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VOLUME XI N ' 81
X^KXANDKIA VA. SATURDAY EVEXrXG, FEBRUARY5.1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS
Cureg Woman's Weaknesses.
We refar to that boon to weak, nervesa,
intlerlng "ora*n known aa Dr. Pleree'S
Fivorlte Preacrlptlon.
nr John Fyfe ona of tha Edltorlal Stafl
?f thk ECT.ECTIC Medicax, Rkvikw aaya
>f Unlforn root (Uclonlcu DUAca) which
lt ono of the chief IngredlenU of tha "Fav
yorlw Preacrlption":
?A remedy wbich Invarlanly act* as anter*
ireliiTik-orator ? ? * makes fomonnal ao*
it the entlre reproductlye iysfm."
Herx>ntlnuM"ln Helonlas we haveamedica*
_i.ni which mora full y anawera the abo-e
purpoeee than any oUur arug vrttiiuMch 1 am
?ed. In the treatment of dlaeaaes pa*
lo worrxn lt ls aeldom that a caac ls
t -ij which doea not preaent aorae. lndlcation
loi thia reraedlal ajfent." Dr. fyfe further
aaya' "The followlng are ainorig tho leadlnf
Indic'aUonsrdrHelonlaa lUnlcorn nwtl.. I'aln
*>r acbmr ln tbe back. with leurorrhcea i
(wcak)condltlot\pf the rtprodttctlva
of teomen. incntax d^presalon and lr*
, l v (i witDchronlcdlaeasesof
toduVtlv** o/gana of women; constant
r'ion <* heattn the region of the kld
-rh.gU 'floodlngi. due to a weak*
lon of/tlic reproductlve syetcins
.^pa/a-ur/ri-ascd or abaent tnonn.ly
t< /fiV/'X^ftoro or acoompanylng an
jfl conOltl m of the dige?.tl?e organfl
(thln blood ) hablt; dragglnf
ln tba aatreme lower part of tb?
:? l^s of th? abovfj avmpto-a
?r*rS-7*--r.T"ir. invalifl \\nmp raiL u(J
T. .'ii i.ik.- Dr. Hiiro!* Fhvoritq
'roTTrTuTTire lefldmg Ingreui*
rwntOTla Unlcorn root, or Helonlas,
the medlcal projwrtiea of which It
falthfully reproaents.
Oi (.olden Soal root, anotner promlnenl
i of "FaTorite Prexcr;
ley Elllngwood, M. D., of Uon
ledlcal College, Chlcago, aaya:
'?;? laan lmportai disordorapl
atarrhal condiiloiis ?
ilement, lt te naetoL"
'.. D., late of
tl root :
?In ti ation to lts goneral affectaoD tha
n i* no medU ??? ' ?'" "
mityof oytnkm. li
?:? <i aa VU tonic u.-.cfulln
? m)W, M. D..of JffTersoa
. College, aave of Golden Seal:
?ValifiMe lo uterine hemorrbage. n ? nox*
rb??!a (floodln?) an u dyamtnox
, ful nienatrnatlpn).*
PTerce'a 1 morlt* Prcscrlptlonfiitn.
fii |v rapreeeota all tho above named ln
?Mdienta and ctirae tliediseaaaalor-hJca
thay tra raooi
AR^eadby,e CATARRH
Ely'sCreamBaliu
ia q. itkly abaorbed.
C?cs RoMet atOnce.
i lothea,
; nd j
tho diseaaed mem
ngfroxa
< b and drivea
ii'A.iy a Cold in tha
BFJad qoicklr. Be*
ttorea tho Seiisea of I
5 ndSmelL FullBlre50ota.,atDro(
? .11. Iu liqnid fornii 76 eenti
KAY FEVER
^EOOBRIEb.
T-'V-Bamsay Sells the Beat.
CHEAP
AND
GOOD.
Pawnee Oats
8c a p^ckage.
AMSAY'5
0-O-0
f-xtra Fancy Nt'. 1
M CKEREL
0. W RAMSAY
FANCY
EVAPORATED
APPLES
For sale by weight.
0. WH. RAMSAY
PINEAPPLE
CHEE5E
All sizes.
0. WM. RAMSAY
Fancy French
Prunes in j irs
and
Canton Ginger
Pots* Halves and Quariers
0. WH. RAM3AY
Qenuine Codfish
Shredded and in Bricks
Fancy Bloaters
o. wa ramsay
G. Washington Lewis
Att >roey at Law.
Alex. Nat'l. Bank Building
gjao2l lui?
bitmnbrta (Sozrttt
eiSl^ih^k^p^h
STBEET
[Kntered at the Poetoffloe of AlexandrU. Vii
_Lnla. aa aeornd-olaaa matter. 1
la_M9. Oaily-i y?*'. &**> ? montha
?:50; S montha. 11:26: 1 month, 43 centa;
1 week, 10 centa.
Tri-weekly?1 year, 18.00; 6 montha, ll.6fc
3 montha, 75 centa: 1 month. 25 centa.
Contract advertiaera will not be ailowed toex
oeed theirnpace u_!eaa theexoeea ia paid for
at tracsient ratea, and nnder no circam
atanoea will they be ailowed to advertlaa
other th*n their legitimate bnainoaa in he
' ~r_ _
OLD HOLLYWOOD
Rc im ;:d, V ., Feb. 4.
Licatfd on !_'? bnki of ihe Jamea
r v?r 01 * very high b II \* n< aa 'fol old
H >ilywO'>d cemetery. It la apparentlv
* m ]" iquavc aad ia tiar.d-nmely laid rfl,
?riin?l g "be ?i rk ol a maater to the art
v ., w.ti her wloter garh, never
1 prc tler Iharj on laat Smday.
fne windiog patbwa?a?on either elde
of -h ch are the be u ifol magnolia treea
ae grteo as cedar?were well fillcd witb
a c-g' r and anxloua to pay tribate to
tbe ooble men and women whoae remalt a
are in erred In theae eecred gn u ida. To
'be nortb Is the plot aeleced by the
Ladie'a AaxiiJ?ry to tho Uonfederale
VeteraDs aod ih manda o/ the beroea oi
the lost can ie are restlng peace ully nn?
der the thaio of the treer. Tboee who
bave no hradatonea are marked wi h a
marole alab aDd are t umbercdj denoting
the compaoy r.nd regtment tO which tber
baloogad. 0 te whoae headstone ia s'lll
promioent ia a brother of Au^uit Win
tberoll (ir Oalroe?), aa he la callfd lo
Alexanoria. It will be rerppmherd that
the "adaairal" and two brothera cnliated
at tha airne it.ne aod ca-t t>eir foriunea
with 'be 8 u h, but f?tt| decrrtd tbat
An uttwaa ihennlv one to retnrn and he
baiht-eo very car. ful to take good ca'e of
bia brother'a grave in Hollywood. It ia
a (irta B udy ol htstory to wander among
the he-neti.MB oi theae noble men and
biyswho mcrifked their livea for tbe
0 .Dfer'erale Brrvice, and a noticeable
featare ol it all ia that at leaat on?-third
0 the killed and barled ia tbia cemetery
a e youog men rangiog In ago from 10
t 22 ?<??. Oa the eobmlt ol the hill
ov r : k ng the grives of the other com
r* Im is one i?rave marked with tho atars
a td >ara aad a beadatooe witb the fu!
1 wing iu?crii tion:
H. L Wyatt
Jane 10, 1861
On one comer of the atone la "The
Fir t;" on aoor er la "0.. A., Firat N
0. Vola."oa tba tb rd ib ' Cooledera'e,"
nd on the !.?t is 'Killed in Ba tle".
One woold jod^ that tl ia waa the firat
? killed lo ibat memorable coai
llic'. Aa tbe eye beholda tbe neatneas
0 this aectioi of Hollywood one l?
convioced tbat hving banda are kpp'
buay carmg for the Coofederatea' ree
ng jilace an l tt ey atill nnrae and cheer
ish he me i rriea of tbe ooble ones
bi Beed tbeir livea aod whose
;a ua oow >il nt in dea h. Oi ao
i ner h -adntone ia marked the folhwing
io-cr }>
I 1'. I'ardigon
C. 8 A.
Homme de i ttres
An exil? from France
A gallanl aol lier
? of V rc'nia
Iliul Mov. i 1-61.
Err 'ted by loving frienda.
A w? ; to tbe aouthero end of the
love y cemetery brm_4 to view the
tambo' Fresideut Joha Tylfr, and farth
j iat on ibe brink of the hill over
1 lok'iig the nt'ged chffsoo both Bidea
J ipb river is a lovely api<
la lie baried tbe late preaident
i C ofederacy and his family?
- n Davie, Mr*. Divis and dtu;b
I r vYinnte, The anthontiea in charge
if ih ? eeaaetery are coorteoas and ?fl<ble
geo Inien willing aod ready to exp'ain
a id eten to e?c 9ft a straoger to any
part ol the grounda ha _iy seek or to
give deaired loforatatlon. If ooe vlaits
tbia blatoric ritr be would be neglectiog
a goldeo oi p r'uo.ty to faii to ace tbe
b hitlra of na'.ure aa revealed in dear
Old II .llywood H.
FALL OF METEORirES.
According to rrp rt* from Florence,
Ital , k rani i urteirica fell tbere
?b >o a Thorsday ngnt, eapecially at
Vag'ia and rfan Fietri. Tbe Btones
were ol the lisa aod shtpe of hazjloirs.
Wbeo th>y reached the groand they
were rcd h rt, and the cropa were ruin
? ?). A. mirinight a comet with a Inng
tul ol uinenal brilliancy waa viaible.
Tbe m? ?o-itea were gathered by hand
fula vci-t rJay by the peaaanta. Tbey
fear diBs-stera are p'irtendtd, and coDee
q'ipniy thny are crowding the charchea
IO inv( ke help from beaven.
. 'thiDg, Bnpiosed to have been a
meteor, stroci near Q liocy, III., at 1:80
yeaterday morniog, arooied tbe wbole
city, aod oaneed boildlcga to tremble.
rh >se ab. ut ihe atreeta aaw a great glare
in ihe sky Aeveral aaid tbey fa* tbe
metnor explode There waa an appal
ing detonitioo, followed a few aeconda
la er t y a tembling of tbe eartb, whicb
lasted fiv? r.r ten aeconde.
Father Mill izb, profeesor of aatron
my a Depaaa Uol?ereity, aaid that de
I tbe Q ilney exploaioo tended to
o> firm bia iheory that thia meteor and
tie one recrn ly reported from Cbonecii
ra fireoal a t..a became de acbed
from Comet A wbeo it paased throngh
lai aya.em and have b en traveliug
1 tbe eaith every sioce Oirrtt
A's b.-ilAiice of gravity probably brcaxe
dirtorbed aa it camo cl .ae to the rival
oall ni gravity from the vari >ub bodiea
io thf aoiar svstem, and it beean to die
io'e^rate. acc rdiogto Father McHuzh'a
throrv. Tbia ooaed Ihe aplittlog aod
:?bing of tbe tall noted by varioaa
oeaera, aod aeveral fragmenta got
ioto th? ephere of tbe earth'a attraclitn.
PACK1NG FOKEXPORT. '
A pamphlet on "Pasking for Ex
P r" baa raceotly beeo lasaed by the
?eal ol Oommfrce aod Labor,
ol macofactorera, Major Jcho
M C". , rhitf.
whi:e thia psmpblet dfala oraloly
with npxi ttafflo tna oeceaaity for
e
the aame cirefol attention to the prcpa
ratloo and packirg of abljTieos of
heal or domeatic baainesB oogt;t not to
be loetalgbt of. Sh'ppara of all kinds
of trafflc, partico'arly that of a fregile
characer, are fait rea! z'ng tbat their
prrperty moat be picked aufficlently
B'.rmg to insare ?a'e carrfaga to aod
delivery at d<s loa'ion and are Intro
dncing ref. rma io tbeir packiojr methoda
which ia haviog the fcfiVct of po'.tlng
their gooda Into the bauda oi their coa
tomera io be W coadltloo.
Thia matter ia ons in wbich Bhlpp^ra
and carrit-r aie alike vitally interaated.
List of Unclaimed Lettera.
The followingiaa list of tha letters remain
ing in the Alexandria, Va., poatoflice up to
January 29,1910:
Ta-il Keelinc k Co. S S
Bert, ?l s Fannie E l.impll, lillla
B-jnnatteSanato ium Mirr A<-d iheU'e
Brown, Mrs W I) Manirum. Mrs Julia
Butler, Cnerlfa Natl Capitil Secar Co
l.erg. Rev A E Bi"ha-d. C H
Curner, W J fohcrtaon, 8 ifie
f)nke C E lo'iion, N'ewton
Efifus' ICIaa Sipole, Mra Boyce
Klliott, Fgypt _m?ll, ?' hn
Gill ? ha? Smith, Lawrmee
Heu'ry, Bill Steaverenn, Sam
Hieater, I. wis Sf-rey, Mra N P
Hymon, J aeph H %-. Franeit.
Johnaon, Saliria Thimer, M I
Jonea, BC W:ilton, M-aJ U
Wh;te, Capt /. B
Th8 following ia the li-t of unclaimel let?
tera up to Fabruary 5, 1!?10:
Atley, M> ric .finkain, Robert
Bsgeett. Stunip John-rn, B .'iv
Bellfield. Suaan Jnhnion W.l'iam
Plas. 8R Keanf.CDACo
Brocka, Beotua ". Capt Qeo
('?p-ofacow Daniel Mnrahall, Jamea A
''u'iib Maaon, A B
Davia, Mra C-JirieS Masat-y, A
IU I , M-Wtie Swage, K'gar II
Wbbona, J l/tc BnloV, Thoa K
Gil ion. J W 8t wart, Mrs Chaa A
(iray, J.u'a Thimer. M 1
Gray, Mrs Marv M ash St am Riat Co
Hammond, C W Williame, V C
THOMA8 BUBBOHGII8. P. M
Murdi Graa Oetebratlna, N> \v o.-leane
La , Fel>. .J io 8, 1910.
A-vount ahoveoccafion woa'r>ni ?ailway
will seil redncad fare tieknta from all j>oiiit>
in Virginia, includiiig Washingtm, I>. C, to
New 'nleana, February 1. 2,1, 4, fi. b\ 7; final
limit to reaeh orlcii al atart'ng point not later
th?n mi r.ieht of February 19. Original pur
chaaerof ticketa may aeeure an eitenaion of
tl e final limit to and including March 7,
I9t0 l?y peraoaally deposiung ticket with
apecial agent, 708 Conimon atreet, New Or
leaaa, aot later thun Fet.ruary 19. 1910, and
upon paymtn* of on?? f!ollar ($1.0: ) per ticket
at time of dcposit. Ccsult sjjcnts.
L. 8. Baowv, Gen. Ag't
Poutheru Railway, Waah., D. C.
OKOOERIEW._
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCEBS,
eiOnCBAX OOMMI8SION MEBCHAJsT
And Dealera ln
ALL KJNP8 OF IJQTJOB8,
flart on hand Gibeon's XX. XXX, XXXX
?.ud Fure Old Bye, Old Cabinet and Monc
/-am Whiakiee: alao Baker'aand Thompeon'i
Ptn Bye Wliskiea, to whlch tno.r invita tba
attention ofthe trade,
Jrdert from tha eoantry for merchandiia
ahall receive prompt attention,
arnei'ta of Flour, Grain and Country
Prolnceaolicited, tot whioh they gaaran'.ea
.?rieee andprompt retnrni
N. E oorner Camtron and Royal Btreeta.
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
' BBALI AND RETAEL GBOCKBa
An' Dealera in
PCBE WIN_S AND LIQUOBS.
-? Prodnoe received daily. Oar atock
? \uA Fapcy Qrooerlee embraoea every
thing to oe bad in thia line,
rnry ln liaited Statea bondet
war '.rmva ? vl mrrrin atcck varioaa brandi
of the beat
: KllD MALT WHIBKIE?
r. alcie aaperior gr&doa ?
j\: and American
OUT, Ac
_rr-?tati_fec_03 OnaranUjed aa tn Price a??
Qaallte.<^-|
"~^m?rf. l>'r?.u
iClearance!
Salc.
I Salf. i
+ We must have room
for spring stock.
{ A few
| Iron Folding \
Go-carts \
at $2.98 ?
\ $4 50 to $8.50 values. ?
? Lamps and Pictures ?
J at half price.
X ? \
l m. RUBEN & SONS
{ 601 King St. I
PARK AGNEW, Proprietor.
THE
Bromilaw Brick Co.
Building, Paving and
Sewer Brick
Front and Building Sand.
WORKS : Hunting Creek.
\\ii ivf """-lechone 107.
To Onear W.'Hfrrii.gr. late of
Alexandria, Vlrgfnla,
'. la-uth 4S*th s'.rett, Ph 1 delphia,
Pnaayltaaia.
Yoo hre h.reby notitiel th it the
i hia bteo appointed by tbe c ur: to
uk* testimonv in tl e matter of ihe aa!t for
divorce brought againtt jou by vaaf wife,
Mary E Herrinjr, in the Court of Coaaai ?
VleaNo. 3. of PhilaHelyhia Coanrr, Petn
a,lvania, Vo. C07 of March Te-m, ;
A meeting for the vurrxa* of heaiir..
testirnony will t?e ht 1 I lir'or- OM.%1 a v 1 Sr*,
45 Keal Ei-tat' ira'-t Hi.iMng. P_ 1 delp-ia
Pennajl7anit.il; Mocdsy. Ma"
two o' losk p m., at whi h m???:i.:if jon may
appear and ttier any defeuae yoa may have
to thia a'tion.
CHE^TEB N. FABB, Ja., Maatar.
janl^ wlw w
1
THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY
CLOTHING 5ALE
Ever AiMiounced in Any City.
aBaaa-BB*-*-a-aMBB-?*a?-----*?*a*^
THE BANKRUPT STOCK
? ? OF-=r
Raincoats, Overcoats, Topcoats, Suits & Furnishings
OF
R. Lee Field, - - - 612 King Street
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT FORTV CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Sale Commences Saturday, February 5th, at Nine o'Clock a. m.
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Fid I's $10 00 auiia snd ovcrcoate
Sile.? H00
Field's $12 00 sai b aod oveicoaia
Ui. 6-50
Ficld'a 1? 00 aaita and overcoati,
Sile. 875
Field's 25 00 aoits aid overciatB,
Balr. *0-75
Fifld's 30.00 auils and overcoati,
Sale. 12.7f.
Men's Registered Crave
netted Raincoats
Field's 12 50 8;otcb plaid, Sil'.. 6 25
Field'a 15 00 darkgrer, Silr. 7 50
F.tld'a 50 00 blfck aid plain
-.ra'trl. Sale. 0-00
F.iU'" 25 00 fancy n>at Btrlpe,
Salr. 11-00
Men's Trousers.
Field'a $3.00 atyllah aad hand*
some, made of rarefully ae*
lected fabrice, all s'ze*. Sale
pric. *1<48
Field'a 4 00 a!l woolcbeviot iroo
Btn; i'bjbUI lo 46. To go
at tbe ridlcukinly low price
of. '-75
Field'a 6 00, a "pecially aelfcted
lot of fxtra fiae tioosera, the
grfaeat value io oar store.
Salepricf. 2-rj0
50 Liozen Boys' Knee Pants
Fteli'a price 1.00. S.lepric. .48
Field'a price .50, Sale price.23
Boys' and Children's Suits
Field'e 3 00 jiveoile aaita, e'zea
:', t.7 veare, Sale. 1.25
Field'a 4 00 boys' and i-bildreo'a
worated auit, b!z?b 0 to 17.
Salr. 1-85
Boys' and Children's Fui<s
F.ek'j fti.OOchlldrpn's pare wool
buIU, with extra p-ir of
pantK, ai-3s7 to 1", Sale. $2.90
Field's 7.00 boys' aod children's
?rora.'ed auits, 15 d Hjrent
pitterns, s!eea 7 to 17, *?ch)
with extra pair ol pscts, S ile 3.50
Field's 10.00 youog men'a ntta
very enappy atyl a, fviely
made of ap'eodid miteriaU,
S.le. I'M
Field'a ir.COyooog men'a ?-it<*,
pure worated, cat io the very
lateet lall atyle, baoda MM
aod servlceable, siz<?s 14 to 20
SJr. 6.50
Field'a 10.00 chiidreo'a koicker
b cker aaita, very fio- blue
wldewal", ait=8 7 to 17, at
'.he extraordinary low price of 4.60
Gentlemen's Furnishings.1
Field'a 20c rubber collara, 8ile $ .Oi
Field's $1 50 medicated fhonel,
Sale.69
Field'a 50c worklng ehirU, S* ? .25
Field'a 50c oeckwear, Sile.25
Field's 25c necawear, 8ile.10
Field'a 25c ho?f, Sale.UI
Field'e 15c hoae, Sale. .8
Field's 15c licen xoIUm, lattat
atyle*, S?:e.06
Field'e $1.00 monarch ahirts, 8?l. .00
Field'a 50c Binltary fleece, ooder
weu, Stle.IS
Field'a 3.0O ailk am<>rella<, Sale.. 1 Ot)
Field'a 15c ailk ioitial haodkcr.
cbiefe, Sale. .08
Field'a 50c latl'ea' g?rt?ra, Sale... .10
Fieid'fl 6 00 aod 7 00 tronka,
Sale. 3.00
Field'a 7 50 a.tid Uatber auit
caaes, Sale. 3 50
A large 8tock ?f Oeailemea'e .Ijwelry
at 10c oo the dollar.
BOSTON SALVAQE COHPANY,
SOLE AGEINTS.
\VK ARK NOW SHOWING A
LAROB VARIKTY OP
. F1NKLY PA'HtONED
CUT GLASS
Our fclaaaware dejartmtnt shows
many tatnvleaofthej:la?worker8'
art, worth your seenj, worth
yonr buyini,', worth yonr preaent
in?. We l.ave Vasea, Pun:hBo\?U
OUs-eB.Tumblers and a varlety too
large to tnumerate. Pricea ate
from
75c TO *24.00
H W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers,
10i NORTII ROYAL STREET BELL PHONE 345-J
PQUNDMM AND MAOHIWlBTa
J. & H. JUTCHESON,
Machinists and Engineers.
igents Gray fiasoiiae Motors
Engineers and Machinists
Supplies,
Pipe, Pipe Fittiogs, Valves, Etc
0 0 0
Blacksmithing and Repair
tne Pfomnlv fiTacnted.
The Alexandria
Iron works
Foundry, Machine, Blacksmitb,
and Strucfural Iron Work
Maunfactureraof I'ower Turbine pumps:
will Hft water jS feet.
AeenU for International Coal Oil En
gine, a safe and reliable power.
We solicit yonr orde-3 on all kinds of
Irou works.
Bell Phone 5;,.
WASHINGTON OKI-"ICE|
514 EvBrtJBuilciri' - Ibcre Main 732
SULLIVAN'S
?Wood Yard**
KingandftytoaSt'. . AL-audria, fe.
Small ordera delivercd 10 U II a. m. and 3 to
5 p. ~.
1, 1 and AU crrl aaiaeaaVIirand atsaM*.
. lack and Lel
i itly.
?Ll <"
BeUtrr, EtaeHlV.
as33Sm
B00K3 AUD 8TATI0NERY.
Gruber's
Hagerstown
Almanack
for 1910
S.F.Dyson&Bro.
508 KINH STREET.
FINANCIAL^
Ei?TABLI3HED 1862.
BURKE&HERBERT,
Bankers.
Modernly eqnipped for banking in ita vari
oas hranceee.
Depoeita reoeived anbject to check at aight
Collctiona made on all pointa.
?M_h.grade inveetment aecuritiee bought
and sold. , _ . - ,
Lettera of Credit and Foreign Exchange
furniahed.
8afe Depoait Boxea for rent.
A Savinga Department in wbich intereat ia
illnwed on deooaiu.
Qabdnf.r L. Bootbe M M. B. Bablow,
?r_SID?ST. I ( Vice Preeident.
GBO. E. WARFIELD, CaBHIEB.
First National Bank,
_____jr__i_, VAi
Oeel^nated Deposltory of the
United Statea.
CAPITAL _? fioa,a?
3UBPLU8 AND TJNDIVTDED
PBO-TTS .... $176,000
Diraotera:
S. L. BOOTHE, M. B. HAitLOW
U. r. WAKFIi LD, J. r. aa_iii,_
WALTEB ROBEBTfl, B. BV_R, JR.
FRANCI8 L. 8MITH.
Prompt awsmtioa given ao all oa__JB.ua
? oding eoUectioni ihroac-oal th* Ualtad
Hateaa-d Karap*.
On Washington street. within ,two squares of King, one of the
mostdesirabe homes in the city, con?ai iing 12 large roomsand
bath with every modern convenience. Haviiig fine side yards on
both sides of house.
On north Washington street, near Cameron street, excellent ?en
room brick and bath with twenty five foot side lot, every mjdern
convenience, special ten day price.
On north Washington street, a new seven room brick dwelhng,
with bath; every convenience, including furnac* and concretc cel
lar Lot 40 feet front and 93 feer, 5 tncbea deep to an alley
Oa Duke stree*. an excellent nine room fraaie dwelling with
bath, in splendid condition, with fine side yard and goodsttble.
Fice porches.
A so a number of lo's, in the sub divisions of Del Ray.St Elnr>,
Braddock Heights, George Washington Park, and Wheat Sc Suter s
Addition.
For price and terms on the above propertie* ca'l on or adJress
Thompson and Appich
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance.
107 South Royal Street.Alexandria, Va.
The distinguishing features of the OVERLAND CARS ar? me
chanical accumcy, grace of outline, luxurious appointm^nts and
easy riding, siletit rurniing qualities They are cars mcant to
be seen and not hpard~as shown by the manner ia which n<;ie is
eiiminateJ. Have you SEEN our samplt? We give demonstrations
every day.
flYERS BROTHERS. 115N.Pittst.
CIGARS.
Talk Abont Sold Corafort
Juat| ry onejo/.onr I'lant Cig?ia after
dlnner today. They are simply great
Ifl the pleasure they afJor 1 a lover of
good to'ncco.
AsOgarManufacturers
We ure placing our own branda upon
the market and tbeir quality ia such as
to command tbe approbation of all dcal
ers aml smokers after they bave ouce
given them a trial.
HAMILTON & CO.,
323 KING STREET.

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