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?jiifRSDAY EVENING. NOV. 2. 1803.
LfjCAL INTELLIGENCE. g ,n rises to-morrow at G:5:J; sun sets High water 3:20 a. m. and 3"'!;-i":_ Weather Probabilities.?For tb s n _, :-i ra' y fair; warmer -eiithtve>t. r . ^jn't'jj Friday morning; probably to^nr Westerly winds Friday night. , > ;v Land Sales.?The follow :0 ? - ii< a of county real estate have re? cently been made: 5. Duncan to A. B. Slaymaker, 8 ?ear the Poor's House, in ex cban&e for SO acres in jit. Vernon dis . Fairfax county. Jordan et a), trustee for Mt. Oli Kaptist Church, colored, to Martha g .. a lot in Mt. Olivet Church sub? division for $35. A !l. Hainas to Juo. Miller, 3.S acres Hi ?:->n, with improvements, <xc, f ir 52,400. C. S. Grcer to C. B. Price, three lots - ttts's sub-division, back of Balls ton. R. A. Pnillips to C. P. Crump, a lot in the .Mason tract on the Military road for ?1,890. C, P. Crump to K. S. Smith the above mentioned lot. hert Allen to Lewis Williams, a lot at Nauck for $112. F. Hufty, ttttstee for A. M. Adams, toJ. G. Westcott, a lot iu Bou Air for $125. .; P. Lewis to R. Steptoe. a lot in Higt Park for ?170. F. K. ntnl G. L.Simpson to Elizabeth : i. 401 acres, near Hall's Hill, iuT $6,000. ?. C. Videtto to 3kf. A. Wo >d, two parcels of laud iu the Park addition to Alexandria, and the improvements thereon, for $14,281. ( . <;. Henderson to D. H. Mudd, a lot iii Rosslyn Farm. I?. \V. Chiles to R. A. Gray, a lot near Nauck for $500. The Musical Association-.?At a meeting of the Musical Association held last night it was determined to abolish the public rehearsal feature, and hereafter the association will savor more of the social than of the musical. This conclusion was reached mainly for the reason that most of the mem? bers who mudc music a study la.'e either removed from the city or have business pursuits of a nature which pre? vents their participating in the rigid practice whichprecedes these rehearsals. Another reason that is urged is the jdck of talent new in the association iroui which to recruit new performers. Of late it has often been found neces? sary to employ outsiders to assist in making the rehearsals successful, a plan which has proved too expensive to be continued. Those of the aSSOCi m who have participated in the pub l rehearsals during the past seven years have by faithful and persevering practice given creditable performances which have been enjoyed by the large audiences which were always present. A committee, consisting of Messrs. J. T. .1 ihnson, W. F. Came, jr., P. McK. Baldwin, G. W. Fisher, G. F. Price, W. Melchoir and W. L. Allen, was ap? pointed to draft a report on the future prospects and purposes of the associa? tion. Pawnee Bill's West West.?Major iuii W. Lillie I Pawnee Bill) has won for himself distinction among the pio neers of the West and the childreu of nature, lie is the idol of the Pawnees and other Indians who know him, hence he has with him the greatest and most representative lot of wild western t?S of every class known to Indians, Mexicans, Americans, Cowboys and ers. The performances of the His Wild West, Grand Mexican Hip me and Iudian Museum outtit is on a scale of magnificence hitherto uu attempted. There is an army of wild western people, aud there are Indian musicians; the Mexican band, wild re of the Pampas and a band of Bedouin Arabs. Beautiful wild west? ern girls and flashing-eyed senoritas from the Rio Grande dash throughout t:.i performances of Pawnee Bill's His Wild West, Mexican Hippodrome, Indian Museum and Grand Fireworks Exhibition, to all of which one ticket admits. That ibis is one of the grand? est of all such exhibitions is attested by the press of the country. Ladies and children are watched by careful at? tendants, who do all in their power to render i heir visit to the Wild West hap py, instructive, pleasant and comforta? ble. _ FOOT Ball.?As stated yesterday the Howard-Kendall game of football that was announced for that evening on the High School grounds, near this city did not come?the mutes sending word that their team and substitutes were too badly crippled to play any more ?acnes this season, and that they would forthwith disbaud. An Alexandrian, who was at Kenda'l (Iriei oue even? ing recently, says that about every man he saw there was either crippled or cut up and the mutes said that football did it. Some 15 men are too much used up to play at present. Among these are Rossen, Cowan. Ryan, Grimm, Cusack and Cummings, who played on the mutes' team iu the game at the High School ou the 7th tilt. The for? mer has his nose broken and the others are severely hurt in various ways, some hobbling about on crutches, some with heads bandaged and others with arms in slings, and yet the "season'" is hardly ou. The mute team is regarded as one of the strongest teams in this lo? cality. They visit the High School once or twice every year and almost invariable vanquish the home team. Police Coubt.?Justice Tfwmpsoji presiding.?The following cases were disposed of this morning: Yiuceut Wilson, Charles Wilsou and CourtlaDd Seaton, colored, arrested by Officers Travers aud Arrington for dis? orderly conduct and for throwing mis? sies against a house on Hallow Eve night, were made to pay damages and costs of the warrant. Wm. Conkling, arrested by Officer Davis for being drunk on the street, was sent to the work house for ninetv days. Lawrence Bright, arrested by Officers Grady and Travers for escaping from the chain gang, was sent back to the t'^ng. , ^-*ary Bright, arrested by Officers Griffin aud Howson for stealing from a car of the Washington Southern Rail? way, was fined $4. A warrant which had been sworn out against a white man by a colored man for disorderly conduct, was dismissed at the instance of the complainant. Night Report.?Last night was clear and cool. Six prisoners and ten lodgers were at the station house. Personal.?Mr. James R. Mans field lias received from Governor Mc Kinuey, through H..W. Flournoy, Sec? retary of Commonwealth, notiticatiou ot his appointment as Notaiy Public. Mr. Benjamin Thompson lias gone to Herndon to attend the wedding of Mr. Frank Ballou. Capt. and Mrs. R.H. Remington have returned fromateu day.,' trip to Chi? cago. Mr. Patrick Sullivan, manager of the B-1! Telephone Company here ? xpects to be transferred to Birmingham, Ala., next spring. The Southern Surgical and Gyneco? logical Association will hold its sixth annual meeting at New Orleans on the 14th-lGth inst. At the afternoon ses? sion oi the 15th Dr. Bedford Brown, of this city, the president of the associa? tion, will deliver the annual address, his subject being : "The Southern Sur? gical and Gynecological Association, Its Origin. Objects and Aims." Mr. Wm. J. Summersand Miss Jennie S. Yates were married last night at the Baptist Church parsonage by Rev. J. H. Butler. Mr. F. F. Presstman, who has been i l ill health for some time past. 1? ft this evening for a hospital near Balti? more for treatment. Reorganization Defeated.?Dc vid Thompson has been appointed re? ceiver for the Heskins Wood Yulcan i/.iug Company, whose plant is at One Hundred and" Fifty-fifth street and Eighth avenue, New York, iu the suit of J. W. Johnson. The order states that this does not affect or stay the foreclosure proceedings brought by the Atlantic Trust Company, as trustee for the bondholders, in which judgment has been obtained for $211,000. In op? position to the appointment of the re? ceiver it was urged that the bondhold? ers had proposed a plan of reorganiza? tion to the creditors, whereby the for? mer will purchase the property at a closure sale, form a new company and give the creditors stock in it for the amount of their claims. It was stated that holders of bonds to the amount of $177,000 out of $200,000 had agreed to the proposition, and that nearly all the creditors, about $70,000 in amount, had also agreed to the reorganization, leav? ing oulv a few who would not come iu. ?N. Y. World. [The Haskin Company is now fitting up an exteusive wood vulcanizing plant in this city.] An Enjoyable Occasion,?About thirty of the officers and members of tiie Young Men's Sodality Lyceum as? sembled at the. restaurant of Mr. Ed? ward Rammel, ou north Royal street, last night, and spent a most delight? ful evening. The occasion was a com plimentary supper tended the com? pany by Mr. Rammel who was the rt cipient of the hardsome punch bowl awarded the most popular restau? rateur at the fair recently held for the poor under the auspices of the St. Yin cent de Paul Society of St Mary's Church. Oysters and other edibles were spread abundantly, and after all had partaken of the good things iu the way oi substantial, the bowl was pro? duced filled with most tempting and exhilarating punch. Toasts were pro? posed and appropriate responses made hy Messrs. J. Harry Rice, Herbei t Baker, Francis T. Quinn, Thomas S. Lannon, Florence T. .McCarthy, Daniel J. Normoyle, Louis Shurnan and Wil? liam L. Hoy, officers of the Lyceum. Banquet,?Mr. T. W. Rouse, the popular and efficient superintendent of the St. Louis Brick Company (whose works are in the county) ami who v a-; re? cently married in St. Louis, last night entertained a number of his friends at a sumptuous banquet given at the Opera House Restaurant. A number of per sous were present and the various deli? cacies of the season were served by Mr. Brill in the most tempting style. After the banquet Air. ("has. Bendheim, on behalf of the friends of Mr. Rouse in this city, in an appropriate speech, pre? sented him with a handsome china din? ner set and banquet lamp, as a wedding present and as a token of the esteem in which he is held by them. Mr. Rouse replied in fitting terms. The oc? casion was a most pleasant one and will long be remembered by all present. Explosion ok a Lamp.?About half part ~ix o'clock last night some young? sters while passing down Royal street saw a brilliant blaze in a room in the second story of the residence of Mr. George Darley, on the east side of the street. They knocked at the door and informed the inmates of their discovery, and an alarm of lire was sounded. The fire bad been caused by the explosion of a coal oil lamp, and the burning ves? sel was quickly tossed into the strec'. Some furnituie in tho room was more or less injured, but no serious damage resulted. The fire department did not gQ iuto service. Strange Lights.?Numbers of col? ored people living in lower Fairfax county, on the line of the Mount Yer non Railway, are considerably exer? cised over strange lights Which tbey al? lege they beheld in the sky last u ght. The exact description of the pictures they gazed on is not given, but the more antiquated "uncles" and "aunts" among them declare they were similar to those visible in the earlv part of the year 1861, previous to the 'beginning of the late civil war, and prophesy dire calamities in the near future. FOG.?A heavy fog prevailed th's morning, and for a time navigation en the river was made both difficult and dangerous. The Norfolk steamer was delayed in her arrival here several hours, and the steamer Occoquan ran ou a buoy off the city and was delayed for some time, the buoy having been caught in her wheel. City Hotel?Mr. Frederick Schwab, who has for several years past occupied a portion of the old City Hotel knowu as "Washington's Headquarters," has leased the entire building for a term of years and will, it is understood, make alterations and improvements with a view of converting it to its originial use. Fisk Jubilee Singers.?The original com 1 any of Jubilee Singers, from Fisk Univer sity. Nashville. Tenn.. now in their twenty third season, will give one of their enjoyable concerts at the Opera House to night. The o impany has lately returned from a most suc csssful tour of European countries. Thev still retain the old plantation melodies which hwe made them so popular, and in their concerts throughout the country they have lost none of their power to please, in fact have iucreased it. Frankness is a Law of our business. WANAMAKER & BROWN. oct31 3t Washington, D. C. MEN'S WOOL HALF HOSE worth 25c at 12Vc, at CHAPMAN'S, 424 King street. LOCAL BREVITIES. The City School Board meets to? night. The e e.tric railway company is nc w having the paving between the ra Is repaired. Mr. Harvey Hamilton has resigned as registrar'ol t lie Second ward, but his successor has not yet been appointed. In tiie Corporation Court to-day M'. K. Kemper qualified as administrator of the estate of the late F. K. Windsor. The dredge Condor, recently libeltd for a towing bill, was to-day further li b-lied by Mr. W. S. Moore for a bill far repairs. While Mr. William Grillbortzer was cutting cheese in Mr. A. J. Silling's store last night he severely cut the forefinger of his left baud. The races at the Driving Park "yes? terday evening were fairly well attend? ed. The winners were: Harrv Ar? thur, 2:30A ; Harry D. 2:o9J; Wavside Chief, 3:2j. Mr. J. 0. Kerby has refused to be? come- a candidate for the Legislature in Fairfax county against Mr. Willard, the democratic nominee, who will have no opposition ; nor will Mr. Beudheim in this city. In the U. S. Senate yesterday a reso? lution introduced by Mr. Hunton to authorize the formation of a national conservatory of music at Washington was referred to the committee on the Dist rict of Columbia. Marriage licenses were issued in Washington yesterday to Gregor Leo Noetzel, of Falls Church, and Jessie Irene Pope, of Washington: Thomas H. Miller, of Charlottesville, and Katie Hicks, of Culpeper, and to John W. Atchison and Mary V. Lovelace, of | Stafiord county. An inquest was held yesterday at the fourth police precinct, Washington, upon tbe dead infant of Estelle E. Beach. It is alleged that the death of I the infant, which Wiis born alive, was f ilue to an operation performed by Dr. Edward Leon. The young mother will live. The jury returned a verdict that the baby had come to its death from a criminal operation performed by Dr. Leon. Dr. Leon was held to await the action of the grand jury. Good Clothes Open all doors. Try it. WANAMAKER ft BROWN". oit'Si Iw Washington, ?. C. I PCFFEBED fiom a'-ute luilamnntion in my nose atm head?for a week at a time 1 could not see. I used Ely's Cream Balm and in a few days 1 was cured- It is wonderful how quick it helped me.?Mis. Gcorgio S. Judsou, Hartford, Conn. Fob three weeks I was suffering from a severe cold io my head, accompanied by a pain in the temples. Ely's Cietirn Balm w: n comm nded to me. After only six applica? tions i>:' the lla'ti every truce of my cold was removed. Henry C. Clark, New York Ap? praiser's Office. .xTmiiT^v J=>oId b7 Druggists lft and Country Store LIVER HUS. " ?*? in stamps. Polk Miller Drug Co., RICHMOND, VA. Many Persons nrc broken down from overwork or household cures. Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes excess of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine, Elgin's Best is the best Butter made Price 35 cents per pound. New Buckwheat and Pure Fork Sausage Meat. Try them. B. H. Jenkins, je2 Cor. Duke and Fairfax streets. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS cures Dyspepsia, In? digestion <& Debility. When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla. When sho was a Child, she criwl for Castorfs. When sho became Miss, sho cluni? to Castorla. When she bad Children, she gave them Castorfs. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. New Yock. Nov. 2.?The good feeling which prevailed in stock circles shortly after the opening disappeared entirely before tin expiration of tbe first hour of besiness. Lon? don was a sel'er of stocks. This was a disap poiutment to the Laders who cr.pected that with the passage of a silver repeal law tbe for? eigners woold buy liui rally of our seemi'.'es Home investois were also indifleient and this was aooibcr severe disappointment to the hul's. At 11 a. to. tho market was ashr.de firmer in tone. Bai.timorf. Nov. 2.?Virginia consols ? ; do 10-40s?; do 3s G4. Alexandria Market, November 2. The markets are veiV quiet and easy at the recently reported decliues in several leading values. Flour is weak and sa'cs aro light. Wncat is dull and lower; range G ) to G4 for fair to good milling. Thcro is no change in E.-ztjs, Butter, other Produce or Piovisions to? day. MiIIfeel is film. Hay is in better dc maud. Wheat Rye and Oat Straw are hard to soil at satisfactory prices. Baltimore. Nov. 2.?Flour dull and un? changed. Wheat steady : No 2 red spot and Nov 65^4aG5%; Dec GG7s iG7: May 7S%? 7.T7,, : steamer No 2 red 62^62^; milling wheat by sample G?afi'l. Corn easy; mixed spot and Nov 445_ta44k2: year 44k>a443;t; dan 45 asked ; white corn bv sample 4G. old ; 4'a45 taw: yellow do 45%. old; 41a43, new. Oats fi rmer; No 2 white Western 35\; No 2mixed ri.. 34. Rye quiet; No 2 53. Way siow : good to choice timothy $14 50 to voJ v steady; Rio targoes, fair, j: No 7 18\. Sagar strong; granulated New York, Nov. 2.?Flonr qniet and steady. W heat mod. rately active and steady. Corn nrrner and quiet. Pork steady and dali; nws $19 ?0 to $20 00. Lard quiet and steady; steam $10 oO asked. PORT OF ALEXANDRIA. NOV. 2. 1S03 areived Sehr W S Kerby, Plymouth, N C, shmeles to J H D Smoot. * sailed. Sloop Ella Tredwell, Stuart's wharf, lumber by Smoot & Co. FO.t SALE.?One combination LOCK FIRE PROOF IRON SAFE in good con? dition. Apply to 107 north Fairfax street oet28 lw Woodward $ Lotbrop. lOlh, 11th ami F Sts., N. W. LUNCH ROOM. SIXTH FLOOR, TENTH ST. BCILDING, ELEVATORS. TO-liflBllVFRIDiY, REMNANT DAY. No single element of our business receives more thought than the art of losing money? when to make losses, how to make them wise? ly. It is an art. and wo have learned it The adjustment of stocks to modern progressive notions leaves many things out of harmony. Wisdom tells us to let them "go." not that intrinsic worth is less, but because a new, a better business policy demands it. One means, and one only, brings the desired result?the losing method of the reduced prices. THIS REMNANT DAY OF 1? Furnishes an excellent example of judicious losing. Prices?very low price?is the all potent factor that brings about the end in view, the object of tho Remnant day?to dis? pose of accumulations and present a fresh stock with an unbroken front on Monday preparatory to the week's business. Therefore every Friday sees rare chances offered and accepted in all departments here. Odds and ends, the result of the week's havoc amoug ( "loaks, Jackets, Suits, Underwear, etc. ?uhoit lengths of Silks, Linens. Dress Stuffs, Ribbons, Laces, Upholsteiy Goods, etc.?brok? en lines of sizes in Gloves, Hosiery, Shoes, Corsets, etc.?anything that is soiled, mussed, marred, scratched, or otherwise defaced?in fact, the "left overs," of everything. Prices are marked on all snch Remnants that give them a double quick motion aud rid us of their presence At your command to-morrow all over tho store aro bargains?bargains that tell of many a dime and many a dollar saved. We are ready to serve you, and the goods themselves offer you special inducements iu MEN'S DEPARTMENT. (First floor.1009 F-st) IN SUIT DEPARTMENT. (Third floor.llth-st. building.) IN CLOAK DEPARTMENT. (Third floor.lltb-st. building.) IN MISSES' DEPARTMENT. (Tkird floor.Ilth-st. building.) IN BOY'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. (Third floor.10th-st.building.) IN BOOK DEPARTMENT. (Bafcment.llth-st building.) IN HO?SEFrjRNTSHTNG DEPARTMENT. (Fifth floor,.llth-st. building.) IN CHINA DEPARTMENT. (Fifth floor.10th-st. building.) ?&-Q00D3 DBUrgRBD IN ALEX? ANDRIA. Wood ward & Lo th rop. ioth, i ith & F Sts., n. w., Washington. D. C. _MEKTIX GS^ Alexandria, Va., October 21,1893. "VTVTICE?Under the provisions of the second by-law of tho ALEXANDRIA MINING, MANUFACTURING and WARE? HOUSE COMPANY we, tho nndetsigncd, holding together ove one-fifth of the capital stock of said company, hereby call a general meeting of said stockholders to meet at the office oT Messrs. Burke & Herl>ert in Alexan? dria, Va, on MONDAY, the 13th day of No? vember, 1893. at 9 o'clock a. m. L. W. RE1D. W. n. MARBURY, F. F. MARBURY, W. H. MARBURY (Admr. F. T. Hawks, deed.) EST. OF C. C. & J.VO. B. SMOOT. (By J.Clinton Smooth EDW.S. LEADBEATER, BURKE & HERBERT. oct21 wtd COPA^TNEBSJIJPS._ NOTICE.?I have this day purchased tl e interest of my son. French Sinoot, in the business heretofore trading as Josiah H. D. Smoot & Son, anil will conduct the samo un der the firm name of .TOSIAH H. D. SMOOf, my son, French Smoot, being retained by me as manager. FRANCES P. SMOOT, Alexandria, Va., October 27th, 1893. IHAVE this day sold my interest in the firm of Josiah II. D. Smoot & Son to my mother, Mrs. Frances P. Smoot, who will in future conduct the business under the firm name of JOSIAH H. D SMOOT, for which firm I bespeak the patronage of mv friends. FRENCH SMOOT, Alexandria, Va., October 27tb, 1893. Lucy Hinten Tobacco V Is held in factory until it is old and well seasoned, which makes it a first-class chew; has been in this market for twenty years. Ii will please yon. tftgg^Sold by everybody. ?ov:3m ELEGANT LINEN TABLE COVERS I worth $1.00, selling for $1, at _CHAPMAN'S. -12-t King street 1~)R1ME PORTO RICO MOLASSES aLd . Vanilla Drip Syrup just received by _ J. C. MILBURN. "I f\i\i\ YARDS extra good SHAKER JL UV/l / FLANNEL at 5cper yard at _ CHAPMAN'S. 424 King street. KESH ROLLED OATS, Oatmeal and Graham Flour for sale by J. C. MILBURN. F FRESH GRAHAM FLOUR just received and for sale by _H. C. WALLACE. NEW FRENCH PEAS and MUSHROOMS received to-day by J. C. MILBURN. B CRTON BRO.'S ENGLISH PILKLES bottles, two sizes, at H. C. WALLACE'S. JUST RECEIVED a lot of DOOR MAT; ? 3 sizes, 40, GO and 75 cents, at _ ^ H. C. WALLACE'S. NATIONAL Pure Food Co.'s TOMATO CATCHUP and First Class No. 2 MACK? EREL for sale by_H.C.WALLACE. B EST GRANULATED SUGAR, 8 cents per pound at J. C. MILBURN'S. IABST BEER for sale by ROBERTSON & BRO., ' 700 Kin* street PURE PICKLING VINEGAR and FRESH SPICES for sale by J. C. MILBURN. DRY GOODS. KREIT miiV SALE NOTIONS, Mi UNDERWEAR, Gents* Furnishings &c, &c. 5 316 KING STREET. COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT. Sec theic advertisement in this space in Saturday's issue. AMUSEMENTS. ^LEXANDBIA NOVEMBER i. FAIR GROUNDS. AMERICA'S NATIONAL ENTERTAIN? MENT. PAWNEE BILL'S HISTORIC '71 J 8 INDIAN MUSEUM, GRAND MEXICAN HIPPODROME, and MAGNIFICENT PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY. This Stupendous Exhibition is the GREAT? EST WILD WEST IN THE WORLD?and only one?now traveling with its own train of ears. NATURE'S OWN EXHIBITION iustruc tirc and full of interest. WARLIKE BANDS OF INDIANS. FA? MOUS CHIEFS and BRAVES. STARTLING and STERLING NOVELTIES. BUCKING BRONCHOS and SPOTTED MUSTANGS. MISS MAY LILLIE, the Champion Lady Rifle Shot. A Bevy of WILD WESTERN BEAUTIES and daring COWBOYS. COREY-AMERICAN!, the Champion Pistol Shot. THE MEXICAN HIPPODROME. Racing STEERS and Standing Races. The GREAT ARTILLERY RACE. SENOR FRANCISCO and his VAQ?EEOS. MISS BRADDON, the Prairie Queen. MOUNTAIN MEADOW MASSACRE re? produced, also the WOUNDED KNEE FIGHT. Indians attacking TRAPPER TOM S CAB? IN, and the FORT SILL STAGE COACH. A BAND OF BEDOUIN ARABS just add? ed. Marvels of Skill, Agility and Daring. WILD RIDERS OF THE PAMPAS. Distinguished PERSONAGES and EVENTS replete with Thrilling Episodes. The GRAND STREET PARADE starts at 10 a. m, The performances begin precisely at 2 and 8 p. m. EVERY FEATURE REPEATED at each Exhibition. METEORIC FYEOTECHNICAL DIS? PLAY. LADIES and CHILDREN Our Special Care. The Evening Performances Illuminated by Brilliant Calcium Lights, making the Enclosure as Bright as Noonday. Setts for Everybody. ADMISSION, 50 Cents. Children under 9 years half price. Reserved Seats 25 cent- extra. ONE TICKET ADMITS TO ALL. oct2S.t'K)novlA3_ QPERA HOUSE, THURSDAY, NOV. 2nd. THE ORIGINAL COMPANY OF JUBILEE SINGERS, From Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn. 1871-Twenty-lhiftlSeason-1893-'94 Mrs. Maggie L. Porter-Cole, Soptano and Masical Directress. Miss Julia Owen?, Soprano. Mr. George E. Barrett. First Ter or. Mr. Charles W. Payne, Second Tenor. Mr. Charles S. Johnston, First Bass. Mr. J. N. Caldwell.Second Bas?. Mr. Sylvester Smith, AecompauisL Prices?25, 35 and 5CV. Sea tu on sale a.t Warfield's drug store. oct23 5t _______ _ ^KY^GOODS. -IN M Y GOODS. Appreciating the fact that the long-continued financial de? pression must make much lower prices on merchandise, we delayed the purchase of many goods till we could buy genu? ine panic bargains. In a recent visit to the New York mar? ket we secured many goods at prices that must induce pur IN DRESS GOODS. Fine all-wool 38-inch Plaids and plain fabrics were 50c, now 37/4c ; 45-inch all-wool Serges, blue, black and cardinal, were 75c, now 60c : 50-inch blue and black Serges, formerly $r, now 75c ; fine silk-mixed fancy Dress Goods, former value $1.75, now $1 ; fine silk-mixed novelties, former price $2 per yard, now $1.25 ; a large line of silk and wool pattern dresses, the highest novelties of the season, former prices $2.30, now $1.50 ; silk and wool Plaids, value $1.50, now$i ; Eider Downs in cream, blue and pink, worth 50c, for 30c per yard. DOMESTIC STOCK. A large line of choice fine Zephyr Ginghams, made by one of the leading Eastern mills for their exhibit at the Columbian exhibition, value 15c, at 10c per yard ; choice Dress Ginghams, $*4c per yard ; good Dress Ginghams, 6c per yard ; Apron Ginghams, 4a5c per yard ; fast-colored oil-red figured Prints, 5c per yard ; 4-4 fine Brown Cotton, worth 7c, at $*4c ; 4-4 do., worth 9c, at 7c ; excellent 4-4 Bleached Cotton at 7c. BIG VALUE IN WIDE SHEETING. We place on our counters one of the best makes of Stand? ard Bleached Sheetings at the low price of i6-'jc for 6-4, 20c for 8-4, 23c for 9-4, 25c for 10-4?the lowest price ever reach? ed on these goods. A BIG BARGAIN IN LACE CURTAINS. Recently about 300,000 pairs of Lace Curtains were dis? posed of at an auction in New York. We have secured some of the best values at the sale. Look at these prices : A good 3-yard curtain^ worth 1.50, at 75c a pair ; 3-yard curtains, worth 2.25, for 1.25 ; 33/-yard curtains, worth 2.50, for 1.50 ; 3]/2-yard curtains for 1.75, cheap at 2.75; 3j?-yard curtains for 2.50 : good values at 3.00 ; curtains cheap at 4.00. Bar? gains in Cheneille Portiers, Curtain Draperies, Sash Curtains, Cheneille Table Covers, Rugs, &c. Special values in Table Linens and Napkins ; 2-yard wide Cream Damasks, all linen, 62*4c ; 2 yard White Damask at 87^0. Look at the line of 65c Bleached Damasks. Look through all our stocks and yoii will find the best values and assortments ever exhibited. ONE PRICE. TACKBTT&MA?SHALL GROCERIES. SUNDRIES. Cape Coil Cranberries, Choice Buchtet Flour, Self-raising Buckwheat, Flour of the Entire Wheat, Pure Maple Syrup. G.WM. RAMSAY. Imported & Domestic CHEESE. Pineapple, 3 sizes. Van Rosscn's Edams. Roquefort. Sapsago. Finest New York Crfam. G.WM. RAMSAY NewCropN.Y. Carolina Rice, Akron Oatmeal, Rolled Oats, Pearl Barley, Hominy and Grits. G.WM. RAMSAY 200 CASES n To CASES Honey-Drop Corn. G.WM. RAMSAY. SARATOGA CHIPS, FRESH AND CRISP. G.WM. RAMSAY. New Cucumber Pickles MEDIUM SIZE. G.WM. RAMSAY. I__DRY GOODS. fNUR ENTIRE STOCK ^ of FALL and WINTER DRESS GOODS has arrived. Many novelties appear in our collection sure to attract buy? ers. Our line of patterns is much larger and more com plete than ever. We have re? cently devoted two weeks in New York in buying these goods, and have taken espe? cial care in selecting the new? est weaves in the market. You are invited to inspect our line before making your purchases, as we knowr for style and prices it is unsurpassed. In selecting our Dress Goods stock we have not omitted ap? propriate trimmings. We have all widths and shades of the now very popular Braid so ex? tensively used for trimming ; also a large variety of change? able Silks, Taffate.s, Benga? lines, Surahs, Velvets and Vel? veteens. We have secured a large lot of Chenille Portiers from a Philadelphia manufacturer, to be sold at less than cost of making?notably among them one lot 3 yards long 36 inches wide at $349 ; another 3^ yards long 42 inches wide at $4.15, and otheis at corre? spondingly low prices. Our Lace Curtain stock is unusually attractive at prices ranging from 75c to $12.50. One special bargain at $2.50. We are retiring from the merchant tailoring business, and offer our entire stock of cassimeres at cost. Don't fail to call on us for Carpets, Smyrna and Skin Rugs, Art Squares, etc. The largest variety of La? dies' and Misses' Wraps and Cloaks ever shown in Alexan? dria. ISAAC EICHBERG, King and Royal sts.