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Immfrtw AT.KXANDBIA, VA., WEDXESDAY ETENING, OCTOBEB 6, 1910. PBICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXI.-NO. 236 A Reliabla Remedv FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm I II absorbwJ. ;.?! at Oica. I b ; ! ?m Catarrh and dmes tfoad Qulcldy. Reatorea . f Ta^te aud Bmed. Full size u or by mail. Liquid . Baha f >r use in at?miz_rs75 ots. Br iir.ihcrs, 58 Warren BtfWM. New Vork. Joh* P. Robinson, Oko. 8. French, leni .secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Cnemical Company. MANtFACTrilllts Of Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and iric Actd. Ask your dealor for the Alexandria l'Vrtili/r:-r aud Cheniical C'o.'s Products. Capactty: 50.000 tons per annum. Princess Street and Potomac Itiver WhaurC Aliwandrla, Virginia.. RAILROADS Southern Railway. Train- leave I nioii Btatioa, Alexandria. ln ettect Octobei 2, 1910. N. B. Poll .wiii.' sehedule flgurespub lished only aa iiiformation. and are not gtiarantecd. _ , 7:17 A. M. I>ail.v loeal lietweeli \\ :i-li Inrton and Danville. s:l7 A M. I'nily 1.al for Harrisoii 9$t a. M. Dally 0. S. Faal Mail. oirtv for paHseugera for pointa aouth awhlehacbeduled lo atop. Plrat olaaa coachea; sleeplng ears to Blrrningham and drawtng room sleeping ears to New Orieana. Dlning ear serviee. 11:17 AM. iMi!\ Mail train. Coaehea r,?r Manaaaaa.) harlotteavllle.Lyncbburg, Dam ille and Oreenaboro. Bleepraf ears Oreenaboro toAUanta. i:i7 P. M. Week daya Loeal for \\ ar rcnton aml HarrlBonburg. p. M. Dally Blrrningham spec? ial. Sleeplng cara hetwoen New Vork. Auguata, Alken and Jaokaonvllle. Slet<per to Binnlngham, Th'rougn lirst olasi conchoa hetween Washlugton and Jaeksonville. Dlning ear aenrlee. Tour |g| 10 Califoruin four times weekly. p. M. Week daya Loeal Ibr Har hurgandway Btationa on Manaaaaa branch. Pullman btiflet parlorcar. :.:12 P. M, Dallj Loeawlb? W'arren ton nnd Chnrlottwvlllo. p >i :?,::, Wnshni rt< n and Chattanooga Limlted (via Lynctaburg). i ooach and sleeplng ears lo Roanoke. KnoxviUe and Chattanooga, Sleeperto Xew Orieana, Waabington to Koanoke. Dlning ear aervlce. UjOCP M Dally?New York. Atlanta and N*< w Orieana Ltmltad. All Pullman train, club and obaervatlon eara to New Orieana. Sleeplng oara to ABheyllle, \tl into, Macon and New orleans. Sleep Inr eara toCbarlotte. Dlning ear serviee. \ m. -Dallj Memphis speelal. Sleeplng eara and ooaebea lor Roanoke. KnoxviUe, Naahvillo, Chattanooga and Memphis. Dining ear aorvlce. \\ ash inu'ton sleeplng eara open IOO0 P. M. Through traTnafrom tln- south runve Bt Alexandria 6:13 and 628 nnd 1023 a. m. ? i:: 728.10:18 and 11:68 P.M. dally, llar rtaonburg 1138 A. M. week days and 9:1a dally. From Cnartotteavllle 921 A. M TKAINS oN BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria \V. A 0. Station i week da\ ?- at 822 A. M . 355 and 426 |for Bluemont: 6:33 P. M.week daya ftu I burg; 1:V, P. M. dally for liliiemont and 9:23 A. M.. loeal, on Bundaya only for Bluemont For detailed sehedule figures, nokets, Pullman reservatlon, etc., apply to WILLIAM <i. LEHFW, Union Ticket Agent Alexandria. \a. K. II. OOAPMAX, Ueneral Manager. s ii. HARDWICK, Paaa Tra? Burr. ll P CARY,Oeneral Paaaenger Agant i - Brown, Oeneral Agent. \Yn-diington, D. C. Washington Southern Ry. SrheduN- in efTect May 15, 1910. Traius leave Cni'.ii NUtion for Wash? ington and points nortli at 7 1::. B08, nd832a m.. 12 01,230, 807,818and II33 p. m., dally. For Prederiokaburg, Richmond and pointa aouth at 4 37,7 63 (loeal) and 1022 a. m.. 12 M, 1 22. ."> 17 (loeal) 7 42 and 9 57 Aeeonunodaaloa for Piedeariefcsbnnrat U18 a. ni.. dailv. On week days this tialn runa tnrougk to Mtlford. Notb: Time ofarrivala and departurea and conneetioiis noi guaranteed. W. P. LAYLCR, TratVu- Manager. liichmoud, Va. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. ln .-ftoci May 1. 1910. 1 Ba~fl AIKXANORIA. For Waabington, from eorner Prince and Roval -treets. week days. at 5 40, . jo. 0 30, t! 4o. ii 55, 7 05, 7 l.">, 7 :*>. 7 40, 500, S !"'. S25, S35, - 50.8 10, 9 30,9 60, 10 10, 1030. 1050, II 10, 11 25, 11 80, 11 BO a. 111.. 12 M), 12 25, 12 :?>. 12 V>. 1 10, 1 25, 1 30 1 60, 2 10, - 25, 2 80, 2 50, 3 05, 3 25,:! :t">. ?': 60, 1 10, I 25, 130, I K), I 55,6 10,525, 5 3 0.6 15, 7 00, 7 15, 7 2.".. 800, s:?, 1 >. l?'???. 1030, 11 10 nnd 11 56 p. ni Sundtys -7 00, '. 900. 10 10 00.1020.10 40, 1100, 11 20 and 11 40n. 111.. 1200 m., U 20. 12 *0, ! 00, 1 20, i U 200,220, J 10,300,320,3 10,400,420, 4 40 5 ' W. 7 00, 7'2i), 7.10." 800, 830, 800, 930, 1000, 1030and U |0 p. 111. ?\>K MOINT VKRNON. l.ea>e Alci-indria for Mount Vernon, week daya, at 545, 858, 7 66, sm, 1026, ,, -,:1. ,n..l2i'.. 125, 225,330. 140, 586, C 50 -'? lo.? nnd 11 50 p. m. sun ? ':41- ll''?'-'? H30 a. ?,..lj :?;,-, i . 1 :w. 5 30. 6 30, 7 30, - 16 and 10 1<> p- ni. _ Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. GROCERIES, PROYISIONB, WOOD, IL, I.IMK. (EAIENT, TERRA OOTTA SEWER PIPE, NAILS. QLA8S, PAINT8 AND OIL. Ivory Wall Plaster nantity 01 new ?nd secoi ?r and seeond-liaml l.riek 1 WM. H. PECK. A large quantlty oi new ?nd seeoud aand lucftbor and Beoond-band i>rick for sale eheap. Mra_aa_a daii.y and tki-wkkki,t at OACTTTE BUILDINO, 310 and 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entored atthe Postofflce of Alexandria, Virginia, as second-class matter.] Tkums: Daily-1 vear, fo.00; 0 months. 12.00; 3 montbs, $1.2-5: 1 month,43 eents l wpek. 10 eents. Tri-weekly ?1 year, $3.00: C months 81.50: 9 months. fc eents; 1 mouth, 2B pents. , ,, , ''ontraet advertisers will not be alloweu to exeeesl their space unlesfi theexcess Is paid for at transient ratcs, and under nocireuinsuincps will thpy be allowo.l to advertise other than their legitt mate business in the space contnute.i Resolutions in nipinoriam, of thanks tritnrteaofrespeet, rpsolutionsadoptp.i bv soeletlesor persons.unlessof punlip conc-pni. will he printed in the pap.o asadvcrt-isenients. _ FRIGHTFCL RAILROAD ACI I DENT. Thirty-seven persons were killed and from 10 to 2? injured in a eolli sion on the Illinois Traction system, two miles north of Staunton, Illinois, late yesterday. Three of tbe injured and possibly more are not expected to survive. The pollision ocourred bptwpen a loeal train, northl>ound, and an px pursion train headed toward St. Louis and loaded with passeugers on their way to view the parade of the Veiled Propbeta at Bt Louk The acident, it i- aaid, was due entirely to the dis ragard of orders by tlie crew of tl.e loeal. Tho loeal train had orders lo the BOUthbound train at Staunton. The latter train was riinniug in two MOtlona and the orders given to tbe loeal were that i( should pass hoth spction- ..f tbe soiithhound train at Staunton. The tirst seetion had pas sed wh.ii tl.e crew of the loeal pulled mi! oa Ihe main track, beefflen ol tbe second seetion. and start.d nort!i. At B sharp turn. called Dickersoii 0?irve, two n.ilcs north of Staunton, the two trains eanio together in a splin tpring prash. Iiiekeison's Curve is at the bottoru of , decline both from the north- an.l from the south. The loeal train and the sec.nd seetion of the cx.ursion traii. were bolh <>n the down graQ> and moving at a ipeed <>f 40 n.ilcs an hour when they niet. Th" col lision occurred right at tl.e bottom ol the double inoline and at tl.e aharpeal pa.t of tbe curve, The ears were BO close that it was im poetible for either of them to stop or slow down. The erews werp ahle to do nothing exeapl aa) the bsaak an.l jump for tht'ir livps. The c.ew of the loeal and the crew of the special leaped as ?oon asthey saw thecollision was inpvi lal.le, and all four . ,-eaped without *e rious injury. They were handly shaken up, hu* were able to lpn.1 aatetaoce to tbe in? jured. None ofthe paeaangoea had a chance for safcty as the prash between tbe ears followed immediately tbe criea of narning issued by tbe oonductora and motormen as tbe jumped from tbe trains. Tho two ears came together with sticl. awful force tliat they werp not only telcscoped. bul they were actually l.at ted out of all semblance to their original shape. They were simply a maaa of splintetcd wood and twistcd ir..n and ste.el, eiglit feet high. ln this pile ofwreckage, Ihe dead and woundeif were tlung in every eonceivable position and every iniaginable form of niultila tion. Bome of the bediea of the dead were actually torn apart and itreami of blood tiowed down thp dphris in a dozen places. It is in time of sudden niishap or ac cident that Chambcrlain's Linin.ei.t cu be relied upon to take tbe place of the family doctor, who eannot always be found at the moment. Then it is that Obamberlain'l Liniment is never found wanting. In ca.-es of sprains, cuts, wouudsand hruises ( haniherlain's Liniment tahea out the aoreaeoa and drives away tbe pain. Sold by W. F. Creighton and Riehard Uibson. I Itl.l.n o\ DIWintM LAW. Katherinc Botti. a girl of only 13 years. who sIpw her godfather with an axe and a red-hot poker in avenging his theft of her honor, was cleared of criininal charges in Pittaburg. Pa , late yesterday on the ground that the homi cide was justiliable. Judge John M. Swearingen, in oharging the jurors after a two-days recital of testimony, upheld the unwritten law. The giri had forced the trial with confidence that her act was warranted, but she went to her home yesterday evpning frpe but to faee motherhood soon. l'as.iuale Volpe, an Italian, who had boarded at her home in Wilmerding cv.t since the girl's infancy and who acted as h.r godfather, WM the victim. While she was in the eellar getting a sack of potatoes he is alleged to have abused her, and on August 11 last, fol? lowing which she struck him uncon scious with an axe and ran a pokpr through his body. Shp relatpd lu-r stoiy on the stand. "He bad burned my heart," she said. "and I wanted to burn his." A number. of nruaeaaea testiiie.l to the girl's good character, to her gtudious babrta in school and hard workat home helping her mother. Although the girl had been indicted for first degree murder, the prosecution had not pressed for a conviction entail ing so severe a penalty. Attorney Rou and mprely urged that the ehild be placed in an institution, but the girl's counsel dramatically deruanded ' 'liberty or death." Judge Swearingen's charge was that if YoliH' went to the eellar with exprpss purpose to ponimit an abuse against |ba girl, the ehild had a right to kill bim. BOY COMMBMB. ARAOX. Angry beoause be could not get off to go to Camden, it is charged thatGoorgc Bloomfield, a bound boy on the farm of Mrs. En.ilv Slaughter, two nui. - of Dover. Del., set fire to the place to ward nightfall, yesterday. Everythmg being pxcpptionally dry, the farm huildings were soon a BMHBlof llames. The boy, then pemtent, went to Mrs. Slaughter and told her Iip had taken B box from tbe kitchen and amatdi from the safe and made a iiro in the stabl.v Mrs. Slaughter scieanud for help and rushed to tho barn. but opened the door of the oon stahle, from which burst a (lamc which set lire to her clothing, al niost suffocating her. A niece of Mrs. Slaughter had followed her, and aeizing the burning woman and slamming tho door at the same timo, saved her au.it from des'riiction. The woman frantie aliy ran around the building, sccking some avenup of pscape for thne line horses whiph werp tnoaning and n>a-t ing alive. All the buildings, wheat, fertilizer and one hog were destroyed, and the house was threatcned. Ely's Cream Balm has bepn tried and not found wan ting in thousands or homes all over thp country. It has won a place in the fainiU medicineelo.-et among tbe rpliahlp housphold rpmedics where it is keptat hand for use in treating pold in the head just as soon as some member of the household begins the j.iehminary meesing or anufflrog. it glvea Imme .liaie relief and a day or two's treatment will puta slop to a pold whieb inight. U not cheeked. I.ecomo ehronic and run intoa bad case ofeatarrh. Itl HIEl) ALI\ I.. Within two feet of where Cohtractor i.'ash l..-t his life hy B cave-in of a sand pit a week ago, former Pobce* man Frank Russell, ol Dover, Del . was l.uried alive yesterday evening. just before 6 o'cloek. Ruseell, who had taken a contract to haul -and from the fatal pit alonj-side <>f St. Johns river, was digging in the same place where Rlah waa caugbt and suffocated and crushed. Kus-ell never h.-.d a chnncp, as the whole cmbank ment came over on bim, burjrmg him t.. a .1 pth of twelve feet. Buaaell would have been left in his toinh. hut a i.veiy.i.an, whosc cari BuBBell was nsing, beeauae anxfoui al.out him. A searching party was fonned. and Russell'a body was linally dng out. < HOI.KIt A at KBH YORK. The steamship Sant' Anna, from French and Italian ports. now detain.d at quarantine at New York, had a C8M of eholera aboard. ' Tl.e \ictim. a man iii tlieeteerage, died oo Beptember 25 and was buried at sea. Two otl.er casps of iiitestinal trouble are under f.hservation. Meanwbile tbe Bant1 Anna. carrying 224 tirst cabin passenger.-. some of them prominent Americana, and 1,072 in tl.e ateerage, is beW aa a possible "eholera carrier," pending further inv.-tiga tion. In addition to the Sant' Anna, the health ofneer has as a precaution, de tained at .piarantinc the steamship Moltke. from Cenoa and Xaples, and Virginia from NTaplea Today he will hold a confereiicc with Dr. Waltei Weymati, surgeoii general of the United Statcs Marine Hoapital Service. Together they will map out a campaign of proteetion. Dr. Doty.the health oHiccr. disclo- - the fact that not only that a eholera patient died ahoard the Sant' Anna, hut that a stcerage passenger, a ".-ns picious case" lpinovcd from the steam? ship Germania on Beptember -''., lubeeqnentlv died on Bwinbarne I land. Examination indicated, says Dr. Doty, that this also was a eholera case. Puhlic institutions for inebriates were advocated hy the International Prison Congre.-s in Washington yesterday. Experimenta conductcd in several coun tries during the past 10 years have demonstrated the succcss of establish ments of this character and the OOaV gre3s at yesterday's session placfed itself on record as favoring their extension. Dr. Harry Thurston Pcck one of the foremost Latin scholars in the world, named as defendant in a $100, 000 breach of proniise suit brought hy Batber Quinn, of lioston.was dismiss pd as Anthon professor of Latin lan guages and literature by the trustees of Colunibia University, Xew York, yes? terday afternoon. The dismissal grew directly out of Miss Quinn'ssuit and subsciuent dcvelopments which in volved Dr. Peck in a controversy with President Butler, of tho university. Take Advantage of Clearance Sale of Go-Carts, Carriages $4.15 foran all metal col lapaable Qo-Oart, Regu? lar 10.50 value. $12.50 for English Car? riages. Leather Cloth Lined Hood, $18.60 value. 118.50 for English Car? riages, Ix-ather Cloth Lined Hood, $25 value. AWEEK Buys lEe FREE This is the mach;::' invented by Wm. C. Frec of Chieago,? the machine which you have read so much about in the magaxinca? the machine which has a score of altogether new improvements?and the machine which is sold at a priee so much lower than you are accustomed to pay for the highest grade sewing machine, that if we told you what the priee was, it would prejudice you against the ma? chine. We insist on showing you the machine and its points of su periority before tetling you what a bargain it rcally is. And to eive you a better chance sriH of ftndtng out for yourself how perfect it is, and to .how you our absolute conhdeooe in The FREE, we .want you to give it Inyour Home 30DaysTrial Try this machine-test it-eew with lt on all kinds of rnaterial-if you then are not entirely satisfied-if you t -e not convinced that it is the best machine you have ev.r ?'?wedon-themMt improved -the most up-to-date?if the low priee does not convince you that ih=? is the biRgest bargain you have ever bought return the machine to us and wa will refund your deposit to that the tnal wi? not cost you a cent. You kasaal M* iit* how M will mt?i* you i?4 So- dcllaktea- you will bt .o kiti.11 *?"??_*___ K?d m H I rt 10 day.. W. know .... you would .tr.r *l-k ol pirtmi with n. Ufea 'I ????""? you will biin aliutterofeJulMmeniiad.ntbu.iaM. aboul ih( many B?w in.tntMn. o. Th? l-REE Our oiilr reiwn lor |i?i M 1 "u th!. l.ir Irlil olltr. I. bocaute w. wanl you lo htrt il S? dJT?. ?loirt ihe rej| baiuly ol iu Kwnch Iu d??lta and du.ilen jipanninr ?lo noilct ;h?i ihe "RotoKillo" mov?mt?i, wkick took Mr. Fre? 5 yeara ?? l?-?M. oiakM Tb? FREE Imti Ihin ibe fa.te.t ro ury and .impler Ihin iht timrlcit .hutilt ?achine. ?lo Itt yonr fwt ?nd oul ihic ln I mi ol B?ll r>.armnha?t-ialtThe ft.ll Iha lifhltil i.nni-.MwIai ?ackint ia Ikt world. -i? lairn ih? ?alut ol a Rotary Si?ol Fi?. ? Shuttle Firctni. an Impro?a4 Head t.arck, a S^uara Vttl. an Auiooialic Tkrtid Cooiioiltr, Auiornanc Lockinf Urawtn. and acoraa ot olber :ro?ro?fmenu. Come Tomorrow and See TBe FREE and take it home with you for a month'i trial Griffin Furniture Co., Inc. 810-812 K.'r.g Strset. When you take into consideration all the hitfh-class. completed. full city improvements in ROSEMONT ____^_?????????-.?-? The nineteen completed handsome homes and two more to be built at once: also the further facts that a number of lota are ?old. which have not yet been built upon. leavintf but three un sold lots on one side of Rosemont Avenue. throughout it$ entire lentfth. the question of the permanent. and absolute suc<**?? of the property as a hiflh-class residencescction is settleJ *? id any possible doubt. Now is the Time To get one of the few handsome. comfortable homes yet unsold. and livc comfortably thia winter. I will be glad to ahow you these houses at your conveniencc. F. L. Slaymaker, 313iKlng Street. THE ROSEMONT MAN. -(. I.oTll!'. r-,\\ I.. Take notiee tliat ? 00 Saturday. 28th day of Oetober, 1910 between tbe houraoften o'cloek a. ni. and six o'eloek p. m.. al tbe oltiee of Prederlek P. Roaaell, III north Fairfax atreet, in tbe city of Alexandria, \a..I shail proeeed to take the teatimonv pl Qllbert W. Oave and otbera to !?? read ln niv bebalf in a eertain suit in equltv now pendlng ln tbe Corporation courtor midoitv in whieh vou are defendant ,and I am eomplainant. and if the takin^'ol tbe teatimoojr be not iiogun or if begun be not oomjweted on that day. then tho takinj,' ofthe BUneabaU h.uitinuod from ttnte to time and from plaee to plaee until the ame shall have heen completed. OILBERT W. CAVE. Allidavit having been made in thia aauae that the defendant. LotUe Oave, ia not a resident of tlie Btate of Virginia. it U ordered that the foregolng notieo be Inaertod in tbe AJexiindna t.azette. a new paper pnbllabed ln the Citv of Alex? andria, Virginia, onco .t week fjr four auceeasive m ? Teste: ? HSVELL B. ('.UF.F.NAW A^ . l lork of the Corporation Court sepgi w4w-thu NOTICE. From now on we will have Napoleons. Turnovers. Cho colate Eclairs. Cream Puffs fresh daily. and all sorta of Coffee Cake on Saturdays. HDT fVH 615 King BOTH PHONES. ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholosale and Retall Dealers (n Ice. Carload Lots and Country Ordera a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata ble/clear as crystaL OFFICE f'ameron and Union streets, Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51. JyH tf piftvyeat AS OLD NURSE. Mrs. Winslowa Soothing Syrup is the preacriptlon of one of the beat female phyaioians and nuraes in the United States, and haa been used for flfty years with never-failing aucceaa by milliona oi i niothera for their ehildren. It rellevea the child from paln, eurea diarrhoea, priping in the bowela, and wind collo. hy glving health to tbe oblld It rests tbe moth er. Twenty-flve oenta a bottle, To Enjoy Walking TRY A PAIR OF Katz's E. Z. Shoes KATZ'S, 400 KING ST. Corner King and Royal Streets Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial & Savings Departments on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction. OFFICERS Judge C. E. Nicol, President. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Detailscare fully attended to for all. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings Department. KRYPTOK lthoutune?^ in the Lens Having purchased an interest in the Columbia Optical Co., Inc. 9C8 F St., N. W. (South Side) Washington, D. C. Solicit Your Patronage W. E. DlENELT, Optician. Alexii!idriaOmcc,.MI lYince street after 7:00 p. m. scpa- 2m_______ Sundays by appoiiitnient Special for This Week Only. Opaque Window Shades ln all colors. Our Regular 25c Window Shades this week only 18c with fixtures. Women's latest style Handbags, good value at 50c, this week 25c. If this bag can be bought any where for less than 50c bring ours back and get your money back. We guaranteeyou a 50c Handbag for 25c, this week only Window Shades made to order. Any size, style or quality. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Pure Food Store. Refreshing Drinks Puritan Grape Juice, 15c and 25c bottle. Virginia Claret, 25c bottle. Hof brau Beer. ?1.25 per caae 24 bottlea. Call. phone, or write. |St. Aaaph and Oronoco Streets. School Books and School Supplies of all kinds, ? large line to aelect from. Bring us your list and we will fill same at loweat prices. A fine lot of aecond-hand booka nows on hand. S-F?)yson&BrOw BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS 508 KING STREET. Next to Onera Hojutao._ Greatly HedttrH Farea ViaSouthern Railway from Washington. I) C.,and prineipal Virginia pointa to New Orleans. La.. Oetober 11,!_ and 13, account national rhamplonahip garaes A A. U. of America; final retum limit Oetober 35,1010. Call on nearest agent orwrtte L. S. Brown. Oeneral Agent, 7'J6 Fifteenth atreet north weat. Waab? ington. D. C, for full particuiara. FINE Granulated Sugar 512 Cents G. Wm. RAMSAY. 10CASES U. S. CLUB Ginger Ale G,Wm. RAMSAY. BABBITT'S Best Soap 6 CAKES FOR 25 Cents G. WM. RAMSAY. New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. Samuel II. I.uni, Anetlbneen BV viR'ITKoF A DECRF.KOF TI1I-. Corporation Court oftheclty of Alex? andria, entered on the l">lh d:iy of Sep tember, 1910, In the eli;ineer.v oaUSB ol Richard A. i.ray. who suc*. ete., vs. the unknowii heirs'of Thomas Johnsou. tli - naaaart. thn Underalgned eommlaalonen of sale. appointed \>y the said deeree, will offer for anle :tt pablleauotion at the Royal atreet eatraoee of the Market Building of the eity of Alezaadria, vir? ginia; on BATURDAY, THE aTH I'AV OF OCTOBER, 1810, at twelve o'elock ni., the following real eatate, aituate in tbeeitj <>t' Alexandrin, Virginia, andbounded and deaerlliea aa t'ollows: Beginnlng on tln. weal udeol l airfax street Bfteen feet nine and one-half Inehes souttt ofGtbboa atreet and run uing thence westund pnrallel with <?>! bon street aeventy-flve fret to an allej ill leetfive inehes wide: thenee south onaajdalley Ofteen Feet nine and on. balfInehea; thenee eaatln a dlreet line seventy-five feet to I'airl'ax street. aud tbenee north on Fairl'ax atreet t<> Ihe bt ginning, with all tbe appurtenanaaa, with the ImprovamenU thereon. Terma of aaie- One-thlrd caahana the roaidue in twoeaoal InahUlmentaat si\ and twelve months Irom the date ofsale. avideneed by the purenaaer'a Inu bearlng notaa; title to ba retained until tbe nurobaae priee ia paid iH.Cdl.ASS KTCART, ROBINSON MONClRE. sami. O. BRENT, Commlaaioners of Sale. I rertifv that the hond re<|iiired ol ?amIG. Itreiil M eommissioie r of ^ih? in tlie aliovr causebaa been executed b> him with Buretj approved by me. Teate: NEVELL H. OREENAWAY. sep.l td ' l?rk PUBLIC 6ALT IJnv .? *old inv farm, Wuiidley." U .uilesfrotn Alexandria. and having tO jrive immediate rjOeaeaaion, I will sell on TUESDAY, lllh day of Oetober, if BUT, if not, tbe lirst fair ibiy thereafter. the (bilowingerticlea: Hotueboldand kiteh en furniture. farm implemeiits. boraea, oowa, ehiekena, boga. corn, bay.Ae, Terma on day of aaaa. aep WO1 w JAS. M. RIXF.Y, Agent. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. K. Corner Cameron and Royal Streets. WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commiaaion Mer.hanta and dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand GIbeon'a XX, XXX, XXXX and I'tiro Old Rye. < Hd Cabinet and Monogram Whiskies; alao llaker'a and Thompson'a Pure Rya Whiakiea. to whieh they invite the attention of tho trade. Orders from the country for merchan? dise shall receive prompt attention. Consignmenta of Flour. Orain and Country Produee aolielted, for wbich tboy cuarantee the highest market prices and prompt returna_ OTVIKG* iiualified aa ad"mfnistratrix tl ofthe esUteofFREDERICK KICII KRKR.dweaaedall personsto whoni said estate is indebted will pleaac preaent their aeeounts to the underalgned, prop? erty certified for payment.and all persons indebted to said estate are reqaeeUdto makn prompt aettlementofthe aanae. GRACE li. KICHERER, 723 Uibbon Street. Alexandria, Va. aepffllOt _ Leadbcater'a guaranteed Cherrv Cough Remedy to cure cougha. We don't say oryour money back, uecauae there a no ueed. lt cure*: iao.bottie.