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SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOEEB 19.
For this section fair weather, followed Sunday
by light rain, warmer, winds becomingsoutheily.
Chuecii Services, &c, Tomorrow.?
Christ Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. by Rev. Dr. Suter.
St. Paul's Church.?Services at 11 a. m.
and 4 p. m. by Rev. Dr. Norton.
Grace Church.?Services at 7 and 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p.m. Sermon morning and at night
by Rev. Mr. Sharp.
St. Mary 8 Church.?Service at 11 a. m. by
Rev. Father Bioderick. Vespers at 4 p. m.
First Presbyteriun Church.?So services.
Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by R<-v. J. I. Vance.
Baptist Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. by Rev. I. M. Mercer. Baptism
at close of morning service.
Trinity Mcth. Epis. Church.?Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ro. by Rev. R. F.
Meth.Epis. Church South.?Preaching at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p rn. by Rev. W. J. Young.
Mornk'e subject : ' Seed in Gjod Ground ;"
eveninir subject: "Who will Throw the First
Stone?'' The reception of members ut the
Meth. Prot, durch.?Services at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. L R. Dyott. Morning
subject: "The Lost Sheep;" evtniug sub?
ject : "Only Jecus."
German Lutheran CJiurch.?Services at 11
a. m. by Rev. J. A. Schwoy.
Young Men's Christ'tan Association.?Meet?
ing at the Rooms at 4:30 p. m. Meeting at
the Midland d< pot at 3:30 p. m.; almshouse
at 3 p. m., and jail at 2p. ra.
Police Report ?List night w.,- clear
and cool with four prisoners and t- o lodg?
ers at the station house.
The Mayor thi-i morning disposed of the
following cases :
Three y ung m n and a colored boy, ar?
rested by officer- Hayes aud Joues for dis?
orderly conduct, wen fined $2.50 each
Rozier Tayloi and Jeato barter, colored,
arrested by officei Divis for disorderly cou
?duct, were fined $1 50 each.
A young white Man charged with disor?
derly conduct, H'id Frank Jacks in, colored,
arrested by officers Tavlor and Brenner for
threatening the life of Jas. Monroe, also col?
ored, were discharged for want of evidence.
Ladies' Fair.?The fair to be given by
the ladies of Golden L'ght Lodge, No 337,
I. O G. T., a! Armory Hall, commem it g
on Monday Dexl find con!Inning one weok,
promises to be a success. The committee
has used everj availableJImeana for the pur?
pose of making this undertaking a success;
and the citizens of Alexandria cRnrist as?
sured! hat if they attend this fair they will
be highly entertained, as well us help the
temperance cause. The main contributions
to this fair will bo advertised in this pcp6r
Monday evening. j
Personal ?Mrs. Thomas D. Addison is
seriously ill at her home in Fairfax county.
Mrs. Fitzpatrick and daughter, who left
here shortly after rho breaking out of the j
late war, are in the city, the guesiB of Mrs.
J. T. Hill. Mrs. Fitzpatrick, who is looking
after her interests in property confiscated
during the war, will, with her daughter,
leave in a few days for Natchez She says
there is uo place like old Virginia.
Mrs. B. W. Boyor is seriously ill at htr home
west Franklin street.
Property Sale.?Mr. It. T. Lucas, auc?
tioneer, sold to-day at public auction fo.
Messr?. Kaufman, Agnew and Strauss, trus?
tees, a lenemeut and lot of ground situated
at the southwest cornor of Columbus and
Gibbon streets, 18 f el 4 inches on Columbus
Btreet by 113 feet 5 inches deep, to James
Mctluen for :7>n
The Union straft property advertised ftr
sale to day wa- v.i;hdr.iwn.
The Opera House?To-night the Mar
iouettea will clo--5 a highly successful week's
engngemen: i;i thisoity. The entertainment
is without a doubt ono of the best of its
kind, and has kept faith with the nublic in
every particular. To-night tbero wili bo
an entire change of programme, and a $100
organ wili be the lending ?rospnt. As a
special inducement every person attending
to-night will positively receive e. present.
Death of Du Albert W. Gray.?D.-.
Albert \V. Gray died in Paltimoro yester
day, in the 59;h year of his age. He had
been a practicing physician, but retired
some years ago od account of his failing
health. He loaves a widow and three
children. He was native of L9esburg, and
wcb well known in this city.
Resident Security Required.?The
Lynchhurg City Council in accepting the
contract of the Schuyler Electric Light
Company for lighting the ?ireeis of that
city rttjuires the agent, Mr L N. Cox, to
give a bond the penalty of $15 000, with
resident si-curity, for the faithful perform?
ance of the agreement
He weighed 275 H>s, hut hs.i ro trouble in fit?
ting himself st Henry Strauss's where ran ho
found a variety of Sue < lothing for large men.
The Stonebraker ( uemical Company, [
Baltimore, M d. j
Gentlemen : In tny honor opinion 1 believe the
genuine Stonobrakcr's Liniment (of which tho
Stonchrak^r Chemical t'o. arc so'o proprietors) i-s
andoubtodly the best pain euro in the world. I
havo ux.-d other preparations tliHt were recom?
mended to me. sonicof which produced temponry
relief, hut I never in a'l my life used a remedy *3
suro, so positive, so soothing and penetrating as
Stonobraker's Liniment. 1 havo used it on both
iiumau and horse flesh, with the most flattering
results It cured every time. May its sales con?
tinue to increase until every suffering creature in
tho world is hcRled by its wonderful curative
properties is tho sincere wish of yours rospcctfully,
J. M. Mi nri.v, 5!> H st. n. o..
Doc. 1,1888. Washington, D. C.
Our S'J.50 Chinchilla Overcoat beats anything
ever hoforo shown for the money.
Henry Strauss, 304 King street.
Four Thousand Dollars in one Year.
One firm alone, the past year, has sold
$4.000 of Hawks'new Crystalized Lenses
and previous to handling these celebrated
glasses their talcs of other spectacles were
about one hundred und fifty dollars. Deal?
ers who bad given u;> dealing in glasses,
giving as an excuse thai i-.crc e ns no money
in them, arc cow handling Hawkes' New
Crystalized Lenses and Patent Spring Eye?
glasses with wonderful bu cess. When a
customer buys a pair of these celebrated
glasses he will nover us? any other kind, as
they aot like a charm upon the organs' of
All eyes fitted and tho fit guaranteed by
L. Stabler & Co., Druggist?, Alexandria Va.
Ho weighed 275 lbs., hut had no trouble in fit?
ting himself at Henry Strauss's where can be
found a variety of tino Clothing for large men.
Our >9.50 Chinchilla Overcoat beats anything
*ver before shown for tho money.
Henry Strauss, 304 King street.
JZSr- The statement mado in yesterday's Ga
ixttk. regarding tho fomale bssoball ciuh was in?
correct, as i personally attended tho club and was
with the members all*the time they were in the
city. E. H. Hammond,
_ Manager Virginia Baseball Club.
AI?-WOOL_ STEll'ED SHIBTS and DEAW
EBS, for 75c a piece, just received at
octl2 AMOS S. SLAYMAKEB'S.
The quarterly meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
vtY\ be held on Tut-rccy next
t nday (20 Oct) is the day of Intercession
fo: t nday B -hooiE inroughout the world.
Tb Corp : ? 'ion durt, without transact?
ing ?: business to-.-ay, adjourned till Mon?
day morning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. E H. Janney, inventor of the widely
used car coupler, has obtained a patent for
The Liucolnia Democratic Club of Fairfax
county have made arrangements to have
several good speakers to address the public
next Tuesday night, 221 inst., at 7 o'clock.
All are invited to attend without regard to
Justice Pu?man. of Fairfax, last night
while driving down the Washington pike
ran into a post erected by the railroad com?
pany at St. Asaph Junction. The buggy
was badly wrecked. Mr. Poliman will sue
The Washington detective force is still at
work unraveling clues of the Belle Brown
mystery, but have not gotten much further
than they were a week ago. A reward of
$50 ba-< been offered by Detectives McDevitt,
a d FJndt rs for any information that will
serve to trace the girl.
i be Alexandria Real Estate Company has I
tiled a suit in the Equity Court in Washing- j
ton against Emanuel Lacey, trustee; Bar
bara Ellen H?gen and her eight infant
children?John Emanuel Hagan, James
Henry Hagar, Georgiana Hagan, Edward
Hagan, Julia Rebecca Hagan, Benjamin
Franklin Eagao, Eleacore Hagan, and
Berth* Elizabeth Hagau?heirs-at-law of
J jhn H?gen, for a partition of the estate left
by the testator, claiming one half of the
came in severally.
A colored man refuse! to pay his passage from
Norfolk to Warhington, on tho steamer Lady of |
t.'io Lake, last night and was put ashore at Fort
re;s Monroe? Tho oiliccr of tho steamer who put
tho man oil'was cut on tho hand by the latter.
Mrs. Dolly II. Call an old and respoctod resi?
dent of Fairfax county, died at Elmwoed. in that ]
county, on Saturday last, aged 74 years.
Mr. I). Bondheim, tho well known dry goods
morclunt, advertises in anothor column an ex?
tensive und varied stock of fall and winter dry
goods, ladios' and children's cloaks, wraps. &c.
lie is closing out a fino assortment of kid gloves
at remarkably low price-.
A Woman's Discovery.
"Anothor wonderful diseovory has boon mado
and that, too, by a ledy in this county. Disease
fastoncd its clutches upon her, and lor seven yoars J
s'io withstood its severest tests; but her vital or
gun- were undermined and death seemed immi?
nent. For three mouths sho coughed iucossautly
tnd could not sleep. Sho bought of us a bottle of j
Dr. Bang's Now Discovery for Consumption, and
was so much relieved on taking tho first doso that
sho slept all night, and with one bottle has boen
miraculously cured. Hor name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Thus writes W. C. Hamrick & Co., of
Hiolby, N. C.
Try it. Samplo bottles fico at E. S. Leadbcator
ite Bio's, drug store
Under the auspices oi
GOLDEN 5.EMIT LODGE, No. 337,
i. o. a. T..
AT ABMOBY HALL. COMMENCING OCT. 21
and continuing one weok.
Everything that goes to make a fair interesting
will be in the Iir'I, and thoro will bo an oxcellont
entertainment each night.
Visiting organizations from this city and Wash?
ington wili also attend the fair.
Sing'c ticket <ono nighth 10c.
Season ticket (sis nights). 35c.
Articles to be votod for are on exhibition in the
jewelry stores of Messrs. Goo. Duffby and Honry j
Wildt and at tho hat storo of Arnold Bros
ONE SOLID WEEK,
COMMENTING MONDAY, OCTOBEE 14th.
For Ladios and Childron at 2:30 o'clock.
COMING WITH AN ENTIBELY NEW SHOW.
Bell's Original Royal Marionettes.
ELLIS'S CYCLONE OF NOVELTIES AND
GBAND GIFT CABNIVAL.
1 AA Elegant and Valuablo Prosonts Civ- "j A A
L'J\J en away at each performance. XUU
Grand Stcreoptican exhibition in front of tho
Opera Hou:e each evoning.
Admission 13, 25 and 35c. Bc3ervod scats
without extra chargo at Allen's drug storo.
OFFICE OF THE CITV GAS WOBKS.
Booms N'os. 3 and 5 Market Building,
Alexandria, Va . October IS, 188f).
Citizens aro respectfully rcijuostcd not to light
any of the ga3 lamps, as tho lighting of them in
connection with the olectric light subjects the
city t i an additi >nnl expense. In addition to this
the electric light was intended to aupcrsedo tho
lighting of the stroet lamps. This notice docs not
apply to lamps in front of churchc. but tho s?x
tona will please extinguish them as soon as the
services aie over. Tho police will confer a favor j
on ns by extinguishing those that may bo lighted [
in thoir respective beat?.
By order of tho Committee on Light.
cctl8 3t J BOX BURY, So pt.
\M HINSKY? HAIE DYE.
It contains neither silver nor load. It is made
in Blonde, Brown and Black, and from which any
desirod ah ado can be ob ained. One application
from i bottle will dyo the hair in a few minutes
by mcroiy combing tho hsir through with it.
Price 7.r>.-. For salo by
"WABFIELD & HALL,
octls Corner Prince and Fairfax strcots.
?yj "NEY TO LOAN. LOT3 FOB SALE.
s:: <>0O to loan on first-class real cstato security I
in sumsof!?"iO0or $!,O0O.
Lots for sale on easy terms of payment at low
By tho ALFXaNDBIA BEAL ESTATE. IN?
VESTMENT, TRUST AND TITLE COMPANY.
No. 302 'outh Fairfax street. octl" 3t
CONTINENTAL HAMS, the best on tho mar?
ket. Sugsr-cured Shoulders and Broakfast Bacon,
Fat Backs and Western Shouldois.
??; it; -jw A. C. HARMON &. CO.
VTEW YOEK STATE AND WOODLAWN
?M PBIME BUTTER and F?LL CBEAM
octlG A. C. HARMON & CO. _
tlLOVEB LEAF. BONELESS and WHOLE
OC-16 2w A. C. HABMON &CO._
NEW TUBE BUCKWHEAT FLOUB. BEANS J
octlC 2w A. C. HARMON & CO.
FltESH SARATOGA CHIPS just roceived at
in BOXES NEW LEGHOEN CITB<?N just
1U opened at [octlS] McBUBNEY'S.
1 f? CENTS is tho prico of a bottle of LUNT'S
10 CHOLEEA SPECIFIC, a snro and ctloctual
remedy for Dysentery and Pain in the Stomach
? _\ylO_J. D. H. LUNT.
V\7BOUGHT SPIKES FOB BRIDGE and BOAT
I ?> BUILDERS at 88 King, corner of Royal
! street. An assortment of sizes for sale cheap to
j sop2"_ j. T. CREIGHTON & SON.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES, at this time
tho leading machino. Prices the aamo at
I nsual. Old macmncs of any kind taken in pars
j payment. Ploase call and examine.
' mh8_E. S. LEADBEATER & BBO.
IJ1EY LUNT'S COUGH SYEUP
FOB COUGHS AND COLDS.
Prico 25c; sample bottle 10c_declS
BEOMO SELTZEB, price 10c, for sale by ~~
Jyl* J. D. H. LUNT.
The Unknown mat? who waa arrested at
Chicago last night on suspicion of having
had a hand in the murder of Dr. Cronin,
waa roieased this morning. He was believed
to have been the man who drove the doctor
from his home the eight of May 4.
The coroner's jury at ?t. John's, N. B., in
the case of Catharine H. McRse, wife of
Donald McRae, who died from eating poi?
soned candy received through the postoffice,
has returned a verdict of willful murder
agalnat W. J. McDonald who is accuaed of
having mailed the candy.
An unknown mac, seemingly a Swede,
of gigantic build, while suffering from deli?
rium tremens, murderously assaulted a
woman in New York this morning. He
overpowered the officer who undertook to
arrest him and was finally taken into cus?
tody by the united efforts of three men.
Mrs. Lydia Drake died yesterday at Eockford,
111., aged 89. Sho was a descendant of Sir Fran?
cis Drake. Sho hud fourteen children, eleven of |
whom aro living. The cldost is TO years old and
the youngest 52. Mrs. Drake had 12G living
grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren.
Her faculties woro remarkably well preserved.
Mr3. Samuel Trice, of Fowling Creek, Caroline
county, Md., was burned or suffocated to death
yesterday. She was 06 years old and helpless
from paralysis. Being loft alono for a short time
the bed clothing took fire, and when the Ihmes
woro extinguished sho was dead.
The State Department finds itself hampered in
taking care of (ho International Marine Confer?
ence because of the restricted appropriation
mado for meeting tho expenditures in connection
Charles Schultzman. aged 15, has boon found
guilty at Coshocton, Ohio, of manslaughter for .
tho killing of Frank Frodlie. aged 8. Tho death I
was tho result of two small boys fighting in which
Frediio rccoivod a fatal kick in tho abdomen. 1 I
Tho n.nior class of Harvard College Mass, has i
elected C, G. Morgan, colored, as class orator. '
Tho election was hotly contcstod bat Morgan rc- j
coived a substantial majority, about 270 nion vc- j
Tho report that Monssa Iicy, who is charged i
with brigandage and outrage in Armenia, hnd
been pardoned by tho Porte, is denied by tho Tur- j
The French Cabinet has expel!od M. Laisant.
tho Boulangist deputy, from his position as an of?
ficer in tho territorial army.
The striko of coal minors at Lens, France, has
boon Bcttlod, tho mastors conceding the demands
of the men.
A saloon keeper of Bcnicnf. Ill,, was yesterday
fined $8,000 and costs for selling liquor in viola?
tion of law.
Edward Pay*on Darling, a prominent Pennsyl?
vania lawyor, died at Wilkcsbarro to-day.
The long hunt for a jory in the Cronin easo
was resumed in Chicago this morning.
boots and shoes.
We Will Make Rome Howl!
Men's Heavy Kip Boots at $1.89 at Kaufman's.
Men's Pcggod Calf Boots at $1.59 at Kaufman's.
Men's Heavy Kip Shoes at $1.19 at Kaufman's.
Men's CongTCS3 Gaitors, good quality, at $1.33 at
Mens Stitch Dorras, good in every way. at 93c at
Boys' Kip Boots, tho best iu the market, at S9cat j
Kaufman's; Boys' School Shoos, soiled, at 73c at
Kaufman's; Ladies' Sewed and Pegged Shoes at
79c at Kaufman's; Ladios' Double-tipped Button
Shoes at $1.19 at Kaufman's ; ftlovo, Canvas and
Lace Shoos for old ladies at $1.23 at Kaufman's ;
Men's Split Boots, long logs, at $131 at Kauf?
man's ; Misses' Grain Tipped Button Shoes at 92c
at Kaufman's; Children's Grain Heeled and
Spring Heeled Shoes at 50 and 09c at Kaufman's;
Jaffa Shoes at 25c at Kaufman's ; Children's Ecd
top Boots at 73c at Kaufman's. All fiesh goods,
just bought from a Philadelphia house rotiriug
from business. We bought tue entire stock, val?
ued st $1-1.000, at our own figures, and will run
them off as quickly as possible.
octlS 3m COB. KING AND EOYAL STS
THEEE BICIIMONDS IN THE FIELD!?One
havo I slain, tho othor have I wounded, the
third stands to bo my moat an 1 victory, and is
ready to surrender, because J. C. SHAFER & CO.
havo captured the town with their CELEBRATED
FBANKFOBT and HANOVEB SAUSAGES, plain
and Ham Bologna, Head Cheese, White Puddings,
New Process Sausago Moat, all kinds of Fresh and
Salted Pork and XXX Sparo Bibs. Forsaloby
,TNO. n. NAYLOB only.
ocU.7 3t_Stall No. 22 Market.
N. W COB. KING AND COLUMBUS STS.,
AND STALL NO. 20 MABKET BUILDING.
We aro also handling tho celebrated SIIAFEB
SAUSAGE, Puddings, Pork, Choose and Bacon,
which wo guarantoo arc the best that aro made.
Givo us a call. We strive to please. octl21m
lost and found.
NOTICE?CERTIFICATE No. 109, standing
in my name, for ono share of stock of the
Alexandria Insurance Company, having boon lost
or mislaid, notico is hereby given that application
for a duplicato ecrtificUo will he made to tho said
octll 10t A. M. HALL.
Agent for tho Colobratod
ASHLEY BBOMIDE OF AB8ENIC WATEB.
pAINT YOUB BUGGY FOE ONE DOLLAB.
Another supply of CBOWN CABBIAGE GL0S8
PAINT; ready for uso; only ono coat necessary.
For 6ale by
sep6 W. F. CBEIGHTON & CO.
OOEE BEOS'. GENEBAL COW DBINK!
For garget, maw bound, bloating and fevers,
Milk fovor and abortion provontivo, just rccoivod
and for sale by
feb28 W. F. CBEIGHTON & CO.
PEAE PHOSPHATE AND CUBEANT SYEUP,
Cold and excellent.
jel_BBOADUS & SMITH.
ALFBED SPEEB'S UNFEBMENTED GBAPE I
JUICE makes a refreshing home drink for j
tho summer months. Try it. For sale by
EBNEST L. ALLEN,
jy5 Corner Eing and Pitt streets.
CONNELLSVILLE COKE, for house purposes,
on hand and to arrive For sale by
oct23_W. A. SMOOT & CO.
BISHOP'S BIBD LICE DESTBOYEB.
'? " SEED.
A largo supply just received and for sale by
novit W. F. CBEIGHTON & CO.
UST BECEIVED?30 ENGLISH CHINA TEA
SETS, 56 pieces. 5 different decorations, rang?
ing in price from S7 to $9. This is a rare chance
for purchasing a fino Tea Set. For sale by
my3_E. J. MILLEB & SON.
JJ Something New.
Blue BoUe of Scotland, Trailing Arbutus, Tally
Ho, Marechal Niel Boso and Alpino Violets at
je28 JOHN D H LUNT8.
Again to Meet the
G. WM. RAMSAY.
C. WM. RAMSAY.
Just received by
C. WM. RAMSAY.
Crosse & Blackwell's
G. WM. RAMSAY.
WITH SHELLS, JUST RECEIVED BY
AGonlDecorateil HanflleDnstBrasli, 25c.
GHEBKINS by measure.
MIXED PICKLES "
C. WjOA MS A Y.
Extra Fine New Mackerel
J. C. MILBURN.
PRESERVES AM JELLIES.
J. U. MILBURN.
BOASTED AT STOB Fl.
J. C. MILBURN,
Flower Pots and Stovepipe Pots.
J. O. MILBURN.
Pie I Apple Vinegar
FOB SALE BY
J, C. MILBURN.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
J. O. MILBURN.
FOR OCTOBER SALES.
Our stock presents many attractions added by our buyer in his second
trip to New York.
THE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Shows the addition of choice colorings in several grades of Serges, the
most popular of this season's plain fabrics ; also side band effects in
these goods. Novelties in Camels' hair, stripes and cashmere plaids;
In 50c and 25c dress goods we have a large variety in plain, plaid and
striped. Special attention is called to the Broadhead Worsted at 25c
purchased by us direct from the manufacturers with their guarantee as
to wear and colors.
LACE CURTAINS, DRAPE RI ES,SCR I MS,
Turcoman and Cheneille Curtains and
Special bargains in the latter goods at $2 50 and $3 50 per pain
OUR CARPET STOCK
Is fuller than at any time during the season, and embraces all the varie?
ties from the good, serviceable Carpet at 40c to rich Velvets, Smyrna
and Fur Rugs, Art Squares, Oil Cloths, &c., &c.
Housefurnishing Goods Department.
Our line of Blanket s, Comforts, "White Spreads. Table Linens and
Towels is very complete. Special attention is called to the bargains in
White Spreads at $1 75, and Table Linens at G5c, 75c and $1 25. The
latter number with 3-4 Napkins to match. The German Turkey-red
Cloths at 00c per yard are the regular $1 quality.
Having closed out our entire line of last season's Cloaks, we are now
receiving our new line of Jackets, Long Garments and Misses' and
Children's Cloaks, and will in a few days be able to present full lines
of sizes. Remember, in buying from us you are certain to get a new
and fashionable garment.
Our Merchant Tailoring Department
Has been more than usually successful this season, and our cutter is
giving universal satisfaction, The stock of Cassimeres and Piece Goods
is good and complete.
t$@*ONE PRICE STRICTLY.?=S#
NO. 1. PLUSH MO JE SKA._NO. 2. PLUSH COAT.
Cloaks & Wraps,
OF ALL KINDS.
Largest stock over exhibited in Alexandria by
ISAAC EICHBERB & CO.
All goods guaranteed as represented.
AND 8PECIAL STYLES.| 1
?&-We> cordially invito all.
NO. 3, DIRECTOIRE.