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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
DIRECTORS:
C. R. flOOFP.Presld.nt. Q. E. WAPF ELD. Cashier.
JAS. P. MUIR, Vice Pr... J. J OREEN, Asst. Cash
Capital $100,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Undivided Profits, $20,000.
Resources.
Loans and Investments . . $857,765 78
U. S. Bonds. 152,000 00
Premium on U. S. Bonds . . . 3,000 00
Banking House and Real Estate 30,421 05
Cash. 62,037 73
Due from Banks and Reserve Agents . 110,171 93
5 Per Cent Redemption Fund . . 5,000 00
M,"220396l9
Liabilities.
Capital. $100,000.00
Surplus and Net-Profits , . 183,005 22
Circulation. 100,000 00
Deposits. 780,974 32
U. S. Deposits - . . . . 51,655 32
Other Liabilities . . . . 476 63
$1,220,396.49
emaW9a%uemamamr3o\
Great Opening ^ale.
SEVENTH STREET AUCTION CO.
In Yards of MARYLAND HOUSE, No. 2019 Bright
wood Avenue, Washington, D. C.
300 head of Horses and mules to be sold SATURDAY, (Mobei
3rd, 19ii8, consisting of draught, coach, delivery and driving horse;
all sold under full guarantee. Also harness, wagons and carriages
Auctions Every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
AT 10 A. M.
Only 5 per cent, charged for selling. Only 40c per day for (itali
feed and grooming- Only 25c charged if horse is offered but nol
sold. Kates to shippers- If you have horses or mules for sale bring
them- If you want to buy come.
S. J. COLLINSGRU and E W. CHARLTON.
-r.iw*_
et,tttt*tt*t*************************
A CORDIAL INVITATION
; Is extended to all who wish to open personal,
professional, business, trustee or corporation ac- J
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 in tbe Savings Department of the Alexandria National
Bank are requested to bring their books in and have their interest due
April i, 1908, credited therein.
Others who have not opened account with onr Savings Department
are invited to open accounts and note how rapidly their funds will in?
crease by regular deposit and interest earned.
I Alexandria
CORNER OF KING AND ROYAL STREETS,
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA *
Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation
ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA.
Authorized Capital Paid in Capital
$1,000,000.00_$300,000.00
DIRECTORS?
C.'J.',Rixey,fJohn P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C. C. Leadbeater
Henry K. Field, Henry Baader, George S. French, J. K. M. Norton. '
We act' as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel?
ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and
Trust lousiness Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts
We solicit the accounts of Hanks, Corporations, Firms and Individ?
uals, and promise liberal.treatment consistent with sound banking
methods.
inn Pl hk Koon stow 1: JEWELRY.
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 Butter
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,
DISTRIBUTORS,
Cor. St. Amph and Oroaoea Streets.
That Brick Pavement
Does Look Shabby.
let ns put in a first class Cement one for
yon. Vie will sllow you for tin- brick.
Remember we make the only
Double Air Spare Building Mock
in Alexandria Count>.
ROWE CONCRETE CO.,
Gen'l. Cement Contractors,
King aud Pejton Sts *.
FOR SALE.
No. 315 Sooth Washington Sfeet.
Two story BRICK HOUSE. All mod?
ern imprivemenls with sewrr connection.
Apply to R. F. KNOX,
sepi9 If 115 South Royal Street.
25 'Heka choice COF^EKS received, to he
/rashly reacted and Mid at 20c and 26c by
J. C. MIUiUKN
Useful Gifts
For the bride, sweet?
heart or relative. You
will find in our stx>re
in array of
GIFT-GIVING GOODS
not only beautiful but
useful, ranging; in price
from 25c to $75
HOI
JEWELERS,
10*B XOKTH HOYAI. HTRKET.
IN-TliANCF.
General Insurance Agency
LAURENCE STABLER,
Room No. 4, Burke ft Herbert Bldg
The companies represented in this offic
bar. assets of over $100,000,000. Arnon*
others are :
Hartford Firs Insurance Co.
Liverpool ft London ft a lob.,
/"Etna Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co.
Springfield Fire ft Marin*.
Prompt attention givea to adjustment o'
losses and all matters connected with insar
an~. "?Hi Itt
Todd's Celebrated Smithfield Old Yirmnir
HAM8. For sal, at J. C. MILBURN'*.
BAlrsKKT.-*.?A good assortment of Lunch
and Market Baak.ta. J. C. MILBDBN,
il AlfVanbria (Bazttte*
WEtDA i F.V ? *EPr. 2!'.
THIRTEEN CHURCHES BURNED.
There is a reign of teiror among thc
negro inhabitants of a considerable por?
tion of Calhoun, Baker and Miller coun?
ties Georgia, as tbe mah of a raid bj
nigbt riders Saturday night at the trail
of the outlaws beiug marked by the
blackened rains ot thirteen negro
churches and schoolhouses.
The following buildings were destroy
el: Mount Z on Church and schoolhouse,
Pleasant Hill Church and schoolhouse,
Christ Chnrch and schoolhouse, L;t le
Zion Church and schoolhouse, Belmont
Church, Mount Aetna Chnrch and
schoolhouse, New Salem Church and
schoolhouse.
The night riders fmt mtde their ap?
pearance at a point three miles eact ol
Kestltr, where the first church waa fired.
They galloped away toward the east, and
before the glare of the first fire had
reached its height, another was being
kindled a few miles away. Firs fol?
lowed fire, and the destruction of eveiy
building to wbich tbe torch wrs applied
voss complete.
Many ot the best members of the ne?
gro raco in tbe tiree coutit ea named rte
members of the congregations of some of
the burned churches,
This is the same community where a
few months sgo a number of negro lodge
r oms were dynamited, and wh? rs sev
iraJ lynchings hsve recently occutred.
Hewitt's Kidney and nimbler Pills are ttl
weak hack, backache, rheumatic pains, in
nomination of thc bladder and a'l other aa
noyances due to weak kidneys. They arc
s.el.l by W. F. Creighton A Co.
A Traveling Man's Ka pei lenee,
"I must tell you my extoeiieoco on an
east bound 0. R. A N. R. R. train from
Pendleton to Le Grande, Ore., writes
Sam A. Garber, a Foil knowu traveling
man. ' I was in the smoking depart?
ment with some rtbe r traveling men
wh?n one of tbem weet out into the
coach and came back and said, 'There is
a woman sick unto death in the cir.'
I at once got up and went out, found
her very ill with cramp colic; her bands
and sreng were drawn up so you could
not straighten them, and sith a de*to
like look on her face. Two or three
ladi'.s were working with her and giving
her whisky. I went to my suit case
snd got my bottle of OhamherLin's
Colic, Cholera and Diarroeh Remedy
(I never travel without it), ran to the
water tank, put a double d me of tbe
medicine in tbe glass, poured some
water into it and stirred it with a pencil;
then I bad quite a time to get tbe la?
dies to let me give it lo her, but I suc?
ceeded. I could at once see the i fl'cct
and I worked with her, rubbing ber
hands, and in twenty minutes I gave
her another d* se. By this time we
were almost into Le Grande, where I
was to leave the train. I gave tbe
bottle to tbe husband to be used in case
another dose should be needed, but by
the time the tram ran into Le Grande
she was all right, and I received the
thanks of every pessenger ia tbe car."
For sale by W. F. Creighton A Co.,
and Richard Gibson.
LEGAL NOTICES.
yiRG
Corporation Court of the City of Alexan
dna, on the 16th day of September, 1908.
Lula B. Ford )
vs. > In chancery.
Robert Ford, J
Memo. The object of this suit is to obtain
from complainant a divorce from the bonds
otiiiiitriiuony from defendant; to SSS?rt for
complainant the custody of the infant child
of complainant snd defendant, ai..) for yelle?
rai rc lef.
It appearing by an affidavit filed in this cause
that the defendant, Robert Ferd, is a
non resident of this State : It is Ordered, Thst
said defendant appear here within fifteen days
after due publication of this order, and do
what is necessary to protect his interests in
this suit, and that a copy of this order be
forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette,
a newspaper published in the city of Alexan?
dria', once a week for four successive weeks
nnd posted at thc front door of the Court
House of this city.
A copy?Tkstk.
N EVELL 8. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
.Lewis ll. Machen, P. Q, SSpM W?tww
\/IRGINIA.-In the Clerk's office af the
V Corporation Court of the * ity of Alexan?
dria, on the 18th city of September, 1908.
Dora Bordner ]
vs. > In chancery.
Johu 8. Bordner J
Memo. The object of this suit is to obtain a
divorce from the bona of matrimony with nd
to the Faid defendant
It appearing by an affidavit filed in thia
cause that diligence bas been used on behalf
of the complainant to ascertain in what county
or corporation the defendant. John 8 Bord?
ner, is, without eflect, and his where
is unknown : It ia Ordered, That said defen?
dants appear here within fifteen days sii -r
due publication of this order, and do what is
necesvary to (.rot. rt their interests in this ?nix
and thst a ccpy of this order be forthwith in?
serted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper
publishes! in tte city of Alexandria, onie _
week for four successive weeks, and posted at
the frontdoor ofthe Court House of thi- city.
A <?' [iV-'l I
NEV)- LL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
Oliver A Brumbsck, P. ('. h*>nl9 w4w-g
YVIRGINIA.-Inthe Clerk'a Office of the
? Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria,
on Ihe IMh day of Kcptember, 1908.
Dora Bordner, complainant, vs. John S.
Bartast, Bama*! Otoh, william E. Gil?
bert, W. Gvwnu Gardner. E. N. Hopewell,
A. T. Smith, trustees, sud John C. Brooke,
defendant'.
Memo. The object of this snit is to fell
house and lot on west side of Alfred street.
botSWSB King mid Cameron street*, in tliecity
of A .-xaodria, Ya., and satisfy a judgment
lit-n of the complainants.
Ii appearing by an * Sida vi* filed in this came
that diligence las been Bssd on behalf of the
complainant to ascertain in whst county or
corporation the defendant, John 8. Bordner,
i\ without elicit and his whereabouts is un?
known and that the defendants, William
E. Gill*ert, W. Gywini Gardner, E. N. Hop
?wal), A. T. Smith sui John C. Brooke,
ure non-residents of this State: It is Order*-1,
That slid defendants appear here within
fifteen days after due publication of this
order and do what is necessary to protect
th* ir inti rests in this snit, acd that a copy of
this order be forthwith inserted in tbe Alex?
andria Gazette, a newspaper published io the
eity 'cf Alexandria, once a week for four ruc
eessive veeks, and posted st the front door et
the court house of this city. A cony--Teste:
NEVELL BL GREENAWAY. Clerk.
Oliver A Brumbsck, p q. topll ?4w-f
\/IRGINIA.?In the Clerk's Office of tue
V Corporstion Court ofthe city of Alexan?
dria, on the 14th day of September, 1908.
Florence R. Glover 1
vs ol. chancery,
charles Glover, j
Memo. The object of this mit is to obtain an
absolute divot* on the gri uuds of desertion
by the complainant, Florence B. Glover,
from thc defeudant, Charl s Glo-j.r.
It ap;earing by an affidavit filed in this
cause t)_t the defendant, Charles (.lover,
is a non-resident of this State: It is Order
'-.!, /That said defendant appear here
within fifteen days after due publication of
this orikr; and do what is i eceasary to protect
bis intents in this snit, snd that s copy of
Lhisordttbe forthwith inserted in the Alex?
andria Gsbette, a newapaper publishes) in the
:ity of AltVaod'ia, once a week for four sne
-essive weftcs. and posted st tho front door
>f the Couit House of thia ritv.
A copv??!?>ie,
NEVI
Samuel G
LS. GREENAWAY. Clerk,
eat, P. Q. sepU w4wm
Qu_lit> BttabtUbsd Our Reputation
R>i_MMEiZ CAFE.
We announce the opening of the
OYSTER SEASON.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th.
Cherrystone Oysters on Half Shell.
Our Delicious Fried Oysters.
Reed Birds on Toast.
Prompt attention to family orders. Both phones.
s p-5 tf
JORI. M. COCHRAN. CHAS, t JOKB9
JOELM.COCHRAN&CO
Fine Wines and Liquors.
The Largest Package Liquor Store in Virginia
Northwest Cor. Cameron and Royal Ula.,
Alexandria, V.
I hone 6
We Lead"6thers Follow
1 here are few, if any, ofthe people ulc do
no- uant the beat gooda for th** lest ninney.
Taking thi- st itement fora fact and 1*1 ie v ing
lt to bo tra* -i further truth prun-i is 't.lf,
thrir (d'abilitv to pay hievh prict-a for Ihe tent
snides. If the pod*-: will ii t stand Ott
stru ii (..r I;.), ors which range from f4 lo $8
per pnllou, a few lotM-aii I e ?? ctioned lom
$2 toil AX We do iioclsim ihatthis whisky
oqaall t> S other, bal we are confident of th.
I'm t -hat it is the be?t in the ci'y foi thc
money. 1 ry a gallon and b< convinced that
?. rc-prewnt nothicg we cannot execute.
A Few for Your Consideration
Keystone $2.60
Forest Lawn 2.50
Pocahontas 2.00
Premium Blend 2.00
The above brands in pints and
quarts at pro rata prices
-oOo
JOEL 1. COIIM k CO.
OAKKIAOK1
AS GOOD AS NEW IN
EVERY RESPECT.
Many a delighted carriage owner has made
thar remark to us after having his shabby
vehicle renovated au*l {tainted at our up-to
date plant. Why not spend a few dollars thal
will transform your old rig into a smart new
MM I The saving is worth while.
Myers Brothers,
115 North Pitt Street
sepl2 lyr
Elk drove Butter
We sell it! Why?
Because it is the best.
Butter, Cheese, and Eggs slwsys fresh.
Flour, Tea, Cotl?e, Fruits, Vegetables snd
Canned Goods, Poultry always on baud.
Ordera delivered free.
Gaines & Allen,
Stalls 20, [30 and 31. Oity Market.
Home Phone 84.
We sell outright and ex?
change Public School
Books at state prices.
Being the depository
for the publishers we
can furnish any boot?
on the li^t.
School Supplies
of all kinds of a superior
quality sold at the low?
est prices.
Call for one of our book
lists showing the reg?
ular and exchange
prices. EVERY BOOK
COVERED before
leaving the S^ore.
5. F. Dyson & Bro.
108 King St, Next to Opera House
BELL TELEPHONE NO. 378.
Make a Good
Impression
Upon your correspond?
ents by using neat sta?
tionery. Good printing
costs but little more than
the cheap, shoddy kind.
1 will be glad to submit
prices and samples.
Robert S. Barrett
Printing
112 South Fairfax SL
Bell Phone 149.
He?
rne
F
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cul
ant
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MEETINGS.
A NN"AL MEETING ?Pursuant to its by
*? laws and order of its Foard of Directors
the regulsrannual meeting-if the stockholder!
of the NATONAL AUTOMATIC FIKE
ALARM COMPANY, of Washington, D. C.
will be he d nt the Hotel Fieiachniann, Alex
mi'ria. Va., .rn THURSDAY, the 8th day or
October, 19C.8, st 2 o'clock p. m., Cor the elec
lion of a H< ard of Directors for ths ensuing
rear sui for th. transaction ot ?arh otbei
busiiunsas ?|iail properly tome bet .re the
inm-liui/. Th. Irmn-fi-r I oi,ka will be olowd
?ci I ccVli.l o. ai. ? s, sn t re
iiiSIIi cl. w-d Ul.tl sfier m. i .
aep**t 3* J. W. FROhT, taVreUry.
THE aiutiial meotinaof I a Stoo*a boldsrs or
rill. * HON COP
1'DltA'J'ioN * li b. I.'d at tho oil
norporst'oo, Ko, lw north Fsirfit Ur*a?t
Al*-XNU<lria Va.. ?t 1 D. m.. Kit I DA V, Clctitb
er-.', i ? CHA*. W. DRAPES,
irpt'l 101 _ Secretary.
TBI MIMI] ice* ting of thu slock bold* rs oi
WAy.H NOTON BREWERY COM
PAN Y will ho held at the office of sa'.l oom
pany, No. 128 south Fsirfax .street, Alexan
tiri". Virninia, on MONDAY, <
l?w. st 3 o'clock p. m. 8. EHRM'H.
sept'l Ul Secretary.
OTICE TO OAS CONSUMERS.
PsU OTICE TO OAS COI
Oas bills for the quarter end ing September 1,
1908, having been delivered, this is to notify
all customers that the usual discount will nt
allowed on sll bills paid on or before October
1,1908. After that date no discount will be al
lowed and delinquents will be required tc
make early settlement. By order of the
Committee on Light. J B. WALLER,
sepl I td Clerk of Oss.
OllOOERIBrj._
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
QENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTr
And Dealers ia
ALL KINDS OF LIQUOR*.
Have on hand Gib<son's XX. XXX, XXXJc
an* Pr.re Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Mono
rrtm Whiskies: also Baker'sand Thompson'!
Pare Ry. Whiskies, to which they invite the
attention ofthe trade.
Orders from the oountry for inerchandia*
shall receive prompt attention.
Consignments of Floor, Grain and Country
Produce solicited, for which they guarantee
he highest market prices and prompt return*
N. E oorner Cameron and Royal Streets.*
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
?WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER)
And Dealers in
PURE WINE8 AND LIQUORS,
Country Produce reoeived daily. Oar stoct
of Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces every
thing to oe had in this line.
Wo hold largely In United States bonder
warehouse and carry in stock various bran*!'
of the beat
PURE BYE AND MALT WHISKIES
mads, Have also in store superior grades, ot
Foreign and American
WINE8. ALES. BROWN 8TOUT, Ac,
Mt Dallaliiiliiiii Guaranteed aa to Prioe anet
Quali ty .-?%
Oorner Prince tad Commerce Streets.
QUALITY TELLS.
J. C. MILBURN,
ll3'North Boyal Street : Alexandria,'Va.
Dealer in
FANCY AND STAPLE GBOCEBIES.
Proprietor of the
POTOMAC BBAND FLOUR,
which is unexcelled.
_t***"hCoflaes Freshly Reasted.'*!*
Home 'Phone 181. Bell 'Phone 293
The Best of Everything.
Fenway's Chocolates,
60c the pound.
Lowney's Chocolates,
60c the pound.
Coca Cola in bottles,
50c the dozen.
TAYLOR'S PHARMACY
KING STREET.
BOTH 'PHtONK. NIGHT BBIL.
AUCTION SILE.
R. F. Kn.x. Auctioneer.
QTTR3UANT TO THE TERMS OF A
i deed of trust dated December 14, 1907,
od re-orded in tha land records of the oity
f Alexandria, Va., in deed book No, 66,
.ase 435, given bv Robert A. Wsllace and
da V Wallace, his wife, to the undersigned,
to secure the debt therein mentioned, default
raving been made io the payment of the
ame, and being thereunto required by the
enetu-iarr under raid trust, the undersigned
rill offer for sale, for cash, at public auction
n the premire., N". 304 King ft reet, AJex
ndria, Va., at 12 o'clock rn , . n
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19(8,
te. following personal property, to-wit: Four
col tables, the cues, racks, balls and other
ji.ipment thereof, show cases, chairs and
-her furniture, stock of cigars, tobacco, mer
oandiee and store fixture**, in and opon said
remixes. JAM PS R. CATON,
>ep26 td_Trustee.
By Samuel H. Cunt. Auctioneei.
1Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE ENTERED
-* on the 22nd day of Seit-mber, 1908, in
ie chancery cauae cf John Mcwilliams,
tecutor, against Annie Webster et sis.,
?tiding in the Corporation Couit of the city
' Alexandria, tbe undersigned will offer for
le at puMic auction oo
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908.
1? o'clock noon, in front of the Market
Hiding on Boyal street, Alexandria, Va.,
1 that iot of gioun.i with the improvements
ereon at the southeaat intersection of Pitt
d Queen stree ?. in said city?No. ^27
>rth Pitt street?fronting on Queen street
feet 6 inches and on Pitt itreet 52 feet 7
chea, willi a four feet alley in lear leading
to Ult (.feet, with all appurtenances (see
ter Y No 3, pates 439), upon the following
?rn': One-third cash and the residue ofthe
rch se money in two eqosl paymeotsst six
d twelve mon ths, bearii, g interest evidenced
the cotes ofthe purchaser and secured by
?et-ntiou of title or deed ot trait.
JOHN M. JOHN-ION.
Commissioner of Sale.
[, Nevell S. Greenaway, Clerk of ths Cor
ration Court of tbe eity of Alexandria, do
reby certify that John M. Johnson has
reutid the bond required in the above
irt.
NFVELL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
ep24 td_
IAWHIDE
nat Inaner!?A handsome magazine
lUwhide.profasely Illustrated with
ta and views of the Mines, Town,
i District.
FIEE ON REQUEST
rite or Call for It Today
A. A. CONNOLLY,
Room 718 Colorado Building,
Uh and ti Sts N. W? Wash , D. C.
hone 4243.Main. septl? Ira
loweiitefli Bros
The Family Liquor Store
King and Alfred Sts.,
Wakefield Rye Som,..
Fine Table and Cooking Wines
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the Oity
Prempt.atteotion to Phone and Mail Orders,
No Bur. Both p hons..
BUILDING MATERIAL*?.
SMOOT & CO
(*Jocosssor to J. Rector 8mooa A ?>. I
WM FUMIB0
rn tuarn mn,
MeSaalhoturers or
OOOR AUD WINDOW FRA MES, MOULD.
ING8, Ac.
?'EALERii IN LIMBER. dH INGLES,
(Atm, NAILS. LIMlL
CA;c:iNED PLASTER ?<? CEMX*':
No. ir* north Union rtroM,
A laorAbdria, Va.
Inicer Doli-rered free, -n the etty
(ESTABLISHED; 1822.1
ma h field k a?.
Sncosssors to
JOSI AH H. D.8MOOT,
Lamber And Mill Wor*
OF ALL KINDS,
I. ime, Cement and Plaster
Office aid Yard llb ff. Union .street,
Factoi? No. IU N. Lee street.
.??"?Material Delivered FREE in the dty
FINANCIAL.
ESTABLISHED 1863.
BURKE & HERBERT,
Bankers.
Modernly equipped for banking la its va
rious branches.
Deposits received subject to oheck at light
Collections mad. on all points.
High-grade investment securities bough
and sold,
Letters of Credit and Foreign Exchang
furn ian ed.
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent.
A Savings Department in whieh interwrt'la
allowed on deposit*.
CHAS. B, HOOFF, I I GEO. B. WAROJIRLD
PBK81I0KKT, J | OASHUB,
First National Bank,
AlOXtAMDBU, YA I
DesslgrnatsM Depository of tbe
United Htatee.
CAPITAL ? ? H0O.0OC
SUBPLU8 AND UNDI VI U rio
PROFITS .... * ",00t
Directors:
CHAS, R. HOOFF, J. F. Il
0. L. BOOTHE, M. B. P.Ao LOVa
B. BAER, JR.
Prompt attention given to all bur c?, in
buding collections throughout the Unlt'C
flutes and Europe.
AGBICTJLTUBAL.
John P. Robinson, Geo. S. French,
President. Secretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
Chemical Company.
IMANUFACTIBERS OF
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma?
terials & Sulpb -iric Acid.
Ask your dealer for the Alexandrle'.Fer
tilizer et Chemical Co.'s Products.
Capacity: .10,000 tons per annum.
Princess Street and Potomac River Wharf,
Alexandria.Virginia.
WILLUM BBYAKT I FBANK H. HOUCH
Pr-s't, A Treas. I Secretary.
-THK
Bryan t Ferti lizer Company
Manufacturers of
rEBTTLIZERS, FEBTILIZING MATE
-RIALS, PURE RAW .BONE AND
FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA .
"LAND PLASTER,
Offlce: U7 King street.
Factory and Wharf: Foot of Daks
Alexandria, Va
OPENING AND CLOSING OP MAILS
Northern mails, week days, close at 7 10 a.
m. and 8 46,1130 a. m., and 2 00, 2 30,
8 15 and 10 30 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m.,
12 00 rn, and 4 00 p. m. On SundaysNorthern
mails close at 8 46 a. m., 2 30, and 7 20
p. m.
Sonthern mails via Charlottesville close at
7.10 and 10 30 a. m., and 3 20 and 1030
p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and 6 00 p. m.
Southern mails, via Richmond, close at
8 46and 10 30 a. m., and 326,600 and 1030
p. m. Open at 8 a. m., 12 m and 4 p. m.
oMaasssea Division mails close at 710 a. m
and 3 30 p. m. Open at 12 30 and 9 30 p. m.
Alexandria and Round Hill mails close al
7 46 a. m., and 4 00 p. m. Open at 9 00a. m.
and 2 30 p. m.
Chesapeake and Ohio mails close at 3 30 p.
m. and 10 30 p. m. Onen at 8 00 a. m. and
600p.m.
Washington maila close at 710, a. m. 8 46
and tl 30 a. m., and 2 00, 2 30,
8 15 and 10 30 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m.,
1200 m. and 4;00 p. m. and 430 p. m.
Office Hours?Open at 800 a. m. Close al
SOO p. m.
Sr-nday Hours-Open at 900 a, m. Close
at 1000 a.m.
Carriers' Schedale? Collection made on in
aide routes?6 30 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 00 and
^ tO p. m. Fe ll route?ti 30 a. m. Snd 5 30 p.
m. Sunday csJlection 500 p. m. Carriers'
window open Sunday WOO a. m. and close
LO 00 a. m.
Deliveries mads 8 00 a. m. 1 20 p. m. and
I lt atora,
All mail should lie In the office ten minutes
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Successor to WARFIELD A HALL.
PHONE 144 SOLE AGENT.
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RACTICAL MACHINISTS AND ENG]
NEERS.
?-'And Builders ol??
ARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINE*
Blacksmithing and Steam Fitting. Engi
sera' and Machinists' Supplies, and all sort
' mill work and that connected with brick
ork promptly executed. 'Repairing promp*
done.
J. A H. ATTCHESON,
IIS Kiar-*>??*. ? Alsxandi-U. Va.
. DMINI9TRATOR*8 NOTICE-Havig
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tims against aai' estate are smesto* ;o
weot the name pro erly certified for pay
int, and ali persons indebted to asud estate
?reuaestod to make prompt Battlement.
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SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Trains leave Union 8tatioa Alexandria
In Effect Sept. 6>h, 1908.
N. B?Following]schedule Anare* published
only as information, and are not guarantee.
8.-07 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harrison?
burg, and way stations,;
8.32 A. M.-Daily--U. 8. Fi_t MalL Stops
only for passengers for points sooth at which
schedoled to stop. Fire clam coaches, sleep?
ers to Birmiughsm ud drawina-room sleep
ors fo Now Orleans. Dinin* oar service.
4:27 P. M. Daily?Washingtoo ana Floridt.
limited. Sleeping-cars between New York,Au?
gusta am Jacksonville. Through flrst-clasi
coachs between Washington and Jaoksoa
ville. Bullet service. Tourist to Califoraia
tri-week ly.
4:32 P. M.-Week Dayv-J-X*! for Har?
risonburg and way staMom on Manassae
branch.
6:12 P. M.?P,>ily-Loeal for Wwrontoa
an.l Charlottesville.
10:17 P. M.?Daily?Washington and Chat?
tanooga Limited (ria Lyncbbui*;. Flr-t
class coach and sleeping cms to Roanoke
Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Sleep
er to Birmingham and New Orleans. Wall?
ington to Boonoke. Dining car service.
ll 02 P. M.?Daily?New York and Nsw
Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, club
and observation cara to New Orleans. Sleep?
ers to Asheville, Ailsnta.an New Orleans.
?Sleeper to ("hsrlotte. Dinin oar asrvioo.
Through trains from the (Soith arri v. at Ai
exandria 8:38 and 6:13 A. M. am' 3:13,
8-13, and 10:24 P. M. daily. Harrisonburg
12.08 P. M. vteek day* and V:l. P. M. daily.
Fros Charloicaeville 7:63 A. Nf
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Alexandria (W.40 Station) r.:22 A
M., and 1:40 P. M. week day-, and 5:15 P.
M. daily I r Bluemont; 6:35 P. M. week
days for Leer burg; 9:26 A. M. oo Sundays
00 Iv fur Riu mont.
For detail^ schedule finns*., tioketa. Pul
tata reservation, etc., apply ?
WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Ticks
Ailene, Alexandria, Va.
C. H. ACKKRT, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr
8. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr.
W. H. TAYLOE. Gen. Passenger Agat
L. 8. BBOWN, General Anent.
_Wuhington, D. C.
Washington, AIcxandria &
Mt Vernon Railway.
LUVI ALBXANHRU.
For Washington, from corner Prince and
Royal streets, week days, at 546, 610, 6 20
635, 645, 700, 710, 7 30,736, 760,800,
815, 8 20, 830, 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 60,
10 10,10 30,10 50, ll 10, ll ai, U 30, ll 50 a
m., 12 10,12 26, 12 30, 12 50, 1 10, 1 26, 1 30,
1 60, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 60,3 10, 3 26, 3 40,4 00,
4 20, 4 30, 4 85, 4 60, 5 10, 5 20, 6 36, 6 46,
600, 615, 630, 650, 710,7 30, 8 00, 830,
9 00, 9 30,10 00,10 30, ll 10 and ll 50p. m.
Sundays?7 00,7 36,810,8:?, 8 40, 9 00, 9 30,
9 40, 10 0 , 10 20, lu 40. ll 00. ll 20 and tl 40
a. m., 12 00, 12 20, 12 40, 1 CO 1 20, 1 40, 2 00,
2 20. 2 40, 3 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 Ol', 4 20, 4 40, 5 00,
5 20, 6 40, 6 00, 6 20, 6 40, 7 Ou 7 20, 7 40, 8 00,
830, 900, 930, 1000, 1081 and 1110 p.m.
-SOB MOUNT VBBHOW.
Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week
days, 5 45, 652, 832, 10 25, ll 26 a. m.. 12 25
125, 226, 332, 436, 535, 705 and 840
p. m.
Sundays?700, 830. 930, J.O 30, ll 30 a. m.,
123 , 130, 230, 3 30, 430, 530, 630, 730
8 4ti and 10 16 p.m.
SCHEDULE EOR ALEXANDRIA CITY CAB.
NORTH BOl'JiD.
Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10,9 50,
10 25, ll 00, ll 35 a. m.; 12 30, 1 05, 1 36,
2 05, 2 45, 3 30, 4 16, 4 36, 5 O'), 5 5, 6 30,
7 06, 7 45, 8 25, 9 00, 9 40 p. m.
SOUTHBOUND.
Leave Spring Park 8 05, 8 30, 8 66, 9 35.
10 10, 10 45, ll 20 a. rn ; 12 15, 12 60,
1 20,1 50 2 30, 3 16, 3 60, 4 20, 4 60, 5 30,
6 05, 6 50, 7 26, 8 10, 8 45, 9 26, 10 00 p. m.
Washington Southern Ky
Schedule in effect Se j t 6th, 1908.
Trains leave Union Static a for Wsahingtoa
and points north at 8 02,8 23 tai 8 33 a. m.,
120 , 230, 807, 8 18, and 1133 p. m., week
lays
Sundays?8 23 and 8 33 a, m., 12 01,8 07,
518 and 11 SS p. m.
For Fredericksburg, Richmond and points
routh at 4 22, 4 37, 9 Tl tad ll 32 a. m., 4:03,
i 17 (local), and 7 52 p. m., wauk days.
Sundays?437, 6 48, and 9 22 o. Vt. 4 02,
>17 (local). ?And 7 52 p. m.
Aooommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 33
k. m. week days.
Note :?Time of arrivalii and departures
ind connections not guaran-eed.
c. w. culp, yr. p. taylor.
Qen'l Supt._Traf. Mgr.
STEAMERS.
Washington and! Potomac
STEAMBOAT CO.
Cameron Street Wharf.
Steamer Harry Randall?Monday and Wed
leslavatfi p. m. for Lower Potomac land
ngs?Dills to Lower Machcdoe Creek. Sat?
urday, 9 a' m., tor landings between Glymont
nd Nomini.
Steamer Wakefield?Sunday, Tuesday and
'hursday at 9 a. m. for upper Potomac land*
iga?to Colonial Reach and Mattox Creek.
Steamer Estelle Randall?Daily, 8.15 a. m.
or Glymont and intermediate points. 6un?
ay, Tuesdsy and Thursday to Guudersin
iMition. Return trip same day.
Schedule subject to tide and weather and c
bange without notice.
ill. F. CARNE, Jr., Gen.Paesenger Agent,
REARDON A GRIMES,
General Freight and Passenger Agents1
may 12 3m_Alexandria.
NOB FOLK AND WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT CO.
Uexand ria-Washing?
ton Ferry.
are FIVE CENTS each way*
Commencing Mity 1st
Stbam-b "Lacxa waootna."
Leave Alexandria at 6.45. 8.15. 9.46 and
.16 a. m., 12.46,2.16,3.46. li.00.snd 6.30 p. rn.
Leave Washington at 6.00, 7.30, 9.00 .and
1.30 a. m:, 12-00 noon, 1.30, 8.00, 4JO aod
50 p. m.
Steamer stops at Giesboro every trip except
indays.
W. H. Calka ha a, '3e.?- Pc*. Aft,
John Callahan, 2d V.-P. mid G. M.
ARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VIS*
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
ia Steamers of This Lins Will Leave AJsx.
tadrit
'ERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
SATUR HAT
at 4:30 o'clock p m.
IB BALTIMORE AND ALL TH!
U8UAL RIVER LANDINGS,
*uisine and appointments unexcelled,
freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia sad
w York solicited tad handled with oars,
Tirough ratos and bills of lading issued.
'ingle fore to Baltimore, $2,50; round trip,
Xl. Staterooms, one way, 11.60. Meads, 60a,
REARDON A GHI MKS. Agents,
Foot of Cameron iitreet,
ILABBKCI O. LBADBBATBB. President.
IDWABD8. LBADBBATBB, Vioo President.
OHN lbadbbatbb. Sec. and Treasurer.
ESTABLISHED 1793.
S. LEADBEiTER k SM'S,
;(I0KX)EPOBATB0.)
Wholesale Druggists
lufacturing Pharmacists and Dealers li
its. Oils, Window Glass, Eyestuffs Spioss,
ggiefts' Fancy Goods and Specialties. Im
?crt of Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Ps*.
Bry, Olive Oil, Ac.
reata for John Lucas A Co.'s, Tinted
? Paints, Masury's Liquid Colors and
os's Load and Zinc Psi nu.
tods shipped the day order; is -reoeived,
-ations famished by return tooti. Cor,
truismem solicited.
ioice PEARL HOMILY and BREA*
?nnrrst a>Mi..i t f WTBrrtjar
aney EVAPORATED PKACH_SUP*I
8 ud PRUNES for sale by
J. C. M
ILBURN.
. Vernon Violet fioratod Talcum Pow
a 25c' powder for 10c.
E. S. LEADBEATE A SONS.

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