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TUEBDAT EVESLVU. SEPT. 13. \*?._
The gkrlark.
Bkylarks are rathcr prollflc blrda,
bavtng two broods ln the year, and
often laylng aa many aa five eggs,
though four la the uaual number. TUe
neet la so diffleult to flnd thnt lt la
6>racttcally never diacovered except by
accldent, aa when, for lnatance, the
hayflelds ure mown, or what la lieliig
boed. The blrd very seldom nest* near
the margln of a fleld, where lt might
be put off its nest by paataaraby. <m
the ahorea of the North aea skylarks
will nest ln the "beuts" and ??marram"
rloee to tbe edge of the sand bllls,
though tbey have to fetch food to their
young from a conslderable dlstance.
There la niwaya Bouiething very pk-as
Ing ln tbe stgbt of a lnrk's nest. It ls
usually sunk ln a hollow, and, unlike
the neat8 of many ground building
blrds, 1b moat carefully made, the cup
being deep and perfectly clrcnlar, and
llned with very Une gTBBBea, though
the outer part ia made of rough, dead
bents, and often of a most irregular
Bhape in order to flll up the hole ln
which it is made.-London Speclator.
Mahl Bloaaoma,
Many flowers, natlvea most of them
of reglons where the day ls inteiisely
hot, expand their blossoms at night
Notnble among them ls the Ylctoria
Begla, which opens Its splendid calyx
near the Amazon at nlghtfall and
closes lt at dawn.
The queen of the night Mooms for
one night only, and haa Its home on
the islands of the Caritdiean aea, The
triangular cactus, whose llowers are a
foot ln length and width, follows the
aame hablt.
FTom Virginia comes the blennlal
oenothera, or "night Hght," which Waa
brought to England ln 1G14 because its
twlsted red root could be eaten as
aalad.
Among British nlffht flowers nre the
rocket, or night vloiet, tlo- evenlng
primrose and the canipion. The white
or yellow color nnd the fragraaca of
these flowers of nocturnal hablt attract
roving motha. which carry the pollen
and so fertlllze the plants.--London
Standard.
Tbe Bloody Hnml.
The noted __Hfflbh fatnlly of the
Holtes has for its badge a bloody hiind,
and this sinister badge cornrnatDoratee
a wager that ended ln a eriine. Sir
Thomaa lioltc, one day In 1612; WBM
buntlng. He Inwlted hls COOlfadaa
home with him to dlmier, nnd U he
rode along he mado a beavy bet on hls
cook'a puuctuality. Hut tho cook fall
ed him for ouco; when be fOt home din
ner waa not ready. The Jeers of his
companlons at this fnllure, to?ether
with hls huge loss ln the matter of tho
wager, enraged him so that he rnn Into
the kitchen, selzed a cleaver and split
the cook's head open with lt. After
,ward bla family, to kcep thia crlme
allve, adopted for Its CTwal tho bloody
liatid ot the cook killer.
Two ML.ourt Towni.
-?-.~^Hoi atruggle bo?
at ita
of enil
mj the-n
.1 to sot
Mlssourl
river and called tawu ?._- Clay and
tho county seat Liberty.
At the aame time another lot of eml
ejraota from Virginia and other south
ecu Btates pitched their tents on the
aouth Blde of the Big Muddy and called
thoir county Jackaon and the capital
Independence. And so lt reniaius to
thia day, Clay stood for liberty aud
Jackaon for Independence.?Oak Grove
(Mo.) Banner.
The Dalar.
In Franch the daisy ls called Ia Mur
goertte. It waa tbe devlce of Margue
rtte of Anjou, and also of Marguerlte
of Valoia, a much more approprlate
oxoblem of the latter princess. who
wlthdrew from the giltter of court s to
become a recluae, than of tbe amblttoofl
Lancaatrlan queen of England. The
dnlay is the national ilower of Italy,
chosen ln honor of Queen Marguerlte.
In the language of flowers lt BJgnlflea
lnnoceoce, peace, bope. In the age of
chlvalry lt was the emblem of Bdatttj
and won by knlghts at tournameuta ln
honor of their ladyloves.
The Flr.t K.w.paprr.
Tbe Acta Dlurna of ancient Rome la
the earlleet approacb to the uewspnper
of which we have any avrtlientlc record.
The Acta appeared daily until the
downfall of the empire, A. D. 47H. lt
was publiehed under the nuspicee of
tbe govermnent nnd poatad ln BOBM
public place, the contents consisting of
a dlgeet of public docketa, a summary
Ot daily oceurrences and all news of a
general cbaracter.
An Eitennatkig clrconntaapf.
Bector? Ah, my dear Mr. Cumming.
glad to aee you?glad to see you! But
why are you so rare a worshlper with
na? Oumming?Well, there'B one thlng
I can honeetry aay, doctor-yonrs la the
only church I ever go to.-Brooklyn
Life.
smir Btoaaaob.
When the quantity of food taken is
too large or the quality too rich, aour
Btomach ia likely to follow, and espe
cially ao if the digestion has been weak
ened by constipation. Eat alowly and
not too freely of easily digested food
Maaticate the food thoroughly. Let
five houre elapse between roeak and
when you feel a fullness and weight in
the region of the storaach after eating,
take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tableta and the sour stompch may be
avoided. For sale by Gibson r) Titnbcr
man and W. F. Creighton & Co.
A Boy'a Wtld Kide lor Lile.
With family around eipecting him to die,
and a son ridiug for life, ls miles, lo iret I>r.
Kiug'a New Diaoovery for Coneomption,
Cougha and Colda, \V. H. Brown.of Lataville,
Ind., eudured death's agoatoa from aathma;
but this wouderful ?bbIIbIbb gava instant re?
lief and soon cured him. He wrttas: "I now
aleep soundly every night." Llke aaarveloaa
curea of OaaaaarptJoa, P?aaowla, Brat
chitis, Coagha, CoMa and (Jrin provaa its
matehlesa merit for all Throat and Lnng tr..u
blea. Ciuaranteed bettlea ,SOc aud $1.00. Trial
bottles free at E. S. Leadbeater & Bstaf drug
store.
8UGAR CORN.?50 caaea Canned forn,
new pack, just received by
^ J. C. MILBUBX.
ARMOUR'S SLICED HAM in one pound
can. for aale by J- C. MILBEBN.
100 doten BROOMS for aale cheap hy
J. C. MILBL'RX.
MISS MONIE BOWEY,
No. 38 Perry Street.
DETROIT. MICHIGAN.
A couple ot winters ago I
slipped oo a froien sidewalk
and fell flatonmy back. On
being examinrd I found that
I bad sustained internal loki
ries which iaid me up for more
than two months. After that
I noticed tbat I had pain* in
the back and groin which I
never had before. I doctored
and doctored for several
months but as the pains in
creased instead of growing
better I decided tbat I was not having tbe
rlght treatment. Reading in tbe papers
of the wonderiul cures performed by
Wine of Cardui I wrote to one ol the
parties and received a very satisfactory
reply and I immediatelv sent for sorre.
In a very short time I left generaliy better
aad after seven weeks faitbiul toe I waa
once more well and strong. ! have never
had a sick hour since and I daily blcss
your splendid medicine. _
MONIE BOWEY.
-[INE OP CARDOI ia one medi?
cine tbat shouid always be kept
on hand in every home for im
mediate use when female weak
neas first makes its appearance. Miaa
Bowey's painful and dangeroua accident
woula not have re8ulted bo aeriously
had she taken Wine of Cardui promptly.
i Wine of Cardui makes wo?
man more womanly by cor
ing their weaknesa anamai
ing them stronger. Wine of
Cardui cured Miaa Bowey.
Aaa medicine for all women
in every trying period of
theirlivea can youthinkof a
better medicine for yourself,
your aister, your oaughter
or your motber ? Can you
think of a more acceptable
? preaent to give your friend
than a bottle of this medicine which
will bring ber health and happiness?
You are Buffering ? Your duty is to
rid yourseif of thia pain. It your
daughter. mother, aiiter or friend ia
aick and in need of relief, your duty ia
equaily great to them. Many women,
now well, owe their livea to frienda
who brought them Wine of Cardui.
Wine of Cardui is adapted to wo?
men at any age in any walk of life.
For the working woman it givea her
gtrength for her tasks and better
treatment than a doctor for very small
cost.
Your druggist will aell you a $1.00
bottle of Wine of Cardui. Secure the
medicine today. Take it in the privacy
of your home. Relief will come to you
aa surely aa you take it.
WINEofCARDVI
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
iiRfswu m deposit m trist (nnuum,
TEHPOBARY OFFICE, 100 SOUTH FAIRFAX STHEET.
CAPITAL.
Pald ln, $180,000. Aittliorlzed, $1,000,000.
OFFICERS.
C J. RIXEY, Preaideai JNO. P. ROBINSON, Firat Vice Preaident.
GABDNEB L. BOOTBE, Second Yice Preaident. C. J. RIXEY, Treasurer.
DIRECTORS.
lOfi E W1IEARD, JNO. P. ROBINSON, GARDNER L. BOOTIIE
PABKAONEW, GEO. s. FREXOII, FRANK HUME,
C C LEABEATEB, HENRY K. HELD, H. BAADEK,
C J RIXEY J. K. M. NORTON.
Attraetive rate of interest paid on depoBits in Savinga Department
No auxiliary banks or boxes are iaeutd by thia Institution to iU cuHtomera.
Lame Back
Stiff Joints
Contracted Cords
Tbase b0* i ' ?'aJ!5
loagcripi ",' .?S
eored peYmanently by tbe use ol tbe best and
mobt reliabla of all Iamily reuiedies.
Hamlins
-?? OIL.
t?--i.'.*
Penetrates the Porcs of thc Skin
Rcaches the Scat of the Trouble
Drives out the Pain
Curea the Dlscuse
VVhy not try it? It can do for yon what It has
dciic for oibers.
C S. nurrcll. DennIaoa,Te*.,wrHeajInaeraa
i v.nh Lnrae Back eaoaed f> m la
l?H
itraiehti l l ?oa ooold aot larn iabea.
Hamlins wbard OU baa carad uic and I icel
beuer than I have iu timty years.
piin Ofdea, v.iii-.ws, CaL. wrhea: I had
Rneumati'm in m-. l,. t,l aq badly that tha jO?nt,
becameatifl andl bad nol been able to rlose the
band in I ' "",,l!ns
Wizard i " Contraction of thc
Cords and 1 hava oince bad tiinre use ot my
band._
Tbrrc is only one Wirard Oil-HamUnS ?
:l ,wn iii tbe I- "ic Sifnaturj 'Hatnlttl
i ?? oa wiappar. Take no suliuuutc. 50c.
n'nd gl.QQ._
HAMLINS COUGH BALSAM
II. .1 thcLunqs. Wards off Consnmpuon. ase.joc
Hamlins Blood and Liver Pills
rpid Livtr and Ccnstipation. a$c
tHPJBtKl HERB TEA
For Sale and Recommended by
\i : DKl GGISTS.
ii.heae.
BBBBBBT IIKYANT I WIl.l.lAM ItKYANT
President. I See. ATreas.
-T1IK
BryantFertilijrerCompany
Manntacturers of
FERTII.1ZERS, EERTIEIZING MATE
RIAI.s. PURE RAW BONI AND
FINEOBOUND HOVA SCOTIA
LAND PLA8TKB.
Office : 117 King Btreat.
Faotory and Wharf: F.x.t of Duke atreet.
Alexandria. Va.
hhin r. aoBiaaoa, i aaoaaa0. vaaaoii
i.nt. Sccretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer aml
ChemiOavl Company,
Manufactarers of
FERTIEIZERS, FEKTIEIZER MATE
RIAI.s ANPBEIE WINOSOR
GBOUNTJ 1'I.ASTER.
Princess Street, hctweeu I'nion and Lee,
Alexandria, Va.
i.r.t.Al. KCmCES.
VIRGINIA.?In fbc Ckrk'i ObW ofthe
Corporation Coarl of the t'ity of Alexan?
dria, (.11 tbe 27tb day of Auituat, 190-1.
Henry M Taylor
Jolin Miller and ln Chaiiecry.
George W. Drlvar,
pefi tidiints. J
lleaao, Theobjeetofthiaeait ia to enjoin
and restraiu tlic dcfciidants, tlieir ofticera,
agenta, Bttomeyi aad all other paraoat aetiaf
for tiiein or eitbci of them, or iii their behalf,
incloding W. W. Cliae, ooaatableofthe city
af Alexandria, Virginia, from in any way or
manner interfering with the eoaaplaiBBai in
his poaaeaaiofl of taa pnrBuaea mentioned iu
the hill of coiiiiilaint liled in this causc, or in
tlie t"ul) use and eiijoymeiit thereof, and also
from in any niaiiiur or way interferinn with
the paraooal property taken bs Iha bbm bob
Btabla under neretofore made levjr, and from
withluddiiiK thc siiuie Irom the lHissessiou of
this coaapMuaaat.
It appeariag braa aflldavB Bled in this
eailse that thc detViidaiit-. John Miller and
George W. 1 'river, are iion-residents of thia
Btata : It isordcrci, that said defi-ndants ap
paar here witlini titteen days after due
pnblicatioo af this order, and do what
is ncccssarv to pn.tect their interest*
in ibis su;i. and that a copy of this
ord.r be forthwith iii.-erted in the Alex?
andria Gaaatte, a aawayapar pobliahed ia the
citv of Alexandria, onee a week for four auc
a-eeka, and poated at ihc front door of
tbc (ourt Boaaa of this city.
A copy?Ttaae. . ,
JOHN& BEACH, Clerk.
By Nkvki.I. S. GaKSHAWAT, D. C.
W. D. Varaay aad DatrM E. Anthuny, p. q.
aagSO w4w-ta _
HEAPEESS ROE HERRING, cleaned
and packed oa sbore whencaught; ailso Pncea
Roe ilerring for aale by
_ I. C. MILBURN.
FAT IfACKEREL -or sale ot 5c. 10c. 15
and 20c eaeh by J. C. MLLBLKN
STEAMERS.
Weems Steamboat Company.
The Steamcra of This Line WU1 Leave Alex
andria
EVERY M'NI>AY,TUE8I)AY and TIIUR8
IiAY at ?50 p. in.
FOR BALTIMOREAND ALLTTIE USUAL
RIYER LANDINGS.
Cuisincand appointmenuj unexcelled.
Fretght for Raltimore, Philadelphia and
New York wilii itednnd handled witlicare,
Thtaagh rates and bills of lading issued.
Btagb fare to Baltimore, $2; round trip, $3;
Staterooms, one way, $1.50. Meals, 50e.
WM. M. BBABDOB, Agaat, Bttaad.
r\AILY LINE TO NORFOLK AND FORT
RESvS MONROE.
The Norfolk and Wash?
ington Stuamboat Co.
Will ruc DAILY LINE, *ommom>inR m
Monday, March 30, with their new and pow
erful iron ateamera.
Newport News, Washing?
ton and Norfolk.
Leave the wharf at the foot of Prince atreet
at 7 00 p. m.
Returning will leave Norfolk ?t 6 00 p. m
Single fare $3. Round trip $5.
C. W. WATTLK8, Agent,
No. 2 Prince atreet.
WlSBDHfTM FERRV CO.
Bahedab b Eflect March 10, 1504.
Tha Waahlagtoa Bteamboal Company (lim
ited on aad after Mareb 10.1604, will operate
tbeatearner QEORGE WA8HLN0T0K be?
tween Waahlagtoa and Alexandria aa the
followiiiK M liedllle :
l.i avi: Ai.kxanDRM.-6 40, 8 00, 9 45
and 11 50 a. in.; 1 30, 3 15, 4 50 aud 6 30
p. m.
I.i avk Washixotox.?6 00, 7 20, 9 00
and io 50a. in.; 12 30, 2 30, 4 15 and 5 30
p. in.
^tgfSame aehedule on Sunday, leaving
WaahingtOO on lirst trip at 9 a. m. and Alex?
andria at !> 1"> a. in.
JOHN B. PADGETT,
aul tf General Mauager.
MEETJ^G^_____
NOTICE.-TIli: AN.MAI.MKI IIM, OF
the itoekholderaofthe I'NION BUILD?
ING COMPANY for the election ofa b ard
ofdireetota and for such other business a<
?By bt proper will he held at the oftice of tlie
company, 123 south Royal atreet, Alexandria,
Va., on IIONDAY, Heptaaibar 15,1504, at
12:30 o'clock p. m.
MYRON If. PARKER, Preddent.
W. BCOTT TOWER8, Becretary.
m___t\ Iaw6w-e*_
THK ANNUAL IIEETING of tbe ?tock
boldereof the AMERICAN LOCOMO
Tivi; APPLIANCE COMPANY will ba
lield on WEDNE8DAY, September 25, 1904,
at 2 o'clock p. in., at No 21a King rtreet,
JOHN MILTON, Preaident.
Btp7 td_
THE ANNUAL MKKTING ofthe -
boldtn and directors of THK HARRIS
t 8HAFEB 00. will be held at ihe eaVeof
tlie company, 159 --"iiili Boyal street, Alexan
dria. Va., at l:*|.. m., THCR8DAY. Sep
teml.er :':?, |50t, Itv orderof the Preaident.
aep2 td C. A. SHAFER. Secretarv.
TCE7
!
Wholesale and Retaii
Dealers in Ice. . . .
Carload Lota and Conntry Ordera
a Hpecialty.
OFFICE
Cameron & Union Sta., Alexandria, Va
Bell Telephone No. 51.
10 barrela CHOICE PICKLES just r?
eeived bv_J.C. MILBURN.
ARK, PAY-DAY and CHIC 80APS, two
cakea for 5o, at J. C MILBURN 8.
TEAS.?A full line of Tea* for aale at good
value pricea hy_J.C. MILBURN.
LEADBEATER-5'S Perfected Preparation
of the Taataleee Extract of COD LIVER OIL.
12 ounce bottles, 75c. For aala by
_E. 8 LEADBEATER A SONS.
YARMOL'TH BLOATERtf, CODrlMl
and SCOTCU HERRING for aale hy
J. C. MILBURN.
LEADBEATER'S EMULSION of PURE
NORWEGIAN COI> LTVEB I >!L,. ..mbined
with hypopboaphitea of lime and aoda. Four
teen ounce l>ottle 5u ceuta. For aale by
E. a. LEADBEATER A SONS.
TELEI'HONE EXCHANGE.
SOUTHERN I1KLL TKLEPHONE AND
TELBGRAPH COMPANY.
WYT1IE WHITi:. Mauager.
C. A. MOOBS, Inapector.
Adama Expreas Co.
Ahern, Jno A Co.
Ajtncw, Park
Aitcheson & Bro
Aitcheson, J A II
Aitcheson, DeW
Alexandria Dlivia| Park
Alexandria Bottling Co _
Alexandria Peatlliav and Chemical Co
Alexandria Steain Bakery
Alexandria (iiizette
Abzaadrb NaBoaal Bank
Alexandria Time.
Alexandria Infirmiry .. . _, v
Alexandria Ins. Co. (L. Stabler Agt.)
All. i.. K. L.
Alexandria F.rick Co
Alexandria Iron W,?rkf
Alexandria Watet Co
AniM.ur A Ot
AjBdanaa, E M
Appieh, Oeo, A
Aaarewa, \V B
Bryan, Alhert
Brill, .F
Baaewr, Henry
Baker, II .1
Baltimore A Obio Freight
Balh-nger A Bro ,
Barhy, LooiaC, atty-at-law 127 S Royal
Baggett, W C __ _-__.
Barl.v, Loaia C, raattkaaa 117 N Columbua
Beach, DrChaefl
Bell Bona, Roheri
RcUe-PreGta
Bernlieinier. 6 .1
Bendbeim. I> A Soni
Ritzer, J II Dr.
Bohraaa, Mrs. C
Boothe, Qardaer L, office
Boothe, Oardner L, residence
Brill, btra Nettie
Breot. S < '? oflka
Brill, LonU, eaa.
Hr.s.U-. Wm Fowle, n-idence
Brookee, Waa F A Co.
Brocki tt, A I>, raaideaat
Brockett. A D A Co
Bryant, Herhcrt, office
BryanI Ht rhert, residence
Bloch, II
Burke A nerWt
Barroagho, T F
Burke, ll i:, reatdtaeej
Business Meii's l.eague
Bnntragha, W J, residenee
Callaa, Heary
Cuuimings, Miss M L
Carlin, .1 Frank, residence!
Carne, R L ir
Ooekey, Jno.
Carlin A Rrent, Office
Carlin, C C, re?idence
Caton. J 114 H It
Carter Broa
Carlin, Mrs Kate
Carlin Sons, Jaa. F & Sons Co
Carlin, Miss M E
ChiefOperator, TelephoneJLxchange
Citizens' Nalional Bank
Chaaneey, JnHaa
City Treasurer
Coehran, Bfba C L
Cranford, \liaa A
Coiporation Court
Crelghtoa, W F ACo
Creighton, W F 4 Son
Crapper, Joaaph L
Ctirtin A Butta
OatOB, Harry B, residence
Cogan, John A, plumberj
Daoaey, Jaa ll
Daingerrreld. E L
DalagerSaM. E L, Malvern
Deavera, A J
Demaine, W II
Desnioiid, Wm
Daaiela, OE
Doaiphaa, A 8
Ili.ii.lt, J A
DidaaoaaU, Fred
Delaney, Dr M 1>
Dreifus, J A Co
Exchange and Ballard Hole.
Etchberg, [aaae
Eraeraoa Parap 06, The
Evening Btar Bureau
Kinuiert, .( W A Co
Entwiale, P L
Entwiale, Chaa F
Entwiale, Jno W
EpiaropeJ Hlgfc School
Fannon, T J
Fnirfii'
pi.???' ? i? ?:-?:->
Field ACo. II K
Kincli, Oeo B
Fiaher. Thoa A, n-idence
Kir-t National Bank
Fleieebraaaa Hotel
French, GeO S
Fogg, Julian
FiiTler, B W, reaideaea
Oibaon, Biehard
Qibaon, Kmilv M Miss, residence 700 Duke
Gibeoa.Dr Thoa
Gnldamith, E
Qooda, CT
Green, Mrs Wat, north T\aahingtnn
Oreen, l'r I/wis 8, reajdeaea B Ww-hington
Green, btra Virginia, reaideaee
Orlgg, J FoaaeM
Ilamnioiid, .1 \V 4 Soni
Harlow, M B A Co
Harlow, M Ii, reaideaee
Baveanet Baking Co
Harlow Broa
Barper, t 8
Ilelliiiuth Bros. market
Hellmuth Brothers, KingTatreet
Hamuiond, 11
Hill, J M
Hill, J M ACo
Hill, Frank M
Hill. Zora
Hopkina, G D, rcvidenee
Hopkina, l?r. J Miltou
II,,,ii, ChaaR
Howard, CliftonT)
Hill, OeoB
Hufl, A J. reakkneej
Janney, I>r C II
Jaekson, Wm
Janney. Miss E M
Jones, Dr T M
lohnaon, W A 4 Co
lolm-on, I>r Alhert 'i
Kemper, MissSarah
K.llv, H V
Kieherer, Chas
Kirk, II
Kintf, Charlea ASon
King, .hinie- K, reaideaee
Kinz, Charlea, resideuc*;
Kemper, K H
Knight, I! E, --tationery
Knight, B E, re-idence
Knoz.t B K
Knox B F, resiilrnce
Knox 4 Boblneoaaon
Kiam.r, Mr> Fr-derick "
Lamhert, I'rl.an S, mdsejbroker 109,Cnion
Lamlx-rt, D S, residence
ItuanVtrg. Mrs Alice
Lawler, E E 4 Co
Leatibeatc,, E S 4 Sona
Iji-Ii, J lee
lawler, Martin
Lee, Mrs M L
Lennon, C G
laaaon. C M
Lindsay, N 4 Co
Looae, J L
Lannon. Thoa
Marshall 4 Bro, John'A
Mutual lee Co
Monroe, Ed, residence
MeKeaay. W H
MeCaea, Jaa, bettBag worka
McU-areii, Frank
Morton, Rev W J, ref.dince
Manaver'a Office
Marsnan, ? r?, residence
Marine Railway Shipb'ld'g A^Coalj
Marshall, John A, .residence
Market Heaaa
McUuire, Dr Hugh
jliller, E J 4 Co
Mer. Bld'g. 4 L Asa'n) L Hooff, Agt,) J
Moore, W I
M.^.re, C A
Markell, (ieo E
Maaaaal, l
"Mount Vernon"
May 4 Son, W H
Myers, R L 4 Co
Norton, J K M,
Nu.'iit, O j;
O'Brien, Dr M W
Odell, Aaron, market
Odell, Aaron
Old Dominiou Giaaa Co
Ontealt, C, dentiat
O'Sullivan 4 Coi
Pan'a Shoe Co]
Patt.rM.n 4 Rrother
Peyton, Jaa F
Pavkani. M'ssIC.tresidence
P?-k, WUC
Pollard, F J
Ponnett, Constanl, floriiifJUj
Ponnet, ( , Serlat, West EndJ
Perry, Thoaiaa
Petty, Geo W, residence
Portner Brewing Co, Pobt
rortner, Robt, treaaurer'. offic*
Portner, Robt, aecretary'a office
Poital Telegraph Cable Compaay
^^EPHOTIE^EXCBA^ESu
Poatoffice
Police Headquarters
Priee, Ovrtpn W
Priee. 0e? B A t<>, Mara.?
Pr!'*..,?. -I T, reaidence
Pullman, C O
Purvia, Pr w r?
??,?; f. H (St Aaaph>
Quinu. Edward
kevaa,afra
Ramwy, G ? m
Rciten'Curtiss A Milla, contractora
J Ilarry, reaidence
Kisheill, M E, sawmill
Rittcnour, Pr A A
Reardon, Wm H
Robertaon, II F
Rotierts, Walter
Robinwin, Q H A 8ona
Rogers, Joaeph F
Ruben A Sona M
Rainmel, A A Sona
Beardmi, W m. reaidence
Rscker, (ico II (StElmo)
Rol.iiison.ThoaW
Schlichting, Henry, reaidenca
Schultr, M
BcbwarsBMUt, Geo P. reaidence
Bnaoot, W a jr, residence
Smith, Mrs. Franeia u
Smoot, C C A Sona
SmiH.t, W A A Co
. W A A Co, office King itieal
St. Marv's Acadciny
Smith, C II "Hampton'
Smoot, JRiCi
Smith, Pr WM, office
Smith, Pr W M, reaidenca
ot, Mrs Baaaa, reaidence
Smoot, .1 C, residence
Southeni Bell T A T Co, operator
Southern Railway Co, freight yard
Southern Railway Co, W A 0
Southern Expreae Co
8o Rwy, Eng Office
Standard Oil Company
Stiimp, Rev J P
Stevena, Moaea
Sttiart, Pouglaas, office
Summera, C J W, reaidenca
Sl iu ii ui n. L
Smoot, W B. reaidenca
Schafler. C A A Oa, floriat
Smith, F L
Strauss, H, residence
Swan Bros
Bnowden, Dr Arthur
Southern Bell T A T Co
Smoot, W A A Co, King St, office
Bimpaoa, Geo L
Timlicrriian, C T C, reaidence
The Old Pominion Glaaa Co
Telephone Exchacge chief operator
riieologieal Seminary
Virginia Glaaa Worka
Virginia Safe Depoait Truat Company
W., A A Mt Vernon Ry CoJ
W, A A Mt V Ry Co, Payne atreet
Watkina, J B
Wattles, R H
Wattlea, C W
Warfield, jr, E
Wash i ngton -SouthernBailway
Wash'n-Sou Ry. Engineer
Warfield, sr Eugar
W.st, Geo
Waahinjrton 8teamboat*Co
Wli.atley, B, residence
Weil Hroa
Waatara Qalea Telegraph Company
Whlta, Wythe|
Wheatley, B
Wildt, II
Wilkins, Captain JnoT
Wingfield, a T, residence
Wotiard, Lotaaaa, reaidence
Wbw, Kra Peter
WlHlils, W P
Yates, C B
Ziniinerman, J R, reaidence
Ziiiiiiicrnian, J R, office
Zimmertiiati. Chaa
Annaiidale, C C Leachman
Bailay'a Craaa Roads
Centreville, Va, B B Utterbach
Fairfax, \\ T Oliver
Falls Church, Va M E Church
I/eeato. Va, Sisson, R E
Manassas, Va, Shannon'adrug itore
WelUngton, C C Leachman
Haymarket. Va, G II Hulfiah
Warerly, Va, E H Janney
Maple Grove, Va, Dr Chaa H Janney
For rates apply to Central office
PAY BTATIOXB
Central Office
Elei-chmaiin Hotel
Market House
li,.?i,,l,,ii. A S
Rainuifll's Hotel_
CAPITAL CITY TELEPHONE COM
PANY.
ALEXANDBIA. VA.
EXCHANGE, 909 KING STREET.
F. F. MARBURY, Manager.
E. P. MATTER. Electrician.
SUBSCRIBERS* LIST:
Adams, F M
Alexandria County Courthouaa
Adama ExpreaaCompany
Appieh, P II
Ajipich, Qee A
Alexandria Infirniary
Aitche-oti, I) W
Alexandria Steam Bakery
Alexandria Gas Worka
Alexiuidria Timea
Alexandria Gazelte
Armstrong A Marbury
Alexiuidria Water Worka
AaderaoB, E M
Birrell, J Fred
Barnett, W A
Baggett, (Near F
Blondbeim, Chaa
Bowip, A
Bootbe, Gardaar L
Borroogha, T I Sona A Co
Baader, n
Beach, Jos S
B A O R R Co
Bain, W E
Brill, Ix)ina
Crilly, J II
Chatnam's Stable, B L Myera A Co
City Treasurer
t'o'i'iiml.iii Engine Houae
City Qaa Office
City Almshonaa
City Engineer Office
Coiinty .lail
Central Office
Corpi.ration CourtJ
Crawford, A E
Oook. W A
Dieifus, J A Co
Piiiican, ,las residence
Iliinean, Wm T reaidenca
Downhani, E E residecoa
Downham, E E store
Fitsgerald. J B
Catwiala, F E
Episcopal High School (Serainary Hll..
Entwisle, .1 W druggiat
Fegan, S II Weat End, grocer
Fisher Bros
Faiinon, T J
Fleixlimann Honae
Fairfax Independent Mutual Fira Ina Co
Francis Peter
Clol.e Flniir Milla
Garrett A Monroe 'm
Gravea, W P
Goods, J W grocer
Goldsmith, E
Groves, T S
Goodiii-h, Chaa Fairfax' treet reaidenca
Harlow A Co
Harper, F S
Hinkeii A Son'
Haroilton A Co
Engine Hoaaa
Hydraulion En
Hill, J M A Co
Hoy, Tho<
Jail;
Johnson. J Mflawyer
King, Chaa A.Son
Kirk, H ir-;
Lindsev, N A Co
Leadbeater A Sona"
liadaey, N Braddock;Heigh
Laiinon, Tho.i|
Matthews, J A Co'
Marshall, .1 A A Bro
May, W II A Son
Milburn.JC
May, J W residence'!
Matter, E P electrician
Marbury. Leoudani reaidenca
Marbury, F F manager
Mutual be Coj
MeKenney A Son
Mercantile Rv B'ldg dCLtinCAja'n
MeKenney, W U
Meeks, A H
MeKenney, Jaa E
Moas, Alfred C, 8 St Aaaph St
Machen A Moncnre, AUorteya at Law
Norton, J K M
O'Sullivan, M R
Ponnet, Constant King atreet, floriat
Ponnet, Constant. Weat End, "
Phillipa, Henry Agent Corbj'a Bread
Pullman, P A Co, Wood A Coai . trd
Pollard, F J
Pullman, P A Co, Main Store
Portner, Robert |
Poatoffice
Police Headqnartera ?
Poatal Headquarters
Postai eleg. ph Co
TELEPHONE EXCHANOESL^
Pennsylvania Ry Co
Power," T F, 8upt Water Co WeatiEnd
Pettit, J M jr fruit
Pettey, Geo W
Peck, W UI
Qninn, Edward
Ramsay, G Wm
Reardon, Wm M
Relief Truck House
Rob-Tts. Walter Office
Roberts, Walter residence, Weat E d
Robertt. J W Weat End
Ranimel A
Ramsey, Jos II reaidenca
Rust, Pr P N Office
Rust, Dr D N reaidenca
Rogers, Wm reaidence
Beyaolda, G M
Simpaou s Sons H L
Smoot, C C Sona A Co Tannery
Smoot, W 11
Smoot. W A ACo
Smith. Francis [,
Slanghter, Dr R M (Seminary Hill)
Smoot J C residence
Smoot, Jas R A Co
Southern Railway Company (W A 0
Southern Railway Conipauy (V.M)
standard oil Co
Schuler Bee/Oa
Simpsou, Geo L residenoa
Smoot, J R residence
Steams, G W
Siaaon Bros
8mith, W II reaidence
Starnell, E W.
Strauss, Henry, reaidenca
Summers, C J W
Thonuuen, Paul
Virginia Glass Worka
Warfield A Hall
Warfield, ar.E
Weil Bros
Wildt, W H
Washington Steamboat Co
Wood, Mrs M A
BGeoW Wells, Queen A Pitt Ste, gro?r
Wiae, GeoA Co
Wiae, Geo, residence, Seminary HiB
Woolls, W P, Wolfe and Royal
Woolls, W P, Queen and Henry
Wood, CB
Yates A Co, C R
Young, J M
Zimmerman, J B
Zimmerman, Chaa
Lincolnia, Annandale, Fairfax Court
House, Maoheu and Hornbaker. Chantilly,
Pender Herndon, Leeaburg, ana points be
yond.
Anandale, Va, Jasper M Jackson
Fairfax Court House, Va, Walter Olivar
FINANCIAL^
C. K. JilCOL, ) 1 WM. B. SMOOT.
PRESIDENT. J ( VICK rBEblOKST
J T. C. SMITH, )
I CASHIKR. J
Alexandria JVational Bank,
COR. KING AM) ItOYAL STS.,
Alexandria, Va.
CAPITAL -.-- - $100,000.
Dtpcattt received, suhject to check. Bonds
purcnased. Negotiable napers di.scouiite<l.
Special department for ladies. Safe De
posit Boxes iu Burglar and Fire-proof Vault.
We furnish letters of rredit, availahle in all
parta ofthe world. Collections made on all
points. This bank otlers every facility for
the i are of your busineaa and aolicita aame.
ESTABLISHED 1862.
BURKE & HERBERT
(219 Kintf Street)
BANKERS AND DEALERS IN
Investment Securities.
A General Banking Business trausacted.
Deposits received subject to check at sigh
Collections made.
Letters of Credit and Foreign Ezchange
fnniished.
CHAS. R. HOOFF, ( I THOS. W. WHITE
PRESIDENT. J J CASHIKR.
First National Bank,
Alexandria, Va.
Deslgrnated Deposltory of the
United States.
CAPIIai,.$100,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED
PROFITS .... $146,00C
Directors:
CHAS. R. HOOFF, J. F. MUIR,
G. L. BOOTHE, M. B. HARLOW
B. BAER, JR.
Prompt Bttention given to all business, in
clading collections throughout the United
States and Europe._
K. L. DAINOERFIKLD, I I WM. H. LAMBBRT
PRKtflDKNT. J I VICK PRESIDENT
W. F. LAMBERT, I
CASHIKR. 1
Citizens' National Bank.
CAPITAL .... 1100,000
SURPLUS .... i 20,000
UNDIVIDED PROFITS ? ? $60,000
Collections made and promptly reruitted.
All kinda of investment aecoritiea a speci
alty
Directors:
E. L. Daingkrfield, If. A. Ahkrn,
Wm. H. Lambert, Worth Hulfish
W. F. Lambkkt.
I
_BUILDING MATEUIALa___
[ESTABLISHED I83S.]
BEEY k. FIELD & CO.
Successors to
JOSIAH H. D. SMOOT,
Lumber and Mill Work
OF ALL KINDS.
Lime, Cement and Plaster
Office axd Yard 115 N. Union street.
Factory No. 111 N. Lee atreet.
/Ba-Material Delivered FREE in the city.
SMOOT & CO.
(Succeaaor to J. Bector Smoot A Co.)
stem tmm
AUD PLAMG 9IILL.
Manufacturers or
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, MOULD
INGS. Ac.
DEALERS IN LUMBER. SHINGLE8,
. LATHS, NAILS. LIME, ,?_.?_.?
CALCINED PI-ASTEB and CEMENT
No. 26 north Union street,
Aleia-dria, Va.
Loraber delivered f.ee in the city.
THE FIXKST QUALITY
COMRETE S.LVD, (JRAVEL
AM>
DKLIVKKKI) IN < ITY.
SHII'I'KD IN CAR LOADS.
W. A. Smoot & Co.
810 King Street.
Foot of PfillCaMU Stn-cl.
CHERRY COUGH CURE?A aafe, pleas
ant and efi'ectual remedy for Cotighs, Colds
and all aflections of the throat aud laags.
ConUiue no morphiue or other injurious
cheiuicals. Priee, 25c. For aale by
_E. 8. LEADBEATEB A_SON8^_
CAMPBELL'S SOUP8.-5 cases Tomato
Chicken, Vegeublc, Clam Chowder, end
other vaneties of soupa just received by
J. C. MILBURN.
LEADBEATER'S YEAST POWPEIj
Guaranteed absolutely pore. 40c per pound
F?f ?** ^E. 8. LEADBEATERAJONg,,
CHEAP.-Onegallon cana NANTICOKE
roMATOES redueed to 20c eaeh. Quaiity
as uaual-guaranteed. j c MILBURN
-^^mjRSUTUlA W ATER.-We are
agentsfor thia celebrate.1 L.thia VVateran
aSU?Baa?dy?AftndE.^ -up
M' Corner Prince and Fairfax strsete.
RAILROAIJIS
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Schedule eflective June 10, 1001
Trains leave Southern Railway Station
Alexandria:
7:65 A. M.?Daily?l/ocal for HarrisonbuB*
Warren'.op., IV""'lleaud way stations.
11:10 A. M.?Wasliing'otiand FI?rid:t limit
ed. Pullman draw lag-rOOBI 'leepi.ig c:ir> be
tween New York and .lacksonville, and lie
twaaa Bt. Loaia aad JacksoaviUe. Throuji
Bnt-claaa coachea batwaaa Waahhigtea aad
JaeksoBvUle. Diaiag aai nrriaa batwaaa
Washington and Columbia.
lt 35 A. bL?Daily-U, S. Ea-t nafl. First
claaa coaches and drawingroom sleepar to
New Orleans. Bseaper lajaekaoaville. Pin
iug car service.
A ? P. M.-Wcek Daya-Lsal f..r Har
riaoiihurg and way stations on Mauassaa
branch
5:17 P. M.?Paily?Local for Warrenton and
Charlottesville.
9:20 P. M.?Paily?New York and Atkaata
Expreas?First class coach to Atlanta
to Columhii.s, Ga. Monday-, Wedaeada
FridayaSunset Route Tuirist slecper Waak
iugton to San Fraueiseo. Pining car ser?
vice a la carte.
10:20 1'. M.?Pailv?Washington and Chat
tanooga Limited fvia Lynclilutrgi. 1 ir-t
claaa coach and sleeping car to BOaBoke,
Knoxville, ChatBaMogaaad afemphia. Bteep.
er to New Orleans. Dining car serviea.
11:05 P. lf.?Daily?Washington and South
westem Limited. All Pullman train, elab
and observation cars to Atlanta and Mn.i,
Sleepers to Augiistii. bTashville, Atlanta, bta*
con, Memphis and New Orleans. Diaiag car
serviee.
TRAINS ON BLUE.VONT BRANI H.
Leave Alexandria 8:21 A. M.. 1:40 aad
4-53 P. M. week davs for Blueaaoat;
M. for Eeesburg; 940 A. lf. aad 8:33 P. kf.
on Sundays only for Bluemont.
Througli trains from the South nrrive at AI
exandria 0:17, o':X!aad9:30 A. bt. aad 2:40, 9:10
and 9:30 P. M. daily. From Barrisoahurg
11:35 A. M. week days and 0-00 P. bL
daily. From Charlottesville 8:03 A. M. and
9.00 P. M. dailv.
For detailed schedule figures, tiekets, Piill
.nan reaei'ratioB, etc, apply to WIEI.IAM G.
LEHEW. ticket agent, Alexandria, Va.
C. II. ACKERT. Ccueral Manager.
S. 11. HARPWICK, I'ass. Traf. Mgr.
W. H.TAYEoE, (ien. PasaaBgai Agent.
L. 8. BROWN, General Agent.
Washington, P. 0.
Washington, Alexandria &
Mt. Vernon Uaihvay.
ln effect Maj 1, 1901.
LEAVE ALEX .NDRIA.
For Waahinnton, fro>? corner Prinee and
Royal streeta, week days nt 5 45, 616, 6 86\
6 56, 710. 7 30, 7 45, 7 56, 815, 836, :?'?,
930, 1000, 10LT), 1060, 11 -?<> aad 11 42 a. m
U 80, 12 46 100, 1 20, 1 4'',, 2 lo, 2 40, 606, 660
3 46, 4 15, 4 36, 500, 521), 54.5, 6 05, 8 80, 6 56
715, 760,8 30,910, 950, 1030 and 11 20 p. m
Sundays?7 00, 8 15, 900, 9 45, 1025, 1060
11 20 and 1150 a. m., 12 20, 12 50, 160, 160
2 80, 8 60, 8 80, 8 60, 4 60, 4 60, 6 80, 6 5ft 6 2C
660, 7 20, 7 5o, 660 110,960, 1030. ll 30p.m.
Leave Alexandria for Four Mile Baa (in
addition to looal trains for Washington), week
days, at 11 55 p. m. and 12 35 a. m. Sundaya
11 55 p. m. and 12 35 a. m.
LEAVK WA8HINGTOW.
For Alexandria, from therorner of Pen?vsyl
vania avenue and 13J street, we.-k days, 620
6 50, 7 05, 7 30, 7 50, 8 05, 668. 606,
1000, 1025,1100,1130 a.m. 12oono.ii, 1360,
12 40, 1 05 (ezpresa), 1 26, 1 56, 809 (expreea),
2 30, 2 5.5, 3 30, 4 05, 4 30, 4 45, 4 5f. 5 18, 6 82,
566, 606, 660 7 05, 7 1?, 7 50, 8?0, 910, 9 50,
1030, 11 20 p. m. and 1203 midnigbt.
8undays?7 40, <*on, 646, l'>2(, 1100, 11 30
a. m 1200 noon, 1230, 1 00, 1 30, 300,
300,330,400, 430, 500 530, 600, ti30, 7oo,
730, 7 55. 8 30. 910, 950, 1030 11 20 p. m.
and 12 03 midnigbt.
FOR MOt'NT YERS05.
Leave Alexandria for Moiint Veraoa, week
days, 6 52. 663. 1063. ll:32a. tn. 121
2 32, 3 2V, 4 18.4 47,5 30, 7 05 and 608 |>. 01.
Sundays? 7 02, 9 33, 10 55 a. m., 138, 838,
4 47, 6 40 and 9 02 p. m.
FOR RORSLYN.
Leave Alexandria for Ros>lyn, week daya
710,7 56,8 30,900, 1000, 1050, 1148 B. u. .
12 46, 2 46, 3 46, 4 36, 5 29, 5 45, 6 30, 6 55 aud
7 50 p. m.
Sundays?8 15, 9 00, 9 45, 10.50, 11 60 a. m.
12 60, 150, 2 50, 3 50, 4 50. 5.SO, 660 aud
7 60 p. m.
Leave Rosslyn for Alexandria, week days,
7 49, 8 32, yn.i, 866, 1066, 11 27, a. in., 12 37
152,3 27,4 32,5 19,6 02,0 29, 7 02, 7 47 and
823p. in.
Sundays--8 56, 9 43, 1017, 11 27 a. aa., 12 27,
127, 2 27, 3 27, 4 27, 5 27, 637,737aaai638
p. m.
Baggnge eheeked and earried on the ?
ing trains from Alexandria for \Vasliiiif.Moii
week days: 830 and 10 25 a.m., 100,8 05884
6 06 p. n,.
Sundays?8 15 a. m. and 6 20 p. m.
Parcels carried.
Frelght earried daily. morning and evening,
in eaeh direeiion. No treight accepted unless
deliven-d at the station at lea.-i 80 iiiinutea bo
foro the departare ofthe frelght tn
CLARKN' K P, KlNO, J. CoI.VIX,
President. Bupcrintendent.
Wasliiiigton Southern Ity
Sehedule in elleet May 89, 1804.
Trains leave station eoruer Faydte and
Caineron streets for Wasliiutfton aml pointa
north at sol and !?52 a. m., 1331, I'.l, 7 t>7,
8 1", and 11.14 p. m., week days.
Sundays?9 52 and 1331 a. m., 707, 8 17,
and 11 34 p. m.
For Freaerickabarg, EUehmoad and pointa
south at 448, 7 56 (loeal), and 1103 a. aa.,
3:59, 5 07 (loeal), and 7 15 |>. m., week
Sundays?l 48 aud 1102 a. iu.. 8 66, 606
(loeal), and 7 15 p. m.
Aceommodation I'orQiiantie*, 7 5*1 B. BD
day only 4 45 u. m. week days and ?
m. exeept Saturday.
Notk :?Time of arrivals and departuree
aml eonneetions not gaarantead.
W. D.DFKF, C. W.CULP, W. P.TAYLOB,
Gen. Man. Ass't Gen. Man. Tral'. Man.
DRUGGI8T8.
c. l. lkadbkatkr, c. c. La-tnaaATaa
K. 8. LKADBKATKR, j. lkadukatkr
E. S. LaB6j>dbeater & Sobu,
WHOLESAEE AND IlETA II.HIUi,(. DJM
105 and 107 south Fairfax Btreet,
Dealers in Draga, Cheraieala, Pateai Medj
cines, Painta, (?ils, I)\e StuilN, Spicea, DriiK
xist.s' faimj flnoda and Bpecrfaltwa.
PTaaleaBta ageaai ia lfeftaeta VirgiaMi
J. C. Ayer'it Medieines aml .lolm l.uear
Co.'aTinted Gloss and Prepared J'aints, &c.
Mauufaeturers of Stamlaid l'harmaceutical
preparationa.
?e have r.iade large additinna to our stock
and are buying leadinx Proprietory Artiele-,
Chemicals, Ae., dire, t from laa ?BlllaoO-l
ers. We are therefore enalded to supply the
trade with all goods usually earried by a well
appointed WHOLE8ALE DRUG HOUaJSat
pnces as low as tfcoae given l,y the best houaea
iu larger citiea. All gooda forwarded by tirat
freight or expreaa after rereipt of order.
Promptness is our ipedaltj. We guarantee
the punty of all druga furnished. Correa.
pondence invited._
WARFIELD & IIALL,
DRUGGISTS,
CORNER PRINCE AND FAIRFAX 8
Prescriptions a specialty,
English, Freneh, Oerman and Domeatic
Toilet S<>aps: Genuine Farina Cologne; Mag
nolia, Hedyosimia, Geranium and Elori.U
Water- Genuine Lubin's Extraets; Snonges,
Hair Brushes and Combs; best English
Tootk Brushes; a full aosortiueut of I'at.nt
bladiciiisa; Coxe's Gebttine, Corn Starch,
Sea Mo-s Farine, Spiees ofall kinda, aud a
select stock of sii articles sold by druggists
at prices so low as the same quality can be ob
tained elsewhere.
0
TTEBBTJBN LITIIIA WATER.-Thia
water isindicated in all tSwctionsdoe to
Cric Acid. Diathesis, tiont, Kheumatiam,
Stone in the Bladder, Kidueys or Eiver
Bright'a Diaeaae aud Kidney i)isea*ea of
very fonn For sale by
WARFIELD A IIALL,
Sole Agepte_ Cor. Priacs * Fairfax Sts.
tHEEMa BAFETV aad BEDUCA
BQUABE POLDINO. IIOT AIR and V.\.
FOR BATIICABINETs. I beap
est. Greatly redueed pricea, |2.50 and 03.OU.
Por sale by
_ _E. S. LEAPBEATER A S< ?'
I'oit sai.i:. Tha auBoaa LCE COAL al
the lowest market pr,
IT. A. SMOOT ACO.
CHOICE*< REAMjf JitESE, ISe Ffiad

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