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TUESDAY hVKNINO. OCT. 22 1907.
Looal Matters. Sun and Tide Table. , i Run risen tomorrow at tf 17 a. rn and sets t at 6:11 p. m. High water at 9:14 s. m. and j ? l/:So p. id I f Weather Probabilities. For tbic Motion fair and not qu:t? so cool ' tanigh*. Wednesday partly cloudy; light to fresh southwis'erly winds. CI RCUIT COURT FOR THE 00 UN TY | [Judge J. B. T. Thomtoo, presiding.! As stand in the G?x?tte of ib.t day the ca?es pending against Joseph Tnomas, ali**.*1 John Wright, one lor tbe murder of Jacks in Boney, oue for criminal assault on A'inie Oreen, and one for as aul. arith intent to kill upon Forrest ll diin/, -uer? all nolle proven) and dtaasUeed from the docket yesterday. C lenaooveehb'a Aforuey Mackey s'aied lo thi? court tba', as Gov. Swsn ii'i bsd seen Gt to couimutu* the sen* leuce of death in tbe R'sley case tu Isle iinprisoumin', an J as the Cunmon* wealth bad only one witness in the other og, and did nu kivw whether 'l she would come to court or no', he bad '. decided to ask lor a nolle proaequi. t Tnereupon James E O^meuti**, who ha** defended Wright, stated to lac e >urt Ihrt be had come prepared to try the ie -> eaaea, nu 1 tbat in his juJgmtnt there t was not a sciutill i of evidence to cootie! o the pri-touer; tbat he was innocent ol lb* 1 pending eharges, as be was of tbe charge up ni which he stauds convict'*'; tbat lue Risley case heretofore tried w i twice ( before the Supreme Court of Ap; ed* of Virginia, and twice did two of the ablest j Hges of that tribunal, io aiton and ( carefully cmsidr-red opinions, declare I thal tbe evidence disclosed by tbe record a wes not sufficient to justify Wright's ? conviction, and these opiuioris alone were i sufficient to inflaence the govern r in granting a commutation, and,in theejei of all impartial citizens, bis conduct in t doing sn nag worthy of commendation ^ rather than censure. j The grand jury, with William M. c Bsckus ss foreman, found indictmnnis ) charging Ella Jackson and Bessie Rob- c insoo with housebreaking and larceny; <j Harry 'firry, msiult with inteut to kill, N and Robert Hollmso, piecing an obstruc- -j linn on h railway track. In the case ol t. William Washington, charged arith li- c . ceny, tbe jury returned not a true bill, e / The grand jury also fjuod indictments r Brains*. Frank Hi'cbcock for attempted!] rape tw.tli-cninat Reece Jordan f r cr:- ? brfakW gand larceny. Tbe ^rand jury wss Ihi^n acj >urned for ths ter.n. T fl iv ? Oins. *'. Peter Sm'th, col? ored, indicted -mil', with intent lo kill ; jury and veidict ol guil y ol as** a.uk -ml prisoner sentenced t > serve 90 days iu j ol. ANNIVERSARY SERVICE-'. 8 . Mary's Church was crowded on Sunday when the Mass of tbe Maternity Of the Blemd Virgin and a\ii lor the cccurr.nca ol '.be IS h aoclreraar) of the consecration ol thal Bghl Uptrend Augustine Van Di Vy .er, aa B.IEOfi of Ibe DlnctM of Ri* b m ':.?', wai eelrbrated. Rev. August ll -Idivib w.i? ihe celebrant and aboo* ti y hoya ia turpiic-ts with red , d ! hi D when le tolered Hie mocU unrv. M'.oy of then*-* ata's'.ed him in ' vu cs eati during, ihe mai*0, and the beauty of tho altars tin which inry ligr, ? ed m iiiy candle* wai at'riklug, >< mebold /i;g them about th* 11 ar during aod hlior ihe c. Da*cratioa hy the priest. I i J mu vc waa furi iifiel ny ri eholr, who / aaog tSr Gloria, Credo ai el o b**r p>r lloei ot the mast io the oJy language* now allowe**', no f**nift!*>s Icing permitted L to sing during mass. Toe you na; men i, sai.n beautifully, though solemnly. Towards the eud of tho huhs the cele? brant preached a betuliful s?rmo\ anti aiter 'tv* mass, while tbe candles on lbs altar were bting put out, tbe ch >ir saug "H..ly Go), We Prai?e Thy Name" in Englieb. li th ? evening the Vespers wer.* att:ig in tb* old tones, so well-koown in the past, and Rev. Leonard F. Kelly, at er an address to thechildrcn by Re7 Kalbar Gallagher, explaining the useiulmsiof UM organfaitton they were to j du. the Society of Ange.', fifty lit1 le* g-rl- i" white, the bi'g? was givan to ea:b ol them and they went bac_ to their pews ?i in nt beautiful sight The service wai concluded by thc Bttedictiotl of tbe Bl *ased Sacrament. Everything both in the morning and evening celebrations showed how carefully the children had been trained. PROPERTY SALES. Capt. R. F. Knox on the premises aold at Mellon today for Mr. Gardner L. Boothe,tru9tee,sll tint lot of ground with tbe improvements thereon situated at the intersection ol the south side of Gibbon street ni'h tbe east side of Alfred street known as No. 002 south Alfred streel, including the b >iler, machinery and all apparatus pertaining to tbe bottling works o! James McCuen, which were on the properly described above, to Mr. M. B Harlo.v for the First National Bank fir $o OOO. Mr. Qeorge P. Kennedy and otters have sold to the S.>l:.r Chemical Com? pany the properly situated at the south? east c irner 1 I'nnceand Fairfax ntre**ls GI leeton Prime by 114 on Fairfax ht $15,000. Tbe Solar Company was char? tered some time a^o lor the purpose ol manufacturing drugs, .Ire. lt is under? stood, however, that operation will not be cen uienced in that line in tho near future. Tne manufactories already in the building will continue there. A HUGE PERSIMMON. Captain Trailley, ol Lower Machodoc, master ot an ojste.' vessel, stopped here yesteiday while on his way down the river f*- in Waahirgtoa and interested a number of men who were standing upon one o! thc city wharves by exhibiting a persimmon as large as a goose-egg. Io the olden times umall river craft plyirg between Cece (joan and A'exandria were aaid to carty alroi.si exclusively hocp poles and persimmons. Should rcsi* dents of that sectiou ol Prince William cultivate tbe varietv referred to above the ptfeimnion industry might again le:rme a staple pnducr. ACCIDENT IO A FIREMAN. Ashby L. Malone, of Harrisonburg, fireman on north Hound \ assenger train No. 28 ti the Manassaa division of the Southern Railway, fell (rom ibe tendei of his locomotive at Malama Sundaj night and waa painfully irjuree*. He ?aa engaged in tilling the tank witt ?uer at the time of ibe accident. MR. CARLIN IN LOUISA. Mr. C. C. UarliD, Ojn^rtaiman-elect irom tbis district, waa at Louiaa Court* touae recently and spoke twice to largs rowds of miners and (armers. A cor ei-pondent in writing from L >uisa says os presence baa been helpful tu bia can i lacy there, aod it ia sugges ed thal he vote he will receive in thai county rill te a peraonal compliment, as both emocrata and republicans are beginning 0 recognize the fact that in Mr. Carlin hey have a man who ia going to deveh-p nto a congressional representative econd to none io the State. A correa** >ondeut says: "He ia a quick and eh ly debater, a fluent speaker, and as a pleasing, persuasive manner rhicb, addedto his charming personality nd vigorous youth, furniahea a replete quipment lor a brilliant future, which be writer confidently predicla for bim. t might be added that he is the choice 1 tbe Louisa democrats over any other tuc, excepting, of comae, a Louisa (ian. However, in the latter contin enry, he will poll a heavy vote in the iS'.y primary. Hia speech wes a slr mg *-fc*n?c of democratic principles, and li u^ti be pounded the position of the (?publican party, he never once referred j the tact lhat the republicans have omioated a man in opposition to him. Io dismissed him without a word, and ppareutly, without a thought." Mr. Carlin spoke at Culpeper yester ay to an enthusiastic audience, and waa reatly applauded by his hearers when e vigorously denounced Bishop Potter, 1 New York, for the entertainment at ii cheon by himself and Mrs. Potter of be negro Bishop of Palmas during the ecent c invention of tbe Episcopal 'burch at Richmond. Mr. Carlin was i*vt re in his criticism of Bishop Potter jr having chosen Richmond and the ome of a Virginian (which Bishop 'otter was renting for tbs occasion) a the "scene iu which to parade his m-negro sentiments by way of illue raicg hs willingness to meet members f tbe African rac? upon complete terms f axial equality." From tbe sixth h-pter of Proverbs, the nineteenth erse, the speaker quoted : "An abom nation unto tbe Lord is he lhat aoweth iscord among his brethren." Mr. Car? ri asked in what more eflective manner nu ld B shop Pot'er have elected to sow iscord amoog ths Episcopal brethren ssembl d at Rchmond than to ait own and break bread at his private able with ote of the African race. He eprecatcd the act as one calculated to nlm ii again th? old-ime race bitter ess in tbe Soutb, and ard thal Bishop 'otter, hy so doing, had done little to area bis Master. He stated tbat the ctunence web noshing short of a s? ii ai r ll dion upon tbe great Christian io'v of which he wsa a part. He ex* in surd a feeling of genuine regret that here were such men, occupying high ind eminent positions, who were willing o lend themselves to the promotion of ace prejudice among their brethren. Mr. 'arlin's speech was enthusiastically cceived. COLLISION "ON BRIDGE. Two cars of tbe Great Falls and Old dominion Railway crushed into each i ber at 6:20 this morning midway on he Aqueduct biidge, injuring the motor nen d' both cars severely aud shaking ip the passengers. A thick fog hunt ittl the river at the time. Samuel Red. nan was the motorman of the bridge ar, nnd Herbert Groves, motorman of be ibroagk car from Great Falls. R^d aao, wbo lives iu Prospect Hill, Va , i lying st the Georgetown U livers!'.**, Inspilal with bulb ankhs crushi-i', sn ha* amputation of tha feat wi| heuecs i ry. Ornate' ai kio wia bruten, ll* tn io Oberrydal**, Va MllarJ F .'.tiersor, of Warren, Va, ihe cun luctor cf the bridge esr, was thrown to h.* floor of bis car and severely shaken ip. Conductor Wiley, of the through ?ar, escaped. The only passenger in? ured was James Brashers, an engineer :onnected with the road, who waa rici? ng on tbe bridge car to Great FaM**. Ie receved a slight cut in tbe forehead. CHARTER8. Tbe Cirporation Commission has granted a charter to the Vernon Tele thone Company, of Mt. Vernon. In ?orporators?S. W. Worrell, president, ii Woodlawn, Va.; A. W. Alderman, rice president; G. H; Alderman, secre arv, both ot E.helfelts. Objects and purposee?Telephone line In Carroll county. The Corporaion Commission hu also .ranted a charter to the Flynn Motor Dar Company (incorporated), Alexan? dria. J. J. Flynn, preaident; H. I tunion, vice preaident; F. M. Smoot, secretary and treasurer?all of Washing tdn, D. C: Capital: Maximum, $16, 000; minimum, $1,000. Objects: Auto m ibile business. FINED FIVE DOLLARS. A fight occurred between two young men in a saloon io the southeastern section of the ci'y on Saturday night, October 12. Toe matter was reported to the police, aud Officer Knight later secured the names of the com baise K They were arrested yes'erday anl this morning brought into the Police C >urt and fined tf ?> each. Tbe Gazette of the ll h instant sated that the fight oc? cured on the preceding Dight?Sunday. Tni?, however, was erroneous, as the proprietor of tbe saloon is a strict ob? server ol the Sunday law. police""court. [Justice H. B. Oaten presiding.] The following cases were disposed ol thia morning: William Bernette, charged with steal? ing a bridle and blanket, waa fined $10, Llewellyn Lane, colored, charged witb disorderly conduct, waa fined $2.50. Two youog men, charged with dis orderly conduct aod fighting, were Aaec $2 50 each. Another young mao, who was cbarg ed with similar offenses, waa dismissed DEATH OF MRSrCOBB. Mrs. Alice G. Cobb, wife of Mr Charles S. H. Cobb, who had been 'uflerer fr ni chronic disease for som t me, died al her home, No. 829 sooil j Lee street, last night. The decease was a native of Staunton. She waa 3 yeara old, and waa a daughter of Jaco and Sarah C. Meinbock. The remain were this evening forwarded to Staunto lfor interment. Trial Catarrh treatments are being malle I fut free, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Raaioi 1 Wit. These tests an* proving to the people without a penny's co.*t?the great vain* of thi , scientific prescription known to drnjrgisi , ewr<- where aa Dr. Snoop'* Catarrh Remedj ?*>??? by E. 8. Leadheatar A tiena. j The He-*s Shoe for men. Marshall's, S King itfeet, oc-Jll tf SS^J [KORREO .SHAPE ?g? We arc!:!; rte largest maters ora 15. -GUARANTEED;1! SHOES in the WorldJi] Fifty years of first class boot mating bacts this guarantee: If tba upper of a S5 "Korrect Shape" Shoe broaks through before the sole is worn through, we will replace with a new pair of ahoaa. PACKARD 4 riflD. LOCKTON. Carried in Stock by P H. Bradshaw's and 1st. Class Koot Shops Generally PERSONAL. Mr. Ernest Magalis, ot Harrisonburg, s visiting his brother, Mr. M. Albert Magaiis, in thia city. Miss Roberta Stuart has returned from a visit to the Jam-town Exposition. Mr. 0. L. Sevier and wife, of Bristol, Tenn., are visiting their son, Rev. J. R. Sevier, in this c ty. They are accom* panied bv their niece, Dirothy. Charles H. Ca-li, of 12G north Payne stree', left for Panama on ths Loth instanf. Mr. Elon O Uenke', of ihe Shenan? doah Valley, New Market, and Mrs. Henkel were in thc city yesterday. Capt. Iaaac Force, master of the Smoot tug Eugenia, is contined to bis home in this eity from a slight stroke ot pa? ralysis. The .Southern Immigration Associa? tion met at Norfolk today. Mr. T. J. Preston, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce of tbis city, is representing tbat organization at the meeting. Mrs. Bartlett Bolling, who has been visiting her uncle, Mr. Albert Stuwt, left today for her home iu Charlottes? ville. Mr. F. J. Davidson left today to visit the Jamestown Exposition. Mrs. Columbus C. Shriver hai return? ed to her re-iid mee ia Baltimore from a visit to Mrs. T. M. Jones in this city. ? THE I-ANCk"lAsT NIGHT. The Fanchon Pleasure Club g** ve ibeir opening .'ance st McBurne/a Hill List night which vt .alargety attended. A nunber rt tu * (-'own ku's's w<-re pre ? fnt. Music nai leo.lendby Prof. Leon Cohen's orrh=a?ra. Sapper ?aset-reai] st the U i el R rn n-l. ' This i lub will ! give weekly dancas e try Monday, com? mencing l?x Monday. Tiley Make You I'.el limul. Tbe pleasant pargati-ra ?fl*ct experi? enced by all ??ho use Obaaabarlala'i Stomach aud Liver Tableta, acd the healthy onad!lion of th? b dy and mind nb:ch they create mukra one feel joiful. Sampl.s fri".* at 0 bon A Timbiman's and W. F. deighton k Co's diug stores. Fuc Fi ow a-, nil tlie new styles. Mar? sh ill'.-, 4J2 Kl lg -'r*i* . <,.*'!l If LO 'Al. BREVITIES The City C uncil mee s 'onig'it. The f ovt ol las' bight was tr*.; hi-avil ht r-f thc araano, A marri iga license w.s laaead in Washington vesterdag to Thornes Pone*} and Ads Car tey, There will be a skiting tournament and race at Armory Hall tomorrow night, at which time priz s will be awarded. Frost was in evidence again this morn? ing. The wini, b.wfVBr, bad changed to the louth, and as the dsy advanced tbe temperature became mild. Oo the Universiiy athletic field yea* terday the Episcopal High School ikven defeUed ihe Jeflernn School for Boys of Charlottesville, 52 to 0,ia f irty minutes' of play. There will be a calli d meeting of tbe I7ih Virginia Regiment Chapterir.mor row (Wednesday) atternoon at 3 o'chek at Lee Camp Hall. Business of impor? tance. . A report was in circulation this even? ing tbat a man, who left here today on a emthbound Washington-Sou hern train, fell from a esr near (Quantico and waa cut io two. There will b> an Ice Cream Social at the Vi-lsge Chsple on Gibbon street, this t vening from 7:30 to 10:30, for the benefit ol the HnniUy school at that place. A dtl;ghtful evening is promised all who attend. A revival commenced in the Metho? dist Church in Fredericksburg Sunday C)ndjc:ed by li^-*. J. H. Light,the pis tor, ass s'.ed by Rav. C. I) Bulls, of Ahxandria Thi revival will continua through thia week and possibly longer. The three masted schooaar Annie J. Conlon baa arrival at the shipyard where the will bc haded with railnud ties fora northern p rt. The Conlon on her wiv up ll.B river stoppfd at Somerset Bjach, mb r*.* amt took on some lies. Io ibe case in Washington yesterday of Mr. A. J. WeJderburn, jr., for the possjssion of his 3-year-old child, airs. Wedderburn plead to tbe court to ht ber have her child and testified that fhe left her husband's hom1? because she waa afraid of bim and tbat bo bad threatened to do her hirm. Toe committee on streets and public properly of the City duncil met last night and ci nsidered the protect of a number ol pm perty owners against the propose 1 ere uioa ol a livery stable un north Hi. Asaph street near King street. It is understood that the committee carne lo the conclu-ion the question was with? out their jurisdiction. StirpawioK Steamed OysUrs at the Ojx?ra Bouse Cafe. Oykten iu all styles. ll* Queen Quality Shorn, Ked Ctam .-Jin es, Faieison 8hr* ? and Valk Over r?hi>'? at ?lamhal.'H, iii Kinxslnet. cn tf A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive t-ititen is frequently rr.dt in that apparently nseleaa little tube called the "appendix " lt'** |aMrallj tbe re?olt of pro? tracted conni pat iou, following liver torpor. Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent appendicitis, ioid establish rejrulai hatiitaof the boweN. loo at ll drug (tores. CHOICE MALAGA li RAPE.**;, jual rereiv j ed and for aale by J. C. MILBURN. Income Getters. We have for sale six houses showing incomes of ll per cent, to 12 per cent. Prices $900 and $1,000. a> Call and let us tell you about them. DO YOI WANT A HOME? HERE IT IS: Two--flory modern Brick House; south side private alley ; good yard ; sewer connections. FIRST FLOOR?Parlor, sitting room and chen. SECOND FLOOR?Five bedrooms and bath. Fine condition. Convenient down-town lo kitchen. SE Fif cation. Price Only $4,000. F. L. SLAYMAKER & CO. Alexandria National Bank Building-Boom No. 2, CORNER KING AND ROYAL STREETS BELL TELEPHONE NO. 269. ) DO YOU EAT FISH, OYSTERS AND GAME ? TRY US! WE CLEAN AND DELIVER THEM. POTOMAC FISH CO Both I hones 198. 109 North Royal Street. ? c 12mmtmmmmuxmmmmm*mvmmmmmrmmmmmjmmmmmm tmmvmmnmamm VV. 1'. llsveillr, .*r, 'h< nu*'; il ctid Prcaldful nf h- N t i?iii Bink ?! Aui-rica ii H-e Y'wk aaja: ? i''i*?*l a IV. M <i>\ n??a Usa baal aa bia|g Tba Ima k's h'll.iii; nf O i ? ?! <i*t**d bim'a ire ii.aiitn Uctni." I.DST._ SM: WI-li- li. ni Hm ?ii'.*l-ih<?r*t farm near W?r*t Cod TITO I. A MIS*. The tinder wi 1 fcc saitablf i winl-it h? rd irniiig ibra ta JULIAS F. CH ".'Nt' Y. r et? St* ~ WANTEW_~ Wa* TED. - x r\m ' HvRPEBTKl B. Bri: r to >!s t Fi-*f't Viartmint H.vise tum mow moriiiuK nt 7 oYl ???k. re-dr f.r work. .) I?. KSICI1T. ' - 8?a_ XVMS'IF.i* APL.U'KSM H'S ll ".I Pl-R, ?* lin* with km v.! * ip if bor^csboaiag 9tttttni, Aprh t.. I ll BlNIOS.CaoK r I. j i d i ? o tv 'At tt/XNTK '. \ miih M \v M iVfi I *v I'llinliy wft*fim, mm al a ll * lllMlhi; in d ii?t> iiniiiu tn ii h? nun *pl'l> IO Ai EX \Mi*lA BTKAM i At'ND'Y. - nrttl M CHINA, GM-.- AM- HOUil PCB. NISH INO .Joni)-'. Elliott's, Cor. Pitt and King Ste. SKATES Richardson Ball-bearing Rink Skates, per pair, $3 75. Union Hardware Company Ex? tension Ball-bearing Skates, per pair, $2.50. Roller Skates with steel wheels, per pair, $1.19. Housefurnishing Specials. Curtain Stretchers 98c Bissell's "Cyco" Carpet Sweepers.$2.00 Universal Bread Makers $2 50 Ohio Steam Cookers.$6 50 Th: Finest of Everything. Thomas Lannon, 429 Cameron Street. GROCER and IMPORTER A PBW SUOGFSTIONS from our im laenne stocks of pun-, tppelizinf? edibles STRICTLY NF.VV Hs.1.Kidney Bears, Black Turtle Peas, Blsoli Btsi Fe's, 6 teat (ireeu Pess. Cranlierrits, Brazil Bats, mkltA BTBUB AND ROCK CANDY SYRUP. Tbis ll a dsliiimis blend and abvilutel; pure, in b^lf p ot, pint anil quart bottles. D') YOIJ NEF.D MONEY to buy or r-ntli a home, farm or n ske improvements You ctn own snd ocet ny your own bolte o f*ini at d Dry for mme In small nontl ly iay mi-ill-. ?b ch ls Ks* iliir' amt We task :o?ns ?n-.whrr** .rom Bl/tOO to |l<U0Q?t per cen*. No udditioaal security. The mos liberal pim ever dieted. V rite at once ff foll information ami epplicatioo blan> L. H. BROWN. S,lvr >priD*<. Md., P.epre seotind ihe Southern Slates Trust Co. ott 19 Jw KB IL K-IAIK For Sale Cory six-room Framo Dwelling No. 4(15 Wilkes til reet, containing 6 tooms and bath. In fine condi? tion and n good renter at $10 per month. Price, $950.00 One acre of land, im? proved by six room frame dwelling, one-fourth mile wetfl of Theological Sem? inary. Price. $l,q00 Delightful RuburtMMi home in Wir-i't End, No. 1714 Duke street, n two dtory frame dwelling con? taining 8 rooms and bath. Fine large yard and excel? lent outbuildings. Price, $3,300 For Rent 4_f N. Columbus street, 6 room frame, bath (fur? nished) . $25.00 1402 Duke street, 6 room flame, bath. 1500 In St Elmo?2 new six room cottages. Each. 12.50 Further particulars of Room 3, Alexandria Nat'l Barak Bldg N B Cor. Kiar and Royal Street' Pel''Phm.??4 r-M.it-: Cwr i%i. vu SOMETHING NEW SKATING TOURNAMENT AND 1CHAMPIONSHIP RACES AT ARMORY RINK WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 23 Of Vii 31 _ We Have Tenants Waiting For twa 6 toa room modern FURNISH' D HOl'SS^ for sii months or l-ngtr if ? sar;. Must be in good ruigrVorhnod. Gilt edited tenant**: only grown p-<.p!e in fnmilirs. Lat os havt your hou-e quick. P. C. 8LAYMAKEK A CO , Alex. Kati. Bank Building. octl9 lw _ FOR 3AIE.-I) WELLING HOUSE at southeast n-rter of Pitt aid yu>en s reet, No. 227 north Pitt i-treet, Alexandria, Va. Apply for price and terms io JOHN " JOHNS )V, 111 soon Fai.f.x str?-?*t. ocl6 1w_ M. GOLD MEDAL (TRRANrS in 1 p* und packages taew) jiat received bv J. C. MILBURN. V EDW. U DAIN?ERFlELi>. WILLIAM ll. LAMBERT, Pr -iJent. Vice Presided. CARROLL PIERCE, Vice President. RICHARD H. OREEN, C*. li cr. E. E. PAYNE, Asaistant Cashier. Citizens' National Bank ALEXANDRIA, VA, Capital, $lM,fM. Surplus and Profits, $109,1X1.1 U. S. DEPOSITORY. Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations Invited. 4 Letters of Credit drawn on Brown, Shipley & Co., London. DIRECTORS: EDWARD L DAINGERFIELD, WM. H. LAMBERT, M. A. AHERN, 1 WORTH HULFISH, CARROLL PIRROB. I Depositors having accounts in our SAVINGS DEPART- -J MENT will please present their books for the entry of in- I tere_t to October l$t. GROCERIES^ ^e-I'.amsay Sells tha Bast FIVE CASES ,11 lilllie j. Wm. Ramsay. J_i Gross MATS All sizes and prices. i 3. Wm. Ramsay, Jape Co 1 Cranberries Just received by Q. W. RAMSAY. Heinz' New Apple Butter In 3 Pound Crocks. H. Wm. Ramsa1. Ma pie Butter, Good and Cheap. 1 Pound Tins. Q. Wm. Ramsay. ONE BARREL NEW SWEET-HIXED PICKLES JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT 20c a Quart. 0 Wm. Ramsay. REAL ESTATE FOR 5ALE trooaiaard I ail Brick. i. io iii nnd* ii li ' r-iue . .... . Ijlft ti r<> "ii Friin-*. . 1 (Ki tttme Hil k. V9H H r*? in Uri* If. 4*}' Sn.c un i D?eil>i g? a ? lu. 1.' 5 ? ?; r>? ?'?? Kr in*. I.'"" ii ni in Ytatmt. S*)0 Hj r on Brick. 1 BO A i boice lot in Br??ld ?k. ilugtm. Tao choice Io's on Columbus Btreel, 10 room Itrick; tar** lot; choice loca? tion.-..$4,050 41 air,**, 100 fruit mei; stable; well fenced; chime to Ket nice honie cheap. Call for par? ticulars. Up-to-dite lit le fsrni of M acre* -hort dis* ts me fr jiu ciiv. Nice burne, fi, 70). ROBT. ELLIOTT. REAL ESTATE AGENT 127 South Royal South. -REMEMBER - The Graney Quick Lunch Company 130 SOUTH ROYAL MTRKET, Oysters delivered to erery part of the city by box free. Porter-house Steak with trim? mings 35 cents French Drip Coffee a specialty ocio :o*._ FOK HALE. - TWO OOOii YOUNG HOB8E4, coe especially ?'fe for Udloa tc .lr .-iTndf. ApplyJ.T. NALLt.?JOKin| utrect. o tl9 3.*? OLOrHINQ KAUFMANN BROS i The Leader C: Clothing House. The Winter! Clothing ? For Man and Hoy %[ now ready for in? spection. You can't resift our prices See our cloths. We save you $5 up on suits. ling Out Sale of all Ladies'& Girls' Wearing Apparel. Everything in the , line must go. Prices one-half what you pay elsewhere. KAUFMANN BROS The Leader Clothing House, 402 and 405 King St. ^ _5?0???-??3^Q0?i STATIONKKY. LETTERS IN l\\\i OLD TRUNK. You bavcdoubtli^-i ?cen and read jourirran.!imthp.'s letters wbicli were stored away up a'i: jd the rid trunk. Fr. ni these jou are lir-ble to ju br ? I tbe Us e aod relioeoieut wi. ber girlhood pose?cd. Some oar your tatter-t ma**/ be stored i wa/ In the -1 * trunk ; some ono may be |> - in-z on fMI taste. Why not uee EATON'S HIGHLAND LINEN and be sure? i'rices, Tc aod 40c R. E. KNIGHT, Bookseller and Stationer, 621. 023, 625 Kinx St. 40, 5(i aod '<* BLENDhi* TEAS, suitably f.ri,*,I to-_.it, i C. MILBURN.