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Trains leave Union Station, Alexandria.
In effect November 27,1910.
N. B.?Following schedule figures pub
lished only as information, and are not
guaranteed, r *" *: "*
, 7:47 A. M.?Daily local between Wash
ington and Danville
S:47 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harrison
burg and way stations.
9:17 A. M.?Daily?U. S. Fast Mail.
Stops on ly for passengers for points south
a which scheduled to stop. First class
coaches; sleeping cars to Birmingham
and drawing room sleeping cars to New
Orleans. Dining car service.
11:17 A. M.?Daily?Mail train. Coaches
Danville and Greensboro. Sleeping cars
Greensboro to Atlanta.
4:47 P. M.?Week days?Limited for
Warrenton, Charlottesville and Harri
4:32 P. M.?Daily?Birmingham spec
ial. Sleeping cars between New York,
Atlanta, Arniston and Birmingham.
Through first-class coaches between
Washington, Atlanta and Birmingham.
Dining car service. Tourist to California
five times weekly.
3:52 P. M.?Week days-Limited for Har
risonburg and way stations on Manassas
branch. Pullman buffet parlor car.
5:12 P. M.?Daily?Local for Warren
6-37 P. M.?The- Southern's Southeast
ern Limited for Columbia, Charleston,
Aiken, Augusta, Savannah and Jackson
ville, Through Pullman drawing room,
state room sleeping cars. Coaches.
10:27 P. M.?Daily?Washington and
Chattanooga Limited (via Lynchburg).
First-class coach and sleeping cars to
.Roanoke, Knoxville and Chattanooga.
Sleeper to New Orleans, Washington to
Roanoke. Dining car service.
~ IT.02 P. M.?Daily?New York, Atlanta
and New Orleans Limited. All Pullman
train, club and observation ears to New
Orleans. Sleeping cars to Asheville,
Atlanta, Macon and New Orleans. Sleep
ing cars to Charlotte. Dining car service.
4:27 A. M.?Daily?Memphis special.
Sleeping cars and coaches l'or Roanoke,
Knoxville, Nashville, Chattanooga and
Memphis. Dining car service. Wash
ington sleeping cars open 10:00 P. M.
Through trains from the south arrive
at Alexandria 6:13 and 628, 836 and 10:23
a. m., 2:13, 7:23, 10:13 and 1158 P. M.
daily, Harrisonburg 11:38 A. M. week
days and 9:13 P. M. daily. From Char
lottesville 9:28 A. M.
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Alexandria.(W. & O. Station)
?week days at 822 A. M., 3:55 and 4:55 for
Bluemont; 633 P. M.week days for Laes
burg; 4:55 P. M. daily for Bluemont and
9.23 A. M., local, on Sundays only for
Bluemont. , , i
For detailed schedule figures, tickets,
Pullman reservation, etc., apply to
WILLIAM G. LEUEW,
Union Ticket Agjent, Alexandria, Va.
?. II. COAPMAN, Vice Pros & Gcn.Mgr.
S. H. HARD WICK. Pass. Traf. Mgr.
H. F. CARY, General Passenger Agent.
L. S. BROWN, General Agent.
Washington, D. C.
Washington Southern Ry.
Schedule in effect Nov. '27, 1910.
Trains leave Union staJJ??/?r4^f?"
m iucI points north at 7 43, o
tnd S 31 a. m., 12 01,2 30, S 07, 8 IS and
P* Frcdori'cksburp, pchmond and
south at 4 37, ? 53 09c? lo 1 a ?v?
12 16, 4 27, 5 17 (local) 7 42 and 9 57
immbdation for Fredericksburg at
l m.. daily. On week days this
is through to Milford.
-Time ofarrivalsand departures
nections not guaranteed.
1 TAYLOR, Traffic Manager,
Richmond, \ a
In effect Novombor 1, li>10.
For Washington, froni corner Pnnce
and Royal streets, week days, at 5 40,
1V>X ? ?>?? ?
io jo 12 25.12 30,12 oO, 110, 1 \ ^
1 50 ~ lo' 2 25,2 30, 2 50,3 05, 3 25, 3 3?, 3 i>0,
C Qiv (j i>o G 30, C 4o, 7 00, 7 lo, < **>> 8 00, o
0 no' 931 10 00,10 30,1110 and 1155 p. m.
KdiVs-7 00, 7 35, S10. S 20, 8 40. 9 00,
9 20,9 40,10 00,10 20,10 40, 11 00. 1L20 and
PfS&g, 2 4o! 3 fe. 3 So:A 4 00, 4 ?:
4 40* 5 oo' 5 20 5 40, G 00, G 20, G 40, 7 00, i ~0,
SW, S30 9 00, 9 30, 10 00, 10 30and
1110 p. m.
FOK MOUNT VERNON.
Leave Alexandria for Mount Vcraon,
lavs1*?*5 ft* & .V<V. &
50 0 50,10 50 and 11 50 p. ru.
Sundays?7 00. S 30, 9 30, 10 30, 11^ a.
m., 12 30,1 30, 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30, 6 30, i 30,
5 40 and 10 1C p. n?.
Ready for Christmas.
H. BLOCH, King Street.
Is ready to receive orders for
Fruit Cakes, Pound Cakes,
and many other things needed during
the joyous season will be furnished at
Electric lights add to the comfort
and cheerfulness of the home that
/ will be greatly appreciated at
this season of the year.
Electric lights are better adapted
for decorative purposes than any
other kinds of illumination. As
they do not burn with an open
flame, the danger of catching
~ decorations on fire is overcome.
No matches are required to light
them. Wire your house now.
Alexandria Electric Co.
524 King Street.
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
Greatest known Water for Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, Kidney and Liver
Leading Physicians endorse it and tes
tify to its great merit.
A K ELKCT1UC LAMP would make o
A. fcnmlsj'jiue Xmas present. 516 and
?6.?-We & WN_a
Dr. T. B. Cochran's House
3T>' Having purchased the handsome residence of Mr.
P. McK. Baldwin, Dr. Cochran has placed his house
in my hands.
FOR QUICK SALE.
Beautiful side yard, lot sixty feet front.
Applicants coming forward you will have to speak
now if you want this.
313 KING STREET.
on the side-of the house where
winter blasts strike hardest always
has a lower temperature than the
rest of the house. There are times
when it is necessary to raise the
temperature quickly or to keep the
temperature up' for a long period.
That can't be done by the regular
method of heating without great
trouble and overheating the rest of
the house. The only reliable
method of heating such a room
alone by other means is to use a
. . Absolutely smokeless and odorless
which caa be kept at full or fow heat for a short or long time.
Four quarts of oil will give a glowing heat for nine hours,
without smoke or smell.
An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font.
Filler-cap does not screw on; but is put in like a cork in a bottle,
and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost.
An aatomaffc-lockfng I3ame spreader prevents the
wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to
remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in an instant.
The burner bodv or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be unscrewed
In an instant for rewicking. Finished in japan or nickel, strong, durable, well
made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental. Has a cool handle.
Dealers Everywhere. If Ml Ct
1314 King Street.
Fine Store Room,
801 Duke Street. .
10 Room Brick and Bat1*.
1450 Duke Street,
Store and Dwelling,
424 S. Washington Street.
11 Room Frame and Brth.
1000 King Street,
Fine Store Room.
1305 King Street.
7 Room Framed
1700 Prince Street.
New 6 Room Frame, with^gocd
601 S. Alfred Street,
7 room Frame.
1827 Duke Street,
7 Room Frame.
335 S. Patrick Street.
6 Room Frame,
337^S. Patrick Street,.
6 Room Frame,
127 Prince Street.
8 Room Brick.
601 S. St< Asaph Street.
Store and Dwelling,
314 S. Henry Street,
6 Room Frame, 'j
407 Queen Street.
6 Room Frame
619j"S. Patrick Street.
6 Room Brick.
When Buying Fuel
The consumer must always figure on the ac
tual amount of heat and comfort that is got
?\<*n for the moneT' spent.
We believe that our connections of long
standing, coupled with the large amount of
fuel that we buv, make it possible for us to
sell the very highest grades of Coal and Wood
at prices that are cheapest to the consumer.
A trial order of our Coal and Wood, or an
opinion from some of our satisfied customers,
wHl prove that our idea of putting quality y
first is correct.
W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC.
Order Office, 529 King Street.
W. G. ATHERHOLT W. E. DIENELT
Columbia Optical Co., Inc.,
EXPERT OPTICIANS 908 F Street Northwest, Washington, D. C.
Opera Glasses, Lorgnettes, Reading Glasses, Opti;al
' ; Novelties, &?c., for Xmas.
j Eyes "Examined,,FREE. ... Quick Repairing. Very I>owcst Priccs.
> -N. H?Iexaarime. eyes and fit glasses at my Alexandria Office, 51-1 Prince
street, after 7:00 p. m.; also MORNINGS and SUNDAYS by appointinont
8ep36m W. E. DHiNELT, Optician.
On all FANCY CHINA prior to stocktaking January 1. 1911.
I have a line of Aluminum Ware, prices as low as the lowest.
Haviland. American and Austrian Dinner Sets and open stock.
Will keep full line Housefurnishings, Glassware all kinds. I de
sire to thank my friends and patrons for the liberal patronage
during the holidays and wish them all a very prosperous and
happy New Year.
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SATUItDAY EVENING,- DEev' 31
________ _ j ?
WHOLESALE MURDER El.
Declaring in a drunken and jtalous
rage that he would wipe out his entire
family, William P. Strickler, a "\irgin
ian, shotto-death his wife and .step
daughter, and then fired a iullet
through his own head, shortly jefore
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, ii the
kitchen of the Strickler home, 2417
east Lafayette avenue, Baltimore.
Strickler is alive, but the surgeons at
St. Joseph's Hospital say that hisjife is
hanging by a thread. His sku?\ sus
tained a compound fracture from the
force of a .3S caliber bullet.
The dead are: Mrs. Flora Strickler,
aged 38 years, formerly Mrs. Flora
Kite, of Shenandoah and Harrison
burg, Va. She was shot through the
head and left leer.
Miss Eula Kite, aged 19 years, step
daughter of Strickler and telephone op
erator at the Mount Vernon Exchange.
Shot through the head, the bullet en
tering an inch behind the right eur.
Two other children in the house who
escaped (he assassin's bullet were:
C'arerice Kile, aged 15 years and Miss
Myrtle Kite, aged IS years.
Mrs. Strickler was a divorcee and
her former husband, Ernest Kite, i>
said to bo living at Clifton Forge, Vn?
Make your wife, daughter, mo her
or sister "happy.The RED CROSS SHOE
will bring the smile. They give the
comfort and the stylo. J. A.Marshall
Bro., 432 King str?et.
With head crcct, shoulders squared,
and eyes leveled at the battery of cam
eras trained on him, Joseph G. Robin,
the indicted banker, stepped from his
sister's home in New York yesterday
morning to face arrangement, calm in
the knowledge that he had swallowed
a dose of hyoscin. the subtle and deadly
alkaloid with which Dr. Crippen killed
his wife, Belle Elmore. He collapsed
on the threshold of the court, with tho
' '"I'm a dead man; I've taken poison
The case was postponed in the great
est excitement, a stomach pump was
hurriedly brought into play and the
sick man was carried out of the Crimi
nal Courts building, first to the prison
hospital adjacent and later to Bellevue.
No charge of attempted suicide is en
tered against him, and it is thought lie
will recover, although the action of
hyoscin is slow, and much will depend
on his vitality.
If vou are suffering from bilious
ness, constipation, indigestion, <chronic
hcadache, invest one cent in a po.lai
card send to Chamberlain Medicine
Co.,' Des Moines, Iowa, with your
i name and address plainly on the back,
and they will forward you a free sam
pi, oi Chamberlain's ^mach and
Liver Tablets. Sold by \V. t. Orei?u
ton and Richard Gibson.
Ponttoucli tbo catarrh powdefs and
maned b?'Ely Bro5.rW V^rren Street,
Npw York. -
?st r RfM \ IA?I n the Clerk's C^oc ol
V Corporation Court of the Cit. ol
1 AlesSffi, on the ah day of Decern
Anria Elizahoth .Uoudy vs. John Luther
| nient for more than three > ears p.ior to
the institution of lh'^^Vdavit filed in
It appearing byan ainoav
?l^rallS^s? noSSSlent, ol this
SLate. That said defendant
ces^lvc ^vechs. ?and
doc-r of the Court House of this citj.
Snnniel H. Brent. p^_ji??l
I TrTrT'TVlA In the* Clerk's Office of
V the Corporation Court of theCity of
Alexandria, on the 2M1. day of Novem
Francos E. Gutridffe vs. James R- Out
rid,re. In chaucery.i
I Memo. The object of this suit is to ob
"It'alwcarinS l>y anaffidavit fdod in this
I \-C~Ordered That said deienc..iut ap
C vett'e^a 'newspaper published in the
door^f the Court House of this city
VrtvxTv. Hnssnll. P- ci. novffl w-lvvj-n
? tiV^CrTS iAJ Iu the Clerks Office of
der I tears of age of Nathaniel C.
Sr&jSTMhis suit is to obtain a
mrt'tion :ind division of the estate of
P Boush died seized and po^
sessod and if the same is not susceptible
nf mrtition in kind, then for a sale of the
came and a division ot the proceeds
tiara mrties entitled thereto.
alTt appeanng bv an affidavit filed in
this SS that the defendants, Anna
Turner Boush. widow: and Anna Turner
Koush -uidXathaniel Boush, infants un
der twenu-one years of age,are ron-res
iCItnSo?^ehred^Tthat said defendants ap
nSr here within fifteen days after due
publication of this order, and do what is
necessary to protect their interests in
this suit, and that a copy oftins order be
forthwith inserted in the, Alexandria
Gazette, a newspaper published in the
Pit-t- of Alexandria, once a week for four
'Sossive ^?eks. and posted at the front
door of the Court House of this city.
Samuel G. Brant, p. ?l
Stockholders meeting of the
AMERICAN rutile CO. OF VIR
GINIA. Tbo annual meeting of the
stockholders of the American Rutile Co.
will be held at theoffiee of the company,
No. Ill south Fairfax street',. Alexandria,
Virginia, on Monday, the 2d of January,
1911, from 12 o'clock noon to 1 o'clock p.
ra. for the election of directors, and for
the transaction of such other business as
can be lawfully considered. The trans
fer books will be closed for 10 days prior
to the 2nd day of January.
W. M. Slater, president.
Albert Harper sec. and treas.
dec 12 2w
THE annual meeting of the stockhol
ders of the GEORGE W. KNOX
EXPRESS COMPANY will be held at
the principal office of the company. 111
south Fairfax street, Alexandria, Vir
ginia, at It) a. ml on THURSDAY, the
6th day of January, 1911, to elect direc
tors for the ensuing year, and tor the
transaction of such other bnsiness as
may properlv bo before the meeting.
JED GITTIN&S. Secretary.
dec22 id f ...
THE fortv-second annual meeting of
the IN DEPENDENT M U T U A L
EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of
Fairfax county, Va., will be held in the
company's office, at the corner of Prinee
and Royal streets, Alexandria, Va., on
MONDAY, the 9th day of January, 1911,
at 10 o'clock a. in. C. LUKENS*
dee-l td Secretary.
'HE annual meeting of the stockhold
- ors of the CONSOLIDATED
QUARRY COMPANY will be held at
the principal office of tho company, No.
Ill south Fairfax street.Alexandria, Vir
ginia, at 3.30 p. in. MONDAY, January 9,
1911, for tho election of director for the
ensuing year, and to transact such other
business as may properly come before
J. S. PRATT, Secretary.
'HE annual meeting of the stockhold
- ers of the ALEXANDRIA NA
TIONAL BANK will bo held at the of
flco of the banking house, in the city of
Alexandria, in the state of Virginia, on
January 10, 1911, from twelve to one
o'clock, for the election of directors for I
the ensuing year and for tho transaction
of such other business as may properly
come before tho meeting.
d?c20 T. C. SMITH.
The first national bank.
Tho annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of this bank will be held at the bank
ing house on January 10th at twelve
o'clock noon, for the election of direc
tors, and such other business as may
properlv come belore the meeting.
GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier.
NOTICE.?The annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the IOWA APART
MENT HOUSE COMPANY for the elec
tion ofa board of directors for the en
suing year will be held at the offieo of
the company. No. 123 south Royal street,
Alexandria, Virginia, TUESDAY, Jan
uary 10,1911, at 10 o'clock a. m.
CHARLES D. WALCOTT, President
A. M. Mtfa&CBttEN. Secretary.
NOTICE.?The annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the McLACHLEN
BANKING CORPORATION for tho
election ofa board of directors for the
ensuing year and for the transaction of
other business will be held at the office
of the company, No. 123 south lloyal
street. Alexandria, Virginia, January
10th, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. m.
A. M. MoLACIILEN, President.
E. H. McLACHLEN, Secretary.
NOTICE.?The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the ONTARIO
APARTMENT HOUSE COMPANY for
the election of a board of directors for
the ensuing year will be held at tho of
fice of the company, No. 123 south Royal
street, Alexandria, Va., TUESDAY,
Januarv 10,1911, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
CHARLES D. WALCOTT, President.
A. M. McLACHLEN, Secretary.
MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS.
THE annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho W. N. DORSETTSIiOE
COMPANY will be held at 2:00 p. id., on
MONDAY, January 23,1911, at the office
of Lewis II. Machen, at King and Wash
ington streets, in tho city of Alexan
dria. state af Virginia, at which meeting
a full report of the ^conduct of the busi
ness for the past year will be made, a
Board of Directors will be elected to
hold office for the ensuing year, and the
matter of whether the regular dividends
will be continued or not will be disposed
of. and such other business will be trans
acted as may lawfully come before said
G. L. BAKER, Secretary.
OTICE TO GAS CONSUMERS.
Gas bills lcir the quarter ending De
cember 1, 1910, having been delivered,
this is to notify all consumers that a dis
count of 30 cents per 1,000 feet will be
allowed on all bills paid on or before
Jauuary 1, 1911. After that date no dis
count will be allowed and delinquents
will be required to make early settle
ment. By order of the Committoo on
J. B. WALLER, eierk of Gas.
Wines and Liquors
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
Once again the happy yule tide comes
around and every mind is thinking of
the good things this glorious season
brings. It is the season of festivities.
Order from us you get the best.
Sweet Catawba "Wine . $1.00 gallon.
" Port " . . 1.50 "
Sherry " . 1.50 "
Cider .30 bottle.
Bluemont Pure Rye Whisky
bottle in bond .... 1.00 quart.
Candies. 10 to 25c pound.
New Crop Nuts, 15 to 22c pound,
Mixed Nuts, 15c pound.
Mince Meat, 10 to 18c pound.
Raisins. 10 to 15c pound.
Layer Figs. 15c pound.
Fresh Fruits of all kinds.
Midland Butter, 38c pound.
EDWARD QUI 8 SONS,
PURE FOOD STORE.j
St. Asaph and Oronoco Sts
ADMNISTRATOR'S N 0 TIC E.?All
persons having claims against the
estate of GEORGE WASHINGTON, de
ceased, are requested to present the
same, properly authenticated, to the un
dersigned, and all persons indebted to
said estato are required to make imme
diate payment R. JEL COX,
Sergeant Adif^r. of George Washington,
deoeased. aecKi iOt
NOTICE.?Having qualified as admin
istrator of the estate ofMILLARD P
VINCENT, deceased, all persons having
claims against the said estate are hereby
notified to present the same to me duly
verified for settlement, and all persons
indebted to said estate are hereby noti
fied to make prompt payment of their
indebtedness to me.
JOSS" W. TVfrft Y, Administrator.
?A LITTLE girl can always get
-^7- somebody to play with by
using the Bell Telephone. It is
just as useful to her as it is to her
There is no need to be lonesome with a
telephone in the house, because you can at least
talk with your friends, even though they are far
away. Bell Service is universal.
Are you a subscriber?
SOUTHERN BELL TEL. & TEL.
COMPANY OF VIRGINIA
Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street
Are manufactured and licensed under the Selden Patent. The 1911 models re
now ready for delivery, and are the most attractive line Of cars in the whole
country. Consult us and get a car that will be a real pleasure to you.
A FEW HINTS ABOUT WHAT TO GIVE
As jewelry is useful as well as ornamental, we have largely in
creased our stock to assist the Xtnas giver and offer the following sug
FOR LADIES? j FOR GENTLEMEN
Watches $.3.00 to ,*tW.OO W<atehes $1.00 to 75.00
Gold Filled Guard Chains, 2.50 to 6.00 Chains and Fobs 25c to 25.00
Solid Gold Guard Chains . 0.50 to 28.00 CufFButtons 25c to 12.00
Solid GoldXeclc Chains... 1.50 to 12.00 Studds 25c to 10.(X)
Gold Filled Lockets 1.50 to G.001 Scarf Pins.... 25c to 25.00
Solid Gold Lockets 2.50 to 30.00 Rings 4.00 to 250 00
Bracelets for children 1.50 to 6.00 Collar Buttons 25n to 2.00
Bracelets for adults 2.50 to 20.00 Also Toilet Sets, Cut Glass, Solid
Rings for children. 1.00 to 5.00 Silverware, Clocks, Spectacles, Opera
Rings for adults 2.50 to 250.00j Glasses, Emblem Goods.
Hat Pins 25c to 2 50 See the new style Ladies' Emblem
H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers.
106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BELL PHONE 342-J.
Buy at the Start
$10 cash, $5 per month,
THE NEAREST AND NEWEST.)
Scientifically planned for refined pecple cl c (c
Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
See the Morrill style damp-proof cement houses,
poured in steel moulds.
Live at Virginia Highlands and save time and car fare
Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A J. Wedderburn and
BALLARD & LANHAM^3^
Washington Sales Office, 62113th Street, Northwest.
Clip this ad; it leads the way.
Store 602 King Street.
Store Corner King and Pitt Streets.
322 South Patrick $12.00 224 North Pitt ?8.50
527 North"Alfred $10.50 <828 Commerce $8.00
! 323 81 Patrick $0.00 421 South Alfred $7.50
Business and Residence Property for Sale.
Insurance of Every Kind,
WHEN IN DOUBT
What to Buy For Christmas Presents Come and See Us
Come and see us, as we have something suitable for everyone in the family.
Ladies' and Gents' Felt House Slippers: also Leather Slippers of all descriptions.
We have a full line of Rubber Goods on hand: also Misses' and Children's High
Cut Shoes in all the latest styles, velvet tops, tan tops and plain black tops. We
have just received a beautiful
Ladies' Patent Colt Button Shoe. Cloth Top and Vel
velt Top Which We Will Sell This Week For Si .98.
Also -whole Velvet Shoe3 which we will sellfthis week for $1.98. Other
bargains too numerous to mention.
A box of CANDY FREE with every purchase.
KATZ'S, 400 me STREET.
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MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineer and Machinists' Supplies.
Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. jBLACK
gSMiTH AND STRUCTURAL
We make a specialty in [repairs to
Gasoline Engines. Motorcycles and
We solicit your orders on ;all kinds of
Bell Phone 53.
514 Evans Building. Phone Main "324
Henry K* Field & Co#f
JOSiAH I(. n. SMOOT.
LUMBER and MILL WORK
OF ALL KINDS.
Lumber, Cement and Plaster.
Office and Yard 11*>N. Union street.
Factory No. Ill N. Loo street.
Material Ivi-i--<! KREE in the city.
Gongsai IfiSiiiine Agsney.
Room No. 4. Burke Herbert Bldg.
The companies represented in this
ollicc have assets ?of sover 5100,000,000.
Among others are:
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Liverpool ?? London & Globe.
/?Etna Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co.
Springfield Fire ?? Marine.
1 rompt attention given to adjustment
of losses and all matters connected with
It. F. Knox. Auctioneer.
Auction sale ok a house and
LOT T2<J NORTH 11ENR V STREET.
Pursuant to the terms of a deed ot
trust beariug date on ? November 21.
1892, and duly recorded among the land
records of the city of Alexandria. Vir
ginia. in Oced Hook No. 2S page 4(>>,
given by William Bains and wife to
Thomas''Moss. II. C. Acton and John T.
Wilkins. the then trustees of the Mercan
tile-Railway Building Sr. Loan Associa
tion of Alexandria. Virginia, to secure
tho pav'mont ot* n. lo:wi of h;c hundred
dollars, as therein set forth, more than
six months default having been made in
the pavmentofthe sum secured thereby,
at the* request of the said .Mercantile
Railway Building Sr Loan Association
ami by order of the Hoard of Directors of
the said Association, the undersigned
present Trustees of said Association will
offer for sale at public auction at the
Roval street entrance, to the Market
Building in the City of Alexandria, Vir
SATURDAY. January 7,1.011,
at 12 o'clock noon, the following de
scribed real estate situated in the City of
Beginning on the west side of Henry
street 2S3 feet 2 inches north of Wythe
street; thence north on Henry street30
feet: thence west and parallel with Mad
ison street K5 feet 5 inches: thence south
and parallel with Henry street feet;
thence east and parallel -with Madison
street SI feet 0 inches to the beginning,
with the right of way over a 10 fectalloy
on the west side of the said lotofground;
it being the same property which was
conveyed to the said \Y illiatn lkiins by
S. G. Brentand wife anil J. K.M.Norton,
by deed dated July 2. 1S9L and duly
recorded in Deed Rook No. 27. page :5, oJ
tho Alexaneria City land records.
Terms of sale: Cash. Conveyancing at
the cost of the purchaser.
J. K. M. NORTON
John P. Robinson, Geo. S. French,
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials anil
Ask your dealer for the Alexandria
Fertilizer and Chemical Co.'s Products.
Capacity: 50,000 tons per annum.
Princess Street and Potomac River
Wha^f. Alexandria, Virginia.
Gardner l. Boothb, j M. I5. UAia.ow'
President | \ ice President
First National Bank
Designated Depository of the
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED
PROFITS $17; j ,000
G. L. BOOTIIE. M. B. HARLOW,
G. E. WARFIELD. J. F. MUIR,
WALTER ROBERTS, B BAER, Jr.,
Burke & Herbert
Modernly equipped for banking in
Its various branches. _
Depositcs received subject to check
s'urht. Collections made on all points.
High-grade investment securities
bought and sold. .
Letters of Credit and loreign Ex
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent.
A Savings Department in wmcn
terest is allowed on deposits.
'EE our asuortmentof WHI l'E STONTS