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VOLUME CX.--NO. 210
^LLJXArmnrTy^^^Iggr^ dening, september 23, 1909. PRICE 2 CENTS ma a wa What Ails You? Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headaches, coated tongue, bltur er had taste In morning, "heart? burn," belching of gas, acid risings In throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and ltlndrod symptoms? If yoTNiavo any considerable number of th*>var>ovi3&y<Bjrjtonis you are suffering fniriiX^lloii^nip^KjrpId liver with Indi festiorO?oe$'3p7,pW ftp P)crcc'? Holden Medical ni*c(ivrrv fs,ni;"ie iif o'. Hie rm^ '?iliciiial fruiciiTTcs known to rri'-^i; ?.-?!ete-*- for th*)"[.? rina'|*-ri> cure ol rueTra:r"'rtii:i! eiii'ie_li'i.n_<_ lt ls a moll efficient liver Invigorator. stomach tonic, bowel regulator and Derra st*tuifthener. The "Golden Medical Diseowery " ls not a patent medicine or secret taostmm, a full list of it" Ingredients being printed bottle-wrapper and attested andes at its formula will show that li . or harmful habit lng drags. It is a Hold extract witb pure, triple-refined glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of the following native American forest nlants, root, IUac*ic Chem baric, <jtieen'9 root. Bloodroot, and ike root. The ' 'line mcdlfil authorlt!*?s, t t cure of justysnch ailments ns the ai?... 'buluw, M. H. of J* ' Ph la ; Prot ll * .. '. M. |),ct iniv.i.f Pa.i Prof.Edwln >I Hale. M. !>.. of Uabnem mn Med, < 1 n King, M. H.. A*.' . 1'nr. .Ino. M. Scud* ilflc Medicines; Prof. M. iv Mnl. Dept I'nlv.of KV; M. I). Author f. in Bennett ' ral *'? Mi-.- '. Chicago. Send name and ad dri-- i to I>r. il V. Pierce. Buf? falo, "ive fret booklet diving extracts fro* r all the above medi? cal am ere endorsing. In the ? i sch and every In* i ?Ooldea Medical Discov? ery " ls I in- Pi* ree's Pleasant Pellets regulate and Inrlirn i. liver and bowels. They rmv ?..? used ii.i unction with "Golden Medical DI* overy" if bowels ure mueii con aUpktfV Tin'v'ri' tlnv and viurRr-o*-at?d catlie ody Ely ,"s Gr;* i i quiet i, BbaerlMd. C;ve$ Relief at Once. J heals - I ( ' 1 in tho ii, ,i : -iiiiv rrv/ro se50 cu., stDrug In liquid form, 75 J !" '' ? Lt.. New York WE HAVE FOR SALE TODAY 500 dozen Fresh Eggs to consum? ers at 30 CENTS 3002 pounds Country Butter at 25c, 30c and 35c a lb. Spring Chickens 22c a pound Old liens ldc ter pend. Railroad Men's Pnpplies?Gloves, Overalls, Shirts and !*hoes. A. G. THOMAS. 019 KlV(i STREET. KiU'CATlON. ST. MARY'S ACADEMY. Alexandria's Select Roardiug and Day Pctyool fir (iirls Primary, (irftnirriar aud High Bi bool Con raes, Commercial Depart int-nt equal to any Businein Collei" in Weah Leaton. Stoden ts prepared for otSoeworkio seven months; complete Be si ness Conns, twe years. PoaitiOM guaranteed. Voenl and In Etruiiienial Music a specialty. Hoys under welye years alniitted to IMv Scboool. Cul;. or write for catalogue. THE SISTERS OK THE HOLY ' ROSS, augS 'Jin _ Virginia Polytechnic Institute, BLACKSBURG, VA. Degree courses in Agriculture, Horti? culture, Appled Chemistry, Applied Ge? ology, Civil, Mining, Mechanical and Electric ?1 Kngineenng, Metallurgy and Metallography, and Preparatory Veter? inary Medicine. Sixty-four Insttuctors, Thoroughly Equipped Shops, Labora? tories and Hams. Steam heating and electric li^hta in dormitories; Library ia,ooo volumes. Farm of I,loo acres. School of Agricultural Apprentices. (One Y*-ar Course for Young Farmer".) Tots! !?? ?. of session of nine mouths, inclu? ding tuition and other fee-*, board, washing. uiiifonuc, medical attendance, ste , $~70.a>0 Coal te Virgil,in student*, $226.60. Th?nex* session epens, Wedneaday, s^p. temiii-r 22nd, lOOO. Part, B. Bakkinokb, M. D.. L. I. D. ii _President. arlingtoTInstitute A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, . Washington street AI.IXAM'KIA, VA. The 42nd. year opens Sept. 23, 1909. (ats legit-a at Iyead'eater's and Allen's drug pto-es, an I, alter Sept. 1st, at tie School, j few boaidinK pupils reeeive.l. Miss A. M, ClIANDl KV, ssdfMeetl EPliCOPATuluUI school NEAR ALEXANDRIA, VA. FOR BOY'S. The 71?t year opans . tx ltbt\ Catalogue sent, L. V. BLACKFUBD, LL. D.. Principal. A gool Cook ii Peary, hard to find, Hut it doesn't trouble our soul To know if 'twas Cook or Peary That discovered the North Pole. Nei her of them brought it back Tn make Ilia word the surer. Ami so they'll have to show us, For ' We are from Missouri " Don't Worry About thc North Pole You can't fish with it; neither can you prop a circus tent. Come to the CAMERON ^"whooppuuP'? Dairy Lunch 905 King Street. HENSH AW and BATCHELLER. OPEN ALL NIGHT * FT/BUSHED DAILY ABD TBI-WBKXI.Y AT GAZETTE BUILDING. 310 &313 PRLNCS STREET. Tbrjcs: Daily?l year, $6:00 6 months $?50; S months, $1:25; 1 month, 43 oents; 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-weekly?1 year, $3.00; 6 months, $1.50 S months, 75 cents: 1 month. 25 cents. Contract advertisers will not be allowed to ex? ceed their opace unless the excess is paid for at transient rates, and under no circum? stance* will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the space contracted for. Marriage and death notices must be paid for in advance. Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks, trioutes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unless of publio concern, will nly be printed in the paper as advertise? BBSBBBB, [Enusr?i at the Postoffioe of Alexandria, 7ir g'nia. aa second-class matter.) SIX PERSONS MURDERED. An entire family of six persons were murdered and the bodies of all but one of the victims were bumed with their home at Hurley, Buchanan county, Va., early yesterday. Tbe motive waa evi? dently robbery, bb the owner of tbe bonne, an aged woman known as "Aunt Betty" Justis, was supposed lo keep a large sum of money about the place. Mrs. Justis, ber son-in-law, George Meadows, his wife and three children were tbe victims. Meadows' body, badly mutilated, was found yesterday morning lying in tbe yard of his destroy? ed home, the funeral pyre of his loved ones. Two bullet holes aod a wound in the neck", which almost severed the head from the body, gave the discover tr* their evidence of the extent ot the trage dy. A search of the ruins of the house disclosed an awful spectacle. The blackened washes of half-burned fhsh aod charred bones of the two women and tbe three children were found be? neath tne debris, each body baring evidences of murder, committed before the house was destroyed by fire, evidently for tbe purpose of hiding tbe crime. The elder woman's skull waa found some distance from the remainder of ber balf-burned body amid tbe smoldering lng ruins. Another daughter of Mrs. Justis told the police that her mother had a large sum of money buried under tbe sill of the hou?e. and they Bncceeded in digging op $950 in gold and silver, The murderers are supposed to bave secured the $G00 which "Aunt Betty" always carried on ber person. Bloodhounds were rushed to tbe scenes, and in a abort time they tonk up the trail of the supposed murderers in a cornfield which joined the Justis home, lhere the footprints of three men were Found impressed in the soft soil. A posse of citizens, heavily armed, are following the bloodhounds, bent on lynching the murderers if they are cap? tured. ^^^^ HONORS SOUTHERN HEROES. Secretary of War Dickinson, as guest of bonor of the Daughters of tbe Con? federacy at the State fair st Nashville, leno., yesterday, made an address, in which he said: "Ialways kept conspicuously displayed in my residence in Illinois portraits of Davis, Lee, and Jackson, and with them Ibe Confederate colors. They were seen there by our president, by the toa of Urant, and by the son cf Lincoln, and by many union soldiers, It never occur? red to me to oller explanation or apology. S nsible people of the north know that in cherishing these sentiments, in hold? ing these convictions, in caring for the graves of our dead, in erecting monu? ments to perpetuate their fame, in giving a true history of our contest, and in teaching our children to reverence the memory of those who sustained the southern cause, there is no protest against the government nuder which we live." In recalling the bitter sentiments for? merly existing on account of Jthe civil war, Mr. Dickinson told this ?iorv: "I recall that (ian. Luke E.Wright told me that one day bia boy came from school and asked if his grandfather, Raphael frames, was a pirate, showing in his history where it was so re? corded." "A different spirit," Mr. Dickinson added, "has for a long time prevailed in the north," A FINDER OF MONEY. Harry Bohrer, who ia the manager ci the Hanover lunch tooma in New York, has developed the habit of finding money, Some weeks ago a bank messenger dropped into bis place and went away without taking a package coo tainiog about $0,000. Bobrer lound lt and restored it to iu rightful owner, That was a starter, Tuesday a young man dropped in and had lunch. Alter be had gone, Bobrer saw lying on tbe table where the young man sat a wallet. A package of currency in the wallet alone amountej to $23,000, and there were notes and checks that made up a total ol at least $50,000. Bohrer gathered that most of tbe notes bad come from the State Bank, at 52 Norfolk street. Bohrer couldn't wait. He was afraid to keep so much money about the lunch? room, and as fast as he could go, he went to tbe bank. It was the bank's money all right, aod he turned it over to the cashier. Tbe bank rewarded him with a bill. Wheo Bohrer uot back to the lunch? room a messenger boy was there almost frantic. Bobrer told him that it wss all right, and that he had returned tho money to tbe batik. A Irleod of Bohrer's said his reward for re;u/ning the money waa $10. ?6.85?BOAKOKE ANO KKTl f;\. Via Southern Railway on account of J ;(nK. pke sericultural and industrial fair, >, (WT 21 to M. intv.s of Mile Sept. '^o, ?u.(1 '-?'?; final return limit Stol. tt. Bound trip fart from Washington, D. C.. KJtKt; mme ???"? "We aod final iimit. For further in ^'".oncilloa W.U.LkHEW.U. T. A., A.exandnt.. sep213t I The Firs) national Bank Of Alexandria, Va. CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $150,000 Undivided Profits, $25,000 G. L. BOOTHE. President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier M. B. HARLOW, vice-President. J. J. GREEN, Asst.Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAriR. Jr. M. B. HARLOW GEO. E WARFIELD JAS MUIR WALTER ROBERTS This bank with its ample capital and surplus, its adequate equipment and facilities, solicits the accounts ol manufacturers, wholesalers, reta.lers and individuals on the l>est terms consistent with sound banking. No accojnt too large to be handled satisfactorily,none too small to bc appreciated. NOTICE! Io line with onr usual cus? tom at tbe beginning of the /all and winter mason we will open nor Dining Rooms, On Monday, Sept. 20 And will be pleased to see oar msny friends. Everything of tbe season will be served?and lunches and dinner prepared on abort notice. AT RILEYS 114 North Fairfax Street. FROM NOW ON WE WILL HAVE Napoleons, Turnovers, Cream Puffs and Chocolate Ecclairs FRESH DAILY AT 0-0?? 0??0 H. BLOCH. !???? Both Phonea. ewmetwemmemBememmmmiem t**t \Wkwmk\*kWk\\wkwmm FOR RENT Half Block from Central North Washington Street Two Iota Bay Window Bricks SIX ROOHS AND BATH Rent for $22.00 and $23.00 Per Honth, ??*? ? ALSO ? Two Fine Hats Renting lor $211 anil $21. Jg. F. L. SLAYMAKER, & j For OSlCr Ve are authorized to offer or sale that valuable busi? ness and residence prop? erty located on the south ide of King stre et, between fairfax and Lee, now un ler rental at 48 per month. to, $ baking, in net 10 per cent investment. I. B. Harlow ii Co., INCORPORATED. Clearance Sale i.1.1. Go-Cartfi and Carriages $4 TS Folding Gn-Cart, Now.$ 3.75 16.75 ". 4'ii ' 10.00 ? " " " . 5 50 I $18.00 Wood Body Go-Cart, Now $19.00 " " *' " " 16 00 i?.b0 English Tarriage, Now.... 21.00 ' m.ruInT?sons 601 King St tftUAJKlilKS. -Ksmuy Bella tks Bsa). New Crop Mead Rice ?And New? Mackerel G. Ill* ONE BARREL English Mixed Pickle Spice 25c a pound. HEIINZ'S WHITE WU ?and? I Vinegars. Pure Spices G. WLUHaT Ginger Ales. Cantrell and Cochran's Belfast Cliquot Club U. ?. Club Beaufont Lithia Gosman's, Hire's In all 250 dozen. HOoK-l'XLKRSANUSI'A-nuwr.rvj School Books Public and Private Schools Hew and Second-Hand. Kvery W.k covered with our unexcelled cover. Blank Rooks, Tablet*, Bags, Boxes and School Supplies of All Kinds. Bring your list and let us till it. S. F. Dyson & Bro. _508 King street. (iKN'TS' FURNISHINGS. We wish to thank our friends and the public generally for their assist? ance ia tiding over our financial trouble", ar.*! inform them we are replenishing our< stock at the same location No 612 King Street. We have reoived a new line of Men's-Youths' AND Of the latest design and mikes and at prices to please the roost economical. Our line of samp!*"* br made-to-measure garments ia large and select and ready for your inspec? tion. Also a well telexed stock of Men's Furnishings, Trunks and Suit Cases. We solicit a share of your patronage nnd as reiteoejteeas treatment and fair dealing to all. 0?0?0 R. LEE FIELD No 612 King St. HORSESHOEING I ara still in business at No. 105 N. Lee Street. [Julian Fogg's old stand.] And will \>a glad to shoe your horse for HOC a ?et in the bett manner and on quick time. Ail work guaranteed and if not katisractory money will be returned. WM. R. LITTLE. sep21 tf Beautiful, long, manageable hair pome* weekly if yon ase MCKLIN'8 HAIE rOSlC. 25c, 60c and $l.0M bottles at Lead beater's. THE SOLID EVEN ASH on Plantation Cigars shows that they ara both well-made aid raa**e of first-class tobacco. A bad or poorly made cigar never burna like tbat. Plantation Cigars Are For Smokers who appreciate the best tobacco and best workmanship Tbe most particular smokers use them continually Though they cost bat little, they are the equal of many cigars costing at least a nickel more. A?k your desler for the Planta? tion Cigar today. Mr. F. 9. Harper. Wholesale Grocer, can furnish these cigars in any quantities to th) tr*de. Hamilton & Co., 323 KING STREET. KAMMEL CAFE Season 1909=1910 Now Open. Cherrystone Oysters on Half Shell. Selected Potomac River Oysters in Every Style. REED BIRDS_ON TOAST. Family Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. BOTH PHONES See that you purchase that which is best WAKEFIELD RYE THERE IS NO BETTER WHISKYION THE MARKET. THAT CkLlJBRATED MEDICINAL WHISKY. Headquarters iot I A li; run i r?u li ia ac KING AND Choice Wines LOWbNI)Alil BROS. ALFRED STS andLiquors *iU TT liUUtWU UlXUJt Bf>th phQnes HMHmJ.<OMMMM.? KaufmannBros: f Save a Dollar, f LATEST SHAPES 1909 In Soft and Stiff Hats AT $2. Our Hat Department located in Our Clothing House, 405 KING. Kaufmann Bros! Haberdashers, Hatters and Clothiers, 402405 KING STREET. ????MM?MMMMM?MMMMMMMM PURE FOOD STORE. MIDLAND BUTTER 35c a pound Ii the quality sort tbat appeals to those who are partirularly discriminating as to the merits of the butter they buy. Its pi rt, sweet and appetizing, and ia made under the most P^ert MOttMT conditions. IT HAS A REPUTATION. For years MIDLAND BUT TER has been recognized as the best that come* to Alex andria. We solicit your butter trade, call phone or write. Edward Quinn & 3ons, Cor. St. Asaph and Qronoco Streets_ I Citizens National Bank ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. ^ . OFFICERS : Edward "D.u&rtl.M. D ? D _ Urr.H Pierce. Richard M. Oreen, Cashier. E. E, Payru, Asst. Cashier. DI HECTORS: Edwsrd,L.'.Daiojerlleld. ? rr c.,.* i< WiKoherts, w? ,1H.?iV..h Carrel! PUree. T^X' Urba.S. Lambert. THE CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK has been directly identified with the mercantile, manufacturing and jobbing interests of Alexandria for thirty-nine years, and with its large capital, ample surplus, conservative directorate, progres? sive management and convenient location, is equipped to satisfactorily handle new accounts and to accord them that same courteous attention which has been a vital factor in its steadfast and continuous growth. Letters of credit drawn on Brown, Shipley & Co., of London.