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VOL. OL?NO. 112.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 12, 1900
PRICE _ CTS.
MEDICINAL.
You have been in the power house of
rttmt plant of machinery. Did it
occur to jou that your body waa ? more
wonderful machine ?
In the term of a natural life the heart
beata throe thouaand million time? and
.. with a preaoa*. of thirteen
-__r_*"---j pound? to the stroke, lift? in
/_*?.?./ that time, half a million toa?
of blood. What an. are you taking of
thi, wonderful machine?
Shortness of breath, burring in the
??ars, ditonees, palpitation of the heart,
s><rplt**_nea?, etomach trouble, indiges?
tion are only some of th? evidence? that
the machinery ia nndergoing a atrain
which sooner or later will break it down.
What the lubricant is to the machine
of iron, Dr. Pierce'a Golden Medical
Discoverv is to the machine of flesh and
blood. ?t reduce? friction to a minimum
ard keeps the great organa in proper
r? order. It does this by healing
? of the etomach and organs ot
011 and nutrition, and increasing
. of pure and healthy blood.
I '.ised teD bottle- of Dr. Pierce'.* Golden
Disc-overy ?ad severa 1 vials of hi?
it Pellets' ? year ?so this spring, ?ad
have had no trouble with indigestion since,"
Mr. W. T. Thompson, of Town-end,
?a-.er ?Co., Montana. " Words fail to teU
? .?.ful I em for the relief, as I had suf
. ?eh tud M seemed th?t th? doctor?
vi? so Kood. I got down in weight to
la atri wai not awe to work at all. Now
.ifarlv 160 ?nd can do a day's work
m the farm. 1 have r?ecommended yoat medi?
an* to ?eversi, and ?hall alwavs have a good
wurd to ?ay for Dr. Pierce and nia medicines."
Dr. Bierce's Pleasant Pellets invigor
ate the stomach, liver and bowels. Use
il h the *"* Discovery " when a pill
is reg mi ed.
?lied.
RUPTUK_ (UKKD
Il Tm Days No kniff,
?? dareje*. no ?'e'-er.t'O;?
'r >m business. The bet
ri-urente ? ??veii of cures
ni-de in Vimini? Coc-u'
t.t on?, examinations and
b'H'klet* ?roe.
Kupture Institute,
905 Bank ?trett,
Bi'-hnonl, - - - Vjigi_*H.
; ?p'28 w1 ? ]
?,. - t?"j r ?ntlnnr th??,
; ..?. -io-To?. "
-. lira :??r toba. ? o, wiifc-,
. p ??.ix tie isnif_.
cured Dor
.. J TO-BAC from
"your owl dro(r_i.t, whu
1 vouer? loro?. Tat? It with
?111,patiently, penlatently. Ono
.*?_,?1, usuallr cure?; 3 boxei,,! ??,
aar u. te?(l to cure, or we refund money.
r?r Er_*<jfc , t -Icuo. Borir??!, .????? lori.
For OverFiftT Teara
.i> W_il?Tri_d Bbmk_7.?Mr?
?rhing 8ytT.p ha? l-eon uted ;or
- yaan by million? of mothers fox
rrin whilo toothin?, with perfo-t
??ooihee the child, -oftona the Ktmus
, -?_?_, cures wind colic and is the
[j tot Diarrhoea. Il pleasant to the
. .v.o. Sold by Drngjri?t* in 070ry part of the
Tw*mt*r?_ve ts?U ? bottle. Its vulne
I? ?ncaleui .ble. Be ?uro and ask for Mr?. Wlnt
Inv'? 8onhin? Srrap and ?aV? na et'M-t kind.
ft-rr _
"After eitler : t from piles for fifteen year?
? wi;c?" ? y u-l.iK two bo-res of DeWitt a
rlHzel Halve," writ?. W. J. Baxter,
\ rth Rr .k. N.C. It heal? tveryth.ng Be
W?r? of ciuntireitt.
LEri _ROMO-0_I_EBY. Try thla
arirval.. remedy for He*rd-_h??. Neuralr?!*.
|!??-'??_?*??-? 10._?Tl_.
WATCHES ?.ND J^y^RV^^
Buy Diamonds
and Watches
on Credit.
W.? 1 t you make the term?-a di'lar or eo
h vrolt. atle-.t what you want from our
IMMKN-EHTOCa.
R*nroid Watch?21 jewels?onr ?pc_i?lty.
Ou? representative is in Alexandria every
Friday and will ca'l with ?ample-; if you drop
: h imo. All businee? confidential.
TaArg National Jewelry Company,
935 PENNSYLVANIA AVRNDE,
WAHH1NGTON. D C.
Est?blieb ed 1846. _
The (Jook Can't Sleep
AFTER THIS ALARM CLOCK GETS
DOWN TO BU-TNE88.
When getting up time has arrived it signal?
to the cook ai d stops to see if sbe tuns ?ver
lor HBothcr 'noose. If she does, it call? her
?juin, w?its ?while and calls her sgsin. and
keeps it up m til tbo cook must get op or go
ti r.y. It is ?Ifo guaranteed t. wake aoy?
body who I? t.o? past waking. Price if 1.50.
HENRY W. WILD!
106 N. BOYAL STREET.
?
IT ECLIP8E8 ALL.
W. A. SMOOT * CO.'8
nigh Orado
OOALANDWOOD.
Leave your or'ere at
OFFICE, 52T KING STBEET,
We are paying epecial attention to order?
for fxmily use. ? _..
Office and Wharvee, foot of Princesa atreet.
1. ???nhnnes. Boll ?nd Home, 57._
PAI.) ALTO CARNATION PINK re?
ceived today by _____ ._?.??
WABFTKLP A HALS.
M
IK NEW WHITE C-OTTOLINE re
(????today by J.C MILBUBN.
P-OLIBB-Il DAILY AWD TBI-WB-XLT AT
?MMte Bnlldlng. aio * Sia Prlnoe et
TERMS:
Daily. I Tbi-Wkkklt.
1 Year.85 00 t Year.83 00
6 Months. 2 50 ? Months._ 1 60
3 Months. 125 3 Months_ 75
1 Month. 43 1 Month. 26
1 Week. 10
All transient advertisamanl* most bs paid for
in advance.
' on tract advertiser? will not be allowed to ex?
oeed their space unless the exc?s? Is paid foi
it transient ratea and ander no circuii)?
rtanoee will they be allowed to advert?s?
ether than their legitimate basine?? in th?
?pace contracted for.
Marriage and death notion most be paid foi
in advance.
t__--l_tioue in memoriam, of thanks, tribute?
of reepc-tt, -r?solutions adopted by loc?etie?
or persona anisas of "'abile concern, will
only be printed in th pepar as id v.rtie??
menu.
The Ga-STT- offlc* is ?*o_nt*.*ted with the
Telephone Exchangee. Adveitissmenti, or?
ders f. * the paper, news or any information
or business can be sent by telenhona
. bntered at the P?ieto_loe Alexandria, Vl?-rl_?
.as sooond-cla-i matter.]
JEFFRIES BESTS CORBET-.
Thouga Janies J. Cjrbott wae faitly
knocked out in the twe-tj-'hird round
oi tbe heavyweight championship fight
at Coney Island, N. Y., ia*t niftht, und
tier.by failed to wrest the honors from
J rimes J. Jeffries, wbo lauded tbe de?
ciding pinch, tiie tormer champion <!??
montMrated to the crowd of nearly 1(1,
000 spett ?tors that he is tbe most ex?
pel t boxer in the world. He also
proved lhat he is game t) tbe core, and
that if he had met Jeffries when be
whipped Sullivan the present champion
might bave been beaten.
As it wan, Corbett proved t) be a big
??nrprise. Rated by critics all over the
?-?u try ne a hack number snd ngunl
ed ?? such by tbe public, Corbett suc?
ceeded in regaining much of his old
time form by diligent ?raining, aad
when he got itti the ring he wir?
new man to many who had seen bim
li-ht Sharkey Al th. L-nox Club a year
??.ico. ?a point of boxiog skill, general?
ship, blows of every descripion, and
epeed, Corbett, whilo be lasted, made
Jeffrie* look like a lumbering amateur.
But J? ffriea bnd tbe strength to star d
all tbe lapid jab?*) tba: were fired into
his face, even though tat y drew tbe
b od from hi-i Dose acd mouth. Then,
when Corbett began to tire, tbe big
boil rmtker, with trem?-ndom ?___?.,
?voie bim down and finally drop.?*-?!
him with a l.ll-naod punch od the j ??.
Tbe knockout came unexpectedly.
Ic was the result of constant horiog
tactic-. Jtffriiebnd tried for tweoiy
two rounds just Much a blow, but bnd
misa? d bis man t me and time agaiu,
oat with bulldog tenacity and perse
veranee tiie cbamplOD finally succeeded,
.nd wben Corbett got this blow be was
.?ic to bleep beyond any question of
doubt. It was tbe old story of a ma?.?
uiticent boxer meetiog a ruggtd, itiiit
cular heavy h t*er, capable ot tiking all
Kinds of punishments in order to get iu
a decisive smash.
Corbetl showed one weakness. Tbat
was inability to bit with tbe power of
Fit-Simmons and Sharks**. He gotto
Jetlries ottener and better than either
ol these pugiliste did, but his blows, be?
yond bruising the champion's eyes,
nose aod moutb, did not beat bim
flown.
Tfiere was just one point in the fight
where Corbett came near winning. Tba?
waa in tbe ninth round, when, witb a
grand rally of swinge, he caught Je fi"? ?es
an the jaw and actually bad ibe big man
-daggering. But Jeffries recovered so
quickly from the force of tbe blow that
when the round ended Corbett had to
begin all over again.
In tbe nineteenth round Jeffries, who
wae ru-bing harder and faster in evert
round, scored a knockdown. Tbat wa??
the beginning of the end, (or io tn<
twentietb Corbett, witb the :dea of stay?
ing the limit, ran ho much around tb??
ring tbat for the Brat time einoe the men
put up tbeir hands, he was biased. Jef?
fries was sent out to eet'-le the job in
tbe twenty-first and twenty-?leconti
rounds, but Corbett's ability to keep
away made it impossible to accomplish
that feat; but in the twenty-third J I
fries did tho trick and r. tai ? ed th.
championship. Had tbe bout gone the
limit tbe decision could have been ?
draw witb fairnot-s to both men.
Fight ent.usi-sts bega, ti arrive al
the Inland in twos and threes early in
the afternoon. All of the aborting n
r-ott?? wero opened to receive tbem, as
well as every other dollar-making con?
cern which will do bueinee. during tbe
coming summer.
Former Champion Bob Fitz-imroons
was among the early arrivali?. He seid
that he expected the former champio-t
to defeat the boilermaker. William A.
Brsdy, manager of Jeffrie??, first said
JefiriPB would win in four round-?, and
later said one round wonld be sufficient.
The hig 6?ht*T8 got to tbe inland early
in tbe day. Both exprewied themselves
as confident es to the outcome.
Tbe crowd began to pour into the
arena as soon as tbe doors were opened
ut 7 o'clock, but the real hot sport?* did
not begin to come in notil rather late.
There was not much betting when
the crowd began to fill up tbe house.
Even money on Corbett staying fifteen
rounds was thought to be a good bet
either way, buta number of speculators
and bookmakers were not willing to
extend tbe time limit over 12 rounds.
There were 6,000 people to the build?
ing to witness the fight.
Prevented a Tr.aj.edy.
Timely information given Mrs. Qeo.
Long, of New Strait?ville, Ohio, pre?
vented a dreadful tragedy and saved
two lives. A frightful cough had long
kept her awake every night. She had
tried many remedies and doctors, but
steadily grew worse until urged to try
Dr. King . New Deoovery. One bot?
tle wholly cured her, and she writes
this marvelous medioioe r-urod Mr.
Long of a severe attack cf Pneumonia.
Such cures ate poistive proof of the
matchless merit of this grand remedy
for curing allthroa', chest and lung
ttoublfs. Only ?50 cents and $1.00.
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottine
free at E. .. Leadbeater & \ Sods'
Drug Store.
"DeWitt's Little Early B'seia ?re the finest
pills I ever use! ' ? O. J. Moore, Milbrook,
Ala. They quickly cure __ liver and bowel
trouble?.
DRY OOODS. _I _ DRY GOODS.
KING'S PALACE
DEP .??????? STORK?"",
Noe. 812-14?? event h and 715
Market .? papo,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
We propose to test the merits of the
Alexandria Gazette
As an advertising medium, and at the same time to cement
the friendship already existing between ourselves
and the residents of Alexandria.
tata^atatatatata^atata?atata?a?atata?,ata?ata*?atatata
* THIS COUPON AND $7 ?
?t*
Will buy, v>hile they last, your choice o? $15. $18 and ^
$20 Suits of Cheviot Serges, Venetians, Broadcloths, ?*?}
Homespuns, Covert and other expensive fabrics, in J
black and all the leading spring shades, embracing ca- J
det, garnet, royal, castor, mode, grays, tans, blues, etc, k
in plain and the most elaborate appliqued, with taffeta ?v
silk braid, with all styles of jackets?single and double ^
breasted Fton, tight-fitting, double-breasted box, fly ^
front and reefer silk lined jacket??some all silk?lined? S
with new pleat back skiits Handsomer suits cannot 2
be made than these, even by the swellest tailors, and k.
instead of $15, $i?S and .$20, they go during this sale, -^
with presentation of this coupon, at $7. ^
VATATAYATAVATATATATATATATATATAYArAYATATATATATAYATAYA
TATATATATAT?rATATATAVATATATAVATATATAVATATATATATAVATA
THIS COUPON AND $3.50
Will buy any ol our beautiful hat creations which seil
regularly from $6 to ?$8. We have them in imported
straw braid, malines, etc., in black and colors?the very
latest styles from the hands of our own designers,
There is not a hat in the lot that can be bought else?
where at less than $6 to $8.
???????????????????'????'???????????????????????????^?
KING'S PALACE -?^G^
Non. -12-14 ?"cvontli snd 71.1?
Market Space,
Wh- limi:*??"- ??? O.
FURNITURE.
The Furniture House.
BEFKIGERATOR8 AND ?? CHEST*??
The line we carry i? tbe beet made. Tho?
roughly ?elected lumber i? used, fuliy tiuir
inteed. Nursery Kef ri ? rit.ri for tbe ?lek
loom. Ira Chcht* is low ?? $3.
CABBItG-, AND GO-CARTS-fll for a
beautiful fall-roll carriage, looso cordur y
? milione, robber-tire wheels, silk parseol.
Go-Catts as low as $3.
A few short lon.t'-i? of Carpet st verr low
pnces.
31. Ruben OfSom.
601 KING 8TBFET
QUESTION ANSWERED.
Yes, August Flower still baa the
largest -?ale of any medic?nelo the civi?
lized world. Your mothers and grand
mothers never thought of using any?
thing else for Indigestion or Biliout?
neee?. Doctors were scarce, and they
seldom heard of Appendicite, Nervous
Prostration or Heart failure, etc. They
used August Flower to clean out tbe
system and stop fermentation of undi?
gested food, regulate tbe action of tbe
liver, hum?llale tbe nervous and organic
action of the system, and that is all
tbey took when feeling dull and bad
with headaches and other aches. You
only need a few doses of Green's
August Flower, In liquid form, to make
you satisfied there is nothing serious
the matter with you. For sale by
Ernest L. Allen, Claud M. Lennon,
Warfield & Hall, Charles Q. Lennon,
W. F. Creighton A Co., and Richard
Gibson.
?? Ancient Belief.
The ancients believed that rheuma
t sm was tbe work of a demon within a
man. Any one wbo has had an attack
of ?-??tic or iufitmatory rheumatism ?vili
agree that the infliction Is demoniac
enough to warrant the belief. It has
never been claimed tbat Chamberlain's
I'm ? Balm would oast out demons, but
it will cure rheumatism, and hundreds
bear testimony to tbe truth of this
statement. Ono application relieves the
pain, and tbis quick relief which it
affords is alone worth many times its
cost. For sale hy all druggists.
J Q. Hood, Justice of the Peace, Crosby,
Mis?.? aatkes the following statement: "lean
certify that One Minute rough Cure will de
ail thtt ia olaimed for it. My wife conld not
get her breath and tbe fir.t dot? of it re?
lieved her It his ?!?o heoefi.ted my whole
f*_r<ly?" It ?ct* immedittely and eure*
coughs, cold?, croo o, guppe, bronchiti?, ?-th?
ou? and all throat and lung trouble?.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A S3 SHOE
FOR
80 CENTS
We cannot ?ell; but we do sell the BEST
SHOE, that cun posd.ly bo put on the mar?
ket for the money.
If yon w?tit aomethirg dead ?well we can
give it to you. If you want something e??y
we have it. If you w?nt something no other
merchant in town ha? got come to ae for it
Ladies, eoe our High Boot? for ahoit skirts.
Bo? our line of Oxforia. Priea 7r>c to $3.
French Heel Evening .Upper?, kid and
patent leather.
Gentlemen, aea our line of Hesa fine Shoe?
at $3.60,14 ?nd $5.
Patent Leather Oxford? $3, $3.60, $4 and
$5.
We ?till h?ve aome Clothing left which we
will sell below manufacturera* coat to close.
J.A, Marshall &.Bro.,
Leading Up-to date Shoe
Dealers,
422 King street.
_FORNITURE^_
THE UP-TO-DATE
Fu rniture House,
812 KIN?? BHHBSI.
OUR STOCK OF
Bedroom Suites and
Sideboards
I? the largest ever put on sale in this city,
?nd while the quality is high the price is low.
Our line comprise? all cl-atee of Fut liture,
?????08,
BABY CARRIAGES end GO-CAB.8
A SPECIALTY.
T. A. Groves,
apl7 In 812 KINO STBEET.
CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS, AC.
SPMG
CLOTHING
FOR MEN k BOYS,
In all the latest styles and most
reasonable prices.
Spring Samples
For custom work now ready.
All goods marked in plain
figures,
R. Lee Field,
One-Price Clothier and Furnisher,
Mo. 304 Kiug street.
~ D'RYG?OD&T_
NEW GOODS.
DIMITIES ind LAWNS, handsome line, at
from 5 to l.Jc per yard.
PIQUES, in white? ?nd coW?, 10c, 12?c
15c to 250 per yard, the old price??.
<H-C1- aod STRIPED M?HLIN8 at 5c,
61c, 8, lOcandl'-ic.
INDIA LINEN8, in 40-inch and r.gular
width?).
MADRAS, PE-CALE8, ZEPHYR, GING
HAM8 and BATES'8 8EERS?CKRR8 for
WAISTS.
BEM ?ANT8? Checked and Striped Dim'
ty; Tace Ptiiped Lawns, <_c.,--?t .?c, 8c ind
10,??20 per cent, below regular prices.
Full line of modiom snd summer weight
UNDERWEAR.
MOSiE'.y ?G all kinds and at all prices
Handsome line of NECKWEAR.
SHIBT8, all kinds snd styles.
0 1LLAR8 md ?UFF8 in the litest shapes.
Fail line of U-BBELLAS.
FOLL PROTECTION ON PRICE*?.
A.C.Slaymaker,
42? KINO 8TRKFT
PROFESIONAL.
DR. FAWCETT
Has Just Obtained a Preparation Knowu u
EULOTIS.
It ia a local ans&sthetic need for extracting
teeth, ?b-olutely without ptin. It ie trien?
tifl<_?lly prepared by one of the beat chemist?
in New York city ; heal? th? gum? after the
teeth ?re extracted, ?nd Is entirely harmless,
617 Prince .tract, Alexandria, V?.
???? ly_
THE EVE
Is Such a Delicate Organ
That it should be treated only by the skillful
?those wbo make it ? specialty.
Let us exemine your eye?.
No charge for examination and .advice.
We furnish
?pectacles and Eyeglasses of all Kinds
AT LOWEST PBICE8.
W. E. DIENELT.
OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN.
Office snd residence 108 south Waahingtoa
?treet.
_ B?ILDING^^MAL._
?????t o co.
(8u(*oBSBoi. to J. Rector Smoot A Oo?)
ma FLOORING A PLAMING MILL
M_nu_.ctar.rt ef
? -.?_ AND WINDOW FRAMES, MOULD
ING-, ?ko.
DKALEBS IN LUMBER, SHINGLES,
LATHS, NAILS, LIME, _
CALCINED PLA8TEB and C_M_*N_1
No. -5 north Union street,
Alexandria, Va
? r ,?-?1'?*'?t?*-? fra? in th. city.
[ESTABLISHED 1822.]
Henry ?. Field & Co.,
8atx-4Meors|to
J08IAH H. D. SMOOT
Lumber and Mill Work
OF ALL KINDS.
Office snd Yard 115 N. Union street.
Factory No. 113 N. Lee etreet.
__rM?terial Delivered FREE in the city
ry)LK MILLER'S
X ITALIAN rN8ECT POWDER,
A fresh supply today at
WA-FIELD A HALL'S,
Corner Prince and Fairfax street..
CIHOICE EVAPORATED APPLES. 8e per
7 lb- at W. P. WOOLLS A SON'S.
??
E LOT GATOS PRUNES for sale bv
J, a MILBURN
_Jl>RY GOOD1?._ I _DRY^ClODe.
m M BB?S..
ONE PRICE ONLY.
(Successors to J. K. Chapman)
NOS. 424-426 KING STREET.
LADIES' WHITE WAISTS.
Wo are showing a very etylnh line of Ladiei' White Shirt W-iat?, snd aa oar order for
waist? were pliced before advance in price.?, we aie enabled t> aed them at the regular
old ilice*, as fo lows:
50?
65?
75?
89??
89??
98*
98'
Ladiee" White Waists, sheer linen lace yoking bick and front.__ F X ?*_t *7
Ladies' White Waist?, best quality, all lare front and lace yoking in b?ck___ f X ? _/ ?
Black Lawn Shirt Waists.
Ladies' Black Lawn Waists, iaundered cellars aud coffa with lace yoke back ??Q.V
?nd front. .?_..-. .?__._ O ?7 *?
Ladiee' White Lawn Shirt W?i*ts, trimmed with inf-ertiorj._.
Ladies' Whi.e Lawn Shirt Waiati, two rows Hamburg inaertion.
Ladies' Whlto Waists, lace yoking back ?nd front,-. ..,
Ladies' White Waists, neatly trimmed, laundered collar? and cuffi.
Ladiee' White Waists, elegant quality lawn, 21 tucks in front..............
Ladies' White Waists, mudo of elegant India liuen, tack back aud front
Ladies' White Waists, very pretty, four rows inaertion
Ladies Bla. k Lawn Waists, made of p'ain India Linen, laundtred collars and __ On
cuff?._.?._| Oi_fU
Lad lea' Black La wi Waists, extr* fine quality Lawn, with four rows i.aer- f"! ? Q
tion.......__,
Puffing.
We h*ve received at-veral pieces of ve.y pretiy ?od Ann quality Organdie
Pufficg, use?! for Waists Yoking and for t'hirt Waista, IflJQ AND Ss _ _1Q Y'\
ibe quality ?? unusual for the price._?___. I I? f A ?*__ _7
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Io our private Musiin Underwear Di?p?rtmeut will be found a ?omphte stock of overy
thing uecoAsary for tbe -uni mer ?um fort in tbis lin ?. We quoto a few price
G0WNH-4.C, 69e, 65r, 75c. 89c 98o ?ui ?1 _5 Es? h
D AWE_S-25c, 36c, 4?r>c. 49??, ?d?? ?nd 89c Each.
-K1BTS?49-, 69c. 76c, 79-, 89c 98). $1 89 ?ud $2.98 Each.
COBS ET O. )V KB??25c, 35c. 49-, 59c snd ?-9c Each.
CHEMISE?25c, 35c and 50c __?_,
Special Bargain.
Two very flue qua'i-.y Pluck Silk Ciepou Drees Skirt?,
REDUCED FBOM.$7.98 T0 $5.49 *A0H
Notion Department.
Ladiee' Black Hoee.?.JL' ? C Ladies' F?i oy Nock Ti??.----*,-_.?-? O '
1 2'20? i L?1-'??' Vf?Ocr Neck Tie?...--.? 0G*
O K C. Ledles' Fancy Neck Tie-...,_....-.-.. ?t/C'
L-die?* Black H- se.
Ladies'Blsck ????
-, . BLACK BIBB )N VELVET.
,10 a
Chi'dten'* Host-,
Children's Ho,._.1? f W **}__C UP.
-t i . ; By the ? ere. ? . ., , mtT?
By the y?
Va'er(iei
Infants'Half Hose, tin, Utek,a_d*| Qlp I Oi |C
white.-...._ JL __i 2 ' Valenciennes Lece by the piioe....,..__"
1 O *p ay iao p ?"?.*".-. X
_JL__2?'?, .-Co UP.
, ?. -, By the y tri ............?.. _.*-?
2 m* _y ine y -tro. *_*
? ?* ? ? ? t ? .?? -?--. 1 ?fi0?
Va ?''(leimte Lace by the piece..-.. X *_F
Valeticiennes Lace by the pitee.,
*>>__r ' OKc,
Ladies I Uck -ilk Gloves. <t_. ?r. * V-ionciennes Lace by th pie e.__ -Ut
Ladies' Black Silk Olives.?.IVJ'0? j Valenciennes Lece by the piece......i? * W3,
Ladies' Black Silk Gloves. 4 kj " Valenciennee Lace by th? piece......O ?
Ltdieb' Fancy Nick Ties.JL\/ ' , Valeuciennee lace by tbe pi <?......._?-_?' '
Ladiee* Fancy Nm k Ties._.. X. t7U Valenciennee Lare by tbe pti ?..._.. ? ? ''
Washington Stores 1810-2808 14th et.
MEBCHANT TAILOR??. DDHHEB BEiOBTA
WM. ?. MURKAY,
mnrniimm
NO. 517 KING STREET,
Alexandria, Va.
Informs his friends that he is prepared to
farnith
f-UITSINTHE ?.???8G STYLES
At very reasonable prices.
He guarantee? satisfaction in every particu?
lar, and requests ? call and inspection ot
dam plea ni_5 3m
LEGAL NOTICE-,
TO ALL WHOM ?G MAY COWOS-UL?
This i? to tertify tbat Certifi ato No.
1576 tot 100 Shares of tbo Ccmnon Stock
of the Richmond. Fri-dericksburg and Poto?
mac Railroad Company, standing in tre n?mos
of Randolph Hairison McK in?, Charlee Mei??
Bobinson and Moncure Robinson, ir., truste??,
as declared in a deed of June 1,1876, and
dated Jane 2,1878, ha? b? en lost, aod that
application basbeeo made for ? renowal of the
same.
RANDOLPH HARRISON McKIM,
CHARLE? MEI'-JS ROBINSON.
BEVERLY R. ROBINSON,
8ub*tituted trustee In place of M.
Bobinson, ji, detf?.
ap21 l?w8w_Trustees.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE-Having
qniiifled a? executor of the estate of tbe
late WILLIAM T. SMITH, notice is hereby
given to all partiee having claims sgiinit the
said estate to present them, properly authen?
ticated, and ail penons indebted to tbe said
estate are requested to make prompt pay?
ment at once. WM. H. SMITH,
?pl7 Im Administrator
UEX??D?aJ?lNST??NCE To,
(BEGAN B.8INK8B IN 1871.)
CAPITAL PAID UP IN CASH S57.000.
Fire, Marine and Plate Glass Insurance
Losses Promptly and Satisfactorily
Adjusted
J. CLINTON SMOOT (of C. C. Sm-ot A Sons
Co. ), President.
LAURENCE STABLER, Secretary.
Directors:?George 8. French, (Sec. Alex.
Fort A Chem. Co.) ; Worth Hul?sh, (of J. F.
Oarlin'i Son? Co., hardware) ; J T. Burke, (of
Burke A Herbert, banker) ; M. B. Harlow,
(City Treasurer) ; 8am!. H. Lonfc, (Beai Es?
tate) ; Wm. H. Hellmuth (Hellmuth Broa).
Office :?No 102 south Fairfax street.
CARTER &"HOWARD
HAVE RECEIVED A LOT
OF THE
Lightning Ice (ream Freezers,
end cat. make yoa special prices on these
Freesers a? we entered oar oidor for tbem
'?Mt December before the idvince in metal
goods The Lightning will trceie your creim
bird in eight minute? ind we refer you to
any one using the Lightning a? to tbe quilitv
ofthefree_Br. A book of recipe? wiU each
freeaer. Try it on?? and you will never be
content with soy other mike
Carter <fc Howard,
ARM KINO PTB-IT
CANNED IRRSTER, freeh, Just received
by_J aMlLBDRN
BBBH GRAHAM FLOUR revived t.
4a* by JO. MILBURN
F
Atlantic City,
NEW .li:KSK.V
HOTEL RICHMOND,
KENTUCKY AVENUF.
FOUR D0?R8 FROM 8EA.
A comf.rt-l.l?, well ippointed bote', with
excellent caiein??, electric ?I .?tor Ac.
M H. MAGUS, Prop.
CHAS. H. l'KAhE, Mmiger.
my 104m
_ EDUCATIONAL._
UMVKB-ITY OP VIRGINIA.
Free to Virginians
In The Academic fcihtxils.
Letters, i-clence, Law, Medicine
Engineering,
Session B??iins 15th H r. ? km 11 ? ?.
For Cata'ogue?), a? I dress P. B. Hakkiiciik,
?hilrmi", Chirlot?e?ville Va my3 t2 ?tb
IS WHAT EVERY
HOUSEWIFE WANTS
when ?he purchase? flour for ber bread, tike.
or pastry. Sbe can never mak- ? ? ? mieta ke
when choosing ?"'?Pride" flour, m -de bv tbe
most improved pnce 1 from tbe ciioioeit Vir?
ginie wheat, ?uch ae ie minaficturtd at tbe
"Globe Mill?." Our flour is unmrpaesed for
qu-lity. flavor ind strenftb.
JNO. W. EMMERT A CO,
Union (treet.
Phone??Bell 29; Home 148.
Fine Crackers and Cakes
?)ur patented air-tight and dust-proof pick*
?go is the modem method?neat, t-ieioly,
preserving the oiiginal excellence of the
g<x.d-, a hygenic precautioa of great nuport
?nre to the consumer. Now miy, iud on
?ile it the stores in convenient ? ?led pick
?gee suitable for the home table in liincneon.
Very bandy for picnics, excuni ? -, and for
similar ocseions Uneeda Bleealt, *vxli "*_m??
ily, Soda Phoenix, Sn?pe Pb .nix Soape
Phoenix, Soaps American Beauty. Butter
Phoenix, Buttar S. ?, Graham Wafer?, Bin
quet Wafer?. Champagne, Veronese, Wrl?h
-iiebit. Uneeda Jinjer Wifer, English Cr.im
Crown Jewels 'crisp milk), Aalmale (Hnl's
original), Loach Toast. Traveler? Lunch, ?Mut?
ter Thin, Cracker Meal, -iematck, Bam ma,
Water T_in. GEO. R. HILL BAKERY.

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