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SATURDAY EVENING. DEC. 30, 1899
snn rises tomorrow at 7:33 a. m. and
, ts at 4:43. High water at 6:37 a. ni.
,md 7 06 p. m.
cathkk i-kobabiutik8.--For this
sei -. r; continued cold tonight aud Pnu?
day and probably Monday; tr<.su wci-t to
Chorch Skr vices, &c., Sunday
-Christ Church.?Services at 11a.m.
and 7:30 p. m. by Rsv. Berryman
5 . Paul's Church.?Services at 11 a.
. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. P. P. Phillips.
act Church.?Communion at 7:15 a.
Services at 11 a. m. and 11p.m.
j Rev. C. E. Balls
S . Mury'a Church.?First Mass at 7
in. Ssoood Mass at 10:30 a.m. and
al 1- o'clock, midnight, and ser
y Rev. D. Loane. No vesoers.
nanuel Lutheran Church.?Service
1 p. tu., in Kuglisb, by Rev. Mr.
er, ol Wa-hirgtor.
Second Presbyterian Church.?Sunday
9:30 a. m. Services at 11 a.
ou 7:30 t> in. by Rev. J. E. Thacker.
ist Church?Preaching at 11a.
i 7:30 p. uj. by Rev. J. H. Bu'ler.
Mcth. Epi*. Church.?Sunday
?. at 9:30 a. m. Services at 11
. Rev. W. C. WebD, of Philadel
id at 7:30 p. m. by Mr. Cornell,
;inure, ? minister of the Society
ends, will preach. Epworth
? -ervices at 6:30 p. m Wstcb
ervicts will begin at 10:30 p. m.
h. Epis. Church South.?9:15 a. m.
inday school. Services at 11a.m.
v. J H. Boyd, and 10:30 p. m. by
. v. E. V Riester.
Pillage Chapel, M. E. Church South.?
i bbon street near Alfred.?Class
ting at 9 a. m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m.
Dei Ray Chapel, M. E. Church South.?
Sunday school at 2:30. Epworih League
at S p. m.
Meth. Prut. Church.??9:15 a. m. Sun
;> -choo!. Services at 11 a. m. and 10:30
m. by Rev. T P. Revelle. Christ
Endeavor topic service at 7 p. m.
Free Methodist Church?Lee street,
ar Wilkes.?Services at 11 a. ra. and
? p. m. by R^v. Mr. Cameron.
Meeting at Midlaud Railroad reading
is at 4 p. m. Service of prayer and
with a short address,
ms House.?Services at 2:30 p. m.
le Chapel, Protestant Episcopal
m1).?Sunday school at 3:30 p. m.
?g prayer and sermon at 6 p. m.
ts Chapel, M. E. Church (colored)
ching at 11 a. in. and at 7.30 p. m.
R? v. William Gains.
I'm: End ok thk Yeas ?Tomorrow
. the last day of 1S99, aud tomor
v uight, at twelve o'clock, the bells
t-url out and the steam whistles
scream, to usher in the new year.
L'ne old custom of New Year's calls,
ben everyone kept open ncuse, with
a -piead of various dimensions, but al
iv a iioeral punchbowl and a huge
i in iigestible ulack caKe, ha3 gone
aut. No longer do those who have dt
.?nied "not to receive this year," hanc
l.t.le baskets to the knobs of their dooi
belld for the r^c^ption ol visiting
cards. Instead, the young man goes *o
;he saioou, where he can hod the punch
; owl, ''ur sotnelhiug just as good,"
ill the young woman stays at home
and dors not "receive." In conformt y
ivith trie letter i-sued two weeks aao
Cardinal Gibbons midnight massse :
mil tio celebration tomorrow in St. I
Mary's church. The mass, which was |
luthorized by Pope Leo. marks the j
beginning of the Holy Year, during
ich Ruine will be the fountain head I
all uit-rcies for Catholics throughout
the world. In St. Mary's church tbe
tass will be celebrated bv Rev. H. J.
i lutler ?ds sted by Rev. Father Loane,
aeon, aud Rev. Dr. Heneberry as a
tlo iday, New Year's Day, being a
gal holiday, the federal and muoisi
.. offices and banks bill be closed, the
- ..ilicrt will keep Sunday hours and
ime ol the merchants will take a half
Gams Supper.?The rabbits, part?
iges and pheasants sent by the Earl
oi L imiesborough from bis estate iu
E j;iand to Alexandria-Washington
L due of Masons of this city were
erved last night at a supper given by
the !<>d>?e iu the banqueting hall of the
1 d 1) iminion Cunmaodery, K. T.
Tne -ui>per was an informal one, no in?
vitations having been issued, but about
.-?verity-five Masobs from tbe two Alex?
andria lodges and a few visitors were
pi sent and a most enjoyable evening
H , - sp i '. Tne tables were beautifully
spread by the Messrs. Runmel, who
snowed much taste in the decorations
und who also served the game to the
"Queen's tuste." Accompanjing the
UrtiriH was a hamper of evergreens sent
by .u.s. Barnard frr>m Cave Castle, the
estate of John Washington. These
formtd a part of tbe decorations, and
uftei tbe supper the evergreens were
distributed among those present. Sev?
eral impromptu spercVs were ma?e
during the evening and Mr. K.Ktmji' r
ad several ir.'orestiog letters from tfte
Earl. Senior Warden Oehlert acted us
Th< following cablegram was sent oil:
i. m . a! or ugh, 29 Grosvenor Square,
L >ndon W.:
"Brethren of Washington's Lodfe
from game banquet s*>nd New Y-ar
See Psaims 122, vetse 7."
- ..: ?ruing Mr. Kemper received a
; ply from the Earl expressing bis kind?
est regards for tho members of the
<: al o his ?pr>reci?tion of the
^entimeuts expressed in the
me.-s ge sent him.
1 following message was seot this
moriitng to L. S. Merriek, Master of
L . ?, 1. ?dgo, Beverly, Mass.:
Fi in the bnquet table so gererouf
. by tne Earl of Londesbor
orethren of Washington
- Miid their usual New Year
gs to Liberty Lidge, with the
that tho friendship so happily
' rtned may grow as the years roil by.
iret-fold coro* is not easily broken.
A. H. Oehlert, S. W.
K. Rempeb, P. M.
PERSONAL.?Miss Sara Daingerfied is
i ing Miss Mary Stokes at ber home
v rt sin et, Baltimore,
a Marshall King is visiting Mrs.
. Haockel, in Churlottesvi'le.
"ii-- Mary Williams, of Washington,
I Mr. Pnilip Ganley, of Montgome
c uoty, Md., were quietly married
> u Thursday afternoon at the parson
K?e of Trinity M. E. Church, Rev. N.
B. Ma tecs otliciating.
The liest Prescription for Chills
I F< v i- h bottle of Grove's Tasteless
I u ll Tonic. It is simply ircn aud 1niP^Pa
n a uste.eas form. No cure?no pay. ?Oc.
Second Lieuteoaot Fiizhugh Lee, jr..
was yesterday at bis own request re?
lieved from duty as aide-de-camp on
1 be si an* of bis father. Brigadier Gen?
eral Fi zhugh L*e, io Cuba and order?
ed to proceed to New York and report
I by telegraph to tbe Adjutant General
of the army for further orders.
! Mr. John Aitcheson last night enter?
tained a number of bis friends at bis
home, 311 south Lee street.
j Mr. Randolph G. Fitzhugb, of PuIsf
ki, is visiting his relative, Mr. J. R.
Mi.-s Janie Peakeand brother, F'ed,
last evening entertained a number of
friends at their home, on Braddock
Heights. All epent a most enjoyable
Miss Annie Tyler is visitiog her sis?
ter, Mrs. Effie. Leaf, in LyDcbburg.
Mr. A. J Wedderburn today r ireived a lot
tor from Mr. ?. H. Holt, of tho U. 8. 8. Mt
rietta, acknowledging tho rocoipt by Captain
Uheeu of the resolutions of thanks to tho
ship's crmpany for the part they tcok in tho
aeaqu -centennial colebntion in thia city last
Octobc. The eteamor is now at AdoD, Ara?
At tho m 'otiog in Richmond on Thursday
night of Acta Temple. Kuights of tho Mystic
Shrine, Mr. E. E. D<wnham, of this city, was
elected representative to tho Imperial Council.
Railroad Extension.?The South?
ern Railway, which determined some
time since, to extend the track* of the
old Wasbing'on, Ohio and Western
road, now owned by it, to Snickers
ville from Round Hill, its present ter?
minus, is having large quantities of ties
delivered upon the ground preparatory
to layiug the tracks. This extension
will be made in order to gratify tbe
Washington city public, large numbers
of whom epeud the summer in the
neigh bo mood of Moutit Air . To meet
the increa.-e of patronage which is ex
peeled iu consequence of tbe extension
of this road, the proprietor of the B'ue
R'dge Ion will add 75 rooms to his al?
ready commodious hotel.
Thk Weather.?Toe mercury iu
j this city went dorvo to 10? again last
r.ight, bill people from Fairfax say in
I that county it was several degrees lower
j than tba\ The river froze ovrfr again
and the steamers had some difficulty in
making their early trips, but later in
the day the ice was broken up and of?
fered not so much resistance Old
river meu ?ay, however, that a few
more nights like last night will block
the river to the smaller steamers.
j German.?The Alexandria German
Club last night gave a delightful dance
at McBurut y'a hall. The german was
lead by Dr. L. S. Greene with Miss Carr,
of Norfolk, aud Mr. Taylor Burke with
Mis* Virginia Cocke, and about fifty
couples were present. The chaperones
were Mr?. Cocke, Mrs. J. T. Burke,
Mrs. H. C. Ansley aod Mrs. L. C. Bar?
ley. A number of ladies and gentlemen
from a distance were present.
Second Presbyterian Church ?
There will be communion service at
11 o'clock tomorrow morning in the
Second Presbyterian Courcb, and at
night Mr. Tbacker will preach his last
sermon as pastor of the church. The
session meets tonight at 7:30 o'clock
for the purpose of receiving any who
desire to join tbe church.
Grand Jurors.?The following is
the list of grand jurors for the January
term of the C >rporatiou Court: Peter
Aitcheson, Notde Lindsey, Augustus
Deane, Geortrn H. Hariow. J"?-eph S.
Beach, B. W neat ley, Wm. H. Hell?
muth, J. C. Milburn, J. Ctrlin Creiuh
too, George F. Steiner, Samuel .-myth
and J. Ciinton Smoot.
TO CURE A COIjL) IN ONE day
Take Laxative Bbomo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tbe money if it fails to
cure. E. W. Gbove'6 siguaturo on each box.
Twentv ono lodgers were at tho ttition
house last eight.
Ovc rseor of tho Poer Shock i-kept busy
supplying tbo r eoi s of tho destitute.
But few country piop'e attoudod uiirk:t
oday. Prico3 ahow but littlo change.
D<ptitv Insto':tor R. H. Hauen k inspected
5,G'2? barrels of fljur for the quaror euding
A pleasant entertainment was given at tie
M P. Church 'aat nifiht by tho fc'oeiety of An?
drew and Philip.
Tho river was Rf>a." frozen ovor lsst night,
and today crowds havo b?ou enjoying the
skating on tho shipyard cove.
Tho committee on light last night poet
poutd tbo giving out of contracts for coal,
etc., till ueit Tuesday night.
~-'orgc?nl Smith has recovered twobicye'es
i.ud a watch which w< ro loccntly sto'en in
\Va-hiii>;t >n and so.d in this city.
Tho only ea-o bofore the Maror tbis mom
ing was th-.t ol a young man charged with
breaking a window. Ho was dismissed.
'I he submarine bout Ho land is hard and
fust iu th ? ice at hor dec'' at tho Washington
navy yard, aud tho trial will not be m ?de for
Many who aitended tho Masonic suppor
loet night ari l ato th ; Knglisb gam? have to?
day imagined themselves to bo ' English
During I)oe< mber tho Clerk of tho Corpora?
tion Court recorded 33 do'ds aii'i issued 35
marnago liceusoa?25 to white and 10 lo
A colored tramp named John Moore wett
to tho station hotiso yesterday evening suf?
fering with frost-bitten feet. Ho was sont to
tho Infiimary today.
At Utaco Chuich tomorrow night a 11
oVlo'ka-^ew i ear's eve service of prayoi
aid praise. Brfv. C. E Ball wiil officiate.
The uMual 7:30 p. ru. torvi o will be omittod.
Without concluding tbe military read case
tbe County t'ouit tlna i vn.ing adjournol till
Tuesday uoxt. Tho court tortiyhear l aigo
moiits on tho instructions, tbo evideuto hav
ing boon contludod.
It is belicvod that in the person of Max
Krebs, a ber ender at th: Ssngorbnnd Hall,
tho Washington pol ce havo "J-.ck the rut
tor," or the man who for some time past has
bem cutting women's dresses.
Marriage licenses wer? is uod in Washing
tin y est. rday to James B. Floyd and M-ry
Baldwin, beth of Augusta county, and t) Ed?
gar H. Turner, of Cuipepor ?ouuty, and Ms
mio Myers, of Orango county.
Tho case of Howard I. Owens, of Warrec
tou, adas 'Vaptain SVarl," charged with
fra'iduloutly impersoua'iog an army officer,
will be tried in the U. Coart in this city
on next Tuesday Owonu's offense lay in
borrowing $30 from Colouel Ha-tz, of the
local recruiting station, to whom tho yonrg
man introduced himself as "Captain Ward."
Hon. George D. Wi'e is 6anguino of tbo ac?
quittal of his client.
Robort E Turner, a motorman on tho Me?
tropolitan Street Railwav in Washicgtor, w?s
stabbed last night by Unarles McUir, the pro?
prietor of a cigar store at Eleventh and Eatt
Capitol ttreet'. Turner's wound proved
fatal. Tboatabbirg was tho outcome of an
as?ault by McUin on MisB Bartba Crown.
Hcth men bad boon paying attentions to the
Mrs. Alfred Morrison, the wife ~ol
Professor Morrison, of Mount Vernon.
N. Y., who was shot by her busband
yesterday in mistake for a burglar, died
this morninc. Up to almost the time
of death Mrs. Morrison pleaded with
those aronnd her not to blame her hus?
NEWS OF THK DAI
Parson Burroughs, of B-istol. Ten' .
has married 860 couples' since 1891.
General Ludlow yesterday eave a
dinner in Havana La honor of General
Wood, at which teb. future of Cuba was
Governor-General Davis, of Puerto
Rico, started from Sin Juan for Wash?
ington yesterday to consult with
A bride of a day at Ha/erstown, Md.,
was brought into court yesterday ocd
made to return a wa'ch and chain, a
present from a disappointed suitor pre?
vious to her marriage.
A Manila dispatch save that Filipino
soldiers are returning to the towns not
occupied by American troops and
terrorizine natives who show sympathy
with the United States.
An important step in under considera?
tion in London. This consists of a
joint request of the United StateB and
Great Britain upon France to define
the boundary between the territory she
olaims and that ciaftned by Liberia.
The United States cruiser Montgome?
ry's visit to Liberia is, it is reported,
because of a proposed joint request ot
the U.iited States and Great Britain
upon France to define the boundary
between the territory she claims and
that claimed by Lioeria.
The printers'strike in Pitteburg has
not affected the seven daily papers. All
are issued on time, and in ju t as good
shape as before the strike. Tne stereo?
typere refused to go out when ordered
10 by the International Typographical
Union. The boycott fell 11 it.
The miners' convention at Cumber?
land, Md , reconvened yesterday, and
issued a reply to the circulur published
by operators of the various mines of the
section. Necessity of u joint conference
was urged, and operators were again
Hsked to m-et the miners' represente
tive^. January 31, 1900, was named fur
Braye Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the results in Joss of appetite, poisons
in blood, backache, nervousness, head?
ache and tired, listless, rur-down feel?
ing. But there's no nerd to feel 1-kethat.
Listen to J. W. Gardner, of Idaville,
Iod. He says: "Electric Bitters are
just the thing for a man when he is all
all run down, and don't care whether
he lives or dies. It did more to give
me new streneth and good appetite
than anything I could take. I can now
eat anything and have a new lease ou
life." Only 50 cents at E. S. Leadbeater
& 8ons' Drug Store. Every bottle
Mrp. Edward B. Potter, wifo of a carriage
manufacturer, ami her mother, Mr'. Fannie
Bishue 1', wore fatdly burned this morning
at their brine in New London, Conn. Mrs.
Bu6hned's (lothing caught fi:e from u small
Ntove and in endeavoring to assist, Mrs. Pot?
ter's clothirg also took ?ro. Wrapped in blank?
ets the frenzied women rushed into the street
and rolled on tho ground until neigt born
came to their relief. Tho youngor woman's
death is oxoo<t>dat any time Little hope
is entertained for tho mother's life.
Orange Noble died in Prir. P*? today, acod
82 vears. Ho was one of the tirst to embark
in tli ? oil business ant went to Erie with
$0O '.000, whiih ho invested in business.
Ho died poor.
Congressman Bouteilj. who is <-t tho Mc?
Lean Asylum in Wsverly, Mp.tu.. pasred a
very comfortibio night md thu phyticianj
st<to that ho isstcHdi.y improving.
Tho Middicsox woo:on mills, at Low II,
Mass, will iidvanco tho wages ofthoir80G
operatives January 1.
Big Fire in Chicago.
Caicago, Dec. 30.?A fierce fire early
this morning destroyed the seven story
building, occupying a quarter of a block
at the corner of Franklin and Monroe
-treats and cause! a loss aggregating
*950,000. The northwest wind and
the severe cold prevented the firemen
from saving any part of the building in
which the bLze started Many build?
ings in the vicinity und some blocks
*way, including the Board of Trade and
Chicago, Burlington & Qnincy build?
ings, were threatened. At 5 o'clock the
wefit wall of the wrecked building,
which then stood alone, fell inw>rd.
Several firemen were caught but none
seriously ii jared.
The New York Stock Market.
New Vor'. Dec. 30.?Tho stock nxchsngo
closed at noon today tor the year lc>99. The
mnikttwas strong and higher, und had for
some days been recovering fr rn tho big
slump of tho early D. cember days. Tho yoxr
1899 h s been mi extraordinary one n tho
riiiHiiei-l world here. Many new hich re
cor Is we ro ruado and stocks went booming.
Toward the closo of the ye-.r a reaction tet in
ending in tho panic early in Docembrr. Dif?
ferent reasons are given for tho slump, chief
of which were tight money and abnorm-] ic
tl-iuon of value", especia ly in industrials or
trusts. A nit?blo feature of tro > oar was t o
advance in tho prices of neaTy ?-11 com?
modities, except grainp, which have declined.
Next to the advances in price of the com?
modities the ye ^r was notable for the foimi
tion of gigantic combination9. Tho number
of industrial consolidations completed in
1899 is eighty-one. Their cggrogiito capi?
talization is $712,850,0(1)0 common etock,
$1,125,650 000 preferred stock and $182,
395.000 in bonds; in a'l $2,02u,895,00J.
Funeral of General Lawton.
Manila, Dec. 30.?iho public funeral of
i teuer*. Henry W. Lawton was hold today
just previous to tbo transfe rranjo of tho re?
mains to the transport Tnomas. The strvicos,
which wore couductel by Cbapliiu Piorco
were impressiv.'. Tbofuntral ?o tejo passed
from El Paco c-emctery to tho wharf, part
of the 14th infantry, the 4th cavalry, aod
Tay or's battery acting as escort. The coffin
was carried by members of Genend Lawton'a
staff. The honorary pall heaiera were Ger.
? rail MacArthnr, Schwan and Kobbe and
Bear Admiral Watson. Mourning deccra?
tions were in evidenco throughout the city.
A guard of honor will accomj any the body
on the Themas wh'ch sails this atternoon.
Bod Hot From The Gun
Was the ball.that hit G. B. Steadman,
of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It
caused horrible Ulcers that no treat?
ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck
len's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felous,
C-tos, Skin Eruption?. Best Pile cure
on eartb. Ooly25c. a box. Cureguar
anteed. Sold by E. S. Leadbeater &
Size doesn't indicate quality. Beware of
counterfeit anl woitbless s?lve offered for
DoWitt's Witch Hizel Salve, OeWitt h the
ouly original. An infallible cure for piles
and all skin disease*.
LOST.?Bat ween 806 Cameron street and
407 north Washington street, a HAND?
SOME SHAWL with silk embroidery and
fringe. Suitible reward for its return to
Bev. BEBBYMAN GBEEN", 407 noith Wash?
ington ttreet. _dec30 3t
BE. LEE CAMP.?The regular monthly
? meeting of B. E. Lee < amp. Confeder?
ate Veteran?, will be held at 1 te Osmp Hall
ou MONDAY, January 1,1900, at7:30p.m.
E H. O'BBLEN, Adjutatt.
The Palais Roya
MOTHER'S FOUR BARGAINS
$1.59 for the $2.00
Dresses, lined thro
ught. Sizes 6 to 14
25C for the Child?
ren's 39c Knit To?
ques in plain colors.
They look and feel
as cosy as can be.
39C for Children's
ton Flannel Drawers j
and Knit Leggins.
22c for Baby's 25c j
Eiderdown Caps and
29c for Boys' extra
strong Canton Flan?
The Palais Royal,
G and 11th streets, Washington.
K AUFM ANN'S STORES.
Gigantic Stock-taking Sale.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Shoes, boots, men's and boys' suits and
overcoats, ladies' golf, astrakhan and plush
capes, ladies' ana gents' furnishings, blank?
ets, quilts, trunks, satchels, hats, caps, etc.
In every department the knife has been
Sale begins Thursday at 9 a. m.
400 & 402 KING STREET.
New York. Dec 30.?The- market closed
as follows: Whoat?Dec ?; May 69^69%.
Georgetown, Leo. 30 ?Wheat 65a71.
Working Night and Day
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Every pill is sugar-coated
globule of health, that changes weak?
ness into stre ptb, listlessness into en?
ergy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful io building up the
health. Ooiy 25 cents per box. Sold
E. S. Leadbeater & Sons.
Gaining a Wide Reputation.
As a cure for rheumatism Chamber?
lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide repu
:atioo. D. B. Johnson, of Richmond,
Ind., has been troubled with that ail?
ment since 1862. In speaking of it lie
says: ''I never found anything that
would relieve me until I used Chamber?
lain's Pain Balm. It acts like magic
with me. My foot was swollen and
pained me very much, but one good
application of Pain Balm relieved me."
For sale by all druggists.
Don't Tolinrro Spit sad Suiuke lour Life Avr.ay,
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag?
netic, full of life, nerve and vipor, take No-To
?ac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or 81. Cure guaran?
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co . Chicago or New York,
Ladies, clean your Kid Gloves with La
Bollo Glove Cleaner. For sslo only by Mrs.
0. E. Eradley, 414 King stieet. Headquar?
ters for Kid tilnves and all the latest novel?
ties in fine miUincry and fancy goods.
List of Unclaimed Letters.
The following is a list of tho lottors re?
maining in the Alexandria, Va., postomce
Persons calling for letters will please say
tliey are advertised.
Advertised letters not called for within two
weeks will be sent to tho dead letter office.
Alexander, Mary Johnson, B L
Allen. (2) Miss Janie Maioue, Ernest
Carter, Mrs Agnes McGinniF, J Q
Clarke, Miss Florence Powell, John
Ooloman, ( harles M Proctor, Willlo
Coffoo, Mi? Mnmie Htiff, Dr F W
Games, Mrs Mine;va Stokes, Edward
Holt, B 0 Williamson, L H
Hunter, M A
J03 L. CB?PPEB. P. M.
Fiom Fresh Fruit. Daily.
dec30 3t_L. EH DM AN._
STOCKH"LDEB8' MEETING.?The an?
nual mett-ng of the stockholders of the
F.E.JACKSON COMPANY, of Alexandria.
Vs., and Wnshington, D. 0., will be held at
twelve o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY, Jan?
uary 10.1900, at No 123 south Boyal streer,
Alexandria, Va , for the purposo of electing a
Pr?sident, Directors and transaction of other
JOHN B. BIDEB, Secretary.
HAVE PLENTY OF THEM.
From 50c to $2.00.
SKATE STBAPS 5c per pair.
R. E. KNIGHT,
621 KING 8TBEET.
^SHEET MUSIC ALWAY8 ON HAND
Closed Monday, New Year's Day.
Woodward & Lothrop
10th, llthaodFSts., N. W.
HEW YEAR'S REQUISITES.
Attention is invited to an unusually choice
and complete assortment of women's and
men's Dress Eeqnirements for New Year's
Day, embracing everything that is proper and
including the most elegant imported high art
novelties and the less pretentious sorts. Also
Fine Table Napery, Bich Cut Glass, Dainty
Chins', artistic lamps, Table Delicacies, and
Veil's Dress Requirements
For New Year's Day.
A auporb stock of all the approved styles
and many novelties, including Full Dress
Shirts, Full Dress Bows and Ties, black and
white, in evory proper Ehape; Full Dress Pro?
tectors and Shields, in newest designs and
styles; Collars and Cuffs, Silk Suspenders, and
Half Hose, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Cuff
Link?, in gold and enamel; Shirt Studs, &c.
Women's Dress Requirements
For New Year's Daj.
GLOVES?All lengths, Dressed and Un?
dressed Eid; pink, blue, tan, white, and
black. Silk Evening Mitts, 12, 16, and 20
HANDKERCHIEFS?Point Lace, Valen?
ciennes Lace, Duchess Lace, and fine hand em?
broidered and Hemstitched Linen.
H03IEBY?Silk and Lisle Thread, plain
black and till shades to match the toilet or
slippers?lace ankle, boot pattern and drop
COB-ETS?Exclusive novelties, in new
models, specially desigred for the present
mode of costume, Special reference is made
to tho Ribbon Corset, of handrome wide satin
and t?ff>twy ribbon, designed especially to
wear with low-cut gowns. Hlk Hose Sup?
porters are shown to match Corsets,
MILLINEBY?Exclusive Paris conceits in
Ha'r Ornaments?for tho theater, opera, re?
ceptions, &c. Also Handsome Pearl. Cut
Steel, a d Jet Ornaments for hair or gown.
NECKWEAB?New Paris dainties for the
nrck, in a profusion of exquisite conceits
Many of this i are of our own direct importa?
tion and have no duplicates.
sLIPPEBS?White and black satin; Patent
Leather, Beaded Eid, White Kid, Opera and
strap; also Veivet Carriage Boots
For New Year's Day.
While there is a very extensive variety of
the substantial every-day aorta of household
linens, the Linen Department is especially
tquipped in all its branches to meet the de?
mand for the finest grades of gocds for
DINNER PARTIES, &C
P&-GOODS DELIVERED IN ALEXAN?
ioth, i ith & F Sts., n. w?
Washington, D. C.
_J^YjCiOOBS^_I DRY GOODS.
A sweeping reduction sale in every department throughout
the house in anticipation of rebuilding our store. We are of?
fering duriug this sale Lace Curtains and Tapestry Portiers.
LOT ! 76o LACE 0?BTAIN8 49a
2,91 - 75c.
8, $1.25 ? 91.
4, ?L60 - 9125.
5, $1.75 - fl.50.
6, |2, a 91.75.
7, $2.50 14 fa
8,92.75 tt 92.50.
9,94 " 93.
10,95 M $8.60.
11,95.50 " 94.5a
12,98 " 95.
LOT L $8 TAPE8TBY PORTIERS $2.24.
2,94^0 " $8.50.
3,97, 14 $5.
SILKS FOR WAISTS 25o UP.
;S?-WE STILL GIVE TRADE DISCOUNT COUPONS.Ifc*
0EW-TEBM8 OF THI8J8ALE ABE.8P0T CASH.-fts?
ISAAC EICHBERG t SON.
As we near ^the end orj^our closing ^sale we find many
things which, in^theVush, we have failed to put to the front,
and now that the holiday week'is on we will place these spe?
cials on our tables, and would advise those who contem?
plate making useful Xmas presents to call before the rush
comes on. Everything mentioned will be sold at less than
present wholesale prices. This means a saving of about 33
cents on each dollar.
1st Let: Ladies' Co'ton Underwear?Night
Gowns, Plain ani Trimmed Corset Covers,
Skirts and Drawers. The above are fine
goods and wonhy the attention of prospective
2d Lot: Consists of about 100 Ladies'
Wrappers in Calico. Flannelette and Lawn.
These are nicely trimmed, ruffled, flounched,
s<\ Our 98c goods, ail to be sold at 75c.
3d Lot: 6 Ladies' Coats, regular price
$6 98. now $3.98.
4th Lot: 6 Beautiful Capes, $6.98 goods,
5th Lot: 25 extra fine Black Satin Waists,
$4.98 quality, for $3.75.
18 do. Silk do., $4.98 quality, $3.75.
11 " $3.98 " $2 75.
8 Saline $3.98 " $2.75.
9 " $2.98 " $1.98.
8 Silk $2.98 " $1.98.
6th Lot: 22 Fancy Table Covers, sizes 4
to 8 quarter. These will make elegant Xmas
presents, being fine goods and lovely styles.
7th Lot: All-wool Scarlet and Bluo Flau
8th Lot: 20 dozen Chillnm'a Undershirts
and Pat.u. white and grey, 25c goods at 15c.
9th Lot: 10 pain roal Irish Point Curtains.
Were cheap at "-'4.98. now $3.75.
10 pairs do., were $3 98. now $2.50.
TO Yd! TOYS! TOYS! DOLLS I DOLLS!
DOLLS! All go at a sacrifice.
1,000 yards 10-4 Sheeting at 15c. Today
1 lot Men's Underwear, 50c quality, for
1 lot Men's Working Shirts and Overalls,
50c quality for 371fcc.
1 lot Manhattan i-t ff Bosom Shirts (color?
ed), $1.00 qual ty !or $1.
Also a nice lot of Manhattan soft bosom
NegPgee Shirts, $1.50 quality foi $1.
TOYS J TOYa! TOYS! DOLLS! DOLLS J
DOLLS at a sacrifice.
The last chance to buy Domestic Dry Goods
at less than wholesale prices.
NO. 424 KING STREET.
tk\TRamsay Sdls the Beet.
The Weather for Mince
Atmore's Best Mince
10c a pound at
FINE LARGE FI8H,
Just received by
G. WM. RAMSAY
Very Fancy Imported
G. WM. RAMSAY.
Nuts of all Kinds.
JUST RECEIVED BY
NICE SOFT FIGS
LET US HAVE
YOUR ORDER FOR
Hero is no assortment of ?IX BOTTLES
of fine old CALIFORNIA WIN EH. They
will give yon tho bamo satisfaction that tho
more expensive brands will.
Regular Price $3.50.
1 BOTTLE OF CLABET.
1 BOTTLE OF HHEBEY.
1 BOTTLE OF POBT.
1 BOTTLE OF SWEET MUSCATEL.
1 BOTTLE OF B. B. BBANDV.
1 BOTTLE OF OATAWBA.
Special Price 6 Bottles for $2,
3-year-old Bye Whisky $2 per gallon.
1894 Hannisville Whisky $3 pir jthllon.
5-yearold Apple Brandy $3 per gallon.
Special Prices for Christmas.
Best Qnality New Citron 10c por lb.
Mixel Candy 5c per lb.
Broken tick Candy Ho per lb.
Beat Quality Mixod Nuts 12c pel lb.
Home Made Minco M'.at, quart jars, 25c.
t. P. Woolls d Son,
BOYAL AND WOLFE STEEETS.
Yates and Company
WILL BE HEADQUARTERS
this week fcr XMAS DELICACIES; via
CANDIES in variety.
NUT8 direct from importers.
RAISINS, London layer.
CBANBEBBIES, Cape Cod.
TUBKEY3, tho finest dressed, drawn.
Duke & Fairfax Sts.
?We beg to thank tho people of Alex?
andria for their kind patronage during
tho Christmas season and we express
our beat withes to all for a happy and
prosperous New Year. Tho kindness
shown us we appreciate, and our aales
havo been nearly doubled this jear
over the same of '98.
Carter & Howard,
423 KING STBEET._
COFFEES have advanced, but we are still
selling them at old prices.
ROE HERRING and bHAD Roi, for aalo
by_J. C MILBUBN.
DOOR MATS, good quality, for sale cheap
The modern and most effective cure for
constipation and all liver troubles?the fa?
mous little pills known as DeWitt's Littlo