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ALEXANDRIA.^^DXKSDaTeVENING, SEPTEMBER lL.JDO-L_1'KICI. 2 CKNTS.
VOLUME CV.?
MEDICINAL. _^_ __
LlfiHT Ar# BARK,
Day and night, sunahine and ahadow
are not more different froni each other
Sn . heSthfnl from a aickly ?
The healthful woman camcs ligtat and
Bunalune with her wherever she goes.
The woman
who Buffera
| from ill-health
caats a shadow
on her own hap
piness and the
happineaa of
others. She
eanaot hclp it.
Thoae who suf
fer cnnnot
amile and sing.
Ill-health ln woman h gcncrally trace
able to disease of the dcllcate womauly
organiam. Many women have been re
! to happiness by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Pavottte Prescriptiou. If there
is an invalid woman, suffering from
fetn.ile weakneee, prolapsus, or fall ing of
wonil), or from hucorrliea who has used
Dr. i'ierce's l'avorite Prescription with
ont complete aaceeaa Dr. Pierce would
like to hear from such person?and it
will be to her advamage to write as he
offeis, la perfect good faith, a reward of
: >r any case of the above maladiaa
which he cannot cure.
"I leel it my duty to ::ifbrm you that I had
been a suflcrer for mnny years from nervout
nts> with all it? armptotna and c jmpllcationa,"
I viiifrlon Ave,,
K?w Vork, N V "I wai con-tanUj tfoing- to
?ce a phyaician. I w.i* Induced to ?* Dr.
,. . I then took fivebottleaof 'Fa
vorite Pre-cripUon.' I am not now cro?s and
irrila1.,!--.-nid I li ive a good cokjf iu my fhee ;
:i pounda in weight
aud one tkeuiand of eomfort, for I ara a n.w
. oncc more "
Tbe dealer who offera a substitute for
" 1 avorite Prescription " does so to gain
the little more profit pakl on the sale of
less meritorioaa medlcinea.
Dr, ; unmoa Sense Medical
Advisec is eent free on receipt of stampe
t<. pay expenae of malling only. Send 21
one-e'ent stamps for tbe piper-covered
book, or _i stamps for the cloth bound.
Addresa Dr. R. _ Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
SCHOOtA AND OOLjLEGES.
ARIJMiTO USTH'LTE,
\ BCHOOL FOR OIBL8.
aiB North WasihiiiKton Stntt,
Al.l'XANPEIA. VA.
TheSftth var opaaa BepteBiber 23, 1904.
V.rv careful toaching in all departBMOte. A
few boarding pupilsr.ived.
,t Leabeatera' drngstore, and
after September Irtal reaWenee.
\. M. CHANDLEE, I'rineipal.
aogia -in_
SCHOOL FOR OIRLS.
? .; Pi ln street, Alexandria, Virginia.
N'.\i aessioa opaaa Monday, September
19 l.i.i.
Uraduate aud college preparatory courses.
Careful inalructlon in priraarj department.
Muaie, clociition and langoagea.
For catalogue address
Mrs. FRANCES B. E\S INO,
aagMew _ Principal.
St. Mary's Academy, Alexandria,Va
Boarding aud Day School for Olrls.
Thorough eoarse In Eagliab. Voeal and
inatrumental music tanghl t.y efficienl in
structor*. Typewritina Bad stcnography
after the mosl approved mcthodH, Phytieal
culture a apecial foatura of the sel.1. I>c
partraent for boya under twelve years <>f sge
aadaj pupila. Very young child ren received
aaboarders. Ternaa aaoderate. Advaatagea
lnanv. For catalogue address
BI8TER8GFTUE IIOLY CROS9.
aug-'.' lin
FJ'ISI'OI'AI, IIKill KI'hM,
FOR BOY8,
Near Alexainliia. Va.
L. M. BLACKFOBD, . M. A , I.E. D?
Principal.
Tbe 66th year opena September ?:?<, l'.HM.
?it ..n appUeaUoa.
je"7d2.iw twSBl
roTOMA'xTACADllY
No. 818 North Washington Street,
ALEXANDBIA, VA.
A full olaaalral aad matheBtatleal eoorae
taughl Also Freneh, Germaa. Bpanisb,
Bookkeeplng nd Typewrillag. Papflahere
made excellcnt reeord at tha University <>f
? and United States Naval
m, .\ few Ihoardei taken. Tbc S0tfa
?Fssion begini > 14, I'""- Eor cat
?^^^ffettoc^BTBN,
ftugi eoteepH _ PripelpaL
Iph-Macon College
MLN. Ashland. Virginia.
. . asfiaai a.h. ?.i
| r.nd beiiltliful lo- ftti.ni,
?,,,f Rieamood, BesaB
psndantCoUaavDerai
.a. raenlty ol tavtrit?til la
iraas, owiaf tosa>
? tddreaa
V, m. s,. BBOW K, Sivrfturj ??<! Tr????rer.
KINDERGARTEN.
Miss BLAYMAKEB arlll reopen ber
? at No. 221 south Washington
m rOBEB S, 1904.
Circulars atattag terma, Ac.. fornlshed ap
oa applieation. Addraaa llSaoatb Pitt street.
sepl llil
Call or write tlie A.LEX UJDRIA AUD
WASHINGTON BU8INESS COLLEGE,
corner I'iu and King atreeta, Alexandria,
Virginia, tbr Btiebl'a Tblrty-tbird Ananal
Announeenui.t and Speeial Seple.nUr Otler.
In order toadrertiae aad prove that they a*
eallin eTerythiag, Mr. LP. W.SHebl, as
liated bj Mi-. Stiehl and ipeclattata, o?ei one
inoiith'stuition, free books and many Otber
indii.euu nt- to laveatigala their new eelkga.
Call or ? rite ii".v.
aag6 3m_
L). HARRY APPICH,
Wholeaale and Retail
CONFECTIONER
AND FRUIT DEALEB.
No. 525 King Street.
The Uiufcan*. delicacie* in the line ol
Oakea, Paatry, Ooadattkaaa, Ac
Special inducementa for the country
?rade
iLDEN < ROWN BYRUP IpU meived
bl J.C M1LRIT.N.
ZEST the new eer. ul food, just reeaJTad
by V'-BPRN
POTOM K.C ll.ot"'.;-.'?> i.arrebof Potomac
Flour, very bigh grade, y^'^j^pjj,
PUBLISHKD DAILY AND TRI-WKKKLY AT
QA2_ETTE BCILDIN'J. 310 4 312 PRINCE
6TBJt8T.
Tkrms: Daily-1 year, $5:00:6 months
$2:50; 3 months, $1:25; 1 month, $0:43; 1
week $)0'10
Tri'-vTeekiy-l year, $3.00 ; 6 months, $1.50;
3 months, $0:75; 1 inontli, 60:86.
Contract advertisers will not be aliowed toex
eeed theirapaee bbIbbi theexeaes is paid for
at transient rates, and under no circum
stances will they be aliowed to advertise
Other than their legitimute business iu the
space contracted for. . -. ....
Baaolatloiia in meinonam, of thanks, tnouies
ofnaneet, resolutions adopted by societies
Of persons, unle?s of public coneern, will
only be printed in the paper ae advertise
menU. _ _, _ . ...
[Entered at the Postoffice of Alexandria, Vir?
ginia, as second-class matter.l
INTERPARLIAMENTARY UNION.
The Interparlitmentary Union in ses?
sion in St. Louis whose uiission to the
United States is to advance the causo of
peace, and bring about, if possible,
universal iuternational arbitration, took
up in earuest yesterday the itnportanl
rnattera before it. The aeasion waa held
iu the Hall of Congreates, at the World's
Fair, which was superbly decorated with
the flags of all nations and palins and
ferns.
It was planned by the executive coun?
cil to present to the conference three of
the six important resolutions awaiting
action. These three nieasures have to do
with intervention in the Russo-Japanese
war, iuternational agreemcnt and tbe
calling of anothor session of the con?
ference held at The Hague. The latter
propositiou possessed the most far-reach
ing possibilities. It had alrcady caused
heated dehate in the council, aud ita
phraseology was decided upon only after
a compromise in which American word
ing preponderated.
Congressman Burton, of Cleveland,
jraj the spokesman of the coitucil on
The Hague resolution. The propositiou
to undertake to securc interveutioti in
the far Kast was presented by Le
Oonte Gtoblet d'Alviella, of Belgium,
and Dr. Gobat, of Swiuerland, stibmit
tad a report dealing with the iuterna?
tional agreemeut.
No time was lost in re.iching the order
Ol businesa, and Le Coiute Groblat d'Al?
viella presented ihis resolutio-i calling
for intervention iu the Rusao-Japanese
war. It raada:
"The Interparliamen'.ary Conference,
shocked by the borrors ol the war tbat
i.s being waged iu the far East, betweeu
civi'i/.ed states, and deploring that the
powers s:gnatory ol the convention of
The Hague have been unable to have re
course to the clauscs thereof, which
direct them lo teuder their mediation
iiiiiiiedu'/ely ujxni the'outbrcak of bos
tilities, asks the powers siguatory oi the
convention of The Hague lo intervene
either joiutly i r separately with the bel
ligareata in order to facilitaia tho rw
toratloo ol peaoe, or loatraet the ialer
piiiiiamentary bureati to bring the pres
ent reao ution to the knowledge ofaaid
powers."
The resolution was adopted.
Tbe new Hagueconferenee propositiou
was next taken up. Congressiiian Bur
ton, of Cleveland, presented the resolu?
tion, and urged ita adoption. The res?
olution was Mipported enthusiastically,
and its adoption wasunanimously voted.
I!v this resolution President Roose
vell ia asked to call a second session of
The Hague conference.
Great Britain Wnrned.
kf. Souvorin, manager of the St.
Petersburg Novoe Vreuiya, in a long
leading article which appeara in that
paper, again discu<ise? tho Asian prob"
le.n aud tho argumeut that the renais
sance ofChina would be more dangeroti*
to Japan than it would to any other
countrv, and points out that if Great
Britaiii, with her 42,000,000, can bold
nver 250,000,000 of India in check,
Japan could more easily become the
(Ireat Hritain of China.
li, Boavoria, however, considera that
Japan's threat goes eveu beyond China
?to India, where, he says, theeyeaof
the uativea in this cjnfiict are turned,
not toward Russia, but to Japan. Ho
expressea the opinion tbat Baaala'a
Jefeat would be followed by a contlict
betweaa Japan and Great Britain, and
consetpiently concludes that Russia's
iotercata and thoao of Great Britain, a*
well aa those of the otiier western powers
in the present crisis, are bound t > be
identical.
M. Souvorin says tbat Great Britain
fought for two years a country one
twenty-fifth the si/.e of Japan witln.ul
any British atatesmen foreseeing the
niiinev and lives the war would coat,
their "lack of foresight being hardly less
than that of the Kuaaiau*, and cuncludeH
with savine :
"No"matter how hard the war is upon
the Russiau people, Russia must win the
vietorv, it being even uiore necessary
than it was; lor Great Britain to defeat
the Ilners."
Reports of impending intervention by
the power* to end the war are considered
by the Novoe Vremya, which.aays there is
no proapect of such actlon by France
which country would sincerely like to
paaoa. The paper says it would
rather that ;Germany shouid undertake
the task of separating the conteatanta,
while Germany has not the sjine ma
lerial interest *s to be aftected as France
and the United States.
On the other hand, the Novoe Vrernya
continues America is entirely too buay
with the national election to undertake
sucha daring task, so that Russia may as
well look forward to tbe conclusion of
the war without prospect that any world
power will even attempt to interfere.
Kow AmoiiK Ihurch People.
Five promineut citirena ot Frederiek
county, Va., have been arrested and have
been held,,for court on the charge of
breakiug into a church at Fairview.
Those uuder arrest are George L. Streit.
| David Friea, L. E. Darliogton, 1. C.
| l'arlett, and Lou Cbrismore. The arresto
i were the outcome of a bitter war which
has been waged for the posaesaion of the
Fainiew United Brethern Church. The
property wasdeedcd by a former memher
for tbe use of the members ol the Caited
Brethern in (Tirist. Tbe radical and the
liberal branchesof the ebureh have iil
ways been nt strife over which wing of
the cliiir.h bad tha rifhl to worahip
there. Mrs. Parlett, wii'eof Rev. .1.
Henry Parlett, the radical leader, has
been in the habit of leadiag Bertieea
there every Sunday and couiinuingthem.
with the a'id rif her huaband, until dark,
in order, so it is alleged, to cut out the
liberala from holding services. On Sun?
day, Mrs. Parlett nsserts, tbe persons
under arrest broke in the church doQra
and attemped to hoM worship while -he
was apeaking. They are ako charged
with disturbing public worship.
Twins Weig,hcd IsBM Tlinn 'J. Uoiinds.
Uucklen's, Ai tii< a Sulve
Has world-widc fauic for mar\.loiis run-.
It Barpaaat i anv other aalve, lotion, olatment
or balm for ('.ii-. Cotwa, Boraa. Boila,
Feloai Uleera, Tetters, s.lt Kbeaas, Perei
Boraa, Chappad Haads, 8kin Eruptiona; n
tallibia t'or I'ilcv Cars guarantoed. Oalj
2Sc at E. B. Laadbaatar a Boas, draggtsts.
Better Tlinn a IMaMcr.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and beaaad oa
the aflected parts is better than a plas
ter for a Iame back and for paiaa in the
side or chest. Pain Balm has no supe
rior as a liniment lor the relief of decp
aeated, musciilar aml rheumatic paiaa.
For sale by OibaOfl A Timberman and
W. F. Creightoti A Oo.
FOROCEKSiXTY YEARS
An Oi.d and U'hi.i.-Triri) Rkmkov.?
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has been
ased for over sixty ""irs by millions of
mothers for their chi'lren wbiie iccu.i.ik
with perfect succesa. it soothes the child
loftens the gunis, allays all nain^ curea wind
oolic and is the best remedy for Piarrhna. U
pleasantto the taate. 8old by druggista in
avery part ofthe world. Twenty-live cent- n
bottle. IU value is iucalculable. Be sure
and ask for Mrs. Winsh w'a Soothing Kyrup
*nd take no other kind.
TO CURE ANY DISEASE.
The Cauae Mtiat be Ileraoved, Same
Way AVIth Dandruff.
Klll the germ that causes dandruff,
falllnfr halr and baldness. you will BBTB
no more dandruff, and your halr must
grow luxuilantly. NYwbro's Harptclda
not only contalns tho dandruff germ
ticstroyer, but lt la also a most dollght
ful halr dresslng for regular toilet use.
No other halr preparation is on this
scientlfic basls of destoying- the dandruff
germs. It stops all lrrltatlon, kcepB thj
acalp swect, pure and whole30ire. Rc
member that somethlng claimed to bo
"Just as good," will not do the work of
genuine Herplclde. Sold by lcading
drugglsts. Send 10c. ln stamps for sam
ple to The Herplcldo Co., Detrolt, Mlcb.
E. B. Leadbaatar A Seoa, .S|?ecial
Agents.
_ INSUR *NOE A013NOJ 633.
Alexandria liisuraiico (1o..
(BKGAH BOStNKSS IN 1871)
CAPITAL PAID IT i N <A li 57,000.
Fire, Marine and Plate flUa? n uranee.
J. CLINTdN SMOOT (ofC C. Braool ASons
Co.), President.
LAURENCE STABLER. Secretary.
DIRECTOKB:
Georse s. Pranefa (Bae. Alex. Fert. A Cbead
Worth i'iulfish (of J. F. Carlin's Soiia Co.
hardware).
J. T. Burke (ofP.nrKe A Herbert, bankers).
B. Baer, jr., (Clothing tfercbaat).
Sam'l. H. l-uiit (Beal Eetate).
Wm. II. Hellmntfa (Hellinuth Bros.).
JE6K)ffice:? No. L'"> south Fairfax atreet
DRY GOODS.
IN ADIHTInN TO BPECIAL BALE OF
RUOS & BLACK SATINE SKIRTS
AVe ofler for tkil aeak
TOWELS
at 4, Kc and 10c.
Next week we uill ouVra line of ALL- WOOL
BLANKET8 la ptaia and Paaey that are
relailed in New York at 66*60,
for 6167.
C.E.TACKETT
4.H King sti?M't.
auf?li _
For Sale.
Some ofthe linest nnd bBBl le*
,;,ted BUILDING I.OTS iu the
eity of Alexandria, Braddoek
H.inlils aud l>el Ray. t**
Bfieaa and Brraaa apply lo . ?
JOHN D. NORMOYLE
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
BoeaB 4, Alex. Nat'l Bank BuildinR,
N. E. Corncr Klagaad Koyal Street-,
CapiUl City 'Phone BM._apr7 If
Carpets
and Rugs.
Call and iuspect our
large line of Wilton, Ax
niinister, Bnuwela and
Ingrain Carpets. Our stock
of Rugs eontains the latest
styles from door niat to
rooinsizp, 9x12.
M. Ruben & Sons.
601 KING STREET.
A Large Line of Linoleums
and Oilcloths.
DRY OOODS
AlSlaymaker
429 KING STREET.
VIII li
III
Embrace It.
To c(im|M-nsate our customera for any in
eonveiiien.e while reaetra now bataa
to ihe front <.f the si,.-e aro in progrcss, we
will allow B
Discoiiut <il* 10 P?r (Vnt.
Oa all CA8H PUBCHA-HH al regalar
prieea af all geeds, A gaed aefattaaliy to
huy your
Winter Underwear, Blankets and
Comforts, Flannelettes, Sheet
ings, Cottons, Canton
Flanncls, &c
OTJB BNTIRE LINE Efi Al YOUR
PI8P08AL.
A. C. Slaymaker,
420 KING STIM'IT.
(JLOTHJNG
Fall and Winter
li
hl III T
Our line of Tailoring
Samples for Fall and
Winter comprifes all the
latest iabrics in staples
and novelties and is
now ready for your in
spection.
Suitsand Overcoats to
order from $13.50 up,
Trousers to order from
$4 up. Fit gunranteed to
all.
L m FIELI,
One Priee Clothier and
Tailor.
No. 304 King Street.
KnlWI'Hi:- AND MACHINISTS.
J. & H. AITCHESON,
PRACTK'AL MACHINISTS AND ENGI
BEEBB,
-And Baildara of?
MARINE ANP STATIONARY ENGINES
BbackBmithiag and Steam Fitting. Eugi
netrs' nml Macliinists' Bdppfies. and all son
ofmill work and that connected with brick
work ptoaaptlj aiaeatad. Repairing prompt
I v done.
J. A H. AITCHESON.
116 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
WM. s. MOORE
MACHINIsT. IHON ANP BBA8B FOUND
ER, SlIII'sMlTII ANP BLACK8M1TH,
(oi.D DOatDnoa woitKS)
South Cnion Street ; Alexandria, Va.,
Will furuish and rcpair all kinds of Ma
chinery, Iron and Brass Castings, Wrought
and Cast Iron l'eiices, Mill Work, Ship and
Blacksmithing, ElgeTools, Mill Picka Fac
ing Hamincrs, and all kinds of Mill Work
made and repaired at the shortest notice and
at reas-nable prices. The highest market
priee paid for old Wmught and Cast Iron,
Brass and Copper _
SCHOOL BOOKS
SOLD ANDEXCHANGED
AT STATE PRICES.
SCHOOL 5UPPLIES
Ofall kiaeb at lawasl prlees.
ALL BOOK8 COVBRBD.
Brlag aa jraar BebaaJ Ual aud save tlaae,
troiilde and. ui,,ney.
Dyson's Bookstore,
B08 Klnjf ptreer.
J66P-NEXTTQ OPEBA BOtT8E/0J61
SCHOOL BOOKS
FOR THE PUBLIC BCBOOLi
< AN BE OBTADiED AT . .
R. L. CARNE & CO.'S,
703 KING STREET.
Bebool Booka dtaalawd by tba bilradaetioa
of new booka taken in exchange at exchange
pjieea.
\ll baoka aaU rt state eaatraat prices.
vi.I. BOOKS COTWUBD.
(l|.r OUB ?ic" LIST
BCHOOL SUPPLttS CHEAP.
IIRKJ STORE m SVLK
IN TIliF.WATEK. VA.
Place of l,0W "r '?-"" Population.
BIG BABOAIrf.
Write areaU al Cazette osaaa,
auirfO_l_____
"HUTCH, HUTCH, HUTCH.-Try HUTCH
or indigeation. It will cure you. 25 centa
oer box. For sele only by
^ WARFIELD A HALL,
Corner Prince and Fairfax itreeU.
DRY G00D6
424=426 King Street.
BELL TELEPHONE.
This ia tbe laat week you can boy
Hanhattaa Bhirta at redueed pricea this
o, l'lie aale will laai another week,
after which all Manha.ta.is n baek to
their regular prices. We iiavo many
pretty styles to ebooM from, iu white
madraa and neat lancy stripes.
11.80 Manhattan Negligee shirts
now.". 11.10
*2.00 Matihattan Negligee Bhirta
now. I
Special Sale of
liiiikattaii Stil
taiiii Shirts,
98ceach.
We oil'er lor one a-eak only all Man*
battan II.BO and $2 Fani y fcjtifl Boaooi
Shirta, with ueparale i utEa, al Ibe low
price ol
98c Each.
SFJWS /SlSlSStj Bt^T
AUJDWH)^GDfC5S| FITTING.
Ea|V rng inc JLy V ?_-_-?_-? ___?_._?
f0Rr XSalty
POPULAR PRICES
Standard
Patterns Reduced
\V, :ire glad le itate to onr patrom Ihal
the pricea ofthe well known Standard I'.u
1,-j-i,-, ot whleh we are exeliiMve ngenta in
Alexamlria, hare be? n redoced iu prlc| to
10c and 15c Eacli.
Uone highcr. Koa yon can buy ;. itrict'j
high.grade, seaui allowing potlem for the
aame price jron would have to pay for ihe in
ferioi kinds. Kein-nilir the pricea in the
fulnre are 11K- and 15c. Nnae hlgher.
We will gladly mail lo nnv addreae onr
haody cataluKue, ahowing all the Nea Au
t ii nt ii Paabiona.
Tbe DeaJiner, 10ccopy; ROe year delivered.
FINANCIAL.
THE BEULM CO-OPEBiTIVE
BblLMRQ ASSOCIATIOII,
M. :?.
Often the- i.est Indncementa to whoever wanta
tuhuild or buy a horae, pay 08 old naort
gagoi or Improra tlu-ir property. IX)AN8
are made p.n.ihle in uioiithly in-taliiient.
Battlaaaaal la lall or La parl may be Btadt al
any time. Strietly Sl X PEB CENT. la
charged, and when parl ofloan is lettled the
uionthly INsTAI.UKNTs ABE BEDUI ED
Bfoportioaately. Office IU Kinget.
ISA \< EICHBEBG, President.
JTJ8TU8 BCHNEIDER, Sec. and Treaa.
K. I'.. DOWNHAM, Dlrector.
JOIW T rfALLS,
THOMAfl HOY,
P.P.OORVIAN,
R. P. ATTCIIESOff,
K. C. (iRAHAM,
nyM f.ui
GRnCKKIKS.
W. A.JOIIXSOX&?U.
WHOEE.-'AI.E OJtOCUtCk
GENERAL. COMMISSioN MER? IIANT3
And Daateaa la
ALL KINDS OF LIQUOB8,
Have on band Gsbaoa'a XX, XXX, XXXX,
sad Pure Old Rye, OldCabinet aad laoao
gram Whiskies; alan Baker'sand Thompson s
Pure Rye WMafciee, to which they invite the
attention oftbe trade.
Orders from the country for merchandise
shall raearra proajM atteatioa.
Consignineiit-of I'Lur, Qraia and Country
Predooa solicited, for which they gua
he highest market prie. - and prorapt returns
N. E corner Caraeron sad Royal 8f
JOHNAHERN&CO.,
WHOLESALE ANP RETAIE OBOCEBS
A\t\ Dealera u
PTJBJ WINEs a.Mi UQUORa
Conntry Prod
of I'laiii aaid I'.i ? '?? arary.
thii
We hold largi l? la ' ? ' I
warehoune aad earry ia stoek rarioai braada
of Um
PURE RYE AND M A LT WHT8K1
made. Hava
WINES, Al.!.-, BROWN bTOUT, Ac.
^0T*Satisfaetion Gaaraateed an to Pr!
r."0B*,
Coraer Prince fu d Comini
QUAIilTY TCM.N.
J.C. MILBURN,
113 North Royal Street Alexandria, Va
Dtak-r in
FANCY ANP BTAPLE OBOCEBJ
Proprietor of the
POTOMAC BP.ANP FLOUR,
which is tineieelled.
/sst-Coffees Freshly Boasted'IKS,
' ( ||Mli I. KNt.I.ISIl BREAKFAST TEA
just received by .1. ? . MII.IU'KN.
UP-TODATE CLOSE AT 7, SATURDAYS EXCEPTED .
KAUFMANN BROS.,
THE BUSY fUN AND BOY'S STORE,
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
Fall aml Wiuter Opening of
s aml M Clothing,
Italiiiigs aml Hak
KAUFMANN BROS.
CLOTHIERS and FURNISHERS,
402 King Street.
ROSENFELD'S.
Satisfaction or Money Back.
The Store Is Not Walkin^Up and
Down Amid a Dozen Stores.
lt baa ita own patb and never gOM next rjaof to funl ?>ut wliat
ii to be dooe next. Tbe next tliin_r aow is to open new gooda for
fall and winterol IWM and 1905, which we do thU week in tbe
followiug stock:
A Crop of Early Fall Hats.
Turbona areanug, cloae flttlng?The Little Torpedo. Big
picture shapea aeem aa good aa ev<.r. They are already here in
tafleta and vel?et
Kall Design* of Druggets and Rugs.
The full aaaortment is not here by any nioans, Imt eooagb to
make a bright apol in the store. Xew silk Waists, Black Obif
ton Tafleta, the aoftneaa and grace almoat ot Oblaaallk, but a little
bt| baavier, Ir.18.98 to $10.
Our Women'a Coata and Suita will be in ia a few days, will
lel! voti all aboul tliein in otir next ad.
'Take a peep into tho black silk section aml you will fiml tbeae
norelliei jual arrired.
Pcaa Oranito Purab Brilliant and Tafleta Radinx.
New dreaegoode, black and I'auey, from 26fl t<> 12.50 per
yard.
Rosenfeld's,
518=20 King St., Alexandria, Va.
BEST LEE
Coal, 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.
mvl tf
J WH0LE50ME. DELICIOUS.
IKLOSTER BEER,
Made of Finest *1ops
and lYialt Excluslvely.
ON DRAUGHT ONLY AT
O0?? [email protected]<
$ The Chr. Heurich Brewing Co.'s
| FAnou^ Lager Beer
ls now on sale at all the leading
saloons in this city.
g O'SULLIVAN & CO., Agents,
9 aaK22 Alexandria, Virginia. ?
&>? 303000 3000 0000 MNMN
VAN CAMP'S BAKBD BEAStf j
.1. C. MILBURN.
"THE EION' Ml.TAE I'ul.lslf forelean
ing aad polisbiog Brase, Copper, Ac. Priee
f.F.APBKATER A stiNS
POR SAlii:.?The 0JUBOBB EEE ( OAEst
the lowest market pr
W. A. siMOOT A CO.
GOOD BOA8TED COFFEE, 14c; otb. r
gradea u p to 8fa for the beat.
_J C. MILBURN
ENTIRE WHEAT FEOl'R and OBAtUM
FLOL'Rjust re.eived by
J/C. MILBEI:
RALSTON BREAKFAHT FOOl>, quality
aaaraatead, for sule at 10s paekaga.
J.C M1I.IJI I .N,

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