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Remarkable Story
The story of Mrs. Matilda Warwick, of Kokomo,
Ind., as told below, proves the curative properties of
that well-known female remedy, Wine of .Cardin,
Mrs. Warwick says:
TAKE
CARDUI
It WIU Help You
"I suffered from pains in my head, shoulders,
limbs, side, stomach low down, dizziness, chills, ner?
vousness, fainting spells and other female troubles.
I was almost dead. Three doctors did not help rae.
At Jast, I took Cardui, and witli the first bottle ob?
tained relict*. Now I am cured. But for Cardui,
I would have been dead." Try Cardui.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
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!Alexandria National Bank.!
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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 Board of Directorslof the Alexandria National Bank *
Judge C. E. Nicol, President. aV. B. Smoot, Vice Presideut.
John A. Msrahall, Vice President, S. Russell Smith, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Cashier. C. C. Carlin.
W. A. Smoot, Jr. A. H. Rector.
Vf. A. Smoot. P. F. Gorman.
?, L. Cockrell. Edward G. Portner.
Invite your accounts, whether large or'small,
both in the Commercial and Savings Department,
with the assurance of careful attention.
J Customers in our Savings Department are requested to
bring in their books and have interest due October Isl en?
tered. We want your account whether it is large or small ?
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:
Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation
ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA.
Authorized Capital Paid in Capital
$1,000,000.00 $300,000.00
DIRECTQRS.i
C J. Rixey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C. C. Leadbeater
Henry K. Field, Henry Baader, George S. French, J. K. M. Norton3
We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel?
ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and
Trust Business Transacted, interest paid on Savings Accounts.
We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ?
uals, and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking
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, Druggist
8aooessor to WARFIELD A HALL
PHONE 144 SOLE AGENT.
NW ^-ar VaUUx ??"< Par'no* Wtr?t*
Dr.VINBBERa
The Eye and Ear Specialist.
Consult Da. VINEBBRG,
of VINEBERG OPTICAL CO.,
908 14th street, northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
.akers of the Best Eye Glasses.
jur prices are as low as is consistent
with good workmanship?but never
touch the point where qualitv ceases.
OP-NINO AND CLOSING OP MAILS
Northern i?lilt, week days, close at 7 ld a.
ra. snd 1130 a. m., and 200, 2 30,
15 snd 10 15 p. m. Open at .00 a. m.,
i 00 m, and 5 00 p. m. On itandaysNorthern
.ails close at 7 10 a. m., 2 30, and 7 30
p. m.
Southern mails via Charlottesville close st
7.10 aad 10 30 a. m., and 3 20. 4 30 and 1015
p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and 6 00 p. m.
rioutheru mails, via Richmond, close M
"J 46 and 10 30 a. m., and 3 20, 7 15 and 10 30
p. m. Open at 8 a. ru.., 12 rn and 4 p. m.
???-.aaa* Division mails close at 7 10 a. m.
and 3 30 p. m. Open at 12 30 and 9 30 p. m.
Alexandria and IIonad Hill -?ails close ai
7 SO a. m., and 3 20 p. ra. Open at 9 Ot ??. va.
?sd 7 0) p. m.
C?tstpe?te and Ohio cutils cloae at 8 20 p.
ts. ?id 1015 p. m. Open at 600 a.m. and
600 p. m.
Washington u-ls close at 7 10, a. m. 8 45
?rad ll 30 a. ?., and 2 00, 2 30,
8 15 aud 10 15 p. m. Open a*. 8 00 a. m.,
1200 m. aw* 5 00 p. m. and 130 p. m.
O-ce Hoar*?Open at 8 00 a. m. Clo.se ai
6 00 p. m.
ganday Hoars?Open st 9 OD s, m. Clow
rst 1000 a.m.
Cavilers' Sched ale? Collection made on in?
side routes. ft15 and 1000 a. m. and 3 00 and
$ 80 p. m. Ft ll route??:< IS a. m. and 6 80 p.
?t. Sunday ollsction 4 45 p. m. Carriers'
v-indow open Stuid*.y 900 a. m. and doss
1000 a. m.
Delivories made 8 00 a. m. 1 20 p. m. and
BOO - m..
All ??ll ano?id be In the office ten minntet
i oar ' nd ira turi tim* 'or i-loaim*.
Tb* Beatt ol Kverythlnic
aa . a ..... ? . ? ..?,. .... . a. .
Lowney aud lenways' Choco?
lates 35c to $41
Parker's Fountain Pens
$1 to $7.50
Safety Razors . $1 to $5
Perfume in Fancy Boxes
-Sc to mi
TAYL0R'S7lURMACY
616 KING STREET.
COMING TO THE
POINT
We would strongly urge that
you try a meal at our restaurant.
We serve you all the delicacies of
the season-oysters in every
style, chickens, chops, steaks,
roasts and entrees cooked to the
queen's taste and served in a
manner to whet the appetite of
the epicure.
Fleischman n' s.
RO ARD B. WAHLES
MANUFACTURER OF
FERTILIZERS
Office and Stores: 115-117 N "Royal St.
Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri?
cultural Implements, Vehicles,
Harness, Field and Garden Seeds.
WAREHOUSES. SOrTH INION STREET, OW
LINE OF SOCTHERN RAILWAY.
Also Grain, Hay. Straw and
All Kinds of Mill Feed
Will al * sys keep iu store the highest grades
of rheas article*. TiovSSm
taral iitsuraoee Agency
LAURENCE STABLER,
tioom No. 4, Burke tt Herbert Bldg
Tne cc?panie* represented in this offiot
aave assets ot* over $100,000,000, A-ons
Mhera are :
Hartford Fire Insurance Ce.
Liverpool A London A Globe.
/4Etna Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co.
Springfield Fire A Marine.
Prom pt Attention given to adj?)tm eui ot
losses aad all mattera connected with intor
oat! Itt
NEW EtfGL-H V*. .NUT8, very fin
quality, just receives.
J. c. UJT.Rmtv.
Th- tirbt minute sfier a In ttfartt lt ttir
meat critical time, ani the "Columbi*'1 Y.x
tinguii-her being always ready for nie, makes
you inaster of the situation. E. S. LEAD
Ti KAT FR A SONS-.
Mt. V.rnon Violet Borated Talcum Pow
4er, a 25c powder for 10c.
I .RATiKFtTFTi * ?<>v?*
NEW HOMINY GRITS jtiat received by
J, C. Mil bl*_N.
Mwhtxbria <&azrtte.
SATORDAY EVENING, JAN. 1
ALLEOED SWINDLERS
A erbenie that is alleged to be an ir.i
0.er_ent on tbe sick eugioea r (/au e,
itt dealt in whisky, ios ead of min og
ock, sr.d is said ti have defraudei a
Mt M liquor dealers io sll pirts of tbs
>o.>ry ot t of thousands of dollars, waa
Dcovered io Nett York yesterday when
AY-;.i.ifnt officials ra'ded the V;t!ley
let; Distilling Company st 1 Union
q'in?.
Mot t Hirsch, tbe president; L*opoid
^eias, s^cr^ ary, aid lules Kr_<n<r,
?stager ol tbe local office, were li eked
p charged with opera in. a schem0 io
el'aid Qtbrcugh tbe mails sod grsDd
rem . Tbe fraud larcen? charge wat
made ty the Kohn Lquor Company, of
)i*der, Utah, which claims to hsve
peit $1,500 for Vsllsy Daw whiskey
ind gd nc thing
Tbe concern claims to bsve not been
ible to find any distillery bearing ihtt
lame.
lt is alleged tbst in some cases the
rthol'ialer would piat up s cer a n
inoourl of csth, scd lu others g ve note'
for tbe whisky. In re urn be got sap
posed warehouse receipts for tbe money,
or notes, wb?reby it sppesred tbst h'I
the di aler bsd to do wss to pieieot the
rec ip sst tbe warehouse sod get tbe
whisky.
It is tlainud tbst Hirsch and Weiss
hsd been working tbis rcheme since 190G
snd rr ade 1100,000 a year out of ir,
chiefly becsuse they dealt with liquor
dealer's in distant citiaa, wbo dd rot
weat fae expense of visiting New York
to prosecute them.
IMPRISONED EiGHTEEN DAYS.
Two girls, one aged twenty snd tbe
other nineteen, sod their brother, aged
thirteen, were rescued yesterday from s
pile of ruins nea- ihe Oburch of the
Apostles, M< stine, where they bad been
entombed for tigbteen days. Their con?
dition is pitisble. Bjme soldiers near
ibe plsce heard faint aries from beneitb
the pile of debris and they immediately
began to excavate. Tbeir work was ex?
tremely difficult, bnt tbey persis ed snd
were Boa ly rewarded by finding tbe
three sill alive.
Tne three sre named Minite)*!*. Their
mother nnd a little sliter were killnl.
Tbe fa her is in Anaerics. Fi r.ui a'ely
tbey were witbia r sch of s supply of
onions, oil, wine snd water sufficient to
keep them alive.
The survivors were in part of s srxall
room, wbicb astonishingly escaped pul?
verization. Tbeir own ? tl r s led lo
tbeir rescue. Tbe bov, Francesco, was
pa'ticniarly active. Th yexesvat'd tie
ruins with their hands unt I (hey were
near enough tbe surface t>make their
cries heard.
NEW SIGNAL TESTED.
Theofficials of the city of Rochester,
N. Y., and representatives, of its railway
corni aiy a day or two sgo attended the
lest of tbe Pe tey signal wbicb bas beeu
placed at Platt atreet to warn trolley car
mo'ormen thu a fir. alarm bas been
s runded and thst the fire companies sre
li tee ly t) p.ss across ti ate street at thst
point. The test wis satisfactory and tbe
ma-hine will be kept at Platt street in
definitely, or until the ? flic ia I-j of tbe
railway company cfficially aiopt the sig
Dil and o'der more to be placed a*, other
tl;ngtri.ua crossiugs.
Amor g tbote who ssw tbe signsl put
through tbe tf st were General Manager
K. J, Cock, general superintendent ot
transportation, W. R Vf. Griffin- super?
intendent of transportation, William C.
C.laghac; superintendent of tbe (astern
div.sion, li O. Amesbury; superintend?
ent of the tres'em division, Fred A.
Livernasb, sll of ibe R chester Railwsy
Cmirny, fire chieL.Little snd com?
missioner of public safety Cba-les S
Owen.
COOK USED GUN.
B cause be complsined thst the
biscuits wete heavy, Emily May ns rd, s
pretty French servant girl, opened fire
on her employer, Frank Dacasse, while
he tat at breakfast io St. George, S at-n
Island, yeat-rlny S ,e fired two star ts.
Neither struck Ducsssp, who promptly
ducked under the table*, but one of them
pierced a biscuit and one went through
tte sirup p tcber. Ducssse, wbo hired
the girl a few month* ajn, beaded lo a'l
bia friends that he had the be.t ook on
Sta mo Island**, liJt jest r.'ay be scolded
ber, aod tbe rights of ibe long-sull-ring
servant girl cs ne mtgtlj being vin lift?
ed at ber hands. "J am sorry I did not
kill him," stid tb? gir "He insulted
me." In tbe New Brighton Police
Court Emily waa so vioient that M sis
irate Hanny sent her to the county
a"ms-biuse.
THE GAZETTE.
With its i.sue of January 1-t eur es?
teemed contemporary, Tbe Al.xmdria
GsMttt, entering upon its 110,b volume,
Bering the Virginia G z>tte, at Wil?
liamsburg, The Q gsttl h, we believe,
the oldet new?aa-jtr in the south.
Inseparably connected wiib tbe his ory
nf our t-oiintry since the cloae of tbe
Revolutionary star, it baa wi'.Lessed
msny iryiog scenes, yet it lat n. v. r
f Tiered, nor baa it ever beer fiond
wavering in i s opinions for right and
jns'ice. Ta the country editor* ol tois
?s-ctioo ofthe s'.ste it it valund rn re
highly perl apr than any otbi r exchanger
bectose of its complete, concise aod ac?
curate news service. Lorg msy it Ire
tnd prosper.?[L ttdoun EaterprUe.
On Decfmbcr 31st, 1908, the Alexio
.ra Gizsite compltt'd the one hundred
snd ninth ff ar of its existence sod is
without doubt ths old'st paper pub?
lished in thia 3.ste, bnt. it cer a-nly does
d t show any cf tbe wsakntss or imbe?
cility which are generally t _e accompani?
ments ot extreme eil age, bot is as virile
ts though it had just arrived at the full
rigor of young maobood. Tossy thst '
be Gazette hts become to be retarded
ts one of the institutions of Virgin'*, ia
)nly to tell what everybody slretdy
(nows. Vfe witb it many more pr aper
)ua years. ?[Harrisonburg Times.
Stomach Trouble Cured.
If yon hsve soy trouble with y ur
f jtrach you ahjuld take Chsmberlain's
?"?'omach snd Liver Tablets. Mr. J. P.
Kioto, of Edina, Mo., says: "J have
ised s great many different medicines
for stomach trouble, bot Had Chamber
sin's Stomach and Liver Tablete more
jenefida) than aoy other remedy I ever
used." For asle bv W. F. Creighton A
[Ja, and Richard Gibson.
INDIGESTION?
S. H. Berman
Ladies', Men's and Children's
Outfitter
">rrus to Suit Open Evenings
JAMES S. JONES
Manager Alexandria
Room 1, Alexandria Nat'l Bank
Building, King and Royal Sta.
HAVINO Qualified aa administrator of th*
estate ofthe late HENRY SMOOT, all
persona indebted to aaid estate are reajuested
to make prompt tettlement, and all persqiua
to whom atid e-t ile is indebted sre requested
to present their SOOaoats rroperly certified
for p_y_ent. WILLIAM B. SMOOT,
ian* I fit Alexandria, Va.
Kxtra quality Formosa, black TEA; also
extra values in ?0 and oOc G. P. Teas.
f. 1 MIT.RlTRN
Quality Established Our Reputation
Rammel Bros.
Caterers.
DISTRIBUTORS
Speer's Medicinal
Wines and Brandies
Both Telephones._ _
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
CHAS. R. nOOFP, Presl.eat. O. E. WARFIELD. Caahler.
GARDNER L. BOOTHE, Vice t>res. J.J. OREEN, Asst. Cub.
Capital $100,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Undivided Profits, $25,000.
Resources.
Loans and Investments . . . $820,456 67
Ut 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 Gent Redemption Fund . . 5,000 00
_ $1,198,269.77
Liabilities.
? Capital. $100,000.00
j Surplus and Net Profits , . 188,660 09
Circulation. 100,000 00
i Deposits. 757,063 04
\ U. S. Deposits i- . . . . 51,610 62
| Other Liabilities , . J . 936 02
$1,198,269.77
This bank since its organization, with a ?pital of $100,000, which has remained
J the same, hia paid ti its stockholders in dividends $409,500, aud aecumuluted an uu
j divided profit of $186,000. Its stock ia held by shareholders, widely distribnted. Its
i directors are among the well known and substantial business men ofthiscity. It's
j satiafactory service in all departments has made for it many friends. The patronage
of the pnblic is solicited.
BIG IMPOKTS OF POTATOES.
Thousands of bushels of Gama.
Irish, Scotch sod English potatoi
>re teing landed ia coosequenc
of a abort crop in tho Uoited Stater
particularly ia Pennsylvania. Foo
atetmere engaged in the trsnsatlanti
trade, tbe Menominee, from Antwerp
tit* Mackinaw, from Liverpool; th
Lobelia, from Leith, sod tbs Vitalia
are due there this week witb 100,00
seeks consigned to Poiladelphis produc
dealers.
Tue Allan li.tr Numidiao, from Gist
gow yesterday, finished diacbsrgiog a
Willow atreet aa barf 30,000 bushels o
S.otth potatoes, wbicb bad been aol
some time prior to ber arrival io pori
Each aack coo'aloa 168 pouodi, sod tb
r my is 26 cetits per bushel of 60 pouodi
' Toe fie ghi i.mouu'8 to sbout 20 cent
8 sack from Hamburg, lets then it wooli
coat to briog tbe potatota from Net
York t> Fhil-dtlph
The sboit crop io thia country waa do
ti tbe protracted drought of last yesr
Tbe output in Maine wat tiuusuall;
I .rge, but tbe crop Was s**!'i csrly owiot
to the da-man 1 from sll parts of th
Uoited f?t?tee. ? [Pbi'adelpb-:-* Record
TOO KINGLY.
Meoator Knox's b.ll to cres'., tt
office of "Uoder Secretary of State" s
a Iftlttf of f 10,000 a yesr, which th
colleagues of tbe futute secretary o
state were kiodly rushing through fo
him, etrack s snag yesterday, aid not
there is oe telliog whether lt will ge
through, tbs words "Uuder Secri'ary o
State" will pnbably be changed t<
something else.
Sensor Olay, of Gjorg'a, objected tc
the appr ipr a ion wheo tbe goveromeo
salary h lpp.'y bill wss up. He dido'
like tbe touod of tbe words, "Uodc
Secretary of State " Tbst is the kiod o
i a-DP thal is given tfficials io'be Brit
isb, German Mid other monarchical gov
ernmtots, aud it siv-red tio mach o
royally aod tbst s rt of tb'tig to sui: ?
democrat. The provisioo weat ovei
upon his orj-ctioo.
AQBIC17LTUBAL.
John P. Robinson, Geo. B. Frknch,
President. Secretsry.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
Chemical Company.
MANrFACTTBKBfl OF
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma?
terials & Sulphuric Acid.
Ask your dealer for thc Alexandria Fer?
tilizer A Chemical Co.'s Products.
Capacity: 60,000 tons per annum.
Princess Street and Potomac Elver Wharf,
Alexandria.Virginia.
W. G. Ha rv ky, jr., j D. C. RICHARDSON,
Pres't A Trsas. Secretary.
-TUB
Bryant Fertilizer company
Maa Mn ot*
FERTILIZERS, FERTILIZING MATE.
RIAL- P _ RE BAW BONf AJETD
FTNI GROUND MOVA-OOfi-, .
LAND PLAirT-B,
Office^: Burke and Herbert'a,l)snk|buiiding,
rsatory sud Wharf: Foot of Dog* tami,
Alex-ndris, Vs
Ji ELINGA
TBE annual meeting of ihe stockholders o
COLOMBIA GRANITE A DREDUINC
CORPORATION will be held at the office o
i said corporation, No. 128 south Fairfa:
1. street, Alexandria, Virginia, on Thursday
I January 21,1909, st 12 ..'clock noon, for thi
_' election of directors snd for the transacts n o
' j such other business as may properly corni
: Wore ssid meeting.
G. A. BONNET, Secretary.
I jan2 law-3w-s_
STOCKHOLDERS' MEEITNG.-Notioe i
herevv given that the annual matting o
the stockholders of the W. T. WA LEE I
> i BRICK CO will b? held st ll o'clock ?. ri?
on WEDNESDAY, .latinary 2 th, im ir
! the princlpsl office, of the company, Arling
j ton, Va., for the purpose of electing a preai
I dent and directors and tree s action of othei
i buiinsss. By order of the president.
CH ?.8. J. WALKEB, Secretary.
' jan6,13,18_
TH K annual mteting of the stockholders o
the DISTRICT OF COLUMBI*. PAPEE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY will t.
held on MONDAY, January Hth. 1909. at!
p m., at tbe r?cc of thc company, nanibei
111 bouth Fairfax strm", Alexandria, Vs.
for the election of offlcers and directors anti
? any other busineat that may be properly pre
tented at the meeting.
JOHN B. THOMAS,
Secretary Jc Treasurer.
I jsnfl td_ _
THE annual meeting o' THE MF.RCAN
TILE RAILWAY BUILDING ANt
LOAN AJ*rt(>riAT10N, Ot* Alexandria, Va.
, will bs held Jannary 21, 1909, at 10 a. m., at
their cfHce.oomer Prince and Fairfax atrtets
LEWIS HOOFF, Secretary.
. jan6 td_
OT1CF. ? The anunal nieetin i (rf Itu
stockholders ofthe ATLANTIC P.r'LI).
UNG COMPANY will bc he d st the office ol
the company, 123 south Royal street, Alex?
andria, Va , on THURSDAY. January 21tt.
1909, s*. ll o'c'ci?*7, a.m., for the curpise ol
I electing officers and directois for the nuning
j year and for the consideration of inch other
I buaitess as may properly come before the
mtetiug.
MYRON M. PARKER,Presdent.
LO^JS BEYER jr., Secretary.
jan5 lswSw-tu_
N<
THE stockholders of tbe WASHINGTON
NATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIA1ION, of vVashineHo, D. C., are
hereby net tia? I tlf'it the annual meeting of
the'stock holders of the raid fttrwf is'.ion will
be held at the principal office of the astceia
tiop, in | he city of Alexandria. Va., at eleven
o'clock a. m . WEDNESDAY, January 30,
1909. J. 2. 8 TODD ABD, Secretary.
dec?l wot-m
TH "?** annual treeting of the st'.ckholdera of
theDULIN A MARTIN, CO.will be
held al tbe office of ssid compiay, No. 128.
south Fairfax surest, Alexandria, Vs., on
TPE-DAY. January 19th, 19.9, at 2:30
o'clock, p m? t'lrtle elctioo of director*
and fir such < tb**rnusineas as may legally
come before ssid meet'ng.
jana* W T. C. DULI N, Fecretary.
TUE annual meeting of tne Hockholers ot
the MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCiETY of
Washington. D. C., will be held at the office
of tbe company, 1(7 north Fairfax street,
Alexandria Va., on January 22, 1909, at 3
o'clock p. m.
J. L. DWYEB, Secretary.
jtt.7 td_
ANNUAL mea-Use Of the stock holders of
the 8AVINO'S MUTUAL BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION will le held st
119 sooth Fsirfsx stree', on Tl ESDAY,
January 19, 1909 st 2:30j?. m.
M. B. HARLOW. Preaident.
E. J. PLEMING. Secretary,
jran3 td
THE annual meeting o' the CHEE-tEM AN
CHEMICAL O, Inc. Of Virginia, will
hs held on Tuesday. Febroary 2nd, 190-), at
12 o'clock noon, at toe office of Jss. R. Caton,
111 tooth Fairfax street, Alexandria, Va.,
tor the election of directors and for tbe trans?
action of roch other buMoeas as may legally
eome before aaid meeting
CHARLE?} D. SANDERSON, Presia-ent.
_iml3td
NEW RAISINS. CURRANTS and A PRU
COTS inst received by
J. C. MILBURN.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
START
THE
New Year
Ky filing your le'ter. iu so "Excel-;
sior Box File," the strongest box
file ever made tor the price we offer
them. Made exclusively for ut.
Order s single ooe, dozen or
gross. We hsve them.
S. F. DYSON & BRO
508 KING^ST.
Bell Telephone 278.
FINANCIAL^ ___
ESTABLISHED 1*452.
BURKE & HERBERT
Bankers.
Modernly equipped for banking in Its TS
riona branches.
1 Deposits received subject to cheek st sight
Collections made on all points.
High-grade investment securities bought
and sold.
Letters of Credit arv* Foreign Exchange
?tarnished.
gare Deposit Boxes for rent.
A Savings Department in which interest ii
allowed on deposits-_
0HA8. B. HOOF*, I J GARDNER L. BOOTHE,
pbhsidbwt. 1 I Vice Preaident.
OKO, B. WARFIELD, CASH I KB.
First National Bank,
AXKXANDBIA, VA,
Dt3asl^iiaia3d Depository ot tbe
Uniterl State*.
CAPITAL ? . flOO.OCC
3URPLU8 AND UNDIVIDED
PROFrrS .... 66,001
Directors;
CHAS. R. HOOFF, J. F. MUIR,
G. L, BOOTHE, M. B. HARLOH
B. BAER. JR.
Prompt attention given to sll bntiness, in?
cluding collections throughout ths U?alee*
""Hates and FtrOve
QROOERIEtt. _
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
OrNKBAL COMMISSION MERCHANT*
And Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIUUOR8,
Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXX
and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Moue
.ram Whiskies; also Baker'sand Thompson'i
Pore Rye Whiskies, to which they invite ths
attention of the trade.
Orders from the country for merck andist
shall receive prompt attention.
Consignments of Flour, Grain and Country
Produce solicited, for which they guarantes
ka nighest market prices and jprompt returns
N. E corner Cameron and Royal Streets.
JOHN AHERN & COT"
aVBOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER*.
And Dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Country Produce received daily, Onr stock
of Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces every?
thing to be had in this line.
We hold largely in United States bonded
warehouse and carry in stock various brandi
cf the best
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Have also in store superior grades e;
Foreign and American
WINES. ALES, BROWN STOUT, Ao.
4?^Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Price ano
Qmvlity.ltaa,
Corner Prince acd Commerce Street*.
QUALITY TELLS.
J. C. MILBURN,
113 North Royal Street : Alexandria,' Va,
Dealer in
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES.
Proprietor of the
POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR,
which is unexcelled.
jmrCotieet Freshly Roasted, "t-l
Home 'Phone 181 Bell Thous 293
_I^Ai^NOTiqE8
"ta/I-'GINIA.?Tn the Clerk's office of the
? Corporation Court of the city of Alexan?
dria, on the 9th day of January, 1909,
Nellie Pindar I
va > In chancery.
Mervin Pindar I
Memo. Tbe object of thia suit it to obtain a
divorce a vinculo matrimonii from the defend?
ant, with the right to return, her maiden
name of Nellie Deyo, and for general relief.
lt appearing by an affidavit tiled in thia
caute that the defendant, Mervin Pindar,
is a non-resident of this State: It is Or?
dered, That aaid defendant appear here with?
in lift een dajs after-lue publication of thi*.
order, and do wlmt is tecessary to protect
hit interests in this suit, and that a ci py o'
thi- order be forthwith inserted in the Alexsn
dria Gazette, a newspaper publiahed in the
eity of Alexandria, once a week for 'our -mic
eeasive vee ka, and posted at the front door of
the Coi.rt House of this city.
A cr uy -Ti
N/'.VELL 8. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
Ccatl *s Bandheim, p. g. jaui. ?4w-tn
HERWOOD
WHISKEY
kQbotIleI
^^?^$2.75 Per Bal.
our Mortem Impro?"1 Whlak _? ls
Jar better and more mellon
than ana- at doubl* (la a_> _| __/_
price per jj?lon ot.9?..OO
OLD OrttMLT, $2.75 Per Bal
' Our Budia Gin lt ahaolrrtely pn??
made of tbe flnwat ann and Burba
- Imts*-?gbly reco?m?ou*d for every
one. *
' * ^"J-1 pri<aas an all llqiiora. 8enS
-fi-, -a^a-__^5._s5sr,? i'*od#
THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.
Leading Wholesalers,
616-618 F Street N. W. m*
q WASHINGTON, 0. C.
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E. o. LEADBEATER k SONS,
OLAB-Hcn a UtADBBATKR. President.
IDWABDS. IJUDBBATBB, Vice President
JOH* LBADBBATBB. Sec. and Trea-trer.
ESTABLISH KD 1T9_,
|(lBCX5Bi>OBAT_D,)
I
Manufacturing Pharaacirt* and Dealers il
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Dyest-am., Spicer,
Druggists' Fancy Goods and Bpeci-lties. In ?
porters of Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Per
nusery, Olive Oil, atc.
Agents for John Laces A Co.'s. Tinted
Glow Paints. Masury's Liquid Colors and
Oevoe't Lead and Zinc Paints.
Goods shipped the dsy order is race, ted,
("""TWtationr-1 rarnithed by return mall. Ger*
i-M-rarmdfttifl* anlMtarf,
Best _7?ED-NtJT'i 15<*. GsUOD MIXED
NUTS 12,c, at J. C. MILBURN'ti.
B-OL-ttOADBj_
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
rraint leave Union Station Alexsndrit
In Eflect January 17th, 1909,
N. B? I'a>l lowing schedule figures pobllthsO
inly ts iiiformatlon, and are not gt?.rar-tead
7:47 V sf -Daily Local between Waahing
r)l! ililrl DM* Ct.
S.-07 A. M.?*>aily?Local for Harrison
mvg, andway stations,
S.;>.' A. M.-Daily-U. S. Fast Mall. Stops
mily for passengers for poinis south at which
scheduled to slop. Fir. cl?ti coaches, sleep'
era to Birmingham and drawing-room sleep
ara fa New Orleans. Dining ear service.
4:27 P. M. Daily?Washington and Florida
limited. Sleeping cars between New York, Aa
gusta Aiken inc Jacksonville. Through
?niU-latt co chet between Washington and
.lackoiivlHe. Dining car service. Tourist ta
Gallrom tn-w. skly.
4:32 P. M.-Week Days?Loo U tor Har
risonhnrg and way stations oa Matisses
brunrb.
6:12 P. M.?Dally?Local for Warrenton
and Charlottesville.
10:27 P. M.?Daily?Washington and Cha*
tanooga Limited (via Lynchburg;. Flrat
class coach and sleeping ears to Roanoke
Knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis. Bleep
sr to Birmingham and New Orleans. Wash
inirton to Roanoke. Dining oar servioe,
11:02 P. M.?Daily?New York and New
Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, clnb
and observation cars to New Orleans. Sleep
i ers to Asheville, Atlanta,*? New Orleans.
Sleeper to Charlotte. Dining ear service.
I Through trains from the South arri va ??' *
eiandria6:13 and 6:.W A. M. a*J-J12:21 P. M.
8:13, and 10:i3 P. M. dally, nnrrisonburg
12-08 P. M. week days and 9:13 P. M. daily.
Ff rn Charlottesville 7:53 A. M.
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCB.
Utte Alexandria (W. AO. Station .:2a A
M. snd 3.56 P. M. week days, and 4 69 P.
M. daily f r Blcemont; 6:36 P. M. week
daya for I.eetburg; 9:22 A. M. cn Sundays
only for Blumont.
For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pull
sum reservation, etc., apply to
WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Ticks
Agent, Alexandria, Va.
C. H. ACKERT, Vice Pres. and Gan. Mgr
S. H. T-"WICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr.
W. h. j E. Gen. Passenger Agent.
L. S. B-a,., J, General Agent.
_Washington, D. C.
Washington, Alexandria &
Mt Vernon Railway.
LB-VB AI???JfPBIAa
For Washington, from corner Prince and
Royal street*, week days, at 545, 6 10, SM
636, 646, 700. 710, 730,736, 760,800,
8 15, 8 20, 830, 8 60, 9 10, 9 30, 9 60,
1010,10 30,10 50,1110,1126, 1130, 1150a'
m., 12 10, 12 25, 12 30. 12 50, i 10, 1 26, 1 30,'
1 60, 2 10, 2 25, 2 30, 2 50,3 10, 3 25, 3 40,4 00.
4 20, 4 30, 4 35, 4 60, 5 10, 6 20, 6 36, 6 46,
600, 6 15, 630, 6 50, 710,7 30, 8 00, 8 30,
9 00,9 30,10 00, 1030, 1110 and U50p.m,
Sundays?7 00,7 35,810,8 20,8 40, 9 bi), 9 20,
9 40, 10 0 , 10 20, 10 40, 1100,1120 and 1140
a. m., 1200,1220, 1240, U0 120,140,2 00
2 20,2 40,3 00,320, 340,400,4-20,440,6 00
5 20, 540, 6 00, 620, 640,7 00 720,740,8 00
830, 900, 930, 1000, 10tf and 1110 p.m.
BOB MOU1TT VBBIfOB,
Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week
days, 6 46, 652, 832. 1026, ll 26 a. m.. 12 25**
126, 226, 832, 436, 536, 706 and 8
p. m.
Sundays?700, 8 30, 930, 10 30 'll 50 a. m.,
12 30. 1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 480, 530, 630, 730
8 46 and in 16 p. m.
SCHEDULE FOB AI.BXANDBIA CITY CAB.
NORTHBOUND.
Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 60,
10 26, ll 00, ll 36 a. m.; 12 30, 1 05. 1 86,
2 05, 2 45, 8 30, 4 (6, 4 36, 6 05, 5 45, 8 30,
7 06, 7 46, 8 25, 9 00, 9 40 p. m.
SOUTHBOUND,
Leave Spring Park 8 06, 8 30, 8 66, 9 35,
10 10, 10 46, ll 20 a, ni ; 12 15, 12 60,
1 20, 1 50 2 30, 3 15, 3 50, 4 20, 4 60, 6 30,
6 05, 6 60, 7 25. 8 10, 8 46, 9 26, 10 00 p. m.
Washington Southern Ry
Schedule in eflect Jan. 4th, 1909.
Trains leave Union Station for Washington
and points north at 8 02, 8 23 and 8 33 a. m.,
U ? 1, 230, 807, 8 18, and ll 38 p. m., week
days.
Sundays?3 23 and 8 33 a. m., 12 Ol, 8 07,
8 18aur 1133 p. m.
For Fredericksburg, Richmond and points
south at 4 22, 4 37, 9 22 and ll 32 a. m., 4.-0?,
5 17 (local), and 7 52 p. m., week days,
Sundays?4 37, 7 18, and 9 22 a. m. 4 03,
517 (local), and 752 p. m.
Accommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 S3
a. m. wee? days.
Notb :?Time of arrivals and departures
>tnd connections not guaranteed.
W.P.TAYLOB.
Traf. Mgr.
STEAMERS^
MARYLAND. DfcLAWARE ANO VIE
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
WINTER SCHEDULE.
A Steamer of This Line Will Leave Alexan?
dria on and after December 29,1908,
Every MONDAY at 4:30 p. rn,
-'OB BALTIMORE AND ALL IH1
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS,
Cuisine and appointments unexoellad.
Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and
-sew York solicited and handled with 0?re.
Through rates and bills of lading issued.
Single fare to Baltimore, $2,60, round trip,
$3.60. -"-tasrooms. one way, $1-0. Meals. 60s,
REARDON A GRIMES, Agents,
Foot of Cameron street.
Washington aad Potomac
STEAMBOAT CO.
Cameron Street Wharf.
The winter schedule in eflect January 1,
1904, will be as follows:
The steamer Harry Randall will leave
Alexandria Mondays at 7:30 a. m. for river
lam)iuga aa far down aa Nomini. On Wed?
needa j a titi:30p m.as far down as OH vera..o'a.
On Saturdays at 7:30 a. m. as far down ss
Wirfs.
Schedule subject to tide and weather and
change without notice.
REARDON A GRIMES,
General Freight and Passenger Agents
A lexandria,
dec31 2m Main Office, Washington.
BUILDING MATEMAIA
SMOOT & CO
(SuccaH&or to J, Rector Smoot A Csa)
ma tvmw
rn mm sill.
Manufacturers Ol
ODOR AND WINIX>W FRA MES, MOULD.
INLo, _o.
DEALERS IN LUMBER. dHINGLBS,
LATHS. NAILS, IJME.
CALCINED PLASTER and CEMJOn
No. 25 north Colon 'trees,
A text?dna, Va,
i.ember Delivered free in tha oity.
[ESTARLLSHED 1822.]
ma k. nm k co.
Suoa-torat.
JOSI AH H. D. SMOOT,
Lamber and Mill Work
OF ALL KINDS.
Lime, Cement and Plaster
Of-*-* aad Yard 115 N. Union street.
Factory No. Ul N. Le* street.
-?-Material Delivered FREE in the oltv.
J. & H. AITCHKSON,
PRACTICAL MACHINISTS AND ENfll
neers,
-?Aad Builders of
MARINE AND OTATIONABY ENGINES
Blacksmithing and Steam Fitting. Engi
deers' and Machinist*' Supplies, anal all sort
of mill work and thst connected with brick
work promptly executed. Repairing prompt
i done.
J. A H. ATTCHESON,
ms Wt* ttaom. r A-g-sdria ~?
*|.?g? To Lend on
2 OOO *^ea' k*9tate Security.
2,500 Robt Elliott,
3,000 Rea] Eetate-Loana.
4,000 127 8ooth Beyal St\

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