whim
ergammeut in te D& liquor cases weoenmmed.
Gleo. Birmv reaemed his amment, gmnsg
his te oeeosmtrnetoe of the new law. U. said
".For fthejof their veed
rights the CC 4&sesdae ra
to March 3. 9. ued i the
eurres heavme vear, stand upoo sertion
17 ot the am law. They aik nn change
of its language by emtreetios: so subtle an
torpretatie to weep 14se0 oman.: no new rule
of gramn-- to tem a pal muse into a future.
For them, a ie as a lireiwe. a matter
what may be Ito dat. Having had lep,..
during the year preceding November 1. 1s..
they hae the r under she liveral terms of
the now law to apply en or before that date. for
new oses. "1e theory of the promecutiou
gnAoMe the tter ad vinms the spirit
Of ctiom 17 o the nw law: deeim the cede
nary rulet of gm : makes a year c.ost of
ere moeths and twety-eaght daye. and
einm. that a ihAmme eiweremlly known s och
and always bare-aen splehem of by the onrto
s such is e ibosmi
Ogg. amzers a?31XirwT.
"To wmataim that tery." be omitimnd. *f
would be mesoemary for the eoet to add .uh
tatiSily am faklaw provistaem to ecties 17
Of the law of March k lM: 'Previded. how
ever. that the word during the peceding year
when applied to te current licenie Yew sbha
he an conitrued s to exclude the netthis of
November. Decimber. Januiry and Febrmvr
Md the GAt two dave of Mareb. Pro
widld, also. that the word *iaetve" comaesiua
in the first iue @ebl ao appay to aer tireen
for he Ourrent license ver aowed b 'the Dis
tret Cemmiemera during dh m mess and
"It being dhe e of this mat to re s
te UN-N osmtreet heretofore entered ite
by the Dicmeet CommiAmeewe, mad.' added
Ge.rey. -"ttb the emey Paid the
esmmdadetotr "a unverse" A"to bae for
the publie se, witheot - _-ia---.-- . all the
uahts ved to the owners of the prir age
Grammtd in d eect.
FoleiNg e enmiet referred to wards
-M boome- and med thst CoagesewidenMey
MOA- this to loetade the he granted
oan- the ON law, ad wham be applied for a
rueno ete Moam= be wou emba the app
einte form renewal -ad-r the ow.
"TIee in me eme thing an a renewal at a
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mam mbam appiesa it to for a new mem
aad mat far a sumewal of the old licomme."
Ex-Cmmaimer Douglme wao prewat whoa
Mr. assion re to mak his final addres.
TNK CaMreG Asermaxt.
Mr. Razattom in hin closing argument omid
that onsideemble time bad been @pen s to'e
admutilbibty of tesotmv (the old losame).
lip defense, he seed, bad *mmse me plea we to
the emfciemey of the informatiom. Tley admit
ted th mais a proved b the 4istret
and @ought indemmity under the old Icewme.
Gem. Birsey aid that the defsme eeneded
forther, and wham he attempted to eiplas his
pooitim a dieemos followed of the questaee
an to whether the old iceame was a coatrmet.
"I'M amit fur the mba ot argmmat." mid
Mr. Haseltos. "thatae st at is-I ia a revem
act, and that being the e I submit that at
must fall before te poce act, which ba for
ts object the good cihe eammunity, and it
m.at thrfore staM =igher he an act far
lno eourt rer t the -l ar
rowed doMw to 2th law '71. beatg a
revesme act, smade mered a ce a whach
Coages Commd mot revoke.
KmmmE14T seem (trass31
A 4 us ntone ammi at
to r aa,e..
The approprtiaon, act for Uat eveose as
"'bt when now sidevale or emebing aem
hereafter required to be laid am steets being
improved ome-baif the total cot shall be on
msed againat abutting property in le
amer and under the law goveming
In ie emm of COo-g--y permit work;
.that asetting property a odet be
Noleuo seek mmo wam a wedewelk and
eerialg baae beam lead by toe Ditret anther
sem to frst of na mm edirth permilt oye
teom withln two yaro prior to such a ueemmt.n
and ol emb oksrges an amammuto theM te
rsaded or aae.
Capt. F4abager embd %e attemtims ot the
Co-et---ea toe* mi ater ad ..dn mat
the opaie. of es ~entsy to obtmamad
therem. A inquest ha smuei~v beam madae
for the absmMe er a agemi -
meat fer new em adr .aorp
An old bienstine em6 emsi ed (fret
thtoropeat sement etfh property
onea. ~~ p eo r peid one-hat
to est e toem6.butpaid mothinsg
for the eucb samL. Wsai to yemrs the
esswam bmpruend and by order ot the Cam
misiese ld emu6 em remored and re
plimen with gallie emesing, amd the penoseriy
amiesd fir oeeamf ot the east of ton. new
onrb ad the m ig.The gaeesson that the~ at
torney ho bem pm to decade is stallt
the toti sensimen G m u e carl, he em
oied er da to eat er etting i elem te
Wha endge Cale Senn to eamed as m
* *ggU--S- se Cleameir.
Cmiia for the yomng colored maa, dwms4
8mwneod, esmemseed te be hnanged at eae Dim
trical a me 7th of net month. for th
m-de of Edward Tianey, ala. clseued, en
the 15th ot Fobroary, tell, by stabbing
hi with a pamkemif in a mlo
at the earsr of 11th and L atree norihwseat.
ha.. appied to Pra-idiat Ctevland for a aam
mmem ot the death amatenee, and the appli
eilan has bees nsird to Judg. C. c. C::le,
phe iaa--e-d samnuod, tera report.
Judge Cale hms emitted his eport in the
iadser, to which hi statue, after reforming to
Q- a~ine ot Qe groiear's emmessi
S-a be em met aminmliy --r--"-hia
Os mam'a bharba bern a immun
puase, that wbne wa et sf teew
order itnay boema pesmmed of .d
ansmI tmatigrnu to appemeto Namb
of Timsy ue wrong and urn
5uCat ae es the ealeuree ad
dead d med dlah~ it ems
ma peine or
nadir @e has of Os
to am Smens of mr to Qe
W hdes huea e him e
- and wn""m " d~mt n
aemas ad dwrn MSen god he
b se sm toe dm tod of OS
-e to & Qat M . -he See
~~s- SemesS e
P -ba -
M -sse huaa
mins& gned -s aag- to to
ma lasmsa ' m m mse
paJSes43esanmS mfn s un tom 3
..sesees e ma, aaseeaa
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