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?NO. 40.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., TTTU RSDAY EVENING, FEBRTTARY 16, lff<)5.
PllICE 2 OENTS.
VOLUME CVI
No loy or pleastire on thia eartn qutte
equals that which comes into the home
wnen baby arrives. Who can descnbe
the happineae of man and woman, joined
in wedfock, aa they look upon the fragile.
dalicata __tta that ia blood of their blood
and fleah of their flesh ? And who can
depict the hopelessneas and dejection
that hover about the home where the
wlfe is incapable of beconiing a mother ?
Barrennees proceeda from aorae derange
ment of the distinctly feminine organa.
Many of the common ailnienU known aa
"female troublea" cauee it. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription overcomea barren
neas by stamping out diseaaea of women,
and by healing and curing ulceration. It
tone. up the ayatem, stops draips, and
restorea atrength. During gestation it
modifies morning sickness, gives elastic
ity to the overstrained pirts concerned,
makee the hour of babv's coming short
and almost painlesa, and gives vyonderful
recuperative power to the patient. By
making the mother strong and cheertul,
it raakes the Httle one healthy, vigorous
and good natured. Insist upon the med
iclne dealer giving you Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescnption when you ask for it.
Substitutes are often dangerous.
Mr? Jsmes W. Blacker. ol 6*9 Catherine St.,
Syracusc, N Y., writes : " Your raedieines have
done wOfider* for me. For year* ray health was
vcry poor; I had fonr miKarriages, but ?ince
tak'iog Dr. Hcrcc's f.oldrn Medical Hiaeovery
and 'Favorite Prescription' I have mueh tietter
health, aud now I have a 8ue healthy baby.''
For 21 one-cent statnps to cover cost of
mailing only, you can get a free copy of
that celebrated doctor book. the Common
Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pagea, illus
trated. Cloth-bound. 31 stamps. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y._
80FTNESS OF SEALSKIN.
Ia Mvnled by Hunmn Ifnlr Where
Dandruff Is I'.rnilleateil.
Sealskin is admlred the -rorld over for
its softnecs <xnd glosslness; and yet the
human halr ls equaH;' as soft and glossy
when healthy, and the ?_dlcal cause of all
halr troublo Is dandruff. which is caused
by a pest!ferou3 paraslte that saps the
vltallty cf the halr at lts root. Newbro's
Herpictde is the only preparatlon that la
fatal to tho dandruff gerin. Wlthout dan?
druff there ls no falllng halr, but a lux
uriant growt h of glorsy, soft halr Is eer?
tain. Se-iurlng tho scalp won't cure dan?
druff. Ki'l the dandruff germ. Thous
andx of wutnin own their beautlful suits
of halr to .Sewnro's Herpictde. Sold by
leading- drugglats. Send 10c. In atampa
to The Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mlch.
E. S. Leadbeater & Sous, Special
Agents. _
N_)3_.l
CATARRH
Iu all its Hta^es.
tij's Cream Bslm
.
I !, Mbrai 1:
| 'I .!: IS
awsy s told in the Ltiitl
qj'u Llv.
Creum ?__? '?' >'?'<?? iumtr.ls.spreada
over ttio niMubranc au<l taaSMOtBai, Helief isiin
mudlata and a cure followa. ItlSM* iljlag dnsa
|M*_M__Bg. I __*???? ftti ceuls atPrug
.gWaal bym?il; TrialMat) Wa
_J,T BROTHRRB. M Warnw Ktwet, New York
iThisl
famoua remedy
doe-forthostom
ach that which it
la unable to do <or
Itaell. even if but
allghtly disordered
or ovarburdened.
Like
a Comet
in the sky comea
tho st_r of health
to tbe weak and
weary despon
dent dvspeptic,
curing all
itomich
troubles and
"; , \ digestivo
,\V \ dlsordara.
Kodol
auppliea tho natural .,,
Julcasof digestion and ?
doea the work of the
atomach, relaxlng the
nervous tension, while
tha Inflamed muscles
and mernbranes of that
organ are allowed to
rostand he_l. It cures
Indigestion. flatulence,
palpitatlon of the heart.
nervous dyspepsla ard
all atomach troubles by
cleansing, purlfylng and
atrengthenlng the glands.
mernbranes of tha atom?
ach and digestive organs.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Tsar Dealer Csa Satafy Tta.
Bottlas only. 11 DO StM hoWIng 2 "4 timea
tha trtal siie. which selis (or 50c.
toparW ?y E. C. DeVin t CO- CHICAOO,
BFor Salo by All Druggista.
Oysters.
(I AM PREPARED T0_SERVE
Oysters ln AlUStyles.
PRIVATE D1NIKG ROOU FOR LA?
DIES.
lArga raoui for hanquat purpoaea.
Family trade aolieited and ordera promatly
attrnded to
C. H.Zimmerinan
Market Space.
B?ll 'Pkone 1106. Capita! City 'Phon* 193.
aop306m_
LEADBEATERS EMULSION of PURE
JJORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL, eosnbined
with hypophoapbitea of lim* and aoda. Four
teen ounea bottla STeanta. For aale by
? R. *., T.F.ADBF.ATKR A 80K63
COX A GORDON MlSSOritl HAM8
amaii aiaaa, juat reoaivad by
%d&anbxia OzazttU.
-?<?..?.
PTJBLIHHKU DAILY AHD TKl-WKKKI.Y AT
GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 A 312 PRINCE
STREET.
Tkkms: Daily-1 year, $5:00; 6 month
$2:50; 3 moatha, $1:25; 1 month, $0:43;
week, $0:10. . .v *. m
Tri-weekly?1 year, $3.00 ; 6 moatha, $1.501
3 uioutha, $0:7.r>; 1 month, 10:25.
Contract advertiaera will not be allowed toex
ceed tbeirapace unless theexceas ia paid foi
at tranaient rates, aud under no eircum
?tancea will they be allowed to adyertiae
otherthan their legitimate buainesa in the
?pace eontraeted for. . .. ..
Reaolutionain memanam, of tbanka, triputea
of reapect, reaolutione adopted by aocietiea
or persona, unleaa of public eoncern, will
only be priined in the paper aa advertiae
menta. . . -a
[Eutered at the Poatoffice of Alexandria, Vlr
ginia. as aecond-claaa matter.l
OENERAL WALLAOE DEAD
Gen. Lew Wallace died in Crawfords
ville, Ind., last nis-ht at 9:10 o'clock.
He had been a sutferer from caucer of
tbe stomach for some time.
General Wallace was born in Brook
ville. Franklin county, Ind., in 1827,
and be had been in thethickof political,
military and "literary iife since the
Mexican war. which he entered before
he had attaiued his msjority and from
which he emerged a young lieutenant,
covered with honor*. Apparently noth
ing in hia whole wonder/'til career to
which he had aet hia band haa beendone
other tban well. Possiblythe least aac
cess attained by him was aa a lawyer,
whicb career he cmbraced in hia early
tnanhoou. After the stirring evetits of
the eitil war, from which he emerged a
major-pe:i'-ral, he took up for a brief
period tbe practice of the legal profes
sion. But he did not like the law, and
gradually, witb diplomalic work inter
sp^rsed, hc undertook the work of a
litteratetir, in which be had made his
niost diatingiiished stnceaa.
As the author ol "Ben-Httr'' Gen?
eral Wal'ace is known in practically
every country of the globe. Xo other
book since the daya of "Pilgrim's Pro
gress" has been ao widely read. An
estimate iudicates that from the total
number of editions ofthebook that have
been sold at leaat 4,000,000 persons
have read and enjoyed the Hoosier sol
dier s beautiful taleof tbe lowly Nazarene.
The dramatization of the work, which
was completed in 19X11, furtber exteud
ed the general knowledge of tbe story
and added largely as well to the fame
and profit of the author.
General Wallace waa "to the manor
boru," his father, David Wallace, hay
ing been elected (iovernor of ladiana in
1><:',7 and to OoOfraaa in 1842 from the
Indianapolis district.
In his youthf'ul days General Wallace
displayed'a tendency to neglect the op
porturiities which hia fatber's position
gave him. He hated booka and schools,
and remained at school only ao long as
it was impossible to avoid. In 'hia
mannar he acquired but little real foun
dational edticatioti.
Previous to tho outbreak of tbe Mexi?
can war General Wallace had com
inanced tbe atudy ot law. When the
call for soldiera cante he waa atnong the
first to enliat. He wai not then 20 yeara
old, but hia servicea were ao meritorioua
that he cun.e back from the war a lieu?
tenant. At tbe close of the war he mar
ried Susan A. Klatoo, widow of apioneer
of Crawlordaville.
When Garfield was elected President
he aent for Wallace, who was a close
pers'iual friend, and during the conver
aation oflered to make hins Miniater to
Constantinople on the condition that he
would write another book during his
stay in Turkey. The proffer waa ac
cepted by General Wallace. During
his TOJIge to Kurope Garfield was as
?asainated, but Wallace couaidered hia
promise to write a book as a sacred
pleige. "Tbe Prince of India" was tbe
retull.
As a diplomat General Wallaco was
emiaently succesalul. During his ser
vice in Turkey he gained tha conli
dence of the Saltan to a remarkane
degree. The Sultau showered him with
prasents.
Ooe of the most importaat events in
tha career af General W'allac*. was the
period immediately following tha closa
ot the civil war, when be was aent to
Mexico as the secret agent of the ger
ernment to aid the Mexicans in their
fight agasust the French under Maxt
milian. The close of the war had left
tho country ia such an uosettled con?
dition that it waa not adviaable to riak a
war with France over the attempted
aggrandi/.enient of Mexican territory by
Maximilian, who was backed by I?uis
Xapoleon. Withoot the knowledge af
Secretary Seward, General Wallace was
aent by General Grant to C0?It with
General .Jutirez, the Mexican President,
to see if some way ceuld aot be ue
vised whereby the" luited HUtes could
asaiat Mexico. When tieneral Wallace
arrived at Chihuahoa he found General
Jaurez with few troops and no arms.
At tbe saine time every indication
pointed to the success of Maximilian.
After tha consultation between Geaeral
Wallace and General Juarez the Gover
?or ot Tanisulipas waa ordered by
Juarer. to accompany General Wa'lace
back to the United States, In company
with Matias Romero, the Mexican
Minister to Washington, $5,000,000
worth ol Winchester rirlrs, cannon and
other munitions ot war were bought and
paid for with Mexican government
bonds. These were qnietly shipped to
the mouth of the Rio Grande and
paseed on to the Mexican troepa.
From tben on the tide turned, and the
kfexicans fiaally conquered.
During tbeadministrationof President
Hayee General Wallace was appointed
Territarial Gorernor of New Mex.ca.
The Sauthweat at that tina ?b infeated
with "bad man.'' and the aevera taak
waa impoaed upon General Wallaca of
brioging order and an obedience of law
out of the chaos of teirorism inta wbich
the lax enforcement of the laws had
thrown thataection. Aftermnny stormy
scenas, in which he wasalmoat constant
ly in personal dangar, General Wallace
succeeded in eradieating tha "bad men"
anderine
GREW THIS HAIR
AUD WE OAM
PROVE IT.
MISS MARMABA HENRY.
5036 Forreitville A-?., CBIICAOO.
M(?s Hcnry aa/ei "Before i bejran ?
mv halr waa i;ilitt>* om In rrcat liand
? , . b_lr grow mote thaa twlee
Mlongaalte-erwsa." . .
Ifra. Eloiae Ath.-tton. LWln _-*_. Ark I
latiurely rctuarfcabln t ImproTca
il?. ii.nr. It baa made m t halr rrow t. n la
erin_vemon:lman<lltwi."-t': iftblekerail
all the tlmr. I Hi..r.-ho-.v. ._? pralae wbero It la
d_a,__dypacanua-myn_ui? n refcrenc- lf you
?ciut>.ir
N.o|:tM'K I'.t s-JM ,
Age 0 yeara,
315 Moliau-k Street, CHICAGO.
B_Mptl bM tyvomo reneralty kaown
__deiinecaua>*a_air to giow juat
ndanlly on He- _e_<le?fe_lWrenaa
r?-~w>iie.niauy
eoinlnf to our
u.s _-tl. whosephoto
itraph apiM-ars atiove, Is ccitamiy otm of
thet .n.trki'ileone a. fTcr bcautlftil hair
ind Ic-r mother
aayalhat ??UA.DEKINB UKEW KVKHT
BUSf si.i.w \ Utt-Un
3738 North _f_ Court, CHICAGO.
?My li _f WOOM B04
reaefc nelo ? n f ? ?> oatae
po?r Dun.t..-i:i- li waa alao feOed and apiit
Uaa at tho enda. Kow it la arar 2'i (aat
taaaarthaaItererwaa and it has i
lla orl_tn.il rlc'i ! uacd _M IC-ta
about four monlha all loje__R\'
lri. .. HU'OIr IT. . ?.
DANDERINE ia to tho halr what fresh shnwers of rain and snnahine are to TBgBiatlOtt. It |oea nsht to the
_____ tarhroiatasaadatraurthenst_ao_ li3-xhil..rating,fertHiziinjaiiillife-priHlii<-iiuj propertiea caa*e tha hate to
_W_Knda^k?VScaud baaaUfol. IT IS THE NA.URAL FOOD OF TME HAIR. SCIENTIF8CALLY
CMAReEDWITliN LIFE-PROWICINO ES8ENCES UNHEAHD OF BY OTHER
IHAKERS OF HAIR TONIC. NOIVatall dniggists in three.iwjfl, _!5*t'iits,50cents and $1.00 \ r
FREE '
? To sh?w ln>"r qulekly Onnttarine
totbe Knowlton IJiiuil
wo wiUgenl alar-e wnplefraelir retitrn n__l to anyoae Wtl i mu1i ttita a.lvt rtlsetnent
ith ru.i ^an ' addr-sand'<iiic8u:slnf"?erorsia'!w>sio|''?i "'^'a_e.
For 8th and (iiiaranM by l S. bjijljjr k Sons. Dniggistx.
and restoring the country to a very goed
semblance of order.
It was during General W'allsce'a lerm
aa Governor af Xew Mexico that the no
torioua "bad man," "liilly the Kid,"
waakilled. "Billy the Kid," bad been
captured a numbersof times and as often
escaped. He wai known to have killed
no less than 21 men.
General Wallace was cemmander ol
tbe Layal I^egicn in Indiana for a aum
berofterms. Hewasalsoa member of
the Grand Army. He was also a mem?
ber of thccommiasion that tried the as
sassins of President Lincoln. PracHi-sl
ly every epoch of the country'a liatory
from tbe Mexican war tothe time when
he ended hia sarvice aa Miniater to Tur?
key haa been marked indelibly with the
im'print of Geaeral Wallace'a aervice.
A Touohfnjr. Btoiy
ia the aaving from .leath of the bahy ajri ot
Geo A. Byler. Ctuaberlaad, M<1. ?!?? wrHea
"At thengeof 11 inoiiiha, our llttle girl waa
in decliaiag beattb. wlttaerfwaaThroBl rroo
ble, and two phyatefauM t*Te lor ap >>e
werealmost indespair. wh.n we rswolred to
try Dr King'a New Diseovery for I ..iis.iuip
tion Cougba and Colda. The tir-i h..tt!e | ive
relief; after taking fonr hott!e< ahc a ?
and ia now in i>erfert health." N.ver fails to
relieve and cure a eougli or eohl. Atr.S.
Leadl.eater A Baaar* anu stafai 80a amt ?i on
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Chainberlain'* Stomach and Idver
Tableta. Uneqnalled for Con
atipation.
Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent drug
giat of Baxter Springs, Kanaaa, says:
"Chamberlain'a Stomach and Liver
Tableta are, in my judgaient, the moat
superior praparation ol anything in use
today for constipation. They are sure
in action and with dj tendency to
nauseate or gripe. For sale by <iil>
?on A Timberman and W. F.
Creigbton & Oo._
Gtve Your Stomach a Iteat.
Your food must be propf rly digeated aad
nssiniilated to be of any value to you I
your stomach ia weak or diaeaaed take horto
Dyapepsia Cure. It digeats what you eat and
givea the atomach a reat. enablmg it to re
cuperate, take ou aew life and grnw atrong
a ain. Kodol cureaaotir atomach, gaa. bloat
ing, heart palpiution aad all diaeative tna>
ordera. Sold by all druggiata.
Bad uraath. lalaalag of ga* an.l mr ri?
ingaareduetolndigeatinn. Ko?|..l Dyapepaia
Cure ia a guaranteed cure. L. A. Soper ?f
Little Rock.'Ky., writea us; ">\ * feel that
Kodol Pvapcpsia Cure deaerve* all the eom
DMBdaUoaa that can be-giveu it. aait aaved
the life of our little girl when she waa three
yaan old. rhe ia now *ix an I we have kept
it i"i her eooatantlv, but of eonrae ahe only
takea it now when any thing disagreea with
her " Kodol ia the Met niedicine in the
world for Indigeetion, Dyspepsia and all
stomach trouhlea A trial ofthis sreatrat af
all digeatanta willconvince any who autters.
(Jood for youeg or old. Sold by alldroggia
Black and Grey Fur Ru:f$ ? $2.00
A ftw choice Turkish Rug? $6.00
36x72 Smyrna Rut;s ? ? ? $2.75
28x56 Smyrna Rugs ? ? ? H-W
PICTURES at 25 percent. reduction.
M. Ruben & Sons,
601 KTNG 8TREBT_
HUTCH, HDTCH, HUTCH.-Try HUTCH
for iadigartion. It will our? you. 25 oauia
uorbox. For aale only by
^ WARF1EI.D A UALL,
Cornor Prtuee and Fairfax streeta.
DRY GOODS.
Telephone and Mail Orders
Carefully Filled. . . .
of MW
Walking Skirts.
We plaee on saie
several dozen Ladies*
Well-made Walking
Skirts, which sold for
$2.25, $2.50 and
$3.25. In order to
clearoutthis lotquick
ly we have reduced
the entire lot to the
low price of
N.l.:i!i Eacli.
We also offer an
other lot of high grade
WalkingSkirts, which
sold for $2.98, $3.25,
$3.98 and $4.5 0.
Some of these are re?
duced below cost, as
.wedesireto clear out
every one before the
new spring line ar
rives. This is an op
portunity seldom of
fered and should be
taken advantage of
promptly. Choice of
any ofthe skirts in this
lot at the low price of
$2.49 Eacli
New Standard Pat
temsnowon sale.
The Designer for
March now ready; 10c
copy or 80c year de
livered._
AVING gUALIFIED'AS THE EXEC
utrix of GEOBGE B. HILL, deceased
all peraona indehted tohiaeatate are requesten
to make pronipt settlement and all peraona
to wbom aaid estate is in.lehte<l are reo,oested
to i reaent their acrounta properly certified
for payment. IDA MELl*?A HILL.
ianJ7 30t
HEADLESS BOE KERRiNoT^eaned
and packed on ahore wbeo ranght; alao Pneea
Roe Herriog for aale bj
_J. C MILBUBW.
CTTTERBURN LITHIA WATER.~W?a?
agenU for ihia celebrated Lithia Water an
keen eonsuntly on band a full and freah aup
plyF WARFIELDAFJALL,
Ooni*r Prin?aod Fairtkx atroata.
WATERMAN" FtyUNTAIN PRN, $3.50
at WM.DT'a'.
_MKKT INGH. _____
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tbe
holders ,.f the CAIBO APARTMFNT
HOPSF COMPANY willbeheldat the oftice
of said ctitiipiiiiy. No. WSsuutli Fairfsx -ttivct
Alexandria, Vlrginia, on MONDAY, 'he DOth
day of Fehruary, IMa. at 12 o'elock iu.
T. F. ICHKEIDEK, Preni.lent.
fehtlttl _
THE ANNI'AI, MEETING ofthe stoek
holdersofthe SIIKUMAN APARTMENT
IXU'SF. COMPANY will he lield al the otliee
t.f wM .<uii|mny, N<>. 121 Soatb Fairfax
?treet. Alex.iudns, Vin_inis, on MONPAV,
thelMb dsynf Frlirusrv. ISW5, st ISe'eloek in.
t. F. Si'HNKIDFR. Prenidcut.
fehll td_
THE ANNUAI, MEETING ofthe WOOP
LEY AI'ARTMF.NT nOUSE CO. will,
he ii?l>t *i N->. 1 "? oath Palrfai stnr<:
M_ria, V. , m MONDAY APTEBNOON
Pebmary 2<, st tffla'cloek,
\V. W. \V. PARKFR, Secrctar.T.
jjefcll i.l
THE an.'iual awetiag ofthe stoekhnldarsof
TIIK M'l.ll's I.ANsltl'IK.II IVKNI
TUBE ANDCARPETCO. alll ba hcld at
the llot.'l Plelsrhmaan, Alexandria, Ya ,
Tlll'RShAV, Febroan 23. i' ??, ??? *:?'?' !'?
in.. for the election t.f oBeera im any otber
hueiaess whieli mav proneilv OOBH bela e it.
IRViS II. HOLLAVDEB,
jaajl w.'tw-tu Aeting Secreui v.
nmrttAVAVATAWATAWAr'AVAWAM^
FANCY
flgin Butter |
REDUCED.
J. F. O. DIAMOND BUTTCR
is as dellcious and sweet as
butter can be made. We are
jrolnf to sell you this butter
today at less than wholesale
prica, 3_c pound,
Some very good Country But?
ter, 28c Ih.
Bourbon Coffee
Pleases the most particular and 1
is moderately priced at 20c a 1
pound.
- I
Poultry.
Saturday, Feb. 11, a lot of H
Fancy Dressed Fowla direct g
from our country friends. Get I
your order in early for this ?
poultry as we have a small lot &
only.
E R. Yites & Ci, I
Oroceries and Proviaions,
No. 300 Sonth Falrfaa Street
MDU. TEI.F. HONE 195.
r&wtrjgrArzirAT'Ar'AW'jirArj m
f.roniiiui'n.
FLORISTS,
NO. 529 KING STREET.
ChoiceCut Flowers and Plants, all
varieties.
Decorations and Designs for all oc
caaions.
VIOLETS a specialty.
Bell 'Phone 1J3.
laatl eojin_
"NEW~ilOODS.
IU
In Glass Jars.
1H05. LANNON.
IlkfilSU SAFE PENSIT Ml> TRIST CORMATKW
TKMPOKAKY OfflCB, 106 SOUTH FAIRFAX STKKKT,
CAPITAL.
Paid I.., $1?M>,000. Aiithoi-iistMl, .$1,04K>,(KX).
OFFICERS.
C. J. RIXEY, Presideut. .1NO. P. RORINSON. First Vioe Preaidant.
GARDNER L. ROOTHE, Baeoad Vice President. C. J. RIXEY, Tr*aaurer
DIPECTORS.
J08. E. WILLARD, .INO. P. RORINssON, GARDNER L. ROOTHE
PARK AGNEW, 0EO 8. FKENCH. FRANK HCMK,
C. C. LEAF.EATKK, HENRY K. FIKLD, H. RAADEB,
C. J. RIXEY .1. K. M. NORTON.
Attractive rate ot iuterest paid on depoaits in Savings Department.
No auxiliary banka or boxea are issutd by this Inatitution to its cuatomers
CoaI,Wood
AND
Best Quality,
Lowest Prices.
J. R. Zimmerman.
OFFICE 114 SOUTH ST. ASAPH STREET.
VVharves and Yard FootJJof Queen Street.
Bell 'Phone 77. Home 'Phone Iff.
my4 tf
| W. A. Smoot & Co.
?f?_ **
| ECONOMY and SATISFACTION |
sfl are to be aecnred only by consideringQUALITY when buying t^>
your ftiel.
The QUALITY of your ftiel ia alao the main factor in your
wioter's conifort.
We are attrlying our buaineaa daily in order to secure noth
ing but the very BEST.
We can convince yon of our MMOeen by delivering you a
trial order ol our
Coal and Wood.
?4* rn\\ _?*/**? Wkmmmt. 'Phnnp! Beii 57 and iho. 4?
Tj l<?tll at ; Ft.of Pria*eaa St. ? alOIlt j cap City B7 & ??). ??
?.* H? I' M' H'-frW-* g-H"M"f' W !? H"t' M-l**?**
The liest advice far aa. foang man,? or
woman ttr child is
it
SAVE."
If you are w i->t- yt>u will l>e_in NOW to p_l
away pftrt of jwb Ibcobm _o it BEGU*
lajuLy.
Bariag U not a_aarl__Ba?It ls rimpJy
FORFTHOFOIir aad mean* a coinpeience
in the future. Begin t?Mlay. U you are out
oftown wiite ns aud learn how. Ymi can
check 06BB'ioimlly, and your BA_A
will -.till draw intei'-t.
Tiie irciiiitile,
COR. PRINCE AND FAIRFAX STS.
J__M tf
price THF SUN
ONE CENT. I ? 1L- ? VJ I ^
. llaltiiiiore, M.l
Now Sella For 1 Ceut, aic! Caa Bs Bad af
Citii J Ptalar aajant nr Newsboy al
?That Pri.e.
Tlie Karmer'a I'aper
Tha Pail'l IIHIl"a< report and eotnniercial
oahrataa are eoaipleta and reltable.and pnt thf
lha farmer, the i.u-r.i.Hiit aad 'he l.roker in
toaeh with all point* Ia the I'nited N???
The Woman'a l*ap?*r.
ThaBu (staabeet lyps of a newspapar,
innrally and intellectually. In edditioa lo
thtaews of the <l?y, it poblUhea ihe baal
featurea that ean l>e pranrated, sueh aa faahiwn
artfelat, and miseelUneoiis writirtgs fr?u. men
aja) waajea af aaafaad preariaeaea
The S.in ii pobliabed on Sunday as well as
every other day ofthc week.
Ry aiail Ihe'daih Sun, $3 S year: including
t|jp Sunday Suii . M- The Snuitay Sun alone
$1 a year.
AddreaaA.S. Aball Company, Pnbnaasrs
aud Piopriew>ra, Baltimore, IM.
A FISH
The head of whioh B 9 iiidi'*
long; hia tail is a* long a* hia hcad
aad half the length af his body, an.l
hia body ia aa long aa hia head and
tail together, how loug is the tah? A
true propoaition; it is eipiaily true
that.'OHN A.COGAN is ia tiht
Plambing, Steain. 6m aiul
Hot \vater Biisint's*.
IOHN A. COQAN.
Twelve mau very fine OLD JAVA COF
FEE juat rsjaaived by . ?. _ . . _
J. ?. MILBURN.
clothim;
Special
Announcement.
rimlii
For FALL
andWINTER
Tlinn ever, and ?t lower prices tlian
erer, and this, too, iu tiie Ebm a_ very
decided advances in the cost of materials
and labor.
Men's Suits from *7.-r>0 to *lfc.
Men - Overcoata from |ii to $18.
Men's Trousers from $1 to $J>.
Hoys' Suits from #_ ti|i.
Our Tailoriii"' Departmeiit
Comprises all the latest fabrics Irom
118,60 to $30 per suit. .
All goods as guaranteed and marked
in plain tigure*.
II. LEE F1ELII,
One Price Clothier and
Tailor.
No. 304 King Street.
BOOKB AND ffATIONEKt.
S. F. Dyson & Bro?
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
Wlioli'salc and K. tail.
School Books, School Supplles and
Office Stationery a Specialty.
All the New Magazines and Papers.
Dyson's Bookstore,
ftOH King atreer.
iiistorT er_i__in___
To the fre.iient qBBB-QSI as to
when tl.e HMory of Alexandria will
i.c |,til.li?hc(l. I wMi lo reply that it
will he published as soon as Mr.
BasaM Ramey, tiie puldisher, rc
. -iithcient vuhH-ription*, to ka
p_M on delirery ofthe l>ook. m will
pay him for the paper, printing, Ae.
lle i* m_ cireulating subaeription
puper* which will lie found ?t many
plaee* of ba__MBa.
Wm. F. Carne.
NEW RAISIN-?Cbaiea (___sa_aaaf and
I.aver Rai*in.]iu>.t reeeived hy
.1 C. MII.BFRN*
A fnll line of BBOOMS, HKARTH
for tale low b
i. r, Mii.Rir
BBOOM8 and WHISKS for nle laa kr
l-RN
"THE LION" METAL POLISH for elean
ing and polishiog Braw, Copper, Ac. Pnee
Ift, For nale by _____
E. B. _E_^BEATER A gQWtl
"cXM-ifil-L'S 8OUP8.?6 caaea Totnato
f'hieken, VegeUble, Olam Chowder, aud
otber _?rietiee of soupsjust "SMdred by
J. C. MiLB_RN

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