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VOLTJME CV -NO."21?; ALEXANDRIA, VA., TIIURSDAY EVENLNG, SEPTEMBEK 15.J904.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
MEDICINAL.
Many a ehlld
haa been fooled
by the ttorj of
%F~*'-i'~jM*/f/ tn* P01 ?^ 8?W which
?J i_*V/ i8 to be found juat at
the foot of the raia
bow, and has atarted
out to gather ricfaas
full of happy dreama.
Many a man aod
woman have besn de
ceived by tbe tale tbat
there waa bealth to be
found out beyond the
aunset, and tbey have
atarted out dreamiug
of a healthful future,
never to be reallzed.
People who have tried change of cll
mate in vain for the cure of weak lungs
have l>een perfectly and permanently
cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discoverv. It cures deep-aeated.
coughs, bronchitis, blecding lungs, erna
ciation, and otber conditions which, if
neglected or unskilfully treated, find a
fatal er.d in con9umption.
"Latt spring I had .1 aevere attack of pnea
motii.1 which left me with a very bid cough,
an 1 also lefl niv lung* in n very bad condition,"
writes lohn M.U isse!!. Ksq., of Brcnt, Cheroke*
Nat., Ind Ty. "I had no appelite and waa ao
wrak 1 could acarcely walk. My breast waa all
eorc with ruiniiii", a^res. 1 jfot two bottlra of Dr.
l'ierc-s r,j| i'ii .>Iedic:il Diacovery. which I be?
lieve saved my liltr I cannot eipreaa my gr.iti
tndr t.i you. I am ai.le uow to do ?ery good
work."
AnvsubstUutc offered as" just as good"
as "'("lolden Medkri' Discovery" is a
shadow of tbat nitrdiclne. There are
cures bebind every claiiu made for the
?'Dis-overy," which uo "just as good"
niedicine can show.
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviscr, a book cu:U.ii:iin:j 100S pages,
isgiven avvay. Scitd 21 one-cent stanips,
for expenne of mailitig <nlr, for the book
in pap^-r ooverr-, or 31 sUnips for the vol
utne iwund in cloth. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Uuffalo, M. Y. _
srlluoLS AND COLLIWES.
MIWTOS '"'iSSTlfit'TE^
A S( IIOOL FOR GIICLS.
215 North Washington WtrcNt,
ALEXANDRIA. VA.
Tbe .''.?tb veur opens September 22. ll'OL
Very eareful tt--i?-liiutr ii>_;? 11 .lcputni-i.t-. A
few boiirding pupils received.
C.itiilogues nt Leabeaters' drugstore. nnd
after September 1st at residence.
A. M. ClIANPl.l'i:, Princpiil.
tn 1 c 1 "s 2m _
" SCHOOLFOR GIRLS.
.r)U7 Prince. .Street, Alexandria, V.rgini.l.
Nett sessioii opens Moml.iy, September
1!?, 1!">1.
(iradiiiile aud college prepar.if.ry eou rsc*.
Careful instruction in primary department.
Music, el.Miition and Jaiij,'uagcs.
For eatalogue address
Mrs. FKANCES B. KWINf},
nng'22 fiw_Principal.
St. Mary's Academy, Alexandria.Va
Bo.irding and l?ay Scbool for C.irls.
Thorough course in English. V.s-al and
iiistruineiital music taught by efli.-ie.it in
Btruetors. TypewritiiiK nnd stenography
after tbe most approved inelhods. Pbysical
eulture a s|,eeial feature of tbe scbool. De?
partment f>r bovs iu;.ler twelve years of age
Hs day pupils. Very young ebiblren received
iis bo.ir.hrs. Terms moderate. A.lvanUige*
inanv. Eor catalogue iuldre<s
* SISTERSOl'THE HoI.Y CROSS.
nuu'2i. Im
SCIIOOL,
FOR BOYS,
Near Alexandria, Va.
L. M. BLACKFORD, M. A, LL. D.,
Principal.
The t'ioth year opeus September 2S, 1901.
Catthigue sent on applicat.on.
je27d2aw tw.'iin
POTOMAC ACADEMY
No. 212 North Washington Street,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
A full cla.ssic.il and mathematical course
tnii?bt. Also French, (iennan, Spanish,
B".>kkcepingimd Typcwriting. Pupils have
111:1 !?? excclbnt record at the University of
Virginia, West Point and 1'nitedStotesNavaI
teademv. A few boarders taken. The Hfith
W-ssioii hegins September 11, ltHll. For eat
alopue giving full parti.ulars, address
aloguet, K ,|)H'N s HLACKBIRN,
auel eotxpH PnneipaL
UNIVERSITY G0LLE8E
OF MEDICIHE,B-"""
a?tniP.illP-nEllTISTffT-PH<RwlACT
r Modcrn Laboratories la eharge of ipedaluU.
\ f >mi Systcm. Superior Clmica.
1 liedside teaching ln our own HospitaL
Fnrdfiailcdintproation.wntfTHKPROCTOJt.
" KINDERGARTEN.
Miss SIAYMAKF.R will reopen her
Ki'ndcruartenat No. ?4 south Washington
street OtTOBKU \ VM
Circularsstating terms, 4c. furnlshed up
ou application. Address 415 south Pitt street.
sepl ln
liBiiifiiifflii
Call or write the ALEXANDRIA AND
W\SUINGTON BUSINK3S COLLtt.K,
oon.er Pitt and King street.,, Alexandria
Virgiuia. or Stiehl'a Thirty-th.rd Annu.1
AnrTounccment and Special 8epJ?bjrOfcr
cell n evervthmg, Mr. i^- 1 ? '
^tedbvM;s.s,iehlandspeciali8U.onerone
?,..ntl.'s t..if....i. freebooks and many other
in,l?eeme..ts ,0 investigate their new college.
Call or write now.
D HARRY "APPICH,
Wholesale and Retail
CONFECTIONER
AND FRU1T DEALER.
No. 525 King Street.
Tbe choiceat delicacies in the line ol
Cakes Pastry, Oonfections, &c.
Special inducemento for the country
trad*>_
^ESlTthe ?^?r;
" POTOMAC FLOCU-^ObarrelsofPotomac
flour, very uigb grade, ^p^n^jjRM.
Sdofanbtxa ?ozetfc
PTJBLIBHKD DAILY AKD TBI-WBMLY AT
GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 4 312 PRINCE
STREET.
Tbbju: Daily?l year, $5:00: 6 montha,
12:50; 3 montha, $1:25; 1 month, $0:43; 1
week, |0:10. ,.*,?,
Tri-weekly-1 year, $3.00; (5 montha, $1.50;
3 montha, $0:75; 1 roonth, $0=25.
Contract advertiaera will not be allowed ioex
ceed theirapace nnleaa theexoeea ia paid for
at tranaient ratea, and nnder no circum
atancea will they be allowed to adrertiae
other than their legitiinate buaineaa in the
apace contracted for.
Reeolationa in memonam, of thanks, tribntea
of respect, reaolutiona adopted by aocietiea
?r peraoni, unleaa of public concern, will
only be pnnted in the paper at advertiae
nranta.
[Entered at the Postoffic* of Alexandria, Vir?
ginia, aa aecond-claaa matter.l
PrlnceM Waa Horsewhlppexl.
Princesa Louise of Saxe-Coburg,
daughterofKingLeopold,andwho recent
ly escaped from an asylum, isnow living
in Paris, and has written a letter to a
socialist paper, in which ahe says ahe
was horsewhipped by her husbaod be?
cause ahe would not expose hereelf be?
fore his fricnd* while she was attired in
a chemise. She declares that ber hus
band, whom she found to beadrunkard,
broke into her bedroom, accompanied
by three noblemen. Because she became
angered at his conduct she waa severely
beaten by him. The princesa complain
ed to her father, whose relations with
greenroom people in Paris and London,
she says, did not give him time totrouble
about his daughter. After asserting that
her busband and father shut her up as a
lunatic in punishment, she avers that
she does not regret her flight with Lieu?
tenant Count Matassich-Keglevitch. She
adds :
"Iam old, butmy heart remainsyoung
and seeks affection. I do not want to be
a princesa any longer. I want to be a
woman, respected and environed with
love and reirard. I have bad enough of
tbe duplicity and corruption of courts.
All the courtiera of Eutope are corrupt.
They give me a feeling of nausea. To
all who assert that I bave acted badly
and am a fnllen woman, I answer that
they lie. 1 now take what was scandal
ousiy stolen from me. I am the wife
of Count Matassich-Keglevitch. I am
free."_
A Good SufCKeation.
The Commercial Association of Dan
villeata recent meeting adopled tbe fol
lowing resolutions: That Mr. E. F.
Acree be requented towecure tbe co-oper
ation of the VirginiaState Board ofTrade
at the meeting of its Executive Council
in Cbarlottesville, Va., September 17th,
in briuging before and sccuring the pas
saee by the next General Asseuibly, of a
law Htitbori/.ing, empowering and direct
ine the judgesof the Circuit and Corpo
ration Courts of the, to sentenceallcriuii
nals convicted of miademeanors to work
on the public roads, either in the county
where sentenced, orin a county or coun
ties nearest and most convenicnt to the
county or corporatiou wherein such
priaoner was tried and convicted. That
Mr. Acree be reqnested to ask the co
operation of snid Board ofTrade in coek
ing to prevent by proper amendments to
our convict laws, any new, or renewal of
present prison contract for biring out
any convicts confined in our State peni
tentiary, to any cofporation, firm, or in
dividual for any pnrpnse whatevtr.
Coraet a Campaijrii Iaaue.
A campaign issue on corset lines is
the programme by which the republican
national committee counts on winning
the 100,000 women voters in Colorsdo,
Wyoming, Utah and Idaho. Chairman
Cortelyou's literary bureau starteu the
corset agitation as a political Issue Tues
day by sending out a printed statement
by W. A. Marble, executive officer of
a coraet company, declaring that pro
tection has given the women better cor
sets than they used to have, and the
tariff has improved their formi. Says
the corset man :
"The tarifl has enabled tbe American
manufacturer to produce a better quality
of corset. We now retail corseta at $2
and $2.f)0 each which are equal or su
perior to those we formerly imported.
They are superior because they are
adapted to the American waists."
It is expected the corset issue will
laake a great hit among the Mormons.
The New Gown.
The Interuational Asaociation of
Dressmakers, recently in annual session
in New York, has decided that the only
correct thing for women's wear this fall
and winter is a gown which must have
thirty yards of material. A circum
ference of thirty feet at the ba*eofthe
skirt. The molded front given by the
ordinary corset, straight-fronts being
ruled out cntirely. The bust raised as
much as poasible. Leg-o'-mutton
sleeves, with the puff transferred from
tbe wrist to the shoulder. Shoulders as
wide as possible. Waist of the most
slender proportions.
Mldgct Geta Licenae to Wed.
Will Archie, who is only forty-four
incbes tall and plays the part of I.
Sheridan Grant Greene, one of the two
children of Smiley Greene in "Bird
Center," at the Grand Opera House in
Chicago, has secured a licenae to marry
Misa Loreta MacDonald, also a member
of the cast. Miss MacDonald is five
feet seven incbes tall. Archie is
twenty-one years old and Miss Mac?
Donald is the aame age. Archie's home
ia in New York city and Miss Mac?
Donald lives in Brooklyn.
A ltoae Song.
When Svlvia wears a anowy rose
iTpon her lovely breaat,
I marvel that the rose remaina
S. ahiteinauehaneat;
IMgh.wtillevery petalps'e
HttilrtuehedtowariiiestpinK
And ?l,ow ber in a aplendid bluan
How dwp a rose could thiuk .
j When Svlvia vvears a crimaon rose
At.ove her ilainty ear.
1 wonder how the rose keeps calm
With Sylvia'a wnile m near ; _
I'd l-H.se me from the silken bair
Where sh,- had hade me lie,
And tall?all red and passiouate?
At Sylvia'a feet to die !
?Miai lloward We?don.
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Latest Photograph of
Miss Carrie Wilson, 3728 64th Place, Cbicago.
V*iaaaaaa?aajaaaa?a??ai?aita*ais*?aa)aaa??aaata?aaaaaa?a?*??
Grew Miss Wilsan's Hair
AND WE CAN
PROVE IT.
Dinderine Is So Exhilarafing,
Invigorating
and atrenrthentng to both tho hair and se.ilp that evon
a -iSc. bottlo Qf lt Is often enon^li to ?lmw wnnilerf ul 1m
provemeuta. ltatonco luiparts a rp.irkllng brllhaney
aml volvi-ty aottnesa to tlie hair. and a low weeka' use
wlllcausennw Imlr tORpront o;i! :dl ovrr the sc.dp, anfl
grow nbnndantly, long an I Ivn-.tifid. I'so it evcry duy
for awhlle, nftor which two orlhre.i tlmi s a i"?'l'. v.ill
bo ruou<{h to completo wbstevi-r srowth you (k-slre.
For Salo and UuaraiM bv E. S. \MMw & Sons, Bmggists.
NOW at nll dmgghts, i;i three sizes, 25 ce:its,
50 cents and $1.00 per bottlc.
CQEC To show how rjuickly DsndortnO ncts, we
BlIECl will send a l.ir-rc- s..];:;.:? fvt-- !;y rcf.ini inail to
nny onc who scmU this advcrti:.i;iK-;:t t<> tho Knowlton
DonderJno Co., Chicago, v.-ith Uk-:,- i;.-ineand a-idres;
and ten cents in silver or stamps to juy posl.i^e.
aaaa?aatfaaaa?aMaaaaanaa?aMMaaa*?aaaaaaikawaa??*ai?aaMa?aaaaaain?Maa?aa?*aaa??MMM^*
All MiiKt I'ay HJatn Idceimo.
At a reccnt nwtiiifrof the Executive
Board of tbe Virginia Ueal Ivtate Asso
ciation, steps were taken to rc-jtiirc all
reai ea'atc aeenta in Virginia to pay tbe
State license f'.rtlieprivilege of condtict
ing xuch u btisincss. Tl.o as-r.ci iiinii
propoaes to brin;,' this matter to the at
tcntion of tlic various co:nmissioncrs of
the revenue throughrut the State, .iml
hope in that manner to scctiro tlic cnd
deaired. It is c.laiined by tbis board
that there are between neveii and eigbt
hundred real e*tate and land ugciits in
Virgini.t, and that there are ';nly about
l.r)0 who are paying; the State license.
Twina WelKlieil Ia-hh Than li I'uiiihIh.
Buoklon's Arnicn Salw
Has world-wi'le fuine for mar. cl'.us eur.?-?.
It surpass. s any otber s.dve, loi...... ointiei nt
nrbalm for Cut-, Oni;-, Buru.', !:.>.!-, *??:.?,
Felons, I'lccrs, 'JVti.r-, S-ilt Kbeu.n. I ? .. r
Sor^R, Chapped Ilands, Skiu |-.riii-t?? -n-: in
fallibie for Piles. Cure giiaran'eed. Only
25c at E. K. U-udbeater .V S.ns, drugg'.st-.
Iletter Than i? Plaatcr.
A piece of llannel dampened with
Charnberlain'B Pnin Balm aud buund on
the affected parts is better than a plas
ter for a lanie back and for pains in the
side or cbest. Pain Balm has no aupe
rior as a liniment for the rcliefof deep
seated, muscular and rheumatic pains.
For sale by Oibson & Tinibernian and
W. F. Creighton A Co.
80FTNE83 OF 8EAL8KIN.
U Rlraled Tby namaa Halr WfceM
Dandrnff la Eradlcated.
Sealskln is admlred the world over for
Its softness and glosslness; and yet the
human halr ls equall:' aa soft and glossy
when healthy; and the radlcal cause of all
halr trouble la dandrnff, which la caused
by a pestlferous paraslte that saps the
vltallty of the halr at IU root Newbros
Herplclde ls the only preparatlon that ls
fatal to the dandruff germ. Wlthout dan?
drnff there ls no falllngr halr, but a lux
uiiant growrh of glossy. soft halr ls cer
taln. Scourlnp the scalp won't cure dan?
druff. KI11 the dandruff germ. Thous
ands of women owe their beautiful aults
of halr to Mewbro's Herptcide, Sold by
leadlng drugglsts. Send 10c. In stamps
to The Hcrplcldo Co.. Dctrolt, Mich.
E. S. Leadbeater & Sons, Special
Agents.
Carpets
and Rugs.
Call and inspect our
large line of Wilton, Ax
minister, Rrussels and
Ingrain Carpets. Our stock
of Rngs contains the latest
styles from door mat to
roomsize, 9x12.
M. Ruben & Sons.
601 KING STREET.
A Large Line of Linoleums
and Oilcloths. _
HUTCH.HUTCH, HUTCH.-Try HUTCH
or iudigestion. It will cure you. 25 ceuts
per box. For nale only by
WARFIELD A HALL,
Cnrner Prinee and Fairfai atr?t*
CHOICE ENGLISH BRKAKFAST TEA
juit received by J. C. MILBURN.
DRV (i(K)DS.
IN A 1U?IT11?N' T(> SPECIAL SAl.K OF
RUQS & BLACK SATINE SK1RT8
We olhr for this week
TOWELS
at -1, S- and If*-.
Ne\i uc-k we will ott- tii line of ALL-WoOL
BLANKLTS in pluin and fancy that nre
relailed in New York at ?.'...:At,
for vl h;.
C.E.TACKETT
4:JI Kinj,' Street.
augl t
FOUXDKKS AND MACHINISTri.
J.&H.A1TCHKS0N, ~
PirACTICAL MACIIIN'ISTS AND ENQI
NEERS.
-And Buildera of?
MARINE AN'I) STATIONARY ENOINES
lilaekainithing and Steam Fitting. Engi
cetrs' and Machinista' Supplies. and all aort
of mill work and that connected with briek
work promptly exeeuted. Repairingprompt
ly done.
J. A H. AITCHESON,
116 KingStreet,_|__Alexandria, Vs._
WM.S.MOORE
MACHINIST. IRON AND BRASS FOUND
ER, SHIPSMITII AND BLACKSMITH,
(OLD DOMINI05 W0BK8)
Sonth Union Street : Alexandria, Va.,
Will furnish and repair all kinda of Ma
chinery, Iron and Brass Ca-stinga, Wrougbt
and Caat Iron Fencea, Mill Work, Ship and
Blackamithing, Edge Toola, Mill Picka, Fac
ing Hamraera, and all kinda of Mill Work
made and repaired at the ahortest notice and
at reaaonabfe pricea. The higheat market
price paid for old Wrought and Caat Iron,
Braaa and Copper_
TCH7
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Ice. . . .
Carload Lota and Conntry Orders
a Hpccialty.
OFF1CE
Cameron & Union Sts., Alexandria, Va
Bell Telephone_No._51_._
For Sale.
Some of (he finest and bcst ln
cated IinLIUN<: l-OTS in the
city of Alexandria, Braddock
li.i(;hts and Del R*y. For
prices and terms apply to . .
JOHN D. NORMOYLE
Real Estate, Loana and Insarance,
Ro-.m 1, Alex. Nat'l Bank Building,
N. E.Cnrner Kingan>l Royal Street*,
fapital ntyJPlu.ne 124._*Prlif_
yVkMOL-TH BLOATF.RS t'ODFISH
andSC'OTCIlHKUUINGfo,s^,ehvuR^
"""TfADBKATKR'SENfrLSlON of PFRE
No'rWI'dl \N COK Ll VKR oIL, combined
with*hypoph??*phit*? of lime and aoda. Four
t.*u ouuce iK'ttle 50 eenta. For aale by
teeu ouuce i* xx^ , FAT,RKATF:R ^ ypys _
~~ilFXPLESS-ROE HERRING, cleaned
and packed on ahore when eaught; alao Pricea
Roe Herring for aale by
Koenerr a ^^_J, ('. MILRFRN.
KAT MACKEREL -or aalt- at 5c, 10c. 15
and 20e e?ch bv_J. C. MILBURN
^LEADBEATERS'S Perfected Prtparation
of the Taotaieaa Extract of COD LIVER OIL.
12 ounce bottlea, 75c. For aale by
E. 8 LEADBEATER A SONS.
K1NANCIAL.
TIIE WM CiHIPERlTIVE'
NILDLW .ISJMHM,
\0. ?,
Oflers the best in.luccmeuts to whoevor wants
to build or buy a home, pay ott old uiort
l?nge? or improve thnir pmpertr. LOAN8
are made pavable in montlily instMlinent.
Settlemeiit in full or in part inay be made at
any time. S.tiidly SIX PER CENT. is
charged, and when part of loau is settled the
monthly INSTALMENTS ARE REDUCED
proiMirtinnateiy. oilice.ti:: K'ing st.
ISAAC EICHP.LUO, President.
Jl'STL'S SCHNE1DER, Sce. and Treas.
E. E. DOWN'HAM, Dir.rtor.
.loHV T. NALLS,
THOMAS 1IOV,
P. F. (.OUMAN,
R. P. AITCHESON,
E. C. GRAHAM,
iuy2ij Cm
_ GKOCKltlKS.
^WrA7j()HNS()N & (7oM
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
GENERAL COMMISHlON MERCHANTS
And Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQTTORS.
Have on hand Gibsou's XX, XXX, XXXX,
andPureOld Rye, Old Cabiuet and Mono
gram Whifdiies: abo Baker'sand Thompsou's 1
Pure Rye Wbiskies, to which they iuvite the
attention of the trade.
Orders from the country for nierchandise
shall receive promtit attention.
Consignmente of Flour, Grain and Countrj
Produce solicited, for which they guarantee
be highest market priccn and prompt returns
N. E eorner Cameron and Rnyal Streets._
~JOHN AHERN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
And Dealere in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Coontry Produce received daily. Our stock
of Plain and Fancy Groccries emhraces every
tbing to be ba.l iu this line.
We bold largely in United Sutes bonded
warehouse aud carry in stock various brands
of the best
PURE RYE AND MALT WHTSKTES
made. Have alxo in alore superior grades of
Foreigu and American
WINES. ALES. BROWN 3TOUT, 4c.
^?r*8atiifaction Guaranteed as to Price aod
Quality.'**,
Corner Prince and Comruerce Street*._
QUALITY TKLL8.
J. C. MILBURN,
113 North Roysl Street : Alexandria, Va
Dealer in
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIE8.
Proprietor of the
POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR,
which is unexcelled.
?Coffees Freshly Roasted'fg^.
INSURANCE AtJENCIES.
Alexandria Insurance Co.,
(BEOAN ltl'IIVKSS IN 1871)
CAPITAL PA1D I' P i N CA i. 57.000.
Fire, Marine and Plate C\:>v n'urance.
J. CLINTON SMOOT (of C. C. Smoot dtSoni
Co.), President.
LAURENCE STABLER. Seeretary.
DIRECTOIW:
George S. French (i*c. Alex. Fert. & Chemi
cal Co.).
Worth Hulfish (of J. F. Carlin's 8oos Co.
hardware).
J. T. Burke (of Bur?e 4 Herhert, bankers).
B. Baer, jr., (Clothing Mercbant).
Sam'l. H. Lunt (Real Estate).
Wm. H. Hellmuth (Hellmuth Bros.).
j&O&ce :?So. h", south Fairfax street
TJtlG' STORE FORlErT
IN TIDEWATER, VA.
Place of 1,000 or 1,200 Population.
BIG BAUGAIN.
Write or call at Gazette ohVe.
augj^lm*_
NORWAYSMOKED SARDINES, in oil
iust received by
J J. C. MILBURN.
UP-TO DATE. CLOSE AT 7, SATURDAYS EXCEPTED
KAUFMANN BROS.,
THE BUSY rUN AND BOY'S STORE,
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
iiiiH),
KAUFMANN BROS,
CLOTHIERS and FURNISH ERS,
402 King Street.
ROSENFELD'S.
Satisfaction or Money Back.
The Store Is Not WalkingUp and
Down Amid a Dozen Stores.
It has iin own path and never goes next door to find out what
is to be done next. The next tliing now is to open new ir<??l* for
fall and winter of 1004 and 1!)0.">. which we do this week in the
following Jtock:
A Crop of Early Fall Hats.
Turbons are sntig, closc fitting?The Little Torpedo. Big
picttire shapes secm as good as evtr. They are already here in
talleta and velvet.
Fall Designs of Druggets and Rugs.
The full asaortment is not here by any means, but enough to
niake a bright apot in the store. N'ew 8ilk Waista, Black Chif
fon Taireta, the softnes.s and gracc ulinoat ol Chiuaailk, but a little
bit heavier, lrom *:t.9* to *1U.
Our Women's Coats and Suits will be in in a few days, will
tell you all about them in our next ad.
Take a peep into the black silk section and you will find these
novelties ju<t arrived.
I'eau (Jranite Surah I'.rilliant and Talleta Uadiux.
New dressguods, black and fancy, from '2'>c to $2.50 per
vard.
Rosenfeld's,
518=20 King St., Alexandria, Va.
BEST LEE
Coal, Coke
and Wood,
J. R. Zimmerman.
OFFICE 114 50UTH ST. ASAPH STREET.
Wharves and Yard Foot of Queen Street.
Bell 'Phone 77. Home 'Phone 18.
Diy4lf_^^^__^_____^_^
1 WHOLESOME. DELICIOUS.
KLOSTER. BEER,
Made of Finest Hops
and Malt Exclusively.
ON DRAUQHT ONLY AT
000000000000000000 0000 ?8?9
? The Chr. Heurich Brewing Co.'s 9
FAHOUS
Lager Beer
Is now on sale at all the leading
saloons in thia city. .....
O'SULLIVAN & CO., Agents,
a aug22 Alexandria, Virginia. M
?#000000000000000000000000
VAN CAMP'3 BAKED BEAX8 iuat re
ceive.1 bv_ _;Li--J(it?.]LRA_
"THE LION" METAL POLISH forelean
ing ar?d polishiiig Hrasa, Copper, 4c. Price
25c. For sale by
E. 8. LEADBEATFR A SON8
KOK SAIiK.?The fauioua LEE COAL at
the lowest markel pricea.
W. A. SMOOT A CO.
OOOD KOA.STED WFFEK, 14c; otlur
grades up to Uoc tor the beat.
_i C. MILBURV. _
ENTIKE WHEATFLOUR andGRAHAM
FLOUR jiiat received by
_ J.'C. MIi.BiIRV
RALSTON BREAKFAST FOOD, ijuality
guarantced, for aale at 10c package.
J/C. MILBURX.

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