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KVKXIXG. AUG. 29 AL MATTERS. fSun and Tide Table. Sun rises tomorrow atft-N and seta r,:>>. Iligh water at:t:ir. a. in. and 1:14 p. m. Weather Probabilitiea. For this seetion pattly eloiidy tonight and Tueadejr: rooderate lempereture; Bodeaate aortb lo Bortbeaat winda THE FIREMEN. The last ajchoea of Ihe State Fire aaaa'a Aaanoiallon which aaet in this rity last week were in evidence late Katurday evening whefl 9 h'W strag glers, arnied with 1 in trumpcts and other instnimciits (lf lOfture, made themselves oooapiruoufl in parading ilMUlt the streets |.revi(.us to their leparture on tbe N < ? i f- ? I k rteamer. Nearly all the dec ralioiis on build ngs bave been removed and tbe aeenea .f the past few daya have givea plaee to normal eooditiona A diapatch from Newport Newa says. President .1. 1'. Fralev, of the Vir? ginia State Firetnen'-. As.-ociation, is highly indignaut over the atatemerrl made by Fire Chief \V. K. Btow, to tle- effect that he and the liremcii of this citv do n..t wanl tle- I'.'ll con? vention oi the state aaaociation held in Newport rlewa "Tbe trouble > that Chief BtOW is :i bad loaor." de? clared Preaidenl Frah-y. "Hia atate iuent to the contrary, his name was placed before the convention f"i the presidency and he received 18 vot.s as a^aimt my 190 votes. Had he been eleowd everything would bave been all right and not one word would have been heard aboul the city not wanting Ihe convention, Ifaneh dis gruntled people as Chief Stow don't wani the convention here they need not as-ist m entertainina them. TIk Bagle Engine Oompaoy, <>f Rorth Bod, whi.h has :l naemberahrp "f laiee as many is tbe other two loeal vohmteer conrpauiea oouabined, can eatertaJu the fireinen. The (-onveiitioll is com iug lo this city, the buaineaa men aud th.- citi/cns generally aaaur me that they want it and all the "kicking' Chief Slow may d<> will not keep the tiremen away. Chiei Btow'a stale m.nl- have caiiscl (lissciision in the lOCal departmelit and th'- meliibcrs of the Bagle Oorapaoy :?"? highly iuceiised hecaiise he has state! that this city doea not want the convention. and indicatioiis are that the chief and the iiieinl.ers of the eentral and east end oooapauiea will Ik- ignored by Ihe nort. Rendera in the arrangements for entertaining the convention. POLICE COURT. [Justioe II. B. Caton presiding.] The following 01999 ewre disposed of this morning: VV.IIiam ivtut, ? barged with atealing a silver watch and *:K? in moiiey from Edward Bmith, waeeenl on tothegrand jury. James Kust, colored, cbarged with riding a l.icyclc in the nigbl without a light, was tined 16. \V. S. W.o.l. cbarged with disorderly couduct, foifcitcd biaoollateral byfail ing u> appear. Mary l.awiciice, COlored, cbarged with disorderly cmnluct, WM nued |5, Lucy Btrange, colored, (barged with a aimilar offeoae, was dismissed. James Lightfoot, aamalloolored boy, cbarged with lahlng a l.icvi le from a residt/K*. was turned over to his mother for eorreetion. Kmily Griffln, colored. cbarged with aaaault on Coiirtland Seaton, had his case continued. A While man, .?barged with lunacy, was comioitic.i f..i Hve daya. Two young meo, cbarged with dkv orderly cooduct, had theii case oon tinued. SIGNAL DEMONSTRATED. Ihe danger aignal ;>t King and St. Asapb atreeta waa demooatrated many tunea during the meeting of tbe atate rirt-men'M aaaociation last week. Aside (rom being, aa uanal, reaponaive at the eeveral ajarma <?f Bre that occurred dur ing the three davs, the signal was dem onstrated manv time for the purpOM ol ?howiug its utiitvto the visiting fire men. Tbe invenlorof the signal was kept busy m eviilaining its iw- when alaruis of tir.- are aounded, THE CHURCHES. Again the oharchea were only fairly well attended yesterday.many rcsidenU still being oal of the city. Barvicea at the Firal Bapthw Chureh were coii.h.ctcd by Bev. t. W. Kerfoot, of Oklahoma The pnlpit at tbe afetho dist Bftriecopal Chureh Boutb was occu piedby Kev .1. H, Ihilaney, IV l>. At Cbriat Chureh the services were coii ductedby Kev. J.D.CKbaon and Kev. 1 M. Grwii oecupied the polpH at St. Patil's Chureh. The scvices in the other ohnrohea were conducted by the resident olcrgy. _ SUITS FOR DIVORCE Amy Gertrude Tartlow Uritrin en t?red suit in the Corporation Court thia morning against Charles M. Gnthn for divorct on the ground of desert.on. The piaintiff is repreaented by Mr. Robinson lioocure. Carrie lx-e .lohnson alsoenteed suit %?ainat Robert Graham Johnson for tbe same cause. She is repreaented by Mr. Moncuro. ^^^ _ johnIrobinsons SHOWS. Tbe modein circus is the iineal de scendant of the ancieiit Olympic gamea Of Greece. The Komans adopted this form of popahw amusement from the Groeks The name 'Vircus" is Latin, meaning a cucle; and it was ttsed to indicate tbe plaee in each city where chariot racea, atblettc contaata, etc.. were held. The circus tlourishcd in Rome -.">tK> yeara ago, and for tcn centuries later. W'uh the decadeiice of tbe mistress of the world eame a de cline of the circus in characu-r, and it was friHiiu-ntly debaaed by revotting apectacles, such as Ihe uWwing of those obnoxious to the goveramant, in cluding Christians, to the wild I Within the last half .entury or BQ the circus in Anurica hasmoved to a much higher plane than it ever before oecu? pied. Tbe great John Robinson's Bhowa, the model of this tentod atyle of enterUiniuent, will be in Alexandria peit Friday, i .-haJ . THE NEW COUNCIL. TllPliewCitV Coun-il willn.I OO Thuradav nexl al ooou for wgw"*; tion. In the Aldermen the only ohat g i? the persont.Pl will hethe ^.re.en. of Mr. I. R. N- (""l,1"f,,1"?rll!1, ward, president of the board. Ha m 1 be succeeded aa a roember b Mr. Eeaaetfa Ogden. In the lower board, Mr C 11. Yates takcs the place of Mr. Tbe* Ri.sl.eill in the First wariLMr.!. Y.Will.aii.sin place ofMr.IFBaader iotbe Becond; Mr- A. D. Brockett. Mr W II Helbnuth i place in the Third. and Meaara. C. B. Bwaa and Thomaa Chauncey in tbe placaa ol Messrs. L K. Chler and Frank Evans in tbe Fourth, In the Board of Aldermeti the iiatnes of Meaara. .1. M. Hill. W. W. Ballenger and F. F. Marhury are inetitioii.d as candidates as president to BUCCeed Mr. Curtin. Mr. L. H. Thompson for cl.-rk it is undcrstoo.l will have no op position. In the Common Conncil, so fai Bl known. Messrs. Huhert Snowdeii and D. R. Stanshury are without oppositioti for re-electiou as president and clerk reapectively. ln aebher board doee there seeiu 10 he anv colitest for vice president. MILITIA Annufll State nisp.-ctioii of the Vir ginia Vohanteara will bagin tonighl al Staiinton, where tbe headquarteis of the First Begiment, Company K, of the First, and C.pau\ A of the Becond, will l>e unapectedby Lieut, Ool. stern, aaeurtant mapector-general, The inapacting offlcer will be k.-pt husy during almost the entire month ,,f Beptember. yThedates of iiispectioli of cotnpanies in this part of the.state are as follows: "Company H, Becond Infantry, Harriaonburg, August 80th. "Company l>, Beeond Infantry. Front Boyal, August :ilst. "Company D, Firal Infantry Char lottesvillc, Beptember 2nd. "Company L, Firal Infantry, Freder ickaburg, Beptember 19th. Battalion beadquartera and Company G, First Regimelil, Alexandria S.pteiii her 20th. BACK FROM ALEXANDRIA. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tyler llull, Meaara. M. F. Digga, .1. W. Cunningham and Daniel Franklin returned Friday from Alexandria, where they atleiided the Bremen's convention. The local fire m. n are diaguated with the treatmenl they received at " * * and in the eveiil that the Hampton laddies ever go back I.. Alexandria that hosteiry willbe given a wi.le berth. Among the retumiug fireman Ihe opinion b expreaaed that the State asso.iatioii will not hold many more conventiooa, aa the organi Uiion found trouhle this year in re ceiving invitations for ihe convention mxi year. [Newport New- Preaa. Tliis is the tirsi dbcordanl note re ceived from any >>f those who attended the convention. HELD FOR GRAND JURY. William I'ettit. aboul -l yeara old, was arreated Baturday by Officer Baw lett ..ii suspici.f Btealing *30 and I silvcr watch from Capt. F.dward ?imitli, of Btafford Courthouae I'ettit lt first denied tbe chargc, but yester lay he, it is said, admitted that he iook the ni..n.y and lold the poliee bow he haddbpoeed of the wahet. He Jisclaimed any knowjodge of Capt Smith's watch however. l'etlit was brougbl before the Poliee Court this niorning, when a young man appeared and produced the watch, and alleged that I'ettit gave it to him to keep for him. The accused refused to niake B statetneiit and was sciiton to the grand jory. mi _ VIRGINIA HEIGHTS. Mi. Miltoti Hi.ks of the Southern BailWay takcs titie to the tirst of the attractive new houses on Highlan.l Bouterard. It is e.xpe.ted that the house will Im' completed withlll a week or tell days. The ground was l.rokeii for this new style bouae only aevenweeka ago and theapeedof conatructiou was made poadbb hy the UM of the new steel moiilds whi.h aie the inventiou of Mdton Dana Morrill, the architect. Another house will Im- started at 0008 for Mr. .lanies C. F. JcUgO, of th. Interatate Commerce Commiaaion, and houaaboUdrng will oontinne late into the winter nionths. The Virginia Highlands Associatioii make an attractive offer to huild Iioiiiph to suit puichasers and payment can be made in no larger aniounts than is BBUal for relit. Many homeseekers are taking advatitage of this easy inethod of owuing a h..I and of the oew coiistiii.'lioii hy which damp proof permaneni cemenl bouaea are built and sold at a less cost than the usu il fraine home. Tbe sale of bome sitcs at Vir? ginia Highlands is exceed.ng the ex pe. tations of avan the othcers th.ni selves, and the re.ord of a lot a day ia now being left far liehind. It is in oonceivable t.> those who have been paaaing thb apol for yeara that this at? tractive suhurh should sprmg up in only a few nionths. hut the lan.l that heahaokof tbe railroad oftora abeau tiful outl'.ok ov.-r Waabington and across the l'otoinac and is just rolling eiiough to give variety and afford the best possiblp drainage. The otti. ers and directors of this new suhurh are lortbemoBt AJaxandria men and for this raaaon an anoanal interest ha been taken in ita progress and its suc eess. THE ROCKVILLE FAIR. Everything is in readiness for the fifty aeventh annual exhibitioo of the Montffomery County Agricultural S<) ciety. familiariy known as the Rock ville fair. which hegins tomorrow morn ing, to continue four days. There will be many new attractions this year and the usual large crowds are expected f." which arrrpb preparationa have been made. Fine raciug is promist d. COLORED WOMAN KILLED A colored woman naniel Haltie Taylor was struck by a tra^in and kill.d by a Washington and Ohio train near Paeonion Springs yesterday. The woman was sitting on the track on a COrve, rendering it impo.ssihle for the engineer to sep her nnt 1 the tiam was too eloae to be stopped. The l?ody was literally ground to piat 100 pair ladies tine shoe worth $3.50i and $4.00. They are our best makee. hut a little off aa to Btyle, 98 oenta J. A. Mamhall A Bro? 128 Jwifl* itreet. PERSONAL .Miss J.ueie Wood is visiting her aunt in Washington. Before returning to her home in this city she will visit Blue? mont. Mrs. Bernard W. Fitzpatrick, of Washington, has returned home after spending two very pleasant weekswith hei mother, Mrs. Joseph F. Rodgers, 822 aouth Pairfaa street. Mr. Kaymond L Bodgera has re? turned from St. George's Island. Mr. and Mis Samuel Beiidheim have gone for 9 visit to New York city. kfra F. IL HamUton and her dangh ter, Mba Ehrie Bainiltoa, have return? ed from a visit to friends in Boyce, Clarke county. Mr. Bichard GKhaon apeatBaturday and yestenlay with frietnis iu Frede rickaburg Mrs. Tbomaa W. Robinson and her aona bave returned from Orange, where they apenl the past few weeks. OoL Cbarlea A. Dempsey, U. S. A., retired. Mrs. Dempsey and Mr. Worth Dempaey, of Bichmond, -ho bave been viaiting relativea in DpperviBe, an- tbe gueataof Mr. and Mrs. Phfneaa Jan nev Dempsey at their home on south Fairfax street. Mrs GeorgeH. Bobineon aml her ehildren have retumed from a visit to relativea in Cuhpeper. Dr. and Mra. Daboey Herndonand Mr. .lohn Hcrndon have returned froill a \ i.-it to Old Orchard, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert S. Barrett have H their guest their uiece, Miss Young i.lood. of Atlanta, Ga Mi^. Ilattie Douglas aud Mittie Herbertwill leave thia week to attend ihe borae abow Bt Warrenton. Mrs. WUliam A. Sinoot, jr., who has been sp.ndiiig the summer at Wood berry Poreet, was brougbl home Batur? day evening siiffering from appendi citis. Mra. Bmootwaa operatedonat th,- Alexandria Hoaphal yeaterday morning and her condition today ia re ported to be very tavorabie. The ope ration waa performed by Drs. Mitcbell and Home, of Washington, and Dr. Bmith, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Creeganan nounee tbe engagementof their daugh? ter, Mba Ida I!. Oreegan, to Mr. J. Edward Madden, of Washington, tbe wedding to take plaee in the early fall. Mra. Bernard Bmith and ehildren, aCC.paniod by her sister, Miss Kllic Beagan, lefl yestenlay for a \isit lo friends and relatives in Baltimore. Mrs. Virgie Brown, wife of Mr. Bdward II. Brown, ia auffering from typboid leveral tbe home of her sister, 90] south Washington street. Mra. 8 <;. Breni has retumed from I'.i-ic City when abe apenl tbe past few week-. Mka Genora Arrington bai gone to Manaaaaa to apeod ? week. Miaa Eleanor Watkina ia tbe gueet of Miaa, i.ii.v Bircfa at Aahburn, \'a. Ml R S. lloffman, fonnerly of this city. now reaiding al Bnaqnehaona, Pennayfvania, iebereon a visit to his mother al lolT King street. Mi-s Evetyn Wennch and Mr. George Allenaworth, of Manaaaaa, have re lurned to their home after being the gueataof Mba Buth Watkina for th. jiast week. Mr. Samuel l.ucketl has returned after a very delightful visit to his brother, who livea in AabeviUe, N. C. Mr. Edward Martin has returned after a two weeks' raeation. Mr. .lohn A. Marshall and family Will return this evening from Sweet Bpringa wbeae the) roenl the aummer. Mi-s Miriam B. Jenkyne, of Phibv delphia, and Miss Li/.tte B. Sellera, of Hairisburg, who have been visiting Miaa Eather Heiahley, left for their homea today. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin D. Hood who has been viaitingtheirunde, Mr. Wil lis Qoodricb has returned to their home in l.ynchburg. Aldeimaii J. M. Hill has returned from Atlantic City. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mi. Samuel Bendbehn ia in New York making fall and winter purchases. The tide has turned and the summer exoduslers are rapidly retumingto their homea. The Alexandria colony at Wood berry Poreal ibowa signs of diain tegration. The scliooner .lohn Brauford loaded with lumber by H. K. Field k Co., has sailed f.'i the lower river. Th. Alexandria Ligbt Infantry wdl reaume weekly drilla tonight. The drills were Buapended during niost of tln preeenl month. \ while man, who gave his name 9J Bd. Bmith, was taken to the Alexan? dria Hoapitai Baturday evening with a Bprained ankle. He bad fallen from ? treaale al Ihe Potomac railroad yards. Olive B. Thorntoo, wife of James T. Thointoii. colored. died at her home, 619 aouth Columbua street, this morning. The funeral of Samuel li. Crupper, aged 65 years, who died in Washing? ton Baturday, took plaee from W. De uiaiiic k Bou'a chapel this afternoon. The interinent was in Union cemetery. The premuaa of Mr. Kobert Davies, ?_?o7 Duke street, were invaded by thievea al an early hour yesterday morning and robbed of about flfty chickeoa. Mr. James Bettis, of Nokesville, brother of Ueuteoanl Bettis. of tbe police foroe, reports that $85 in cash and B gold watch and chain, valued at 165, was Btoien from him during the parade in thia city on Thursday last. A little 900 of Mr. Horace Bwain waa knocked down by a bicycle ope rated hy James Kust, colored, on uppei King street Saturday night. Dr. I'..well attended tbe boy. waoae bajurief were not aerioua, OfBoar QiU arrceted Kuat He waa brought before the Po? lice Court this morning and finod 15 for riding a wbeel without a light. More than 600 pafwaae attendedtbe dosiog s.-rvices of tho camp meeting at Graal K.ills laet night. The Rev. J. F. Prettyman gave Ihe tinal benedic tt..n, thua brrnging to a caoee the most Buooaaafol Biblical inatitute ever held nnder tbe auapieea of the allied South? ern Metbodh* churchea of Alexandria, Washington. Fairfax and Loudoun oounti selcct Beft Shell t'rabs on toaat and Deviled Craba at Spinks'a Cafe, Prince and Royal -treets. _ Bample Shoes, worth $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00; your choice, $2.24. See our windows. J. A. Manhall & Bro., tf'2 King rtreet, MR. 40M> THI. M.MOH. Inasmuch as R.pr. .-.ii'anve Living ston, of Georgia, will not he a member of the next Congress, baving baao turned down at the primary in his dis trict the other Jday. B( Dtl - ntative Jonea, of Virginia. beoOUMa tbi oldest democratic niemher of tbe Houee m point of continuous servic. 'Ihe Geor gian and Virginian entered the House attheaame time, and thai waa at the heginning ofthe Fifty-secotid OongreBB, the ropreeeniatieea baving been all I in 1890, th-' year in wbbh tbe republicans niet wilh CTUahing defeat throughout the countrv. A TRAMP RKW.tKPS KIMIM ??*? Ten crisp $1 bilta indos. .1 in a letter came to Mrs. Mary J. Kc.-gean at Beverly, N. J., Satur.lay evening and strengthened her faith in th. v.racity of tramp3. Theletter.dated from Riehnion.l.Va., tells its own stoiy. "Madam: Bbx yeara ago, l thiok it was in the fore part of Beptember, you were so kind to len.l a tramp 60 oaote tobelp him on to his oM home in Vir? ginia. But more valuahle than the 60 CeOta Was theadvice y.nigiv R* home, be a good iiushaud. giVO up drinking and the Lord will pi you.' Believe me, the Lord baa : pered me. "The $10 is for that cute little lol (her Bon), wbowaan'l afrai.l ofa tramp. Buy him aomething real uice. MJ wife sends her thanks for your kindn.-s to me." It issigtipd "Mike Burry." si.riaiist Oaa^rraaa, Copenhagen, Aug. 29. The efghth internatioiial Bocbliat congreat apeol nearly all of today in organi/ation Commttteea were appointed to oonaider the s<..pc to I..- given the rarioua .piestions sch.duled for dchale, chief of whi.h is that of uncinployin.iit. The congress is practically a unii hi the be lief thal captalistic organizalion b tbe oauaa ..f uneaaploymant, hut than division of sentimctit on ihe .piestion of wbethar rahaf ahould be demanded from the state through the inediiiin of government and muncrpal work. Tbe congress is being attended by nearly 10,000 del.gat.s and nearly this nuiiiher of visitors. Th.- movemenl to have the Cllited Slales chosen for nexl year's congress is gctting well under way. MKTHOIHST* PAVOBi I \M>\. The Canadian General Melhodist Confercnce, in s.-s-ion at Vi.toiia. I! ?'.. hy an ovcrwhehning majoiily. baa de clarcd in favm of a baab >.f church union whereby the Metbodiata, Preabj teriana and Congregationalista in the Dominion may unbe under one de oomination t<> be known as ihe "l.n Church." The union has already heen Bgreed upon by the other two churchea With onetooch of his finger on an electrie button at ihe Myopia Boal Club ai Beverly, PreaklentTafl at noon t.> day atarted Ihe Ohio Vallej Induatrial Kx|iosiiion !n Cincinnati. Shoes less than half price- 200 pabl Mis-,s' Shoes that cost to nianufacturc $1.50 and $1.7;'., and aold at $2.00 and $2.50, will he sacnticed at 98c per pair. John A. Marshall A Bro., 422 King ? '?vit. AT THE CLUB The club man should I..- a Bticklet for home iiidu-tix. for the duh bacfvicorganbalioo.In deed in many citiea you will aoa lind none hut home nianiifa. lur ,d oigara, bome brewed beera, ctc. aarved at the leading cluhe. I* a bome prodacl <>f oieb nieril that any eiti/.-n of Alexandria may take pride in rt, and gel full in. lanre of anjoynw ol from its use. Brewed with greal skdl from the best barley and hopa pro curable, K is dear, rich and nul low. a beverage of unmbtak ablc high tpiahtv. Ask for th" Hofbrau brand. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA. VA ?Phone No. 49-B NOTICK. ? Bfj wife. lian C Ward. baving left my hed and board w Ith out sumcipnt cause I herehy give DOtiee that I will not be reaponalble Ibr anj debta euiitraeted bv her. OEOROE O. WAKD._aug-J'M- . THK aiinuai meeting ..r thi holder-. ofthe MERCHANT8 AND MKCHAN1' s BAVINOS BANK for the elcction of di-cctors and for lUeh othi bualneaa aa may oomi befon s-,ni nee ing will Le held at the offloe <^' Mr I ? P, Ilariow. iu the cltj of Alexandria, state of Virginia. lt E8DAY, S.-nlcic. l.er If, 1810, at II o'oloek a ni. KLDRIDOE K JORDAN, aug2t?td_Pr.-id. ni MASONIC? A i-alle.l ? -..iiiiiiiiiii.-ali.-n ..i ALKXANDRIA-W IHHJN'UTi ?S LODGE, No. 2-J. A.. F ,v \M.. will be heldatthe Temple TUESDAY EVEN? ING. August .Iu, at 7a>o'eloek, for w.rk. By order ofthe Worsbipful Maater. au292t A. (i. UHLER, Secretary XtlTKl,. There will be a meeting of the GEN? ERAL (HMMITTKK wbo had tlie Plremen't ConrenUon in cnarge TH1H l.\ ENING at 730 p. m., ln the rooms ol the Chamber of Coinnierep. All mem bers are reque?ted to be praaant, Bj order ofthe ebairman. lt R C. Syi.I.I\ AN. SccrPtary. Washington, D. C. LINOLEUMS 50c to 75c Kinds OQ^ Square Yard . . . wV-?Lr THKME ARE NOT RFMNANTX; all .'yards wide. you ean huy as much a- vou pleaso from the full roll. In tlie, panpietry. and wood effeeta, ooplea of mlaid llnolema, and other desigiis;in ooloringa aultable for kltehena.betb rooms, tiaiis. Btorea, ntlone. aaid eifea riothuMreealerto keepcleui ormore aaltary for loor aovarlnga than Uaoleum, an.i they wea r exeeueaitty. Swan Bros KING AND PITT STREETS. All Summer Mer candiseat Actual Cost Beginning Monday morning and all next week we will endeavor to clear out all summer merchandise at actual cost, and many lots of odds and ends and some merchandise slightly soiled or mussed will be disposed of at prices considerably below cost as we must have room for new fall goods now arriving. New Opera House Refined vaudeville and latestpictureplays Continuous Perfoimance Nightly at7.30. aii |Or Seats ,V-'U Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30. aii ec Seats ^** Complete change of bill Mondays and Thursdays. NOW PLAYING The marvelous Jap, in foot juggling and his J||? jj|][)? f()|| [|f? iamoua sensation. THE SEAMORE SISTERS. Sparkling Soubrettes. HAZEL LYNCH, Wlnsome Artiste, and 3NOVEL PICTURE PLAYS. Welcome Firemen to Our City and Store. x ,,,n liu.-.-t HisToUie P09TI OARDfl , , , itvan.ll'hoto Post ards of .?l'"vl)cp:irtmcn.o..sae.iow t., which will beadded pnoto rtfiwaofall tho prinelpal eventa of tl"- aoaven lioii aa tliey Uku pfcaen S.F.Dyson&Bro. BOOKSEl.LF.KS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. \,.\i iii i>|iera Bouae. \\ . ai. no? ju>t aboul tO round out the lit-l year of our uxistenee. The thing that will keap Cameran Dairy Lunch ,.v,.i Ireah in your mbal is its perennia yooih. Notbing ever geta old or itale here and.like a lady eareful ofber age, remaina lorever "JuatBweet Bixteen. Cameron Dairy Lunch open :.ll Bigtrt 906 King Street. TRY OUR FANCY H.jrh frade Tea. Coffee. Bakinf Powder, Extract and Grocenea. Toilct Paper. 6 rolla ... 25c A U P Corn Starcb ... 5c Iona Tomatoea.J* Clothea Pin?. 100 for . ? 10c Fly Paper. 3 fbe?ta ? ? ? bc Sapolio. cake.*c Bon Ami. cake.9c Wenan Cookintf Oil . ? ? 3<>c Snowdrift Lard.*2c Dutch Cleanser. 3 cana . ? 25c Best Eltfin B nter ? ? ? ? 3*c PureLard.lb.\?e Cat.up*.10c. 15c. 25c Campbell* Soupi. 3 for . . 25c Olives.l?c- 25c Pure Malt Vinetfar. bottle . 18c Royal and Durkee'a Salad Dreaiinj.23c. 39c CreW'a Strained Honey . . 25c Full Crcam Checit ... 18c Poatum._ ? ? 22c The Great Atlantic &f Pacific Tea Co., phoaea Bell 87, Hoaae HX Blectaona were beld in Portugal yea? terday without diaorder, according to ?dvion from Lisbon; a great majority for th? rponarchiito >? c?P9Cted, Traveling your comfort depends large ly on your re fresh m ents along the road. Carry your favorite hot or cold drink uta. u. .. pat. orr. and oriat biiitaih 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. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. GROCERIE.S. PROVISION8, WOOD, COAL, LIME, < I'.MI.M. TERRA ODTTA 8EWER PIPE, NAILS, ,. ! \ss PAINTS AND <?IL. Ivory Wall Plaster A large <|ii:intity M new and BeeOttd hand liimber and see..nd hand l.riek for sale aheap WM. H. PECK. TH | .i.ioi.il ine.toig "I the i... k l,,,|,l. rsoftheARLINOTON BREW i\i, ii.mi'an^ will be ii.-i.i al ii..- "t i the eooipeuj . K..--W d, \ irglnle, ,.,, i [JE8DA1 . Beptember 13, ?10, al 10 o'eloek a. m.. f?>r the purpoae ofelecting directon ana for tbe tnnaaettoa ofanei other bualaeaa as maj properiy ba brought before Baid meeting. A IU .1NGTI 'N 1?I< EWINO COMPANY, ailgSB Ol ABK K 1 s . .. s.-i -,-. Hard Crabt. Soft Crabi. -Deviled Crabs and Crab Salad At JACOB BRILL'S REKTAURANT footof King Htrtft. Open until 10 p. ra. apr7 6m Real F.state Loana. Fire Insurance FOR SALE Four acres of land in Alexandria county, within one mile from Alexandria city, im proved by fine 8 room frame dwelling,with slate roof, with fine porches, and good out bildings. Good shade with an abundance of shrubbery and fruit. This property is offered at the ridicu lous low price of $4,000 For further particulars. THOMPSON & APPICH 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va City and Suburban Propertiea. Stocks and Bonds Another QII l^Q Big Sale of O ILivO. Dress lengths Figured Taffeta Silk Foulards, plain shades Rough Silk Pongees and Fancy Jacquard Silks, values ranging from 49c to 69c, on front bargain table table. Choice 25c Yd. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. Linoleum, 33c a Square Yard. Extraordinary value 2 yards wide. Remnants Linoleum, handsome pattcrns, regular 50c a square yard. This week only 33c a square yard. Wild's 2 yard wide Inlaid Linoleum, hand? some patterns, regular 50c a square yard. This week only 33c a square yard. Wild's 2 yacd wide Inlaid Linoleum, not remnants, $1.25 a square yard instead of $1.50. Wild's Cork Carpet Linoleum, $1.25 a square yard. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Seventh Aunual September Sale of Furniture At 25 to 50 PerCent Below Actual Value. Today we beein our Seventb Annual steptember sai0 of Furniture. NViththeugiwldlscrlmlnationandearewa.h whi.h our purehis.-s are always made.o ii-buyerperaonally vlailed tbe fadones a,,,t -, ,,u.,[ only that h.gh grab furi iture wbich ia eoinpatlble with onr -tandard- fcla dcmaiidfl evi a ot the Iwat rnanuiaetiuan that claaa of coustruction. llnNh and guarantced durab.lity whieb n^^Sri5a^?S in fumiture. elther n.ad. to -rdcr or botight from II ,',aT^wleisdeaignedtomeetther.?f,iiirp....i.is.,fallta-ieM. a.,-1 in taaeopern ,lud ? un tureof *uch variety as to make poaaible tbe exeeutton ... any furnbnv ,,- oiuideteriniiiedfor the home. And u laour pleaeure and good fortuneto ^fSutSSStct Srvtoa and durablMty, aa well aaofdecoretlve value, al aaah i.ri.-.sas will fulfill the ecotiomi.'ide;w ofthe h..us,ke.|..r Th tenduring.iualitv in matenal and d. ?ign whlo.n-l- ??? ini.'t- r to ihe fur ?i,b toSofalBo UM sau esm.'iitial foature in all the rurniture offercd In tfila aate A u.r. i.riaieiiea* isanother fentcre for whi,h we bave prorided, and our inea oftaratureare broad in variety and generoua in price contu aalOTllhx.cl leut V ,l.i, ' an o,rered in furniture for parlnr. d.i.ii.g roo.-i, l..,l.o...i. h-tll. I.hr.iry. .Ln. ;l"acr?!.''piniiturerange9in8tylerronisin,l.|1.ity to OjOtol ?'??????, froaa ..- oo ?,.. .,?,'hiiiv and vet eombir.es both. as ireeater afan to Ihe artfetta M w?n as ,? th ..ri.ti.-il and serviceablesideHof house fiirnishiiig. C? etheryoT, wUb to furnish a eompa.t and oo?r I l.le Mal. man ....?,,..?,,-,,, inaimer or wlsh to furnuh a home iu eleganl atyle, tbe rurniture II bere i.road in ,-irii-iv andat siM-cial poneeaalong in pnee m.itlier.i-. Our Kurnture Departinent Is eonv. iiie.itly loeated 00 Mstt ,B?d vv,-mi. Ploon ofthe U street building. in eomm.,hoi: ,uart. r>. m l.i.h a l.,r,| ample BPBOfl anTlfcht in which to diaplay tothe baa B toJa new atoek. Our Annual September Sale of Frame Pictures also began Ms morning.