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? e.Y EVENING. DEC 23, 1897.
LOCAL MATTERS. srjgcs to-morrow at 7:25 and seta at High water at 7:54 a. m. and ? ????< lTHKB pkobabiutlks.?Foi th;8 ? eight and Friday; colder Fri. we terly to northwesterly if Judge Willoughby.? Westel Witloaghby, ones a of tlii-i city, but who durine bad lived in Washington, lesday uight at his residence, . .. street in that city. As pe ated iu tbe Gazette he Uud s??erer for a loug time from ts that began to take an acute it a mouth ago, and since he bad steadily failed. Judge 3 vva3 born in Croton.Tomp : ity, X. V., in 1S30. At tho the war 1 e was commit it of the 137th New York He saw considerable ac ? . ce, and iu the battle of Chan !e was .~o severely wounded health was broken und he was ed to resign his commission, [tiently took up bia residence s city v here he pructiced law and ;t time during recoustruc t;?pointcd by the govern member of the court of appeals - >'. and later was appointed ?. circuit court for this dk fcle eaves a widow and three . two sons and a daughter. , . Westel W., has for some : associated with his fat In r practice. The other son, Wil . the stall of the coiurnis labor. Judge Willoughby ii at Arlington this evening at ert.?A complimentary concert lered the employees of the Railway by the "Reading K Workers" in their auditorium, Wulfe and Henry streets, last n e auditorium was well filled, concert was a success in every r, rctlecting much credit on e< immittee having it in charge. Ra dU were abundantly served. ? '.ving programme was rendered ice J lent manner: Violin solo, ;rt Goodrich; vocal duet, Mrs. Lyk-s and Mr. John Fones; reci ?. J. Y. Davis; vocal Belt), SJ M< ekf; comicsolo, Mr. Feather Washington, with banjo aud impanimeot; vocal solo, Mrs. CM . Misses Rebecca and Mary P : v ical solo, Miss Blanche Rolch 1 solo, Mr. Dobberton, of 1 banjo solo. Mr. Feather il solo, Rev. C. E. Ball; comic . . Morsel!e, of Waj-hinetor; at - ' . Misses Ada Grigg and ^ford and Mrs. Lindsty. 01 rsT.?Mayor O. L, Shnp aiding.?The following casts nosed of this moruins : ing man arrested by Officer m for being drunk and disorder? ly, was dismissed. liiish, urrested by Lieut. Smith, ..; Smith and Officer S?et i.irgtd with tue larceny of ?10, was dismissed. Maud Tippett, arrested on the same ?' by the same officers, was dis raised. 5 y.t Henry, leaving nuisance on tbe pi perty of Henry Shelton, was re 'r:i^ed. Dayis Walter, for assaulting and Siting Guy Wood, was dismissed. Rid ard Getzberger was released to ap iear on January 3J, 1898. Sight Report.?L?ast night was clear and coo!. Three prisoners and fif teen lodgers were at the station house. 1 .Dismissed.?A young iran gave his name as J. C. Keeley, hailiiig from Chicago, reported to Lieut. Sjnith yesterday evening that he ; 1 been robbed of $10 in tbe bou-e of Sidi- iir.su, on north Lee street, stated that he bad been drink ten he went to the house and was permitted to lie down. When be he discovered that he had been 'of his money. Lieut. Smith, Smith and Policeman Sherwood iha house and arrested Sadie ii Maud Tippett on suspicion of ibery. At the trial this morning _? was developed to show that nen had stolen the money, so thej were dismissed. IN a Fit.?Some excitement tsed noar the intersection of . Royal streets lest uiyht bv : Mis. Harry Kramer, tho latter - re une by a fit of hysteria. It a lifv husband, who was about half a square away, seut for her for the -t ofbaviog au interview coucert; \zi their family jirs. The wife and i mot and proceeded down fcreet, but the interview proving atisfactory the weaker vessel fell in A; (r her recovery she was I io her home by some friends, isband iu tbe meantime having ?ft the Lceue. A Phetty Wkdding.?The mar Mr. Hobt. L. Denvers, of Wask .Miss Heleu L. Miller, of| took place last evening at the rs mage, Rev. J. H. Butler K. Miss Amelia Becker, of - was b;i:em;id aud Mr, Miller, brother cf the bii.io, man. The bride was at a ^uit of brown and carried ses. There was no one present ?relatives of the contracting Aller the ceremouy the hap left for Washington, their fu tlJre home. ?? * -? : kools.?All thesohoolsofthis ic and private, closed this l'r it'gforthe holidays and will re aday, January 3d. Iu many ?ols the teachers were tbe Bts of handsome presents a* to esteem iu which they are held ? !s. The holi iuys at tbe ? neologies! Seminary aud at scopal High School t-lso beuan t thU f > snii ' owning Ground.?The Die tmbia Commits.o-iers have to eluirmau B.bcock, of District committee a modi House bill 2525, providing .vning ground in tbe Dis which the various species of may be raised in separate :- isturbed by each other. Wanted Fireworks. ? int soiuo fheworks for Xmas" ? " ;?? to bis father on King street ??? ? n lot's go to Wm. H. F. Boc'c Ki g s'.rect. They bare i - u 1 cheapest line iu town." m Wey went. and her daughter, Miss Fannie, left here yesterday to spend tho holidays in New \ork. J Mr. Brooke Green, of Warren ton, who passed a very excellent examina | tion at the Naval Academy and has ! since been successfully prosecuting his . studies there, will probably have to re? sign on account of trouble with his eyes. Mr. William Warder is seriously ill ; at bis home on Gibbon street ! Pv C. Acton & So a have pre | sented Chief Eugineer of tho Fire De | partment Pettey with a handsome fire? man s tadge which the chief most I nmhly appreciates. I Senator Mushbach and Delegate Bat l?y:have returned from Richmond to spend the holidays at their homes in this city. Mr. J. W. Talbot has bean appointed night operator at the office of tho Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company in Washington. Mr. J. Hanson Price, who has been quite ill at his home on north Alfred street for the past few days, has con? siderably improved. Mr. Isaac S. Groves and Miss Susis Simpson wore rnarnod iu this city this luorniug by Kev J. H. Butler. 5 J Thk Tannery.?The C. C. Smoot's Sons' tauutry company having trans? ferred most of their active operations from their tannery in this city to those juSperryville, Va., and North Wilkes boro, N. C, several of the employes at the Alexandria tannery, it is under? stood, will be discharged on Saturday, I while some of the others will be given I employment at the other tanneries be- j longing to the company. The Alexan? dria tannery will still be kept in opera- I tion, however, and the principal offics of the company where all its business is transacted will remain here. Meetings of Acca's Shrine.?The great Christmas celebration of the nc bles of Acca Temple of the Mystic Shrine, of Richmond, of which Temple a number of Alexandrians are members, will take place tc-morrow night, and great preparations have been made for the entertainment. An order has been published summoning all the nobles to call tc-day at the office of Poteutate Frank Cunningham to make a contri? bution to the fund, which is yearly iaised to dispense a kindly and gener? ous charity among the poor, the sick, and the indigent. Death of Mrs. Entwisle?Mrs. Mary J. Eatwisle, widow of \V. J. En? twisle, who has been critically ill for some time, died at her home on South Fairfax street, this afternoon. LOCAL BREVITIES. And now the days grow longer again. Trse little five-year-old daughter of i Mr. Samuel Taylor was quite painfully burned on her right arm by falling on a stove while at play at her home on north Fairfax street Tuesday night. On Saturday last a colored woman named Bessie Davis came here from Baltimore and went to the house of a woman named Payne, on north Pitt street, where she asked permission to remain for a few days. Tc-day the Payne woman tried to get her guest to leave the bouse but the latter refused, whereupon complaint was made at tin station house and the woman wan ar? rested as a suspicious character and be? ing wanted in Baltimore. Th i case against the younn mm arrested in Washington ou Tuesday n;ght for throw ii'g a glusi of wbisky at one of the psrformors on tho stage at Kernau's Theatre, was amicv bly settled in Prosecuting Attorney Pugh's otli e at the Poii:o Court iu that i i:y y stor day. The charge was nolle prossod ai d the complaint withirawn on the erudition th.?.t the you;,;; man pay the r.clross if33 for tho darua^r which ws-; dono to her dress. The residence of Mis. Grayson, in Wheat aud ou'er's subdivision, in the northwestern part of the tiiy, was biokcu into last night and robbed of a lot cf silverware and other I valuables. Tbe burgUrs g.-.ined an ontrance to the houso by forcing a transom ovor the front t'oor. and, after sccuiing their plunder, escaped. The roobery was not discovered until thi? morning. Members of Trinity JS. E. Church Fpworth League and all who desire to aid tho puorar* rc(jues;cd to bring to tho church to-ni<ht a pound, penny and potato to be distributed among the poor un ter tho direction of the meicy and h?!p department of Epworili Lo gue. On rhii-tinas morning at (> o'clnck ' another opportunity will bo afforded all who] dosiie to contribute. Thero fcas been received at this office from tho Harvey & ?Vutts Oraimuy of Plijh Itl phiaa s:?rup!o "Wallinckroit'? patent n co- j tine absorbent ami ventilated sm >king pip , ] This is claim d by lovois of the weed t"v bo a j most e'eanly, healthful and, therefore, desira . ble article for a sm -fur's u o, Tho Crittentoa mis?tou at Trinity M E Church is increisiug in interest Tho dis courro last night, from Luke xiT, 44, "And b-j.ng in an asto y be prayed moro ea-neatly," was exceedingly earnest and solemn Mr Crittentoc will bo in ihis city all next w. etc. 0 e of tho police officers to-tby req rested the Mayor to define tho powers of tho several utticors, so that tuoy wond not interfere with o*( h other in the discharge of th' ir respectivo duties. Thn Mayor state 1 that ho would tako tho matter into cou?id :ratlou. The M Schujer Beef Company are offering flue fresh diOrsbd turkeys at 1-h and 13 cts. a pound ; al->o 300 doz/u fresh country eg=;s at 20 cts. a dozen ; Jso fine Malaga grares at 15 cts. a pound, aud line Florida Oranges at foot of lowest pri es The board of trustees of tho Theolugif*1 Seminary have appointed Bisbo.s Kandol ? and Peterkin a conimiltee ti seek for a suit? able person anl notuiuato him for tbepo_.iT n of deau of the nuiversity, to be acted upon at its next meeting. Many shoppors who hal been kept in donra for tho"past lew d?ys o-i account of the in clomout weather went out to-dsj and mad a thoir Christin a purchases, aud the merchants have been kept busy waiting on their custom? ers. A horso belonging to Mr. Wilkini, of Fair? fax (Otiutv, which had br-cn davon from Washington, fell from exhaustion at tho in? fection of King anl Co'umbus streets last night, and remained thorou..ui thisui .ruing. A year's suhscription to the tUaette would hc a Chtistmas proent w rth giv;ng-a daily ortri-weokly leminder of the giver-nut no othor small sum of money could be used moro aavanUgoously an 1 profitably. | A pound party was hold list night at the Methodist Episcopal Church Sou-h in aid ol ? the indigent paor of the city. Tho occasion j ffS, ujsde a picasant one and the party will bo continued to-night. | In the Corporation Court to-day .Mr Frank | E Anderson filed a petition from Joseph 8. ^each in tho su t of Hill vs. tbe Eastern j Flnctric Company. The ?cuouut charge! :s ?77 for hauling. I Mr Ernest Ott >s engaged iu translating for Dr Gatow, od and others in tho medic l sur- j vice of the government the proceed tags of the ; neat medical conference at Berlin last Octn- j bor. i The supply of turkeys, which hvi ran bw, was considerably augmented to-day aud they sold at from 11 to 13c per pound. A marriage license was issued in 'Vashin ton ?st:JrdSy to .1- H. HarroJ and Frances Williams, both of Viruna. Tho market will be open ail day to-morrow and 1be closes on Saturday (Christmas Day) at 9 o'clock. . "gpits" of snow have fallen at intervals dur.ng the day. 10th, 11th and FSts., N.W. Slore will be kept open nights until Christmas. Christmas Cards, Booklets, Diaries and Calendars?First Floor. Improved Holiday Appliances. Additional room, greatly in? creased facilities, broadened aisles, enlarged and rearrang? ed departments, kindred goods on the same floor, improved light and ventilation?every facility suggested by experi? ence, close and careful study and watchful care of our pa? trons' interests has been adopt? ed for their service. Serviceable Gifts Are evidently to play a prominent part this soasou. Wo anticipated and havo prepared for a most extraordinary business in this lino. Tee articles for dress and for other practical purposes, of which we ara showing an un usual'y complete and worthful assortment, are admirably adopted for such gifts. Art and beauty havo, however, entered into their composition to a romarkablo degrco of lato, and the attention of our patrons and the public is now diroctod to the unprecedented preparations we have made for their service the present season. The six splendid elevators, rendered eafj by every modern appliance, make tho upper floors eo easy and quick of access. Selections made now will ba held as ad? vised, and promptly delivered at the spacified time. ' Silverware, Jewelry, Leather Goods, Um? brella, etc., marked froe. Goods boxed or otherwise made more pre? sentable when practicable. Tho public is invi'.ed to freely avail cf all tho conveniences we have providod. The Exposition of Indian Art Wo soon begone. For Chris'.nn3 presents In? dian oddities aro most acceptable. Dozens of pieco3 cf pocu'i'ir Pueblo Pottery aro now of? fered at lulf and less than half tho o:iginal prica. P&-QOODS LELIVKSSD IS AL2S AND&IA. Woodward & Lothrop ioth, i ith & FSts.. p.. w., Washington. D. C. Free ul"diarjre to Sufferers. Cut this out and take it to your drug? gist and get a sample buttle free of Dr King's New Discovery, for Cocsum] - tioa, Coughs and Colds. They do ne:t ask you to buy before trying. This will show you the great merits e>f this truly wonderful remedy, and show you what ein be accomplished by tho regular sizo bottle. This is no experiment, and would be disastrous to the proprietors, .iiei they not know it would invariably cure. Many of the best physicians are now usinc it in their practice with great re suits, and are relying on it iu most sevrre cases. It is guarantee.'. Trial bot tles free at E L. Alleu's Drue ; Store. Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. - m--??>? -?-? M >D?M BALSA MO. Export Palmist, tells Pas*', Present and Ft)tare; can ho con? sulted on r.ll matters uf Life, Lovo, Mer liagcs Pivor.'o a:;d .Business. Ladies ouly. 9'0 KING STSEt-.T, Alosandrb, Va. Hours 10 a. m. to 10 p. m Charges 25c. gdec21 6t_^ ^_ Grove's Tasteless Chill Toni? is a perfect Malarial Li ver Tonic end Blood Puriner. Re moves Biliousness without purging. As pleas? ant as Lemon Syrup. It is as large as any dollar tonic and retails for ~>0 cents. To get the genuine ask for GROVE'S. For sale by CHARLES G. LENNON. Don't be persuaded into buying lini ments without reputation or merit Chamberlain's Pain Balm costs no more, and its merits nave been proven by a test of many years. Such letters as the following from L. G. Bagley, Hueneme, Cal., are constantly beinc received : ?'The best remedy for paiu I bavo ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I say so after having used it iu my fami? ly for several years." It cures rheuma? tism, lame back, sprains and swellings. For sale by J. H. Janney, Drugfci-t, 701 King street. Mrs. Stark, Plcasaut Kidge. O , says : "Af tor two doctors gave up my bjy to dio, 1 sav? ed him from croup by using Ono Minute Cough Cure.'' It is tho quickest and moat certain remedy for c-nghs, colds, and all throat and lung troubles. Charles G. Leuncn. That tired fcoling, wbirh in erpevienccd by so many peopb liriufc in Malarial distric s. can bo cured by taking Grove's Tasteicr-s i hill Tonic, .f>0 cents. Is as p'casant as Lem? on Syiun. To get tho gfxlunk ask for GROVE'S. For sale by CHABLE3 G. LENNON. Mrs M. F>. Ford, Euddell's, 111, suffered for eight yeais from dyspepsia and chronic con? stipation and was finally oared by using De Wittf? Little'Early Kisars the famous little pills for all Etomsch and liver troubles. , harles G. Lrnnon. IF YOU WANT EGG ^?Eggs that are known to be freshly hid, you can get t lem at AND MESON'S, dec23 3t Cor Duke and St. > s^h Sts. IF YOT7 WANT 2PPLES, as fine as ycr. would wish, you can get them at ANDEKSONV, dcc"23 St Cor. D-TnO and St, *saph Sts. ABIT OF NICE CHINA With a Photograph of OLD CHRIST CHURCH, THE CARLISLE HOUSE OR THE MARSHALL HOCSE m fees* beautiful gilt to t-end friends at a distance Did yon know wo hsd it and no one else in tbe country :c Is thi>? Carefully uscked ready or mailing Pricts from 10c |0'?--> * E. J. MILLER & CO , No. 317 King street. BUTTER?Another bij lot of COUNTRY BUTTER in to day. Very fiuo. lSe, 20c and 25c per lb, at AN DSF.SON'S. deo21 3t Cor. Dnko A St. Asaph Sts. N ECETIE3, hacdsoms Biso.-iaeiit, si 2oc "and iOc, latest stylus, at AC. SLAYMAKEB'S. __ _ DRY G OOBS. ^ ^ New Arrival ?OF? Nothing can check the dennnd for l.rigbt. uow, sunshine Toys. Decerubor 21 we ro ceived a wagon load of ( hildreu's Doll Cai riages, they are beautiful, Podsteada, Rocking Chairs, Desks. Wagons, Doll Babies, and other attractive articles'o piepse and make ehi'd r n happy. No old Toys resurrected from a damp cellir that may cause a child to grow up in idleness Dull looking Toys make a dull, stupid child. Handkerchiefs. -Another supply of our all Linon Handker? chiefs. Wo must admit that wo are surprised with the onoinious quautity of Hundkercbiei's sold during tho holiday trade. Aro wo tha only Handkerchief merchant In A lexandria'.' Fargain No. 1. Ladies' All Linen Hem? stitched Handkerchiefs Price 12'fcc. Worth 18c or more. <"ur silos in this number aro simply wonderful. Bargain No. 2. Ladtes' All Lir.cu Hem? stitched Handkerchiefs Price 23c. Worth 40c. In our long expeiienco in business wo can safely say this is a bargain. Bargain No 3 Men's Ail linen Hem? stitched Handkerchiefs. Prico 121feC. Not a particle of cotton in this number and a fast wearer. Bargain No. 4 Men's All Linen Horn? stitched Handkerchiefs. Price 25c. We feel at homo when wo can handle such choice, sheer linen goods. Ladies' and Mea'i Hanlkerchiefs at 5c and 10c. Always a full supply cf popular price goods. Men's Neckwear. Bhown in bea" tiful combinations of all the late co!oriug3. Prices 12V-2C, 25c and 50c. Gloves. Every new coverii g for the hands wo aim to display in large assortments. Hosiery and Corsets. Its impossible for an enumeration of these two full lines of goods. Woolen Underwear. During tho excitement in Christmas busi? ness we never neglect to mention the warmth due the body. Ladie3' Humncor Tests 23c All Wool Backed Mcu's Undershirts and Drawers 50c. Peifumory, Pocket Books, Shirts, Collars, ('nil*'. Hair Brushes, Sweaters, Towels, Eus ponders and a store full of choico Christmas gifts. A large force of ssl-smtn to meet the great, immeuso rush, If you are tiro away, as we aro prepared to re ceive you with a most magnificent 6tock of WINTER CLOrHfNQ for Men or Boys, purchased at anti tariff prices the benefit of wl ich we sro givir g our patrons, MEN'S StTITS in honest sorviccr.b'.e fab? rics, at 54.50, 55 and $6. ALL-WOOL SUITS, well made and nice? ly tittintr, from $7.50 to $15. MEN?dOVERCOATS, unequalled values. from ?3 to SIS. CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS, in j>ll styles of make and gocds, from $1,25 to $G. CHILDREN S REEFERS, regular bean ties from $2 to $5. ROYS' OVERCOATS from ?3.50 to S7.50. CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS from 25c to $1.50. MEN' I SUITS TO MEASURE from $13.50 up PANTALOON'S TO MEASURE froju S4 up. A large stock .1 Gents' Winter Underwear. All goods marked in Plain Figures at the lowest prices. Your money refunded for any purcbaso unsatisfactory. ^arWegivo GREEN TRADING STAMP3 II Lee Field, 01 PRICE CLOTHIER & FURNISHER NO. 304 KING STREET. rij9 lyi AMU9EBIENTS. _ Howard & Leigh's, Tlin KING ?.E MINSTREL SHOWS, With Their Own Magnificent gecnery Will Be at the OPE?A HOUSE Christmas D ay. DECEMBER 25, 1397, MATINEE & NIG HT.. 20?Artists of Baft Ability?20 MATINEE r : 10 & 35 CT'. N OH T r 15, 25 ? 35 CTS. Benefit of Alexandria Gymnasium. Seats reserved at Warfleld's Drag Stoie. r".oc2j. 4t -WANJCET^_ -yyANTED. ttOOD RELIABLE GIRL. to. <to general housework in privat0 family.?3425 EJ,oI? mend avonne, Washington, D. C. dec21 3t Turkeys! Turkeys! I want my patrons aud the public to knc? that I have bought a large number of T?R? KE YS raised ?i a fars below Man.s?s, Wflioh aro to be DRESSED AND DRAWN. r-',d -hipped here in time to be oil't-rtd for sale Xniis Eve. PEH Ei LOW. E. M. Anderson, Cor. Duke and St. Asaph St:eot3. de. 21 3t_ Cut this OUr.?the MATRIMONIAL BUIiE-'.D basopened r?uiri3at the Pacific Building, 622 ar;J 024 F s?, a. w. Washing ti a, D. C.. ccoond fluor, rooms 01 and 22; prlvato jntei fiews at cS -e. $1; residence, S2; no publicity, strictly co fident al; those wish? ing to become members by letter will enclose SI and stamp dcc20 3\" GROCERIES._ Finest in the City Cheap Turkeys For a Xmas Dinner. JUST ARRIVED. Come and Inspect Them. c. i ras i co. COR. DUKE AND FAIRFAX STS A Few Items OF INTEREST TO CHRISTMAS SKOPPEES. NOTHING adds to tho dross liko a NICE RING. WE H AVE THEM In groat variety and at extremely LOW PRICES. From tho 50c BABY bing to Lho j VALUABLE DIAMON 0 SULITAIBE. WATCHES. Wo havo an unusually large stock of Watches from the WATEEB?RY at $2.50 to the UNMATCHABLE GRUEN PRECISION WATCH with a world-wido reputation as a time keeper. Havo You Scon Our Stock of LINK CUFF BUTTONS? All shapes, siz;a and styles, froe& tha 50c VARIETY to the rich and handiome DIA Mond links BRACELETS In large variety, from the TINY LINKS for Baby to tho MASSIVE ONE?, Tho largest stock of STICK PINS wo havo ever shown at 25c to $25. SILVEE NOVELTIES, CUT GLAS?, SIL PHITED WAEF, CLOCKS, ETC., In endltu variety and at the lowest po:siblo prices. YOU aro always welcome. You aro not obliged to buy. Come and soc tho pretty things. aSrPEICES AND QUALITY GUARAN? TEED. ENGRAVING FREE.-SBfc R. C. ACTON & SON. __006 KING STREET._ Christmas Specialties CANDIES. We Lave a largo stock. Hundrods of pounds i sold and hundreds to sell. OUR EO:S MiJvTUBE Oc pcr pounl. 03E'H BON EONS 10c per pound, or 3 pounds for 25c, BEST EROKEN STICK CANDY lOo por pound, or 3 pounds for 25.\ CHOCOLATE CREAMS, 12Jc per pound, or 2 pounds for 25c. 1 pouud of our BE:T MIXED CANDY, iu funcy boxes; 9i, pei box. BEST QiTAL'TY MIXED NUTS 10 cents par pound (our own mixtnro). MINCE MEAT 6c por pound. CALIFORNI SEEDLESS EAISIN3 8c. LARGE MCSCATEL RAISINS 8e. BEST LEGHORN CIPR3N 12k. LARGE BLACK PRUNES Gc. Just received from Clear Spring Dairy 500 pounds CHOICE ROLL BUTTER at 23c por pouud. i A big reduction in CHOICE WINE?, LIQ UOES, BRANDIES, etc., (or the holidays. SWEET CATAWBA WINE 75c a gallon. FINE OLD CALIFORNIA fcHEERY $1.50. FINE OLD SHERRY WINE, imported, $2 50. FINE OLD PORT WINE $2 50. BEST COOKING BRANDY $2. Thrco year-old RYE WHISKY $2. Three year-old HANNISVILLE oo. $3. FINE OLD PEACH and APPLE BRANDY $2.50. FINE OLD NEW ENGLAND BUM $2.50. VIRGINIA CLARET 25c por quart, or $2.50 per docen. Wm. P. Woolls & Sou, Royal and Wo', fo streets. Fairfax and Qucon and Queen and Henry street', !MERRY CHRISTMAS! Kriss EringiVa Disiritatiii? Station, THE ECONOMY GROCERY, 900 KfNG STREET. CORNER ALFRED. Bacquct and Luncheon Novelties, Fine Candies. i>,nse:rvetl Fruit, Raisins, Nuts and Figs. French and California Brandy, Scotch-Irish Pure Eyo and Bourbon Whiskey, New England, Medford and Jimsiea Rnm, Holland Gin, Port & Sherry. Sweet and Dry Oatawba (BrightCanary Co'.O'.} ?1 per gallon ? EGGNOG ? -till holds i:s p'ace as the favorite Christmas brew. Ono gallon of excellent quality can bo mcde from the following proportions: Ten pgss, one and one-ha'f pints of whisky, one half pint of rum, three quart3 of milk and one-half pound of powdered s^gar. Break tho eggs and separate the whites from the yolks; beat the yolks until they a?o llg&iC ! add tho powdercl sugar a^d tnoron^hly dis J solve; now porr the liquor slowly, cor.- j stattly sUmiiK the while. then let it sts?*l con ^.innte3 so that the liquor will c?ok tho eggsVtnrn in the miik gradn^jy, still stir riDR. and last of all Incorporate the whiles whipped to a stiff froth. If bottled, well corked ?nd placed in a cool place it will kesp for a month in prime condition. When serv? ing sprinkle a little grated nutmeg over tho top cf each glass call FOB YOUB. TBaOING STAMP3. HOLIDAY GOODS. WE GIVE GREEN TM'iVGSTAHPS. THE oliday Rush I S ON! We were never better prepared to serve you. Twenty-five compe? tent sales people at our Toy Bazar, and twenty-five at our Dry Goods store. Special bargains at both stores every day this week. -:0: D, f III T1 S" IJJli o 5 No. 316 KING ST, tSf*Ramsay Sells the Best. Fancy Fruit, 25 boxes Sweet Florida Oranges and 10 bbls Tinted Malaga Grapes FOE SALE BY 6. W. Ramsay. 2900 LBS. AMERICAN CANDY T Cheap at RAMSAY'S. HOLIDAY GOODS. FOR XMAS? This is the question of the day, but a visit to ISAAC EICHBERG & SON'S will easily, delightfully and economically answer it. Remarkable bargains in our Cloak De? partment. Also a fine lot of La? dies' and Men's Umbrellas. ISAAC EICHBEBG &S0N. HOLIDAY goods. mm What is more appropriate, more acceptable or more useful than a musical instrument ? A Piano, Organ, JEolian, Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo, Regina Music Box, Autoliarp, etc. Anything from a cent whistle to a $1,500 Grand Piano, or a $10.000 Church Organ. BEST MAKES, URGES! STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. We will take your old piano or orsfan in trade. Special bargains in PIANOS and ORGANS of most every make, that we have taken in exchange. Prices range from $25 to $225. Sold for cash or on easy monthly payments. All goods delivered in Alex- . andria without extra cost. Store open evenings till af? ter the holidays. Santas & Stayman, 1327 F st. N. W., Washington. Percy S. Foster, Mgr. Baltimore store, 13 north Charles street. N. B.?Geg. B. Kew-I V, 323 south Fairfax ^r<jL vL> KJ'J is our cashie^^, ftfj.;; ?J*r an.! Glass. 1 no. 317 king street,