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FRIDAY EVENING FEB. 14. 1908. Local Matters. Sun and Tide Table. Ea i rises tomorrow at oM a. m. and sets 6:36 High water at 6:43 a. m. and 6:62. Weather Probabilities. For thia aeetion rain tonight and Satur? day, warmer tonight; fresh southerly winda. TO REDUCE WAGES. Tbat (bera will be a reduction, or, at least, an attempt to make a redaction in tbe wages of ell the employes of tbe Southern R-i!*?ay Company was ad? mitted io \V--hington yesterday after? noon by Prrsi lent Finley. "The cnn;, .ny is arranging for confer? ences with representative* of its em? ployes," said Mr. Finley, "for tbe con? sideration of the present wage adjust? ment. The purpose of the proposed con? ferences is to lay before tbe employes the -i iltoon surrounding the cimp-iny and to secure their support in tbe pres? ent conditions ol trade depression tbat are upon it and all tbe railways of tbe mu.h. As a step in its programme of reducing ixperses, by reason of these j conditions," continued Mr. Finley, "ibe company put into t fleet February 1 a reduction in the pay of the president, rice presidents, and other general officers aod tbeir office forces, and baa since /arther curtailed expenses by leducing its forces in practically all departments, and in other ways properly open to it." The recent deoresse in wages sfiectsd, in Washington alone, about 700 em? ployes of the Southern, while orer tbe entire system there were, it was stated, probably 2,000 or more who suffered by tbe d'creste in wages. A-; th ? **-mthern employs altogether between 4 2,000 and 43,000 men, the ap? proximate number of other employes whose wages may be r-duced is 40,000. TBE HOLD-UP ON SHOOTER'8 Ul LL. There are no new features in the cure of Edward Drowns, Harry Hicks, aod Wilbert Cook, who are beld ft police headquarters on suspicion of haring hel 1 up and shot Thomas J. Synder on Shooter's Hill Tuesday night. As wss stated io the Gazette yesterday, Snyder positively i lentified Downs as the man who shot him aud tbe other two as having been with Drowns at the lime. Tbe prisoners, however, deny any know? ledge of tbe crime. Tbe bullet, which entered Mr. Sny? der's right lung has not been located, but tba s z ? of the wound indicates (hat he wu shot with a .44-celiber ball which w mid fit a pis'.ol.it is alleged,oue ofthe young men bad in bis possession on the night of the shooting. Tbe case will be tried in the Corpora? tion Court of this city. Mr. Snyder's condition had under? gone no change today. CORRESPONDENOE PUBLISHED. Mr. R. L. Gordon has written a letter to the Warrentjn Virginia, iu which he eays: "I have unfortunately gotten into a controversy with Mr. ll 6. Cochran, of The Plains, which has resulted iu his writing me a very insulting letter. His clint to iiivolv me in a personal dif? ficulty, which would Ik--dy injure me in my present cinvss for Congress is so ap? parent lhat I deem it best to girs the entire corrisponjeuce to the public." The correspondence relates to n re? port thnt Mr. Gird .ii encouroged tbe independent movement in Fanquier county on the tent election. ROY SHOT IN THE EYE, J'lli-.n Billenger, aged about thirteen yearn, was ?hot early last night in tbe right ive with a blank cartridge pistol in the banda ol Sidney Weil, aLout eleven yRrs of Rge. His eye was pain? fully iijuied. The boy was attended by Dr. Moore. The shooting took place at th* crner of Prince and St. Asaph Birre-*. The police confiscate many blank cartridge pistols ertry year. The sale of them is a misdemeanor, but boys still amu-e themselves at linus with these dingerous play tilings, and occasionally serium accidents follow. BELD FOR COURT. J mies G esk ins, colored, who was ar reettd b veral days ago on a charge of larceny of articles from a package of mail on a rural free delivery route, wbich be was serving in Culpeper in place ol his father, was yesterday after? noon arraigued before United States dm tu 'udoner R P. W. Garnett. The accused was held for the ac? tion of the vrattil jury, and his bond wis fixed $300, which he gare and was released. Ile will be given a hearing at the July ie tu of the United States Court. ^^^^ CARNIVAL. In the midst of tho gaieties of the winter -ea-ion it is well to remember tbe Elks' Cacuival which commences next Monday at Armory Hall. lu addition to tbe ma' ifold amusements for the old folks the committee has remembered the children, and for Wednesday afterooon of next week Chairman C. B. Marshall has prepu d an amusing entertainment for all the children wh*> can attend. As the skating link coses tonight the com? mit*-*' wili hsve ample tims to put io positi n ibe decorations already ar? ran gee*. ____^_ PROPOSED BUILDING. At the meeting last night of Alexan? dria Washington Lodge of Masons a committee was appointed to inquire into the feasibility of erec'.iog a fire-proof Masonic building as a memorial to George Washington, the fiist Worship? ful M?>: of Alexandria-Washington Lodge. Tbe lodge hss msny priceless relics of Washington, Lafayette and others, as well as some of colonial and rerolutionary days, which will bs p'n*<d lithe building should it be erected, leo i ure"tonight. Representative Charles Towne, of New York, will delivei a lecture in tbe Young People's Building of tbe M. F. Church South tnilgh*. His aobject will be "A Hop, Step and Jumpthroogh tbe Orient" 6 Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup a**t gently out aramptlv nu the bowels, it atop* tbe cough by soothing the throst and lung irritation. Sold hy iv. F. Creighton k Co. Some broken siz?-i in Hess shoes $5 and $0 grades, t'2 50 get them, if you are quick. Marshall, 422 Kiog street Tbe Market. ?soegetowo D. C., Feb. 14.-Wbsat 90 94. PERSONAL. Mr. Paul B. Hulfith hu gone to B . Bingham, Als., wirer* he will oe eu ;aged io basin-ess fir some time. Mies Margaret McG. Ashby yesterday vening rery delightfully entertained at ?ghi hand euchre at her borne on C'ng street. Tne piiz*s were awarded 0 Mrs. William B. Smoot and Mrs. Richard Gibson. Mr. Carl Minnigerode, of Baltimore, s visiting bis sister, Mrs. E. F. An Irews, on Seminsry Hill. Mrs. W. H. F. Lea, of Ravensworth, 1 vi-iiing Mr. aod Mrs. E'-ps Hunton, n Richmond. Mr. r. Anderson Sommers and Miss 5 izi Solden Ubler will be married at 1:30 p. m. on Wednesday next at tbe esidenco of tbe bride-elest's parents, it. and Mrs. George Ubler, on Came* on street. Miss Beal Daingerfinld rery prettily ntertained a number of ber friends at a uncheon giren yesterday at her home rn Washington street. Mrs. W. B. Smoot most char ningi; ntertained ihe Senior Euchre Club at er residence oo Prince street on Vedneeday night. Tbe eautiful prizes rete won by Mrs. T. Marshall Jones, Irs. W. J. Boothe and Messrs. Heniy battles and S. G. Brent. Miss Flcreuce Herbert is risking her ister, Mrs. Jno, D. Hoot, in Warren >o. j Dr. Thomas B. Cochran, Mr. Charles i. Swan and Mr. J. A. Eggborn bare "turned from Richmond, where they at juJed the meeting of the Grand Lodge f Masons. ^_ TO SUE COMPANY. John R. Campbell, of Newland, Lichmond county, special agent of the lorthern Neck Mutual Fire Association f Irrington, says be will at once enter nit for $500 damages in the Circuit lourtat Warsaw against the Maryland, ruginia and Delaware Company for not topping at wharves on schedule. Mr. lampbetl drore 16 miles yesterday to telford's wharf to board a steamer, 'be s'eamer scheduled to come to that rharf only came as far ss Sharp's and plumed to Ballimore. By this dis ppointment Mr. Campbell was pre eoted from fulfalling an important ngagemeot. MONUMESf "ASSOCIATION. The Washington Monument Associe ion held a meeting last night, wheo a eport was submitted that au option had *eu secured on the Spring Park prop rt*., just west of this city. The sect? ary, Mr. A. J. Wedderburn, was bu borized to sell 200 lots of the Shooter's lill property on installments of $2 per aonth tor 100 montbr; slea bi) lots of louble size, facing M Mt. Veinon venue at tb pe: m.ttith. Broken lots of Ladies' Fiue Shoes nt ibout half price. J. A. Marshall A Bro. 122 King street. 8L VALEN TIN fi'd' DAY. Today the postman's bag is full, And very oft be tarries To leave for little b .ys mid girls The valentines he carries. Wt. Valentine! St. Valentine! We hail your day with pleasure. The love your pretty missive* bear Will make each one a treasure. ?From the Kindergarten, LOCAL BREVITIES. Thomas Jack-ion bas sold to W. B. Duiany the boase and lot No. 314 south lifted street. Sereral degrees will be conferred upon andidates at tbe meeting of Potomac jodge of Odd Fellows tonight. Rear Admiral Montgomery Fletcher, etired, who died in Washington yester iay, was born in this city 78 years ago. The Fairfax Herald says it was sported tbat Mr. B. W. Head, of /lenna, has sold a stonequarry to Alex indria parties. The weather continues warm and threatening. The ice which receutly overed the rirer in front of this city has il most diaappeared. Mr. M. S. Lee, formerly of this city md husband of Mrs. Annie Kirk lutcbins L?e, also formerly of this city, lied in Newport News on Wednesday. Tba report tbat tbere will be reining ind ai tides for sale a', tbe euchre party o be given tonight by the Juvenile sanctuary Society at Lyceum Hall, is n correct. St. Valentine's Day was celebrated oday aod the handling of tbe love and :omic missives sent through the mails tonsiderably increased the labors of tbe -estel employees. The handsome table corer ralil'd oil or the benefit of the Oulpeper Catholic Jhurch, by Miss Margaret Mahoney, ras awarded to Mrs. Nora Banf, of 1218 Prince street, Alexandria. Daring the execution at the jsil this norning, at least one of tbe spect atora Fainted, while others showed plainly that rhey had taken erery precaution to guard igainsi Mjch a show of weak.tess. Harrison Smith, who bad beeo ar? rested by Officer Henderson for being irunk and disorderly, was brought be? lora the Police Court this morning. He iras fined $5. This waa the only case before the court this morning. "Hello Central 1 give tne the Auth stand," -they haven't any 'phons??"Oh, well I know I'm a little backward in thst r-spect, btu I am going to have one pnt ia next week; so just wait a little while longer and I'll tell you the number." Sylvan Blondheim, city market. Special for Saturday frozen cuotard; straw? berry ice cream from fresh fruit. H. Bloch. Bert Barber, of Elton, Wis., says.- "I have only taken four doeea of your Kidneys and Bladder pills and they have done for me more tban any other medicine haa ever done Mr. Barber refers to DeWitt'a Kidney and Bladder Pills". They are aold by W. F. Creighton A Co. Money can be Bared by buying youi Shoes at Marshall's. 422 King street. Lecture Tonight. Hon. Charlts A. Towne on "a Hop, Ste j and Jump 1 brough the Orient," in i'our| Peopl e's Building, tonight. Admission 35c lt_ CORKED HAMS*: 12 1-2 Peuud. OUH OWS CURING. Corned Shoulders, 10c I1**.; Larg' Sugsr Cared Hams, 124c lb.; Sugar Cured . Picnic Shoulders, 10c IS.; 20c can Sliced Pine.p-.l*. 10c lb.; Fresh Eggs, 25c dor-en. W. P. WOOI-LS 4 SON, _Royal ard Wolfe Sts. T~URKEY<?, Geese and Fowls tomorrow Fehiu-ry 15. J. M. PETTIT, Jr , feb!4 2,?_717 Ktngfwt. CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED- xi-er enced unnecessary. $10>> p r m- n c and expenses. Peerless Cigar C ?, Tole<to, Ohio. febli if A NEW LINK. Capt. T. O. Troy, jriiJsnt nf ihe , Virginia A r Line Ktilwar, stationed in * Charlo?.?esTille, )N -rd?y said tfatt he ,' expittel to hive lr tim runoiog on or j _ before Msy 1, be'.-e n Ukttwkf, tn the j. mai i line ol the C*i'??peake and Ohio, j, and Bremo, on the J ons rinr diridon of the same sy'tem. Tne new line sill pass through portion* of Albemarle and j Louisa countiw, and traverse tbe evire | length of F.uranna rouoty, north snd south, ope *iog up a vf ry desirable sec? tion bere-otore with tut rdlway facilities. I The Riva mi river, the chief stream of Flursnna cunty, contains fine water power,and projtc s looking to itsd-veioj ment are alrcudy being con-ideiid. The new line is most substantially bud', wi h eighty-five pound tails,stone bal'a t : and steel bridges. -? Sp'ing time ii r.m'iiig, Uti spring vrge ttbles are here, such ss new Be* La, new Cub* I l?g , Relishes, lettuce, Oreen Yeppera and : Florida Tonntoe*. We will also have a lot of Chicken*. Dui ki and Turkeys at Gee. K ? Bender'*, City Market, tomorrow. Ail want tha 'ott'. The Hess, Walk Over, Rtd Cross, aod Queen Quality Shoes ere to be had at J. A. Marshall A Bro'*.. 422 King *tr.*#t. not21 tf Lecture Tonight. Hon. Charles A. Towne on "A Hop, j Step sui Jump Through the O.-ieui" in j Young People's Building tonight. Ad? mission 16 cents. I M LOST.?On tin* electric tiaiu leaving Wash ini*ton at 2:30 o'clock today, a BLACK i FUR STOLE. Tbe lady nbo picked it up ? will please leave it at No 711 Cameron st-*eet , acd reesire reward. lt FOB RENT. ?Oflice No. 114 aiu?h Pt Asaph itreet. Atply to B. WEIL, 0P9 King street. febl4 3t CONFECTIONER^ GO f O ' H. BLOCH'S, No. 6lft KING 8T, FOR YOUR GEORGE WASHINGTON Fancy Ice Cream Molds. Oar Charlotte Basse Made from PURE CREAM. Headquarters for Cakes, Pies aad Pastries. Hot as HI /. I Hot as BIsK-r. 'Till: OLD RELIABLE" CITY MARKET. Come to the AUTH Stand Hams, Bacon, Shoulders, Sau? sages and Puddings. They're delicious. Cooked Ham and Tongue,Smok? ed White Fish, Olives (m bulk). Not thf OH KA IT.-*.T but the BEST. S. BI.ONDHEIM, ,X7?. CHINA, GLASS AND HOUSE FUB RIBBING GOODS. m i i'aV Post Card Valentines, lc and 2 for 5c Valentine Cards, 2 for lc Art Valentines, from 5c to $5. FineDiiiiierWare REDUCED. 112*piece Haviland Dinner Set, former price $60, reduced to $40. 100 piece Haviland Dinner Set, dainty decorations, price $27.50, reduced to $22.50. 100-piece Carlsbad Dinner Sets, former price $18, reduced to *14.98. 56-* ieee Carlsbad Tea Sets, worth $7.50, reduced to $5.98. ELLIOTT'S, Cor. Pitt and Kins: Sts. LoweiiMi Bros Wakefield Rye j The Family Liquor Store King and Alfred Sts., Best Medii Whisky $1.00 Per Quart. Fine Table and Cooking Wines. Goods Delivered.to Any Part of tbe City Prompt .attention to Phone and Mail Order*. Ko Bar. R th Phone*. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS Up-to-date 8 room and bath brick; excellent location; reasonable terms. Quick if you want this Choice lots in Del Ray, St. Elmo and Braddock. Two farm bar? gains. Robert Elliott, REAL FSTATE RROKER. 127 South Royal Street. janl4 lm LOS 1. - r\ Itruary 12th. oo Prince ttreet, letweeu Fnirfax and R ja), or on tie trie train lea-nag (--oyal utrtetet 7:30 a.m., EMBLEM CHARM,Ovate* U?nk (f L o. ". F? sk ii il and cro-sVooe!-; t<ip "A. H. M. Xta*" l'Ait," engr*vet 1 on edge Li*v*ral re? ward if returned to owner, 3tri Prince itrevU feU3 3t Get yoti.3*?lf a box of <Juyr.cn quick aod | aive that old enemy, La Grippe.* knockoet blow. Ile and Se boxes at E. S. LEADBEATER * SONP. [Kaufmann Bros. Up-to-Date Clothiers. KMMMOH <? o Clothing T|lfBW | j THAT'S KIGHT. I Manhattan Shirts. Spring 1908 Style is Here. Neat Patterns. Checks, Stripe, White Plaits, $150, $1 65, $2 00 ^Interwoven Sox. Just received 50 dozen, ail colors. The toe and heel double strength. 25c the pair. Sole Agents, I Kaufmann Bros UP-TO-DATE MAN'S STORE - 402 and 405 King Street ?++++++?+?++++++++++++++++++??++++ mum. You may always depend on "BON ALPHA" COFFEE Being the same uniform strength, flavor and quality, because it is blended perfectly. Each part is accurately weighed and mixed in proper proportion. In addition to our gooda being freshly roasted daily, we blend, aiming and roaching "Cup Selections" Only. Ask for .md insist upon the Alexandria Coffee Company's Coffees at your Grocer's, and remember that our goods are fresh. o-0*?o-o The llexandrra toffee Co., 300 SOUTH FAIRFAX STRERT. Both 'Phones 19."S. GEORGE WASHINGTON PARK. Shooter's Hill and Spring Park Combined. C-0-1-0 The Washington Monument Association have options on the'? two splendi 1 subdivisions and propose dooatini* fron* 11 to 50 acre* for a Public Park, lor the beautification aud ex. Unsion of Alexandria, and a< a fitting memorial to Air x nutria's greatest citizen, George WaehingtOD. One hundred lots hsve been sold in the Shooter'*. Hill se.tion which insures its purchase and p.irk. The Wuiii*igt<*n Monument Association now oflers iu Spring Park section two hundred spleudid lota cat Um than 25x100 fret for TWO DOLLAR) C 4 SB snd TWO DOL? LARS per month for Mo mathe, -.A- di'T lota -'(Mm tatt. Three lota will font upon the park throngh whieh Mount Vernon A*.??un.* will rim aod ap * appel King Street, for FIVE DOU.A.RS ''ASH snd FI VF. DOLLARS per month for loo monti,m. If in tereala. I ia Mourin; ? home In \vh?t ii il -t'oeii to l.?*<*oni,* tin- moot beautiful ami historic residential section nf Alexandria; or in s**i ur ag a safe and sound invesiuieut aud aid tn giving to .-rr.*.*, LADIES AND CHILDREN OF THE CITY a msgnigcsnt Park for recreation and lieilth and at the MM time honor thc nemory of WASHINGTON, purchweone of iii- lota, For further information apply to ALEX. J. WEDDERBURN, Secretary. WaHlnngd) i Monument Association. 1? CARNIVAL!? Alexandria Lodge, B. P O. E., No 758. Armory Hall. February 17th to 22d, Inclusive. Many Mew and Attractive Features DANCING EVERY EVENING. Doors Open 7.30 Admission 10 Cents. A Piece Now and Then. A piece of solid silverware bought now end then will soon equip your table, beean-ie silverware is of longer life than the tuan 01 woman. Tiiis lonj* life and the aatifaction sterling silverware j-ives is the reason YOI' should buy. It is reilly an economy in tbe long rmi. Think it over. Our prlcea are a reel encouragement to yomwot or old bowekcepcra. Sterling Silver Teaspoons, $4.50 to $8 Half Dozen, I omni j $4. Saunders <& Son, ?&*?? J H. H. SPINDLER. Q M. JAMESON, OllTAR. M vSliiiLIN. o-THE-o Mandolin and Guitar Properly Taught ADDana 511 King St., or Whits-m's M feh3 ln>_ PICKLES.?*Jour, sweet and sweet mixed PICKLES, foe sale by J. C. MILBURN. VALENTINE EUCHRE. TO BK i.IVKN BY Juvenile Sanctuary Society LYCEUM HALL, FEBRUARY 14 j CnuimeuciDK at 8 P. M. Admirion. 2b ' ? A tnll Hoe of MARKET aod KANO BA.-4K0C8 for tala by J 0 MILBURN. DRY GOODS. f Sell 'Phone. Home 'Phone King and Pitt Sts. LADIES' NEW COVERT COATS. We are now showing Ladies' NewShortCovert Coats for Spring wear, IN A VARIETY OF STYLES. Ml carefully hand-tailored. Style and workmanship the best. EACH $8.50, $10, $12.50. $15. STANDARD PATTERNS lOcand 15c. DRY GOODS. RUM! DAY. As the Result of t Great Suc? cess With the Sale of Auction Silks Fhe Past Two Weeks We Have on Hand. 1,500 yards Silk Remnants. rhat Go On Sale at 39c and 55c Yard At 39c The group contains plain and fancy weaves luch as colored Uflett, peau de cygne, kc; eugths to lb yards. Values to $1. At 55c Co itains fancy ai d plain colored taffetas 'mt Loui'inea, plain ooloied pongees, pean le cy. nea; a few good lengths of bin ki: lengths up to 12 and 15 yards. Values to MA. Colored Lining Taffeta Strong and durable, in shades of xray, Ua, brown, garnet, uavy, royal, plum, reseda, myrtle, cream, white, acd I livk. A AQn good value at 69c, for . "'* 420 to 426 Se*? eu th Street, 421 to 420 Eighth Street, WASHINGTON, D. 0. _AUCO^ONJSALE;_ BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OP TBE Corporation Court ofthe < ity of Alexan Jria, Va. entered in tbe ault of CO. Pal man, trading as I'. PuW-ian k Co., to. Alhert Rarbtr, under an attachment, the under MK ned on TUE80AY, the 18th d ky of February, 1908, st the hour of 11 o'clock a. m.. at public hurtion for cash. wIM sell on the premises, No. 114 south Kdirfti street, in the city of AUzandria, Va., the followiog property aod i-Hi-ct-tattached and levied on under.said at taehment, to-wit: 1 S-wing Machine, 1 Couch, 1 Hall Rack, 1 lie Chest, 4 Tables, 2 Mattreaees, 1 Feather Bed, 2 Rolls Matting, 1 .Stove. 1 Trunk, 4 Rocking Chair*. 1 lot of Chairs, 1 Reriatead, 1 lot i f rted C.'othiug. R BT. H. COX, lebe lot City Sergeant. Ye Olde Folkes* GRANDE CONCERTE AT THE Young People'sBuilding Tuesday and Wednesday, Evenings, Feb. 18 and 19 AT 8 O'CLOCK TICKET*.26CENTH. On sale at the Drug Stores ot E.|L. Allan * Co. W. P. Taylor and Edgar Warfield, Jr. febll td I OK KUM' Six rooms and hath; brick; $15. Robt, elliott, REAL E-4TATE AOENT, j aol 4_tf_1*27 Sooth Royal Street. A better reuied* ia not made for ( olde aad La Grippe than (Jayson, Gel a box now Uta sud tu at E. ti. LHAitRKATER * 80N?j. 8TATI0NERY GOOD-. VALENTINES. We have on display the Ur bau*fsome*t a*?soM melita ?vt*r !>???? foreshown in this Bi ty, rugini: in prlwa from lc to flu*. Ko store ever handlea such a v*tri.*i> M can be seen here. Ky pla.-1 small deposit your choice will b and*. Lunch Boxes. We have just received a il cf the folding Lunch li-as. i ? rUtk aad tin. randing in prtosa fr. m lt.* to 26c. We also have the old I'.t-limi.i I box made of paper. SKATES Ice Skates ofthe Klipper Kin ? riety, ri*) (he Uni in Bsrdvan These "Skates are cm ki -rul rwtf goo.!. Pr:ces rangia-* from -. $2.50 per pair. Decorations. Here you will find the moffat sortmentof all kinds ot Devora tiona for the 221, such as Amer Festooning, Streamers. S11>. I.t. and btu?. Flsgs of all liam both bunt lug and colton. lion Flag ll..'-: era, Ac. R. E. KNIGHT, 621-628-625 KING ST. At a glance Even to the unpracticed eye the quality, design mul ex? quisite brilliancy of our Cut Glass is easily discerned. May we hsve tbe pleasure of your inspection ? R. C. ACTON & SONS, Jewelers a-*d Silversmiths, 606KINGST. GBOOEKJr -Rtmsay Helli tbe B?st, CHEAP _ 10 buckets Salt Herring Roe, 15 pounds each $1 A BUCKET G. Wm. Ramsay, Maple Butter GOOD AND CHEAF G. WM. RAMSAY 1,000 Lbs Virginia Mountain BUCKWHEAT FREE OF GR1T. Q. Wm. Ramsay, Absolutely Pure Sap MAPLE SYRUP Gallons. Halves. Quarts. Put up under regulations of United States Pure Food Law. 0. Wm- Ramsay. FRESH PECAN MEAT and Shelled English Walnuts O. Wm. Ramsay. The Finest of Evpi>tliln-*;. PREMIER Oat Flakes, 10c a Package.. THOS. LANNON, Cor. Cameron and I'itt Bte. FR Ki? lo order to introduce our Flagrant Gljr* eerina lotion, we will xiv* to ooah tm who buys a bottle of Cherry (!o?ffa S> run ur Nicklin'* Hsir Tonic during the next HI 1 lUc bottle of Fragrant (jljc-rni** Latte ilutely free, K. 8.1.*^ DB EAT KR A ?j Perfection EVAPORATED APPLES. JoH trwmowS hy J. C. UlLBUEN.