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Wl DMNHAV KVEN1NO; It I.V 27 LO?AL MATTEUS. Sun and Tidc Table. Sun ri*e- toniorrow al l:YT and sets 7:1?;. Higbwater al 1201 a. m. and 1223 p. m. Wfjthcr Probabilities. For tlii- -i-iiion partlj iloii.lv to nighl a n. I 'Ii. io tlay: noi muchehange in teinpi-riliiri ligbt I" moil.-rali- variaMe winil-. THE GAZETTE FoR THE SUMMER Bubarrihon e/bo leave the oity tem poraril) ihouhl not fail to bave il" Gazette follow tln m. Addreaaea will U- cbangi d a- often a- requeated with out extra i-barge. Th. who are not regulai nubacrtliera ean bare theQa aette mailed to tbem at the ratc of lo e. nt- pii vveek. Before leaviiitf C?JI or telephoii.- yout addreaa to thia office, SUIT FUR DAMAGES. Claiming damagea in the aum <>f 815.OU0 aa w.-ll as $1 tMin for doctora' f, , and ni.-di. ine, William Kinehalii yeeterda) in the Bupreme Courl of the Diatrtt-I -.f Columbia inatituted auh agaiiiHt the VYaehington, Alexandria and Moinii Vernon RailwagOompany. Pinchain allegee thal on June W aa be was rkling in a horae ambubtnca on the Highwaj bridge one of the defendanfa ,1,, in, . ira, while traveling al an ex . owive rate ..f *peed, -uu.-k the am hulalie.-. tlirowillg hiu.to the street and inflicting the follow in..' iiijiiii.-: Broken I< ft aboukler, lefl ear cul off, |,ft riba twisted and cracked, lefl aide of bead seriomdy and permanently in jured and brain affe. i.-d. left eye and eai -ev.'.ly mjiiied. aigbl and beariiig badlv iinpaii.-l and uiteinal injuries aJoug l.f' -i-l'' of body. Plncbman Olllin d In Im-d for sevell Week-. IMPK0V1NG THE POTOMAC. In improi ing Ihe Po(.ac rivet al \\ bington I i-i yeai a total of 856, 185.19 wa- .Api-nd.-l, aocording toCapt. Wait.ii T, llaniiuii. in bia aiinu il n-pori i>. the . In.-f of ongineera of Ibe armv. Rcpairing and building the aeawall alon - Ibe Waahington and nia rh Hinei- required an expendi tiii. 8*21 .'" ? the mlei gates $28,195 and the landing baain in tbe lidal reaervoir 82,000, the balance going for inrid.nlal vvork Frtun Auguat, 1882, t,, date, the lotal amotinl expended on general improvementa i- 88,818,718.33. It ia -tat.-d iliai I. .682 V.?rls, with a grons lonnage of 2,284,000, reached tbe p..ii of W tahington durin g the veat ^^^ POLICE COURT. [Juatice II. B. Catonpreaiding. ] The folluwing caaea were diapoaed of tln- morninic: Two while men, charged wnh diaor d.-rlv eondiiet and fighting, forfpited their collateral by faiting to appear. William l.ev.l. eolored, rharged with pawniii" rug* '"l. nging to (tertie Le vel, eolored, vai ordered to return the aame t<> tbe owaei Kobert Pal. eolored, charged with n. iii aupporl of Iu- fauillv . had I. eolillliu.d. A arbite womau, charged with dia orderly COIlduct, wa- tined 82 60. \ ..Inte woman, charged with ai saultniL- B ehild. bad he. ea-e eon tinued ^^^ POLICEMEN'S EXCURSION The ex.lil-loli L'lvell yesterday to Maraball Hall by tbe membera of the Al. \andria |H>!iee force was a de ided ,ue.e-: I Iu- ideamer Charlea llacal eater left bei wharf iu Ihe morning, afteriioon and eveuing, carryiug many peraona .lach trip. The boal re tuiiu I aboui 6 oVIock m the eveuing, ahortl) after'.' and ai 11 o'efock buri nigbt Ml who patronized the excur aion wei.- well pl.-a-ed with theii dav - cxpein-in . The membera of Ihe force expreaa their ihank- lo llnn many fiieiid- for their liberal patronage IHE WEATHER Tln- w.aili. i was oppreaaively hol all day yeaterday, bul in be eveuing after Sllll-i t thel. was a fail in the telnpera ture and a refrcidiiug brcese prevailed flolil the Miuthwe-t.s A Cloud seellled to pa---. v. i.il nnl. --oiiih of Alexan dna. .n.l aftvi dark Itghtoing Haahe illuinined the -..uth.-a-lern lleivell-, Later in Ihe nighl tlu brccsea died oul ;illd (he pi.vioiis plea-anl eoiiditioiis with them. Al nine oVIock ilu- morn? ing the luereur) regiatereil s^ and at noon it had 11 eu to '.'1 degreea. In the aflell.Il Ih. l.i. -s l.eraine i iolldv , ;,ii.| later min fell. aet?mpanied bj ligbtning and Ihumler. EXCliRb.K?N T0M0RR0W. The Suni.n -. I.I of the s-.otid llapii-i Chunii will take an excuraion Ul Coloiuil ll.arll loni-.Trow. The -ii-aiin-i l^ueen knne will leave the f.?'i pj i' im. i..n atreel al 9 SO a m. Many frienda .?! tlie - hool have xignitied iheir inieiiti.f pat.izing the excuraion. Tbe commillee bave perfei i. I all ar raugemenuj uid in enjoyable time is a ?ured all who inav bi-.ome iii.iiiImI ,,f the i\. in ion party SEV1 RE STOKM Offlcera t?l the Baltimore steamei N.iiiiuiiiibei l.in.l. whi. h ai rived al thia jh.ii at one ... I'? k thia morning, and the Capitai Cit) . whi. h ainv. .1 al -iv o'clock, npoii mv.ii? vvind. ram and bailatonna on tb< lowei river yeaterday eveuing. Tlie slorm ? . especially se i-cre in the Oofonial Beach neighboi I......I. ^_^_ , RS101 TODAY. Th* diaii.ih. elub of Alevandria Ludge ..f llil- w.iit to Colonial Beacb todav on il- aiunial .vi ui-ioii. A laii.'. Dumber boarded the steamer l^ueen Aiinewh.ii -In- Hlopped at ilu- eity at >i 80 i!ii- nmniina_ API'OINTMENT It is uu.l.i-i. od that Mr. David K j;,,l? v arill ai an carlj dat< be appoint ,.l to the poeition of deputj United Btatea marahal for tln- .h-tn.t. which .i i- now Inld bj Mr .'..-. ph F , Mr. K- ! \ expi i ta Ui entei ui>oii tlie dbnTiargi of bia dut fclUJUtft i- m loreneea of the muaclea, wheth.-r in du'.ed bj viol. nt - xerciaea oi injury, i ,i?i.kl\ relieved b> the free applicatkw of Cbamberlain'a Linimenl Thia Im ine.it Uequally ?al..al.l.- for muaculai rbeumatiam, and alwayaaffordaquick iejbet BoW bj NV. t. CwtfhtOB and Kicbard Uibsou, FRATERNAL VTSIT Tbe loemLers of (inei.tal Lodge, No. 6, Knightsof Pythiaa, of this citv. werr entertained by Capi'al Lodge, No. l!4, K. of 1'.. at l'ytliian Temple in Waahington last night. Under a special disp'tisatioii. Capital Lodgi conferred the rank ol knight upon Jamea D. Buirkry, who was one of the vi-it,.rs from Alexandria. I'ast Chati cllor K. II. Boyer, Cbaocellor Cona rn.tii.it r .1. T. lieibeit and Ma-tcr of Pinancc Qeorgc Bonti were amoog tbe gneata aml rnade ahort addreaaea on tlie progresa of th. order. After the ini tialioii the ineinb, is an<l their L'li.-l enjoyed a social hour and refreshincnt ved. PAWNED RUG William I.ewl. colored. WRB aiie.-l.-.l yeaterday by Offieer Bampaon at the instance of Qertie LeVfll, also colored, who chartred him with pawninga rng belonging t<> her. When ihe aocueed waa jilaeed in the dock of the Police Coiirt this morning to anawer the charge be Btatfld that he pawned the rug in order to procure the n,. wl.eiewithal to go to Waahington to participate in the panuk in that city. Juatice Catoo'ordered him t<> pamde forthwilh to the place where he pawned the rug aml reetore it to Ita owner by 1:.' o'clock. and sliould he fail to do BO to prepare hiroaelf t<> beeome one of another band of paiaders who are maintained at the city'i expenae. POLICE COMMISSIONERS. A ealled meeting of the Board of Police Commiaaionera will be held t,> uigbl at wbich a BUCCeaaor to the late Lieutenanl Jamea Smith will be elected aawill also a Bcoood lieutenant and a private. Aa baa been atated in tbe tia/ette. Secolld 1 .ieuleliallt 11. P. BettM will doubtieaa beproinoted to ihe tirst lieotenantcy aml Mr. William Bchoeni will be elected a private. s, reral membera of the foroe are can dlilales for the DOaitioU of s.Ild liell tenant. PERSONAL. Dr. \'. 1' Berry haa returned frotn a shoit va, ation apenl al his ,,l,l home in King George county. Mr. ,1. P, t'.iiIm and family bave gone to Atlaiitie City to apend a few weeka, Mr. .1. I! Catoii is al Ih.t Springs attending the meeting <>f the State I' u A--, ? latioli. Judge L C. liailey is in Norfolk oll profeaaiooal buaineaa. Mr and Mrs. Ilunter Grimes, of NeWpoit News, are in the city oli a -hoit s i-il. haviOg eoine to allctid tlie funeral of Mrs. Qrimea's aunt, Mi Sarah K. B. Bimpaon. Rev. Jamea l?. Qibaoo, ?.f Wella burg, W. Va., is visiting Mrs lliomas Leadbeater at Btratl blane, where llrs (iii,-,.ii ia spending the aummei with her motliel. Mrs. M. R, Norria aml her daughtei an- visiting at Hamilton, Loudoun county. REPORTED ESCAPE a repori was circulated in thia city today to the effecl that George Hlan.l, wbowaa aenl out,, thegrandjun lauaf Momlay by Juatice Caton in th.- Police loiiit on -u-pici..n ,.f aetting rto to liis atore, had eacaped from the city ja.il. ! be repori waa baaelcac LOCAL BREVITIES The initiatory degree waa conferred upon nine eandidate- at the meeting of Sarepta Lodge of Odd Pellowa laal ntght. A gold ring, bearing the initiala K. .1., found on an excuraion steamer laal Wedneada) uight, baa been turned ovei to Chief Qooda of the police force. The remaina of the late Paunie B. Kdcleii. were removed from the vaull in s. Mary'a cemetery and buried today in the cemetery. Civil scmce examinations were held in this city today for aaaistanl chemisl and for laboratory aid. There was one appli.ant for each of tbe poaitions. \t a meeting of Beminole Tribe, of lie.l Men last nighl the thtee degrees were (oiiferred upon Dr. Sauiuel 11. Iloore. An.lrew Jackaon Lodge <>f Ifaaona yeaterday afternoon defeated a teaiu coinposed of memhara of Alexandria Waahington Lodge by a acore of 17 to 11. The camp meeting now being held at Dunn Loring, Pairfax county, baa been \.-i\ aucoeaaful aml much inh-resl manifeated. The meeting will be continued until nexl Bunday uight. Beleet Bofl Mieii Crabs on toaal an.' Peviled t rai,-. at Spinka'a Oafe, Prtu<a and Koyal street-. afleavaiiagt* trraage laatberf/lght. N.w Y"ik. luly -7. That atrong pie-suic is boing broughl to bear to bave Jamea J. Jeffriea cballenge Jack Johnaon again i- admitted by 8am Berger and lack Qlefl lon, co parMu i ,,f Te\ Rickardin prorooting the Beno flght, both of whoin are m N.w York. Neitber Berger nor Qleaaon willadmil that Jeffriea ia preparing t>> re entertbe ring, but their conversatious indicate that thej think th.- boilermaker will aoon be back in the roped aren i Qleason intimated In- belief that Jef? friea Waa ' doped" before the IJello Bght ________ Maj indirt Bfl?l Barena, Chicago, .luly ?_'.". -Reporta that the federal grand jurv now invettigating tlie methoda of the National Pa< king C. panv will iiidt. t ibedirectora aml other olticials. wer. given ered.nce \esleiday when a conference was held between the governmenl attorneya aml the form ,.f the imlictmcnts diacuaaed. Judge Landia inatructed th.- jury t.> indicl i idividuala. H thia ia done -ome 7o directora >>f the \^ Bubaidiary comp i ntea are in danger ol facing true WUs. Tbeae men ? -> aped the hua time and only their corporationa werfl Mdicted trongeal evidence preaented t.. the grand jury came from Moaea 11. Joeepb ,,f New York. who wa- compflUed to ibe oonditiona in that cfty before ifter the National Packing l pany killed competitiop. Qiaacfl over the list of High Qradfl ,1,1 rv, lusiM ly by u- I i\ | rjooaina, Queea Qaabty, Bed Ctobb, Lindor Bboe Co., N Heai A B~. (Tbfl Taylot .V Co. (Tatlor Made) Broctoa Co Ofmrattvfl Co., Walk Over, Begal, K\,,!-ior BbOfl Co,, and many othexa. J. a. MarsbaU & Bro.. 422 j_u g iiK-a TH LAWVaWfB. A real aouthera weteotne was ex tended the Maryland delegates by their Virginia cnlleague- of the Beoefa and I'.ar AssiM-iatioii when the joint nieetiiig of the Slale l!ar AssiM-iation of Mary land and Virginia was ealh-d to order uythe llomestead Hotel at llot Bpfinga aa aoon yeaterday The addreaa of U i.ome MU delivered by (ieorge A. Frick, a ineinber of the exeeutive eom nilttee. Tln- introduetion of President R. Walloii Moore. of the Virginia A -,.,-.ation. foll.nved, and he read a -.holailv paper on the Siibjeel, "liii.tiu and the MoveflMUl for Inter national Peaco." Mr. Moore made an eleoqueul plea for tbe [nternatkmal Couri of arbitral justiee whieh witl.in Ilu- !a-t fevv w.-eks the seeretary of state baa 'anoounced is exnected to |?- ai-eoiiiplished without waiting f<>r a conference to perfoct the plan wbicb NV(-s left ilieoinplele ill 1909 at Tlie Hague. - S. l'ield, of Maryland, read a mper brimful of wit and anggeationa. ?|i wr aee danger to liberty and to the peipetuation of free inatitutiona in tbe overgrown and still growing power of the federal governmanl and tbedwind ling power of the state. it beeoines our duty to . oiieeive and suggest nieasures U) avoid the dailg'T. Ai a l.u-ine- nieeting of tlie Vir? ginia a-s..riatioii the eleetion of 18 new membera was repbrted. The committee whi. h has been arorfcing to ,-eeure an addiliotial eir.uit judge fof the Federal Circuil whieh includea the -lali- made a repoit and was eonluiued, altbough Mr. Alfred I'. Thom, of Noifolk, asked to be allowed to relire a- .-hairnian. A bill ereating the new judgeahip baa been paaaed larfea by the llou.-.-of Repreaentativea and de f.-aied iii the Senale. and last winler the melhod of disapoointing its ad vocatea waa leveracd. It is thoughl ihe Virginia assiM-ialioii wdl meet in joint sessioii next year with that of We* Virginia, ihepl'aee probably being Warni Springs, Va. The evening Beaaion, acbednlad fot s :lo o'el-.ek, was late in starting owing I,, a Lvn. laldi-inelinatioti of tl.e lnein Im-i- to dcaert the porchea, wbere aaem lilauce of | broexe was f.-lt. At !iis ., ilu- Maryland aaaociation was thc hosl of Col. I>. ?i M.lnlosh. I'le ,iding from the pi.-i.luig otlie.-r's desk, |? looked u|. a bi'lliant aceoe. The handaome ballroom was brUliantly lighted, ii.arly all themeli pre-.ut w.-iv iu . rening dreaa and the many w.n preaenl were gowned bandapmely. Colonel Mclntoah aaid that be had expected t>> make theooat ofthe begi lalun- the aubjed Of tlie aniuialaddie-s ,f the preaident, but aaa unable to do jo becauae of delay in publiebinf tlie ii.-w laws and the eon-.-qu.-iit labor of examining tbem. Inatead be look f. r hu subject th.' Maryland practice < f making ihe jury judgea of botb I;. * and faets in <?rinunal ea-e rfezl waa k paper by Mr. Alfred P. Thom, of Norfolk. who by reipiest rboae for bia aubjecl "liav.- the Btatei Been LawabidingT" He outlined tbe powen delegated to the national governmenl by the Btateaand revhrwed legislation by rarioua Btatea whicfa migbl -.?.in t. ??..titliet with this national , nn lilution and laws. Iti-e in 4 nttoli. New Voik. July 27.?A setisatiotial liseiu Jnlj eoitoti pr.-.ipitated l.y whal -,-rin.d to be a biill raid, drove ahorta tO COVer today and setit tliat option ,, iiiiil' up 7:: poi'ds I.. 16. in within a r.-w inoiueiit- after tlie opening of the cotton excbauge. The markef aaa -eli-atiot.allv aetive, followillg Vester dav 's sluggiahneSB. There were wild ucenea in the pil as July cotton ad vaneed by leapa and bouuda, going up two and three |Mjints hetweeti lud Ihe fa.t that little rain bad falleii in Texaa and the other big cotton atatea had mucfa to do with the aeriea ol ad van.e that foried the b.-ar- to the wall. Uprfadag in Kerea i.\|>ert<-.i. Tokio, July 27.?A bfoody npriaing sueh as even .lapan has rarely seeli, is i- peeled nexl month, whell tln mikado atteiupl- to swallow Korea by the procen <>f aunexation. Qovern meiit olll.ial- are rushing preparatfoiis maaaing troop* in the lu-init kingdont. It i- aulhoiitaliv.-ly -taled thal the au? nexation will I"' annouuced in the mid dle of August. That native Kon-ans do uot im.-mi to surrender the integrily of their eoiiuirv without a battle is in dieated by ahe way Jtbey are ftoating back lo the eountry from foreign laml-. ili.-v have arranged for theaepret im portati.if ai in- and ammuniuon. Haafltal < an't fueee Him. York, I'a.. July 27. Lern than balf iu hour afler be bad left tbe Vork rloapital, riire.l of a copperbead inake l.iti-. I.awiein i- Myera came back with a paiilv cruahed righl hand. Two ringers had to I..- iiiipuiaiid. Myera, who re cently waa almoal drownad in the Ca dorua, given concuaaion of the brain by a batted baaeball, HsUfroroabaywagoo and tumbled down a BeJM.a ofhoa -im. when cured of bia make btte ae euied a positioii al a .i'.'ai bOJ I ICtOI v and promptlj caughl In- righl hand in a printing pn DIED. Kt Enterpriae, N. C, on Sunday, July ?i |t?lo -u l" o'clock, Mr- VENNIE ii-.il. beloved wit.- ..I Jaeob A. Teah, i-'.-d ?;-\ i ir-. Mr-. Ii-h wa- the limther ,,? Mr I.. I I, -Ii olthi-eity. \\ eep not Ihal In-r toils are over. \\ ii p not thal her raec i- ruir. Ood granl are maj reat a- ealmly \\ li.li our work like her- i- ili.no. I ill tlnll W6 J l.ld wilh gla.llle ?. ?lur mother to him to keep, \ii.i reJoiee in the aweel aasuraoee He giveth hi- love.l on.- -I.-ep. Bl 111 B l.oV WO IH -ItVM) VNDt'HIl I'HKN < U.e bj one earth'a tie- are luokt-ll .- -,r our i..V r .1. And Ihe hop.- BO foildlv elieri-hed. Brighten bul lo pass awav ( ui.- i.\ oi.iu- bopea s:row brighter, K?r we near the shhtlng ahore; For We knoW a.-ro-- the river \\ lit the loved one- gOBe hefore. BT Hi i: l.ox in.. (.i:\Mm iiii.l.lil.N. Tbe fnneral took phaea from her r.-i denee and wa- larirelv att.nded l.y rela and frii nda oi the dceeaaed: ltev II. Ratlegeofliciated._ IN MK.MtibTAM In -a.l an.l loving remembranpe ofpuj dearbroth. r.J \M1> R.OR1FF1X,wbo died July -:. i "' sl, epon. d.ar l.rother. sleej) and take VOlll \\ ( l.'.ved you, bql .b-iis hived yoe Vllks MOODBB, iiiiv/^Uiiis AJOJ --JlsiLivs, s ira Murderer RftBCtn.nitr.l. Aulmrn. N. Y.. .luly 27.?Wbile William fjiibert, aOattarwig? conntj negro, was being led from the doath Imusctotl.eelectrir.hair.nlhe Auburn priaon thia morning, tlie coovicta in the ,,.11 house ebouted onthi at th,- legal witnessess. dechvring tbey were niiir derers of an imi< "<" ">*n ,","'r' himself was res._..e.ltohisf..i. aud -x hibited no fear as he walk.d i., the chair. I. BbOCk wa- BufBciHd to caus.-death. TheexecnUon waedclayed ,,, ;i||,,w the priaooei to repeal the Lord'a Pray.i. Gilbert was put to death for Ifcfl nilir.lt r of bh sweethea.t. \ ."Ia Hughes, at Otoan, on Augiwl 22 last year. He mamtain.d to the last that the abooting,waaaccidental, adding as he wa. atrapped in tbe chair: "1 ihink an injustke ia being done. but I bave nothing to live for wjtboul N'tola and I am ready lomeflt ber m beaven." THi: KKHUBI'K \>~. The lirst skirmi.-h betwe.-n the ' rflgO' lars" and ''proglflaflivfla'' "f tbfl rfl pnbbcan state txmventkm, ,u Coluru bus, Obio, lookplaee last night. in lh? state cuiimiiltee and result.d in faVOT of the regulars by a big niargill. Coragrflaavnan Hoirland, of Clevc land, who baacfaarge of the "progrrs sive" platform. was defeal.d fot" the chaiimaii-hip <>f the rcsolulioii^ ronv niittee by a vote of 16 to :'-. Seiiator Dick was cboaen. Seiiator T. K. Burtoii was la-t niilht -elected M permalielit chaiinian of lli, oooventioo. This will leava the chair manabipof the big Cuyahoga county (Cleveland) delegauoo in the handa of Mauriee Meschke, the vic.-chairnian. a residellt of Coiigi csMiian llowlalid's district. The delegatii.n, iiowever, isspiltover tbfl govemorahip. Walter F. Brown, of Toledo, was unaniiiiously elected to his thir.l terin as chairman of the state ceiitral COflB milU'e last night. Nicliolas Loligwoith. Mr. I.' velt's son-in-law. was oboflfln teinporary chaiinian and made ;i apeflch. K.i.lutte Senli nu.l. Paris, .luly -J7. M. Bocbflttfl, Cfl? tral ligure in the m.w fainoii-' l.'"< h.llc affair," waa today found guilty of il legally operating comniercial concerna and setitencc.l to two years in pi i-..n a",i iiiie.1 $800. Bocbette was ahown in his trial to be a "freii/.ied linam i.r ' ,,f th.- kmd expoaed in America. II was soinctimet called the "Charl.- U Iforee <>f Prance." Traveling your comfort depends large ly on your re fresh m ents along the road. Carry your favoritc hot or cold drink in an TRAOP MAPK IkfUteT nia. u. a. fat. orr. and obiat bh.ta.m BOTTLE Keeps drink icy cold for day- and steam ing hot for 24 hours. You are invited t<> examine them. Saunders & Son 629 King Street. What Shall We Drink? Now that hot weather i;. here we are again confiunt-d with the question of what to drinl. Water is ofttn rmpnn and ice water is daageroua tea and cof fee have a At M'Ik causes billiouine-.s Whisky intox icates. The so-called "soft" drinks upset the stomach. HOFBRAU BEER Quenches the thirst best of all and it cannot carry geims. because it has been boil.d It has been wcll aged, 80 a3 not to cause bdlious ness It is pure and mdd, and you'11 like it. RobertPortner Brewing Co. alexandria. va 'Phone No. 49-B W AN I t- !> lor inv.-s'in. nt Od Br inort^a^'e- it '. pcr eclll iUt .-.:..??! for I I ? B4.OU0 for ayeara. a-VOOO for a J For parti.ula,- a-k }y?-Jl THOMP*U>i * APPK II .. t* ST.a pa avi THE BUSY CORNfR Washington, D. C. 81 Coat Suits of Ltnen and Ramie. Worth $10. each. Choice $3.95 FOR SALE. Cozy six room brick dwelling, 821 Duke street, with all modern improvements. Good condition. Al ways rented. Desirable brick dwelling No. 904 Dukestreet.con taining 8 rooms and bath with 20 foot side lot fronting on Duke street. Two fine new two-story brick dwellings on north Columbus street, Court House square, containing 8 rooms each and every modern convenience. Ready for occupancy. Further particulars at my office. John D. Normoyle, CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS. CLEARANCE SALE OF Summer Shoes We will positively sell all broken lots at prices REGARDLESS OF COST. A. KATZ, 400 KING STREET. iu:y G00D6. NATURAL COLOR In a Special Purchase. 250 piecea of the beet valoea in Na luial t'oloi Irish Dreaa Linena ever pnl over an\ Doonter. Every tbread pore tlas, good weighta, and woven perfect lv: guaranteed in everj way to ba the l? I Ki\e differellt . pia lit le- ; 60 pi.jees each. Tbeae are tbe kinda uaed f<>r making aeparate akirta, coat raita, auto coata, dusters, children's wear. etC. 19c grade, 27 incbea wide, a yd?121-2c 29cgrade, 80 incbea wide, a yd .19c 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON, D. C. Clearance Sale in llainnioek-. I.awn Bwhlga, Chair-. (_mping Duiiit-. Tenta, Lampa, fiathing Suii-. Poaitlvelj lediietioii al eo-t to inake r. for a in ,.orderofChriatmaa gooda Tbe alMive nieiitioiie.l g.Is bave t?> be ,1,1 Soine reni irkal.le l.ar_ains. I.iun 8a inga at 93.00 each; fonner pij,... *\..?, i- one ofthe bargaine, for in-.lan.-c. R. E. KNIGHT 621-23-25 King Street. Williams "Empress" Floating Bath Soap Best for the Bath. Special, 6 cakes for 25c Taytor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. TO THK I'lllIK . . >win.' to mv wife de-rliie,' ine with OUt a ,iii-i' 1 hereliv nolify lt)e public I will not be reaponaible for any debts ....ntn.et.-d l.v h.-r All bllll dii.-present BAM'U 11 m:i:inoion. 219 South Payne Street E\ l.ci l"l! S N.iI'I* K- IIa\ iti_r ? l?>-aI uicd a- exeeutor of the willofthe late Mr- KI.I/AHKlIf T.McVEIOH, I her.io (fivenotlee toall peraonn li d to her .-late t<> makfl paymenj k m Itbout i-.-i.iv. and to all peraona bai iag elaim- a,'al!.'-t the same to pr.nt th. m t>. in. . nroperl] autnentlcated, for settle miiit. LEWId Ii. MACHFJi jjiglot Jixocutor, Swan BroSe Thursday will be a great remnant day. We have never had bet ter remnant values to oft'er our patrons except the un usual reductions to belound here Thursday, our Rem? nant day,every department will offer some very spe cial bargainsThursday, and you will find hundreds of new remnants to choose from. Twenty dosen 12 l--V pillow caaea, reinnant priee Thursday, eaeh 9c Three doxen children'a Wc nndei bodiea, lixe 11. reinnant price eaeh.:. ,i'" Two doxen 10c children'a mualin panta, remnant price, eaeh. 6c Tenladice'white 81.00 waJata.aoiled reinnant priee, eaeh.??? 49X! Two do/.en la.lles' whlte eannon i-loihskirt.s.#l.lHlqiialily, rein? nant priee Thursday eaeh. t'.'.'e One lot val and torcbon lace and insertion, 6 and Bo value, rein? nant price, yard. 2c All silk windsoi ti.-s. remnant price eaeh.- lQi T,-ti dosen heavy turkieh towela 12 1 ?_'<? value, reinnant priee, eaeh. 90 Fifty yar.l- wide embroidery band ing. 25c value, remnant priee. yard . 1-1 2c ,->i\tv yarda wide embroider) band ing( 85 and 50c value, retn* uaiil |>rii . yard .?? 19c One lot wide eor-et eover einbroid ery, remnant price yard ??? 12 1 2t Tell pleres 25c Wide eol-et eover embroidery. remnanl prica yard. 18C Tlue. piee.-s wide embroidery, gal loon, S6c value. remnanl price I . 21c one remnanl of - 5 8 varda em? broider] Bounoeing, l l 1 yard wi.i.- 81.00 value Remnanl price yard. 89c One remnant of 4 8-4 yarda em? broidery nounciug, 1 II yard wide, &\.25 value, reinnant priee, yard. tOC 1IN1 yard- whlte doim t llaimel ihort l.-ngths. 10c value rem? nant pri.o. yard. 7 l-'Je ?JlHi yard- while check nai(isook -ln.it lepgtha. 10c valus rem uani price, yard. 71 -u< i i- arbite ibirting madraa, 19 l??_'<? value. remnant price, yard. 9 1 -? r.iHi yard- beef quality, pereale 18 l-8c value, remnant price, yard . '??'' imi yarda (ancy ifcirting madraa iu.- value. remnant prue, yard 8c Hard Crabs. Soft Crabs, Dcvded Crabs and Crab Salad At JAOOB BRILL'8 RBBTA1 KANT fixjtof King Street. (ipen until 10 p. m. apr7 6m Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before tln-advam-e ai lOWaet -ummer pri.-es. K.-t <|lialit.V prompt deliverv and bottom priee Pbone96. DbW. AJTCHESON, 1U7 south Royal atreeU 'je^ DKY QOODS. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK--WASHINGTON?PARIS Dress Goods Department Printed Batiste Lawns at 7 c Per Yard. The Regular Price is 10c. Fivc tbonaand yardaolCriap, N.w. and Dainty Printed Batiste I.awn-, jurt from tbe caaaa, on -al. at a tbird leaa than uaoal price. Andthere an pattema to d.aefrom, anch aa Mack figurea, -:tripes, checka, polka-dota, and ih.ral deaigna on white grounda, and white atripee, poika-deta, andfignreaon navy blue aud old bluegrouinls. The crotli is very ttnooth and line; the -t>l, BUCfa as are in broad deniand, and the g.I- ahsolutcly perfect. We piircha-. them at a conc-.sii.n in price, wfaich euablea us to offflf same at 7c the yard. Regular price, 10c. Al-o 7.,'.m? vards of Dotted Swi-s ju-t iMirchased and offered at a special prfee. In Ihislot are attractive bla.k aml white stripes, BgUTM, rings, ch.cks. polka-dots; also rich llotal prinlings on white grounds. An ideal fabnc f,,r women'i midaummer dreaaea, kimonoa, wrappera, ax. 10c the yard. Regular price, 12 l-2c. Also several thousand yards of Sti ip.d (ti-mdies. white grounds withhaud soiue saiin atripee and printed BoraJ deaigna in dehcate shades of blue and pfaek. A very pr.tty aud sheer frbric for niidsunimer wear. 18c the yard. Regular price, 25c. Also several thou-and yarda of BetbAfl Lawna, in dainty BoraJ patterns and prettvblack ligured. dottfld, and rtripedeffecta, on white grounds. Make-pl.n did dreaaea and dressing Bacquea for morning wow, and aapecially akc for children. Special price, 12 l-2c the yard. St> oii,| lloor -<i st. House Dresses House Dresses of good Gingham $1 and $1.50. White Skirts 75c and $1. Black Silk, 36 inches wide, stan dard quality that is sold elsewhere at $1.50; our price $1. Hand Bags 75c to $15. Trunks $2.50 to $12.50. Short Komonos made of beautiful lawn, special this week 10c. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. H H ? - - M jCAPITAL, $100,000 ? r? ? H ?i M -i ?j Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce, ^Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. n^aniirEiTiiixEiixnixniiiiiixEiiiiiiii ? mx ofjAlexandria, Virginia SURPLUS. $125,000 0FFICERS: H r H f H r* - M ? ; J. C. Smoot \ Worth Hulfish <? H ? H H H H ? r H - H H H M r> h M f DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield M. A. Ahern Jas. W. Roberts Carroll Pierce Urban S. Lambert The Citizena'National Bank has rven dircetly identified with the M mercantdc. manufacturintf. and jobbini! ii Mcxindria for forty tj years. and, with it.i large capital. am[dc - , arvativa din- i 'rate. protfrcssive manatfement and convenicm quipped 10 Itiafae torily baadle new aaaowara aad to aocotd theni ?? ?an?? coorrcuui tention w hich has beon a v.ul factor in ., growth. uad e.....inuoua H n3XTO.XIUllllJ.UATTaiITttlXlZttXlLIJaillIJLl _______< Summer Clearance Sale LOTOF Ladies' Shirt Waists Consisting of White and Black wash India Silk Waists, Tan, Pongee, Silk Waists, White Batiste Waists with Irish Embroidery fronts. Values ranging from $2.49 to $3.98: your choice for $1.69 D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET.