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FK1DAY BVKHINO, NOV. ??
LOCAL MATTEHS. Sun and Tide Table. Vtin raSBB tomorrowat'c.''a. in.andsel? p, 111. JJi^'h water ai:?0 a. in. and f ? p. 111. Weather Probabilitiea. For this seetloB elearlag tliis after ii A, BUr tonigbl and Saturday; rfslng te iperatlire S;ilnnl:i.\ : loisk and hij;li n. tnweit wlada, dlrulnlahlng today. SCHOOL BOARD. At Ihe mootbly meeting of the City ,; B aard beld lasl nighl Captain li : b.-n Bi j ant, preeided Slr. Btabler reported lhal a commit tec from the '?. F. A. had iaforraed him tbal their presentattoii of a tlag I i.ee building nrouldbeattended with II . OOBI tO tbe b<a d. but tbe order would apprcciate i me ceremony on the part ofthe board at tha preaBOta tion. II- Igg Bed that the tlag be ac cepted and tbat dclinitc arrangenients : .de later for any ceremony that nii; ht Ik- deein. d BeceflBBry. l>r. Smith moved that the tlag be ac cepted and that tlie chairman appoiat a oommittee to recaive it. This was adopted and the chairman appointed Dr. Smith on iln- pait of the board and Mr. Conrad Johnsou, principal of Los School, on the piirt of that school to Boeept it and tbe clerk was roquested tO notify tbe ofBcBff of the O. V, A. of tbe action of the board, Mr. Btabler reported that the tin BKtrk laside tho cupola of Lee buUdinc j had rusted and that the Booriog of the cupola would have to be repaircd. Ile als.. reported tbat tbe cost of erecting fael Bbedsal tbe two colored buildinga woukl le aboul $100. Ii was decided t > iadefinitely postpane this work. Mr. Btabler also reported that repair work on the several buildinga had been made; thal some of the old furniture had been removed from Lee to Hal lowoll buUding; tbat the west end of aehool Iot had been washed out by the recent rain and to protect it SOd dioghad been resorted t<>; and tbat after repairs bad been made to tbe two colored school buildings, these build iagi were now in fairlygood oondition. ile said tbal tbe furnace men had re ported that in order to get tho best re sults from the fuiiiaces in Washington building certain alterations in the brick WOfk around them mii-t be made, and tlus had been done. A numbei of biils for repairs and suppliea were ordered t.< l.e paid. A letter w.is reeeived from Mr. C. G. M.iphis, examiner of the Third circuit, -,: itmg tbat at a recenl meeting .of the committee on apportioning tbe bigh school fund. fSOO was reoommonded lo the boys high school al Alcxandiia. A latter from <'. Vf. Zachary, presi? dent of the State Teachers' Association, reeeived requesting thal this board Baawj repreeentativeato attend tbe meet? ing of the laaociatiofl to be held ia Bichmond. Tbe Buperintendenl said he would Like bobbb of the trpseeos to attend tbe maeting with him, bal bo action was taken. Tbe siipetinteiident has aeeepted an invitaiio-i io risil tbe rcboobj in Wash iogtOfl next we.k and bas invited any of the Uaaiees who could dosoto aocom pany bim. The Buperintendenl tben made his mootbly report ol tbe working of the schools, the atteadance ke. Oae white teacher bad been abaent three days. one, one day. aml one one half day. The board than adjouraed. WINTRY WEATHER. Tbe rain of yesterday was followed early last nigbt by borean galet BCCOm paoied bv rain and -now. ihe t-mpera ture iu the ineantiine falling almost to tbe tree/ing point. Tbe wind came ifl heavy nawe, whieh roarad. alarmingly, blowing dead branthes from ti?es, and prostrating the telegi aph and telephone poles in some places. Ilut few people were on the Btreets, oi.lv raefa as were forced to brave the elements leaving their bon> Oonditioni oontinJed wild through? out tbe uigbt, Ab.ot inidnight snow began to l!v, and \tj morning the earth was elotbed in wbj*. Tbe mercury iu the tbermometev it an eaily hour was down tO 89 degees. The wind had abated but littfl and snow was still to11'"**- . , i i m . An inventoiy >f tbe city showed tbat Several potBB ifl be inrthcrn and west M n BBCtiooa Of Ue cty and in West Knd had been prosjited by the high winda, an i falling and traugled wtres bjj kasBaoinmat iHacea. People from Fairfax OOUBfJ report tbat poles were blowu down if> nnmber of places. The steamerrv.iitherland arrived at this port thi mornlni aboul forty mintrtes late. gbe experieiiced heavy I ? ... basapeake Bay aud tl.e arl night. The officerfl o(til ,i-ey ooeouatwed tbeanovr at/fa?r p0,nt 8now jitiAai" ^'" l,unnK mo,t of t,ie morninj;. /ccompaoied occusionally by beavv tr'9 ?' wmt*- UnabfelbM at tinies ajn leaderod useless by tbe flsree rfa*. ;in(J pedestrians dodged each ot/' i;i "fiinying fiom point to point./ iia/of tbe Bteatntraina teremow orjes/iate ifl Brriviflf at and dep.uting frou/'i"'<V. ?. t bi mtinued gloomly anu J, throughout the day, II il tlisappeau J iegiaph wuesiite down in unny ii of WaablngtoOi and but naenj lia;" m oonetqusnea bal been vtid frorn tbe outslds world. INSPECTED WORKHOUSK. Ihe CommaBBOflairi of the District | ,.!umbia aent on a trip to the r>istric? vorkbo ? tbis mormng, leaviog Washiiu o*er the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad. After a lun cheon at tbe workhouse thev mspeel ed the grounds and btdldiflg. rommissions will retum on tlu boat Vigilant, nnd will rea'h Wash ington about ti o'clock this evening. Coal Coke Wood Order your Coal before the advance at loweat summer prices. Best quality pfompt dellvery and bottom priot 1'bons M. PbW. AIWHJESON, 107 soutb Moril atTBit. I*"1 WOMAN'S AUXILIARY. The twentieth annual meeting of the Virginia Bratieh of tbe Woman's Aux? iliary which opened at Chr.st Church on Tuesday evenii.g closed its intcrest ing session last night with a missionary rally wbich was largely attended. The Gazette's report yesterday closed Witfa tbe end of tbe morning session. Tbe afternoon session began at 2 o'eloek. Miss Cbicbester's specal ap poal for a cfaapeJ ?. Staf ford county re.sulted in an offermg of $111.50. Kev Mr. Cieveland prestnted an ae? eount Of some pha>es of lns work in tbe Blue Ridge mountains. Miss Walker, representing tbe girls of the National Cathedral School, Washington, 1). C, pledged $150 to? ward the hospital work, and |87 was given toward tbe purchase of a mission? ary house for tbe Misses Towks in the I'oeosan Missioa in tho Blue Ridge mountains. A resolution of sympatby for Bishop l'eteikin was carried, the bishop's mother having died recently, ReeohUiom Of thankl for the enter tainment Of tbe auxiliary. Christ Church, St. Paul's and Grace Church and the citizens generally were pa.-sed. A letter from Bishop lirent was read expre?ang his regret at being unable to attend tbe nieeting. Bishop GibeOO spoke of tbe work being done at Dumfhries, paid a high tribute to Miss Rose Whcat, telling of ber lnlluence and tho good sho has accomplished. A motion thanking Miss Sallie Stuart for having eiitertained tbe auxiliary at her bome church and hoping sbe would be here to do the same twenty years hence, was unanimously carried. A motion was carried thanking tbe vesiry and choir of Christ Churcb, and tbe citi/ens of Alexandria generally, for the itteottOO and bospitalily shown the viaiting membera ofthe auxiliary during their visit here. A motion thanking tbe ladies of Seiiiiuai v Hill for their courtesy and boapiUlity tO tho visiting members was made and carried. Biabop Rowe of Ahteka made another Ol bis forceful and Btirriog addresses, tellmgof the Miccess and iiitluetice of the churcb in Alaska and paying a glowing tribute t<> tbe women and men carrying on the great work tbere under difflcultiee that cannot be deacribed. He thanked tboae wbo bad aided him in bis work and urged tbe auxiliary to BOud missionary women to bis field ;..s soon as they ahould preaenl tbem? selves. His addreaa excited auefa en thuaiaem that inatdeofa few momenta He spoke of the great need of an inliriiiary for ibe Indians of Alaska at an eetimated ooatol $2,600. His ad ibess was intensuiy iiiteiesting and val uaUe. Among other tbings tbe bishop Bpokeof tbe value of reading matter I.ks and maga.'.ines for bia people i'm the Neeneiia Inflrmary$328.15waa donated bv the auxiliary. llishop Rowe expreaeed his tbanks. All tbe regular pledges were renewed togetber with the special mentioned above. Mis. Artbur Lloyd, vice president of the Woman's Auxiliary, made a short and inipressive address. Coiitrihutions were tben niade to warda tbe ealary of Miaa Etoae Whe.it and an offering of $78 was made in bt r bebalf. Deaooneva Lawrenee and Miaa Proffe of the Blue Ridge mountains, spoke of the work and itaneedi and 129 was pledged for a acbobrabip in tbe Blue [oduBtrial School. The meeting adjourned to meet at 8 o'dock. The cloaing services of the Woman's Auxiliary was beld last night at Christ Cburcfa at eight o'eloek. Those iti tbe cliancel were Rev. W .1. Morton, Kev. F. W. Neve, Of tbe Ragged Mountains, and Bishops Rowe of Alaska and Kinsolving of Brazil Bishop Rowe gave a brief history of Alaska and descubed the life of dan gcr and advetiture iu that frozen land. After a beautiful tribute to Bishop Rowe, Bishop Kinsolving stt forth tbe needs of Brazil. Missionary hytnns were sung and the -erviee was closed witfa a benedic tion by Bishop Rowe,_ PLEASANT 0ATHERIN0. With Ihe predictions niade by the Weather Bureau and chrouicled in the Gaz-tte of last night one would have thought tbat tho ladies would not have ventured out, but such was not the as at the residenee of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hayden at least 50 young ladies and gentlemen a-sembled to do honor tO the oecasion of tho sixteenth birtbday of Miss Bertba May Raum, attractive daughter of Mrs. Lillian Raum, and grandi'aughter of Mr. Wil Ham T. and Mrs. Agnes Thorne, of the old Franklin Farm, Prince Georgo's county, Md. Mr. Bedford Hayden, who neted as host of the cccasion, saw to it tbat everyone enjoyed themselves. At 11 o'eloek tbe guests wero uahered into the dining room and partook of a handsome spread, consisting of all tbe delic.vics of tbe HMOO. Tbe party : the evening'l etitertainment at 12 o'clo. k witfa the familiar song "We WOOt get go bome till moruing." Dauciug and games constituted tbe pleasures of the evening. Mr. Charles Lucai niade the evening moro enjoyable b) his vocal and instrumental music "FOUR LEAF CiOVER." "A Four Leaf Clover," one oftbe pretlieal Hlttej pbivlets ever written is in tbe mngriilWnt bill being futnislied tbe patrons oftbe New Opera House, with Robert Hildretb, its iutbor, ln tbe caet Mr. Hildreth piayi all the ,un|t. , In tlie pi.ve, appoaring flrita* a ooHega,bof tfaea a miser, changing again a* a rubo and laatly aa an old fatmer, ll'-'* ohang?i are lightnlug likc and hi- :i L'liaraoter ahowahia abilityaa an actor aawcll m a writer. An eqnrpnMflt of sccnery sbow ing old Cloverdalc farm ll carried by the company, giving tbis geni of plays a beautiful setting. Ifat-M tomorrow rtfternoon. PROPERTY SAJ-ES. C, C. Haynfcs his sold to Charles D a home artl lot on the west il Patrick street between King and <>n. Mrs Annie E. Knight has sold to Lnnk E. M-tters a bouse and lot on tbe wfc?t side of Fairfax street north of (libbon. Tlie choir of St, Paul's Church will give its innnal eoncert on tbe evening ol Tueiday, Novtmb^r jftth, PERSONAL. Mr. C. A. Simpscn, who has during the past few days been at the Alexandria Hospital. is improving. Mr. Asbby Miller, now of St. Louis, was in this city today on bis way to Richmond. LOCAL BREVITIES. Five lodgers wero accommodated at tbe station house last night. There wero no eases on tho docket of tbe Police Court this morning. A business nieeting of tho Kpworth League of the M. E. Cbureb South will be held in the Young People'a Build? ing at S o'eloek ton'ght. Mr. W. C. Baggett has purchased from Mr. Worth Hullish a lot on the we.-t sido of Alfred street, near Cam? eron. Mr. Baggett will erect a residenee on the lot in the spring. Carter Wofab, colored, at one time a buckster in tbe Alexandria market, died at 2 o'eloek this morning at Hunter'a station. a short distance south of this city. Yesterday was "La_it_' Day" at tbc new Elks' Building. The first Thurs? day in eacb month is devoted by the lodge to tfae lady friends of the organ ization. Jamea, the nine-yoar-old son of Mr. .lames and Mrs. Sarah Murphy, died at his parents' residenee, 700 Franklin street, this morning. 'Ihe sixth annual nieeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of tho Syuod of Virginia opened at tho Central Presbyterian Church, in Washington, vesterday m irning. A number of peoplo from Alexandria attended ihe meeting. Special oflicer I. W. Burrel), of the county, Wbo was a few days ago con vicledin the Circuit Court of Alexan dria county, for an assault on a young man named Hallen at I.una Park, last June, and fined $28, has bed' removed Troiii olliee by .ludge Tbornton, o.i mo? tion of the Commonweahh'a Attorney. We doii't care a "rinky dink" what our competltora think. Ita what "you" think Of us tbal makea us sit u|> and take notloe. \\ heiicver you are hungr.v and Bomewbere In the innermoat reeeaaea ol vour being, tbere is an empty aehing 'void, just think Of those irresislil.ly delleloua Auth Sauaages and Puddings it Blondhelm'a Auth Btand and Market. "They will ehange your look ofbunger toan Irrealatlble amlle." Look upour big ad. on this page and OOte our (|iiola tions on Hamaand Bboukh m ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS SOCIETY. ln iocordance with tbeir deaire to aid in all benevuletit and pbilanthropic work. tbe Elki bave offered tbe uae of their new building for tho lunch and afternoon tea which is to be given 00 Thursday, November 10, by tbe Anti Tuberculoeis Bocietjr, of Alexandria. Tfae loatioii and the attractivetiev- ol Lfaii building will be an added factor in the Bureeaa of this luicb, in which such general intereatia being ebown. Tbe COmmiUee having it in] charge are aparing no i ffort lo make it a Bucceea, and it is boped that every one Mill take advantage of tbe opportunity to get a fine lunch and help a good cause by a small exponditure of money. Lunch will be aerved from 12 o'dock to 2:110, and afternoon tea from 4 to 5 o'eloek. Tbe sale of pickles, prcserves, and jeiliea will begin at 12 o'eloek and con tinue tbrougfa ibe afternoon. As au op? portunity to Pecure the best of home tnade things at a re.isonable cost is not Often offered, it is boped tbat many will take advantage of it. WANTS T0 G0 HOME. Edna Earl, a resident of north Lee street, appeared at tbe station house this morning while the rain was failing and the wind blowing, miuus season able wraps, and told acting Lieutenant Roberts and Officer Beach that she had determined to leave the resort in which sbe had been living and return to her mother in I'hiladelphia, but that the woman of tbe house refused to allow ber to rcmove her trunk, containing her clotbing, until a board bill of $24 was paid. Tbe otlicers told tbe woman her case was of a civil nature and abe ahould consult a magistrate. Tbe woman was given a seat in front of the stove which sheseemed to loth to leave. Sbe said sbe bad resolved to abandon tbe life sbo has been living. NEGRO PLAYS FLIMFLAM GAME. A colored boy entered the cocfec tionery store of Mr. J. Hillary, on the north sido of King atreet, between Fayette and Payne, this morning aud reu,uo8ted Mrs. Lyles, Mrs. Hillary'a mother, wbo had charge of the store, to ehange a nickle for him in order that he could placo the conta in a slot machine. After exhnusting the five he had another nickel changed and later a quarter. Ho subsequently asked Mrs. Lyle3 to ehange a dollar note, and when thn money had been placed upon tbc counter he grabbed it and ran off. The negro was followed by Mrs. Lyles and a gentleman who happoned to be in tbe neigbborbood at tho time, but hc aucceeded in making bis escape. The tbief dropped two nickles iu hia flight. Murdered Man Alive. Trenton, Nov. 4.?Returning as one from tbe grave, Leo A. Mullen, of this city, ontered the home of his parents bere last night and aasured them that he bad not been murdered aud eut to pieces by Black Hand asaasains near Reading, Pa , as was intimated in af? ternoon papers. following the flnding of a miUilated body and a pair of eye glassea which a Pbiladelphia optician aaid had been so'd to Mullen. Mullen cannot MOOttBt for the g'aiies, but he is 3>u_ bo haa not been murdered. A st-eiiiing subitantiation of the murder theory was afforded by the fan that Mullea bad been unheard of for aix wec<-8 after leavlng honio to take a poai tmn as a detective to hitnt down Black Handers. He aaya tho detective job dul not pan out arfd he drifted to Pbiladelphia, read the murder sfory and bastened bome to reaunre bis parents. Tlie l?..pe'- ( elHlltlen. Rome, Nor. 4.?The condition of Pope Pius whose heart is said to be very weak, is giving his physician, Dr,' Marciafava, con?iderable anxiety. It dcveloped todav that tho physician urged the Pope to give up his daily au diences for two weeks. Piu* refused, though he has leasened the nnmber of peraona he receivea daily. Worry over the Portguese aitu ation ia held reipon.ible for his present condition, s 61* Sto Pa Avi *T.HE BUSY CORNfR* Washington, D. C. Striped and Dresden effects in "Anna Held" Silk Pettieoats at $5.00 ruftle. some ed<rcd with roscniiliiiig- . I.uv hetter Splendid skirts lor the money-m ract llvo dollars fannoimij ativwherc.?-nd lloor. The Finest Line of Hams, Shoulders and Bacon in the City. A completc aaaortmenf of everything tDaf? good to cit. Look at the5C prices: The Best . Smoked Hams Only 19 l-fc lb. Very Fancy Smoked Shoulders (California Hams) Onlv 14c lb. Tll. : Corned Hams Only 20q lb. The Besl I-'resb Hams Only 21c lb. Very Fancy i l Bhpulders Onlv 14c lb. Very fancy Full Cream Ohe.se Only lfc lb. You can't afford to eat the che.per kind. J^*~^J**? AUTH SAUSAGES AND PUDDINGS Are positively the only kind worth eating! Pure Pork Sausafemcat_ Gcrman Dbod PuJJ.ngs Home Dressed Beef, Lamb, Veal and Pork. Cooked Ham Fresh Chipped Beef Smoked Whit. F.ah Cooked TorTgue Wafer Sliced Daeon Hosja Rad.ah tlome of the Claa.ie.t Line of Food Produets ifl Aleaandr.a. Blondheim's Auth Market and Auth Stand Kiflgaud Alfred Street- -PhoaeW. W.nftfBB* PISBB IN ADDITIONTO OUR REGULAR SUPPLY O^ Chopped Meats of whi.b we bave a full snppry, will haw foi BATI BDAt Sirloin and Round Steaks at Reasonable Prices. CHOICE BOAOT BEEF; ALSO DOUNTRY KILLED POIHL Our stoc* , - oompletc. _-*>. a r- rs - ~?4.4. SUCCESSORto Charles F. Baggett,B F.baggett The Yellow Stand 30 and 31, Cameron slreet Wing, Citv Market. Meats! Meatsl Meats! Urgeanppl) ??>' *'?*' l:' ' ' ! i.er pound. VealCutlol ? Beel Roaat, Vl i - LozofLainl), \ ?? ? Prime Country ftomu ? all poi*, i . eents. L'alvcs l.iv.i, :?? Orcen Mounuin fo siu,...tli,Tileeiils |>? i 1>U? h-'l FrankilnUranulatoU stnrar, ? Our eelel.nitcl ??:, , .ed ! inborfl Ooflee, 22 eeatB per pound. Latffl sapply ol < ountrj i n ?'? - cents i>er do/eii. TftKM.SCHULKRBEEFCO. novf.it UptcwuM BuHlne-s Hours, Dally,8S m. to 6p. m Of Worth 69c, 75c, 89c and $1. All to go at, Yard, 39c ChOOBBfrom I'lii.U. Bhepberd (heeks. Voile. Bfobatr, Hni.ctta. fanaiiia. Cballie. Mlxtures, an asserted iot 01 Ciesm fabrics, ImportedCrepes.Fienon Cballiea, toilenne, Batlste, Nuas wu IBC Berge, Figured Cballles; lenaths run ni. lu wven yards; enoose asairt, aalst or dresa leagtta from iliislot.and save from a third toa hair. Or. 39C per yard . $1.68 Sateen and Nearsilk PETTICOATS, 95c. Of spleadid rjualftj aateas] and silk, iii blao* only. Made in auumber of pretty Btylet, irltn lallored benas, tueks-and sbirring. UngtbsIH QCp toe Bpeelal . ^OK l 420-426 Scventh Street. WASHINGTON. D. C '?." * ?;;. .i.^ . ^' For Sale or Rent. The deslrabld ronldcnce with ktrfB side lnwn. BflfJ Miuth Ht. Aaaph stre. i located ln Ihe besl resideutial Kcetion or Ity, For full partleulara apply at 4*? I?ukr strflet 11..VI if Masker Hrturii* (aih. Williamsport, Pa., Nov. 4.- Bffi manuel Catnarinoa, a prominent coti fectioner, hai made public a qtater gfft whieh he roceived on Hallowe'en night. Out of a proccssion of "MummeM" passing his atore one of the numbcr strode to the counter whero be atocxl, thrust an envelope in his hand, bowed fanUtstically and depn.rted. Tlie en? velope contained ipjite a lergi amount of money?hovr large Mr. Camariiids had not said. Mrs. Camarinos sBya that ebe i* quite auro tbo "Muroroer" waa o woman dressed as a man, as ber Wftlk indicflted that. Mr. Canmrino* cannot explairt tne mysterious gifl un? less it represenu money tbat may I been stolen from him, and l\\s party wis thus insuring ita return without i cbancc of idenniication. ________ A Good Meal lt ia a rtoticcable fact that beer il Iccomintf more and more com monly und ai a me-1 time bever? afe and purticul.rly in the home. There are several food reaions for thia: it "fita in' well with aolid fooJa. I is a food appetixcr. It helpa difeJtion. Many drink it in place M coffee, becauae they find the latter injurious to them. ls a li/ht brew with a full. rich flavor that find* t>'reat favor aa a table beverafe. The bottled prod uct i* most convcnienc for home use. RobertPortner Brewing Co. ALEXANDRIA, VA 'Phone No. 4V-D POLITE VAUDSTVILIiE I il IKOKD IfOJf. AND TlIt'KS. 10 Cents to All. Robt. Hildreth fif Co. to \ J-MIK I i'.AK i H)\ I al aoenery Janet Priest V CO. In I.itt!.- Mi-i Ham kmX ' Jack Baylc. MuU0l0pltt?t. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday 6c Alao latest motion plcturea changed dally, OYSTERH tS AtL KTri.CK, CtTICK E* O* TOAaT, BASDWICIIE* alwaye on sale at BPIXKaVB CAFE, Prince and Royal Jitreeta. fr'OR HALE. Having no further use for a pair of aound, six year old ML'LEd, we offer same for aale at t'hathim subles. uov-iiW XlliXALlCJiCQ, $7,000 Stock of Groceries At Cost For ,Cash Everything Excepl Teas, Coffees and Roe Herrinc Bargains FOR ThisWeek GUNS Double-burrel Breechdosding Shot Guns, worth $18, for this week $12.50. Double barrel Breech loading Shot Gun9, worth $35, for this week $25. Single barrel, Breech loading Shot Gun, worth $8, this week $5. GUNNING COATS Of the latest deslgn, with po;kets all around, ranging from $1 to $5 eacli. LEGGINGS. Leather, Waterproof ar.J Kahkl, Re duced frjm former pritea, Some lar galna, SHOT AND SHELL Nitro and black powder ahePa. Freah stock just received. R. E. KNIGHT, Booksoller aiid .Stationer. tU-_B3-d_ King Slreet. aep_ lyr JACOB ROSE Xo. 301 King Street. ?oker'.i Sile at auetio )A Y.NiA KMUKKvi ,...h ae wat ibee, rings, r.. otblng, eameraa, toola, 4c. Will remove to_0 Rlng street oet.ll M_ LOST. On Saturdav nternoon thi TAIL from a inutf. Llaek lur witl white tip. Ptnder will please roturn li 719 Prince atreet and recelve reward. novl lw_^^ DESIRABLE ilOOMg AND OOO] TABLE BOAHD at 0)1 tji-eei atreet. oeilt.f ATTP-N'TImX. a m. Marv'a braneh ofthe IMLV N'AMI SOf'IETY will be held at tbc I.yccun Hall, FRIDAY night at f) o'eloek, whet flnal arraoi?pmenu will be complete for the parade Sunday, Xovember 6th. nov:i Jt NiillCK Companinn, pleaae a?en a jtated eonvoeatiou of MT. Vtfc JfO_i RtH.U. ARCH CHAPTEH.y. \i td be held FRIDAY. Xovernii*-!' . ipio, atritj o'eloek n pa, Bu yfl2\ A U ['DLER. I! fj*Oli RJ-ffT*- Three ROOMS for llgl. hoilae kceping, centrally loeated Address thl? ofttce K R. novl .it F ORSALE.-A PAI.VTER.s Ol'TFI. rope, hnoks, Iddders, hlocka, ,t:< tflil be soldchenp. Ai(j?ir t?< nt Krani Itristrwet I vi ii"i i'm | . [i ov3Ht .._-.?_ W Plea-tnt, niovly _ od ROOMS, w.irni and every com fort; sultable for gentiemen only. C'al after 8 o'eloek at GOT Oronoeo atreet Alexandria. nov_;it* if N' OTIGETO STATE I am now prciwred to raeelve tln state taxee tor the yenr IMU J'lie tion of taxpaycra ia reape9iflil>y call tha Importanccoff.'ay.U;,' ihe same prlo to Dedember 1, i^to. as on thatdatr* . penalty of five per conr will lio added t< all unpaid bllla, and tieir colleetion en fonjea aa reqyired by la*. THOMASV. ROBIN* WJisotd Ci^frflWUrer, King Street Real Estate for Sale Fine Business property on [King Street, centrally located, frontage of4? feet and a depth of 150 feef. Building-s in fine ccndition. Rented at $75 per month Price $10,000. Thompson &, Appich 107 South Royal|Street, Alexandria, VaJ ?ity and Suburban' Properties. Stocks and Bonds DRY GOODS. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Underwear for Men "Linen Mesh" and -Dermopeile" The Non-Shrinkable Kind. Ltaea Mesh is fast sjrowiaj in populanty B>r uadenrear. Ue aretbosole Vaabington agents for Knelpp Linen Mesh Underwear, tbe beat tobebad. Ills nade ofthe finest quality pure Irista Linen and Is unique in IU double oon ?ii large i-olla next to tbe akln, Insuring comfort aod healihfulneaa: close weave itilaide, inaurlng lastiug arear tbe two making a acteaUOeaad sanltari uuderjjar neiii. Tbis underwear does not shrink a*lth wasblog <>r dampneas; drias qujealy, ireventlng licavlnesa wben danporworn Indoorv. Ii penolta the poresto breain vlthout expoMire. and exhalations ofthe body to escape while retalning its natural ieat. It helpn tbe hodjr to adjusi itself to cbanglng temperaturosaad prewn s uddea sboeks whieh are tnoguently oeeasioned in this climate. Light Weight Garments, $2.50 each. Medium and Heavy-Weight Garments, $3. Each. ? lierinophile'is the most Inzuriouaof pure wool underwear; it isihighly loroua.absorbs molsture. aad allows the body while freely perapirlng tobeoomo ,)cri'eetlv drjr. "DermoBBlle" ts made of tbe Bneal aelected uadyed woet,aadiaj tf exqiuette softness, being agrc able to tbe moat aenaltlTe skm. The Noa-shriBk ii.ie feature, together -Itb natural durability, results In a garraeat of uarlvalea Itillty. Its heaiitvand line linish make it the bigbest claas Alt-WOOl l ndorwear .11 ihe market. siimvn in three wetghts?light, modlum aad beavy, aad theifot* owing guarantee aeoompaaiea each nrmenl Should shrinkage oocnr are will re ilace with a newgarment or refund the prioe. Prieed aeeonllag BO irelgBt B2.2J, $3.00, and $4.00 Garment. Stop and look at the speeiai display in ||i n'l t rtBJ t uindow. Swan Bros KING AND PITT STREETS. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS Linoleum and Oil jCloth Stove Mats, Floor Oilcloth. one yard wide. yard 25c and 35c. floor Oilcloth. 1 1-2 yards wide. yard 40c. 45c. 50c. Floor Oilcloth. 2 yards wide, yard 65c and r5c. OILCLOTH MATS,FORSTOVES 1 yard square, each - 3-Jc 1 1-4 yard* square, each - - - - 49c 1 1-2 yards square, each - o9o PRINTED LINOLEUMS 2 yards wide yard, $1,00 and $1.25 INLAID LINOLEUMS 2 yards wide,yard $1.50.*2.50and ?3.00. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. i ?"r*li'iina jr?'('kries. prtovidioy.s. WOOD, f'OAL, LIMKi fEMEXTi TKRRA j.'uT'l \ fsBWElt I'D'fc, S A I l.s, OL \^J l*AI*T_ AJfB OIL. Ivory Wail Plaster I lute QlttBtltf <tf f|eW RHiI aeeond mudlutnbi'i? and arcind.batui brick for .alc eheap, WM. H. PEC_C_ NOT ICE! - BEGINNING - lOIDJiy, NOVEMBER 7, rhe Waahinfton Southern Railway Jompany will open* in new and com nodioua West End Freisfht Station it whieb all loeal freifht will be t$ ?eived and Jclivarei r_M 1 Our very special and ex cellen: Cbaflnj Dis_ ia enly $5 00. Othiraupto$15.C0, Copper aod nickel. I. E. ACTQN 8 80S8 Jewelers and Silvaremlthe The Fineat of EvervhTp. VIRGiNIA COUNTRYCURED HAMS Also Champagne Cider THOS. LANNON Cor, Camercs iBfl Pitt Strftts, 80TP PHONE$t