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" i.ocaiTmatters. Sun Table. gnn riaae tomorrow at 7.26 and aeU at 6.11. Weather Probabilitiea. For thi* aeetinn fair weather and wariuer toniirht"'"! Sunday; minimum temperature aboat J '. light to mooVrate aonth and aooth ajreat wiuda_? ...?_ Church Service9 Suoday. ('hii?t(jii KCH.-Rev. Wm. J. Mortou reetor Suoday achool at 9:30 a. m. Servicea at 11 a. m. and 7:W p. m. by tbe reetor. sr Pails Cpi-kch?Servicea 11 a. m. . by Rev. 1>.1'.Phillipa. 0BACB < in K(H-Rev. Edgar Carpenter. reetor Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. Sun? day achool at fcIO a. m. Sermon at 11 a, m. and 7J0 i>- m by thfl reetor. I.MMAMUti. J.cthbban CnrjRCH?Sunday 0a.m. Servicea at 1030 a. m, by Kev. II. W. t.roaa. 8T. Maby'h CHUBCH?Firat maaa at 7 a . m. Ma*? and aermon at 10.30 a. ni. Veapera aud bene lietion 4 i>. aa. Baooaro PisicshytkkianChttbch?Sunday achool at 9M h. bl Servicea at 11 a. m. and 7.H0 p. aa. ?>y Kev. J. R. Sevier. Baktikt Chvrch?Sunday achool at 9:S0. PreafhiuK at 11 8. m. by Rev. W. F. Watsin and 1M p ni. by an An'i Saloon League r?i>.-?t-ntatlve. , , M) BAiTisTCnURCii.?Sunday achool at feSO b. ?? *nd pr*aching at 11 a. m. by Kev. W. E L->nkford Trinity Mkth. Epih. CnnRCH-Rev. Oebom Balt, paator?Saobath achool at 9:30 a. m. Pretxhiugat 11 a. m. by Kev. .1. M. Pilcher. I). i , aad 7.:<0 p. m by the paator. Kpworth L?ague atfi.Wp. m. BBTBAVT ' Ishkprsdet M. P. Chttbch ?Ronui Fairfax atreet?Sunday achool at jj.;j0n aa at 11 a. in, and 7.30 p. ni. byR.v I r .. ?, \li rH.Erm CcTTTBOS Sorrra-Rev. Charlei D Bullii. paetor.?fcM ?. m. Sunday achool. 8?rvi ea Bt 11 a. w. by Rev. J. D. McAli>ter and 7 M p. aa, l>? the paator. Epworth Xrfaijiie ac 6.0 p m. Mrth. I'rot. Church?Sunday achool at p-30 a. ni. Hcrvices at 11 a. aa. and 7:3J p. in. by F.ev. J. M. Uolmea, i>. D FBJBB atBTHODiat Church?Lee atreet near Wilke??Servicea at 11 a.m.2:30 and 7:*> p. in. by Rev. John Cavnaugh. Vl LLA?K CHAPKL, M. E. CHUHCH SOtTTH Oibbon atreet, near Alfred.?Sunday achool at ai)i'!' i:\v ClIAPEI. M.E.ChcrchSocth Bun-b.j achool at 2. Preaching at 11a. m. Epwrtb I^?Kueat8p. m. Di:i Kay Bai-tistCuiki ii -Preachingat 7.30 p. m. Alms IIourk?Servicea at 3:00 p. m. laxanoa?Ooraaw Fairfax and Jbrankhn atreet. i-ervicea at ? p. m. ROBXBTB (IIAPKI., M. E. CHPBCII (color? ed)?r-unday achool ai 9:30 a. m. Preachiiig at 11 a. na, aud 7:30 p. m. Epworth League MBAOI Chapbi.?Sunday achool at 3:30 p. m. Evening aarfica at 5 p.m. LJB&UTY Baptist Chukch (colored)? nortU Alfred atreet-BaT. W. Il.Johuaon, paa? tor Sabbath Scbool 9:30 a. m. Servicea at 1 a. m and 8 t>. m. TBAIN8 cur our. M rcbanta and buainesa men io tbe Harris.onburg aection are up in arroa again.it the 8)Utbern Rallway Oompaoy. Au ord^r waa rrcelved yeeterday frtm headqimrlera la Alexandrla cutting ofl bo ii ibe through freight traina ronning betwecti liairtaonbuig aod tha Potomac y r'-, Ooo ihroogh daily frelght from B)l'.itnor? and anotoer locaf from S.rae bur^ are all tbat ia ieft toeerve the Har neonburg eud of the valley. The mer chan-adeclara that tbe removal ofthe traios will aeriooaiy bamper trade rela tious with Bshimore aad olher poiot*. Pointa bettvotu Harriaonburg and Straa bur< will bo tho worat tufierera. Hureti i Jte It has been tbe cmtom for tbe 8 raaburg >ooal to lake freightofl the Potomac >arJ train aod diairlbute it along tho f>0 mile atretch between Har rlsonourg aad 8;raaburg. By tbe ra moval ot the heighte ita looka aa though all tbo Hsrriaonharg eectioo will be cat ofl from Virgiuia and Marylaod by way of tbe FutoQ.ac route. FINEl) FIFTY DOLLAR3 EAOH. Ab.ut bali.paat twelve o'clock laet nlgbt Oliicers Knigbt and Young heard a.^v;ral pistol ahota in tbe wea ern aeo tion of theciiy, and npon making an Inveatigation tbey found Lawrence BrUbt, Le Diowna and Beroard Pettlt t>t ltuS; und Uommerce atreets. Bright bad a piaiul ia his baud which he aald bel .nged to Drownr. Tbe offlcera con rluc;ed tnem to tho atation houae. Pettit bsing cba'ged with dianrderly condnct, be waa relessej upon leavlog five dol lara collatera!. He failed to appear this morning, and forfeited hia deposit flrigbt aod Drowns were bronght btf n the folico C -utt, when the former agalo aild tbe platol belonged to Drowna who bad hsuded It to him lorlnap?c'.lOD. Th aveap :n is of the oaagtz ne type and car ?lea oine cartridgee. Drowna admlttel tba: ba wa* theowuer of thepiatol, They wera fined |.o() escK ORAND OUANUELLOR COMING. TbemembtrH of Odenlal Lodge, No. 6, KMghis o? Pythai, will aasemble In their hall oo nortb Fltt a'reet nrxt Toea <Say mght at r.^ea o'clock to welcome Cba R v. J)bu Halbivell Dickloaoo, of Bicbmond, gra.-.d chancellor aod bead of tha ordr U) Virg:o:a. Two com paniea of tho onilorm rank K. of P? of Waahicgtop, will arrlve oo tbe electrio cars about 7:30 o'clock, and tbe entire bodr of Pytaims will rxarch to the Youug Pe.ipls's B illdlng on aouth Wash iot.ton atratt, wbere thogrand chancellor will daliver au addreaa. Mr. Dickinaon is an abic, tarueai ap aker, and hae made ao nnf.rrctdi.oieJ rccorJ in tbe order, bavipg aetved three conaerative terma aa grand chancellor ol the atate. Deputy Or.nd Chancellor, Erneat R Boyer, cnairtu m vi tbe committee of arrange BaMote, ia ia cbarge of the muaical pra graoaae, anj a treat ia promiaed tboae ?bo stieur'. THE ALEXANDRIA QAZBRB. Tba' txceilent paper, tbe Alexandrla tlar-tte, li>s neek c'oaed itaone buodred aod tentb v hime. We wiah tbe "mother of ptpera" mucb aucceaa ia ber old age, and tl?\ proapsrltf be ?*Ub her alwjya. ?[Alexandria County Mooltor. VVitb theendiog ofthe old year the Alexaodiia Qaaatta cloaed ita 110.b volume. Ibe featurea tbat have made it accepable, even iodUpeoaable, to paat geoerationr, bind it with cqual force to the prtaent, and we *isb it ever increaa Ing p-osperity? Falafai Herald. OARPENIEhS' USION. At a meetln? )l the Oarpjn'.era' aod Joloeri' L:ca'., No. 1665, at ita hall, Tbursday oight, tbe foiloaing officera avere inilalel by Mr. J >hn T. Harriaoo: Btymoad C.eveland, prealdeo'; Grafton Trenary, vlce preaidenl; Thomsa R. Fooes, recrding secretuy; C. A. How arJ, rioancial secretary; Alphonao Lucta, tfaaaajftr; Q, L Toomba, aergeaot-a: ilffja, aurt W. H. Scott, conductor. Ao oooncement wrb made tbat beginoiog Apr'l 1 acsl the wagea of carpeoters in Alexandria would be increaaed from f 3 to |8 50 per day._ Doabk'bcader toDi|ht?Armory Hill( MUBDER IN THE FIK3T DEGREE Mr. B G. Brent, commoowealth'a attoroey, cloaed the argament for tbe ?tate ehortly before 5 o'clock yeaterday afterooon in the trlal, io the Oorpcra tion Oonrt, of Henry Bmitb, colored, for compliclty in the morder of Walter F Bcboitz, aod a few minatea later the oiae waa given to tbe jury. After deliberatlng aboatao bcor the jary were eacorted ?o anpper, court hav mg io the meanlime taken a rtceea uotil 7:80 o'clock. Tbejiry retaroed to the court room in aboat ao hour at which tlme a nom* ber ofpinoue, moatly wbite, were oo tbe pavement aoxioaa to get into the room oot of the bltiog wiod, also for the porpoae of beariog the verdict. The door waa locked aod a policemen waa atandiog witbin. Oomparatvely few were allowed to enter. At 7:45 o'clock the jary eotered the coart room aod aaked a defioiticn of tbe crime of auarder, and ita difhreot de Jadge Barley read the aeotion ia tbe code re'atiog to marder. The jary retired and at 8:15 there waa a koock on tbe door of tbeir room, aod when tbe city aergeaDt reBponded he waa informed that the jary badreach ed a verdict. Jadge Barley waa not In the room at the tlme, bat he waa qaickly eummoned and tbe jary entered. After the roll had been calhd, the foreman, J. D. Jonta, haoded the dep oty clerk tbe followlng verlic : ?<We, tbe jary, fiae Henry Bmitb gallty of marder in tbe firat degree." Tbe jary waa then polled and eacb rnember annoooced tbat tbe above waa bia verdict. Mr. R. I). Brnmtack movetl an ar reat of jadgment and tbe aettirg aaide of the verdict aa cootrary to the Iaw and evidence io the taae. Jadge Barley aononnced tbat be wonld hear argameote on the motlon at the oext term of the coart, and he or dered that Bmith ba retaroed to jail. The condemoed man manlfeated no aoeaaloeaa after the verdict had been read, and later walked away with tbe ofBcera appBreotly In aa nndiaturbed frame of mind or wbeo be entered the coort bonae. Io diachargiDg the jary Jadge Barley thanked tbe membrra for their aervicea. They lelt for their homea in Oharlottea ville thla moroiDp. Bmitb atill aaaerta thst he ia insocent of tbe crime with wbicb be Ia charged. Bmitb aent a note to Jndge Barley today, bnt the latter belog out of tbe city, the contenta coold not be learned. It ia laid tbat tbe condemoed man aaks to be aent to tbe jail in Alexandria ciunty or to Ricbmond. A verdict of marder in the firat degree baviog beeo retorned agaioat him, there ia no necee alty for taklog him out of the city. Th* note la b lieved to tontaln Bomethiog more imjorant lhan ia referred ti above. 8TILL AMY8TERY. Four years ago today 'he matllated body of George N*. Ourtio waa brought to the aorface by two men who wero eo gaged in draggiog for ao aochor Ic the dock adjoluiog the alip of the Waahing too aod Alexandria ferry. Tbe youog man bad been miasing for two weeka, aod the sotborities from tbat day to tbia bave beeo noable to ttace him alnce be wbb last aeeo allve oo the froot atep of a hooee on Princess etreel, oear Lee, abont half- paat two o'clock oo the pre vicua Ohrlatmaa morniog. Mtny aua pecta were takrn lu cuatody duriog aev eral weeka that followed tbe fiading of tha body, aod a'. timea it looked aa tboagh tbe mnrderer or morderere were io tha net, but all p oved to be cold traila, aod tbe brotal munler aod aubatqaeot casting into the river of bia remalna ia one of Alexandria's moat myiterloos morier roysterioaa. The maoner io which Ourtin bad been butcbered ebowed tbat mr re tbao one peraon waa engaged ia bie marder._ BAR ASiOOIATION. The Bir Asaoclation of the Sixteenth jadiclal clrcuit oompoaed of the city of Alexandria and the countiea of Alexan? dria, Fairiax aod Prioce William meet at 11 o'clock this morning at the office ol ita prealdent, Col. Franols L. Smith. Ool. Bmtth preaided aod Mr. R. G Fm ney waa aecretary. The attendaoce waa large and tbedlacnaalonBlotereatiog Tbe committee appoioted by the prealdent at tbe laat mettirg to dralt a conatltation aod by-lawa made ita report wblch with a few rainor changea waa adopted. The prealdent waa requeeted to ap pdnt a committee oo ethica and lo re; port at the oext meeting. The Dfrt aooual meetiug will be beld io tbia clty next January. After tbe adjournmenl tbe membera of tb) aaaociation by invitation proceeded ta the reaideoce of Ool. Smith wh re they were moat hoapitably eotertaiotd. BASKEEBALL. Laat n'ght at Armory Hall a large enthuaUstic lo~ of 'ans wltoeaaed a very fait gamr of baaketball by two of tbe amaller teama, which resulted in a flt> tory for tbe Y. M. 8. L jr., by a score of30 to 8. The playir-g of Hayden for tbe l.yceumlt.a witb Nugent a cloae aecond fcatured the game. For tbe Btodenta, Ridgeley aod Wella eeemed to ba the only onre that wpre able to flnd tbe cagee. The lioe up an 1 aummary aa followa: Y. M- 8. L. Poaitions 0. W. H. S ()wena.H. F.Keardon Nrgent.L. F.: VVel a Rolnd.Center. Ridgfley Havden.R. G.....Pitu 11,11.L. G.Barnett Goilsfrom field -'wens (1), Nugent (I), Roland (3), Haydei (7), Wella (2), Wdgtley (2). Uoala from foul Rrland aal Hayden. Ktferee? Mr. Thompson.Old Pominion. Um pire-Mr. Cline. Tircer-Mr. Roth. Ft.Hunt. *corers- Meairs. Trenary and Schohald.C. A. C. Time of halvea ?0 minutea, poliob'"ooubt. [Juatlce H. B. Oatoo prealdlog] The followlng caaai wera diapcaed of tbia mornine: Lawrence 1'rlgh: aod Lee Drowni, cba'ged with carrying c ncealed weat<ona, were fined $50 eacb. Biroard Pettit, cbarged with disor derly condnct, forfelted hia colla'.eral by failing to appear. Waab. Jacksoo, colored, charged with removiog bouaehold uteoails from a houae oo oorth Fairfax atreet, was dla miaaed opoo promiaing to reatore tbem to tbe owoer of tbe houae. FED BY THE RAVENS. Sunday nlght Rev. J. R. Sevier will pr ach the aecond of bia hiitorical atudiea io tbe Old Teatamenf, baviog for his theme Eliatb, the Baveo fed mao. A catdial (oviUtion U glveo to tbe MbHc, OFFI0ER3 INSrALLED. At the reaular meetiog of Potomac Lodge, No. 38,1. 0. O. F., beld laat night at their bull, Graod M?ater Edwin P. Turoer, who mada an cfl'uial viaita tion.waa received by a committee of fite aud introduced to the lodge. After a very cordial welcome by Noble Graod B. E Arnold, a receptlon waa beld when tbe vlaitora and the local members berame acquainted aod had a warm haod abake with the graod maater. Degree Maiier W. L. Martlo waa on hand aod went through with aome of the work of the degrcea which wis hlghly appreciated aa it was ioatmctive aod intereattng. The addresa by tbe graod maater waa a fioe.maaterly aod elegant portrayal oftbe greatwovk tbeorderla doiogin tbia atate and of the home and work of the orpban age locattd at Lyochbarg. After apeech ea by Mcaarr. Green, of Rbode Ialaod, A. B. 0. Siirera, ol darepta Lodge, aod aod Rev. Edgar Oarpenter, Dapnty Grand Maater 0. W. O'Meara inatalled the followlog offlcerelna vervimpreaaive maooer: Noble Graod, W. E. Lttbam, ir ? tice grand, L. E. Btarnell; ratord ing aecretary, W. A. Oonwaj; finaoetal aecretary W. E. Lalhan, ar.; treaaurer, L. Morgao D?via;chaplaln,EJgar Lylea; aaaiaUnt chaplalo, N. L. WilliamaoD; Wardeo Geo. R. Bmith; rigbt anpport to ooble graod, A. J. Ball; left eoppjrt noble grand, N. R. Davie; rlght aopport 83 vlce grand, J. H. Moaot; left aop? port to vice graod, H. 0. Thorotor; B. S. B., J. J. Mloor; L. 8. 8, Goorgs dootbard; inaide gnard, R. K. Makely; oataide guard, J. Frank Peverall. Aftei cigmbad been diatribated aod pleaa aotriea iodalged lo, the lodge cloaed oear the midnight bonr, all feeliog tbat ll bad been good for them to have beeo preaeat. PERBONAL. Miaa Virfelnia Oorae, of Faoqnler, ia viaitiog Miaa OommlDga oo Oameron atreet. Mr. Richard M. Lalham, who fell on the lce at the corner of Oameron aod Rjyal strecta a ftw nlghta ago and aerl oualy iojated bis back, baa been taken to the Alexandria Hoepital for treat meot. Mr. Jamea A. Javloa and Mr. D. A. Prettymao, who recently mored to Waahiogton with their faml'lea, have retnroed to tbia ;lty. ^?iite a nomber of th9 joarg people of Alexaodrla were very pleaaanily en tertalned with maaic, vocal and inatra "Biental, laat ivenlog, by the Mlaaaa Grace Blakeaell and Lyda Slmpaon in tbe parlota of .he Braddock Hooae. FUNKRiL. The funeral of the late Arch'e Foro. ahill, a Waahiogton, Alexandria and Mooot Vtraoo Rallway motorman, who fell from a car tnto Little Hun iog cre;k near Moaot Vernon Wedneaday afterooon and waa drowned, took place tbia afternoon from the reaidence of Mr. VV. J. B. Doocan, 017 nortb Oolomboa atreet*. Tbe aervicea were condocted by Rev. W. J. Morton, reetor of Obriat Obarob, and Rev. Joaeph B. Bevler, paator of tbe Bscond Preabyterlao Ohorcb. The (pallbearera were Harry Arnold, L Beahm, Bsroard Clloe, Frank Heialey, William E. Litham, jr., aod G. K. Ballard. The employeea of tbe Waabiogtoo, Alexaodrla aod Mouot V*roon Rallway Ormpany aent a bffcutifal flnal trlbnte. The iotermeot waa io Bethsl Oemetery. LA8T 8ERVI0E. Laat night at tbe Firat Baptlit Ohurch Rev. W. M. Poiaal, paator of the B.thany M. P.Oburcb, preached the laat aermon of the week of prayer aerv icea. Hia tbeme waa the "Revelatloo of JfBQB Ohriat, God maaifeated Io tbe Fleab." Ha ahowed how the heaveoa cannot explaln God'a love, tbe flowers cannot explaln It, nor can the moat Icarnel phlloaopher. It ia cnly wheo Gad reveaU Hlmaelf Io Hia aon born of womao tbat Hia love ahlnes forth in Ita preatloe^oIearneM. He came brioglog life and immorlality to light The meet Inga have been moat pleaaant aod profil able to all who have ateoded, THE RIVER. There ia a'ill cooaidarable ice Ia the rlver, but it la brokeo In myriada of small plecea aod drifU up and dowo witb the tide. The ateamer Newport Newa arrlved up frooa Norfolk about oo time, but the ateamer 9'. Jobna, from tbe tame port, was aeveral houra la'.e. The iteamer Oity of Mllford la achrd nled to leave here tomorrow mornlng for river laodioga. Frelght for Ooloolal B.aoh la belog traoaported by tbe ateamer 8 . Jobna. DAUG3TER8 OF AMERIOA. At the meetlcg laat nlgbt of Minnt Veroon Oooncil, No. 1, Daogbters of Amtrlca, tbe followlng cfflcera were in atolled by Mra. J. H Mansfield, deputy natinnal couno'ilor: Oounclllor, Mrs. Mimie Hameralej; vice coooclllor, Mra, Faonie RIsdon; werder, Mra. L. Ticrr; (oodactcr, Mra Aooie Dawk; aula'aot aecrctary, Mr?. Faoole Olapdore; Icaide aeotiael, Mias Leoa Spittal; ootalde ?eotloel, Mra Eila R'adoo. After the adjonmmeot of the coaocil ihe membera aod vlaitcrs, inclodirg dlatrlct ttate officera from Waahington, repalred lo Rsmmel'a cafe where they partlcipated io a bacqaet. REVIVAL 8ERVIOE8. Rsvivel servlcea will b gln at Trlolty Methodlat Episcopal Chnrch tomorrow. There will be preacbing at 11 a. m. by Rev. J. M. Pilcber, D. I)., in tbe in t?reat of the Aniiaaloon Leagoe. There will be rrpacbiog at 7.80 a. ro. by tbe p-.stor. On Monday at 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. R Sevier will condoct tbe aervice*; nn Tae^day at 7:80 o'clock, by Rev. Edear Oarpeater- oo Wedoeeday at 7 30 o'clock, by Rev. Oaboro Belt; on Tnoiaiay at 7 ">0 o'clock, R?v. J. M. H)lmea, aod oo Friday at 7:30 o'clock, b? Rev. E E. Msraball, paator of Nortb Oiplial M. E. Churob, Waahlogtoo, Y. M. 8. L. va A. L. I. aod O. D. va. Fort Ha it. Two gsmee Arruory Hall toolght. OPERA HOU8E. Tonight will be the laat cpportoolty of ?eeing the Gav Juhoaon Oompany In "The Mooey L*oder," which la with out a doubt tbe most aaoaiog farca comedy tiveo by tbat organizatloa thia atason. A laogh every minate is the r.i e, and a anre core for the bloea Ia guaraoteed._ A rare bargaio and oae tb it ia laat !og can ba obtaicad at tba aboa aicre of Joho A. Maraball A Broa., 4x2 Kiog itrttt, Look at tba wiodof dlapWy, Washinqton - ? - ? D.C. $2 to $3 Umbrellas $1.29 Sizea for men and women. 1,000 io tha lot. Covera of union taffeta, wblch is a mixture of silk-and linen, plain or tape edtfcs, sreel ro<>, some 7 and 8 ribbed umbrellas in the lot Plain directoire or silver.gold plated and pearl trimmed sticke Those for men have plain box-wood or hard wood handlea, with silver or gold plaited trimra.^d caps; 28 in gize. GGLONIAL DAMl'8. A wer. attended aod nrat Intereatiog meetiog cf >he Alexaodrla Oircle of Onlonlal Diirn *a? beld yesterday afternoon with Mu Lorcnce Stabler at her home oo e mtb ?t Aaapb atreet, Mrr. J. Btbwart Jamien'n prealdiog. A dellgbtfal paper on "Alexa.,?r|,>> |D n8 colooial da?a, cootribaled b;b>?iiB Mar* garet V. Smith, waa aa eoter?i0|og (eatore of tbe meetlng. At the conon. alon of bualoesa tbe memb?ra of iht eircle were charmlogly eotertaloed by their hoeteaa; the decoratlooa of dloiog room and table were raost aula'.ically catrled oat in tho baff aad tbe blae, DOUBLE HEADER TONIGHT. The donble header to be played at Armory Hall to-oight will attract a larger crowd tbaa aoy-othar taaket ball cooteat tba> baa beeo held here thla year. The Y. M. B. L, aod A. L. I. qaiote will play cff the tle game of laat Tneaday night. SSoold tbe A. L. I. qulot wio it will tle tbeae two teama for 6rat place in tbe leagae etioding, and tbia, with the fact tbat tbeae two teama played to a tle io tbe laat game, the faoa cao figore that they will aee tbe warmeat and hardeat conteeted game ol the year. The other game on the caUn dar for to nlght will be the 0!d Damin ioo (Glaaa Factory) and the Fort Hoot. MEN'B MEEriNG. Rev. J. D. McAllater will make the aidrees at the meo'a meetiog io tbe Yooog People'a Bjlldlog tnmorrow at 3:80 p. m. Hla enbjact will ba "Eu? largiog Llfe." All men are cordially lovited. [ BRADDOOK HOU3E MIB3ION. Io the Braddock Hoaae Miaslon, com mencing at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow eveo Iog, Dr. D. H. Blakewell will apeak on the orlgln aod eod of the aicie'Wa popnlarly known to the church and churcbea o( all denomloaihna. The leotore la free to all ioUrested. LOOAL BREV1TIES. The prlce of oyatera baa advaoced. The Jaouary lerni of the Corporatlf n Coart will beglo Mooday. Tbe iofaot daoghter of 0?car and Liura Boathard died at her pareota' home, 429 WMkea atreet, laat nlght. There waa a ?ma!l aopply of cooutry produce io market ihia moniiog. There waa co materlal cbange io pricea from thoae of tba past fe? weeka. Mra. Oara Wilkioa cat cfl one of her fipgera while eogaged io spllttlotr klod* llog wood at her home on aouth Fairfax atreet thla afternoon. The temperaturemcderated tbia moro log aod at 3 o'clock tbia evcniog Ibe mercury atood at 30*. Tbe akiea haa beeo tl.ar with biight auuahiue. Tba rlae In the prlce of pork io tho big mtrkets waa reilxted here today wbeo eaaaage aold in tbe market at from 16 to 20 centa a pouod. Tomorrow will be Anti BalOM Leagae Day ia thla city aod acrtioes will be beld In aeveral chnrcbtaaccordlog to ao* oouocemen'a preriooaly made io the aHaatlt. At the Firat Baptlat < 'lurch tomorrow morolog the autject of Hev. W. F. Wat ?on'a aermon will he "t-ijnlwlonlog Io the New Trar." At nlght a repreaenta tivo of the Anti S .loou f.aagoe will make ao addreaa, Tbe exfcativa commltbje of the Bao day Sobool Workera' A?aoclatloo will meet !n tbe Baoday achool room of the Methjdlst Proteatant Oburch tomonow afternoon at 3 o'clock for tbe pnrpoae of arraogiog a programme for fhe regnlar meetiog oo tbenra.9j.oday In Febraary. Armoor & Oo., who have receolly parohaaed the proper y at the oortbeaat coroer of Oameron acii Henry alreele, will begln tbe erectloo of their oew plaot oo tbat alte oext mootb. Ibe work of removing the brick bulidloga will be commeoced witblo the oext few daja. Y M B. L vc. A. L. I. aod 0. D. va. Fort Haot. Two garaea Armory Hall tonlght. When yon'ra feeliag in a grol humor. Wheu all the world looka bright and roay ar.d your aoirlU are'?ray up in high C. Wh'n your eyea are ih'olng with the joy of living aod you beglo to forget there ia tuch a thing aa care and worry in all thia wide, wide world, then oome to tbe Auth Market. Ceme to the only atore in Al-xvidria where you ean buy Freah Weat tbat will make you "feal good"juattolxik at it. Tbe kiud that alwaja give ? .tur'iction. The kinl "jon" wint. Come when yon're imiling and lit'e aeemi like a dream of Paradiae, and tbat anvle wont e?er w<?ar ofl. Bylvan Rlond heim, The Aoth Stand and The Anth Marktt, Donble-headar tonlght?Armory Hal', O-uld anythiog look neater on a oaa foot thaa tho footwear to ba foond at tba ahoe atore of Joho A. Msrahall & Bro. Glanca at the wfndnw diaplay. Yoa can make the boltdiy aeuoo mo/e appreolated If yoa preaent aome dear frieod with a palr ol tbe biodaome ahoea ahown la Marahall'a wlndowa. Coal Coke Wood Ba wiaa?Bay your fatl be/ora the eevere weatbar.Wa offer beat quality.prompt deli very aod loweat market prioe. Phone 05. DaW. AITt HBfiON. 107 aooth Boyal atreet PR RENT?Twe larga corpfortable rooraa; alao one hall room, wtll heaitd ind with ali noJern ocovenieucee; with or without board: Apply at No. XH nonh Waahiogton ilreet. Phone S19 J decSO t/ IO INDCCEMENTS TO SALrSMEN" of abllity to aall labriaatiog oila ani gr?a?M on oommiation, fhaopioo Refitiing Co., ClmURd, 0. janl wSt-a DRY 0001)8. 8tore Wi 1 Ba Opaa Tlll 9 o'Olock Tooight. Bargains in Silk Petticoats *7 50 Silk Petticoats at $4.89 Black?rjo-oIori< Theae are ? a !e of an e?w||eot m heavy, roatllog tafleta; io all w, )ea(]|ri abadta; alao a few Peralana ana -..,.?? topa are io tho lot. They are cot . jj widtb, with full foaodalloo aod doai rotti ?. Actaal value of every skirt ia $7.50. Sptc'al for tbia ?a Qq $6 00 Extra Size Silk Pet* ticoats $3.89 Black Only. Tbeae are made of a flne quality taf feta ailk, with a deep fljooce flaiahrd with floe tuck?; cut foll i'?l iocbta throogh tbe hip; full foondatioo aod daatroiM;. Rrgnlar $6.00 *?-* Q/| value. Bpeclai. %PO.Oy I WA8HINGTON. D. 0. DRY GOOD3. We Start the New Year With a Ronsing REHIilT SALE The Most Glgantic Remnant 5ale Ever Held. 5,000 yards of Reranants of miscellaneous staple dry goods, the culmina tion of a very large hol iday season'a selling. Reranants of Silks, Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, Ging hams, Percalea, Outings, Hosiery, Sweaters, Un derwear, &c, &c, at al most give away pricea to effeift a rapid clear ance before stock taking. All Furs, Cloaks, Ladies* Suits, Blanketsand Com forts radically reduced. Remnant Sale All This Week. D. Benieini and Soos 316 King Street. BELL 'PHONE. HOMR 'PHONB $4750 to Invest IN FIRST MORTGAGES IN REAL E5TATE ia sums of $290 and upwardt Addreaa A..T., care Gazette office jan7 3t ________ POE RKNT Tha RATKNSWORTH FARMj poaaeaaion ?ivan January L 1?L0._ Apaly on pM? or 6y mail to MM. LU, Torkea, ftirfcj aoanty, Ylra-Oe. a?e tf S^van Bro<s KINQ AND PITT^STREETS. Daily Deliveries to All Suburbs. BLAUTIFUL White Goods and Embroideries. Monday mornlng, January tenth, we begin our annual sale of White Goods aod Embroideries. The fine snowy white goods are more beautiful than ever, and the new 1910 Embroideries, especially imported for us, are finer, pretder designs and lower in price than usual* Allow us the pleasure to show them to you. tm?MMMMMMMvMMvMvMMvM fmanhattan Shirt Sale. j) \ 5 >m shirts For Manhattan Negligee and X Fancy Stiff BosomSfa regularly sell at $1.50. $| *y & For Manhattan Shirts that 1 ? O O ^^uarly sell at $2.00. Clothinfc Sale. Suits, Pants and Overcoau ^ aj Q^ ^ regular prices. Hat Saie. See the $3,00 Hats we are selling at $2.00, saving you a doliar. Kaufmann Bpos Clothiers, Haberdashers and Tailors.' 402-405 KING STREET. FOR RENT 602 King Street Store, $40 00i 1323 Queen Street ?.$12. FJ 311 N Waahlmfton Street $40 00 324 S. Patrick Street. J ?? 121 S. St Auph Street.$25 00 I 226 N. Pltt Street. JJJ 1123 Duke Street.$14 CO i 325 S- Patrick Street. 9.0J IM S. Patrick Street.$13 001 719 Wilkes Street. 6.?f HARRIE WHITE Realty, Insurance, Bonding?628 King Street. PAWNBR0KER5 SALE ON SATURDAY, JAN. 8th. Gooda coneists of Ladiea' aml Men'a Clothlnjf, Watchea, Riuga, Clocke, Riflre, Muaical luatrumenta, dtc. Remember every article above men tioned ia pawn ple?lged. Dou't miaathe great sale. Look for the big sign?the thrce gold ball?at 304 Klng Street Jacob Rose, PAWN8ROKER. jin5 3f_ HOT EQQ SANDWICH 5c Buttermilk 5*2? 0 ?0 0 Cameron Dairy Lunch 905 KING STREET. OPEN ALL NIGHT Shaw-Walker Filing Devices AND Plow Motter Loose Leaf Ledgers ?re the devices now uaed in all firtf-claas up to-dat? huaineaa of fic?a, Wehavea dtock alwaya on harvJ Lit us shoar you. We will be glad to. R. E. KNIGHT. WALTER L. GAHAN BOIilCIIOB New Yorlc Life Inaurance Co. DKOPME A P03TAL. 522 South Alfr?d Street. Alwaaarla .Vir>iaia. WANTEO YOUMG LADY to elark ia grooary atort. F. M. ADAM*. wnar ffiHWbmafld WolfaitrMta, Jo.0 *l JKVVKI.K.KN Whirrrr Need an alarm clock to wake you these cold oorningt? Be aure to get a gocd one There are none better tban thoae we offer you from $1.00 Io $1.50 We guarantee that they'll keep good time and make noiae er ough to awaken you at the right hour, aa well. You can't run any r ak in buying any aort of a clock here. 629 King Street NOTICE.?Haviog qual'nVd a< ciecutor cf the will aod eaiat* of VVH.I.IAM 1'. WOOLL8, 8B.,doreAeed, ali peibona h.iviujc claima againat the a?id eatau* ata Bwewby noii tied topreaantthe aame, duly ve'itied hina for eettleuient. and ?!i per?n< iule.tf.1 t<> aaid eetate are bereby r.ot n >d t<? luaka promt neyment of auch lodebtedotaa to iu?. Reapcctroll'. WILLIAW WOOLLS, Kieoutor. Un4 IQt _ THK?uoa?i roMtiogof tbe ?t ? kh..lder* of tbe.MK?CANTlLK RA'I.WAY blflLD INGaoJ LOAtf A*iOClAT10N of In-, dria Va., wilbahald at 10 a aa. J li l' K i? DAY. Jaooary Su. l?lo. td t?WI8 HOOOF, ftcretftrr, |Mil