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WILLIAM B SMOOT VicQ President President C CC CC CCSmoot
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S RUSSELL SMIT SlUTH Second Vice President Pr flldant Pres President Prosldent President ¬
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H A ATHOMPSON THOMPSON Third Vice President Pro ident Cashier CashierPeoples CashierPeoples CashierPeoples
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JOHN A MARSHALL r RSHALL Capitalist Alexandria Va VaMEBS VaQ3S VaJ
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GEORGE R HILL Real Estate E tate Alexandria Va VaHENRY VaHENRY
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A H RECTOR Farmer Atoka Va VaJ VaJ VaJ
J W YATES Live Stock Dealer Markham Va VaS VaS VaS
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At the Close of Business September 6 1904
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lt t Due I from tom tMtttonal ltlonl banks not reserve re agent w wt TMM H HDue I IDue
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i t Dug front approved reserve alta mCnit mCnitChecks 010617 m II IIChecks itt
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it t Redemption fund with IJ 8 2L Treasurer Trr 9 I per pero perd ler lerII
o oeRt nt of elreulatioR M MDue 1fJt 1fJtDue 100000 100000Due
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LIABILITIES LIABILITIESCapital LIABILITIESCapital LIABILITIESCapital
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Sur1iua SuriMU fund 600000 60000 G1 w wUndivided
Undivided Jt d profits prol lew expenses x w and dt taxes x x paid pa id d 111 11130S 90r 48 s sNational D
National bank notes outstanding out atandln lOOVX04 lOOnJIj 00
Due to other national banks 1I7M23 25 Jl
Due to State banks and bankers 349724 I197 rt
Due to trust tru t compunim and savings fila vtnp banks M3N2j 14 1 lirl a J l
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Deposit Depo De ft t of U S dl dlburliinK l urs4ni ofnears tiUMTU 7
Lla Liabilities clew other than above stated SHA14 SHA14Total IIAH 11s1iTotal t
Total lS7Qai474 Q8t4 ti tistate I IState J Jatate
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I Thos W V White Cashier of the above abov named Hemet t
bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is
true t to the U best t of my knowledge knowl ae and belief beliefu beliefTHOS belfetTHO Yr Yr1u > t
THOS THO W WHIT1S WHIl Cashier 7f
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Commercial Con mercial Development Developmentin
in Past Thirty Years YearsTOWN YearsTOWN YearsTOWN
TOWN OF MANY FACTORIES FACTORIESMoney FACTORIESMoney FACTORIESMona
> Money Mona y and andlrade Trade Flowing Into the theCity theCitySome theCitySome
City CitySome Some of the Local LocalEstablishments LocalEstablishments LocalEstablishments
Establishments EstablishmentsThe
0 The twentieth centry is opening well wellfor wellfor
for Alexandria Its commercial and andtrade ftJ1dtrudo andttudo
trade prospect prospocts 1r ocls grow growbrlghter brighter as the thenew thenew thenew t
new century centu advances advancesLeas udvnnceLea udvanceaLeell
Lea than thirty years ago the river riverfront rIverfrout riverfront
front of Alexandria remained as 8 it had hadb hadb hadbeen
b been en left at the end of the war for forUte torJtu forlkt <
Ute Jtu Unlonin a dtemdntlaa dS m ntl04 and appar upparently apparently llpparently
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ently desperate condition Its ware warehoture warc10UHIi warehouses
houses wore unoccupied Business Uu lne was wasdon wasdone wasdone <
don done at only two or three of the thewharves thoVdtarVH thewharves
wharves there thereIndustrial thereIndustrial
4 4Industrial
Industrial Resurrection ResurrectionNow ResurrectionNo ResurrectionNow
Now No all this Is changed Not only is isthe Isthe s sthe
the entire river front of former yearsOCCUPled years yearsoccupied e rs rsoccuJJled
occupied by flourishing establishment establishmentb e establlahmontLbutt tabllllhmontllbt
b bt t th the river frost has been extended extendednearly exumd extendednearly d
nearly near half a mile to the north and andMJlJldentble n neon aConsiderable
eon Considerable M nible distance to the south ami amiUlda In InIn
Ulda In fair at no distant day to occupy occupythV occupythe
ute the entire extent of the channel that thatpasses thatJIUItieB thatpaces
passes 8ft i the west side of the riverfrom river riverfrom rherfrom
from the okl ok canal c nallooks looks to Jones Point PointThe Pointthe
The pa paa passenger s nfrr passing plul lng on the river riverse rlerSeH
se SeH see first on the northern edge of the thetown thetown thetown
town the Old Dominion Glass Gla s Works Workswhich Workswhich orks orkswhich
which employ several hundred men menwhile menwhile menwhile
while in the distance toward the west westthe yoestthe westthe
the Belle flellftrPre ell J Pre re Bottle Works employing employinga emploYingilk
a ilk lik number Is sending out volumes volumesof oluIQesQf
of smoke smo1 f from r m its high stacks stacksThese sUieksThese stacksThere
These two glass factories with the theVirginia theVfrslAIa theVfrgiafa
Virginia Glass Gla Works at West Fe t End are arenow arenow arenow
now doing doln a moat prosperous business businessand buitne buitneaad businessand
and have brought to Alexandria hun hundreds hundredti
dreds of glass blowers from rom ether place placesand placeand plac placIInd
and are training many young Alexan Alexandrlans Alexandrlns Alexandriens
drlans to industry Indust In n that lucrative bus businaflo buaIn
roses In inaflo
rosesWhere
Where Ships Are Made MadeNext MadeNext MadeNext
Next south of the Old Dominion DominionWWk Dominionk DominionWorks
Works WWk k Is Deans D n shipyard shlp ard now in In Jli Jlirft iU iUfjfanoy Ii8Igfase
fjfanoy rft f JIUt hut already doing a tfttgl tfttglamount fargtamount Itsgamount
amount of work for Washington and andthe andtbe andthe
the whole Potomac region Then comes comesthe oom oonnsthe l
the extensive and lofty acid manufao manufaolory manufaolory manufactory
lory of the Alexandria Aleft drfa Chemical and andPertiltaer andi andrerulbler
i Pertiltaer Confpany Confp nY which more than thanre thanrepiaQee
npla repiaQee re > paoM th tM lose of the Pioneer Mills Millsformerly Millsformerly l
formerly OB the south edge of Alex Alexandria Alexandriaa i iandr
andria andriaIn andr andrIn andriaaIn
In connection with these works are the thecxtemrtve theCde thecxtenlve
cxtemrtve Cde buildings of the Alexandria AlexandriaChemical AlexandrIaChemical AlexandriaChemical
Chemical and Fertilizer Company oov oovennff ooveNng
ennff enD < < six or seven aeres and buy from frommern frommorn C Cmern
mern morn until evening arid often far into intothe intothe
the night These establishments sur surround surround surround
round the old fish wharf that has been beendwarfed beendwartocl beendwarfed
dwarfed by the new trade tradeThen traderhen tradeThen
Then comes the extensive commercialestablishments commercial commercialestablishments commercJalestabUahments
establishments and coal yards ards of Col ColWilliam ColWilliam ci
William A Smoot and then the Globe GlobePiour GlobeFlour
Flour Mills MUI which replaced a plan fa famous famoos
moW in this section of the country countrymany coun counmany countrymany
many years ago J R Zimmerman ZimmermanCos ZimmormanI ZimmermanCos
I Cos extensive establishments are next nexton
on the south Then with new wharves wharvesand wharveand wharvesand
and new buildings are the works of th the
Mutual Ice I Company which with an ar
teaiau wall n and all the modern improve improvernent Improvement Improvet
rnent t Cents manufactures thousands of tons
of o Ice annually annuallyBuilding annuallyBuilding annuallyBuilding
Building Materials MaterialsAfter MaterialsAfter
After a a block of commercial estab eatabHshments estab1I1i1hmentiJ establiehments
Hshments come Smoot Co and H HK HK
K Fields Fte1cl Co who conduct planing planingmllte planingmUle planingmule
mUle extending to Lee Street These Thesesupply Thesesupply
supply building material to W Washington Washingtonand ashington e eand
and all this section of Virginia and at atthe atthe
the same time do a a large commercial commercialbusiness oommerclalbWilneH commercialbuetneee
business with North Carolina Maine Maineand 1Ialneand Mainea
and a n d Nova No Scotia and other lumber lumbercenters lumbereeaier lumberceaters
ceatersThen centers centersThen
Then begins the steamboat wharvoa wharvoaof
of the AlexandriaWashington ferry
William A Reardons agency for Ran Randalls RandaUs Randells
dells and the Baltimore lines of steamers steam steamera st86mers
ers and W C Wattles Fattles agency for the theNorfolk theortolk theNorfolk
Norfolk ortolk line Crossing Prince Street Streetmanufactures Streetmanufactures
manufactures are again resumed The TheEmerson TheSfinerson 1
Emerson Pump Works are putting on onthe onthe onthe
the market a fine pump which is d du des s
tined as is believed to work a revo
lution in water supply throughout theand the thearid thearid
arid regions and in the mines of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
countryAitcheson country countryAitcheaon countryAltcheaon
Aitcheaon Bros Bro machine sawing
establishment e adjoins Capt Herbert
Brjanfs Br ants extensivo exten lvo fertilizer works at
the foot of o Duke Street There too W V
S Moores Moore Sons are carrying on larga
iron works worksNext workNext worksNext
Next is e the freight depot of the Bal
timore and Ohio Railroad Company Companywhich Companywhich
which connects by a ferry with the rail railway railay railway
way ay at Shepherd a and Joins rails with withthe withthe withthe
the Southerin Railway Ranwa Company that thatconnects thatconnect thatconnects
connects with all the trunk lines lines of the
United States Barytes Mills and Ag Agnews Agonew Ag
news new shipyard continue Alexandrias Alexandriaswork Alexandriaswork s swork
work to the south southBig lIOuthBig southBig
Big Chemical Works WorksIn WorksIn WorksIi
Ii In the very center of the city at King Kingand ICh IChAnd Bangand
and Fairfax Street the chemical works worksof worksot worksof
of E S Leadbeaters Sons manufacture manufacturedrugs manutAoturedrlga manufacturedrpg
drugs medicines perfumes etc to nn 1nextant nnextent n nextent
extent fully equal to many of the lar large ltuJQnorthern largenorthern e enorthern
northern establishments and an supply supplymoat supplymost
most of the Washington druggists druggl aswell as aswell
well as tho those of Norfolk Alexandria Alexandriaand Aleanddand >
and other Old Dominion cities citiesA cltfoA citiesA
A Tremendous TradeThe Trade TradeThe TradeThe
The grocery establishments 8l1tabU hmont of Chnrlo ChnrloKing CoorlOfJIfng CharleeKing
King A Son F 1 S Harper Lindsay LindsayCo
Co and J IL II Crllly Co do H a tremendous tre trentendouti
ntendouti busliiuas buetueseAll busliiuasAll bUMlu bUMluAll
All things thin indicate that Alexandria isat is isat 1sat
at present prt > 8nt excee exceedingly < llngly prosperotis Inbiislneaa in inbusinetts In18InlHllI
businetts and that the promise of the theowning thoolWnlng theOpening
owning of the century Is vastly va > > tI greater greaterthan gle greaterthan tr
than aver ver before In the tne history of the theancient theancfnt theancient
ancient city
In this sketch no mention has beenmade been beenmade beenmade
made of the Immense railroad improvementa improve improvementa
menta which are expected to cost many manymllllonH manyrnlUlon marrymllllon
mllllonH of dollars and to bring to Alee Alfxandria Alt Aleeandria
andria and Its neighborhood a workingpopulation working workingpopulation worklnspapulation
population of about 15000 people
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OFFICERS O J RIXEY President JOHN JO P ROBINSON First Vice VicePresident VicePresident VicePresident k
President GARDNER L BOOTHS BOOTHE Second Vice President C J JRIXEY JRIXEY JRIXEY +
t RIXEY Treasurer NORTON BOOTEE Counsel CounselQsifo A t tVirinia
t t i Qsifo TOTiAcnt Qtirl TVnot fnpTiA QtiATi on i iAuthorized ba bat 3 3t
Virinia Safe udlD JJopUblli Deposit dilHl and Trust lillbu uUlulduiUll uUlulduiUllAuthorized Corporat Corporatioll Corporatiolle
e Authorized Capital 1000000 1000000ALEXANDRIA 1000000ALEXANDRIA 1000000w
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C J Blzey BlzeyJoseph Park Agnew Agme97Oeorga t J K M Norton KortonErank
Joseph E Willard WillardHenry W hard
George S rrench rrenchGardner Erank Hume HumeHenry
Henry Baader BaaderJohn Gardner r1Joothe I Soothe SootheC Henry 8e 3C C Field PieldWe
John P Robinson C C Iieadbeator LeadbeatorWe LoadbeatorWe +
We Act as EXECTTTOK EXEOU OB AD2HHIST3ATOB AD213INIST1 ATOR and TRUSTEE Boot Legal g Advi Advice navj navjESTABLISHED Guarantee Bonds t
on Trusted Tru te4 EmsloytH Judicial Judl al and Contract Bonds BondsESTABLISHED BondsNwwww
Nwwww wwwwwwwwwwwwwwww + wwwwww ww aww www ww wwESTABLISHED
ESTABLISHED 1850 1850OLDS i iE
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F JOHN P ROBINSON President GARDNER L BOOTHE Counsel FIRST NATIONAL BANK BANKTreasurer BANKTreasurerPreeid Treasurer TreasurerPresident t
i President Pre Preeid klftt ant Alexandria Fertilising Fertm g and Attorney for Alexandria City It and salt I AlsxawlrJa Va VaChemical a ae r
e Chemical Company First National BankJOHN Bank BankA Dankl
l A JOHN A MARSHALL MA RSHALL Vice President LEWIS HOOFF Secy and GenI Managercapitalist Manager ManagerCapitalist Mana er erCpltallat
Capitalist CapitalistS CapitalistBespectfully CpltallatTho +
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to toRespectfully L k Respectfully Solicits Your our Account t
f Anything From 100 Upward UpwardWe Upwardt UpwardWe f
t We Allow 3 o on These Deposits DepositsAgency it itALEXANDRrAB
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Agency Agen y Fidelity and Deposit Goa Co of Md Agency HamburgBremen Fire Insurance InsuranceJohn Go GoI GoNormQyle
John D 12y Norlnoyle i iReal a 0 0a
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b p bp Loans JLOans JLOansRoom I Vi O and Insurance InsuranceRoom f It ItRoom +
Room 4 Alexandria Rational Jf tfQPal Bank Building BuildingN
Alexandria Al d Fa V
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Lumber and N1i11 ml Work WorkManufacturers forkManufacturers
Manufacturers of Window Windowand Windowand Windowand
and Door Frames Molding Moldingand Moldingand Moldingand
and Stair Work Dealers Dealersin Dealersin Dealersin
in all kinds of Building BuildingMaterials BllildingMaterials BuildingMaterials
Materials Laths Lime L Lime Limedement i m J
4 Cement 0 em en t Plaster and andShingles andShingles andShingles
Shingles Estimates gladly gladlyand gladlyand gladlyand
and promptly furnished furnishedwhether furnishedwhether furnishedwhether
whether large or small smallOffice smallOffice v v vOffice
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Mill 201217 N Lee Street StreetALEXANDRIA StreetALEXANDRIAV StreetALEXANDRIA
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