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ALEXANDRIA, VA., TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBEB 18, 1904.
PRICE 2 OENTS.
VOLUME CV.
MEDICINAL, _____
THE BIGIER'S CBEST
Is well expanded. He uaes his lungs to
their fullest capacity. People in ordin
ary do not uae much over half their luiig
power. The uuused lung surface be
conies inert, and offers a prepared ground
for the attack of the germ9 of consump
tion. There is no need to warn people
of the danger of
j consumption, but
I warning ia con
i atantly needed not
' to neglect the first
symptonis of dia
eased lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medkal Discov
ery cures obstirmte
coughs, bronchitis,
bleeding lungs,
and other condi
taaaa which, ii
neglected or un
skilfully treated,
find a fatal tenni
tiation in consump?
tion. It is entire
ly free from opi
ates and narcotfcs.
"Atoiit three years
ago I waa taken with
a i-ad cough, vomitiug
and apitting blood.?
writes Mr D. J. Rob
laanfl of Spring Car
den. W Va. 1 tried
nniny remedira; notli
1 ing *eemed to helproe
tii; I commenced aslag Vr. Meret'S (ioldea
afedi al Dlscovery. After aaiaa im Uittleaand
fonr rialaof hi.? ' t''es??nt PelteU.' 1 commenced
to impiove. Mv cHse aeciBCd to be almoat a
hopeles* one. DoctOfS pronounced it ulcer of
the lnagS. I wn< fciek nearly two yeara?part of
aras givea up to <\ie by all.
Ithought it would be ltnposaibte for mr to llve
over night at onc time. I h.;v<-n't spit any btood
now for more than twelve montha, and worked
on the lanu all la*t summer It waa Dr.
Pierce's medicines that cured mt."
Accept nosuhstitute for"Crolden Med
ical Diecovery." There 19 nothing "just
as gi.o.l " for diseases of the stomach.
Tlic "Medical Adviser," in paper cov
ers, is sent free oa reeeipt of 21 one-cent
stamps to pav for mailing only. Address
Dr. R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, _ Y. _
SOHOOLS AND OO^LEOES.
miSCTOS iSSTITUTI,
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
310 North Waahlnfftoa Mieeti
ALEXANDRIA. VA.
Tll.. pem Beptember 23, 1004.
Verv careful teaching in all department* A
pupils received.
,,t i.,;,i..Mierv' dmgstore, and
afterSeptember Istal reaidence. .
\. \|. in VNDLEE, Principal.
SCHOOL F-ORGIRLS.
507 Prince Street, Alex tndria, \ irgiuia.
.n opeaa Monday, September
1!'. I
luate and col
instructlon in primary department.
Muaie, eloeiition and langO
.. . .
I RANI l.- B. I w ING.
I'.-i.i. i|.ll.
St. Mary s Academy, Alcxandria/Va
Boardingand Daj Bol.1 for Girls.
Tborough course In Engliah. Voeal and
[natmuieiiUl muaic taught by efheienl m
i,.. moal approved im thoda, 1 hysicai
eultiirea apecial feature of the scl.I. De
partraent for boya under twelve yeara ol age
udi) pupil*. Veryyoungchildrenr.
aa board ?-. Tarma moderate. Advantagea
oeinv For . ataloxne addrt aa
' SISTERBOFTUE HOLY CROSS.
auu'-'n lui
KIISWAL Hllill SfllOOL,
POB BOY8,
Near Alevandriii, Va.
L. M. BLACKFORD, M. A , LL D.,
l'riiieipnl.
The 06th year opena September 28, 1004.
Oatalogue aenl on application.
dSaw twSm
POTOMAC ACADEMY
N... tlS North WaahiBftOD Street,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
\ full clasdcal and mataematioa] eoarae
taught Also French, German. Spanish,
Bookkeeping and Typewriting. PupUi have
made exeelleut record at the UBiveralty of
Virginia Weat Poiut and United States Naval
\eideinv. A few bnarders takea. The 36th
aesaion begina September 14, 1904. For cat
^^^*Ml?&tBURN,
MCl eot-epl I PrincipaL_
UNIVERSITY C0LLE6E
OF MEDICINE,Ri?nHo%?,'i')
wrniniMF-DENTISTRY-PHaBMACT
{:i Laboratoricf in charge of ipecialists.
q .7 Systt-m. BjpariarCtiaic*
icachinglncmr owa HotpitaL
F? ......i^i?f.^?.;nn wr.teTHE I'ROCTOJt.
KINDEROARTEN.
IfISS BLAYMAEEB will raepea her
Kindergarteaal No. 554 south Washington
ttraet OCTOBER 5, 1504.
Cirealan atattag lerraa, Ac, faraiahed up
on appllcaUoa, Addreaa 415 aoath Pltl Btieet
Btpllra_.
1
dl or write the U.EXANDRIA AND
wvslIINGTON B08INES8 OOLLEGE,
corner PW aad King atreeta, Aleaaaarla,
Virginia, ** Btlehl't Thirty-third Aaaaal
X???n?eoment and Spcci.l Scpte.nlH-r Ortcr.
Ini.r.iertoadvcrtise and prove that they ex
,V!;:,?nt.,Mr. I..P.W.?,ehl, as
. tlBjraeT^daUata.oaartaa
month'atuiUon, freebooka and ataay other
Lndncementa to inveatlgata their aeej atOeaa.
Call or write BOW.
.iin _
I). HARRY APP1CH,
Wholeaale and Retail
CONFECTIONER
AND FRUTI DEAJJtR.
No. 525 King: Street.
The tboieeat delicacios in the line ol
Oakea, Paetry, Coniections, &c.
ia] unlucements for the country
?ratle _
R N BYRUPJBBt n
iiv .1. ( M lUhl 1..V
new caaealftwd. JUBtn
. .t. I' M 1 ' ?"! Ii>
POTOMAC V'l" ?i'otomac
Flour, very high grads, rf5^,'*iS^BK<
PUBI.I8HKD DAILY AND TKI-WBKKLY AT
OAZETTEBUILDINO. 310 4 312 PRINCE
BTREBT.
TBRM8: Daily-l year, $5:00; 6 montha
$2:50; 3 raouths, $1:25; 1 month, $0:43; 1
week $0'10
Tri-weekiy-1 year, $3.00 ; 6 montha, $1.50;
3 montha, $0:75; 1 month, $0:25.
Contract advertisers will not be aliowed toex
ceed theirspaee unlesa theexcess ia paid for
at trauaient ratea, and under no circuro
stances will they I* aliowed to adveitiae
other than their legitimata business in the
apace cmitraeted for. ....
Resolutiona in memonam, of thanka, tnbutes
of respect, resolutious adoptcd hy societiea
or persons. unless of public concern, will
only be pnnted in the paper as advertise
ments. . _
[Entered at the Postoffice of Alexandria, Vir?
ginia, as second-class rnatter.l
BL00D7 BATTLE ON TRAIN.
One of tho coachea ol the Georgia
Southern antl Florida passenger train
coming from Jackaonville to Valdosta,
(ia., Sunday night, waa the aeene of one
of the bloodiest chapters that has been
written in the history of the Okefinokee
region. In a general melee, a white
man named Jacksou Duncan waa stabbed
to death, two negroes were killed, and
Marshall Duncan waa stabbed in several
places, and either thrown from the mov
ing train or fcll off. The men who did
the killing, according to reports, are
Charles and Hillary Altman, who rcaide
near Baxter, Fla. Tne killing waa the
result of a drunken row, preceded by a
h.Dg period of bad ieeling between the
Duncana, who areprominentnaval atores
men, aud the Altmanaand other citizens
of that place, who appear to bave been
reaeutful of the development which the
still and the mill had brought to that
scetion of the country. The Duncana
have stated a number of tiraes that they
were alwaya having trouble with their
neighbors, who persisted in trespassing
npon their land-*. On Sunday a lajge
orowd of Moniac and Baxter people
went to Jacksonville to spend the day.
Moet ol the erowd were in an intoxica
ted condition Sunday night when they
boarded the train. W. M. Duncan,
iather of the younger Duncan, waa
in the crowd, but he and his sons
are said to have been sober. The six
or eight men who made up the other
faction were very boisterous, after the
train polled out from Jacksonville- and
picked a (juarrel with a negro named
Jim Lilev, who worked for the Duncana.
Like a llash, Charley Altman, whoac
caaed the ne^ro of being in <lebt to him,
drett hii dirk and Btabbed the negro lo
the beart The negro fell belweeu
tbe aeata and died Inataotly. Then
Jackaon Duncan remoustrated with
Altman, aud Hillary Altman drew his
dirk aad stabbed Duncan, who died in
B niiniile or so. Marshall Duncan was
also stabbed, and was either pushed from
the train or fell 0& U? ?"* hadlj in
jurcd bv the briusc- 06 WMtaiaed by the
fall and alao by haif a doten knife
wounda he received. Anothei negro
was killed ia the melee. The two Alt
maiis alipped frora the car to the plat
formaud jonped from the train as it
ilowed dowD, but got npon the reai aad.
\V. ht. Duncan in the meantime bad
drawn his rerolver, and was bunttag for
the Altmana in all of the eoaehea. A
MaeOD baatlhaii player waa hidden in
one of tbeeloseta, and Duncan aupposed
hiin to be the murderer of hia son.
After liring several tbota at the door
ho smashed it in with an axe, but
the Macon man had escaped through the
window to the platform of the car
and into the ladiea' coach. Yester?
day morninsr, according to reports, the
row was renewed between the Duncans
aud the partiea ofthe other side. Frienda
ofthe Altmana, it ia aaid, met at their
house, and went to Baxter, where a
fusilade occurred between them and W.
If. Duncan and another younger son.
Wr. M. Duncan was shot through the
fleshy part oi his stomach twice and his
son waa shot through the hand.
Diapatchea recieved in Macon, Oa.,
aavs that Dcputy tSheriff Tbrift was fired
up'on by a crowd at Baxter, Fla., when
he attempted to arrest the two Altmans.
Citizens prevailed upon the deputy to
make no further attempt at arreat until
the sherift arrives. More trouble is ex
pected when it is attempted to take the
Altmans to pnson.
A party ot about fifty friends are
Munding guard with loaded Wincheatera
around the housc in Baxter, ITa., in
which nre Charles Altman and Hillary
Altman. Tbese friends of the Altmans
aay that the sherilTor military will take
the men over their dead bodica. lt is
reported that a military company from
Jacksonville haf been ordered to the
scene.
Chapelle Vistt* Pope.
Archbishop Chapelle, of New Orleans,
papal delegate to Cuba and Porto P.ico,
was received in audience by Pope Pius
yesterday. The Pope exhibited the
kindliest interest in the Archbishop and
expressed great pleasure at making his
personal acqiiaintance. The audience
laated IS niinutes and waa concerned
with matters relating mainly to Arch?
bishop Chapelle's duties in Cuba and
Porto liico. Archbishop Chapelle re?
ported that on the eve of his departure
from Cuba President Palma, whose re
latioua with the church are of the most
pleasant character, requested him to pre
sent his individual respectsto the Pope,
and also to express his desire for the
maintenance of the best understanding
between Cuba and the head of the
Uoman Catholic Church. Pope Plus
expreaaed his gratificationat themessage
from thc President of the Cuban repu j
lic and asked Archbishop Chapelle to
c ?nvev his thanks to President Palma
and his blessintr upon all the iahabitaiits
uftheisland. "After the report of the
Arehtliocese of New Orleans had been
submitted Archbishop Chapelle preaent
ed the Pope with an album entitlcd
?'Catholiel&i Orleans" The album
ooataiaa 1M photographs of churches
aud R -man Catholic institutions of
New Orleans. The Pope was highly
1 with tbe gilt, whichheexamtned
with much interest. Cardinal Merry
dei Val, ihe papal secretary of State, iu
v'.ted Archbishop Chapelle to dinner nt
Caatel Qandolfoon Wedm-sday.
Virginia Troope.
The Manassas correspondent of the
Richmond Times I >i-patch BBya i It may
inu realJVirginians t. know that regularof
ficers think theaverageheightand weight
of the Virginia soldiers is under that of
the men from anv other State represent
ed in the maneuvres. The Massachusetts
men were said t > be the largest. This is
the opinion of an officer of the regular
army. There is not a dotibt tbat the
Virginia soldiers, however, were the
equals, if not the superiors, ofthe sol?
diers ofauv other State in bearing and
there is no'doubt tbat they were not sur
pie sed by tho*cof any other State in en
durance ofthe fatigue ofthe maneuvres.
Ofcourse there were somestragglers, but
the nnmber was smail as compared with
that from other regimenta of eqtial size.
The discipline and training of the regi
meut was evidenced by its being selected
every day as the advance of the Fourtfa
ilrigade. This was the poat of honor.
The Sixteenth regulars, which marched
behind the Virginians, have declared on
every occasion that they have never fol
lowed men who marched faster or who
could stand it better.
iHins Welghed U-ss Tfian 2 I'ounds.
Bucklen's Arnfca Salve
Has wnrld-wide fame for marveloti
It Mirpasscs anv other salve, lotion, oiniiiient
o--baliti for Cuta. Coraa, Baraa, Boile, s.res,
Felons, I'lcers, Tetters, Salt Kheum, rever
Sores Chamd llandu, Skin fcVapaoaa: ln
falllbie for Pilea. Cure guaranteed. Only
25c at E. S. I*adl>eater A Sons, dlBgglBta
Better Than a Plastcr.
A piece of llannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on
the afTected parta is better than a plas
ter for a larne back aud for pains iu the
side or cbest. Pain Baloa has no supe
rior as a linimeut for the reliefof deep
seated, muscular aud rheumatic paiaa.
For sale by Gibson k Timberm.in and
\V. F. Creighton & Co.
FOR O VER8IXTY YE ARS
An Oi i) and Wkli.-Tkikd Rkm kuy.?
Mrs. Win-low's Boothiag Byrap haa been
tised for over sixty "??rs by BaiUio
mothers for their chiJdren whue WbhiiimB
with perfect auccess. It soothes the child,
wftens tba |BBM, allays all pain, eurcs wind
oolie and is tba beat remedy for Diarrho-a. Ia
abaaaatta tba taate. Sold by draggiata ia
every part ofthe world. Tweuty-tive a
bottle. Its value is itiealeulable. I!e sure
iod aak *? Mrs. Wiusli.w'h Booihiaa Syrup
and take no other kind.
NIP IT IN THE BUD.
Firat Appenrnnee of Dnnd.ufT a I'ore
rnnner of Future llaldneaa.
That such ls thn c.nse haa be.^n ron
clusively proven by Fclenttfle raaaareb.
Prof. Ubbb, tho noted Kuropean skln
speclallst, declares that d.nndruff la tho
burrowed-up cutlcle of the scalp cause.t
by parasites destroylng tho vftallty In
the halr bulb. The halr beeomes llfeless.
and. In time, falls out. This can bo pre
vented.
Ncwbro'a HerptelaB Vllls this dandruff
germ. and reatorea the halr to Its natur.nl
Boftness and abundancy.
Herplclde ls now u?ed by thotiaanda of
people?oll aatlsflod that lt ls the tnoqt
wonderful halr prcparatlon on the mar?
ket to-day.
flold by leadlnsr druwrlpts flend 10c. ln
M.imps for sample to The TIerplclde Co.,
Detrolt, BfJeh.
K. s. Lendbeater & Sons, Bpedal
Agents.
AJJCTION BALES.
DBLIC Al ' tion:
SEPTEMBER 15, 1904,
At 10 o'clock A. M.
For sale at puhlic aiiction, on my farm, in
Hkxaadriae.ty,one milefrom Braddock
station, OB Washington, Alexaiidna aud Mt.
Vernon Bailway, September 15, 1904, Bt 10
o'clock A. M? TWENTi IIEAD OF
( VI 1 l,E,eonsi,tingof Htil'ers fr..in OMtO
three years old. Some will )k- traafa thu faU.
Two VoiingCows that have calvis a lnoiith
old Twodry Cowaaad One Kat Bteer, aad
Seven Berkshire Pigs, five weeks old. BOBBB
ofthei-e heifersarc pure Jcrsey. All are in
tine eondition. ... i *oo
Terms of Sale?All ptirchases under $20,
wudv all over that amount three months ered
it at'six pereent. with |0adBM0raer.
aepl2 2t !?? N K
P
DWDBANOB .AQEWOlJBg^^
Alexandria Insurance Co.,
(BKGAN BirSfNKWilM 1871)
CAPITAL PAIDI'PlNCA-H 57.000.
Fire. Marine and Plate (iips* m-urance.
J. CLlfcTON SMOOT (of C. C. 8moot ASons
Co.), President.
LAURENCE STABLER. Secretary.
DIRECTORS:
George 9. Frcneh (Sec. Alex. Fert. A Chemi
cal'Co )
Worth linlfish (of J. F. Carlin's Soni Co.
har.lware). , ._.
J. T. Burke (of Burae A Herbert, bankers).
B. Baer.jr., (Clothing Merehant).
Saro'l. H. Lunt (Real Estatel.
Wm. II. Hellmuth (Hellmuth Bros.).
^B_K)mce :?No. 125 south Fairfax street
Carpets
and Rugs.
Call and inspect our
large line of Wilton, Ax
ininister, BrusseLs and
Ingrain Carpets. Our stock
of Rugs eontains the latest
styles from door niut to
rooinsize, 9x12.
M. Ruben & Sons.
601 KING STREET.
A Large Line of Linoleums
and Oilcloths.
HUTCH, HUTCH, HUTCH.-Try IIUTCH
or indifeeation. It will cure you. 25 cenu
perbox. For aale only by
WARrlELDAHALL,
i Corner Prince aud Fairfax itreeta.
DRY OOODS
SWAI
424=426 King Street.
BELL TELEPHONE.
Thia ia tbe last week you can buy
Manhattan Shirta at reduced prices thia
aeason. The sale will last another week,
after which all Manhattans go back to
their regular prices. We have many
pretty styles to choose from, in white
madras and neat fancy stripea.
*1 50 Manhattan Negligee Shirts
now. H.IO
$2.00 Manhattan Negligee Shirta
now.??? ?l-30
Special Sale of
?%
98c each
WVotfer rorona week only nll Man
battao 11.60 and $2 Ptacy BtltT Boaoaa
shirts, with teparata cufla, at the low
price of
98c Each.
avacaMMKTv
AUOWl.oKGLTfT-53 FITriNG.
WlABANTaa
POPULAR1PR1CES,
Standard
Palierns KeUuced
bb ...,. | i t,, ttate to <ur patroaa that
the pricea ofthe well known Standard Pat
tern-, of which we are exelusire agenta lo
Alexandria, have b? D radoetd in BfMB lo
10c and 15c Each.
Nooahitaer. Eow you can bay a rtrictjjr
hifrh.grade, Man aftowiiig patteni rbr tbe
aame i>ri.-. yon woaW hatw lo paj for tha In
ferior kinda. Benwmber tha pricea in the
ruturean lOeandlftc. Kooehlaher,
VYa "il1 fladly mail to aay addreaa oer
handycatnlogue,ahowing all the Naw Aa
t ii i ji 11 Faahioaa.
Tha Dathjaer, lOeeopy; 50e raar deliverei.
TIIHIiKltillVCOOPHIHTIVi:
i ifitCAfllll
\0. 5,
Oflers the batl ladaeeaaeati to whoarer waata
to huild or buy B honic, DBJ oll old luort
gagea or improve their ptaacrly, LOANS
are made payahle in moiithly iiistalment.
Settlement in full or in part may be made at
,y time Mrictly SIX PEB CEMT. is
charged, and when partof loan is settled the
monthly IN'STALMENTS AHE REDUCED
projH.rtionatcly. OSbBBSIS Klaf st.
ISAAC EKJHBBRG, Praaktoat,
JTJ8TU8 BCHNEIDEB, Baa. aad Tiaaa.
i;. i:. iioWN'HAM, Dlraetor.
J0H51 T. XAU.S,
THOMAS IIOY,
p. P.GOBMAN,
R. P. AITCHESON, "
E. C. CiRAHAM,
?jtJ fal _____
^ROCERJIE^
"wTa. JOHNSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCER*.
GENERAL COMMISSION MEBCHANTS
And Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQ.UORS,
Have on hand Gihson'a XX, XXX, XXXX,
and Pure Old Rye, Old (ahinet and Mono
eram Whiskies : also Baker'sand Thoinpsoii ?
Pure Rye Whiskies, to which they invite the
attention ofthe trade.
Ordera from the country for merchandise
ahal 1 receive protupt attention.
SeaatBBBteatoaf Kbur, Grain and Conntry
Prwlucesolieited, f..r which they guarantee
he highest market prices and prornptretunm
N E aeraer Caaaaroa aad Royal Streeta.
JOHNAHERN&CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
Aml Dealcra in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Countrv Prodnce received daiiy. Our atock
of Plain and Eancy Oroeeriei euibracesevery
thing to U- had '?' this line.
We hold largely in UaJtad Kataa honded
warehouw and carry m Btoak vanous branda
ot the l>est
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
made Have BBN ia seWB aupenor grades of
Foreigu and Arnenean
V/TNE8 M-ES, BROWN 8TOUT, Ac.
sarsati'sf'ae'ioii (iuaranteed aa to Pnce and
'^ tjuality.-**
CornerJ'rince aad Cmmerce Street*;_
QUAVLITX tki.i.n.
j.C.MILBUUN,
113 North Royal Street : Alexandria, Va
Dealer in
FANCY AND STAPLE GBOCERIES.
Proprietor of the
POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR,
which ia nnexcelled.
^?j-Cofleea Freahly Roasted'000;
~CHOICE ENGLISU BREAI
juat received by J. C MILBURN.
PKY OOOJDS.
THIS IS
NOT
Aii Dverflow "ad" hut ?
few Spccial Advcrtiscd
Bargtiius for this week*
Many othcrs not nion
tioned, hut musthc scen.
Bargain in
Hen's White
Laundered Shirts
100 Men's White Laundered Shirts,
mostly all sizes, retailed for 76? to *1.
They are slightly soiled. Your choice,
30c.
Bargain in
Embroideries.
uoo Pieeaa oflfear Embrolderlea
:it Bacritioe Pricee.
Kmbroideries that rctail for 10c, 10c,
26e aad 30c will beaohj at Gc for the
10c widths, 8c for the I6c widths, 12)0
for the 25c widths, and 10c for the 30c
widths.
Bargain in
Wool Dress
Goods Remnants.
r>00 yards All-wool Cheviots, Cloth?,
Fancy Dreaa Qooda, afohain aad Vbilea
culled out Irotn the dress gooda depaxt.
ment, will be aald at haif priee.
Bargain in
Apron Qinghams.
One egjj ti 8,000 yards of Apron
(linghanis, qoalitj alBJOai a- u.1 M
Lanc0at<aJ0, bol with daiaaged iel?
aorth 7c, at ">o yard.
I
316 Kin? Street
ULOTHING
Fall and Winter
,1 IT I rT 11! f 1 Ci
Our line of Tailoring
Samples for Fall and
Winter comprises all the
latest fabrics in staples
and novelties, and is
now ready for your in
spection.
Suits and Overcoats to
order from $13.50 up.
Trousers to order from
$4 up. Fit guaranteed to
all.
L LBE rMI,
One Friee Clothier and
Tailor.
No. 304 King Street.
FOUXDKRS AND MACH7NI8IS.
.I.&H.AITCHKSON.
PRACTICAL MACHINIM'S AND ENGI
5TEEEA,
-And P.uilders of
MARINE AND STATloNARY ENGINES
Blaeksniithing and'Steam Fitting. Engi
neera' aud Machinists' Supplies aud all sort
of mill work and tliat ccaaarted with brick
work promptly executed. Kepairiug prompt
lv done.
7 J.AIL AITCHESON,
116 Eing Street, Alexaadrla, Va.
WJf. S.MOORE
MACHINIST. IRON AND BEAB8 FOCND
ER, SHIPs-MH II AND BI.A< KSMITH,
(OLD DOSnKIOK W0KK8)
Sontb Uniou Street : Ale-ar.dria, Va.,
Will furniah and repair all kinds ot Ma
chinery, Iron and Brass Cactinga, \S roiight
and t'aat Iron Fencs, Mill Work. Strip and
Blaeksniithing, EdpTaoje, Mill H'rks *_-?
ing Hammers, and ali kinds of Mill >>ork
made and repaired at the aaotteat notice and
at reaaonabfe pricea. The hiKheat mar-et
price paid for old Wrought and Cast Iron,
_Braaaand Copper_
~ New No.TfAT MACKEREI. reeived to
dftvby J. C. MILBUEH.
BEST LEE
Co?5tl9 Coke
and Wood.
J. R. Zimmerman.
OFFICE 114 SOUTH ST. ASAPH STREET.
Wharves and Yard Foot of Queen Street.
Bell 'Phone 77. Home 'Phone 18.
WilOLESOME.
DELICIOUS.
{KLOSTBR BEEE,
Made of Finest Hops
and Malt Exclusively.
ON DRAUGHT ONLY AT
'ifl
.ui
.ii
'he Chr. Heurich Brewlng Co.'s
FAHOUS
Lager Beer
Is now on sale at all the leading
saloons in this city.
O'SULLIVAN & CO., Agents,
.ug2_ Alexandria, Virginia
000000000000 0000 0000 0000(
UP-T0-PATE. CLOSE AT 7, SATURPAYS EXCEPTEP.
KATJFMANI BROS.,
THE KUSY HAN AND BOY'S STORE,
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
Fall and Winter Opiiig oi
s
-
&
KAUFMANN BROS.
CLOTHIERSand FURNISHERS,
402 King Street.
ROSENFELD'S.
Satisfaction or Money Back.
The Store Is Not WalkingUp and
Down Amid a Dozen Stores.
lt has its own path aml never goes next door to fiud out what
is to be doM next The next thing uow is to open new go<*ls for
ral! ud winter of 1901 and 1906, which we do this week in the
following stock:
A Crop of Early Fall Hats.
Turbons are snug, cloae fitting?The Little Torpedo. Big
picture shapcs seeiu a.s good as evtr. They are already here in
tatfcta and velvet.
Fall Designs of Druggets and Rugs.
The full assortment is not here by any nieans, but euough to
make a bright spot in the store. New Silk Waists, Hlack GVJtlf
fon Talleta, the toftoaai aad gracc almont of Ohinasillc, but a little
bil heavier, (roin |8.99 to $10.
Our Wo.iien's Obatj Bod Suits will be in in a few day*, will
tell you all about them in our next ad.
Take a peap into the black silk section aud you will fiod these
novelties just arrived.
t'eau Oranite Surah Hriliiant and Tarleta Kadiux.
New rjreaagooda, black and fancy, from 25c to P.M per
yard.
Rosenfeld's,
518=20 King St., Alexandria, Va.
! \ir- BAKED BEAN8 iu-t re
;?2i\,v I. C. MIEHlRN.
ceived by
?THE EION" METAE POLUfl forclean
ingand polishing Uras*, Copper, Ac. Priee
!'..r sale by _
;EADBEATEBA
~FOK HALK.? i EKCOALat
t.it market prl
W. A. SMOOT & CO.
(,u<i|i roasTED < OFPEE, 14c; oth.r
gradea up to 35c for the beat.
_J C MILBURN
EN'TIRE WHEAT FEOl'R and CKAIIAM
FLOURjuat received by
J.'C. MfEBlJRV _
RALSTOX BREAKFAST F<X)D, quality
guarauteed, for sale at "* I?tf^LB(JBN|

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