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VOLUME CIX.--NO. 39
ALEXANDRIA, VA., FRIDAY EVENING? FEBRUARY 14, I9QS. PRICE 2 CENTS eipnrDroif -iiTPPrti.'; A Woman's Back Bas many aches and pains caused try weaknesses and failing, or other displace? ment, of the peivic organs. Other symp? toms of female weakness are frequent headache, dizziness, imaginary specks or dark spots floating before the eyes, gnaw? ing sensation in stomach, dragging or bearing down In lowerabdorainalorpelvic region, disagreeable drains from pelvic organs, faint svelte with general weakness. If any considerable number of the above symptoms are present there Is no remedy that wrHelve quicker relief or a more per? manent cSu than Dr. Pierce's Favorite PreVcp^'-wto^Jt. has a record of over forty years of eura* It |s tbi, most potinft Invigorating tonic"apd foe tun he ni nit atr vlnoKnowri to tagdlcalj'cirincc. It Ts made of thcglyccrlc extrict* ol native medici? nal roots found in our forests and con? tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or habit-forming drugs. Its Ingredients ara all printed on the bottle-wrapper and at? tested undw oath as corro?t. Kv.-ry Ingredient entering into "Fa ?orlte Prescription" has ths wm . ' ail the several schools of prac? tice? more valuable than any umount of non-professional testimonials? though tho latter aro not lacking, having been con? tributed voluntarily by grateful j-Htient* In numbers to exceed ths endorsements given to any other medtelns extant for tho euro of woman's Ula. You cannot afiordto accept any medicine of unknown composition aa a substitute. lor this well proven remedy of known COMposi no.**, even though the dealer may make a little more profit thereby. Your Interest in regaining Lea Ith is paramount to any selfish Interest of hit and it is au Insult to your intelligence for him to try to palm off upon you a substitute. You i know what you want and it. ls hil busi? ness to supply the article called for. Pr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are ths original "Little Liver Pills" first put up by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago, much Imitated but never equalod. Little eugar-coated granules?easy to take aa candy. a kt liable Remedy Ely's Cream Bairn is quickly i-bsorbed. Gives Relic! st Once. tho <1.-* "*? 1 ni-*:ii Catarrh and drives away a OoM In I "?'??' -UAV ?T\frR f lil's I 9 ttftsi i ?'*.* ' Yoi li. fOKOVKK SIM* VISA KM. An Old and Wbll-Teikd Rkmkdy.? Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup lins been need for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect success, It sooth softens the truuis, allays all pain, carss triad colic and is the l>e?t remedy for Dh rrl pleasMit to the taste, Sold b> dnnr?*l**<s ia every part of the world, Twenty-' i e cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. Fte -un Mid aak for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing ?<ynij and take no other kind. Guaranteed under the food snd drags an Jone SOih ito.* -j-.*-;,. .,..m?.?. JEWELER?. WliHt is Ihe condition of your WATCH INSURANCE? By insurance we mean thc] chain that you attach to your watch to -prevent dropping or losiog it. If you have none or your old one is in bad condition, better see to prividing yourself with a new one at once ! We Have Ladies' Solid Gold, from $9.60 up. Gentlemen's " " " 19.00 " Ladles' Gold Filled, " H'" " Gentlemen's" " " $2.o0 " ?nd others " tit " H W. WILDT'S SON., JEWFXERS.: 106.North Royal Street. Bell Phone MS J. The Beet .'1'Kv. ry th in i*. Fenway's Cocktails, The Most Delicious Confec? tion Known. Intoxicates nnlv with delight. And why should they/ l'hev coalbins the chokes* sTarssehino Cherries, parset, ssrsl d *l*. eioiH Cream, ti hct. ti nest Chocolate ob taitm hie snd the most expert work nt EXQUISITE is the won). Take hons a box, 'tbt Taylor's Pharmacy, M6 King Street. Both 'PV.O".S Vi^M -VII. mt: pi hi: hhiii stokk MIDLAND CREAMERY Butter. 35 Cents Per Pound. This butter comes to us fresh from the churn every Priday and is prepared under the most sanitary conditions. Each priol is wrapped in pan I paper. We would oe j*la I le have jour trial otdtr. Call, 'phone or write? Edward Quinn & Sons, DI&TBIBPTVBS, Cor. Si. Asaph sud Or-juix-i J "-t reeta. GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 k 312 PRINCE STRKKT. Tkkmb: Daily?1 year, $6:00 6 months $2:50: 3 months, $1:25; 1 month, 43 cen ts 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly?1 year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.60 8 mon tho, 75 cents: 1 month, 25 cents. Contract advertisers will not be allowed to ex? ceed theirspace unless theexcess is paid foi at transient rates, and under no circum? stances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the space contracted for. Marriage and death notices mnst be paid for in advance. [Entered at the Postoffioe of Alexandria*, Vir ifinia, as second-class matter. 1 SUICIDE IN A 9TORE. Leo R. Brewer, bb jesrs eld, a former employe of the wholesale dealing firm of A. J. Bates AC:),, of New York, shot and killed himself yesterdsy after DM n at tbe store under circumstances ? re highly dramatic. The man was discharged Saturday and had fre? quently visited tbe store in the apparent hope that he would be taken back At 3 o'clock he si'sin appeared and talked in a rambling manner to several of b's old friends. They tried to quite him, and in reply to their advice that the best thing for him to do would be lo go home, be declarer that he intended to kill someone before be got out. Several of tbe clerks persuaded Brewer to leave the pince, but, unknown to them, he returned and en'.ered the office of A. J. Rates, president and treasurer of the firm, which is near the door. Mr. Bates, who was in the office at the time, asked Brewer what hs could do for him. In reply Brewer took out a box of car? tridges from his pocket and said lo his former employer: "Jnst look at those. Mr. Bates took the package, keeping his eyes on Brewer all the time. Tbe man tben took from his pocket a large bulldog revolver and put a ibo! into tbe floor of the office. Before Mr. Bates could restrain Brewer he had placed tho revolver to his temple and pulled the trigger. He rolled over on the floor deni. The reports of tbe pistol started un instant panic among the clerks and cu*' tomers in the store, wbich was crowded at the time. Thirty girls employed as typewriters all screamed at once and rushed into the street. A dozen men rushed into the (ffice, where they saw the president of the concern standing over Brewer. Smoke still curled fro the revolver gripped tightly in the mac's right band. Ko<iol is a scientific preparation of vegeta? ble acids with natural digettants and eon* titiun the Mine juices found in a bsa'thy i. Each dose will digest acre than 3.000 grata* of good for 4. fold hy W. F. Creighton A Co. CANFIELD "PALACE" SOLD. The old Canfield gambling palac, No, fi east Forty-fourth street, has been ?old at a trifls over the mortgage of 1100,1*1*0 on it, lo a mysterious com? pany, the identify if which te hidd-n under the name?'i?.d for the first time in realty circles- -tf tbe Ywio Realty Company. What the Ywi.i Company intends to do with the property could not be learn? ed nor could any one be found who could explain the uam<. lt ii said tbat if a drunken man tries to pronounce the word he make* n noise like the bttaa of a roulette ball io action. It does mt stand lor :i brand of Swiss cheese, lt is an obsolete English adverb. "Wit." in tbe eatly days of English literature meant "1 know." Chaucer wrote, Vwis, quod he, it is full dear I say," and Spencer once, speaking about a knight said: ''9 right good knight and tMie of words, Ywis " When District Attorney Jerome dosed the house Canfield held "I. O. UV of various patrons aggregating aeveral hundred thousands, and the "old days of the palace" ure like the word Ywis, almost forgotten. The best letnedv known to'lav for all ???tiiniach troubles is Kodol, ahk ? ? I ? guaran? teed lo give promut relief. It it a tatara! iii gen-mt; it digests what voa eat, ii is plsSS* Ul to take. Mild hy W. F. Creighton A Co. KILLED IN ACCIDENT. Two persons were killed and six leen injured near Chester, Pa., last nicrht, when a special train canying the Phila? delphia Orchestra crashed into the rear end of a derailed freight train. Two of the four coaches on tbe special train rolled down a fifteen-t int embankment. The sprcul train left Wilmington, Del., over the Baltimore and Ohio it 10:45 o'clock. The orchestra had just completed an engagement there aud was returning to pbiladelphia. The orders we;e given properly, but the freight train that should have got? ten out of the way was derailed iu some way, and the engineer on the special could not bring his train to a slop in time at er he bad seen the warning sig? nal. When the coaches were derailed many of the members t f the orchestra were severely bruised and some of them cut by falling glass. BOY KILLED. One boy is dead from stab wounds and three others are seriously hurt as a result of a fight in which twenty boys partici? pated in the corrections! institution od Randalls Island, New York. Tbe dead boy was Meyer O'Shans-ky, fifteen years old. Raeftello BJoaai, the same age, is under guard at the institution, charged with having inll'cted the wound which caused O'Sbanski's death. All tbe boys involved in the trouble were in? mates of the institution. Tne fight occurred Saturday evening, wtien 240 boys were at recreation in the play room of the big building. Two knives were found nearby after the fight. Those who received wounds are apparently in a str otis condition. The knives with which the boys weis armed had been stolen from the teachers' desks tn the school room. ?NET FLOWER* for your Valentine? '? s, ? truaiious, Violets?st tits Kramer * lora! Co. OFFICERS Presider,!, hdward L. Dangerfield. Richard M. Oreen, Cashier. E. h. Payne, .1. C. Smoot. Worth Hulflah. I -ban S. Lambert. 1MRECTOKS: hdward L. I)aln-*?erfleld STATEMENT. Vice President, Carroll Pierce. Asst. Cashier. It\. A. Ahern. J NV. Roberts. Carroll Pierce, Citizens9 National Bank of Alexandria, Va., DECEMBER 3, 1907. KKHOUKCKP. lilARILITIKS. Loans.$569,556.851Capltal.$100,000.00 U. S. Bonds, ISurplus. SO.OOO.dO to secure circulation, 100,000 OO]Undivided Prsfits 56,252.57 Bonds, to secure U. S. Deposit 53,000 00 Other Bonds and Stocks 28,111.56 Banking House A Real Estate.52,856.07 Cash.43,921.72 Due from Banks & Re serve Agents, . . . 94,523.76 Circulation .... 98.V00 00 Deposits.586,818.2 9 U. S. Deposit . . . 50,000.00 $94I,97<1.86| $941,970.86 Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations Invited. Interest Paid in Our Savings Department. JJJJU LUI 1338 New York Avenue - Washington, D. C. Phone Main 5373. Wall paper from 3c per piece up Room Mouldings, Plate Rail, Burlap, Window Shades, etc., in proportion. Bring copy of this ad. and it will entitle you to 5 per cent, discount on all pur? chases. Estimates furnished free, and all orders executed promptly. Give us a cal', o.o _jan ".I lin REflOVAL SALE. The Greatest Reduction Sale of Clothing Ever Inaugurated in This City is now in progress. MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS AT YOUR MERCY. MARCH 1st we move to No. 612 King .Street and will open with an entile new stock of up-to-date clothing for man and hoy. Wc are compelled to sacrifice our present slock of Men's and Boys' Overcoats, Suits and Trousers Regardless of cost. A glance nt the figures below will convince you. All $7 50, $8 and $9 Overcoats and Suits, at $5 50. All $10 and $12 Overcoats and Suits, at $7.50 AU$14, $15 and $18 Overcoats and Suits, at $12. All Men's and Hoys' Trousers Reduced 33 1-3 per cent. Nothing in this stock will be carried to our new store, and now is the time to take advantage of this sacrifice sale. R. LEE FIELD, 314 King Street. I WE HAVE THEM. FISH OF ALL KINDS. We Clean and Deliver Them. POTOMAC FISH CO. 109 N. ROYAL STREET. HOTH PHONES 198. Open All Day. OUR SpringStyles ARE ARRIVING. Prepare for the 226. and pur? chase a new Bed Room or Dining Room Set. A neat three-piece Oak Set, bevel glass in Dresser, at $24. Oak Sideboards from $13.50 up. Try our Felt Mattresses for solid comfort from $7.50 up. wk au am nt- roa mi. cbubbatsd Ostermoor and Sterns & Foster's Mattresses. IlillUSM! FOR SALE Several traill pieces of beautiful land fer ?als contain ins from ONE TO SIX ACRES EACH. Alto Uta *y>xl30 feet SINGLY OK IN ?GROTTTN, ccaveuient to railroads and ebon! one mi'3 from Alexandria and ive from W'-shiLRt-n city. Tnrt-ie to snit. E. F. KNOX. 116 w nih Royal anti Ala*u**d**i?. Ts MS * -f Cortie* Broth*;* BAP MAPLE SYRU1 i-Blm. I*b?l CAT-UTP, ASSORTED JAM8 ?and BAK KP BNA2-18 Inst received bv J. C. MILBURN On Washing Day, or when ironing, cooking, baking or using your range for any pur? pose, coal from PECK'S yard is a satisfaction and a delight. It is clean, high grade and always up to the standard of excellence that it is noted for when it comes from WH. H. PECK'S, Cor. Pajne and Queen HU. EITHER JP HONE 19*_ "lemal som VIRGINIA.?In tbe Clerk'dOSir* ofth* Corporation Court ofth* City of Alex? andria on th* 2!rt day of January, 190*. Anna M. Gillman ) ti. In Chancery. George fl. Gillman ) Memo. The object of thia suit ix !<? obtain a di von-* * vincalo mat ri moo ii and for -*<*n eral relief. It appearing by an affidavit fil*d in thu cause thst th* defendant, Geo. H. Hillman, ia a non-resident of thia State: It ii Order? d that aaid defendant apoeer here with? in fifteen dava after due publication of tliii order, and do what ia necessary to prowl I oia intereat in thia suit, and that a copy <>l I* thia order he forthwith inserted in 'he Alex? andria Gazette, a newspaper published in thi city of Alexandria, ooe* a week for four anc i evasive week*, and potted at the front door ol ih? (ourt Houae of thia city. A copy?Tk?tb. NEVELL J* GREENAWAY. Clerk. H. M. Kllisea, p. fi j*???ai **lw* ?" DKY li To The LOVERS OF LACES. A Practical Give Away of Laces. 150 Pieces Fancy Laces IN White, Cream, Ecru,Butter and Black, from 1 inch to 9 inches wide, in bands, wave insertions and edges. Values ranging from 15cto 39c yard. Your Choice for 8c a Yard. NEWSPRING \ i?i - 25 pieces fine mesh Voiles in the fol? lowing colors: Light Blue, Cadet Corn, Gray, , Black, Navy, Pink, Tan, Brown, Reseda, White. 19c Values for \2\g. and sons, 316 King Street _BEAL ESTATE ^__^_ For Rent DWELLINGS. 507 Prince, 10 rooms, $30 716 Queen, 6 rooms, $22. 423 south Washington, 6 rooms, $20. 120 north St. Asaph, 6 rooms. $20. 114 Prince, 7 rooms, $12.50 1312 Princess, 6 rooms, $12.50. 1314 Princess, 6 rooms, $12 50 417 Queen,6 rooms, $10 50 402 south Lee, 6 rooms, $10 126 north Payne, 5 rooms, $9. 117 Prince, 8 rooms, $8. 415 south Alfred, 6 rooms, $750. 417 south Alfred, 6 rooms, $7.50 629 south Patrick- 5 rooms, $7.00. STORES. 208 King. $25. 319 Cameron, $20. Apartments in "The Co? lonial" and "The Swann." M. B. Harlow & Co., Inc., Hf Sooth Fairfax Street Alexandria, Va._ Fresh Violets and Carnations CAN BE HAI? DAILY AT THE Mrs.F.J.kramer Floral Co., North Fayette -street. Both Phones jebi tim DKY (iuiin Woodward & Lothrop 10th, llth, F frOSti. N. W W'SritNUTON, 0. G Special Sale of Boys' Winter Clothing. Boys' Hssvy Wioter Wuits, wilh dnublr-hress!ed coat and knickerbocker fmnsors. in liney plsi lu snd checks; s / ? 7 to I'i. tb.th) each. Were 17.60, t* ->o and $10 Boys' Overcoats aod Roofers, in plain red and gray and fancv mixtures; "il" and full lengths ;s*2?s 2\ lo 16. *.r? each. Were $o. M, $7. 50, $* f>0 and 110. (Mi Little B-ys' Reefer-), in fancv mix? ture*, lioed with red or gray flinnrl; ?<!/ - _'.*, to 12. t'o'db eacb. Were $.'>. |6 aod to bo. Boys' Knickerbocker Trousers, of 6oe mix?d cbevio'w, worsteds and CAMimeres many of them are all wool; sizes i to 17. I pair. Wete $1 BO. Third Hoor- llth st. New Spring Dresses and and Wraps for Girls and Misses. Wiri*/ and Misses' New Spring .la.ket Suits, made of panama, Hoe serge, and novelty cloth, in stripes and checks. These are shown in siz?s 12, ll, Iii, and 18 years. $15, 118.60, $22 50, and $28.50 each. Misses' and Girls' Spring Reefer Coats, made box style, with velvet col? lar, and lined throughout with silk; ni/t, 'i io 14. Special value, $12.50 each. Hisses' "Peter Thompson" Suits We lime just received and placed on isle a new invoice of Very Fine (Quality Black ano and White Cheeked Mt*tter ThssSfSOW" Snit*. They hip made of beautiful material, in the full regulation style, with the proper em Mem-, etc , ion! are very smart Su?-? 14, 16, IS, ami 20 years, or tt, %4, ami 3fi inch bust men-.ure. ItSJSOsMk. Regular Price, $???> each. Third tloor--G st. Woodward & Lothrop. REAL ESTATE. Buy BUILDING LOTS 1N.THK trowing Subdivisions OF DELRAY ST. ELMO The attention of persons having a few hundred dol? lars for investment is called to the rapid enhancement in the value of building lots in the growing subdivisions Of Del Ray and St. Elmo, and to the large number of dwellings now under con? struction and in course of completion. These lots have a frontage of 25 feet and a depth of 115 feet, and are being rapidly purchased by the many hundreds of employees in the new Po? tomac yards. I have a large number of lots in Del Ray and St. Elmo listed for sale by out-of town parties at prices rang? ing from $150 to $200 PER LOT. Further particulars with plats can be had at my office. J. D. Normoyle. Room 8, Alexandria Nat'l Baok Bldg. King and Royal Streets. Ml 'It?B ttl Gspitsl <' 11 v '['hine 124 f. H. Custom House snd Post-office, Alex? andria. Va., Keb. Il, 190H--Sealed proposals will be, r.-ceived at thi>. building andi I O'clock p. m.. Maren ll, 1908, Tor turcishiug fuel. light*, water, ice, ariaoslkstfOM plies, washing towels, hauling a?l,es aod ng streets for tbis building during the ti?*l year ending June 30, ttkJ, or such portion of the year as may be deemed alvi ?able. T he right to reject any and all bids it Hil tai hy the Treasury Mepartuent. GEO. A. NOWLAND, Acting Custodian. feb'2,14 We Speak Plainly )ut truthfully when we say that you do iot know what real Kgttteg is unless rou have the electra. There is as much liflerence between the elec'ric light snd ithen ta there is between sun and raoon ight. Wilh the exception of the power re supply Everthing Electrical We can wire your house and install the lights. Alexandria Electric Co. ttl King st. Bell -Phone 193. Valcntinesr Boxed, Lace and Cards Large Line of VALENTINE POST CARDS From lc Up. 5. F. DYSON & BRO SM KING ST. FOUNDBR8 AND MACHINISTS. J. & H. AITCHESON, ??RACTICAL MACHINISTS AND ENG1 NEER8, ??And Builders of? ?ARINE AND 8TATIONAKY ENGINES Blacksmithing and Steam fitting. Eagi mrs' and Machinists' Supplies, and all sort if trill work and that connected with brick rork promptly executed. Repairing prompt 1 done. J. A H. AITCHESON. lill King Street, Alexandria. Vu. OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS Northern mails, week days, rinse nt 7 10 a. D. and8 45.1! 30 a.m., ami 200, ISO, 4 tb 115 ami |0JO p. ni. Open M SOO a. m., .2 nt) m. ami 4 (Si p. in. On SuiidaysNorthern nails clo;* at 146 a. m., 290, nnd 7 SO >. m. Southern mails via Charlottesville rinse at I 45 a. in and 10 30 a. m., ami I 2 I p. m. > 30 and 1030 p. m. Open at BOO a. m. ami I 00 p. m. Southern mails, via Richmond, close at O.di a. m., aud 3 30. I IS and 10 .Jo ->. m. Open at 8 a. m., 12 iii and 4 p. ni. Manassas Division mails cln?e at 1 lo a. m. ind 3 20 p. m. 0|>en st 12 30 ami 9 90 p. m. Alexandria and Round Hill mails close st r 30 a. m., and 4 00 p. m. Open Kt 9(Ka. m. ind 2 30 p. m. Chesapeake and Ohio mails close at 3 20 p. b ?**d 1030 p. m. Open at auOa. lu.and \00p. m. Washington mails close at 7 10. a. AX H 45. ind ll 30 a. m., sad -' CO, I IO, I IS and 10 30 p. m. Open at 800 a. m., 200 ni. nnd I oO p. m. aud 430 p. m. Office Hours?Open ats00 a. m. Close at 100 p. m. Sunday Hours?Open at 9 Of) a. m. Closs kt 1000 a. ra. Carriers' Belledale-Collection made on in lide routes?fi 30 and 1000 a. m, amt 3 (si ttti > 30 p. m. Fi U route?6 .JO a. m. and fi 30 p. m. Bundey o llecrion 5 00 p. m. Carrier**' window open Suuday KOO a. m. and close 1000 a. m. Deliveries made 800 a.m. ISO p. m. and 11.' n. m. All mail should be in the office ten minnWi b?fore our indicated time for rtre'.nn NEW YORK TRIBUNE. Th? new-pspor in Ibe lum.r is a nei >? Ott OM Hist <mn hs sa'ely read by tbe entire family. The Tribune is s paper tint print** all the news ol the world in sm li a manner ac to be realalili- without nflendinK the 1 good taste, lt i<a human paper MSSditsd by mm sad women; and while, al times, it may occasionally make mistakes, us r. believe ai,d trust ls it. 1 here iasothiagStSf prihtid in I lie TriLune thal wi I mt instruct mid educate, ju?t ss it is ? fact I h>-i<- is noth? ing ever priatsd tbat will < (hud decem y. With The Sunday TributiP yon gel a blind* nome illustrated supplement of timely topics sud a superb twenty page magazine willi col? ored cover, winch contains tno-t interesting fiction aud short stories bf well knott u autb Ml This, with oilier sections, goes to . up o'le of the most complete aud interesting pjuml.iv Kswspapsn published. The Daily and Sunday Tribune is tbe ideal family ttpmoUtptl. A foliar bill sent to the Circulation Depirtment of The Tribune, New York, -sill bring The Daily and Basis** Il bu ne i'i to your family for one inontb. 0 send HO for one year._ Olbcc of Construclinj* I'laitermister, I . B. Armr, Pori Washington, Md.. Jaaaan 1908?Sealed proposals in triplicate will le received at thi- crt'ne nntil 2 p. m. Marsh 4, 1906, for the connrmtioti of one doabls bar rs-k build in'.* ai Kort Wash! ,gu-n, Md. fn formalioti regarding phins ar.il specificatioas may Its obi ai ned nt this i thee acd intending Indilers will he furn ished them upon deposit. ing the sum of ?10, which will ls* refunded upon returu of same. Proaossla must be mtrked "l'rop<)sal? for Constructing Double Barrack Building at Fort Washington. Mm ," and a?ldresse<l to the Constructing Quart r master, I'. S. Armv, Fort Washington, Md. feh(..Hi; mirj ;._ VIRGINIA. In -he Clark's offica ti Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on the ^Jth d.iy of January, l's 1 Henry C.. Bernhardt | vs. In Chsncery Susie L. Bernhardt. ) Memo. The objeci of this snit is to obtain an ahaolote divorce It appearing hy an affidavit fled in this cause that the defendant, Susie I.. Bernhardt,is a non-resident ofthis Stater It is Ordered,That said defendant appear here within fifteen days after due publication "f this order, and do what ir oece sary to protect her interest in ibis suit, and a lhat a copy of this order Le forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette,* newspaper published in the city of Alexan? dria, once a week for four successive weeks, an<l posted at the front door of the Court Houae of this eity. A mp) Turra NEVELL B. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Asmoel G. Krent, p. n jan23 ?4w thu Goed values ia (OJ* FEI8, gt Ibo, lie, SI a 25c, 30c aad 36c p?r pound st C_J J. C. MILBURN.