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xcjDAY EVENING, SEPT. S3 if98.
UH'AL MATTERS. .^ ; tho Gazette would confer a .. - promptly of any failure riorsto deliver tho Gazette irly. Mail subscribers are I to report whenever thoir ?? ot irregularly. ppersvw ?-?? row at 6:15 a. tn and fflgh water at 7:..'J a. ui. . pKOBABUUTIKS.?For this : and Thursday ; warmer i m t variable winds, becoming -Ex-Mayor Strauss, who ;>:ircbastug goods, has return*1 ! :k, of New York, is the . Herbert Bryant. Armstrong is quite sick e oa i'riuce street. ol Mr. H. C. Ansley have . Seminary Hill, where Iber spent the summer. D linitertield has returned from Jamestown, K. I., where she stunt tl e summer. - c. Vedder, of Fairfax, Is visit si lence of Captain Herbert .w 11 the guest of Mrs. - fredericksborg W. Deahl and her daughter, Mies \ isiting Mrs. P. J. Affieck >: - Mover, manager of tho Postal I t able Company's office in , irrived hero at noon on a visit to . Wheatloy, of Alexandria, is i ber, Officer (Katies A. Goro ? visit here for a uumbirof tior uiauy frionds were glad to again to the ;burg.?[Fred v ' Hunter has returned to Wash . . .-it of some weeks to relatives Winchester News. U Brent has returned from ere she has spent a part of ;ner, who has been quite past three week, is able to bo out of Mrs. George 8. French es unit proved. > ise .".as returned from Hyatt-I? re she spent the summer. ' Fitch, jr, sou of Hon A. P. .??.roller of New York, is the end and collego mate. Bobeit : "Warwick," Alexandria coun : tese young gentlemen aro of . nate cUss of '9S. M Love, jr., recently assigned to uty-first U. S. lufantry. will leave j - N. Y., to-morrow where his I stationed Mrs. Love will re* j city for the present. Gibson has returned from a visit ? n-law, Mr. J. E. Mushbach, in ie doctor is much improved it: says Mr. Mushbach is doing well in bis ??? -:( ra borne M try Miller has returned from a blue Bidge Summit, Pa. -. . Covkt.?Judge J. M. Love ing.?Iu the case oi the Common h against Thomas R. Hellmuth i g liquor without a license, the ifter being out all night, returned ct this morning of not guilty, the defendant was discharged, ttb had been lined SiMO by a rate and had appealed his case. - case of George N. Saegmtiller Mrs. Emma Jewell, on applies for a new road, was continued un second day of the October term at : -t t for trial. case of the Commonwealth at George \V. Yates, charged with ing near a public road, was called e attention of the court by J. E. nt8, attorney for Mr. Yates, and by consent of the Commonwealth's at ey a nolle pros, was entered and defendant and hi? bondsmen dis irged. County Treasurer Wibirt submitted bis liste of delinquent land sales for the years 1S95 and 1S96. Harrison vs. Cook; case dismissed at complainant's 'cost. The gambling cases of Simmons and others were continued till the next term. Coin. vs. John Heath, indicted for -elling liquor without a license; motion ;o quash overruled; jury and verdict ol ?ot guilty. Com. vs. John Heath, indicted f< r -??Hing liquor on Sunday, nol. pios. en tered. Circuit Court for the City.? ''. E. Xicol presiding.?J. Drei fus .v Co. vs. C. Ponnet; special plea led and case continued. A. C. Murdaugh vs. W., A. ? ML V Ry. Co., suit for ?=3,CH?0 damages for persona] injury; demurrer to declara lion; demurrer sustained; leave to p aiutiff to amend declaration in CO lys and case continued for defend? ants. >ouglasa Gordon vs. Home Tele me Co.; reports of R ceivers Knox and .Marbury confirmed; lease of Jan ney lines annulled and lines res'ored Janney; rules ngaiust several eub ribers dismissed and decree against ? r small subscribers; order for sale ' personal property and fixtures of company, and J. M. Johnson and A. W. Armstroug appointed commission? ers of sale. Mel rose Lind Co. vs. Geo. Uhler; and case in nroyresp. : ? a !. Services ?The revival ser - being held in the Auditorium of Hail road Reading Rooms are be Qg more and more interesting each mid the attendance is in easing. A iaree crowd was out last to bear Rev. Mr. Masters, of y Church. H? preached from >xl found iu I*aiah 5i>-2?"But ;ities have separated between your God, and your sins have face from you, that he will not The sermon was very instruc live aud he bad the attention of all - his discourse, in which he ; the sinner to give up the little separated him from his God. Masters was assisted in the cou service by Rev. Wm. Owen, ?ture of these meetings is the I singing, in which all join very iiastically, acd much credit is ' Mr Edwin Keid for his efforts in it a success. To night the ser ? - will be in charg? of Rev. Clarence - of Grace Episcopal Church, .';,'? 1 a good attendance is expected, song service at 7:45 is greatly en? dall are invited to take part :;: '.hesame. Worth Knowing, ia a 3tora at the northeast corner of ?nd Duke streets which !or several - attracted theattention of bujers of cries and table delicacies. People there from all parts of tho city be 'V Know that they are getting the goods at tho lowest prices. Mr : = ..tying in a large stock for fall He bought a large stock pf teas In- ore the war tax was on. and ho - - his customers tho advantage of his You will tiud it to youradvautago tuber this store. Fresh egg*37cand -aal prices for to-morrow, i 23 ?o2w P?lich CorjBT.?Mauor O. L. Sirrin son presiding.?The following cases were disposed of this morning ? Wra.O'poDneU,?rre8tedby 0fflo8r Arring ton charged with being drunk and with die orderly conduct, \v.*s dismissed. rJi!f i^?5""L,Colore:1' trres*?d by Officers Lyles and Wilkinson charged with disoiderly conduct, was dismissed. Edward Bryant, colored, arrested by Offl. rersT ylosaml Wilkinson charged with dis? orderly conduct, was dismissed. Thomas Farrell, colored,arrested by O?iccr bherwood charged with disorderly conduit whs dismissed ' Henry Mason, colored, charged with as saultmg l oha Johnson, colored, bad his caso continued. Night SeporU?Last night was clear and aestat^^^ ?* l0J^ ? Wedding ?a very pretty wedding vas solemtiiz-d yesterday evening at i be r. stdeoce of Mr. Henrv Kelley, on south I atrick street, when his daugh? ter, Mis* Maud L, became the bride of Mr. Hugh Latham. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Payne, of Warrenton, who is temporarily sta? tioned here, in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties. After a recep? tion at the bride's residence, Mr. and Mrs. Latham left on the Norfolk boat for a trip through southern Virginia and the Carolinas. No AcnON TAKEN.?In the County Court on Monday the grand juty, of which A. S. Djniphan was foreman, recommended to the court the dismiss? al from otlito of Mauistrate Valentine Sellers and Constable Gains. Sellers was reported with interfering with the regular dispensation of justice. The court informed the jury that if any ac? tion was to he taken looking to the removal of couuty officers the charges would have to be preferred in writing and the cases tried. Here the matter dropped. LOOAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Laura Denty Davis died at her home iu lower Fairfax county yesterday. It is reportol that the drivor of a baker's wsgon is short in his accounts A case of scarlet fever is reported at No. f S'20 Duke street, a house occupied by colored people. The tug Templar, after an absence of two week-at Bah mira and Newport News, has returned to this port. A uumbor of members of tho order of tho Eastern star, now in session iu Washington, were in thrs city to-day sight-s' eing. The sessions of the Episcopal Theological Seminary and of the Episcopal High School j resumed to-day after tho summer vacation. Pcuriiious cards rcdectirg on the pastor of] one of the colored churches were posted in a number of public places in tin city last nicht The steamer Dennis Simmons, loaded with lumber to Smoot ?.te Co , arrived here yester? day from Wiliiamstou, N. 0., and sailed Ihsi night. M.s Eli/nli th. wife of Edmund P. Her ho-t, died iu Baltimore yesterday a! the resi? lience of her brother-in-law, Mr. Frank M. I Parker. A guessing party will be held at th:' rosi- i deuce of Mrs. C. Herbert, 111 south Colum? bus street, tor tho benefit of the M. P. Chun h on Thursday Mini Friday nights. It is unden-toDd that Mr .1. F. Eirrell. late of the Alexandria Stosm Bakery, will soon tit up the old Appich building, on King street, between Washington and at. Asanh, and open a first class bakery there. Henry Williams, colored, the man who, it is said, waa assaulted on Saturday night by Ueury Mason in the bouse of Ceiia Johnson, in the southwestern part of the city, is said to bo suUeriug severely from bis injuries at his homo in Fairfax county, below this city. A letter from King Oeorgo county says : "Tho Potomac in this section was never more alive with oyster vesssels : they aro almost numberless, aud it is not to bo wou''ercd at that oysters aro becoming to scarce. It is said there have nevor been so few oysters as aro found iii'this river this season, yet tbeoys termen must make money or they wetiid not be encouraged to come in such fleets as they do." Colonel Paeky Ike Downs?Colonel Parry Lee Dciwui. :i weil known mem? ber of the Ball'inoro bar, was yesterday t< :i tonced to three years in tho penitentiary for obtaining mouty bj false rcpreseutatioi.i. He pleaded guilly to that charge, and eleven other indictments against him for forgery were settled by Hate's Attorney Duffy. Col. Downs was well known in this city, where for some yosrs, he attended school. After leaving tehoo! he took a coursa of law and was admitted to practice in O-liimore. Ho was a member of Governor Jack-on's et? 11* A Baltimore paper says that on January 31, 1800, he was arrested at his boms lor the ,o gery ef tho name of his mother, Mrs Mil? dred C. Downs. He gave "stiuw"' bail. whi< h bo 'jumped," and evaded arrest umil last June. He waa leleutle s'y pursued ty fie detective lirm of Smith, West and Lyou, and captured iu Chicago Wlnlo a fugitive he had some rcmarkab'e experiences He was hslf owner of a weekly papor in Chicago.be was in Cuba for several months, aud in Ja? maica, British Honduras and Mexico Dur? ing his travels bo was lecturing and giviug readings. Ho went to Greoeo during the war there in 1H?0 and 1.S07, and fought some time against the Turks. Fo then returned 11 Chicago aud was prospering when airested. Baseea nr..?The following is tho rosu'.t of the National League games played jesto: day : Baltimore 11, w ashington 2; Boston :". Biookiyn 1;Cincinnati 0, Cieve'aud Chb'igo 5, Pitts! urn 4; Pniladelphia 11 -iw Vork 7; Lou-villo 10, St. Louis 7. The following is the standing of the clubs : Won. Lost. For Cent Boston. 92 44 .070 Baltimore. ^7 48 .0 11 Cincinnati. 85 55 .<>0: Clevolaud. 75 60 .656 Chicago. 77 63 .5..t> New Vork. ~2 04 .5-0 Philadelphia. 68 til .515 Pittsburg. 67 72 482 Louisville. ('-'5 71 .400 Brooklvn. 40 7!) MS-i Washiugtou. 45 92 .328 St. Louis. 35 100 .259 To-day's Schedule:?Chicago at Louisville ; Philadelphia at New York. ? ? Glorious Neu - Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile. of Wasbita, I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which bad caused her great sutiering for years. Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is com? plete aud her health is excellent." This shows what thousands have proved.? that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and runmng sores. It pitmulaies liver, kidneys and bowels, expels loisons. helps digestion, builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold by E S. Allen and E. S. Leadbeater & Sons, druggists. Guaranteed._ ? Ntl'lTNUBED DOLLARS.?A reliable fraternal insuranre order will pay this sum for tho organisation of a local lodge in .his or any other community to introduce its excellent system of protection to home and family. Privilege given to only one person iu a community. Success may lead to perma? nent profitable employment Spare time well employed in a trial. Please give occu? pation ?g9 aud references. For particulars address P. 0. Bex 35S, Bichmood, Va.^ ^ Tt-IOS sale cheap. HORSE AND BUGGY. Horso ejsht years old. souud and geutle. Arply at 4*1 King street. seP~? 3t Daughter of the Confederacy.? Since the death of Miss Davis the friends of Miss Lucy Lee Hill claim that she is entitled to recognition ea the "Daughter of the Confederacy." Miss Hill now resides in Chicago. She succeeds Miss Davis by reason ol a preferment formally bestowed upon her four years ago at Birmingham, Ala. The daughters of the two great Confederate leaders were the only children thus honored. She is the daughter of the late distinguished Gen. A. P. Hill, god-daughter of Gen. Lee and niece of Gen. John Morgan, the famous Kentucky raider. Firemen's Convention.?The State Firemen's Association annual conven? tion began at Newport News to-day. Twentj-tbree members of the Voluc teer Firemen's Association of Philadel? phia arrived yesterday. The city is in holiday attire and is giving the firemen a rousing reception. Mr. Willitm Abies, who is marshal of the Philadel? phia delegation and who is also histo? rian of its organization, will make an addiess at the banquet to be held to? night. monetary AnTcOMYIMWAI. New York, Sept. '28.?A feverish tone eharactizod the dealings at the opening of the stock market this morning and there were further declines, hut later a demand for stocks chiefly from the short account caused a number of sharp recoveries. Government bonds were unchanged. WHOLESALE PKICES IN ALEXANDRIA Flour Extra. 2 75 a 3 03 Family. 3 50 a 3 75 Fancy brands. -I 00 a 4 25 Wheat, longborry. 0 04 a 0 6G Mixod. 0 62 a 0 G4 Futtz. 0 02 a 0 64 Damp and tough. 0 50 a 0 55 Corn, white . 0 155 a 0 37 Yellow. 0 35 a 0 36 Corn Meal. 0 40 a 0 41 Byo. 0 38 a 0 40 Oats, mixod. 0 30 a 0 31 White. 0 33 a 0 34 Butter, Virginia, packed. 0 10 a 0 12 Choico Virginia. 0 1"> a 0 18 Common to middling... 0 9a 0 10 EggB. 015 a 0 10 Roof, hind quartors. 0 1U a Oil Fore quartorB. 0 4 a 0 5 Livo Chickons (hens). 0 8 a 0 9 Spring do. "11 a 012 Potatoos. Vs.,bush., large 0 75 a 0 90 Onions, por bushel. 0 DO * 1 00 Apples, bbl. 2 60 a 3 26 Driod Peaches, peolod.... 0 7 a 0 Unpoeled. 0 3 K 0 4 Driod Cherries. 0 7 a 0 7'ij Driod Apples. 0 2^ c u 3 Bacon, country hams. 0 OVfe a OH) Bost sugar-cured hams. 0 9*^ * 0 20 Butchors' hams. 0 !>'<? i 0 10 Breakfast Bacon. 0 9^ a 010 Sugar-cured shouldere. 0 0 a 0 Oiy Bulk shouldors. 0 5^ a U 6 Dry Saltsidos. 0 t> a U Sty Fat backs. ? 5^8 0 5:,4 Bollios. 0 6% a ? Smokod shouldors. 0 G a 0 G';i Smokedsidoe. 0 (,H2 * 0 ?;:l4 Lard. 0 G a 0 C"4 Smokod Boof. 0 14 ? ? 18 Sugars?Brown. 0 4^ ?? 0 4.% Off A. 0 5 a 0 53? Conf. standard A. 5 48 * 5 48 Granulated. 5 t>0 a 5 GO Coffees?Bio. 0 9^ i 0 14 LaGauyra. 0 IG a 018 Java...... 0 1G a 0 2G Molassos B. S. O ? a 0 14 C B. 0 M a O 22 New Orleans.. 0 20 s 0 45 Porto Rico. 0 18 a 0 28 Sugar Syrups. 016 a 0 22 Horring. Eastern por bbl G 00 a 7 00 Potomac No. 1. ^ ~5 a 3 I 0 Potomac ramiiy roo. 3 50 a 4 00 Do. half barrol. 175 a 2 00 Potomac Shad. 7 00 a 8 (X) Mackerel, small, oer bbl.. 12 00 a J 5 GO No 3 medium. 13 00 a 14 00 No. 3 largo fat. 14 00 a 1G 00 Xo. 2. IG 'XI a 17 00 Plaster, ground, pei ton.. 4 50 a 5 00 Ground in bags. 6 Ou a ? 50 Lump. 3 50 a 3 75 Clover Sood. 3 75 a 4 25 Timothy. 1-40 a 1 50 Old process Liusoed Moal 33 OP a 32 00 Salt?G. A. 0 60 a 0 65 Fine. 0 90 a 100 Turk's Island. 1 00 a 1 ( O Wool?long, unwashed... 0 19 a 0 21 Washed. 0 24 a 0 2G Morino, unwashed. 0 12 a 0 34 Do. washed. 0 30 a 0 22 Cottonseed Meal.21 00 a 22 50 Hulls. G50 a 7 00 Cotton Sood Mixed Feed. 12 00 a 13 00 sumac . 0 70 a 0 75 Hav . 10 Of) a 13 00 rut do. 14 00 a 1G 00 Wheat Bran por ton. 14 50 a 1 -r> 51 Brown Middlings.13 00 a 15 00 White Middlings. 14 00 a 15 00 Alexandria Market. Sept 2S. The prico3 for grain continuo unchanged and the Otterings are light. Country Produce is quiet and Potatoes are lower. Provi=ims am steady. THE DIAMOND SPOUT.?A Docessity for condensed milk. It abolishrs dip ping the spoon in the milk and is cleanly and economical. No dust or flies can enter the milk. Try ono E. S. LEAD3EATEB & SOS\ THORP'S AUriZYMOTIC SOLUTION is a perfectly odorless antiseptic and dish - fectant. For purifying the infected atmos? phere of sick rooms it has no equal For sale by E. S. LEADBEATER & SONS. 50c for a quart bottlo_ K~EMNANt70F BLEACHED COTTONS, yard wide, 1 to 10 yard pieces, vaiious makes, WamsutU and Pride of the West in? cluded ; your pick at 7c : at A. ('? sLAYMAKEB'3. C1ASTILE SOAP and Turkish Bath Cloth J This 6oap is made from pure Olive Oi pressed from prime fresh oiivos, retaining the natural color of tho fruit. Price 10c. Xt n T VI liPElTFP * pokp ANOTHER balo of that extra heavy UN BLEACHED OOTTi N to run at 5c. Best viluo ever offered at price. Just rc? ceivod at __ A. r. SLAYMAKERfl N~~EW LINE OF SWEET, ORR & CO.'S OVERALLS and JACKETS just le coived at __..? _A. C. SLAYMAKER'S. REMNANTS EXTRA HEAVY UN? BLEACHED yard-wide COTTON, one yard to ten-yard pieces, to run at -L. just re? ad vedat_A. C. SLAYMAKEL'S. REMNANTS OF BLEACHED COTTONS and CAMBRICS Among them are Wawmttas, Ac.; just rccciv.d to run at 7c. at A C. fa LA YM A k EE'S. PERCALE SHIRTS.?Fine hue with col? lars detached ; extra value at 50c; col? lars attached 39c ; just received at A. C. SLAYit AKFR'S. SEA ISLAND PERCALES in dght colors 1 yard wide, reduced Iroui 12^ to 11 C to c'.can out stock, at A. C. SLAYMAKER'S, tt^ouE?Small line of short ends, good AT values, at A 0. SLAYMAKER'S. GOOD COFFEE cheap, freshly roasted at my atoro, 12c per pound. j C. Ml LRU BN. GERM SAG AN-AMERICAN CANNED SAU E 10c per can at J. C. MILBURN S. c c M ANTON FLANNELS, extra heavy and l'ood, at all prices, just received at A. C. SLAYMAKER'S. HOICE LOBSTERS 20c per c?n st J. C. MILBURN'S ILD CREAM CHEESE just received by J.C, MLLB?&N ORT goods. Woodward d l?ih, Ulli and F SB., N. W. FALL OPENING -of? PARIS AND LOKDON MILLINERY. Wo uro exhibiting direct importations of exclusive Paris and London models in Hats, Tof[ues, and Bonnots; also latest novelties in Fancy Neck Pieces and Ostrich Boas. We show charaiiDg creations from the Paris auto.rats of stylo? Virot & Berthe, Heitz Boyer, Julia, Linn Faulkner, Mine. Alvin, Feweley Carlier, Loys and Marescot Coeurs. The collection is ono of raro beauty and e'eganoo?tho best wo have ever attomptod ?and comes to us direct, being solectod by the bead of our Millinery Department, who has recently returned from Parisand London, where she spent several woeks studying tho styles and makiug selections for the presont season. Wo 6how from London tho latest ideas in English Bound Hats, Walking Hats, Turbans, aud style?, osrocially designed for drivingi shooting, horseback, and bicycle riding, golf and gouoral outdoor wear. Wo have devotol special attention to Mourning Millinery; also to Children's and Misses'Millinery?each of which wo show in Separate section apart from the fancy goods. JZSr-A welcome is extended to all. Milliuery Parlor.-.?Second floor. CHILDREN'S If]'ALL SHOES. 1 be constantly increasing business in this branch of our fhoc Department is owing to the fact that tho stylos are tho newcFt, tho leathers the best, tho workmanship the finest, and the prices exceedingly moderate. Our thoe business grows as rapidly as the public comprehends tho shoe^ and their prices. The now location of 1-hoe Department Uhird tloor, adioining Women's Beady-to' wear Outer Garments! has mot with general approval ItatT. ds b i. r light, better ven til lion, rdbe.tnr facilities nouorally Tho incrtase ' spare bilow- us to show grown folks aud children's Shoes in practicaUy separate de? partments, and eaables US to enlarge the as? sortments in both br.riches and servo our cus? tomers more intelligently and more srtisfac lorily than ever before. Children's Shoes in never so excellent as? sortment; latest and bo^t htyies for school' play, and dress-up-wear. <>ur guat. nice goes with every pair of shoes wo sod. Six elevators make the Shoe Store easy and quick of access. &Sr-GOOD? DELIVERED 1? ALEX? ANDRIA. Woodward & Lothrop, loth, i ith & F Sts., n. w.. Washington. D. C. luga"/.' NOTICES. VIBGISI;. : In .ho Clerk's office of tho (ireuit ourt <. the county of Alexan? dra on the 128th da.<- of September, 1898. Kofhat Marcoy and Margaret A. Marcoy, bis wife, pi in id's, against Aimi/a Marcoy and ethers, aef< odauts. In chancery, memo. The object of thissui is to ratify and con ft ini the partition mado of the real es t?te of William Marcey, docossed) situate in Alexandr a county, Virgiuia, by Henry W. Fehn y. James Doualdsou and Samuel Titus, and to obtain a decree thai tb'j hoirs of said William Marcoy and their assigns shall hold the parcols allotted to thorn respectively in ea d partition, in severally. The defendants, Annie E. Powell and Charles H. Bowell, her hu.Onnd ; William D. tint t, Robert d- Hurst, Faunio H S-atig?r and Hoi ry P 1 anger, her husband ; Annie H. .\!a - .ie uttd Nalh.vjiol M. Mac ao, hor bus ban ! ; Ueorgo W. Payne a::d Mary C, his wife; Lillio Payne, Freddie Beach and James V. Beach, her hu band; Annie B. Walker, John E. mith. Andrew Wall, !ohn A Pros cot I and Wiiii: m K Ellis, not having entered their appearance and giveu security, accord iug to the act of Assembly and niles of this cmiit, and it appearing by an allidavit that they aro nou residents of the State, it is ordered that the defendants appear here with? in fifteen days after pubii'atiou of this or? der, and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit, and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in the county of Alexandria, once a week for four successive weeks, and posted at tho front door of the Couit House of this county, on tho first day of the next term of the County Court. Test: H.H. YOUNG. Clerk. James B. Catou, p. q. sep28 wlw PROPOSALS._ PROPOSALS. Alexandria. Va., Sept. 12, 1898. Sealed proposals will bo received up to Monday, Or tober 3d, at 8 o'clock p no . for furnishing TWENTY-FIVE 'IONS WHITE ASH EGG ai.d TH?ES TONS OF NUT COAL; also FOURTEEN CORDS OF OAK wood, to be delivered at tho City /lms House on or oeforo the 10lh day of Oc ober Bills should be addiessed to tho undersigned and they will be opened at the Auditor's of fice on Monday, October 3d, at 8 p m. The committee reserve the tight io reject Hiiy ani all bids. By order of theCommittco on Poor. 8epl2 td J. EL TB1MYEB. Chairman T HIRTY-THREE YEARS OFtUCCESS FOL BUSINESS 1? VIKGINIA. m OF BALTIMORE. ?hctts -- ? ? : $1,865,000 STCPlV': ' : : : ? ??rlh? Company for an Agent Wto Desires a Good Contract "Ta=5> Competent, reliable and industrious men can leadily make $1,000 a year as county or disttict agents for the Maryland Life Insur? ance Company of Baltimore under the par? ticularly desirable contracts granted by this company. Every county (r district agent re? ceives the compensation usuaby paid to a general agent. A'-m-d also a reliable and successful Special Age-.t to write applications personal!* und co at-siM district agent in elos ing bus*?"ess. For ful. and aetailed particn MABYLaIsD LIFE INSURANCE COM i 'A N \^J^tn;miJdd ? s ipl-i c o 1 w ALAEGE stock of carefully selected Teas f016ale l0*^_L0M3LBUBN EST CEE4MERY BUTTER inonepcund prints for sale at &$amm ?i"THE very best 25c W?3KING ^^j?S;A ?4 King street. LOT T'lPOSTED HaLF HOSE, H'.-ni* dorf bhtck to run at ltfjc Dor pjir at UorI A. (', SLAYMAKER S. -T ^\v~pEl/T 2? .?California Prunes, 1898 IN rron. received r>y _l C MILBURN. /^H?ltCH CANULES, Pure jaeeowax v J Candles, for sale by \j Canutes, f. ft MTLBTTBH, DRY GOODS. 1 J, We extend a cordial welcome to our friends and the general public, j Our grand fall open? ing Tuesday, Sept. 27. No invitation cards to be issued. Evening reception to be held from 8 to 10 o'clock. Prof. E. M. Dunn's Fine Orchestra will be in attendance. 316 KING STREET. FURNITURE. Comfort Is what we all want?Solid Comfort. To obtain this visit , Ruben and Sons, AND GET A MORRIS CHAIR. It is within tho reach of every one To think, wo will sell a Morris Chair for ?3.25, M*do of oak, with corduroy cushions. Won? derful valuo ; do uot let this chuaco slip M. RUBEN & SONS, THE FUBNI3HING HOUSE, 601 KING STREET. Your Kitchen Fire can bo managed more ccomically when using our high grado LEE MINE COAL than any coal that is mined. It takes time and work to keep coal well-screened and clean, hut the patronage of the pnb)ic is increased by it, and it pays u3 to sell nothing but the beat grades and rloanest coal to bo found. We deliver your orders promptly. J. R. 2irnmerman, 'Phfue IS. : Foot of Queen street ~ YOU NEmr?TsT A salt Bnakei that dees not pack that will work every time. Tho ' \LT)EN" is its name snd tho cos* is 10. each < r 3 for 25c. Try it j ad you will not use any other j v"e al'jo have a new EGG BEAT- j ;R for 15c. Something entirely i iew. and that wll beat eggs quick. ! er and with le53 labor than any hea,tcr od the market E. J. MILLER & CO., _317 King Street. TT^OR RENT ?Tho new brown stone fron JO ENGLISH BASEMENT HOUSE. No 819 Prince street, in perfect order. Con? tains 12 rooms, has hot and cold water on three floors and now furnace, i* furnished with electrical appliances aDd has ail mode:-n improvements. Possession _iven after Octo? ber 15. Apply to EeP26 lw_M. R HA.RLOW. T7-LNE LINE GENTLEMEN'S DRESS j JJ SHIRTS, best material and perfect fit, at j all prices, at A. C, SLAYMAKER'8. [ DRY GOODS. 0 0 :0: FALL STYLES. :0: We have opened the season with a stock of goods that beats the record for beauty and low prices. We will close it with a big stock disposed of and the best pleased lot of customers you ever saw. Be fair with yourself and come and see our stock of WILTON'S, MOSAICS, AXMIN8TEBS, WILTON VELVETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPE3TBY BRUSSELS, INGRAINS, ETC., ALSO A FULL LINE OF ART SQUARES, BUGS, OIL CLOTHS, NAPIER MATTING, COCOA MATTING, RATTAN MATTING. No question about the above goods pleasing. None made better. No question about prices being satisfactory. None can sell cheaper. Be wide awake and early in the field. -:0> _GROCERIES._ t&FRamsay Sells ihi ' FANCY LOBSTER AND SALMON, JN HALF POUND FLAT CANS. G.WM. RAiMSAY. STRICTLY PURE CIDER VINEGAR FOR SALE BY G. WM. RAMSAY NEW BARATARIA SHRIMPS. G.WM. RAMSAY. CREAM OF WHEAT FOB SALE BY G.WM. RAMSAY. IIUYLER'S COCOA FOB SALE BY G.WM.RAMSAY. DRY GOODS. Now Opening An immense stock of Fall and Winter Woolen. Underwear for Men, Ladies, Misses, Boys and Infants. Price 5c, and tho more expensive partial classified price list io issue of Septem? ber 29 and thereafter in each Thursday's issue until January 1st. Now opening our Fall and Winter Assort? ment of Hosiory. Thi3 large stock of new Hosiery will upieioot nearly all patterns, qualities and prices. Look for an itemized half columa card about Hosiery in other issues. s. Tho American Lady Corsets are still mak? ing inroads on all inferior makes of Corsets now presented for inspection in this city. Comfort is the main feature of these Corsets. Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs. Suspenders, Towels, Hair Brushe-, Per? fumery, i^o kwear. "woaters. Pocketbooks, Worsteds and almost an entirely now stock of goods opening for inspection. Wo enter our 2,'lrd ye.tr of business ma? nipulation with greater prospect of eou'inui'. successfull bus'ness expansion. No auction, No secoiids No shopworj goods sold in our establishment- In this way wo retain tLo support of all ' a^ .rs or every shade and tasto. C. M. ADAMS, 4] 1 King street. _WANTED. WANTED - Fvery hu'.y in Alexandria to know that Oiey can buy tho la'est SHEET MUSTC at B. E. KNIGHT'S, ?121 King street, oi 25 cents. Othe. music 5 cents. A FAiBY IN DISGUISE Is tho person who odV.rs relief to the afllictod with rheurnHtbui, lumbago ui.d all kindred ailments. We oiler relief in our LUBBICAT ING LINIMENT, which wo have been sell? ing for ino-o than thirty years, and which ha* gained a Bplendid loputation. as it con? tains a combination of lemedies which striko at tho root of those troubles. It is now put up in vory large bottles, nuking it by far tho most economical twenty Gve-cent liniment on the mirkot For long-standing ta-:es <>UB KHXU&fATIC 8PECIE1 3 should bj used also to cfJ'ect a perfect < ;:r". E S. LEAD IF \TEB Si BONS, Druggists, . . . ._Established 1792. $ 1 00 EEWARD for a llour that will mako as good bread a?. "Globe Mills Pride." Wo guarantee trcnt^ mere loave.-, to tho barrel. Do not fail to make the t^at nnd find out for yjurselvcs. ''Globe Mills" llour ie maKingmore frisndt every day. Our sales arc doubling .?;ry we^k. Jf y?u |ifc0 good bread ask \\.ur groccc ^or "Globe Mills Pride" and "E. L 1." Globe M.Us run night an! lay trying to keep jp to their orders for th.-'sc superior flours?"Pride" and "E. L. P " D./ not use any othor when you can get fiour madoatyour home miilr from cnoieo Vir? ginia whoa, right at your door. Bell Tele? phone 29. J. W. Emmert & Co* Our fall line of hats is now "ompiete. All of the LATEST DESIGNS. The cele Orated Y' 'UMAN AND STLTiON H*T and tho DUNT-AP shape. Also the BEST DOLLAK HAT m the market. HO WELL'S, 412 King street. eep20 1m A 25 Cent Box of URN'S MALARIA CAPSULES Will Prevent and Cure Any Caso.of Malaria, Chills and Fever. AT A\L DP UC GISTS. jy5 3rr_ T?NTIBE WCd"* Ff.OUB received Sec JLu tember IG. 18U8, ? ' Vf'T 9\ s MALL WTNTJEB C'RED H^lMS for Bummer use, very' nue, for sale at 12c by J. C. M1I.BUBN.