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TUE3DA7 EVENING. JAN. 2, 1900
LOOAL MATTERS. -nn riaes tomorrow at 7:33 a. m. and 8 ta at 4.43. High water at 6:37 a. m and 7 06 p. m. -?-???? A BATHKR r-ROBABIUTUW.?For tbirt section fair ttll Tbursday ; not aoao'd Thur - d*y ; fresh to briak wwt to soutbwitt winds. Dkcidkd Againbt the Columbia ? In thu Uui ed rftates C >urt thia morn ing in tbe caae of the \Vaahington Sleatabjat C >uipany va. tbe Waabing tou ao i Noifjlk Sleamboat Compaoy Judge Waddlll reudered a deciaion die mi-aing the libel agaiDSt the steamer Newporl No?Jf and aaaeaeing the coats againat the lioeliaot, tbe WaBbicgton Btoamboat C>mp*ny. The caae grew ou ol a coIIihoo between the terry aieamet Cjlumbia and tbe Norfdk ttoauei Nawport Newa during a fog oil gnepberd'a1 betw eo tbia city and Wtab iogton m september, 1897 Tbe judge |a aaodiog down bia opinion naid: 1. Tnat tbe libellant baa failed to ea lahiiab tbe fact of the existence of a OOatom for ateamera deaceading the Potomac, beiaeeii Waahiugtou aud Al.xandiia, to take the Maryland in s;. ?dof tbe Virginiasideof thechannel. 2 Tnat the Cilumbia, at the time ot ...<j oolUaton, waa uavigaling the wrorg side of tne chauael, and tbat, in addi lion, it cbangtd ita courae, without aa eertaiaiag the looatloa in the fog of tbe MOoadio| .-deamer. the Newport Newa, oyb ofa tiei'.ly mcreaaed the chaocea of colliainti. 3. Tu tt the preponderauceof the tv deoce ahowa the Columbia and not tbe Nowporl Newa to hive otherwiae been iu fauk iu ciuaiog the colliaion, and tnat tberelore tbe libellaut caunot re cover. A decree diimiaaiog libal with coats will be entered. Ukv. J. E. Thacker'8 Call ?Tbe foliowiag ia tak?u liom tbia week'a Christian Onserver: At a lueetiug of tln rougregatlon of the Socond Pnobyterian Chuich of Norfo k cn Dotamber 13aaaMbDoaa oal waanndefor tbe pastoral servaes ot J.'ev. J. Ernett Thack er, ot Alexeudna, Va. Thia church haa just Oomplotod au extensive imtirovcmant and t li eOMOl of its church builling, havirg :t 1 e l a aow gran.ts front and t >wer, and en lixly rnivued tbe tnterior. It is greatl; en .iHk!?d to btltoTO that with the new yenr t m man ol its choico wil. mter upon h'sdu ; h i.nght anticipatioos of auch develoi - in , t ii 1 ^.r .wth that iu a shoit tiau it will ia * witb the ttronger of our south r.i ctiur htr. Tbough ljug without a pootoi abl io g re bood to the flock, aLd tlepeadeU to a gieti extaat upou the aei vices of Dra. Strick ler, MOi r . Ei.giirb and Johnsoti of Union Bomiuaiy, each of wiiom has prcached to rhj eoogregatMM wneiuvor posaible, thochnr h haogrowB itroag, kep4 tovether iu pirfec: baimooy, nud Ia uow re?dv to receive the iull intM>uro of I losaiug wbich it i3 believed (i,d n., io stt-ro for it. To the plate of t ie laie pattor, f'aithful unto death, it W 1 coiiio* tbe new c ?; ;.'.J1 ei....:.^o38 and a miud to the work. Tmk Weathkr and the Rivkr.? M ibj peoplo thought that last nigbt waa ttie OOideat of the winter becauae a atifl breeza was blowing, but tbey were mis takeu, aB the mercury fell to only 10?. whereas ou tiaturday nigbt it toucbed ?4?. Tnt nver, however, frcze over ?olidly aod today but few of the Ptearo eraare running aud the ice ia from 3 to 5 iocbea tbick on tho Potomac, wbi'e on tne pood- io thia viciuity the ic? baa been cut 8 inchea thick. The Nor folk ateauicr arrived tbia morning about an hour la'e. Tne lower river and Mt. Vcrnou ateamera have been with drawu and only one ferry boat, the Cjlumbia, is runniug and ahe maktF but irugular tripa. Tbe steamer Ea telle liindall atarted tUH morning lor Maianall Hall, but when near Fort Waabiugton ahe became blocked in the |00 and uc8iatanie waa telephoned for. The Harty Raudall waa seut from Waabiugton to her relief. Thk ( hkistmasCklebration at the M. hj C.iurcu, ekiuth, laat uight, wae a moat i)le*eing one. It was ditlerent Ia character from thoae previoualy beid. In ,.d : t-ii. to tbe carols, recitationa &c , by liie acboiara, tbe amount realizrd wae$;5ti.81 wnich will go toward the purcna.-e of a new library caae for the scbool. Tbe entertaiomont waa very eujoyable throughout, among the num bere apecially worthyof note, were tbe eoloa by Btaaie Talbert and E hel Gnuie-, p auoaelection by Miaa Aatryke audr'cttation hy Maater Tboa. Burke. Mr. Tooum- Netherland gave a eelec tiou irotu ''Ben Hur" in hia ueually ef fective niauuer wbicb waa keenly en jo\.;d by the old folka aa well es the youi g, Tbe only preaeotation made duru.g the evening waa to the paator, R. v. E. V. Rege-der, by Mr. W. H. May oo hehalf of 16 of the members, it waa a eiiver oll-riug, in fac' 16 to 1. R E. Lkk Camp.?The rpgular montluy meetirg of R. E. Lee Camp t' Mifedarata Velerana waa beid at their tiuli ia-l uiuhl with a large attendanc^ of inemnera, (jmmander A 0. Wyckofl preaiditik!. Gtncral order No. 1, fioru Grand Cj?inander Stiih B illiog, waB read, aaautniog command ol tbe G'and 0_mp and anuouncing the membeis of bieatatl. The camp by a a_oiaaoai va'.ertcommeuded Paet Commander W. A Baool ior tbe po-ition of A^aietant loapaetOI Q ueral for His dietru". Tl?e Ho??iU?a appoioted to make anan^' - ali,r-n s lor theproparobaorraaot o' Gen, HL7e. Lea'a l.uihday, January 1!>, r< Kt>rted proffraar. Bron/k llEDAL?Mr. Louia KiMl ba-i it > ived, tbroogk the German An - Emm loi it Waabli g on, a baodno i e broi z i oit-dal, m ?de from the guna ca? - tured bj tbe Gctruan army from the Freocb ia tbe wac of 1870. Mr. Kratl; jsa viiltrao of il.at war and tive >e*ra taaWai praaool iu Germauy at the 25th aoDU-d reoaioa of hia regiment. A medal, uccompatiie.i by a diploma, haa been i-rued by order of the Germau goverutnent to all ihe veterana of tbe war of 1S70 jj i), c.?The regularmontbly tneet ing of the Mary Caatia LseCbapter was held i bia morning at Lee Camp Hall with a lar<e atteudance. Applicationa for mem ierahip were received from aeveral ladiec Manv subjects of inter | eat to tbe Uui'ed Daugbteia ol the C>o federacy were diacuaaed and much ir tereat waa mauileated in the growtb of tbe chapter and its maoy deedaof char I i y to old Confederate soldiers. 1 ' ? * oa>?-?? I The Best FrcMcription for Chllla I_i pAqM ia a bottlo of Gaovx'a TASTKLKaa iu a Ultt'l- rorm. No cure-uo pay. 60c I Sira doosn't indicate quality. Beware of tMaltatloil an! M'ltbless i>alve offered for SSSmuVW-chUaaelBalve. DeWitt i, the jlonly or KHial. Aujafalbble curo for pdes ILud all tluu (' U. 8. iJuvRT.?Judgc Edmund Wad dill presiding.?lh* *rand jury witb (,'ji, Terrenre McCrncken, of Fred ericksburg, aa foreman, returned tbe folliwing : W. F. Bell, erabezzling poatal funda from the poatofficeat Exmore, Nortb auiptoo county; a true bill, aud the caee waa tranaferred to Norfolk for trial. Auguatua Doraey, colored, for rob hing the poatoffice at Lovettaville, Loudoun county, a true bill, and tbe caae waa Bet for ir al on Tbursday. Peter F. Reed for violating pension lawa and Wm. Wright for violating penaion lawt; true billa and caaes trana? ferred to Norfolk for trial. Tbe graod jury waa adjourned till tomorrow morniug at 11 o'clock. The petit jury waa called and ad jourued till tomorrow. Waabington Steamboat Company, Limited, va. Steamer Newport Newa, in admirbltv; decree bolding plaintifl'a ateamer Cjlumbia in fault and not ec litltd to recover damagef; lihel euit dia miaaed with coat lo pl*iotifJ. The case of Howard Owens, aliaa Capt. F. C. Ward, charged with im peraouatiug an aimy oflicer, will be beard tomorrow. * __ ? Personal. ? Mies Lucy Douglaa, daughter ol Mr. J. 8ydney Doumlas, ol tbia city, ia viaiiing relatives in Warren ton. Miaa Ola Verdon, of Alexandria, who haa been attendiog tbe bolidaya witb Miaa Ida Wooding, returned Monday eveuing.?[Frederickeburg 8tar. Mr. and Mra, George Ubler, at their homeon Cameron street laet night, very cbarmin.ly entertained a number cf their inendp. Miaa E zibetb Aatryke left todey for Ricbmonti to virit relativea. CiptainJobn E-kridga, of the ferry line, ia aeriouely itl at bia bome in Waahington. Captaio J. Henry Beach, who baa been quije aick for the past week, ia improving. Miaa S*rab Howard delightfully ec tertaintd a numb?rof her frienda at ber home, on uorth Waahington atree', laat night. Progreaniva euchre waa played and tbe ;ir z*a were wou by Mij* C ia: lotte B'ackburn and Mr. William Faulkne'-. Mra. O. A Kimmelt and daughtera, of Baltimore, who have been apendiog tbe bolidayi with Mra. J. T. 8tooe, have returned bome mucbto the regret' of their many frienda here. ? (>MCK tJOUBT.?Mayor beorge L Simpson pre#iding.?Th*- foilowmg taei a were diapo?ed of tbia morning : Martba Rice, colored, charged with diaord. riy conduct, was tintd $2 50. E_M Poindexter, Eva Tate aud 6usie Tate, all colored, arreated on the aame cbarge, were diemiaaed. Night Report.?l^aat mght waa cliar and cold. Tbirteen lodger.-* were at tbe atatiou hou-;e. The Gazette.?With Saturday'a ia-ue ibe Alexandria Uazette cloaed ia one hondredtll volume. During it8 an ire exiateuce it baa been in tbe hands of the Snowden lamily. The Gazutte ia one of our moatvalued exchauger. It ia ably edited and deala with the queationa of tbedav fearleaaly aod with a maeter's b*nd.?[Frederickaburg Star. CORPORATION CotjRT.?.fudge J. K. M. Norton presidinu.?EV.ZBi R. Dait garftald vj. Eupoemia N. Daingertiel ; decree allowing commiH-i<n;er to accepi < fl r of J. W. Hammond & Sou ol $3,000 for wh*rf propertv on Ur ion street, betwten Cimeroo and Queen. The Military Roap Case ? Tb. tirue of the C iuuty C <urt was occupied today in heantigarguim uta in tbe mili ;ar\ ro.ul c^ae, wbicb ca-e hn8 been be fore thecourt sinceTueaday laat. With out concluding the caee court adjourt, ed until tomorrow. TO CUKK A COLO IX ONE DAY Tnko Laxative Bkomo Quinine Tableth All iin.'ii.-ii r.fund the money if it (aiis to cure. E W. Ubove'b signaturo on each box 25c. __ LOCAL BREVITIES. A mepting of the Hydraulion Rngine Com pony ?fi)l bj h>ld tonight for tboelcction af ifficerr1. The City Treasurer's oiti-o toiay paid out $5,.riO'> on accaaat of tbe Janu .ry inteiett on the city debt. At a cmcert to be given ?t the Opera Houbc on the 23d inntaut \lr. Clifford A V> iley, of New Yoik, wi I a_i g. Julian Y Wiilwmp, whlle tka'ing on the Cove yesterday ev.-mug, broke throngh the ice and narrow y estaped drowning Jio w?8 laataad by MTatal 'r.ends. Mrs. F.ollo Henry, widt.w of Rollo Henry. fell on tlio pavtinent, i.e .r hor h( ine on nortb ? c lumbus -tr.it. last Frilsy evoning and badly sprained htr hip, beeides Bttstainiog otber injur.es. fcho was atteud by Dr. Julian T. Miller. Justice of tho Poace Waltf r Varney has ie -ui .1 a warrant for tbe arrest of Ben Johnaon, h rjaident of Alex^n ria, wh) issuspicted by tie county atithoriths of waylaying and iob Uing Wiliiam fccheibel ncar Four Mile Bun a few di?ya ago. 't ia understood that an ainicabl*) ariange moni ha< been rachedby >-ll concemed bv wbich tho Me-ssra. Bmoot wili I e allowed to u-e tlu->ou:h-rn Balway awitch on Wilkes -me' bctween Pitt and 8t. Asapb, when it is necessary for tbe;r business. Frank Hayc, a young aon of Warden Tim othy Hajes, of tho city jail, while pl^ying in the kit^hen of hia father'a raaidenee on 8at urd<y niitht 80(i lentally n:--rt a kettle of tx>i noj wati r, and waa painfully Imrned abont tb -um- it <i sherjldera Dr. Miller rcndered tuol'. ; I ?ld lho Krodoiick Dou>Liafl Lit rary As o ia lion, i o.i t ?'. '!? baa i iglit in t.ieir aimual reuuion. A coiumltee waa appointed to pro te-t agaiust the pa-a-go of the propoaed con stitt.t ouai cor vention to rcitrict mffrago and the pa9?ago of t ,o "Jim Ciow" car law. Theollienil minwhosebody was takon t>themorgue in Wi-shington liat 8*turday morulug alter bo had been asphyxiated with blaminatuig uas iu an E atreot 1 :dging house haa been ldotitirb d hb Judge Willismi 8 Fip pin, of Memi iiia. Teun., aod a brotber of the niH'oi of that city. Tbe youug peoplo of t^ie Se'ond Preab' tenan t'burch, w t i which Bev. J F. Thack or baa j.iat scvcrjd paitoral relationr, wid give an entert* aiuent >t iheir church bulid ing tonight wkich will le iu the natureof a rtception and farewell serviee. A pnvtatnnio appropriate to tbe occasion will be presouted. He Fooled the Surgeone. All doctors told Reoick Hamilton, of Weat Jefleraon, O., after auflering 18 ujontbs from Rectal Fistua.be wou'd die unleas a coatly operation waa per formed; but he cured bimeelf with five boxea of Buckleu'a Arnica Salve.tbe aureat pite cure on earth, and tbe best Salve ia the world. Oaly 25c. a box. Sold by E. S. Leadbeater & 8)ns, Druggi8te._ Loyt',?Bdwren 60H Cameron ttreet and 407 otr.h Washmgtoa street.aU AND soMK hHAWL with ailk embroidery and finae gutible reward for its rotum to Rev BFBBYMAN GKEES.407 north Wash lng on street. _<*ec30 3t PBIME SOFT F1G8 10c, 12c and 16c per pouad at J. C MILBCB2P8. The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyapeptics whoee 8'omach and Liver are out of order. All t-uch ahould know tbat Dr. King'sNew Life Pil1-, the wonderful StomBch and Liver Remedy, aivea a apleodid appetite, aound diueation and a regular bodily habit that inauree per fect heabh and great energy. Only 25 cente at E. 8. Leadbeater & Sons' drug store. .aiO?? Ladies, clean your Kid Gloves with La Belle Glove Cleaner. For aalo only by Mrs. C E. Bradley, 414 King streot. Headqaar tera for Eid Gloves and all tho lsteat noyel tiee in fiue millinery and fancy goods. G. H. Appleton, Jostice of Peace. Clarks bnrg. N. J., aays -DeWitt'* Little Early Bi: ersare the btat pi.ls made for constipatiou. We ose r.o otheri," Quickly cure for all liver and bowel trouble. To Cnre Conattpatlon Forever. Take Castarets Candy Catlmrtic. 10c or28c. UC-CC fatl to cure. druecif-ts refund mooof. The modern aud most efle't've cnre for constipation and all liver tnu; ?*?tbe fv raons little) pi la known aa Itt^ tt'i Little Kaily Biaera monetarTaniT oommkroial New York, Jan. 2.-The st ck market opened higher aud geoerally str >mrer There wassome iireguianty in tho m..rement of prioe?, however. The general 1*1 enjoyed a irattonal limprovement. The a-lvance in suaar toward 11 o'clock waa abarp but it was on comparatively amtll sales Alexandrla Mark. t Jan. 2 There ia nothing to report in the grain market, tho offerings continuing light while pricea rema'n unchangtd. (oui.try produce is in fair demand at quotatioua. Baltimore Cattle Market, Jan. 1.?Swine. ?Bec ipts for tne week wtrd 12,158 head agtiust 11,600 head laat week. The mar? ket was act vo aud higher. We quote far Western kogs at 5c per lb ; those from nearby poinu $4 75a4.90 per 100 lb* gross; pigs 4*4 a4^c ; roughs 3;^h4c pcr lb. 8h ip and Lanibs-Becoipts wua 2.40?J head agaiuat 1,77b* head !ast week , 9 car l.adsonthe maiket. Hheep dull and slow. We quote : 8heep, comnnn t > g >od, 21fca4c ; good wetheia 4"^c pei lb. laiuba ac'.ivd anei higher. Lambs, cc-mmoii to grod, 41?2?6%c per lb; extra were a bliadu higher. Caivea?Mt-rket acPvc and huhr at G^a 7c per lb; extra veals a shadu higher. DRY GOODS. Until Further Nntice Store Will Cloae at 5:30 p. m. i 10th, 11th aod FSts., N. W. The New Year Btvti tho Spring Mercbandisirg and begins a serica of daily store evarH which will be moroor hsi InUn-ating to tbe shopping pub We have reeaiyed atvaaca fpriig _? ?oitatleaa. and we havo been cd'ettiig rstt lall of st ch goulsas rouH bo bad ut.dtr ex tiiordinar/ couditioi.e of ebeefaeti Tbe Ttriities wili surpiise ard p'easc. Thra are auufUBl buyiLg opportun tles iu Jjunsry. WEDNESDAY JANUABY 3-Our Annuai J inuar> 8ale of Ircnch Nain?ooV. Cwmbric and 8wis^ Embroiderio?, EdjdnKS and Inaer tions to matcb, and the latest Novclty Bobes, All-OTer', and Floancinga. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8 -Our Annua' Jauuary 8aleof Mm'aand Buys' Uulautdtr ed 1,'rcSi and Nigbi 8hirts. WEDNESDAY, JANUABY 3-Onr firat showing of tjpriog of 1900 High-claes lm portcd Co'tm Pross F?bnc?, in-luding Kx quisiteFmbroidered Mou?selinedi< boic, Poult do Hoie, D mitie Sutin Bsye, Bnt't) Fril liante, Mouesiliue a Pois; al<o Frcuch Cha'lis 8dk-3tripe Bayadere, aud ctbora. THUB8DAY, JANUABY 4-Oor Annual Jauoary fcaleof Wcnun'a and Ctildreti's Mu? lin and (tiubric Underwesr, Corsets, 8ilk Petticoats, and Chil lren's Frock'. THE ANN0UNCEMENT8 today are but the beginning of many that will fo low on another rapidly in the daysjust coming. DIABIES FORiyOO-Dainty little leatb er-back ones for tbe shop.irig-bag or pocket; Hudnesa Diaries, and BMM of ditforont stylea and sortB?20c to $1.35. CALENDAB8 FOB 1900 rro ehown in great variety?odd, uuique, and prtt'y dc sigos?7c to 85c, ? -.O: ^AY-GOODS DBLIVERED IN ALBXAN DRIA. Woodward fo Lothrop, ioth, nth & F Sts., n. w? Washington, D. C. Sleighs! Sleighs 1 HAVE PLENTY OF THEM. From 50c to $2.00. 8EATE 8TBAPS 5c per pair. R. E. KNIGHT, 621 KING STBEET. ,*?-SHEET MFSIC ALWAY8 ON HAND _AT 10c PER COPY._ Mrs.O. F.CARTHR AND Miss REBECCA RAMSAY, TEACHEB8 OF PIANOFOBTE. 8TUDK>, 311 South Washington Stroet. janl lm_ KIPPEBED HEKBINO just received by J n ?11 BUBN. MILD CBEAM CHEE8E lnat reeeiTod by J.O M1LBURN The Palais Roya -_> _? (TOMORROW) MOTHER'S FOUR BARGAINS $1.59 for the $2.00 braid-trimmed Serge Drrsses, lined thro ught. Sizes 6 to 14 years. 25C for the Child ren's 39c Knit To ques in plain colors. They look and feel as cosy as can be. 39C for Children's 50c Garmeiits?Can ton Flannel Drawers and Knit Leggins. AH sizes, 22c for Baby's 25c Eiderdown Caps and 29c lor Boys' extra strong Canton Flan? nel Drawers. The Palais Royal, G and 11th streeta, Washington. Chriatmasa period of bliss. A ohild re ceiv ng it-> little offering of aome bngbt Toya on Christmis mcrning feels tbe first degree of happineaa. DOLL8. Stock of Polli immenae. Pricts low. Dolle are beautifal and look like angel*. I Dreseed Dolli with real hair. Prico 5c. Dreased Dollf, bandsome dreasiug, with real hair, movable arms and feet Prico 26c. Kid Dolls, real hair, sl.oea and stockings. Price 25c , , ' Kid Dolls, banditome aad alinost inde stroctable Prioe fl. Biequo Polla in s< veral grades. Pxioea 25c, 50o, 75c, $1 and $1.50. Large siae Dolia of wonderfal beauty. Prke $2 50. Extra large siae Dolls of exqaieite fine -p ptarance Price $4. The worth of tbe last mentioned doll Is $5 50. A goneral aaeortment of Dolls at 10c, 15c, 25c 35c, 50c and 75c. Onr entire etock of Dolls is this seaaon's pnrchase. Don't neglect a viait to onr eatablisbment before the cloeing of Christmaa and inspect the beautiful Dolla displayed. The hand. lomest faced Dolamade. Tbe work ofex pert Doll srtists with wonderfully low pricea. 0HBI8TMA8 SILK HANDKEBCHIEF8. 8ilk Handkerchcfa in all grades. Whit ? 8ilk Handkorcblef? lead in popnlarity and make grand Chrislaiis preaenta. Pricea 50c and up. CHBI8TMAS H08IEBY. Our stock of Hosiery ia very large to ineet all demands daring the Christmaa basineas New hosiery p ays an important part in tbe general flne appearance of our well dressed people daring i'hiirtuns transformation. Boys' and Girls' chriatmai Hoeiery. al] siaea. Price 10c. Boys* aud Girl.i' extra quality t'briitmn Hosiery, all siae-e. Price '..'5c Ladies' Black Hernndorf llone, all aiaes, Pr ce 12 V. mak.ug a aeueible preseut to the ln?:ky wtar.-r. Ladies' Blaik Heim dnrf Hese, all eieca. Price 25c. A grand preseut aud one of real worth Men's Black and Tan Half Hnae in great qnantlty. al! slsei. Pr ce 12V- A aa? stantiitl and accej ttble glft. Everything in the way of Toya for boys and girls is here dispHyed in groat quantity. Our entiie liue of bri^ht toys ie new, pretty and with low price. CHRI8TMA8 GL0VE8. We aupply every shape of Glovea for the hand. A Uige ?t?k of Christmas Gloves for m -n, boy-i. Kirls aud tmall childran. Price* 10c to $150. CHBI8TMAS LINEN HaNDKEBCHIEJS It requires a bi_ stock of Linen Handker rhiefs to supply t -:e Kreat demand dcring the > losing day-i of a tne?.?ful Cbrismaa basinea*. We bave made preparatiou to meet a 1 call ers from every stctim of tbe city seeking pricea from 5c to 50c. CHBISTMA8 NECKWEAB, Our array of ricb, boautifal patteras of etrictly modern made Mon's Neckwoar. Nov elties predomin' te duriig the < hriatinas rc joicing. Pricea 25c, 50c and 75c A large force of extra stdesmen to receive the graad ( hrittnua ru-h. l.< t the children have tbe new sunahine TOYS. C. M ADAMS. J 411 Kiuu Btreot Xmas Goods ?at? French's Bookstore, 417^419 Kingstreet. Don't Miss Our Holiday Display. Corae in and aee how satisfactory Christ* nias shopping can be made ; how well we can flli yonr wants, and how far we can make yonr money go. Fine Leather Gcoda, Cntlery, Opera Glaasea Fountain Pena, Decks, Ladiea' Writing ? aaea in all the new leathcrs, Gold Pena and Pencils, Comb and Brtiah Caoes, Pockotbooks, Card ? aaea and Trareling Baga, Imported Novelties in Art China. Theoe beautifu! goods must bo seen to be appreciated. Tojs, Chilfa's Picture Books and TreeOrnaraenta iu great variety. BIBLES PBAYEB BOOKS and HYMNAL8 and Miacelltneoas Gift Books in boaoti. fol bindlnga. XMA8 CABDH, BOOELETS AND CAL ENDAB8. Robert W. French. STRAWBERRY CREAM Ftom Froah Fruit. Dally. deo?0 3t L.BHUIIAJI. GROCKRIE8._ tm*Ram?ay SdU the But. The Weather for Mince Pies. Atmore's Best Mince Meat 10c a pound at RAMSAY'S. 25 boxes Grimsby Bloaters, FINE LABGE FI8H, Just receiyed by G.WM.RAMSAY Very Fancy Imported Cluster Raisins. G.WM.RAMSAY. NEW CROP Ms of all Kinds. JD8T BECE1VED BY G.WM.RAMASY. 23 BBLS. FINE MALAGA GRAPE8. anges CHEAP AT RAMSAY'S. NEW CROP. 700 LBS. NICE SOFT FIGS cheap;by G.WM.RAMSAY. DBY QOODB, ~ Blankets and Comforts TJNDEBWEAfi, H08IEBY, &c. -:0i KID GLOTES for ladies in Uns or'grey, lace orclaap. War* ranted, 9 L GENTLEMEN'b DBE88 GL0VE8, inldrew.ed or undreaoed kid, silk linod or unlined. NECKTIES, IMPEBIALS PuffsorBows. The latest tt 25c.and 50c o?ch. A few 50c Tock Scarfa to ciooo out at 39o oach. HANDKERCHIEF& Gentlemen'a Hematitcbad Handkerchiefs, linen or silk. Ladies' Handkerchiefc, embroidered or plain hematitcbad, at 5c, 10c,.12 V and 25c oach. UMBBELLAP. Haodsome line at all prioas. GENTLEMSN'8 8U8PENDEB?, Fancy webb, at 25c aod 50c. Suspendors, ?ilk webb, in boxee, at 60c. TABLE CLOTHS, fringed in red and white, and red and.'green dtc, at 60c, 76c and 85c oach. Oil Boiled at fl 25, f 1.50, 91.75 and 92. Tablo t lotha, fringed, puro linen, in plain white, also red and blne borders, at $1.25. Table Ciotha and Napkin Beta. Table Cloth Pattarns. Chenillo Table Covera at 29c, 76c aad 91.76c oach. BUBEAU AND WA8H8TAND 00VEB8 at 20c, 25c, 29c, 39c and 50e each. PILLOW 8HAM8 AND BUBEAU 8CABF8 in App'.ique, at 25c and 60c oach. LAOE CUBTAINH, Curuinettes and Scrims, in pretty^deaigns. A. C. SLAYMAKER, 439 Klnf Sarooi, ? ?:? Aloxandiia, Va. BRIW^__ | ;_DRYGOODS 20 per ct. Discount ON ALL FANCY ARTICLES. In returning thanks for the generous pa tronage given us in the holiday season, we desire to announce to all who have received money to invest in remembrances of4the sea? son that we will give during the week 20 per cent. discount on all fancy articles. Now is the time to buy articles of value at a saving of one-fifth. This applies to Pictures, Vases China of all kinds, Bricabrac, Sterling Silver, etc., etc. One price. Tackett & Marshall. ?unrrwi.-' u.-L"r:_?_K_i.i_v _KAUFMANN'8 8TORBS._ |_KAUPMANIT8 8TORE8. KAUFMANN'S Gi^antic Stock-taking Sale. _/%<%%%%%%%*%%%'%%*'*' A HAPPY NEW YEAR ! Shoes, boots, men's and boys' suits and overcoats, ladies' golf, astrakhan and plush capes, ladies' and gents' furnishings, blank ets, quilts, trunks, satchels, hats, caps, etc. In every department the knife has been placed. Sale begins Thursday at 9 a. m. ______ STORES, 400 & 402 KING STREET. DRY GOOD8._|_^^J^ZL00009'_-_ MCIBEKffS REDUCHON SALE. A sweeping reduction sale in every department throughout the house in anticipation of rebuilding our store. We are ot. fering duriug this sale Lace Curtains and Tapestry Portiers. LOT 1. 76o LACE CURTALN8 49& 2, tl - 75a. 8, f 1.25 ? 91* 4.9-.50 ? n_m 5,91.75 - twa 8,92, " f-.7?. 7, t_60 ? 92. 8,12.75 " ?**>. 9,94 ?*? 10,95 ? ?***? l J 11,$5.50 9*50. 12,98 " 99* LOT L 99 TAMBTBY POBTHBf l_84. 2,9490 " 9MM. 8 27 M f5? SILKflW WAI8T8?5em?. arWI 8TILL GIVE TBADB D1800UNTJpO?J2__** 0T-TMM9 OF THI8 SALE AJUJSPOT CA8H.*?| ISAAC EICHBERG & SON.