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PKIDAY EVKNING, JULY UM'AL MATTKHS. Sun and Tidc Table. Sun riaea tomorrowat l-SC an.l aeta 7:3ft High wat.-r at 8*27 a. m. and s;V. p. m. Weather Probabilitiea. K..r thia aeetloa Mr tonighl and pn.it :il.l\ salio.l.i\ eoiitiioi.-d waini ighl l" moderaU- aouth aad aoutbwaal wlaoa ThE GAZETTE FOK THE SUMMER Suhscrih. .s who leave tbe city tem ily Bboukl not fail to have Ihe q ;,,: f,,iiow them. Addreaaae will I, changed a* oflen aa requeated with ,?? extracharge, Tboae who are nol regulai subacribe ? can have th.-i.a lette m.illed to th -iu at the rate of 10 centspei week. Before leavtng call or Uilepl.? you. addreaa to tbia offlce, SOLDIER CONFESSES. |'|1(lili a .1. Molyneaux. of TrOOf C, Pifteenth Cavalry, U. B. A., who, with I'lifford L. Feldheim, of the saioe t.p, waa given into the cua tody of (be Waahington police to anewer chargea of having ahot WU liam L Smith, a negro, on the Aque duct bridgc Monday night, (?nfeaaed .,|:iv aflemoon that he had done the Bhooling. Both troopera had de Int,| thal they had lired theshots at the Degro, but after an examinatton yesterday afternoon Molyneaux ac knowledged thal he had ahot Bmitb. ?'I w.i^ lying on my back," aanj Molyneaux. "when I lired the sl.ot A negro stru.-k me in the face aud koocked me down. and before I could ;?,.,. ??- had drawn tbe revolver. Tbe weapon waa k.k.-d from 1ns band aud fell uithu. my reacb, I grabbed ,t an.l a* tbe negro advanced toward in. in a threatening attitude I pulled th.- triarger. The negro fell and I h-ain.d afterward* lhal the bull.t en tered hia abdotneii. The reporl <>f tbe revolver, the rlawh, and tbe Bhoul ol pain from the wountled negro frighl ened tbe othei negroee. They fled, and Feldheim aud I I. fl the \icimty as soon as we could. Feldheim corroborated Molyneaux a st-.i.-m.-iii PliyHiciana al G town, l'nueisit\ ll..-pit .1 Btatea thal Sniiih deapite tlie dangeroua wound, is on the rond lo recovery. When th.- tw Bokliera were arraign ed iu couii today Judge Aukum con tinued Ihe caae iudeflnitely and tbe in. n were reroanded to jail. RIVFR NOTES. Barge No. ?_'! of th.- Oonaolidation llc.t arrived al Poinl I.koul with ice from Maine early yeaterday morning an.l arrived al thia porl early laal uighi Bhe ha aboard ahout 1,600 tom ol ice from the Kennobec foi tbe Mutual Ice Oompany. The barge ia do? Iving in the river awaiting the bertb wvwpied by the ice-laden ?cl.-i Oharl - H. Chur.-h, whk h ia being rapidly uuloaded. The -t. ?ain.-r Frank M. I'hillips loade.l wiil. lumh.-i by W A Bmoot A Oompany, lefi loday for Aguia creek. Th.- I'liii. d Btatea naval ram Katah din. which waa aunk several monthaago whde being uaed aa a target for the big guna at lieliau ll.a.l, baa been raiaed and is lying al anchor near tbe govei.nl wharf al Btump Neck, Md. Tbe veaael i- lo !?? broughl lo the Waahington navy yard for re* paira. VERDICr FOR PLAINTIFF Alfre.l S. Ma-on waa last nighl by a jury in the eorporatiou courl award ed damaee- in ihe sum of $3,500 in a sun brouglit to recovi t $10,000 from the Waahington, Alexandria aud Mouol Vernon Railway Oompany for injiiri.-s alleged t.. have been .eived by tbe plainliff in aligbting from a car ,u the ...iini of King and Payne thia city, Augwt. The Th. .-a-. a .- given lo tlie jury sbortly afi. i '.' ... lo. k laal night, and was suh uiiited withoul argument.Thuuaualmo* tion to set a-ide the verdicl. ptebminary for effecting an appeal, waa noted and nl. 1 aud argiimeuta on the motion will be he'.i.l at n lai.-r date. Thcplain* tiff was repreaenUsl by \ttornoy L P. Harlow, and Ihe companj by Attor n. \- Janies R. Oaton 4 Bon, and M Moore, Barhour and Keitb. A VISITOR SAYS HE WAS ROBBED, ,lohn I II onsoii. of Culpeper, vUit ed this ,.l> <u \eial days ago, and he will return to hia home a poorer if not a wkwr ni in. Il' informed the police l ,\ ihai he had been relieved of lld the last place he reiiuinhers to have \ isii. d Waa the northeaeu in seclioii of ihe city II lllisoli said 11 had >o0 wh.n he l.iiid.d in Alexandria and waa coiiMii.cd tbal all but $?">, which he suppo-i-s Ii. s|? |,t. was takeii (loin him. POLICK COURT. I.lusii.e II B Caton premding.] re the Pulk-e Court thia morri n \ olored m,,, ? ,- chargi d with aaaaulting a ,u ..f his ii,. II. failed to ap tn.l f..if.it.d his collateral. A wlnl. mall, chaie.-.l mi?Ii dailia. ACCIHENTALLY SHOT Whil. eiamining i rifle at his home nge ,..in.i\ John 8. Bwaii -hot his napbew, Willie i | in ihe foreheed, ii- wound, tbough it <s tboughi it will noi be fatal. BOX PARTY \ boi party will be ijjen undei the au i ? of G Wasiuiigtoii od of Rail wa\ I'anneii of Amei e i at Odd Kel loa s Hall. north Oorumbua atret t. tonight The (ollowrog have tbe party in cbargt J. \ 9\ luae, chairman; i \v Mclntoal | tod l l Cbeahiri ireaaurei QUace over the bal ofHighOrade Shoe* sold exeluaively byua: J. & T. Cousins. Queen <>uahty, Bed I Linder Shoe Co . N H< m k Bro. (The HessV Ta\ I .vi. (Tailor Made) Broot itive Co., Walk Over, Regal, Bxcelaior Shoe Co., and many others. J. A. MarahaJl A ..Bro.,,422 Jtirg atreet. PERSONAL. Mrs. P. J. Denipeey baa returoed from a visit to berdaughter, Mra. John Irmatead Oerter, In Norfolk. Miss Qraoa Tykw, ul Hanrpton, ia viaiting frienda ia thia city. Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge K. \\ arheld and Misses Mamie and Nettie Young have returoed from a tea days visit to Atlantic City. Mr. T. C Smith, <.r tlie Alexandria Nationa! Bank, has gonc to Orkney for a short vacalioii. Mr. Paul YVebb. of Pbiladelphia, ia riaitiogbia aunt, Mrs. .1. ('. II. Roberta, neai Mt Vernoo. Mis. Windsor, of Alexandria, is apending aotoe time at the l'airfax Pairfcu Herakl. Mr. \Y. J. Boothe, apon whom aa oj.ciatioii f. r ap|.ciidi.itis was p.rform ed at the Alevandria BoepitflJ on Sat nrdaj but, m i- reeting rery cotnfort al.ly today and his condition k said to be rery aatiafactory. Mrs'. < (' Cnliii will leave |.,n,or n.w to apund tlie reiu.iiiiderof the sum roer at Eagleemere, I'a. Mtaj Bettte Brown, <.f Randall Hifh lands. is visiting at the home of Mr. I!. I). Catts. in W'esi Knd. Mrs. Thomaa ('. Darat, with her children, arho baa been rkuting bei jiaieiits. Mr. and Mrs. QeorgC WUw, on Beminary Hill, has gonc to Sakun, Boanoke county. Mr. and Mrs. GeO. B. IVeton. of Norfolk, who have heen altcnding the Blka' conveiition at Detroit. Mich.. are theguestsof their lieice. Mrs. Thomas Traven on SoUth Royal street. FUNERAL OF LIEUT. SMITH. The fuiieial of the late Lieut .lames Smith took place a! ?'. o'clock last even ing from the icsidence 221 noith Fair bu atreet, and was attended by nutny city otli. ials and other friends and ac ,,uaiutances of the deceaaed. Tbere were manj bandaome Boral trilmtes. Ri \ Harry M. Canter, paator of the Methodial Epiacopal Cbnrch 8outh, of liciated. and tln- pallbearera were Dr. Thomaa B. Gibnon and Dr. Arthur Knowden, Lieut. B. F. BeUia and Tri vatcs W'illiain A Perguaon, of the Uexandria polk* department; Bamuel II. l.unl, and \Y. A. Iladdox, the la-l named ..f Kront Royal, Va. The in teiiii.ni waa in Betbel cemetery. A d.tiil of policemen, under Chief Qooda acted as an eacort._ THE FIREMEN W'oid waa received here todaj that il? Phoebua Bre oompany with 80 men and a band of 25 muaiciana will attend the firemen'a convention to l.e held in ill;, city ii.xi month; alao that the Reacue Engineand Pire Company, No. 1. ?.f Newpoit N'ews, will aend t.u m< n i,, tbe convention, The Alexandria lii.n.en are acti\cly at work making preparatioaa (or entertaining their gueaU. m CARS JUMP THE TRACK Several cara loaded arith peacbe jumped the track and turned over at l-'airfav atation yeaterda) afternoon A wrecking train waa aent from ihis city whi. h cleared the track. Tratiic was delayed for some time by the acrident. _ HEAD CUT BY LUMP OF COAL. A coloied inaii named Randolpfa \Yilliauis,cmpl..\ed at ihe coal cinile of the Southern Railway in this city, was stru.k l.y a hiinp of coal wlmh fell from the chute this morning and bia bead painfulty cut Dr. \Yilku,s rendered the neceaaary aurgical assis tance ^^^ BASEBALL TOM0RR0W. Tomorrow on the oW fair grounda ,t I 80 the Cardinal Athletk Club will croasbnta with Kenliworth Atbletic Club <>f Washington. Zackary will be on the niouiid and a fasl gaine is looked for. m_ POUCE CANDIDATES. Thedeath of Lieutenanl Smith will neceaaitate the election of another meni hel of the pollCe force to coinplete lli. coinplemenl ol men- Ii is s;'i,! tbal fnlly one-half th. membera of tbe preaent force are caodidatee for tbe vacanl lieutenancy, while there are a DUmber of ca"didates f..r policeinan. PAFF & COMPANY WINS. ihe secolid time of the <eaSoll the I'at'i \. Company baaehall nine defeated thePortner'anine l.y the acore oi 9 to 1 yesterday. LOCAL BREVTTIES. . Officer Beach ilns morning arreated a white man nanied Jobn Fun.-r on th.- eharge of vagrancy L. L. Northiop, of Clarendon, baa been appointed F. S. commiaaioner iu place of J. W. Wormley >.f the county. The contrad r..r the Tradea and 1 il.rary l.uildmg at Ihe Manassis ln dustrial Bcbool has been given t<. \\ m. H. Crump A Oompany "f tbia |cit) Work haa been begun on the librarj Wlllg. Miaa McCay, of th<- Alexandria Hoapital, baa. ompl tel) won tbe hearta of tbe little oaeaal tbeChildren'i Home. V.-t.-i.iay evening ahc look them ln nee the moving picturea al th.- Bu Tbeatre and then to Bhuman'a and .-iu th. iu ice cream wd cake Mai riage lio nai - arere iaaw d in Waahington yeaterday to Ctarence M. 1'itt- and Ballie M. Gouldin, i?'th <-f Cbarlea D. Alexander, ol Bria -? itioti, an.l Elixabeth Gteene, ol Btaffurd county; Uamei Jaciu n, .-t Hill, and Nbrell* Bobipaon, of ngioii, and ? \:? -. - Limhaf, of j ,,,!;?, and Ve'gie Carn.-y. of Du&V friea __ Meol Beft Shell CmtMJ oa lo.-t and l>.\ ii.-.i Craba >t Bptaka'a I ia Prtoee an.l Roj i ( \|tt> ol IH IfJKali The member- of tbe lim.U ofthe lale Lieutenanl Jaroea Bmith expreaa their aincere thanka to thelrn imeroua friends for the man) expreaaioaa ol aymnath as wellaa thoughtful aeta during the 111 neaaoftbe lieutenanl aud at ln- death; alao the tributea aent at his nineral. Sueh pxpreaalona w III ever i-e remembered. The aupreroe teat of m i it, aa well aa one of the last great (dajheeof thorough \ | v.nk city will aee foi yeari b due tomorrow if Keene'a Dallot, and HUdreth'a Fi'/ Herberl acoept the is-ue in the emi'ire city handicap at the empire city track 100 pair ladies iine shoes worth $3.50 and $4.00. They are our best makaa. but a little off ft* to atyle, 96 J. A M*?B?U * Bro" *-*--&1-*7 rtre-*' LOST FINGER IN BOXTNG. John Doderwood, Hfteea yeara old, while i.oxing with a coaoreo boyina store on lower IVinee atreet this morning, he nakaajd his antagonist and his hand went throngh a show ca-.-. the broken ghwa eewring one of his fingera. l>r. Warneld amputated the Bnger. Iangti.nl anil Kauluiau. Pbiladelphia, July 22. ~Fight. fatna of the (^iiaker City cxpect to BM the greateet hattle of the year in the eaat when Sani Langford and Al Kaufman m.ei in a six-round go hefore the Natioiial Athletic Cluh here next month. Langford, who is bot on the trail of .lack .loluisoii for a chance to win the heavyweigbl cliampionship. has ex | roiilidenee in his ability to put Kaufmau ool in three or four rounds, aiidtlnicaresportinginen here who are willing to l.et he can accoinplish his deaire. Kaufman, howwrer, is not without his backera, Jack Johhaoa, whoae training partoer Kaufman was before the Jeffriea fight, beli.ves Kaufman will win. Johiisoii has said he thinks Kaufman is the unly man alive capa l,le of giving him a good tight, while Billy Kcl.uiev, wliohroiight out Jeffries, i> MiretO handle the hig fellow in the right way. A victoiy in this tight will go a long wav toward getting a chance at John s..n and eacfa man will eiiter the ring with the deieiininatir.n of koockiog out his opponent as aoon as poaatbk*. johiisi.n Revaanataa iiiii. Chieago, July 22.?Jack Johnaon mj given a moat elaborate welooaaa When he returned to his home here from l.Vno after def.ating JJm Jeffl l.ui the decoratioiis used in his hoiise ,,n tbal occasioii have not heen paid f,,i accordingto theallegation today ,,f Benjamin Cuble. Cuble has filed ?i suii for 148 BO against Boberl Mott, "King of the Black Belt," alleging ii, ii Mott ordered him to decorate the Johnaon h. for Jack'a reception, with flaga, fiowera and paper borne, l.ut s.nt him to the champion to col le.t for the work. Johnaon, the dec orator aJlegea, eraphatically declared that he w.uild not p:ty for his own re? ception. ^^^ 'li.iiigeiinelf's Laat Ni.vel. Bougival, France, Juiy 22. What ia thoughl t?< beburied literary treaaure baajual been broughf lo light by the dcatli of l'aulinc Yiardot, tlie notcd French singer. Among the aotreaa'a old papera was f.>d a roanuacript, uhi.h ttinis out to l.e Tourgeuneff'a lasi iiovel. It was writteii hy the Rus sian .iiovelist while he was living at Bougival with Pauline Yiardot, and is ?aid to I..- ihe atoryol their romance Ihe inanuscript, according to tln noveliat'a wiahea, ia not to be publiah ed uiiiil t.ii yeara after the deetfa of tl a acir.-ss Ihose liteiarv men who ha e been allowed to examinethenuuiii deciare ii is one of the greateat worka of ihe fainoiis writer. \t w ^ i.rli xtorL MarWH. New York, July 26.?After ahowing /. -_l.. ...... ift.,r tl.i. Olullllll' Condilionx continued unaettled in the laai half of the forenoon with manj isMi.s ahowing sharp declinea and sell ing at a new loa range for the year, while tbe more activeapecuutUreatocka aftci declining aharply rallied about h polllt. Vt uiw-ri llearing. Philadelpbia, July 22.?Jobn K. Mai-hall. who with tWO other men, i charged with oonapiring lo bring ahout tbe downfall of George Ooleman, the young book keeper who looted the Fn-t Naiional Hank of Camhridge, Maaa., of $300,000, today walved beai ing before (Jnited Btatea CommiaeioneT Oraig and will be taken hack to Booton for trial. Having announced his wil lingneas to waive extradition Maraball will be beld iu MoyemeneJng pris.ni until Mooday morning when he will leave for Boaton. A Kolt. Raleigh, N. ('.. July 22.?Following tbe adjournment ol the democratic convention in the Sixth Congressional district early today at wbicfa OongreM man llaunihal L Good**UI was tiirned down end C. L. Clark nominated, tbe (iodwin men holted. Ihey held air other convention today and pjaced Ihe locumbenl in the BeW. The atate i-oniinillee will he appealed to in ord.-r to force one or the other eandidatea to withdraw, otherwiee it ia opnceded the republican candidate may he auooaaaful. Jcllries May Tr> \galn. chi.-ago. July 22. Bem Berger, Jef f iea' manager, and Jack Gleason, who helped Tea Bkkard atage Ihe Jeffrica lohn-on t'nzht at BeOO, bcca. cotn municative today and admitted thal there waa a atrong poaaibility of Jef frlea making another try for tbe ehani pionabip. _ Th.- rooaervative and anti*8emitic f Ruaaia ia vigoroualy demand* hig the diamiaaal ol General Neaawrich, commanding tbe Fortj i igbth brigade at Miu-k. becauaehe recentry delivered ?! apeech in th. barracka of his troopa in whi.h be expreaaed friendahrp f>.r the Jewa. When the stotnach fails to perform ita funciiotis, the how. ls hccutne de I. the lt\er and the kidneys con ! cauaing numeroue diseases. The Btomaeh and liver tiiust be restored to a h.-althv coinhtion and Phamber lain'a Btcmachand I.iverTablet*can be depended upoa to do it. Baay to take and moal effactive. s..|d by W. F. Creigbtoo and Rinhard Oilama. Wholesale Prices of produee rioiir. extra. ">--"> a Family. Pancy branda. Wheat, longtx r,\ ... u* t OJ) Mixed. l?aa a 0 70 I nlt/. 0 06 a 0 00 Damp and tougfa. 0 90 a o 00 Oorn, white. OW a 0 75 Mixed. 068 a 0 70 Yellow. Offl a 070 Oorn M. ii. IU a o -?) . u 7."> a o */) Oats. mixed, new . Q t-j * >? U liiie ...??.ri .vi a 0 56 Clover s.-.-,i. 800 a 9 50 Tlmothj. 1 75 a i (W Hav. . 22 00 a 33 00 Int Hutter. 32 00 a 33 00 Butter, Virginia, paeked ls 00 a 20 00 Choiee Virginia. 20 00 a 2.5 00 Comiuou to middling.. 14 ou a 16 00 J-faf?:,..............SQQ B?W CibbwU >-? aaalth. N.w Tork. J ;WHb M-a H.-l.-n Woodn.ff Smith. of Btamford, Conn.,in s,-, lu-.on .... h-r yac l.t \.k ingand Young BuaaeB GnawoWL who issuing herfor $50,000 for breacb of promise. m tl.ehandsof h.s lawyera, bkdedared that there willbenocom promise. GHewoW aay* be w.ll tbeauittoa Bniah, wbil Um .?"?"' ,1,,-lares that ber dcf.-n-v Will '-<? blae* n.ail." Before laking lotbe yach I pre poaaeaaing defendant expreaaed lieraell rigoroualy refarding hei .H?me admirer. 'Taraa oat,"( ?f)?to? "naaty little ingrate, kid, ?_??> foolish, ill-advised, prcsump'uou- h.tl, <-ad," "b.-i-ar." "1.?er, black mail schemer," w-rc B fon of tbe epithettabe applaed tolierformer ad? mirer whom she saidshe would 1.1ak. "pay d.-arly" for the puhlnation (d their correspolldell.e. Inhis hotel ber.- Toung OnewoW, when tol.l ahout a feW of tl,.- l.-nns his former love had apphed to l.l.n, grinned and aaid: "It iraa fo be ei peoted she wouldn't like the who!, thing to come out, andofconrae abe i nia.l." Anothcr buiich ??f M.ss Smith I lettera waa made poblic by the young man todav. A foW exlia.ls foUOW: "Be sure to distroy the eVKMOCe Of my arhereaboota and do nol my I am here, or any where. i.nlcss in a \agrant way?'Out W.-st.' Beet i- lo my as Bvefyn Thaw did?*1 don'l know.' " Followin-.' a oonference with hea at" torn.-v William A. McQuald,' Miaa Smith, annoiiliced today that she would se.k to prevent furtber publk cation ol lettera arritten by har lo (Jriswold. She BUted that abe WOukl ask the court to eujoiti tlie young man from givinj.' any more of the lettera to the Ilewspapers. The IJahaew Wgnaari New York, July 22. - There i an in akaent rumor here that tbe "unknown tight.r in whoae bebalf Hugh Mcln tosh, tbe Auatralian promoter, and Jim Corbctt recently cruUknged Jack John ?on is none other than Warren Bai l.our, aon ..f the millkwiairethread man and natioiial ainateiir boxing cliani piun. Corbett recently pul on the glovea with young Barboui and al tbe end of their hoiii expreaaed inteuae aur iniseat tlicskiil.sii. ugtbandendurance diaplayed by tli< amnteur. Although wealtby, Barbour i- said to be eager to p/in laur.ls in tbe prixe ring. Neither Corbett nor nfclntoefa will y.t n veal tbe identity of their "unknown .i.inl A n ii ii a l Teanaraace -itusii" Meeting. Parcallvlfle, Va.. Aagaat ?i-iti, inio. Southern Rallwa) aiiin.un.es .1.1011111 tbe above ooeaaion verj lon roiind trip ii-oui \\ aahington. Al< aandi. ? Bluemont and Intertnedlate pointa: datea ofaale Augual Ni to i"ili Ini lui lv< im.il r, in in limit Au^'iisi II. 1910 BpeefatJ train will bi o|..ialcl Ironi \\ :i- hlngton and Alexandriato Pureell ville and reiurn August 3 W ednoadaj leavlng W aabln rton ?' ?a "> and \i. \ andlia \\ ? < I. tatl. ' I ? a. in -1"| ping at all polnta; returning leavo Pui ,-, ih niei u |. in aarae daj , Nufncli ni e.Xlra ei.n | .11)1111 Will l.e altaeli.-d Ul regular ir lins during I.rae oftbe meet Ing to properly take care oi travc I and ret urnii Bpeelal train will alao be opcratetl 1.burg io Purcelh ilhi Sundaj. kii guial 7th, h-a\ Ing Lerahtirg loflu ? m., returning leave PureellTille '"> p ni. aame dav. On Tueaalay and U edneadaj . Auguat :. an.l I". tniin 119, reaeloii ; Leeshurs 8:16 |. in. w ill l.e contii.I through to I'ur.elhille: returning leavi I'urcellrille im... p. m., each night for lx>eaburg. l'..r furlliei inloiiiiatioii .all on neare-i Southern Railwaj ticael agent or writc L s. Brown, Oenei ii \ ent, 700 Plf iceiith atreet northweat, Waahlngton, l). < . WAN PKD. A OlRLto do houeuoik iu ? small family. AppU al No, :t!7 soutli I'atrlek slr.et j.--'?' WANTED, H\ genlleuian and wlfe three lirst floor l NFURSLSHED ltt niMs in dealrable loealitj . ?Ith board, or board near. kddreaa, with partieulara, J. M. CRANE Manaaaas. Va._ j>---;i JustReceived SHIPMENTOF "FlatOpening" Stenographers' Books. 50c Per Doz. S.F.Dyson& Bro 508 King Street. A Light Lunch Un tho train. in tha home, "r ;'! tha cafe. i> doul.ly appivciated and twiee as beaencial if y<>u havo PORTNERS HOFBRAU BEER The l.eer is a food beTerage, il i? nutritive, an<l n bolpa aethwy the ?i i l'ndjgaatedit<flf. it ia ?? D| |a du'.?-? >??* and ha-t.n the iH|rjneon nnd aaadmilatioa of tie Bond foods. You dn not have a logy. slcpy. diatressed aen?ation aft.-rward. hut foal alert. strengthen. d and thoroughly coanfortabte. l;. II ifbrau brand RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA ?Phone No. 49-B Washington, D. C. Odds and Ends READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS Prteea do tbe lalfclng h..re. nothlng more needa t<> be aaJd I50ne*pl.Peroaje Dreaaea, Worth$4, at ? $1.25 -j. in, plece Oingbain and Chambray Dreaaer, worth $5and $6, at 24 vVool Ooal Buits. I'oruter I'riccs.SJn an.l ?J."i ?7.!>."> 171 Waab Bhirta, Worth |1 and $1.60, at $?a 78 Auto Llnen Coata, worth $6, al ? . 90 Llnen and Ramie Coat Bulta, Formerly $12.50 tofjo, at . $7.:c, 718 WaabBUrta, Worth |Sto$B,at $1.00 Plial Ploor BargaJn Table tornorrow. DHY GOODB. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Summer Clearance Sale of Hand-Loom Linens. The proc.-s hy which th.-se linetis are WOVetl an.l bleach.-d .- one <>f the old. i. an.l their wearing quality is cvi.leiice ..f its coiroctneae. A cboice selcction of desiKiis aud patterns, in all si/.cs. CLOTHS : 2x2 vards. $5.00 and $6.50. Were *"?'*> and $7..">(. 2 l-2x2jl I and 2x2 1-2 vards, *7.Hd Were $10. 2 1-2x2 1-2 vards, $8.00. Were 111. 2 1-2x8 12 vards, $18.60. Wete #17.60. 2 l 2x1 yar.is, 115. Were $20. Alao a tea odd Damaak Beta, ol tbe aame quality llnen, 2 1-2x8 yard clotba and 27'incfa Napkins, offered at 1 -3 Less Than Regular Prices. Beoond Boor?-llth at, Fine Embroideries. Cambric, Nainaook, and Swiaa Bmbroidery Edgioga in many dainty and etfeciive deeigna, ranging in width from 2 to 6 inchee. Included alao m a bna of Nainaook and Bwiaa [neertiona and aome Boadinga Special price, 15c yard. We have al-o juat rec.-ived a n.-w BtOCfc ol Plouncinga with luserlioii Hands lo luai.-h. alao Cambric and Nainaook EmbroUieriea in mat.li patlerna. Very moderatel) priced. Main floor?G st. XXII IXU XIIIIHI XiaiXIIIIIITTTTTTTTlTIIIIXI XIIJ of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 OFFICERS: Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce, Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield J. C. Smoot Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce M. A. Ahern Urban S. L*mbert The Citiiena* National Bank haa been directly ide itified with the mcrcantile. manufacturintf. and johbinj intereata of Alexandria for forty ycars, and. wich ita large capital, ample surplus. conserva ive dircctorate. protfrcssive management and convenient loeation. ia equir ped to satisfac torily handlc new aecunts and to accord them that sam-j courteoua at tention which haa been a vital factor in ita ateadfaat and continuoua growth. InaiiiiTixiii^ii.rj^ixiA-ixu^ Any Gentleman who is fond >.f a good smoke will pre fer acigar, the reputatkm of which has been teated f.?r yeara. This is the oaae with our Choice and PlantationCigars A ni.e. cleanamoke, made ofthe beet tobaoco to be bad on tbe market, and made by skilled and cxi>crienccd work Piedmont Cigarettes at $3.95 per thousand cash. Hamilton and Co., 323 King St. EXRCUTOR'8 NOTlCaV-HaTlne Quak ,s exeoutor of the wllfofthe l.ue M-s ELIZABETH T. McVEJOH, I b< rebj gtrenotloa toaii peraona IndebV ed to '???r ecUtC to make paym. nt 10 me wltraput dehgr, and to all peraona harlng claiina againat the avne to preaent then' t.. me, nroperlv authentieated. for - ineiit. LEW;S U MAt'HEX, Jj Ifl lOt_ Clearance Sale (X itoiiin...-k- Lawa Bwhaga, Chalra, Camping Outflta, Tenta, I at Bathing Sults. P a" great reductlou al i M room (bra irdor <>f < hristmas gnods. The nieiitioned goods bave to l>e loUL Snine remarkable hargains. Lawa Bwtaga at g&OQ each; former priee ?*? GO, Ia one of the bargafaaa, fot ili?tale ??? R. E. KNIGHT 621-23-25 King Street, Special for This Week. K<-*t Silver I'late and Hawkei Cut Glasa w.it.r Prtchera. $5.00 Regular priee ?0. R. C. ACTON V SONS. Jowelera and Silversmitha. Hard Craba. Soft Craba. Deviled Craba and Crab Salad At JACOB BR1I.1.S RESTAURAXT footof King Street. Open until 10 p. m. apr7 6m Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before the advance at lovest aummer priees. Beat qualily prompt delivery and bottom price. PboneflS. DaW, AITCHESON, lOTaouth Royal atreet, 4e?-U ******* H Announcement Extraordinary U Will Open Their New Store 612 KING STREET Tomorrow, Saturday, at 8 A. M. You Are Cordially Invited To Call and Inspect Our Stock of Beautiful PIANOS OF WELL KNOWN MAKERS. From 7:45 P. M. to 10 o'clock there will be special music by the best male quartette of Washington, with solos and instrumental numbers. Swan Bros. KING AND PITT STREETS. DRESS LINENS REDUCED. We will place on sale tomorrow all the Colored Dress Linens at reduced prices. This affords a good opportunity to secure an all linen dress goods at greatly reduced prices. The following colors will be on sale Friday and Saturday. Blue, black, pink, gray and pink: Midsummer Clearing SaleNowinProgress D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. Two Fine SuburbanHonTesFor Saie On the Very Top of Shooter's Hill About one acre of fround improved by cozy acven roora frame dwelling. with bath. and good dry cellar. all in fine conditton. with new atable. Nice ahade and excellent view. Price for a ahort time only $3,500 On King Street Road (LeeaburtfPike). Pive acrea of land. in hitfh atate of culcivation. improved by excellent new frame dweilintf. with aix lartfe rooaea and bath. with w it<rr plant^ and eoncrete cellar. furnace heat: front. aidc and rcar porchea. Thia property wa#?, built to be occupied by ita owner. who haa sinc- died. Price. $5,500 Conault ua about Reai Eatatc Inveatmenta. Fire. Accident. Health and Diaability Inaurance. Get our liata of Alexandria City. Roaemont. Del Ray. Braddock Heifhta and St, Elmo Real Eatate. THOMPSON & APPICH 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va.