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writes Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss., "tool. my advice, which was, to take Cardui. She wi\s staying with me and was in terrible misery, but Car? dui helped her at once. tab CARD Ul It Will Help You J 30 "Last spring," Mrs. Hudson continues, "I was in a rack of pain. The doctor did no good, so I began to take Cardui. The first dose helped me. Now I am in better health than in three years." Every girl and woman needs Cardui, to cure irregularity* falling feelings, headache, backache and similar female troubles. Cardui is safe, reliable, scientific. Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES MM???M?M ???????? ???????++??+?+? Kaufmann Bros.! JCLEAN SWEEP SALE.i One-half Off on all Summer Suits and Pants. Ile for nice WASH FOUR-IN-HAND NECK-t WEAK worth 25c. * 9c for SEAMLESS SOX, black and tans, worth 15c pair. *>78c for MONARCH SHIRTS, colored negligee t X style, neat patterns, worth $1.25 and $1.00. X t Trunks aird Suit Cases 20 Per Cent, Reduction ? Ju& Received Another New Supply of j J Luna Park Passest Be Sure and Call For One. j o-o-o-o?o -4>l KAUFMANN BROS., 402405 King Street || i *********************************** ************************************ CORDIAL INVITATION t Is extended to all who wish to open personal, professional, business, trustee or corporation ac? counts. The same care is given to the smallest ac? count as to the largest. Drafts issued DIRECT on all parts of the world. Investments and collections made. An attractive rate of intered paid in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Depositors iti the Savings Department of the Alexandria National Bank are requested to bring their t-ooks iu and have their interest due April I, 190X, credited therein. Others who have not opened account with our Savings Department are invited to open accounts and note how rapidly their funds will in? crease by regular deposit and interest eained. I Alexandria Minimi Bank, eh CORNER OF KINO AND ROYAL STREETS J X ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA ? FINANCIAL. ? AaJ \ An investment you with to make, rest assur? ed thf sHiV-t investment you can possibly make is to deposit your money iu the Savings Department of this corporation where it will aaam 3 mr cent, interest compounded twice a year. Your principal will|then he always at youi command amt cannot depreciate in value. You can start an account with this corporation for J.l.(tO or upwards. If you have other investments in view isn't it ad Timbi* to have your MONEY MAKING MONEY while you are deciding this matter. There's many a $1 or tb Lill spent unneces? sarily becau-se it is carried in the pocket, when a savitik.". account would have disa-our aged or prevented the expenditure. A bank sec..unt is not only a convenience, hut a greeat niger of economy, so why not commence Mid open an account with us today. We invite you to do so and promise courteous and lil*rsl treatment consistent with Bound bankin? methods. Virginia Safe Deposit and Trust Corporation, ?JCapItal Paid In, $300,000. Authorised Capital, fi.000.000. FOR SALE. ?Several small piece* of beautiful [haai .foi tala containing from ONE TO SIX ACRES EACH. Also lou 60x130 feet SINGLY OB li GROUPS, ooiT-euient to railroads and abon uno -lils from Alexandria and fi va (rot YYaahirgton city Terms to suit. R, F. KNOX. 116 mouth Koral ttraei, __a___uHa, Va trii m _ GROOEMES. _____ W. A. JOHNSON ft CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT! And Dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS, Have-on hand Gibson's XX. XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Monc cram Whiskies ? also Baker'sand Thompson'i Pura Rye Whiski**, to which they invite thi attention ofthe trade. Orders from the country for merchandiif shall receive prompt attention. Consigaments of Flour, Grain and Countrj Produeee solicited, for which they guarante* he highest market prices and prompt returns N. E corner Cameron and Royal Street-. JOHN Ai-KKN & COT" WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCEUr And Dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Country Produce received daily. Our stocl of Plain ami Fancy Groceries embrace* every talma, ia toe had in thi* line. We hold largely in I ni'*-.! State* boudec warehouse and carry in stock various brande of the lieut PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES: made. Have also in store superior grade* ol Foreign and American WINE8. ALES. HROWN STOUT, do. J_**8atisf_ctiou Guaranteed aa to Price and Quality.-**. eCcrner Prin<*e and Commerce Street*. QUALITY TELLS. J.C. MILBURN, 113 North Royal Street : Alexandria, Vf. Dealer in FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. Proprietor ofthe POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR, which is unexcelled. ^_r-Coflees Freshly Roasted.-** Home 'Phone 181. Bell 'Phone 293 The Beat of Everything Fenway's Chocolates, 60c the pou nd. Lowney's Chocolates, 60c the pound. Coca Cola in bottles, 50c the dozen. TAYLOR'S PHARMACY 616 KING STREET. both 'rnosis. -sight bell. SATURDAY EVENING. AI G '.. 190 A Bibuloue Lord Mayor. Any one trill n love ot queer uau.es ?booJd study the names of past lord mayors of London. Besides one or two th.it RN merely micommou ami did _..t Moog te> iiieu i.f any dl-tluoti.-u, Mich hs Sir Hilliard Spaa, mayor In 1482, tbCTC arc some that deserve no? tice als.-) tot the sake of those who bore them. Tbere was sir Jobi Bruegel '" 1520, mheee ?weefer fought at A._iu . i.urt, when, curiously enough, the mu.?- had the more modern form of Qfjrdgee, Tbere was Alderman Mica Jab Perry In 17''M. who laid Hie Hist ?lotte of the Mansion HOQeC, lld BM I*.ciija in in Hamel. \- li'i wu* lined H.OQO in 17!>7 for refusing t.) act as m;i-.-r poeitivelj a cheap way of getting mil of lt. The me?st ap-rn-prlately named lord ma-or seems, however, to have Iteeti tjie cheerful Slr Rob-fl Viner. who eu tertalned ?"h:ir!a-s II mid drank tha kind's health no often as to become un .inly merry, 'ile- Mag ta.tfully sought io retire, (Mt V iner plucked him I. the eSleeve an.l rowed h.* should "stu' .uni take the other Lottie:'' diaries II.. Sever at a loee, compiled, murmur lng. "He that is drunk ls as great as u king." St. .lames' I'a/ette. Awed by the Beau. When Beau Brummel, the celebrated dandy, was. |_ conaeqnenco of bis fallen fnituiiew. r^l.llug at Calais, he had occasion to visit Paris. Through the kindness of the cousul at the fur mer place lie was anal.i?d to accom? pany a king's mer-senger to the capital aud thus travel free of 'expense. When the messenger returned, the cousul was curious to know how he aud his aris? tocratic companion had fraternize*? upon the road. "What kind of a trav? eling companion did you find Mr. Brummel?-' asked he. *'Oh,. a very pleasant one, Indeed, slr; very pleas? ant," replied tbe messenger. "Ah! And rabat did he say?" "Say, slr? Noth? ing] He slept the whole way." "Slept the whole way! Do you call that be? ing pleasant? Perhaps he snored!" The messenger acknowledged tbat Brummel did so, but Immediately, as If fearful of casting an Improper re? flection upon so great a personage, be added, witb great gravity, "Yet I eau assure you, slr. Mr. Brummel snored very much like a gentlemau!"?Argo? naut The Flight of a Great Nebula. One of the most -triking spectacles revealed t.y telescopes ls that of tbe great nebula la orion. In the com? plexity of Itu glowing streams, Bpirals and strangely shaped masses, Inter? cepted hy yawning black gaps and sprinkled meet with stars arranged lu suggestive groups aud Hues, lt has few rivals lu the heavens. Tbe Impres? sion of astonishment made by the sight of this nebula ls helgbtened by know I edge of lt_ enormous size. The eutiie solar system would appear as a tluy speck beside lt. Yet tbis tremendous aggregation of nebulous clouds aud sturry swarms has been proved by the researches of the astronomers of the Lick observatory to be flying away from the earth aud the bim at the rate of eleven miles lu every' second. But so vast ls Us distance that a hundred years reveal no visual effects of the greut nebula's swift retreat If lt were near by lt Mould seem to become rap idly smaller.-Chicago Record Herald 'E.r. B-Witt A Co., Chicago, III.-Gen llewen In UW I hadadisea?a-ofiha-it/u_arh aad bevela. Ju the spring of HJ02 I bought abo'tleof Kodol aud tbe beca-tit I re. .-ived all the gold ol'Georgia could not buy. May you'live long and prosper. Youri my truly C. N. Cornell, Rodin*, Ga., Adi,, 2' mc" S.l.lby W. F. Creighton A <:,,. A ?- m 11 li rn I t-rlrnd. "I have used CbamtM Halo's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedf since it wag Gist ldroduced ti the public in 1871, and have never tined one instance where a cure wai not sj>fedily effected by its use. 1 hare been a commercial ? rareler for eighteen yean, and never sun out on a trip without this, my faithful friend," says H. H. Nichols ol Oakland, Ind. Ter. When a maa hai used a remedy for thirty-fire years Ire know ila raine and is competent to apeak ol it. For sale by V7. -F. Creighton .V Co. and Richard Gibson. Low Week-end Round Trip Fares. Continuing each Saturday and Sunday to and including October 4, the -Southern Rail? way announces tbe sale of low rate week-end ticket* for the round trip, Washington and Alexandria to .Somerset. Warrenton, Harri eMOMfR, Bluenont and intermediate points, and trout thece stations to Alexandria and WsshinRton. limited returning until Monday following date of aale. AGRICULTURAL. Thomas W. Robinson. George H. Robinson's Sons General Commission Merchants AND DEALERS IN ATI AQ PORTLAND J-\ 1 .-.mo CEMENT, Building and Agricultural Lime, Calcined Plaster, Hair, Terra lOotta Fine Lining, Sewer Pipe, Fire Bricks. Clay, etc J_L.K.^g__j_g_^._VCTindi-_< Va. John P. Robinson,., Gko. S. French, President. .SecreUry. llexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Company. MANI KA< TCBRR- OF -ertilizers, FertilizerMMa terials & Sulphuric Acid. Vslt your dealer for tbe Alexandrla^'er tili/er A Chemical Co.'s Products. Capacity: SO.OOO^tona per annum. Princess Street aud|Potomac River Wharf, Alexandria.Virginia. nu.uM BBT_jrr I fbanx h. hooch Prea't. A Trew*. Sseretar.. iryant Ferti liner Co rn pan j Manahvrtaren of ERTI LIZERS. FERTILIZING MATF RIALS, PURE RAW BONE AND FINE GROUND NOVA BOOTU LAND PLASTER. Ofioa: 117 King itreet. Factory and Wharf: Foot af Dake atreet Ale-aadria. Va Extra qaalitr Formosa, black TEA; alto xtra value* in 60 and 60b G. P. Teas. J. C. MILBUSN. We -rr -ellina the "REX" Indestructible Fountain Pen, ?Fitted witb iridium pointed. I4-KtGoldPen;for50c S. F. DYSON & BRO., Booksellers and Stationers, 508 King Street, OTTERBURN Lithia and Magnesia Springs WATER. Greatest known Water for Dys? pepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and testify to its great merit FRANK WARFIELD, Drugrjsl 8-oe-Mor to WARFIELD * HALL. PHONE 144 SOLE AGENT. B, V < a-lil rtUitl ttl* LEGAL NOTICE^ VIRGINIA.?Ta the Clerk's Office* ofthe Corporation Court of tbe Citv of Alexan? dria, on tbe 21it day of July, IMO*. Mary E. Faulkner ) va. > In chancery. John H. Faulkner. ) Memo. The object of this auit ii to obtain an at.".lute divorce for the complainant frew tbe defeodaiil awl to ol.taiii the SMto'j of the infant children of the partier of thi* tui', William Joe*|>h Faulkner and Mamie Fdua Faulkner for ibecotnphvutut, awl f<>r tucb further relief an ti equity -hull seem meet. It appearing by an affidavit li leal in thiacanie that the de'end&nt, John K. Fitulkuer, ii a bon reiident of thii State : ItiiOrdered, That iaid defendant appear here within tiftean dava after due publication of thii order, and uo what ii necessary to protect hil intereiU in thii mit, and that a copy of tb ii order be forthwith ioierted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published io the city nf Alexan? dria, once a week for four successive weeks sod pooled at the front door of the Court Houae of thii city. A copy?Tektk. NEVELL 8. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Pohiiiso-* Mona are. P. Q. jy21 w-lwtu VIKG1NIA.?In the Clerk's Office ot the Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on Ihe 21it day of July, 1908, John H. Lloyd, I'adina un.lei the firm name ol'The Bryant Electric Compauy, plaiutitt, v- li. F. \\. Bryam. defemlant. Assunip iiu Memo. The object of thii mit ii to recova-r of the defendant the lum of (72.2)1. balance due and ..winn aaid dcl'endai.t. _ 1 __ It appearing by au affidavit ti!.-1 in t ti io cause that thedefandant, K. F. W. Bryant, ia a nourcideut ol thin State: It ii Ordered. That iaid defendant a- pear here within lifueu dayl after due publication ol this order; and do what in i rce-aaary'o protect hil interest-* io thii -nu, aud tbat a copy of thii a der be t..rthv. >th loiert-d in the Alexaudria Gazette, a uewspaper publinb*-.! in the city of Alexan? dria, once a week for four successive weeki, and p. it*.i at ihe front door of the Court Houie ot thii citv. a tee* Ti NEVELL-. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Oliver aud Brulilba.'k, I*. H jy'.l w4wtu_ VI OlNlA. - a tbe t'Urk'a office of the Os mmntlte < mit et the < ity ..I Alexan dria, ou the Uti day of 'ul), INK, City Council of A If rand ria, which -anea for itself and for Mich 11 .er lieu crediton may come n.t., take pail in, niel there the expeaae of thia Mit, vi. William il. Zimmerman, and-/unmer mau, bil wife; Alfie.) Zimmerman, Currie Noonen and Patrick N.m.nen. her huibii<d; Thomaa /.linmerman, Ida A. Z'liin e niuo, Robe i F. Zimncrniso, Frank Vi. I. mme - mao, infai.': Oeorge Z.< in merman, infant, iud l.til. ll /iiuiiieriiiau, iiifaii . lu chan cary. Ve nu. mhe object of thii aeli ia to subject the fol ..sing property, iu tin* city of Alexan? dria, Va., vi/ : Beginning at the point mt the intersection of Duke aud Commerce streets and running thence ea-iwardly witb Duke atreet ti the aoutbweet comer of the brick house "lancing about 30 feet from the jhuuI ..I'int. rectum of aaid Duke and Ccmmerce street'; theme eastwaidly witb Duke atreet ;.' feet 6 inchta; thence at right angle* witb Duke nra-et to Commerce street and thence aoulhweatward'y with Comnier.e ?treet to the place of feginoiog to tbe payment ot '.he lien of -he City Council of Alexandria there? on for tenet, and all other lieoi. It appearing by an affidavit filed in tbii came that the defendant*, *** ill-uui H. /.im ?u.-rinan and - /in..-mian, bia wife; Alfred zimmerman, Carri] Nion.n and Patrick Nr-oi..-n, her husband, and Thomaa Zuiuier mmare non rcHidentH of thia Pt ate : It ia Or? dered, That -si! defend int-.appear here with? in ti fi.-eu dayl after due implication nf thit Otter, and do what is necessary to protect their intereati in thii mit, and thit a copy a tbia order be forthwith inaerted iu the Alexan dria Uaietie, a newspaper published in tbe city of Alexandria, once a week fir 'our in. ceisive weeki, and posted at the front door of ihe Conrt Houae of thii city. A copy--Tn.*-TE NEVELL & GREENAWAY, Clerk. Samuel P. Fiaher, P. Q jv'23 w4w tho VIRGINIA, io the Cierk'a office >.t the v Corporation Court of the i ity of Alexan? dria, rn the .ltli day of .Inly. 1908 Louis Bt-ndheim and Samuel Bendbeim, pert nera, trading and doing bjaiuesa under the firm and name of D. Ben-ir-eiui Adeena, plain ti fla vi A. Cantor, Tupia* on the ciae in Aaeumpait. Memo. The object of thia a.U ia to recover of tba defen(l_ni fir plaintiffs, the aum ol' $78.75 and to attach and subject tha prop erty ? f the defendant, in the city of Alexan? dria, Va., to the payment ofthe aaid debt. It appearing by ao affidnvit filed in tbia cause thst the defendant ii a nonresident of thia State: It is Ordered, That said defen dann appear here within fifteen daya aft ? due publication of this order, and do what ia necessary to protect hi-, interests io thia luit, and tbat a ccpy of thi.-. order be forthwith in? aerted io thc Alexandria Gaze te, a neil spa per publiahed in tlc city of Alexandria, once a week for four au.-ceaiive weeks, and potted ai tbe front door of the Court Houae of this city. A copy - -Tkstk NEV* LL 8. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Robinson Moncore. P. tj._ju?4 w4? Iri /rIe6lMA.-in toe Clerk'sTlffioe of the Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on the ,10th day of Joly, 1908. Caosnea-Pitt buri- Copper Company, a cor? poration, v*. (kyOtgt J. Easterday. In chancery. Mema. The .eej.-ctof thisiuit ls lo attach 7.800 shares ol'tbe defendant in tbeCanaoea 1'itu.l.nrg'.'.e|. .-r ('(iiiipiny, and rarject the name to the cloitn of tbe plaintiff, lt appearing byan affidavit filed in this cause that the defendant, George J. Eaaterday, is a non-resident of this State: lt is Ordered. That aaid defendant appear here within tif leen days after due publication of this order, and do what is necessary to protect his in treats in thia auit and that a copy of this :?rder be forthwith inaerted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in tbe city of Alexandria, once a week (br four auccesaive weeks, and posted at the front door of the Court House of tbis city. A esopy?Tests NEVELL S. GREENAWAY. Clerk. Norton A Boothe, p .,. jy30 w4w th POUNDERS AND MACHINISTS^ J. & fl. AITCHESON, PRACriCAL MACHINISTS AND ENG] NEERg, ??And Bniiders of ? HAEINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES Blacksmithing and Steam Fitting. Eng! seers' and Machinists' Supplies, anal ail sort of mill work and tbat eoanect-d with brick work promptly executed. Re pal rlnt prompt y dona. J. * H. AITCHESON, Ul DM Bet-eat. klaxaadeta. Vt, Redaction in Tomatoes. 3 cana NanticoKa Ste, 8. *|W. Tomatoes no each. /. C. MILBURN, 1.. I \l COCHRAN. CHAS E. JONK.S .O.o. .o.a. J0ELM.C0CHRAN&C0 Fine Wines and Liquors. The Largest Package Liquor Store in Virginia Northwest Cor. Cameron and Royal bu., Alexandria, Va. I hone 6, Ol-Jordan. '?That Good Whisky" Made in 1901. Bottled in 1908. 7 years old ?nd J100 proof. Bottled in bond under the super? vision of the U S Government and sold at $1.25 PER BOHLE. OI.DJOltDAN ia the I ead in _ | Kentucky hind-made sou r-msnli Whisky, sui ita S.e. purity ami rtreugth aa approved aud shown by tbe I' ti Government it-MSB ii ita best guarantee as "TH 4 1 ('Ol>l> ?III**K1 joni. ii. cornp.iv k co. IHK PIJHK FOOD MTOKK Midland Butter Is the quality sort that appeals to those who are particularly discriminating as to the merits of the butter they buy. It's pure, sweet and appetizing For years Midland Batter has been recognized as the best that comes to Alexandria We desire your butter trade. Price, 30c per pound. Call, 'phone or write Edward Quinn & Sons, DISTRIBUTOR--., Cot. tit. Asaph and Oronneo Street* ELEO.KICAL PUPPLIE8. It's Not Wise ti t-t ck t > old method* wheo (hird are ntmtr aod be tar. If you are using soy bat Electric Power you are behind tbe age. Ilia biggest con om ns are uaiog electricity wherever possible. They are wise. Be likewise. Li t uh iel ill electric power Id youi place. The drat dal's wtrkiog will make you regret you didn't hire it be? fore. Alexandria Electric Co. 502 King st Bell'Phone 193. The General Accident los. Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, Mr. James P. Shannon, Gem ni Ageui, will bare ? large well equipped hospital Ut I oo the rni-.ii m>eeting ground-* at PURCELLVILLE.VA. August 4 to 12, ia charge of Dr. Hac-ley aod six trained nurses for tbe benefit of thc r policy holders lylH to2w Loweiacli fros JThe Family Liquor Store King and Alfred Sta., Wakefield Rye ?*... _2 J Whisky* I-f 1.00 Per Quart Fine Table and Conking Wines Goods Delivered to Any Part of the Oity Prompt attention to Phone and Mail Order*. Ko Har. R *th P-kt-si _INSURANCE, General Insarance Agency LAURENCE STABLER, Room No. 4, Bark* A Herbert Bldg. Tbe ejompeuie* repreeeuted in thia offiot have assets of over $100,000,000. Arnon; others ara : Hartford Fir* Insurance Ce, Liverpool A London A Olok*. Atna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co, Springfield Fire * Marla*. Prompt attention given to adjustment ol losses sod all mattara oono-oted witb insnr* amem._ nea\ |TT A large asaortmtnt of BEDDING PLANTS, Including Rosebushes, Shrubbery and other Hardy Plants. Mrs. F.J.Kramer Floral Co., 114 North Fayette Street. Both Phones. tabX ?m NEW MACKEEEL.-NO*. 1, _, 3 Maek ral, received today. J an narr 3. by J. 6 -L-LBOEN. SMOOT & CO (Soooesaor to J. Hector Smoot A Ce.) STEAH FUXHUI. AND PLL\L\fi Jilli. Manufacturers oi OOOE AND WINDOW FRA MIS, MOULD? ING-, Ac. OEALEBS IN LUMBER. dHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and GEMINI No. 26 north Union -treat, Alexa--ria, Va. Lamber Delivered free in the -try. fEOT .BUSH ED_,1___.] HENRY K. FIELD k GD. a.ooeeaors to JOSI AH H. D. SMOOT, Lumber and Mill Work OF ALL KINDS. Lime, Cement and Plaster Offloe sad Yard 115 S. Union atreet. Factory No. Ul N. Lee street. J_r*Materi_I Delivered FREE in tbe oity FINANCIAL^ ESTABLISHED 1862. BURKE & HERBERT Bankers. Modernly equipped for banking In Ita va deus branches. Deposits received subject to .heck at sight Collections made on ail points. Hi|-h-_r_de inveatment aecnrltiaa bough iud sold. Letters of Credit arv* Foreign Ezohang -furnished. Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. A Savings Department in wblob InUreat.i al lowana! on deposits._ JHAH. B. HOOVP, I I UKO. I. WA-Kl KU PBBBIOBirr. J I U-BH1IK. First National Bank Al._X_H_Hl_, Va. Designated Depository of tht United States. CAPITAL ? ? HW.OO SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS .... $186,00 Directors: CHAS. R. HOOFF, J. F. MUIR, Q. L, BOOTHE. M. B. HARLO? B. BAKR, JR. Prompt attention given to ali business, ii (?lading oollectiors thro-aghont tha UnlUi maUaand Eui-mae. KLEOTRIOAL BUPPLIEa An Electrical Mar is tbe one, *ho (loee things quicker an better than itbeia. You'll Jihink w are that kind if you call oo us to dojan kind of Electrical Work. Whetbi r itjbe to wir-J your .house o to supply any of Ibe elf Creal ron vc nieociM, such wiring permits, you'll fin ua quick, (-fiicient and reasonable. Whi can we do for you and^whetr.' Alexandria Electric Co 502 King st. Bell 'Phone 193. WOOD AND COAL. Leave Your Order for wood or coal with me if yon want it filled promptly with fuel which will "make good." My coal has a large percentage ol burnable material, is carefully cleaned and screened, is full weight to the ton and is delivered where and when you want it. My wood is dry, sawed split or in lengths Remembei my telephone number?192. WH. H PECK, Corner QI! RF N and PAYNE STS. OPENINO AND CLOSING OP MAILS Northern mai le, week days, close at 7 10 a. m. and 8 46,1130 a.m., and 200, 230, 8 15 and 10 30 p. ni. Open at 800 a. m., 12 00 rn, and 4 00 p. m. On SuudaysNorthern mails close at 8 45 a. m., 230, and 7 20 p. m. Southern mails via Charlottesville close at 7.10 and 10 30 a. m., and 3 20 and 1030 p. m. Opeu at 8 00 a. m. and 6 00 p. m. Southern mails, via Richmond, close at 846and 10 30 a. m., sud 3 26, -SOO and 1030 p. m. Open at 8 a. m., Vi ni and 4 p. m. Mans-aaa Division mails close at 7 10 a. m. and 3 20 p. m. Open at 12 30 and 9 30 p. m. Alexandria and Round Hill mails close al 7 45 a. m., and 4 00 p. m. Open at 90U. ?_, and 2 30 p. m. Chesapeake and Ohio maila close at 3 20 p. m. <--d 10 30 p. m. Oven at A 00 a, m. and 6 00 p. m. Waahington mails close at 7 10, a. m. 8 45 and ll 30 a. m., and 2 00, 2 30 8 16 and 1030 p. m. Open at 800 a. m.' 1200 m. and 4 00 p. m. and 4 30 p. m. Office Hours?Open at 8 00 a, ra. Cloaa at SOO p. m. Sunday Hours-Open at 900 a, m. Cloaa st 10 00 a. m. ?Carriers' He bed ale- Collection made on in* iide routes?630and 1000 a. m. and 300and S 30 p. m. Fell route?? JO a. m. and 530 p. n. Suud-y cilection 6 0.' p. m. Carriers' >-rindow open Sunday vOO a. m. and doss 1000 a, in. Del.t jnen mada 8 00 a. m. 1 20 p. m. aad I Vat a, Ail mail should be in tbe office tea minnies miara oar InHins-td time for doatar. BEFORE DOING ANYTHING get our prices on ("EMENT BUILDING sud ?JlJLO BLOCKS; double air ?pav*a-; three sails in one. fr..-,*, ui<>i?tnre ami fire proof "EMENT BRICK. ?<,u?I to beat pressed >rick. Cost no niora than common. CEMENT ?ONT'RACTOR'*" for sidewalks, foundations, it, Write us. Howe Concrete Co.. King sod Peyton Streets, Alexandria, Va, j*>6 3m RAILROAD-. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Trains leave Union Station Alexandria In Effect April 19th, Mt N. B?Followingjschedule ta ku res published only as information, and are not guaranteed. 8*07 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harrison? burg, Warre-lM Dwi ville and way suttons. 8.32 A. M.-Daily-U. 8. Fast Mail. Stops only for passengers for Charlottesville and points south at which scheduled to stop. First class coachee and drawing-room sleepeis for New Orleans. Dinins car service. , 4:27 P. M. Daily-WMhington and Florid-, limited. Sleeping cars between New York.An gueita one Jacksonville. Through flrat-claas coachs between Washington and Jackson Till*. Dining car service betwoen Washing? ton and Jacksonville. Tonrist to California tri-weekly. _ 4-32 P. M.-Week Days-Local tor Har risouburg and way stations on Manaaans branch. 5:12 P. M.-Daiiy-Local for Warrenton and Charlottesville. 11*02 P. M.-DaiIv-Washington and Chat? tanooga Limited (via Lynchburg;. First class coach aud sleeping cara to Roanoke Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Sleep er to Birmingham and New Orleans, Wash? ington to Roanoke. Dining car aervice. 11:17 P. M.?Dailv?New York and New Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, club and observation cars to New Orleans. Sleep? ers to Asheville, Atlanta, Birmingham an.l New Orleans. Sleeper to Charlotte, Diniug car service. _ _, Through trains from the South arrive at Al exandria 8:28 and 8:48 A. M. and 3:13, 8:43, aad 11:13 P. M. daily. Harrisonburg 12.08 P. M. week days and 9.13 P. M. daily. From Charlottesville 7:53 A. M. TRAIN8 ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. AC Station) tM A M., 1:40 and 428 P. M. week dav, aud 5:15 P. M. daily fo Blnemont; 6:35 P. M. week days for Leeiburg; 9:08 and 9:20 A. M. on Sundays ouly for Bl -? mont. For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pul - man reservation, etc., apply to WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Ticke Ageut, Alexandria, Va. C. H. ACKERT. Vice Pres. and Oen. Mgr 8. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr. W. H. TAYLOE.Gen. Passenger Agent L. 8. BROWN, General Agent. Washington, D. C. Washington, Alexandria ct Mt. Vernon Railway. I.KAVB ALKXAHDRIA, For Washington, from corner Prince aid Royal streets, week days, at 5 45, 6 10. 6 20 635, 6 45, 7 00, 710, 7 20,7 35, 7 60,8(JO, 8 15, 8 20, 830. 8 50, 9 10, 9 30, 9 50, 10 10, 10 30, 10 50, ll 10, ll 25, lt 30, ll 50 a m.. 12 10, 12 25, 12 30, 12 50, 1 10, 1 26, 1 30, 1 50, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 50,3 10, 3 26, 3 40,4 00, 4 20, 4 30, 4 35, 4 60, 5 10, 6 20, 6 36, 5 46, 6 00, 6 15, 6 30, 6 50, 7 10, 7 30, 8 00, 8 30, 9 00,8 30,10 00,1030, 1110 and ll50p.m. Sundays?7 00,7 35,8 10.8 20,8 40, 9 00,9 20, 9 40, 10 0 , 10 20, 10 40. 1100. 1120 and 114*1 a. m., 12 00, 12 20, 12 40, 1 00 1 20, 1 40, 2 iii, 2 20.2 40,3 00,3-0, 3 40,400,4 20,4 40,5 00, 5 *J0, 5 40. 6 00, 6 20, 6 40, 7 00 7 20, 7 40, 8 00, 830,* 900, 930, 1000. 103f and 1110 p.m. FOB -tOUWT YRKHOH. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week days, 6 45, 662, 832, 1026, ll 25 a. m.. 1225, 125, 225, 332, 436, 6 35, 7 06 and 8 46 p. m. Sundays?70?, 830, 930, 10 30. ll M a. m.. 12 3', I 30, 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, itt, iU, 7 30, -< -lt; and 10 16 p.a . SCUK.IM IV K<>R Al.KXANI'KIA OTT GAB. NORTHBOI ?l>. Uave Ferry Wharf I it, 8' 41, 9 10, 9 50. lu lb, ll 00, ll H a. m.; IS 30, 1 06. I 06, I 4b, A M, 4 I 5, ?? 86, 5 0 , 5 5, ? ?'!<?, 1 ob, 7 4b, H 2b. 9 09, 9 -io p. m. miITILB'IINU. Leave Spring Park'8 05, 8 30, 8 65, 10 10, 10 45, ll JA a. iii; 12 15, U 60, I 20, 1 60 2 30. # 16, I 60, 4 20, 4 50, 5 30, 6 05. 6 60, 7 Mf 8 10, 8 46, 9 25, 10 00 p. m. Washington Southern Ry , .Schedule in effect April Itt 1908. Trains leave Union Stction for Washington and point* north at 8 02 and 9 33 a. m., 12 01 2 30, 807,9 23, and 1133 p. m., week daya. Bu_days-9 33 a. m., 12 01, 1J 13, 8 62, 9 23 ano 1133 p. m. For Fredericksbnrg, Richmond and points south at 4 22, 4 37, and 9 22 a. rn , ixl, 607 (local), and 6 37 p. m., week days, Sundays?4 37, 6 48, aud 9 22 a. ni. 4 02, 5i 7 (local), and 0 37 p. m. Aocomraodatien for Frederiekshnrg at 8 48 a. m. week days. NoTl:?Time of arrivals atd dopartui-ae and connections not guaranteed. C. W. CULP, W. P. TA YLOB. Gen '1 8u pt. Tra/. M gr._ STEAM KR& Washington and Potomac STEAMBOAT CO. Cameron Street Wharf. Steamer Harry Randal I Monday and Wei' ne* a* st ii p. m. fur I ?,?er IN.ioma.' Ihij.I iugs--Dills to Lower Mail.olex' ('nek. .Sm urdav, 9 a- m., tor landing-, between Glyme.nt and Noinini. Steamer Wakefield- Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 9 a. m. lor upi er Putouts.- land? ings?to Colouisl Keach and Uattox ('.eek. Steamer Estelle Randall -Daily, 8.15 a. m. for Glymont sn.I intermediate point', bun* .l?y, Tuesday and Thursday to Guilders iu addition, lt* turn trip same day. Schedule (.uhja-ct to tide and weather aud tc change without notice. WM. F. CARNE, in.. Gen.Passenger Agent. REARDON 4 GRIMES, General Freight aud Passenger Agents i.-.ay!2 .lin Alexsn.lris. NORFOLK ANO WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. Alexandria-Washing? ton Ferry. Fare FIVE CENTS each way Commencing May 1st STBAMBB "LACKAWANNA." Leave Alexandria at 6.45, 8.15. 9.46 and 11.16 a. m., 12.46, 2.15,126.96.36.199and 6.45 p. m. Leave Washington at 6.00, 7.30, 9.00 and 10.30 a. ni:, 1.00 noou, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30 and 6.00 p. m. Steamer stops at Giesboro every trip except Sundays. W. H. Callahan, Gen. Paas. Apt, John Callahan. 2d V.-P. and G. M._ HARTLAND. DELAWARE AND VIR. GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. Che Steamers of This Line Will Leave Alar. andria EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND 8ATUBDAY. at 4:30 o'clock p. m. -'OR BALTIMORE AND ALL THI USUAL RIVER LANDINGS, Cuisine and appoiutments unexcelled. Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York aolicited and bandied with care, Through rates and bills of lading issued. Single fare to Baltimore, UM) round trip, $3.50. Staterooms, one sar. $1.60. Meale, eoe. REARDON A GRIMES, AgenU, Foot of Cameron street. OLA-EUC- O. LBADBBATBB President. BDwabdb. LBAU8-ATBR, Vice President. JOH" i.iadbbatbb. Sec. and Treasurer. 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