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MONDAY evening, november 11. For this se ction light rain, stationary tempera? ture, easterly winds. Arrest ok Tramps.?Much excitcuieut Wurf created throughout tbe city yester? eveniog by tbe arr<-.-t of eleven tranipsiu a railroad cut)U9t weit of the city. The tramps had congregated iu the cut und were en j jy i ?< theui-idvrrf ilruikiujz beer from a it- i, when the officers miroutided them. Their disorderly behavior attracted the at tertion of s.,rna of the r?-i iileuts of that lo? cality aud lb* police were cotiGed. Tbe ttlicers repaired to the place, nnrroundrd | tbe men and closed in upon tbun. When the tramps discovered that they were about to bi arre-*t!-d tbey broke ai<d ran, but after a cba-e through a neighboring marsh moBi of thern were captured auo ta^eu to the Station houa-;on th>'ir way th'th^r two of them escaped. Ou the me.u were touud five new piM'olrf, about twentv new knives, a lot of cheap jawe ry, & -. The meu were locked up lilt into movmog when eii of them were sent t>?j-?:i to aw.it further develop? ments ar d four oi her:' were discharged. Iu the capture lh< police v.ete aided by a num? ber of citiz-DS and ihn cb*se t?f;er the tramps was very ^xeitirg. In the mean nru~ vatIOUS reports had been baited?one that the men were train r. H? r-; another, thai fbey were Chicago burglars who had t<eeu followed frooi that cny hy a detective and anoihnr that tbe p-undt-r found on ih?m wbb from the recent Petersburg fire. The latter story Feeras the most probo^le. The march of tbe tramps through the ?tffets at? tracted a l?<-ge crowd, and, us el o-luted, caused tau?ti excitemenr. One of the n>eu on whose person whs found several pistole ?nd knives said he. was a "laki " aud made his living by carrying on a ring a.*:d cane gauie, the pistols anil knives being the pri/.-s. He t-howed the papers ol a dis? charged poidier. Th's morning burglar's implements were found on the ground where *ce men were arrested. A ?fOCNTESS TO VIpIT THIS ClTY. The Counted of Meath, duw in ihn country, will to moMrow vteit 'bis city aod atidressa meeting of the Mioieteriug Children's League to be h^'d at rft. Paul's Ciurcb lec 'urer.iom at o'clock. Th* C ? nut ess has made tbe Mini>tering Children's Leigue her life work. O gi';'>'-d ia lssr'. 1! bas spread over the whoiEnglish speaking world. Toe objects of the' ieague are '"to promote kindness, uaselfi-^se-sa and the! habit of usefulness amoug chi.'''?'615 ?n(1 10 crea'e iu their minds an earnest desire to help the needy and suffering;" a'so, ",0 ftid the necessities of th? poor by Hupp";y'"K them with wurm clothing aud comforts." *'8 motto I-: "No day without a deed to crown it." ^^^^ Police Report.? Last night was cloudy and cool with ten prisoners and four lodg? ers at the station house. The Mayor this moraiug disposed of the foliowii g ca-es : Rachael Skelton, arrested by otli :er Mc MeCuen for disorderly ooDduct, was tiued f] 50. Six tramps, arrested by officers Hsyes, Jones, McCuen, Bettis, Howtson, Davis, (Irady, Arringtou, S mpson aud Brenner charged with committing larceny in Peters? burg, were held, and four others, arreMted ou the same charge, were dismissed. ACCORDING TO the triennial msessment of ilie value of reul estate iu Washington i si published, Col. I) A Windsor, of this rity is ?-se--ed at ^tl???o; Windsor and Ford Ht JSl 071; and Marione and Windsor ft! L'1 IS : Mr-. MaryE Fleming, foiui -ns of this <::ty, at $12 40S ; aud N. W. Bnrehe'I, a'si fjrruerly of this plac-?, xi j-'?"> 555. R d>ert Beverley, of Fauquier, and R A. J-l joe are k^S"-1-e-i lit $61875; Q F. Whit ing and R. H Dulaoy |32 249; G?n. Win. H. Pa\ne, of Warrentou, at $50 979; and Jin) ? Andrew Wylie, formerly of Ibis city. al $65 US. Fire ?Tho alarm of tire shortly & f er 1 oVlot k t -day was caused by lb ? naming of j wine waste, etc, in ;h? store of .Mr. S O. Hou-b, on lower Kinc stn-e^. Tue fire de? partment promptly responded to the alarm but Ihs services of the eogiues were not needed as the 11 mie-* were soon siihiiue-.l by * number of g<-n>lernen who were in and at> >u. the tdore, ft'.d by the hr? ,k and ladder extioguisber. The dum^te whh t-iifiht. bierbert Dloreton. a e'etic in the Btore, h <d his h'inds b*dly burned while helping to put out tbe lire. Corporation Court ?Judge J. A". AT. Norton,presiding ?Theadmiatdtration upon !he est.a-.e of J.-bo Verdou was granted to James Met uen, j'. James McCneo, jr., was appointed guard inn of Alice T. Vetdoo. The report of the oommitt t- ^!>pointeJ to "?.nvee'tigate the condition of the jail was sab? mitted. Court adjourn?d till to-roorru.v morning a1. 10 o'clock. Disorders in the Cousty - Sweral rows .occurred at Fort Ruayon, iu the coun? ty, on S;\.'uriiay night and yesterday, grow ing out of the reci-ur election. Some ol the colored men who bbd voted the democratic ticket were aitaofced by others of their rs.ee and narrrtwly escaped with their live-". The house of EL Taylor waj net on Ere. but the inmates extinguished tbe Ii ?mos hefore much dauisgo had been done. A colored con stable, it is said, was tho leader of the die turbauce*. Y. M. S L Faib ?The f**ir at ihe Young Men's Sodality Lyceum hail on Duke screet was we'l attended on Saturdav evening, notwithstanding tbe inclemencv of the weather, nnd all present spent a pleasant evening. A number of valuab'e articles were disposed of and marked interest was shown iu the voting for the different articles. The fair wd! be continued until lh^ end of the week and probably longBr, and ail who attend will be sure to have a good time. Opera House?Mr. Sebastian Miller, the champ'ou stone breaker and expert wies; Jer, will, with nnow.i comedy company, ap? pear here to-nigbt in a variety entertain menL Mr. Miller will engage tu break wilb his harr.d any smsofh surfaca stone weigh? ing from one to ten pounds that may be brought to him. Mr. L uis Weingarten, of Partner's B.owerv. will take part in e w/estl.ng match with Mr. Miller. The Stkamkr Excelsior.?The British steamnbip Marirana has beeu lib-lied in tbe l .iited States District Court at Norfolk for running iato aud damaging Iba s'eamer Es c?i8lor. near Old Point on Thursday even 'lh lust, an account of wbici was published in ?.he Gazette on Friday, Toe Ex-.els'or '.. Wasbineton on Saturdav night for Biltim nr- w06r* the damages sbo sustained t > the co ''k*00 wiUherepaired. I The Jail. ^. vF?. Parvis. C. C. Carlio | acdChas Moore ^* oc&mvtee appointed, h> Judge Nortoa to >vesti?afe the condi-1 i ool the j ail, tc-day submitted their re P rc. Tn^reoortin eubsi^?08 sfa.es that the jv.l is not e'eaoly kept; that it is genor ally iu an unsafe condition, and a U 'WJ 18 recooimcUdsd. i o dress well at am ki, uz|iense you must ^o to ] Henry Strsudo's, 30i Eii.g .-tieot j PsrpBONAL.?Mr. Ja<nen P. Cooper, the i ? of En :bsh holders of Virginia bond--, v. i- :i the city to day on bis way from Lon d( c n Rchraond. ?o . Lee's wife is visiting her cousir, Mr-\ uil'an r Burke. Mit ? Gertmde Af-bby, of Washiogton, is on a viMt to relatives in this city. Mrs. Richard Lloyd is vi?iting her daughter, Mrs. C. P- Leo, jr. Miss Fanny Dixon is visiting friends in Balti? more. MissBettie W. Nevitt, of north Columbus straet, has been appointed as teacher in charge of tho double school at Lorlon Valley, Fairfax county, in placo of Mr. J. D. Ash ford, who has received a govcrntuent position. Her assistant Is Misj Bottie Janucy. LOCAL BREVITIES. The s'eamer Jane Moseley has taken the place of the steamer Excelsior on the Nor? folk route. A number of Alexandria lawyers left here today to attend the session of the Circuit Court of Fairfax. The week of prayer of tbe Young; Men's Christian Association be-.ran yesterday and will continue during tbe week. Mrs. N. M. Taylor baa purchased from Mr. Tbofl Fnirfnx three houses on the oast side of Fayette street, between Prince and Dnke. A bazar for the bentfic of the M. P. Church will t.r bi-lrl, commencing to-night, at tbe rooms recently occupied by the democratic working n'ub. Little 0:t<> Reinecker, whose illness was mentioned in Sauirday'H Gazette, died yea* terd-iy evening of lock jaw. the result of a wound on bid brad wnicb be sustained from a f?ll. The Virginia, annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, will meet in Rii-hmond on next Wedne?day morning. B-h :>p A. W. Wilson, D. D , of Baltimore, will preside. Some of the doors and biiods of an uncc enpied house on Seminary Hill belonging to Maj J. W. Greene, of thia city, have been removed and carried oil'by thieve?. A wagon loaded with bottle* belonging to Mr. J Dreifus was upset this m .rniug while being drawn ou the ferry boat this morning and many of the bottles broken. At tbe Industrial School, taught by tbe ladies of tbe towr, on Saturday morning owiug to tbe Inclemency of the weather there war<? twenty two children and three tear hers! The Scbnyier E ectrio Light Company have notified tbe Superintendent of Gas, of this city, that next Friday they will, as promised by contract, turn over tbe electric plant to the city, tbe sixty days trial expir? ing on Thursday. The London Lancet discusses at considerable length tho roraedios by which tho habit of ceugh I jug in church may bo ovorcomo. Itcanbeover , -.me in church or anwhere olso by using Stone bra,?or'? Cou?Ii Syrup. 40 years' tost. Nevor failed. 25 eonts everywhere. Galvkston, May o, 1SS5. Mr. A. K. Hawke.s : Dear Sir?Some four mouths ei.'tce 1 procured from you a pair of your cryst.>l>z3d lenses and patent wpring eve-glasses, ^t that time with dif faculty I ould read fin* print. Am now happy to say can read tbe finest print with? out glaswes. My bight is fully aS Ftrongas ever. Frank H. MileR, Galveston, Texas. Ail e\es fitted and the tit guaranteed by L. Stabler & Co., Druggists, Alexandria Va. Nibody need sutler from laugorand melancholy if they take biuiiuons' Liver Regulator. Stowol oysters delicioutly served at Mrs. I. Bammel's restaurant. Tho crepa has been removed from the door? knob. The silent <? ty has received another in habitant, m d a sad-faced man gets o:i a Broadway car every morrdnr, about 4:30. ? ? * Delays are dangerous. Stonebrakcr's Cough Syrup is not a vi>l lil'od with temporary relief, but a bottle full of absolute ouroj 25 cents every? where 'J ue Stonebkakkr Chemical Co., Solo Proprietors, Baltimore, MJ To drcsi well at small expense you must go to Hi nr. btrauss's, 304 King street, - j Nobody w II cutter from liver disease if they take Siiua>oa&' Liver Regulator. S oami '. ". stirs a specialty at Mim. I. Rammel's rcstauraut. is Consumption Curable ? Read the following : Mr. C. H. Morris, Newark, Aifc., mi>s: Whs down with Abscess of Lungs,aud friend* and physicians pronounced mo au Iucara bleConsumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for C nsumption, am now on my third b .trie, and able to ovorsco tho work on my farm. It is tho finest medicine ever mado. Jesse Mi dlowart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had It not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Con? sumption I would have died of Long Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now iu best of he-elth.'' Trial bottles froo at E. S. Loadbcator & Bro's. drug store. _ Nobody can have dyspepsia if they tako Sim? mons' Liver Regulator. F .r lino fried oygtors go to Mis. I. Lam me!'s restaurant. Fried oysters serve! in boxes at Mrs. I. Bam mel's restaurant. To drcsa well at small cxpeuso you must go to Henry Strauss's, 3<>l King street. Nobody csn be troubled with constipation if they lake Simmons' Liver Regulator. Norf Ik oysters, largo and lluo, received daily at Mrs. j. Lnmuiol's restaurant To dress well at small expense you must go to Henry btraUSs's 304 Kingstioot. Oysters on tho half shell, the best to bo had, at Urs. I. Kammei's restaurant. To counteract tho desiro for strong drink take Simmons' Liver Regulator. M. P. CHURCH BAZAR. ONE WEEK, COMMENCING NOVEMBER 11th. Kingstroet. near Washtng'oa. NO SOLICITING. FANCY AETICLES. SUPPER and ICE CREAM. LADY OF THE LAKE. Admission 5 cent3. Season tickets 25 cont^. No charge in afternoons. novll Gt AFESTIVAL will bo hold for tbe benefit of tho Olivet Church building fund at Mr. Jack Ballc iter's. oprodte the ihurch, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, Nov. 12 and 13. novi) -It_ Q1DER. FINE NEW YORK CIDER For ssle by nen 9 lw _W. A. JOHNSON & CO. t. W. rose. (iEO. 8. SMITH. T. W. ROSE & CO.. North Fairfax st.. bet. Queen and Princess, Dealers iu all kinds of HARD AND SOFT COAL. Juit recjived a full supply of Crushed Coke. For heating and cookiug purpose*. Oak and Pine Wood In quantities to tuitin the length or sawed and split. Orders may be left at C. G. Lennon'a drug store, g?4 King street. oct3 3m WANTS. WANTED?A RELIABLE WHITE MAN OK BOY who understands gardening and tho care cf horse and cow ; or a man and wife without children for gardening and housework. Good place to right parties. Address GABDENKB. Gazette office. no*8 3t* PROFESSIONAL. WT KEMPEB. ATTOBNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, No. 502 Duke street, Alexandria. Virginia. Will practice in hll of the Courts of Alexandria and Washington city. Special attention given to the prosecution of pensiou and other claims igiinat the government. Washington Office?Room 10 Gunton building, Nos 472 478 La. ave. n. w. nov9 lm BOOTS AND SLIOES. We Will Make Rome Howl! Men's Heavy Eip Boots at $1 Q0 at Kaufman's. Men's Pegged Calf Boots at $1.59 at Kanfman'?. Men's Heavy Eip Sho< s at $1.19 at Kaufman's. Men's Congress Qaiters, good quality, at $1.33 at Kautmau's. Men's 8titch Dorras, good in every way, at 93c at Kau finan's. Boys' Kip Boots, the best in the market, at 89cat Kaufman's ; Boys' School Shoej, soiled, at 73c at Kaufman's; Ladies' tewed aud Pegged Shoes at 79c at Kaufman's; Ladies' Double-tipped Button Shoes at $1.19 at Kaufman's ; (dove, Canvai and Luce Shoes for old ladies at $1.23 at Kaufman's ; Men's Split Boots, long leg?, at $1 3 I at Kauf? man's ; M sses' Grain Tipped ftuttoi trhoes at 92c at Kaufman's; Children's Gra<n Heeled and 8priiig Heeled .-"hoes at 5V and t>9c at Kaufman's; JarT.i Shoos at 25c at Kaufman's ; Cl ildren's Rtd top Boots at 73c at Kaufman's. All f.esh goods, just bought from a Philadelphia house retiring from tu in?ss We bought ioe entire stock, val? ued at $14,(>Of\ at our own figures, aud will run them od'as quickly as possible. KAUFMAN, oc:18 3m COP. KING AND B ?YaL8TS BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ? AT? French's, 417 & 419 King St. Another lot of the EDfSON MI M EOGuA PH, the great labor saving device. It will rave hun? dreds of dollars annoa'.ly iu printers' billr. 3 0CO duplicstes from ooowriiii.g Absolutely uo prac? tice required to produce the best roaulH. ivory business man should have one. (.'all and examine. Mani la Papers, all sizes und weights; Paper Bags ; Printing Paper ; Wood Toothpicks by the case. Everything in fiue Stationery. American :iud Foreign. Blank Pooka, the best assortment in tho Stato and cheapest. Commercial Stat onery, Bill and Lettor Heads, Statemoi.t?, Lotter and Cup Paper, Letter and In? voice Booits and Files, Lead Pencils of avory clas3, a hund od styles. Check.0, Notes and Drafts, and everything else. oct!7 O E. FRENCH. HARDWARE. John T. Creighton & Son, wholesale and retail dealers in HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. NO. 88 KIN s. CORNER OF ROYAL STREET Have on hand a very iargo and woil assorted stock of goods in their lino. Country merchants are invited to call and ex? amine hofr.ro purchasing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see. [at>12 OYSTERS. UEORUE ?I. RICHARDS A CO. Have removed thoir OYSTER HOUSE TO NOBTH FAIRFAX STREET, Opposite Adams Fxpre?s office, And are now propsred to furnish their customers with tho fluet-t Oysrors tho market affords. Solo agents for E. BBaD:>HAW'S NORFOLK OYSTERS. Orders from tho country solicited and satisfac? tion guaranteed. Fresh Ovutara received every day. sepl4 2in BUTCHERS. IIEI.I.MCTfi BROTHERS', deal tens in CboiceFresh & Salt Heats, Frovisiioiis, N. W COR. KING AND COLUMBUS STS , AND STALL NO. 20 MARKET BUILDING. We are also handling the e< lebrated SI IAFER j SAUSAGE, Puddings, Pork, Choose and Bacon, which wo guarantee are the best that are mado. (Jive us a call. Wo strive t > please. octl'ilm 10 t.'ENTS will buy a one-pint bottle of HOUSE? HOLD AMMONIA, prepared especially for family uso by ERNEST L. ALLEN, auglO Corner King and Pitt street PERFECTION WOOD STAINS, imitating Oak, Antiquo Oak, Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany Rosewood and Ebony, prepared in dry powders, only requiring to bo reduced with water to be ready for use. For staining floors and all kinds of woodwork they are tho most economical, cheap? est and handsomest stains ever produced Ten cents a pick age. For sale by _oct22_W. F. CREIGH rON A CO. DBUNKENNE88, or the liquor habit, positive ly cured by administering Dr. HAINES'S GOLDEN SPECIFIC. It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea, or in articles of food, without the knowledge of the patient; it is absolutely harm? less and will effect a permanent and speedy euro. Book of particulars fiee. E. S. LEADBEATER & BSC, Agents, my!4_ _Alexandria, Va. ACARLOAD OF PENNSYLVANIA STONE WABE. We havo just recoivod 5,000 gallons of this choice ware, in Jugs, Milk Pans aud Butter Jars, which we will sell at very low figures. This ware, hough superior to all others, is as low in prioo as he commonest. For sale by mhl3 E. J. MILLER A SON. "V IENNA" CHINA. We have iust received direct from Vienna four (4) casks of "Vienna" China Tea and Dinner Sets, an exact imitation of Haveland's goods, at much less price. Call early and secure the prettiest of them at sepll_E. ,J. MILLER & S0N'3._ QHAMBEB SETS! CHAMBER SETS! We have just received a rew line of Chamber Sets of new shapes and decorations at from $3 per set up. Our $3 sets are very desirable and are soiling rapidly. Call and examine before they are picked ovor. mhll_ E. J. MILLER A SON. CHAMBER SETS. fjQ We have received fllty DECOBATED CHAM BEB SETS, of now shape and decorations, which we are offering at prices within the reach of all. Ihey are selling fast, and if you are in need of something cheap and pretty call at once at Bepll E. J. MILLER & SON'S. FABMEBS, BEAD! X. O. DUST! X. O. DU8T! THE NEW AND GREAT DISCOVERY, X. O. DUST! For the relief from the Texas or Buffalo Fly on Cattle, just received and for sale by sep9_W. F. CREIGHTON & CO. CUST STEEL and IBON GABDEN BAKES, J Garden Trowels, Garden Sets, Shovels, Spades', Forks, Hoes and other Tools in the same line at 328 King street. ?ny!5_J. T. CREIGHTON & 80N. A LFRED SPEER'S UN FERMENTED GRAPE X*. JUICE makes a refreshing home drink for the summer months. Try it. For sde by . _ EBNEST L. ALLEN, )7? Corner King and Pitt Btreets. _LADIES' COOPS._ OUR OPENING ?OF? Cloaks & Wraps, OF ALL KIND?. NO 1, FLUSH MODJESKA. NO 2. PLUSH COAT. NO 3, DIItECTOLRE Larges stock cv;t exhibited in Alexandria by ISAAC EICHBERG & CO. All goods guaranteed es represented. One Price SEPARATE DEPARTMENT AND SPECIAL STYLES ??rWc cordially invite all. Have You a Nice Umbrella ^rameYouWi sli Becoy ereft? WE ARE THE AGESTS FOE THE CELEBRATED F. P. ROBINSON Patent Detachable Umbrella 0 overs AND HAVE THEM IN STOCK IN 20 AND 28IN. SIZES, SILK AND GLORI V. If yon hare a nio framo you wish to recover, remove the old covering entirely from tho r bs, ami bring it to us and we will recover it in a few minutes, giving you an Umbrella equal to new at very moderate cost. TACKETT & MARSHALL. DE ALK IIS Ilf ? Notions, Carpets, Underwear, Cloaks, &o. MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY. TJiS?ONE PRICE STRICTLY.<SXr FANCY GROCERIES. FANCY NEW toll Smoked Bloaters, Scotch Herring, Boneless Codfish, Jmt received by C. WM. RAMSAY. NEW CROP JS IIHiillH'ril BOLLE U OST?, MliiEDDED DO., CBUSHED WHEAT, PEABL BABLEY, Just received by C, WM. RAMSAY. NEW In 1-lb csrtoana, the finoat Macaroni manufac? tured, jnst received by C. WM, RAMSAY. THE NEW IUJ In flat cam, ia very fine, for Bale by C. WM. RAMSAY. ATMORE'S celeaffliPiiuii . RAMSAY. FANCY Cap Cot Criterries. C. WM. RAMSAY. i HAVE THE Best 5-cent Cigar YOU EVES SMOKED. C.WM. RAMSAY. ~~ EW Pineapple Cheese. C.WM. RAMSAY. FANCY GROCERIES. FINEST CHOICE Virginia & New York Bodwheat. J. O. MILBURN. FIVE BARRELS New York Beans, NEW AND CHOICE. Baltimore Pearl Homi? ny and Breakfast Grits. J. O. MXLBUEN. If you wish a Really Fine Cup of Tea, BUY OUB BEST TEAS AT $1. J. O. MILBURN. Choice Virginia Butter 25c. Atmore's Mince Meat, New Preserves and Jellies. J. O. MILBURN. FINEST Selected Coffees, BOASTED AT STOB S. J. C. MILBUEN. POTOMAC FLOUR t. Unexcelled, i FOB MALE ONLY I? J. C. MILEUHJKf.