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Church Services, &c., To-Morrow.? Christ Church,?Service at 11 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. by Hey. H. Suter. St, Paul's Church.?Service at 11 a. m. by Key. Df. X"fortop. Grace Church.?Ser?ic3 at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. I). F. Spri/?f?. St. Mary's Church.?Mass at 7 and 11 a.m. V'cners at 4 p. m. Union Presbyterian Church (First Church) ? Servioo a( 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Dr. Hul look. Second Presbyterian Church? Servioo at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Wm. Dinwiddie. Mcth, Epis. Church?Servioo at 11 a. m. and 7:3() p. no. by llev. Mr. Pearoo. Meth. Fpis, Church South? Service at II a. ra. and 7:30 p. m. by ll9v. Mr. lioyle. Meth. Prot. Church?Service at 11 a. m. und 7:30 p. m. bv llev. \V. K. Qrahatn. Baptist Church?Service at 11 a. m. aod 7:30 p. m. by lie v. VV. S. Peoick. German Lutheran?No sorvioo. Friends' Society,?Alloa Fiitoraft, a oiiaister of tho Sooiety of Friends, has appointed a meeting at Friends' Mooting House, St. A9aph street, to morrow afternoon at half past threo o'olnok, and desires a general invitatioa given. Young Men's Christian Association,? Prayer raeetiog ia tho Baptist Church at 4 p. id. Alois House at 21 p. m. Jail at 2 p. m. j Open air meeting at tho Caoal basio at 2:30. Weather PaoBabilities?Nov. 2. 1S7S. ?For tho Middlo States warmer, cloar or partly cloudy -woather, southwesterly winds, stationary or falling barometer. I'oi.rricAL.?Mr. Johu 11. Carter, Independent candidate for Congress, addressed a small audience in the market space last night. There were probably not more than iii'ty present at any one time, although parties were continually coming and going. Mr. Carter's 9peecli, whioh was mostly read from notes, was devoted nearly entirely to tho money question, readjustment, &3. ile claimed for his views that they ware the only one9 calculated to work tho salvation of tho oouotry, and to prevent tho stringency ia moaey matters, now so serious, llo was particularly eovcre on the funding bill and (ho iinaacial policy of the State goveromen1. la reply to a question from Capt. James M. Steuarfc as to whethor Goo. Hunton was responsible for these things ho said that tho Genoral was always with the party who were responsible. The speech lasted some two hours, and at its conclusion tho audienco dispersed. The moetlog was presided over and the speaker introduced by Mr. J. M. Hoishley, ohairman ot the Groenbaok Club. The Market.?The market this uiiroiog was abundantly supplied with meats and vege tables, biU fish and paultrv wera rather saaroe. Vegetables, as a general thing, wera low, except Irish potatoes, which were selling at 25 to 30 oents per peck. Tho attendanoo of buyers Wis good during the entire morning. The oouotry people continue to sell meats and sausage by retail, notwithstanding the recant protest of tho butchers on that subieor. Prioea of meats and game to day were as follows : ? lieof, from Silo:; mutton aod lamb. Sal2?o; veal, Sil2}j; pork, SilOe; dmk?, GtU 30c a pair; rabbits, 12al5c a piece; partridges, 10a15o a piece; geese, dOaTdo a pieor; ohiokons, 50aG<)a a pair. Celery sells readily at 5 oents per bunob. _ Police Items.?Jus ioe Padgett has tried tho following cases:?Fred. Watson, for as saultiog Daniel Branton, both oolored, was dis missed on payment of oasts. Wm. Hall, for cutting John Wesley, both colored, with a stone, was fined, but while the constable was momentarily ab?ent, tlippod cut of the magistrate's offiae and made his escape. Justice Loveioy had tho oaso of Rebecca Douglass for abusing and assaulting Evelina Greeo, both oolored. She was dismissed on payment of casts. Justice Balleger had the iollowiog:?Julius Benson, oolored tramp, from South Carolina. was ordered to leave towo. Frank D. Barker and Milo 11. Ramsay, accused of stealing the yaoht Ocean Belle, were held for trial at the Corporation Court. Game.?Tho sportsmen uow are hating a fine litno with wilJ gam\ Very nearly all varieties are plentiful And the maiket is well supplied each day. Opossums are said to bo found in greater numbers than for many yoare, and tho woods are lull of rabbits and equirrels. Partridges are oraiog in slowly and bring 10 to 15 ooDts oach. Rood birds and black birds arc plentiful. Venison is being reoeived io email quantities from the mountains aod sells readily at 14 cmts per pound. Several will turkies have t>9cn shot lately. A gentlemau living near Falls Church, killed a few days ago, five wild turkios weighing to* gether SO pounds. Change op Route.-?The steamer Sue, ol the Baltimore line, will leavo here at 4 p, m. to morrow, instead of Monday, on her la?-t trip lor the season. During the remainder of the open weather the Sue will make two trios a woek Irom Baltimore to Chapttoo wharf, io Wicomico river, oalling at the intermediate landings on tho Potomac. This arrangoment is mado necessary by tho loss of tbe steamer Lxprcss and tho inability to supply her plaoe at present. UpOD the resumption of navigation in tho spriog it is cxpeoted that two boats will again bo put upon tho routo to this oity. Reliet Hook and Ladder Company.?A regular meeting of the Relief Hook and Ladder Company was held last night with R. M. Latham in the ohair and Julian Moore, seoretary. The reoorder reportod only ono alarm sinoe the last meeting. Resolutions of re3peot to the memory of the late Win. T. Mitohell, member of the company, wero offered and adopted. Aflor some routine business tho moe'iog adjourned. The Capitation T/x.?There seems to be some misunderstanding as to tho tax required to bo prepaid, in crier to entitle citizens to vote at next Tuesday's election, and the City Trcpaurer is overrun with inquirers. Tho oapitation tax of 1877, and not that of 1S7S, is the one required to bo paid, tho latter not being absolutely required until after December 1st, although persons can savo 7 per cent by paying it now. Corporation Court.?As heretofore menii)ued io the Gazette, tho November term of the Corporation Court will commence on Monday. Tuesday beiog election day, in order to avoid the possibility ot having to dotaia a jury on that day, no criminal cases will be taken up uotil Wednesday, and jurors tor those oases will not be required to attond until that day. The grand jury, however, will attend on Monday, as summoned. Bout Found.?A telegram was received here this ovening staiiog that tho body of Mr. Thomas Davis, who was drowned duiiog the late storm, as heretoloro mentioned io the Ga zette, had been found in Nanjemoy Reach. His brothers havo been actively searching tor the body 61Q0Q the accident happened. ScnoOL Melting.?Tho Superintendent of public Schools proposes to call a publio meeting Peabody Hall next Friday Dight to consider as to tho non*receipt of the State school lunds lor this oity and tako motion regarding their proper application. . Special Sermon.?At the urgent solioita tion ot inaoy friends the It'jv. W. S. Peniok will repeat to morrow night, D. V., a discourse wbioh he delivered last spring, on the "Influence and Work of Woman in the Churches." ALEXANDBI AsilORE?Tho steamer John W.Thompson filled to Etrivo up from Cunioman last night, acd parli-s on the .v.oamer Sue, which arrived Ibis moroiog, report having seen her aground on Cur.iomao Bar. The passengers and freight for tho Thompson were carried down this morning bv the steamer Mattano.? No further uews cao bs received until to morrow evening. All Souls Day.?All Sou's Day was appropriately observed at St. Mary's Church (o day! A lligh Mass of llccr.iiem was oelebrated at 9 a. m., and tho cemetery was visited durirg tho day by largo numbers of people, who dressed tho graves with flower3 aod reeded prayers for tbo eternal rest of those who slept boncatb. The Colo Weather.?Last night was oold and blustery, and winter seemed to havo comrnennad in namest. but to dav tho tomneraluro has been muob milder. Largo numbers of wild geese have passed over the city, going Soutb. and as this is regarded as an uafailing sign of oold weather, thoso interested should be on the alert. Personal.?The Winchester News in its notice of a choral ooccert io that city last Thursday for tho benefit of the Virginia Shaft Association says"Mr?. Sbinn (daughter of our townsman, Captain Kldridge.) a chamiDg soogstress, completely captivated her hearers, and was repoatedly enoored." Dead.?A vo^el whioh arrived hero las evening from Fowkes' fishiog shore, brought up the body of Mr. Ben. Cawood, who died there on Thursday night. Mr. Cawood was an old fisherman and well known to all oonncoted with that trade or with river matters generally. Wo shall never coase to cndoisj the good qualities of Dr. Bu'l's Cough Syiup; for without its good effect our paper would have beeD short of reading matter this week; wo had a shocking cough.? Weekly Union. For a fioo Hat go to Doalham's, 02 King street, oorner of Fairfax. Tho Jeailfc Church, on West 1Goh street, is celebrated all ovor tho continent not only for the zeal and pioty of its clergy, but lor tho cxoelloroe ot its music. Dr. Berge, tho organist, was nfH otod with aneurism in the arim; tried the most eminent surgeons without success; Giles* Liniment Iodide Ammonia oured him. Sold by E. S. Leadbeator & Bro. Send for pamphlet. Trial size 25 cents. Dr. Giles, 120 West Broadway, N. Y. False Economy.?Is it truo cooooniyto use ohoap, adulterated baking powder, whioh is highly icjarious to health, merely because it is cheap ? Common sense and experience say no ! l)ooley's Yeast Powder, whioh ha9 boon well koowu for twonty years as an absolutely pure, wholesome, and in every respect, reliable arlic'e, is within the reach ot all those who practice truo economy in this respect. Times that fry mens' souls; moderate it by buying Dealham's ClothiDg. The International Review Hao for its object the union of all nations in a common literary enterprise. The proprietors spare no expense in Bocuring ior ma pages 01 this .Review the original contributions of the best writers in both hemispheres. NOVEMBER?DECEMBER, 1878. Does Humanity Require a New Revelation ? Prof. P. G. Tait. Pending Ordeals of Democracy. Hon. Geo. W. Julian. Government Library at Washington. A. R. Spofford. The Pinal Philo30phy. Rev. John Hall, D.D. Successful Mediocrity. 1 Albert Rhodes. Social Democracy in Germany. Dr. J. Von Hubsr. Ye Poet: His Epitaph. (Poem) J. W. Groen. After Specie Resumption, What? Horace Whits. A Shocking Story. Christmas, 1878. Wilkie Collins. Contemporary Literature: The Literary Movement in America, England, Germany, Prance. Sent by mail, postpaid, for $1.00. Subscription for 1810 $4.60. To new subscribers before January 1st, 1879, the NovemberDecember number in addition will bo Bent on receipt cf I-3.C0. A. S. barnes & co.. Publisher?, 111 & 113 William at., N. V._ RD TIU P NORTH THIS SEASON. Saturday, Nov. 2d, 187S. NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA and BALTIMORE MARKETS. All goods bought cheap for cash, and will bo sold at very low prices. Black Goods a specially. Country merchants sold at Baltimore prices. Large lides of goods opening to-day. Call and see thorn. D. F. BKASHEAK, H. B. Hoomes. No. 109 King street, nov 2 Alexandria, Va. NEW YORK STATE BEANS, new, just received by _nov2 J. C. MILBURN. Genuine krench mustard just recsived and for sale at 23c per jar at _nov 2 J. C. MILBUKN'S. yy H. MOORE, II AtiaTVTQa< A U II UI.A OV Qll ITU A.VJ1X1 JLUX XJLX1 XJf ** ? / n ?/ -- - - rm No. 66 Union stroet, Alexandria, Va. Where he is prepared to furnish all kind6 MACHINERY, WROUGHT and (31ST IRON FENCES, &c. Repairing done with dispatch, and at pried that woro charged previous to tho war. jan 20 JUST OPENED?Gentlemen's and Ladies' Undorwear, Square and Long Shawrs, Towels, Hose and H&lfHoao, Corsets, with many others, cheap and seasonable goods. _ oct 26 WM. N. BERKLEY. IMPROVED METALLIC BRUSHES?Just reeeived a fine assortment of Metallic Hair Brushes at WARFIELD & HALL'S, oct21 Corner Prince and Fairfax streets, New yore sweet cider, verychoice. received this day (october 31) and for sale cheap, oct 1U r. w. avery, 220 King st. D~OOR MATS 1 DOOR MATS I We have in store and for sale a variety of Door Mats. McLKAN & UHLElt, oct 26 107J?ing street. JS^/^ BOXES B. T. BABBITT'S BEST OxJ SOAP; also Higglns' German, Laundry and other standard brands of Soap for sale by oct 26 W. A. JOHNSON & CO. SULPHITE OF LIME, to preventthe fermentation of CIDER and preserve its sparkling qualities, for sale by __oct_17 E. S. LEADBKATKR & BRO. irk hanging baskets 1 WIRE HANGING BA3KRTSI for salo by McLKAN & UHLEK, ?* 01 107 Kintr strGet. UUfc CHOKER, Bee Hive, Delusion, Novelty and other MOUSK TRAPS, wholesale and retail, at 88 King st, corner of Royal, oct 21 J. T. CRBIQHTON & SON. LIMB, CEMENT, PLASTER, Sand,~Pelt and Pitch, for sale by PKAKK & NALL3, fob'26 cor. King and Colnmbus sla. COAL HODS, Coal Sieves, Ash Shovels and ToDgs, Eire Dogs, and Brass Top Fenders, for sale by _oct2l JAS. P. OABLIN A SONS. 1 AH CASES 8 lbs- KED CROSS TOMAX \J\J TOES received and for sale very low by ;:oct 25 <LW M. K A M SA Y._ WJBNGER and all olhor brands of choice FLOOR in store and for sale at bottom price by cct 2b R. W. AVERY, 223 King st. NO. 1 MESS SHAD received by oct 11 ALLEN C. HARMON. A GAZETTE A Local BrevltleN. To morrow will bo Communion Sunday in most of ho churches. There v/ .'a select bop at Sarepta HhII Jftst nigh' which was a very enjo3'ftbl9 aCT-';r. Tho Comrnitlco on Public Property resolved last night to have tho Market Uuute Eteeplo repaired. A letter e idrcss6cl to K. B. Freeland. Wpshington, D. C., is dot.ained in tho postotHco hero for want of postage. Tho directors of tho Alexandria "Wa tor J Co. to-day declared a dividend of two dollars per sharo on the stock of that company. Tho Richmond Dispatch says: Hugh Latham, esq , of Alexandria, Pa3t Grand Master of tho Independent Order cf Odd-Fellows, was in the city yesterday. A greenback meeting near Falls Church, on Wodnosday night, was addressed by Jno. C.Hotter, fcrmorly prominent as a loader of tho workingmen's parly in this city. Marriago licenses wero issued in Washington yesterday to Jesse Penn, of that city and Margaret BoJles of Alexandria, and Richard A ?hbv and Lilia J. Moncurc, both of Stafford county, Virginia. Yestorday afternoon a shooting match took place at Georgetown, between Walter Robertson of that place and William Arnold, of this /Mtv. rPhAT7 KViAt. At 100 OOAQR hAlln KnhATfinn broko 06 ami Arnold 85. The riso was IS feef Tho same pariios shoot again on Tuesday noxt. Consistency, lliou art a jewel; buy Dealham's Clothiog, you will never waver. For upwards of thirty years Mrs. Winslow's Soothiog Syrup has boon used for ohildrcn. It oorreots acidity of the stomach, relieves wind oolie, regulates tbo bowels, cures dyeeutery aud diarrhoea, whether arising froai teething or other causes. An old and well tried remedy. 25 cents a bottle. jo 22?tf COMMEBCI AX. ^ Alexandria Market, Nov. 2.?Tho market is steady and quiet Flour is unchanged. Tho receipts of Wheat amounted to 5000 bushels, and sales woro made at ODalOO for fair to good, and 100, 103,KM, 103 and 100 for choice to 'fancy lots, But 2G0 bushels of Corn woro offered, which sold at 43 for now, and 48 for old. No Rye reported, and 200 bushels of Oats brought 32. Coat. Report.?Tho following is a roporl of tho receipts and shipments of coal during the wook onding to-day: receipts Amer. Coal Co., J. il. Parrott, jr., Agl... 1 302 Bamp. & Bait,, Edward Herbert, Agent.. 800 J. F. Agnew & Co 1,000, Total 3,192 shipments. American Coal Co 1,270 Hamp. & Bait 570 J. P. Agnew & Co 1,200 Total 8 013 Baltimore, Nov.2?Virginia Gs old 20; do deferred Gi; do consolidated 623; do 2d series ; past due coupons 80. Cotton irregular and nominal; middi.cg 9. Flour active and 25c higher for Baltimore high grades; Supers and Extras unchanged; Putapico Family SG25. Wheat?Southern active and higher; Western etrong and activo; Southern red lOOalOo; do amber 10Gall2; No2Pennared 105; No 2 Western winter red .Dec 10J.}al01|}; Jan 10G bid. Corn ?Southern firmer; Western firm, none offering; Southern while and yellow new 43a47 ; Western mixed spot aiid Nov d3*48i ; Dec. 'lt>i ; Jan 40.?. Oats in good demand and firmor; Southern 27a 31; Western white 29i31; do mixed 2Ga2S; Ponna2Sa30. Ryo steady and firm; Southern C0af2. Hay dull. Sugar a shade firmer; A soft n.r.:i <; ? iu ? v.-i< A ~ /I . o;? u&7S' \a?uot uiuior, wivu ? umutu uumnuu, t*u/ cargoes 13iilG. Whiskey scarce and Qrm at 1 1 la?I Hi. New York, Nov. 2?Stocks weak*. Money 5a7. Gold 1001. Flour quiet. Wheat heavy. Corn active. POUT OP A&BJMJvbMiJi, JYOV'H, aT 3un rifles | Sun sets 5 1 arrived. Kir I'uo, Baltimore, to Jo3oph BroJors & Co. cleared. Simp lil C ivnight, New York, by F A Koed. Str Mattano, Oolton'a by Joa Brodora it Co. Schr W M hawis, Now BedI'or.l, b7 J 1' Agnew & Co. passed up. So.hr .1 it b Bryan, Konnobec, for Wash'n. Scbrs Florenco JJoan. Providence; Karl F Mason, Provi.ionc.e; !t ft Graham, Ka?torn port; Jennie A ShnparJ, Frnvidonce; Jolm E Sanford, Cighton; Oliver Ames, Brooklyn, all for Georgetown. passed down*. flchr ilror::\ Georgetown, fv?r Now York. memoranda. Selir Cnrrio lluime?. h'nncn, at New York 1st. Sehr Mabol Thomas sailed from Gardiner for Georgetown .??lst. Sehr American Team, (loorgot.>wn, at New Haven 31s' tichr Hattio N Govo, Boston, at Bath to load for Georgetown 30th. Schr Tbos Bocz cleared from Fhiladolphia for Washington 1st. rpRBASUKKtt'S OFFICE, X Alexandria, Va., Nov'n. 2, 1573. STATE TAXES for the year 1873 aro now due. Upon all bills paid befuro December 1st, n rahttln nf TWO PEE (1RNT wilih^ allowed. and toall "bills remaining unpaid on that date the penality of live per cent will bo added. jm. 13. harlow, nov 2 10; City Treasurer. Dried apples. 2000 lbs DRIED AFFLES for salo by nov 2 THUS. PERKY, Agent. ~rr TUBS CHOICE BUTTER for salo by O nov 2 THOS. PERKY, Agent. HOICK and FASHION A BLK SCAKFS, J suitablo for the present season, DeJoinville, Rutland, Brighton and Teroerairo. ocL?l-4t C. A*. ADAMS, 02 Kingsf. C^HOVV CHOW, of superior quality, for sa!o J by measure by F. J. DAVIDSON, nov 1 117 King slruul. C1 HOICK 11AMS at 124c. ) F. J. DAVIDSON, nov 1 147 King stceot. ANOTHER LOT OF SOUTHERN HO MIN Y just received by nov 1 J. O. MILBURN. Finest stook of boys' and"youth1 s SCHOOL and DRESS SHOES in this city. _ oct11 WADDE_Y, 11U King st. _ PAINTS OF ALL COLOB3, in oil and dry for sale choap. TEAKE & NALLS, feb20 cor. King and Colnmbus sts. Fresh ground new york buckWHEAT FLOUR received and for sale by oct 14 R. W. A VE R Y, 22d King st. FLOKIDA ORANGE, first of the new crop, just received by oct 25 G WM. KAMSAY. Nick mild new yokk cream CHEESE at 124c per lb at oct 25 RAMSAY'S. T-*W1 u p n v PWtf.AM ni?KRSR rpr.eived f and for sale by octll ALL UN Q\ HARMON. OYSTER BROILERS, assorted iizes, just received at fc8 King at, corner of Royal. _oct 21 J. T. CRB1GBTON & SON. Tj^RESH HOMINY and Now York band X: picked beans received this day by _oct24 ALLEN C. HARMON.__ NEW YORK BEANS AND FRESH GROUND HOMINY received by oct 14 R. W. AVERY, 22df King at. SARATOGA CHIPS, fresh, just received by tk V 1 ,1. C. MIL BURN. SLICED APPLES, very bright, received today by _ [cct 25J J. C. MILBURN. _ T~" BY A SACK OF SWISS FLOUR, for saio by [oct 183 J. 0. MILBURN. PRIME MACKEBELst eep 14 RAMSAY'SI : Sir VIRGIN IA i IlC filtliiillg. Hrorx City, Iowa, No?. 2.?Captain Prat' of tho icau'ar army, detailed for the work, went Kii-St from hero yesterday with forty ninr IndiatJ children, gathered from the agenoios up the liver, for Hampton, Va., where the obil droD will bo placed at fehool at tho govern mcnt'H espons.\ The p.gea of the chi'drer average about 15 year?. A Suicidal Dcliliw*tcr. llosTON, Nov. 2.?The defalcation of R. J. O'lteilly, paymaalor't? clerk at the Charlestowt navy yard, foots up $2 200. llo lr absconded, after attempting to commit suicide. [Communicated. pgr Close Observations "O-sj Tho ladios on iheir rounds shopping this season will surely find out that one cf tho finest, completest and best selected stocks over oxhibitod in this city most positively can bo found at tho extensive dry goods house of Isaac Kichberg, (the successor cf tlaymaker Co.) This house has taken particular pride and care this soason in not only laying one of tho largest Etocks ever exhibited before the people cf Alexandria and vicinity, but there has been particular care taken in the selection of the most novel and fashionable styles the market produces, which aro marked down at prices to compote with the closest figures h6ro, in Washington, .Baltimore or any other city in the Union. ''Talk is cheap," but nobody can tell us what is tko price of it. "We are prepared to convince our cu3tomors what they can save bv looking around and then giving us a call. Wo have added soveral specialties to our stock, and find tho demand great for them. We name only a few, such as the entire ealo and control for Alexandria of Harris Bros'. Seamless Kid Gloves; tho solo agency of the Charlottcsvillo Woolen Mills; tho solo and control agency of Kotshild's Cloaks, in all their Btyles and qualities, and several other loading manufacturers' goods; but, in particular, wo would onco more call the attention of the ladies to a special arrangement wo have made with somooftho first importers in Hew York, and are receiving this day about 150 difleront patterns of novelty for Sacks, Ovorskirts and Basques in the cheapest and most expensive goods manufactured. We positively are receiving tho very latest and finest dosigns in theso goods, and do honestly appeal to the ladies of Alexandria and vicinity to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Wo are determined to keep up tho finest selection in Alexandria, and ask politely your liberal patronage. Eye Witness. N. B.?A largo and woll assorted stock of Carpets in all tho grado3 made, Bugs, Oil Cloth, Lenolium, &o., always on hand and receiving daily at I- EicuuKna's, (Successor to Slay maker Co.) Alexandria, October 22, 187S.-2?/ For Oaa Clothing eco Dealiiani, 02 Ivicg street, oorner of Fairfax. I?KO F JE8NiOMAL. t'A 1 ' H. O. CLAUdnTON. CHARLES K. CTUARV. QLAUGHTON & STUART, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, WO. 28 SOOTH FAIRFAX ST.KBMT, ALEXANDRIA, VA. Practice in tho Courts of Alexandria, and tho 1 adjoining countieSj and in tho Supreme Court of Appoals of Virginia. sop 25 jgTOVKSI STOVEsT NEVER SO LOW AS NOW AT HOY'S NEW STORE NO. 148 KING STREET, Whero can bo found a large assortment of Portable Ranges, Cook, Parlor, Dining Room and Office Stoves, of the latest stylos and mo3t improved patterns, each and every one of which is guaranteed to give emtiro satisfaction. SPEAKS, SEXTON'S and all other FIREPLACE HEATERS, put up to heat one, two and three rooms. Also a large stock of Tin warn; Chamber Sot': Coal Hods and Shovela, and Rouse Furnishing Goods in general. ^SfKooting, Guttering and Spouting dono at short notice in city and country on the most reasonable terms, Hot Air Furnaces, for beating dwellings on,? ??kl irt hn'.idlnTa o c nn/->i n 1 f V ii uimco nuu |ruutio <? I am also prepared to repair Firo Plaeo Heaters, Furnacos, Cook Stoves, Kangoa and all ether stovoh that are mado. All work warranted. _eop 2ti-3m TJIO M AS HO Y. TJON'TKISK YOUR PICKLES. UKT THE BKMT VAN EG A K AhWA V Pure Cider Vinegar, made at my orchar?! in 1S75. is lor Eftlo in Alexandria only ht M. SCilULER'S, No. UVu Ring street; Mrs. S YN DEE'S, corner of King and Washington streets, Mr. EMMEliSON'S, corner of Prince and lioyal etreots, and Mr. HAMMOND'S, corner of Queen and Pitt stroGts. oct31?2iw2w K. LLOYD. FIRST PREMIUM FLOUR. rpHOMAH LANNON is tho solo and only -i. authorized a/^ent for HE It It & CISSEL'S FLOUR in Eastern Virginia, which was awarded tho lirst premium at ike Alexandria Fair. Familios who desiro excollent broad can have it by purchasing their Flour, either in bbls or ICO or l!o pound sacks, of THOMAS LAN NON, oct 29?1 m Corner Pitt and Cameron sts. _ ISAAC ALEXANDER, THE OPTICIAN, WHO RECEIVED THE HIGHEST AWARD AT THE CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION, WITH A MEDAL AND DIPLOMA FOR HIS IN VENTED AND PATENTED EYEGLASSES, WHICH ARE SO CELEBRATED, 1IAS REMOVED FROM 1229 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE TO 1012 FSTEET, WASHINGTON, D. C. _ oct 31? tf _ ^LEXANDRIA WATER COMPANY. The anr.uai meoting of the stock holders of the Alexandria Water Company will bj held at their office, No. 75 Prince st., on MONDAY, * ' * ? VI I 1.1 IDO 4tn 01 jxovonioer, hi. lioeiucK m. oct lG-td T. D. KENDALL, Secretary. STOCKHOLDKRS' MEETING.?Tho regular meeting of tho Stockholders of iho UPPER POTOMAC STEAM BOAT CO. will he held at tho Alexandria House, corner of Prince and St. Asaph streets, on WEI/ENSHAY, November 1878, at 1U o'clock a. m. nov 1 IOi P. II. TROTH, President THREE ROOMS, WITH BOARD, furnished or unfurnished, on l?l, Hi and 3d doors. References exchanged. 100 Duke ?i. oct 20?2w Dried peaches. 2500 lbs unpeeled Peaches for sale by THOS. PERRY. Agont, nov 1-1 vr 17 King street. PP.UNES? Now Turkish Prunes received and lor sale by P. J. DAVIDSON, nov 1 1 ITJvng Etreet. ISO'S CURE FOR CONSUMPTION-As tho seaEon for coughs and colds is again upon us, we would call the especial attention of our customers to tho above old and throughly reliable preparation. First introduced into this section of tho country by ourseivc3, it has now stood tho test of long years of trial and with over increasing favor by ihose who have used it. For all pulmen&ry affections, for that dread disease, consumption, either in its incipiency or more advanced stages, it will be found a most safe, pleasant and invaluable medicine. Tho trade supplied at Proprietor's rates. JANNEY & CO , octJ23^ ^ ^ Nop. 70 and 145 King ft. H"AVINU BEKN APPOINTED"BY THE Corporation Court of Alexandria city Receiver of the D. F. W1TMER CO., alias the In r\ or ivvivifu on -n _j XI. V* A .ua. zn. XJL JJM ail puiSUUS lUUUULtJU to the said company are hereby notifiod to immediately settle the same, or I will be compelled to force the payment of the same. Myself or deputy are alone authorized to receipt bills due the company. B. T. LUCAS, nov 17?tf 8ergeant and Receiver. AN ILL A, 813 A Li, JUXE XNLT MAY BALING KOBE, Cotton, Hemp, Jute and Paper Twine, Clothes Lines, Blacking, Cedar and Pino Tubs, Buckets of ovory description, "Wooden and Zinc Waeh Boards, Fireside and Merchant's Stove Polish. Brushes of all kinds, Sifter and Lump Blue, Brooms, Matches, Paper and Paper Bags and Tin AYare, for sale low at McLEAN & UHLEB'S, oct 21 107 street. ADVERTISES. HABLE BROTHERS, WANHINGTOM, DM!. * ; SomeofourLeadingCharacteristics 1 EXCELLENCE. IN POINT OF QUALITY Our slock, having baen selected with estraordiaary care, and special raf<?reac3 to its aliptation to ' the wanl.i and tastes of our customers, will bo found to bo vary superior and do3irablo ia quality, [ CTTDUPTADTTV U KJ JL JjiJLIXV71llX J. IN POINT OF WORKMANSHIP, 1 Controlling the manufacture in every particular of our garments, and shrinking all goods bafore cut, we can j ustly claim to offer the ba3t liniihe I Realy-51 *dj CI othin? In the District. PERFECTION. IN POINT OF FIT, Ky reason of roccnt vory cxlonaivo improvement in our facilities for cutting and getting up Gao> t'.omon's Clothing, wo can inauro a3 perfoct lltticg and good setting garments a? could posaibly be ma:lo to order. BEAUTY. IN POINT OF STYLE. New patt6rn3, unique and handsome designs, skillful cutting, Una fiaish, the bjat trioimings, oce. all combine t < make our goods remarkable for beauty and general attractiveness. FALL STOCK, NEW GOODS, TASTEFUL SELECTIONS, UNOBJECTIONABLE PRICES. FAVOR US WITH A. VISIT. [Ana our salesman will courteously and politely show you through the stock.; MR, J, MILTONT BTJCHAdSTAJSCi Formerly of Alexandria, is connected with our house, anl very rospoctfully solicits a call from Vl T S J 1 -V\ !t*n ?V 4 U M m am! piuuiisiu^ Lu-jiu cuyouui auvaubagoa. ?? ? >-- *-?q? HABLE BROTHERS, TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, Corner Seventh <fc D streets, Washington, D. C. BOOTS AMP SHOES. I + ? THE GREAT 01 2 Boston Shoe Auction House, P3 Q <j 491 Fenna. Avenue, bet. 4\ and 6th sts., (5. pA (SIGN OFTHK Kt?D FLA.G) I WASHINGTON, 1). C. qd i 1 M i $ ! % r-jLEOPOLD RICHOLD PROP'R. O W; ^ tfl ? . O, VVowiiUoil TWENTY-FIVE PER GENT LOWER than any other home thiB Uh 8-du of Button, f. r tha next th:rty d*yd, which li<jura3 will tall. m! GENTS' DEPARTMENT. M Oi GENTS' GAITERS $1 00, 1 CO, 1 45, 1 65, 1 85 2 00 up. M I UK NTS' CALF RACK 10:, 1 ;0. 1 50 1 80, 1 yS up. .^| GENTS' CALK BUTTON SHOE 1 75. 2 00. 2 25, 2 66 up. M FH 1 GENTS' ENGLISH WALKING BHOE2 00, 2 CO 3 00 up. w ^ GENT?' FINK FRENCH CALF HAND HTITuHKD GAlTEK 3 Co to 7 OJ. . G BR TS' 0ALF BOOTS 1 75, 2 00, 2 25. 2 50 3 00 3 CO up. W #V? ' BALTIMORE .MADE PEGGED AND SEWED BOOTS 3 00 3 [0 to 5 OJ. hH ; GENT,V HAN U STITCHED BOOTd 4 00. 4 50, 5 Oo to 8 00. ' ^ W GENTS' KIP BOOTS 1 CO. 1 76, 2 00, 2CO, 3 00 up. TT GENTS' WATERPROOF GRAINED BOOTS 2 25, 2 CO, 3 OJ up. A arge lot of GENTS' RUBBER BOOTS at low price?. O P ?: LADIES' DEPARTMENT. j LADIES' KID BUTTON $1 00, 1 2-5, 1 CO. 1 76, 2 00 up. \ LADIES' GOAT BUTTON 1 00. 1 25, 1 CO 1 7o, 2 (jO up. ! LADIES' MOROCCO BUTTON 76a, 1 00, 1 25, 1 50 ub. i LADIES' CALF SHOE 1 00, 1 25. 1 CO up. ! LADIES' GLOVE KID 1 25, 1 ?0, 1 65, I 83 up. LADIE.V HEAVY LEATHER PLOW SHUE 76a, 1 00 1 25 up. r A I LADIES' FOXED GAITER 75c. 1 00 115 1 25 un LLJ LADIES' LASTING CONGRESS 50j, 75c, 1 00. 1 25 up. 73 LADIES' KID and MOROCCO CONGRESS 2 00. 2 10 up. GS LADIES' FOXED BUTTON 1 00, 1 20, 1 40, 1 76 up. 7? LADIES' FRENCH BUTTON KID BOOT, beat Philadelphia mike. 2 60 3 00 up. 73 A lnrj^o lot of LADIES' CLOTH and CHECK TOP GAITERS 2 00. 2 25, 2 tO up. H: CO BOYS' DEPARTMENT. Wl BOYS' GAITERS 75c. 86c. 95c. 1 03. 1 26 up. BOYS' LACE SHOE 75c, 95c, 1 CO. 110 1 25 up. O- BOYS' PLOW SHOE 75c, 85c, 1 00,1 15, 1 20 up. BOYS' KIP BOOTS 1 00, 1 16,1 25, 1 50. j ROYS' CALF BOOTS 1 25, 1 50, 1 85, 2 OC up. < -MISSES' DEPARTMENT. OS i S ! MISSKS' KID BUTTON 75c, 1 03, 1 10, 1 25 up. UJ MISSES1 MOROCCO BUTTON 93, 1 00, 1 15, 1 86, 1 50 up. i MISSES' MOROCCO LACE 75c, 1 00, 1 25 up. OM ISSKS' KID and GOAT BALS 76c, 1 00. 1 25, 1 80 up. ^ i CHILDREN'S MOROCCO LACK and BUTTON 05c, 75c, 80c, 95c. 1 OO iip. CHILDREN'S KID and MOROCCO BUTTON. Bpring heeU. 60c. 65c, 7oc, UPINFANTS' MOROCCO LACE and BUTTON 25c, 36c. 45c, 50c, 75c up. i ; .1 ! PARTICULAR ATTENTION 13 CALLED TO THE NAME AND g^RUR* PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE NAME AND NUMB&? PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE NAME AND - - J / -?