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Lrf3CAL MATTERaS. Sun and Tide Table. ?i -? l?w -? iwiwwe?4a? ?i"'i.*taat 7.16 Weatner nrobabilitiea. *w .hinsact on f.ir to_i?ht and Friday; _ _T?? wSS??rr, liabt aorikwrty w__v WEDDINO. A beaotiful hcme weddtng tonk place l.s evcniat.be realdeoce of Dr. and Mra T Maraball Jonra wben, io the proienceofrela-ivfMHnd a few Intima'e frieuda, ih-irdaugbter, Mtss E ...btth Winter Jonea, *aa married to M . Ri,h .rd Henry U*r.<r B vtrly, of Bro.d Rao the ceremjuy DelrK perfortncd by BaV Patbei Oaatoa W. Payne, u >cle of tbe bride, a?8.sted by lijv.Faiber Henry J. Ott'er. . , ? The drawing MOtna wtre artistically decorated, ?od thaaHat waaf?rmedol pilun a't-d li^bted tap ra. A aring orcbeati p 'ayeJ fie weddlng march aDd farniah d music durlrg tbe eveniog. The brMeentercd wtth her father; her only attend tot wa< her aiater, Miaa Aone L?wia Jonea; t iey *ere mot at toe ahar by the groom with hia beat man, Mr. Edjoond P. Bftot r. fha bridt, looking her lovelieM,, wore a bato I'ul go#n ol white aeteorcrepa and dtt sbtai Uce and carriad br'.de roi-?; h-r maulrf b-mnr's becom log oaturoe waa o< white radium and ber 8)wert wa* Li Franca roeca. After thP ceremooy a rtception followed which waa attended by several hnndred gmataa nnmber of wbom wer? from ont of towo. UterMr. and Mra Beverly left for ao exteLd d aomhern trip aod on their re tum they will make their bome in thia city. Amoog the outof f>wn gaeata present werB : Mr. WilMam Bsverlv and Misa D?it? B verly, of B-vfriy; Miaa F^nnie Baf erly. Btf.9d Rur; Mra. B*verly, P*na ma; Miaa Nina Uarter, Loo.dt.uo; Mr. Stine Maaon, Mwhell; Mr. and Mr?. 0. O. Bhriver, BaHimor?; Meaars. Robert and Maraball rvnith, Bahimore; Miaaea Bhriver, W. . Md ; Miaa Annit Myer and Mr. Bobt. Mver, Pikeaviile, Md ; Mr. aod Mra. WiarklJ Jonea, Atla'oU, G* , Mr. Ft/.gerald Jmia, Tacsoo, Arz.; MUe Hadgtee, Nirfolk: Mra. L"lla Boowdeo, Dr EigarBiow ?ien, Mr. Md Mn. Bobt. H"b, Mlea Etfi> V ui.k-, Mr. aod Mra. H*nry F. R?beit>.on,>. Door].BM*igoe, ?II of Waahlogton; Mr. aod Mr*. Ohss Wooda, Aoaapoila, M 1 ; Mr. and Mra Figlar, Atlanta, (?'.; Miaa Ohailoite Eogland, Baltiaaore; MiaB Anna B. P*yop, Baltiaaora; Mra. Mcllhaney, SUunton; Mr. Mark Bhielda, Washiog ton; M?eaie. Berea,id Hhriver, Joe Bbriver aod Wtn, Bhriver, of Weatmin tater, Md. pTnliof. cxhjrt [Jaatlce U. B. Caton preaidiog] There wbb but one caae before tbe Oourt tbia morning. William Hiiu.cr, colored, who wsb arreated yeaterday by Officor Y'un* charged with eteallnp limber from th? Boai'd-Armatrong Works on north H^oryBtrett, waa brnngbt to the bar. Jt waa Bbown ihat the lamber had beeo foand nider HittK'a bouae. II) waa floet*10. ___________ KNIGHTBOFOOLUMBUSOONCERT A grand apring concert wlll be giveo by tbe maa-bera ol 6t Panl'a Male Ohaucel Ohoir, of Waahinfrton, nnder tbe dlrectlon ol Pro<. B. T. Wincbeater, it t .p hall of tbe Y. M. B. L on Thura day, Juiip 9, at 8.16 o'clock. The con c?it will b6 undtr Ihe ainpicea of F.tz gerald Ojuocil, N.<. 4,r?!t, Knights ?f Oolumbna. The followiug soloistB will be beard at the concrr': Maater Raj mnnd King aud Ma?ter Juaeph McGar r?nhy, aopranoe; Mester Elwin Ro*<cb, c.ntralto; Dr. Henry W. Jaegcr, tenor, and J. M. 0)nDell, baritone. The Boloiat.will be aaaiated by a cborus of fit^eoi wellaelerted and trained male voicrs. Durlrg the evenlng Mr. Edwin 0. Oallow, reader tnd monologiat, will give Bome aeltctionB. AOOEPTB CALL. Rev. Heary Vanghn Ksnaders, curate of tbe Eptoeopal Cbapel of ibe Ad?eo?, Baltimorp, l ?a aeoepted a call to I/uga nor'i parish, Pttdtflek coonty, Md. He will begin hia new (!utle< Jnne 1. Mr. Btandera has bern connected with ihe Ohapel of the Adrent foroneyear, where he haa proven himaelf an able aasistant to the vicar, Rev. 0. P. -parling. He ia a grviuat i of 8t. Stcphen'e Oollfge, New york, md th? Virginia Theological Bsminary, near Alexandria. IHE OOMttT. No one had an oppertoaity l*?t night to dftermine whtthcr Halloy'a comet baa any tail eiuce Iti combat with the earth. Thecom.t Is now high up ioto? western eky and il conditiona are favorable tonlght ehoud preacnt a beautiful sight. The moon will soon be on the wane and Ita raya will not dim the brillianc/ o? the comet which will riee at about 8:80 o'clock aod should be viaible ontil afttr ln o'clock. Altboogh moving away from the earth at the rate of more Iban a miiiion mllea a day the comet will ba ?isible for eeveral weekc. MORE RAIN. There was anoner hcavy rain late yeaterday evening, acccmpanied by wlnd, thundtr acd I ghtnin*. A btaatiful ralnbiw la:er ttreicbed across tne eas' ern h>avr us. Ihe t mperauiref( 11 some wbat duri' g tbe e*rlier par; of the nlgbt acd c indliioos today have been mi d Witb oorthweaterly breezea. DOG StlOT. Mr W. 0. Dava, manager of tbe Armur Ob*i platu in thia city, wbile am tcvde near the iotersrc'un Ot Pnoce f.nd Pl t streeta tbia mrrmng was ?tttckvw by a dog which b,t him oo the ipg. Mr, D*?ia ,.roceedtd lo a it re, procured a pislol aod returoed to the localiiy where he had encnintered the dog aud 8)1 to deatb. A baaehail gam* h tween ninee, conr* p^a d ol bankfra and lawyer*, will be playtd onthe Doith Alfrcdstreetgr Uod< tomorrow evening. Q'ance over the liat of HlSh Urade Bhoia aold exchn'vely by oa i .1. A T. Oonaioa, Qticen QaaJltyj Red I Ltnder ^no. Oa, M. H< ?' '..a (The HeeeV Taylor * LV. (Tajlor Made), Brocttm v: . Op-rstive Oa, Wslk Ov?r, Regal, EiaaletOf Bnoe Oo. and many otbera. J. A. Mawhall A Bn. 422 |Ci -I i"tJ OLD LADIE3' HOME. An intertuing mceling of Ibe Old Ltdiea' Home waa htll in Lee Camp Htll Tnesday morning, when tbe loilow ing tflieua were rlett?;': Obairmsn and trtasurrr, Miaa Fannie L'urke; aecretary, Miaa Philippa Wattlee; aeaistant aecrt tlty, Mra. Jamea H. Maoafield. The f llowiog bonse committee waa appointed by the cbairman: Mra. William Oarap iHI, Mia. Wm. Lstham, Mra. Edoa Davis, Mra. J. H Maoa6eld, Mra. H Snowdeo, Mra. Edgar Warfield, Miss P. Wait'ea and Miaa F. Borke. The ladiea of the committee are anxiocs to establiah an inalroctive vlaitiog nurae aa a reVdent and dlrector at the Old LidieV Home. 8 vetal of the old ladiea are more or less infirm aod wiil be mach more comfortable inder mch gapervialon, and it will be a great advantage to the slck poor of Ihis city who cannot be accommodat'd at the hoepital, Ohrooiccsaea, ma'erolty caaea, and chlld ish ailroenta which are m t ill ent ugh to r.qtire honrly attettoc) lo have the sertlces of a well trained and intelligeot onrae who will imtrnct pirente in tbe prrper care of yonng chlldren and in rffijient Miralng of light or contagioo* casca in their o?n lamllUs. As tbia will be an nntired blestlng, mooey has been raised for a three months' tnal. t. aacertain the advantage of mcta an arrangement, and as aoon as the houte committee c?n make pr p * accom modations at ihe home a m Uble person will beinatalhd. Bbe will be iub)?tt to ca.ll from all ministers, doctors, and drng Btores in tbe city ai well aa all ptUate perions; will eay when a dccor is neceaaary, will give ro i>feecr.].'lons will not be *u?j ct U night caiia aad Will bave nnralog bcurB from 8:30 a. m illl 8ve p. m.fche will make a small charge for every vislt, from five oenta ti t*o dollara, according to the caae and tbe abillty of ihe patlcnt to pay, whlcb mcney will be handed lo the committc aod B#d to belp defray ber expenae', DRAWING NEAR AGAIN. Tbe dav fixed u?on by Governor Mann for tbe electrocution of Henry Smitb, one of tba colored men convicted of tbe mnrder of Walter F. Scboltz, ia one week from timorrw. Juoe 10 is the day fixed npon for the executton of Johnaon, Pinea and Doraey. As hia been stated, Governor Mann has said he wiil finally diapoae of tbess oasee on the dayb mentioned. The Richmond Virginian of today says: "Governor Msnn will act on the applications for parions for 6?e con demned murderen within the nixt eev eral daye. Hie cblef interest ia centc-red in the caae of the qoartette of convicted oegroes from Alexandria, Richard Pines, Henry Smitb, Oalvin Johnaon and Eu gene Dorsey, senf-nc'd to dle in the electric cbair for the mnrder of Waltrr F. Scholtz, a Ohicago avtial. Bqaith was respited nntil Jnne 3. Theotber tbree were granted atays nntil Jme 10. ttince thia last reepite was granted, former Btate Sena'or Macben has filed a number cf papera and an additional pe titioa in behalf of the doomed men. The oplnion prevaila that Johnaon, Dor? sey and Pine* will receive commnUtiona of their sentence to lile impriaonment, wbile Bmith nny go to tbe cbair." KNIGHTB OF OOLUMBUS MEET ING. Ojc oi the largeat meetings of Filz gerald Oouncil, No. 4f>9, KnigfcH of OolumbuB, which baa been held for some time was held at St. M-ry'a Hall laat evenlng. After the tmineas of tbe evening bad been digpoaed of an open meeting and a smoker was held. The ftatare of the evenlog'a enter tainment was an addreas delivered by Hen. James M. Grabam, a rcember of Gongreaa from Bpriogfield, III , ar,d a memher of 8prineneid Oonncll, Kolghti of Oolnmbua. Mr. Grabam's address was one of tbe mnst logical aod able ad dressea ever beard in Alexandria, Following Mr. Grabam's address Rev. Gaston Payne, of OHfton Forge, made a few remarke. Dr. Henry W. Jaeger, of Bt. Pani'a choir, of Washington, sang a solo. Aft'r the meeting the membsra ad jonrned to Rammel's Hotel where a buf fet luicbeon was aerved. After tie lancheon short apeecbes were made Dy membera of Filzgeral Oonncll and solos were rendered by members of r-t. Paol'a choir, of Washingnn. DECORATIONDAY 8ESVI0E8. It has been declded to hold Decora tlon Day setvicea in the National Oeme tery at 4 c'clock next Monda/ aftr noon. A dmgbt;r of Oaptain G. D. 0.-ilt?ndon, sr.]Mrintendent of the ceme tery, has receotly been aericuily ill, aod for thia reaaon it had been determinrd to omit the ?erv'c?B this year. Bbe taa, however, improved duriog tLe paat fcw days. The m*morial addreas w II be delivered by Rev. J. R. Bsvier, paator of the Becoud Presbyteiian Ohnrch, and an address will alao be delivered by Mr. W. P. Qrntm Tbe mnslc will be rendered by members of churb. choire of tbe city. The gravrs will be decc rated aod the Alexandria Light Iofati try will fire tbe aslute. A GOOD ATIRAGTI )N. The Opera 11 >os<) will have tonlgbt, Fridayand S.tirday of tbia week Mias Horteran, an mumally clever sing<r aod dancer, and Mr. Frank Wslker, the Impers-nator, ln Itaiian aonga and Im pereonUlone. The hooae wiahta to thank its many patrona and friends for its warm sopport and deairea to aaanre them and tbe fu lic tbat every cflhrt will be made to bave a good orderly hr me, where ladiea may be at bome and beaasnred of pr tction and comfort. The hlgheat prlctd acta only are placed io thia honae. The pictnrea are cbanged every day. _ _ WILL HAVE A WALKOVEB, Oily the names of tbe candidat a for the B ard of Aldermen and the Oommoo C uocil nomiuated at the recent pritmry elfctlon io the city have been filed witb the clerk of tbe conrl, and the tme for filing mch having expired, raodidatea will have no oppis'tion. LICEVHE8. Stata licenae taxes npon roerchaota, phyaicianB, lawyera, insorance men, bmkers and all classea of professlonal ?od tuiineaa meo w re due on May ltt, and ao far only a imnll percentage have paid. Tboae rielirqaent may re r^ported, as tbey are operating wlthoot a licenae. A t ??acb of rbeooiatiam, or a twinge of nearalgla, wnatevtr the tronble is, Obsmberlaln'a Liniment drivea away kaa pain at ono and curea thecomplaiot qnlckly. Firat application givea relief. Bjld ty W. F. Oreighton & Oo. and Bichard Gibaon. EUUINEBIUBBORNEB*. A horae attacbed to a wagon belonglog to N L'ndaey & Oo. atretched llaeif on Ita side on Uoion atreet, near King, tbia moroiog. A crowd aoon gaibered and afrer the animal had been fieed from tbe barneas all eoitaofsnggestlons weremfide by byataodera aa lo the mcdua operandi of getting tbe f qnine on ita feet. Vationa metbods Induliog Uiltwlatlng, tbe nae of a levcr made from planka atrapped t gether, a wblp and vlgorona polling at balter, all bowever, proved futlle. ibe animal poaitively refoeed to atacd, aod every time it waa turned orer it got In a poeition more unhandy for ita wculd-be buman helpers. Finally aome canvaa wia aprea-' over the hoiae to prottct it from tiiei and a dray was later brcught on the acone. After no llltle trcuhle the tqoine was placed aboard and it waa iranspoit-d to theatabls and placed proa trats in a itall. Whlle arraogcments were being made to nse a beliyband aod a block and tackle, the tnimal arcae oo ita own volitlon aod.begaa fo inifl aronnd for aomethlug to eat. THE OANAL GELEBRATION. Mr. A. J. Wedderburn has today aecnred many aignatnrea to a petltlon to the SenatorB and Represeotatlves from the Btate of Virginia, caliing their attention to the feet tbit if the Pansma canal celebratlon ia held in Washington that it will be greatly to tbe advantage of the people of Virginia, especially as a large portion of the eapoaitlon woold necesBanly be held ln Alexandria connty. The petit on aeta fortb tbat there woold be leas expense to the government for exblbits, if Ihe exposltion waa beld here, owing tolbe fact that each depart ment, inatead of sending oat a small portion of ita altractioni lo the shows would be able to preaent all of them to tbe wiaitors ln Waehlngtm, aod in addition to thia the taistorlc polnts in Virginia near Washington wonld nn queetioaably be attractive featnres to u :haa exposltion. PERAONA L Rev. Dr. Berryman Green, of the Theologicai Bemlnary, yeaterday left for Ricbmond, where an operatlon for ap pendhitis will be perfcrmed npon hinr. Hls hott of frlends in thia city and throngbni' the stste devontedly hope tbat be may bicmi recover from hia illneec Mias Rose McDooald entertained at bridge laat eveniug ather bome on Oam eron atreet. Mrs. 0. E. Nicol Is thia aLerncnn en mtaloiog at bridge at her bome on Washington tttett Mr. and Mra. S. J. Birnbnue epent Tu sday of this week ln Ricbmond, wbere they attended the Local Assem bly of the D. 0 K. Mr. George D. Jobmton lef here for Ricbmond today lo sp?nd tbe evenlng with frlerds tbere, H? expects to re turn tomerrow. THE 0WLS*DISBAND. At a meellog held last night of Alex? andria Nest of 0*la, it waa decided to disband. Tbe aflairs of the neet were all Btttied, bnt as tbe atteodance npon tbe meetirga waa conatar.tly falling ofl it waa thooght beat lo wiid np Iti aflairs. The nest was orgao'zjd abcut two yeara ago._ OIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CITY. [Jodge J. B. T. Thornton, presiding.j In the Oircait Oonrt for tbe city today ariuojenta were he-rl in the caaeaof the heira of W. E. S sson vs. tbe 8oott>?ra Railway Oompany, a snit for damagea, and Ohaa. King Bjn Oo. vs. D. G Grillbir'iH, a iti t eDj rining the Ittt r from obstructing sonth Alfred street ex tended. OARDINALS vs. SPARTAN3. The Oardlnal Atbletic G!nb will line np againat the Spartan Atbletic Olnb, tt Wa?hiDgt)a, on ihe old fair grounde B* u-day al 4:30 p. m, Oa Monday the Oardinals will play a d< tnle-beader with ihe Franklin A hletic Olnb, of the same place. _ LOOAL BREVITIE3. An adj u'ned meotiog of ths Oom mon Oonncll will beheld tonighf. LewiB G. Hnghes died last nlght ?t h!s home in Fairfax, agrd 08 yeara, His remains will be tsken to Milwaokie for burial. A meating of Ihe Alexandria local as sembly of the Brotherhood ol 8\ An drew wai held In the Nortin Memorial Ghapel of Bt. Panl'a Ohurcb last nigbt Tbo remains of Sirab Ann Toliver, col.red, who died at the Peterehrg Aiy lun Tueiday nlght, will be brooght to tbia city (or interment, A conlratt haa been )et to Mr. Arthnr Da?is for a two-strry addition to the prlnt'ng oSce of Mr. R B. Barrett, on sonth Fairfax ttreet, aod work baa al ready been commeoced. Otrneis Fergnaon and Rswlett fonnd three calves astray in tbe ttreets Isst niglt Tbey were placed in a pen In market alley t> awalt the appearsnee of their owner. The p!colc to have been given to nlght on tbe lawn of the GjH Olnb by the Westmlmtr Lesgur of tbe 8econd Preebyterlan Otuxh has been poatponed on accoont of tbe wet cond t on of tbe gronnd. Marrlage licenaea were lesned InWaab Ington yeaterday to Richard Tennelly and Lucy I. McOlary, both of Alexat drla, and to Tayloe B. Rollira, of King Georgs connty, and Ida M. New, of Bsliimore. Mr. Gc'crge N. Poole and Miaa Jfannelle E. Oorbin were married laat night at tbe paraonage of Bt. Mary'a Obnrch by Rev. Father K<lly. Tbe groom waa atteoded by Mr. Jobn Cu L'n and tbe bride by Mias Maggle Foraytbe. After ibe oeremony thtrewaaa recepion held it the bome of the brlde's pirenin 714 north Oolumboa street. Tbe brlda rcelved many Ixaotitul presents. Twocmpinie* of I'nited Ptataa infantry paaa d ttuvttgh thia city thia afterooon on a march to Edaalla, where it waa ?iid tbey will go intoeamp fleleetHoft fUiailCrahaonrnaat and Deviled Craba at SpinkVe Cafe, Prioce and Royal atreet. tf Freah Country Bu"er jaat recelTed, 2Se lb Beet Elgin Crearoer-" Bntter 34o lb. Freah Fb*b 25c doz, Faucy J?pan Ri^. whola iraiD. 6c 1\. 3 Ihe. ""Forated Pearhes 25c. 3 Ibe Large Pranaa 25c.3Caue FiahBoe 25c, 7 lba. Uuadry Starch 5c 7 Cakea Star So*P 25c. 8 Cana Pink Alaaka Salmon 25c, 4 Cana Be?t Tomatrea 25c 4 (Nne SogarCorn 26c, Oieen Monntain Potato?Wc , boshel. 3 Can. F.arly Juoe Peaa fcSc, 8 Ibi. : Puns Bnckwheat 25c. Wm. P. Wool_ A . Sow. Boy?l and Wolfa etraatt?Qaeen and ! Henry atreet*. _ 8om. tamiliaa buy five sottlea ef Colomal Saraaparilla at a titna. It otrumly is a gooa medieine, and they woaldn't ba withont Jt, t&'.i Vtl aa ln ?.V0. I-odbeatar'e. Washington D. C. All=Silk Parasols Worth $2.50, for $1.55 BOd AuliSde up on atyliah hardwood atlcka; 3-ribbed pariaols First Floor-BargaiQ Tablea. MA80NI0. A delegation of ab(ut 200 Maaona from Balt more beided by I. T. Oarter, maaier of 0 mcordia Lodge, of that city, came here today and made a pUerimage to thetomS of Weahicgion at Mmii Vernon. Tnia evenlng they returned to tbis c'ty and lair-r will be bar qu< tt*i at ihe Hotel Rimmel, Tooight tbe vlalt ora wlli pav a fraleroal vlalt to Alexan? dria- Waahlngton Lodge and witneaa the conferrlng of the MaaterMason'a degree. Will Sue the Biahop Atlantlc OHy, N. J , May 26.-D* clariog that hs will an? Biahop McFaul, of Trenton, for dofamatioo of cbarect'r, Ber. AlphonieM. Oonaobro, formerly rector ct the Roman Catholic Oborch of Rocky Ford, near Princtt ?n, wbo rao away frnm hia pariah Be?eral daya ago with 16-year-old Kstherine Johannen, of Trentin, and married her here, t)d?y told ln datail the cvents leadicg op to the elopemeot. "I was drlveo ont of tb? Oa'holic 0. u-ch by Biahop McFau', head of the dloceae," declared the prieat. "He made me mairy Mra. Oon?ola-ro to eavt ber name, andif if had nctbeen for him I wonld st 11 be in the chnrcb. He w?e afra'd of me, and took tila mcthod to dme me out of the chnrcb, "I admittbat Irai***?. veryo't?n with K-tLeiioe, and I uaoeratend that ece miea of mine Io tbe prieathood be_an tbe clrnilatlon of malicicna romota concern log ir. Theae reached the eareol Biahop MerSul and he ataifd an InveBtigalion. Tbe trnubl8 is tbat ibe inveftieat;on wa< not carricd on to the end.aod I demand e I that the name of the girl be exonerj ated beciuie tur frlendiblp had betn h norable In every eensp. Tbis waa re faaed, and a acaodal threatened. The good name of the girl waa at atake. I pleaded for a falr and call invtatigation,' bot my ple* fell upon draf eare. Th^re1 waa only one thlrg for me 11 do, for her sske and for my own. I did it, and now, aro very happy." The coaple after apendiog Beve?al more daya here will leave for a bonry moon Irip in Eorope. Upnn their re toro Mr. Oooaolazio will take up the pract.c ? of law.' A Story of Robeepierre. The story Is told of Kubo-qlotro tlmt nt one time wheu at tbe belsht of his powor a lndy eatM npon bim, be seeehing him to spnre b-r liu^band's llfe. He flcornfully rofusod. As sue tuii.cd away shc bappened to trend upon the paw of his pet dog. H? lumcd upon ber aod nsked, "Madam, have you uo humanity?" On tha Safe Side. "lU.ny I sec my fatber's reeord?" aakad tho new student "IIo was in the cIp.ss of '77." "Certalnly, my boy. What fort" "He told me wbs- I left l>orne not to dlsgroce bim, sir, and I wtafe to see just how far I can _o."-ItiilTalo Ex press._ Tha Advantagc. Tenant?Look bere, tb.it house I took from you is extrcnioly damp. House Agent (bluntly)-Woll. don't you see tho great ndvantage of that? If it gets on Drc it won't burn. Right and Wrong, Things Bhould not 1m? dotM by halves. If lt ls rlght, do It boldly. if It ls wrong. leave lt undonc. Every day Is a little Ufe, nnd our whole life ls but a day repeated. _ A rcally great man Is known by three Blgns-generosity In the deslgn, hu manlty in the executlon and modora tton In suecess.?Blsmarck. Wholeaale Prioea of Produce 560 Floor Extra.~ r? 25 Family. fi5o Fancy brar.da. fi00 Wheat, longberry.- lf6 Mix^d. 106 Fn.ti. 106 Dajiipand ton?h. 0?> Corn. whito. 0 70 Mixed. 0 70 Yellow. 0*,s CornMeal. 0 75 Bye.- 075 Oata, mixed. new. 0f>5 Whlto. new. 055 ClovarSeed. 800 Timothy. 175 Hay. !"00 Elgin Print Bnttar. 0 32 Butter, Virginia, packed. 018 Choioe Viruinia..... 0 20 Oommon to middling. 014 EKire. 0S2 Liye Chickena (hana). 0 16 Spring Chickena ..... 0 32 Potatoea, per bu...... 40 Bwaet PoUtoea bbl-. 2 50 Oniana, per buahel. 100 Applea, per bbl.- . 300 T)ned rWhaa. peaded. 0C6 Pork, per 100 Ib*. 15 00 Bacon, conntry ham?. 0 20 Beat augar-cor?d hama. 0 20 Breakfaat Bacon. 0 19 Snxar-cnred ahoaldera. 0 18 Bnlk ahonldera. 0 14 Dry SeJt aidaa. 016* Sogar. 010 Ofl A. 6'6 Conf. atruidard. 520 Qranulated. 6 4 ) Cofleea? Bio. 011 L*Onayra . 015 Jara. 018 Molaaaee B. 8. 0 C. B. 017 NewOrleana.- OM 8alt-G. A. 054 Fine.?? ?- ?"* wool?long, unwaahed..-?*.. 028 Waahed.--. 032 Menno, unwaahed. 025 Do. waahed.?????. #16 Herrin?, Eaatern perbbl._ 6SS Potomac family roe...... 500 Uackerel, amall per bbl. 13 00 I No.8mediam. 1400 I flaater, erotmd, per ton... 4 50 ' Grountt ln baja.. 6 5fl 575 625 e Hofbrau Beer The Season's Cheer Fragrant, "tangy." appatlring, cool aa tl e north breeze, aoimating aod invigorating?that'a Hcfbrau beer. i Everopen a bottle of oar beer a?^ ?* notice the pop~*'P~"wbipt?8m ?a S "a theatopper oama ;Jl Nothing flat 0 \ or_atul* ttibnt it. Ii'a foll of anap and i r ..ic?juat bnbbling over with qaality. J e Portner'a Hofbrau beer ia indeed the aeaaon'a loxury. Not, howeyar, a luxury in point of price. Happily thlabeverrgeia within tha reach of all. It kno?a no caate. Ali drink it, rich and pooralike. Call for it, or lat ua terva you, ROBERT PORTNER BREWING CO, Alexandria, Va. Phone No. 49-B. DRY GOOD8. $1.68 Nearsilk Petticoats, 95c Cf - plendid qnality nearailk.in black onlv. M<de in a number rf di&Vent atylea, with i'i k-, ahirring and t lilored bandf; cat QZr fall width; all lengtha. Specia!.yuw $1.98 0ne-piece Percale House Dresses, $1.48 1 qnality percale ii Home made with I ? ,o?nd collar and aoma over collar; full-cnt akirt finiihtd <C 1 AH with deep hem. Special. ?,,TO Of aplendid qnality percale in light and dark ahadee. Home made with Dotch neck, aome have rovnd collar and aoma high tnrn t 420-426 Seventh Street, WASHINGTON, D, C. Scene Io|P?eabyterian Aaiembly Atlait c Oily, N. J., May 26.?The Preabyterian Noitbetn General Aasem ?y waa thrown Into a atate of dlaorder today by the recnmptloo of tbe debata npon Ihe reaolotion lotrodaced by Homrr Biatle, laat year'a prohibition candidate for goveroor lo Pennaylvanla, calling opin tbe convention to deolare itaelf "aoclally, fioaocially and politically agaioat the llquor trsffle." Great or loar grettad the reaolotion when pre sented for the aecond tlme today and it waa declared an cff.rt to embroii the chorcb lo polltica. Rosbiog to tbe platform to defaod hia reao'utloo, Oommieeiooer Oaatle crled: "If tbia be polltica, God help tbe chnrch then If it doea not go Ioto poli tci." Immediately tbe ball rang with tbe cries of commiielonere waoting to be haard. There waa a laaillade of appeala, pointa of order, eto. Rev. Dr. L'ttle, the modaret>r, rapped in valn for order, acd tbe tormoil ojotinutd for ten ralc ntea. Tbe polltleal referenee waa floa - lg ellmloated aod the reaolotion, in mod tfied form, adopted. It calla npon tbe chnrcb to "admoolah ita people to keep tbemaelvea scparate and apart from the I'qaor trafflc." Americao L?aguw. Washington, 7; iVtroit, 0. . PhiUdalphia I; 8t. Lonia. 1. New York, f; Chicago, 0. 8TANDINO OF THE CLUB9. W. L. P<-t: W. L. Pct PhU'^'a 21 7 .750 Cleveland. 13 18.464 New York. 19 8 .7C4 WaahinR'n 14 18.438 Bcxton. 16 18 .66; Chicago.... 9 17.346 Dttroit... 17 15 .M1I3L Loiua... 6 23 .<07 National League. New York, 4; ??*?! 3. Chicago, 8: Philadelpbia, 1. Boaton, 4, Cincinnati. 3. Brooklyn, 7; 8t. Lonia, 5. 8TANDINQ OF THE CLUB8. W L. Pet.) W. L. Pct Chieaao. . 18 11 .621 8t, Looia,. 16 17.486 PitUbnrg 6 11 .693 Pbil'phia 18 18.464, CuwinaaU.lfi W .SW.arooklyB,. il 11 Mi Two vSummer Bargains Summer Silk-s 36-inch Black Waterproof India Silk Lyoas Dye. $li25 value at 98c. 36-inch All Silk Rough Pongees, colors black, navy, and natural; $ 1.25 value at 98c. D. BEIDHEIM i SOSS 316 KING STREET. Swan Bros KING AND PITT STREETS. Plain White Nainsooks and J Long Cloths, We buy direct from the forefgn and domestic maoufacturers and handle only white goods of known qualitv from the best makersand call special attention to our line of plain white naiosook and English long cloths, by the piece of twelve yards. Plain White Nainsook, 12 yards to the piece. Each $150, $1.75 and $2 25. Plain White Long Cloth, 12 yards to the piece. Each $1 50, $1.75, $2.25 and $2.60. Standard Patterns, ea 10c and l^c Opera House Shows that make you laugh. MovingPiciurcsyou'vc never seen before. 700 Onoice Seate. 10 300 Bilcony 8eata. 5 Matinee daily. r>c FOLLOW IHE GROWD WANTED.?Manager for Branch Office in Alexandria, condacting building ano loin businew. Man with exp?rience in life inauran-'e or hrokoraga husineRa pref^-rred. Apply THURSDAY. May 26th,to kt. P. Har grave, "The Kammel," Alf xanlr-a, Vs. may 17 td_ r?IGaB 8ALKSMAN VVANrfcU.-expr-ri ^ ence u.ineeeswary. Beli our l>rand? to tbe reUll trade. Big pay. Write for full jpar ticulara at on<v. GLOBE C1GAR (O., Cleveland, Ohio._fel>19tje!6_ LOSTon the atreet a aum of MONEY con aUtinuof two $10 billa aod other notec. SuitaMe reward for their retuin to 419 Prince Hrett. _m**24 3t "FOR SALE on partial piymonta Three Houiea on S. Alfred Street tt $8 per montb. Actual rent $3.7o par mon'h. Adlreaa Mrs, R. F. DOWNEY, R, F. D. No. 1. Alexandria, Va. may25 1m ^___ 200 Ibs. Country Butter just received, 23c 91 ?? Egg8, 23c Nice Virginia Hams, 23c " " Shoulders, 20c All Kinds of Railroad Gloves and Overalls. A. Q- THOMAS, 919 King Street. my9 tf_ "Gifta for the graduate to treaa nre lor a lifetime." GRADUATION GIFTS SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RINGS Fine wbite and perfect, apecully pricad. $20 to $50 CHATELAIN WATCHES Silver.$6.50 op. Gold.$15.00 op. R, C. ACTOM & SON8, Jewelera and Silversraitaa. WANTED.-LAT>Y TLEHK in trrooery store. Good ealary. **_???_? reaom d. m_y26_3t^_WM. H ffclK. LOHT.?A mottled brindle BILL TEB BIER. answerins to name M Bhain rock." Eara and taii croppad. breas'. aod four feat white; wore bra? rto/Mf d leatber collar A aaitable raward will be paid for iU return to 20? eouth Lte atreet. may26 3i*_' AUCTION SALE 8ATUBD_Y, May 38, 1910, at noon, in front cf the Market honae, on Royal etnet, a JSod HOB8E. BUGGY and HABNESi my263t ?_B. r. KNOA. "natmataproperlyfituo, eflasJiM diaoomfort. Yemoan -anooh.ouf you sjo aa laavdbaatax'a. If the Stork came ln May If Old Mr Stork brought your frienri into this world some month of May? You ought to get him or her an Emerald. For? "Who firat bebolda the ligLt of day In Spriur'a aweet flow'ry month of May, fehall wear an Emerald all throngh life." And beatof all-Emeraida are so reasonable in price that you can afford them as gift*, or to wear yourself We want you io see the rich deep coioredEmeralds we have here. Ail sizes, shapes and pricea to suit every taste and purse. Saunders S Son, 629 King Street. Hard Crabs, Soft Crabs, Deviled Grabs and Grab Salad. AT JACOB BRILL'S BE8TAUBANT FOOT OF.KING STREET. Open nntil 10 p. i", apr7 6m _ WE are now showing the m*t aubatantial lineof 2x4 Paaaengar Lawn Swinga, Gliding Hettoea, Porch Bockera, acd Lawo Benchea. Swin?ra from $4.00 op to $6.50. Bockera from 75c to $3.00. LAWN MOWERS. - Keen Kntter Lawn Mowera, every part gnaranteed, from $4.E0 to $9 00. GARDENHOSE at 10c, 15, and 20c per foot; all lengtba. Gooda delivered 99 Tsl Ray, Bt. flaao, Roaemont and Weat Fu I. R. E. KNIOHT. 621.623, 626 King Street. NEVER in all our li'e ha*e we feared ocni petition. Withoat v we do our very best, but wben wt; hava li/ilry ws simply open wid* ths throttle of oor ene'jry, oa? ron oor competitora, and leave them aahamed for ever havic-R en'ered the race. Aod now we will **y that havioa won pipo:aiity and favor wi.h thia rommanity, no man rauenterour choten rieM of aervica and take from ue th_ pre?ti?? we have cbieved DOWETHANK YOU/ Why ofconrea we do, and we aleo thike handa wi.h and oon*r_t-Lat? onraelvet. Cameron DAIRY LUNCH. Open all nigbt. 906 Kinar strewt Cherry Coo.h dyraptia earatfaUy tuade im oor own atore. Don't compare it wi h fVv tory made madkinss.SS9o|h bottle-HE, |9? Laadbaatar 4 8oae,