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Sub Md Tide Table. Boo riaea tomorrow aO-34 aad set at 7:86. High water at 7:21 a. m. aod 7-53 p. m. >??.. Weather Probabilities. For thia section occasion*! tihowers tonight ami Siiii'l.sv;liiflit to fresh aoutherly winds. Clitircli Services Tomorrow. Christ Cui'RCH.?Rev. Ww. J. Morton rector. -**utiili*.y.*chsjol D:'M> a. ni Service* at ll a. ni. and8 p. m. Hr. I'aul'h Church?Servir-ets ut ll.a m. by Rev, Dr. C. B Bryan and 8:00 p. ra. by Kev. 1'. P. Phillip*. Grace (ni koh?Rev. Blear Carpenter, rector. Univ i 'nmiiiuuion at 7 to a. m. Sun? di, y whool at 9:30 a. m. Service* aud tat in iu nt ll a. m. am! I t> in liv Hu- tutor 1 mm a nuki. Lutheran Chur.ih?Huuday achoo! Ht 9 a. ui. Hervicea at ll a. tu. l.y trna. J.J. Mtv. Ut. Mary's Church?First nias-* at 7 as ?i. Maais and nernum at 10.30 a. m. Veaper. aud hein*iictiou 4 p. rn. -JBCONI* PkksuytkhianCiii Rt'll? -.iiriil.iy scbool at y.jO a. iu. Service* at ll a. m. and - on p iii. I.v Ref. J. R. Hevier. Haiti* r Chukch?Sunday adiool at 9:S0. Services at ll a. ra. by Rev. Dr. M.uele* Skc.m. Bai*iisj('hi ''.ch ? -lun.lay -"-/tool st 2: io p. io. aud pr*acbiug at 130 p.m. M K. v. Mr. Ilolih-s. Triniti' Mkth. Epis. Church?':'.o a. m. Holy Couirnuuion. tjamtty acbnnl at y.-.'fo a. m. Preaching at ll a. ni. a*<l K p.m. t.y Rev. W. W. Van Aradale. Yoaivt Peo* ple'is Prayer Meeting at 7 D. m. Bkthany M. P. Chubch -south Fairfax ?treet -Sunday achool at v-.'M a. m. Ser? vile* at ll a. m. and 8:00 p. m. by Rev. Wm. M. i'olaal. Mkth.Ki'ih. Church SouTH-Rev. ( harlea D. Bulla, pastor ? 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 11:1*0 a.m. aennon hy Dr. W V. T"< lor, ol I'.ii-lnunnd. Va. 7 p. m. Kpworlh l.eegu*. H p iii. armoo bv tbe paator. Mkth. Pkiit. Church?Sunday arhool at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at ll a. iu. uinl B v ui. by Rev. G. I. liumplite.s. CIh*s Meet tug at I p. in. V. P. S. C. E. at 7:30 p. m. Free Methodist Church?i?e -.met ?ear Wilkes? Service*atll a. m. aud 7:.'!0 p.m. by the Rev. E. M. Sand v. Village Chai'KI., M. E. Church South ? Oililion Ktrect, near Alfred.?Sunday m-lio-.l at 2:4b p.m. Del Ray Chapel M. E. Church South - Sunday school at 2. Preaching at I p. m. Epworth N-hkuk ut K p. m. Alms Hui sk?Service* al 3:00 p. m. ill*-**: I on -Corner Fairfax aud Franklin ?treet. s'er*tioea at 8:00 p. ru. Roiikrth Chapel, M. E. Church (color? ed)? Preaching at ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Mkauk Chapel?Sunday achool at 3:30 p. m. Evening aervice at 5 p. m. Lib Kim Baptikt Chi nen ("colored)? north Alfred htreet?Rev. IV. li.JohnHon, pal? lor -St* rv ices at 11:00 a. m. aud 7.30 p. m. Crime and prayer meeting 6:30 p. ni. OFF FOR OBIOAGO. Means. Joseph L. Crupper, of ihls cit t, and Samuel Diem r, of Culpeper, lett oday fr i Chicago aa delegates from I the Eighth dh t -itt t) the nat ional re? publican convet i m. It is generally known that M** r ipper is a consistent republican, but a ts wondtrt-d at that he would mske Ihe trip, which ent tils a grei>t desi of expense and loss of t-ine lum his busioese, but being a young man it may be possible he is keeping ac? tively in line witi hia paity in oi Jer to widen his scope of influence in this city ?nd stat*. He was a Tait man from the beginning, and no doubt if Mr. Tan ia eleit-d be will not be unmindful of the att tude of Mr. Cropper. It will be re? membered Cut Ch id are quito a number of good places in iii!* city st t ie disposal of the (avered few if the republican nominee ia elet ixl, one of which is ie pott ma* t rabip. lhere are already thi e candida) sa for the position?Mean*. Funk T. Evan*. J. A imbi ead Egg born ?nd Vf. H. P. Kelly. It is presumed tbat the present post-nan r, Mr. Thomas F. Burroughs, may desire (? succeed bim ?si'lf. Tbe att tude of Mr Crupper is a .natter which worriee the aspirants, and fittier of them, of course, would like ti gain favor with tbeir leader. It is not known whit poaition Mr. Ci upper mav seek in case of the elettion of Mr. Tait, ind it is nought that bia old position? tbst of poatmai-tM?which he tilled so ?tat afarti illy - may be ottered him. It is generally under t .od, though, tbst he is aiming at higher game if he enters the government sr r rice H all. Being a suc? cessful lumber merchant it is In illy probable tbst any small office wonld ap -peal t i his fancy. DEATH OF REV. DR. BPRIUU. Rev. Dr. I). F. Sprigg, I r many years rector of (irace Church in this city, died in Washington yestt i Jay. The deceau-*-! was in hi* 83d year, having been born in Hagerstown, Md., Octiber 27, lS2.r>. Over half a century ago Mr. Hprigg became rector of U rice Church in this city and edit ir of the Southern Churchman, at tbat lima published in the Alexandria Us?.ute office. At tbe mit break ol the civil war he went aouth, and at the close of the cooflict returned to this city and resumed tbe publication ol the Churchman, haring also renewed the paasoi il duCea of Crace Church Io the apr.og of 1879 he resigned as rector of Crace Church and assumed tbe pastorate nt the Moore Memorial Church, in Rich? mond, io wbicb lily the Churchman has ?ince beeo published. A few yesrs lain be disposed of his inter cat" io the paper aa* jemoved ti Washington iu which city he Nd since resided. While not io charge of a ."hutch, he waa overactive io KOingfrom poiuMO Point io Washing? ton endeavoring to iufrreat all heencounl ered in tbe faith be held throughout life. Mr. Sprigg waa one of the most popular mioistfrjerer stationed in Alex? andria, not only among tbe members of his own flock, aa he waa equally eateemtd by people of all denominations. He waa ever ready to aid thou struggling Bgsit*.. adverse iou me, and bia quiet acta, ip which he matentlly aided tbe distressed, will long be remembered. Mr. 8p*igg loarra a daughter, Mra. J. B. Ferry, of Washington. The interment look place thia afternoon at Greenmount, Balti? more. 8BOTIN THEH1P. J. H. McGrath waa conveyed to tba* Alexandria Hospital lau night with a bullet io bis hip, he having been abot at Culpeper bf a brakeman of the Southfrn Railway. McOraib, it aeems, had board? ed a traiu aod retaaad ta get off when re? quested tn do so bf tbe brakeman. Trouble between the two hm followed which resulted in ibe shooting. Dr. Rixey.after having rendered surgical phi, aent McCrith to fie hospinl. K0.I0I !<? tbe lievt knt>wn preparation that ia offcrw! to the ps-op sr ko-Jay tor ?hapA-p-iaor iui^iirs**tiou or any ntumacii trouble. K<?lol diueaM all luod. It ia pli-aaant U. i*!?e. lt is aold here by W. F. Creighton k Co. Junk ll the last mouth io which to nttrajtei lowest prices of the aeason on an* -thract/e coal. W. A. Smoot _ Co Tana ue the real thing for spring wear. We bindle the swellest line io tows. Our motto, high grade, low pricea, J. A, Marahall 4 Bra, 422 King sim,. FIRE IN A STUDIO. About 7:30 o'clock yestsidsy even? ing, while King street waa thronged ritb people, smoke was seen coming from Mr. A. L. Jameson's studio over tbe dry goods store of the Lozano Com? pany, oo tbe nci ih side of King atreet, between Royal and Pitt The smoke in? creased io volume and io almost leas limethao ittakeato tell it huge clouds were emerging from the windows and eavta of tbe building. An alarm was sounded and by the time the crowd Kathi red io front of the building the fire department waa on tbe ground and tbe enginea at work. Ladder* were run up to tbe second story and when the windows bsd been broken the fl*-mes suddenly filled tbe upper rooms. Four sn jam of water, however, soon checked tie progreaa of the fire and in a few minutes' time it was under coulrol and virtually extinguished. Tbe building ls owned by George J. Ha-nes, nf Accotlnk, Fairfax county, and, including fixtures, is insured frr $5,500. The damage to tha building is variously estimat'd but this cannot at preset, t be accurately appoximated. The Lor. ino Dry Goods Company, of which Mrs. Sallie P. Lozano is the prirc-pi! owner place the value of their stock at about $20,000. Tbe inaurance will cover all loss the contents, have suffered by water. Mr. Jameson, tbe photographer, says his loss will be heavy. Hi carries $500 insurance. During the fire Fireman Wm. Craven, oi the Columbia Company, a epped from the engine at tbe comer ot King and Pi t stretts and was bitten on the leg by a dog. While breaking down a door leading int) tbe ttudio Edward Petty, nephew of Fire Chief Petty, sus? tained an ugly cut on tbe lett hand by giana. Both received surgical attention. The fir* was confined ti the photo ti-iph gallery, which wss virtually gutted. I' *?*sa at first supposed that Ihe fire waa caused by defective electric wiring. hui t'tits waa shown tn be erroneous from the fact lhat (heeler ti c cuu-ut was cut off frnrr. tbe building by Mr. Jameson at 6 o'clock. It was also suggested that chemical rombtst oo in the gallery may have caused the bli./. . The fire evidently orgloated in tie ir -aiing room of (he n ulio, aa the blaze seemed (o be confined (o thtt part wheo de firemen entered. The site upon which (he building sands has been fie scene of two de? structive cod fl-.gallons. In the early part of 1802 fire dratrjyed the old 8a reptk Hall and neveral other buildings on (he west, including a bank and book? store which stood upon the sile of the building which was on fire last night. In February, 18<;.r>, a large frame struc t ne uted as a theafe, which bad been built on the site of old Sarepts Hall, waa burned together with two frame In-linen which stood on (be site nf the building now occupied by the Lozino Company. This store was erected by the late George E. French a few years later. The promptneaa ot the fire depart? ment and tbe alacrity with which the firemen worked was most favorably com? mented opon by all. Within fifteen minutes from the time the alirm was niven the Hames had been extinguished. Chief Pet tey ha-s returned his thanks to bis men for their good service. DEATH OF F. C. BANGS. Mr. Frank C. Banks, a uative of this citv, and for many years one nf the most prominent and popular actors on the American stage, died at Atlantic City on Thursday, The deceased was 72 yena old. Ile passed his boyhood days lu the city of his birth, but in early manhood he developed hist nonie abilities and Boon became a prominent act ir. He was cotemporaneous with For? rest, Boothe, Barrett and others, having been on tbe stige for bslf a century, during which time he bad appeared in tbe principal cities of tho country and he enjoyed a national reput ition. Com? paratively few of the Alexandrians now living were acquainted with Frank Bangs. At intervals of two or three tears it wss bis woot to revisit his old home and the scenes of his youth. He was especially fond of entering the frame house on the east side ol Fairfax* sired, one door north of Wilkes, whr-ra he paaned the sunny days of hi* youth. Duriog (he civil war he waa a soldiei in the Confederate army. LAWNFETE. The moonlight lawn fete given at the Golf Club last night was one of tba moat ai'.radive affairs ever giveo at the club. Ihe ladiea in charge wt ie Mrs. George S. French, Mia. Laurence St abbr, Miss Mary Glenn Uhler, Miss Rebecca Ubirr and Mi-sClai ince Snowden. They were assisted by Misses Esther Greeo, Nellie Uhler, Eliza Douglas, Cor* Jone.*, Chrs t na Kemper, Catherine Waller and Pol? ly Greeo, who made charming wait -esses. The house and grove were softly lighted by Japanese landrasand the bill, wnich was brilliant with moonlight, wis dotted with L'roupi and couple* Tbe older peo? ple thronged the porches and reception room, where several exciting games of cards wes a played. CHILDREN'S DAY SERVICES. Tomorrow eveniug at 8 o'clock fie Methodist Protestant Sondsy achool will have tbeir annual Children's Day exer? cises in the auditorium ofthe church. An elaborate programme has been pre* pned lor the occasion. The floral dec t rations, which are lu charge of a com? mittee of ladies, promise to be very ej abc rite. Children's services will be celebrated io Trim, f M E. Church at 8 p. m. In tbe First Baptiaf Church (omorr jw Rev. Dr. Mrnefee, D. D., of Washing? ton, will preach a special aermon to (he children. At 8 p. m. the children will have their celebration. CONVENTION ADJOURNS. The forty second annnal session of tbe Sunday school convention ol Ibe Bal tim-re Conference of ibe M. E Church South bas clrjseJ. Judge Locke Walton, of Woodstock, Va., waa elected president, and M. N. Millan, of Washington, D. C., secretary. Tho Bomber o(. o*li6r positions ire to be idled bf appointment. Tba convention did not -iefule upon the nett place of meeting. The sessions hsve been plemnt and int seating tb roughit, and there haa been a large attend anea of ^ia-rap drians._. DEATH OF SAMUEL DREIFUS. Mr. Siyiauel Dreilui, soo of Mr. Ju* ina Dreitoi, of this city, died in Wash* Ingion yemrdey. i he depeaaed waa 42 i years old. He leaves a widow and aev Ieral children. The remaina wil) lt brought to tbis city for interment. JUDGMENT REVER9ED. Th? Coui. of Appeali bia r-versed fie judgment of tbe Circuit dort frr Alexandria county in the case of Mian - Sarah and Miry Swan agaioat the Wsst ington Southern Railway Com par, y. The action of the court aeta aaide the re? port of the commissioners and remsr.ils the caae for fur.her proceed ir gs. Tbe suit involves the ownership of a at -ip of ground at Four-mile-run, over which ali northbound trains muat pass. Home time ago crimmbsioners appointed by the Circuit Court condemned the strip aod awarded tbe Mitae* Swan $5,(300, from which an appeal wis'aken. Charles I. Simms, of Alexandria c ninty, repre? sented the M *is's Swan. Col. F. L Smiti, of tbs city, ltd Mest-ri. Cut ir and Ltsike, nf Ricbmno', rnpresented tbe rsi I wi-y compauy. RED MEN. At the regular meeting of Osceola Tribe,lmprnvdl O.der ol Bod Men, held at their wigwam on tbe secood sleep, hot moon, tbe billowing chiefs w. r ? elec? ted for the m-tiing te-m. Sich*-"*, A. D Deetoc; aeoii r sagamore, Fred Mudd;' junior ssgbmt r*. R. A. Garri-'t; pr.iphei sagsmore,T.J L ghlf.io'; chief ol record*, Chsr. Nagel; collector of wampum, E. F. Dowoham; keeper nf wampum, Ytttt Kaus; truitee for 18 mooth*, A. J. Butcher. The duels will be Icm tilled on tbe tecond sleep, burk moon, at the 8th run. After tbe Intt illation there will be a aocial session ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At tbe meeting last night nf Pd .mae Ledge, No. 38, Independei.t Order of Old Fellows, the following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: Norman Williamson, past grand; Vf. F. RisJoo, noble grand; W.H. Yates, vice grsnO; W. A. Conwsy, r*cnrding setrittiry; L. M. Davis, treasurer: William E. Latham, financial aecnur,-; Edgar Lyle*, thaplt.ii*. The new officer-; will be installed at tbe first meeting in July. _ BONDS EXCHANGED. Yesterday the auditor received ac esptsnees ft r bond exchanges amount? ing to fifty-five thouaand aud t?vo hun? dred dollars. Of thia $55,200 there was brought to the auditor's office by tbe nwntra ft>,C00; ideeivtd by mail $1,500, and handed In by the cashier of one of fie national banks acceptances to the amount of $47,100, wbich that officer bsd secursd Irnm eight holders of tbe bonds ot 1879. All of this $55,200 is held in Alexandria._ DISTRICT COMMITTEE. As it tied in the Gazette of t oat day the delegates of the E-ghth district st Roanoke, on Thursday, named Messm. George Shackelford, cl Orange; Raleigh T. Green, nf Culpeper; G. L. Boothe, of Alexandria; R. A. McIntyre, of War renton and P. W. Gantt , of Loudoun, member*) nf fie State committee. Mr. McIntyre takes the place of Mr. Greu vil'e Gaines, nf Wat renton and Mr. Gar re t thst of Mr. T. H. .Lioo, of Prince William. ____^___ CITY SERGEANT SURPRISED. A colored woman went to the resi? dence of City Sergeant Cox yesterday aod left a bundle, asying a cob red woman tdd brr to leave it wiri him, as the sergeant wnuld take care nf it. After the woman had departed, the ser? geant opened the bundle and was sur? prised to find a mulan ?infant in it. DR. TUDOR?*:) PREACH. Tbe many admin rs of Dr. Vf. V. Tudor of the Virginia Conference will be glad to know that he will preach at tbe Wishing! in Hired M. E. Church South at ll o'clock tomorrow. Dr. and Mrs. Tudor attended the session of the Sunday School convention yeitjiday. _ THE MARKET. There was anotbfr abundant supply of country produce in market thia morn* ing, but prices showed but little varia? tion fruin thnae of laat Saturday. There was more firmness io the pricea nf aome vegetables, but but'.er and eggs wm un? changed, as were otber at iple protluits. Cherries wt re plentiful ai low prices. LAWN "PARTY. Tbe young men of Miaa Penn'i Bible claas of fie Bethany M. P. Sunday school will have a lawn piny in tbe gt've adjacent to the grounds of tbe golf club on Monday next at 7 p. m. and will have as their guests the mem? bers and friends of Bethany Chm -h. FRATERNAL VISIT. About twenty members of Mount Ver? non Gbaitsr, Royal Arch Masons, of this city, paid i fraternal visit t? Mount Horeb Chapter, Washington laat nigbt. The Alexandrians, after witnessing tfce conferring nf degrees, were em eu tined ii a baoqutt '_ SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. Tbe Bethany M. P. Sunday Schnnl will have its annual picnic in the beau? tiful grove of Ihe Hume farm, at St. Asaph t-t tion on next Friday, Ifllh inat. pqlioe"court. I Justice L H. Thnmpion presiding. J The following case* wore disposed of ibis met ningi Thoma* BoNnann, askpsi, charged with ate sling; (?r<sa*-fs, was tined $10. .1.ibu Payns*, colors-it, charge! with di? on.>-i ly conduct, waa ilttmnaa il. Anuis* Free mau, nlao colored, f barged with a -millar of i--n*i-, waa lin*-.I fi. Jame* Miller, colored, charis*.! with as? saulting Ros.- Ford, colored, waa tined $10. The Ford woman, who had letti ch*rg> I willi tightiug, waa diaiiiiaaed. l-knily Carter, ct I ired, charged ss ith MeC lag a pair of chocs from Spencer Lee, colored, waa fined $5. Horace Oollingaworth, charged with pawn? ing a watch bt-l'ongiug io Walter Cann, vs aa lined $10 and -chi to jail Tor Pp daya. When you need to take something take it promptly for thc stomach, bat takeaomrtniog yon know ii reli'lile something like Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion Kodol ia pleaaant to uke. it ia reliable and ia ?naran toed 11 give lt-iiet. It ia sold by W. F. Creighton sb Co. Crab Paiad, Bard, Soft and Deviled Crabs} at Opera Bouse Cafe. "Say! your aboei are beauties," aaid a prominent citizen to a friend this week. "Where did you purchase them."' These shoes are tbe Hes a; I bought them at J. A. Marshal! A Bro'i, 422 King street. NOTICE-COAL AT BOTTOM -SUM MKlt PRICES. Take advantage of the low price and boy yonr coal before the advance July lat. Will be pleased to hilt your order now. Both phone-.. p?W. AITCHESON, *pr22 bj" aotttb Boya iitmt. YOUNG man ITS A GRAVE ERROR. So manv of you are llviog atriclly np to your salaries and never save a penny; K'a a grave mistske. Bavegomethinji, if only one dolli r, each pay day. iou will soon be saving five instead of ta*. . H..w abott coming right down; get a little Savings Bank and begin now. TME MERCANTILE, Cor.Prince and Fairfax jcl.S tf DON'T BE ODD .- GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER. __ E. E. I AWLER & CO., VSjSSB'' Wholesale Distributors. PERSONAL. Miss Flmnce Adslaide L mg is a week-end guest nf Orptain arid Mri. Frank A.Otiok.U. *?*. A., Id Georgetown. Miaa Gertrude Madigan, of PiUvurg, Fa., who hun bern vusitiiig Mra Jacob Brill, left todaj far her Ini.i.-. Min- Kv* Thornton, rf Norfolk, ia visiting Mindi in thia < itv. Mr. Wilbur Maddix will heretfter siag st tin- Bemad I're-il.*. terian Church. Uta* Virgiiia Cuauilierljyiie lia* returned to Hiilimoml from a vrit lo Ilium!-, in AW.t* andria Min A. M. ChaariUa haa gone le Sandy Bpring, Ml , lo m ead the Hummer. Him I illie- Hutton N.-vitt, .laughter rf Mr. ami Mrs H. C. Newti, of Fairfax county, will in r?iried tn Mr. .-'.niue! C. Smoot, of \V?>hingio.i. ? ? Wednesday, Juue '2<tb, ai j i, . ii p. m.. in Pol* lek ('lunch. Fa nm cuuly Um Maggil DfWWII efl latt hight (or Staunton hu I will ItsU-r go to Monterey, ?l.n.- -lie will apemi thc hummer. Vat t sprained Ankle. As usually !reit-*d, a sprained ankle will rltsibla tue li jared peril n fir ? month or inure, bul by apply I1**', Cbum berlaiu's Liniment and observing the directions witt* emil buttle faithfully, i eui * may be elles-tcd in many cases in I* fa thsn ono wuk'a lime. Thia lini? ment ia ti .ioat reoiikable preparation. Try it for a sprain t r bruise, or when laid up with chronic i r muscular rheu? matism, and you ate cs rain 11 be de? lighted with tie prompt tanti which it sfiords. For ssle by W. F. Creighton and Co. and Richtrl (libson. You don't have to go to Washington for all the new dainty features iu 9ne footwear. Look our atock over and be convinced. We have all the new styles. .1. A. Marshall rk Bro. LOCAL BRCVITim Entire change of films at the Elite Mm mi Picture bouse* tonight. The"Hoo*ji?r Fighter," one of tbe beat allows exhibited iu moving pictures will be seen at i'm Alexandria Amuse? ment Company tonight. A fire in a wardrob*) at the residence of Mr. Wm. (-ima, on north Cilumbus ativet, Ibis nit'ranon destroyed some clothe* before it was subdued. Tb** Allison W'.C. T. IT. sf thia city haa | preasuted to every Sunday is'-hoo! library and i every achool a Itook .-olided "Ihe Urtut I American Fraud," exposing tte < viii of patent int-.liiii.-s lt in hop d the childreu aa well as adults will make it a apecial point to rs ad it. The members of the Ramblers' Clab band* ?Kiui.ly entertained their friends with a crab picking last night ?.t their parlors on Cam? eron atreet. iMiriiii; lin* eveni lg Ihe guesU >serc entertaineil with speeches, BOngi, ??'<-. The M h'.uner (iol.lir (', loaded -a itti lum bil for Liverpool Point hy H K. Field A Co., aud the M'hoomr K. V. K.-ti'lile, loaded with luuiher hy the .-lime firm for Colonial Beach, bave sailed. The -.teamer .latin-stow n, Capt. Milburn, will make au excursion about -IO mile* down the river neil Monday evening. The t>te*mer * lil *?!? ip dt A lemo Ina going and returning. The steamer Wilhelmina, with phosphate .Mk for the Alex* dria F?ftUuw au 1 Chemical Company, nailed from Port Tau.pa, Kia , for ihia port ou the 11th. Afhel Posey, who live* near Hoad ley, io lower Fair'sx county, Wits yesterday caught under a falling tree and ki Ile t. He leaves a widow aud snare! chi dis*. Sis ears, loadel with poaches and vege? tables, were run down an iucliued track at the Pol11-i a*- railroad yards last night and partislly dm ra*) td. The Old li"uiinii.ii Hist Club this evening sent a l.awUall Imam to Fairfai t i play a game witli ilie duh of thal town. The serond mumal excursion of the Com: eil nf .lew -h \\ nun n ml) he held at Luna Park on Hominy. Fain Carroll died at his home neir Deni* freea on Wtdnt-Hiltiy after a le* daya illness. Spring Chicken, Squabs and Ftoga at Opera HIMS Cafe. Dr. Micka, Eye Special in, 12 north Wuh ingtun street. Kxamination free, jeb4 120 Fried ("nins Mn down. VegeUble soup 'I io- diiy, Thursdny and Saturday; clam soup Monday, Wed net-slay and Friday. C. II. /munerina!], Market Space. nm rn If -ii*ii Ki -lin. ly'a laxative Cough Hyrup ia the one thal ohildren like *n wei! to take as it tutti nearly as g>od as maple lugar. It acts cent ly yet freely on tin- IsiwAt aud thereby it drives the cold out of the*)stem. Ilia sold h> W. F. Cie;ght rn A Co. AU want the beat. The Hem, Walk Over, lied (Wi, and Queen Quality trthoe* aro to be bad at J. A. Marahall % Bro's.. 422 Kim- street no*21 1/ Jim*, itt thk last month lo which lo | secure lowest price* of the season on an? thracite coal, w. A. Bmoot i c<> JEWELERS. yr AT AT Ar AK AT Ai Successful Watch Repair? ing Requires Prac? tical Skill. Thia skill is our aufcsa'ul means of giving you satis? faction. A iria) will prove. B R. C. Acton & Sons, \ leweters and Silversmiths* S XsaaamaW^TAKZT^rAT.miTArArATA*] Owing to Fire At our STUDIO we will ieloc?tj in tem? porary quartera at an early di n. In the meantime we have desk r tom it WI**E A Co , 421 King r-tett The Jameson Studjo, <el!2t A SUCCESSFUL Summer cooker. You can't afford to he without a Slew Perfection Oil Stove* $10 New Perfection, 2-burner size, at . $7.50 $12 New Perfection, 3-burner size, at . $9.50 FREEZERS At a Big Reduction, We offer one special lot of White Mountain and Arctic Ice Cream freezers at less than cost price. They wont last long Now is your chance if you want to buy a freezer cheap. ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt and King Sta. Tiiosdiiy. Jinn'Hi Arnold's^* From the New York Auction Sale AT HALF PRICE. New Lot Embroideries AND Laces (See Window Display ) lite Si Hints. For particulars see adver? tisement in Monday Even? ing's Gazette. -o AND SONS, 316 King Street* BELL THOSE. HOME 'PHONE - ? . . - FOR RENT. MAN'OKIN on Ftnjinary Hill: IS room, ?Ubi**, fine ahade; lovely place to upend tbe ' sura n<f. ROBERT Kt.MOTT, Real Estate Ag.-tit, \atHtf_127 Bout t Royal **trs*et. PR SALE?OMJEMtk yoanj* buggy hon* good farailv driver; *?l**o y?p huffy nnd hai-e*. Apply to JOHN T .VU | ?<*1 (J il* Watch Wisdom. A **U a tiri arri Wraf rh I < >n honem aervant that rendrrs a valuable service ac A JianUdlU TTallU H|| t _ei* tod is faithful ter the term of your natutal li Ip, ami (be tirst cost ia the last. Not only tbis, but it ia good for your children after you. We can give vou the best value that you ctn (ind on account of rac Urge line sod ret norm v>)e prier***, and we will tell you exactly -ha*, the watch will do, Waltham, Elgin, Hamilton, Rockford, South Bend and all the Standard American Makes. We tell you what the movement can be depended up in to cb, and all about tha MaV. To this frank treatment we attribute our ever increasing trade. See Window Display. Saunders & Son,6W KinK Street. AMUSEMENTS Alexandria Amusement Co. 426 King Street. Subjects for Tonight: The Hoosier Fighter A sens Monal feature subject. HO DA A Rustic Id vii adapt nJKrtvrY e(j from the poem hy Alfred Tennesson. DANCING LEGS, New Illustrated Song. Matinip every tiny. Adm "sion 5& THE FXiTE MotionFictureCompany SCHULER'S HALL SP WI A I. FOR TONhiH I. When the Boss is away the Choppers play. The Hobo Hero* A Wedding on Bicycles. Coney 1 sin nd Fire. The India Rubber Man. BONG 'Int Bant you lost iu Uatjtaai, you'll iiii'l nt Taaaeim,*" l>y Hmm. j-'ki . r ?aud Philipa. B. I*. SM IT H, Manager. je9 OK<K'ERIE-*, "Ramaay Sella tha Real G. Wm. Ramsay, dinger iles. 230 Dozen. C. & C. Belfast, Mech len burg, Amer, Premier, U. Sm Club, Clicquot, Hire's, Gosinan's, Crystal. G. Wm. Ramsay. .10 CASES. Vineland ANDWhite California Grape Juice. G. Wm. Ramsay, ii Roe Herring Price's Packing 40 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 75 Kits 25 Pails Herring Roe 25 Cases Canned Her? ring Roe. 'ii. ur The Fittest of Kvei-*-thin**. BURKE'S (jiiimipss's Stout It assimilates perfectly with any kind of food and greatly aids digestion. Pint Bottles - - 25 cents Half pint bottles . 15 cents THOS. LANNON, Cor. Cameron and l*itt Sta. STK*,YKl* froai pnature near >.r?*Jilsi?k Htlfhll Weilneiilnj, .lune 10, Urue spot |t-)<OW, ridM li"-n t>r<ken. K-**ard or return lo K. J>. WOOLI;'. jes2 it* Bell 'Phone. Home 'Phone King and Pitt Sts; CAT \\_*?.-._> "I Mad.* in the OVA Wz^AWa\~'zM ,otlow"*J ??? with a llif I jttf ViW__ c;-. ?"?? I"*! <i*ii)Ps*.ti.D<j **,IA fc__i ? *-??* *1 N.vy Blue. Months* Mj?& ^*mJJ"? ,2 Guaran* I. ?KVRfl mIndiumu int* _VM_JPJ_L_B !?? w'!?h,) Against I lu Ititi **-?"' -.Asia U_l_ _^_rf_K"_M_flH tnoaihj' IlOleS _H_W?4(! _L, afteewiA. each ?ac*. Holeproof sox Wc have received a case of Men's extra light? weight Holeproof Sox, in blacks and tans, grays and blues. These are extra light weight, made of the finest ?-ea Island Cotton, and every six pairs you buy are guar? anteed to need no darn? ing for six months. If they should you get new ones free of charge. Let us show you this wonderful hose?which saves money, time, pa? tience and aggravation. 6 Pairs: UM HE AL ESTATE. Large and Small Amounts. Lowest Rates. Moderate Charges. Desirable Property Wanted For Quick Purchasers. Have a number of clients who desire to purchase small houses for cash that present fair investments. Fire Insurance Written in Strong Companies at Standard Kates, Room '?'?, A's xiii dt'tt Nat'1 Hank Illdg. King and Royal Streets. Bell Thone 224. inpiul City 'Phone; 124 UNIFORM RANK OSCEOLA TRIBE Improved Order of Red Men Excursion to LUNA PARK Tuesday, June 16.