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VOLUME CIX.-NO.2(58.
______ndma7 va.", t kurspa y ^v^gi-sy ovembeb ae. mos.
PRICE 2 CENTS
t\nvai.n/ ,io_
iiry onnns
DRY GOODS.
INDIGESTION?
j DYSPEPSIA?
'; VS&? CATARRH
cly's Cream Balm
ia quickly absorbed.
Gives R#lief at Once.
iBsee, eoothee,
beale and - {.inti uta
tho diseased taem
?jg from
li aud drives
away a Cold iu tho
ii.-ui quickiv. it--uav miro
at ore* thc rJensea of UH I I Lfblt
Taste and Sm.ll. Frill siz.- 60 cts., at Drug
gfcta ot by na iii. Ia liquid form. Ti ? ? ate.
l'Ay Brothers, 60 Warren Street. New York
DKY GOOD_
Of
Lace
Curtains
White Nottingham Lace
Curtains, $l/2 yards long;
$2.00 value, at $1.49.
Net Lace Curtains, 3J_,
yards long; $5.00 value,
at $3.98.
Nottingham Lace Curtains,
$1.50 value, aC$l. 19.
Nottingham Lace Curtains,
full 3 yards long, at 98c.
AND SONS,
316 King Street.
HELL '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,
Boath Roval Street.
RICHARD H. WATTLES
MAMl.U-nitl'.u ;0|,
FERTILIZERS
-: >"tr>: 115-117 H. ROTA*, ll
Dealer in Hardware.Paints, Agri
cultural Implements, Vehxles,
Harness, Field aad Garden Setds
w.u-.k;;.' su, soi th i mos STKXR. Ol
iim of eeonutn __l~at.
Also Grain, Hay, Straw anc
AU Kinds of Mill Feed.
\V\'l al #ays keep lu atore the highest gradi
ol ihc-e articles, uovitim
[Entered at the Postofflc-a of Alexandria, Vlr
ginia, as second-olaae matter.] _*
FIBED ON STBIKEBS.
S x ccmjaiies of the Sjcond regiment
N. G. N.J , went tn Perth Amboy, N.J,
Irom Trenton last night upon orders of
i; iv. Foit and camped at tbe 8 andard
(/lani of tbe National Fireprjofiog Com
piiiv in tbe village ol Kessby about |
mile outside of Perth Aroboy. The
tromps came alter two days of rioting by
1,000 striking .Mngyara nod Poles, opera?
tives in ibe twelve pottery works rind
clay juris aboot Perth Amboy. Tbe
trouble culmira'ed yesterday afternoon
io tbe shooting of six men by ab-riff dep?
uties. Two ol the wounded men, it
is slid, are likely to die.
For seveial days mest of tbe foreigners
on strike had been parading aloiig tbe
country roads from one pottery works lo
another, calling out sll the laborers in
each successive p'aot encountered, snd
threatening tbe ruanage-rs and foremen
with clubs, knives scjthea, and every
wennon tbe strikers could lay their bands
to.
Sierifl Qiackenbos, who swore In the
50 depuiiet a lew days ago, yesterday
afternoon summoned all the men he
could find, armed them and sta)ted from
New I'ruos'wtck for ?easby.
Bevel hundred of the striku* marched
on ihe *>'u t. The deputies (.refused to
permit them to enter by tbe main gate?
way. The strikers .-.ie then slid to have
attempted to scale a lenee, from which
tbey were beaten back by tbe deputies.
Then a number of men among the strik?
ers hurled stines aid bricks at the dep
pnties. It wai then thu tbe deputies
opened fire on tbe s'.rikeis, each of tbe
deputies firing eeversl shots.
Six of the strikers fell wounded. The
others retrated hurriedly, im around to
the front of the factory building, and
atoned tbe offices, breaking every window
aid putting the clerical force to flight.
Several of the stones went (brough win?
dows and struck young men and women
who did not have time t] flee from their
desks.
The deputies marched on the men
coming out of the office groom's aod
threatened to fire again. Tbe strikers
retrta'ed inlo the business part of the
town and to their borne?.
The trouble orginated ever the failure
to raise wages after the election.
What "Would You Do.
lu case of a burn or sca'd wbat would
you do to relieve the |?ll? rjuch in?
jures are l-aMe to occur in any /amity
'?'I fyeiyooe ?_?,">.V~' h? ???ter.-,
them. Ut mbi rial n's Salve applied on
a soft cloth will relieve the -an almost
instantly, and unless the injury is a very
severe one, will taase tbe patts to heal
without haring a scar. For ta'e by
W.F. Creighton aid Richard (f.bsio,
SHOT Bf HIS SON.
A shotgun held by Frank H. Hn'l,
living in Qieen Chapel road, Ml, was
accidentally disci urged by his seven
yin'-old son yesterday afternoon, the
load of birdsbot taking effect in the
rrai's arm, nearly severing it, Hall
narrowly escaped bleeding to death be?
fore he stopped the fl nw by making a
tourniquet of a 1 aidkerchief aid a stick.
Hall was removed io the Casualty Hos?
pital Washingtin. The shot took efl jct
about mid*a7 between the wrist aid
elbow, and it wa* necesrary toampu'a'e
Hall's arm.
Hall left his borne ea'ly yeaterday
morning for a gooning trip. Ai be ap
pr.ached bis home on his returu he was
seen by his two son-, who ran to meet
bim. Ihe boys walked back with Hall,
wbo stopped st the gate to allow the
children to count tbe birds. He rested
tbe stock of the gun on tbe ground, with
his right arji resting across the end of
tbe barrel.
While one boy climbed on Hill's
ta rk and began to peep imo his pockets,
the other danced about and then began
t) inspect tbe shotgun, Hall did not
nc lice what the lad was doing.
Siddenly tbe boy pulled the trigger.
There *n ? a load report and Hall fell to
tbe ground with his arm nearly blown
ofl. _
Yon can enre dyspepsia, indigestion, sour
or weak stomach, or in fact any form of stom?
ach trouble if jou will take Kodol occa?
sionally. Try it today on our guarantee.
We know ? hat it will do lor jon. Sold by
Vi. F. Cieighioa k Co.
WVNIs IO SACRIFICE CRIMI
NA_,?*.
lae i a orifice of convicted criminals
upon the altar of icieocs is the startling
recommendation of Dr. Wallace A.
i-'igg".- vice-president of the Calif aw-'a
-rite board of health, which tai pre
tripi'a'td a widespread aid animated
discussion. Dr. !'? riggs recommends
that the ata'e beard of [ardon* direct
or gi a it ibe privilege of inoculating
convicted crimira's witb the germs ol
tuberculosis for experimental purpose)
for the advancement of physiologic a'
reaiarch in the battle against the white
plague. Ai ameliorating clause in the
recommendation providing for the par?
don of the convict io case a sturdy con
stitotlon frastraPB the ravages of thi
inoculation, bas bought down upon thi
hral of the eminent physic aa a tost o
denunciations.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills ara ur
equaled in caree of weak back, backache, ic
.animation of the bladder, rheumatic pain'
Antiseptic and act promptly. Sold by *?V
E. Creighton 4 Co.
*?.$? To Lend or
2*OOO ^ea" Estate Security.
2,500 Robt. Elliott,
3,000 Real Estate-Loans.
4,000_127 8ooth Royal 81
Cortie* Brothers SAP MAPLE 8YBO
Blue Ube' CATSUP. AS80RTFD JAM
and BAKSD BJLUtf* Jast received by
1,0. MHBITBII
LOVERS OF MUSIC are divided into
two classes?thoie who produce it and
those who listen.
YOU can be one of those who PRODUCE
MUSIC if you own a
Pianola Piano
WHY remain lontjvr sati-ti?? I nr< rely ti hear others flay tbs piano,
when you can just aa trail bt the player yourself.
THE HE can be no question but that the pleasure of phying is vastly
greater than that if listening. _, __
IP vouoareatallfor music, !h?n WHY NOT BE A PIANIST?
'lilii PIAKO'.A PIANO will nupply you with the .kill. !? will alfo
supply you with a perfect instrument for hAuc'-pl.iylng-. In tone, Ps
action, in appearance, tlc Pianola Piiro ls unsurpassed.
fcY_RY PAY you do without a Pianola Piano you are missing a
pleasure which thousands of other people have spent years of their lives
to anio.
PIANOLA PIANOS aref-onnine onlv when they bear the names of
the Wil>i-r, Ihe Sleek, the Wheelork, or the Stuyvesant Piano*. No other
sc-i-allrii Piayer-pia.no contains the Pianola or is equipped with such vital
improvements aa the
Metrostyle and Themodi_t.
Pianola Pianos, $550 to $1,050.
Pianolas, $215 to $350.
Moderate Monthly Payments.
1327 F Street N. W., Washington, D. C.
?*N_54S_rv_A>!S*4^^
rm 2?V^wS^SS<C'3v^rN^SN^C*v\ ?Sr T>r ^r "v 7
li
To Lot Purchasers In
\mwwm park.
Sect-on 2.
All aubscribcrs to lots in Seetioa 2, who hav? not eic tod t>-e tranaaction are rvquea* -d to
call on th*. 8e<-ri-'ary, No. li>i South Fairfax (.treet, and seenre uiapa and tickets to the
meeting of lot owners to fcc held TIT.SDAY, NOVF.MI.EB 24, aW p. in.
In HILL'S OPERA HOUSE, King and Pitt Streets.
The Association still has forsale TEN LOTS. Persons desiring to
secure the BEST PROPERTY in or near Alexandria shou'd
apply before Tuesday. ALEXI WEDDERHURN, Secretary.
ii..?20 41_
! m Mimi iiiii,
ALEXANDU1A, VHM.INIA.
OFFICERS:
President, Vice President,
Edward L. Dangerfield. Carroll Pierce.
Richard M. Oreen, Cashier. E. E, Payne. Asst. Cashier.
DIRECTORS -J"
Edward L. JOalngerfltld
J. C. Smoot.
Worth Mulflah.
M. A. Ahern.
KEHOURCE*.
Loans . . . . ' $631,476.76
U. S. Bonds to se?
cure circulation . 100,000 00
Bonds to secure U.
S. Deposit . ? 53,000 00
Other Bonds and
Stocks ? ? ?
Banking House & 30,561.56
Real Estate . .
Cash . . 46,634.56 52,856.97
Due from.
Banks and
Reserve
Agents . 91,410.98
-J38.065.54
SI,005^60.83
J. W. Roberts.
Carroll Pierce.
' Urban S. Lambert
I i win I I ll>.
Capital.tlOO.000 00
Surplus
Undivided Profits
Circulation . ? .
Deposits ....
U. S. Deposit . .
50,000.00
63,807 94
96.700 00
645,452.89
50,000,o()
$1,005,960 83
Parties having accounts in
our Savings Department will
please present their books for
the credit thereon of interest
due October 1st
WAKEFIELD
Pure Rye.
BesT: Medicinal Whisky.
$1.00 PER QUART
LOWENBACH BROS.,
The Family Liquor Store,
KING AND ALFRED .STREETS.
No Bar, P.<-th PW*. ?
HOUSE FURNISHINGS^
????????????????
Free sample bottles of Fur
nitnre Polish nt.
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.
NEW HOMINY GRITS juat received hy
J.d. MU BURN.
"PLORIT-OBANGCS. sweet;jost rereiv*
I ed by J. C. MlLBL'RM^
PERrBCTl? IM?
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; and when you
go driving in a carriage pur?
chased from us you are *ure
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.
riYERS BROTHERS,
115 North Pitt Street.
The Latest Popular
Giri Hint
$1.08
S. F. DYSON & BRO
508 KING ST.
Il*!1 Telephone No. 27$.
Nicklin'a Hair Totvc is the remedy fo
ilandi nfl an-" nil scalp diseases. It is all right
tbe, 60c and $1.00 bottles.
E 3, LClDBSkrES * 80S*].
kJKm A iuvva/w.
LET REMNANT DAY.
Friday, November 27, Will
be Our Last Remnant Day
Till After Christmas.
IT will be the most inter?
esting of the present
season. We shall be
too busy after this week to
give our attention to rem?
nants. And as every foot
of shelf and counter and
floor space is needed for
the proper display of our
magnificent stock of Gift
Goods, which already sur?
passes any heretofore as?
sembled, we are going to
clear out ali the small and
incomplete lots and tarry?
ing fall things to start the
new month with fresh,
clean and unbroken stocks.
To this end we have thor?
oughly ransacked every
department in the house
and separated therefrom
everything that savors of a
remnant. Many an odd bit
of sik or ribbon, orvelvet,
or lace, &c ,may be found
which can be made use of
for Christmas. Numerous
odd pieces of china, bric-a
rac, cut g'ass, &c. Scores
of useful lengths in dress
goods-ends of the choicest
fabrics?suitable for wom?
en's dresses, skirts and
waists and children's dress?
es, at half and nearly half
former prices. Wrap, Suit,
Linen, Upholstery?in fact,
every department in the
house presents rare buying
opportunities.
With the remnants are
several bargain lots of mer?
chandise, some of which
were purchased -or the oc?
casion; others are goods
reduced in prices for one
reason or another. A good?
ly collection of remnants
of worthy gc ods in broad
and immed ate demand at
specially reduced prices
prices that should clear
them out quickly and com?
pletely.
Washington, D. C.
CLOSED
TODAY
c?c-0
May You
Enjoy Your
Thanksgiving
Turkey
????
120 to 426 Seventh St. 431 to 42S Eighth St
WASHINGTON, D. C.
r'ALUABLB PROPERTY FOR SALE
lu or'er tn settle au eftate, the undei>i?rned
-oin missioners will aell ct private aale tbe
iillowinK valuable property, situated in the
itv of Alexandria, \s.. In wit:
That t*o atory BRICK HOUSE at Ko. 322
illili Washington street, routiiuing seven
7) rooina and bath with large yard ands
tooti brick .table. It ia a tine property for
:ither reaidert at or investment purposes,
[erina reason .hie.
CHARLES I. SIMMS,
LEWIS H. tfACHEN,
aov1(i2w 212 King stn et.
JEWELRY.
For the bride, sweet?
heart or relative. You
will find in our *ftore
in array of
GIFT-GIVING GOODS
not only beautiful but
useful, ranging'in price
from'25c to $75 J
JEWELERS,
lilli NORTH RO%AL STREET.
ROSENFELD'S.
Satisfaction or Money Back.
THE NAME OF OUR GUAR?
ANTEED STOCKINGS IS
Wear for Ever.
They only QA/-- for a box of
cost ? ? ? - >^v/C 5JX pairs. We
guarantee them for six months.
If you find a hole in them bring them to us
and get a new pair. For men, women and chil?
dren.
ALL SIZES! TRY A BOX!
ROSENFELD'S,
518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
Good Shoes for Bad Weather.
Why boy cheap made
Shoea when yon eau get
the Celebrated Steel Sbo<l
Shoea for a very little
more,and will wear twice
aa long. K very pair guar?
anteed solid throughout.
We bave them for boya
and girls in all tbe differ?
ent leathers and made on?
ly in the correct shapes.
We bave plenty other
good makes of Shoes too
numerous to mention.
Can fit and suit the whole -?
family, both in Leather and Rubber Goods. A call to onr atore will convince yon.
We bave the right gooda at the right pricea.
KATZ'S RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE,
400 KING STREET.
Bell 'Phone. Home 'Phone
? na. in ?_?_?__?_?___,
Swan Bros.
King and Pitt Sts;
O .0 ? o
Special Remnant Sale
Wednesday and Thursday.
On account or* store cl iain g at noon Thura
lay. Thanksgiving Day, we offer a very
ifroival Remnant SMe on Wednesday* SM
-??til noon Tharsday. flo- very bent reo?
riant bargains of the reaatn will be found
ber. on Wednesday aad I harelay.
Jae ladies' $'1.98 ahort tao coat, alse
34. Wednesday and Thanday only, fs5.98
Dne ladies' $6.o0 ahort tan coat, size
S6 Wedne-davand Thursday nily... $2.UH
rhree ladles $5.98 -hort un coats, Wtd
nesday and Thursday only. $2.75
r?o ladies' ahort $4.30 lilacs coate,
sixes 40 and 42. Wednesday and
Thursday only.$2.49
'ix ladkx' long $'.51 enan, aises 34, :???;.
'68, 40. Wedtesdey and Tbnnday
only..*?*.*;*
rwo ladiet' red $11.50 suits met A'i
and ru. Wedif. !ay and Tbuisday
<mly, each. . $0.9*1
)ue $r'.*.0 ladies' ^.ripei dress *kir\
Wc tuesday and Tuureday only, each $1.1*8
IVelve Nrge 76c ohenile table cover*.
Wednesday and Thur* Jav wily. 49c
r<;o dozen children's wiuter weight
velts and pint*.; sile* 16 sui 18. 12_c
and 15; quality. Wednesday and
Thursday ou y, each. 8c
Five dozen colored velvet akirt bind
inK. WeInesday and Thnrsday only,
each. 5c
["wo habits' $1.!* eiderdown coils,
soiled. Wednesday and Thursday
oula, yard. 49c
"ix miases' all-worl $1 00 blouse sweat
ere. Wednesday and Thursday only,
each. 75o
)ne dozen ladi<'*,$l.U0 wool waiata, tire
Ai sud M. Wednesday au I Thnrs
dsy ouly, each. 4!*c
Fi ve dozen he vy $1 .oo ounifon, Wed
?lesilay and Thnrsday ouly, etch. 89c
Fire dozen crib blankets. Wednes?
day aod Thursday only, each. 25c
Five dozrn lie brass ri tension roi*.
Wfltcday and Thursday only, ^ach 7c
rweuty dozen 5c ahade pulls. Wed?
nesday snd Thur day ouly, two for .. 5c
Small lot nub'oider y inserting and
edge. W.doesday and Thursdav
ooly, jsrd. .'"c
t,<KX) yards narrow and wide torch' n
lice. Wednesday and Thursday only,
yaid. 2,c
Small !>>t children's iOr union au ita.
Wednesday aud Thoraday only. 2'Jc
Five di zea ladies' 25c ribrcd winter
panta, 'mall sisea. Wtduesday aad
Thursday only, each. 15c
Nine fanny $1.00 striped hlankit*.
Wednesday and Thursday, each. *>'-c
Ten pieces f*ucy 25c crtlouu-a. dm
yaru wide. Wednesday ax.d Thara
day only, y-td. 17<*
Thirty-five pieces _.c and 16c die's
goods, tl sn elf tt eu, Henley serges,
out. Wv lueada-f and Tharwiay ouly.
yard. 7Je
Twelve pieces 20j dress gooda. Wed?
nesday and Thursday only, yard. loo
Twenty live dozen large pillow cord*,
52 yards I.mg. ntdntslay and
Thursday ooly, jard. le
Five dozen 15c velvet t es, willi ta-*.
?el*. Wednesday and Thur-dav only,
each. 7o
For Wednesday snd Thursday only we will
stll laoiea' IN hole proof hosiery,
at 25c pair.
We will close out Wednesday sud Thursday
at half tte regular prices thc following
odds and ends, such as lace*, ribbons,
elastics, embroideries, silks, eke.,
you can buy any of these for
jok half what they
are marked.
CIOAKS.
ISMQKEI
?^ap__M0_i_-^^i|? %
B noke tn! -ceo only. 8o many of tbe
eo-i rilled cigars that you buy beie, lhere
a ul elsewhere ure wade of weeda tbat
oily resemble tobacco. Wben you want
a cigar well made, fram selected tobacco,
yon will Ged ft at Hamilton's, "od yon
will be able to get it just to suit your
taa'e exactly, from tbe mildeat through
ill g'ti'les up to the strongest. You can
al ?a/a rely upon the tact a hen you bu/
a cigar at Hamilton's that it contains
nothing but tobacco,
Hamilton & Co.,
323 King Street.
THK PtfRK FOOD gtOgg
Midland
Turkeys.
These turkeys are from
the same people that have
made famous our
Call, 'phone or write.
0-0 0
Edward Quinn & Sans,
Cor. St. Aeaph and Orooccn mn el*
MU Vernon Violet Borated Talcum Pow
itv, ? 2tt\ powdar for lue. "N
Tt, 8, L__Da*UTE? ft 80**8.

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