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Prices Go Smash.
Women's Suits that were $12.50 and $15.00,
now $8 t , n
Women's Suits that were $25 now $17.50
Plush Carricul and < loth Coats cut uearly to
half. Big bargai^s in Chi dren's Coats.
Women's Skirts greatly reduced.
Comforts and Blankets reduced.
8c Apron Gingham only bl/2c yard.
Furs reduced as never before. lt will pay you
tolookatourfurs. M-M a u
Nemo Self-reducing Corset N-312 for snort
and sout and 314 for tall and ?out reduced from
$3 to $2.25 for this wcek only.
C. B and American Lady Corset reduced to
$1.00 Corset at 50c; $1.50 Corset, 75c Not
all sizes in the lot, but nearly all.
518-20 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
Don't Throw Up Your Hands
when jewelry is raen'ioned.
It i$ not so expeosive if you
buv it at such * ^tore as ours.
And remember ihat our
moderate prices for riogs,
brooches, or trinkcts of any
kind do not me<?n inferior
quality Our reputation for
reliable jewelry is an abso
lute guarantee against that.
What you buy bere is good,
whatever you pay.
Diamond Riogs from $5
Waterman Fountain Pens
from $2 50 up
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers,
106 NORTH ROYAL STREET BELL PHOVE 345-J
The Firsl lalional 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
GARDNER L. BOOTHE
BENOIT BAER. Jr.
M. B. HARLOW
GEO E. WARFIELD]
FRANCIS L. SMIlrt.
Tbla bank with Ita ample capital and snrplus, itsadeqnate equipment
and facilitiea, aolicits the accounta of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers
and individualaon the best terms consistent with sounil banking.
No acconnt too large to be handled aatisfactorily.none too amall to be
IHodero aod Up=to=Date in Every Respect
Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000
Depositors afforded every facility for business, security
Large or smali accounts invited in both Commercial and
Board of Directors
indfreC. K. Nicol Preaident.
A . B Snioot, Vine Preaident.
John A. Marahall, Vi<-? "?"?.<????.,
T. C. 8mith, Vice Preaident and Caaaiar,
*. A. Snioot, Jr
A. H. Rertor.
R i rtotkraU.
C. C. Carlin.
W. A. Hmoot.
P. P. Gorman.
A. O, t'ortner
Details carefully attrnded to for all customers.
We issue drafts on all points of the world.
T^ARR.'yrjl 0. LRiDBBATSB, President,
tPWARi) 6. lkadbkatbb, Vice Preeidem
nwK lbadbbaT?B. 8ec. aad Treaanrer
Mannfflctoring Pharmarit-ts and Pealers in
Painbi, O'ls. Wiudnw <?iess, Dveafffa, Spicea,
Druguist's Fanev Goods* and ^jiecialtiea, Ini
porttrs of Tooth Brntbea, Hair BruBhee, Per
ume-y, Olive Oil, Ao.
Ageutt for Jobn Luraa & Co.'a Tinted
Gloee Paintt, Maanry'a Liqnid Colors and
Devoe'a Lead and Zinc Painta.
Goodt rhipped the day order ia received
Quot-tiona fnrniabed by r*?"'i mail, <-'or
I EGAL N0TKE4.
VIROTN'A 'n th* i 1-rk'a Offi-e cf ihe
* Circnit Conrt ?r*tbe itv <>f AU-xaadna,
on the llta dayofJanaary, tyio.
Henry IHxou ]
v< > In Chancery.
MaMh* Di.trn J
Mfino The ot;j;ot of 'hi<; >,iit is '?> obttia
for tbe oomplainaut a diyorco irom thr baad
of m?trin>cny from the leftndaut, and f>r
genernl rel ef.
It HpoeHiiiig by an affidavit filed in 'hia
cauw thst tbedefeodaat, atanha Dixoa, ij ?
ron-reaidect of this Su:-: ItieOrdeM '
aaid def*nd?nt eppear here withiu tifte n
daya after du. of tbia orhr^^o
do what ia aaeavaary to prcte-t berint
in thia suit, and that a copy of this order be
furlh*ith iaaafte* in the Alexandria Gax'tte,
a newsoaper pnbliahod in the City of Alex?
andria, onee a week for four enecrsjive weeka.
and poafed a*. the front door of the Court
Kuuae of thia citv.
.__ NEVELLS GREENAWAY.Clerk.
gljrii H. Macaee, p. n. janll w4w-tn
FK'DAY EVKNIMi. JAN. 14, W10.
He Was a Good Mixer.
There used to be a popular minister
In Indlanapolls who was well kiiown
ln LoulsvLlle. He was pastor of one
of the leading churcbes of the city.
lle was bullt on the plan of the late
Henry George, whose motto was, "I ani
for men." This Indlanapolls preacher
was what ls called a "good mlxer."
One day he stopped in a blacksmlth
shop to chat with tho workmen. Dur
ing tho vlslt a tlorid faced man of
prospcrous appearance came into the
shop. He and the mlnister begau
chatting, but nolther knew tho other's
line of business. They bccamrf^good
friends ln a few minutcs. Finally the
florld faced man produced hls card.
whlch announced that he was in the
saloou business on Wost street.
"Come down to my place auy time,"
he said, "and 1*11 show you a good
'All right," replied the mlnister,
"and, by tho way. I'm running a pretty
good place myself. Come and see me,
and 111 fihow you a good time."
"1*11 sure do that" said the other.
"But, by tbe way, where is your jolnt?"
"My jolnt," was the reply, "ls the
Flrst Presbyterinn church. Just in
qulre for Myron W. Weed. the pastor,
and 1*11 be at your service."?Louis
The Military Salute.
All salutes, from taklng off tbe bat
to presenting arms, orlglnally implied
respect or submission. Of military sa?
lutes, raising the rlght hand to the
head is generally believed to have orig
inated from the days of the tourna
UHMit, when the knlghts liled past the
throne of the qiieen of beauty and by
way of eompUment raJaad tbeir hands
to their brows to imply that her beauty
was too (lazzliug for unshaded e\ ?
The ollicer's salute with the sword
haa ? double meaning, The tirst posi
tlon, with the bilt opposite the lips. is
a repetith.n of the crussjiler's action in
Uaelng the eroaa bilt of trda aword ln
token of fnith and fealty. while h.wer
ing the polnt afterward impliei ettber
aubmiaaiou or Mendablp, meaning in
either case tbat lt is no lODger noces
sary to st.ind 09 gnard. Kaising the
hand to the forehead has also been ex
plaloed aa ? aign tbat tha weaponed
hand is empty and in an inofl'ensive
position, but this reason does not seem
so conviucing as the others.
A Toothsome Revenge.
During the reign ol Clmries II., the
age of gallantry. lt was the CUatOUl
imoog genOemtn when they drank a
iady's health ln order that they might
do her stlll more honor to destroy at
the same time some part of their elotb
Upon one occasion Sir Hiarles Bed
ley was dining in a tavern and bad ?
particularly line neektie on. where
opon one of hls friends to play him a
trlck drank to tbe bealtb of a certain
lady, at the same time throwlog his
neektie ln the tire. Of course Sir
Cbarlea bad to do likewise. bat bo g<>t
cven, for not long after that. dining
witb the same company, he drank tbe
health ol' a fair one, at llie same time
orderitig a dentist whoni he bad en
gaged to he preaeal to pull out a re
fractory tootb whlch bad been trou
blincr him. Every one else was obliged
in this mamier to mourn a molar.
Canada owus a forest largcr ln area
than the whole of England, BcoUand
and Wales all pot togetber. The great
est length of Brftain is ('<|Vs mllea, and
its greateet widtb 82S mllea, while ?
Canadiau forest in the Hmlsoii bay
and Labrador region is 1,000 by L700
mllea ln extent Anotber blg forcat
atretcbea from Alaaka to Waahington
state. The Amaxon baaln, Bootfa Amer
ica. compriaea aboot 2,100 bj 1.300
mlles of forest. while Centrai Africa
has a forest region &0O0 niiles from
DOrtb to south and of unknown widt!i
from eaat to weat, aod tbe plne, larch
and cedar forests of Siberia are .'i.OOO
by 1,000 miles in extent.
"What?a boy of your age doesn't
know tho parts of .speecb'" cxclaimed
the schoolmasi. i.
"Xo, sir," replied the pupll.
"Haren't you ever heard of a nounT
"Oh, yes, sir:"
"W.'ll, what eomea nextl"
*T don't know. sir."
"A pronoiin," said tbe master. "Now
remember that. Then comes the verb.
Now what foliows tbatr
"A prOTerb, please, sir."?London
Doing Very Well.
"IIow's your aoa making out in busi?
ness'.-" aaked tbe first capitaliat
"Very well. indeed." replie<l the
other; "he's got a <juarter of a million."
"V.'hy. you atarted him with a mil?
lion. didu't your
"Yes, and it's two months now sinre
he atarted operatJona in w'aii street."
?Catholic Staudard and Times.
A Choice of Calves.
The difliculties the e.niy Vtrginiao
COiOOiata had with their live atock is
curiously Diuatrated by 'he fact that
in the cotony of Ifaaaaebiaaatta Bay a
red calf was cheaper than a blark one,
experieuce barlng abown that tbe fot>
mer was more likely to be atta'ked by
wolTea owtng, it waa tbovgbt, to tbe
wohes mlstaking lt for a dei
Edith-Tou say old Mr. Goldley de
relved Edith dreadfully nbout hls age?
Glndys?Yes. poor giri: After they
were inarrled he confessed tbat he was
anly slity Instead of seventy-flve.
Qenulne Faith Cura.
Towne?Do I underatnnd you to say
that Spencer's case waa really a falth
cure? Browne?Yea. You eee. the
doctot and the druggiat both truated
Dn yon nae an atomtzer in treaiing
Na>al Cat'rrh? If ?n tou will appreo;ate
Eh's Liquid Cream Balrp, the qniok.^ ac<l
aareat renieiy fr thia di e?fe. ln ali eiirs
tive propeMita it is identified with thetolid
Oreim Ralm, whieh is ao fitmnUB and aa xue
<e<'ful in ov*>re<iming C?tarrh, Hsy Fe?#r
and Cold in th<" h^ai. There ia rcliefin tbe
tir'-t r"aah of apray upon the h'aUd a*matiy>.
air-pa?Mig>s All drngaist< 78c , imladin?
'privitur tnha, or maded by Uy Bros., 56
Warrfn atreet S?w York._
We are ?alling many hottlaa of Cherry
Coaiih Syrap daily aa tbe beat lemedy for
cnaeb* known. A good, proaapt anre, 36a.
E. i. UadbeaUr * loaa.
VIRGINIA.?Ir the Clerk'a Office ofthe
Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria,
on the 24th day of Decenib'r, 1909
Mnry I ewia, in I er own right, and aa admia
iatratriz with the wili anneifd of Jamea
P, I.ewia, deceaaed, complainant va. The
National Investment and Injpro?enrut Aa
8-w iation, a oorporation uuder the Uw? nf
Vireinia, The National Mutual Benetit
Corporalion. a rorooration underthelawi
Virfisu; Bobavt II. L'oward in hia own
right and aa truatee. R. W. Moore aa trua
tee, C B Pi?reear,d Janaea P. Lewia.jr.
Memo. The object of thia auit ia todiasolve
the aaid The National lurettroent and Ini
provenient Aaaociation by a deeree of the
Circuit Court cf Alexandria city, virginia,
and have a rec-iver appointed by aaid eonrt
to take chartre of all cf tbe aiaets of the aaid
aaooiation with inatruotnna and anthority to
ini-titute the nweaaary prcceeumga to oompel
the aaid Robert H. Coward in hia own right
and as truMeetoaecount for the moneya dueto
the aaid aaaociatiou, and to institute all other
nereaaary proceedingi to ree I ze the aaeeta of
aaid aaaociation and for an injunetion againat
aaid Coward in hia own right and aa trnatee,
and The Nstioncl Mntual Henefit Corpora
tiou and for general relief.
't appearing by an affidavit filed in thia
eause tbat the defendanta, ('. B Pieree,
Jmb P. I^wia. jr, and Robert H. Coward.
are non-reaidenta of thia State: It ia 0?
dered, That aaid defendanta appear here with
in fifteen daya after dne publieation of thia
order, and do what ia necea&ary toprotect
their interest* in thia auit, and that a copy of
thia onler be forthwith inaerted in the Alexan?
dria (mzette, a newapaper publiahed in the
city of Alexandria, once a waek for 'our ane
resaive weeka, and poated at the froot door of
the Court House of thia city.
NKVELL 8. GRESNAWAY, Clerk
R. II. Ford, )
A. T. Holtunan, } P. Q
C, E. R _ J_dec24 w4w-f
yrRGIN!A.-In the Clerk'a office of tnt
? Corporation Conrt of the city of Alexan?
dria, on the 30th day of Detember, 1900.
Wiiliam Denmine, Jr. aurviving partaer of
tlr tirni nf Wiiliam Deraaine, 8r, ard
Wiliiam Demaine, Jr , 'ately trading un
der the fi-m name of VI illiain Deraaine and
Bon, who auea on hehalf of himvlf and anch
other crfditora of r-arah Fry ifjrmerly
Sur-h Murray), deeeesed, aa may beooine
partiea. to thia auit and contribute to tbe ei
p*nses ihere-.f, va. Lucy Murray. in her
own right, and alao aaadmioiatratrix of tbe
eatnte <f Sitrah Fry. deceaaed; Mary D.
Mnrray: the unknown beiraor Ah'nd Mur.
rav, deceax?d; John W. Payne; Geo. Payno,
the infaut acn of Mary Payne, deceaaed;
Wi'liam Payne, 8r.; Frink Payne; John
P*jn*, and-Patre. hia wife. and
Wiiliam Payne, Jr., and HesMe Payne, hia
wife. In chanoery,
Memn. '] (.,? ntijHct of thi>- ?ui>. ia to convere
the credito.sof t^arah Frv (forrnerly Sarab
Murray i.drreued, to pxamine and have paae
ed upou in the court the aocouut of aduinia
tr&tinn rf f ui y Murray, adminiatratrix of
aaid Sarab Fry'a estate, and to obtnin a de
eraa of ih? court aubjecting th- real eatate ot
aaid Sarah Fry, which ii MtuaUd on the weet
8:de of Pltt B'reet, between Pendleton and
Oronoco *t-e*ta,in the city of Alexaodria,Vir
ginia to a I* tor the pevment oftbedebta
due by aaid .?'arah Fry and by her eatate, and
It appearin^nyan affidavit filed in thiacanae
thal t!i- de'endsnta Mary D. Murray, the
unknown heira ol Alfred Mnrray, deceaaed:
John W Pa*ne; George Pavne, the iofant
?on rf Mary Payne, dece aed.Williaai Payoe.
Pr : and J'hn Payne and Payne, bia
wife, are noureaidenta of tbia atate,
It ia Ordered: Tbat aaid defcndacU appear
he>e aritJbia tifteen uayaafter due pnblieation
ot thia order, ar.d dowhat is neceaaary to pro
t*cr their intereat in thiaauit, and that acopy
of thia crder oe forthwith inaerted intheAlex.
andria Gaaette, a newapaper publiahed in the
i it) of Alexandria, once a week for ioar
ancceaaive weeka, and poeted ? at the front
door of the foun Hooae of thia city.
A copy ?Tkstk.
NEVELL B. GREENAWAY, Derk.
Poliinwn Moirn>e. p q r'e-^O w4w-w
NOTIfF. ?Having qualified aa execntor
of tbe wili and eatate of tVILLIAM P.
WCOLLS, Sr., deceaaed, all peraona baviog
clainiH againtt the aaid eatate are bereby noti
fied to preaent the aarae, duly veriried to me
for aetileroent. and all peraona indebted to
aaid eatate are bereby notifled to make
prorxit payment of anch icdebudoeta to raa.
VTILI.UM VTOOLM. ScMfalcr.
The) Sewing' Light
makes the long evening brilliant with
its steady white light for sewing or
reading. Made of brass, nickel plated
and equipped with the latest im
proved central draft burner.
The Rayo is a low-priced lamp,
but you cannot get a better lamp at
t? Once a Rayo user, alway* one
I Every Dealer Everrwaere. If Not At Youra, Wrlte for
/ Deacriptive Circulir to the Nearest Agtncy of the
STANDARD OIL COMFANY
PURE FOOD STORE.
Fresh from the churn to you every Friday at
the very moderate price of ...... ?
38cts per pound
We sollcit your butter trade, Call or write.
Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets
Virgioia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation
\othorized CapiaJ Paid in Caplta!
C. J. Rixey, Johu P. Robinson, Thomas J. F.innon, C CLeadbeatet
Henry K. Field, hfci.tj Raader, C?<ue fc. rr?r><b. J. K M NortOD
We act as Executor, Adininistrafor and Trustee. Issue Fidel
ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds- General Banking and
Trust Bu8ines8 Transacted. fnterest paid on Savings Accounts
We solicit the accounts of Banks, CorporarJons, Flrtns and Individ
jals, and oromise Uberal treatment consistent with sound bankin?
the use of a goodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
food from gettinginto yuur systera.
The latest product of scienca is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle,
rellable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the
stomaeh and bowels, and Isof the greatest possible efficacy in constjpation, indigestion,
bilJousness, si:k headache, feverishness, coUc.rUtuleuce, etc. Try VF l
M>2 King Street Store,.$40 00 : 1323 Queen Street.SIJJJ
311 N Washin??ton Street S40 00 ! 324 S. Patrick Mreet. ?g
121 S. St Asaph Street.$25 00 226 N. Pitt Street *-JJ
1123 Duke Street.$16<0 32SS. Patrick Street 9.00
31* S. Patrick Street.$13 00 ! 719 Wilkes Street. 6.00
Realty, Insurance, Bonding? 628 King Street.
THE BEST MEDICINAL WHISKY
Headquarters for the BEST WINES
AND LIQl'ORS in the city.
Ring and Alfred Streets. Both Phones.
VIBGINIA.-In the Clerk'a Offireof the
Corporation Caurt of the City of Alex
aadria, on the H)th day of January, 1901.
Harriet L. Maloney)
va. !? In chancery
Irring B. Maloney j
Memo. The object of thil aait ia to obUin
an abaolute diTor'e by Harriet L, Malonc
from Irving B. Maloney upon t^e gronnd of
nnlawful deeertion aod ahandonment 'or
more than three yeara prinr to the ii.atitution
ef thia aait and for the eaatody of the inf-nt
ehildrea, Janaea Irriog asd Andrew B'adi-y
In appearing by an afodavit filed in thia
nanae that the defendant. Irriog B Maloney,
ia a noD-reaident of thia State: lt is Ordered,
That aaid defendant appear here wiihin fif
u-en "aya after due publicatioo of thia order,
and ao what ia nece?aary to proiect his in
tereat in thia auit, ?nd that a copy of thia or*
der be forthwith in'ertsj* in the Alexandria
Gazette, a newspaper puMished in the City ol
Alexandria, onre a week for four aacreeatve
weeka. aod poated at the front door of the
Court Hooas of this city.
NFVELL ?. GP.EESAWAY, Clerk.
Samuel G. Brent, p. q. i&alt w4w-m
WALTER L. GAHAN
New York Life Insurance Co.
DROPME A P03TAL.
522 Soutfa Alfred S'reet.
AWxaadria ...'... Virgioia.
D oo't worrr ahoat *aar aorna. LDCK
ETT'S FOOT KE8T PLAFTER will lake
them oti like magic witlaapt riandagisg or
qpaatog. liaaaaaawaaa- ftopw aa Wttl * ytrar
eorn. ti amtfmBPi for WV
Modernly eqoipped for bankic* in ita vari
Depoaiu reoeived aabject to check at aight
Colleotiona made on all poini*.
Pigh-grade inveatment eccoritiia bonght
Lettera of Credit aad Foteign Exchanjre
Rafe Depoait Boxea for rent.
A Savings Department in which interaat la
alloarerl on H^pnaihv_
Gabdnkr L. Bootbk M I M. B. Bablow,
PEK8IDBNT. J J Vice Preaident.*
Gao. ?. Warfikld, Cabhibr.
First National Bank.
Deelgnated Deposltory of the
SUBPLUS AND TJNDrVIDED
PBOFTTB .... $175,000
Q. L. BOOTlIE, M. B. HABLOvV
0. E. WABFITLD, j. t, MlTUL
WALTER H0BEBT8, R PA^lw/B,
FRANCI8 L. 8MITH.
Prompt attention givma to all rjaatauaa. ia
Mudlng jollectiouj thrriagBoai taa UalaW
The late aammer and fall ia ooe of the beat
timea in the year to paint your boun. Don't
forget that we are head?iaarten for every
thing in the paint lin*. 8ee ua before yoa
oUce yoar order. S. & I*adbta*er * ttooa
EES Caator OU. Molhalrv^pwiUT
praita it aa the tfreetevt preparation of ifi
flad YewretairaVeuifHl Mlae It. too. 10s
perfioftle. E. 8. Xeadbeafer * *oni.
Tralna leave Unloa Btation AlexarJ?
In Effect November 7,1909,
N. B?Followingaehedole figoree pvblia..
only aa Infonnatlon. and ara not guaraatea
7:47 A. M.-Dailj Localbetween Waahlag
tcn and Danville.
?47 A. M.-DeJJy-Looal for Harriaoo
'7arg, and way ttatioof.
9.17 A. M.-Daily-U. 8. Faat Mail. rHon
only for paeaengera for pointa aoath at Thie1
aobeduled to stop. Flra eiaaa ooachea, aleep
era to Rirmiughain and drowing-roora tleer
er? fo New Orleana. Dinina oar aerrloe
1< 17 A. M?Daily?Mail traln. Coachaa
for Manataaa, Charlotteavill , Lynehburg,
Danville aod Gnenaboro. 81e?per Greena
boro to Atlanta
1.17 p. m.-Week Daya?Local for War
reniou a'.d Straeburg Junction.
4.32 P. M. Daily?Birmiugbara apeoiaL
SWping cara. betwern New >or- ngnita,
Aiken acc Jackaonviile. Sleeper to Birming
ham Throug nrsi-cla a co<chea bctween
Waahingtcu an Jackaonvili*. Diding oar
eervice. Tonr at t California four timee
437 P. M.-Week Daya?Local for B>
raonburg and way itationa on Manaaati
6:12 P. M.-Daily-Local for Warreo
10:27 P. M.-Daily?Waahington and Cr.
canocga Limited (via Lynehburg;. Fl
clasa coach and aleeping oarsto Roarf
ICnoxville and Chattanooga B per to New
Or'eaua. IV ington to Boanoke. Dining
11.-02 P. M.-Dailv-New York, Atlanta
and v Orleana Limited. All Pullman
train, el' b and obeerration cara to Naw Or
leana. BW era to Aahsviile, Atlanta, Ma
con and New OrUai Sleeper to Charlotte,
Ihn ?> oar aarvioe.
4:27 A M.?Da'ly?Memphia arjcial.
Sleepera and roachea for Roanoke, huox
ville, Na?hville, Cbattanooga and Mem?
phia. Dining oar aervice, Waahiugton
sleeper open 10:00 P. M.
Througn traina from the South arri ve a A ?
AT&nd'ria 6:13 and t>-:S3 im 10:23 A. M.
2.13, 7.24, 10:38 and 11.58 P. M. daily. Har
nsonbu g 11:28 A. M. week daya and 9:13
PM.dai From CbarlotteeTille9:28 A. M.
TRAINSON BLUEMONT BRANCtt.
Leave Alexandria (W. AO. Station, week
daya at 8:'i2 A. M. and 3.65 P. M. for Jllue
mont; 6:33 P. M. week daya for Leeafcurg;
4 65 P. M. daily for Rlueniont and 9:23 A.
M-, local, oo Bnnday* onlv for BIcemont.
For detailed aehedole figurea, tickeU, Pull?
man rewsrvation,etc., appTy to
WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Ticka
Agent. Alexandria, Va,
C. H. ACKERT.Vice Prea. and Gen. Mgr
8. H. HARDWICK, Paaa. Traf. Mgr.
H. F. CARY, General Pamenger Agent.
L. 8. BROWN, General Agent.
_Waahingtow. D. O.
Washingtou, Alexandria 6
Mt. Vernon Railway.
IneftectlMay 1, 1909.
For Waahington, from corner Prlnoe and
Royal rtreeta. week daya, at 640, 6 06, 6 20,
630, 6 40, ?66,706, 716, 730, 740,7 60,800.
815, 8 25, 836, 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 60.
10 10,10 30,10 60,1110, 11 26, 11 30, 11 ?0 a.
m.. 12 10, 12 26, 12 30. 12 60, 1 10, 1 26. 1 30,
1 50, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 50,3 06, 3 25, 3 38, 3 60
4 1 4 26, 4 30,4 40, 466, 6 10, 6 26, 6 36, 650,
6? ,6 20, 630, 6<<5, 700, 715, 7 25, 8 00,
i 3-, 900, 930,1000,1030, 1110 and 1166
Sundaya? 7 00,7 35.810.8 20,8 40. 9 00, 9 20,
9 40, 100 , 1020, 1040, 1100.1120 and 1140
a. m., 12 00, 12 20, 12 40, 100 120,140,2 00
2 20,2 40,3 00,3 20, 340,400 420,440,600
5 20, 540, 6 00, 6 20, 640. 7 00 720,740,8 00
830. 900, 930, 1000. 10* , and 1110 p.m
fob mo inrr ?skkos.
Leare AJexindria for Moont Vernon, week
daya, 5 45, 666, 7 56, 851, 1025, 11 26. a. ro.
11 25, ' 25, 2 ifl. 130. 4 40, 8 36, 6 30. 716,
8 ?0, 9 50, 10 50 -m< 11 60 p. m.
Bonrtays?7 00, 8 30, 930, 10 30,1130 a, ro.
12 30, 1 30. 2 30,1 30, 430, 630, 630, 78f
8 46 and V> 16 p. m.
BCHBDCLB FOB ALHXAKDRIA CITY OAB,
Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 60
10 26. 11 00, 11 35 a. m.; 12 30, 1 05, 1 36
2 06, 2 45, 3 30, 4 06, 4 35, 5 06, 6 45, 6 30
7 06, 7 46, 8 25, 9 00, 9 40 p. m
Leave Ppring Park 8 05, 8 30, 8 66, 9 it
10 10, 10 46, 11 20 a m.; 12 16, 12 60
1 20, 1 60 2 30, 8 16, 8 C0, 4 20, 4 60,6 *
g OV f Mi 7 ?(. ? 10 * 4? i 9f ir OP r> v
W asiiingtoi) feontberu h
Scbcdnle in eftect Not. 7,1909.
Traina leave Union Station for Waahint"
aod pointa north at 7 13, 8(8, 8 23 and 9 61
a m 12 1, 2 30, 8 07, 818, and 1133 p. aa.,
Kor Frederirksburg, Richmocd and point
?nutb at 4 37, 7 43 (local). and '0 22 a. m?
12 tO, 4 22. 4 42, 6 18, 6 07 and 7 42 p. m.
Acoommodation forFrodericaabuiM a; 618
p. m.' aily.
Noti :?Time of arrlTalt and departur*
and oonnectiona not sraaranteed.
W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Maaairer
MA8YLAND, DELAWARE AND Vlt
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY
Steamaraof Tbia Line Leava Aieiardris
on and after May 16, 1909,
Every MONDAY, WEDNE8DAY, and
8ATURDAY at 4:30 p. m.
OR BAJLTIMORE AND ALL THJ
UBUAL RIVER LANDIN08.
Cuiaino and appointmenta nnexoalled
Frelght for Baltimore, Pbiladelpbla aa
"*ew York aolicited and handled with cara,
Through ratea and billa of lading iaaaad.
Single fare to Baltimore, $2,50; ronnd trip
$3.60. ?"Utorooma, one way. $1.50. Meala. GOe
REARDON & GRIME8, Agenta.
Foot orflarneron atreet.
Potomac & Chesapeake
NEW NORFOLK LINE
On an After October 14
STKAMEK 8T. JOHNS.
urday. Leavea \V'a?hington from 8th A wharf,
5 p m.; Alexandria, Cameron at. wharf, 5: <)
p m.; Colonial Beacb, 10 p. m. Arrirea Old
Point. 6 a m.: Norfolk. 7 a? m.
NoBTHtoi'ND?S"uoday, Wedoesday and
Friaay. Leavea Norfolk, CoTime-ce at. d> ck,
I p m.; 011 Point. 5 p. ra ; Colotial Beacb,
12 midnigb'. Arrivea Alexandria, 530 a. m.:
Waahington, 6 am.
Connectiona at Colonial Beach and Waah?
ington with local ateamera for Potomac river
landinga. At Norfolk and Waahington with
Fare, one wav, $2.00; round trip, $3 01.
W. R. EMMERT. Vice Prea. and Gen. Mgr.
W. F. CARNE, Jb.. Gen. Agt.
REARDON A GRIME8, Ageota, Al'xandria.
General losorance AgeBty
Keeaa Ne. 4, Barke 4k Herbert Bldy
Tha oompaniaa represented in thia ofBoa
naveaaaeU of orar $100,000,000. Amoag
Martford Flra Inaaranee Ca
Llverpool 4k London & Qleka
/fttna Inaaraoee Co.
Northern Aiauraaca Ca.
Sprlagflald Flre A Marlne.
Prompt attention giTen to adjoatmani ot
louea and all mattere oonnartad ?.ith inrar
JOHH P. ROBIWSOW, GEO. S. FBKNltH
Preaident. ^^^ SecreU/y.
Fertilizers, Fertilizer i ,
terials &Sulphuric Acioi
Aak your dealer for the Alexandria Ferl
tiluer ft Chetnical Co.'a Prodnct. \
rn9mRMm. ?nd Potomac River Wbarf.
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