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VOLUME CIX.~NO.2H7.
I^Sm-I^vX^^^
PRICE 2 CENTS
DRY GOODS.
\e^$e CATARRH
Ely's Cream Balm
ls quickly absorbed.
Gi?ea Relief at Once.
It cleanse*, ie
ll'aU Hill !
the dleeeaea menu
hr-infr-siiltinfrfrom
C -M.rh and drives
away a Cold in the
Bead quickly. lt-If AV* CCMCD
stores tho Senses of Ifni I bf til
Taste hi. 1 Sn.. Ii. Pull tize 50 ct-*., stDng
gists or by maiL lu liquid form, 75 et ult.
Ely Brothers, .VI Warrou Street. New York
DRY GOOI'-i
lill keilli" Ol
Lace
Curtains
White Nottingham Lace
Curtains, 3J? yards long;
$_.00 value, at $1.49.
Net Lace Curtains, V/%
yards long; $5.00 value,
at $3.98.
Nottingham Lace Curtains.
$1.50 value, at_$l. 19.
Nottingham Lace Curtains,
full 3 yards long, at 98c.
AND SONS,
316 King Street.
BELL'PHONE. HOME'PHONE
FOR SALE
CENTRAL LOCATION.
Eight 'rooms and bath,
side alley, good lot, well
built $3,250. Easy terms.
Quick if you want it.
ROBT. ELLIOTT,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
IJ7 South Royal Street.
novl8 tf
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
In or 'at io settle an estate, the underpinned
cn_*?is*ion*n will sell at private *alr the
following valuable property, situsted in the
i irv sf Al<*-an.lria. Vu., tn wit :
That two story BRU K HOUSE at Ko. 322
aouth WHahinetin strei-t, rontaininK seven
(7) rooina sad bath with lame yard ands
eeM trick nable. lt ia a tine property for
either residert al or investment1 purposes.
reasonable.
CHABL*_ I. SIMM-,
LEWIS H. 1IACHBN,
?o?l 9 ?w IIS Klug atnet.
RICHARD ..WATTLES
M AM FACTl KKK 'fiW
FERTILIZERS
:es: 115-117 N. BOTA& ST.
Dealer la Hardware,Paints, Agri?
cultural Implement**, Vehicles,
Harness, Field and Garden Seeds.
WARI TH INION RTRKKT, ON
hm ol KM Tin.KN railway.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw and
AU Kinds of Mill Feed.
Will aUayakeepin store the bi jheat gndes
l articles, r.. vVtai
FORRENT\~
Possession given ai o?ce.
A'.ao a roe a frame. 1500
6 rams I rick. iynt)
iu gool Kider.
KOBF.RT ELI IOTT,
Roel Em lie Anani
ssH.ta* Vii ?vttth Boya! stmt.
[Entered st the Poatoffioe of Alexandria, Vlr
ginia, a* aeoond-olas* matter. 1_ _
THE ELECTRIO METER.
To the Editor of the Alexandria Gazette.
A few retcarks relative to tbe electric
meter woold be acceptable to those who
bave thc sa devices installed in their
homea lind pla xs of business for illumi?
nation nod power purposes st this t rae
of the yr ar, when daylight ia aborter
with the consequent increased me'er bill.
Tbe electric aa't-meter installed by tbe
kcal illuminating company ia of tbe
Westinghouse or Foit Wayne type which
measure the current consumption in the
kllo-walt*.
A small meter mounted oo a jewel nit*
oates the dial pointers by m-ms of a
ti sin of gesra. The motor ia in circuit
with the la mps (load) and revolves at
apeed proportionate with tbe currant
being used, Thia motor is calculated st
the factory to measure an sbaolnt? known
load by atsndsrd instruments (ried by a
chronometer atop na'ch toraucb periods
ot teat and calculated to one I ill ol one
per cent in accorscy.
When the mtier ls instilled the local
company also oakes s teat for accurscy.
II only one Ump is turned on the dial
will barely move but will increase io
apeed with every addi ional lamp turned
on. A meter will tnd tai be a check;
the dial ahows st any time the act a
smountconsumed. This bung so it ia'esey
to compare the smouct pud monthly in
dollars snd cents a*g check against what
is considered exhorbitant bill*.
The rate lor illumstion being 7 cents
per kilo-wstihour. The kilo wsU is
the electric unit of cara ri y, and ia tbe
product nf tbe volt amperes, toe volta re
being tbe pressure aid the amperea be?
ing tbe il jw or load. One kilo sat', be?
iog eqasl to one tboussnd watts ne
electric generstor being cl s MT all wat
Capacity a ordinary sixteen tai ile power
lamp using fifty-six watts each tour.
A few simple rules to rea 1 the wsttmeter.
resd frcm light to left settii g down the
figures aa rend, read the ti^ur.s on esch
dial which tai been last *ased, or ia
j-tat covered by tbe pointer Each dial
i (a ding depeode on the rt adirg of the ooe
text to it oo the right. Unless the one
before it bas completed a revolution, or
i* sed theesro, tbe pointer which is be
ing rial has not completed the division
upon which it tray appear to rest, and
?till indict ea tbe figure laat paaaed.
The comBuiner can subtract from the
present nailing the reading of la*
month, multiply tbe d ri.-renee in kilo
watt hours (readinp) by seren cents the
ra e in this city, and you Lave the
amount of tbe preeeot bill io dollars
aod cents.
If the above remarks sro applied a
few tlmee, the consumer caa become
familiar ai th hie illuminating expense,
snd set accordingly. A satitued coo
sumer ia a valuable aitet to tbe local
electric company and I am aura tia'
they will at any time instruct tbe con?
sumer in the?e readings so aa to el mi?
nute soy diam tiafaction. Tbe conaumer
must bear in mind that ths motor In the
meter will record all current being oaed,
no matter how email the candle
power of the lamp beiog used.
Some people lt ave the Ump turned on
forgetting to switch out the light, but
tho meter records faithfully. The
wattmeter ls a recognized standard in?
strument of precision, ia uaed by tbe U.
8. government in all laboratory tent*.
Tbe meter ls the only just equitable
manner of Belling the electric cuireot
with justice to tbe conaumer aid the
electric company at pre-dttermined
ratea.
If the above remarks are not e'ear to
Any of oor cit'/.'na, the writer will give
indlvudial inatruction in cine.
Jons H. Li OTB,
You eau cure dyspepsia, indigestion, sour
or weak stomach, or in fact any form of stom
sch trouble if you will take Kodol occa?
sionally. Try it today on our guarantee.
We know what it will do lor jon. Sold by
W. F. Creighton k Co.
"LEGAL!ZED" LYNOHIK'*
Tipton ville, Tenn., bordering on Reel
Foot Lake, which recently hss been the
scene ol many stirring incident*, y eater
day witnessed the "legalized'' lynching
of three negroes who were arrest?d fia.
ter5nv morning for murdering on Satur?
day !?pec'al D*pnty Sheri! Richard
Il .irrara sad wounding John Hall, a
deputy sheri tl.
Tbe execution of the negroes waa
given a semblance of legality by a hur?
ried "tr a!" arranged with the under?
standing that the men wonld be con?
demned to death as soon as the "trial"
aaa over.
The negroes lynched were Marah al],
Edward and James > inebsck. They
were caplnred y'at'rday morning and
placed io jail at Tiptonville.
At the "trial" all of the evidence of
those wbo hsd seen (he killing waa
heard, tnd in an incredibly short time
the "case" waa given to the "jury,"
which In a few minntes "returned a ver?
dict of guilty" and"fixed the penalty at
death."
Ihe "lenience" had barely been
passed on the three negroes, wheo the
mob, with a whoop and yell, swarmed
into the courtroom seized the prisoners,
rushed them to a Urge tree near the
edge of the town aod "duly executed
the sentence of drath "by banging them,
firing volley after volley into the air
ss the bodies were drawn up from the
earth._
Dewitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills an un
equaled in rates of weak back, backache, in?
flammation of thc bladder, rheumatic pains
Antiseptic and act promptly. Sold by W.
F. Creighton k Co.
?i rn i
i?uick climatic changes try strong
ccn.titutions and cause, among other nula,
nasal catarrh, a troubles? e and ofleusi t
(linea* e. Sneezing and tuoffling. cough
ing and difficult breathing, and tho drip, drip
of the foul discharge into the throat?all are
ended by Ely's Cream Balm. Thia hoar-.*,
remedy coutsins no cocaine, mercury nor
other harmful ingredient. The wont cases
yield to treatment in a short time. All drug
Sis**. SO?, or mailed bv Ely Brea., 66 Warren
treet, Ksw York,
Golden*-* Company's
MILKFED POULTRY
IS NOW SERVED DAILY
^ AT HUNDREDS OF THE
BEST-SUPPLIED TABLES.
ALTHOUGH but recently placed on the market
MILK-FED POULTRY is already firmly es?
tablished in public favor. Every day sees a
-^substantial increase in the demand for this su?
perior article of food.
MILK-FED POULTRY is especially enjoyed by those who appreciate and demand something
above the ordinary. In preparing this poultry for killing every precaution is exercised to bring it
to a state of ABSOLUTE PERFECTION as regards HEALTH, CLEANLINESS, TENDERNESS
and FLAVOR.
i
For Your Thanksgiving Dinner
?nothing could prove more thoroughly enjoyable than Milk-Fed Poultry. Ask your
dealer for it and be sure to look for our METAL SEAL OF QUALITY on the fowl's
leg; none genuine without this seal.
The following dealers in high-class edibles sell and recommend
Golden & Company's Milk-Fed Poultry:
SYLVAN BLONDHEIM, CITY MARKET, AvfifoA.5fiIA'
J. /W. PETTIT, 723 KING STREET, ai'kxan,,T,i*g,v, v
?{* s-t.?..?.?->.a-.t-?->>?-?*?*S^-??M**?-?l?*?'?'?i*('
Golden & Company
WHOLESALERS ONLY,
922-928 Louisiana Avenue
WASHINGTON, D.C.
KYANIZE
FLOOR FINISH
ls marie in seven beautiful color* be
natural or clear. These colors ar.- ail
durable and will stan I water, hard
and heavy shoes; same as the clear, lt's
all the same quality, ti snd la ts.
Is made to walk on, but i; suitable for
all inside work as well us doors. Booklet
and Color Card Free.
E. S. LEADBEATER & SONS, AGENTS.
THE PURR KOOH WTOI'K
Midland
Turkeys.
These turkeys are from
the same people that have
made famous our
Midland Butter.
Call, 'phone or write.
ooo
Edward Quinn & Sons,
Cor. St. A mph Mid Oronrco Stree'*.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
PfM sample boltlea of I ur
nittire Polish at.
M. Ruben & Sons.
Furniture Polish
Special Prices on
Nonpareil Furniture
POLISH.
25c for regular 35c bottle.
15c for regular 20c "
NONPAREIL POLISH
Makes furniture look like
new.
m. ruben! sons,
601 KING STREET.
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NEW HUMBY ORITS iu?t receive' hy
J. C.. MII.KCRN. *
'FLORIDA OE.KOTs. sane; j>t r?<viv;
?d br J. C. M1LBL'RK._i
real estate.
FOR RENT.
?1>l B ffMbinfrti rr fir $16 00
tn 8. Wa'hintni.n (ir 16.00
S?a lairi.k, 7r 10.00
llb s. 'loyal, lr 20.CO
114 Wolfe, Hr sro
"Kramer Cottage" 7r 15.(0
800 H. Alfred (store) 1S.00
103 Prince. 6r <i "JO
?iii King (office 'Jr 20.00
OS S. Patrick. 5r
629 S. Patrick. n\ 7.(0
IM Prince, 7r 11.00
Fist No. 1 (Colonial i 6r 22 fO
Plat No. 2, " 5r 22.(0
Flat No. 2, 113 8. Lee, 5r 4.">)
809 Madison Pr 6 50
S3** V. Ha. Aaapb, 7r Ij.CO
3.">5 b. Patrick, 6r 10.00
Flat No. 2, 216 Prince, 10.00
" No. 4, " " HM
" No. b. " " 5.00
- No. 3. " " 1.00
1.112 Princess, 6r 12.U0
1522 Kin?, fir 5.00
608 N. Columbus, ti* 7.00
510 " '? 6r 7.00
Flat No. 1,506 King, fir . 7.50
M. B. Harlow
& Co., Inc.,
Ill Sooth fairfax Street,
Alexaadria. Va
1 CHEERFULLY recommend the custom?
er* of tbe larc Cbriitopher Lyle*, to hi*
brother. Edgar 1 ylr-s, boot and shoemaker.
116 swth St. Asaph atreet.
Mra. CHRIS, LYLES.
Edgar Lv les
Respectfully aeliciu a ahare of jour patron
age. 116 sooth Asaph 'treet. All work
naarantaed. Repairing naatly dona,
novlfi lm
PERfECTlON
PERFECTION
on earth is an unknown quan
tity, but the vehicles we han?
dle come as near being per
feet as human ingenuity and
skillful workmanship can
make them; an'l when you
go driving in a carnage pur?
chased from us you are sure
not to have your pleasure
marred by accident Let us
show you the latest styles.
We have them, and the prices
are within reach of all.
nYERS~BROTHERS,
115 North Pitt Street
REMEMBER
Today is the time to
think as to wheiher
you are getting all
that your money's
worth no matter
what you buy.
DECEPTION
Is practiced in all
matters in business
by some people.
TRADE WITH
Men in whom you
have implicit con?
fidence.
If you want Whis?
ky let us submit you
the real goods and
our prices on same.
Quart. Callon.
Albemarle Club 75c $3 00
Silver Brook - 75c $3.00
Keystone - - 65c $2.60
Forest Lawn - 65c $2 50
These goods can be secured in
pints and half pints.
J0ELJH.C0CHRAN&C0
Royal and Ca_er>.i Bte., Alexandria, Va.
NEW CONKOlSbRI'H CLUSTER RAIS?
INS and New Layer Figs jn?t received by
I C, MILBURN.
REAL ESTATE.
For Rent
FOR RENT.?Furnished, nearly new, two
story brick dwelling No. 411
north Columbus street, con?
taining six rooms and bath;
rewly papered throughout.
Posiesiiop December 1,1908.
FOR RENT.?Desirable three-story brick
dwelling No. HO south Pitt
htreet, corner Prince street,
containing eight rooms and
bath. Possession November
16, 190*.
FOR BENT.?No. 1611 Duke street extend?
ed, eight now frame dwelling;
with nearly an acre of land;
stable in rear.
For Sale.
FOR KALE.?Three tine building l'ts on
north Columbua street (<-ourt
hourn square) between Oueen
and Pi-faces*. Each lot ha* a
frontage of 20 feet by a depth
of U0 feet to au alley,
FOR HALE.?Two Cue building lots on
Monnt Vernon avoniiK, io Brad?
dock Heights; well located for
an ideil home.
FOR SALE.?Several tia* building lots on
the east aide of south Alfnd
s-tree'. lurtwefu Wolfe aud
Vt ilkea street?, which can be
purchased on reasonable tarma.
FOR SALE.?Three-story brick dwelling
No. 213 south Boyal street, <-on
tainiog eleven rooms and bath;
splendid condition.
FOR SALE.-Store and dwelling No. 1116
Kiug airest, contaicing ten
rooms and store room. A good
Iof uion for a business of any
kind.
For price and terms apply to
o-c-e-o
Room 3, Alexandria Nat'l Bank Bldg.
King and Royal Streets.
Bell ?Phone'm Capitol City 'Phone 124
WlEFTELD
JPure Rye.
Best Medicinal Whisky.
$1.00 PER QUART
LOWENBACH BROS.,
The Family Liquor Store,
KINO AND ALFRED STREETS.
No Ear._Both Phone*'
R. F. DOWNHAM.
< OP.N'KB KINO AXI? PAY**fc ^TliF.K-n:.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
and Liquors.
Home dressed Chickens, per lb
Live Chickens. 15c
Turkeys. . 19c
Fre.h Country Egg., guaranteed, per doz. 33o
no VJ 4 2m
? '~
Nickie's Gtalr Ton'c is the remedy for
dandiufl- anbali scalp disease*. It io all right,
36c, 50c aad $1.00 bottles.
E 3. LSlDBSim k -J0S3,
Bell 'Phone. Home 'Phone
Swan Bros.
King and Pitt Sts;
Special Remnant Sale
Wednesday and Thursday.
On account of store dieing at noon Thurs?
day. Thankagivitg Day, we oller a very
spacial Kt ninant Sala ou Wednc-d.iy tint
until noon Thursday, Th** very best rem?
nant bargain- cf the fea-.ii will b? fouud
hereon Wednesday aud 1 hun?day.
Ona ladle*'$D.9s ahort tan coat, siae
34. We tuesday aud Thursday ouly, Ic.T'S
Ow lalUV $0.54 short tm coat, size
AS- VVeduet-dav and Thursdav oily... fi'js
Three ladle* |5,9S short tan coat... Wtd
needay aad Thursday only.$2.75
Two ladies' short $4.60 blaoit coat*.
al se* 40 and 42. Wednesday and
Thursday only.$2.49
Six ladiis' 1'uig $'.5jc<*U, sises 34, "6.
Ah, td. Wedteanay and Thunday
only .HJMft
Twoladie.' nd $11.50 suit,, uses A'i
and M< Wednesday and Thursdav
only, ca*.h. $6.08
One fi.bO tidies a npei dre*** _ir\
We tree lay au! Tnu?day only, em li $l.9tJ
Twelve l'rge 76c chen ile Uble coven.
Wednesday aud Thurs lav only. t9o
Ten doreen chitdrtn's winter weight
veots and pint*,; sizci 16 mid 18. I2jc
aid 15* quality. Wednesday and
Thursday on y, each. 8c
Five doz*u colored velvet sslrt bind?
ing. WHntsday and Thursday ouly,
each. 5c
Two bali?' $146 eiderdown eoata,
nii'ed. Wednesday aud Tharsday
rnly. yard. 49a
Six n.isa*>a'all-worl fl 00 blouse sweat?
er*. Wednesday and Thursday only,
each. 750
One du^n lartn'-t' Jl.00 wool waiMs, size
32 aod 31. Wednesday an 1 Thurs?
day ouly, each. 49c
Five doten he vy $1.00 comfort* Wed?
nesday and Thuraday ouly, each. 8!*0
Five donen orib bUnketa. Wtdne*
day and Thursday oaly.each. 25o
Five docea 10c brass extenaion roux.
We1ne*day aad Thursday only, fach 7c
Twenty dor.in 6c shade pulls. Wed?
nesday and Thurday only, two for .. Sc
Small fit mill o?ler y inserting ami
rrtge. Wednesday and Thursdav
only, jard. 3c
1,<W0 yards narro* and w.de torrhni
lice Wednesday and Thursday only,
ya-d. 2Jc
Sm.il Int children'-. iO- uuioa .urti.
Wednesday ani Thursday only. 29c
Five d< -en ladies' ide tithed winter
p-ui!?. .mall size.. Wulueaday and
Thure-tay only, etch. loo
Nine finny $1.00 striped blank* ts.
Wednesday and Tharsday, each. 6bo
Ten pieces ian-y icc cretonne, one
yardwir'e. WeJueeday aLd Thur
day only, yird. 17c
Thirty-live piece* Uti* and ide ?iie -
goods, ri n eltttes, Henley serges,
Ao. Wc.uttday sud Thursday only,
yard. 7Je
Twelve piece* Hi < re s goods, v* ed
nealay and Ttinisday ouly, yard. 151
Twentv-five d zen large pillow cord.,
'ii yard* long. Vvedmslay rud
Thur-day only, jard. vc
Fi v.- dev ii 15c velvet tea, with ifcv
eele. Wednesday and Thursdav only,
each. 7c
For Wedceiilay and Thursday only we will
sell ladies' 35c hole proof hotiery,
at 25c pair.
We will rime out Wednes lay sud Thursday
at half tl., regular pricea tha following
odds and ends, such ss lace-*, ribbon.,
elastics embroideriw, silks, in'.,
yon can buy any of those for
just half what they
are marked.
CONFECTIONER,.
ISTTTTS.
Just received direct from the
steamers i ] tons of nuts in their
original bags Also two tons of
imported
FRUITS
for our delicious FRUIT CAKES
that we ship to all parts
of the United States.
L. SULMAN & SON,
516 King Street.
nov28 Im
Notice to State Taxpayers.
I am now p-epa-ed to receive the .Stat*
tsies fir (he >t-ar ISM, Thc siu-uii ii .-f
taxpayers ia respectfully railed t.> the impor?
tance if paying the same priori j Deceinbrr I,
IIK?8. 8. on (hat date a oenalt ;o live [mr
cent, will be added to all un pi id bills, and
their collection enforced as required by law.
THOMAS W. ltOH'NXON,
City Treasurer, Room No. 1, Cit*- Hall.
Why Not Drink the Best
The proof of (be podding ia eating it.
Westmoreland Pure Rye
.(Whisky 7yearsold,
14 Per Gallon. ! $1 per full quart.
OVERHOLT and KINSEY
The .ame price. Other good liquors from $3
aer gi.lon to $6. Wines aod I iquor* at
low*.* pricea tot the holiday 'eaton.
J. J- KCllCy, Diatribntor,
14' 1 King Street, Corner of West.
goxlt o'en'ib_
The Latest Popular
Cf ri Novels.
$1.08
S. F. DYSON & BRO
6C8 KING ST.
B>11 Telephone No. ?78.
Curtice Brothers HAP MAPLE SYRUP
Rina Label CATHUP. ASSORTED JAMS
aad BAKED BEAKS Ina* received by
? n vtv rfrrnv
Mt. Vernon Violet Borated Talcum Po?
ler, a 25c powder for 10c.
E. M. I.KADBRATFR k RONH.
RUBY PRUNES rroerved by
LCM
J. C. MILBURN

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