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VOL. CL?NO. 113.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1900.
PRICE 2 CTS.
MEDICINAL.
They sre only bubbles, those maiden
ts oi love, marriage and mother
Bui whavl beautiful bubbles they
| Who doe? not wish that all thstm
fancies could end as did the old fairy
".rid they lived happy ever
after." Pain soon pricks
ihe bubbles, and nothing
remains of all the hope
and gladness of the bride
but a bridal veil and a
piece of atale wedding
.,, cake.
The only way in which happiness can
be realized in marriage is by being fore?
against it? danger?. Most young
a. ?men are ignorant of the fact that irreg
. neans a derangement of the wom?
anly functions which may -???
have let reaching conss
q.r.ices after marriage.
hit derangement at
the start there often fol?
low the drains, ulc?ra?
tions and inflammations
which make life *ne long misery.
A certain cure for irregularity and
othar diseases oeouliar to women is found
in Dr. Pierce'? Favorite Prescription.
It contains no alcohol neither opium,
/?.vaine nor other narcotic.
"I was ao weak I did not
have breath to walk aero?* my
room," writes Miss Islbell
Miller, of New Provldeace,
? Calloway Co., Ky. " My pe?
riods oecnrred too often .nel
m the hsmorrh.f? would be pro
:'y loaned and tne loss of blood
?rerv eae^asive. I also had
apelle which the doctor said
fainting fita My stomach would cramp
Tinti! 1 could not straighten. ? did not r?ain
jth from (
jttTY weak
atrentfth from one monthly period to another;
': and nervous a?l the time. The
A <;or (old me he did not know what wn* th.
? my trouble and that I would never be
stter, I lived in this way from sixteen
'. :o twenty-three, when the doctor dia
my caie. After this I was
? a kind friend to try Dr.
! Pavorite Prescription,
: '.? : ani before I had taken
ea of it I could work all dsy.
all six bottles of the ' Fa
? :lou ' and about five
?r. I'icrce's Pellets. I u?ed
if I have never
tar. of this trouble sin?."
s Pleasant Pellets clear the
otiofl and SAveeten the breath.
?hpther t?p enntlnne th*_
nabit.?ie?Te*.r**" -^
for totaaece. wttaa
?,. r?, u? liMre?? eipeUnicev,
.od.
?old. ?O0.000
easescu run bur
?^-TO-BACrrcm
your own aruggiit. wbo
...vouchforo*. Take it.itb
'III,patiently, pertUtently C>no !
>?,?1, uaa.lly cure*; 3 boxe*.(IH,
nte-eiHocnre, or we refund money. |
( ? . Ckltar*. la at real, Raw I.rk.
Kor Over Fifty Tears
??? WKLL-TaiKD ?2M?D7.? Mi
.-.-^thing 8yryb has been used fai
; ars hy mi tuoni of mother* fu1
I Iren while :c4.'.a\up, wit'.i foefsel
aoiaai the child, le^enr. the gums,
i. ''iirt? wind colic, and is the
ben lsmee'.y for Diarrhoea. I? pleasant to the
t^te. bold bv Drug : ist* in every part of the
? ' Af>,nty-nve cents a bottle. Its valu?
?? sure and ask for Mr?. Win?
Is* ? -vMthinx HTrup and tak? n? ether kind.
'wlV ?4*w\tt
"A'ter ?offer t g from piles for fifteen years
irerl t.y u?ing two boxes of DeWitl's
Bassi *alve," writes W. J. Baiter.
r ok, N. C. It heal? everything. Bo
'Qiitor'eits.
? .NOLI)'? BROMO-CELEBY. Try thia
?BJSdy for Headache?. Neuralgia,
|l? - .latnaai 1 O (Writ?.
WA I CHES AND J^VELRY^^
Buy Diamonds
and Watches
on Credit.
W l ye>i nuke the termi- a do'lar or so
slon what you want from out
IMMENSE STOOt .
K? ;ro d Wat h?21 jewels?onr spe>cl-lty
presentstiv? is in Alexandria every
Friday and ?il ca i with f-atnples if you drop
All ?".illness con?denti?!.
Castelberg National Jewelry Company,
935 F'^NHYLVANIA AVENDF,
WASHINGTON, D C.
Kstsblished 184?.
The Cook Can't Sleep
ArTEBTHI? ALABM CLOCK GET8
DOWN TO BUrINE88.
When getting up time has arrived it sign?!? j
?ok and stops to sete if ihe tame e ver
lor iirothcr ^?????. If she does, it e-slls her
wnt8 awhi'e snd calls her agnin. and
up tirtil iho cook must get up or go
< ? ?? Jt is aUo guaranteed t<> wake any
be dv who ia r.ot pest waking. Price $1.50.
HENRY W. WIL?T
106 ? BOYAL BTBEET.
w.
G? ECLIPSER ALL.
A. SMOOT A CO.'8
^^^^^H High Grade
COAL AND WOOD.
Leave your order? ?t
OFFICE, 529 KING 8TREET,
We ?re paying special attention to orders
for family use.
Otti.-e ?nd Wharves, foot of Princess etreet.
Telephones. Boll ?nd Home, 57._
INO. P. BOBIN80N, GEO. 8. FRENCH
President
Secretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer
and Chemical
Company,
MANUFACnnUERS OF
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and
Blue Windsor Ground Plaster,
'KINCE88 STllEET, BETWEEN UNION
AND LEE,
__4 AIE?ANDB1A, VA.
^Irxaudria *f*?*1_*;.
PUBLISH?!) DAILY AKD TBI-WBBBLY AX
Gas?ete Bull dine, ??? * Sia Prince at
TERMS:
Daily. I Tbi-Wbbkly.
Year.$3 OO
6 Months.- 1 60
3 Months_ 76
1 Month. 26
1 Year.$5 00
6 Months. 2 50
3 Months. 1 25
1 Month. 43
1 Week. 10
AU transient ?dvaituHomanr? most ba paid foi
in advance.
? en tract advertisers will not be aHoved to ex?
ceed their ?pace anlese the exoesc ia paid foi
at transient rate?, and under no cirenm
ttanooswiil they be allowed to advertise
ether than their l?gitim?t? basin?*? in tb?
?pace contracted tor.
Marriage and death notice? most ba paid foi
in advance.
?_olut?on? in memoriam, of thanks, tribute?
of respect, r?solu tione adopted by societies
or person?, onlesi of '.abile concern, will
only be printed in th papar ai advert?? ??
menta.
The G-J-CTTS offio* ia connected with iti?
Telephone Exchangee. Ad veitisament?, or?
ders f.- the paper, news or any infoimatio
ot basine?? can be sent by telenhon?.
? Entered at the Poatoffloe Alexandria, Virgin?
ia _e eecond-elftes matter.l
High ?ocibty in Divohces ? Tbe
divorce docket of ihe Newport, R. I.,
Supreme Court was it-sued Saturday.
It contains the petitions o? James Brow u
Potter against Cora UrqubaitPotter, of
Jennie L. Preston against Rev. Charlee
?. Presi?n, Emma Guidet Duryea
against Gut-tavus Abel Duryea and
Florence Livingston against Robert A.
Livingston. Potter, Duryea and Liv?
ingston are all of New York, wbo have
resided in Rhode Island just long
enough to gaio a residence under tbe
one-year clause. Tbere will be no oon
tes-K
Tne petition of Jennie L. Preston re -
dill? the sud leo disappeaiance of ber
husband, Rev. Charles E. Preston, who
was supposed to bave committed suicide J
b] jumping from the steamer Puritao.
He was afterward found at Troy, N.
Y , living with a young woman school
teacher.
Mrs. Duryea is a society woman ot
the Hempstend set aud has been quietly
living in Newport with ber mother for
about eighteen montas. Her plea is
le-se-rtiou.
Mrs. Florence Livingston is tbe wife
ol Robert A. Livingston, a wealthy law?
yer io New York, wbo is a member of
tbe distinguished Livingeton family.
Tramp Hogs Clbo Dk Merode.?
Ceo de Merode, the dancer, was kis.-jeo
publicly ??. the Boulevard Capucin: in
Parie Saturday by a ragged laborer
uamed Gaspardin.
Cleo was walking with a young club?
man. Suddenly ?aspardio, who wa?
?.-.rning from the opposite direotion stop?
ped, exclaiming: "Ah ! bere is my be?
loved !"
Then lie ecizad Cleo'?* wai-t and drew
?j- against him. (Jleo'e companion be
a ? caning her ae-iailaut, but Gaspardin
- noe* ed iiiru down.
Before tbe assembled paeeere-by knew
vbat i: was all -baut, the dirty mur-cu
lai fallow bad again enfolded tbe frail
dancer ai d waa kissing her lipa repeat?
ily, despite bere Horte to avoid him.
Several men pounced upon tbe mad
nan and turned him over to tbe police.
Before tbe magistrate the culptit ex?
pressed do repentance. He said be bad
tallen in love with Cleo a year ago,
-voeu he saw her on the stage. Ever
inet? he had worshiped her photograph.
When sent to jail Gaspardin said:
'What crime am I guilty ol? Am I net
handsomer, stronger and more it teili
?ent than the fellow she was with?"
-_
Battle of Great Bridge.?Tbe ri< -
sign for a massive fciii beau.iful tabi, t
of bronzo to mark tbe scene of tbe Ant
patriotic victory of the American Revo?
lution has been received at Norfolk, Va
The tablet le to be erected ou a large
ooulder, at Great Bridge, io Norfolk
county, around which the battle of that
name raged most fiercely. Tbe bistoi i ?
spot is to be marked by tbe Daughters
of American Revolution and tbe cere?
mony of unveiling will be under tbe
auspices of Great Bridge Chapter of thm
city. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Page, State
regent of the Daughters, has acce pi < d
the deeigb and the tablet will be ready
for eroi tion prior to June 6 when it If
to be uoveiled. Geialer, tne New York
bronze founder, is casting tbe tablet,
which will bear tbis inscription: "Tn:>
-t -ne marks tbe site of tbr? battle ol
Groat Bridge, December 9,1775, er ?oled
by tbe Daughters of tbe Ameiioao Rev?
olution, Norfolk, Va, 1900
Will Leave Canada fob Good.?
The withdrawal of impeiial troops from
Canada will be completed tbis summer,
it is eetui-officially stated, and Genetal
Lori William Seymour, tho present
commander-in-cbief in British Nortb
America, will he the lat-t incumbent
from abroad. Wueu Lord Seymour
leaves Halifax in June with his family
for Great Britain, be will Dot returo.
The general offic r commanding the
Canadian militia, wbo has hitherto re?
sided at Ouowa, will make his resi?
dence at Halifax. The official resi?
dence iu tbat city, which the imperial
government has maintained for tbe
Commander-in-chief, will be closed af?
ter 250 years' continuous occupation.
The Duke of Kent, Queen Victoria's
father, was at one time ite occupant.
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely information given Mrs. Geo.
Long, of New Strait->ville, Ohio, pre
vented a dreadful tragedy aod saved
two lives. A frightful cough bad long
kept ber awake every oight. She bad
tried many remedies and doctore, but
steadily grew worse until urged to try
Dr. King's New Discovery. One bot?
tle wholly cured ber, aod sbe writes
this marvelous medicine cured Mr.
Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia.
Su oh cures are poietive proof of the
matohiees merit of this grand remedy
for curing ail throat, chest aod lung
troubles. Ooly 50 ceDta aud $1.00.
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottle?
free at E. _. Leadbeater & Sons'
Drug Store.
"I bad stomach trouble for twenty years
?nd gave up hone of being cared till I began
to u c Kodol Dytpepsi? Care. It h?s done
me so mach good I call it tbe savior of my
hie" writes W. R. Wilkir md, Albany, Tenn.
It digests what yoa ?at.
DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS.
KING'S PALACE
DEPARTMENT STORES,
Nos. Hl-j-l l -e-ve-nt h and 715
Market frpace,
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.
S THIS COUPON AND $7
rk Will buy, while they last, your choice o? $15, $18 and
?4 $20 Suits of Cheviot Serges, Venetians, Broadcloths,
J| 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.,
J in plain and the most elaborate appliqued, with taffeta
tfc silk braid, with all styles of jackets?single and double
I breasted Eton, tight-fitting, double-breasted box, fly
1 front and reefer silk lined jackets?some all silk-lined?
J with new pleat back skirts Handsomer suits cannot
3 br made than these, even by the swellest tailors, and
k instead o? $15, $18 and $20, they go during this sale,
^ with presentation of this coupon, at $?.
?a?a???a?a?a?a?a???a?a?a?a???a????a?a?a?a???a?a???a?,
I THIS COUPON AND $.3.50
k Will buy any ot our beautiful hat creations which sell
^ regularly from $6 to $8. We have them in imported
^| straw braid, malines, etc., in black and colors?the very
J latest styles from the hands of our own designers.
J There is not a hat in the lot that can be bought else
? where at less than $6 to $8.
?atatatatatatata?a?ata?a?atatatata?a?atatatatatatat^
KING'S PALACE
Nos. 812-14 seventh and
Marker Dp ?<?< ,
Wash i listelli, I?. O.
FURNITURE.
The Furniture House.
KEF?tIQEBATf'K9 AND ICE CHE3T8
The Udo wo carry ?? tho beut made. Tho?
roughly ?olcc?oel lamber ii used, tally ga?r
anteod. Nursery Refrie/e r ite re for the sick
room. Ice Cbet-ti as low ?' $3.
CABBUGKd AND(40-CiRTS-|ll for a
Kiint?ful fall-roll carriage, loose corduny
cuibiona, robber-tire wheels, eilk paraseli.
(Jo Carts a? low*??? $3.
A tow short lor??, t M of Carpet nt very loa
? ice?.
M.Ruben f Sons*
?01 KINO STBEET
DOEd IT PAY ?? BUY CHEAP?
A cheap remedy for coughs and cold?
is all right, but you want sometbirg
that will relieve and cure tbe more se?
vere and dangerous results of thront
?end lung troubles. Wbat shall you do?
Go to a warmer and more regular
climate? Yes, if poswble; if not possi?
ble for you, then in either case take the
ONLY remedy that has been introduced
in all civilizad countries witb success in
severe tbroat and lung troubles, "Bi ?
chee's Uerman c?yrup." It not only
heals and stimulates the tissues to de?
stroy the o,erm riiseane, but allays in?
flammation, cause* easy expectoration.
nive* a good night's rest, and cures tbe
patient. Try ?.? ? bottle. Recom?
mended many years ago by all
druggists in the world. For sale by
Ernest L. Allen, Claud M. Leennon,
Warfield & Hall, Charlee G. Lennon,
W. F.Cretghton A Co., ?nd Richard
Qibeon.
An Ancient B?lier.
The ancients believed tbat rbeuma
tsm wae the work of a demon within a
man. Any one who bas bad an attack
of sciatic or h damatory rheumatism will
agree that ihb ?Action ie demoniac
enough to warrant the belief. It bee
never been claimed that Chamberlain's
Pain Balm would cast ont demons, bat
it will cure rheumatism, and hundreds
bear testimony to tbe truth of tbia
statement. One application relieves tbe
pain, and this quick relief which it
affords is alone worth many times its
cost. For sale by all druggists.
J. Q. Hood, Justice of the Peace, Crosby,
M16?., make? the following statement : "leas
certify that One Minate Lough Care will do
all that is claimed for it. My wife conld not
get her breath and tbe fir.-t does of it re?
lieved ber It haa aleo benefltted my whole
fan) ly." It act* immediately and cares
coughs, colds, crouD, gnppe, bronchitis, astk
aaa and all throat and lang trouble?.
_BOOTH AND SHOE-. _
A $3 SHOE
FOR
80 CENTS
We cannot sell; but we do sell the BEST
SHOES that can possibly be put on the ran ?
ket for the money.
If yoa wer.t eimethirg deed swoll wo can
give it to you, If you w?nt Fomething ea?y
we have it. If yoa want som? thir g no other
merchant in town bas ?ot como to us for il
Ladies, nee our High Bo: ti for ?hoit skirts.
See our lino of Oxfords. Prici 7"cti$3.
French Heel Evening Slipper?, kid ?ml
patent leather.
Gentlemen, see oar line of Hess ?ne Hhoci
at $3.50, $4 and $5.
Patent Leather Oxfords S3, $3.50, $4 and
?5.
We still h?ve some Clothing left which we
will ?ell below manufacturers' cost to close.
? Marshall &Bro.,
Leading Up-to-date Shoe
Dealers,
422 King street.
FURNITURE.
THE UP-TO-DATE
Furniture House,
813 KINO STIIEET.
OUR STOCK OF
Bedroom Suites and
Sideboards
Is the largeat ever pet on tele in this city,
?nd while tbe quality is high the price ie low.
Our line comprises ?11 cl?seos of Fur ?tore.
MATTINGS,
BABY CARRIAGES and GO-CARIS
A SPECIALTY.
T. A. Groves,
api7 In 812 KIRG STREET.
CLOTHING.FURmSHINGSvotc.^
KAUFMANN'S
Great Opening Sale of
Summer Clothing
Hats and
Furnishings
AT PRICES 15% LE88 THAN
OTHER HOUSES.
EVERf DEPARTMENT OFFERING BAR?
GAINS.
STYLES, QUALITY AND WOBKMAN8HIP
IN ALLOTJRAPPABEr.
Men's Clothing.
i-tyifeh N?vy Ferge Suits, $6 to $7.60.
Nobby Checked, Striped and Plaid Suits at
$-.95, $5 sod $7.50.
Genteel Black Wonted ?-'uitvp ciel, $6.95.
Craeh SniU $1.39. Think of it I
PANTS BARGAINS.
Moleekey Pants 49c and 69c.
Nobby line of Ftripes and Checks 98c,
$1,23, $169 and $2.50.
Crash Pants 49c.
Boys' Clothing.
Wash Suits 40:, 79c and 98c.
Fancy Wonted 8uite, mixed, 97c, $1.39
and $2.25.
Bosutiful selection of Knee Pants at 49c?
75o value.
120 pairs Knee Pants for this sale at 14c
? pair.
Crash rants lit*.
8iogle C'cata for boys 39c
Furnishing Qoods
Suspenders for this sale at 5c and 9c.
Socks, black and tan, for this sale, 10c
?*lue, 5c.
Neglige Shirts, special, with yoke neck
bwid 25c.
UNDERWEAB-25C for 39c Bilbriggan.
Jean Otamioote 25c each.
Boys' Sweaters 17c.
Boys' Overalls, sime 3 to 13, 25c.
KAUFMANN,
402 King street,
ALEXANDRIA. VA.
CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS. &C.
SPRING
CLOTHING
FOR MEN & 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,
No. 304 King street
Tl?GAL NOTICES^
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT.CaVHsving
qn ?lified a? executor of the estate of the
late WILLIAM T. SMITH, notice is hereby
given to ?11 parties having claims against tbe
?aid ertale to present them, properly authen?
ticated, and atl persons indebted to tbe said
??state are requested to moke prompt pay?
ment at once?. WM. H. SMITH,
?pl7 lm Administrator.
Fine Crackers and Cakes
Our patented air-tight ?nd duet-proof pack*
age ia the modern method?neat, cleanly,
preserving the original excellence of the
good?, s hygenic precaution of great import?
?nee to the consumer. Now ready, aud on
?ale ?t the stores in convenient sealed pack?
age?, suitable for the home table aod luncheon.
Very handy for picele?, excureione, and for
similar ocasione Uneed? Biscuit, Soda Pam?
ily, Soda Phoenix. 8n?ps Phcenix, Soapa
Phoenix, Snaps Arn trican Beauty, Butter
Phoenix, Butter S. ?, Graham Wafers, Ban?
quet Wafer?. Champagne, Veronese, Wel?h
R?rebit. Dneed? Jinjer Wafer, English Cr?em
Crown Jewel? (crisp milk), Aaineals (Hill's
origins!), Lasch Toast. Tra volere Lunch, But?
ter Thin, Craokar Meal, J-iamarek, Ramon?,
Water Itin. GEO. R. HILL BAKERY.
O OR FINEST EXTRA SMALL CANNED
PEAS ?re cheap at 15c per ean.
J. U MILBURN.
_DRjrQ00p8._j_MYJ30jM)&_
SWAN BEOS;.
ONE PRICE ONLY.
(Successors to J. K. Chapman)
NOS. 424-426 KING STREET.
LADIES5 WHITE WAISTS.
We are showing a very stylish line of Ladiei' White Shirt Waist-, and ai oar order for
waists were pKcod boforo advance in prices, we are enabled to aelI them at ihe regular
old plicas, aa fo lows:
50?
65?
75??
89"?
89?
98??
98?
Ladies' White Waists, sheer linen lace yoking beck and front......... f JL#T:?t/
Ladies' White Waist?, beet quality, all la e fronte id laco yoking in backWMM f AeC/O
Black Lawn S h i rtjWaists.
Ledic-s' Black Lawn Waists, laundered collars and cuffs with lace yoke baek OQp
and front.^.._ 0?/?
Ladies Blaek Lawu 'rVaists, made of plain India Linen, Imuidtrod collare and ??p
cutre._.^.? ?cfu
Ladies' Black Lawi Waists, extra Une quality Lawn, with four rows ineer- (J>"l 1 Q
tion..................... ??~~..~.~?. f??1(7
Puffing.
Ladies' White Lawn Shirt Waist?, trimmed with Insertion.?,
Ladies' Wbiie Lawn Shirt Waist*, two rows Hamburg insertion
Ladies' White Waists, lace yoking back and frout?^.^? .........
Ladies' White Waists, neatly trimmed, laundered collar? and cuff*
Ladies' White Waists, elegant quality lawn, 21 tacks in front......
Ladies' White Waists, made of elegant India linen, tuck back and front.,
Ladles' White Waists, vory pretty, four rows insertion
We hive received several piece*, of ve>y pretty and fine quality Oryandie
Pauk or, used for Waists Yoking and for rlhirt Waists, G? B*r _?n F ? A Q Vl,
the quality ie anusua! for tho price.-_. 4 t>u U f1?*??7 x *
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
In our private -balia Pnderweer Department will bo found s ? cm il? te stock of every?
thing necessary for the ?umraer comfort in tbis lin . We qaote a few prices.
GOWN8-49C, 59c, 65c, 75o. 89c 98c aod $1 25 E?cb.
? :AWERS-25c, 36c, 45c. 49??, 65c and 89c Each.
SKIRTS?49c, 59c. 75c, 79.?. 89c. 98,?, $1 89 and $2.98 Escb.
CORSET COVKBS?25c, 35c, 49c, 59c and 89c Each.
CHEMISE?'25s, 35c and 50c Each.
Special Bargain.
Two very flue quality Slack Silk Crepou Dress Skirt?,
REDUCED FROM.$7.98 T0 $5.49 *"CH
Notion Department.
Ladies' Black Hose.2.0 G
Ladiea* Black H se.1 __.20,
Ladies'Bleck Hose....?? C'
Children's Hose.1( ) ?"
Chi'dren'e Hose.^ ?..?? JL __,20,
Children? Hose.? O C"
Infants' Half Hoeo, tan, bhek, and "| ?\ ln
white.?.?._JL ? -u
Ladies' Plsck fcilk Gloves.??1'?
Ladies'Black Silk Gloves.OU
Ladies' Black 611k Gloves?...IO0
Ladles' Fancy Neck Ties.1()C
Ladies' Fancy Neck Ties. 1 \jC
Ladies' Fat cy Neck Ti-w....?,.__? ?>V"
Ladies* Fancy Neck Ties....?,. ??
Ladies' Fancy Neck Tie"...?.OU0,
BLACK BIBB )N VELVET.
By the p'ece._? 50, ?P*
By the yard.._--_,._............ ti0 ???
Va.'e? ? iennes Lsce by the piec???.... ? O '
Valenciennes Lace by tbe piece.-a**" '
Velenciennes Lsce by the piece..? ?V '
Valenciennes lace by tbe piece.O v"v '
Valenciennes Lace by tb? piece.?J O *
V?lenciennee Lace by the piece.... _C_f
Velenciennes Lace by the piece...... O O '
Waeshingtoii Stores 1810 & 2808 14th est.
___8?MMER RE-?????_
Atlantic City,
NEW JERSEY.
HOTEL RICHMOND,
KENTUCKY AVENUE.
FOUB DO0B8 FBOM T??.
A comfortable, well appointed hotel, with
excellent cuisine?, electric elevator, etc.
M H. MAOEBS, Prop.
CHAS. H. PEASE, Manager,
myH) 4m
EDUCATIONAL.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
Free to Virginians
In The Academic schools.
Letters, Science, Law, Medicine
Engineering
tiKseios Begins 15th ?e?te??ee.
Fot Catalogue?, a'dress P. 11. ?????G????
Chairman, Charlottervill-r Va my.i t2<Hb
MERCHANT TAILOR!?.
WM. ?. MURRAY,
NO. 517 KING STBEET,
Alexandria, Va.
Inform? his friends that he ia prepared le
furnish
f-UlTS IN THE LATEST STYLES
at very reasonable prices.
He guarantees satisfaction ia every partici?
lar, and requesta a call and inspection o
Sam plea mh5 8m
eaLEXANDRlT??S?RANCE CO,
(BEGAN B.CBINK88 IN 1871.)
CAPITAL PAID UP IN CASH $57,000.
Fire, Marine and Plate (Haas Inaurane?.
Losses Promptly and Satisfactorily
Adjusted
J. CLINTON SMOOT (of C. C. 8moot A Sona
Co.), President
LAUBENCE BTABLEB, Secretary.
Director?:?George S. FrencL, (Sec Alex.
Fert A Cheta. Co.) ; Worth Hulfiah, (of J. F.
Carlin'? Sons Co? hardware) ; J T. Burke, (of
Burke A Herbert, banker) ; M. B. Harlow,
(City Treasurer) ; Saml. H. Lunft, (Beai Es?
tete) ; Wm. H. Hellmuth (Hellmuth Broa).
Offlee :?NoJ^OjfontAjfolrfax ?treet
CARTER ?HOWARD
HAVE BECEIVKD A LOT
OF THE
Lightning Ice Cream Freezers,
and can make you special prie.ee on the*?
Freexera as we entered our order for the?
last December before the advance in metal
goods The LigbtnluK will frees* your cresa
hard In eight minute? and we refer you to
any one using tbe Lightning sa to the quality
of the freeaer. A book of recipes with each
freeaer. Try it once ?ad you will never be
content with any other make.
Carter & Howard,
423 KINO BTaaaUT.
DRY GOODS.
NEW GOODS
DIMITIES and LAWNS, handsome line, at
from 5 to 12{c per yard.
PIQUES, in whites end colore, 10c, l.'ic
15c to 25c per yard, the old prices.
CHECK and SIRIPED MU>LlN?at5r,
61c, T, lOcandl'iic.
INDIA LINENS, in 40-inch aud regular
widths.
MADRAS, PERCALES. ZRPHYB. GING.
HAMS and BATES'S SEERSUCKERS for
WAIBTa
BEMNANT8? Checked and Stripee) Dimi?
ty, I ace Striped Lawns, Ac.,?at 6?c, 8c and
10c?20 per cent, below regular prices.
Foil line of medium and summer weight
UNDERWEAR.
HOSIESV of all kinds and at ??? price?
Bande?me line of NECKWEAB.
8HIBT8, all kinds and style?.
C0LLAR8 and CUFFS in the latest abapes.
Full line of UMBBELLAS.
FULL PROTECTION ON PRICES'.
A.C. Slay maker,
429 KING STREET.
? lfm:
?BES?
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IS WHAT EVERY
HOUSEWIFE WANTS
when ?he purchases floor for ber bread, ceke?
or pastry. She can nover make en y mietake
when choosing th? "Pride" floor, m ?ie bv the
most improved prjceS from the cboieeet Vir?
ginie wheat, ?ucb aa ie msnufactared ?t tbe
"Globe Mills." Our flour is uiurorpeeeed for
quality, flavor and ?trength.
JNO. W. EMMERT A CO.,
Union etreet.
Phone??Bell 29: Home 148._
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