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V -VIX.---NQ. 257. " ALEXANDRIA. VA., SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29 1898. PRICE 2 CTS.
DIOINAIi \M L v m \g/ 17RTT eminent and skillful nited States is the au tue medical work that r young or old, should tn is l?r. R. V. Pierce, ?hief consulting physician H itel and Surgical fasti N V This is one of the nstitutions in the world, head of this institution, led by a staff of nearly hysicians. With the as if physicians, during irs, Dr. Pierce has pre y thousands of ailing worn ? Sense Medical Ad - pages and over 300 ? contains several chapters atment of diseases pecu A paper-covered copy is i] t of 21 one-cent stamps, g by the WorW* Dispen - iation, Kurtalo. X. Y. .M stamps, should read it. It tells ie that cures all disorders - from which women suf ine is I >r.-Pierce"s Favorite : acts directly on the deli ncerned in wifehood and It makes them strong, cons. It allays in flamma : ition, stops debilitating hes pain. It is the great I wies In the " Medical ds of women tell their ex > medicine. The "Favor is for sale by all guod CATARRH COLD 'n HEAD ?'raiie. Besior<-s toe seises of Full size 50c. Tri-.! si/o lists or hv m-iil ELY BROTHERS, ?r0 Warren street New York, JAPANESE piLE CURE ' C itnplete Treatment, consisting ol [ES, Capsules of Ointment and two, ? -.lent. A never-failing cure for Piles! re and degree. It makes an cjieraticn , which is painful, and often results] . rv. Why endure this terrible yack ? Written Guarantee in each' SI Box " ire, No Pay. 50c. and ?1 a box, 6 Jor Samples tree OINTMENT, 25o- and 50c Yl! I ? ' "1 DM "Cured. Piles Prevented, tm tU.iil Ii rt I l\Jl\ Japanese Liver Pellets, the ' STOMACH REGULATOR and : r<. Small, mild and pleasant . ..pud lor children's use. 5* -esc famous little Pefleta will : more of Pile Cure. . 1 a fkksh Japan ess Pile Cl itaijr w'.rouly fcv 701 KINQ STREET. For oTer Fifty Yearn : -Tried Remedy.?Mrs Syrup has been used for y millions of mothers for B toothing, with porfoct he child, softens the gums, ores wind colic, and is the Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the d .v.svrin evory part of the * " vo cents a bottle. Its value ? . ro and ask for Mrs. Wins ? : Syrup and tr.V* no otbnr kind. i?r.1" *? 'twlr A 25 Cent Box of minors malaria capsules nt an ! Curo Any Caso'of Chills and Fever. iT ALL DRUGGISTS. it ' iLlZKltS, Alt:. GE0.8. FRENCH Socretary. lodria Fertilizer d Chemical Company, M 1NUFACTURSB8 OF . Fertilizer Materials and Windsor Ground Plaster, 38 -TREET, BETWEEN UNION AND LEE ALEXANDRIA. VA. FOR FALL XI) WINTER TE AND CAREFULLY SE? LECTED STOCK OF 1 nderwear, Domestic Dry Goods, Notions and Furnishings ^EST PRICES. WE SELL NOTH? ING BUT THE BEST AT LOW I'RICES. A. C. SLAYMAKER, *9S KIXO ^TREF.T P SOVELTIE3 in Dresa Goods **?d Worsted Effecte iust received at A. C.SLAY MAX EE'S, 6 Months. 1 50 3 Months. 75 1 Month. 25 published daily and tbi-w5kkly at Garen? Building. 810 * 81? Prlnoe at TERM8: Daily. | Tbi-Wkekly. I Z6*1-.?5 00 I 1 Year.$3 00 0 Months. 2 50 3 Mouths. 1 25 1 Month. 43 1 Woek. 10 [ All transient advertisemeu,* must b? paid Tor in advance. I ontract advertisers will not be allowed to oa - ceeci thoir space unless the excess is paid for at transiont rates, and under no circum ?anceawiU they be allowed to advertise ?ther than their legitimate business in the space contracted fox. Marriage and death notices must bs paid for in advance. BcsolutioDs in momoriam, of trnvnks, tributot of respect, resolutions adopted bysocioti^ or persons, unless of public concern, will only bo printed in this paper a? adverts - inents. Sntcrwl at tho Postoffice Alexandria. Vl'ilrj. ia. as second-class matter.] A HOT TIME AT ACCA TEMPLE. Acca Temple, Mystic Shrine, held its regular meeting at the Masonic Temple last night, and there was a large atteu dance of Knights of the Fez. Regular work took up some time,af er which four victim were taken acrooS the burning sands, and in the hands of the most cruel of the Shriners were put through the new tortures invented for the occasion. Potentate Hotchkiss was in the chair and ali of his assistants at their posts of duty. As u>ual, something remarkable had to be done just to keep up Acca's re? putation, so Nobles Boykin, Sands, and S'reets fixed it. They attwndei Sipe & Blake's dog and pony circus aud found those gentlemen willing to help make things lively. As soon as the perfor? mance closed, Professor Blake ordered bis police-patrol wagon out andhitchid to it two of bis handsomest ponies. He next picked two of his trick dogs aud then another pony and a ridicg dog, aud just for the iun of it. ran in his t ick donkey, Colonel. Accompanied by Mr. Sipe, press agent J. W. MaxWtII, Policeman R-d ford, Messrs. Boyiriu and Sands, and a D.spatch man, the professor started to !he Temple. On the way he unfold'.1 bia plan, and it was most acceptable. Dogs, ponies, and all took the elevator, md weie soon on the 11 ior in which the Shriners were in session. The A ab p-trol assembled and the proceS30n 11 led into the Shriue room. Immedi a:eiy behind the patroi came the ponies, drawing the patrol wagon, driven bj tho Dispatch man. In tno wagon was also spated P.-liceman R-dford. Fol lowing came Professor Blake with his pets, ami then Colonel Boykin leading the donkey. Mr. S.reet interfered aod wasarre?' ed by Policeman Bedford and put ir> the patrol-wagon. Ail this was a com? plete surprise to the assembled Snrii e - and as soon as they had ceised lauub iat* Professor Blake had bis pets per form a number of tricks. Afrer the meeting adjourned a bit qnet was enjoyed by all. Poteuia ? Hotchkiss tbnuked Messrs. 8ipe & Blake for their part, ami informed Itieio tha.. a vote of thanks bad been r-solvd upon before the meeting adjourrjc-'. M myoid Shriners d-clar-d that the nf fa r was the most amusing they had ever witnessed.?[Richmond Dispaich. WANTS ANOTHER HUSBAND AT SIXTY-THREE. The New York Time* tells that Mrs Maria Pigeon, a nervous, bustling little woman of 03, announced last week thai she was agaiu in the matrimonial mar? ket after losing oue husband by death, a second who ran away, and a pros? pective third husband because he was tickle. She wants to lose as little time as possible, because, as she puts it, "life is fleeting and short, and there is no sense in remaining single when you can just as well be married." Mrs. Pigeon was disappointed. She had sued the prospective busband in the E'ghth street municipal court for money loaned and had lost. She said rhat she had married her first husband, Piueon, 37 years ago. "He died in 1S9G," she said, "and then I went to live with my married daughter in Bos? ton. Soon after I began to get love letters from Michael Tucker, who used to work with my husband in a shoe shop in New York. My daughter advised me to marry him, and I sent him ?10 to pay bis fare to Boston. He came, but insisted on marrying in New York, and that trip cost me more. When we arrived here I bad to pay for rooms. He borrowed a dollar of me, went out, and got so drunk tbBt he could not move. So I packed up and returned to Boston, and then went to Brooklyn. Tucker was after me again, and wanted me to set bim up a hoe shop, but on each day fixed for ;ho marriage he made some excuse." Dilatory Tucker disgusted her, and she married Patrick Divid Welsh, rented a shop for him. and bought $60 worth of leather. Tucker began woo? ing again, whereat Welsh became an? gry and ran away, and that was the last she saw of him. To get revenge upon Tucker a second time she sued him, and be swore that he had paid her every cent. She had dressed herself in her best before she went to court, and on leaving the house at 17S Thompson street she remarked to her landlord: "Perhaps Tucker's love may return wben he meets me in court." Justice Moore asked her: "Don't you think you had better quit getting married ?" She replied there was no sense in remaining single. Story of a Slave. To be bound hami and foot for years bv the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a slave was made free. He says: ' My wife has been so helpless for five years that sbe could not turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Elec? tric Bitters, she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work." This suoreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, sleepless? ness, melancholy, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy epells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak, sickiy, run down people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by E S. Allen and E. S. Lead beater & Boos, druggists. MEDICINAL. lBP?I?j In the Back? Then probably the kidneys. In the Chest? Then probably the lungs. <9 In the Joints? S 'Kien probably rheumatism. No matter where it is, nor what kind; you need have it no longer. It may be an hour, a day, or a year old; it must yield to Cherry piaster Immediately after applying it you feel its soothing, warming, strength? ening power. It quiets congestion; draws ou> inflammation. It is a new plaster. A new combination of new remedies. Made after new methods. Entirely unlike any other plaster. The Triumph of Modern Medical Science. The Perfected Product of years of Patient Toil. Placed over tho chest It is a powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry Pec? toral in tho treatment of all throat and lung affections. Placed over the stomach, it Btops nausea and vomiting; over th8 bowels, it controls cramps and colic Placed over the small of the bfck, it removes all congestion from the kidneys and greatly strengthen* weakness. For sale by all Druggists. J. C Ayer Co, Lowell, Mass. BOOTS AND 8HOKS. THE NEW SHOE FOR WOMEN. f-'O VTWEAB THKT IS COMFORTABLE ALL THE TIME. DAINTF.Y 8HOD ABE THOSE WHO WEAR THEM, AND HAPPY FEET AEE FOUND IN EVERY PAIR. COLD WEATHER IS COMING ON US, AND YOU NEED SHOES FOR YOURSELF. WIFE AND THE CHILDREN. BEFORE BUYING COME AND EXAMINE MY STOCK ; YOU WILL SAVE MONEY. I HAVE THE BEST; THEY ARE AL? WAYS THE CHEAPEST. IP. PAFE 42 t. KING STREET. _BAKERIES._ WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW. Owing to tho enviable notoriety gained by our sma 1 Maryland "Boat" Biccuits other bakers have put on tho market an ' IMITA? TION," which does not compare with ours, and in order that the public may ha ab!e to dis i riminato botweon the ? onuino and tho "IMI? TATION" we havo concluded to stamp each biscuit with tho initials of our rakory?P. B. BIRRELL & PETERS, 015 KING STBEET. N I.CKTIES, handsome assortment, at 125 and 50e: latest styles, at N O-TO-BAC?Tho best cure for the tobac co habit?50e and $1 a box. For sale by P. 8. LKADBEATER & SONS. LARGE SUPPLY OF BUCKETS TLB- and BAaKE t S tor sale by I /- T i T'"T?V B LEACHED SHEETINGS 0-4 at 16c Hud 10-4 at ISc, a b.trgain. at a t\ fij.aYaf AKEB*S PIQUE?Small line of short ends, good values, at A r. pi A YMAKFB'fl IGHT SHIRTS for mon at 39c, 50c and OC, : NIGHT E 75c, at A C SLAYM.AKEE'S. N EW PICKLES-Bunker Hill Pickles in bottles and by measure for sale at J. C. MILEURN'8. R 5*DY-MADE SKIKT^ und WRAP? PERS at CHAPMAN'S. 42-I King street. GERMAN-AMERICAN CANNED SAL? VAGE 10c per can at _J. C. MILBUgN S. EMNANTS OF BLEACHED COTTON to run at 6*^ per yard a bar.atn, at _A C. 8LAYMAKER'8. ENTIEE WHEAT FLOUR received Sep tember 16, 135)8, by f r MILBUgN AX FINISH FLWR OIL TRY IT. For sale by WA&f i?LD & HALL W AUCTIO o Auction CHAP Tl is wiok will I>j dcvo ed to the s*!o of somo r ro bargains purchased from the recent large snle by Grotga i, Mitchell i Co , of Bal tirnoro These goods are all in A 1 order and as the belcw p i c= ?rill indies.t ?. ate very chesp 50 dozen Dexter's Knitting Potton?, in I colors onlv Tsual prico 8c tier ball. This lot 3c perb a-L 1 lot of Boys' linen Boscni Shirts, eizes 1'2H2 and 13. 39c ijtiility for 25c. 8 dozen Men's Gray Shirts. Would be good va'ue for 50c. This lot 33c 8 dozen C:kiio!s' Hair Shut'. 75c quality This lot 50c. 7 dozen ladies' Vests Extra heavy, part wool Would bo good value at 50a This lot will go at 25c. CHAPMAN'S, 424 an :0: ?10 dozen Ladies' Kid Gkv.S. sizes (I to 71?.. Price $1. Colors and shades in tan and black. This is our u!d choice Fest r tfuik Gloves known to uo-rlv ?Ii Kid Glove 1 uyeis. I landkerchiefs. A la'KO shipment of Men's and Lid es' Linen Bemstitched Eland kerchiefs n l~\.c and 25c These tire wamntul lir.en gcods of superior grade with moderate prices con sidoiing the nire quality ol !he linens Corset Bargains. SoDnetto Corsets in sixHi 18 to 30. i'.ilors vhite ard gn.y. Pri<x75:. Oni i rices 45c. Tiio fit *if this popu'Ki make C< rs- t stands on i pat with all ihn leading mikes in America. Tm y vre loadi d down with comfort, flue gen? eral appearance and ? wearer of general note American Lady Corsets. We ?ro displaying several new patterns in the American Lady Corsets We oiler the lato.'t addition to stork, tho "Unb eak b!e.' If ladies sue-eel in breaking the '.'Unbreak? able." tboy can break * bank <:;ty or the un dorsigned. Siztsl8to30 Price $1.25. Warm Underwear. Opened October :27th mu: ra t of Ladies' "Hummer'1 Bibb d Vests and Pants, "-izes 3 to it Pricu 25c. A wonderful bargain, a fs.st seller and a warm friend to all ladies. Children's Bibbed Vests. Prices 15c, 20c and 25c Children's Plain Vests and Pants. Prices 8c, 10c and 15c. Bo?.s' Fleeced Undershirt* and Drawers, all si/.?s. Price 25c. Men's Wool Backed Fndcrsbirts and Draw? ers. Prico 50c. Worth $1. Wo expect to have these winter warmers p'aced in a ma ority of homes in this city. School Hosiery. Ohi'dren's School Hose in extra heavy ribbed, double sole, high spiked beds and the toughest hoso mado for tho roughest children. Bring in the wild children and clotho them in hosiery of wann h. strength, r.eitno? and with low prices. Sizjs ?>' to 10. Price l2V. :0: C. M ADAMS. 411 Kiiitf street A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. For Sale?The whole stock of goods usually embraced in a Retail China Store?belonging to the estate of the late J. H. Raines, No. 314 King street Good terms will be given to a purchaser ol the en? tire stock of goods. It is also for sale at retail at and below cost prices. Call and examine same. J. B. Watkins, Admr. oct2-t lw_ LOUB-Ono car, 125 barrels, freshly ground flour, including celebrated Poto mac Flour, just received by J _J. C MILBUBN. OB LIGHT WEIGHT, medium weight and heavy woo' ?NDEBWEAK go to _CHAPVAS'd MILD CBEAM CHEESE just received by J.O MLLBUEH DRV GOODS. T'y lU./.^n Ladies'Shaped Vests. Tluse are Fleeced goods and always soli nt 50c. This lot 37 W. 100 do/.ou Corsets, ficg'i'ur 50c qti?li'.y 39c. 1 1 to'assorted I n'erwenr for children Shirts, Pants Riid Frawois. The piicc of these in a regular way would >a go frctn 25c to 50c. Choiea of lot for this sale 15c. 1 lot full Begnlsr M.do Ladies' Stockings 25c value for 12^0. 1 lot of Infants' Cashmoro Stcekings, heau tiful qaality. Never sell for less than 25c pet pair. This lol l'2k,t\ 1 lot of Men's Undershirts 15c. Next week we wid call the attention of buyers to our large lino of ladies' Cape?. Ladies'Beady Made Skirts, ladiss' Waists. Ladies' Cotton Underwear. Ladies'and Child ren's Hosiery and Oo'setsaud Fur Collarette3 d 426 KING STREET. DRY GOODS. OTHEBWISE PUSH, HUSTLE & CO. The first choice is now of? fered you in our new stock of lall and winter selections of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, etc. We will quote a few oi our many bargains. -:<>: Coat and Cape Department. Magnificent tailor made 'oats, silk and tatin lined, in black and colors, at $12.50, *1<>. $9, $7.50. and $3.49 ' not'-or line, reg kr pri-o at $S ."?<?, youi :it $5. '-?egn'Mr SO ( oils ft ?.'5 49. sr, ro C?p * :-t i-i 4? $:i 60 Canes *t$l 49. A magnificent ftnmd Cloth ('ape, hand? somely braided. Angora trimmings. Regula) price Now $3.49. A complete iine of Child en's Coats at $2.49, $3 49, $4.98 and $0 D.s. Wrappers Wranp i s. ra'ico, at 5!),:. 7!h:, 89c and !H<: Wrappers, Henrietta, at !?He and $1.39, Waists. Wai-ts in cashmere, silk and satin, corded *nd tucked fron Is. latest styles, st $1.49, $2.49, $.'5 49, $3.99 and $4.88. Blankets and Comforts. B'ankets, white at 45c, 75o, $1.25. $1.75, $2 25, $2 60. *-'5 49, $4 and $12 Co!orort Blonke'S at 45c, 75e, !?0c, $1, $1 '25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2. C mfo.ts at 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50. Lose no time in coming to the great bargain show. Every feature ol the entertainment is replete with style, high quality and small price. Every act is filled with honesty, fair deal? ing and truthful representa? tion. COR. KING AND ROYAL STS. S?L?E~ ACETELYN BICYCLE LAMP REDUCED TO $2.75 AT HENRY W.WILDT'S IPG N Bova|street._ Our fall line of hats is now complete. All of the LATEST DESIGNS. The cele brated YOUMAN AND STETSON HAT* and the DUNLAP shape. Also the BEST DOLLAR It AT in the market. HOWELL'S, 412 King street. sep-0 2m KDin.VAL. I have been taking Piso's Cure for Consumption since 1883, [or Coughs aud Colds. I had an attack of Latrrippe in LS90, uud have bad others since. In the Winter of L89G-7, I had a spell of Bronchitis, lasting all winter, and leaving a troublesome cough, until 1 again tried Piso's Cure, which relieved me.?Mrs. M. P. Smalley, Colorado Springs, Colo,, August 11', 1808. V>- PISO'S CURE FOR roj ? (-?mi:r*.i:m;i#nifvTifj? mm ? t Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. In time. Sold by droKClsw. Uro Thr- PJso Company. Warron, Pa. w CONS U MPT ION ?? K U'I''>?AN-.'S SIOHK-. jBoui barding WITH BARGAINS. DOLLAR-STRETCHING VALUES. A dollar doesn't swell when jou bring it to us. [t simply looks bigger because it buys morn. When we've got something to blow about wo like to shout it out good und strong. 100 I ight-t p Coats, worth SI 2, our ] rice for them ?b\50. Men's Suits -S3 to $16 Boys' Long Pants and Coats SO 75 to $7. Children's Suits 79c to $ 1.5< I Children's Suits, snilor and vtstio, !'7c to f3 50. Mon's Bants 69c to $5. Boys' Knee Pants '25 ? to 81 Men's Overcoats $2.50 to ?12.50. Boys' Overcoats $1.50 to $8. Children's Cape Conts $1 to $5. fSf Our Clothing Department is on the tirst tloor now. Kau I'm a mi's COMBINATION STORES CORNER OF KING AND ROYAL STS. CJO.AI/ V-fi> v OOf). .?"30 THE LEVEE TU 4T MOVES THE COAL market in the interest of consumi rs is QUAfr itv. The qua'ity of our coal is of such a high grade tHat it will raise it in your esti mation on the first linking day, or the first cold snap that surprises you, if you havo a good supply in yooi bio. Wo will serve you promptly and at prices as low as the lowest J B. /JMMERMtN. Wharf and Yard?, foot of Queen stroet. Coal and Wood We have just completed ono of tho latest Improved appliances now in use for bundling coal Wo <tui doiiver to customers tho BEST GBAD^OF ALL KINDS OF COAL, clean, at the lowest market price?2241) lbs to tho ton Wharf and yard at the foo? of Prince street Office corner Duke and Fairfax streets. Telephone No 95 seplG3m DcWfLTON A ITCH ESPN. W. A. SHOOT. Ci. B. FAKNCH. W. A. smoot, JB. WM. A. 8M00T & CO. QOAL! COAL! On our wharf and to arriva durlnt ih? sea son a full stock of ANTHTL'.CITF CUMBEKLANDar-.. SPLINT COALS of the best quality and woll acroened. We will be pleased to supply our friondi and customers at lowo?: market price per to* of 2240 pound*, delivered at bouses, cars 01 boats. Telephone Call 57. COAL! COAL! WHITE AND BED ASH, SHaMOKLN AND LYE EN'S VALLEY. From tho famous names of ta? SUSO.UEEANNA COAL COMPANY. Pure Coal, well screened. 2240 lbs to the tor ALP0 CRUSHED COKE. oumbebland. new btveb a n p i-.i'lint goal. Families, Public institutions, xnd Manu Cactnxoxs ?up;.iic-d at lowest market rates. Ail orders ioft at office, 114 south St. Asaj b stroat, tolupbonod immediately to yards. J. B. ZIMMEEMAN, Wi'har/ r.nd Yard?, foo: of Qnoen ?troot? LAURENCE STABLER. NO. 701 KING STBEET. INSURANCE AGENT, Seprosenting tho following first-class Ilia insurance commnitt: LIVERPOOL LONDON AND GLOBE. HABTFOED. PHCENIX, of London. WESTCHESTER, of New York. HANOVER. PHCENIX, of Brooklyn. And others of same grado Soliciting the patronage o? ths public, I promise tho most c&roful attd&Uon to any bus* IHM sntrusted to ma. febl? K l?PMVj XVi s Vi m Go to a Friend For advico, to wouion for aympatby, to str?ngen for charity, but for bargains cotuo to us. Bragging is not our Iii e; there aro oiliers who can do ir. When we claim tiiat wo can and do sell b much lower than you can buy thorn else where, it is not boasting, but tho pla'n dyed-in-the-wool truth that needs but a trial to stamp it on your memory. SHOES! SHOES! Wo have in our stock tho latest styles of Men's, Ladies', Misses', Boys' and Children's Shoes of tho best and strong? est makes Wo show you tho finest and largest display of GENTS' FUBNI8H INGS in tho city. Kaufmannes COMBINATION STORES, CORNER OF KING AND ROYAL STS. CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, &c. Wo tit your mind as well as yonr bedy. Money refunded for the ask mg. Wo alter your clothes the same as your tailor. We hold our sales? men personally responsible that a GOOD-FITTING SUIT OF CLOTHES is given ysu. If you have a com? plaint to make let us hoar from you. $7.50 for three or four button business sack suits?plaids, ovcrplaids, checks and grays ia cassiuioro or cheviots. Well-made. Splendidly Trimmed. These suits aro loaders, and cannot bo duplicated in Alexandria. It is bard to sell you a suit on paper, so come in and wo will eoll you one in reality. R. Lee Field, One-Price Clothier and Furnisher, NO. 304 KING 8TBEET. WOOD AND COAL. WoodandCoal Best <iu?lity White ash, Bod Ash. Stovo, Furnace, Nut and George's Crook Cumber? land Coal, the Heat for blackamiihing Oak and Pine Wood, long or sawed and split. I can deliver to customers the BEST GBAD&s OF ALL KINDS OF COAL, clean, at the lowest market pri'e?2240 pounds to the ton Wharf and yards at tho foot of Franklin street. Orders left with B. E. Knight, 621 King street will receive prompt attention.: ?Telephone No. 110. R. E. GROVER. octiw 3m _ THOMAS J. FANNON, ?DKAXEE IN ? WOOD AND COAL, COB. DUKE AND HENEY ST BEETS. White Ash, Bed Ash, 8tovc, Furnace, Nut and Cumberland Coal. Oak and Pine Wood, long or sawed and split. The convenient location of my yards, hav? ing a railroad track running into them f> r unloading and loading, and my modern fa? cilities for handling Wood and Coal enables mo to sell at the lowest prices THOMAS J FANNON. Globe Mills Is the busiest place in this city, mak? ing "OUB PBIDE" and "E. L. P." It is the town talk. Ask for new process PATENT COBN MEAL. It is delightful. Have no other. j n UNION STREET. PHONE 29.