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Sun and Tidc Table. Sun rises tomorrow al b'AS and s. ? Btghwater atSsMa. m, and irjti p. an. Weather Probabilitiea. Kor thia aeetton unaettled weather. with si,..?era lonlght and IHieawtaj ; mod erate trmperature; llghl i" moderate varial.l, wind FUNERALS. The fun i il nf the latc Wall.r J>. Triroyer, who<1i<d I iday aflernooii al the bonie of In- fiiiln i M?\ John II. Trimver. n.-ai l: M-iuht-. took place from tbe M ??! infiat Proteartant Cbun h yeatei 11- rnoon, Bev. ?'. M. Holmea i Bi I, and the pall baarera were Mi<a Samuel W. Pitt*, K.nnctb W. Ogd, ... lam.-. S. Smythc, Wallace Ia,, I , y, I IgBT Warlidd. jr. . and BuaMell Woolf. The iiitiiincnt w i- in Betbel Cenietery. Th.- funeral of Ihe late Prank W Butta took place from tbe raaadence, 4'_'1 OOltll Columbiis street, yestcrday after.i. Bev. .' D. Gtbaon, of the Bpiacopal Tbeological Beminnry ??( \ ir gin!a. '.tliecit.d, and Alexandria Cotlll cd. No ?'', Kiatcinal Ordei of Ameri eaiH, of whieh Mr. Butta waa a mem? ber, altcinlcil in a body. The inter ineiit wa- in the Mcih,.di-t ProteaUuit Cemetery, Tbe funeral of the latc John Beed who died Kinlay night lasi at th> Al. \ indiia Mospital, took place this morning from W. Demaine k Bbo'a undertaking cbapel. The inter ineiit waa in the afethodisl Proteatant Oeenete/y. Tbe aervicea were con dueted b\ Bev. W. K. W'atsi.n. and the pallbearets wen kleaara. M. R. Norris. Krnest l; Boyer, If. I>. Boyer and Bemard Brown. EXCITEMENT ON LOWER PRINCESS STREET Somc cm itcinetit Waa caused on Princeaa atreet near Union yeeterday afternooo by ? roa whieh took place between Jamea Belf, Alheri Harriaon, Lacey Drake and Walter Weaver. Offlceia Bnmpaon and Bcboeni arreated tlieipiateinioii and they were placed in the dock of the Police Court this morning. Tbeevideace waato the effect that Harriaon, who was belpieaaly diunk. wa- .iltacked by Sclf, and that Weavci and I ?rake, who were passing at thc time, interfered and terminated Ihe .i-aiill. Belf became iiueli-cd at tbe paacemakera and ahjuaed one of them and was kin.cked doWD. He later reappearcl, armed with a table leg, and attempted to uae it no thc two nien when he w is knocked doWO and disarnicd. Belf was fined *10 f saull and llarrison #.'> for being drunk in Mi.- sii.et. Drake aml Weaver were disini--i >l. PULICE COURT. [Joatiee II K Caaton preaiding.] The following eases weie disposed of tlu.- in.iug: Feidniaml l'alten. chn-a I with va grancy. wa- s.nt to the workboaaa for 60 da John Rryant and I lollv .hnkins both colorcd, diarged with tighting, Were fined *"> each. .l.iiiio- I'avne, c.loicd, cbarged with di-,i Icrly con luct. was fined *?'>. Jamea Drake and Walter Weaver, cbarged with dieorderty conduct and tighting. were di-nu- Maj Jamea Belf, cbarged with aimilai of fenaea, wa- fined $1<>. Albeit llaiii-oii. cbarged with being drunk in tbe atreet, was fined 810. A white man, , irg. rl \ ih gaml ?' " was fined 810 A re d nt of P inc WiUiam, cbarged witba uiuibu offi uai araa diamiaaed. FIKE AT P0H1CK The reaidence of Mr. I B. Clagetl near Pohkk Church, wa- totally de ?troyedbyfireaboul 7 SOo'clockonSat turday nigbt, Ml Clagetl and his fam ily were al-etit whcn the liic was diacOV eredb) neighhora, who wereuoableto extinguiah the Baraea, hut who auc ieede.1 in ftaving the harn aml other outhmldim-. Onlj a amall quantity of fiirnituie m one room was mved, ?-ven tbe cluthing ol the family being burned. The raport lhat a cotisidei ahlc suin of niotiey had heeii hiuned wa- iintriie The lo-- on the building was *:Mhn> covered by ao inauranoe of but $tw><>. _ A DAY OF PLEASURE. A feast of pleasurc is m store for Iboaa who bjo io Maraball llall tomoi ,,,w oii the third eoiuplinielitan . \ lnrsioii given by the Klk-' Dramatic Club \s au organuatioo <>f enter taiiu-rs thia club has few c.pials. Tlu \ spaie neitbei money nor time in order to carry t.. a Bucceaaful concluaion everj undertaking, and Iheir Bucceaa stan Is preemineni. Tbe eicuraion tomorroe Will be UO eveeptloli t<> tlie lllle. alld a bappj in">' '- promiaed thoae who go Tbe committee baa been bvfadi in the dkrtributii.f ticketa and if an\ of thcir frienda bave been overlooked the fault is not thcir- it is an excurakw UO! given for the few, hut tlu matiy. and it i- boped that tho-e who wi-h to go Will not havc any c\eu-e opc ial ly that of not gettillg a tu ket THE CHURCHES Bervicea al Ohrfaa Church yeeterdaj WCle eotidlK led h\ R?V. ?'. D, Gihsoll. He\ I M. On 'ii oceupicd the pulpil at St Paul'a Church; at the M. B. Church South ihe aervicea ware con ducte.l by Rcv. pr. Detaaey, of Balti ioore no -? i \ ? - - were heKI at th 1 presbyterian Church. Beektent ctergy oocupied the pttlpita at tbe otfaer ehurchea Tbecongregationa wereby no meam large, i large number of people atill being ool ol the citj RIVER NOTES The -.-h.K.iier Willard. f r. -m N'orfolk with abingketo H- * Ba?o4 A Co , has airived. The baraje Bafern from Baltunon with l< rtiliiing material toi the Alea aiulna Fertiliaer and Cbemkal Com* pany has yrived. Shoea les-i than halt price 800 paira ? Bboea tbal co.-t to manufacture *l 60 and H.75, and aoM al t&00 and 12 50 will be sactiticed at 98c par pair. John'A. Maraball & Bro., i21 King ?laaaj, THE CITY JAIL. The Board of Aldermenmeettonigbt lo paaa tbe $10,000 act for jail unprove ??,,?.. Arefereoceto the "piutm" carrying the ahove M.ni -hows that .his matter has been r*oding many yeara. The judge of tha Corporation i ourt had callcd attention to the condition of the iail aud tbe City Council baa been anxioua to make the improyemenl now lo?way tobecarriodout Ihe flnance committee baa been al all ti.i deair ,,?, ,,, reoommend an appropriatton not of 120,000 or $10,000 to be uaed t(( ,,.,.lel or ichuild a jail bul to make an appropriatton aufncienl to make the jail aafe, aanitary and mod ,-rn. Kvcn ihe sum of $10,000 now recommended could not be ae4 aparl pnot to thia time. aa atreeta and - were urged by membera of Council. II,e school board ordered and had erected a new achool building for which tbe city had toKctapart $20,000. This .sum has been augineiited hy tfae thooaanda for additiona and improve meiits. The maiket building, [.r house and engine bouax have alao not been neglcctcd, and of oourae required nioiicy for the iiiipro\cineiits. The ta\ laws, licenae lawa, and otber methoda toi raising revenue evidenced that tbe money 10 be raiscd from BUch ?ourcea waa practtcally apeot in th< appiopriatioiis for the ycar. The City Council has already appropriated Jj'i.titMi or *?;,tM?o for extraa, yct the nnance committee in dlacuaaing the mattets with tiic propcr olli.ers of the city dccmcd it wise to m.t longer dclay tbe jad improvement, and ao recom? mended the work to he doiic and the ap propriation made. Ofcourae theae ad diiional appropriattona will havc lo be e.ue.l for iu the way of a temporarj loan ne\t Pebrnary ot Marcb As de urable as theae improvemenia may be, it >hould he tlu- ann of munici|.alili. - to live witfain their meana yet in recommending this appropriation the *uance committee has th. endoraement of the eitl/elis and ta\pa>els THE REGATTA. The National Begatta beld on the Potomac, at Waahington, cloaed on Baturday. The following were the winnera on the i loaing day. As-ociation single aculla- B. P. Qor don, Veaper Boal Club, Philadelphia, 8.89. Becord 7.19 2-6. Benior tour-oared abella -Arundel Boal Club, Baltimore, 7 25. Becord 6.?. [ntermediate aingle aculla N. B. Jackea, Argonaut Bowing < *Uil., Toronto, 8.45 2-6. Becord 7.24. Quadruple acull ahella (aenior)? Ni-.iii BoatClub, New York, 7.243-5 Becord 7.09 2-6. Champiotiship aenior aingle aculb William Mchthof. Nas-ni Boal Club. New York. 8.84 I 5. Becord 7.19 Senior eight-oared ahella Ottawa Bowing Club, ottawa. 6.82 2-5. Record-?6.05. Bpacial senior four-oared race \ i - per Boal I'luh, New York, 7.09, FINED FOR GAMBLING. A young man, who-ays hchails from I'rince William eounty. came to thia eity B few dayaagO and made ihe ac quainunoaof a young man livingtn the westein seetioii of the city. Ofl Bal urday evening they engaged in a game of poker iu tbe unocoupied bouae on tfae oornei of Wolfe and Henry atreeU and were later ane-t..| h; ntlicers (iill, Etoland and Arrington, The priaonen were brought before tbe Pbli ? Court this morning whcn ihe man from I'rince William atated tbal he was invited lo enter into the game hy the Alevin ilrian; that the latter. after the gam< had pi? gicsseil for a -hoit time. picked np a tendollar hill heloiiging to tbe tranger, a tnl to a aafoon, had il changed nnd returned twit flve dolUn The atraoger aaaerted that the Alexan dnau curaed and threatened him when he demauded the return of his money. Juatioe Caton Bned the Alexandrian $10and diamiaaed the i'rince William man PANTOMIMIC PROCEEDINGS. Amongthepriaooera in thedockol th.- I'oliee Court thia morning was Ferdinand Pattoo, a well-known patron of thai tribunal. He bad been taken m cbarge by Officer Garvey on the chronic charge of vagrancy. Patton U deaf and ilnnib, and be, a- UHUal, made In- stateincnt to the I'oliee Couri on bis iingcrs. Juatice Caton used bia fingera to lel tbe priaonei know that be would be an inmate of tbe workhouee during the nexl aixtj dayi_ THE HOLY NAME SOCIETY. Spe.ial aervicea arere held in Bt. Mary's Church last night under the auspiccs of th.- Holj Name Bociety. Practically all tbe membera of tbe l.ranch were preaenl with manj of their friends. An able 'diacourae on il.b ject and methoda of the Holy Name Bociety was delivered bj Bev. K Has enfuaa, 0. P., of Waahington, folkiwed by belied'Ctioll Of the ble-Si d saei 1 meiit. Arrangementa were atarted to take part in the Holy Name paiailc in Washington nexl October. A MURDER RECALLED Koitv yean ago la-t Thursday nighl William I vles. an old and wdl known fanher of the Piacataway diatrict, Marvland, was munlci.d by scveral Alexandria negroes and the houai robbed. Three daya later Chief Web Sler, Of the poliee foree. aircstcd Bill I'tater, one of the murderera, and latei he bad all eave one (who baa never been beard ofaioce the murder) in jail. The iugi.es were later taken to Uppei Marlboro, tried audhanged. SUPPOSED MAD DOG. \ dog -npposed to be Buffering from hvdrophobia. was killed on iiortb l'itt street. vestcrday. rhe large nnmbei ol vagram doga twen on the streets at preaeot is not only an an Doyanec to many people, bul anxiety to othera. There baa of late been mneh ialk about aending oqt the dog wagon. but Bofaraacanbe kaaroed, nopreparationa toward that end are in progleSs. Tbe liunibet of un lioeoed caolnea leaaidto be ioeraaaiog all the time, and it ia probable no st.p will b? taken tOWard abating I dingerou- miisaiice until scs.ralpcr -hall have been bitteti by uia-l doga. 10 i pair ladies titicshoe worth * and 84.00, They are our In-st ? but a htile off aa to style. 88 ocnui, J, A, iUuuall * Bjo? iX*W rtrwi PERSONAL Mfl I.ouis 0. Hardin is visiting at AJtoona, Pa. Mr- Christiana Bohraus has tiirned from a visit to relativea in New York. Mr. t'arl Shaffer, of Alexandria. is speiiding his vacatioii with his mother, M i?- Ella Shaffer, in Woodstoek? [Her ald. Mrs. George L Btrnpaooand Mra. William D. Ogden have returned from a two weeka vkrit to Atlaotic City. Mha Betty Keya, Miaa Mary Qreao away and Miaa Margaret fJermood are at Atlantic <"ity. MisS Judith Boawell is thegueal of Mis. Anna Barley at Deerffold, Augaata eounty. , ... Mra. William Herhert and Miaa l',n,,v Herhert left last Week to joll Miaa Anne Herhert md Mha Klh-i Herhert. who areapeoding the aumme at Old Orcbard, Me. Mra. Marv ('. Doffey left Bunday f.,r Colonial Beacfa where shc will join a yacfating party for a crmse on the lowcr I'otomac and Chcsapcake hay. Mr. Bherman B. Fcarlet and fanuly have gotic to Front Koyal to speiul I few weeka. Mrs. Charlea 1*. Waller and Miss kathcrnic Waller left today for a Visit to Atlantic City. Mr. William A. Moore has retttmad f,. a msii to his sister, Mrs. Piser, at Shiishan, N. Y. l?r. Chaa. B. Outcalt baa raturned from a ahorl vacation at Martinaborg, W. Va. Pormer Mayor B. B. Downham ia viaiting hi- nephew, Dr. Wainwright, iu Woodhnry. N. I Mr. Downham will al-o visit in Saratoga and Atlantic City before returning t<- Alexandria. Mra. Aray QrifBn has gone to ('.. |,,mal Beacfa to stay the next two weeka. Miss Irciic Y. Dearborn, of this city, now bead operating nm-e at the Cbil dren'a Hoapital, in Waahington, is speiiding her vacation at Dearhorn, Amheisi eounty. Mra. Waltei Seott 1'assmorc (nee Miaa BdnaCooke)of Birmingham, Ala., ,ii.l her littie son. Legrande, are the goeeta or Mrs. Paaamore'a sister, Mrs. Wiii. A. Moore, of north I'atriek street. Miss Marguerite Cooke, of Bir mingham, Ala., is th.- gueal of her aunt, Mra. Wm* A. Moore, on north I'atriek -treet M,s. Ilattie Duffey, of Rusthurg, waa the week end gueat <>f Mra. Wm. Moore, ?_'(?'..rth Patrick atreet Maator llan.ld Moore and sister, m,~ iiei ii. lespciiding terj daya at Colonial Beach with the ehoir ofOrace Cbureb.tbia city. Bev. W. P. Wataon left today for bia Burnmer vacation. Mrs r.lla Waahington Howard is viaiting Mra. B. 1>. Tucker, at Yirginia Beach. . _ Mr. John Uoyd is vanttng Mrs. I.. D Tucker at Yirginia Beach. Miaa Panni ? 1'. Meade, Mrs. Jobn Mcade, and Miaa Lohi Meade. who have been rtaying at the (}.in Anne eottagcat Yirginia Beach, havereturncd to thcir home near AcCOttok. Mr. Maury W. Qainea has gone to Atlantic City. Ifiaa Nellie Marahall.of Fairfax, who baa been viaiting at the reaklence of Councilman <'. B. Marahall, has re turned to her home. ? afiai EUie Hamilton has gone to Berryville to apend a few weeka. Miss,- Anna and Mollie Qorman left today foi a two week-' atay al Atiantk City. M,.. Ilaiina l.tiiit left today for Maaaanetti Bpringa. . v w. Bmitfa and littie daugb ter. Bhzabeth Dent, are apending a few wei kg :it her mother'a farm, Mn M I-:. Moriarty. \ir (Jeorge l> Hopkina ia conflned to his home with pnciiniotiia. Mr. .1 ame- B. .lohnstoii and family have returned from Paxaon, Lpudoun eounty. where they apent tbepaal few Mrs. Bernard Barnett and Mra Badie Chauncey aitfa thcir cfaUdren have returned from a plcaaanl vi-u to llalfway, Pauquier eounty. Va. Mr. .1. It. Caton has returned from New York, where he weii! on legal busim Mi-s Marv Pitthugfa Fieklin baa re? turned to her home in thia city from a moal d.lightful two inoliths' visit to I,,, sister Mildred and brother-in-htw, Profeaaoi ThomaaJ. Echola, at Atlanta, (icorgia. Mra. Wealtha rkAwarxrnann has re? turned to her home in tlu- city fioiu a ple.i-.int ttip to Atlantic City. OfBcerW. P. Perguaon and bia two M>na have returned from a pleasanl vacation apenl al WHkinaon'B, Wcst nioreland eounty. FORT QUARANTINED. Poi the firat time in tbe biatory of the post Kort Washington. 00 tbe Potomac river, about siv milea aouth of Alexandria. is under ipiarantine, as far ka tbe Porty-fourth Company of Coaal Artillery is concerned, bacaoaa Private Bluaber, <>f that company, has d, \, loped a caae of acartet fever. siii-hci contracted the diaajgae while on a vi-ii to Washington, CHARTER. \ , haii.i w i- i-uci Baturday bythe Btate Cipoiaiion Commiaeion tothe Grand United Efforl of America. Principal cdfice, Alexandria, thooapora* tora: Edmund Hifl, jr.. preaident; 3. 8. Johnson, vice-preaadent; T. M- Wataon, Becretary- all colored and of Alex? andria. Tbe charter dechvrea that the puipi.se> nf the "effort" are to create ? fraternal beneflciary a-soctation.'' and thc capital stock i- mi. Theic kj 00 thing t" mdicate that, the cbncern will exteiid (o all parta ,.f kmerica, but the name ia a bighaounding one. There being no capital atock and no money in aight, there is pq trcaaqrer. STORE ROBBED. A thii f etitered the store of the M Schiilci Beef Company, <>n Ktngatreet, near I'ain, k. on Saturday night. and atote a ham. a pound of bacon, a pound ,.f t.a. a-a.k of llour, a amall tin of lard, a amall tin of apple butter, and a l?,x of ctgara. Cbief Gooda and Oftieer Arrington found all of the atolea prop erty, with tbe exosptioa of the ham, ina basket in a house in north Henry street._ Bev. Kran, i- i Caay kforan, form .rlv archdeaoon of the Episcopal Dio , ,s, ,,f Maryland. died Kriday nigbt at Wc-i Hamptoti afeaeh, I. I. Arch :, kforan was an Enghshniau and Jjau lirod ia Auictica for about30 iear?, LOCAI. BREV1TIES. There have beea iwreral ahowera of raia today. An adjourned meeting of the Board of Aldermen will be held to.nghi. Services appropriatc to th. Peaaf of the Assumption were held in St. Mary 8 Church today. Two braaa belk were atokwi on Betur day night from signal notea between Braddock Hoightaand Bt, Aanpii Twoeolored boyfl eiigaged in B rock battleoa soiitb Alfrcd atreetthui morn ing. The trouble originated m b di pute regardiog the Owoerabip of a pair of shoea. A locomotive in ehargeof Engineer Car.-v Criiinp WM ovcilurned on B auJe track at Bluemont Satimlay. The BO gineer aml ilreiuan eacaped iojury. Tbe oontraet for painting Hallowell aehool building on north Alfred Btreel bna been given to Mr. Harry RutM aodtheplambing work at Waabingtoo school building to Mr. .1. C. Qatea, A meeting of the g. neral committee whidi is making prcparatioii- for eo terlaining thc lir-mcn- convention, whieh mects in this city nexl areek, will be held in tbe t..- of the Chaiii ber of Coninicrcctoiiighi. Qeorge Dawaoo, the youth who was knocked from tbe elcctric railwXV bridge over Huotiog crei k Baturd 13 afternooo by a paflriog traio, waa not. seriouslv injured. He eacaped witn .1: BCalp wound. and after havmg receiyod Bttaation a: thc Alexandria Hoapital left for his home. Sanders i Stavman. thrOOgh Mi John M. Beed, their Alexandria agent. In- pbeed a pianolo in tbe Behance cngiiie bouea. It will be uaed dunng thc sessions of thc 1'nenn n'.- COBVeB tion in this eity nexl week. BoBM excHemeal waa cauxed in the neighbori.d of Wilkcs and Kairfax streets Satuiday nighi by a rcpoil that aburglar had eut.red a bouae in that neighborhood. The premiaea were ? aiched by aetghbora but no tracea of an inlriidereoiild be found. Hockfish, blueflab, whlte pereh, nuw k erel trout, butternah and eatfiah will be t'orsalc hy I. \\ . Travers 111 market to morrow. Select Soft Shcll Craba on toa-t and Derlled Craba at Bplniura Cafe. Prine* and Etoyal street-._ Hard Craba. Soft Craba. Dcviled Crabs and Crah Salad At JAOOB lUllIJ.s RESTADRAMT ti.ol of Klng Street. Open until 10 p. Bt,_apr7i;m POTOMAC ACADEMY No. jij North vVaahlngton Street, Alexandria. Va. Ihe fortv si.nd scssioii will .0111 mence Beptember 11, 1910 A full <la?i oal and inatheiiiatical courae taught; alsn Krench (ieiinan. Spanish. I.o.ik keeping and typewrlting. Catalogue*, giving full partlcuiara, aenl upon appll eatton. JOHN 8. BLAl K.BUBN, anglSeo lm_Princlpal. NOT1CK.- I will 11,,1 be 11-ponsiblfl for an\ debta that m.\ wife Marj l. U/beelook, may eontracl after thia day, August 16, 1910 < \ WHEEIAX K. auglfiSt* MASONTC. t called con* munleatiou of ALEXAN li H1A U/A8H1N0 TON LODOK, No. 22, A I ,\ \. M.. will be hekJ al tbe Temple TOMORROW 1 tlaj KVENINO, Augual 16, at 7aW o'clock, for work. By order of tbe Worablpful Ma-ter. 2i a. (i. UHLER. Becretary. Now is the Time To purebaae your grooeriea al the Grenl Atlantic A PacIHe Pea Co ? atore and aave eaaily 25 i? W per ccnl bc-ides gettlng I'.eiuiilul lluii-chold Purnlahlnga Free The A ,\ Pbuaineaa iaatrictlj co opera ti \ <?. Do i'"t fall to tn oui aew K,ia-lc,l C,llee at 28c B I'' Japan Rice. whole tfrains. b lb?. 25c Chloride of Lime. a can . . 5c Potaah or Lye . . 5c Sultana Peaa . . 10c Asparagu9 . .21c Grandmother's Oats. 3 pkjfu. 25c Swift's SilverLcaf l.ard. a Ih. 15c Full Crcam Cheesc . . . I Hc Pickles .... 10c. 15c. 18c Durkee's Salad Drcsaintf. 10c. 25c. 39c A. 6f P. Baked Beans. oc. 10c. 15c Country ImportcdSaucc. 12c.45c A. tf P. Importcd Olivea. 10c. 15c. 25c Beachnut Bacon 15c. 28c Fancy Fat Mickerel ... 7c R. 6f R. Potted Tonjfuc . . 10c The Great Atlantic ?? Pacitic Tea Co., P.? Bell ? ilnm Ihiim Uei ihe greal middle cleea of intelligeat, Induatrioua worknieti in Ihe millioiis . .f WOlk abopa of the world and tbal ita cheei makea their work a pteaa iiie and its -ti. ogtfa feeda their mu-eie.s for the taak tbe] bave t*' perforni. DRINK HOBRAU BEER It is a delicious brand, boi ly brewed hy the labor of high paid workmcn. A gla-- or two at Doon brightena tfaelunch boar and yow will etijoy it eVCO more during the evetiing hours that you spend with your family. Keep a case at home. Our wagons go evervwherc. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA 'Phone No. 4<?-B ^^ W *THC BUSY CORNtfl' ^^ Washington, D. C. ONE SPECIAL IN OUR AUGUST FUR SALE Qeouine Bfaek Praoefa Lyna Bet; fur longrilky; laiwafaoulderabawl andextra large aqua^'pUlow nruff. Lined with Mack 8ktnner*a aataa. Winter priea, $17.60. Bak price, $9.95 Housg Lined witfi is a place of enduring I beauty, of doniestic *' health, comfort and economy ? warm In wfater, cool in sum mer, anugaud dry at all seasons. "Ivory" is not expeiisivc. Ordinary plas tering matetrinai ? lime, etc.? , '.-cxtr.ivagant. Tlu y make a 08, ahsorb cut.ilaniji, drafty, tmaightlY, unsanilary, .1 < rumbty wall. Ivory Wall Plaster made from Bock Oynsum, makcs a hai d, tough, tmoi >t 'i.ocnse, dry.sani tary wall that dciies time, weathcr, fire and waler. Saves week% of time in building, saves doctor bills, saves fuel, pro tects the decorations, saves repairs. Ask your Architect In plaatering your Home, insist upon Ivory Wall Plaster. Sold only by Wm. H. Peck LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Shows New Rides Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics jel Jm r..s.? lll l? l M-. NAHACEB ^J A Good Cigar promotea tranquility and ia a aourceof eotnfort to the Btnoker. It ahould be made of clean tobacco and utider sani i.uy conditione, Thafs the Kind of ctgai tbal we manufacture. Our hrands are the hcst upon the niarket and s).1.1 be handled hy evcry retail dealer. Qive ua a trial order. Hamilton and Co., 323 King St. FOR SAl-E. \ BAB ROOM ANIi RKS'lAl KAN I'. uith or wltbout building. for aaJe Aa ,,i,i establiahedataad. Reaaoo ?r s.-n loj outtatooataraaotbarbualaeaa A|> C. H. Zimmerman, makkkt aja?ACaa, augl- lw_ MR8ALK. A large ipmntit.v ol new 1 aml sccoikI lian.l BUILUINd M \ TKR1AL. Lat roe have your Inqulrlea. Will Have you money WM, H. PECK, l'? n. and tfueen atreeta aug!38l FOR RENT. \ ,.foriabte nine i..i iHOUSE u ii ii large siilc yard, In tirst elaaa eondt ti,,n, with all modern Improvementa: i,nl rea-niialile. ioeation ciiii% ciiieiit and (leslnlile. Apply to 517 Boutb Waahlng ? i._augl Fi.i: KK.N i t ) N BOOM Hoi 8E ....uii hath;exoelleatloeattoo. Apply 135 north vl aablngtoa streot, tuglSlvi_, V..u dolhe wlndlng, th. wateh wtlldotha le-t. < il'eoiirsc: it's an ACTON PRECISION WATCH. R. C. ACTON V SONS. Jewelera and Silversmitba. FOR RENT. w aki.H'.iiBBSxnaa, rwo btobbb Kle\ ator and all modern improvements (?..rncr I'rince and Union streets. Ap|ily lot A. I). BKOCKETT. HIMIH. BOYfl and YOXJNQMKN to do un -killed lal.or. Men with tWO or HBOM bova maj alao awcnre emptoyinent Ad .1,. .- VII \ VM'KIA QLASBWORKS, Alexandria, Va., not later than Auguat jith._aug5 eo ttt* FlRB ENT.-e room FBAME HOU8E. 119 U ilkes. tts.ou per niontb. :,ugi::tt WM P WOOLLSASON^ Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before the advance at loweat summer pricea. Best quality prompt delivery and bottom price. Phonei<6. DaW. A1TCHES0N, 107 aouth ttvyaiatrjei. 4*>U your comfort depends large ly on your re fresh m ents along the road. Carry your favorite hot or c^ld drink in an TTIAnrMABK mo. u. ?. r*r. orr. anu opuat iritaih BOTTLE Keeps drink icy cold for days and steam ing hot for 24 hours. You are invited to examine them. Saunders & Son 629 King Street. 14 Per Cent Investment on King Street. i,.1 Ituildmg. M feet wide, storeand 4 tlats, all reated Out of town owner muet sell. Here is your ehance. SEE F. L. Slaymaker, 313 Kintf St. THE ROSEMONT MAN. aaajtaf L06T. 'ii, ;??. -io -t I-'ridav night a gold Kni?'tit of Iloiior l'l\ Flndev will please rcturn to this offlce and rt eeivy tuanks. ot'a widow, augU 31 DRYCiHHiS. Store oloaoa at i o'clock daily, BJteOBt Saturtlaya?at 1. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Contination of August Sale of Furs. Not one person in a hundred knowa Furs. and there is no other art.de of merehandiae?oId in whieh one can bc s,i e.isily decetved. The natural eonse qaenca is, people have to take for granted what their dealers tell thcm. They buy upon faith and not upon knowledge- therefore, Ia purehasing Furs, koow your dealer?know that you can depend upon him? place perBMt conridonee m what he says. Truthfulness baa been one of the greal (actora kn the rapui growth of this itnmense business of ours; and in advei tising inerdiandisc we 1.11 only what are faeta. When we say that the Furs in this sale are of the highest grades and strictly perfect; that every pieee was nnide up this seasoii to our special order in thc very latest style, and that tWO BaOOtha hence you will have to pay from a fourth to a third more for these same Furs. we are tdling what is absolutely triie, and our broad guarantee?"IVrfect Satisfactioti or Money Refuuded'* stamls baak of it. Furs purchased during this August aale will be stored until eold weather free of eharge, thus relieving you of all worry and trouble; besides, on the iv ceipl of a sninll deposit we will reserve any piece in stock until wauted. Balann cau bo paid at auy time before delivery. Third rloor G st. ZBsxxKKiEUBxnnn?11 mnm nnnnnn nun 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. Lambert The Citiiena" National Bank ha? been directly identified with the mercantile, manufacturintf. and jobbing interesta of Alexandria for forty yeara. and. with ita large capital. ample surplus. conaervative directorate. orotfreaaive manatfement and convenicnt looation. ia equipped to aatiatac torily handlo new accounta and to accord them that aame courteoua at tention which haatbeen a vital factor in ita ateadfast |and continuoua growth. griiirrjTrn-''*^ 111 vrrrTTniTrnTrnTixLriiJ.ixi Real EsUte Loans. Fire Inaurance| FOR SALE On the south side of King street between Alfred and Patrick streets, a fine three story brick dwelling, containing eleven rooms and bath, with all modern conveni ences, good dry cellar, large lot, with side and rear alleys. Special price for ten days only. For further particulars see. THOMPSON & APPICH 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va City and Suburban Propertiea. Stockfl and Bonds LAWN AND ORGANDIES All our 12 l-2c, 15c and 18c Lawns and Organdies at 9 l-2c. Beautiful Flowered Designs 12 1-2c and 15c Bates Ginghams at 10c. Short lengths. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Straet, Alexandria, Va.