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8ATUEDAT EVENING NOVEMBER 2. For this section light rain, slightly warmer weather, Eoutheasteriy wines. Church Services, ?Sc, To-morrow.? Christ CTiurc?.?Services at 11 a. m. by R9V. Dr. Sater. Children's service at 4 p. m. St. PauVs Church.?Services at 11 a. ra. 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's Church.?Service at 11 a. m. by Rev. Father O'Kane. Vespers at 4 p. in. Secoyid Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. J. I. Vance. Communion and reception of new members at tbe morning service. Baptist Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. I. M. Mercer. Trinity Meth. Epis. Ctiurch ? Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. by Rev. R. F. Bishop. Meth.Epis. CJiurchSouth.?Preaching at 1 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. W. J. Yonne. Morning subject: "The Greatest is Love;" evening subject: "Dead While She Liveth," a special sermon to young women. Recep? tion of mombers at morning service Meth. Prot. Cliv.rch.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. L R. Dyott. Morning subject: "The Lord's Supper;" evening subject: "A Word to Young Men." German Lutheran Church.?Services at 11 a. m. by Rev. J. A. Scbwoy. Young Men's Christian Association.?Meet? ing at the Rooms at 4:30 p. m. Meeting at the Midland depot at 3:30 p. m.; almshouse at 3 p. m , and jail at 2 p. m. New Electric Light Contract.?L. N. Coz, representing the the Scbuyler Electric Company, tbe successful bidder for the con? tract for lighting the city of Lynchburg, having failed to comply with tbe prelimi nary conditions of the same in tbe matter of bonded security, the Council Committee on Light annulled it and on Thursday night entered into a new contract with the Pied moot Electric Illuminating Company.wbich is now ligh ing that city, for a term of two years from December 10.h next, with an op? tion of three additional years. The Vir giiiian sayB : The new lights ore tobe 140 in number, of 1,500 candle power each, aod to be of any system satisfactory to the com mittee. The price agreed upon is 28 cents per light per night, and tbe same for any additional lights that the public demand may require. Police Report.?Last night was c'oudy and mild with two prisoners an i one lodger at tbe station bouse. The Mayor this morning disposed of tho following caLes : John Nightingil), arrested by officers Bren? ner and Howison charged with sbootiog a pistol in the street, wu- fined $1. aod on the charge of an assault with a pistol on a color? ed girl, was lioetl $5. Wm. Carrol), arrested by offio&ra Price and Simpson for disorderly conduct and Jane Marshall, colored, arrested on the same charge, were dismissed. Jennie Gordon, colored, arrested for dia orderly conduct, was fined $1.50. In the oase of a young white man charged with aiding a man to illegally register, tbe Mayor reserved his decision till Monday. Pawn Brokers' STOck Business.?Nearly every pawnbroker in Washington has gone out of business, and the three gold balls which have for so many years been familiar to a large class of people have been taken down from over tho doors. Toe new law regulating pawnbrokers went into effect yesterday, aud in future the pawnbrokers will do business under a secondhand dealer's lioense, and now when the youog men with a small salary gets hard up be will have to Beil his watch or ring instead of getting a loan on it, and "my uncle" will be a thing of tbe past. Y. M. S. L ?The Young Men's Sodality Lyceum lecture room in their new building on Duko street, hau been finished. It is neat ly furnished, and has an organ and piano. The book ca*e-< are bf>iog cradually filled and tbe stock of papers aud periodicals is increasing. Tho uymnasium room has been made ready f.?r^ preliminary sports. Tbe trapex rings, ami hor z mtal bars are up. This apparatus will he Increased. At the recent meeting of this society those present were treated to tsouio a>l ..round boxing contests, some of which were quite lively and exciting set tos. EXCITEMKNT Ex Police Officer John A. Nightingill, while under he tt.lluenco of liquor, last night caused considerable excite ment by the reckless use of a pistol. In the Market alley hn assaulted aod nhot at n col? ored girl namid Co'o, and subsequent? ly, in the western part of the city, he phot at three white boys. Later, while fooiini; with the pistol, it explode ?, and the ex of? ficer was shot in the hand was finally arrested and locked u;> tili this morning, when be was fined. A Day kor Dkm icaAcv ?It Is uuder stood that tb-merchauts of ibis city have, with singular unanimity, determined to close their places of business on Tuesday next, in order to give their employees an opportnoity to cauvasa and work for the Bucces3 of the democratic ticket oa that day. This action evidences the sentiment of the buainoss community, and will be product Ive of much good tc the democratic ticket. Disqualified Voters.?The Clerk of the Corporation Court to day forwarded to all the judges of election of tbe city a list of dis? qualified voters Tbe list embraces 250 names of all persons, black and white, who have been convicted by tbe Mayor and Jus? tices and tbe Corporation Court of petit lar ceny aod felony. ^^^^^ Shingles.?The steamer Alpha, with a oargo of 415,000 shingles from Washington, N. C, for Mesars. Smoot & Perry, got aground below Fort Fiote this morning, but was gotten off at tbe next high tide. This ia the largest cargo of shingles that ever reached this port. PKRSOKA.L.?Miss Mario Dunlop. of Petersburg, is visiting Mrs J. H. D. Snioat. on Prince stroet. Col. 8. B. Johnston is visiting his brother, Maj. Geo. Johnston. Mr. R. W. Whott, formerly of this city, but now of Danville, is here on a sbort visit. Norfolk oysters, largo aud fine, received daily at Mrs. i. Bammei's restaurant. To dres3 woll at small expense you must go to Henry Stranss's, 304 King street. Hawkes' Wonderful Glasses. As we read Mr. Hawkes' testimonials from Governors, Senators, Legislators, men of science and distinguished citizens through? out the United 8tates, who testify to having had their eyes improved, and some restored, by the use of his celebrated glasses, we re -?? - that a glass that will reflect such bril iiancy of light as to enable the wearer to see as in >outb, aud to read for hours either by candle or other artificial light, surely is to be desired by ail spectacle wearers. All eyes fitted aod the fit guaranteed by I*. Stabler & Co., Druggists, Alexandria Va. To dres3 well at small expense you must go to Honry Strauss's, 301 King street. LQCAX BREVITIES, i Robt. J. Thomas has sold to John R 0. MadellB a lot on the west side of Payne street, between Qieen and Princess, for 1260 As will be Been by a notice elsewhere Senstor H. W. Blair, of New Hampshire, I will address the republicans of this city at the Opera House to-night. To day is All-Souls' Day. The Catholics had a requiem mass at 8t. Mary's Church this morning, and, later, flowers were strewn on the graves of friends. The milk buslnePB on the W,, O. & W. road is Increasing very rapidly. A great many Liudouo farmers are shipping large quantities of milk and cream to Washington. Mr. B. F. Price will on Monday next commence the erection of three modern brick residences on the northwest corner of Cameron and Patrick streets for Mr. M. Ru? ben. The Friday Night Club gave its first bop of the eeason at McBuroey's Hall last night, It was well attended, and an enjoyable af? fair. There were guests from Washington, Baltimore, and cities in the State. Elizi Lingham, of Lynch's station, Vs., writes Inspector Swindells, of Washington, that a mulatto woman has stolen her eon, 8 years old, and that the laBt heard of them they were going toward Washington. The mother writes that he is her only child, and that she is heartbroken. The child has since been found at Lyncbburg and (be wo? man arrested. The students of Washington and Lee Universi? ty at Lexington met last night to elect the president of tho final ball at the commence? ment next June. After spirited balloting, tho vote resulted in the choice of Clif Lanier, of Montgomery, Ala. Mr. J. W. Avcry. of Aloxau dria, was his strongest opponent. As will be seen by a notice published olsewhero tho democrats of this city will close the canvass on Monday with a grand rally at tho Opera House whore speeches will bo delivered by Hon. John (ioode. of Norfolk. Senator Butler, of South Caro? lina, and Mr. Frank Hume, of this county. Tho government has presontod a silver medal to Capt. James Kintz, of this city, for saving tho lives of the crew of the yacht Collington. The democrats of Potter's Hill, Fairfax county, held an enthusiastic meeting last night, which was attonded by State Senator B. W. Mooro. A democratic meeting will bo held at tho West End toll gato to night, under tho auspices of the Llnconia democratic club. At tho mooting ot Leo Camp on Monday night next Col. Arthur Herbert will continue his romi niscencos of tho war. Billy McMillan and Mike Beady will give a sparring exhibition at the Opora House on Tues? day night next. A Hock of wild goeso alighted in Hunting crcok last night, whero they romained for some tiuio. LEMON ELIXIR. Its Wonderful Effect on the Liver, Stom? ach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood. Dr. Mozley's Lomon Elixir is a pleasant lemon drink that positively cures all Biliousnoss, Con? stipation, Indigestion, Hoadacho, Malaria, Kidney Disease, Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite, Fe? vers. Chills, Blotches, Pimples, Pain in Back, Pal? pitation of Heart, and all other diseases caused by disordered liver, stomach and kidnoys, tho first great causo of all fatal diseases. Fifty cents and one dollar por bottle. Sold by druggists. Prepared only by II. Mozlny, M.D.. Atlanta. Ga. Lemon Hot Drops. For coughs and coldB, take Lemon Hot Drops For soro throat and bronchitis, tako Lemon Hot ] Drops. For pnoumonia and laryngiti>, tako Lomon Hot | Drops. For consumption and catarrh, tako Lomon Hot Drops. For all throat and lung diseases, tako Lomon Hot Drops. An elegant and reliable preparation. Sold by druggists. 25 cents per bottle. Pre? pared by H. Mozloy, M.D , Atlanta, Ga. fctoamod nystors a specialty at Mrs. L Bammol's restaurant. _ To dress well at small expense you must go to j Honry Ktrauss'a. 304 King street. Stowed oystora delicious'.y served at Mrs. I. Bammol's restaurant. The Stonebkakeb Chemical Co . I Baltimore. Md. j Gentlemen?I have been using Stoncbraker's Horso and Cat tie Powders on my horse and find them to bo a specific Not only iiro they a fine tonic, but they thoroughly cleanse the whole sys? tem aud infuse now lifo into tho anima1, leaving it in porfect health. I take plcasuro in recom? mending thom, and truly hope my cortificato may bo the means of inducing others to try Stone- I brakor's Hoiss and t'attlo Powders, feeling sure that when once usod they will novor u-c any I other if they want the best. Lospicti'ully yours, B. P. Mi se, M.D , 703 Dolphin street, Ba timore, Md. Bo suioyou gettbcEonuinoStonobrakei's Horse ] and Cattle Powders. Prepared only by tl.o Stouc braker Chemical do. Bewaro of frauds. Oysters on the half shell, the best to bo had, at | Mrs. I. Bammel's restaurant. To dross woll at small exponso you must go to Ueury Strauss's, 304 King stroot. Their ltusiucss Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a gener? al revival of trade at E. S. Lead beater, & Bro's Drug Store as their giving away to thoir custom? ers of so many froo trial bottles of Dr. King's J Now Discovo;y for Consumption. Their trado is simply enormous in this vory valuablo article from tho fact that it always cure3 and never dis? appoints. Coughs, Colds, Astnma, Bronchitis, t roup, and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. You can teat it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, largo sizo $1. Every bottlo warranted. For fino fried oysters go to Mrs. I. Bammol's restaurant. :onkkderate Yeterans.?The regular monthly meeting of B. E.Lee Camp, Confederate Vetorans, will be held on Monday evening. No? vember -1th. at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is desired, Col. Arthur Herbert will be present and continuo his reminiscences of "Camp Life, of 17th Va. Infantry. Eegab Warfield, _Adjutant. DEMOCRATIC RALLY! OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY, NOV. 4th. GOODS, BUTLER AND H?BE Will be there. All democrats should bo thoro. and all our good citizens are invited to be there. A treat for all who come, to be furnished by thoso distinguished gentlemen. Tho Hon. John Goode, of Virginia, Hon. M. C. Butler, U. S. Senator from South Carolina, the distinguished son of the Palmetto State, aud Hon. Frank Hume, Alexandria's favorite, and our next member of the House of Delegates, will address the voters and good people of Alexandria city and county on Monday night next at Lannon's Opera House. COME ONE ! COME ALL ! Come ovory one who desires the election of a good business representative from this city and county in the next Legislature. MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK. Soats reserved for tho ladies, who are requested to gracejthe occasion by their presence. nov2 2t MAYOR'S OFFICE, Alexandria. Va., Nov. 2,18S9. In accordance with law, ALL BAB BOOMS and other places whore liquor is Kold will be required to bo KEPT CLOSED from sunset of the evening of Monday, November 4th, until tunrise Wednes? day, November 6th. nov2 2t_E. E. DOWNHAM. Mayor. THE UNDEBSIGNED wiU sell at tho yard of Mrs. Charles Cox, in Alexandria, on Monday Nov. 4,1839, at 10 o'clock, a fewFBE3H COWS novl 2t*_M. M. MOLEB. fir BOXES FRANK SIDDALL'S SOAP in st?re fjO and for sale by myl8 W. A. JOHNSON & CO. MEDICINAL. jl Doctor Bill saved by always keeping Simmons Liver Regulator in the house. If you have eaten any? thing hard of digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleepless at night; if you lead a sedentary life or are weakened by the strain of your duties; if you need a cathartic to relax the bowels; if you re? quire action on the Liver to relieve Indigestion; if you. require something to purify the blood and regulate the system; if you are traveling in un? healthy localities, or food or water does not agree with you, a dose of Simmons Liver Regu? lator will remove all trouble. Ex-Governor of On., und CS. Senator Joseph E. Brown says : "You are at liberty to use my name praiso of Simmons Liver Uegului recommend it to everyone us ii" ' ist preventive of Fever and A ttn ' cedes Quinine if taken la lime." AMUSEMENTS. LADIES5 IFAIZR,, FOE THE BENEFIT OF 11I E Young Men's Sodality Lyceum, AT THEIB NEW HALL, DUKE STREET, Commencing NOVEMBEE 4th and continuing two weck?. Admission ticket 10c. which ontitlcs the bolder to draw for a prize. nov2 2w* BOOTS AND SHOES. OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN. The bargains on our "cheap counter" are unprecedented Every pair of shoes thereon sold for lees than cost to make room for incom? ing goods. To give the public time and attention to examine these goods, we will appoint Friday, Sat? urday and Monday of each week (until further notice) as special days for the "cheap counter." Come and look ; it will cost you nothing to examine. Our regular stock is something to feast your eyes on. F. PAFF & SON, oct24 th&aatlm_423 KING STREET. We Will Make Rome Howl! Men's Heavy Kip Boots Rt $1.89 at Kaufman's. Men's Pegged Calf Boots at $1.59 at Kaufman's. Men's Heavy Kip Shoes at $1.19 at Kaufman's. Men's Congress Gaiters, good quality, at $1.33 at Kaufman's. Men's Stitch Dorras, good in every way. at 93c at Kaufman's. Boys' Kip Boots, tho best in the market, at 89cat Kaufman's ; Boys' Schcol Shoe?, soiled, at 73c at Kaufman's; Lsdies'Sewed and PegEO.l Shoes at 79c at Kaufman's; Ladies' Double-tipped Button Shoes at $1.19 at Kaufman's : Glove, Canvas and Laco Shoes for old ladies at $1.23 at Kaufman's ; Men's Split Boots, long logp, at $1 3 1 at Kauf? man's; Misses' Grain Tipped Button Shoes at 92c at Kaufman's; Children's Grain Honied and Spring Heeled Shoes at 50 and 69c at Kaufman's; Jaffa Shoos at 25c at Kaufman's ; Children's Bed top Boots at 73c at Kaufman's. All f:csh goods, just bought from a Philadelphia houso retiring from huiincss. Wo bought U.>o entire BtocV, val? ued at $14,000, at our own figures, and will run them off as ejuickly as possible. KAUFMAN, octlS 3m COP. KING AND BOYAL ST3 N OTICE HON. B. VV. BLAIR, OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, A United Stitcs Senator and tho author of tho Blair educational bill, WILL ADDRESS THE PEOPLE AT ALEX? ANDRIA, in behalf of tho republican party and it3 candi? date?, AT THE OPERA HOUSE, SATURDAY NIGHT, NOV. 2nd. _L. W. CORBETT, Chairman. "THE BOSTON VARIETY," That Tankee store, owned and rnn by a rebel, has the impudence to exist in tho face of carping crit? icism and direful Hebrew prophecy. It still offers tho latest novelties and lowest prices. Always something new at OCtgg lm_402 KING STBEET. CHOICE SPICED PICKLES. 92 barrels (1200) PICKLES. 4 barrels (2400) PICKLES. 8 half do. (1200) PICKLES. Received to-day and for sale by novl_CHAS. KING & SON. NEW YORK STATE AND WOODLAWN PRIME BUTTEB and FULL CEEAM CHEESE. oct!6_A. C. HARMON & CO. EW PUBE BUCKWHEAT rLoUtf. BiiANS AND HOMINY. oct!6 2w_A. C HARMON & CO. CLOVEB LEAF, BONELESS and WEOLE CODFISH oct!6 2w_A. C HABMON & CO. WABBANTED FAST BLACK HOSE for ladies and children at 25 cents, by octia_AMOS B. SLAYMAKEB. FBENCH CANDIES and CONSEBVED FBTJIT3 ?& large assortment of Lew goods just open edat_foctlO'_McBUBNEY'S. APINT OF OUB OPEBA COLOGNE, in a glass-stoppered bottle, for one dollar. oct29_ J. D. H. L?NT. WHEELING STOGIES?A nico lot just re? ceived and for sale cheap at aoglg_McBUBNEY'S. DOZEN INDIA PALE ALE and BEOWN STOUT just received. Only $1.50 per doz onat_[oct!8]_McBUBNEY'S. BROMO SELTZER, price 10c, for sale by ijl? J.D.H.L?NT. N 50 _ gANOT GBO OEBLES. Sugars still lower -AT? J, C. MILBURN 3. It EXTRA FINE TEAS. J. G. MILBURN. FAT MACKEREL J. C. MILBURN. PRESERVES AND JELLIES. J. C MILBURN. FINEST Selected Coffees, BOASTED AT ST()E;'. J. C. MILBURN. POTOMAC FLOUR Unexcelled, FOR SALE ONLY BY JT. O. MILBURN. FANCY GROCERIES. FANCY NEW Nos. 1 & 2 Shore fflackerel, Smoked Bloaters, Scotch Herring, Boneless Codfish,1 Just rcc.ivctJ li/ C. WSV8. RAMSAY. NEW CROP i BOLLED OAT;?, I frIIBEDDED D;>.. cr:UbHFI) WHEAT, PEABL BARI EY, ' Just received by G, WM. RAMSAY, lACffl In 1-lb cirtoons, the fi'.cs; Macaroni niar.u''cc ton-d.jnst received by C. WM. RAMSAY. THE NEW m ijjj In flat can?, is very lino, for sale by C. WM. RAMSAY, ATMORE'S C. WM. RAMSAY, FANCY C. WM. RAMSAY. I HAVE THE Best 5-cent Cigar YOU EVER SMOKED. O. WM. RAMSAY. NEW Pineapple Cheese, G. WM. RAMSAY. Have Yon a Nice ?m?rella FrameYonfisi Becoverefl? *'_*>-... .... - mohdtirod ? THE F. P. ohly ROBINSON CO. Bostoh, Ma?j. WE ARE THE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED F. P. ROBINSON Patent Detachable Umbrella G overs AND ITAVE TIT EM IN STOCK IN 120 AND 2S IN. SIZES, SILK AND GLORIA. If yon have- a nice frsnio you wish to recover, romovo the old covering entirely from the ribs, and bring it to us and wo will recover it in a fow minutes, giving you an Umbrella eijual to new at very moderate cost. TACKETT& MARSHALL. -DF.AL.EKS Of Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Underwear, Gloaks, &c. MERCHANT TAILORING- A SPECIALTY. #g=*ONE PRICE STRICTLY. NO 1, PLUSH MODJESKA. NO. 2, PLUSH COAT. OUR OPENING ?OF? Cloaks & Wraps, NO. 3, DIRECTOIRE. OF ALL KINDS. Largest stock over exhibited in Alexandria by KMC EICK 4 CO. All goods guaranteed as represented. One Price. SEPARATE DEPARTMENT AND SPECIAL STYLES,' ??t*T?e cordially invite all.