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FRIDA1 IA I.MMi. AUQ. 1'J hQCAL MATTEKS. |Sun and Tide Table. Sun riaaa tomorrowal '>.i~ and sets q 0. Iligh water al7;l:i;i. iii. and 7:17 p. m. Wcathcr Probabilities. Forthis-etion pirlly i loudy and eool er tonlght Haturdaj fair: moderate liorliierly wiml THE GAZETTE EOR THE SUMMER Bubaciibera who leave the city t.-m porarily ahooM not (ail to have the (ii/.-tte f.,llow them. Addreaaea will be chaaged aa often at requeated with oui e\tia chargi. Thoae who are nol ragular eubacribera can have theGa mailed t<, th. m al the ????* oenta ,. , ,A,.,.k. ? ? ' telei.l. .,, ihe .Ma-onic Me . .... jemplecoiiinnttee hcld on Moil day night it waadecided to requeal the (irand Ma.-ter of Masoiis iu Virginia to gire his (i.nscni to the canvaaaing in othei grand mriadictiona for contribu tiona to aid in the buikling iu thia city of the propoaed Waahingtoa Ma-.e Meinonal T.-mple. \n asso.-ial i.-n for this purpoaa, it will be remembered, waaorganiaed iu thia city onFebruarji 22.1 la.-i wben the Grand Maalera .,i their r. preseniativ.s from a numberol the atatea were preaenl and expreaaed their h.aiiv approval of the nienmrial lemple plan. Already a mimber of , ontributionfl f..i th.- lemple bav< been made and it is propoaed to puta iiuni ber of canvaaaera in the fiekl and aolicil aid in thiaundertaking. It is underej.I that eoiicitora will i" a ahorl time take th.- ti.ld iu behalf ?-f the teutple and will open th.- canvaa in Baltimore. PLAYING 1NDIANS. reral amall boya, auppoaed to have been mepired bymovingpicture ahowa, ii fai aveninga ago while on Jonra'a Point, concluded loengage in the in nooent diverakm of "plaving Indian." A amall boy waa aelecte I a- the vk-tim, and after imaginary t.diawka bad been flouriabod aboul bki bead, the ehild, n is aaid, waa taken toatree.and bound and pi-paiatioiis made for his exil "Ut <>f thia world in th.- manner of .h.aii of Are. The fire waa kindled, bul the boj maaaged to eacape aerious mjury, altbough the greal toe <?f one "f his f.-.-t were painfully burned. It i -aid that a wairant will ?'?' UWUed for the aiie-i <d the "bravea WEDDING A rery quiet bul pretty wedding wai soi, iniii/.d in Waahington laeJ uigbl wben Mi>- Ada B. Ticer becaroe the bride of Mr. ('. Louia Kolmar. Th, ceremooy waa performed in the per aonaga of the Chriat Bvangelical Luth eran Churcb in the preaence of tbe ini mediate familiea >.f the contracting -. the Be\ -1 P. W.n.hel of ficiating. Mrs Alice M Arnold, aiatei of the bride, arted aa matron of bonor ;,,?! |fr, ii iu v B ArnoM aa beal man. After the pereroonj Mr. and Mrs. Folnaar l? ft for a trip t.? Niagara Falla. Toronto and Thouaand huanda. The and grooin are well knowa in thia < itv and ha\e the beal wiahee of theii many frienda and acquaintancea A SUGGESTION The oonditi.f King street on Bundaya ia m ither neal nor clean and rta appearance by no meana attraetive. This i- beeauae tbe atreel i- awepl loo ,-arh iu th. day on Baturdaye. King street i- now paved with vitrified brick from the i iv.it.. tii. union -tatn.n and is the principal Ihoroughfare of tlie ,.i,y |,, daya gone b) Waahinjrton -treet wa- th.- atreel on which mcel of the citi/ens sto.llcd ..n Simdays. bul conditiona bavechanged and the prowd, both ..f citi/ens and Btrangera, now fn quelit King -tie.-t. nsing that sti.-ct fol their walka t.> the union atation oi t. thr auburbaii villag.s. T.. theae th. ni.tidv ??.liti.'H of the main Btr< . t of the, ii\ i- moet notieeable and it is ated thal King street !"? sw.-pi on Baturda) nighta aftei the ctoee of tbe inaiket and after the many coiintiy vehi.ies and boraea bave paawed up that atreel and beyond the i ity Huiita A httle nighl work would not coat the city niii.h, bul H would add vaatly t>> the cleanly appearance <>f the cHj PREACHED ON PUBL1C SQUARE. After anahaenoeof nearly two yeara, Kev Joha Cavnaugh, formerly paator of the Pree llethodnri Churob and faiii.d a- a ourbatone preacher, return ad yesterday to thia <aty. l.ast eveiiing he attracted i large crowd on the eaal sideof I'uMic Bquare by hiaoratory. He -|N.ke in his characteriatk way for fully an bour and in the cuise ol his remaiks be recogniaad aeveral of his forniei "congregation." - [Wilkea Barre Reoord, 17th. BASEBALL TOMORROW. What promieea io be one of the beetgamea aeen in thia city thiajaaaaon is thr one t.. he played lomorroa be tween the Cardinal Athletic Club and the Soutbeaet Y. M 0. A., of Waah? ington. Tbe 8outheaat boyi bave the reputation of def.ating sotne of the beal teams of the Diatrict, and a -nappy gaine ia expected, The lineupoftbe Cardinal- will probaWy he: Mclhide. Oatcher; Trenarv, pitoher; Aatryke, t'u-t baae; Wbitton, aecond baae; Pitta, abortBtop; Hayden, third baae; Mur phj. t'... k.eli. Zacharj 01 Dudlej will be ia the outfiekj. The gamc vUl rtarl promptly at 5K10 o'clock HOME C0M1NG. A happy gathering waa that which USspnhled at the hon - l DOmM Murphy. neu Accotink, a day <>r two ago. Twebe ehildien andf..ur grand. childr.n bonored the ocvaaion together with many vkritora, amongthem Mrs. Baroard K. Cline and aon, Beraard, of this city. Aft.i a deliajhttul dinner dancing waa indulged in to a late bour. There will be a oafled meeting of the Corambia Bteam Fire Engine Company tonight. AH memben are requeated to be pre-elit. 1(K> pair ladies tine sIi.h worth * and $4.00. They are oui beal mak.s. but a littlo off as to style, y^ oenta ?, A, Mitraball A JBro,, 422Kuv atnjet, DEATH OF MR. BURSON. Mr. John W. Baraoo died thia morn? ing at 7:o0 o'cloek al his resideiice, 6Q7 Oraaooo atreet, Mr Buraon was a member of Harrj Heath Camp, NV 119, Goofwlerate Veterans. of tbe Grand Campof Vir ginia, located in Waehington, i>; u Before the war be was employed in tbe Land Office in Waabington. At the beginning of hoatilitioa, Mr.Bu being in auch greal aympathy foi the ?outh, and exprtwaing freely hia menU, be wea'arreated and incarceratod jn tbe oWcapitolprifOoin Waabington. \ft.r being confined thwre lor aomu titnebe waa parolled and proceeded to Rkbmond, where he j.d thi iederate navy, and aftei wrving ?' f,,r a year was captured aH at I'oinl Lookoul was again p*r |, ;;r,l ? ??""?? I" .^ui in battlca . and waa later de . residenl Jefferaoa Davia to . uarge of the auppHea in theaecond auditor's ollice in Wiehmond. Mr. Buraon waa a peraonal friend of Preai dent Jefferaon Davia,andleftBichmond wheii the city was evacuaUd. on'tlie ti.-iiii with Mi. Davia. Afier tbe war Mr. Buraon retumed to Waabington and was in chargeoftbe moiiey order departroenl of the Adama Rxprtaa Company, then be moved to Dea Moines. lowa. a republiean i ity where he ediled B paper, t hel >emoerat. Afterwards be again retuinrd to Waab? ington and later to Alexandria where be had ainceyeaided. Mr. Buraon waa of a 0"iet and reliring diapoaition and was very popular and well liked by bia host of frienda and acquaintancce. Hi- wife, Mrs. Emuelb) R. Buraon, a relative of the late pre-idclit of tllC Confederacy, and two daughtera, klra, S. A. Si/.er. of Seatlle, Waah., and Mrs. Wm. Cliapman.ofSavannah, Ca., aurvive him. The membera of Lee Camp are re queatod to meel al the reaidence on Monday at 10 o'cloek to atteiid the funeral. PERSONAL The Vinila, Okla., I.eader of Augual 11 containa the anuual repori of the county treaaurer, K. I>. Picklin.brother of Ool. T. H. Fieklm. of thia city. Mr. Fieklm. who waa an offlcer in the Ciinfederate ariny. ia well leineuil.ered here and hia uiany frienda will be glad to learn thal be is now oneof the prominenl men of the new ttate or ok lahatna kfeaara. Jamea Patteraon, jr., Ricb ard L Pinka and Aahby Reardon lefl yeaterday fora ten-daya visit t<> Colonial Beacfa kfr. I. C. Oreighton, accompanied by hi^ daugbter, klra C 8. Eakridge, of Waabington, lefl yeaterday for a month'a Irip to 8t. Louia and Okla hotna. kftaa Naiuiie Davia, of Alexandria, ia the gueet oi Mr. B, C. Cullera and family at Rileyville Bbe ia acc.pa nied by kfiaa Willie Pairfax, kfiaa l.dv kfakeley of Alexandria, ia witli kfr. J. W. Huffman and wife, al Riley viile. ? I Page Couriei Mi-scs .lulia andCarrie Hardwiek, <>f Atlania, Ca.. areapending afewdaya with Mrs. Richard Pureell o.ih t 'olurobua Btreet. Mr-. Rlutabetfa Brown, who haa been under treatmenl al the George Waab? ington Hospital in Waabington, haa retumed to her home in Nelaon county. kfiaa Bva Newlin, of Alexandria, ia viaiting kfiaaea Tinsley'a .?- ?Amhurst N.w Era, kfr. and Mrs. C. Bmeraon Woomerl who have toured the north for Ihe paal two montba bave retumed to \|i- Woomert'a parenta, Mr. and kfra. John Clapdor, in this city for a viait. The condition of Captain Jamea F. Webater remaina unchanged. THE LIGHT COMMITTEE The comuiittee on lighi ol the Citj Council n.et la-t nighl and direeted thal tlie :ti <r.i> lampa in the city (whlbb are auxiliailev )., the eleetrlc lighi I be at.e fitted with \\ elabach burnera, Wheli these lain|i~ are 90 Iitt. .1 tle > il\ will be iiiu.h i.eii.r lighted than al preaent The i.imittee ahm awanle I the conlraet for reslating tbe retorl bouae al the gaa worka i<> Mr. II. L Stndei. Thia is probably tbe bua meeting the preaenl committee will hold. Tbe retiring committee hah done ex cellent work and their aacceaaora will probably have little to <lo for aome lime. The gaa worka and tbe planl generally are rjow in better condition than for maiiy yeara, while the earning , a| a. ity of the worka haa beenlargely increaaad; financiallj. too, Ihi a immil toi and Ihe clerk could hardly have done better, notwithatanding tbe price of <:as has been reduoed to one dollar per thouaand feet. CORRECTION. In the item in Wedneaday'a Gasette in reference to aomeahoemakera who were arraated for gambling thi- name t>f Bolomon Michelaon waamentioned, In justiee to tbe latter it should he stated that be was rirnply aummoned aa a witaeaa, andtheevidencedkl nol abow thal be was angaged u gambling, although he was in the bouae at the tillle. ?TBAOT BMOKWI AT THRI'.I . The fad tbal rhoenixville, Pa., con. taina a boy bnt 8 yeara old wboiaan inveterate smoker of a pipc wa- dis covered yesterday when John Doenek ? an al a raUroad atation with bia little -"ti. Peter, wbo was blowing whiffaof tobaoco imoke from a big bowled pipe which tiile.l his chubby band. Wbiletheaatoniahed commutera gaaed al the pair, the little boy amoked three pipefub] oJ an ordinarj brand ol tobaoco. Bome who qoea tioned the fathei aboul the linle fellow were told tbal Peter had juat paaved bn third birtbday and had been a pbpe smoker auice be was ux montba oW, when a pipe waa pmy fully thraatinto hia mouth, Heaet upa great hotrt when il waa withdrawn, in abaad upoa bavmg it and wanted it tilled and ligbtad Boon tbe lighted pipe beeame a greater favorite with tbe ioai youngater than hia milk bottk and aince then be haa been amokiug daily, all etforte made tobreak him of the babil baving proved no availing Ihe boyabowa oobad i from the tobaoco habfl and his growtfa haa nol he, p bindered nor baa he ever been aick, He is a nauve of this coun try. bll tatbei havuig beefl born in Austnt, LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. Btepben Taylor, jr., had one of hia leg* hadly erushed at the Potomac yarda this evening. A magntnbent ndnbow asaaned tbe eaaternaky yeaterday evening about 6 o'cloek. A marriage Heaaae was iaaaad in Waabington yeaterday t<? Jamea W. Payne and kfargaret C. Oary, of Dehv plane. Maria Criimp. colored, was arrested today cbarged with an aeeeart upon .h.hn llasley with I hrick. She was locked up. The Woodlawn Farmere1 OlabwHl bjold its annual picnic totnarrow al the .? of Mr. .1. P. Oarlin, al Arcturus, irfav county. Cbe funeral of Mrs. Phillippa Allen took plaee from her hotne at Hraddock ffeigfatathia evening. Bev. Mr. Unk ford. of tbe liaplist Chureh. oth.iated Tbe interment waa in BetbeJ cemetery. The- Independenl Fire Company of Norfolk W.dtiesday night decided not to aitendin a body the annual ooaven uon of the Virginla Btate Firemen's iaaociation wbich will he held ip this city nextweek, butappomted a dele gation (d live membera torepreaanl the company al tbe convention. Mr. I,. II. Thoiiip<on.the<ontractor, haa hroken ground for a handsome hrick Calholic chureh upOO the site re coutly donated hy M.. Chariea Raue elier. near Claivndon slation. .Mr. Thompaon baa the oontract to have the building under roof by December 1. l'he building will enet <>ver $y,00(). Beating capacity ofSOO. The ooly caae before the Police Courl this morning was that of Wil liain Founiain and Jamea Carter, botfa colored, who were arrested yesterda.v by Offloera Nicholaon and Talbott for loiteting on the corner of King and Weal Btreeta They were fined 15 each. Seleet S<>rt Shell Crabs on tonst and Deviled Oraba at spinks'* Cefa, Prtnea and Royal slreels. _ Hard Crabs. Soft Crabs. Deviled Crabi and Crab Salad At JACCI! HK1U.S Kl.sTACKANT lOOtof King Street. Opeu until lOp. m. apr7 6m BASEBALL A new l.am called the Thimpers" are prepared lu cballenge any baaebal] leam in tln city. The |j.up of Ihe i.am i- aa followa: Finnegan, catcber; (oh-on. piteher; -I. Greiner, 1st baae; Briel, 2nd baae; I. Greiner, 8rd baae; Hmith, Bboti top; Reynolda, lefl BeW; lleahin righl lield: Ford. .enler luld All c.iniinie itioii abould he address ed io Thomaa Larkina, in care <?f I'. w Harvey, 1000 Oronoco street n i i.r.n tPHIC MB1 ITIB?, Joe Golub, 10, a triinp. today -li"t and tai.iliy wounded Mr-. Jamea Long, Wife of a niill owner. at Wbeoling, W. \ a . becauae she refuaed to feed him. : be m oi H< d. bul when surrounded by ;m ariued po 10, ahol hitnself twice, in rlicting wounda from wbich he will die. The broken aeroplane of .lohn li. M.nt. Ihe Chicago avialor, was re pairwl ,,t Uprchurch Eng., today and Moiaaanl bopea to complete bia Faris to London flighl this evening. He. being beW back by a flerce gale. Ih ld witbOUl bad al poliie head quartera in New V.-rk Bdward T. lioeiiheiiner, B millioiiaire. is today accuKcd of running down and killing Mi Grace Hough laal night and aeri ou-l\ injuringGeorge Vedderand kfiaa Anna kfcCabe. ooly two American l-oals. the Hest leaa and ihe Dixie II are now etitertd as defendera in the race with the Brit i-h power boais Batorday for the llarm.-worih challenge cup, and the rhancca are regarded as moat unfavor able foi the Vankee ( rews. Toinoriow s Ilopiful Btakea, to be ruii ai Baratoga, N. Y.. will be one of th.' ricbeal puraea offered this year. 'Ihe race will be wortfa nearly 120,000 to the wiliner. The piohil.le >larters will be Novelty. Iioti Mask, Bweep away, I.ove Not. Pauahon, Textile, Trap Rock, Pootprint, Blackfoot and I'atoii. It will COal *7..">0 lo dinc with Ool. Rooaevell at the Oongreaa Hotei, in Chicago, on the night of Scpt. 8. He 1,1. - one mual firal have an iovitatioo from Ihe llamilloii Club, whose ginst he will be. and then draw for a chanee to be a favored one. Engraved invita tiona with cards aetting forth that ihe drawing for ticketawill take plaee u ?_' o'cloek Aug. 29, have been baaed. Banator Joaepb L Briatow, who ra> cently retnrned toBalina, Kan., froo Wiaconain, in wbich state he deJiverei a aerieaof Bpeecbea, today predicted the iio'tnination of Senator I,a Follette. ? I don'l believe they can beat him for the reiioinination," said the Kansas senator, "1 believe he will win r>ut by a majority of from 50,000 to n?,000." Aktbougfa Samuel (1.pan refaaed to aay whether the American Pedera ti.,11 of Labor would support Dr. Roberl .1. Bhtok as an independeot tate for Congreaa agajnat Con imen .lohn Dadxell in the Pitts btirg diatrict it is getierally believed there thal BUck will becoine a ean'li date and will be Bupported by labor. T!ne ? peraona were injured, two -(r iotisly when passenger train No. 82, on tlie New York Ccntral, from sus penaion Bridge to Bufxalo, colllded early today with a Michigan Central lighi engioe at the American approach to the internatiotial.bridge. Failure to ohaerve <igtials is said to have caused the wreck. Former Senator William F. Mackty. of Buifak),who is carrying the <iay DOI boom throiish New York state said at Syraeuse, N. Y., today that nothing bul deatfa ooaM prevenl the nomination of New York City'a mayor for govemor on tbe democratk ticket. ey aaid that tbe aame influcnecs were b.hind <iaynor now that made him mayor. With few matten of importanec on bia haada, Preaidenl Tafi. wbob visit ing Govemof Draper, at the latter'a bome at llopedale. Ma>s.. left for Mendeii. Mass . tbia afternoOB, whero aome of hia anceatora were bora. The executive lefl in an automobile, the trip lo be pnrely one of plea?ure. At Menden he tauried long enpugh to n tiii. a iwo weeka oW baby, the son of Mr and Mrs. Oarcnce Taft. "I'M nanie him Robert,'1 the president said, "and I bope be wiU grow up and be a rt tol?i?iuOtheran(J/ather," Mr. Hnan. Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 19.-William Jecminga Bryan dedinea toarmrovea recent editorial BOggeatton ??> UW. Henry Wattersoii, of b-ui-villc tliat Bryan ahould osnaanl totbenomina tion of acandidau!iiil'.'12wl.olH.ltp.l in 1806. Bryan serves DOttCC that le will fight aiiyfjaucb plan. Jntheloin moner, Bryan saya: "lt aaaaaa lo be aaaumed upon tue part of thoae for who... Mr. Watteraon apeaka that no man ia bi lo be a demo cratic president unless be bdped W plect a republican president m the critieal campaign offowrteeo paara aga If it would promote harmony for the hix and a half niillions to ann.* that they will fcladly follow on. who laid down his arins and weni ovei tfl the enemy, would it not eJeo promote harmony for tfBOM who lefl t" ;UI Donnce that they will gladly lupport some one who baa an unbroken record of .egularity? (ieiieiodty ahould nol be on.-sided. Mr. Mryan kl DOl at liln-rty to conaider the matter froin a purely personal standpoint. Heowee aomething t<> the man who have thrw nomiuated him in apHe of ibe UV llueiiees that are now at work tryingto emasculate our platform and aubatitute a reactionary for a progrcaeive pro granune." Praise fi>r tlie Neiri". New York, Aug. 19.?High praiae for the nagro race waahaatowed toda) by Cbl. Theodoro BooaataH, ia anad dress to the conveiition of tbe [fejgroea ltusiness Man'a Laaguc, meeting iu Terraee garden in 69th atreet. The colonel wa.s introdueed to the 8,000 00 noea by BookerT. Waahingtoo, preai dent Of Tltskegee Jnstitll'e. Ainollg other tbinga RooeeveH aakJ: "It kl ? real di.'licultv to make a refbrmet roal be axactty that be waata lo retorm, You may eontrast the types of raceOT nationality, hut ht'hind all there ia al ways a dpsire to do bettOI for your own rJam The prograai of the negro has Iwen wotiderfiil.y. Ten years ago you had liltle. Today m the Dnited Btataa there are 400,000 boueea and 800,000 farms in this coun try owned hy negro.s. I cannot blind myself to the great race .|iic-tioii that H here and I cannot withhold my trih uto to Um negro race for the )iart it has bome in the aorotioo of this problem. In the last ten years the negn. race baa advanced until today il is ii.xt to the white race, the l.-ading factoi iu the progreaa "f tbe coontry. The colonel'? apeeeh waa received wflh enthusiasm. After his addi.-- be hurried to lunch and then retnrned to his Outlook ollii e. ?Taal Oaeeed the Btaak. Oyater May, Aug. W.-^Thepoinl of differenoe between Preaideol Tafl and Col h'<.relt, it ia pointed oul bere an as foliowa: Taft'a acceptance of rounael and aid from Aldricb, Cannon, Hale and other s..-called r.-a.?tioiiai y leadera. Taft'a ta.it indoraemenl of the "reading out" of the republican party of tbe ineurgenta by Attorocy General Wicberebam. Ballinger'a . onsii uctioii of the conaervation laa and the President's BOI miie M quit cence in it. The alleged deal with tbe N.-w York machine republicana wben by the adiniiiistratioii, tbrOUgfa Vkje President Bberman brougbl ahonl the defeal of BooaeveH aa temporary cbalr man ofthe repuhlican Btate coiiveutiot.. Tlie Nebra*ka Kiertimi. Lincoln, Neb,, Aug. 19.?Nebraaka primary raturna are haxier tban ever today and the ligures on the Demoeratii noinination for governor still lack one third of being complete. Mayor Dahl man, of Omaha. is n.arly 2,000 lO th good, bul Govemoi Bhallenbergei will not admil defeat, and reiterated his prediction today that the full returm from the weatern countrieawould abow that he had woo. Only the governoi managara, bowaver, have faitb in bii prediction and Dahlman looka likea winnei ?itaki:n oki nk." The New York World printa a Rood Btory today. The wife of a N.-w York lawyer waa giving a tea al ?*?;:i1 and the buaband promieed lo be bome on time t?. receive tbe gueata. Along ahonl B:15 after taking a number of aootch bighballa, be thought of the tea and thi< . \( ii ? came to him like an inapiration, and be scrawled the following: "l>.ar I'annic. I am sorry to diaappoinl you bnl I have been taken unexpectedly drunk." [nterior Iowa citiea today Bled com plainl againal tbirty railroada demand* ingthrougfa ratea from eaatern pointa. Manufacturera in thc$> citiea alle that they hai been dtacriminated BL'ain-t for years. Wholesale Priccs of Produce Flonr.extra. 5 28 B f 08 Kamily.i 50 B 6 7-", Paney braada. ,;'" a 6 25 Wbeat, kmgberrj. 0 97 a i w Mixed. 0 07 a i 00 Fulti. ? 00 ? Otw Dampand tougfa. <? 98 a 0 n Oom, white. 0 7u a 0 7:, Mixed. <? aa a o n Yellow. 0 7o a n 7:i Oorn M.ai. o 7:. a 0 80 Rye. 0 18 B 0 80 QatB, mixed. new . 0 #0 a 0 K White. n.-w. 0 80 I i> 88 Clovpr Seed. I 00 B 8 80 Timothv. I 75 B -' 00 Bay. -- 00 Klgin I'rint Hutter. 02 00 a ? 08 butter. \ irgima. paeked 18 i" a 20 t?> Choico Yirginia. -?"'?> fl 26 00 Cinnnon to niiddling.. 14 UU a Hi 00 Eggs. 39 00 a 22 00 L|veChlckenB(hen?i.... 0 is a 0 20 Spring C'hlekens. 0 90 Potatoes, per bu. o 4"> a 0 .X) SwppI l'otatops, hbl. I! (?) a 4 00 Onlons, r^r bu. 100 a 190 Apples. per lilil. 8 00 B t 80 Uried Peaches. pealed... 0 06 a 0 07 Pork. i>er 100 lbs. 18 00 a 16 00 Beoon, eountry hama... 09Q a 021^ BeatsugarCnred Hama. 090 a 0 91] Ib.-ikfast BaOOB. 20 0 a 0 -I Bngar-eured Sbouidern ,o ii a 0 U)i bnlk Shoulden. 0 ia a 014 Iirv S:.lt SidPS. 0 11 a 0 15 Sugar. 0 00 a 0 (10 UITA. ". 15 a ?'. 90 t'onf. suindard. 5 90 a ".-?'? GranuhUed. 6 m a 6 W Oofleea - lti<>. <> 11 a 0 15 l.a Guayra. 0 15 a 0 M Java. o is a o j> Mola -, - i: s. 0 15 a .) l?". C. It. o 17 a 022 NewOrieana. 090 a o+'i Sugar Svrups. 0 lt; a 0 31 Porto Kico. Uil a 0 35 Salt?a. A. 0 80 a 0 55 Fine. I) 7s a 0 <i Wool?long. unwashed.. 0 98 a 0 2:) Wash.-d. 0 91 a 0 D Menno. unwii'-hed ... 090 a 0 !Si I),.. Wash.vl. 091 i 0 -- Hprring. Baaterfl perbbl 6 25 a fi 25 I'l.t.'iiiae Family Boa.. 5 00 B 060 Mackcrel. sma!l.|.er bbl. 1) .?' I 15 " Ko. 3 medium. 1", (?. a W ?' Plaater. grouad. per ton. J 50 a 5 00 (?rgiwdin iH4j?(M)m, J 50 a Q fl Washington, D. C. The Ready-to-Wear Garments Must Go $5.00 to $10 Lawn Dresses, reduced to . $3.98 $10.00 Linen Coat Suits, reduced to . . $2.90 $1.00 and $2 Linene Skirts, reduced to . 69c $3.98 Chambray and Gingham Dresses, reduced to. $1.98 Beeoed Ploor suit Dept I Drink ln-er. The great middle elass of intellitrent. induetrioua workineti in the millionsof work ihopa of the world tind thal ils elieer tnakes their work a plea ure and fra stretiglh feeds their muaclea for the task they have to perform. DRINK HOBRAU BEER It i> a delieioii- biaud. boneat ly brewed by Ihe labor of high paid workmen. A glaai or twn at nooii brightena the lunch honr and you wiU enjoy it even more during the evening I.ra that \ou gpend with yoiir fainily. Keep a eaae at bome. Our rerywbere. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA T?hnnr No. 4i?-B Now is the Time Uo puranaae rourgrocerlea al ihe 1,1, u Atlantic A Paeiiie Tea ' o -t.ne and aave eaallj 26 lo W i" r ,,,,i heaidea getting Beautinil Houaehold Furniahlnga Pree. The .\ ,v Pbualneaa lastrlctly co opera i,.,-. Do n,,i laii to iry our new Roaated < toflee at 25c a ih | ip.in Ricc. whole grains. 6 Ibs. 2.1c Chloridc of Lime, a can . . 5c Pm.ish or Lyc . ? 5c Sultana Pcas " . . M>c Asparatfus " . . 21c Cf mdmothcr's Oats. 3 pkjfs. 25c Swift'l SilvcrLeaf Lard. a Ih. 15c Full Crcam Chcese . . . lHc Pickka .... loc. 15c 18c Durkcc's Salad Dressing. 10c. 25c. 39c A. ? P. Daked Bean?. 6c. 10c. 15c Country ImportedSauce. 12c.45c A W P. Imported OHve?. 10c. 15c, 25c IU-achnut Bacon . 15c. 28c Faaey Fat Mackcrcl ... 7c R. 6f R. Potted Tongue . . 10c The Great Atlantic ?? Pacific Tea Co., Phones Itell j::. Efome 171. PAaaWaBBBBBBBBBBBB?BBBBBCZ!3BMnn Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. OROCKR1E8, PROA [8I0N8. \Vooi>. ( uM. LIME. CEMEN I TERH \ c ,1 r \ sh\\ KH PIPE, N \ I L8, ,, i, \ss. I'AIN M AM? OIL. Ivory Wall Plaster quanttty <>i new and aecoi her and aeeond-haad iiriek i i. WM. H. PECK. ,\ lar?'e i|iiaiitity ol new and Becond hand lumberand aeeond-band iiriek for aalC elieap. FnK RENT. TEN ROOM HOI BEf uith bath; ezcellent loeation. Apply i.'.'i tiortii Waabington atreet oi-'i 32wJ_ FOR MALB. Paaeoaa oflloe aereen, or patltion, r> feetlong, 8feel blgb. and v^th grouad glaaa panebt and nrtuging d.-? For Inapectlon addreaa "H. C.D.," Qaaette offlee._ augl ClUOHTadriftone CANOK. Owaer .all at 213 OIBBON STREET and Identlfj nme._ augl ? New York Mtork Market. New York. Aug. 19. ? Tlic Btock market ahowed a ataadiat tone during thi earlior trading today, aJtbottgh Ofl tbe firet tianaactloaa aome material fractiona] dedinea were ibown. At Ihe .?iid of fifteen minatea trading, bow aver, the list was generally -lightly ?J ove yeaterday'a i \ itroag tone developed aoon after the opeuing, aadanadvaaciagtendenc) D ei kk DCe durmg the last half of tlie firal honr. k> raaged lowee in the late fbre nooii. the luarkit again refiectiag | ?snre for botfa Ioiil' and shorl aCCOUOl and the rootn trader-. finchng little deaaaad while thia praaeura waa ia evi dence ofkared >u?:ks at conceaaioni ng some tubataatial dedinea after nndday. Shocs less than half price?2(H) pairs Bhoee that cost to manufacture 11.60 and fl.75, and sold at $'2.W and 19.60, wili be sacrificed at 98c per pair. John A. Marsball A Bro., 422 King aftjajlj ii your comfort depends large ly on your re fresh m ents along the road. Carry your favorite hot or cold drink in an TNAOB-MARK NIO. U. ?. PAT. orP. ANO 9RIAT BHITA1M BOTTLE Keeps drink icy cold for days and stenm ing hot for 24 hours. You are invited to examine them. Saunders & Son 629 King Street. KiiiiriiiiTiiriiiiiiiira^ For Sale A SMAI.L scow ui Ncar Alexandria. Vcry chcap. U Addreaa "R." Gazette oface. H aug!73l i?i;y GOOD8. Shop Early. Store Closes at 5 o'Clock Remnants of Plain and Fancy Mohair At 39c Yard (ira.v and rtavv blue with peneil slripes of while; a No plain Na\\ blue Mohair Nidtlan; good liiMter: giiaranu*ed p, rfto-t; i.:,. caiid : \ inl lengtha. 1Q? worth oue. Ai, yard . J/t At 49c Yard Double u up. Reveraible and Duat proofNavj Blue Mohair; Mohair with Invlaih on h Plain Navy P.lue Mohair: hlgtl silk ln-i?r. 7.">caud86c valuea 'Vr /fQf* \ ard At 59c Yard GO-lneh Kavj Blue and Brown Ellgh Clrade, 8ilk Luater, Pekln Striped Mo halr; aome have pencil atrinea of whlte; lengtha up to 6 yarda worth CQ^ uptofLOO. At, per yard.... ^/t LANS3URGH &BR0. 420-426 Scventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C. COM MI8.S1 ON t.i; '8 OPPICE. tl7 N Pairfiu street. Alexandria. Va,, aaguet ii. 1910, To Roaa P. Andrewa an.l tbe American Locomotire Appli anee ('o. a body OOrporate) : VOU eTC berebi notlfled that I have QxedupoB tbe 10th daj of SEPTEMBER, al 10 ;. a. in. at niv offlee, aa tbe tlme and plaee when and where ! aballpro eeed toexecute the deoree rendered by thel 'orporatlon Court oftheoitj of Alea andria. on the Pth daj of August, 1910, in the ehaneery auil of Roaa r. Andrewa, irbo luea on behall nf himaelf and all othereredltomof tbe American Locooso tlve Appllancei'ompany.whomaycome i.tribute io the coal of ihis ndl againat the American LoeomoUve \p jilianec < oiupany." herebj I am requlred toatate an aceounl of thedebta of the American LoeomoUve Appllance Com md tto ii r. ?;.. i tlve prloritiea, and all other liena and claima there may '"? upon the aaaetaof thia oom|iaay, and re port wbat the aaaeta of aaid eompanj couaiat of. At whicb timeand plaee you ,,. o .plireil tO atteiul. Given uinli.r m.v handaaC-oromlaeloneT in Chancer) of tbe aaid Oourt, the day and \.-ir h'r-i afon FREI) K P IU ? Kl.l.. <!ommiaaioner in < tiant illawtwth_ WANTED i iio.l.ll. u'i I M\\ I" . nt u>. Noezperienee oecea ?unr. Pennanent poattion. Chaunei to make bia money. Tbe BURR M'R -i RIE8, ilauchvsUT. Cona, augivft* DRYGOODS. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Special Values in Damasks and Napkins, Several attractive values in Damasks and Napkins. Yery desirahlp for sum mer usp and plenty good eiiough for special oceasions. 72-inch Heavy Fail-bleached Damaak, m axoallanl designs. $1.10 a Yard. Yalue, 91.283. 72-inch Silver-bleached Damaak, with eaakjOBBBd designs; very heavy and axtra fine Baa. * Special l'rice, 11.26 B Yard. Heavy Full-bleached Damask Napkins: extra value. 20-inch, 12.00 Doaan, Yalue, 82.60. 22-inch, 12.60 DoeeU. Yalue, 82.00. 24-iuch, 9&00 Doxen. Yalue. 98.60. Seeond fioor?11th st. Ifluminated Toy Street Cars, An Evening Pastime for Children After Dark. These cars are pulletl with a string on the sidcwalk. The ilhunination at nigbl with the light ahowiag througfa the rad tranaparent wtadowa ia baautiful and attractive. It is a hig toy; the cai is 12 iuches long, t'> iiu'lics wide, and 8 1-2 inchaa high, and meana lots of enjoymenl and pastime f?r the ponufegakaie, It takes the placeof the bomemade ahoe box bmtern. Special Price, 1*V- Kaeh. Fourth lloot?11th st. liiiTTrrniiTriimiimtiiiiiiimimiiinii rcn of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 H OFFICERS: Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce, Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. F DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield J. C. Smoot Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce M. A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert The Citi.-en*' National Bank has bccn directly identified with the , h mercantilc, manufacturing. and jobbing intcrcsts of Alexandria for forty ? Q years. and. with its large capital. amplc surplus. conservative directorate. p progrcssive management and convenient location. is cquipped to satisfac torily handle new accounts and to accord them that same courteouB at tention which has been a vital factor in its steadfast and continuous growth. LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Shows New Rides Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics j,., ;!m I .S.WHIUM., MANAta K Swan Bros. KING AND PI1T STREETS. 50c Silk Hosiery For Men and Women. We have just received twenty-five dozen more of the popular "Onyx" brand Silk Hosiery for men and women to retail at 50c pair. This is the greatest hos? iery value ever put on the market. Ladies' Black and Tan Silk Hose, pair - - - - 50c Men's Black,Tan, Navy and Gray, Silk, Half Hose. Pair.*0c FOR SALE. A BABftOGal ANI> RESTAI.'RAN'T. with or without building, for sale. An old eetabuened etaad. Reason for aaJl Ing out is toenter another bualnes*. A|h ply to C. H. Zimmerman, Maalfrjri MPAtE. ai?Kl- lw L OBT "ii Thundajr, the elghteenth oi Auguat, between8J0and?o'ctoek, eitberoa King atreet between Wanaing ton and Falrihx.oron Bt Aaapb between thepoatofnce and King -treet. a small i.iaik POC'KETBOOK,oontalniag aboul (tve dollar- and thirty e.-nts. Findcr pleaae retum toRoom Ra B, Alexandria Vational Bank building, and laaelve ro _*e<rM Coal Coke Wood order your Coal before theadvance at lewaat summer pricea. Beat quality prompt delivery and bottom prlce. Phone 96. DaW. AITCHESON, 107 aoutb Royalatreet leO-tl You doithewindlng, tnewatefa will do the n a < >i eoune; its an ACTON PREC19I0N WATCH. R. C. ACTON V SON3. Juwelen and Silver-mith-. FOR RENT. w \ i: fhocsf. lOaOO, TWO KTORE8. Klevator aud all modern improvemeni (Jorner Frince and L'nlon streets. Apply autfs lOt A. D. BKOCKETT.