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Rlrtatibria (Rosette. TUESDAY EVEMINt.. OCT. 6, IDC*. Local Matters. Sun aod Tide Table. Ban Haas tomorrow at 6.02 and sets at 5:86. High water at 5.17 a. m. and M< p. ?? Waatbar probabllltlee. For this section fair t#oigbt and1 Wednes? day, warmer tonight; light variable wkidf. CITY WORK. A fact worthy of conaideratlon con? flate tbe workingman of this city. It bu often been wondered? by thou wbo have money to lnveet and wbo are will? ing to spend it?wby tbe Alexandria contractors can not do work u cheaply as tbe coot Motors ol other sect'oos. The foreign coo tractor hu all tbe disadvan? tage. He ia unacquainted with condi? tions, be has to bring a groat deal of paraph' malia with him; he hu io hire nokoowo help, and yet io t _e last year Borne ol the largest cont'at ts io this city nave beeo giveo to outside men. If t.eee people can do the work and m*k t a reasonable profit?which they are com? pelled to do in order to carry on boai ness?wby not tbe Aleisndmn-? It bu been o'V n said that ".beprmf of the puidingis tbe eat og." Tne 0 ty Council recently appropriated $4,800 to improve (be clerk's office aod the Cor? poration court rooma wb'ch oecusitated the bringing of the clerk's office to tbe first fl jr r of the market building at Fair? fax and Cameron streets. The main work of the contract waa opened to bid? den aod ao out-of-town firm wu the lowest, but tbe city engineer and committee on public property thought thia bid too high aod conclud? ed lo do the work themselves. The reanlt wu that by employing Alex? andria mechanics, paying them the rul? ing wages, workiog the regaler number of home tbe ociumittee under the super vision of the city engineer, nader tbe regaler advertised propoul, uved the city over $1,100?that la he did the work advertised in the contract with Alexandria labor $1,1 OJ cheaper than tbe loweet bidder. The committee then went to work and placed in thia build? ing over $600 wor.b of ex rs work aad are now to the good over $500 under the lowest bidder. It looks u If tbe Alex? andria contractor abould figure closer in order to secure work. The time when a mao eau get rich oo ooe or two contracts baa paued. People who build are u wiae u the builder and want value re? ceived for the monay expended. The city engine..?Mr. E. O. Dunn?was assisted ia the work by Messrs. Chu. B. Marshall, O. J. W. Summers, W. W. Ballenger and W. H. Hellmotb, the joint committee on public property, who deserve a great deal of ored.t for the ?vork done. ATTEMPT. SUICIDE. Joeeph Trammell, who killed bia brother-in-law, Frank Peacock, in Fair? fax on Friday night lut, attempted to commit suicide oo Sundsy night by cut? ting hia throat with a razor, in Fairfax county jail. Trammell found an old rusty razor in hia cell, and cut his throat on the left aide from tbe ear to the wind? pipe. He severed the arteries and cord io the neck on that aide. Pbyaiclans aay hia chances for recovery are good unless blood poisonirg develops. Tram? mell was discovered about 9 o'clock by Jailer Cross, who wu making his rounds. When he called to Trammell he received no reply. He unlocked the cell door and found Trammell lying in a pool of blood on the floor. Dr. Moncure wu aummoned, and bia prompt arrival prob? ably saved the man's life. When Tram? mell bad recovered Sunday night suf? ficiently (o understand what wu said to him be made it known tbat be committed tbe act after he beard some ooe outside his cell uy his mo brr wu dead. About 8:30 o'clock Sunday Trammell called Jailer Orosa and uked him if he had heard bia mother waa dead. The jailer replied he had not. Trammell aaid he heard two men talking outside bis cell, and they aaid Mrs. Trammell had died Sunday afternoon. Thinking bis one hope of getting out of jail wu gone, and of losing his mother's support in tbe ?trial for his life, he decided to commit suicide. The parents of the alleged murderer furoished bail In$1,000yester? day morning and Trammell waa taken -to his home. He wu ruting comfort? ably last night. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. The committee oo speakers of the Bryan, Kern and Carlin Club have re? ceived a letter from Mr. H. St. Gevrge Tacker, candidate for the democratic nomination for governor of Virginia, ac? cepting an invi'aMon toaddreu the dem? ocratic vatera of this city next Tuesday night, O.t >' er 13, at tbe Opera House. Tbe committee bu also invited Mr. K. T. W. Dake, of Oharl.tteeville, to bs preunt and also address the vet re on that occuioD. The cammi tee hu invited ex-Gover nor A. J. Montague to speak iu this city oo the 20th of October aod they have ao doabt of bis acceptaooeof the invitation. Tonight tbe oiub will bold a business meeting and desire the presence of all the membe s. IMPORTANT CASE SETTLED. The Ogden ault agaioat Thomaa H. Robbins, of Washington, and others, involving the Phoebe Voorbeea tract of 367 acree of land, in the upper end ot Bpot sylvania county, hu beeo net lexi by compromise between partiea and decree will be entered on Monday In the Cir .ult Court of Spottaylvania oonfitming tbe agreement, at which time commis? sioners will be appointed to make ule of aaid land. J. R. and Harry B. Oatoo, represented the plaintiff. AROUND THE WHARVES, A very heavy fog enveloped the river front thia morning maklog the air damp and disagreeable. The Norfolk steamer encountered the fog at daybreak and had ll a< an unpleasant companion all the way to this city, making the stumer about an boor late. Bailing vesuls bad great difficulty In navigating. Things are quietsrouod the wharves. Sine* the close of the excursion season things ar. dull f.r tba fellow whek made hia living on tie river aod al but a doa*o can be seen around t _e wharves, like Micawber, wa lb g for s tm*tiing to tarn ap. Sup in at the IKLKTUN and try a Ht > I' OYSMLtt POT P1K tonight. Geo ts! Yoo want to see our Wall Streets, Patent Kid Blucher and Button Shje. The $6 kind at $4. J- A. Mar? ana! 1 A Bro., 422 King street. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Toe Miaiaterial Ass-.cution met yes terdav afternoon at 8:SO o'clock. The fallowing ministers were present: Revs. 0. D. Bulla, W. F. Watson, J. R. Sevier, 0. K. Hobbs, G. I. Humphreys, Edgar -.Carpenter and W. W. Van Ara? dale. Io view of the laying of the cor? nerstone of tbe new public school build? ing only a brief amnion wu held. After aa informal discussion, the meetiog adjourned to meet tbe first Monday in November. TAKEN AWAY. Many nil way meo were at the station boose lut night to bid good-bye to Charlu O. Tullock, who wu to leave for Knoxville, Tenn., today, ia company with Sheriff 0 W. Baffrage, where u atatad before be is wanted for an assault oa a resident of tbat place with a beer bottle. He left on the 8:35 train thia morning aod about a score of his fellow workmen followed him to the tnin. He took hia family with him and expects to make bia home in Knoxville. W. CT. U. The Virginia Convention ot the W. 0. T. U. held io Roanoke lut week wu the largest for many years, 164 delegstes being preeent. Mrs. Howard M. Hoge waa re-elected preaident. Mrs. Amy Weech delivered tbe address Wednesday evening. At the clou of her address Mn Weech wu made a life patron of the Virginia W. 0. T. U. This muns that u a mark of appreciation for Mn. Weech'a work in the state, $25 wu paid into the treuury of the Virginia W. 0. T. U. POLICE COURT. [Justice H. B. Oaton presiding.] The following cues were disposed of this moroiog: Emma dole, arrested by Officers Fer? guson, Rawlett aod Bell charged with drunken aod disorderly conduct, was fined $5. Two yoong white men arrested at tbe aame time in thia woman'a house, were fined $5 each. John Quill, colored, arrested by Offi? cer Knight for assault and cutting Chu. Baltimore, alao colored, wu fined $10, aa wu alao Baltimore for disorderly con? duct and fighting. LEE CAMP. " The monthly meeting of R. E. Lee Camp wu held last night at Confederate Veterana' Hall wheo considerable busi? ness of interest to the camp wu trans? acted. Delegates to the Grand Camp which meets at Oharlct'.esvllle on Tun day the 20th were elected u follows : John Hooff, Oapt. Joa. P. Wooddy, Alexander Lyles, 0. 8. Taylor, Dr. J. A. Marshell and Byrd 0. Willis. The present and all past commanders of tbe camp are delegate*.. NEGRO AND A KNIFE. Justice Oaton had another eau of a negro and a knife this morning when John Quill wu accused of cutting Chu. Ballimore. Judging from tbe appear? ance of the two ooe would have thought that Quill wu the ooe mostly abused, u his olack "top piece" wna tied op in a piece of lily whits cloth and resembled t enow ball in a bucket of ink. The justice hurd the evidence and conclud? ed they both were guilty ol disorder and imposed a fine ol $10 on each. LOST AND FOUND. The police were notified this morning that Mn. Mary Dodson an elderly reel dent of No.6.2 south Patrick street, had been mining from her home since 7:80 o'clock laat night. Mra. Dodson wss found today ia Fairfax county about 16 milea from her home, when it wu dis? covered that her mind waa somewhat Impaired. She waa brought to her home tn thia city. She bad wandered in the country all night. MEETINGS. The stockholders of the Wuhiogton Brewing Company met here yesterday and adjourned till December 7 without transacting any business. The Washington Herb Company met yesterday and elected the following offi? cers : Clarence Oorson, preaident aod treasurer; M. M. Flannery, secretary and general manager. Theae with J. P. Tower, W. W. Wright and G. W. Brown were chosen directors. KARLTON KLUB. Tbe Karltoo Klub which wu orga? nize! October 1 for social, moral and literary influence and which hu rooms over the Chamber of Commerce, King and Wuhington streets, hu elected the following officers: President, Paul A. Polman; vice president, Roger Lee Moore; secretary, 0. Conway Brawner; treasurer, Chas. W. King; busineu man? ager, William F. Whits. VIRGINIA HUNTING GOOD. Hunting in the counties of Maryland and Vi.glnia bordtring on the Potomac thia aeaaon is above the average. Wild turkeys and partridges are plentiful, es? pecially in King George and Westmore? land counties, Virginia. Tbe improved conditions are aaid to be due to the pro? tective measures adopted by the Virgioia legislature two yesrs ago, which put a ban oo the Indiscriminate shooting of t,ttae, _______________ TRADE. COUNCIL. The regular meeting of Alexandria Trades C.undi was held lut night and busineu of a routine nature wu trans? acted. It ia the purpose of this organi? zion to make tbe meetings interesting ia the future aod there will be good speakers at tbe next meeting. ALEXANDRIA HOSPITAL. Ten per cent of the entire receipts of Max RoaenBeld's store on tomorrow and Thursday will be donated to Alexandi it's most noble institution?'.he Alexandria Hospita). LEFr TODAY. Dr. Bennett, who hu beeo engaged in furthering the interests of his medi? cine business aud at the same time en? tertaining the people with a free show, left today for other paru of the atate. Ht! vt Dewitt's Little Early Risers, ths famoas .Ula liver pills. Sold by W. _*. Creighton *y_. . (OYSTBHS-LYNNUAVEN* oe half shall; BROILED on teast; S'HAFINO hlMHH-. Brill's PsleSr-ted Ungle Fried -t__eOP____A HO I'SB CA FM. Buster Brown Snoe* for children are the cheapest because they weer twice u long and ase the neat. J. A. Marshall ,* Bro., 422 King street. BOUGHT A DOLL. A second-hand de.ltr went to the residence of a citizsn of the Second ward thia morning and bought a doll baby, which wu of no nu to the family. He wu driving along with bia treasure and ooe would bave thought lt wu a baud wagoo judging from tbe number Of children following him begging for it Inumoch u the dealer in question haa 25 grandchildren tbe chance of an out alder getting the doll wu out of the eau tioo. THE ARMORY CASE. After buring argument- io the in junction proceeding! in the eau of Com? pany G, First Virginia Regiment against tbe Alexandria Light Infantry for the p ase a oo of Armory Hall, Judge Bar* ley of tbe Corporation Court yesterday evening took the matter under adviae ment, and it ia expected that he will an? nounce hia opinion within tbe next few days. The arguments were hurd In Judge Barley's office. Messrs. Norton & Boothe represented Company G and Mr. 8. G. Brent appeared in behalf of the Alexandria Light Infantry. HAS HIS HAT-YET. A gentleman of thia city in 1884 made and won a bet from a federal officeholder that Cleveland would be elected. Tbe wsger was a fine hat and after Cleve? land's first inauguration the hat wu carefully put away. The gentleman re? ferred to hu again donned the bat and Bays be feels confident that Bryan will win. _ TO BE MARRIED. Tbe marriage of Mr. Henry Kicherer of this elly and Miu Hattie Bailey, of Warreotoo, will be solemnized tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the residence of ;he groom's brother, Mr. Ohu.Kicherer, ?omer Prince and Lee streets. The oeremony will be performed by Rev. J. I. May. of the German Luthern Church, After the marriage a supper will be lerved. PERSONAL. There are seventeen new students now enrolled at the Theological Semloary sear thia city u postulants and candi iatea for order*, and counting the Rev. Ur. Naide, of Japan, there are eighteen in all. Eigbtuu dioceses and thru missionary jurisdictions are represented at the Seminary thia yur. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Anne Wybergb Ansley, daughter of Mr. H. 0. Ansley, to Mr. David Sha y Davis, which ia to take place at Sc rhomu Church, Washington, on Satur? day evening, October 17th, at 6 o'clock. Miea Michael, of Louisiaoa, Mo., la rlaitiog tbe Mistu Genzberger on Wolfe itreet. Miss Edmo 0. Lee left Monday for Alexandria to be bridumaid in the Daw jon-Pendleton wedding, which will tike place Wednea-iay. Miss Lu will leave rhorsday for New York, where abe will oe a gout of Lieut, and Mrs. Robt. S. Knox.---! Fredericksburg Lance. LOCAL BREVITIES. A marriage license wu issued in rVasDiDgton yesterday to Theodore Deld ieb, and Pansy A. Beach, both of tbis ity. Squire Barrell of the county repor a hat fifteen turkeys were stolen lut night rom Mr. Kidwell's home at Del Ray. The Young Men's Senate will meet tonight, rben the recently elected officers will be in tilled. There will be a meeting of the looal aa .mbly of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew at lt. Paul's Church tonight at 8 o'clock. Jobn Norvell Jav:ns, sged 28 yean, adopt d son of Nannie and tbe Ute John R. Javins, lied on Saturday night at the residence of ds grandparents in Monroe. Annie Willis, colored, died at her home, 24 north Washington street, thia morning, 'he deceited was born in this city 6_ years *o. Mrs. E. J. M. flerneiiM of Washington, a1 'onfederats Veterans' Hall, last night gave a ironical lesson in French, demonstrating her nethod of teach ng pronunciation baaed on lille V. Prud'homme's French syt'eo of _____, The cut flowers tue 1 in the pulpit decora ions at tbe Methodist Protestant Church on iunday last were on Monday taken in charge ty a oommittee of ladies sui some were sent o the Alexandria Hospital snd the rest plac d on the graves of the deceased members of he Sunday school and Christian Endeavor Society. J. M. Pettit, jr., hu at his store, 725 King treet, 38 baskets ot (he Guest White Heath 'earlies tv-ta li-re this reason. They are the aat ha will have and aa the demand for them s very good be would advise all who have poken for them to place their orders urly. SELECT NORFOLK OYSTBRS ia ill styles at THE ELKTON tonight. Ladies I "Why nut be comfortable." Bay The Red Cross .hoe. It benda with the foot. J. A. Marshall A Bro., 122 King street._ NOTICE-COAL AT BOTTOM .UM NEK PRICE-. Take advantage ol the'low price and buy roar coal before the advance. Will be pleased to have yoar order now. Beth phones. DiW. AITCHE80N, _spi_J_107 son th Royal strutt FOR RENT ?Three nice cheerful ROOMS in Del Bay, second floor; hot and cold irater, bath and heat; all modern improve nents; terms reasonable. Address "X Y Z," Jssette office. "-r> si" FOR Rt?NT. - Bay window BRICK HOUSE 919 Cameron street, six rooms ind bath; hot and cold water; fronts sooth; til rooms newly papered and grained; large lew range with two warming ovens in ri'.cben. Keys at 22-1 north Columbus street. ot. tx*_ A CARD. Advertisements have been sent broadcast xi the "Oriental University" in which my lame has appeared as "Dean of the Theologi? cal Department." I wish to state that I am not dow and never have been in any way iireetly or indirectly connected with the said 'Orient.1 University " My nama was u-e.l without my knowledge or c.'???rut. Rkv w. W Van Arsdalr FOR SALE. 1 Manhattan POOL TABLE. 1 Ptraiirht PjoI Table, set of new Balls, Coes, Racks, i. < heap to quick purchaser. Apply at ll. north Fairfax street. oci6 St NOTICE is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT COM? PANY, Incorporated, will be held at the of? fice of the company. No. Itt sooth Boyal street, in thecity of Alexandria, state ef Vir? ginia, on t ,e THIRD DAY OF NOVEM? BER, 1D08, at 12 o'clock m..for the purpose of electing a board of din ct >rs for the ensuing year and for the traosaetiou of such other business u may come properly before sahl meeting. GEORGE C. HENNING, oct62w Secretary. Notice. A spacial inseting of th. BRYAN, KERN AND CARLIN CLfB will bs h. ld at bead quarters on King street, TUESDAY NIGHT at 8 o'clock Business of Importance. All members requested to be present. BOBT. 8. BARRETT. oct! 4t Secrttery. OCT. 7, 1118. Rosen-eld's 5th ANNIVERSARY AND FALL OPENING. Wednesday aad Thursday, October 7 and 8. Millinery, Coats, Suits, Waists, Dress Goods, Silks, Furs, etc We hsvs very good reason to celebrate this Sth Birthday?better reasons for eelebratia- perhaps than have been given this year to any other retail bouse iu this city. The put twelve months have been ths most successful in our career, and this in tbe face of conditions which have left some sorrowful records in local and national business life. Thara is only one way that we can think of tn make yon as glad. We ware born . jean ago, and we now find our? selves glad to have been bora. We are hers to do you good?that is, by saving yon money on things you need, and at the tame time rsmsmbering oar most worthy institution?the Alexandria Hospital, and wa shall not forget the others in ths sear fatnre. Those spending 50c and upwards will receive a souve? nir in honor of our fifth birthday Remember! ll per cent of all money received will go to this institution ROSENFELD'S, 518-20 King Street Alexandria, Va. AMUSEMENT.. The motion picture hooasa are doing a t Hiving business and judging from the crowds visiting them nightly they are puttlDg oo good shows. King street wu litsrally alive with people lut night eager to gain admittance to the thru nooses, At the Alexandria Amusement Goa paoy a programme consisting of "A Good Repentance," "Three Maiden Ladiuand a Boll," "Ospenhageo Zo? ological Oar dens" aod "Stratagem Re? warded" will be shown. All good and amusing pictures. The Elite Picture Company opened the week lut night to a large and ap? preciative audience. Tonight they will repeat "The Vestal Virgins." Tbis is a beautiful hand-colored picture. ' Cow* boya' Elopement," "Thieving Hand," "I Won a Pig," end "Bold Agslo." These are very amusing pit to rae. Mr. J. A. Troooell will slog "That's Grati? tude," and "Somebody Lied." Tbe show ia Brat elate in evtrf p.- r lcular. The Bennett's sseo at tie Alexaodria Opera House last night io a comedy sketch entitled "Bustler's Boarders," pleased large aodieocra. Tbe same peo? ple will appwr tooigbt io a new sketch. Mr. 0. Busey will be heard lo popular songs. Eight so bj'eta of moving pic? tures of great interest will be shown. For Chapped Mk lu, Ohapped skin wb< ther on the bands or face may be cared in ooe night by apply log Chamberlain's Salve, It ia also on equaled for s re nipplu, barns and scalds. Fer ule by W. F. Oteightin and Rob? ard Gibson. __________ Wholesale Price- of Produce. ? .our Extra.._ 400 a .36 Family. 4 76 a 600 Paney brands. 526 a 660 vVheat. long berry. 097 a 100 Mixed. 095 a 0 97 F_.ta._. OKS a 090 Damp and tough. OeS a 0 87 Corn, white. 0 85 a 0 90 Mixed.? 0 83 a 086 Tallow. 083 a 0 86 Corn Meal. 098 a 100 Bye. - 065 a 070 Oats, mixed, new....-. 046 a 060 White, new.-. 0 48 a 063 Elgin Print Butter. 03. a 034 Butter, Virginia, packed. 018 a 020 Choice Virginia.. 020 a 022 Common to middling. 0 14 a 016 Eggs. 023 a 021 Live Chickens (hans). OM a Ol. Spring Chickens ._. 015 a C18 Potatoes, par nu. 90 a 1 00 Sweet Potatoes. IPO a 200 Onions, per bushel. 090 a 100 A polas, per bbl. OOO a 3 60 Dried Peaches, pealed. 0 10. a 014 Pork, per 100 Ibe. 7 60 a 8 60. Bacon, conn try bams. 016 a 015 Beat sugar-cured hams.. 0 16. a 016. Breakfast Bacon. 0 If. a 0 16. Sugar-cured shoulders. 0 10 a 010. Bulk shoulders..... 0 10 a OH Dry Salt sides. OH. a 011| Fatbacks. 010 a Olu Bellies..-. Ollja Oil Sagan? Brown . 4 75 a 485 Oft A. OOO a 5 00 Con/, standard. OOO a 625. Granulated. 6 36 a 6 66 1 Coflees?Rio . 010. a 014 LaQuayra. 015 a 016 Java._. 018 a 026 MolaasuB. 8. 0? a 014 CB. 017 a 022 New Orleans. 0 20 a 046 Sugar Syrups._. 016 a 030 Porto Rioo._. 018 a 036 Balt-fl.A. 067 a 0 68 Fine. 080 a 100 Turk's Island. 100 a 100 fl ool?long, unwashed.? 028 a 029 Wuhed. 028 a 029 Merino, unwashed. 028 a 029 Do. washed. 028 a 029 Herring, _______ per bbl. 6 75 a 7 60 Potomac No 1. 300 a a__ No. 1 Cot Potomac Herring 325 a 360 Potomat family roe. 4 60 a 600 Do. half barre). 2 26 a 300 Potomac Shad, per hilfbhl... a 760 Mackerel, small per bbl. 13 00 a 1400 No.3 medium. WOO a 1460 No. 2. 1500 a 1600 Plaster, ground, per ton. 4 50 a 600 Ground iu bags. 500 a 660 Lamp.. 3 50 a 3 75 Clover Beed. 660 a 7 60 Timothy. 226 a 260 Hay. 1660 a 17 6* Kodol isacomh'nsti.m of the natur.il di? gestive juices an I it d g ats all class-* of food sn I etery k n. of fal, so you see it will do the work that th- n ? _a<-n iuelf does. Sold hy W, F. Creighton * Co. The Hen kind is the bea kind. They wear where others fail. We are sole age_tt fer (be fsmous Hess shoe for men. J. A. Marshall A Bro , 412 King street LET US .ET ACOLAINTED. ONE POUND OF OUR Tea, Coffee or Butter and you will know where to come for the best . . Special Prices on Every? thing Friday and Saturday. C. S. H. COBB, GROCER, ? ? 6*2 King Street. ssp6 lm Nicklin'* Hair Toole is ths remedy far dandiufi an4 ail scalp diaeuaa, Itisallr'ght 26.-, 60c aad $1.00 bottles. _. M. LIADBaUTK- A SONS, DEUBEE F0_ PLAINTIFF. In the Corporation Court t >day in ihe csu of Oananea Pi'.tsborg Copper Co. vs. O. I. Esstirdsy a decree wu entered for $375 for plaintiff and an order en* tered for ibe ule of 7,800 sharu of Ihe capital stock of the company, the par value of which is %fx per share. K. H. doz, sergunt, waa appointed to sell the stock._ MASONIC.?A nailed communication of ALEXANDRIA-WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 22. A., F. A A. M., will be held at the Temple THIS (Tues lay) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock for work. lt_A. Q, UHLER, Secretary. ^7XHT\~ _ LOST.?Sunday afternoon, lady's open face OOLDW.TCH; monogram "t*. G. P.r on back; black fob with gold medal attached with owner's name?"Hallie Patterson." lib? eral Reward will be paid if returned to JAS. PATTERSON, expiess office, 107 north Wssh ington street or 1010 Cameron street. octa iw?_ L03T.?On Suudav, either on Cameron strut, betweea Fayette and Henry, or on Fayette street, between King and Cameron, a CHAIN and LOCKET with initials "A. M. P." Ths Under will please return lt to No 111 north Fayette street and receive reward, octti 3t?_ LOST.^-Ou Sunday, between the Potomac yards and Queen street, a lady's GOLD WATCH; crystal missing. Reward if re? turned to Mrs. GEORGE WELLS, 427 Queen street._ LOST.?On Ut* 10 30 electric train from tbis city to Washington, a greup of PHOTO? GRAPHS ina folio. A suitable reward will be paid for their return to this office. ocl6 3t*_ LOST.?Friday norning near King and Royal streets a black POCKETBOOK containing a 6'.-trip hook of car tickets and %t 79 in cash; owner's name on book. Re? ward if returned U814 N. Columbas street. oct3 3.*_ WANTED. ~ WANTED.-A TINNER'S HELPEB; boy with experience pieferred. No cigarette smoker need apply. GEO HUE A. N'ORK'S, 120 south St. Asaph street. oct3 3t CARRIAGE.. AWHEbLOFF or any of the numberless mishaps that occur to the be., of vehicles in consequence of bad roads, trolley tracks or careless driving can be repaired in the be_. man? ner, durable and efficient, at our repair shops. Our work always gives thorough satisfaction, as the testimony of our former pa? trons shows. Myers Brothers, 115 North Pitt Street sepli lyr CHINA, QLAH8 AND BOU.EKURN. I8HINO GOOIV*. Perfection Oil Heaters, - - $4.25 Air-tight Stoves from $1.69 to $5.98 (Elbow and pipe with eacn stove.) ''tove Pipe, - - - - lac joint Elbows,.lie each Coal Hods, 20c, 25c and 35c each ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt aad King Sta i _ Lord Fairfax Whisky Recommended by ad physicians for family aod medicinal use. Sold by ail firs! class dealers at $1.00 PEK FULL QUART. Can also be purchased in pints and half pints. F-A-IIR,-?1 A.___: &c OO. i Sole Proprietors,.Alexandria, Va. Cigars Speak for Themselves. Reputation of a world wide character can only be gained by the ingredients used in the manufacture of goods. What is nicer than a good smoke? rtfYft Perfecto j***?!/*? A fa\_^ Need no intro lilli/ Choire j l|l 4 UV duction to the l/Ull p|antation Vi Url MA sj people of this Big Four ^ section. A trial order will convince you. HAMIL-TON & CO., Manufacturers.323 King Street. Is a close se?ond to June in the matter of Weddings. An- var ticipating the demand for things suitable for Wedding fy Gifts we are showing a complete line of beautiful Silver- fri wore, handsome Clocks and exquisite Cut Glass. iii Our prices are all right, and you will find good values Ma for your money if you purchase here. f FULL STOCKS. FAIR PRICES. ] PROMPT ATTENTION. Saunders <& Son, jg JEWELERS-629 King St.-SILVERSMITH > aa_____________________a_^^ Make a flood Impression Upon your correspond? ents by using neat sta? tionery. Good printing costs but little more than the cheap, shoddy kind. I will be glad to submit prices and samples. .Robert S.jBarrelt Printing 112_South Fairfax St i Bell.Phone 149. JEWELERS. ?*>+**?*? rn R.C. ACTON .SONS, JEWELERS & S LYE 3 SMITHS request your inspection of the most comprehensive showing they have ever made of Silver Cut Glass ? - AND - - : Hand Painted China, suitable for weddings. _____ t AMmjMESTj^ -_j___ir__)'*^r__r__r_fj _.. ^ Popular with J Bf Popular with] the people ja BJ the people I ATA rzKaTAl alVAavXKAX* WA\ ^ Alexandria Opera Honse .J S r'ntlre ('hanger! Program Hall.. ^1 3?TBE BENNETS?3 In a New Sketch. EXTRA In Motion Pictures. 8?SUBJECTS?8 Of stirring inter'st sod laughing c< rnedy. W. O. BUSEY will ba beard io popn Isr songs. ADMISSION,.5c and lOo Alexandria Amusement Co 426 Kinj. Street A Goad Repentance. The Maiden Ladies and a Bull. Copenhogen Z o o 1 ogical Garden. Strategem Rewarded. WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY Admission.5c. Elite Picture Co. SCHULER'S HALL. BIG SHOWlTONIGHT. WILL REPEAT BY REQUEST The Ve_tal Virgins, a beautiful hand-colored pia ta re. Cowboy's Elopement. Western story. Thieving Hand. Sold Again. I Won a Pig. Very tunny. Mr. J. A. Trunnell will sing "That's Gratitude" and "Some? body Lied " ONE PRICE TO ALL, ? ? FIVE CENTS. sepl tf B. B. SMITH. ___a_ar. The Finest of Everything. Genuine Virginia Cured Hams, 18J4c pound. Sweet COUNTRY CIDER, 20c a gallon ? 0...0.0 THOS. LANNON. Cor. Cameron and Pitt Hts. (ROOBBIE-.. jsst ITS MM/ Sells Urn Bsa*, 5 Cases NEW Cream of Wheat Just Received. G. Wm. Ramsay. TRUE FRUIT SYRUP. Raspberry and Strawberry G. Wm. Ramsay. Full Line 0. Wm Ramsay 7 cents a package. G. Wm. Ramsay, .NEW Mc. Raisins r Flour of the Entire Wheat AND Fancy Head RICE. c o??o G. Wm. Ramsay. ? ? ? Mrs. E A. Proctor 414 KING STREET Wishes to _-_o__ca her open mit of Fall u. Willer Millinery On Tuted ay, Wedncadiy and Thur-day, October 4, 7, and 8 oct* St