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VOLUME CIX.--NO. 176.
^^r^F^TA~VAT"sATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8, 1HO&
PRICE 2 CENTS
_ __a_ I A ff Tl___?__ art_Jt ___. 4-L.__ _^:M/-.__. \A/___?I__
BEAL E8TATE
i>KY OOO.)
xv
King and Pitt Sts.
August
Clearance
SALE
Oar Annual August Clearance Sale
of tfummir Merchandise is now in prog
teem, and will cot t'nue ui til all summi r
goods sra disposed ot The prices have
been lowered to such au exteLt thst a
quick clearance ol summer mmli*n<li*.e>
will soon be iff rt id, so we would advise
early shopping, as some lioes are limited
and will not last long at such low price*.
We can only n ention a few of the go^d
bargains in this sale as follow*:
Manhattan Shirt*, Men's Under
wear, Mao's Belts Men's H .siery,
Bath Robes, Ac. Dress Ginghams,
Dress Linens, Calicoes, Tall 11
Bilks, Linoleum, Percales, Chil?
dren's Caps, Wh'te Waists, Fancy
Curtains, Dressing Barques, Prin?
cess Dresses, Lace Waists, Bilk
Waist'*, Fancy HiJk Jumper 8uit<,
Fancy Psiwols, Wash Skirts, Ac.
Ifllllllll 111
Shirts Reduced.
August Clearance Kale of White aid
Fancy Manhatt in Neglige* SSirs.
$1.50 Manhattan Shirts
now $1.15.
$2.00 Manhattan Shirts
now $1.38.
$2.50 Manhattan Shirts
now $1.88.
exkcorRroAL supplies
In a Few Light Remarks
we desire to di-wipm?? the idea that
electricity c mts too much for ordinary
people. It is with t iii purpose we are
engaged iu
AN ELECTRICAL CAMPAIGN
We propose ti make a strong canvass
among those who would liko tn use
electr.clty if the cot were not t >o
great. Saud us word and we will call
and give you an estimfta ot how lit le
it will catt to have your house wired
lor it.
- t_
Alexandria Electric Co.
5?2 King st. Bell 'Phone 1*93.*^*
______J_pU? ??10 SAL.
State Female Normal School
Twenty-fifth session begins
September 9th.
For catalogue and information
concerning STATE SCHOLAR
SHIPS write to
J. L. JARMAN,
President,
jv'-"2 lm Farm ville, Va
Elk Grove
and Fresh Country Butte!
Alwsys on hand. Finest I rn portee
Swiss Cheese. Finest Teaa ant
(' il
Fresh Vegetables
Flour, Canned Uxuls, and Poultr
at lowest prices.
Gaines & Allen
Stalls 29, 30>nd 31. C ty Market.
Heme Pbune 84.
PUBLISHED DAILY AHD TBI-WBIXI.Y AT
GAZETTE BUILDING. 810 A SI- PRINCE
STREET.
TBRMfl: Daily?l Tear, $6:00 t months
f2:60: 3 months, $1:26; 1 month, 4A cents
1 week, 10 oenta.
Tri ? weekly?1 year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.60
3 months, 75 cents: 1 month, 36 cents.
Contract advertisers will not bs allowed to ex
oecsl their space unless the excess is paid for
at transient rates, and nuder no oironm
eitanoes will they be allowed to adrertise
other than their legitimate buaiuaee in the
space contracted for.
Marriage and death notices most be paid for
in advance.
Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks, tribntsa
of respect, resolutions adopted by societies
or persons, unless of publio concern, will
nly be prin ted in the paper aa advertise?
ment*.
[Entered at the Postoffiee of Alexandria, Tir
ninia, as ssoond-olass matter.l
THE FLEET IN A GALE.
Tbe supply ship Culgoa, attached to
the Atlantic fleet, from Honolulu, July
tl, arrived at Auckland yest?rJiy even?
ing. She received yesterday morning
the following wireless communication
from the fleet:
Thursday and Friday there waa a
fresh breeze to moderate gale with a
rough sea. Tbis morning tbe weitlur
was tbe heavie-t encountered since
leaving Hampton Robi'h. Tbe ships
are pitching heavily, A portion ot fie
wireless apparatus was knocked down
st 8 s. m. We will increase our speed
to ll knots, and expert to reach Auck
Uud on schedule time. There will be no
fleet evolutions tnday on account oftbe
weathir. The veisels keep their furni
tion aod distance easily. The position
of the fleet st 8 o'clock last night
(August G) was 81 51 south latitude and
178 east longitude. Diitince from
Auckland 3C0 miles.
There are many imitations of DeWitl's
farlioiiml Witch Hazel -sive but jeist oue
original Sold by VV. F. CreiKhton a Co.
SAYS WIFE AIDED ASSAILANT.
Implicating bis wile in a delibcrttett
tempt t) put him out of the way, Jacob
L. Hechler, wounded by shoti fir.*d at
him in tbe presence of his wife and
io his own home, yesterday mada bis
first stttament since tbe tragedy ot
Tuesday mnr-ing, Hechler says tbat
tbe presence of Elierson, who is acensed
of the assault at his home on the night
in question, was doe to tbe entreaties of
his wife, who insisted that her husband
ssk him to sit up with him and watch
for burglsn, who had recently dis?
turbed the neighborhood.
"I yielded to her eiitruiies," aaid
llrchler. "We had boen drinking.
Early in the nigbt my wife and Roy in?
sisted that I crawl under the bouse,
maintaining tbat they heard a noise.
But I was too wise. 1 knew and felt
thst if I went under the house that they
would shout me aod then claim that a
burglar had done it. They evan made
fun of me, saying I was afraid, thinking
it would make me yield."
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills will
promptly relieve all Kidney aud Bladder
ainor.lers. Bold snd recommended by W.
F. Creighton A Co.
<: rs n u I a tm Hore Eyes Cured.
"For twenty years I suffered from a
bad case of granulated sr re eyes, says
Karta Boyd of Heniielts, Ky. "In
February, 1903, a gentleman asked me
11 try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought
one box and used about two-thirds of it
snd my eyes have not given me any
tr iu. 1? since." This salve is for sale
by W. F. Creighton and Go., and
lt chard Gibson.
THRASHES BRIDE EVERY DAY.
John S. Ball believes that if yon spare
tbe fist you spoil your wife, and likewise
her whole family. Since he eloped with
young Lsura Recd, a few weeks ago, he
has according ti her statement to Justice
Loden in Bsltimore yc-ttihy morning,
besten ber regularly once a dsy and
sometimes twice. Wo n feeling in
specially good condition, she said, he
made it three thrashings per diem.
But Thursday n-ght Ball indulged his
propensity for beating people beyond the
limit of human endurance. Besides bis
wife, he best her mother, har father, and
her brother.
Yesterday aft?r Justice Loden bad
beard several witnesses tell about Ball's
achievement, he fined the mighty scrsp
per $10 and cost*, and sent him to jail
for aix months.
Ball, who is about 24 yean old,
eloped with yoang Laura Reed last
month, and on the runaway couple's
return from their brief honeymoon, Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew J. Reed, the bride's
parent*, forgave them, and aa Ball had
no money and hsd neglected to provide
himself with a job before taking a wife,
tbe parents of the bride allowed Mr.
aod Mrs. Ball to come to their home to
live. Thursday night he punched hil
bride in tbe jaw. Next Ball is accused
of hsnding his mother in-law an upper?
cut on the chin.
His father-in-law rushed into the
room, and as he esme iu Ball is Mid tc
have sidestepped light end punehed him
in the dos-*. At tbis juncture in ran
Harry F. Reed, the brother-in-law ol
the scrappy Mr. Ball,
Reed and his brother-in-law had i
hard battle, but the bridegroom had josi
downed his last antagonist when Patrol
man Birmingham dashed np tha frot
steps in re-ponse to the cries of "amt
der!" varied wilh "Help, !" and arrest
ed the pugilistic youog man.
A Faithful Friend.
"1 have used Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and DiarrhoeaRemedy since I
?rsa brat introduced to the pnblic li
1872, and hsve never found one instanc
where a cure waa not speedily effect*
by-its use. I have been a commercli
traveler for eighteen years, and neve
start out on a trip without this, m;
faithful friend," says H. a Nichols c
Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a mao ba
used a remedy for thirty-five yrars b
know its value aad ls competent to apeal
?U /i? "U_ d'W. F. deighton J
Co. aad Richard Uibson.
I
ROSENFELD'S
?^518 and 520 KingStreet.gl
I
M
ivs
lilli Mi
\l I A INIHM t. \ IKOIMA.
ornom:
President, Vice President,
Edward L. Dalnferfleld. Carroll Pierce.
Richard M. Oreen, Caahler. E. E. Payne. Asst. Cashier.
DIBBCTORSl
Edward JL, ,l>elnKerfleld.
J.C.Smoot. J.W.Roberts.
Worth Mulflsh Carroll Pierce
M. A. Ahern. Urban S. Lambert
Ki.sni i_ri:<s l.i a hi i.in i.m.
Loans . . . . ' $599,902.001 Capital.1100,000 (Mi
(J ?. Bonds to se- Surplus .... 50,000 nu
100,000 00 Undivided Profits 60,7"9 56
cure circulation .
Bonds to secure U.
S. Deposit . .
Other Bonds and
Stocks . . .
Banking House &
Real Estate . .
Cash . . 49,647.62
Due from
Banks and
Reserve
Agents . 109,333 24
Circulation
53,000.00 j Deposits . .
U. S. Deposits
30,561.56
52,856.97
158,980 86
995,301.39
. nu i?i|| oo
634,591.83
50,000,00
995,301 39
Notice to Farmers.
Farmers please notice that the Osborne Mowtr?, Binder* snd Tillsgi Gooda,
as well as repairs, bave been transferred by the International Harvester
Company of America to us
MYERS BROTHERS, ALEXANDRIA, VA.
We will carry a full line of repaiis, aud you will also lim! our place of
business open and ready to take care of ypur wants.
Come and see us before buying mowers, rakes, grain and corn harvesters,
as well ss peg, spring and disk harrows and cultivators.
Weare here to do what ls right by you, and if you nwd anything in our
Hoe?such aa Osborne harvesting machinery and tillage goods?we will keep
a complete stock of repairs.
MYERS BROTHERS
HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
Some rare bargains In Parlor
Suits and Fancy Chairs.
A handsome 3-piece Parlor Suit,
covered in a beautiful pattern
of tapestry; regular $45 Suit, at
A neat design 3-piece Parlor Suit
covered in plain green Panna
plush; regular $50 Suit, for
$37 50.
A large heavy 5-piece Suit, cov?
ered in a fine quality of Silk
Valour; value $75, for
$60.
Nest patterns of Parlor Chsirs
for $4.25.
AA\ King Street
JPOJJ^ERg^N^MAOJ^MSTO.
J. & H. AITCHESON,
PRACTICAL MACHINISTS AND ENG
NEER_*.
-?And Boiidsrs ot??
MARINE AUD STATION AK Y ENGINE*
Blacksmithing and titeam Fitting. Eng*
sears' and Machinists' Hupp lies ami all nor
of mill work and that sonnected with brick
work promptly o_scn?*d. B-pairtnt promp*
r doas, _
A. A H. AITCHE80F,
Its Kies rte-**, t Alsnta-rfrfa. Vm
Mild Cured sad Old Virginia aad Mi-w-un
HAMS, ht tola by J. C. MILBURN.
JOBI. If. COCHRAN. CHAS. K. JONIS,
.o.o. .o.a.
J0ELJH.C0CHKAN&C0
Fine Wines and Liquors.
Thc Largest Package Liquor Store in Virginia
Northwest Cor. Cameron and Koysl bt?..B
Alexandria, Va.
Phoned
OWJordaD.
"That GoodiWhisky"
Madelin 1901.
[Bottled.injl908.
7 yearstold,
and
100 proof.
Bottled in bond under the super?
vision of the U. S- Government
and sold at
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
OLD JORDAN ia the leading
|Keiit_cky hsml-wadtsour iikcii
Whisky,snd itu fg-. purity sui
streugth#* appro?*d sud shown
by the U. S Government >t imp
is iU best giiar?nte?as "THAT
i;o(?l> HHlnkV."
JOEL 1. COCHP-W & CO.
C?NFECrj[^ER8.
ALL FLAVORS OF
Ice Cream
CAKES, PASTRY and
PIES fresh daily.
HDI^U 615 King Street
. D IOC ll, Both Phones.
Ali liiaisuuuu in mc vuvud ??unu
John Robinson's
Big 4-Ringed Circus
Double Menagerie, Hippodrome and Wild West
Alexandria,
Monday, Aug. 10
Present ng timi.- ten nen'i of waler-prn-if tents l,f,01 Rare ami C.Mly Wi'.I Animal*.
Double Herd ul Klepliants. Poudeious, Performing I'-iliy.l. rms, presenting a pro?
gram comiijiie tf perfu timi.
Bijr Rcalisti Wild West I",ro,,,,,;in?'m i"?n*?? cswho-j-, iraati
** and i-Vdiers in a Kpirtaeular exhibition ot
lare-ie-il riding, fincy roping and bolo-throwing, including Troop of n. S. Cavalry in ex
libitionsof ri lirg, monkey talk, st*., ai A aband of Sioux Itiiliani in SOtaotoftht f.r Wt A
WOJUIERKLL TRAINED SKA LIOXS, the fii.t-it group of .?.lu.ated Hals io tho
r??'d i""1iiMng tbe ri tiin? "'"?eal ?l?sVi. "fjj
Ro''inson's schcol of wonderfully trained Menage Horn's. 12 in number. Twenty mal*'
ni'l (linnie riders.
?WO DARING GYMN'. ?TS, nimble acrobats at.d tiloitt.l aeraliits, the pichTof sll
ir nil* ceUbriit-e-. !'? ?: i?. i.ierrv old clowns.
Grand $300,000 Street Parade ?j,*"*;**;SSS
lorses, dei.N oTtsrs ind Mtt'j m lld animals, an I iuelii.luu the s iomb's newest m. v. I ties.
The (ir<nd Mimir;ii B>!l!*t, NM ama, WOORI D hu.I children in tht MSC
eMMUHlMI < I'M'HKA I'l'D HAM), tiny sotolsts, giving om boar's n>'i-i.- il
trcgrHin 1. ? e, , . i I, j cd ir nm ni i'.
Two ahmmaiailf, ran or i-liiiie. Exnir ion ra(?*i on all railroads.
jy28,angl.H tw-jySOauB
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
DIRECTORS :
C. R. HOOFF, Prealdaat. O I. BOOTHBi V. Pros.
M. B. MARLOW, JAS. F. MUIR
B. BAER, Jr.
O. 6. WARFIELD, CashUr. J. J. OMI KIN, Aoslstaat Cashier
Resources.
Loans and Investments . . $828,90164
U. S Bonds ..... 152,000 OO
Premium on U. S. Bonds . . . 3,000 00
Banking House and Real Estate . 26,951 28
Cash. 47,022 88
Due from Banks and Reserve Agents . 162,334 73
5 Per Cent Redemption Fund . . 5,000 00
$U25^2lb~53
Liabilities.
Capital ...... $100,000.00
Surplus and Net Profits , . 178,683 77
Circulation ... 100,00000
Deposits. 794,442 13
U S. Deposits - . ... 51,340 46
OtherJLiabilities .... 744 17
"$1,225,210.53
-9-nMHHeWK^ ??Ea&til
Opening of the Season
fob?oi:r
DELICIOUS DEVILED CRABS
STEAMED HARD SHELL CRABS_
Little Neck Clams Cherrystone Oysters
Clams in All Styles Oysters in All Styles
-o SALADS o
FRIED OYSTERS A SPECIALTY.
RAMMEL CAFES.BothThone8
THRfM'KR FOOD MTOKH
E&kp Butter
Is the q-ja?|(- sort that appeals
to thost* w-ho are particularly
discrimi" ting as to the merits
of the Ml er they buy. It's
pure, m^kw* *nd appetizing
i ? r v, HHidland Batter
has heil
best thj
We der]
Pricey
Call./phoij
^-cognized as the
Ines to Alexandria
four butter trade.
per pound.
I'write
Edwardian _ Sons,
fin-. Bt.
QUAKER
7c package; tr
Camietl UtVj
teoaired br
jlBUTOR-s,
-_ #nrt OroniXMi Ste**.
?A?
1T BERRIES for sale at
frdj, by J. C. MILBITBN
\l nh ri rup, eboic*, laat
J.C. MILBDkN.
W. E. Eberhart.
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Bell Phone 282-L. 212 Duke St. Alex., Va.
WORTH all he asks for them and n,..re.
Iho'o up to date nr.'l porto! pictures
tbst sre t e product of FHFK11AKT
' Sm_
BIKE DOING ANYTHING gel our
prices on CEMENT Bl'il.DIN'. and
SILO BLOCKS; Joablt air ma; three
walls in one; fr.?t. moisture sui fire proof
CEMENT BRICK. f.,_al to best prsssed
brick, ('..let im more thou eon mon. CEMENT
fONT**ACTOR, for sidewalks, foundations,
etc. Write us.
Rowe Coacrete Co.,
King snd Peyton Streets, Alexandria, Va.
ac ta
FOB HALF.
Beautiful CABIN LAUNCH, belonging lo
a Western gentleman, practically new, up
to-d.t* in every reapect; 32 feet long, finished
in hardwood; latent comtruction, vteel frame;
hall cost more than $2.(XO. Price *500.
Also a lot Ot due YACHT ENGINES at
half price, Apply to
?jlEB*JON STEAM PUMP CO.
Jl?tf
Lead* ester's Diarrhoeea Reoct ly, a jrood
remedy to have in tbe boase dui lug the ?utn
uier. 2Sm b.ttle.
E. B. U-ADSEATER A SONS.
hu oi
Two of the finest
lots oni north Co?
lumbus Street,
30x90
to ten foot alley.
Quick purchaser
can have them for
$725
M. BJarlow
& Co., Inc.,
Ut Sooth Fairfax Street
Alexandria, Va.
KX.'UIMn\
Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Co.
Steamer Jamestown
Moonlight Excursions.
>IOm HUH 1HIWN I'OTOMAi: RIVER
DWI V I.Ni'l.l DIM. si\;
ii wi: IM f. M. raOM i:\itrsion
fl Ki:. KKTl KN 10.30 I*. M., SToI'l'IM.
ATAUXAKOUA ?OTU ways.
Dancing:: Palm Garden
Fare - - 50 cents.
'???? dates open for SPECIAL
M URMONB. For particulars apply
to
VV. II. (All AHAS. (ion. Pass. Agt.
Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Company.
i
FARMS WANTED.
Wt want a larjre number of fanni, for clients
in the Notth and Middle \Wt wh.. wish to
locate Mt a fri eat distance from Washington,
If joel wish io sell send particulars or write
to AM KURA N REALTY COMPANY,
j-.lolm vVa-hiiih'ton, ll. C.
tifiNT-n' FUKNiSHINH
NOBBY
2=Piece
Suits
Style-?the Latest.
Fit?Perfect.
As the summer season is advanc?
ing, it will profit you to look
our patterns over?in tailor
made garments -and compare
the prices ?considering qual?
ity?of our goods with any in
this vicinity.
Come in and examine our
assortment of
NECKWEAR
R. Leefield
One Price Clothier and Tailor,
612 King St.
The Jameson Studio,
417 King Street
FINE GRADE PHOTOGRAPHY
Al! brandie* of PORTRAIT AND COM?
MERCIAL WORK done in a professions!
man<i*r. letl lm
Mt. Wrne-.n Violet Borated Talcum Pow.
der, a Kc p w.ler for 10r*.
E. ti. LEA-ilii-ATER A SONS.

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