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M< ND EVIiNING, Jf'l.Y 18,
HOW SPAIN LOsT GIBRALTAR
Gibraltar was taken by the Eoglisfa
iu 17u4, during the war of the Spaoisl.
succession, a war which was provoked
by the aggressive policy of Franco in
endeavoring to place a monarch of tne
French fannly upon tne Spanish tbione
and thus consolidate the two kinudotus
into one. The fortrts* was then cap?
tured, almost by surpri.-?, though tb?
Spaniards and French, appreciating I he
strategic value of the place, made de -
perate efforts to recover it, but were n -
pulsed at every point. Between th<
date of its capture- and 177!', repeaed
eflorts were made by Sp&iu to recover
the fortrts-, and in the Utter year tin
greates armameut that was ever
brought to bear upon a besieged plan
lay before Gibraltar. The sit u ? lasted,
oil and on, for many mon'bs The in?
venting force comprised 12,000 troops of
France, over twice as mat y ot the be>t
infantry of Spain, aud the tleet consist
ed ot 47 sbips, all three-deckers, 10
great floating batteries, esteemed in
vincible, carrying 'ill' gans; inr timer
able frigates, bomn-ketcnes, cutter-, gun
and mortar boats. For weeks together
over 6,000 shells a day were thrown in J
to the town and repeated att< uipts were
made to storm the works, but the lulle
garrison of only 7,000 men repelled
every assault and hiiHily succeeded in
b ating oil the allied fl et The block
& e began June 21, 177'J, and lasted j
I itil February, 17:?."J, when the gnrri- j
i a was fioally relieved by the arrival
c . a British lhet and army, Since that
t Tie the fortifications of Gibraltar have
iue-n so iruprov d a^d increased that it
i- regarded th<- strongest fortress in tb<
world. The British government main
t.iius there a garrison of from 5,000 to
10.000 men, with provisions for six
months, and it is said the supply oi
military material is BUfficienl to enable
the fortress to stand a siege of indefinite
length.
BUCKLIN'S ARNICA salve
The Best Salvk in the worid foi
Cuts,Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt 1'heiim.
i?ever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
v.ions, and positively cures Piles, or n<
jay requiretl. It is guaranteed to give
gsrfect satisfaction or money refunded,
rice 25 cents per box. For saie by
Err??t L. A1W
The Chief Burgess of Miksl.urg, Pa, say
DoWitt's Little- Kany Bisers aie tho l?est pills
he ever use<i in his family during lorty year
of house keeping. They euro constipation,
sick headache and Btomach and liver troubles
Suiall iu ?ize hut great in results. Charles G.
Lenaon
Delightful Summer Tours.
The Pennsylvania Baihoad Company 1ms
arranged two deiighiful tours to the iNoith.
under the personally lOuiin ted tourist sys
tern, Ju.y 26 and Augu.it 1?> The points in?
cluded in the itineiary are Watk n- Glen
Niagara Flails, Thousand Islands, Quebec,
Montreal, Au Sable ' lh-iu, Lakes Chnuiplain
aao Geoige, Saratoga and the High ands ot
the ?udbou. Each tour will be in charge ol
th'j company s tourist agent, assisted by an
experienced iady as ciiaperon, whose especial
charge will be uneecorUd ladies. '1 he rate
of $100 from Washington covers railway and
boat fare for the entire round trip, parlor-cai
6cftts, meals en route, hot?-l entertainment,
transfer er arges, carriage hire?in fact everj
item of necessary expense. Fur any addi?
tional info'mation, address ? ic'>. W. Poyd,
Assistant General Passenger Agent, Broad
Street Station, Philadelphia.
ARNOLD'S BBOMO-CELEBY. ' uU
nnrivaled romedy for Headaches. Nemnlgia
QleeDlfiMTiMt. 3 O oanti
Colonial Beach?Somerset Beach.
Season opens f-aturday, June 18th The
steamer Jane Moseley leaves Reed's wbail
at 9 a. m. daily except Monday, returning
about fl p. m. v. n Saturday at 7 p m. For
' staterooms charters, *.<?, apply to F. J. Don?
nelly. Gazette otlice
Through Parlor Car to Atlantic City
Commencing July 1st, a parlor car will U
attached to the 12:45 p. m, Pennsylvania
Railroad train from Washington, arriving ai
Atlautic City at 5:30 p. m. via Delaware
Br'dge Route. Reluming, leave Atlantic
City at 10:25 a. m. and arrive at Washington
?t 3:30 p in.
Troops ;it Camp Algcr.
For the accommodation of triends of the
Alexandria Light Infantry, the Southern
Bailway has ou sale tickets from Alexandria
to Dunn Lorir.g. Va. (Ctmp Alter;, at one
fare for the round trip, limited to date ol
sale. These tickets will remain on sale while
the Third Virginia regiment is encamped at
that point.
85 Excursions to t in- Seashore.
For Atlantic City, Capo May, Ocean (ity
and Sea Isle City, tickets on sale via Penn?
sylvania Railroad, for 11 a m. and 12:45 p
m trains Fridays and Saturdays uutii Sep?
tember 10 good to return until the following
Tuesdays at the rate of $5. including trans?
fer of passengers in Philadelphia. Com fenc?
ing June 24th.
Opening and Closing or*the Mails.
Northern mails, week days, close at 7 3v
and 11 45 ;. m. and 1 15, 2 50, 6 50 and
8 30_p. m. Opor at 8 (X) a.m., 12 00 m.
and 5 00 p, m. On Sundays Northern maiis
closo at 11 14 a. m. and 7 20 p. m.
Southern mails via Ch?rlottosv:llo, close
at 7 50 and 10 55 a. m. and 2 15 and
8 30 p. m Opoa at 8 00 a. m. and 2 30
and 4:30 p. m.
Southern mails, via Bichmond, ciote at
10 40 a. in. and 3 13 and 8 30 p. m.
Manassas Division mails close at 7 50 a. in.
s>ud 3 45 p. m. Open at 1 p. m.
Alexandria and Bound Hill mails close at
8 10 a. m. and 4 00 p. *c. Open at 9 00 a. in.
Sad 3 30 p. m.
Chosapoake and Ohio nails closo at 2 15
rm. and 8 30 p. m. One..-* ? 8 00 a. m. and
30 n. m.
Washington mails close at 7 ?O and 11 45
a. m.. and 115, 2 50, 6 50 and 8 30 p. m.
flpou at 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and 3 00 and
4 30 p. m.
Office Hoars?Open at 8 00 a. m. Close at
6 00 p. m
Sunday Hours?Open at 9 (?0 a. m. Close
?t 9 30 a. m.
Carriers' Schedule?Collections mado on
fci3ido routes?6 30 and 10 00 a. m. and
3 00 and 5 30 p. m. Full route?0 .'JO a. rn.
and 5 30 p. ni. Sunday collection 5 00 p..
Carriers' window open Sunday 9 OO a. m,
close 9 30 a. m.
Deliveries made ? 00 a. m., 12 00 m., and
5 00 p. m.
All mail should bo in office ton minnte?
V>for<> hour indicatod for closing.
BUI TEE?Fresh Virginia Butter 15c,
choice do. ISc. Virginia Creamery Prints
20c, Elgin Creamery Prints 23c.
_J C MIT.ttPRN
ANEW THING?N? i U8T?Will polish
your floor and prevent any dust Irom
rising. For sale by
_E. 8. LEADREATER A SONS.
BEAUTIFUL lino of ORGANDIES and
LAWNS, latest designs, and best for the
price, at
_A. C. 8LAYMAKER'S.
PERCALE SHIRTS.?Fine line with col
bus detached ; extra valuo at 50c; col?
lars attachtd 30c; just received at
_A. C. SLAYMAKER'S.
CHUBOH CANDLES, Puro Beeswax
Caudles for sale by
_J O MILBDRN.
MILD CREAM CHEESE just received by
J, C ALLLlBUBN
AUCTION SAliES.
rpRUSTJEE'S SA) K OF L*ND IN FaIR
JL FAX < OUNTY, YA.
By v riueofa deed of trust from Hosier
F Bmwu and wife, hearing date the 30ih
diy of April, 18 ;G, and duly recorded
amongst the land records of said county, in
i her W., No. 6. folio 248 et seq , the un?ei
s gned trustee in ?uia died, leing thereto re
quired by tho party thereby secured will of
tei for sab* at public auction in front of the
premises, on
SATURDAY,
the 23rd day of July, 1898
at 12 o'clock meridian, the following de
-tnbed trtct > f land with the improvements
thereon being the same described in and
o_vi ved by sai 1 deed of trust; v z:
AI i. HUT TRACT OR PARCEL OF
!.\M> situate, lying and bu g in tho said
county of Fairfax and State of Virginia, on
?he north side of the Little River trrnpike.
, ioui one mi'e fiorn the city of Alexandria
Vitgiuia. and bounded as follows; to wit:
H i nnii g at a gate t ost in the edge of the
road corner to John W Brown, formerly
Padgett's and running with him N. 11 de
g . . - E 52 poles to Bloxham's lot, tontinued
\' 7C degrees with him to B., a stone and
hickory at tho angle of a fence corner to
B oxham and Watkius's line; with ffatkins'a
line N. 4&i degrees W. 13} poles to C. a post
o' the fence comer to Watkins and Cbauucev
f.irmer'y Windsors), with Channcej N. 79
? grees \N. 29 poles to D., another corner, to
bauncey ; theuce S 11 degrees W 81} poles
11 E a briar bush in the edge of 'he road ;
down the road S. 76J degiei-s E. 40} poles to
the beg oning, containing twenty acres, being
tho same property cooTO} ed to tho sa d Bo
zier F. Brown by J -.seph L. 8anford bv a
deed dated on the 23rd day of May. 1892.
?nd of record in the laud records of the sai<i
coanty of Fairfax, in deed book M. No. 5,
olio :U5. Tho Improvemeuti consist of a
I welling and outhouse.
Terms o' Sale: Cash. Conveyancing at
:he cost of the purchaser
7. )R0 HILL, Trustee.
jj9 ts
MACHINERY.
& H. AJTCHJ?ON.
Ptactical Machinists and Engineers
And Builders of
HA SINE AND STATIONARY ENGINE!:
Bla^kamithirrg and Steam Fitting. Er
ijinoers' and Machinists'Supplies, and all torts
o;' mill work and that connected with brick*
work promptly executed. Repairing prompt.
Vj done. J. ? H. AITCHESON,
" ::;ylO 116 King it., Alexandria, Ya.
. 8. MOORE.
Machinist, Iron and Brass Founder,
5HIPSMTTH AND BLACKSMTTE,
'OLD DOMXHIOI? WOBJLBl
SOUTH UNION STREET, ALEXANDRIA
,V:il furnisii and repair all kinds of Machine?
ry. Iron and Brass Castings, Wrought and
Cast Iron Fences. Mill Work, Ship and Black
smithing, Edge Toola. Mill Picks, Facing Ham
'acre, and all kinds of Mill Work made and re.
paired at the shortest notice and at rcasonablf
prices.
WttT- Tha highest market price paid for Old
.7.-ought and 0*it Iron. Brass and Copper.
COAL AND WOOD.
W. A. ."MOOT. G. S FaEKCU. W. A. SMOOT, JB
WM. A. tMCOT &. CO.
QOALI COAL!
? ;l our wharf and to arrive during tha sea
ion a full stock of
ANTHRACITE.
CUMBERLAND and
SPLINT COALb
of the best quality and well screened.
We will be pleaaed to supply our friend i
iud customers at lowest market price per tor
>f 2240 pounds, delivered at houses, cars oi
boats.
Tklei-honk Call 57.
coajlT coax]
?VHITE AND RED ASH, 8HAM0KIN AND
LYKEN'S VALLEY.
From the famous mines of the
SUSQUEHANNA COAL COMPANY.
:\iro Coal, well scroenod, 2240 lbs to the tot
ALSO
CRUSHED COKE.
CUMBERLAND, NEW RIVER AND SPLINT
COAL.
Families, Public Institutions, and Mann
facturon; supplied at lowest market rates.
Ail ordors left at office, 114 south St. Asaph
itroct, tolophonod immediately to yards.
J. R. ZIMMERMAN,
Wharf and Yards, foot of Qnoon street.
for summer.
A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK
?OF?
Dry Goods, Notions
?AND?
General Furnishings
FOE SPRING USE.
FULL LINE OF MEDIUM AND LIGHT
WEIGHT UNDERWEAR.
HANDSOME LINE OF LATEST STYLES
NECKWEAR.
A. C. SLAYMAKER,
Successor to
AMOS B. SLAYMAKER.
429 King Street - - - Alexandria. Va
knives, forks
and spoons.
Half do/.an SILVER-PLATED TEA SPOONS
at $1.75.
Half dozen SILVER-PLATED KNIVES at
$1.75.
Half dozen SILVER-PLATED F0RK8 at
$1 75.
These goods are all of tho' finest quality
silver-plate, each pieco stamped with my
name and tho amount of silver in each guar?
anteed.
HENRY W. WILDT,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN,
106 N. Royal street.
KIDNEOIDS 1 KIDNEOIDS!
For the cure of all Kidney Diseases
Shattered Nerves and all diseases arising
from thin, watery and impoverished blood.
Pric e 50c. For sale only by
WARFIELD & HALL,
Pn*-ne*r Prjn?**A OTlfi Fo'V'aw ?> tract-.
BICYCLE CHAIN BRUSHES will clean
your bicycle chain without romoving it
10 and 15c each. For sale by
_E S LEADBEATEB & SONS.
37* REE SAMPLES FOR ONE WEEK OF
- KIDNEOIDS, the Great Discovery for
ail Kidney Disorders. Call at
WARFIELD & HALL'S.
SAFETY RAZOR, ouce usoa you wiil never
do without it. For sale by
HENRY W. WILDT,
_1Q6 N P/vrai ,wPt
WHITE ORGANDY REMN ?NTS to run
at 10c extra value, at
A, a SLAYMAKER'S,
TOLEPHONK EXCHANGE.
JJElJiOl ELELLCJ
We wish to call your attention to the
ALEXANDRIA TELEPHONE EXCHANGE
AND ITS ADVANTAGES.
Instant communication by any subscribe]
with any other is furnished any momont, day
or night.
Each is heard in his own recognized voice,
and business is transacted with the utmost
saving of time.
Communication is also had with Washing?
ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York and
many other points, thus annihilating distance
and time.
Loir fates.
Tho exponse is but a few cents a day and in
many cases very much less than tlio serv.ee
performed is worth to the subscribers.
More than forty onuses of business are to be
found among our subscribers.
If your name is not enrolled consult your
own interest by subscribing at once, (-'all on
the manager or send him word by postal or
telephone, and he will call on you.
WYTHE WHITE. Manager.
C. E. McCLUEE.
District Supt.. Richmond, Va.
Agricultural Supplies.
Herbert Bryant, R H Wattles,
Brick Manufactories.
Alexandria Brick Company
Books and Stationery.
B W French
Beer and Groceries.
O'Sullivan & Co.
Breweries.
R Partner's.
Baal?.
Burke A Herbert, First National Rank,
Citizens' National Bank.
Butchers.
Hellmuth Brothers, M. Schuler.
Courts.
County Court, Corporation Court.
Commission Merchants.
Fishor Brothers. W A Johnson A Co,
f T A J G Beckham, F S Harper.
E E Lawlor A ('o. Harlow Brothers.
N Lindscy & Co ( has King & Son.
I Broders. G H Robinson A Sons
Dentists.
J. H. Bit/or.
Druggists.
W F Crcighton A Co, E L Allen,
C G Lcnuon, E S Leadbeatei A Sons.
John H Janncy. Northwest Pharmacy
C M Lennon, " Richard Gibson.
Dry Goods.
Isaac Eichborg.
Driving Parks.
Alexandria Driving Park.
Express Companies.
Adams Express Co.
Peed and Grain Dealers.
T F Burroughs, J Broders,
J B Watkins, Ballengor A Brn.
Florists.
I L Loose. Mis Fred'k Kramer
F>m ndries.
Curtin A Butts.
Glos? and Chinawart.
E J Millor A Co.
Grocers.
?i Wm Ramsay. Fisher Brothers,
O'Sullivan A Co Barlow Bros.
\hern A Co. F fi 1 i rpor,
\" Lindsey&Co, H F Robertson,
W A Johnson & Co J Broders,
Norton Entwisle.
Grocers and Liquor Dtaleti.
T F Burroughs, W A Jol nson k Co.
Harlow Brothers. J. Broders.
Ahem A Co.
Hotels.
Fleischruaiin Hotol.
Harawart.
Ja? F Carlin A Sons.
Infirmari's.
Alexandria Infirmary.
Ice Dealei
Wm M Eoardon.
Junk Dealers.
J Dreifm A Co.
Lumber Merchants.
I R 8moot A Co, J II D Smoot
Aitchoson A Bvo.
Lawyers.
lames R Caton, CC Carlin.
J K M Norton, F L Smith,
S G Brent, K Semper,
Marbury A Armstrong
Livery Stables.
Patterson & Brothor, B L Mrors A Co.
Lime Piaster am! Cement.
OeoH Robinson ASon, W A Smoot & Co
J H"D Smoot, Jas R Smoot A Co.
Merchandise Brokers.
Wm Fowle Brookos A Co,
A D Brocket. A Co.
Ml. Vernon on '.lie Potomac
H H Dodgo, Supt.
Municipal Offices.
City Treasurer, Police Hoadquarters.
Tho Market.
Manufacturers of Soda and Mineral Waters.
Jamos McOuen.
Machinists.
W S Moore J & H Aitcheson
Millers.
T F Burroughs.
Newspapers.
Alexandria Gaeotte, Alexandria Timos
Evening Star Bureau.
Notions, Furnishing Goods, 4{-c
Mrs. Bernheimor, King street.
Oil Companies.
Standard Oil Compan
Physicians.
Or W M 8mith, Dr H P Howard.
Dr Julian Millor, Dr M W O'Brion.
Dr T M Jones. Dr Hugh McGuirc
Pritaie Residences.
Charles King, R E Knight,
Mrs M A Wood, W White, "
B Wheatloy, W H Demaino,
J B Zimmerman, Mrs S G Brent,
Herbert Bryant, Lauren? o Startler
Miss M V Smith, E L Daingerfiold,
W B Daingorfield, Chas S Taylor,
R W F/onch, A D Brockett,
R F Knox, W H F Beckham,
JMHill, Ashby Miller.
W M Smith.
Bailroads.
Southern Bailway?Freight,
" ?Local Freight,
Washington Southern Bailway,
Baltimore and Potomac?Freight,
W, A & Mt Vornon Bailway Co, 112 A
W, A A Mt Vernon Bailway, 112 B
Real Estate.
Harlow & Co, Knox A Eobinson,
Bobort Elliott.
Schools.
Episcopal High Schoftl,
Seminaries.
Theological Seminary.
Spoke Factory.
Mt. Vornon Spoke Company.
Steamboat Companies,
Potomac Steamboat Company,
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co,
Washington Steamboat Company.
Ship Cliandlcr*.
H Kirk, N Lindsoy A Co.
Stationers and Printers.
John H 8tridor, B Boll's Sons.
J M Hill A Company.
Telegraph Companies.
Western Union Telegraph Company.
Postal Telegraph ("able Company]
Tanners and Hide Dealers.
C C Smoot A Sons.
?. 8. Offices.
Postoffico.
Undertakers.
B Wheatley, W H Demaine,
Wood and Coal Dealers.
DeW. Aitcheson, J B Zimmerman,
W A Smoot A Co, J P Agnow A Co.
Knox A Bobinson.
Wholesale Cake and Cracker Manufacturers and
Confectioners.
The George B. Hill Co.
Wholesale Grocers.
Chas King A.Son, N Lindeey'A Ce,
Fish? - J Broders,'
I W 8 Harper,
XKIiKI'HONF. EXCB A NGK
TTOMJ? TELEPHONE COMPANY,
AT.EX AN UEIA, VA.,
EXCHANGE. 309 KING STREET.
$3 A MONTH FOE BUSINESS.
$2 A MONTH FOE HOMES.
F. F.MABB?RY, Manager.
E. P. MATTER, Electrician.
SUB CBIBERS' LIST.
393 Ailai.ii Fxpress Company
11 Appich, D H
15 Appie h. Geo A
11") Alexandria Infirmary
10 Aiiclieaun St Bro
05 Archeson. D W
17 Adams, F M
94 Alexandria Bottling Co. Jas McCuen
20 A lexandria Steam Bakery
37 Alexandria Gas Works
lil'.t Alexandria Times
7 Alexandria Gazette
1 91 Allen. E L. Druggist
200 Alexander, E J
3<> Anderson. E M
39 Baader, H
25 Bench, Jos S
134 Burroughs. T F
0 B is. O B R Co
29 Bain tv Paxon
170 Brill, Louis
4(1 Raggett. Oscar F. City Market
101 Raggett, Oscar F, Residence
1TO Beckham, JT& J G
83 Pariey, L C. residence.
72 Barley, L (', offi e.
80 Carlin. 3 F Sons St Co
180 Carlin, Mrs M J
30 Crilly, .T H
36 t hatbam's Stahles. B L Myers St Co
1 "JO City Engineer
108 City Treasurer
i<>7 Columbia Engine House
144 Carter Bros
1 11 Cogan. .1 A St W W. Plumbers
1!?7 Carlin, C C, residence.
87 Chalmers. A C
22 Deoielt, J A. Residence
:i7 Rrcifus. J St Co
40 Fntwisle, F L
L23 Episcopal High School
1 -7 Emwislc, J W, Druggist
!32 Economy Oroeery.
27 Fisher Rrus
45 Fend, 11. W E
?17 Fannon, TJ
88 FioUchmann Houso.
11s Flanigen, Jos R
14 2B Francis. Pet^r
102 Grilbortzer, A F
52 Garrett St Monroo
50 (iruvos, W P
L66B Green, Andrew J
58 Hinken 6t Son
75 Hellmuth Bros
3 1 Hallow Bros
7<? Hill, Geo R Co
62 Howard, T Clifton
41 Hamilton & Co
106 Hydraulion Engine House
178 Harden, R L
14? Jannoy.JH (L Stabler & Co)
64 Jail
26 Janney, Dr ('has
1 .'!7 A Jackson, Wash
28 King, Chas St Son
13 Kirk. H, jr
48 Lind soy. N St Co
07 Lindsey. N. Residence
9 Leadbeatcr & Sons
1 28 Matthew. .1
lit! Marshall, J A
70 May, W 11 .vSon
1h1 Mil burn, J C
:?:? May. J W, Residence
i 1 l Mushbach, Capt G A, Besidence
5 1 Mushbach, ( apt G A, Ollico
38 Matter. E P, electrician.
55 Marbury. F F. M?r
L1? Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co
137 B Neale. J Stanley
91 O'Brien, Dr M W
L68 O'Sullivan a Greene,
1 (j<? Pullman. S M
53 Pollard, F J
84 Pullard, F J, Residence
85 Pullman, Pit'o
49 Portlier, Robert
34 Postoffice
14 Police Headquarters
1<?3 Postal Telegraph Co
33 Pennsylvania R R Co
112 Pel ton. CC
12!? Pelton, C C
8<> ijuiiiu Ed
h Ramsay, G Wm
50 Reunion, Wm M
105 Relief Truck Houso
93 Robertson. H F
B9 Roberts, Walter, Oliicc
139 Roberts, Walter, Resilience
140 Bobers, J W
t>3 Bammel's Hotel,
71 Smoot, C C S.ins ?.V ro. Tannery
90 Smoot, C C Sons St Co, Warehouse
92 Smith. B B
Summers, C J W
57 Smoot, W Ai(!o
!>s Smith, Francis L
122 Slaughter, Dr R M
151 Smoot, J C, Besidence
152 Sruoot. Jas R St Co
155 Steuernagel, \V H
32 Stridor, J H, Residence
2 Southern Railway Company (W & O)
133 Southern Railway Company (V M)
42 Simpson. H A
3 Standard Oil Co
101 Schiller Beef Co.
137 Stevens. Moses, (Hacks)
1.S2 Simpson, Ceo L, Mayor
1 1 3 Soper, E I)
103 Virginia Class Works
65 Vanaelstyn, (Lunch Room
1?>4 Warticld, E, jr
165 Warticld St Hall
39 Washington Steamboat Co
198 Wood. Mrs M A
185 Weil Bros
186 Wcadon Bros
35 Wise, Geo &. Co
61*Wise, Geo. Residence
1 42,Wallace, J S, harness.
19i) Woolls, W P, Wolfe and Royal
153 Woolls, W P, Queen and Henry
L09 Wools & Bon, W 1', queen and Fairfax.
147 Weiderman ?fe Kelly
118 Zimmerman. J R
annandale?Malone, J H. Fairfax C H.?
Adams, Chas. Centreville??ttorbich, B.
C, Manassas?Cannon House. Wellington
?Leechrnan, C. H. Hay market?Huihsh,
Geo. A. Wiiverley?Jannoy, E. H.
TOLL RATES OUf OF CITY 10 CENTS
D. Harry Appich,
525 King Streot,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
iMECTIOfiER AND FRUIT UEALEll
,?.s the seasons como)and go
^Provident of all,
IPlcnty of fruits, and nuts, and^swoots,
I havo at your call.
C3?ndios, cakos throughout the yoar,
Appich's stock will make good cheer
^SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOB THE
COUNTRY TRADE.
dec2 tf
laurence stabler,
NO. T01 KING STREET.
INSURANCE AGENT.
Representing the following flnt-chus firs
insurance companitc:
LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE.
HARTFORD.
PHCENLX, of London.
WESTCHESTER, of New York.
HANOVER.
PHOENIX, of Brooklyn,
And others of same grade.
Soliciting the patronage of ths public, I
eromiso the most enrefui attention to any bus*
joe* ?*>*tt'ct.?? ' *n r*o 'nhlfi
ANICE TOOTH BRUSH with a box of
Myrtle Tooth Soap for 25c, and a tooth
bruah with every box Antiseptic Tooth Pow
iUr,ai & 8. IJtADRKATSS A 8QH8. '
it.-. Ii KOADS.
TD EN N SYLVAN I A
RAILROAD.
Scheda!? in effect M*v 31, 189 C
TEA IN 8 LEAVE ALEXANDEIA.
For Washington 7 23 i od 8 0 ) a. IL 12 14
3 23, 7 20 and 3 1 12 P. m. weck davs.
Sundays 7 23 and 11 44 A. iL, 7 20
and 1112 P. M.
For Richmond an?! che South?Atlantic Cua.it
Line Express?4 48 A. M.. and 4 02 P. M.
daily. For Bichmond only 11 13 a M
weck days Atlanta Special via Bichmond
and Seaboard Air Lim- ? ??<? P. M. daily.
Accommodation (or Quantico s 07 A. m.
daily, and 4 45 P. M. week dajs.
TEAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON.
STATION COBNEB OF SIXTH and B
STREETS.
For Alexandria 4 30, 7 ??"> ami 10 f>7 A. m?
3 40. 4 25 and 4 40 P M. Sunday 4 30
and 7 45 A. m. and 3 4ti and 4 40 P. m.
7:50 a. m. Week Days. PITTSBUBQ EX?
PRESS.? Parlor and Dining Cars. Harris
burg to Pittsburg.
10:50 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED
Pullman Sleeping. Dining, Smoking and
Observation Cars Harrisburg to Chicago,
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve?
land and To'cdo. Buffet Parior Car to Har?
rishurg.
10:50 A. m. FAST LINE?Pullman Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrisbnrg. Buffet Parlor
Car Harrisl-urs; to Pittsburg.
3.80 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX?
PRESS--Sleeping ear Washington to St
Louis, and sleeping and Dining Cars Harris
burg t<' St. Louis. Nashville, via Cincin?
nati and Chicago.
7:20,1'. m. WESTERN EXPRESS?Pullman
Slipping Cars to Pittsburg, Chicago, and
Harrisbnrg to Cleveland. Dining Car to
Chicago.
7:20 V m. SOUTHWESTERN FX PRESS?
Pulliiian Sleeping Cars Washington to
Pittstnrg ami Harrishurg .o Si Louis ami
Cincinnati. Dining Car.
0:40 P.M. PACIFIC EXPRESS?Pnllmai
sleeping Car to Pittsbnrg.
7 50 A. M. for Kane. Canaudaigua, Rochester
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10:50 a. m. for Elmira ami Renovo,
daily, execrjt Sunday. For Williamsport
_ daily at 3:30 P. M.
":20 P. m. for Williamsport, Rochester, Erie,
Bufli'lo and Niagara Falls daily, except
I Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington
1 to Rochester.
10:40 p. in. for Eric. Canandaigua, Rochester,
Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman
SIct ping Car Washington to Rochester Sat?
urdays only.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND
THE EAST.
fcOO P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED.'
daily, all Parlor Cai6. with Dining Car fron
Baltimore.
Regularat 7 00 (Dining Car). 800, 9 00.
looo (Dining Can, and 11 00 iDining
Car from Wilmington' A. M. 12 45, 3 15,
4 20, (Diningear from Baltimore), 650.
lOOO. and 11 50 P. M. Or: Sunday
7 00 (Dining car), 8 00, 9 00, and 11 00
(Dining Car from Wilmington) A. M..
12 15, 3 15, 4 20. (Dining c.r from Balti?
more: 6 50, 10 00 and 11 .ri0 P. M. Foj
Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7 50 A.
M. week days. Express 12 15 P. M. week
days. 2 01 and 5 40 P. M. daily.
'?'or Boston, without change, 7 60 A. M. woek
days, and 4 2<> P. M. daily.
For Baltimore <> 20, 7 OO. 7 50, 8 00, 9 00.
10 00, 10 50. 1100, A. M., and 1215.
12 45, 12 58; 2 01, 3 15, 3 30, 4 Ol
limited), 4 20, 4 3?>. 5 40, 615. 6 50
7 20,10 00, 10 40. 11 15 and 11 50 P
M, on Sunday 7 00, HOO, 900,905
10 50 and 11 00 A. M., and 1215,
1 15, 2 01. 315, 3 30. 4 00 (limited).
4 20, 5 40, 6 15, ri 50, 7 2 J, 10 00, 30 4<
and 11 50 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line 7 50 A. M. ?nd < 36
P. M. week days and Sundays 9 05 a. M
<-'ur Annapolis 7 00 a. M., and 5 4<? P. HI.
daily except Sunday, Sunday 9 00 A.M.
and 4 20 P. M.
Express lor Florida ami points on Atlantic
Coast Line, 4 30 A. M. and 3 46 P. m.
daily; Richmond only. 10 57 A. M. week
days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and
Seaboard Air Line, 4 40 P. M. daily. Ac?
commodation for Quantico, 7 45 a. m
daily, and 4 25 P. iL week days.
SEASHORE LONNE TIONS.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware rivei
bridge, all rail route) 11 00 A. M . anil
L 00 ("Congressional united") and 11 50
P. M. daily; 12 45 P. M. wccK Cays
(through Pullman Buffet Parlor Car; via
Market Stiect Wbari. lOtaiaud 11 i?)
a. M., 12 45 P M. woek days, ami 11 50
P. M. daiiv, ami 12 15 P.M. Sundays only.
Saturdays only 9 A. M.
For Cape May 10 00 and 11 no A. M. and
12 45 P. M. week days. 1 l 60 P. m daily.
Saturdays only 9 00 A. M.
Ticket otbeo, uirut: 15th and G Streets and
tt tnc station. Sirtli and B Streets, whore
onlora can bo left for the checking of baggage
to destination from hotels and residoncea,
.1. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD.
GeneralManager General Patuenger Ariern
c
WHOLKSAIiK ?Nr UETALL GItOOERS
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
AND DEALERS IN
PURE WINES & LIQUORS.
We hold largely in U. S. bonded warcnouscs
and carry in Btock various brands ol the best
PJJRE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES MADE.
in store superior grades of Foreign
and American WINES, ALES, BROWN
STOUT, AC.
/2*ffcatisl'act.ion Guaranteed as to Price and
Quality.
Corner Prince and Commerce Streets.
HARLES KING & SON,
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
North Lee Street, Alexandria,
?AND?
South Street, Charlottesville.
dole agonta for LUCY HINTON TOBACCO
.nd HAZARD POWDER.
C. MILBURN,
dealer in
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
LL3 North Royal Street,
Aloxandria, Va
Proprietor of tho Potomac Brand of Flour
which isuncxcellod.
Coffees Froahly Roasted at Store._
A. JOHNSON A CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Dealers in
KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX
and pure Old Eye, Old Cabinet ?nd Monogram
Whiskies; also Bakor's and Thompson's Pnra
hyo Whiskies, to which they invite tho atten?
tion of tho trade
Orders from tho country for mercandise
shall receivo prompt attention.
Consignments of Fiour, Grain and Country
Produce solicited, for which they guarantee
the highest murket prices and prompt returns.
N. E. corner Camoron and Royal streets.
w. a. 8moot. q. s. 7behch.
A. 8M00T A CO.,
w
COAL, SALT AND PLASTER.
Alexandria. Va.
OfBcs?BrnooVi wharf.
Special attention paid to forTrsrdlrjg.
PUBE CALIFORNIA HONEY in one and
two pound cans, at 20 and 35 cents per
can. For medicinal and labie use. Quaran
tecd absolutely Irc-e from glucose For sale
by_E S. LEA DBE ?>') r.R A aUNo.
O ,?T GR0S8 FBUIT JAR-?tiut Jars
mm fj 55c a dozen, <ju.nt co. uJo, naif gal?
lon ao, SOc, J, C. MILBURN.
railroads. _
SOUTH ER JST
Svluxlule effective May 1. 1898, enbjoct to cnan^e without notice to the ouo?c
railroads
3R, .A. X. Xj W J\_ Y
No. 3T.
Dally.
10 npm
11 o6pm
1 50am
3 4Uaui
5 50-tni
7 U5aiu
II 37*tu
8 l?un
2 -?pm
3 52pm
7 'Jiipm
11 35pm
No. 35.
Dally.
THROUGH SCHEDULE.
No. 36, No. 38.
Daliy. Dally.
.Arrive
11 15am Leave.Washington.,
11 3Saru " .Alexandria. "
2 l.r>pu) ".Charlottenville. "
3 55pm " .LyuchOurR . "
6 lUpm " .Dttnvtlle. "
7 Jripm Arrive??-.Greensboro?.Ltave
*?* 25? ru
12 4^pm
4 15pm
i 25pm
9 30pm
7 S5am
3 55pm
10 10pm
7 40arj)
7 40am I
H 30pm
I tUMn
n 11pm
12 loam
1 2Vam
?I 18am
7 40a ai
.Wlnston-Saiem. "
.KrflrlK"..'_'_
.Salisbury.,. "
.A-ihevilie... "
...Hoi Springs. "
.Knoxville.Le?ve
....Chattam oga. "
9 I5pm
9 12pm
5 4Spm
3 Vipm
1 50pm
12 lOpm
10 .%'am
? Slam
In Cam
5 15am
4 OOam
I 15am
10 00pm
6 42a Ii.
6 17ax
3 35m
1 E3an
11 S9pm
10 43pm
? ' lOpn
8 40pu
9 3lpm
1 25pm
11 46a?
8 2".au
4 20a a
10 00pm
1 'Cam
S i?iam
5 to .m
9 11'am
6 35pm
5 lUain
.Charlotte .
.Columbia.
...... Augusta.
....Savannah.
(Central Time.)
..Jacksonville.-..
.Tampa....
.Atlanta..
(Central Time.)
12 20pm ' .Birmingham.
(Central Time.)
JO 20pm " .Memphis. "
(Central Tin e.)
8 10pm Arrive.New Orleans.Leave
9 25am
5! lam
9 30pm
11 35pn
8 (0pm
7 nOam
4 20pm
5 30am
7 5-iam i
8 2 Jtin.
5 ISpn
2 lOpn
12 SOpn
8 15a..
7 30pn
lOOpn
5 55an
9 00pn
7 50pn
(Central Time.)
Trains Nos. 35 ami 36 connect at Calverton for and from Warrenton.
LOCAL SERVICE.
8:35 a. m. Train No. 9 for Danville, Charlotte and way stations. Connects at Manassw
(<>r Harrisonbnrg and intermediate stations daily and also for Staunten daily except Sunday
at Calverton f?r \Varren:ou and at Franklin Junction for Rocky Mount and intormc.ii*;,.
Stations, retaining arrivis at Alexandria 1 55 p. m
5:15 p. m. Train No. 15 for Charlottesville and way statioua. Connects at Calverton for
H arronton. returning arrives at Alexandria 8.05 a m.
4:23 j). m. Train No. 13 leaves Alexandria, daily except Sunday, for Harrison burn au.1
intermediate stations, returning arrives at Alexaudiia 11:35 a. m.
Trains for Round Hill and intermediate stations leave Alexandria 9:07 a. m.. <iv!v
1:"7 p m. and 4:40 p. m.. except Sunday, and 6:33 p. in Sundays only, and 6:33 p m
for Iteration. Ar,-ivo Alexandria returning from Round Hill 8:28 a. m. daily, and 2:52
p. ru. daily, except Sunday, and 8:32 p. m. Sundays on'y.
SLEEPING CAE SERVICE.
Nos. 37 and 38, Washington and Southwestern Limited. Through Sleeping Cars between
Vow York and New Orleans via Atlanta and Montgomery, New York and Memphis, ? i
Atlanta and Birmingham, New York and Tampa via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah aud
Jacksonville, nniting at Danville with Pullman sleeper from Richmond to Augusta vis
Columbia, New York, and Nashville, Tenn., via Asheville. Kuoxville aud CbafHiirHje.a
and first-class coach between Washington and Atlanta. Dining. Car between Ore.:
and Montgomery.
Nos. 35 aud 36, United States Fast Mail. Pullman Sleeping Cars between New
York and New Orleans, connecting at At'anta for and from Birmingham and Memphis;
and New York and Jacksonville, connecting at Salisbury with Pullman 6lecper for ami from
Asheville and Hot Springs. North (aiolina. Kuoxville. Chattanooga and Memphis and at
harlotte with Pullman sleeper for and from Augusta. Solid train between Washington
ind New Orleans without change. Connect- at Lynchburg for Lexington, daily except
Jundsy. Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Excursion. Through Sleeper on this train
every Wednesday to San Francisco, without change.
For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pullman reservation, etc., appi) to
FBAVK S. GANNON, A. C. MOSS. Ticket AgoU, Alexandria. V?
3rd Vice President & Goneral Manager, W. A. TURK,
J M. GULP, Traffic Manager. General Passenger Agent,
Washington, D. C. Washington. D. C.
L. S. BROWN, General Agent Passenger Dept , Washington, D. C.
RAILROADS.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON RAILROAD.
In Effect M*y 1, 169S.
FOB WASHINGTON.
Leave Alexandria, corner King and Royal
-treeta. also stops at King and Washington,
King and Payne streets, week days, at f> 55
?> 25, <>' 55, 7 20 (express), 7 45 (express).
8 00.820 (express), 8 30 (express), 900,
9 30, 1000, 11 04 and 11 42 a. in. (ex?
press), and 12 25, 1 oO (express), 1 o7,
2 00, 2 40.3 00 (oxpress). 3 40, 4 15, 4 38
express), 5 00,5 31 (express), 5 45, 610
express , <; 7 <><>. 7 15 (express), s 15,
41.5,10 15 and 11 15 p. in.
Sundays?7 00, 8 00, !> <>0. 9 40, lo 3<>,
I 1 l."> h.'m.. 12 <?(> nnon, 12 45, 1 30, 2 16,
5 <?<?. 3 45, 1 30. 5 15, 6 00, 6 45, 7 30,
S 15, 915, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m.
FOB ALEXANDRIA.
Leavo Washington, from the cornor o
I'eunsylvania avenuo and 13street, week
lays, 6 30, 7 05, 7 35 (expressi, 8 00,
3 35. 8 59, 10<iO, 1100 and 1145 a.
m. 12 05 (express) 12 20, 1 15, 1 45, 2 05
express), 2 40, 3 00 (express). 3 25, 3 5!)
express), 4 15 (express). 4 50, 5 05. 5 20
express), 5 40, 6 05 (express), 6 30. 7 06,
7:35 (runs to Payne street only), 8 00, 9 00,
10 00, 11 20 ami 11 59 u. m.
Sundays?7 45, 8 45. 9 45, 10 30, 11 15
1 m., 12 00 noon, and 12 45, 1 30, 215,
><><>. 3 45. 4 3D, 5 15, 6 00, 6 45,
7 30, 8 15, 9 OO. 10 00 and 11 20 p. m,
FOB MOUNT VEBNON.
Leavo Alexandria for Mount Voruon, week
days, at 7 02, 8 35, 10 32, 11 32 a. m.
and 12 32, 1 47, 2 32. 3 32, 4 43, 7 10 and
' > 32 p. m.
Sundayi -7 30, s -JO and 10 20 a. m.,
12 35. 2 t?0, 4 3 r, 7 10 aud 9 32 p. m.
Loave Mount Voruon, week days, at 7 40,
914 and 11 14 a. m. and 12 40, 1 33,
2 40, 4 10, 5 05. 5 33, s 20and 10 20 p. m.
J eave Mount Vernon, Sundays, at 8 10,
9 00 and 11 25 a. m. and 1 40. 3 56, 5 20,
s 00 and 1<> 20 p m.
Leave Arlington Junction for Arlington
ami Rosslyn hourly.
B:ig*age (150 pound free) checked from all
stations
Parcels carried on all trains at the follow?
ing rates: Under lO pounds. 5 cents; lo to
15 pounds, 10 cents; over 25 to 50 pounds,
cents
Freight car ied daily, morning and even?
ing, in each direction at lrcight rates.
Tickets are sohl at the offices of the Rail?
road Company at the following rates:
i-are. Alexandria to Washington. 15 cents
round-trip. 25 cents.
G. E. abbot. Geo. R. Phillips,
< lonera! Manager. Gonera! Passenger Agt,
Sl'?AMKKS.
WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COM?
PANY (LIMITED..
HEAP AND PLEASANT EXCURSIONS.
Round Trip, 15 Cents.
Until further notice tho following ferry
schedule will ho in force:
Leave Washington 'Leave Alexandria.
A. M A. M.
Columbia. 6 10 Belle Haven.... 6 00
Bolle Haven.... 6 40 i Columbia... 6 50
Columbia. 7 30 j Belle Haven. 7 30
Belle Haven.... 8 001 Columbia. 8 00
Columbia. 8 30 : Belle Haven.... 8 30
Belle Haven. 9 30 Columbia.- 9;30
Columbia.10 30 Bello Haven... 10 30
Belle Haven.... 11 30 I Columbia.11 30
P. M ' P. M.
Columbia.12 30 ; Bello Haven... 12 30
Bolie Haven.... 1 30 ( Columbia.1 30
Columbia. 2 30 | Belle Haven.... 2 30
Bollo Haven..... 3 30 Columbia.- 3 30
Columbia. 4 30 Belle Haven. 4 30
Bello Haven.... 5 30 ! Columbia _5 30
Columbia. 6 30 ' ucjio Haven.... 6 30
Bollo Haven. 7.30i ia._ 7 30
N. B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing
at 8 30 a. m.
POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS?STEAM?
ER WAKEFIELD loaves Washington Mon?
days at 7 00 a. rn., and Alexandria at 8 00
a. nr., for landings as far as Nomini and on
Wednesdays and Saturdays at same hours for
St. Clement s Bay and Leonardtown.
C. W. RIDLEY, General Manager.
JOHN B. PADGETT, Agent._
ATLY KLNE TO NOBFOLK AND FOBT
BESS MONROE.
The Norfolk and Washington Steam
boat Company
Will run a DAILY LINE, commencing on
Monday, March 30, with their new and pow?
erful iron steamers
NEWPORT NEWS,
WASHINGTON AND NORFOLK,
Leaving the wharf at the foot of Prince sire*
at 7 03 p. m.
Returning will leave Norfolk at 5 45 p. rn.
iinjlo fare $3. Round trip $5.
C. W. WATTLES, Agent.
No. 2 Prlnr* r?T.**i
PERCALE SttIRfa.?latest style-, sou or
stiff bosoms also NainsooE. aud ailk
1 fronts, just received at
A, C. SLA.YMAKJ16U
DKCGGIST?.
Y?8TABLISHED 1792.
E 8. i-sADBEATEB. C. 0. LEADBEATEB.
E. 8. LEA DBEATEB, JB, J. LBADBEATKR
E.S. LEADBEATER U SONS,
WHOLESALE AND BETA IL DBUGGIS*J
105 ai.?l 107 lonth Fairfax at root.
Idlers in D-ugs, Chemicals, Patent Modi,
eines,Paints, <v;is, Dye Stulls, Spiee?. Orti?
gists' Fancy Goods and Specialties.
Whole?ilo agei.'? in Northern Virginia
J. C Ayer'a Modi? .nes and John Lni ?,>? St ? i
Tinte?! Gloss and Prepared PaLkts, kr.
Manufacturora of Standard Phannacomn *l
* reparations.
We havo made large additions to our m.? k
and are buying leadii.g Proprietory A
Chemicals, Ac., direct from the man u fact nrrrs
Wo are therefore enabled to supply the tTado
with all goods usually carried by a well-a] ?
pointed WHOLESALE DRUG H0US1
prices as low as those givin by the best
in larger cities. All goods forwarded by .. .
froight or expross after receipt of order.
Promptness is our specialty. Wo guaranii e
the purity of all drugs furnished. Corre?
spondence invited.
w
ABFIELD & HALL.
DRUGGISTS.
COENEB PBINCE AND FAIRFAX &T<!
Prescriptions a specialty.
English, French, German and Doruwuc
Toilet Soaps; Genuino Farina Cologno ; Mag?
nolia, Hodyosimia, Geranium and Fl?
Water; Genuine Lubin's Extracts; Sponges
Hair Brushes and Combs ; boat English Tool
Brushes; a fall assortment of Patent M.?
.^t; Coxo's Golatiuo, Corn Starch, Sea Mom
latino, Spices of all kinds, and a select sU* k
of all ai-tieit? 84jld by druggist* at prims as U w
as the same quality can Ix- obtained elsewhere
T^y F. CREIGHTON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATENT
MEDICINES, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
GARDEN SEEDS, Ac
C?nier Xing and Royal streets,
Alexandria, Virg
Ph siaiana' Prescrlptiona careful ;,
pounded.
Orders will receive prompt attention
Kennebec Ice.
Carload lots and country orders a sped ?
I Orders from families solicited and prow] J
attended to.
Leavo orders with drivers of red h au
ONS or by pos'al card or toleuhoue.
Prompt sorvice and satisfaction guara
WM. M. REARDON.
NO. 0 STRAND.
Between King and Prince streets
Telephone No. 50.
DB. J. H. LiWLER
Has Removed From Cameron strei t.
North Pitt Street.
DR. J. H.LAWLER, D. V.S..
GRADUATE OF N. Y. COLLEl ie
EBINARY SURGEONS.
Ringbones, Spavin and all Lami
Horse Cured.
Cows and Dogs Treated.
Besidonco 108 north Pitt street.
Office at R. L. Myers & Co
Bell 'phone No. 31-B.
Homo 'phone No. 36.
AInxmidri?' ' *
YOU WILL find
GRANDMA'S COUGH CAN]
a carefully modicated drop, a great
when suffering from throat trouble i r
effects of a cold, especially at bedtimi,
in? inflammation and wooing sleep,
ers and singers are invite to try tbi m
??rPrice 5c at all Stores.10
The GEORGE R. HILL CO.,
_AT.gXANDRIA. V*
TRAVELERS' LUNCH.
CUBAN HOT SHOT,
new cbackebs and cakes j
upon the market
five cents for a quart ol sw ee!
crackers.
Everybody can afford to eat Crai
Ask your dealer.
HILL BAKERY N. B Co. A lex
PILLOW INHALERS
aleep by applying curative sir to '
sages of the nose, throat and :
For catarrh, bronchitis, asttiri:.<? con*
etc Ask for descriptive ; ?. ;
e.s. LEADBEATER S S ?NS
Sole Agents for Alexandria ami
TRY a BOTTLE OF LEaDBEAWJJ
compound EX TEA i 3 > il 6>A :; *
RILLA, combined with lodid? a
and Iron. Formula on every bottle.
75 cents*
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