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??**? sino: (Sezetfo
Monday evening, skit, se, i90s.
Hin rises tetsarrew at 9?? a. in. ?ud sets
5 5.' p. in. Riga water at 1:00?. m. and
1:3-' ?. in._
THKi! ????a?p?p??.?For this soe
Uon fair, continued cool tonight. Tuesday
partly eloudv ; slightly warmer ; UghttoflSSB
north to iiortln ?si wind-.
Union Street Traffic.
An item in this c ilumnaffcw dayi
I attention to the enormous In?
of tratlic on G????? street in recent
. :h ifs !t that it often oc?
curs that shipperscaanotobtain snmcient
cars to meet the demands of transporta?
tion. 'Ibi- may or may not bo the fault
of tbe Southern Railway Company, but
Ifthev ca? ron ?y existing condition?
their action will be bailed with delight by
many who have shipments to make, as
thev are often thrown into anxiety con?
cerning the tilling ol order-. It may be
said in this connection that the railway
company has been given almost the ex?
clusive use Of lui ? street, two tracks
now being on that thoroughfare from one
end to the other, while there are two en?
trances?one from the north and the
other from the south: hence there seems
t>b? ??? reason why shipment? cannot be
made with expedition. That Alexandria
i- b ? >m?ng an important shipping point
i? evi ?? nt to all, and it is hoped that no
hindrance? in the shape ot impaired
transportation facilities will occur to re?
tard the city's commercia] expansion.
of the Alexandria manufisCtoriei
wlil - ion be enlarge 1, but before this can
bo d .no those operating them will have
to be assured that railway facilities will
be a nple to mot t rcuuireuicii!.-. ?
gested above the present condition of
affairs may or may not bo tho fault of the
railway eompany. Probably the mana?
gers are doing tho best they can under
the ci : i, but the commercial
portion of tbe community is anxious to
sec ;n ire expedition in shipments, and
hope a new order o? thing- will not be
o Assembling of the Nations,"
which is to be held in the Opera House
under the auspices of the "Society fcr
the Restoration of Historic Alexandria"
on ' > t iber 6th and 7th, will be one of
superb entertainment? given
? years. Columbia will introduce
to the audience Scotland, Sweden, Ire?
land, Germimy. Japan, and Uncle Sam
ami the United St.ite-. These countries
p? d will introduce some ol
their ustionai songs and dances. The
: - having charge of the
affair have beej fortunate enough to
? the ??lieu nt service- of Mesdames
I. Marshall Jone? and M. W. O'Brien
ne directreaaes. Sixty well-known young
arili represent the different coun?
tries. The see md part will ?? a sprightly
comedy in three acts, entitled "Mother
It was originally in?
: to give the entertainment only
one night, but so many request? tor seat
have ? 1 that the < tpera House
? ? ?cured tor tv.o nights. A rehearsal
IVSgansa Will be held tonight
at Miss .Noiton's residence, corner ot
lVin c and Washington streets.
Circuit Court for the City.
E. Nicol presidin
.1. .-. ?. Ii?a:i vs. the G. s. Building
li ;; ?. t ai. \-. a W.
Fleming; ?. W. Moore appointed
.fiai ? r to sell land in l'aii
quiei ? i to convey certain
?,? ?. i:. G. Fleming.
Ella I - ?-. Li ? lie B, Carlin ;
: -ale id property t ? ('.
W. ?. Hart?n ?-. Fannie ?. Hott- ;
> confirming sale of Maryland land
to I.. C. ?
1> I. \v\ (iiil vs. Mary Irwin
dill ; <!? ree for absolute divorce.
G : h' Sniool ?-. Frances 1'. Snioot ;
iting I.. *'. Bsrley a- ?pe
? to execute decree in
.?. G. ?'aliaban, deceased.
A spe jury ?;,- ordered J<?r the
trial t? un? ? aae ol (icirge A.
.Dunn vs. the \\\. A. >V Mt. V. By. Co.
Vir inia Horses to the Front.
? Bryn Mawr, l'a., Horse
Show ' 1 on Saturday last, and
w is a brilliant affair, th" hon
Mr. Courtiand II. Smith, of Alexandria
county, stood in the front r:;:
winners. li wae principally in the
inni!. : bal they took the lead.
In tho light-weight hunter champion
ship, ? ,1 ? "?I tho palm, ai- >
?\iii.iiii?r Bret tu light-weight qualified
hunters. Lucy Sutherland, Tip-Top,
Chappie Lee and other-carried off tho
ribbon? in fine stylo, scoring tor their
owner on Saturday, with 10,000 persona
present, four first prizes and six second
prize? ber wsa tine and it is
estimated by Philadelphia papers that at
least 80,000 interested spectator?
witnessed tin- verj successful horse
Show. ??? I' 'i the SUCCeS? o! the hor-cs
from Hampt m Stock Farm ?* due to
their careful - hooting and to the untir?
ing industry of their owner and rider.
Mr. Williana Simmons, living on
? ? Franklin and
ferson, had his attention attracted to a
suspicious noise in the yard of his preni
aboul cue o'clock yesterday
morning. Procuring a revolver, Mr.
Simmon- opened a rear window, when
ho descried the figure of aman moving
about on the premises, He tired the
pistol, and the man ran around to the
front of the house. ftimmons hurried to
:t front window and gol another shot at
the fleeting Agore but failed to stop bin.
About three o'clock this morning a
stranger cut? red the premises of Mr.
.!;t-. II. Beach, liviog on the same street
Hnmovements attracted the attention of
neighbor?, and be ?.?? ?cared??. Officer
a description of the burglar
and b endeavoring t?. timi him.
Fell Through a Trestle.
Air Tbonaa8plcer, clerk in the-dui
Dat,W. once oi the jinglen
1 V. . , Railwar, fell through the
SKA?? anight and
iurcd. He wa* attended DJ UOCl
Must Tell About It
It 1? plainly useless to have fnlnfa or
?t, Of all way*?;?
making an impreeaioa pn the public
be tue most effective, because Itieenljre
the largest number, and those who
I b oi information.
Mr. If, T. Dwyet is seriously ill with
typhoid lever at the Alexandria Hospital.
.Mr. Zorn Hill ha.? returned from New
York where he spent the summer.
Mr. ?. W. Melchior, of this city, hBs
ad a position as it member of th??
exposition guards at St. Louis,
Mrs. Willian La?aban I'mliii-h, of
Baltimore, is visiting her parent? in tin?
Mr. .lainr?? R. OatOO, who is a mem?
ber of the legislative committee charged
With therevi?ion of the laws of Virginia.
?has returned from Richmond and will
spend a few days at his home in this
?esa?. \V. C. Stump and Kenneth
Ogden, members of the ehr ir of the M.
?, Church South, will in future.sing m
St. John1 Episcopal church In George?
Miss Florence Davidson has returned
from a visit to Marlcham.
Mis- ( ?rotta McCoy, of Riverton, i
visiting Mis- Bailie Kenper on Ween
Mis-Carrie Wi-e, of Seminary Hill,
ba? returned from a delightful trip
Biabop Penici preached an interesting
sermon in the Theological Seminary
< 'hapel vesterdav.
.Mr. Si. T. Dwyer is quite rick at the
Ludria Hospital with fever.
Accidents to Locomotives.
The right driving wheel of engine
NO. 951 of the Southern Railway was
broken from the axle at the depot in
tin- city shortly after ten o'clock Satur?
day night. The locomotive bad been
attached to a northbound paasenger
train and when the engineer opened
the throttle the wheels slipped and spun
around with the result given above.
Another engine was procured and th??
train proceeded to Washington.
The cylinder head of a locomotive at?
tached to a southbound train blew oui
shortly after starting from the Southern
Railway yard yesterday morning An?
other engine WM substituted, after
which the train proceeded on its way.
j Mayor ti. L. Simpson presiding.]
The following caaes were disposed of
this morning :
Aloii/.o Sci vers, arrested by Lieutenant
Smith for drunken and disorderly con?
duct, forfeited ?? collateral ty failing to
John Dogat:, colored, arrested by Offi?
cer? Carvty aod Smith charged with
disorderly conduci and fighting, wa- dis?
missed. Battio Coo way, colored, nr
rested by the same officer? on a similar
charge, was lined |5.
1 resley Letbetter, arrested by Lieu?
tenant Smith for drunken and disorderly
Conduct, was lined >?"?.
A man. arrested by Officer Allen
charged with assault, wa- dismissed.
Colored People in a Row.
There waa a large gathering of colored
people al Quantico yesterday. Tbej
fron every point of the conpeas,
presumably to attend a religious meeting.
l'he place <>f worship was too contracted
to accommodate the crowd, and wir ?
the rain set in many got wet. Con?
ditions later grow monotonous and a
fight was precipitated in which a largo
percentage of the assembly participated.
No knives, pistols or razors were in
evidence, only nature's weapons In ??.;
brought into requisition. No one seen?
to have been seriously hurt, although
the combatants fought until they became
Death of an Elderly Lady.
Miss Klltn Whiting, who had t
-onie time been an inmate of the Alex?
andria Hospital, died at that institution
shortly before noon ye.-terday. The
deceased was 86 years old. Eme vai ?
daughter of John Carlyle Whiting, who
WBI a grandson of John Carlyle, \\h ?
built the Carlyle bouse in this city, and
?va- born?t "Tohorwsld," in Alexandria
county. Tho deceased was a cousin of
Col. Arthur Herbert. Her funeral will
t ike place from the Alexandria HospitJ I
tomorrow morning at II o'clock.
[Judge.I. M. Love presiding.]
Tho grand jury was sworn, but up to
8:15 p. m. it had made no report.
The cases of the condemnation of land
for the Fairfax road wore continued ex?
cept that of .1. II. Henderson, who,
through his attorney, J. K. dements,
Com. vs. il. c. Jones, charged with
shooting a gun on a public highway;
appeal from a magistrate's decision; case
in progress '
Contribution for Sterilizer.
tine hundred dollar? 1ms been con?
tributed toward the purchase of a new
sterilizer tor the Alexandria Hospital.
As was statoil Saturday, this contrivance
is the line qua non of-nob an institution,
and the many good friend? of the hospi?
tal will doubtless not be long in making
up the sum sufficient for it- purchase.
It is to be used solely on the surgical
instruments, gowns \e.
A cordial invitation i? extended to all
at the fall opening al 1?. Hendbeiiii ft
Son's store on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The moat beautiful collection of new fall
goods will be displayed. The larg?
lumina discgraphapbone will boon exhi?
bition tomorrow. All the popular airs
will be played during the day and even?
Smothered to Death.
A colored Iemale intani WM found
?dead in hod in ft BOUM 00 .?otith Colum?
bus stioet yesterday morning. The
?child was to all appearances well and
heartv Saturday night, and l>r. 1 um?.
the coroner, was called in. troni all
: that could l?e learned it was evident tin t
; the child had been accidentally sin ??
! ered by it? mother during the night.
The weather yesterday was warm for
the most part. There was a iiirht rain
in the afternoon, accompanied bj
thunder and lightning, and about -ix
o'clock the wind changed to the north
when the temperature tell some?
what. The day was quiet throughout.
About the avorngo number of persons
attended the ditl'erent churches.
Old Dominion ?. B.
Senator Elkins, and several stock
bolder? of the Old Dominion Bailroad
Company, which is to construct a line
from tin at Pall? to Bosslya and over
the Aqueduct Bridge into Washington,
have decided to begin the work ol
Btructing beds for the tracks within the
next thirty days.
It Is Coming In Rapidly In
Evidence ou tas following subject will
prove of interest to ? very Alexandria reader.
So many people m? tiirOOgfe t!.
perieli??.? daily. '! in- publia statement sbaald
b?? proof positiv? to every wavering doabter.
l: ad it earefollv.
". \v. Etll< it er, ?o fri ne?
-aiall "f my back at
! ??; lata sanai tat, eoe? ti
lieb often perneen
? iti. ?li up nke at
night for h?airs, forcing IM t?? ri??? in the
ig devoid of energy, il any indication
of kidney complaint then 1 bail it far '
t.i I??? pleasant. The seeretioaM from the k.i-l
??.?\- ?\ ?. ainiatural, i.listre?-iii ? sod in
end I w.is constantly on tiu outlook for turne \
to check the trouble. When sal
nnusually I happened to read an advert?? -
DMBl sboat Doan'a Kidney Tills ami wa?
readily induced togoto E, 8. Leadbeater .t
re for a box. P.eforc I complet'
e.l the treatment the difficulty witk the kJd
di disappeared, sad when tiny
returned to their osoal condition tin? backache
Persalebj p dealers. Prie? ?G>? cents ?
box, i'o-ter-.Milbiirii <'o., llnlfalo, X. Y.,
?ole agente for the United state?. Beaaeaaber
the name Dean'? ami take no substitute.
Ige L c. Barley presiding.]
Margaret Breen was appointed ad?
ministratrix of the estate of .Mary Ann
Considerable bail fell between this
city and Mount Vorn ui yesterday even?
Tiie annual Inspection of the Alexan?
drie Light Infantry will be held next
A de< 1 trun Mr. A. A. YVr.rfield con
veying to Mr. J. T. Wilkina a bouse
and lot on the north side of Cameron
between Columbus ami Alfred,
was recorded in the cleri:'- office today ;
The horse atta; hod to McK'enney &
Bl - ?? : ?? ran away on [hike sin et
Uli- morning. Mr. Leo McK< I
who wat In the vehicle, wa- thrown out,
but he fortunately escaped scrioi
jury. The horse was stopped mar Lee
The funeral of the late Frank Dainty,
who died .suddenly Friday night last,
; ice from his late home r?n nor h
Alfred 3 o'clock yesl
a;'n p o m. The services wore cond
by Rev. i'. P. Phillip.?, and tbe inter?
ment wa- in Bethel Cemetery,
Fatal Ai im.m ro ?????t??.?
He.'. Samuel ?. Wilson, one of the most
prominent member? of the Baltimore
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, wa- run over and fatally injured
by a s'roet car of tho Bobtnd Park line
in Baltimore yesterday about 2:'jo p.
m., dying about an hour ami a half
afterward. The accident took pia
the Ci.rouer id' Roland a,id Upland
avenues, Roland Park, just where the
ears turn to go into the barn. Mr. Wil?
son bini attended church in the morning
at Roland Park anil had taken dinner at
the homo of Mr. George L. s. Leni
downe, the father of bis son'? wife.
At the time ot the accident he was on
hi- way alone from Mr. Lansdownc's
home to the residence of Mr. U. Tyne?
Smith, Rowland Park, ami was or.
the track when the car -truck him.
Hi-right log was severed at the kaee
and his lot'! fool and ankle were crushed,
the bones being ground into bit-. He
wa- at once carried into the car bam
near at hand. l)r. 11. 1'. Cas-idv. ol
Roland Park, arrived in a few minute ,
and in his care and that ol Mr. Philip
Scantling, id' Washington, ho was put
upon a special car and hurried to the
City Hospital There he died about
1 p. in.
"I have been troubled with ? y
Stomach forth? past four year-,'
I). L. Beach, of Clover Nook farm,
Greenfield, Mass. ?\ lew days ago I
was induced to buy a box of Chamber?
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. I have
taken part ot them and l'eoi a great deal
better." If you have any trouble with
your stomach try a box of these Tablets.
Voli aie certain tobo plea-edwith the
result Prie* '-?"> cent-. For Hale by
Richard ? Hbson.
The Pleasure ol Kilting.
Persona raftering from indigestion, lye?
lepaia or other stomach trouble will find thai
CimIoI Dyspepsia Cure digests what yoo cat
an.linal.es tin? ?torniteli sweet. ????? KSasdl
i? a never foiling cure for Indigestion ami
Dyapepsis and all complaints alleeting tl?,??
gland? or membrane- of tin- (tomad] or di?
ge? ti ve tra.i. Ulna you take ?????1 li)
pepsia Care everything you sattestes good.
nud every bit el' lie? nutriment that year food
Contal DI i? a??iuiilated and appropriated by
tie? bl(M.d and tisanes. Sold by all dm
FALL AND WINTER OPENING
Wednesday and ?liurvlny,
Sept. soth aal Oet, ist ai
MISS ANNIE HURDLES,
rio KIN0 8TEEE1
All are invii.d to InSpCCi a tine Iti
The Auto Valvo Wickless
Blue Flame Radiator
Burns it- owa gat made fron oil. Ko -moke.
The greatest oil heat prod sew known. Coas?
limatimi heater and cooksi fl". DoMM ?l
them sold lure last year.
I.. If. ANDERSON.
od Inike streets
Home 'Phon Bell 'Phone toi:..
n\>nN!< \ called meeting ?C ALEX?
ANDRIA-WASHINGTON LODGE, No.
?'?> \ , ?. ? ?. M , will bo held al th. ir
tempi? TOMORROW [Oesday NIGHT at
? Rlock for work. By order of iiie Wor?
shipful Master. J. 8. DOUGLAS,
tsi ED l "II I KS I irefully
selected in mn state, freshly rosati
POTOMAC FLOUB?30 barrels of Potomac
? 1 tod
?. G Mil.
Flour, very liiith ?rade, received today.
"?I IH BN.
A LABOE STOCK <)V TOII.KT and
LA.UNDBY8I Is by
? HOICE B?OAB CI CED SAMS and
: Breakfast Pieci:?, small aises, jusl received by
[ '_.1 g MILBURN
Extra ehoic?t UOYDM Q?NPOWDEB
? EA iuat recaaved by
V,,s ? m HfJ 11 \ ANI? JAVA
I FEE? f.r ?.Ue by J. C. MILBURN.
? WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE
518 King Street, Alexandria, Va.,
Which will occur in a few days.
One Price to All
Our Motto Satisfaction or money back.
Goods marked in piain figures.
SCHWARZ'S OLD STAND.
?T??&TTT00???TTT ?T?? ??????
K-i 11 ?. ?. ! s 11 c ? > ?-;?'.
I ? Oyster Season of 1903-1904
?lii Bad III WORTH ROYAL STREET.
15 NOW OPEN.
We ?ne DOS in :i [insiti >n to jlv? the quiekest passible servife.
Family order.- will rivive j>rumj.t Stteotioa.
BELL'PHONE 169. HOME THOHE M +
The Chr. Heurich Brewing Co.'s
FAHous Lager Beer
Is now on sale at all the leading
saloons in this city.
O'SULLIVAN & CO., Agents,
Alexandria, Virginia ??
??0????@ ?8?? ??8? ?? 0???
WAN l'I.le 11 party to reni
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS in
WANTED-To rent a HOUSE in good lo?
cation. Address "Y," care Qaatrtte.
NOTI \ SVH1 ?. -I I
DOG; bit ear and left eye blwk. High)
ear a little bluiah. Ila? say on?? aeen or hi srd
of him? .1. K.'.M. NORTON.
Fairfaa str? ? ?, Alexandria, N'a.
-?pi.'? tf _
L< is G. ? in north Henry stn et, Dear
works,slrl'sopenfaoeSIU Id'.U Alili.
engraved with initials "M. B. D." Bnitable
reward If lefl bI < ?sxette office.
WATCHES AM- JEWELRY
Do what they are
Built and Guaranteed
Keep Correct Time.
R. C ACTON & SON,
New No. I Shore Mackerel,
Whit.? aad fut. Beat the market affords ; also
NEW SYRUPS MOLASSES, I iNNED
FRUITS mid VEGETABLES are being re?
ceived daily. Large and well?? ?
..?" FINE GROCERIES for fall and ?inter
I.. If. ANDERSON
Cur. St. ?sspfa and Duke streets.
dome 'Phone 10, : : : Bell 'Phone 1015.
-. pge h_
Foot Ball Season
I? now approaching, and I have made
lire preparation? for the nne. ?
lull line this year of Ifaafca, ?inani?,
I'rotee tors, o\c.
Try the VVi/Aiid Ball. All local player* who
hi.?? bonghi ssj tbej an II ?
In all colors Maroon, Navy, Green, Bed.
Price? from 7
R. E. KNIGHT,
!'?-'! Kin? Street Va.
Cor. Cameron and Pitt
IHAV1 on my pi?'"'' ;?'::G 1!l'":"1 Ren
I i-i -h COWS for nh ? Perdoni
to buy will eoiumunicate ?uh :
Ul'AKT FKl'IT JAB?
il vi G (JALLO- ''"""
/"?ODF18H *"" :""' >;
Woodward & lin
LOth, 1 Uli ?PSteN.W.
Businen limn?? ? a. in. to ? ? ni.
tai & L
Invite an Inspection
Beginning This Monday,
September the 28th,
and Continuing Through
Paris, London and
imported Robes, Bieg tot Costume? and
Wrap? for dar und evening, Real I
Exclu ?es ?? l>r?-- Goods,
and Dress Gamitare,
Pari? Lingerie, Bridsl Trosseanx und
Hand! S and Toilet
Linens, I Curtains.
Piet? res, ?
-v. China, Cnl locks,
Bronze?, Lamp?, Silverware.
\'i? una Bad Berlin Novelties and
Art Objects foi Wedding, Birthday and
Woodward & Lothrop,
loth, 11th sad F Bts., N. W.
WASHINGTON. I). C
H \i.r ?
Mll.l.l.l: ?. S17 King stret-t.
Are just the thing for this
time of year, when you
want a fire for only a short
time each day.
317 King Street.
^-Heuisay svilii th?? Pesi
JU8T RECEIVED BY
Q. Wm Ramsay.
.IL'ST RECEIVED BY
G, Wm. Ramsay.
Q. Wm. Ramsay?
3 for a Quarter
New No. 1 Mackerel
at 1 xy's.
Q. Wm. Ramsay.
424-426 KING ST.
We ara rweifiiig ?l*ily .few VtM C#"xl?
?uU iuvite your ?mcutiwn t? tu.? Isig? wi? ty
?f?rasa nppl(n fur th?? sshaol ?hiU.-???.
Ilark I?ress Uiaghaaa. ? ! Be, ?c, I "11/ .?,
Ite and. ??*72*"
(few Draaa Plaida, vani ?*?, i2** le.
Light ami Dark Outing, raed Se, Se. 1 (\?
New Plaenaletn. vani le, n*?. i-'i 1 E?r?
N'eW Fleeced Cheviot, fancy I'll/.?.
white, Idack ami dainty shades. 1?[/ .
New Ilrt'iish Cloth, half wool,
Ni'w Tricot Flannel, all wool. ???
New French Flannel, all wool. S?/),-.
Children'? Pina sud Heavy Kihl.ed
Black Hon. Th?beatoti ilio assrket T?^.
ai, pair, lOc, U|e, toe and.??7C
?Taw Ftesssd Balla Ctan ?trine? 1 ?
andana, Yard. Ivi
All-wool Flannel Suiting, nil ?tied?, ifi/.
Black and Him? Duck, with while 1 ??
dots. Yard. 1 vC
White l'ione, new and good. Yard ??..
lOe, 12Je, l.V, 'JO.? and. ?OK*
Men's Medium Weight
We have the proper fall weight
Underwear for nun, in white and
gray shirts and drawer*, each-'V, dj I AA
60e and. 4> ? ?W
Oar new fall weighl (Jaslarwaar far ladie?
Wsts, long ?r ?li.rt alerves. "??r?
Pant?, long or short. Ka?h. ?m\J\?
We are now selling lot? of the light weight
Blanket?. .Just the kind and pro]>er '..eight,
for early fall and winter n*'. Bolli whit?
and gray. Large stse. Pair
39c. 50c, 75c, $1,00, $1.39
$1 69. $2 25, $3.98.
We also have special value, in beafT all
WOOl Whit?, Bad and (?ray Blankets, ??,
$2.98, $3.98, $5.00, $6 00.
We will clos< mit sbotti Isa do/en Felt
Window Shades, with fixture?. G<??1 Cp
price, lOe. Clearftiiee pries, 'adi. ****
Our Uat of hiiUKcK tur
rent in ?te present conditi??
-how? thntntir tacilitie? for
renting property an un?
usual. We want more va?
cant (tonaca, It i* praati
?ally a? good as a guaran?
tee that they will l>e rented
promptly, if placed i? eur
Your property will pay
as it should if we Lavo it?
management, because we
will bring it to tbe attea
tiou of the right sert of
tenants, rentitaud keep it
rented. Bear in niiiu! tant
we rent more houses than
all the other real sstate
agents in the city esm
Real Estate and Renting Agents,
119 South Fairfax Streit.
I We're Very
We always insist ob, and al?
ways get, first quality in every?
thing. We are mighty hard peo?
ple to suit, hut the harder it is to
-'lit us, tin? easier it is to please ..
you. The quality ef the following ^
good? is sure to pleas?. How k
?boat the prices.'
"Little Lady" :?Se esefc. Wertb SSj,
N"i>. a. Mo eacfc
^ Wash Board?
Bstsrpries Doable Zin? Ws?h Keenl,
j.'k- each. A eske of Soap FREE ?ith
Apple Cider Vinegar for jii.-klinij.
W v. ? re got the beat, Me per pdJow.
hj Try Bourbon (OflV-e, it's sui uwn ?
^ blend. Vnii'll like tb? Umt*. You'll M
? like the price?2i>.?. "i
C. R. YATE5 & CO., %
Grocerlce and Provision?. ^
ano s. ??????? st. ^
Home Telephone 95B. ^j
,?t I Kl'lT JAKS, 45 easts asesa,
HALF C ALLONS, 06 tenu deatu.