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Tlie story of Mrs. Matilda Warwick, of Kokomo, Ind., as told below, proves the curative properties of that well-known female remedy, iWinc of Cardui, Mrs. Warwick says: Help "I suffered from pains in my head, shoulders, limbs, side, stomach low down, dizziness, chills, tn r 8, fainting spells and other female trot_l hs. as almost dead. Three doctors did no! last, I took Cardin, and with the first hoi tic ?<! d relief. Now I am cured. But. for Cardui, I would have been dead." Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALEXANDRIA, VA. OFFICERS: 'CHAS. R. flOOFF. Pr-af-ant O. E- WARF'ELD. Cashier. (JAkD.Nhi. L. BOOTHE, Wlce Praa. J. J. OREEN, Asst. Cash. Capital $100,000. Surplus, $150,000. Undivided Profits, $25,000. Resources. Loans and Investments . . . $820,456 67 U. S. Bonds. 152,000 00 Premium on U. S. Bonds . . . 3,000 00 Banking House and Real Estate . 38,071 05 Cash. 54,988 43 Due from Banks and Reserve Agents . 124,753 62 5 Per Cent Redemption Fund . . 5,000 00 $1,198,269.77 Liabilities. Capital. $100,000.00 Surplus and Net Profits , . 188,660 09 Circulation ..... 100,00000 Deposits. 757,063 04 U. S. Deposits i- . . . . 51,610 62 Other Liabilities .... 936 02 $1,198,269.77 "'*' ai ' maantntmgmnnnnnwimmitlMBMm^ ZIMMERMAN'S. lat's the Avi_iit_l*C In All ice to Get VJ j & LCI __> Styles, MARKET SPACE. Quality Established Our Reputation. RAMMEL, CAFE. Oyster Season Now Open. Cherrystone Oysters on Half Shell. Our Delicious Fried Oysters. Prompt attention to family orders. Both phones. trpt I Alexandria National Bank. d ? ; Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 CENTRALLY LOCATED. Places at your disposal every facility and service offered by any Conservative Bank Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for many interests We are prepared to properly care for yours. The Beard of Directors of the Alexandria National Bank : C. F. Kicol, Pmidaai W. B Baton*, Vic* Pm deaf. Jobn A VtrstiHll, Vice PreaidenU fl. Rudall Smith, Vlei President. T C.8?ith,Oubiar. CC Carim. Vf. a. sn,o,.r, Jr. A. H. Beetor, Vt. A. Rm il. P. F (J.rmran. E. L Okrell. Edward 0. Portner. Invite your accounts, whether large or small, both in the Commercial and Savings Department, with the assurance of careful attention. Customers in our Savings Department are requested to bring in their books and have interest due October 1st en? tered. We want your account whether it is large or small. JEWELRY. Useful Gifts For the bride, sweet? heart or relative. You will find in our -tore in array of GIFT*GIVING GOODS not only beautiful but useful, ranging in price : from 25c to $75 O.Oli&Soii JEWELERS, NM MOUTH ROYAL HTRERT. La Grippe in lo?l in oblivion when* few doa* al Quyboo Are taken. 10c aad 'ibo boxea, at _, 6, _____>_______. A MOS*, A. L. Falk Co. 917 F street Northwest, Washington, D. C. Headquarters for High Grade Furs at Popular Prices. Sew Rlark I.yrx Fur ? $25.li0 up to f'o.OO. S'ew Pel-ian Lynx eett at 18.00, ; $15.00, $'&_-ari 1*040. S'ew rarf<*f>l Tlnth Colts at $15.0C, $16 "JO, 5.00. IPJCIAL?100 Haw Piei riaem DrfSWK, kuliable tot eva-ii:.? ?. sbadi.. cf pink, hlue. white mid chan - pa.*; han-'orotly trinu. ? I m^allionx; ft.9b. j Miivi. PIP* tOf^audTAt.'.h FLOW '.R POT., just received hv HILBUBlf. KEW RAISINS. riP.BANT.Sand APRI? COT- juat received by J. C. MILBURN. 2drtanbria* (Gazette. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBEK I, JILTS I'.LIND MAN. Tbe issuing of a marriage license to two men for tbe * me woman, tbe re feral of tbe woman io bate one of the meu, notwithstanding the fa:', that the preacher was at the home ready to perform ihe ceremony, and the intention of the rejected soitcr to hare the woman sued for bri < :h of promise has furnished Dover, Del., with a sensation. James A Reynolds, ii blind man nf .aSarit 40 years, supposed he bal soffi cienily wooed and securer! tbe hand of Miss Clara Eveline Roisell, of tbat t wo. to wai rant a rn ir ru ge. Ia fact a'l the plans were made, he says, for tbe wedding on Sunday evening last, tbe preacher, the Rev. J. A. ItjcksoD, paster of Armory Methodist Episcopal Church, having been engaged to tie the knit. The brida-to be val preparing herself in an upper room for tbe ceremony, and while on her way downstairs suddenly cbanged her mind aboat marrying Rey? nolds. Reynolds sm* railed ups'n ri aid informed thit the wedding would not rake place. Tbe preacher, wbo bad a meeting to a lend al bis church, left the honse with tbe license, thinking, per? haps, tbat the pair would cl .nge their minds tba' the wedding would eventual ly take place, bat such was not the ene. M a-ndsy, November 30, Miss Reta-ell, accompanied by .limes C. Stulsburr, giviti. Ma residence aaCbeswold, visited be i ffice* of Oierk of tha Court y. W. Dirbjr, aod asked for a license to gel married, which was granted. Reynolds, when apprised of the my tiona aad intention* of bia expected bride, at once appeared before a magis trata tbere and endeavored to bring suit for breach of promise. He was informed ry the magistrate tbat in order li bring proceedings ot tba' kind be would have to bring suit in tbe Sjperior Court. The chances are, however, tbat Reynolds ?viii content himself with hi. present condition and ci nie to worry longer over the matter unless it be tbe loss of thc $2 -o') for the marrisge license too hastily gotten. Millions of Lives Lost. The Awful Toll Collected by Consumption. If j.?(r|)lf> could only underhand thst <^?t>iri.\ in an internal scrofula?tint Bethina app'-ed .ita-rnally doe* much goead?thev would i:ot need to be. warned so often abonl il.ii. f tj! disease, whi.-h, when uegleci. I, invariably ends up in Consumption, at the rf millions of lives every j'ar. Yr i Cal trth ii easily cured if the right treatment is a-mploved. Catarrh is csu-d bv germ, in the blood which circulate ihronRhmt tha entire (ja tem. Ext-mal remedies give but temporary ?aaa. Although th?> eflect- arc oft ?ti tren in tha- form of pimples, rash, eczema or dry s al. 'kin, th' trouble is invroAl. and cin nea- r be cunt by ext.mal ree ? lira. The only war laenre Catarrh in hyem plojinK a mediciii.' which is labsoil.ed and earned by thc blood oatt puhoi th* ?ys letn *oi>iatthe mucous m?mornne a.r , nalliaing nf th. body is thoroughly >? Mil, mm liv I, dirinfitted of.. and the sorcoeai i eilad. We have a r-rmHy prepare I from the pre i ii of a phvai<ian who fer thirty year* i ami muir Catarrh a specialty and Wi one recoid of success was a cured in every raaf, where Irs treatment wa. followed aa l>r..irilrc 1. That r. uie-ly is Kuall Moen Tone. We are w> pcntiv that it will eare Catarrh in all ito varioo* forma, wi ? ber Beau or chronic, that we preafailo return penny paid i- /cr medicine inev. r$ case where it ni's to rare or far any rt-sxs ? I <s ni t satisfy th* aler. We want *ou to try Kenall Mucu-Tone on oar recomnteodati.il sud avaiaatce We ar. right bera wheic von ive. a-d you dono contract any obligation er risk winn you try I .-tall .Mucu-Tone on our guwaotee. W ? have Rexall Mutu-Tone in two size. Tate pried are 60.3, and $1. Very ofi ii tl.e bOc. ? \n- eilects a cure. Ol course, rn chronic caws a longer tre'taunt li nen-arv. The ave age in tech iaataaeai la three $1(0 bott lei. IV. P. Taj lor, 016 King street, Inn you l>elieve yemp senses ? When two of Hiern, I -ste and smell, having bec o na (tailed if not uttely/doatioyad. by tim i nih, arc lull iy ra Hored by Fly'-Cream it al ni, ?un yon doflbt that thia icncly deirrvih ali tbat bas been iaid of it hy the thorn-mi- ? bo have used it'' it is applied directly to thc a I fee ted air passages and begins its heal.ic work at OBMC. Why BOt get it toalay 1 All drngg st* or mailed by Elv Uro... 6-i Warren -trait. Sew York.cn rersiptof 60c_nt* [No. 70W ] REPORT OF THE CONDITION ALEX A.\DRIA \ATH1\ AL BAXK \i \i.k\ an nm \, Va., Ai thecloeeof buaineM November 27, RE80URCEB. Loans aod discounts. $367,462 .11 Overdraft-, recured and nmocm i. 1,1 C. S. Bondi to -rare circulation 3 per cool. 100.000 W r. h Bondi to neara L'. S. de posita, I (>er cent. . 60,000 00 l-r.-n.iiim- on ~. & bonds. lu Bon ls, securities, etc. 'ib,4i0 ou Banking house, furniture and fix tar.-. 33.6-0 00 Doe from National Hanks (not reserve agents I. $,20. 18 Dae from .-tate Banka and Bank ar-. hue from approved raeerv. agenti. $1,107 i - and other ea-h items. Kx. h nee* for clearing h nasas.... 3,.'i7.o ia Note- of other National Hanks... 17". tu Fractional naper currency, nick? el-ami cent-. 127 17 I.AUH I. MOXS. Bl -i.i:vk IN Bank, viz : Specie.22.7 Legal-tender nola. 2.690 00 -23,3;-i r> Redemption fund with I'. I percent of circulation J. l,4f?0 08 Total. UABIL-TTES. Capital itoek taaid iu. $100,000 00 .-orpins fui il . ll ?? Undivided irn.hr-, ie?? espearn and taxes oaid. 7,1)04 '" National Bank notes outetaading 100,000 00 'i.7.3 S-'r linc to Tr?a Companies au l Suv iDgs Bank.. 2f0 00 Doe t> Approved Keatrve Agmla Dividends unpaid. Sf (0 Individual deposits mbieet lo ? k? . 2*?r ?its,sutr|*<tt icheck 116.6)0 7 Time certiiicates of deposit. 13,1 ed .heck- . . 5.8 75 < a?liier\. hecks outstanding. U 10 United .States deposit*. 60,0 Total. $a--,_n .ki Stale of Virginia, City of Alexandria, ss. I, T. C. Smith, Cashier of thc above named bank, do solemnly .wear that the above statement is true to the best k now ledge and belief. T. C. SMITH. Cashier. Suhvrit-sl and sworn to l?tfi re me thia 1st ? SN. -OHM 1'. NoKMOYLE, Notary Pub!!' My commission expirv. October 6, 1909 Correct?Attest: C. E. Num., ) W. B. Smik?t, Directors. W. A. .moot, jr. FLORID-, ORANOFS. tweet; ja?t reeeiv ld bj J. C. lllLB . M?. Dont \7V Ju-t rcratch a match?light thc Perfection Oil Heater? and 5top shaVering. \\ her a room that s ?that ihe fur reach? there you'll need a PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped -.vlth Smokeless Device, Just tl ell ; for 1 . va.'el timoor between aeaaona. Ita ;?! iv a any room cheerful and cozy. No Rooke? no smell?smokrleis device prevent-. di 4 quarts of oil hurninf? 9 hour. Llir-d in japan and nickel, ..very heater warranted. ?i?^.I__np?** ? which is so much apprrruatrd hy .- I siuden'_. Made of brass, nickel pl il : with the bleat unproved centra! draft bonier. Every lamp warranted. Write our nearest agency for de Knptrve circular if your dealer cannot supply the Perfection Oil Healer or Rayo Lamp. Standard OH Company (Incorporated ? 7T_Z___SI Virginia Safe Deposit ALEXANDR!; Authorized Capital $1,000,000.00 DIREC C. J. Kixey, John P. Robinson, Tl Henry K. Field, Henry Baader, Gi We act as Fxeculor, Adminif ty, Contract, Official and Judie Trust .Business Transacted, fnte: We solicit the accounts of Banks, uals. and promise liberal trcatmer nethods. HERWOOg WHISKEY, gy a ft ^^/ $2.75 Per I ti ? rorca an i I .$2.00 OLD .tlERriOLT, $2.75 Per Gal. Oar lln^hn Oin I. ahaotiitoly mn*? i.n.-a? lilKiily n i-oii.iii. mated i,r rva-ja . Wi r nil llqiinra. - i Cn A Main, li. I THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO. Leading Wholesalers. 616-618 F Street H. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. 'BOTTLE I"' ._? Cl_VP.KKrK c. LKADBKATKR. Presidenl. edward ?. j._adbkatkb, Vice President. jobi* -Eadbeatrk. Sec. and Tr*__t-r_r, ESTABLISHED 1782. :. S. LEADBEATER _ SOUS, (lI-COnPOBATHD.) I 0 fanufaclnrinr? Pharmfcisls and Dealeri li 'dint*. Oils. Window Giana, Dyestofl., Spice* ? ni-i-iM-.'J'.'i: ?ia-M-l-. and Specialties. Im orten. of Tooth Br.fhes, Hair Brushes, Per ir_ery, Olive Oil, Ac, Ajea-r t for .fohn Laen* k Co.'s. Tintec1 '.oem Paints, iii.sn ry's Liquid Colon anc le.voe.'t Lend and Zinc Paint*. Goods shipr**.' the day order la nweired notations frrnlshed by return malL Cor >.?v>PfloTrr* ?^';a.ia?a< A('KICUL-UKAL. OHN P. ROBINSON, GKO. S. FRKNCU, President. Secretary. alexandria Fertilizer aod Chemical Company. MAMFAfTCRERS OF :ertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid. ,sk your dealer for the Alexandria Fer tilizer & Chemical Co.'s Products. (a par lt}: 50.000 tons per annum. i mid Potomac Uiver Whare*, Alexandria.Virginia. ,'. C. PASTS-.--., i L>. C. BlCHABMOSi haa't afc Trtaa. Secretary. -TUB tryant Fertilizer Company Manufacturer, of ERTILIZERS, FERTILIZING MATE? RIALS, PURE RAW BONE AND FINE GROUND NOVA SOO-IA * LAND PLASTER. Office: Burke and Her! ert'ibaO- building Factory and Wharf: Foot of _>__? ALxanHria. Va KI INC -O THE srei-Kllor.DERS OF THE WASHINGTON r*E_TII,IZ**B ie annnsl ni^ftiiii; of tha er* of thii mpariy. for the eltetion ..i orb-a-r* and tor e transaction a,f tn li ..ther badana ss may nie rtfon li Mr ? '--i .-.willie hell at the neral otk ipany, No. ll atal street. A>ihi .Ira, Va., at the hour o' 30 a.m. WEDNESDAY, the 9th day of icenibtr. JOHN. F. WILKINS, Pre-ident. II STIDUAM, r-tcreury. _ aridri;i. Va., De-c-mr.-r 1. I -Tl-u annual meeting .t"the *toe*k I h.nUr. of thu CHARLOTTESVILLE *D BAPIDA1 i COMPANY l at the pomoany in tzaadria, Vi?--ia, ob WEDNESDAY, seater ll ..'clock a. m.. for the rposeofe'e t nx directors and transacting -n other buaioeM ii mav come btfare tl,. -tin*. li. D. LANKFOBP, 6 eretary eel 2?r 1UBY PHONES rrcavved by j. c. milburn JEW NAVY BEANS just rec-ire-br J..C MILBURN. & Trust Corporatioi \. VIRGINIA. Paid in Capita $300,000.00 roRS. omas J. Fannon, C- C. Leadheatc rorge S. French, J. K. M. Norton trator and Trustee. Issue Fidel ial Bonds. General Banking am ?est paid on Savings Accounts Corporations, Firms and Individ t consistent with sound bankin] Wake a Good Impression1 Upon your correspond? ents by using neat sta? tionery. Good printing costs but little more than the cheap, shoddy kind. I will be glad to submit prices and samples. Robert S. Barrett Printing 112 South Fairfax St Bell Phone 149. QBQOERIB W. A. JOHNSON ft GOh WHOLESALE GEOCJ*R8. 3KNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT And Dealer, in ALL KINO.S Ol" L'OTTOB-*, Bare on hand Gibton'! XX, X.\X, _XX_ indPr.reOld Rye, Old Cn ni not and Mon rram Whiskies- also Baker' i_ra Rye Whiskie-s, to which they invite thi attention oftbe trade. "hiern tram tho conntry for inerrrhandin shall receive prompt attention. 3onsi?_ment* of Flour, Grain and Country ?"reduce solicited, for ? hi rh they (ruarantci he highest market pri-M and prompt returns N. ft corner Cameron and Royal Street-, TMFahEkN & cu.. rVHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRCK*__ And Dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUOPJ3. *onntry Produce received daily. Our itocl f Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces, every thin? to ne had in this line. Va hold I'nited States bondel rarehout:- <?. i atoeli vrtrions brand: PURE RYE KIES aad e. Have al - grades, o Foreitn and WINES. ALE* BROWN STOUT, kn. J_^8a___c_on Gnurnnteod as to Price nat Quality.-** Tn?lear Prince and Com moro St>??ts. QUALITY TELLS. J.C. MILBURN, 13 North Royal Street : Alexandria, Va, Dealer in FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, ?roprietor of the POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR, which is unexcelled. JtM-CoBeet Freshly Boasted, ta. lome 'Phone 181. Bell 'Phone 291 FRUIT CAKES. )ur Mince and Pumpkin Fies Vhen U eatum you will find there R none 2 beatum -ANCY ICE CREAM MOLDS and PASTRY for the season Order now. H. BLOCH, ;on tect ion er. Iii." Kin/* Street _**oth Phone* OTTERBURN" Mia and Magnesia Springs WATER. Greatest known Water for Dys epsia, Indigestion, Kidney and iver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it td testify to its great merit BANK WARFIELD, Drngglsl -neeeascr to WARFIELD k BALL. PHONE 144 gOLE AGENT. NW, Coraar Fair'" and Priooa Bbaaf J* Bring Your Prescriptions _ Here tflttfe if you want them filled withl the purest and freshest drugs, and with the greatest care and accuracy ? fil}ed precisely as your physician order;; them filled, to pro? duce thc exact effects he de? sires. - We are proud of the record we have made in our pre? scription department. And yet we fill prescriptions at very reasonable prices, and fill them quickly, too. In proprietary medicines we can offer you a number Of reliable remedies. This seems to bc the sea Son for colds. Take REX? ALL COLD TABLETS. We are familiar with the formula of these* tablets and know they are an effective cure for la grippe, prevent colds, relieve coughs and feverish conditions and head? aches that usually go with a cold.v Sold with the Rexall guarantee, a.,-. ?< ^^ TAYLOR'S PHARMACY _ fdr, KING STREET._ H! ' iysUBAWO-5. General lasarance Agency LAURENCE STABLER, Room No. 4, Burke A Herbert Bid**, Tne companies represented in this offici bave assets or over $100,000,000. Among others are: Hartford Fire insurance Ca, Liverpool & London A Globe. /Etna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. Springfield Fire 4 Marloo. Prompt attention given to adjustment ol losses and all matters connected with inaur anno **-! Itt BUILDINC^MATERUL'-. SMOOT & CO (Snccenor to J. Rector Smoot A Co.) STE.- lUNHUHfl ASD PIAW HUI. McJiaf-cturers Ol DOOR AND WINDOW FRA MES, MOULD' INQS. Ao. 0EALER8 IN LUMBER. dHINGLES, LATHS. NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMK5n No. 25 north Union -tract, Alez-odria, Va, t n-W Delivered free In the <*Itv. [iiST.VBL_.HED 1822.] ma K. FIELD _ GO. -U-T?t-ors to .0_1_HH. D. SMOOT, Lamber and Mill Work OF ALL KIND-, Lime, Cement and Plaster Oflr. arid Yard 115 N. Union itreet, Factory No. Ill N. Leertrejet, ^r-a-Mntcriil nelivewl PRES ia -Ml arty CONFECTIONEB8. __*TTP_?S. Just received direct from ihe steamers 1. tons of nuts in their original bays Alto two tons of imported FRUITS for our delicious FRUIT CAKES that we ship to oil parts e)f the United States. L. SilUiHAN & SON, 516 King Street. dov2*I lm WAKEFIELD Pure Rye, Best Medicinal Whisky. $100 PER QUART LOWENBACH BROS., The Family Liquor S'ore, KING AND ALFI'.KI) BULEE*'S. *?*" B?,_O.el. Vhrret VALUABLE PROPERT\ FOR SALE. In or ar t i aeit!.- un let itt, fie andi I ? - ail] Hil at |.rivaia? Hnia- the raloahla Drorertr. aitaatad in tha Vs., to ail : i h-at two story BRICK HOOPE rt vo. 322 a -.tre>t, i fr:.t ieiag urea (7) rOartns and hath willi lar?a? jaril arri ;t ..??.I brick t-taaiaie. It h u line prr?je'rty tor either re-_d.ital or invisttn-nt pori T.-m s reasou hie. CtTA-L*-! I. SIMM.-*, LEWIS IL KACfl<_f,' _io-1" _212 K i tr rtr .?'. I CH ?E BF DLL***! raceme-tad iheeaate rn .r-rf th.; iii' I !h ri't pb.fr Lyia>H, to bit <"t and ihnnii.eker, HU south ct. Aleph stin-. Mr?. CHRIS. LY I BS. Edgar L_,yle__i P.""-!*'"tfiilly selie1.ts a share nf joar patron* age, 111 ho-ith A.?Hph itnei. All work .r-,r Dteed. I.<:pairi::.f neatly done. iiiivlr; im J. & fl. AITC .KSON, PRACTICAL MACHIN1SPS AND ENG) NEER8, ?And Buiideri of? MARINE AND STATION IT? Y ENGINES B "."hsmith.ue and 8t?__ titting. Eng) attn' a-nri Machinist-' Supplies, ami all son of Bill work and that eonnectecl with brick work promptly executed. Eep_rini prempe y lone, J. A H. AITCHESON, V* ~e,? -??_* *i_T_a,,M?. ... Apples Wanted Will M9 FIFTEEN CENTS PER BU-HKL for windahiken fallen Apples. Board, Arm_^rong & Co., Alexandria, Va. ortlntf FOR RENT. Possession given at oace. Also ti room frame._ 15,00 5 roora trick. U5.00 in good order. ROBERT ELLIOTT, Reai Estate Agent. oc_,t/ 127 south Beyal street, _1-AILBOAD._ SOUTHERN RAILWAY Traini leave Union Station Alexandria In Effect Sept. nth, 1908. N, B~Fo'lowing schedule figures published only asinfornatlon, and are not guaranteed, 8:(r7 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harrison, burg, and way stations. ?33 A. M.-Daily-D. S. Fart Mall. Stope only for passengers for points south at which sohe*duledto stop. FL* class coache., sleep? ers to Birmingham and drawing-room sleep ?rs fo New Orleans. Dining car -sryice. 4:27 P. M. Daily?Washington and Florida limited. Sleeping cars between New York, Au? gusta uro Jacksonville. Through flrst-claai cotvche between Washington and Jacksna vill*. Bullet service. Tourist to California tri-weekly. 4:3-' P. H.-Week Days?Local for Har risouburg and way stations on MnnaaaM brunch. 6:12 T. M.-D?ily-Loc_l for Warrentoa and Charlottesville. 10:17 P. M.?Daily-Washington and Chat, -mooga Limited (via Lynchburg. First class coach and sleeping cars tu r.oano_e Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Sleep er to Birmingham and New Orleans, Waab ingtoi to Roanoke. Dining car service. 11:02 P. M.-DaUy-New York and New Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, club and observation cara to New Orleans. Sleep? ers to Asheville, Atlanta, iii New Orleana, Sleeper to Charlotte. Dioin cr.r service. Through trains rroni the South arrive at Al exandria 8:2** and 6.13 A. 51. BO) 8.13, 8*18, and 10:2-. P. M. daily. Harrison'-urg I2.u8 P. M. veek days and9:lo P. M. daily. From Charlottesville 7:5. A. M TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANrn L*_ve Alexandria (Vf. 4 0. Station - M. aadLttP. M. week ??*-, and I M. daily i r Bl union t; ri A j V. M ?e~k >iays for letsbrg, 9:2i A. IL ca ba Od'v to- la h. mout. For detailed schedul' fi^nr.*, rii-ke'.s, Patt man reservation, et*.-., ..iainv nj WILLIAM G. LE11EW, Union I Agent, Alexandria, Va. C. H. ACKERT, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr 8. H. HARDWICK, Pars. Traf. W. H. TAYLOE, Gen. Passenger Agent. L. S. BROWN, General Ai'ent. _ Washington, D. C. Washington Southern Ry Schedule in e>_eet Sept .th, I Trains leave Union Statuaa for WV.-.ingtoa and points north at 8 02,8 21 an-; 8 it a. m., Un ,280,807,818, and ll 33 p. m., week dava. 8u_daya-8 23 and S33a. m., 12 01,8 07, 8 IS ?i ? 11 33 p. m. For Fredericksburg, Richmond and points south at 422, 4 37, 9 22 and ll 83 a. BU, 4:<-_, 517 (local), and 7 52 p. m., weak days. Sundays?4 37, 6 4_ and li a a. in. 4 02, 5 17 (local), and 752 p. nj. Accommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 3$ a. m. week days. Note:?Time of arrivals a_d depar._r_ and connections not guar_ntr-e>l. Gen'i Sup P, . TAYLOR. _ __._Traf. Mgr. Washington, Alexandria __ Mt. Vernon Railway. -BATH AL__ASU;:iA| For Washington, from corner Prince and Royal streets, week days, at 545, o 10, ra 20 635, 6 45, 700, 710, 7. 8 15, 8 20,8 30, 8 50, .10, 0 30, 9 50, 1010,10 30,10 50,1110,112'., 1110, 1150a m., 12 10, 12 25, 12 30, 12 50, 1 10, 1 25, 1 30, 1 60, 2 10, 2 25, 2 30, 2 50,3 10, 3 25, 3 40, 1 00, 4 20, 4 30, 4 35, 4 50, 6 I'-. 5 45, 6 00, 6 15, 6 30, ti 50, 7 10, 7 30, 8 00, 8 30, 9 00,930, 10 00, 10 30, ll 10 an-! ll Vp. tn, Sundays?7 00,7 35,810,8 20,8 40, 900,9 20, 9 40, lt 0 , lo 30, ii 40. ll 00. ll 30 ami ll 40 a. m., . 2 00, 12 20, 12 40, 11 0 1 20, 1 40, 2 00, 2 20, 2 40, 3 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 Ot, 4 30, 4 40,6 00, 5-0,540,6 00, 6 20,6 40, 7 l> 720, 740, 8 O', 830,-9 00, 930, lOtn. 101 aad 1110 p.m. fob Mourn- vnEHoa. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week days, 5 45, 652, 6 S3, lo 25, 1126 a. m.. 13 Zo 125, 226, 332, 436, 5 35, 7 05 and 846 p. m. vnnday??700. 8 30. 930, 10 30, ll 30 a, m., 12 30, 1 30. 3 SO, SO, 4 .10, 586, 6 Au, 7 30 8 46 anil 1 1 6 p. in, M'HKl.'l J.K FOR All XANIIMA CITY OkU, Mirri ll I.OI ND. Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, I!,:' 10 25, ll 00, ll 35 a. m.; 12 SO, 1 06. 1 86, 2 06, 2 46, S SO, 4 - 5, '?'?'>, :, 0 , '> -.5, 8 SO, 7 05, 7 45, 8 25, ra 00, <i iu p. m. ru hoi .nu. Leave "Spring Park 8 06, 8 30, 8 86, 10 10, 10 46, ll 20 a. ni ; I 1 20, 1 50 2 30. 3 15, 3 .r0, 4 20, 4 50, 6 30, 26, H lu, 8 46, '? 26, 10 no p. m. -TfcAME ti. Washington and Po.on.ac STEAMBOAT CO. Cameron Street Wharf. Steamer Harry Baadall?Mood neeiia-i-atti p. ni. fi r lower Poton ic land? ings?Dills to Lower Mk ch ul or- Creek, >?t unlay, 9 a* m., (or landings batwei B Glymont and Nomini. Steamer Wakefield? Sunday, Tn'tlay anil Thursday at 9n. m. for uppa-r PottNoae landa imp?to Colonial Beach ami Ifattol ("reek. Steamer Estelle Randall?Daily, h. io h. rn, for Glymont ami intermediate point*. Sun* day, Tuesday and Thursley to Guudersin addition, iMurn trip same day, Schedule sulrjert to tide and weather and C change without uotir-e. WM. F. CAKNK, JK., Gen.Passenger Ap nt, REaKDON * GRIME-!, General Freight amt Vmuteugtr Agents" may 12 3m_Alexamiria. HA-YLAND. DELAWARE AND VIR. OINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. I*he Steamers of This Line Will Leave Alex. andria EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, at 4:30 o'clock p. m. 'OB BALTIMORE AND ALL IM U8DAL RIVER LANDINGS, Cuisine and appointments unexcelled. Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and Hew York solicited and nan.Heal witn care, Through rates and bills of Liding issued. Single fare to Baltimore, J2.50; round trio, $3.50. -t.tflrooms,one way, t'.-rO. Meals. tOo, REABDON A GUI _E.*J, Agents, Foot of Cameron attract._ MORro._rTND WA-fiir-ioroji STEAMBOAT CO. Alexandria-Washing? ton Ferry. Fare FIVE CENTS each way Commencing May lit Stkambb "Lac-kawai-xa." Leave Alexandria at 6.45, 8.15, 9.46 and 11.15 a. m., 12.46, 2.1.5,3.45.5.01and 6.36 p. ra, Leave Washington at 6.0C, 7.30, 9.00 and 10.30 a. mr, 12-00 r?oon, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30 and 6.6) p. m. Steamer stops at Giesooro every trip except 9-ndays. W. H. Ca__,hah, Gen. Pass. Agt, JohkCam- P. andOVM. FINANCIAL. ESTAULJSHKD If BURKE & HERBERT, Bankers. Modernly equipped for banking <n i*_ va rious branches. Da posits received subject to check a: Collections made on all points. High-grade investment securities Loo*: t uid sold. Letters of Credit tad Foreign E_.y_?i,e furnished. Bare Deposit Boxes for rent. A Savings Department in which in tere* fa allowed on depoits. -BAB. E. HOOF 9, I I <. A i : ____ID_W_. J ] can. a. wa_xIe_d, __? First National Ba A_-X_*a____, Va, 3e_l_n_ate>d Depository e_ tie United, t.tatee. IAPTTAL ? ? t urpluh and undivid:;_> PROFrra .... <.? Directors: _L_8. R. HOOFF, J. P. ! LL. BOOTHE, M. 3.HAi. B. BAER. JR. Prompt attention given to all basin"-, in lading oolleotiou __rc___<a_* the Uailed tates aad Europe.