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VOLUME CIV.?NO. 221
ALEXANDRIA. VA, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2?, 1903.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
Sick ??*? steals mort ?maga than tke
burglar. Slowly, coin by coi?, Ht?
money that ha? L?m so hardly sereed
i? paid out /or drugs aad doe*?*?, luca?
nes? ie the worst en?my ef the working
man, and the common cauee o f the work?
ing man's sickness is disease of the
stomach often involving the heart, lungs,
liver, or kidneys.
The use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med?
ical Discovery will stop the stealing of
the savings by sickness. It ctfes dis?
eases of the stomach and other organs of
digestion and nutrition. It cures dis?
eases of heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, etc.,
when these diseases are caused by the
diseased condition of th? stomach and
its allied organs.
f 3,000 FORFEIT will be paid by th?
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Proprietors, Buffalo, ?. Y., if they cannot
?how the origiual signature ?f the indi?
vidual volunteering the testimonial below,
and also of the writers of ?very Ustimenial
among the thousand* which thsy are ?ta?
stanti? publishing, thus proving B??ir sjen
" About ten years ago I betfan to have trouble
with mv stomach." writes wm Connolly, ?f J35
Walnut'Street. Lomin, Ohio "It (fot so haol
had to lav off qufte often. You advised the use
of your '?olden Medical Discovery ' and ' Pleas?
ant Pellet? ' Ara ven? happy to state thai I
commenced to get l*tter from the start and
have not lost a any this summer on nccoftnt of
my stomach. I feel tip-top, and better than I
have for ten years."
Accept no substitute for "Golden Medies!
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate th?
No appetito, loss of strength,
nervousness, headache, constipation,
bad breath, general debility, sour ris?
ings, and catarrh of the stomach ar?
all duo to Indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discovery repre?
sents the natural Juices of digestion
as they exist in a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonlo
and reconstructivo properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In?
digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous
remedy cures all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying, sweetening and
strengthening the mucous membranes
lining the stomach.
DIGESTS WHAT TOU EAT
Olves Health to th? Si?h est?
Strsnf th to th? trMk.
Bottles only. St.00 Sirs holding 2M tunes
th? trial Hi*, which sells for E Oc
Prepared by X. C. De Witt * Co., Chicago.
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL QBOCEBfl
And Dealers in
PURE WINKS AND UQU0B&
Country Produce received dally. Our ?took
of Plain sinl Fancy Groceries embraces every?
thing to i>e had in this line.
We "hold largely in United States bonded
warehouse and carry in stock various brands
of1 the bosi
PUBE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
ruade. Haro also la stow superi? grades of
Foreign ?ml American
WINES, AI.ES, RROWN STOUT, Ac.
jar-Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Prie? and
Corner Prince and Coin merce Street?.
J. C. MILBURN,
13 North Royal Street r Alexandria, Va
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES.
Proprietor of the
POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR,
which is unexcelled.
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCL**.. .'S
And Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS,
Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX.
and Pure old dye, Old Cabinet and Mono?
gram Whiskies ; also Raker'saud Thompson's
Pure Rye Whiskies, to ?lach they ?urite the
attention of the traile.
Orders from the country for merchandise
shall receive prompt attention.
Consignments of Flour, Grain and Country
Produca, solicited, for which they guarantee
he highest market prices and prompt returns
?. E corner Cameron and Royal Streets.
TTERBl'RN' LITHLA \VATER.-Thii
water U Indicated i? all aflectioiwdue to
Uri? Acid, Dtotbeato, O** Rheuuiatmm,
BtaM to lh< Bladder, Kidneyin.or Liver
Bright'? Dtoea?? and Kidney Disea*s of
every form Fur sale by T
WAR EI ELD 4 HALL,
Sole Agents Cur. G? nee & Fairfax b?._
CASCARA BROMIDE ill ININE TAB
re ran trtod Hill's Cascara Bro
m- Tableta, guaranteed to cure
hs and La Grippe? No better
;old iu head. For sale at
?act Fi\Qce and Fairfax strtti
PUBLISHED DAILY AMD TRI-WKEXLY AT
GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 A S12 PRINCE
TERM8: Daily?1 year, $5:00; 6 months,
$2:50; 3 mouths, $1:20; 1 month, $0:43; 1
Tri-weekiy? 1 year, $3:00; 6 months, $1:50;
3 months, $0:75; 1 month, $0:25.
Contract advertisers will not be allowed toex
cettl their space unless the excess is paid ter
at transient rates, and under no ??ircum
stances will they be allowed to advertise
other than their legitimate business in the
space contracted for.
All transient advertisements must be paid fur
Resolutions in tnemoriam, of thanks, tributes
of respect, resolutions adopted by societies
AT persons, unless of public concern, will
~B}y be printed in the paper as advertise
Marriage and death notices must be paid for
The Gazette office is connected with the Tele?
phone Exchanges. Advertisements, orders
for the paper, news of any information or
business can be sent by telephone.
[Entered at the Poetoffice of Alexandria, Vir?
ginia, as second-class mat ter.1
FEARED ANOTHER BLACK FRI?
Black Friday, when half the institu?
tion? of Wall Street failed became the
government suspended specie payment,
occurred 34 years ago yesterday. It
would have been a very blue Friday yes?
terday had not the big banking institu?
tions gotten together and supported the
stock, market Conditions approaching
demoralization prevailed at the opening
of the market. The weakness of the
Morgan stocks on the day preceding
and the enormous liquidation which ac?
companied it, had caused the gravc-t
apprehension. Those who had believed
that the crisis had passed in midsummer
again became frightened.
The late conference held in Wall
street Wednesday night at Mr, Morgan's
office was really to consider ways and
means ?f opening the public's eyes to
the true state of affairs. Talking to the
public like a Dutch uncle doesn't do
any good. Mr. Morgan tried that
last spring, when he talked about
"undigested securities," and has been
sorry for it ever since. He has hit
upon a more effective plan?that is,
to support the market in weak spot*
until the public gets over its present
pessimism. That is what he did yester?
day, and, while there were many low
points reached again in the general de?
cline which followed the opening, and
several vicious bear attacks, which
brought more declines after Mr. Mor?
gan had rallied them, Wall street closed
the day in a very much more confident
spirit than it opened it.
The great trouble has been that a lack
of harmony among the big financial in?
terests has up to this time prevented any
concerted action among them. There?
fore, the two facilone in the market de?
cided the other day to forget their difler
ences and unite for mutual protection.
That is why Mr. Harriman called upon
Mr. Morgan. Wall street believes that
he bore a peace message from the Stand?
ard Oil interests, who think that things
have gone far enough. According to
Wall street authorities it looks as though
there is going to be a general getting to?
gether in the financial district.
The Northern Securities Company is
to be the common meeting ground. The
Northern Pacific fight of two years ago
precipitated the confici, which has con?
tinued ever since.
The coming together of Harriman
and Morgan has resulted in the offer
made to Judge Grosscup of a large sum
of money as retainer to retire from the
federal bench and argue the Northern
Securities case before the United Stato
Supreme Court. Wall street hears that
if Judge Grosscup accepts the offer he
will receive one of the largest retainers
ever paid in America for his services,
and a life position as attorney and coun?
sel for the Morgan-Harriman group of
roads. According to Wall street's re?
port Judge Grosscup has been offered
$100,000 and a fat salary thereafter.
As the Judge is a poor man?his salary
at preseot is only $8,000?this offer is a
very tempting one.
Paymaster Killed by Dynamite.
Yesterday afternoon on the Middletown
road, about Alteen mile? from Washing?
ton, Pa., 8amuel T. Ferguson, of the
Ferguson Construction Company, of
Pittsburg, was murdered, and his sec?
retary, Charles L. Martin, of Cincinnati,
was fatally injured. The two men wore
driving along the road in a buggy, carry?
ing $3,600 in cash with which to pay off
some of their men employed on eOMtfUC?
tion work along the line of the Wabash
Railroad, when suddenly an explosion
of dynamite in the roadway tore the rig
to pieces, killed Ferguson outright, and
threw Martin 200 feet, tearing his left
arm almost from the socket. Il hss been
learned that two men, supposed to be
Poles, placed the dynamite in the road
for tie purpose of killing Paymaster
Ferguson, and had arranged to explode
it by means of an electric battery. The
satchel containing the money is missing.
Two suspects ar# under arrest in the
camp of the construction company, near
the village. 8o quickly was everything
accomplished that the men who are im?
plicated got away with their booty be?
fore they could be overtaken, although
the county authorities believe that if the
right men are not those under arrest.
they will have little difficulty in finding
Sunna of Rabbi's Daughter.?
Miss Miller Arnhold, aged, 32, daugh?
ter of Rev. Mr. Arnhold, assistant rab? i
at the Keneseth Israel Synagogue, in
Philadelphia, swallowed the contents of
a two-ounce bottle of carbolic acid,
while seated at a table in the dining
room of the Arnhold su-nmer cottage,
at Atlantic City, yesterday mornining and
died an hour later in great agony in the
hospital. Melancholia, brought on by
the confinement incident to the nursing
of an invalid sister, is supposed to have
caused the young woman to take her
life. The dead woman had always beeu
] prominent in charitable work both in
Gray hair? often stand in the way of advancement
for both men and women, socially and in business.
Many men are failing to secure good positions hist
because they look "too old," and no one knows now
many women have been disappointed in life because
they'have failed to preserve that attractiveness which
so largely depends on the hair.
has bee? a blessing to tkoetaads. It Is a hair food, nourishing th? roott, fsecin?. luxuriant growth,
coreriag bald ?pet?, rentonag freshness sad lift, and poaitiTely Via a; s bark [ray hair to its youthful
beauty and color. Nay's Hair-Health ts B?t ? ?>?? aad lu we caattoi bs detected.
LARfJB 50c. BOTTLES. AT LBADINO DRUOOISTS.
Free Soap Otter'rJZ?tZT
Cut ont and tien this coupon in tve days, take It to any of the following drunlit? aad they will
five yon a large botile of May's Hair-Hearth sad s 35c. cake of Martina Medicated Soap,
the *>est soap for Hair, Scalp, Complexion, Bath and Toilet, boik for Pltty teal? ; reeular price, 75c.
Redeemed by leading druggists every who? at their snaps ?nly, or by the Phllo Hay
Specialties Co., aso laJsyett? St., Newark, N.L, either with or srilbout soap, by express, prepaid,
in plain sealed package on receipt of 60c. and the coupon.
dllBllfTCC Any person purchasing Hay's Hair-Health
Name.WUJIllJIII ICE anywhere in the U. S. who has not been
benefited, ?njlti't h'
it ks*e his money bark by addressing I'hilu Hat
SrsctALTtss Co., see Lafayette St., Newark, N. J.
Addsess.,.?'<?/?/?? imlitittttti. fatili m havingJ/ajr''j Hair-litaiih.
Following Druggists supply Hay's Hair-Health sod Harflna 5oap la their abaos only :
W. F. CRE?OHTON A *'<>., 101 Kim: street. .1. A. DIKNKLT, 111:; Kini; Street.
C J. W. SUMMEDS, Cor. Duke A Alfred 8U. E. WAUFIFXD, JB..Cor. King ? Piti 8b
PURE COAL?WELL SCREENED.
2,240 Pounds to the Ton.
J. R. ZIMMERMAN.
Foot of Queen Street.
Bell/Phone 77. Home 'Phone 18.
Philadelphia and Alantic City, and had
a 'arge circle of friends. About two
year* ago a younger sister, of whom she
was very fond, sustained au injury which
resulted in her becoming an in alid.
The dead woman grieved over the sister's
misfortune and was unremitting In her
attentions to the sufferer. As time
patted and she became assured that the
? ry of the sister wax not to be hoped
for she became low-sjiirited, aud lately
developed signs of acute tnslancholia.
It is believed l>y the family that it was
while suffering from one of the.;e fits
that she swallowed the deadly poison.
FOROVEH SIXTY YEARS
As Old and Wkll-Trik? Kkmkpy.?
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over Mity year* by millions of
Stoibers for their children while teething,
with perfect sneees?. ? soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pam, cures wind
selle ?tixl i- tin- bes) remedy for IHnrrhira. Is
pleasant to the taMe. Bou by druggists in
every part of tin-world. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sure
and ask for Mrs. M'inslow's Soothing Syrup
and take no other kind.
Hie Life Siivcd by Chaiiilxrlaln's
Colic, Cholera and Diari fioca
"B. L. Byer, ? well known cooper 01
this town, says he believes Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Draiibuea Remedy
saved his life last summer. He had
been sick for a month with what the
doctors call bilious dysentery and could
get nothing to do him any good until
he tri^d this remedy. It gave him
immediate relief," says K. T. Little,
merchant, Hancock, Md. For sale by
Terrible nlagncis. those itching, pestering
diseases of the '?kin. I'itt ?mend to misery.
Doan'i Ointment cures. At any drugstore
A Purgative ??ensure.
If you ever took i>e\Vitt's Little Early
Riser? for biliousness or constipation you
know what a purgative pleasure is. These
ftunons little puls cleanss the liver and rid
the system of ull bile without producing un?
pleasant ?fleets. They do net ?ripe, sicken
or weaken, but give tone and strength to the
tissoes ana orno? involved. W, 11. Howell,
ofHoMtOB, TeiM, saw : "No better pill can
? than Little Early Risers for count i pv
? inn, -iik headache, etc. Sold by all drug?
We show the largest variety of styles
and prices ever offered.
? neat All-Iron Bed, rrith Woven
Inspect the Solid Comfort Mattress.
M. Ruben & Sons.
601 KINO STREET.
HUTCH, HUTCH, HUTCH.?Try HUTCH
for indigesti?n. It will cure you. 25 ceuU
per box. For sale only by
WARFIELD A HALL,
_Corner Prince and Fairfai streets.
A full line of BROOMS, HEARTH
BROOMS and WHISKS for rale low by
J. C. MILBURN.
^w ossesse e ^e?. . ***m* ..-t^.^. m *ss'#?
Ottr hat e? kease? fer
rent hi its Reseat con?ii?eu
?ho ?? ?tut our t'aoi? ti es lor
ran Wag property are ??
sta?!. Wa want more ra
etVQt huuare. It afa ?*racki
eallt e* (irtd a* a gaera?
tat Vhat the y will be reit ? !
ptottpsty, ? ??a?**! im ?Nr
Tor property will pay
as it ehnald if we kare its
arnnagoment, Warns? wo
wfl bring it to She attea
tton of the right sert of
tenante, rent it and keep it
rtoted. Dear ih saint! tbat
wo ?et mere? htrases tkan
all the rrther real estate
agenta it tke city cem
Beai Estate and Renting Agents,
11? South Fairfax Street
aiRRBRT BRYANT I WILUAM BRYANT
President. Sec. A Trees.
Bryant F?rtil izer Company
FERTILIZERS. FERTILIZING MATE?
RIALS, PURE RAW BONE AND
FINE GROUND NOVA 8COTIA
Office : 117 King street.
Factory and Wharf: Foot of Duke street.
_Alexandria. Va. _
JOHN P. ROBINSON, I OXOROR R. FRRNCH
I resident. Secretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
FERTILIZER?, FERTILIZER MATE
RIALS AND BLUE WINDSOR
Princess Street, between Union and Lee.
808 KING STKEET,
Our prices are inyariably the lowest
when quality of material and worknian
hip are considered.
Estimates checifully giren.
No extra charge for out-of-town work.
? X F.W LINK OF
Flannelettes, Outings, &c
White Fleeced Madias, for waist?; Sicilian
Suiting-, Tricots, Cheviots, Berges, Ac, in all
wool. Dress Plaida, Dress Qtoghasaa, Per
? slieos, as.
I )\ FLANNELS at all prices.
MEDIIM WUCHT FOB FALL WEAR
?rated Vtotoc Knitting Mills all-wool
Shirts and Drawers,
Wight's Health Underwear in boih wool
and cotton il?
lined Shirts and Drawers at "Oc.
? in in
Heavy I iee,vi< Shirt* mid Drawer?.
?sejnet received to run
Blankets and Comforts,
All grades and all prices. THE BEST AT
Hosiery, Tmvi'K, Napkins, Table
Knit Shawl Fascinators
JOc, 76e to $1.00, in light colors.
A. C. Slaymaker,
423 KINO STREET.
1)1 XIMi ROOMS.
Raving remodeled and enlarged ssy re.tau
rant to Market alley, I am now prepared to
furnish BMaJs at the shorlost ti.jtico.
I hare to ooajanetion with the restaurant a
PRIVATE DINING BOOM, ?hieb will be
found very sati-faetory to sll customers. The
enls?M will be unexeelied and the attention
prompt? 'lliis rooiu will be open on Sundays
Those who wi-h to enjoya good meal with
?quiet ami pleasant surroundings will find this
dining room all that eoold bi desired.
CHARLES H. ZIMMERMAN.
?????? AND LOUSTICS.
I take great pleasars to inform my many
friends and the publie in general that I have
added to my oyster badness Lobsters, which
I receivefrom theenaste/Main? and Ma -a?
ehnsetta. Lobsters have never before i?-eu
sold m this market. I receive them daily
from Boston and can ha seen at the corner of
Kitii: and Bon! streets and nt my Oyster
rent, 1 am now prepared
to promptly till all orders for Oysters or Lob?
sters. Yours respectfully.
.1. M. YOUNG, M7 Prince St.
From Thursday, Aug. 27,
5 and lOc
No. 717 King street,
We will give to anyone who make? a
p?rchate of Fifty Cents (."'??) or more
any one of the following articles (or only
Die additional :
l Large China Cracker Jar, worth..?.Ml
?? Mill, worth. 60?
? Extra Large Meat Platten, worth. 80c
? Extra Large BisqM Doll worth. ??
1 Large Dinner 1'ail, worth. 50c
l, worth. 50c
.1 Hands..me Silver-plated Tea Spoons. 5( I
? Nicely-trimmed Ladies1 Hat, worth... $1.60
Don't Forget the Place
The l?wS and 10 Cent Store,
717 KINO STREET.
N. L. DOLD, Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Ice . . .
Carload Iiot* and Country Order?
Kin* and Union Streete.'Alexandria, Va.
Telephone No. 51.
Good TODNG HYSON TEAhsst received
and for ?ale at -We._J. C. MILBURN.
3 and 5 lb BUCKETS PURE LEAF I.AKD
o?t received jg_J. C. MILBURN.
POTOMAC FLOUR?30 barrels of Potomac
Flour very high grade, received today.
' T. <\ MILBURN.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS.
In a few days the clatter
of hammers will ring. Up
to-date our motto. Our
store must be In vogue
with our bright, snappy
Cut prices on many lots
of Clothing for Man and
Cut prices on some lots
of Shirt s, Underwear,
Gloves. Hosiery ami Hats.
Closing out of Ladies'
Apparel, Underwear, Blan?
kets, Infants' Caps, Hut
tons, Ruches and small lots
of Flannels and other
402 KING STREET, ALEXANDRIA. VA.
SCHOOLS AND COLI.KOKS,
School For Girls.
507 Prince Street, ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Next session begins THURSDAY, Sep?
tember 17, IM.
College and Preparatory Courses. Bpeeia
attention to Primary Department. Mu-ir
Art nini Elocution. Thorough instruction in
For catalogue apply to
Ml;-, FBANCEfi B. EWING
Episcopal High School
A Stttof School for Boys, eight mQes from
Washington, l>. ('., ami three from Ale.xan
drin. Elevated and beautiful rituation.
The ?>.">th w??^ opens September 33, 1908.
For catalogue apply to th? Principali L. 11
BLACKFOHD.M. ?., Alexandria, Vs.
jy le? eod&tw 3m__
A BOAUIMNU AM) DAY SCHOOL
215 N. Washington Street,
The 27th year opetf September 24, 1903
Catalogues at Leadbeaters' drug->tnre, und a.'?
ter September 1st, ut resid?
Mis* A. M. CHANDLEE, Principal.
a ti 15 2m_ _
Miss M. ELIZABETH SLATMAKEE
A graduate of the Baltimore Training Sehool
for Kindergartener!?, will upen a
Ocober 1, li*"tt. at No. IM S. Washington
street. Circulars containing terms and
further information may be obtained at No.
US King street, or will l>? sent upon applica?
thoroughly taught by a teacher with fifteen
vears practical experieuce. Class now form?
ing for ninth annual session in Alexandria.
None admitted After October 1st. For terms,
Ac., apply at 423 N. Alfred street.
sep2 lm_E. SHOULTS.
Tanner's Business College,
Cor. 9th and F Sta., Washington.
The principal has had ..ver 90 vears' ex?
perience as Official Court stenographer, Book?
keeper and Teacher of Kusinen- leetboda,
CoPssW Shorthand, G/ypeirrieiiut, Bosk?
keeping, Civil Service, English, etc. Gradu?
ates placed in positions. Day and night ses?
sions. Call at any time, or send for catalogue.
^JBOOKS^ANI^?T^TION ER Y.
AUo a full lin? of
Everything a child wants in the
school room we have, and wt can
8AVK VOU MONEY if you
give us a call.
EVERT BOOK COVEREI).
S. F. DYSON & BRO.,
OIS King .treer.
Next to Opera Hoase. avs29 tf
424-426 KING ST.
Ws ars rseeivmg daily New Fati tfoeds
and invite y oar attention ?s oar large variety
of dress ?applica for the school ehildree.
Dark Dress Gingham, yd be-, Ke, | ?\/ ?
New Press Plaids, yard 10c, 12Je 95/*
Light and Dark Outing, yard 5e, Se, f ?
New Flannelette, yerd %e, 10c, 12* | C~
and. ? ****
New Fleeced Cheviot, fancy | -}!/ _
stripe?. Yard. ? ??2?~
New Daniiih Cloth; halfwo.il
white, black and dainty shade??. 1^1/r?
New Tricot Flannel, all wool. Oc,-.
New French Flannel, all wool. C/ls
Children's Fine and Heavy Ribbed
(lack Hose. The beat on the market "J ?,-.
at, pair, lUc, tf\a, i5o and. ???\*
New Fleeced Baft* Cloth, ?tripe* |fU
and doto. Yard. ?vV?
All-wool Flannel Buttine, all shades. ??/"
White Pique, new and good. Yard I5r
10c, 12Je, ?:>c, 20c and. ? OK,
Black and Blue Duck, with white f ?~
Men's Medium Weight
We linve the proper fall weight
Underwear for men, in white end
gray shirt? and drawers, each 25c, <t 1 ??
Ladies' fled i urn
Our new fall weight Underwear far ladies
Vests, long or .bwri sleeves. 'J?,??
Pants, long or short. Eaeh.?OQ
We are now selling lota of the light weight
Blankets. Just the kind end proper weight
for early fall and winter use. Both whit*
and gray. Large sise. Pair
39c. 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.39
$1 69, $2 25, $3.98.
We ab?o Lav? speoial value* in heavy all?
wool White, Red so? Gray BtoakeU, at,
$2.98, $3.98, $5.00, $6.00.
We will close out about ten deren Felt
Window Shades, with nitores, usual E~
price, 10c. Clesrance price, each., ?^
Our new line lines of Fall and Winter
Woolens for Suits, Overcoats and
Trousers are ready for inspection.
Suits and overcoats made to measure,
fit guaranteed, fromj
$13.50 to $30.00.
Trousers to order from
$4 to $10 Per Pair.
Strictly On? Price ana satwfuction to
One Price Clothier and
No. 304 King Street.
THIRD mi AL EXHIBITION
OCTOBER 13,14,15,16 Its 17
Night Exhibitions and Fatnrday Ifatiaeo
in electric illuminated building.
Special concerta by U. 8. Marino Corps
Band in Horse Bhow Building ? A. If. to 1
P. M., October 13th, 14th, 15th and l?th.
Half rates on railroads wit* sdssissi??
con pon to exhibition.
Over $8,000 in prises.
Entries close October 1st.
W. O. WARTHEJi, Secretary,
P. 0. Box 806, BieaOMDd, Ta.
FOB SALE.?OLD XEWBPAPEBS at 00
cents per 100 pound8 at this office.
100 boxes IgCOTwH ? ERBIN"O just re?
tired by J. %?". iULBUitN.